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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal May 4, 1912

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 ������Mi  ^&?  &  7v^'  ���4*  The largest copper mines iii  tho Dominion are situated  nt Phoeiiix. The Granby  Co. employs 500 men, and  has a 'monthly pay roll of  over $50,000, while tho Rawhide pay roll is $25,000.  Devoted to the Interests oT the Boundary Mining District  THIRTEENTH YEAR  AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT  NEAR MYNCASTER  .PHOENIX, B. C, -SATURDAY, MAY 4,  1912  Jas.  Loundagan, Chesaw Merchant Killed���Others Seriously Injured.  moved to Chesaw, but thecondition  of Mr. Mclntyre was so serious as  to necessitate his immediate removal to the hospital in Spokane.  One of the worst accidents in the  history of British Columbia automobile t'ravel occurred oil Sunday  evening-, about seven o'clock, near  Mynoaster, when a car owned by  Jas. Loundagan, a general merchant  of Chesaw, Wash., toppled over a  steep bank, about 500 yards from  .the custom house.  Riding- in the car with Mr. Loundagan, were  his wife and  five-year  old child  and Jas. Mclntyre, also of  Chesaw.      The party were enjoying |  an outing and were  returning from  Rock creek, when after ascending a  rather steep part of the road a sharp  turn    presented    itself,   and   while  negotiating    the    curve,   the   car,  which was travelling at high speed,  left the   road   and was precipitated  about  thirty  feet down  the. bank.  Mrs.    Loundagan,   who. Had   sustained a  broken arm and dislocated  shoulder, hurried  as  best she could  to Myncaster and  secured the help  of several    persons   who  conveyed  the  injured   to   the  custom  house.  The injuries, however, of Mr. Loundagan  proved  fatal, his death taking place on Monday evening.. "Mr.  Mclntyre   was  also seriously hurt,  his injuries consisting of a . broken  hip and internal injuries.    The baby-  escaped with a severe shaking.  The  body   of   Mr.   Loundagan   was  re-  Rutledge-Nixon  A wedding of special  interest to  the people  of  Phoenix was sole/n-  nized   in  Vancouver,  on  Saturday,  April 27, at the residence of T. W.  Nixon,    2257,   Parker-street,   when  Miss  C. Rutledge,  of Belfast,   Ireland, was united in  marriage to the  Rev.   J. J. Nixon,   pastor of. Phoenix   Methodist Church.    The  bride  is a recent arrival'in Canada, coming here from  Philadelphia,   where  she has resided  for some months.  Rev. R.   F.  Stillman, pastor of the  Grand View Methodist  church, tied  the nuptial knot.-in  the presence of  the relatives and intimate friends of  the bridegroom,  and  the same day  the happy couple  boarded the train  for  Phoenix,   arriving here late on  Monday; evening. , ���;;'- ;  On Wednesday evening, May 8,  Mr. and Mrs. j'. J. Nixon will hold  a reception in the Methodist church.  An entertaining program of vocal  and instrumental music has been  prepared, and the Ladies' Aid ofthe  church   will    dispense  refreshments  Automobile for Phoenix  We  have    been   accustomed for  some years past to seeing the auto  cars from surrounding towns passing through' the city, and  with the  exception    of quite   a  number  of  locally-owned   and  powerful   motor  bikes,   we  have  not been .able  to  number  among  our  residents   any  owners   of automobiles.     All  this,  however,  is shortly to be changed,  and to J. E. Thompson, of the firm  of Morrin, Thompson &   Co.,   belongs ,the honor of being the first in  Phoenix to own  a motorcar.    The  order  for   the vehicle,   which   is  of  thirty horse-powerj has  been placed  with   the   Overland    company,    of  Toledo,   Ohio,. and  delivery  is expected in Phoenix about the 20th of  this month.   ���  ELECTRIC HAULAGE  FOR RAWHIDE MINE  Motor to be Installed-Extensive  Diamond Drilling on Promising Voight Group.  According to a statement recently  made to the Pioneer, by E. E. Warren, general manager of the British  Columbia   Copper   Co.,    the   company's    prospective     holdings     in  Voight camp,  Similkameen,  are all  {showing up most .favorably;,the recent  development work   conducted  there having been  of such  sing nature   that   the  Boundary Ore Toftinages  Following are the returns of the  output of the mines and smelters of  ttie Boundary district for the week  ending May 3, and year to date:  a promi-  management  have definitely decided to' install a  compressor and test the ground  with a diamond drill. Improve-'  ments have also been planned at the  during the evening. A cordial invitation is extended to one and all  to be; present!     " '���-"'"  Preparations at Christena Lake  The ice on Christena has now  disappeared and owners of small  craft are now busy overhauling in  preparation for the coming season;  new engines are to be installed.on  O. "B. Smith's motor boat.  Granby v.. ';���..'  Mother Lode.  Rawhide .  Jack Pot ....  Emma . . . ...  Others . . .... .  .23,469  . 5,750  . 5,709  .408  .416  " Rank Swindle "  The Port \Alberni News is'after  the scalp of the' Dominion Stock  and Bond Corporation of- Vancouver, and flatly accuses.that company  of wilful riiisrepresentation in the  sale of "lands ip the neighborhood  of Port Alberni. Following are  some extracts from the current issue  of the foregoing paper: ���  "Altogether the Dominion Stock  and Bond Corporation's "Alberni"  proposition is   as rank  a swindle as  was ever perpetrated in this district.  "The corporation's folder says it  is "an investment that will have no  repetition.'    It'is to  be hoped that  it will not, but  it would  seem that  the best way  to stop  repetitions  of  such  opportunities would be to put  some of the people who offer them  where they ought to be���in jail."  L.  L.  Matthews,  of Greenwood,  A LIGHT  387,535  215,390  Rawhide   mine,   here  in    Phoenix, J who represents the alleged swindlers  and  to  facilitate the taking out of  ore the  company  are about  to inr  stall a motor with the object of pro-  SMELTER TONNAGES  Granby ... ... ... .24,085  B. C. CopperCo;.. 11,240  58,714  9,738  4,901  4,168  458,952  204,849  , viding electric power for the haulage   from   the  lower  levels.      Mr.  B. C. Copper Treatment  The B. C. Columbia company's  smelter treated 11,240 tons of ore  this week, as follows: Mother Lode,  4,087; Rawhide, 6,449; Wellington  320; Jack Pot, 31; Emma, 109;  others, 244.  You are cordially invited to come  and see our Complete Range of  Cuptains h_ Draperies  Warden, who has just returnedfrom  a visit  to the Similkameen  properties,   expressed   himself   as   being  highly pleased with the general progress of the company's operations,  both at Greenwood  and elsewhere.  He emphatically denied  the  recent  newspaper stories that the. company  had   enlarged ..its   Greenwood   furnaces.    