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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Dec 21, 1912

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Array ,i'i'"lamu>J|ij����|  mJln>*m*mt��tiaMimiifimmmm*  ���asi^isss^^^isisi^m  i*��!8SSKE'  ���*   -   w������-_.��^ .-���    -I"--Z   J1V"**''".���^t-,^^.*.-!' ��� �����. "���*�����������_��� *^* **""'��� -*���*������-IT"*** �����***r^i*��-**..M.^;>ifnrw*M****-***fWi  -f  j i  The largest copper mines in  the Dominion ore situated  at Phoenix, The Granny  Co. employs 600 men, and  has a monthly; pay roll of  over 950,000, while theRaw-  hide pay roll is $18,000.  Devoted to the Interests ofthe Boundary Mining District  FOURTEENTH YEAR  is  highest  municipality in Canidar-  altitude, 4,300 ft. The city  has a population of 1,600,  and possesses first-class  hotels, opera house, schools  |    B. C. Mining   |  The, gold' 'dredging: company  which has leased five miles of the  Fra.ser river above Hope,' has its  dredge and equipment under construction at New Westminster, and  will begin operations as"soon^ as  they can be brought up the river  and the best permanent jucation for  them determined.���West' Yale Review.  The'most important mining- news  of the"past week was  the  strike  of  about a foot, of rich   silver-lead  ore  at the 1000-foot level of the Suprise  mine.    The drift   has  been run  on  the ore for the past  week  and   the  vein averages 12  inches  in  width.  The ore will run about   150  ounces  in silver and from 40 to 60 per cent.  lead to tbe" ton.  David Murphy, an experienced  miner, will, early next week, with a  force of men, pit mp"t he'water from the  shaft and begin the work of deepening it. The owners believe that the  property can be made a valuable one  with the expenditure of a not very  large, sum.. The owners are all old  timers in Rossland���Duncan Mc-  Donell, Wm. Costello, Samuel McDonald and David Murphy.���Rossland Miner.  ,  Owing to the fact that the South  Belt is forming to the front, the  owners of the Trilby have determined to resume its development. Considerable work' was done by the  Trilby Mining in the early days,' and  there is one shaft 50 feet deep - and  another 40, besides other workings.  In the bottom of, the 50-foot shaft  there is a large and strong showing  of pyrrhotite ore, the characteristc  ore of the camp, that runs about  .$iOtojhe ton.,-.- --..~~". -.���-._.,  PHOENIX, B.C.,,SATURDAY, DECEMBER' 21,  19J2  Phoenix Public School  Division II. of the public school  with a percentage of 92 walked off  with the December attendance banner, which last month was held by  the pupils of Division III. Division  I was anything but a close second,  while the youngsters of Division UI  flaunted 88 per cent in the face of  the whole school. The following  pupils had a perfect attendance.  Division I.��� E.' BlundelC Kath-  leen Carson, E. Case, , Marjorie  Elkins, Marjorie McCammon, F.  Walters," Florence Swanson, W.  Wheatly.  Division II.���Enis Abranson, D.  Deane, Elizabeth Hanson, W. Jutila,  K. McKilla, Elizabeth Mussato, C.  McGuigan, Mary Miller, J. Owen,  R. Owen, Ethel Silverthorne, W.'  Suzzda,^ Margaret Suzzda, J. Strutzel, and M. Vezzetti.  Division III.���Eris Benglsberg-  C. Beaulieu, Flora Blundell, A.*  Catterini, Martha Jakson, A. Larson,  Muriel- Miller, R. Nakwas,, Helli  Roine, Meriana Rukas, H. Deane,"  G. Eustis,and J. Suzzda.  BOUNDARY INTERMEDIATE      f  HOCKEY LEAGUE FORMED  Schedule of Games Arranged for, Season-C. J. Davidson Elected  President���Stars to Be Placed on Senior Teams.  if i  What is  undoubtedly a splendid  movement with the object of furthering  a    more    general   interest   in  Canada's     national    winter   game  has  had   its  inception  in, Phoenix.  For some time  the  matter and  details of some scheme of encouraging  the   youngsters   has   been   quietly  discussed among the cnthusiastsof  the   camp,    ancl   this    week   active  steps were taken towards the forma-;'  tion    of    an    intermediate    hockey  team.     Similar action has also been  decided upon in   both  Grand Forks  and Greenwood, where swift teams'  of youngsters   already   exist.  .As a  consequence  of  the- above   action,  , Boundary Ore Tonnages  "Following are the returns of the  output of the Granby mines, and  smelter for the week ending Dec.  15th, and the B.C. Copper company  for the week ending Dec. 8st, and  .yeartb-date:       <���.   '     '.*,.,  Granby 24,040 1,187,058  Mother Lode. . .:. .   7,268    437,975  Rawhide   6,075    247,122  Napoleon,. .<-.      '599      14,090  Queen Victoria*        181 -' >,:-' 1394  Others...........        28      12,378  SMELTER TONNAGES *  Granby . . . .. .22,775 1,190,007  B. C. Copper Co... 14,585   625,783  The Vancouver police believe they  - f have-the. C. P. Retrain bandit. ���, ���   .-  the institution of, a Boundary Intermediate league is now an assured  fact.. . t  It is confidently hoped that,.in  time one effect of the formation of  the league will be the elimination,of  the necessity of sending east for  players to. fill the various positions  on the Boundary teams. At the  best the system has nothing to recommend about it, "and in consequence a considerable number of  Boundaryites have ceased to take  any.interest in the matches, which','  they' affirm, , are almost entirety  stripped of local interest by reason  of the imported persohel of' tVje  teams. But with home-raised talent  a different spirit will assuredly manifest itself among the general public,  who after all is said aud 'done aire  the ones to be chiefly considered."  In-4.be meantime, however, we" musSt*  put up with what we' can 'get, and  by "our interest and support work  for the success of the intermediate  teams. ,  The initial meeting took'place on  Thursday'at   the'club,   Messrs.  J.  W. Cochrane and "G. McDonald representing Greenwood and Messrs.  A.    White    and    R.   Clark   lboked  after the interests of Phoenix.     Unfortunately  Grand   Forks   was   not  represented,   but   \t   is   understood  that   the   hockey   boys   and   public  generally of the fruit centre are enthusiastically in line with the movement, the object of which it is officially   announced,   "is  for the    purpose of fostering and perpetuating  the,game    of hockey   among   the  young men'of the Boundary district,  and     also    to   bring   about    more  amicable relations  in   the   realm  of  sport among" the people of the three  Boundary   towns."      It   was   also  agreed to name the association the  Boundary      Intermediate    " Hockey  League.  The following were elected  to fill  the various honorary and executive    offices:     Hon./presidents,  J.   :E.    Thompson,    Phoenix;    Dr.  Stone,, Greenwood;   Ernest" Miller,  M..P:P., Grand Forks.  C. j. David-  r       **  son,,president; A. Mann, vice-pres.;  Jan  61 Greenwood at Phoenix  Jan   0 Phoenix at Grand Forks  Jan 16 Greenwood at Grand Forks  Jan 21 Phoenix  _ at Gieenwood  Jan 27 Grand Porks at Phoenix  Above dates are subject to change.  The New Rink  While the date for the opening of  the  season   for   the  rink   has  not  been definitely fixed, it is generally  thought  that Xmas  Eve or Xmas  Day will see the first skating crowd  of the  season.      Strictly  speaking  the entire  roofing  is now in place,  but   considerable  work  on   the   interior fittings has  yet to  be done.  W. Hower, manager ofthe Phoenix  Water, and Light company has commenced the  work of installing the  electric  light system,   which   when  completed    will     brilliantly   illume  every corner ofthe building.    Ed.  Stanaway commenced  the   making  of ice a few days ago and already a  splendid foundation is to be seen.  That Smelter Site Story  The old story to the effect that  the Granby Cohsolidated company  were undecided as to the location of  their smelter site for the Hidden  creek mines has been revived again,  but it need not arouse the slightest  feelings of alarm in the bosoms of  the Granby Bay townsite promoters.  