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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jun 7, 1913

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 3&f^��?  i'Ta Vv-.;J-,'-K'7''^fc',V^  [:'y-"J','-0'lt'y:'''yi"  A  OR  Wi  ifiw-y  \a  V  \��-��.,  "������.-J*  wl  f f  v �����  r *���  1       IA.  f  HA''  mm  i  ^  The largest copper mines in  the. Dominion arc situated'  ' at Phoenix. The Granby  Co. employs 600 men, and  has a monthly pay roll of  over $30,000, while theRaw-  hido pay roll is $18,000.  if >(J  FOURTEENTH YEAR  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District  (���-- f   r\r   f i n r  **n9 I    ThbP  Pioneer   is  in   the  highest  fpalifcy   in   Oanada-  The Bachelors' Bail Preparing to Diamond Drill  The annual dance,  given   by  the       Page Boyles   rode   into camp on  Phoenix   bachelors,   took  place   on   Wednesday from  Spokane, the trip  Wednesday evening- and terminated   being made   by    motor, car.      The  about the  hour the  birds  began to   following   morning   he   left for the  sing the following morning.     There   Lame   Foot   group   of   claims,   in  was a big attendance of the married   Washington,   which  have   recently  folk, to whom a   pressing invitation   been    taken    under   bond    by    the  had been extended.     All the bache-  Granby Consolidated, and on which  lors were tagged with a silk ribbon,   his firm   has obtained  the contract  on   which    the    sympathetic   word   for  extensive   diamond   drill work.  "Bachelor"   was   prominently- dis-  The firm of Boyles Bros, are among  played.    Owing to the behaviour of the most  prominent  in this portion  many  of the  benedicts  at  the last  of the continent and have been iden-  dance,   when   a,   number  of   them   tilled with   the Granby  company in  so far forgot themselves ancl posed  its operations  in Phoenix for many  as single   men,   the committee or-  years, in   fact  almost  from-the be-  PHOENIX'  B-C" SATURDAY, JUNE 7,  1913  "altitude, 4,800 ft. The city  has a population of 1,500,  and possesses first-class  hotels, opera house, schools  Mining- Notes of British Columbia  mmamaamm*mamnanMmm*mamaamwnamaa  flirt Mrtl '*...-*.--       r  for the future more than the statement in the letter of the company, it  is quite within the range of possibility that the smelter will be greatly enlarged in the near future.  This will mean employment of a  large number of additional men, and  A tunnel sixty feet in depth will  be driven on A. B. Clark's mineral  claim west of Fort George. Eight  men are now at work on it. The  tunnel is now into a depth of about  ten feet.  Col. Dougherty, of Fort Steele, .��.6w umnrjer ot additional men, and  brought over a sample of the gold increased prosperity to the city of  he is panning from Wild Horse Ladysmitb. The present plan is  these days. The colonel feels con- said by experts to be the most  siderably elated over the bright economically arranged one in the  prospects for his mining property Prouince. Under the supervision  and the probability of an impetus to   of Mr. Watson it is   certain   to   be-  ��� -  "���- /-"���--i"*   ����*��   aimost   trom-the be-  the mining game this season.���Cran-  come one  of    the   most   important  dered all of them  to carry a badge  fining to the present  time the dia-  brook Herald. industrial concerns on the Island.   ,  on which was  inscribed  the fateful  mond drilling for  the big company      _ . , x.      n ;. . D    ,       .   D    ,;  ��� ���  . i .      . ���,        ,        ,      . The ore body struck recently by a       The   Butte   and Rocher de Boule  words,-"I am married."    Although   has been   conducted   under the sup-      .     , Cl     ���'   e. .      . :M:. ,-. ������ .   ���  ' ...     ���..:..:--���   -..'���'- raise in the Slocan Star,mine has  a   Mining  Co.   are   now   prepared   to  width of nine feet   and a content   of begin operations   on   the   Highland  values that ranges from 46 to 75 per  Boy   group which   they   purchased  ' -'�����''' ��� t*fipr��irQ to the   siyp  cent, lead and. 100 to 250 ounces sil-  last winter upon the  report   and re-      s  ver to. the   ton,   according   to   Dr.   commendation     of   J. P.   Jennings  Gomm of Sandon.       An advance of "*"���*  ISO feet will be necessary   to   reach  the ore body in the deep tunnel driven during the last year. The shoot  was entered by the raise at a point  several hundred feet above the third           .wujuugti   "�����"> uccn   conaucted   under tl  strong objection to this innovation ervision of the Boyles experts. As  was made by the great majority of evidence of the immense importance  them, the bachelors were obdurate, that the Granby's engineers attach  and all were accordingly branded to this up-to date and scientific me-  and  turned  loose,     In this connec-  thod of ..mine development, it might  Returns from North Thompson  Jas. McAuIifFe returned   to   town  on     Wednesday    from   his    ranch,  situated about 16 miles up the North  Thompson river.    Speaking of conditions in his district, Mr. McAuliffe  stated that about all the land worth  while has now been taken up,  but a  party after some   searching   might  possibly drop across a   piece.    The  chances are, however, very remote.  In regard to the laws   now  governing the settlement of land in B.   C,  both   provincial apd   Dominion,  the  rules   laid  down   by the former ace  much more favorable than the latter;  for whereas   the Dominion   government ordinance calls for   the settler  to clear and cultivate 15   acres,   the  The Red Metal  The copper is unchanged  at-15^  cents for lake   and   15^   cents   for  electrolytic says,the current issue of  the Boston Commerical.      There  is  a feeling   in   the   trade   that   prices  may be fractionally lower before the  next buying movement starts.    The  general tendency in other metals   is  downward at present, and it   would  not    be    unreasonable    to    expect  slightly easier prices   in   copper   as  well.     These periodical fluctuations  in the price of copper are the   result  of temporary influences, but they do  not indicate the wide swings of the  copper market.     Consumers bought  heavily   during   the    latter'part   of  March and early in April.     Many of  tion we might state that the commi-  tee had the strong support of the  married ladies, who in some cases  actually made it a condition for their"  attendance.  The Ironsides orchestra,  consisting   of   six   pieces,    provided    the'  the]  _     ���,,w  .-,.6ul ui uy tne company, for th  music, and have only their excellent  Boyles firm  were awarded the con  efforts  to   blnm**   f>... <-t��~  ���  be of use to point out that  Boyles firm are alone responsible  for fifty thousand feet of holes,  ranging in depth from fifty to  1500 feet each. This splendid  achierement has evidently not been  lost sight of by the company, for the  efforts  to   blame   for the  many encores they were called upon to render.      There  was   no  supper   provided, but   at  midnight a generous  supply   of icecream   and cake  was  served by a brigade of white-coated  and     aproned     amateur ���waiters.  The  floor   committee,    who     were  appointed   principally  by   reason of  . their good  looks, were   also  distinguishable by   their crimson badges,  and  all. worked   harmoniously   for  the success  ot  the ball, which-was  unanimously"voted  the^mest enjoyable of the city's social events  that  have taken placethis season.    ,  tracts for similar work at the Hidden creek mine, the results of which,  in conjunction with skilful mine  management, are to be seen in tbe  splendid progress made.  Tennis Club Commences Games  . The newly formed Phoenix  Tennis club have now about completed their court, and games .were  commenced this, week. ' With the  exception of another string of wiring  which is to be in place in a day or  so, all the important work is done.  We are requested by the secretary  to inform all those desirous of  joining to send in their names as  On Monday and  Tuesday of this   soon  as   possible   to   the   following  week the   United  Mine Workers   of committee:     L. S.   