They had,  however, rebuilt  a couple of them, but their capacity  had not been altered.      Questioned  as to whether his company intended  to   commence   operations,   such    as  diamond   drilling, on .*he   Brooklyn  mine    property,   Mr. -Warren   said  that   ;'���they  had not  thought'of it.",.  :��The ..smelter ,ret_irns- for C.the.,,, past,  week were it',242 tons,   a reduction  of  about   1996   from   the   previous  week's treatment,  when operations  were impeded by the reconstruction  work at the furnaces.  in that city,- arrived in Alberni on  Friday last, and spent a few days  looking over the property he had  been selling.  " I had my doubts about it and  came to see," said Mr. Matthews to  the Port Alberni News. "I now  mean to take action to compel the  Dominion Stock and Bond corporation to refund all money they have  obtained through my agency. The  sale is a swindle and has��been conducted on outrageous misrepresentations. I have nothing more to  do with it, and emphatically denounce it."  PALE BEER  Is Splendid for Family Use  That is the kind we have  for YOU.  Are You Run Down in Health?,  Order a Case or two, and  see how rapidly you will  improve.  'PHONE  23  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  LIMITED  KingEdwardLodge  No. 38, A.F. and A.M.  Hegulai.communication at 8 <  oo p.m.   Second Thursday of  Applications   for  the approval   ofi  theroute'of the   Kettle ValTey  raiH   Emergent���eetinT"*^  Halt McHale ,B  The "Lost" Watch  road .from Vernon to Kelowna, are!  opposed by. the C.N.R., which, now.|  claimstprior^right'of way:-' Hon. G.-  Cochrane said if there ways, room for  two , roadbeds' he _ would 'approve  both lines. Final decision was left  over pending a conference between  representatives of the two rival  railroads.  Hall. McTHale Blocfe.' -  iDgs as called; Masonic..  rBlodt".'- - >  . r. ..isSAvj ...  BVJ J_L_ V��-   ,.      >...>���'     * -���< ,        ���  *���        x -r^-__���"������'.   Y.   ��..��������.  .^^-���w"'  *i _._,-_.": .-Jr. ,     if '_W.Bt"r>. t-lA&WTii  .Secy, v ,  . ;.���>:;   , ���&&��' y-f:.-   >-  i:o:o.w.  and  Now ready for Inspection.  Cream and Ecru Madras, 40c. to$1.25  PER YARD  We are showing a  special Mercerized  Madras,  in Brown  and Green  $1.00 per yd.  Bungalow Nets, 40c. to $1.35    "  White Lace Curtains, $1.5o to $5 pr.  Special Arabian Net Curtains, so pr.  Projected Football Excursion  Returning-to   his apartments  in a/      There is   considerable   activity  in J  local   hotel,     last   Tuesday,    Anton ( football circles in Spokane in conse-  Bjalatich made   the   unpleasant dis- J quence  coverv that he   had  lost   his watch,  Snowshoe Lodfge  No. 46  Meets every Monday Evening- at  Minex-s' Hall. Visiting ^brethren cordial ly invited.  Samuel Afcljeod. Noble Grand.  Dan Paterson, Fin. Secy.  ___.. L. AIcKinnon, Rec. Secy.  and suspicion was at once aroused  that a certain Mike Yankovitch had  found the aforesaid timepiece before  it was lost. Mr. Yankovitch in the  meantime had left town, but Chief  of Police D. Docksteader held a  fraternal conversation over the wire  with his brother at Midway, and  Mr. Y'ankovitch, who was pursuing  his weary pilgrimage to the United  States via Midway, was requested  by the courteous William to accompany him back to Phoenix to explain  how the "lost" ticker came into  his possesesion. However, his explanation was not accepted by the  court, and Police Magistrate A. S.  Hood, ordered him to be the guest  ofthe province for a period of two  months.  Full range of Art Sateens, Art Cretonnes and  Art Muslins, Plain and Art Silk Reps and  Drapery Serges.  izes-  In Tapestry, Brussels, Velvets and Axminsters,  Change of Management  Jos. Roy, formerly proprietor of  the Roy cafe, has yielded to the importunities of his many friends and  patrons, and has now severed his  connection with the cafe, which  under his supervision had become  so popular with the dining public of  Phoenix, in order to devote the  whole of his time to the management of the King's hotel dining  room. Mr. Roy, who is numbered among the most successful  cuisine artists in B. C, has ex-  presssed his intention of making  a first-class establishment of the  King's, and if his management turns  out to be only half as successful as  his culinary ability there can be no  possible doubt for the .ultimate  success of his new enterprise.  of     information     received  there with reference to the projected  visit to that metropolis of the Phoenix Football Club.     Up   to the present, however, nothing of a definite  nature  has   been   decided   upon   bythe local leather kickers, but in the  event.of a decision being reached to  visit Spokane  on the 24th   of May,  the  local boys  may be   counted on  to   render  an   excellent   account of  themselves.    Altogether up  to  the  present   about   seventy   have signified their intention of accompanying  the Phoenix   eleven, and   no doubt  this number will  be greatly increased when  a  definite  program   is advanced.     It   has further been   suggested by   the leading spirits in the  movement  that  a   special   train  be  chartered  to convey the challenging  invaders to the scene of action.  Daughters of Rebekah  Phoenix Lodge No. 17  Moots in   the   JVCners"   Union   IjO&ge  . Hall First and Thiixl Wednesdays.  Mrs. Rossio Bush. Noble Grand.  Mrs. ElHe Marshall, Secretary.  Fatality at Coal Creek  A fatality occurred last Saturday  at Coal creek, when a man named  Wattleworth, an Hnglish miner,  was caught by the switching engine  and almost-instantly killed.  I.O.O.F. Anniversary Service  To fittingly celebrate the 93rd  anniversary of the founding of the  Independent Order of Odd Fellows  in North America, the local lodge  of that organization, with their  auxiliary the Daughters of Rebekah,  will attend the evening service in  the Methodist church, tomorrow,  May 4th, Hymns and music appropriate to the occasion will be  rendered, and the sermon, the subject of which will be the " Genius of  Brotherhood," will be preached by  the pastor, the Rev. J. J. Nixon.  Card of Thanks  ��� On behalf, of the members of  Phoenix City band, and also of the  committee in charge of the arrangements for the recent band concert,  wc wish to extend our thanks to all  (hose who assisted in the event. The  following is a correct statement of  receipts and expenditures. Receipts,  S104; expenditures, $19; balance,  $85. (Signed), John Finlay, James  Marshall.  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES  Phoenix Aerie No. 158  Meets "in Union Hall, Friday Evenings.  Visiting brothers are always welcome.  Quitman Work, W. P.  T. B. Cosgkove, W. Secy.  K. of P. Lodge,  No. 28    phB��.ecn_x'  Meets Tuesday Evening at 7.30.  Sojourning brothers cordially welcomed. '  J. E. Carter, K. of K. S.  H. M. La ing, C. C.  