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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Feb 1, 1913

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Array Devoted to the Interests ofthe Boundary Mining District  FEB "���' tow  The Phobnix  published in  municipality in Cana  altitude, 4,800 ft. The city  has a population of 1,500,  and possesses first-class  hotels, opera house, schools  PHOENIX,  B.C..^SATURDAY,  FEBRUARY 1,  1913"'  Number 29  i  ML,--  jiaipj-  ���  -i  ���v~v'  ���*  I  m  ft  a!-  PRESIDENT NICHOLS  ON GRANBY BOND ISSUE  $5,000,000 to Be Asked for���Redeemable in 10 Years at 105  and Interest.  President Nichols, of the Granby  Consolidated company, has issued  a statement relative to the proposed issue of convertible bonds,  Which says: The bonds will bear  6% interest and" run for 15 years.  A mortgage, covering all mining  and smelting properties in British  Columbia will secure the issue.  Of the $5,000,000 to be asked for,  there will issue at once $1,500,000  to be known as series. "A" for  which stockholders may subscribe  pro rata for cash at par plus accrued  interest.  The bonds will be redeemable  after ten years at 105 and interest.  Provision will be made that 4% retire  annually either by purchase at not  more than 110 or by redemption by  lot at that figure.  The bonds may be converted into  stock at par within ten years. The  $3,500,000 bonds to' be placed in  fhe treasury'may issue as directors  deem advisable, for either property  or cash.  Final estimates are now in for the  new 2000-ton smelter, power plant,  etc., indicating that the cost of the  Hidden creek property and development down to the date of commencing shipments will amount' to  $2,944,554.  Of this, $1,324,554 has been  expended, leaving $1,620,000 to be  expended .during   1913.    ^ Against  yielded a   profit   for  months of $766,054.  During the first week of Janurary  the Granby smelter treated 22,548  tons bfiore of which all but 250 tons  were from" the Granby mines. I*  shipped 348,000- pounds of blister  copper in the same period.  The Granby Consolidated Mining  Smelting & Power Co., Ltd.  NOTICE.  Pursuant to call of the Directors, an  Extraordinary General Meeting of the  company will be held at its branch  office, No. 52 Broadway, New York  City, on Tuesday, Feburary 25, 1913,  at 11 o'clock in the afternoon, to consider and, if deemed wise, to sanction,  either in whole or in part, and upon  such terms as the meeting shall  decide:  (a) The issue by the company of  bonds to the aggregate principal amount  of not more than $5,000,000, at any  time outstanding, secured by mortgage  of all its mining and smelting properties  in British Columbia (including the  Hidden Creek properties), and convertible into ordinary shares of the company  at not less than par;  ' (b) The execution by the company of  a mortgage accordingly;  (c) The increase of the company's  capital stock accordingly from $15,000,-  000., the present amount to be not more  than $20,000,000., by the creation of  new ordinary shares to be reserved in  so far as necessary for issue in conversion of bonds. The register of transfers  will close at 3 p.m. February 11th, and  reopen at 10 a.m. Feburary 26th, 1913.  By order of the Directors,  NORTHUP FOWLER,   '  Secretary.  OVERWHELMING DEFEAT   ��  OF GRAND FORKS SEVEN  Upwards of 750 Spectators Witness Fastest Game of Season-  Speed and Machine-Like Combination of Phoenix Seven  Wins Admiration���Grand Forks Centre Outclassed.  The Granby Consolidated Mining  Smelting & Power Co., Ltd.  Upward-, of 750 excited spectators crowded the skating rink on  Monday to witness the trial of skill  between the crack teams of this  city and the Forks. The visitors,  who previously had won two straight  games from the locals arrived flushed with victory, but as they discovered later, conditions had radically changed since the preyious  meetings, the locals having' practiced continuously and re-arranged  their ranks. The contest throughout was remarkable for speed and  cleanliness, not a dull moment  marking the three periods, the two  teams moving with machine like  precision over the ice. Combination was the order in the Phoenix  ranks and the rule "was rigidly adhered to. The play of^the Phoenix  line-up was such that to palicularize  an individual would work an injustice on the rest and the general  opinion prevails that the conduct of  all left little to-be desired.  The new goal guardian, Mitchell,  is a distinct acquisition, and proved  a tough nut for the visitors to crack.  He was, however, ably assisted by  Neil and Davidson,. making in all  a difficult defence to break through.  ,howed   a considerable im-  gave Mitchell ati opportunity to  keep from freezing; his defence was  a fine exhibition and the attempt  failed. Immediately afterwards a  similar scene took place at the  opposite end and on a .'pass from  Sayers, McKelvey sent the puck  with great speed into the visitors'  net. McQua soon after tried'Mitchell and although the latter made a  good attempt to save the effort  was futile. McKelvey again scored,  this time with a dangerous high  sjiot. Play to the end centred  very much in the red and white  territory and the second series  showed a score of 5-2 in favor,of,  the home bunch  Phoenix First Ski Tournament  The ski-ing tournament arranged  by the Phoenix Ski club,'on Sunday  brought out a very large proportion  of the population of the camp, besides attracting a number of others  from Greenwood and dutlying  points. The finest of weather was  also experienced. An unfortunate  delay in commencing, however,  made the time for the competition  rather late and there being no such  personage as a Joshua on hand to  keep the sun over the Granby glory  hole, a large number hurried to  their homes to thaw out their frozen  extremities. The   cause  of  the  delay, we understand, was the  simple fact that sunshine on a ski  course is not a condition desired by  gentlemen who go aeroplaning on  skis. The ski boys turned out in  strong force and much interest was  shown in the proceedings. The  powdery state ofthe snow made the  jumpers' task no easy one as many of  the^competitors found out,   who   by  B.C. COPPER OFFICIALS  GIVEN "SBND-OFF"  '..��'  Supt. E. Hibbert Severs Connection with company���Leaves  for Sudbury, Ont.  ,,...; chance'miscalculated or   slipped   on  The teams   entered  tor the third \\  V          .                c    ���    ?  ,     ,.        ..,..     ���. anding.   Jn spite of  all,   however,  and   final   stage    ooking   little   the, * .     *    '..    *  .                                '  ,                        b        ,           ,    ,         cc some first-class  jumps were record-  Worse for wear  and  on the race-on -  u ed,    th".    average    among   the   six  principal    winners   being   68   feet.  The   actual   distance      was   much  further,   but   owing   to   the   rules  which   governed    the   contests     a  jumper must land   standing   and   in  default,   a  certain   number  of feet  were deducted from his count.  Grand Forks, as usual, raced for  the Phoenix end, where some fine  checking came off, but no scores.  From now on the game was decided  on the visitors' ice. McKelvey commenced the scoring and was followed by McQua. A feature of the  final stage" was a surprising shot  by Neil from centre ice which sent  the local score up another point.  The last few minutes saw some  sprightly  hockey,. and Lynne,, 'Mc  E. Hibbert, supt. of the B.C.  