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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Apr 26, 1913

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Array ?��-Y*3*V,  l*%i&V*  I <��������    Cx iJ  ��������  GRANBY DIRECTORS  ANNOUNCE DIVIDEND  '$224,000 to be Disbursed rJune 2  ���Operations at Hidden Creek  Forging Ahead.  Announcement is made from New-  York that the directors of the  Granby Smelting company have declared their regular quarterly  dividend of $224,000, payable June-  2, but the report creates no surprise,  as it was stated that at the time of  the resumption (, of disbursements  the company would opportion $1.50  :i share among- its stockholders  every 90 days.  The meeting of the directors was  called this time in advance of the  regular date, is President W. H.  Nichols is preparing to leave New  York in a few days for a , two  months sojourn in Europe: The  payment will make the disbursements for the current y��iar $448,000  and the total since dividends were  inaugurated $4,449,622. The last  dividend prior to the one paid in  March was $2 a share, dechired  December 30, 1910.  The 2000-*on daily - capacity  smelter being erected at Granby  Bay, B.C., by the Granby Smelting company, lo treat the ores from  its Hidden creek properties, will  bCcompleted and i�� operation by  next ,December, unless unforeseen  delays in the delivery of ' the  machinery and equipment occur.  The machinery will be shipped from  the different factories about Mayi,  and delivery on the ground should'  be made by June 15, allowing ample  time for the transfers-necessary,  at  from the tunnel " levels and the  stopes being opened have revealed  far better values than estimated  from the diamond drill   exploration.  The Bonanza properties lying two  miles from the Granby Bay smelter  site, which were taken under option  last May, is showing up much better  by diamond drill exploration than  was anticipated. A 45-foot vein has  been discovered by the drills, which  averages better than 2 1-2 per cent  copper. Yet exploration of the  ground has not been completed and  further important discoveries may  be expected at any lime.  The snowfall at the Hidden creek  mine during the past winter 'was  unusually heavy, but as such weather was anticipated, an allowance  was made (for it in the operating  schedule, and the buildings," etc.,  will be completed well within the  time agreed upon.   ��� ���j   Mining Notes of British Columbia  N. Chisholm of Ymir, has transferred his interest in the G'oodenough  fraction, the Damairscotta and Little  Nell claims on Wild Horse creek to  O. A. Lovell of Ymir. Trefle Boyer  of Vancouver, formerly of Nelson,  has sold to Mr. Lovell a one-third  interest io the   Damairscotta claim.  For a cash consideration the  Consolidated Mining and Smelting  company has purchased the* famous  Springer creek,  con-  Trie group  number of claims and is  *  the   north side   of  the  The Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting & Power Co.,  Limited.  NOTICE.  NOTICE IS HERBY GIVEN, that  at a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on April 17th, 1913, a  dividend of 1.J per cent, was declared  out of the net earnings of the company, payable June 2nd, 1913, to all  stockholders   of   record   at   3  p.m.  May 19th.  NORTHRUP FOWLER,  Secretary.  ���Boundary Ore Tonnages  Following are the returns of the  output of the mines and smelters  ofthe Boundary district for the week  Ottawa mine on  near Slocan city,  sists of a  situated on  valley of Springer creek. It is in  connection with Slocan city by a  wagon road. The mine workings  are about 1,000 feet above the'level  of the creek. For some years' the  Ottawa mine was one of the heaviest producers of silver in the Slocan  district. In 1904 the shipments  amounted to 1,330 tons, Hvhich  netted the smelter $120,000, which  was mined and shipped at an expenditure of $50,000, leaving an  actual profit on the year's operations  of$70,000.     ,  Fifty thousand dollars is the purchase price of the No. I and Daisy  claims, near Sanca, on which an  option has been secured by Angus  K. Stewart and John E. Smart of  Victoria from Charles Kuhn of  Nelson, through Arthur Wheeler,  Jr. of Victoria, according to ,an  agreement filed at the government  office. Under the ��� terms of the  agreement, $1,000 is to be paid   on  feef of good, clean coal, and when  Mr. Godfrey took measurements to  get an idea of the tonnage, these  figures showed there to be 12,440  tons to the acre, or 7,961,600 tons  to the section, and allowing for the  dip which the seam makes at the  present depth, these figures would  Le doubled, giving the enormous  tonnage of 15,923,200 tons to the  section, and from careful prospecting, this seam is known to underlie ten sections. Above this large  deposit is another good, workable  seam five feet in width. ^which adds  greatly to the estimated tonnage  Mr. Godfrey has had a great deal of  experience in coal mining in British  Columbia and in;the old country.  The Vancouver World states  that six holes have been bedrocked  on Johnson creek on claims 3 and 6  below discovery. They failed to  produce a prospect sufficient to  justify further work. Several bed-  rocked above discovery' were also  blank. Bedrock on Silver creek  shows very fine floor colors in  places, but there is no pay on these  creeks. The majority of the stam-  peders are returning to Altin. Probably a hundred and fifty are  remaining to prospect this summer.  These are gradually moving in the  direction of the Dease Lake watershed. The Carmack party is sixty  miles southeast of Silver creek.  .Work is being done on Moose Horn  creek,    but   the   prospectors     find  Police Court Case  Police magistrate Mulligan, on  Monday heard the application of J.  K. Mecredy ' to' have D. Deane  placed under bonds for using threatening language towards him, which  if continued, the complainant  thought might be followed by'vio-  lence to his person, Both the parties were represented by counsel,  the complainant being represented  by W. Black ol" Greenwood, while  Ernest Miller, M.P.P., appeared for  the defendant. The application was  eventually dismissed, counsel for  Mr. Mecredy stating that it Mr  Deane would promise to abstain  from repeating the offence, he would  not press the matter. This, Mr.  Miller on behalf of Mr Deane,  agreed ��� to. Nos witnesses were  examined.  During the progress of the case,'1  an interesting point of law was  put forward by Mr. Miller on behalf of his client, to the effect that  when one party threatens another,  and the subject of the dispute is a  title to land, the "assault" being  followed by a similar action as that  before the court on Monday, the  jurisdiction of .the magistrate to  try the case is ousted.  LOCAL MACHINE SHOPS  TO BE ENLARGED  Extensive Modern Additions to  Present Plant Contemplated  by Granby Company.1  Seattle,- -where--the   consignments  endirrgr April 26tfrrsind/y6arto'da'te-  or before June 1   next,   the   balance .  , , . ,   . .,    in blue clay, with  of the purchase price being   payable j       t       T     _ , j  $24,500 on December 1,   1914,   and  S24,500-on~June 1, 1916r-:  Ore cari  Opening of Anyox Store  The residents of Anyox celebrated  the opening of the new store at that  place on Monday April 14th. Over,  a hundred were present and the  evening was pleasantly passed in  dancing. The guests were also  entertained to an   elaborate supper  difficulty owing to "the depth  of  the j Tbe.store is in connection with   the  ground.    