Neither will it enhance the value of  lots in Prince Rupert, from which  city it  is  said the report emanated  Licenses in Phoenix   .  Permit me through  the medium  ofthe Pioneer   to  point out what I  consider to be a serious flaw in the  license  regulations of this  city, or  rather I should say the enforcement  of the same.    When first  I arrived  in Phoenix for  the  purpose  ofdis-  posing of   real  estate,   I   was  informed that  it would be necessary  for me to take out a license.  " I. immediately, and without any demur,  called on the city clerk and paid my  license fee of $50.    I have no cause  to  complain  of the  by-law,  on the  contrary I  think  it only right that  outsiders doing business in the city  should  contribute towards  the upkeep of the municipality.    But what  I do most strenuously complain   of  is  the  flagrant  immunity that  for  months has been granted other nonresidents who have transacted thousands of dollars in real estate business within the confines of the city's  limits.    Might I suggest, in view of  the fact   that I am   about   the only  party  who has  complied   with   the  law in this  respect for at least two  years, that either the by-law be repealed,  or  else a   more  consistent  enforcement of its provisions be insisted upon.  G. G. Rowk.  Phoenix, December 20.  B. C. Copper Treatment  The   B. C.   Columbia   company's   r ��������������.   smelter   treated  14,586 tons of ore  We hate  to  do   it, but  we have it  this week, as follows: Mother Lode,  .,���>   ~    u : ,.from  an   authoritative  source  that 7,172; Rawhide, 6,752;  Napoleon,  J..W. Cochrane, sec-treaS,<  An,ex-the Granby. company have not even   507; Queen Victoria, 206; other,, O.  tecu.tive,cpmmittee  to consist ot one  entertained    the    idea   of  erecting  member from each city .Twill be  formed later. ''Owing to; lack' of  teams a  double  schedule -of games  was drawn up as follows:  . *   >* 'j  .Dea30 .Grand Porks atjGxeenwood.  their smelter at any other place  than at Hidden creek. The, story  no , doubt. originated in the fertile  brain of some unscrupulous Prince  .Rupert real, estate shark.  ��� The Phoenijt._branch o�� the Miners'  Union have completed preparations  for their dance on' Xmas night; They  have engaged the services of the Ironsides orchestra and a big attendance  is expected. .  - -. - -  THE BIG  We will keep open till 10 p.m. SATURDAY, MONDAY and TUESDAY  VISIT THE STORE EVERY EVENING FROM NOW TILL 'XMAS  Each Department of this store is full of Christmas Suggestions;   your Gift buying cannot possibly be done to better advantage any other place.  can get useful 'Xmas gifts, things which your friends can use every day of the year, and be thankful.  Here you  Grocery Department  ON TUESDAY, WE WILL HAVE A NICE LOT OF CUT FLOWERS.  (ORDER EARLY)  TABLE SPECIALS  Ripe Tomatoes  Cucumbers  Cauliflower  Green Onions  Radishes  Celery  Asparagus Tips  Green Peas  Green Beans  Corn on Cob  Spinach  Fruit Cake  Plum Puddings  CliVll     Clvt  Nuts, Raisins  Grapes, Oranges, Apples  Fresh Eastern Oysters  DO YOUR SHOPPING IN THIS DEPT. EARLY  Dry Goods Department  FOR LADIES  Opera Scarves  Handkerchief Holders  Silk Waists  Embroidered Centre Pieces  Cushion Tops  Wool Shawls, Velvet Slippers  Stoles, Muffs, Boas  FOR MEN  Neckwear, Fancy Vests,  Collar Boxes, Cuff Links,  Hankerchiefs, etc.  Hardware Department  SKATES  Get the Boys' and Girls' Skates in time for the  opening of the New Rink.   We have a  complete line.  Carpet Sweepers,  Fancy China,  Silverware,  Cut Glass,  Electric Irons  Safety Razors,  Dinner Sets,  Tea Sets, etc., etc.  WE WISH YOU ALL A MERRY 'XMAS  m  JL.  1913 Calendars are Here.  '���:M  ���m  3j  Y..  Ti  tv'J  '!3i��^f\mft^miu'.&sas  v^WfrnrnmnAmismmmnmi > miimin^^tumjfmmuirmj^i.Mw ���*,.���i��^*,��*��j m  fat*  Ui  3F*  If-  Ifr'  THE   PIONEEB,    PHOENIX,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  jM<-  CM  &&#&>  ^;,::��^'S��^il^w^  'i**w^'j;^"*s*f  Mafliieii's Syrup  ol l'ur and Cod Liver OU  .)'i  j i  not-only stops a cough but cures  it. Its' tonic and < restorative  properties enable the system to  permanently thro.w off a cold.  \/.n *vj   *������>    ; ���! /.(>.',ri'* >i '  IJ     <u.    35c f��r large bottle.  "''���'  ' Sold'everywhere. t  i      -      . '    "        t      '      "    T    '  J. t,. MATHIFU CO., Prop..     SHHRBROOKK.  -    ; ijl  /    i  ' '    , /l *Jj .JJ /    .  hi  (.igGOUDRONfill  D*H0ILR I  jFOIEPEMOrtil  ; |jD��MATHrJOT|  I   ^Copperitrates  MATHJEtTS  Syrup af TarJ  GODUVERI  juLia-moo.  i ii  f  MATH5EUS SYRUP  .'-������.. of. TA'li-::& .:  COO   LIVER   OIL  Winnipeg Stock at Messrs. Ferguson Bros,  123 Bannatyne Ave.,.Winnipeg, Man  King- Edward Lodge���to B c  From Uncte. Sam J  No.'36, A.F. and A.M.  ���'''���   '"      r   r "        "'     *'  '_ Regular coinmimicad'on at 8  p.m." Second Thursday of  each month-  Emergent meetings as called; Masonic  JTall, McIIale Block.   -  ,    > '     . .    ���    ,-. W. J. Prendergabt  J. T. Hawthorn, W.M.  Socy.  (         5*_  I ',      ' I ���-���iU ���-������!  .       I������  clepitEtbafittt of tb<fc  United States* has*; presented; to> th*?  province of' British; 'Colutabta  five  ;i.0.o.K  Snowshoe Lodcre  .   . ' ^'No. 46  - Moots 'every*'Monday' Evening afc  -Miners'. Hall." ^Visiting brethren cordially invited.        ,,*,.,  David Tyson, Noble Grand.  "'"   -''Dan Paterson, Fin. Secy.     ''  , ,   .- <<^X;. L.;McKinnon/Reck Secy,"  The jail'at  New Westminster is  overcrowded with women prisoners.  ���' The Rossland city, council have  forfeited all claim as censors of fight  film pictures." Last week a couple  of the city fathers pulled off a few  rounds in the council chamber.  The, distance from Vancouver to  Panama is t41t7 miles. Tb hear  some.coast Veal estate pedlars,talk  one would imagine Panama to be  somewhere near, Seattle. ,,  Because the writ was dirty ���- and  torn, Mr. Justice Morrison, sitting'  at Vancouver, postponed a case in  order that a now one couJd be prepared. ^  * i  Thre-a hundred employees of the  ���poAyott River l\iper Co. att Powell  Riysr R-* C,�� am locked out or are  qia sfcdke-j th* ����u.*>o of the trouble*'  th^* weu, ssU^t^  b-eui^ lv>*\jf hours  ; v.w4i wvv^M^t** \s����*^  "tfl>���� s-AMrwjcfcg? lw ��h*c wtocatioix  Hints iftoitfj K:y^ c-reftfc to i^��c*s5i  iMJwJ^** ifcs fo ^ogttjejjis. *wfi Utofe <BO*��-  pMiotli, o^ttljtfe iJMV*^- Y^W *!���?��� fottovv-  & dfecJbfotA io. feKjjjdj 5t p*jrv>vu\cial  cotwettH6*�� of th�� iiberaJ party at  the cases. All claims of Mexicans  injured on the American side by  bullets from the rebels or government forces were disapproved.  What is known as the White  Slave Traffic bill; received1 the^royal  assent last week and immediately  became ' operative. A number of  notorious offenders in consequence  left London.    The provisions of the  new law   empower a constable  to  . '       ' ��� *��� '<  take into custody without a warrant  any person He has cause' to suspect  of committing' or attempting to commit violations of the law} Such a  person may, in addition to suffering  a term of imprisonment, be sen  tenced to be whipped. Men supported by white slaves are brought  under the Vagrancy. Act of 1898,  and, if convicted under that act, are  liable to a flogging.  Joseph Turner, famous as a long  distance courier  in  territorial days,  who brought tho first   news  of the  outbreak of the   Kiel   rebellion,    in  1885, to the barracks of  the   Royal  North West Mounted Police at Fort  Saskatchewan,   IS miles   northwest  'of Edmonton, has crossed the great  divide.     The  burial services   were  attended by mounted policemen and  townsfolk   and   settlers   for   miles  around.      Turner  carried   the  des  patches    overland   aud    sank  [RevefaM!* during- May�� 19t3�� was  deeded upon At a meeting of the  liberal executive  held recently  at  AVancouver.  Daughters of Rebekah  'f-*Phoenix Lodge No.'i7   J^*  iVIocu. in   the lincis, Union  Jjodge  Hall First and Third Wednesdays.       '"  :.il.,. j:*i- ifrF< KoUic'JJiisli', Noble'Gran'd.  '   Mrs. Kfllc MttBJiall," Soci-otary.'' *  milliou "whitefish   eg^s^   from  their  hatchery at Piit-tn   Bay,   Ohio,    ' A'  consignment of this kind was prom- -  j1^? roads between White  Horse  ised by the  United  States  govern- aud D*-��vson are reported to   be in  ment last year,- but the bad weather  first class ��hape even^ for, motor cars  interfered with their output. jand    UP   to    a   few   day��  aff��   'he  weather up there has been phenomenally mild  jFRATE: RN A TrWKBEK  >%  OF EAGLES  Notice has now been received by  Hon. W.\J. Bowser as provincial  commissioner of fisheries, that the  eggs will be ready for shipment  within a few weeks. A man will be  sent for them, and they will be placed  in'tlie Dominion* hatchery at Harrison Lake, which has j recently -���been  properly equipped for such a purpose.       ���"���*"._! -. I   '  < It is the intention oflthe province  to stock5 the'lakes of the Fraser river  watershed' with these fish. . It is  hoped that a supply ��� of' these eggs  -will-also-be* secured -from the Do-  nTiTrtion^governmentpso'that  it -will  exhausted on the floor when he reached the barracks. He was revived  and cared for by the men at the post  and invited t'o rest' a1 day or two  before returning to the front. His  visit extended to years and he settled  near the fort, remaining until called  to take .the longer' journey into the  unknown land, from which he will  not return.  A Pure Cream offiarfaPvrider  Dr. Wm* Sedgwick Saunders, Medical Officer  of Health of the city of London,^ Erig., was  good enough to,say that a long'and universal experience has proved! a cream of tartar  powder the most efficient, safe and economical, making, food which could not be  deleterious to the most, delicate sitomach.  In England the sale of baking powder  containing alum is absolutely prohibited.  WHEN BUYING BAKING POWDER, READ THE LABEL.  COPPER  Tho Now Kdition of tho  COPPER HANDBOOK  Under hurry' orders the battleship New Hampshire of the?U.S.  navy is ' today steaming towards  San Domingo, having left Hampton roads^vith ��� less than a normal  supply of coal. Members of'the  crew who w.ere on shore leave were  left behind.  Jack Johnson, the pug, has comforted himself by marrying another  white wife. Everyone wiil join in  wishing.the unblushing bride every  happiness, arid fiopesfiewuT present  her animal husband" with a quiverful of picafthinies  as black as   the  ���{'        Phoenix Aerie No. 158  fleets in Union Hall, Friday Evenings.  '-VLsiting brothers are always welcome.  ; f- Quitman Work, W. P.  ;' T. B. Cosgkove, W. Secy.  be possible to stock Harrison, Shus  vvabpChilcp aBd;Qu%sn"enake"s,and    TJi "" ���r"*Z~"    ,T"-,  t.rA^v��2-i��   ^ty^r^Y   ,}-,7 ' 7 -   hold man'himselfv, .  perhaps^Okaiiagan and  others   that ;-- c $  mayrbe^ou'nd^iTable/'The-Prov'in.j '   Tbk'season the herring in Rupert  _:..* l '-.'L . ff-?''* " fi ^i ..* I harhnr will   ho    Rchart    ��V.^   *U^    Grci  K. of P. Lodge,  Jk,28  Phoenix,  'B.*C.  fMcets Tuesday Evening at  7.30.  sSojourning    brothers   cordially   wel-  'cumed.  ft  J. E. Caiitek, K. of R. S.  A". P2 GBDj��Ei3/Cr C.X"-  ��'* *, j *s-,f rt ��. k ,*     T ,jrv-  PYTH4AN SISTERS  I  ^Mountain Temple Lodge No. 17  Vj,     Meets Id Pythian Hall, Lower Town  gj     Fi(-bt ami Third Trriursdays. ..   _ ^     ���  Mrs,, A. V. McKon^ie  -    I   .     M.R.C.  ciaI,government is very muchgrati  fiecT'atVthe' action   of * the'*United  States authorities in connection with  the'matter.  fMn. Mny Almstrom  *        M.E.C. &*  that Fit!  We make a specialty of Miners'  % Shoes; good fit, nice shape, and  f       - nothing but the best of stock used  r        ^SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  r   \  X     JNICK PALORCU,  ;Knqb Hill Ave.        Phoenix, B.C.  ind Tam-  arac Wood, $5.50 per cord  gPine Woodj., $5.*0tf per" cord.  SAi  tJFh' and Tamarac, double cut,  '; '^jJeFcord, $7.00.  . Canada's Gift an Addition  \ ^All doubts were' swept away last  week of the possibility of Great  Britain curtailing,', her" own naval  programme in view of- the gift by  Canada to'1'trie'British Empire" of  three powerful battleships at-a cost  of $35,000,000. Mr. Winston Spen-  cefChurchilljf.EirsrLord of the Ad-  miralty, speaking in the House of  Commons, said he adhered to the  point of view of the Canadian Government, which is, he announced:  ���J"Thaf the-aid given-by 'Cana'da  -should be in addition- to, the exist-  ing British programme, and that any  steps Canada might take should di-j  rectly strengthen the naval forces of  the Empire and the margin available  for its security,'  Mr. Churchill deprecated the putting of further questions on the subject, pending" ithe'approval 'by the  parliament of the Dominion of Canada ofthe naval proposal put forward  by Mi. Borden".       "' "  RANCH FOR SALE  Ranch for Sale���320 acres al $83 per  acie. Included in the bale are the  following effects: 1 mower, 1 rake,  ploughs, drag hariows, 1 team,.harness and wagon, 1 set .sleighs, household goods, 1 barn and a five-roomed  house. Four springs on piopei'ty; running water tho year round; between  forty and fifty acres ^cultivated, mostly inliay; fifty actes easily cleaved and  eighty acres fenced. Terms, half cash,  balance on leasonable terms; discount  for cash.  J*  i!  !  Jf '    T   * .  (WOOO  DELIVERED   ON   SHORT  . ��� 'Phone B32  notice:.  Ewty W&mm  .^U interested and should know-  about the wonderful  MARVEL Whirling Spray  The new Vaginal Syringe    fJest  ���.Most convenient.   It cl��uis-c>  Instantly.      Ask your  I druggist for y\ . r  If lie cannot supply tha  MARVEL accept no other,  but send ft-imp for lllnsrrttcfd  book���sealed   It give* fulf par   ul irs and directions invjluah'e to ladles,  WINDSOR SUPPLY CC.  Windsori Oot* ijcaetui AgocU tot C  harbor will be fished for the first  time. Alocal company who control  most of the -licenses are preparing  to operate immediately. The Canadian Fish and Cold Storage Co. will  also take herring this'season for bait  for their halibut;|rawlers which will  be out in a few weeks.  . Non-resident Teal estate dealers  doing business in Rossland have to  pay a" tax ' of ^$300. * The mayor of  that town, however,- doesn't��think  it is enough and thinks it should be  i aisedanother tfundrecVbucks. Resi-  dent real estate men pay $15 more  than the merchants, and were re-  ceutly refused a reduction.    ,  1 Quite a large amount  of'money  leaves Canada about this time every  year and the present Christmas sea-  *v  son is no exception, except that the  traffic to Europe is much' heavier  than in previous years. It has l.een  estimated that twenty thousand have  left to spend the Xmastide holidays  in Europeany lands.-* Allowing an  average of 400 dollars for each person, the total sum* taken '-away  would    amount to   something  like  $8,o66,boor* "���'   ���'   ' ���'  *  . In taking the evidence of Archbishop McNeil," the other day, in  a case in which His Grace was the  defendant, Judge Grant stated that  it would be necessary for him to be  sworn. The practice heretofore  had been to allow ministers ofthe  gospel to forego the ceremony, but  the- suprqnie, court had ruled that  nobody was exempt, irrespective of  whatever- exalted position might be  held. The archbishop took the  oath and kissed the Bible.  Twenty-three Americans who received injuries or whose relatives  were either killed or wounded by  shots trom across- the Mexican border in April or May, 1911, will receive indemnities / aggregating  $86,000 from the Mexican government, according to a report to Congress by a commission of army men  who were authorized to investigate  Mineral in the North  Edmonton, Alta.,  Dec.   20.���Reports of the discovery of free milling  gold-bearing ore and stiver  strikes  have come*to   Edmonton   from   the  north country   and  prospectors   are  rushidg injtb'   the   fields ' to   strike  claims'.'    T^e latest  gold strike was  made neai\Kitselas, B. C.    