Copper company's big Mother Lode  property, who resigned the appointment some time ago, and has accepted another such responsible  position at Sudbury, Ont., was tendered a farewell "smoker" on Wednesday last, in Greenwood. Friends  from all -over the Boundary district  and as far as Rossland were in attendance. Song, speech and story  enlivened the gathering. F. Keffer,  engineer and geologist of the company presided, and was among the  many speakers who testified to the  sterling worth of the departing  mine supt., whose indefatigable activity on behalf of the company has  been fruitful of such splendid results. The other principle speakers  were Oscar Lachmund, the new  general manager of the B.C. Copper, Mayor Deschamps of Rossland,  who reminded the assemblage that  Mr. Hibbert was at one time a resident of that camp and where also  he had still many warm friends,  Judge Hallett, Dr. Maclean and  Mr. Bell. Mr. Hibbert, in reply to  the many felicitous expressions,  thanked   them   all   for   their   kind  i  An   interesting   feature   was   the  jumping by the small  boys,   one  of|wishes, remarking that the Bound-  them Oscar Vick, age   11,   clearing |ary   district   would    always   evoke  a distance of 33 feet.      Previous  to (pleasant  memories   with   him   and  .**    "     "     .   r-i___   _i_,��;,.rh   nlav  I the ski events, the eight   mile- race I command his interest. ., Mr. Hibbert  Gresror and  l^larKe, aitnougn   piay-i .   i  , > -  !"__.:_: 0^,0��,HiPmSeWeslfor    the    Boundary     ch&mpionshipUs    aiso    accompanied  by    Messrs.,/  took,  place,    the    trophy   being    a!  Sayers   showed   a  provement and  did  yeoman service ^  on the left wing,  while   Moore  on Hng a losing game threw themselves  the opposite side accomplished someFihto the   contest with   a,will, ijut in  .41  H'h'II  amount which we "helieVei-greater  in tonnage and far greater in values  than the total amount so far mined  from all our properties. Operations  - at Grand WdrkBkk&dKPhocnix  have  11th.' - ] special,   the    Phoenix   band   added  The transfer books of  the  company  conM-derab|y to the  evening's enter-] the score, period of p/ay add expired j  will close at �� p. m., Feburary 11th, and I tR.ament      faut   omitted    the   time- j time which was ���installed at the rink l  re-or^nlOa.m.Febur^^th.^S.       ^^   ^   me/  dy   of   ,.See   the   Ias\ week,'proved a P^eat   success,  NOW Sec^r.-"/Conquering- . 'Hcr_e<   Come,"   but   ��,___*>��� actual practice at'Monday _j��  no  doubt   we   shall   hear  it   at   the J match. The    idea    was    at    first I  next match. /suggested fay O. B. Smith   and   the  Opinion among- local fans on the / construction ably carried out by A.  result is somewhat divided, the j Hillier, assisted by Wm. Hower. .A  great majority attributing the re- \ reference to the indicator enables  verse    to     the  hockey   of    the     Phoenix    artists,  while a small and somewhat critical  while   E.  watch.  The following were adjudged  (Continued on Page 4)  the/     There   are   three  logging   camps  within  four miles of Beaverdell.  T  Watch this  Next Week  for  opecicLl  Bargainsl!  superior all-round | the spectators to tell at a glance the  position of the opposing teams,  such as the score, period of play  and expired time, and as the device  is operated by the official timekeeper all doubts as to the score,  etc., will have be n ended.  MAKZN  coterie place the blame on the forward meml crs of the Grand Forks'  hue up, which they appear to think  was surprisingly weak and in many  instances 'slow in following the rubber. Some considerable praise is  also bestowed on McGregor, several  of ��� whose temptiug passes Lynne  seemed to be unable to make anything good of. Mann and Ouinn  played a good game, but the king  pin of all and the busiest man  was Clarke, the visitors' net tender.  Play started strong at ten past  nine and some clever and speedy  stunts.were witnessed for close on  ten minutes, Neil and Davidson  watching closely the movementsiof  McGregor and Ware, who were repeatedly on the aggressive. Swift  and prolonged visits were also paid  to the visitors' end and the attention  of Clarke was incessantly required  in repelling shots from the forward  line of the locals. After fifteen  minutes of strenuous hockey, McKelvey found himself in possession  of the elusive puck on a neat pass  from Moore, and made the best use  of it by recording the first goal of  the game. A few minutes from  time Bassett caught on avid without  the formality of passjn^ sent it past  Clark into the net. Lynne and Ware  now seemed to become alive to the  situation and   started   off on  a visit  to the Phoenix end, the result of the  trip being a successful shot by  Lynne on a pass from Ware, making the score for the first period 2-.1  in favor of Phoenix.  The  second    series    commenced  With a mid on the Phoenix end   and  Hockey League Schedule  Grand Forks at Phoenix . . . .Jan. S  Grand Foiks won from Phoenix. Score. 7-1  Phoenix at Grand Forks. . . .Jan. 13  Grand Forks won from Phoenix. Score, 7-1  Greenwood at Phoenix Jan. 17  Phoenix won from Greenwood. Score. 10-1  Phoenix at Greenwood Jan. 21  PhocUix won from Greenwood. Score. 5-4  Greenwood at Grand Forks.Jan. 24  Greenwood won from Grand Forks, score. 'J-d  Grand Forks at Phoenix. . . Jan. 27  Phoenix won from Grand Forks, score. 7-JI  Grand Forks at Greenwood.Jan. 30  Grand Forks won from Greenwood, score. S-l  Phoenix at Greenwood Feb.    3  Phoenix at Grand Forks.... Feb.    7  Greenwood at Phoenix Feb.  11  Greenwood at Grand Forks. Feb. 14  Grand Forks at Greenwood . Feb. 18  Boundary Ore Tonnages  Following are the returns of tlie  output of the Granby mines and  smelter for the week ending Jan.  26th, and the B.C. Copper company  for the week ending Jan. 19th, and  year to date:  Granby 24,189  Mother Lode    5,642  Rawhide       406  Napoleon       391  Queen Victoria. .. .       679  Others  59  SMELTER TONNAGES  Granby 24,415  B. C. Copper Co... 11,291  114,039  32,784  19,304  3,311  2,798  502  ipHE men who are  winning- applause  these days by ''Making- Good" are as a  rule, men who look their part as well as do  their part.  Proper attention to attire is a duty every  man owes to himself. We assist men to  dress well and dress correctly.  This season the task is easier of accomplishment than ever before, because wc have  behind us Clothes of Quality, merit and reputation.  This store lays its emphasis on QUALITY,  for  are built on honor and sold on honor. The  wear value is in them, and with wear value  goes the comfortable feeling- of being- neatly  and well dressed.  We're Always at Your Service.  Vast  deposits   of  copper  ported   to have   been   discovered  the White river country.  ��� H"t-CT���l_-ITt PIONEER,    PHOENIX,   BRITISH  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  Hall, MoIIale Block.  Palmer J. Cook,  Jas. E. Carter, \ W.M.  Secy.  P        HI        L      _ II     It   '   I I  .    .  I. O. O. F.  Snowshoe Lodge  No. 46  Moots every Monday Klvcning at  Miners' Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited'.  / , .Walter Ross, Noblo Grand.   ,  Dan Paterson, Fin. Secy. '  Sam McLeod, Reel Secy.  Daughters of Rebekah  Phoonix Lodge No. 17  Meets in   tho   Minor*'   Union   Lo<lgo  Hall First and Third Wednesdays  ���   Mrs. HossioBubh, Noblo Grand.  Mrs. Efllo Marshall, Socrotary.  