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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Apr 27, 1912

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Array .,~c*^ i.  II  tm  a.  Ml  w$m  <*'mtt.  H  The largest copper mines in  the Dominion 'arc nituaUid  at Phoenix., The. Granby  Go. employs 500 men, and  Iuih a monthly pay roll of  over $50,000, while the Hnw-  hido pay roll is $25,000.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District  18  heat  >(,    published   in   thr/.4ii  imi:iicipaU0A')n Canijjla���  . pttti%(|, 4>Stj6 ft. Thotfcity  o'huH a populatioir.of^l,500,  and    possesi  **Ju��^V"  .;- tt^^'  5k-class  J/^i^^wyfVia^gp��TSc, schools  THIRTEENTH YEAR  PHOENIX,  B.C.,  SATURDAY, APRIL 27,  1912-  Number 41  Change of Route  It is  announced, says a contemporary, that the route of the Kettle  valley line has been  changed to tap  Princeton with the main line instead  of with   the   branch,  and  a   survey  party   will   be  placed   in   the   field  shortly   to  revise   the   location   between   the  junction   point  and   the  summit  of the   Hope mountains, at  the  headwaters   of the  Coquahai.,.  river.       The   tcrnvnals   will   be  at  Midway   in   the    Boundary   district  and   at  Hope   in the lower   Eraser  valley.    The Eraser is to be bridged  at Hope, and connection  made with  the main  line  of tlieC. P. R.     Construction    is   in    progress   west of  Midway   near   the   summit   of   the  west fork   of  the   Kettle  river, and  west    of  Penticton    on   Okanagan  lake.     A    branch   line   has   already  been   built    from     Merritt    in    the  Nicola valley to  the   headwaters of  the Coldwater river.  ENORMOUS BLAST AT  MOTHER LODE MINE  2400 Fourteen Feet Holes Fired  ���130,000 Tons Displaced.  Remains Shipped to Montana  The remains of Steve Alimenti,  who met his death in the recent  mine accident, was shipped on Monday to Red Lodge, Montana. The  deceased's brother, ariived in Pho-  nix on Saturday from Montana and  accompanied the casket to Red  Lodge where the final interment  took place. A large number of  the friends' and acquaintances of  the dead miner were in attendance  at the depot.  During the storm at Anaconda,  last week, the lightning struck an  auto containing E. Bell and Peter  Teddy.  Another huge blast, the "second  that has taken place within a lew  months, was exploded about ten  o'clock on Monday morning, April  22, at the British Columbia Copper  company's Mother Lode mine,  Greenwood. In   all   there   'Were  about 2400 holes loaded and about  eight tons of explosives weic used.  The average depth of each drill  hole was about fourteen feet. An  approximate estimate of the amount  of muck displaced would be in the  neighborhood of 130,000 tons.  The enormous charge was fired  simultaneously, electricity of course  being the agent employed. Erom  a spectacular point '"of view there  was not much to reward the spectators and except for the huge pall of  smoke'which for a short time hung  over the scene, there .was little to  be seen, while the noise occasioned  by the blast was not at all what the  ordinary layman naturally expected.  Activity in Tularneen  What promises to become one of  the established mining camps of the  province, and which is likely to attract more than average .attention  this season, is that of Summit camp  in the Tularneen. The other day a  force of men commenced development work on the Indianapolis  group of claims, the properly of  United States capitalists, which has  one of the best galena1 showing's in  that district, besides carrying good  values in gold.v The properly is  immediately adjacent to the Belmont  fraction, which was staked about  three years ago by W. B. Marks  and Albert Bincr of Phoenix. The  lead runs diagonally across both the  properties.  NEW ORE STRIKE AT  HIDDEN GREEK MINE  Drifting on No. 385 Tunnel Reveals Three Per Cent Copper.  Movement For Mounted Police.  Referring to a report recently revived during the past few days in  the mainland press, that the British  Columbia government has under  consideration the advisability of organizing' a corps of mounted constabulary, Hon. William Bowser,  Attorney-General states that this  project is not at present obtaining  serious consideration.  Handsome Balance for Hospital  The committee who were in  charge of the arrangements for the  Easter Monday hospital ball, wish  to express their thanks to all those  who in any way contributed to the  success of the event. They also  submit the following statement, in  which it will-be seen at a glance  that the affair was more than usually successful from a financial  standpoint. In this connection it  might be added that the greatest  praise is also *lue 'the small committee, who not only were the  originators, but who spared no  effort to make the dance a social  and financinl success.  Receipts    $249.00  Expenditure.... 45.00  Balance "   $204.00  Metodist Church Social  The Methodist church social,  given by the Ladies aid on Wednesday last, was a social in every  sense of the word, and much resembled the affairs of that kind given  in Phoeni.x a few years ago. Good  humor and fellowship prevailed  throughout the evening, while the  program prepared by the committee,  particularly the concert, was a most  entertaining one. The church was  crowded, all creeds'of gentiles resident in Phoenix being present, and  al! intermingled and joined in the  gencral merriment. Geo. Caine  presided over the gathering, and  many of those present arc wondering, after hearing his specchse, how  Crews for the Yukon river steamers have recently arrived at Dawson.  Spring-  Styl  Quarterly  * Book  Recent development and exploratory work at the Granby company's  Hidden creek mine at Anyox, in the  northern portion of British Columbia, arc more than confirming the  optimism of the company's officials  on the ultimate success of the new  undertaking. During the past winter there was of necessity a cessation of outside operations on the  ore bodies, but a thorough and systematic program of drifting and  underground development was persistently followed, with the pleasing  result that after drifting for a distance of 700 feet on the 385'tunnel,  a  fine ore  body  was  encountered,  yielding higher assays than formerly.     "The   first   returns   from    the  new strike gave an assay of five per  cent  copper,"   said   O.   B.   Smith,  general supt.,   who has recently returned   from   a   visit   to   the mine,  "but   the   average   returns,"    continued Mr. Smith,   " were three per  cent copper."    Answering   a query  as to the  extent   of the ore bodies,  Mr.   Smith, who   is   rioted   for   the  conservatism    of   his    statements,  stated   that the   zones consisted of  two colossal ore bodies; the first, or  No. 1 as it is called, is estimated to  be 250  feet   wide, while   the   No 2  ore body was  even   larger still.     A  much* more effective boat system of  communication  with the mines has  now been establ  four   steamers  call  comprising    the    C.P.R.   steamers lSilas>   and   a  tenor,   so\o   by Thos  Prince  John,   Princess    Royal   and  the Union   company's boats  Camu-  A LIGHT  PALE BEER  it   is   that   George  has   been   overlooked   in  the   nominations   for the  last  elections;  but  then  everybody  knows how modest George is.    The  musical   program   was a   long one,  and    the    efforts,   both   vocal   and  recitative,    of   the   younger   folks,  were decidedly novel and pleasing.  " O'Hara's  Trombone,"   a   humorous   song   by   Miss   Laura Bellis, a  piano    selection      by    Miss    Annie  McKeown,   a   song by Miss Phyllis  Pope,   another   song    by   Miss   M.  Jarrett   and    a   recitation    by   Bob  Evans,  all   came   in   for vociferous  applause,   while the  number of encores    received  by   the  grown-ups  testified   the   appreciation    of  their  listeners.     Following is the rema  der of the program: Piano selection,  Mrs. C.   Knight; songs, Mrs. Wm.  Bellis;  duet,   Mr.   and   Mrs.   Chas.  Knight;    humorous    recitation    by-  Mrs.   I.   A.  Millar;   sonjr,   Mrs. C.l For an Easy Shave> Stylish Haircut  Is Splendid for Family Use  That is the kind we have  for YOU.  Are You Run Down in Health ?  Order a Case or two, and  see   how  rapidly you   will  improve.  