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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Nov 23, 1912

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Array WE?  ��'���;.  ;-f^l  ^  ,.;;���  U'H  m  km  fei-i  <--*  i-j��  'li Jh*  ':.'.:��� ��� v,��� v:.ii:':���'���'' ?' '.V.v>:.'^.^iPff.i'.^'fXl  /��  T.'ip largest copper mines in  the Dominion are situated  ufc Phoenix. Tho Granby  Co. employs 500 men, and  has a monthly pay roll of  over $50,000, while tho Rawhide pay loll is $18,000.  FOURTEENTH YEAR  Devoted to the Interest* of the Boundary Mining District  PHOENICIANS BUY  THE COLIN HOTEL  Ski Club Arrangements  The    energetic   attempt    of   the  Phoenix ski  club   to arou.se a more  general  interest  in  the fine  winter  Theo.  Biner sells tO.jSam  Mat-1 pastime   of ski-ing, basso   far met  PHOENIX, B. C, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23,  1912  Phoenix' Pi*N$*JOis  '"ghed   in   the  highest  rn^i^Wity   in   Canada^  altitu%^��8rj flj^ Tbffjci  , has a pop"  and    possesses /first-class" f  hotels, opera.house, schools'^  thews and Frank Peterson-  Consideration $14,000.  The Colin  hotel, one  ofthe most  desirable pieces of hotel property in  the Grand  Forks  district, changed  hands again to-day, Saturday, when  Theo. Biner, of the Phoenix  Brewing  company,   transfered   his   proprietory interests to Sam. Matthews  and   Frank    Peterson   of  Phoenix.  The consideration is stated to have  been $14,000.     The premises is one  of the  most   favorably  situated   in  the district,   being  located   in close  proximity to the Great Northern depot at the   Forks, and   has  recently  been completely renovated and fitted  with a very serviceable steam-heating plant.       Messrs. Matthews and  Peterson have been   residents of the  camp for yearSj and in view of their  well-known     business    ability    and  the future prospects ofthe Forks as'  an   important   railroad   centre,   the  purchase has  the  merits of proving  a highly remunerative one.  vv'th a  favorable  response,   quite a  number  of novices   having signified  their intention of learning the mysteries   of  the art.     The advertised  meeting for the purpose of organizing tbe club  took  place a few days  ago,   when  the election  of officers  for the new term occupied attention,  the following being selected:  Hon.  pres., F.   Norcross, jun.; E. Engen,  pres.;  R. Elmgren,   vice  pres.; Ernest Olson, sec.-treas.; A. O. Johnson,   Hans'    Hanson    and    Helmer  Bakke,    trustees.        Arrangements  were also made for the holding of a  dance   on   December  20th.     Some  discussion   also   took  place on   the  B. C. COPPER COMPANY  BDYS NEW CLAIMSi  New Property Considered More  Valuable than Voight Claims  ���B.C. Copper Stock, $4.50.  matter of changing  the   location of  the ski course from, the outskirts to  the   centre    of the   town,   near the  rink, and a  committee  was  formed  to interview the rink authorities.  The B. C.   Copper Co.   is operating six diamond drill outfits in the  Copper    Mountain    district,     near  Princeton,   B, C��,  where it has the  Voight property, and  also, another  group of claims   of approximately  200 acres,   under option.    The  results   of   this   work   hav.e   been  so  satisfactory that the. company have  made initial   payments  on   the  last  mentioned  group  of claims;  but it  has not yet been  fully decided that  Barrister Visits Old Friends  Among  the visitors  to  the.camp  this week was A. McNeil, barrister,  j of Fernie, B. C.     He is attorney'for  District. No. 6,  Western Federation  of Miners, and is here  on business  connected  with  the   affairs   of   the  federation, and  incidentally to visit  old chums of his,   the  McPherson  boys,   whom   he   had   riot  seen for  fourteen'years.    Mr.   McNeil,  who  is still   a  young   man,  was   at   the  outset'of his  career, a blacksmith,  and successfully practiced his trade  for- three  years" in  Gtiysboro Co.,  for  I    B. C. Mining    [  Nova   Scotia.      But   his   quest  knowledge  induced him  to give up  his trade  and  enter the  University  of St. Frances Xavier, from whence  he graduated with high honors four  the Voight property, the option on J >'edrs Jaler- After teaching school  which expires December 21, will beiin r"he we*t for some years he finally  purchased.   The indications are that! eni:ered   .Dalbousie .University   for I .^^f IS.rePorted   that  an   importaut  the  smaller  group of   claims,   the,  'to the  bar ��" British Columbia last  April, and has now acquired an ex  The Standard mine at Silveton  has declared a dividend of $50,000  this month, according to a communi-  ation received by Nelson stockholders. This brings the total distributed by the company since April last  $375,000. F  P. J. Higgins, of Rossland,   is in  receipt of a   telegram   from   Duke  Harris, dated Hazelton, stating that  thriv�� f7����f ���r k-   f. .       .    *     dC  &"�����*��"���! wiiuse reports   as   to the  o�� h/fh.        * "Rr*de  s''v��-h*<'l P"" of diamond, i���   the Tula.  ZouZ'rj rT'lf" *! '���� .���"   P"���   ���ted wide spread  which is now considered one of the  most promising in Ainsworth camp,  for some time, and the completion  of the wagon road to the mine a few  days ago made it possible; to start  shipment of ore. The initial shipments consisted of three cars of very  high-grade ore and the present plans  are to maintain shipments throughout the winter at the rate of a car  per week.  Charles   Camsell,   the Dominion  geologist, whose reports  as   to the  foot level of No. 1 claim of the  American Boy group, ,ocated a  short distance from Hazelton. The  group is owned by the Harris Bros,  and considered a very valuable properly.  i price of which is considerably lower,  is a more valuable property than  the Voight itself.  British Columbia has slightly less  than 600,000 shares of stock outstanding.     The  par   value   of   its  Basket Ball Game  A fast and exciting practice game  of basket-ball   was     witnessed     on  Tuesday evening by a number of interested   spectators.      These    were  unanimous in expressing the opinion  that the game   would   in   future   be  one of the favorite pastimes   of  the  young men ofthe city, filling   in   as  it does that hitherto dull period   between    summer    and       mid-winter  sports.  , A regular schedule of games i.s to  ��� be played each Tuesday and Friday  evening between four teams captained by Messrs. "McCoskrie, Crane,  Swanson and Barnes. The games  take place in tbe rooms- of lh,e  Athletic Association on Ironsides  avenue, and visitors are cordially  welcome.  McNevin-Mayhew  The   wedding of  Miss   Elva   Abi  Mayhew   and    Neil   McNevin   took j stock : ~SS no   ~J7~    '"'.".   ."*    1L��  place on Wednesday, Nov.   13th   J~T  \     i " "��W  Fnri,.     i��     ul   ��� U  P^S tweIve  Per cent dividends���  1 orks     I resbytenan  that is, 15 cents per share quarterly.  >astor.     Rev.    M     n  I -r,,   .     ��� lLr ,.     *iua"-CI'y-  lo keep up these disbursements  requires net earnings of about  $30,000 monthly; and although its  ore has been running unusually low  of late, for reasons previously explained, the monthly profits considerably exceed dividend requirements, October earnings having  been about $47,000.  