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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jun 21, 1913

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 1*--'  �����nf<^w!y^pww"��f��p  ���ri3AWWluJiA. ifr^M*^.  ^"���^^SS^Wll  '"^j^w-'jasHHS  'sK"  -"''   A.'  -JL  /  . *'l  w  The largest coppnr mines in  the Dominion are situated  at Phoenix. Tho Granby  Co. employs 500 men, and  has a monthly pay roll of  over $50,000, while the Rawhide pay roll is $18,000.  FOURTEENTH YEAR  Devoted to the ,nt.��.ts of the Boundary mnlng District  Where Is Hidden Creek? Base BalI  to^,aU^abIleff0rt iS bei"8 made      The '^orioas    events    of last  to advert.se the resources of Grand  winter    which    attended   the  local  rorks and district, which, as every J hockey    team    are    decidedly    ��ot  one co���versailt with   that  charming  being, repeated   in     the   realms   of  district knows, ,s well worthy of the | baseball.     And ~the   cause   for the  serious attention of both the mining I defeats can with   truth attributed to  man and agricultural  settler.     But  the absence of a suitable ball ground  Grand Forks needs no misrepresen-  for the boys to practice  on.      Wed  tation   of ,ts   resources.     Its bona  nesday saw  the    locals    lined    up  nde merits need ��� only be known to against, the Grand   Forks  nine  and  make  that  place  what its citizens J the resultant defeat   of Phoenix  by  claim for it.     In this connection our fa score of 11-0   was   not  quite   un  attention has been directed to a full- expected.  page advertisement   in  the  current       An additional supply of water has  issue of the B.C.  Sunset, or rather  now been   obtained   by  conducting  to that naratrranU ,���U:~U A��r.i ._!...._ -   . J    wuuuwny  PHOENIX, B. C, SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1913  Mining Notes of British Columbia  I  i   t   ...... .  ' '���  1  ^PnS��rT,terk|'hMri^^  undertaken  by   J.  Pnnce Rupert and got  th��n�� W.    Hart    and   Wm.    McDonald.  This coal was staked   by  them last  summer and   they did   considerable  prospecting,   satisfying   themselves  that the fields, were   worth developing.     About ten  days ago they arrived at Skeena Crossing and started  at once packing in a bunch   of supplies to enable them to  work   eight  or ten men all   summer, and  fall.  Omjneca Herald.  The Inland Coal and   Coke   com  from Prince Rupert and got things  started immediately on the Highland  Boy group on Rocher de Boule  mountain���Omineca Herald.  W. B. Dornberg was in town  Wednesday on his way to Leadville.  He is largely interested in Treasure  Mountain silver-lead mine, the  tunnel in which is now driven 360  fee*.���Similkameen Star.  torparagrhw,  northern  portion  of British Co"un -  AUhou^h 2 aTA       ?'      ^T' tLl ! "b"*JU"e ^    THiS "  ^"^ is "��W "P^nff 200 men!  Al hough the additional   water   has *he same rate *' "*ual  and call for The company   owns   1910  acres  of  only been used for a   teu, ,!*���...   n.��� $60,000. maklno- o >���*,�� ,.<��� ��t ,n~ A , ,__/      .      .    . res  ol  bia.     We take pleasure in   re-pub-  Jishing this advertising gem:  "The   Great   Granby   Smelter   is  only been used for a   few days,  theg.000, making a total of $1,120,-' coal lands and only began   develop  work accomplished in that   time  i.s  000 paid since organization. Lent work four years aL     NoTss  locatedVrr^rf'1'' 0"'Tr !s \eH^y yal {f e'^ht ^y^P^ation,\ O. V. White, superintendent of! ^" "ve seams of bituminious coal  nTStiiVml-'"1^ ^ "I d h 'm USS tHa" a0Other *"������ Star mine, at Sandon, was ,��� ^nging from 3 to 18 feet m tlXk-  capadtv of 36PiS ��>0 *" T"XT h *�� ?" ^^ ��ff ��f H" W��^ay. Three feet of*... have bee" P"^"* developed  bHsUTed coLer'^'C T * "^ A sma�� famway ! clean ore *vas encountered in the" and a large area of ground is st ,1  mistered copper.    The Granbv com-   for carrvinf awav th�� i,��,.,!��� ,     ^_:^ c .. . cl ��    . . 6 1:>   slul  Excursion to Grand Forks  This     year    the    members    and  friends   of  the    Scandinavian    Aid  and Fellowship society will assemble  with their friends   in   Grand   Forks  on   Wednesday   next,    June    25th.  All will   remember   with   a   deal   of  pleasure    the   last    celebration    at  Christina Lake,  under the  auspices  of this flourishing society and   there  is little doubt but that   the   sons   of  the northland will attempt, if possible to out-do   their former' success  at   Christina.       A   special train has  been   arranged   to   leave   the   local  C.P.R. depot at 8.30 i���   the   morning-,   and   the    return   trip   will   be  commenced  at   11-30   p.m.        The  fare for the round trip is $1.25.  blistered copper. The Granby com  pany are rushing to" completion  another smelter at "Granby Bay,"  with a daily capacity of 2000 tons  of ore. The smelter payroll aver  ages 270 men, $30,000  per month;  for carrying away the heavier rocks  is also expediting  the   good   work  Phoenix will have a ball ground yet  Attends Rebekah Assembly  the mines   $500   men,   $55,000 perL MrS"    ��*     Bush   and   Mrs-   Jas  | Carter, who were the delegates   re  presenting the local lodge of Daugh  month."  A company with the very formidable    title     of   the   "International  Securities company, Limited," is responsible   for   the    "ad,"   and    we  would   respectfully   enquire of them  if the Granby  bay  they   mention is  an indentation   of Smelter lake near  Grand Forks,   or  situate   as we   always   thought   it   was,    about   four  days rail   and steamer journey from  the  Grand  Forks, city hall.     If we  are mistake.il in,.our surmise, and the  Hidden    creek- and   Grand   Forks  smelters   adjoin    each   other,   then  Grand Forks ought to be a rip-roaring city to invest money in.  ters    of   Rebekah,   at   the  general  assembly of the order  in   Nanaimo,  returning this week from  the coast.  The    assembly    was     the    largest  gathering of the kind   ever   held   in  the   province.      Next year the place  appointed   for   the assembly is Vic-  toria,  and   1914    being   the   fiftieth  adversary    of both  the    establish-  ment of an Oddfellow, lodge and the  Daughters of    Rebekah   in   British  Columbia,,the, fetes are-expected to  extend for a week.     Dan Patterso'ri  and S.   McLeod,   the delegates   representing-   Snowshoe    lodge   also  returned this week.  drift fr,om the upraise at a depth of "prospected.' Coal is now being  700 hundred feet on the vein. A contracted from a seam 12^ feet in  drift is now heing run at 800 feet.- th''ckness. The mine is free from  Drifts will also be run at 900 and exP'osive gases and thus far has  1000 feet.���Slocan Record. never been the scene of an accident.  The main   tunnel   of the  Aufeas Jhe   ea.uiPment    is  complete    and  mine now extends 294 feet from the  inf,udes a.gravity tram.    The sup-  Successful Concert  Another  evidence   of   the   abundance    and   excellence   of   musical  talent to   be found   in   Phoenix was  afforded   on   Thursday,    when   the  concert   organized    by   the   Welsh  residents of the  camp took place in  the Phoenix opera house.  The number rendered either in the vernacular  of the  little  principality  or   in  j English,    all    showed   evidence   of  careful preparation, while each contribution  received   its share of gen-  erous    and    appreciative   applause.  While no   figures have   as yet been  made   public,   we   are   reliably   informed that the receipts are almost  ample to  carry out  the purpose for  which the concert was arranged.  