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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jun 15, 1912

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Array t#��mmmu.  =77���"  ���Sp'*'  t!  OHMS  isas  WHUxtWKnfiWMMM  birw^v<t ��.^��*<^���-. y-  '"V '  f2   *^  m  ���������*  Ji J ��:���;. M  The largest popper wines in  the Dominion art; situated  at Phoenix. The Granby  Co. employs 500 men, and  has u monthly pay roll of  over$50,000; while the llavr-  hido pay roll is $18,000.  THIRTEENTH YEAR  inn  ' Granby Consolidated  It is stated   that  the   Granby  management will not begin con-  .struction u;ork on  the   propose^  new smelter fit the Hidden Creek  property untij it has opened, by,  underground working's, the large,  ore body" which' the diamond drill  indicated contained considerable  2% ore.     This  will  take  four or  five  months.���Boston    Commer-r  cial.  The Gamp's Pay Roll  Monday was payday, in the camp,  all   of  the    mines   now   disbursing  their pay cheques on the same date.  From  an   authoritative 'source  we  learn that the.total sum paid out ex-  cceded;$^,v000, 0/,[this,'aVnouri't the  Granby mine', payroll accounted''for j  more than two-thirds.    The number  of employees on the-local minel payrolls is about 752, the Granby claiming 543 and the  li. C.   Copper company   the  remainder.-   -This is   the  fifth full  pay day since  the calami-  s   iri!"    ''ft  *   1 -J4*. ���Wirt* -    - ,*.. >v-^i  I ton's "Crow's:1 Nestrcoahstrjke.,was"  \ settled, and  although business con-  (' dilions in   Phoenix are by no means  I as prosperous as  formerly, yet few  1 .towustiirjCanada possess the recup-  iterative powers of Phoenix and with-  ������in a short lime it is confidently   ex-  ��  pected /'thafj conditions' will -have  ,   reached their former high level. ���' ���  Carter-Mackenzie  The  residence  of Mr.   and  Mrs.  D. W. Mackenzie was the scene of  a'pretty home wedding on Wednesday, June 12, when their daughter,  1 Merdena Agnes, was united in marriage to James Embree Carter.  The  bride,entered the room, which was  tastefully decorated, on  the arm of  her  father,   to   the   strains   of  the  wedding   chorus   from   Lohengrin,  played by  Miss' Constance  Munro.  Devoted to the Intorerta of tho Boundary Mininff District  ^   ~~      r 11   m mm i"iini in ni|��nyii j ,_,_   PHOENIX, B.C., SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1912  <B    IS;  fugliest t    Canada��� >  altitude, 4,800 ft.   The; city.1 -  has a population of, 1,600,  and    possesses    first-class,:  hotels, opera house, schools !  GRANBY CONSOLIDATED  TO RESUME DIVIDENDS  Will Expend $200,000 on Under-  ground Work���$300,000 on  Mines Equipment.   -  Although the Granby Smelting  and Refining company will' expend  approximately $100,000 a month for  In the:"unavoidable absence of 'theItne remainder of the current year in  resident minister, Rev. J. R. Munro,  the Rev. J. McKee, of Grand Forks  Presbyterian church, officiated.  The bride was ' attired in a dress  of;white silk chiffon, with .veil and  orange blossoms, and carried a  bouquet of roses'and lilies of the  valley. "She was attended by her  sister, Miss Catherine Mackenzie,  j who wore  bhie silk'and  carried  ". \1 The Copper Market  *- 1 f t - ,   -   <  -'   ,   At   London, England, the  copper  I-'market through the last two weeks,  -'.has presented features  of, great interest.     Prices have puV&ued an up-  g,vward course-with a certainty which  J^'has impressed even those who have  i. followed the market closely, and the  ;" j steady upward' movement  has had  f-'much significance.    There has been  ^rthe "usual ebb^and-flowprices easifter"  t'lat times, and suggesting weakness;  >;but, up to the time of writing-there  <'<6as been a fresh surge of the wave,  Which has carried  prices   to   higher  ^'points than any reached for a long  -\ iperiod.���Boston ^Commercial.  t  a  bouquet of pink   sweet peas.    The  yroom "was ��� supported    by   J.    H.  Matthews,   of Medicine-Hat.    The  popularity  of the bride  was shown  in  the  number of wedding presents  received,  which  included cut glass,  silver"and linen; the groom's gift to  the bride  being a   locket and chain  of gold;   to   the bridesmaid'a pearl  pendant, and to the best man, a set  of'buff'links   and-pin.      After -the  wedding "breakfast, - Mr.- and   Mrs.  Carter left  via  the C.P.R.  for Nel-  son, ';en ' route  for   Montreal   and  Sackville, ^New,. Brunswick.   At, the  station they   were accorded a royal  send-off,  the train steaming out to  the accompaniment of torpedo . explosions, showers of rice, and heartfelt expressions of good wishes from  a large number of freinds. ' ;  the development of its properties at  Hidden Creek, the net earnings of  its smelter at Grand Forks in all  probability will be sufficient to permit a resumption of dividend payments within a short time, accord-  to J. P. Graves, vice president and  general manager, who leaves Spokane  today  for  Hidden  Creek   to  superintend the beginning of con w .^.^ ,H1|S I1-iai aay ot tne  struction of the docks and smelter jDorm'njon amid the woods of beauti-  at that point. e ' ��� *   *  K. P. and Oddfellow Excursion  Posters are already out announcing the  program,of sports,  which  are to take place on Dominion Day,  at Christina lake.    The outing has  .been arranged by the orders of Oddfellows  and   Knights   of Phythias,  imembeVs of each being represented  on the various committees.   During  the day fhe Daughters of Rebekah  jwilj preside over   the  refreshment  ['booths, while a special service has  been 'arranged for at the Christina  Lake ,l\otel.    Large contingents of  jtrippero are expected from all over  the    /Boundary   district,    and    altogether  the   celebration   is being  planned on' a most ambitious scale.  Cheap   return  fares have  been  secured and   there is every possibility  that many hundreds of Boundaryites  .will iake advantage of the occasion  to  spend    the   ndtal   day    of   the  B.C. Mining  'em  Twenty-two earthquakes were 'recorded on the seismograph at "'the  Dominion observatory, in Ottawa;*  ou FciUay-iiCJast vveek. .."They 2M#r��l  -of unusually! long/ duration ,and' it  was. thought that the scene of the  disturbances was somewhere  Alaska.  111  A shower  of volcanic  ash  Vancouver this week.  fell  in  at that point  According to  a statement issued  by Mr. Graves  the net  earnings of  Granby for the  last   three   months  have been   much  in   excess  of the  best previous record, over $350,000  having been turned into the surplus  fund in that time.  The statement In detail follows :  March���Copper,   1,882,973   lbs.;  silver,   29,152  ounces;  gold,   4253  ounces; net earnings, $110,000.  