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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal May 21, 1910

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The only  solution that we could see was to buy nearer the point of production���to cut out  the middleman's profit���and the only way we can do this is to be able to buy in  large quantities, and be our own wholesalers.  By the acquisition of the Hunter-Kendrick business, we will  have a large  volume of business, larger than  any  other firm  in Southern British Columbia.  We will buy direct from the point of production  or  manufacture, and can sell our  goods for less than has been possible by the two stores, and net more profit yearly  -   for ourselves.    Not only in our buying will we save money, but we can conduct the  v two stores under one management - with   a smaller proportion of  expense, and Still  ,-.. ^Ivc you as grood, service as either store Has in the past.  '-. ^^��**^you will be treated jtWas well as if a number of stores  were in  ���opposition to us. -We withatcc^^utMaf^our-patrdn?? td"as~gfcSt an extent as either-  of the two firms have.    We will do everything to give  you satisfaction, for we  realise that only by doing so, and selling you goods  at  lower prices, can we hold  your confidence, and it is only by doing the large volume of business that we can  make the low prices.  We are pleased to.announce that our great buying facilities, will enable us  to make the following reductions effective on May 15th. The goods are now in  transit. Note carefully the two store prices, and our new price, and your percentage of saving. This is only a partial list. Other reductions will be made in the  future.  50 lb. Five Roses Flour      -  501b. Royal Household Flour   -  501b. Robin Hood Flour    -      -  50 lb. Our Best Flour -      -      -  20 lb. Sack Sugar  1001b. Sack Sugar      -  101b. Rolled Oats       -      -  401b. Rolled Oats       -      -      -  5 lb. Pails Lard      -       -       -       -  JO lb. Pails Lard   -      -      -  Canned Beans and Corn     -       -  1001b. Sacks Flour  Bacon     -      -      -   .   -      -       -  Canned Tomatoes      -     ��� -  Hams      -       -     ���.-���     -       -       -  Lemons -      -      -      -  Apples   -      -      -.'--.  Tartan Maple Syrup, per gallon  Potatoes        -      -      -  We will announce new prices on Butter as soon as our arrangements are  completed with the Creameries. The above are the principal reductions, and you  will notice they affect articles of every day use. You will find that your grocery  bill will average an easy 8 per cent, less than heretofore.  Later on we will take over the Dry Goods and Furnishings Business of  Hunter-Kendrick Co., and this, with the addition of our large Hardware Stock)  will make the most complete stock under one roof in the country.  We trust to be favored with a continuation of business from patrons at both  stores.  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They had about  finihhed; two rifles lay on the ground  loaded and cocked, and a companion  by the name of John Williams was in  the act of picking one of the rifles  from the ground when the gun accidentally discharged, the bullet entering Griffith's head over the left eye.  The unfortunate man was hurried to  the general hospital, and Dr. Dickson  summoned, who performed an 'operation iramedately. The patient has  gradually improved, though he is still  in a critical condition with only an  even chance for recovery. Dr. Doland,  a brain specialist of Spokane, who has  had a great deal of experience with  similar cases, was summoned on Wednesday and found that everything possible was being done for the injured  man. :^y  Griffiths was barman in the Granby  mines. He is a native, of Wales and  has a large circle of friends here who  were instrumental in . bringing in the  specialist to see him.; Much sympathy  is felt for Williams, who is feeling  very keenly his connection with the  accident. ���:  Boundary Mining Notes  The Snowshoe mine was shut down  yesterday, the holiday being observed.  A few cars of ore will be shipped  Monday from the Oro Denoro, where  seven men are now employed.  Gerald Gault, a mining engineer of  Denver, has taken a position with the  British Columbia Copper company.  Don't forget that all miners' licenses  run out at the end of the present  month and should be renewed at once.  The Consolidated Mining and Smelting company give notice of its applying  for water license in connection with its  mining property in Central camp  The streams affected are McCarren  creek, Central camp, and Boundary  creek.  The adjourned May meeting of the  Granby directors has been held but no  statement regarding ore resetvea was  made public at its conclusion. Vice-  President and General Manager Graves  has not yet reached New York, but is  expected around.May 35.  The British Columbia Copper company has not yet secured large enough  forces at the smelter and Mother Lode  mine to resume operations, but expect  to be able to start next week. There  are now aoout 60 men employed fat  the smelter and 85 at Mother Lode.  At the mine hew electric motors' arid  consideraole new trackage is being in  MINING INSTITUTE  AT GRAND FORKS  Eighth   General   Meeting   on  Thursday of Next Week  On Thursday of next week, May 26,  the eighth general meeting of the western branch of the Canadian Mining  Institute will be held in Grand   Forks.  Several papers having particular reference to the Boundary district will  he read and discussed. C. E. LeRoy  and L. Reinecke, of the Dominion  geological survey, will be present and  take part in the proceedings. The  former will contribute some notes on  the geology of Phoenix camp, while  the latter will take the West Fork of  Kettle River ai his subject. Other  papers expected are, respectively, on  the early history of mining, in the  Boundary, the electric power transmission system of the district and probably some notes concerning local transportation facilities.  fttotar Cycle Ftvsr Brtaks Oal  A motor-cycle epidemic is threatened  in Phoenix, and in the course of a few  days no less than five cases will have  developed. Following Dr. Dickson  came L. Y. Birnie with a two-wheeled  motor car, and now Mayor Matheson,  T. B. Cosgrove and" T." A. Bean are  playing suit.  On Thursday, Dr. Dickson received  his new " Hen dee beauty. It is the  most up-to-date seven-horse power type  Boundary Side Lights  The headquarters of the Great Northern for this division are now at Marcus, Wash.  Gteenwood city will supply the  C.P.R. with 20,000 gallons of water  daily at $450 per year.  C. E. Shaw, P.L.S. of Greenwood,  leaves this week for Shingle Creek to  do some survey work.  The Oroville-Princeton branch of  the Great Northern was out of commission for several days last week on  account of washouts.  Three undesirables who landed in  Greenwood this week with no apparent  meons of support or inclination to work  were sent to Nelson jail.  Grand Forks city has a baseball  league all of its own. There ire four  teams in the league, two representing  the city and two, from the Granby  smelter. ..' , ���  A beaver which has ,been making  its home in Eholt creek is'said to be  working overtime on nearby trees. ,A  block from a tree twelve inches through  was found eaten off by the beaver.  That the local option league of the  province intends carrying the temperance fight by attempting to have the  terms of the Dominion Scott act enforced in British Columbia is the sub.  stance of a recent announcement from  ; Card o'Thaakt  William   Humphries,   on   behalf- of  the Welshmen   of  the .city, wishes to  thank each and all who assisted in the  biinging of the specialist, Dr.: Doland,  fiom Spokane in connection, with  the  serious  accident   which   befell   their  countryman, John   Griffiths.    Particularly does he wish to  thank   Dr. Dickson and )'.  E.   Thompson   (or special  assistance rendered. I  Mr.' Humphries ^Si��-deptitircd" by /  the Welshmen to secure the specialist! 25,483  and after   the   patient ! had   been   ex-j smelter treatment  amined by Dr.  Doland,' the   latter re-| Granby.. .        .. .. ..22,500    479,441  ported to Mr. Humphries and Mr. W:l B-C- Copper.............     139,060  Pierce that "nothing  more  could   be j  done than had already been done   byl  the headquarters of the organization,  stalled on the lower levels, but ship-1 of machine, capable of a speed of 65 A splendid list of attractions has been  ping' is expected to commence on I miles an hour on the level by special arranRed {ot the annuai Victoria Bay  Monday'; In the meantime develop-|bigh gear, and with an alternative low I ceieDration ;n Grand Forks next Tues  ment work is being carried on. I 8e" suitable for climbing the hills and I dgiy>     Among the  events  will be a  ������������'������_���������- ������-.  