Public School Picnic  Arrangements have been made for  Interdict Sentenced  On   Monday,   Ed    Shears,    whol  Srun^bef8 H8tp0f, ,OCai i,Uerd,'CtS   the Childre"  0f the P��b��c   school To  ZliZ h      ? , Ma��:iStrate   h��,d 3 Pic"ic in the *��o*s near New  portal. According to the engineer's  calculation the main vein should be  struck at 310 feet, which will be  reached in another week. The  cross-cut has now been driven thirty  feet with continuous improvement in  the values of the ores West Yale  Reveiw. '  The Terra Nova, Captain  Scott's        Phoenix   holds   the  B.  antarctic ship, arrived on Saturday pionship for the tug of war won at  last at Cardiff, south Wales, from Christena Lake last midsummer  Lyttleton, New Zealand. I day  a statement of..the .proposed   work  for   the   summer.       Of  interest   to  British Columbia- is   the Announce!  ment   that   a-' party    under   t>.    DJ.  CairasH^I'^Te^employed  iii "a-Teal  nwpptngr%eological) of the  White  River copper district,   examination  and immediate -report on the copper  deposits of VaJdez JLslmttd and recon-  C. Cham-/nai��ance��rf*he\-placer-area south  ' west of Teslin Lake.  erintendent is Andrew Bryden,  formerly connected with the Dunsmuir collieries.  The visit of A. D. Thomas, the  Welsh coal king, to the Province, is  regarded as significant. It is understood that he will close bargains and  become not only   the   greatest   coal  the influence of the forbidden liquor.  The accused refused   to   reveal   the  name of the  party  or parties  who  furnished him  with   the   goods,   so  the court, taking advantage  of the  new   clause   in   the   law'governing  such  -cases,    sentenced   Shears   to  thirty days hard labor in jail.       The  following  day,    Special    Constable  Lemieux,   left with his prisoner for  Nelson   where   he   handed him over  to the manager of the King's establishment there.  The geological survey has  issue* m,ne ��Perat��r ��n Wales,  but also in  i Canada.       Already   he   has   looked  oyer a   number   of, propositions'- in  northern'British   Columbia  ^ind   bn  Vancouver,. Island, .   and   when   he  .,ieaver,for, Englandihel will,, probably  make an arinouncemenVbf what  he  has acquired.    So far he is favorably  impressed with   the -Diamond   Vale  company's    property   near   Merritt.  Should the deals go through  ii   will  mean the investment of  millions   oF  Boundary Ore Tonnages  Following are the   returns  of' the I  output of  the   Granby   mines    and\  June 25. Immediately aften   the  usual roll call the pupils will March  in a body from the school via the  upper road to the place appointed,  arriving there about 1.30 p.m. A  program of sports has been* prepared, which with the addition of ice  cream at practically cost price will  no doubt keep the youngsters fully  occupied until lunch time. The  request has been made that parents  and guardians bring sufficient com-  misary stores to supply the wants  of their own children.  Visit of Archbishop-  ,:     r ���*         -u*. i      His   Grace,   Archbishop T.?Casev  and B'c��rc     ���* "f ^ JU^l5* W V^������ !*�� ��"  the pas'few ^  and B. C. Copper smelter treatment!weeks,     has     beea > engagedtW,'a" ,  -veVr toTt .en'mg ^^ l5th' ^   tOUr- ��f the' ^��o^p5n\^ SmSji  J a e* -'- '-'       I diocese,  - arrived ' m r:~PlioemV   on;  -Granby--..--:...--.- 24,476    597,005  ' -       - '       SMELTER TONNAGES  Granby 24,865     557,199  B. C. Copper Co... 11,075    312,070  B. C. Copper Treatment  The   B. C.    Columbia    company's  An active   campaign   of  develop- / ^!S���     f  5"2"Sb  ,Cap''ta/   ia   tbfe/sme'ter   treated"Tl\075 tonTof o^e  ment on   the   KitLfkla   coal   field's  SSL��� ^ ��** d^^^ of ^h��^^��^^o^rtoS^f h  'i'-�� A Raw*,de'   *.�����>/;    Napoleon,    the     purpose   of   officiating-    at  3J6; Queen V,ct'�� *>9; others, 227.      j similar service in Greenwood.  Saturday - from   Grand -Forks.   - At  High  Mass,   on the following   Sunday   the   distinguished   visitor   administered    the  sacrament   of  confirmation to   a   number   of children  and    adujts   and   in"   the    afternoon  drove   to   Greenwood     in   company  with   the   Rev.    Father   Choinel   for  The  Big-Store  EW ARRIVAL I    THE GETS'  FUR   ISHING DEPT.  SLATER SHOES  ���HH*��naMHIH^aHHM^HMHe)MBaHMeiaM*��eMMMI  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 !  I Supreme Convention S.H.&E.F. jus'  sitting   down     to   an   elaborate]  Emil Carlson returned to Phoenix I banquet,  on   Thursday  from   Duluth, Minn., j      "After the close of the sessions t\  where  the supreme   lodge   of   the [spent a "week on the Mesaba Range, j  r  Fit-Reform Clothing fop  Sprin  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 h;  the biggest range and newest goods.     This brings you to us  always.  is  S. H. and E.F. met for their annual  convention. Mr. Carlson was the  representative from al! the lodges of  British Columbia.  "I  had   an   interesting   trip   and  we managed  to get through with a  deal   of important  business,"   said  Mr. Carlson.    "Among the subjects  up for discussion was the  proposal  to   amalgamate   with   the   Scandinavian  Brotherhood of America,   a  society    numbering    upwards    of  thirty    thousand     members,    with  ramifications covering almost every  State in   the Union, and  whose objects, aims and  constitution  are for  all intents   and   purposes similar to  our   own.      The   S.H.    and    E.F.  society is making excellent strides.  Our membership   has  now  turned  the 6,000 mark and we will shortly  commence the work of establishing  additional lodges in  this province.  "You  are  of course aware  that  the flag of this Dominion does not  figure on   our arms, and this I had  the   honor    of   pointing   out   was  scarcely  proper,   especially  as   we  expect to  become rather strong in  this portion   of the  British Empire.  I am happy to say that this will no  longer be the case and in future the  Canadian emblem   will  find an honored  place    on   the   crest of   our  society.     We   were  lavishly   entertained   by our  members  in Duluth  as well   as  the general public, who  took us on some pleasant sight-seeing  excursions.     One   of the trips  was to  New   Duluth,  where we inspected   the work   now   being done  by the United States Steel Corporation, viz., the  erection  of building-sand plant for a   big iron smelter to  cost about $20,000,000.     The   last  evening of our stay in Duluth, saw  in the iron country, visiting friends.  It was nine years since I was in  Duluth before, and I was astonished  at the progress made since my last  visit. The Canadian Northern ran  their first train into Duluth when I  was there, and the C. P. R. has  finished the construction of a large  union depot, the finest in that part  of the continent. In all there were  45 supreme representatives present."  Death of Former Resident  A. D. McKenzie received the sad  news on Tuesday in a telegram  from Mrs. McKenzie that her brother, W. Clark, of Bellingham, to  whose bedside she was hastily  summoned, died a day or two after  her arrival.  W. X. Clark, father of Mr. McKenzie who was at the ranch in the  Similkameen when the news of his  son's illness reached him, was unable to reach Bellingham before the  end came.  QUALITY  Today the Curtain Goes Up on the Best Display of Clothes for Men this town has ever seen  COME, SEE FOR YOURSELF  For a Suit or Overcoat���that's "distinctive"���  that's "different"���that's "better"���come directly  here!  N. J. CARSON & CO., Lower Town  Authorized  Agency  W*^i  New Chief of Police  1 An estimable choice has been  made by the city authorities in the  appointment of W. S. Cook to the  position of chief of police. Mr.  Cook is particularly suitable for the  post, having been a resident of I'hoenix for many years and i.s therefore fully conversant with the camp  and neighborhood. The appointment has everything to commend it  and the people of Phoenix have  reason to be thankful that the berth  has so satisfactorily been filled.  V  fj  We  ve the making of much prosperity here in this Clothes  Shop.     Gladly will help you to your share.  