April���,Copper, 1,941,797 pounds;  silver, 31,281 ounces; gold, 4619  ounces; net earnings, $117,000.  May���Copper, 1,944,460 pounds;  silver, 31,633 ounces; gold, 4927  ounces; net earnings, $135,000.  Frank M. Sylvester of Spokane,  assistant general manager of the  Granby company; W. A. Williams,  superintendent of the smelter at  Grand Forks, and O. B. Smith,  Jr.J j superintendent of the  mines at  fui Christina.  Golden Wedding  The following item of news appeared in the columns of the Pretoria News," South Africa, on May  7th. Ralph ��. Pope, a well known  business, man of the camp, being  one 0/ the eleven children mentioned, and himself a resident of  Pretoria for some years:  "Mr. and Mrs. E. Pope, well-  known 'residents; here, celebrated  their golden wedding yesterday, at  their son-in-law's residence, 223,  Boon* street, .in the presence of  many of their children and grandchildren. The remarkable facts are  that of the eleven children and 23  grand children, all are still Hvtnjg  and enjoying good health." '  ' There are over 750 men working  in the Rossland camp.  The Pueble, near White Horse, is  shipping 150 tons a day.  The Standard mill at Silverton is  the most successful ever installed in  the Slocah district.  !.v Hewitt mine, back of Silverton,  will soon again be in operation. Two  long crosscut tunnels will be driven,  which will give a vertical depth of  1700 feet. The flume will be rebuilt  and the mill remodelled.  Mr. Henry McLachlan, an expert  sent out by a British syndicate to  report on certain copper properties  in the Portland Canal district will  visit the coal propositions on  Graham island, afterwards spending  some time in an examinatiou of the  coal deposits on Groundhog mountain.  Both  native silver and  [has   beeu   found   on   the   Red   _  Mining company's holdings in   the  ���Portland  Canal district.   -The   new  strike  is   of   a   most   encouraging  nature, all the more so as not being  the least expected.     There are  yet  another fifty  feet to   be   broken before getting across the full width.  A find of considerable importance,  says the Rossland Miner, has been  made by Supt. Coulter on the  Hattie claim of the Richmond Consolidated. The discovery was made  at a point 200 feet ftom the find  uncovered three weeks' ago. The  new find is 15 feet in width. Sam  pies of the ore yielded $12 in  gold, 4^ozs. in silver?copper t.Ol  per "/cent; total value ,$17.50.  George. G.    Evans,   mining  A LIGHT  PALE BEER  Is Splendid for Family Use  That is the kind we have -for YOU.  Re^ Cliff Afe Y��U Run Down in Health?  ��� Order a Case or two, and  see  how rapidly you  will  improve.  First Passenger Train  Permission  has been  received by 1 Kioee*'�� will Jeave" this   evening   on  the'Crand*'1 Trunk-  >l>-��.-:c -r >_.^x_.     Iha (toam.kU ' IU-' n:  'PHONE  23  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  LIMITED  KingEdwardLodge  No. 36, A.F. and A.M.  ar  Regular communication at 8  co p.m. Second Thursday of  each month.  Emergent meetings as called; Masonic  tt_,P " " *   ilock.  i   "W. J. Prendbboabt  Hall, McHale Block  J. T. Hawthorn,  Secy.  W.M.  JPJippni.K.:JB..a.^^��ow.auHidde���Ub;G^   T  '   ^       "? ^ "y   iC u- T- ���      eVemag   ��n     ^ if**,  creek, to, prepare fdr^e^bi^diS^^  >rc tnnx   at Granby bdy   nv��r,.u,' ������>�����;���     -   ,.__    .   .       *   1 thrni.o-v. ��,=   .._. ...      -.��    _:     " ���  docks and ��� ore bins* at' Granby, bay  and a. railway line a mile long, to  conuect the mine and the wharves,  andr-a branch line flalf-a-niile in  lengtb, which   is to leave ��� the mine  m  tin  II!  *      WE    ARE   rf| AGENTS   l        TOR    THE IBl  jADlESHoMEjOtlRNALl  ovfir"jjfe' section of line between  Van Arsdel and Skeena crossing.  T1>i& marks a new era in the history   of the   Grand   Trunk Pacific,  ��� -   -~ ,as previous   to this the   trains had/,w*e quannt.es, and Mr.    Evans is  , I tracks midway to   the   ore  storages / had-^oaly run from  Prince Rupert asj beia^ sent from Seattle to determine  -/and runs to the smelter site. far   aa^an    Arsdel.        At    Skeena   its value and to mHP   the geological  They   ivill   also   prepare   for   the icrossing the passengers for Hazle- /structure.  rcction of the hydro-electric station / toir wHl -be ferried across the   river, /     Proof that snow   is   disappearing  lear    the   smelter    site,    which    is /and (the    remaining   sixteen    miles j rapidly from   the   hills   is  given   by  through the country near, the head  waters of the Skeena river. Recent  reports from the Skeena country say  that anthracite coal is apparent in  large quantities, and 'Mr.    Evans- i^  "f>"rf>r"*\jj  Meets   every   Monday   "Evemng- >kA;  Millers* Hall.   Visiting brethren cordially invited.  Samuel McLeod, Noble Grand:  Dau Paterson, Fin. Secy. "  A. L. McKinnon, Rec. Secy.  MONTHLYlSTYLE B0Q>K FREE  tanned to develop 3500 horsepower / completed;by stage  ind will operate the smelter machiu-1 >    ��� *-  ery and   the   mine  and  dock equip-/ L^ft for the Coast  inch;  GLOVES  A SPECIAL LINE OF 16 BUTTON,  24  . Double Fingertips.  SILK OPERA LE  $1.50 per pair.  also same length in Silk Lisle, from 75C p��r pr.  GTH  9  KID GLOVES  Our stock of Kid Gloves is complete in-  short and long-.  See our window this week for White Waists,  Dresses and White Wear.  COLLARS AND BELTS  The newest Collars and Belts will be seen on  ^display in the Departments.  (ment. Concrete foundations for the  smelter, converter and machine  shops will be prepared also, and  Mr. Graves announces that the  smelter and mines will be in operation not later than June 1, 1913, unless unforeseen delays occur.  "We have on hand $500,000 to  be expended at Hidden creek before January 1st, 1913, of which  $300,000 will go in the construction  of ore bins and providing underground equipment for extracting  ore, and $200,000 to developing the  mines. 4ty that time we will have  earned euough more at the Granby  smelter to complete the Hidden  creek plant.  "Our   mines  at  Phoenix,   13. C,  are   shipping   to   the   Grand  Forks  smelter   from     110,000  to   125,000  tons  monthly, which the smelter is  handling  easy, due  to  the completion recently of increased slag storage facilities, and because of higher  metal prices  and the  installation at  the  mines   and   smelter  of modern  'labor-saving  machinery,   the   company is netting a greater profit than  ever   before   in its  history.     If present   metal   prices   prevail   we   will  Dr.   W.   H.   and   Mrs.   Dickson  with' their daughter,   left  town   on  Thursday  morning for Vancouver.  