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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Sep 21, 1912

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Array |T�� ��***toim-Ts �����   MNUAMXiiM^xbim  *^rPvws��"'^r*F   .��      "'*".>^wt JE1���rfiAffli.   I i.m 'JftHMH |AT ia^<Wi)iWli*ln'TI -T T    t*W**M��IC**'*���*���*�����  t Art.-��w<��^"W(^r��<��*"'*','J^1  ���_..^v^^^  ?���  Is.  I"'  &v  '*���  !*������  ft  V*  The largest copper ) unes. in  the Dominion are situated  at Phoenix. The Granby  Co. employs 500 men, and  has a monthly pay roll of  over .$50,000, while thu Rawhide pay roll is $18,000.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining: District  . _i L.  FOURTEENTH YEAR  PHOENIX,  B.C., SATURDAY, SEPT.  21,   1912  Number 10  B.C. Mining  During- the past year there were  252 mineral claims staked in the  Cariboo district, the greater number of these being in the vicinity of  Fort George and Tele Jaune Cache.  A statement recently made by  August Heinze, that a boom may be  expected in: Rossland within six  months is interpreted by some to  mean that he himself may have  something to do with starting it.  For the fifth month in succession  the Standard mine, at Silverton,  has declared a dividend of $50,000,  making a total of $275,000 paid to  the shareholders since the initial  dividend of $25,000 was distributed  in April last.  Eugene Croleau rec��ntly paid a  visit of inspection to the coal property near Midway, in which he is  interested and appeared lo be much  pleased with the outlook. Over  a thousand feet of underground  work has been done and shipment  i.s expected to commence in about  six months. A large body of coal  is said to exist, specimens of which  took first prize at last year's Spokane Interstate fair.  This week the deep-level adit of  the Slocan Star mines, Limited, at  Saudon, crosscut the ledge at about  2100 feet from the portal. The  ledge is eighteen feet in width.  "Drifting has been commenced. The  striking of the ledge at a vertical  depth of 1000 feet is another proof  that'the ore bodies of the Slocan do  "go down." The next to come into line will he the Paine and the  Idaho-Alamo. The mines that have  been proved with depth are the Van  Roi, Standard, Rambler-Cariboo,  Lucky-Jim, Surprise and Star, with  a number of others that have  reached a depth of 400 and 500 feet.  ���Slocan Record.  James Petrie has taken the contract lo deepen the shaft of the  Klue Bird from the 200-foot  level to  The shaft is 5x8. Mr. Petric has  nine men at work and is running  two shifts. Lyman Carter, manager of the mine, is anxious to reach  a substantial depth, so that the  mine may be operated to the best  advantage. With 300 feet of backs  and the ore body strong and well  defined from the collar of the shaft  down to the 200-level, there is every  reason to believe that it will continue downward to . the 300 level  and further. When a depth of 300  feet is reached, and drifts extended  along the ledge on the 100, 200 and  300 fool levels, there will be plenty  of ground from which to slope ore,  while the shipments can be kept up  continuously.  That an iron field of great magnitude and of quality has been proved  on Quinsam   lake  in   the  Campbell  river valley is now, beyond question,  and a  syndicate  headed   by   R. W.  Jones,    ex-lieutenant    governor   of  Minnesota, Senators E. B. Hawkins  and W.    H.   Stone,   L.   C.   Barnett  and  W.   II.   Cole,    all   experienced  men in the   iron business  of Minnesota,   have   been   working   for   the  past two years uncovering and prospecting the  ground  within   an   area  of twenty thousand   acres, and have  now   at   least   two   million   tons of  high-grade iron   ore   read}' for shipment when  the   railways, which are  now being  surveyed, are  built, will  be   mosl   encouraging   news   to the  people of Vancouver  island  and the  Pacific   coast."    With   the   immense  water power, of the .Campbell riveri  and the   manufacturing   facilities   in  the way   of ample , coal supplies; and  bhipping*accommodation��� at Duncan  bay,   there    is   little   doubt   that ra  large iron industry will in the future  be   built   up.    Analysis   of samples  taken   from   eleven   different   places  over an   area of 200   acres   give returns of from  f'5.3 to 70.2 per cent  metallic   iron,; while   the   combined  analysis of the eleven samples shows  only  .029 per cent phosphorus   and  .008 per cent  sulphur.���B. C.   Mir  GRANBY VICE-PRESIDENT'S  ADVICE TO SHAREHOLDERS  Earnings from Phoenix Sufficient to Equip and Place on Paying  Basis the Hidden Creek Mines���Ore in Sight at Hidden  Creek, 4,500,000 Tops; Phoenix, 6,000,000 Tons.  Granby's future is assured beyond any possibility of doubt, says Geo.  L. Walker, in Boston Commercial. The company has before it along  life of productivity, and its earnings in the future should considerably exceed even the best record they have ever made in the past.  The purchase, development and equipment of the Hidden Creek  property undoubtedly will be financed exclusively from earnings, excepting, of course, the 1,500 shares of treasury stock which was issued in  part payment for the property to one of the -several owners who refused  to part with his holdings for cash. His confidence in the property made  him determined to retain an interest in it.  Vice-President Jay P. Graves, who deserves more credit than any  other one individual for the establishment of Granby on an earning basis  originally, and also for the rehabilitation of the company and the expansion that is now going on, in replying lo a stockholder who wrote him  recently as to the advisability of disposing of his holdings of Granby, says:  "I do not think it advisable for stockholders of the Granby company  to sell their stock at this time. The company has used during the past  two years a large part of its earnings for the purchase of a new and  large copper property on the north side of British Columbia, north of  Prince Rupert about SO miles, known as Hidden Creek, and in addition  to this has been developing this property for about two years, spending  large sums of money in surface* development for successful operation, and  is planning- to ultimately build a large reduction works there for the treatment of the ores.  "The development which has taken place on these mines since their  purchase has more than come up to our engineer's expectations. I think  it is safe to say that approximately 4,500,000 or 5,000,000 tons of ore has  been actually put in sight by development work, which will show a  higher percentage of copper than the ore mined by our company at Phoe-  A Short Visit  The  death,   under   very sad   circumstances,  of W. Jarrett,   son  of  Mrs.   R.   Pritchard,   took place  on  Sunday morning at the home, of the  latter,   on   Ironsides   avenue.     For  over a year  he  had  been suffering  from   an   internal   ailment   and   for  some  considerable   time   had   been  unable to follow his employment in  one of the  Spokane banks.     