'PHONE  23  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  ��� LIMITED  TRY  the  Lower Town  Barber Shop  A.  Millar;   song,   Mrs  ishe<l��� ooo,isti���g of lK^.i au��,.wm. H^phn.s ���ai��~��"=^�� -���  -allimr  weeklv    and 1R"   ��wens5   violin   selection,  by T.   ���      & r f  -auing   weeKij,   ana I  ���   t-u��� \ Date vb every part\cu\ar.  I Refreshing Massage, or an In vigor-  to  ll  son and Chelohsin.  Granby Stocks to Sell at $100  Roberts.   Mrs. W. F. Smith filled the  position   of    chancellor   of   the   exchequer,  and  no doubt was  able to  exhibit a  neat balance over expenditure   toward   the   church's   funds,  t / Mrs.  D. Docksteader  presided over  C. A. Best, Prop  KingEdw&rdLodge  No. 36, A.F. and A.M.  G.   L.  VVa/ker, - one   of the   mos  'observant   writers  of American and / the cand^ and Popcorn   counter, and  Canadian    market   affairs,    has    the/whi/e there appeared to be a scarcity  following to say in  a recent issue of   of n,one)r Passin? in that comer' her, ��� , ���   ,   Ar  .i      13     T     r- ���   . stock of ivares diminished in auanti-   ^'xe^gent meetniKS as called; JIasonic  the Boston Commercial: / mock or waies cnmimsnea in quanci-i     naif? McHale Block.  Regular communication at 8  p.m. Second Thursday of  each month.  Now on Sale at our Pattern Counter  of <y  Tells what You want to know regarding Styles  ���f It is the last word���the supreme authority in matters pertaining to  Correct Dress for Women, Misses and Children.  ���fl" It is a Fashion Magazine of inestimable value, if you are interested  in good clothes.  How to Get a Copy  for Ten Cents  1 EACH QUARTERLY STYLE BOOK contains a Certificate  good for any 15 cent Pattern; this will be redeemable by us at anytime, but if you take the pattern when purchasing the book, the  cost will be practically ten  cents.  ���f Call today and get yours before the supply is exhausted, then see  our  Complete Stock of  Spring Goods  for making up any garment for either evening or street wear.  "Granby  stock   has   been  the market leaders recently.      Since I  the   stock   sold   at $20   I have   re-'  peatedly  advised   its   purchase.     In j  towards the close.  Road Construction at Fife  Work on the   Fife wag-on   road is  my letter of February 24, 1  pointed   proceeding with despatch, operations  T. rfAWTHOKX,  Secy.  w,  J. Pbe.vderoast  WM.  out    that   after   the   Hidden   creek  smelter is built   and in   commission  the company will be able to produca  45,000,000 to 50,000,000 pounds of  copper  annually   and    earn  ^515   a  share on   a  15-cent   metal   market.  " At present Granby is producing  at the rate of 22,000,000 pounds of  copper annually, and   earnings must  be equivalent to $7 or $8 a share on  its stock.     During the  coming year  or  two,   however,   its  profits   probably will go to pay for the proposed  smelter at Midden creek.      No dividends are  likely to be paid immediately,   therefore.      1   think   Granby  stock will  again   sell  above $100 a  share."  The Fife Minos, Limited, are at  present running one shift, employing 10 men.  having being vigorously pursued for  the last two weeks under the supervision of Jos. Darragh. On the  completion of this undertaking,  which was badly needed, Mr. Darragh expects to receive word to  proceed with the commencement of  the new automobile road which is  to pass through Phoenix and connect with Grand Forks. It is confidentially expected that work on  the new roadway will be commenced about the end of May, or  perhaps sooner if the surveying  is completed.  I. O. O. F.  Snowshoe Lodge  No. 46  Meets every Monday Evening at  Miners' Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  Samuel McLeod, Noble Grand.  Dan Patersoii, Fin. Secy.  A. L. McKimion, Rec. Secy.  The Phoenix-Greenwood stage  was loaded to the Plimsoll mark on  Friday morning, its passenger list  consisting wholly of eastern drummers. They all appeared to be  satisfied with their visit here.  Boundary Ore Tonnages  Following are the returns o( the  output of the mines and smelters of  the Boundary district for the week  ending April 26, and year to date:  Granby. 24,15S 387,535  Mother Lode    5,033 209,640  Rawhide    5,139 53,005  Jack Pot       380 9,330  Fmma  4,901  Others        135 3,752  SMELTER TONNAGES  Granby 25,665    434,S67  B.C. Copper Co...    9,246    193,609  B. C. Copper Treatment  The B. C. Columbia company's  smelter treated 9,246 tons of ore  this week, as follows: Mother Lode,  3,716; Rawhide, 4,685; Wellington,  378; Jack Pot, 151; Linina, 152;  others, 174.  Receipts For Hospital Dance  The band concert, which was recently given for the purpose ot  raising funds for the purchase of  uniforms for the band, was fairly-  well attended, the receipts from the  sale of tickets showing a handsome  balance, which, while not sufficient  for the purpose, will form the  nucleus of a fund for the attainment  of the object in view. The selections  by the band, which were of unusal  merit, were deservedly applauded,  and gave ample proof that the organization is one well worthy of  much more substantial recognition  than they have hitherto received  from the town. The various other  items on the program were all well  received.  Copper   IJtmtat ions ���-��� Lake   copper,  10 i"   I0|c;   electrolytic,   die.:   casting  Daughters of Rebekah  Phoenix Lodge No. 17  Meets in   the   Miners'   Union   Lodge  Hall First and Third Wednesdays.  Mrs. Kossic Bush. Xoble Grand.  Mrs. Ertie Marshall, Secretary.  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES  Phoenix Aerie No. 158  .Meets in Union Hull. Friday Evenings.  Visiting brothers arc always welcome.  QtlTMAN WoiMv.  W. P.  T. B. t'osoiuiVK. W. Secy.  K. of P. Lodge,  No. 28    RIE����s:,x��  Meets T uk so ay Evening at. 7.30.  Sojourning brothers cordially welcomed.  J. E. Carter, K. of K. S.  It. M. La inc., CO.  PYTHIAN SISTERS  Mountain Temple Lodge No. 17  Meets in  I'ythian  Kail. Lower Town  First ami Third Thursdays.  Mrs. May Alnislroin  M.K.f.  Mrs. A. P. MiiKr-nzio  M.JR.C.  Fire,  Life and Accident   Insurance.       General Agents.  Issuer of Marriage Licences  Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C. UtfS^jgf  **5i ^^**^^^wv*1^*-**'iV*''',r,i*''0?  THE   PIONEER;   PHOENIX,   BRiTISH   COLUMBIA  J'-'' I f    '  lli it *<i  If i��  f J 1"  /���fefr.  >/$  fkm -  II ���!!  I  ' J-  :'f\  ' if*'    **  f  lc  U  ��  ,'&  v  GRAND FORKS ELECTORAL DISTRICT  PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT 1903-4  AND AMENDING ACTS  TAKE NOTICE that I have received objections in writing to the retention of  the following names on the Register of Voters for the Grand Forks Electoral Distiii't  on the grounds as stated below: |  THE FOLLOWING PERSONS ARE REPORTED ABSENT  FROM THE DISTRICT  No. NAME Pl.ACK  24 Baitd, Thomas A Phoenix  30 Hall, Charles - Grand Forks  33 Hangs,   Ernest Jf Cascade  34 Hard, Charles .*. Phoenix  43 Haeis, Joseph Phoenix  51 Hogloy,' Robert .....Phoenix  52 llcgntilin,  Henry. '.'.Phoenix  57    Hell, Fred J antes "Cameron ...Phoenix  62    Hcngstsberg, John August '. Phoenix  67    Bergstrom, Charles ; : ..Phoenix  6S    Beresford,  George  William  Phoenix  79 , Uirt, George   W Grand Forks  82 Blackburn,   Herbert ; Phoenix  83 filakeway, Albert E'. Grand Forks  84 Hlanchard, Mclvin  Waddell .' .-.Phoenix  85 Blondon, John  Roderick  .'. Phoenix  86 Bohonos, Hnot Phpenix  90 Bonner, George Ernest ' .Phoenix  93 Boiindy, James...'. ^Phoeuix  94 Bourne, Frederic John : ...Phoenix  03 Brewer, William Augustus .Phoenix  08 Brochue,   Arthur ...Phoenix  10 Brookfield,   Robert ��� ...Phoenix  11 Brown, William  James '. Grand Forks  19 Bryant, Thomas  ...Phoenix  >4 Burton, Thomas Grand Forks  19 Bryne, George ..Phoenix  jo Cameron,   John -D Phoenix  17 Campbell, William Munro ..Phoenix  o Campbell, Donald '. ..Phoenix  0 Carlisle, James \ ...Phoenix  3    Carolan, Owen : '. Phoenix  7    Carson, Julius Steele  , Phoeuix  3    Cascadden, Benjamin A Phoenix  4; Cassclman, Clayton   Wesley Grand Forks  3    Chisholm, J. Frederic .' .Phoenix  3    Church, James Oliver '. Phoenix  i    Clayton, Matthew ' '. Phoenix  2 ^ Clothier, Robert LeRoy Phoenix  \ " Corbelto, Andrew Phoenix  )   .Collins, John.... ��� Phoenix  '", Cooper, William Henry Phoenix  Corbet, Galbraith II. J '....." Phoenix  1 Cordy,, James '. ...Phoenix  Cosgrove, Patrick* Henry....'