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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jul 19, 1913

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 -.��_-.__.��.  ���__ -    _,  .V'  ��� .'  ��� nam mwii lwiliMll^liltilr^i_wi4ft  ������/  The largest copper mines in  the Dominion are situated  ab Phoenix. The Granby  Co. employs 500 men,' and  has a monthly pay roll of,  over $50,000, while the. Rawhide pay roll is $18,000. -" ���  Devotee! to the Interests e^the Boundary Mining District  The Phoenix ( Pioneer is'  published in the ln'ghest  municipality in Ganada--  altitude, 4,800 ft. The city  lias a population of 1,500,,  and possesses first-class  hotels, opera house, schools  FIFTEENTH YEAR  PHOENIX, B.C., SATURDAY, JULY 19, 19.3  Granby Notes  The initial  consignment of: eight  strongly-constructed steel cars,   for  use   at  the    Granby   Consolidated  company's'   Hidden    Creek    mine,  which have been   turned out at the  company's shops  here  in  Phoenix,  were shipped  north   last week.    A  second  batch    consisting . of eight  . more' were   also despatched yesterday.    The cars,  which {have a capacity of between four and five tons,  are all of the side-dumping pattern,  and will be transhipped  to the company's barges and towed to Anyox.  The  installation of the new machinery, which   in addition ������ to their  already   extensive equipment,   will  place the Granby shops in Phoenix,  to the forefront of anything of that  kind in the west, was  successfully  completed  two    weeks    ago,,,  and  according, to report is affording the  maximum amount of satisfaction to  all concerned.     The new plant consists    of   six   machines;    including  a 21in.   upright drill  press, a 12ft.  "Hew Haven" heavy lathe, a ���<Cin-  cinnatti" milling machine, one "Acme" combination  turret lathe, one  Universal grinding machine  and a  "Higley"     cold     saw    cutting-off  machine.  Successful Dance  The dance on Wednesday, given  for the purpose  of raising funds to  defray the cost of laying  out a suitable ball ground, drew the merriest  throng of dancers that  have assembled in   Phoenix  for months, while  the very,large  attendance furnished  a happy  augury for the success of  the citizens' undertaking. The Ironsides orchestra of five  pieces  furnished  a capital program of music,  and rendered  an estimable service  by substituting a number of the old  favorites for the impossible exercises  that  unfortunately we    have  been  "treated"  to. of fate.    This  departure,   together  with   a  very active  floor  rammtUee;   was   in   a  great  measure   responsible   for   what   all  present voted it, an unqualified success.     The prize to   the   lady  selling the  largest" number of tickets  was  awarded   to   Miss  C.   Delvo,  who.succeeded  in disposing  of 58,  while Miss. L'Heureux was a very  close second  with 51   to her credit.  Up to  the  time of going  to press,  the  dance accounts  had  not  been  compiled, but a conservative estimate ofthe  net receipts will  total in  the neighborhood of $150.   ������  -*pm_��^*H-_n_MMH  B. C. Mining    j  After working all last winter, T.  Pearson and Charles Petersen have  struck a nice vein of galena, at a  distance of 90 feet on Nine Mile. At  this point the vein shows a width pf  three to four feet with a paystreak  often inches of solid ore.���Portland  Canal Miner.  This summer a party of geologists  under Stewart J. Schofield of the  geological survey branch of the di-f  partment of mines at Ottawa wili  make a survey of the'east side of  Kootenay lake, between Crawford  Bay and Sanca. Another party is  now working from the St. Mary's  river country, and will meet Mr  Schofield at the summit.  City Council Meeting  The  bi-monthly  meeting  of the  Phoenix City council took place on  Wednesday evening in the city hall,  the mayor. D. J. Matheson, presiding.      The   others   present   were,  Aldermen   W.    Prendergast,    Geo.  Rogers,  Jas.   Marshall,   M.    Kane  and A. D. McKenzie.      During the  session,   the  council  received a deputation  composed ^of   Messrs.   J.  McLaughlin,    Geo.    Ellis,     F.    S.  Norcross, Jun.   and J.   E.   Thomp-  son, who petitioned  the  council on  behalf of the citizens, to afford some  financial aid to the project, already  well advanced, for providing a suitable  recreation . ground   near   the  Idaho compressor.     The mayor expressed   bimself in  sympathy  with  the object aimed at, but emphatically  .^^srW"-���?^.  &  &  ���M?  "i'~l*TI T*~ *% "S-^5*  ?5c  i*___  "Ufa**  I  Number 1  Labor Daj-^^ebrationV^  Last'week  a/mi_eting: was called  >Road Work Commences  $'$'   Spraggett,  supt.   of roads in  u   ._   r     .     til v���  ~   ?\         "v/-*"   -,��',as��c'-'-��  sup-:,  or  roaas in  by the local u^.ojn fa^g purpose^Ke Grand Forks riding, arrived in  of di��uas.og��*,e promotipp^rhecity,' on Tuesday, for the pur-  Phoenix of a L_^r Dajg^f^icnt   pose of looking over  the   roads in  The notice evide^?S^Ka��^-��n^rtun-  ately overlooked, for no one representative of the business element  put in an appearance. However,  in order to clear the ground, so to  speak, the matter will be a topic  for discussion at tonight's meeting  ot the union members, at which all  who.can possibly be present are requested to put in an appearance.       i  It is   now a   matter   of five years   the   district."   This  pose ot   looking  this   locality,   preparatory  to  commencing     operations     hereabouts.  The   work   in connection   with   the  renovation    of    the    Eholt-Denora  branch,   we  understand,   was commenced    *on      the     day     of    Mr.  Spraggett's arrival, and   no  doubt  with the  addition   of fine   weather  that section will be  placed on a par  with the other splendid highways of  action   of the  Latest reports from the  Coronal declared he was  not at all in favor  tion mine, in   the   Lillooet  district! j of the  ground   being set  aside for  say \ that crushing is -noiv in fuji  swing, and yields 2 oz. gold to the  ton. This is an excellent showing^  and. fully justifies the optimisti-!  views which have been held about  this mine. A party of directors are  now inspecting the property, ana*  will leave for Victoria shortly  Ontario Visitors irf Phoenix  R. V.  Chisholm,  licensee of the  Queen's hotel, had the pleasure of a  visit  from   his    two   brothers   this  week,   Messrs.   P. S.   Chisholm   of  Alexandria,   Ont.,   and John   Chisholm,   of Coeur    D'Alenes,   Idaho.  The former   visitor  is} accompanied  by  M. "J. Morris," of Alexandria! a'  very intimate  friend  of the family,  who   in   company   with   Mr.   P.  SI  Chisholm,- is- making a  prolonged  tour of 'tjhe 'Northwest-and British  Columbia,    with   the    intention   of  winding up with-a trip   to points on  the Pacific coast.   'The Ontario visitors   are    greatly \ impressed    with  what   they   have  seen   of the   west  and this province.    They   leave- for  Vancouver  and Victoria some time  during the coming week.  Mystery Still Unsolved  Frank Firicham, formerly of Phoenix,   the  Rossland  electrician  who  disappeared  about two weeks ago,  is  supposed   now     to    have    been  drowned,sat least that  is the generally   accepted   theory.      Up   to the  present not the slightest   clue to his  whereabouts    has    been    obtained,  and, acting qd the drowning theory,  the Mayor of Rosalind  despatched  a; search   party  on Wednesday with  orders  to   make  a  search  for the  body from a point five  miles above  the    mouth     of   Blueberry   creek,  thence down the   Columbia river to  Northport   on   the   American   side  From   that   point   a  sharp lookout  is being kept  by  the United States  authorities.      Mrs. Fincham arrived  at her home in Rossland' on Sunday  last from her sadly interrupted holi  I day.  since   a  celebration   of  Labor day,  or any pihei- day, took  place in this  town.    