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES  Quite Unnecessary  Edmonton,   Alta.,-Jan. 30���Bis-,  hop Stringer of the Yuk'ondiocese,  the largest in the dominion, who  is  returning to his  post  in   the  north  country, announced today that Rev.  W. H. Fry and twelve  natives   are  on the way  to  Coronation   Gulf,   a  thousand, miles   east  of  Herschell  Island, near the mouth ofthe Copper  Mine river, to visit a tribe of white  Eskimos discovered by Steffansson,  an explorer.    It'is expected that the  party will reach the gulf next October, before the close  of navigation.  The bishop has no doubt there   are  other tribes of Eskimos   in   the , far  north.     He was stationed  on   Herschell island  seven  years  and   has  been as   far  north   as   73   degrees-  latitude  on   a whaling trip. At  times   the   thermometer   registered  69  below.       He   has   also   visited  many  hitherto   unknown   places   in  northern   Canada,   suffering   hardships, and   endangering   his   life   on  numerous occasions.  MILLIONS FOR EDUCATION  IN BRITISH COLUMBIA  Total Enrolment in Province, 50 170���Number of Pupils in Schools  and Colleges Nearly Doubles in Five Years���Grand Total of  '   Money  Expended Last Year Reaches $3,882,488���  Government Has Surplus of $1,054,378.  (Special to Phoenix Pioneer)  ,   Phoenix Aerie No. 158  Meets in Union Hall, Friday Evenings.  .Visiting brothers are always welcome.  Quitman Woitic, W. P.  T. B. Cosgrove, W. Secy.  K. of P. Lodge,  No. 28  Phoenix,  B.C.  Harry Rattenbury, an actor,  known thiough'out the United States  and Canada because of his former  connection with prominent players,  was ordered by magistrate Worsley  === | of the Royal North West Mounted  Police to leave the Dominion within  forty eight hours following pleas ' of  guilty to a score of charges of^h'eft.  He started southward immediately.  Meets Tuesday Evening at 7.30.  Sojourning brothers cordially wel  corae'd.'  J. E. Caktek, K. of R. S.  A. F. Geddes, C. C.  PYTHIAN SISTERS  Mountain Temple Lod&e No. 17  Meets in Pytliian Hall, Lower Town '  _ trst and Third Thursdays.  Mis. May Aimstrom ,       Mrs. A. _. McKenzie  JVlay Al:  M.K.C.  M.R.C.  Every Woman  b Interested ind should know  ���bout Ihe wonderful      ,,  HASVEL Whlilinc Spray  The new Vaginal Syringe.   Best  ���Most comnleat.   It deuwet  Uutnttly. -  Ask your  ' tfct"  If he cannot supply the  MARVEL accept no oil  but send stamp tor Illustrated  boot���sealed   It gires full partle<  ulars and directions invaluable to  WINDSOR SUPPLY CC,  Windsor. Ont.        -   General Agents fotf.  I'i'jrJ'f <���   1"    ��� ..  VX'.'t 'J -U-"  DO  YOU  WANT TO  Press Gallery, Victoria, Jan. 30���  The session of the Provincial House  that has just  opened gives promise  of being both short and uneventful,  there  being  few  contentions measures on   the  sessional programme,  and only the two Socialtst members  Messrs Williams and Place, to offer  perfunctory  criticism  if there  were  any.    Five weeks  at  most should  see the order paper cleared and prorogation taken.    A measure providing for further Canadian Pacific extensions, the revision ofthe Municipal Act, taxation reforms  including  the   abrogation   of   the   obnoxious  poll tax, provision   for  an   increase  in   the    number    of   judges,    and  amendments   to the   lands,   water,  public schools, highway and   health  acts will furnish the  chief governmental   business   , of   the   session,  together     necessarily      with     the  passage of the estimates.  The    members   and   well   .filled  galleries  on    Friday   listened   with  interest to the initial^ contribution to  the first debate of  the  session,   the  moVer and seconder of reply  to  his  honor's formal address at the opening    of     parliament     being     Mr.  William   Man'son     of Skeena  and  Mr.   J.   G.   C.   Wood   of Aiberni.  It had been expected that  Mr.   W.  J. Manson,   who  sits  for  the  premier's old constituency of Dewdney  would move the reply.    The  hjOnor  was all in the family  however,   and  for upwards of an   hour  the  representative    of    Skeena   exhibited  a  close acquaintance   with   provincial"  conditions an'd  the  causes   of pro-  .  MAKE MORE MONEY  gress,  while     he     reviewed  in  \; ' i*  -.��-.<        A-.  _��� ;  ���IN placing your Newspaper Advertising,  place the greatest value on the paper with the  greatest influence on its readers.  TIT  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 hot ycl become popular, but  the day is not far distant when this will be one  ofthe main features of Newspaper Advertising.  In the meantime business men, who have faith  inequality, are reaping huge returns.  lit  . 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 con-  stituency is the Boundary district.  11"!  The way Lo 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.  nt  We use the most modern type and mach-  inery money can-buy, combined with thorough  workmanship���a combination which enables us  to do the best work at a moderate cost.  The PHOENIX PIONE  $2.00 per year, in Advance: $2.50 per year, United States  detail, and with the support of many  pertinent figures, the financial and  'industrial, progress of British  Columbia today. Mr. Wood while  showing slight nervousness, for  which a new member may easily be  fdrgiven, gave a short speech in  Which considerable originality and  7 thought were evidenced, making a  j distinctly favourable impression upon  j his fello'w members and giving f  I promise 6f developing into an ex-  I ceedingly useful representative of  I the people of his constituency.  In addition to the cratorical feature of tlie first day of Parliament,  the formal resolutions were agreed  tb re-investing Mr. Hayward of  Cowichan w_ith his dignities as  deputy-speaker and Mr. MacGowan  (fourth member for Vancouver)  with the chairmanship of the committee of ways and meaus. D. M.  Eberts, K.C., was re-elected speaker of the House.  'In his speech from the throne,  the Lieut.-Governor touched briefly  upon the prevailing satisfactory conditions throughout the province,  both financial and industrial, the  visit Jast summer of the Duke and  Duchess of Connaught, the mission to  Ottawa of the-premier and attorney-  general and the satisfactory results  to be expected from it, the rapid  and substantial progress of railway  construction and the possible, further extension of colonization  lines already provided for, the  comprehensive investigations and  informative reports of the taxation, municipal and Doukhobor  commissions, and legislation naturally to be looked for based upon the  recommendations of these bodies,  the inquiries now being prosecuted  by the agricultural, labor and milk  commissions, the proposed establishment of an independent audit  branch, the necessary amendment  of various provincial statutes. The  possibility of further university  legislation as well as of legislation  necessitated by prospective increases  in the judiciary, . and the intention  to create a public park at Mount  Robson as well as of developing a  similiar provincial park at Kaien  Island near Prince Rupert.  