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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jun 8, 1912

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 *������*��***���'��,��������������*���'*'*�����������*-,*-,  ���ui mnimiMWPH  1"%"'  P  l  I  "rw*^��,^*^**^W^^*rj'*��fl^^  ���^���*'^J/-WfcV>��*TW-^��fT^rTr,W'*  (i-w^^jrtjjjj^WWlW*^  �����tfiattrW-^;W^  ���The latest copper mines in  the Dominion are situated  at Phoenix. The Granby  Co. employs 500 men, nnd  has a monthly pay roll of  over $50,000, while the Rawhide pay roll is $18,000.  tBmmmg[0m  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District  THIRTEENTH YEAR  VALUABLE STRIKE  ON DUNCAN GROUP  PHOENIX,  B.C., SATURDAY, JUNE 8, ~19I2  Queen's Hotel Renovated  The Queen's hotel, which recently  passed, into the management of  TW r?    i.   >, ��.,"���. , ������   v'.'       Me��srs-    Hartman   and   Cliisholm,  Two Feetof, Silver-Lead Ore-   will   be  thrown   open   for   general  occupancy on Monday; the hotel  having been completely re-furnished,  re-decorated, and in some respects  remodelled, from top to bottom.    In  90 Ounces of Silver to Ton-  Ontario People Interested.  j    B.C. Mining-  Monumental Failure  R.   S.    Doig,    of   Cook-avenue, ,  says the  Rossland Miner,  has been        BEAUTIFUL CHRISTINA  awarded the  contract  for  dismant-' vuniuillfil  ��� 1 ,,/ 1  NORSE FESTIVAL AT  The unexpected,-but nevertheless  welcome   news received  this  week  by the shareholders  of the Phoenix  Mining, Smelting and  Development  company, will do  much to enhance  the value of that company's shares.  The news is to the effect that while  crosscutting,   the contractors   were  fortunate enough to encounter two  feet of splendid ore, assays of which  .show   an  fact,-in the matter of furnishing, the  treated at the Trail smelter.,  pardonable boast of the proprietors  Development woik is progressing  favorably  on   the    Bi-Metallic  andi.-        t.    ..  Lost Cabin  properties,  near Ymir.   T^re arc ^^r���^, *'Tra"'   Elabora^ Program of Sports-  The Sullivan mine, at Kimberley,   ti    sir ctt re   be T ^ ''"  *'   me  str^'ctiire,  besides  considerable  still  continues  to   take  out   about  158 tons of ore daily, all of which is  has been considerably enlarged and  the fine large dining room, painted,  average return bf ninety I rc"fitl,id and , decorated in" a most  ounces of silver to ahe too,, besides .p,e-aS-fi'l"ai,ner- .Tha. hotel," which  other values", not -at'-pVeienVd'eter- ,IS ��"e *��f '\He' larffeit% in the town,  mined, fhe'&trike was'qmte a sur- c?"bli,,'s a.6'0"1 38 bedrooms, while  prise, although it was well known th.e conve"5e"ce*. ^>ch as baths,  that surface indications pointed' toK��''et"S' ct>c;��*aro conveniently situa-  the possible existence of ore other 'tcd'and comple^iy refitted.  -���������--- In the   basement   there  is a large  ������dry," with bathroom attached, and  that all the bedroom .furnishings  are cjuile new lias abundant foundation   in   fact,   even     the   bedcovers  laying ���clainr to that; proud distinc-lcorder for  the Quesnef and Cariboo  tion.     The kitchen accommodation   mininff division,  in  place  of David  F���"k, jslip,, formerly  of the pro-   was   sent   to  vincial police office  at Victoria, and' at Phoenix, an  machinery.      The   building  of  the  plant cost $250,000.  Considerable   of   the   machinery  Big Contingent from Nelson  and. Rossland.  ���    ��� ,      ,.        ��� . ,, the   Snowshoe   mine,  vincial police office  at Victoria, and   at Phoenix, and   the  No    7  mine a  recently transferred to Quesnci, has | few   rniles   from  Phoenix,    and   to  been   appointed   deputy mining  re-  other-i-places  by    the   Consolidated  company.    All   of  the   nails, bolts,  ���    .    . timber  and   boards  will   be .trans-  H. Anderson. _ ported to the smelter and  piled up  Ihe Columbia Coal and Coke Co.   for future   use.    The   timber   culls,  at Coalmont are pushing on without   "�� use for any other purpose, are to  cessation, the large .tunnel which  will be used to operate the mine  when they are producing.      The ex  be sawed up into cordwood.  The machinery left in the concentrator,   which   consists    of   Chilian  poss  than the main lead sought for.   The  force have only  been   at work for a  few days,,and other ..interesting developments are confidently.expected  in the near future.      A considerable  quantity   of  the   stock    is  held   hy  London, Out., people, to whom the  news   will    he   especially" pleasing,  and who are,deserving of spine such  luck, owing  to the dogged manner  in which they have  upheld the venter-re. '     '" ' �����" '  t<'  Dividends for 1911���$300,000  The. famous . Nickel  Plate   mine,  operated by   the Hedley   Gold Mining company, made profits of $318,-  152, and paid $300,000 in dividends  during   1911, according* to  a statement just   issued.    The   report   reflects a very satisfactory year's run,  during which period  57,815  tons of  ore ���are milled-     The receipts were  $679,*310; expenses, $37e,'81����7profit<r  from operation, $308,802; total profits,'^ IS, 152; dividends,   $300,000;  surplus, $18,152.  See Fred Byers, as Happy Jack,  the funny tramp in "The Girl and  Tramp,"opera, house, Tues. June II.  a   continuous   supply   of  hot water  continuously on hand. All the rooms  are heated with'hot water radiators,  a very  effective   apparatus  for that  purpose  being installed in the basement.   Quite a number of the rooms  .possess   the- advantage'   of  having  the single cot sleeping accommodation,   in   itself a   decided   improvement.     The  hotel" will be open day  and night, and to accommodate that  class who  desire a lightning served  repast,   the  proprietors, have   fitted  up a comfortable lunch counter.     A  very important item worth mentioning   is    the   excellent    fire-fighting  arrangements,     the    hydrants   and  hose   being   in   place   on   both   the  upper and lower floors.     The annex  over the   saloon   and   billiard room,  has been   fitted   with  the  patent asbestos   wall   covering,   which    with  tWmwtal-cjtscd 'corridors-aod- staircase; appear, to   render, that part of  the hotel almost wholly fireproof.  Thc opening ' of. - the hotel will  afford a vast convenience for the  people of Phoenix, while transient  guests will find within "its walls all  the advantages of a modern first-  class hostelry.  cellence and quality of this coal for '"ills,, shafting, etc., is to be taken  various purposes has long been as-1 aPart a"d stored in a building near  certaincd, and as a coking coal it tbe concentrator. Nearly all of it  will be in great demand for smelting ca" be utilized by the company-  purposes. ��� -y--        I     About ten years ago the   concen-  Woik is to cotnmence shortly on'tra':orwas erected by the Rossland  the Aurora and Society Girl mine: /6'w^. Co//'under the direction of  at Moyie.     A  small'force  of  men  The     preparations   which    com-  mehced in earnest a ! short time ago  by the Scandinavian Aid and Fellowship Society for a re-union  pic-iiic,  at   Christina  lake,   are   proceeding  apace,   and all... the lodges, even as  far afield  as  Nelson  have  signified  their intention  of taking part in the  event.      The date of the celebration  is   officially  fixed   for   the 24th    of  June and,   as  is natural   whenever  the genial people of the North countries  congregate,    the  proceedings  will be marked  by the introduction   *s Splendid for Family Use  of old customs associated with their!  homeland.     Although the gathering  That is the kind we have  for YOU  is under the auspices  of the above  A LIGHT  PALE BEER  is employed at the St. Eugene mine.  Development   work is slow   in   the  copper  district   of the  St.    