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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jan 18, 1913

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Array -*. ffij&mtf���?'-'--���. ���������-���   ������, ���      ".;  nJpii^$}i^:y,' '"���''..':' ��� '���:'���:    ���''  : ���Mr.:, y oS;'*:^?3liiwa  ��� i-.V'v..-. - -v:\���-);''':'; i ���������'y^'^Jm'Wm  :. ���'.;.;'. ,V',.V;���:���: ��� ;^.i>;;. ~^^A\^M  wtr*.     I     J'  j��-*  ass  >., "V":  *$&  ' P'&.'t'W-"!1-','''  '..���'rt,li;'..-(-.,.  'Wi'':  THe largest .uoppm- mines ,fn,w���  the Dominion are .situ&pcfUf-  ..-' at Phoenix. . 'The ,' Grufjo^  Co. employs 500 ���tj$v^&$$$.  has ti monthly pay roll of  *<*$.  ���m-  1/S|i':'.'.;'.l!j  FOm^EEWTH YEMM #"  Wsh ������ ��� -Mx'.: && ' - ;fe^%"'^i;  ' ���' V--,'*;-.!': ti;;W*"r/!I,'S  ,^# mm'  . '5*5$*':'?'  HOCKEY ENTHUSIAST!  ftJ'W*  CHARTER SPECIAL TRAIN  '/!���?"  ^engJlSOM^optersjlAccoinp^tiy  Phoenixj|Team^GrandlForks  ;-������.    Wins Game, 7 to 4.  ***r*s-*-Ti*3*  ' Uwxr.AwVfJ  ^Cij*gr  aft, -!i'v;v:v^'f'w��f��  -'����$���  ���iy--.-:~y-:y-rryjy>y:i'%*yjg~  oted to the interests of the Boundary  '.';, hPHOEtiIX; B.^, S^UR^^ lo^-M^y''^ f  ''.���-!i-   '   .'i'".7'...''';  -'iiil''.' i-'.i'v. ������>   *!';,"���'' .:���>.'.-���:��� ���������������!' i,?   (it- >���,���:  /'. i/V'i i    :  >',7 ���>:>:���.:.'';   I.ir>t ������*,'.. -yzYj-\  The, G.;P.iR. 'special ;trainy loaded  with   the    Phoenix    contingent , of  hockey enthusiasts, steamed  out of  the depot^at>7.7 p.jri-; f6n>\Johday,  and made, excellent J time ,&** }l}holt,  which   was   reached   at 7.35.     Unfortunately, however,^ the fireman's;  inability, ito, J make.  :snow   oixlr'n   (a;  liberal .supply; of   the ' "beautifui"'  being- mixed  with  the  coal) put an  end  to  what otherwise might have  heena   record1' THn,''-any'''riv^eI.ay of  25    minutes -  resuite'di-��� vHb\vever,  good'time   was  nia'de' o'n'Vh'e fijiai  lap, which was'covered ihTorty rriin-y  ules;?''--f.."*-"-;-': ';''���''���'��� .-''���'���*   :f������'���n  A rousinif receptioij. greeted   the  arrival   of  the  Grand Forks team,-  -JAi few/minutes��� frprn"- t,hefclose-offthe|  second scries found hoth sides,play-,  strong, and   in   one   of  the^'hreak-  i-.r*'    i5^.    . ' '  aways   the   Forks'  luck showed it  self.;again,'   L)emutth   sending*   thej  puck^whizzing'-into5 thV Phoenix net,i  ;niakingf fqursgoalsf;to>;thefCi;edit ofj  the ted . and   white against   two for;  ^hj^hj^goal for his line-up, while; Majror and Council: :Re-,Electe^l  I%w :^Wiiieti later a ���e*l-?w*4L'o^  slifetiTrcVni Sayers reversed  the playj! pected  election or rather changerin  and   found ithe   Gpnd  Fqrjcs^inet.! the   mayoralty:, of Phoenix  did   not  materialize,, neither..was'.there, any  l-'i- l i- V-  J ���-*"������   -  '���  J        ���'  /'-(''J    ���   'I'',*'       '.)".���'/(   '"/*Vv"l       .  '.J  alteration in the make-up of the city  council, the electors evidently being  _well satisfied with their choice of a  year ago". That, the expected  change in  the mayoralty was by no  means   a  aelusioh was   plainly,   in  ' ���'��� *. ���-<;��� ��� '.'���    ���':������:.'������ .��� i  ' '. .���",���-���.   ������'.  ;���:.. ���������A'rA ���'-.>  evidence on Sunday, when a strong  and  influential   deputation  of busi-  j '���; :.��� ���'.������(������ ,���-������   -.   .���������.���.*    ���- >���-���.,   ' ���; :.,, ���.   ������  ness men waited on D. J. Matheson  ,and petitioned him'to ser.iously reconsider his decision to retire in  favor of someone else and allow his  name   to figure   once   again   on the  ��� ��� ,��� ,'j|. ..������'...'.,.��� ; Pi, .;-..-;. .-���  civic nomination papers.   'The dele-  .-'., '.;   i- -   '   -';   .���-��� ���.    /     .:.'-, .,  gation   found   the"chief 'liiagistrate  obdurate and a deciiledly flat refusal greeted any request for consideration, but' after some  time  spent in  ;     .  .  ,    .'       ;��� ��� ���.(��� . ,     ��� .- ' ,.,,-r    ...... ..-,'..  argument and the 'exercise " of cori-  MAGISTRACY CONFERRED  ���'it:  Phoenix.       '"'".'..,' '���''".  ' 'The" third'period saw soriie'splen-  ��� '.,������.' | i < '���     - ��� ,  did hockey,   shot after'shot "at   the;  local iief being<rcpulsed by the sup-:  erior tactics of Neil   andj.liafjg, butj  i n an |u iigu arded\> m b men t ;the I a tte rj  left his'Jfr'ust-^ and / the  result 'was, a-:  c|uickjfifth goalf fori;Grand Forks byj  iOemuth. ���������'.-  Phoenix   now,, assumed:  the< saggr.essiye. with, sii, vengeance;  and*   after j,some   clever., defensive)  iwqrkfj byjjtlie -SulphuroSmpkes  Resident of Phoenix, Eighteen  ���;, Years-eSeleetion^of Cb'uhcil  :;   Eriddrsed by Government.  '.'.' Information was';received''aflfew  "days ago from'Victoria to the effect  that the ' attorney-general ^had;' recommended the appointment'' of  John: Mulligan for rthe^; office ^f  police magistrate of Phoenix1.'' The  .com'mi\-5is^'"is'''idatea'''ja'n:''8.'';:lMr;  'Mulligan; was'"among; 'the 'first  'pioneers' of'the camp and has seen  the various Boundary mines evolve  from the prospect hole stage to that  Phoenix IhteraediatesAyih  ;;;���.'��� $.'. A. White;led his iiiyincible iii-1  termediafes to , the ; conquest of  Gireen wood, on Thursday.'.^ The, boys;  were:accompanied ,by a, large nurn-'  berof local.,'fans.';'who made their!  presence;v,v.knpwiv-i.hTpughputi.'-ihiB'i  ���??me %. *}}?"; encouraging demonstrations. ';, The; first two periods  shoived the opposing sides to be  fairly evenly; matched, the "scores  being 1-1 and 3-3 respectively. The  first period was marked by, extra-  prdjnary "pjay" on the part, of a  couple, of Greenwood^s.'players wh o  deliberately started; out with:thejin-  lf ��l^'?*)^;-; F"PR*'i^a '.^Ged&es^trie'  swrft'VentrK.;.:p|;-tfee.;^^  ���Un|ortunateIy, ;-:the:';:'attemptlnlaHy  sir.^eeyed^and.vthe .-latteift is|sp'fne-  B0DPA8Y lONSPIEtij  Aggregations from Grand Forks,  Greenyrood and:Mb^herlbde-7-^  ���-:-.     ���'.���:��� ;^Three;Days Sp6rt.-;;:--rWy  ������.-.���.���������������':a.n^��!<Vi  :j-0}-y;iy^m,  is;  ���������f-'i  '���U'\  and not to  be outdoiie, the'Phoenix  visitors   received' their' .representatives   in   much   the  same   manner.  The   puck   was v faced   off  at 9.20,  and-for the firsttwenty-minutes the  opposing,*sidesCexhibited "such* fine  form that no  goals  resulted.    The  second - twenty'^minutes' 'play '- was  even ���more.v*stlrenuoul0*and',a'vsliort  tune   "after    restarting,   Lynn,    the  Grand F6rks;royer, made bne'of his  .sensational   break-aways   arid   shot  the first  goal hot" the  game.     Lawrence 'McKelvey   then   took a turn  with the puck  and   piloted  the mis-  sile. across   the   ice, hut   the effort  proved futile and some, smart stick-  handling on the part of the smoke-  eaters   found   Ware    in   possession  who   planted'' a   swift  shot' in    the  Phoenix J net.':   A   very .^aggressive;  " movernei^^pti:';^he^rt^of^Phb1^ix*  followed j and for  some ^tinie -it ber;  cameftjnecessaiyr;.(rorS:'GI^^:tb|^  stribf^atteirtti^n'^to'-^businfess^  the:'re^u.rri?visitj;;jie'.'was:;;hot  iii n a fe -"'a iri'd 'Wei I" "iiei zed * tii e "~o p p o ir-  lunity,,by., scoring^,the  first, goal fpr  phoenixr*i'McGreg-or'tjiuckly follow-,  cd suit for thfe Fork.1* and ���reg"is��tered'1  difficultvshot from Sayetjs landed the; 'sideVable judicious persuasion, Mr.  '��\i\Y<\ >gbal'^for^tlie',hibuntaineers.|Mat'^ promiseel to recpnsider  IiniucldagainfattehdedU'he efforts bfi''his'''previous' attitude, and on the  theilPhoenixf;seyen,ijfor very soon, following day, whehthe hour;struck  after tlie.^ubber -was, ceptred, Lymie {defining the limit of time1 allowed1 by  sent the valley score another notch'; lavv'for receiving nominatibns.'the  higher..���._^ :j only name oil the paper was that of  again to Uie.���yisi.