PYTHIAN SISTERS  Mountain Temple Lodge No. 17  Meets in  Pythian Hull. Lower Town  Firs I and Third Thursdays.  Mrs. A. 1. . .McKenzie  M.U.C.  Mrs. M;iv Almstrom  M.fc.C.  DENTISTRY  Reasonable Prices  For the next 30 days  I   will give a  10 Per Cent Discount  on all  work  if you bring  this announcement.  DR. L. S. EASTMAN,  3 and I Zeigler Block.  N.E. Corner Hiverside ami Howard  SPOKANE,  WASH.  i iM' 'juxruj. wuaa I**1  THE   PIONEER,   PHOENIX,   fcRl?ISH   COLUMBIA  .'j J.  i i.  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Biochue,   Arthur   Brookfield,   Robert   Brown, William James .\  Bryant, Thomas   Burton, 'Thomas '..  Bryne, Geoige   Cameron,   John   D '. ..  Campbell, William Mumo.....  Campbell, Donald   Carlisle, JameS   Carolan, Owen   Carson, Julius Steele    Cascadden, Benjamin A '  Casseln.au, Clayton   Wesley..  Chisholm, J. Frederic   Church, James Oliver   Clayton, Matthew   Clot hier, Robert LeRoy   Corbetto, Andrew   Collins, John   197*-Cooper, William Henry   202 Corbel, Galbraith H. J .'.  203 Cordy, James .'.-..,  208    Cosgrove, Patrick��Henry :  2io_ iCouIonibe, Auguste '..  211'  Cousins, Basil Alexander   215 Craig, William   216 Crane, John   220    Cree, John Matthew '....  224^  Curley.  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Plioenix  Rodger, Archie James Phoenix  Roome, Geoige Walter , Phoenix  Ross, Colin Alexander Phoenix  Ross, Thomas Murdock : Phoenb:  Ross, James I .Phoenix  Ryan, Thomas Jefferson Phoenix  Ryan, Peter '. : '��� Grand Forks  "BROWME'S" PKIXCESS  By Slieil Barry  The' olock <in the outer office had  jusit struck nhie when "Brownie"  ���tripped into tilie chief's roam \t;lfch the  keys. The great man looked up at  Mm with a. gen'la.1 expression softening the usually severe lines of his  face. Observanit and far-seeing, almost to tho point of genius, he knew    none better ��� Mat in tho person  of Philip Dodson the firm of Gart.es  Btos., wholesale hardware merchants,  Wlngato Street, S.E., possessed a jewel  of a cos-hler.  He was a.lso well liked, for laughter was no stranger to the shining  brown eyes, and tho little, dun-  coiloured hands were quick to do a  kindily service.  "One moment, Dodson! You will  re-commence your duties on Monday  next, at an 'Increase of sidary amounting to five shl'lliaigs per week!, and I  should like to, add what, 1 think, you  will not be displeased to hear, that  your services up to the present have  given iis tile fullest satisfaction." '  . "Thank you,  sir." , ���     '  Tho cashier's  voice  was not quite  ���The ohlef nodded kindly, and  THE TilUCE  By Thomas Sprntt  The sun rose slowly over the edge  of 'the wood, while a lovely slip. of. a  girl, ricli In the 'promise of glorious  womanhood, sat watchlm.. the coming  day. The birds caroled a.round her,  the wild filowers opened their Bleepy.  eyes nnd nodded brightly, the fragrant  dogwood under which she sat sent  showers of -its soft white. peta;ls to,  greet her, but tho lit tie,'.messengers;  fell 0.1 and around her unheeded and  unseen. '������.-, ���'.������.'. ��� ���;..:. -;���   '.,������/  Over   beyond   the .eastern   horizon  her father was fighting.  .Down In the 'tree shaded va-lley  whore the violets grew her mother  had slept for nineteen years, while  tbqck In the shuttered house in his.  own room lay tlie soldier son and  brother nearlng his journey's end.  The smaiM squad of uniloii officers  which had surprised it party(df eou-.  federate scouts the night before, while  not -able to capture the trespassers,  had succeeded In mortally ��� wounding  William Bickerton, tlie youngest of  tlie three.  It was a nearly, .unconscious, com-  S^li xZm^U^me^sc:- ���e   rnde they assisted from -hi��.horie.,and  of many -at his elbo  "A trifle you will no doubt be Oible  to make use of," he observed genially.  "Something -pretty for the wife, eh?  and���or, I beg your pardon!"  A quick flush had dyed* the thin  cheeks of the little cashier, nnd his  head moved negatively several times.  punts ��� his siator, Alice, and old  "Aunt Linda," who had nursed them  both.  The sun was well over the tree tops  when the girl airoso and walked slowly back to the house and passed  through the  empty hall  and  up   the  I'm sorry," supplemented the ohlef   uncarpeted stairs.    She tapped softly.  Salo, John  Salva, Joseph   Sargeant, Wm. B   Saunders, Charles   Sawrej',   Herbert...'.   Scange, Edmund   Scliulli, Angelo .-..   'Scott,   William   Shea rs, Ed ward.'   Sheppard, Waller Alex   Simmons,   James :  Simpson,   Tom   'Sinclair, Archie   Skinner, Edwin B   Slater, Thomas   Smith,   Maxwell   Smith, William R   Smith,  George ,   Smith; Silas....'   Smith, Herbert .<...  Smith, Horace Lewis   Spaulding, John   William...  Spidding,  William   Spooner;  David   Spooner, Edward   Stack, Francis Edward   Starkey, Arthur Edward....  Stephens, William Joseph..  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"No, sir, not yet-��� at least. -"  "Ah!    I  understand.    Selected, but  not yet acquired,  eh?. Well ���, hum!  I' wish   you   1 uck,   Dodson, , a  Christmas, arid '��� gpod-nlght!"     ������������.��� V|  Taylor, Kenneth C. C ' Grand Forks  Taylor, James Caulfield Grand Forks  Templeton, James Alex Phoenix  Tela, Matt "��� ��� ���   Phoenix  Thorn, James '. Phoenix  Thompson,   Niek Phoeiiix  Thompson,   Nicolai '. Phoenix  Thompson,  Joseph .' , Phoenix  Thor-nton, Bernard V Phoenix  Todd, George Bain   Grand Forks  Todd, James Alfred Grand Forks  Tooley, Percy  John - '. Phoenix  Townson, William .' Phoenix  Turnbull,   William."-. Phoenix  Turner,   Alexander Phoenix  Twigg,  James Phoenix  Veness, Joseph Alfred Charles '. '.. Grand Forks  Verzuh, Frank .' Grand Forks  Wadman, Ross ." Phoenix  Walker,   Gordon     .'.   -..'. Phoenix  Walker, James Russell ' Grand forks  Warren, Sidney Samuel  Watson,   Albert   AVatsori, Robert   Watson, George  Byron..  Weiser, Walter   Wells, Frank   John   Welsh,  John   Werner, John  Emanuel..  White, James   E..."   White, John Albert   White,  Edmund   Whitman', Bert  .Grand Forks   Phoenix   Phoenix  ...... Phoenix  , .Grand Forks   Phoenix   Phoenix   Phoenix  . .Grand Forks   Phoenix   Phoenix  No.  ���     7  '59  423  676  895  1100  1198  Phoenix  Wick,  William , , Phoenix  Wildman, William  Henry Phoenix  Williams, Levis '. Phoenix  Wilms,  Frank Joseph Phoenix  Woodend, Robert I. ���. Phoenix  Woodrow, James Phoenix  Wright,   Andrew Phoenix  Y.ites,   James Plioenix  Young, Maurice Edmond Phoenix  THE FOLLOWING ARE REPORTED DECEASED:  Name  Almas, Egbert..  Hentley,  Wallace...  Bergeron, Phillip.. .  Carter, William  Watson  Place  Grand Foiks  Grand Forks  Grand Forks  Plioenix  "Good-nlght, vBlr; ,and the same,.to  ������yW"XX:y-^.X-''^r   ������"���,.������������'.���'   ���-.������.���.-.���   ���'���..;������.;..  ������".���At' ��� ti}e ."