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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Oct 11, 1913

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Array #^^r.-'y^  '  ���* U  frri'rt�����  I  *.  /  I:  k: _  |  I,  7  Sftagisi  The largest coppm- mines in  the Dominion are situated  afc Phoenix. Tho Granby  (Jo. employs 500 men, and  has a monthly pay roll of  over $50,000,Tvhile the Rawhide pay roll is $18,000.'  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining: District  The Phoenix Pioneer is  published in tho highest  municipality in Canada^- '  altitude, 4,800 ft. The city  has a population of 1,500,  and possesses first-class  hotels, opera house, schools  FIFTEENTH YEAR  PHOENIX, B.C., SATURDAY, OCT.  11, 1913  Another Faked Drowning  According- to the Rossland Mineri  "Frank Fincham. supposed to have  been drowned in the,Columbia river  ���jn the  early  part   of July,   is alive  and well in the north country.  When  1 seen a short time since, he  was in  Prince  Rupert,   and when accosted  by an  old "acquaintance,'  confessed  .his identity and.'his' reasons for disappearing. y~ This'information   has  /been received by the  Miner on such  reliable  authority as, to   be beyond  question.    The reasons given are of  . a confidential nature   a"nd were not  ,,communicated for publication.   Mrs.  Fincham   left a   few  days  since for  Pittsburg,   Pa.,-    where . her  sister  'Jives, and, at, the time of her departure, was   in ignorance   of  the (Vict  that her husband was still living.  <���_,    "It was early  in July that Finch-  'am,   accompanied   his   wife   to   the  boat  at  Castlegar,   on   her way to  jBanff.    He   then  boarded the train  ���and..returned #-to,  Kinnaird,- ostensibly to fish.     Failure to return at the  expiration   of his   holidays   excited  deep  concern,    and   search   parties  were   sent   out   by   the  provincial  government,    the   city   authorities,  the   West   Kootenay    Power   and  Light company and the Loyal Order  of  Moose,   of  which   Mr. Fincham  was secretary.    The Columbia river  was patrolled to   the  International  boundary line  and  rewards offered,  but all hope of recovering the body  was abandoned.    Mrs. Fincham was  "^Hockey Clubs Get Busy  A meeting of the sports committee of the ' Phoenix skating rink  was held Thursday , evening in  the store of E. A. Black, and the  following officers were elected for  ���the coming season:  Hon. Pres., F. C. Norcross; hon.  1st vice-pres., George Ellis; hon.  2nd vice-pres., J. E; Thompson;  hon. 3rd vice-pres,- John Mclaughlin. . President, N. J. Diechert;  treasurer, M. Sweetz'er; secretary,  E. A. Black; manager James  Walsh; rink manager, A. A.  White. Preparation will be made  at the rink at once to make ice as  soon as Lhc weather becomes sufficiently cold. Arrangements have  been made to have ventilators in  stalled in the building.  Number 13  notifiedj and returned to Rossland  from Banff, where she has since  been waiting in the hope of definite  news. The _supposition is that  Fincham worked his way out of the  country in some disguise and finally  reached the coast. As secretary of  'the Moose lodge; his books were in  perfect order, and kept with a model  of systematic method." Fincham  was for some months a resident of  Phoenix, and formerly one of the  electrician staff of the local substation.  The Rossland Hockey club has-  been reorganized for the coming  ! season.' The new officers are: L.  A. Campbell, M. P. P., honorary  president; J. S. Deschamp's, hon.  vice-president; G. A. Lafferty, president; A. W. Smith, vice-president;  W. F. Costello, manager; Allan  Newett, secretary. Executive.committee: S. Potter, John Donohue  and G. Griffith; A. W.- Sprague,  treasurer. According to the Rossland Miner, it is the intention this  year to try and get the best team in  the Kootenays. ��   -  The Hedley hockey and skating  club has just been reorganized, and  work has already been started on  enlarging and improving the rink,  which is to be 60 x 150 feet. '  At Nelson William Richardson,  has everything at the rink in shape  to take, advantage of the earliest  cold spell to make ice. ..  Nurses Appreciate Gift  The nurses of the Phoenix hospital wish through the Pioneer to  thank most heartily all those who  contributed towards the purchase of  the furniture for their   rooms   in the  Greenwood's Fall Fair  Greenwood's third annual fall  fair was ushered in last Tuesday  under most favorable conditions.  Excellent weather prevailed both  days. The exhibits of fruits, vegetables, minerals, ladies' needle  work, home cookery,-poultry, dogs,  horses, cattle and swine were 'exceptionally creditable.  When ' the fair was officially  opened Tuesday afternoon addresses  were,made by Mayor F. W. Mc-  Laine of Greenwood, Judge Brown  of Grand Forks, Mayor D. J. Matheson of Phoenix, C. C. Tilley, manager of the Greenwood fair, Fred  Clark of Grand Forks and J. R.  Jackhon, M. P.- P. for the Greenwood riding. The Greenwood  school children marched to the exhibition building and assembled in  front of the speakers' platform during the opening exercises.  The mineral display in charge of  Ola Lofstad was very artistically  arranged and represented some 30  different properties. The B.- C.  Copper company had a good-exhibit showing the various stages in  the process of smelting. P. Burns  & Co. had. an attractive exhibit  showing the various products of  this well known firm. The Coldstream Nurseries of Vernon was  represented with an exhibit of trees  and fruit.  The automobile  test   and   condition race proved a novel and   interesting feature for the opening  day.  There-were three cars, in  .the   race  from   Grand    Forks, 28   miles   distance    from    Greenwood.   *- Frank  Laramie,   demonstrating   an   Overland car, covered ,the distance,in 57  minutes.    Ed Stanaway, driving Pa  Studebaker car, came second'in^-58'  minutes. "    Fred    Russell    with    a  Studebaker car made a good  start,  but his car broke down on the way,  and he did  not   complete   the journey.    The silver trophy was award-  B. C. Mining    |  A big lead of ore is reported to  have been struck in the Wonderful  mine in the Slocan.  The Hazelton mining district  made a clean sweep of all entries  of minerals except .gold at the  Prince Rupert fair just held.  Churn drill operations by the Consolidated Copper Mines company of  Butte on the area between the Morris shaft and Recipetown have disclosed the presence of an ore deposit of surprising magnitude.  The owners of the Araucumo  mine near Hope Station have written the Department of Public  Works asking for an appropriation  for a road about 3600 feet long to  connect the property with the Cariboo road.  Henry Evre returned this week  to Grand Forks from the Glouster  'camp, where he has been keeping  'an eye on/orest fires. He brought  down a sample of ore from the Union mine. He says there are 24  feet of this ore now in sight, and  the wall has not yet been encountered.  