|prs'^end" and.Mc-,! D. p Matheson, who now enters oh  Kelvey,put pfVa- scrimmage put the : hisi-fourth year of office. The whole  puckiPj*.sJ:-GJark|;^ome^  checking t.hen jfollovyed, on, the^part j elected!      A   change' was   however  of both   sides;' and  after McGregor  had had 'the puck  taken -from" him,  Quion secured it and the last goal of  the game was; rung; up,   making in  all seven'goals   for  the; Forks and  four for Phoenix. ���-,. ,���:���������...-,.,:  of the big producers of today.    The    <1-..,,,,v,,-...,,..., ,.... ,..,r.,., .���... ,?;.  appoint'fnent'' is in 'keeVing"with ''the  ^|||lK^��r?^ fqv ^*^$#0-  recommendation of the city 'council  ^"tlfell;^^^?^".^ '^t00ri-,  ''         -���.:...!.-  ���.       ble'|:^.tic^iv.will;: meejtgwith^th^ap-;  ~j~��~i:::l.e'.::.'LZi��'i'.    ������'������'��� '':���!'���"���'���'^ '"'''������.f-'>>;;>':vv;:'.  and their 'choice will' undoubtedly  meet with the hearty approbation of  all classes iii '"the community. Mr!  Mulligan   is very  heavily interested  Pro^s^-^PPJi lovers'in Greenwood  we   k^pw^jbt,   and devoiitlyr-nope  not,   but|ingthe  sport It^^toWbe, hoped tha|l|more  interests |6f|true  in a large number of mining claims;  u:^u :.. ';;i��j '.;i>i.< l <jl :>. ������'"���; -������.-. ������' ���'���������'        >:lil J scriipiilousi; regard  for the rules will  'hiade-'in the persoriel of the school  trustees, the membership of which  now: consists of Messrs! J. W. Hah-  riami'  N. - J. Carson,  and1 AL Almi-  strom.  ��� ��� ;''    :<-������������:������. :'������-,  Hockey League Schedule  Grand Forks at Phoenix Jan.    8  ��� ;   Grand Fpi-Kti won from Phoenix. Score,.-7^1 y."'  Phoenix at Grand. Forks. ..ijan. 13  .Grand Forks won from I'liocnix. Store,'7-1/*-  G ree ii wood at. Phpen i 'x;.':'. \''._ ������. J an. "A 7  'Ph^eiiix;;at|GreeV������w6^  jGreenwp6d'^t;'Grand:#  ���''Gra:'ii'd^o^^^  'G^n4M:orVcs?at;^een^^  :;PHo^ix:at|'iGreeiiwb'bd;.';P.;^.:::Feb.^  Phoenix at Grand Forks;. . . . FebV   7  Greenwood at Phoenix. .... v Feb. <1 (  GreeHwpotl at GratedT ,^orksi Feb.v;|4  Graridr Forks ui{Grecriwood;Feb.   J 8  .-. Funeral; of R.Peterson  The funeral of R. iPeterson^ who  met his deathUn anVesplosion : while  engaged in .blasting in ��the Granby  mine on   Friday of* last week, took! Seven   Mile   SkiMce  both in arid a'dja'ceht to the camp, a  fact which' speaks well 'for the new  stipendiary's interest'In the ultimate  future deveIopmen't"'6f Phoenix. iHe  will prove1 a 'fair "aiid impartial  administrator of iustice.        '  ii.  B.C. Copper Trektriient'  The  B.C.'  Columbia  company s  smelter treated li;834 tons of ore  this: week; as follows;'Mother Lode',  6j942;;'Rawhide, ^702; Napoleon,  611; Queen Victoria-'526;'6th'ers,' 16!4  SKI-JUMPINGr^TOURNA  MECTtM26Tft  be observed puring^ the rest of the  season/ :The;referee was Jnit.an  ?P9?r-g^; apd/ha<3 he exercised: an  ^dinary degree of strictness;: the  score instead of; being-,8-3 in favor  of.Phoenix  might: easily have been  17'to three.     '"'i: ���''       "'"''���''::'  ���'''"-  Elaborate prepaVa.tt'6ns':'are7.'b'dng''  made for the . fpr,thcbm|ng Boundary  bonspiel by the  local   curling . club.  According   " to   'the    arrangments,  operations will.;:cp^mencep"i.rh'hiedi.7..  afely after tHe arrival  of the C.P^R.  train on-Monday'afternoon.    Four  rinks    from,   Grand;- Forks    have  signified  their intention  of coming  and   possibly  three   will 'be   represented from Greenwood,   while  one  at least from the Mother, Lode   will  enter. ;,  Tn   addition ? to! the   usual  curling ice,   three  or  perhaps. four  curling rinks will be marked out  on  the;; skating^*irihk<;   Lunch'��� will ;be  swerved in, the   building*throughout  thecthree :.days'play. M)::-. ... ''yy"yy:  ���A  "������'���������i  Phoenix  J. Pierce . .... .  T. S. Quance  Wilkinson.'?.  R. Clark....  E. Geddes...  E. Murrayit. .  Al. Keatiug.  .Goal . .  ��� Point. .  . Cover.'  -Rover.  -Centre.  .GREEiyWOOD  r . ... .'-. Do we  ,R..;;McMi|lan  McCutchebh  . ��� .M. Pierce  . F. McMilan  Rt Wing, A^.McMUlan  Campbell-McGeer        ;  The home of Mr. and Mrs. James  McGeer, 251 Eighteenth Avenue  East, Vancouver, was the scene of  a quier wedding on Tuesday, Jan.  7; when their second '"��� ilaughteri  Lucy, was united i in marrage to  Chas? M. Campbell, assistarit-supt.  of the Granby mine. The ceremony  was solemnized by-^the'������---Rev. Mr.  WilsonV of St. MicKael'sifchurch,  Vancouver, and was witnessed by a  few friends and intimate relativesiof  if  T        T���* ^^"m .the cobtractinglparties?:  The bride  Hyy?&^.^'���&i^^ was-^tettdedjby?Ke^sisleri^MiSs;  wasa* popular  and* highly- esteemed.        ���      ,        .     . ..........  , ,_, . - ;     on bunday the local club was out in  member.        The   service   was   of ���*' ��� -.-  fact he   considered   them necessary  ] full force   on   their   newr,��course  F tive to a meetmi.  <��� <?% ��*V /'.''"'.'"''T'-��-��' Yt  3 S' (������*.  ���5   i *i  joint character, the beautiful funeral   ^^j^  ritual or the order beinffu^ed,^^  dition,  ta .that.:.ofithe^Methodist/^^^^:^   tut    tile   ^^   sno^  church.     The, casket  was; covered /enticed  even   tbe  beginners; to   try  with, a,number; of beautiful   floral I ^    forty'   ^et     platfbrrn, ? Ernest  tributes,   conspicuous.among them / ^^    ^    Gus    Carlsor/irnaking  beiner   a   massive   device     of   three/ .        ,      ,        '���:���'���  .._,,-,,        , .     I suprisnij-ly   long jumps,  links, the emblenrot Oddfellowship, I f  ?       **/   ,.-        ���       Kyi   ,    .     ',  ~ , c   . ,\ root mark was exceeded during the/  sent by   the   members, or deceased I r  OD / Austra//a   could   send   a represents-7��.��The  secretary.;  '" r Canada, if one j shortly expected to reply tp Jthe i^rft-.  tistitioieonthePan  MAKING GOOD  Watch this  Space  lodge. Prayers and an appropriate  discourse by the Rev. J. J. Nixon  being concluded, the solemn proceedings were brought to a close by  the singing of the grand old hymn,  "O God our help in ages past."  The final interment took place in  the Oddfellows' cemetery below the  town, a large number of sorrowiug  friends and brother Oddfellows following the remains to their, last  resting place. . Among the chief  mourners at the graveside were the  two brothers of Dick, Messrs. Josf  and Gust., the latter of whom is a  resident of Lewiston, Montana.  Hostile Reception to Oliver  Singing "Rule Britannia" lustily  al every mention of the Borden  naval policy, and howling derisively  at every attack on the policy, eight  hundred people packed Paget Hall  last week and refused lo listen to  lion. Frank Oliver's.sallies against  the Dominion government. Hoots,  jeers, and hisses met every vindictive allusion to the naval policy , by  the ex-Minister of the Interior, and,  finding himself in the presence of a  hostile audience, Mr. Oliver changed  bis text and turned from a discussion of naval policy to an elaborate  eulogy of Sir Wilfrid  Laurier.  Poll Tax Ceased in B. C.  Notices have been issued by the  provincial surveyor of taxes instruction government agents and collectors to discontinue the collection  of the poll tax and to call in all  receipt books issued for this purpose.  The action is largely due to the report of the tax commission which  toured the province  recently.  afternoon.  It has now been decided   to   hold | j  a ski   jumping  and   racing   tournament  in Phoenix   on  January 26th.  The competitors will be   divided into two divisions���class  A and class  B. The former will consist ofall those  who have competed in past  tournaments, while class B will include   all  beginners.       For   the  ski  jumping  six   medals   will   be .awarded���one  gold, and two silver for each class,  while a   cup   will   be   awarded   the  star  jumper in class A and a  shield  (presented by E. A.   Black)   will   be  the principal prize   for   the   longest  jump   in   class   B.     