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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Nov 16, 1912

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Array K&l  &-a$*  '..'   A  ,'  (  ^^itaiaiiiiiuijasBK'^  q^wSi'sa'^Ay^^ ���-+-��������'��� ������     -i ��� i    ii  iiih'iiiiViiii iw^iwiiia��tfwija.iv**fiiJat-i,iMliiii  !^������w^^  ������-".;,- fy^jo gto  K    ��'J  i��.  .-���J  HI  F?  Efe-  BfiK'  ���fe,  "��-j  f   ^1 ���**���  * 2-r  l".V1r>  ���fvv  ,.'-\  a  -  , Ci - ��  I '/vLV?i  'i'ifAi��-.  FW**v>  ���<������ \ > i      ^  H-ss-s**'   '  if^    ''  ill*   ("J  J  **   Vi ��  "*'���   rS \  *-��� V*.  ~    I  ,1-r?  l!��e largest copper mines in  the Dominion ure situated  at Phoenix. The Gran by  Co. employs 000 men, and  has a monthly pay roll of  over $50,000, while the Rawhide pay roll is $18,000.  FOURTEENTH YEAR  Devoted to the .ntercsts of **hc Boundary M.n,ng bi��.Wct  The Granby Consolidated  Few mines  in   the province  can  '   Sad Cable Message  F. J. Harbinsoi), manager of the  PHOENIX, B.C.,SATL!RDAY, NO^^r"^/^  B. C. Mining  Death of Archie McMillan  A telegram on Thursday to Wm.  Prendergast, announced the  death  . :m  Ml  '"���  still fewer can point to such splendid results. For some months the  hum of the wheels of. the'big* compressor has never ceased, while the  p. j   ,    '--'���   - -��-��v  .��=.i wa*  mi     The  deputy   mining  recorder  at     r*n9er8ast> announced  the  death  ���T-?.!",X'_,and l,reCe,ipt ��f a CHb,e fr��'m Be,fast. 're-  Hope has issued a license for dredg-  "hlCh occu���d the previous day, at  :��� .. .        .Grassy  Lake.   Alherrn    ��r   a__u-  SKTJoipINC TO BE  Copper Marlcet V  land, announcing the passing of his  father, Rev. Wm. Harbsnson, Presbyterian clergyman of that city.  Although advised a day or so before  ing operations covering five miles of \m*m?  ^^   AIberta.   of   Archie  ground immediately above that town/ti      ,,an'    formerly    of   Phoenix.  New  ore   finds   are reported to ^^tln^Z^  MADE MORE POPULAR Li?/ c��p?ermarket;' -holding  flow of ore   from   the   mine to the that  nl  father w1^~JS^^^; made *   h*. *��� Eugenp Employed    as   b7  Grand   FW,S has been  wilh  a paralyetic seizure, the news  ":"     ^'u    u " 's consider^  Granby    company(  high aver- of his death on Sunday ^ame TjS! 1^1    "/   bOU"dS  ��f Possi' ^��t a year ago fo,  blacksmith    by   the  left   Phoenix  ago for Alberta, where  smelter  in   Grand  equally incessant.    The high aver- i of his death "on"*?,7^"^'  " "^l q"He w[thin   the   bounds   of possi-l about a vear "ZIT   a.'Z"   �����emx  a,e in  daily shipments 1/.^^"^ "������^1���* *��< *�� ^mous property' wJ;^^^^^  mamtainedand the reserves of ore|man,   who  had   pasted the Sl^  "'-*"1   '   "   ' ��� 'he was married.     While in Phoenix  made  a host   of friends   who  leaving the  ��"- 'wcin-ii  or or  omout0la"d/^^isut:w,,i,een^ Word has been received her��.,  toastheskMlfM         y ^ added  hJ* vvidovv, fourdaughtersandseven  SayS  the   Koote��*-�� (Kaslo),   of'a'b-  to as the skillful system of develop- sons.    One  of the   I-,*,- :. :.. .u .strike  on   to as the skillful system of develop-1 sons.     One   of  the   latter is  in fhP  ment s proceeded   n-lih     ti ���    i        d     l       . latter is  in the  terha<: ..!   ,        u This-lat-   Presbyterian  ministry in New Zea-  ter has all along been  the Granby's  land, two are members of the medi  Das attended the mine management others are grain importers ind ,hin  itis  quK   , h      r      ^"ection   follows the profession of engineer.  hat even if div " l�� State  ��"e ��f the daU^hters �� ma-fd and  to   ceZy'*���10?���**��� wholly  a resident of Johannesburg,  South  to  cease,   the  supply  of ore   now  Africa. .  the   Ajax,   in  Fergusori ��'reatiy   regretted   his  camp.      Particulars        cannot    be  fmvn- and who now sincerely mourn  obtained as to the magnitude of th(i  hjs. "timely crossing of the great  :eot that ir 5�� a var��� u:���k   divide. Much wmnoik.. :..;   New Ski Course.to be Consider  ed at Tonight's Club Meeting  A. O. Johnson,' the" energetic president of last season's ski ciub/ is  once more to the-.front in organizing for the coming season. Thirty  experts have already signified their  intention of joining.* Tonight, Saturday, a meeting forthe purpose of  fV.r.v,-   '    l "---."- puipuse or  -���������i.ij' in me eany   part  forming the  new season's club will  The  smaller  producers/  DC  Iield.   whan  *U- .^ .     . I       . ��  grade galena and   that  two   minerjj  .      .    . . ~" *���   v.mu will  beheld, when the matter of the new  ski course, which it-has been suit  g-ested should   be -situated in close  Sales of Lake have' been  reported at 17# cents within a few  days and there is still a small quantity to be had at that figure from  small producers'who^were not in a  position a month or so ago to  contract for future delivery when  the price was a fraction higher.  t Most'of the large producers are  sold ahead to the end of the year,  and some have booked orders for  delivery in the early  part  of  1913.  however,  ''   "'L  blocked out is ample enough to keep  their full battery of eight furnaces  employed for seven years to come.  In the matter of labor-saving de-l  vices for   t|,e economical  operation  of the property  the   big company is  immeasurably ahead   of any mme i���  the  province,    and   any   device   of  value is eagerly seized upon and as  - promptly installed.     The * prospect-  "*ST by diamond drill which has now  been going on for years has greatly  assisted the company's engineers in  determining  the extent of the  ore  bodies, and   further explorations at  depth are now being prosecuted.  new find except that it is a very high  divide* Much sympathy is* expressed Vhou*d   be -situated in close  mineri  for the bereaved widow "and babv    ,m��XTly t0 therin>' will be taken  . '--     I Mr. McMillan was prominent in the U Jt   J*  C.7mittee  -PPointad   to  affairs of the local Presbyterian con-  cIub ha^  2o T"^^    The  JTegahon  and   was   a  member  ofLffottL ?    to make an  King Edward Lodge A.F  & A M ,   Popularize and make more  among  whom he was held in high1  peal JfL "**��� ��f ^ amonS the  esteem. S     PeoP,e of Phoenix and merchants of  have no difficulty in knoking down  a carload of or�� a week. This  would indicate that the find is an  important one. Parties who are inf  terested in the property are rather  disquieted by a recent decision  reached to the effect that the C. P. R?  opokane     j "=awucu to tne errect that the C  P ���R'*'    *du >     ��� " "  T. Kelly, lineman with  the South   will shut off the steamer service' on* CmX AthIet��C Association  | Kootenay   Power  and   Light   com-   the Trout Lake  on   December  dDtTb,s   Week'  the "ewly-organized  ipany, who was   so severely  injured   first, instead of waiting until the icelJ- X AthIetic association, which  .last week, while engaged- in repair- forces a shutdown of navigation for '! nOW ''" exce,,ent shape,' began  ingthe high-tension lines near the the winter. They claim that they are' ? W��rk ��f arranfi:��'ng. the teams  the Rawhide mine, was taken to in a position at the present time to "r,�� *** t0 COntest in- the series  fcpokane on Wednesday, the injury  make a little money while the metal     ' *CagUe match��-     Arrange-  to   his   spine    having   necessitated   prices are at a good  figure and that? I"e-ntf-s?' far completed .provide for  the city have announced their intention of keeping them in stock.    AIll ����" '�� ju  interested are invited to be present  confidence  at the meeting. prices.  