Some  time ago   bis  mother  went to Spo-  ane   in order   to  be   near   him, and  the  deceased,  who   had   previously  been   in     Phoenix,    persuaded   his  mother to bring  him here,  the poor  fellow   thinking    the   mountain   air  would benefit his health.    In accordance with his wish they left Spokane  on Saturday  nforning, but   his stay  in   the  British   Columbia mountains  was short   indeed,   for  a  few hours-  after his arrival a  complete collapse  occurred,   the    end   coming  quietly  early on  Sunday   morning.     A funeral service was held in the Methodist church the same evening, and on  Monday   Mr.    and   Mrs.   Pritchard  accompanied  the   remains   to Spokane where  the  final interment took  place.     The   deceased   boy   was   of  an unusually   bright disposition and  extremely   kind   to  his mother and  sister,   both    of   whom    have     the  heart-whole   symyathy-of   the   en  tire  community    in    their   bereavement.  nix in the past  "From the fact that you, as a stockholder, held" your   stock   duringl      While the. ore. traun   wa;s Passin�� \ drilling has  been   commenced,  and  depressed conditions   of  the   market, arid  your  earnings have gone into! a ,' Polnt   this    side    ot    tourtn    of  Caught A Rattlesnake  While the  Granby's New Option  M. G. Forbes, in his report to the  Provincial Department of Mines on  the Granby Consolidated company's  Hidden Creek mine, says that in  addition to the large amount of development work at the above mine,  and the extensive surface improvements it is making in connection  with these mines, including the erection of a smelter, the Bonanza  group of mineral claims is also being prospected by that company.  The  Bonanza group, consists   of  twelve   full   and   fractional   claims.  Part of this  property is within one  mile   of the   Granby's   smelter site,  and the group  extends clear  down  to  tidewater.    The  company  holds  these claims   under option   of purchase from   H. Doyle  and associate  owners.        The   purchase   price   is  $70,000, and under the terms of the  option    the   company    has   a   year  within which to explore the property  and   decide   whether   or   not  it will  purchase   it.    The  agreement  also  includes the stipulation that not less  than $1000 per month shall be spent  in  development work while  the option is held.     The ore showings are  stated to   be   strong  and  similar in  appearance at   the surface   to some  of those on the Hidden creek group.  As the character of the ore deposit  appears to  be like those  in the adjacent   mines,    it   is   expected    the  formation and   conditions generally  will    also   be   similar.       Diamond-  ��� ��� . the first 20ft. of core assayed, returns  these new properties, it will be necessary   to  hold  on for another year orUu!y,'    on    Saturday   morning   last, \fro'm\wo to "three"and ;one-half .per  year and a half ro realize the profits due   you which   will   come   from the\the enSlne crew d"iscerned ^d",amond \cen't  "cdpper-      The   oret'fromVopen .  rattlesnake   sunning  himself  on the \   '-���   ���* ���      ������ .-'i-', ��..  ���   ��� ".   *~ ��� *' ---'"''-' -v. .'-  fact that they have been used to acquire this new property.  "I   see   no   reason, why, with   fair, prices   of  metal, Granby  shares\'���ilroad  track.     After'a little'delt-  should not be sold at par or better when this  plant is   put   in   operation. Icate .manoeuvreing"   on  the   part   of  With present prices of metal, I am inclined to'believe  that   the  from the Granby plant at Grand Forks will be sufficient to fully equip the  new-property at Hidden Creek and put if on a paying basis."  The foregoing statement by Mr. Graves is characteristic. He has  never manipulated the company's stock or sought to advance it in price  by exaggerated estimates of its value or earning capacity. He has made  it plain in his letter that he feels that the future prosperity of Granby be  one of the trainmen, a noose was  fastened on its neck and the reptile  landed alive in-Phoenix. ' "Its length  was a little over three feet and  there were six rattles. The presence of rattlesnakes in the locality  in which   it was   found   is  quite  un  cuts runs from three to five'per cent"  and up to as high as nine "per cent  in copper.  the 300,   says   the   Rosslnnd   Miner, j ing Excliangc.  THE BIG STORE  GROCERY DEPT.  Y  Fancy Peaches, $1.25 Box  it  it  Apples,  ums,  1  a  1.00 Crate  lomrs to present stockholders and therefore he advises them to keep theirlusua'' '"   fact   very :few  have  stock. I seen for years so far up.     The sped  i.    ��� i       .      _���    .���    ..   s~        i        ��� - ..   i    d.<M nnn/men has   been   preserved   by   Theo.  It   is   understood    tli��t   Granby   is   eartmur approximately $130,0001 a. e-l    /���   i-    i    .   t '/-       \t r-    ,  J ��� Binerof the Colin hotel. Grand Forks,  monthly, which is at the rate of more than   $10 a   share   annually on   its  capital stock, and a/so that 'the company has surplus of quick assets, represented by cash and copper in process and in transit, of $700,000 or  more.  The statement made two years ago that the company had "only"  6,000,000 tons of ore started a panic of selling among stockholders,  which depressed the price of the shares to a fraction of their actual value.  Since that time approximately 2,000,000 tons of ore has been mined from  the Phoenix property and the amount left in sight at present exceeds  6,000,000 tons, more new ore having been developed than has been  mined.  In addition to its two big mines and smelter Granby owns a substantial interest in the Crow's Nest Pass Coal company, which controls  the largest deposit of coal in Canada, and it also owns a water power  which will be developed in the not distant future and be of great earning  power and value. There is every reason for confidence that Granby  stock will eventually prove to be worth more than $100 a share as an investment, and there are possibilities that it may sell higher in the future  than it ever has in the past.  News from Hidden Creek  The contract for clearing the new  townsite of Granby has been awarded to   D.   Kean   of  Prince   Rupert,  who has  a   number  of men already  . /at work on   the project.     Some lots  I have lately  been   sold   and building  ! has   commenced on   a  few  of them  already.  A Fall Suit  Let us have Your order for  PEACHES AND PLUMS  Boundary Ore Tonnages  Following are the returns of the  output of the Granby mines and  smelters for the week ending- Sept.  15th, and the B.C. Copper company  Deported  Inspector Mair, who is in charge  of immigration affairs at the international line, during- the temporary  absence, in   Vancouver, of the reyu-  for the week ending Sept.   8th, and   kir officer,   P.   W.   