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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Oct 12, 1912

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 sfe-ii  >-'i .���  S.SC." s.  Ff>. * 'fl  x  f, *'jW*  fliSJ  -r   *  I*  <���   r  ���r r *  ���*/-  :.'.'.' "^WSSBB^'j^i-'M)  ����&����&8����&Sl'fe  %-fffl*^^*^^.*^  The largest eopp.-r mines in-  the Dominion are situated  at Phoenix. The Granby  Co. employs 500 men, and  has a monthly pay roll of  over $50,000, while the Rawhides pay roll is $18,000.  Devoted to the Interests ofthe Boundary Mining: District  Thk  PhoknJ  published  inunicipalityS^n /panada-  altitude, 4,800H^^^dtj  has a population^^jJfeo��?fAj  and    possesses '"first-c  hotels, opera house, schools  FOURTEENTH YEAR  PHOENIX, B.C., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12,  1912  Number 13  PROGRESS ON PHOENIX  EXHIBITION BUILDING  Interests in  Old  Skating Rink  Purchased���Euildings Torn  Down���Site Cleared."  Fine progress  is reported  in connection with the scheme to  erect an  exhibition building-, which   it is proposed shall include facilities for both  curling   and   skating.       Up   to   the  time of going   to  press, the  sum of  $8000 has been  promised, and yesterday, being payday,   saw the first  of  the   series    of   payments    being  made.     In our last issue we omitted  to   mention   that    the   city   council  had  handed   tlie   treasurer  a check  for  $200   in   part  payment   of   the  $1000 which  they had  voted  lo invest.      As stated recently, the work  of clearing the site had already commenced, but for   the   matter  of that  we   might   add   that   that phase  of  the work   is   about finished.     Chas.  Lackie and his demolition gang having already demolished the old curling   rink   and   taken   down  the   required half of the skating rink.  Negotiations were completed a  few days ago, whereby R. H. Doiv-  dle agreed to dispose of his interest  ���in the former skating rink for the  sum of $325. According to present  arrangements provision is to be  made for three curling rinks, while  as far as is known at present the  skating sheet of ice will have an  approximate measurement of 170  by 70 feet. During the past few  days the merits and demerits of  various rinks both near ��nd far have  been under continual discission, and  as far as possible the one to be  erected here will embody all the best  feature's*to "De-found""in" any*rinlc'Tn  the west. One of the innovations  contemplated is the elimination of  square corners, which, as every  hockey enthusiast knows, will do  much lo minimise the risk of scrimmage accidents.  ly as possible all the rendezvous  where winter sports are to take  place, it has been suggested that in  future the ski course be erected  nearer the centre of the city and adjacent to the projected exhibition  buifding. Ski experts who have  inspected the proposed course have  been unqualified in their approval  of the scheme which will do much  to centralize interest in the not improbable event of a winter carnival  being held here in January or February next.   ���  GRANBY CONSOLIDATED  MAKING A STEADY RISE  Makes Net Profits of $583,379 for Last Half of Fiscal Year���Engineer's Estimate Shows 6,433,418 Tons of Ore Blocked out  in Phoenix Properties.  B. C. Mining    |  With ii view   lo locating as close-  Chicken Thief Caught  On  Friday of last  week, the  attention   of    Napoleon   Docksteader  was attracted by suspicious  noises  emanating  from   the neighborhood  of the family chicken   coup, and, on  going to investigate, he  discovered  a somewhat inebriated individual on  the premises, whose intentions were [the year,  evidently    not    honest,     for     lying  motionless on   the ground were five  fine specimens  of feathered bipeds,  all defunct and still warm.   Explanations  not- proving  satisfactory,   the  police were   notified and   the unwelcome   visitor,    escorted   by   Special  Officer N. Lemieux, was  accommodated with   a  cell  in   the  city lockup.    Answering queries in the police  court   the    next   day,   the   accused  pleaded he   thought he was   on   his  own   premises,   which   by  the   way  are   about   a   mile   away   from   the  Docksteader residence.     Magistrate  Delahay    evidently     received      the  statement  with  considerable doubt,  and in   sentencing  the prisoner to :t  fine   of   twenty   dollars   and   costs,  took   into   consideration   the   man's  wife and five children.  The annual report of the Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting  and Power company for its fiscal year ended June 30, 1912, shows $3.90  a share earned on the stock which compares with $1.47 a share in the  previous year, says the Boston Commercial.  ���-  The copper product amounted to 13,231,121 pounds which was 4,-  624,000 pounds less than in the previous year, because the mines and  smelter were shut down for four months on account of the shortage of  fuel during the labor strike in the Canadian coal district.  On account ofthe rise in the price of copper and the low operating  costs during the last half of the fiscal year, the company was able to  make a net profit of $583,379 as against $216,525 in   the   previous year.  During the year the company developed 14,408,000 tons of ore and  shipped 7,975,000 tons making the amount of ore how in sight 6,433,418  tons, which is slightly more than the amount in sight at the beginning of  A car of ore is being hauled  down from the Apex mine for shipment to the Trail smelter.  This week, in the drift on the  Slocan Star, about 100 feet from  the deep-level cross-cut tunnel, a  body of shipping ore was encountered. Its extent has not yet been  determined.���Slocan Record.  According to the Keremeos correspondent of the Hedley Gazette,  a certain J. D. McDonald, representing English and American capitalists, has been looking over the  situation on the Similkameen river,  and there is a possibility that gold  dredging Operations are contemplated.  Messrs  Halleron and   Thompson  of the   Reservoir  group   of claims,  near  Hazleton,    who   recently   ar-  Cash and copper on hand aggregated nearly $800,000 at the close of rived   in  Vancouver,    brought   out  Other cash assets totalled more than $600,000. some   highly-promising  samples of  the year,  At the Hidden Creek property development results have been satisfactory and $200,000 already has been expended there. It is estimated  that an additional $1,500,000 to $1,700,000 more will have to be spent  for development and equipment.  The directors have under consideration ptans for financing the cost  of developing and equipping the Hidden Creek property, but have as yet  reached no decision. "'*'  The company's engineers estimate 6,433,418 tons of ore developed  in the mines at Phoenix and 5,000,000 tons 'so far demonstrated at  Hidden Creek. The latter averages 2.3% copper, as it contains 228,000,-  000 pounds, or 45.6 pounds per ton. It is worthy of note that since the  unfavorable report by an engmeer brought disaster to Granby stock,  years ago, the company has mined nearly 2,000,000 tons, meanwhile developing that amount of new ore and over 400,000 tons additional.  ore. There were three samples assayed, the first of which returned  $28.50 in silver and $79.22 in copper; the other two averaged $42.50  and $61.20 respectively in copper  only.  Mining prospects round Yale are  again brightening. The Mount  Baker-Yale Co. has altered its plan  of campaign as a result of recent  expert examination. It is now recognized that the property is low gtade.  A trial shipment has been made.   If  very well. , Near the head of Cascade creek the properties of J. W.  Milne and A. C. Cody are looking  well and some good free gold has  been found on them. Mr. Williams  has finished the assessment work on  the Great Britain group.  , Work  is  to  commence immediately on the driving of a 2000-foot  drainage    and   transportation   tunnel which   will tap the  vein system  crossing Glacier creek and provide  more economical facilities for mining  and handling the ore of several adjacent  properties  lying  north   and  south from the big bore.    Arrangements   are   being  made   with    the ���  Portland Canal Mining company for  a lease of the buildings, concentrator plant and water power and for  the purchase ot the compressor and  other necessary machinery  that will  be needed on the new work.   While'  the exact site of the  mouth of the  tunnel has not yet been determined,  it will be in the immediate vicinity  of  the  concentrating plant.���Portland Canal Miner.  . it shows even a small profit per ton,  On the basis of what  Granby  did  during  its  operating  period last I t^e  Pathfinder Arrives in Phoenix  Thos.   W.   