The   report cays that ore running  as   high  as $700 to the ton   has   been   found  ���'^payin^quaVitities a short distance  from the^f^d'Tfrunk  Pacific"���!-"  road.      The silver   discovery    was  made by an   Indian   while   hunting  200,miles northwest of Fort Fraser.1  A. E.^Haight, a  local-engineer,   is  negotiating with" the Indian for the  property, the exact ^location of which  ivill not b". divulged ^iintil   the  first  payment is made on the claim.    Mr.  Haight has examined  the-samples  brought to Edmonton   and  is fully  satisfied/as to   the  richness  of the  ore.    ' ���" l   ��   Dead Letters  . An interesting feature of the annual report of the Postoffice department just issued is~ tlfe'Tact ' that  nearly three million letters, postcards, parcels, etc., werev retrurned  last year to the dead letter office,  while no less than 37,641 of these  articles   of value.      The  iuBt published, in Volume X, for the years 1M0-  1911, and required nearly oighteou months In  preparation.  IT HAS 1 902 PAG ES  containing nearly one and a half million word*,  or about twice as much matter As the Bible.  There are 25 chapters, and the book covers the  Copper Industry of World  The book covert*, Copper History, Geology,  Geography, Chemistry, Mineralogy, Mining  Muling, Leaching, Smelting, Refining, Brands,  Grades, Impurities, Alloys, Uses, Substitutes,  Terminology. Deposits by Districts, States,  Countries and Continents, Mines in Dotal],  Statistics of Production, Consumption, Import*  Exports, Finances, Dividends, etc  Val. X of tho Copper Handbook lists and  describes      ,   -      .   ,���  ^..^.I",^ ��� ������ ��� , ������ ���.���  8,130 Mines i Companies  these descriptions ranging from,2 to 3 lines, in  the case of, a .dead company, 'in ' whioh case  reference is made to a preceding edition giving  a fuller description, up to 21 pages in tho case  of tbe Anaconda, which produces one-eighth of  the copper euppiy of tho world. " Tho chapter  giving mine descriptions, which lists tho largest  number of mines and'companies ever given in  any work of reference on mines or mining investments, has been * -   -  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MINING REGULATIONS  9��*U "'""S Hghts of the Domin'ibn,  contained  dead- letter branch returned nearly  600,000 letters ,to the writers, and  14,000 of these had articles of value  enclosed.  f < The list of contents of dead letters,  parcels, etc., covers a wide and  amusing range. There were, for  instance, 129 boxes, 148 cakes, 3  plum puddings, 131 watches, 15  pairs of trousers, 73 stockings, 28  marriage certificates, 6 certificates  of character, 1 sausage, and no less  than 5524 cheques of face values  totalling $436,442.  Fully Revised.  The now edition of the Copper Handbook is a  dozen books in one, covering all phaaeR of tbe  copper industry of the entire world. It is used  as the  World's Standard Refer-  _.enceJ5o,ok oil Copper  by the manager* of the mines thnt make ninoty-  odd per cent, of tho world's output of copper,  and is used in every civilized country'ot tbe  globe. It is filled with FACTS of vital importance to  THE IiVVESTOH  THE SPECULATOR  THE MINER .   r   *  THE CONSUMER .'-  THE METALLURGIST  PRICE is $5 in buckram with gilt top, or��7.��  <��� gonuino full library morocco.  TERMS are the most liberal. Send no money,  but order the book sent you, all carriage  charges prepaid, on one vieck'H approval, to be  returned if unsatisfactory, or paid for if it suit*.  Can you Afford not to seo tho book and Judge  for yourself of it�� valuo to you 1  WRITE NOW to the editor nnd publisher.  Province of British Columbia, Jriiay be  leased for a-term of twenty-one years  at an annual rental of $1 ah acre. Not  more than 2,560 acres ;will,be leased to  one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made  by >the .applicant; inV person, -to* the  Ag?.u,J'5,'rS,ib-*Agentof- the district in  which the rights applied for aiesitu-  ated...;f,:;v ,;-,,-:-..-,', ,.,: . ,,;.,.:?/. ,,.-:;,,;  . ?.5.8l��\y;eyua;tevi'itpry;tn^/^  be described by sections, "or legal ��ftil>  diyisiqns of sections, and in .unstir-  veyed territory tlie tract appliod for  shall be'stakedoiit by the applicant  hnuself.. iv,.^;;;.,::.-r;,.,-.>..^���,.; ���_._ //,:..���;,  Kacli" application iiiiisb'-Uit'-uccuiti-  pained by a fee of $5 which will he r��-  f unded if the rights applied 'for "are not  available, but not otherwise... A.royal-  ty shall-be paid ou the tneYchantabr**. "  output of the'-mino~at"tbo "rate"*o*rflvc  eeut��<!pei;,tonwr^&--j-^vxsr'��M^%*s!ir,-i^,K^ ��  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full" quantity ol"  merchantable:'coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such re-  turns should be furnished at least once  a year. --;'  The lease will include the coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available  surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the miiic  at the rate of $10.00 an acre. : t  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa,  or to any Agebt or Sub-Agent of aD6-  minion Lands.      ,.      r  ,.- j i;  Wi W. CORY,      ,*��� j?  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���Unauthorized   publication fof  this advertisement will not be paid foi*.  RECO STEAM LAUNDRY  t-i  r;   .:'  .'���    ..i.i *.i :*.;-;   ���   '���      .-'. ���        j      ,    ,;;  Doirt worry about your washings-  just   send   your   clothes   to'   the>  Laundry.    We  will wash, starch^  and iron them,  and return them  leadyforuse/ /' ,������  LADIE.S'   AND   GENTS'   SUITS  CLEANED AJND PRESSED.  Platinum Becoming Scarce  Writing iu lhe Mining Journal  (London), on the platinum occurrences of the Urals, Ii. de Haut-  pick points out that recent geological investigations' have confirmed  thC"fact' that the platinum in the  placers is derived from olivine rocks,  the outcrops oi which conform���for  example in the Urals���lo the known  narrow SJone where the"deep-seated  rock was exposed. .Thus, the only  hope of new discoveries of the mineral is in the districts of the Northern Urals, where there are considerable exposures of olivine. The  present known rich placers are,  meanwhile, being exhausted rapidly  but the high prices now obtaining  have stimulated the expinr.ition of  poorer territory. I  HORACE J. STEVENS  30  TEMPLE  BUILDING, HOUGHTON  MICH., U. S. A.  KIDWEYTROVBUE  St_fer<d TmYtort-Rtlitvtd in Thr*  Mcnths Thanks (6 PE-RU-NA.  A Trial Solicited. ;  Phone 50.  Dominion Ave.  NOT ENOUGH OPERATORS.  O. B.  PIZER.  O. B. FIZPJR, Mt. Sterling, Ky., Bays:'  "l**\*_*ufe*e* $Hh kidney aiid  bladder trdyblejor ten years past.  "Last March I corrimbnceo! bslng  Per ana and continued for three months.  T have not used it ��lnco,nox have I felt  �� pain."  Railways   and   Wireless   Concerns Short of Kcymcn to ���  Transmit. Messages.;  Withthe new, federal" laws iri clFect  Tcquiring'railways antfshipsi to be provided with more telegraph and wireless  ^.operators, there is a widespread scarcity  of men and women to man the-keys.  Commercial telegraph companies are  feeling the same shortago. All seagoing vessels are now required tq have  wireless equipment, and carry two operators where one was deemeed surficient  before. Schools for telegraph operators  are finding it extremely difficult ito meet  demand of all branches of" the service.  The Morse Telegraph cpmpanp,.opposite  the Orpheum Theatre, Seattle, will  gladly mail you, upon request a ''catalogue outlining the cources for men and  women. 'This is the" ldrgest school of  of the kind in the northwest.  Electric Restorer tor Mm  Phosl)ihO!SOl restores ejwrv nerve in the body  ���t-y-r"tit*r^gt"!to Its prjpTpo^enslon; restores  Tim and vltafity. Premature decay and all sexual  wfealcnesa , averted at once. PbosplionoS ���will  make, you a, now man.   Prlqo J8 a box. or two; for  ,. -j^^ ���-..   ���jpe_  Vb  \t, OMhartaca. ��as.  ��.-tfatli  cTe��,r  ibaSool  ^  B>90_  -'ilJ '  ;rV^HM>>��  JJ~����tl��W"<t  B^^li?r^vMiSK^.^w^ PsHsJMnW.
