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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Aug 16, 1913

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 The largest copnor riiiticn in  the Dominion arc situated  at Phoenix. Tho Qranby  Co. employs 500 men, and  ' has a monthly pay roll of  over 950,000, while the Rawhide pay roll is $18,000.  ���Sfi;&v;KJ!'#SI  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District  FIFTEENTH YEAR  Labor Day at Phoenix  The matter of a Labor celebration  in Phoenix is now exciting a much  keener interest than hitherto. Sunday evening's meeting was well  attended and considerable progress  was made towards making-the event  not  only  an  assured   thing,   but a  PHOENIX, B. C, SATURDAY, AUG. 16, 1913  &  I Thk. Phoenix PipNHBR is  published in the highest  municipality in Canada?���  altitude, 4,800 ft. The oity  Jhas a population of 1,500,  possesses first-class  i, opera house, schools  Bridge Carpenter Killed in Town  An accident attended with fatal  consequences occurred on Thursday to one of tlie Great Northern  bridge crew engaged in repairing  the trestle bridge spanning- the road  in the lower town. The man, whose  name   is   Al.   Nelson,   was  struck  ��*���        ������'     '*������    **-ia��_ii,    iifaa    an u.k  success as well.   The gathering was  wilh ajbent, that had bee��� ,00sened  r-:)11f��rl  in ni-^A-. U..   Ll   .a.    a��.t-ii 1.  called to order by H. A. McPherson  and the chairman of the committee  which   were  appointed   to  test the  feeling of   the   town   towards   the  project,   was   requested   to  submit  his report.    The report  slated (hat  a  sum of approximately  $600 had  been    collected,    which   with   that  from other prospective sources ihny  felt certain could easily be increased  to about $1500.   This, ir was .decided,    was  so   encouraging,   that  a  in order  to  substitute  a  new one.  Death   was   instantaneous,   the deceased   neck   having*    been   broken  either with the blow  from the bent  or in  falling   to   the   ground, a distance  of   about   ten   feet.    A.   S.  Black,    the   district   coroner,    was  summoned,   and  after   hearing  the  particulars  of the affair and visiting  the  spot,   he   decided   to   dispense  with the   customary  inquest-.     Nelson was about 28 years of age, and  committee     of   five,   consisting  of is said to have  been either a native]  D.   Patterson, J    Hartman,   Chas.   of Norway   or   Sweden. l   In   the  Davidson,   . R.    Agnew   and   John  event   of   failure    in    locating    his  Marshall  were appointed to formu-1 relatives,    the    funeral   will   most  likely     take.,   place     in   the   local  cemetery.  Number S  iveet  fc of  on  late a program for the day.    D. A.  Vigneaux, .sec.   of the meeting, was  also requested to  bring the matter  to the attention  of .the local branch  of the Miners'  Union, and a further-  resolution   to  the  effect'that all of  the  events   should   be  open  to  all  was    unanimously   adopted.-    The  meeting concluded with a  short address by J.  E. Thompson, who said  that   now   it  was definitely   agreed  to  hold   a  celebration   it   was   the  duty  of each   and   all   to  lend the  committees all the support possible  to make the celebration one worthy  of the town.  Kings Hotel New Management  Another change in the   manage  Argo Tunnel Co. Resumes Work  Ola   Lofstad,    president    of. the  Argo Tunnel  company, ��� who* was in  Phoenix  for a few  hours   on Tiies-  ; day, reports that the work of drift-  ��� %    __*���     t_" ' "' i-      - �� i* n*4-r>_:    . i  ing,   which   was  suspended   for,   a  couple of weeks, has now  been re  sumed;    The temporary suspension , --   -���    -    ._.   .���.  of operations was  rendered   neces-  entire charge  of that department to  ment of a local  hotel went  into   ef- ���  feet this   week,   when  Pete  Turano  and Nick Muso, took over in partnership  the   proprietorship   of   the  well-known King's hotel.     Both of  the  new    managers  are   popularly  known in town, the  former recently  as partner   in  the   Dominion hotel,  and  the  latter of the Butte hotel.  The   King's   hotel   is   among   the  largest in the town, thoroughly up-  to-date as regards comfort and convenience, steam- heated throughout  and  an   ideal    stopping-   place   for  either transient, or. those employed  at the  big   mine,   from  which place  it is distant but a few minutes' walk.  The'new  proprietor's  have* decided  riot to   run   tbe - dining  room themselves,   but   have   banded  over the  sary by the presence of so muchJAl. Spraggins, the popular chef,  foul air, but this has now been satis- whose Clllirjary abn3ty may be de,  factonly overcome  by  the installa-1 J   '  tion of a line of eight or nine inch  pipes, and the erection of a stack  seventy.-five feet high at the portal.  NEW CP.R.  BOAT  "NASOOKIN" PLYING  BETWEEN   NELSON AND JCUSKANOOK  This steamer the "Nasookin" of the Canadian Pacific Railway British  Columbia lake service was launched early this year. It is the same type  of vessel that the company already has in service on the B. C. lakes and  rivers, designed for passenger service, stern wheel and capable of making  landings at any point. The steel hull was built by the Western Dry  Dock Co. at Port Arthur, Ont., and the ship constructed at the company's  own yards at Nelson-, where there are several hundred men employed.  The vessel is 202 feet long, with 39 foot beam, and will carry 550 passengers, having sleeping accommodation for 170 people. It is fitted up  with all the luxuries of the modern ocean liners, ample provision being  made for accommodation of meals arrt. berths.  This steamer is now in service Between Nelson and Kootenay Landing, connecting each place with the co'mpany trains. The picture shown  is one taken with the holiday crowd from Nelson to Kaslo. The Indian  name "Nasookin" signifies Big Chief.    .  Phoenix Hospital Da  The   annual   dance,    for  charity's sake, in aid of the  the general  hospital, took  p  Wednesday  evening-   in   thc  renovated  ballroom of the  Min  Union   hall,  a:id proved,   as everyone expected  it  would, a most enjoyable and  highly-successful financial   affair.    The  change   from  the  excessive    heat   of   thc   past   few  weeks proved a boon to the dancers,  who   kepL   the   Ironsides   orchestra  busily engaged for fully four hours.  The committee   spared no effort in  looking after their guests and as a  consequence there were   fewer wallflowers   in evidence  than   is usually  the   case.      The   midnight   supper,  served on the premises  and catered  for   by   Danny   Deane with  admir-  ���Returjl&fio British Columbia  *~ rs   report  the   recent  ritish   Columbia  of Mr.  J.   F.   Hemenway   from  Arizona.     Mr. Hemenway  known in the  mining circles  this  province   and   at one  time  served   on the staff of the Granby  Consolidated company here in Phoenix, a position he vacated about ten  years ago to accept an appointment  as local manager of the  Bradshaw  Mountain Copper Mining and Smelting company of Preseott, Azizona.  