Wilby, who has been  rightly styled the pathfinder for the  Canadian     Highway      association,  passed   through  Phoenix   on Tuesday,   October  8th,   on   one   of the  last stages   of his  long journey to  the   Pacific  from   the Atlantic seaboard.     His   stay   in   Phoenix   was  brief, and  after  some necessary attention lo the auto, the party, which  included, E.   Spraggett,    acting   as  Hockey Meeting Called'  "'Jas7Wh1sbi'w",snes us to'announce  that on Tuesday evening: next there  will be a meeting of all those interested in the formation of a hockey  club. A large attendance is desired.  The meeting will be called to order  at eight o'clock in the room of the  Phoenix club.  year, it may be figured that the   ore   now   demonstrated at   Phoenix will I wul^  made' forT t^fo^anI^rl^���^'^���,^^^WOOd^, ^^  ,- ,. ,. - -L, fy^n,������������,.,, nf ��� ���   ���,.   ���   ���ai.  ���rnfi,���f��8Mmnm      -n, e   *luarry\trepid motorist left Halifax onftugt  yield I   5 ,00 000 pounds of copper   a^ane    profit of $8,100 000   with   system wU1 be followed ,n futur^     \      J��� W^ sofic> consu^o^  the metal at its present price.    Its 5,000,000 tons of ore at Hidden Creek \        ��� , \ ' " ���   . 7^.'   ���>  ,      ,.    ���  ,, nnn nru-i nr\r\ i      *    .'    \    c a c'r\    '   +        ' i   '        'c I     S. L-   Williams   has   returned to \ days.,. '-With 'the, exception jotttnat _���������   i  should yield over 200,000,000 pounds at a cost of 8.50 cents and a profit ,      j__\_.__   .__._.__.. I j'iLi-^-^t.'i-lil.^'^-i/.jJi&iiK' �����-  of nine cents, or, $18,000,000, a total of.$26,000,000, or  something  over  tow�� . ������       ,   . ^  <*.-rn c ,. _, r., .;.���;������i. :: jsaysthe  Rossland  ports   that ��� everything'  -'--"j -,.* -r"* ~-r:~-~T'���*   l^rl^CrWA very" bright ^there: ^"Th'e^go^ern-l tir^otrraeyhas been ���inkde'bn tires .'  , the company*would be producing 47,000,000 ....���, .>' - _:'    -'   ..   "��* .,���.-.<   . _    ment is   doinir   (rood work   on m��d<;  : . ���  Important  wmr Please Read This Carefully  IT has been bronght to our notice that some parties (either with  intent to do this store harm, or thoughtlessly) have circulated a rumor  to the effect that we have raised prices on our goods 10 per cent since  the raise in wages on Aug. 1st.  We Give this Statement an Absolute Denial  The only article that we have been compelled to raise since August  1st, is Butter, and if you will take the trouble to enquire you will find  that our price on good Butter is considerably less even now than in  neighboring towns, and let us say right here that our Butter price will  not be further raised until our large stock is exhausted. We have put  over $7,000 into this article to keep our price down, and we know that by  January 1st, our price will be fully five cents per pound less than other  towns. .... ._.���. .    . ..      an..    The Facts Are Simply These  That while he have been compelled to raise the price on this ONE  ���irticle of Butter, wc have been able to make substantial reductions on a  great many other articles, as follows: Wheat, Pickles. Vinegars,  Vegktabi.es and Canned Goods.  Now Further  Our prices on staples, groceries, goods you use every day, are less  than anywhere in the Boundary, for instance:  You pay $2.00 per sack for any of the good brands of Flour here,  while other towns charge you $2.10 and $2.15.  You pay $1-50 for a 20 pound sack of sugar here while you will pay  $1.00 in other towns. .  Hams and Bacon are 2 cents per pound cheaper in Phoenix than in  nearby town, pQ   US A   FAVOR  ���i ���   '"  When "Mr. Knocker" comes to you with a long story of how this  store is working a hardship on you, how you are being held up, etc.,  please ask him to prove what he says, make him "put up or shut up  We are hero to prove our end of it, our prices can be had by asking; it s  an easy matter to find out who is right.  We have been in business in Phoenix for nearly 14 years, during  th-it time we have seen a great many business men come and go. We  h/iv- staved with the cam)) during good times and bad times, we have  h-d^our ups and downs, and our sign is still out. The only thing that has  m-uk "hi" possible is the doctrine of the SQUARE DEAL, "Good Goods  and Right Prices"; also, we will be here when the Knockers are gone.  All we ask is FAIR PLAY; think before you speak.  $170 for each share of the company's stock  ��� _* Reduced to figures, if���>'Granby's JHLidden Creek smelter were completed and in operation now " " . . .-  to 50,000,000 pounds of copper annually at both plants. The cost would  average less than nine and a half cents and profits would exceed $26 per  share annually. With copper selling at 13 cents Granby would be able  to show earnings of $11 per share annually, which would entitle its stock  to sell for more than $100 a share.  Evidently the Hidden Creek property, which will have cost about  $2,500,000 to $3,000,000 when fully equipped.and in operation, is worth  twice as much already at   Granby'-*;   miiie.s*''an'd   smelter   at   Phoenix   nnd  Grand Forks.     At one time Granby .stock sold as high as  $iSO  a   share.  There is now every possible reason for   the'be/ief  that   it   wiJl   be   worth  more than that price two or three years hence.  /  r  =>. ;->& i**rl  >rv  "ti  ,'j.   J-.   fit   ���**WiV(JB  r*     ���',  -'  -- i  ~1~  ' "  5 ^>?J$��  merit is doing good work on roads  and trails and opening up that  country. James Cronin is operating a  group   of properties   at  the  B. C. Copper Treatment  The   B. C.   Columbia   company's  smelter   treated  14,412 tons of ore  head of Copper creek with good! this week, as follows: Mother Lode,  results. The properties on the Up- 7,865; Rawhide, 5,954; Napoleon,  per   Duncan   river   are   developing  204;  Belcher, 389; others,.   Opening- of Presbyterian Church  To-morrow, Sunday, October 13,  the dedicatory services attending-  the opening of the newly-erected  Presbyterian church, will take place,  the pulpit at both morning and  evening services being occupied by  the Rev. Dr. Ferguson, supt. of  Presbyterian missions. The cost of  erecting the new church, which is  much smaller than its predecessor,  is in the neighborhood ot7$lS00.  A number of chairs and sundry  furniture saved from the fire will be  used again, while an additional consignment of chairs will be in place  in a very short, time. The edifice  has been built with a view to heating by a furnace, but. in the meantime the conditions will be met by  the installation of stove heating.  The interior measurement is 26x46  feet and when finished the church  promises to be one of the most comfortable in town. The basement  will be fitted up later on and utilized  as a Sabbath school and for the  social gatherings of the congregation. The old church, which was destroyed by fire a little over two  years ago, was the first church to  be erected in the town, and since  its destruction the Presbyterian congregation have so to speak been  without a permanent home. A  pleasing feature to report is that the  building itself when opened will be  free from debt, which considering  the ups and downs that the camp  has recently passed through, is to  say the least, extremely creditable  to the congregation. On Monday  evening a social will be given by  the members of the congregation, to  which a very hearty invitation is extended to   one and all to be present.  Troubles of a Musical Critic  On Sunday last, a certain John  Anders-on called oh Geo. Stanfield  of the Provincial Police and laid a  charge of assault against another  Finlander. The officer at once proceeded to a residence on Spion Kop  where a christening celebration was  proceeding. The arrival of John  with'.the officer was a complete surprise for the guests, all of whom were  emphatic in fixing the blame for the  disturbance on Mr. Anderson himself, who eventually appeared the  next day befoie Wm. Delahay, J.P.,  and was soaked five dollars. From  the evidence it appears that the  wily John took exception to the  music, and, because the chief musician declined to change his tune,  forcibly took the instrument from  him and belabored the artist over  the cranium with it. The action of  John was seriously resented by the  ladies and gentlemen present, who  ail combined and threw the obnoxious musical critic out ofthe house.  Boundary Ore Tonnages  Following are the returns of the  output of the Granby mines and  smelters for the week ending Oct.  6th, and the B.C. Copper company  for the week ending Sept. 29th, and  year to date:  Granby 25,418    947,733  Mother Lode    6,157    366,249  Rawhide   6,153     182,923  Napoleon       392        8,078  Belcher        425 885  Others        166      11,021  SMELTER TONNAGES  Granby 25,730   974,200  B. C. Copper Co... 12,290   503,807  A Fall Suit  Should not only  be attractive in  design, but it  should Fit perfectly and be  made faultlessly.  