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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Aug 23, 1913

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 W~It  aaWM  wmmm'm  i a.  m  |r: ;������  X  The largest copper mines in  the Dominion' arc situated  at Phoenix. The Granby  Co. employs 500 men, and  has a-monthly pay roll of  over $50,000, while the Rawhide pay roll is $18,000.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District  The Phoenix Pioneer is  published in the highest  municipality in Canada���  altitude, 4,800 ft. The city  has a population of 1,500,  and possesses first-class  hotels, opera house, schools  FIFTEENTH YEAR  PHOENIX, B.C., SATURDAY, AUG. 23,  1913  Scientists Visit Camp  Phoenix was included among the  very fortunate   towns   to   receive a  visit    from   that    highly   scientific  body,  the   International Geological  congress, which   recently concluded  its session ar/Toronto.    On Thursday, about noon, that portion of its  membership which had decided to  study the  geology  of this province  and a portion of the Yukon, arrived  in this  city and   spent  some  hours  examining the  immense low-grade  copper   deposits    of   this   locality.  Among the visitors were the   representatives of at least ten European  nations, in addition to those  of this  country,    the   United   States   and  Japan, although while   iii session at  Toronto, there were representatives  of 28 nations in conference.  The  special train   conveying the  delegates,    arrived    in   this   camp  a little   before   one o'clock,   and all  disembarked at   the. Rawhide mine,  afterwards making their way on foot  over the  hill,   via   the   Grey   Eagle  claim to the west side of the "glory  hole"   of the Granby   mine.     Here  the  attention  of the  scientists was  taken   up  for  some  time  and   the  party divided  into   two groups, one  of which entered the mine, and were  conducted    over   the   tunnels   and  slopes by the assistant-supt., C. M.  Campbell, and  others  of the company's staff.   The remainder elected  to   make   an   examination   of   the  geology from   the   surface   and.extended   their   inspection   to   the adjoining claims   of the   B. C.   Copper  company!   '-e.,     the   Brooklyn   and  ' Stemwinder/ ' mines.     * Lunch    was  served   in   the   dining   room   of the  Granby  hotel,   and   at   five o'clock  a number  of the  geologists   left on  their special   for  Greenwood, where  a   visit' tb"*tfie B. C.   Copper   company's smelter was included in their  itinerary.      The  others, with  O. E.  Le Roy of the Dominion Geological  Survey,   who, is - in   charge   of the  B. C.   section,   made their   way   to  Greenwood   on   foot and  made  an  examination   of  the  structure   and  mineral constitution   of that portion  of the camp en route.  While, the gentlemen of the party  were pursuing their investigations,  the ladies of the party were the  guests-of Mrs. C. M. Campbell, at  her residence near the Snowshoe  mine, and afterwards made the trip  to Greedwood in rigs. Among the  ladies invited to meet the visitors,  were Mesdames Munro, Sweetser,  Miller, Strutzel, Ritchie, Mulligan,  Carson and the Misses Kelling  and Swanson.   �� .  Number 6  DOUKHOBORS AGAIN DEFY  LAWS OP THE DOMINION  Secret Burials Taking Place-Provincial Authorities take Vigorous  Action���Woman's Body Exumed���Police Attacked by  Infuriated Mojt> of Women.  More Motor Cars For Phoenix  Ed.   A.   Black,  who recently  received the  Ford  automobile agency  for   the   Boundary   district,   was in  receipt of  his first   consignment of  cars   on   Thursday.    The shipment  consisted of two   autos,  one a four-  passenger,   and   the   other  a   runabout designed to carry two.      The  driving power of either is the same,  twenty   horsepower,   and  each   are  guaranteed  to be  able to negotiate  any and   all   of  the  roads found in  this   district.   They   were  both   in  commission a very   short time after  delivery, and allowing for everything  in the   way  of newness, seemed to  be able to meet the requirements of  the steep roads of this locality.  Geo.  Vichary,   proprietor   of   the   Butte  hotel, is   the purchaser of the four-  passenger, while it is rumored there  are several applicants for the ownership of-the other.  Mine Inspector in Buggy Mishap  While    driving    from   the   Silvc.r  King mine   to   Nelson, a _few   day>  ago,     a     team    driyen   by   James  McGregor,    government   mine   inspector,    took   fright   and   bolted.  Robert   Graham,   another   government,official,   who   was   in   the rig,-  made a   timely jump from'the vehi  cle, but- Mr.   McGregor,   who   was  occupied     in     trying    to   keep   the  horses   under   dbntrol,   was thrown  and 'sustained   injuries  to his ankle  and foot that will confine him to his  residence   for the   next   four or five  weeks.  Acting upon certain  information,  Police  Constable' Stanfield   of   the  Provincial    police,    went   down    to  Grand Forks on Thursday, where a  report was current to the effect that  a   death   had   taken   place   in    the  Doukhobor settlement,  and the remains interred without the formality,  required   by   law,   of procuring the  necessary  permit   from   the  proper  authority.      The grave having been  located,  permission to, exhume the  body   was secured,   and   the gruesome   operation   carried  out  in the  afternoon.    The   same  day,  a coroners'  jury   was   empannelled,  and  after  the viewing   of the   body   an  adjournment  was  taken until Monday, When  a verdict/guided  by the  result   of a   post   mortem  examination, was returned  to the effect that  the woman had died from an attack  of   pneumonia,   accelerated   by   insufficient  skilful  attention.     In addition to the verdict, the jury added  a rider,   "that a  medical inspection  of   the  entire , Doukhobor   colony  should   be   carried   out   once  every  month."    A vigorous prosecution of  all offenders is  now confidently predicted.  An alarming  sequel to the above,  says   our- Grand   Forks   coirespbn  dent,   occurred   on   Monday, ,whe  the   nonsense written   by irresponsible   sentimentalists   concerning   the  so-called  angelic  disposition   of the  Doukhobor,   was   rudely   dispelled.;  whose testimony as  a witness, was  regarded  as absolutely indispensable.    The party  had arrived  on the  ranch  and  were approaching  their  man,   when,  without   the  slightest  warning, the   women of the colony,  to the number of about eighty, left  their   work   in the   fields   and  surrounded   the  police   officials, striking  them   with   their potato   hoes,  pitchforks and even fenceposts. The  fury  of the   women   was indescribable and  but for the   fact that both  of the  officers  are  cool-headed and  powerful men, the affair might have  had  a  miich more  serious ending.  