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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jul 13, 1912

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 h  raw  TA*rr-   .<-  ��  -i'V-i.  "* TtxiMJ-mflf ^^(urtKiHtT,.  ganawsw., -*^"'(������  p's'noSrfD.  1  I -V.i'.t'*^-.  tafe  felt  foiwif:  |1��fi5��l?��  r;��is  1 v .  ������>/,' ���  Jhj" largest coppor mines in  tho Dominion are situated  ftt Phoenix. Tho Granby  Co. employs 50() ���,en> and  bah a monthly pay foil of  over'960,000, while tho Raw-  bide pay roll is .$18,000.  ^  :7^  '*.',*�� U��/St/J7y^  THIRTEENTH YEAR  Devoted to the Interests of the Bounds MiKiM    ^- .  ap_==_. - oounaary Mining District  *Sx  , .V-��  ublished > ^ffle /rff/^.  ^'^ifmlity   in �� Cant '    '  feSflR^ Tho  alti  has  and  ���ality   in' Oanada���  ���^J4i��uvtj  possessed  PHOENIX' *?,, SATURDAY, JULY~13,  l^l7  hotels, opora house, schools,  LARGE mimim^       I-,,   -  ��� , --       -^- ������ '"' ^* uauiC  DOnanZa  PAY LAST RESPECTSfc* IT'��� ?"**.,.������������"'Kf^?NT DEVELOPMENTS ^���������  *' lr J  �� -,��B  .,'"*3r  ' -1,   ' 1/1  i'V'^l  I*,  LARGE CONCOURSE  PAY LAST RESPECTS  Casket Covered With Beautiful  Floral Tributes���Greenwood'  in Mourning::  endeavor to entertain  members, some of whom had travelled many miles in order to be  present. The following- officers  were elected and duly invested for  tiie   ensuing'   term:      C.C.,    A.   I  Geddes; V.C., Gordon Thompson;  Prelate, N. Davidson; M. of W.,  H. Laing; M.atA., Chas. Mckay,'  K. of R.S.', Jas.   .Carter;   M.   ofF.,  Chas.   Knight; M.  of  E.,   Geo. E.'  Barnes;    J.G.,   Wm  Thos. Seotl.  Pythian Sisters' Dance  s of Greenwood, several bun- The invitation* issued' by , the U ^3 r'"^ ^ ^ '" pr��Vi'* ^o those interested the  ol owing the hearse on its sad member, of Mountain Temple Py- gmtr^��� f^TT���"? - V*���"^ ��f thecim '*"?* *<��* ��< "  :v to the depot. The progress I tbian Sisters for their dance, o",qu^n of heG^,^T"^^ "��W SCt ^ ^ the Hi^de�� ^reek a -  | station   was   marked   by the   Thursday   evening,   were generally  i,^   ^   ti^"^ C��"f "^  haS  '^ -"ce passed the.mbrvo  ;      The   funeral   of  E.    G.   Warren,  (general manager of the British Col-  tumbia Copper company,   who  died  Von Thursday,  July 4,   from  injuries  received  in   an  auto  accident, took  place at Victoria  on  Tuesday afternoon.  An unusually large concourse  of- people   gathered   and   lined   the  streets of Greenwood, several  dred foil  journe  to  the station   was   marked   by the  cessation of all  work at   the com-  pany's mines and smelter, while  the (the  hall was   comfortably  tolling of  the  city   firebell   testified' the    mem  to the esteem in which the late manager was held   by the civic authorities.      A short service conducted by  the Rev.    Franklin   Watson  of St.,  Jude's Church,   preceded the depar-l  turc of the   train.     The  casket was  covered   with   a wealth  of beautiful  floral tributes and mourners from all  over the Boundary, Similkamcen and  Nicola were present.  SHOW ENORMQtjg ORE BODY  Struck Massive Ore Body on' SsTTo^Level, Assaying 2yc Per  Cent Copper-Bunkhouse to Accommodate 100 Men to be  Bmlt���Lake to be Tapped 2,500 Feet  The  Thursday   evening,   were generally  accepted, and at the time appointed  filled  stage:-    It's future is assured  and all th^ '^ Since Passed th* embry  -stockholders is a short Zn> r * "*" appearS to remain  f��r ^e  HV | facilities foAh^^ln;^^^^.^"^^  **. ~^n of  srht  K. of P. Install Officers  There was a joint-installation of  officers of Phoenix and Greenwood  lodges, Knights of Pythias on Tuesday last. About twenty'members  of the sister lodge in the smelter  city driving up for the occasion.  i-3y.^annam,JXaGX., was the  the    guests   was  after by an energetic committee who  bad thoughtfully provided cooling  drinks for the thirsty dancers, and  at midnight an excellent and appetising supply of cakes and delicious  ice cream. Dancing was kept up  until after one oclock and Mrs. D.  Docksteadcr proved an efficient and  capable mistress of ceremonies.-  ng a steady supply of product for its smelter in Grand I n.     "    " Dominion  except   in   Phoenix,   and  Phoenix���A Balkan Town  The   government  past and present  to keep before  the figures of  [country     We have" been  told'over  and   over  aga.n   of   the  enormous  strides  being  made  m   the number  of our  population,   and   the  figures  are familiar to most of us     The im-  m.gratton   from   the   United  States  and from  the   British   Isles  is   particularly   pleasing  and our  devout  "ope   is   that   that   tide   will   never  turn.  From the point of view of a resident of  Phoenix, we   can  surely be  excused if we  inquire what has become of these people?  The immigration  from  Northern Europe, too, is  proportionately large, but what has  become   of .them'     Why do they  "ot   come  into the   Boundary,   and  why do   they not  make   their presence  known   in   Phoenix       These  people  must   be everywhere  m the  presiding omceVrwl^'cond���ferae  installation with a dignity and  courtesy that left little to be desired.  The second degree was conferred on  a Greenwood candidate. The business of tbe meeting having been  concluded,    the   gathering   resolved  vas   comfortably   filled   by   facilities for the treatment of fh "  Pendm*  ^  constru^  bers     and    their'  friends. I The whole future of  hpr       t*"��0rmous maSS of ore already in   si  FHciolph     Werner     furnished    the   a mining comp-   v    'Jf01?0^ Consolidated is-one to be envied by. many  musical part   of the  program, satis-   prbspe tTe Creme v T''M      emX' '^ S"UrCe" ��f a"   itS   WeaIth>   the  fy-ng  the   most   exacting lover, of  blocL ot^ n^ g^t 1 "TT ^^ ��f  ��"  Mo*  ������"�����>  good dance music.     The comfort of  Forks for ve^ t . ��� y���     PP'y ��f Product for ^s smelte  zealously   looked   man   who Crl     C��^.e;      * '" SpitG ��' ^ &1����m>' rePort of Mr. Suss- , lf tft  -ommLewholhi:^d^j'y ^" **"�����*"�� *���& th.  drifts and stopes  whh|^0       ^^ l"^  ^ this town  visited the scene of operations aTl-He    cTek   ."d^F """  mutative  expressed   his  implicit   faith   in   th!- P'��neer  repre"  propcrties.     Ooeration.: M,.     i " company's-new  northern  from time to Ume and M ^ rT't :ee" fHithfU"y reC��rded in M* P^  been already p ,bHsh d A^T ,- ^ ^ '* ^ t0 that Which ^  were already 2ee d lond d "u Stateme"tS ^ m6nti��ned that the-  i^as greatly Lded the compl; '��� ^^ *' ^^ ��f ^  ���net.     He remarked th^t Z ^^ *" "^  pr��^m  of <��evelop-  v-TsincehiSa^m\o^t^^^ ���� -  IZ ^1 !T^!!������-as, 530,ST^and  ,00 feet,  The Phoenix City band, under thf  direction r>f George Cain, delighted the  civilized portion of the community on  Saturday last, with another of their  charming and highly popular open-air  ouger than u^ual, wwa very ccodita,  Die porfornianee, ix. decidedly marked  improvement, being noted in every  number reuderorl.  .Tas. Marshall returned on Monday  from a few days* visit to relatives iu  l-adyMiiith, Vancouver Island.  the latter being the distance from the -apeT'o    the hii,      W^K ^ ^  onun 12 facesj-all-of-which  areVmvfinek     'l       ^     �����rk  ,s &��,n^  which is in about 120 feet they l^e en,o \^ ' "       ��   385   f��Dt ^*l>  2iZ ^��� . _ ey nave encountered a mass   of-nre"n,ni   'a per cent.copper.  "n   Central   Europe continues,   it  will not be long before the language  of Albion   in   Phoenix   will    be   as  dead as the  dmosaurtts,   their numbers are   out   of all proportion, and  it appears passing  strange  that out  of the thousands  that  enter Canada  yearly these Slavs are the only ones  that find a  field   for  their labors in  Phoenix.        