OUR  Stylish Clothes  For men are built right in every way. There isf more  real snap, style and value in our Suits and Overcoats than you will find in most garments that  sell at even higher prices. You can always expect a saving of a few dollars when you buy here.  Great variety of Goods to Choose From  I f  .!/���  tf-i i  ��iu",r - OV*   FJHW-j-V'"  T  J  *$k' }  '-���>-*,>*. |  I7��ff ?,'  *    ,L^r   '*  7'<#T,  ��� ���-���;?  - , n  ��� < ;* * J '  J,'*;v!  H-- ,  '   "f    -.     *  ��.  ���TEE    PlOttEfck,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  *^*7  !  {'.  **-r a  |w%*?  ">   1>  ���^Vk i*  i A -,!  ]'*j\a'  I ���  \\t\\ j  M: 1  I  **'V I  $ ��� *  r I  "���8! J' f  ?**) ,?  Ui  ���') -  Vl  Hv/|r  "VKhtv' *> ! -  A iAsf i *"' , 7  'i  J      I  1 j r  ���<3  f  N     J  1  I  jsF  t  IS  �� /  I. -'  }��� -*1  i ���?  11  it'  ���*s  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.  W. J. Pjbbnpebgast  J. T. Hawthorn, W.M.  . ��� _��� .,Secy.    .��� ,_  I. O.O. F.  i SnowshpeiLodge  No. 4*6  Meets   every   Monday  Evening  at  Miners' Hall.' 'Visiting brethren cordially invited;   ��� '       ' .  David Tyson, Noble Grand.   .   ,  Dan Paterson, Fin. Secy.  J'^A.'l3. McKinnon, liec. Secy.    /*  Daughters of Rebekah  '      Phoenix Lodge No. 17  ' Moots'in ���* tho  Minoi's'   Union' Lodge  i Hall EJirst and .Third Wodncs.dii.yfa.  Mrs. Itobslo Hush, Nobla Ginnd.  " '*   Mrs. Efflo Aluruluill, Soorotary.  FRATERNAL ORDER  .. ,,OF EAQLES,,,   ,  Concentrates  .  P,hoenixf Aerie No. 158 ���  Meets jiiXJiiion Hall, Friday Evenings.  tVisiting brothers are always welcome.  , QtjitmanWobk, W. P.  1   T. B. Oosgbove, W.' Secy.  K. of P. Lodge,  No. 2%    Ph��e��x'  A second crop of hay is being cut  in the Nicola Valley.  The recent holdup of the station  agent, at Waldo, B. C, turns out to  have been a "fake."  The only rain worth mentioning  that has fallen around Hedley this  year, descended on Labor-Day.,  Perfectly developed Japanese'walnuts, grown on Cooper Bros, ranch,  were on view last week in Grand  Forks. ,  Vancouver is to have a mining  club with a membership'of 1000. F.  Jf. Crossland has been appointed  secretary.  ' Nearly two thousand Greeks, resident in Vancouver,*; are making  preparations to leave for Greece if  war with'Turkey is 'decided on.  7 C. F. 'McHardy, J.P., of Nelson,  who a short time ago, started on  horseback for the coast, negotiated  the trip in   safely   and [covered  the  ground in twelve days  *���'      ' ��� '      ' ���  A charge of defamatory libel has  been laid against R. C. Edwards,  editor of the Calgary Eye Opener,  by E. P.' Davis, K'.C, a well-  known Vancouver lawyer.  ��� Herbert S Clements, representative in,the Dominion Parliament for  the Comox-Atlin riding, is touring  lhat  district preparatory  to  his re  Peps is the name bestowed upon a  new scientific preparation put up into  tabloid or pastille form, which provides  an entirely new and) effective treatment for coughs, colds and lung and  throat troubles generally. -    ���  Did it never occur to you as peculiar  tbo,t when you have a cough or a cold,  or any chest trouble, you should apply  medicine���not to your lungs, but to  your stomach ?  Look at it the other way round. Suppose you suffered from some stomach  complaint���indigestion or ulceration.  How strange you would think it if you  were asked to take a medicine which  had to be breathed in, and which went���  not to your stomach, but to your lungs  and breathing passages 1  There is no connection between the  stomach and the lungs (see diagram  below), and when for a cold or a  cough or any chest complaint you take  some medicine, such as liquid cough  mixtures, syrups, lozenges, which go���  not to your lungs, but to your stomach���  you are wasting time.  Peps���this newest remedy for  coughs, colds, and lung troubles���go  to the lungs and breathing-tubes,  direct.   Peps are really pine fumes I  Sale of Crown-Granted Mineral Claims for Delinquent Taxes in the Rossland  Assessment District.  I HEREBY GIVE NOnCEt^  ion, at the Court House, in the City <  claims hereinafter set out, of the persons in said list nerematter sei ou t, ^^ "?'"j^h" .wqijd sale  if* the total amount  the 30th day of June, A. D., 1912, and for costs and expenses, including the costs of advertising Jam saie,     yii.  afternoon,  on  LIST ABOVE MENTIONiiD--GRAND FORKS MINING DIVISION.  Name ofCnaim  Lot No.  ���1029S  027 S  1573  1487  1503  30o6  2284  2008  1609  1130  Owner  Covert, S. R.; Lequine, Bernard 1  a^v  Whiteside, D., and Kerby, F. M ��� J Ajax..... ������.--,--  Kerby, F. M., and Christiansen, C Ax.._.,���_._..-..-  Farrell, John J  -  Bay Horse Fraction.  Porter, W. J. and Farrell, J. J  Beaver..��� --..-'..���  Rathmullen Con. M andD Co. Ltd Ben Hur No. 1-......  Magee, Chas. J    Betts .    House. Geo, W.._.  Black-Tail..-.: ��� -'-:  Bonanza Mt G. M. Co.  Bonanza. ���-  McCaUum, Neil, and Clark, Ella  Bunker Hill   Tammany Gold Mines, Ltd., N.P.L Burnt Basin.������j  ,  Tammany Gold Mines, Ltd., N.P.L. - Burnt Basin Fraction  -     jwi  Clark-Seattle G. M. Co., L.L Butte.. ��� .7. ��� ���. ���. ������     1610  Farrell, John Joseph  Buttercup..  ��������� ���-    ������""  The Majestic Gold Mining Co., Ltd?��� City of ���Denver..���. ��� ��� --      '^  The Majestic Gold Mining Co., Ltd City of Montreal-.'��� ���-----    <"��>  The City of Paris G. M. Co., Ltd City of Paris       "f*  I Cornwall, Mary A., and Turner, J. A.    City of London ��� ---     12.w  Bonanza Mt G. M. Co., Ltd  Colorado.   -    2009  Chisholm, Archie  _ ..Columbia   --      ���'* o  Wolford, L. D., and Kerby, F. M  Connection . ��� ���-       954 b  Wolford, L. D., andKerby, F. M... ...Cresent...       -3383  Lynch, James    Crown ._ -������    ??{.  B. C. (Phoenix) Syndicate, Ltd Daisy.  turn to  Ottawa for  the   fall session  of the House.  Chief of Police  Downs,  of Trail,  last week arrested an escaped mur-  Meets-TtrESDAY ISvisning at 7.30.  Spjoui'ding. brothers cordially welcomed.* ' r ,  'J. E. Cakteb, K. of R. S. /{jet^f Vvho  was seeking an  asylum  in   Canada.       The   man,   who  has  about    half-a-dozen     aliases,     was  (Wanted by the Republic police  New Zealand's willingness  to fail  THE TWO  -ASU6B  A. F. GisDDjss, C. C  > . PYTHIAN SISTERS  Mountain Tern pie Lodge No, 17  Meets in'Pythian Hall,, Lower Town  Kirst and Third Thursdays.  Mr-. M.iv Almstloin  ���-1    -M.E.C.   ,      -���-,  Mrs. A. D. MclCenzio  i    M.R.O.  CAHADiA^  \lta\.t*  in-line .with Australia .and South  Africa, to arrange a great oversea  dominion , reciprocal trade with  Canada, has met with the hearty  approval of the Australian prime  minister. , , .  The Crueger concession, on Do-  minion creek, Yukon Territory, was  thrown open on October 3rd.. Hun-  dreds joined in ,the rush} and, as  many as fourteen posts were driven  on a single claini. Eachstaker gets  an .equal interest.  George Russell; of Vancouver,  familiarly known as the "Yankee  Bum,"  recently   mistook   Detective  to principal"pb'-0*'6 >n '-Bostern Canada  ���*".���*���'������   j- . \ and LTnited States,     v     ,   ,  'Ticfcetsare'FmvST-OLASS,'and w'ilJ/ Lemon   for a  prosperous   city mer-  hv on sale MATT'l7, '18;2A, 2li; JUNE 1,1 chant  and demanded 25c.  , He was  6;7,gri%JM;16, 17,-18? 19,-20, 21, 20, 21,1 immediately    escorted    to   his    old  2.1;m;'27f-28,29;andmanydaysduringbomeinthecelli,., ^   .  JULY, AUGUST and SEPTEMBER.! The way of the transgressor it,  Good to Return until Oct. 31st���7 hard in Merritt, but the way ofthe  j   STOPOVERS ALLOWED      '   (policeman   in   that   town 'is^.harder  ���still, i T,bey have had four changes  in the establishment since the town  was incorporated. Merritt has a  bad attack of the recall system.  So pressing was the need for  farm hands around Winnipeg, a few  days ago, that the farmers called at  the city jail and offered, to pay the  lines of some ofthe prisoners if they  to work on the ranches.  me essences  1j��oa   d o wn  your breathing-tubes,  bathing  all    .  the inflamed"?  surfaces,1!?*  which  no  liquid   or  solid matter  can   ever  reach/ in  health-giving  pine   fumes,  and   carrying health  and healing  wherever  they r penetrated  These tissue-strengthening,  pleasant  from the dissolving Pep, are not only  healing in their operation, they afe  antiseptic They kill the germs* of  consumption, catarrh, and those many  and varied throat and lung troubles so  common to-day. Peps fumes���like the  fumes from nature's Pine woods���get  direct to the lungs and chest, and give  instant relief to colds, tightness, bronchitis, etc In short. Peps bring .pine  forest air to your home i    ���  You have a nasty night cough?  