The geological survey of East  Sooke has disclosed rich copper deposits which may prove financially  worth developing, according to Mr.  A. McLeod, of the Dominion Geological Survey, who was in Victoria  recently. A superficial examination has disclosed an abundance of  chalcopyrite, the yellow sulphide of  copper and iron, which is-one of  the most important copper ores.  '.'The world is just beginning, to  learn the mineral wealth of .British  Columbia,";is,the opinion, .oL.Harry  Cross well, a surveyor, prospector  and newspaper writer of Toronto.  "I believe there are millions upon  millions of dollars in gold, copper,  lead, iron and zioc   locked   in   Can-  Phoenix Public School  For the month of September there  were   146  pupils   in   attendance at  the Phoenix  public school; average  daily attendance,    131.      Div.,   IIJ.-  captured    the    attendance/pianner;*  with an average of 90^p,eYrcent.  -  At the   monthiy/?examination  for  Div.   I.-,   the   fol&wing  ptlriiis  bb-  rained the high aAWjage.   Senior IV,  grade, 1st, Marjori&&1tirtS��g9; 2mJ,  Cora   Pearson,    S^^tiniofefe-c  grade,  1st, Mamie   Silverthorn, 72;  2nd, J. Vezzetti, 71.     Pupils having  perfect attendance for  month  were:  Div.   I.,   average, 89.3   per���cent���  Kathleen Draisey, Marjorie   Elkins,  K. McKilla, Mary McKinnon, Elizabeth   Mussatto,   J.    Mussatro,    J.  Owen, Ruth Swanson,  J.   Vezzetti,  W. Wheatley, Dora Wilkinson.    ''  Div. H.   average,   89.2   per cent.  Perfect attendance: Enis Abramson,  Helen   Elkins,     Marion     Hannam,  Essie Johnstone, Myrtle Johnstone,  Effie Larson, Mary Miller, Bob McKinnon. F. Nicholson, Ingrid Peterson, Hettie O'Brien,   J.   Rowlands,  O. Rowlands, H. Stafford. M. Vezzetti, O. Vick,  F. Walters, E. Wilson, R. Wilson.  Div.   III.���Attendance, 90.3   per  cent:  H. Deane,   D.   Draisey, Van-  dla Gustafson, Lizzie  Hanson,   Anna Johnson,   Martha Jackson,   Muriel   Miller,    M.    Michela,   Angelina  Mussato.   H.   McDonald,   M.   Sad-  lish, Henrietta Thompson, C. Vick,  Lizzie   Williams,   Hannah   Wilson,  Div. IV.���Average 90  per   cent:  C. Andrene, H. Bakke,   H.   Boyce,  Lizzie Hagburg,   G.    Hillier,' Annie  Humphries,-,Helen   Jackson,   Milliel  Johnson; -J'.'   Pecuit,    C.   Stafford!  Margurite'.Turner, N. Vick,   Catherine Vezzetti, A. Wilkinson.  Copper Market  Copper metal prices   are  holding  firmly on the basis of 16^  at   \6j4  cents for electrolytic and  16f^ cents  forecasting.  >| ���Now^'tb.at consumers generally  have supplied their requirements for  the( remainder of the year, dealers  look' for lower prices before the next  i-*****'  -tJ        r /  buying^nvoivement begins.  ^Oabje^-idvices show a reduction of  .nearly 15,000,000 pounds in the foreign visible supply of copper in September, a reduction of more than  40,000,000 pounds in the past .six  months.  Exports of copper from the United  States in September 34,314 tons, an  average of 1144 tons a day against  an average of 1120 tons a day in  August, and an average bf 938 tons  a'day in July.  McRae Bros, in Luck  McRae Bros., who are well  known in Phoenix, having conducted a stationery store here some  years ago, have bonded their mineral claims on Kennedy mountain  and Voigt camp to Utah and Pennsylvania people. The consideration  is reported at $250,000, with $1,000  down. The McRaes have been  amongst the earliest to' locate in  that district and after years of patient waiting they are about to  make a deal which means a great  deal toward the development of  their properties. There are some  18 claims included in the transaction. McRae Bros, have been in  business at Prince Rupert for some  time. Z ' ���  In the world's series baseball game  Friday, Philadelphia won, scrore 6-5 j thoroughly  ed to Laramie..*' There were no /ada's farthest west province. When  hospital. This generous gift from | competitors from either Oroviile or I the railways and other means of  the people of Phoenix is appreciated J Penticton. (transportation    replace   the    rough  The   large   dancing   pavillion   in | trails over the mountains and tumb  "     Ore Tonnages  Following are the .returns  of the  output of  the   Granby   mines    and  smelter for week ending Oct. 5:  Was Famous Ball' Game  Outhitting   and*   outfieldihg    the  New York   Giants   in   the   openiug  game .of   the "world's   series;' the  Philadelphia Athletics   defeated   the  National league   representatives   at  the   game   played    at   New    York  Wednesday by a score of   six   runs  to four.     The    opening   game   was  925>4621 witnessed by almost 40,000 people.  Granby. " 21,928  smelter tonnages / jn tj,e second game the   New   York  Granby 23,360    927,6471 Giants won by a score of 3 to 0.  The  Big Store  the exhibition building was liberally patronized on both evenings of  the fair.  The city was Well filled   with peo-  Iing rivers,   untold   wealth   will   be  taken from the earth."  S. L. Williams is back   to   Rossland,    says   the   Miner,    from   the  GROCERY DEPT.  Fancy Wealthy Apples  $1.75 box  Fancy Pears   -   $2.50 box  Curlew Butter   *   45c. lb.  for  B. C. CREAM  10 Cans for ONE DOLLAR  This cream is claimed to be the equal of anything on the market.  We would advise ordering quite a stock of  CURLEW BUTTER, as we will likely have  to advance it 5c. per pound any time.  and there was not  a-vacant   room  left in any of the .hotels.  The properties of the B. C. Cop-  der company were closed down  Wednesday to allow the employees  the opportunity of attending the  fair.  A large crowd went down from  Phoenix on both days, and on each  evening to attend the dance. Automobiles, and other vehicles were  kept busy during the two days.  The people of Phoenix carried off  several prizes. D. L. McElroy's  horses were amongst the best on  exhibition, and he won $42 in  prizes. He won first prize for the  best draft team, first prize for the  best Percheron mare, and first prize  for the best draft colt. The Granby company won first prize for the  best driving team, and third prize  in the single driver class. D. McDonald won second money for his  driving learn. Fred Fredericks wop  first prize for chickens, and third  prizes for his geese and ducks.  Mrs. James Marshall, of the  Hotel Brooklyn, won first prize  for a tea cosy, which is some 150  years old, but shows work that cannot be beaten even at the present  day. She also won second prize  for a sofa cushion. Mrs Ab. miliar won second prize for a sofa  cushion.  Music for the dancing each evening was  furnished   by   Mrs.   Chas.  Knight and Chas. McKay of  Phoenix,    and    they    were    assisted    by i  Grand Forks talent. i  pie from the   surrounding   country, | Lardo, where he has   been   looking  after his mining interests. Every  summer for the past seven or eight  years Mr. Williams has put in the.  three summer months doing development work on the Great Britain  group," at the head of Little Meadow creek, about eight miles west  of the head of Kootenay Lake.  "The general conditions of that section," said Mr. Williams, "are  good. There are'-large.