1 mountains for which the   Boundary is  Following   are : the  returns   of   thel noted.    This machine will bring Vaa  Boundary; mines   for   the past   week \ couver a matter of but  three or   four  I and for the year to:date.:.  ';>,,   -..'.Weilei-'.:  Granby mines...... 22,413  Snowshoe ; .. . .3,070  Mother Lode. . ...   . .'���.'....  Oro Denoro.........;.   .  Sally   j Golden Eagle.. .^ . ^. ..., . _  I hours distant, via the Hope mountains,  Yew :   and "its  noiseless operation  will not  operation  awaken sleuths en route.  L; Y. Birnie's Indian cycle is operating at the point of perfection, and has  been cutting down all speed records in  matched horse race for a purse of $500;  There will  be numerous other horse  races,  broncho   busting,   auto races,  motor' cycle   races,   and  a t buseball  tournament  in  which  a   number   of  Boundary teams will take part.  Dr. Dickson."  WILL INSTITUTE  REBEKAH LODGE  At   Grand   Forks,   Saturday,  May 28  On Saturday evening, May 28th, a  lodge of the Daughters of Rebekah,  I.O.O.F., will be instituted at Grand  Forks, and it is expected the new  lodge will start off with a large membership.  It is expected that the president of  the assembly, Miss Bacon of Nelson,  will be present, and the degree work  will be put on by the team from Phoenix lodge. A special train will be run  from here to convey the local degree  team, which will be accompanied by  about thirty other members.  Oealb of Mrs. Clark  The death of Mrs. Janet Craig, relict of the late Hugh Clark, took place  in Trail on May 12. Deceased was a  native of Glasgow, Scotland, and with  her husband, the late Hugh Clark  (deceased in 1909), came to Canada  in r85o, settling in Ingersoll, Ont  where they resided for a number of  years and afterwards moved to Toronto.  In the fall of 1897 they moved to  Trail where she has since lived. Death  was due to natural causes and advancing years. Deceased leaves behind a  family of eight to mourn her loss, viz. :  Jessie and Jennie of Trail: Mrs. George  Clark, Inm-rsoll; George, of Nelson;  James of Greenwood; William, of Ymir;  Mrs. Noble Binns of Trail, and Mis.  (Rev.) S. Lundie, of Phoenix. The  deceased was a very estimable old lady  and was much beloved by everyone  The funeral took place Sunday and  was largely attended, the business  houses closing while the funeral was in  progress. There were also a large  number ol floral tributes.  There was a good turnout of mem  bers of the rifle association last Sunday  and shooting took place from 600  yards, for the first time this season.  No sensational scores were made, ex  cept those of the Pioneer typos, and  modesty forbids us from publishing the  records.  Mialog- Records  Following are the locations, ossificates of work, bills of sale, etc., recorded in the Government office, ofthe  Grand Forks mining division, for the  past week:  RECORDS   OF LOCATIONS  raft, Wellington camp, relocation  of Castle Rock, Pat. J. Bryne; Harney  fraction, Summit camp, Forbes M.  Kerby.  CERTIFICATE OF WORK  Woodburn fraction, Fourth of July  Creek, 3 years, Julius Carson; Demp  ster fraction, Fife, 5 years, Chas. Dempster. Ouray fraction, Franklin camp,  Pat Kelly; Togo fraction, Brown's  camp, W. K. White; Senator No. 1,  Summit camp, C. M. Tobiassen. Big  Chief, Wellington camp, Julius Carson,  3 years; Easter Lily, Wellington camp,  N. J. Carson, 4 years; Clinton, Wellington camp, 2 years,   Julius  Carson.  CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENT  Hennekin, Violet fraction, Basil  Wm. Garrison; Bay Horse, Wellington  camp, J. Mulligan *4, Eric E. Jackson */��; Early Dawn fraction, Wellington camp, John Mulligan l/t, Eric E.  Jackson "4. Woodburn, Fourth of  July creek, Julius Carson; Woodburn  fraction, Fourth of July Creek, Julius  Carson; Lucky Shot fraction, Fourth  of July Creek, Julius Carson.  TRANSFERS.  All Iron Bell fraction, Brown's camp,  Jos. Pringle to B. J. Knight.  Pythita AI-Uosm '  Members of the local lodges Knights  the district during the past few weeks. I of Pythias and   Pythian   Sisters,   to-  The trip from Greenwood, a -.distancejgether with a number of, friends, spent  711 727 j o*"four miles   with   an   ascent of 2500'f a'tfCJigfoifol evening in   their' hall-00:.'  feet, has been   made  in   less than 15 I Thursday, following the proceedings of  minutes. I the latter lodge, which is steadily grow-  The mayor-., and Mr. Cosgrove are I ing in popularity. Progressive whist  scheduled to come speeding in from j was enjoyed for a couple of hours, with  Spokane on new machines in the] the usual races for the opposite poles  course of a few days, while Mr. Bean / success. The leading trophies were  is having one made to order. j won by Miss Mary Biner and  Gordon  V.__,_,T _ _   I Thompson,   the   former   receiving   a  KETTLE VALLEY LINE     j beauty pin and the latter a pair of gold  MAY GO OVER HOPE  Railway May Change Its Route  to the Coast  The federal subsidy of $6,400 per  mile has been granted to the Kettle  Valley railway by the house at Ottawa  and construction will start very shortly.  The Kettle Valley is now subsidized  at $11,400 per mile for a distance of  150 miles from Midway to Merritt  The line up the west fork of the  Kettle river as far as Beverdell is definitely located, but it is not unlikely  in view of recent developments that,  after leaving Merritt, the new line will  go up the Coldwater and on across the  Hope mountains. Advices from Ottawa suggest this change in the route.  This would mean a more direct route  to the coast from Nicola valley and the  consequent reduction in freight and  transportation tariffs.  SCENE FROM ST. ELMO  Tbe Sibiii Players  The Stutiz Theatre company con  eluded a ten-days' engagement here  last night by the presentation of "The  Devil." This and "A Gold Mine"  put on the night before were the two  best shows they have given. Aggie  Marion Stuttz and Will Chapman are  the stars of this company, and both  have natural histrionic ability, in fact  Mrs. Stuttz is an actress equal to the  best of many of the large companies.  Her emotional work is exceptionally  good and she appears natural. The  genial J. G. Stuttz, head of the company, is a whole-souled entertainer, but  the shadows of time are beginning to  tell on him. The company left here  today for Republic, Wash.  cuff links as sonvenirs. Miss Hogarth  won the ladies'consolation, while the  editor won out in an exciting finish for  a meerschaum pipe, the booby prize.  After cards ice cream and cake were  served, followed by dancing, in which  all present entered with spirit and  hours passed away quickly, concluding  one of the most enjoyable at-homes  which have been given in the city.  CoMlsf Boxing Deal  . Enthusiasm is growing over the  coming bout between Kid Lewis and  Billy Biner next Monday evening in  the local opera house. Lewis is the  145-pounder that made Cape Colony  famous and is said to have some sen  sational muscular cuts to turn loose  next Monday; for the past month he  has been residing at Eholt and daily  reports from his training quarters say  that he will be in the pink of condition.  Billy Biner will be in his element; he  would just as leave put on the gloves  any time as sit down to a square meal,  and when it comes to handling a man  of his own weight his admirers claim  that Billy will be a scientific agressor.  It is expected that Eholt will be present in full force and it is probable a  special train will be run.  Cbaofe ol Buslaeis  McElroy Bros, on Saturday sold the  Palace livery business-to D. J. McDonald of the Phoenix Livery. The  lormer will go into the heavy teaming  business exclusively, while the latter  will in future confine himself to the  ivery business with light driving turnouts and saddle horses, and hope to  serve the public more expediously and  satisfactory in future.  Consolidated After Norlb Star  It is stated unofficially that negotiations are about completed for the  purchase by ihe Consolidated company  of the old North Star mine at Kimber-  ley. This property was some time ago  the biggest lead producer in Canada,  with an enviable record as a dividend  payer. It has been idle for years and  should it be reopened an even brighter  aspect would be put on the mining  situation of east Kootenay than now  prevails.  SUly Days' Tour  Sir Wilfrid Laurier, accompanied by  Hon. George P. Graham, E. M. Mac-  donald and Fred Pardee, M.P.'s, will  leave Ottawa about July 7th for a  sixty days' political tour of Western  Canada. They will reach the Pacific  coast about the first week in August  and will address meetings in Vancouver, Vi'-'. .t \ and Prince Rupert. ��� J'  (?  ib-*,* '-���  to'''..  