.." Phoenix  1" Coulombe, Auguste ; Phoenix  '���} Cousins, Basil Alexander .' Grand Forks  ' Craig,, William .��� '. Phoenix-  -   Crane, John r. , .*... Phoenix  No.  800  801  807  808  811  818  819  a*5  8S9  860  864  872  88C  890  892  906  910  9'2  9'3  918  oiy  941  9-15  948  055  960  963  97-1  975  97G  990  100a  1003  1008  1013  102S  " ��34  '03S  1036  ,038  1044  ���045  1050  i��5'  ">54  I057  1671  '��7S  1077  1079  108 v  1084  10S6  1088  1089  1091  1102  '���03  1105  1107  "/NAME   '  McGowan, Thomas,.......,.  McGregor,  Joseph   Mclnnis, John  C...   Mackintosh* Thomas A. F,  Mcintosh, Neil D   Mclnture, Charles Robb  ��� Place--  '.'��� '.'��� ;................... Phoenix  ...,,;,,,���: .....,,.../.......,.......,.. ..Phoenix  .........,.\...... ,;..Phoenix  ;/���...'...���.................... .......Grand Forks   ,....................'...���.... .....Grand Forks  ,.,*,... ; i.. Phoenix  McKay, John A........................ ...........................'..........Phoenix  McKelvey,   Laurance... ..' ........Phoenix  McLughan, Walter.................. ........'....;., Phoenix  MtiMeekin, Michael James ...........; Phoenix  McNeil, John Cameron...  MeNcvin, Neil....................  Nairn, William...................  Nelson, Oscar Uno..........;...  Nelson, Paul   Nugent, William .................  Oat way, John.........,.,:.. ���".;...  , Odgers,  Sidney........,.;   Odgers,  John.   Olson, Emil.................   Orchard, Edmund.,..   Parry 1 Dick Francis..   Patrick, Henry   Payne,  Tom '.  Percival, William.   Perkins, Benjamin Alfred....,  Person, Anders Peter   Peters, Harry G ,',  Pigotl,   Jumes..v.;   Pilkinglon, Thomas.   Pipe, John,   Phoenix  .........Phoenix   ..Phoenix  ........Phoenix   Phoenix   ..Phoenix   Phoenix  ........Phoenix  ........Phoenix  ........Phoenix   ..Phoenix  ........ Phoenix  ���THE FIDDLE  by Joseph Jouos  "You w.111 go away from me, Con-  tanrt)!<i Morrow Vincent, and stay away  when you get away, if that long legged  lawyer paitper comes around .here any  more."  ���   .  ( ..*'...'  "I���I quite understand, Aunt Cons-  youth   had   married   another   woman  Connie,..'.with, her little basket half  filled with the long-ateiU'med violets,  a little way out from the town, suddenly come upon Sidney Olmstead,  examining a ���.thigh atona wall over  which a suit wai pending In court.  "Nothing will move her,'* she 'told  him tin answer to his eager question.  "I���I've got to give you up,- Siddle!  If she knew I was speaking to you  now she'd Bend roe away forevor. And  BANGER, THE  WOLVERENE  Author  By. Stanley Waterloo.  "Ab,  of   the, Story  Night Hawk5',  of  etc  the  ������*������  Phoenix ]���and���^two   miniaturo   cataracts   ran  i down her flushed cheeks���"I haven't  .........Phoenix   Phoenix  ..; Phoenix  .........Phoenix  ..Grand Forks  ..Grand Forks   Phoenix   Phoen'x  any other home. I.havon't anybody  but Aunt Constantsa!"  The young man'a huzel eyes flushed.  The map ho was drawing fell In the  graaa aa ��� lrla anna went out and  gathered up the whit��' droBa.  "You'vo got mo," he asserted, "and  I���just as soon as I got a 'llttilo moro  work at the office I'M havo a homo  for you,, my sweot."  "I  know,"   site  sobbed  agalu,   "but  How few tliero are - who know tn��  wolverene! It de a wdUd anhnaJl'apart,';  defiant, wisest aimong tlie crafty end,  above all, proudest among the proud.  Read but the curious &tory of ono of.  the stern race. This particular  wolverene, ss-foefMed Ma high lineage  was born In a castle. The oastle was  the dead, 'learning ��tub of a button-wood  tree, at least four feet aeroas and  liad In It a great hoUow *ome ten feet  from the ground. Thexo was on entrance to this ho Mow and at lis. bottom was a soft bed of old sorts of  leaves whlcli had blown In throughout .the autumns.  It was . warm and rudely homelike In the castle of the wolverenes.:  In this excellent retreat was born  Uio cub who, for the sake of individuality, may bo called Ranger, for  a ranger of Importance he certainly  became  And the cub flourished and became  u brawny though agl'lo creature and  then the law of the woods exerted  ltsolf, Ho was forced from the protecting hollow and taught by his re  price, Phillip , Phoenix  Quirk,   Isaac ; Phoenix'  ijuirk, John Phoenix  Read, Henry I'''00"!* *   ^��.     ����   *������^   -������... , iuwl.i.b       ���>���  -       ,.v  Reed, Wiiterford.. ; Phoenix | you��re  forgotiting your  slster'a   throo I eoiluto parents all the secroU of U��e  Robb, Alexander l"'a,u'1'0ll.<s , boys at college, SW.   Thoy must como ' " ' '     '  "' "  Robertson, William ,. J ,0,:",IX , first, and it'll be a long time before���  Robertson,   Robert..  1 l-oenix , ..^ .g,d(   lf   yod   wero   olUy   Hoatll  Robinson, Algernon P.... Grand horks   BannIs,ter  Bhe.d |ot Ua-live with lier."  Robinson, Walker W.. ���. J,0,;n'X      I" spite of heraelf Connie laughed  ���       tM,,x   at the leda:Heath brings her accounta  of  buried   treasure  and  old  pictures  and rare old  violins and ithlngs that      have made fortunes for 'thoao who ' Uuy other living anl'inal  I found them. She really believes she'a | But who can foretell any sort of  1 going to make a fortune in a 'find' , future! The Hanger, though strong  some day. You couldn't make her j and brave, was young. Within a  believe otherwise. Aiid Heath brings montih he had Invaded a clearing,  hts  best oar   too  and   takes   Nugget, | where he was us Balled by two huge  224    Curley,  William Heber   226' Curran,'Terence   Ferguson.  228    Dacrc, William A   233    Davidson,   Charles   244.   Dear, Thomas Harold   248) .Denis,   Gustave   249 '-Dent, James...-. i.:.':..  256,.. Dingle, 'Richard   268    Donnill, James   272 tDuFeu, William...   274 --Dunn, Ernest XV '.   287   ,Egan, Thomas Cairns   Elmore, Frederick  William..  Elmore, William Elmore   Ellis, Robert ���.   Evelyn, Arthur   Farrow,  William   Ferris, James A   Flood, Charles Hume   Follick, Egerton  Ryanson   Forshaw, Walter.  289  290  292  3'4  321  328  340  341  343  344  345  346  347  348   .Phoenix  ...Grand Forks  ...Grand Forks   Phoenix   .Phoenix^   Phoenix  ....Grand Forks  , .Phoenix  , ..PhoeniS;   .Phoenix  ...Grand Forks   Phoenix  ...Grand Forks    '  97  ..........Plioenix/.-'  ��   E''��en'.X     ��20S   ��|h0en.'X    ,2.0   Phoenix   ^^   Phoenix     ;   Phoenix   l~'^  .Grand Forks   .'.Phoenix  Rodger, Robert'.  Rodger, Archie James Phoenix  Roonie, George Waller Phoenix  Ross, Colin Alexander... Phoeuix  'Ross, Thomas Murdock.. '.. Plioenix  Ross, James ....'.. ���'. .....Phoeuix  Ryan, Thomas Jefferson..;'..; , ; Phoenix |  Ryan, Peter... ........................;.. ....Grand Forks j  Salo, John ���...;.'.; .....;..... '. ........Phoenix I  :Salva, Joseph..... Phoenix  Sargeant, Win. B...'..... .��� ;...'.....'.;.....'...' .��� ..Grand Forks  , Saunders,' Charles......... ..; ,........:...... : Phoenix  S.-uvrey,   Herbert... i.... ......Plioenix  Scange, Edmund..........i... .' Phoenix  Schulli, Angela. ..Phoenix  Scott,  .William .......'. Phoenix  Shears, Edward. .'.......................-................. ....;............Phoenix  Sheppard, Walter Alex I....;...................................... ......Grand Forks  Simmons,  James...;.........................;.... ;'... ......Phoenix  Simpson,. Tom....... ;,.���.....'..........;....... ; .Phoenix  1108;   Sinclair, Archie...... ......!. Phoenix  1110    Skinner, Edwin B..'..'.' Phoenix  Slater, Thomas...........;..........-?.  Phoenix  Smith,   Maxwell '..;.................���. ................Phoenix  Smith, William R .......;..........'...... Phoenix  Smith,  George...... :;........I....;...... ....; Phoenix  Smith, Silas. ................:,...... Plioenix  Smith, Herbert... ........;.................... Phoenix  Smith, Horace. Lewis. ....;..'.........,............. 1....'......... Phoenix  Spaulding, John ''William Grand Forks  Spidding, William................ ..:............ .........Phoenix  Spooner,   David .....;............................ ..............Phoenix  Spooner, Edward........ ..-. .:... ...............................Phoenix  Stack, Francis Edward ..........Grand Forks  Starkey, Arthur Edward.;.........;........ \ .v......'Phoenix  1 chase and ways of his daring, gulle-  J ful kind.    