Davidson, presi  America paid out/relief to the strik-  dent;  E.    E.    Barnes,   sec.     treas.;  ing miners   of Nanaimo and district   Miss Ingram, Miss   May   and   Miss  amounting to $8000. McKeown.  level.  Superintendent   Connors    ���   gold dredge at Goldhill is well satis  fied with the result of operations   so  far.     Although the gold being taken  who was here all last  year. Mr.  Jennings is in town again and he  will have charge of the work this  year. He stated to the Herald that  his company had $20,000 available  for development purposes and    that  at  '   they were going   to  get    busy   im-  of   the  mediately. He  is leaving for the  ii ������..:..    mine   Sunday   and upon arrival will  first erect a camp on the   Highland  Boy claim close to the   tunnel   site.   . ^   ltJC   hkiii.ii ana early in April.     Many o  local government only demands- the  them taking enough to meet require-  cultivation of five. ments up to the first of July.   These  Some alteration has  also been   in  consumers   will  be   iri   the   market  of  a   homestead  again until  mid-summer.        'Mean-  in particular localities in the railroad   while the demand naturally has fallen  belt,   where  the   Dominion govern-  off.  rhent have reduced the area for The Copper Producers' associa-  individual settlers to 40 acres. Mr. tion figures for May are expected to  McAuliffe .also made a complimen-  show a further decline in   the  dom-  u  e ... ,���7 wouiiuose to tne   tunnel   site.  up is being saved and Mr.   Conners  A trail about a mile long has to  be  hopes to  still   further   improve   the  built to ennnprt fV.��   u:~t-<-    ���   ��  hopes to still further improve the  plant so as to make a better saving  than this. The operations of the  dredge indicate that there is gold  among the river boulders and it  now appears a certainty that when  all the required dredge alterations  to meet local conditions are made,  gold dredging on the Lardo river  will be a.decided success.���Kooten-  ain. ^  Less   than two months ago says  the Ladysmith   Chronicle,    Mr.    W  J. Watson left   for   England,   being  built to connect the Highland Boy  with the Rocher de Boule, but as  there is considerable snow, on top of  the mountain a snow trail will be  made first to enable them to get  supplies in, and to get the work  under way. On the , property is a  small basin through which the veins  run, thus giving an ideal tunnel  site^. The company -will drive  several hundred feet into the vein.  They will get a depth of 500 or 600  feet and the development will   be in  tary reference to the provincial  government for their splendid road-  making activites. "Better roads  could not be found anywhere," he  said. The weather, around Kamloops and district, like everywhere  else, is somewhat backward, but  the recent spell of very warm  weather has worked wonders. Mr.  McAuliffe has resumed his tailoring busjness   on Knob  Hill avenue.  A  Baseball Ground  The city authorities are whelping  I materially in enlarging the space of  the baseball ground, a couple of  teams and several"' men being employed this week in taking away  the rock from tbe" Idaho waste  dump for use on the city streets.  The   actual   work   ij,    also   making  mestic visible stocks. For the first  four months of the year there has  been a net decrease of 29,763,474  pounds. In the same four months  of last year there was a net decrease  of 24-388,666 pounds. Our copper  exports to Europe are largely responsible for the favorable statistical  showing here. The   outlook    in  Europe is improved and our May  exports undoubtedly will still further deplete the domestic available  supply.   �����       ���       '  The City, Dog Tax ';i  Owing   to   the'  unusually .'large,  number of, mongrel' and   ownerless-  canines    now    roaming    the    local  streets,"we   have   been   directed   to  call   the ' 'attention    of    bona    fide  owners to the fact that the city  dog  tax is due and payable  on or before  'June 15th. The authorities  have  ,.���ii^ fi u    .,      .,-   " '        -."���*�����/ n,e- As soon   as   the / good progress and tbe   ground   ex  I  *-"*" t"*J"��"��=  u.r or oeror  called there by the  doctors   of   the   necessary prefiminary work  ,". done, /cavated by the water proSss/s ���ow/*7"136 15th- The authorities  nav.  Pre-   Mr. Jennings states   that   his   com-   something to look Ht. Tbe  com   /ordered tbe Police to seize   any  dot-  vious to his departure  Mr.   Watson /pany  will   install   the   most modern/mittee issues  an   earnest   appeal for   r.��*minK unattended within th  I limits, which is not   decorated  viuusiuiiu.uepanure mr. watson t"'? vvjii install tfte most modern / mittee issues an earnt  expressed the belief that the smelter machinery and develop the mine on help in the above work  .......i,j �����_,..._   ___:���     __j  .     a large scale.   -He exnects   th.^   i��� U.        .   ,-..,.-.  ��� ���. ���f. ......  .   | a large scale.  ~He expects  again,   and in   this fall there wiil be some  The  Big-Store  NEW ARRIVAL IN THE GENTS'  FURNISHING DEPT.  SLATER SHOES  BELLS' SHOES  These two makes are pre-eminently the best on the Canadian  market. We have them in Black and Tan���in all the latest  lasts���Look them over !  would soon start up  this   conjector    he     w.as     correct.   ingS oti Rocher de Boule  mountain  While little is known   of  the   plans  ���Omineca Herald  and   it   will  a license metal.    The fee is $2.  with  Fit-Reform Clothing fop  >rin  See this wide range of new goods tailored in  the  largest and  best equipped Tailoring Establishment in Canada.  Stetson Hats Von Gol Hats  Fancy Shirts, Hosiery  and Neckwear.  When getting your Spring Toggery, visit the Store which has  the biggest range and newest goods. This brings you to us���  always.  K.P. Grand Lodge  The Grand Lodge of Knights of  Pythias in British Columbia, which  this year convened at North Vancouver, terminated its sessions on  Thursday, May 29.  features of the meeting was the reelection of Grand Chanceller Winn  of Rossland, for another term. This,  of course, is a new departure, the  grand lodge having set its seal of  approval on the suggestion of Mr.  Winn, that hereafter the old rule of  seniority should as far as possible be  dispensed with, and the positions in  the various subordinate lodges be  filled according to merit.  In the evening of the last day of  business, the delegates attended the  grand ball given by the members of  the North Vancouver lodge and  were also the guests at a banquet  in which the hosts were ably assisted by the members of the local  temple of Pythian Sisters. Kam  loops is the chosen place of meeting  for next year.    The delegates of the  Grand Temple Pythian Sisters were  also in session   at   the   same   time,  Mrs. Jas. Bateman representing the  sisterhood in Phoenix and   Mrs.   R.  J. Gardner acting in a similar capacity   for   Grand Forks   temple,   the  latter of whom was siginally honored by  her election   to   an office   in  the Grand Temple   of  British  Columbia.  Leave for Grand Lodge  The annual meeting of the Grand  Lodge,   I.O.O.F.    in this   province  will be held  at Nanaimo, on    Mon-I  day May 9th.  The Rebekah Assem  that   by |De grateful if that assistance  can be  D1S     ��" I secured any night between the hours; _ _      _  of six and eight P. m.,   or for  that Boundary Ore Tonnages  matter any time of day or night.        I     Following are the  returns   of the  ._,        ���.        .       ..      ,    ,, ,. .     output of  the   Granby   mines    and  The    Phoenix    baseball      artists  0���,.fi,._,. r^ *!,,�� ,���oai. o���^:������ r..���^ i  smelter for the week ending June 1,  journeyed to Greenwood on Sunday   and B. q. Copper   company for   the  and tried their hand with that city's   week ending  June   1st, and year to  ball twirlers.     The  match   resulted   date:  win   for   the locals who put it  'all over their opponents to the tune  of 8 to 2.  One  of  the   bly will also   convene  at   the   same  place. Snowshoe   lodge   will   be  represented   by   D.    