���corner '"of the street,  "Brownie'! overtook a fellow-clerk-���  a big, .hulking man,1 with heavy  features 'and a sullen expression.  "Going down-.. by this train. Bob ?"  tie queried  briskly: '  ��� The big mail nodded, and the pair  walked on, side'by side. '..".  "Not half a bad sort ���vthe boss,"  he said warmly:" "What do you think?  He's raised me five bob!"  ."Humph!" commented 'tlie big main.  "Besides tlie,usual half-quid for a  OhTistmais Box;'' went on the other  cheerfully; "I-call it liberal!"���-..���'"  "Do you?" Mr. Robert Dredge was  .emphatic.    "A .mere flea-bite!"  The little ��ashler, rushed breathlessly oh .to the station-platform just  as Dredge.was in the act of entering  ain .Mtupty ithird-eliass compartment,  arid scrambled in behind him.        -  "Look!" lnvlted:\ the little man,  tvylstlug the paipeT wrapping off a  gaudily-coloured china vase, in the  shape of a Neapolitan shepherdess,  and holding it adoft. "That's father  pretty,* don't you itih-tok?"-  "Bob, old fellow," he communicated  abruptly, "there's something' I've got  to tell' you before it bursts me. The  fact is, I���I've found my woman!"  "Well, I suppose that's better than  finding somebody else's!" he vouchsafed  grimly.  "I pulled her out from under a caib-  horse's feet," went on "Brownie"  quietly. -"Of course I walked with her  bafair as the corner of the _vtreet,  and'there I..left her. The following  evening, I met her again at almost  exactly tlie same spot. AVe walked the  length of two streets this time, and  the next night, it was three. "Then  for: two nights I missed her; but she  oame the next, and I got her to pro-  miiie she'd meet me a>t the station  this  everting."   . %":';  "And that's all, T think, except that  I've, named her 'the Princess,' and  that I feel sure we were meant for  eaoh other from the beginning of  things. She's very sweet and small,  Bob, old .man','���-.' arid * good; 0*, 1  know she's good! But scarcely so "happy as she ahigh. the, I fancy."     :.  "Ohuck It, 'Brownie'!" he said with  a short laugh, "you don't know anything about women, and that's a fact.  Ycu think tliey're, first ccriislns to the  angels. Walt ttli yoii'ye lived with  one."  "By-^lie-by, Bob, yori've been spliced  a little over a yeair, haven't you?"  .  "Yes." -.  "And I've never met your wife!"  "Your fault," retorted the other.  "1'im under the linpressdon that I  wrote, lnvlitlng you to the wedding."  '"Right; and I stayed away. Shall  I tell you why? You remember that  girl from Snelgrove's that wo used to  travel down with every night In tho  train ���the one we ��� er ��� i]Darn.Med  about? And that other one later on  we met at Yarmouth during the hoii-  on.-tflie bed-rooin door, to be'admitted  by    the    old    caretaker,    who    was  battling _or the young soldier's life..  . ','Did    ynh    lock, de    outside    do',  honey?" s'he asked in a whisper.  "Yes/: Aunt"Linda. V Are   tlie   men.  happy j asleep?"        :. ' ���.".������'.''    ���"��� '  Sh-h-h,  not -so  loud,   but ah  low  Hansen, Lars         ......  .Gilpin   dayB-   Somehow or other we have ul-  Miller, Robert J '...'.  ....      '. Cascade   ,wnys ��ee��n��I to want the same things,  Ness,  Hogan      .'.'..'.  Christina Lake   havea t we?   And I was awfully afraid  loga  Shea, Eugene P  Telreau, Edward Loni   l'lioenix  .Grand Forks  AND TAKE NOTICE that at a Court of Revision to be held on the 20th day of  May, 1912, at the Court Mouse in Grand Forks at 10 o'clock  in  ihe  forenoon   I   shall  hear and determine the said objections and unless such named persons or some   other  Provincial voter on their behalf satisfies me that such objections are not   well founded  I shall strike such names off Ihe said register. "  S.  R. Almomd,  '....,' .;' Registrar of Voters.  Dated this 20th day of April, 1912.  r  UP-TO-DATE PRINTING  How about your Stationery? The  Pioneer has a complete stock and  is fully equipped for executing all  orders with neatness and dispatch.  We do anything that can be done  "..\   .*.   with paper and ink   ..%   .*.  . THE PHOENIX PIONEER  to fall la love with the same woman,  so  Don't you understand?"  A minute later the pair stood side  by side on   the crowded  platform.  Presently Dredge, whose weight  had carried him on ahead, halted suddenly .In front of a woman, conspicuously pretty and becomingly  dressed, who was scanning the stream  of passengers moving towards the  exit with eager eyes.  "Why, Mary?"  The b'-g man did not seem altogether pleased, and the woman ��� a  small, frail creature ��� took a step  backwards, her eyes dilating as if  with fear.  "At last, Bob, old man! What a  terrible crush! Oh, for a burly form  and muscles of Why, what���oh!..."  The words died on the littie  cashier's tongue, as his eyes suddenly  encountered those of the woman.  Dredge stepped forward hastily.  "Allow me," he said, "to Introduce  you to my wife!"  The Neapolitan shepherdess crashed  on the stone paving.  "Your���wife "  "Brownie" had met h._ "Princess"  according to appointment,  "I can't tell her &he Is the first girl  I ever loved. She knows I've been engaged before."  "Well, tell her your'e glad you discovered your mistake in time."  dey la. Dey 'speets tuh leave, at  dawk' aii'"tak-Mawso .Willie's'hawse  .'long."C:::: 7".   ...... .'.'���;:    "Will, ho live. Aunt Unda?" And  ,the bide eyes seiirched the darw ones.  "Sho, chile, ah reckon. If de good  Lawd's wlllin', Mtiwse, WillieMl be  heali fo' a long time. Now, you sit  heah while.ah fetch some fresh watah  ���an' mln' ynii keep qhangln' dera cloths  on his hnid,":        )X  Muj; Blck'etron's position" with the  southern army had so far assured  . protection for his. daughter and her  nurse, bobli: of whom hud begged to  stay as long as possible in the old  home.- To be sure, practically everything usable about the place had been  seized in 'the name of the government  and the slaves had been ll'berated, but  tflie deaa-.did house was still a,shelter  arid . ou'tside proteotion was theirs,  alheit from union men ��� protectiiou  which had been scornfully rejected; by  Alice, to " be as wisely accepted by.  Aunt Linda, who realized that pro-  tectiion, even from- azi enemy, was  sometimes a boon.,  _ The days  lengthened  into a . week  and; thei Hfe.&park;ot the; fever racked -r  main was growing fainter;YIfls companions hail "thought the uiilou camp /.  ��� a. mile and  a. half  north  of   the ";  Bickerton   homo   ���'   would   soon   be  broken by their men and had promised  the first medical men and had  pro- -  mispd the first medical add possible,  but the days had passed and no relief  had come,'.  Silently,. fircefly, tho two women  fought for the llfo so dear to them,  deaf; to tlio continued rap pings of the.  messenger who: was waiting outside.  