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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Oct 21, 1911

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 ?!$vp||f>-^^  '.-.-}'���  ���M  U��T Ho  \ 'Pv,  '0/7  ^M, b. c.^.  AND  BOUNDARY MINING JOURNAL  TIIIRTi'KNTlI  VKAR  PHOENIX,  B.C., SATURDAY-, OCTOBKR 21,  1911  Number 14  This Week  I  m&sm&f^smmmuBMm  ore  Wflflkl     B.C. Mining  SOME SPECIALS:  A-complete, line of the jiislly famous -FIT REFORM  SUITS, in the new shades. There is no other brand  can touch them for Style, Workmanship and weariny  qualities.  PRICES, $20.00 to $35.00  200 PAIRS SLATER SHOES, in the latest shapes,  Black, 'fan and Patents lor street and cverv-da'v wear.  I  Prices, $5,  WE LEAD  o  m  m  i"*-'C  m  u r line   is too extensive to describe here, but come in  and look them over.  MEN'S GOODS-SPECIALTY  Our line of Men's Goods is' equal lo that carried by  any store in Southern British Columbia, and our  prices as low as  any, quality considered.  SEE OUR WS5MDOW.  .  Charles K. Desrosiers has sold a  half-interest in the Vmir Mint claim  on Wild Horse creek to Archibald  Boemner.  N. J. Mitchell lias secured the  contract for the diamond drilling  operations on the H. C. Copper  company's newly-bonded property,  the Greyhound, in Deadwood. lie  has already commenced drilling1.  , W. II. Wehh and party, of the  Lightning Creek gold mines, arrived in Hope on Thursday. Snow  has already fallen on Lightning  Creek and the season is practically  over. The company has decided  not to attempt to continue operations during the winter.  The Columbia Coal & Coke Co.'s  Long Tunnel at Merrill, since cross-  cutting the No. 1 seam of coal, at a  distance of ISOO feet and at :i depth  of 1500 feet is being continued to  cut the live other seams as fast- as  men a'hd money can do it, working  day and night. Since striking coal  at this-- great depth, which insures  the permanency of the coal, quite a  'number,, of coal experts and coal  buyers fro hi the United Slates have  been in visiting ihe management.  News from Mason Creek in thei  Ominecn country has it that the  Huderle and Otter.son. outfit, who  have been operating a hydraulic for  recovering placer gold all last summer, averaged from $1 to $7. per  yard. The plant can handle about  500 yards per day. Forty years ago  Ihe same ground was worked by  hand with rockers, but it could not  be made to pay by these method*  today. By the hydraulic system  however big profits can be expected  and next year this party expect that  Ihey will take out not less than  $75,000 for the season's work.  News was received in Rcvelstoke  of a strike that bad been made by  Dave Morgan on the Chance mineral  claim. The property is an extension  of the famous Triune mine and is in  the same belt as the Silver Cup.  Work during the summer has been  confined chiefly U> driving a tunnel  to lap a rich vein of grey copper at  depth. A short time ago Dave  Morgan'struck   six   incites of high-  GRANBY CONSOLIDATED  BONDS COPPER QUEEN  E. E. Campbell Will Superintend  Developments���Large Force  of Men to be Employed.  The Granby Consolidated Mining,  Smelting it Power company has  taken a bond for 850,000 on the  Copper Queen mine at Chewelah,  Wash. The development will be  under the supervision of K. IS.  Campbell, engineer for the Granby  company, and work will begin as  soon as the necessary arrangements  can be made.       :',  The long tunnel will be completed and the property thoroughly  prospected by diamond drill. A  large force of iiiefi w'" he employed  as the company|; plans lo put the  mine on a shipping basis as quickly  as possible. The ore, which is self-  lluxing, should prove valuable for  hlcndiiiir with other ores.  POINTED PARAGRAPHS  Sherman Wagari, aged seventeen,  was sentenccdat Napanee, Ontario,  recently, to life; imprisonment, for  assault. -  in  bid  Granby    stock; was     quoted  Spokane,  on-Tuesday,   at $30  and $35 asked.    :  ArthurfPatrick  When   the   late; Queen    Victoria  visited Ireland in :the   early years of  her reign,   she w;fs' accompanied by  her two-eldest   children, and   while  driving through & street in Dublin,  an Irish woman  galled out: "Name  the next boy Patrick and all Ireland  will die  for you.'-"    Victoria   apparently look the old lady's advice, and  Arthur Patrick, Duke of Connaughl,  the     present    Governor-General    of  Canada,   was the'result.     Although  it would have been more satisfactory  if   the new   governor had   arrived a  year hence, when > the   smoke of the  recent   political   battle had   cleared,  yet the   people of. Canada   will find  the new governor read)- to carry out  hi'* duties,.whether they be disagreeable or not, with a courage that will  no  doubt  surprise  many.      It is   no  secret in the   United   Kingdom thai  Kdward VII. relied a  great  deal on  the advice   qLthi^JPuke, and   often  called   him   into   consultation when  important matters   of state were tip  for discussion.  President Taft, in a speech at  rlellinghnm, said he thought the  Panama canal would he opened on  July I, 1913.  Sir James Whitney announced a  few days ago that the provincial  elections in Ontario will take place  the first week in December.  The apple crop of the Annapolis  Valley, Nova Scotia, is estimated at  more than a million live hundred  thousand barrels of 160lbs. each.  The Great Northern Railroad announce that just as soon as the  rails are laid to Coalmonl they will  run a direct passenger train to  Spokane.  William Rqckefellei, vice-president of the Standard Oil Co., who  was taken ill while en route to  Ktirope, is reported to be in some  Knglish sanitarium.  A discrepancy of $3,2S8,271 between-material on hand and that  called for by the hooks of Washing-  tori navy yard has been discovered.  It is attributed to loose bookkeeping met hods.  The steamship Kwarra, loaded  with sugar, from Java, which arrived the other day at Philadelphia,  experienced an increase in valuation  of its cargo.in transit of $107,140.  She was much overdue, having met  with adverse winds and heavy  weather.  Canadian Pacific, Canadian Northern and Grand Trunk Pacific have  agreed to purchase 215 acies in St.  Boniface, across the river from  Winnipeg, on which they will proceed to erect stockyards, abattoirs  and cold storage warehouses, at a  cost of $5,000,000.  A cable from Panama states that  while the American people are rejoicing thai the Panama canal will  probably -open in July 1913, alarm  i.s felt there that the earth around  the Gattm Jock is aliding. Sliding  has "already caused four month's de-  Iny in the construction of the coffer  dam, and   it is   feared   that the citvj  Hotel Brooklyn  The Only First-Class and Up-To-Date  Hotel in Phoenix. New from cellar  to roof. Best Sample Rooms in the  Boundary, Opposite Great Northern  Depot.      v    v      Modern Bathrooms.  STEAM HEATED.  James Marshall, Prop.  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix, B.C.  WSnter Wearables  is the problem before the men of PHOENIX these cool evenings.  Give rne a call and let me help lo solve it.  Overcoats and Suits���  Icairyin   stock   the   best and   most   up-to-date   line of Clothing  made in Canada���the C. N. & R. Brand.  Sweater Coats  All sizes in a great vaiiefy of colors,  made from imported yarn, and knit in  best coat on ihe market.  Sweaters, $1.00 up;   Sweater Coats from S1.50  Underwear���  Winter weights, all wool.    All the best  brands���Penman's, Hew-  son's, Watson's, Wolsey, etc.    All sizes from $1 .OO per garment  See the  hand-knit line,  British  Columbia.    The  Til OS.    BrOWtl Men's Wear Exclusively  Home-Loving People!  Sale of Rugs and Carpets���Why  most helpful?      Because  this great sale reveals  our largest  collection   of Rugs  and  Carpets ;  and piices arc the lowest we've ever quoted for a  Fall   sale.        Home-loving  people   who  have  looked else- -  where came hurc to  buy '.     They're  enthusiastic  over  tlie  thorough completeness, the reliable   qualities  and  genuine  economies disclosed in this once-a-ycai   affair !     Settle the  Rug  and  Carpet  question   here  tomorrow���in a pleasing  economic way.  C    F    EdwflrriQ    Furniture Dealer  ���1    -'!,'���  '���^  The Man Who Does Care  Che   Duke   is antegrade ore and the   indications  point/ thing  but   a .novice.     He has  filled.  to enlargement  of  the  ore  bearing! with"   credit and   honor,   responsible/ of Colon may alreadv   be in danger,  irea.      Assays    of   200    ounces   of (positions both in   Ireland and Indi.'i,  silver and   S'd   gold   have   been   ob-1 and there can   be  no   doubt that'he  lamed from   surface   ore, and   on .al will fill   his   new   ...,,... ,m���,   lower vein   -100   oz. silver   ore   has I cretlir in  himwlf �����,/  C!,tr.iV,,.^��� ,��� I     After six years   close season, dti  been found.  Beaver Trapping: Season  ALW.W.S  WK.\|:s  Style-Craft Suit or Overcoat  White Man's Law  Special steps   will   be taken, says  the   Vancouver    Province,    by    the  Provincial police with   the  object of  teaching the   unruly   Indians  of the  Clinton   district due   respect for the  white   man's   law.     Recent   serious  infractions of that law, of which the  number of serious cases  at the just-  closed criminal assizes is indicative,  illustrate    the     necessity   of   such  drastic   action.      More   particularly  does   the   involved   William   White  murder  case stand   out us a case in  point.      White being  the hail-breed  who  not  so   long  ago   was    found  dead   near   the   cabin of a Chinese  rancher named Ah Wye.  