An   interesting  event will   be   the   seven mile   race  open   to   all.        The start   will   be  made from the Bank   of  Commerce |  at 10 a.'m. and   the   course   will   be'  laid   down   the   mountain    towards i  Oro    Donoro    and    by    the    most:  practicable route   back to   Phoenix, j  The   jumping   will     commence   at !  2 p.m.     In. addition   to   the   above!  medals, trophies etc.   the   club   has!  collected $150 which is   also   to   be j  clispossed of as prizes.     The tourna-;  ment will be the  first  ever   held   in ���  Phoenix.  i  Boundary Ore Tonnages  Following are the returns  of the  output   of  the   Granby   mines   and ]  smelter   for the  week  ending Jan. j  12th, and the B.C. Copper company!  for the  week   ending Jan. 5th, and  year to date: !  Granby 23,116  Mother Lode    7.48S  Rawhide .    4,808  Napoleon       402  Cjueen Victoria....       580  Others        112  SMELTER TONNAGES  Granby 22,405  B. C. Copper Co... 11,845  45,115  21,668  14,260  1,955  1,120  587  THE 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 we have  behind us Clothes of Quality, merit and reputation.  This store lays its emphasis on QUALITY,  for  TAILORED  CLOTHES  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.  w^^m?:s^^m^?m^^^^^^^^^TMmij^W-  ^m^7^^mj!S^^^^s^m^m^^^^^k^\  C # ���  ���"HV '*** *i<i��'t-��'i*'>,<?ftW  TflE   PIOHEgB,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  King Edward Lodge  ' No. 36, A.F. and A.M.  Regular communication at 8  pan.  Second Thursday of  s     '    -      ''each month. <  .ISnicrgi-nt meetings as called; Masonic  '   I lair, McHale Block.  JAb. 12". CaKTKR,"  .n    i,Secy.  Palmer J. Cook,  w.M.  1   "V   !*���   -f    ���"  Snowshoe Lodgre  Miiets 'every Monday"--Evening at  Miners' JJall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  - '''���   iWicibTysori,'Noble Grand.<  , , Dan Pattsr&ou, Pin. Seqy.  '- AV W McKinnbn, ��e'd.vSecy.   '  Daughters of. Rebekah  . Phoenix Lodge No. 17   >,  Hoots in   tho   Miners'   Union   Lodge  Hairii-irBb-*Aiid Third Wednesdays.   '"  ' ' ��� ���   .   " Mm. ItObsio Bush, Noble Grand.'  ,     ,,       Mrs. Eflio Mn.rbhn.ll, Secretary.  -rr-iTTr-  EHAT^RNAL QRDER  ,    >     OF, EAGLES ,,   ,.���  .Phoenix Aerie No. 1S8  ftJk-eU. in IJhion Hall, Friday Evenings.  Visiting brothers are always welcome.  1   , ,    QyiTArAN,WoBK,  W. P.  .'     A'   T! B1. Oo'sgrovk. W. Secy.  Something Like an Oldtimer  James Gibbons, a pioneer'of California, Oregon,' Washington, Idaho,  Montana, British Columbia,. Manitoba and the North West territories,  just elected to the presidency of. the  Edmonton Old Timers' association,  composed of men aud women who  have lived in that town for a period  exceeding-^30 years, has felt the lure  of the lone trail   since   his   boyhood  j*/" '.   "''    '. J  :      -   ���.       ^  and has been active  more   than   60  i  years in pushing the  frontier line to  the outposts of civilization.     ' " '  He was-born Jn'a village   in   the  north of Ireland on'Christmas  day,  1834, and sailed for   America 'when  a1 boy of 16 years, landing   in' New  England when  the   excitement  was  at its height following the news   of  the fabulous gold strikes in  Califor-  nia;by the   original   '49-ers. He  joined one of the  caravans out' of  dozen novels. He fought Indians  on the praries, then known as "the  Great American Desert."   -  *i t  Mr. Gibbons crossed the Isthmus  of Panama' in I8S4, riding a mule.  Victoria, Vancouver, the Fraser  river and the Columbia were the  points frpm which he migrated in  search of gold. He met with successes and reverses. Trailing in the  province of British  Columbia  was  I    Concentrates  The exports of Canadian butter to  Great Britain during the year were  far the largest in any of the last five  years, and exceeded the previous  year's by 265,266 pounds.  The tugboat Coliis, while at anchor off Redondo beach, California,  was recently almost torn  from her  the middlewest and lived amid scenes  that would  furnish   material   for a  QUEEN OF ACTRESSES  PRAISES PE-RU-NA  K. of P. Lodge,  No. 28  !t_  Phoenix,  -�� B. O. > -  Moetb Tu is so ay Evkning at  7.30.  Sojourning^ brothers (-..cordially,   wel  coined.   " f "     "   ���*"" J      ,  -'   ti\ S>   r,"|--*J."E..OAKTKf(, K. ofR. S,  \[t,,.jr   t   A. T*. Geddes, C. O.   ,  j  '     PYTHIAN ��ISTEB^Jf  ^����"ta��niTemple Lodare,No. 17  Meet* in P> thian Hull, Lower Town   '  '     Filitiind.'JChirdTliiirsd.ayh. , : "     ,;/ ,   t  Mxa., May AJumtrom  V,"MiE.C.---'  Hundreds of hostile Indians inhabit  ing these groves resented the intrusion of prospectors through.their  territories, and emphasized the fact  byswjft arrows, and other messengers of death. Escaping these, he  went to Portland, Oregon, where he  arrived without capital, or -'dead  broke," as lie expressed it.  Mr. Gibbons turned  to  the  first  vacant  position,   and   mastered  its  requirements!as, he   has  conqured  every other situation   he , has  since  found.    Plying back and  fourth   as  far as the junction of the Snake and  Columbia  rivers,   he  soon  fulfilled  the requirements of a, boatman, and  was thrown in  contact  with   many  'Vrw ly,Pfes of people and new conditions of life.    ,  One evening as the bells clanged  and the chains clattered down on  the decks and gang-planks, the  members of the crew overheard the  conversation of a group of excited  miners who were leaving the boat,  at a point somewhat in   advance   of  ,���._ -,mil ^     -j. ---        . .their booked destination.      It   was  L.ai? *lma to write my endorse-], .   ,.       ���       ��� > -V  meat at tbe great remedy^ Peruna.''t\learned  that  Nez  Perce Jane,   an  ^^^J!?7S^'ir^^Tfcl,ntdian    woman'    h*d   revealed    to  Any remedy that benefits digestion I ~. ,     ,,       .. lu  rengthens the nerves.   ��� "      '      <       I F,erce the location   of  ���,  dinibult   on,account, of   the  dense! moorings, when she was repeatedly  forest, and  .heavy  ,  underbrush. [>ammed   by  a school  of  ,Mrs. A. 1). McKenzie  '- "     M.KO.'    '  strengthens the nerves  1,1 The^nerre. centers require'nntrlHon.  If the digestion is impaired, the ferre  oenters  become  anemic, and nerrons  ���ability is the result. 3*     !rr~  a   rich' gold  enormous  whales.  A despatch from Paris states that  M. Boerner who  has   invented   the  aerial cruiser to cross  the  Atlantic  Ocean   has  offered his invention to  'English capitallists.      Speaking   of  the attitude of the German  government,   he said: "Having  met with  all kinds of evasive replies  from the  German government,  we  have  decided to go to England, where two  important groups of capitalists are  already  keenly interested in aerial  cruisers."  The British Home Office has rendered its decision in the case of an  engineer of the, North Eastern Railway, whose dismissal from the  employ of the company for alleged  drunkenness caused a strike of over  3000 employees. The decision is  that the engineer, Nicholas Knox,  was not -legally drunk,' and so  should not have, been dismissed  from the company's employ.  Montreal,s civic budget for 1913  shows the disposal of a sum of $10,-  384,473. Increases in wages are  provided for city laborers, police  and firemen, and other employees.  I Fifty men are, added   to  the   police  fire   bri-  CREAM  Baking Powder  Purity in food, lower cost of living���  these are the demands of the day.  Pure food is health, and health is economy  itself. We cannot have health without healthful food.  The most healthful foods are the quickly-  raised flour foods���biscuit, cake, muffins,  crusts and other pastry* when perfectly made  from wholesome ingredients.  Dr. PRICE'S baking powder makes these  foods in specially attractive, appetizing and  wholesome form, and for both economic and  hygienic reasons, such food should be,more  largely substituted for meat in the daily diet.  