Mary's  river, but what is being done shows  to a   certainty that  there   are large  copper deposits in that district.     In  the copper   district,   near  Elko, important developments and improvements are being   planned, which are  expected to   insure   a large production of the   red   metal   in  the  near  future.���Cranbrook Prospector.  ,  According to  the Portland Canal  Miner,   the   Red  Cliff Mining   company has  secured  an option   on the  controlling interest   in   the  stock of  the Tyec Copper  company,   owners  .5Lith"Lsmelter  aL   Ladysmith, Van  couverVtStab'd*: '   One* of   tlie" most  valuable  Edmund B. Kirby, who at that  time and for several years previous  was in charge of the War Eagle  and Centre Star and other properties controlled by the Gooderham  and Blackstock syndicate. The concentrator was erected for the purpose of concentrating the .low-  grade]; ores of the War Eagle and  Centre Star mines. "When the machinery was started, however, it  proved to be ineffective, and after a  few shbrt.runs it was shut'down. It  was called a "white elephant."  Shortly after the concentrator fiasco, Mr. Kirby resigned and has  been seen no more in this part of  the world.  The   concentrator   has    remained  benevolent society, the promoters  wish it to be known that a cordial  invitation is extended to one and all  to join with them in making their  Norse festival one to be pleasantly  remembered, by the participants.  Elaborate preparations have been  completed for catering to the gas-1  tronomic wants of ,the expected  multitude, and in addition to the  service at^ohnsbn's hotel, a couple  of large refreshment booths are to  be erected with a competent staff of  attendants in charge.; The number  of rpwboats on the lake have also  been greatly increased and a five-  piece orchestra, conducted by Prof.  F. Werner, has been engaged to  furnish music for the afternoon and  evening dancing in the pavilion. A  fine program of sports has been out-  1 lined for the   celebration,   including  Are You Run Down in Health ?  Order a Case or two, and  see how rapidly you will  improve.  'PHO'NE  23  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  LIMITED  I  st}  KingEdwardLodge  No. 36, A.F. and A.M.  Regular communication at 8  co p.m.   Second Thursday ot  each month,  bmereent meetings as called; Masonic  ilall, McHale Block.  T  rn t. w- J- Pbendergast  J-  P. Bt^AVTHORN, ^VV M  Secy. , /  .,> I  The la.^Ug of war for  the B- C- CUP> run-  W E     ARE  AGENTS  FQR    THE  -assets_'of th& ��� Tyee company consists of a. perpetual coke  contract at a stated price. Since  this contract was entered into, the  price of coke has advanced considerably. It is said that the investment will represent a sum in the  neifrhborJjood of half .-1 million  dollars.  ;��  idle..amd���useless, ever   since.       ine 1    ..   ���  ���r> *-"-  lonly thing:  that  could��� be done,was Wnff. -jumping,'' -:bby^s ' sack"race,  to take out   some of   the, machinery \*;0'w"-��g and swimming.races,,:and of  and   send   it   to   where   it   could be   couVse   'the    time-honored  used.     Now it  is lo   be   torn down,  and thus   will disappear   one  of the  most expensive monuments of foolish and   irrational   expenditure   that  _ 0URNM,  mPMtmm n  SUMMER  GLOVES  A SPECIAL LINE OF 16 BUTTON,  24 inch;  Double Fingertips.  SILK OPERA LENGTH,  $1.50peryd.  also same length in Silk Lisle, from 75c. per yd  Boon to Fife Settlers  Commendable   progress   is   being  made on the new provincial govern  meiit road which   is   to   connect thc  Swedish settlement   and Fife, a distance   of   about   six    miles.       Jos  Darragh, who   is   in   charge, states  that the  highest  grade   is eight per  cent, and only   for a  short distance  at that.      Already three miles of the  roadway has been  finished and over  a ton   of dynamite used  up   to the  present.      The   completion    of   the  road will  prove  an  estimable  boon  to   the settlers    in    that   neighborhood, who   at  present   have   to depend on the packhorse for the conveyance   of  supplies.      It   is    now  thought  that the   new   road  can be  connected    at   little    expense    with  the wagon trail  to   Rossland, and if  the surmise proves correct there can  be small doubt but that the government   will    seriously    consider   the  advisability of constructing it.  couVse " the time-honored greasy  pole competition will provide amuse  ment for half-an-hour. There will  also be a may-pole for the children. An attractive and some-  has ever been seen in the Kootenays. / WhBt *"'*Jue feature to be presented]  The effort to-concentrate tbe ores/ ���V*-en t*,e ��'3adO"'.s full, will be the,  of the camp, /or one reason or other/repro*Juct,on- b^ tableuu. of thai  have led to the construction of / fu"era' of -'* viking- warrior, with all I  other  plants,    most   of   which   were / tbe we,rd   and   barbaric  accompani-j  not financial successes. ,  ages back,  when Erik Thyg-g-vassen,  , ,''  Miners'  Hall.    Visiting 'YnretWexv "dox'^'M^Wm$$  dially invited. ' -        5r* ''  Samuel McLeod, Noble Grand.  Dan Paterson, Fin. Secy.  A. L. McKinnon, Rec. Secy.  rim  tn i  OsLugrhters or Rebekah  ftttfonlx LocTge Mo. 17  S.totstM  in     tho    MJnart.-    Union    X^xlfzo  Ha.U Fin.L nnd  T7i/rd   Wodnomiuyti.  Aim. Hostile Hush, Koble Gmiid.  Jkfrs. Estto AlHrstiiiU. SecroULiry.  Largre "Cave-In" at Granby  The vigorous mining which characterizes the operations at the big  Boundary mines, and particularly so  at the Granby property, in Phoenix,  in   his  galley   the    "Long  Serpent  prowled the seas ot* Scandinavia and  forced  his  unwelcome attentions on  the English   coasts.      With   the   intention of   making  this  latter   item  as   realistic as   possible, the   largest  fFRATERNAL, ORDER  OF EAGLES  has necessarily  created  some enor- i -   .  boat on  the lake is   being fitted out  after the fashion of a Norse galley,  KID GLOVES  Our stock of Kid Gloves is complete in  short and lonir-  See our window this week for White Waists,  Dresses and White Wear.  The newest Collars and Belts will be seen on  display in the Departments.  Boundary Ore Tonnages  Following are the returns of the  output of the Granby mines and  smelters for the week ending June  7th, and the B.C. Copper company  for the week ending June 2nd, ancl  year to date:  Gcanby 11,156  Mother Lode    6,164  Rawhide    4,829  Jack Pot        149  Napoleon        27S  Others        214  SMELTEK TONNAGES  Granby 21,805  B. C. Copper Co.. . 11,639   269,564  mous voids in the bosom of mother  earth hereabouts. Some of the  stopes, supported by pillars, being  of more than unusual dimensions;  the character of the rock lending  itself admirably to this method of  extracting ore.  Owing to the low-grade quality of  the   product   and    its   presence    in  enormous   quantities,   it   has   been  found that   to work  the property to  any   commercial advantage,   it was  necessary   not   only   to   mine on   a  colossal scale but to exercise in that  operation     thc     virtue    of      strict  economy.     This was strikingly illustrated    on    Monday  last,     when   a  portion    of   the   mine,    which    previously   had   been   deprived   of   its  pillar   supports   and abandoned  for  stoping,   "caved-in"  bodily.     From  an official   source  we learn   that the  amount of rock displaced was  enormous, a   rough   estimate  placing it  in the millions of tons.     The area of  ground   affected   extends for  about  700 feet, with   a width   of from 200  to 400 feet and going down as far  as the   No.   3  stopes,  filling    them    I with ore, which in the future can be  "'     ~ ' handled and   shipped  at a minimum  of expense.  