Recent   inquiries    have  elicited   the  information   that these  latter class are the  only ones applying for work in   the local mines.    If  this is   so.     Why  is  it?    Are there  no Canadians in   the  country out of  employment?   -Are   there    no -men  '������'!'.'".:5$|  ������':;f��'l  -v;>sl  MISS CORA KING SWAN  Bob Fitzhimmon.,' Co.       Opeia House. July 18  SUMMER  GLOV  A SECIAL  LINE OF  16 BUTTON,  24  inch;  Double Fingertips.  SILK OPERA LENGTH,  $1.50 per pair.  also same length in Silk Lisle, from 75c�� per pr.  stock of Kid Gloves is complete in  short and  Boundary Ore Tonnages  Following are the returns of the  output of the Granby mines and  smelters for the week ending July  12th, and the B.C. Copper company  for the week ending June 7th, and  year to date:  Granby 23,S46  Mother Lode    7.03S  Raw  hide    5,019  Jack Pot    Napoleon        171  Lone Star        664  Others ���     594  SMELTER TONNAGES  Granby 24,675  13. C. Copper Co.. . 14,316  distant, the general accommodation and convenience for the emolovees is   m^h^-P    r* ,     ,_  to be of an up-to-date description.     At present there are about  <Z  nln       H * ^ "^ be   VanCOUver> l*  *orfly  to attend the  employed; including those working on plant   bu In4   et adozenorsoouts.de  of the Monte-  course    of   instruction    in    physical  Granby Stocks WiilA^Sett^^ ��� Sht ��� ^y^'6  ��f woririn*   ^���*  ���*   ���"*V  *���   ��   the  Granby stock Jlas been heavier of (1/7        ! . /eight hours a   day  ,���  a copper-gold   provincial   capital.       He   intends   to  ,bob0u,.uit tower do"    ^ Sc^lTf ^^   those/".ne   and   who   have    altered    their   secure   a   certificate  of qualMctibn  "ought.      In ��ic��r of its excellent earnLT��� 2        bel.eve    ,t   Sho���7rf   be/*���t��vh��le    Bret   Hartei/fce   WeWS   onL-a   cadet   instructor,   the   Depart-  to pay a dividend the /atter part of this  year   ,���d   also    finance  ^he jffa ��-d.r the ������.  there i/~��D      LS1T t�� SS^TS?  ^ruction of .t, ne^ smelting plant from operating- profits. /more manly nnd   more   g-enera/^ in-    tho   province rLysTcal    ^rctsjl  With the   new   smelter   at   Hidden   Creek   in   commission, nnd   both / formed that the  mining-fraternity of/are    already   a    pnrt   of   the  school  '0   a   share /our provincial camps. /'currictiliim.   The movement is some-  If, as we are informed, there are I what similar to that inaugurated in  no lepresentatives of northern litir-/Germany; the object being to incul-  ope applying for employment in thejeate in the minds of the rising gen  mines, there must be a remedy, and/eration   a  that remedy  is   of   a    simple   kind. I their country and its institutions.  Let us take for example   the case ol'  the British Isles.     In  that country,  hanging  in   every   postofhee   in   the  land,     is     a    pamphlet,     published   ���..   _.,_,������,    IW   i,i/iiiiiiission, ana   ootn  plants operating at full capacity, Granby could earn $18  to   $20   a   share  annually on a 17^-ccnt metal market, and over $13, with   copper selling  at 15 cents.       It   is   reasonable   to   assume, therefore, that the stock will  again sell for approximately   $100   per  share.���G.   L.    Walker, Boston  Commercial.  616,360  281,690  110,887  12,237  2,061  829  7,498  698,184  335,800  atsts,  Granby's Blister Copper  Shipments of blister copper from  the Granby company's smelter at  Grand Forks for the past week  itnounlcd to 348,000 pounds, bringing the total shipped for the year  up to 11,433,000 pounds.  B. C. Copper Treatment  The B. C. Columbia company's  smelter treated 14,316 tons of ore  this week, as follows: Mother Lode,  6,712; Rawhide, 6,66S; Napoleon,  275;  Lone Star, 525;  others, 136.  Snowshoe Lodge Install Officers  The   installation     of   officers    of  Snowshoe Lodge, I.O.O. F., for the  ensuing term took place on Monday  evening, tlie large  number of members being   augmented   by   the prc-  ence  of many visiting   Oddfellows,  including    a    delegation    from    the  lodge in   Grand   Forks.     After  the  conclusion   of   the   ceremonies,  the  members   and   friends    indulged   in  a  dance; refreshments being served  during the  evening.    The following  are   the  names   of   the  officers   installed:   N.G., David Tyson; V.G..  Walter Ross; Recording Sec, A. L.  McKinnon;  Per Sec, D. Patterson;  Treas., J.   F.   McDougal; Warden,  Geo. P. Barnes; Con., E. E. Barnes,  Chap., Walter Williams;  O.G.,   H.  Booth; J.G., H. H. Cameron;  R.S.  N.G., J.   A.   Anderson;   L.S.N.G.,  Quitman   Work;   R.S.Y.G.,   Win.  E.   Roberts;  L.S.V.G.,  John   Williams; R.S.S., D. Buchanan; L.S.S.,  H. Sawrey.     Dan. Patterson, D. D.  G.M.. was the installing officer.  quarterly, containing information  relative to employment in every  quarter of the British Empire. It  would be   a   simple   matter, say  for  who   at   one  ~r teacher in  Miss E. McGrade,  time held the position  the primary division of the Phoenix  Public schools, was a visilot to the  camp a few days ago. From her  conversation with several 'csidenls  we gather that she has lost considerable  of what   love she  had for  She  instance,   the  Minister  of  Labor, if  Canada   and   its   institutions.     ^i,-  he   caused lo   be  published   in  that j has   taken   up  her  residence in  the  periodical the present pressing needs   Coeur D'Alene  district  and  '  of Phoenix.     We refrain  at present ....  from publishing the views ol' the  man in the street. That is another  story, but from a patriotic standpoint the present state of affairs in  Phoenix is becoming intolerable,  and the Canadian residents especially will watch with anxiety for tlie  future developments leading to a  more equable representation of  British subjects on th.e mines' payrolls.  has become quite Americanized. It has  improved her and we congratulate  her on her timely move. We trust  she will prove a valuable acquisition  to society on the other side, and  further hope that the people there  will not fail to recognise those sterling virtues which owing to our  Canadian density we may have overlooked and failed to appreciate.  A recent despatch from Gerrard  to the Kootenain, says that Messrs.  Edward Ward and Ed. Mobbs have  struck a shoot of high-grade silver-,  lead ore on their claims at Rapid  creek.  Information Wanted  Le Roi Two Declares Dividend  ���T1,�� thereabouts of Patrick Wm.  , Murray, tauuliarlv known as  The Le Roi Two  M.ining  Co. de-1 is anxiously sou-hl  dared a dividend  of one   shilling  a   Thos. and Win.    lb  share, free ' of   income-   tax, payable   tlu' -soul.lu.M-n pot t ions of the province.  to all the shareholders, on the books!'11"1 lms h""  a   '�����1��,nt' "f I'hoi'iiix.  r   , ��    ���       . f.i     I Kossland,  (ireemvooil ;iml other B.C.  ol the company  on   I tiiy   1st.      the      .   ��� .       ���   ,.  1      J j      j innnny eamps.    A nv minimal ion ns to  transfer   books    were,    closed    from   |lis whereabouts will  be gratefully re-  Paddy, "  for by his sons,  is  well known in  June 24th to tho 1st of July, for the  purpose of prepn.ring dividend  warrants. ���Rosslam.i Miner.  ccivod by his son, Thos. .Murray, care  of Brooklyn holel. Phoenix, B.C, or  James .Murray, Elk City. Idaho. jm^M"���  tqmte; ������  '������'!/>>  ^0$0i$l:$0:M$0^  ^^l^s^v-'^^-'*:^-^ i ^-'^- '-^^iaCA>wrTEto��TST,\';;;"..- :>!- :���������'.". .:::��S^':i;W.M.  �����W��A'fe^ ��� .���^V.-V:'-; v,':.;y;';'.;s-^r.' ���-���;���;������ -���������;?���   ���;  ^M^��>'%!'v^r/.'^^:<!R^j-"::'l ���;i''V;:;v'i!'���r^,-!^,"^.v;:,S^        ,������''���..;.:������������'���.  