But bear in mind that alum, or  unwholesome baking powder,  can never make pure, wholesome food.  > >h  1-*-**��� - ><  gade. For. road   improvement!  SYNOPSIS OF COAL,  $680,554 is  voted,   an   increase   of MINING REGULATIONS  more than $100,000 over last year.      Coal mining rjghts of the Dominion,  n 1913 the civic salary list  will   be  j",��a?,i^VSaskatchewan and Al-   ...  .        J . oerto, the Yukon Territory, the Norfch-  of nearly  '��&  > '���*������  ago*  YOU WANT TO  MAKE MORE MONEY  #*r#v  '-B-5S  !-*>&  IP  I ���'������ �����->.,���;  I :"*G)ii"i  1^? ^> VS^lafiWgqj-djut|,N ewspaper Advertising,  place the greatest1 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.  ���**-'><-pend the mjtisy-with  th& paper that is  read with interest.    It reaches the people and  you,know that'you'regetting-lnto the homes of  the people you want to reach;   .���   .  / . -.   - ���  field in central Idaho. --���  ,   He,quickjy joined, the fgpld   hunt-| force, and fifty-one to  ihe  ers and assisted in staking;<outr&uch  camps  as'  Pierce,   Elk   City,   and  Boise City. ��� Among  men   working  together in these camps,  who   were  drawn from every corner of the uni- $3,071,081,   an   increase  verse, was a  brother  of Rev.   Dr. j twenty per cent.  Macqueen   of Edmonton.'   -   Fifty)     Chief Engineer B. B.   Kelliher  of  years passed   before   Mr.  Gibbons  and (Mr. Macqueen/met,, and  retold  the stories .of the camp-fires and the  gulches. ' ,  Leaving the'line, Mr. Gibbons  and party again crossed to" Canada.  Unluckily, during the 200-iuile trip  through the mountains, they lost  their food and ammunition. Starving, footsore and weary, they pushed   on^till    they    reached    Rocky  Mountain *Touse.     They arrived   at J mile 189, and the line  Fort Edmonton in November, 1865,jtion tcr Hazel ton.  traveling   with, saddle    and    pack/     The    Chinese    government  /issued    a    manifesto reiterating   itsIaccounting fov"the'Yun  trappers     '        "  -��---* .. -  NOT ENOUGH OPERATORS.  west len-itories and iu a portion of the  Province of British Columbia, may be  leased for a term of twenty-one vears  at an annual rental of $1 an acre." Not  .1     P       j   t      ���    n    ���<<     r.   .. 1 niore than 2,560 acres will be leasi'd ta  the Grand   Trunk   Pacific   Railway,   one applicant. .  in his   report  for   1912,   says   that   . Application for a lease must be made  by   the  applicant   in   person   to   the  Agent or Sub-Agent of the distinct in  Inch (he rights applied for are situ-  construction of 563 miles of main  line and 688 miles of branch line  bad been undertaken. Of these 128  miles of main line and 331 of branch  line were completed. The 'Main  Line Winnipeg West* is in operation  from Winnipeg to Tele Jaune Cache;  mile 1,095. From Prince Rupert,  B. C, eastward the track is laid   to  ���'���>   in   opera-  wl  ated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal sub-'  divisions of sections, and in unsut-  veyed territory the tract applied for  shall be staked out by the applicant  himself. *l  Each application must b��* accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on  the merchantable  ll-en^iZ-^ mm��at thc ���ic otfi���1'  Railways   and   Wireless   Concerns Short of Keymen to  Transmit Messages.  With the new federal laws in. effect  requiring railways and ships   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 shortage.   All   seagoing vessels are now required to  have'1  wireless equipment, and carry two operators where one was deemeed sufficient  before.   Schools for telegraph operators  are finding it extremely difficult to meet  demand of all branches of the service.  The Morse Telegfapli companp,' opposite  the   Orpheum   Theatre,, Seattle,'  will  gladly mail you, upon request a  catalogue outlining the cources for men  and  women.    This is the   lorgest school  of  of the kind in the northwest.  I horses,  Factors  and  m  * Quality -has not yet become popular, but  the day is not facdistant when this will be one  of the main features of Newspaper Advertising.  In the meantime business men, who have faith  i-  in quality, are reaping huge returns.  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.  ha<j|, The p��-r��on operating- the njiiie filmII  ��/��/funiMh the Agent witfwoS retain?  L   , -    ite/accountingr for  the   full .quantfty  Sf,  the desire to suppress the evil of opium- iovaJtv^hr���?*1 ?rb&lundlP*/**��l.  employ^ the Hudson Bay company Lking. Referring to the agree- ^^noTbW^^1.."?!!?''  were helpful, but the  policy   of  the  ment   with   Britain,    the   manifesto ��"���fhou,d te f"���*��*cd at least once  company, then operating a   trading       ���   -   ��� '  post in Edmonton,  known  as   '-the  last house in the world," was not to upon entire prohibition of the native  COPPER  The Now Edition ot tho  You can make more money by selling  more goods- you can sell more goods by advertising in The Phoenix Pioneer, whose constituency is the Boundary district.  Ill  The way to test the truth of this statement  is to send us the copy for your ad. right:away.  The experience would not be an expensive-one,  ���and i>alisfactory results are assured. '     t  encourage mining or other encroachments upon its territory.' However,  Mr. Gibbons panned on an average  of $25 worth of gold daily from the  gravel of the Saskatchewan river.  Later he became a fur trader, following that life   in   numerous   districts  COPPER HANDBOOK  points   out that the cessation of the I    The lease will include tho coal mining  importation of Indian opium depends  *-'I'K,lts1on,y. but the lessee may be per-  r untted to purchase whatever available  article, and that only thus a conflict  over the Anglo-Chinese agreement  may be avoided. It is understood  that Great Britain will terminate the  opium agreement of 1911 with the  Chinese government unless speedy  steps are taken to place  the   opium  position.  We use the most modern type and machinery money can buy, combined with thorough  workmanship���a combination which enables us  to do the best" work at a moderate cost.  The PHOENIX PIONEER  $2.00 per year, in Advance: $2.50 per year, United States  ���csf*rau_ca0*,*-t  -PW=  until the disappearance of the buffalo] trade in China in a more satisfactory  from the plains.  Mr. Gibbons was in the forefront  with Steele's Scouts in 1869 and  1870 and participated in the engagement at Frenchman's Butte. He  retired as Indian agent in 1900 but  still retains connection with the  department. He next took ug a  homestead near-what is now the city  of Edmonton and capital of Alberta,  selling part of it for. $,48,000. ^ ,','  Mr.,Gibbpnsrand hjs wjjfe,,w,ho  were honored,when,the.,North West  Territories, became provinces, by  b>ing assigned to the firsf: Jplace in  the procession, are passing the  evening( of their lives in , comfort,  surrounded by members of their  family and many warni friends.  B^5JUBpS����r-.^SB!^  An alarming epidemic of cholera  is reported from Mecca, Arabia,  where ten thousand pilgrims ate  gathered. In   four   days,   1,714  deaths occurred.  Ol all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders,      Pb��"e A65  James G. McKeown  Plain Tali About Piles  Don't ybu believe that experience is  better'than hearsay? ��/<�� ^  from piles, just try Zam-Buk. You can  aoTo at our-expense. So assured are  we of .the ^resuljt .that we ����"-��*����  a free trial box if you, send to our Toronto offices full name and'address and a  one cent stamp to pay return postage.  Scores of* people daily, acquaint ua  ^with thc benefit they have derived from  the use'of Zam-Buk for piles. Mr. F.  Astridge, of 3, St. Paul street, St.  Catharines, Ont., Hays: "For five years  I have suffered untold agony with protruding piles. The pain was so great  at times I would almost scream.  "I lost weight and had no appetite,  I tried everything I ever heard of for  piles as I was willing to take anything  to get relief. It was useless, however,  antfl almost gave up in despair."  "One day a friend gave me a sample  of Zam-Buk and told me of a friend of  hiB who had been cured. I decided to  try Zam-Buk, and the relief I got was  encouraging. I used three boxes, and  at the end of that time I was completely cured. I wish I could have got Zam-  Buk years ago; it would have saved me  a great deal of misery."  Zam-Buk will also be found a sure  cure for cold sores, chapped hands,  frost bites, ulcers, blood poison, varicose sores, scalp sores, ringworm, inflamed patches, babies' eruptions and  chapped places, cuts, burns, bruises and  skin injuries generally. All druggists  and stores sell at 50c. Lox, or post free  from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, upon receipt of pi ice. You are warned against  j-iarmful imitations and substitutes. See  the gegfetcied name, "Zam-Buk," on  every package.  surface rights may be considered  necessaiy 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 the Interior, .Ottawa,  or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Do-  XV. W. CORY,  minion Lands.  II'  Deputy Minister ofthe Interior.  , N.B.���Unauthorized   publication   of  this advertisement will-not be paid for.  RECO STEAM LAUNDRY  ' Don't worry about your washing,  J" just bend your clothes to the  t* Laundry. We will wash, starch,  ' and iron them, and return them  .   ready for use.  ' LADIES'   AND  GENTS'   SUITS  CLEANED AND PRESSED.  A Trial Solicited.  Phone 50.  Dominion Ave.  Shoes that Fit!  We make a specialty of Miners'  Shoes; good fit,, nice shape, and  nothing but the best of stock used  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  NICK PALORCIA,  Knob Hill Ave.        Phoenix, B.C.  Electric Restorer for Mesa  PhofiDfaonoi (ettero* ��v��nr ?���"��� to Hw **4f  p    ���     Hf >* pwpor toMto*j:rartoras  vin.and ���rtttHt^ProaifflSw* d^agjindrtljjMn-^  atmmsa,_rnaaM*  iuBt published, in Voluino X. for the yean* 1��0-  1911. and required nearly elKhtccn month*. In  preparation.  IT HAS 1902 PAG  eontlnlnr nearly one ��nd �� ^tn^���**  or ���b��t-lwJ��*W mU0�� ���i^��<����e��� the  There are 25 chapter*, and the book cover,     ,  Copper Industry of World  ' The book covers' Copper History. GeolosT.  Geography. -Chemlrtry, Mineralogy. Mining  MillinB, I>aeh1n��*.,Smelting-. Refining, Brands.  Grade*. Jmpuritios. Alloys, Use*. Substitute*,  Torniinolog-y. Deposits by; Dixtrlct*. Statoi.  Countries and Continents; Mines in,Dotail.  StntiRtlc��of Production. Conxumption, Ino ports  Exports, Finances. Diridendg, etc.  Vat. X of the Copper Handbook, lists and  describes  8,130 Mines ^ Companies  these de-.ciiptionR ranging from 2 to 3 lines. 'In  the cniic of a dend company, in whloli ��ase  reforenco is made to it preceding edition jrivlnjf  a fuller description, up to 21 pages in the oase  of tho Anaconda, which produces one-eighth of  tho copper supply of the world. The chapter  giving mine descriptions, which lists the lamest  number of mines and companies over given In  any work of reforenco on mines or mining' t��-  vestments, has been  Fully Revised.  . The now edition of the Copper Howl book ia a  dozen books in one, covering all phases of the  copper industry of the entire world. It is used  as the  World's Standard Reference Book on Copper  by the malingers of tho mines that make ninety-  odd per cent, of the world's output of copper,  and isiiscd in every civilized, country of the  globe. It is Ailed with FACTS of vital importance to  THE iNVESTOK  THE SPKCULATOR  THK MINER  THE CONSUMER  THE METALLURGIST-  WRITE NOW to the editor and publisher.  HORACE J. STEVENS  fi.( TEMPLE HtTiLiHNCI, If O U G irT O N  MIOH.,U.a.A, ���f:iy  n��ei  V'P&  ^C^��  THE    PIONEER,    PHOENIX,   BftlTISH   COLUMBIA.  ��fi*i!iOutJB00t- red b!00i*a rr,an nas a weak hca" a*"1 Poor nerves. Thinness of  Ih�� bi??��i?i;aE-,cn--a��,s con?mori In yountf folk* as well i old Especially Is it  ,hneg'f,hn 'J*.0? WJ?�� w0*'1- "'y ventilated factories -or those who arc shut  ?f.te��*?��?-?Jw.int*-r-iJ??vy1-ha��:oa,s*oveburninrfuplhc oxygen cr emlttimt  SiXm ^e).'-as- Ttls -"e0**- or blood which^ lacks theTred^d cowsc Sf  DR. PIERCE'S  GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVER*  J?r.ai��!0<if ���J.e.a.nseria.nd.^*lrai*ve !hat sU,rti -he "ver ar>d stomach into vltfcrou*  action. It thus assists the body to manufacture rich red blood which feeds the  heart-nervcs-braln and organs of the body.   The organs work " moothlu l, ��  weak and faint Nowadays you can obtain Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical ni��  covery Tablets, as well as the liquid form from all medidnf dealers, or tlbMs  by mail, prepaid In $1 or 50c sire. Adrcss R. V. Pierce, M. D., Buffalo, N. Y.  DR. PIBRCE'S GREAT 1008 PAGB ILLUSTRATED COMMON SENSR MPiMrli  ADV1SBK Will, BE SENT FREE, CLOTH BOUND FOR ;�� ONBCEMTOTAMlS  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  ,>.<������  issued weekly  at Phoenix, British Columbia  Subscription,' 2i00 per year'  2.50 to United States.  I i  G. Kay, Publisher.  ADVERTISING SCALK  Applicutioii for Liquor Liconco (30dayH) ..$5.00  Ceitillcuto of Improvement notice (B0days)$7.fi0  ApplJciitioii to Purchase Land noticoa <00 divyi.)   $7.60  Doliurjuont Co-owner notices (90 dayh).,. .$10.00  Smull VVntoi-Notice*) (30 days) ; $7.60  AH other legiil ���irlvortiHln'/, 12 cents a line,  siiifflo column, for tho first iusortion; mid 8  cuuta a lino for each subsequent insertion, non-  pui-oil moasuremont, '  The  Queen's Hotel  COMPLETELY REFURNISHED AND REFITTED  Saturday, Jan. 18, 191'3  i ,*��  We beg- to announce the reopening of the Queen's Hotel. * This  popiilar 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 i.s  the most centrally located hotel in town.  Bar Stocked with Best Wines, Liquors, Cigars  A Civil Dictator  When Colonel Goethals' becomes  governor of the Panama Canal zone  he will be the nearest approach  to a  civil   dictator.      His   autliority will i  be  derived wholly   from   the presi-1  dent, who   is  empowered  to   'complete, govern and  operate the canal  and   govern   the   canal   zone.'    He  will appoint his  own assistants and  the local magistrates  after all, if report be true, we may  all live   to throw   snowballs   at our  great  great  grandpas and   the remedy, while   not as   cheap  as sour  milk,   is  certainly   more   palatable.  The   prescription   was    secured   in  Thibet,   on  the   occasion   when the  city of Llassa was   occupied by the  Anglo-Indian troops under General  Vbunghii'sband,   and'has been considered worthy of notice by so'great  an authority as the British Medical  Journal,    in   which    periodical,   we  understand, the formulae appeared.  It might possibly   be  used with advantage by some of our delinquent  subscribers or many others to whom  the steady increase in the cost of living has  little or  no   terrors.     For  the  information  of the former,  we  might add   that   the editor has not  the slightest intention of taking any  of it himself.  ���> *��> <i     ���:&4. tuj���  Nervous Debility  OfTBJNBW MflEfiTHton TPKiTMnwr ��m .*.,��..���.. __ j t ~  OTO TOW n&THOD -,-,  ypa.. Under Its Influence the b��  .ATMENT/wfll cure you and make a uma ig  becomes active, tho blood purified bo that su  ��^y#-"SL��*iS?"u-*-?8l:,,ln? k10V mnrrln'ro cannot be a failure.   Don't let aoaaha  ta&taUnrobjcnotyouv hard earned dollars. ,      **m"*���*  "��"��*J"W  t3T* NO NAMES USED WTHOOf WWTTCN CONSENT  THREATENED WITH PARALY8I8  Peter E. Summers relates his experience?  "I was troubled with j Nervous Debility  for many years. �����J=ylt to Indiscretion  and excesses In youth.  X became very -j  despondent ana^cHdn't care-'-whetheu XJ  , ftorlcod or not.   