Take  a Pep before going to bed���your cough  will not trouble you 1   Your lungs are I  a'little weak, and going from "the warm I  .house into the cold air outside makes I  you cough ?   Just before going out put I  (B.'C. (Phoenix) Syndicate, Ltd Daisy Fraction.  (Bertha Con. G. M. Co., Ltd., N.P.L.  Derby   NcNicol, J., and McAulay, T��� Duplicate  breathable gas solid 1  You put a "Pep".on your tongue  and let it dissolve. As it does so the  healing essences it contains turn into  vapor, and you BREATHE them  direct to your lungs and air passages 1  These heal-  1805  1808  2233  863  5TOMACI  fumes,  so liberated  ROgErbeVfGS ��� --."*.?!*'.'���. ��� . ��� .���} EvcninS Star r������        918 S  Chisholm, Archie; Maginnis,  P. and Mathe-\ Florence  ���      956 S  Son, Donald, William   / ���.   .������ ���  ,""".",        ," " ,,,��  Porter, W. J. and Farrell, J. J. _  Girl of the Period   14b&  Naden,   G.   R.;  McBorin, James and  Mc-"| Hard Cash     1062  Arthur, Mary f ���           The RathmuIIan Con. M. andD. Co. Ltd Helen Ray, No. 1.   1501  Magee, Chas. J.  Hesperus Fraction..   3057  Wolford, L. D. and Kerby, F. M Homestake Fraction   31f57  Hardy, Neil; Shaw, C. A., and Cayley, H. S. Humming BirdFraction   1247  Cheer, John W  Idaho Trinket    2211  The Rathmullen Con. M. and D. Co., Ltd lone .   1505  The Tammany G. M. Ltd., N.P.L Jim Blaine ._ _   1137  The Tammany G. M. Ltd., N.P.L  Jim Blaine Fraction  1140  John Bull Mines, Ltd   John Bull . '.  2015  Winter, T. A. and McDougall, A Kufman    2285  Magee, Chas. J_  Lancaster ���_  3070  Tammany Gold Mines, Ltd., N.P.L Last Chance Fraction .  2597  The Majestic G. M. Co., Ltd  Lexington  645  The City of Paris, G. M. Co., Ltd. Lincoln    ��21  The Bertha Con. G. M. Co., Ltd Little Bertha...   959  The B. C. (Phoenix) Syndicate, Ltd Lizzie L._  1804  "   Lizzie L. Fraction   1807  Clark, Ella, and Hay. Charles Loyal Canadian   j       1608  The Rathmullen Con M. andD. Co., Ltd Malta, Nol.  1500  Morrow, Thos. R  Mammie ' _ ._   1246  The Bathmullen Con. M. and D. Co. Ltd Maple Leaf  1  1502  John Bull Mines, Ltd.    Marinette.  B. C. (Phoenix) Syndicate Ltd MarthaMay ....  Macdonald, Jas. A May Flower...   Averill, F. A.; Averill, C. W.; Traunweiser, AMinnie ....  Schiefele, L., and Lyons, P   Mountain View   Lequime, JBernard���*.Kerby, F M. and White-"\ Munstel.  2052  1806  1734  1006  1533  M.S.  923 S  577 S  side, David J  Smith, A. E; McCallum, John A.; Henderson,!  R. A., and Atwood, C. A. S /  West, Jas., and Chisholm, Archie Nakusp    Lillooet, FraserR. & Cariboo Gold Fields, Ltd. Neta. .., ._   Rathmullen Con. M. and D. Co. Ltd North Star Fraction...  Clark, Ella and Hay, Chas   North Seattle Fraction  The City of Paris G. M. Co. Ltd.  Number 4...   Spence, J. D. and Folger, M. F.   Ontario Boy   The Majestic G. M. Co. Ltd Oregon Fraction ���_���  "     jjgjj  rThe Quebec Boundary Min. Co., Ltd., N.P.L. OrftenBoy  111'"'     1766  West, Jas. and Chisholm, Archie Ottawa          JJ57 S  Pathfinder Min. Red'nandlnv. Co Pathfinder *.  700  Lillooet, FraserR & Cariboo Gold Fields, Ltd. Queen of Spades  ���    9915  McLaren, D. D., McLaren, J  Kio   441 S  CIark"llattJJe��Gr "  960 S  990  1504  3017  791  596  From PHOENSXAND KOOTENAY  ?.     '-    - -     POINTS-TO -    -      -  $v?innipeg   -  P"6ronto  ^Montreal  JSt. John, N.B  'St. Paul  $60.oo  91.5o  105.00  120.oo  6O.00  a Pep in your mouth���there will be no I  coughingl    Your, throat feels "stuffed/ I Ka^ISJh 1r��hn M(:��jaren> "  ��-        .. ���--- ~  -.nrf vmiT-l l^.av.an^SiI��.y��(Ln-,-=---------r  Riverside  _      429 S  M. Co., Ltd   .Seattle    652  ^sT^^Sa^tffi'tolf-���^--e..::.-;;.:.;.:.;:.:.:~e;by.  959S  vapor as soon as put into the mouth, J I Kl^k. T. J; Rumberger, G. W; Hahn, Gertie 1 q. T ii(.  will retain their goodness indefinitely  fchicago i --~'-'- -'i J v72.50 ���u}d"as:ree .  0 f - j The authorities twere   quite agree-  jNew York_-i .- ^-    .108.501 able7and allowed some,of the men  'iBostoh,,   ,,-   -.',-,   ilO.oojtog0.-       '  /" ' '   ,     ���  |- Ask you local C.'P7R."Ticket Agent!    The  officers and   men  of the two  Jrcgaiding  routes,   limits,   stopovers; | regiments"of  the*,British Columbia  etc.. anclfoiu^cui-**ioa;fai.es,,t!t6 other f  ' -    * *        '  ���points.  ..     ,.,     J,. E. CAKTER, Agent',  L ,*   - ^ ���   Phoenix,'' B. O.  rj. a. Mcdonald,  District Passenger Agent),  "Nelson; B.'C.    -  >���  iWOOD  7  i  J      First-class Fir and Tarn  s      arac Wood, $5.50 per cord  v   iPine Wood,   $5.00 per cord.  Fir and Tamarac, double cut,  per cord, $7l'00.  f  WOOD, DELIVERED  NOTICE.  ON   SHORT  'Phone B32  Gust Johnson  Every Womaf?  Is interested and should know  about the wonderful  MARVEL Whirling Spray  Tho new V-iglnal Syringe    Best  -Mostconvenient    It cleanses  instantly.-     Ask yout  1 drujfz ikt forl��  '1.*  If ha cannot supply th��  MARVEL Accept no other,  but send stamp for illustrated  bonk--sealed   It Rivei full panic  ��i)4rs ind dirrctfonv invdlunule to ladles  WINDSOR SUPPLY CO.,  Windsor, Oct.  General Agents for Canxd  Horse who composed the^escort of  JH.R.H. the, Duke of Connaught  during hts recent tour of the pro  vince, have been the recipients of  considerable praise on the manner  in which they performed their  duties.  The present standing of the par  ties in the Senate is 59 Liberals and  20 Conservatives. When the eight  vacancies" 'are filled, the Conservatives will have 28 members and the  Liberals 59, an opposition majority  of 31. No wonder the Borden government has had difficulty in passing Conservative measures.  The booking of a few more theatrical companies of the class of the  two that recently appeared at the  IoluI opera house will effectually  (Jestroy the reputation ofthe cityas  a good show town. It is worse  than highway robbery to take the  people's money and give them  nothing but such trash in return for  it.���Grand Forks Sun.  It is the confident expectations of  the Dominion authorities that the  influx of immigrants into Canada  ihi*, year will exceed the 400,000  maik.      Figures   for  the   fir-st   five  if kept dry. Each little Peps pastille  is packed in an air-tight'wrapping,  which is easily removed, and they are  packed in neat tin pocket boxes. They  are not sticky (the minister or public  speaker can carry a few loose in the  vest pocket); they do not spoil the  appetite and ruin the digestion, like  cough syrups and mixtures do; and���  they DO cure coughs, colds and lung  trouble!  Just as the out-door treatment for  consumption���the "breathing" treatment���is now admitted to be the only  rational treatment, so the "Peps"  treatment for colds and lung .troubles  is the only rational home treatment.  Peps cure catarrh, coughs, bronchitis, sore throat, tightness or aching  across the chest, difficulty in breathing, night cough, hoarseness, asthma*,  laryngitis, smoker's throat, etc Best  for children because free from opium,  morphine, or any poison.  ;  All druggists and stores sell Peps  at 50c a box or 3 for $1.25.   Should  your dealer be out of  stock, order  [direct   (post paid)   from   Peps  Co.,!  | Dupont St., Toronto, or 62 Princess |  and "Walker, Carrie  605  The Quebec Boundary Min. Co., Ltd., N.P.L. Strawberry 1765  Tammany Gold Mines, Ltd., N.P.L  Tammany No 1  '.'.'."." 1135  White, Milton, K   Tiger _ _ 1562  Clark-Seattle G. M. Co..  Virginia'6\iyl"V^SSSS.\VSSVi." 1606  Carson  Julius   Woodburn....  887 S  Carson,aJuIius    Woodbourn Fraction���.���...'  888 S  Taxes  $ 8.25  13.00  .50  v- 7;75  9.50  10.75  '-������     11.50  13.00  13.00  .-.. 13.00  2.25  6.60  10.50  "      5.50  7.75  4.75  4.00  13.00  11.25  9.75  , 10.50  0.50  12.25  5.00  13.00  0.25  13.00  6.75  13.00  7.25  7.00  7.00  9.75  6.50  8.00  32.00  11.00  1.75  9.25  1.75  7.50  4.75  5.25  ���1.75  9.50  8.00  6.00  11.00  13.00  7.50  12.25  13.00  .-..11.50  7.00  13.00  7.00  8.50  13.00  8.00  "12.75    '  ���1.25  2.25  4.50  11.00  1.00  11.50  8.50 ���  13.00  6.50  9.00  13.00  13.00  11.25  10.50  13.00  13.00  11.75  9.75  12.75  11.75  2.75  Costs  $ 2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  ��� 2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  .   2.00    -  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00   .  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  Total  $10.25  15.00.  2.50  9.75  11.50  12.75  13.50  15.00  15.00  15.00  4.25  8.50  12.50  7.50  9.75  0.75  6.00  15.00  13.25  11.75  12.50  8.50  14.25  7.00  15.00  11.25  15.00  8.75  15.00  0.25  0.00  9.00  11.75  8.50  10.00  14.00  11.00  3.75  11.25  3.75  9.50  6.75  7.25  0.75  11.50  10.00  8.00  13.00  15.00  9.50  14.25  15.00  13.50  9.00  15.00  0.00  -, 10.50  15.00  10.00  14.75  0.25  4.25  0.50  13.00  3.00  13.50  10.50  15.00  8.50  11.00  15.00  15.00  13.25  12.50  15.00  15.00  13.75  11.75  14.75  13.75  4.75  Dated at Rossland, B. C, this 2nd day of October, 1912,  J. KIRKUP,  Collector, Rossland Assessment District.  