l-HE   PI6NEEII,    PHOENIX,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  aiid stationed i��v yancouyer:; '  '  Snowshoe Lodge   ''' '������"''������-'  ���.���-���.������..'p'/L-p*:-������������'. 1.��� .'���<-. ������'�����'��''o"'Wi.'.;Li.;'��;.,.,i.-'''MAMA'rtip(  I.VSiV".'.  ��?8#S  A' UQu iippu p.-*.. .-v...- -,. ,---.-.  ���';��."���'v'Mrs. Itosalo Bush, Nqblb Gi'itiul. .'���'���  Mrs, Kfflo jWat-Hliiilli SooroUtry. :i  ffi^S'B^'S;��^?'''5^^^  |||||||fi|ie|  ( ilifERSgi  ^mjpie^Lobee-: ���ftp-? T-  !Htrtl^ifAvrpr.Tqwii;k  M.RTc.  ;, Three ;me^  weeW inj^ictoria charged ���jyith'"?usirtg  pbsehe: ^a^  the -street sli outingand .jeering at  the;'y men;-of^He^Fifth artillery regi-rp  .hieiit^as;;;:'they;-:'w^  guard vuhcler:^  'im'im^ j-^tHem-.'^and  finder;:V;>v  handed:tlienrove^ '  ''���'������*iii~<*- '���.��,.  '.'. %; JfpU r tee n 0 h u rid reel k ;'0 range til en  "ni a .ro iieel' R |ttf��t Wesj ey;' ���" ^M e t li odi i st  'cliiircii"^ Vancouver, pirSuhday last,  to attend 'tlie an nil al service��� of tlie  order. ������;������Their;diistiiictive regalia was  faVoredvWith ft look ; of recognition  from- tlie��� suh,: and; the'���; procession,  to the hitvsic of three bands, made  an imposing spectacle as it marched  along' Hastings street,/extending  over^ix blocks^   ! :vv;'v--,,pO: ,';  Thebaily Mail says jtimty be regarded as certain that tlie Canadian  govemieut-will^; seek to by;; represented pri'the admiralty board {and  bn{Hie/iiTiperial:defence committee;  .Acquest:pf this/k.incl, accompanied  as'it woui.d';b  proposals^ could^ hot be denied.>,The  presencei^bf^Canadian;experts   in  Jtiiese.lv(dep.attm  fense^wpu 1 d'������ be7of;the^ greatest ady  '���yant;ageft'b{:eyer^  ? /: Baptist l^gaiv; chief; of the Qkan--;  ;aganVlake/Tn^ian  bounded;the1 other ;diiy;: by the Otta^  ;wa;ViiiithbriUes^^;^Chief :Lbgan, had  :becpme;sbocking!y-a  ihteinperatei: use of the white man's;  fire7water,v and   hews /of   hisV be-  i: haviof/haying; reached the; ears  of  the.pbwersvthat'; be,,it was decided  to.-;str|p^hi'm;pf; the^rpyal purple and  rediice/liim to the/ieyel/of one of the  common people  for a term of three  years. ,  The U.S. revenue cutters, which  this year are not obliged to protect  the seal rookeries, have gone north  with instructions to make a note, of  all changes in" the ocean floor, a  modification of the Alaska climate  having been noted during the past  year, and this phenomenon ascribed  to a shifting of warm ocean currents  s/v..��� whp's chM?/:5j/;-r;;v  ,/lr|eayily wra  large: basket, a1/three^week-pld baby  girl, \yas found on the...���, door... step at  348^Harris' streety; Vancouver, last  Saturday Imbrning by T; Malpassj  an express messeiigeri; ;: " {'��� .::.';''':':''  ':v-.."'i?inned,'to, the baby's dress was  an envelope containing aivfive dollar  bill. :;.Nov'mairks on tlie elbthes sierve  to idehtify the little one, which was  taken tothe/police  sU^  Wplgast . is cdnsidering an offer  from a; Sail .������Francisco: promoter; for  a niatch next month. One Round  Mogfan is; the: putative bppotierit. / //  F, D. McConneM, ofth^V^  ver Atretic club, was third  iiv the  foar'tli'���'lieat   of:   hundred   metresi;  at thevplyriipic games, in Swedpiii.  buncaiiv Giilis;  of the���������' same   club  fip^r--^!:-^!;--.^^^:^-..4i���:.-���/���'������1^:^;���,''*:v-;'--: V.'-- Vhrew'the hammer-174 feet;   Miss /Bridges   the  police: matron 11,^>V. tnt? "^'"'      :   ��� ���;*:;.:!,:.  took '.temporary charge of the found  liiig, but plater turned /Her: Over tb  ling, but later  lurucuuoi   ��j��v..   ... ,         ���    ,  ������i;'������������-.  .     ���i."'-           ���'���''���������%'���' V:���������'��� o'': i   ".��� threw Doden bingn,' fl n��w�� -wiw.-n.-  Captain  Gorman   of the  Salvation ,       ; v,    ,,     , i />m                      ��� i  7   ' '������;: ���������'.���. ������?,.������������ ������;���������'.'��� ���:���*<: ���������;/           r ; lerof Portland. .There was a side  Army, who  will take  care' of. her ��� ..   v: ^.Anr.        i   ..      ^          t   .  ./'.., :          ��������� ���    ���      ^, ^.p*; bet of $1000   and   the   Moose Jaw  until old  enough  for admission to .   i     ..        ; .V      lV- V  �� man   atrrecd   to   throw   the   Hindi  _.......-...        lOltg  tlie Children's /Aid Society home,  unless some one adopts her in the  'interval.' :- '.���.������ ���/'. ���.^������/'���'���;,;-/://:''7';:'/ ' '���,.'.:.'  The child is. a retiiarkabiy pretty  baby, and although the clothing  'was;riot expensive it was  spotlessly  i:'r ��������������������� ���  '��� .'p,' ''   '   : ;/'. /.        ":��� '���>/"���, ������';/ '     -���' :������ ���  clean. v  ��� :.���!���;, '���: -   . . :,,'",��� ,���: '������"���'���������. ".'������./.;[  , A paper postcard driven edgewise  into the/wooden wall of ;a;building  was one of the thousand freaks of  the receiiti terrific wiiidstorm which  recently devastated tlie city, of,Re-  .gina,^ays?j,Pl.^McConnell, managing editor of tlie Vancbuyer Sun,  who..has just returned to/Vancouver  from a visit to the stricken town-   V  CANADIAN  to principal points in"J'E.iiStern Canada,  and United States.���;:>;/;;.:  Tickets are FIRST CLAS^ and will  be on sale MAY! 17, IS, ^;^; JUNE-1,  6, 7, 8, 13, 14, 15tV,(18,:fyl$^'m,^  "2&, 25, 27, 28, 21), and mariy days during  JULY, AUGUST and SEPTEMBER.  ���.���;-.-���--���     ��� -'   .      , * ti  Qood to Return until Oct. 31st  8TOPOVER8 ALLOWED  From PHOENIX AND KOOTENAY  POINT8 TO  ... Clareiice.:, Ekluiid  of.' Moose J aw  threw Pbden Singhi' a Hindu wrest  ��������� -i-.v......���.',-.,.���.,' ���..'.���������.���.���   .d(i   --:.,-, .    , a>y  man agreed to throw the Hindu  twice in eighty ininutes. Iii this he  was successful.       '  In one of tlie preliminary heats of  tlie grand challenge cup of the Henley regatta the Sydney rowing club  of New South Wales beat ���the." Argonaut Rowing club of Toronto by  a length and a quarter. Time,  seven minutes, four seconds.    '    ���  The oriental competitors at the  Olympic games found themselves  very much outclassed, both - the  Japanese and Turks fading into the  backgroniid. Some friction has  arisen and protests made by representatives of several nations against  separate entries jn tlie cycling events  by England, Ireland; Scotland, Austria and Hungary. V  ��� The preliminary/heats in the 100  meters; swirrimiug contests at the  Olympic games'resulted in a win by  the Hawaain, Duke Kahanornoku,  in the record time of lmin. 2 3^secs.  G. Hodgson of Canada easily won  his heat/ in the 1500 meter evenL,  free .style, in 22mins;: 23sec. He  lead the second man, Lorigworth,  by 80- yards. The British, Australian,; Swedish and.'! Hungarian  swimmers also qualified/ for the  next round. ���.���,.��� ,���'������������  ��� .     After  a   rest   covering  three   or  . I four days,   the Vancouver lacrosse  team is again down to hard work  in anticipation of the next league  fixture, on Saturday' next.' "The  players have nearly recovered from  the   bruises    received    in    the    last  because of the lifting, of portions of I . , , triv^      the.sea  bottom.     It   is   expectedl Winnipeg -    --'   -     $60.Oolgame> and are feeling fit once more  that the  cutters' will bring back, in-1 Toronto -     -'    -  'Vl   Q1  FinlT'  -_^:' ����..rfo nf VVipir soundiners. I       ,  **  SECRETS  StalS .nade b, patients taking the New Method TVeatmcnl.   They know it Cures  CONSXITOTIONAI/BliOOD BISBASK.  Tatlent No.1<M74. "Tho spots aro all  Bono from my loga anC urms timl I toul  'rtaqil now. ; I am vory grateful.'to you  and shnll . novor lorsot tho : favor your  modlctnijB havo Cono for mo. ��� You cr.n  uao ' my 'li'a'mb   In ; rooommondlnB  It   to  ��� any BUfforor.' il; am' Kolnff to got'. married soon. ���: Thanking you onco moro,  otb.":/; :.:/:v.:y.V/-;:���/:���/;';: ���;'..: '.;\'AU-'^..:-.,.  