In a feWdays  the doctor starts for  Anyox   "to    make    the    necessary  arrangements there for the medical  and surgical  treatment of the employees at the Hidden  creek mines,  the number of whom  will be largely increased this summer.    He expects jto    be   back   in   Phoenix   in  about a month's time.  Boundary Ore Tonnages  Following are the returns of the  output of the Granby mines and  smelters for the week ending June  14th, and the B.C. Copper company  for the week ending June 9th, and  year to date:  Granby 22,835  Mother Lode   6,624  Rawhide   5,531  Jack Pot       396  Napoleon       683  Others       440  SMELTER TONNAGES  Granby 22,945  B. C. Copper Co... 13,312  517,056  254,010  91,073  11,157  961  5,990  598,587  282,876  the staking of claims on   Forty-nine  creek" Summit creek and Porcupine  creek, the following locations having  been recorded:    The  Golden   Eagle  on the west side of Forty-nine creek  by Vernon records; the   Wonder on  Montana gulch,   Summit creek,   by  Angus Curry; the Utica and Texas,  on Porcupine  creek, near   Ymir   by  O. A. Lovell.  The   latest   strike   in  the   Bridge  river mining district, was reported  last week, says the Vancouver Sun,  when   Herb   Taylor   showed  some  samples about town, which he and  Joe   Shuster   discovered  on   Taylor  creek, a tributary of Gun creek, recently.        Mr.   Taylor   reports  that j  they have   a large   quantity  of the  ore which is free milling, the several  tests made from various  places run  about $20 to the ton.  A discovery of ore which promises  to be of more than usual importance  has been made in the Josie mine of  the Le Roi Mining company  at   the  west end of the  500-foot   level, and  the indications are that the output of  the  mine   will   receive   a   stimulus,  not   experienced    for   years.     The  gold has been found just west of the  porphyry  dyke,  500  feet   from  the  surface and is a continuation of the  Dmugrhtera of Rob&kah  PHoonlx Lo&scet No. 17.  Meots in   the   Minors'   Union   Lodge  Hull .First and Third, Wednesdays.  Mrs. Hos&io Bush, Noble Grand.  Mm. Etilo MnrahaU, Secretary.'  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES  Phoenix Aerie No. 168  Meets in Union Hall, Friday Evenings.  Visiting brothers are always welcome.  Quitman Work, W: P.  T. B. Cosgbove, W. Secy.  K. of P. Lodge,  No. 28    Ph^00".,x-  Meets Tuesday Evening at, 7.3<).  Sojourning brothers cordially welcomed.  J. E. Cabtkk, K. of B. H.  M. M. Lai.vg, C. C.  PYTHIAN SISTERS  Mountain Temple Lodge No. 17  Jleots in Pythian Hull, Lower Town  First, nnd Third Thursdays.  Mrs. May Almstrom  M.t.C.  Jti-s. A. D. JMcKenzio  M.R.C.  r  soon   resume  dividend payments in   <-!,<��   r-...,  u . . Lt  .,.,. ��� .        P^ynenis in   the   Granby   company's   sme ter at  the  Granby's Blister Copper    v.. .....  Shipments of blister copper from  celebrated   Annie   vein,  which   was  a   n u..   -  > ������ .Li--   "      �� ������     ������  ������  addition    to  financing'   the   Hidden  creek development.  "The Hidden creek smelter will  be of 2000 tons daily capacity, as  against 3500 tons daily at Grand  Forks, but the metal contents of  the Hidden creek ore is almost  twice as much as the Phoenix ores,  while the cost of production is much  less, consequently the net-earnings  of Hidden creek should be more  than double that of Grand Forks.  Grand Forks for the past week  amounted to 450,000 pounds, bringing the total shipped for the year  up to 9,694,500 pounds.  .���^ ��.   'pay  streak" of the mine for  many years. There is a good area  both above and below the strike,  and it is believed to be a find of unusual value. . There are 110 men  working   at    present    in   the  Josie  BEST  DENTISTRY  1  B. C. Copper Treatment ��� mine and the output of ore has been  The B.C. Columbia company's  smelter treated 13,312 tons of ore  this week, as follows: Mother Lode,  5,540; Rawhide, 6,417; Wellington,  888; Napoleon, 232; Jack Pot, 72;  others, 168  maintained steadily at the same  standard as during the last few  years. During 1912 an average of  1500 tons of ore was shipped to the  smelter and a similar amount to the  concentrator*  ���AT-  Reasonable Prices  For the nest 30 days I will give a  10 Pep Cent Discount  on all work if yon bring this itn-  nounceiuont.  DR. L. S. EASTMAN,  3 and 4. Zeigler Block,  N.E. Corner Riverside and Howard  SPOKANE, WASH.,  MMIHMMB j >
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the unique circumstances surrounding' The- control  and   ownership of
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for the - carriage of mails. All the
officers and a large proportion of
their crews are members • of the
BritislrRoyal Naval.Reserve. -The
vessels are nominally owned by 'a
British company. . But actually all
the shares of that company are held
by an American combination—The
International Mercantile Marine Co.,
commonly known as the 'shipping
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line was owned .by a purely British
company—the Oceanic Steam Navigation company—and was managed
by Messrs. Ismay, Imrie and'Co.,
the shares all being held in this
country,
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- "The subject was freely dealt with
during-1902, when the grave objections to a state,of affairs in which
vessels nominally British were s controlled by a foreign corporation
werevpointed .rout. It,.was also
shown that British law forbade a
British ship ,to be. owned, by a
foreign company." rln „view of this
criticism special Magreemeots "were
concluded between, the Balfour gov-
eminent and the trust,/and1.^)' promise was given by the trustJthat,the
White Star vessels should "bV con
trolled by a committee oPBritish
iiibjects." , v ,fc ;■'
!, '.'Jhus the Titanic was'^a^ British
vessel, owned by a British company,
and shares of which were ownfcd by
an American trust, and 'stie was
managed by a British committee; so
that her' position 'was'-'complic^ed
to the last degree,"    .   '       ;/ .ffj/
G ^olonel S. Hughes^ midl^ter of
militia, recently _ receive^ Si .cable
from the Australian minister of defence, that the cadets of Vancouver,
who will .visit .Australia;1'' will be
given a state welcome by the Com
monwealth.govejrarne^,  r~'<.\ ,   i{jt
' One hundred;, an fifty/ men for
Foley, .Welch and Stewart's construction-work, near Ha&letoiV, Ijeft
Vancouver.a few days ago. i>
Sir William Mackenzie, the Canadian' railroad'magnate,-is making
an examination" of the "construction
work of .lhe\CaiiaUiun'frbrt'hern "in
j Twenty-nine white men and one
Chinaman, the'latter charged with
being.th,e .keeper of the house, were
arrested .by a squad.-of police under
Deputy Chief Mulhern, at Vancouver, last week.     • i
The Marquis and Marchioness of
Dxeter, accompanied by Mr. C. J.