The man had evidently been done  to death, and circumstances connected with the crime two Indians  known as Mailer and Coxie Movie,  alias Moses Paul. Both were ar-  ���rested, but little evidence being presented at the preliminary trial connecting Mallet with the .alfair, he  L'.vas restored to liberty. Movie and  Paul escaped from custody and have  not yet been recaptured.  Within   the past   few days, however, the  Chinaman, Ah Wye,   who  was   regarded by   the   Crown as its  principal witness in fastening to the  missing      Indian       the     crime    o(  murder, has also   been   found in his  lonely     cabin     hacked     to   death,  here is   in this   latter   case no evidence connecting the missing .Movie  with the second crime, but suspicion  is   strong   that.   Ihe   Chinaman  was  acriliced by him in order lo remove  the   dangerous witness  whose testimony might   have   sent   him  to the  gallows for the killing- of While.  A plentiful and mysterious supply  of liquor to the Indians of the district is said to be at the foundation  of a large number of recent crimes  in the Chilcotin.  ing- which their numbers have multiplied   enormously,   beaver   will    be  legitimate   game   for   the trapper in  British Columbia on   November 1st.  When    the   close   season  itiguurated     in     1905,    tl)  colonies in   the southern parr of Ihe  ^     _ ^ . province     were    almost    depleted.  Net Profits of $202,278.29 for Year) Now   these industrious   animals are  the people of the Dominion.  ANNUAL REPORT OF  CON. M. & S. COMPANY!  EASTERN  TOWNSHIPS   BANK  Capital  and    Reserve,    S5,250,000  Head Office   -   Established 1859   -   SHERBROOKE, QUE.  tl'ji. f*.\Htt-i-:i.r_ I'l.'-iilcjit.   -S. if. c. Misku. Vii-i- l'ic-Mrnt.   ./. Al if ki.n.nuv. CViii-ml J/.m igur  L'lIU'C!    i st. *  l    was   iii-1  lie   beaver  82 BRANCHES IN   PROVINCE OF  QUEBEC  A.VII.AT  VAXOOCVRR. J', c.  (���RAND FORKS.  IJ. (;.  PHOENIX.   13. (\  PRIXOKTON, 15. C.  -Bonds Valuable Properties.  Banana Whisky  Advices   from   Paris,   this   week,  announce the discovery of a method  ol   making   whisk}-   from   bananas.  Now,    it    our   memory   serves   us  rightly,   this is   anything but a new  discovery.       One   of   the   greatest,  dilliculties met with by  the missionaries   in  Central   Africa  is   that   of  breaking the African   of the banana  whisky  habit.      Sir   Samuel   Baker  las it   on record   that  he found the  people of  the   Upper   Nile   villages  addicted   to   the   use   of  this    now  French   "discovery."     One   of  (he  arguments of African   traders in defence of   the   importation   of spirits  i.s that Ihey   are simply substituting  a more   wholesome   brand  than the  nigger has been used to.  The sixth annual report of the  Consolidated Mining & Smelting  company of Canada for the 12  months ending June 30 last shows  net profits of S202,278.29 which,  added to the balance at the credit  of profit and loss account from the  previous vear, makes a total of  SS73.239.'  Dealing with the purchase of the  Le Roi, the president's report briefly  says: "Since June 30 your directors  have purchased from the liquidators  all the property of the Le Roi Mining company in Rossland atul have  every reason to believe that the purchase will be profitable to the company."  The Consolidated company has  also taken an option on the Black  Diamond and Little Donald claims  at Ainsworlh, a well-developed lead  property, which, during the four or  live years prior to 1907 produced a  considerable tonnage of high-grade  ore. A bond has also been taken  on tho Silver Dollar, Lucky Boy  anil Salmo townsite. This group of  claims is said to contain a large  body of high-grade siiverlead ore  and has been developed'by means of  some open cut work during the past  summer.  Construction for the year consisted mainly of the equipment of  the Moll}' Gibson mine with an  aerial tramway about four and one-  half miles in length; repairs and improvements to the old tramway,  which was badly damaged bv snow-  slides; new bunkhctises at the mine:  improvements in the mill; horses  and wagons for hauling ore, etc;  finishing ihe equipment of the  Number Seven mine, and increasing  the roasting capacity of the smelter  by Ihe installation of two Dwight  anil  Lloyd roasters.  Considerable interest is being  taken this year in lead properties  throughout Ihe country and some  promising prospects have been opened up.  said to be almost as numerous between the 47th and 49th parallels of  latitude as further north. The fact  of the beaver being again legitimate  game should mean a depreciation in  the price of beaver furs, which have  reached a price well beyond the  average British Columbian's pocket.  wi.y:\mp������;<.;. .man.  OOI.KAIAX. Al.TA.  l',KTI I BR I DtfK. AI/IW.  TABKK. ALT A.  VICTORIA. ..B.C.  S,-tvilli's   Di-pai-fnii-nt   at   all  Oflicvs.  c o i; r i-: si'iiiV o !���; x ts a ll   ovkk   thk  WORLD  Accident  To  Phoenix Resident  Reuben Karl, of Phoenix, met  with a serious accident on Saturday  last while working- at the Mother  Lode mine, Greenwood. lie was  engaged near the tramway, when  the cable snapped, one of the living  ends striking him with great force,  throwing him for some distance.  Me was quickly conveyed to the  Sacred Heart Hospital, where his  injuries, which were wholly internal,  were attended to. The latest report says he is now out ol danger,  but it will be some considerable  time before he will be able lo leave  the hospital.  Boundary Ore Tonnages  Following are the returns of the  output of the mines and smellers o\  the Boundary district for the week  ending Oct. 21, and vear to date:  QUEENS HOTEL  R.   V. CHISHOLM, Prop.  DANNV DKANK, Mana-,  This is the Largest and Newest Hotel in the city,  heated by steam, and well furnished thoughout  for the accommodation of the public. Everything  Neat, Clean and l'p-to-Date. Meals served at  all hours.  Bar Stocked with Choicest Liquors and Ci��ars  CENTRALLY  LOCATED  ON  CORNER  BRIDGE   AND   KNOB   HILL   AVENUE  ilk Supply  Granby   Mother Lode.  Jack Pot    Rawhide . . .  Athelslan. . . .  Napoleon  l-'mma   Others   .\S5.f  6,900  211,957  2H2.  22,51-1  2.S95  1'.4.504  1S1  r��, ir.o  , , ,  7.57.S'  502  1507  7,046  SMEI.TKR TON'N.U-1'S  I < ran by   IS. C. Copper Co... I 1,386  577,791  ���1S9.5-LS  Value of Life Insurance  With his life insurance policy ex  piling at noon, Herman Sehramer  mct his death at four o'clock the  morning of the same day, in a street  car accident in Seattle, a fnw days  ago.  B. C. Copper Treatment  The B. C. Columbia company's  smelter treated I 1,5SY> tons of ore  this week, as follows: Mother Lode,  6315; Rawhide. 5,7-11 ; Wellington,  5S7;  Athelslan,  177;  others, 766.  Steam  Heated, Electric  Lighting-.  Telephone 48 and 26  vigorous Stock,  si CLEANLY -AND  SANITARY  Separated  Cream   insures  puritv and  The Dairy produces both.  A. ID. Mackenzie and W. W.  Carter returned a few days ago from  a visit to the former's ranch at  Richter's Pass. Mrs. I'd. Black.  who has been visiting Miss Mackenzie at the ranch returned with them.  Born -At Phoenix, on Tliuisd.iv,  Oct. 19, to Mr. and .Mrs. J. Manning,  a daughter.  THE DAIRY  . W. Hannam, Prop.  I'INKST GRADE OF     7GA.RS  AGENTS   FOR   THE   CELEBRATED  Parlors  Cosgrove &  SVlcAstocker, Props.  HAZELWOOD   ICE   CREAM  AND  SOFT  DRINKS i*V*'  m*1' s  t 7(r,' n  THE PIONEER,  PHOENIX  imi ���! mi  �����   i n- im ��� ra  ���   - ���*-���- "���     -  ���     II  .crjft ���  -4  &*:���  i- v,  U ft'  \ rr."> * . i  THE WHITE NILE.~~~  Mr. Roosevelt's Desoriptlon of Night on  tho Great African River.  Wo had come down through the see  nnd of the great Nyanza lakes.   As we  balled northward its waters stretched  behind us beyond the ken of vision, to  where they were fed by streams from  tbo Mountains of the Moon.    Oa our  left'hand rose-the frowning ranges oq  tbo other sldo of which tho  Kongo  forest lies like a shroud over the land.  On our right ,w& passed the mouth of  the Victorian  Nile, nllvo with monstrous crocodiles and its banks barren  of human life because of the swarms  of the fly-i whoso bite brings tbo tor-  '���sent which ends In death.    As night  |fell wo entered, the White  Nile and  steamed and drifted down the mighty  stream'.',  Its current swirled In long  curves between endless ranks of plum,  cd papyrus.   White and blue aud red  ��� the floating water'lilies covered the  lagoons and the still inlets among the  reeds, and here and there the lotus  lifted  its  leaves   aDd   flowers  stiffly  above the surface.' She brilliant tropic stars made lanes of light on tho lap.  ��� plug water as we ran-on through tho'  night   Tho river horses roared from  the reed beds and snorted and plunged  beside the boat,'and crocodiles slipped  sullenly into tho river as we glided by.  Toward   morning  a  mist arose  and  through it'the crescent of the dying  moon shone red and lurid.   Then the  sun flamed aloft, and soon tho African  landscape, vast,   lonely,    mysterious,  stretched on every sldo in a shimmering glare of heat and light, and ahead  of us tho great, strange river went  twisting   away   into   the  distance.���  ^Theodore Roosevelt In Scrlbner's.  A  DUKE'S   LOVES.  Name of Person Assessed  SALE OF LANDS FOR DELINQUENT TAXES  IN THE'ROSSLAND ASSESSMENT DISTRICT, PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Thursday, the 1G1I1 day of November, A. D. 1911, at the hour of tt>n o'clock in the  forenoon, at the Court House, in Ihe Cily of Rossland, I shall sell til public auction, tins lands hereinafter set out of the persons  in said list hereinafter set out, forjth'e delinquent taxes unpaid by .said persons, on the 31st day,- of December, 191c, and for  interest, costs, and expenses, including Ihe cost of advertising said sale, if ihe total amount due i.s not sooner paid.  