I imaefacd everybody ���  I yho looked at me guessed my secret,  .imsglnativo dreams.at night weakened',  Jrne���my back ached, had pains in the  'Jackofmy head, hands and feet were  cold, tired la toe j-oorntofr, pwr appetite,  fingers were' Bhalry, eyes Trttttw^balr  !?��.a2' mSP<?& Voor,et& Numbness in  the Angers set in and tho doctor told me  be feared paralysis., I took aU kinds of  niedJcincs and, tried many flrst-class  * physicians, wore an electric belt for three i  TRKATMIMT  Canada Their Goal  I Lord Cottenham, whose Cheshire  estate .was sold a few days ago, is  the latest titled aristocrat to sell his  holdings in Britain with the intention of investing in Canada.  Real estate is' said to be very active   in Canada;' but  the  turn-over  Chisholm & Hartman, Props.  FIRST STREET AND KNOB HILL AVENUE  The new governor will rule a ter-| sureI ot  c6miWvvith  the re J  ntory embracing 474 square miles,   cent movement .��� ^ United  containing one of the most valuable | dom.      Dur;      the ^ ^ Qr       J  properties in the world, but with a  population which, after the completion of the work, may not be  large.    Kor the present he will have  Your Milk Supply  *��� - k  Should come from healthy and vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  manner Separated Cream insures purity and  quality. The Dairy produces both.  months one firm alone has disposed  of landed estates to' the valne of  $16,000,000, principally the properties   of peers   and   country squires.'   , juonyoB,  dim received little benefit., ima Jaw  ���crone TNtATMrNT 'Wisinduoedto consult Drs. Kennedy*       a~.. ._   ��..      j. i*-*1 Kennedy, though I hod lost all faith in>   *"** -tnmKrmmww  $2$Sn-  ^"-ea^rownlngman I <x>mmenced -the JJ-^Mmhod TaBATiiBrr and (ft  tto^erv^r w��^.',miirovomcI}t ^2 -��-e ^^I^dreeTtoSvlg^o^thwugS  OURIS GUARANTEED OR NO PAY  mJSSSBZHWZZ- BOO**���*- ��"-��.������-B-lufcr.Q���1-  DrsKENNEDTAKENNEDY  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Oriswold St. Detroit, Mich.  ��H OTIC E      AU letters from Canada must be addressed  ww * *****      to our Canadian Correspondence Depart-  ��* .,. ��M.��J5^^!TiB"^! ,.meat in Windsor, Ont.   If you desire to  VamimalT^^^T ^^ ^f in Detroit" ^ ��eand treat  S?bo^ter^��S our.Windsor offices which are for Correspondence and  laboratory for Canadian business only.   Address all letters ��a follows-  DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY. Wind*.* Oot,  tJ/nta for oar private address.  about 50,000 sul jecls   most of ihem   A"t the end of tbe year it is ^  l.iborers. ��� , J     ���  examine   the  extent of   this   move-  THE  DAIRY      J. W. Hannam, Prop.  Overcoats,  Mackinaws, Underwear,  Rubbers, Hats, Caps, Mitts, Gloves   "  Jaegers' Piire Wool Specialties  ThOS-  BfOWn       Men's Wear Exclusively  When the canal is ready for  traffic it is expected that a garrison  of at least 5000 soldiers will be permanently stationed there. ' If Col.  Goethals has his way about it, the  only other inhabitants of the strip  will be the comparatively few citizens who will operate the canal.  The governor of this strange  American dependency will be a  mighty man iii times of peace, for  at the isthmus, as elsewhere, the  civil arm supercedes the military;  but in tbe event of war or the threat  of war, the army officer commanding will take full charge and the  governor will become nobody.  . In .this..fact we may see. the explanation of 'the whole- business.  The   president    rules'    tlie   zone 'us  ment. A casual enquiry reveals the'  fact that all classes in British life'  are responding to the appeal of the  Dominion. Each week throughout  the.sailing season proper, the ships  of the Canadian Pacific Railway  company and other lines sailing to  Canadian ports, have conveyed  members of both Houses of Parliament, bankers, heads of investment  houses, directors of industrial and  insurance companies to an extent  that is surprising. Truly the star  of the Dominion is rising.  Hotel Brooklyn  _   _. .... i r  "The Only First-CIass and, Up-To-Date  Hotel in Phoenix. New from cellar  to roof. Best Sample Rooms in the  Boundary, Opposite Great Northern  Depot      v   v      Modern Bathrooms.  STEAM HEATED.  James Marshall, Prop.  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix, B.C.  Restrictions on Newfoundlanders]  Hon. Dr, Roche, Minister of.the  Interior,, has been in . receipt...of  many letters, of), congratulation in  regard to his-order in removing'the  immigration restrictions on Newfoundlanders' coming into Canada.  Former residents of the Ancient  Colony have particularly appreciated  the move of the minister and have  written   him    thanking   him   for the  Civil Service Reform I?OUrt,Ty2��� h,s fxtended  to.  New-  I toundhmd. and   also   expressing the1  Reform   of thc   civi! service both J hope   that   the   Borden government''  iiKside   and   outside   has   long  been I ��'a>' he   successful   in   bringing  the  one of the  chief planks of the Con-1��-��.'��--f*   into   confederation. They.  ' also hope   that the   move Will result'  in .�����*.-.-..       ��� -       i  Commander-in-Chief. ,. When peace  prevails his deputy will be a civil  governor. When trouble appears  he will be a major-general.  '���       SOLE, AGENTS .FbR^P^RINCETdNt'CQAlL  Dealer in Lumber, Shingles, Lath  and Cedar  Poles.      Stull Lag-g-an.  First-Class Fir & Tamarac Wood.  MOVING MACHINERY OUR SPECIALTY  Cleanliness our Watchword  The product of the local dairies is good, but ours is the best.  Cleanliness is our watchword, and no germ can pass our sentries.  Our poultry department has increased its supply of eggs. Let us  accommodate you. PHONE  F 32  The Phoenix Dairy  W. A. McKay & Sons  Proprietors  The Central Hotel  NEAREST HOTEL TO FAMOUS GRANBY MINES  FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION FOR  MINERS  Bar Stocked with the Finest Line of Wines, Liquors, Cigars  A. O. JOHNSON     -    -     Proprietor;  the New Year Right  By calling- at our store when you are in need  of a fine Pipe, we have a nice selection to choose  from.     Large selection of the following- goods:  Tobacco, Pipes and Smokers' Supplies  Stationery, Books, Toys, Brushes, etc.  Our selection of Postal Cards cannot be excelled.  KNOB S^ILL AVENUE  servative platform.    Sir Wilfrid dur-1 ��� " ��� m     c        ,,      . -  . ; .��� "- .   ���   . .:���,������      "    I m   more   Newfoundlanders   coming  ing the course of.the last campaign / to Canada   instead   of going   to the1  recognized     the    importance   of  it, / United States,  and on one occasion appealed to the  electorate to  return  him  once more  in order that   he might   accomplish  a   complete   reform   of  the service.  His chance,   however, never came,  the   people  evidently  thinking that  as Sir Wilfrid  had allowed fourteen  years to go by without having made  a   move,   they   couldn't   expect the  late government to attach much importance to the   matter if they were  returned   to   office.      On  the other  hand,  Premier  Borden attached so  much importance to the subject that  while in London conferring with the  Admiralty, he found time to engage  the Rt.   Hon.   Sir George  Murray,  a well known civil service expert, to  come to  Canada  and  report on the  state of the service   here.    The result of his investigations has recently been   made   public   and   if only a  tithe  of  the   recommendations   are  adopted, Canada will have reason to  praise   the   action    of   the   federal  premier.  If Tired of Wood, try Princeton Coal  iMuin-m.-ismmmKm  The Elixir of Life  A Russian professor, with  an extraordinary sneezy-sounding name,  has made a great fuss  of late about  his discovery   of a  means  for prolonging   human   life.     The  learned  savant  advocates    a    diet   of   sour  milk for   the   purpose, but   most of  us will stand appalled at the dreadful and  weary   prospect  of a daily  menu   of  curdled   cow juice, while  many   who   would-care to emulate  Metluisaleh in the matter of longevity would   think the price too great  to pay and will   prefer to. shuffle off  llits sublunary  sphere  in   much the  same time  that their  fathers have  taken   for some years   past.     