- bodies of  ore along the Duncan river, and  prospects are excellent-for extensive  development work in the near future."   _���-   Road Work Suspended  E.   Spraggett,    government   road  superintendent for the Grand Forks  district,  came up   to    Phoenix   this  week and laid off   the    road   gangs  who were    working   between   Hale  and this place.     The road  gangs'in  this district are the last   to  be   laid  off, work in the other districts   having been suspended some  time ago.  Owing to the weather conditions at  this time of   the   year,    road   work  cannot be carried on as   satisfactorily as during the   summer   months,  and Mr. Spraggett thought best  to  suspend     operations      until      next  spring.    He has had a very successful season, and   has   built   a   great  many miles of new   roads   and   put  those already built in   good   repair.  During the past season   over   $60,-  000 have been spent   in   the   Grand  Forks district on  road work.  TINCTIVE  STYLES  are the feature of  1 As they are also the  demand of good dressers, we can supply your  Summer needs.  We are showing all  the new lapel and front  effects in the Latest  Shades    and     Fabrics.  BROWNS,  GREYS,  FAWNS,  MIXTURES,  TWO-TONES  in all the neat, quiet  weaves so popular, at  present.  We offer no selection  ���only one grade of tailoring, that's the best.  ( F<4  IStii^-'-tV  The mines of Colorado during  the present month will pay mo e  than a quarter of a million in dividends.  ! Debts Wiped Out  i  !     The Grand   Forks' fair   this  was   a   financial   success, and  the indebtedness of List   year  \ was wiped out.     The dir  jubilant over the result.  .:U>r.  ^m^^^^^^^^w��^^m^m^ -i.  ii.'  ME   PIONEEE,   PHOENIX,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ,?!"  *>\i  3'"'.  r1. �����  n < * * *���   ^ .,.  -���*�������� u"��' *"-   1 '  *-/-*-r pi*   ** ..*  V  U&"  lA'*  *  .. ��>��� K-' '  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, McJIale Block.  Palmer J. Cook,  Jas. B. Cahter, W.M.  j. Secy. , !.  Concentrates  I. O. O. F.  Snows hoc Lodgre  No. 46  Mft'ts every Monday Evening at  Miners' Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  E. E. Bar-nct>, Noble Grand.  *  Wm. Oxley, Fin. Socy.  Sam McLeod, Rec. Secy.  There is talk of an oldtimers reunion being held in Nelson some  time next year.  In Dawson good work dogs are  selling at from $40 to $100. They  are iu great demand to draw supplies to the new placer camp at  Chisina.     " t '-  R. A., firown,. ol Volcanic, is  credited with killing one of the largest black bears ever .bagged in the  Boundary. Its' weight is said to  have been about 6001bs.  Daughters of Rebekah.  Phoenix Lodge No. 17  McotK in   tho   Minora'   Union   LoUpo  Hull Flint and Third Wodnondayu.  Mr*. Amy Cook, Noblo Grand.  ,     ,    Mr��. Efllo Mawhftll, Socrouvry.  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES  Phoenix Aerie No. 158  Meets in Union Hull, Friday Evenings.  Visiting brothets are always welcome.  Quitman Work, W. P.  Jambs Weir, W. Secy.   ,  O  K. of P. Lodge,  No. 28  Phoenix,  B.C.  ^ Meets Tdbsday Evening at 7.S0.  Sojourning   brothers   cordially   wel  coined.  %< '       J. E. Carter, 0. C.  1     , Chas. McjKay, K. of R. S.  PYTHIAN SISTERS  'Mountain Temple Lodge No. 17  Moots in Pythian Hall, Lower Town  Second and Fourth Thursdays.  Elizabeth Popo  M.E.O.  Mrs. MaryMcKcnzle  M.R.C.     "   .,  SYNOPSIS OF COAL      -     *-  'f  }, MINING REGULATIONS  ', Coal mining'rights of the Dominion,  \* in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and'Alberta, the Yukon Territory,"the North-  ' , west Territories and in a portion of the  J1 Province of British Columbia, may-lbe  leased for a term of twenty-one years  . at an ,annual rental of $1 an acre.  Not  > more than 2,560 acres will be leased to  one applicant,  Great sympathy has been aroused  in Great, Britain* over\the news that  the latest .child born to the King  and -Queen of Spain ��� is, like their  second son, both deaf and dumb  It Has now leaked out; in spite of  repeated denials? that the United  States sub-treasury at San Francisco, was looted during; the confusion following- the" earthquake and  fire of ,1906.  The school board of South Vancouver is at logger-heads as to  whether they should pay the teachers of the school staff who have  been absent tis members of the  militia doing strike duty on Vancouver island.  Seventy-five per cent of the passengers ��� of the Tunisian, which arrived in Montreal on Thursday,  consisted of married women coming  out to join their husbands, and  young women intending to be married immediately on arrival.  The Ulster branch of the Wo-  mans' Social and Political Union |  have notified Sir Edward Carson  that in view of his threat to take  over the government of Ulster.if  Home Rule is granted to Ireland,  they must be given the right to  vote.  In Vancouver there are many  printers out of employment, and a  five day a week working system .is  in vogue. This means that a printer holding a steady job must lay  off at least one day each week and  allow a man out of .employment to  work the shift.        ' > "��  The Doukhobors' Lands in Saslc  A recent despatch from Ottawa  states that a settlement of the lands  question of the Saskatchewan  Doukhobors has about been arrived at.  J. Dows,   the party appointed.to  investigate the matter, has   been in  Ottawa  for some  time   consulting  with the  Minister, of the   Interior.  He is now  in the  west again'valuing  the   lands   abandoned' by  the  Doukhobors,   and  also the land of  those   still    in   the   possession   of  Doukhobors who refuse to become  citizens  of Canada.      It   is understood that it is the intention of the  government to permit these Doukhobors who will become citizens to  have the first chance to file' on these  lands.    Even the independent members of the sect, who have not taken  homesteads,   will   be   allowed   the  privilege of selection; - The remainder of'the land will either be thrown  open to the general public ��� for- settlement,   or .will be sold by public  auction   with  home.steadiog   conditions attached.        ���  The majority of the Doukhobors  have gone to British Columbia, and  there are' indications .that others  will follow next year.        r. -, , ,"', -  As soon as Mr. Dow's" report is  received on the extent and value of  the lands, action will be taken at  once to carry out the policy outlined.  PUBLIC NOTICE  In the death at Melbourne, Ont.,  of Ernest Campbell, a"young  divin  Application for a lease must be made  ity.'student, Dr. Friedmann lost.the  by the applicant in pei&on 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 unsur-  ' veyed territory the tract applied for  shall be stake.,1 out by the applicant  himself. . ���  Each application uiust 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 merchantable  output of the mine at the rate of five  cents per tonv <  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  , accounting for the full quantity of  ' merchantable coal mined and pay the  soyalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such returns should be furnished at least once  a year.  