Since leaving Phoenix, Mr. Hemenway   has'donc  considerable mining  on his  own  account in Mexico, the  present affairs  of which   country he  regards   as   very  critical   and  fully  expects    some   active - interference  on the part of the States in the very  . . ���         - _"������������ ���� "i�� oi����L._ in me very  able taste, was another feature that  near future.    As illustrating the ���n.  together with the music, evoked  a deal of praise from all those  whose good fortune it was to be  present.  B. C. Annual Mining Report  The annual report of the Hon.  the Minister of Mines, for the year  1912, compiled under the direction  of the provincial mineralogist, W.  Fleet Robinson, has been .issued  by the department. The .report  shows a gratifying increase in(the  production of minerals over that  of the. preceding twelve months.  As in ��� ��� formeY' -years,' the output  from the Boundary mines is again a  striking feature, 74 per cent of the  province's total ore production com  Road Plans Now Ready  As matters now stand it looks as  if another year was to be allowed to  lapse before people in this town  would be able to safely negotiate  the road journey to Grand Forks.  This  is.by no   means as  it ought to  Phoenix Brewery Inspected  A visit was paid to the city this  week by Dr. J. R. Barrett of Winnipeg, Dominion government inspector of breweries "and distilleries.  He was accompanied on his trip by  J. E. Miller, inspector of inland revenue. While here the couple  made an exhaustive inspection of  the books and plant of the Phoenix  Brewing company, the result of  which more than' exceeded the expectations of the officials. In view 11  of the fact that the visit was totally I  unexpected, the management arell  to be congratulated on  the splendid \\  settled condition of affairs in that  country and 'is showing the risks  run by the mining companies he  mentioned the case of one mine  whose whole cleanup was confiscated by one of the warring factions.  A detachment of troopers of  the Royal Northwest Mounted  police, under the command of Inspector Newson and Sergeant A.  Butterworth, left Vancouver a few  days ago, for duty along- the trails  in Canada leading to the Sushanna  gold field. Twenty-four horses accompany the party.  visitors'"  v&h  ng from   its   mines.     This in   itself / of improving-   the   road com munica-  ���   ���            i ��s remarkable, but if the many other /tion to and   from   Grand Forks, but  pended   upon   to   cope   successful!}'/ deposits which dot this district were / unfortunately he is not on the scene  with any  demand likely   to be made/ in operation it would be almost safe /to  see   how   those   responsible   are  unonit. '-'-' "    ��� -  *  ' ���       *  be, and Phoenix  is surely deMrvingl?;;0^^ at\|  of, more? generous   treatment   than!'      hr&^^  and which   drew   such  |hat which. <Tnias been * meted   out tJfavorab,e cgmmentf.from the   official!'  her of late in. the  matter "of roads.  Mr. Miller has given us the assurance that a handsome appropriation  has been set aside to defray the cost  The Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting & Power Co:,  __ .   Limited. '  NOTICE  upon it.  The  Big- Store  Ore Tonnages  Following- are the  returns  of the  output of the   Granby   mines    and  smelte*r for week ending Aug;. 10:  Granby. . 22,555     783,455        ._. ���.      ���.c. SMELTER   TONNAGES      .  to  class   all   other   districts   in   the /making it   impossible   for   that pro-/Granby . . .". .' 22,110     739,837  province as  positively insignificant, fmise   to   be   of  much   effect for at  that is   as   far   as  ore production is I least another year.     In other words  "New York, Aug. 8th, 1013^.  NOTICE IS HEREBY/GIYJEN,  ,tbat at a meeting of. t]ae Board of i  Directors; 1ield" on  tfiel"7tii insti", a-  Dividend of 1_  pev cent, upon the  par value of the stock outstanding  was   declared   payable   September  2nd, 1013, 13 stockholders of record,  afc   twelve  noon,   on August 16th,  WIS.  JtSTOBTHBCrp FOWLER,  Secretary.  ecial  The Famous Mar  Cross Safety Razor  Complete for 3 5 c.  Guaranteed by the Big House of Mark  Cross to be the equal of and $$S.OO  SAFETY RAZOR on the market.  This offering is purely an introductory one, and expices the end. of this  month.  concerned.      Rossland   comes   next  with 9.07  per cent; then comes the  Coast district with 8.03, the Slocan  district    with   5.07,    Nelson    1.94,  East   Kootenay, 1.87  and  all other  partsof the province combined 0.02  per cent.     The total tonnage of ore  mined from all the mines in the province was 2,688,532 tons, and out of  ��� this   the   Granby mine   in   Phoenix  accounted  for 1,250,689  tons, with  sufficient  ore   in sight   to   supply a  similar  ore    tonnage   annually   for  the next seven years.     Accompany-  the  report  is   probably  one   of the  most complete mining maps of the  province ever  issued by the department.      It  has   a   measurement  of  35x28 inches,   and   a scale of thirty  miles to the inch.    All of the mining  division boundaries  are  outlined in  green and the accompanying legend  indicates   the roads, trails  and portages,   the    existing   railroads   and  those   in   course    of . construction,  mining  and   land-recording   offices,  Hudson Bay posts, missions, Indian  villages and other data of incalulable  value to   the   travelling mining  engineer and prospector.      We understand that the   report and map may  be obtained  gratis on application to  the provincial mining department at  Victoria.  With the object of convincing the  moneyed men of Great Britain that  British Columbia is one of the most  advantageous places in the Empire  to invest money in, the provincial  premier, Sir Richard McBride, left  for England on Tuesday. While  in London the premier will no doubt  be officially invested with the honor  conferred upon him some months  ago by the King. On his way he  is to have an interview with Premier  Borden at Ottawa on matters concerning the financial relations between B.C. and the Dominion.  i he has prepared the people of Phoe  nix a fine feast, which the officials of  the   roads    department   pi event   us  from enjoying  by   muzzling us.     At  a meeting   held a  few  days ago, it  was agreed   to await   the verdict of  a surveyor,   who was  asked to submit a report   as to  the feasibility of  a road   from J.   Mulligan's   place to  Hale.    That   report   is now  ready,  and what  is more  important, is the  fact that   by   adopting   this route, a  grade of  less   than   six   per cent is  assured to Hale where a. connection  is made   with, the   new   automobile  highway, in   all   a   distance   of four  miles.  In the   meantime  a  general complaint is   heard   as to what is styled  the needless waste of public money  now going   on in   an attempt  to renovate the old Denora road, which,  if the   other   route   is   adopted   will  be entirely discarded.      In this connection, the contention is made that  as   the work   has   been   delayed so  long, the   only   proper   thing to   do  was   to   await   the    report   of   Mr.  Wescott, which is expected on Monday   next.     Not   the   least   of   the  advantages   possessed   by   the proposed   new   route,   is   the  fact that  the   road    has    a   southern    slope,  which means  that   the highway will  be clear   of  snow   about   six weeks  before   tbe    Denoro   road    is   even  passable.      