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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Oct 28, 1911

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 mm&^'^y  r��fp!liiiii  I  I  I  ��� I:  ,1.  ���ii-'  !  f  Mr-  WS&y  ;jK,,,,,.,,*H...���  ^'Legislative ^X  GCTSUDll  *i  Wm  gnfc{^g|  AND   BOUNDARY MINING JOURNAL  THIRTEENTH YEAR  PHOENIX,   B. C.,',SATURDAY, OCTOBER" 28,   1911  GROCERY DEPARTMENT SPECIALS  at this  THE  Big* Store  CAR   OI;   FANCY   WINTER   APPLES���Snows,  Mcintosh Reds,  Baldwins, Northern Spies, etc.  Prices: $2.00 and $2.25 per box  '    These Apples arc the Best th.'U Money can buy.  HAVE YOV TRIED-  FAIRFIELD FARM   EGGS  40c. per doz.       Every Egg Guaranteed  COPPER PRODUCTION FOR 1911  Shows Slight Increase Over 1910 - Enforced Curtailment More  Than Offset By New Production--B. C. Copper Shows Increase���Shut-Down Causes Decrease in Granby.  FRESH-MADE  sSiSSSSSP?*-!  GOVERNMENT CREAMERY BUTTER  Two Pounds for     75c.  14 pound Box       $4.75  NO BETTER BUTTER AT. ANY  PRICE.  FOR THANKSGIVING  SWEET  POTATOES,  .t-A:i);,:: i. j''-��  M^y^^^sy^^$^E^i'  v' >V>^;-.:v^vvv-:- ��� .-������ '-r>y: ������' v ������ mi$%jf ���:���������        "  I  lleEriin^hjMnpsofe &Go.  A survey of copper production llms far in jyi 1 by mines operating  in Norlh and South America, control of which is in llic United Slates,  nnd Inking into account the probabilities of the remaining months of the  year, indicates that 1911 mines and .smelter output at the above-mentioned properties will show only a very insignificant increase over 1910���  10,000,000 pounds atthe outside.  Indicated production in 1911 of the prominent mines of the United  Stales, including- ihe na\v porphyiies, together with Cerro De Pasco in  Peru, Greenc-C'nnnnca in Mexico uiul Granby and British . Columbia  Copper is 1,153,500,000 pounds, compared with 1,1*17,800,000 pounds in  1910, an increase of 5,700,000 pounds.  The principal companies operating in llic United States in 1910 produced 1,040,'100,000 pounds, compared with indicated production in 1911  of 996,800,000 pounds, a prob.-tble decre.-i.se ihis year of -13,000,000  pounds. Ineludiiig* production of .Miami, Ray Consolidated and Cliino,  which will output about 45,000,000 pounds this ' year, mine production  of United States would be 1,011 ,KOO,000 pounds, which includes the increase ol" approximately 10,000,000 pounds by Utah Copper company.  Willi 55,000,000 pounds of new copper coming- in, the enforced closing  of Shfill'ifk-Ari/oiin, First National, Imperial and Granby Consolidated  becomes important in keeping down production, as their 1911 output will  he reduced qver 30,000,000 pounds as compared wild 1910.  It is practically certain, ihercfoie, that copper production by mines  in the United States in 1911 will not be substantially changed from 1910.  Copper produced outside the United States, by home-owned companies will this year show a net increase of about 4,000,000 pounds, due  lo enlarged operations at Curro de Pasco with Granby'* shut down as an  offset. The following- condensed foim of mine and smelter production of  the Granby and B. C.'Copper for 1910-1 I, follows:  mil law  Granhv    10,500,000        20,000,000  H. C. Copper      7,200,000 7,100,000  HOMECOMING OF THE  HON. MARTIN BURRELL  Met at Station by Large Crowd  - -Reception in the Evening.  B. C. COPPER COMPANY  WILL DEVELOP GROUP  Concentrator to be Built���Steve  Swanson In Charge.  The U. C. Copper company have  now commenced development work  oh their newly-bonded claims situated on L-.i U'leur mountain, near  Danville, Wash. The properly includes '-'ihe I.a Fleur Gomslock  group, which is owned hy the Le  Roi company, of Rossland, togelhei  with fifteen other claims. The ore  is.rather silicious, and if a siillicienl  body is ituintf.^rii  Death of Harold Shafer  Harold E.W. Shafer, a former  resident of Phoenix, died on Wednesday, al" Midway. ' The late Mr.  Shafer, was employed in the early  days of Phdpnix by tbe Granby company, and up lo a short time ago  was manager of the Midway Coal  and Coke Co. The funeral took  place at Greenwood Cemetery, on  Friday, the brethren of King Edward  Lodge, A.I'*. & A. M. journeying-, to  Greenwood for  that purpose.  .  company intend  Hon. Martin Burrell, the Dominion's new' Minister .'of Agriculture, who returned to Grand ������Forks,  from Ottawa, on Friday,, was welcomed at the station by a large  number of citizens, beaded by tbe  mayor. After the usual greetings  were exchangee}, a procession was  formed, and, preceded by the band,  the minister, who was accompanied  by Mrs. Burrell, was escorted  lo the public school, where national  choruses were 'rendered by the. children and an address presented  by the mayor. In the evening  be was the central figure al a  reception given in his honor by tbe  citizens of Grand Forks''to inarlc  their appreciation of the honor conferred on ihe city by his elevation to  cabinet rank. Elaborate prep*'ration's were made for the occasion,  and a programme of music rendered  during the evening by Werner's  orchestra of Phoenix. Excellent  and appetis-ing refreshments were  also provided. All the stores were  closed from noon and the town assumed a holiday appearance.  Hon.   Martin Burrell, member of  Parliament   for   Vale-Cariboo,   was  sworn in a member of the Cabinet a  few  days   ago.     The   new Viceroy,  the   Duke   of Comiaught,   administered the oath.     In accordance with  the   usual   practice,   all   the newly-  appointed ministers  must now seek  re-election    by    their   constituents,  hence the   reason   for  Mr. Burrell's  hurried return to tbe west.     Owing  to tbe  lion,   gentleman's   enormous  majority, it is altogether improbable  that     his      candidature      will      be  opposed,   especially when   il   i."   re-  memembered'ih'at even the   Liberal  candidate barely   succeeded* in saving his depos-'u.  Numbkk 15  �����  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.  Winter Wearables  is the problem before the men of PHOENIX ihess cool evenings.  Give me a call and let me help to solve il.  Overcoats and Suits  I carry in   stock   the  best  and   mosl   up-to-datcyjine of Clothing  'made in Canada���the C. N. & R. Brand.  Sweater Coats  All sizes in a great variety of colors  .made from imported yarn, and knil i  best coat on the market.  Sweaters, 01 .OO up;  Sweater Coats from $1.50  Underwear-  winter weights, all wool.    All the best  brand*���Penman's, I lew-  son's, Watson's, Wolsey, etc.    All sizes from SI .OO per garment  THOS.   BrOWn Men's Wear Exclusively  See the  hand-knit line,  British   Columbia.     The  B." C. Copper Treatment  Columbia    company'-  The Man Who Does Care  FERNIE STRIKE ENDED.  (Spei-ial Hi Phoenix l'ioneei)  Ternie,  Friday. Oct. 27.-���"Settle-J      ,ie   .'   '      ,ncv,a,        ,   ������  ' J .'smelter   treated   10,998 tons ot   ore  ����civ ,.s u.  L,.. ���...,   .mint  of Coal Strike  definitely  ar-i ,,��������� u.oek> .-,,, t*0|'ovv.s: .Mother f.ode,  to erect a concentrator  plant on the \rangP^ f|lroug./, {/������. \\   [*ogers  to <J,e  (-go-l: Rawhide. 2,235;    Wellington,  kettle   river,    at   the   loot   ol    ll)ej_  ,._,__���._._.,_���.___,.���_,, | ino. ', .,__,..._._���   ,���-.   _,.._..   ,^,  Home-Loving People!  Sale of Rugs and Carpets���Why  most helpful ?     Because  this great sale reveals  our largest  collection   of Rugs  and  Carpets ; and prices are ihe lowest we've ever quoted for a  Fall   sale.        Home-loving; people who  have  looked elsewhere came here to  buy 1     They're, enthusiastic over  the  thorough completeness, tbe reliable qualities  and  genuine  economies disclosed in this once-a-year affair !     Settle the  Rug  and   Cat pet  question  here  tomorrow���in a pleasing  economic -way.  CP    FriwarrlQ    Furniture Dealer  ���  "���  fc*-wwM*��i and  Undertaker  satisfaction of both parties.'  ���ALWAYS \V>:.\KS A  Style-Craft Suit or Overcoat  No man wlio. i/ives tlie matter serious -mention can  ivsisl the exceptionally smart styles shown in Style-  Qraft Clothes this Fall-    Jhey are.  up-to-date in  stv|e perfect    in   tailoring"���every   detail    precise    in  every stitch���and  made from the finest  of imported  fjibrics. A Ca" of Inspection Invited.  