But,  If you were told of anew  discovery for 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 feel  like giving it a trial? Especially  if you coul 1 try it for fifty cents I  Peps is the discovery!  Popsnrolittle tablets, neatly wrap,  ped in air and germ-proof silver foil.  Tlioy contain certnm medicinal ingredients, which, when placed upon .the  to'iguo, immediately turn into vapour,  and are at once breathed down the air  passages to the lungs. On their jquraoy.  they soothe the inflamed and irritated  membranes of th�� bronchial tubes, tho  delicato walls of the air passages, and  fi'i.illy onter and carry relief and hnaling  to i ho capillaries and tiny air eacs in the  lungs.  In a word, while no liquid or solid  can get to the lungs and air passages,  th: no Pepa fumes get thore direct, and  at once commenco thoir wf>rk of healing.  }-'fc*M are entirely distinct from tho  old fashioned liquid cough cures, which  ftro merely swallowed into the stomach,  aivi never reach the lungs. Pep* treatment of coughs and colds is direct treatment.  If you have not vet tried Peps, cut  outp this article, write across it  the name and date of this paper,  and mail it (with 1c. stamp to  pay return postage) to Peps Co.,  Toronto.    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A   A/ *~'r%  f:y  ^^^s^m^^^Jt^^^m^w^^-m^sm^m^ ,���. r^, wvntzagf^ ^*^|��TO*M^f**Wif*TO5W  THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH.  COLUMBIA.  UBmgl  I'-  ���'-'  .AGENTS FOR  vv,  Y.-.'-' 0'/. *"I  X'i^i'xt ,��/( -*"  ��� *���!   ft n?v��" .".'d'-n  ;rr r  4S *��!3*jRi��. w *�� i*- I > >J\- V 4 ���~'i  Gash or Easy Terins  asrdesired.  ./&/#��� .*.����� .j**r?  M- n   I        -/   M  y    v ��   ,'  ,.."   }'  i(5 J-.ff-.   .7//. l\  I??  oi  ��-*l ''-��'  '.*���  JU..  % v< '"I  -Es^Af^BIACK^-'Jeweler  tt t tt*  Local and General  Olympia oyster cocktails art*   now  being Mii-red at the^Brooklyn hofcel,  a stormy ocean trip, tho Empress of  Britain being three days overdue.  Jim Blake handled the throttle of  engine 1382 which drew the special  carrying the Phoenix boosters for the  hockey match at Grand Forks on  Monday.} Jim did very well considering the poor quality of the coal and  the state of the rails, which were very  blippery.   Tim Eaton was, in charge.,  During the excitement following the  match' at Grand Forks on Monday  night, Tartan, the mascot of the Phoenix team, was unfortunately left behind and was later discovered by Chas.  King wandering around the town.  Mr. King "made arrangement*, with  Ed. Clayton, the genial driver of the  station bus, to look after him, and a  day or so later the latter booked him  as a passenger for Phoenix.  A merry crowd of dancers were in  attendance on Thursday evening in  the hall of the local Scandinavian  society, the occasion being the public  dance under the auspices of the order.  The Ironsides orchestra provided the  music and a decided improvement was  noticeable in their eiforts. The quartette were repeatedly obliged to respond to encores and dancing was continued until the early morning hour.  Mrs. F. J. Harbinson is a most successful raiser of prize-bred poultry,  and on Wednesday she shipped five of  her most promising birds to the poultry show at] Nelson. At^the Grand  Forks fair Mrs. Harbinson was unusually successful, and in the barred  Plymouth Kock class her exhibits captured two first prizes, one second,  one third and two fourths. .Later  in the week Mrs. Harbinson was apprised of her further success as a poultry raiser, no less than three first  prizes and two seconds coming her  way. The birds will also be exhibited at  Trail.  ��� -l.L.-.J'J.  1    B.C Mining  Phoenix Rinks  The following comprises the personnel   of jhe   various   rinks  of the  NO TALKING  ">'���  Has  feianyoneythatv  esK  "l  ,*.Mis.,jWetherell,returned from Spo-| Phoenix   Curling  club,   which   this  kane on Monday.      " /season has a membership of 56:'  " - Chas. 'King returned on Wednesday I j a Morrin  from a few days' visit to Christina.        J j) j Stafford  - K. R;< Chalmers "left on Wednesday!Dr: Verrall  morning for a twof months; visit to hi*- j F S Norcross  relatives in Kidgetown.'bntr. j j strutzel  Miss Jessie Pierce returned to town  on Saturday after''a few "days' visit  to Nelson.  ' Mr." and Mrs. H. Christensdn returned to town from Itheir weddimr  crip on Saturday evening. '<  ;i-V#|--Muuch of'keysat^theskatiiig  nnk|^|mder please return & Pioneer  .pffic^avd?rect4ye,.revtard. * %-,,&.     ��  /( Miss Huddart, who has been visiting  .Mr^'andMts. Theo. BinetUfor a fe<v.  days,   returned  to   Grand Forks  on I Jas Marshall  Monday. | j J A Swanson  The annual dance 'given by the rec-j Wm Campbell  N J Carson ,  N Davidson  W H Biner  R K McCammon  J A Robinson  H H Cameron (  S Jennings '>'>'-"  J A Miller  J J Nixon '   "-  Vf Rom, '   -   ,..  T Prendergast -  If our Beer was not first  class in  every way,, therert���.        , ,.,        ,    -     ,.  - ,xr. ,  ��� ,  J       ������*/'*      l101'   *pd  Woman's Auxiliary  of Sfc. /*-"* Palorcia  WOUld    be'no   USe  adver-1 John's chmhh'is announced  to take/A F'Geddes  Geo Mattocks  Win Brewer  Jas Thorn  J F McDougall  Geo Ellis  J W Hannam  PCIune  tising- it to the public. /  the  j place on Tuesday, February 4fch  Danny Deaue,    proprietor   of  y*��HP'vA>!r 9KER,,THE      ��� J D^eane iotej,,, left on Thursday, inorn'-  f BOUNDARY COUNTRY     fc ���**( ing on -a' buSiriess trip  to Vancouvei  ] and other coast points.  'PHONE  23 Dv' w- H* Dickson, who has "passed  X*. -J *. ~< 1���-J. _ _    'I the last few^Veeks in,town during the  absence of Dr. Verrall, left; on Friday  foi'/Vancouver.~�� - �����&.. vrw -<, *. ,-*" * *--  a- -  P-HUBHIS' BREWINGCO.,  J>*K*-^.S"4-��?-S5^^ *--*Wti**^** ��-T.  Si  uiiehaSeKviGesi  JU.  <&!i  | The Services oh Sunday ta St/ John's  fchurch are: Holy,<Communion at $.30,  li.m., Morning, Prayer at 10.30, Holy  Communion atll a.m., Sunday School  jit 2.30-g.^ ^vening Pj^mivo^ 7.30.f  3Sev. K B! 1^1;' Sector.^ *'-*"**- fr-v '"* -  . The stated set vices'' in "the-Catholic  juhurch are as follows: First and third  Sundays; 4n",the'i monthr I Mass"< at'-*10  fl-m...^Sunday. ���Schopl^ at^2.30L���pm.;  EvenhVg-'-Service'-aU'-T.SO ���p^fT"'"Bev:  J'ather'ChbinelJpasU)!-'.*   '-:    J It / -  Sunday school  evenirig*sei*-  vice, 7.30 p.m. Prayer meeting, Thursday" evening, at"7.45 p.in',    ltev". J. J.  I St. Andtcw'b Piesbytoiiau,church���  Service wHPJb^" held in{the^aboVe  i.liurch on S"uiidaV, Jan.'lOtliTa't'7.30  jMii."' -A coidial welcome. Rev. J. R  'Munio, pastor.  f' Methoaist-Cluucli'-  inVdrBible,'<ila&s',tt2.301i.s'Tif  ui  WOOD  (,      First-class Fir and Tain-  v  r  *      arac Wood, $5.50 per cord  ".Pine Wood,   $5.00 per.cord.  ";Fir and Xaniarac, double cut,  " per cord, $7.00.  WOOD*DELIVERED   ON   SHORT  NOTICE. 'Phone B 32  Qizsi Johnson  Gust Peterson, who was* called to  et s death,  returned _to his^home  ii  Lewjstpn, cMontana,*oh Ii*i'iday.- {      '  -5*��&��*-"!K avfe he .-lentirely^^ discoii-  tinued on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday nexb,>n account of the Boundary bonipiel. , , o  M't- t !��� > " , A  ,Quite a large number of new beginners are to be'seen on1 the ice this year  ^"d *j,5e/4,J-,yB4?Ff iI-lUi,it-r sthan,,ever es-  e'orting Clippies" around^the ire.       \  fMissM. Sullivan was'called to the  bedside of her sister, Mis. M. J._Quuv.  JivanVof 'Grand Forlcs, on Wednesday.  JIxs^ 9uiuIiYui,,*"i?^*,ffei'inB��� iyom a.  severe attack of pneumonia.  pr,���aud Mi-s. W. S, Verrall arrived  in Unvn _ on ^Wednesday from their  wedding tour through the eastern  States. They have taken up their  residence over the Granby offices.   .  