Notwithstanding these splendid  operating results, large dividend  yield, the fact that the company has  very strong financial backing, an  ^fficiejrit^a!pd,_pxogressive_.n��anag;er.  ment, and that one and possibly two  more valuable mines will soon be  purchased, the stock is now selling  around $4.50 per share on the New  York curb. It would seem to present an   unusually attractive specu-  e .University   fori     " V p��riM   that  an   important  the, study of law.   ��� He was admitted  , bee" madc in the Van R����.  - Iocated at Four-mile,  in the   Slocan  district, on the No. 7 leveh The  tensive and lucrative law practice ^an Roi has been and probably will  in fernie. It is confidently pre- ��e one of fche largest producers of  dieted by those who  know him that  mgh^rad  the     Grand  church,   the    pastor,    Rev.   M.   D.  McKee, officiating. The happy  couple have taken up their residence  in Grand Forks where both the contracting parties have resided for a  number of years. The bridegroom  is a brother of Hector McNevin, a  former well-known resident of this  town.  Slight Stoppage of Ore Shipment  The freezing of a furnace at the  smelter in Grand Forks necessitated  the loss of a couple of shifts' work  in "iffc^ranbV* mfne7~rthls": weefcr  Operations, however, have been resumed and the regular shipments  contiuued. An over supply of ore  for the British Columbia Copper  company's smelter also brought  about a similar cessation of work  jat the Rawhide mine.  he'will prove just as skillful and  successful in welding together the  links in a chain of evidence as he  was in welding the steel or iron at  his former trade back in his native  province of Nova Scotia.  -��� , Sullivan-Hartman  A. wedding of much " local interest took place on Wednesday,  November 20th, at Grand Forks,  when th��.<Rev.. Father Beck solemnised the nuptials  of John H. Hart-  e ore in the province.  Ernest Levy, manager of the Van  Roi, and of the Number Two properties, has been at the Van Roi for  several days past looking over the  mine and particularly the strike.  A meeting of the Iron Horse  Mining Co. was held in the offices  of E. S. H. Winn at Rossland on  Tuesday, and it  was   resolved  interest, has the following to say of  his exhaustive field work in the  above section:  "At the beginning of  the  season  in the Tualmeen district, where field  work had been carried out the   pre-  cediogyear, and where an interesting  discovery of diamonds was   made in  the-peradotite of that  district,   the  place was again visited   for the purpose of searching in the gravels' of  the stream and other places for diamonds of a larger  size   than   those  previously found in the  solid   rock.  The season of the year at which the  examination   was   made   was   not  favorable for such work, because the  streams were at high-stage   and the  most likely  gravels   could   not  be  reached.     Nevertheless  some  tests  were made both on   the  gravels   in  the stream beds and on the   decomposed rock which was already-known  TO-DAY  and the bride' was attended by, her  sister, Miss Maggie Sullivan, while  M. J. Quinliven, brother-in-law of  the bride gave her away. After the  wedding, the bridal party drove to  i     the Colin hotel, where the wedding  | fative and mining investment oppor-l repast was   served  tiinity at this price.     If new mining/ afternoon ';  property   is   to   be   bought   and de-/'crt for Marcus en route for Spokane  veloped it stands to   reason that the I and tne coast  the company should go into   liquid-  ��"" t" T^ T ^^ known  ���tion.    There will beAnother meet-     J��    Tud,am��nds-     Concentrates  ing on or about the 27th^of Novel ! ^^ ^ ������������   f-m. each   of  -F FW��� Ul Jonn ���. ttart.,ber,     when   the    shareholde^lm ^ A^^^^���^ -��  ^^^r^^Q^sno^]^^^o^ ��. mceting: 5>2^SrSij;<��:-2S��; ;  Phoemx and Mtss Agnes Sullivan, P^���*^ ���� the company consist- ti and in both ^W^^^y  alsp.,of tfh.s city. The ceremony was ^ ��f th�� -I"��-Hor,^min��ral.claim, s{oa Was aiile'to detect, /diamonds^ '  perqrmed at the residence of the J" ��*Vn����� ��" Consolidated noi; however, of a 'commeri^^e;/  W?^^^ "In-tbi.   connection   some   work  and   the bride  was  attended byheT !^**^Ue t0 **��-��ditb^of .the   wasWo done; toward ihe close,- on  company  According to the'"Kootenain".the  Florence Silver Mining- Company,  in which Spokane people are heavily  interested, made   its  first  shipment  here also no diamonds  larger  than  and   later in the'f��*om    the   FJorence   mine   at  Ains-   those previously found in the rock in  Hartman j worth, on Tuesday.     Tlie   company  place       were     obtained    from     the  has    been,  working    the ' property, 'gravels. "  Scottie creek, a tributary. of Bonaparte river, near Ashcroft, where  diamonds are known to occur under  similar geological    conditions; and  I necessary   financing-   will he  antici-  1 pa ted by a  considerable  advance  in  'the   price   of. stock.���Boston   Com  inercial.  Curling Club Elect Officers  \   meeting'   of    the   members   of/j  the   Phoenix   Curling club-was  he/di  on   Thursday  evening, and   the  following officers were  elected:   J. A.  Cabinet Minister Elected  Hon. Louis Coderre, who was re-| Miller, president; J. F. McDougall,  cently  appointed   secretary  of state/ vice-president; and  A.   F.   Geddes,  Overcoats e�� Suits  Malaga Grapes, 35c. lb.  Extra Fancy Apples, $1.50 box  Cape Cod Cranberries, 20c, lb.  Cauliflower^ 15c, head  EGGS, CREAMERY BUTTER  Fairfield Eggs, 40c. doz.  Fancy Creamery Butter, 2 lbs.  [for 75c.  n the Borden  cabinet,   was elected  by   his    constituency   on    Tuesday  with   a  decisive   majority   of   2206  over   his   opponent,   Louis  Doyon.  So meagre was the support given to  the Liberal candidate that his cash  deposit   was   forfeited,    he   having  failed   by   ninety   rotes   to  poll the  necessary   minimum.     Of the   total  vote polled,   the Dominion  minister  succeeded  in capturing 4222, while  Mr. Doyon was letdown with 2016.  While no doubt existed as to Mr.  j Coderre's   ability   to hold   the seat,  I considerable    surprise    was   mani-  \ tested   at the   size   of   his majority,  I while no   one   had   the  temerity   to  ! predict that the opposition standard  j bearer would lose  his deposit.    The  naval   issue   was  kept   well   to   the  ; lore   and   no   side   issues appear to  ; have intruded themselves.     In view  i of   Mr.    Borden's    expected    naval  statement,    the   result   cannot    but  be regarded as significant.  secretary-treasurer. A committee I  was also appointed to make arrangements for the coming season.  The matter of arranging skips and  rinks will betaken up at a future  meeting. The financial standing of  the club is excellent.  Overtime at Jewel Mine        :  Reports from the Jewel mine," on ;  Long Lake, continue to be of ai  gratifying nature, and while no:  returns as to cleanups are obtain-)  able;..the continued activity on the !  property seems  to  promise well  for'  the future.     The underground work:  i  is being vigorously pushed and con-'  siderable overtime is being done at;  the stamp mill. It looks as if the;  old mine was coming into its own.  Boundary Ore Tonnages  Following are the returns of the  output of the Granby mines and  smelters for the week ending Nov.  17th, and the B.C. Copper company  for the week ending Nov. 10th, and  year to date:  Ciranby 20,858 1,089,866  Mother Lode    6,432    40S.945  Rawhide    6,734    223,357  Napoleon       738      11,912  Queen Victoria. .. , 66 66  Others        340      11,979  SMELTER TONNAGES  Granby 23,385 1,097,297  B. C. Copper Co.. . 