Large quantities of excellent  marble is now being" shipped from  the Kaslo and I.ardo quarries.  Work is proceeding on the Lucky  Pair group in Whipsnw- Creek  camp, a 'few   miles   up the Similka  meen  miles  from Princeton.  mountain. Steve Swanson, at one  time foreman of the Granby mines,  is in charge of operations.  Phoenix Map Work of Art  The recently published map of  Phoenix just issued by the Department of Mines,-Ottawa, is ;i work  of exceptional merit. Tho map,  which is printed in black and a delicate shade "of red, measures about  20x18 inches, with a legend in the  margin, i.s drawn to tlie scale of  -100 feet to the inch. I-]very detail  of the camp is faithfully recorded.  Within its radius it takes in the  Vellow Jacket, below the Snow-  shoe, on the east, a few hundred  yards of the Greenwood road on tbe  west, the Bank of England and  Raid Eagle claims below tlie War  Eagle on the south, while the water  company' reservoir marks the limit  of its northern boundary. So minute are its details that every depression and contour of the district  is marked, together with all mines,  tramways, railroads and switches,  streams, Humes, prospects, trails  and roads. The attention to technical   points   and   detail   is so extra-j  ordinary that   it is no stretch of im-j     A. K. Stevens and 11.    L.   Legge  agination    lo   declare   that    every   w-'itb fifteen men are boring for coal  shack in the district has its position j on   Sumas   mountain.    They   have  outlined on   the print.     All   the elevations   above sea   level  are plainly  marked,-  and    were   furnished   the  Department   by   the   Granby   company.     W. II.  Boyd  is   responsible  for tho production.  i-108; Athelstan, VJ7;  others. 1264.  British Columbia Mining Notes  EASTERN  TOWNSHIPS   BANK  Capital   and    Reserve,   $5,250,000  Head Office  -  Established 1859   -   SHERBROOKE, QUE.  -Wai.Kai'WBI.!.-. I'reiiileiil.   *��� If- Ci.'jrixi*!*, Vi..u l'ivsi.lrnl.   .1. Macicissos: r;riinra|-5lami|fei  A deal has been completed hy the  I>. C. Copper company for the  V'oight group of mineral claims, on  ���Copper   .Mountain,   near Princeton.  John limpey of Phoenix, Arizona,  accompanied by James I.. Lindsey  of Portland, Oregon, and Allan  Ksplin of Seattle have been examining the mineral showings up Salmon river.  A Salt Lake syndicate'has bonded  .Mining is progressive in several  districts of British Columbia, notably on Vancouver Island and in  Nicola Valley, of the coaj mining-  parts of the province; and in Slocan,  Sheep Creek, Hedley and - coast  camps, among the metalliferous  mines. Tbe Hedley Gold Mining  company has declared another five  per cent dividend on its issued  capital of SI,200,000, this being the  third distribution of Sfi0,000" this  year by this company.  The mines in the Cody section of  the Slocan district are expected ere  long to again ship ore. In tbe  Noble Five mine, both silver-lead  ore   of good grade   and   silver-zinc  182 BRANCHES IN   PROVINCE OF QUEBEC  ! tween Nine Mile and IL-izelton, A  i compressor plant and other niach-  i inery will be installed in the spring.  THE PHOENIX   DAIRY  W. A. Mi-"KAY .V SON'S. I.'noi'.s.  JlVlIn '. llitl you try a pint >4' om- milk ? You did ! AVoll,  you will i-ciulily admit I lull il i-iinnut b" cxri'llcd anywhere   for  i-ii'luii'ss.   quality  iini'l   purity.      What's   yum-  'Phono numbers'   I'1 ���'&���  We deliver milk daily.  Boundary Ore Tonnages  Following are the   returns of Ihe  output.of the mines and sine  the Boundary  distr  ending Oct. 22, am  Granby   Mother Lotl  Jack Pot..,  Rawhide . . .  Athelslan . .  Others   . . . b.57.S  . . . 500  . . . 2,93')  ... 2L?  . . . 652  SMELTER TOX.\*AC*KS  Granby    li. C. Copper Co... 10,998  of,  ,-t  for tbe week I  vear lo date:     .  ....     "S5,072!  248,5.'5 ' Consolidated  23,OH ; ihai   locality  and started development on a prop-j ore containing a high percentage of  erty on Juniper creek, which lies be-] zinc have been developed during recent months. Development work is  being done on both ihe Reco and  Sunset mines, also in the vicinity of  Cody Creek, while near Sandon the  Ruth-Hope and Richmond-Kureka  groups arc being operated.  A great deal of development work  is proceeding at the Sullivan mine,  one of tbe Canadian Consolidated  companv's properties in Last  Kootenav. A concrete dam Is being- constructed on Mark Creek, ami  a pipe line, a mile long', is being laid  lo connect with tbe compressor and  electric plant al the ore bins. New  ore bins and sorting plant are also  under construction. About 125 men  arc employed.  Fiirht feel   ol" clean  now gone down considerable distance and have every indication ol"  trettim;- the desired  black   diamond.  The Northern Terminus mine, in  the Portland Canal district have  now resumed tbe sinking of ihe incline shaft, which is showing up a  high grade of silver ore. It is expected that several tons of $200 ore  will be rawhidod out this winter.  The War lingle mine in Rossland  is continuing   to   produce   much ore  of good grade, while   others   of the  company's    mines    in  are   also   doing  well.  WTNNIPKli. MAN.  COLEMAN. AL'l'A.  LI-rrHBHlDOIi. ALT A.  -TABKIS.  ALTA.  AND  AT  VAXCOUVKl".  B. C.  fiRANU FORKS. H. C.  I'HOKNIX.   B. O. '" ���  PHINCF.TON, B. C.  VII'TORIA. B.C.  Savings  Department, at; all  Offices.  C" OUR I* S-r* O N D E XT H    A LL    O VKU    Ti t K  WORLD  QUEEN'S  HOTEL  R.   V. CHISHOLM, Prop.  DANNY DEAN"!-:, Manager.  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 Up-to-Date. Meals served at  all hours.  Bat* Stocked with Choicest Liquors and Cigars  CENTRALLY   LOCATED  ON  CORNER  BRIDGE   AND   KNOB   HILL   AVENUE  Steam  Heated, Electric  Lighting.  Telephone 48 and 26  ore  has  Le Roi No. 2 is re:  Ifi7,-l-ki   -fhc  (>,373 ! inining its normal  output, with  re  7,fVJS; suits thai  admit   of   the   occasional  i payment of a dividend.  ;e Wooster, treasurer of the  company,    returned   a   few-  Grand Chancellor Visits Phoenix  The local lodge of Knights of  Pythias last week entertained the  Grand Chancellor of British Columbia, Chas. Rawlinson, of N'anainio,  who is now on his round of inspection of the various lodges throughout tbe province. Klaborate preparations were made for his reception and the evening was enjoyably  passed with speeches, song and  story. Representatives of other  lodges were  Miller,    M.I  577,791 |     Geor  500,540 it; ranbv .     .  I days ago from a visit lo the Hidden  Creek ' mine, at Goose Bay. lie  states that recent development in  that property i.s substantiating the  fuvorablo reports of the engineers  who examined it, which were based  inainlv on the results of diamond !  drilling.  The prospect of an early settlement o( the strike of coal miners in  tbe Crow's Nc-sL Pass, and the assurance- that tho railroad which is  lo serve the Rambler-Cariboo and  also present, Ernest i Lucky Jim mines in the Slocan dis-  P. representing the'Vict, would be rushed tocomple-  brethren in Grand Forks. The next: I Ho... rouhod in a bull market lor  evening tbe Chancellor visited tbe coal securities and kamblc.-Car.boo  lodge in Greenwood, being escorted ! and Lucky Jim shares at ast Satur-  ihere by a large delegation from] day's session ol the Spokane stock  I'hocuix. ' exchange.  i  been j  encountered   in the ��� N'o.   (>   level of!  the   Standard   mine,   at     Silverton,  , savs the Kootenain. It averages  ularly main-|60"pcr cen, ]e;ui and SO o/>. silver.  The first oic lo come down over tbe  Kaslo and Slocan since it passed  into the bands of the local company,  was In ought down'a few days ago  and transferred to C.P.R. barges.  It is also the lii>l ore shipped from  the local mines since last winter,  prior lo the closing of the line by  the lu eat Northern.  C. M.   Bryant, a Vancouver min-  'ing engineer, who recently visited  the valley of the Skagit River, said:  "lie was genuinely surprised al  what he saw, particularly afier hearing the whole valley roundly denounced after the failure of the  Steamboat mines. I have never  seen richer surface indications anywhere. Of course it is all surface  indications. There is not a shaft  sunk or a tunnel driven, only open  cuts on the sin face. But I cannot  understand any mining man turning  away   from   it.     