At times the officars were unable  to  see, owing to some of the Amazons  blindfolding  them.    This  appeared  to be one  of their  favorite  tactics,  and   it   was  upon   such   occasions  when   the   officers'   vision   was  ob-  structed, that the rain   of blows and  punches were the heaviest and most  severe.      Only    one    man   of   the  Douks  took an active   part   in the  melee,   the   male   members   of   the  colony  to  the   number   of fifty  or  sixty    standing    a   short   distance  away,   cheering,   shouting and   encouraging the infuriated viragos   to  further deeds  of unlawful  violence  i  New Grocery Store Opens  To keep abreast of the times,  and to show that the spirit of en^  terprize is still alive in our ci  Messrs. Chas. McKay and C  H. Knight have opened up a^  retail grocery and provision m  on Knob Hill avenue. Both  new proprietors are well kno  Phoenix, Mr. McKay having  actively connected with the dairying  firm of McKay and Sons since the  inception of that firm six years ago.  Mr. Knight has already a thorough  knowledge of the business he has  embarked in, having acquired considerable experience in England as  well as a knowledge of local wants  gained as an employee of some  years' standing with the Morrin-  Thompson company of this town.  The new firm has made arrangements with the principal wholesale  houses on the coast for a continuous  supply of only high-class stock. The  store was opened yesterday with a  very choice selection of goods, and  if the amount of business done is  any criterion of the future, the  ultimate success of this young firm  is well assured. Their motto is  "Purity and Efficiency;" McKay  and Knight will make daily deliveries  on    all   orders   entrusted   to  them.  ���. ��� _ .*.   Mystery Successfully Cleared Up  Armed with a warrant on Friday  of last week, authorizing him to  search the premises of orie, H. R.  Humphries,   proprietor   of   a shoe-  ^t'ifhei-Phoenix  V>. -.If  . ,. ... ,1 repairing     establishment.      Special  i-(One   woman   was  evidently   armed 1 ~_ T       . -  ^.        ...  1 ��� . _,    '. . ,| Officer   Lemieux of  the   city police,  rrl tor serious business.     The driver oil   , .        _ ._ ....  cleared up. the  mystery surrounding  the disappearance   a   few   days pre<  Cases  lice court' on  ^dnesday, ^Louis^flaffo, hailing  from EhoIrA^Nwas ^charged before  the Iocal-.^adi, witfPme dual offence  of beiqg' inebria^ed/and disorderly.  Constable S^'nnefa heard him from  some blocks away,  to sundry war whoops  rwisa conducting himself in  a manner distinctly unbecoming and  quite unworthy of a gentleman from  Eholt. In answer to enquiries by  the court as to the why and wherefore of his demonstration, he meekly  informed the presence that he only  intended to honor the town with a  few hours' visit. He had arrived  for the sole purpose, of depositing  money in the bank. He was then  ordered to make a further deposit  of 20 plunks or go to the bastille  for thirty days. Mr. Caffo promptly paid the required ransom.  Two residents of Eholt figured in  the  Greenwood   police   court   this  week.  One was Jean Voisin, a shoemaker.    Jean is on the list of those  to   whom  the   smell   of an  empty  rum    bottle    is   considered   highly  dangerous.     He is an interdict, and  was charged   with   being under the  influence of something more potent  than   the  smell, while  still   on  the  rolls.      W.   Wood,  who   presided,  fined  him   twenty   dollars   and the  costs of the court.  The other erring  one  was   Alex.   Ritchie,   who  was  fined five and   costs for being disorderly and unmistakably drunk.  Provincial   Constable   Stanfield   prosecuted in both cases.  the auto saw her rush upon Constable Stanfield from behind, and  had it not been for the former's  warning -shout,    the   officer   would  ,An eye witness of the affair, humoc�� have received injuries the  ously remarked that if Mrs. Pank-lofwhich could"rfot be exag^  hurst   only   knew   of  it, she   would J This  particular specimen   ofDouk  viously of a quantity of clothes  from a local clothes line. The  missing goods  were discovered  by  Ore Tonnages  Following are the returns of the  output of tbe Granby mines and  smelter for week ending Aug, 17:  the officer, concealed under a pile ofl Granby.... ...... 20,765    804,220  straw at ~ihe   back   of the'shop.  ��� Aj       -      ~ smelter tqainages ,  .       ���,���,.��� ������        - ,.       ,u    i-��     i  /1    u      *-     '��� '���  �����       - ,'j  j i few   hours later,   the   accused   was   Granby ..23,4iO     763,247  lose little time in  making-the Douk ihobor femininity wielded   a  weapon /, .    ,       '       . '  ,     ��� ���      r-       j ���*���      /   u   \\   '   c    ., \r /.brought   before   Police   Magistrate,,  colonies in    Canada    a    recruiting/ about two feet long, a   sort of cross/j. Mulligan,   charged wit  i.L  Fred Johnson, a Swedish resident  The  Big-Store  _ ,, ... ���c���.    a��� ...th   being in  ground  for    the   suffragette    body-1 between a  Cuban  macbette and the / illegal possession,   and sentenced to,  sword commonly supposed to have/ pay a fine of $100, or the alternative/ of Rossland for the past fifteen  been used with telling effect by of three months' imprisonment with/years, was found hanging to a tree  Bluebeard - hard labor.     The fine was paid. j near Nortbport, on Sunday last  Fancy Imported!  French Peas  THREE CANS FOR 50c  Fancy Imported  French Beans  THREE CANS FOR 50c  SEE OUR GROCERY WINDOW  guard. They were much superior  in fighting ability to the average  London dock laborer.  The facts are as follows: In the  course of gathering evidence to  assist them in prosecuting the  case, Constable Stanfield, accompanied by Ab. Savage, chief of  police of Grand Forks, journeyed by  motor car to that part of the Doukhobor settlement, situated on the  old Tweedle ranch. Their intention  was   to   bring    in    a  certain   man,  The attack was a positive surprise  to, the officers, and indeed is the  sensation of the hour here, where  all have been led to believe that the  Doukhobor religion forbids even  such a thing as the killing of a  worm. The attention of people  here is now turned to Victoria and  much interest is evinced at the next  possible move of the authorities.  