LIST ABOVE MENTIONED  Short Description of Property  Lots  Nik  (ah  rs  Can  o ri ")  3��S  ���   O  X  (OUIll  o  Boundary Foils, Christensen*s addition, Map 155, being a subdivision of part lot 931, 6. I, (0), Slmllkameen district  Christensen, Maik  1 .".  A        S       90        $     -Id        S      10. Si 00      S   2 52  Kennedy, W.   I*  2 :  A  Chrislensen, Mark  It,  I and 5  A  Cross, James  2 -.        |{  Siddall, S.  I*  !1  ' n  Chiistensen, Mark   -I  B  Christensen, Mink  ,  10 .*,. 11  Christensen, Mark   1 10 7  D  Cascudc townslte, Map 8, being a sub-dlvlslon 01 parts of lota 208, 209 and 313, G. I, (0), Slmllkameen district  10      1  to -J      S      Ti. V<"J'.V.'  N. 07 ft. ."  ami ft  Name of Person Assessed  Short Description of Properly  < o  c- v  C   41  := x  OH.  V.  ���-���1  3   ��  c/JUU  LANDS IN SIMILKAMEEN DIVISION OF VALE DISTRICT  Cardcn, Ellen 13   Temple, Mrs. A. M   Miller, Matthew   McAdnui, L   Watson, Charles W   McRnc Copper  Company   Addinglon, Hon.   II. 11   Oliver,   W '.   Chris.ten.sen, Mark   Lane, C. E. etal   Johnson, Ole   Lnurctl,  Joseph   lohnson and Anderson   Sears, J. D. and C. F   .Morrison,  Mrs. Jennie   Anderson, John   MoNeice Alex   part lot 312, Ci. 1 (O) 50x100..  part lot 519,  G. 1 (O)   part lot 535, G,   1  (O)   pait lot 536, G.   1  (O)   lot 603,  G.  1  (O)   pail lot 620, G.   1  (O)   part 101653, G.   1  (O)   part lot 690, G,   1  (O)   ��� "1  (O)   *S3i  .  ���*  &'<  ' *  V,Wi  ��  '       >*''*$  **   ���%  fp:  J-LffiW* ��',  v*r   ��� f>  ~   ��* f ^  -*.     1  '  '.'  Manly, L.   A   Barnes, H.   D   .Manly,  L. A .'.  .Manly,  L. A   Alanlr,  L. A   Manly,  L. A   Manly,  L. A   Manly,   L. A   Manly, L. A   Manly,  L. A   Kiri'hncr,   Ella   Klenian,  Andrew....  Horner, Samuel   rreniblay,   Jos   Gilmour, John   Webb,  A. C ,  Mclnlyre, Murdock.  The Force of the Attack* Ware Measured by Hia Appetite.  In the late eighteenth century a Dr.  Moore was tutor to the young Duke  of Hamilton of those days, whom he  accompanied on the usual continental  tour.   The duke was then eighteen and  was susceptible to feminine charms.  Bte had Just fallen a victim  to the  black eyes of a"'married lady, when Dr.  Moore'made this report to the youthful peer's mother:  "This is the third passion the duke  has had since we crossed the sen. They  generally affect his appetite, and I can  make a pretty good guess at the height  of his love*by the victuals he refuses  to eat    A slight touch of love puts  him  immediately  from  legumes  and  all kinds of Jardlnage.   If it arises a  -��� degree higher be turns tip his nose at  fricassees and ragouts.    Another de-  1 gree and he will rather go to bed sup-'  perless than taste plain roasted veal  or poulets of any sort   This Is the ut-  - , most length his passion has ever come  1   ��� hitherto, for when he was at the court  with  Mile.  Marchenville,  though she  '"put him entirely from greens, ragouts  and veal,' yet she made no impression  on bis .roast beef or mutton appetite.  . ,.   He fed plentifully upon those in spite  ,"'" ot, her charms.    I intend to make a  " ^thermometer for  the  duke's   passion  ' * witb four degrees���(1) greens, (2) fric  ,asseegfond ragouts, (3) roast veal and I ^orris'> V'h''V;���  .fowIs,TW plain roast mutton or beef-   ggft, *, ^Ving  ,and If ever the mercury mounts as   A   tnwail, Phil.. .  "high as the last I shall think the case   Brown, Marietta  alarming."���Argonaut  pari lot 931, G.  part lot 970, G.   1 '(O)  I lot 970, G.   1  (O)   part lot 1012,   G. 1 (O)   part lot 1196,  G. 1  (O)   part lot 1480,  G. 1  (O)   part lot 1699,  G. 1  (O)   lot 2910, G. 1 (O)   W. part of W. part lot 125S  SUB-DIVISION OF PART OF LOTS 152, 153 AND 181, 0R0UP I (0)  HiihscyE llot 10, block 2':  |      10.       | 9 7 20   |  SUB-DIVISION OF PART OP LOT 534, 0. 1, (0), ftlAP 75  Ployart, J. L jblock 2  I 1.       \ U 3 Co  Ployart, J. I Not  15.. :.... | 1.       ! 9��  SUB-DIVISiON OF PART OF LOT 700, 0. I (0), MAP 38  j!26 40  10.00  lO  80  1,5(T.oo  90  OO  27'- -  90 OO  3-'o.  15 ��o  1.  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I, (0), Slmllkameen dl&lrlct  'Lnivn, John  |   I and A  |     15   |    S        00   |    S     OS   |    $     05   |      $1 tH.1  Chrlatliiu Townslte, Mop 50, being a sub-dlvlslon of pari lot 31 7, G. I, (0)���Slmllkameen district  5      37     I   ��2   OO     I   $   9   57  Is:: I  !?1   00  1  00  $ 4 7-  i  94   lots 3 and 4,  blocks  S 3'6o   .*. lot 2, block 4  1  20    lot 3, block 4  1  80    lols 2 and 3,  block 7  3 60    lots 1 and 2,  block 8  3 60    lols 1 and 2, block 9  2 70   lols 1 and 2,  block 10     lots 3 and 4, block   14     lots 3 and 4, block   15 ,     lols 3 and 4. block  16 '..    lols 2, 3 and 4, block 21     block 37 j        S.S5    I      4  C. & W. RAILWAY SUBSIDY LANDS, SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT  3 60  80  80  39  09  '9  39  39  29  29  39  ��9  29  29  Si  OO  S 4 99  1  OO  2 29  1  OO  2 99  1  OO  4 99  1  OO  4 99  1  OO  3 99  1  OO  3 99  1  OO  4 99  1  OO  3 99  1  OO     '  3 99  1  OO  2 89  2  OO     j  7 05  Sliickland,  W. E  Sanders, llallie, J   Unknown   Unknown   Robbins, Clias. P   Prai.sun,  Nils   Unknown '.   Bortois, J. A '.   Unknown   McKay, John G   Unknown   Pokorncy,  P.   11   Pierce, P.   and Sullivan,  Jns,.  Unknown ,   Unknown ,   Unknown   Martin, Jos.   L   Strickland, A.   W   Eughind,  Oscar...7   Pokorney,   F.   H   ;>..  ���I and  'A   It   10   II   10   !) and  K'.....  I lo A, 810  0 and  7   ���1   2, -land -I...,  A ami 0   7'iind 8   II and   12....  10, II and L  S and il   7  lo  10   -I and 5   Oi 7 and 8..  1   10..  1  11  A  5  ti  0  S  II  tl  10  11'  II  11  11  32  13  10  17  17  IS  S  :is  sub-lot 1A of lot 2700.  part lot 2701   sub-loi 4 of Iol 2701   ;sub-lot u of lot  2704....  sub-lot 11 of lot 2701....  ' 160.45  3j6.5  156.21  - 224.9G  S'-6.S  Si 20 00  6 00  8 00  9 OO  I 80  $  $1  05  $2   OO  3'  2   OO  3*  43  2   OO  47  2   OO  09  2   OO  fc23 05  8 3'  '�� 75  n 47  3 S9  Chenoweth, W.  Bolhwcll, A. C...  McLaren, John...  McLaren, Harry  Kerby, F.  M   Hambly, John   Graham, J.  D   Homann, H. J ....  SI 00  1 00  1 0U  1,00  1 00  1 00  1 00  I 00  I 00  I 00  I 00  I 00  I 00  I 00  1 W  1 00  1 00  I 00  1 00  x 00"  Deadwood townslte, Map 73, being a sub.division of part lot 620, 6. I, (0), Slmllkameen District  1 70  1 35  1 20  35  1 35  1 17  I  12  ���IS  1  70  1 35  2 40  1 1X1  1  70  1 70  2 4 SI  1 70  4S  50  2 -10  1 00  23  II  14  00  11  14  21  33  I'll  II  30  2(1  2(1  37  20  37  12  10  (VI  27  26  10  03  :��)  27  57  11  110  30  57  110  02  02  57  14  I   $    1   73  3  1  H.  IS   15   II   i2...: .-  �� and  10..  Gnnd  0   S  0  13  13  14  15  10  17  S   1  80  (50  1 SO  1 20  1 50  10 00  1 20  ���i 40  8 1 05  3 93  1 97  37  02  IS  13  as  59  07  70  si 00  I 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  Name of Person Assessed  Short Description of Properly  Luis  Rlk.  Dh  o ���"  �� 2  2i3  �� o  01   D  ^"2 f,  u   C  0J  o rt -2  , = �� ��  "ox  MOW  ANACONDA T0WNSITE, BEING A SUB-DIVISION OF SEC. 32, TP. 70, SIM1LKAMEEN DISTRICT, MAP 24  Keighlley, Ewing....  Hickey, Pat .:   Paytizzo, Vincenzzo..  ��� Kay, Mark ,  l*isk, Frank R   fCt-ightley, Ewing-....  / Fisk, Frank R    /Cunningham,  A   1 Kane, Thomas   (No  0    10 and 11..  x7.'.'.'.'.'..'.'.'.'.  n   14   (i   Chas. H_  Pawning Bank Bills.  "Pawnbrokers don't think much of  ���ten dollar bills as pledges," said the  city salesman. "I saw a man pawn  one the other day  for $6.50.   When  'asked why he didn't spend his $10 instead of soaking it for a little more  than half the amount-no explained that  he wanted to beep that particular bill.  Twice before he had tried to keep a  certain bill by giving it as security to  a friend who had so many bills that he  wouldn't need to spend that particular  one, but both times the friend got his  , money mixed and the keepsake was  - 'lost after alL This time he depended  ,   ' upon the pawnbroker to tide him over  To pawn money struck me as a very  curious proceeding, but the broker assured me that It is frequently done by  people who attach a sentimental value  ' to a particular bill or coin."���New York  '     Sun.          The Unicorn.  * 1    Chinese annals of   great   antiquity  - ,��ontain numerous detailed accounts  ,' of the supposedly fabulous unicorn.  \,Jn which the descriptions are identi-i  \ cal with those handed down from the  ��m.earliest times   in the   mythology or  - '^'occidental countries. From this it is  - 'inferred that at some tune in the re-,  ~';snote past there actually did exist a  C, *f single horned equine or cervine ani-  "mal-of some sort.  She   Knew   Him.  jfc*  I-*v  1  I--*"  H  [-'���    "i  K  ft  f* *  Al,  -K'  1; n   f  1  C n She���You know, Harry, 80 far as 1  runm concerned, I am only too happy  -*=it�� become your wife, but my father.  , "r<you know-r  *%[ iHe���But what has your father got  rrv> do with it? Your father hasn't got  *^ |;*o live with me.  ,j.   She-^- No, Harry,-but you may have  -���to live with father, you knaw.  i *t   i-1    .����                             *"  /               Tho Sorrowing Neighbor.  Jf "Say, John, yer haven't been over ter  rimy home since my birthday gatherln',  - iest a year u^o termorrer."  ''V"it ain't that  I   have hard feelln's  ivag'In you, but you have so confounriod  Jinany things what belongs ter me thai  'When   I   come it  kind  o'   makes   me  I jhomeslck."���Pittsburg Times.  Js ..   ' ���   ,?-'   '-   ,     Mistaken Identity.  ^Walking   down   St.   .Tames'   street  ?tora Chelmsford was  accosted  by a  Btrangor, who exclaimed, "Mr. Blrcb,  'l believe?*  gv'-IfSyou  believe that. sir. you'll  be  Hiive anything." replied the ex-cbun  'ctllor 'ns bo passed on.