15,255   580,180  Women's Suffrag-e Movement  Miss Dorothy Davis, iii-gani/.tH' of the  li. ('. Political Ki|iialit.y League, arrived in Phoenix on Friday, but owing  In an unfortunate misunderstanding,  slio was unable to jirmngi' a mooting,  for tho owning of her arrival. She  liowovor. purposes to hold a mooting i  next, Friday, of which duo notice will ;  bo given. She expresses tho hope that j  any local ladies interested in tho move-!  liient. will communicate with her in ;  Nelson. JSho leaves this morning for j  (irand Forks. i  Meeting of Liberal Association!  A meeting of the Phoenix Liberal j  Association will be held on Wednesday next, November 27th, in the  committee room of the iVIiners'  Union hall, at 7.30 p.m. A cordial  invitation is extended to all interested to be present.  A. II. McPherson, Sec.  Fresh Stock of Overcoats,  Suits, Hats, Ties, and the  the latest "Curtiss" Collar  Every day brings new evidence that  our 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  are essentially garments of quality,  and represent tho highest stage of  perfection known to the art of fine  tailoring.    Call and we will prove it.  Large Assortment of Penman's Winter Underwear  The Underwear without, a fault ���  They tit���they wear bettor--No difference in cost���hut. niiieli in qualify,  in economy and in comfort.  We carry a fine line of  "Ames-Hoiden" and "Mc-  Cready Shoes.  See Them.  Why not call and inspect our Now Stock of FURNITUKti,  CARPETS, RUGS, LINOLEUMS, SOFAS, TRUNKS,  VAL1SKS, ami   other  articles too numerous to mention.  THE HOME OF RESTMORE MATTRESS  YOUR SWKATKR GOAT IS IIFRE.     CALL TODAY AND GET IT.  aimmam .<�� I  lH'"* mi Minn in  %  K  '���'-'I,      .|".   t"     (^1  ������v'i ,; jg/$g$&$P' W^��� wywwwHH  'J      ..    '  .1. .*>(,, ���,*.  ���MB  THE   PIONEEB,    PHOENIX,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Ifr'1-  lift  ��� c*  .1  p V,- l  IJu. >  1 *  *  I "i  .rf  ���!*'-  4r         , -*��'  J(U '"   ,-  t   ('  I'/'i ' *,     '���>    1  .. ^     '            ��  Y^xf.   -��� "  c  \' Sr * t  r  m <x%~  p^--?'7^'    '-  4  1 j^T* iV^v.-"*    ^ Ml.'  1-,*    V          i<  ;�����  ����  v. 7^~   i  f 4' ��� i  P-, > '   ' <���  t r'  '       l   >  tn"  t        *   v      l*  Concentrates  it��9>viW.*r*<iS"��!*ii��*iKr-r i  CREAM  A pure, fteirfiHfiil, Cream of  Tartaf Baling Powder  When buying an article of  food you are  entitled to know exactly what ybii are buying  ���its quality and ingredients.  ���      If this information is refused don't buy it.  Some of the low grade baking powders are  advertised, but the ingredients of the powders  are scrupulously concealed. ,,  A housekeeper would not use a baking powder containing alum if she knew it.  It is well when buying to examine  tHe label on the can. Unless it shows the  .ingredient cream of tartar, ;donyt buy it.  Dr. Price's baking ponder,is absolutely free from alum.  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.  ���  J. T  W. J. Pbkndkbgast  Hawthorn,      �� J n "      W.M.  ' ,   ,;     Secy. >  I.0.O.F:  8nowihoe Lodge  :   No. 46     .  Meete^-every  Monday,^Evening  at  St. Sophia  Should Constantinople again become the centre of a Christian power, reason would that the most venerable of Christian shrines should  be restored to .the purpose from  which it had been for centuries perverted. That should, however, in  such a case, be done with all possi-  ble respect ,for the best sentiments  of those who would thus be despoiled ofit. > 'For the.present there  is no certainty that the invaders will  hold1 Constantinople.    On their be-  Nelson feels a boom coming.  Eighty per cent of the headaches  are produced by defective eyesight.  Question? Defective drinks would  be nearer the mark.  Official announcement of the resignation of James Bryce as ambas-  ador to the United States was made  at the foreign office recently. Sir  Cecil Spring Rice was appointed his  successor.  Five hundred men and women,  natives of Canada, and their friends  assembled last  week   at   the   Hotel  e  Astor for the eighth annual dinner  of the Canadian club, which was  followed by a dance.  The Pioneer mining Company of  Nome Alaska, has made the biggest  strike in years in an old channel  opposite No' 3 Anvil Creek, is the  news from the north. The pay  dirt runs 25 cents to the pan.  In veiw of the luke-warmness  shown recent Canadian issues, it is  noteworthy that the city of Sydney's  half million four per cent, ten-year  debentures at 97 have been considerably over subscribed.  One ofthe men concerned in the  murder of Chas. Acheson, at Kamloops,   is reported   to   be  well   and  favorably known  in  Hamilton,  the  mayor   of   that   town   having telegraphed instructions for counsel to  be provided for his defence.  "Declaring   that John   Bradshaw,  convicted   of incendiarism    at   the  Nelson assizes    recently,    had    not  been   given   a   properly-conducted  trial, the trades and labor council recently have decided to  petition   the  minister of justice   for a   reprieve of  the three-year sentence which he   is  now serving at New Westminster.  Speaking last week, Earl Selborne  said some radicals had talked of  stopping Lord Robert's pension because of his warning to be prepared,  and when Lord Roberts heard this  he said: "I am proud to have'won a  pension in the service of my country  and shall be proud to loose it in her  A.X. McKinnon,' Hec. Secy  n i   j- ri    1,1'" t-  1 >���-   !'"<,'     ,   *1 '       . ii    "''     .  , Daughters of Rebekah  Phoenix Lodge No. 17  Meets In   the  Miners'   Union  Lodge  ' " Hull First and Third Wednesdays.  '   ' 'Mrs. Kossio Bush, Noble Grand.  Mrs. Effle Marshall, Secretary*  g= J going   to  FRATERNAL  ORDER   Christendom Jt would be an ,  pure vexation to "desecrate   it.  OF EAGLES  of'the ftBosphprus'.would be to put  themselves in tutelage to the is the civil engineer in charge of the  Powers has {Turkey has been. On construction work being undertaken  behalf,of the powers it has been by the Canadian Pacific Railway in  understood by, many that the dis- that city. Upon examination at the  placement of, the Turks will not be hospital it was found that he had re-  I permitted. H they should not be ceived five wounds, one of which  restore    the    church    toi penetrated   his   lungs.     His   condi-  ofl tion has considerably improved.  Russell Greenwood, a 14-year old  ".Phoenix Aerie No. J58  Meets in Union Hall, Friday Eveningb.  yisiting brothers are always welcome.  j QmTMA^WbRK, .W. P.  <! T. B/'Cosgbove, W. Secy.  K.:��*f;P. Lodge,  :Mo.-:-2tr-'  hoenix,  ^B.O.  iMeefcs' ;J2 u K s D AY,, EVBOTNG <at  7.30.  Sojourning   brothers   cordially   wel-  J." E. CA&TJSR,J��..Qt R. S.  A.' F. Geddb's, O. &  im&i.���  * &/  3'FYTHIAN SB8TERS  fountain Tempi�� Lodge No. 17  j      Mcbte in^Pythian Hall, lavrov Town  il    First and Third Thursdays. '  Mi*. May Alnastrom Mrs. A. Dl McKenzio  M.K.O. '   ��� ��� ' - M.B.C.  .  \   -jv>       ��  ^irst-class Fir and Tam-  arac Wood, $5. SOper cord  Pine\Wood', ;$5.00 per cord.  St. Sophia, one of the greatest of  religious   structures,f was   built  by  the great"Justinian,  the law-giver,  in the sixth   century,   and  was   for  nine . hundred .years     a   Christian  church,   the -most  elaborate  in the  world.   It is_in theiinterior the most  impressive, ���of  buildings.     The   religious1 'mosaics' are   all   plastered  over, but the  Italian  who had this  job,   had   also   the faith that some  day the building would be redeemed,  and managed to place matting between the art work and the plaster.  