I St, Winnipeg.  FREE  TRIAL.���The proprietors wish this great discovery to be  widely   appreciated,   and   have   de-  18 cided  to  offer  a free   trial  packet  to all   persons  who  would like  to  I test  this   unique  remedy.    Cut out  Uiis    article,    write   across   it   the  name of this paper, and mail it to  Peps   Co.,   Toronto,   or   52 Princess  Street,  Winnipeg,   enclosing  ^      1 cent stamp to pay for return  % "^    postage.    A free  trial   packet  5-^'J     of Peps will be mailed you by  ?5p��   wturn.    If you have a friend  ���t^Tfe*    .     suffering    from   a   cough.  i ��-<-$s>.J*-  colti*or any iuroat*  1-^%-S*    or lunfi tl0UL*-e��  c ''*%%>'  hand this on.  GO-CARTS  St*  VJVr'j,  ��#ETR:'!3!!  months of the fiscal year show an  increase of from 14 to 15 per ijent  over last year. If this percentage  of increase is maintained, the four  hundied thousand mark will be  passed for the first time.  A LIGHT  PALE BEER  Is Splendid for Family Use  That is the kind we have  for YOU.  Are You Run Down in Health ?  Order a Case or two, and  sec how rapidly you will  improve.  'PHONE  23  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  LIMITED  We have just a few Carts left  which   we will sell on the  following terms:  With every Cart purchased we   will  give  a   Pair  of  Runners to fit.  RUNNERS, Per Pair     -     -     $1.00  We  have  also  in  stock  a  few  Two-Wheel   Push  Ca.rt8, at reasonable prices. Call and See Them.  GET   YOUR   CART   WHEELS    RE-TIRED  We have a machine  for Re-tiring  Rubber  Wheels, and  are now in a position to do that  work  on   short notice.  3  C. F. Edwards The Furniture Dealer  Phoenix-. ,c4- **% 0*0  T  i-np  Greenwood ^^^ o ^   J"1"^  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 8.45 a.m. ^  "���        . "        lowertown,   9.00a.m.   .Standard Time  Leave Greenwood 3.00 p.m. J  PROMPT  ATTENTION  TO  EXPRESS AND  FREIGHT  UUNQ, Proprietor  Pioneer Ads. Reach the People     P  to*fO��&^^*i*T��*0����W~/!���-1****^t*^^ �������. -'o-:  i.  'Ai^i  THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  Many people suffer from weak 'hearts; They may experience shortness of'breath on exertion, pain over the heart,  or dizzy feelings, oppressed breathing alter meals or their  eyes become blurred, their heart is'not-sufficiently strong  to pump blood to the extremities, and they have cold hands  and feet, or poor appetite because of .weakened blood supply  to the stomach. A heart tonic and alterative should be taken  which has no bad uftcr-cllect. Such is Dr. Pierce's Golden  Medical Discovery, which contains no dangerous narcotics  .���', ...   nor alcohol.  Vlt '���2.-*frc?le"*��-j��'i��^ (CaUhsonia Canaden  sis) , Bluodroot (^tngunarlo Canadensis), Cioldcn Seal root (Hydrastls^anaUen-  sh). Queen's root '&tltllng,a--Sylvatlca), Block Cherrybark (Wuuus VlruirianS),  in a scientific laboratory In a way tliot no d-u^ist coiilj imitate. '7 " ^  This tonic contains no alcohol "to' shrink up the rod blood corpuscles ; but, on  the other hand, it increases their number and they become round and healthy.  It helps the human system in the constant manufacture of rich, red blood':' It  helps the stomach to assimilate or take.up the proper elements from the food,  thereby helping -digestion.-and .curing.dyspepsia, heart-burn and many uncomfortable symptoms, stops excessive tissue waste in convalescence from fevers:  for the run-down, anusmic, thin-blooded people, the "Discovery " is refreshing  , and 'vitalizing.    Stick to this safe and sune remedy, and refuse all '* just as good "  medicines offered by the druggist who is looking for a larger profit. " Nothing  ���_hut_T)r. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery will do you half as much good.  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  '���.'.���''��� i  issued weekly  at Phoenix, British Columbia  .Subscription, 2.00 per year  2.50 to United States.  G.  Kay, Publisher.'  relations, will find herself paying not  only for her own big navy, but for  the British navy as well.  ADVERTISING SCALE  Application 'for Liquor Liceneo (30 days) ..$5.00  Cortifloato of IniproveinenttioUcc (HOduyH)$7.60  Application to Purchase Land notices (00 duyt.)  ' S7.50  Dolinquont Co-owner notices (!K1 days.) ���$10.00  Small Water Notices (30 days)  $7.50  7 All other legal, advertising; VI cents a lino,  singlo column, for tlie first insertion; and 8  cents a lino for each subsequent insertion, non-  IKiroil moasuromont.  8=-Queen's Hotel  COMPLETELY REFURNISHED  AND  REFITTED  We beg to announce the reopening of the Queen's Hotel.    This  popular hotel has  been  completely. refuted throughout;  everything new and up-to-date.    Large loft)'rooms,  heated with hot water.    Perfect fire appliances;  Wight and Day Service  Patrons of this hotel will   find  in  it all   the comforts  of home.  Perfect satisfaction is assured all our guests.     It is  7  the most centrally located hotel in town.  Bar Stocked with Best Wines, Liquors, Cigars  CHISHOLM   &   HARTMAN,   PROPS.  ���i'"."'''  7       FIRST STHEET AND KNOB HILL AVENUE  Saturday, Oct. 12, 1912  A  Your Milk Supply  Should come from healthy and vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANL'Y AND SANITARY  manner Separated Cream insures purity and  quality. The Dairy produces both.  THE   DAIRY       J. W. Hannam, Prop.  J  "PROPER CLOTHES"  Our slock of suits covers the entire range of good clothes for  men and young men, and is unusually rich in beautiful fabrics and  now models. It is our ambition lo bell absolutely ihe finest clothing made in Canada, and in featuring- the "Proper Clothes" brand,  we feci that wc have the best ever. These garments show for  themselves as regards  PERFECTION  OF FIT; QUALITY OF FABRIC;  VARIETY OF PATTERN;      EXCLUSIVENESS OF STYLE  together with high-class tailoring.      They offer   ihe   advantage  of  immediate selection, and give confidence and courage to   the  men  who wear them.    "Proper Clothes" are good credentials and em-  h'asize a man's good taste and refinement.     If you want to appear  at your best,, ihis is the store to come to.  ,    Premier on B.C. Mining  Before the first semi-annual meeting of the  Canadian   Mining   Institute, recently  held at Victoria,   the  provincial    premier,     Sir     Richard  McBride, reviewed the future ofthe  province  with regard   to its mineral  resources.     In   Kootenay,   he   said,  the mining  industry  was   taking on  a new   life, and   the work   that was  going     on     there     brought     back  memories of early explorations.  The  prospects    in     the    Slocan    district  never looked better than   at the present time, while  Rossland  also had  reported   most  encouragingly.       In  the Boundar}',country the work was  proceeding apace, and  on  the coast  line where   the  Granby  people   had  taken  up the   work   of development  with a will, the   deposits   had  been  discovered to be  so valuable and so  well proved that they were about to  establish a* smelter  to treat the produce on  a  large  scale.     There was  every reason  to   expect a good time  coming,    and    if    the    government  could do  anything  to   assist   in the  expansion   and   growth   they    were  ready to   move  at once  in  the matter.      The premier expected all present lo see that all companies formed  for   the   purpose   of   exploring    the  mineral wealth of the province were  on a firm   and , sure   foundation  strictly legitimate in character.  Speaking of coal   mining' developments,   Sir   Richard   said   that   W.  Fleet   .Robertson,    the      provincial  mineralogist,   was' now  on his way  back   from   a visit  of inspection   in  the Groundhog district.     There was  reason to believe that the discovery  would add   another  important   coal  field   to the   mineral   assets   of   the  province.      A resolut*on wa> passed  urging   the   Dominion   government  to    appoint   a   minister    o>f   mines.  Thirty   deleg-ates   from     the.   east  were  present.      Dr.   A.   Ii.   BarJou  What Becomes ofthe Money  The system  of payment of members   of   the   Imperial    Parliament,  instituted  a  sbort time ago   by the  "Lloyd-George"    government,   has  removed the great  handicap under  which  the  Irish Home  Rule representatives,    at  Westminster,   have  been  laboring for  many years.     It  was fondly imagined   that  the paying of parliamentary members would  do   away with   the   begging  excursions   to  Australia,   New Zealand,  Canada    and   the    United   States,  indulged   in  by the   leaders   of the  Irish    Home   Rule   set.      