p'-f.OENIX PIONEER, PHpEWIX, B.��.  ���^t-jptVslH  Tea That is Always Fresh  "SALADA" is gprown in the finest tea gardens of  the Island of Ceylon, picked every day and reaches  you not later than fifteen weeks after being gathered. Its native purity and fine flavour are preserved  in air-tight sealed "SALADA" packets. You  are guaranteed  tea of unvarying  good  quality.  'Attractiveness of Western  Canada for Settlers  .A*k your grocer for a package to-day.   You'll like it.   Black, Mixed and Natural Croon, 40c, 60a. fiQe nod 70e per-lb.   The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Journal,  laaoao on iatckdits it t����  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  a* raoBRix. a. c  atraaoxmois,   in advawc*.  Per Tear ........   ���)> afonlBa   To the United State*, per y��ar.������   Is.oa      ,     .   lis I glorious conclusion   ��.so  T. ALFRED LOVE. Manage*.  TUESDAY'S BIG  ATTRACTION  A duel, a death and a train wreck  launch a charming, innocent girl without one dollar to her name into the  midst of a family of great wealth,  dominated by a cynical son who has  been driven by an early disappointment in love to make war upon all  women. This is foundation of the  play "St. Elmo" which sweeps through  a series of heart   stirring  scenes   to a  {UNIONT  Saturday, Mav 21, 1910  The shooting accident of last Sunday  should prove a lesson to those handling  fire arms.    In this case, as usual,  the  innocent suffers for the carelessness of  others.    It is nothing short of a miracle  that accidents  of this kind have not  occurred here before; there have been  many close  calls,  but   little  warning  was taken.    The woods appear' to < be  full <of people with fire  arms  shooting  promiscuously at times and it becomes  dangerous for those passing in   the vicinity..  There are many youths and  men that,go out shooting and have not  learned the first principles of how to  carry a gun; carelessness in the extreme is repeatedly reported by those  wandering over the, hills on Sundays,  and even within the city limits.    Only  last week bullets from   the gun  of a  careless marksmen in the woods went  sizzling among a number of men on  the title range.     The other day a man  Naturally the girl falls in love with  the brute. For his sake she rejects  suitors with everything to commend  them. The man finds himself in the  grip of a passion for the girl that he  cannot understand.  Problem after problem presents it  self. Each situation becomes more  tense than the one preceding. St.  Elmo is hero and villian in one. Despite his growing love for the little girl,  he tries to continue to play with his  victims but love wins.  The play is a most satisfactory  dramatization of the wonderfully successful novel by Augusta Evans-Wilson,  the exciting scenes of which have been  presented in stage form by a master  hand.  This attraction comes to Phoenix  theatre next Tuesday, May 24.   ���  Mining In the North  There will be a great'deal of mining activity in the Hazelton, Babine,  Copper river and Telkwa districts this  summer. Scores of prospectors are  getting ready for a busy season in the  hills. ' Supplies in the stores at Hazel-  ton were  running  low when   the first  got the loan of a rifle from- a neighbor  and'had to be shown by the latter how  to shoot-with it. Too much care can  not be" exercised in the handling of  guns; careless people should never be  allowed to touch them, and those who  do not understand' guns should keep  ' at a safe distance from them. There  are many good rules for even marksmen to' paste in their ��� hats, and the  novice cannot acquaint himself too  thoroughly with them.  In this connection a recent decision  in 'Ontario re selling guns to' boys is  interesting. Anyone who gives'or sells  a boy 'under sixteen years of age an  air-gun hereafter makes himself liable  for all the' damage the boy may do, according to' a judgement given by Mr.  Justice Britton, recently. He awards  Mrs. -Sarah' Fowell~"$8oo damages'  against Grafton & Co., of Hamilton  Grafton'& Co. gave a boy named John  O'Connor an air-gun in return 'for 25  premium coupons on Oct. 6 last. On  the following day the boy saw a bird  near his home on-Wood St., Hamilton,  arid shot at it. " He hit Mrs. Fowell in  the' eye, completely destroying the  sight. "Mrs. Fowell entered action  'against Grafton & Co. to recover  r$5;6oo 'damages.  1  The Pioneer this week refused an  order for two columns of advertising  space weekly from an' eastern depart-  - mental store. The revenue from this  advertisement would have been more  than that received from any three  Phoenix merchants. We only mention  this in passing. There are business  men who think it the duty of a paper  to holler its head off in boosting the  town and knocking the mail-order  stores, yet whose business is not found  represented in our adveitising columns.  Tnic j  Asaya-Nearoll--"--  THE    NEW   REMEDY    FOR  Nervous Exhaustion  When convalescing from LaGrip-  pe, Pneumonia or Wasting Diseases, nothing hastens the return  to health like a short period of  treatment with "Asaya-Neu-  raHl,." It feeds the nerves, induces restful sleep, quickens the  appetite, aids digestion, and soon  buoyancy of spirits and the sense  of restored vitality are attained.  Afewdosesconvince. $1.50 a bottle. Obtain'from the local agent.  JOHN LOVE.  r7  s- >  The following eulogy of Western  Canada is taken from the Newa Bureau,  of Boston, Mass, for which paper it  was specially written and reflects the  feeling of our American cousins over  the exodus to, Canada :  Last year, 91,000 Americans crossed  over  ihe   line   to  become   Canadian  farmers.    They brought $100,000,000  capital.-   This season   25,000   Ameri  cans a month are flocking to Canadian  farm's, and they will   bring $200,000,-  000.     Moreover,   30,000  immigrants  from  northern   Europe   are   arriving  monthly.,   I doubt if there  ever was  before,  in   the  history of the  world,  such a vast immigration as  that   now  flowing  in the  Canadian  Northwest.  It deserves the closest scrutiny of the  people of the United States.    It is not  at   all   pleasant,   from  an   American  point oi view, to see in one yeat aoo,-  000 Americans, pioneer farmers, transplant themselves and 'their household  goods to another country.  Wherein lie the great advantages of  the   Canadian    Northwest   over   the  western states, whence this immigration  comes?   At Pincher Creek  a  farmer  who  had   lived   in   Kansas  ao years  bought 480 acres Ave.years ago.    Two  years <ogo  he grew  8000 bushels of  wheat  off 200  acres, and   sold it foi  $5600.    Last year   he raised   12,000  bushels off 250 acres and sold   it   for  $10,000, or 85   cents a   bushel.    His  profits  from   250  acres  of wheat in  Alberta last year were greater than all  his  profits  from   farming  during   20  years in Kansas.   This is the tale every  American   settler   in   Canada   sends  back.     He  is  certain  of a  crop  of  winter wheat in Alberta  of 40  to 60  bushels an  acre, while  in   Kansas he  was lucky if he harvested   12 to  14.  Thirty bushels an   acre  in  Alberta is  a very poor crop; 45 is an average.  GIFTS OF CLIMATE  Alberta and Saskatchewan farmers  grumble if they do not harvest 100  bushels of oats to the acre. Barley  grows equally well, likewise potatoes,  hay, tomatoes, peas, beans, cauliflowers  and other vegetables. The soil of Alberta and Saskatchewan is as rich as  that of Ohio and Indiana  before over-,  veloped on Nine-Mile mountain, where  high-grade silver-lead ore has been encountered in large quantities.  In the Copper river district a Vancouver syndicate had five men at work  all winter opening up bituminous coal  measures. One seam, seven feet in  thickness, has been drifted on for over  200 feet., A diamond, drill plant will  be serit in shortly to exploit other  measures known to exist on the lands  owned by the syndicate.,  Money In Hay Crowing  "Two - hundred acres of cut-over  timber land near my old sawmill in  the Rossland district have produced  four tons of clover or timothy the acre  with one planting and no cultivation  the last nine years, and with hay at  $20 or, more a ton there is more  money in farming than in the sawmill  business," said J. S. Deschamps, a  sawmill operator of, Rossland, in an  interview recently.  Trade goes where it is bidden, and  the merchant sells best who advertises  best.  For rent, small house, conveniently  located in the centre of the town apply  to A. S. Hood.  Large and attractive lines of wall  paper being cleared at bargain prices  at A. Almstrom's, McRae store.  