MeCallum,   was  for Preserving- NOW  1  year to date:  Granby   Mother Lode.  Rawhide   Napoleon   Lone Star. . . .  Others   .26.6S3  .   S.201  .   5,300  300  866,494  346,04-0  163,487  7,178  2,022  10,652  FOR  Cantelopes, Watermelons,  Cucumbers, Cauliflower,  Grapes, Egg Plant, Green  Corn, etc., etc., etc.          212  SMELTliK TONNAC.KS  Granby 26,000   920,435  C. Copper Co.. . 15,232   476,21S  B  High Cost of Living  The August report of the Department of Labor dealing- with the cost  of living is expected to show another slight decrease as to the cost  of some commodities. The exact  figures have not been made up, but  it is known that (he index number  indicating the general level of prices  will be slightly lower than for the  previous month, but will still be  several points higher than it was a  year ago.  in town  for a  few  hours   this week-  looking for a certain individual who  bad slipped into the country without  complying with   the requirements of  the   immigration   law.     During   his  presence in  the camp, the  inspector  went   into   the    case   concerning   a  woman of the   underworld,   and evidently considered   her  a   fit   subject  for deportation,   for on Wednesday  she   left,   by   request,   for   Marcus.  From all reports the individual mentioned   was   a   particularly   troublesome character,   and   reputed   to  be  very handy with the six-shooter.  B. C. Copper Treatment  The B. C. Columbia, company's  smelter treated 15,232 tons of ore  this week, as follows: Mother Lode,  7,238; Rawhide, 7,492; Napoleon,  328; others,  174.  Should not onlv  mmmt^aMmasmaaausaauMmaaaasMsam^^^^^^^^m  be attractive in  design,   but   it  should Fit perfectly and be  made faultlessly.  OUR  Stylish Clothes  i  A newspaper is   to   be  lablishcd at Granby.  shortly  es-  ^or men arc built ng"ht in every way.     There is  more  real snap, style and value in our Suits and  Over-  than you  will   find  in   most garments  that-  even  hio-her prices.     You  can  ah ays expect a saving- of a few dollars when you buy here.  coats  sell at  Great variety of Goods to Choose From  i - ���  i>  1   '���'���!  -:A  ?: il  i j  (i  j  A  raswsB :f��|  \  __ f.  r-w  i ^ji   j v      r-��    s��v '-falM-r      yj ww  v'",t-r_- j   ,^,(.���ii .,���,> ^, i        I    ..... '.Xl '         ii i '    '  n v t iiMP  .  '1 V*l'S  KM' '  THE    PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ���V'  King Edward Lodge  * No. 36, A.F. and A.M.  Regular communication at 8  p.m.   Second Thursday of  eacli month.' '  Emergent .meetings as called; Masonic  _   ��     B<jock  "W. J. Pkendeugast  Hall.JtfcHalc Block.  J. ,T. Haavtuorn,  '  ' Socy.  W.M.  6! ) ii  ���  ifcki-.if  1 >' '}"���>  I. O. O. F.  Snowshoe Lodge  No. 46  Meets every Monday Evening at  Miners' Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  v    David Tyson, Noble Grand.  Dan Paterson, Fin. Secy.  A. L. McKimion, Kec. Secy.  Kit  Daughters of Rebekah  Phoenix Lodge No. 17  Moo In in   tho   Minors'   Union   Lodgo  '    Hull Flrt,L diid Third Wednesdays.  Mr*. Itowio Bush, Noblo Grand.  Mrs. Efflo Miu-bhnll, Secretary.  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES  QpOOOCXJOOOXXXIOOOOOi JCoOOOO  5 WHAT CANADIANS   ��  y ARE DOING ��  ex��oooocxx>oooooooooooooooo  TWO Y. M. C. A. MEN  It 1b only sixty-six years since tho  Y. M. 0. A. movement had Its birth In  London,  Eng., and seven years later  It was transplanted to this continent  and Montreal bad the honour of organising the first association  on  the  North   America   continent.     The   organization In London  was the result  of the earnest zeal of a few young  men In a large dry goods establishment, under the leadership of Georgo  Williams.    Little did he tnlnk at that  time that he was sowing tho seeds of  Bitch an organisation as has developed  or for the laying of tho foundations  of a  religious  movement which  was  destined   to   spread   over   the   whole  world   and   result   in   such   spiritual  and   temporal   benefit   to  millions  of  young men.    George Williams before  he died saw groat things grow out of  small   beginnings.     He   was   himself  honored   by  his  King   who  bestowed  knighthood  upon  him.    The  late Sir  George's son is following worthily In  A LIGHT  Phoenix Aerie No. 158  Meets iu Union Hull, Friday Evenings.  Visiting brothers are ^^,lways welcome.  ��� ���  Quitman Work, W. P.  T. B. .Cosgrove, TV. Secy.  if   J  K. of P. Lodge,  No. 2S    "its'*  Meets Tub S3 ay Evening at 7.30.  Sojourning brothers cordially welcomed.  J. E. Caiitjbk, K. ol'Jt. b  H.M. Laing, C. C.  PALE BEER  Is Splendid for Family Use  That i.s the kind we have  for VOU.  Are You Run Down in Health ?  Order a Case or  two, and  see   how  rapidly you   will  improve.  'PHONE  23  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  LIMITED  Concentrates  exhibit.which is to take place on  his ranch. Mr. Austin will demonstrate his system of farming by irrigation and will show some of the  remarkable results ho has obtained  by the use of his system.  As a result of the finding of a  small piece of gold quart/ in a poultry yard at Kerrisdale, a few clays  ago, all (he neighboring hen yards  have received considerable attention  at the hands of their owners, but up  to the present no more nuggets  have been reported.  Work is shortly to commence on  the new sanitarium at Sinclair  springs, on the Banff-Windermere  autcjmobilc road. Samples ol* the  waters have been submitted for analysis by leading British chemists,  including Sir William Murray, who  found the waters strongly impregnated with radium.  C.   J.    Hurley    of  the   American  Bank of Alaska,   stales   that in all  probability  the   branch   at   Iditarod  will be closed   this  fall,   the outlook  being none too bright, due it is said  to the  advent of  the Guggenheims  into that  district, whose large scale  operations have driven all of the individual miners out of the camp and  forced merchants  to  all  close down  their establishments.  YOU PAY WHEN CURE!  Drs. if- * *. TAKE ALL RISKS  [M  7?  it-Si  r��s:  ,'W  77V  ��  r  Cured fcy the New Method Treatment  BSr-    NO NAMES OR PHOTOS USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT    -��E3  NERVOUS  DEBILITY  Thousands<  through Early I  lowing symptoms ���  dent and gloomy, specks buforo  kidneys irritable, pulpltntlon of *v  DlmDlos on tho fnco, oyos sunk ....  lifeless, distrustful, iaclc energy and strength, tired moraines, .  moods, weak muuhood, premature decay,  bono polus,  hair looso, mho Unoiic, etc.  YOU      WILL     BE     A     WRECK  Our New Method Treatment can euro you and ninkort nirin of you.   Under Its ���n"-  disoppea  gonaeucj  ody i  more...-  ������-���   .  earned dolwia.   We will cure you or no pay.  EVERYTHING PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL  READER:   No mattor who has treated you, ���write for an honest opinion Froo of Charge.  Book* Free-'The Coldcn Monitor"   (Illustrated)  on Secret Duenscs ofMcr..  