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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal May 10, 1913

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 The largest coppnr mines in  the Dominion arc situated-  at Phoenix. Tho Granby  Co. employs 500 men, and  has a monthly pay roll of  over 850,000, while the Raw^  hide pay roll is $18,000.  Devoted to the Interest* of the Boundary Mining District  FOURTEENTH YEAR  PHOENIX, B.C;, SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1913  That $400 Reward  In February of last year the U.S.  postoffice, at.Oroville, Washington,  was broken into and the safe blown  open and-rifled.    The robbers afterwards made for Molson, where they  afterwards hired a team and buggy  and made tracks for British Columbia.     In the 'meantime the Provincial police throughout the Boundary  district  were  notified,   among   the  officers  told-off being   Geo. Stan-  field   of  Phoenix.    This  constable,  while in a livery barn, overheard a  conversation  which- he  considered  afforded him a  working clue, and  a few hours later  arrested a couple  of men   whom   he  regarded  as answering the description of the parties   wanted.     The  arrest,   which  was accomplished on this side of the  International    boundary   line,   was  quietly  made,   the  Phoenix   officer  coolly walking up behind  the fugi-  tives  and  telling    them   to   "keep  agotng  boys,  you are both under  arrest,   etc."    Evidently under  the  impression that the  officer had the  drop on them (he was unarmed) one  of .them remarked that "if it wasn't  for your gun you wouldn't find the  job so easy." - ">  Both the prisoners waived extradition and were handed over to the  cace of the sheriff of Oroville, who  later discovered that one of the culprits was an old offender, with a  peuetentiary record.  "Now the question arises. Who  is entitled to the standing reward of  $400 ($200 for each man) offered  by the United States government?  Will it be the Canadian officer who  followed a slender clue and arrested  the robbers single-handed in the  open country, ��� or the United States  -,police official who;* ,*boldly" arrested  . Itheirn- when" they*' were"' safe*' ihTtlhc  cells' of a British Columbia jail?; ���  Over  a   year   has   now  elapsed  since the incident, and if any reward  '  has been paid,, it. certainly . has not'  found its way into tbepocket of Mr.  CMining Notes of British Columbia  I        ���������! "  J. M. Short, of Jopliii, Mo. the  largest owner of zinc mines in the  world, was in Princeton recently on  his way to Tulameen and Leadville.  He could not reach, the camp Lead*  ville owing to. the , snow but will  come again when it is gone.  The future of Leadville is assured.  J. C. Reilly discovered the Mother-  lode. It is over thirty feet widV-  Reiliy and Jensen have established  a camp in four feet of snow,' arid  have got in five shots ��� oh the lode.  It opened suprisingly good.���<Simil-  kameen Star. ..  A.   W.   Davis,  geologist for the  Consolidated company, was in totfjn  the past week.    He had been ohvfa  trip to the Boundary' and - Similki-  meen inspecting work on   the company's holdings in  those  districts.  He had not heard particulars of trie  company's  deal    for    the ] Ottawa  mine, Slocan City, when . here,   aqd  only knew of the transfer through  reports   published    in ' the    newspapers.    On_,the   Lucky Thought,  recently  bonded  by  the  company,  buildings have been erected,   and  a  contract for driving a tunnel   let to  Erickson  & Johnson.     The tunnel  is already in between fifty and sixty  feet.���Slocan Record.  It is likely that the first shipment  of ore will be made from the Red  Elephant mine, on Hall creek, in the  Upper Duncan section by the  owners, J. W. Power and Hughie  McKay, during the coming summer.  borhood of'twenty or thirty tons,  the, idea being to give it a thorough  smelter test and also have tests  made that will indicate the best  method of treatment.���Kootenain.  .Wm, B. Dornberg, mining  man,  arrived in Rossland <on  Wednesday  from  Spokane,   on  a   visit  to  his  Rossland friends.   . Mr. Donberg  is  operating some claims in the  Summit    Camp    in , th'e    Similkameen  mining division.    The government  has started to build a  wagon   road  into  the  camp,  which will make it  easier to get in supplies.     He  and  associates are  running a  700  foot  Cross-cut  to  tap  the    ledge,    and  about'half of it is completed.     The  ledge" has two feet' of ore  on   the  foot wall that goes $125 to the  ton  and a foot of ore on  the hanging  wall that assays $100 to  the  ton.  The ledge is from eight  to  twenty  feet in width and has  been   drifted  on for  a    hundred  and  fifty  feet.  Where the drift ends the ore is of a  better grade  than    where  it    was  stated. Charles    Connell    the  veteran prospector, of this city, has  some claims that abut those being  operated by Mr. Dornberg. There  are many other promising properties in the camp, which promise to  become shippers when railway  transportation is furnished.���Rossland Miner,  The  tunnel   on ��� the   Wire  Gold  group  is  now  in  some 47 feet fol-  Eight Months' Hard Labor  The trial  of Fred  Mall and Geo.  Stoy, who were committed   for trial  on   March  29th,  charged   with  an  aggravated assault on Val. McDavis  in Phoenix, was held at Greenwood,  on Wednesday,  before  his   Honor,  Judge  Brown.     A.   S.    Black    of  Greenwood, appeared   for  the   accused., while C. .J.   Leggatt  of the  same city presented the case for the  Crown.       The   former   charge   of  aggravated  assault,  which   was at  first preferred, was enlarged to "assault causing actual  Lodily harm,"  this   latter offence  carrying  with it  a maximum sentence of three years'  imprisonment.    Counsel for the defence was quite unable to shake the  evidence of the only witness to the  assault, and   who was commended  by his Honor for her lucid account  of the affair.    Dr. W.   S.   Verrall  in giving evidence as to the extent  of the complainant injuries, expressed the opinion that the fractures to  the jaw could be caused  by a blow  with a naked fist.    In summing up,  the court thought.that Mr. McDavis  was   mistaken   in a  portion  of his  testimony,   while  he   doubted    the  account given by the prisoners.   He  sentenced    Hall   to   eight months'  hard labor and acquitted Stoy.  Hall  almost broke down when  he heard  the sentence.  IB   is  gfheafc  city  1,600,  first-class  house, schools  Number 43  Police Court Cases  Police Magistrate Mulligan, oii  Monday heard the case of Dominic  Sgro, against whom a charge of  using abusive language to a member of the Granby company's engineering staff was preferred. The"  accused was arrested while at work  in one of the stopes of the mine by  Provincial Police Officer .Stanfield,-  and in answer to the charge stated  that his indelicate language was  only one of his little jokes. The  accused, however, had made a previous appearance a couple of years  ago, when he was charged with the  serious offence of carrying a dangerous weapon, to wit, a pistol, for  which he was heavily fined. For  this latest offence no fine was imposed, but he was ordered to find  two sureties of $100 apiece in addition to another $100 to be furnished by himself.  