Grand   Forks,   Greenwood,  Midway and Christina  have all had  their turn, and surely there must be  sufficient public  spirit  left amongst  us for a celebration to be held here  the exclusive use of the baseball | on September 1st.  club alone, and on the committee  giving an assurance that such was.  not the intention, the council unanimously agreed to vote the sum  of $200 to assist the movement.  A communication from the Car-  tier Centenary celebration committee requesting a ..donation from  this city was quickly disposed of by  an explanation from the mayor,  who stated that he had. received a  letter of later date from the secretary apologizing for the mistake of  a second request, .this city's donation having been inadvertently over-  ���lOOKeu.  j ��� _. ...__ ... -~-iaiiu _ay_riy   purcnasea  oy   mose co  Another   matter for  the  council's   vance   at the   fairgrounds   for   any 1 whom the word "mother" possessed  consideration,, was    the   complaint! wno may wish them.    This innova-1 a sacred significance,  from Greenwood  re  the contamina-ltlon ,is the   result   of the, large de-1 '_,*'' /V  1 powers that be will  entirely obviate  the necessity for the proposed public   meeting which   it was proposed  to call this week for  the purpose of  dravving   the attention of the  Hon..  Thos.   Taylor,   Minister  of Works,  to   the    isolated   condition   of this  tovyn as far as road connection with  Grand    Forks    is concerned.       On  Wednesday the superintendent rode  to  Grand   Forks in company  with  N. J. Carson.  ��� ' <*. _  Presbyterian Social  The Mothers' Day social, under  the auspices of the Presbyterian  Ladies Aid, took place as arranged  on Friday of last week in the  church. Throughout the afternoon  arid evening the ladies were busily  engaged in entertaining their numerous  guests,   and large  quantities  Spokane Interstate Fair  Spokane, July 19.��� Fully one  thousand Indians and 250 United  States soldiers will be the players  in the big night show at the Interstate fair, which this year will be  termed "The Last Stand of Custer."  The show will be a full portrayal  of the famous battle in the Big  Horn country. In order that those  living outside of Spokane may be  as well' accommodated as those in  the city, Robert Cosgrove, manager  of the fair, has  put in   a system by   of  beautiful flowers  were   on  hand  which seats  may be .reserved in ad-I and eagerly  purchased by  those to  The success of gold dredging  operations upon the Lardo river is  more assured than ever, the dredge  which was started at Goldhill this  spring cleaning up enough of the"  yellow metal to pay operating expenses. It is anticipated that when  the dredge is moved backwards up  the river to a bar about two hundred  feet distant, the harvest will be a  handsome one.  ; " The   Consolidated   has a force' of  65 men at ��� work   getting. the   mine  'ion. of the   water, of  Twiu   creek. I mand, for reserved seats that poured 1 Boundary Ore Tonnages  ready   for   prpductibii:    The   aerial' A1����ouEh   the. city, government  re-   ��n-from the country last year.    '     .    \     ��r_uowin*g,are the  returns* of the >  tramway, four miles in  length, con-  fused td adm>*the full responsibility  :   -   *     *    -      output of the   Granby :mines    and  necting the mine on Toad Mountain -Cortne nuisance, .they nevertheless-',    > B.C. CopperTreatment..        smelter for'the week ending July "13,  with the railway at Nelson, has had   de-"-l-d   to   take   vigorou-  steps'-to   "ihe  B.C.   Columbia   company's  ^ p. C. Copper smelter^reatmen^  to be practically rebuilt.    The  mine   <��������< - &r as Phoenix was coo-  smeJter   treated  lji363 tons \{ *���  �������� ����� endinS �� 13th' aad  i.- connected with the power plant of jceraed, the   slightest  suspicion that   thl*s week> as foUows: Mother Lode,   br*nhv oa ��24    695 705  the   Kootenay   Power   company   at   the polution   has  its source id 1*0-/4,997; .Rawhide.   5,450;   Napoleon, ^'smh.ter towages  Bonnmgton    Falls,    The   shaft   is"'**     H.    Hartley,   the   city    clerk, 1570; Queen Vict., 103; others,243.       Granby 24495     651 i 94  1000 feet deep, but it is probable a   ^s  thereupon   mstructed   to  warn/ -_!-.  b! ChopperCo/.    11,36%    357,loi  long tunnel will  be  run   to   provide I *?" offending   property  owners   that/      The reform of the Hoi  drainage and   save   the   expense of Ion or after September 1st, prosecu-|comesup'Jfor discussion <at the next i  operating   the  shaft.      The   ore   is, * -���--���������-* "  .-���"I |  - < y:<  ������^s*.  The  Big' Store  Preserving  Cherries  BINGS,  ROYAL ANNES,  LAMBERGS  bornite,  grey  copper and  iron py.  rites.  Recent developments in connection with the Neill-Tompkin property on Hidden Creek, Yale, B.C.,  are arousing a lot of local interest.  It is asserted that the tunnel is now  eight feet of solid ore, free milling  and high grade. Captain Bellamy,  of Vancouver, with associates in that  city, has taken a bond on the property, and is arranging for the installation of a stamp <mill to treat the  product of the mine on the ground.  Other properties on Hidden Creek,  especially those ( of Foulk and the  McDonald brothers, are looking  well. The Hidden Creek mineral  field is not extensive, but the ore  found so far is very rich. The Si-  wash Creek Mines Ltd., operating  placer ground on the main creek,  has about completed all preparatory  work, and announces that gold  washing will begin shortly.  The Omineca   Gold   Mines, Ltd.,  of  Vancouver,   who   have   sixteen  Jeases on Quartz and Vital creeks in  the Omineca district, and ten  miles  of dredging ground   on   Fall   river,  have decided to undertake development   on    a   large   scale.     R.    D.  Fetherstonhaugh, M.E., Vancouver,  was in town this week outfitting for  a trip to the property.    He is taking  six men in with him   this   season to  continue the prospecting which was  started last year.   -Mr.   Fetherstonhaugh secured the  ground  for  the  company,   and   he  took  out  some  very good samples last fall.    He recently informed a  representative of  the Omineca Herald that the Omineca Gold Mines, Ltd., was preparing  to put in a large plant next season,  and that this  year  he   would  complete the preliminary plans, and have  everything on the grounds ready for  it.     He is enthusiastic over the Omineca  district   and   believes   that  a  great amount of gold will   be takt;n  out of  there  during  the   next few  years.  tions would be commenced.  The   following    accounts   having  been endorsed   by the   finance committee, were ordered to be paid:  Provincial Jail, Nelson   ....     $6.-50  J. Kohrdt 75  N. Minelli.        9.60  Wm. Louttitt            5.00  Electric Light Co    112.00  Gust Johnson       157.50  Postoffice        3.50  Morrin, Thompson Co      22.70  Telephone company      12.20  D. L. McEIroy    259.06  ' parliamentary' session.  Colonel   Roosevelt   is   hunting in  f tbe Bad lands, Arizona.  I  Total    589.66  . ���   Football Trophy Offer Accepted  The generous   offer   of  a cup by  J. R. Jackson,   the provincial representative    of   Greenwood    district,  was  entertained   and   accepted    on  Thursday at a' meeting   of the delegates  of Phoenix,   Greenwood  and  Mother Lode  mine football   teams.  A communication   from   the  men of  the Rawhide   mine   regretting their  inability to  raise   a   team was read.  A   resolution    that    Ernest   Miller,  M.P. P.   for   this  district, should be  invited.to offer medals for thc second  best team, was adopted  and tomorrow   evening was   the   date   set for  another meeting in the Union Cigar  store.      The following officers were  elected: Hon. presidents, J. R. Jackson,    M.P.P.     and    Ernest   Miller,  M.P.P.; pres., F. S. Norcross, Jun.;  vice-pres.,  A. Reed; sec.-treas., E.  McCutcheon.  