Next came the parting.  I Had the luo'jher been a human  bolng she  would doubtless have ad-  1 vised her son thus on 'tlila occasion:  "Remember, always,  who you are!  Our blood  la bluer than  that of 'all  the Howards' or the Hapsburgs or of  1112  1116  ii 17  1119  1122  1123  1127  i��3o  i 131  ����34  "35  M39  "44  1150  "51  "53  "55  /1'96/;  Forshaw, Robert Phoenix  Forster, Norman P.   G Grand Forks  Forster, John Phoenix  Foster, Montague Phoenix  362  3G3  368 .  369  379  383'  38S  389  '397-  401  416  433  439  447  45��  455  458  459  463  472  494  5��4  508  ���526  5^8  564  56s  5<>7  5<>9  572  578  ,579  S82  587  589  598  601  602  604  605  607  623  635  646  647  655  662  663  679  680  681  694  699  704  7��5  711  714  716  720  725  726  733  752  755  768  769  774  79?  Frache, Richard '. .". Grand Forks  353    Frase'r,   Charles A Grand Forks  357   T"go, C Phoenix  " '   Gagne, John Phoenix  Galer, Oliver Niles Phoenix  Gaudet, Adolph .->....Phoenix  Gauthier, Edgar Grand Forks  Gill, George Phoenix  Glaister,   Harry :... ..Phoenix  Gordon, Donald   M '. Phoenix  Graham, Charles Avery ;Grand Forks  Griffiths, JohnDorrell Phoenix  Grosvenor, George  Francis '. .\ Phoenix  4o6:Hackett,'AVilliani Andrew ; Phoenix  411    Hall,. Stephen Thorn .' Grand Forks  Hamilton, Chaster A*:..;..'. , Phoenix  Harold, Richard Rose '. .....Phoenix  Harrison,  George ; ...-.Phoenix  Hasclwood, John  Henry .' Phoenix  Haverty, John Joseph Phoenix  Hearn, Edward Peter Phoenix  Henderson, Alexander Phoenix.  ���Henderson, John B Grand Forks  Heron, John ; Grand Forks  Hindnjioor, John  Douglas..., Phoenix  Hughes,'Richard .' , Phoenix  Hutchinson, Bert Phoenix  Hyde, Joseph Phoenix  Johnson,   Gust Phoenix  Johnson,   Matt ,' .Phoenix  Kerr, Angus Robert Phoenix  Killen, Denis : Phoenix  King, John Grand Forks  Kirby, Thomas R Phoenix  Knight, William J Phoenix  Kranantz,   George Grand Forks  LaBelle, Joseph Phoenix  LaLond,' Dolore.....-; -. Grand Forks  Lamb,  August Phoenix  Langill, George Adam .*. .' ..Phoenix  Lareau, Arthur. .'. .> .Phoenix  Leckiey,  JohnI Phoenix  Leek, James Thomas ; .Phoenix  Leg.iult, Arthur... , Phoenix  Leonard,  John Phoenix  Lepi, Adam Phoenix  Lewis, Gad Phoenix  Louttit,   Edward ". Phoenix  Maginnis, Patrick Phoenix  Martin,  Henry s Phoenix  Martin, Hazen Grand Forks  Matheson, Dan....l Phoenix  May, Percy .Phoenix  May, Wallace Phoenix  Miller> John Phoenix  Millican, William Phoenix  Millican, Mark Phoenix  Moore, Robert ". Grand Forks  Morley, Patrick .Phoenix  'Morrison, Rod K Phoenix  Morrison,   Willie Phoenix  Morrison, 5ames Phoenix  Munigan,   Henry James _ Phoenix  Mulcare, Thomas Phoenix  Munro, Donald Hugh Phoenix  Murray, William S �� Grand Forks  Murray, Arthur ��. Phoenix  MacAskill, John  Dan.... ��� Phoenix  McDonald, William X -. Phoenix  McDonald, Duncan M  \ Phoenix  Mac Donald, John Phoenix  McDonald, Peter D Grand Forks  MacDonald, John W. R , Phoenix  MacGillivrayrDuncan , - Phoenix  Stephens, William Joseph.  Stevens, Frank .,  Stewart, James D.................  Stewart, Freeman.   j 156    Stewart, Albert J....   1157 St; Peter,   F........................  i 161,   Strutzel, Alex. D.'.................  1164    Stubbs,  George...................  1175    Swain, Alfred Thomas.....;...'.  1187 .Taylor,  Frank.....................  1158 Taylor, Kenneth C.C.........;.  M92    Taylor, James Caulfield........  Templeton, James Alex..;   Tela, Matt. ...... ;'..'���.   Tlioni, - James'; . .'.;..........  Thompson;   Nick........ . .. .  Thompson,   Nicolai   Thompson,   Joseph ... .....;.  Thornton, Bernard V. . ... ....  Todd, George Bain.. . ;'.. .....  Todd, Janies Alfred, .. .......  Tooley, Percy  John...........  Townson, William............  Turnbull,. William... ; ... .....  Turner,   Alexander.   Twigg,  James .   Veness, Joseph Alfred Charles.  Verzuh, Frank....... ...... ..'. .  Wadman, Ross....... ...... ��� ���  Walker,   Gordon..............  Walker, James Russell .. .  Warren, Sidney Samuel; ..;....  Watson,   Albert..;....... ..;'.':������.  Watson, Robert....... ...;.;'....  Watson, George Byron. ......  Weiserj ��� Walter.v .'���/.'. . .......  Wells, Frank  John...; :  Welsh,  John... . ... .... i.....  Werner, John Emanuel.-..  AVliite,- James: E.............  While, John Albert. ..........  White,'.'Edmund ..'��..-". .���'. ���'... ...  Whit man, Bert..............  Wick,  William ....... ...  Wildman, William  Henry. ..'.  Williams, Lewis. . ...........  Wilms',  Frank Joseph....'.  Woodend, Robert By...'.;..-.'.  Woodrow, James  bor Mexican'dog, out riding."  . Sidney ran his hand through his  black hair. "And I���1 have no poodle  waggon! Never mind, Chlckle, I'll  keep out of her sight for a few weeks,  and maybe somethlngl! turn up."  But Connie turned her head. When  she was out of sight Sidney's gay  Bmiile left him and he threw himself  mocdly down in the grass beside the  Btono wall. ���  "Those young spooners' gone?" he  heard an oMy voice on the other sido  the s'tono wall. "Sort," another voice  ���a harsher one���answered. "Now  while we're a' restln' pard, put them  educated wits of yours to work*and  think out somethin' to put two nigh  deadbroke fellows on their feet again.  Be carefuil��how you kick them tan  shoes out, in tihis ground ivy, too,  while you're thlnkln', or youll!  bust  dogs, driven in self defense to shelter  In the log barn and there finally  overcome when beaten Into luaeaal-  hillity by the settlor and his hired,  man. A brass dog's collar studded  with nails ��� placed there "to make  the beast look civilized,'.' the.laughing  settler saiid ��� was about his neck  when 'he fully recovered consclouauese  and he found himself In a stout pen  of logs.  The settler's buxom wife, always  bearing a laughing baby in her arnw,  fed the prisoner regularly and,  strangely enough the child seemed to  attract him.  The fondness of the wolverene fo��  the child was a puzzle to them for  many weeks, and then they thought  no longer! Tearing his way 'through  a  rotten  log one night,  the  Ranger  i made his escape,  my fiddle.    Taln'i much, but I gueBS       He   was   a   gentleman   adventurer  we can get $3 for it to live on until'! at large again.    Ho rioted among the  3  1214  1217 ���  1221  .1230.  I23I  ���235  ���237  I238  J 241.  '245  '^47:  1251  '253  1255  1256.  1261 :  1262.  I 264.  1266.  I27I  1272  1273  1276  ��277  1280  1286  '3��.4  1311  "3M  ,1320  1321  '323  .. Phoenix  ............Phoenix   Phoenix  , Phoenix  .....Grand Forks   .Phoenix  ...1.;......Phoenix  ........... Phoenix  ............Plioenix  .....Grand Forks   Grand Forks  .....Grand Forks   .>.. Phoenix  '.......   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Grand Forks  No.  7  05  06  '59  423  676  895  1 too  1198  . AND TAKE NOTICE that at a Court of Re\isi6n to be held on the 20th day or  May, 1912, at the Court House in Grand Forks at 10 o'clock in the forenoon I shall  hear and determine the said" objections and unless such pamed persons or some other  Provincial voter on their behalf satisfies me that such objections are not   well founded  I shall strike such names off the said register.  S.  R. Almomo,  ��� Registrar of Voters.  Dated this 20th day of April, .1912.  UP-TO-DATE PRINTING  How about your Stationery? The  Pioneer has a complete stock and  is fully equipped for executing all  orders with neatness and dispatch.  We do anything that can be done  .'.   .*.   with paper and ink   .*.    .*.  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  Boraetihin' else turns up after this five  Is gone. Think1 of somethin' not quite  &o risky as that game wo played in  the lost town we stopped in. They  come beastly ntgh nabln' us back  there, Doc. Good thing we shot out  when we did." :��� ,   : ������������;���:���'���..  ���. The younger man, who was w'ell  Creased in a light gray suit, lay In t  silence for a few moments. "I've got  It, BWI1 Seed!" Olmstead heard him  say, finail'ly, and the young lawyer  listened to the details of an odd plan.  When he finally slipped away there  was a look little short of elation In  his face. .  The next morning Mrs. Morrow was  Interrupted In her study of a "book  of valuable coins" t-ttat Heath Bannister had brought: her by a a'trange  caller named Addison Dockray, 0  young man, handsome, hland and with  la tongue sweeter than honey. He  explained that he was on agent of  Myner & Allen, the great music house,  He had heard, she was a collector  of violins. Perhaps she could put  aim on the track of 'the coveted Instrument.  