The public accounts for the last  fiscal year, which were presented  by the minister of finance, Price  Ellison, on the opening day, show  the   satisfactory   condition   ot   the  province's' business and its substantial   growth    during    the    twelve  months under  review,   an  increase  of revenue over that of the preced  ing year  of $252,816.55  being   re,  corded,   while   the  increase 'in  the  aggregate  of public   expenditures,  keeping pace sympathetically   with  the growth ^and development of all  parts of the province; amounted to  $2,944,221.40, the grand totals for  the contrasted   periods of the last  three fiscal periods being as follows:  Net  revenues:  1909-10,   $8,874,-  741.84;    1910-11,    $10,492,892.27;  1911-1912, $10,745,708.82.  Net expenditures: 1909-10, $6,-  382,993.27; 1910-11, $8,194,802/25;  $1911-12, $11,189,024.55.    ���  At the close of the fiscal year the  balance sheet of the, province showed a total of provincial assets over  all liabilities of $1,054,378.82.  The forty-first report upon the  work of the public schools of British  Columbia, which was also tabled is  eloquent testimony not only to the  activities of this important department, but also to the rapidity of  provincial growth, both rural and  urban. At the close of the school  year, on June 30 last, the total enrolment ' in all British Columbia  schools'and colleges was 50^170, an  increase over the previous year of  5045. In 1907 the total enrollment  was but 30,039, showing that the  school- population must have almost doubled within half a decade.  The expenditure for education  proper, shows in comparison with  similar "expenditure last year and  five years ago was: 1907, $407,937.-  85; 1911| $716,733.59; 1912, $876,-  415.08., The cost of new schools,  furniture, repairs and'improvements  generally for school property, within  a' twelvemonth, just five years ago,  was $65,892.74, and the total cost  totthe province for all purposes of  education: Education proper, $407,-  BAKING POWDER  A pure, healthful, Cream of  Tartar Bakittg Powder  When buying an article of food you are  entitled to know exactly what you are buying  ���its quality and ingredients.       \  If this information is refused don't buy it.  .    , Some of the low grade baking powders are  advertised, but the ingredients of the powders  are scrupulously concealed.  A housekeeper would not use a baking powder containing alum if she knew it.  It is well when buying to examine  the label on the can. Unless it shows the  ingredient cream of tartar, don't buy it.  '    Dr. Price's baking powder is absolutely free from alum. ^  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta., the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories and in a portion of the  Province of British Columbia, uiay 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 foi  shall be fataked out by the applicant  himself. "        <  COPPER  '        The Now Edition of tho  COPPER HANDBOOK  Each application must bo accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not  937.85; Department of Lands and available, but not otherwise. A royalty i __c ooi *ta . - - I ty shalrbe puid on the merchantable  Works,   $65,892.74;   and   paid   to J output of the mine at the rate of five  various    districts     to    make   gaodl veSjif Pev ton-  **   , The person operating  loss'es   in   taxation   through   the re-  furnish the Asrent with  taxation through the reduction of assessment values by the  courts of revision, $777.52; a total  of $474-,608.11, or a per capifa cost  for enrolled pupils of $13.57 per  annum���on average daily attendance, $2CL37.  For the last year under review,  the grand total cost to the province  of  education   was  $1,151,714.40���  1  $876,415.08 being for education  proper, and $275,299.62 disbursed  through the Department of Public  Works���or a per capita cost on enrollment of, $17.47, or' $23.32 oh  actual daily attendance. In addition to the provincial cost of education there was expended during the  last school year, in excess of the  per capita grants from the treasury,  by cities, rural municipalities and  other school districts, $2,730,777,  bringing the grand total cost of  education in British Columbia for  the year up to 3,882,488 dollars.  The grand total cost for 1910-11  was 2,641,522 dollars.  the mine shall  furnisfi the Agent witK sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and. pay the  noyalty 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 only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available  surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at the rate of $10.00 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department.of thevInterior, Ottawa,  or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of-Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���Unauthorized > publication  of  this advertisement will, not be paid .for.  Tbe Imperial government's attention has been drawn to the increasing immigration of British agriculturalists to Canada and Australia.  ��k  mmmm  �������� the CLEANhST. SIMPLEST, and BEST HOME  DYE, one can boy���Why you don't oven li'.ve to  know what KIND of Cloth yourGoor'i aro nude  of.-.So Mlatakea are frapoaslblc.  Send lor Free Color Card, Story Booklot, r nd  Booklet ulvlnc results of Dyeln(c ovr' < ther   olora.  The JOHNSON-RICHARDSON C        "���.   t.  Montical, Canada.  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,     t  Knob HilJ Ave.        Phoenix, B.O.'  iust published, in Vohinio X. for Ihe yenw HH0-  1911, and requited nearly ciKlitccu months in  preparation.  IT HAS 1902 PAGES  containing nearly one nnd u. half million wortlH,  or about twice an much matter its the Bible? -  There are _ chapter*, and the book covors tho  Copper Industry of World  The book rorers Copper History. Geolojrj',  Gcojrraphj-. 1'hcniu.try, Mineralogy, Mining  Millhip;, I.cachinjr. Smelting, Refining, Brands,  Grades Impurities,'Alloys U^cs,-Substitutes,  Terminology, pepout*. by Dis-trictH. State?.  Countries and Continents; Mines in Detail.  Statistics of Production, Con��umptiori, Imports  Exports, Finances, Dividends, etc.  Val. X of the Copper Handbook lists and  dcsciibcs. '  8,1,30 Mines i Companies  thcHO descriptions ranging from 2 to 3 lines, in  the ca��e of a. dead company. In whioh cnt>o  reference is made to n preceding edition giving  'n fullertlcKcription, up to 21 ���pnge^'iifltB'Aronso  of the Anaconda, which produces one-eighth of  the copper supply of the world. Thepchaptor  giving mine descriptions, which lista the largest  number of mines and companies ever giVen in  any work of reference on mines or.mining investments, has been p "'': ���'.'*,'������."'  Fully Revised,   i  The new edition of the Copper Htufdbook is A  dozen books in one, covering all phases of the  copper industry of the entire world.   It is used  a�� the _       . ( ' ij  World's Standard Reference Book on Copper  by'the Atanagowf ot tho mines that make lilnety-  ^* r1fM per cent, of tlio"-world's output of copper,  and ih used in every civilized country of tho  globe    It is filled with FACT* vlUtl im  portance tO '������:  TH1. INVESTOR  ���   '���;__._ SPUClILATOK '.:  THK JflNKB  ��� '���{ ���  I t/E CONSUMER /  -    Tire METAIyLUlXGIST  WRITE NOW to tho editor and publisher.  RECO STEAM LAUNDRY  Don't worry ubout your washing,  juat hend your clothes to the  Luundry. We will wash, starch,  and iron them, and return them  ready for u.se.  LSADLEH'   AND   GENTS'   SUITH  CLEANED AND PRESSED.  HORACE J. STEVENS  IKl TKMPliK  HUlliUI.Va,' HOUGHTON  MICH., U.S. A.  A Trial Solicited.  ptorne SO.  