Favorable Copper Market  The  following culled   from    the  "Weekly Copper  Letter of. J.   L.  Walker in  the current/issue of the  Boston Commercial:  Copper is strotig at sixteen  cents  for lake, 15^ cents for. electrolytic  and 15^j cents for casting  brands.  The demand   continues good  bpth  for domestic consumption and export.      Producers    are  sold  ahead  and the outlook is all that could  be  desired;    Whatever  reaction   there  may have  been   thus  far  in  other  lines    of industry,   on   account  of  tariff agitation, no let up is noticeable in copper mining. The  producing companies are operating  at capacity and are planning to increase their output.  It is expected that the Copper  Producer's statistics for April will  make a favorable showing and that  another large decrease in the visible  supplies will be recorded. The  foreign visible supply during the'  last half of April decreased further  and the total foreign stock of copper  is lower than at any time since  1908. There  is  scarcely  three  weeks'   supply   ahead    in    foreign  warehouses.  .The more favorable news,from  Europe concerning the restoration  of peace undoubtedly will be reflected soon in easier money abroad.  This will .enable copper consumers  to resume-business under normal  conditions and to purchase their  copper supplies in advance of actual  requirements. - Under the conditions prevailing for the past seven  months, foreign copper consumers  have refrained from carrying their  usual supplies and they have allow  ed their reserves to be drawn  almost,to the'vanishing, point.'. /.' ,'I  ot electrification plans held in abeyance, owing to the inability" of the  railroads, to  raise    money  by   the  saleofbonds at reasonable  prices. - - , .. ��----��-    ��� . .       - ..  Sooner or later, these plans   will   be/station. will   place   it;on   the  cars, /writes his partners that he .expeetsjture is near, the   bottom of the hill j tor  'eveJ/mg   it   oit   by   hydraulic  -4  hi  City to Have Provincial Lock-up  D. J.  Matheson, mayor of Phoenix, received  a communication this  week   from   Supt.   Campbell,   an  The court convened again the  following day, when Wm. Roberts  appeared before the beak to explain  the reasons which influenced him in  kicking up a disturbance in front of  the Kings' hotel. Chief Dock-  steader was the only witness. The  court condemned the erring one to  pay a fine of $5 and $2.50 costs.  Phoenix Baseball Club  The local baseball fans took the  preliminary steps on Wednesday  towards the foundation of a club of  ball twirlers; The meeting, which  was  held in   the  club  rooms, was  send-  a  .      _ nouncing   the  government's   inten- larKelv   a��ended,   and  as   a  ,      . ��� _. lowing a well defined quartz   vein,   tion to commence at once thecon-loff lt was ^arranged    to,   hold  With  the   construction   of a good  measuring  four  and   one half feet. I struction of a provincial lock-up in I sm��ker to-night, Saturday,   for the^  trail between   Haly's   Landing andjOle Johnson and John Johnson, whol this city.    While  the   city   council 1 PurP��s?   of   raising   the necessary.  down! the mouth of Hall creek;  it will  be I are   partners    with  . Bouggy_   and 1 have not officially decided to offer aW*8   to - commence, the   season<  possible to get ore packed from the Magee, are doing the, .work.. _ ,TheJ.sUe, -those to- whqm_the- matter hail���  ma**fl ��-P����J��8l-����Arsroutidr  IlHiimiiiV-tiB^MM Malj'i " WiW-HTrrr^rtr-i^rrr^-*1?^ broached^havetgiveo the proi\m   suitablershape.-tfor,-theTR��mes  - -   , i -    >it  *      i f  ,.Jl/   *~-\L*<.tj  *H��B| yyni-�� ftaajayrin Waly'  transportation- -from Vjthat: pointT to  Howser will take the ore;nearer/the  railway and a .short overland- haul  between    . Howser     and-     Howser  iprupeity? _  the Marmont river trail : about one  and a half miles trom the sault  chuck.'Mr. - Magee, who has been  spending the winter in   Vancouver,���  given the pro  position a favorable hearing and a  suitable site, consisting of two lots,  has been offered the authorities.  This prospective site for the struc-l  came  up for . discussion; - and it  was decided to commence the  clearing and laying out of the  diamond on Sunday, when a scheme  . carried   out. and   will    result   in    a J The shippers do not expect *o make I to    bring    back    an     engineer    to heading   to   the   C.P.R.   depot, and I means wil1  be  Siven *  trial-     Th'*  Stanfield, who without doubt  is the I large increase in the consumption off anytniag from  thc   ore   to   be-sent/sample  and-report on the property. /,������ addition to the apartments of the   win be  brought  about by  connect-  party entitled to receive it. I copper. ' down, which will be in   the- neigh- {���Portland Canal Miner. \ resident police official, the building] ioS the  water tank on   Granby hill  ~~ will contain a set of steel-lined cells   witb a  system of pipes which  it i*  ,  Big-Store  NEW ARRIVAL IN THE GENTS'  FURIS KING DEPT.  SLATER SHOES,  BELLS' SHOES  These two makes are pre-eminently the best on the Canadian  market. We have them in Black and Tan���in all the latest  lasts���Look them over !  Fit-Reform Clothing fop  Spring  See this wide nmge of netv goods tailored in the largest and  best equipped Tailoring Establishment in Canada.  Stetson Hats Von Gol Hats  Fancy Shirts, Hosiery  and Neckwear.  Wheu gutting your Spring-Toggery, visit thc Store which has  the biggest range and newest goods. This brings you to us���  always.  Change of Proprietorship  W. C. Chalmers, of Grand Forks,  proprietor of the motion picture  shows, which have delighted large  audiences at .the Miners' r Union  Opera house for the past year,'^has  disposed of his interest to P.>C.  McWha, of Grand Forks..': -The  transfer has already gone into'-effect  and the new proprietor has retained  the services of W. S. Wetherell,  whose skilful manipulation: of the  kinetoscope has evoked considerable praise on the part of the opera  house patrons, and stamped him as  the premier operator- in southern  British Columbia. Next week the  public are promised an-exhibition of  exceptional merit and new developments are under consideration.-   '  Boundary Ore Tonnages  land a   room  for   the transaction ot  calculated will produce a pressure of  ���Following are the  returns of the I magisterial business  output of  the   Granby   mines    and*/  smelter for the week ending May 10,  and B. C. Copper company for"   the  week- ending  May 4th, and year to  date: ��� --.':.���.    ~.  ,.27,108   456,176  ,..  6,450    125,085  ..  5,363      95,257  ...      560     14,076  ..      526      ,9,886  89       2,064  Granby:.-.  Mother Lode. . .  Rawhide ........  Napoleon......  Queen Victoria.  Others:........  SMELTER TONNAGES  Granby .:.-.:'.���-:���. ��� ��� 24,440   433,379  B. C. Copper-Co... 11,906   243,306  Leave of Absence  Miss McKnight, matron of the  general hospital, left on Wednesday for the prairies having obtained  a well earned leave of absence for  thirty days.  A man-killing, bomb, loaded with  screws, nails and lead slugs was  found this week in St. Paul's cathedral. The mechanism was timed to  operate at midnight.  