Cowan, of Kamloops, arc now
among the many 'titled old country
people who are financially interested
in this province.
At White's landing, about, forty
miles down the Frascr river, from
Fort Gieqrge, the Duke of Sutherland is having about ten thousand
acres prepared, to receive a number
of colonists ho proposes to biing out
from Scotjjuitl. . . , f        f    ,
, Thirtee.iv thousand acres of fruit
lands at the ,,head of tyicola lake,
in the picturesque Nicola valley,
have been; purchased by a syndicate
of Britishers, • who have formed the
Services' Canadian Land Ltd., upon
which retired British qfficers and
servjee men ,are to. be settled.  .       f
A man named Murray was. recently brought into Quesuol, suffering from severe injuries inflicted on
him <-by a grizzly bear.-- He was
proceeding along the trail, when,
without • the - slightest warning, the
brute charged; badly lacerating his
face and head and tearing out one
eye! • -- •
Engineer Jolliffe,  of Revelstoke,
was almost instantly killed  and-two j
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brakemen were- rnjilred-, when'the
eastbound Canadian' Pacific freight,
No. 94,- -crashed head on into -a
special stock train speeding west'at
a point'between Tappen/ siding and
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The deer in Beacon park in Victoria, tired of the Hmits assigned to
them by the park staff, escaped last
week and played strange pranks
along the waterfront to Foul bay,
where 'they invaded' the gardens,
and irate householders gave chase
■over lawns - and flower beds and
rockeries. Freedom.proved;so allur-
iug that the chase after the swift-
,(o#ted animals proved troublesome,
,and.jtbeir nimble limbs proved too
.,miich,for the pursuers.
3 'Under the clause of the provincial
game laws, which makes it an
offence for anyone to have in his
possession any bird _ that-lives on
noxious insects, W. Benson, a resn-,
dent of Vancouver, was ' recently
fined $25 and costs by Magistrate^
South. The accused had a dozen
or more "Canadian canaries" in his
possession that he.had caught with
birdlime. The birds are properly-
described as western . goldfinches^
have only of recent years started to
visit British Columbia. ■ j-.
■Duncan Ross had a very close
call a few <lays ago;as--he was
driving into Hazlcton from his camp*.,
On top of-the -hill .the wind -was
•blowing almost a cyclone and' tlj|
big half-buriied and1 half-dead-tree$
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rights when he saw a'.big tree com|
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time'anll jumped' to one side-drag^
ging^ the/buggy : and -driver wiih
them. They'escaped the tree sai"ev
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but Mr. Ross successfully met thie
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James ■■G;-Mc-Eeowri kV''"''-'��iri'''*^  BEv  ���"^���'���'���V'Sta^ai^^  ^^-crttdtHWirtti-^i-Mj^  JIU  ������iiili.yn fMfMIIUMttvi  -i*a��Sifi��3#SM^'  TJSEr flG^EER,  .PHOENIX; r BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  ���-.   Housework Drudgery,  Housework is drudgery for the-weak womnn.w She brush- \  es," dusts and scrubs, or- is ori* her feet all day '.'attending*: to  the many, details of. the household, her back aching; her.  temples throbbing,; nerves ' quivering   under; the 'stress of:  pain, possibly V'riissasy feelings. -Sometimes   rest: in bed io  not refreshing' because the poor tired nerves do not'per-.  mlt of refreshing sleep.:')'The;real('riccd of weak^nervous  women is satisfied -by DrI .Pjercc^s Faybr;to Prescription^;  ,  It Makes Weak 'Women Strong     \  This "Pnchcriptton" reniovcotlic cause  of  woiitcn'a  WQ/tJincsses;   honl:i   inflow        ,    '  /nation and tiJcc-t'ittiv/t, irnrt cures those       ; '  vrcnliiicsr.es  so  pvct/Jiai'  to   women.    It  traiicjui/I-s,��,�� t/ie novves.'citcourasiea the  appetite and iiieJuceis restful sleep.   .;  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  ['���  _'���'''. :��' issuE-y wekki;y ^ '   /  at-Phoenix, BitiTiSH. Columbia  'Subscription, 2.00 per year;  ���'2.50 to United States.'^ ���  G^ Kay/ Publisher. '      v    ;  ulous druggist pcrsu-'ido you that.his substitute of unknown  composition is " just as good"iriorder that he may make  a bigger profit.    Jusf smile,nnd shake your head 1  Dr. Pierce's Plchsunt Pcllct.s, cures l.iver ills. .,'  ueen's Hotel  COMPLETELY REFURNISHED AND  REFITTED  ^  .'"���- .1"r'.-- "AOVICltTISING BUAf/K  'A'pitliciition for Mniioi-'liJcoiitto ('today*) ..?5.(jb  Ccrtiflwito of Ii'iju-ovomont iiotico (iMiaity��)$7.O0  Application to Pui-chiiHo Lunri notices (00 day*)  ......:..,...........:, .................. &7./H)  Dollii(iuoiit'Co:o\viiuriioliceK (UU.dayH) i...��10.00  Binall WiUor Nol.icoB (DO (lays)....,.;.....: $7.fl0  Allotlioi- lojfiil mlverLlHiiij,', J2 eontna"line,,  siriglo column, for tho fli-wl iiiHortlon; and '8  cents a lino for each mUMcrjuuiit'lnKbi-tlo'ii, iioii-  piti-oIlmcaKurciuunl. .,....���������  that day when the" Empire's consti^  tuent'democracies; bririgr   these re-  '    ,   -' ���-' '������     ��� ���- i' >���/���.��    . " -.. '-��� ���  serves/into   play   and   realize   the  wider obligations of naval defence.  Saturday,June 15, 1912  We beg to announce the reopening of the Queen's Motel.    This  j-popular hoteh.has'been  completely refitted throughout;  .   everytliing new and up-to-date.     Liirge lofty rooms,  .::- heated' with hot water.    Perfect lire appliances.  "Night and bay Service  Patrons of, this hotel will  find  in  it all  the comforts'of home,  perfect satisfaction is assured all our iruests.     It is  ���'�����.! i'    "the most centrallv located hotel in (own.  CMlSirjpLM   &   HARTMAN,   PROPS.  V ViFIRST STREET AND KNOB HILL AVENUE  Should "come froni healIhy and vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  manner ..SipirateJ Cream insures purity and  quality. The Dairy produces bolh.  THE 'DAIRY      J. |W. Hannam, Prop.  ���-.' j>���/ wj * ~* * i  \,  SPRING  SUITS  For the man   who  wants  the  very best in clothes,  this is the  store.   There are no liner-clothes made. ...1 adored..in the latest *i.pd  ".most ."stylish' models" to suit: the -taste.s'pf business men and young  men.   " Wc're showing unusual Values and we are certainly making-  a hit with those, who know V'lyhatV.wliut. "     This is headquarters;  a brand Wliich'has won large favor'all over Canada.     VV"e*featufe  rthem and take a* good "deal   of pleasure   in  showing  them.     We   :  ^knbw^yOuvean't look; at "'them, without wanting to buy'; and you  "wpn't'find'any^_bettef. clothing'anywhere.. .. Qii'r business  is grow-'  in*' kV'S'r^te'l'hancVeps'.us'lairly on the jump.     Must' be a reason!  