SAYS TWO months crmED iinr.  ratlont No. 101(15. Afro 2!��. Rlnprio.  Jtndulgod tn Immoral JialtH -1 ycnrB, .Uo-  poalt In: urlno arid dralnn at nlelit.  VavlQOSo ���:Volns on both Hides, pains In  baolt, weak ooxually. Ilo wrltos:���"I  rooolvod' youi- lottor ot rccont dato and  In reply I am ploasod to say that after  tnltlnK two monthR' trotvlmont I .would  (���onelder mynoIC oomplotoly cured, n�� I  liavo soon no signs of thorn coining  back (ono yonr).  the wonrjj sees/s different.  r Fnllcnt No. ToDSS. "Ivhavo not hart  a roRular Emtsulon I don't know wlion  and urn feeling lino. The world boons  nltOBothor dlfforont to mo and I thank  God for Olrocttng mo to you, You havo  been an honest doctor with mo."  VAKICOHE VEINS CVKEB.  Cam No, .10888. SymptomB when, he  otnrtod troatmont:���Ago 21, slnglo; Jn-  UulKod In - tmmorul hoblto mivoral yoars.  Varicose Volns on both aldoa���rplmptos  ! on tho taoo, oto. After two months'  'tron'tmont ho wrlten as follows:.���"Your  wotcomo lottor to hand and am vory  glad to nay that I think mynolf cured.  My VarlooBo Veins havo oomplotoly dls-v  appeared for crulto a whllo and It Boemn  a euro.' I work harder and fool'loss  tlrod, I. havo no dcslro for that habit  whatever nnd If I stay lllco this, which '  I hnvo ovovy reason to bollovo I will.  Thanklnu you for your kind attention,"  OAIN7JD '14 POUNDS IN ONE 'MONTH.''  Fallen*. No. 131533. This patlont (asod  G8) had a chronlo caso of Nervous Do-  lllty and Soxual .'WoaknosB nnd was run  down In vigor and vitality. After ono  month's trontment ho reports as follows:���"lnm fooling vory wall. I havo  gained II pounds In ono month, so that  I will havo trtpoongratutato you." Lator  report".'���"I am beginning to fool moro  llko a man. I fool my condition Is  getting bettor ovory woolc." H!s Inst report:������'Dour Duolors���As I fool this 1b  tho last month's troatmont that I wilt  hnvn to got, 1 thought at ono tlmo I  would novor bo cured but I put con-  Mdonco In you from tho start and you  havo curod mo."  CURES GUARANTEED OR NO PAY  Wo treat and euro  VARICOSE VEINS. NERVOUS  DEBILITY, IBLOOD AND  URINARY COMPLAINTS, KIDNEY  AND  BLADDER  DISEASES   nnd all  Di.ea.ei  peculiar to men.  CONSULTATION FREE.   BOOKS FREE.  If unable to call write for a Question  Blank for Home Troatmont.  B5la^BB"*M��^T"Im^Cr All letter* from Canada mutt be.addrened to our Can-  n|^B '  I V Vr  1  I^^Ew odian Correspondence Department as follow*:  UB^*    nansaaal     DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, WINDSOR. ONT.  Drs KENNEDY&KENNEDY  :-f~ M^KScr^r, Ave. and Griswold St.,   Detroit, Mich.  (m........  to  ������;../^?/;V:'p  teresting reports of their soundings. I  .... u        ���. * Montreal  Lord Mersey, who presided over I  the Titanic inquiry, it is stated, has ^J T-1--  already submitted a draft of his  findings to his associates. It is expected that Lord Mersey will exonerate J. Bruce Ismay of any responsibility for the navigation of the  liner on the fateful Sunday, and will  .::--i;3;-.������.���;>-iu:-y ":>:."--/.���.:���./;'-.;-���-��� ��������� .make no mention of Sir Cosmo  and  ^0^e|;ifltfU^Py XfiWOrli iLady Duff-Gordon.      It is an open  ��� "v     ������:���:.-; .".;������;'. ���. v;;fc ���������;.-������. ���������..^^���^i^^:;.-^        I secret,  ho wever," that he firmly be  &'p$y!v>.vrip..-v.-.\-^^^  ;$B:��%&Mi'M$&X%^^^  ,||^i^fe:3!|p^  ��� ".���.i:������.-...'.p^.^-.^.p.r:;-   -V!-i',:t'-,ft-. ^!^_J--;i.'_^i-:-.^-'i^-,.^-, ^���W*%://'��:ji!4r^��: BC  y'���[ -��� containing: ri^  /��� f/or'abbufrtwicc asfniuch'inattor as.'thp/Bible.  /J?: rTJiorb nro 25 chapters, and tho book: coyoi-s tl>c  g^;waM:/��<:|^ : Usosi iSubstitiitea,  l^'*'?-'fe1^iI;^Spr.V'r'*.-fcXr';'fe:  vStatiflUr^^JPrMucttoh.C^n8MipUon,:import��  ill  in  case  givinc  ...  \v> oase  or -ww-: jft.nn.com u��, .�����"<"��>". i".v"��--'.-..J-bighthof!  -.'i,. ttio coppbr Supply ;pt.;thc%vorUl;;-Tho' cha  IS^^j'lB&t/^'SJ^i^^ ever glvon in  W^?'vfi^K-:'^/?S?'-'^ft:;X^t^ ��� ;' '������'..''.V/'./  ���:';li V, /Tho'nbw.ctlition of tho  %/v;^dp)p.cn books iii 6n'c,-coverinK'an:/i)httse8 of tho  ; //i {f;. copper; industry of;the entire world. /It is used  ^^tli<frJ''S:/v;':;' ������:/':���; >. .'������' .'f ���' ���."//'���������:'���:/::'  J//://juby the riiti.nnpot's oftlie mitic^^  ' ^/'f/'bdri per cent, of the: world's output-6f copper,  ������/;���:; ;*;ahdpisuscd. in every pcivilized country of the  :-.-/://p:-;:^obb;/;/It:is:: filled .-with FAC'TS of vital iru-  ���.J^'':'/���portaiibeto;: :/':;>/:V /.// :/'���;.���'///  0Ty:THKi/lJNYKSTOlt��� .''���;::'' ;///:./':���:���'/  '^;-;///:/"\:/:^/THE -SPKCUX;AT6i:t,"'':/'': :'���'.: --'^'  ^yp"0:%:7yy^jvn&  ,/'v/:':::;//i::/:.f'Jv,//;;^'rilK CONSUMKlt  /^'?/';/ ,|/?//'p.///:':: ,-���' ; THEMKTAUjUnG IS1*  y'yffC:' I'iUOKis .95 in buclcrani ivith if lit top, oi-S7.��  v-'- ��� '/jajjeiiuiiib fitll library morocco.;  /' ','���' ;.'ft /; 'i)YWFJi NOW to the editor and piiblKlier.  St. John, N.B.  St. Paul  Chicago  New York -    ���  Boston        -   -  Q1  Sol They have come  to a  realization of  ' the fact   that   they   must   begin   to  - ,, 105.00   Win pretty soon if the Minto cup is  - ���'��� 120 OO   ^ remain in Vancouver.     The l.oe-  .. izu.ooi     ^^^ ,s a good onei aild thc  public has a right to look fo. a victory in today's game. 'If the team  loses it will be a case of kissing the  Minto cup a fond farewell.  6O.00  72.50  108.50  110. oo  lieves the signals seen by the officers  of the Californian were from the  Titanic.  Attorney-General    Bowser,    with  whom   was  W.   E.  Scott,'   deputy-  minister    of   agriculture   and    Mr.  Bryan-Williams,    provincial    game  warden, recently received  a deputation from the Natural History society of  British  Columbia,   which desired to put before him reasons why'  the   government   should   grant   the  society   permission   to import from  the British Isles, songbirds, such as  goldfinches, brown linnets, skylarks,  robins,   blue  tits)    into   Vancouver  island.     The minister promised to  bring their views before the executive after he had  considered, them  with his advisers.  Ask you local C. P. R. Ticket Agent  regarding routes, limits, stopovers,  etc., and for excursion fares Lo other  points.  J. E. CARTER, Agent,  Phoenix, B. O.  j. a. Mcdonald,  District Passenger Agent,  ,    Nelson, B. C.  MS  ���^lV  ���'so ^'&uk i3uru>rxo. houghton  :;;'/./v'/.:,';:. V     MICH.. U.S. A.���;,.... ���  C&M Feet.  A famous physician once gave  his rule for health, "Keep the feet  warm, head cool and bowels  regular."  When thc feet get cold or wet, a  cough or sore  throat usually  follow.  MONTREAL.  . THE STANDARD is the National  .Weekly Newspaper ot the Dominion  of Canada, jv It is national in all its  alms. .   ,  .  It use3 the most expensive engravings, procuring the photographs from  all over the world.  Its articles are carefully selected and  its editorial policy; is thoroughly  independent,  A subscription" to The Standard  costs $2.00 per year to any address in  Canada or Great Britain.  TRY rrlFOR 1912!  Montreal  Standard   Publishing   Co.,  Limited, Publishers  vmx-.-:.  Electric Restorer for Me��a  PhoT.nhcnoS restores every nerve in the body  ���       -y ��" its proper tension; restores  vim .and vitality. Premature decay and all sexual  vftakness averted at once. Phoepbonol wiU  ���'���--*��� you a new man. Price 88 a box, or two for  ~ i to any address.  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Jack Johnson arrived in Chicago  on Saturday, after basking, in the  limelight of all the tank towns between Las Vegas and the Windy  city. Word of his coming travelled  ahead of his train, and crowds were j  waiting at every stop to get a view  of the champion. Johnson says  that he believes Promoter Curley  may have made a little money on  the fight. Johnson himself cleaned  up $36,000. He received $31,000  as his-part of the purse, besides  winning $5000 betting on himself.  