from 150 to 200 pounds. The following are the various committees  appointed:  Finance: John McLaughlin, J. P\  McDougall, H. Goodwin, J. S.  Whittaker, Jas.   Walsh   and J.  J.  Strutzel.  Committee to  arrange for suits,  paraphernalia, etc.:  N. J. Deichert,  E. A.  Black,    Lawrence  McKelvie  and j. J. Strutzel.  Grounds    Committee:     N.    W.  Sweetser, Jas. Marshall, F. S. Nor-  cross,  D.  Stafford, Wm. Biner, C.   .  Davidson,    W.      Hower    and    C.  Sayers.  y  PS0N&  &  jjijL, ri. .-L-^LJ.'!.-,!-,���up Li., ���uiM.iui'-mfmnmmm^.v  <&!s*zirBBS&Bm  53*3  Guest at the Hospital  While beating a ride on the returning ore cars the other night;  a young fellow giving his name as  John Ross, -stepped from the car  and according to his statement fell  off one of the bridges. He was  brought into the town by the evening train and accommodated with a  bath and bed in the general hospital.  Up to the present, the doctor has  not been able to ascertain' the extent of his injuries that .is if there  is any. He claims to be .16 years  of age, but if looks count" for anything he seems old enough to be  called "pa" by a son ordaughter of  that age. ..,..'   * : 7^~  B. C. Copper Treatment  The B. C. Columbia company's  smelter treated 11,906 tons of ore  this week, as follows: Mother Lode,  8,767; Rawhide,  2,360;   Napoleon,  335; Queen Vict., 400; others, 44.   ��.   Miss Annie Lyden, of the Grand  Forks telephone exchange, whoso sister has been sick for sonic days, was  a visitor in town on Thursday.  eSpirit^ Sprinjj  'pHE Spirit of Spring prevails everywhere!    It  permeates the system���and everything glows  with Spring newness.  Of supreme importance is the effect of good  outfitting  TAILORED  CLOTHES  will help you to be well and correctly dressed;  they are correct in cut, right in fabric, perfect in fit and finish. Superior to the  custom tailor's production at half his prices.  .   Men, youll look right, feel right, and what's more, when you buy here  you pay right.  THE STORE OF  *\J* QUALITY T#E   PIONEER,    PHOENIX.,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ';   ,  rM1    '  r ��f  :��S^  fc*'3  No Other Hosiery  Offers This���-  t*d  Concentrates  Toot-  j,    ���'t  t-clothing that fits with absolute perfection, fpr  reasons you will readily see if you'll glance at the  /picture here . . . the only hose made that is permanently shaped to the foot and leg, and that is both  Seamless  and Snug-Fitting  ��� You would not think of "buying hose with a seam up .the front  of the leg ... . wouldn't that be ugly, and uncomfortable ?  Probably you buy the kind with a seam up the back only  because you didn't know- there was a kind free from that  discomfort  and' unsightliness.     There is,  however;   You  l/can get the better kind in any weight  or color  if you  , , buy hosiery made by  Penmans   Limited  Paris '    ��� '    ,        Canada  Underwear,   Sweaters,   Hosiery  fyfyfy  7ft,  t    <  .IfaU-AahiMied  .Seamless  King Edward Lodge  ���   No.' 36, A.F. and A.M.  Regular communication at 8  p.m.   Second Thursday of  each month.  Emergent meetings as called; Masonic  Hall, McHale Block.  * ���    < Palmer. J. Cook,  ' Jas. E. Carter, . ' W.M  '     Secy.  I. O. O. F.  Snowshoe Lodgm  No. 46  Meets   every   Monday   Evening  at-  Miners' Hall.   Visiting brethren cordially invited.  Walter Ross, Noble Grand.  Dan Paterson, Fin. Secy.  Sam McLeod, Bee. Secy.  Smiling  The fruit trees throughout the  Okanagan were not affected by the  cold snap which passed over that  district in April.       , -  Rev. A. M. Sanford, B.A.. B.D.,  formerly pastor of Rossland Methodist church, has recently been appointed president of Columbia college, New Westminster, in- succession to President Hetheriugton who  has resigned.  A large body of' prisoners were  drafted from the Provincial Jail at  Kamlobps to Oakalla near New  Westminster on M'ay 1, when Chief  Constable Fernie, Constable Calder,  and others of the provincial force  conveyed over thirty men from Kam-  loops.  After wanderings which have,  taken him half-way round the world,  Eugene Vtljoen, son of the famous  Boer general, prominent in the late  South African war, and who was in  a great measure responsible for the  overthrow of President Diaz, is now  employed as wireless operator on  the coast steamship, Umatilla.  The Imperial government has  denied the report that an ultimatum  has been presented to Guatemala.  At the foreign office it was said that  all that had been done was to renew  the demands for a settlement of  that country's indebtedness, the  bulk of which has been owing for  twenty-five years.  The steamship Makura arrived at  Vancouver, on Friday of last week,  with four hundred immigrants from  Australia,    the   great   majority   of  Iron and Steel Industry in B. C.  It is gratifying' to be able to report a more promising .outlook for  the iron and steel industry in  British Columbia. Sir William  McKenzieand Sir Donald Mann, at  the request of Sir Richard Mc-  Bride, Minister of Mines, have  been investigating. the iron resources of the province, and though  the report of R. H. Flaherty, their  engineer, was not- favorable to the  character of the iron ores he examined, they, have, as we, are  informed on reliable authority, acquired ' the Te'kada Island iron de-  dosits from the Puget Sound Iron  company, and it is understood that  an iron'and steel plant will shortly  be installed to handle the ores from  these deposits.  Iron ore from Texada Island  was shipped to the Irondale plant,  Washington, from 1883 to 1903,  and most of the pig iron made from  it went to the Union Iron Works,  at San Francisco, where it was  used in the construction of the  battleships Oregon and Monterey,  and the cruiser- Charleston, of the  United States Navy; also in the  construction of two battleships for  the Japanese Navy, which ships  were in action in the engagement  which ended in the destruction of  the Russian fleet.  Iron manufactures .from Texada  Island ore was also used in the  manufacture of car wheels for the  Northern Pacific Railway. Capt.  W. H. Lee, who represented the  Puget Sound Iron company in their  mining operations on Texada Island,  said of this  ore:     "We   challenge  ���m    "'  Crs?mBaking Powder  The finest in the world  When ordering ask for Dr. Price's by name, else  the grocer may forget the  kind you are accustomed to.  Daughters of Rebekah  Phoenix Lodff* No. 17  Meets In   tho  Miners'   Union   Lodge  Hall First and Third Wednesdays.  Mrs. Amy Cook, Noble Grand.  Mrs. Effle Marshall, Secretary.  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES  the world to show up iron that   will  whom   contemplate settling in this stand the test for strength equal   tol  province.      During the   voyage va our Tex^da  iron,-.     jf   tbis    ;ron  Phoenix Aerie No. 158  Meets in Union Hall, FiiilajT Evenings.  Visiting brothers arc always welcome.  QvrcuAS Wouk, W. P.  James Weir, W. Secy.  K. of P. Lodge,  No. 28    "stf*  Meets Tub*��at Evening at  7.30.  Sojourning   brothers   cordially   wel  greet the coming of a case of  i  PHOENIX BEE&  WHY? ,?  Because the Beer is so good  and wholesome it'brings "the  smile.  