Howbeit   the   Most  High  dwelleth  not in   temples   made  with  bands,  and however we may desire to see  a venerable  building revealed in all  its beauty, religion will  be none the  I better  for   changing  the rites that  j shall    be    performed    beneath   its  dome.     Religion is a spiritual thing  that is  only more or less belied by  these  formalities. ��� Montreal Witness.  boy, living with his parents near  Royal Oak station, on the Vancouver-New Westminster interurban  line, was instantly killed last week  when .he came into contact with  a live wire. The wire had fallen in  the afternoon when a tree fell across  it,,and everybody in .that vicinity  had been warned of the danger.  Using electricity the Walla Walla  Hothouse Vegetable Company has  "slipped one over" on lettuce, and  as result, four crops are now grown  where three were produced. The  theory is that the lettuce dosen't  know when night comes and keeps  on growing. Results arc obtained  by the use of eight 2000 candle-  power flaming arc lights as soon as  the sun goes down.  The Canadian High School  Cadets are becoming more delighted  with New Zealand as their tour of  the islands draws near its end. The  boys readced Rotura a few'days ago  and attended a big Maori concert in  the evening*. The performers were  in native costume, and the native  dances and games excited the wonder and admiration of the boys from  the sister Dominion. One and all,  they voted it the best entertainment  given in their honor*during the entire tour.  The flower garden al theC. P. R.  depot, at Grand Forks, has just been  awarded the specail cash prize offered by the railway company for the  best-kept gaiden during thesummei  of 1912 at the depots in this division  ofthe C. P. R., which extends fiom  Arrowfjead south to Nelson and  Kootenay Landing and west to  Midway. This is the fourth lime  4;his garden has won the divisional  prize, and two years ago it was  awarded the $50 prize for the best  appearing garden on the Canadian  Pacific system in British   Columbia.  Three hundred Mormon "missionaries" from the mormon town  Raymond, south of Lethbridge, aie  to engage in what will be the greatest mission propaganda ever inaugurated in Southern' Alberta by that  sect. The work is to be conducted  during the winter months, and all  the territory south of the main line  ofthe C. P. R. will be touched. The  mission is under President Brandley,  formerly president ofthe Swiss mission, and he will have assisting him  business men and farmers of the best  ability procurable. The plan is one  which has recently been adopted in  Utah, where it was found to be very  successful.  /The British commission w,hich has  been  investigating   the    subject   of  divorce   for several  years, has now  made   public   the   result  of its   enquiry.     The majority report recom  mends that the two sexes be placed  on an  equality before  the  law with  regard to grounds for divorce, which  shall be adultery, desertion for three  years,   incurable   insanity  after five  years    confinement,    and     habitual  drunkenness found   to  be incurable  after  three   years     from    issuance  of first separating order.    It recommends  that all   divorce   cases shall  be heard  by judge alone, who is to  be   empowered   to   close  the   court  during the hearing,   and   furthei   to  prohibit the publication of details.  The remains of an enormous mastodon,    with    tusks    12ft.    6in.  ;��  Seam-in-frpnt:  jtocking  would seem absurd  Then  why''.'any,- seam"  You have kept on wearing stockings  with a seam up the back-shapeless,  uncomfortable things ! because you probably didn't realizo the perfection reached  by  ' Full-Fashioned "WKfate&Mt  SeairJess    MOm1  These are hose without the sign of a Smm-\oo* for the^.gn of the  trade-mark. As they arc being knit they are shaped; lastingly to..  the curves of the foot and leg. 'Tfiep /ft-they wear better-  and the utter absence of any seam at all makes them  ever so much more comfortable.     No difference  m cost-but much in quality, jn economy  and in comfort. fi5  Makers of  Underwear  Sweaters  and  Hosiery  HOSERY  Made by  Penmans Limited  Paris, Canada  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  Cicars, Tobacco and Smokers' Sundries  Christmas Goods Arriving  AL. ALMSTROM  All the Latest Newspapers, Magazines  Beware of Blood - Poison  Zam-Buk Is A Sure Cure  in  length has been found in Alaska.  'Fir and <Tamarac, double cut,  per cord, $7.00.  |WOOD DELIVERED  NOTICE.  ON   SHORT  'Phone B32  iGust'Johnson  Is Interested and should know  aliout the wonderful  MARVEL WhiiUffig Spray  Tiw new V��einal Syringe    Belt  ���Most convenient.   It cleanses  Instantly.      Ask jour  Iftie cannot��upply tha  MAKVEI. occbM no otl._  .but scad itamp for Illustrated  'ibook���waled   It sWet full untie.  JuUrsandtlirecilo is Invaluable to ladles.  1 WINDSOR SUPPLY CO.,  ^Tiajgatra Oa*. General Agents for Can  The Government of British Col  umbia, which offered a reward of  $1500 for the conviction of the  person or persons responsible tor the  series of incendiary fires at Nelsou,  will not follow the example of -the  authorities of that city, which has  decided not to pay its offered reward  of $500 on the ground that the conviction of Bradshaw was secured for  an arson committed outside the  limit ofthe city municipality. "The  offer of the reward by the province,"  said a responsible officer of the  crown last week, "was to secure a  termination of the repeated act>> ot  incendiarism and the punishment of  tbe person responsible. It makes no  difference whether the fires for the  setting of which a man was convicted, were within or without a city's  limits. The piovincially offeied  reward will be paid, otcourse."  T*HE v/oiadorCul  success ot Fit-  Reform is due to  the fact that it enables  thousands of men, in  every part of Canada, to  wear garments designed  and tailored by masters  of the craft.  Whether you select the  lowest or the highest  priced garments, you will  find the same attention'  has been given to every  detail.  An inspection of our  Wardrobes will show you  better than words what  Fit-Reform   offers   you.  Mr. Jas.Davey, of 7SU telliue Avenue,  Winnipeg says:���"A few months sinew  1v was cured of a poisoned finger  thiough the timely use (if Zam-Buk.  "I cut a deep gash across thu knuckle  on the first finger of my right hand  in opening a ,lobster can. 1 suffered  at the time with the soreness and pain  but had no idea it would become a  serious wound. Howi-ver, in about two  days I was gieatly alarmed; -as my  whole hand and arm to the elbow became suddenly inHaiijed, and the finger  was much discolored showing signs  of blood-poisoning. The pain was  dieadtul and 1 was fenced to leave off  iuv woik/ind go home.  "The wound on the knuckle had  been poisioned by dust and dirt getting into it. I then decided to start  the Zam Buk treatment, bnd having  fht.1 bathed the cut, I applied the healing balm. It soothed the pain almost  instantly, aud by next day there was  a great improvement.  "tn a week's time, through perse-'  \erance, with this wonderful preparation, a complete cine was brought  about."  Zam Buk is just as good for eczema,  ulcers, scalp soies, abscesses, piles,  ringworm, boils, vaiicosc ulcers, running sores, cold sores, chapped hands,  etc. It draws all poisonous foulness  from a wound or sore and then heals.  