Thelease will include the coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available  surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at the rate of $10.00 an aero.  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa,  or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���Unauthorizod  publication  of  thte advertisement will not be paid for.  Divorce Court in Canada  Fifteen applications for divorce  have now been made to Parliament  at Ottawa, and the outlook is that  last year's record of forty-two divorce cases considered by the Senate  wilt be passed this coming season.  Fifteen,is an unusually large number  of applicants for so early in the year  as most applications are not made  until near the opening of the session.  The rapid growth in recent years  of the divorce applications has caused  a strong feeling in favor of ihe esT  tablishment of a divorce court.  The  - r ���*  Senate Divorce ^Committee has  scarcely time to consider carehilly  so many applications, ' while ' it is  argued that it is hardly of the judicial character necessary for 'such  work. 'Several members spoke in"  the house last session " in favor of  the appointment of a divorce court  and it would not be surprising if a  bill were introduced  in   the   House  first  of his   patients  to  receive his  th;s coming session,  serum treatment.   He took a second |  The Lord Maypr of London has  acknowledged through the High  Commissioner ot Canada, the receipt of a cheque for $15,000 from  subscribers in Canada towards the  Scott Memorial fund.  THIS  , is a  DYE  that  vo  can use  IkThe Guaranteed "ONE DYE for  :     All Kinds of Clotb.  Ciena, Simple, No Chinee of Mistaken. TRY  j   IT I Bend for Free Col or Cnnl and llooklct.  iTbo Jobnaon-IUciiardaoa Co. LlmiUil, Montreal  injection, but although the disease  was only in its first stages, it made  rapid progress. Campbell was a  student at Knox college, Toronto.  -  _   t  . A series of most remarkable improvements in cases of cancer  treated by radium in the Middlesex  hospital, London, in the last six  months, are reported. - A member  of the hospital stattVhowever.rsays  it is not maintained that these cases  have been- cured by -radium, but  that growths proved^microscopically  to be cancerous have disappeared in  _an-astounding way under-the radium  rays/- ,:''--sJ~  .. During a speech delivered last  week at Quebec. Sir Wilfrid femind-  ed his audience'-, that, the present  government were the only ones re-  sponsible for the present unsatisfactory state of the country..*; A'day.or  so iaterj a prominent Libera^ leader  at the other end of * the country referred to the splendid conditions  prevailing throughout, the'?., west.  Which of the two is prevaricating?  Owing to the sudden death of A.  B. Hudson, a member of the auditor  general's department at Ottawa,  it has been found impossible for the  authorities to open^the big safe containing gold, bonds and other valuable securities. Together with J.  Rourke, the controller of currency,  the two held in conjunction, the  combination of the strong room,  and neither could open it without  the assistance of the other.  Frank Shepherd, son of F. H.  Shepherd, -M.P., and another boy  named Jack Stannard, while hunting  in the vicinity of the lagoon at  Nanaimo, a few days ago, bagged  a fine panther. The boys, who are  only; seventeen years of age, were  out after birds, but when-the panther  came along, they opened fire and  killed it with their shot guns at  fairly close range. The-animal was  aii unusually fine specimen, and  measured 6ft. 4in.  A Weary Chase  On the other day the news arrived at the outside world of the murder, by Esquimos, of the American  expiorer,   Radford,   and   his   com  panion,   and now the statement is  given out that somewhere up in the  north, a very  small detachment of  red-coated   mounted  police are already  out  on a  pleasant little trip  of Heaven  only  knows  how,many  miles, looking   for the  murderers.  The job -is expected  to  take them  about  eighteen  months  to accomplish, and knowing the character of  the men  of that fine force, as only  Canadians know  them, it is fairly  safe to  say  that  nothing short of  the arrival  of the Judgment  Day  will prevent the patrol from executing the orders entrusted to them.  In the matter of the Railway Act, and  in the matter of the Vancouver, Victoria and Eastern Railway and Navigation Company, and of the right-of-way  of the said Railway Company through'  Lot 1, Block 12, and Lot 6, Block 9, in  the town of Phoenix, in the sub-division  of District Lot numbered 980, Group  One(l) known as the "Cimeron" Mineral Claim, Osoyoos Division Yale  District. ]  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that  a conveyance dated the 31st day of July,  A.D., 191S, from Donald J.   Matheson,  of Phoenix, B.C., of the one part, to the  Vancouver, Victoria and Eastern Rail- (  way and Navigation Company of the  .other part, constitutes the title of the  said the Vancouver,-Victoria and Eastern Railway and Navigation Company  to  all  and  singular those  certain  parcels or tracts, of land and premises  situate, lying and being in the Town of  Phoenix; in the District of Yale and  Province of British Columbia, and being  more particularly known and described  as Lot One   (1)   in Block   numbered  Twelve (12) and Lot numbered six (6) in  Block numbered Nine  (9^, in the subdivision of District Lot numbered Nine  Hundred and Eighty (980), Group One  (1), known as the "Cimeron" Mineral  Claim on the official plan or' survey of  the Osoyoos Division of Yale District,  according to a'Map or Plan deposited in  the Land Registry Office at Kamloops,  and numbered -Fifty Nine (59); and i��  obtained '.under* the  authority of   the  Railway Act, Revised Statutes of Canada, Chapter 37; - .  AND NOTICE IS HEREBY, FURTHER GIVEN, that the above-named,  the Vancouver, Victoria"and Eastern  Railway and'Navigation Company have  paid into the County Court of Yale,  holden at Greenwood, the sum of $736.00  being the agreed consideration provided  for ~ in the-said conveyance together  with the sum of $18.38 for interest  theron for six months, and have delivered to the District Registrar of the  County Court of Yale, holden at Greenwood, an authentic copy of the said conveyance; -  ���   .  AND NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN, that all .persons claiming an interest in, or entitled to the  said lands 'or any part thereof, are  hereby called upon to file their claims to  the compensation aforesaid or any part  thereof with the District Registrar of  the County., Court ��� of Yale; holden at  Greenwood^ duly verified by statutory  declaration on or before the 14th day of  October, 1913, and that after such date  the respective claims so filed to the said  sum and interest will be adjudicated  .upon by the Court, and ,an order made  for its distribution, payment, or investment, and for the security of the rights  of all persons interested under the provisions of the Railway' Act.  