'PHONE 23  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  LIMITED  fire broke   out   in   the  mail   room  and damaged  six  thousand letters'.  Fearful   weather  was  also   experi-  enced in the south Pacific.  The Japanese government are reported to be negotiating.'for the  sale of an island in the .-.Caribean  sea, situate within 60 miles of the  Atlantic end of the Panama canal.  The island in - question is the pro*  perty,' of'the Caribean Guano company, and possesses '-'a; splendid;  harbor. The establishment of; a  coaling station is said to be the reason for the contemplated purchase.  coined.  J. B. Carter, K. of R. S.  Gordon Thompson, C. C:  PYTHIAN, SISTERS  ���Mountain Temple Lodge No. 17  Meets in Pythian Hall, Lower .Town  First and TMrd Thursdays.  Elizajjejfc Pope        Mrs. Mnry_MpKonzie  BRITISH COLUMBIA  Water Act and Amending Acts  proved good enough  to   build   war  ships  which   have   done    credit   to  the   United   States    and    Japanese  fleets, there appears to be no reason  why it should not be used   to  build  the   Pacific  fleet  of the   Canadian  Navy. - There   are ample stores of  magnetite ores in British   Columbia  but   a dearth   so  far  of red  oxide  ores, the* discovery of which   would j  do;much tot bring to. realization   the I  iron/;-and'"steel-; industry,   -on'-"the.  Pacific-Coast.      Information   of a  more encouraging character is   now  coming to hand, and it  is  probable  the discovery  and development   of  hematite  and  limonite deposits  of  economic value are only a matter of  time and exploration work.���B.   C  Mining Record.  [.��.��.  Am  "R.C.  RECO STEAM LAUNDRY  ' The machinery in our Laundry has  recently been completely over-hauled*,  'and we are now' in a position to give  our patrons the utmost satisfaction in  all kinds of laundry work at the most  liberal rates.  Wo Can Wash Your Rugs Clean  A Trial Solicited.  Phone 60.  Dominion Ave.  NOTICE is hereby given that meetings of the Provincial Labor Commission will be held at the following  places:���  Penticton���Tuesday, May 0, 10 a.m.  Hedley���Wednesday, May* 7, 2 p.m.  Princeton���Thursday, May 8, 8 p.m.  Greenwood���Saturday,   May   10, at  2 p.m.     ,., . , .-  Phoenix���Tuesday, May. 13th, 2 p.n:.  -  Grand Forks���Thursday,  May 15th,  at, 8 p.tu.,  , Other meetings will be announced  later.  ��� The Commission will hear evidence  on all matters affecting labor conditions in the province.    All persons interested are invited to be present.  H. G. Passon, F. R. MoNamaba,  Chairman. Secretary..  Before the Board of Investigation  NOTICE OF-THE SUBMISSION OF  EVIDENCE TO PUBLIC  INSPECTION.  WOOD  First-class  Fir and Tam-  arac Wood, $5:50 per cord  Pine Wood,   $5.00 per cord.  Fir and Tamarac, double cut,  per cord, $7.00.  WOOD  DELIVERED   ON   SHORT  NOTICE. 'Phone B32  Shoes that Fit!  We make a specialty of Miners'  Shoes; good fit, nice shape, and  nothing but the best of stock used  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  NICK PALORCIA,  Knob Hill Ave. >     Phoenix, B.O.  ScobelVs Liquor, Tobacco  ��nd Drufc Cure JffitSFSfA  Alcohol, Tobacco end Drugs. It counteracts thc  effects almost lMtantly���removes all cravings.  Alter talcmsr the treatment there will never be any  need to drink intoxicants or use drugs again. Can  bSeiVeasecretly.   We have yet to hear of one  If fie a Jiflot supply the  M AWV EL accept no other,  but sen l stamp far Illustrated  book���.e*l��d. It gi��4 full parllc. ,  uUrs and direction* Invaluable to.ladies.  WffJjW. ��n��. General Aftau tdi cl  In the matter of the determination of  the relative rights, to the use of the  watera of certain- streams lying in that  ���part of the Similkameen water district  situate in -the Greenwood and Grand  Forks Mining Divisions.      -   ���-���'  Notice is hereby given that all of tne  claims, testimony and proofs taken  heretofore in the said proceedings, together with the maps prepared under  the direction of the Board, will, be open  to public inspection at the times and  places stated below:  At the Court House, Greenwood, on  the 12th and 13th days of May 1913.  At the Court House, Grand Forks, on  the 15th and 16th days of May, 1913.  All persons interested in the relative  rights of the various claimants to the  waters above indicated are entitled,  either personally or through air agent,  to examine the evidence submitted and  to file statements,  objections or con-  All such objections or notifijesofcon-'  test must be filled with tiS^Board at  Victoria on or before five o i&lock an the  afternoon of the 8Qth day bjMfjy,- 1913.  It is not necessary for a claimant to  be present at this inspection* to protect  his right, but he is given this opportunity of seeing what other person? are  claiming, and of filing an objection or  contest if' he thinks, fit, and he is  strongly urged to lay before the Board  any facts within his knowledge relating  to the wrongful claims of others.      .  A final opportunity to file claims by  record-holders who have. ��� heretofore  failed to make claim under their records  wilVbe given at the commencement of  this inspection, afterwards a special  procedure and special consent of the  BoardwUlbe required for the filing of  "IfewSSl hearing.of" all the claims to  the said waters will he hekTat the  Court House, ;in Greenwood, on the 10th  day of June, 1913; atvf our o'clock in the  afternoon, and.at;. the. Court House.  Grand Forks, on the :12th day^of June,  1913, at two o'clock in the afternoon.  Claimants, will be duly notified if any  objections are filed against their claim.  Fpr the Board of Investigation,  '������-     3: F.~ Armstrong, Chairman.  dated at Victoria, B:-C, the 22nd day  April, 1918.  Militia Camps-at Petawawa  Particulars   of the  arrangements  for militia camps during the coming  summer have recently become available.    It is expected that between  forty-five and fifty thousand militiamen will be under arms a* one time  during the months of June and July.  The forces will comprise  four regi-  ments-of cavalry,  ten brigades and  one    Imperial   battery  of  field   artillery, a  single ��� heavy battery and  the   regiment   of garrison   artillery  from Montreal, five field companies  of engineers and one cavalry   field  ambulance.  Mineral Act.  FormF.  OERTIFIOATB OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  "Belmont Fractional" MInoral Claim, situate  in tho Greenwood Mining Division of Yale district. ,,.. ���   ���  ���  Whoro located:���Greenwood Camp.  'TAKE NOTICE, that I, Donald J. Mathcsou,  otfontfor Eric E. Jackson, Free, Miner's Cor  tiflcutoNo. 49.80GB. intend sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Reoorder  for a. Certificate of Improvements for tho  purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  above claim.  And farther take notice t,ha,t.action,  under  section 87, must be commenced before the issue  ofsuob Certificate of Improvements.  : Dated thiB 10th day of March, A.D. 1913.       C  [.-: D. J. MATHKSOK, Agent.  TftC  xwmmk  lONEWE'wAU. KINDS-^ wowj  It'* the CLEANEST. SIMPLEST, and BEST HOME  DYE, one can buy���Why you don't even have to  know what KIND of Clotli your Goods are mado  of.--So MlsUlic. are Impossible.  