But-jat dayIght-of .tlie seventh day,  when the.red of the-enemy's fires" was  paling in the dawn; he opened. tho  door unannounced and, gently brushing -.the two' watchers aside,' commanded the soldier soul to follow him.  Together thoy passed out into the  early morning.  The union camp was astir with tho  sun and a group of officers gatihered  airound tlie . gen eral 's ten t - wero  startled .to ��ee a slender, bareheaded,  'beantlful gtni appear before them,  Aftor the first .outburst of. grief  Aunt "Linda and she had faced together the necessity of securing help  to bury their beloved dead.. Not an  implement could be found on the place*  nor at >j>.ny of the neighboring houses  and the few homes not already deserted sheltered help to be secured  formany miles was women like themselves. The nearest from tlie union  men. It was with reluctance the gtrl  was persuaded to seek relief from the  only possible source; Aunt Linda had  deftly brushed and colled the girl's  thick chestnut hair and laid out tlia  best of what was left of her wardrobe  and made her ready to face the bitterest moment of hor life.  Like a' flower of truce she stood  before the general and his men. Simply and directly she told her story,  omitting as niuoli as possible any conflicting details, stating that her  brother hod been wounded while trying to reach home for a few hours'  stay and that his two companions -had  returned   that  night.  Oentily the general questioned her  and, satisfied that his attempt to gain  Information was fruitless .ordered two  of his men to return with her to her  home, himself promising to go over  in the afternoon.  It was nearly tho cl.se of day that  a little group of uuion men went up  the broad steps of the Bickerton  home. Led by the general, the party  mounted the stairs" to find Alice waiting at the top, a. confederate flag  folded across her arm. Silently she  led the way to the,boy's room, where  he still lay, dressed by Aunt Linda in  the old gray uniform he had worn  homo, an early white rose in hiq  hand.  The general looked long at the boy*  ish face, then turned to the girl who  stood like a statue beside him.  "I thank you, Miss Bickerton," hq  said, "for the trust and the honor yon  have conferred upon me in coming to  me as you did. You women of the  south nre not less fine than your men  and 1 shall cherish tho memory of  your trust always."  With touching solemnity he assisted  her in wrapping the dead soldier h.  the folds of his flag,- then tenderly  the blue-ceaitC'd men carried the body  through the ,old house" and garden,  down to tho valley whero the mothef  had waited so long.  **.* '..    ._  ~  _��__��_&   v^*^_______f^s&l_s__?*^SsiSSS^fiv^jiv^^^^^-S^^^tiv^l^^ THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BBSTISH   COLUMBIA.  m.' Weak .Heart  y Many people Buffer from weak hearts. They may experience shortness of breath on exertion, pain over the heart,  or dizzy feelings, oppressed breathing after meals or their  eyes become blurred, their heart is not sufficiently strong  to pump blood to the extremities, and they have cold hands  and feet, or poor appetite because of weakened blood supply  to the stomach. A heart tonic and alterative should be taken  which has no bad after-effect. Such is Dr. Pierce's Golden  Medical Discovery, which contains no dangerous narcotics *  nor alcohol.  The  */���;  M '-_r  _ -_-__, _----_."__*��� sylvattea); Black Cher, ybark (Pruaua Vlnrlolaan).  w?^!'}S,SS\IS^V'hyVttm ����*f��ni), with triple refined K\yci'inl7vnpii^  in s scientific laboratory in a way that no druggist could imitate.   .  C Cherryba  _   Mum i-ciiaruin), whit " '  "  oratory in a way that no drui   This tonic contains no alcohol to shrink up the red blood corpuscles; but, on  the other hand, it increases their number and they become round and healthy.  It helps the human system in the constant manufacture of rich, red blood.' It  helps the stomach to assimilate or take up the proper elements from the food,  thereby helping digestion and curing dyspepsia, heart-bum and many uncom-  tort, ble symptoms, stops excessive tissue waste in convalescence from fevers; .  for the run-down, antemio, thin-bloodcd people, the "Discovery " is refreshing  and vitalizing. - Stick to this safe and sane remedy, rfnd refuse all " just as good *��  medicines offered by the druggist who is looking for a larger profit." Nothing  but Ur.. Pierce s Golden Medical Diocovery will   do you jialf as much good.  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  ISSUED  WEEKiY  at Phoenix," British Columbia  Subscription, 2.00 per year  2.50 to United States.  G. 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' ,   , '  The colors are beyond description; at tim.es pure white ; .at times  of a greenish tint caused by the reflection of light upon the mass "ot  ice under the water being thrown  back upon the exposed surface. The  side in shallow is TS. beautiful blue,  the - reflected color pf- the sky.  Others are of a darker blue because  built up of ice formed from fresh  water that has melted on the surface of the glaciers, or rain or  melted snow. 'r- - ��  It is generally believed that for  every cubic foot of ice above water  there are seven below, and a berg  therefore.that towers 100 feet above  the ocean level, has a total o�� 800  feet.  It is known of course that icebergs are mere chips from the  great northern glaciers. It was  thought at one time that as the  glaciers pushed themselves into the  sea it was pressure from behind  that caused the masses to become  detached from the main body. It  is now known that the birth of icebergs is produced  by the action of  such supine ignorance in the matter  is shown   it is  difficult to imagine,  particularly when there already exists   a most  stringent set  of laws  governing such cases; it also goes  without saying that when a law is  once entered in the  British statute  books, that law has not been made  to gratify one half the people, and  then wilfully ignored to afford pleasure and relief W the other half.  The  Act iit question  specifically   applies  to  all   ships   ofthe  British  marine  (the Titanic was one of them)-; it is  not even   necessary for the  ship to  be lost', but that if such a misadventure,  as for  instance, stranding or  colliding   with   another,   or  in   the  event _6J/ fire,   then   such incidents  are considered sufficient grounds to  warrant the "assembly of a Board of  IVa'.lii inquiry.     Not only is this the  .Bfitisti    law5; "but  there   is   also   a  judge and   court tpr  deciding questions   pertaining   to   the mercantile  marine.    