who. cannot conseratively" gauge  their output for more than a few  weeks ahead, market their product  at irregular intervals, or after it is  actually in sight.  A sale of half a million pounds of  electrolytic copper at 17.15 cents is  reported from New York which-was  taken by a metal brokerage concern.  This is evidence that the buyers'  and undoubtedly theyare in a'posi-  tloncjto Judge of conditions, have  in      ultimately    higher  A Four-Inch Paystreak  A    communication,  received    this  week   by Jas.   Marshall  and Thos  Brown from   their partner,   A. Shil-  laod, of Sandon, in   charge of  the  dnfanghad added another inch'to  the rich silver-lead paystreak, which  was struck on their property only a  short time ago. samples of which  gave a return of 217 ounces in silver /Oc. in gold and 76 per cent, in  Itfad; equivalent to $183 per ton  special treatment. Although severe  ly burned by contact with the wires,  the most serious injury seems to  have been occasioned by his fall  from the pole. Every endeavor was  made by Dr. Verrall and E. Gibson  to insure the maximum amount of  comfort on the trip and in spite of  his suffering the patient was won  derfully cheerful and bore up ex  tremely well. Mr. Gibson accompanied   him   to   Spokane,   and was  wock^���^t|,e?^^j     ^ vious shipments.    .He b.  ���other inch-to   safelv in the h����^i *,   "TOM^ri^ra����ti*��^^^l-M'^e^tcdepthnn'.  safely in the hospital.  ���* ������������  ,t  The   Roumanian   army is  to   be  immediately    raised    to      its    full  if they cannot get out their ore  within the next two or three months  that they may not stand such a  favorable chance at a later period to'  get any reward for their i season's  development. " ,;  Mat Trewhella made a shipment  of 25 tons of oxidized ore from the  Phoenix last week. : It was taken  from a vein ten feet from the one  from which he has made the pre*-  vious shipments. ..He believes that  to one large ledge. The .oxidized  seam carries from ten inches to a  foot of ore that seems to be of high  grade.     Mr. Trewhella did not care  three teams representing the Granby  office, the machine shop and one  from the city, with possjbly another  from the Rawhide. "Already the  "defi''    of   the   siLoi-i- for   a  from  first  basket ball game has Jb>en thrown  out by the city team ap| as-prompt-  Jy taken up bythe onjcf champions.'  The match, talwsjplacelpn Tuesday.  Practice i* U^d^k:>%Whas, been  constant o��U^ a-*ju4gioK%,the  p/pgress made, a stubborfi ai��t i���v  &��lnB gam^ ^ anticipated  Although Somewhat hindered by  the severe -stbttns of the past week,  good headway was made on the  rink building, and-afready the struc-  The trade generally anticipates an  increase in the visible supply of copper to be shown by the producers'  association statistics for ^October.  As the largest consumers already  have supplied their requirements for  the balance of the year, they are inclined to wait until the end of the  year before making heavy purchases  for next year's account.  ^ From all  quarters reports   "of   a  Following are the  r.tu*rnJTf thX?^ 1bUsin^bS    otVth4 W 'of  output, of  the   Granby   mines   and f     T    ^anufacturers are coming  wards-the close of 1912.;^  The Greenwood Curling Club has  elected the following officers: President, Norman McLeod; vice-president, J. L. Coles; secretary, P. H  McCurrach; managing committee',  Dr. McLean, Capt. Gordon, K. C  B. Frith and J. D. McCreath. The  club will have ten new members this  season.  Boundary Ore Tonnages  for the week ending  Nov.  3rd, and  year,to date:��� '..'-'!' ;   "'->,  jMetiiajrJbode.. T.. .7,640 ^402,513  Kawhide 6,844    216,623  Napoleon       513  Belcher   Others        234  11,174  1,331  SOME SNAPS IN TEE  St. George Cream, large cans, 10c,  Pink Salmon, 2 Tins for 25c;  Australian Mutton, per tin, 15c.  Corn Beef; per tin, 15c.  Kelowna Tomatoes, 2 tins for 25c.  l��jg*r'a*ata*tt<��il>!���.m *a������.i. '*: ,.-��� .'...fcMaitfagrJ^od��. . rein    An-> *���**, y  The    Canadian .Northern    liner  RoyalGeorge has been abandoned to  .-the underwriters.      Notice   to   this  strength   of four hundred   thousand I fT*'    ^ Trewhe,,a did n��t care I rink building, "and' already the"struc!/ ^"a   '��'''        *"**      l1'639 effect was cabled to  London yester-  ( men. / *> hafard a ff��ess as to the value of ture is  assuming form      Tae  er^c L      ��� toshaobs dey by Vice-President D. B. Ha-ina,  the .shipment,   but   said he believed   tion of the bie* arthes is no��, ��.���*;    / n^" �� ^ ' '   22'465 1,073,912   who has charge of the steamship de-  the ore will run high. /,-������ attention   a^,      I    ��     centre-/ B. C. Copper Co... 15,255    580,180'partment  Vi/i,������ ���-  �� ..        . imff attuption, and- up to the present'  Tr^h  n   V!, C��nS,dfred   ��>at   Mr.   four of th^m have  been hoisted and  Trewhe/Ja had no cap.taJ beyond his / placed in position.     Now that every-  cnergy   and   his   capacity for  work / thing- ,Vin   running order, Mr. Con-  when he took hold of the Phoenix un-/nell expect,  if the weather permits,  m n56'    IHe.hasdone   remark-/to raise the   remaining eleven at the  ably well, as, besides making  a pro-   rate of about one a day.     I��� our is  fit    he   has   demonstrated   that   the  sue of last week it was inadvertent-  Phoenix w,ll, with a not very  great  ly stated that  the dimensions of the /  expenditure, make a mine.    Recent-/skating    s:heet    was   70x190  This should have read, 170x70.  Additional Seductions  Fancy Dry Onions, 8 lbs. for 25c.  Fancy Apples, 5 cents per lb.  Gold Coin Butter, 40c, per lb.  10 lb. boxes Macaroni, 85c.  Icing Sugar, 2 lbs. for 25c.  This is the only store in Southern British Columbia which is constantly making reductions in price,  this is due to the fact that we buy in large quantities'  and deal direct with the Manufacturers.  ly the owners were offered a considerable sum for the mine but refused it, and said it was not for  sale.���Rossland  Miner.  W. B. Dornberg, manager of the  Treasure    Mountain    mine,    came  down from Tulameen    and   Summit  camp,  or Leadville,  as it has   been  rechristened, and left yesterday   for  Spokane headquaters of   his    company.     He has been very busy   getting winter supplies   packed   to   his  camp,   many tons    of    which    are  required. Some very fine samples of  galena   ore, assaying $200 p:r   ton,  have    been    shown,     making    the  prospects of this country   extremely  bright.        The   Treasure   Mountain  people are deserving of  every  success, and no doubt it will   come   to  them for   the   energy   and   courage  they have shown in   developing   to  the present stage.    .  In   the   tunnel  now being driven ore will be tapped  at depth and the body explored as to  extent.     If Treasure Mountain does  not prove to be a high class mine it  will be a   disappointment   to  many  well known mining  men   of  repute  who have visited   the   property  out  of pure curiosity,  and   others,   who  have investigated its tonnage possibilities in   behalf  of  railroad   companies.���Similakmeen Star   . .        i  The  injuries sustained by Harry  Sevyeir and J.   Wilson, in  the skip  accident on Friday  of last week did  not necessitate   their  rentention in  the hospital at first, but as a precaution  the former  has   been   ordered  back for   a few days  and   the latter]  is  recovering  rapidly at  his home. '  Both    the   injured    men    had    extremely   narrow   escapes,   and    are  heartily   congratulating  themselves  that   the    consequences    were   not  more serious.,    H.   