494,221  247,3S6  85,542  10,761  278  5,550  Granby's Blister Copper        I        B c Copper ^reatment  Shipments ot   blister copper trom j     The   B.C.   Columbia   company's  the   Granby   company's  smelter  at ,.       .      t   .   .. *-r , r  fTnnH   nv.^1,...    r^ n T , 'smelter   treated   11,3/6 tons of ore  ���jrand   forks    tor   the    past    week  amounted to 434,000 pounds, bring-; thli! "'eek< as follows: Mother Lode,  ing the total shipped for the year , 7,60S; Rawhide, 3,161; Wellington,  up to 9,144,500 pounds. | 256; Jack Pot,  . . . ; others, 351.  and the whole setting, with the  attendant actors, promises to make  a picture as near the actual reality  as it is possible to produce.  In order to give the visitors from  Nelson and Rossland more time at  Christina, the committee have decided to continue the celebration  for another day; the railway tickets  being good for the return trip the  following day.  The   fare   from   Phoenix   to   Fife  and   return is  $1.15,   children 85c. ;  while from   liholt  and  Grand Forks  a proportionate reduction is allowed.  The fare from Rossland  and Nelson  is at the  rate  of a fare  and a third  for ten   or  more persons.     The  fol-  the  names  of the com-  Fmil  Carlson, A.  O.  Johnson,   Charles   G.   Johnson,  Victor Olson, Louis  Carlson, Chas.  Hagan,  John   E.   Anderson,   Elmer  Ness and Fridolph Werner.  Phoenix Aerie No. 158  Meets in Union Hull, Friday Evenings.  Visiting brothers are ahvjiys welcome.  Quitman Wokk, W. P.  T. B. Cosgrove, "W. Secy.  K. of P. Lodge,  No. 28    Ph^ecn.ix'  Meets Tuesday .Evening at 7.30.  Sojourning brothers cordially welcomed.  J. E. Carter, K. of R. S.  H. M. Laing, C. C.  lowing are  mittee in  charge  PYTHIAN SISTERS  Mountain Temple Lodge No. 17  Mem* in  t'yt'iiiin   Hall,   Lower Town  First iiuil Third Thursdiiy!  .Mrs. May AluiMrom Mrs.  M.K.C.  A. D. McKenzie  M.K.C.  Police Court  On Wednesday, before the mayor,  D. J. Matheson, May Roberts appeared to answer a charge of keeping' a disorderly house. The accused  pleaded not guilty and was represented by A. S. Black, of Greenwood. Thc court, however, found  the charge proved, and imposed a  fine of fifty dollars or three months'  imprisonment in Nelson jail. The  fine was paid.  BEST  Reasonable Prices  For the m-xt HO days   \  will give a  10 Per Cent Discount  t>n all work  if you  bring this announcement.  I  DR. L. S. EASTMAN,  :���* and I Zciglei- Block,  N. li. Corner Riverside ami Hmwiid  SPOKANE,  WASH.  5 ^,? h'  JUT'.* UlUUlrLM !UlJ.I��UMU��*-T3ia3CEnKIIK' V  -1  I  THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ������j -uinur  ���'H..1,'1...!.:**!1 Ml���U�� <1L1J  Great Northern Railway  Round-Trip Excursion  RATES TO THE EAST  A few samples���Other  reductions  lo  many  Eastern   and  Middle  West Points in Canada and United States.  WINNIPEG   -  MONTREAL-  QUEBEC  HALIFAX      -  TORONTO    -  $ 6O.00  10S.oo  105.00  1 27.20  91. 5o  DENVER   -  ST. PAUL -  ST. LOUIS  CHICAGO  NEW YORK  $ 55.00  - 60.00  7o.oo  72. So  1 o8.5o  POINTED PARAGRAPHS  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. TERKINS, Agent.  D. J. MATHESON   Insurance Agent  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE GLASS,  COMMISSIONER FOR TAKING  AFFIDAVITS  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX,   B. C.  Phoenix- $ + a:gy.f*  Greenwood  u **&'& c  ' Leave Phoenix, upper town, 8.45 a.m. "j  "     '     '       " Inwpr town       0.00 a.m.    !-5  Line  lower town,   9.00 a.m. ."-Standard Time  \   Leave Greenwood J ���, 3.00 p.m. J  PROMPT ATTENTION   TO  EXPRESS AND  FREIGHT  y, ",  M. LAING, Proprietor  James, tho murderer of Constable  Aston, is lo hang on the 9th of  August.  Advices from Republic state that  there is to be a big two-day celebration in that tdwn on the 4th and 5th  of July.  The Hudson's Bay company's  post at Fort Pelly was closed last  week. The company has carried  on business at the place for more  than 100 years.  The central training camp for the  mounted troops of British Columbia, for 1912, is at Vernon. Two  regiments of cavalry, the 30th and  31st went into training this week.  The Manchester cup, one mile  and a half, was won by Lord  Derby's 3-year-old colt, Donoi-  thorne, J. A. DcRothschild's Bron-  zino was second, and T. Baring's  Mushroom third.  The Rev. R. V. Macy, who recently arrived at Fort Steele to assume charge of a church there, was  so disappointed at the state of the  vineyard in that locality, dial he  boarded the first train for Montreal  en route for the old country.  H. R. McMillan of the Dominion  government forestry service has recently resigned for the purpose of  accepting thc position of chief forester of the British Columbia government. He is an Ontario man  and received his training at Yale.  A Regiment's Penance  Gieat    preparations     are    being  made among the officers and troopers of the Twelfth  Royal Lancers,  now    stationed    at   Johannesburg,  South Africa,   to  celebrate the termination of  the one hundred years'  penance  imposed   on   that   famous  regiment by  the  Duke   of Wellington.    During  the  Peninsular  war,  when the armies  of Spain and Portugal,  backed   by   a  British   force,  were engaged in the task of driving  the French  out of Spain,  a charge  of having looted a convent was preferred against some  of  the  men of  the twelfth;   all  efforts   to   find the  guilty   parties   having   failed,   and  and   by   way    of  punishment,    the  band was ordered to assemble in the  barrack square, at ten o'clock every  night  for  one   hundred  years   and  play five pieces, including the Spanish, French, Portuguese and British  anthems  and a  religious selection.  It is the  boast of the regiment that  they have faithfully carried out the  duke's order.  No Inquest!  Two unidentified men were killed  a few days ago as a result of the  explosion of ninety kegs of blasting  powder, placed in a storehouse  near Kenora, several years ago by  contractors working on a rock cut.  The coroner was summoned, but as  the bodies were virtually blown to  pieces he ordered that they be  buried.    There will be no inquest!  COPPER,  The Nov Edition ot tho  COPPER HANDBOOK IX COB'S I ON  w/y  **','  mst published, is Volume X, for tlie years 1010-  I'JJl, and requited nearly eighteen months in  preparation. < '  IT HAS 1 902 PAGES  containing nearly one and a half million words''  or about tvicojis much mattor as the Bible.  There arc 25 chapters^ and the book covers thc  f  FARES  itM t"V fi i t <*- i t  IV  Geography, "Chemistry, Minoialogy, (Mining  "Millhig; Leaching, Smoltinjr, Refining, Brands;  , Grades, Impurities,' Alloys, Uses Substitutes,  Terminology, Deposits by Districts, Stales,  Countries and Continents; 'Minos in Detail,  .Statistics of Pioduction, Consumption, Imports  Export*. Finances Di\ idends, etc.  y.il. X of the Copper Handbook liste .md  describes i  to principal points in Eastern, Canada  "'j and United States.   '-      ������    ���  y Tickets are FIR8T CLA88, and will  bVoiibale -MAY 17? 38," a4',-20; JUNK. 1,  6, 7,f S, V.i, 14, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 20, 21,  2-1, to'i 27, 28, 29, and many days dining  JUJ^T, AUGUST and SEPTEMBER,  Good to Return until Oct. 31st���  ���  STOPOVERS ALLOWED  From PHOENIX AND KOOTENAY  i  8,130 Mines f Companies j points to  "Winnipeg"   -   -   -  Toronto      -   -   -  r I  The government returns of immigrants fiom the Biitish Isles, for  the month of April, are as follows:  To Cananda ���England, 20,123;  Scotland, 5557; Ireland, 1324;  Wales, 316. Total, 27,370. To  the' other dominions the number  was 10,624, and to the United  States 13,023.  , The Anti-Mormon disturbances at  Bristol and Numeaton have been  followed by police court proceedings. In' the latter town, during  the hearing, it transpired that Elder  Smith had been seized and roughly  handled^ and tarred and feathered.  