One hole is down 60  feet 1 Hidden    creek   mine   and    will    no  no   sign   of bed-ldoubt prove'a source ot   great   con-  \With the evident intention of  manufacturing or putting together  a share of the machinery "required  at the Hidden Creek mine, and incidentally to bring the resources of  the local machine shops well up to  date, the Granby Consolidated are  about to enlarge the present establishment here in Phoenix. Large  orders for various modern machines  have already been placed and the  necessary enlargement of the building is expected to be shortly commenced. Among the additional  machinery contemplated are tbe  following: A Pratt and Whitney  turret lathe, one heavy engine lathe,  made by the Newhaven company,  a Kernpsmith's milling machine, a  universal grinding machine, one  small upright drill press and a cold  saw cutting-off machine. By the  installation of the above contemplated new equipment it will be  seen that the company intend to  keep well ahead of developments  not only at Anyox or here, but elsewhere as the opportunities for expansion present themselves. That  Phoenix is to receive a share of renewed activity is made patent by  the recent utterances of the company's general manager, J. P.  Graves, but what sjiape that activity  will take -is unfortunately left to  i conjecture.  /  to the.istea*T>sbipt*1>opt;rat*.p>tr between  jMother  Pu(,'et; .Sounrf  pomts_,, j*",1-1 ^,'-**-'rsVn'-*X  B-iV   *-' * S *  . will,be,turned ovct;, by v tjhe,? .railway I Granby  '    ***��*t   frfec t��t^nmu*ninu..nn��mt!nn' *n��.t\&.j>.����n    sMofcWCtf  Rawhid  Napoleon  Queen Victoria.  Underground development at the  Others  Hidden creek mines has progressed  satisfactorily, during , the' winter.  The   upraises- into    the   ore   bodies  26,002" 403,;101lbe.smPPed Providing fifty   per  450  95  8,951  1,869  SMELTER TONNAGES  Granby 24,445     383,784  Jhas   also   been   agreed   that   the  option can be extended to   Sept.    1,  '1913, by a   payment   of $1000   on  June 1, and to   December   1,    1913  rock.     I would warn   anyone   other I ^nience to   the; employees   of the I c'.'Copper Treatment*  thanthose.JVJbo.ar'e.prepared.to-proi Qranby.QonsoHdate^who .have cast \, ^?^VP���^^7^��'    .   I*       It    *C   i,���^r��miin**t���Mminff\��n'tbeir,lot:^itli- tHe.   new   mining!    .The^B-.C.   Columbia   company s  ���*\^��^���?^Z^XZ^\*^  Ed Davis; formerly of Grand\ smelter   treated 13,701 tons of ore  in..   The majority of those returning I ,      ,     .     <       ' . ���    ' mu wfA   *k follows* Mother-Lode  ,to Altin areioing into   the   O'Don-  Forks has been appointed manager, I this week, astollows. Mother Lode,  thS tne\neUc^ek"4buntry, where good   payU��"> Jas>-   We',r> for ���any year* w'!th  was struck on bench leases last-fall   the   Hunter   Kendnck   and   Morrin  by O'Shea, who took out 37 ounces  Thompson companies of Phoenix, is  R. McKee, discoverer   ^sis'tant to Mr. Davit,.  6,322;'Rawhide,  6,109;  Napoleon,  715; Queen Vict.,420; others, 135.  in five days.  ZV~Z. U" ��� '    ,,���-;?��     of^o?7  bv a second r,*Vm*.r,t  ���f  <M nnn   n��� I of McKee creek, took out 40 ounces  *   B. C. Copper Co... 13,701 ^ 216,971 \��y �� second payment  of 0>l,OOO   on ��� ��.V���^/     Phoenix has too  many tinhorns.  rr   [Spprfmhor i    1913 (on the same  lease.     J.    iW.    tiuttnerI _��� -'  It will cost the staggering sum  f of $978,200,000 to run the British  government through the comingyear  The  Store  Amos Ga'dfrey has returned to  Telkwa-from the Copper river coal  fields and report five seams of coal  discovered , on the property upon  which there .has   been   nearly   1500  has acquired a number of leases   on j  this creek and   will  throughly   pros-j  pect the district   this   summer.     He j  has an outfit on   the   way   now,   including a "-.mall drill.     The only pay |  struck on thL*> creek   is   that   found |  Clothes that Pay!  NEW ARRIVAL IN THE GENTS'.  ......    : FURNISHING DEPT."  SLATER SHOES  BELLS' SHOES  These two makes are pre-eminently the best on the Canadian  market. We have them iu Black and Tan���in all the jatest  lasts���Look them over !  Fit-Reform Clothing for  Spring  See this wide range of new  goods tailored  in   the   largest  and  best equipped Tailoring Establishment in Canada.  Stetson Hats Von Gol Hats  Fancy Shirts, Hosiery  and Neckwear.  feet   of    tunnel   work   done.      The I by O'Shea and McKee on Gold Hill,  largest of these seams .shows  eight j No. 3  YVheu getting your Spring Toggery, visit the Store which has  the biggest range and newest goods. This brings you to us���  always.  Copper in Demand  The current issue of the Boston  Commercial, which is unusually  well informed as to the copper situ-  tion, states that the metal is in  "good demand. Foreign consumers, either due to better banking  accommodation or the belief that  copper is to enjoy a sharp advance,  are coming into the market for  good-sized quantities of the red  metal both for near and far forward  delivery.  "European users of copper have  a smaller stock on hand at present  than for a long time and, therefore,  if the idea spreads that it is a good  time to lay in a considerable amount  of material, the available supplies  in the warehouses of Europe or refineries in this country will quickly  vanish.  American consumers are buying  in good quantity because business  slill continues active, but they have  not resumed the practice of anticipating their need for some time  ahead.  The mines of this country have  for some time been producing about  to their capacity and there is not  likely to beany considerable gain  from this source. In the meantime  consumption has eaten up the supplies which accumulated following  tlie 1907 panic and has kept pace as  well with the new production which  came with the development of the  porphyry copper mines.  The relation in fact between   pronation and consumption   is now so  close that the variation of  either  is  quickly reflected in the price   of  the |  metal. ���_  This fact was brought out in the  past few months. When the money  stringency became acute abroad,  consumers over there were forced to  forego their usual practice of stocking up ahead. The accumulation of  visible supplies which followed temporarily depressed prices and furnished the basis for many bearish  arguments. Recently the shutting  down of several important mines in  Mexico and abroad will result in  some reduction in production temporarily and as the buying demand  of Europe consumers has resumed  more normal proportions the price  has responded and will probably  still further advance.  In Style-Craft  tailored clothes you get  your money's  worth   in  honest   wear and   solid  "���~r������"���~���������""���������������'*���~*  comfort,   and   besides���  Commences New Duties  A. S. Hood, formerly stipendiary  magistrate in Phoenix, who recently  received the appointment of police  magistrate at Rivers Inlet, left for  the scene of his new duties on  Tuesday.  Band Secretary Resigns  The secretary of the Phoenix  City band, J. Finlay, tendered his  resignation of that post at a recent  business meeting of the bandsmen.  