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popular hotel has  been  completely refitted: tliroufflioutj-"'.
everything new and up-to-date.    Lar'^eVJpftyVi-ooiiis;
heated with hot water. .Perfect fire appliances.
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Perfect satisfaction is assured all otir guests,     it Is'
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Overcoats, Mackinaws, Underwear,
F*lubt>erSyHats^ "Gaps; Mitts; Gloves-:
,    ; Theii D-etective^;,
Strikes' are • unpleasant,,L things
'evenVinder the most favorable/and
law-abiding conditions, biit^experience has taught. us in .Qinadii'i(that
the, situation,, isf anytjiing'feut .'im-
proyed by, ^tlie irnportatipn. and, employment of hords-s. ;of; Th.ieV,detec-'
tives.v The'preSenrpVolbn'ged strike
tit the   Porcupine' 'mines 'is' an  i'li-
•.-!■. .■ .-, -.i:--   -.ij:  ).. I'.'-.,-,*..';:*.  •<!-..-i!.;    .•■■;.'■'■
stance of, the  unwisdom  ol employ-
uig  an   alien   detective, agency., ,to
deal,,-,'wit.h   a srtike  in  Canada , and
the bare fact' that one: of; our. provincial governments.^ has' apparently
accj uriips'ed; in  thei r em pioy hi en € is a
grave; reflection^ on die enldiency^f
tlie Pntarjb.constabularyl. ! .[jhe, '^e-
■cent.strike.atrjong-the railroad;con-;
s'truction gaug's; in :'British[;Columbia
is proof of what tari" be'dbrtW:by our
own  constabularies and /bur  sister
province; might, do worse thani take
a leaf.from British Columbia's; book
and    send  -her   hired -mercenaries
bagr ;«"<* rb'jiggage out5 of the'ebuh-
'try.;' '■' ^ei^r^vwhat*1; theT^-Toronto
Globe has.to, say on!the.matter/:.;.:'XX:
*r;. VThe strike^in one or twoofthe
Porcupine mines still drags on, and
.*»  ;ihe   'meantime 'several 'of "the
Ifrlu/e" V^ e tec ti tvesj 'an/d several strikers-
have ibeen;, before.,. the ''.Magistrates
:for/ioffences; alleged:., in ^cOnriectiori
with the'strike;<f* The -strike, -how-
ever,; has  almost 'been-fbrgbtten by
the pubjic, attentionSlaving been dif
verted to the■'Thie)/:.;men^!and/,their
presence  on thev scene.    To  many
•people-the" Udea^ofibririging  in^an
alien force  of  private detectives to
preserve order inany part of, Caua
dividends are tpaidvbut,, of the ej^-
tessi veN'hours?ancT •|ndeVpayrhen t. pf
^thousands, of -unhappy serfs i ThaV
cannot be a 'pleasant thought for'
Mr;: Cariie^ie as 'lie/: awakes up W
.the sound of the bagpipes atiSkib'o;l
'$*jf?X'■$?£&$$■■$& wrlV';broke'
the union tfiat gaye the ' serfs /'at
-,?^^V::^l1t|",g;!chiaiice.;;;,::,. 'XXL'
Wireless ori Canadian "sh^Sij
■'■/" A bill   far«reachmgrnn!its: <effects'
/will be  intr<^uced;tby;the^ ;Hbh. J.!
D. Hazen, Minister of'Marine/ and)
P'^ries,' this Session,Adealing., with'
wireless   teje^rapby.,/'..Carina; yn}{
uo1   ^e.,:bel'il'^-.,'" j J»^9Pting everyi
niodern   method;,to  safeguitrd/ the^
lives o/ passengers; on  ships plying
not only on the high seas but ori;thej
inland waters'.of the 'Dominion.   The
bill; /Will j' pfoyide": priticip/rilfy    thalj
compulsory' wireless be' introduced
on passenger, vessels ..carrying  fifty!
or, more passengers, plying/between
points, situate  more than   two huh-- i
hundred miles apart. .«':      .-"•���■.>;
v In view of the recent lamentable
accldehts botlv'bn the* inland waters
'of' Canada'and' 'the  high   seas, the .)■
general elfect of the^new legislation >
will ,t>e better/under>-too^.; / 'The; on*] p
ly inland.Jake, effected ..in,!Canada, j
will be that of: Superior..    The new! 3
act will  not apply .to coasting vessels, but affects vessels  plying from
trie Maritime   prbvibces   to MexicC;
■ and the Bahamas,"whichTcarry:oh a!
great trade yearly.. ,;        '. ;.fj
;; The, bill will.also provide for-thfe
general regulation; of wireless worik
;in Canada founded! .oh .the. resolutions adbpted at the International
Wireless C6nfeT§nce;^heId,last/jtine!
in London, .when /this;! cpuntry! was
iepresented,Jby.;the^ jDeputy^Minister
provided hiorji- they pjpper'*. niahagie-j
toasting :statibnsi':;vi,^?;'c""t';'. v'-;';.'°:'--.S
. At present wireless' has/ been/ re-|
gulated ;'i>.yja Ringlet chapter; in the|
Telegraphy Act,^pas;sed; .wHejnj-thei
system was^in it^inifiancy^and^wher
there'were/ few';sHti^
'~\\s ^,
."'£;>   '_!J. '-. '-i «,■!;! '■'•;•" %< ■••^■'Yv*\'k-lJ ■ '.I
Statements ma-^^ypafti^ta^tlje^
;; .6^ No Namot.or Tc»«moniaI»^ed-a^oit ^
rnlient No. 16474,, \"The. spota ^uro all
Bono from', my leKB arid a'rmo'iitia ;t fool
good now. I am vary grateful: to you
and uliall novor forget tho favor-your
medicines havo dono for mo.; You- can
ubo my namo In recommondlng It; to
any eufteror. I nm going, to got married aoon. Thanking you once more,
' etc." : •' '.'.,':'.''■
. ■)\vm?it" ■:r>?-«''i3,tfv,fi-■-*''.■*'•• 'Y'.'/ .
-,» ?.$*$ ^TW<> ^QNTHS.| CCEED HIM.
_ Patient No. 10705. Age 23. Single.