He is now suing the ringleaders of  the'alleged mob for damages.  -The Duke of Connaught was recently the central figure in an imposing military display, when he  presented new colors to the Fifth  Royal Highlanders at Montreal.  After the inspection the troops gave  three cheers for the ," Governor-  General,    who    in    return    led    the  Refuses an Opinion  Mr. Justice Giegory, last week,  refused to pass an opinion as to  whether or not the striking Vancouver jurors are entitled to the $14  they claim the sheriff is illegally  witholding from them. Counsel for  the jurors has communicated with  the attorney-general.  Despondent through sickness, a  Doukhobor woman, named Kara-  koff," a recent arrival from Saskatchewan, is believed to have  drowned herself in the Kootenay  river, near Thrums. The woman's  footprints were traced to the water's  edge,) but a search by the provincial  police for the body has so fai been  unsuccessful.  Convicted, not only of selling a  quantity of opium, the very possession of which was an infraction  of the criminal laws of Canada, but  of conducting a manufactory for the  drug   on   premises   ostensibly   used  ���\i*~>  1i  $ft  t"' l*V  the=cdc-ciiptionsiniifrinfi-fiom 2 to alines in  thc case of ��i dead couiuiiiiy, in wjnoh cise  reference is made to <i piecedmg edition giving  a fuller devfiiption, up to 21 p,igcs in the oase  of tho Anaconda, w inch pioduccs one-eighth of  the copper supply of the world.* Tho chapter  giving mine descriptions, which lists, tho largos*  number of mines and companies ever given in  any work of reference on mines or mining investment*-, has been  Fully Revised.  The now edition of the Copper Handbook is a  do^en books hi one, covering all pli'asos of the  ' copper industry of tho entiio ^vorld.   It is used  1 as the ���   T  World's Standard Reference Book on Copper  by the managers of tho uiincs that make ninety-  odd per cent, of tlie ^\ orld'H output of copper,  and ia used in oveiy civilized couittiy of the  globe. Tt is filled with F.AC'fS of vitul im-  portiiuco to  'I'HE INVESTOR  THE SPECULATOR  THK .\n.\T,lt  TllU eON'Sl.MKl-  THE aiETALbUKUIo*  PRICE is S5 in buckiam w ithgilt top, or $7.8"*  ia genuine full llbiary morocco.  TERMS mo tlie most liberal. Send no money,  hub older the book bent you, all carriage  charges prepaid, on one week's uppcowil, to be  returned if unsatisfactory, or paid for if it suits.  Con you afford not to seo the book and judge  for yourself of its vfiluo to you '  WRITE NOW to the editor und publisher.  3G  HORACE J. STEVENS  TEMPLE BUILDING, HOUGHTON  MICH., U. S. A.  OVER 68 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Montreal - -  St. John, N. B.  St. Paul - -  Chicago - -  New York - -  Boston        -   -  Ask you local C. P. It. Ticket Agent  regarding routes, limits,, stopovers,  etc.'. and for excursion fares to other  points.  J. E. OARIElt, Agent,  Phoenix, B. C.  J. A. McD.ONALD,  / District Passenger Agent.  Nelson, B. C.  DEATH HOVERS ABOUT  A NEGLECTED GOLD  <ft*Tl __/re*r*me,,t *" t!,rce ""using- cheers fori ai a hospital, Ah Lay, a Chinaman,  *OU.OO| the King. of Vancouver, was fined $100,'or in  A skeleton,   supposed   to   be thatl default, sentenced   to   three months'  ofaChinamaH, was  found  on  Sat-J'* hard.'  urday in   the bush,   at  Duff-street,  South   Vancouver,    by  some   men  who were grading  the road.     It is  supposed to be   a case of suicide, a  piece of  rope being found  hanging  to a tree while another portion was  around the neck of the skeleton.    A  cheap watch   and $1.40 in cash was  lying close by..  At the great Y. M.C. A. whirlwind  campaign for $250,000, a few years  ago, many people made promises of  payments   which   have  not all been  fulfilled, iu fact the fund is still over  $25,000 short.     In   consequence  of  the action  of the Y.M.C.A.   in tak-  91.5o  105.oo  120.oo  60.oo  72.50  108.50  HO.oo  GIFT OF A DYING TOT  Savings of a Little   Child  Dying of  Tubercular Trouble Goes to Help  the Consumptive Poor  How true ib is in many different walks of  lifofchafc "a littlechild shall lead them." We  have been shown a copy of a letter written  by a lady of St. John, N.B., who only a  month ago lost her little child, a girl of nine  years, oi tubercular trouble. The mother's  own words tell the story better than it can  be told in any other way.    She writes to  the Secretary of the Muskoka Free Hospital  nsumpl  words : " While my loved one was ill, I one  for Consumptives at Gravenhuist in those  proceeding-   to  compel  paid,  several  have     paid  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c  Anyone sending a nlcotoh end description may  Quickly ascertain onr opinion free whethor an  Invention is probnbly pntentnhlo. Communications strlctlyconllilentlal. HANDBOOK oaPatenta  sclit free. Oldest agency for securinejmtents.  turoiicrh Munn & Co.  Pnteuts taken through Munn <fc  Bpeclaliioticc, without, charge, in tbe  , rocolve  A handsomely illnntrateil T7eck]y. tar^pst circulation o�� any hrtentil!�� journal. UerniB for  Carwi'la. $3.75 a ycir, nosiago prepaid. Sold by  all newsdealers.  IH30NN &Co.3eiBfoa^ New York  BrancU Offloo. C26 F Bt��� Waahlriffton. D. C.  Statistics tellof the awful ravages  of colds in the Fall Season.  Trifling at the outset, serious in a  few days, fatal in the end.  Carelessness in dealing with  colds is a criminal dallying with  death. Fight the cold at its  inception and it is vanquished.  Tar is a great healing agent, one  of the oldest; surest, safest known.  Cod I^iver Oil has world wide use  for all weakening and wasting  diseases.  Mathieu's Syrup of Tar and  Cod Iyiver Oil is the most scientific  combination of these two remedies  and is the greatest cold preventing  and cold curing remedy ever  known. Its', benefits are instantaneous, its results are marvellous.  Large bottle costs only 35 cents. '������  Sold everywhere. ''..-���  When headache and fever arc present with  a cold tak= Miithieu's Nervine Hovrders to  reduce- the fever and allay the j>aln. Iloth  preparations are nol.i by dealer.* evervwheie.  I.i,. Malhieu Co., Props., Sherbrooke, Que. (A)  HEALS THE LUNGS  PKICE. 36 CEKXS  W'ti   ieg.i\  those wlio lia\'c not  piomineiu Ottawaiii  rather than appear in court  Mr. Justice Evans, president of  the Admiralty Court, who has been  conducting the enquiry into the  collision .between the P. and 6.  liner, Oceana and the German  barque Pisagua, has found that the  Oceana's lookout was bad, and he  found that the British vessel, was to  blame for the accident. The Oceana  went to the bottom, carrying  $3,750,000 in gold and silver wifli  her.  A dispute in the courts at Montreal as, to the relative legal values  of a witness's word of honor and  testimony on oath, has been settled  recently by Mr. Justice Laurendeau,  who decided that a witness in a  Quebec civil suit must swear upon  a bible and accept the regular  formula. The dispute arose over a  witness named Forde, who declared  he was an agnostic and did not believe in either God or the Bible, He  offered to give his word of honor.  night opened some literature from you at  her bedside. She asked me what> it was.  C told her it wits a paper asking x'01 oub-  Hcripfciom to tlie 3fuslco"o��, free Hospital  for Consumptive, s��nd ��"ioweoL liei the  pictutes 111 the pamphlet. She asked if  she could 110L give wliai alio had 111 her  little savings bank.    I told her ' Yes'���to  five it to the doctor and ho would send it.  ut she was too sick when he came again,  so I am enclosing an express order for the  amount I found in the bank, viz., $1.79,  a email subscription, but trust you will  receive it in the spirit in which it was  given."  