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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Mar 1, 1913

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Array -�����>'  A:  r>  The,largest coppor mines in  the Dominfotv are situated  at Phoenix. The Granby  Co. employs,500 men," and "  Pha8.ii monthly pay roll of  over $50,000, while the Raw- "  . hide pay roll is $18,000. -*    ,*  Vi  v>  Devoted to the Interests ov the Boundary Mining District  pul  muni  altitude!  ban a p i       i   ���mWwnw"��"  and    poe^essej', ftrst'Claw^  hotels, opera, house, schools/  FOURTEENTH YEAR  'mm  , Mi  PHOENIX, B^C.,-SATURDAY,  MARCH  1, 1913  ette Retains the Boundary  B:C Mining  $  j  11  W*fl  k  The purchase of Voigt camp by  thejB. C. Copper company has been  advanced to a stage where* both  parties to the deal, are no longer  in doubt as to the issue. The  formalities of closing' the tran.sac  tion are now progressing-.  A  rich  placer   strike   ISO   miles  east of Atlin is  reported   by   Hugh  Molyneaux, road   superintendent of  Atlin.    Kenneth   McLaren,   an  old  miner, and one of the discoverers of  Atlin, informed the road superintendent that the strike was a good one,  easy digging from three to six feet,  , arid the creeks of fine  grade,   with  plenty., of  water. '  The   news   was  the cause in that district of a large  number    of    Indians     registering  claims,, aiuL great  excitement  prevails. .Already over 400 claims have  been slaked.  D. McLeod and A. L. McHugh  visited the Silver Standard mine this  week. On Tuesday ^Manager Has-  kins started' men stopeing at the  150-foot level and they'are working  in solid ore. The first round of  holes were all in ore, and it is hard  to say .how much more there is  beyond. The tunnel which will  cross-cut the big No. 3 vein is being driven alon'gpat a good rate,  they have cut a' couple of smaller  veins en-route and are also drifting  on these with encouraging results.  The Silver Standard mine   now, has  .   e..u i f _��.��� '     ��1r.. __   ..."  ..  Officials Leave for Hidden Creek  W. A. Williams, general smelter  supt of the Graiihy Co.,, left Grand  Forks during the week for the  Hidden creek mines. Mr. Williams  has made repeated '-trips to the  scene of operations and is chiefly  concerned in the smelter construction  in connection wjjh, the big undertaking. O. B. Smith general supt.  for the company leaves Vancouver  in a few days for the north. ,  ��� J'An^sooa^aAMie ratepis^Rranted then  heavy shipments will be made.  The mine is in- shape  now  so -that  Phoenix at Grand Forks  The first of the  home  and home  matches   which  are   to   decide tin-  Boundary,  League     championship,  was pulled   off in   Grand Forks on  1 Monday   last   in  the presence   of a  crowded   audience   of   enthusiastic  spectators.    Referee Nyles of Grand  Forks   was   on    the   ice,   while   H  Mann of the same place was judge  of play.      Phoenix was   represented  by a large  delegation who travelled  by  special   train.    The   garrie   was  not particularly noticeable for speed,  and the ruling  of the   referee, who  if anything   erred   on   the ��� side  ol  strictness,  was   eminently  satisfac.  tory.      Both goal   keepers Had little  to  do   and   individual  stunts were,  generally   speaking'   absent.     The  first period ended with score of 2 0  in favor of Grand  Forks, the result  no  doubt   being   influenced by,   an  injury   to    Moore,   whose   left   eye  was  completely    closed    by   a jab*  from   a .stick   in  the hands  of McWha.  *  BEATS GRAND FORKS, 4,3;  IN LINE FOR McBRIDE AND  NELSON DAILY NEWS CUPS  ; L_  Most Sensational Game���Dramatic Situation Arises���Two Extra  Periods Required to Decide Honors���Phoenix. Wins Cup  1    Three Years in Succession.  Wednesday evening saw the finish' of the big Boundary hockey issue,  which has been the sole absorbing topic in all circles throughout the  district for the past few weeks. From eight o'clock to midnight the  streets of the town were deserted; the centre of interest being outside and inside of the big rink which was taxed to its comfortable  capacity. A finer sheet of ice than tli.it of Wednesday could .scarcely  be found in Manitoba and while the game was in progress the thermometer registered about /.era. Grand Forks was represented by an unusually big crowd of boosters, numbers of whom arrived by the regular  train," while the majority came up by special. Greenwood also showed an  intense interest in the event, a large contingent from that town swelling  the throng.  The spectators were prepared for some sensational hockey, but probably not one had any conception ot what the evening had in store. The  game, besides being unusually fast, was marked by a display of that  stubborness one reads about but seldom sees, and was strikingly  free from the malicious roughness tfiat has characterized the previous  games with the same team. Both the referee and judge of play were  invested with similar powers, and such penalties as were imposed (and  there were many) were chiefly for offences due to natural excitement.  It cannot be said that the home team were up to their usual form; and in  the case of Bassett, whose fever w.i, very high, the wonder is that he  contrived to play at all, let alone become the shining star he turned out to  be." McKelvey was also suffering fiom a bad ankle, while Moore's face  resembled a miniature crazy quilt, being covered with adhesive "plaster.  Sayers' was also on the'casualty list, his injured optic proving a severe  handicap. All of the aforementioned injuries being souvenirs ol the  lamb-like attentions of the Forks team on Monday last.  C.P.R. Passenger Leaves Track  Tuesday's incoming C.P.R. pass-  anger met with a slight mishap  while climbing the hill near Silica,  about four miles from Eholt. The  accident was due to a refrigerator  car leaving the track, all- .the other  rolling stock except the engine  following suit. The passengers  were all conveyed into town on  the engine and the track was  cleared before ten o'clock in the  evening.  Copper Situation  W. A. Clark says: "The copper  situation is no worse than the  condition which prevails in other  like industries. All securities have  gone down a-little itrthe past week  or two, probably caused by the unrest which seems to prevail in  many different parts of the world at  present. The last report of the  Copper Producers' .Association',  showing an increase of 18,000,000  pounds over consumption last  month, throws something of a  damper on the situation, although  there is really no .occasion for  this.  "Copper reserves amount to 200,-  000,000 pounds, only a six weeks'  supply for the entire world. If the  increase in production over consumption should  be  maintained  <��t  total of sales, domestic and foreign,  since last Friday, is  at least,100,-''  000,000    pounds,'     and'  probably-'  somewhat larger.1    The   European;"  demand   arose   from   the, general"  better   sentiment   prevailing, 'and ~  also because consumers abroad, had,  stayed out of the   market  until   the  latest possible moment.    ���       -.