His wife also won $6000 in bets. "I  never want to see another boxing  glove," said Johnson. "Palzer and  the rest of them will have Lo meet  me before Labor Day, for then 1 retire." ���   Fight circles are still in a ferment as the result of the unsatisfac-  factory Independence day bout. The  battle is being fought over hourly  at every street corner and gathering  place in Los Angelos. Referee J.  Welsh is a general target of criticism, the loudest charge against  him being that he completely lost  his head in the' crisis. Wolgast is  considering a two mouths* hunting  trip to Alaska this summer. It is  possible that he and Jin. Jeffries  will head a party. Upon his return  he says he will be ready for Rivers.  He favors Labor Day at Vernon  for the bout. On the other hand  Rivers is just as anxious to tneeL  Wolgast at the earliest possible  moment, and Manager Levy has  asked Promoter McCarcy to arrange  a match for Rivers with any good  lightweight. McCarey has reached  no decision as to the disposal of his  gold championship belt. Thc trophy  reposes iu a safety deposit vault.  ij^^^jiiB^yANT TO  MAKE MORE MONEY  IN placing- yotir Newspaper Advertising-,  place the greatest value on the paper with the  greatest influence on its readers.  Use the medium that is watched for every  week by the people of your community.  '���>; Spend the money, with the paper that is  read with interest. It reaches the people and  you know that you're getting into thehomes of  the people you want to reach.  ���m  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.  Remember first, last, and always, that circulation ccunts; that quality of service gives  quality in returns. The high priced medium  pays. Like the high priced servant, you will  find money well expended.  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.  .;';  ;tot  The way to test the truth of this statement  is to send us the copy for your ad. right away.  The experience would not be an expensive one,  and satisfactory results are assured.  We use the most modern type and machinery money can buy, combined with thorough  workmanship���a combination which enables us  to do the best work at a moderate cost.  y^TpHOEWlX PIONEER  |$2.00 per year, in Advance: $2.50 per year, United States^  phoenix- ��|  Leav* Phoenix, uptown, 8.4^a.m. , ^ ^  Leave Greenwood 3.00 p.m. )  PR^T ATTENT.OM TO EXPRESS AND FREIGHT  lW,SSI ������>?.'��� tv?',;��"?v !'**.'{: ���  **'.���**   /,-  THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BEIT1SH   COLUMBIA.  Women's Secrets  There is one man in tbe United States who. has perhaps heard  more women's secrets than any other man or woman in thc  country.   These secrets are not secrets of guilt or shame, but  the secrets of suffering, and they have been confided to Dr. ^-fy  .R. V, Pierce in the hope and expectation of advice and help..   ^  That few of these women have been disappointed in their expectations is proved by the fec-t that 98 per cent.of all women ".  treated by Dr. Pierce or his able staff, have been absolutely  and altogether cured.   Such a record would bo remarkable if  the cases treated were numbered by hundreds only.   But when  that record applies to the treatment of more than half-a-mil-  lion women, in a practice of over 40 years, it is phenomenal,  and entitles Dr. Pierce to the gratitude accorded him .by< women, as the first of  specialists in the treatment of   women's diseases.' . -  Every  sick woman  may consult  us   by letter, absolutely without   charge.   ,  All replies are mailed, sealed in perfectly plain, envelopes, without any print-   -  '   in(J  or  advertising whatever,   upon  them.     Write without  fear  as   without  fee, to World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R. V. Pierce, President,  663 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y.  ��K. PIERCE'S   IPAVOHITE   PRE8CItII��XIOK  MiUs.ea IseoaU 'Xnroxueii Strous,  '������' ' fSiols. yfTVoxxxox*.  XTVoXX*  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 Licence (iWdnys) ..'95.00  CorHflwito of Improvement notico (��6djvy��)<J7.50  Application to I'ui-choHO IjuhI not Icon (ISO dayx)   ...........................���.. ..?7.fi0  Delinquent Co-owner notice* (��0 days) ... .$10.00  Small Water Notice* (30 elavH)....'./...'...' 97.50  All other legal lulverttHlntr, -12 cciiIh a lino,  I hIiikIo column, for'tho'ftmt'iiiKertion; und 8  t ccnU m lino for ouch Hutwcquent iiiHot'tion,.nonpareil niciwuicinoiit.  r  The  Queen's Hotel  COMPLETELY REFURNISHED AND  REFITTED  Wc beg to announce the reopening of thc Queen's Hotel.    This  popular hotel has been completely refitted throughout;  everything new and up-to-date.    Large lofty rooms,  heated with hot water.    Perfect fire appliances.  Night and Day Service  .Patrons of this hotel will  find. in-it all the comforts of home.  Perfect .satisfaction is assured all our guests.    Jt is  the. most centrally located hotel in town. ;  Bar Stocked with Best Wines, Liquors, Cigars  Saturday, July 13, 1912  Chisholm & Hart-man,'��� Props.  FIRST STREET AND KNOB HILL AVENUE  Your Milk Supply  Should come from healthy and vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  man-ner Separated Cream insures'purity and  quality. The Dairy produces both.  postor of his breed has been adored  since the golden calf; so it is to be  expected that the nation will warit  him back again after he is done  hunting other wild animals heroically in Africa with the safe-guards  and advertising equipment of a park  of artillery and a brass band." i.  ������������������:������   ���_-___���.���^_���_____-';-    |  Conserving Mineral Resources  In considering the conservation  of mjneral resources it is of the utmost importance to observe the  followjpgT facts:  1. There will be no mineral industry without profits; that is to  say. np mining company will mine  or extract these resources in such a  manner as to entail continuous loss  to itse|f in order to conserve such  resources for the future.  2. The present generation has  the power and the right to use efficiently so much of these resources  as it needs. The past has proven  that tlje needs increase with the extension of our industries, and more  rapidly than the population.  3. The nations needs will not be  curtailed. The people will take  what they require.  Conservatism of our mineral resources may be accomplished by  investigation, education and legislation. Investigation should be carried on to determine the nature and  extent of each of our important resources; the ratej'at'which each resource is being utilized; the nature  and extent of the waste in mining,  extraction and use of each mineral  product; how this waste can be prevented; to discover and develop substitutes which may take the place  of products of importance, the supply of which is limited; to discover  methods for utilizing by-products or  other materials for which, tinder  existing conditions, there is no com-  merciaj.demand and which are therefore wasted.     If, from time to time,  "������   """I  rav  THE  DAIRY      J. W. Hannam, Prop  Value of Local Newpapers  Many of us, of course, would feel  happier if we could begin our work  with a life pension that would free  us from all care ever afterwards,  writes Arthur Brisbane of thc New  York Evening Journal. But the  country editor goes to work with  no pension and no guarantee, lie  asks no pension, no cash in advance,  only fair play and a chance to work.  