It   also   cuts   off   three  miles   of the distance  to the Forks.  DISTINCTIVE  are the feature of  The   funeral   of F.   S.   Cody, the  Anglo-American   aviator,   who   was  killed    in    an    aeroplane   accident,  took place in   the soldiers' cemetery  at Aldershot   a   few days ago.     Enormous   crowds  lined   the   route  of  the funeral  cortege.     The deceased  officer   was     among    the    cleverest!  aviators in   the British service and a ;  universal favorite among ihe soldiers j  ol" the first army corps.  As they are also the  demand of good dressers, we can supply your  Summer needs.  We are showing all  the new lapel and front  effects in the Latest  Shades    and     Fabrics.  BROWNS,  GREYS,  FAWNS,  MIXTURES,  TWO-TONES  neat,   quiet  popular   at  in all the  weaves so  present.  We. offer no selection  ���only one grade of tailoring, that's the best..  M  - AA��;AW:ti&?;A?��M ���OH  '    '-���   S'f  THE   PIONEER,   PHOENIX,   BRITISH   COLOMBIA.  , <<niergi  Hall,  King Edward Lodge  No. 36, A.F, and A.M.  Regular communication at 8  p.m.  Second Thursday of  each month,  ont nicotines as called; Masonic  MoHalo Block.  Palmer J. Cook,  ���    - W.M.  Jan. E. .Caktisk,  Secy.  I. O. O. F.  Snowshoe Lodare  No, 46  Moots every Mondaj- Evening at"  .Minors' Hall. Visiting brothren cordially invited.  Walter Ross, Noble Grand.      ,,,  Dan Paterson, Fin. Secy.  Sam MeLeod, Rec. Secy.  ".'   ;i'  :. '' .ii ts.  Concentrates  Daughters of Rebekah  ' Phoonfx Lodge No. 17  Moot" lit 'the   Minors'   Union   Lodgo  Hall First nnd Third Wednesdays.  Mw. Amy Cook, Noblo Grand.  Jim. Kllto Harnball, Soot-etnry.  A forest fire of a very threatening-  character has broken out on Valdez  island.  Although' there are eight hundred  members in the House of Lords,  only three turned up the other day  to discuss the merits and demerits  of the lnsurnnce Amendment bill,  During the stay at Vancouver  and Victoria of the battleship New  Zealand, thece were nine desertions.  A few of these, however, have surrendered to the Vancouver police.  It now seems fairly 'certain that  the end of steel this winter will be  Mile 142, where the Grand Trunk  Pacific line has to cross the Fraser.  Steel has now been laid to Mile 138.  now been-obliged to seek relief from  his uncles. He has already pawned  a number 'of very valuable gems in  London, in spite of the fact that he  receives $50,000 a year from King  George.  E. Therrier, a carpenter employed  in the Centre Star mine at Rossland,  was killed on Saturday through  falling a distance of fifty feet. He  was a new arrival, in the camp* and  had only--worked for the company  one week.  CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF PHOENIX, B.C,  Notice of Sale of Land for Unpaid Taxes in the City of Phoenix  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES  Phoenix Aerie No. 158  'Meets'in Union Hall, Friday Evenings.  . Visiting brothers are ahvayojwelcome.  '   Quitman Work, W. P.  Jambs Wbiu, W. Secy.  K. of P.  No. 28  Lodge,  Phoenix,  B.C.  *  Meets Tuesday Evening at 7.30.  Sojourning brothers cordially wel  coined.  ���<>'      '        . J. E. Carter, O. C.  *'   ''   ,    * Chas. McKay, K. of R. S.  PYTHIAN SISTERS  Mountain Temple Lodge No. 17  , Moots in Pythlnn Hall, Lower Town  Fli-st and Third Thursdays.  Mrs. Mary McKenzie)  Elizabeth Popo  M.E.O.  M.R.C.  Unless something of an unforeseen nature occurs between now  and harvest lime, the apple crop  throughout Grand Forks district  promises to be of unusual magnitude. ���  On being asked where he lived, a  little five-year-old Vancouver boy  told thc police that his home was  "up an alley where the police sometimes come to look for men with  beer bottles.". 1  Bogus $5 pieces are in circulation  on the other side. The coins)  which are considered a very danger1  ous counterfeit, contain about $3.50  worth of gold in ail alloy of copper  and silver.  The bjggest run of salmon experienced for sixteen years is now goJ-  ing on in the rivers of British Columbia. The canneries find it impossible to handle the enormous  quantity of fish being brought in. >  Ex-King Manuel of Portugal has  |    ' 1    *   ��� ** V  * m* / *,  DO  YOU'WANT. TO  mmaaBmammamaBmaauaaaammKMMmmmcraammmaajmaBBBaaa^^maammaaamamm  MAKE MORE MONEY  ^m^m^m^B^m^m^a^a^im^mm^KMBWam^laMmaaa^KaaB^ia^K^^l^la^^K^iaaMMWMM^Ka^aaa^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  "-".;.'- \    ''"*"���.<���'��� '       *>      '- .,   t -���<..:  <  .'r-"'!'r '  -,;. IN placing your.. Newspaper Advertising,  - place the greatest value on the paper with the  ��� ' r*  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 v/ith 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 yet become popular, but  the day is not far distant when this will be one  of the main features of Newspaper Advertising.  In the meantime business men, who have-faith.  in quality, are reaping huge returns..  Remember first, last, and always, that cir- '  culation 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.  The London County council has  granted an- option to the Canadian  government to acquire a plot of  ground adjoining that on which the  Australian government offices are  to be erected. The price is stated  to be $6,000,000.  The Cunard line steamer, Lusi-  tania, which has been five months  out of commission undergoing, an  overhauling, will, according to predictions, be the fastest steamship in  the world when she goes into service again sometime near the end  of this present month.  Considerable sorrow has been  occasioned in England by the death  of Colonel F. S. Cody of the British  army flying school. Tlie machine  on which he was flying with a companion, crumpled up and fell to the  ground killing them both.  Father Ohrwalder, a famous Austrian missionary, who together with  some nuns, was held in captivity  for. ten years by the Mahdi, died at  Khartoum on Saturday last. His  escape ..was engineeered by Lord  Kitchener and Major Wingate.  Miss Maude Alice Crowley, a  white woman from Union -city,  Indiana, and now a resident of .Vic-  tor/a,. was ' married '_r few weeks  ago by the Rev. Wm. Stevenson  of Emmanuel Baptist church, t to  Baboo Singh, .a Hindu. . The wedding should be a very happy one as  the Hindus-make admirable washermen.  I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, that on the 11th day of September, 1913, at,tho hour of 10 o'clock, a.m��� at the  City Hall, Phoenix, B.C., I shall sell at Public Auction, the Real Property and Improvements hereinafter set out, for  delinquent taxes in the Municipality of Phoenix, B.C., unless the arrears of taxes, interest, costs and expenses, including  the coat of advertising the said sale, be sooner paid.  Collector for the Municipality of the City of Phoenix, B.C.  Dated at Phoenix, B.C., this 7th day of August, 1918.  Name of Person Assessed  Baa-  **��'������  ����"w.    -  ftr- ���  ftfY  $��?���*' Y  ft*      /*-.-'  Wr m  IT"  .*5fet*  W'S- '-���  &$��_-���*  I  fidfe''-*  wm-A  bi^Y"' '-,  ;_��&$_)-'. s-"v .j -*�����      -w  aTaf*; i -,,."���-"',  ��89*.*W-'   V  'M-yA  fJ-J <> *  ��� .  _Kl^'tWi'.    -  ��"���-���-*   V  . ..  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.  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.  * ; tot  We use the most modern type and machinery money can buy, combined with thorough  workmanship���a combination which enables us  to do the best work at a moderate cost.  i  The PHOENIX PIONEER  $2.00 per yearr in Advance: $2.50 per year, United States  A miniature Balkan war broke  out among" the steerage, passengers  on the Cunard Jiner;"Pannbhia�� the  other day., According ' to reports,  outbreaks were of common occurrence throughout the whole twenty-  six days' trip from Trieste. The  combatants consisted of ex-volunteers of the Greek, Bulgarian, Turkish and Servian armies.  After being lost in the bush from  five o'clock at night until nine the  next morning, the four-year old  child of the Vosberg family, of  Ucluelet, ^Vancouver island, was  found by a party of searchers. The  little fellow when found was practically without clothes, having lost  the greater part of his clothing during his long ramble in the woods.  Will Crooks, the well-known  labor member of the Imperial parlia-  liament, passed through British  Columbia recently on his way to  Australia. Mr. Crooks has been  making a close study of labor conditions throughout Canada. He predicts that the labor representation  in the House of Commons will be  increased to 60 members after the  next general election.  It is stated that the French military authorities   are watching with  interest  a. series   of   extraordinary  experiments  at  Havre,   the  invention of a man named   Ulivi, which  it  is  claimed  makes it possible to  project the   ultra-violet rays  for  a  distance of fourteen miles.     By this  means,   powder  in  a  metallic box  has been exploded, and it is further  claimed that the rays are capable of  exploding  torpedoes    at  the , same  distance.  Appleby, John   Clarke, W. X   Chiuholm, R. V   Chisholra, R. V   Craig, W. H   Craddock, Bruce   Craddock, Bruce   Davis, Jeff   DaviB, Jeff   Davie, Jeff   Davis, Jeff....*... a..  Galviri & Sexton   Hood, A. S   Hallett & Shaw   Knight & Drever   Kane, M. H....'.   Kane,. M. H   Neukum, Mrs. Lizzie   McKay, J. G..- ....:   McAuliffe, G. W.���   Mclntominey, D. L._   Mclntyre, M.1.   Mclntyre, M _   Oxley & Hartman   Oxley & Hartman   Penna, Lougi..'   Patterson, W. I   Rogers, Webster   Rogers, Webster   Rogers, Webster   Rumberger, G. W ,  Gray, Sidney   Schulli, Angelo   Tufts, Mrs. Sarah (estate)..  Tufts, Mrs. Sarah (estate)  Tufts, Mrs. Sarah (estate)'  Tufts, Mrs. Sarah (estate)  Willcox, W. B   Willcox, W. B   Ledstrom, John.  Subdivision    Lot    Block  Map  No.  Ironsides  Cimeron  Cimeron  Cimeron  Cimeron 20 ft,,  Ironsides  Ironsides  Cimeron  Cimeron  Cimeron  Cimeron  Cimeron  Ironsides  Cimeron  Ironsides  Ironsides  Ironsides  Ironsides      *  Cimeron  Cimeron  Cimeron  Ironsides  Ironsides  Ironsides  Ironsides  Cimeron  Cimeron  Cimeron  Cimeron  Cimeron  Dorn. Copper  Ironsides  Ironsides  Cimeron  Cimeron  Cimeron  Cimeron  Ironsides  Ironsides  11  13  11  1   12  of 2  1  2  1  2'  7  8  17  21  19  20  8  9  21  19  9  10  9  7  9  10  6  13  3  4  10  10  7  6  21  22  13  14  2  3  Ironsides S. 60ft. 8  10  , 2  ' 6  AS  8  13  13  5  5  5  5  12  IS  8  18  17  17  19  6  7  11  4  14  15  15  1  5  7  7  5  G  18  1  5  5  12  12  16  16  2  Davis, Jeff  1100 sq. feet Cimeron Mineral  60  59  59  59  59  ,    60  00  59  59  59  59  59  60  59  60  CO  -     60  60  ���   59  69  59  60  60  60  60  59  59  69  .        59  59  113  00  00  59  59  59  69  60  60  60  Claim  Taxes' and" Costs and  Interest . Expenses       Total  $88 24  22 38  80 81  86 20  14 94  19 22  10 84  30 88  25-80  25 80  25 80  29 57  56 10  11 94  33 67  75 11  77 94  21 63  21 78  16 22  16 84  30 88  92 98  113 52  173 64  39 80  19 20  16 83  16 94  43 07  44 88  9 14  100 04  22 38  26 19  11 26  9 36  22 38  35 73  31 86  180 68  $6 40  3 12  6 04  6 30  2 76  2 96  2 85  3 55  2 30  2 30  2 30  3 48  4 80  2 7.">  3 68  5 75  5 90  3 08  3 09  2 80  2 85  3 65  6 65  7 68  10 68  3 99  ' 2 96  2 85  2 80  4 16  4 24  2 45  7 00  3 22  3 30  2 65  2 45  3 00  3 79  3 69  11 03 e  $94 (14  25 50'  ' 86 85  92 60  17 69  22 18  19 69  34 43  28 10  28 10  28 10  33 05  ��� 60 90  17 69  37 36  80 86  83 84  24 71  .24 87  19 02  19 69  34 43  99 63  121 20  184 32  ' 43 79  2.1 16  19 68  .18 74  47 22  49 12  11 59  107 04  25 60  29 49  13 80  11 81  25 38  39 62.  35 46  191 71  An Unsuccessful Treasure Hunt  Another hunt for  treasure trove  has;   collapsed,  -the 'company "for  which, was  woundup   in  London a  few days ago.    The^treasure, which  was variously estimated to be worth'  about $5,600,000,000 (mostly guesswork we are told), was supposed to  He at  the bottom of a lake in Columbia, South America, where "history" stated it  had been thrown by  the early inhabitants  during the exercise of some  religious rite.    The  Spaniards had already  made an attempt to find the prize and had succeeded  in    lowering    the  lake  for  fourteen  feet,   but   it remained for  the engineer of the English company  to accomplish  the task of emptying  the lake  of water altogether.    Unfortunately another  difficulty faced  the explorers.    The  bottom  of the  lake was found'to be covered with a  layer    of   mud   twenty-five   feet  in  thickness,   and,   to   crown   ali,   the  deposit became as hard as rock.  An  attempt  was  then   made   to  carry the  tunnel  from the  edge of  the lake to the centre, the idea being  that  the mud   would  more expeditiously be got away from that point,  but there was  never enough money  available  to finish   the project.    In  default of this, however, shafts were  sunk in the dried mud and channels  driven  through it at  various spots  and more small ornaments and precious stones  came  to light, but altogether    the' value   of these  and  ether   discoveries   was   not   much  more than $10,000, so after an outlay of $75,000 it was finally decided  to abandon the search and wind up  the company.  The Direct  L  ��-��� to-all B; C. -  Coast Points  . via the  Great Northern Railway  Vancouver, $17.85; Victoria via Seattle $17.85  New Westminster, $17.85  DIRECT CONNECTION AT SPOKANE  For additional information communicate with  W. X. PERKINS, Local Agent  RECO STEAM LAUNDRY  The machinery in our Laundry has  recently been completely over-hauled,  and we a"re now in a position to give  our patrons the utmost satisfaction in  all kinds of laundry work at the most  liberal rates.  We wash  Everything  Baby.  but  the  According to Governor  Black of  the Yukon  Territory, the  new road  from  Coffee  creek  to  Canyon city  has been completed and is available  for travellers  going into  the Shus-  hanna gold fields.     The road is 350  miles long by  the Yukon river from  White   Horse  to   coffee  creek and  115 miles by government trail from  Coffee creek to Canyon city, whence  it  is  only  sixty miles  to  the new  gold field.      Many prospectors leaving Skagway intend going over the  White    Horse-Kluane     route,   described    in    a /bulletin    issued   by  Dr. Brooks of the  U.S. geological  survey, as the best way to reach the  Sushanna.  California's Law Now Effective  Last Saturday, Aug. 9, was the  last day under the Alien Land act of  California, according to which no  Japanese either as corporations or  individuals may acquire a title to  land in that state. Individuals now  holding land may continue to do  so during their natural jives, but  may not devise it to Japanese heirs.  