Sewell's injuries  consist of injury  to his nose,   some  bruises   and    a   general   shakeup,  while    J.   Wilson    came    off  with  a severe   skaking   and   minor   cuts  on the head.  Overcoats  Fresh Stock of Overcoats.  Suits, Hats, Ties, and the  the latest "Curtiss" Collar  B. C. Copper Treatment  The   B. C.   Columbia   company's  smelter   treated   15,255 tons of ore  this week, as follows: Mother Lode,  f      7,996; Rawhide,  6,700;   Napoleon,  OJ473; Belcher, ...; others, 86.  Canada's Duty  ��� "l.n this  time   of   great   national,  development we are  leaning almost  entirely on the   motherland   for   the |  development of our resources.     Almost   every    municipality    in    the I  country, as well as the governments j  of the   Dominion   and   of  the   provinces, are looking   to   London   for  money and still more money.    When  we are inviting capital to our shores,  our   people   surely  should   be   prepared to give   it   the   protection   to I  which it is entitled.     We are await-j  the prime minister's statement with  a great   deal of keenness,   and   we'  feel certain that when it is presented I  to the  house   we   will   not   be   disappointed, and that it will command j  tlie support of every right-thinking!  Canadian  from  the Atlantic  Pacific.  Everyday briugs new evidence that  oui' Clothing and our methods are  attracting -men of critical taste-  men who know quality in fabrics,  perfection in tailoring, correct style  and accurate fit.  Our Overcoats and Suits  ave essentially garments of quality,  and represent tho highest stage of  perfection known to the ail of h'm-  tailoring.    Call and we will prove it.  Large Assortment of Penman's Winter Underwear  The Underwear without a fault���  They fit��� they wear better--No diC-  ference in cost���but liiueli in quality,  in economy and in comfort.  We carry a fine line of  "Ames-Holden" and "Mc-  Cready Shoes.  See Them.  Why not call and inspect our New Stock of PURNITUKE,  CARPETS, RUGS, LINOLEUMS, SOFAS, TRUNKS,'  VALISES, and  other articles too numerous to mention,  THE HOME OF RESTMORE MATTRESS  YOUR SWEATER COAT IS HKRE.     CALL TODAY AND GET IT.  yyyyfo  yy��,;f?;!;S';  ;;'';''5i''$55$f  '"ffg^IllslSSIJIII  "ni '*���:!**  t#!&T'  y:?"*i  *'���&;��;>���  W  iMte iio^  liiiiliitr^II;  ft^Electriclligh^M^  ;tp;'rbe;'rieduced..v^  Iptty&n^  |:|^p^*^mb^r|7tJri,^ 'Ae;|priceVpf  iii&sh1$g|r&  �� AH thesBritish naval colliers have   ��v^.v.-.-;v- ������>:<\.-:^:,:^..,^].:];,A  >.{*���*'  re-;;  Medical Officer  Health of ^tH-elcii^of ^ ���  ^KipS^rtcsn^tSHfiuto'^ of tartar  deleterious to the most  delicate stomach.  England the sale of baking powder   alum is ab��ohitely prohibited.  ':���*���:' :'Xi  BAJONG POWDER, RE AI) THE LABEL.  A WONDERFUL CASE  ;mM;iSecohd'i:,T*Il��ur8day:^  ich'^i-i^t^^ ;^yf)Zarii-Buk?Ci  Three Months in the  Hospital  And: CariieTbut Uncured 'myi  Fe^:\^eksl:M';^S;y  'i$'ME-vIi^^^  holsterer and mattress manufacturer, of  St.; ATrrfre*w^s^NiB;:il says: y^fM^yM^ ���;������:  g^^yh^i^czema^ori my kheeyywhich  caused me terrible pain'and'inconvenience; ;;;iThe^s6r^^  buTO^ahd'tirigleltand!!then;when rubbed  .b^scratched,^would':;bec6me verjjr pairi-  fiilif ^iWhentthe^kriee gbtwa;nh; it burn-:  ed ^brae?iahdf ihe pitching and burning  and smarting were-almost unbearable,  ^'i-tried^yarioiis remedies, jbutigotyho  better;* so iIpecidedy1��gttyto Montreal  and take special4reatrhent.%y I received  toeatmerit;at theMontreal General Hos-  pital fbr'tniirteeh w,eekJ8,lbutat;the end  of^-thi-itstimefli was'; hbtf?cu*r^^ and -almost jgave inly; Ay friend iadyisedy me j to  /giyeZam-Buk ���'a;iriffl^��^?nl-^;^^''yi/:":'-V-?-:  'Almost as soonyas applied Zam-Buk  _ :;f Jam^^.^wtlj6rh wahe^^'haS  le^glthy^it^  hasfbeen^tpri^  hos|ital-;for: scarlet  ;y;^lie:^reat iSeaT;of 'Caiiad^for the  ^ reign ^pf���Ge&gie^  ��� ;S)r Richard McBride was recent.;  iy;ithe rbcipient of;afbasket of fine  Nicola lake trout. They were sent  by:y.kV H.jMatthews,  government:  agent at Nicola. ,-':,',,> . ;;v  y A KeloWna resident sent a charge  of No. 7] shot after a; chicken thief  Uie btherydiiy;; The midnight visi-  t an t, ��� hovye ver managed to get a way  butleftthe: sack of chickens behind  him.* \y;\4::h;.]<yy,,': >'.V .*������:'���. ':''���:'; yy.>:y "-���y  ] A movement, has been started by  iheiProgress;club of^Vancouver to  erect' a Statue y to y Captain ' George  iVancpuyjer,''- the; Britishi'-naval^'com--  manderi|fter; whom Vancouver: is  ijam&d. -^B-' y; ^ Y^y^-RS^^y^  ���'yyTh&^rbad'holu  bn;;the' Salrribni^fiyery^nea^^ey/art^  'h'^beenrdestrpyed^  ���Halfca-tphy; of J; provisions ivbe^pn^ing  tbiBuntih^yBrbsi were-also prema^  lui-e1y'pbokedr;y;:;;-:lyyy:y;y^  S^Sir;4Rjehard^,;McJBri^  bieeni ih^Ottawa' onyprovihcial busi-  ^ness,L;:rec|ntly;'.;;l^  Before leaving the capita  " "ih��?|ex^r^  on  LVuri��^,::'ahd-paid;(hisJirespe^  ���d'?vA;stnali:;;bbttle)\con^  .h'eieirtjyp'rd^edj'-j'lp.-^    leetfoTatirM^  H:i, ���-''���'y^.::y^/.-y,"y,>,t..'.y;i:,y;ii -., ���������'*.,''.������ .v,  ;|*Two!fmeh answering^ the description of those; who :rnardered Chas.  '^ches'bn^S^h'd^whp'^hg^  rbbbed'Carl '^rpphy.::'and-.FrteU;Da^  ton'fit Kamioops, a short,th^  hive beeny arrested at Savona by  the^ provincial ypi^^'yyTff^yad-.  j*riitted ?beJrig fin ;Kamloops: on ; the  night&flth^  ' AnWnbvatipn has. just ybeen;' introducedi-at thesittingbf thejiidicial  committee of the Privy CounciU > Ah  empty"chair stqoci^ at;the h^d of the  tabjo1 wheh;their Idrdships; \yere;>;in  session,   intended   to   remind   them  that the King formerly presided over  rheirdeiiberations, but;n6wthe liord  Chancellor has substituted" a horse  shoe'table and the red chair has disappeared. .���:���'��� '.,:���"'-  .Mrjustice Clement recently made  some severe comments in imposing  a sentence of ten/years in the penitentiary and twenty lashes upon  William Morris, who was ..found  guilty with Jack Elder of being concerned in a "holdup," .and who;on  the following evening drew a gun  and shot Detective Campbell in the  thigh in an attempt to avoid arrest.  Elder escaped with a'.,sentence of  three years ^and five lashes.    ;  J. W.   Chambers,   millwright  at  the Western Pine Lumber Company  mill   on   Smelter   Lake   at  Grand  Forks,^ was  instantly"-'killed a  few  days  ago.    While   passing: one  of  the; large   pulleys/-his icbat   was  caught'in   the   wheel   and * before  assistarice could be rendered he was  drawn into the pulley and his   body  badly mutilated/        Deceased   was'  about 40 years of age and  has been  working at the mill for only a month.  He leaves a wife arid family residing  in Ontario.  Sir Thomas Lipton, who is pay-  Just  if He  or iweiiglit  y 0 ii    1 iH e  Underwear and Hosiery  for any season or climate,  for man, woman or child,  at the right price.  And  it won't   shrink!  Purchase      by  A the   trademark.  f It's on every  J\n$l'i garment-in red  -\ Try     No.    95 ���  ^     ^   .,   > *^      medium weight  flyUWSHWIWKABU'^  Trtittr   AfdrA.  ���"���'rH  I  ^ritl:eh.in ybbthi^apaiie^ his first visit to Varicouver,���;.inr  lishlJhaisyybe^S pibke^  be^hXdfGriaham Island referred to his intention of challeng-  Queeh^yGharlptte -grbup^|It^f*iy^    ing again for theAfherica ctip; \ The  thrpwii; intoytheiwater; distinguished sportsman stated that  |*��air^apani%^ while;he did i riot��� want any- favor, in  "''"rW-Scphtpe^itiye^pl  BOOKS A^^  ���Fancy;:':Gobdsr::;'E)o11s"'a  '���'Sup^li'^  ���iagersi-^agazi'nes-rari  ft:WaHpaper:a;i^^  ;yy?:-';/y;Cigars^'Tobacco ;ari  All thelLatest Newspapers, Magazines  l*i?( j i��'if.'*  Wvytf  i-  '  ERATERNiAL 09.DER  ��{--'*.   OF EAGLES  . Phoenix Aerie No. 158  Meets in Union Hall, Friday Evenings.  