Patterson   and  Sam McLeod, both  of   whom  left B* C- Copper Treatment  on Wednesday morning's train. The T,1e B- c< Columbia company's  representatives from Phoenix lodge, smelter treated 11.265 tons of ore  Daughters of Rebekah are Mrs. J. tllis week> as follows: Mother Lode,  E. Carter and Mrs. O. Bush, who 5,435; Rawhide, 4,982; Napoleon,  will leave today for  Nanaimo. 707; Queen Vict., . . . ; others, 141.     |  Granby 21,269  Mother Lode    4,914  Rawhide    5,043  Napoleon       668  Queen Victoria. ...      107  Others       313  SMELTER TONNAGES  Granby 23,585  B. C. Copper Co.. . 11,265  550,538  147,937  113,097  15,922  11,129  3,055  528,914  289,920  Craganour, a  rank outsider, won  the 1913 Derby.  Body Shipped to Spokane  The body of J. S. Hallberg, who  died after a few clays' illness in the  General Hospital, on Wednesday,  May 28th, was shipped to Spokane  on Saturday last. The deceased's  brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and  Mrs. John Swanson travelled with  the casket. The funeral took place  the following day  JHE Spirit of Spring prevails everywhere!    It  permeates the system���and everything1 glows  with Spring newness.  Of supreme importance is the effect of good  outfitting  TAILORED   CLOTHES  will help you to be well and correctly dressed;  they are correct in cut, right in fabric, perfect in fit and finish. Superior to the  custom tailor's production at half his prices.  Men, you'll look right, feel right, and what's more, when you buy here  you pay right.  ~"    "    " THE STORE OF  QUALITY  u$i  ���>$m  yM  ���A"-hi  -���fl  I f -���*, .-��� ������' ���<* r  ME   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  if  Ir  <<:*���>��� 'r. ���  fr^-, >   l*.vf  j'a."      -    '  i**4>lbf��> **'   ,'  |gr^��*V  ,  ��!Jj!i?^\t!��^    i  Concentrates  Every man who appreciates the  fadt that his personal appearance  can be a business asset, will  appreciate the good style- and  good tetfte of Fit-Reform Suits.  Let us show you some of theee  attractive business Suits for  business men. 782  Morrin Thompson,  Phoenix.  The first twins born in Fort  George arrived about a week ago  in the home of E. T. LaBranch.  M"iy 27 saw the thermometer in  Winnipeg hovering around 90 in  the shade. -A Galician died of sunstroke.  Nothing whatever has been heard  of the British barque, Gulf Stream,  whit h left Great Britain two years  ago for Vancouver, B.C.  T. W. Barbour of Silverton, died  in the hospital,  on May 27, the  result of injuries sustained in a runaway accident.    The deceased was a  native    of   Cumberland,    England,  and leaves a wife and two children.  Captain Rasmussen and his assistant, Frouchen, who recently reached the Faroe  islands  after having  crossed  Greenland,   has arrived at  Copenhagen.      The  explorers  say  they found documents which  Robt.  Peary, the American explorer,  left  in Greenland 21 years ago.  I    Today, Saturday, the new C.P.R.  [ Pacific steamer, Empress of Russia  is  King Ed ward Lodge  No. 36, A.F. and A.M.  Regular communication at 8  p.m.   Second Thursday of  each month.  Emergent meetings as called; Masonic  Hall, McHale Block.  Palmer J. Cook,  Jas. E. Carter, W.M.  Secy.  I. O. O. F.  Snowshoe Lodge  No. 46  Meets every Monday Evening at  Minci-s* Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.''*  W,alterR6ss,NobleCb(g)SI��rv~^^?.  Dan PmtBvaoja^^^^J^^  Sam McLfi^^ecV-SecyV,? ,f��'/>  5*-" ?      \r>"  ���mjt^-^v  ''*��?"  liter* of Rebekah  t Phoenix Lodge No. 1T  Meets in   the   Minqra', Upton   Lodge  Hall First and Third Wednesdays.  Mm. Amy Cook, Noble Grand.  Mrs. Kfllo Marshall, Secretary.  greet the coming of a case of  PHCENIX BEER  FRATERNAL ORDRR  OF EAGLES  expected to arrive at Victoria  It is confidently predicted that the  former record of 10 days 10 hours,  held by the same company's vessel,  Empress of Japan, will be cut down  by about two days.  Sunday real estate deals will not  stand in law in Alberta. That was  the effect of a decision handed down  recently by Chief Justice Harvey  when Alfred B. Swinsted brought  suit against another who sought  to annul an agreement in connection  with a real estate transaction which  was signed on a Sunday.  Railhead on the Canadian Northern, has reached a point six miles  below Boston Bar, .or a distance of  777 miles from Port Mann. The  steel will likely reach Anderson  creek by today, Saturday, when the  construction- of a steel bridge will  commence. The track has been  laid to a point twenty miles north  of Kamloops.      '       ',..-,  The Canadian Arctic expedition,  which" is to be under the charge of  Stefannson, will leave Victoria on  June 10. Captain Bartlett, who  accompanied Admiral Peary on his  I last trip, is engaged in superintend  , ling the taking on of supplies for the]  g-ood ,  Phoenix Aerie No. 1S8  Meets in Union Hall, Friday Evenings.  Visiting brothers are always welcome.  Quitman Work, W. P.  James Weir, W. Secy.  K. of P. Lodge,  No. 28  Phoenix,  B.C.  Meets Tuesday Evening at 7.80.  Sojourning brothers cordially wel  corned.  ^  J. E. Carter, K. of R. S.  Gordon Thomtson. C. C.  PYTHIAN SISTERS  Mountain Temple Lodge No. 17  Meets Jn Pythian Hall, Lower Town  First and Third Thursdays.  Elizabeth Pope  M.E.0.  Mrs. Mary McKenzie  M.R.O.  RECO STEAM LAUNDRY  The machinery in our Laundry has  recently been completely over-hauled,  and we are now in a position to give  our patroni the utmost ��-atisfaetion in  all kinds of laundiy work at the most  libera] uitcs.  We wash Everything   but   the  Baby.  A Trial Solicited.  Phone 50.   Dominion Ave.  WHY?  Because the Beer is so ��uuu|trip which  it is expected  wi��� ,ast  and wholesome it brings the about three years.    It is suggested  smile. ' that   the     name   of   the   ship   be  H. C. Brewster is the unanimous  choice of the British Columbia Liberal party as their leader.  Alfred Austin, the British poet  laureate since 1896, died on Monday at his home in Ashford, Kent.  Another . suicide has been added  to" the; already large list of'cases  that have occurred of late in Vancouver. The body, which has not  yet been identified, was found lying  in Stanley park.  An earthquake shock, the scene  of which was'apparently a great  distance from New York; S^S. W.,  was recorded on the instrument'of  the American Museum of Natural  history, last week. The needle of  the seismograph was disturbed for  nearly an hour.  The light cruiser Lowestoft,  which has taken about nine months  to build, was launched recently  from Chatham dockyard. He total  cost, including armament, will come  to about $1,800,000. By invitation of the Admiralty the launching  ceremony was preformed by Lady  Beauchamp.  Professor Fridbjoy   Nensen   gave  a most interesting  lecture   recently  to the  Society  of Sciences.        He  maintained that  the  so-cailed Gulf  stream, to which Norway is indebted for  its   temperate   climate,   and  which is of such   great  importance  in   the   fishing  industry,   does   not  flow from the Gulf stream, as  was  formerly supposed,   but   is   derived  from a  stream   which   flows  north,  skirting the coast  of North   Africa  and Western Europe.  Surrounded by an admiring throng  and faced by the entire Winnipeg  police force of 225 men, on their  annual inspection and parade, Sir  Rodmond Roblin, premier of Manitoba, on Saturday last presented  the King's medals awarded by His  Majesty to ex-Chief of Police John  C. McRae and ex-Constable Hugh J.  Brown. The medal won by the  late Constable Traynor was handed  to Chief of Police McPherson, who  will convey,it tothe window-of the  deceased constable.  CREAM  iAKIMG  A pare, wholesome, reliable Grape  Cream oi Tartar Baking Powder.  Improves the flavor and adds to  the healthfulness of the food.  Spokane Interstate Fair  "The   new   Premium List for the  Spokane   Interstate  Fair is out and  contains an unusually liberal list  of  of prizes.   Some of the new features  arc  the   Children's  department,' in  which   nearly   $400  is   offered,  the  Better Babies Contest   for $500  iu  cash, and a  generous   list  of  cash  and  implement   prizes   for  exhibits  from individual  farms   and ranches.  It is. surprising  that more people  in this  section   do  not compete  at  this show,   as   the   prizes  are   well  worth trying for.  