���1  Ski-Jumpers at Greenwood ." ;-  The Phoenix Ski club  assembled  on Sunday and proceeded   on  skis  to Greenwood   for  the  purpose   of  giving the public^of Greenwood   an  opportunity to witness their prowess  in jumping.   -    Between   two  and  three hundred turned due to see the  sport.     The boys  acquitted   them- '  selves very well and jumps of 60 to  80 feet were   made.      Little  Oscar  Vick, the juvenile Boundary champion   accompanied   the  visitors and  showed up very well.  iw <.*  *   i ->,Sv��I  y^  t ��� -I ����l  Boundary Ore Tonnages  Following are the returns of the  output of the Granby mines and  smelter for the week ending Feb.  23rd, and the B.C. Copper company  for the week ending Feb. 16th, and  year to date:  Granby 23,683'  207,289  Mother Lode -6,210      53,944  Rawhide . 6,083      40,635'  Napoleon.. -.         820        6,063  the rate of last month, it would take j Queen Victoria....   .   300 .  two years to effect the copper mar-1 Others iV.-: .\ ..] . ,\ , ^60,  Vceit serirmslv." r - i <���  , .       .->   I    ' '       -    *���      ��    ^ ��� - ���  ,����� '*'  SHELTER TONN^QBS  4,384  741  The finish of sixty   minutes'hard and  fast play found the ownership i        ; -^  '.   >'   A      " P  ���"  i^J]^��V^iei.s51ver tr?Phy  -st!n in   3oubt> Grand Forks at the'hands of!     Practically all of the lafge selling\Gra��by P V\>. .24,745     184,978  ^'""     ���"-"���  " $^P?5k)&^��^^ Copper Co... 14,211      99,157  efal of tom^ ^0^ ^lng 3.3.   -       - - .   electrolytic copper, delivered  thirty  -wasvresponsib!e~*>rMhe equalizm;- but-m spite of-every Teffort ^nd ' ^^[JSJ^^ ^'����k p,ace' W��' to   1S cent* a  Pouod- ��� ��-/       - *' ^Copper TrCMtment  shot for  Grand   Forks.     The  resu.i , their opponeWnet^d another d^i^c^rio^L^d"* ir    T^/rT7'^^ ^ " TT^   '   ^'*^���<^coal's  ��,*��=,���:��   11 / officials i-h..���,,���,   ri     a a >u      u"/,m    ;   s,cVar,on disclosed itself.    The   the    low   price   since    the   decline Ismelter   treated  14,211 tons of ore  ' :    jrlt   L^ ^er out for anoth       ,' "   ��to�����*��   ���������'"** ��� to /started from 17^c.     A l,rge Euro-   this week, as follows: Mother Lode,  iX"���      1 . f0r..a"��5her \rmwutf u"d^ordingly the oppos-jpean business is being done for the  6,900; Rawhide,   5,839;   Napoleon,  immense quantities   of ore  can   be/     '      - ��� ���    ���   ������+   taken ouU���Omenica Herald. I    ,S^lver   has   been   firmer  since   u/ing-farces, who" were all flvinir   distress "J^nalV hZa�� "**'' -"' ^��~��-/F��-�� ��"*,������ ,s  oeing uone ror the! o,wu;  Kawume,   5,��39;   JVapol.  $30.  j been out of the market recently.  IUmm, quotations, for    Hed]cWlo... ...ffotitttion.s" ��-cro likely ,o ho   thou Jl, �� mo4Vd����D,-���L f2����r,h ^Tv," Hm��"��"-    , '""���  "'' i'"'��  c'"'"e':"'b"   ">"���   ��>' *>�����Hc  **.*��.����� W�����,Ke ���ere|SUcceJu,y concur.     ,��iu   h .s .^'JSZZT&ffi ^��"., ^uSS^^T^S-tfc^'1 -^r^   H    ����� ^-cia, poHc. are ,ooti���,  ^de , SpiH,ed    advance, ,,Dd.   ������  a   ���ea, pasi%$��, ^L^S  S^'^^JZ^^Zl ^  ���"W- "^ ^  possession and amid the frantic yells   of the Grand Forks spectators and S��m<uea  that   the   Kam.  encoura-mg cheers of the home supporters-, the deciding goal was- registered. McGregor and -McKelvey were both knocked out during the  last ten  minutes, the   former  suffering  from   a"; straight body check by  AJoore and the latter from a blow with the puck which emptied-his air  chambers.  NEW ARRIVAL OF  ���' - *  Sweet Potatoes,  Lettuce, Celery,  Potatoes, eto.  FRESH SUPPLY OF FISH  FOR LENT SEASON  OonaS8tin& of  Kippered Herrings  Hollanci Herririgs  ��do  Call To-Day.  ���gssawM^www  mimmmmmmatmm  The general concensus of opinion was that the match was anybody's  gamepwhile the   second   period unmistakably  belonged   to  the   Forks  who throughout gave a clear-cut expostiou of fine hockey:   Mr   Nyles the  referee filled an   otherwise thankless job with dignity and   tne same  can  truthfully be said of T. S. Quance the judge of play, both officials- giving  universai satisfaction. \ Lynne,   Rochon   and .Clarke   for" Grand   Forks'  attracted considerable favorable attention, and all  three may   congralu  late themselves on being included in such   an   excellent   aggregation   as  the visitors proved to be. . Vi        & - ,  -     Referee Nyles   faced the  puck at-9.18 and immediately afterwards  the home   bunch took  it at a  fast   clip to   the   visitors'   quarters where  Clark;was round to   be   anything   but wanting   in efficiency.     Less than  four minutes saw Neil on the fence.     With six men Phoenix managed to  keep the rubber well away  from home, McKelvey and Bassett 'shooting  three or four times.     Clark also turned another of Neil's- beauties     Both  forces now fell into.linc and went   through  some   nice passing and stick  checking on mid-ice.    Honors   seemed about   even,   until a lively scrim-  mage to the right of   Mitchell   resulting   in   the tripping of Davidson by  Lynne sent the   two   to the   fence.     Short   passing   on   cent,,- followed  with the whole   forward   lines   checking and   passing   in  splendid style'  The speed   now increased   if  anything   and Rochon   passed   Moore like  a streak of lightning and took a couple of hot shots at Mitchell which the  latter handled deftly.     Neil and Davidson now tried a breakaway apiece  '  but both were stopped a little   past centre, the  former by'McGregor and  the latter by Ross who passed behind to Mann,    Clever work by Rochon  drew cheers from   the Grand   Forks   rooters   and   things   began to look  dangerous tor   Phoenix,   when   Neil,   who   throughout   played his usual  consistent game, pounced   on the   puck  and   safely conducted it past all  opposition .into the net.     Phoenix   again    indulged in another exhibition  of six-man hockey, but in spite of extra efforts by McGregor, Lynne and  the two wings  the home team   held their   own and no other other -oals  resulted.     The visitors' net was under fire when the first gong sounded.  The second   period was   an   innings   for  the   Forks or should have  Leon   and right   here   was   were   Mitchell   proved   his   superiority  over  Uark.     The Phoenix net was constantly   under fire and nothing but the  skilol the former saved   the situation.     On   centre   ice, Sayers,  Bassett  and McKelvey had their work cut out, while Moore had to be constantly  on the alert for Rochon's rushes.       McGregor ornamented the fence for  tripping Moore, who seemed on the point of scoring a goal.     Both -oals  were honored with   visits, towards   the   end, and'neither seemed able to  hold the puck for long.     Moore, while  actively cng-.iged  in   the   net  unfortunately  tell, enabling Rochon to send   in an equalizing shot.     Moore  foilowed.q-U.ckIy with another for Phoenix.     No   other goal  was scored,  and the second spasm ended with a  score   of 2-1   in   favor  of   the home  (Continued on   Page   Four)  DID YOU EVER-NOTICE how  much better you feel,-how much  more confidence you have in yourself when you're well dressed ?���  Great Boosters, Our Good Clothes Are!  