The vacancy wa�� filled by the unanimous election of Jos. Butcher.  The finales of the organization are  in splendid shape, the Mini of $200  standing to their credit in tlie bank.  tsss*i��ip  give you an air of distinction which influences  others, and smoothes the  pathway to business and  social success.  We can show you a  Style-Craft Suit or Overcoat  which just suits your personality.     Drop in today and let us prove it.  13 men   were   dropped  down   the  shaft of a Butte mine on April 23.  i.V ''  -      f 3  rV'S.  *,)l  ���aT':v'-.*-ife��iti  ���> ���  *���    v�� ���I.i-.'jW  "m  ��1* f  ,>*. ���"-r'TPffKM-a'fF'ws?!  ME   PlONEEE.   PHOENIX.,   BRITISH   COLOMBIA.  I !  _. i-  Men, who have  outgrown their  youthful waistlines,  i  who have become  ��solid citizens" in  weight, as well as in  importance,  should depend on  the Fit-Reform  tailors and have their  Spring Suits and  Overcoats made to  their individual,  order. Perfect fit ,  guaranteed. ���~.  Concentrates  7S5  The Duke of Portland has purchased 37,000 acres of land in the  Nicola valley.  Colonel Allen, the New Zealand  minister of defence, is expected to  address the Canadian club in Vancouver, shortly.  Constable Henry E. 'Brickland  has been appointed to take charge  of Shuswap station where Constable  Thos. Oxley has been performing  special duty.  The city of Kelowna on Okanagan lake has a petroleum excitement and several claims have been  staked out by the residents.  For the first time in twenty-three  years a French-Canadian has recently consented to accept a place in the  cabinet of Manitoba.  The    fishing   schooner,    Jessie,  which   arrived   at   Victoria   a few  days  ago,    reported ���   the   loss   of  10,000lbs  of fish   which' she  was  obliged' to  leave  in  her gear and     . ��� ... .  ���      .   . b who  was  in British  Niagara Falls Eclipsed  Niagara, for generations has been  spoken of as the world's greatest  waterfall. Then Victoria falls on  the Zambesi came into the spotlight  as more than twice the height of  Niagara. Now it is conceded that  the palm comes back to the American continent, and the world's  mightiest is in I-Jritish Guiana.  At the West India Committee  rooms, London, the other day, Dr.  Percy Rendall described the visit he  made to the Kaieteur falls, in  British Guiana, in July last, and  illustrated the scenes through which  he passed and the waterfall itself by  means of a series of vivid photographs.  These falls, which Dr. Rendall  asserts is the world's greatest, was  discovered by- Mr. Barring ton  Brown when he was descending the  Potaro river, in 1871. It was  thoroughly explored and measure-  meats taken two years later by an  expedition which was organized at  the request  of Sir George Young,  ORi��A5VS  A pore, wholesome, reliable Grape  Cream of Tartar Baking Powder.  Improves the flavor and adds to  the health!ulness of the food.  Morrin Thompson,  Phoenix.  Yp-tt  ���  X$ir ;  *ty<  '-.%���.)!/ '���'  "���\iy '-  King Ed ward lodge  No. 36, A.F. and A.M.  Begular communication at 8  p.m. Second Thursday of  each month. '  Emergent Meetings as called; Masonic  Hall, McHale Block  Jas. E. Garte'h,  ��� Secy.  Palmer J. Cook,  I. O. 0. F.  Snowshoe Lodore  No. 46  Meets every Monday Evening at  Miners''Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  Walter. Ross, Noble Grand.  Dan Paterson, Fin". 8ecy.  '. ��� Sam McLeod, Rec Secy.     .   .  Daughters of Rebekatv  ���; V/^RHoenfx^Lodfco Noi'iT." ��� ',  . >-1 Meets ,in   the Miners'   Union.  Lodge  /V Hall-First and Third Wednesdays.  - , Mrs. AmyCook, Noble Grand.'*-^  ' ���    Mrs. Effle Marshall, Sccretai-jrlTv,  run for shelter.  The final game for the English  I Football Association cup took place  on -Saturday last at the Crystal  palace. The game resulted/ in a  victory for Aston Villa with a score  of 1-0. .,  During a recent raid by the Vancouver police on a Chinese gambling den in Vancouver, the officers  found that the Chinese proprietors-  had erected a stout steel cage to  protect the dealer from arrest. ���  Many telegrams supporting the  establishment of a government dry-  dock at Vancouver, have been recently received by the mayor of that  city and H  Guiana at the  time engaged on the Coolie commission. The fall has a height* of  822 feet, which is rather more than  twice that of the Victoria falls and  five times that of Niagara. Its  available average energy is computed at over 1,250,000 horse power, or nearly 65,000 horse power  more than that of Niagara.  The Egeria   is   for sale.     After a  year's  effort the Vancouver branch  of the Navy League have been compelled to give  up its scheme foi- establishing a   training   ship   at Vancouver, and   the  famous   old vessel  now anchored oflf-Deadman's island,  will be disposed of.      It is regarded  in   shipping   circles   as   regretable,  but the  absolute indifference of the  public, and   the   lack   of interest in  the   scheme   precluded    the    Navy  League from  carrying out its plans.  Captain F. W. L. Moore, district  staff adjutant, was in Rossland last  week making an inspection of the  local armory. The captain stated  that it whs the aim of the government to organize militia companies  in Rossland, Trail, Grand Forks,  Phoenix and Midway, so as to make  up a regiment. The officers and  members refused  Rossland unless ;  disbanding the  was given.  to  reorganize   in  i   good" reason for  former    company  I Enormous Bookings to Canada  The extraoidinary favor with  which Canada is viewed by British  immigrants may be guaged from  the fact that the steamships of the  White     Star   Dominion   Canadian  service dispatched   from   Liverpool  H. Stevens,  its repre-1 are booked full of second- class pass  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES  *'  greet the coming of a, case of  PH03NIX K  oEER  Phoenix Aerie No. 158  Meets in Union Hall, Friday Evenings.  Visiting brothers are always welcome.  Quitman Work, W. P.,  James Wkib, W. Secy.  r WHY?  I Because the Beer is so good  land wholesome it brings the  smile.  'PHONE 23 -  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  LIMITED  Parlia-- engers  until the  steamer  Cahada,  May 3;  and  in  the  case  of third-  class, as far ahead as the Teutonic,  May 17th.  This    means    that   within  seven  when   the  sentative in   the  Dominion  ment.  The expedition led by Archdeacon  Hudson Stuck, which started from  Fairbanks in  ao  attempt to  reach I  the   summit   of  Mount  McKinley,   weeks   from   March   29,   the highest  peak  on   the American  steamer Arafcic left  for Halifax and  continent,   arrived  recently  in - the   D~~*1     '   '"**'   4an"  Kantishna .district safely.  Squatters within the railway belt  in the vicinity' of Revelstoke are  now filing their claims and having  them investigated. This action is  being taken prior to the proposed  throwing* open< of 50,000 ^acres-'of.  agricultural land for settlement in  forty-acre blocks  Portland with 1800 passengers, of  -whom over 700 were second class,  the latter constituting the largest  number of the denomination ever  carried to Canada on one steamer,  no fewer than 3400 second class and  8500 third class have sailed, from,  .the /"Mersey ���''by '' steamers'��� 'of ^ the  Whtfce Star Dominion Canadian  service. So great was the demand  for accommodation  that the mana  Writing to Manager  Rolston  of Lers were  compelled to arrange for  K. of P. Lodge,  No. 28  Phoenix,  B.C.  