Use it, too. for cuts, burns, bruises and  all skin injuries. Zam-Buk Soap should  be used in conjunction to the balm for  washing wounds and sore places. Excellent, too, for baby's bath.  All druggists and stores sell Zam-  Buk at 50c. box and Zam-Buk Soap at  25c. tablet. Post free upon receipt of  price from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto.  MORRIN THOMPSON  Phoenix, B.C.  Native Sons and Daughters  Native bom sons and daughters  of Canada, living in the United  Stated, Canada and Europe, will be  invited to particpate in a Canadian  drama, written by a Canadian  author, staged by a Canadian manage i and played by Canadian players,  to be produced at the completion of  the Grand Trunk Pacific transcontinental system in 1913 or early in  1914. H. C. Boyd of Edmonton,  who suggested the idea, plans to  make a tour ot the principal cities of  Canada, after which the play will be  seen in tbe smallct cities and towns  throughout the Dominion. The  play will deal with development of  Canada as a whole, inttoducing  historical characters and scenes.  Mr. Boyd is in correspondence with  authors and players in various parts  ot the world and expects to make a  definite announcement legal ding his  plans early next year.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MINING REGULATIONS   *  Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan anil Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories,and in a portion of the  Province of;Brit,ish Columbia, may be ,  leased for a term of twenty-one 'year*  at an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not,  more than 2,5(i() acres will be leased tn  one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant in person to the  Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in  which the rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in iiiisur-  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 if the rights applied for are not  available, but riot otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable,  output of the..minei at the rate of five  cents per ton.  Tlie person-operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity <>f  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 rateiof $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. W. (JOKY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not be paid for.  PUBLIC NOTICE.  TAKK NOTICE that I intend to  apply lo the Supeiinlendent of Provincial Police lor a ieiiew.il of the  Liquor License held by me for the  Ihirtford Hotel, Haitloid .Junction.  Dated at Phoenix, this 1st day of  Octnbei. 1012.  (SignedJ     J. J. BAfeSETT.  RECO STEAM LAUNDRY  Don't worry about your washing,  just send your clothes to the  Laundry. We will wash, starch,  and iron them, and return' them  ready for use.  LAD I US'   AND   G RNTS'   S U IT'S  CLEANED AND PRESSED.  A Trial Solicited.  Phone 50.   Dominion Ave.  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.C.  v  ft-  .*>&���*. QH9  ���'���?"S^^^^p  THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,  BRITISH  t>\        i  COLUMBIA.  I<       >        \ i I  .  wjm?w?<^mmmmjm&\  m  &.}  ��  It is tho right of everyone to live and enjoy the cheerful life. We owe  it to ouraolvcfl and thoso who live with Us to live the cheerful life. We,  cannot do so if ill health takes hold of us.  . ........   vv    Mv    ...    ...   ....w.....    W.I.V.   ..V/1U   Ui    UO,  The wifo, mother and daughter suffering from hot flashes, norvousne33,  headache, backache. draEjrlnsr-down fceliiur, or any other weakness duo to disorders  or irregularities, of the delicate female organs���is not only a burden to herself,  but to her loved ones.       .     r     ; ^   '.j.  There (a a remedy.     Forty years experience baB proven unmistakably that  will restore health to weakened womankind.   For 40\yeara It has survived  Srojudice, cnvy,and malice.   Sold by dealers in medicine in liquid or tablet form.  >r. Pierce's Favorite Prescription T��Wets can be had of druprgist or mailed on  - ������' : ��� receipt of one-cent stamps���for $1,00 or 50e size.   Address li. V. Pierco, M. D..  ���������:��� Buffaio(N.Y. : :     . ..  Dr. Pierce's Pleasant  Pellets mgralate [sm<3. bnvigarale  1 stomach, liver and bowels.  Sugar-coated, tiny granules*  Ben  Mi'  ||.  The  ^ueen's Hotel  COMPLETELY REFURNISHED  AND   REFITTED  We beg to announce the reopening- of the Queen's Hold.    This  popular hotel lias  been  completely refitted throughout;  everything new and up-to-date.    Large lofty rooms,  heated with hot water.    Perfect lire appliances. .  Night and Day Service  .-. Patrons of this hotel will, find  in   it all   the  comforts of home.  Perfect satisfaction i.s assured all our guests.     It is  the most centrally located hotel in town.  Bar Stocked with Best Wines, Liquors, Clears  Ghisholm"���& Hartman, Props.  Il FIRST.STREET AND KNOB HILL AVENUE  KBEB  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.  Winter  Overcoats,  Mackinaws, Underwear,  Rubbers, Hats, Caps, Mitts, Gloves  jaeger's Pure Wool Specialties  TllOSa   BrOW/fl        Men's Wear Exclusively  Cleanliness our  The product of the local dairies is good, but ours is the best.  Cleanliness is our watchword, and no germ can pass our sentries.  Our poultry department has increased its supply of eggs. Let us  accommodate you. PHONE F 32  THE HOENIX PIONEER  issued weekly  at Phoenix, British Columbia  Subscription, 2.00 per year  2.50 to United States.  G.  Kay, Publisher.  ADVERTISING SUAL-K  Apiilic.aton for Liquor L-lconco (.Todays) ..$5.00  Curt Won lo of Improvement notice (OOdays) 87.30  Application to Furchafle Lund notices (00 days)   '....$7.50  Delinquent Co-owner notices (90 dayw) ���$10.00  Smull Water Notices (SO days)  $7.50  Allother loghl advortiHirig, 12 cents a lino,  single column, for tho first insertion; and 8  cents a lino for each subsequent insertion, nonpareil measurement.  diets nothing and teaches us much  less. . During the Boer war the  nation from which our ���friend emanated, was unscrupulous in .its criticism of our troops and their commanders, hence a little mild and  truthful criticism oncour part should  not be resented.  ire.  Saturday, Nov. 23, 1912  Mr. Neugebauer's Letter  Our statement a couple of weeks  ago that in the light of recent events  in    the   near     east,     the    German  methods used   in the Turkish army  have   not   reflected  much   credit on  the   chief of   the  German   General  staff, has evidently roused the ire of  a   certain   local   champion    of   the  Fatherland,   and in   a letter  10 the.  Pioneer he emphatically pronounces  our   somewhat   mild    criticism 'vas  unjust-���"an  insult   to the   German  army and  Kaiser."    The blame for  the  Turkish   military   disasters    he  seenis   to   attribute   to    the    well-  known    Ottoman    love    for    graft  which played such sad havoc among  the commissariat, transport and ordnance departments, . in    which  our  informant says  there were   no German officers, but if there  had been,  says our arm-chair critic,   "the war  news would have been vastly differ-  from   what  they   are."    The latter  is   however a  doubtful supposition,  and   we   are   as   much   in   order as  Mr. Neugebauer if we assert to the  contrary, for if the tactics have been  abortive, and the Krupp artillery ineffective, there is little reason for us  to suppose that German direction of I  other     departments     would     have  materially   altered   the   course   that  events have taken.  