That is why we have in the past  and today tried and shall in the  future try to impress on our readers  and on big advertisers the fact that  they should do their share towards  supporting the local press of the  country. There would be and could  be no philanthrophy about it. Simply wise self interest should make  every citizen buy his local paper  and make every advertiser contribute according to his means to the  support of the local press.  The citizen that buys his local  paper gets his money back many  times over in protection of his local  interests. And the man who advertises widely and wisely in the  local press gets his money back  many times over in cash returns.      i  The people shouldnot be niggard-1 the policy.,and  action   of individuals  Round-Trip Excursion  RATES TO THE EAST  A few samples���Other reductions  to  many  Eastern  and  Middle  p West Points in Canada and United States.  WINNIPEG   - $ 60.OO  MONTREAL- 105.OO  QUEBEC        - 105.OO  HALIFAX      - 1587.2��  TORONTO    - 91. So  DENVER   -  ST. PAUL -  ST. LOUIS  CHICAGO  NEW YORK  $ 55.00  60.00  7o.oo  72.5o  1o8.5o  m  il,  ii  ii  ii  m  m  Tickets are first-class, on sale different dates in July, Aug. |  and Sept. Final return limit Oct. 31st. Liberal stopovers al-'J  lowed. Option of returning through California at slightly higher|  rate.     For full particulars call or address  W. X. PERKINS, Agatit.  D. J. MATHESON   Insurance Agent  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE GLASS,  COMMISSIONER FOR TAKING  AFFIDAVITS  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX,   B. C.  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Business men and the pub  lie generally should be especially  broad minded and liberal in their  support  of    the    local   newspapers  wasteful methods are vised in order  to make large financial profits, re-  gauilesSjof the rights of the future,  suchjaction should be restrained by  Lands,  New Stock of Kodak Films and Supplies  NEW STOCK OF AA WALL PAPERS  WHITEWARE CHINA���New Patterns  Kodaks���-We will show you thc easy way to take and  make Pictures with a Kodak.  All the Latest Newspapers, -Magazines  Cf  PROPER CLOTHES"  Our stock of suits covers the entire range of good clothes for  men and young men, and is unusually rich in beautiful fabrics and  new models. It is our ambition to sell absolutely the finest clothing made in Canada, and in featuring the "Proper Clothes" brand,  we feci .tjiai we have the best ever. These garments show for  themselves as regards  PERFECTION OF  FIT; QUALITY OF FABRIC;  VARIETY OF PATTERN;      EXCL.USIVENESS OF STYLE  together with high-class tailoring.      They offer   the   advantag-e  of  immediate selection, and give confidence and courage to   the   men  who wear them.     "Proper Clothes" are good  credentials and em-'  hasize a man's good taste and refinement.      If you want to appear  at your best, this is the store to come to. .  that   represent   and   testify   public leg��4atipn. ��� Report     on  opinion throughout the country. Fisheries, ,Game and Minerals.  The   editorial   columns   and   the '"    -~~   ~     *    "  Unnecessary Surprise  Considerable surprise and regret  meeting used to be in the old days. lis expressed at the alleged Canadian  In the local newspaper the citizens! PoUdy o�� offering dreadnaughts to  meet mentally and discuss and think the imperial navy instead of follow-  along the same lines. The editor is  the   presiding  officer   of an  impor  news   columns   of   the   local   newspaper   are   today    what   the    town  rr  &  tant   local  gathering    w He    is   the  custodian and protector of local interests, the daily and weekly interpreter of national and- international  events.     He   is   the   school   teacher  ing the Australian precedent. Such  a policy is entirely disapproved and  there.is a growing feeling among  those interested in the Pacific pro  blems that the most advisable  course is to concentrate the Australian, New Zealand and Canadian  ���cos I naval   Forces    with    a   view   to   the  &lSiMcELR6Y  SOLE AGENT FOR PRINCETON COAX      >  Dealer in Lumber, Shingles, Lath  and Cedar Poles. Stull "Laggan.  First-Class Fir & Tamarac Wood.  MOVING MACHINERY OUR SPECIALTY  ThOS.  BrOWn        Men's Wear Exclusively  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  ix  W. A. McKay &. Sons  ly Proprietors  The Central Hotel  NEAREST HOTEL TO FAMOUS GRANBY MINES  FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION  FOR   MINERS  Bar Stocked with thc Finest Line of Wines, Liquors, Cigars  A. O. JOHNSON     -    -     Proprietor  for the   grownups, a   man who usesi   his eyes, his ears, his knowledge of creation of an imperial Pacific fleet,  the country, his powers of observa-|'e��vi''|g Britain to control the Attention, for the benefit of the busy men  ---.,,.��.. p-p>~nf.  and women around him  The day will come when this  work will be recognised and rewarded as it should be. And this  newspaper will be very proud to  have a hand in hurrying along that  day  tic.     The Australian premier recent  ly stated he welcomed proposals for  thorough co-operation on such  lines  and had   taken   steps  to secure that  consummation.  If Tired of Wood, try Princeton Coal  Ice Cream and Soft Drinks  After the Opera House Show or Dance,  acquire the habit, and drop in at Tony  Cervo's Ice Cream Parlor and treat yotir  girl to a dish of Hazel wood Ice Cream.  Fresh supplies daily. The aroma of our  Havanna   rin-ars   will   win   you  cigars  home.  KNOB HSL.L AVENUE  Mark Twain's Prophesy  Two days after the inauguration  of President Tall, Samuel Clemens  (Mark Twain), penned the following  lines, which in thc light of current  events have till the appearance of  being prophetic:  "Astronomers assure us that the  attraction ol' gravitation on thc surface of the sun is twenty-eight  times as powerful as is the force at  the earth's surface, and that an object which weighs 217 pounds else-  whore would weigh 6000 pounds  there. For seven years this country has lain smothering under a  burden like that, the incubus representing, in the person of President  Roosevelt, the difference between  217 pounds and 6000. Thanks be,  we got rid of this disastrous burden  day before yesterday at last!  "Forever? Probably not. Probably only for a brief breathing  spell, whereupon, Mr. Taft, we  may hope to get back some of our  health���some of our years. We  expect to have Mr. Roosevelt sitting  on us again with his twenty-eight  times the weight of any other presidential burden that Providence  would impose  upon us for our sins.  "Our people have adored this  showy charlatan as perhaps  no im-!  Meaning- of Conservation  Conservation does  not mean forbidding   access    to    resources   that  could be made available for present  use. It means the freest and largest  development of them consistent with  the public interest and without  waste. A bag of gold buried in thc  earth is useless for any purpose. So  is an acre untitled, a mine unopened,  a forest that bars thc way to homes  and human happiness.���Jas. J. Hill.  INSECT STINGS AND  SUMMER SORES  Insect bH.es and stiiiys, blistered feet  and sunburn! These Uiveo things, ov  any one of them, may spoil some days  of your vacation, or make your work  n bore! Zani-Btik is the remedy yon  need! It. takes the "burn" ��mt of these  red, hiHiuned patches where the sun  has got home on you: ileuses bad nios-  (|iii(o bites, and it. soothes anil heals  blistered feet and hands.  In the hot weather young babies suffer greatly from heat, spots and chafed  places. Here again, Zum-Buk will give  almost instant ease! Mothers should  always keep '/ani-Uuk handy, and  should use   Zani-Uuk   Soap  for  baby's  bath.  For cuts, burns, and more serious  skin diseases, such as eczema, blood  poisoning, etc., and for piles, Ziiiu-Btik  is absolutely without an equal. All  druggists and stores HOc. box or Zaiu-  Buk Co.. Toronto.  