The judge, isr assisted   in  his dutres by two nautical-assessors,  generally two  captains of the merchant marine, who- are-appointed in  much the Same  manner as that em-  ployed in the empannelting of a jury,  i.e., by supoepa. Among the powers  vested in  a British ' Board of Trade  inquiry  is -the ^authority to cancel  a ship's, officers' ^'navigation  certifi-  cates,;and whert culpable negligence  is'shown, - its finding in some cases-  is followed by action it. the criminal  courts:*. '      ,   "   "  Unless otherwise requested,  and  unlike the United States, tbe British  government  never  interferes in the  case of disaster to  foreign  vessels  unless requested to do so; but otherwise no  inquiry  as to the why and  wherefore- of, the  loss of a  foreign  ship.is  even dreamed   of.    Even if  we ignore  the senseless-catechism  of Senator Smith,  the right of the  United States Senate in appointing  a  committee   of   inquiry  into   the  circumstances attending the loss of  the Titanic,  a  British   ship, flying  the British flag and lost a thousand  miles from the  United States,  has  already  been challenged by   international  jurists   of   repiite,   but   it  might not   be   oat of place  if they,  continue sitting  and find out   why  the captain of the General Slocum',  the  direct   cause   of   the   death   of  hundreds    of New;  York  children,  The imdexwear  without a fault  Stationery ��* Confectionery  Fancy Goods. Dolls and Toys, Books,  Magazines and Periodicals, Kodaks,  Films and Supplies, Musical Instruments and Supplies.    School Sundries.  WALL PAPER AND DECORATIVE PICTURES,  ,    GLASSWARE  AND   CHINA.  Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes and Smokers' Sundries.  ZXSZXlZr*       AL. ALMSTROM  the tides.     Upward \ and downward  pressure is exerted by the water at] should now be walking the streets,  the rise and fall ofthe tides, on sub-la free man.     Surely'there are mat-  ..    . .       [ merged portions of the glacier front, I ters undoubtedly within the jurisdic  forces off a strip of ice, wftich floats! of the   Senate   that  cry  aloud  fori  away as a berg. I investigation, without transgressing I  Those seen  in the North Atlantic! on the  undisputed rights of another!  D. J. MATHESON   .Insurance Agent  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE -GLASS,  COMMISSIONER FOR TAKING  AFFIDAVITS  FIRE,  LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX.  B. C.  ������ ..iu  It's Worth Something  To be able to select your clothes where there's nothing but  good quality to choose from ; and variety enough for every  man. If I cannot suit you with a Ready-to-Wear, you. can  have a suit made' specially for you. I have a big iine of  samples to chodse from. It's' a pleasure to show them, they  they are so good.  A full line of Shirts, Underwear, Hats, etc., carried.  ThOS.  BrOWn       Men's Vttear Exclusively  ������"' '  Cleanliness our Watchword  The product ofthe 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  IX  W. A. McKay St Bone  Proprietors  by ships passing . to and from  Europe represent the wastage from  the glaciers of Greenland. In that  country is found one of the very  largest glaciers in the world, the  Humboldt Glacier, discovered by  Dr. E. K. Kane, only as late as  1853. It is sixty miles in length,  and has a perpendicular face of 300  feet. How many icebergs are sent  on their career through the ocean  by this glacier it is impossible to  say, though several arctic explorers  declare that the Humboldt is respon  sible every year for at least half a  million icebergs.  The bergs from Greenland are  carried down toward the middle of  the Atlantic by the Labrador current. They travel rig"ht down the  coast of Labrador, passing New  Foundland, until they reach the  warm-waters of the Gulf stream,  when they disappear. They have  however, been sighted below the  fortieth parallel, or nearly on a line  with Cape Hatteras, North Carolina.  Thousands do not get any further  than the coast of Labrador, where  they become stranded. Steamers-  travelling northward from St. John's  are often in view of iceberg s all day,  passing in endlesss procejsssion, as  many as fifty being in sig ht at one  time.  equally as great a country  ran-  The Central Hotel  NEAREST HOTEL TQTAMOUS GRANBY MIMES  FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION FOR  MINERS  Bar Stocked with the Finest Line of Wines, Liquors, Cigars  The Titanic Inqu iry  The surprise manifested in certain circles that the Britisih government is about to hold an .investigation into the causes connected with  the .sinking of the British steamer  Titanic, have created no end of  astonishment in the minds of all  people giftedl with any claitns .to  an  average   intelligence.    But   why  A. O. JOHNSON  Proprietor  Phoenix Cartage Co.  If you require any Heavy Teaming or Hauling done,  let us do it for you. That is our business, and we  have the equipment to execute all orders satisfactory.  First-Class Wood  We also have a supply of first-class Cord wood, short  or long, and can deliver it on short notice.  D. L. McElroy   -  Lumber, Lath and Shingles.  Proprietor  PHOENIX, B.C.  Our Spring Sale  Within the past few months g  over 100 persons have written g  to the Zam-Bak Co. reporting  their cure of eczema, rashes  and skin diseases by- Zam-Buk 1  Doe .thisnot prove ihat Zam-  Buk is something- different ?  Don't you need ii in your  household?  Miss Mary MoCuvg, 913 St. Oath-  erino Street W., Mottitcwl, says:  "I do not know words powerful  enough to express my gratitude to  Zam-Buk. Eczema, broke out on my  ���calp and hands, ?he irritation of  the scalp was so bad that 1 could not  9loop or rest, and I. feared I should  have to have roV tfair cut off. On  my hands the di^aaso appeared ,m  sore patches, the burning andpitching  of winch drove me many times to  spells of weeping. I wont to tho dispensary, but they referred roe to a  skin specialist, who said that mine  was as bad a case of eczema as he had  seen. He gave me some ointment,  and then a second lot, but neither  cave mo any relief.  "I was In a very bad condition when Zam-  Buk was introducedrbut I soon found out  tb���� it wm different from all tho other teme-  die��. I pertevered with tho Zam-Buk treat,  ment. and each box did roe more end more  Rood. The irritation and smarting eoon die-  appeared, then the ooree began to heal, fresh  healthy skin crew over the parte wbloh had  been eoro, and I am now quite free from all  tr��oe�� of eczema, both on head and hands.  ���Mr heir bat alio beon saved.''  "S_SSn" U ��U4 �� .uro euro for pilM, �����I>��i��'j��.  __ad _oUsn. cuts, burns and. nil sltln Injuries, Wc,  _Ji��ra��fUtllindMores, orWBuk tf... Toronto.  tot price;   Rtfuse subrtltuton.  opens with hundreds of dollars worth of new  FU RIM ITU RE, StfSS&Sr*-for  We have been particularly successful in securing the desirable kinds of furniture such  as the majority of folks are buying every day.  If you will call today we will be pleased to  show you  our beautiful line of new goods.  QUICKLY  STOPS  COUGHS.   OUflBS  COU 1S  MEALS THB THROAT AMD; MlNQ9r 09 0Biff. TO  'We have just received our first consignment of  FRESH G|0RNED CREAMERY BUTTER  ,      . : AND THE QUALITY IS VERY CHOICE.  