Corporations formed before the law  went into effect may hold land for  fifty years. The object of^ the law  is to prevent an increase in the  amount of alien holdings, and gradually break up the colonies now  existing.   �����.   The rule of the road in British  Columbia is "keep to the left." In  the State of Washington it is the  reverse.  A Trial Solicited.  Phone BO. Dominion Ave.  WOOD  First-class Fir and Tamarac Wood, $5.50 per cord  Pine Wood,  $5.00 per cord.  Fir and Tamarac, uouble cut,  per cord, $7.00.  WOOD  DELlVEREp  NOTICE.  ON   SHORT  'Phone B32  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders.      Phone A65  James G. McKeown  Smiling  Faces  greet the coming of a case of  PHOENIX BEER  WHY?  Because the Beer is so good.  and wholesome it brings the  smile.  'PHONE 23  PHOENIX BREWING GO.,  LIMITED  Two nieces of the new British  poet laureate have been engaged in  chicken farming for the past three  years at Mission city. H  Stomach Weak?  Blood Bad?  iver Lazy?  ervous?  THE   PIONEEB,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  WHY go along day  after  day suffering when aid  is at hand so convenient and  at so little cost  Dr. Pierce's Golden  Medical Discovery  h^'ZZJlr^eBnJhia fam0UB old medicine  aas   made good"-and never more so than todav  enjoying a greater sale all over the world ffi  any other doctor's preucription.    .  you SS .*nd ft?^?*18^ In H,Ju,d or tobtot form,or  gig? ^j^aaa^i^jag.^. :_____��-  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  ISSUED  WEEKLY  At P-toENix, British Columbia  Subscription, 2.00 per year  2.50 to United Stales.  G. Kay, Publisher.  who mounted his rotten throne over  the murdered body of his predecessor.  The  Queen's Hotel  COMPLETELY REFURNISHED AND REFITTED  ADVERTISING SCALE  Application for Liquor Licence (SOdayu) ..$5.00  Coitlflcato ot Improvement notice (00 days) 97.60  Application to' PurchaHo Land notices (00 darn)   $7.��0  Delinquent Co-owner notice. (IX) days) ... .910.00  Small Water Notices (30 dayu) 97.60  All other- legal' advortlHlnfr, 12 cento a lino,  slng-lo column, tor the flint lnuortion; and  8  contfl a lino for each HubHoqucnt insertion, non  paroil 'measurement.  Saturday, Aug. 16, 1913  We beg: to announce the reopening of the 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.  Nigtit and Day Service  Patrons of this hotel will find in  it all' the comforts of home.  Perfect satisfaction is assured all our guests.     It is  t the most centrally located hotel in town.  -Bar Stocked with Best Wines, Liquors, Cigars  HARTMAN&WALSH, Props.  FIRST STREET AND KNOB HILL AVENUE Jl  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;  THE  DAIRY      J_ W. Han nam, Prop.  lOne  of   the   most  unscrupulous  politicians that ever existed outside  of South  America,  has just passed  away in   the  person   of Mr. Sauer,  Minister    of    Justice    and   Native  Affairs, and, acting Minister of Railroads in   the  South  African Union.  Sauer at one time held the portfolio  of Colonial   secretary   under  Cecil  Rhodes, and  throughout his official  career  his   reputation   was said  to  be especially  odorous,   particularly  during  the   course  of an   election.  He   was one  of those  God-fearing  Boers that we often read about during   the late   war. but who  seldom  existed, except  in   thc   imagination  of the Pro-Boer sentimentalist.  One of his most flagrant violations.  of the code occurred during an  election at Vryburg. - Things were  not going well with his party, and  to make matters doubly worse, he  had received information that 400  voters were coming on a certain  train. This might have been all  right had not the wily Minister of  "Justice" received- private information that they were anything but  friendly disposed towards him. Did  the hon: gentleman elect to take  his chance? Not much. Sitting in  a government office chair and drawing a fat salary was infinitely better  than sheep farming, so he gave orders as chief of the railroads, for  the oncoming train to be delayed.  It must not arrive until -after the  close of the polls. But to the consternation of Sauer and his lieuten-  "It wil! not be surprising," says  the Monetary Times, "if the investor who has only a few thousand  dollars to put in bonds, finds it  somewhat difficult to comprehend  the large capitalization of the Canadian Coal and Coke company. The  capital, we believe, is $15,000,000,  $4,000,000 being preferred stock,  and $11,000,000 common. Is such  capital really necessary for the coal  and lumber developments proposed  by this company?"  ERVOUS. LIFELESS  DEBILITATED MEN  Flogging is   the penalty   for trafficking in   women in   Great Britain,  and since  this method  of punishing  white slavers was adopted, most of  them have fled  the country.    Now  it  has  been decided   to  apply   the  ��amc corrective in India arid all the  Crown  colonies.    According to Sir  Reginald   Craddock   of   the    India  council,   the   traffic   in minor girls  throughout   that country   is  on the  increase.     France  and  the   United  States .have  also passed  legislation  dealing with the evil,  and steps are  being taken to: bring the  matter to  the  attention" of  the  parliament of  Canada.  Proper Clothes for Men  SPECIAL ORDER SAMPLES  Are now ready for Inspection.     Make vour  choice   while   the  assortment  is   complete  Thos Brown  "Everything a Man  Wears"  The British Columbia Indians,  who were concerned in the arrest  of Spintlum and Moses Paul, have  set a notable example to the white  men of this province. They have  flatly refused to accept payment for  the assistance they afforded the  police. .In other words these chil-  . dren of the forest have risen to un-  ants the train came 'flying- into the I expected heights and declined to  station, not only with 400 hostile I soi, tf^jr hands with b|ood m0(jey  voters on board, but an additional I They consider that in acting-as.they  100 that  the  disobedient conductor did) tl}ey were on,y. performing theV  To the Duncan board of trade belongs the  credit of initiating in this  province,' a   movement   to   restrict  the holding  of land   in  British'Columbia by Asiatics.     It .was a small  beginning,- and the   near future will  show  the 'wisdom, and   indeed the  imperative  necessity for sortie such  similar action   on the part- of every  municipal and  commercial  body in  the  country.    The  city  council   of  Phoenix should lose no time in supporting  the  movement, which after  all is but an  adaptation  of the first  law of nature.  YOUNG MEN AND MIDDLE-AGED MEN.  the victtma of early Indiscretions and later es*  cosses, who are failures in life���you tiro tho  ones wo can restore to manhood and revlvo  the spark of energy and vitality. Don't glvo  up In despair because you have treated with  other doctors, used electric belts and tried  ��� various drug store nostrums. ,  Our New Method Treatment btw snatched  hundreds from the brink of despair, has restored happiness to hundreds of homes and  has made successful mon of. those who were  '���down and out." Wo prescribe specific remedies for each Individual case according to the  symptoms and complications���we. have no  patent medicines.��������� This Is one of the secrets of  our wonderful success as'our treatment cannot fail, for we prescribe remedies adapted to  each individual case. Only- curable cases accepted. We have done biuineu throughout  CmmuU for over 20 Years.  