Our   Garments   of Quality  season in  are   particularly  good  this  CLOTHES  NEW CANADIAN IDEAS JIM MAKE-UP  The Woollens are extra fine and extra handsome.  See the new Canadian ideas in cut, very smart indeed,  and remember the new things always sell first.  As usual the making (the backbone of all g-ood  clothes) is 18k. ���Sterling���A No. 1.'  OUR $35 SUITS AND $25 OVERCOATS  Our $30 Suits and our $25 Overcoats are the best  value 1.1 clothes for the money that ever man put on.  A LOOK WILL PROVE OUR WORDS!  v^-V'p^-4  ,; .<    .   ' '',Pii .'*f*  ������5.   ,v      5     "J.sd  J \ P "Sps/,  KX\>|  i(i"V HP  uiL)   .  THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  King  No. 38, A.F. and A.M.  .   si *-^*������-������������  > .1      i  Kegul^coiximuritaitioii at 8  oachVnibfith.'i ^ ��� - rf �� v 1,, ���  V�� *~a J"l4*{ an nam   <���* ��.    aaII _JI.     �����*���__. *   _  Snowshoe Lodve  Meets, ;fy^;Monday jjlSreidibg 'i a���  Miners' JHftli.'!:v'-1,ys-"-s��� n-' -�����'��� " - ���-  -  diallKinVited  li;i-TVieIting<brothreti cor*  ���w   ^r--^^' W'.*V?*f: V<'>^'-  ^;v"PftntP*ttj^n,^n\'8ecK-^';>H<r  < DauffhterspOf Rebekah  Sp^fi^BUr Wkrrififtll, Secretary. ��� >  Evening-at 7.30.  wel  ^SoJp^Brfng' ^brothers,' cordially  ����fMfev^p *- ^ *:. -  ^s4#��IS9f��io^THOMP60K,0. O.  7kmtM~mifyzr&iAH sisters  '���'^^^-^^'^^Wj^f^iytMan Hall, Lower Town  it^and Third Thursdays  '���i*���"i **���        ��� ,Mrs. Jfary McKenzie  M.B.C.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  \   MINING REGULATIONS  ' - Coal ruining rights of tho Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan" and A!-  bertaVthe Yukon Territory,-the Noi-th-  'weofc Territories and in a portion of the  Province of British" Columbia, may bo  leased for ai term of twenty-one yearn  at ariannual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more; than 2,560 acres will l>b leased" to  #ne applicant.  ^ Application for a lease must be made  "fayPishe applicant iu person to the  Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in  whiqh tho rights applied for are situated.-^      '    /  '  - ..In'surveyed teri'itory the laud must  b^ described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections,' aud in unsur-  veyed. territory the tract applied for  shall be- btakcu out by the applicant  himself... >��� -  Each  application   must be  accoui-  PROVINCIAL PARLIAMENT  Prorogation Expected Today���Liberal Concessions in the Matter  of "Two Per Cent" Mining Tax���Tax on Coke Reduced from  from 15c. to 10c. per ton���Tax on Branch Banks Doubled  ���.    ���. -     ..���No Sympathy for Woman's Franchise.  (Special to Phoenix Pioneer)  panied by a fee of $5 which will be re  funded if the right* applied for are not  available, >hut not otherwise. A royal-  ty'shall be paid on the merchantable  output of the mine at the rate of Ave  cents per ton.  ' The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such returns should be furnished at least once  "a year.  . The lease will Include the coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase_whatever available  surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at the rate of $10.00 au 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.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���Unauthorized   publication  of  this advertisement will not be paid for.  Victoria, Feb. 27.���With the presentation   to   the' Legislature   last  Friday of the 'promised measure for  the  redistribution and reduction of  provincial   taxation,   in  accordance  with recommendations of the Royal  commission, and the introduction of  the budget  and the bills to amend  the Public Schools and Health Acts,  the remainder of the sessional 'Business is now  before  the House."All  private legislatiou of the year and  the  bulk  of ministerial   legislation  has now   been  disposed of,  so that  no difficulty need   be anticipatedjn  reaching prorogation on Saturday.  Debate upon the financial affairs of  the country   will   be  concluded and  the estimates disposed of on Thursday.      Mr. Place's bill to confer'/the  franchise  upon women is expected  to be  among the slaughtered innocents  at  the session's close, while  Parker Williams' bill for the fixing  of a  minimum wage in coal 'mines  seems fated similarly, even should it  escape defeat���on:the principle'that  creased, banks having but one  central establishment in the,province  paying thereon an annual contribution to revenue of $1,500 instead  of $1,000 as heretofore,1 and the  taxation of each additional branch  within'the province being 'doubled  being $250.00 per branch per annum  jn future,'instead of $125 as in. the  past.  , A elf t and comprehensive definition is provided^ for timber lands  of every grade and class, and the  machinery of collection is improved  and simplified in respect to the pay-  ment by timbermen to the treasury  of their proportion 'of the cost( of  re-forestation and fife .prevention  services. ' As to canneries, the  graduated sale of assessment prevailing heretofore in respect to one,  two, three or four line canneries is'  entirely done away with, and it is  prescribed' that any person or  corporation carrying on the business  of canning, salting or curing salmon  for the market shall pay in addition  CREAM  Baking Powder  A pure, wholesome, vtiUHe Grape  Cream of Tartar Baking Powder*  Improves tlie flavor and adds to  the healthfolness of the food.  j  f$-*Sb,' i  V  *  mtnnnle*. <  Trade Marks *  j/> .--.Designs p  ,.,...     Copyright* Act. -  Anyone menttng a sketch ��n<! dewrlMton dm* ',  ,jttckIjr��soerteln our.opfnlon trot whtthw ����� '���  .Invention I* probnblrymmUMr  tloniitrlctfrcoiiqdeiitral. JMNOB..   Bont free. Oldest aurency tor eecurfnR patent*.  Patent* taken tbroneb JUunn A Co. fvoelr* >  .- tpecial notlet, without cbanre, in to*   ���      v...  Scientific Hmtkm  A bandabmelr Olnstiated weeklr.p taxsett clr- -  cniatlon of any ielentlflc Journal.' Tennii ror  Canada, (S.7S ft year, postage prepaid.   Sold by  all newBdealen.  MUNN & Co ^'Brtr^NBW York  Branch Offlcn, 625 F BU Waalilogtoa.B.C.  WOOD  First-class Fir and Tam-  arac Wood, $5.50 per cord  Pine Wood,  $5.00 per cord.  Eir and,Tamarac, double cut,  \ per cord, $7.00.'    >-'- "\ '  WOOD DELIVERED   ON - SHORT  NOTIOEP ' 'Phone B32  it is unwise to interfere;wittf labor to real -property tax, -an annual  legislationJuntil ; the , Royal " com-, speciaKassessment of- four cents per  mission now sitting.shalLhaveconi-'case  '(of   48   one-pound   cans):   a  the  Gust Johnson  pleted.. its < investigations  into  problemslassighed hto itr^v    Tv-  Aside.-from" the .estimates, .the  Taxation''' Act, Amendment Bill remains as-^one^ofjthe'mbst important  and interesting features not only "of  the^ closing Jweek./of ( parliament,  but of the whole session   of 1913.  Its  outstanding featufe  is the provision   for the - abrogation   of part  VIII   of the   Act  of   1911,   which  deals with  the   provincial   revenue  and poll tax.  