Those of our many Customers who are getting-   their   Butter elsewhere, should try a pound. "���  "Empress'" Fresh Churned, 40c. per lb.  Fresh Farm Eggs, 40c. per dozen.  'Wholesale and Retail Butchers and Produce Merchants  PHOENIX, B. C.        PHONE 2  ^^��i!^^!^^^?>^^^^  .mi i  THE    PIONEER,- PHOENTX.    BRETTSH'   COLUMBIA.  *  i  * _  a  $_&-'  di.  MNNNN^NN^gN^  If  IS* ft-  i  I- A.-'-.* _M._fe.S_,.. - V  J-feV  S_.  E-J.  c  ways  fe  k  els  f_k_��KK8_S|  |Gottfideii.i;,of|  ?| pweaftiLwholesome 1  enusing"  7  Local and General  PINE TONIC  FOR WOMEN.  Finder will  returning to  i^Mr^fape Cream-/Tartar.  to,**������** jgaking Powder  t No Alum .  No  Lime Phosphate  ^*K_SKKB_S3K��*NK-Nm>i&.  Made froii\Grape$  HAND-PAINTED CHINA  __- F ^ t'*  -_��-���> (       We have;, a very _v.ee selection to choose from.,    ����� -���_. .  '," NOTHING OTC^R FOR WEDDING PBESENTS."     J,V'  SMALL PLATES, SI.OO, $2.25 and S3.00 '.  .     LARGE PLAQU ES   -       -     $2.75 to S5.00 *  ** : - .   ..-��� , -    r    > . * t- v^ .-   - . ���  - BON BON DISHES  (nicely painted)  $1.50  Up      --  t  E. A. BLACK  -   The Jeweler  '.ifr- .-*..   /&,i.frS&-j_.*��� fr ���  / r  I Great JJpBtftera RaLiltyay  /     . Round-Trip Excursion  1        RATES TO THE EAST  I  , A fewSamples���Other,.reductions  to  many Eastern  and Middle  .     West Points in Canada and Unite'd States.  WINNIPEG   -   $ 60.OO             DENVER   -  S 55.00  MONTREAL-        91.5o             ST. PAUL -  60.OO  QUEBEC       -      105.00             ST. LOUIS  7o.oo  HALIFAX      -  , i27.2o.  .        CHICAGO  72.5o  TORONTO    -        91 .'5o   >*���      NEW YORK  1 o8.5o  "Tickets are first-class, on  sale  May  2nd, and   continuing- on  . different dates in May, June, July, Aug. and bSept. -Fina'l return  limit Oct. 31st. Liberal stopovers allowed. Option of returning1  through California'at "slightly higher rate." For * full-particulars  call or address ' W." X. PERKINS,' Agent.  ({  T should feel guilty not to own a  -���- Blue Serge Suit" he said, "wheii  I can get a guaranteed fadeless Fit-  Reform Serge for $18."  The 2 and 3 button styles are just  different enough to be both smart*,  and good-looking. < ���  MM^X'   with   the    new"   'English  shoulders ��� and tailored through-'  out as' Fit-Reform always tailors  every garment. '  .'?-  fmmt  __l_.i.  MORRIN THOMPSON  Phoenix, B.C.  Tony Turano was a visitor to the  Forks for a couple of day�� this wefek.  Albert Biner, manager of the Phoenix Brewing Co., Ltd., paid a vibit to  Fife this week.'  Lost.���Bunch of keys.  he suitably rewarded by  Granby office. '  Mrs. Jas." Weir returned to town on  Saturday, after a,few -weeks.visit'to  her mother, Mrs. Parks," in Vanqoii\;pr.  Presbyterian service will be held on  Sunday morning at 11 a.m., in the  K.P. __ail. A-cordial welcome. Rev.  J. Ji, Munro.   "   _ ���    t   _-  'A business trip during the jjveek took  J. E. Brine, manager 'of ���the ,local  branch of the Bank of.Cdrnmerce, to  beautiful Christina.    _. "__       ���        ,:  ' ''  John Hughes, one of tlie-old timers  of Phoenix,'who h^asbeen spej. ding the  winter in Spokane, returned .to town  on Thursday eveniug. < __ 'v.,  .  Found���On Sunday last, a, \yatc1i.  Owner can have same Jby^prdving property and defraying 'advertisement  charges. ** Apply J. P. J>Y>x. \    i  'Euiil Car.sou,t who for some days  past has been a'.patie'nt in the'local  hospital suffering from a severe attack  of pne4unionia, is now; considered to be  out-of "danger.,.  "    - '      ..   . '  Lawrence'McElroy refcurnecl to town  on WednlElsaay,' aftei? a,jten days', trip  thiough the Similkameen district,,.or  -the purpose of adding, to his.) already  fine collection of horaeflesh." ��� ^ :\-\l t  "Thos. Russell left> oik Tuesday., for  Spokane. . Aiumior was rife at the depot thaf^'the object,',;of his trip.to  the States was an'.ijppoi;fcant one, and  that he wUl return'accoiiipanied.;;'.; ���  _ Th,e Services on Sunday in St. John's  Church" are: Holy Coinmunipn at 7.30  a.m., Morning "Prayer jit 10.30; ^Holy  Communion at 11 a.m., Sunday School  at 3, EVening'TPrayer at 7.30. Rev. L.  .B. Lee, Rector.     "'    ~ -x      ' ��  /i The stated services, in-the Catholic  church are as follows: First and third  Sundays in the month.." Muss at 10  a.m., Sunday School at 2.30 pnv;  Evening Service at 7.30 p.m. Rev.  TPath.rChoinel; pastor;  " "- -  ' A: 'B. Butterworth, formerly elec-  triciaxi at the Snowshoe mine, who recently ���*refb,JPhoenix, \s now temporarily in 'cha'rge. of the* electrical equipment of the-nickel'CPlate mine, at  Hedley, in the Similkameen.  Pi'ofessor Marks is now making arrangements for a ball on Friday, the  lOfch of May. Several novel features  are to be introduced and a thoroughly  enjoyable evening's entertainment is  promised.  Geo. Elkins, District Deputy Chancellor of the Knights of Pythias, is receiving the congratulations of his  friends and brothers on the arrival  on Friday morning, May 3, of a pros-  "pective member of the order.  ' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pope, who have  resided here for some years past,  severed their connection with Phoenix  this week,, leaving on 'Tuesday's train  'for Spokane. Mr. Pope was for some  considerable time employed as shift-  boss at the Rawhide mine.  ��� Noble .Binns, police magistrate of  Trail, paid one of his rare visits to  Phoenix this week. Mr. Binns was  one of the camp's first settlers, and  after living here for some years, disposed of his business and settled permanently in the smelter city.  The" Scandinavian Aid and Fellowship Society have arranged for a dance  to take place on May 14, in, their hall  on Ironsides avenue, for the purpose  of raising funds for the assistance of  one of I heir brethren, who some time  ago met with a serious accident in the  Rawhide mine.  Dr.'X/. S. Eastman, of No. 3 and i  Zeigler block, Spokane, announces a  discount of ten. per cent on all dentistry work performed by him during  'the next thirty days. Dr. Eastman  who is one of the -most prominent  practitioners in Spokane, guarantees  the utmost satisfaction to all who  honor him with their patronage.  . Manager Vignaux* of the Phoenix  opera house, has booked two of the  hiost attractive plays fiow on tour in  the west. The "Squaw Man," which  drew such a crowded house on its last  appearance here, will' again be presented about the 14th of this month,  while the "White Squaw," another  westera.play, of unfailing interest, is  definitely booked for the 22nd inst.  Leonard Adams and Jos. Twells arrived in Phoenix on Monday from  Nottingham, England. The Victorian,  on which they sailed, had a full passenger list, most of them being land-  seckers for the west. While at sea  they received news pf the Titanic.,  plight, but none of the passengers  were aware of her fate until they arrived at St. John's. The ship was  slowed down several times on account  of ice, as many as fifteen icebergs being sighted.  