The letter is typical of many that are  being constantly received at the head office  of the Muskoka Hospital, 347 King St. W.,  Toronto. These come from all parts of  Canada, for patients are received from anywhere in the Dominion;  At the present time there are 156  patients in residence in tho Muskoka Free  Hospital, i28-pf whom nre unable to pay a  single cent, arid the other 28 only nominal  sums���much less than actual cost of  maintenuncn. During the nine years that  the Muskoka Free Hospital for Consumptives bus been opened, not a single  patient has over b^cn refused admission  because unable to pay.  YOU'LL feel tert degrees cooler  in a Fit-Reform 2 Piece Suit.  Planned, designed and tailored with  the idea of coolness clearly in mind.  Stylish, too���the Fit-Reform trademark guarantees that.  Lots of Worsteds and Flannels-  some extra choice Homespuns���  and the genuine fadeless Fit-Reform  Serge.  Made in both 2 and 3 button styles.  MORRIN THOMPSON  Phoenix, B.C.  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Iff  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.  fff  The way to lest the truth of this statement '  is to send tis the copy for \otir ad. right ai\ay.  The experience would not be an expensi\e 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.H moderate cost.  The PHOENBX PIONEER  I $2.00 per year, in Advance: $2.50 per year, United States  Is interested and should know  about the wonderful  MARVEL Whirling Spray  Tho new Vaginal Syringe,   llcst  .���Most convenient.   It cleansed  Instantly.      Ask your   J druggist forr  If he cinnot supply th,  MAKVE1.. accept no oiner,  but send stamp for illustrated  book���sealed.   It fflvel full parile  ul,irs and direction* inv:ilu ible to 1adle9.  WINDSOR SUPPLY CO..    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McK6own f��^!ii6siS^Mwmm  it&aietmftWKemm^f^KmatHt,  ''^RXMnnMnj|iM>Miw(t  "+~*v&r*-fr*jiKi��i>uiit!wVQ,*Lt  w  ''V^M��<^ri>Uriif^'Wi<'Ul%A>1MiMr9TtT��'MaM  oGffiitosmB  " 'I llllll   Ill | || || u   !���"' ''., 1J    .Hmi���^Tff  THE    PIONEER,    PHOENIX,   BMTI8H   COLUMBIA.  as  Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription  Jficif.^03* a1  a11,  medioinos  fof   the cure of  diseases,  disorders   and weaknesses   peculiar to women.    It is the  only preparation of its kind devised by a regularly gradu-  <rteti physician-an experienced  end skilled   specialist  i  ihe diseases of women.  It is a saf o medicine in any condition of the system.  THE ONE REMEDY which contain* no alcohol  and no injurious habit-forming drugs and which  creates no craving for such stimulants. '  THE ONE REMF.nYM a^A that it, makers  are not afraid to print its every ingredient on  caeh outside/bottle-wrapper and attest to the  truthfulness o��  the  some under oath.  fetM* "n^JT"0--1�� ^cn everywhere, and any dealer who hasn't it  ��*^��� ���^rJ'-ke a ^bstitute of unknown composition for this medicim  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  issued weekly  at Phoenix. British Columbia  Subscription, 2.00 per year  2.50 to United States.  G. Kay, Publisher.  known coM<>6irribN  can  who savi ��t^ni��S^ .No.c��u?terfeit is as good as the genuine and the druggist  Tr C tt^nd ^h-*"? ��-8e W, }u8t ao i5��od os Dr- Piece's" is either mistaken  S^ h! ��� ^-n�� y?"/?r hi8nwn selfis" benefit. Such a man is not to be  maV be v2l��. Til 7f Woth Tour rno8t Pri��*eless possession-your hcalth-  ^���V ,"�� yp��r life.���itself..<;S>* that you ret what you ask for.  ADVKKTIS1NG ��UA1.I>J  Application for Liquor Licence (30 days) .,$.>.00  Coitiflcnlo of Improvement notice (0(1 days) $7.50  Application to Puichabo IjiukI notices (00 dityw)   $7.00  Dolhiquonl Coo wnor notices (SK) days) $10.00  Small Water Notices (30 days)  $7.S0  All other IokhI lulvertiHlnjr, 12 eents a line,  single column, for tho first insertion; aud 8  cents a line for each sube>i<(.ucnt insertion, noii-  imroil niousurcnient.  would probably not have found a  place among our records, and if it  had, the perpetrators long before  this would either have been behind  the bars at Kamloops or in the safer  realms of an Indian's paradise.  k<l  Should come from healthy and vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  manner Separated Cream insures purity and  quality The Dairy produces both  Saturday, Junk 8, 1912  THE DAIRY      J. iw. Hannam, Prop.  SPRING SlflTS  Vor the man who Hants, Hie* very.best in clothes, .this is the  store. 1 here are no liner clothes made. Tailored in the latest and  most stylish models to suit the tastes of business men and youn-  men. We re showing unusual values and we are certainly makin��-  H hit with those who know "what's what."     This is headcn.arler's  tor . , . .���������.������'.��� V;.. .;.;���         "PROPER CLOTHES"  a brand which has won large fav6r:kll over Camida. We feature  them and take a good deal of pleasurein showing them. We  know you can't look at them without wanting to buy, and you  won't find any better clothing anywhere. Our business is growing at a rate that keeps us fairly on the jump.     Must be/a reasoh!  A Return to The Old Order  There is  great   rejoicings   in  the  United States,   though   of a  rather  gruesome nature, says' the Montreal  Witness, among thoughtful people,  that a man has actually been executed for the crime of sending poison  under  the  guise   of medicine   to  a  person whom  he had  wronged and  so' committed   murder, and   what   is  far   more   remarkable,   considering  local   terrorism,   that   another  man  who had shot to death a prosecuting  attorney   in   the   court'in  which he  was   being   tried,   has   been    found  guilty of murder in the first degree.  There is so much maudlin sentiment  abroad   that the   incarceration   of a  murderer is   sure  to bring to him a  shower of letters of sympathy.    I f is  That Monroe Doctrine  It is   beginning to  dawn  on  the  people of the  United  States,   that  the real object of the naval preparations of Germany is to challenge the  Monroe doctrine, says the Colonist.  There are those who have long held  to this view.      Let us suppose what  we think is unlikely, that is  a naval  clash   between   Great  Britain   and  Germany;  let   us   further   suppose,  what is yet more unlikely,   that the  British   fleet   should    be    worsted.  What value would  the Monroe doctrine   have   then?      That   doctrine  owed   its    original    value    to    the  fact   that  Great   Britain   stood   behind it; and it would be mere empty  vaporing now,   if Britannia  did  not  "rule the,waves."    This   is  one .of  fundamental  facts of world-politics  that is often forgotten.     Just make  a little  note  of the  fact  that when  it comes down to things that count,  John Bull  is always   there with the  goods. . :<;..���.  Seam-in-frpnt  stockings  would seem absurd  Then  why any seam'  You have kept on wearing stockings  with a seam up thc hack���shapeless,  uncomfortable things ! because you probably didn't realize the perfection reached  '   by       * IS  lull-Fashioned  Seamless  These are hose without the sign of a seam���look for the sign of the  trade-mark. As they are being knit they are shaped lastingly to  the curves of thc foot and leg. They fit���they wear better   and tho utter absence of any seam at all makes them  ever so much more comfortable.      No difference  in cost-r-b'ut much in quality, in economy  and in comfort. . 65  Makers of  Underwear  Sweaters  and  Hosiery  HOSIERY  Made by  Penmans Limited  Paris, Canada  THOS.  BrOWIl       Men's Wear Exclusively  Cleanliness our Watchword  The product of the local dairies is good, but ours is thc best.  Cleanliness is our watchword, and no germ.can pass our sentries.  