Dated this 23rd day of September,  A.D., 1913.  .   A. H. MACNEILL,  Solicitor for the Vancouver,  Victoria  and Eastern Railway and Navigation Company.  WOOD  First-class Fir and Tam-  arac Wood, $5.50 per cord  Pine Wood,   $5.00 per.cord.  Fir and Tamarac, uouble cut,  per cord, $7.00.  WOOD DELIVERED  ON   SHORT  NOTICE. "Phone B32  Robt. Forshaw  Rules to be Observed  Parties wishing to enter this office  at this season should be governed  by the following rules: Advance to  the inner door and give three distinct raps or kick the door down.  The "devil" will attend to the alarm.  You will then give him your name,  postoffice address and the number of  years you are owing for the paper.  He will -admit you. You will advance to the centre of the room and  address the editor with the following  countersign���Extend the right hand  about two feet from the body, with  the thumb and index finger pointing  to a ten dollar bill which drops into  the extended hand of the editor at  the same time saying, "Were you  looking for me?" The editor will  grasp your hand and the bill and  pressing it will say, "You bet.'  After giving the news of your locality you will be permitted to retire  with a receipt for an obligation properly discharged.  ���. .����� _���_  H. -W.'C. Jackson, at   one time  edilor   of the   Rossland   Mint*r,  is  now  in    Hsizelton,    where   he   has  been engaged fro write up   the   min- ���  ing resources of the district. I  REC0 STEAM LAUNDRY  .The machinery in our Laundry has  recently been completely over-hauled,  and we are now in a position to give  our patrons the utmost satisfaction in  all kinds of laundry work at the most  liberal rates.  We wash Everything - but  the  Baby.  A Trial Solicited.  Phone SO.  Dominion Ave.  It makes home baking easy  and gives nicer* better, and  cleaner" food than the M ready-  made." There is no baking  powder or preparation like It  or equal to it for quickly and  perfectly making the delicate  hot biscuit, hot bread, muffin*  cake and pastry.  No Alum���No Lime Phosphates  "Alum in baking powder Is dangerous and should be prohibited.*9  .   -���Prof, Schweitzer, State Univ., Mo.  DO   YOU WANT TO  MAKE MORE MONEY  r \  IN placing your Newspaper Advertising,  place the greatest, value on the paper with the  greatest influence on its readers.  Use the mediunvthat is watched for every  week by the people of your-community. v  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.  Quality has not yet' become popular, but  the day is not far distant when this will be one  of the main features of Newspaper Advertising.  In the meantime business men, who have faith  in quality, are reaping huge returns.  Remember first, bast, 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.  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. j  You can make more money by selling  more goods; you can sell more goods by ad-  vertising in The Phoenix Pioneer, whose constituency is the Boundary district.  The way to test the truth of this statement  is to send us the copy for your ad. right away.  The experience would not.be an expensive one,  and satisfactory results are assured.  TOT  We use the most modern type arid machinery money can buy, combined with thorough  workmanship���a combination which enables us  to do the best work at a moderate cost.  The PHOENIX PIONEER  $2.00 per year, in Advance: $2.50 per year, United States  0  ...... insurance Agrent  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE GLASS,  COMMISSIONER FOR TAKING  AFFIDAVITS  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX, B'C, BBS  THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  on  and  all ��v��r  Feci worn out���blue and tired ? Don't lot your cold develop  into bronchitis, pneumonia or catarrh. The reliable alterative and tonic which has proven its value in tho past 40 years is  __ Ei. FIESCE'S  .fcoMten Medical "piscovery  Restores activity to the liver und to tho circulation���the blood is  purified, tho digestion ar d a/>p<>til*j improved and tho whole body  foelB tho invigo ating forc<> of this extract or native medicinal  plants. In con lequencs, tho heart, brain and nervca foe) the  refreshing influe ice. For over 40 years this reliable romedy has '  been sold in liquid form by all incdicino dealers. It can now also  be obtained in tablet form in $1.00 and 50c boxes.' If your druggist  doesn't keep it, send 60 one-cent stamps to R.V.Pierco, M.D. Buffalo.  The Common Sense Medical Adviser���a booh of  1008 pagos���answers all medical question*.  '���SeniSOe in one-cent stamps to Ii. V. Pierce, M. D.  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  issued weekly  at Phoenix, British Columbia  Subscription, 2.00 per year  2; 50 to United States:  G. "Kay, Publisher.  ware dealer.    Dust we  are and we  remain the quintessence of dust.    .  The  Queen's Hotel  COMPLETELY REFURNISHED  AND  REFITTED  -Wc betf to annoui.ee the reopening of the Queen's Hotel.    This  popular hotel has been completely refitted throughout;  everything new and up-to-date.    Large lofty rooms,  heated tviih hot water.   Perfect fire appliances.  Night and Day Service  Patrons of this hotel will  find  in  it all  the comforts of home.  Perfect satisfaction is assured ail our guests.     It is  the most centrally located hotel in town.  Bar Stocked with Best Wines, Liquors, Cigars  HARTMAN & WALSH, Props.  FIRST STREET AND KNOB HILL AVENUE N  Your Milk Supply  Should come from healthy and vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  manner Separated Cream insures purity and  quality- The Dairy produces both.  THE  DAIRY      J. W. Hannam, Prop.  Proper Clothes for Men  SPECIAL ORDER SAMPLES  Are now ready for Inspection.     Make vour  choice  while   the  assortment  is   complete  Thos Brown  "Everything- a Man  Wears"  Cleanliness our Watchword  The product of the local dairies,is good, but ours is the best.  Cleanliness is our watchword, and no germ can pass our sentries.  Our poultry department has increased its supply of eggs. Let us  accommodate you. PHONE F 32  The Phoenix Dairy  W. A. McKay 3c 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. .0 Johnson    -    -    -    Proprietor  ICE CREAM PARLOR  We have arranged for a continuous supply throughout  the  summer  of   the   FAMOUS    CURLEW  ICE CREAM.    Special rates to parties.    Cooling  soft drinks of varied flavor.  The Deiicacy of the Summer Season���  FAMOUS CURLEW ICE CREAM-TRY ONE  '     '        ADVERTISING SCALE    <  Application for IJquorLtconco (30 days) '.��5.00  CurUflcato of Improvomont notice (G0days)$7.60  Application to Purchase Ijand notices (flOdays)   ��� '. $7.60  OoUuquonl Co-owner notices (90 days) ... .$10.00  Small Water Notices- (30 days) '. $7,so  All other legal advertising*. 12 cents a lino,  single column, for tho first insertion; and 8  cents a lino for each subsequent insertion, nonpareil measurement.  