Mrs. Morris could  the agent was gone,  the coins vanished and she day awake  half the night planning 'to make a  personal search for the violin. Early  next morning Heath Bannister stopped to call her attention to a paragraph  in the morning paper, stating that a  stone mason named William Seed, In  a town dn the next county, owned a  fine violin, for which he had refused  enormous sums.  Ait 9 o'clock a big framed elderly  lady, with a suppressed air of excitement, appeared at the depot. A tall  young man 'boarded the same train  for .Lombard the lady did. Before  noon that day the cashier of the  Whiting Bank received a telegram:  "Do not cash "Mr. C. Morrow'B  cheque to William Seed. Fraud. Explanations.  "SIDNEY OLMSTEAD."  In less than an hour from the receipt of the telegram Sidney Olmstead  stepped from an automobile In front  of the bank. About 2 o'clock a plain,  heavy-set man brought a cheque for  $3,000, signed by Mrs. Morrow. The  signature was genuine, but on a  charge of swindling be'ng brought  against 'tlie man by Sidney Olmsteiid  the cheque was laid aside and William Seed was remanded- to the town  jadtl.  That evening Mrs. Morrow, with  eyes swollen from excessive weeping,  burst into the parlor when Connie,  her eyes shining, sat on a sofa beside  a very bold and apparently happy  young man.  "It's gone!" she moaned, "the three  thousand I had In the bank is gone.  She reeled and would have fallen  'had not Sidney's arms caught her.  . "Oh, auntie," Tailed tho girl, "the  money's all safe. Tell her, Sid, tell  her."  Mrs. Morrow listened to the young  man's story of the overheard plat,  and his subsequent proceedings.  "Why .didn't you come to mo first  and , warn me?" Mrs. Morrow re-  ' preached him.  "Would you have listened or believed me?" he asked.  "I might not," she confessed, wiping  her eyes. "I���I hate to own It,, but  I'm an old fool, Sidney. I want somebody to look after me, Won't you  come and live with Connie and mo?"  "Of course," answered Sidney, with  a boyish hug, and a kiss that brought  a 'blusia to vtihe witlhered cheek.  That kisses in public are as unsuitable as pyjamas and carpet elip-  pera at a dance.       irge again,  nabbits. lie found an admirable mate  and lived nlthogether a gallant and  daring liege. It, was months later  when he was somehow, attracted to  the clearing again. Could the memory  of 'the chiild have drawn him?  It was lato in the afternoon when  : the Rairgea- aaa-d Ivhs-'mate���-gllded-sallent-'  ly aorbss the cleairlng.'. and by the  house and readied ! the. ahe>lterlng  bushes between/the house and barn,  Then, by one of- the strangest of  strange haippentatgs, 'they came upon  a scene which -checked them stiffly  in theiir iwacks! Toward i�� IttUq  thicket at the aide of the yard a child  ���, the child, a little older, of th��  Ranger's - memory ��� whs toddling  'happily, but that alone was not what  had brought the wolverene to bucU  sudden  halt.  Crouched in tho thicket was a great  Canada lynx, and its glaring eyes wero  upon the approaching little one. The  child came neairer; the lynx gathered,  Itself for the sipring, and theu ��� the  Ranger did not himself know why ���  the wolverene launched himself forward in leap after leap urid was upon  the savage beast ��� one heavier and &a  fierce as he.  There was a bloody grapple, the  lynx seeking the Ranger's 'throat, but  the collar and steep siplkes withstood  lit and the Ranger found his enemy's  throat in turn. Tthoro was a rending  of skin and flesh, a jugular vein was  torn open and the great lynx weakened suddenly and sank downward, with  the wolverene attempting to struggle  from  underneath.  Summoned hy the wild clamor of  snarls and growls the settlor and bia  wife came rushing from the house,  the man grasping his rifle. It was  unralsed In 'on Instant and levelled  upon the gasping wolverene, when the  woman, .who had seized the shrieking  baby in her airma, cried out in protesting wonderment:  "Don't shoot, John! It's our own  wolverene ��� and ho has saved the  baby!"  Suddenly revived, the Ranger leaped away, rejoining his alarmed mate,  who has fled to the nearest wood.  He could not understand nor explain  at all to himself tho cnuse of his late  action, but he knew that he'd had a  fight quite worthy of his kind. Then  fast and far he went with his com-  pani-cn.  Such is the story of the Ranger of  the Canadian valley. He hud ways of  his own. What better description  could he given of the wolverene than  that wliiich a great authority has applied : "The animal Is noted for ita  voracity, ferocity and sagacity." Could  any one .pay to a splendid race a  greater coimpliment than that!  A Xcw Uac for Old Flnnos  A Labrador tribe, It is said, made  the barrels stolen from a wrecked  whaler serve as chimney-tops; tho  West IiulianB utilised Timothy bex-  ter's warming pans for sugar ladles;  and the Shans find no worse use for  English beer-bottloa than to stick  them up as household gods to keep  away evil spirits. But says a writer  the drollest Instance of converted  usage occurred when that adventurous.  Frenchman, De Tounaut, while In  Patagonia, gave an old chief a worn  out grand piano which he had bought  for eighty francs. A few days after  making this generous present, Do  Tounaut went one morning to pay an  early visit to the Patagonian. 1-Ig  found him sleeping peacefully with his  wife inside the piano, from which he  had carefully removed sounding  board, strings, etc., and which, thus  transformed, constituted a not ua-  fortable bed.  1  ��� ���MWiH?fl-*��t**V*ytM��'**���' PIONEER,   PHOENIX,   KBSTI&H   COLUMBIA.  i  Honored by Women  When a woman speaks of her  silent secret suffering she  traits you. Millions have bestowed this mark of confidence on Dr. R. V. Pierce,  of Buffalo, N. Y. Everywhere there ere women -who  bear witness to die wonderworking, eurin^-power of Dr.  Pierce's Favorite Prescription  ���which saves the suffering sex  from pain, and successfully  grapples with woman's weaknesses and stubborn  ills.  IT MAKES WEAK WOflEN STRONG  IT   HAKES   SICK WOMEN WELL.  No woman's appeal was ever misdirected or her confidence   misplaced" when   she   wrote   for   advice,   to  the World's   Disphnsary  Mbdicai. Association, Dr.  R. V. Pierce, President, Buffalo, N. Y.  dr. Pkree'a Ptemsnai Pellets ladace mild natural bowel movement oace-a day.  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  issued weekly  at Phoenix, British Columbia  Subscription, 2.00 per year  2.50 to United States.  G. Kay, Publisher.  Your Milk Supply  Should come from healthy and vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  manner. Separated Cream insures purity and  quality. The Dairy produces both.  ADVKUTISING SOALK ;  Application for Liquor Licence (SOdaya) ..$o.00j  OortMcate of Improvement notice (60 days) $7:60  Application to Purchase Land, notices (60 days)  . ;... %t.oo  Delinquent Co-owner notices (OOdays) ... .010.00  Small Water Notices (30 days)............ $7.60  All other legal advorUHjnir, 12 cents a lino,  single column, for tho first Insertion; and H  centn a lino (or each subsequent insertion, non  parell measurement..  Saturday, April 27, 1912  THE  DAIRY      J. W. Hannam, Prop.  The Silver Lining  There is a thriIMn every line of  of  r  When in Doubt  *As to "where you can get Tobacco to suit you own particular  taste, call at our store and we will convince you that we can  satisfy your wants.   We keep a varied assortment of  Tobacco, Pipes and Smokers' Supplies  Stationery, Books, Toys, Confectionery  Razors, Brushes, Soaps, Perfumes, etc.  Antonio Cervo     knob hill avenue  QUEEN'S  R.   V. CHISHOLM, Prop. ,  DANNY DEANE, Manager.  This is the Largest and Newest Hotel in^the city,  heated by steam, and well furnished thougrhout  for the accommodation of the public. Everything  Neat, Clean and Up-to-Date. Meals served at  all hours. \  Bar Stocked with Choicest Liquors .and Cigars  fa*N*RALLY LOCATED ON CORNER  MIDQC   AND   KNOB "HIU.  AVENUE        ^^  ���eatetJj Electrlc  Lighting.  