We have received several copies  of this list and anyone wishing same  may get one at this office, or copy  will be mailed on request to the  fair association. We note that  the fair is to be held the week of  September 15, two weeks earlier  than usual.  The Scottish Home Rule Bill has  passed its second reading.  The Senate's Fine Work  The Naval bill was killed in the  Senate on May 30. The result was  decided at midnight by a vote of  51 to 27. It was almost a straight  party vole, though not quite. Senator lillis of St. John, a Liberal, voting against the amendment that  shelved thc measure, and Mont-  plaisir, the French-Canadian.;- Conservative senator voting for it. The  vote was taken in absolute silence,  although the galleries were crowded  with members of Parliament and  others of the general ���public. ������  It is expected that 400 boys from  the Vancouver public schools will  go into camp next month at Sidney.  Twelve of that city's schools have  now got their cadet companies, each  under a cadet instructor. The number will also be swelled by the addition of 150 boys of the Seaforth  Highlanders cadet battalion.  omzr  'PHONE 23  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  LIMITED  Shoes that Fit!  ,We make a specialty of Miners-  Shoes; good fit, nice shape, and  nothing but the best of stock used  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  NICK PALORCIA,  Knob Hill Ave.        Phoenix, B.<\  NOTICE  WOOD  First-class  Fir and Tam-  arac Wood, $5.50 per cord  Pine Wood,   $5.00 per cord.  Fir and Tamarac, double cut,  per cord, $7.00.  W >OD  DELIVERED   ON   SHORT  N> . ��CE. 'Phone B 32  h^y-'Miy  fjiL'^yy-.  NOTICE is hereby given that meetings of the Provincial Agricultural  Commission will be held at the,following places:��� "  Salmon Arm���May 27th, 10 a.m.  Enderby-May 28th, 11.30 a.m.  Armstrong���May 29th, 10. a.m.  Vernon���May 30th and 31st, 10 a.m.  Kelowna���June 2nd and 3rd, 10 am.  Sumraerland���June 4th, 10 a.m.  Penticton���June 6th, 10 a. m.  Keremeos���June 6th, 11 a.m.  Rock Creek-T-June 7th, 9.30 a.m.  Midway���June 7th, 2.30 p.m.  Grand Forks���June 9th, 2.30 p.m.  The Commission will hear evidence on  all matters affecting agricultural conditions in the Province. All persons interested are invited to be present.  W. H. Hayward, M.L.A.,  Chairman.  C. B. CHKISTBNSEN,  Secretary.  Scobell'ft Liquor, Tobacco  and Drii�� Cure *��rM;  Alcohol, Tobacec and Drugs.   It counteract* thc  ettects almowt inatantly���romotos all craving*.  After taking the irttatmetrt thara will aavar bo any  ce��d to drink lntetticonto at me dm*,-* again. Can  b��i give* aaotttiy. We haye, jot *��> bear of om  failure.   Muted undar Moarate cover   - ^rMfCTOboK, ort bore* for *'���  ��u "Druse com St. Gatoorlaec,  oear 01 ons  ship  changed to Borden,  No effort is to be made to disturb  the body of Captain Scott, nor  those of his companions who died  with him while returning from the  expedition to the South Pole. Lord  Curzon made this announcement  recently at the annual meeting-of  the Royal Geographical society,  when the society's medals were  presented to the widows of Captain  Scott, Dr. Wilson and the surviving members of the expedition. The  relatives of the (lead men expressed  a unanimous desire that the recovery of the bodies should not be attempted.  In the mountains of Oregon, a  quarter-breed Indian girl," named  Julia Walker, 20 years old, is defying the efforts of the authorities to  arrest her oh a charge of horsestealing. The girl and a companion named S. Jordan, were arrested on the streets of Heppner  and while being escorted to jaihshe  suddenly wheeled her horse and  made a spectacular dash for liberty  followed;by, a), hail of bullets. She  is a horseworhatfi of rare skill, while  her. marksmanship with firearms is  reported to be remarkable.  Advices  received   by   officials  of  the   White  Pass &  Yukon   Route  state that navigation on the Yukon  river opened en May 20 from   Lower  Lebarge,    85    miles  below   White  Horse, to Dawson.     With the exception of a few ice jams, which are  inevitable at this season of the year,  the river is now declared to be comparatively clear.     On June   5,   the  White Horse & Yukon   Route expects that conditions will  be  favorable for starting the steamer service  from White Horse to the mouth   of  the  Yukon River.      Five boats wil:  be  operated  as far as Dawson and  twe steamers from that point on  tc  Fat thank's.     The   summer   railway  service was commenced oft   Sunday  last.  JD-  '#��&&  DYOLA  If. Ihe CLEANEST, SIMPLEST, ��nd BEST HOME  DYE, one on buy���Why you don't aven have to  know what KIND of Cloth your Good* are made  of.���So Mistake* are Impoulble.  Send for Free Color Card, Story Booklet, and  Booklet giving results of Dyeing over other color*.  The JOHNSON -RICHARDSON CO., Limited.  Monti eal. Canada.  DRAYING  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders.      Phone A65  James G. McKeown  SEALED TENDERS addressed to the  undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for  Public Building, Greenwood, B. C"  will be received at this office until 4.00  P.M., on Monday, June 16,1913, for the  construction of a Public Building at  Greenwood, B; C  Plans, specification and form of contract can 6e seen and forms of tender  at the office of Mr. Wm. Henderson,  Besident Architect, Victoria, B. C., at  the Post Office, Greenwood, B. C, and  at this Department.  Persons tendering are notified that  tenders will not be considered unless  made on the printed forms supplied, and  signed with their actual, signatures,  stating their occpations and places of  residence. In the case of firms, the  actual signature, the nature of the  occupation, and place of Residence of  each member of the firm must be given.  Each tender must be accompanied by  an accepted cheque on a chartered bank,  payable to the order of the Honourable  the Minister of Public Works, equal to  ten per cent (10 p.c.) of the amount  of the tender, which will be forfeited if  the person tendering decline to enter  into a contract when called upon to do  so, or fail to complete the work contracted for. If the tender be not accepted  the cheque will be returned  The Department does not bind itself  to accept the lowest or any tender.  By order,  R. C DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, May, 21 1913.  Newspapers will not be paid for this  advertisement if they insert it without  authority from the Department.���41965.  DO   YOU WANT TO  MAKE MORE MONEY  IN placing your Newspaper Advertising-,  place the greatest value on the paper with the  greatest influence on its readers.  TO  Use the medium that is watched for every  week by the people of your community. '  Spend the money with the paper that is  read with interest. It reaches the people and  you know that you're getting into the homes of  the people you want to reach.  ���������;; imr :  Quality has not yet become popular, but  the day is not far distant when this will be one  of the main features of Newspaper Advertising.  In the meantime business men, who have faith  in quality, are reaping huge returns.  TOT  Remember first, last, and always, that circulation counts; that quality of service gives  quality in returns. The high priced medium  pays. Like the high priced servant, you will  find money well expended.  1ft  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.  TH'  The way to test the truth of this statement  is to send us the copy for your ad. right away.  The experience would not be an expensive one,  and satisfactory results are assured.  m  We use the most modern type and machinery money can buy, combined with thorough  .workmanship���a combination which enables us  to do the best work at a moderate cost.  The PHOENIX PIONEER  $2.00 per year, in Advance: $2.50 per year, United States  ,.rf>    *J>'  ir:. ��:,.,-;  *m:-***^nmM��v?*iw '. THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ���' J am on o W man���and man,]  never happened."���ELBE*  lyofmy trouble*  ���BTHUi  TBBARD  H^*<^^���&*^�� faco" 5? ��w.'biwy men and women tell  I    of doubt, fear and anxiety-more than disease or age. Worry plays  henlaiSS ��Cwm*.? ��nne^��*K8 "Z?1?m-��o thatdigestion is ruined and sleep  banlohed.   