Come' in !  DIGGING BOOTS���A SPECIALTY  The Butte Miners' Union celebrated its 35 th anniversary last  week, with 8,000 men inarching o  the music of several bands.  'A   <-i'4  i        I fl* >1  ���-T*��*^tVM,^,',','!^|  1    ��%~jr   r (ft f11  ' ' ���*'" -'0 I  -' '. '     *    >' 'I  \iu''*���>"   *,iifl  *���   **!  mi **"pif^      , hf,f{j ���"^rjT",*"p ;l-lP"'"'""P't"'M'Kli''''''''^~���<'''"'''W��BWMBii  tr-- , ���   .  ----~.-^.*cc'-w'*-v��w^  I.'  I f  I'l  I1'  IK-  it1-  I'1  I* >  re-  ��r  ��W\**- ,  I?  s{**t7tpi '"  THE" PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  King Edward 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.  Pauier J. Cook,  Jab. E. Cahteh, W.M.  Secy.  Concentrates  I.O.O.F.  Snowshoe Lodg-e  No. 46  Meets every Monday Evening tit  Miners' Hall. Visiting' brethren cordially invited.  Walter Ross, Noble .Grand.  Dan Pateison, Fin. Secy.  Sam McLeod, Rec. Secy,  Daughters of Rebekah  Phoenix Lod|fe No. 17  Moots in   the   Miners'   Union   Lodge,  Hall First and Third Wednesdays.  Mrs. Amy Cook, Noble Grand.  Airs. Eflio Marshall, Secretary.  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES  Phoenix Aerie No. 158  Meets in Union Kail, Friday Kvenings.  Visiting brothers are always welcome.  Quitman "VVokk, W.'P,  Jajmes Weir, W. Secy.  K. Of P. Lodge,  No. 2S  Phoenix,  B.C.  Meets Tuesday Evening at 7.30.  Sojourning brothers cordially wel  corned.  J. E. Carter, K. of JR. S.  Gordon Thompson. C. C.  PYTHIAN SISTERS  'Mountain Temple Lodg^e No. 17  Meets in Pythian Hall, Lower Town  First and Third Thursdays.  "Elizabeth Pope Mrs. MaryJMcKenzie  The University of Oxford will  confer the decree of doctor of  divinity on Bishop Roper," of British  Columbia.  During- the army manoeuvres at  Ayres, East Prussia, live infantrymen died, of heat prostration and  nineteen are in hospitals as a result  of exhaustion.  The Unionists succeeded by an  increased majority of over 1,700, in  the Wadsworth seat, which became  vacant owing to the resignation of  ���Sir Henry Kimber. The figures are:  Stuart Samuel, Unionist, 13,425;  Havelock Wilson, Indepcntdent  Laborl 7,098; Unionist majority,  6,337.  Fire   recently    destroyed   almost  the   entire   village   of Sunrise,   the  oldest settlement  on   Kenai   peninsula, Alaska. , The fire was caused  by   a   defective  flue.      The  loss  is  estimated at $10,000.     Sunrise is a  village   of   seventy-five  population  on'   Turnagain    arm,    Cook   inlet,  eighty miles north   of Seward.      It  was settled in 1895 and consisted of  half a  dozen   houses,   two   general  stores, a saloon,   roadhouse  and  hotel.  The British - Government has decided to lay down three battleships  of the present year's naval program  immediately, instead of next March,  as      originally     intended. This  measure is taken in   consequence of  the rejection by the Canadian Senate I  grey suit, carried dark blue automatic revojver. Second man ��� 5  feet 7 inches in height, weight 140  pounds, similar clothes.  Jack Johnson, the negro pugilist,  was last week sentenced by Federal  Judge Carpenter   to   pay   a   fine   of  $1000 and lo serve one year and   a  day following his conviction   in, the  penitentiary.       The   negro   pugilist  was convicted of violating the Mann  white slave law.    Sentence was pronounced   on  Johnson   after Federal  Judge    Carpenter    had    denied    a  motion    for  a  new   trial   made   by  counsel for  the   negro.        Johnson  obtained two weeks' time, in   which  to prepare a writ  of error   and   the  bonds for $30,000, on which he has  been at liberty since his  conviction,  were allowed to stand.  Eskimo  famlies  will  be hired by  the Stefansson   party   when   in   the  Arctic to travel with the expedition.  Women of the tribe   will   be   taken  along to sew skin   clothing   for  the  members of the  party and   act   the  part of tailors during the three years  Stefansson   stays   within' the   inner  circle. ' Expert in   the   handling of  skins and accustomed to   their  preparations    for    clothing   purposes,  a | members of the expedition which   is  now fitting out   believe   results *un-  obtainable   from  the employment' of  Europeans   will   be had.    The race  for the north will start   from   Nome  Got the License  Cupid has very little to do with  courts and dry legal proceedings,  but he appeared in the supreme  court chambers to plead a cause  before Mr. Justice Morrison recently and won his suit.  Miss Tsuruka Okano was the petitioner, and she asked the court to  allow her marriage with Ayanosuka  Okano, who is no relative.  Sheriff Richards had refused to  grant a marriage license to the  parties on account of their age and  absence of parental consent. Being  thus prevented by the law, from  carrying out the object for which  she left Japan and went to Victoria  on the Sanulfi Mam, Miss Okano  appealed from the law to the law.  The bridegroom is a clerk in a  store at -Nanaimo and is 19 years  of age. He has the consent of his  father to his marriage.  The parents of the petitioner live  in Hiroshima;Ken, where she was  born 16 years and 5 months ago,  and she has no relatives in this  country.  ���   His lordship granted the declaration asked for.  if!  Crs?mBaking Powder  The finest In the world  When ordering ask for Dr. Price's by name, else  the grocer may forget the  kind you are accustomed to.  Errorless  A London publisher once determined to publish at least one book  which   should   be    faultless   in   the  Change of Venue  The trial of the two Indians, Paul  Spintlum and Moses Paul,  who  are  now under  arrest   on   a   charge   of  murdering  Police   Constable   Kindness   last  year,   will   be   heard    at  New Westminster when the   assizes  open, accordiug  to Mr. A. H. Mac-  Kay, who will act as prosecutor for  the    crown.        The   two   prisoners  aroused a   considerable   amount   oi'  excitement in the   interrior   country  following the murder of the intrepid  provincial   police   officer,   who . had  been assigned to effect   their   arrest  j following    their    escape  from  jail,  where   they    were   incarcerated   on  another murder charge.    They were  held for the Clinton   assizes,   but  a  head fot Port Barrow.  Thirteen    members    for    British  of the Naval Aid Bill to appropriate J Columbia, instead of seven  at "pre-  matter of errata.' He had the proofs  probably at the end of July when the I corrected by his own proofreaders  Karluk and the tender  Alaska   will j with the greatest care until they had  exhausted their   skill   and    patience  and assured him that there were no  Tete Jaune Under Water  Due   to   a   sudden   rise    in    the  Fraser river,   Tete  Jauhe   is   under  water.    Boats   are   being   used   on  the main street for removing furnishings from the buildings close  to the  water front   and   several   structures  have been washed from their foundations.     Heavy rains during the past  few     days    have      resulted    in    a  phenomenal Hsu pi tlieri.'er.    Water  on the main streii. is   now   six   feet  deep and   the   river,, is   still   rising.  No lives   have   been   lost   although  several narrow escapes are reported  where men in boats narrowly averted  being swept into   the   river'by  the  roaring   currents. Most   of    the  buildings   in   the   submerged    area  M.E.O.  M.  ���y Ale  .R.C.  vfsms -?  |s;S>"V :'*"v -  RECO STEAM LAUNDRY  The machinery in our Laundry has  recently been completely over-hauled,  and we are now in a position to give  our patrons the utmost satisfaction in  all kinds of-laundry workat the most  liberal rates.  We wash  Everything-   but   the  Baby.  $35,000,009 for the construction of  three dreadnoughts for the, British  navy. Mr. Winston Spencer Churchill, First Lord of the Admiralty,  announced the Government's decision in the House of Commons  last week.  