���"A Book About  Xawyers," by Jeafferson  7   , * ' A Woman's Compliment.  ,'^-1 admire your hair, dear."  -'" "Thanks."  'V ,-"But isn't it a good deal of trouble  ,4or'fln<l  that  peculiar  shade  in   the  ���flriops?*'���Washington Herald.  Smilli,   Dan   Lonticr,  Leon   Lontier, Leon   Garland, M and   McLcnaghan J   Garland, INI and   McLenaghan J   Neitzcl,  Elizabeth   Garland, T. A   Pralt, William A..'. -.   Kains, Thomas   Moran, A   Johnson and Tye   Kane, Julia A   Kane, Julia A   Johnson and Tye   Birnie, Maud   Kcightley, Ewing   Hardy, Thomas   Hartman,- Oscar.   Kcightley,   Ewing   Keighlley,   Ewing   Lonticr,  Leon   Kerby, F. M   Morin, A   Morris,  Michael....'   Hooper, C.  S   Estate McClelland, Samuel  Stevens, John C   Kane, Julia A   Berger, M   Boycr, Owen  ,  Gnbcrich,  M   Omni, John   Hooper, C S   Dunn, John   Fumasoli and I'atroni..   Garland.  T. A -   Webb, Thomas   B. C. Loan & Savings Co..  Fraser, Alex   Kane, Julia A   Carlson,  Chas A   McGuire, A. J   McGuire,  A. J   Willi.-un.son, John   Williamson, John   Gailand,  Mary   Garland, Mary   Garland,  Mary   Garland,  Mary ���'.   Garland,  Mary   Garland,  Mary   Garland,  Mary   Garland, Mary   Garland,  Mary   Garland,  Mary........   Garland,  Mary..   Garland,  Mary   Garland, Mary v...  Garland, Mary..................  Garland,  Mary ;...  Garland   Mary   Garland,. Mary. ;   Garlatrd, Mary..................  Garland,  Mary  ..:..:..,  Garland,  Mary............   Garland,  Mary....   Garland, Mary............   Garland j  Mary..................  Garland,  Mary.....   Garland,  Mary ........;....  Garland,  Mary  Sand !)   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R.  Gu.stafson, Axel..  Cunningham, J.  Denoro townslte. Map 103, being a sub-dlvlslon of part lot 1568. G. I, (0). Slmllkameen district  10.,  4-   12 and  13...  9  13  18  S       30  19 60  30  i 44  S     01  4 33  01  SI 00  1 00  1 00  Eholt townslte. Map 71, being a sub-dlvlslon of part lot 1223, G. I, (O), Slmllkameen district  McLeod, Laughlin..  Torney, W.'S   Tebo, Michael    Bellman and Johnson ,  Eholt  Trading  Company   Stewart, Alex   Tebo, Michael    Bailey, E   Rice, L". M   John,  R.   II *.   Craddock,  Bruce   Shrapnel,  J.-H *...-.'...  Fahey, Lawrence and Albert...  Packard, C. S   Christians-on,   Jacob....'   Rice,   L.    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S   Desantel,  Arthur   Matheson, Neil   Lewis, F.   II   O'Farrell,   Thomas...  Mclnnes, A   McLnugliian,  D   Loftus, J   Nicholson, Geo   Gloster City lownslle, being a sub-division of Part lot 3C72, 0. I, (O), Slmllkameen District  1....  10.,  10..  and 4..  10..  5....  1  /  7  S  S  8  8  10  S  ���>  70  0  70  ���>  70  0  25  ���>  25  1  50  1  50  ���>  25  1  SO  ���1  25  1  50  1  80  1  50  30  30  30  12  12  25  20  25  12  14  12  SI 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  - 1 00  1 00  4 Oil  4 00  4 00  :> 50  3 .30  2 02  2 02  3 50  3 00  3 50  2 62  2 91  2 02  McNee's Addition to Grand Forks, Map 128, being a sub-division of part lot 383, C. I, (O), Slmllkameen district  Rashleigh, Waller :   Holland, Ella J   Holland, Ella J   Anderson, Carl   Andcrton, Carl   14, 15 and 10..  1   to 13   1, 2 ami 3 ,  1  to 8 ,  1 to"   90  9 75  2 25  4 SO  4 20  00  1 71  47  83  74  SI 00  I 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  S    1 90  12 40  3 72  G 63  5 94  Henderson's Addition to Grand Forks, Map 156, being a sub-division of part of lot 382, G. I, (0). Similkameen district  12 and V,:  1 lo 7   1-2 lo 17...  <l  10  10  30  1 05  90  1  2 00  O'Brien, E. H   Nelson, Robert   O'Brien, E. H_   Smelter Addition to Grand Forks, Map 40, being a sub-division of part lot 495, G  01  25  04  SI 00  I 00  1 OO  *  1 31  5 20  1 94  I, (0), Slmllkameen district  Unknown   Oppenheimer, Joseph.  Unknown   7 and 1:5   1 and 2   13 and 1 1...  10  15  15  70  75  70  50  07  30  SI 00  1 00'  1 00  Manly, L.  Manlv, L.  .Manly, L.  Manly & Ruckle's Addition to Orand Forks, Map 108, being a sub-dlvlslon of part lot 534, 011, (0), Slmllkameen district  A...,  A...  A....  I (o 0....  I to 1....  S to 14...  31  37  5 40  3 15  5 So  -lo  46  si 00  1 00  1 00  4 20  1 82  3 00  li 83  4 40  7 31  Sloper,   Mis.   Nettii  Rodgers,   T.   I   McLellan,  Norman.  Fallen, John O   Logan, Robert   Baker, Wilfred   Ruckle's Addition to Grand Forks, Map 36, being a sub-divlsloo of part lot 534, 0. I, (0), Slmllkanicea dUtrict  *li  13 and  14..  1 I and  1,3.  0   7  to  10....  2 and 3   12  lfi  16  21  GO  4 20  11 40  90  4 35  6 GO  05  SI 00  $    1 05  30  1 00  5 50  10  1 00  17 SO  03  1 00  1 93  33  1 OO  5 07  30  1 00  7 96  Elkhorn Addition to Green wood. Map 62, being a sub-dlvisloo ot lot (18, G. I, (0), Slinllkamcea district  Boundary Elkhorn Mining Co., Ltd  boundary Elkhorn Mining Co., Lid.  Gray, J.   P.   Myers   Boundary Elkhorn Mining Co., Ltd  Boundary Elkhorn Mining Co., Ltd  Boundary Elkhorn Mining Co., Ltd.  Kerr J, McDonell T & Mclnlyre, RM  Boundary Elkhorn Mining Co., Ltd.  Boundary Elkhorn Mining Co., Ltd.  Boundary Elkhorn Mining  Co., Ltd.  ComstOck, Rose   Boundary Elkhorn Mining Co., Ltd.  Boundary Elkhorn Mining Co., Lid.  Boundary Elkhorn Mining Co., Ltd.  Boundary Elkhorn Mining Co., Ltd.  Boundary Elkhorn Mining:'Co., Lid.  I   2 to 12    I to (i   I to   12   13, 14 and 15   1 lo 2-1    1  to   17 .'.  4 lo 12.   13.....:   14   1  to 20   1   lo 18   1  lo II   1  4  6  0  7  8  9  9  0  10  11  12  13  4 90  1 72  1 39  9 57  5 22  11 Ot  2 01  20 88  14 79  7 83  1 39  87  17 40  15 66  7 83  1 39  S 1  22  33  20  2 15  1 50  '2 77  66  4 69  3 31  1 -79  26  16  3 92  3 53  1 79  25  $1 00  1 00  1 0f>  1 00  1 f0  1 03  . 1 00  1 00  I 00  1 .00  1 00  I 00  1 00  1 (X)  I OO  1 00  Long Lake townslte, Map 65, being a sub-dlvlslon ol part lot 860, 0.1, (0), Slmllkameea district  Cameron,   Geo.   A.........  Peterson, Peler  W.........  Lawler, Adeline A   Lawler, Adeline A    Mahon, Gilbert....,........;.  McCbnnell,   Maud ,  I and 2.  3. .....  15.........  0 and 7..  ���15.....;...  3 and 4..  S    I  I  50  25  I 25  1 50  75  1 ,30  29  21  21  29  07  29  Midway townslte, Map 3, being a sub-division of part lot 501, 0.1, (O), Simllkimeen district  Unknown ..'   Gordon, \V. L. C   Unknown 1......  Jeldness and Goodeve ,.  Gordon, W. L.-'C.-..���.....:.  Russell, J   Pc'-trson,   Nils...............  Lowson, J. G.   F   Barton, F. W ;.........  Ronald,   William.....   j Nelson, J. W   [ Fetroux, Jean   I Jeldness and Goodeve ...  BOUNDARY PALLS T0WNSITE, SMELTER ADDITION, MAP 90, BEING A SUB-DIV. OP PART LOT 1012, Q. I, (0), SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT |s?ewa'rt! J" \\\!��.^.T...'.  ANACONDA, WESTERN ADDITION, MAP 97, BEING A SUB-DIV. OP PART SEC 32. TP. 70, SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT  Garland, Mary;....;......;.......:........ 11,2, 3, 4, 0,7 and 8......M    U   I    S    4 20   I    S     60   I-   S 1 02   I      $1 00   I S  Garland, Mary....;..............;.;.:..... I  1 to 4 and 7 to 10........... |    12; I 4 92   I 03   |        1  24   | I 00   |  ANACONDA, CAPITAL PRIZE ADDITION, MAP 115, BEING A SUB-DIV. OP PART LOT 914 G. I, (0) SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT  Nelson.O   120  | ;   4   |    5    2 20   |   ���!?     27.   |    S      71    |      ��1 00   |  9  G 82  7 70  4 24  Ethel,   ���  N  * *.  ^  - So Gentle and Nice.  ^ 'Ton have no idea," said  fed*v"my poor head hurts me."  -��$V?eU," jBOid her friend, "why don't  you fake your fialr off nnd rest It?"���  Sadies''Home JonrnaL  -���iv'"V  Cruse, J.  C    Williams,  Bert   Williams, G. M   Craig, W.   W   Lewis, E. O.   Hopkins, Alfred N. A.  Craig, W.  W   Lewis, E. O   Boyd,  Ernest   Collins, Amelia   Shannon, J. J.  Unknown �� ������ I 4  ::::f  5 and 6   <l   U   15 and 10..  1, 2 and 3 ..  19   1 and 2   3   Hand lo....  20   3   1  ��   ���-���::  S 5 52  I  1 20  14  1  1 50  1-  15 00  2 14  ���>  103 00  14 55  3  42  4  '   1 SO  14  -I  ���1 50  73  5  1 80  42  f>  1 50  79  6  3 00  1 58  6   j  30  80  09  07  2 77  1(1 Ol  02  21  58  12  40  80  SI 00  1 00  .1 00  ] 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  32  2 43  2 57  20 91  MO 19  1   14  3 15  6 ��1  3 34  3 69  6 38  1 30  Kwong, Joe   Mace, E,....   Eldridge, Herbert...   Haiii, Ed. A., Eslate   Jeldness and  Goodeve........  Sau'nicr, M...   Whiteside, G., Estate   Jeldness anil Goodeve........  Werner, Conrad   Hardy, Thomas   McRae Bros, and   Smith......  Hardy, Thomas. ,  18.....   11 and 12...  IS.....   1 and 2.   7 and 8   il   a   1 and 2   15 and 10   ...........  20 and 21      o.��  ,; ,",,.  I'M ami iM���      U and ]���>....,....,.  ,,,,,.,,,.,  10    ,  *>���>,, ,,     21.....   ....���  a   11 and 12..   ...........  15 and 10...........  ...........  4   ..�������......  i*J..   .,   24 :���   ,,,.,.   11  f   S   1-10  3     50  S     33  15  1 50  11  16  1 40  50  ����r>  17  4 20  2 25  1 02  17  2 10  ':         18  17  8.40  1 22  17  45  02  18  2 85  30  18  ISO  35  05  19  1 20  25  12  19  10 40  1 97  3 53  19  :   1 27  11  19  ���   420  2 23  1 02  ''0  -..- 4 20  2 25  1 02  24  .47  .03  24  4 80\  40  *r>5  2 40  13  '"(>  .....:     84  4 10  27  '��)  2 10  26  30  3 60  1 SI  82  ?,'>.  25  01  3'*  5 40  1  13  52  33  2 70  1  31  59  33  4 70  1 34  1 2C  33  16 87  95  33  I  1 25  06  34  j  1 75  09  $1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  $1 00  I 00  1 00  1 00  :    t 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  ���1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  roo  1 00  1-00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  ���1 00  i 7 18  3 05  2 65  12 72  7 78  15 41  4 27  26 07  19 10  10 62  ���2 65  2 03'  22 32  20 19  10 62  2 64  2 79  2 46  2 46  .2 79  1 82  2 79  2 61  .3 23  8 47  :3/28  10 62  1 47  4 21  1 70  2 57  111 90  2 38  8 45  8 47  1 60  0 20  3 53  6 21  3 30  7 23 ���  1 20  8 05  5 60  8 30  18 82  2 31  2 84- THE PIONEER, PHOENIX  ���"-':'���''���:.'