Dominion Ave.  iSJectric Restorer for Men  DhmznnoHoS restore every nerve in the body  rnoapavaOB ta ltf proper tension; restorw  vTm and vitality. Premature defiayutt]rt 1,stxual  tAaboMS averted at once. JE1**_qiibo_l? *^iM  mSeyou a new man Prico J8 a box. ottwoioj  IS.   wZSadtpaayatfdwsa. *UcSoo_i>n��a-t!8  LIVER PILLS  banish headaches���^  that tired, listless feeling, by livening up the  liver and removing  biliousness. Goodfbr  the   stomach    too.  25 cents a bos  Aojrthina;  jfpu buy  with th*  UJIW  1  i  Sold -ncl <juariDte��d bv    '   &3G  S _______!  .____  ^wjgy,1;  THE    PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLTJMBIA.  ��A Human Match Factory*  ���"������^������al,*���"^�������������BB_��M_____B_B_��_mni��__BPl  /  The body contains phosphorus sufficient to make 483,000 matches. Phos-  Enorus Is one of fourteen elements composing the body���divided among  ones, flesh, nervous system and other organs. The perfect health of body  requires a perfect balance of the elements. These elements come from the  food we eat���the stomach extracts and distributes them. *  But if stomach is deranged���the balance of health is destroyed and the  blood does not carry the proper elements to the different organs, and there  is blood troubled-nerve trouble-heart trouble. Pain is the hungry crv of  starved organs. Put the liver, stomach and organs of digestion, and nutri-  tion into a condition.of health. ^That Is just what is done by  , DR. PIERCE'S  GOLDEN   MEDICAL   DISCOVERY  which has been so favorably known for over 40 years. It is now put ud in  tablet form, as well as liquid, and can be obtained of medicine dealers  everywhere or by mail by sending 50 cents in lc stamps for trial box-  address R.V. Pierce, M. D��� Buffalo, N.Y  THE COMMON SENSE MEDICAL ADVISER  Home Fbysiclan-SendgO, Xc stamps to R.V.Plercc,Bu_alo;N.Y.  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  issued weekly  at Phoenix. British Columbia  Subscription, 2.00 per year  2.50 to United States.  G. Kay, Publisher.  ADVERTISING SCAMS  Application for LiquorLiconco (HOdayM ..$5.00  Certificate of Impz-ovement notico (00 days) $7.50  Application to Purchase Land noticoH (60 days)   .'....$7.60  Delinquent Co-owner iioUcch (00 days) ... .$10.00  Small Water Notices (30 dayb)  $7.50  All other legal advertibin., 12 cents a ljne,  single column, for tho first insertion; and 8  cents a lino for each subsequent insertion, nonpareil measurement.  ernment. The Minister of Interior  heartily approved and the 'necessary  order has now Been issued.  ' ill Queen's Hotel  COMPLETELY REFURNISHED AND  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 is  the most centrally located hotel in town.  Bar Stocked with Best Wines, Liquors, Cigars  ^  Saturday, Feb. 1, 1913  Chisholm & Hartman, Props  , FIRST STREET AND KNOB HILL AVENUE  A  Your Milk Supply  Should come from healthy and vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  manner Separated Cream insures purity and  quality. The Dairy produces both.  THE  DAIRY      J. W. Han nam, Prop.  A Leprous Knight  Although some little objection has  been raided in Canada1 to the acceptance   by   Canadians   of  titles,   the  most radical opponent of the system  .jWill   find   little   to   object'to   if  the  |cases singled   out for Royal notice  bore   the   stamp   of  merit- as   that,  covering   the     distinction    recently  conferred   by   rjis   Majesty  on   Dr.  George Turner,  a British physician,  resident in South Africa.      The circumstances surrounding this particular  case  are  unique, and never has  iin honor been conferred under such  pathetic   circumstances.      Here   we  have a man among men, entitled to  wear the   insignia  of  a knight, and  instead   of graceing   the  halls and  drawing rooms of the highest in the  land we   find   him  in   a   little world  of his own, isolated from the the rest  of'he world, smitten with one of the  worst diseases thac flesh is heir to���  leprosy���contracted while in charge  ot   the   leper  asylum    at   Pretoria,  South   Africa.     All   honor   is   due  the   memory    of   the   late   Father  Damien,     whose     life    and   death  among   the    leper    outcast   sent "a  thrill   through   ;he   civilized world,  but the  case  of Sir George Turner  is   different,   for   while,   the  former  lingered among them for the princi  pie purpose  of offering   the. solace  of religion, the latter was busily en  i  Winter Clothinj  Overcoats,  Mackinaws, Underwear,  Rubbers, Hats, Caps, Mitts,. Gloves  Jaegers' Pure Wool Specialties  What Others Have Done  The Colonist has rendered a  service   to   all    who   favor   Canadian  support   to   Imperial    defence     by  collecting and publishing the   exact  value   of the   contributions   of the  different sections ofthe  empire, to  the upkeep of the British navy.    To  summarise, New Zealand  gives  an  annual   contribution   of  $1,000,000  in addition   to   a  gift  of a   battle-  cruiser and three destroyers costing  $13,000,000.      Australia  hai  contributed^!,000,000 a year  for   the  past decade and  has   now  donated  a   fleet   unit   to   cost  $20,000,000.  South Africa gives $425,000 a  year  and is talking of special   contribution.     Newfoundland   has   risen   to  the modest donation  of $24,000  a  year.     India has contributed $830,-  000 a year.    Comparing these   with  Canada's proposed contribution, we  find that the  $35,000,000  proposed  to   be   expended  on   dreadnoughts  will cost at four per   cent.   $1,400,-  000 a year.    This is equal to a contribution of \7%   cents, per   capita.  New , Zealand's     contribution      is  $1.50   per   capita;   Australia's   75  cents, whilst   the   United  Kingdom  has to bear a levy   of  no   less   than  $5 per head per-annum.      And   yet  there are some people who say that,  'Canada has risen   to   the   occasion!  Such people should at least bear   in  mind that if the three dreadnoughts  proposed   to   be    "lent"    will    cost  Canada $1,400,000   per  annum   for  interest, they, will cost the people of  Great Britain $9,000,000 per annum  to maintain.  SOWING HIS WILD OATS  REAPING A HARVEST OF SORROW  How many young me_  can  look back' on  t_eir  early life and regret their  misdeeds.   "Sowing their  wild oats" in various ways.  Excesses, violation of nature 's laws, "wine, women  and song"���all have their  victims.     _k>u have re-  formed but what about the  eeed you have sown���what  v-:..��_______H   |[g|jf.,     /OTV  \__<__      about the harvest?   Don't  trust to luck. If you are  at present within the  clutches of any secret habit  which is sapping your life  by degrees; if you are suffering from the results of  past "indiscretions; if your  blood has been tainted from  ,     ���    . ��� ������r��� -._,-_-' any private disease and you  dare not marry; if you are married and live in dread of symptoms brealune  out and exposing your past; if you are suffering as the result of a misspent"  life���ORS. K. & K. ARE YOUR REFUGE.    Lay your case before  tliem confidentially and they will tell you honestly if you are curable.   ���  YOU CAN PAY WHEN CURED  _.��^fSTrBft..and Cure VARICOSE VEINS, NERVOUS DEBILITY.  BLOOD W URINARY COMPLAINTS, KJDNEY^ndBLADDER d��  eases and all Disease. Peculiar to Men. �������__���* w  CONSULTATION FREE.   Bocks Fre. o. __._,.. o* Mm.  U omU. to cD. write  foraQnottioaBUnkfor   HOME   TBEATMENT. ^  Dps KENKEDY&KENNEDY  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griswold St., Detroit, Mich.  'NOTICE ,-AH letters from Canada must be addressed to our  - , T, mtmfm^mmm ' Canadian Correspondence Department in Windsor,  r��?r ���_ you deslre to see us personally call at our Medical Institute In  ���uetroit as we see and treat no patients in our Windsor offices which are  used for correspondence and laboratory for Canadian business only.  