But   the  pilgrimages   still    continue,   as   of  yore,   and   thinking   people  in  this  province must not be blamed if they  attach  another  significance   underlying   these   excursions,   which   we  are  informed were formerly  for the  purpose  of assisting the financially  embarrassed    Irish   Home-Rule   representatives to maintain themselves  while in   London  for  the sittings of  Parliament.       The  gullable   people  of the above countries still continue  to bite at the old bait, and persist in  contributing  to  the funds,   the disposal of.which ihey are  as ignorant  of as they are of the actual situation  in the "Emerald  Isle."      Under the  circumstances it seems  quite in  order to  assume  that no   one will  be  more dissatisfied if the Home Rule  measure   becomes    law   than  these  Home      Rule   political     charlatans  themselves, who  for  the  last thirty  years have  almost annually crossed  and re-crossed the Atlantic and Pacific   oceans,    returning    laden    with  Australian and American gold.  These -October  days say���"wear  an  Overcoat"  Style and value say-  a Fit-Reform Overcoat.  wear  We have the lightweights,/  that are the right weights.  All the new models���in a\\  splendid variety of new/,  effects.  Always glad to show them  to you.  ���'A  >  MORRIN THOMPSON  Fhcenix, B.C.  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.  To Protect Blonde Esquimos  Vilhjalmar Stefansson, who discovered the blonde Esquimos in the  Coronation Gulf region, hopes to  find a way to keep all kinds of civili-  , [zation, including religion* .from  them. He fears their speedy extinction- if civilization gets to them and  he will go to Ottawa"* this   week   to  ask   the   Canadian' Government   tol FIDELITY-   BONDS,  -PLATE   GLASS,'  issue  a, proclamation   of  perpetual  C*OMM1SSIONER'. FOR  TAKING  quarantine of the whole district. ' AFFIDAVITS  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix, B.C<  d. a,  MATKESON  ...: .Insurance Agent  FIRE, LIFE'AND.  ACCIDENT.  PHOENIX,   B.C.  "I want to shut out the missionaries as well as the traders," said  Stefansson, who is himself a graduate of the Harvard Divinity school:  "The blonde Esquimos don't need  the trader and have a religion of  J their own, which answers their purposes very well.  ' 'The most deadly disease that ever  struck    the   Esquimos,     anywhere,  was tlie measles.  a,  prominent     Montreal    geologist,  presided, and in his address referred  r ... f .,    | them die of this disease  lo the  prosperous   condition   ot  tlie  mining industry throughout the   entire Dominion.  ThOS     BrOWfl        Men's Wear Exclusively  Cleanliness our Watchword  The product of the local dairies is good, but ours is the best.  Cleanliness is our watchword, and no germ can pass our sentries.  Our poultry department has increased its supply ol  eggs.     Le  V PHONE  F 32  Let us  accommodate you.  The Phoenix  W. A. McKay & Sons  Proprietors  The Central  NEAREST HOTEL TO FAMOUS GRANBY MINES  ^TrST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION  FOR   MINERS  Bar Stocked with the Finest Line of Wines, Liquors, Cigars  A. O. JOHNSON      -    -     Proprietor  Hello! People  Drop   in   and   try   our   delicious  ice   cream   and  soft drinks.     We keep a full assortment: of  Tobacco, Pipes and Smokers' Supplies  Stationery, Books, Toys, Brushes, etc.  line of PostCards.  See our new line  KNOB HALL AVENUE g  A Likely Event  Thoughtful  Germans    look   upon  the present situation   in   Great Britain with unconcealed anxiety, not so  [much on'account  of the  growth of  ' the British navy or the hostility and  suspicion   displayed    so    widely   in  England,   but   on   account    of   the  possibility of the fall  of the present  Asquith ministry  and   the* return to  power   of a   Conservative   government.     Since  the last   by-elections,  with    their     steady      Conservative  gains, a  number  of prominent publicists in the   Fatherland  arc pointing   out   that a   change   of government will probably bring in its train  in the United Kingdom the doctrine  oi' tariff  reform���a   measure  which  will hit German  industry  far harder  than the   English   patent  legislation  that forced so many German factories   to   establish   branch    establishments in England.     That the fall of  tlic Liberal government is imminent  is prophesied as a certainty.  Hermann von Rath, a prominent  member ofthe Prussian Diet, points  out in an article in the "Tag" lhat  for this menace the Germans and  their navy development are in part  lo blame, since one of the factois  behind this movement to abandon  free trade is the need for more revenue to bear the cost of England's  big naval program wlvch has been  imposed upon the already enormous  burdens for old-age pensions, national insurance and other social  legislation. If England adopts a  customs tariff,   Germany, which has  Fifty per cent, of J  The   missionaries   and their supply ships are I  as likely to carry measles as are thej  fur traders."  d. l. Mcelroy  SOLE AGENTS FOR  PRINCETON COAL  Dealer in Lumber, Shing-les,  Lath  and Cedar  Poles.      Stull Lag-gan.  First-Class Fir & Tamarac Wood.  MOVING MACHINERY OUR SPECIALTY  A Wonderful Discovery. I If Tired of Wood, try-Princeton Coal  An eminent scientist, the other day,  gave his opinion that the most wonderful discovery of recent, years was  the discovery of Zam-Buk. Jusfc  think! As soon as a single thin layer  of Zam-Buk i.s applied to a wtnuid or a  sore, such 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  i.s applied to a sore or a cut. or to skin  disease, it stops the smarting. That is  whv children are such friends of Zam-  Buk. Thev 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 ore  so stimulated that new healthy tissue  is quickly formed. This forming ot  fresh hcalthv tissue from below is  Zam-Biik's secret of healing. The tissue thus formed is worked up to the  surface ami literally casts off the  diseased tissue above it. This is why  ���Zani-Biik cures are permanent.  Onlv the other day Mr. Marsh, of  101, beloiimiei- . avenue, Montreal,  called upon (.lie Zam-Buk company,  and fold t.heni that for over 25 years  lu* had been a martyr to eczema. His  hands had been at cine time so covered  with sores that he had to sleep in  gloves. Four years ago Zam-Buk was  introduced to him, and in a few  months it cured him. Today���over  three years after his cure of a disease  he had for twenty-five years���he b  still cured, and has had no trace of  any return of the eczema!  All druggist*! sell Zam-Buk at 59c.  box, or we will send free trial box if  you send this advertisement and a lc.  stamp (to pay return postage). Address Zam-Buk (Jo., Toronto.  Buffer, Eggs, etc,  CASCADE FANCY BUTTER, 45c. per lb.  "EMPRESS" FANCY BUTTER, 40c. per lb.;   2 lbs. for 75c.  ONTARIO CHEESE, 25c. per lb.  PURE LEAF LARD, 5 lb. pail for$1.00  SUGAR CURED HAMS, 25c. per lb.  CHOICE BREAKFAST BACON, 27c. per lb.  FRESH FARM EGGS, 40c. per dozen  FRESH AND SALT FISH.  Wholesale and Retail Butchers and Produce Merchants  PHOENIX, B.C.        PHONE 2  r  ���   ;_._.'     . ._    FU_m..!.JW..���U~JU��BJ.ILLU.   Public Notice  Notice is hereby given that after  September 30th, the Miners' Union  weeklv   dances  will  be   discontinued.  -���tHT���TTren*"*��������**im'ra*iam**l*"''ll'l*'B*a  u> ballroom will   be let lo   any party  with Great Britain the  largest trade   for the sum of $15.  Summer Jewelry  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   $1.50 to $3.50 per pair  TIE   PINS to match signet; and other styles.     Engraved free  $1.00 and up.  SEE OUR WINDOW.  SEE OUR WINDOW  ./p.  ���:\IJ  ii  II  J j '   "fa��**��?,  .I5'*. ���'?*'*�����*.    ->l   r ,t  WV *  5    "v   i,  THE    PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA  tit  I "fc  #8  Local and General  m  No Other Hosiery  Offers This���  Foot-clothing that fits with absolute perfection, for'  reasons you will readily see if you'll glance at tlie  picture here'. . . the only hose made that is permanently shaped to the foot and leg, and that is both  Seamless  and  Snug-Fitting  Y?u would not think of buying hose with a seam up the front  i of the leg wouldn't that be  ugly and uncomfortable?  I Probably you buy the kind with a seam up the back only  1 because you didn't know   there was a kind free from that  tfsSort  and   unsifihtlin**.     There is.  however.   You  ^an get the better kind in any weight  or color  if you  buy hosiery made by  t+4  Penmans   Limited  Paris - Canada  Underwear,   St/eaters,    Hosiery  <���*���  76  *!!*  FuUFashipned  > Seamless '*  I"?  