I  Gleanljniess 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 "��  accommodate you.     ..' f  PHONli  F 32  ThePhojenix  ��������� W. A. McKay & Sons  ��� ^jf Proprietors  ' The Naval Crisis  The attitude of the people of  the United Kingdom towards nil  Imperial defence scheme is summarized in the following editorial  from a leading Loudon journal:  The   speech    of .-.the'-.Dominion  Minister    of   Finance,'  announcing  that   the people   and ��� Parliament of  Canada are prepared to do their full  share in  the matter qf Imperial defence, is the direct, and inspiring re-  spbnsc   of  the   "eldest son   of- llie  Iimpire"  to.  Mr.  'ChurchiU's  recent  appeal.      Mr. Churchill  has pom led  pi.it   that   the   policy  of  naval   concentration .which   developments   in  Europe have-forced upon us has impaired the   mobility   of our fleet and  weakened   its   power  of   action, iii  distant  waters.      In   these circumstances  he has turned  boldly to the  "strong -*young.    nations" ��� of   the  dominions,    and    has: called    upon  them to  do  their  part.     While the  Mother Country guards.the decisive  centre, will, they "keep the flag fly-  ingon the oceans of the world" and  patrol the: distant seas? , ;  How grave is the  emergency the  debate in the Reichstag on German  foreign policy has shown. Germany,  we   must   now   take   it   for certain,  means to   increase  her   navy  to the  utmost point  of which   her  finances  will permit.     To enable  us to meet  the   vast  force   which   is  now   concentrating in the North sea, we have  been    compelled   to   withdraw    out-  flag  from   distant  waters.      But   we  do not stand 'alone  and his predecessor's appeals  to the  Dominions    have    not   fallen    upon  deaf cars.     Australia  is  building   a  dreadiiaught and providing  an Australian squadron   to police the Pacific.   'New   Zealand   is   contributing  a  dreadiiaught   for   the   same   pur  pose.     Now, as Mr. White's speech  and    a     remarkable   article   in    the  Montreal Star have shown, Canada  is coming into line with them.     The  action  of the   Dominions,   provided  it is   taken   in  time,   can   and   will  turn the scale.     They have immense  resources.       Canada,   for   example,  is dowered   by nature with a wealth  Is an Election Probable?  A   Dominion election,   some time  next year, now seems  more than a  hazy probability.    The forthcoming  visit to London of the Federal cabinet ministers  is fraught with great  ���irnporta-iice to the people of Canada,  and no   secret   appears  to be made  of the  object of that visit.     Wc are  all aware   of it.    They   are   to   lay  before   the 'Imperial, authorities,   a  new, and let us hope, a  more satisfactory   and   generous   ischeme    of  naval co-operation  with  the British  Admiraity than  the weakly  child of  misfortune bequeathed to us by the  late Laurier administration.     In the  event of an agreement being arrived  at that   in any   material way  alters  the present order of. things, the fact  seems  certain that an appeal to the  country on  the  question  will  most  certainly have   to  be   taken,  unless  the unexpected takes place, and the  loyal Opposition fall in line with the  Government proposals.      The'latter,  possibility   is, . however,   a   remote  one,   in view, of  the   frequent back  door  visits   of  Sir  Wilfred   to   the  Senate.     There  can be   little doubtv  though, of  the   result   of such    an  appeal.      Since   the    return   of   the  present   government,   an   educative  wave   lias swept   the   country from  the Maritime Provinces to the Paci-  .fic,   compelling   the  humblest of lis  to    admit   that    Canada's    present  share in   Empire   defence is   not at  .-ill   commensurate   With   her   proud  position among the daughter nations  of over- burdened   and    sorely-tried  Albion. ' .  :'i  r  Great  Round-Trip Excursion  RATES TO THE EAST  A few samples���Other  reductions  to  many  Eastern  and  Middle  West Points in Canada and United States.  WINNIPEG    - $ 60.00  MONTREAL- 105.00  QUEBEC        - 105.00  HALIFAX      - 127.2o  TORONTO    - 91.5o  DENVER    -  ST. PAUL -  ST. LOUIS  CHICAGO  NEW YORK  S 55.00  60.OO  - 7o.6o  72.5o  1 o8.5o  Tickets are first-class, on sale May 2nd, and continuing on  different dates in May, June, July, Aug. and Sept. Final return  limit Oct. 31st. Liberal stopovers allowed. Option of returning  through California at slightly higher rate. For full particulars  call or address W.X. PERKINS, Agent.  D. J. MATHESON   Insurance Agent  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE GLASS,  COM M I S S ION E R FOR- TAKING  AFFIDAVITS  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX,   B.C.  The Flag- of The Dominion  There having been some contra;  ver'sy of late at Ottawa as to what  is the actual flag of Canada. The  matter has been definitely settled by  the following despatch received  from the Secretary of Slate for the  Colonies by the Duke of Connaught:  "I-have the honor to submit to  your Royal Highness a copy of >a  letter in regard to the flag which  bhould be   used   by   private  persons  MrTchurchi-ii's 1 who are BriVish sub3ecls-  "1   should   be glad  if  you would  be good enough to cause  the public  to be informed  that the   Union flag  is the national flag of Canada, as of  all   other   parts . of    His    Majesty's  dominions,   and '..may.   be' flown   on  land by all British subjects, and that  the red ensign with   the arms of.the.  Dominion of- Canada in the fly is in  tended to be used  only by Canadian;  merchant vessels.  "I have the honor  to bexsir, your  most  obedient   and humble servant,  (Signed)    L. Harcqukt. "  TOILET SOAPS    PATENT MEDICINES  ���:,".     ORDERS TAKEN FOR ANYTHING IN THIS LINeV V.  Incompliance  with  the  suggestions' of our  customers   we  have  now put in a most  complete  line   of Patent  Medicines, including :  the most up-to-date remedies, as well asthe old and tried standard';  compounds.  v; '    , ' .  New Stock of Kodak Films and Supplies  NEW STOCK OF AA WALL PAPERS  WHITEWARE CHINA-New Patterns  Kodaks-'-We-will show you  the easy way to take and  make Pictures with a Kodak.  ALi  AImSVIw I  KURfl      papers, Magazines  J  D. L.  SOLE AGENT FOR PRINCETON GOAL  Dealer in Lumber, Shin^"leSj Lath  and Cedar Poles. Stuli Lag-g-an.  Ffrst-Ciass Fir & Tamarac Wood.  MOVING MACHINERY OUR SPECIALTY  If Tired of Wood, try Princeton Coat  Which staggers   the  imagination   of  otel  NEAREST HOTEL Tp FAMOUS GRANBY MINES  FIRST-CLASS ACCOMitaODATION FOR  MINERS  Bar Stocked with the Finest Line of Wines, Liquors, Cigars  A; G. JOHNSON     -    -     Proprietor   _Vi���l<iiiiiiiiiiii��iiiwiM��ii����iiinrrTTTr^-~~~~~*~-~~-"~*''*'**''^^  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 your  o-irl to a dish oi' Hazelwood Ice Cream.  