QUALITY  Today the Curtain Goes Up on the Best Display of Clothes for Men this town has ever seen  COME, SEE FOR YOURSELF  For a Suit or Overcoat���that's  that's "different"���that's "better"-  here  N. J. CARSON & CO., Lower Town  "distinctive"���  -come directly  Interested and huge audiences were  the rule this week at the Union picture shows in the opera house, all of  the performances being carried through  without the slightest hitch. The old  French play, "The Two Orphans,"  drew u very large audience on Monday, and next week the secretory promises his theatre patrons it'more thr-n  usually excellent tind varied hssoi i-  ment of pictures. The new iuachi:>e  is the last word in that class of iristi i-  ment and its performance fully hen rs  out all that the makers claim for it.  We've the making* of much prosperity here in this Clothes  Shop.      Gladly will help you to your share.  Come in !  DIGGING BOOTS���A SPECIALTY ME   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  M_MM_ttk-M_����h  KS;  King EdwardLodge  No. 36, A.F. and A.M.  i  Regular communication at 8  p.m.   Second Thursday of  each month.  .Emergent meetings as called; Masonic  Hall, McHale Block.  Jas. E. Carter,  Secy.  Fai.,_teb J.  Cook,  W.M.  I. O. O. F.  Snowshoe Lodg-e  No. 46  "V/eetS every Monday, Evening at  Mil ers' Hall. Visiting brethren cor-  dia'y invited, r  Walter Ross, Noble Grand.  Dan Paterson, Fin. 3ecy.  Sam McLeod, Rec. Secy.  Daughters of Rebekah  Phoenix Lodge No. 17  Meotfl in   tho  Minors'   Union   Iiodgo  Hall Firsl mid Third Wednesdays.  Mrs. Amy Cook, Moblo Grand.  Mrs. E/Ho JVtarslmll, Socio tury.  FKATERNAL ORDER.  OF EAGLES  Phoenix Aerie No. 168  Meets in Union Hall, Friday Evenings  Visiting brothers are always welcome. I worth it  Forest Facts to Ponder Over  Fifty years is a very short time  in the history of a forest.' Most of  the timber being cut in British  Columbia today is over two hundred years old���some of it over  eight hundred years old.  It takes years to grow trees���not  hours or days. ' >  If we want oiir trees protected  we must care for them now. Today is fifty years "ago" from .the  year 1963���and that'is not far away.  There is a crisis coming���when  the forests which for' a century men  have thought "inexhaustible" are  going to be greatly depleted.  We must prepare  for  that  con>  tingency.  Stop the fires. $/  Stop  the waste in logging,  milling and utilization.  Stop   the   insect   and  fungus depredations.  Cut timber only when it is "ripe"  ���when   it  will   produce   as   much  value   as   possible in  usefulness   to  men.      v *���  Plant the waste places.  Plant the needed shelter belts.  These take  time, they take men,  they   take     money,    but   they   are  Concentrates  The measure for the disestablishment of the chnrch in Wales has  passed its final reading.  J. W. Harris, of Summerland,  has been appointed to the principal-  ship of the Merritt public schools  at a salary of $120 per month.  A man named Fournier recently  amused himself by throwing boys  off the wharf at Kaslo. It took  about a quarter of an hour to ret tore  one of them to consciousness.'  Another    thousand    Doukhobors  will arrive  in British  Columbia this  fall.    This will reduce the colony in  Saskatchewan   to  3000,   and bring  the number in B.C. to 5000 people.  Mosquitoes have  now become so  troublesome    along     the     Duncan  river, that   the  trail   building  from  Healy's  landing to  Hall creek has  had   to   be    discontinued   for   the  summer. '* >  Quitman Work, W. P.  James Wbib, W. Secy.  K. of P. Lodge,  No. 28  France has spent' $35,000,000 in  planting trees on watersheds,  A detachment of the Northwest:  Mounted police are scouring the  country to the back of Wilkie and  Macklin, in Sask., searching for a  Swede named Axel Anderson, whd  recently murdered his wife. j  * A number of natives, of the island  of Malta have recently been refused  Phoenix,  B.C. '  Meets TuksdAy Evening afc 7.30,  Sojourning brothers cordially wel  corned.  J. E. Carter, K. of R. S.  Gordon Thompson, C. C.  i  Germany spends up to $13 per entry into Canada. The Vancouver  acre per annum on some forests, officials state that because they have  and gets gross returns up to $24 not come direct to Canada the appli-  per  acre, thus  yielding  net profits  cants for entry are ineligible.  PYTHIAN SISTERS  ���Mountain Temple Lodge No. 17  "Meets"'in Pythian Hall, Lower Town  ��� ' "First and Third Thursdays.  Elizabeth Pope  M.E.C.  Mrs. Mary McKenzie  M.TK.C.  ',1   ' n-  w.f'Z  He .  ~m  ������'4-  <P  *fft$$ [;A ,���    tV- liberal rates.  RECO STEAM LAUNDRY  . The machinery in our Laundry has  'recently been completely over-hauled,  and we are now in a position to give  our patrons, the'Utmost satisfaction in  all kinds.of laundry work at the most  We wash Everything;   but  the  Baby.  up to $11 per acre every year.  As a whole, Germarn foests produce about $2.00 net per acre annually.  Canada spends much less than  one cent per acre per annum on  the forest lands under management.  If we set the fire loss against  the timber product, Canada's forest  balance sheet shows an enormous  deficit.  How can Canadians stop these  losses and arrest the waste? There  is but one answer. Public opinion,  public conscience are the only forces  'that will ever make for progress.-  A Trial Solicited.  Phone SO.   Dominion Ave.  Peter Aiten, who was arrested at  Gibbon, last summer, on a charge  of stealing a quantity of gold from  a Glacier creek claim near Dawson,  Y.T., was sentenced on Saturday  last to six months' imprisonment.  In spite of every eflfqrt to locate,  him, the escaped leprous Chinaman  whose present freedom is giving the  people on the coast considerable  alarm, is still at large. Detectives  of his own race are engaged op the  case.  A young woman, named Jennie  Mitchell, was ' electrocuted a' few-  days ago in ��� Winnipeg. "' 'She was  returning from a visit and evidently  came into contact with a live wire  that had been blown down by a  storm.  ��� John D. Taylor, M.P., for New  Westminster, has been formally  gazetted as commander of the 104th  Regiment  to    succeed   Lieut.-Col.  war. This colossal undertaking  cost $1,200,000, and is illustrated  with nearly 1,000,000 maps and  plans.  The diamond necklace, purchased  by Jack- Johnson, the nigger pugilist, for his first wife, realized the  sum of $2160. The jewelry was  confiscated by the Federal authorities.  The inhuman atrocities committed  by the Bulgarians in ��� the Balkan  war has so stirred the Vancouver  Greek residents that they have subscribed a further sum of money towards their country's Red Cross  service.  "Strong as Gibraltar" has become  a proverb, but apparently "Gib." is  not so strong that  the British government    neglects   any   means   to;  make it stronger.    The   Admiralty  has instructed Major E. Richardson  the   famous    English   breeder  and  trainer 'of dogs, to   send   a number  of these animals to the old fortress,  where   they are  to  be used as sentries.    The  dogs  selected are described as a mixed breed of Airedales.  Over 5000 members of the Orange  association   paraded  in  Vancouver  on   Saturday  for   the   purpose    of  celebrating the 233rd anniversary of  the bailie of the Boyne. . In Belfast,  Ireland, things were not  so peaceful  and   throughout   the  day   the  whole of the garrison were confined  to barracks, while thousands of the  Royal     Irish     constabulary    were  stationed at   strategic  points in the  city and.district in readiness for the  expected   trouble.    During  one   of  the scraps,   the factions   united and  stubbornly attacked the police.  Stefansson, the leader of the  Canadian Arctic expedition, who is  now at Nome, plans to leave that  town to-day for Point Barrow.  Since his arrival at Nome the explorer has been busily employed in  selecting suitable dogs for the proposed sleighing trips. Over 100  dogs are being collected. . The  southern party will* be in /contact  nearly all the time\with tribes of  Esquimo so.there will be little diffi-  culty experienced by them as far as  methods of locomotion are concerned.  