BOUNDARY & KOOTENAY 1909 ORE RECORD  Shipments cod Smelter 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 1910 to date are as  follows:  SHIPMENTS. WEEK  Boundary 24,992  Rossland.,    5,323  East Columbia River 5,323  steamer arrived  from  Prince  Rupert  /east  a   dozen   claims   will   be   de-1 cropping, neglect and under-cultivation  had done their worst. The climate of  Alberta and Saskatchewan is superior  to that of any state in the Mississippi  valley for growth of wheat, barley, oats,  hay and vegetables. Alberta and  Saskatchewan are in the same latitude  and have a similar, climate to Nor  mandy, Belgium, Holland, Denmark  and Germany, whose beef, pork,  poultry, eggs, butter, milk and cheese  are famous.'. No such vegetable gardens, meadows -and -grain fields as  theirs exist:either in southern Europe  or United States. Belgium has a  foreign commerce of $2,500,000,000  yearly, and it has not 25% of the area  of New York state. The basis of that  foreign trade is its farms. Belgian exports; of farm products exceed those of  Canada and the United States together.  The long summer days, and the not  too ardent rays of the midsummer sun,  ripen vegetables, hay and grain in AI  berta and in British Columbia, and in  Holland, Belgium , and Denmark,  slowly, but they have an abundance  and a flavor unknown where the summer days are fierce and hot. Rainfall  and snowfall makes. a still greater  difference. British Columbia, AI  berta and Saskatchewan are all in that  zone where the prevailing winds are  from the southwest, ��� over from -the  Pacific, bearing warmth and moisture  to the fruitful prairie lands. Calgary  has a milder winter climate than Boston  or Kansas City, just as have Brussels  and Berlin. The Saskatchewan valley,  extending from Hudson Bay to British  Columbia and Montana, has the most  extensive area of fertile black loam soil  in the world. Sometimes for 200  miles you cannot discover a rock or a  gravel bed, and this "immense area is  watered with ten thousand streams and  rivulets.  ANOTHER EMPIRE  British Columbia is another empire,  for it is coextensive with Great Britain,  Ireland and Germany. Its coast line is  equal to that of all nations bordering  the Mediterranean. Its fisheries and  its mineral wealth excel the world. It  boasts of 3000 miles of lake and river  transportation. The energy of 25,-  000,000 horses can be harnessed in its'  rivers. The Columbia and the Fraser  spread out in the interior into chains  of lakes that have no parallel for  beauty or grandeur. /  More wonderful is its magnificent  climate. I have seen cultivated orchards on plateaux and hillsides 4000  feet above sea level, and have eaten  VEAR.  689,501  96.857  122,449  Total 35.3<56  SMELTER    RECElPrS   Granby 22,509  B.C. Copper Co   Trail      8,323  908,807  474>*3��  145.935  188,210  apples, pears, peaches and cherries,  grown in these British Columbia  valleys, of a flavor more delicate and  I luscious than any I had ever tasted.  Its valleys when cleared and cultivated,  make ' most luxurious - pastures; its  vegetable gardens are unsurpassable;  its dairy products excel those of Minister and of Normandy; and there is  ample room for 5o,ooo',ooo people.  There are 250,000,000 acres of rich  wheat lands, waiting  the   plow,    hast  year  the  Canadian   Northwest   grew  nearly 150,0001000  bushels;  this year  it   will   probably   grow   200,000,000  bushels,   that  is,   it   will   grow   more  wheat than Australia and the Argentine  together,  in   1910.    It will  keep increasing its wheat   production   by 50,-  000,000 bushels yearly.    In 20  years  the Canadian Northwest will be growing more wheat, and raising more hogs  and  cattle,   than   either   the  United  States or Russia, and Canada will- be a  nation of 20,000,000. ,  Let no man think that Canada's  vast wheat fields are going to flood the  world with flour. The annual consumption of wheat is now increasing at  the rate of 100,000,000 bushels; 50,  000,000 of this increased consumption  will come from the Canadian Northwest.  ,'..',.  WHAT THE FARMER FLEES FROM  The farmers who went out a  generation, ago  into Kansas, Nebraska, the  Dakotas and   Minnesota   know   their  farms are run down, but they can 'sell  for $100 or $150 an acre, and move to  Canada and buy the most fertile lands  for $20 or$3o an acre, close to a railroad.    They  won't  go  to  Texas,   for  they   have   had   enough   of drought.  The farmers of Minnesota and the Dakotas, who have had 20  years'  experi  enceofJ.J. Hill's   methods  of  fixing  freight rates, don't want to go to Montana  or Oregon,   or   any   other   state  where Mr. Hill can fix rates.    Pioneer  iarmets along Mr.   Hill's railways from  St. Paul to Seattle are selling out their  farms and crossing the Canadian   line.  A great deal of this is due to the undue  discrimination of the  railways against  the farmer, to the collusion of the rail-  / ways or their subserviency to   the   beef]  ��� trust.      For 13 years the beef trust and  the railways got' all   the   profit   there  was in the raising of sheep,   hogs  and  cattle, and now there  is a deplorable  shortage of beef, hogs and sheep.  In Canada there is no beef trust, no  private lines of refrigerator cars, no  express companies owned by the chief  railroad magnates, no stockyards owned  by trusts, and all telegraph, express and  railroad ratf-s are under 'control of the  Dominion railway commission. There  is no-appeal from its orders.  Mr. Hill's Great Northern does not  earn half the money earned by Can  adian Pacific, yet he distributes more  money to -his security holders than  Canadian Pacific and all its subsidiaries  combined. That one fact is luminous  I commend it to railroad presidents  who are seeking to stave this tidal  wave of immigration into the Canadian  Northwest. All the irrigation projects  in the world, nor all the millions that  can be spent on reclamation, won't  hold these farmers in the states, so  long as high cost of living, high freight  rates, and fear of short crops and high  taxes continue.  TALES   FROM   THE  WONDERFUL  WEST  Employment Wanted  ;������ :\ -.������    V  A Big Healthy���Hearty���Happy  Able Bodied���Three Pound-Package  Of  Golden West Washing Powder     MalHiew's Barber siiop  Competent to. Do All Kinds of Cleaning:  Washing Dishes a Specialty:  Neat���Pleasant���and of Good Character:  Can^ Refer to Everybody Who Knows Me.  Will Not "Sleep In"���Chew Gum-or "Talk Back."  ,,,  'Wages No Qbject: ;  I ;W,an^a;Place in YourHappy Home.  Meet Me at The Grocery Store.  DRAYING  Of all  kindu  promptly  aitender1  to.    Rapid Express and flat-gogo  Transfer.   Careful attention to 1)  orders. . Phone AW  JAHES Q. HcKEOWN  A. S. HOOD,  Fire, Life and  General Agea. .  Acclden Insurance.  Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  iV.isiK��^S;;:ftVW  POR   AN   EASY   SHAVE  AND STYLISH HAIRCUT  BATHS      IN  CONNECTION  KingEdwarcl Lodge, No.30  A. F.and A. M. k  KcKUlnrcominunlcatlou 8 p. 111.  oncl Tliumiiay orench month.  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Best Sample  Rooms in the Boundary, Opposite  G N. Depot. Modern Bathrooms.  -*$   earn   j*    Heaed  Total  30,83a   815,595  Advertising is an insurance policy  against forgetfulness. It compels people  to think of you.  I     Brighten your rooms with wall paperf  l now  selling at reduced prices at A.  Almstrom's.  Apply- Zam-Buk to. all  wounds and sores and you  will be sui prised how quickly  J* stops the smarting ard  brtngs easc It covers the  wound w.'tn a layer of pro-  tecttve balm, kills all poison  germa ultcxdy in the wound, and  prevents others ealcring. Ita rich  healing herbal essences thto bu Id  op from ibe bottom, fresh Ifcsue;  and in a wonderfolfy short time  the wound Is healed I  r j?m,B''1<', *" PUlwlty to based en merit  Itniiaiioiisi.et, rwojk cuies. Bo suro i.nd  Set the real tl.ii r. "Z��n)-Bu1<"ls 1 rlrkd  "f. ���"W P��cl:. t 0/ the eenulne. 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Hold by  all newadealera. . ,  MUNN & Co.3*3'8���^. New York  Branch OfHoe. (OS F r'��� WoshloKton, D. C. .;  :-.-,i  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������o  THE KHSfG'S HOTEL  "The Pride of tlie Boundary."  PHOENIX, B.O.  Newly renovated and newly furnished, modern in appointments and  centrally located, culinery department par excellence" and Bar  stocked, with choicest liquors and cigars, the King's is headquarters  for travellers. . Bus meets all trains.    Commodious sample rooms.  The King's Grill  Short  Ordtrv 4eals  served  in   ihe*   King's  GRILL  E. P. SHEA, Proprietor  W.  at all hours.  R: WILLIAMS, Manager  Greenwood OlHgfC  LlH��  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 9.30 a.m. ]  "' " lowertown, 10.00a.m. \ Standard Time  Leave   Greenwood      -        3.00 p. m.J  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  PHOBNtx Ofkick, With McFUs Bbos., Knob Him, Avb.  .'������^'H;"':-M.   tAING,  Prop.  fOMOims^fflttgXa.PViTu��� n m% nim>o>��iru.u>u  Ha*sa>waa  ���t*jMm*��rtt*?.  FIR B S H  1   aL*  IV.  That pronounced presence of Rich Cream i8 found only  in Purest Milk. That is the kind we sell. We inv:te  you to become a judge by giving us a trial. Phone Orders  to E. 32, and same will be promptly attended to and delivered daily.  A. McKAY & SONS  ic Pionc��r For Fih�� Commercial Printing  ��aiww��ster��--Worfc.^--  The New Edition of tlie. '      .7  COPPER HANDBOOK  " The Copper Handbook contains, in  IhiH new and greatly enlarged' edition,  in this newandureatlyenlaiged edition,  about 50 per cent, more matter than the  Bible��� thoUKh not necesmirilv' a better  book becauae of ita ��ieater bulk. It is  filled with FACTS of vital iinporance^to  Vol. VIII. iesned May, 190)),,"contains  1500 pages, with nearly '50 -per cent,  more matter thanthe preceding edition.  The ciiapters with minedescriptiona and  on statistic- have been carefully revised  and the bulk of the matter therein is  ENTIRELY  NEW  There are 25 chapters,  Covering Copper History, Geology,  Geography, Chemistry, Mineralogy,  Mining, Milling, Leaching, Smelting,  Refining, Brands, Grades, JtnpuritieR,  Alloys, Uses, Substitutes, Terminology,  Deposits by Districts. SHatCH, Countries  and Continents; Mines in Detail, Statistics of "Vodnutlon, Consumption, Imports, Exports, Finances, Dividends,  etc.  The Copper Handbook ia concededly  the   ' - . ������;'-���   ���'/��� ^'"���'"���'-J'  World's Standard Reference  Book On Copper.  TERMS ure the most liberal. Send  no money, but order the ;bopk sent to  yon, all carriage charges prepaid on one  week's approval, to be returned if unsatisfactory, or paid for if it suits. Can  you afford not to see the book and judge  for yourself of its value 'o you?  PHICE is $5 in buckram with gilt top,  or $7.60 in genuine full library morocco.  WRITE NOW- to the editor and publisher, ���;';",,   i ���,--'   y "'.  -    '(. "������  Horace J.   S evens  t6, Sheipbn Building, Houghton  A&fi" w.  PHOENIX PIONEER. PHOEUIX. 1.6.  I  ���'*  M  ''���M  A POSITIVE CURE  FOR INDlfiESTION  If you have indigestion, your food  ferments in the stomach and bowels.  It does more; it decays, and the nutritious matter which should )>o to  make new blood decays with it', and  this jeads to -itti impoverished condition'of Ihe blood, to nervousness,  biliousness, constipation, sick headache, had,breath .which , disgusts your  friends, and other disagreeable and unpleasant conditions,  And all this trouble ,is caused by  th" food that doesn't digest, but ferments and oftimes rots in thestomack  And fermentation is caused by the  stomach not being strong enough and  energetic enough to thoroughly mix  the food with the digestive juices,  M-I-O-N-A is responsible for tens  of thousands of cures. It is such a  positive cure for indigestion and all  stomach troubles that it is guaranteed  by John Love to cure   or money back.  The price of a large box of Mi-o na  tablets is 50 cents, and they are sure  to promptly relieve the worst case of  indigestion or gastritis.    Try them.  CURES CATARRH, ASTHMA,  Bronc'ii.tij, Croup, Coughs and Colds, or  tnrne-' *"e!:.     P��M .ird  punran'/rd  h��  Two thousand men will be brought  to British Columbia from the lumbering districts of Ontario, Quebec and  New Brunswick to work in the lumber  ramps. The object is to supply the  lack of men and to take the place of  Hmdus.  NEW PROCESS  OF SMELTING  Toronto, May 16���-A .big smelting  proposition involving millions of dollars  and bringing fame and fortune to a  young Canadian inventor,: has been  consummated and notices went out  last night to the fortunate shareholders  in the'company interested calling a  meeting for formal ratification of the  agreeme.it. The concern in question  is the Island Smelting &. Refining  company, which has just been; incorporated and for which a charter will be  issued this week,  The company controls patents on a  process invented by Dr. Island, formerly  a dentist of Toronto. Tests are being  made by D. D. Mann and should the  result be as favorable as Mr. Mann and  the shareholders fully expect, lie will  pay $6,000,000 for the patent rights  for.the world.  No Change   In Stamp*  The postoffice department will make  no change in the stamps in consequence of the King's death for six  months or so yet. The supply on  hand now is sufficient to last till near  the end of the year and meanwhile a  new design will.be,prepared with the  head of King George on the stamp instead of that of King Edward.  Similarly there will be no change for  some months in the metal coinage.  Any new design with the picture of the  new monarchon the coin must be sub  milted to the;: King personally for  approval.              '_      :  The labor troubles at Frank, in the  Crows Nes-t, have beer, settled.;  Welcome Words to Women  Women who suffer, with disorders peculiar to their  ���ex should write to Dr. Pierce mid receive'free the  advice of a physician of over 40 years' experience  ������ skilled and successful specialist in the diseases  of women. Every letter1 of this sort has the most  careful consideration. and is regarded as sacredly  confidential. Many sensitively modest women write  fully to Dr. Pierce what they would shrink from  telling to their local physician. The local physician  is ' pretty sure to say that he cannot do anything  without "an examination." Dr. Pierce holds that  these distasteful examinations are generally needless,   and   that: no woman,   except   in   rare   cases',  should   submit   to   them.  Dr. Pieroo's treatment will cure you right in the privacy of  your   own   home.    His  "Favorite   Prescription"   has  cared  -      hundreds   of   thousands, some of  them   the wont  of   caaea.  It is the only medicine of its kind that is the product of a regularly graduated  physician. The only one good enough that its.makers dare to print its every  '?1re<!'ent. ��** ,ts outside wrapper. There's no secrecy. It will bear examination. No alcohol and no habit-forming drugs are found in it. Some unscrupulous medicine dealers may offer you a substitute.. Don't take it. Don't trMo  with your health. Write to World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. &.  V. Pierce; President, Buffalo, N. Y.,���-take the advice received and be well.  T^h  Pure and wholesome.     Cold and as bracing in  its  coolness as a breeze from  the North in Summer.  Is Recognized  by  all   as the  " BEST BEER IN THE BOUNDARY."  WHY?   Because  its   manufacturers  employ  all  of their energy to   the  turning out o(  a  perfect   Bi'er  from   the best  materials  obtainable.  ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL ICE, ETC. PHONE 23  Phoenix    Brewing'    Go.  NY/U'S  fANIILY REMEDIES  ARE   GUARANTEED  This is the season of the year when your  system is run down and you blood requires a purifier! We recommend and  guarantee Nyal's Blood- Purifier and  Sarsaparilla.  LOVE'S DRUG STORE  argam ^aie  HAND-MADE   SHOFS  Call in and Let Us show  You the Quality or Footwear   WE   CAN   OFFER   YOU;  Shoes that will both Fit  and  Wear   :::::::::  PHOENIX SHOE SHOP  ���ir   A.-T. TURANO, Proprietor  PROVINCIAL.  o-~  A company of Baden-Powell boy  scouts is being organized  at Rossland.  The Consolidated company will com-  ence diamond drilling on the Sullivan  mine.  The Alice mine, in east Kootenay,  will ship 30 tons a month to Trail  smelter.  There are about one hundred and  fifty men employed by mines in the  vicinity of Silverton. ;  Frank Jordan was drowned near  Nakusp last week by falling over a  precipice with a team and load.  Kamloops carpenters are on strike  for n 50-hour week instead of 54 and  three cents an hour increase in   wages,  Rev. R. Newton Powell of Nelson  has been elected president of the 1910  British ColumbiaMethodistconference.  The Dominion government has definitely decided to use the Nelson smel-,  ter in its experiments in connection  with the zinc industry.  Real estate in Vancouver is quieting  down somewhat. Lots ten miles from  the center of the city can now be purchased for a few thousand dollars.  The Cran brook Herald states that  it has received authoratative information that Premier Laurier will visit that  city on his tour ol the coast  this  fall.  Kamloops is discussing the advisa  bility of purchasing a combination 80  h.p. automobile with chemical engine  hose wagon and ladder racks for their  fire brigade. Tne apparatus would  cost $8,300.  In accordance with a suggestion  from the authorities of the younger  sister in nationhood, Hon. Dr. Young,  provincial secretary and minister of  education, has issued instructions for  the flying of the national flag and the  observance of appropriate exercises at  the public schools ol British Columbia  on Tuesday, the 31st inst.