Send for Pree Color Cord, Story ��� Booklet, and  Booklet bIWiib result* of Dyeing over otber color*.  The JOHNSON-RICHARDSON CO., Limited,  MooUeal. Canado.  ���-  Visits Lonely Fanning Islands  The British sloop of war, Alger-  ine, has arrived at Honolulu on her  way to Esquimault after <; cruise of  some months among the islands of  thc southern Pacific. Before Icuv-  ing the Hawaiian ��� Islands she will  drop anchor at Kealekelton bay,  where a delegation of sailors will  land and proceed to put in order  the plot of ground that contains the  monument erected years ago to the  memory of Captain Cook, the great  explorer. During her cruise, visits  were made to the lonely Fanning  and Washington islands.  Chas. Robinson, a colored prize  fighter, recently married Jennie  Guidosh, one of the prettiest Slav,  girls of Fernie. The nigger actually found a minister in Fernie to  "solemnize" the marriage.  The discovery is reported of an  extensive salt bed at Kwinitsa, on  thc line of the Grand Trunk Pacific,  in B.C. The importance of the find  lies in the fact that about the only  other deposits of any commercial  value in thc Dominion arc situated  in Ontario. The great future of  the British Columbia fisheries makes  this find of great value.  DO   YOU  WANT TO  MAKE MORE MONEY  IN placing your Newspaper Advertising,  place the greatest value on the paper with the  greatest influence on its readers.  Iff <  Use the medium that is watched for every  week by the people of your community.  Spend the money with the paper that is  read with interest^    It reaches the.people and  l'.: Cyq\x:YiTi6w thdt,y^u*te getting into.the/homes-of.tC^  J      the people you want to reach. ���-   '*     ",'.'_'  TO     -    "*  Quality has not yet become popular, but  the day is not Far distant when this will be one  of the main features of Newspaper Advertising.  In the-meantime business men, who have faith  in quality, are reaping huge returns.  Remember first, last, and always, that circulation  counts;  that  quality of service gives  quality in  returns.    The high priced medium  .pays.    Like the. high priced servant, you will  find money well expended.  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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 AND KNOB HILL AVENUE  ADVERTISING SCALE  \pplloatlon for Liquor Llconco (30 days) ..$5.00,  (Jortiflctito of Improvement notice (60 days) $7.60'  Application to Purchase Land notices (60 days)   .' $7.60  Delinquent, Co-owner notioes (80 days) $10.00  -iinall Water Notioes (30 days)  $7.80  All othor legal advertising:, 12 conts a line,'  single column, for the first Insertion; and 8  cents a line for each subsequent insertion, nonpareil moasuroment.  Saturday, May 10, 1913  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.  THE  DAIRY       J. W. Hannam, Prop.  B. C. Mining; Towns  The   tales   told  by   the   returned  traveller are always interesting, but  few of  us realize   how   strange the  stories concerning our western mining camps must sound in the ears of  our eastern friends.     They certainly  must occasion many an-incredulous  smile   and   provoke   a  frequent request for the salt shaker.     Possibly  nine-tenths of our eastern and European  visitors   imagine   before their  arrival   in   Phoenix,   that   they   are  about to   witness something of the  wild and woolly life they have read  about   or    seen   portrayed    on   the  screens of the moving picture theatres, but instead of the swaggering  wild-eyed miner   of fiction  they are  confronted with quite  another class  of gentry, as far removed from their  conception   of what a  miner is, as  the distance between  the north and  south  poles.     This  disillusionment  was   humorously   commented   upon  only recently  by one visitor.     "To  think,"   said   he, "that  here I   am  on   the   top of  a 5000ft.   mountain,  the guest in  as  comfortable a hotel  as   it   is   possible   to   find    in    any  eastern     city;     an     establishment  equipped   with   every   requisite   for  the comfort of the   traveller.     Perhaps my   greatest surprise was  the  electric light.     I   fully  expected my  precautions against the introduction  into  the Commonwealth of the religion of Morrminism.    The activity  of the   Mormon   elders have   been  noted and Australia, unlike Canada,  is not   to   be   caught  napping and  that   land   made   a   happy  hunting  ground    by    the   disciples    of the  pernicious   doctrine   of   pojygamy,  such  as   are  now  settled   in   large  numbers in Alberta.     The action of  thc   late   Laurier administration   in  permitting their entry  into Canada  is inconceivable,   knowing   as they  must   certainly   have   known,    that  their creed included a strong belief  in   a   practice,   which   if   generally  adopted,   would ^ upset   one   of the  most fundamental principles of present day civilization.     It is of little  use   their  telling   us,   as   they    do,  that   the plurality   of  wives is   not  now a part of their religious system,  for   while   its   actual   practice   may  have somewhat diminished, no Mormon can   be   found   who  will' deny  that this  particular tenet is without  scriptural authority. That the Canadian government has its suspicions  aroused over the report of the exist-  ance  of polygamy  among the Mormons  of Alberta   is  proved  by the  orders   to   the   Mounted   Police    to  keep a sharp watch   on  their settlements.  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I imagined everybody  who looked at mo cucbsed my. 6ecret,  , Imaginative dreams afc night weakened  1 me���my back ached, had pains Jn tho  ' back or my bead, hands and feet were  cold, tired in tho morning, poor appetite,  flngera were shaky, eyes Tblurrcd, hair  loose, memory poor, etc.   Numbness in  tho lingers set in and tho doctor told mo  lie feared paralysis.  X took all kinds of ,  'medicines  and   tried  many flrst-class  .physicians, woroan electric belt for three,  'months,   but  reccivrd little benefit.  H  before treatment   ^.a3 induced to consult Drs. Kennedy &    AntH treatment  Kennedy, though I had lost nil faith in    w���.�����'"��*  doctors.   Iiiko a drowrjlng man I commenced the New Method Treatment and 16  saved my life.  The improvement was like marie���-I could feel the vigor going through  tho nerves.   I was cured mentally and phybicully.   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Lost���A Recruiting; Ground  The Japs in California are not the  only sons of Nippon, who, to use an  Americanism, are "getting- it in'the  neck." Alaska has also fallen into  line. On April 30th, the territorial  Senate of Alaska, by a unanimous  vote, passed the Anti-Alien Fishing  IJill, a measure designed primarily  to bar the little brown men from  fishing in Alaskan waters. The bill  was passed by both Houses a  month 'ago, but on April 1st the  Senate delayed the measure for the  purpose of securing legal advice. If  British Columbia is to have that  naval reserve it is about time that  something of the same kind was  started in this province, for if matters   are    allowed to   drift   as  they  have done for the past fifteen years  nasal organ would   he assailed with   _t wm be oj UtUe uSfi t6- the govern.  