/������ ���:'.{  Name of Person Assessed  Short Description of Property  Lot s  Rlk  '���SS  "o  "  u,"J  3s  ��� vs  K ��  5 v  Statutory  Costs and  Expenses  ��  Annandale, J.   H   Smith, James   P   Bush, Susan    Turner, J.   A   Mucuuley and Keighlley   Grouse, C.   M   Lundy aud Huin   Gully, T. M. and Smiih, E. F   Gully & Co   Gully, T. M. and Smiih, E. F   Rickard, S. 11   Griffiths, Ollle J   Pearson, Nils ���...','?,  Hodgson, R. T   Houston, W. C   Lynch, James   Pearson,  Nils   Lyall, I*. audClegliorivJ. P   Sullivan, John, Estate '..,..  Bush,   Susan   Wickliam,  C   I Iain, Ed. A., Estate   l.ow.son, J. G. F   Ricktird, S. B. and  McNichol, Jas...  Riekard, O. B. aud G. H   Jeldness and  Goodeve   Kerby, V.  M ���   Giiffilhs, OllieJ   Newcombe. W.   E   Puterson, Alex   Griffiths, Ollie J   Waugh, Andrew    Kerby, F. M   3, 4 and 5...  8   11 and 12...  I und 2   3   lilandiiO.'.!  W.  is' 21...  23   24   15 and 10...  20 and 21..  5 and 6   9 and 10....  19 and 20...  II and 12...  13 and 14...  1.3   21 and 22...  I   HI   23 ,  35  35  35  30  30  36  36  36  36  30  37  37  40  41  43  41  44  41  41  45  15  4.3  ���111  Hand  10 1    46  11 and  12..  23 and 24   19 and 20   22, 23 and^iM...  20   15 und Hi   17   5 and 6   4G  48  48  51  51  56  59  59  71  * 42 40  -75  12 50  1 20  (I 90  5 40  90  75  4 80  6 90  1 20  1 20  12 50  25 00  3 GO  1 35  17 50  3 9(1  1  40  80  12 00  51 GO  9 3d  3 00  0 GO  90  12 00  15 (Xl  90  1 50  1 50  S 9 49  2 75  3 58  I 54  3 21  65  2 78  5 55  99  3 88  2 65  1 13  1 11  4 10  3 64  1 54  2 75  33  70  63  *13 02  03  *      15  3 42  09  2 01  2 00  01  ���03  26  1 64  07  07  3 01  7 24  51  07  5 13  S7  06  48  19  1 74  2 48  2 31  70  52  04  1 01  $1 t>0  1 00  1 00  I  </J  ' I 00  I  00  00  Oil  00  HO  00  00  0(1  m  00  oo  00  00  00  00  0<i  00  I   (Ml  1 00  $ 66 51  1 78  3 90  20 50  2 29  11 48  14 61  I  91  1 78  0 ��i(i  12 19  2 27  2 27  19 89  38 79  6 HI  2 42  27 51  8 42  2  III  1 119  2 09  74  18  IM  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  0O  BrouniKeld, Grace..  Mills, F. M. and Graves, T.  McEltnon, H. R   Low son, J. G, K   Mldwiy South towmlle. Map 42, being ub'dlvltlon part lot 501, G. I, (0), Sloillkameea district  M..  12.  13.  1  18  23  23  S   2 10  1 SO  5 40  2 10;  $  1 54  75  49  14  1  27  26  Niagara lowaalle, Mip 53, belag a subdivision of part lot 317, G. I. (0), Slmllkfniteo district  Unknown   Haulier, W.  G   Hlant-lu'lte. Octave X   Seymour, G. I*.    Joyce,  Pal   Matti,   Christopher   White,   Ed   Unknown   Seymour, G. E   Unknown   Couture, Ed   Mickey,.Pat   Unknown '   Kales, C. J   Diiscoll, John P   Hicks, D. W   McDonald,  T   Lutidgren, Richard   Johnson, J.   K ,  l.undgren,  Richard   McCarter & Son   Couture,   Henry   Unknown.."   Simpson, J. M   Seymour, G. E     Ross, Duncan   Unknown   Guess and Forster   Smart and Guess, G. A...  Unknown   Collins, G. II   Livingstone, L. M   Munstou and Stothers   Shipley, Geo .". .  Kempl, W. V   Ernst,   Louis   Sevmour, G. E   Smiih, B. B   Sutherland, A. A   Wilde, C   Mills, D.  G   Macdonnld, Joe   Lindsay,  James   Carl and Bertha   Jones, R. I)   "'    D   D   D   D   D   ��   D   D   D   D   D   .;.. i   i  i  JotU-.K,  Jones,  Jones,  Jones,  Jones,  Jom-s,  Jones,  Jones,  Jones,  Jones,  R  R.  R.  R.  R.  R.  R.  R.  R.  R.  Jones,   R.  9, 10 and 11...  12   Oand 8   12   3   4   6, 7 nnd 8 . ..  9. II and 12,,  10   I and 2   3 and  12...'.-  7, 8 and 13...  9aud  11   10 .".   15   16   11   13   II and  12....  3   5   6   7 and   14   8   9, 10 and 11..  12   13   15 and  16.. . ���  1, 2 and 3   4   6   S............  13   II   15   16   It, 4 and 5....  .1 ���>   .1 9 lo 16     .| 1.2, 3, 4,0, 7, 8..  j 9 to a   .j  13 10 16   .   4. Hand 14   10   (I.  10 and 1.4 to 16..  2 and  4   0 to 12   5 to 8   1. 2, Oand 8   1 and 4 lo 8   Phoenix, (Iraoby Addition, being sub-division of parls lols 8*4. 912, 933 ind 589, G. I, (0), Slmilkaaieeo district  Larson, Gust   Shea, Eugene P   Pickard, W.  A   Tufts,  Sarah   Jones,  William   Tufts, Sarah   Summers,   James....  Williams,   William...  N. yi 9 and 10   S.  Ki Hand 10   4..'   5 and 6   Sand 10..  14 and W.  16   X K.  ��J  $    1 35  ���>  4 05  *>  1  15  3  2 30,  :i  1 75  -l  I          1 35  ���> "���,  4  !         0 05.  ���   4  ;          2 85-  O  '          2 70  5  GO  o  !          4 65  o  !         2 30  0  i          1 35  o  )         2 oo  0  !         1 75  6  '        1 on  6  i         1 35',  i  1         1 20 ���  8  1 35  8  1 35  8  3 35  8  1 75  8  I 90  S  i         1 '75  8  5 25  8  50  S  1 95  8  3 10  1)  4 05  9  4 15'  9  U    iO  i)  1 75  ���1  1 75-  9  1 75  ',)  1 35 '  <i  2 55  9  2 65    j  9  I  75  11  4 25  11  1 75  12  !  75  12  4  15  1  i           2 40  v>  ���         2 10  It  '                 90  4  1 20  o  IK)  6  50  /  1 SO  8  6i*  !��  1  20  10  1   20  11  1   20  12    I  1 So  i 894.  m, 933 ��� nd 58  27  $  15 60  27  12 on.  31  2 40  31  7 20  31  6 00  31  S -10  31  4 :m  31  3 (��>  16  46  1.3  31  15  16  15  46  40  15  30  15  46  31  15  16  15  16  16  31  16  15  15  15  SO  16  40  16  15  31  40  16  lo  16  14  16  15  16  i5  it;  46  16  14  16  HO  52  23  30  22  or  4-5  13  30  30  28  4-3  I 63  18  6!l  51  25  90.  ! 06  85  51  i��5  05  57  67  25  03  51  14  25  18  25  1 00  I 00  1 (XI -  ��1 00  1 (1(1  :   i  1 o,  51  40  51  1 51  01  03  77  1 63  2 09  n    19  u    l.J  51  51  51  25  1 03  1 03  51  1'75  ���31  51  2 09  24  2<)  0t)  12  09  04  IS  0:3  12  12  11  00  00  00  00  00  00  (10  1 00  I HO  I IK)  I to  1  00  1 no  1 00  1 00  t IK I  1  00  i oo  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  l Oo  1 00  I 00  1 00  1 00  I 00  1 0i)  1 00  1 00  1 Oo  00  0('l  00  00  00  00  0t)  00  I 00  1  00  100  1 00  1   00  1 00  1 00  I  00  I (1(1  1 0"  I  00  I 00  1 00  1  00  J 05  1 02  13  71  05  82  -II  30  i\ 00  I 00  I 00  i Oil  I no  1 00  1 0(1  I 00  Pboeaix. New York Addition, Map 58, being a sub-dlvlslon of lot 901, G. I, (0). Slmllkaraeeo district  Jackson,   August   Summers,   James   Unknown   Sakrinson, Salmon ...  Unknown   Weiland, William   ] and 2   -4 nnd 5   1 and  2 *.  i>  I and 2   4   10  16  $ 16 00  7 20  1 50  7 2()  1 50  00  Oo  79  2-1  62  24  02  SI  00  i oo  1  00  1    00  1 00  I   IK)  'Moore, Hnlda.. .  McGillis,   lliifjh.  Pbcenlx, Golden Eagle Addition, being a sub-dlvlslon pari lot 921, 0. I, (0), Similkaraecn district  and  2 I       1    I    5    7 20   I I    S      84   I      81  00  1 Cm  1  20  20  84  10  14  17  10 2.3  0 21  10 S7  1 04  14 04  23 7(1  1 111  3 47  3 25  5 13  3 f.9  7 07  <����� ....  1    2 76  7  14  2 4S  '   I  III I  3 41  2 76  4 4(1  11 .37  5 II!  3 41  -I  -.1.3  1 SI l  7 OS  -I  28  2 75  4 74  3 41  2 :|n  2 76  2 09  2 76  2 75  G 07  3 -II  3 GO  3 -12  8 22  1 70  3 73  .  5 18  s  7 14  7 40  10 ("��  3 42  :����� 40  3 42  2 75  4 74  ���I 7:'.  3 42  7 46  3 42  :', 40  7 40  4 21.  . 3 82  ' ���> .>���>  2 02  2 21  I 111  :! -13  1 78  2 02  2 62  2 -3! I  3 42  S  IS 2-3  14 112  3 5:;  s hi  7 6-5  10 22  .5 '.17  4 90  20 5:*,  8 99  2 74  8 S2  2 74  1  62  9 Hi  2 30  Summlt fowositr, Map 79, being a sub-division of lots 1557 aud 2065, 0.1. (0), Slmllkameen district  Wiseman, Emma   Sutton, A. C   To we,  William   MeC-uarrie, M. II   Mitchell, J.   B   Towns, C. II   Girouv,  Alfred   Buker, William   Sweeny,  Hugh   Silverstone, P.  A   Morris, Kate   Morris,  Michael   Morrison, Kenneth J   McQuarrie, M. H   Munro, D.  IX.   Stevenson,   Eric   Ilerthelol,  Clias   Marriott, II. II   Hulcheson, J. and Jone��, Jas.  Hodson, J.  II   McQuarrie, M. II   Spenee, John   D   Anderson,  Archibald   McGregor, M...   Wiseman, Emma   Berlhelol, Clias   Naden and  lUlh'tt   Onion, Alex   Ernst, Louis   Falconer, A. E !...  Sulton, A,  C   McKay, J. G   Sutton, A. C   Hallett and  Shaw   Paul, C. Fred K   McKay. J. G   Wiseman, Emma   Eraser, Alex   W   Holland, T.  \V   Knight, Lois.   Sutton, A. C   DesBrisay, D. J .'..  Wiseman, Emma   Cayley, H.St. O.   Clark, G. D ���. -..  Clark, G. D   Cunningham, Chas   Miller and Tilley   Miller and Tilley   Miller and Tilley   Miller and Tilley   Miller and Tilley   Miller and Tilley   Miller and Tilley       Miller and Tilley    Miller and Tilley   Miller anil Tidey   Miller and Tillev   Millet and Tilley   Miller and Tilley   Miller and Tilley   Miller and Tilley   Miller and Tilley   Miller and Tilley   Miller and Tilley   Miller and Tilley   .1 18...  .��� 12. 1  .    14   15 and  17.  .    16   .'  18 aud  19.  ��� I 20   .   21   .    13   15 anil  16.  ,    17   ,    18   .   21   .: 23   .,  I and 2...  3 lo 20...  4..  12..  11 anil  14..   21   23 and 24   I and 2   5 and  0   !)   10 to 13. 21 Ik 26..  il   10 anil   II   II ami   12   19 and 20   i lid  to  21   to 24   ���s!.'   i   ���>.    . _ i    \o.'.'.".'..������   10 ;��� ������ ...  7 and S     9   17 and  18   3 and 4   10, 11 and 12   1 and 2.       17 ami   ' ->   3 and  4   4 to 12 and N*. ,��......  1, 2 and 6 to 12   1,2. 5. 0,9, 10, 19lo24  :;, 4, 15 to 18,21, 22   7 and 8   25 and 26   I, 2, 6 to 12   1 and 2   7, 8,  10 to 19   9 to 10. 19, 20, 23,  24..  23  and   24   13 to 16, 19 and 20   13to 18, 20 to 24   II, 12, 17 lo 24   2. 7.8. 10, II,   12   11, 12. 22,23, 24   1, 2, 16, 10, 19 and 20...  3,4,7,8,19,20,22   F  f   S    1 39  24  i         7 18  !          1 55  25  2.5  1          1 60  25  3 (11  25  !             50  25  !         3 61  25  !         