eREAM  BAKING POWDER  You will find it a great satisfaction to do  More Home Baking  You will make, biscuit, cake and pastry  clean, fresh and tasty���better every way  than the ready made foods.  Dr. Price's Baking Powder is specially  devised for home use, and makes home  baking easy and a delight. It will protect you from the dread alum baking  powders, which are too frequently found '  in the ready made articles, and insure  you food of the highest health fulness.  Scantily Dressed  The   scanty   garb   of   an   ultra-  fashionably  dressed   woman   led to  her   being   asked   to .leave   Lord's  cricket grounds, where the Oxford-  Cambridge cricket match was being  played   last  Monday..    The   stands  were   filled with   Britain's  smartest  society  people  and   ali   the women  present   were, .beautifully  gowned,  but   the  person   in   question   was  easily   noticeable   because   of   her  startling and daring costume.     She  wore a big flapping straw hat and a  lace dress which had evidently no  lining, and'whose skirt was so flimsy that black knickerbockers and  jewelled garter buckles were \ as  easily seen as if in a shop window.  All eyes were gradually magnetized  by .the woman until suddenly a  policeman walked over and whispered something in her ear. She arose  and left the grounds. However,  she was perfectly complacent and  evidently quite satisfied with the  sensation she had made'.  ���SHOOS   tflSft   Fit I/Johnson, who  is  transferred  to the  retired list.     He will have  the title  p I.  li,"r\  ���**5��-T*-.<_ltTfl  Smiling  fe  fX-i  greet the coming of a case of  PHCENIX BEER  Jpfe'  m.  J>mA  good  WHY?  Because the Beer is so  and wholesome'it brings the  smile.  'PHONE  23  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  LIMITED  We make a specialty of Miners'  Shoes; good fit, nice shape, and  nothing but the best of stock used  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  NICK PALORCM,  Knob Kiii Ave.    .    Phoenix, B.C.  DRAYIMJG  ' ' '     ' - .    ?,'     ('*  Of-allv kinds promptly-attended  to.- Rapid Express and Bag-  gage Transfer. Careful attention to-all orders.      Phone A65  James G. McKeown  Specially of Coughs  WOOD  First-class Fir and Tarn-  arac Wood, $5.50 per cord  Pine Wood,   $5.00 per cord.  I0M^aAa  %��WkyfH  w$&mA  ts^m^AvAAl  J$fe"$&  WmSM  Fir and Tamarac, uou'ble cut,  per cord, S7.00.  WOOD  DELIVERED   ON   SHORT  NOTICE. 'Phone B 32  One of the finest laboratories in  Canada  ia   devoted  exclusively to the manufacture of Mathieu's Syrtrp of  Tar and Cod Liver Oil���the  great Canadian specific for  coughs.    The finest of Pine  Tar,'  the   choicest   Norway  Cod Oil, and every other of  the many Healing medicines  which compose it are tested  at every sti'ge   to see that  their quality is right.   The  combination   of ingredients  in  Mathieu's Syrup of Tar  and   Cod   Liver   Oil is the  result of the life work of the  chemist Mathien.  No hap-hazard remedy this  ���no "just as good" drug  put up by some obscure pharmacist, or large general drug  house.  Just a cough and cold  remedy, which thanks to its  excellent formula and' its  unvarying excellence in preparation has come to be  known as the best cough  remedy in Canada, where Its  sale is very large. If you  really want to cure your cold,  don't accept any substitute.  Sold everywhere���xsc laree  bottle. '  Jf. *U MATRIEU CO.. Prop-  Sherbrooke. p.Q.  i/^"?*'? ".!"' -frvtK. iw~~��;��r>if the roM,  Mathiru; nercinr. Pointer* uHU promriuv  dispel them. Sold everywhere���sic writ*  qf IB powdert. J  of Provisional Lieut.-Colonel.  Walter McCray, a deep sea diver,  recently located the sunken wreck  ,of the cannery ship, Jabez Howe,  lost off Chignik about two years  ago. The cargo of the vessel, con  si-ting of block tin, valuedat $37,-  000, was recovered. During the  search another wreck  was  located.  Application for two stalls in the  great London cattle and meat market by Armour and, company, was  opposed by the city corporation, on  the grounds that there is a great  matter of importance underlying it,-  and questions, which rhust^be' dis-'  cussed of most vital public interest  and.of .a-very serious nature.r  According to the government returns recently ' made public, the  cost of the ''official history 'of the  Boer war was $145j530. ^This is  a sm'all sum when-compared'with  J the money expended' ' by the  German government in compiling  the history  of the   Franco-German  Reasonable Argument  In an address before the Canadian Club at Vancouver, H. W,  Stevens, M.P., referring to immigration from China and Japan, announced that the Dominion government contemplates the negotiation  of a treaty with China similar to  the existing arrangement with  Japan, restricting the number of  immigrants to 450 a year.  Mr. Stevens also referred to the  question of the Hindoo immigration  problems, and emphasized the un-  desirability of the natives of India  as * settlers here. With regard to  the plea of the Hindus that they be  allowed to bring in their wives,-he  referred to the "girl wives" of India,  and quoted statistics to demonstrate  the danger of allowing the bars to  be lifted.  "Ifa- Hindoo is allowed to bring  over 'his family?" -observed the  speaker, "he might bring four girls  as his 'daughters, who in reality  Would be his wives.- The Hindu  live- in the large centres of population; the Hindu does not pioneer;  he has done nothing for civilization.  Immigration is a privilege, not a  right."  DO   YOU WANT TO  MAKE MORE MONEY  IN. placing your Newspaper Advertising,  place the greatest value on the paper with the  greatest.influence on its readers.  Vfc=  5-1-'3 J  t  The Direct  K.Ollte Coast Points  via the;  Great Northern Railway  Vancouver, $17.85; Victoria via Seattle $17.85  New Westminster, $17.85  )_Mi__nNH_MwaiM-anM-mMaHnBapeg^^  ��� DIRECT CONNECTION AT SPOKANE  For additional information communicate with j  H. S. VOTAW, Local Agent.  Use the medium that is watched for every  week by the people of your community.  Spend the money with  the paper that is  read with interest.^/ It reaches the people and  \ you know that;youVe getting into the homes of  the people you want to reach.  Quality has not yet become* popular, but  the day is not far distant when this will be "one  of the main features of Newspaper Advertising.  In the meantime business men, who have faith  in quality, are reaping huge returns.  '' .[rAr[:y [::[: Ttf .;. AA-, ���'-$������   .  Reniember first, last, and always, that circulation counts; that, quality' of service gives  quality- fn returns. The high priced medium  pays. Like the high priced servant, you will  find money well expended.  '������'      ..'������. Iff  Yo.u can make more money, by selling  more goods; you can sell more goods by advertising in: The Phoenix Pioneer, whose constituency is the Boundary district.  The way to test the truth of this statement  is to send us the copy for your ad. right away.  The experience would not be an expensive one,  and satisfactory results are assured.  fff '";>_���  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.  ?2;00 per year, in Advance: $2.50 per year, United States  mismm... ,v  ��.  V  THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  "BLOOD IS THICKER THAN WATER"  SSftSSSj*00** red "l00*? a man his a ���*veak hcart and P����r nerves. Thinness of  R_ ,!?_*-���ff��a5aemli_ 's common In young folks as well as o'd. Especially Is It  the case with those who work in Illy ventilated factorles-or those who are shut  -.p.te.d?��? ���?.stater time with a coal stove burning up the oxygen or emlltintf  ��___&i7��&,i*11!-- T_l*-"-���*-���or blo^v^iichlack'th.Tr?_ybloodZwndef  ��__S^_^S^%SL1!fvs bee5 cause*J �����_"* ��* -��od 'resh *ir hiwShVdirto       ���  fiSffift__?__ja�� you"��tu��yto-i_S5S_.  DJt PIERCE'S ,  GQIDM MEDICAL DISCOVERY  ?rM��i00�� 5wnS?.ria��tl?-tiraJlv.e that $t:Jrts the Iivcr -*���<* stomach inlo vigorous  action. It thus assists the body to manufacture rich red blood which ft-eds the  heart-nerves-braln and organs of the body.   