Fresh supplies daily. The aroma of our  Havanna   cigars   will   win   you   a   home.  KNOB HILL AVENUE  mjwtjLj^yuyy^^'Iram^jpErt?!^!  man; and, beyond all question, she  will "fulfill Mr. While's splendid  forecast. "In numbers, wealth,  power and influence," she is destined to be hereafter "the very  heart of the empire." If she will  come to the aid of "the weary  Titan," if she will relieve the British  fleet of the Atlantic patrol and create  from her growing revenues a Canadian navy, able to play a serious  part if ever the Empire is attacked,  the crisis will be surmounted.  There are immense reserves of  strength in the daughter stales of  England, and the strongest guarantee of peace will be   established   on  FAMOUS DQOTGf S  , liillll.il  Anti-Reciprocity League    ,  The anti-reciprocity league of  Canada was revived a few days  ago at Montreal. Among those  present from outside points were  VV. J. George and G. T. Somers,  of Toronto. The resumption of the  league is intended as a reply to the  speech of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, in  which he expressed his continued  belief in the reciprocity policy. The  league is to continue in existence  "independent of any political bias,"  and its aims wiil be "The maintenance of Canada's fiscal independence  and British connection."  Within ten days, says the Sun,  the long No. 2 tunnel at the Yankee Girl, at Y'mir, is expected to  reach the oreshoot, and the properly  will then start shipments immediately. The No. 2 tunnel is being  driven to open up the ore shoot  from which in the No. 7 workings  $160,000 worth of ore was shipped.  The "ore gave average smelter returns of $21.25 per ton, and the  operators of the property believe  that the values will .l;o to depth,  and that the ore shoot will be considerably wider in the No. 2 level  than in No. 1. The No. 2 tunnel  is from I GOO to IS00 feet in length  and a number three of the same  length is also been driven and will  probably be completed soon after  ore is struck in the second.  James, the murderer of Constable  Aslon, is to hang on the (.Hh of  August.  Spring Rugs and Carpets  Coupled with price reductions throughout our immense  stock that will makethis week the most opportune time  of the season for the purchase of the new spring rug or  carpet. All the best products of ihc 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 wil! be allowed  on a!5 House Furnishings for aE5 June  Wedding purchasers.  C. F��� Edwards The Furniture Dealer  timrttiwtrv* nr^---'*-^,��n"**rT",,^'--ff'^^ a  eT^,mii^m,��'*^vtf/��u*<fu*MmmM\rmTirPW.  ���iwi 11 ���Trr-^MTnTrnrr-TTTTTi-r f "  1  BggSSBBSSSSSS  HMW.MUM Hy.rff4"VJUIJ"1Mt'  \\V arc- now displaying a c-hnir.- liiu-  ul" lirsl   quality and sweet  !i(ii)ds.    A trial solicited.  SUGAR CURED HAMS, 25c. per lb.  BREAKFAST BACON, 27c. lb.  PURE LEAF LARD, 51b. PAIL, $1.00.  FRESH  FARM EGGS, 35c. per doz.; 3 DOZEN FOR JM.OO.  FRESH CHURNED CREAMERY BUTTER, 40c. per lb.  Wholesale and Retail Butchers and Produce Merchants  PHOENIX, B.C.        PHONE 2  ���SBaasoma-tauw  MKMUt��StiP(IDVWME8BSS  |y.ywtilllnlllllB �����  '."f!  ���r��  ���?A,*I THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,  BBITiaH   COLUMBIA.  aaiMiiil, .tuiwumumau mvm  ! I  CHRISTINA  Is Open  for  the Season  MAGNIFICENT DANCING PAVILION  Perfect Floor. ORCHESTRA BY CI-IAS. K. KING (A. F. Mus.)  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.  Roomy and Well-Furnished Tents on the Grounds.  Best of Accommodation in New Large Hotel.  Modern Equipped Diningroom.  You can live as cheap here as at home.  Conveniently reached from Fife, Cascade or Laurier.  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 date.? and terms.  Local and General  A  MM  OLE JOHNSON, Prop.  CHRISTINA LAKE, British Columbia  f"      ,���'-"'   i"  * ' tj  Jr. ���. i��A v*  -if''  W^'Xii '*?*'  Wr  The Deane Hotel  Only Miners Home in the Boundary  Newly  Furnished  -from  Garret  to  Cellar  To invite a person to board at your hotel is tantamount to an  offer to take charge of his happiness and "comfort as long as h<>  is beneath its roof. We offer to do this, and all who accept  our invitation can rest assured that no effort will he spared on  ma- part to faithfully carry out our share of the contract. Our  guests will And a home-like feeling, best of food and skilled  cooking, with a quick and pleasant service."  ."^H^MtNERS' HOME" ���KESE  ^���f%^l,���'���*I(V,  HAND-PAINTED CHINA  '^^^m'^^m^^mBat^,lmt,^,^im,',Mt*lll*M^'*******'**l****t**MMMMMMMimMMMWWMtClmMMMMMtMMMWMMMWMMMMMMM  We have a very vice .selection to choose from!  NOTHING NICER FOR WEDDING PRESENTS.  SMALL PLATES, Sl.OO, $2.25 and $3.00  LARGE PLAQUES - - $2.75 to $5.00  BON  BON  DISHES  (nicely  painted)   $1.50   up  I  Jos. Roy loft for Spokane an Friday  morning.  Strawberries���Two boxes for 25c. at  the Big Store.  W. Taylor is visiting in Spokane for  a few days.  Strawberries���Two boxes for 25c. at  the Big Store.  Sam Matthews was a visitor to the  Kettle valley this weok.  Strawberries���Two boxes for 25c. at  tho Big Store.  Mi'H. Geo. McAuliffu arrived in town  .on Thursday from their ranch at Kam-  loops.  Mrs. R. Fuller and family left town  on Friday to join Mr. Fuller, -who is  now settled in Vancouver.  Jos. Strutzo], accountant iu the local  office of tho Granby company, went to  Spokane on Friday morning.  Little Margaret Jarrett left on Tuesday's train to spend part of the holidays in Spokane and Wardner.  Mrs. S. It. Oaso and son were among  the passengers on Tuesday's Great  Northern, bound for Portland, Oregon.  Mrs. Win. Hughes and children Wfc  town this week for Spokane, where  they have taken up their permanent  residence.  Presbyterian service will be held on  Sunday evening, at 7.30 p,m. in the  K.P. Hall. A cordial welcome. Rev.  J. JR. Munro.  Mrs. Ed. Black, who has been the.  guest of Miss Jane McKcnzie, at the  ranch at Richter's pass, returned home  on Tuesday evening.  Miss K. Mackenzie, daughter of D.  W. Mackenzie, was this week appointed to the nursing staff of the  Phoenix general hospital.  W. S. Macy was in town for a few  days this week on business connected  with the. Macy Hotel compauy. He  returned to Spokane on Friday.  Miss Campbell of Grand Forks,  formerly clerk in the local postoffice,  was* a visitor to the town last week,,  returning on Monday to the valley,  Miss Jessie Mackenzie, of the teaching stuff of the Nelson public schools,  arrived in town for a short visit on  Monday, returuing to Nelson on Wednesday.  