Address all letters as follows:  DRS. KENNEDY A KENNEDY, Windsor. Oat.  Write for our private address.  zm  5=p_e  Starvation Wages for Girls '  Mayor Baxter, the newly-elected  chief magistrate of Vancouver struck  a splendid chord the other day in an  address before the "Young- People's  association" of that city. "Good  Citizenship," was the subject ofhis  discourse and the worthy', head  of .Vancouver's civic government  denounced  in   unsparjng   terms the  Hotel Brooklyn  The Only First-Class and Up-To-Date  Hotel in Phoenix.     New from cellar  to roof.    Best Sample Rooms in the  .    Boundary,   Opposite    Great   Northern  ' '   Depot.      v ,'.-     .Modern Bathrooms.  STEAM, HEATED.  James Marshall, Prop.  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix, B.C.  _  :/*-  ��� ,^    ..������ ..j  ....     uenounceu   in   unsparing   terms  tne  gaged  in   an   heroic  and   well-nigh I cheap  skate   merchants  of   our big  hopeless effort  to   find aLremedy for I cities who are waxingJ'at^at.the'ex-  that" scourge, of mankind:.' Amongj'peiisg ,of  theirV pobrly-paid    fer"^  his charges, we are told,'were many   employees.     ."Much  ofthe imi  leprous children,   by whom he   was  almost worshipped.    Could   human  sacrifice go any   further?     "Greater,  - -,,-{> 'WW&- '$ atf-'u  female  employees. ."Much of the'immorality ofthe city," said Mr.' Baxter,  "is directly caused by this, condition  of affairs.     Stores   and .shops  I _V5w, &*o3 _<2S!_  i*s  ^  tys?  ��� ���"�����- &" _ujr    ._._.v... v..k��.v.,  ot annirs.      oiuiea   _mu .anujjsp  u.  I love hath no man' than he who layj>\���pay starvation wages should not re-  I down his   life   for   his   friend, " says / ceive   the   patronag'e   of decent pe'o-  [ the Master,'but   in  this sordid com-j pie."     It   is a   pity   that the mayors  I tnercial-ridden    age    there    will    be/0'fmapy0f   our   other large centres  many to admit that Sir George's life I do not take,a   similar stand   as that J  [of isolated loneliness   is "more in the I 0f Mayor Baxter,   for-while his own  'nature of a living death, and if it be|cjty is a  particularly  flagrant offen-j  'SOLE AG-^TS'JF6RrPRiNCETON COAL  Dealer in Lumber, Shingles; Lath   ,  -   and Cedar Poles.      Stull Laggan.  First-Class Ffr & Tamarac Wood:  MOVING MACHINERY OUR SPECIALTY  ThOSa  BrpWfl        Men's Wear Exclusively  'Thai the mark of rank in naturo  Is capacity for pain,  Then we are all agreed that the  knighthood conferred is totally inadequate. It should have been, at  least, a Pi ince.  C i$��tenft&^        r Wat ohword  ��^M���_���^������________���_���_�������������ti^������"���^������������������������^���a,������,,���������,���'���,B���������,^^���������������,,,,������  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  h 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. 0. JOHNSON      -'������-���   Proprietor  Start the New Year Right J  By calling at our store when you are in   need  &        of a fine Pipe, we have a nice selection to choose  from.     Large selection ofthe following goods :  Tobacco, Pipes and Smokers' Supplies  Stationery, Books, Toys, Brushes, etc.  .--'"   Our selection of Postal Cards cannot be excelled.  KNOB HILL AVENUE  J  ��� v    An Important Step  ���  An important step has'been taken  by Hon. Frank,Cochrane, Minister  .of Railways, vyith a vview , to protecting the government and the public along1 the line of the new Hudson  Buy Railway from ��� Le Pas, the  western terminus, to Port Nelson,  the ocean port.  The government has: decided to  reserve a strip,of land a half mile  wide on each side of the railway  from Le Pas to Port Nelson. The  intention is to protect the public  from land speculators and to make  certain that all the townsites and  necessary terminals along the road  will be in the hands of the government. Official notice of the intention of the government has already  been given through Canada Ga-  zetec.  If this action had been takeu by  the old government, as it should  have been, the Canadian people  would have been saved many thousands of dollars. Mr. Cochrane  finds that the necessary terminals  for the road at Le Pas will cost tfee  country a big sum running up into  the tens of thousands. The property  was all allowed to fall into the  hands of private owners, and as land  has been booming at the new terminal, the cost for yards, etc., will  be heavy. .Mr,,Cochrane when he  fonnd the .state of affairs which  existed arranged with Hon. Dr.  Roche, Minister of the Interior, to  have a strip reserved   for   the   gov-  der, yet  the   conditions  existing   in  such cities as Montreal and Toronto  are undeniably notorious. Very few  will   advocate   the   same wages for  both   sexes,   and yet   such  a  policy  is   quite   logical, for   under such   a  system very   few   employers   would  employ women   at   all   and the ultimate consequence would be that the  great majority of girls would find a  more congenial   occupation  in looking after household   establishments  of their own.  If Tired of Wood, try Princeton Coal  A Colossal Liar  Interviewed in Boston the other  day, Mr , Bourrassa, gave expression to sentiments that we all know  he has possessed for many years  and which stamp him as one of the  most colossal liars that ever drank  pea soup in Canada. If he had  confined his remarks to the opinion  held by the majority of his French-  Canadian confreres little attention  would be paid him, but when he  stigmatizes the whole resident population of this Dominion as a people  groaning under .the weight of tyranny, he must know he is giving  expression to a pack of contemptible lies.     Here is what he says:  "The feeling between Canada and  ICogland to-day is much similar to  what the feeling was between England and the thirteen colonies in  1775, and it will ultimately end in  absolute freedom for Canada."  |  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. ALMSTROMI  All the Latest Newspapers, Magazines  A student at Cornell University  is said to possess the same physical  proportions as .Venus dc Milo. Unfortunately the only marble replica  of that symmetrical phenomenon is  minus an arm and a section of the  nose, making an authoritative comparison somewhat difficult.- -F.x.  BUTTER, EGGS, Etc.  New Zealand Fresh Grass Creamery Butter, very choice,  40c. per lb.  "Empress" Creamery Butter, 40c. lb.  New Laid Bees, 60c. per doz.  Ontario Eggs, Choice, 40c. per dozen  Sugar Cured Hams, 25c. per lb.  Breakfast Bacon, 2Vc. per lb.  Pure Lear Lard, 51b. Pail, $1.00.  CO., LTD-  Wholesale and Retail Butchers and Produce Merchants        ��  PHOENIX, B. C.        PHONE 2 J  ____>_________n_____________H_____p___f______________^  o�� J.  .Insurance Agent  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE GLASS,  COMMISSIONER FOR TAKING  AFFIDAVITS  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX,   B. O. -���Us  .x  ME   P10N&ER,   PHOENIX,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  & COLDS  MalMeu's Syrup  ol lav and Cod Liver Oil  not only stops a cough but cures  it. Its tonic and ��� restorative  properties enable' the system to  permanently throw off a cold.  35c for large bottle.   '  Sold everywhere.  J. JU MATHIEU CO., Prop.,      SHERBROOKK.  gtHOft  GOUDRON  DTiDILE M.  