Our mentor also gives credit to  the Turkish soldier for possessing  some intelligence, and evidently is  not satisfied with his previous explanation of the Turkish rout, for  he adds that "no intelligent Turkish officer or soldier can see any  cause for which he should fight,  when they can   see   that  the Chris  The Central Hotel  NEAREST HOTEL TO FAMOUS GRANBY MINES  maammumfmamimmiammmtasmaani i i   i ii^wM����wiwMiMMWW��MWWw��www��pwwWM^w>wwMwwwwwiwiTriw^wiwwi-MnnnnBm-  FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION  FOR   MINERS  Bar Stocked with the Finest Line of Wines, Liquors, Cigars  A. O. JOHNSON     -    -     Proprietor  Fruit Packing Schools  The Department of Agricultu  in accordance with its policy of the  past three years, will continue the  fruit packing schools during the  coming winter. . The- packing  schools proved even more popular in  1912 than previously and we expect,  from the number of applications already in, that there will be a great  growth in tbe work this winter. It  is hoped that this year schools will  be placed in every fruit district of the  Province, where a sufficient number  of pupils can be secured.       '  The class of instruction fnrnished  by the experts employed by.ahe Department in previous years/ has demonstrated its efficiency in the competition of Oregon and Washington  in fruit packing. The experience  and standing": of the instructors  secured and the confidence reposed  in them by the Department, guarantee to the fruit growers the highest  class Q,f instruction.  ���As in previous years the local-administration of the packing schools  will be placed in the hands of a responsible local body, such as the  Farmers' Institute, the Fruit Growers' Association, or the Board of  Trade..  The; Department of Agriculture  provides the instructor and pa^-  his expense's. V-'The Department will  also bear ;the> cost of the packing  paper,'the fruit and all other legitimate expenses, except that of the  secretarial work, which it has been  found imost satisfactory to leave  to local arrangement.  The   responsible   organization   in  each case will be required to guarantee a minimum of twelve pupils, but  not more than fifteen,   with the pro  per qualifications, at a fee of three  dollars each, to take  the twelve les  MINED YOUR SYSTEM  The nerrea control all actions of tbe body so that any*  thing that debilitates jhem will weaken all organs of  the. system. Eorir Indiscretion* and, Excess**'; have  ruined thousands of promising young men. Uaaafearal  Drains asp their vigor and rltolity and they never develop  to a proper condition of manhood. They remain weaklings, mentally, physically and sexually. Hew you fselT  Are you nervous and weale, despondent and gloomy,  specks before the eyes with dark circles under them,  weak back, kidneys irritable, palpitation of the heait,  bashful, debilitating dreams, sediment in urine, pimples  on the face, eyes sunken, hollow cheeks, careworn expression, poor memory, lifeless, distrustful, tack energy  and strength, tired mornings, restless nights, changeable moods, prematura decay, bone pains, hair loose, etc.  ThbfathecewliKsBoar New Method Troabaeat Is  GUARANTEED TO CURE     .  We have treated Diseases of Men for almost a Ufa-  time and do not have to experiment. Consult us  FREE OF CHARGE -  and wa will tell you whether you are curabla or not.  We swaraaaea cmreal* cases at  NERVOUS DEBOnT. VARICOSE VEINS, BLOOD  AND  SKIN  DISEASES,  GLEET.  BLADDER  URINARY AND KIDNEY COMPLAINTS  Fr���� Baeklet *a Diseases mt Mem.  KwuMa to sail  ���-,:��; ,'���:   ,u  "-';:i<;.writailar!!,  QUESTION LIST FOR HOME TREATMENT  "(^.'Michigan Ave. and Griswold St.,   Detroit, Mich  All letters from Canada must be addressed  to our Canadian Correspondence Depart-  wm ~mr������/ ������hmhmh-.. tneut in ^Windsor, Ont. If you desire to  see us personally call at our Medical Institute in Detroit as we see and treat  bo patients in our Windsor offices which are for Correspondence and  Laboratory for Canadian business only.   Address all letters as follows:  IPRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY. Windsor. Ob*.  jyrite for oar private address. ��� "���',     ���'���  : ��� .. ^  ���"&;  Hotel Brooklyn  The Only First-CIass and Up-To-Date  Hotel in Phoenix. New from cellar  to roof. Best Sample Rooms in the  Boundary, Opposite Great Northern  Depot. Modern Bathrooms.  STEAM HEATED.  James Marshall, Prop.  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix, B.C.  ; Inmuranc* A^ent  UUlicll^   CdlfUi    I.W   i.ciivc     ��-Vw   twoivv,   i^3-i r . ��� ���'  .sonsoftwoandahalFhpurs alesson, |p1DEL1TY   BONDS,   PLATE   GLASS,  the school extending^over one ^eek. R ,poR  TAK1NG  In    a ,-Umited    number   ot    districts!'-' .���.���,��� ...  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX,  B.C.  a double packing school can be ar  ranged for; in'which the minimum  guarantee will be' twenty-pupils,  but not more than thirty, for the  same number of" lessons. The  guaranteeing organization will also  arrange for and   bear   the expenses  | ing the night.  You Can'Save SVIoney  If you would kindly step into this store and see the  Large and Varied Assortment; of Smokers' Supplies  before purchasing- elsewhere.  Tobacco, Pipes and Smokers' Supplies  Stationery, Books, Toys, Brushes, etc.  See our new line of Post; Cards.  KNOB HDLL AVENUE  Nothing is more exhaust-J  ing than a persistent cough.  Old folks and very young folks  alike, find a bad cough most  distressing. No need to go on  suffering 1  Peps will end the worst  ccugb or   cold.    Peps contain  I the    balsamic    essences    and  fumes   of the Pine tree,  with  ��� other medicinal ingredients, so  | prepared, that as soon as a Pep  is put into the mouth itdissolves  and   these    medicinal   fumes  , are liberated.    They are then  �� breathed down the  throat,  and  direct to the lungs.  Ordinary cough mixtures go to tho  stomach. Peps go to tho lungs���there's  tiioftieat funilnrnontaldiftercncebetween,  tho old-fashioned forms of treatment,  and tho Peps treatment.  Mo3t cough mixtures contain opium  and o'.her prisons. Pops don't. Better  for children 1  The most stubborn cases of asthma,  bronchitis, catarrh, tightness acrosi  tho chest, cold, or winter cough, will  yield to Pops troatmont.  All druggists and stores sell  Peps at 50c. box or you may obtain  post free by sending price to Peps  Co.,   bupont St.,    Toronto.    If  you have not tested this unique  remedy,   send    lo.  stamp  to  above address (to pay return  postage) and yo      '"  receive a   freo  packet of Popi  tian   population  of Turkey   and  the jot .the   hall,   its heating   and   light  Balkan States were outraged by the j ln&-  Turkish government for  centuries." ;   , The ^ *��*:.fi��feen_gupiJs must be  ���,.     .-���   ; ������. .t ���..-,.. ���! at   least  thirty   by   fifteen   feet,   and  This  latter  point we   regard   as ex-   wel, lighted.       It must aJso be suffi.  tremely interesting, as along- with a jciently heated to prevent chilling- of  grreat many others we imagined j the fing-ers of the packers, ;and t o  there was little or no up-to-date ; ?void the. freezing ofthe fruit dur  intelligence among the rank and  file of the Ottoman army. If there  is, or ever was, they have put it to  a strange use when they almost  exterminated the Armenian Christians of Anatolia and Sassun.  In our article we also drew attention   to   the   strange   affection    the  Kaiser  has  displayed   for that   unspeakable reprobate, the dethroned  sultan, an   affection   so   strong that  ���Wilhelm    even   prayed   to   the  Al-  mighty    to     bless     the   wholesale  murderer.      