Methodist Church ��� Sunday school  and Bible class, 2.30 p.m.; evening service, l.iiO p.m. Prayer meeting, Thursday evening,. 7.15 p.m. J. J. Nixon,  pastor.  Harry Matthews, formerly a resi-  den of Phoenix for some yeurs, arrived in town on Monday, from Medicine  Hat, Alberta. He left on Friday on  tho return trip.  Mrs. McCready, who has been the  guest of her daughter, Mrs. N.  Sweelser, for the last few weeks, left  for her home in Tacoma, Wash., on  J Monday morning.  Next Sunday week, June 23, being I  pavilion during the present' season, a  fact which speaks volumes for the  quality of music to be heard at "beau,  tiful Christina."  Mrs. Roy No. 1 and Madame No. 2  left this week for Salt Lake, Utah.  For itenfc-^Two-roomed cabin; furnished.   Apply Pioneer office.  Mrs. A. D. McKemrie, who has been  a patient in tho local hospital for some  days, is now progressing towards recovery. .,,���'.���������  On ' account of the unfavorable  weather, the pic-nic promised the  children of St. John's church, by the  rectoiyhas been postponed.  To Phoenix Real Estate Suckers.-r  For sale, three flue lots on the moon;  pleasantly situated, overlooking large  extinct crater. Watch for our snaps  on Mars sub-divisions. Apply Pioneer  office.        .."..,.    ..-...,.  The clerical staff of the Chicago  Tribune appear to bo somewhat mixed  in their geography. A letter reached  the Pioneer recently from that quarter, addressed: "Managing Editor,  Phoenix, Saskatoon, Canada." This  is on a par with the one addressed to  Al. Almstrom from New York, and  which, after visiting Arizona and the  Phillipine Islands, arrived safely in  Phoenix marked "Try British Columbia, Canada." , '  An effort is being made by resident  son's o' Aiild Scotia to organize a  lodge in town of the Order of Scottish  Clans. The order is a fraternal, benevolent and social organization; absolutely non-political and non-sectarian. Since June 30th, 1905, the order has paid to widows and orphans  of deceased members the sum of upwards of $1,000,000, while an additional $400,000 was paid by local clans in  sick and funeral benefits.  Fridolph Werner, the popular and  highly successful teacher of music, is  preparing for an extended holiday  trip to the United States; before going  however, he intends giving a recital in  Phoenix, at which a number of his  pupils will, appear. Since his arrival  in the Boundary, some three years  ago, Mr. Werner has met with phenomenal success both as a teacher of  the violin as well as-the piano, his  classes in Phoenix and Grand Forks  having increased very largely of late,  besides being numbered among the  most progressive in B.C.  B.C.���A Rich Hunting Ground  The Hope mountains have long-  been known to the few big game  hunters of the province, but they  have not attracted the attention of  Jth'e sportsmen from other ,lands for  the singular . reason that the latter  find it impossible to believe that  such sport can be had at a distance  of a mile or two from the line of a  transcontinental railroad, and having travelled thousands of miles to  hunt   grizzly   and   mountain   goat  Here you will find  Smart Suits, and  if your desire is to  look well dressed  visit our Clothing  Department.  hit  Suits ready-for-service,  or made-to-your-measure  We can please you well  in either.  We've rather spread our-  selves this seasori*on  "Snappy" Clothes  and we want every fellow  hereabouts to see our  showing of  Style-Craft  TAILORED CLOTHES  Hotel Brooklyn  The Only First-Class and Up-To-Date  Hotel in Phoenix. New, from cellar  to roof. Best Sample. Rooms, in the  Boundary, Opposite Great Northern  Depot.      v   v      Modern Bathrooms. ^  STEAM HEATED.  James Marshall, Prop.  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix, B.C.  E. A. BLACK   -   The Jeweler  '      ''TITANIC."  Wreck of the Titanic, largest, best  written, best illustrated, and moat attractive book ,ever offered the public  for $1.00. Agents wanted; biggest  commission ever; freight prepaid; outfit free. Send 10c, cost of mailing.  Rush today to Maritime Publishing  Co., Box 94, St. John, N.B.  RECO STEAM LAUNDRY  Don't worry about soiled gowns or  "fineries"���just'send them to the  Reco Steam -Laundry. We'll return them to you so perfectly  cleaned that,, to all intents and  purposes, they'll be really ''new."  Phone 50.   Dominion Ave.  Mineral Act.  Foi-mF  CERTIFICATE OF IMFR0VKMKKT8.  XOT1 C K.  ".Ulier-t.in ' "Mineral Claim, situate in 0*ie  (iraiirt FcnksMininfrDivision of Yalo district.  WIicic ioc.ite<l:���Franklin Camj).  TAKE NOTJCK that I, Donald J. MaUic-soti,  .-igcnt for William J. Prcndcrgasti Free "MSnci-V  Ortiil.-.iu- No. 3ffim, and Jolui S. Boyce,- Free  "Miner's Certificate No. 35859B, and. Chrin. M.  Kcevt".. Free "Miner s Certificate No RoGi.'e, in-  : end (JO a u j n from the date hoi-oof, to n.p|>ly to tlie  Mining Kruji-tlcr torn Certificate of Improvements, for tho pnrporte of obtaining- 'a Crown  OranL of the ;ibo\ e cloini.  And further take notice tliat'notion, nuclei-  section 37, imi&t be-"commenced before, the issuance of Mich Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this tilth tiny of April. A.I); itll&  D.".J. MATHESON,. Agent.  Warning to Phoenix Investors  Phoenix has always been a happy  hunting- ground for the vendors of  Alberta real estate, and the recollection of some deals negotiated in  Phoenix have not the pleasantest of  memories to some of us. In fact  we have residents living amongst  us now, who, although they have  completed all payments, are still  waiting patiently for their title deeds  to Calgary town lots.  As a precaution in future, it will'be  a wise thing for the prospective  purchaser of town lots in Alberta,  and especially in Calgary, to inquire  a little more thoroughly into the  authenticity of the agent's credentials. There are some in the Boundary, at present who can do with  watching".  Additional Locals  .Airs. Jus. "Marshall was a representative from the Phoenix 1�� dge, Daughters of Rcbekah, at fhr annual meeting 'of the Grand Lor'gc at "Victoria,  this week.  Geo. Potter, who ��� recently 'left for  Laiigley, near Westminster, to inspect  a live-acre land purchase he negotiated  with Win. Pickard, writes that he is  more than satisfied with the transaction. He says there is a quantity of  cedar on the place, and owing to the  early erection of a mill there he anticipate a profitable sale"-for that, product.  memorial day for the local lodge of j they prefer   going   several   hundred  miles farther into the wilderness. .  