CURABLE CASES  GUARANTEED    '  .  OR NO  PAY  QCKnED Are you a victimf Have you lost  nCHUCn hope? Are you intending- to marry?  lias your blood been diseased?- Have you any  weakness? Our New Method Treatment will  cure you. What it has done for others it will  do for you. Coiuulutlon Free. No matter  who has treated you, write for an honest  opinion      Free  of  Charge.      Books   Free���    "Boyhood, Manhood. Fatherhood."  (IliustnU-  "���'  .'..���.".-���   .   .    . ed) or* Diseases of Men.  NO NAMES USED WITHOUT WTUTTEN CONSENT.   No name* on boxes or en-el-  ope*.   Everything Confidential.   Quet-on Lilt and Co��t of Treatment FREE FOR HOME  Drs.KENNEDY&KENNEDY  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griswold St.,   Detroit, Mich.  {&___���____���_�� II _flTlf* V      A11 letters n"om Canada must be addressed  l___B____r^^__l_____L________!_     to our Canadian Correspondence Depart-  WV^^ar<     ���W-B_e_______e_____i     mentin Windsor, Out.    If you desire to  see us personally call at our Medical Institute in Detroit a3 we see and treat  no patients in our Windsor offices which are for Correspondence and  Laboratory for Canadian business only.   Address all letters as follows:  PRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windsor, One.  .Write for bar private address.  >r:  HoteI Brook 1 yn  The Only First-Class and Up-To-Date  ���   Hotel in Phoenix.     New from cellar  to roof. Best Sample Rooms in the  /Boundary,   Opposite   Great   Northern  Depot.      V   v      Modern Bathrooms.  STEAM HEATED.  James Marshall, Prop.  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix, B.C.  had picked up on the road.  Cleanliness our Watchword  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. Let us  accommodate you. PHONE F 32  The Phoenix Dairy wA��� Mc��_rP*est��0���  Previous to the departure of the  battleship New Zealand from Victoria, Sir Richard McBride received  the following- telegram from the  Dominion premier, R.'L. Borden:  "My   colleagues     and     I    have  learned with  the warmest  approval  of the   magnificent   reception   that  has been accorded  to Hi's Majesty's  ship New Zealand   by  the government and the people of British Columbia.    The splendid and patriotic  action   of the   sister  Dominion   of  New   Zealand     in    providing   this  battleship for the  great and necessary  purposes    of  Imperial   defence  affords not only an  example but an  opportunity to the Canadian people.  Will  you  convey   to   the    captain, j  officers and   crew of  the New Zealand   our very   best wishes   and the  confident  hope  that  her. career and  record may accord with the highest  and noblest traditions of the British  du ty.  orming  White men please copy.  At the end  of last year there was  a balance   due to  depositors  in  the  British   Post Office   Savings  bank,  inclusive  of interest,  of $910,520,-  820, an increase of $27,930,280 over  the following year.     The maximum  sum that  can   be deposited   by any  one  person is $1000, but   if the depositor   wishes   he   can    have    the.  $1000 converted into a government  bond,   and    then go   on depositing  until the limit is reached again.  D. L. Mcelroy  SOLE AGENTS FOR PRINCETON COAL  Dealer in Lumber, Shingles, Lath  -   and Cedar Poles.     Stull Lag-g-an.  First-Class Fir & Tamarac Wood.  MOVING MACHINERY OUR SPECIALTY  If Tired of Wood, try Princeton Coal  The Central H ot el  NEAREST HOTEL. TO FAMOUS GRANBY MINES  FIRST-OL.ASS ACCOMMODATION FOR  MINERS  Bar Stocked with the Finest Line of Wines, Liquors, Cigars  A, O. Johnson  navy.  R. L. Borden.  Proprietor  ICE CREAM PARLOR  We have arranged for a continuous supply throughout the summer of the FAMOUS CURLEW  ICE CREAM. ' Special rates to parties. "Cooling*  soft drinks of varied flavor.  The Delicacy of the Summer Season���  FAMOUS CURLEW ICE CREAM-TRY ONE  "I am fully aware that what has  been done for us here has been done  I'to show the appreciation of British  Columbia for her sister Dominion,  New Zealand, in giving to the Empire the ship which we have the  honor to serve in."  Lionel Halsev, Captain.  H.M.S. New Zealand.  A   remarkable   story is published  in the August  issue  of the Century  Magazine,   in which   the  statement  is made  that during  a conversation  with the late  President McKinley, a  Canadian   election   agent,   who had  long   been   connected   with the fortunes of  the   Liberal   party, offered  for two   million   dollars, to   be paid  by the U.S. government,   to  secure  the   annexation   of Canada   to   the  republic.  BOOKS AND STATIONERY  Fancy Goods, Dolls and Toys, Kodak Films and  Supplies, Musical Instruments and Supplies, Newspapers, Magazines and Periodicals���School Sundries.  Wallpaper and Decorative Pictures  Cigars, Tobacco and Smokers' Sundries  Endless Variety of Goods Suitable for Presents.  AL. ALMSTROM  All the Latest Newspapers, Magazines  KNOB HILL AVENUE  The  craze for titles  possessed by  some women passes  all understanding.    Time was when the   heiresses  on this side of the water used to be  satisfied  with    the    strawberry-leaf  coronet  or  the   title   of count, but  now nothing   short   of  that of princess seems to be able to fill the bill.  Only   the   other  day   one   of Uncle  Sam's fair daughters took for bettor  or worse, a son  of the king of Ser-  via, a   monarch   whose   ancestors a  couple     of   generations   ago   were  nothing more than  swineherds, and  In an effort to eliminate errors,  the B.C. Telephone comp*any has  adopted a rule in its operating  department which might with profit  be adopted in the Boundary telephone exchanges. When a subscriber calls up the central in Vancouver, the operator repeats the j  number asked for. It is said that  the new rule tends towards a much)  greater efficiency.  We are now handling the Celebrated Hazelwood Creamery  Butter. This butter is conceded to be the finest on the market,  always fresh and sweet.  Hazelwood Creamery Butter, 4-Oc. per lb.  Eastern Townships Butter, "Empress Brand," 35c. per lb.;  3 lbs. Tor $1.00.  Mild Flavored Ontario Cheese, 25c. per lb.  Cold Cooked Ham, just the thing,for a Cold Lunch this  warm weather, 40c. per lb.  ������ U^r-.vv-"���'���-.*������*-i't'^^'.��� V'-'''''1 '''���>'* - *Y��"'*yV&'>*-,'*.-'**'2  SDvsryiKMry now edmit>s  Zam-Bak best tor these.  Let. St* give YOU, ease  taw} coitubrt. -  Dntfpsis and Starts everywhere  P_ BURWS & CO., LTD.  Wholesale and Retail Butchers and roduce Merchants  PHOENIX, B.C.        PHONE 2   Insurance Agent  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE ('LASS,  COMMISSIONER FOR TAKING  AFFIDAVITS  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX, B'C,  wmmAm IK.     ~
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N. J. Delchert, Prop.
PIPES, CIGARS, TOBACCOS, CIGARET;TE§
LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF CHOCOLATES, ETC.
Fresh Hazelwood Ice Cr^am
CAN BE PURCHASED BY THE GALLON OR OTHERWISE
All Kinds of Soft: Drinks Compounded on Shortest Notice.
ENGLISH BILLIARDS,  POOL,  BOWLING ALLEYS
Is*1   l"1
Mineral Act.
Form F.
CKKTJl'lUATK OF IMPROVEMENTS.
NOTICK.    '
"Jo. Joo"MIn«inl Claim. Hltuato in tho Gnuicl
Forks Mlnltifr Division of Yalo dUtriot.
Whoro loctitcd:—Welling-ton Ciimp.