What oil is to the friction of the delicate parts of an engine���  BR. PIERCE'S  fiolden Medical Discovery  enrich n^ the blood, and the nerves and heart in turn are fed on pure rich blood.  Neuralgia-i. the cry of .starved nerves for food."    For forty yeir/��Ooldin  Now it can be obtained in tablet form-from dealers in medicine  or *end50 one-cent stamps for trialbox. WriteR. V.Pierce,Buffalo.  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  issued weekly  at Phoenix, British Columbia-  Subscription, 2.00 per year  2.50 to United States.  G. Kay, Publisher.  DR. PIERCE'S PXJSASAirr PEIXETS  Relieve constipation, regulate tbe liver,  and bowel*.    Easy 'to tafce����� *windy.  The  Queen's Hotel  OOMPLETELY REFURNISHED AND REFITTED  We beg to announce the reopening of the Queen's Hotel.    This  popular hotel has been completely refitted throughc't;  everything- new ancl up-to-date.    Large lofty rooms,  heated with hot water.   Perfect fire appliances.  Night and Day Service  Patrons of this hotel will  find  in  it all the comforts of home.  Perfect satisfaction is assured all our guests.    It is  the most centrally located hotei in town.  Bar Stocked with Best Wines. Liquors, Cigars  Chisholm & Hartman, Props.  FIRST STREET AND KNOB HILL AVENUE  ^  Your Milk Supply  Should come from healthy and vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  Separated Cream insures purity and  manner  quality.  The Dairy produces both.  THE  DAIRY      J. W. Hannam. Prop.  Come in and See  You will never know how good a Spring" Suit you can  get at this store until you come in and see our  Proper Clothes for Men  Style and Quality the Best  Prices to Suit every Pocketbook  If you  need Shirts,  Neckwear, Hosiery, Underwear, etc.,  you are sure to find here just what you are looking for.  THOS    BrOWn       Men's Wear Exclusively  Cleanliness our Watchword  The product of the local dairies is good, but ours is the best.  Cleanliness is our watchword, and no germ can pass our sentries.  Our poultry department has increased its supply of eggs. Let us  accommodate you. PHONE F 32  The Phoenix Dairy w���*������"SSSiS:  The Contral Hotel  NEAREST HOTEL TO FAMOUS GRANBY MINES  w^KmmtlmKf0g^ga^m^gmaaaaVaamKnaaaSM^*a9aWe^aaa9ataWS^  FIRST-GLASS ACCOMMODATION FOR  MINERS  Bar Stocked with the Finest Line of Wines, Liquors, Cigars  A. O. Johnson    -    -    -    Proprietor  ICE CREAiVI PARLOR  rams  We have arranged for a continuous supply throughout the summer of the FAMOUS HAZELWOOD  ICE CREAM. Special rates to parties. Cooling  soft drinks of varied flavor.  The Delicacy of the Summer Season���  HAZELWOOD ICE CREAM-TRY ONE  KNOB HILL AVENUE  ADVERTISING SOAX-K-  Appllcnllon for Liquor Liconco (SO days) ..85.00  Cortlflcnto of Improvement notice (0Oday��)"J7.6O  Application to.Purchase Land notices (60 days)  .......;........../......... .';���.���������..;. $7.��  Doliiiquo'nt Co-owner notices <90diiyB)vi..f 10.00  Small Water Notices (30 days)............ $7.80  All other legal advertising-,'',,!:*- cents a line,  single column, for the first Insertion; and 8  cents a line for each subsequent Insertion, non-  paroil measurement. ',.'������  Saturday, June 7, 1913  $60,000,000 Coming For C.P.R.  The Monetary Times draws attention   to   the   interesting fact  tha'  within   the next  eight  months   the  Canadian Pacific railway can bring  no  less   than   $60,000,000 of new  capital from   abroad   for use in this  country.    This sum is that-portion  of the amount realized on the com*  pany's ��� recent  stock   issue,, which  will  be   available   for   transfer  to  Canada.    It will be poured into the  company's coffers in London in four  instalments,    which     are    due  in  May and June, August and October.  This   means   that this one   railway  may  bring $15,000,000. across  the  Atlantic  every    two   months   until  Autumn.  On reaching Canada, these funds  will figure in the company's accounts  at Montreal, Winnipeg, Calgary  and Vancouver, and from these  temporary resting places be scattered far and wide over the country.  Much of the money will go in the  ordinary course to settle the claim s  of the contractors who are engaged  on the company's works. In this  way these contractors' obligations  to their own banks will be lessened,  the money will be widely distributed  in the settlement of commercial accounts and the tendency will be to  ease the financial situation at least  to a moderate extent.  Perhaps never before has a single  stock  market transaction rendered  such a huge amount of money avail  able  for this country,  and   it is re  marked   that the  arrival  of such a  large amount in -a period of string -  lived its usefulness,   and  like   the  House  of Lords,   is  determined to  enter  upon a  plan of opposition to  the*wishes of the Canadian people,  as   represented   by   the   House   of  Commons.     One would have imagined,that the  lesson   of the British  upper house would have served as a  warning  to   them;   but   as   events  have   turned   out,     the    wholesale  clipping of the \virigs  of the British  peers  has. no   significance   in   the  minds of our own-life-term senators.  But  if.   as   Lo rd   Mel bo u r n e  once  reminded Queen Victoria,  the  people  who make  kings, can   also unmake them, the1 same  rule can just  as  readily   apply   in    the   case   of  second, chambers.     The  situation,  however,  has  its   humorous   side,  and the fun is furnished by the fact  that  a large   number  of the Hon.  gentlemen,   who   are  so  solicitous  that the people should   pass judgment on  the  measure, are actually  themselves the rejected of the people,   their senatorial  togas   having  been awarded  as  a  sort of dis'incjj  ?  OF HOME UFE  Statements made hy patients taking ihe New Method Treatment   They faw it Cores  f37" No Name�� or Tcitimoniab u��ed without written eoueat  CONSTITVTIOXAI,  BI.OOD   IMSEASK  tion   for  being  thrown   out  at  polls.  the  The Mineral Alumite  The statement is made  that  the  fertility   of    the    soil    throughout  Europe  is    steadily    deteriorating.  An engineer is en route to America  seeking for the   mineral   known  as.  alumite,    which    will    supply"  the  elements which the soil  appears   to  be losing.    A deposit of this mineral  is found in Nevada,   and   the  dispatch announcing the  departure  ot  the engineer says  that,   if it   is  as  large as represented,   a  very  great  trade will be built up.    We suggest  to  prospectors  the  desirability    of  familiarizing    themselves   with   the  appearencs and qualities of alumite,  so  that  they  may  know it if they  should happen to find it.       It is not  common mineral.���Colonist.  Patient No. 1G471.    "Tho spots oro all  gonr- from my lob'B and urma it ml I fool  ��� Booi.1 now. I tm very grateful to you  and shall ncvor fared tho favor your  mcdlolncq havo dono for me. You can  uso my name in recommending 11: to  any sufferer. 1 urn eolns to Ket married   soon;     Thanklnc   you  onco  more,  ���etc."    ,."��� -.-;: .   ,.'..'.  ���.  SAYS JTWO MONTHS  CORED HIM.  .'-'Patient :No.' 1G7G5. Abo 23. Slnslo.  Indulged In Immoral huita 4 yeara; Do-  posit tn urine nnd drulns at night.  Varicose Veins on both sides, pains In  back, weak sexually. Ho writes:���"!  received your letter of recent date and  in reply! am pleased to say, that after  taking two months' treatment I would  consider myself completely cured, as I  have seen no signs of them coming  back (ono year).  THE WORLD SEEMS D1FFEBENT.  Patient No. 1G023. "I have not had  a regular Emission I don't know when  and am feeling fine. Tho world seems  altogether dliroront to me and I thank  Ood for directing mo to you. You have  boen an honest dootor with me."  VARICOSE VEINS CUBED.  Cone N��. 1G888. Symptoms when he  Btartod treatment:���Age 21, single, Indulged in iimnor.il habits several years.  Varlcoso Veins on both sides���pimple*  on  the   faco,   etc    After two  months*  ��� l reatment ho writes as follows:���''Your '  welcome   letter to  hand  and '.am  very  glad to say that I think myself ourod.;.  My Varlcoso Veins have completely dis--1  appeared for quite a while and it seems  a  cure.     I   work   harder and- feel   less  tired.    