Spring Rugs and Carpets  Coupled with price reductions throughout our immense  stock that will make this week the most opportune time  of the season for thc purchase of the new spring- rug- or  carpet. All the best products of the best mills in America  are shown in a broad range of most desirable colors and  patterns, supplemented by an excellent showing- of elegant rugs that leaves nothing to be desired by even the  most particular purchasers.  20 per cent Discount win be allowed  on all House Furnishings for all June  Wedding purchasers.    C- F- Edwards The Furniture Dealer  Special for Warm Weather  Fraser River Salmon  Cold Cooked Ham  Chicken Halibut  Ideal Bologna  FRESH CHURNED CREAMERY BUTTER  in One Pound Bricks and 14lfo. boxes  FRESH FARM EGGS, 35c. per dozen  Wholesale and Retail Butchers and Produce Merchants  PHOENIX, B.C.        PHONE 2  ta+tttfiiatmci'VWrtWI**'-**'!**  ���mr"**"  ktmrnMij,  Bsa-��HSKffi!M ^l"  &%������  THE    PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.   i.-.  Is Open  for  the Season  MAGNIFICENT DANCING PAVILION  ORCHESTRA BY CHAS. 13. KING AND ALEX. STRUTZEL  Splendid Baseball Park, Picnic and Camping Grounds  ���Unrivalled Mountain,,Forest, Stream and Lake  Scenery.. Dark room for Photographers. New  Row Boats' and Launches 'for hire. Bass and  Trout Fishing���finest in the country.  i ^  Roomy and Well-Furnished Tents on the Grounds.  Best of Accommodation in New Large Hotel.  Modern Equipped Dining-room.  You can live as cheap here as at home.  Conveniently reached from Fife, Cascade or Lauder.  Regular Stage from Cascade.  Full line of Provisions and Camping Outfit in Store on  the Grounds.  Friendly Societies,  Clubs,  Orders and  Parties should  write for dates and terms.  OLE JOHSMSOSM, Prop.  CHRISTINA LAKE, British Columbia  t i  11  The Dearie Hotel  Only Miners Home in the Boundary  Newly   Furnished  from   Garret  to  Cellar  '7,\  A,    ���  ���6  A. ' ,v  iv     ,  - t-r  \Zfat  To invite a person lo board, ��t your ,hotel is tantamount to mi  "otter to take charge of his happiness and comfort ��.�� long as litis beneath its roof. Wc offer to do this,, and all who accept  our invitation can rest assured that no effort will be spared on  our pint to faithfully carry out our share of the contract. Our  guests will find a "home-like feeling,' best of food aud skilled  cooking, with a quick and pleasant service.  'THE MINERS' HOME"  DOMINION  AVENUE  fii*-1  -   t VJ v  fy  A  ��� I  >  jewelry  We have anew selection of CUFF  etc.     Very Nice Designs.  .INKS,  made specialty for b'oft Cuffs, will not pull  $1.50 to $3.50 per pair  CUFF (LINKS,  ' thiouirh  TIE   tPlBWS to match signet; unci other styles  &1.00 and up.  -SEE OUR WINJDOW.  ZixJW  i sjaEraaassaEBasrja i  VjRAYINi  'or  Of all kinds promptly ..attended  to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Carerful attention to all orders.  '   i?hone A65  Jam^s G. McKeown  First-class  Fir  unci Tam-  arac Wood, $5>-O0 per cord  Wood,   $4.50 per cord.  Fir and Tamarae, double cut,  .   per cord, $6.50.  Pine  WOOD   DELIVERED  NOTICE.  ON   SHORT  'Phone B32  Must Pay for the Paper  Judge Ellison ot Kansas ;h as  handed down tho following decision  in a newspaper case. '"'The.������ preparation and publication of a newspaper involves much mental and  physical labor, as well as an outlay  of money. One who accepts the  paper by continuously taking itfrorri  the postoffice receives a benefit aud  pleasure arising from such labor and  expenditures as fully as if he .had  appropriated any other product of  another's labor, and by such an act  it must be held liable for the subscription price. ��� P.rystreak.  BEST  -j\T-  Reasonable Prices  For the next 80 days  I  will  given  10 Per Cent Discount  on all work if you  bring this announcement.  DR. L  N.J5.  S. EASTSVSAN,  S and 4 Zoigler Block,  Corner Iti versideand Howard  SPOKANE,  WASH;  RECO STEAM LAUNDRY  Don't worry about yoiir Washing,  just send your clothes to the  Laundry. 'We. will wash, starch,  and iron them, and return them  ready for use.   ..'���'.  LADIES'   AND   GENTS'   SUITS  ' -CLEANED AND PRESSED.  W. S. Macy of tho Macy hotel company returned to Spokane on Friday.  Mr. and Mrs. Foulkes are on a visit  to friends in Spokane.    ��    v..  Born���At Phoenix, on July 13rd, to  Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hill, a daughter.  Born���At Phoenix, on July 10th, to  Mr. and Mrs. Win. Jones, a daughter.  Al. Taylor returned to town from  the Ooeur D'Alene district on Monday.  Harry McKay was among tho Phoo-  nix visitors to the recent celebration  at Republic.' '       ,.'  Mrs. Fred. Weir and Mrs. Frank  McDougal were visitors to Grand  Forks during tho week.  Mr.'u'nd Mrs. O. B. Smith, after a  short visit to town, left on Friday on  their return to Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cook and son of  Grand Forks are the guests of Mr. and  Mrs. D. Doane for a few,days.  Mrs. J. Uanna, of Rossland, returned  home on Friday after a few days' visit  to her sister, Mrs. A. miliar.  Lost, on Tuesday, July 0th, a gold  stick set with diamond. Finder rewarded on returning same to Pioneer  office.  Mrs. J. J. Bassett left on Tuesday for  Montreal lo attend tho bedside of her  mother, Mrs. R. McDonald, who is  seriously ill.  Mrs. Jas. A Voir left on Monday for  Vancouver. She was accompanied as  far as Spokane by Miss Laura Earl,  who returned on Wednesday.  Methodist Church ��� Sunday school  and Bible class, 2.30 p.m.; evening service, 7.30 p.m. Prayer meeting, Thursday evening, 7.45 p.m.  Miss McCready, who has been thc  guest of her sister, Mrs. N. Sweetscr,  for some weeks, left on Friday for her  home in Portland.  Presbyterian service will bo held on  Sunday morning, at 11 a.m., mii the  lodgeroom, Miners' Union Hall. A cordial welcome.     J. It. Alunro, pastor.  Miss Cora Dawson and Mrs. Wm.  Hower returned from Republic on  Monday, where they spent the [nde-  pendance Day holidays.  Mrs. R. Laurie, with her youngest  son, returned to Chewelah on Monday.  The two eldest are staying with their  father, R. Laurie, manager of the  Granby hotel.  Mrs. P. G. Tennetti aud family left  last week to ioin Mr. Tennetti at Hid-  den creek. They were among the now  rapidly vanishing old residents of the  camp. --   .'  The Services on Sunday in St. John's  Church are: Holy Communion at 7.30  a.m., Morning Prayer at 10.30, Holy  Communion at 11 a.m., Sunday School  at 2.30 p.m., Evening Prayer at 7.30.  Rev. L. B. Lee, Rector.  Mrs. Donald Urquhart, 6"f Eastern  Ontario, is the guest of her daughter,  Mrs. J. T. Hawthorn. 'Mr. and Airs.  Hawthorn, accompanied by Airs. Uv-  quhart, ai e leaving today for a visit to  coast cities.  The stated services in the Catholic  church are as follow s-:   First and third  Sundays  in   the month.    JVIaso  at  10  a.m.,    Sunday  School    at   2.30   pin.;  Evening Service at   7.30   p.m.     Rev.  Father Choinel, pastor.  O. Cote is leaving for his vacation  trip this morning, Saturday. He intends making a circular trip, travelling via Spokane to Seattle, Victoria  and Vancouver, and returning via the  Arrow lakes and Nelson.   Bon voyage.  T. A. Love and C. D. Pearson, editor  and typo, lespoetively ot the Grand  Forks Gazette dropped into town for a  few hours Monday night. Later in the  evening they paid their respects to the  local lodge of Oddfellows, and left early  next morning for the fruit belt capital.  H. T. Lowery, the learned pundit of  tlie Greenwood .Ledge was a welcome  visitor to the Pioneer heath)uarters  this week. The venerable scribe in  much wrought up over the baneful  activity of the real estate sharks lurking ���tround these parts, and expresses  his intention of securing a few scalps  with which to adorn his library.  LOCAL NEWS  Ton Yuitib'Honco  Aliss Tirnovawit/j was showing us  a few samples of oxquisite Ottar  D'Rose which her uncle Petro Dagga-  ruski, a former chief of police of Phoenix, sent her from Alontenegro. She  says she needed it badly.  