3 61  34  !         3 61  34  i          3 S2  31  1 61  31  !          1 61  34  i              25  34  1 3d  34  j      , 3 61  35  j          I  60  35  1          1 30  35  j          2 41  35  !          1  61  35  1          5 46  35  1          1  �����  35  !              75  11.3  !           1 62  37  ;         7' 0(1  l��i  2  14  37  1  30  37  !           !l   13  :is  3 09  38  3 90  39  i           6 26  39  2 CM  10  1   60  -II  11 ->i  43  1  25  43  2 23  45  1 30  15  1  47  45  3 03  45  3 <)3  45  2 23  46  2 06  46  50  46  1  94  47  5 06  07  1 82  74  1 40  77  1  74  B  2 28  5  a 78  6  n oo  j  12 00  9  8 00  12  2 28  13  2 28  17  !l on  18  2 28  :!7  6 (V)  49  12  12  50  1   70  51  <> on  .33  11 00  54  10 00  oO  6 00  57  5 00  59  0 00  0*   1  70S   J  2 56  02  04  4-1  30  36  01  23  79 \  36 i  41 I  23    |  OS  ������ On  3 44  50  23  3 30  1   17  1 5S  2 93  87  32  I  IHI  21  ' 71  ��� ��*.��  30  1   19  1 10  71  87  04  47  2 20  56  24  39  55  ���1 91  2 98  3 08  2 61  5-3  2 98  M  1 m  4 04  I  iui  3 62  3 30  1 96  1  62  1 96  2 S4  si no  1    (HI  i hi  I On  1 00  1  00  I w  I 00  I 00  I no  1   I.KI  1 on  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  i oo  I 00  1 00  I  00  I I'M)  1 (XJ  I (X)  I 00  1 00  I 00  I 00  I OO  I 00  I 00  I w  I   00  ) 00  I 00  1 011  1 00  1 00  1 (X)  1 00  1 00  1 OO  I   00  1 0)  I on  1 Oi)  i 00  I 00  I   00  1 00  1 00  I    00  I on  i. oo  1 150  I IK)  I 00  I no  I 00  I no  I 00  1    00  1 00  1 00   I  10  till  7-1  88  II"  13  51  i::  6  13  6 l:;  6 26  2 07  2 1)7  1 26  2 53  II 13  2 92  2 .33  4 20  2 97  5 87  2 53  1 83  7 02  3n  3 7n  2 .33  13 40  5 26  6 48  lo  lo  4 53  2 92  ���3 54  2 46  3 94  II  9-1  53  ���54  II  32  3S  (VI  13  S3  (ill  98  98  Name of Person Assessed  Miller and Tilley ,.  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Bertram.  Bertram   Miller,   Bertram   Miller,   Bertram   Bertram   Bertram   Berlram   Bertram   Bertram   Bertram   Bertram.  Miller,  Miller,  Miller,  Miller,  .Mill  Miller,  Miller,  Miller,  Miller,  Miller,  Miller,  Miller,  Miller,  Miller,  Miller,  Miller,  Miller,  Jarre", J. L...  Jan-ell, J. L...  Jan-ell, J. L...  Jan-ell, J. I....  Jarrell, J L...  Jan-ell, J. L...  Jarrell. J. L.. .  Jarrell, J. L...  Jarrell, J. L...  Jarrell, J. L.. .  Jarrell, J. L...  Jarrell, J. L...  Jarrell, J. I. ..  Jairell, J. L...  Jarrell, J.  Jarrell. J.  J anvil, J.  Jarrell, J.  Jan-ell, J  Jarrell, J  L..  L..  L..  L..  1...  I...  Cummings, Charles..  Cuniniings, Charles.  Cuniminj^s, Charles.  Cuniminffs, Charles.  Cumminjjs, Charles.  Cuniniings, Charles.  Cuniniings, Charles.  Cuniniings, Charles.  Cuniniings, Charles.  Curnmings, Clnrles. .  Cummitigs,.Charles..  Cunimiiigs, Charles...  Cunimings, Charles..  | Cuirimings, Charles..  Curnmings, Charles.'.  Cunimings, Charles .  Cumniings, Charles.,  Cuirimings, Charles..  Cunimings, Charles..  Curnmings, Charles..  Cumniings, Charles..  Cuniniings, Charles...  Cunimings, Charles..  Cunimings. Charles..  Cunimings, Charles...  Cunimings; Charles...  Cunimings, Charles.'..  Cunimings, Charles...  Cunimings, Charles...  Cummings, Charles . .  Cunimings, Charles.,.  Curnmings, Charles...  Cumniings, Charles..  Cunimings, Charles ..  Cunimings, Charles...  Cummings, Charles.. .  Cumniings, Charles.   .  Miller, Alex      Miller, Alex      Miller. Alex ..   Miller, Alex      .Miller, Alex       Miller, Alex  Tillev,  Tillev.  Tillev,  Tillev,  Tillev,  Tillev,  E...  E.. ,  1'...  Chas.  Chas.  Chas.  Chas. E   Chas. E   Chas. E   Tillev, Chas. E   Tillev. Chas. E   Tilley, Chas. E   Tilley, Chas. E   Tilley, Chas. E   Tilley, Chas. I*   Tilley. Chas. E   Tilley. Chas. E...'....  Tilley, Chas. E   Tilley. Chas. E   Tilley, Chas. E   Tilley, Chas. E   Tilley, Chas. E   Tillev, Chas. K      Tilley. Chas. 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The Danish classification f\ rank  ia a very elaborate one, built up ol  ollioerf, orders, birth and tit'.>;-s( wiles  J. llrochner i:i ''Danish Life In 'uivti  and Country." There aro nine 'l.i^-e.s  which are divided into as niu..j- *�� a  dozen subsection;, each of which u*ay  again comprise a score or two ot different titles and offices, yet there waj  a complaint in one of the Danish pa-,  pers that it wus anything but complete.  Holders of titles have to pay an  annual tax rat)��itig from $44.50 in the  first class to .11 miserly 13.33 in the,  ninth. There are about a score of  different titles, several of which are  again divided into "real" and "others," the "real" being several shade*  better  than  the "others."  These titles are always used iii  conversation, as, for example, "Will  not the chamberlain have a cigarr"  or "Mr. Chamberlain, will you net  have a cigar?" And it requires a)  fairly clear head and a good memory  to give everybody his due in a larga  party, especially us some of them artj  decorously long, as, for instance,  gclieinieconfereiitsraad.  Then there are ladies, who general-)  ly have "indc" (the English "ess")(  added to their husbands' title or oft  fiee, A colonel's wife, for instance;  is called oberstinde, and the wife ol  the chainberluin to the king kammert  hcrreinde,   and   so  forth.  But the subtleties of the additional  titular address in writing even excej  the verbal form. That persons ot U13  first rank are "excellencies" is only  natural, but gentlemen of the second  class have on documents addressed  to tiiem ft "high well born" prefixed  to their title und name, and those o|  the third cla.-s it "high and well,  born." T much regret that 1 cannot  fxplain whv the addition of thi^  "mid" .should somewhat detract from  the  value of the,same words.  Gentlemen of "the ninth class are  addrpsscd ha "well honorable and well  bred,''' which is, 1 think, almost more  thnn they could expect for their $3.33.  Friends Call  Her "Cuckoo."  Lady Shnft-r^bury's   position in the  household of the Queen is unchanged.  She was  (or some  yi-ars Lady of the  Bedchamber to the Princess of Wale.-,  and   now   that   that   august   lady   ia  Queen   she   serves   her   in   the   same  capacity.     The  Countess  of   Sbaftei-  burv is a daughter of Lady Grosvenor  nnd" a sister of-the Duke of Westminster and   Lady   ltenuchamp.    She  is  ��  pretty  woman, nnd is also very cle-v-  er and cultured.   Her names are Constance Sibv:U. but she is known to her  friends  as  "Cuckoo."   Her only  son.  Lord As's-.lev, is ten years of age, and  she   has   two   pretty   little   girls,   on��  about eight and the other only three  years   old.    T.atly   Shaftesbury   is   an  accomplished   acire?a,' and   often  has  theatricals   ��t  her   home.     She   owns  some     very    lovely     jewels,    among  which   are   noticeable   a   set   ot   sapphires   and   diamonds,  which wef3  *  weddina  present irom  her   grandfather   the late Duke of Westminster. Another   beautiful   ornament   of   which  Ladv   Shaftesbury   is  very   fond  of^is  broach which was given to her by Sir  Thomas T.inton on the occasion wn  she   named" his  yacht Shamrock  111.  The Shamrock's ting is formed of emeralds,   tiie   flag oi   the  Koyal   U'ster  Yacht  Club is composed of sapph:res  and f'nHinel, and a  shamrock and figure     11J.     in    diamonds  .make    trie  brooch, which is a beautiful and  urn-  ���que piece of jewelry.  ANIMALS'   TOILETS.   " '  Fur Seals Are as Particular as Wono��  In Fixing Up.  The cat carries her clothesbftish In  bet- mouth, for with her rough longtib  she cleanses her glossy coat as a boy  brushes off his clothes. She licks oua  of her front paws aud rubs it over her  face and she is ready for ber breakfast.  Foxes, dogs and wolves do not use  their mouths when they need to wash  and brush, but scratch themselves vigorously with their hind paws and ara  as fresh as ever.  The cow with her long, rough tongna  combs her coat of hair until it is clean  and curly. The horse more than any.  other animal depends ou bia owner to  keep his coat in proper condition, but  often be will roll on the green grass  or rub himself down against a tree or  fence.  Field mice comb their hair -with thelf  bind legs, and the fur seal in a similar  manner spends as much time as a woman iu making herself look smart.  Although the elephant appears to 1)9  thick skinned and callous, he takes  great cure of his skin. He often gives  himself a shower bath by drawing  water into his long trunk nnd blowing;  it on the different parts of his body.  After the bath he sometimes rolls himself In a toilet preparation of dust to  keep of? .the flies.���Our Dumb AulntaU.  GAMBLbD  FOR A  GIRL  Prince Lucien Bonaparte Won a Brief*  From  His Brother Pierre.  It is said that the two brother's.  Prince Louis Lucien Honnpano nud  Prlnco Pierre, in their early yoiitU  when shooting motiflons in the mountains in Corsica, cnnio across a beautiful peasant girl with whom they bothi  fell violently in love.  Who she was and whether she favored both brothers or neither 1 cannot  tell. Ite that as It may. tbey quarreled. Les preux chevaliers of olil  would no doubt in similar occurrence  have had recourse to lance and sword.  The Corsican princes decided to play  for their belle 11 game of cards. They  went to the nearest inn and wrote atnl  signed a paper agreeing that whichever won the game should marry tha  lady fair. Prince .Lucien won and,  faithful to his word, a short time after  married ber.  She never left the island as far as t  know. Prince Lucien lived in England,  securing to her a comfortable income,  which she received till her death, somewhere about the spring of 1301.���Friuii  the Princess Murat's Memoirs.  Shakespeare  In  France.  I once stumbled upon a choice bit of  French quotation from Shakespeare.  