Visifcfng brothers are always welcome.'  Quitmai* Work, W. P.  > -  4    T. .B. Cosgrove, W. Secy/  K. of P. Lodge,  No, 28  Phoenix,'  B.C.    ,  sore ���Bpotei began toJ*hea\, and^by the  time I had used a'few boxes of Zam  Buk I was quite cured. ' ' *  '''Since then Zam-Buk has cured  blood poison in my finger, and at a time  when my finger was in such a terrible  condition that I feared it would have to  be amputated."  For eczema, blood poisoning, piles,  ulcers, sores, abscesses, varicose ulcers,  bad leg, cold sores, chapped hands, cuts,  burns, bruises and all skin injuries and  diseases, Zam. Buk is without equal.  50c. box all druggists and stores or  post free from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto,  forprice. , Refuse imitations.    ,  ,\ von  A tio'erecglpPpl^^  were ^bpened^-fy  United States Mining: Laws  ; "What constitutes a valid mineral  location' under^ the preseut mineral  laws of the United'States as applied  by; the   landyofii  which even the department��officials  seeini'.-to; be unable to,answer,  /     y  Isli^bfie rib as^tM; m a 11: seeki n fVa_  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  J ^ININP J:  Coalriiiiiingrightspf the l)brninioii, y  ihyAlanjtbbii, 'Saskatchewan nnd>Al-.\  bevtai the;Yilkori Territory; UuvNoi-pi-  Meets Tuesday' Evening at 7.30.  3 Sojourning   brothers   cordially   wek  7      .....WK.^ .��� ^ j  J   > ''  lis'*  K*-  i corned.  *J^.fi  Jl E. Carter, K. of B. S.  *s s fAS-"F. ^HDDEe, C. C.  / PYTHIAN SISTERS  Mountain Temple Lod^e No. 17  /'McetB in lythian Hall, Lower iTown  '"-'���^Fli^ftnaThlird'rhnrtdayB.. J '  /,   * t      -*   *��� -  Mrs. MayjilmBtrom -  t     *M.E.C.     ^  .Mrs. A. D. McKenzie  "." -M.R.C.  \n r  ���-Wtmtw-  w  ���*' ��� . - ������  First-class Eir and Tam-  arac Wood, $5'. SO per cord  Pine Wood, $5&0^ek-cord.  ,                1     w,  Fir.and Tamarac^lpuble cut,  fper cord, $7.00*  WOOI>~ DELIVERED  ON   SHORT  NOTBCEfc.  'Phone B32  Gust JiDhnsori  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.  were bverjfprtyf:'SubtaUte^^al^parts^  of the3etop:ir^v;^"^^ ''  re  ted.^  A thrashihg^machirie for the bene-;  fit of wife;^beaters;.(is':tbyb'e;;;imtiiedi-'  ately ii rivalled'Jlri^ the ^Toronto jailj.  folloWirig' the'new meth^ ad6*>ted  by the?poiice dep^rneffi  short'SeintencesSaecornjp'inied by the;  '  Big- Jump In-Fur- Prices.  It is an undoubted fact that furs  are becoming more1 expensive every  season, and tha present one is no  exception,** as may be seen by a few  instances-given here.  A seal jacket which eighteen years  ago cost $200, today will fetch almost $750, while chinchilla has risen  300 per cent, during the last ten  years. Ermine, astrachan, musquash and mink have risen about  100 per cent in the same period.  With the grea^ increase in price  of the best furs; imitations have  come greatly into vogue, and certainly of all imitations musquash���  which nowadays can stand alone on  its own merits���is easily first favor-  ite.  $o closely does i'seal" musquash  resemble genuine seal that not even  an expert can tell the difference without a fairly close examination, and  there is little doubt that many a lady  who treasures her seal coat is really  taking pride in a musquash.  Coney skins, practically rabbit  skiris, are also extensively used as  seal substitutes, and they are as  jrood an imitation today as mus-  quash was ten years ago.  lash. 7yT^ xMenders ;are shortly to  be experimehted^bh?^  The Owners of'ithe Victoria^eal-.  ing fleet' areV threatening to yplaw:e  their vessels ;u^  and eya^et^|treaty recently signed  at Washington, which agreement  prohibits pelagic sealing in the  north Pacific for a period of fifteen  years.    ���,      '-  hbribr fbr*a" cburitry"id hold the'cup;  It did not- representsport. \ ��� > y- *; r  h: ;The Dominion financial statement  for the month of October shows that  Canada's prosperity continues unabated. 'Consolidated revenue for  the month aggregates $14,758,946f  an increase ��� of over .two millions  over October; last year. For the  first seven months of the fiscal year,^  the aggregate revenue was $96,' 137,-  597, against '$76^291,178, /���a-n'-:.!.in-;  crease :bf :;$2di0W;000; The re-  Veriue for the "year-will increase all  records and proriiises to reach the  $160,000,000 mark. "During: the;  month of October the net debt w���as  decreased by $4,022,000.  The fleet which is assembling off  Constantinople comprises 14 battle  ship.s,    22   cruisers,    15   destroyers  and six auxiliaries.  it be ejmxrt supply lh��  !ARVEt.��e<lfotno other,  but ��enJ ��t��mp for UlurtMled  boole-'eale'l   ���tJfW��fullpartie-  ubr�� and tTiroctionj Intraluabla to ladles.  Windsor srjppfsr co.,  Windsor. Out. GenetriAgenUSorCaoad  Have Ybu Ever  Investigated,  Fit-Reform ?  Ever 4ried on a  Fit-Reform Suit or  Overcoat]?   �� '  Ever examined the  quality of the fabrics  and trimmings ?  Ever noted Fit-  Reform values ?  If you have j it is  almost certain that  you now wear Fit-  Reform Clothing.  If you have not, you  are missing something. Come in now  and investigate Fit-  Reform. -  MORRIN THOMPSON  Phoenix, B.C.  equi'rement,;,.,._..,.,.,-,..--.--,---.,--;t-ir..,,,..,..-.-,;,1: ,..^.      .    ..  'tio^is'discbv^red]i;and^yt^  ���������-'��� ., . .1 -Application for a lease must be niado  by ,'������ the   applicant   iiv  nerson   tos the  couraging,restrictiphs  applied.  This policy of restriction, which  is driving the prospector; from th^  bills, atidy; preventing the dcyelob-  ment of the pubiic domain, will  occupy a proriiiiient (place in the deliberations and -ycliscussion of the  delegates to the fifteenth annual session of theAmericari ^Miriirig Congress, v,which'^nieets';.,in- Spokane,;  Washingtoni during thp,week> of  Noyember;--25-2^;.'!$������ \^-^:.y"; f^  Thefoltowingsruling madein^cpii-  nection with a case arising in the  Tintic district, of Utah, aroused  considerable discussion in that district at the' time-it was delivered^  and is of interest at this tinie for the;  reason that a rehearing of the Pase  is reported as having been . denied.  The particular portion of the ruling  to which objection has been taken is  as follows:  "The exposure, however, of substantially worthless deposits on the  surface of a claim; the finding- of  mere surface indications of mineral  within its limits; the discovery of  valuable minerable deposits outside  the claim, or deductions from established geological facts relating to it,  one or all of which matters may reasonably give rise to a hope or belief, however strong it may be, that  a valuable mineral deposit exists  within the claim, will neither suffice  as a discovery thereon nor be entitled to be accepted as thc equivalent thereof.  '���To constitute a vailid discovery  upon a claim for which patent is  sought, there must be actually and  physically exposed within the limits  thereof a vein or lode of mineral-  bearing rock in place, possessing in  and of itself a present or prospective  value of'iriining purposes; and be-  for patent can be properly issued or  entry followed thereon, that fact  must 6e shown in the manner above  stated."  If this ruling were to be followed  literally in all cases, it is probable  that there would be comparatively  few mining locations; to which title  could be granted by the government.  ��J>1  Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in  which the rights applied for are situated. '.' :��������� ������''������.' .-yyyy  In surveyed territory the laud, must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections,-and in unsuv-  vcyed territory the tract applied for  shall be staked oCit by the - appl ican t  himself.- ; yy.y ���',;[.; ,   ,;.'  