Mr.    Neugebauer   has  taken a note of this, and, being unable   to   deny   its   truth,   airily   explains that it's only  one  of Willie's  little   artful  dodges.       He    doesn't  mean   it   at   all.     It's  only another  instance    of diplomatic    hypocrisy,  a   cunning   political   subterfuge    to  enable that divinely-appointed  monarch lo   increase his trada  interests  in Palestine, etc., and more wonderful   still,    provide    the   pilgrims   of  all nations  with  the   necessary protection   while   visiting  those  places  rendered sacred by their association  with the   life on   earth   of the Great  Master.     Now, while   we  freely admit the possible truth ofthe former,  we emphatically reject the latter as  a reason   for   the  Kaiser's   affection  for his   beloved Abdul, and   in passing    we    might   mention    that    the  Emperor might easily  rid himself of  any   anxiety as  to the   safety of the  French  or  British   pilgrims.     Their  interests will   be admirably watched  over   by    their   respective    governments, without the necessity  of any '  assistance from "William the Spectacular."  We fail to discern the purpose j  of Mr. Neugebauer's letter, which I  we  publish elsewhere.      It  contra-  AFFIDAVITS  dk  dl. Mcelroy  SOLE AGENTS FOR PRINCETON COAL  Dealer in Lumber, Shingles, Lath  and Cedar Poles.     Stall Laggan.  First-Glass Fir & Tamarac Wood.  MOVING MACHINERY OUR SPECIALTY  m  M  If Tired of Wood, try Princeton Goal  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  PHOENIX, B.C.       PHONE 2  ,J  f-a  TIE   PINS to match signet; and other styles  $1,OOand up.  SEE OUR WINDOW.  spina  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 r  . ������':-W''':'-C1^  -^wf*^.^^  ' ^  v -  THE   PIONEER,   PHOENIX,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  OF THE  Bigf urniture Sale  This'stock has been sacrificed too, and beyond the limit,  and whatever is left over TO-NIGHT will be moved to  N. J. Carson & Co's Store  Edwards Old Stand  Local and General  But please don't ask us to sell you at these same prices,  for once we have to move it, we will have to add more  expense, so if you want anything in the Furniture line  j  COME TO-DAY ���  STOCK BOUGHT BY  * 1.  Gat-son & Co.  F. HAYHURST, SALES MANAGER.  ��.JI i *> * *.J fi'..  Church Services ��  The Services on Sunday in St. John's!  _   Church are: Holy Communion at 7.30  If a.m.,  Morning- Prayer at 10.30,   Holy  &\\ Communion at 11 a.m., Sunday School  II &t 2.30p.m.,    Evening Prayer at 7.30.  Il .Rev. L. B. Lee, Hector.  ll The stated services in the Catholic  Il church are as follows: First and third  I Sundays in the month. Mass at '10  I a.m., Sunday School at 2.30 pm.';  (Evening-Service at 7.30 p.m. Rev.  Father Choinel, pastor.  Methodist Church���Sunday school  and Bible class, 2.30 p.m.; evening service, 7.30 p.m. Prayer meeting, Thurs-  I day evening, at 7.45 p.m.    Rev. J. J.  I Nixon.   *  ' ��� .  St. Andrew's Presbyterian church���  Service will be held in the above  church on Sunday, Nov. 24th, at 7.30  p.m. A cordial welcome. Rev. J. R.  Munro, pastor.  DEATH HOVERS ABOUT  A NEGLECTED COLD  Extra Municipal Wholesale  Liquor Licence.  NOTICE.  NO TALK  Is needed to anyone*that  has tested" the quality of  PHCENIX BEER  If our Beer was not first-  class in every way, there  would  be no use advertising- it to the public.  SOLD ALL OVER THE  BOUNDARY COUNTRY  'PHONR  23  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  LIMITED  The district around Lardo, one of  the most promising- goat hunting  districts in the province,,, is, being  ruined by the depredalions'of'mountain lions.  NO'LTCE IS HEREBY GIVEN, thai,  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 2��th day of Oct. 1012.  ALBERT BINER,  Phoenix' Brewing Co., Ltd.  WORLD  5.  r   _ %  Statistics tellof the awful ravages \  of colds in   the Fall   Season.'  Trifling at the outset, serious in a '  few days, fatal in the end.  Carelessness   in   dealing   with  colds1 is a criminal dallying with  death.      Fight  the  cold   at   its  inception and it is vanquished.  - Tar is a great healing agent, one  of the oldest, surest, safest known.  Cod Liver Oil has world ivide use  for all weakening  and   wasting  diseases.  -Mathieu's Syrup of Tar and  Cod lyiver Oil is the most scientific  combination of these two remedies  and is the greatest cold preventing  and cold curing remedy ever  known. Its benefits are instantaneous, fts results are marvellous.  Large bottle costs only 35 cents.  Sold everywhere.  When hradache &ud fever nre present with  a cold take Mnthieu'* Nervine Powder* to  reduce Ihe fever And allay tlie ]>.ui>. Moth  preparations are *v 1 i bv rlcaler-* cvei>whrrr  I. L. Math(eiiVo..Prop-> .Sherbiooke, y��e It)  DiSTKrBUTORS FOR WESTKRN- CANADA  Foley Bros, Larson & Co.,  (INCORPORATED)  Winnipeg-, Edmonton,Vancouver  Saskatoon.  the interment was. held iu the Prt'hby-  terian church, which was erowded  with mourners, among whom were  the member-, of the Greenwood I<odge  of the Knights of Pythias. The Rev.  J. R. Munro officiated.  D. A. McDouald met with an unfortunate accident on Wednesday last,  when he cut his fool, with an ad/e  while at work on the ska-tin?; rink.  B. C. Copper Treatment  The B. C. Columbia company's  smelter treated 15,025 tons of oie  this week, as follows: Mother Lode,  7,632; Rawhide, 6,699; Napoleon,  479; Queen Victoria, 59; others,156.  RANCH FOR SALE  Ranch for Sale���820 acres at $35 per  acre. Included in the sale aie the  following effects: 1 mower, I rake,  ploughs, drag harrows, 1 team, harness and wagon, 1 set sleighs, household goods, 1 barn and a five-loomed  house. Four springs on property; running water the year round; between  forty and fifty acres? cultivated, mostly in hay; fifty acres easily cleared and  eighty acres fenced. Terms, half cash,  balance on-reasonable terms; discount  foi cash.     '  Claude McAstocker left on Wednesday for Vancouver.  Donald Mackenzie was a, passenger  on Tuesday's outgoing Great Northern  train.  J. O. Johnson, of Fisherman, came  np the mountain for a short visit on  Monday.  Born���At Phoenix, on Monday,  November 18, to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. J.  Johnson, a daughter.  Born���At Phoenix, on Friday, November 16th, to Mr. aud Mrs. Isaac Hill,  a daughter.  Mrs. Jas. Carter left on Friday, for  a few days visit to her sister, Miss  Jessie Mackenzie of Nelson.  Rev. Father Choinel spent a few  days in Penticton and district this  week.  W. Ainslie, train master, and E.  Hall, road master, of the local C.P.R.  system, were in the burg for a short  visit during the week.  Jos. Strutzel, accountant for the  Granby mine, and John Swanson, foreman, wore visiting in the Forks on  Thursday.  The locomotivb of Friday's Great  Northern passenger left- the track on  the lower town trestle and delayed departure for about three-quarters of an  hour.  Wcs. Connell, foreman of the rink  construction gang, had the ill-luck to  fall from a sill this week, but fortunately escaped with nothing more  serious than a few bruises.  George Rogers and W. Jenks are  out on a week's niowitch hunt. They  have established their camp in the  neighborhood of Canyon City, one  of the favorite hunting localities of  southern British Columbia.; v   ; V  Ed. Finlay, who has been visiting  his sister, Mrs. Harold McCoskrie, for  some (days, bade a reluctant farewell  to the snow-clad coasting slopes of  Phoenix, on Monday, and returned'to  his home in Kennewick, Washington.  