QUESTION LIST FOR HOME TREATMENT SENT ON REQUEST  DrsKENNEDY&KENNEOY  Cor. Michigan Ave. and OriswoldSt,   Detroit, Mich.  All letters from Canada must be addressed  to our Canadian. Correspondence Dc-part-  . inent in Windsor, Out.    If you desire to'  PYTHIAN SISTERS  Mountain Temple Lodge No. 17  Meets in Pythian Hall, Ixwer Town  ' First and Third Thurbdays.  ! Wl>. Mny Aliiuitroin  ,'   M.B.C.  Mrs. A. D. MoKcnzio  M.R.C.  Vt'm.  TUIiMJULL,  President ��. 31. C. A.  Londou, On'.  FARES  It is planned to send another carload of Summerland apples to London this year. They are destined  for the Christmas market.  Non-resident hunters in British  Columbia, whether British subjects  or not, must procure the necessary  licenses' before taking the trail.  Geo. Cox and Win, Thomas were  drowned in Swan lake, near Vernon  a few days ago. They were duck  hunting when the boat capsized.  Ralph Gash, the 17-year-old son  of James Gash, of Fernie, was recently killed by being run over by  a motor on the Tipple at Coal creek.  The Burnaby council Jiave decreed that all persons within its  jurisdiction who engage in blasting  must be able to speak the English  language.  One  of the   biggest  realty deals  his   father's   footsteps   and   is   nol/y drowned in Swan lake, near Vernon house  at Hazleton.      Practically all  h^antLr\eWUsordear. ^ "^ " *���  days  ago.     They were duck the stores destined  for the up-coun-  From the time the organization ob- hunting when the boat capsized. try   posts   went   up  in   smoke.      A  tained a foothold In Montreal It -was . , . c    ���   ...      .������,  I not'long  before  It  began  to   spread Ralph Gash,   the  17-year-old   son serious problem now  faces the com-  I throughout' Canada   and   the   United f i���mps  f-.i.    nf  pprnjp    ���,_.   r(t pany and  grave doubts   have arisen  States. - At the present time there is otJ��*mes  Oasn,   ot   i'ernie,   was re- f     *           *  not    an    important    centre    in    the cently killed  by  being  run   over by as to   whether there will   be time to  W'JZ/^l^nw    " inotor on the Tipple at Coal creek.   rePlace aod distribute the goods be-  that is  without a branch of the or- ^r .  ganization.    At the outset the move-        The   Burnaby   council    have    de_  fore the w,nter setS l"'  ment was solely a spiritual one, the f ' . ,.     . The     presence     of   tuberculosis  members gathering for prayer meet-   creed    that   all   persons  within   its r ,        .,,.../-..���  ines  a.nd   Biblp  classpq      Their   znl    ������!���..��� u .    , , ' ;.        among poultry  in   British Columbia  J f.,        ^ j    .    i, , ���  j      .     .      jurisdiction who  engage in blasting-   . , . . .    .   ,    ,  led them to conduct all kinds of m.s- ,     ,     r-     ,��� 7   h''l��   determined    the   provincial  de-  sion work among  the pocr and no-   must be able to  speak the English . '  glected  classes  of   the  various   com-   Ian^uaee partment ot agriculture  to publish a  munltles. ��     s  ��� .        bulletin   on   the   subject.       Experi-  /nJmLenfhSur^^t"!^0? ��'        ����e   ^ ^   b'lZgeSt  rea,ty dea'S   ments   are   being  conducted  at  the  to principal points in Astern Canada   P-�����^JS3KST ����fSl2a    for *��me   time   WaS  ��^ot''ated   ,aSt  Guelph Agricultural   college   to dis-  and United States. I and this led to the opening of reading / week, in Kamloops, when the James I cover   further  dafi   on   the   subject  Tickets ar, FIRST CLASS, ,uid will/[-^-/Jbr^^ ranch,     comprising J700' find   oufc   how* tJ]e  difcease ,iay  /be conveyed   through   the   flesh and  In preparation for the  trapping season, many knights of  the lonely trail are outfitting in  Stewart. There is known to exist  a very prolific field for fur bearing  animals in the district drained by  the Naas river. For years this district has been given over to the Indians, but latterly the white trapper  has invaded the field and taken toll  of the animals in that region.  A $40,000 fire recently destroyed  the   Hudson   Bay company's   ware-  see us personally call at our Medical Institute in Detroit as we sec and treat  bo patieats in our Windsor offices which are for Correspondence and  Laboratory for Canadian business only.   Address all letters as follows:  DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windaoiv Ontv  .Write for our private address.  GO-CARTS  We have iust 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  Carts, at reasonable prices. Call and Sec Them.  GET   YOUR   CART   WHEELS    RE-TIREP  We have a machine  for Re-tiring Rubber  Wheels, and  are now in a position to  do  that   work   on   short  notice.  C. F. Edwards The Furniture Dealer  Stage Line  ho on sale JUAY 17, IS, M, 20; JUNE 3, j were used but as the cities grew ihe  , 0, 7, S, IS, U, 15, 17, 18, 19, 20. 21, 20, 21,  21, 25, 27, 28, 29, and many days dining  JULY, AUGUST and SEPTEMBER.  Good to Return untii Oct. 31st���  STOPOVERS ALLOWED  From PHOENIX AND KOOTENAY  POINTS TO  Winnipeg   -   -   -  $60.oo  -Toronto .    -   -   -  91.5o  ^Montreal    -   -   -  105.oo  ,.St. John, N.B.     -  120.00  St. Paul      -   -   -  6O.00  Chicago    --   - ,-  72.50  New York -   -   -  108.50  Boston        -   -   -  HO.oo  w  Ask yon local G. R R. Ticket Ag��>nt  regarding l-onU's, lunitb, stopovms,  etc., mid l'ov exclusion lures to othi>r  points.  J. 15. CARTER, Agent.  Phoenix, B. C.  j. A. Mcdonald,  District Passenger Agent,  Nelson, B. O.  Frisken     ranch,     comprising    1700  teres, changed hands for $45,000.  L Laurella an employee of the leggs to the human'famiJy  Lucky Jim mine, in the Slocan, was poJ;ce Qfficers Carey and George  severely injured last week in a of the chilliwack police recently  missed hole explosion.   It is thought) made a  smart capUire of a Chinese  who   was    carrying    on   an    opium  Phoenix-  Greenwood  Leave Phoenix, upper town, .8.45. a.m. ] . -n:nlC  lower town,   9.CX3a.m. fStnndnro  --'��������� "? 00p.m. J  Leave Greenwood  PROMPT   ATTENTION   TO  ^- ���-��� ^^i^JLa^v  LAING, Proprietor  H.  M.  -I  WOOD  First-class Fir and Tam-  arac Wood, $5.50 per cord  Pine Wood,   $5.00 per cord.  Fir and Tamarac, double cut,  per cord, $7.00.  ���>j.-r  WOOD  DELIVERED   ON   SHORT  NOTICE. 'Phone B 32  J. A. DERBYSHIRE  Brock-rille.  Association ��oui)d its real work and  then began its present career of usefulness as an organization caring for  the spare hours of young men and  seeking to influence them to self-improvement.  The work of the Association is hest  stated by the definition that terms it  "an organization of young men for  mutual helpfulness, providing for the  young men of the community an at- !  tractive place of social enjoyment,  free from questionable influence and  equipped with helpful agencies for  their intellectual, social, physical and  spiritual welfare."  