FOIEDEMORUE  DeBCATHTEU  HATH-SmB  Syrup of Tar j  CODUYBKOD  MATHIEU'S SYRUP  of TAR  a  COD  LIVER   OIL  Local and General  WESTERN  AGENTS  FERGUSON BROS.  ^���^lW__!_____  Olympia oyster cockt^ls are now  being served at the Brooklyn hotel.  Born-At Phoenix, to Mr. and Mrs.  J. Pranta,  on  Sunday, January 20, a  son. ,  Dr.  and   Mrs. Stone of Greenwood  Were visitors to the camp on Sunday  last. .  p W. McCallum, immigration officer at the line, came up on Monday  from the Forks.  Miss Jane McKeiwie left on Tuesday  to spend the next six weeks in the  lower Siinilkameen.  Born-At; Phoenix, on Thursday,  January 30th, to Mr. and Mrs. Stephen  Skokski, a daughter.  E Engen, who has been engaged 111  a few ski jumping contests in Spokane,  returned to the city this week.     _  Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Puddy and.chil.  dren returned a few years ago from  a short vacation spent in Spokane.  W. O. Miller, divisional superintendent of the C.P.R. company, came up  from Nelson on an official visit this,  week. 1  Phoenix Landlord: ;'I*11 have to raise  your rent next month." Cheerful Ten-  aut: "That's more than I can do this  month."  W. A. Hufty, chief operator at the  local C.P.R. depot,', is relieving' the  operator at Eholt, whose child died on  Wednesday in Grand Forks.  Mrs. Al. Johnson and children were  the guests of Mrs: Frank Peterson and  Mrs. Sam Matthews, at the Colin  hotel, Grand Forks,, on Tuesday.   *>  A special meeting of Gold Range  L. O.L. is called for Wednesday next,  Jan. 5. A full attendance of all brethren in the camp is earnestly requested.  Last week a lady approached a dry  goods counter and excitedly asked a  clerk if he remembered a young lady  changing a man's combinations at his  counter.        ^  'Thos. Boileau, whose condition of  health has been causing his family  and physician considerable alarm, has  taken a most favorable turn and hopes  ore revived for his recovery.  Frank Buckless, the genial proprietor of Greenwood's foremost livery establishment, came up on Sunday with  a party of friends  to  view- the  sk��-  jumping contests on Montezuma hilK  both the coveted Smith      Raffle���ToJbe drawn for within the  trophy, were decided I next   few', days, , a   handsomely-eiri-  turday Jlas^ ^The'-dectsioiVlhrijidei-d^ table - cover, .recently/ on  rested' ,with   the  teams whoVrfepre-lview ai Ed- Black's, jewellery store  '     v    ''Tickets25c." Apply E. Black.; '  Page Boyles, diamond drill, expert,  123 Bannatyne Ave.,  WINNIPEG  Phoenix First Ski Tournament  (Continued from Page 1)  winners of the various other events;  Class  "A" Ski jumping-���Ernest  Olson   1   (trophy  and  gold   medal)  97ft; Martin Johnson 2 (silver medal)   7,0ft.;   Paul   Nysater,   3   (silver  medal) 69ft.  Class "B"���Gust Carlson, 1 (gold medal) 63ft.; Pete Ros-  t'ad, 2 (silver medal) 61ft.;   Magnus  Olson,    3 '(silver  medal)    51    feet.  Boys'   ski    event���Oscar   Vick,    1  (33ft) pair  of skis donated by Mor-  rin, Thompson ��0;; John Fasene, 2  (28ft)  silk- handkerchief donated by  Tfios.    Bro'wiVf"^Cail    McKella,   3,  pocket   knife    donated     by ���Albin  Al'mstrom. ,-  l      L_l��   Winners   of  Curling  Trophies  games * deciding   the  was in receipt of a message announcing the passing  of her mother, Mrs.  Lachlin Mathieson, of Pembroke, Out.,  the sad event taking place on January  11th.     The deceased lady had the distinction of being  the  first white girl  born in   Pembroke,  and all  her long  lease of life lasting 71) years radiated  around the place where first she saw  the light of day.    She is survived by  one son and six daughters.  "Will the lady who took by mistake  a new black lynx muff at the skating  rink last Satmday night, and left an  old one, pleasereturn tho same as soon  as possible to the office of the skating  rink.  Louis Mytton of the Grand Forks  staff of the W. K. P. and L. company  accompanied by Mrs. Mytton came up  on Monday with the Sulphur Smoke  hockey contingent. They sported no  colors! ,  Visitors to the rink on Monday Feb.  3, will be treated to the spectacle of  one of the fastest games witnessed in  this city when the Nelson team champions of the Kootenay league will  face tlie classy local line-up of Phoenix.  On Tuesday Feburary 4, they will  cross sticks witli the Grand Forks  seven. Both .matches, are exciting  considerable interest in both the  Boundary aud Kootenays.  W. B. Marks' popular Friday evening dance, last week, was well patronized and special a6tention had been  paid to the condition of the floor,  which it is safe to say was never in  better shape. Mr. Marks' took upon  himself the duties of floor manager,  and the evening's proceedings were  thoroughly enjoyed by all. Messrs.  Chas. King and Chas. McKay, the  popular musicians, supplied the music  aud much favorable comment on their  selections was heard on all sides..  PHCENIX BEE-R isented the local cur,in�� dub ",n the  I recent very successful bonspief and) ^ __ Weduesday>s tl.ain for his  I no matter who won in the finals,. the/headquarter* in Spokane. Throngh-  silverware     remained   in     Phoenix, j out the recent bonapiel Page was one  WHY?  Amateur Mushers  A spectacle more in keeping with  the Yukon was seen on Wednesday,  when a small   sleigh   drawn by four  perspiring individuals^,   Messrs. Jas.  Marshall,   Jos.   Strutzel,    O.   Bush  and J. A. Morrin, were' seen toiling  laboriously up   the  steep  ascent of  gospel hill.    The panting quartette,  however,   made     the   summit   .and  handed   over-four bags   of flour to  the   matron   of   the   hospital,   Miss  McKnight, who very .kindly regaled  them-'with   a  nice   drink    of   cold  .water.    The incident was the sequel  to a curling game, which took place  recently on the .local   rink, between  a team, of Yankees   and . a , rink   of  "Awk wards,"   when   the Yanks put  the big   hat   over   the   latter   by ' a  score of twelve  to six.     The conditions stipulated that   the humiliated  rink should present  a barrel of flour  NYAL'S CHERRY COUGH CURE  What's the use experimenting with medicines? Why be  persuaded to try soim-thing just because it is new, when you can  get a medicine that has stood the test of use for years, and winch  has never disappointed?  We know what Nyai's Cherry Oouffh Cure Is.  Nothing else will ��o readily relieve a tight,  dry, hacking cough.  Contains Wild Cherry, Bloodroot and other valuable sedatives and expectorants. - '  So stop that cough or cold before it leads to serious illness.  Stop it with experimenting.       PRICE BOc. -  Phoenix Drug Company  SUOOESSORS TO JOHN LOVE ,  <  'Phone 16. T. S. Quance, Manager  THE GREAT NORTHERN  Affords to those who travel for business or  pleasure the maximum amount of comfort  and courteous attention to the traveller's  every want!  THE ORIENTAL LIMITED  OR  THE OREGONIAN  TO EASTERN OR COAST POINTS are the most  popular through trains in the west.  For Routes and Rates address  J. V. INGRAM, Agent.   o_      , a  .Because the Beer   is  SO  troodl^ose   scor,r)g",   marked   the  games, jof the strong- i_en   of 'the local nggtje-i to the local hospital and also.pack it  ,       .     , ���     _��� i        the honor of winning the Smith cup   B^tion., '- ,  v /-(up   the  hill   themselves..   With   the  and wholesome   It   brings   the'c it-      .      *u       ���   1       e t->   n   c    -*i /    *"��� ?