Indulged ln,Jmmoral haitB <l years. Deposit 'iR.'.urln-s ...nhdjvaralhai.at night.
yarlcoBe^Xelnsjori boihcislde**; .palhs; In
back, weak^ sexually; " He Writes:^-**l
rocelved,,your letter, of recent date and
lnircply,J;;nn^,,ple'asejd toiiaayythat"after
taking two:t*monthsK treatment I -Wduia
consider myself completely cured, an I
havo seen no signs of them coming
back (one year). ,
PallentNo. 15023. "I have not had
a regular Emission I» don't know when
and, am feeling ^ne; jTho world seems
altogether.different sto;fmo and-I thank
.Qod fpc.dlrcoUng.mo,(,to you., -Youlhaye
been an honest doctor with.mo."        :
;vABicosB 'mast s; cijKEtoYi •4
HCnso No. ifl888,>. Symptoms^ when;h«
stortod t treatmentti-.Ag'o^l, single, In-
fluifrod In Immoral habits"several years.
Varlcoso Veins on both sides—pimples
5pn,tho face, etc. Atter two months'
treatment ho writes as follows:—"Your
rwelcomo  letter to  hand  and am very
?iaa,rto.say lha.t •• think myself cured.
My Varlcoso Veins have completely disappeared for quite a while and It seamsi
,»  P"f°*T. I  work  harder and feel  loss '
, tlred.i ,1 havo no dpslro fop tfiaf habit i
iwhatevor andflf I stay, like thlsJwhich,
I. havo every reason - to '•'■ believe 1^ will.
• Thanking you for your kind attehtloio."
.:,etc.-.-... y ..;-'....■"'.,..'.  ,    .;,•■.,;..-,; ,      ... •,,,'., ■',.
;.-aiuiiiEb.i^rbuNDSiN one month.
rcfl"^11 No- "o^-Thii patient (aged
"..?? nad,° chronic caoe of Nervous De-
illty and Sexual,Weakness and was run
. down »ln« vigor ahd^vltallty.'-.)'-After one
month's treatment he reports as follows:—"I am feeling very well, I have
gained 1*1 pounds in one month, so that
I will have to congratulate you."1 Later
report:—"I am beginning to feel more
like a man. I feel my condition Is
getting better every week." His last report:—"Dear Doctors—As I feeL.thls.Js
.the last month's treatment that I.'will
have to; got. 1 thought at-one ;time I
.would; never bo cured •butSI^putffcon-
ndonce.tlnyou from, the start and'yoti
have cured me."'       '•'.«"> ■ ■ '•••■■■
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Hotel in  Phoenix:   a Newi from !cellar
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tu/e" "possibilities'-f of« wifefesis?
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,., ■ < *
'., ..GunneryIn ijthei/'^pyai |Navy
. > Much; interestcis:being--taken by
.^v •;■'•■■       ■•***•■■        ■.     i
naval men throughout'.the vwbrld in
.    . .        '■.'.-■'". „       4he'tests   hdw  beine carried on   by
da is as unwise as itas useless.  The  .* '' a j:'  -:   w";'■•' r.tl:'°"-"7 ;   ic*" ■   ;-     "5
V, .        ''•..■■       ,     ■•..-■■■■■■:     tbe Admiralty,of the..new-'firje "direcj.
•Porcupine strike.has shown that the L " '•'-':'' -';' J,'■■■_ ■ H\-\■'.'.'"Y" lY"  n"■"■"■*
. •.■••.■■','     ^,, .'.     ■■.--" .tor invented   by Admiral   Sir Percy
importation of the .Thiel men rather / c.   ,  '   ",.-    a      '; •.'■*;''. v.'" -'."   . ; '   t
■\   ,    ■■■;, •'■- I ocott, who first achieved renown by
added to the. .troubles,   and as soon | deVising. tbe  carr;aj£  0n Wfiicll  the
as the provincial   force was, ordered |nava,   ^uns  were! taken ' to'   Ladyf
to take charge peace was almost re-.^^^^ f:i '
, Reports hitherto current, based
on early Jests of Sir. Percy's fire
director had been altogether favor--
ablej   the   invention   being* sajd  to
steam 'itk^Bjyi
James Marshall, Prop;
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■ Ei^*^^i^!^OT^;;|g 'gXXX
stored; Many;of those on, the spot
believe that if. the Theii. men were
at once entirely, withdrawn Chief
Golbeek would very speedily have
•perfect- order and. quietness in the
whole* district. '
Clean I i
our Watchword
jT^The. product;dfthexkVcm dairiesJs 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
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A .^ -    -     Proprietor
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8 y liable C hr 1st mas Gifts
If you would kindly step into this store and see the
Large"'and,Varied Ai?sorLriient of Smokers' Supplies
also the Beautiful Goods suitable  for 'Xmas Gifts..
Tobacco, Pipes and Smokers' Supplies
Stationery, Books, Toys, Brushes, etc.
Did you see our New line of Post Cards.
London Daily News on Carnegie
A.'-'G. Gardiner, editor of the
London Daily News, contributes
to his newspaper a long -character
study of-Mr. Andrew Carnegie, in
which he suggests to that "distributor of surpluses a new way of
avoiding   the   ."disgrace   of dying
rich.;?.:.', j...."' ; '   ';    . _..'..'
Mr. Gardiner, declares that.if Mr.
Carnegie said "the man who dies rich
dies disgraced," the ironmaster himself is iu great danger of dying disgraced. The editor continues:
'■■■ "For so far it is estimated that
he has made no serious breach in
his millions. He has given away
something like 40 -millions sterling;
,bu.t as fast as he dispenses, the balance accumulates. Once, it is said,
lie did seem to be shifting his golden
mountain, but then came an appreciation in his steel .trust securities
and once more lie was foiled.
"It is a pitiful thing to be   struggling uiiavailingly. ■"'■ ■'   ■
"Mr. Carnegie has failed to get
rid of his fortune by building his
fifteen hundred libraries and his six
thousand'church'organs, his palaces
of peace and his institutions, and by
founding his' Scottish university
schemes aiuhhis hero funds in all
countries.' Why:don't he try another? Why don't he spend the rest of
his day's"and his"'resources "m waring against the twelve hour day and
the seven day week of steel -trust?
That trust is the most colossal
monument that the mammon of j
modern industry has conceived. I
"Its capital of $1,400,000,000  is j
have increased the percentage
hits to such a. degree that British
supremacy in gun firing , was
assured, i .     -.;■. - ;■;'•, •;■■.. ■■• -.
■No little surprise, consequently,
has been caused by a/circumstantial
report that in the special tests the
invention has fallen far short ojf
what was expected  and claimed for
it.     .'.-■,-■■
According to the report, the battleships Thunderer and Orion steamed out of Bantry bay in a heavy sea,
tlie former was fitted with the new
invention, while the latter was
equipped with the ordinary naval
fire control. The firing was at a
range of ten thousand yards, and
the Orion completly demolished the
target with her heavy g"uns, while
the Thunderer in the first three
salvos of ten shots each failed to
hit it, although the last two salvos
struck and destroyed it.
In a previous trial, the Thunderer
completely beat the 0ri°", making
fifty per cent or more hits against
the Orion's ten per cent at 10,000
yards in- a hea\w sea.
-'  ./•       ' ^ Dealer;in;Lumber, .Shingles, Lath       / :J
•'V•■"'-:      h:L:an4^&dari:Bciles.: f StulYlLagganYy'^ '■     -■ 1
First-CIass Fir & Tarnarac Wood.
If Tired of Wbod> try -Princeton Coal
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
Christmas Goods Arriving
All the Latest Newspapers, Magazines
Great Northern Railway
Trade Marks
Copyrights Ac.
Anyone sending a dltctnh nnd doncTlptlon may
quickly oaoertnln our opinion froo whether rii
...Invention is probably pntoptable.   Commnnlcn-
tlonsstrlotlyonnnclcnllnl. HANDBQOlTon Pntents
sent free. Oldest npom*y for gecurlnKputonts.
Patents taken through Alunn & Co. receive
tpectal notice, without charge, In the
Scientific American.
A handsomely lllnBtrated weekly. I>arKe»t oir-
cnlotlon of any sclentlllo Journn.1. Terms for
G'nnnda,, $3.75 a year, postage prepaid. Sold by
nil newsdealers.
&Co.?6IBro"^ New York
Branch Oflleo,' 625 F fit, Washlnuton. 1>. C
Reduced   rates   to   all   po'n's   •'*   Ontario,   Quebec,   Nova
Scotia and New Brunswick.