TAKE NOTICE, that I, Donald J. Mathcuon,
ng-ent for Jos. J. HoshoU, Fro« Minor's Cor-
tlflwito No. Ol.7«7B, intond nlxty divys from tho
divti   horoof, to apply to tho Minlnjc Recorder
for a  Cortiflcato  of  tinpi-ovoraoriUt for tbo
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of tho
above claim.
And furtlior tako notice that action,  under
___t!oti 'S3, wunt bo comtnoncod boforo thc imuo
of such Certiflcttto of Improvement!).
Dated this _0th day of Juno, A.D. 1913.
-.      *    D. J. MATHESON, Agent.
Mineral Act.
Forni F. ■    •
KING'S HOTEL
Piningroom and
Restaurant
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Under Entirely New Management
THE   PERFECTION OP COOKING
EVERYTHING IN SEASON.
SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOURS
DAY AND NIGHT.
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.
NOTICE.
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"Floronce No. 2" Fractional Mineral Claim,
Hituato in Greenwood Mining:Division of Yale
district. ,
Whero located:—Wellington Camp.
" TAICE NOTICE that I, Donald J. Matheson,
-  agont for Jos. J. Iiaw>ott, Free Miner's Certificate No. 01,707 B.. intend GO 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.
Atid.further tako notice that action**undor
section 37, must bo commenced before the is- |
stianco of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 20th day of Juno, A.D. 1813.
-     D. J. MATHESON, Ag-ont.
OUR BILL OF FARE 18 PKRFEOT
Catering in all Branches for Parties,
Picnics, Balls and Fraternal Societies.
A trial will secure Regular Patronage
Under the Personal Management
of the Proprietor,
AL. SPRAGQINS
PUBLIC NOTICE
| TAKE NOTICE that' I intend to
apply to the Board of License Commissioners, for the City of Phoenix,
B.C., at their next sitting, for a transfer of the Liquor License held by me
for the King's Hotel, to Nick Muso
and Pete Turauo.
' ~   ' J. E. McDonald.
Dated at Phoenix,   B.C., this  12th
day of August, J913.       *     ,     •
PUBLIC NOTICE
Mineral Act
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SYLVESTER K FRACTIONAL
'< \ MINERAL CLAIM.
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^Situate in the, Greenwood Mining Divi-
f-fe' >;8ibnqf Yale District.-Where located:
V,^''- Greenwood Camp. ,'-''/.- .-• ', . .
'rTake, notice 'that-'I, D. J. Matheson,
as agent for Adolphe S. Sercu, Certificate No. 61779b, intend, sixty days from
date hereof," to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certificate of improvements for the purpose of obtaining a
Crown grant of the above claim. .. I
And further take notice that action j
TAKE -NOTICE that we 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 us. for,, the
Butte Hotel, to George Vichary and
Angelo Luciani.
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--*■      , -  NickMusa.
Dated at Phoenix, B.C., this" 1st day
ot-August, 1913.  '   ,"   , '
PUBLIC NOTICE
A. Berg is spending a few days' vacation with friends in Spokane.
P. Poulton was among the returning passengers fro/n Spokane on Saturday's train.
Lost—A pair of rimless spectacles.
Finder will oblige by returning same
to Pioneer office.   Reward.'
Mrs. P. H. Crane, who has been
paying a prolonged visit to Vancouver,
returned to town on Saturday last.
R. Elingren left for Minneapolis on
Tuesday, and expects to return in a few
weeks accompanied by the best girl
in all the world.
Geo. Jenks, who by reason of a severe attack of rheumatism has been
incapacitated from work, left on Tuesday for the . famous Halcyon Hot
Springs.
For Sale—Furnished three-roon-ed
house on Spion Kop; woodshed, chicken-house ' with chickens, well with
pump. Reasonablo price for quick sale.
Apply Pioneer office..
The drawing organized by J. Mas-
cardine, for a camera and other photographic appliances, took place on Friday in the Club rooms. Thu winner
was A. Settimo, with ticket No. 11.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Vivian, formerly of
Phoenix, are now installed at the Canadian Consolidated company's Highland mine near Aiusworth, where Mr.
Vivian has charge of the mine boarding house.
Among the interested spectators at
the hospital ball, on Wednesday, was
Pat Olune, who claims to knowjmore
of the inside working of a hospital
than any man in the Boundary. Some
years ago he made a very close study
lasting six months, of the ceiling of
a ward in the Grand Forks hospital.
Kenneth McGregor, of Nelson, representing the manufacturers of the
new Steelite powder, was a visitor in
town for a few days this week. Mr.
McGregor Informs us, that through
the courtesy of C. M. Campbell, assist-
supt. of the Granby, a demonstration
of the efficacy of Steelite will take
place at th»t mine sometime next
week. ' .
After being for all practical purposes, a closed shop for some time
past, and under new management for
a time, the Deane hotel has again
passed once more into the ,compe
tent hands of its former proprietor,
Danny Deane, who with his characteristic doggedness, announces his'd'e-
termination tb^ again place that Hotel
in the foremost-'i-ank' of Boundary
hosteleries.
Mrs. Geo. Stanfield is now an assistant to the clerk of the" weather. A few
days ago she was iu receipt of a set of
instruments for recording the'amount
of rainfall  in these parts, and in view
as everyone knows is acknowledged to
be the king pin of alldomestic felines
At at rate this is the opinion of a par
ty who visited the local hospital last
Monday, where among the patients
were three individuals who had passed
through great tribulation.   One had
been blown up with dynamite, another
was recovering steadily from a fall of
about eighty   feet  into  the  Granby
glory hole, while thc third is making
steady progress after being run over
by a wagon loaded with wood, which
must have weighed not an ounce less
than  two tons.   Occurences such as
these would lend support to the theories that the fellows around here are
either too tough to die, or the doctor
wont permit such a thing.
Tonight, Saturday,  is to. be a gala
event at tho Opera house, when the
Chicago' Vaudeville company, whose
clever performance on Wednesday and
Thursday of    this week filled every
seat in the   local Opera house,  will
again make their bow to a Phoenix
audience with an  entirely new. program.   In addition  to the  program,
a three-reel animated picture drama,
of thrilling interest, entitled "Through
the Test of Fire," will be presented,
together with an intensely amusing
film entitled "Father-in-law Furcoat."
The Chicago Vaudeville company require little recommendation from us,
their advertising medium is the thousand and odd   people, who witnessed
their efforts earlier in the week and
who no doubt will take this further
opportvnity of enjoying a further two-
and-u7half hours wholesome entertainment.     The,admission is as  before,
fifteen and twenty-five cents.
erg-go s
The Original Violet
Glycerine Soap*
Soap
TRANSPARENT AND GREEN
with the real fragrance
of Violets.
Three Cakes in 75c. Boxes
Phoenix Drug Company
'Phone 16. T. S. Quince, Manager
. Jk _r*
Phoenix Men Still Alive
The   many friends in  Phoenix of
Jos. McNeil and his brother, will Be
gratified   to  learn   that   the   report
circulated throughout the Boundary-
as to  their having  been drowned in
the Fraser,  was  unfounded.    Both
of the" brothers are now residing in
Calgary  and    have   written   letters
to friends in town.    The former explains that  they  were   both   in  the
neighborhood  of the Fraser  about
the time  of the  scow accident, and
this together with  the'fact that two
of the men drowned   possessed   almost  similar names,   no doubt lent
support to the rumor.