Diseases of Men  CURED  " I positively'cure three-fourths of  ulUtKetcases thatuare, absolutely incurable by any methods other than  thoseH employ. I dp not, care who  ha&tveatett,yoiior,how long or by"!   ��� ,   ,im      ^ -   ������ ?-.-    ���,---... rented.    .Lower floor  **'- n> (^inxoth'od.'ni' ���All'.���letters%1 are   given |l can. be *used? for any kind'of business;  I special attention.; *<���'-.,',!lj/.V, >. ,"*1* II very cheap, part cash, vest terms; no  "���rvn*' !1?'U1'1 CV'Q    ' 4 �� 'encumbrance;"clear"title; 'a  money  Thanksgiving Day has been fixed for  Monday, October 28th.  Mrs. N. Sweetser left on Wednesday  to visit her people in Tacoma.  There will be no service on Sunday,  Oct. 12, in the Methodist church.  c I  Born���At Phoenix, on Sunday, Oct.  6bh, to Mr. and Mrs. A. Kohrdt, a bon.  W. Rowe, of Calgary, is the guest of  his uncle and aunt, Mr. aud Mrs. Jas.  McKeown. ,  British Columbia is a splendid country for men, but extremely hard cm  women and horses.  Do you require the services of an expert piano tuner. If so. Call up- Chas.  King, King's hotel.  W. S. Macy, of the Macy Hotel Co.,  returned to Spokane on Friday after a  few days' visit to town.  B. 'Mastberg of Nelson, arrived in  town on Saturday for a few days visit  to his daughter, Mrs. W. "Wilson,  Frank McDougall, who was among  the Phoenix visitors to Vancouver, recently, returned on Thursday from  the coast.  W. B. Cochrane, of the firm of Miller and Cochrane, of Grand Forks,  was a visitor in town for a few days  this week.  Wm. Campbell, who has been under  medical care for some days past, was  discharged from the general hospital  on Thursday  W. Backliu, father of Mrs. W. Dawson, who has been a visitor here for  some, days returned to his home in  Spokane on Monday.  Mrs. G. W. Elkins and children returned to town, on Saturday, after a  few months spent in Oregon, where  Mrs. Elkins had gone in search oi  health.  ' John Love, druggist, of Phoenix,  passed through Hedley on his motor  cycle, recently, on his way to the coast.  The'journey from Keremeos to Hedley  was made in 38 minutes.  Mr. aud Mrs. Roy Turner of Vancouver, arrived in town on Thursday.  Mr. Turner has taken up his duties as  diamond* setter on the drilling staff of  Boyles Bros.  Bob Jones, who suffered an injury to  the 'drum of one of his ears, left on  Monday to consult a specialist in Spokane. Bob claims he was a little too  close to an explosion. ���  known as the BinerJ     The two injured men   who   were  in'towri; four suites 1 admitted to the hospital  during, the  well furnished fori week, one suffering from   a  broken  T77  HOSIERY  Church Services  Methodist Church���Sunday school  and Bible class,,2.30 p.m.; evening,ser-  vice,' 7.30 p.m. 'Prayer meeting, Thursday evening, 7.45 p.m.  The Services on Sunday in St. John's  Church are: Holy Communion at 7.30  a.m., Morning Prayer at 10.30, Holy  Communion at 11 a.m., Sunday School  at 2.30 p.m.,   Evening Prayer at 7.30.  Rev. Ii. B. Lee, Rector.  *' ' . ���>      '       t t    e  The  stated services in the Catholic  church are as follows: ' First aud third  Sundays" in" the month.    Mass at  10  a.m.,(   Sunday  School    at   2.30   pm.;  Evening" Service at'J 7.30  p.m.    Rev.  Father Ohoinel, pastor.  I .if J-- -. ''-    '-s::���*,*..-' l  Business' Snaps   -class three-roomed  "cheap.   For terms",  Capitalists Interested in B. C.  Anglo-American capitalists, heretofore conducting extensive mining  operations in the Transvaal, are  preparing to thoroughly explore the  mineral resources of Eastern B.C.,  along the line of the Grand Trunk  Pacific railway, between the present head of steel, and Fort George.  Samples of ore brought out this  summer give high returns.  G. L. McDonnell, mining engineer, who has been connected with  the Sandeman-Cope company, also  engaged with mining groups of the  London Stock Exchange and Johannesburg, made the foregoing announcement in Edmonton, a few  days ago. He has taken up with  the Edmonton Board of Trade, the  question of establishing an assay  office for the convenience of prospectors.  Mr. McDonnell intimated that if  the ore proves in quality and quanti-  as foreshadowed by prospect, a  large smelting plant may be located  either in the vicinity of Tete Juan  Cache or in the Fort George district. He said: "Edmonton should  be the headquarters for the mining  engineers exploiting the territory  of eastern B.C.. That part is enormously rich in mineral, one of the  richest I have ever seen. We have  located properties which will be developed by the parties I represent.  I expect to leave for Great Britain  in a short time and will return in  the spring to supervise the opening  up of the property.  SUCCESSORS TO JOHN LOVE  We have a high-class line of  Drugs, Toilet  Stationery, Confectionery,  and everything in the line of a well-equipped  Drug  Store, at a moderate price.  PRESCRIPTIONS ARE A SPECIALTY  and every Article as the Doctor orders.  Phoenix Drug Company  'Phone 16. T. S  Ouancc, Manager  .'     MUSEUM  210 Howard St., Spokane, Wash.  .pSee  ���7  DRAYING  *  making .chance ^to, jright.^pavLy  owner on premises.  Ranch,for Sale���320 acres at $35 per  acre.v Included in the sale are the  following effects: 1 jiiower, 1 rake,  ploughs, drag harrows, 1 team, harness and wagon, 1 set sleighs, household goods, 1 barn a,nd a five-roomed  house.' Four springs on'property; run-/  iiing water the year round;   between /  Collar bone, and the other severe  cuts on-the head, are progressing  satisfactory. - ���  '���Page Boyles, diamond drill expert,  of Spokane, who has been in town for  a few days,' left this morning for Van  couver, en route for the Granby company's Hidden Creek mines, wheie he  has an extensive diamond drilling con  tract.  D- The People!  That  bloated   and   heavily  subsidized   autocrat,   the  C. P. R.,   turns  i '  out to be more human than we  thought. So long as the papeis  of the country continue to pipe its  praises all is well, but on the other  hand let some editor, smarting under an injustice, venture to express  his disapproval, the shoe begins to  pinch, and all is not well.  An article which appeared in our  issue of Sept. 28, has evidently  reached a tender spot in the carcass  of the great Canadian octopus, for  I on Thursday evening we were in  receipt of a telegram, the reading of  which informs us that the great  and highly-paid servant of the peo  pie had been so perturbed by the  article in question that in future this  mouthpiece of public opinion must  no longer expect to be the advertising medium for the great "commei-  cial" patriot.  fn other words,   for pointing out  j ij,     "     --,---,��� -   -���    '    1     T. Scotfc, .whose  chief aim iti  life is  -   n    - ���* i ,   IfoLtyand fifty acres cultivated, most-/+���,,,,.:��-��� at rr    ��?*--.. ��,{��, , .���   i�����- ���  Of all kinds promptly attended  ly in hay; W aort.smsily cleaied and/^'T    f-��:   a5^r h^ "f "e> le/b.��n I u "  eighty acres fenced. Terms, half cash, / -Monday for the Coeur D'Alene mining-/ a grave abuse, we are pasted in the  baiance��on��reasonable terms; discount/ camps; aftei; working there for some/ company's Index Expurgatorius. AI-  foi cash. j time, Thos. intends to steer a sjig-zag  / course for the principal mining centres  pTjpi j|-��   ���Krr\-T%Tf^rr / in the states in a laudable endeavor to  Sr\J DL,Lk,  ri\J X LK*XL. acquire practical first-hand expeccience.  Great Northern Railway  GLACIER NATIONAL PARK ROUTE  Train leaves Phoenix daily, except Sunday at 9 a.m., connecting at Grand Forks with trains for Nelson, Rossland, Coal-  mont 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 change, making connections  for Denver, St.   Louis,  Omaha, etc.  These three trains all Electric Lighted throughout, Standard  and Tourist berths, dining cars with best of service.  Call or. write an-d let us figure out your route, face, etc.; all  information gladly furnished.  W. X. PERKINS, Agent.  B9  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  Cio-ars, Tobacco and Smokers' Sundries  Patent Medicines.  Toilet Articles.  AL. ALMSTROM  All the Latest Newspapers, Magazines  J  , to.'   Rapid  Express  and   Baggage Transfer.     Careful atten-  i-r j t * '  tion to all orders.      Phone A65  \ time, Thos. intends to steer a sig-zagf thouffh  the  articJe   {n   question was  -i.  James G. McKeown  Electric Restorer for Mew  PhoSfihonol restores every nerve in the body  rnwpnunui tn jtg prope-f tension; restores'  vim and vitality. Premature decay and all sexual  weakness averted at ence.   Shospliopol _,wiU  TAKE NOTICE that I intend to  apply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for a renewal of "the  Liquor License held by nie for the  HartforcLHotel, Hartford Junction. v  " Dated at Phoenix, .this 1st day of  October, 1912.  : ". 7- *    (Signed)  ' J. J. BASSETT.  