Two hundred and fifty dollars is  the, reward offered by the B. C. E.  R. for imformation leading to the  arrest and conviction of the two  men who -held up and robbed the  conductor and passengers of the  interurban car at McRae road station  recently at Vancouver. - The following  description   of   the bandits has I  sent, and   three members  for  Vancouver, instead of one, will   be  one  of   the    chief   provisions . of   the  redistribution bill when it is'brought  down in  the   Dominion   Parliament  next session,  says  H. S. Clements).  Dominion member for Comox-Atlin  district, who returned from   Ottawa  recently.        Mr.   Clements   further  said that his   own   constituency  of  Comox-Atlin   would   be   divided   in  two and  a   member  given   to both  Comox and Atlin by the  redistribution bill.; ���',He '.said   he   had already  been   asked   which   portion   of the  constituency-he would elect  to  run  change  of venue "was  successfully  have been vacated,   the   furnishings  applied for, and they were eventually  and   other  goods   being  moved   to  A Trial Solicited.  Phone SO.   Dominion Ave.  onw  been given out: First man���5 feet/'"' but h9d repl'eofthat was a matter  9 inches in height, weight 170j'which was entirely in the hands, of  pounds, thick set,   hard   hat,   dirty Ihis constituents.        ,    '"/^  ..  [     Ships of all nations will be sailing  through the Panama Canal long be  ��)���  'P*2?  my  longer any errors to  be   eliminated.  Taking the duplicate proofs of the  last revise, he sent them to  the universities and other large   publishing  houses, offering large money  prizes  for  each   error  discovered.     A few  errors   were  only  found,   and after  every one had a chance to detect any  additional ..errors,' the  plates" were  made, the book: was printed, expensively  bound and   sold  as  an   absolutely perfect book,  unique in all  literature.  For a long time this was conceded,  but six or eight.months, later Us  publication a letter' called the publisher's attention to an error in a  certain line and page.' Later a  second was announced, and before  the first year had elapsed four or five j  errors had been reported. I  arraigned at the Vernon assizes,  but the jury disagreed on 'their  verdict.  Another change of venue was  then asked for, as it is considered  that in view of the present state of  public opinion in the neighborhood  of the crime, it would be difficult to  obtain an impartial jury.  higher ground.  DRAYING  Of all kinds promptly attended  to.    Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer.    Careful attention to all orders.      Phone A65  James G. McKeown  Smiling  DYOLA  fflttS��wAunnHDS��^^J  If. the CLEANEST, SIMPLEST, .ndTBESTKOMB  DYE, one can buy--*Why you don't even have to  know what KIND of Cloth yourGoode are'made  of.���So Mistakes are Impossible.  Send for Free Color Card, Story Booklet, and  Booklet giving; results of Dyeing over ether color*.  The JOHNSON-RICHARDSON CO.. Limited, -  Monacal. Canada. \   fore the question of tolls  is  settled,  or if not the new  House   will likely  repeal the clause granting exemption  to United States coastwise shipping.  The matter may be settled diplomatically, or it may be  settled,  by   the  House of  Representatives   and   the  Senate getting together  and   deciding to repeal the clause  in   the   act  which    provides    exemption,      but  either settlement  will   take   a   long  time.'   Diplomacy  is   necessraily' a  slow and cautious method,   and the|  best informed men about the capital  seem    to'   think ' the   difference   of  opinion between the Senate and "the  House can not be settled without   a  tussle.  No talent, no self-denial or faultfinding is required to set up in  the grumbling business.  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.O.  greet the coming of a case of  PHOENIX BEER  WHY?  Because the Beer is so good  and wholesome it brings the  smile.  ���PHONE" 23  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  LIMITED  WOOD  ���*hWBXfnaitMXtVivi)  rfll  l&SfE ��FEE $25  ���^smsT^'Mim  ����N  00  ��&  First-class  Fir and Tam-  arac Wood, $5.50 per cord  P ne Wood,   $5.00 per cord.  Fir and Tamarac, double cut,  per cord, $7.00.  WOOD  DELIVERED   ON   SHORT  NOTICE. 'Phone B32  JrOn^!'  Qu&i Johnson  Yora Cai?Biiy "DOMINldN PRIDE" RANGE M' Factor Price   ���  \ Direct From Tbe Largest Malleable Range Works tn Canada  IP you -want to save from $25 to $30, and at the same time get the most eatisfuctorjr'kitchen raagemade, write  for onr Catalogue and look into the merits of the "DOMINION PRmB," at from ��41 to $49.  Ifweso"    ..  from $69 to I78 1  If we sold you identically the same range in the usual -way, through a dealer, you would have to pay  �� to I78 for it.   You would be paying two extra profit*���to wholesaler and reiailer1���-which would add  paying two extra profits���Jo ���  $25 to $i�� to the cost 'of your range, hut absolutely nothing to  ite value.  atfrroWion  oftfw  Cook Stove  "Ihe Evolulien ���!  the Cook Slave"    s  TELIyS about I  cooktagfrom I  the time the I  Cave Dwellers I  dropped hot stones I  lato the pot to boll  It. It also tells ell  about "Dominion  Pride" Ranges. >>|  Whether you need  a Ranee just now  or not you will  enjoy reading: this  book.  Write f��r Free C��ry.  Betides costing much  less than, other   range* fat  its  class,   the -  "DOMINION PaUDJt" is ranch more satisfactory.   It fa made of toss*,  strons, mailaoUa throa and the boat Mm polished sfcsol�����saterials which ysW  not warp, crock or break.   '..'���'.''���  The pollsfeed steel docs not need blacking���-simply rub it over with u  cloth. With Us cold rolled steel plate oven���sectio����l iron fire-boxJlnlag,':  wlth aW chambers���and double-walled flues lined with asbestos���she  "DOMINION PRIDE" is the* most economical* ranee yon can buy. Actual.  testa bvra proved that it savaa over 309 ��t Sad, bathing either wood  or ocst$        '  ��       WE PAY THK FREIGHT  A* "DOIOiaON "PRIDB" Range, with hi'trh closet shelf aad elevated  tank or flash reservoir, with cine sheet to co under raace, ��� sections  blue polished steel pipe and two elbows, will be delivered to any station in  Ontario, Quebec or the Maritime Provinces for W. or to any station in  "     *       Wes        ~      * -     -       -   estern Province! for f49 -J5 to be sent with order and balance to  be paid when the Range Is liellver-d at your station.   W not convanWat te  the four  be paid \  pay cash wo will arraaso to aeeapt -/on* nets.  Canada Malleable & Sieel Range Mfg. Co., Li anted, Oshawa, Ont.  Wh��a writing it will b�� a distinct favor to us if yon will ment on tWi paper. 7  DO   YOU  WANT TO  MAKE MORE MONEY  IN placing" your Newspaper Advertisings  place the greatest value on the paper with the  greatest influence on its readers.  ���m  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 g-etting into the homes of  the people you want to re*ach.  lit  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- hug-e returns.  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.  TUT'   "'.  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.  *'���".. TIT  ' ;  The way to test the truth ofthis 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.  ':.. ,;.;���'   ������������������ 'im'.,'"':"   ���"���:.: .  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 PHOENBX PIONEER  $2.00 per year, in Advance: $2.50 per year, United. States^  aagaMBgagyresg^^^ m  -IS;---'  LtJrl*'S^^^ffia's��a3^..y)^w/^^ftv���^l��.l  ��  PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLOMBIA.  