Meets Tuesjoay Evening at 7.30.  Sojourning brothers cordially wel  corned. y  J. E. Carter, K. of R. S.  Gordon Thompson. C. C.   .  ---���if--*! *���'J'  sB.:*?*? 2is.  PYTHIAN SISTERS  Mountain Temple Lodge No. 17  Meets in Pythian Hall, Lower Town  First and Third Th uwday**.  Elizabeth Pope  Mrs. Mary McKenzie  M.B.r  LC.  RECO STEAM LAUNDRY  The machinery in our Laundry has  recently been completely, over-hauled,  and we are now in a position to'give  our patrons the utmost satisfaction in  all kinds of laundry work at the most  liberal rates.  We Can Wash Your Rugs Clean  A Trial Solicited.  Phone 50.  Dominion Ave.  NOTICE is hereby given that meetings of the Provincial > Labor Commission will be held at the following  places:----' .  Penticton���Tuesday, May 6, 10 a.m.  . Hedley���Wednesday, May 7,.2 p.nj.  Princeton���Thursday, May 8, 8p.m.  Greenwood---Saturday, May 10, at  2 p.m.  Phoenix���Tuesday, May 13th, 2 p.m.  Grand Forks���Thursday, May 15th,  at 8 p.m.  Other meetings will be announced  later.  The Commission will hear evidence  on all matters affecting labor conditions in the province.    All persons-interested are invited to be present.  H. G. Parson, F. R. MoNamaju,  Chairman. Secretary/  i'i  WOOD  First-cUbs  Fir and Tarn-  arac Wood, $5.50 per cord  'Fine Wqod,  $5.00 per cord.  Fir and Tamarac,-double cut,  per eoid, $7.00.  WOOD  DELIVERED  NOTICE.  ON   SHORT  'Phone (332  We make a specialty of. Miners'  Shoes; good fit, nice shape, and  ; ;.. nothing but the best of stock used  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  NICK PALORCIA,  Knob Hill Ave.        Phoenix, B.O  tbe Vancouver Exhibition associa  tion in regard- to supplying- animals  for Hastings park, W. O. Learn of  San Antonio, Texas, points out oue  of the new horrors of war. " He  states that on account of the civil  war in Mexico he has been unable  to secure his usual supply of. young  parrots. ���  'Improved facilities for the enforcement- of the law in - the outlying portions of the province are  contemplated .and provided for in  the invitation by the public works  department of tenders for the erection and completion of lock-ups and'  constables' quarters at Bella Coola,  North Bend, Spence's bridge and  Terrace.  Five thousand poles for use on  the telegraph lines along the Panama canal, are to be cut and shipped  from Graham island. This will be  the first- of the pole timber of  Graham island that has found 7 a  market outside the island. Some  of the timber has not a branch for a  hundred feet up, and poles of any  size can be cut in unlimited quantities.  'An appeal is shortly to be made  to the Imperial government to use  its good offices in the case of the  three homesteaders from the Calgary district  who have" been coiirt-  the steamship Cymric sailing on  April 8 for Boston, to call at Halifax.  Further, the Cymric, May 6 and  Arabic May 20 will call at Portland  before proceeding to Boston. Canadian passengers in these instances  also disembarking at the first-  named port  martialed in Russia and sent to  Siberia for their evasion of military  duties. Russia refuses to admit  naturalization in other countries,  the maxim being "once a Russian  always a Russian."  An official appeal was. made on  April 17th, by the Chinese government to all the Christian churches  in China to set April 27, aside as a  day for prayer that China may be  guided to a wise solution of the  critical problems besetting her. This  act of the government is regarded  as striking evidence of the extraT  Ordinary changes which have taken  place in the flowery kingdom since  the revolution.  A*number of Canadian members  of the Masonic order assembled the  other day in the crypt of St. Paul's  cathedral and laid wreaths on the  tomb of Lord Wolseley.  DO   YOU  WANT TO  wmmaamam^mmmmmmmmammmmmmmmammmmmmmmaimmmmammmmmm  MAKE MORE MONEY  IN placing your Newspaper Advertising",  place the greatest value on the paper with the  greatest influence on its readers.  fit  Use the medium that is watched for every  week by the people of your community.  Spend the money with the paper that is  read with interest. It reaches the people and  you know that you're getting into the homes of  the people you want to reach.  Quality has not yetK become popular, but  the day is not far distant when this will be one  ofthe main features of Newspaper Advertising.  In the meantime business men, who have faith  in quality, are reaping huge returns.  . Iff  Remember first,' last, and always, that circulation counts; that quality-of service gives  quality in returns. The high priced medium  pays. .? Like the high priced servant, you will  find money well expended.  y  You can make more money by selling  more goods; you can sell more goods by advertising in The Phoenix Pioneer, whose constituency is the Boundary district.,  7:  ���;;   .fff :���....'..  The way to test the truth of this statement  is to send us the copy for your ad. right away.  The experience would not be an expensive one,  and satisfactory results are assured.  '    fff'"  We use the most modern  type and  machinery money can buy, combined  with thorough  workmanship���a combinatibn which enables us  to do the best work at a moderate cost.  Mineral Act.  FormF.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  If ht- cannot supply tha  M AKVlii.acctipt no ot,.������  but send stamp for Illustrated  M AKViii.acctipt no othor,   -d stamp for Ulustrat   hook��� ic-aled. \\ gUa full partli:       ..��������� .. B..w.. .mm partlc.  ulans and directioiii invaluable to ladles.  JWHKSOR SUPPLY CO..  Wia����eri Qa\, cic-uni Agon*, e  , ' NOTICE.  "Bohnont Fractional" Mineral Claim, Bituiite  io the Greenwood Mining .Division of Yalo'district. . ;    ;;    : ;  Wboro located:���Greenwood C�� mp.  TAKE NOTICE, that I, Donald J. Matheson,  ogentfor Eric E. Jiiokubn. Free Miner's Ccr  tilicntc No. i9.80��B, intend sixty days from the  <l;ttt! hereof. Lo upjily to the Mining Recorder  for u Oertiflctite of. Impi-ovumeiiU* for tho  purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of tho  ahovo claim. - ���       ���  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, rnuHt be commenced heforo the issue  of such Certificate of Improvement*-.  Divtod thi.s 19th day of March. AM. 1913.  il. 3. MATHESON, A*0nt.  ��>;  'y&��&a>&  The PHOENIX PIONEER  $2.00.per year, in Advance: $2.50 per year, United States  mmmm.  We ibe CLEANEST, SIMPLEST, and BEST HOME  DYE, one can bny-.Why you don't even have lo  know what KIND of Clotb your Goods are mada  0I.--S0 Mistakes arc Impossible.  ���Send for Free Color Card, Story Booklet, adit  Booklet ffivlnir result* of Dyeing over othor colon.  '  The JOHNSON-RICHARDSON CO., Limited,  * Montieal. Canada.   . I  ���J  ���'      ���> . ' X 1H1 11 ���iimiiinijl  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 8.45 a.m. 1  T   " "        lower town,   9.00a.m. [Standard Time  Leave Greenwood 3.00p.m. J  PROMPT  ATTENTION  TO  EXPRESS AND  FREIGHT  <JD FULLER,. Propriotoift ,V"i?."'w<C~.  "���-���f>>^;^ -,-fyr'T  THE  -���te<^^^^e^.SiSSJWt Of the fM, ,hM only  PIONEER.    PHOENIX.    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  -       t,  jrvu abtaui BUCCeSS. . "  Hri"c�� ��W ���*�� your nerves, and the  balanced in some way *yon have to mal�� "t time3 must be  D  .