Saturday', Oct. Ii; 1913  The Larger Hope  Sir Oliver Lodge's address to the  British Association was an eloquent  challenge to the  "slime, and .water"  theory���as    materialism    has   been  called���������and  everything- to which it  leads.      The distinguished principal  of  the    University   of  Birmingham  does not dogmatize as  a lesser, man  might do, but he held out the larger  hope that this weary planet of ours,  which has been the home of the historic Christ  and  the birthplace of a  Shakespeare, is part of a great plan.  This is how he put his cautious, yet  hopeful position:  "We may not know our destiny,  but we must have a destiny of some  sort. Those who make denials are  just as likely to be wrong as those  who make assertions."  The conclusion of this deeply impressive address was an avowal^by  Sir Oliver of his personal belief that  personality persists - beyond the  death of the body. That is a mystery; but so too, is the fact that  such an avowal brings hope and  courage to the heart of the average  man. In his book "Man and the  Universe," Sir Oliver puts his posi-  tion in these words:  "Birth is change. Death is  change, perhaps; a melancholy  change, perhaps. That all depends  upon circumstances and special  cases, and on the point of view  from which things are regarded;  but, anyhow, an inevitable change.  I want to make the distinct assertion   that   a   really   existing   thing  That "Appalling Deathrate"  An immense  amount of fuss has  been created, aud much rubbish has  been   written   of late,   dealing with  what is called the "appalling death-  rate" during the past five years that  has been   going  on ,in  aviation circles.    The   number stated to have  lost their lives in five years by aviation accidents is  said  to have been  somewhere about  130, and includes  accidents of that kind in every part  of the earth.    But if the people who  are  so   busy . decrying   this   latest  science   were confronted   with - the  figures enumerating the number of  fatalities that attendnd the introduction of the-steam engine  into England alone, the so-called "appalling  deathrate"    among   aviators  would  certainly not  be  considered   out of  proportion.  According   to   a   despatch   from  Ottawa, the policy of the immigration department for the next year is  for some restriction  and discrimination in the matter of people coming  in.^   Orders  have been issued to its  agents   to    confine   their   efforts   lo  the  encouragement    of   only   that  class of people  who intend to settle  on the land.      This course has been  adopted   because  of  the  enormous  influx of those of the general laboring class   who  are arriving in such  numbers and flooding the cities and  industrial centres of the Dominion.  The London Standard, in a long  editorial, recently hinted that British  capital, represented by Pearson and  Son, are likely to give Colombia a  chance to revenge herself against  Panama by. constructing an ocean  to ocean canal by way of the Atrato  and Cupica rivers.  "What," says the article, "is to  prevent Columbia, if it,has sufficient  support from- foreign capitalists  from making this canal itself, and  thereby setting up a formidable  rival to the enterprise which is now  so rapidly nearing'completion?"  Hotel Brooklyn  The Only First-Class and Up-To-Date  Hotel in Phoenix.     New from cellar,  to roof.     Best Sample Rooms in the  Boundary,   Opposite    Great   Northern  Depot.    ��� v   v      Modern Bathrooms.  STEAM HEATED.  James Marshall, Prop.  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix, B.C.  ir  Manufacturers of motion picture  films in the United States have submitted a protest  against   the action  of the provincial censor in forbidding  never perishes, but only changes its]the exhibition   in   British   Columbia  form. J ��f faked   American   war  scenes   in  What   Sir Oliver   Lodge  said in / which   the   American   flag   finds    a  the   prose   of  science   another   has j mo^t conspicuous place,  said in poetry: I     They have   even  taken the matter  to Washington and, acting under  orders of W. J. Bryan, the U.S.  secretary of state, the American  consul at Vancouver was ordered to  register a mild protest with Attorney-General Bowser over the matter. The consul's mission, we hear,  failed in its object and the censorship is as strict as ever.  d. L. Mcelroy  SOLE AGENTS FOR PRINCETON COAL  Dealer in Lumber, Shingles, Lath  and Cedar Poles. Stull Lag-g-an.  First-Class Fir & Taraarac Wood.  MOVING MACHINERY OU  SPECIALTY  For not by eastern windows only  When dnylighx comes; comes in the light-  In front tho sun climbs slow, how slowly;  But.westward, look, tho land is bright 1  And the man of science, regarding this as a strengthening vision,  declares that science \yill some day  tell us what is the inner meaning of  the Redemption of Man.  BO  KNOB HILL AVENUE  Our Ultimate Worth  In his real to magnify his office,  a German analyst has worked out  an elaborate estimate of the commercial worth of the human body,  when that wondrous organism is reduced to its constituent elements by  the chemist and placed on .the market. The figures as given by the  Medical Press and Circular, show-  that a 1501b. human being is worth  something like $7.82.  His fat is worth $2.60; of the iron  we hear so much about, there is just  about enough to make four or five  small-sized carpet tacks. There is  sufficient lime to whitewash a good-  sized chicken-house. The phosphorous would be sufficient to put  heads on 2,200 matches, and there  is enough magnesium to make a  nice little firework. The average  human body contains enough albumen for 100 eggs, and possibly  there is a chance of it containing  a teaspoonful of sugar and a pinch  of rather good salt.  At first sight, says the journal,  we seem to have found a useful out  let for our surplus population. To  turn the unemployable into whitewash and get the unemployed to  apply it to our chicken-houses,  sounds simple enough, but it is not.  For the elements are so mixed in  us that, when nature sets them up  and says, this is a man, it would  cost more than our $7.82 to,uturn  our substance to any baser uses.  It is just bad luck that when we  have done with our bodies we cannot  hand   them   over   to   the hard-  > King George has presented a portrait of himself and Queen Mary to  the people of Canada, to be hung in  the House of Commons at Ottawa.  If Tired of Wood, try Princeton Coal  A WONDERFUL BS3G0VERY  An eminent scientist, the other day,  Save bis opinion that the most wonderful discovery of recent years was  the discovery of Zam-Buk. Just  think! As soon as a single thin layer  of Zam-Buk is applied to a wound or  a ��ore, suoh injury is insured against  blood poison! Not one species of  microbe has been found that Zam-Buk  does not kill!  Then again. As soon as Zam-Buk  is applied to a sore, or a cut, or to  skin disease, it stops the smarting.  That is why children are sueli frieuds  Of Zam-Buk. They care nothing for  the science of the thing. . All they  know "is that Zam-Buk stops their  pain. Mothers should never forget  this.  