Next   Sprii  ever will nee a change."  how-  Your Milk Supply  Should come from health}- ;iiul vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  Separated Cream insures purity and  .The Dairy produces both.  manner,  quality.  THE   DAIRY      J. W. Hannam, Prop.  Royal  FINEST GRAPH) OF CIGARS  IN   Till*:   BOUNDARY-  AGENTS   FOR  THE   CELEBRATED  HAZELWOOD   ICE CREAM  AND SOFT   DRINKS  illiard  Parlors  Cosgrove &  McAstocker, Props. ..�� .. v^^**<f*  THE PlONEEfc, PHOENIX  ���4)M(MlMdaUM  PURE F00DJ.ABEL8.  They Were Usod In Palestine as Earl)  '   ��� ��s tho Year 850 B. C.  ^Professor George A. Rolsner of Har-j  i-nrd    university    discovered    ainoug'-  nomo speclmenta of earliest  ncbrew  writing lu the excavations of ihe etty  of Samaria, In Palestine, n most Interesting record of tho Orst pure food  laws^ int history.    He also found ancient writings i dealing with  tlie lirat  instance on record of the keeping ot  -wines in a government warehouse un-  " dor bond."   '"���',     '    ���' ���"  Dating,back to the period of King  ,- Anab,'l850 B:-,0.', these' inscriptions are  '   considered v-tpp"be one of the greatest  ��� , finds of the, Harvard Palestinian expeditions which delved into the city of  Ahab nnd Ornrl,for three years.   They  .found  labels  on   wino  and   oil   lors.  These mention ,tho year in which the  wine was laid down in tbo cellars of  '. tho palace storehouse',' nnd they stnta  '  tbo* vineyard" from   which   tho   wine  , came, important facts Hint hro recognized equally well.by vintners todny.  ' On (fho oil jars tbo, label runs, "A jar  of pure'oil," with tho mention of the  district from which tlie oil cume.' The  bits' of [lottery on which the descriptions were written wcro not parts of  ".'the Jiirs, but were evidently intended  to be attached to the necks of the re-  | ccptiicles, Just as arc labels or seals  ,tot tho present time.���Now York World,  j  "-. '    -  ',  ir  Name of Person Assessed  Sliorl Description of Properly  Lots  Blk  c  O  ��  H* i  *.= y.  U   1  OH  *o U>  5 S  ���"**    M  (/iH  SALE OF LANDS FOR DELINQUENT TAXES  INTHE ROSSLAND ASSESSMENT DISTRICT, PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  * \- I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Thursday," ijie l6lh day of November, A. D. ic/ir, at the hour often o'clock in tlie  forenoon, nt the Court House,.in Ihe City of Rossland, I shall sell,at public auction, the lands Hereinafter set out of the persons  in said list hereinafter set out, for the delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons, on "the 31st day of December, 1910, and for  inleiest, costs, and expenses, including llic cost of advertising said sale, if the total amount due'is not sooner paid.  LIST ABOVE MENTIONED  Name of Person Assessed  Short Description of Property  o  C   V  ���   X  s-g  fri*-"  O  ���   w  **��� J, c  ^  01  o.  SOU  WCJW  2A  w o  = ���5  ��-�� "^1  blti  2 * c  3 �� u  c/)UU  "o  t-  Boundary Falls, Christensen's addition, Map 155. being a sub-dlvlslon of part lot 931, 0. I, (0), Slmllkameen district  Christensen, Mark    1 ,   Kennedy, W.   E    :*   Christensen, Mark     ,'1, -1 and.)   Cross, James     2   Siddnll, S.  E    ;i '.   Christensen, Mark     -I -,...  Cliiislciisen, Mark      10 1   Chrislensen, Mark  ,     1 to 7   a  o  H  , LANDS IN SIMILKAMEEN DIVISION OI' VALE DISTRICT  WOOL,  SILK AND LINEN.  'Teatf'That Will Determine the Quality  of the Fabric*.  If you wish lo find out whether "tbe  material sold to you as nil wool or all  silk is really so make a 5 per cent solution  of caustic potash  and   in  this  hull your sample of silk or wool.   If  ;,l))e entire sample is consumed in the  boiling jour mntcrlnl  Is wtint it pretends to be: If there Is a residue that  residue Is cotton.  The caustic solution  consumes the mil ma I fibers.  If you wish to dud out whether the  silk  that  seems  to  be  heavy  silk  Is  weighted with mineral burn the snm-  , pie and  tlie nsh  will show you hove  much mineral weighting there la. The  'pure silk will be wholly consumed.  ,.' in,,.buying supposed linen, goods of  "toweling or suit lag. dip yoiir sample  into concentraled  sulphuric acid  for  tyro minutes nnd wash It ont carefully.  The cotton will have been consumed,  tbe linen will have resisted the action  of   the acid.    This  test  is  one   that  should- he  made  with precaution, ns  .vitriol is not a thing to be tampered  with.���Mary Heaton- Vorse in Success  Magazine.  Cardeu, Ellen R   To 111 pie, Mis, A. M   Miller, Matthew   McAdnni, L   Watson, Charles W   Me Rue Copper  Company ,  Addiiigton, Hon.   II.-II   Oliver,   W   Christensen, Mark .-.  Lane, C. E. el al   Johnson, Ole   Laurel I,  Joseph   (ohnson and Anderson   Sears, J, D. and C. F .'...  Morrison,  Mrs. Jennie   Anderson, John   McNeicc Alex *,.>   Hu.ssey E .'...  pail lot 312, (1. 1 (O) 50x100,,  part lot S"9. Ci. 1 (O)   pari lot 535, G.  1  <0)....i   part lot s-jfi, G.  1  (O)   lot 603,  G.   1  (O)   part lot 6.10, G,  1  (O)   pari lot 653, G.  1  (O)   part lot 600, G.  1  (O) ,  pari lol 931, G.  1  (O)   part lot 970, G.  1  (O)   pari lot 970, G.  1  (O)   part lot 1012,  G. 1 (O)   part lot 1196, G. 1  (O) \   part lot 1480, G. 1  (O)   pnrt lot 1699, G. 1  (O)   lot  -2910,  G. 1 (O)   W. pan of \V. part lot 125S '      74.6  SUB-DIVISION OF PART OF LOTS 152, IS3 AND 184. 0R0UP 1   |lot 10, block 2  I       10.        I  $ 7 20  SUB-DIVISION OF PART OF LOT 534, 0. I, (0), MAP 75  1.       j  *j 3 60  in. 00  1 Sad 40  10 80  156.00  ���>7'l'  J    90 00  90 00  3 JO.  15 00  1.'  3*"'  60  80 00  9J-  1,  1G5.  166.  6 00  60  7 20  34-0O  278.  12.3  6 00  7 20  7 20  .16  74.6  3 9��  3 00  35  1 82  655  84  1 92  S8 3*  5<*  4 7*  4 7*>  78  03  03  4 20  ���I 1  ��3  7'  63  3'  37  47  25  '5  $2 oo  2 00  2 LO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  2 OO  $36   72  '3 36  ��>6 7*  96 72  17 78  2 38  2 63  86 20  10 23  2 63  9 26  10 67  8 3'  9 57  11 5')  (> '5  5- '5  Hanson, Erie    Millei, J.  A   Miller, J. M   Pierce, \V. E   Fiye, J. S., '"stale...  Earl and Suaiiss  McKen/ie, Mis.   J. T  MeKeiuic,   J.   T  McGillivray and Homer  SliicklaiKl, W.  If  Sing- Sum   D'Aiey, James   Bony man,  l'li/.i   Thomas, Mrs. C. 11 ....  Cumberland, John  Smith, James  1"  Gilpin, R.   R  Wilcox, W. R  Hind, II.   L....  H.  lA -  N. 07 ft  ,"i and (I.,  .1   1.  10.  N.  S...  !l���  II.  II..  I! and  I..  II and  I'.',.  II.  A  $   - no  $    -II)  $     lo  f    M 00  S   2 52  A  2 -to  tu  47  1 00  4 71)  A  2 70  1 !W  48  1 00  0 m  B  1 80  ���.M  17  1 00  ;i is  n  ,".8  03  1 00  i 01  K  HO  45  ill  1 00  2 01  u  IK)  40  1(1  1 00  '  ���1 '62  D  J.I -10  7 117  2 71  1 00  25 48 ,  loin 208. 209 and 3IS, 6.  1, (0), Slmllkameen district  1  1   si-   4 :io .  *     2!1  ��� $ 1 -ia  r  '$1 00  S   7 02  4  ,5  10  1 ;io  tm  1 00  8 (W  fl  1 SO  *)>.  t!4  1 00  ,'t 20  /  :i (10  T-'  7f,  1 00   '       4 S7  8  l -M  ���.���ii  1(1  1 00  2 (IA  Kl  H 70  5*1  U (ill  1 00  12 02  11  :i 7,r)  -���-'  70  1 00  (1 17  12  'J l!.'i  4;J  ��������_��  1 00  I  10  12  ;t lVi  HI  - I <I8  1 00  5 40  15  ���J if.  It!  (It  1 00'  15 1)2  ir>  no  OS)  1 00  1 OH  in  CO  (HI  I W  ���    1 (Kl  18  CO  .     15  05  1 00  1 80  18  OS  "   (U  1 00  I 00  11)  1 xi  .   1"  11  1 00  2 47  21  IK)  01  1 00  1  0-t  SI  S 75  51  -' 2(1  1 00  12 65  tl'-'  ���i.-i  !���.'  (U  1 00  1 m  ���S3  1   '-'U  07  1 00  2 27  I and 5   Cursun townsdc, Map 39, being a sub.division of part lot 517, 6. I, (0), Slmllhnnicen district  McLaren, John   | 4 and ft*  |     16   |    ���?       I!0   |    S     08   |    ��     03   |      411 uO  Christina Townslte, Mop 50, belnn a sub-dlvlslon of purl lot 317, 0. I, (0), Slnillkumeen dlstilct  (0)  Plovart, J. L Iblock 2   Plo/ait, J. V.i i : ". Ilot   15  I 1.        I 9��  SUB-DIVISION OF PART OF LOT 700, 0. I (0), MAP 38  IS   37   I S2 00   j S 9 57  , ���;' ,Lt Bight and-Wrong Exercise.  ���,*yys * '   ' * * .The'word "exercise" covers a multl-  ridS'tf.'; - *:' V' >  tude of sins. NIt is a .very loose term  '^M^^v ,    -, used for any form of physical exer-  i*^i%M& -V '' ;' ��� *' 'tion'-, he it sweeping out ��� a factory,  >i?f v-^^S^ ��� '* .wnlking home from the office or lifting  '%*�� ' rt&u - s ., dumbbells. To say "Exercise is bene-  &><'/ 'J ���$ig&t ' /'/'ficiar,' is n.very inaccurate remark and  if " '/���'"'.''Ni ���V'1 .