But the trappers and prospectors,  whose business is in the mountains,'  know that Hope, Ogilvy and the  Eureka mountains are still the home  of bears, goats and deer in abundance. Further south, In the Skagit river valley, the deer have  suffered seriously from the depredations of .Indians from the Nicola  valley, but it is hoped, by the appointment of a sufficient number of  game wardens, to check their activities and preserve the game.  Black and grizzly bears are still  very numerous. They are met on  the trails. During the rush to  Steamboat mountain a year ago,  there were few of the gold seekers  wlio did not report seeing bear  tracks and many caught sight of  the animals themselves. The vicinity of the Lake Honse, near the 14-  mile post, which is at the summit of  the divide between Coquahalla and  the Skagit, the highest point ou the  first half of the Similkameen trail,  bears have always been numerous  and are still.  Hope mountain, which rises over  5000 feet above the river, the ascent  beginning almost at the southern  limits of the town, is still the haunt  of the mountain goat, although  these animals are reported as rarely seen now in other inhabited parts  of the province.  Ogilvy mountain, east of the  Coquahalla and across the Kaw-  kawa lakes, is far less frequently  visited than Hope mountains, and  its northeastern slopes are almost  unknown, Deer, bear and goats  have all been hunted there successfully.  To the west rise Holy Cross  mountain and the Eureka peaks.  They are higher than Hope or  Ogilvy and afford shelter for goats  with almost absolute security.  Ivnights of Pythias, the members of  that order will attend Divine service  in St. John's church.  Messrs. Haas and Deichert, recent  arrivals from Oranbrook, East Koot-  enay, have taken over the interests of  Claude McAstocker and B. Cosgrove  in the billiard parlors.  John Mackenzie, who for some considerable time has been employed at  the Grauby's Hidden creek mine, came  in on Monday for the purpose of being  present at his sister's wedding.  A telegram from A. S. Hood, police  magistrate of Phoenix, who is visiting  on "the coast, states that he will be at  his office in' the Bank: block, on and  after Monday evening, June 17th.  Mrs. Wm. Oxley left town on Wednesday .morning for New York on a  visit to her brother. After a month's  stay in the latter city she leaves for  her home in England.  Rev. Laurence Lee, rector of St.  John's church, has invited the  Women's Auxiliary and children of  the church Sunday school to a drive  and pic-nic, to take place today, Saturday.  The Services on Sunday in St. John's  Church are: Holy Communion at 7.80  a.m., Morning Prayer at 10.30, Holy  Communion ut 11 a.m., Sunday School  at 3, Evening Prayer at 7.30. Rev. L.  B. Lee,'Rector.  The stated services in the Catholic  church are as follows: First und 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 Choiuel, pastor.  Latest addition to Alnistrom's stock:  A fresh line of toilet soaps and patent  medicines, ..orders taken for anything  in this line. A new stock of kodak  films and supplies. Call and inspect  our wall paper; the new designs are  both decorative .and lasting. New  pattern whiteware china. The store  with'i-eusouable prices. All the latest  magazines and newswaptus.  Chas. King, who recently returned  to the Boundary [after an absence of  nearly three years, was in town during  the week, renewing old acquaintances,  In addition to being publicity agent  for the famous Christina Lake hotel,  he  will supervise the   music  at the  ROYAL  BILLIARD  PARLORS  Beautiful Selection of Pipes, Cigars  .���'������,. Tobaccos.All the most popular  blends of. Cigarettes, etc. j  Cosgrove & McAstocker, Props,  Mineral Act.  ��� Form -F .-. ���  Certificate ok Improvements.  NOTICE  "Kganville" Mineral Claim, eltuato in the  Grand Forks Mining Division of Yale district.  Where located:���Franklin Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Donald .T. Mathcson,  agent for William J. Prendcrgast, Free Minor's  Certificate," No. 35867B, and John S. Boyco,  Free Minor's Certificate No. 35850, and Chris.  H. Reeves. Free Miner's Certificate Ko.B30732.  intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of tho abovo claim.  And furthor take notice that action, under  section 37. must be commenced beforo the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 19th day of April, A.D. 1912.  D. J. MATHKSON, Agent.  EN   ONLY  In the Supreme Court of British  Columbia.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that  ou the 23rd day of May, 1912, an order  was made hy his Honor .fudge Brown,  appointing A. O-. Sutton administrator  of all and singular the estate and effects of Steve Aliment, formerly of  Phoenix, B.C.. decased.  Every person indebted to said deceased is required to . make payment  forthwith to the undersigned, and  every creditor or other person having  auy claim upon or interest in the distribution of the estate of the said deceased is required, on or before the  10th day of July. 1012, to send by registered letter, adtlressed to the undersigned, his name-.and address and  further particulars of his claim, and a  statement of his account and the  nature of his security, if any, held by  him, verified by statutory declaration.  After said 10th day of July the undersigned will proceed with the distribution of the estate, having regard to  those claims only of which he shall  then have had notice.  Dated at Grand Forks, B.C., tho 30th  day of Mav, 1012.  A. C. SUTTON,  Official-Administrator,  Grand Forks, B.C.  If you come to  me for treatment  e x p ect.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  case,andin every,  instance I treat  by my own original advanced  and scientific  methods.  MY FEE8 ARE FAIR, AND MY  CURES ARE PERMANENT  Spermatorrhoea, Organic. Weakness, Lost Vigor, Varicocele, Hydrocele, . Contracted Disorders.  Specific Blood Poison, Piles and  Strictures���restoring all affected  organs to normal and healthy action  in shortest possible space of*time.  VISIT  DR. KELLY'S  GREAT MUSEUM  See all tho forms of DiKense* of Men.  Consultation and instrucMvo booklet free  at office or by mail.  210 HOWARD STREET  SPOKANE        -       - WASH-1  CITY OF PHOENIX  NOTICE ISHKREBY GIVEN that  the .first sitting of tie Annual Court  of Revision for the Municipality of the  City of Phoenix, will be hdd at tin-  City Hall, on Monday, the :5rd day ��>f  June, 1912, at 2 p.m., for the purpose  of hearing and determining complaints  against the assessment roll as made by  the Assessor for the year 1012.  H. Hakti.ky, Am.srx.soi-.  Dated at Phoenix, B.C.,  April l&th, 1912.  *- J- .3 ��� *��� t.'.  >    ,  cwT'  ~.r  I  <  i��  I. ���  > >���  I'.  * -If )-*���  "�����  1   .CjJS  1 "V  "j't/i  4 0n  WW  t:M  * '^m  "����*!  rang,  A&*>>?3'^^

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