Again. As soon as Zam-Buk is applied to a wound or to a diseased  part, the cells 'beneath the skin's surface are so stimulated that new  healthy tissue is quickly -formed. This  forming of fresh healthy tissue jrom  below is Zani-Buk's secret of healing.  The tissue thus formed is worked up  to the surface and literally casts off  the diseased tissue above it. This is  why Zam-Buk cures are permanent.  Only the other day Mr. Marsh, of  101 Delorlmier Ave., Montreal, called  upon the Zam-Buk Company and told  them that for over twenty-five years  he had been a martyr to eczeona. B3a  hands were, at ono time so covered  with sores that he bad to sleep in  gloves. Four years ago Zam-Buk was  introduced to hint, and in a few  months it cured him. To-day���over  three years after his cure of a disease  he had for twenty-five yeara���be ia  still cured, and has bad no troce ot  any return of the eczema!  All druggists sell Zam-Buk at Boa.  box, or we will send free trial box if  you send this advertisement and a lc.  stamp (to pay return postage). Address Zam-Buk Co., Toroai-e,  EVIeaf Market Specialties  Empress Creamery Butter, 35c. per lb.; 3ibs. for $1.00.  Shamrock Creamery Butter, lib. Cartoons, very choice,  40c. per lb.  Shamrock Brand, fresh Eggs, 40c. per dozen.  Shamrock Hams, Bacon and Lard, cannot be beat.  Ontario Mild Cured Cheese, 25c. per pound  SEE OUR DISPLAY  Wholesale and Retail Butchers and Produce Merchants  PHO:   (,   8.C.        PHONE   2  e Phoenix Club  x  N. J. Deichert, Prop.  PIPES, CIGARS, TOBACCOS, CIGARETTES  LARGE AND   VARIED ASSORTMENT  OF CHOCOLATES,  ETC.  Fresh HazeSwood ice Cream  CAN BE PURCHASED BY THE GALLON OR OTHERWISE  All Kinds of Soft Drinks Compounded on Shortest Notice.  ENGLISH  BILLIARDS,   POOL,   BOWLING ALLEYS  me  ������Standard Time  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 8.45 a.m.  " " lower town,   9.00 a.m.  ,  Leave Greenwood 3.00 p.m. J  PROMPT   ATTENTION   TO   EXPRESS  AND   FREIGHT  iwmmm^m^^^^^^^^^^^i^^^M^^^^^^^^  mvsamasisasBi^BmBismssasm /  -  XiWtWM-;--  V  Ir-* ���  !����� ���  THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  I* ���  ��  f  Phone 56 P. O. Box 309  McKAY & KNIGHT   .  Grocers and Provision Merchants  (No\t Door to Drug Store)  Fre;  , Peaches, Grapes, Prunes,  Pears, Green Peppers,  Lettyce,  Sweet Potatoes, etc.  Local and General  McKay  The Store of  Quality  s Church Services  Smilin  Faces  greet the coming .of a case of  PHCENIX BEER  7 ',v ,' *? iv'v'i;Because -the Beer is- so 'good  ratf .'. ''-'v.*. ���"J'and-wnblesome it brings the  Sb. John's Chinch���Sundays: lloly  Communion, 8a.m ; Matins, 10.80 a.m.;  iToiy Communion and sermon, 11 a.m.;  Suuday school, 'A p.m,; Evening &er-  vico, 7 30. Week days: Matins, 7.80;  ftve-nsong, 7.30.  Tho stated services in the Catholic  church are aft follows: .First and third  Sundays in the month. Mass at 10  a.m., Sunday School at 2.30 pm.;  Evening Service at 7.30 p.m. Rev.  Father Choiuel, pa&toj.  Methodist Church ��� Sunday school  and Bible class, 2.30 p.m.; evening service, 7.30 p.m. Prayer meeting, Thursday evening, at 7.45 p.m. Rev. A. T.  Boll,  St. Andrew's church (Presbyterian)  ���Service, Sunday next, Oct. 12fch, at  7,30 a.m., Sunday school at 2 p.m. All  welcome.   Rev. J. It. Mtmro, minister.  P  it   <*5;  . and -wHblesome it brings the  .,snule.-'  ;-"' ��     ,' .'phone  23   .     ���    '   ,  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  LIMITED'  DRAYING  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. v Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders.      Phone A65  ���\ ���       _  James G. McKeown  Cut Glass  New   Up-to-Date   Patterns  I  BOWLS, 8-iBch - $5 to $15  SMALL HAPPIES ��� $2 to $8  VASES, WATER SETS,  CREAMS AND SUGARS  VERY SUITABLE FOR PRESENTS  JUL* I\o  eweler  Why Don't You Subscribe for  Phoenix Pioneer^ only $2 a yeap  H. Banbury left for the Jewel mine  this week.  Mm.  Sawyer  left for Summerland  last Saturday.  S. A. Street   left   for   his  home in  Rossland Monday.  Mrs. James   Pierce   returned from  Rossland last Tuesday.  Mrs. Albert Biner paid a'visit to  Grand Forks this week.  Miss Jessie McKeuzie is visiting  with friends in Grand Forks. ���  Mr. and Mrs. Win. Brewer arrived  on Wednesday from a short visit in  [daho.  Mrs. James Bateman and daughter  left for a short trip to Grand Forks  Friday. '    <��� ,  W. S. Wood arrived in town Monday to take the place of W. A. Huf ty,  now agent at Eholt.  W. P. White, representing the Interstate Rubber company of Spokane,  was in town this week.  Walter G. Kennedy of Greenwood  lias secured the agency for Oadbury's  chocolates for tho Boundary district.  Geo. Stanfleld, provincial constable,  Ii 11 been notified* that all provincial  police are censors of moving pictures.  Miss Emily Larson returned from  Spokane last Saturday after spending  a week visiting with friends in that  city.     '  John Perry and John Williams left  on Thursday for their home in Wales.  They will sail on the Empress of''Ire-  laud on the 16th.  Mr. and Mrs. Harry McKay have  returned from their honey moon, trip  and have settled on "their dairy farm  near town.  Mayor D. J. Matheson was amongst  the Phoenix visitorsjit the Greenwood  fair this week, and was* one of the  speakers on the opening day.  In future the Pythian Sisters of  Phoenix will meet on the second and  fourth instead of the first and third  Thursday evenings of e_ach month  Dan Rankin and daughter left the  first of the week for Vancouver. Mr.  Rankin is looking after some valuable  real esrate interests at the,' coast in  which he is interested.     ���     r  Rev. S. Harbinson, B. A., will conduct the anniversary services' in St.  Andrew's Presbyterian church 4 next  Sunday, October 12th, at- 7:30 p., m.  All are welcome. Mr." Harbinson*is a  recent arrival from New Zealand.     <  The management of the Miners Union opera house announces the engagement of the Boston Opera company  for the evenings of October 14th and  15th; the Juvenile Bostonians for October 31st, and an English comedy  J company for November 1st."'  W.VC. Taylor, a well known resident of Phoenix, owns a valuable 40  aerc ranch near Richfield, Idaho. At  the fair held at that place recently Mr.  Taylor won prizes for pumpkins,  watermelons, cucumbers, carrots^  corn, potatoes and other vegetables.  In all he won six first prizes and  seven second prizes.  Miss Lily Shftckleton, driving a  45 h. p. Stattord-Dayton from, Spokane to Kettle Falls got stuck seven  miles south of Chewelah. She had to  sleep out until eleven o'cloclc, but on  account of the moon coming up at  eleven the machine spark took effect.  Some say it was caused by the rays of  the moon, instead of the candle light  held by a Phoenix lady.  Word wasv received this week byj  George Elkins of the death of Robert  Scott, Past Chancellor of Phoenix  lodge K. of P. in 1902. He left Phoenix shortly afterwards for Cobalt,  Out., where he remained for a time  aud then came west again and settled  in Vancouver. He died in that city  on Tuesday, October 7th,   of Bright's  lyn, bought a box of matches and on  opening found the address of tho  lady in Sweden who packed them.  