Funeral of G. N. R. Employe  All efforts to locate the relatives  of the late Al. Nelson, the Great  Northern bridge carpenter, who  met his death on Friday of last  week, in an accident while at work  on the big local trestle bridge, have  proved unavailing. All that can be  learned -of him is that his father  -was a resident of Knox, North  Dakota, where he died a few years  ago. Another clue followed with  poor result was that' of a returned  letter, addressed to the deceased's  sister, Mrs. Pete Tilden, at Ross  creek, near Edmonton. The deferred funeral took place on Tuesday, from the local undertaking  parlor, a number of the unfortunate  man's fellow employees following  the casket to the cemetery. Owing  to a regretable misunderstanding,  no ninister was present at the interment, but R. K. McCammon of the  Presbyterian church management  board, reverently conducted a short  service at the graveside.  Card of Thanks  Through the medium of the  Pioneer, I wish to express on behalf of my wife and self, our gratitude and thanks to the many friends  for their kind sympathy expressed  in so many ways on the occasion of  the death of our infant daughter.  Thos. Roisekts.   ���  Phoenix, B.C., Aug. 23.  Phoenix Still Has Cup In Sight  After a stubborn ninety minutes'  play, at Greenwood, on Wednesday,  the opposing teams, representing  this city and Greenwood, were obliged to call the game a drawn  battle. In spite of every effort,  which included some fine play,  neither team were able to score a  single goal. The local fans are  now more confident than ever of  the Jackson cup coming to Phoenix,  and taking into account the splendid  form shown by the local eleven  in the other matches, it must be  admitted that they have something  on which to base their expectations.  The   following   are    thi   results   ot  former games in the league:  Pliiyud Won   Lost Di'n I'ts  Phoenix         5      3       0    2      8  Mother Lode 4 2 II 5  Greenwood . 4 1 2 13  Rawhide ...        30       300  DISTINCTIVE/  are the feature of  The bond required for the relea <e i  of Chas. Biesel, was fixed at $10,000. I  The Recreation Ground  Notwithstanding the dual drawback of weather and knockers, the  work in connection with the laying  out of a public recreation field is  making excellent progress. So well  has the work progressed, that it  is somewhat difficult to recognize  in the present level stretch, the uneven piece of ground of a few weeks  ago. A big inroad is also being  made into the old Idaho waste  clump, the rock from which now  conies in very handy for use as a  foundation.  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  in all the neat, quiet  weaves so popular at  present.  We offer no selection  ���only one grade of tailoring, that's the best. 7  ���u_  TJffE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLOMBIA.  MHK^  King Edward Lodge  No. 36, A.F. and A.M.  Regular communication at 8  p.m.   Second Thursday of  each month.  .Emergent meetings as called: Masonic  Half, McHale Block.  Jas. E. Cahthb,  Secy.  Palmeb J.  Cook,  W.M.  I. O. O. F.  Snowshoe Lodge  No. 46  Meets every Monday Evening at  Miners' Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  Walter Ross, Noble Grand.  Dan Paterson, Pin. Seey.  Sam McLeod, Rec. Seey,  Daughters of Robekah  Phoenix Lodge No. 17  Meets In   tho   Minors'   Union   Lodge  Hall First nnd Third Wednesdays.  Mrs. Amy Cook, Noblo Grand.  Mrn. Kflle Marshall. Secretary.  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES  Phoenix Aerie No. 158  Meets in Union Hall, Friday Evenings.  Visiting brothers are always welcome.  Quitman Wornc, W. P.  James Wexb, W. Secy.  K. of P. Lodge,  No. 28  Phoenix,  B.C.  -���Meets Tuesday Evening at 7.30.  Sojourning brothers cordially wel  corned.  J. E. Carter, C. 0.  Cjias. McKay, K. ofR.S.  PYTHIAN SISTERS  Mountain Temple Lodge No. 17  Meets in Pythian JIall, Lower Town  First and Third Thursdays.  Elizabeth Pope Mrs. Mary McKenzie  M.E.O.  M.R.C.  Searching: for Oil and Minerals  Edmonton, Aug-. 22.���Roused by  discoveries ot rich undeveloped  mineral, asphalt, gas and oil resources in various parts of the  western provinces, scores of prospectors and experts known in many  camps throughout the United  States, Canada and Mexico, are  making exhaustive searches in the  Peace River country and other northern districts. Central and Southern Alberta are also being prospected as never before.  The Dominion and Provincial  governments have their experts in  the field, and even some of the  northern Indians and half-breeds,  who usually confine their operations  to trapping furs, which is no mean  industry when it is recalled that  pure black fox whelps bring as high  as $10,000 a pair in this and outside  markets, are out with the drill and  prospecting pan, exploring the canyons and river beds.  Thousands  of tons of provisions  and    supplies,     including   mining,  drilling-  and   sawmill   outfits,   have  been shipped from Edmonton to the  outposts   of civilization   during   the  last   ninety days,   and   much   more  equipment will go   forward by river  scows  and   pack   trains   before the  close   of   the    season.      Seventeen  parties are prospecting in the Canadian   Rockies,   west  of  Edmonton,  but most of the work  at present is  being   carried   on   in   the    northern  territory.  William Gordon, a pioneer of the  Fort McMurray district, said in  Edmonton recently, that prominent  English and American financial  houses are backing several of the j  prospecting parties.  Concentrates  Try a want ad. in the Pioneer.  ;'l   '-  DO   YOU  WANT TO  \  MAKE MOrfE MONEY  IN placing- your Newspaper Advertising-,  place the greatest value on the paper with the  greatest influence on its readers. ~"  m  Use the medium that is watched for every  week by the people of your community.  Spend  the money with  the paper that is  read with interest.     It  reaches the people and  "you know that you're getting- into the homes of  the people you want to reach.  Quality  has not 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.  m  Remember first, last, and always, that circulation counts; that quality of service gives  quality in returns. The high priced medium  pays. Like the high priced servant, you. will  find money well expended.  m  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.  TH  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.  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.  The fourth cruiser squadron is  to take up its station at Bermuda  about September 1st.  The mayor of Calgary has re���  ceived two unsolicited offers to loan  money to that city. One tender of  a million dollars came from .England, while another tender for a  similar ��� amount came from New  York.  Hon. Sam Hughes, the Dominion  minister of defence, has notified  Lieut.-Colonel Leckie of the 72nd.  Vancouver Highlanders, of his appointment as one "of the party of  officers who are to witness the  autumn manoeuvres of the British  army under the command of Field-  Marshal Lord Kitchener.  