��� Smith,' conductor on  the local I exception     of   Alderman   Marshall,  S /fa/hn_  to   the   rink   ot   O. B. Smith I &lvat Novtheni   passenger,   who   h_J all of the  losers   went  into training  But several fans who witnessed  the stunt,- expressed _ the view that  the skip's condition seemed even  superior than any of the other three  The  following   composed   the   con-  smile.  'PHONE  23   ���,  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  LIMITED  cupl  failing to   the  rink   of O. B. Smith]  by the close  marg-in   of   10-9, wbifef {*.<*��� relieved from duty for some timv  the   winners   of   the   Burns'  trophy j past on  account of ill-healfch,  left on  The King's Hotel  "The Pride ofthe Boundary"  .   PHOENIX,  B.C.  A home in the centre of the camp;   only five  minutes walk from  the Granby mines; clean and comfortably furnished rooms;  Steam Heated throughout.  Bar Stocked with Finest Wines, Liquors, Cigars  'PHONE 20.  FJNE BATHROOMS.  J. E. McDonald  Proprietor  II you were told of a new  discovery ior'the treatment of  coughs,  colds and bronchitis,  as certain in its action on all  chest troubles as anti-toxin is  on diphtheria, or vaccination on  small-pox,   wouldn't   you ieel  like giving it a trial ?   Especially  ii you could try it for fifty cents!  Peps is the discovery 1  Peps are little tablets, neatly wrapped   in   air  and germ-proof silver foil  They contain  certain  medicinal ingro  dients, which, when placed   upon   tho  tongue, immediately turn into vapour,  and are at once breathed down tho air  passages to the luuga.    Ou their journey,  they soothe the inflamed and irritated  5 membranes of tbe bronchial tubes, the  : delicate walla of the air passage*, and  I finally enter and carry relief and healing  I to the capillaries and tiny air saoe in tbe  lung*.  In a word, while no liquid or solid  can get to the lungs and air passages,  thcao Peps fumes get tb*re direct, and  at once commenco their work of healing.  Pcpj are entirely distinct from,the  old fashioned liquid cough cures, which  are merely owallowod into the stomach,  and never reach the lungs.. Peps treatment of coughs and colds is direct treatment.  If you have not yet tried Peps, out  out this article, write across it  the name and data of this paper,  and mail it (with la stamp to  pay return postage) to Peps Co.,  Toronto. A ,fre�� trial packet  will   thea    be    sent    you.  Thursday "for  El   Paso, Texas,   to recuperate.  Preparations are under way for the  annual dance given under the auspices  of the Fraternal Order of Eagles. Ab  is customary the event is scheduled to  take place on the evening of St.  Patrick's Day.  Preparations are under way for a  concert which is shortly to be given  under the auspices of St. Andrew's  Presbyterian church, on Thursday,  February 13th. Further particulars  will be published'later.  Walter Kennedy of Greenwood  formed one of a happy party of joy  tidei's who came up for the ski events  on Sunday last. Waltefr is a staunch  standard bearer for his <city and keeps  New Manager  for B. C. Copper | his home town well to the front in any  conversations that crop' up.  proved to be the rink of J. A. Mor-  rinMvhich defeated the aggregation  of O. _. Smith by a score of 11-7.  The following comprised the rinks  in the final games: Winners of  Smith cup���O. B. Smith, Geo. Ellis,  D. Docksteader and Page Boyles.  Burns' trophy���J. A. Morrin, J. E.  Carter, Orrin ��� Bush and A. F.  Geddes. Losers in Burns' competition���O. B. Smith, Geo. Ellis, D.  Docksteader and Page Boyles.  Losers, in Smith cup contest���Jos.  Strutzel, P. J. Cook, N. Carson  and J. Hannam.  testing .rinks: Awkward Squad^���  Jas. Marshall (skip), Jos. Strutzel  (Vice), J. A. Morrin and O. Bush.  Yankees���0- B. Smith (skip), Geo.  Ellis (vice), J. E. Carter and J. J.  Nixon.  Oscar Lachmuna has been appointed to- the post of general  manager of the British Columbia  Copper company. Since the death  of E. J. Warren formerly in charge,  the office has been successfully filled  by F. Keffer, the company's consulting engineer and geologist.  B. C. Copper Treatment  The B. C. Columbia company's  smelter treated 11;291 tons of ore  this week, as follows: Mother Lode,  5,349; Rawhide, 4,292; Napoleon,  667; Queen Victoria, 933;others, 50.  Of all kinds promptly attended  to/ Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders.      Phone A65  James G. McKeown  Electric Restorer for Mess  PhoSDflOHOl restores etfery nerve In the body  ruTOt����mvit(( lti propor tension; restores  vim an3 vitality. Premsturo decay and all[sexual  weakness averted at once,  make yon a new man.   Price  S6.   Mailed to any address.  Co., St. O-tbarlnes, On*.  iphonol will  �� box, or.two for  eSoobon_TUS  The animated picture drama���"The  Four, Dare Devils"���wa/s the principal  drawing card at the motion picture  show this week. This scenes shown  gave a vivid and rea.lia.tic, representation of life in a big travelling circus.  The other pictures -were also very  good. '���.'.!���. ���.;������.���'  T. A_ Love, edit<6r -of the Grand  Forks Gazette, followed the fortunes  of his local line-up Am !Thursday and,  possibly through over excitement at  his teams success, missetl the special.  Tom, who .formerly, guide'-d the destinies' of the Pion.eer, trud'ged-up the  hill and registered for the aiight at the  Brooklyn HoteLi  If a woman deserts her husband and  children in British'.Columbia, ihe poor  forsaken hubby has to look m'easant  and bear it. He has no redress .under  the law, but' if he takes a simiila'r fit  and leaves his devoted wifev. ��everj,,if  there are no children to leav*^, he gets  three months in jail. Yet women  wail about their uoiequal lot.  E. E; Campbell, ithe GranbyOdnsoli-  ted's mining expert, who a few^ days'  ago arrived in camp from .the coast,  left on Tuesday for Republic. Mr.  Campbell was one of the paijsengery'of  the Cheslakee, wliich recently sank  at the Van Anda ; wharf; fortunately,  however, he had managed to step  ashore before: th���- old tub took the  fatal list.   ,  'Mrs. Jas. JMacujulay a ft >w days ago  SSS&d Stage Line  8.45 a.m.  I  9.00 a.m. ^Standard Time  Leave Phoenix, upper town  " ?'        lower town,  Leave Greenwood 3*00p.m.  PROMPT ATTENTION TO EXPRESS AND FREIGHT  .�����*��  mS  AMD  Cold-Sores  ��(__����W��_�������__*���__.____�����������'.  Are your hands chapped, cracked  or sore.? Have you " cold cracks"  which open and bleed when the skin  ia drawn tight? Have you a cold  sore, frost bite, chilblains, or a. "raw"  place, which at times makes it agony  for you to go about your household  duties ? If so, Zam-Buk will give you  relief, and will heal the frost-damaged  skin. Anoint the sore places at night,  Zam-Bnk's rich healing essences will  sink into the wounds, end the smarting, and will heal quickly.  ��� Mrs. Yollen, of Portland, says : "My  hands were so Bore and cracked that it  was agony to ��� put them near water.  When I did so they would smart and  burn as if I had scalded them. . I seemed  ?uite unable to get relief from anything  pub 00 them until I tried Zam-Buk,  ana 1�� succeeded when all else hod  failed. It closed the big cracks, gave  me ease, soothed the inflammation, and  in a very short time healed my handa."  jtom-_*k alto euret thajlng, rttMktt, v>M*r  aatma, pilu, ute*r$, fettering tore*, ter* head*  and \Mact, cUmeatei, pimvlet, ring-ttorm, ��tc,  'cuts, burnt, bruit**,  teatdt, ���    ~ -  it and item, 1  'Co.  AGENTS FOR  ewin  andttort*,'f'pott jftrtifromthtZam- j  Toronto.    Price 60c a box.. I  iiiifi  !  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