Telsphonv 48 and 26  It's Worth Something  To be able to select your clothes where there's nothing but  rgood quality to choose from ; and variety enough for evsry  man. If I cannot suit you with a Ready-to-Wear, you can  have a suit made specially for you. I have a big iine of  sample* to choose from. It's a pleasure to show them, they  they are so good.  A full line of Shirts, Underwear, Hats, etc., carried.  the   story   of   the    wreck   of   the  Titanic, says the Victoria Colonist,  and almost every person who read it  must have felt  at times  as if something had clutched the heart.    Four  days   had   passed   and   there    was  nothing   to   lighten   the  burden   of  sorrow.      Our    expectations   were  tuned   up   to   expect   a   climax   of  horror.    And then the story came,  and   we   read   of   deeds   of   quiet  heroism that made   our pulses beat  faster and brought tears of pride to  our eyes.     As there is no tale of the  sea more   awful in   its   toll of lives,  so there   is none   more  glorious as  an illustration   of the   manliness of  men   and   the   nobility of woman's  love.    The   wife who   stood  by her  husband preferring'  to die with him  than to   be  saved without   him, although there was everything else to  make   life   happy   to   her  except   a  husband's   love;   the  father   whose  only   thought   as  he  faced certain  death was of the   mother who   was  waiting for her litttle boys; the captain who stood upon the bridge and  issued his  commands knowing that  in a  few   minutes  he   would  have  gone to his   death ,in the water; the  of the Titanic,  musicians   who    played   their   own  death   song.in   order   that   courage  might, be   inspired in   the  hearts of  others; the sailors who stood by the  boats   in   which    they    could  have  sought   refuge,   but preferred their  duty to life itself.     We may lament  the death   of such   as these   and of  the   hundreds   of  others   of  whose  noble   courage   we   have   not   been  speed across the deep through fog  and darkness, nothing on land or  sea to make us afraid. Then out of  the night comes Nature, this time  wearing a mantle of ice. She spurns;  the greatest triumph of our skill  with only a~ touch of her foot, and  what was our pride, what seemed  the very culmination of wisdom and  skill, is broken and sinks from'  sight as a'pebble sinks when a child  throws it into a pond, and the icy  monster moves on without a tremor.  When daylight comes, where there  had been a mighty ship, seemingly  almost a living thing and carrying  hundreds of men and women full of  satisfaction that man had been able  to accomplish such a triumph over  nature, there is nothing but a few  fragments of wreckage and a stately berg shining like a vast pearl in  the rays of the rising sun. Nature  has taught man a lesson, an awful  lesson indeed, but in proportion to  our pride so must be our fall.  And yet, though there is much  sorrow, it is not all sorrow; though  there is much that is almost too  painful to bear, it is not all painful.  Nature may show us that she can  triumph over the works of man; but  she failed to show that she can  triumph over the souls of men. The  greatest thing in that awftil night  was not "the towering berg whose  feet were many fathoms deep; but  the unconquerable souls of the men,  who in the very hour and article of  death could do their duty unflinchingly. Human skill was powerless;  but humanity itself was triumphant.  And so while we mourn the lost,  let us not forget that the men and  women, who proved their nobility of  soul, were no better than we ourselves are, and that we and every-;  one else have within ourselves that  which is greater than fear, that  when the time conies for us to exhibit the greatness of-humanity, we  too may. be able' to prove ourselves  worthy to be classed with the heroes  "ff  ���(A  �����'������;  %**k  No  Other  Offers This  Hosiery  t+4  'Foot-clothing that fits with absolute perfection, for  treasons .you will readily see if you'll glance at the  J ^picture here . . . the only hose made that is permanently shaped to the foot and leg, and that is both  S#eam 1 ess  and Snug-Fi11in g  f'You'would not think of buying hosewith a seam up the front  ���"of  the  leg... . . wouldn't that be*ugly and uncomfortable?  Probably you buy the kind with a . seam up the 'back only y,  becauseyou didn't  know  there was a: kind free from that'  discomfort  and  unsightliness.    There Is, 'however.   You  ��� can get the better kind in any weight  or color  if you  ���buy.hosiery made by  Penmans   Limited  Paris ' ��� . Canada  Underwear,   Sweaters,   Hosiery  76  lull-Fashioned  Seamless.  GnfltaK  HOSIERY  and  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. AL.MSTROM  Writing Paper in Latest  thapM and T i hta'  Gets the Bounce  Captain Bernier, commander  the : Canadian government steamer  Arctic, has been suspended by the  government following grave charges  lodged against him in connection  with his official conduct of expedi  tions   to   the   far   north.        Captain  D. J. MATHESON   Insurance Agent  FIDELITY   BONDS,   PLATE   GLASS,  COMMISSIONER   FOR  TAKING  ��H AFFIDAVITS .  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX,  B.C.  Phoenix Cartage Co,  Bernier has enjoyed international  and never will be told; but it is with I repUte as an Arctic navigator, hav-  pride that we realize that they werel jng. Cpme successfully through a  only men and women like ourselves, jnurn{jer of voyages in .Northern  and that we feel a reason to believe   waters.     He commanded the Arctic  Tfo��@. Brown    M*n'*Wear g^|u��ive'y  Cleanl8ness our  The product of the local dairies is good, but ours is  the best.  Cleanliness is our watchword, and no germ can pass our sentries.  Our poultry department has increased its supply of eggs  accommodate you.  Let us  PHONE F 32  ix Dairy  W. A. McKay & Sons  Proprietors  NBARBST HOTEL TO FAMOUS QRAMBY MINES  F,r8t_OLASS ACCOMMODATION FOR  MINERS  Bar Stocked with the Finest Line of Wines, Liquors, Cigars  A, O. JOHNSON  Proprietor  that we could do as they did.  The explanation of such a disaster is only to be found in the inscrutable wisdom of God. Perhaps,  who knows, man needed a lesson?  In our pride we built a great ship.  We said we have done what has  never before been done, we have  built a ship that cannot sink; we  have so tamed the forces of nature  that  we  can   rush   with    headlong  ^Wonderful Discovery.  \n eminent scientist, the other day,  cave his opinion that the most wonderful discovery of recent years was the  discovery of Zam-Buk. Just think!  A.s soon as u single thin layer of Zam-  Buk is applied to a wound or a sore  such injurv is insured against blood  poison! Not one species of microbe  has been found that Zam-Buk does not  kill!  Then again. As soon as Zam-Buk is  applied to a sore, or a cut, or to skin  disease, it stops the smarting. That- is  whv fhikhvn are such friends of Zam-  Buk. They care nothing for the science  of the thing. All they know is that  Zam-Buk slops their pain. Mothers  should never lorget this. _  Again. As soon as Zam-Buk is applied to a wound or to a diseased part,  the cells beneath the skin's surface are  so stimulated that new healthy tissue  is qiiicklv formed. This forming ot  fresh healthy tissue from below is Zani-  Buk's secret of healing. The tissue  thus formed is worked up to the surface and literally casts off the diseased  tissue above it. This is why Zam-Buk  cures are permanent.  Only the other day Air. Marsh, of 101  Delorimier Ave., Montreal, called upon  the Zam-Buk Co., and told them that  for over twenty-rive years he had been  a 'martyr to eczema. His hands were  at one time so covered with sores that  he had to sleep in gloves. Four years  ago Zam-Buk was introduced to him,  and in a few mouths it cured him. today���over three years after his cure ot  a disease he had for twenty-five years  ���he is still cured, and has had no trace  of any return of the eczema!  All druggists sell Zam-Buk at oOc.  box, or we will send free trial box if  you send this advertisement and a lc.  stamp (to pay return postage). Address Zam-Buk Co., Toronto'.  during   the    fourteen    montlis'   expedition of 1908-9, the fitting out of  his ship at that time being the-  subject of  a scandal   and   a parliamentary investigation.      In that trouble  Captain Bernier was not personally  involved.     