The Medical Adviser by  R. V. Pierce, M. D., Buffalo, N. Y. answers hosts  of delicate questions  about which every man  or woman, single or married ought to know. Sent  free on receipt of 50 one-  cent stamps to pay for  wrapping and mailing. ���  LET the greatest athlete have dyspepsia and his  strength will soon fail. One's stamina���force-  fullness and strength of mind or muscle  depend upon the blood, and the blood in turn  requires a healthy stomach, for tbe stomach is the  laboratory where the food is digested and such elements are taken up-or assimilated���which make  blood. In consequence all the organs of the body.  each as heart, lungs, liver and kidneys, as well as  the nervous system, feel the bad effect if the stom- -  ach is deranged.  Dr. Pierce's Goldeia  Medical Discovery  . helps the stomach to digest food properly; start* the  liver into new activity, removing the poisons from tho  blood, and the various organs get rich, red blood, in-  Bteadof being illy nourished. The refreshing influence  2 L,e3ttract OI native medicinal plants has been  favorably known' for over 40  years.     Everywhere  some neighbor can tell you of the good it has done-  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  issued weekly  at Phoe.vix, British Columbia  Subscription, 2.00 per year  2.50 to United States.  G.  Kay, Publisher.  Said by ��U medicine dealers 1st liquid or tablet farrai  2E5SF*J��^tie-cmnl ���*���"������ ����> ��r. Pierce. lnvX��'  Botel, Buffalo, and a trial box will be maileayon.  W  The  *S  Queen's Hotel  COMPLETELY REFURNISHED AND REFITTED  We beg to announce the reopening of the Queen's Hotel.    This  popular hotel  has  been  completely refitted throughout;  everything- new and up-to-date.    Large lofty rooms,  heated with hot water.   Perfect fire appliances.  Night and Day Service  Patrons of this hotel will find in it all the comforts of home.  Perfect satisfaction is assured all our guests.     It is  the most centrally located hotel in town.     *    ���  Bar Stocked with Best Wines, Liquors, Cigars  Chisholm & Hartman,  Props.  I FIRST STREET AND KNOB HILL AVENUE Ji  Your Milk Supply  Should come from healthy and vigorous Stock,  handled in, a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  manner , Separated .Cream insures pu-rity and  quality.  The Dairy produces" both.  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 Pocket book  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  Cleaniiness 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. A. McKay & Sons  Proprietors  The Central Hotel  NEAREST HOTEL TO FAMOUS GRANBY MINES  FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION  FOR   MINERS  Bar Stocked with the Finest Line of Wines, Liquors, Cigars  A. O. Johnson    -    -    -    Proprietor  ICE CREAIVI PARLOR  We have arranged for a continuous supply throughout the summer of the FAMOUS CURLEW  ICE CREAM. Special rates to parties. Cooling  soft drinks of varied flavor.  The Delicacy of the Summer Season���  FAMOUS CURLEW ICE CREAM-TRY ONE  KNOB HILL AVENUE  ADVERTISING SCALE  Application for Liquor Licence (KOdays) ..$5.00  Cortifluito of Improvement notice (00days)87.50  Application to Purchase Land notices (60 days)  , $7.50  Delinquent Co-owner notices (90 days) $10.00  Small Water Notices (30 days)  $7.50  Another legal advertising, 12 cents a line,  single column, for the first insertion; and 8  cents a line for each subsequent insertion, nonpareil measurement.  Saturday, June  21, 1913  Quice   a few  societies  and   cults  have gone out of their way  to express   their   approval   and   non-approval   of  the   government's   naval  conliibution measure.      Now comes  the  Vancouver Quakers  with  a resolution against it.     But before perusing it we would call the attention  of the  gentle   reader  to   an  act  of  these  people   which    occurred   during the anxious  days preceding the  Crimean war, when they, despatched  a private embassy to St. Petersburg  for the purpose of calling the Czar's  attention to  the awful  error  of his  ways.    At the  head   of the sanctimonious procession was John Bright,  probably one   of the   most brilliant  orators of that   or  any  other day.  But John's  oratory  had  little or no  effect   on  Alexander,   who  misconstrued   the   objects   underlying   the  Quaker mission and  mistook their  well-meaning and pious admonitions  as a sign  of weakness.    The white  feather which he imagined  he saw  sticking out of their broad-brimmed  sky pieces,  he   thought occupied  a  similar   place   in   the   hat of  every  Britisher,   and   the   result   was   the  pouring of Russtan   soldiers by the  thousands into the Crimea.  Following is the resolution  gardens  into the London  drawing-  room, j  Their very animal names implied  their animal purposes. They should  he held at arms' length. Not even  the uncivilized races of Africa think  of breaking into such lewd performances, except when they were  drunk.' He knew all about them,  aud theie was no mistake about  their raison d'etre. He had sufficient confidence in the British  nation to feel sure she would not  countenance in London what the  best society would not tolerate i  New York.  i 5    l*'  WHEN CUBED  Pre. K. & EC- TAKE ALL RISKS  L  |*6fc  ���&  ?  Cured fcy the HSwfHe&ai TrcatmenT  '"Ja"��>  The Uni'ed States   are'now reaping the benefits  of their  indiscriminate   immigration    policy    and   are  even   now discussing   seriously   the  advisability of closing   their doors.  Canada's   doors   are   already     too  widely open and we are even at this  early    date   beginning    to    sample  some     of    the      bitter      fruit     of  which   the   United   States   has   so  abnormal   a  crop.      By   all   means  let us have immigrants,  but there is  no   reason   why the   agents of this  country    should     be   employed   in  scouring the highways and byways  of Europe and the steppes of Russia for the purpose of finding immigrants for Canada and making lich  the stockholders  of  the   big transportation companies.  -&J  The insane craze for an increase  of population in British Columbia  has evidently not effected the levelheaded members of Chilliwack's  municipal council, and it would be  a good thing, for this province at  any rate, if other public bodies  placed themselves similarly on record and refused the baneful offers  of publicity experts, which in many  instances are but veiled movements  instituted by gangs of unscrupulous  land     grafters      to     swindle     the  er-   NO NAMES OR PHOTOS USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT  ^     '        NERVOUS  DEBILITY  lor, Dj�� symptoms conault ma before it b too late.   Are you nervous and wmilr   riponnn.  rim^alra t�� 1?-lSIpi���'itS,?i?le "fee?f *��� ba��hful, dreams and losses, sediment la urine.'  punpies on th   Taee, eyes sunken, hollow cheeks, careworn exnre��:lon    noor mnmorv  moods, weak manhood, premature decay, bona pains, Tialr loose, sire throat, etc  ��-��i     ��^y^U      WILL     BE     A     WRECK  ���JWL t!2J? Wtathod Treatment can cure you and make a man of you. "Cnder its lnflu-  S?��SSSi?lS2 becomes active, the blood purified, so that all��� ImplesTblotchea and ulcers  ^fePn^VMl��h6^i^^^8tro^,iMv.s%1' 8.�� ihat nervouines., Sashfulness and de��  tSSSFSSftfir,���. the eye becomes bright, the face full and clear, energy returns to the  S^^tel w^*?f^nPK'sIcaLand sex��?t systems are Invigorated; alf drains cea��e-no  ^tAa^^^J^i^^g0^^^ ^ faU��� ��>�� a��� ot your hard  D*anR��   w       ^EVERYTHING PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL  READERS  No matter who has treated you, write for an honest opinion Free of Charge.  Bo^5 FJSZT The CoUon Monitor"   (Illustrated)   on Secret Diaeuea of MenT^  QUESTION LIST FOR HOME TREATMENT SENT ONIREQUEOT  DrsKENNEDY&KENNEDY  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griswold St.,   Detroit, Mich.  >M ttflt IC P A"U letters {xom Canada must be addressed  ****** W 1 "***#������ to our Canadian Correspondence Depart-  ���['''BtaW^iBaHaaaaV ment in .Windsor, Ont. - If you desire to  see us personally call at our Medical Institute in Detroit as -we see and treat  f0!*^**1"*ln our windsor offices which are for Correspondence and  laboratory for Canadian business only.   