*pH^'.p*^EN.rx,pT&N^E^.(,  issued weekly  at Pii.oe.yjx, British Columbia  -Subscription, 2.00 per year-  2/50 to United States:   *  G. Kay, Publisher.  'r.  Golden   Medical   Discovei  PurifyingaCtheabtennd g^f.������ ��-��*?- thu��  indirectly aidiric the Hv��^t��� ��� 8,trenJ?th *0 the nerves,  work.  D,  Zilr w to perform its vfery important  BuceessS fwTL'nSSS; "��*?*.n*���** has been  Sold by rn^*l��fajlg%l*���^���y builder.  trial box of "Tablets'' �����rH1,qUid or.table* form-  cent stamps.     aDlets-   maJled on receipt of 50 one.  Jf in failing health write Dr. R. V. Pierce1,  faculty at Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, Lw York  DR. PIERCE'S GREAT  FAMILY DOCTOR-BOOK,  The People's Common  SenJ-e Modicai Adviser  ���newljr reviaed up4o.  dale edition���of 1008  Pages,  answers   hosts  ��*.A��"cat��   question*  .which  every  woman.  finaloormamed.ousht  to Know.    Sent FREE  in cloth binding to any  address on ���  *  -  50 one-cent  cover cost  and ma  Advkrtwing scale  A ppllcnQon for Liquor Licence (30 days) ..$5.00  jCtorUflciito of Improvement notice (GOdays)^fio  ApplfcitUon to Purchaso Land not (cos (60 day*,)  n .    "       ���; $7.fi0  uoiinqnciii Co owner notices (00 days) $10.00  _' Small Watur NoticoH ��J0 days) '..... *j7.'5o  All othor Icijal advertising-, 12 cents a lino.  I,r��*'-r*      flit 111 ���<,-.*��� a ���*,...      It...       ** .   -. i a ..���  -Fa^-nc^abre 'case-was 'that -of a  genius   somewhere   in   the   middle  west who murdered his young .-wife  and then   drove home sitting- on her  body.    After conviction   the   prison  was besieged  by   adoring   females,  who bedecked the cell  with   flowers  ���and  begged   for   Jocks   of   hair  in  memory of the   man   who   had   not  beaten,    but   murdered,    his    wife.  Now woflhen rarely act  in that   way  toward   men who murder men,   but  they usually act in that way  toward  men  who  murder   women.      Why*3  YOU PAY WHEN CURED  y  i&  ��*  [S-v  The  Queen's Hotel  COMPLETELY REFURNISHED AND  REFITTED  ,,     ,        ,   �������  *�� ������'Vjho u, mil), i ���-���-������    "iiy   muiucr    women Whi?v  ���olntrSo column, for the first insertion; and 8   1�� ,>,,������ ., omen.        wily,  conuo lino for each mibHoquent insertion, non- Because they   admire a   display  of brutal force toward their own  sex? And would not these same  women feel a certain sense of gratification at being beaten by their  husbands.���Vancouver Province.  Cured hy th, NeVr Method Th���i-^?  Saturday, April 26, 1913  NQ NAMES OR PHOTOS USED WITHOUT WRITTEN COn1S7  NERVOUS DEBILITY  DJfond middl-vno-arf ��_- ^ZT?S?.u.T'm ���  ���  ���WEJ  We beg to announce the reopening ofthe Queen's Hotel.    This  popular-hotel has been completely refitted throughout:    -  everything new and up-to-date.    Large lofty rooms,    -  heated with hot water.   Perfect fire appliances.     '       ������  Night and Day Service  Patrons of this hotel will-find in  it all  the comforts of home.  I erfect satisfaction is assured all our guests.     It is -  the most centrally located hotel in town.  Bar Stocked with Best Wines, Liquors, Cigars  Chisholm & Hartman, Props  FIRST STREET AND KNOB HILL AVENUE  Your Milk Supply  - , Should come from-healthy and vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  manner ; Separated Cream insures purity and  ^���ua,it*y-      ��� The Dairy produces both.  THE  DAIRY      J. w. Han nam, Prop  Xm%:  Come in and See  Vou will never know how good a Spring Suit you can  get at this store until you come in and see our  Proper Clothes for Men  Style and Quality the Best  Prices to Suit every Pocketbook  If you   need  Shirts,   Neckwear, Hosiery, Underwear, etc.  you are sure to find here just what you are looking for."  Ingenious Swindle  A   Toronto  gas company  official  told a good story the other day of a  new method of "beating"  a   meter.  Here it is:  "This was not an   electric meter,  but a gas meter and one of the type  known   as   'prepayment'jOn   this  type of meters a quarter is  dropped  into   a  slot when the gas gets low.  They,  are   used   a   great   deal    in  Europe and the States.    This one 1  speak of was installed in one of  the  smaller   cities   not   far   from   New  York.-' _ ���������'Vv"'7-'  VThe man who rented the:: meter  was known to be tampering with it,  and for a year the company were at  a complete loss to locate even a clue  as to his method.      '  "He would not put a   quarter   io  the meter and yet he   used   a  great  deal of gas.     The company changed  tlie  meter  almost  weekly   and   yet  they could not catch him.      In reply  to the questioning of the'company's  officials he would just reply ^hat the  gas did not give  out  and   that   he  would not put a quarter in   until   it  did.   '       ������   ������-. ' ���       :,';,.���,  The gas company threatened,  wrote letters', sent inspectors and  did many other things to get him to  turn from his method, but'all to no  avail. At last they made him a  proposition and offered him a sum  of money and a guarantee that they  would, not prosecute him if he would  show them his method. ���   _  "He took them at their word and  a'meeting was arranged in his basement, from his work bench drawer  He toolc^a steal mould.'and an ether  freezing machine such as used-.in  connection with certain applications  of the microscope. He poured a  little water into the mould and  few  Why?  !     The Hamilton Spectator submits  the following poser for Sir Wilfrid  and his colleagues to straighten out:  "If Sir Wilfrid Laurier is sg very  sure that Canada.can build her own  dreadnoughts,    and   ought   no't    to  think of having them   built in Great  Britain,   why. did   he' not  get   the  small  vessels   needed for Canada's  miniature  navy   built    in    Canada  when he had the chance?      He  was  in power from, 1896 to 1911. During-  that  period   the    following  vessels  were  constructed by   order  of the  department of marine   at  Ottawa,  for  use    in   Canada.      When   and  where they were   built' is  given  in  the list: Minto, at Dundee, in 1899;  Arctic, at Kiel,  Germany,   in 1901;  Druid, at Paisley, 1902; Champlain,  at   Paisley,     1904;   Montcalm,    at  Voker, 1904; Earl Grey, at Harrow,  1909; Simcoe,   at Wallsend,   1909.  Small vessels   are  quite  within  the  ability  of   a   young:   country    like  Canada to  kuild  and  equip.     It is  with   such   small   vessels   that Mr.  Borden proposes to allow Canadians  to   gain   experience   in the  art   of  naval construction.   If Canada could  certainly  build  such   comparatively  tiny and simple craft, why were they  built abroad?"  _^ ���**������*- *��>���* or no pa*--. *  DreKENNEDr&KQINEDY  tors Michigan Ave. and Griswold SL,  Detroit, Mich.  llflF^HOTf CE ���     tHlUtt%rS f2m Canad�� m*st * addressed  WW  ���' ���   W"^"      ^ our Canadian Correspondence Depart-  ^ in..Win.df��r, Ont.    If you desire to  see  aWrfafor TOWh,teJi: * KENNEDY, Wuidior. Oat.  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.      y   y      Modern Bathrooms.  STEAM HEATED.  James Marshall, Prop.  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  *  Phoenix, B.C.  