Our poultry department has increased its supply of eggs. Let us  accommodate you;   - PHONE  F 32  The Phoenix Dairy w*McZ%M����  NEAREST HOTEL TO FAMOUS GRANBY MINES  FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION  FOR   MINERS  Bar Stocked with the Finest Line of Wines, Liquors/Cigars  4 O. JOHNSOINF     -    -     Proprietor  becoming  next to   impossible.to secure  conviction  by a jury in a case  that; attracts much public attention,  for   the juries   faithfully  reflect   the  attitude of the people toward crime,  as they were intended to do.     Even  after trial  and  conviction  the   case  may linger  for years  in  the  higher  courts if the   defendant has money  for   defence.      With   this   state."of  affairs crime is becoming continually  more rife.      Some   of the sympathy  for certain classes of crime is due to  the   feeling  that  the  punishment is  not the best  that  could be devised.  This is a matter that should be corrected   as  soon   as   possible.      The  greater part   of this   revolt  against  punishment   is,   however   a morb'd  sympathy   that  is a   menace  to the  nation.      Humanity has  not yet got  beyond the   necessity  for   the dread  of punishment.      Reward  and   punishment in   some  form or other are  indeed, so far as we  know yet, fundamental    necessities   to   progress,  both moral and industrial.      Jt is an  indisputable   fact   that q'uick justice  and the   death   penalty,   as  they are  cidmtnistered   in   Canada  and  Great  Britain, have   kept   us free from the  shockingly large per capita crime of  Our Phenomenonai Growth  The Western Canada Real Estate  Journal of Winnipeg  is responsible  for the following paragraph:   " How  clearly impossible it  is to keep pace  with Canadian  growth  is,   perhaps,  best indicated by the statement that  during 1911 no fewer than 203 new  towns were established on the main I  lines and  branches of  the Canadian!  Pacific,    Canadian     Northern    and  Grand Trunk Pacific, railways.    Two  hundred   and   three   new   towns   in  three   hundred   working   days!     Of  those 203   one   hundred   and' thirty  owe their  foundation to   the  Canadian Northern, 41 were brought into existence by the Canadian Pacific  and 32 by the  Grand Trunk Pacific.  TOILET SOAPS    PATENT MEDICINES  ORDERS TAKEN FOR ANYTHING IN THIS LINE.  .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 as the old and tried standard  'compounds/:"--.',     ;.''. '  Revival of Walking  A   contemporary  says  that there  is   a   marked   revival      in   England  ol" the   almost  lost  art  of walking.  This   seems    to   be    a    remarkable  piece of new  , but   speakuig   for B.  C., we   can   stAtc that there  are  no  signs here  of the   art   being lost  to  us; on the contrary that accomplish  ment has reached   a very high state  of perfection in   the west,   while its  exponents are increasing in numbers  every year.    In conclusion we mig  add   that   tlie   authorities  are   quite  out of sympathy   with   the   walking  ," movement " in this province.  New Stock of Kodak Films and Supplies  NEW STOCK OF AA WALL PAPERS  WH1TEWARE CHIsMA-New Patterns  Kodaks���We will show you  the easy way to take and  make Pictures with a Kodak.  .ALMSTROM A1^a^SS  . L-. Mcelroy  SOLE AGENT FOR PRINCETON COAL  Dealer in Lumber, Shingles, Lath  and Cedar  Poles.      Stull La^riran.  A British Press Comment  The   London    Eveninir   Standard|  the United States.     They have surely by   now   tested   thoroughly  their I ��." ��i.*�� criticism   of  the   report of the  to   the   senate   committee    on     the   Titanic  MOVING MACHINERY OURSRECIAL.1TY  If Tired of Wood, try Princeton Coal  theory of non-punishment  limit of endurance. It would "be  well to return to the old established  order until they can devise some  treatment that will be equally corrective.  Ice Cream ancl Soft Drinks  ; After the  Opera  House Show or Dance,  acquire  the   habit,   and  drop   in .at   Tony  } Ccrvo's  Ice Cream  Parlor and treat your  yirl   to  a dish  of Hazelwood   Ice Cream.  J  Fresh supp  Havana a  e.s uailv.  will  cig'ars  I ho aroma ol  our  win   vou   a   home.  Antonio Cervo     knob hill avenue  90fcr J&Mftck  MONTREAL.  THE STANDARD is tlio National  Weekly-1 Newspaper of tho Dominion  of Canada, i It Is national in all its  alms.  I It uses the most expensive engravings, procuring the photographs from  all over  tho world.  lis articles are carefully selected and  ils editorial policy is thoroughly  independent.  A subscription to The Standard  costs $2.00 per year to any address in  Canada or Great Britain.  TRY IT FOR 1912!  Montreal   Standard   Publishing   Co.,  Lfmited,  Publishers  WOOD  First-class Fir and Tam-  arac Wood, $5.00 per cord  Pine Wood,   $4.50 per cord.  Fir and Tamarac, double cut,  per cord, $6.50.  disaster,   argues   that  the   tradition  of British bravery is still   alive, saying:     " During   most   of the   nineteenth   century   Great    Britain   was  well accustomed to the habit of war  The habit of war  produces bravery  In   these days we   have   no practice  of  this   kind.      Mercifully   we    are  spared the discipline  of our grandfathers.       Our   nerves   are   weaker  than theirs, yet, do we subdue them  if necessary  or killed   is  sternly    recognised   bv  the authorities,   in view  of the fact       ����� P����P��c of Newfoundland have  that the  fugitives  have alreadv had   ^veiT '"espect lor Canada. .Is wealth  the daring "to si>it the  house of urn*! a,,J ils   '"ourcc.,.   but   .,u,i.  a.   pre-  who had been of some assistance to  *clU thc>' l'tc^   u"*   ,*;nu,m '�����">���-'Indent,     said   Sir     Ralph    Williams,  ��� Not Yet���But Soon���Perhaps  This is now the fifth week of the  chase after the Indian murderers,  Spintlam and Paul, and still the  issue is in doubt. That these men  must now   be   pursued until caught  WOOD   DELIVERED   ON   SHORT  NOTICE. 'Phone B 32  Electric Restorer for Men  Phncnhnnnl restores every nerve In the body  ruuaiiiiuiiw tn Us proper tension; restoieB  vim and vitarRy. Prematuro decay and all sexual  weakness averted at once. Phosphonol wlH  make you a new man. Price $8 a box, or two for  $5. Mailed to any address. She Bcooell Drngr  Co., et. CBthBfrlaes, On*.  the police authorities, and whose  life will certainly be foifeited sooner  or later if the criminals are permitted  to escape.  The whole episode furnishes a  very strong argument for those  who only recently suggested thc  establishment of a mounted police  auxiliary to our already effective  provincial police system. A force  organized on the lines of thc Royal  Northwest Mounted Police would  prove a mighty factor in the keeping  of tlie peace of British Columbia,  and considering the enormous tracts  of almost unknown territory within  our borders, which at present seems  lo orter to evildoers a convenient  asylum, it would appear to be incumbent on the British Columbia  government to take the suggestion  seriously, for there can be little  questioning the fact that if the province had possessed a trained squadron of mounted constabulary to call  upon, this wild west Indian chapter  governor-general of Newfoundland,  in speaking recently of Newfoundland federating with Canada.  HER WEIGHT INCREASED  f R01V8 800 TO 140 POUNDS,  Wonderful Praise Accorded  Perunathe Household Remedy  TMi-rf. Maria (Jocrtz, Oricnta, Olda-  lirjiiui, writes:  "My luisbund, children and myself  havo used your medicines, and wo always keep them in tho house in case of  necessity. 1 was restored to health Siy  this medicine, and Dr. Hartman's m-  vn I'.uiblo advice aud books. Peopio a.-ic  ahoufcino from different, places, pnd arc  surprised that 1 can do all of my house-  vrurk alone, and thai. .1 was cured !>y tho  doctor of chronic catarrh. My ir.isltaud  was cured of asthma, my (laughter of  caranho and catarrh of tho stomach, and  my son of catarrh of tho throat. AVhen  I was sick 1 weighed 100 pounds ; now 1  weigh 140.  "I havo regained my health again, and  I cannot thank yon enough for your  advice. May God pivo you a long life  and bless your work."  Spring Rygs and Carpets  Coupled with price reductions throughout our immense  slock that will make this week the most opportune time  of the season for the purchase of the new spriflg 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 leave* nothing to be desired by even the  mo .-I  parlif.'iihjr purchasf:r>.  20 per cent Discount will be allowed  on all House Furnoshings for all June  Wedding' purchasers.  Co F��� Edwards The Furniture Dealer  m���mm ii mini i mii iiiii i iinunroruimaKr^BsaaarawMWJmaucTUuauwii  MJiUIMIf'l'-l.tl. -I���  !��Fl��lWL^l.'JIMU.lmiJt).,.WWI.^.> :"''* '-�����!���".  i muni inn ii   i Til iiTTWTi-iTT��n-rmrnmi i  >a  igum-^uj. -i!-m���m uiiiin'miww'"  BsasscsraBSHmxcmiarasx^  *VV an-  now displaying a  choiee-  line  of first   quality and  sweet  jond.-.    A trial solicited.  SUGAR CURED HAMS, 25c. per lb.  BREAKFAST BACON, 27c. lb.  PURE LEAF LARD, 51b. PAIL, $1.00.  FRESK   FARM  EGGS, 35c. per cioz.; 3 DOZEN  FOR S51.00.  FRESH CHURNED CREAMERY BUTTER, 40c. per lb.  '5  Wholesale and Retail Butchers and Produce Mercha.nts  PHOENIX, B. C.        PHONE 2  m  is  3$  if:  k  ft,  H"11  '���"ft  4\  %\ IWJ.I !?�����*;,  m*' - -  far*   THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  HRISTINA  Is Open  for  the Season  Local and General  L,l   *  MAGNIFICENT DANCING PAVILION  Perfect Floor. ORCHESTRA BY CHAS. E. KING (A. F. Mob.)  Splendid Baseball Park, Picnic and Camping Grounds  U.r-Unrivalled Mountain, Forest, Stream and Lake  'i 'Scenery. ��� ��� Dark room for Photographers.     New  ;Ro\v  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 dates and terms.  Mrs. Samuel McLeod left town on  Tuesday for Vancouver.  Born���At Phoenix, on May 26th, to  Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Blair, a son.  Born��� At Phoenix, on May 28th, to  Mi-, and Mrs. L. Carlson, a daughter.  Born���At Vancouver, on June 4th,  to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. McNichoI, u  daughter.  ' Mr. aiid Mrs. T. Hawthorn spent the  King's birthday holiday visiting in  Grand Forks.  jm.."...i-'.iM>w .  Twse   .'_ ��� u' t- i  -LLMII-LJ JlUU '  A  i  OLE JOHNSON, Prop.  CHRISTINA LAKE, British Columbia  Deane Hotel  Is  ���fr  .  Only Miners Home in the Boundary  Newly   Furnished  from   Garret to  Cellar  Ir  ^       ,       '  To invite a person to board at your hotel is tantamount to an'  offer to take charge of hit, happiness and comfort as long' as he  , is beneath its roof.     We offer to do this, and all who accept  our invitation can rest assured that no effort will be spared on  our part to faithfully carry out, our share of the contract.   Our  guests will find a hoine-like feeling,   best of food  and  skilled  cooking, with a quick and pleasant service. -.-    >  fTHE MINERS' HOME"  DOMINION  ,AVENUE  ���c.  HAND-PAINTED CHINA  We have a very  vice selection to  choose from.  NOTHING NICER FOR WEDDING PRESENTS.  SMALL PLATES, Si.00, $2.25 and S3.00  LARGE PLAQUES - - $2.75 to 35.00  BON  BON  DISHES   (nicely   painted)   $1.50   UP  I  la"*.  A. BLACK   -   The Jeweler  &    ft  k  M.\  \4  1 in  I a?  m>  Scobell's Liquor/ Tobacco  5??, Pf"* Cure pSrsrtut;  , Alconol. Tobacco and Drugs.   Ft counteracts the  wectB almost instantly���removes all cravings.  ��i-Sr*t^S5fit?Vrt?tmfnt there wi�� never be imy  need to drlnlc intoxicants or use drugs again. Can  d��2Ie*PH,*^^der 8ePB���t�� cover to anyad-  Haofeoll 2Drus Co.. fit, CMhsrlaea, OaU  "TITANIC."  Wreck of the Titanic, largest, best  written, best illustrated, and most at-  ^C��VenA300kAeveii' ^ered ^ the public  for 91.00. Agents wanted; biceest  commission ever; freight prepaid? outfit free. Send 10c, cost of mailing.  Bush today to Maritime Publishing  Co., Box 91, 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.  Lfv-  OPERA HOUSE  Tuesdav.  ���JUNE 11th  1912  SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT OF  MR. FRED BYRES  IN  INGLING  OLLY  OYFUL  OLLIER  The Girl  Mrs. Jas. Ingram was among tho  Phoenix visitors in Grand Forks during the week.  Mrs. Tatham, accompanied by her  son Bert, returned on Tuesday' from  a fortnight's trip to the coast.  Jos. Pasco returned to town on Wednesday from Spokane, where he had  gone to consult an eye specialist.  Presbyterian service will bo held on  Sunday morning, at II oclock, in the  K.P. Hall. A cordial welcome. Rev.  J. U. Munro.  Olo Nordin is undergoing surgical  treatment in the hospital, having been  struck on the back with a piece of rock  while at work in the mine.  H. Manning, formerly on the staff  of the local E. T. hank, arrived in town  this week from Vancouver to take a  position in the Granby office.  Geo. Poller,-caretaker of the Snow-  shoe mine, left on Monday for Vancouver to examine real estate purchases he has recently made in that  locality.  Geo. McNichoI, purchasing agent for  the Granby Consolidated, bade adieu  to Phoenix as his place of residence,  on Tuesday. He has now taken up his  permanent residence at Vancouver.  Methodist Church ��� Sunday school  and Bible class, 2.30 p.m.; evening service, 7.30 p.m. Prayer meeting, Thursday evening, 7.15 p.m. J. J. Nixon,  pastor.  Some fine photos of Hangman bridge  were secured by Al. Almstrom on  Wednesday.   Call on him and he will  show you the easy- way to  take and  make pictures.  A meeting of Goldrauge L.O.L. will  take place today, Saturday, at 7.30  p.m. Another meeting will also take  place on "Wednesday at the same hour.  Visiting brethren are requested ' to  attend.  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 3, Evening Prayer at 7.30. Rev. L.  B. Lee, Rector. ,  The stated services in the Catholic  church are as,follows: First and third  Sundays in the month. Mass at, 10  a.m., Sunday School at 2,30 pin.;  Evening Service at 7.30 p.m. Rev.  Father Choinel, pastor.  While employed barring down, at  the Rawhide mine, on Friday, C. Morgan and Bert Davies were caught by  falling muck, the former escaping with  a scalp wound; but the latter's injuries  proved more serious, one of his legs  being broken.  Dr. Dickson received his new sidecar, on Wednesday, the first of the  kind in Phoenix. The apparatus can  he attached and detached in a few  minutes and there can be no doubt  that orders for similar motor wheel  side cars will be placed before long.  A. Best, formerly cranium manipulator in the lower town barber shop, and  now located at Hidden creek, writes  uk that his new establishment is about  completed, and within a few days he  hopes to commence relieving the gentlemen of Anyox of their winter  hirsute disfigurement.  Owing to an unfortunate oversight  on our part, the announcement that  the City band was to give another of  its popular open-air recitals on Saturday last was omitted from our columns. For the omission, which was  entirely unintentional, we tender our  apologies to the bandsmen, whose  playing was, however, much appreciated by those who were fortunate  enough to hear it.  The wag who prophesied the rapid  'approach'of the time when "a real live  horse" would be tlie best paying attraction for a circus side show, would find  his prophetic vision nearer realization  in Phoenix than in any town in B. G.  Lust week we announced the entry of  another recruit to the local motor bike  Dissention Over New Road :  The  recent decision   which   fixed  the route of thc  proposed new road  from Phoenix  to Grand  Forks, appears to have  not given  that satisfaction which at first was supposed.  There are. some who now affirm that  the  proposed;  route   is   hot   at   all  suitable and   by no   means' the best  that could be adopted.     