Lately,   however,  it  has  been   charged    that  in    connection  with some of his expeditions he h.as  traded with  the  natives  and others'  in the   north for  personal gain, and  at the  expense  of the government.  These charges  have been under in-  investigation by a commission under  the Inquiries Act.     Until  the report  of the  commission is  in, no definite  action will be taken, but in  view of  the evidence   already given, including     the     testimony     of    Captain  Bernier    himself,    the   government  has   concluded    that    the   circumstances warrant his suspension.  If you require any Heavy Teaming* ot Hauling" done,  let us do it for you. That is our business, and we  have the equipment to execute all orders satisfactory.  First-Class Wood  We also have a supply of first-class Cordwood, short  or long-, and can deliver it on short notice.  D. L. McElroy  Lumber, Lath and Shingles.  Proprietor  PHOENIX,  B.C.  r  QUICKLY   8TQPS   COUQHO.   OURE6   COLDS.  MSAM THE THBOAT AND LUN9B. SO BBNTfl  There is a remarkable influx of  settlers this spring to the Upper  Columbia river valley along the  route of the Kootenay Central railroad, now under construction, according to E.< J. Scovil, former  government agent at Golden. A  party of Eog-.lish settlers, comprising 500 men, women and children,  are now en route from England,  bound for the Windermere district  in B.C. They are all to engage in  fruit raising. ,  South Vancouver is growing so  rapidly in population that tents will  have- to be erected to provide school  accommodation.  MADAM LAVAL'S  Cotton Root Compound Tablets  A  RELIABLE  KKOCLATOR  These Pills are compounded with the greatest  care from the most reliable remedies known to  science; snch as a.re beinfr used with much success  by the mtist celebrated physicians known.  They are a specitic lor the distressing disorder?  to which the female constitution is liable.  Price $2 a box. Ko. 4 (much stroncer). �����! a  box. bold at all clruR stores, or by nia.l from Tb��  jbAvail>ru�� co��� St, Cath��)riv*���� ��n^  Our Spring: Sale  opens with hundreds of dollars worth of new  riiDsMlTirSe    specially gathered for  JrUKnll B \JrkCy  this occasion.  We  have been  particularly successful in se-    ���  ���curing- the desirable  kinds of furniture such  as the majority of folks are buying   vcr.x ���.: -  If you will call  today  we will  be pleased  to  show you  our  beautiful   line of .new goods.  O. F. Edwards The Furniture flealer j  Strict iy Fresh Farm Eggs, 40c. per dozen  "Empress" Creamery Butter, 40c. per lb.  "Golf den Rod" Creamery Butter, 45c. per lb.  Pure : Leaf Lard, 5 lb. Pail, $1.00  Sugi ir Cured Hams, 25c. per lb.  Choi ce Breakfast Bacon, 27c. per lb.  Wholesale an-d Retail Butchers and Produce MrrH^  turn mi  <*$".:-:vf  If-V-.'���;:  to ������>.;  31,  m ���  m,  ��iwjJi i  m  1  mt f I  U'  ���r \  t  Jjr i  TTTP.    PTONTT-R,    PIIOENIX,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  I1885^^^���5!  m  |  TkeCook  I always feel  I confident of 1  ^s^s��a*^s$i  I pure and. wholesome |  |food.when usin  DrPrices  Local and General  Raking Powder  1  it  k  APure,GrapeCream^Tartar |  imiflK Baking Powder   1  No Alum  Lime Phosphate  <K*NKKKiaK*KiKNKKKKKi  1 Made from, Grapes  fa  HAND-PAINTED  CHINA  "We have a very vice selection to-'choose from.  . -      ,        NOTHING NICEB^ FOR WEDDING PRESENTS.  SMALL PLATES, $1.00, $2.25 and $3.00  LARGE PLAQUES    -        -     $2.75 to $5.00  - BON'BON  DISHES'(nicely  painte'dj' $1.50   up    *,  E. A. BLACK   -   the Jeweler  1- j ���-��.  Miss EininaxLobi*k.e ia visiting hoi-  mother in the Forkb this week.  Piano for sale. Apply to F. Wood,  King's hotel.  The Phoenix Tennis club' ate erecting a small 10 x 10 building on their  grounds.  William Cox left on Friday foi  New York, en route for his home in  England.  Lost.���Bunch of keys. Finder will  he suitably lewarded by returning to  Granby office.  Miss M. Mackenzie, accompanied by  her sister Mi&s K. Mackenzie, are visiting in Spokane.  Ab. McQueen left hurriedly for the  coast on Wednesday, having received  word of the alarming illness of hit.  inothor.  Presbvtorian Service will be held on  Sundav'evening at 7.30 p.m.. in the  1C.P. Hull. A cordial welcome, lie v.  J. li. Munro.  ' Page Bo vies, diamond drill expert,  of the firm of Boyles Bros., returned  to his headquarters in Spokane on  Monday morning.  Paddy Morley, an old timer in the  BoundaVy, who has been working lor  the last 'few months at. .Snlino, blew  into town on "Wednesday.  Win. Pierce, who has boon an inmate of the hospital for some days,  suffering from a severe atUick of ton-  silitis, is now fully lecoveied.  Mrs. lid. Blagk left last week for A.  D. McJCen/.ie's ranch in tho Simillui-  moen to visit Miss Jane McKonzie who  will jjass the summer season thine.  The stated services in the Catholic  church are as follows: First and third  Sundays in the month- Mass at 10  a.m., Sunday School at 2.30 pin.;  Evening Service at 7.30 p.m. Rev.  Father Choinel, pastor.  A social dance will take place tonight, in the Miners' Union hall. An  excellent program of bright and up-to-  date dance music has been prepared  and an enjoyable evening is confidently anticipated.  The Services on Sunday in St. John's  Church are: Holy Communion at 7.30  a.m., Morning Prayer at 10.30, Holy  Comimfnion at 11 a.m., Sunday School  at 3, Evening Prayer at 7.30. Rev. L  B. Lee, Rector.  KirmEY TROUBLE  Suffered Ten Years���Relieved in Thra  Months Thanks to PE-RU-NA.  ���< %��    Vtf�� *  .  t ftfiPSiM?   tr***  Grfcat Northern Railway  Round-Trip Excursion  TO THE.  EAST  A few samples���Other  reductions  to  many  Eastern   and   Middle  -    - West Points in Canada and United States.  Mrs. E. E. Campbell was among the  eastbound passengers leaving Phoenix  this week. Mrs. Campbell intends to  stop pff at Otltawa, afterwards proceeding to her home in Prince Edward  island. Mr. Campbell travelled with  her as far as Kootenay .landing.  The motion picture shows still continue to draw appreciative audiences  at the opera house, and without doubt  the management deserves to be congratulated on the creditable entertainments provided. Both songs and pictures provide a pleasant and wholesome evening's enjoyment.  Frank McDonald atid ~D. Mclnuis returned on Tuesday from. Pitt River  Meadows, 12 miles from Njew Westminster, and 10 miles from Vancouver,  where they purchased 20 acres of land,  all cleared and ready for cultivation.  Frank says that they have 12 inches  of fine black loam, and if they can't  raise spuds they can raise clams.  The Right Rev.  Henry Dn  Pencier,  'Lord  Bishop  of the   diocese  of New  Westminster, has announced his intention to hold a confirmation* service in  0. B.l'IZBR, Mt. Sterling,Ky.,says:  "/ have suffered with kidney and  bladder trouble for ten years past  "Last March I commoncod ,-islng  Poruua and continued for throo months.  [ have not used it since, nor have I folt  % pain."  Silver Production in B.C.  That 1912 will be the third greatest-year   in   British   Columbia's  sil-  vcr   production,   and also   the third  greatest in value  of output, is. predicted by W. Fleet  Robertson, provincial   mineralogist,   in   his   "Preliminary Review" for 1911, in 'which,  he estimates that the current twelve  months   should   prove   the greatest  silver  year   since    1901.       As    the  Kootenay accounted for 93 per cent  of the' province's   silver  output  for  1911, and conditions in the Kootenay point to  an increased production  of all metals,   Mr. Robertson's forecast seems well   founded.    To take  one camp alone, Silverton on Slocan  lake, today there are three concentrators   at  work,   .agaiiistyone last  year.    All .told   theySlocan division  had twenty-three shipping mines in  1911,   and some   of these will enter  the big shipper class.    The re-opening of  the Kootenay lake   basin  of  the  Slocan, which takes  in   part of  the Ainsworth division,   which  had  but   nine   shippers   that have   been  awaiting re-opening of transportation before putting out the tonnage,  the Consolidated Mining and Smelting'Co.   have'been   developing two  properties in the town of Ainsworth  since the   first of  the year,   with   a  view to   smelter'feed, ancl   the   big  property   at  Riondel, with   its. concentrator has started up.     