I have no desire for that habit  whatever and If I, stay like this, which'  I have  ovory reason to  believe I will.  Thanking you for your kind attention,"  .etc., . ��� \ ���  rOAlNED 14 POijNDS IN ONE MONTH.  Patient No. 13522. This patient (aged  OS) had a chronic case of Nervous De- '  lllty and Sexual Weakness and was run  down In vigor and vitality. After ono.  ���month's troatment he' reports as follows:���"I am feeling very well, I have  gained 14 pounds In one month, so that  I;will have to congratulate you." Later  report:���"I am beginning to feel more  like a man. , I feel my condition Is  getting better every week." His last report:���"Dear Doctors���As I feel this Is  the last month's, treatment that I w(ll  havo to get, I thought at one time I  would never bo cured but I put confidence In you from the start and you  have cured me."  Caruso's very bones are musical,  says Dr. William Lloyd, who recently examined the tenor's throat  after he had abandoned his engagements a couple of years ago. "If  you tap one of his knuckles," says  the doctor, "it gives out a higher  pitched and more resonant tone than  those of the average person." Now  if this  is  the case   and  Enrico is a  CURES GUARANTEED OR NO PAY  .. Wo treat and cure VARICOSE VEINS, NERVOUS DEBILITY 1RLOOD ANO  URINARY COMPLAINTS, KIDNEY AND BI-ADDERVDISEAS^ aVd .u Da��7S  peculiar lo men. , r^v  n. CONSULTATION FREE. BOOKS FREE. V.; unable to call write for ��� Question  Blank tor Home Treatment. %*�������>�����������������  IUHflk^' MfYTI f^F Aii '*l'��"�� from Canada mutt be addressed to our Can-  SlPsssV    ��� *^v^ *  sl>m��ri adisn Crrretpondence Departmenta* fellowsi  "   ~      sssVsssMsjsssMHMBBsl     DR3. KENNEDY & KENNEDyIwINDSOR, ONT.  Drs KENNEDY'S KENNEDY  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Growold St.,   Detroit, Mich.  Hotel Brook 1 yn  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      Modern Bathrooms.  STEAM HEATED.  James Marshall, Prop.  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix, B.C.  walking musical box, what kind  ency might work harm; in causing! of a note would he have given out  merchants and speculators to aban-f supposing that lady's husband had  don their present cautions and conservative attitude which is the salvation of the situation. What is  required for a complete cure is a  continuation for some time yet of  the present abstention from speculation and from excessive borrowing.  Bankers are advising men to go  slowly and carefully, to keep their:  lines of credit well within control,;  and to postpone unnecessary extensions of plant or business activity.  How to Prepare Quartz Samples*:*  Valuable instructions on how to.  prepare quartz samples for the  assayer are given by Wm. Sime;  Yukon territorial government assayer, stationed at Whitehorse, who  writes as follows:  "I often get samples, and principally from the Dawson end, which  are too small to make duplicate  assays on, and have some pulp left  over as well for control and umpire  work, that is, to have some left  over to give back to thesenders and  have the assays checked elsewhere,  if they wish to do it.  "Every sample of ore sent for  assay should weigh, after through  sampling, at least a quarter of a  pound, in order to have enough pulp  left over after making, duplicate  assays, for control and umpire work.  All samples should be properly  tagged with owner's name, district  they come from, and numbered.  Also it will greatly assist the assayer  in his work, if the sender stipulates  for what metal or metals he wishes  his samples assayed. In many instances, no instructions at all arrive  with the samples, and consequently  the assayer has to make assays for  several elements, whereas the sender  as is generally always the case,  merely wishes returns for gold   and  silver."   ��.   The Senate and the Navy Bill  Canada's senate, like a few other  second chambers, has evidently out-  applied a liberal dose of American  shoe leather for his unwelcome attentions to his wife outside of the  New York monkey house. The  Aeolian harp would be a back number when compared with such a human dulcimer as Caruso.  The Slocan Record gives the following/useful instructions for those  -whose^ business, takes them along  the lonely, highways and byways of  the-r-Slocan district:  "If a person going along one of  th'e mountain trails is treed by a  she- bald face, what is he to do?  Send -a wireless to the provincial  police for a hunter's license and a  rifle, or come down the tree and  arbitrate with baldy and her cubs,  or starve to death?  d. l. Mcelroy |  SOLE AGENTS FOR PRINCETON COAL  Dealer in Lumber, Shingles, Lath  and Cedar Poles.     Stull Lag*g*an.  First-Class Fir & Tamarac Wood.  MOVING MACHINERY OUR SPECIALTY  If Tired of Wood, try Princeton Coal  The" Hon. G. E. Foster and Hon.  Frank Tudor, Australian minister  for customs, have had further conferences on the subject of reciprocity between Canada and Australia.  When they next meet eacli will  submit a list of the items in which  each country is prepared to recip  rocate and in which each desires  .reciprocity.  BOOKS AND STATIONERY  Fancy Goods, Dolls and Toys, Kodak Films and  Supplies, Musical Instruments and Supplies, Newspapers, Magazines and Periodicals���School Sundries.  Wallpaper and Decorative Pictures  Cig*ars, Tobacco and Smokers' Sundries  Endless Variety of Goods Suitable for Presents.  AL. ALMSTROM  All the Latest Newspapers, Magazines  > It must be inspiring to the Liberal  party in the country to think that  the actions of their representatives  in Parliament have pleased every  enemy of the British Empire the  world over.  If Laurier wishes to regain the  confidence of the people lie must  first realize���however distasteful  realization may be���that this country  is British and has every intention of  Sir McKenzie Bowell, wno is 90  years of age, spoke for an hour and  a half in support of the Navy B I!,  and evidently realized the truth of  the saying that none are so bli id  as those that won't, see.  New Laid Ranch Bggs, 35c. per dost.;  3 doz. Tor $1.00.  New Zealand Fresh Grass Creamery Butter, 40c. per lb.  "Empress" Creamery Butter, 40c. lb.  Choice Breakfast Bacon, 27c. per lb.  Sugar Cured Hams, 25c. per lb.  Pura Leaf Lard, 51b. Pail, S1.00.  Ontario Cream Cheese, 25c. per lb.  Salt and Smoked Fish  .5     *ma B   m*m  Wholesale and Retail Butchers and Produce Merchants  PHOENIX, B. C.       PHONE 2  Insurance Agent  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE GLASS,  COMMISSIONER FOR TAKING  AFFIDA\ ITS  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX, B"C,  ������    '/I  %m  'J* J yX^vv'.'  K.->-  /.����� i  1  i  THE. PIONEER,   PflOENIX,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  V  lil  :    n  J. K. MEJCREDY, Prop.  l-y X *** ���>  Special  ���Dinner  '���'IMn'I'BWIMKBEB'MMVnWnnWn'JBWMH  * r  will be served every  Sunday Evening  from 5 to 7.30 p.m.  MEALS FIFTY CENTS  Miss j Huddart of Grand Forks, arrived in town on Tuesday evening.  -rMrs.' Jas. Marshall leaves today for  Nanaimo.  left on Monday for  i Dnn Buchanan  Vancouver.  We  Cater for Suppers  Private Parties  and'  P ivate Diriingroom Shortly tp  < '  be Constructed.  i *  Heals Served at'all Hours.  SYNOPSIS.OF COAL     $r  MINING'REGULATIONS  ,( Born���At Phoenix^ on June 4, to Mr.  and Mrs. Tony Turano. a son.  *   Born���At Phoenix, on June 3,   to  Mr. and Mrs. Pete Turano, a son.  Marion Best loft during tKe week to  take the waters at Halcyon Hot  Springs.  Geo. Barnes came up from the Porks  on Tuesday and intends to settle on ce  more, in the old camp. '  Miss Annie McKeown, who has been  paying a short visit to relatives in  Nelson, returned home on Monday.  Mr. aud Mrs. D. Vignoaux spent a  couple of days visiting in Grand Forks  this week.  Mrs. Albin Johnson and children returned to tho city on Wednesday from  a week's .visit to relatives in Grand  Forks.  Miss Robinson, nurse on the staff of  thc general hospital, left on Monday  for a two week's vacation in Calgary,  Alia.  Mr. and Mrs. John Swanson returned to town on Wednesday from Spokane, where they went to attend the  funeral of the late J. S. Hall berg.  Miss JEtta Murray returned,to town j  on Saturday from a few days' visit to |  her bisters in Spokane.   