And no men have done more to  help on the splendid work in Canada  than J. A. Derbyshire of Brockville  and Mr, Wm. Turnbull, the President  of the London Ont Branch. Both  have given of their time and substance  to the cause.  fpK  my  ~  5V  K mtrrcsird an(! 'hou'd know  about tin" wondrrfui  MARVEL Whirling Spray  The nsw V.ifrmal Syringe     licit  ���Moilt convenient.   It cleanses  Instantly.      Ask yout  1 drugfibt forr-  i'lrhcMn.hot'Mipply th*  MAKVl'-i-acreptirioothn-,  bit veutl <����">1�� lor lilus'M ��>1  ' SUrtu���rfil-.l   It kI��m ful1 mile-     .,  flKTn1 .Hr-ctw.i Inv4l.i-.LI, to ladle,.  WIN'OCOR FVPPVY C ���>..  Wtedaor. Out. <"-����J Aeents f"'  SENATOK A. A. C.'LARIVIET.E  Ottawa  Mr. Lariviere's was one of the first  appointments of the Conservative  government and met with general  approval. ���; '��� ���  Hon. Mr. Lariviere whiile In the  House as a representative of Proven-  cher -was a front bench man, and he  was at one time Provincial Secretary  In the Manitoba government and Is  regarded as a representative French  Canadian. ��� .  ',���15..'  he may loose the sight of both eyes.  The social and moral reform  council of Canada have appointed  a national committee for the suppression of the white slave traffic in  Canada. They are receiving the  practical support of the government  of Canada.  Constable Dean, of the provincial  police, at Port Simpson, has been  despatched to the Naas river coun- \  \ try to investigate the shooting of an  Indian woman, news of which  was recently received at that northern port.  The Dominion government has donated a further $2,000 to the. Cadet  fund, having sent this amount direct  to Captain Davy in Australia, to be  used by him as he finds necessary.  This infomation was received by Dr.  Brydon-Jack.  One day last week a Vancouver  couple procured a marriage license  at 9 a.m.; at 9.30 a.m. they were  married, and at 10 45 a.m. the happy bridegroom was accommodated  with apartments in the police cells,  charged with  embezzlement. I  Thomas Stout and the Rev. S. H.  Sarkissan, of Rossland, have recently preferred serious charges against  the licence holders and chief of  police of that city. The investigation was postponed to allow T.  Long, the chief, to prepare his defence.  For the first time in the five years  he   has   been  on  the  bench,   Judge!  Taylor,   of Edmonton,  sentenced  a i  man to be whipped.    The  prisoner,'  who   had   been    convicted   on    two'  charges   of assaults  on  girls,   was  givenvtwo years  and  ten  lashes for  each offence.  W.   R.   Austin   of   14-mile,  near  Kamloops,  is preparing ior a unique  trade between the coast and that  city. Working on inside information, they awaited the arrival of the  night train from New Westminster  and arrested the Celestial as he  stepped from the car. On searching  him they found a quantity ot opium, s1-j0 w v q ^  with pipes and other paraphernalia  that accompany the opium traffic.  PRINTING  any Billheads, Letterheads, Envelopes, State^ients, Gbculars,  3 '--���'-���        - 'rig-ihvPRINTING,-phone-M  is our business and we:are  here to please you.    The  next time that you   want  Cards, Dodgers���in fact, a  and we will      ^T^X-JC1  samples : : :  44HEEGT FR��MFAXTOiyToSrffCHEW-f  $#  You Can Buy "DOMINION PRIDE" RANGE At Factory Price  Direct From The Largest Malleable Range Works in Canaoa       ^^ ^^  9 you -want to save from $25 to $30, and at the same time get the most-satisfactoryWg*�� "."f5 m  for our Catalogue and look into the merits of the ' 'DOMINION PRIDE," ^Xr vou -lould have to pay  If we sold you identically the same range in the usual way, t^T?uSn^^Qane^1",afler_which would add  from $69 to $78 for it.   You would be paying two extra I^gJj^^JoM^ange,^but absolutely nothing to  lU VB��!dc9  costing much   l��Vor��VuB"CtS!r?Seit Is m^Tt'o^  ���"WSSS s"ctdoc. not ����"<-^  cloth.   With its cold rolled steel P^iW fl��M  1 ��d   with   ��sb��toj-tj.<=  with   air  chambers���and   do��We;^"���,.   I'f?,����� you^an buy.   Actual  DOMINION TRIDR" lathe most ��onomlc��l r��n^urning: el&er wood  esta have proved  that It ��mrw over Jove or raw,  JWJ��T*.UFmw^iff'u��iHM,��agq  Of  XbcaWuHon  of She  CoaSt Stove  "The Evolution  the Cook Stove1  TEI.I,S about  cooking: from  the time the  Cove Dwellers  dropped hot stones  into the pot to boll  it. It also tells all  about "Dornlnio��  Pride" Ranges.  "Whether you need  a Range just now  or aot you will  etijoy reading this  book.  Write lor Free Copy.  tests have proved  or coal.  WE PAY THE FREIGHT eleva(ed  "DOMINION PRIDE" Kpnge, with high closet 8he,��*n8 g^Uons  r.S"reservoir, with _zinc sheet to, K�� "�� ifed to *n'y station in  A  tank or flush   reservoir, w��"  "yj."-,IU!)edeHvere<  blue polished steel pipe and two elbows, will mclc  OnU?lo, Quebec or the Maritime Provinces for J*i'bor.  the four Western Provinces for J49-I5 to le sent  be pnid when the Ranije is delivered at your sia  pay cash wo will ��n-anBe to accept your nolo.  J. to any station In  order and balance to  not convanient to  Canada Malleable & Steel Range Mfg. Co., Limited, Oshawa, Unt.  When wriHnK U will fa�� a clfatinct favor to u. 16 you will monlion th.. p��P"^  'H  ������-{ ��s mmmmmm^vm
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THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA
SALE OF LANDS FOR DELINQUENT TAXES
In the Rossland Assessment District, Province of British Columbia.
Name of Person Assessed
Name of Person Assessed
Lots and Block Number
t,V»
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S3 Eh
1012, lit the hour of 10 o'clock
at public auction the landsJierein-
iinpaid'by said persons on .the 31st,
" advertising said sale, if the total
Thompson, Mrs. Dorothy
Garland, Mary...
Dunn, John	
Garland, T. A.   ...... ""	
Garland, Mary
Kane, Mrs. Julia A".'.'	
Garland,-Mary..;.. '"•"
Williamson, John ... """""
Garland, Mary
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LIST ABOVE MENTIONED.
Name of Person Assessed
Short Description of Property
 lot 12, block 17 	
 lots 1 2 5 and 14, block 18
 lots 1 and 14, block 19	
 west part lots 3 & 4, block 22
:.....lots 5 6 7 13 and 14, block 22
 west part lots 8 9 10,  block 22
 lot 14, block 24	
 lots 12 8 and 9, block 28....'.:	
 .lot 5, block 28	
<- ..    --" ' • lots 4 5 6 7 and 8, block 29	
— • •••-•••••- lots a 1 2 5 6 & 7, block 31.".".'*.'
:-.      ANACONDA, WESTERN ADDITION, MAP 97, BEING A SUB-DIVISION OP PART SEC
Garland, Mary..... .....;...... ....,ota j ^ 6; b)oc   6
lots
2.50
1.50
•45
.22
.70
1.65
.15
3.90
.15
.45
.45
.96
.76
.24
.16
.36
.08
1.56
.08
.40
.24
.15
.10
.03
.02
.05
.07
.01
.24
.01
.01
.03
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
32, TP. 70
Montgomery, W. J.j .1. D., etui
Waterlow, G. S	
Htncker, G. K. 	
Grand Forks Fruit'ifeNi'irse
SIMILKAMEEN DIVISION OF YALE DISTRICT
1-lonslKTger, J. D.
part lot 152. G. I (o)
part lot 200, G. 1 (o).
 part lot 815, G. 1 (.->)         '"
>ry Co.? part lot 850, G. I (o)	
part lob 851, "   ' '  v
te"!'^«K»£F::!rl:;^g
part lob 421, G.
part lob (25, G
1 (o)„
1 (o)	
1 (<->)	
1 (o)	
1 (o)	
"   )..	
)	
)...;	
)	
) .....
(o)	
l(o).....	