the "perfume"   of that which made l^   to    look   for  reCruits , among  John   D.    famous.    '   But   you    can Lhe B c_ fisWog fleet.     '  .imagine" my surprise when out v'isit-1.  -   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 83 follows:  DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windsor, Ont.  Write for our private address.  H ot el B r b ok 1 y n  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.  >V'  STEAM HEATED.  James Marshall, Prop.  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix, B.C.  ing to find the lady of -the house  manipulating an electric- iron. I  don't know if the ladies still use the  curling- irons, but I wouldn't be sur-  prised if they used the same agency! England by aeroplane, but the  | in. Phoenix      for     beating"    them." (scheme   was   defeatedI   by the   v,g,  ' lance of  the  police.     Ol    Why   didj  The British suffragettes are reported to have arranged a plan for  Mrs.    PaVikhurst     to    escape    from  Then pointing to the menu card,  he  ThOS.  BrOWIT       Men's Wear Exclusively  Cleanliness our Watchword  The product of the local dairies is good, but ours is the best.  Cleanliness is our watchword, and no germ can pass our sentries.  Our poultry department has increased its supply of eggs. Let its  accommodate you. PHONE F 32  The Phoenix Dairy  W. A. McKay & Sons  Proprietors  The Central Hotel  NEAREST HOTEL TO FAMOUS QRANBY MINES  FIRST-OLASS ACCOMMODATION   FOR   MINERS  Bar Stocked with the Finest Line of Wines, Liquors, Cigars  A. O. Johnson  Proprietor  8GE CREAM PARLOR  We have arranged for a continuous supply throughout the summer of the FAMOUS HAZELWOOD  ICE CREAM.    Special rates to parties.    Cooling  soft drinks of varied flavor.  The Delicacy of the Summer Season���  HAZELWOOD ICE CREAM-TRY ONE  .Twr��� ���"���"���'������i  KNOB HILL AVENUE  remarked that such an array  dishes would put in the shade  many of the premier hotels in Canada's large cities. "I can scarcely  realize that I am in a British Columbia mining camp, but I think that  the letters you fellows send east n.re  mainly responsible for the misconception that unfortunately exists."  Hundreds of other instances could  be quoted touching the ridiculous  ideas that many people possess of  British Columbia mining towns.  Four years ago a couple of young  fellows, bound for this town, were  heard discussing the delightful prospect that confronted them. One of  them, evidently scared out of his  wits, enjoined his compauion to refrain from discussing anything of a  controversial nature. "The wisest  thing to do in Phoenix," he said,  "was to not contradict a miner!"  We are pleased to state that both of  them succeeded very well in the  camp and are still alive and well  with not even a single bullet mark  disfiguring their respective  hides.  Madam Albani was another instance of the perverted conception  of the make-up of a western Canadian town possessed by the outsider.  Previous to her appearance in Rossland, some years ago, she expressed  her serious misgivings at including  that peaceful burg in her itinerary,  and no one in the party accompanying her was more surprised at  the intelligent interest displayed by  her audience than the prima donna  herself. She fully expected the  applause would be ��� punctuated by  the explosion of pistol shots.  rI those policemen interfere?  PI-.  SOLE AGENTS FOR PRINCETON CO AX  Dealer in Lumber, Shingles, Lath  and Cedar Poles.      Stull Laggan.  ^.  First-Class Fir & Tamarac Wood.  MOVING MACHINERY OUR SPECIALTY  The Mormon Campaign  British Columbia, which has recently been the scene of a Mormon  propaganda, will he interested in  the decision of the Australian government to adopt the most rigorous i  Within the past few months  over 100 persons have written  to the Zam-Buk Co. reporting  their cure of eczema, rashes  and skin diseases by Zam-Buk!  Doesthisnot prove that Zam-  Buk is something different ?  Don't you need it in your  household?  Mis�� Mary MoOuwa, 918 St. Cnth-  orlno Street W., Montreal, nays*  "I do not know trordg powerful  enough to express my gratitude to  Zam-Buk. Eozema broke out on my  aoalp and hands. The irritation of  the soalp was so bad that I oould not  sleep or rest, and I feared I should  have to have my hair out off. On  my hands the disease appeared in  sore patches, the burning and itching  of which drove me mnny times to  spells of weeping. I went to the 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 me any relief.  "I was in * Tery bad condition when Zam-  Buk wag Introduced, but I soon found out  that it waa different from all the other remedies. I uorsevered with the Zam-Buk treatment, and eaoh box did roe more and more  (rood. The Irritation and Hnartine soon die-  appeared, then tho xor��s bok-an to heal, fresh  healthy akin grew over tho parts whioh h.-.d  been sore, an I I am now quite froe from all  traooa of eozoma, both on luad and hands.  Mt hair has also beon saved."  Jan. B.i" It alto �� .ure cur* for piles, erupting;.  blood.p..!*..:. <mti, 5i.ro. *!'V!\'n ,tCJo0 f oMato  oil drusicl.u una .tor..., or Z.m-miV Co., Toronto,  for prn-9.   llffi." sub.tltutes.  B  If Tired of Wood, try Princeton Coal  BOOKS AND STATIONERY  Fancy Goods, Dolls'and Toys, Kodak, Films and  Supplies, Musical Instruments, and Supplies, Newspapers, Magazines and Periodicals���School Sundries.  Wallpaper and Decorative Pictures  Cigars, Tobacco and Smokers' Sundries  Endless Variety of Goods Suitable for Presents.  ALSViSTROlV!  All the Latest Newspapers, Magazines  I FURTHER DROP IN EGGS  New Laid Ranch Eggs, 35c. per doz.; 3 do*, for S1.00.  New Zealand Fresh Qrass Oreamery Butter, 40c. per lb.  "Empress" Oreamery Butter, 40c. lb.  Choice Breakfast Bacon, 27c. per lb.  Sugar Cured Hams, 25c. per lb.  Pure Leaf Lard, 51b. Pail, 9'.00.  Ontario Oream Cheese, 25c. per lb.  Salt and Smoked Fish  Wholesale and Retail Butchers and Produce Merchants  PHOENIX, B. C.        PHONE 2  Insurance Agent  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE GLASS,  COMMISSIONER FOR TAKING  AFFIDAVITS  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX,  B-C.  II  r-'        nV       .-tl  -     i"V*Vr|  .   ���   \ wi�� :���  > - ��w  (      r k7v,  1 )r    i   '  'hi  ������'"������Vv"'"' Sg  -.-    -.   ���* *"        ���- - era  s  i,s!*-,  w-> ���  '7  y��v-  ��';  1T    Im^S  &7"  ^  5��>  >4,  fe? :#&'���-���:������������  #11  WVz  THE   PIONEEE,    PHOENIX,   BRITISH   COLtJMBlA.  Local and General  , Every Suit in this stock is a success. There's  no "perhaps" or "maybe" about the styles.  They have won the' unqualified approval of  well dressed men. Let us show you some  of these very new and very attractive Suits.  781  Motrin Thompson,  Phoenix.  Victor, Victrolas  and Records  We are agents for these,goods, and can  supply you with them vkry quickly, as  well as save you money on the transaction.  E. A. Black, Jeweler  IJhioiiStore  D. OXLEY,  Proprietor  , Begs to aniioa.ice thai he has secured the sole agency in Phoenix  - for the Frache"Bro3., well-known Nurserymen of Grand-/Forks,  '   and will hereafter carry an assortment of   ,      "" -  Cut Flowers,; Wreathes and a" ofnds House Plants  FINKE8T LINE OP FRYS' OHOOOLATKS, OANDIE8, KTO.  