*rery~dangerous belief.' It is rjecea-  '% " '*, '''i ��� *�� '"���?r? ,t0,*lt,tiDBulsh between right and  fXiA.ij' '- 'wrong,exercise. ,As often as not'big  ���^r&fe-1^- %lr" m<- muacles in-arms/chest-or legs are a  s*^$-$?$/\-]S "calamity." for they actually shorten life  ��� ' "'"'^J^'jf.njpfs. ��� unless the vital organs are proportion-  !'s^-- v tffi3$Ji&a J'*,��t?ly developed to take c&r&Zbt them.  - - y~l/,y' /.^-jXy-'^Men-are constantly wearing ont their,  '' jV t v(-,;heart's and arteries with some form of  '' ,:r<-vloleriti;work they call "exercise." If  ^, f continued' tbey would die of arterio-  ' V' ���-[Bclerosis. A pretty good general rule  * '--for-these men to go by Is to tafce no  , form of exercise after they are grown  ���,' :v>*apvthnt tbey.cannot.keep on -with nntil  they are old-men.���J. Itjdmund Thompson In National Magazine.  Manly, L.   A Ilols 3 and 4,  bloek 3,  Harnes, H< D lol 2, block 4   Manly,  L. A .-. .....*. lot 3, block 4  Manly,  L. A   Manly,  L. A   Manly,  L. A   Manly, L. A.'....  Manly, L. A'.....  Manly,  L.A..'...'  Manly,   L. A   Kirchncr,   Ella  Kleman, Andrew |block 37  lols 2 and 3, *b!ock 7   lots 1 and 2,  block 8   lols 1 and 2, block 9   lots 1 and 2, block 10....  lots 3 and 4, block 14..,.  lots 3 and 4, block 15....  lots 3 and 4, block 16....  lots 2, 3 and 4, block 21.  8.S5  S 3 60  1  20  1 80  3 60  3 00  2 70  2 70  3 f'0  2 70  2 70  1  80  4 80  18  04  39  09  i<>  39  39  2C)  29  39  -'9  ���"9  09  J5  $1  00  1 00  >i 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  2 00  C. & W. RAILWAY SUBSIDY LANDS. SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT  Horner, Samuel...".....  Tremblay, v Jos   Gilmour, John   Webb, A. C   Mclntjre, Murdock.i.  sub-lot iA of lot 2700.,  part lot 2701   sub-lot 4 of lot 2701   sub-lot 11 of lot 2704....  sub-lot 11 of lot 2701....  160.45  336-5  156.21  224.96  5*-65  >i20  OO  6 00  8 00  9 00  1 80  s  $1 05   1  $2   OO  -    3'  2   OO  3*  43  2   OO  ���   47  2   OO  , %  *"  .   09  2   OO  $4 78  '  94  & 4 99  2 29  -��� 99  4 99  ���I 99  3 99  3 99  ���I 99  3 99  3 99  2 89  7 05  523 05  8 3<  10 75  11 47  3 89  SliicklaiKl,  \V. E   Snndeis, Ilatlie, J   Unknown   Unknown   Robbins, Chas. 1��   Pearson,  Nils   Unknown   Ui'rtois, J. A   Unknown '.',   McKay, John G   Unknown ,   I'okorncy,  I*.   H   Pierce, I**.   and Sullivan,  Jas.  Unknown   Unknown   Unknown   Martin, Jos.   L   Strickland, A.  \V   En^liind,  Oscar   Pokornev,   K.   II   4 and 5..  a   10   :i   10   II and l:l   I lo 5, 8 10 10..  (land 7   I   2, ,'l and 4   6 and (1   7 and H   II and 1-J   10, 11 and 12....  8 and Si   7  to  10   ���I ami 5   (i, 7   and 8   1   1  a  5  5  0  0  8  11  >l  10  11  11  II  J]  12 '  ia  Hi  '17  17  18  8    1  0  i aa  1 20  aft  1 tl5  1 17  1 12  48  1 70  1 a5  2 -IS)  1 00  1  70  1 70  2 40  1 70  -18  50  2 4SI  1 00  2tJ  14  11  00  14  11  21  aa  20  14  an  ��� ������>  2(5  20  a7  20  27  IS)  ot  It)  oa  tit)  27  57  11  at)  :��>  57  39  02  02  57*  14  Si 00  1 00  I 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  t 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1*00  1 00  I 00  I 00'  1 00  ���'���Name of Person Assessed  Short Description of Property  Lots  Blk.  C   V  := x  13 ti  OH  o.'-n  .���a 2  '  O ,w  s-3  = 1  fr  -a  c  41  0  rt  Ul  s  (A  V  a  Ul  a.  0  X  c/jUW  ANACONDA TOWNSITE. BEING A SUB-DIVISION OF SEC. 32. TP. 70, SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT, MAP 24  Keighlley, Ewing-....  Hickcy, Pat   Payu*!70,' Vincenzzo..  Kay, Mark   Fisk, Frank R......,..,  r.l..-  !<'f '  '%?'? -  &!���"������?  _��y-7.Vi  ^j^^i. ^*. *i ...  M&'y&  ' 0  "'"  -ky$��/ --^-r  *w->-'V'.K.-.  Needed the Money Badly.  ���- A newspaper man of Washington  ���was" approached one morning by a  friend -who -wanted to borrow ?5. The  newspaper man, assuming an expression of great sorrow, pulled 20 cents  ont of his pocket and remarked:  "I'm sorry, old man, but you've  struck me just before pay day, and  I'm broke."  Having  mode  this   crafty   excuse,  he,.mentally speaking, pinned a gold  medal on himself for baring evaded  "the prospective borrower.  "When is your pay day?"'asked the  .friend.  *' "Tomorrow afternoon,"  replied-  the  newspaper man.  " "All  right,"  said the friend.   "I'll  come around then."  And be did.���Popular Magazine.  -J��,"  EL'  �� 1  tn -  1'  Merely a Test Cass.  CV, A burly negro came to the doctor of  ^f a-West African missionary settlement,'  " dragging his retuciont wife with him.  .?, "Doctor, pull one of my wife's-teetli  </ out," said be. _   -  s-j^-The doctor examined the  woman's  i;'.rmouth md found only sound teetb.  "j";*r**Oh, that makes no difference," aaM  r'Jj'the interested negro. "Pull one any-  -X-way. If it doesn't hurt her too much  rfTtbcn you can pull my tooth that Is  '���"I'ttcbing."���Success Magazine.     ���'-'-    -"  Ihi'm ILL MATED  PAIR..  *>��"*i"r -  .-  ,  ,j ��s       * ���  y'Wide' Apart   In   Temperament   Were  i^'l* y T**oma8 and J��no Carlylo.  i";,V Tbat tbe Cnrlyles were an ill assort-  A-ed couple no one could deny.  She was  <^a highly strung, nerrons woman, very  ^quick, dble and Impatient, disappoint-  ^'ed.witb ber married life and ber posl-  ^.tion.'jealous, of tbe admiration wbicb  fCarlyle received at-the bands of all  ibis-admirers, especially of one or two  Cwoinerj, whom she found very unsyra-  gpatnetfe.  ,  '.'vThat Carlyle adored her there Is lit-  "tle'doubt.'He loved her with all tbe  :.rongb, passionate power of bis nature,  'but; be' was a "peasant In manner and  'iharaeter nnd lacking in all the little  '-outward signs of devotion and nffec-  ition,wb.fch so many women exact and  ibeabseuce of wbicb tbey resent most  'bitterly.  ^'Mrs.* Carlyle found herself tied to an  Irritable genius who, sensitive at every  pqlnt^deeply devoted to ber, but nbso-  , Intely 1 Incapable   of; translating  that  toVcrInto , the  language   which   she  Cravs-ed and longed,for.   I  remember  bsr'obce saying to me In a bitter way,  ���'My  dear,   whatever you  do. never  wairy'".a'philosopher," nnd that was  the key to tbe enigma���the woman nl-  *��7oy��';hungering "for proofs of tbe d��-  votiOii^o -which tbe whole of ber daily,  Jfe'.was'wantiag.���From Lady St. Ho-  Uei**��!>!'MeniorIe8."  Keighlley, Ewing ..,   Fisk, Frank li.   Cunningham,   A   Kane, 1 liomas   .Vorns, Chas. H   .Moore, J.  \V...*....;   Keig-htley, Ewing**. ".{.'.   A.spinwall, Phil   Browh, Marietta   Smith,  Dan..'. .'........'..  Lonlier, Loon_   Lonticr, Leon   Garland, M and McLenaghan J.  Garland, M and   McLenaghan j.  NcilJ-el,  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- '.   Lontier,' Leon_.';....'.....'   Kerby, F. M ..:.''. '.   Morin, A  "...  Morris, Michael   Hooper, C.  S....'.   Estate McClelland, Samuel    Stevens, John C   Kane,'Julia A ��*   Berger, M '... : '   Boyer, Oiven ....:.....*. .'...i-.;;..  Guberich,  M   Dunn, John   Hooper, C S   Dunn, John.1 ......  Fumasoli and Patroni .".....  Garland.  T. A   Webb, Thomas   B. C. Loan & Saving* Co   Fraser, Alex...   Kane, Julia A   Carlson,- Chas A   McGuire, A. J   McGuire, A. J   Williamson, John   Williamson, John   Garland, Mary   Garland, Mary.."....'.....   Garland, -Mary .'.   Garland, Mary   Garland, Mary   Garland, Mary   Garland, Mary   Garland, Mary   Garland, Mary   Garland, Mary.- *.....'.   S   <l    10 and 11...  .8   11   U   0   7   12   I.')   8 and !'....  ���>   5 and T..'.  1   5 and 11...  1 and 2   4 and 3   8 and tl....  14   4   I and 2   30   II....:   ia   14   -I   "> and 7   <> and 7   I and 2   II and 12..  14   '4...  li...  11.  14.  "l.a.  4...  ���0...  Garland, 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.  Garland, Mary.  Garland, Mary ; !  Garland, Mary.  10   1   11 ;   14   J and 2 .*   W. part 3 and 4   "E. part 3 and 4   1   ;2 -   W.'p't.S. 0. 10...   4 to 7    . 1, 2 and  3   "12, 13 and 14   1 and 2   ��and ',(   A., 1,  2 and B   Jtand 7   Vr.V.V.V.'.V.V.V."!!!!..!   1, 0, 11, HI,  14 .*  "W. part 2���   1, 2, 3, 4, 0, 10, 13 and 14  1,2,3, 8 to   12   <S   A., B., 1 to o and S to I 1  ."