Sidney Billingham, the well-  known Vancouver newspaperman,  has , been commissioned by the  Saturday Sunset to make a tour of  the northern interior of the province  from Prince Rupert along the line  of the G.T.P., with the object of recording his impressions in a number  of articles to appear in the above-  mentioned paper.  Before sailing for  Canada, a few  days  ago,    Sir   Edmund    Walker,  president of the   Canadian   Bank of  Commerce,   said   that the financial  position  generally   was   easier, and  there   was   a growing   renewal   of|  confidence in Canadian investments.  Sir John   Courtis and   others, who  desire to encourage   the investment  of Welsh   capital, in the Dominion,  were also among the passengers on  the Royal George.  T. W. Sheffield, formerly indus-  ' trial commissioner at Regina, is  formulating a scheme by which harvesters for the Canadian west could  be brought out from Great Britain.  The scheme is to have the provincial  government bring the men out under its own supervision, paying  their transportation and making the  farmer who employs a man, responsible for repaying his fare to the  government. Their term in Canada would be four months.  William James Brown, an immigrant from the old country, arrived  a few days ago at Montreal, on his  way to Alberta to make the acquaintance of his father, whom he has  never seen. Bill, who is just a few  days over three months' old, lost  his mother the day he was ushered  into the world, and is the youngest  immigrant to cross the Atlantic to  Canada unattended. He was a  great favorite among the lady passengers and nurses on the Allan  liner, Corsican.  A statistical report issued by the  Dominion Immigration department,  gives some interesting figures as to  the nationality and distribution of  the 2,521,144 immigrants who have  come to Canada during the thirteen fiscal years ending with March  31. Eastern Canada got nearly  half, or 1,110,461 of these, as compared with 1,410,683, who went to  the prairie provinces and to British  Columbia. Ontario took the biggest  share, the total reported as settling  in that province being 626,924.  COLORATION OF THE CITY OF PHOENIX, EC.  Notic^'if SaS��."of Land for Unpaid Taxes In the City of Phoenix  I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, that on the ilth day of September, 1913, at the hour of 10 o'clock, a.m., at the  City Hail, 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 arid expenses, including  the cost of advertising the said sale, be sooner paid.      ��� .       h>rtt_Y  Collector for the Municipality of the City of Phoenix, B.C.  Dated at Phoenix, B.C., this 7th day of August, 1913.  Name of Person Assessed  Appleby, John   Ironsides  Clarke, W.X.   Cimeron  Chisholm, R.V.. ...J..::...........:.. :.���...���...:' Cimeron  Chisholm, R. V..-.. ...:..:.....  Cimeron  Craig, W. H. .....  Craddock, Bruce  Craddock, Bruce  Davis, Jeff...........  Davis, Jeff :....  Davis, Jeff   Davis, Jeff ..[Cimeron  Galvin & Sexton '..   Cimeron  Subdivision    Lot    Block  Map  No.  11  13  11  12  Cimeron 20ft. of  Ironsides  Ironsides  Cimeron  Cimeron  Cimeron  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.   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   Davis, Jeff   Ironsides  Cimeron  Ironsides  Ironsides  Ironsides  Ironsides  Cimeron  Cimeron  Cimeron  Ironsides  Ironsides  Ironsides  Ironsides  Cimeron  Cimeron  Cimeron  Cimeron  Cimeron  Dom. Copper  Ironsides  Ironsides  Cimeron  Cimeron  Cimeron  Cimeron  Ironsides  Ironsides  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   ;  f  6  21  22  13  14  2  3  Ironsides S. 50ft. 8  10  2  5  5  8  13  13  6  5  5  5  12  18  8  18  17  17  19  6  7  11  4  14  15  15  1  5  7  7  5  G  13  1  5  5  12  12  16  16  2  60  59  59  59  59  60  60  59  69  59  59  59  60  69  GO  60  GO  60  59  59  59  60  60  60  60  59  59  59  59  59  113  00  00  59  69  59  59  60  60  60  Taxes and  Interest  Costs and  Expenses.  Total  100 sq. feet Cimeron Mineral Claim  $88 24  22 88  80 81  86 20  14 94  19 22  10 84  30 88  25 80  25 80  25 80  29 57  56 10  14 94  33 67  75 11  77 94  21 63  21 78  16 22  16 84  30 88  92 98  113 52  173 64  30 80  19 20  16 83  15 94  43 07  44 88  9 14  100 04  22 38  26 19  11 25  9 36  22 38  35 73  31 86  180 68  $6 40  3 12  6 04  6 30  276  2 96  2 85  3 56  ,2 30  2 30  2 30  3 48  4 80  2 7">  3 68  5 75  VW  '������������'������.B'm-  3 OS  2 80  2 85  3 55  6 65  ' 7 68  10 68  3 99  2 96  2 85  2 80  4 15  4 24  . 2 45  7 00  3 22  3 30  2 55  2 45  3 00  3 79  3 59  11 03  $94 64  25. 50  86 85  92 50  17 69  22 18  19 69  34 43  28 10  28 10  28 10  33 05  60 90  17 69  37 35  ' SO 86  83 84  24 71  24 87  19 02  19 69  34 43  99 63  121 20  184 32  43 79  22 16  19 68  ' 18 74  47 22  49 12  11 59  107 04  25 60  29 49  13 80  11 81  25 38  39 52  35 45  191 71  The PHOENIX PIONE  $2.00per year, in Advance: $2.50 per year, United States  1-tO    J    1 !  I'   I   ^ < ������  More Buffalo Herds Found  Three distinct herds of wild buffalo have been  located west of the  Slave river, on the extreme northern  boundary  of Alberta,   says an Edmonton correspondent.      The herds  were  located by  a party  of timber  cruisers under the direction of A. J.  Bell,    government    agent  at   Fort  Smith,   sent   out by  the  Dominion  Forestry department.    Pierre Squirrel,   chief   of  a  tribe  of Northern  Indians, who was  the guide to the  party, estimates there are fully 200  animals in  the  herds.    The buffalo  resemble the American bison, from  which   they  descended,   but life in  the   hilly  regions  has"   made   them  more agile and fleeter of foot.  They  travel   in   twos   and   threes  In   the  summer,   herding  together   in    the  winter  for protection  against   their  natural enemy, the timber wolf.     It  is announced here that the govern  ment will   take immediate steps  to  prevent   the   extermination   of   the  herds by hunters and further protect  the animals  by  increasing  the wolf  bounty.     Harry V. Radford, e.n explorer,   discovered   another  herd in  the north two years ago.  U.S. Judge Compliments B.C.  "History does not tell of a better  investment than you 400,000 people  of British Columbih have made by  spending sixteen million dollars in  three years on the roads of your  province," said Judge J. T. Ronald  of Seattle the other day in an address to the Vancouver Progress  club.  Previously, says the Vancouver  World, the visitor had kept his  audience interested in figures dealing with construction and value of  good roads. To emphasize the  value and importance of good roads  he said that in the United States  certain counties selected at random  had lost a population of 73,000 because of the lack of good roads,  and that others in which good roads  had been constructed had gained a  population of 738,000.  Judge Ronald   quoted  figures to  prove his contention that good roads  were essential to a country's pros  perity, and he  quoted more figures  to show  that   bad   roads   caused a  tremendous annual loss.     