CURED  8��" NO NAMES .USED;WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT.;  Confined to His Home for Weeks.  8&    ~>  fflftJl V  m  mi  m  "Heavy jrork, severe straining and evil habits In youth brought on  % arlcuje veins. * when I \. orked hard the achlne would become  so-.eroandl was often laid up lor a week at a time. My family  physician told mo an operation was my only hope���but I dreaded it.  I tried several specialists, but soon found out all they wanted was my  money,   T .*��~t���.        -���-.       -.  fr  a:  'A  they i*erp square and skillful. 'I wrote them'and got The New  Method Treatment. My progress was somewhat slow and during  tho flrat month's treatment I waa somewhat discouraged., However,  Icontlnued treatment for three months longer1 and was rewarded  -- vrith a complete cure.   I could only earn $12 a week in a machine  K shop before treatment, now I am earning $21 and never loose a day.  \  I wish all sufferers knew of your valuable treatment.  �� HENRY O. LOCUST.  HAS  YOUR   BLOOD   BEEN   DISEASED?  BLOOD POISONS are the most prevalent and mosit serious diseases. They sap the  very life blood of tho victim and unless ��ntirely eradicated from the system will cause  ��?J?mU^5mpll0ati?-??- Beware-of Mercury. It may suppress the symptoms���our NEW  HETiIOD cures all blood diseases. ,  YOUNG OB MIDDLE AGED MEN.���Imprudent acts or later excesses have broken  down yoiT systrai. ^ ou feel the symptoms stealing over vou. Mentally, physically and  vitally you aie not the man you used to be or should be. Will youheed thedangor signals?  RPhHPI? -Are you a victim? Have you lost hope? Are you i-t-iJtapr to marry? Has  III.HUL.ii your blood been diseased? Have you aty ivc-^-cs..? Our New Method  1 bbatjicsttv ^ I euro you. What it lias done for others it w..l clo for you. Consultation  *     '-* ' " ' *-���r<-t opinion Frro of Charge.  on Diseases of Men.  Kroe.   No malfcr -nho has treated you, wrKo for an horV��  Books Free���"Boyhood, Manhood, Fatherhood."   (Illustrated)  ' NO NAMES USED WITHOUT WRrTTFN CONSENT. PRIVATE. No names on  Fi^TORHoi^TREA^IENT Confidenti*1'  Q*��-����ioa U*t and Cost cf Treatment  The Woman's Auxiliary of St. John's  church, have completed, arrangements  in connection with the "exchange" to  be' held in the store adjoining the  clothing establishment of N. J. Carson.  The ladies have prepared quite a display of home-made delicacies, including tarts, pies, candies and taffy. The  sale cominenesat 2.30 inuthe afternoon  and continues all day.   '  The Scandinavian Aicl and Fellowship society are to giv,e another of  their popular basket sociods on Monday  October 14th. As usual, when that  society originates anythin^hithe social  line, then* guests are tolerably certain  of a royal time, and from all accounts  the forthcoming one is tc> be by no  means an exception to their rule. A  dance will also be given in connection.  Needless to say, a very hearty invitation is extended to everyone.  / Thos. Brown, J. l^inlay and Geo.  Huwson returned to town on Tuesday  from their trip to <:oast points. Mr.  Brown was among the spectator* at  the great lacrosbo inatch Cornwall vs.  New Westminster. He thought so  much of the playing of the easte.-n  team that he leffu long bciore the  match was finished. All of the ie-  turning travellers .speak highly of tlie  New We.stiniubU-r fail, which when  they were theie. gave every piomise of  being a great iniancial .success. Vancouver was full o't visiting Boim-  d.iryiles, while ,ut unusually strong  delegation were present fiom Hie  Klocan disttict.  published about a fortnight ago, 1t  has taken the responsible nonentities all this time to make up their  mind, or could it be possible that  the telegram had taken the C. P. R.  with its usual celetity, twelve days  to reach the Pioneer office.  Slight Breakdown of Hoist  On Wednesday last a break occurred in the friction shaft of the  Victoria hoist, unfortunately necessitating the closing of that outlet for  a couple of days. The machinist  department, however, have so ably  overcome the situation that by this  evening the splendid hoist is confidently expected to be in active commission again.  Shoes that Fit!  We make a specialty of Miners'  Shoes; good fit, nice shape, and  nothing but the best of stock used  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  NICK PALORCIA,  Knob Hill Ave. Phoenix, B.C.  James Boyd died in Grand Forks  last week. He was 78 years of age,  and one of the oldest prospectors in  the district.  , SOLD THE  WORLD OVER  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Grfcwold St., Detroit, Mich.  SfllTi S* S?       A11 letters f ���m Canada must be addressed  wBIWIh       to our Canadian Correspondence Depart-  SGHasBHHsasaaBSHHi     ment in Windsor, Ont.   If you desire to  see us personally call nt our Medical Institute in Detroit as we see and treat  no patients in our Windsor offices which are for Correspondence and  laboratory for Canadian business only.   Address all letters as follows:  ,    DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windsor, Oat,  V/.-Iic x0? Our private a<3drcan.  ��vi:.  Millinery Display  Miss Huffman, millinei of Grand  Forks, will be in the Sample Rooms,  opposite the Biooklvn hotel, vs itli a  full lange of FALL and WINTER  MILLINERY, on TUESDAY, On.  15th, and invites the ladies to call  and inspect her  display.  Ste  wart   carmp   is-   looking   for  livu lumbei company lo settle, th  ir  a J  ere. ��  SEALED TENDERS addressed to the  undersigned, and endorsed ''Tender for  Wharf at Seymour Arm, B.C." will be  leceived at this office until 4 p.m., on  Tuesday, October 29, 1912, for the construction of a Pile Bent Wharf at Seymour Arm, District of Cariboo, B.C.  Plans, specification and form of contract can be seen and forms of tender  obtained at this Department and at the  ofEices of C. C. Worsfold, Esq., District  Engineer, New Westminster, B. C, F.  W. Aylner, Esq., District Engineer,  Chase B.C., and on application to the  Postmaster at Seymour Arm, B. C.  Persons tendering arc notified that  tenders will not be considered unless  made on the printed forms supplied,  and signed with their actual signatures,  stating their occupations and places of  residence. In the case of firms, the  actual signature, the nature of the  occupation, and place of each member  of the firm must be given.  Each tender must be accompanied by  an accepted cheque on a chartered bank,  payable to the order of the Honourable  the Minister of Public. Works, equal to  ten per cent (10 p.c.) of the amount of  tho tender, which will be forfeited if the  person tendering decline to enter into a  contract when called upon to do so, or  fail to., complete the work contracted for.  If the tender be not accepted the cheque  will be returned.  The Department does  not bind itself  to accept the lowest or any tender.  By order.  It. C. DERROCHEUS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Work.-!,  Ottawa, Sept. 27, 1912.  Newspapers will r.ot! f paid for this  advertisement if tl   ���   ������ sect it without  authority from the Department.���27958.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Noi til-  west Territories and in a portion of f In-  Province of British Columbia- may lie-'  leased for a term of twenty-one years  at an annual rentalof $1 an acre.. Not  more than'2,560 acres will be leased to  one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant 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 unsiir-  veyed territory the tract applied for  shall be staked out by the applicant  himself.'  Each application mii.st be accompanied by a fee of $."i 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:tlie mine at the rate of five  cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the .Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity o  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal m'ining  tights are not being operated, such returns should be furnished at least once  a year.  The lease will include tho coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whalev.M* available  .surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at the rate of .$10.00 aii acre.  For full information application  .should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa,  or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W. VV. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���Unauthorized   publication   o  this advertisement will not be paid for  RECO STEAM LAUNDRY  Don't worry about your washing,  just send your clothes to the  Laundry. We will wash, starch,  and iron tliem, and return them  ready for use.  LAD IKS'   AND    KNTSV SUITS  CLEANED AND PRESSUD.  A Trial Solicited.  Phone 50.   Dominion Ave.  -V8&  I  1  W:',  '��A.WAriH.��C,..iyVif'ZlK4S��C4"U',M(��  AMIwil


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