!, 0 and 32   1, 2, 3 and 1 I   : II, 10, 12 and 13   1 and 3   ���o, 0, 7 and 10 to   14   ."1, G and 7   E. pt. 10, Hand 12   *>���������������*��������� ���������������*������*���* ���������������  14   Si to 14 and  B   A., 4,3, S, 10, 11   ���-ttoll    -f> and 7   I, 2 and 4 to 8    1   1  $    1 20  S  1  '      90  41  1  3 CO -  , -1 50  ->  2 25  .' 51 ,  .)  1 SO  .    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(> 35  SO  ;*1  4   10  51  �����2  '      10 50  1 -.'7  23  ].". 20  1  58  2:1   ���  3 30  :;s  :>;}  1   10  14  24  2 20  27  23  J2 10  1 52  20  0 90  1   Hi  2"  il i)0  1   Hi  28  4 40  33  ���-1)  15 40  1 82  30  I  30  13  31  C GO  71  $  11  13'  '51  47  IS  11  IS  11  31  1 85  2 30  11  4 40  17  25  39  13  2 07  2 09  8 75  23  43  3 14  1 40  Ofi  05  05  3 S)o  20  02  3 30  40  40  20  (14  97  1 75  1 75  50  03  10  1 38  (i 38  35  1 34  SS  07  35  41  12  88  GO  33  1  19  1 01  0 05  2 o~>  1 13  1 o.'l  1M  77  I 03  ill 52  7S  I  12  (I 51  1 01  3 02  2 50  5 00  I I!)  1 05  3 '.17  3 17  77  2li  4,!  2 SO  1 03  1  Si 00  1 00  I 00  ���   1 00  .   1 00  1 00  , 1 00  1 00  I 00  I 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  1 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  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  I (X)  100  1 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  1 00  1 00  I 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  I 00  1 00  1 00  J 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 OO  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  A., 1, 2, 5, 0, 7  ANACONDA, WESTERN ADDITION, MAP 97, BEING A SUB-DIV. OF PART SEC. 32. TP. 70, SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT  Garland, Mary  f  1, 2, 3, 4, 0. 7 and 8  |    11    |    S    4 20   |    5     00   |    > 1 U2   |      5.1 00   | 5  Garland, Mary,  S    2 31  2 44  (j 117  -I 23  3 40  2 31  3 40  '���J :ii  4 4(1  18 10  17 02  2 31  21 CO  4 17  5 75  4 99  3 48  15 41  12 38  11 35  3 40  4 35  13 21  5 35  2 18  1 93  1 03  1 11  20 79  3 00  1 51  37 35  5 00  5 00  4 80  1 78  0 02  9 20  9 00  5 05  1 <i3  2 S5  8 03  43 SS  5 43  7 SG  5 12  4 44  o   ���-  O    10  4 51  2 24  12 24  9 70  4 S5  10 05  (i 10  31 19  22 15  7 "lO  0 97  7 52  5 17  0 95  GO 72  5 48  21 59  40 85  ���1 90  21 88  15 19  29 ,'IS  9 (14  li 99  23 34  18 95  5 45  2 50  3 90  17 48  14 43  14 43  0 '.18  21 ill  2 (iS  9 89  Chenowelh,   W.   II.  Both well, A.  C...  McLaren, John.,,  McLaren, Harry  Kerby, 1*.   M   Hambly, John   Graham. J.   D   Homann, II. J ...  Deadwood townslte, Map 73, belnst a sub-dlvlslon of part lot 620, 6. I, (0), Slmllkameen District  18.  15    11   12....;   9 and 10..  3   0 and 7....  0   S  U  13  13  14  15  10  17  1 SO  00  1 SO  1 20  1 30  10 00  1 20  2 40  S 1 05  53  35  3 93  1 97  37  02  IS  13  08  3 59  07  70  81 00  1 00  I 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  I $    1 73  $ a iii  2 7(1  2 5a  1 15  2 70  ���* 2 5(1  2 53  1 84  3 35 .  2 70  4 42  2 30  3 35  3 35  4 43  a 35  1 50  1 52  1 43  2 20  ���I 22  1 02  3 51  2 OS  2 5S  18 52  ' 2 27  .   0 13  Pierce, Geo. R.  Guslafson, Axel   Cunningham, J. F.  Denoro townslte, Mop 103, being o sub-dlvlslon of part lot 1568, 6. I; (0), Slmllkameen district  10.  I   12 and 13..  y  13  18  S       30  19 GO  30  S ���  4 41  S      01  4 35  01  Si 00  3    1 31  1 OH  ��9 39  1 00  1 31  Eholt townsite, Map 71, belno. a sub-dlvlslon ol part lot 1223, G. I, (O), Similkameen district  McLeod, Laughlin...  Torney, W. S ,  Tebo, Michael    Bellman and Johnson   Eholt   Trading  Company   Stewart, Alex   Tebo, Michael  :   Bailey,  E.... .-. '.  Rice, L. M    John,  B.   II   Craddock,' Bruce   Shrapnel,  J. H   Fahey, Lawrence and Albeit.,  Packard, C. S   Christiauson,  Jacob   Rice,   L.    M .'   5 and U_  S   1   9 '.  13 and 14   It)   13"and V-i!!."  18   5 and 0   8   9    10   18   21 and 22   '3  4  4  4  4  7  13  . 13  24  21  21  "24  2t  24  $ 13 50  3 00  3 60  1 80  19 SO  2 40  10 00  3 00  7 50  10 00  5 40  - 5 80  9 00  3 00  7 50  3 00  $8 41  4 28  ���2 54  1 24  19 3S  7 IS  2 28  2 80  :t 71  ���3 33  1 S7  1 87  2 SI  I    1 87  5> 3 Ott  88  87  31  3 31  12  4 40  30  2r20  3 02  72  1  94  1 02  SO  2 41*.  t 50  $1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  I 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  I 00  1 00  1 00  I 00  1 00  Mclnlosh,  R...  Snyder, L.   II    Laughland,   J:   Parker, G. A   Burns, W.   -S   Desantel,  Arthur   Matheson, Neil   Lewis, F.   II   O'Farrell,   Thomas..  Mclnnes, A   McLaughlan,  D   Loftus, J   Nicholson, Geo.'.   Gloster City townsite, belnn " sub-dlvlslon of Part lot 8672, G. I, (0). Similkameen District  1   10   10   and I..  *   J  (J   7   10..:.  5   �� 2 70  2 70  2 70  3  2 25  ���1  1 50  7  1 50  7  2 25  8  1 80  8  2 23  8  1 50  8  1 80  10  1 50  30  30  30  25  25  12  12  25  20  25  12  11  12  #1 00  1 00  1 no  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  Si 20 57  0 70  ' 8 01  4 3S  43 49  3 52  28 04  ' 7  IS  ,13 50  17 70  10 45  '10 01  11 02  0 07  13 77  9 43  3    100.  1 00  1 00  3 50  a 50  2 02  2 02  3 50  3 OO  3 50  2 G2  2 94  2 02  McNee's Addition to Grand Forks, Map 128, being a sub-division of part lot 383, 6. I, (0), Slmllkameen district  Rashleigh, Waller..  Holland, Ella J...  Holland, Ella J....  Anderson, Carl....  Anderson, Carl...,  14, 15 and 10...  1   to 13   1, 2 and 3   1 to 8   1 to 7 ,  S  90  9 75  2 25  4 SO  4 20  3     00  1 71  47  S3  71  SI 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  , S   1 90  12 40  3 72  0 03  5 94  Henderson's Addition to Grand Forks, Map 156, being a sub.division of part of lot 382, 6. I, (O), Similkameen district  O'Brien, E. H   Nelson, Robert   O'Brien, E. H   12 and  li!  1 to 7   12lol7...  9  10  10  30  1 05  90  8  2 90  01  25  Ol  SI 00  t 00  I 00  'Smelter Addition to Grand Forks, Map 40, being a sub-division of part lot 49S, G. I, (O), Similkameen district  Unknown..  Oppenheimer, Joseph...  Unknown j.,  7 and 13...  1 and 2   13 and  11..  10  15  15  S    2 70  75  1 70  50  07  30  SI (XI  1 (X)  1 00  Manly & Ruckle's Addition to Grand Forks, Map 108, being a sub-dlvlslon oi part lot 534, 0.1. (0), Slmllkameen district  Manly, L.   A     1  to 0      33        $    5 40  Manly, L.   A    1 to 4      31 3 13  Manlj, L.   A    S to  14       37 5 85  Ruckle's Addition to Grand Forks, Map 36, being a subdivision of part lot SU, 0. I, (0), Slmllkameen district  43  '25  40  SI 00  1 00  1 00  Sloper,   Mrs.   Nettie..  Rotlgers,   T.   L   McLellan,  Norman...  Fallen, John O   Logan, Robert   Baker, Wilfred   12   13 and  11...  11 and  15..  0   7 to  10   2 and 3   12  10  10  21  S  00  4 20  11 40  00  4 33  6 00  $  05  * 30  2 10  03  33  30  $1 00  1 OO  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  Elkborn Addition to Greenwood, Map 62, being a sub-dlvlslon of lot 818, 0.1, (0), Slmllkameen 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.  Boundarj Elkhorn Mining- Co., Ltd.  Boundary Elkhorn Mining  Co., Ltd.  Comstork, Rose   Boundary Elkhorn Mining Co., Lid.  Boundary Elkhoin Mining Co., Ltd.  Boundary Klkhoin Mining Co., Ltd.  Bouii'lar) Elkhorn Mining .Co., Ltd.  Boundary Elkhoin Mining   Co., Ltd.  1   2 to 12    1 loll   1 lo   12   13, I I and 15..  1 lo 21    I' to   17   4 lo 12   13   II   1   to 20   1   to   IS   1  to 9     f  1,2,3,4,0. 7 and 8  I    11    [   1 to 4 and 7 to 10.  |    12  4 92  (13  1 21  1 00  0 82  7 79  Cameion,   Geo.   A....  Peterson, Peter  W   Lawler, Adeline A   Lawler, Adeline A   Malion, Gilbert   McConnell,  Maud   j  Unknown ,  Gordon, W. L. C   Unknown   Jeldness and Goode\ t*  Gordon, W. L. C   Russell, J   Penrson,   Nils   Lowson, J. G.   I*   Bailon, F, W   Ronald,   William    I Nelson, J. W   i Kerroux, Jean   (Jeldness and Goodeve  ANACONDA, CAPITAL PRIZE ADDITION, MAP 115, BEING A SUB-DIV. OF PART LOT 9H 0. I, (0) SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT  Nelson, O .'-120  I      4   |    8    2 20   |    *     27   |    *     71    |      $1 00   |  *    I 2.     , ^^  BOUNDARY FALLS TOWNSITE, SMELTER ADDITION, MAP 90, BEING A SUB-DIV. OF PART LOT 1012, G. I, (0), SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT') Stewart, J. W  Cruse, J. C     5 and 6         1 5"  Williams,   Bert...   Williams, G. M   Crate, W.   