The reported forthcoming visit to  British  Columbia of Dr. Friedman  should   be  taken   advantage  of by  the provincial Liberals,   who might  importune the German savant to inject some of his celebrated",dope in  to the party.    They  certainly  need  it,   but in   view   of   the  professor's  recent determination to refuse pati  en'ts in the last stages of dissolution  it    would   seem   a*,    if  the   party's  chances of recovery arc exceeding-/-*/  The   Laurier    way-   of   spending I  THOS.  BrOWI*l       Men's Wear Exclusively  Cleanliness our Watchword  emsmmsmts^smsmBmamsmmmsmmmm^mmmmtBsmissmssaBmmKmaimsiiamaimmsimsamuamsmmmammim  the best.  The product of the local dairies is good, but ours is  Cleanliness is our watchword, and no germ can pass our sentries.  Our poultry department has increased its supply of eggs. Let us  accommodate you. '     PHONE F 32  seconds    application    of    the  cnan  freezing spray turned the  water into \slim.  a hard   disk   of ice   the   size   of  a  quarter.     This he dropped into   the  meter; it performed'-'the work of the/ money has been exemplified  coin and after a  short   time   melted/     *^n the Quebec bridg-e disaster,  and ran out; the moisture went into/     *a tiie construction ofthe Nation  the bottom of the machine.' I al Transcontinental Railway at four  'What    did    the   gas    company/ hundred  per cent  more than its es  think of that?" / timated cost.  "It took them a long-time   to g-et'     *���"   the   erection   of  the    Laurier  over the shock," was his answer.  d:l. Mcelroy  ���;. SOLE AGENTS FOR PRINCETON GO'Ali.x  Dealer in Lumber, Shingles, Lath  . and Cedar Poles.     Stull Lagg-an.  First-Class Fir & Tamarac Wood.  MOVING MACHINERY OUR SPECIALTY  The Phoenix Dairy  W. A. McKay & Sons  Proprietors  in    iii   1111������ i ��� ���������^������a-w******-*! i i si mil i iw��   ������������������ii ���������as-as*****-��� ������������������������^. ^_^   The Central Hotel  NEAREST HOTEL TO FAMOUS GRANBY MINES  FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION  FOR   MINERS    ,  Bar Stocked with the Finest Line of Wines, Liquors, Cigars  A. O. Johnson    -    -    -    Proprietor  ICE CREAM PARLOR  V ' ����^��M��g����ilM^************n*a**a*s*'*s*s*rs**B ���  We have arrang-ed for a continuous supply throughout the summer of the FAMOUS, ftAZELWOOD  7  ICE CREAM.    Special rates to parties.    Cooling  soft drinks of varied flavor. ��� .  '  The Delicacy ofthe Summer Season���  HAZELWOOD ICE CREAM-TRY ONE  KNOB HILL AVENUE  Do They Like It?  When Dr. 'William Waugb.  chief surgeon of the Jefferson Park  Hospital in Chicago, said- that the  ancient and honorable practice of  wife-beating ought to be resumed  he was probably aware that he  would incur the' disapproval of the  woman's clubs. Indeed it is strange  that Dr. Waugh is still alive, but  the latest reports show that he yet  breathes and that his life may be  prolonged indefinitely if he can keep  out of sight.  And yet, a writer in a San Francisco paper points out, there should  be no .rancor toward this medical  luminary in Chicago. He wishes no  ill to women. He says that they like  being beaten, that they only need it,  but that they welcome it and that  a large amount of marital infidelity  could be kept out of the divorce  courts, could be avoided altogether  if husbands would only do their  duty with stick or strap.  Now it may be that there is  something to be . said for Dr.  Waugh and that he is not quite  such a son of Belial as he appear*-.  at first glance. Perhaps the women  really like to'be-beaten. It is certain that women are never aroused  to such a state of ecstatic sympathy  wife-murderer,   and the  ' timated cost.  In   the   erection   of   the  tower   which ' fell   down,   and   the I  ' Museum   tower   which   is breaking)  'away from tbe main building.   ���-= : :_  The "loyal opposition" at Ottawa  have little to complain of in the  matter of that closure resolution.  Did' not the greatest Liberal of this  or any other age first introduce it  into the mother of parliaments at  Westminster, and has not its application been the means of passing  legislation of stupendous moment  to the working classes of Great  Britain and Ireland.  Mrs. Crankhurst and the Misses  Hammerglass are the names, or  rather a few of them, that are now-  applied by the long-suffering British  public to. the Pankhurst trio of  feminine anarchists.  BOOKS AND STATIONERY  Fancy Goods, DoJIs and Toys, Kodak Films and  Supplies, Musical Instruments and Supplies, Newspapers, Magazines and Periodicals���School Sundries.  Wallpaper and Decorative Pictures  Cig-ars, Tobacco'and Smokers' Sundries  Endless Variety of Goods Suitable for Presents.  AL. ALMSTROM  All the Latest Newspapers, Magazines  Out of th'a- 1,623,000,000 inhabitants ofthe world, 160,000,000 speak  the English tongue.  THE GREY NUNS USE  ZAM-BUK  FURTHER DROP IN EGGS  New Laid Ranch EfiTgs, 35c. per dox.; 3 do*. Tor $1.00.  New Zealand Fresh Grass Creamery Butter, 40c. per lb.  "Empress" Creamery Butter, 40c. lb.  Choice Break-fast Bacon, 27c. per lb.  Sugar Cured Hams, 25c. per lb.  Pure Leaf Lard, 51b. Pail, $1.00.  Ontario Cream Cheese, 25c per lb.  Salt and Smoked Fish  as  Many of the leading institutions  throughout Canada have now adopted  Zam-Buk as a standard preparation  without equal for skin diseases and injuries. From the St. Patrick Asylum,  Ottawa, comes thu following:  "Gentlemen:���In the orphanage department of'the asylum, we have found  Zam-Buk very good for healing cuts,  sores, and skin injuries, and shall con  for   the     .^   & ,  more fiendish the murder   the   more fores, and skin injurie  ' r. ��� ��� tinue, to use it for such  they,   overflow . in     compass.onate Yours sincerely,  sentiment   for   the   criminal.       The (Signed)  Wholesale and Retail Butchers and Produce Merchants  PHOENIX, B. C.       PHONE 2  GREY NUNS."  O. <J. BV3ATHESOK^5  insurance Agent  ; FIDELITY -BUNDS, PLATE GLASS,  jCOMMISSIONER FOR TAKING  i AFFIDAVITS  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX, B'C.  ��� ��/.* ' *'>���'  . ^v<v  asm  &  $$v��\  \  ���������>&  S^igSS&iSeai^-sraa^CWOT^e^OTj;  '���mmmmmwtMmm !^ffi��f?^^ICTp^  'ftftfflffitPV**^MD**J"���� '  ��*(F,,*I���<,r\ =(,^ ���    j,    - ^itvj ,  >\.  THE   P10NEEE/PfiLOENl^;   BftlTtsa   COLUMBIA.  fi "ji.i'i ��y', un urn; was  ten  SftjjSSIS  anaaue.  Local and General  wood  same  y ">, ->. j  (���i--^��v  Y * i  "**ft,-7<'' v,  Victor, Victrolas  aiid Records  i    . . 1    , r��� .   ** > * ,   -  4     ' ' ��� ^ *   '  �� I ' "l " ^ �� ^  1     <      We are agents for these goods, and can  ��      supply you -with them very quickly, as  well, as, save -you money on tbe trans-  /       ^7 . *+  . > action.  ' -'        ���* , '  E. A. Black, Jeweler  A***   J iO��<?t  j "r r *--- j* **   *  =7=  ip  mm  Fmnk Kelly left for Butte, &ont���  on Tuesday.  , A. G. Lachapello is on a two weeks*  visit to Spokane.  ',  Mrs. J. 3. Nixon announces that she  'will not receive on Friday next, May 2.  Mi*! "V. J.  Ingram left to spend a  couple of weeks' vacation in Nelson  on Tuesday.  Ernest Olson left during the week  for Tacoma where he expects to be  permanently located.  ��� Wm. Campbell teft on Tuesday 'to  visit *his sister, who ia staying with  relatives in Penticton.  S. S. Robinson, night operator .at  the local C.P.R. depot has been trans-  furred to Greenwood  A Mr. and Mrs. B. Hammerstroui and  children wore passengers on Monday's  C.P.R. local for Nelson.  