Another  recommendation of the  Royal   Commission    which    is   by  legislation   given -effect'   ol  law-,is  that cancelling   the.   exemption .,<>f  church-sites from taxation  and   one  dealing with' the   special  tax   upon  coke, .which is reduced   from   fifteen  to ten cents per ton; while,   on   the  other   hand,    the .taxations     upon  those   institutions   engaged   in   the  banking business  is  materially   in-  minimum charge of 75 cents a tierce  on mild-cured salmon, with ten  cents for each additional hundred  weight on'tierces exceeding the'  minimum ^fifteen cents per barrel on  pickled or cured salmon; and five  cents per rjundredweight . on dry  cured salmon.      * '",  Whale oil and other products and  by-products of the whaling industry  are taxed at the rate of, ten , cents  per barrel of 46 gallons or under for  whale oil, and twenty cents a ton  or under on fertilizer, whale bone or  bonemeal; these taxes are.in &ubsti-  fcution**for*? all'-' taxes' 'on" personal  plating as the article   to   which   the  mark is applied."  The word "silver" alone, or in a  total of sales, domestic and foreign,  since last Friday, is at" least 100,-  000,000 pounds, and prohably  somewhat larger. The European  demand arose from the general  better sentiment prevailing, 'and  also because consumers,abroad had  stayed out of the market until the  latest possible moment.   -  \V. II. Taylor, representing  Pat^y Clark, the Montana millionaire mining man, is in Princeton.  He has '.icquired some interest in  mineral ciainis al Leadvillc and will,  no doubt, consider legitimate propositions in any camp. Mr. Tayloi  will take his family there and make  business excursions io camps as  required.  tutiorf for,  property, used  \>i>'  p��^ -  4       i  a?5t?v  .4  *  WS?,���i  '  .       *  ~  '  KCC'tyi ^       "  .  mi.    - ���  ,      '    ^  :HJf,4             *.  if  |J��  ''    ''  "���  .,           ��-"                    '       "  *  i  ��'> " ^    '  itV,    v    MKr    -  *  I,"'. '���. *.1>��  -���f.  Jt           ��  ,^''iW, ^-'  ^ *  ���  *>S(  -   >  r;^.'  -  taxes    on" person  in    connection   with  whaling business and   also  for  the  tax   on   income  from   such   enter  prises.  <��� - With respect to the contributions  of the mining industry to revenue,  it is provided by the new legislation  that the two per cent tax on output  shall be in substitution not only for,  as in the past, taxes upon personal  property used in connection with  the mine, but also of income-derived through its operations.  greet*die coming"of a* case of  PHOENIX B��ER  WHY?  Because the Beer is so good  and wholesome it brings-the  smile.  'PHONE 23        _  PHOENIX BREWING GO.,  LIMITED  Fit-Reform Spring/Suits and Overcoats  Made To Your Measure  IjyE are tailors,  first  of all.     Of  course/the bulk of our business  lies in supplying Suits and Overcoats  that  are   complete  in -every detail.  OUT if you prefer garments  designed, cut and tailored to"  your individual order, the great Fit-  Reform tailoring organization is at  your service.  DEING  in   close   touch with   the  style -centers   of   London   and  "New York, we are able to suggest  many  novelties for   your  approval.  ATJR   range  of   patterns includes  about  designs in  three  hundred  different  medium priced and fin*  imported fabrics.  guarantee the fit, just as w��  guarantee the fabric and workmanship .of every garment we make  to your or,der. 739  Motrin Thompson,  Pfaoen  x.  "New regulations for marking  gold, silver and plated goods will  probably become a law. A bill has  been introduced in the Senate and  it wilUthen have to pass the House  of Commons Gold and silver articles  offered for sale in Canada, if marked at all,,will hereafter have to bear  a trade-mark,- and in-addition "a  mark truly and correctly indicating  the quality of gold and silver," or a  British-hall mark," or the-correct  official mark of any foreign country  correctly indicating the quality of  gold or silver. In addition to this  the article may bear a numeral  intended to identify the article or  pattern, and may also bear the  name or initials of the dealer or  any other mark not calculated to  mislead or deceive. An article  cannot be marked gold which is  below nine karats in fineness.  The mark "silver," "sterling,5-  "sterling silver,"'*coin" or "coin  silver" shall not be applied to an  article containing less than nine  hundred and twenty-five thousandths  pure silver. Below this the fineness  of silver articles shall be indicated  in deeimals, as .800 or .900 silver.  Gold and silver plated ware, if  bearing any mark whatever, must  also bear a registered trade-mark  to indicate the manufacturer. In  the case of electro-plated silyer  ware there "may.be applied >a mark  indicating truly and correctly ��� thd  grade or quality i* known to ? t<he  trade ot the plating,"' and there  must also be a mark indicating the  metal upon which the platitfgiia  deposited. The quality mark for  the silver plating- must Indicate  "truly and correctly the number! of  ounces or pennyweights of pure  silver upon twelve dozen articles  exactly the same iu size, design and  RECO STEAM LAUNDRY  Don't worry about your washing, -  just  send   your   clothes   to   the  Laundry.    Wo  will wash., stareh,  and iron them, and return them  ready for Ube. ~  LADIES'   AND  GENTS'   SUITS  CLEANED AND PRESSED.  A Trial Solicited.  Phone 50.  Dominion Ave.  vJD  '$&?&  D*0*A  IoNEIM���AU. KINDS'  It �� the CLEAN I- ST. SIMPLEST, ind BIST HOME  DYE, one can buy-Why you don't even have to  know what KIND of Cloth your Good* art- made  of ���So Mistakes aro Impossible.  Send for Free Color Card. Story Booklet, and  Booklet giving result? o�� pyelng over other colon.  The JOHNSONMUCHARDSON CO., Limited  Montieal. Canada.      COPPER  _    Tho New Edition of the  COPPER HANDBOOK  fust published, is Volume X, for the rears 1910-  1911, and required nearly eighteen months in '  preparation.  IT HAS 1902 PAGES  containing nearly one and a half million words.  cr"about twice as-mucfa. matter as tho Bible.  Thoro are 25 chapters, and the book covers the  Copper Industry of World  The book covers Coppor, History* Geoloffy,  Geography,' Cheniistiy, .Mineralogy,  Mining   Milling-, Leaching, Smelting, Refining, Brandt.,  Grades, ImpuritioC Alloy*, Usox, Substitute*,  Terminology,^ Depowits ,by District*. States,  Countriag anil Continents; -Mines In Detail,  Statistics of Production. Consumption, Imports  Export*. Finances, 3>Ivlcloiul��, etc.  Vnl. X of tho Coppor" H/JixHjoot Hmu iintl  describea " "*- '     ,-  8,130 Mines | Companies  these descriptions ranging from 2 to 3 lines, in  the case of a dead company, in i\hioh ca<~f  roferonco ib mode to a preceding edition slvirin  a fnllcr description, up to 21 pages In tho c*ko -  of tho Anaconda, ^blch produces ono-elghth of  the copper supply of the -world. The ehnptci  giving nilno descriptions, which lists the largest  number of mlnos and companies ever given In  any work ot reference on mines or mining investments, has been  Fully Revised.  The new edition of the Copper Handbook is a  dozen books in one, covering all phases of the  copper industry of tho cntirv' v orld, It is used  as the  World's Standard Reference Book on Copper  by tho managers of the mines that make ninbt}-'  odd per cent, of tho world's output of coppei.  and is used in every civilized country, of "the  globe.  It is filled with FACT*-        a Ital "importance to  THE INVESTOR ',  THK SPECLTLATOR  THE MINER "��  .'     * THE CONSUMER ;  ���    _ THE METALLURGIST  WRITE NOW to the editor and publisher.  HORACE J. STEVEN^  IU ThMPLE BUILDING. HOUGHTON  MICH , U. 53 A  J  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 Mill Ave.        Phoenix, B.C.  Stage Line  Ptioenix-  Greenwood  .    Leave Phoenix, upper town, 8.45 a.m. ���>  ��< ��~      lower town,   9.00a.m. 'Standard  1 lmc  Leave Greenwood - 3.00 p.m. j  PROMPT  ATTENTION TO  EXPRESS  AND  FREIGHT  LAIfNIG5 Proprietor  Pioneer Acls. Reaoh the People  !  i  :/rfr'  nnaftgj THE,   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,.  9*9  BRITISH  Columbia:  &  All Is Well That .Ends Well"  1 Along with dyspepsia comes nervousness, sleeplessness and general ill health. Why f Because a disordered stomach does Dot permit  the food to be assimilated and carried to the blood. On the other hand,  the bipod is charged with,poisons which come from this disordered  digestion. In turn, the nerves are not fed on good, red blood and we  see those symptoms of nervous breakdown. It is not head work that  does it, but poor stomach work. With poor thin blood the body is not  protected against the attack of germs of grip���bronchitis���consumption.   Fortify the body now with  �� DR. PIERCE'S  \  I Golden Medical Discovery  i        H    an alterative extract from native mcdiilnnl plants, proscribed in both liquid  4       Bj    end tablet form by Dr. It. V. Pierce, over 40 years ago.   ���>��� '  More than 40 years of experience has proven Its superior worth as an Invigorating stomach tonic and blood purlner, It invigorates and regulates  thcotornach, liver and bowels, and through them the whole system. It can  now also be hod in sugar-coated tablet form of most dealers In medicine.  If not, send 60 cents in one-cent stamps for trial box to Dr. Pierce's Invalids',  Hotel and Surgical Institute Buffalo. N.Y.       ,   '  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  issued weekly  \  at Phoenix, British Columbia  Subscription, 2.00 per year  2.50 to United States.  G. Kay, Publisher.  .The Common Sense Medical Adviser.  IS A BOOK OF 1008 PAGES HANDSOMELY BOUND IN CLOTH-TREATS  PHYSIOLOGY, HYGIENEL ANATOMY, MEDICINE AND IS A COMPLETE  HOMEJPHYSICIAM.  Send 50 one-cent stamps to R.V. Pierce, Buffalo. " "  REATS I  IPLETE I  >'N'V-1  " I ���*  Queen's Hotel  COMPLETELY REFURNISHED  AND  REFITTED  N  We beg- to announce the reopening of the Queen's Hotel.   Tliii.  '   popular hotel has been  completely refuted throughout;  everything new and up-to-cUte.    Large lofty rooms,  . heated'wiih 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.  FIRST STREET ANP KNOB HILL AVENUE ij  *  Your Milk Supply  Should come from healthy and vigorous Stock,  'handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  manner    Separated  Cream  insures  purity and  quality. The Dairy produces both.-  ' ADVERTISING SCALE .  Amplication for Liquor Licence (30 days) . $5.00  Certificate of Improvement notice (00 days) $7.50  Application to Pm-chane Land notices (80 day*)  , : : $7.50  Uol" /fiuont Co-owner notices (90daya> ....$10.00  Small Wutcr Notices (30-days). $7.60  All other .legal advertMntr, 12 conUi a line,  tinglo column, for tho flrat Insertion; and 8  conU. a lino for each subsequent insertion, non  ;>areil meiifcuromont.    '  Saturday, March,. 1, 1913  TH E   D Al RY'      J. W. Han nam, Prop.  Winter Clothing"  .. Qvercoatsr Mackinaws, Underwear,  Rubbers, Hats, Caps, Mitts, Gloves  Jaegers' Pure Wool Specialties  " Thos.  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 eg-gs. 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 ACCOMIVIQPATION FOR  MINERS  Bar Stocked with the Finest Line of Wines, Liquors, Cigars  A.fb; JOHNSON      v -     Proprietor  'iii  Start the New Year Right  By 'calling at our store when you are in need  of a fine Pipe, we have a nice selection to choose  from.     Large selection of the following goods:  Tobacco, Pipes and Smokers' Supplies  Stationery, Books, Toys, Brushes, etc.  Our selection of Postal Cards cannot be excelled.  WSB"!  KNOB HILL AVENUE  ...,m)i'i������' ����^i ia%��� '��� j'ii��i  A Basis For a FairSwap  The eastern and a' few western  papers affect to be dismayed at the  possible prospect of intervention in  the affairs of Mexico by the United  States. One influentiaj organ professes to see no difficulty.in, the-task  if the affair was confined to the  armies of our cousins and those of  Mexico, that is, if we can possibly  designate the ragged semi-civilized mobs of Mexico as an army,  but the chief difficulty, it points out,  is tfie interference that may arise  from European sources. This latter contention is undoubtedly true,  and probably furnishes the reason  why our cousins are hesitating in  the matter, although the condition  of Mexico most certainly warrants  some such similar acttion as that  which prompted them to interfere in  Cuba. But, if our relatives are  wise and really contemplate an invasion of Mexico they will find  their possible path made smoother  by an understanding with the government of Great Britain, who  with her strongly-fortified West Indian outposts would find little difficulty in enforcing a policy of "hands  off." Recently the British authorities have been paying unusual attention to the defences of Jamaica and,  not only have the defences been improved and-'the;garrison increased,  but a. military-' officer/ in tlie person  of Sir Henry Manning has been appointed to the post of'governor.  Nations like mortals  are after all  very   human,   and  it is  not uncom  man for one of them to demand certain territorial concessions in return  for support  or other  material  considerations,   and   as our   cousins to  the south of  us are noted  for their  shrewd   businesslike dealings,   they  would   receive   with   little   surprise  any  reasonable  advances   of   John1  Bull.    The assistance of &e latter is  not to   be   sneered   at,   but   we can  depend  upon   U that  that  support  will   not  be  given for   nothing   as  long as the  present  British  foreign  secretary has charge of that department.      France has paid heavily for  British'support during   the past few  years and   evidently finds  thePsacri-  .fice   worth   while,   and  the   United  States   c*uld just  as easily obtain  a free hand in Mexico as the French  have  in   Algiers,   by,    say   for   instance",   the cession of the recently-  disputed   Alaska  strip   to   Canada.  The   time   has   now   passed* when  John was wont to  lend  his support,  in return for such after-dinner platitudes   as   the" "same language,"���  "language   of Shakespeare,  Milton  and  Byron,"���"same  institutions,"  ���"both nations fond of soap," and  so on.    John, like: everyone  else in  this   materialistic  age,  has become  imbued   with   considerable   of   the  ruling spirit and  may  be   expected  to look severely  after  the interests  of number, one.  "mining for reading it; also to���notify  the secretary that they wjjl do so,  if such be their intention.-   /  Non-members will also be welcome to attendpand to take part in  the discussion of the' papers that  shall be submitted to the meeting.   