Round Trip, Phoenix to
TORONTO, $92.95   QUEBEC, $102.85
MONTREAL, 97.95   HALIFAX,   Si6.40
Tickets," first-class, on sale December 1st to 31st, liberal
stopover priveleges with three months limit.
In connection with Old Country Steamship tickets, round-
trip tickets to Atlantic Seaboard points on sale Dec. 1st to 31st, at
greatly reduced rates with five months limit.
For full particulars call or address
W. X. PERKINS, Agent
••:; !■:
tnsm *-,-.���*    /  1   IWH  Y.T-- .  jfc^��V      ���������������1  ���"���  ..���-***-  I^W  ; **"  f*">t  ���i%y  fc  *    t*  It    *  Ir  -'I  I i,   ti  fHE   koNElR,: PHOENIX, .'. fefttTISH   COLUMBIA  ���}    i.-*-  GiftScfop the Old Country  } *v   *" vfv Should be mailed now.'   We have many  .'-i Articles /very   suitable   for   gifts,   and  we will attend to the mailing for you.  SOUVENIR PINS, BROOCHES, ETC.,  75c. to $3.50 in Silver  | $3.00 to $10  in Gold  ���5  ���li      t  \    S \ '���"!  i 1 W   ' ^ r  Rings, Lofekets, Chains,  <���'>  BS   "*'v  '    ' .i   *'���"     st'  1    L' :  r    '     *  Avery large variety���Call^and rlook them over.  -\i    * *       . '  ...   f   "    ,      .''S~>    ^��'     >"jS *>'        >  ^JE ArBLAGK ������ Jeweler  AS* ����������,     N*     *  '���*'-       J^'-v 11  XMAS SPECIALS  t  Hein��'�� Mine* M��at,'25c. pop lb.  Kootenay {Brand, Minco Moat, ,71 to. pall, *M.15.  Choioo Eastern Kffgs. ��0c. por dozl  Fancy Oroamory^Buttar, 40c. lb.'** .- ��� - -  Mild Oured MaoJLaron Ohoeso, 35c per lb.  J*'*-'  ,  *"  ���;-!  P. BURNS & CO., LTD.  *����� ^Wfiolesale and Retail-ButchersandProduceMerchants.  *"      '       * �����*<���*��� ,/>t * ^^ **    ^ .. < sSBssSs ^-f*       "J *        *  ^W*^4w*wRHO -; v��i.  ���si  ���?=  ��� S  Jf.1  *��������  il  5,->-**i>j  (*AN?       i^>^   t,�����s.j-    ���*���****������ *��;*���.*       *-   f       ���Vii***?'"  ,7**  ,v*"*p' ''is-r ^  "'l   "'l   ^. J  r   \.-* Is needed^toanyone^that  !   s^as;tested ��the,quality^of  iPHCENIX BEER  i?.  If our Beerwas not first-  ' class in every way J there  would- -be'no use advertising it to the public.  SOB.D ALL OVER THE  BOUNDARY COUNTRY  *      ' 'PHONE 23  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  LIMITED  mmm  I��'�� the CLEANEST. SIMPLEST, and BEST HOME  DYE, ont c��n buy���Why you don't even have to  know whet KIND of Cloth your Goods ere nude  of.--So MiataL.es are Inxpossible.  8rnd for Free Color Card, Story Booklet, and  Booklet Hiving results of Dyeing over other colors.  th* JOimSON-RICHARDSON CO., Limited,  Montieal. Canada.  Dr. de Van's Female Pills  A reliable French regulator; never fails. These  h> ptlls are exceedingly powerful in regulating tho  e generative portion of tho female system. Refuse  , all cheap imitations.  Up. do Van's are sold at  95 a r>ox, or three (or $10.   Mailed to any address.  ffWacobell Dj-tss Co ��� St. Catharines, Ont.  ik  S >  THE WARHING COUGH  THE WEARIN6 ILLNESS  Colds often herald their coming  Vvith a warning cough.  This warning demands instan-  attention.     The   health   is   in  ' danger, the body' is attacked, the  _risk is terrible.    ,,,,,..,  ^ Act on the'first^s^ptoms;     >  Mathieu's Syrup of Tar   and  ���Cod Liver Oil'arrests the  cole'  at once. ��  * Tar and Cod Liver Oil are' tht  great twin agents for cold cures  rhe Tar healing the inflamed pam  and the God Liver Oil building uj.  the whole body.. ��� .  They are combined in Mathieu't-  S y ru p "to produce * marvellous  results.'   Large  bottle 35' cents  1  At ail dealers.  When headache and fever are present with  ��� cold take Mathieu's Nervine Powders to  reduce the fever and nllcy the pain J. I.  Hathleu Co.. Prppsc Sherbrooke. Que.        (B  WINNIPEG STOCK AT    ;  Messrs. Ferguson Bros.  123 Bimniityno A\ 0., Winnipeg, Man.  A Narrow Escape  W. A. Hufty of the local C.P.R.  operating stuff, left for Kaslo, on  Wednesday, to visit his son, Wm.  Hufty, who is a patient in the hospital there, suffering from injuries  sustained in an accident in the concentrator of the Blue Bell mine at  Riondel. According to the latest  report the patient is recovering,  although his injurtes'are both severe  and very painful. From all accounts  Mr. Hufty had a"miraculous escape  from death, his clothing having  caught on a set screw attached to  a rapidly revolving shaft. The additional load, however, caused the  driving belt to leave the pulley and  to this fact he possibly owes his  life.  j   Local and general   j  ��� Geo, Jenka .returned to town on  Wednesday after a few days spent in  Nelson.  Dolls for the girls and monkeys for  the boys. For ^Xinas gifts try Tony  Corvb'.  How about a fancy box of Ganong's  candies as a Xmas present for the girl?  Try'Tony Oervo.       - *' r ' '���      -''  Harry Booth, one of the old-timer's  of thei camp left on Wednesday 'for  the Similkameen, ,    ,  M. Scott, government inspector of  weights and measures, paid a visit to  the burg during the week.  E. J. Campbell, who has been visiting his old home in- the Maritime provinces returned to the camp on Tuesday last. t  W. M. Alnslie, 0.P.1T. trainmaster  of Grand, Forks,'was in town on Saturday irf connection with his official  duties.  For Sale���Mason aud Risen piano;  excellent tone; nearly new. Will be  sold for half its value. Apply Pioneer  office.  A box of Ganong's chocolates make  an excellent Christmas present. Al.  Almstrjom has a splendid assortment  to choose from.  -Mrs. W. D. Wilson and children are  visiting th*> former's parents in Nelson. They willinot return until after  the Christmas festivities. ,   *.  Mrs.H. R. MfcCoskrie and children  left town on Thursday to spend the  Christmas ' festivities with Mr. >Mc*  Coskrie's parents in Spokane.        (  W. S. iBfacy,-whose usual monthly  visit had been deferred on account of  illness, arrived in town on Tuesday  and returned to Spokane.on Thursday.  ��� WVS. Mitchell-,-formerly of Boyles  Bios', diamond-, drill staff in Phoenix,  arrived in town during the week frpm  the Similkameen, and left a day or two  Iater*to join his family in Spokane. ' '  ' M? Grbich, local organizer' for the  Phoenix and Grand- Forks branch of  the.W.F.M., left, on Tuesday'for Fife  and -.Grand Forks, where, he is industriously; engaged inlisting new members loi{ the organization. ,   *  Jos. Iugram, station agent atCoal-  inont aiiived injtown on Saturday and  on Monday 'comirienaed- work' in the  local.depot, wherehe will remain <dur-  iug,th4absence of *W. X. .Perkins who  is spen^mge-tbe, Xutos and New Year  holidays with his-people at Colville,  tit    t.    " 1 j '���' r  Wash.?  ^B. Ji'Patch, representing^the Nelson Dolly News, wis in town'during  the week soliciting new subscribers  for his^paper,-which is offering new  inducements-in the shape of an eX-  celleut^dfctionary... The price of -a  sixteeritoilontb's subscription, together  with the1 dictionary is six dollars. The  NelsontDaily News,enjoys the distinction1 of; being the only live up-to-date  daily in* the province, outside of the  coast cities. <-  To Phoenix Real Estate Suckers.���  Get���'in {on the ground floor. Provide  for your' great- grandchildren. We  have a.-feWextra.ohoice Winnipeg  suburban lots totdispose of; commanding view of^Hudsontoay; icebergs passing every feAv minutes. Our Prince  Rupert' snaps ��� on Vampire avenue  cannot last long. A few plots on  Spion- .Kop, suitable for business  blocks are now:-on the market. Call  when we're out.���Pioneer office.  