���the birthday of confederate South Africa.  The important , announcement is  authorized that the Queen Victoria  mine, seven miles west of Nelson,  which was bonded by J. P. Swedberg,  of Nelson, to the Consolidated Mining  & Smelting company, in February,  1909, for two and a half years, will iro  mediately be put in shape for operation, and that the mine,, which has  been idle; -for the*'better-parti of -two  years, will join the Iistjpf .Jbijr shippers  to the company's smelter at Trail.  TAKES BONDS  OF THE rp. N. R.  A first payment of $2,200,000 out  of the $11,000,000 involved in the  deal has been made by William Mackenzie to James Dunsmuir and by  which the Dunsmuir collieries pass into  the hands of a syndicate of capitalists  organized by the president of the Canadian Northern. It is understood  that the purchase will be completed  on June 15, the balance of the sum on  thnt date being paid over to Mr. Dunsmuir. A condition of the sale is said  to be that Dunsmuir takes $4,000,000  worth of Canadian Northern  bonds.  To Write Book on B.C.  Miss Agnes Deans Cameron, a well  known lecturer, formerly of Victoria  and now engaged in a lecture tour in  Great Britain, states that she has just  signed a contract with the largest pub  blishing firm in England to-write a  book on British Columbia.  What makes Sapolio a household  word ? Continuous advertising. You  are never allowed to forget it.  ATTEMPT TO  BLOW UP CHINKS  What is believed to be a dastardly  attempt to wreck special coaches carrying Chinese passengers from the Empress east from Vancouver was discovered by accident Sunday. According to custom the orientals in the car  .chose a cook. He went to the galley  stove to clean up and found neatly  wrapped up in a copy of the Calgary  Albertan of April 12, a stick of dynamite, fully capped. The oriental cook  did not know what he had found but  showed it to the guard who promptly  sounded the alarm and had other stoves  on the train searched. It is understood another stick of dynamite was  found in the fire box of an adjoining  car. v  Charactsr Delineator  The Fax Concert .Co. which visits  us Thursday, May 26, has been duplicating the tremendous success with  which they were received last season.  They have won a name for themselves  which will be hard to take away, that  of being one of the very best concert  companies that the public of this  country has ever heard. Fax is in himself a host, and with the talented  artists who surround him, a treat of no  mean order is in store for our citizens.  As a character delineator Jimmy Fax  has perhaps no equal on the concert  stage today. His humorous impersonations have caused thousands to laugh  and be merry, and a most enjoyable  evening is in store for all who attend  when they appear here. Mr. Fax's  company is as heretofore composed of  oply the best artists, in fact two were  with him on his tour of the west last  season.  Stopping an ad. to save money is  ���like stopping a clock to save time.  &  NASAL CATARRH  PRODUCES DEAF|\IESS  ,,'RELIEF! IN-'PE-,RU>N/L  Mr. R.J. Arloits, 401'City Hall Ave?,  Montreal, Quebec, Is an old gentleman  of irlda acquaintance, having served  tMrty-aight years In (ho General Poat-  o/Boa of Montreal, a record which  trpaaka for ltaalf. Concerning his two of  Peruna, see letter given below. >.  MR. R. J. ARLESS.  ���'1 have been afllictcd.. ���with nasal  catarrh to such a degree that it affected  any hearing.  "This was contracted some twonty  years ago by being exposed to draughts  and sudden changes of temperature.  "I havo been under the treatmont of  specialists and have used many drugs  recommended as specifics for catarrh  In the head and'throat���all to no purpose.  "About three years ago I was Induced  by a confrere In office to try Peruna.'  "After some hesitation, a*.-1 had  doubts as to results after so..many  failures, I gave Peruna a trial, and am  happy to state that after using eight or  ten bottles of Peruna lam much im��  �� roved in hearing,  and  in breathing  irough the nostrils." ���������     -���:-���-������-������--��  Copper Is Stronger  'New York���Copper continues firm  at i2j^ cents to 12J6 a pound for  electrolytic, 30 days' delivery. Several  of the larger producers, including the  United Metals Selling Co. are holding  for 13 cents flat, and the prospect is  for an advance for the entire market to  that basis.  There is a marked improvement in  the demand from abroad, and a large  part of the recent sales has been for  foreign account. On Wednesday, sales  of several million pounds for export  were affected, the bulk of the copper  going directly to consumers. It is"  likely that enough of this foreign copper will appear in the Producers' report  of May exports, to enable the May  statists to show a decrease in the surplus copper in the United States.  Domestic demand is good, and there  continues to be a large volume of the  metal moving into consumption in this  country.  If you are thinking of building or  require building material of any kind  ���lumber, shingles, lime, brick���call  on me for figures. Phone A44. C.  A. Ross.  Bottled Purity  is another   name   to   describe   the  character of our wines and liquors.  ���'What is Whisky?"  is a question which never need have  been asked and studied over if all  liquors were as pure and honest as  those we sell. You ought to try  them just to let us prove that first-  class Iiquora can be had at moderate  prices.  Greenwood Liquor Co.  IMPORTERS  GREENWOOD, B.C.  Phoenix Railway Timetable.  C.   P.   R.  Leaves for Eholt and Nelson, 2.00 p.m.  Arrives 5.35 p.m.  GREAT  NORTHERN.  Leaves for Grand Forks and  Spokane .. ..     9.00 a.m.  Arrives    .. ..     5.10 p.m.  The Only Cough  Cure Of Its Kind  Remember Mathieu's Syrup is a cure,  not merely an alleviative. It cures the  cough thoroughly and permanently���  for good and always. It does this because  it is the only cough remedy that leaves  the system strengthened. No other remedy  is the same nor can have the same  remarkable curative power. A few doses  will relieve the cough. One bottle generally cures it when taken in time. Do  not try other remedies. Get the best.  Remember Mathieu's Syrup strengthens  the lungs and builds up the vitality of  the whole system.  Give it to your children when you fear  a cold is  coming on ��� It will   ward  MATHIEU'S SYRUP  Of Tar and Cod Liver Oil  When feverishness accompanies the cold take Mathieu's Nervine Powders,  the great headache remedy, in conjunction with Mathicn's Syrup.  The headache, backache and fever will almost instantly vanish.  J. *L. MATHIKV CO., Propa., SHERBROOKE, P.Q.  Distributor! (or Western Caixsda, Fetor Bros. Larson & Co.. Vancouvar, Edmonton, Wlnnlpoc  DON'T PLAY WITH FIRE 1  A common caution to children, but  also good advice for grown men and  women. You are playing with Are  when you do not insure your property! I  in Conflagration-Proof Companies represented by D. J. MATHESON.  ~~ NOTICE  Notice is herebv given that thirty  days after date I intend to apply to the  Board of License Commissioners tor the  city of Phoenix for a transfer of the  license now belt! by tne for the Dominion  hotel, in the city of Phoenix, J3.C, <to  Summers, Schulli & Co.  J. B. Boone,  Phoenix, B.C.. Anril To. 1010  HOTEL FOR SALE  I offer for sale the choicest hotel  property in Phoenix. The building  contains fifty rooms, also three stores,  all in good condition, located in the  business centre, corner of Knob Hill  avenue and First street. Terms given  to the right parties. Apply to owner,  D. Oxlev, Phoenix.  ECONOMY IS PROMOTED  By the systematic ind judicious care of money , .  By making frequent deposits in the Interest Department  By carrying an account in the Business Department J  and paying for everything by check.  THIS PLAN  CnrbB waeteful expenditure  Keeps an accurate tab upon outlay  Eases business transactions  Advances business prosoerity  Always helps business men  BEGIN TODAY- NOT TOMORROW OR LATER.  ASK HOW NOW  EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK  Savings Bank Department at Ail Offices  87 Branches Throughout Canada 87  CORRESPONDENTS   ALL   OVER   THE   WORLD  LOST  Lost���Between Phoenix and Danville on Monday, two small parcels,  embroidery work and silks. Reward  on leaving at this office.-  NOTICE  Notice is hereby eiven that, thirty  days after date, I, Joseph, J. Bassett, of  Hartford Junction, B C, intend to apply  to tbe superintendent of provincial police, F S. Hussev, of Victoria, for the  renewal of a retail liquor license for the  Hartford hotel, at Hartford Junction,  B.C.  JOSKPH J. BAiSBTT.  Hartford Junction, B.C ,  May 11, 1910  nUTOEU'S SYRUP  tl Tar * Caa Liver Oil  Urge Bottle Sic  MATHIEU'S HtntlKE P0WBEM  Box ol U ?