Each application must be accompanied by,'a fee of $5 which .will be refunded if the rights applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the nierchan table  output of the inirie at the rate of five  cents per ton.     ���  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the AgentAvith 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 drily, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available  surface, rights may be considered  necessary for the working of tlie uiine  at the rate of $10.(XJ an acre.      :���[   ,  For;'" full information application  should be inade to the Secrekiry of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa,  or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  VV. VV. COEY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not be puid for.  RECO STEAM LAUNDRY  Don't worry about your washing,  just send your clolhe.s to the  Laundry. We will wash, starch,  and jroiv them, and return* them  ready for use.  LADIES'   AND   GENTS'   SUITS  GLEANED AND PRESSED.  . A Trial Solicited,  Phone 50.  Dominion Ave.  PUBLIC NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICE that I intend to  apply to the Stiperiritciidcnt of Provincial Police for a renewal of the  Liquor License held .by'me for the  Hartford Hotel, Hartford Junction.  Dated at Plioenix, this '1st day of  October, 1012.  (Signed)     .1. .T. BASSETT.  Dr. de Van's Female Pills  A reliable French regulator; hever.faJlfl.V^T.hoao  pills nre exceedingly powerful in rcHiuattotf tho  Reneratlvc.portioh of tha female eystoni. fRohise  all cheap imitations. ��r. do Voin'al'are sold at  ��B a box, or three for $10. Mailed to any addrooj.  ���"Hot-boll Drat*; Co.. Bt. Cath��rtno��, On*.  ��ll!milMJ��M|iMIMIIHM��.l MdiM^SikM.Mm^\iMmM^miMAMMMUJAmilll^  tWiWfiSiH^tiill^Sni^AJIS  imassMS  jJJ^Qjj'JWaalaWiiM'^w^  ^ss^^ss^&m Lu---^^  y(r'{(��'*3fla^^  *SSaK?^****{*BBii***ITlj^^  ���"*'!>"'�� .���kv.-.'f'Ji.'. ta^n,   '-'     '       ���>  '''^jSp/,''���*���'      " v* "'''".      ���    '  * ji' i^l?  , ,W^��if^'^|t)^wii!*a'^i)lK,��',��?f'  .** 's'';  ,*,'  ��� f(*f *./<K,fe  e"  ; ;���"  FT? ~, y-strjaft spongy feet collects the Invl&tbSe  JU y Keraiis of disease���sys-eatla them over  muaattS* ouv flood and poisons us tvlti�� typhoid.  ^���wttHi Its Mil Injects into  uuonr  veins   MAJLAWLA.  WE ARE all exposed to bucIi dangers���our only armor is pood red  blood/ Lot your ntomach be of good digestion, your liver active  nnd your lungn full of good pure a!r nnd you don't surrender to any of the di.iensc-  bonrinp: pormtj. Tho boat known -tonic und alterative, tliat corrects a torpid liver,  and holpa digestion so that good blood is manufactured and tha syt.t.cm nourished, is  -  I>r.  Pierce's  tiscovery  This famous medicine has been Bold by medicine dealers In Its liquid form for  over forty years, giving great satisfaction. If you prefer you can now obtain Dr.  Pietce'a Golden Medical Discovery tablets of your druggist nt $1.00, also in 50c cisso  or by mail���send 60ono-cent stomps, R.V. Pierce, M. D., Buffalo, N.Y., for trial box.  Cblif>ft1~iftnSl fif TAfo arc fully and properly answered In tho Peoplo's Mcdlcnl Ad-  lagUCailUllO UI X>t**C vIgcr by RV. pi0rce.M. D. AM tho l'nowledKO a younj;  manor woman, wlfo or daughter uhouM havo, in contained in Ui o l.lur Homo Doctor Hook  containing 1008 paKca with enjrruvlnRa bound In cloth, aont free *to anyone sending 60 one-  cont (damps to prepay coat of wrnptfine and postage.  ���CWSHBEHWHSH  ;; .���;,;,���;.-.;,. ::com^letely;r^urnished AriU refitted  ���;   ";  ���'  y      k'-- fh ���  . Wo beg to siiiiioiiiice the robp'cr\Hig ol the Queen's Hotel.   'Thi.s  .    . popular hotel  lias been comjtj^tcjy  refuted throughout;  everything new and iip-ib-dut'c.    Large lofty rooms, "  heated wilh hot water.    Perfect lire appliances.  Night and Day Service  Patrons of this hotel will  find  in  it all  the comforts of home.  Perfect satisfaction is assured all our guests.     It is  thc most centrally located hotel iu town.  Bar Stocked -with Best Wines, Liquors, Cigars  Chisholm & Hartman, Props.  FIRST STREET AND KNOB HILL AVENUE  A  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.  T HE   DAIRY      J. W. Hannam, Prop.  Winter Clothing:  Overcoats,  Mackinaws, Underwear,  Rubbers, Hats, Caps, Mitts, Gloves  Jaeger's Pure Wool Specialties  '- .*'  M,    *"������.'��('i'< ia.%  j(   .'i     ''    '   I ;  THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,uBRITISH   COLlTMBIA.  THE HOENIX PIONEER  issued weekly '  at Phoenix," British Columbia  Subscription, 2.00 per year  2.50 to United .Stales.  G. Kay, Publisher.  AOVJCimSING SOAL.K  Appllcnt Ion for Liquor Licence (30 days)    ��5,00  Ccrtillctto of Inipiovoiiioiit notice (MHliiys) $7.fi0  Appliuilion to Purchase Land notices (00 days)   87.60  Dollnquont Co-owner nollcoH (00 days) ... .$10.00  Small Water Not Ices (30 days)  $7.50  All other legal ndvcrtlxlng, 12 ccntH a line,  single column, far tho (lrst hif-oi-tion; and 8  oontH a lino for each HubRoqticnt Insertion, non-  paroll rnonHut'cmant.  evidently    championed   Batheheba.  The story runs thus:���-  'In some such terms as the following-, Laby'Southampton felt herself  to be inspired-to address the Queen  one day: ���,_Do,you not think, irfa'am  one of the satisfactions of the future  state, will bo, not only our own.reunion with those whom we have  loved on earth, but our opportunities, of .seeing-face to face so-many  of the noble figures of the'past���of  other lands and times? Bible times,  for instance. Abraham will^be there,  ma'am;    Isaac,    too,    and   Jacpb.  Saturday, Nov. 16, 1912  Cleanliness our Watchword  i^tBBii^^mmmamaBmmmmmmamammammaam^mKMnmmm&nMmM^^ammii^nm^mmmam^^mt-^ j  The product of the local dairies is good, but ours is  the best; i",)  Cleanliness is our watchword, and no germ can pass our sentries;  Our poultry department has increased its supply of eggs.     Let us  accommodate you. PHONE  F 32  The Phoenix Dairy  W. A. McKay &. Sons  Proprietors  The Central Hotel  NEAREST HOTEL TO FAMOUS GRANBY MINES  FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION FOR  MINERS  Bar Stocked with the Finest Line of Wines, Liquors, Cigars  A. O. JOHNSON  Proprietor  Hello! People  Drop   in   and   try   our   delicious   ice   cream   and  soft drinks.     We keep a full assortment of  Tobacco, Pipes and Smokers' Supplies  Stationery, Books, Toys, Brushes, etc.  See our new .line of Post Cards.  KNOB HILL. AVENUE  Progress?  Under the caption "Useless Parents," the New York World has the  following editorial, and while the  parents of "Young Canada" may  be apt to ���roll their eyes and piously thank God lhat they are not as  other parents arc, there i.s sufficient  in the article to afford even "them  considerable food for .thoughtful  and serious reflection:  "A Bayonne school teacher having  sharply reproved her girl pupils for  using rouge and face-washes and  ordered them not to wear colored  hosiery to school, the objects of her  censure are preparing to take up  the case with the board of education.  The incident is illustrative of the  progress made in public interference  with the personal affairs of every-  boby even children. What with requiring allegiance to the flag by  schoolboys, and determining the  color of the hosiery and complexion  of schoolgirls, New Jersey is setting  new standards of progressiveness in  school regulation. i  But  where   are the parents  that  these children   have   to appeal  to a  board of education   to  decide how  they ought to dress for school? Have  they been wholly eliminated?   There  were  once old-fashioned   American  mothers   who   would  have   as soon  thought of calling in  a town board  to pass  on  the quality  of their pies  as to   permit a body  of school officials   to   say   what   was   proper for  their  daughters   to   wear.       