It was a tale by Uchard.  The distinguished author of this tala  rendered "Frailty, thy uame is woman," by "Fraglllte, e'est le 110111 d'nna  femme" ("Fragility, that Is the uatuo  of a womau").���Slrausa.  **"'rri'!*ii  IW^i^lifr^i'ff&SMmfrffi THE   PTONEER,    PHOENTX,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ^^SSf!J,=E���^',  wafefV.--.i'.--:.'��  1 '  ��� ��    /  Mada from grape Cream of Tar'  tmr$ absolutely free from alum*  K  r  For   sixty years   American   housewives have found Dr. Price's Cream  Baking Powder a guarantee of light,  pure and wholesome food.  PUBLIC NOTICE.  T-AKR N'OVICK that I iiiff-nd to  apply t�� llic Superintendent, of Provincial JTolice for a renewal of the  Liquor License" held by nit' for the  KnrUoi-d Hotel, Hartford Junction.  Dated.at Phoenix, B.C., this fifh  d.tyofOct. 1911. ''  ���  (Signed)    Job. .1. Baphett.  Local and General  Thos. IJaiid was in town dming1  the week from llic No.  Seven mine,  J. E. Thompson loll on a lnii.ine.ss  trip to Spokane on .Monday.  Mrs. N. J. Cm .son and Mrs. R.  L. Richard left on Monday's train  for Spokane.  Horn���At Phoenix, on 'Xlonday,  October 16, to Mi. and Mrs. A.  M'Intosli, a son.  For Sale ��� Five-roomed house,  together with two-roomed house on  same lot. Fine well on pioperty.  lies! location in town. A. Barqain.  Apply R. Wilkinson.  Col. Lowiy, director oT Gieen-  wood's advertisinf> medium, visited  Phoenix iccenlly. lie was so en-  amoied of our alttactions that he  stayed over nijjht.  Jim Whittaker (Arkansnw) is an  excellent patient in the local hospital, SHiTerinjjf from an attack of  pleurisy. lie expects lo lie out in  a few days. t  Mr. and Mrs. L. Mytlon, recently  of Phoenix, have now taken up their  residence in Grand Foiks, where  Mr. Mytton has been transferred.  Cieoryc Rumhcri'cr returned lo  Phoenix, on Tuesday, after an absence of four months in Retina,  Sask., where he has important  interests.  ;   LAND KKd-iSTJrV ACT.  In  the   ninUw of an application  for  duplicate Cei tificaU' or '1 die to No.  -1772a   to   PaH  17 feel  ol   Lot 21,-  Ulock thirteen (13).  Map oil,  Oily  of Phoenix.  'NOTICE is hereby given that it is  my intention at the expiration of one  month fiom the date oi the first iiul>-  lication hereof to issue duplicate cert-i  acute of Title to snid land* issued, to  Herbert Sexton imd,George- beximi,  uulf-s. in the meantime I shall receive  ��� valid objection theicto in writing.  .       W. H. EDMONDS,   ,     '  District Registrar.  .']aik1 Registry Office,  Kaniloops, B. C,'     .  Sept. 20th, 1911.  ScobelVs Liquor, Tobacco  and Drug Cure MnM''  *ff��r?o��,nJthe treatment there will neierbeany  lalluVe^ftfaed Xnier separate cover tony*  .. . -"M^iVed'in^r^eparatc cover to anr^  dre�� Price ��6 00 box ��r ^ ^o^ for ��10W *  Icoboll Drue Co . St. Catharine!, um  R. Wilkinson and son, Fred, are  visiting- in Spokane.  lu-ed P. Sadler, uansportation  clerk for the C.1\R., at Nelson, was  a visiior lo town last week.  Mrs. D.J. Mathesonand children,  who have been visiting- in Victoiia,  retuined home on Tuesday.  O. B. Smith, i-rn. supt. Granby  Consolidated, left for Hidden creek,  on Tuesday.'  Jas. McKeown received the inlel-  lifr'ence of his father's death a few  days ago. The deceased gentleman died at Napanee, aged 78.  Wm. Perkins, Great Northern  agent, returned to town on Monday  after a three week's vacation trip to  the coast.  Mrs. O. B. Smith and children  returned to town, on Tuesday, from  Christina Lake. Miss Erickson accompanied them.  J. K Spras-g-ett, ro.id supervisor  foi Gr.xnd I oiks district, ��.is in  town on Wond n inspecting" the  loads around Phoem\  Mr    and    Mis    Jas    Walton   of  Calgaiy, visited Mr and Mrs   J/heo.  Biner this week  SUFFERERS FROM PILES  ZAM-BUK   HAS   UUItlOD   TIll'KF.I  ������������������ ^  Friction'on the heinoi rhoid veins  that, arc-"swollen, inflamed mid goi-ftctl  with blood, is what causes the tei-iihlc  pain and stinging and smarting of  piles. Zam-Jiuk applied at night will  be found to give ease before morning.  Thousands- ot persons have pi oved this.  Why not be guided by the experience  of others?  Jlr. Thomas Pearson, of Prince Albert, Sask., writes: "I must thank  you for the benefit I have leceived  from Zam-Buk. Lust summer I suffered greatly from piles. J started to  use Zam-Buk and found it gave me relief, so I continued it, and alter using  three or four boxes t am pleased to say  it has niVectecl a complete euro."  Jlr. G. A. Diiircsiic, 1&S-18~> St.  Joseph Street, St. Itoeh, Quebec. P.Q.,  writes: "I can highly recommend  Zam-Buk to everyone-who suffers from  piles."  Magistrate Snnford. of Weston,  King's Co., N.S., says: "I suffered  long from itching .piles, but Zam-Buk  lias now cured me."  Mr. William Kenty, of Upper Nine  Mile River, Hants Co., N.S., says: "I  suffered terribly from piles, the pain  at times being almost uiibetiiable. I  tried various ointments, but everything I tried failed to do me the slightest good. 1 was tired of trying various  remedies, when I hetud of Zam-Buk,  and thought as a last resource J would  give this balm a trial. After a very  shot t time Znm-Buk effected a complete cure."  Zttm-Jjuk is also n sure cure fur skin  iii|tui('2> and diseases. cc/em��, ttlceis,  vaiitosc veins, cut.-,, burns. l>ini-,es.  chaps, cold sores, etc. 50c. box all  diuggists and sloies, or post free from  Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, for price. Reuse harmful imitations.  'liy Znm-Buk Soap, Sin. tablet.  In making your purchase  of Beer. Buy where the  reputation of many years  stands read)' to guarantee  THE PURITY  of OUR  Our Beer.is pure and satisfies the thirst. Be sure  our label is on the Beer  you drink���it 'means an  assurance of good quality.  'PHONE 23  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  LIMITED  ?hReY Lower Town  Barber  For an Easy Shave, Stylish Haircut  Refreshing- Massage, or an Invigorating Shampoo. New and Up-to-  Date in every paiticular.  C. A. Best, Prop.  I J-%%i  \mfi &  Sale of Crown-Granted Mineral Claims for Delinquent Taxes in the Rossland  Assessment District.  I ���Mum C.V.: XOIMCB THAT on Moiul.iv tht Oth djv of ^^^^^'^^^^X  oclock m the altt.noon at the ( mil t House, uiithe C.tv o Hi>*;->���������,':8����" natter set out, for the delinquent  ft^Sffi ^^i^^^^t {fcnd^ t^im! ^n^ including the cost, of advert,,  mg said salt   it tin total amount due is not soonei pud   LIST ABOVE MENTIONED���tiHEIIN WOOD MIMNd DIVISION.  OWNLIt  Ktibj, Forbes  \l  >i*pu��t iV, Anihoi Minis Ijld  K^^Ji/V lit    -iptist iV Anchoi  '$\J>'f-,*'  "    > Roo-ij Ixatipt, Sidnev  '"?/%   ^    _-"*    3 osenhaupt Sidncs  N C\H* OI   C LVUM  ��W  TScl.nimil T Wickwuc  Huniphic\,J   M ��\. Desmsuis 1.7},(..ud  field, J   I    Pukti, h    H,J.eM.tu\   I  ���* & LiveimoK , (    T  1   * Paton, NJ A.Kttb\   1*M A Thomas, A  >-      "Wood, Kobttt  ! '* G<<.dcn, Tohn N  AN'  G I  Vn  %r%\T,-> Iluas, J   C  Jt .lohns.,11   S   M_  '    '/-,     %HaIUtt,l   Jl  f,   ,,     '      ,-vStiwit. A., IvmU   1    M     \UM\nii  f^V%      <^"        &lAt,IIim\  ICeibv, Toibes M  Golconda. AJnus XjUX . N P 1.  Witkwiro   UP.  Wood, Ur.bi.it  Skyliuk Devi lopment Co, Lmiittd  Diamond, AVilhnm and Spankie, Di J  I  Johnson. S. M , Unas .7. 0, A McCant n  Ij  ��� EnU'iptise and Anchoi Almt s Ltd  f Gieen^ood Euitka Mining Co. Ltd N PL  i-    Itiecinnnt iMming Com])iuiv-, Ltd  Golconda "ilints  LmuUd. N PL  } Golconda. Minn  Limittd. N.PL  *   Haas,, .1. <'  and Johnson, S   M  / Hanf, J   C . 'I homas   \    It, futon   I  N i  .is Adiiiiuistiutois ot the Lstate ot W  >  WW  B. Paton, null Ktlby, F  M  *  Golconda Mint  Limited  N P 1  mng Comptiin  ?> rVi i.% Vt,Spokane Bouiida-i'. Mi  I ;V>" 4U -"GrovoH, Fiancis W  'i^^v,^   -' Wickvne. Ldimmd I  i   ,V, i* ���>    *Pftton, J. N , K(tb>,F  f^    \r   - Kstttfe W.B Paton, K  tf-VYV"^ '   i    A. B  Rj< tfiyX,     'fj��eihy, Fotbes JI  S��^V,,??^Sha��I^l>f-'"S��-f1I " "��-1Pft-  V-iMi> '--*-* *Bo6cul!atipt, Sidiicj  ^ ���*   ^Pftton, J. N , K<ib>,F'M and'lhomas A It  ,r   i Estate W.B Paton, Keihy. F M . Thomus\  ���sons, I. M.  . Wickwue, H. P  f,v   , it- rplfCosgiiff. C and Mclntyre, Al  &&%*<%  -     fcVitkwire, H. P .  j, * yv��i      ��-jrdntvre, Murdoch  tftJ'tf'Pj*   fB.a��*dB A. Development t-t  i"   >   tl ^ctans  T C. nnd Johnson, S. M  ^^SSSiJkt��"G..Hcy.F.  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TAXIW  COSTS  I  TOTA I.  2.167  1021  H lo  '11 ' I  S17  1200  123S)  sso  2S5-1  013  12 "iS  MB  l v.:-1  2ir,o  11.02  -)<)7  7tU  22b��  12(K(  l(Ki2  1217  2110  1 iSS  1)10  1210  2117  7-tf  20-10  2S77  1211  12-12  2054  1700  2T.70  1100  lfe">0  1101  1843  129.1.-  1)00  2395  I2>"  1133  703  2787  1 507  1253  177(1  2007  1705  1'87  2118  .$13 00  Sji2 oo  13 00  2 oo  5 50  -   2 oo  12 75  2 oo  7 25  2 oo  'S~00  2 oo  . 10 75 <i,  2 oo  13 (H)  2 oo  13 (X)  '   2 oo  13 (K)  2 oo  8. 00  2 oo  10 50  2 oo  5 75  2 oo  10 00  2 oo  2 50  2 oo  t) 00  2 mi  5 00  2 mi  1 2'.  2 oo  8 2.".  2 oo  3 25  2 oo  7 (M)  2 oo  11 75  2 oo  11 50  2 oo  10 50  2 oo  .    i) 25  2 oo  7 75  2 oo  13 00  2 oo  11 75  ��� 2 oo  8 75  2 oo  1) 75  2 of)  12 50  2 oo  8.75  2 oo  12 00  2 oo  12 25  2 oo  12 75  2 oo ..  7 50  2;5rio  13 00  2 oo  S 00  ���   2 oo  13 00  2 oo  1) 50 .  2 oo  8 50  2 oo  9 50 ���-,.,  ,.  2 oo  \'-.rf&  2 oo  13 06-'A  2 oo  8 00  2 no  11 50,  2 oo  13 00   ;  2 oo  8 75  2 Oo  8 tX)  2 oo  13 00  2 oo.  2 50 '  2 o<��  4 00  ,  2 oo  11 25  2 on  $15 Oi)  15 00  7 50  1-1'75  I) 25  It) 00  12 75  15 00  15 (10  15 00  . II) 00  12 50  7 75  12 00  ���I 50  11 (III  7 (Hi  0 25  10 25  5 <S>  I) 00  13 75  13 50  12 50  J! 25  I)  i.i  15 00  13 75  10 75  11 75  11 50  10 75  11 00  11 25  -H 75  I) 50  W 00  10 00  15 00  11 50  10 50  Al 50  ; 0 75"  15 00  10 00  13 50  -15 00  10 75'  it) 0(1  15 00  ���I 50  (1 00  13 25  ion  J. E   1JOOSON, .