McAdam, L  ,,.,,., i_, .-.,,, r,
Wright, Thos. A.       IZi ob *$ r  i u V"
Johnson?SidneyxM    """"""    " .,   ,,tf>' r 	
Brow,;; ri! \h-,m(i .fcI,c» ^ ."* ^ G
Lorent, Chas...
Kislier, J, T. and HodgiusT'li."'"''
Hardy, James	
Johnson, Sidney M...."'..'."	
Christiensen, Mark
Johnson, Oh; "	
Gilpin, K. R ; ..."	
Crossen, T. Lindsav	
Whiteside, David...;    .  ""
iMas.sie, George E.  "
Cosgi-ovo, T. B., aViri'McAstocke'r
VVilliains, W. A	
Oat-son, Nelson J	
Rowland, John ...
II ol ford, George
Hanningbon, H. C..
Parker, Cookson D.. etal...  l„t l«»n G. 1 (,,)
lot 1739 G. I (o}'.'.
o
o
o
,, .  , etal.
jMcQiiarne, Murdoch
Robinson and Leqnine
Gaw, Robert 	
Clirisbienson. Alark	
JiUifiit, Charles	
Johnson, Siduev Al.
Jut-dine. Ilui-old 	
Tcduocu, John
Tcdesco, Antonio""	
I"dd, G. B. and liuitoti.
■McNeice. Alex	
Craig, VV. \V	
Aim-ray, Hugh    '...,"
1 (o)..„   	
I (o)	
part lob 008, G. I (o)
lob 7M, G. ] (o)....'	
... part lob 717, G. I (o).
... part lob 740, G. 1 (o)
■lot 1/21). G. 1 (<>)'"	
... part lob 081, G. J (o)
...part lot, 970, G. 1 (o).... '"'""
... part lob 970, G. 1 (oj
... part lot 070. G. I'(o)
.. part lot 070. G. 1 (o)
.. part, lot 070, G. 1 (oj    '"'"
.. part lob 070, G. 1 (o)
 part lob 070, G. I (o)
 part lob 070. G. 1 (o)
 ...part lot 1857, G. 1 (oj
  part lot 1101 G. 1 (o) '"'	
part lob 1028 G. 1 (o) ..."
Boundary Lumber Co. & C. & W.
Knight, Horace E	
Cosgrove and McAstocker	
Tremblcy, Joseph	
Lumber Co.. lot 2022, G. L
 part lob 2028, G. 1
  lot 2088, (if. 1
  lot 2170, G. 1
 part lot 2801, G. 1
  lot 2053, G. 1
 part lot 280(5, G. 1
 purt lot 2885, f{. 1
F. H pn.it l(.t:*172. G. I
  pu.i-L lotI2r>, S. G.
  lot 7«2.S. G. 1
 K 4 See. 20 Tp. 70 .
COLUMBIA AND
WESTERN
Ry sub-lots 5 to 12, lot 3G37 ..
 sub-lots 1 of lot 2(599
 part lot 2698	
.. part lot 2701	
.77
2.53
15-1.00
150.00
70.00
 50
      101.00
      1213.60
    100.-10
2.00
      100.00
24.00
30.86
7.73
23.00
....     275.00
4.00
70.50
    335.00
5.00
...     280.00
...     320.00
...     342.00
8.50
...     315.00
73.IK)
...-    117.50
1.10
.85
.50
.50
2.00
2.00
.50
17.2(5
32.20
0.01
.     .520.00
.     100.00
210.00
80.00
320.00
210.00
818.20
118.00
14.75
&">.80
100.00
74.00
288.03
320.00
RAILWAY
..   501» 03
151 50
48 00
3!50 50
$ 25.00
50.00
15.00
2. (XI
1.00
150.00
15.00
15.00
4.00
0.00
137.50
3.00
3.00
10.00
10.00
5.00
10.00
5.00
15.00
1.50
2.00
1.00
.50
2.00
1.00
7.50
1.00
10.00
5.00
0.00
8.00
8.00
10.00
.8.00
.7.50
?.35
2.16
3.00
20.55
18.15
'32.00
.12
1 to 10, Block 13  ..  .
 ....lots 1 to 10, block 26 ....
 lots 1 to 9, block 27	
 .....lots 1 to 6, block 28   .. '"
 lots 1 to 10, block 29 .   "
 .....lots 1 to 10, block 39.....	
--, lots 1 to 10, block 40 ""
 -lots 1 to 3, block 41 '"
 -lots 1, block 42	
 lots 1 to 10, block 43	
 lots 1 to 10, block 44 """
 ..lots 1 to 10, block 49 .
 ...lot 1 to 9?, block 50 . .
 .'...lots 1 to 6, block 51	
 lots 1 to 10, block 52  ""
 lots 1 to 10, block 53
 lot 1 to 4, block 54 ...
 „ Jot 1, block 55.	
 .lots 1 to 10, block 56   .
 lots 1 to 10,      "   57
0.00
2.25
1.20
6.00
2.80
.35
.5(5
»28 12
1 35
4 26
54 25
17 68
3 00
5 H
23 47
20 07
2 05
102 20
17 68
17 68
6 18
8 27
145 00
5 Hi narrls- James A --..:.:.:..--.... lot 26, bloc 2
" 35  B0UNDARY FALLS TOWNSITE, SMELTER ADDITION, MAP 90, BEING
12 45  Williams, Bert......;.. ...:....:.....:..lot 9, bloc 1.....
Swismr' f' M" •"•••- "- ••Jot li''bJoc 1 ——■
iZZ ? F  r' - -—v---••; •• lot 1 2 and 3, bloc 2
Lewis, Hj.Kj :.... lot ^   hW a
shiiicock, w. a. :.;::::;;:-;r::r:Z^i biSi""
aO
.60
.45
.30
.50
.50
.50
.25
.26
.50
.50
.50
.45
.30
.50
.50
.25
.25
.50
.60
.10
.16
.16
.14
.10
.16
.16
.16
.04
.02
.16
.16
.16
.15
.10
.16
.16
.16
.02
.16
.16
.02
.03
.03
.03
.02
.03
.03
.03
.01
.01
.03
.03
.03
.03
.02
.03
.03
.01
.01
.03
.03
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
ANACONDA, CAPITAL PRIZE ADDITION, MAP 115, BEING A SUB-DIVISION OF LOT 914 G I
Norand, W. E. w fi  hi™ 1 , >    • •
'  ; • lot 6, bloc 1  2.50 .80 .15       100
BOUNDARY FALLS TOWNSITE, MAP 19, BING A SVB-DIVISION OF PART OF LOT 429 G I   fOl
Harris, James A ...:.....;:^ .-.—  ..-• , «.*. ^;
(0)
4.61
3.36
1.72
1.40
,2.11
2.72
1.24
6.70
1.24
1.89
1.72
1.42
1.69
1.69
1.62
L42
1.69
L69
:1.69
1.30
1.28
1.69
1.69
1.69
1.62
1.42
1.69
1.69
1.32
1.28
1.69
1.69
1.15
Ht'il
1.50
.07
1.00
,70
3.00
:?.50
ft.OO
20.00,
LANDS
400 00
800
1 50
7 50
4.50
2.25
2.10
1.05
BOUNDARY FALLS, CHRlSTlENSON'S ADD., MAP 135, BEING A SUB-DIVISION OF
?iddall, S  E   :........„......:............lot 3, bloc b... L 75
Johnson, s. m. ..,ot ^, bioc b -..;.v-\\\"::_~:: 2:.5o
35
45
13 70
8 27
7 22
12 45
7 22
20 00
2 04,
3 OS
2 04
1 53
3 00
1 74
1 14
3 04
9 84
3 04
12 45
7 22
8 27
10 36
10 36
17 18
10 80
12 20
4 20
3 101
'5 13 \ Bothwell. A C,....