Mrs. Cuafek, of Olympia, who has  been the guest foi-some months of her  sister, Mrs. Dan Biner. of Greenwood,  left on Monday for her home. Mrs.  Dan. Biner and Miss Mary Biner  travelled with her as far as Spokane.  Walter Kenuedy, proprietor of the  Club Cigar store of Greenwood, spent  a couple of days in the camp this week  drumming up Christinas orders for  Messrs. Cowan and Co., of Toronto,  the famous Canadian chocolate manufacturers, for whom I.e. Kennedy., is  I the accredited agent iu these parts.  W. C. Channel's, of Grand Forks,'  kas taken over the complete control ol-  the local motion picture company. Mr  Chalmbers has been for years a promi  nent businessman in the Forks and  may be confidently expected to keep  the entertainments !up to their usual  high standard.  It seems rather premature for'Chris-  mas announcements, but as  there are  quite a few expected, and the time for  them   being naturally   crowded''into  a few days,  we have been requested  to announce that the Christmas tree  entertainment of St. John's church has  been fixed for Monday, December 23.  The sale of  tickets for the coming  band dance oh American Thankgiving  day has, up to the present, been very  large, and everything points to a record attendance. The band committee  are  busily engaged   on  the arrangements, while the proposed novel features will immeasurably add   to the  evening's enjoyment.  N. J. Carson, proprietor of the lower  town clothing store, has taken over  the remainder of the house-furnishing  stock of C. F. Edwards, Fred Hay-  hurst of the. Vancouver Sale and Advertising Co., who has so far successfully conducted the previous sale, has  been retained by Mr. Carson and will  be on hand for the final clearance.  Chas. Stalls, the popular culinary  aitist, anived in town last week and  took o\er the duties of chef in r.he  Biooklyn hotel on .Monday. Mr.  Stalls, as n ,nal, spent the summer on  his laiich, near. Chewclah, aud wa'<  showing his Phoenix friends some fine  specimens of produce raised mi his  location, that rather belies il.i n.iine of  ".Stump much." I  Dr. G. VV. Averiil. of'Grand Forks  arrived in town during the week find  <oiiimcuced a two weeks' pr.-ic! ice of  dcntistiyin .(Hits branchesathis rooms  in the Riooklyn Hotel. While the  doctor has not decided on any stated  date for his future visits, he wishes us  to announce that he. will answer any  call for a consultation when requested  to do so.    His address is Grand Forks.  The pernicious practice of coasting  on the sidewalks indulged in by the  childi en reipiires the immediate attention of the authorities. An accident  arising from the above cause was  brought to our attention a day or so  ago, when Mr. Richard, of the B. C.  office stall was thrown violently to the  ground and narrowly escaped serious  injuries.  The funeral of the late Austin J.  Logan, of Greenwood, who died at  Kamloops, on November 11th, took  place in the Greenwood cemetery on  Tuesday last.    The service preceding  Re German Military Methods  To the Editor of Phoenix Pioneer.  Phoenix, Nov. 18, 1912.  Sir:���I almost overlooked two articles  in your issue of Nov. 2, and only yesr  torday happened to notice them, one  article a critic against the German  army, the other a critic against the  German emperor. As the contents of  these articles look pretty much .like a  challenge against people of German  nationality if not to mention a sheer insult against tho German army and emperor, I take it upon myself to explain  matters in! this regard a little better  to you than your articles show you to  understand them, viz: The German emperor has for many years past been  striving to redeem the Holy land (Palestine) to the whole Christian world, to  render it easy of access to pilgrimages  to the city of Jerusalem and other  points where Christ has been known  to live, to teach and to suffer, etc. The  German emperor also has through pretended friendships for the sultan succeeded to colonize Palestine with many  thousands of German subjects, so that  nearly every other person in Palestine  is a German, besides Germany has  built and is controlling some thousand  miles of railroad in Palestine, Syria,  Asia Minor into Persia and established  large industrial and trade interests in  those countries and hence this pretended friendship of the German emperor  for the unspeakable Turk, which friendship is simply to insure the protection  of the Turkish ruler and government  for the German subjects and interests  in the Ottoman empire.    Perhaps  you  have seen in some newspaper cartoons  more than once which showed the  heads of various countries are shaking  hands and drinking each others' health,  while the left hand is busily engaged  holding a murderous weapon behind  their backs ready 'to 'plunge them into  the other fellow when he least expects  it. As for German officers in Turkish  service the same may be said, but it is  also a fact that the prejudice of the  Turkish officers is rendering the efforts  of the German officers ignored and  powerless, besides the Turkish quartermaster department at Constantinople  and other Turkish strongholds, whose  duty it was to provide clothing, food  and ammunition for the army and navy,  have been rampant with fraud, bribery  and inefficiency "of the worst kind as all  newspapers show, and no German officer  was over connected with this department, and if there had been, the war  news would have been vastly different  to what they are. As a mattor of fact  the Turkish soldiers lacked food to keep  body and soul together with, and ammunition to fight with. Moreover, no  intelligent Turkish soldier or officer can  see any cause for which he should fight  and give his life, when they can sec  that the Christian population of Turkey  und the Balkan States were outraged  by the Turkish government for centuries past, and who are bound to find  it their holiest duty to light to the bitter end and throw off the Turkish rule  and atrocities for ever.  M. H. Neugkbaukh.  Phoenix Pioneer ads. get results  NYAL'S BEEF  IRON AND WINE  This is a delicious tonic worth trying. We never ask anyone to  buy the second bottle���they always buy it without asking.  Delicious in taste, it contains ironto 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 S1.0O -for NyaJ's.  Phoenix Drug Company  SUCCESSORS TO JOHN LOVE  'Phone 16. T. S. Quance, Manager  Great Northern Railway  GLACIER NATIONAL PARK ROUTE  IWBB  n  Train leaves Phoenix daily, except Sunday at 9 a.m., connecting-at Grand forks with trains for Nelson, Rossland, Coal-  niont and intermediate points.  At Spokane, with three Eastbound and Westbound 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 chang-e, 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.  MATHIEUS  SYRUP  ���.���^mw''^^^\v':'.������' ^^LW^K.'. ':,'���������''.:.:-^m^V:  :mwmmosM��m  eiROfi  M  I60UDR0NI  I     moo* OK     I  lroi�� DE ttOfillEi  [Syntpof T��ri  UWStl  XL Kuosn.  Cures Couglts  Mathieu's Syrup of Tar & Cod Liver Oil  is a great Tonic and not only stops a cough  but enables the system to throw it off.  There should be a bottle of it in every home.  Large size bottle 35c.   Sold everywhere.  J. I,. MATHIEU CO., Prop.,       -       SHKHIUIOOKK  DISTRIBUTORS  FOR WESTERN CANADA  FOLEY BROTHERS, LARSON & CO., INC.  WINNIPEG, EDMONTON, VANCOUVER, SASKATOON.  1% 4  i fa L  P jit   II   M.  N (J  ml  w  f ff ��  'i./,rj  1* *>  *   \  v*  ����*  ���-'"<V  m  ?' -"ft?'.  St.-  I  i--:  *&a  iff'

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