Address all letters as follows:  ORS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windsor, Oat.  Write for our private address.  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.  THE "DAIRY r'" J. W. Han nam. Prop.  confiding   public.      The Chilltwack j  authorities  are     on    to    the   game   James Marshall, Pl*Op.  Iand flatly   announce- that they waatl ' '��� * .   no^publicity and no  new settlers for I ~     - " "        '    ' ' ' " :  ���  r--t   that portion    of   the   Fraser    river il  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix, B.C.  Dominion government to contribute  an increase to-existing1 naval, armar  ments and hereby records its  conviction that the difference between nations can never be satisfactorily settled by a resort to force,  but should be adjusted   on the same  ethical   principals    as   those   whichic   i..i  , / ng-htJess invasion,  govern our   own personal   relations  one with another; and it believes  that Canada, being practically  without an army or navy, should  make use of its unique opportunity  to be a pioneer in the Peace Movement."  ���-V."  Within   a   short  time the United  States   will  step  in   and   wrest the  naval supremacy of the  Mediterran-  ian    Sea    from    European   powers  which have been   contesting   for   it I  for years.     It  will   be   a   bloodless,/  When  the eight /]  dreadnoughts,     thirteen   pre-dread  noughts and other naval craft flying  the Stars and Stripes sail past  Gib  raltar for their cruise in Mediterranean   waters,   the   fleets   of   France,  Italy, Austria and Great Britain will  be over shadowed for the nonce, and  d. l. Mcelroy  SOLE AGENTS FOR PRINCETON COAL  Dealer in Lumber, Shingles, Lath  and Cedar  Poles.      Stull Lagg-an.  First-CJass Fir & Tamarac Wood.  MOVING MACHINERY OUR SPECIALTY  Senator Douglas, one of the old for the time being the United  fossils on exhibition in the Canadian j States will be supreme in those  Senate, is a  righteous man, in fact   waters.     A tentative itinerary of the  If Tired of Wood, try Princeton Coal  he   considers   himself so  righteous  that he can  afford to  throw a stone  or   two.     The   honorable   senator's  bowels  are yearning over the wifeless condition   of his   Hindu ftiends  in British Columbia.     He is in favor  of allowing   about  three  thousand  wives  of our Hindu residents coming to British Columbia to join their  husbands.     Already we are afflicted  with   five   thousand  of   the    "unwashed,"   and   as  it   goes   without  saying   that   the   women  would   be  accompanied by  at least five thousand   children,    the   action    of   the  government in   keeping  the women  out is to  say the   least   a very wise  move.    Our distinguished senatorial  critic,   however,   doesn't  view matters in the same light and denounces  us as   "un-Christian, un-British and  ungrateful."    We may possibly  be  the first two,   but will  someone tell  us what these Hindus have done for  the  working class  of this province  to make them  grateful,  for after all  they  are   the    parties  chiefly  concerned.  fleet, announced at the navy department arranges for a stop at almost  every important Mediterranean port  where formal welcome by the respective authorities awaits the  Yankee officers and sailors.  Good   roads   are   essential  to the  prosperity  of the  farmer,   and   the  dweller    in    the   rural   portions   of  Canada.     The Borden   government  sought to provide these by systematic  financial aid.     The Senate,   a   body  appointed and  not   elected,   has   so  mutilated the legislation   that   it   is  useless.    The next   time   a   Liberal  comes along and  boasts of his   love  for the "lonely figure in the furrow"  that lonely figure is apt to do   some  damage with a spade handle.  Bunny hugs and other freak  dances of the moment were roundly  denounced by Father Bernard  Vaughan, in an address to the  Catholic Women's League of London, England. He said he was a  strong advocate of the exhilarating,  wholesome, and most proper pastime of dancing, when done rightly.  It was a very natural outlet for the  buoyant spirit of youth, but he did  not think there was much need of  his expressing any view about those  dances which had of recent date  been imported   from   the Zoological  The Jap premier hopes for an  amicable settlement of the Califor-  nian trouble, but in the same  breath announces an increase ol'  about eight millions in the army  and navy estimates for the year.  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.  All the Latest Newspapers, Magazines  The will of the Canadian people  is not to be over-ridden with impunity by a non-representative Senate.  FURTHER DROP IN EGGS  New Laid Ranch Bees, 35c. per doz.;  3 dor. tor SI.OO.  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.  Pure Leaf Lard, 51b. Pail, $1.00.  Ontario Cream Cheese, 25c. per lb.  Salt and Smoked Fish  ���      urVUIW     Wb     -V^-^araj     H��n H   awn  Wholesale and Retail Butchers and. Produce Merchants  PHONE 2  PHOENIX. B.C.  jj UI..JI   Insurance Agent  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE -iLASS,  COMMISSIONER FOR TAKING  AFFIDAVITS  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX, B-C  I- >-:  1  -.4  Kvf:. i  -;9k  VfJjtl  '���*?;���  A*��j  &1 , 0'  I  ri  r  i  >'i  I  tip:  ���/III  *" *��?p  (7   '��**/;���;.;  IS ***~tfi'3i:i,  J?wf*  THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  The Phofiniy fMnh II LocalandGeneFal  N. J. Defchert, Prop.  PIPES, CIGARS, TOBACCOS, CIGARETTES  LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF CHOCOLATES, ETC.  Fresh Hazel wood Ice Cream  CAN BE PURCHASED BY THE GALLON OR OTHERWISE  All Kinds of Soft Drinks Compounded on Shortest Notice.  Jas.   Pierce is paying a few days-  visit to friends in Rossland.  Mr. and Mrs. Anderson are visiting  in Spokane for a few days.  Mrs. John Hallberg arrived in the  city on Monday from Spokane.  Dan McDonald came in on Monday  from a short visit to Vancouver. J  which he was present.   An earnest invitation is extended to all.  Jos. Darragh, foreman of the government road gang, drove out to his  country estate afc Rock creek on Saturday. Joe found things a bit different from what they were a, few years  ago, when a man could leave his cabin  for months and on his return find  everything O.K. The shack in this  instance had been rifled of eveiything.  The    day is   rapidly   approaching  ENGLISH BILLIARDS,   POOL,   BOWLING ALLEYS  Mrs. Foulkes and children left this j wfien fche largest crowd at a circus  week to join Mr. Foulkes in Spokane.   wil1  b.e    gathered    around   the   tent  Mrs. Puddy and children left town   "**    on Monday  for  a  month's  visit  to  Spokane.  Mineral Act.  Form F.  CERTIFICATE OF JiMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  EXTENSION OF TIME  "Joo Joe" Mineral Claim, situate in the Grand i     _,,  Forks Winlnjr Division of Yale district. The time for receiving  tenders for  Whcro located:-Wellington c��.mi1. completion of the Jetty at Steveston  at  a^rl^^S^Ss'iSSr^ hu%��c F-T liver' Ne7, Westm'in-  'ster, B.C., is hereby extended to Wed  nesday, July 2, 1913.  By order,  wherein a real live horse will be,on ex  hibition. Phoenix is not a whit behind other towns in the movement to  place old Dobbin on the upper shelf  Messrs. Harry and Chas. McKay are  the most recent recruits to the auto  mobile movement arid now possess one  of the latest 35 horse-power Overland  cars which arrived during the week  tiflcnto No. G1,7U7B, intend sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply to the Mining "Recorder  for a Certificate of Improvements for the  purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  above claim.  And further take notice that action,   under  section 37, must be commenced before tho isnuo  ot such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 20th day of June. A.D. 191*3.  D. J. MATHESON, Agent.  