She evidently wishes someone to correspond with her. Mr. Marshall will  gladly furnish the address to any unfortunate bachelor who wishes it.  To further demonstrate what ho  could do in the way of making speed  records, 'Frank Laramie made the run  from Greenwood to Phoenix with his  Overland car last Wednesday in the  record time of 15 minutes. The distance is four and a half miles, and  Phoenix is 2,000 feet higher than  Greenwood. Laramie - won tho  race the --day previous between  Grand Forks and Greenwood, covering the 28 miles in 57 minutes.  A new Edison "Compensarc" has  been installed at the -Miners' Union  opera bouse at considerable expense.  This apparatus eliminates any possible chance of 'Are, and produces a  picture as clear, as crystal. Patrons  are invited to call andinspect this up  to date outfit. There is no change in  the prico of admission for adults, but  commencing next Monday children  will be charged 10 cents, and this will  be continued until such time as they  become loss boistrous. Whenever  they learn to behave better at the  shows the price for them will again be  lowered to five cents.  The Boston Opora company,  which  comes to the, Phoenix  Miners' Union  opera house for   two nights,  October  14th and,15th, is a  comic opera  company (not a musical comedy) and one  that delights'the music loving public.  Some 20 odd singing numbers are used  in   the   three   acts   of   "The.Beggar  Prince" and they are interpolated  by  a cast that was selected onT account of  their singing voices, and supported by  a strong chorus of girls that can sing  and   dance  delightfully.     Mi".    Jack  Leslie and Mr. Ray Southard  are two  well .known   opera   comedians    who  stand away up~in their profession, and  their   comedy   permeates   the   entire  tlnee   acts. ' Miss* Hortense Travers,  the prima donna soprano,.Miss Jessica  Clement, mezzo-soprano,  Mr.  George  M.   Perkins,   tenor,    Mr.   L.   Barton  Evans, baritone, and D. Carr  McDonald, basso, go to make up the princi-  MMH1HIIHI  DO YOU CARE FOR YOUR  HAIR?  Of course you do���everybody does.  That's why no one likes to lose his hair.  One of the greatest enemies of the hair is dandruff.  ,   Dandrufr is not merely an unsightly nuisance���it's an indication  of a diseased scalp.    It's perfectly simple when you understand it.      *  And still people say, "I can't see \vhy my hair comes out. '���'  We can recommend a really good hair dressing. We do not claim  that it will restore hair in cases of baldness. If it did this we could  ��� get $100 a bottle for it without spending any money on printer's ink.  But it is a delightful toilet article, and very agreeable for daily use.  It does not become sticky, neither does it make the hair harsh and  dry. On the contrary, it keeps this crowning glory of man and  woman both soft and glossy.  NYJILS  00 per Bottle  E  ���rtf  Phoenix Drug Company  'Phono 16. T. S. Quancc, Manager  pals in the cast.  ���    Grand Master Coming  Next Monday evening R. Dudley,  grand master of the Independent  Order of Odd Fellows for the province of British Columbia! will pay  an official visit to SnoWshoe Lodge  No. 46. A reception committee  has been appointed by the' local  lodge and some form of entertainment will be decided upon. Saturday evening the grand master will  visit the Greenwood lodge, and will  probably come up the same evening  to Phoenix and will be here over  Sunday and Monday. A full attendance of the order is requested  Monday evening. Mr. Dudley is a  resident of Fernie.  PUBLIC NOTICE  disease.  James Marshall, of the Hotel Brook-  w  -; i  ?#'  Pr   '  V--T."  In the matter of the Estate of Richard  Peterson, late of the City of Phoenix,  in the Province of British  Columbia.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that  all creditors and persons having any  claims or demands upon or against the  estate of Richard Peterson, who died on  or about the 10th day of January, 1913,  at the City of Phoenix, in British Columbia, are required on or before the  First day of November, 1913, to send,  by post prepaid, or delivered, to Edward  A. Black, of Phoenix, B.C., Adminis*  trator of the said estate, their names,  'addresses and descriptions, with full  particulars of their claims and statement of their accounts, and the nature  of the securities (if any) held by them,  verified by Statutory Declaration.  And further take notice that, after  such last mentioned date, the said Administrator will proceed to distribute  the assets of {he deceased among the  parties entitled thereto, having regard  only to the claims of which he then  shall have notice, and that the said Administrator will not be liable for the  said assets to any person or persons of  whose claims notice shall not have been  received by him at the time of such distribution.  Dated at Phoenix, B.C., this 27th day)  of August, A.D., 1913.  EDWARD A. BLACK,  Administrator of said Estate,  LAND REGISTRY ACT  W  &&    . ���-���   , ������  fom   wj ���*        *  ifcv.,--,''"   -  ���.���"-*'  The Dancing Dolis with The Boston Opera Co. Tuesday, Oc(. 14, at the Phoenix Opera House  In the matter of an application for duplicate Certificate of Title to Lot 1,  Block 31,   May 60,   City of Phoenix  (Old Ironsides Sub-division)  NOTICE is hereby given that it is my  intention   at    the    expiration   of  one  month from the date hereof, to issue  duplicate certificate Certificate of Title  to said lands issued to Matthew Clayton  and numbered 15160a,  except   in   the  meaitime valid  objection  be  made to  me i i writing.  D^ted at the Land Registry Office,  Kan loops, B. C., this 23rd day of September, 1913.  A. DUNBAR, District Registrar. ''  ossmcwaBJsasKsrKsaasstssvxaBxaetaBmEasm. r-tawrsusswr  BOOKS AMP STATSOMiiii-IY  Fancy Goods, Dolls, and Toys, Kodak Films and  Supplies, Musical Instruments and Supplies, Newspapers, Magazines and Periodicals���School Sundries.  Wallpaper and Decorative Pictures  Cigars, Tobacco and Smokers' Sundries  . 4  Endless Variety of Goods Suitable for Presents.  AL. ALMSTROM  All the Latest Newspapers, Magazines  Miners' Union Opera House  PROGRAM FOR  SATURDAY, Oct. 11, 13  i.  2.  Billy's Pipe Dream"���  He  dwells  in   Dreamland,  f  '       the famous votagraph.  strong  '����  Melodrama by  3.  The Queen of Spades'  A magnificent two-reel feature, describing a woman's  love and self-sacrifice���a votograph product of merit.  "Billy Moves With His Relations"  A comedy  that is a comedy, By the Essanay.    You  will have to laugh.     A cure for the blues.  Come and Bring: Your Friends.  Prices: Adults, 1 '5c;  Children, 1 Oc-  PHOENIX OPERA HOUSE  Two  NIGHTS  STARTING  Two  TUESDAY, October 14th  ============= THE  ===========.  Tuesday Night  "TLe Beggar Ppinee,,  Two Real Comic Operas, with a chorus correctly  Costumed. All Special Scenery.

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