The whole of the Pioneer plant is  now electrically driven, the fittings  having been-installed and the work  completed this' week. For the splendid work accomplished we are greatly  indebted to D. Biner, whose practical  suggestions and thorough workmanship is highly appi eciated and beyond  all praise. In consequence of the above  improvements we aie now in a position  to handle all orders with greater  promptitude and" despatch, together  With a guarantee of satisfaction to our  many patrons.  Canadian  to principal "points i'i Eastern Canada  >", <* and United States.  "���Tickets are for First-Class passage,  and will be on sale'MAY 2, 3, 4, 9, 10,  '17, 1#; 24, 29 and ceitain days in JUNE  JULY, AUGUST and SEPTEMBER.  Final return limit October 31, 1912. '  RETURN FARE FROM PHOENIX  ��� AND KOOTENAY. POINT8  Winnipeg - - - $60. oo  Toronto - ;- -      91.5o  Montreal, - - - 105.oo  St. John, N.B. - 120.OO  St.;Paul - - -      6O.00  Chicago - - -      72.50  New York - - - 108.50  Boston - - - HO.oo  Full particulars regarding routes,  limits, stopovers, etc., as well as fares  to many other Eastern Points can be  obtained from any C. P. R. Ticket  Agent, or write  j. a. Mcdonald,  District Passenger Agent,  Nelson, B. C.  A. S. Hood  * Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.      General Agents.  Issuer of Marriage Licences  Bant Block, Phoenix, B.C.  Call and  Get It.  MADAM  LAVAL'S  Cotton Boot Compound Tablets  A. EEUABLEKEOPLATOR  These Pills are compounded 1.1th the greatest  care from the most reliable remedies known to  science; such as are being used with much success  by the most celebrated pn>sicians known.  They are a specific lor the distressing- disorders  to which the female constitution is liable.  Price $2 a bo-*. Wo. 8 (much stronger), $3 s  box. bold at all drug stores, or by mail from Tb��  ___tTalX.i-.il. Co., St. Catharines, Out.  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.      ELECTRIC LIGHTED  James Marshall, Prop, Phoenix, B.C.  rM  FOR SALE  The John McRae residence, on Gospel hill, is now offered for-- sale at a  ���very low figure and exceptionally easy  terms. If interested call-it the Granby  office for particulars. - .  ROYAL  BILLIARD  PARLORS  Beautiful Selection of Pipes, Cigars  Tobaccos. All the most popular  blends of Cigarettes, etc.  Cosgrove & McAstocker, Props.  Dr. de Van's Female Pills  A reliable French regulator; never falls. These  pills are exceedingly powerful in regulating the  generative portion of the female system. Refuse  all cheap imitations. Dr. de Van's are sold it  85 a box, or three for HO. Mailed to any address.  Xba Soobell Drag Co., St. Catharines, Out.  Mineral Act.  Form  F   -  Certificate of Improvements.  PUBLIC NOTICE  HOUSE FOR SALE.  1 will sell my House   and. Lot on  Iionsides avenue, at a very low figure,  if sold within 20 days. Will give terms.  Apply John Mcintosh, Ironsides Ave.  Electric Restorer for Men  Phosphonol restores every nerv.e in the body  ���-���-���-������--���__ to its proper tension; restores  SSt-fi_-vltalU?- .Premat��redecay andallsexual  weakness  averted at once.    Pitosphonol wfU  _Blkei_f_._.?i ?owma-.'_ Prlce_S?�� b��*_��* two for-  QUICKLY   STOPS  COUGHS,   CUHE8   COLDS.  MEAt-S THE THROAT AND LUNQ8. 80 CBNTS  TAKE NOTICE that I .intend to  apply to the Board of Licence Commissioners f Jr the city of Phoenix at  their next ��� sitting' for a transfer of  the Liquor License held by me for the  King's Hotel, Knob Hill Avenue, to  James E. McDonald.  Dated at Phoenix, B. C, this 25th  day of April, 1012.  (Signed)   Esther Shea.  Executrix E. P. Sitka.  NOTICE  "Eganville" Mineral Claim, nil.uato in the  Grand Forks Mining Di. ision of Yale district.  Where located:���Franklin Camp.  , TAKE NOTICE that I, Donald .1. Matheson,  agent for William J. Picndergant, Free Minci'x  Ccrtiflcato, No. 3586713, and John S. Boyeo,  Free Miner's Certificate No. 338oO, and Chri .  II. Reeves, Fico Miner's Certificate Xo I_o0732,  intend, sixty days from tho date hereof, to apply  to tho Mining Recorder for a Ccitiflcate of Improvements, for the put pose of obtaining a  Ctown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notico that action, undor  section 37. must be commenced beforo the in-  suanco of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 19th day of April, A.I). 1912.  D. J. MATHBS0N, Agent.  MEN   ONLY  Mineral Act.  Form F.  CEI .TIFICATIC OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  "Wave Fraction " Mineral Claim, situate in  the Grand Forks Mining Divlmon of Yale district.  Where located:���Wellington Camp.  TAKE NOTICE, that I, Donald J. Math6non,  agent foi Thomas X. Rioliaids, Free Mincr'_  Certificate _Io. 3o8__n, intend sixty days fiom  the date hereof, oo apply to the Mining Recorder for-ii ��� Certificate of Improvements for  tho purpose, of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  above'claim.  . And' further take notico that action, under  section 37, mil .t be commenced beforo tho Ismic  of such Certificate of Improvement-. .  Dated this 1st Day of May, A-D. 1012.  D. .7. MATHESON, Agent.  Mineral Act.  Form F  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  "Athelstan" Mincial Claim, situate in tho  Grand Forks Mining Di. ision of Yale district.  Where located:���Franklin Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Donald J. Matheson,  agent for William J. Prcndcrgast, Freo Miner's  Certificate No. 338071), and John S. Hoyce, Free  Minci'h Certificate No. 3.585913, and Chris. M.  Reeves, Free Miners Ccitiflcate No 13.3073. Intend CO days from the date heroof, to apply to tho  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvement*!, foi tho puipoHo of obtaining u Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And further tak'o notico that action, undor  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvement*),  Dated this 19th day of April, A.D. 1912.  D. J. MATHESON, Agent.  If you come to  me for treatment  expect to be  cured. If others  have failed expect me to cure  you. Unless I  know that I can  cure you I will  not accept your  case, and in every 1  instance 1 treat  by my own original advanced  and scientific  methods.  11  MY FEES ARE FAIR, AND MY  CURES ARE PERMANENT  Spermatorrhoea, Organic Weakness, Lost Vigor, Varicocele, Hydrocele, Contracted Disorders,  Specific Blood Poi&on, Piles and  Strictures���restoring all affected  organs to normal and healthy action  in shortest possible space of time.  VISIT  DR. KELLY'S  GREAT MUSEUM  Sec all tho forms of Diseases of Men.  Consultation and instinctive booklet fice|  at olHcc or by mail.  . ��*-AJ1-.U'*. i'Wi.tri _��,->'._ .��.�����*


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