The headquarters of Santa Claus in  Phoenix is the bookstore. We have a  big assortment of Christmas novelties  and toys, including the latest mechanical playthings. Our airships are the  thing* for the boys. The biggest assortment of sleeping dolls in the  Boundary. Call and inspect our mir-  rorscopes, beats the magic lantern, no  glass slides to break. Our Xmas stock  also includes leather goods, musical  instruments, kodaks, albums, toy  books-, sewing sets, dressing coses and  other articles too numerous to mention. Call and inspect our beautiful  Xmas tree decorations. Almstrom's  the Bookstore.  The coming of America's foremost  character actress, Mrs. Annie Adams,  mother of the famous dramatic star,  is an event which will ,be pleasantly  anticipated by the play going public  of Phoenix. Mrs. Adams is to appear  to-night (Saturday), December 21st, at  the Opera house, in the piece "The  Butler's Secret," written specially for  her by James La ti more Hinirod.  The caste comprises ten persons, and  as the company ai*e carrying their own  scenery, a theatrical treat is assured.   ;  The play unfolds a plot that is at  once decidedly new ; arid intensely interesting, and the leading lady is unusually strongly supported by each  member of - the company. In the unfolding: of an intensely dramatic  theme, the author has-.interwoven,  a  pleasing   and   highly entertaining  sste  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders.      Phone A65  James G. McKeown  vein of fine comedy, which at tho  same time is an important factor in  the building up of the plot.  Miss Etta Murray returned to town  on Tuesday after a visit to relatives in  Spokane.  St. John's church Christmas tree  aud entertainment is arranged for  December 23 iu the Miners' Union  building. ' l     "  The annual Xmas tree aud entertainment in connection with the Presbyterian church will be held in the  church next Monday, Deo. 2H.  The Xmas tree entertainment of the  Methodist Sunday school will be held  on Monday, Dec. 23. Go and hear'the  children sing and recite.  ��� Christmas service will be held in the  Methodist church on Sunday at 7 80 in  the evening; special music. Subject  of address: "Why wo keep Christmas  Day."  ��� Persons desirous of joining the  dancing class of Professor Marks, may  hand iu their names at the Pioneer  office or the secretary of the Miners'  Union. t  The members of the local temple of  Pythian Sisters finished up a busy  evening of initiation, on Thursday, by  indulging in a dance. A few friends  were given invitations and all present  seemed to thoroughly enjoy the affair.  Mra. Knight presided at the piano and  was ably assisted by the violin music  of Chas. Kay.  W. B. Marks, the successful and  popular professor of dancing came into  town on Saturday from Giand Forks.  He intends to commence a course of  dancing lessons and would like all  those 'desirous of taking lessons to  hand in th'eir names at once.' Mr.  Marks spent -the - greater part of the  past summer * and < fall in the district  around Tulameen where Ire has taken  up land' aud is interested in several  likely looking claims. While in the  Tulameen he met' quite a nnmber of  old Phoenicians; among them was the  Bros. Butterworth, who have taken  up land about a mile from Tulameen  city, and the Hon. Joe Thompson, who  has secured an appointment as a dispenser'of thrdatwash and nosepaint.  Joe relieves the monotony with an  occasional chat with a,capitalist to  whom he is a veritable, mine of information on the diamond fields and olivine dikes of the Tulameen. With  thel exception^ of' a' slight eyestrain,  caused; ii)in said,, by his search-for  Koh-i-nors and Cullinans.the popular  old-timer's,shealth is very good., He  goes about unarmed, as usual, and  occasionally "blows* about' his never  having been1 held up.  t iai ���-:   Our Trade Routes Unprotected  In introducing his naval policy  in the House' of Commons, the  prime minister spoke of the inade  quate defence of the empire's trade  routes' as ^''impressive and even  startling." With every available  exertion of' the empire the predominance*1'of Great Britain in the  Mediterranean could not be restored  before 1915 or 1916.  ��� Upon our own coasts, both Atlantic and Pacific, powerful squadrons were maintained twelve years  ago. Today the flag is not shown  on either Seaboard. I am assured  that the aid which we purpose will  enable such special arrangements to  be consummated that without  courting disaster at home, an effective fleet of battleships and cruisers  can ,be established in the Pacific,  and a .powerful squadron can  periodically visit our Atlantic seaboard and assert once more the  naval strength of the empire along  these coasts. I do not forget, however, that it is the general naval  supremacy of the empire which  primarily safeguards the, overseas  dominion. New Zealand's battleship is ranged in line with the other  British battleships in the North  Sea because there New Zealand's  interests may best be guarded, by  protecting the very heart of the  empire.  Mr. Borden laid stress upon the  fact that Canada was hot beginning  a system of regular and periodical  contributions, but was meeting a  graye situation requiring immediate  action |.  The solution of the question of  permanent co-operation, Mr. Borden  declared to be not impossible, "and,  however difficult.the task may be, it  is not the part of wisdom or of  statesmanship to evade it. And so  we invite the statesman of Great  Britain to study with us, this, the  real problem of Imperial existence."  FpZSgZZSgb**  FOR SALE  Team of first class mules for sale,  very quiet. Will, be disposed of separately.���P.  EK-^SS^-zi^ffFiSSS^SSS1  l��-ai��-4rfe^to!Hi��^  ~"  ""  Z&.lZ-<nRiasStl*s61'&\i  AFTER months of planning'and  preparation,    we   are   now  ready to ring  up the curtain  on  our, Winter display   of good  outfitting for  >  Men:  '    We bring you, the best 111  TAILORED CLOTHES  that   money  and   experience  could  secure  There's not a garment we are  not proud  of, and  not  one  we cannot safely recommend.  We can't attract you with figures, for you have heard  tbe  same prices quoted,for years. ,  Come and see our totally different and better Clothes and ;  you'll know exactly what we want you to know. ^        f  Men who incline'tcrthe most exclusive effects in their shirts  -are now given one of the most remarkable buying  opportunities,  ever presented by any store in the country for shirts -of such ex-  cellent quality, design, workmanship and fit. CALL'TODAY.-  THE OUTFITTERS  XMAS SPECIALTIES  JUST ARRIVED���A splendid line b(  Brass Goods, including ���Jarcllhi��r��Sl  Vases, Gongs, Smokers' Sets  Get  an 'Xmas stocking and  Campbell  . Kid for the children.  Phoenix Drug Company  SUOOE88OR8 TO JOHN LOVE  'Phone 16. T. S. Quance, Manager  90=  Stage Line  Phoenix-  Greenwood  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 8.45 a.m. \  �� "      -lower town,   9.00a.m. ^Standard T11  Leave Greenwood 3.00 p.m. ).  PROMPT ATTENTION TO EXPRESS AND FREIGHT  H. IVL LAiNG, Proprietor  ime  THE LATEST DRAMATIC SEN SAT I ON  "TH BUTLERS  #-l��-M9      With an AS8-  1 Star Cast  Indudiner  AMERICA'S FOREMOST CHARACTER ACTRESS  Mrs. Annie Adams  MOTHER OF  VfHr'rv.n ^  ���VMS  Sj? I v      j  Is*: -;���  J."   , y ,-y/t  ��� �����,', i* 1*  v?  & *  ./,*/,<?/'  Jrev'-Ui *���  Ik ^ 1  in f>y* v.  Iif ��� ���*%  1 Bfl *>    " ���  1 ,   .'���*'������  [)  <���&>$*  L     ^ *4vf       "  X   *^*^  ���     ' < '���*  p**$t/��  ��&  m&>. *<&bwmw;z $��&;&:&


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