5 651 Kerby, Forbes, N _
7 221 Carman, George	
SUB-DIV. OF PART LOT 1612, G.I.
2.57
(0)
.40
1.00
15.00
1.00
2.00
CARSON TOWNSITE, MAP 39, BEING A SUB-DIVISION OF PARTS OF LOT 517,
.02
1.00
1.42
.04
1.00
2.04
.67
1.00
16.67
.04
1.00
2.04
.09
1.00
3.09
r LOT 931, G.I.
(0)
.03
1.00
1.78
.11
1.00
3.01
Nelson, F. B.
CASCADE TOWNSITE
Schmitt, Marguerite.........	
Clements, Anna......_....;„...""""
Clements, Anna.....
Waterlow, G. S. ..._ ]	
McCrae, Roderick 	
Wilcox, W B   	
G.I. (0)
 --■ lot L bloc 6.  .25 .12 .02       1.00
MAP 8, BEING A SUB-DIVISION OF PARTS OF LOTS 268. 269, AND 313, G.I.
 ........lot lo, bloc 3 .....    ..
    west half lot 2, bloc 11
 south half lot 7, bloc 15 ..   .
 lots l to 12, bloc 28	
 lot4, bloc29	
 lot ii, bioc 32 ::
1.39
(O)
.50
.02
1.00
.25
.04
.01
1.00
.25
.03
.01
1.00
.84
.04
1.00
1.00
.04
1.00
.30
.11
.02
1.00
CHRISTINA TOWNSITE, MAP 50, BEING A SUB-DIVISION OF PART LOT 317, G.I. (O)
CosgroveT  B  and McAstocker, C J lots 7 to lo, bloc 16.L	
•11 1.00-
DEADWOOD TOWNSITE, MAP 73, BEING SUB-DIVISION OF PART LOT, 620, G.I.. (p)",iV
 V*l§. Woe 9-_-_-..____:<______r.                         ,   .50, "*.«",. -, :   '.04    /!«)
i    ■ .     ■       1.25 ," ,1.2Q<   "; ",    .11,   VliOO
.50 .96           "   .07 c~„vl.00
3.25 3.12            ,.".30   1   1.00
1.52
1.30
1.29
1.88
2.04'
1.43
1.11
vi^iiilf
Massie, Geo. E.
Hughes, Ed. J	
Clay, Henry N	
Keeling, Amanda M...
Holmes, Mrs. Nettie ..
SUB-DIVISION OF PORTIONS OF LOTS
 lot 1, block 3..
 lot 2, block 3 .TL"."."1"	
152, 153,
5 70
5 70
184, MAP
3 50
3 50
567
SUB-DIVISION OF PORTIONS OF LOTS, 152 AND,327, MAP 888
 • lot 3, block 1 .._..       jo go
lot I, block 2..... :        lo 00
18 00
35
07
34
14
14
200
200
200
2 00
200
2j00
... lot 2, block
... Jot 3, block
... lot 4, block
2....
3...
3....:
Grand Forks Fruit «fe Nursery.Co.
SUB-DIVISION
... block 14	
•'   15	
"   16.,	
...       "   17....;.......;..;
OF PART
        10 00
..... 8 30
          0 50
LOT 334 (O)
84 50
24 SO
lfi 80
20 50
SUB-DIVISION OF PORTION OF LOT,
Lawson, Robert Block,   6...... '. ;	
"       :;     "        7	
"      "      11	
■■.■■"■■■■ " ;  " 12	
Grand Forks, Fruit. & Nursery Co....     "      17	
SUB-DIVISION OF PORTION OF LOT, 500, G.I
Hughes, Isaac (estate) block 16, west part         5 00
SUB-DIVISION OF PORTION OF LOT, 535, G.I. (O) MAP 110
Buckley, Mrs. Margaret block 13..:       10 0C 5 00
Name of Person Assessed
Short Description, of Property
Lots and Block Numbei
SUB-DIVISION OF PORTION OF LOT 700, G.I
Manly. L. A lot 2, block 1	
Fageon.G lots 3 and 4, block
)(       ,, lot 3, block 4 .-.
Coy, Ernest Jot L block 6
Glaspell, Hugh
Fageajn, G	
A. lots 2 3, block 7...
 lots 1 2, block 8...
 lots 1 2, block 9...
 lots 1 2, block 10 .
 lots 3 4, block 14
 lots 3 4, block 15
 lots 3 4,   block 16
ANACONDA TOWNSITE, BEING A SUBDIVISION
Keithley, Ewing Jot 8. block 1  	
Hickcy, Pat  ot 9, block 1 	
Tyc  C H  lot 13. block 1	
Cookson, Wilfred''. Jot 1.  block 2	
Garland, Mary  °t ■*. b ock2	
Anderson, Mrs. M  °M',nbl°C1kio TViTo	
Johnson, S. M  lots, 9 and 12, block 2	
Keithley, EWing  ot 11, block 2	
Wilmhurst, Joseph     ot 4, block 3	
Miller, J. F. and Law, W. M  ot 9   block 3	
Morris, Chas. II  ot 12, bock A	
Keithley, Ewing  ot 13, block 3	
Hammerlc, Thomas.....  ot 1, block 4 	
Moore, J. W \°\ \ }?]°f t".	
Aspinwall, Philip   ots 8 9, block 4	
Anderson, John P  ot 10  block 4 ........	
McDonnell   Chris ,ots 12' 13 ancl U< block 4      '
GarlZlMlu-y  lots 1. 0, 11. 13 and 14, block 5
Thomnson 'Dorothv'""'.'.'.'.".'. 'ots 1 to 6, block 7   	
f'3   M^v  '"ts 1. 3, 4. (i,   10, 13,14
wcliuiiKi, ivi«ii y •••        ¥       ,        -   0   A       j r   !•    a
Garland, Mary & McLenaghan, Jus.  ots 12, 4 and 5. block
- Tcitzol,  Elizabeth  ote 8 9, block 10
arlancl,  Mary ^ fJJJ,10 und 12'
„,.i,,„,l  t   a  lot5, block 11	
fc J- F. andl^'W. M lots. 1 ami 2. block 12....
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Garland, Mary
Kane, Mrs. Julia A...
Keithgtley, Ewing
Johnson, S. M	
Garland, Mary	
Keightley, Ewing	
Newton, W. M	
Johnson, S. M	
Christian, J. L	
Hooper, Edith, C,
1, blk 9
10	
bik"li
Kerby, Forbes M  "^-        ^    '
Anderson. J. P lot '• b,ock 17
... lot 6, block 12 .
...lots 10 and 11, block 13	
.. lot 4, block 14	
lot 11 and 12, block 14	
lot A 1 to 5; 8 to 14 &n, blk 15
... lots 1 2 11 and 12, block 16	
...lot 7,  block 1(5	
lot 8 9 and 10, block 16	
. lot 13, block 16	
lot 1,  block 17	
lot 3. block 17..