R.C. DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department ofPublic Works,  Ottawa, June 9, 1913.  Mineral Act.  Form F.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  "Florence No. 2" Fractional Mineral  Claim,  situate in Greenwood Mining Division of Ynle  district.  Where located:���Wellington Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Donald J. Matheson,  agent for Jos. J. Bassett, Free Miner's Certificate No. 61,767 B., intend GO days from the date  A Drawn Battle  The Rawhide football bunch made  some slight improvement   on   their  play of last--week   when   they  encountered   the   Mother   Lode   team  in another g-ame for the cup presented by the  general  manager  of the  B. C.      Copper    company,      Oscar  Lachmund.        The    game    was    a  stubborn exhibition of football   and  the call  of time   found   the   match  John Todd of Grand Porks, was the  guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hufty  over Sunday. **  Miss Ruth Burns and Miss A. Allen  of Grand Forks, came up for the dance  on Wednesday.  Miss Stepsister of Mrs. Roy Clark,  left on Monday for her home in Anaconda, Montana.  Wm. Donnelly, who left town on  Thursday for Vancouver, is the latest  recruit for Hidden creek.  Jas. Marshall left on Wednesday for  Sandon, on a visit to his mining interests in that locality;  D. Mussato, accompanied by his  daughter, left on Thursday morning  for a ten days' visit to Spokane.  A Snap���For Sale, a phonograph in  first-class condition; 130 double records  included in the bargain.   Apply  this  office' , I Hilliar's   residence.      The   monthly  Mr. J. Campbell and children, who tea of the "aid" will be held next  have been visiting Mrs. Thos. Richard Friday, June 27th at the residence  returned to their home in Grand Forks Lf Mrs T A fj^'. at the reMdence  on Tuesday. - Iot Mri" J* A Morrin.  Jas. Thorn, who has been paying a  long visit to his homestead in the  northwest, returned to'town on Saturday last. ,   '    .  Plans a Mothers' Day  Mothers' Day will be observed in  Phoenix, on July 11, when the members  of  the   Presbyterian  "Ladies'  Aid" will hold   an   ice cream social  and   dispense  the customary white  flower  in honor  of   the   best friend  that most of  us  ever had.     No definite plans have as yet been decided  upon as   to   the   rendezvous, but if  the    weather   is   favorable,    as   of  course  it will be,   the affair will be  held    on    the    lawn" of   Airs.    A  NYALS' FACE CREAM  AND TOILET WATERS ARE IN A CLASS  BY THEMSELVES  The   cream   is   greaseless,  consisting   of   Peroxide  and  ,    other  mild  emollients; it smoothes out the  drawn and  uncomfortable  feeling  from  wind,   sun  or hard   water,  having a sensation of soft and grateful comfort.  The Toilet Waters are put up in shaker top bottles,  with the five most popular odors of tlie day.  ENGLISH LAVENDER, RED ROSE, NYLOTIS,  WHITE LILAC AND FRENCH VIOLET.  Large Bottle, $1.00; Large Jap Cream, 50c.  Phoenix Drug Company  'Phone 16. T. S. Quance, Manager  'See America. First'  fluefi  <$  iWtiorml Par-k Route  to all B. C.  Coast Points  via the  w>ro����. di,/oi u., inrena ou aays irom tdc date        "      .          ""������'-" I weeKS vacation in  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a I undecided, neither side   being   able   to town on MonHnv  Certiiicatc of Improvements, for tho mii-no��� I ��� ���      . . Alonaay  Certificate of Improvements, for tho purpose I tn ^cort* a s;������|n ��� i  of obtaining a Crown Grantof the above claim, j       *"  ��r6 rf J"n&,e goal  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the is- ( Another  Dividend  sunncc of such Certificate of Improvements.      ' " "��iucuu  Dated this 30th day of June, A.D. 1913.  D. J. MATHESON. Agent  Australia's Naval Program  By the end of August all the shipsl  except one cruiser ordered under the)  Miss Robinson of the local hospital   naval agreement of 1909 will   be   in  all respects. They comprise the  battle cruiser Australia, the two  second-class protected cruisers,   thef  Mineral Act  SYLVESTER K FRACTIONAL  MINERAL CLAIM.  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  I The annual report of the New  I Dominion Copper cornpany for the  I fiscal year ended march 31 shows :  profit of $116,949 which compares  with a deficit of more .than $11,000  in the preceding year. - The New  Dominion is .controlled by the British Columbia. Copper, company  through stock ownership. "-  Miss Lila Burns   of Grand Forks,  I who has been visiting friends in town - ���---,-._  for the past few  days,  returned  to  Melbourne and Sydney, of 5400 tons  her home on Thursday. ���-       each, and   a   flotilla   of destroyers,  Mrs. Jas.  Carter, who returned to submarines and miscellaneous vessels  "7��� Monday from Nanaimo, left  required to complete the fleet  unit  with Mr. Carter on Wednesday for aLith n,^ ���t -ui ��� ne"  un,t'  * .  ,.,  '   U1 "I with the possible  exception   of one  /Card of Thanks  -The committe   in  charge   of the  two weeks"trip to Alberta.  After an absence in Vancouver of  over two years, Robt. Forshaw, a former well-known resident of this camp  returned to Phoenix on Thursday."'  .The, city authorities-would ,.very  much like to know, the name of, fie  supposed imbecile who turned in a  false alarm of fire on Sunday night.  Dan Docksteader left on Monday to  * %    Sii���    .Fi-��� ,    'PCIUU�� 'uerxm- -ine committe -in   chartre   of  the      r.     t->   i   *    ^     . ,.         .-         *'  cate No. 61779b, intend, sixty days from r                    g            me      Wan Docksteader left on Monday to  date hereof,   to apply to   the Mining arran��ements for tbe Welsh concert  join his family in.Spokane, who have  S2^XaS^S?hS��!S^ eXPreM."?,eir  thanks   t0    aU     who   been the guests of Mr. and  Mrs. Ax-  .���- - ��� ���~ ~- improve- ��� ��-n.Fi ��o   m  ments for the purpose  of obtaining a       - ��� ,.   ,  ���  Crown errant of the ahovn Haim    ,  s.      assisted  in  Crown grant of the above claim  And further take notice that action  under section 37 must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of  Improvements.  Dated, May 30th, 1913,  D. J. Matheson, Agent.  express   ^      ...   making  the  entertain-/ noId' formerly of Phoenix,  for some  ment a decided financial success."      I weeks* " -        ' \     . -    ---   -- ���  Louis Grant arrived in the camp-on) wealth and the Commonwealth   will  RELIEVE NEURALGIA  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories and in a portion of the  Province of British Columbia, may be  , lwased for a term of twenty-one years  ut an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,560 acres will be leased to  one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant in person to the  Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in  which the rights applied for are situated.  Jn surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsur-  veyed territory the tract applied for  shall be btake.l out by the applicant  himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be re-  iiiiidcd if the rights applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable  output of the mine at the rate of Ave  cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  iuimsn the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pav the  loyalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such returns should be furnished at least once  a j ear.  'I'he lease will include Lhe coal mininjr  rights only, but the lessee may be per-  ni i ted to purchase whatever available  biiuace rights may be considered  nee efcbary for the working of the mine  at the rate of $10.00 an acre. -  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa  or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  VV. W.CORY,  ���T _ D��Puty Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���Unauthorized  publication   of  this advertisement will not be paid foi  f*9St 1<^SM^*|1��W  MATHIEU'S  NERVINE POWDERS.  )lFor H-tedadK.wd Neunlgn.'  ���^Cmm* m Oftam. mjmrn*��� wr CUmL  small ship, the   whole  of the  Aus  tralian   navy,   has   been built iu the  United- Kingdom.  The present naval agreement be  tween/-the British and Australian  governments by which ih return for  .an annual cash payment, the ad  miralty keeps a certain number of  ships on the Australian station,, will  now terminate. The admiralty will  withdraw the ships of the royal navy  from  the   waters   of the   Common  The Direct  Route  Great Northern Railway  Vancouver, $17.85; Victoria via seatt.e $17.85  New Westminster, $17.85  DIRECT CONNECTION ATSPOKANE .  For additional information communicate with  J. V. JNGRAM, Locai Agent.  txift'-yl  m -  If your dealer cannot supply you, the  J. L. Mathieu Co., Sherbrooke, P.Q.,  sends box postpaid on receipt of price.  PHOENIX PUBLIC SCHOOL  TENDERS WANTED  Tenders will be received by the secretary of the board of school trustees of  Phoenix, B.C.,. for the installation of  a steam heating plant and certain alterations to plumbing.  Tenders to be in the" hands of the  secretary by twelve o'clock noon. June  23.  Firms'tendering on heating to submit  a heating plan, showing position of  boiler, size of mains, etc.  All tenders to be accompanied by an  accepted cheque on a chartered bank,  payable to the secretary of the school  board, and equal to ten per cent of the  forfeited if the person tendering decline  to enter into a contract when called up-  the  on to do so, or fail to complete tne  work contracted for. If the tender be  not accepted the cheque will be returned. Elans, specifications, etc., can  ��� Se?n &�� aPP'>cation to the undersigned. The lowest or any tender not  necessarily accepted.  N. J. Carson, Secretary.  Phoenix, June 14, 1903.  Every Woman  is Interested and should know  ...   ��!>"ut tho wonderful  M.WVEL Whirling Spray  The nm�� Vaginal Syringe.   Iltst  ���Moat c jnrenient.   It cleanses  IrrtUhtly.      Ask your  ;iat for It    .  If I ��� cmnot supply th.  M/ tVEI.��ceept no other,  but  end stamp lor Illustrated  bor K���seal* d, it s\ioi full panic-  uU'&and directions invaluable to ladles,  WINDSOR S0PPLY CC���  Wta&sor, Oat. CenenlAEeaufor  H0k  Phoenix Drug Co,  Wednesday for the purpose of improving the shining hours of the Pullman  college vacation by acquiring practi -  cal experience in the local mines.  C. S. Durkee came up from Midway on Tuesday for the purpose of  assisting W. A. Hufty now in charge  of the C.P.R. depot during the temporary absence of Jas. Carter.  Tim Silas, one of the city's foremost  violinists and amateur camera experts  is in Spokane taking pictures of the  Pow Wow. His friends devoutly hope  that he will confine himself to pow  wows and not go straight to the bow  wows.  Although there was only a fair attendance at Wednesday's dance, it  proved to be an unusually enjoyable  affair,.the music by the Knight and  McKay orchestra providing a very  attractive and popular program of  catchy music.  Miss Phillips, of Greenwood, is the  guest for a few days of Mr. and Mrs.  W. D. Williams on Granby place.  The friends in Phoenix of Mr. Phillips  will be glad to learn of his steady recovery from his recent severe attack  of typhoid.  The wedding of M. Mirkovitch of  Phoenix and Miss Edna Basmussen,  took place at Greenwood, on Wednesday, June 18th, before the district  registrar, W. R. Dewdney. The contracting parties were the recipients of  a handsome money gift from their  many Phoenix friends.  R. Wilkinson, who has been the  guest of the Re\\ J. C. Mitton, at New  Denver for a few days, returned to  town oh Mouday badly crippled with  .a severe attack of rheumatism. Mr.  Wilkinson's condition was so serious  that his removal to the hospital took  place the evening of his arrival home.  Jas. Greer, editor of the Slocan Record and formerly of Phoenix, has  closed up the familiar roll top desk,  handed over the office dog to the care  of the city cop, given the devil a  week's holiday and hiked for a vacation on the coust. The editor of the  Ledge is also running loose some,  where.  The Rev. J. R. Munro, pastor of St.  Andrew's church, will conduct .service  in the church tomorrow, Sinday,  Jure 22nd, at 7.30 p.m. The pastor  wil! give an account of the niarvelloui  congress,- held in Toronto this month  by the Presbyterian church, and at  cease to pay the subvention originally amounting: to $1,000,000 which  has been its contribution towards  the cost of maintaining* the local  squadron.  LAST PAYMENT TO ADMIRALTY  In   the   present  year's   estimates  Mr. Churchill said  the  sum   of$2,-  080,000 was payable on this account  by Australia, but this is the last sum  the admiralty will   thus  receive  as  Australia   will    henceforth   support  her own fleet at a charge which, it  is calculated, will, in the early years  of her  naval  development, amount  to $3,750,000, apart  from   the  expenses of administration  and   training.     Within a few" years   the  Australian fleet will  probably represent  an annual charge of "about $15,000,-  000  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.  Ii��'  ���JMm  wml  *-  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  Specially or Cbnghs  One of tbe finest laboratories in Canada  is  devoted  exclusively to tlie manufacture of Mathieu'a Syrup of  Tar and Cod Liver Oil���the  great Canadian  specific for  conghs.   The finest of Pine  Tar,   the  choicest   Norway  Cod Oil, and every other of  the many healing medicines  which compose it are tested  at every stage  to see that  their quality is right.   The  combination   of ingredients  In  Mathieu's Syrup of Tar  and   Cod   L,iver   Oil  is  tbe  result of the-life work of the  chemist Mathieu.  No hap-hazard remedy this  ���no "just as good" drug  put up by some obscure pharmacist, or large general drug  house.  Just a cough and cold  remedy, which thanks to its  excellent formula and its  unvarying excellence in preparation has come to be  known as the best cough  remedy in Canada, where its  sale is very large. If you  really wantto cure your cold,  don't accept any substitute.  Sold everywhere���35c larije  bottle. *  J. JL. MATHIEU CO., Prop.,  SSierbroolce, P.Q.  t/tX1*? "J"1 /"*�� WW��J��(I)f tht cold.  .Vaihtou l Nervine PtnnUr* will Jiromftily  dUptl Mrm. &vhl tvtrywhtrr���tsr. vrr box  q/ in jxnedtrt.  5-'-'3  fi  Cut Flowers, Wreathes and  a" "ST3 House Plants  FINEE8T LINE OF FRYS* CHOCOLATES, CANDIES- ETC  EXCELLENT LINE OF OIQARS, PIPES, TOBACCOS  Greenwood    dt��^6 i^lOG  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 8.45 a.m.  " "        lower town,   9.00 a.m. (.Standard Time  Leave Greenwood 3.00 p.m. J  PROMPT  ATTENTION  TO  EXPRESS AND FREIGHT  J. FULLER, Proprietor.  Church  Services I  j  St. John's Church���Sundavu: Holy  Communion, 8a.m.j Matins, 10.30 u.rn.;  Holy Communion and sermon, 11 a.m.;  Sunday school, 3 p.ni,; Evening service, 7 30. Week days: Matins, 7.30;  Kvensoug, 0.80. Wednesday, Holy  Communion, 0 a.m.  The stated services in the Catholic  church are as follows: First and third  Sundays in the month. Mass at 10  a.m., Sunday School at 2.30 iini.;  Evening Service at 7.30 p.m. Rev.  Father Choinel, pastor.  Methodist Church���Sunday school  and Bible class, 2.30 p.m.; evening service, 7.30 p.m. Prayer meeting, Thursday evening, at 7.45 p.m. Rev. A. T.  Bell,  Trade Marks  Designs  -.. Copyrights Ac.  Anyone sending a aketon and dencrlptlon may  Quickly tuoort.aln our opinion froa whether an  Invention la probably patentable. Communlea-  tlonajitTlotlyconfidential. HANDBOPiron ratonts  sent free. Oldest asoncy for aecurTnapatente.  Patents tokon through Atunn & Co. reoelve  tpieialtwtut, rrlthoutr ._-*--  ,  l��  illunt. itoU weekly. Lnrguiit olr��  y acU. itlflo jouraal. Terms Xoi  Soar, pobtaKO p.-opald.   Sold by  MBrosdwJeWYOrl.  IU "Waihlngton, D. C,  W��


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