They  would not  have   allowed  the question to arise in the beginning.  Is the type extinct? Has the  shirking of borne responsibilities  proceeded to such length that all  parental authority is now delegated,  to town boards and governmental j  bureaus?" f   ���*-���                  i  Borrowed Plumes  The present system employed in  British Columbia in the matter of  naming mining claims requires the  serious attention of the department of mines, and immediate steps  should be taken to do away with  the present pernicious system of  duplicating and even triplicating  the names of claims. If things  keep on as they have been in the  past, the confusion arising from our  present antiquated methods will be,  to say the least, indescribable -and  possibly serious. Already we have"  far too many "Le Rois" and "War  Eagles," etc., and heaven alone  knows how many more will be added  to the list at the end of another-ten  years. What makes matters much  worse is lhat in many cases the  reasons underlying the majority of  repetitions are not honorable and  are but a veiled attempt to deceive  the investing public into sinking  their capital in an enterprise which  has little to recommend it except the  name. Power should be given to  the government mining officials to  refuse to record any claim under  a name which is already on the list.  To draw a parallel!, we can imagine  the chaotic condition of affairs that  would result if the vessels of the  mercantile marine of Great Britain  were as carelessly named as are the  mining claims in. this province.  Think of what they will; be like!  And the sweet singer of Israel., He,  too. Yes ma'am. King David we  shall see.' And, after .i moment's  .silence, with perfect dignity audi decision "the. great Queen fnade answer, -1 Jvill "not" meet D,i\id!"  Capt. Popoff  In these elementary days of airships, when columns of space are  devoted to the doings of ihe modem  sky pilots and what ihey .'are going  to do in revolutionizing the science  of war, one finds it difficult to repress ii sense of fiendish glee in  reading that a . certain Captain  Popoff has ventured a little too near  the Turkish artillery aud paid for  his teineYity with .his life. ��� ' Perhaps  if a little more attention was directed  towards finding out some peaceful  use for tlie air machine we might  feel more kindly disposed towards  them, but after all is said and done,  we must all agree that tha name of  Popoff was not a fitting ��ognomen  for the pilot of an airship.  tar   MO NAMES OR PHOTOS USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT    ^SS   i  ...>��� NERVOUS DEBILITY i  Thousand* of voting and mldale^ged men are annually swept to ft premature (rmre,  through Early tuaijcrotiona, Ezeeaaea and Blood DUeaaea.   If you have any of, the foi-,  lowlnp; symptoiiM eonault tu before it l�� toa late.  Are yon nervous and weak, despon*  dent and. gloomy, speaks ^before the eyes, with dark circles under them,-weak back,.  fcfeleea, distrust!ui, lack energy and Strength, tired mornlnga, restless nights, changeable  moods, weak manhood, premature decay, bono pains,  hair loose, core throat, etc  YOU,,.WILL. BE     A     WRECK-. ,   ���  ' Our New Method Treatment can-cure you and make a man ot you.' TTndor its influ* f  ence the brain Itecoraes active, the blood purified, so that ail pimples, blotches aud ulcers)  disappear, the nerves become strong as steel, no that nervousness, baslituluess and dog* v  Eondoncy vanish, the oyo becomes bright, tho face full and clear, energy returns to the  ody and tho moral, physical and sexual systems are invigorated; all drains cease���no (  more vital waste from the system.   Don't let quacks and fakirs rob you of your card;  earned dollara.   We will cure you or no pay. j  EVERYTHING PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL . ��  READER:  No matter who has treated you, write for an honest opinion Free of Chanre. t  Books Free���"The Golden Monitor"   (Illustrated)  on Secret Diaeaaea of Men. ',  QUESTION LIST FOR HOME TREATMENT SENT ON REQUEST ���  Drs.KENHEDY&KENNEDY  Cor. Michigan Ave. and GriswoldSt.,   Detroit, Mich. ,  tfm A�� | ft p      All letters from Canada must be addressed  nilllVb      to our Canadian Correspondence Depart-'  Oa*|j��B��a-aaBaaajHBB     ment in Windsor, Ont.   If you desire to  see us personally call at our Medical Institute in Detroit as -we see and treat -  bo patMmts in our Windsor offices which are for Correspondence and-  Laboratory for Canadian'business only.   Address all letters as follows:'  DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windsor, Oat.  Writ* for our prh-ate address.   .-^  _j  A Drastic Law  McGill   has   lost  fourteen of her  American students who went there  to study medicine, owing to the law  passed   recently   by  the  New York  State Legislature. The new law prohibits    graduates    of   the   medical  faculty of McGill from taking their  state board, examination, by passing  which theyjjean alone become eligible to practice in that state,, unless  tliey v also" have   secured   a   degree  from qne of the American ^colleges  The "New   York    law   not   only  Hotel Bjrooklyn  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 HEATKD.  James Marshall, Prop..  *.,  "V  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  I !���    .**���  ,   .   --.s,ir*��*;  D. J. MATHESON  not  oniy i  Insurance Agent  affectsf all .Canadian   colleges,, but,  ^d^LITy- BONDS'/ PLAtV GLASS, f  FIRE, LIFE Al  ACCIDEI  graduates* of all universities outside i      -, w .-_._._ XT ,, D   T-^t,   -r a vimp  the United States, and also those of\ C OMM I S SII O N t ,R_ FOR JTAK1N.Q.  eighteen'    of ' the    smaller! AFFIDAVITS "���;, {  about  American  colleges.  into affect in 1913.  The Jaw goes  PHOOilX,  B. X  *���"' ������Tt . ���'*'- '"    '  ���   11_   D. L.  SOLE AGENTS FOR PRINCETON CCM-IL-'  Dealer in Lumber, Sriing-Jes,  Lath  and Cedar Poles.     Stull Laggan.  :,  First-Class Fir & Tamarac Wood;  MOVING MACHINERY OUR SPECIALTY  Royalty in Heaven  Sir Frederick Wedmore, a well-  known art. critic, has published  a most interesting volume of  'Memories,' in which he tells some  good things about interesting people whom he has met. One of the  best stories is that of the late Queen  Victoria, and her statement that she  'would   "not"   meet   David,'      She  That neglected coughs and  colds���respecially; in children���  lead\to consumption. Prevention is better than cure; and  Peps spell prevention!  lfejjis are small pastilles containing pine fumes and certain  highly ' beneficial medicinal  preparations condensed into  solid i:form. As soon as you  put a Pep on your tongue, these  healing essences turn into vapor, and are breathed down  direct to the lungs, air vessels,  and breathing-tubes.  You���or your child���may have a  troublesome cough. Perhaps it in especially bad.'at night I Take a Pop before  going to bed���your cough will not trouble  you 1 Your lungs are perhaps a little |  weak, and going from tlio warm house  into the cold air outside makes you  cough? Just buforo going out, put a  Pep into your mouth���thero will be no  coughing I Your throat reels "stuffed  up." Your chest feols.tight, and your  breathing troubloaomo? reps will put  matters right for you very quickly.  Peps, while quickly turning to vapor as soon as put into the mouth, will  ��� retain their goodness indefinitely, if kept  dry. Each lit I le Pep pastille ia packed  ia an air-tight wrapping, which is easily  removed; and tboy are packed iiinent  tin pocket boxes. They aro not sticky,  'and may be carried loose in the pocket,  or glove, or muff.  