Mrs. Murray  sary before laying a complaint is,to  make certain he has landed, and not  mistake the substance for the shadow.  The surgeon might have a little difficulty in locating the point of contact.  While driving along the Eholt road,  on Saturday last, Warren Mattinson  caught sight of a large black bear  sitting unconcernedly by the side of  the road. He told a Pioneer representative that the beast was the largest  he had ever seen, somewhere about the  size of Pat Burns' off-mule.  \t *  jZ-SLIef-  jrf'.&'r *������   -,  '   i _  Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  1   iu ^Manitoba,' 'Saskatchewan and Al- j left on Thursday for a. short visit,  btu;ta;' the Yukon Territory, the Noi th- j    Mrs. Leo. Stalls,  who has been the  west Territories and in a portion of the  guest of her sister." Mrs. J. Mulligan  Province of British Columbia,"may be  for some days past, returned on Mon-  leased for a term of twenty;one years  day to her home in Spokane.  t   at au annual rental of $1 an acre.', Not      Johu McKenzie and J. F. McDougall  ,: more than 2,660 acres will be leased to  have arl.anged to leave town today for  ,; one applicant.  , -    V '     - a short   vacation   on  the  coast' and  '  Application for a lease must be made  The news reached town early this  week that Thos. Richards, who went  to the coast some time ago for the  benefit of his health, is lying seriously  ill at one of the Vancouver hotels.  Mrs. Richards is at present assisting  her daughter, Mrs. J. Campbell of  Grand Forks, one of whose children is  very sick. , ^  * The Rev. ;J. J. Nixon, who has been  appointed t'o the pastorate of the Rossland Methodist church, left on Wednesday, with Mrs. Nixon, to assume  charge of tho church there. A tiutn  ber of friends were at the depot to say  good-by.   "-, i-i  Father Ohoinel announces that on  Saturday next, June 14th, His Grace,  Archbishop Casey, of Vancouver, has  signified his intention of visiting the  church invPhoenix., On the evening  of tho dajr' of his arrival"there will be  a service with sermon at 7.80 and the  following'Sunday, June 15, at eight  o'clock Mass, the' children who are to  be confirmed will partake of their first  Communion, to be followed ,at ten  o'clock by High Mass and confirmation. In, the afternoon at Greenwood  His Grac�� will confirm the children of  the church there vat 4.30. A hearty  welcome Hs extended jto ,the general  public to be present.     ,  SW5  Div. II.���Enis Abranson, Bessie  Eustis,' R. McKinnon, E. Matheson,  R. Owen, J. Rowlands, H. Stafford,  and Catherine -Williams.  Div. III.���A. Almstrom,H Bakke,  Flora Blundell, G. Eustis, Angelina  Mussatto, G. McGuigan, L. Nak-  was, Alice Peterson, Henrietta  Thompson, and W. Williams.  Immigration   Restrictions  We understand   that  explicit   instructions   have   been  conveyed  to  the  Dominion  immigration   officers  at  the  Boundary   ports of entry to  enforce  the, regulations  governing  the admittance of aliens into British  Columbia and elsewhere.    Hitherto  for,the benefit of railroad   contractors the letter of the   new  law   has"  not been enforced,   with   the   result  that Southern British Columbia and  coast points are being over-run with  unskilled'labor of a not very  desirable type.        After this,   with   few  exceptions, any immigrant not coming direct from his own country to a  point in Canada will be denied  admittance.  ~l  0  If you are afflicted with boils, pimples, scrofula, salt  rheum, eczema, or any other indication of impure blood, don't  waste time and money in external remedies for the treatment of  these symptoms.  YOU CAN  AVO.P ALL THESE THINGS  **��a**��aa^***aWm***mmama*maaaamM  BY TAKING  NYALS' BLOOD  PURIFIER  *{mir'-* "���>"-'i:a'/'Vi''Ka"eh* application  i&M&<;yy\l<>'~yyf<v*m "  by the applicant in person to the  Agent or Sub-Agent of the, district in  which (ho rights applied for are situated" "> * ~ ���   ' ' *   V  ' In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal sub-  'diyisions of sections, and^ in   unsur-  veyed ",territoryMthe tract 'applied for  shall'be istaked put by the applicant  himself.;..' "        ,iv  .,-,*        '"1  ,  must" be' acconi-  ianied-by"a fee,of $5 which will be re-  ;unded*if',the righte^,pplied forarenot  available^but not^ofcherwise. *f���'A_royal-  ty isbaUjOe Spaid. on ^tne merchantable"  b<utb^6��^t'he^ine>^tf'\tne','ratJeV~o^five  ���' Vttl^^sm^^^t * -y * ?r^r*         pei^nfo^ratingyihe'fniine^shaU  *H*^furnisn the*Agentrwitb..sworn returns  ^Sa^bitnl^-ig^or^tloe^full,<quantity.; of  !i"^nierchanfcablecoal,)i>ined and"1 pay 'the  ^'-royalty''thereon, ���flfjbhe coaLmining  ^xights are not(being operated, such nce-  'l turns should he furnished at least once  .   a year.   *      .  ��/-'�����.  The lease will include the coal mining I  Vancouver island. .   ,  f i  " "Walter- Kennedy, of Greenwood,  was. in town on Tuesday drumming up'  orders for tobacco, cigars' and'jehoco-  late goods, for which he is the Boundary agent of prominent eastern firms.  'Tuesday. June 3, being,the birthday  of King George,' there was a��holiday  in the public school. Our old college  chuqii'was born in 1865, and is thus 48  years ot age, .   ,".*"{ ^  > "Miss['Ingram left,onu Saturday last  for Spokane- jfor the, purpose of.atten-  jivaj&jw& wedding of her brother, Jos.,?  -.to -"-MieBjt Clara Rundberg 'bf. Spokane  and formerly of Phoenix!" -A -"���    > <<.- < .  l4'JL,kbdak>makes 'a fine 'companion f or  those Sunday afternoon walks. Why  not possess one add keep a record of  youi; summer outings.-   Almstrom has  School Matters  The examinations for admittance  to the, high   school   takes  place   in  Greenwood on   the   18th, I9th   and  20th of/this *^month. , On. Wednesday, L.JBruce"; government inspector  visited,  the  local jschool-and   conducted an examination* in   reading,  the result of which,-we understand,  was eminently satisfactory.'      The  recent scarlet fever scare played sad  havoc ' with    the    attendance   last  month and<only a very  small> number'figured-in   the,full  attendance  hst.     Division I. "heads'the list with  ^a percentage of 93, while the  other  two sections  tied with  88 per  cent  each.      The schools   will  close   for  the   summer  vacation   on    Monday  June 30.  Card of Thanks  Mrs. J. S. Hallberg and children  express their grateful thanks to  their many friends in Phoenix for  their kindly , offices and sympathy  extended to them in their sad bereavement.  Sometimes there are  no  outward  symptoms  of impure  blood, but instead there  is a feeling of langour, a  run down  listless, condition, loss of appetite,���showing that the organs and  , tissues of the body are not being nournished as they should be.  The use of,. Nyal's Blood Purifier is followed by the  most pleasing results. The boils heal up and disappear;- the  skin becomes soft and smooth again, instead of "harsh and  scaly, or pimpled. 1*he liver is stimulated, the blood enriched,  and soon the whole .sysiem feels the beneficial effect of this  excellent remedy.  Phoenix Drug Company  'Phone 16. T. S. Quance, Manager  Another Automobile For Phoenix  e  The Morrin, Thompson.company,  who  are   the agents  for   the  well-  known Overland motor cars, recent-  ly disposed of one of the famous machines to , N. J.   Carson.      The car,  which was,only one of a large consignment, was  given" a  try-out on  the   roads   surrounding   the   camp,  and found   to be fully up to all that  the rriakers> claimed for it.      A   very  striking and  convenient   feature  in  the lighting arrangement, electricity  being tbe agent  employed.        The  machine is equipped with  a   motor,  which   when the car is travelling at  fifteen miles or over, generates   and  stores the .batteries.  The Direct  Route  to all B. C.  Coast Points  via the  a wide assortment' of kodaks and pre- f     The following pupils were neither!  EC  Eli.  I"  fS'  rights only, but'the lessee may be per  mifcfced to purchase whalewr .available  surface rights*- may ���* be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at the rate of $10.00 an acic.  -For full in formation * application  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of 'the 'Interior, Ottawa,  or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  -��   . ���"'- W.W.CORY,  ., Deputy) Minister of^the Interior.  N.B.���Unauthorized  publication   of  this'advertiseiuentwiil not be paid^for.  mos to select from.  Every Woman  ���Is Interested and should know-/  v  tabout the wonderful    ���*  MARVEL Whirling Spray  .  Tho no* Vaginal Syringe    Best  ���Most convenient.   It cleanses  ��� injttntljr.      Ailc your  ��� druggist for jf  I,  ���'  ifhe.  MAH  cannot supply ti  .VEI.acc&ptno  tnd sump (or lilt  nnot sup  El.acotj  but send sump t  Iraok���tcaletl   Il_   uUrs and UlrBCtions invaluab  WINDSOR SUPPLY CC.t  Windsor. Out. Ccncral Acentt for <   ,..��� J'ustrated  iKMk���tcaletl   It ��i��e< (oil  ! Mrs. A. Smith and children arrived  iu the city on Wednesday from  Grand Forks, and have taken up their  residence on Brooklyn avenue. Mr.  Smith is in charge*1 of the local Great  Northern passenger.  Mr. and Mrs. O. Tipping, left for  their home in Vancouver on Monday.  Mr. Tipping is interested in a number  of Very promising copper-gold claims  adjacent to the property-.of the Brit-  ania Mines company on Howe sound.  Mr. and Mrs. Brunton, accompanied  by Messrs. E. McCutcheon and Rogers,  with B..W. McCutcheon of the Nelson  branch iof tlie Bank of Commerce,  drove up from Greenwood on "Wednesday for the annual dance of the  Phoenix bachelors.  If a party is so -inconsiderate as to  plant a couple of blows on the top of  your think tank, the first-thing neces-  late nor absent from a session during the month: , /  Div. I.���E. Blundell, Kathleen  Draisey, Marjorie Elkins, F. Hufty,  Annie Hendrickson, K. McKilla,  and Marjorie  McCammon.              -  ���i-  **��B1RECT FPQMFA���ffiifto]  dtrWE  OVER $25  lmm&  mmm  Once A Year Newspapers  There exist several journals that  make their appearance only once a  year. These are published within  the confines of the north polar  circle. The Eskimo Bulletin, for  example, is edited near Cape Prince  of Wales, on Behring Strait.  Here, in a village inhabited by  Eskimos, the English missionaries  have established a school, and as  only one steamer lands at this place,  and that only once a year, the news  that it brings is consigned to a sheet  of paper printed with the mimeograph. Its size is eight by twelve  riches. The paper is very thick  and only one surface is used.  The Eskimo Bulletin in a subhead  claims to be the "on|y yearly paper."  This, however, is an error, for there  is an annual ->heet published in God-  thaab, Greenland, where, a small  printing office was established in  1862, whence news .sheets and  lithographic prints have been issued.  The journal in question is entitled  Atnagagdlintit, Nalinginarmik Tus-  aruminasassumik, that 'is "Something for reading: accounts of all  sorts of entertaining subjects. ��� The  language. is that of Greenland, a  dialect of* the Eskimos.  Great Northern Railway  Vancouver, $17,85; Victoriav.*8e��tt.e$17.85  New Westminster, $17.85  ^   t  DIRECT CONNECTION AT SPOKANE  For additional information communicate with  J. V. INGRAM, Local Agent.  Victor, Victrolas  and Records  We are agents for these goods, and can  supply you with them very quickly, as  well as save you money on the transaction.  E. A. Black, Jeweler  Union Store  D. OXLEY.  Proprietor  Begs to announce that he has secured the sole agency in Phoenix  for the Frache Bros., well-known Nurserymen of Grand Forks,  and will hereafter carry an assortment of  Cut Flowers, Wreathes and a" I*?** House Plants  FINE EST LINE OF FRYS" CHOCOLATES, CANDIES, ETC.  EXCELLENT LINE OF CIGARS, PIPES, TOBACCOS  RELIEVE INSOMNIA  Tm\  3F&  ^\F^an�� WE ESSTimFISQQir  You Cam Bay "DOMINION PRIDE" RANGE At Factory Price  Direct From The Largest Malleable Range Works In Canada  ; made, write  .        .,  ^   . ��� .   -.^    _. ,, . .      - .    ���   " ������  ---��> r�� y��n "would have to say  from $69 to $78 for it.   You would be paying two extra profits���to wholesaler and retailer���which would odd  f25 to foo to the cost of your range, but absolutely nothxas to  its value. ^  MATHIEU3  NERVINE POWDEES.  V Far JUato&e.arid Heunlgta.  ��� ' Canaeaf Oyf**. Mmykte* ar Ctketl  Om tMe*at*w4r) wMot ami a.l*m pawim *iK  If your dealer cannot supply you,,the  J. L. Mathieu Co., Sherbrooke, P.Q.,  sends box postpaid on receipt of price.  Stc&fetation  CocfcSlove  ft-  'j  Tbe Evalntlen of  the Cook SJove"  T"SZXS about  cooking: from  the lime tbe  Care Dwellcre  dropped hot stones  Into the pot to boil  It. It also tells all  about "Dominion  Pride" Range*.  Whether you need  a. Range jtut now  or not yon will  enjoy readme this  book  Write fer Free Copy,   j  Besides costing much  less than other  "DOMrNIOW PRID3" is ranch more satisfactory" It to made of"  ����IM ta   IU elasa,  the  . ���    ,_   . -j rr-;-���. tory.   It to made of tonah.  strans. mallaabi* iron and the best blua polished stasl-cnaterials which ��rfU  not warp, crack or break.  . . uTh-��,f,?JiJ?'ed ,*Jee,��d^e* no^ need blacklnjt-ateiply rttb it over with a  cloth.   With it* cold rolled: steel plate oven���sectional iron fire-bosUnicr  WT-,t����?bT^hT*��l^fr^���?diJ,,ouble���,ralle<, fluc�� Uaed w1^ asbestos-toe  "DOIOHIOI* PRIDB" U the most economical ranee you can toy. Actnsl  tests hMre proved that it ura ore* 30ft of rnet bornin* eltter wood  Of Cttro  *"        WE PAY THE FEEBGHT  A "DOsfXOTOH PRIDS" Range, with high docet shelf and derated  tank or Eush teaenroir, with zinc sheet to go under range. ( sections  bine polished steel pipe and two elbows, ��� Wll be delivered to any station in  Ontario, Quebec or the Maritime Provinces lor J<t, or to any station in  the fourWestern Provinces for $49���$5 to be sent with order and balance 1o  be paid when the Ranee Is delivered at y sur s.ation. U not canvaniant >���  pay casta we will arrange to accept yournjte.   .  Mineral Act  Greenwood    ^tSg^G rL^lOG  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 8.45 a.m. *j  .." ���"        lower town,   9.00 a.m. [Standard Time  Leave Greenwood .  3.00p.m. J  PROMPT  ATTtSNTION  TO  EXPRESS AND FREIGHT  J. FULLER, Proprietor.  SYLVESTER K FRACTIONAL  MINERAL CLAIM.  Canada Malleable & Steel Range Mfg. Co., Limit sd, Oshawa, Ont  Wban writing it will be a dbtxnist favor to us if you will mention tbij�� papma:  Situate in the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District. Where located:  Greenwood Camp.  Take notice that I, D. J. Matheson,  as agent for Adolphe S. Sercu, Certificate No. 61779b, intend, sixty days from  date hereof, to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of improvements for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action  under section 37 must be commenced be-  ��� I fore the issuance j?f -such Certificate of  ��� ! Improvements.  Dated, May 30th, 1913,  D. J. Matheson, Agent.  60   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  The Rev. A. E. Bell will conduct  a. union set-vice in the Methodist  church .tomorrow, Sunday, June 8th,  at 7 30 i>.m.    A hearty welcome.  St. John's Church���Sundays: Holy  Communion, 8a.m.; Matins, 10.30 a.m.;  Holy Communion ancl sermon, 11 a.m.;  Sundav school, 3 p.iu,; Evening service, 7*30. Week days: Matins, 7.30;  Evensong, 0.30. Wednesday, Holy  Communion, 9 a.m.  The stated services in the Catholic  church are as follows: First and third  Sundays-in tho month. Mast: at 10  a.m., Sunday School at' 2.30 pm.;  Evening Service at 7.30 p.m. liov.  Father Choinel, pastor.  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac  Anyone sending a sketch and description sis?  quickly necortnln our opinion free whether i  . .i._ ^----pnt   '"  lal.   ���  ugh.   tpeciai notlcf, without charge, in the   jlr i ,     Invention 18 probably patflntflt?Ie,_ComrriUDlc��-  . ;saencrlorseourlnfrpat   ....  Pntonts taken through Wunn _& Co. racolTS  tlonmtrlotlrconQdontftl. HANDBOOK on Patents  ���entfroo. OldestaaencrforseourinffPatenta.   ih Wunn ,'-"���-  9*  JjoxKott clr-  Torms Xor  .- --.   d.   Sold by  all neuBrtorvlcre.  HflNN jttoi^��f* New York  Branch Offloe, 426 V 8t^ Washington, D. O.  A handsomely Illustrated week:}-,  Silatlon of any ucleutlfla Journal.   _  anada, f ;i.75 a year, pootage pi opal d.


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