��vdcn 25c.  From all feakn  ABOUT THE  ELKHORN MINE  The Eikhorn mine, situated at the  extreme north end of Greenwood city,  is a mine with a history. Located in  the early nineties by Tom McUonell,  it passed later into the hands of C. S.  Thome!, who Haded his ranch, now  Boundary CieeK city, and a beautiful  while male for the then prospect, now  known us the Eikhorn mine. Prior  to Thoniet's death at the hands of the  Midway holdups, he sold the Elkhom  to Jim Sutherland and Phil McDonald  A compiny was formed to operate the  mine, the surface being laid out in lots  a< a residential suburb of Greenwood.  The company was most active in 1905,  when over $74,000,000 worth of ore  was stoped frorti the So foot level of  the 142-foot shaft. The Eikhorn mine  was started at the f;rass roots in December, 1902, and drifts have been  run at various levels showing up a  strong vein of really rich silver ore.  There are three known veins on the  property. The ore contains massive  native, ruby and antunonial silver,  grey copper, and iron nnd copper py  rites in a quartz gangue. Some fabulous assays have been obtained, but  the ore averages $20 in gold, and 180  ounces in silver. This mine adjoins  the Providence on the west and the  Goldbug on the east.���Times.  Brighten Your Home  Now is the time to take a look round your house and see  what is required in the line of  Furniture  Nothing brightens and contributes to the happiness and  comfort of a home as a few wisely selected pieces of New  Furniture. We have a splendid range and can quote you  prices equal to those of Toronto, plus freight.  C. F. EDWARDS  OLD  IRONSIDES  AVENUE  D. J. Matheson  3nsurance Hoent  FIRE.        LIFB  ACCIDENT.  DIDELITY     BONDS  COMMMSIONBR    FOR  ��� PLATS  AFFIDAVITS  OLASS  T A KING  PHOENIX,   B.C.  U L. L. �� X I 6ST  ffciilwfiy  cheap sunntR toudist rins  Cheap Round Trip First-Class Summer Tourist  Fares to points in Eastern Canada, New England  Central and Western States.  Winnipeg, $60; St. Johns, $120  St. Paul *"- $60; Toronto, $91.50  St. Louis - $67.50  Montreal - $105 00  Tickets on sale only on following dates, May 2nd and 9th,  June 2nd, 17th and 24th, July 5th and 22nd. Final return  limit, three months from date of sale.  Further particulars as regards fares to points not quoted,  stopover privileges, routes, etc., cheerfully furnished by calling  on or writing  W.    X.    PERKINS,    AGH.NT fr .  '-;' i  ��i.,,  PHOENIX PIONEER, PHQEJHX, 1.(8.  iH**'  till  Ir3j$  uild Your Own fortune  B  I  Y BUYING A GOLD BOND  from the International Investment and Realty Co. of 403-4 Eagle  Block, Spokane, Wash.  A Cumulative Bond matures in  Ten short years by paying $6.13  monthly, for which you receive 6%  interest compounded annually. In  Ten years you will have paid in  $735 60, for which you will receive  $1,000 in a heap.  Spokane Real  Estate a specialty, on small cash payments and  Easy Terms.      Place your order with our Local Agents,  Cosgrove  <SL McAstocker  We cordially Invite YOU  to call and see us when visiting Sdokane  International Investment & Realty CO.  J. L. MARTIN, President  403-4 Eagle Block Spokane, Wash.  J  commence  at  THE COSMOPOLITAN STORE  Will open about the First of next month with a full  line of GRO-  CERIUS AND FAMILY SUPPLIES.  We quote the following opening prices:  50 lbs; Sacks Flour from $1.75 to #1.90 each  20 lbs. Sack Sugar, #1.40  10 lbs. Pails Lard, $2.25.  Canned Vegetables, from 12c. to 20c. per can  Best Bacon, 27c. per lb. choice  Lemons, 40c. per doz. ,  We are selecting the choice goods in every line.     We will  try to please you  and make a success of our business in that way.  We do not expect to get it all at once, but our motto will be to hold what we  do succeed in getting.  JOHN  O.   ELLIS  Household Laundry Work  . A multitude of household worries,are overcome by having your  Laundrying done at the Reeo Laundry.   ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  Hello I  A. 10  Reco Laundry  We beg to state that we have sold our livery business to  D. J.' McDonald.  In future we will make a specialty of all kinds of heavy  hauling for which we have every facility. Orders for hauling  wood or timber of any kind, freighting, etc., will receive  prompt attention.  We  wish  to  thank  our patrons for past business and  solicit their orders for heavy team work.  Local and General.  Fresh seeds,for sale at  Love's Drug  Store.  Entrance   examinations  June 1 st.  T. B.   Cosgrove  went  to  Spokane  Thursday.  Kennewick   berries   20c.  basket  the Big Store.  Firstclass dry wood, any   length, for  sale; phone E33.  House for sale,   Ironsides  avenue;  apply Mrs. R. Carson.  House   for   rent,  partly  furnished;  apply at Pioneer office.  Dr. Dickson is having his office  renovated and painted. ���  Dry wood in car lots. Apply to J.  Trombley, Phoenix, B.C.  Curlew Butter is reduced to 40c.  per pound at the Big Store.  Furnished   rooms   to   rent,   Aetna  rooming house; apply- to A.   Webster.  For sale, at a bargain,   4a  kodak,  4}4 x 6}4 plate, apply to A. S. Hood1  Don't fail to hear Canada's  leading  concert company next Thursday night.  Secure your tickets for the Fax concert, the big attraction of the season  Expert watch  repairing  at   Black's  jewelry store;  satisfaction guaranteed  Fresh milk daily from the Phoenix  Dairy for sale at Ellis'  confectionery  store.  Mrs. Dan Biner was up iron) Greenwood Thursday evening for the at-  home.  Mrs. R. J.,', Gardner was up from  Grand Forks Thursday for the Pythian  at-home.  Walter Cook came in from Republic on Tuesday and will go $0 Mother  Lode mine  Mrs. John Mclnnis left on Monday  for Fort George, where she will join  her husband.  Team for sale, heavy draft, five years  old and well-broke; apply to the Phoenix Dairy Col.  Tuck Collins has gone to Fenticton  to open a barber shop. He may grow  spuds on the side.  Born���In Phoenix, on Thursday,  May 10th, to Mr. and Mrs. A. G.  Howe, a daughter.  George P. Rogers of Love's drug  store left Saturday for Vancouver for a  Yesterday being the date of the ob  sequies of the late King Edward the  afternoon was observed as a holiday in  town, business places generally being  closed.  Martin McHale returned this week  from spending a month with Frank  Knott at Erickson. He says Mr.  Knott has a splendid ranch and is en  joying life.  Mrs. XV. A. Pickard returned Wednesday evening from attending the provincial grand lodge of Pythian Sisters,  having been a representative from the  local lodge.  Robert H. McCracken, who was at  Vancover attending the grand lodge,  Knights of Pythias, as representative ol  the local lodge returned home Wednesday evening.  J. A. Morrin, of the Morrin-Thompson company, arrived in town from  Peachland Saturday and will probably  reside here in future, Mrs. Morrin  will come later.  For sale, the property known as the  Biner block; centre upper town, best  income property in city and adaptable  for any kind of business; cheap.    In  quire on pret.iises.  The service in the Methodist church  tomorrow (Sunday) evening will be a  memorial service for the late king.  Rev. M. McElroy Thompson, formerly  of Phoenix, will preach the sermon.  W. A. Nicholson will shortly commence a big drawing, the first prize of  which will be $200 for round-trip  ticket and expenses to see the big  Johnson-Jeffries fight on July 4th.  John Ellis is having the Stemwinder  building remodeled and painted and  expects to have his stock of groceries  in by the end of the month and will  be open for business on June 1 st.  Rev. M. M. Thompson of Vancouver, formerly of Phoenix, is spending a few days in Phoenix with his  brothers, J. E. and Gordon Thompson.  He. will preach in the Method's? church  tomorrow evening.  The local baseball team have completed arrangements to go to Kaslo on  Tuesday, May 24th. The team will  leave here on Monday and go on the  excursion from Nelson by lake to  Kaslo, returning Wednesday.  J. XV. Whitley, provincial grand organizer of the Orange lodge in  British  Columbia, and Thomas A. Duff, grand  organizer for Canada, will be   in   town  1/ few weeks' holidays. I next Monday evening and will address  (     Born���In   Phoenix,   on   Tuesday, /�� 'P***'8' meet,nK ��f Gold KanSe ,od��e  10th,   to  Mr.  and   Mrs. John|at 7-3�� P-m.  According  to  the  stationing  The Fax Company  The James Fax company come to  entertain us 011 Thursday, May 26,  Mr. Fax has with him a company of  staling artistes whose names rank  among the best on the concert stage.  