Messrs. Ourruchiiiuif, Ba///jarahar  and Bugara were appointed a committee to wait on tho oillcors gof the  English and Methodist churches. Negotiations have been going on for  some time with the object of handing  over these structures to the Greek congregations.  Fred, Graham, scoutmaster of the  Phoenix Boy Scouts, sustained a compound fracture of the jaw on Thursday. In spite of the repeated warnings  of his medical adviser, he persisted in  calling the roll of tho Bulgarian patrol;  at the time of the disaster he was in  the act'of pronouncing tho suspension  of Corporal PiokuptheoigarMiipesky.  His worship, Mayor Baboonovilch,  who with Alderman /lYachoinaofi,  havo been visiting their childhood's  home at Yaroslavsk, on the Caspian,  returned on Tuesday in time to vote  on the bylaw calling for the leaching  of the Russian language in thc local  school. They both report finding their  people following the same old occupation of gutting sturgeon.  Alikasco Gonor-Spirrclli, supt. of the  Little Burn mine, who is recuperating  from his recent severe illness at Rust-  chuk in Bulgaria, writes us that he is  returning to Phoenix in a few weeks.  It will be remembered that Mr. Gonor-  Spirrelli was in the cage accident in  the. above mine, when an Englishman,  a Swede, and a Welshman met their  deaths; Air. Gonor-Spirrelli suffered a  severe shaking and lost a couple of  teeth, a remarkable occurrence when  the 1500ft. depth of the shaft is considered.  Gorman West Passes Away  Everyone in the Boundary will re  gret to hear of the passing of Gormai  "West, of Bull Greek. He came west  about thirty years ago, and was particularly noted for his happy-go-lucky  disposition. His fondness for practical jokes got him into trouble some  years ago at Golden, where he and a  few other kindred spirits laid profane  hands on an attache of a Chinese legation who was travelling through the  country. The son of the flowery kingdom had just stepped from the train  presumably to stretch his legs, when  he was seized and adroitly "Dutch  flipped" two or three times. The  Chink's feelings were dreadfully ruffled and Gorman with his palls paid  rather handsomely for the little joke a  few hours later   in   the  local   police  court.   +.   Aliss Sarah llalloran, formerly a resident of Phoenix, and now of Greenwood, was recently married in the latter town to John Spencer.  !Wf  A Trial Solicited.  Phone 50.   Dominion Ave,  Fire, Life and Accident   Insurance.       General Agents.  issuer of Marriage Licences  Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  Real Estate in Grand Forks  W. E Madden, of Grand Forks,  was among the Oddfellow delegation which- visited Snowshoe lodge  this week. Mr. Madden has recently taken over the interests of R.  Sheads, in the former firm of  Sheads and Madden, real estate  agents. Owing to the decision of  'f the C.P.R. and Kettle Valley railway companies to erect shops and  make of Grand Forks a divisional  point, Mr. Madden expects a lively  'shuffle' in the real estate market of  our sister town. He extends a cordial invitation to the investors of  Phoenix to visit him and view with  their own eyes some of the choice  locations he has to dispose of. He  has been a resident of the Boundary  for years, and experience has taught  us that his statements can be implicitly relied on.  Large Deposit of Copper Ore  What may prove to be a very important deposit of copper ore has-  been discovered by George Bour-  gois and William Winslow, twelve  miles north of Lytton.  According to Arthur Gowing, who  has just returned from the property,  it has all the ear marks of a mine.  Mr. Gowing who made a thorough  examination of the property, reports  that th\i new find is of more than  common interest, being traceable  for a distance of at least a. mile, and  showing an extremely high grade of  copper ore. But little work has  been done, but sufficient values arc  in sight to warrant a thorough exploitation of the property. Two  feet of grey copper have been exposed in a lead the width of which  has not yet been determined. The  owners have obtained assays as  high as $47 per ton, and claim that  the samples assayed were obtained  outside of the high grade streak.  The new discovery is only two  miles from thc Fraser river, and  within easy reach of Lytton by one  of the best wagon roads in the province.  BOB FITZSIMMONS' CO.  SPECIAL LINE OF  attr  Made from long Cotton fibre, Art 1 icking.  These Goods will last a lifetime,  and it would pay you to call and  inpect them before purchasing  elsewhere. Call Today.  Special Price $12  All the Latest Designs in  Linoleums  and everything in the House-  furnishing line, at the  VERY LOWEST PRICES.  N. J. Carson & Co.  tmox^tMlmaa^aa^m^Xmamm^k\a\m%maVaa\WBkam  ���      -- I I    ���!���-��� I   "I II ��������'��� ��� "*    >'    '*       '_" ' "    '    ���      ' '", |    ,      ,|- "^  Hotel Brooklyri  The Only First-Class and Up-To-t>ate  Hotel in Phoenix. New from cellar  to roof. Best Sample Rooms in the  Boundary, Opposite Great Northern  Depot.       v    v      Modern Bathrooms.  i  IV  STEAM HEATED.      ELECTRIC- LIGHTED  James Marshall, Prop.  Phoenix, ^<l$|  Beautiful Selection of'Pipes, ^gjgjUS -^  Tobaccos. All the most ptfjjiW //  blends of Cigarettes, 'etc.  P AR LO RS     Cosgrove & McAstocker, Props:  A LIGHT  PALE BEER  ONL  If you.come to  me for treatment  ex pect to b e  cured. If others  have failed expect me to cure  you. Unless I  know that I can  cure you I will  not accept your  casc,andin every  nstance I treat  by my own original advanced  and scientific  methods.  MY FEES ARE FA!R, AND MY  CURES ARE PERMANENT  Is Splendid for Family Use  That is thc kind we have   for YOU.  "At Cozy Corners"  Will be the next attraction in the city,  theatrically speaking. It is a play of  the "way down east" type, brim-full  of heart interest, thrilling climax's,  while the comedy, of which there is  abundance, is bright, clean, refreshing  and entirely free from vulgarity. The  plot deals with a country minister who  falls in love with a concert violinist.  The lady, in order to free the village  church of a mortgage, consents to play  at a New York festival, unknown to  the minister. Her good intentions are,  however, misconstrued, and many  complications arise, all of which go  to make "Oozy Corners" an interesting  spot for two hours. Incidental to the  play there are several vaudeville numbers introduced.  Admission, 75c., and $1,00      I  Are You Run Down in Health ?  Order a Case  or  two, and  see   how  rapidly  you   will  improve.  .Spermatorrhoea, Organic Weakness, Lost Vigor, Varicocele, Hydrocele, Contracted Disorders,  Specific Blood Poison, Piles and  Strictures���restoring all affected  organs tt) normal and healthy action  in shortest possible space of time.  VISIT  DR. KELLY'S  GREAT MUSEUM  Sen till the forms of 'Mucuses of Men.  C'oiiHiiltiiUoii and instructive booklet free |  .   at ollico ot- by imi.il.  210 HOW AUD STKK.UT  SPOKANE -       - WASH. |  ���PHONI:  PHOENIX  LIMITED  G. O. Buchanan, supervisor of  lead bounties, states that the price  of lead having now reached $90.00,  the bounties on that metal become  inoperative. The point above  $90.00 was reached during the last  days of July.  If he cannot supply th��  MARVEL, accept no other,  but. send stamp lor Illustrated  lionk-sealcil. Itjflres full partle-  ul.us and directions Invaluable to ladles.  WINDSOR SUPPLY CO..  Windsor. Ont. Ut-neral AecuM for CannTl  The famous King and Strut/.el orchestra are open for a few engagements, excepting Saturdays, Sundays  and Wednesdays. Write quick for  terms, care of Fife Postoffice, B.C.  ���� - -   j^��^

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