He spoke  too, and feelingly,  of the good relations   always    exisitent   between  the people of this province and their  friends in the State of Washington.  '���If I   had  all  the* money lost in  the United States each year for ten  years  because  of bad   roads," said  the judge,   "I could  pay off the interest on the national debt, build a  Panama canal,  build three magnificent roads, east and west across the  continent,    do    much   other   good  work   and  still  have $100,000,000  left."  Someone  laughed  in  doubt,  but  the judge followed up his statement  with figures and easily demonstrated  the truth of this argument.  In substantiating the statement,  the speaker stated that the average  cost per ton per mile, of hauling  farm produce an average distance  of nine, miles to a railway depot  over- poor roads in the United States  is $2.07. This computed from figures collected over a period of ten  years by the United States Bureau  of Good Roads, figures out at 23  cents per ton per mile. The loss on  bad roads, says the judge, is $1.55  per ton   for every ton  hauled in the  last ten years over bad roads.   ��   Owing to the surplus of bartenders in Vancouver, no more  licenses for that profession are to  be granted for some time.  The Direct  to all B. C.  Coast Points  via the  Great Northern Railway  Vancouver, $17.85; Victoria via tattle $17.85  ^%m1l^w^^iy%\Tath  DIRECT CONNECTION AT SPOKANE  For additional information communicate with  W. X. PERKINS, Local A^ent  L  REC0 STEM LAUNDRY  The machinery in our Laundry has  recently been completely over-hauled,  and we are now in a position to give  our patrons the utmost satisfaction in  all kinds of laundry work at the most  liberal rates.  We wash  Everything   but  the  Baby.  A Trial Solicited.  Phone ISO.   Dominion Ave.  WOOD  First-class Fir and Tam-  arac Wood, $5.50 per cord  Pine Wond,   $5.00 per cord.  eofj^m  Smiling  Fir and Tamarac, uouble cut,  per cord, $7.00.  WOOD  DELIVERED  ON   SHORT  NOTIOE. 'Phone B32  greet the coming- of a case of  PHCENIX BEER  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders.      Phone A65  James G, McKeown  WHY?  Because the Beer is  and wholesome it brings the  so good  smii  'PHONE 23  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  LIMITED  Two nieces of the new British  poet laureate ha/e been engaged in  chicken farming for the past three  years at Mission city. njw  THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  A WOMAN'S PROBLEM  ��� Si *_? ,^kln.?;"gl!V,J * won��? 0'tep ��oe�� wrinkles, hollow circles under eyes,  'aZSTIm?!?. *i' boc"useshedid not turn to the right remedy when worn  down with those trpublea which are distinctly feminine. Backache, headache,  ��? -iiSf-tei*' ne,rr.��.U8nJ8H ��ld drains upon vltollty-bring untold suffering  ^m.^?^-^ and.th,e *��!��� ��how|, it The nervous system nnd the entiro  womanly make-up feels the tonlo effect of  tiuS&f- f*d ^ubducB ne^ous excitability, Irritability, nervous exhaustion, and  other distressing symptoms commonly attendant upon functional and organic  diseases of the feminine organs, ft induces refreshing sleep and relieves  mental anxiety and despondency. Known everywhere and for over 40 years  ���wthe standard remedy for the diseases of women. Your dealer In medicines  sells it in liquid or sugar-coated tablet form; or you can send 60 one-cent  iteB??aJ0D<*tria,Tbox..0/P5 Pie��e'B,Favorite Prescription tablets. Address  Dr. R. V. Pierce, Invalids'Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N.Y.  DR. PIERCE'S PLEASANT PELLETS REGULATE AND INVIGORATE  STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS. SUGAR-COATED TINY GRANULES.  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  ;    issued weekly  at Phoenix, British Columbia'  Subscription, 2.00 per year  2.50 to United States.  G. Kay, Publisher.  The  Queen's Hotel  COMPLETELY REFURNI8HED AUO REFITTED  ^  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.  Night and Day Service  Patrons of this hotel will  find in  it all the comforts of home.  Perfect satisfaction is assured all our guests.     It Ls  the most centrally located hotel in town.  Bar Stocked with Best Wines, Liquors, Cigars  ADVERTISING SCALE  Application for Liquor Licenco (30 days) .. ?5.0O  Oortiflcato of Improvement notice (00day8)$7.C0  Application to Purchase Land notices (60 day*)  '������������ ."....,..,.,...J7.M  Delinquent Co-owner notices (90 days) ....(10.00  Small Water Notices (30 dayn)  $7.fio  All other legal odvortlHlng, 12 cents a lino,  single column, for the first insortion; and 8  cents a lino for each subsequent iimortlon, non-  paroll meoHuremont.  Saturday, Aug. 23, 1913  HARTMAN & WALSH, Props.  FIRST STREET AND KNOB HILL AVENUE  ur 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.  I  THE DAIRY     J. W. Hannam, Prop.  SPECIAL ORDER SAMPLES  FOR FALL  Are^now ready for Inspection.     Make vour    ,;  choice   while  the  assortment  is   complete  Thos Brown  "Everything1 a Man  Wears"  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  W. A. McKay & Sons  Proprietors  The Central Hotel  NEAREST HOTEL TO FAMOUS GRANBY MINES  FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION FOR  MINERS  Bar Stocked with the Finest Line of Wines, Liquors, Cigars  A. .O Johnson  Proprietor  iCE CREAIV8 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 OWE  British Columbia's Problems  Geographically as well as politically the province of British Columbia occupies about the same relation to its federal government as  does the state of California to  Washington. Its problems are identical with those of California and  as in the case of that State, its attempts to legislate for its own  happiness and ultimate safety have  all been cold-shouldered and turned  down. The tide, however, so long  against the people of the Pacific  coast, now" shows unmistakable  signs of turning. California, back  ed by its central government, has  struck the first blow. It is now the  turn of British Columbia, or rather  Canada. Hitherto we have had no  support from the people of the  Eastern" provinces, but we are glad  to learn, thanks to our friends on  the other side, that the vital question of the day in this province has  actually been included in the subjects  under discussion in the cabinet  council room at Otttawa. According to the Ottawa Citizen, which  is particularly well informed, "British Columbia and its problems are  giving Ottawa considerable trouble  and not a little anxiety these days.  "The strike of the coal miners  engaged the best attention of the  department of labor all summer,  and made necessary or desirable  a trip to the coast and the scene of  the trouble by the Hon. - T. W.  Crothers.  "Three weeks ago the arrival at  the coast of Japanese junks, with  Japanese who were intent upon  evading the immigration laws, gave  rise to considerable concern, which  has been accentuated in no small  degree by the apparently accurate  report that two Japanese officials,  as envoys of the mikado's government, are now on the coast studying  conditions and taking into account  British Columbia sentiment with  regard to the Asiatic, immigration  "The Oriental problem presents  itself into an equally important and  scarcely less disturbing light, with  the action of the Hindus of British  Columbia who are preparing to  drive a coach and six through the  immigration laws by chartering a  direct steamship service.  "The latter phase of the Asiatic  question is now engaging the close  attention of the government, and  taken altogether, the Dominion  government is giving closer attention at present to the Pacific coast  and its many problems than ever in  the past."  dozen others of his clan and deport  them to the  land from whence they  came���Russia.      They are not British subjects.    Since coming to Canada   they    have   acted    the    part  of spoiled   children,   and   in   this it  must be  admitted  they  have  been  abetted  by  the  successive  Laurier  administrations,    which   for   years  past    have  deliberately   winked   at  their  wholesale   infractions  of the  law   while they   were  domiciled   in  the Northwest.     One   objection  to  deportation, we  understand, lies in  the fact that the law at present does  not  permit  of a   person   being   expelled from Canada who has resided  in the country for two years.     But  as we   have  a   parliament, there  is  such a thing  as   amending   the law  to suit  the   exigencies   of the case.  Our  contemporary  also  says   that  the jails   of   this   province   would  be insufficient to accommodate the  thousands of martyrs.    This  is  unfortunately too true.      But if deportation   in   lieu   of   imprisonment  is  adopted,   the   number of  "Douks"  looking for a martyr's crown will be  reduced to a minimum.  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      Modern Bathrooms.  STEAM HEATED.  James Marshall, Prop.  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix, B.C.  Permits for Itinerant Pedlars  Phoenix and other Boundary cities  might with  advantage   take  a leaf  from Cranbrook's  book  in the matter of exercising some control over  the many itinerant peddlars (beggars  woutd be a more correct definition),  that regularly make this part of the  country a  scene for their activities.  There  can   be   no  doubt  but   that  many of this   class of visitors are in  the   highest    degree   deserving   of  more   than  passing   sympathy,   but  on the  other hand,  quite a percentage among  those   that   have come  under our observation require some  investigation   on    the   part   of the  police.     The   authorities    of   Cranbrook  recognise this,   and  protects  its   citizens from   imposition  by "requiring   all   beggars   to   furnish  an I  account   of themselves   to   the chief'  of police, who;   if he   considers the  case  bona   fide,   is  empowered   to  grant  the.1 mendicant  a   permit   to  canvas the city. A closer supervision  at  the   international   boundary  line  also seems to be in order.  d. l. Mcelroy  SOLE AGENTS FOR PRINCETON COAL  Dealer in Lumber, Shingles, Lath  and Cedar Poles.     Stull Laggan.  ^First-Class Fir & Tamarac Wood.  MOVING MACHINERY OUR SPECIALTY  I If Tired of Wood, try Princeton Coal  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  1  KNOB HILL AVENUE  Our Troublesome Neighbors  Our  friends,    the   Grand    Forks  Doukhobors,    the   chosen     of   the  Lord, are again   in   the  public eye,  or rather  nostrils,  and   once   more  the   matter   of dealing   with   their  pig-headed   and impudent disregard  of our  vital   laws has   engaged  the  the  attention of a court of justice.  Liberal   organs,   (it   was  a Liberal  government  that brought them in),  profess   to  see  in   the   "Douks" a  serious problem for the government  to solve.     One contemporary suggests that   "Czar Peter"  should be  allowed  a  close   acquaintance with  the   inside  working of a  Canadian  jail.     But why should the taxpayers  of this  province   be   burdened with  the   continuous  upkeep  of a string  of recalcitrant Doukhobors, for this  much is  certain, Peter  the Great of  Doukhobordom will   not be alone in  jail.     He   will   have   dozens  of I is  tribe accompanying  him.     Perhaps  a more  effective   remedy would  be  to collar the' wily Pete with about a  Ferhand   Labori,   chief lawyer of  the Paris bar, in   a speech the other  day   before   the   Canadian   Club   of  Vancouver,'  declared   that   the  late  King Edward was  the best Frenchman born outside  of the  borders of  Prance.      This is almost as good as  the     reply     of    Ambassador   Jos.  Choate,   the   American    representative   to    England,    who    on    being  asked what   position  he would   like  to occupy   if he   had   his   life   to go  over again,   replied that no position  would  suit   him so   well   as that of  being his wife's second husband.  BUTTHR SPECIALS  We are now handling the Celebrated HazeUvood Creamery  Butter. This butter is conceded to be the finest on the market,  always fresh and sweet.  Hazelwood Creamery Butter, 40c. per lb.  Eastern Townships Butter, "Empress Brand," 35c. per lb.;  3 lbs. Tor SI.OO.  Mild Flavored Ontario Cheese, 25c. per lb.  Cold Cooked Ham, just the thing- for a Cold Lunch   this  warm weather, 40c. per lb.  P. BURNS & CO., LTD.  Wholesale and Retail Butchers and roduce Merchants  PHOENIX, B. C.        PHONE 2  The London Daily Telegraph recently advocated the stationing of a  fleet of cruisers at Esquimault. But  the Telegraph omits to say what  the said cruisers would look like after a single first-class Japanese dreadnought had been pounding, them for  twenty miuutes. If we are to have  a fleet at Esquimault it must be of  such size and power to withstand  let us say for illustration, half the  navy of Nippon. Isolated units are  of no use either at Victoria or anywhere else, except in the case of  carnivals.  Professor A. M. Goldstein, "a  special agent of the Russian government, is in Canada, making a study  among other things, of the condition of the Russian settlers in  western Canada. It is to be hoped  that his nibs, who is probably some  Muscovite police official, will find  his former fellow subjects as happy  and contented as they were in the  dear old land, under the beneficent  care of the kind little father and hisl  lamb-like Cossacks.  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.  E. A. Black, Jeweler  The Phoenix Club  IM. J. Deichert, Prop.  $s the $>est�� remedy  known for sunburn,  heat* rashes, eczema.  