���.,.,.  AeUng Collettoi, Itossland Asseasment District,  BUSBNESS  Those desiring Plumbins,' or  Tinsmith work done, will plc.tsc  call up Phone A 10, vJiete their  wants will receive prompt attention. I v. ill devote the \\ hole  of my lime to the bu&ines--.  HEATING STOVES REMNED  AND REPAIRED.  Salph E. Pope  'PHONE A10.  Lumber and Wood  When in need of LUMBER,  LATH, SHINGLES, CORD-  WOOD   or   SLAinVOOD     I    ^  can   fill  your  order   promptly. | Seventh Day Advcntists.  C.A.ROSS        Phone A6S  Provincial Items  Sir John Jackson, a membei of  ihe Imperial Pailiament and a well-  known naval contractor, is- touring  the province.  Bishop Pen-in left' Victoria last  week for England, after eighteen  years administration of the Anglican  diocese of Columbia.  s *  A verdict of accidental death was  returned by a juiy al Rossland, List  week, which enquired into the cause  of death of James Hall, aged-15,  killed by a fall in the Centie Sim  mine.  A man named Swanson, supposed  lo have come fiom Seattle, was  struck by a'swinging girder and  thrown to the ground from the IC.  and N. bridge, al Niagara Canyon,  Vancouver Island.  Il is repoiled thai the Royal City  Planing Mills-, at New Westminster,  have been purchased by the Canadian Northern. The deal has created tpiite a Hurry in that town and  rumors are afloat thai a large steel  works i.s to.lie erected.  William Ilairis, at one time a  large stockholder in the Le Roi.  mine, Rossland, ami associated in  many B.C. mining ventures, has  fallen heir to the vast bulk of an estate, valued at $350,000, left by his  wife, who died iccently in Idaho.  The Cohoe and spiing salmon  fishing oil the outer wharves during  the past few days has been repotted  as excellent and a great many  Victoria sportsmen arc trying their  luck with the trolling lines. One  parly of fishermen caught fourteen  salmon in two hours.  In the Supreme Court of British  Columbia, in Vancouver,: the conviction against; VS. A. Irwin for selling a two-ounce bottle of lemon extract to an Indian, was quashed.  He was convicted on the evidence  of an Indian, who was laler charged  with perjury and sent to prison.  The record distance al which a  wireless message was received was  made last week, when the steamer  Mexico Marti, from Yokohama for  Victoria, was signalled at a distance  of 3.2Q0 miles. The C. P. R. steamer,  ICmpress- of Japan was also signalled  the same day at a distance of 1,200  miles.  A provincial order-in-council has  been passed forbidding smoking in  the Parliament buildings during  office hours. It is understood that  the new order is due.not so much lo  any official objection to the weed,  as to the geiier.il failure to observe  a discriminating judgment in smoking dining hotu>.  Hunters who fail to comply with  the law by taking out the necessarv  permit, or who infringe upon the  regulations, are being brought to  book by the South Saaiiich authorities, Some have been found shooting in places prohibited by law,  while others aie carrying no permits  to shoot at. all. : Heavy lines were  imposed.  News has just arrived of the murder, by Indians in Brazil, of O. IC.  Davis, a former British Columbia  missionary! It appears that he was  exhorting the men of a tribe lo put  away their surplus wives when a  woman shot a poisoned arrow al  lim.     Me   was   a   member of   the  A, S. HOOD  Fire, Life and Accident  Insurance.       General Agents.  Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  "Public Inquiries Act.  II.IS HONOUR llic Lieutenaiit-Gov-  ei'Mior'.in Council bus "been pleased to  appoint the Honourable Albert Edward M'ePhillips, ICC, President of  the Ex.���"���ittiive Council; the Honourable  " 'it-c Ellison, Minister of Finance;  Charles Henry Lugrih, of the City of  Victoria, Esquire; and William Harold  .Miilkin, of the City of Vancouver. Esquire, to be Commissioners under the  "Public Inquiries Act" for (hi. purpose  of enquiring into and reporting upon  the operation of the "Assessment Act.  11M13," Willi respect to its practical  bearings mi the financial requirements  of I he Pi tivince.  The said  Commissioners will   hold  their meetings on the dales and at the  ilaees  mentioned  hereunder, namely:  Yicloiin nl   the   Executive  Council  Chamber.   Parliament   Buildings.  Mond.'iv and  Tuesday,   25th   and  Sit h September at-10 a.m.    At the  Courthouse   or   Hie   Government  Ollice at the following places: ���  Naiiiiimn. 'Wednesday aiidThursday.  27th and 25!h September.  Vancouver. -Friday  and  Saturday.  2!lth and HOl-li September.  New Westminster, Monday, 2nd October.   .  Kevelstoke, Wednesday, -libOctober.  Golden, Thursdixv. 5th October.  Cranbrook. 'Saturday, 7th October.  Fernie.' Mondav, 9th October.  Nelson. Wednesday,: 11 th October..  Itossland. Thursdav, 12th October.  Grand Forks. Friday, 13th October.  Princeton, Saturdav,.l-ltli October.  Merritt, Mondav,: 10th October.  ' Kamloops, Tuesday, 17th October.  Siiiiiiiiei'land.Tlmrsda.v, 101 b Octooer  Pcnticton, Friday. 20th October.  Kelowna. Saturday, 21st October.  Vernon, .Monday, 23rd October.  It, is requested that all  persons who  arts interested in the matter aforesaid.  nd who desire  to  be.'heard,-will not  nil to lie  present at  the meetings ol  the Commissioners.  PRICE  Preasury Department,  13th September, 1011-  ELLISON,  Chairman.  While deer hunting, last week," in  the vicinity of Ramsay Arm, Thos.  and Many Christy, of Vancouver,  killed a large grizzly. The hunters  were stalking a deer when the enormous brute made its appearance at  close quarters. Indians who saw  the animal declared it the biggest  ever killed in that neighbourhood.  Its Weight was about' 1-I001bs.  The contract for the Provincial  prison farm construction, at - Burnn-  by, was awarded to Smith and  Sherborne, of Vancouver. The  structure is.to cost about $100,000.  There will be four large wings, two  for the men and one for the women,  while a fourth wing will he occupied  by the prison staff. The area of the  farm i.s to be two'hundred acres.  With the success -attending-'��� the  establishment of a French Canadian  colony at New West minster in  mind, Col. Davids,, n is now arranging to bring out another one hundred families to establish a colony  at the Columbia River Lumber company's recently enlarged mill at  Golden. ������Another colony will also  be established in the vicinity of tlie  company's camp in' the Gomox  valley.  Engineer Grey of the C.P.R.  steamer Okanagon, caught another  whitcfish in the lake near Kelowna,  recently. The fish, which measured  eighteen inches in length mid  weighed three and a half pounds-,  has been sent to the Fisheries Department for inspection. Whitcfish.  spawn . were placed in both the Arrow and Okanagan lakes 14 years  ago,.but none have been caught in  the former'.  U interested anrl slimilj (enow  about tliff vonderfiil  MARVEL Whirling Spray  The now Vnijinril Syringe,   UrM  ��� Mfmconveriirmt.   it i;lMnsei  inhtaiitly*      Ask your  *   ���      -gist forll���*_  THir cannot supply tti��  MAKVKL accept no othnr,  hut ',t:ml stamp (or Illustrate.!   -.  honk���sraleil.  It give* full turtle*  ul.iriatiJ (.liinctlotu fnv.iltubl- to ladlos.  WINDSOR SUPPLY CO., _  Windsor* Onl. OcncrJ AEtsnts for Cm  i  w  taam-in-fronfc  tockings  would seem absurd V  Then   why any seam  You have kept on wearing stockings  with a snaui up the buck���shnpclcss,  imeonifurtiible things I because you probably didn't realize the pcifectiun reached  by  Full-Fashioned fe^rf-w^T-S^-V*  Seamless    MM-M^^^  These arc hose without the atfin of a saam~\m\ for tho sign of tho  trude-ina.k. As they me being knit they nieHlmpeU lastingly to  '     the curves of the foot and leg. Tln-o (it���thoy wciir hcttor-  and the utter absence of any scam ut ull makes them  ever so much more eomlorttible.      No tlilTcience  in cost-hut much lit (innlity, in economy  und in comlort, 65  Makers of  Underwear  Sweaters  and  Hosiery  WOSIERY,  Made by  Penmans Limited  Paris/Canada  GREAT  IMORTHERW   RAILWAY  The  Oriental Limited  Affords Excellent Accommodation for passengers to  eastern points.    Through Service��� Tacoma  to Chicago Without Change.  For a Comfortable and convenient trip to the coast cities travel via  the Great N'oithcrn i.'iilway. Fiist-class service and close connections for Vancouver, Victoria and other coast points. Wc make  berth icsei vations for you by wire.     For  fuither pat ticul.irs, call or  <"s  W. X. PERKINS, Agent.  . write  and other Standard  IVSakes���Always  on Hand. rjar  mndc  in a wide variety of styles  unit in scvcrul sUcs,' arc itist uk nccur^ttc.  just sis durable an the larger Omcuas.  For Ladiea For.Gentlemen  Wm>y//ww//?mm��4>^^^^  E. A. BLACK  1  Stationery and Confectionery  Fancy Goods. Dolls and Toys, Books,  Magazines and Periodicals, Kodaks,  Films and Supplies, Musical Instru-  nients and Supplies.    School Sundries.  WALL PAPER AND DECORATIVE PICTURES,  GLASSWARE  AND   CHINA.  Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes and Smokers'Sundries.  AL.ALM STROM  Writing: Paper in Latest  Shapes and Tints  Creamery Butter  CASCADE AND EMPRESS BRANDS  This is the finest Flutter oh the  market   today.     If you   have not  tried it, just call round and tfet a pound;  or better still Phone 2  "Empress," 35c. per lb.;  "Cascade," 45c. per lb.  "Cascade," Fresh Eggs, 4-Oc. per lb.  Fresh Kippers, 20c. per lb.  Wholesale and Retail Butchers and Produce Merchants  PHOENIX, B.C.        PHONE 2  Phoenix Cartage Co. '  If you require any Heavy Teaming' or Hauling- clone,  lei. ns do it for you. That is our business, iu\d we  have the equipment to execute all orders satisfactory.  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