In addition to his u&ual dancing  class, Mr. Marks announces that he is  piepared to furnish a series of private  lessens to those desiring them at  Aeasouable teims.  A social sewing club has been instituted in Phoenix. The club meets  regularly at the residence of each  member and some really fine work is  being executed.  -  Messis. Clark,'Lytuie and McGregor,  of the Grand Forks line-up were visitors iu   thc city dining the com si- of  tho  week.    There can   be no doubt  but that the surprising success of the  ForKb team is in a large measuie due  to the two former mentioned players.  Walte;- Kennedy of Given wood was  in town over Thursday night on one  ol his  periodical   business  trip--.    Mr.  Kennedy is the sole iepiesentati\<> in  theBoundaiy for the celebratedToionto firm  of Rowntree, of biscuit land  chocolate fame.  * Mis. W. D. Williams and children,  with Miss M. Evans, arrived in camp  on Monday fiom the old country. Mi.  Williams and John Evans met the  party at Nelsou.   The travellers report  F J Harbinson  Jas Bateman '  S R Case '  H J Deichert  J E Carter  D Docksteader  A A White  J L May  C M Campbell  J E Thompson  "C H Knight  - M McL'ebd      '  P J Cook*  H Goodwin  J T Hawthorn"  ���- A F Geddes  GKay  Wm Lindsay  H Tilton  Wm Slack  J E Thompson  Wm Prendergast  H Hartley  John Marshall  D J McDonald  D Paterson  H Manning  Geo Rogers  One on the Editor  A.pert young miss with a sharp  pencil wrote ascertain editor'as fol-  lows: "Your editoeial deploring  the /fact that so many young women  are,taking men's places, in offices  and shops is amusing. Why don't  men marry us and keep business for  themselves? If you cads have the  notion that women prefer banging  typewriters, or selling goods over  the counter to making homes for  loving husbands and prattling kiddies, why then you are a goose of  an editor, and a very unobserving  man. AH this talk about the  modern desire of women to be independent of man is absurd. The  pictures you see in the magazines  of happy bachelor girls are lying  documents���there isn't any such  thing as a: happy bachelor girl  though there might be such a thing  as a *'merry widow."  ..'.'?". :'���:"'..".'...'' '"�����' '������������^'  The Real Thing  ,    The neighborhood of Tranquille,  near Kamloops, has long been famed  for the dry salubrity of its climate.  It  has how, however,   a  new  title   lo  celebrity   as   the  champion    rattlesnake section of British  Columbia.  While working on   C.   N.   R.   construction at Tranquille, a few  days  since, the operators on the big steam  shovel   brought   up,   in   a   single  dipperful, ho fewer than  one   hundred and fifty rattlers.    The snakes  were benumbed with cold when   the  dipper tore them from their home in  the loose rocks.  .*'���'���-.. r~���������������-��� r^- '���  From the "Mining and Engineering World" Chicago Illinois, it is  learned that the Hardinge Conical  Mill company of New York, advises  that the Britannia Mining and Smelting company,' Britannia Beach,  B.C., has placed orders for 'five  eight-foot Hardinge conical pebble  mills of the latest design and one  six foot Hardinge conical ball mill,  which mills are to be used in connection with the Minerals flotation process. The same company has been  acquiring, by purchase other mining properties in the vicinity of the  group of mineral claims it has long  held, situated on Britannia Mountain,  Howe Sound.���Province.  .'   ' '  A condensed  review of "Mining  in B.C., In 1912," by E. Jacobs,  appears fn the current issue/ of the  Engineering and Mining Journal,  and in the matter of gold production, the author estimates thc increase from the lode mines of the  Boundary district, including the  Nickel Plate mine in the Similkameen, to be 15,000 ozs. Ti.e silver  output in the Boundary district  he places at 400,000 ounces. With  regard to copper the article contains  the following: "The year's production of copper, nearly 50,000,000  lbs., is without question tbe largest  in any year in the history of copper  mining in the province. Comparison with the records of 1908 and  1909 will not correctly show the increase in actual production, for  some'earlier  figures   represent   the  copper contents   of the  ore,   while  [-���ii , i     i i  those for 1912 give  the  copper  recovered.    A glance  at  the   figures  of the few larger  mines   will   show  that  the   above   estimate    is   well  based. ' For instance, Granby's  ore  output   was   more    than   1,200,000  tons; with a recovery of 18   lbs.   of  copper per ton, 22,000,000 lbs.   are  accounted   for.      British  Columbia  Copper   compaily   (including   New  Dominion) made an output of about  620,000 tons of ore;  at only 16 lbs.  of copper to the ton,  approximately  10,000,000 lbs.   are  accounted  for.  * j , ,  Coast mines are officially stated to  have'recovered fully 15,500,000 lbs.,  while Rossland "mines are credited,  with 2,500,000 lbs. At 16 cents  per lb. (the average will be a frac^  tion higher), the value of the year;s  / output is within the mark at $8,000,-  1000, which for actual production of  I copper, constitutes a record year for  I this metal.  Commenting in the current issue of  the Cranbrook Herald, on the recent  exhibit of East Kootenay ores thai  were  on view  during   the  Chicago  Land     show,      Joseph    Ryan,     of  Cranbrook, who   was primarily   responsible    for   the   scheme,    says:  To sum up what was effected   by  the    mineral exhibit   at   Chicago   it  can   be   said   that   Cranbrook    was  proven to be the center of an   area  embracing the St. Eugene,   Aurora  and Society Girl at Moyie, the Sullivan, North Star and Stemwinder at  Limberley, the  Evans Group,    Dominion      Consolidated,      Hodson's  Group and the Big  Copper  on   the  St.   Mary's   River,    the    Kootenay  King, Tiger-Poorman,  Empire   and  Eagle and  Plume   Group   at   Fort  Steele, the War   Eagle   on   Skook-  umchuck, the   different   claims   belonging to Micheai Shira *>n   Lewis  and    Tracey    creeks,     the     great  deposits   of hematite  iron   ore  on  Bull   river   with,  many   others,   all  within practically a radius ofi twenty  miles from Cranbrook.    Ax a proof  of the belief which the authorities at  Victoria have in the efficacy of   the  mineral exhibit to attract the atten  tion of the public   to   the   resources  and .opportunities of the province, it  may be said, finally, that the government   is   now   perfecting   arrangements for   the  collection    and    exhibition of  a  collection   of ores   to  embrace   the   entire    province    of  British Columbia.       It is    probable  that this collection will be shown at  the   great . Panama   Exhibition   at  San Francisco in 1915.   JIH  ���������"ffSS*!  !T**"  NYAL'S CHERRY COUGH CURE  What's thc use experimenting with medicines'- Why be  persuaded to try something just because it is new, when you can  get a medicine that has stood I ho (est of use for years, and which  has never disappointed V  We know what Myal's Cherry Cough Cm ire Is.  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Increase of pupula-  tion did it. The days when available lands can be secured at low prices  are rapidly passing. You will probably never have another opportunity -j  like this to acqnire a lot 33.x 124 feet.  Cut This Coupon Now���Ma<l It.  1  fV-  '.T��*  iV  r' i  KiKpi^5  km  -fife  m  As it would take unlimited space- to  further describe "White Rock Heights"  and do it justice, you are invited to call,  write or phone to our special representative, located at the Hotel Brooklyn, for  Three Days, who will gladly give you  full information.  -. 1913  Special Representative,  Brooklyn Hotel,  Phoenix, B. C.  Kindly send me complete information in regard to lots in  White Rock Heights.  Name   Address :....:.....:...........���......  Phone '...;..!���...'.:'.   &+*��ivmf&j


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