SILVER DEPOSIT WARE
-     We have just received a nice assortment of
Three-Piece Tea Sets, $12 and $13.50
Salts and Peppers, $1.50 to $4
PER
PAIR
A large variety of Vases, Cups and Saucers,
etc. Call and look them over; nothing nicer
for Wedding Presents.
The various portions of the Empire are gradually awakening to
their responsibilities., Even _the
Fiji islands have now come forward
with an offer ' of $10,000 annually
towards the up-keep of the navy.-, --
E. A. Black, Jeweler
SUMMER
EXCURSIONS!
Union Store
undVrYectionVmu^tTeT^^ GIVEN, that I of rainfall  in these parts; and in view
fore the issuance  of such Certificate of Board of License Co?_m1SSSer. rf the H ^ facfc fchafc the alfcifcude of Phoe
lMBMWn,mh- Ojfcy of Phoenix, forHiWei   of .h.'nix^s
(Liquor License held   by  me for the
QueenVHotel to James Walsh.
Improvements
Dated, May 30th, 1913,
D. J. Matheson, Agent.
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SYNOPSIS OF COAL
v   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
Province of British Columbia, may be
leased for a term of twenty-one years
at an annual rental of $1 an acre. 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.
Insurveyed territory the land must
be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsur-
veyed territory the tract applied for
shall be stakeJ out by the applicant
himself.
Each   application   must be  accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not
available, but not otherwise.   A royal-
:;  ty shall be paid on  the merchantable
output of the mine at the rate of five
cen Ls per ton.
The person operating the mine shall
;•: furnish the Agent with sworn returns
y accounting for the  full   quantity  of
'; nie-ehantable coal mined and pay the
loyalty thereon.   If the coal mining
rights are not being operated, such re-
j turns .should be furnished at least once
'■;; a year.
The lease will include the coal mining
- rig'tbs only, but the lessee may be per-
inn fc-id to purchase whatever available
; biir.ace rights may be considered
" necessary for the working, of the mine
; at the rate of $10.00 an acre. '
For  full    information    application
'j, should be made to the Secretary of tho
Department of the Interior, Ottawa,
or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.
•     W. W. CORY,
xt -^^u-ty Minister of the Interior.
•'■■N.B.—Unauthorized  publication  of
this advertisement will not be paid for.
R. V. Chisholm.
(Signed by his Attorney in part)
Petkb Chisholm.
Shoes that Fit!
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.©.
Church Services
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, 7.80:
Evensong, 7.30.
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 pm.:
Evening Service at 7.30 p.m. Rev.
Father Choinel, pastor.
Methodist Church — Sunday" school
and Bible class, 2.30 p.m.; evening service, 7.30 p.m. Prayer meeting, Thurs-
much greater than that of any
other town in the Dominion, an effort
should be made to induce her to apply
for the necessary instruments for
measuring the local snowfall. No record, we understand, has. ever been
made of the latter, and the two together will lie of unusual interest.
The Phoenix  City band received a
solar plexus blow on Thursday, when
Geo. Caine, its popular leader, left for
his home at Dalton,  England.    Mr.
Caine, since coming to Phoenix some
yeais ago, has closely identified himself with the work of the local Methodist church as leader of the choir, and
was always ready to place his musical
talent at the disposal of the various
entertainment committees which from
time to time were formed for the purpose of raising money for some humanitarian object.   His departure is a
distinct loss to the town.
' The men of Phoenix are a hardy
bunch, some of them appear to possess
more lives than a Cockney's cat, which
Return Rates from
Kootenay Points
TO
WINNIPEG '. .$60.00
ST. PAUL...: "... .-  60.00
CHICAGO.....    72.50
TORONTO    92.00
MONTREAL 105.00
HALIFAX 129.35
NEW YORK 108.50
BOSTON " 110.00
Correspondingly low fares to many
other Eastern Points.
On sale daily, May 28 to Sept. 30
1913.    Final return  limit, Oct. 31
1913.
Libera! stop-over privileges.
Tickets and all information may
be obtained from any CP.R. agent,
or write
J. V. MURPHY,
Dist. Passenger Agent, Nelson, B.C.
D. OXLEY,
Proprietor
Begs to announce that ha has secured the sole agency in'"Phoenix
for the Frache Bros.', well-known Nurserymen* of Grand Forks,
and will hereafter carry an assortment of
Cut Flowers, Wreathes and *" ^r^ House Plants
FINK8T LINE OF FRY8' OHOOOLATES, CANDIES, ETC
EXOELLENT LINE OF OlflARS, PIPES, TOBAOOOS
Greenwood    ^t9*g;6 JL#1_QG
Leave Phoenix, upper town, 8.45 a.m. ^
" "        lower town,   9.00 a.m. [Standard Time
Leave Greenwood 3.00 p.m. J
PROMPT ATTENTION  TO  EXPRE8S AND FREIGHT
J. FULLER, Proprietor.
Circular Tours
VIA
iners' Urtion Opera House
day evening, at 7.45 p.m
Bell,
Rev. A. T.
St. Andrew's church (Presbyterian)
—Service, Sunday next, Aug. 17th, at
7 30 p.m.   Sunday school at 2 p.m. All /
welcome.    Rev. J. R. Munro, minister '
More Popular
than Ever!
CureNervous Headache
■pi!!;
SfSPi58_!^33;K;i;-Kft •>
Every
Is Interested and should know
about the wonderful
MARVEL Whirling' Sjiray
' he now Vaginal Synnt'c. .tlcst
—Most convonlcnc   It cleanse)
Instantly,      Ask your
druggist forjt
If h  cannot suppW tin
MA <VEL accept no other,
but tend stamp lor Illustrated
: boo! —scaled. It „lvei full pjrtl •.
u!an and directions inv_Hab|9 to ladles.
WINDSOR SUPPLY CO..
; Wuutaor. Out. General Agents for Can
MATHIEU S
.NERVINE POWDERS:
Fo? Ifodndw.and Neutal_pa.
C**l«*» •* OptlM. Jf«7_«M W CtUrti
Oat p_»*»,*W «,(*»• ■_** t Ir*  fmr+tn -4D
If your dealer cannot supply you, the
_.  L.   Mathieu Co., Sherbrooke, P.Q.,
I sends box postpaid on receipt of price.
TWO PERFORMANCES NJGHTLY.
THE PEOPLE'S THEATRE WITH PEOPLE'S PRICES.
MIRROROIDE   PICTURE    SCREEN   PRODUCE®
CLEARER PICTURES, WITH  FLICKERING.
ELIMINATED.
Plays viewed with Comfort frouTany part of the house.
J£xp.srt Operator, and the Most Modem Kinetoscope in the country
SEE MONDAY'S PERKORIVANCE. FIVE REELS
AND CONNECTING LINES
f "r
Through   Spokane, Portland, Seattle, Vancouver
ViOtOria a"d -Retum-to Phoenix
f,yfcUI (or vice versa)
Via PORTLAND OTHER ROUTES
36.20
LIBERAL STOP-OVERS.    FINAL RETURN LIMIT, OCT. 3Lst, 1013
Ask any C. P. R. Agent, for further particulars.
J. E. CARTER, Agent, Phoenix
OT
>'"1
J. V. MURPHY,
District Passenger Agent, Nelson,
B.C.
IfSc. and 10c_
Try the Phoenix Pioneer for your next
"      " We make a Sp ecialty of Letter
heads,  Billheads,   Posters,   etc.
job of Printing.
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