Miss Ida George Elliott, although unknown to Western Canada is a soprano  of considerable distinction in the  United States. She holds the position  of soloist in a leading Detroit, Mich  church, and is the possessor of a par  ticularly sweet and powerful voice of  remarkable range and quality Miss  Galbraith, the reader, was with Mr  Fax last season, and little need be said  of her excellent work. She is 'a prepossessing young lady of great dramatic  talent, whose selections never fail to  please. Mr. Ilartwell DeMille, the  baritone, is one of the most brilliant of  male singers. The accompanist and  so pianist)s Miss Agnes B. Quigley.  The Bell Ringers  One of the finest entertainents given  in this city for some time was held last  night in Wesley church, when the Musical Eckhardts, Swiss Bell Ringers, sustained the reputation of being the finest  artists in their line, and Lethbridge  citizens are to be congratulated on the  opportunity to listen to such wonderful  musical talent as appeared  last, night.  The leading feature of the program  was, of course, the bell-ringing, its appreciation being shown by the repeated  applause given, while the selections on  the mahimbaphone, aluminum chimes,  musical glasses, rattles, etc., were appreciated to the full. ;  Special mention should be made of  the bell ringing .of G. C. Eckhardt,  who, in a bell solo, picked up, rang,  and put down in exact time, bells at  the rate of 150 per minute.  The vocal solos of A. E. Martin and  the readings of G. C. Eckhardt were  also well received, and vigorously encored.  The entire company are exceptionally  clever and produce their work with an  artistic finish that would satisfy the  most exacting.���Lethbridge Herald.  This company appears in Phoenix  opera house Friday evening,   May  27.  An All-Star Attraction  McElroy Bros, msaus* phoenix, B.c.  SPRING SUITS  It's going to be an easy matter for you to satisfy yourself in  clothing this Spring if you come  here to do it. If you have any  pet ideas about what you "want  you'll find us able to meet them.  Generous    values���more    than  your   money's   worth���that's   the  idea were working on here. You'll  * - learn, if you haven't already,  that  we make good along that line.  Our   clothes ��� whatever   their  . price���are a full fifth better than  the clothes that come  nearest  to  them in intrinsic  value  at other  stores  THOMAS BROWN  PHOENIX OPERA HOUSE  TUESDAY, May 24  An Extraordinary Offering!  Augusta J, Evans' Stirring Narrative  DRAMATIZED BY GRACE HAYWARD  (Author  of "GRAUSTARK")  GREATEST BOOK, PLAY OF THE  DECADE  Nothing quite so Interesting or Unique  has been Produced in Years.  THE STORY  OVER A  OF  THE TRIUMPH  BLACKENED SOUL.  Prices ��� $1.00, 7&c.. and 50c.  I May   iotb,   to  Leidstrom, a daughter.  George W. Rumberger left Tuesday  for Kegina, Sask., to look after his  business interests there.  D. J. Matheson went to Spokane  Thursday oh business and Miss Ingram  is assisting in the postoffice.  Mrs. (Rev.) S. Lundie has been in  Trail attending the funeral of her  mother, the late Mrs. Clark.        >  Mr. and Mrs. T. Lyons, who spent  a couple of weeks in town, have returned to Mother Lode mine.  . E. Spraggett was up from Grand  Forks Wednesday and says the Kettle  Valley's new rifle' range will soon be  completed.  T. Roderick returned from Vancouver Tuesday evening, having been  spending a fortnight with old friends  on the coast.  Opera house attractions next week  ���Tuesday, St. Elmo; Thursday, the  James Fax company; Friday, Eckhardt  Bell Ringers.  The comet dance given by the base-  ball'team Wednesday evening passed  off very successfully, everyone present  having an enjoyable time.  Special memorial services were held  in Greenwood yesterday, with fraternal  organizations in attendance. A num  ber of local Masons attended.  At the recent session of the grand  lodge, Knights of Pythias, in Vancouver, Albin Almstrom of Phoenix was  appointed district deputy grand master.  Dr. S. Traynor, who has been assistant with Dr. Dickson for several  months, left- yesterday for Prince  Rupert, having been commissioned as  physician in charge of contract work  on the Grand Trunk Pacific. Dr.  Traynor is an' eminently successful  physician, and won a host of admirers  during his residence in Phoenix.  Another name has been added to  the Phoenix honor roll of honest men.  I^ast week Warren Mitchell found $35  in bills on Knob Hill avenue and  promptly brought the money to the  Pioneer office for us to locate the  owner. Shortly after the Pioneer was  issued last Saturday, James Summers  came to the Pioneer, office and satis  factorily identified the money as his  and received the same. This is the  third instance of this kind here within  the past faw months and it is indeed  pleasant to record such acts. Mr.  Summers wishes us to extend his hearty  thanks to Mr. Mitchell.  to the stationing committee at the Methodist conference at  Nelson, Rev. R. W. Hibbert will remain at Phoenix at least another year  and will also supply at Greenwood.  Rev. James Calvert has' been stationed  at Grand Forks.  Charles H. Moyer, of Denver, Colo.,  president of the Western Federation of  Miners, and W. Davidson, district organizer, were in the city Thursday  evening and addressed a special meeting of Phoenix Miners' union. There  was a large attendance of miners to  hear the federation president speak.  He is present on a tour through British Columbia.  Well, did you see the comet ? We  hasten to state that we are still doing  business at the old stand, with Halley's  "fateful" date gone by. Of course, the  heavenly wanderer has been seen. Jim  Church saw it near the' Hoist depot;  Joe Bassett reports a fine view of it  from the Hartford Junction observa-  toty ; Page Boyles saw it while drilling  in Deadman's gulch, and J. A. Mc-  Master claims the comet's tail was  398,547.533 n"1**8 long at Eholt by  actual measurement.  PHOENIX OPERA   HOUSE  Thursday, May 26  JAMESFAX  The Greatest Company of Artists that  Ever Toured the West  James Fax  HUMORIST  Miss Ida Elliot  SOPRANO  Miss Florence Galbraith  DRAMATIC READER  Hartwetl DeMille  BARITONE  Miss Agnes B. Quigley  P1ANISTE  ADMISSION, 75c.  RESERVED SEATS, $1  Reserved Seats at Brown's  Grand Forks Volunteer  Fire  Department  BASEBALL TOURNAMENT ��� Repulic, Phoenix,  Danville and Grand Forks, for a Purse of $75  MATCH RACE���Between Sunday M., owned by Wm.  Sands, of Danville, and Dan K., owned by Dr.  Kingston of Grand Forks, for a Purse of $500  At Race Track Grounds, Grand Forks  Tuesday,May 24,' 10  Automobile Race, Motorcyle Race, Portland Mares'  Race, Three-Minute Trot or Pace, Pony Race, Gentlemen's Driving Race, Slow Horse Race, Farmers' Race,  Gentlemen's Saddle Race, Free-for-all Running Race,  Cowboy Race, Broncho Busting Exhibition, Boys Three  Legged Race, Boys' Sack Race, 100 Yards Dash,"^.:  ADMI38ION TO QROPWPS  Adults, 50c.      Children, 25c.  Have On?  of Our  SUITS  and you Will... be .known as a w��lla,drsssed man  OUR CLOTHING  ���Is made to satisfy the most fastidious. In  quality, fit and finish I heir superior is not to  be found. A good many men in town have  learned they can be well dressed for a very  moderate amount by patronizing us. You  should come in and see our stock.  TIES  UP  All right and really  looks  exquisite.    There  .are plenty more just as   pretty  and   we have  plenty to "tie up" the whole town.  New Neck Wear  Shown at Carson's is sufficient to suit the most-4  exacting tastes, while prices are really uuderj  the usual.  1 .������ ���������' ���*  -M if  ���������:**$ S  ������������������!> ������;!'?'��  ..:'�����&  yyyyy-y y%  mm  yyyy"y.yy:U  iii  iMias-���!!:������'������.  ���.��fevv ?'��� .  ���Mmty'  Ml  N.J.C  arson  &c  t*--*MWV��-��#ftMp*Ai  NOT one: gloomy day  In a case like thin, there Is not only  a. lot of K<)od cheer, but there is any  quantity of Mreisgth and good health.  PHOENIX BET R ia not only a tonic;  it is a system cleanlier, a dijjchtiun  assistant, a muscle builder, and a life  l>ri��hten<-r.  I'HOENIX BRER is 'nut pure Malt,  and Hops, and is luewed with the  utmost care.  There is not one gloomy day in a dozen'  bottleH of I'huenix Beer.  PHOENIX BREWING CO., LTD.  'PHONK' NO.   23  Royal Billiard Parlors  POOL TABLES AND BOWLING ALLEYS  Complete Line of  Pipes  Tobaccos  Cigars  and  Cigarettes  Always in Stock  NEW   FIRST-CLASS  BARBER SHOP  in connection.  /N  EASY SHAVE  STYLISH  HAIRCUT  REFRESHING  MASSAGE  INVIGORATING   SHAMPOO  J. G. Miles, Tonsorial Artist  Finest Selection  Confectionery  Try  The Famous  Kohinoor  "*-; Chocolates  There are noue  Better  COSGROVE & McASTOCHER, proprietors  Tailoring  WHEN you want a Suit of Clothes that will  fit you, give you comfort and plenty of wear,  let us Tailor for you. We have a choice selection of suitings and the fashion plates. You  will find a distinctive finish about all our Suits.  MERCHANT  m  m  MA  mm  Wm  nm  febi  msme?ii��:  yA&t&twaimkllatiaiiB&tst


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