In order to  settle the matter,' it was  decided to  call a  public  meeting-  on  Wednesday  last,   when   the  advocates   of  both   routes   were   expected   to be  present   and   state  their case;   but  unfortunately the   rooms', at the.'halt  were engaged that  night for  other  purposes   making   it   impossible  to  hold  theadvertised  meeting.     The  chief complaint registered is that the  former   meeting was not sufficiently  advertised.     One side advocates the  construction  of the  road from Hale  across   the   summit and   over   the  mountains  into  Phoenix, while   the  other   side   pins   their  faith    on  road   from   Hale  through   Hartford  into the town.     It seems a pity that  the proposed  meeting did  not take  place.  ���   ���; ;.���-������  . ���-;-��� :���  Locates at Christina  The following appeared recently in  a Spokane contemporary:   "After an  absence of two and a half years from  Phoenix, B. C, Charles E. King, came  north from. Lti Grande,  Oregon,   on  Wednesday last,' on his way to Christina  lake,   where he has: contracted  with Ole Johnson and Co. to look lifter  the musical and entertaining department   of that   increasingly   popular  summer resort, "Beautiful Christina."  Those of us who knew Mr. King and  the high-class music his name stood  for when he was in Phoenix, feel well  assured and satisfied that an additional  attraction is now made at "Beautiful  Christina."   ''When    Mr.   King    left  Phoenix it was as musical director of  the Colonial Tourist's Opera company,  and as such he  toured British Columbia, staying   several  weeks in stock  productions   at  Vancouver   and  Victoria; thence into the States, finally  winding up with a summer season at  Boise,   Idaho.    While at Boise, Alex.  Strutzel,  another Phoenician,   joined  him, and the  two made their music  famous in the capitor city.   The wonderful violin  playing of Mr. Strutzel  speedily won for him the coveted position of concert master of the Boise  Symphony Orchestra, an aggregation  of all the finest musicians of the State.  Mr. Strutzel eventually was appointed  leader of the orchestra at the Spokane'  Theatre,   where  he  is still   engaged.  While    passing   through   Spokane,  Mr.  King persuaded  his  old partner  to come up for  the summer,  and the  popular violinist will  be heard with  Mr. King at Christina during the best  part of the season.    It is certain that  these two clever musicians will have  a hearty reception from the Boundary  people wheii they again appear before  them in the capacity as entertainers.  Here you will find  Smart Suits, and  if your desire is to  look well dressed  visit our Clothing  Department.  Suits ready-for-service,  ormade-to-your-dmeasure  We can please you well  in either.  Ill  We've rather spread ourselves this season on  "Snappy" Clothes  and we want every fellow  hereabouts to see our  showing df  Style-Craft  TAILORED CLOTHES  N. J. Carson & Co.  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.  Weekly Dances  On behalf of the local branch of the  Miners' Union, I am requested to announce that, commencing next Friday,  the union will hold a series of dances  in  their ballroom.    The admission   is  75c.    An orchestra, consisting of home  talent, will furnish the music and the  members express the hope that lovers  of dancing iu Phoenix, will  take ad  vantiige of our efforts to provide entertainment  for   them   throughout   the  summer.   The piano music of Mrs. (J.  Knight,   with   that   of ii   first-class  violinist, we feel  sure will be acceptable to all.  J. A. Vioneaux, Sec.  ROYAL  BILLIARD  PARLORS  Beautiful Selection of Pipes, Cigars  ....   Tobaccos...'....AH the most popular  blends of Cigarettes, etc.  Cosgrove & McAstockep^Props^  Mineral Act.  1 Form   F  Certificate of Improvements.  W. Chalmers of Grand Fonts was a  guest at the Brooklyn Hotel this week.  In-the Supreme Court of British  Columbia.  and the  Tramp  n  squad and this week we take pleasure  m announcing the conversion of two  others, Messrs. Dick Peterson and Sam  Matthews; the former having purchased Ed. Black's machine ancl the  latter. D. J. Matheson's gasoline  scorcher; both of the'former  having  invested  Black has  recently secured the local  agency   for   the   Thor   company  Aurora, Illinois.  owners  n new wheels.    Ed.  of  The Laughing Comedy Success  Prices, $1.00, 75c, 50c.  NOTE���This is the original No. 1 Company, the same as played Winnipeg,  Calgary and Edmonton. They are  stopping in Phoenix to break' their  jump to Seattle.    A positively guar-  teed attraction.  Big Automobile Explosion  One of the thrilling scenes in the  production of the "Girl and the  Tramp," at the opera house, Tuesday, June 11th, is the, explosion of a  real live automobile in full view of  the audience. The automobile used  by the company is specially constructed for stage use, and can be  used on any sized stage. 'A  tively guaranteed attraction,  NOTICE IS HEREBY* GIVEN, that  on the 23rd day of May, 1912, an order  was made by his Honor Judge Brown,  appointing A. C. 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  any 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, addressed   to  the  undersigned,   his   name   and   address   aud  further particulars of his chum, aiid a  statement   of   his    account   and    the  nature of his security, if any, held by  hini, verified by statntorv 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., the 80th  day of May, 1912.  A. C. SUTTON,  Official Administrator,  Grand Forks, B.C.  NOTICE  ,' "Etranville" Mineral Claim, situate..in. the  Grand Forks Mining Diri��ion of Yale district.  Where located:���Franklin Camp:" "''''  TAKE NOTICE that I, Donald J. Matheson,  ;agcnt for William J.Prondcrfrast, Free Miner's  Certificate, No. 35867B, and John S. Boyco,  Free Miner's Certificate No. 35859, and Chris.  H. Reeves, Free Miner's Certificate No B60732,  intend, sixty days from thc date hereof, to apply  to the Milling Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notico that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 19th day of April, A.D. 1912.  D. J, MATHESON, Agent.  Mineral Act.  Form F   .  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  "Athelstan" Mineral Claim, situate in the  Grand Forks Mining Division of Yale district.  Where located:���Franklin Cauip.  '  TAKE NOTICE that I, Donald J. Matheson,  agont for William J. Prcndcrgnst, Free Miner's  Certificate No. 35867B, and John S. Boycc, Free  Miner's Certificate No. 35869B, and Orris. M.  Reeves, Free Miners Certificate No B50732, intend 60 days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for thc purpose of obtaining, a Crown  Grant of the abovo claim. |  And further take notico that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before thc issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 19th day of April, A.D. 1912.  D. J. MATHJCSON, Agent.  O NL Y  If you come to  me for treatment  expect  to  be  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 FEES 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 the'forms of Diseases of Men.  Consultation a/id instructive booklet.feue  at office or by mail.  210 HOWARD STREET  SPOKANE  WASH.  posi-  j  '���a  Dr. de Van's Female Pills  A reliable French regulator: never fail's    ti.ac.  Ji_ r ��"���   "'anea to any acJdraw.  rue Co., St. cattuwMw" Cpfc  CITY OF PHOENIX  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.      General Agents.  Issuer of" Marriajjre Lioences  Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  the first sitting of the Annual Court  of Revision for the Municipality of the  City of Phoenix, will be held at the  City Hall, on Monday, the 3rd day of  June, 1012, at 2 p.m., for the purpose  of hearing and determining complaints  against the assessment roll as made by  the Assessor for the year 1912.  H. Hartley, Ansessor.  Dated at Phoenix, B.C.,  April 19bh, 1012.  ���fS'  i':

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