W   Lewis, E. O ��...  Hopkins, Alfred N. A   Crahf, W. W. .....  Lewis, E. O .*. .*....  Boyd,   Ernest'   Collins, Amelia   Shannon, J. J   Unknown ^-   5 aud 8   i)   11   15-and  16   1, *2and3   19   1 and 2   3   14 and 15   2d   1  1  1  i  o  3  4  4  5  5  0  C  S 5 52  $     SO  S��l 00  S    7 .32  1  20  14  li')  1 00  2 4,!  1  50  ii/  1 00  2 37  15 00  2 14  2 77  I 00  20 91  108 00  11 55  Iii Ol  1 00  140 !<)  42  02  I 00  1 41  i 80  11  21  1 00  3  15  1 50  73    1  5S  1 00  0 81  1 SO  42    '  12  1 00  3 31  1 50  79    1  10  1 00  3 09  3 00  I 58    1  80  1 00  '   0 38  30  1  1  1 00  '    1 30  I Kwong, Joe  Mace, E   EldridjrPi  Ilerbeil   Haiti, Ed. A., Estate   Jeldness and  Goodeve   Saunier, M   Whiteside, G., Estate   Jeldness  and Goodeve   Werner, Com ad   Hardy, Thomas   McRae Bros, and   Smith   Hardy, Thomas   I and 2   3   15 ,  (5 and 7   15   3 and 4 ,  :, Map 3, being  18   II and  12....  18   1 and 2   7 and S   9   II   1 and 2   'l.V'aiui "ill..".!.  20 and 21   23 and 24..  II and 12..  Hi   8   21   II   II and 12...  I   15 and  10..  I   2.1   21   8   pt. 1  %   4 90  S 1 22  pt. 2  1 72  33  *>  1 39  20  3  9 57  2 15  4  5 22  1 50  ti  11 01  2 77  0  2 01  00  i  20 88 1  1 09  8  14 79  3 31  9  7 83  1 79  9  1 39  20  9  87  10  lo  17 40  3 92  11  15 GO  3 53  12  7 83  1 79  13  1 39  25  a of part lot 860, 0.  I, (0), Slmll  kameea dlstrl  1  S    1 50  S     29  1  1 25  21  1  1 25  21  4  1 .50  29  3  75  07  7  1 50  29  of part lot 501, 0.1,  (0), Slmllka  neen district  11  $    1 40  9      50  S     33  15  1 .30  11  10  1 4(1  50  3.".  17  4 20  2 -Jo  1 02  17  2 10  18  17  8 40  1  22  17  ���15  02  18  2 85  30  18  30  35  05  19  1 20  25  12  19  10 40  1 97  3 53  19  I 27  11  19  4 20  2 2*3  1 02  20  4 20  2 25  1 02  24  17  03  24  4 SO  10  25  2 40  13  20  S4  4 10  27  29  2 10  20    1  30  3 (JO  1 81  82  32  25  01  32  5 40  1  13  52  33  2 70  1 ill  59  33  4 70  1 34  1  20  33  10 87  95  33  1 25  00  34  1  1 75  09  $1 00  1 00  1 CO  1 00  1 00  l 00  1 00  1 00  J 00  1 00  1 Oi)  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 I*)  1 00  $1 00  1 00  I (X)  1 00  1 00  1 00  SI 00  1 (X)  1 00  I 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  I 00  1 no  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 uO  1 00  1 00  1 00-  1 00  1 OO  1   UO  1 00  I 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 31  5 20  1 94  I  4 20  1 82  3 00  0 83  4 40  7 31  3    1 (55  5 it;  17 50  1 93  5 07  7 90  i   7 18  3 05  2 05  12 72  7 78  15 41  4 27  20 57  19 10  10 02  2 05  2 03  22 32  20 19  10 02  2 Oi  2 79  2 4(1  2 40  2 79  1 82  2 79  2 01  3 23  8 47  3 28  10 02  I 47  4 21  1 70  2 57  l(i SW  2 38  8 i-3  8 47  1 50  (I 20  3 53  0 21  3 30  7 23  1 20  8 05  5 00  8 30  18 82  2 31  2 84  0*-  It  I  8  I  ", v.  -J3  1  ***-,'  %  %  s  i'il  is  fil  ���&  4  }-<5 ~""*"!*ss
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Annundale, J.   II	
- Smith, James   P.,	
Bush, Susan ,,..'..'	
,   Turner, J.  A	
>    MaCaulcy and, Keighlley	
Crouse, C.   M....-.:	
- -Liindy and Hain	
- Gully, T. M. and Smith, E. F	
Gully & Co	
Gully, T. M. and Smith, IS; I"	
Riekard, S.  II	
'    Griflilhs, Ollin J	
Pearson, Nils ■.'.'.	
- Hodgson, It. T ,	
•   Houston^ W. C ,	
..' Lynch, J:unen	
'. l"earson,  Niln	
' Lyall.l'. and Cleghorn, J. P	
-   Sullivan, John, Estate	
Bush,   Susan	
Wickliani,  C	
Haiti, Ed, A., Estate '. ,	
Lowson, J. G. V	
Rickurd, S. II. and MeNichul, Jas,.
Riekard, O. II. and G. B.....	
, Jeldness and  Goodeve '.	
Kerby, F.  M	
GrinilhH, Ollic J	
New-combe, VV.   E ,	
I'alerson, Alex	
C.i'fflths, Ollic J	
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Kerby, F. M	
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Kroiimficld, Grace	
Mills, F. M. aud Graves, T.   M	
McEliuoi), I). R	
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Gaunce, W.  G	
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White,  Ed	
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Seymour, G, E	
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Coullire, Ed	
Hit-key, Put    	
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Knles. C. J	
Driscoll, John P	
Hicks, U. W	
McDonald, T	
Liinrigren. Richard	
Johnson, J.   K	
Lundgren,  Richard	
MeCarfer He Son	
Couture,   Henry	
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Simpson, J. M	
Seymour, G. E  	
Ross, Duncan	
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Stuart and Guess, G. A.
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Collins, G. H	
'Livingstone, L.  M	
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Kempl, W. V	
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Seymour, G. E	
Smilh.'B. B	
Sutherland, A. A	
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Phoenix. Qraaby Addition, being sub-d,vision of parts lots 894. 922, 933 sad 589, (1. I, (0), Simllkemeea district
.arson, Giisl.... .:...•.............   N. .£ 9 and 10.'.../••••     27        $ la'cO 1?  1 05    !      SI'00
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Jones,  William
Tufts, Sarah..    8 and  10.
Summers,. James  ... .'.   .    14 and W. }i 13.
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Phoeolx, New Votk,Addition, Map 58, belag a suk-dlvliloa ol lot °»l. 0. 1. (0), Slmllkaraeeo district
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Moore, llulda....
McGillis,   Hugh..
and   2.....
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Summit towoslie, Map 79, being a sub-dlvlslon ot lots IS57 sod 2005. 0.1, (O), Slmllkameen district
Wiseman, Emma.	
Sutton,' A. C ■'. ."..
Towe, William	
McQuarrie, M. II.. ....	
Mitchell, J.   15........... ..
Towns, C. H ..'	
Giroux',-■Alfred.-. ...... •
Buker,. William 	
Sweeny,   Huff I	
Silverstone, P.  A	
Morris, Kate. •
Morris,  Michael	
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J.   E.    HOOSON,
Ai'ting Collector Rossland Assessment District.
GOOD PRINTING
There are three essentials to good Printing--Good clear
type, good workmanship, good machinery. These are
all at your disposal at the office of THE PHOENIX
PIONEER,
HUMAN SKULL PUZZLE, ";
A   Cavity,.That   May   Have  Bean th*  .
Seat of a Sixth Sense.'
Despite the, progress of physiology,
die study of tho human body is full
jf mystery.    Some of Its -well known
•I'giuis   Imve   never   revealed   either
their uses or the reason of their creation.    The pnrt played by the spleen,
111 hiiiDim life was discovered but re-
:uutJy.    It is now regarded ns one oC  '
the principal ngents lu the circulation
•if  the  blood.    But there nre In tha
aiurvelotis     human ' organism     mysterious parts which It Is posslbU that)
no    snvnnt,    however   profound    tils,
tcnrnlng,  may ever understand.    Fori
'•istniicp. In tho skull, behind tho cartilage  of  (he  nose, there  is  n   llttla
:«vity of unknown origin.    Physiologists believe that nt one time—several
thousand genera I Ions ago—It contained
i gland consisting of two lobes Joined
by their common base. m ■
This cavity—the delta" turcica—is, in '
the opinion of certain savants, the
vcstlgo of n.sixth sense which was oC
"Trent use to tho antediluvian ancestors of man. It Is believed that this
little glnnd enabled them to sco in the
'Jnrkness when they had not yet learn-
-»<] the secret of procuring light: that
It was the sent of (ho mysterious
souse of situation or locnllty, the pow-
;r,fo orient their course, the sense so
highly developed lo this day In Rnv-
iges nnd certnln animals. The theory
Is plniislble. but It is doubtful whether
own will ever acquire any real knovrl.
edge of the reason for ,(he. existence,
jf ihe deltn turcica.—Exchange
NESTS IN COLONIES.
Homes ef the African Grosbeakf at
Big as a Native's Hut.
The biggest bird's nest In tbe world,
not o.vcepilng the stork's. Is built by
the African grosbeak. It 5s really 100
nests or more bound together with
:Iosely Interwoven sticks, vines nnd
strands of coarse grass nnd Is not
built by a single pair of birds, but by
a colony of thera. It'Is of.such enormous size that at a little distance It I*
often mistaken for one. of the native
huts built In the trees so frequently
found in wild tropical countries where
man eating animals abound, nnd the
only way to sleep In snOty is' to "roost
hlgb."