o>   Legal Phrasing  There would be less bickerings in  the courts of the land, and possibly  the ranks of the judges would be  considerably thinned if the following  example of simplicity in the phrasing  of legal documents was adopted.  The original mortgage of record  was drafted-on a brick by a^abjv  Ionian Solon about the year 434 B.C.  and reads: .       '  "Thirty bushels of dates fire due  to Bel Nadin Shup, son of Marshy  by Bel Bullistu and Sha Nabu Shu,  sons of Kirebti, and their tenhants,  in the month of Tashri (month of  harvest) of the thirty-fourth year of  King Artaxerxes.I, they shall pay  the dates, thirty,bushels, acccording  to the measure of Bel Nadin,- Shun,  in the town of Bit Balastu. / Their  field, cultivated and uncultivated,  their fief estate, is held as a pledge  for the dates, namely-thirty bushels,  by    Bel   Nadin   Shun. Another  creditor shall not have   power  over  it."   a>   s"        Interdicts in Phoenix  The attention of the Pioneer has  again been drawn to the numerous  flagrant violations of "the Liquor  License Act in Phoenix. Up to the  present no suspicion attaches to  the holders of licenses here, but  it is now an open secret that intoxicants are being supplied .by  others '"o interdicts. That . the  guilty parties are aware of the  consequences to "themselves there  can be no doubt, but in the event of  ignorancej we might point that  the penalty for infractions of this  law^ is now much more severe than  formerly. ,       "  NO NAMES OK PHOTOS USED WITHOUT WMTTEN CONSENT  NERVOUS DEBILITY;  jcj  Thousands of young and middle-aged men are annually swept tea P^��*gr�� B��vg  rotKh Eariv IndiaoratioiM. Esce����e�� and Blood DUmmi.   U you have any ot tlie foi;.  jowl^M^oms-����R tSS^Sta?lata..Are you nervouaand Trea^dewon-,  dentS.fglSon.y, 8peck8 before the e_yea,wU, dark cycles under th^/weak bac��  th:  1<M  spei  >alp         ilnfjs, ret-.- ������, -       -v    .  moods,' weak manhood, premature decay, 'bone pains, hair loose, sore jmrostt etc.  VOU     WILL     BE     A....W��EC*^   ^^ Jnflu,  ence��t?!e&����J^^^^  disappear, the nerves become strong as steel, bo that nervoiroe^ba^ulneM ana ae*  j^oW^Vonfah 11���� ��vmv>��/.nm��a iS-tivht th�� fare full and clear, energy returns to tne  pondoncy vanish,  body and tbe moral  I  more vital waste I  earned dollars.   We will cure you or no pay.    EVERYTHING PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL  READERi   No matter who has treated you, write for an honest opinion Free of Chan*.  Book. Free-'Tho Golden Monitor"   (Illustrated)  on S^ntDUeatetjA[Mm.   r  QUESTION LIST FOR HOME TREATMENT SENT ON REQUEST  DrsKENNEDY&KENNEDY  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griswold SL.  Detroit Mich.  P^-NOTICE  All letters from Canada must be addressed  to our Canadian-Correspondence Dcpart-  _      _      ment in Windsor, Ont.,   If you desire to  see us personally call at our Medical Institute in Detroit as we see and treat  no patients in our Windsor offices which are for Correspondence and  Laboratory for Canadian business only.,'Address all letters as follows:  DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windsor, Out.  Write for oar 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.  James ^MarshalL, Prop.  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix,;B.C.  The big Guggenheim dredge No  t, \v,orktng at the-mouth  of Booan  bsi crje'ekr^as been almost" destroyed  by an  explosion   of dynamite.     The  act is   ascribed   to  maliciousness on  the part of some .unknown persons  d. l. Mcelroy  SOLE AGENTS FOR PRINCETON COAL  Dealer in Lumber, Shing-Jes, Lath  and Cedar Poles. Stull Laggan.  First-Class Fir & Tamarac Wood.  MOVING MACHINERY OUR SPECIALTY  Canadian Mining Institute  The fourteenth general meeting  of members of the Western branch  of the Canadian Mining Institute  will be opened at Nanaimo on  Tuesday afternoon, March 4, when  routine business ;will be transacted  and several papers having particular  reference to the coal mining industry  will be read and discussed.  All member of the ' Canadian  Mining' institute in good standing  residing in British Columbia or the  neighboring ��� parts of. the United  States are, by virtue of such membership, also members of the Western branch. Members are earnestly  requested to make an effort to  attend and are invited to contribute  papers on matters   relating  to   coal  That neglected coughs and  colds���especially in children-  lead to.consurhption. Prevention as better than cure; and  Peps spell prevention!  ..- ������ Peps.are small pastilles containing pine fumes and certain  highly beneficial., medicinal  preparations :. condensed. into  solid form. Asp soon ;as you  put aPep on your.tongue, these  healing essences turn into vapor, and are breathed down  direct to the "lungs, air vessels,  and breathing-tubes.  ... You���or your, child���may have a  troublesome cough. Perhaps it is especially bad at night! Take a Pep before  going to bed���:your cough will not trouble  you I Your- lungs are porhapB a little  weak, aud going from the warm house  into the cold air outside mak'en yon  cough? Just before going out, put'a  Pep into your mouth���there will be no  coughing! Your throat feela "stuffed  up. Your cheat feels tight, and your  braathing troublesome? leps will put  matters right foryou Tory quickly.  Peps;.-while .quickly, turning to vapor., as 80on.#s put into tho rnuuih, will  retain their goodnessiridcfiuitely/if kept  dry. Each little Pop pastille is packed  ia an air-tigut.-wrapping, which ia easily  removed, and thoy aro packed iu neat a  tin pocket boxes. They aro not sticky,  and may bo carried loose in tho pooket,'  or glove, or muff.. .   , "  Pops arc.a sure cure for coughs,  colds, bronchitis, asthma, sore throat,  "smoker's throat," laryngitis, catarrh,  "clergyman's throat,".and all disorders,  and ailments of the throat, breathing  tubes, and lungs. Peps contain no opiate, no poison. '  All. druggist* and'stores 60o. box,  or diree*irom Pops Co., Toronto,  for price. ' Mail this article and  -lo.- stamp, and a Bamplo packet  of   Pepa   will  be   sent   you.  Address Peps Co. .Toronto, or 62 Princess  St., WianigM'g.  fHAra  If Tire d of Wood, try rinceton Coal  BOOKS AND STATIONERY  Fancy Goods, Dolls and Toys, Kpdak ���Films and  Supplies, Musical Instruments and Supplies, Newspapers, Magazines and Periodicals���School Sundries.  . Wallpaper and Decorative Pictures  Cigars, Tobacco and Smokers' Sundries  Endless Variety of Goods Suitable for Presents.  AL. ALMSTROM  All the Latest Newspapers, Magazines   ���  LENTEN SEASON  We have the goods suitable for this season.  Salt Mackeral, Salt Herring, Smoked and Fresh Fish in  Variety."-'  New Laid Eggs, 50c. per dox.  Eastern Eggs, choice, 35c. per do*.; 3 dozen for 91.OO.  Hams, Bacon, Sauer Kraut.  New Zealand Fresh Grass Orea.mery Butter, vory choice,  40c. per ib.  "Empress" Creamery Butter, 40c. Ib.  Wholesale and Retail Butchers and Produce Merchants  PHOENIX, B. C.       PHONE 2  Insurance Agent  FIDELITY BUNDS, PLATE GLASS,  COMMISSIONER FOR T'VKING  AFFIDAVITS  FIRE, LIFE 'AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX, B'C.  p, wM&teMl  K   " trS'iJU  *��� "   f\\ f *riifjr-'  L   ���*,.'{/'  ��3vf VP~%'f  v*Vrfty.\i.  ���\,w  -    - rmw  ��� V iJ<l  ,   *ift  y^y;A  ���;���y  Z l 7^ I  ,1,   <l  If}  ' '"-I   ^ I ���f  *Wj  tflLfc;   PlONEfeft,    PHOENIX,   mttISH   COLUMBIA.  J  g*s Hotel  i*i��  ��7'The Pride of the Boundary"*  PHOENIX, B.O.  .*<"  A home, in the'centre of the",camp;   only five, minutes walk from  '^^Hpty mine*; -clean'-aod <?omforfeiblyTurnistfed rooms;.  '���'''i/'VV-     *' Steam Heated throughout.-  .,/ ,;'��^i":/,,p'/'.^.^A)< 'r ^ -   <.  **r S*^ke��l**���**���?"������* WIfi��s, Liquors, Cigars  -FINE1 BATHROOMS.  P..V>C,'.  i*' *<-  is?  $8  NORTHERN  fAffordsp to those who travel for business or  ^::?^^��ordstothoi   ;, v,^v*i Pleasure the maximum amount of comfort  >�� V':Vi$iarid''cburteou's, attention to the traveller's  " * ��� >   -  fl.' 1  eveiy.want:  '?'-  ;^P~  THE ORIENTAL LIMITED  OR  THE OREGONIAN  R. V. Ohisholiu left on Monday for  Spokane.  Miss Dickson returned on Friday  to her home in Colvllle, Wash. �� *���;  Mrs. Ed. Stanaway left on Wednesday to visit her home in Spokane.  Kev. Fvanklin Watson of St. Judo's  church, Greenwood, loft this week for  Nanaimo.  For Sale���House and furnishings;  near O.P.H. depot. Price $300. Apply  Mrs. Suzzda.  ' The mayor, D. JvMatbesou, left last  week on a business trip to the provincial capital. *���  Born���At Phoenix, on Saturday,  February 22nd., to Mr. and Mrs. Ezra  Bellis, a daughter. *       *  F. Falkner, inspector for tbe Bank  of Commerce visited the local  establishment this week. '  Gus.   diner, .formerly  brewer   for  J tho Phoenix Brewing company left on,  Wednesday for Calgary.  Mrs. Baldwin wishes to inform the  public that her residence on "Spurn  Kop te not mortgaged.    ��� t  Mike' Grbich, organizing becreUry  tor district No. (J. W. If. of M., left on  Monday for Ti��il and Rosbland. -  M. Matone,' district passenger uguul  of the O.P.B. was in town on, lypdnes-  day aud Thursday, of this weqk. '   ,  Miss M. McDonald, announces that  she  has secured the  sole agency in  sat  measures were not considered necessary and the night passed, as all others  pass in Phoenix, as quietly as a mid -  summer night's dream.  Tiie following was among the many  replies to the query of a Californian  preacher as to the qualifications of the  ideal woman: "The voice of Melba,  the talent of Paderewski, the figure of  Venus, the grace of a sylph, the vivacity-of acorphyee, eyes like the soff  glow of a moonlight eve, an alabasterlike complexion, the virtue of a mm,  the charm of Cleopatra, the meekness  of Moses, the patience of Job, the forbearance of Lazarus, the zeal of a  Trojan, the purse of Hetty Green and  hair of her own." The name and address of the correspondent _was not  given, but they have a pretty good  idea of the place he is kept in.  Asplended selection of reels have  been secured for" next Monday and  Tuesday's motion picture program.  The following arc some of ^ the items:  "Blackmail," a drama; war story, "Foi-  Love of an Enemy j" Indian, story;  "The Brave Squaw!" "The Pikertou  man," "Beau not wanted," "Foxy  Grandma" and a "Biting Business."  : TO EASTERN OR COAST POINTS are the most  '   ^popular through trainsin the west.  For^Roiites and Rate.^ address  '   .  w      .', p'       , s      J.,V. INGRAM, Agent.  u? hr\\-  o^'^t  . ,   j/\yji \&t  |?^^V' - f^    "  MAKE MORE MONEY  fzsZtc  Phoenix1 for the "Spii-ella coi-set*,  Mrs. W. Oxle;y returned to the camp  on Saturday - last from a prolonged  visit to hcri-elatives in the old land.  Fred Hurt>t left oh Tuesday, for his  home in Indiana, having recently re- ]  ceived the news of the serious illness of  his mother.  Mi's.'J. Campbell, after-a .few day*'  visit to her mother, Mrs,- Thos. Richards, returned on / Monday ��to . her  home in Grand Forks.'  For Sale���Log Hou'be, centrally located and iu excellent repair. t Will  Wo are requested to publish the  following letter by Chas. McLean, iu  reference to the legality of an alien  holding real estate in California.  Office of the Chamber of Commerce,  Sacramento.  Sacramento, Cal.,  Feb. 21, ll>13  Mr. (Juan. McLeau, '  Phoenix, B.C., Cauada.  Dear Sir: s  Your letter of recent date is at  hand. In reply will say that a citizen  of British Columbia or of England can  buy land in the State,of California.  In the event of my being able to  be  of further assistance, Tiemain,    '  Yours very truly,"  S. Glen Andrus,  -    j        ��� Secy-Mgr.  Phoenix Beats Grand Forks, 4 to 3  (Continued from Pajje One)  ��>tfven. l What was to have been the final htunt started at a hwiftTtfait,  and the' Forks adopted a good deal of body checking, and trying all they  could, neither side seemed able land a true shot. But, towards the last  two minutes the Forks became aggressive, and with the cup almost  cinched, the home boys had the mortification of seeing the puck slip past  Mitchell just 30 seconds from the call of time. This left .matters a tie,  tlie scorti being 2-2.  Ten minutes extia play started and although looking tired the contestants pulled themselves together and some exciting melee ensued  aiound home/ Mitchell and Clarke were very s-uccessfuI in saving and  Grand Forks added another goal/ In the second five minutes Phoenix  equalized, "3-3. ,  Another ten minutes hockey followed*, and although looking -still  more we.uy, the*teaii.s lepeatedly astonished "the spectatpis with occassional bursts of speedy play. Grand Forks made desperate efforts to  top the score, while the home bunch made equally determined, counter-  moves. After 1 >{ minutes of the last lap had elapsed, Bassett on a pass  from Mooie sent in the deciding shot oi a most eventful game. Final  score:   Phoenix, 4, Grand Fotks. 3.  It would be safe to say that nothing like the scenes which followed  the result have been witnessed in the Boundary or perhaps outside of  the coast cities. The big crowd yelled itseli hoarse, while hats, flags  and handkerchiefs fluttered on all sides. The west gallery answered the  cheers of the east, while numbers climbed the barriers and bore the  victors off shoulder high to the inspiring tune of MSee the Conquering  Hero Comes," played by the city band.  Phoenix  ... .        ....... Goal   . Point        .-.  ���   '   ��� ���     ��� -^   .  Cover lJoint   ....   ^ .     ... Rover    Centre   Mitchell  .  Davidson  Neil.  Bassett .  McKelvey  Sayers  Moore.   .  Grand Forks  .. Clarke  ... McGregor   Mann  .     . McWha  ..Lynne  Left Wing     Rochon  Right Wing Ross  Leading in Sales  Steel Cars for Hidden Creek  The recent order for 50 steel self-  dumping - cars    is"      keeping - the  sell cheap for cash.   Inquire of Axel! machine shop   staff  of  the   Granby  Strand or at Almstroui's bookbtore.       mmnami bmhv h..��> ��f inl.    ,.���j :������  '"V *  fefer4   h -*  ���t   .      *  ,VV-  jv;  ���s�� ^  eh**  ���* fe  Ife , ,  it * ?������ i  #-^ 'p ���  Hi-    *  ir&Mi:  ^N^pjacingrryour,, Newspaper Advertising-,'  Vu place the greatest value on ,the paper with, the  ': y greatest'influenceon its readers.  --'-,-:''":; .'*'nt". ��� :���  > ,i JlJse the'medium that is watched for ever^  : , week"bvv the jpeople of your community.  J Spend ?the money with the paper that is<  read with interest. . It reaches the people and  ���*   you know that yo'u'fe getting- into the homes of  the'people^you want to reach.    ~ -   "^  , ,   Quality has not yet become p6pular,but ��  - \ the day is not/dr 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.  For Sale���Log house, 3' rooms, situated across the track from"C.P.R.  depot. - Will sell cheap for cash. - For  particulars, apply John Bengstberg.  Miss Mary Rogers, who has been the  guest of her brother for nearly a year,  left^fon .Tuesday morning for -"Van  couver, for a visit of a few days, after  W. Lindsay returned on.- Saturday  from Nelson, where he accompanied  MrsPs Lindsay and son who ai-e now  ontlj*  briny en 4-oute for" the "native  company pretty busy of late, and in  order to, expedite matters it has  been arranged for day and night  shifts. Thirty of tbe cars, which  are to have an average capacity of  five tons, 'are destined for Hidden  creek mines,   while   tbe remaining  \  w  r " Remember first, last, and always, that circulation counts; that quality of service ^ives  quality in returns. The high priced medium  pays. Like the high priced servant, you will  find money well expended.  Iieatfi o',the Lindsays.  Mi&s Stella Donuan of Grand Forks,  lately on the staff of the Royal Alexandra, hospital, Edmonton, arrived recently in town-* and is now attached  Lo tUe nursing staff of the local'hos-  pital.    . .. \>  Walter Kennedy, of Greenwood,  sole agent in the Bonndary for the  famous chocolate firm of Rowntrees.^  paid'-a business trip to  the city "on __  Wednesday.' He was accompanied by 10n"the"left Averecmisidelably^mpro'  Mr. Cole//    , [fom fche la'h(/ umtchj  while Mu8Jbi  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.  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 PBONEER  $2.00 per year, in Advance: $2.50 per year, United States  Notice���Miss M. McDonald begs to  anftomice tfajtt *he has moved her  dressmaking patlors to the bank block,  room 10. All those desiring work  done should leave orders at the above  address.  The hockey matches are a fine excuse for those. Grand Forks Japs and  Chiriks to cotne up and find out the  price of real estate. The next thing  on the program will be a chop suey  and opium jc|int.  H.JdcIlwaine, of the Grand ���Forks  staff, of the Bank of Commerce, -who  lately was transferred to Phoenix, ba.s  uow been relieved by W. Blackstock of  Cranbrook. Mr. Mollwaine returned |  to the Forks on "Friday.  Fred K. Trautman, of Winnipeg,  press representative of the C.P.lt.  company, who is on a tour' of the  western Hues, came in on Tuesday's  train and paid the Pioneer a visit. -Mr.  Trautman was accompanied by' hie  eon.  Jos. Si Small, one of the old-tinioie  of Phoenix camp loft on Thursday for  Victoria. Joseph, who possesses a  tirat officer's certificate and has poked  his noee into every port from the  Horn to Halifax, expects to tread the  bridge of one of the new Pacific steam  trawlers. ���  For Sale.���The Bineu block, centre  of upper town; four suites of housekeeping apartments; all furnished; always rented; adapted !for any kind  of business; very cheap; money-making chance of lifetime to right couple.  Part cash, re��t terms. Apply to owner  on premises.  Last Sunday's Spokesman Review  publishes the announcement of the  engagement ot Miss Clara Rundberg,  of Spokane and Jos. V. Ingram, Great  Northern station ageut in Phoenix.  Miss Ruudberg, who formerly resided  in Phoemv is tho guest of Mr. aud  Mrs. Jas.'lugLum ior a tew days.  There was homv UUk about calling  out tho Greenwood patrol., of-the Boy  Scouts on Wednesday to furnish an  escort, for the 'Boundary; League president,,   but ���'ft>rtu��atcly sucli- extreme  JuvenileHockey Match ' l\  The junior hockey teams of Phoenix  and Greenwood met again on Friday  evening. This was the third gatneW  the series, the previous two having  proved disastrous to the home line-up.  The schedule called for four games,  and as last night's proved a standoff  with a score of 8-3, the honors foi tjie  season would seem to lie with Greenwood. McCammon iu goal proved a  strong tower of defence for the Phoenix nippers, and was strongly backed  up by Chas. Hufty and Pete Miliar  Almstrom ou the right and Walters  9ed  to  as usual was ready to tackle anything  that came along. Herb Neil lefcreed  the game and as usual one or two] of  the budding hockey stars seemed; to  know more about the game than lie  did.   The following was the line-up:.  When any ai tide is in such demand that it stands at the bead of  the list of sales, where theie aie 10 or 50 other competing articles in  the same line, that leading aiticlo certainly has unquestioned merit  back of it. ,  We Sell  More  Laxacold than any  other remedy for Coughs and Colds  Laxacold assists natuie in a natural way, and often makes u fold  disappear in less time than you ever supposed possible.  It cools the fever, dries up the nasal secretions that cause sneezing,  ..stops irritation and relieves congestion of the musuous membrane  of tlie nose so that you can bieathc naturally and freely. At the  sauiu time it helps the kidneys aud bowls throw off the poisonous  waste products from the system.   35 tablets foi; 25 cents.  There is no quinine in them  f;;^w'^"-'^��/ �������������� ��� your; iart   rlnsr    >  *>PNyalVpM-r��t,g9P��i^uanie to..reuieuiber.-Tbete is,a complete line of  t s ���< family and household remedies made bv,these well known manufacturing pharmacists', the'New /York'.''Ac -Xroiido'iiPDrug Company.  Our store has th���� complete lim'.   " '  Phoenix Drug Company  'Phone 16. ���    T. S. Quance, Manager  Phoenix  McCammon  Hufty  Miller -  Mussato  Walters  Almstrom...  , Goal  .Poiut  C Point  . Centre  ..LWing  ..R Wing.... _  Greenwo >d  Tay or  ShAw  Bryent  Stpi er  .Re id  Smith  PUBLIC NOTICE.  Take Notice that 1 intend to apj  to the Board of License Commissioiu rs  for the city of Phoenix, at their ntxt  sitting for a transfer of th<" Liquor  License held by me for the Queen's  Hotel, to Chisholm and Haituiau.  Dated at Phoenix.  B.C.,   this  10th  day of Feb., 101*8.  (Signed)  R. V. ChibhoxsiJ.  Coughing scatters germs  ���Stop it  Coughing increases the  irritation of the already inflamed iiiucuous membranes  and is moreover apt to carrj  disease to others.  Matlncu '����� S> rup of Tar and  Cod J,i\er Oil'promptly stops  coughing, ana soon, than Its  to tld Ionic propertieb, effects  a permanent cure.  - The wonderful popularity  of Mathieu's Syrup of Tar  and Cod Liver Oil is socially  due to it<t great -value as a  permanent lung and bronchial healer.  .Sold everywhere, 35c targe  bottles.  J. L. MATHIEV CO* Prop,  Sberfem-ookc. P.Q.  Pw httvlarh**  u��*  Mnthtev * bervlne  P��*M*r*���Ihtfe arr vrftvl aJ*<* t* rim.* th'  /*r*r artJt pnint ichU-h   r\fisn   nt���rnm^.-in  reJ4*.   If n btw nt t* ppiiitrr.  4 I r,  OrSBXarSaaV BMHs SSfiU  WESTERN AGENTS  Ferguson Brothers  I'il Uanuatyuc Ave., Winnipeg. Muii.  Ladies I  Attention!  CASEROLES,  BEAN POTS, ETC.,  IN SOLID NICKLE  FRAMES, at  $2.00,$2.75andup  OUR EAST WINDOW.  LACK - Jeweler  &H  tage Line  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 8.45 a.m.  .  lower town,   9.00a.m.   .Standard Time  Leave Greenwood 3.00p.m. j  PROMPT ATTENTION  fEXPRESS AND  FREIGHT  HL IWL LA1NG, Proprietor  IU  SSp'':5p��p.i  ram��ima��38S8^    7    '; ...      ,        y-t:


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