Peps are a sure cure for coughs,  colds, bronchitis, asthma, eore tiiroat,  "smoker's throat," laryngitis, catarrh,  : "clergyman's throat," and all disordors,  ;and ailments of tho throat, breathing-  , tubes*, and lungs. Peps contain no opiate, no poison.  All druggists and stores 60o. box,  or direct from Peps Co., Toronto,  for prioo.    Mail this article and  lc. stamp, and a sample packet  of   Pops   will  bo   sent   you.  Address Peps Co. .Toronto, or 52 Princess  St., Winnipeg".  If Tired of Wood, try Princeton Coal  CREAMERY BUTTER  Ask you Grocer or Butcher for "Empress"  brand of Butter.  This is Eastern Townships Creamery  Butter, and the finest on the market.  Quality guaranteed.  Wholesale and Retail Butchers and Produce Merchants" J  PHOENIX, B. C.        PHONE 2       v f  Christmas Goods Coming  We have a new selection of CUFF LINKS, TEA PINS,  etc.     Very Nice Designs.  CUFF   LINKS, made specially for Soft Cuffs,, will not pull  through   $1.5�� to $3.50 per pair  TIE   PINS to match signet; and other styles.     Engraved free  $1.00 and up.  SEE O.UR WINDOW. SEE OUR WINDOW.  I        ,'  ,   I  ' '    \  I  >    t'  I"  'Si  '���fei  (\  M  ^����3$ - rf; JII -  fy$tf��ift'$teti4 i ^^"-���P^M?"  \  THE   PIONEER,   PHOENIX,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ST-  m *  selling at less than  PRICES  READ AND COMPARE.  THEN HURRY.  +rf     *���*.    <  4*%  m '*  White Enamelled Beds  '   �� *    'I I i r ���>(?���    -|l I ,  for only $2.65  and mind you, no Freight to pay either!  ��� "���, ; ������- - C   Dressers    '<���'*  i    ' .i-      > "-i r  Talk about Oatelbar  ���; >rle����-Tliasa ��r* away   AQ   Rl)  Mattress  Qood Heavy, Pull-Cise,  Ootton Top MattroM  $3.95  You Can't Beat It  Linoleums  A  LET US SHOW VOU.  Qood Heavy Cork ���*  vSSSZ Patt*rn 30c. 45c, 155c.  PRIOES STILL LESS.  Extra  Extra  With Every ��1Q Purcha*����, wo give you Absolutely FREE a S2.50 Picture  Carpet Squares     ��� vv  $7.,75up  Only 10 lorl now to  Ohooeo from, but  actually, the  PRIOKS SELL THEM ON 8IQHT  Blankets  Only Three left.   They were     M    A���'  S7 each, and are Fine *���> wLw 9  ALL-WOOL, 71b. BLANKET8.  Have Ypu Guessed the  BTean^Yet?  I-Tyou want to set^ in on this 120, to 1 deal  You'll have to hurry. OnlyeOo.  Hurry  - ���(*������< v*  Tables and Chairs    \  We havn't many left,  but  there is a  a fair selection, and the prices are less  f;than wholesale. \   ;    . v  ���'   This safe will not last much, lohg-ef/as Mohave a prospective customer for  Entire Block, so if you want to save money-^Hurrv lio !  1-.,/-<.,���;.'     '  F. HAYHURST, SALES WANAGER.  ��� *?.-���  i ^r.  ,'!**  /  ��� H*"Vl     *,-vt  f *       I'M  I   ���>-"S5 7  ���%���; yr ;-V *���  ^  n.p��j>V aWjhs^to^iJh    *��"V^^i.  -' tt  t-Vi'A  ���u  Church Services  i . ���*���    -       *       -   Jp 'J '      -       *   ,-.r-j.     .��;.. _  ^      The Services on Sunday in St. John's  '* Church are: Holyj Communion at,. 7.30"  :. a.nu, Morning P^yei''afcio,&,-��Ho]y'l'  "' Conmnmion afc 11-A.iii.,' Sunday School I;  ,  at2^��}?,iu.j   Evening Pi-ayer at'7.30.1  Rev.L.~B'. "dee, Rector. [���  '       ' '  lie IJ  m  sit  --    i. *���-.  rt's      "      -*   -~  "'. t"  ���*sy  -1  K-  3  ?���*  .'^   ^  p  ���k   '  *i*  t         r-*  W*                       .     ',  ,  a         i i   *  ��  ?  h  1^   .t  I?" A*   "  ���-r*  ���*���  j'-'^    M         i  ii  1;     /        4*1  j  j^  b '&��--'  h ��� ap- ���***  1' - -  e  ��>i .*.  H  - The stated services in the Catholic. ,  /r, church are as follows:   First andthird j I  V, Sundays in the month.   Mass afc 10  ^'-tt.m.,   Sunday School    at 2.30 pm.;  ^%vening Service at/7.80' p.m.    Rev.  '^**thei* Choinel, pastor.-'.  I    "MethodiBt Chiu*ch ��� Sunday school  I, aiid Bible class,-2.3Q p.ru.; evening ser-  ,.| vice,-7.90 p^��|V:"PPayet meeting,'Thui-s-  day* evening, at 7.45 p.m.    Bev. J.J.  'Nikonr*"-   ^-""���;    -' !   "  f Str-'Andrew,'a Presbytei-ian.church���  SCTvice^jwfif fbe held'-in* fclie above  church'Oir-Sunday, -Nov. 17th, at.* 11  a.ni. A; cordial t welcome.. Rev. J. R.  Munro, pastor.5-' *' *        '~ :  1^.1  '"A. -Erskine-   SmUh,��rmansfeing  ���difbetot'of the Rba -CIW"ffiSS^  Mr. and Mrs. M. Sokol left on Monday for Fernie.  Mrs. E. B. 'Campbell spent a couple  of days this week in Spokane.  Mrs. McLaughlin of Eholt came up  for a short visit on Wednesday.  R. Forshaw arrived in the burg during the week from New Denver.  Gordon   McLeod   returned from   a  short visit to Nelson on Saturday.  Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Macaulay were  visiting in Grand Forks on Wednesday.  Bom���At Greenwood, on Friday,  November 8, to Mx\ and Mrs. Adams,  a son.  Mrs. R. Lindsay leaves this morning  for Montreal, en route for.her homo in  Scotland.  Theo. Biner, proprietor of the Colin  hotel, Grand Forks, was in town for a  few days this week.  John Donaldson, the well-known  merchant of Columbia, was a visitor  in town on Thursday.  Miss M. McDonald, who has been  visiting for a few days in Nelson, returned to town on Tuesday.  Jas. E. Carter, C.P.R. agent, re-  tmmt-d to town on Monday from a  short business visit to Nelson.  Andy Fletcher, one of the oldest  pioneers in the province, is under  medical care in the General hospital  George Heidnian, formerly shift-  boss in the Granby mine, came in on  Saturday from his home in Vancouver.  Ed. Finlay, of Kennewick, Wash.,  was in town for a few days this week  visiting his sister, Mrs. H. B.  McCoakrie.  Mrs. Ed. Black, who has been under  special medical treatment in Spokane,  returned to town on Tuesday  much)  improved in health. ;  G. W. Wooster, treasurer of the  Granby company, came up from the  Forks on Saturday, and stayed in the  camp over Sunday.  New arrival in Phoenix: "What is  Ithafc man doing. He has some difficulty in walking with those two planks  tied to his feet."  W. H. Bambury, who has been engaged in building operations in Grand  Forks, for the past two weeks, returned to town on Monday.  Mrs. N. J. Carson left on Thursday,  for Brandon, having been called away  by the news of the serious illness of  her mother.  ^Superintendent E. Hibbert, accompanied by Frederic Keffer, drove up  from the Mother Lode mine, on Thursday, and went over the company's  Bawhide property.  H. Hartley, the municipal scribe,  went to Spokane on Tuesday for the  purpose of consulting an occulist, his  eyes having of late been giving him  considerable trouble.  has been, in   Stewart the ,best..'pa-|  oF-the week.    He reports tHat j. L?;  p^rkef^m\q.\ag^ man of 'w^elijcnowp  ability,.is rat the.*compa>iy's';p|operty  .       making* an exhaustive \examjnatioo  2pt*C*OfyuaS I as to Value/quantity of ore ftobked    ^Jy^'^^l ��f the DUr8iDg  , 2>V^r/i^  I out, etc. Mr. Parker'is'employed bv P*   ? �� '?      T^' Wh�� ���"  \\t\,D p-alA-ar   ��?���-���        ^mP,0-v*ra ��y.  signed  her appointment a couple of  Il tne Ked Cliff  Mining*  Co.   and   hiij weeks ago, leaves today for Vancou-  professional   report   will' no' doubt |ver- where her relatives reside.  be placed before a   meeting^ of  thej    F- Hayhurst, in charge of the clear-  JMaft&awtJZu  ZU&6-  DYOLA  10S��ru��AUKIWS"����*aj  . . ' i  It a^the CLpANEST. SIMPLEST, and BEST HOME  DYE. one can buy-Why you don't eren have to1  knowwh.t KIND of Cloth your Good, are made  o��.--So Mlitake* are Impoaalble.  Send lor Free Color Card, Story Booklet, and  Booklet rfrinar reaults of Dyeing over other color*.  ,The JOHNSON-RICHARDSON CO., Limited. .   s_       Montteal. Canada. "'  Extra Municipal Wholesale  Liquor Licence.  NOTICE.