The birds usunlly select a thorn tree,
probably because of the protection afforded by the sharp, long thorns
against marauders. All around the
nest the roof of sticks, thatched with
dry. grass, projects to let the rain run
off. A deep fringe ot grass bang3 from
this cornice like n curtain to k»ep out
any stray drops. 'Hhese great nests
are added to from year to year, each
pair of mated birds building on the
main nest Sometimes the nest becomes too heavy, and tbe branch
breaks or the great mass of sticks falls
to tbe ground, destroyed by its own
weight The grosbeak is no larger
than an English sparrow and just as
gregarious.—New York, Press.
Honesty  Extraordinary.
"A    traveler   writing   In   an' Italian
magazine says fJj.it tho Swiss canton
of'llc/no is inhftofred hy the most honest folk It is possible to Imagine.    In
most   of   the   TIcinese   villages,    (he
writer says, the oldest Inhabitants do
not  rcmeinbcv   any  case  of   thieving,
however petty, within a lifetime.   Lost
objects   when   found  must   never   be  ,
taken nway; tbey must be left-,where
they were dropped or placed' in a conspicuous position so (hat the rightful
owner can find his property more easily.   The case is cited of an American
woman tourist who lost her purse on
an  excursion   in   the   Val   Cnpriasca.
Tho purse contained gold coin and n
jeweled watch.    Upon returning from
her trip she found the purse with its
contents   intact  on   a   little   heap   of
leaves, so placed that It could not fall
to  attract  her  attention.—"Sew   York
Suu.
The Parsees of India.
It was at a point near the ancient
city of Surat that the Parsees Grst
landed in India when driven out of
Persia by their Mohamm°dan conquerors, eleven centuries ago. Few things
are more remarkable than the manner
in which this small community has retained its religion and racial characteristics unchanged during that long
period. The peculiar style . of bead-
dress worn by the Parsees is said to
have been made compulsory by the
Hindu king of Indln when the Parsees
first obtained refuge In that country,
and tbey have used It ever since. Today the Parsees are the leading "commercial nation of India.
Told Him In Few Words.
A man once wrote to the Itev. C. H.
Spiirgeon. the famous preacher. Raying
that he imd henrd he smoked nnd could
not believe it to be true. Would *>ir.
Spui-goon write and tell him if It re.-.l'
ly was so?   The rcpiy w«s:.
"Dear .Sir—1 cultivate my ftt7/v-"s
anil burn <ny weeds. Yours iruly, U. U.
Spurgeon."
Putiling.
Millions—Do .vou think you will
learn to like your titled son-in-law?
Billions—I don't know. 1 can't tell
where to place him In my espense a*-
count. H<) Is neither a recnmtlon not
an investment.
A Child Wonder.
"What a wonderful memory youz
child has for names and faces!"
"Yes," replied tho proud mother.
"She never fails to recognize any ol
her former stepfathers."—Judge.
True glory consists In so living as
to make Ihe world happier nnd butter
for our living. -Pliny.
The Towers of Silence.
In Persia stand two lowers called
by tho Parsees the "towers of silence."
According to their religion, they never
bury their dead, but have the body
exposed on the top of one of the=e
towers until tlvo =im and the rain and
the fowls of the air liuvo cleaned thu
bones of all Hesri. The hones are then
collected and placed in tho other
tower. These Parsees. who are followers of Zoroaster and very devout, hnvo
almost disappeared as a people, there
being only about S.000 of them a,t the
present tizno. M
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THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
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Dr PRICES
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Baking Powder
Apure,Gream of Tartar
Powder
Made /ron\ Grapes
Local and General
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PUBLIC NOTICE.
#&#TAKE NOTICK llial I intend in
viStf^iiIv to the Nuperiiilendi'iit of Pro-
'■'•' '■' -.yiiir-inl Polii-o for " renown I of the
yyyiM^ov License held by i.ie I'm' <Iie
-'MJnartf.ird Hotel, Hurt ford J miction.
•■-y&y■■Dated nt I'liocnix, li.C, this 01 h
^^#ifdity of Ocf. 1011.
^:yj-y"1-y '        (Signed)    .Ion. •'• Bahsktt.
W§M      LANP KICC'ISTRY A(.'T.   ,
v^®vln  the-  mutter of an "lU'Jj"1.--1"" 'or
v v vv;^- tlujilicute Cei'tilU-ate nl Title to IN...
:■ ; . 1772* to 1'u.i't l" t-'C' <>f t0--;,.*?1'
•■^■V^-^v-   Block thirteen (13),   '.lap •><>,   City
■yy;yf:yyyy: „f pHoe»nix.
'S^^-SOTIOE isherchy given thai it's
':yyifmy intention nt the expiration J>f one
v^f^ionUi from,the date of-Uie iiwt, pul*-
^;vivlic*ition hereof lo issue duplicate cert-i
iflehte'of ■ TiUc to'stud lands issued U)
from
\V.   D.  'Williams came   in
the Km ma mine on Tuesday.
Mrs. Win. Murray returned to
town from Spokane, on Saturday.
Drv wood in car lots for sale.—
Apply J. Trombiey, Phoenix.
Horn—'\t Greenwood, on October
21st, to Mr. and Mrs. Dan. Biner,
a daughter.
Mrs. Chas. Lnckie and Miss N.
Thompson are visiting- tbe"" parents in Nanaimo.
R. Wilkinson, accompanied by
his son, •returned from a business
trip to Spokane on Monday.
Mrs. N.J. Carson and Mrs. R. L.
Richard returned to town on Tuesday from Spokane.
Jos. Strutzel, accountant for the
Granby company,  returned on Sat-
"V. .ft
Tony Turano visited the fruit belt
this week.
Mrs. Thos. Mclilroy, of Spokane,
s visiting- her parents in town.
A party of local hunters secured
two line deer, last week, :i few miles
from the city.
, Miss McAstocker, of the Phoenix
Hospital stafT, is visiting her people
in Nelson.
Ruebcn Karle, who was injured
at the Mother Lode mine, some
time .ago,: is. now recovering.
The Rev. L. Lee, vicar of St.
John's Anglican Church, spent a'few
days this week on his brother's
ranch, at Ronninjjlon.
Mrs. Frank McDnii"*nl announces
that tbedrawinff for Mrs. A. Howe's
piano will take place today, Saturday, at 7.30 p.m., at  ber residence.
Rev. M. D. McKee of Grand
Forks arrived in town Thursday,
and oll'icialed at the obsequies of'the
late Hurokl 1". W. Shafer at Greenwood Friday.
For Sale. — Five-roomed bouse,
together with two-roomed house on
same lot. Fine well on property.
Best location in town. A. bargain.
Apply U. Wilkinson.
1 Wm. Hrewer, who for many
years resided in Phoenix:, and later
at. Hidden Creek, has returned to
Canada after a long vacation in the
old country. He is at present living-
in Cobalt.
A. B. Hood, late manager of tbe
Ivastern Townships Hank, 'Grand
Forks, is severing* his connection
with that town. Mr. Hood, who
was at one time manag-er of the
Phoenix branch, intends taking* up
his residence otv the: coast.
Copious tears are flowing- in
Medicine Hat, according- to James
Bourne,; who recently returned from
there, the C.P.R. having decided to
erect its shops elsewhere. He says
that Phoenix is not in the high price
class at all; the prices in the Hat
being- out of all reason, and wages
are from 75 cents to one dollar per
day less.
Extensive alterations have been
made   recently   in   the   interior  ar-
In making* your purchase
of Beer. Buy where the
reputation of many years
stands ready to guarantee
THE PURITY
of OUR BEER
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.
MM ION L 23
PHOENIX BREWING CO.,
LIMITED
TRY
the
Lower Town
Barber Shop
For an Easv Shave, Stylish Haircut
Refreshing-'Mas.sagc, or an Invigorating* Shampoo. New and Up-to-
Date iii eycry particular.
C. A.
Prop.
BUSINESS
IMPROVING
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ipssifiiiffe yyy*y^
Land Kegistr*." Office. .
Kamloops, B. O.,
...    Sept. 20th, 1911.
8 &£&?' * * *H; '2*z\ r'.'Pi
■^^^TObciri'.'Liqiior, Tobacco
and Drug Ciire £WeenMs;
Alcohol, Tobacco and Drugs.   It counteracts Ihe
effects almost iostantly—removes all/cravings.
After taking the treatment there will never be any
• •  >- ■_._.!„„„,. „, „,e drugs again. Can
^^"■^fiSaB^gs^SK4*--
^v-i. Kartell Drug Co., St. cutn*'"""'"'"""*
Granby company,  returned on Mt-  ''*"*-;        f  St. John's   Anglican
urday from the Hidden Creek mine. | ™-genvent^ot    ^J^,^ assisted
by   the    vicar,   have   certainly   im-
'Mrs. O. B. Smith and children
left on Wednesday, via Great
Northern, for Vancouver, where
they will in future reside.   •
Mrs. Coutts, who has been visiting her daughters this week,
returned on' Thursday to Grand
Forks.
Harry   Kirk,   of Vancouver,   has
been   appointed    lineman    on     the
Boundary telephone service.     II. A
Nicholson now has his headquarters
in the Forks.
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proved the looks of the old edifice.
Tlie altar has been removed from its
former position and erected under
the east window. The old, delapi-
dated and equally dangerous staircase has been removed and a new
/ entrance ~ made on the north side.
Part of the alcove, which did duty
as a chancel, has been turned into a
vestry. Altogether the general result is both ornamental and comfortable.
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Sale of Crown-Granted Mineral Claims for Delinquent Taxes in the Rossland
< Assessment District.
the 0th day of November, A.D. 1911   at the■ hour of; two
to *<■
I IlKKKBY GIVE NOTICE THAT on Monday
o'clock  in the afternoon     '   "     '   W'."s.0  ;„ hip  i
Crowii-Oi-anU'd Mineral (
''■taxes unpaid tiv said person*. <<u i... 	