Born���At Phoenix, on Thursday,  April 24th, to Mrs. Stalker, wife of the  late Jas. Stalker, a son. /  Mrs". Hillyard and chllldren were in  the Porks on Wednesday visiting her  u(other Mrs. Thos. Wiseman.  Tho contempt of court committed  >y Andy Hamiltou on Monday ucarly  netted him ut least flfty-fivc years in  llio "jug."  Mrs. Jas. McKoown, acconipauied  by her daughter, Miss Mabel, arc  spending a couple of weeks' vacation  in Spokane.  Jas. Weir arrived at Anyox on Monday, April 14th, in time for the opening ball celebrating the opening of the  new store.     \  Mrs. Gust Johnson 'left on Wednesday for' Montreal en route for her  home in Sweden. She expects to" be  away nearly six months.  Mrs. Silos Smith, of Mother Lode,  who has been the guest of Mrs. John  Swansou for some days, returned  home on Monday. % v-  Geo. Barnes left Phoenix on Wednesday for the coast, via the Okanagan valley. Mrs. Barnes will remain  hero for some time longer. ��� |  Harry Bjoth -returned < to -'Phoenix  on Wednesday from a six mouths'  iambling trip through British Columbia, Washington and Idaho.  J. A. Anderson intends,to spend the  wining summer roaming around the  ���-.cenes of his early childhood! Jack  left for Sweden on Th.urt.day morning.  >Koad Supt. Miller, accompanied by  Trainmaster W.-M. Ainslie and Chief  Dispatcher R. C -Barker oi Nelson  paid an official visit to Phoenix on  1 Tuesday. ,-"',,��� i- " ~\   '"   i       ,, -<  on Wednesday, In his new 46  horsepower Overland car, aud treated  a few of hib Phoenix friends to a trial  trip.- The car is a seven scater, and  the mechanism and accessories arc of  the moist modern type. Mr. Russell  meets all Great Northern trains at  Midway.        '  'For Sale���The household effects of  Dr.,;W. S. Vcrrall will be offered for  bide next-week. If interested, call in  the. morning after ten o'clock.  Tho anniversary services of Snow-  shoe Lodge, I.O.O.P., will take place  tomorrow, Sunday, in the Methodist  church. The members will meet at  their lodgeroom in the Minors' Union  hall at seven o'clock and proceed in a  body, to the church. The subject of  tho sermon, which will be preached by  the Rev. J., J. Nixon, will be "Man-  hood's IdeaL" Special music has been  arranged for the occasion and a hearty  welcome is extended to all.  , A possible entry for a future Dex-by  was scratched on Thursday morning,  Lawrence McEIroy's young colt having .snuffed the candle on that day.  Tho causo of death has not been ascertained-,- but it is supposed to nave  been heart failure following a row  with bis mother ^over his birthplace,  the young fellow no doubt having  sized up a' few of the hills around  Phot-nix and- found them a hit too  steep for easy travelling.  Mr.  and Mrs. J. A.  Morrin returned on   Wednesday   from   Montreal,  where they had gone in response to a  telegram   announcing the serious illness of Mr.  Morrin's father,  who we J  are informed is now recovering. ' The  people of this camp may find consolation in the statement of Mr. Morrin,  that weather similar to that  which  we have experienced of late in Phoenix greeted them all the way from tho  St. Lawrence to the Boundary. '  Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Stafford were  pleasantly surprised on Tuesday evening by . the arrival of a large contingent of friends who had called to offer  their congratulations on the tenth  anniversary of their wedding day.  The evening's enjoyment was further  enhanced by the strains of music provided by the Ironsides orchestra, while  host and hostess did their utmost to  xvciprocate the kindly attentions of  t-heir numerous and unexpected guests.  "'Distant fields were ever greon. A  correspondent writing us, from tho  coast, states1 that he has met numbers'  of fellows,'whom he knew in Phoenix,  tramping .the streets iu an unsuccessful search for employment and living  luxuriously on, the coffee and doughnut diet. "If they don't die with indigestion," he writes, "I expect a very  early, and precipitate retreat on Phoe-  Wrta  JJLiLIMlWWUM  iffj**i)f*nra*1***7**T*iiff*tfl****'t*<p**w*m  DOCTOR THE CAUSE  f   MOT THE EFFECT  i , .  If you are afflicted with boils, pimples', scrofula, salt  rheum, eczema, or any other indication of impute blood, don't  waste time atjd money in external remedies for the treatment of  these symptoms. ' ,   .-   , .  YOU CAN AVOID ALL THESE THINGS  BY TAKING NYALS' BLOOD  PURIFHER       %  . Sometimes there are no outward 'symptoms dfjimpure  blood, but instead there is a feelinpf of langour, a flip down  listless condition, loss of appetite,���showing that the organs and  tissues of the body are not being nournished as they should be.  The use of Nyal's Blood Purifier is'followed'by tbe  most pleasing results. The boils heal up and disappear; the  skin becomes soft and smooth again, instead of harsh and  scaly, or pimpled. The.liver is stimulated, the blpod���ennc|ied,  and soon the whole system feels the beneficial effect^ of this  excellent remedy.  i ' * *��� *  Phoenix Drug Company  'Phone J6. ,     . T' S. Ouance, Manager  The King's Hotel  liThe Pride of the Boundary"     *    ���  PHOENIX, B.C.  A home in the centre of the camp;   only five minutes walk from  the Granby mines; clean and comfortably furnished rooms;  Steam Heated throughout.    *  Bar Stocked with Finest Wines, Liquors, Cis/ars  'PHONE 20.  FINE BATHROOMS.  J. E. McDonald  Proprietor  torn  #53-V1 -v  1   -L  Miss Emily Larson left on Tuesday  to spend a week's holidaj- in Spokane.  Born���At Phoenix, on Thursday,  May 31th, to Mr. and Mrs. D. A.  Vigneaux, a daughter.  The many friends' of Mr. and Mrs.  V. E. Brine, will regret to leain of the  death of their infant daughter, Constance (aged two months), which ��� occurred on Wednesday."April 23. The  funeral took place on, Friday.;  :--���% y-,  l. *  I  FINEEST LINE OF FRY*8 -CHOCOLATES, CANDIES, ETC  ,   ,,     , EXCELLENT LINE OF CSQARS, PIPES, TOBACCOS f  TRAVELMST  VIA THE  Great Northern  Route of.the Famous "Oriental Limited"���One solid  train, Seattle to Chicago without change.'  This train passes in daylight, through the scenic  ���Glacier National in Montana, now becoming world  famous for hunters and tourists.  Resell through tickets to all Eastern "points, via  this train.  For information as to rates, etc., apply  J. V. INGRAM, Local Agent  'Sit,  Severe attacks ot rheumatism are often  responsible for . cases of organic heart  trouble* At-any-rate it is foolish to  grin and bear it.*'  ��<  ����-���  RHEUMATIC REMEDY  a.,*  li*-  Jr. ���  wotM likely core your case,  beneficial   in   all   forms   oi  muscular, inflammatory and  bottle costs only $1.00.  Anything >��m  buy  with the name  It has proved  Rheumatism ���  gouty.    A  will  give  yets  entire  satisfaction.  r*,  Sold'and gruarasstced hy  PHOENIX DRUG COMPANY  56284     \  Thob. lioderick'fav smiling counten-  tmce is. to be seen once mare on the  lovat mining exchange. He having  returned' to the city on Wednesday  after a two months*' sojourn in the  Washington metropolis.  A meeting of local tennis tsnth-Uhitt&ts  was held iu the city hall, on Monday,  and a committee appointed to locate  a suitable site for a court. The possibility of making a court on the old  baseball ground was entertained. Another meeting it, called for today,  Saturday.  