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that  on the 26th day of November next application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for the  grant of an .Extra Municipal Wholesale Licence for the sale of liquor in  and upon the premises known as the  Phoenix Brewing Co., Ltd., Phoenix,  B.C.  Dated this 26th day of Oct. 1012.  ALBERT BINER,  Phoenix Biewing Co.k Ltd.  company, to be held in\ Vancouver  Nov. 14th.^ With this knowledgje  and detail at' hand the'eompany wijl  be in a position to de��ermir(e "what  course to take. There,hs|s been  talk of a smelter bein$ builtlpn the  canai. ^ This, and the consideration  of outside, capital offering, will  probably be discussed at trie meeting-;  J. M. Turnbull, the representativi  of the Consolidated Mining & Smelti  ing Co. of Canada, is' in" compam/  with Mr. Parker while that gentler  man is, proceeding* with his examinai  tion. The fact that men of sucrj  standing in the mining* world are in  that district is in itself a very gratH  fyitg: fact.���Portland Canal Miner.   '  RANCH FOR SALE  Ranch for Sale-320 acres at $35 per  Included  in   the sale are   the    mower,   1  rake,    DOCTORS   FAILE!*  I.lll     hat.. Mtt.M>.M..��-~  *  acre  following effects:   1  ploughs,   drag harrows,   1 team, har^  new and wagon, 1 set sleighs, house-  HOUSE FOR SALE       r  i iT,}�� .P^Pei'ty known as the Biner  block; best location in town; four suites  ot three rooms eiich;'well furnished for  housekeeping; all rented. Lower floor  can be used for any kind of business:  very cheap, part cash, rest terms; no  encumbrance; clear title; a money-  making chance to right party. See  owner on premises.  P  fi-VVi,  pfe  PS  m  mm  mm  ifJ-V-v*'  *Jw'.j-i;-:  "    Is needed to anyone that  has tested the quality of  PHCENIX BEER  If our Beer was not first-  class iri every way, there  would be no use advertising it to the public.  SOLD ALL OVER THE  BOUNDARY COUNTRY  'PHONE  23  RESTORED BY PERUWA.  hold goods, 1 barn and a flve-roome'd I r��#�����L   S Ii      i~~  house.   Four springs on property; run-   ^""1   Qf fftg   ^ungg  . - ���' Br--!  "J   f    4.MH-  ning water the year'T*tnTdrb6t\veen  forty und fifty acres cultivated, mostly in hay; fifty acres easily cleared and  eighty acres fenced. Terms, half cash,  balance on reasonable terms; discount  for cash.  DRAYING  LIMITED  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful atten.  tion to all orders.      Phone A6S  Threatened Her Life.  MIbb Nla��tto Porter, Brstntrae, Vermont, write*: ����i hare boon eared by  "I had aereral Jwrner-rbagea of uL��  Jnng��. *Eh�� doctora did not hel�� m��  much and woold never have cmrett tu.  , ��I aavr a toBtiraontel! in-a Penoa  almanac of a ense utmllar to mind, aad  i commenced using i*.  "I vaai not able to trait on jay-self  Jrl7J�� flr8t*bat X *<"** ���*��� ftha4 It  ���was helping me.  "After I had taken It o irtjlloJDeom-  menced to raise up a Btrin��?y.' sMoIct  Bubstanco from my lungs. ^ TW�� gww  less and less to qnanSUty aa I coaOisstaed  the treatment. ;  I grew mora fteBhy than I had bsoa  J ��� ����� ������ sMKmuj rau x noa osen  ames G. McKeown   ��',?.}onB ���ta^��d now i c��*ji myuir  ance sale of Edwards' house-furnishing  store, says that next week will be the  last opportunity for great bargains.  The goods are cut to less than cost.  Wm. McKay, who has been spending some time on his ranch near Danville, returned to town on Tuesday.  Mr. McKay had some difficulty in  making the camp as there is absolutely uo sleighing outside of the city.  The dance, on Tuesday, given by the  King and Dyer orchestra, was largely  patronized by the dance devotees of  Phoenix, who emphasied their pleasure in both the music and lighting  effects by repeated calls for encores.  Mrs. Dan Gunn, who has been the  guest of Mrs. McKinnon for some  time, left on Friday far her home in  Rossland. Mrs. Gunn was formerly a  resident of Phoenix when Mr. Gunn  occupied the position of chief of police.  Wm. Tinney returned to town on  Tuesday after a few months spent on  the coast. Bill was engaged as shift-  boss at the Brittania mines, Howe  Sound, and after visiting other places  decided there was no place like Phoenix, and accordingly headed this way.  John Maishall, formerly with the  Cranbrook Co-operative company, arrived in towu during the week for the  purpose of taking over the position,  as manager of the dry goods, depuit-  ment of Morrin, Thompson and Co. J  Mr. Marshall comes highly recommended rncl previous to his Cranbrook  appointment held a similar po&itioii in  Glasgow, Scotland.  The   bandboys of the city band ure  out for the ra&h.  They make no secret  of the fact either.    The aforesuid rush  is required to help provide them with  uniforms.    To start the ball rolling, so  to speak, they have arranged a dunce  for next Thursday (American Thanksgiving) when several novelties, including a lottery dance, will be features of  the evening's program.    The Ironsides  orchestra have been secured to supply  the music, und during the evening the  entire band will contribute selections.  All who have the interest of the band  at heart should take advantage of this  opportunity aud help.  NYAL'S BEEF  IRON AND WINE  BBJ  ,This is a delicious tonic worth trying. Wc never ask anyone to  buy the second bottle���they always buy it without asking.  Delicious in taste, it contains iron to enrich the blood, peptonized  (digested) beef to feed the tissues and choice wine as an appetizer.  If you feel worn-out, tired and run down, you need a tonic; you  couldn't fine a better one than this. We sell a great deal of it���like  all Nyal remedies it is of highest quality. We can sell you cheaper  kinds, but you will be glad you paid a SI.OO for Nyal's.  Phoenix Drug Company  SUCCESSORS TO JOHN LOVE  'Phone 16. T. S. Ouance, Manager  vM  ���iVti]  vi  I'yy  if-"!  J'***l  Great Northern Railway  GLACIER NATIONAL PARK ROUTE  Train leaves Phoenix daily, except Sunday at 9 a.m., connecting at Grand Forks with trains for Nelson, Rossland, Coalmont and intermediate points.  At Spokane,   with   three  Eastbound   and   West bound  coast  - trains daily���The Oriental Limited   Spokane through   to Chicago  without change; The Oregonian through to St.   Paul, both  trains  making connections for all Middle West and Eastern points.  The South Eastern Express, Spokane through to Kansas  City without change, making connections for Denver, St. Louis,  Omaha, etc.  These three trains all Electric Lighted throughout, Standard  and Tourist berths, dining cars with best of service.  Call or write and let us figure out your route, fare,' etc.; all  information gladly furnished.  W. X. PERKINS, Agent.  ,$}  DO   YOU  WANT TO  MAKE MORE MONEY  mwmm^^e9mmmmmee9meeeumemmmm9wmmmmmm^m9^mmmieeam9^mm  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  you know that you're getting into the homes of  the people you want to reach.  fit  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. '  lit  , 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.  You can make more money by selling  more goods; you can sell more goods by advertising in The Phoenix Pioneer, whose constituency is the Boundary district.  m  The way to test the truth of this statement  is to send us the copy for your ad. right away.  The experience would not be an expensive one,  and satisfactory results are assured.  in  We use the most modern type and machinery money can buy, combined with thorough  workmanship���a combination which enables us  to do the best work at a moderate cost.  <*���-*.���  ���-,���'������  V#  '.'JSV-.  ae  The PHOENIX PiONEER  |$2.00 per year, in Advance: $2.50 per year, United States  m  &���*'  mmrs  iteik  mmwm<

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