The organs work smoothly like  _S*_ I_Vf?*_V,1n,nJ-,n ��i'- *��u *eel de��_-. ���*"���� -nd strenuous instead of tied  weak and faint.   Nowadays you can obtain Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dial  >R^?,_S_^ir1?5J^tel'f1,-UI fcim 'rtSn,?"jnSlilM d3eli��tabEu .���������������  ��������� w mall, prepaid in JI or 50c size. Adress R. V. Pierce, M. D., Buffalo, N. Y.  *_!bJfI!SC.?!.S.?5BAT I008 PAQB IWDSTRATED COMMON SBNsFmEDICAL  ADV1SBR WIL. BB SBNT FREE, CLOTH BODMP FOB SO OnSnT STAMPS.  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  ' issued weekly  at Phoenix, British Columbia  Subscription, 2.00 per year  2.50 to United States.  G. Kay, Publisher.  ADVERTISING scale  Application for Liquor Lioonco (30 days) ..$5.00  Certificate of Improvement notice. (00 days) $7.60  Application to Purchase Ldnd notices (00 days)   $7.60  Delinquent Co-owner notices (90 days) $10.00  Small Wator Noticos (HO (lays)  $7,50'  All other legal advertising, 12 cents a Hno,  single column, for the first insertion; and 8  cents a Hno for each subsequent Insertion, nonpareil measurement.   , "   ���  movement an endeavor is being  made to introduce the copper coiii  as a medium of exchange. The  shortage of money in the city treasury, the delay in opening up the  city works, the general financial  stringency and the scarcity of work,  are the conditions which the pro-  motors claim make the innovations  imperative.  The  ueens  COMPLETELY REFURNISHED  AND   REFITTED  Saturday, July 19, 1913  Wc beg to announce'the reopening of the Queen's Motel.    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  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  Separated Cream insures purity and  manner  quality.  The Dairy produces.both.  THE   DAIRY      J. W. Han ham, Prop.  Come in and See  You will never know how good a Spring1 Suit you can  get at this store until you come in and see our  Proper Clothes for Men  Style and Quality the Best  Prices to Suit every Pocket book  If you   need Shirts,  Neckwear, Hosiery, Underwear, etc.,  you are sure to find here just what you are looking for.  1  Never iiv the  history of this sublunary  planet of ours has   the very  air been so   full  of the  messages of  peace.    The cry for the blessing of  peace   has   now   become   a   second  habit, and kings, princes and mag'sl  trates, bishops, priests and deacons)  are busy   almost  every hour ofthe  twenty-four   in   propagating  a doctrine that  all of us, except lunatics,  would give   much   to  see   realized.  Meanwhile   the whole  of, Europe is  an armed   camp, and even now the  people of a big slice of it are locked  in the deadly throes of conflict,'- from  which   either  victor or vanquished  will emerge in so weakened  a condition that  it will take a century for  both to recover...   Side by side' with  the peace   propaganda,   there   is   a  feverish   activity to   be   seen  in the  national   arsenals, all   of which are  filled to   their  roofs with   the latest  appliances   for   removing   mankind  before his allotted time to the realms  of kingdom come.    The spies of the  big   powers   are   also  known  to be  abroad prowling around the military  depots    of   their   neighbors,   while  money which ought to be employed  in keeping  us alive   is   now  being  diverted to   uses which will have an  entirely opposite effect.      Under the  circumstances is it any wonder that  thinking men   and women   are fearful   of  the  future" and   are   looking  around them   for  some   solution to  this mystery of unrest.  During a dinner gjven in honor  of Colonel Hughes, Dominion Minister of .Defence, by the officers of  the Halifax: garrison; the colonel  caused somewhat of a sensation by  reminding the -officers that the permanent force of Canada was no  place for men who desired to spend  their time, in idleness, profligacy,  and social gaiety, and any, man  who failed to do his work need  expect little sympathy from him.  VARICOSE VEINS CURED  l���� NO NAMES USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT.  Confined to His Home for Weeks.  ���'Heavy work, ne-ere strain'-* and evil habits In youth bromrht oa  ,   varicose Veins.    When I worked hard the ac_J_��- would become  severe and I was often laid up.for a week at a time.    My family  -m  Sir James -Thorheycroft, the famous British'ship-building expert,' is  authority for   the   statement   thnt\it  will not   be long  before the discomfort of  seasickness   will   be entirely  eliminated.     He says that a'method  for   correcting   the   movement of a  ship has been discovered.    This will  be comforting   hews  to   some of usl  who   hitherto   have   endeavored ' to |  solve   the   problem  by  attempts  to  correct the  motion  of the stomach.  my  rogues. One day my boss asked me why Iwia"o_?wwkBO much and  I told him my condition. He ad vised me to consuttDra. Kennedy &.  Kennedy, as he had taken treatment from them himself and knew  they were square and skillful. 1 wrote them and got The New  J��_r��._?T-,^_?*-FT* My Progress was somewhat Blow and during'  1 KS.5����.m55*_1 treatment I was somewhat discouraged. However!  iconunuedtreatment for three months longer and was rewarded  2Sn��^m,pIt^fure* Ico-'d only earn SIS a week in a machine  snop before treatment, now I am earning $21 and never loose a day.  IwiahaUouffererskoewof your-aluabfetreaSSent. y  SENB.rO. LOCUST.  HAS YOUR  BLOOD  BEEN   D.SEA8ED?  BLOOD'POISONS are the most  THOS    BrOWn       Men's Wear Exclusively  Cleanliness our Watchword  * tffamma\\mVaWa%MWk\a%mai\am^mmmam\\%ammma\m  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  It's really   too   bad   of  the  landlubber   to    throw  the   wet  blanket  so frequently   over the  sea yarns of  poor old jack.     The  modern   sailor  is by no means the cheerful liar that  distinguished' the   old   salt   of fifty  years   ago.     The   latest  to   call for  the   salt   shaker,   is   of  all   men,   a  reporter on the staff of a Vancouver  paper.     He was recently told by the  officers   of the   Blue   Funnel   liner,  that while sailing   in   the vicinity of  the Phillipines, the  ship was visited  by   an   enormous   cloud   of locusts  that  covered   the ship   inches deep  from stem to stern,  a not at all uncommon happening to  ships engaged in the north African trade.  It is stated on good authority that  the capture, trials, and conviction of  the two Indians, Moses Paul and  Spintlum, have cost the provincial  government over $50,000." These  and a few other cases that have occurred during the past year or two  would seem to emphasize the need  for a trained squadro.n of provincial  mounted police."  METHOD cures all blood diseases.  AoYy^^^V^^IR,VC:m-":IaPraieSt ��** �� .'<-��r excesses have broken  &__h?5J��_X^*k_2? fe<--thB "J__Pt_ms stealing overyou. Mentally, physically and  vitally you ore not the man you used to be or should be. wmyouheed.tlieda-ger signals?  REAHFR '^/Sl*^^l^m���_.:tov���_?'raXos,tll0Pe���, Areyoa'Intendta? to marryr Has  ViSvliKl Sn'-J'i.00*1 ,,*J**1_#-*_*i_s_' ���Have you any wc_!:ncs3? HW New Method  TiuuTKra-r will cure you.   What it has done for others It will do for you.  Contriutioa  ��_!_  _____ait_er_*Tl1? fe" t���0}^ Xoui vrtte t01" ���� honest opinion Five of Chare*  Book* F-M���"Boyhood, Manhood, Fatherhood."   (IUustrated) on Diseases of Men.  l_J!i0J,_i!**_iUSE*�� wTraOUT WRrTTEN CONSENT. PRIVATE, tio tamrn on  DRS.KENNEDY&KENHEDY  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griswold St. Detroit Mich.  ^������V^HnTlf^JF All letters from Canada must be addressed  _|le_Hr "^ * *".����� ���: to our Canadian Correspondence Depart*  ������' ' "*-" *"'���'������������������_���_��� tnentin Windsor, Ont. If you desire to  see us personally call at our Medical Institute in Detroit as we see and treat  MMtiwuin our Windsor offices which are for Correspondence and'  Laboratory for Canadian business only.   Address all letters as follows:  DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Wind*cr, Onl,'  "  .Write for our private address.  . The Spaniards are bitterly opposed, to going to Morocco to fight the  Moors, so King Alfonso has ordered the formation of several regiments of foreigners. Why doesn't  Alfonso try going himself. History  affords him a number of precedents, 1  and after all the shooting of niggers  is not quite  as dangerous   as motor  car speeding.  Hotel Brooklyn  The Only First-Class and Up-To-Date  Hotel in Phoeuix.     New from  cellar  ���  to roof.     Best Sample Rooms in the  _    Boundary,   Opposite   Great   Northern  Depot.      v   v      Modern Bathrooms.  STEAM HEATE^r  James Marshall, Prop.  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix, B.C.  A strong   revulsion   of  feeling  is  now becoming manifest   among the  masses in the matter of hair-raising  circus-like stunts.     This   was strik-,  ingly illustrated in London, recently, /  when' two-thirds of   the   spectators/  at   an  automobile   polo   match   left I j  the ground after the game had been 11  in progress fifteen minutes.  The semi-medical privilege enjoy  ed by Calgary barbers of removing  corns, warts and bunions, is to be  taken from them, a civic by-law to  that effect having recently been  drafted for. the consideration ofthe  city council.  fit l. Mcelroy  - SOLE AGENTS FOR PRINCETON COAL  Dealer in Lumber, Shingles,  Lath  _-/an'd Cedar  Poles.      Stull L.agga.n.  First-Class Fir & Tamarac 'Wood.  MOVING MACHINERY OUR SPECIALTY  The Central Hotel  NEAREST HCTEX TO FAMOUS GRANBY MINES  ���������������������������������"������������''''''''���-~*~  '     FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION FOR  MINERS  Bar Stocked with the Finest Line of Wines, Liquprs, Cigars  A.O.Johnson    -    -    -    Proprietor  ICE GREAIVI PARLOR   ���'  We have arrangfed for a continuous supply throughout  the  summer  of   the   FAMOUS    CURLEW  ICE CREAM.    Special rates to parties.    Cooling  soft drinks of varied flavor.  The Delicacy ofthe Summer Season���  FAMOUS CURLEW ICE CREAM���TRY ONE  KNOB HILL AVENUE  As considerable anxiety has been  evidenced by parties and others  interested in the recent examination  of candidates for entry into the  Royal Military college for 1913, the  Minister of Militia has issued the  following announcement:  "Although there are only 41  vacancies at the Royal Military  college and in view of the near  completion of the dormitory, it Iris  been decided to admit the full pass  list. The minister deems it to be  unfair, under the circumstances,  not to admit all who passed. Thus  the total fifty, who passed the examination of 120 candidates who  tried it, will be admitted."  The possession of a baby by a  woman is more valuable to the  state than her ability to display a  first class certificate in classics or a  silver trophy won at sport. The  so-called higher education of woman  is not a good ideal for woman, man  or state."  This is the central idea of a  magazine article byfMarcus Pembry,  lecturer in physiology at the Medical  school, Guy's hospital, London.  This eminent biologist contends  that the old-fashioned view of woman's place in nature is supported  by   the latest biological  knowledge.  A strong effort is being made to  establish a public market in Calgary, and   simultaneously  with   the  The appointment of a Canadian  publicity commissioner in London  is being considered by Hon. Dr.  Roche, Minister of the Interior.  m  Are your feet* hot,  sore and blistered?  Ifso, tryZamBuk.  As soon as  Zam-Buk is applied  it cools and soothes  injured smarting  skin and tissue.  Its rich, refined  herbal    essences  ' penetrate the skin;  its antiseptic pro- ���/.  perties prevent all \\  danger of festering  or  inflammation  from cuts or sores;  and  its   healing    essences  build up new healthy tissue.  For stings, sunbtirn, cuts,  burns, bruises, etc.���just as  effective.  Mothers find it invaluable for  baby's sores!  All DrWQist* and Slora.���tOe. box.  l��  Hi  mm  ������.-:5t;*.'��  iV*aV:'fiJ  si$i"M  '������������������*���'���  ��*'}������;  ..���.vt.!*;*;  If Tired of Wood, try Princeton Coal  BOOKS AND STATIONERY  _^_^_^_H_iH__B_B_l_^_H_l_H_H_H_M_B_B_BM_fl_^_^_^_H_H_^_H_]_^_^_H_^_  Fancy Goods, Dolls and Toys, Kodak Films and  Supplies, Musical Instruments and Supplies, Newspapers, Magazines and Periodicals���School Sundries.  Wallpaper and Decorative Pictures  Cisrars, Tobacco and Smokers' Sundries  Endless Variety of Goods Suitable for Presents.  AL. ALMSTROM  All the Latest Newspapers, Magazines  FRESH CREAMERY BUTTER AND EGGS  Fresh Churned  Washington  Butter,  "Premo" brand, at  40c. per lb.  Fresh Churned "Empress" Butter, 40c. lb.  Fresh Local Egffs, 40c. per doz.  Fresh Farm' Eggs, 35c. per doz.; 3 doz. Tor $1.00.  Sugar Cured Hams, 27c. per lb.  Choice Breakfast Bacon, 28c. per lb.  Pure Leaf Lard, 51b. Pail, $1.00.  Mild Ontario Cheese, 25c. per lb.  Sardines, 15c. per tin  P_     K_9 %*9 rfc i"��ii_9    9Xt    '"I*.-''**�����*���"-j  Wholesale and Retail Butchers and Produce Merchants  PHOENIX, B. C.       PHONE 2  Insurance Agent  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE GLASS,  COM iVI I SSI ONER FOR TAKING  AFFIDAVITS  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX, B- O,  V"   '���'   '  ��� ���   , i1  i  '7  1  .' I | ���  7  THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  *).-  1,  I'T  I  r  The Phoenix Club  N. J. Delchert, Prop.  PIP S, CIGARS, TOBACCOS, CIGARETTES  LARGE AND  VARIED ASSORTMENT OF CHOCOLATES, ETC.  Fresh Hazel wood Ice Cream  CAN BE PURCHASED BY THE GALLON OR OTHERWISE  All Kinds of Soft Drinks Compounded on Shortest Notice.  Local and General  ENGLISH BILLIARDS,  POOL,  BOWLING ALLEYS  Mineral Act.  Form F.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  ' "Joe Jbc" Mineral Cli-ini, situate in the Grand  Forks Milliner Division of Yale dietriot.  Where located:���Wollingrton Camp.  TAKE .NOTICE, tlint I, Donald J. MaOieson,  ajrentrfor Jom. J. I3n��Bott, Free Miner's Cer-  tiflcuto Xo. 6I,707B, int-nd sixty days from tho  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recordor  for a Cortiflcnto of Improvements for 'the  purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must; be commenced before ihe 'Mi**  of ench Certificate of Improvement*.  Dated thin 20th day of June, A.D. IBM.  ., D. J. MATHESOX, Agent.  CANADIAN  P-O-OlaFIG  SUMMER  EXCURSIONS  Mineral Act.  Form F.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  ���-    -       ''        NOTICE.  "Floronce Xo. 2" Fractional Mineral  Claim,  situate in Groonwood Mining: Division of Yale  district. ' "  '   Whero located>iWelI'n'jton Camp.  . TAKE NOTICE that I, Donald J. Matheson,  agent for Jos. J. Bassett, Free Miner's Certificate No. 61,767 B., intend 60 days from thc date  - heicof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a  Certificate of Improvomente, for the purpose  of obtaining' a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 20th day of June, A.D. 1013.  ', .D. J. MATHESON, Agent.  Return Rates from  Kootenay Points  TO  WINNIPEG $60.00  ST. PAUL ' ���_���.���������������-   60-00  CHICAGO    72.50  TORONTO    92.00  MONTREAL 105.00  HALIFAX 129.35  NEW YORK 108.50  BOSTON 110.00  Mrs. Thos. Moore returned lost week  from a few days' visit to Nelson.  Mrs. Colin Campbell returned to  town on Monday from a week's visit  to friends in Spokane.  Lost���Lady's gold bar pin; engraved  front. Cash reward to finder if left at  Black's jewelry store.  John Robinson of the local sub-station staff, spent a few days this week  in Nelson. , . ,  Fresh churned creamery butter, 35c,  per lb., 31bs. for $1.00. at theP. Burns  meat market.  Norman Davidson spent a few days  in Rossland this week, taking in the  July celebration.  Mrs. A. P. Geddes left town on  Wednesday for a visit of six weeks to  relatives in Winnipeg.  Mrs. Wm. Hower, accompanied by  Miss Cora Dawson, returned on Monday from a visit to Republic, Wash.  Mrs. J. Gross of Spokane, arrived in  town on Tuesday from Spokane, and  is the guest of her sister, Mrs. William  Brewer.  *��� Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Edwards severed their residence in Phoenix on Saturday last, leaving for Richmond,  California.  John and Lawrence JWorrison are  paying a visit of a few days to their  cousin in Rossland, a former resident  of this city.  Mrs. W. Starks, who was the guest  of her daughter, Mrs. Al. Almstrom,  for a few days, returned on Tuesday  to her home in Grand Forks.  For Sale���A large ten-roomed house,  children against the habit, now becoming quite common, of hanging on  to the back of automobiles. The children hang on when the car"is travelling at low speed, but as it only takes  a few seconds for the rate to be increased the children are caught dangling behind, which makes the feat of  jumping a highly dangerous one. The  Great Northern agent also issues a  warning in the case of children who  now make a positive playground of  the platform. A week or two ago it  became necessary for a bystander to  go to the assistance of one youngster,  whose foot was fastened in the car  coupling.  *   N  Greenwood Mining Divi-  Bibri of-Yale District. - "Where located:  ��� <" Greenwood Camp. * / 'i.  t Take^ notice-that I, D'. - J: * Matheson,  ' as agent for Adolphe S. Sercu, Certificate No. 61779b, intend, sixty days from  date hereof, to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of improve  ments for the purpose' of obtaining a  Crown grant of the above claim.  " , SEALED TENDERS addressed to the  undersigned, and endorsed '/Tender for  Wharf at Vancouver," B.C.," will be re  ceived at this office until 4.00 p.m., on  Thursday, August 21, 1913, for the construction of a Wharf at Vancouver,  B.C.  Plans, specification and form  of contract can be seen and forms of tender  obtained at this Department and. at the  I offices of C. C.  - .- ..     ,   ,       c        .. I a'so  a   small   three-roomed   cottaee;  Cprresponding-I y low fares to many  ... , . , , ,   _      r.  .      _ r _? r J   both on same lot; completely furnish  ed.   Apply John Hendrickson.  O. B.  Smith,  general' supt.   of  the  Granby Consolidated, arrived in town  on Friday of last week, and the following Monday morning left for Spokane.  Angus McPherson,  an old-timer of  the camp,.arrived in the city on Saturday from the coast and was busy for a  few days renewing old acquaintances.  O. D.  Bush left for  Hedley  in the  Similkameen,    on   Friday,   where he  has secured an appointment on  the  diamoud drilling staff of the Nickel  Plate mine.  , Miss Gladys McKeown, of Nelson,  who for the past, two weeks has been  visiting her cousins, the ^Misses Mabel  and Annie McKeown, returned horire  on "Wednesday/ -\ '������'  Mrs. A. D. McKenzie returned ib  town on Saturday from Bellingham,  Wash., the home of her late, brother,  W.  Clark,   whose   death  occurred a  other Eastern Points  On sale daily, May 28 to Sept. 30,  1913. Final return limit, Oct. 3i,  1913.  Liberal stop-over privileges.  -.Tickets  and all, information may  be obtained from any C.P.R. agent,  or write  J. V. MURPHY,  Dist. Passenger Agent, Nelson, B.C  And further take notice that action  .Sf&K^ NewWestminster.B C-; J. S.  American-Built Automobile Wins  The     medium-priced     American  automobile has won another signal  victory,    this   time  in   competition  with 7 many- more  costly   European  cars, is what is   declared   to   be the  most thorough and fair test of motor  car endurance ever  held.     The occasion was the annual reliability run  short time after his sister's arrival.    *| of the   Swedish   Royal   Automobile  Mrs.   C.   A.   Tilton,   with  her two   C,ub' from Stockholm to Goteberg,  w  'Ah   k-        n-. ��� ./sons, Lej andNeal, of St. Paul, Min-|Sweden   and   return, a   distance   of  wors_oia, J_sq., iiistnctj uesofca and  M__    s   Connelly  of the   738    miles.     The   showing   of   the  Appalling Mining; Mortality  In order for us to thoroughly appreciate the reasons underlying the  strike  of miners employed   in   the  South African gold mines, the cause  of which   at   first  seemed   trivial,  when it  was   njerely  stated   as the  objection by the miners  to the discharge of five  men whom  the employers offered subsequently to reengage,   it   is   necessary,   says   the  London Daily News, to realize that  the   Rand miners pay a bigger price  for    their    high   wages,    than   any  other class of workers in the world.  The   mining  of gold   in   the  South  African mines produces an appalling  death roll.    The white underground  workers   number   between    10,000  and   12,000,,   and it   is  stated that  there are 4000 new cases of miners'  phthisis among them annually.   The  highest    mortality    is   among   the  machine drillers.    However healthy  the Transvaal miner  may appear on  his    return   to > England,   says    Dr.  Haldane, of the Committee  on Industrial   diseases,  in   1907,   he will  probably be  dead within  a  year or  two.      Miners' phthisis is said to be  due   to   the   inhalation   of  the   fine  dust   which   arises  not   only   from  rock drilling without the accompaniment   of  water  spraying,   but also  from the blasting operations.  NYALS' FACE CREAM  AND TOILET WATERS ARE, IN A CLASS  BY THEMS E LVjEjS  The cream is greaseless, consisting of Peroxide and  other mild emollients; it smoothes out the drawn and  uncomfortable feeling from wind, sun or hard water,  having a sensation ,pf soft and grateful comfort.  The Toilet Waters are put up in shaker top bottles,  with the five most popular odors of the day.  ENGLISH LAVENDER, RED RQ8E, IMYLOTI8,  WHITE LI LAO AND FRENCH VIOLET.  ~  Large Bottle, $1.00; Large Jap Cream, 50c.  Phoenix Drug Company  'Phone 16.        i T. S. Quance, Manager  SILVER DEPOSIT WARE  ���u  -   We have just received a nice assortment of .  i  Three-Piece Tea Sets, $12 and $13.50  Salts and Peppers, $1.50 to $4  PER  PAIR  A large variety of Vases, Cups and Saucers,  etc.   Call and look them over; nothing nicer'  for Wedding Presents.  E. A. Black, Jeweler  JM  Improvements.  Dated," May 30th, 1913, -  ' D. J. Matheson, Agent.  ��   r  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MINING REGULATIONS  Goal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories and in a portion of the  Province of British Columbia, may be  * leased for a term of twenty-one years  at an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,560 acres will be leased to  one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant in person to the  Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in  which thc rights applied for are situated. '  ,  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of spctions, and in unsur-  veyed territory the tract applied for  shall be staked out by the applicant  himself.  Kach application must be accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable  output of the mine at the rate of five  cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish-the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  mei chantable coal mined and pay the  loyalty thereon. If the coal mining  lights are not being operated, such returns should be furnished at least once  a year.  The lease will include the coal mining  lights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available  surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  ut the rate of $10.00 an acre.  For full information application  bhould be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, 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.  |v  *U'*'  fi <���  ...i 1< ���  %l*>  &&"'  MacLachlan, Esq., District Engineer,  Victoria, B.C., The District Engineer's  Office, Confederation Life Building,  Toronto, Out.; J. L. Michaud, Esq.,  District Engineer, Post Office Building,  Montreal, Que., and on application to  the Postmaster at Vancouver, B.C.  Persons tendering are notified that  tenders will not be considered unless  made on the printed forms supplied, and  signed with their actual signatures,  stating their occupations and places of  residence. In the case, of firms, the  actual signature, the nature of the occupation, and place of residence of each  member of the firm must be given.  