sore feefe, stings ana  blisters*   A sMn food!  All HmoaltU and Store*.���60c-  PIPES, CIGARS, TOBACCOS, CIGARETTES  LA11GI.0 AND   VAKIKI)   ASSOI.'TMKNT   OK  CIIOCOLATKS.  ETC.  Fresh HazeSwoocS Ice Cream  I  CAN BE PURCHASED BY THE GALLON OR OTHERWISE  All Kinds of Soft Drinks Compounded on Shortest Notice.  ENGLISH  BILLIARDS,   POOL,   BOWLIIMG ALLEYS  Insurance A_ent  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE GLASS,  COMMISSIONER FOR T \ K1NG  AFFIDAVITS  FIRE,  LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX, B-C,  ESM THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Phone 56  P, O. Box 309  GRAND OPENING  Friday, August 22nd, 1913  McKAY & KNIGHT  Grocers and Provision Merchants  (Next Door to Drug Store) ~~  Local and General  STORE HOURS-  WEDNESDAY-  SATURDAY-  -8 a.m. to 6 p.m.  -8 a.m. to 12 noon.  -8 a.m. to 10 p.m.  Service and Satisfaction���Our Specialty  THE FINEST GOODS AT THE LOWEST OF PRICES  A TRIAL SOLICITED.  Mineral Act.  Form F.  OKRTIFIOATK OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  "JooJoo"MIiior��l Olaiiii.rtiUuiloln UioGmntl  Forks Mining Division of Yulo district.  Whoro locsxloil:���Wolllntfton Camp.  IVlKJO .NOTICE, Lhut I, Douuld J. Mothosou,  intent for Jos. J. Uiu,��ett, Fresj Miner's Cer-  Uflcate No. 61.767B, intond sixty days from the  duto horoof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  for n Certificate of Improvements for tho  jmrposo of obtaining a Crown Grant of tho  above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 87. munt bo commenced before tho issue  of such Certificate of Impiovcuents.  Dated this 90th day of June. A.D. 1913.  ,   D. J. MATHESON, Agent.  KING'S HOTEL  Plningroom and  Restaurant  Under Enthdy New Management  THE  PERFECTION OP COOKING  EVERYTHING IN SEASON.  SHORT ORDERS, AT ALL HOURS  DAY AND NIGHT.  Mineral Act.  Form F.  certificate of improvements.  Notice.  ' "Florence No. 2" Fractional Mineral Claim.  situate in Greenwood Mining Division of Yale  district,   ' , '  Where located:���Wellington Camp.  '���-' * TAKE NOTICE that I, Donald J. Mathcbon,  agent for Jos. J. BassoU,, Free Miner's Certificate No. 61,787. B., intend 60 days from tho" date  hereof,'to.jippiy to the Mining Recorder for a  Certificate, of Improvements,' for the purpose  , of obtaining aCrovvn"Grantot tho above claim.  ��� And further tako notico "that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of Mich Certificate of Improvements.  -    Dated this 20th day of June, A.D. 1!��3.,  . D. J. MA-THESON, Agent.  OUR BILL. OF FARE 18 PERFECT  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. SPRAQQINS  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 rue  for, the' King's Hotelj_j,o Nick" Muso  and Pete Turano.        ~~*  -  - ��� J.'E. McDonald.  Dated at Phoenix, B.C., this 12th  day of August, 1913.  PUBLIC NTICE  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories and iu 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.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by .sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsur-  veyed territory the tract applied for  shall be staked 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 royalty shall be paid on' the merchantable  output of the mine at the rate of five  cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such returns should be furnished at least once  a year.  The lease will include the coal mining  rights ouly, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available  surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at the rate of $10.00 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the Secretory of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa,  or *o any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands. '  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���Unauthorized publication of  tin* advertisement will not be paid for.  Among those present in London  recently at a meeting of the Imperial  Defence committee, presided over by  Premier A.squiih, was - the Hon.  Martin Burreli, minister of agriculture and member of Parliament for  this district. Mr. Burreli was also  presented to the king.  H  I  jtflssHHSSst*. lPw_vtw HIABMAn  J|||i^|l���� B-WCi y swWIIlwBl  ^^^V^E^^Uvlilt^ft                abnut the wonderful  I WIMSftsR KftRVEL Whirling Spray  \ \V^1Sal��kvSSI          "rtie ne* Vafiinal Syringe.   Uest  v j^^^^gagjS^^mmh.     ���M��st convenient.   If cleanses  bu\cndstnmplor.liusfr��trrJ       ^^ ^tyfo*      M^ iW&  hoik���"ycileil   Htfivfifo,, par ic-               \wfc, &          fya  ularsatvi vJircct.oi.f iniuiinblt to ladles.     Qftftif           _f  WINDSOR SUPPLY CC.t            ^^mlllWiW  Wtfldftor* Ont.              Gcmsral Agents for CaruaaT  ��� ���kfaJ -~: <��������� ���;  MffiKsaf..^,"-   *    '���  ��",  * ii  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.  Geokge Vichary.  Nick Musa.  Dated at Phoenix, B.&., this 1st day  ot August, 1913.  Invite your friends to Phoenix for  the Labor Day celebration.  Gordon McLeod waa among the  passengers on Wednesday's train for  Spokane.  Miss Mitchell, niece of Mr. and Mrs.  Jas. McKeown, left for her home in  Spokane on Monday.  Miss Maude Bagley left hurriedly on  Friday for Ottawa, Ont., where her  sister lies seriously ill.  Lost���A pair of rimless spectacles.  Finder will oblige by returning same  to Pioneer office.   Reward.  Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Carson broke up  their camp at Christina lake on Tuesday, returning to town in the evening.  Harry Tilton, .of the Granby office  staff, left on Monday Eo spend his  vacation at Seattle, Portland and Vancouver.  Miss Constance Munro, daughter of  tbe Bev. J, R. and Mrs. Munro, left on  Friday morning to attend" college in  Vancouver.  Mrs. John Spencer of Republic, sister  (if Mrs. Geo. Evans, came up on Sunday with a motor car party for a visit  of a few hours.  R. Pritchard, who received some  internal iujury while at work in the  mine, went to Spokane on Monday  to undergo treatment.  Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Barnes and children, who have spent the whole of the  school vacation on the coast, returned  to the city on Thursday evening.  Miw. Wm. Hughes of .Spokane,  who with her children have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Win. Murray for a  few weeks, left for their home on  Tuesday.        ������- ' ���  Adolph Sercu, who has been under  treatment in the local hospital for injuries sustained in a wagon accidetit,  was discharged from that institution  on Saturday.  The death took place on Saturday,  after a short illness,   of  the infant"  daughter    of    Mr.    and   Mrs.  Thos.  Roberts.   The funeral took place on  Sunday in the local cemetery.  For Sale���Furnished three-roomed  house on Spion Kop; woodshed, chicken-house with chickens; good cellar,  well with pump; also .winter supply of  wood. Reasonable price for quick sale.  