Mr. and Mrs. J. Viviau were among  tin; passengers leaving Phoenix on  Tuebday. Previous to their settling  at the coaibfc they are paying a short  \isitto Mrts. Vivian's relatives at Col-  ville, Wash. -.  Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Mcintosh, who  have been residents in Phoenix for  many years, left with their children on  Tuesday for Spokane, the failing  health of Mrs. Mcintosh having rendered the change imperative.  Mrs. Baird, of Oxbow, Sask., who  has been the guest of her daughter,  Mrs. J. E. Thompson, for the past few  weeks, left on Tuesday for her home  on the prairies. Mrs. Thompson accompanied her mother a part of the  journey.  A recent visitor to Greeuwood reports that the Chinese laundrymen  in that burg still keep up the old time-  honored practice of tilling their germ-  laden mouthb with -water and squirting the contents on the linen they are  ironing,  Last wpek, the '"l'Ubb act" was successfully attempted in camp. The sums  ranged from a'dollar to the paltry  und insignificant five-spot, and now  the generous easy' marks are wondering how the hoary old stunt was  worked on them.  ,Tos. Darragh, road foreman, was in  the Forks on Wednesday, talking over  road matters with Road Supt. Sprug-  gett. Foreman Darragh started a few  men at work clearing the No. Seven  road of snow, which in some places  averages three feet deep.  M. Neugebuuer returned to town <>u  Tui'sday from a week's busint'sa trip  to Spokane. Mi'. Neugqbaue-r is about  to complete negotiation's for-the sale  of the Biner block, and shortly intendb  to take up his abode on some land he  has purchased in the vicinity of Van  1 cotiver. -���-���-. .-  I    Clias*. Itusisell drove up I'hdm tiieeu-  congregatiou who speak foreign langti  ages,   made arrangements with   the  Rev. Father J. Meissner, O.M.I. D.D.,  of Fernie, B.C., for a visit during the  week   beginning Sunday   April 27th.  Father Meissner, who speaks fluently  English, French, German, Italian and  Austrian,   will arrive in Phoenix, on  Tuebday, April 29th, in company with  Father Choinel, and hold  service at  the Catholic church, at 7 30 p.m.    On  Wednesday morning,   Mass. will   be  celebrated at eight o'clock.    On Wednesday, April 30, Father Meissner will  leave for Grand Forkb.    All those who  care to  take advantage of his' visit,  which is to last twenty-four hours, are  requested to take notice.  Deane Hotel  J. K. MECREDY, Prop.       '  TABLE D'HOTE DINNER  SUNDAY NIGHT, April 26   1MENU-   SOUP  Puree of Potatoe  F18H  ' Boiled Halibut, Lemon Butter Sauce  BOILED  Leg of Mutton, Caper Sauce  7 ���  Braised Beef and Spraghctti  ENTREES  Welsh Rarebit  Creamed Eggs  Boston Cream Puffs  ROASTS  Beef and Yorkshire Pudding  /.. Veal and Jelly  Pork and Apple Sauce  .Stuffed Young Chicken, Sage Dressing  COLD MEATS  Ham, Beef, Veal, Pork, Corned Beef  SALAD  Fruit with Mayonnaise  VEGETABLES  Steamed and Mashed Potatoes     '  Scarlet Runner Beans  DESSERT v   .    J  7 Vanilla Ice Cream  Baxter Pudding, Swiss Sauce  Assorted Pies *     /  A. C. SPRAGGINS, Chep.  place on, ,Friday.  t&ij-tvclri ��8 beingf' arranged toy, a committee of the congregation to take  on April 15th. In .addition to  the usiutl instrumental and vocal numbers, the program will include a couple of humorous sketches, for which  rehearsals arc now taking place.  The special Sunday dinner, instituted by J. K. Mecredy. the new proprietor of the Deane hotel, has met  'with unusual favor in the camp, and  Mr. Mecredy announces his intention  Lo continue its observance. ��� The music  furnished during the progress of the  diuner by the Knight orchestra is another innovation in the camp introduced by the new proprietor and  which he intends to adhere t o.  Wanted, a Baseball Club    (  The biggest glutton for sport in  Phoenix can have little fault to  find with this camp. Throughout  the exceptionally long winter, not a  week elapsed but saw some event  pulled off in the local rink or on the  ski course, but now that summer is  approaching unless some action is  taken there will be little in the  line of outdoor sport to while away  the time. .True, Phoenix possesses  a football club that promises to give  an excellent account of itself, and  we have the promise of a tennis  club, but to a large portion ofthe  community they do not offer so  much of an attraction as that  afforded by the work* of a good  baseball nine.  For some years past Phoenix" has  always been able to give a good  account of herself on the diamond,  and there is no reason whatever  why so fine a game should be  omitted from the Mimmer sports  the camp. Of course, the  difficulty is a  suitable  ground,  of  great  but  an energetic committee could easily  override this objection, and with  little expense- the old ground adjacent to the Id/tbo compressor  could be placed in .shape in very  sshort order.  T��ANCIENT GUESTS, 60c.  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders.      Phone A65  James G. McKeown  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of .the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the. Northwest Territories and in a portion of the  Pi*ovi*aee.of-Britiah ColiimbitiH 'nitty, be  loosed.-*or'W'fceriu. ot' twerity-osio 'yoin-N  utl'aa annual rental of-St annci-e; - Not  more than- 2,560 acres will be leased to  one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant in person to the  'Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in  which the rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in nnsur-  vcyed territory the tract applied for  shall be staked out by the applicant  himself.  Kach application must be accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if the right* applied for arc not  available, but not otherwise. A royal-  (y shall be paid on the metuhantable  output of the mine at the rate of live  cents per ton.  The porspn operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns,  -accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable eoal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such returns should be furnished at least onee  a year. . l  Tho lease will include the coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available  surface rights ' may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at the rate of $10.00 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa,  or to any Agent or .Sub-Agent of Do-  W. W. CORY,  y Age  million Lands.  Deputy Minister of the Interior,  N.B.���Unauthorized   publication  ot  this advertisement will not bo paid for.  Q  Church Services  St. Andrew's Presbyterian church���  The service in the above church, .tomorrow, April 27th, will take place at  7 30p.'m. The address will he given  by Miss Ratte, of Toronto, a successful ami eloquent Christum worker. A  cordial invitation is extended to all.  Ilev. J. It. Munro. ������ :  St. John's Church���Sundays:-Holy  Communion, 8a.m.; Matins, 10.30 a.m.;  Holy Communion and sermon, 11 a.m.;  Sunday school, 3 p.m,; Evening service, 7 30. Week days: Matins, '7..-50;  Evensong, 0.30. Wednesday, Holy  Communion, 9 a.m.  Th** stated serviced in the Catholic  church are as follows: First and third  Sundays in the month. Mai*s at 10  a.m., Sunday School at 2.30 pm.;  Evening Service at 7.30 p.m. 1?ev.  Father Choiuel, pastor.  fr  m  /  wi  V*

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