Each tender must be accompanied by  an accepted cheque on a chartered bank,  payable to the order-of the Honourable  the Minister of Public Works, ftqual to  five per cent (5 p.c> of the amount of  the tender,-which will be forfeited if the  person tendering decline to enter into a  contract when called upon to do,, so, or  fail to complete the wbrlc contracted  for. If the tender be not accepted the  cheque will be returned.  The Department does not bind itself to  accept the lowest or anj* tender.  By order, '  R. O. DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, July 8, 1913.  Newspapers will not be paid for this  advertisement if they insert it witfibut  authority from the Department.'���44661  same city, were the guests of H. Tilton  of the Granby office staff this week. -  Jas. McGregor, Provincial government inspector of mines, arrived in  town on Wednesnay, and made his  customary inspection of the Rawhide  and Granby mines the following day.  Some worthless bills of the Bank of  Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown,  which was wound up in 1887, have recently been circulatiug on the coast.  People up country are warned to be  on the look-out.  R. H. Dowdle left on Tuesday morning on a visit to his home in Winnipeg. Richard authorizes us to give a  most emphatic denial to the report  that his trip has something to do with  his forthcoming marriage.  . Today, Saturday, July 19th, the  Woman's Auxiliary and Sunday  school children of St. John's church,  will hold their annual picnic on the  old camping ground near the Number  Seven mine. The picnickers will assemble outside of the public school in,  .._S-fi  Union Store  .  D. OXLEY,  Proprietor  Begs to announce that he has secured the sole, agency in Phoenix  for the Frache Bros., well-known Nurserymen of Grand Forks,  and will hereafter carry an assortment of -       - <  *'"-/'_!  Cut Flowers, Wreathes and  all Kinds  or  House Plants  FINKK8T LINE OF FRY8' OHOCOLATC8, CANDIES, ETC.    .  EXCELLENT LINE OF OIQARS, PIPES, TOBACCOS  American-made cars among the 68  contestants proved a surprise to the  spectators who pinned their faith to  the European productions, and the  performance of an Overland Model  69T was especially noteworthy. The  Overland took second place in the  Goteborg hill climb, an incidental  competition in the event, making the  best time for the climb of any of the  cars.  Both the Overlands were strictly  stock cars, without any previous  preparation for the contest. They  were taken from the garage of the  Stockholm 'distributor and entered  in the run with nothing added to the  regular equipment except tire chains.  Greenwood    ^i3*gv J__*iri6  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 8.45 a.m. �����*  "    ���        "        lower town,   9.00 a.m. [Standard Time  Leave Greenwood 3.00 p.m. j  PROMPT ATTENTION  TO  EXPRE8S AND FREIGHT  J. FULLER, Proprietor.  Chureh Serviced  Every Weinan  _ Interested and should know  about the wdiMeVful  l/Efrlijag Spray  rUal Syringe.   Best  >lo��t cojmflllFBt,   It cleanses  Askytur  '���"' ���<_0">o,:��1��. r  M / ����� WC- acc8S%o other,  bu   ,fna cumpjfor was>rated  bo    -sealed. �� g1��es fujjhiar.tle.  ula    und directions Invariable to ladles. '  W MDSOR SOPPLY CC,  1!8*ia4A<MY Oat. , Genan- Agents foi <  ��� Sfc. John's Church���Sundays: Holy  Gon>munion, 8a.m.; Matins, 10.30 a.m.;  Holy Communion and sermon, 11 a.m.;  Sunday school, 3 pan,; Evening''sb-i  vice, 7 30. Week days: Matins, 7.30;  Evensong, 0.30. Wednesday, Holy  Communion, 0 a.m.  The stated services in the Catholic  church are as follows: First and third  Sundays in the month. Mass at 10  a.m., Sunday School at 2.30 pm.;  Evening Service at 7.30 p.m. Rev.  Father Choinel, pastor. .  Methodist Church ��� Sunday school  nnd Bible class, 2.30 p.m.; evening service, 7.30 p.m. "Prayer.meeting, '.Thursday evening, afc 7.45 p.m. Rev. A. T.  Bell,  St. Andrew's church (Presbyterian)  ���Sorvice, Sunday next, Julv 20th, at  730 p.m. Rev. J. R. Munro, minister.  All welcome.  time to leave sharp at 9.30 a.m  "pr. Musso, formerly part proprietor  of the Butte hotel, who recently deserted his bachelor friends and enrolled himself . in the   mighty army  of  Benedicts, returned to, town on Saturday with his bride, nee Miss Eleanor  Pastori.      The    bridal    party    were  greeted at the station by their numerous friends, who vied with one another  in extending 'their good* wishes for the  happiness of the newly:married couple.  '"'The mapy friends of Geo. Mattocks,  who was   dangerously injured by a  premature explosion recently, will be,  pleased to learn of his extraordinary  rapid progress towards recovery.  A1-!  though the; injury to his right hand  rendered the task of saving it problematical,  the doctors,  with   the assistance of an   attentive   nursing staff,  were successful  in   surmounting the  difficulty,  and    bringing   about  the  above mentioned happy result.  Splendid weather favored the participants in the Methodist church picnic,  which took place on Wednesday af ter-  noon on the recreation ground near  New York townsite. There was a  large attendance of the children, and  the gathering was augmented by the  parents and other adherents and  friends of the church, who took wlvan-  tago of the first spell of fine weather  we have had and helped materially in  the entertainment of the children. '    ? your dealer cannot supply you, the  ������������-,'���".��� |J.  L.   Mathieu Co., Sherbroofoa, P.Q.,  Parents are requested fo warn their J sends box postpaid on receipt of price.  Largest Bears in the World'  The  biggest  bears  in   the world  are to be   found   on   Kadiak island,  in the gulf of Alaska, south  of the  great  shoulder    of   territory  that  stretches out into the Pacific.      The  Kadiak bears are of the Polar breed,  perfectly  white,.- with   long   heavy  fur, and at full growth   are twice as  large as the black bear of the Rocky  mountains.     They are known to'attain a weight of between 2000 and  3000 pounds  and reach   the  height  of an  ordinary cow.    They are the  largest  carnivorous  animals   living  and   tracks found in the snow have  often   measured   fifteen    inches    in  length, and   a width   of  ten inches.  The animals are remarkably savage  and fight desperately when attacked.  Bear traps are usually baited with  honey or fish. The Kadiak trappers,  however, use a live pig, whose  squealing attracts them from a  longer distance than the odor of  honey. The Hand of Kadiak is  wooded and mountainous with a  few good harbors.  Builds you up and  makes you strong  How do you feel to-day?   Not quite right?  Energy a little below standard���not strong  enough to make much exertion ?  NYAUS  COD LIVER COMPOUND  For Teething Children  . mathieu's  TOV1NE POWDERS.  V F��r Htefo&e.an- Neuralgia.'  -��� -' Cawmli ��� Oftam. Uaraim ���* CiUral  Oma pajar ��_1 m1-m tW ��� If*  tr-rwfc*<*kMfc-MtM  ���fty���towwtW- -tit,  is what you need.    Don't get frightened about these  words "Cod Xiver."    You'd never know it from the  taste. ' It's a real tonic, containing cod. liver extract-  extract of malt, wild cherry  and  hypophosphites���  a   splendid   combination.    The   cod  liver  extracts  build you up���so does   the  extract of malt.    The  wild  cherry  soothes   the  bronchial  tract and   the  hypophosphites' supply phosphorus  to  the  nervous  system���just the thing it needs.    And the  taste .*.' is  pleasant.    As an all 'round tonic, strength restorer  and   body-builder   you'll   find  nothing better than  Nyal's Cod Liver Compound���so why look further?  You will be pleased.    The price is One Dollar.  Anything you  buy  with ihe Name  will give you  entire  sails, action.  Sold and guaranteed hy mm  PHOENIX DRUG COMPAQ  |frafc<iA&  *#v  ���t v  ���K  >_���>\.Y l-UT-MIk. Ji_

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