Ung .stiiil wile, ii the total iiinoiiiit due is not soonci- paid.
R NOTICE THAT on Monday the Otli day o ^J^^i for sale, 'at public auction, the
,.at the Court House, in the City of l^f™, >^"eumxU.v sot out. for the delinquent
*£'£.Bir^am^^ i-ludin, the est of advert,*-
Those desiring Plumbing or
Tinsmith work done, will please
call up Phone A 10, where their
wants will receive' prompt attention. I will devote tbe whole
,   of my time to tbe business.
HEATING STOVES RELINED
.AND REPAIRED.
Ralph E. Pope
'PHONE A10.
Gathering: Data For History '
According lo the report of iIn-
Provincial Archivist, recently issued,
wo gather Mini a determined anil
laudable effort i.s lo be made lo collect from all possible sources, manuscript letters, diaries, journals and
memoranda, throwing light upon
the early history of British Columbia, ll is interesting to note in
this matter that few unsettled regions have been the subject of more
treaties, chatters and grants than
has been the case with this province.
In fuel for a period covering seventy
years, beginning with Iho Noolka
Convention in 1790, a decade has
not passed without the ratification
of one orinore pacts or agreements
affecting in one way or oilier the
future of this province.
Few older countries can show a
history richer in romance and heroic
adventure than that afforded by the
early records of British Columbia
A study of its early struggling years
will satisfy the most exacting
seeker after excitement;''' while the
student of colonization will find
ample food lor thought and reflection in tracing its rise from a collection of ti ailing posts lo the
proud and prominent position in the
lvmpire which she holds today.
A reference in the report is made
to the importance nf collecting from
the old timers and pioneers their
reminiscences,. There must be many
".stalwarts"" still left in the ranks of
the "old guard," and their recollections should he preserved for the
benefit of posterity. No time should
be; lost in gathering those memoirs,
for each year', that passes marks the
last milestone for many of these
pioneers whose work has- contributed so greatly to the opening up of
this province.
The Provincial Government, with
the aid of its archivists, have now
arranged to carry on this great
work from year to year, and it'is
hoped that their efforts will result
in the bringing together of sufficient data to complete a thoroughly
trustworthy 'history- of British Columbia.- To achieve this object the
provincial authorities are calling to
their aid the people of this country,
and anything of historical interest
that will materially add to the collection will be welcomed by the
provincial archivist at Victoria.
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below is tlie trademark,
you are to look for next
time   you buy underwear.-
Your size in any garment
with that trademark will
fit perfectly, will outwear
ordinary underwear,' will
not shrink. Yet you pay
nothing extra for this
extra value; and you get our
Guarantee^of "money baek
if you can fairly claim it."
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When iii need of Mi.MniiR,
LATH, SHINGLES, CORD-
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can   fill'your  order  promptly.
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King Edward Lodge
No. 36, A.F. and A.M.
Regular communication at 8
p.m.   Seuoncl Thnrselay of
each month.
Uniergent. meetings us called: Masonic
Hall, Me Hale Block.
.1. J. Strutzel, J. .S. Boyce,
Secy. NV.M.
I. OOF.
Snowshoe Lodge
No. 46
Meets every Monday Evening at
Miners' Hull. Visiting .brethren'cordially invited.
Win. Van "NVagenon, Noble Grand
A. L. Mc'ICinnon, Fin. Secv.
NV. .1. Hutherlord, Rec. Secy.
FRATERNAL ORDER
OF EAGLES
Good Roads Convention
The prospects for the success of
the Good Roads Convention, which
is to be held in New Westminster,
on November 3rd and 4th, arc most
encouraging, and that the meetings
will have an important bearing- on
the movement for Ihe improvement
of existinj*- roads and building of
new ones is now assured.
In addition to . members of the
Pacific Hifjhway Association, a
larffe number ol" i**entletnen are
sliowintf an interest in the movement; and have signified their intention to be- present, while members
of the various provincial boards of
trade, representatives of automobile
clubs as far easi as Winnipeg, and
as far south as Portland, besides
provincial representatives of the
local legislature will be among
those taking an active part in the
debates. -Much of the preliminary
work in connection with ihe convention is being, done by W. J.
Kerr, first vice-president of the New
.Westminster' Automobile Club.
and other Standard
Makes—Always
on Hand. a*>~
Bracelet
WATCHES
made  in a wide variety of stylet
uml In several sizes, urc just na accurate,
just as durable- us the larger Omeitas.
Fur Ladies For Gentlemen
WMtftyWMm/M#wwm/WMMm.
E. A. BLACK
Wtg-y
Had Bad Sore Four Years
'/AM-BL'K HAS HKALKD  IT!
Phoenix Aerie No. 158
s-
Meets in Union Trail, Friday Evenings.
Visiting brothers are always welcome.
.Ions* Lovk,  NV. P.
'J', li. Comciiiovk, NV. Seey.
K. of P. Lodge,
No. 28    phB°.ec.,x'
Meets Tup.si*ay Kvi-'Xixo at 7.30.
Sojourning brothers cordially we'-l-
coineil.
J. -13. Caiitkii, K. of It. S.
O. ICay, C. O.
Mrs. NVilson. 110 NViekson Ave..
Toi-onlo, says: "About four yi-m-.s ago
a sore spot, appeared on tbe right side
of my face. This speit increased in
size until it became about half an iiich
in diameter and very painful. . I went
to a doctor, hut the ointment he gave
me did not have any good elVect. The
sore continued to discharge* freely, and
was most painful, fluid it cauterized,
trieil peiultiues anil all kinds of salves,
but it was no.gfiod, and T coiitiiined to
siifVcr froiii it. lor four years !
"A sample of Zain-Buk was one day
given to me, .and 1 useel it. Although
tho quantity was so small, it. seemed
to do nie some good, so I piiridiased a
further supply. '•
"l'"ach box elid nie more and morr.-
gooel. and. to my delight, before? 1 had
been using Zam-Buk three weeks, 1
saw that it was going to heal the sore.
In less than a mouth it was healed!
"I 'enow a laely in the east, of the
city, whose hiishiinel suffered for years
with mi open sore on his leg. On my
recommendation, Zuin-liuk was tried
in that case. The other elay. when I
saw her, slit; told rue that, it had healed
the sore completely.
"My daughter, who lives in I.eth-
britlgij. Alia., hns also used Zani-l'uk
With the same .satisfactory result.. I
think it is, he.yoiul all iloubl., the- finest
healing balm known."
Such is tlie opinion (if all persons
who have really tried Zani-Huk. It is
a sure cure for eezeiiin. pile's, abscesses
ulcers, scalp sores, ringworm, cuts,
burns, seakls, lirtiiscs, and all skin
injuries uniT elisensew. 50c. box, all
druggists and stores, or post, free from
-Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, for price. In
case of skin disease use also Zaui-Bitk
Soap, 25c. tublet.:
Stationery and Confectionery
Fancy Goods. Dolls and Toys, Books,
Magazines and Periodicals, Kodaks,
Films and Supplies, Musical Instruments and Supplies.    School Sundries. «
WALL PAPER AND DECORATIVE PICTURES,
GLASSWARE   AND   CHINA.
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes and Smokers' Sundries.
AL. ALMSTROM
Writing Paper in Latest
Shapes and Tints
Creamery Butter
CASCADE AND EMPRESS BRANDS
This is the "finest Butter on the  market'today.     If you   have not
tried it, just call round and get a pound; or better still Phone 2
"Empress," 35c. per lb.;
"Cascade," 45c. per lb.
"Cascade," Fresh Eggs, 40c. per do*.
Fresh Kippers, 20c. per lb.
P. BURNS & CO., LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers and Produce Merchants
PHOENIX, B.C.       PHONE 2
Dated at Ko-sland B C , this ltd elay of October, 1011.
.!. E. HOOSON,
Acting Collector, Itossland Assessment District.
First-class Fir and Tam-
firac Wood, $5.00 per cord
Pine Wood,   $4.50 .per cord.
Pi tic Wood, double cut, per
cord, $6.00.
WOOD  DELIVERED   ON   SHORT
NOTICE. 'Phone B 32
DRAYING
Phoenix Cartage Co.
If you require any Heavy Teaming* ov Hauling* done,
let us do it for you. That is our business, and we
have the equipment to execute all orders satisfactory.
First-Class
We also have a supply of first-class Cord wood, short
or long*, andean deliver it on short notice. T hone
your order to
PHONE
34
Of all Uinds promptly attended
lo. Rapid Express and Bai*--
g-ajje Transfer. Careful attention to all ciders.      l'honc- Af>5
James G. McKeown
Electric Restorer for Men
Phnanhonol restores every nerve in tlie body
HnOSpnonm tn ltJ pruper tenoion; restore!!
vim and vitality. Premature decay nnd ■altsexiia
weakness averted at once. FliospUonol will
make yla a new man. Price *8a box. or two f<^
»5. Mailed to »ny address. ItoHoobeU l>rug
Co., St. C»*lMM"Uio», On*.
D. J.
Insurance Agent
FIDI-XITY   BONDS,   PLATli   GLASS,
C OMMISSIO Nr K R
AFFIDAVITS
FOR   TAKING
Phoenix, B.C.
FIRE, LIFE AND
ACCIDENT
PHOENIX,   B. C.
PYTHIAN SISTERS
Mountain Temple Lodge No. 17
Jli-oU in .IWIIilim Hi'"-   I'»'''IM' 'I'0"'"'
First mill 'I'liinl '1'liin-sdii.V".
Mrs. H. Itoud
.M.K.U.
*Mra.A. I».*\lt'.Koii!!lo
Daughters of Rebekah
Phoenix Lodge No. 17
Mrcts in   lli«   Miiici-s'   I'nioii   I.odiro
Hull l-'ii'st; anel Third WtMlnosdny.J,
MIkh M. "Muukiiiizie, N'olilu lliui <!.-
Airs. Efllti "Mai-shall, Sociotiuy.

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