The Nelson division gives first place to gold,  but   its   two  large   silver-lead   producers are  turning   out ore or concentrate, while  the   Ledge  at Deer  creek, one "of last yearns discoveries,  is    now     being    developed   underground by the Consolidated Co. and  ana  nm ^  Your  Spring-  Suit  is here  Call and  Get It.  N. J. Carson & Co.  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.  WINNIPEG   -  $ 60.00  DENVER    -  $ S5.oo  MONTREAL-  91.5o  ST. PAUL -  6O.00  QUEBEC   ,   -  1 O5.oo  VST. LOUIS  7o.oo  HALIFAX      -  1 27.2o  CHICAGO  72.5o  TORONTO    -  91.5o  NEW YORK  1 o8.5o  ; Tickets are first-class, on sale May 2nd, and continuing on  different dates in May, June, July, Aug. and Sept. Final return  limit Oct. 31st. Liberal stopoveirs allowed. Option of returning  through California at slightly higher rate. For full particulars  call or address ' "w. X. PERKINS, Agent.  BT-1     "J*  H-Twa". ������   "'  KlitffSS ���������.-���'���<-;���'  I-Ji-S.'&'B"'-'- ������'���'���>'  If"*1"-�� r '?��� :���;  ���4$ yp yy;. ���  tf^OME in antf see tb.e new spring  styles ia Fit-Reform Suits and  Overcoats. ,  They -are worth looking at-  proipise you.  ���we  mm  We'll /show you styles and effects  that Yyre jumping-..'into" Ikvos: ���  because they are distinctly xicv/  and distinctly good.  Evea if you are not ready f:o I"  come and see.   You aire  always.  welcoihe,  MORRIN THOMPSON  Phoenix, B.C.  St. John's church, Phoenix, on Friday, I '"^ reach the shipping stage.     An-  Alay-3rd.    The  bishop  will arrive on | other   large  silver-lead  discovery in  this division, on   La   France creek,  has rewarded the La France mining  company after some years of work,  and, while this years  tonnage may  not' be   affected,   it   is   one   of  the  sighs of the times.     The East Kootenay,- fully  on its  teet  again, is the  only   silver-lead   section   that  does  not show pronounced  indications of  an   increased   tonnage for the  current year.     In addition to all other  factors that favorably influence the  Kootenay  silver "situation, the  rise  in the  price .of all-the   metals will  naturally broaden mining operations  all over.      As   almost  all the silver  is   derived   from the   ores  that also  contain lead, the  lead output  must  inevitably show a similar expansion,  and 1912  will probably  make a record for lead for recent yearsi  James Marshall, Prop.  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix, B.C.  ��r _  __  Thursday evening and after the service  Will proceed to Grand Forks, where  another confirmation will take place at  Holy Trinity church.  John Piekthall proved himself the  luckiest man in camp this week, as not  only did he draw the winning number  for the $250 grafonola, but was also  fortunate enough to secure the fourth  prize, a silver watch; R. Blakeman  took the second prize, a gold watch,  while the thiVd, an alarm watch, was  won by E. Andiews. In all there  were forty prizes. The drawing took  place on Thursday at Black's jewelry  store.  A. Mclvor, representative of an.  eastern firm, who paid his first visit to  Phoenix, last Saturday, met with a  pleasant surprise when he ran into  Chief Docksteader, a former schoolmate. The pair, who aie Native Sons,  were*bus> exchanging boyhood recol*  lections of the time when Vancouver  was but a village by the sea, with  little prospect of assuming the proportions it lias now attained.  "Woid was received last week that  W. Griffiths, a former resident of  Phoenix, is again back in St. Luke's  hospital, Spokane; this time suffering  from an attack of pleurisy. Bill has  been unfortunate since, he bade-fare-  well to Phoenix. His misfortune commenced last June, when he fractured  his leg while working on the W. W. P.  company's construction works near  Spokane; the. limb being saved with  difficulty. His many friends in Phb-  nix will heartily join in wishing for  him a speedy return to health.  ROYAL  BILLIARD  PARLORS  Beautiful Selection of Pipes, Cigars  Tobaccos. All the most popular  blends of Cigarettes, etc;  Cosgrove ft.' McAstockep, Props.  Mineral Act.  'Form F     '  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  the'  BEST  OUICKL,Y   STOPS   COUQH8.   CURES   COLDS  HEALS THE THROAT AND LUNQS. 26 CENTS  FOR SALE  The John McRac residence, on Gospel hill, is now offered for sale at a  very low figure and exceptionally easy  terms. If interested call at the Granby  office for particulars.   ' .  PUBLIC NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE .that I intend to  apply to the Board of License Commissioners for the city, of Phoenix, at  their next sitting for a transfer of  the Liquor License held by me for the  ���King's Hotel, Knob Hill Avenue, to  James .15. McDonald..  Dated at Phoenix, B.C., this 25th  day of April, 1912.  (Signed)    ESTtraii Shka.  Executrix E. P. Shea.  DENTISTRY  Reasonable Prices  '-.���������_.--.    .."������#'..-  For the next.30 days I will give a  10 Per Cent Discount  on all work if you bring this announcement.  DR. L. S. EASTMAN,  3 and 4 Zeigler Block,  N.E. Corner Riverside and Howard  SPOKANE^ WASH.  NOTICE.  "Athelatiin" 'Minora! Clnim,'  situate in  Mining DiviKion of Vale district.  \Vhcrc located:���Franklin Camp.  . TAKE NOTICE that I, Donald J. Mathoson.  agent for William J. Prondergaat. Free Miner's  Certificate No. 35807B, and John S. Boyco, Free  Miner's Certificate No. 35S59B. and Chris. jVI.  Reeves, Free Miner's Certificate No ,intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to tho  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for tho purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  Hcction 37, must he commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this IUUi day of April, A.D. 11112.    '  D. J. MATHESON, Agent.  MEN   ONLY  If you come to  me for treatment  ex pect to:be  cured. If others  have failed expect me to cure  you. Unless I  know that I can  cure you I will  n<jf accept your  case,andin every  instance 1 treat  by my own original advanced  and scientific  methods.  Mineral Act.  Form  F  Certificate of Improvements.  stops coughs K&Lx!reSE2  HEAL!! THE LUNGS  JPKICE. 25 CENTS  NOTICE       .  "Kganvllle" Mineral Claim, situate in tho  Grand Forks Mining Division of Yale district.  Where located:���Franklin Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Donald J. Mathoson,  agent for William .T. Prondergast, Free Miner's  Certificate, No: 35867B, and John .S. Boyco,  Free Miner's Certificate No. :i5SSi), and Chris.  H. llcevcs, Free Miner's Certificate Xo...,- intend, sixty days from tho date hereof, to apply  to tho Mining Record or for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of tho above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must bo commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  ...  Dated this 19th day of April, A.I). 1912.  D. J. MATHESON, Agent.  MY FEES ARE FAIR, AND MY  CURES ARE PERMANENT  Spermatorrhoea, Organic Weak  ness, Lost Vigor, Varicocele, Hydrocele, Contracted Disorders,  Specific Blood Poison, Piles and  Strictures���restoring all affected  organs to normal and healthy action  in shortest possible space of*time.  VISIT  DR. KELLY'S  GREAT MUSEUM  Seo all the forms of Diseases of Men.  Consultation and instructive booklet freo |  at ofHco or by mail.  210 HOWARD STttKKT  SPOKANE        -      -        WASH. |  CITY OF PHOENIX  Ewtry Woman  U interested and should know  about the wonderful  MARVEL Whirling Spray  .   Tho now Vaginal Syringe.   Best  ���Most convenient.   It cleanse3  instantly.      Ask your  1 druggist f?*2ji    r  If he cannot supply tho  M A It VIIL accept no other,  but send stamp for illustrated  book���sealed.  It fflvei full particulars and direction* invaluable to ladles.  WINDSOR SOPPtV CO.,  Windsor* Oat. General Agents for Cans?  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  the first sitting of the Annual-Court  of Revision for the Municipality of the  City of Phoenix, will be held at the  Oifcy Hall, on Monday, the 3rd day of  June, 1012, at 2 p.m., for the purpose  of hearing and determining complaints  as made by the Assessor for the. year  1912.  Ii: Hartley, Assessor.  Dated at Phoenix, B.C.,  April 19th, 1912/  #�����  w;  !>'.  if  Mr  mm  fm  1^  >  I*  r  I  r   i*  *  A'  ��S.  16  '-71  ���r  k     t  tix.  r  Vi'/L' h  -an.  1  it


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