Apply Pioneer office. , ' -  Mr. and Mrs. J. 15. Thompson left  on Wednesday morning on an extended trip to the northern "part of the  province, during which they have  planned a visit to the Hidden Creek  mine on Granby bay and points on  the Alaska coast.  J.  H.   Wilcox   of   the   Greenwood  PUBLICNOTICE  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that  I intend to make application to the  Board of License Commissioners of the  City of Phoenix, for a transfer of the  Liquor License held by me for the  Queen's Hotel to James Walsh.  R. V. Chibhojom.  (Signed by his Attorney in part)  Peter 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.O.  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, 7.30;  Evensong, 7.30.  The stated services iu 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.  Methodic*I Church���Sunday school  and Bible class, 2.30 p.m.; evening service, 7.30 p.m. Prayer meeting, Thursday evening, at 7.1o p.m. Rev. A. T.  Bell,  St.. Andrew's church (Presbyterian)  ���Service, Sunday next, Aug. 24th, at  11 a.in. Sunday school at 2 p.m. All  welcome.   Rev. J. It. Munro, minister.  Ledge staff, who is in the incipient  stages of consumption, left last week  to take the open-air and other treat  ment at the famous Printers' home,  situate in the mountains of Colorado,  and exclusively the property of the  International Typographical union.  The sisters of Mrs. C M. Campbell,  consisting of Miss McGeer and the  Misses Emily and Aileen, who have  been spending their vacation here, left  for their home in Vancouver on Monday. Miss A. Campbell, sister of Mr.  Campbell, with Miss Hogan, another  guest, also ,left the same day for a  short visit to the coast, prior to their  return to Winnipeg.  On Tuesday the children of St.  John's church Sunday school, had a  picnic all to themselves. The youngsters assembled at about eleven oclock  and made their way to a spot the  other side of the lake, where camp  was made and lunch served. The remainder of the day was spent in games  and exploring the woods, - and five  o'clock saw the juvenile campers all  l>aok safe in town.  A splendid program is announced  for this, evening, Saturday, at the  Phoenix Opera house. Among the  attractions offered is a Pathe Indian  story, entitled "Cholera on the Plains,"  "The Stolen Bride" and a Mexican  romance "Our Lady of the Pearls.  The humorous reels include a sidesplitting comedy, illustrating how  clever some husbands can be when the  fit takes them. Next week the management have arranged for the appearance of "Texas," a gentlemau who rejoices in the distinction of being able  to chew up a piece of iron.  Labor Day Arrangements  The committees in charge of the  forthcoming Labor Day celebration  events, have lost no time in getting  into harness, and already large  posters are to be seen in conspicuous places in the towns throughout  the Boundary. Monday or Tuesday next, a printed list of the various athletic events, with the prizes,  will be ready for distribution. Arrangements have also been completed with the Great Northern  railway for a special train to leave  Grand Forks at eight a.m., returning at twelve, midnight. The ,cost  of a round trip ticket is a fare aud a  third. Up to the present no ar  rangement has been made with the  C.P.R. for a special, but a reduction to a fare and a third in rates is  announced. The following are the  regulations governing the machine-  drilling contest:  1. Entrance fees, $5 per team.  2. Drill machine, 3jS^ bore, any  make allowed.  3. Teams having the privilege of  selecting any machine at the platform approved by the committee.  4. Gauges ��� Starter, 3 inches;  ^�� of an inch allowed per running  foot iifter.  5. Any team may use their own  steel if they wish.  6'. Time for drilling contest and  setting up, 15 minutes.  First Prize, $150; second prize,  $75.  By order of the committee  gens  The Original Violet  Glycerine Soap  Soap  TRANSPARENT AND GREEN  with the real fragrance  of Violets.  ^  L  Three Cakes in 75c. Boxes  Phoenix Drug Company  'Phone 16. T. S. Quance, Manager  Union Store  D. OXLEY,  Proprietor  Begs to announce that he has secured the sole agency in Phoenix  for the Frache Bro3., well-known Nurserymen of Grandr' Fork a,  and will hereafter carry an assortment of  Cut Flowers, Wreathes and a" o"d* House Plants  FINEST LINE OF FRYS' OHOOOLATES, OANDIE8, ETC.  ; EXCELLENT LINE OF OIG.ARS, PIPES.TTOBAC008  Receipts For Hospital Ball  At a meeting of the committee  who were in charge of the arrangements for the recent hospital ball,  G. Kay, the treasurer, announced  that after defraying all expenses, he  had the' sum of $64 in hand. A  communication from the hospital  secretary, informing the members  that that institution was not in any  immediate need of assistance,' was  then .discussed, so after some further  deliberation as to the disposal of  the money, it was unanimously decided to expend it in the purchasing  of sundry articles of furniture for  the quarters of the nursing staff.  For Teething Children  r  ..... ��M '  NERVINE POWDERS.  wfV**��l�� M Ojftam, M+a*am a* CUomL  emwaaom^t ***** ami ��� tra>  a���tart wit  Vwaym+amaM       i  Stam\*��l*&*m. V-*  IMWWMIMIMP  Greenwood    uCilg^G JL*1I1���  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 8.45 a.m. -j   '   '  " "        lower town,   9.00 a.m. [Standard Time  Leave Greenwood 3.00 p.m. J  PROMPT ATTENTION TO EXPRE8S AND  FREIGHT  J. FULLER, Proprietor.  m i_  CANADIAN  PACltiTIC  If your dealer cannot supply you, the  J. L. Mathieu Co., SherbrooW* P.Q.,  sends box postpaid on receipt of price.  Canadian Pacific  REDUCED RATES  TO  Vancouver  REDUCED RATES  Labor  Day  Between all Stations���Western Lines  September 1 st, 1913  Exhibition  from all Points in the Kootenay  District  On sale August 27th  to  September 3rd (inclusive)  Final Return Limit, Sept. 9th, 1913  From Phoenix, $20.15  Further particulars from any C.P.R.  Agent, or write  J. V. MURPHY,  Dist. Passenger Agent, Nelson, B.C.  Fare and One-Third for the  Round Trip  3fM  On sale August 29th to Sept. 1st.  Limit, Sept. 3rd.  Final Return  Ask any C. P. R. Agent, for further particulars.  J. E. CARTER, Agent, Phoenix  J. V. MURPHY,  District Passenger Agent, Nelson, B. O.  iners' Union Opera House  Motion Pieture Plays  Baloon Ascension at Spokane Interstate Fair, Sept. 15, 1913  well-selected   Program   is   offered   Patrons   of  OPERA HOUSE, SATURDAY NIGHT  the  "Cholera on the Plains1  A fine Pathe Indian story, founded on fact.  "The Stolen Bride"  A Biograph of Unusual Merit.  .����  "Our Lady of the Pearls'  A Powerful Mexican Dramatic Romance  "Hubby's Scheme"  Claimed to be the Funniest Comedy in months  Watch Next Week for "TEXAS", the Man w ho Eats Iron  1 5o- and 10c.  H MWlWHMBg'JWfflJj

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