EXCELLENT LINE OF OIQAR8, PIPES, TOBACCOS  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MINING REGULATIONS  Coal ruining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba,  Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories and in a portion of the  . Province of British Cohimbia, may be  leased for a term of twenty-pne years  at an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,560 acres will be leased to  one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made  , by   the  applicant ia.'.-person  to   the  Agent or bub-Agem\df <* the district in  which the rights applied for are situated.    ' ���  In surveyed territory'the land must  I ��* described by sections, or legal subdivisions, of .sections, and in unsur-  veyed territory the tract applied for  shall be staked out by the applicant  himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be refunded it' the rights applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable  output of the mine at the rate of five  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 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa,  or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  '     ^: W. VV. CORY,  v:>    ^Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���Unauthorized  publication  of  this advertisement will not be paid for.  [a  Church Services  There will be no service to-morrow,  May 11th, in St. Andrew's church.  Tomorrow, Sunday, May 11th, the  Methodist and ^Presbyterian congregations will hold a united, service at  7 30 p.m. in the place of worship of the  former. Tho Rev. J. K. Munro will  deliver the sermon.   All welcome.  St. John's Ohurch���Sundays^ Holy  Communion, 8a.m.; Matins, 10.80 a.m.;  Holy Communion and sermon, 11 a.m.;  Sunday school, 3 p.m.; Evening service, 7 30. Week days: Matins, 7.30;  Evensong, 6.30. Wednesday, Holy  Communion, 9 u.m.  The btated services in the-Catholic  church art: as follows: First and third  Surldays in the mouth. Mass at 10  a.m., Sunday School at 2.30 pm.;  Evening Service at 7.30 p.m. Rev.  Father Choinel, pastor.  Win. Dawson was among the passengers on Wednesday's train for  Spokane.  Miss June McKcuzie left town on  Monday for a visit to friends in Oro-  ville. Wash.   '  Mrs. Chas. A. Campbell is paying a  visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Jas.  McOeer, of Vancouver.  Mrs. Jas. McKeown and Miss Mc>  Kcown, who have been spending a  two weeks' vacation in Spokane, returned to town on Monday evening.  Miss Campbell, of Grand. Forks, arrived in town on Wednesday and is  once more attached to the nursing  staff of the Phoenix hospital.  G. W. Falconer, who lias been-visiting hib daughter, Mrs. N. J. Deicheri,  fur the past six mouths, left on Monday for hie home iu Papallnp, Wash.  The Rev. J. J. Nixon returned .to  town on Thursday from Kaslo, where'  lie attended the distiict Methodist  meeting.  A full attendance of resident members of the order of Knights of Pythias is requested for Tuesday next,  wheu the second degree will be conferred.  *Mrs. P. W. Wilkin's arrived in tb'w'n  recently from her home in England,  after a most disagreeable sea trip. Mr.  and Mrs. AVilkins have taken up their  residence in the Bank block.  The first' of the weekly half-day holidays for fhe local store employees  commenced on Wednesday last, and  for the next few months tho business  iu all stores will be suspended after  twelve o'clock.  Mrs. Ed. Campbell left on Tuesday  for Vancouver, to join Mr. Campbell,  who as mining expert for the Granby  company, is reported to be about to"  start on an extended professional tour  of the northern coast districts.  On Saturday afternoon, May 17th,  under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid  of St. Andrew's Presbyterian church,  Mrs. Jas. Carter, assisted by Mrs. P. I  Crane, will dispense afternoon tea a t j  the residoncc of the former.  ,Mr, and Mi's.  W. Ramsay left  on  Wednesday for the government road  camp, about a mile from Hale, which  Jos. Darragh is establishing in readiness  for the work to commence on  Monday.  , Harry Read, who" invariably passes  the fall and winter months in Phoenixi  heard the call of the wilds' on Monday  and headedJ for his fruit ranch' in the"  pieturesvue Shuswap country. Henry  considers he made- a very good stroke  of business when he took up his hom'e>  stead four years ago,- as the' land  around him is changing hands at sixty  and $100 per acre.  The Morrin, Thompson company,  who are the sole agents in British  Columbia for the famous Overland  motor cars, recently received another  shipment of vehicles, which are now  being distributed to their purchasers  throughout the Similkameen and  Okanagan districts by J. A. Morrin.  Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday  next, the city council have arranged  for the scavenger team to haul away  all refuse from - 'around dwelling  houses in the city, and all those requiring its services are requested to  have their refuse raked up and ready.  Dr. Emily Freece, licensed optometrist for the State of Washington,  auounces that' she will be in Phoenix  throughout the coming week, and all  those desirous of having their eyes  tested and fitted with glasses-are invited to command her services. Hours,  one to four p.m. Room 16, Aetna  block.     .  .  For Sale���Four-rooined house and  lot, situate on Spion Kop; furnished;  good well about ten feet, from house;  sufficient furniture for two families.  If you aro looking for a bargain this  will bo worth investigating. Will sell  very cheap. For particulars apply  Pioneer office.  The Miners' Union are working energetically for the success of all entertainments held   in   their splendidly  appointed    and   comfortable    opera  house.   Especially do they call the attention of the public to the motion  picture shows which have so successfully catered to   tho  ainusoment of  Phoenix  people for the past   twelve  months.      Hitherto the shows   have  been held twice a week, but an insistent demand on the part of the public  for a daily entertainment has influenced the management to accede to  the request.   This innovation goes in  to effect on Monday next as does also  a reduction iu the price of admission,  which in future-iu to be 10c. and 15c.  The class of films exhibited will bo of  "an even better standard than hitherto,  and has tho union has rightly pointed  out, any patronago given their shows  by their friends and members is much  tho same as putting the money in their  patrons' pockets.    Eight o'clock overy  evening.  ANNOUNCEMENT  THIS SHOULD PROVE OF EXCEPTIONAL  INTEREST TO YOU  k*  . , The Canadian Home Investment Company. Ltd., the oldest and  largest home,purchasing contract company in Canada has appointed a resident agent in Phoenix, who will be pleased to explain the many advantages  oi the company's time-tried plan.  The company is making loans from coast to coast in Canada to its  contract holders at but   '  5%  K.P. Basket Social  The  local  lodge of   Knights  of  Pythias gave the first basket social  that they have held for many years  on Thursday evening in their lodge  room.    In spite of the  inclemency  of the  weather,    the    comfortable  rooms of the society were filled with  a merry throng who entered heartly  into   the  programme  of entertain  ment  provided   by  the   hospitable  knights.    The prizes for the   whist  drive .were carried off by Mrs. R. E  Pope and John McKenzie who won  eight successive games.     Two first I  prizes   for  the. most  unique design  in   baskets- were offered   and   two  were picked out by the judges,- thc  design  of one   being  a  decorated  automobile and the other a triangle  | with the alphabetical mottoes of the  K. P,,'s prominently and neatly displayed in gold.    Some   lively  bidding for the posseasion of the  prizes  then took  place  and   a   little   later  the artistic designers were found to j  be  Mrs.   Geo.    Elkins    and    Miss  Matttnson.     The  proceedings  ter  minated  with    an  enjoyable    little  dance.   .The music by Mrs.   Knight  and  Chas.   McKay assisted .by T.  Silas,, was, as usual, a big factor in  the success of the social.  per annum  TO BUY OR BUILD HOMES OR  TO PAY OFF MORTGAGES AT HIGHER RATES  The C. H. I. C. Plan is the most practical and convenient method of  acquiring your own home. We loan you the money and you pay it back in  small monthly payments.  INVESTIGATE T 0 DAY  C.  Donnelly, Resident Agent,  Phoenix, B. C.  THE  CANADIAN HOME INVESTMENT COMPANY  LIMITED  "Canada's Old Reliable"  Head Office    Pacific Bldg.    SccondTFloor  VANCOUVER, B.C.  Thirty Branches in Canada  DOCTOR THE CAUSE  NOT THE EFFECT  If you are afflicted with boils, pimples, scrofula, salt  rheum, eczema, or any other indication of impure blood, don't  waste time and money in external remedies for the treatment of  these symptoms.  YOU CAW AVOID ALL THESE THINGS  BY TAKING NVALS' BLOOD PURIFIER  Sometimes there are no outward-symptoms of impure  blood, but instead there is a feeling oflangour, a rundown  listless condition, loss of appetite,���showing that thc organs and  tissues of the body are not belni; nournished as they should be.  The use of Nyal's? Blood Purifier is followed by the  most pleasing results. The'boils heal up and disappear; the  skin becomes soft and- smooth again, instead of harsh and  scaly, or pimpled. The liver is stimulated, the blood enriched,  and soon thc whole system foels the beneficial effect of this  excellent remedy.  " Leave Anyox for Vancouver  Mr. and  Mrs.   Duncan Mclnnes,  formerly of Phoenix, and recently of  .Anyox,-  were  given  a send-off  by  their  numerous friends in  the new  mining camp- on April  25th.    The  affair was" given in  the  shape^ofa  large surprise party who took possession  of the   Mclnnes  home   and  proceeded to enjoy themselves with  whist,   games  and   dances.      Roy  Patterson and Mrs. P. J.  Tennetti  captured the first prizes, while Mrs.  FV E.   Lindhe and A.  J. Lind consoled, each  other  on   winning   the  valuable "booby" prizes.    The following    Sunday,    Mr.    and   Mrs.  Mclnnes boarded the steamer Prince  Rupert and left for their new home  in Vancouver.  Phoenix Drug Company  'Phone 16/" ~--   T. S.-Quancer Manager  TheDirect  Route  to all B. C.  Coast Points  via the  CITY OF PHOENIX  sac  AI. Keajting, who journeyed fa his  home'town of Rossland, a few days  agoireturnod to the camp on Thurs-  ! day accompanied by Mis. Keating and  :b��by/';;'\':;';:^''-';:'i,v';';:'':''   ��� ' ������������'���-'������'������  NOTICE /  Public Notice is hereby given that the  first sitting of the annual Court of Revision for revising, correcting and hearing complaints against the assessment  as made by the Assessor for the year  1913, will be held at the Cityhall, Phoenix, B.C., on Wednesday, the 18th day  of June, 1913, at 8 p.m.  Dated at Phoenix, B. C.| .  May 9th, 1913. '  H. Hartley,.City Clerk.  Visit of Milliner  We are requested by Miss Huffman,  of Grand Forks, to state that ahe will  be in the sample room, opposite the  Brooklyn hotel,- on Wednesday, May  14th, with'a full line of summer millinery, which the ladies of Phoenix are  cordially invited to inspect.  BBBSaB  Great Northern Railway  Vancouver, $17.85; Victoria via 8����w $17.85  New Westminster, $17.85  DIRECT CONNECTIONS AT SPOKANE.  For additional information communicate with  J. V. INGRAM, Local Agent.  SOB  METHODIST CHURCH CONCERT, THURSDAY, MAY 15  Instrumental Quartette.., ..Regeletto Band Members  Duet _., Love and War G. A. Cain, J. Butcher  Pianoforte Selection Graceful StepB Dorothy Wilkinson  Character Song Standing at the Corner of the Street. C. H. Knight  Cornet Solo  Song '..:...'.:.��  Violin Solo  Jeremiah- Pike ................:   Susannah Pike ......................  Arabella and Mary Wilson  Algy Westfield...v...........:.......  Local Agent Transferred  Jos. Ingram, Great Northern station  agent, handed over the charge of the  company's affairs to H. S.'Votaw, on  Wednesday evening, leaviug the following morning to take up his new  duties as agent at Giund Forksv Mr.  Votuw, whose commission in Phoenix  is but a temporary one, is numbered  among the most experienced of the  company's agents, having occupied for  the past twelve years (he posl of  agent at Lauriei.     ��� ".'...   Holy City.  ..^...............Selected.....'........;   .'....Selected..............  SKETCH -;._:.:..  '"������  From Down Bast   "  Characters:  .......;A Down' East Man.....   .His Wife..���,.....:..  ......Nieces of the Pikes.:....  ........Arabella"B'Beau'........;.  PART II,  ..............Les Huguenot".   ,i...Money Mattelrs..>.S.   John Finlay, Jun   ;.Wm. Bellis   W. T. Sallis  .....:..... W. J. Ingram  ...J.......". MnvJ. A. Miller  Miss May and Miss Ingram  ...^i.;...��� ...;.; S: B. Jennings  .....:...;...:...........Bahd Members  B. Jennings, C. W. Knight  Instrumental Quartette.....  Humorous Medley Duet   Song .............;...Where the River'Shannon Flows ........Laura Bellis  Euphonium Solo ,....,���.....Sele^d;.:..............v:.......:....................G. A. Cain  Song..... Dont't Go Down in the Minei Dad :...: Fred. Wilkinson  Trio.  John Rodger*,-.....,........:   Henry Keys. .....���......:.....  Zeke Hooper .��� ...  Peter Rankin.......... ;  Anna Aitkins..   Eliza Jones .: ;.;...... '.'.-..  Fanny White i  Jotham Higgins  ........  Jedidah Higgins   ._... Blanks..!. Messrs. Jennings, Butcher, Knight  ; 'FARCE.. ���;��� -];''���'   :   ���   " '/���������.  Restraining JothaM  Characters:   ,.... .!���..:.:.... ,..,.J........:.......... W. J. Ingram   _; ..-.._,���........,......;......... .....S. B. Jennings   ...:.".'....'. \l.2..:.:...'....S.....'...:.'...E. P. Geddes  ..;;.....��� ;:..................���......'............:.U;: ~.....T. Sallis    ....'...........;..���...... Miss Bateman  :."....:'.....���..............' .-��������� ���- ���- Miss Ingram   ; '. ..;.........-..-. Miss May  .....; ;..:'���.;...;,...;...::::.'.... ;....'. '..J. Butcher       Mrs. J. A. Miller  Get the Habit  AND PATRONIZE THE  PHOENIX MINERS' UNION  SHOWS  and by so doing, you place your money in your own pocket.  We will commence a series of the most up-to-date Moving  Picture Films (starting Monday, May 12), to be procured on  any Circuit.  The price for these shows will be -  IOo. and 1 So,  Ironsides Five-Piece Orchestra in Attendance  Don't Forget the opening night, Monday, May 12  SHOW STARTS AT EIGHT O'CLOCK SHARP.  1  ���MlMertnaab.Afi^iculturah'ata:? .-  l����:  w  &%���  AT  ��tfl  &  ssrc&HS

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