  Jots 9 and lo', bloc 14" _     '
„,„.,„ -,.„ -    T    ,~ ----- — - Jots 13 and 14, bloc 18	
22 00 I McMillan, Isabella...' _ .lots 13 and 14, bloc 19 _-___,
I DENORA TOWNSITE, MAP 103, BEING A SUB-DIVISION OF PART LOT 1568, G.I.
3   Gustafson, Exel    _...'..„..lot 4, bloc 13   3 00 3 28
Cunningham, J F _ —lots 12 and 13, bloc 18 .    . To
Johnson, Andrew _ ._ lot 14, bloc 18  "_ ".5g
EHOLT TOWNSITE, MAP 71, BEING A SUB-DIVISION OF PART LOT 1223, G.I.
McMaster, J A................................. Allots 3 and 4, bloc 3
McArthur  Ella   „........lot lo. bloc 3	
Jiholt Trading company ..... .. .....lots 13 and 14, bloc 4 -,
420 00
10 35
3 57
0 84
5 (54
5 (54
(O)
23
(0)
1.00
1.00
1.00
2.02
3.56 ,
2.53
7.67
6.51
1.19
1.08
Stuart, Alex
CaulfieJd. J J	
Bailey, Ed................
Larsen, W  ._....._„...
McOrmond, Samuel
McMaster, J A-...'.	
McOrmond, Samuel ... 	
Moore, Enoch ...... „.._.'....._.:....
Mather, W B Q „	
Bailey, JEd _._	
McOrmond, Samuel .
McMaster, J A	
—....Jot 19, bloc 4	
....... lot 2o, bloc 4 ■  ..
- -....Jot 22, bloc 4	
............iota 2o and 21, bloc 5__._
 ...lots 22, bloc 5 _.-_.______.
...:...:..../ots 11 and 12, bloc 6	
.... ...Jots 23 and 24, bloc 6.....
....._,...lot 7, bloc 13 -_—i ——.
 _...lot lo bloc 13  	
 lots 13 14 and 15,  bloc 13-.
 Jots 23 and 24, bloc 13	
  .lot 2, bloc 14	
McAstocker, Mrs Vina lot 5, bloc 14	
McOrmond, Samuel  lots 11 and 12, bloc 14 ..
 Jofe 1 2 and 3, bloc 15 ..
  lots 9 and lo, bloc 23...
 ...Jots 1 and 7, bloc 24	
Allen. Geo W _ lots 3 and 4, bloc 24	
Fahey. L and A _ lot lo, bloc 24.- 	
Christianson, Jacob _ lots 21 and 22, bloc 24 ...
5.50
2.00
1.50
1.50 ,
I.oo
5.00
1.75
3.00
425
1.25
17.48
.38
19.38
1.00
3.75
5.50
4.00
4.25
1.06
2.50
.75
2.90
2.47
1.14
.76
4.05
3.80
1.33
2.28
15.48
.95
11.62
.79
.02
1.12
.09
.09
1.8
.12
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
.OS
.18
.40
.14
.24
.89
.10
.08
2.85
4.18
3.04
3.23
0.76
.57
.04
.30
.44
.31
.34
.08
.12
0.6
GLOSTER CITY TOWNSITE, MAP 323, BEING A SUB-DIVISION OF PART LOT 3672, G.I. (0)
Hutton, Frank and Todd, G B lots tw0 and nine, bloc 1	
" "       "       "       " lots two and eight, bloc two ..
" _.lots 1 6 8 9 and 10, bloc 3	
Bigney, C A lots four and five, bloc 3	
Hutton, Frank and Todd, G B lots one to ten, bloc 5	
" "       "       "       " lots three to twenty, bloc six.
Towe, William _ lot two. bloc seven	
Matheson, Neil lots three and four, bloc seven
Hutton, Frank and Todd, G B lots 6 and 14 to twenty, bloc 7
"    lots 1 2 8 9 and 11 to 20, bloc 3
 lots 1 to 4. 6 to 10,13 to 20, bl. 10
1.40
1.23
.88
1.25
1.75
3.15
.03
1.25
1.40
2.45
2.98
.0(5
.05
.04
.05
.08
.14
.03
.05
.06
.11
.14
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.04
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
19.27
1.40
21.50
3.09
2.99
5.15
3.76'
2.84
5.23
10.20
4.22
6.52
21.72
3.1 >
2.70
2.04
7.90
II. 12
8.35
8.82
2.84
3.62
2.38
2.46
2.28
1.92
2.30
2.83
4.251
1.(5(5
2.30
2.445
3.5(5
4.12
HENDERSON'S ADDITION TO GRAND FORKS, MAP 156, BEING A SUB-DIVISION OF PART LOT 382, G.I. (0)
O'Brien, E H  lots twelve and thirteen, bl. 9. .25 1.00 1.25
Robinson, W F _.-.lots one and seven, bloc 10  .88 .04 1.00 1.02
Kingston C M   ..lots ten and eleven, bloc ten... 2.75 .13 1.00 3.88
O'Brien, E. H  lots twelve and 17, bloc ten... .75 .03 1.00 1.7S
McNEE'S ADDITION TO GRAND FORKS, MAP 128, BEING A SUB-DIVISION OF PART LOT 382, G.I. (O)
Kingston, C M _.lots 1 to 10, 13 to 20, bloc one.
Bonner, Jas T _ -.lots one to eight, bloc 3	
Rashleigh, Walter —lots 14, 15 and 16, bloc three.-
1.75
1.00
.37
.03
.04
.02
1.00
1.00
1.00
2. S3
2.04
1.30
RUCKLE'S ADDITION TO GRAND FORKS, MAP 36, BEING A SUB-DIVISION OF PART LOT, 534, G. I O
Sloper, Mrs Nettie _ lot 12, bloc seven 	
Ruckle, F and E _ _ lots 19 and 20, bloc 9	
"       "       "    lots nine and ten. bloc 12 ...
McLellan, Norman ..._ _ lots, 14 and 15, bloc twelve .
Baker, Wilfred  lots three and three, bloc 21.
McDougal. Angus E _ lots one to ten. bloc 26	
Clark. A B _ _ lot six, bloc 29	
.25
.6S
.87
3.00
5.50
II. 13
.50
.03
.04
.14
.25
.50
.02
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
MIDWAY TOWNSITE, MAP 3, BEING A SUB-DIVISION OF PART LOT 501, G. I, O
Russell, J _ lot 9, bloc 17	
Barton, F W lot three, bloc 18	
Clarkson, A B  lot seven and eight, bloc 18....
Nelson, J W _ lots 20 and 21. bloc 19..	
Sawyer, C A  _  lot three, bloc twenty	
Mace, E _  lot eight, bloc twenty-five	
Gruno, Otto _ _ lot four, bloc twenty-eight	
Mesker, A C _ lot three, bloc twenty-nine	
Mesker, Mrs Edith lot 4 5 6, bloc twenty-nine	
Albi, J and S _ _ lot seven and eight, bloc 33...
Massie. G E _ _. lot sixteen, bloc thirty-three..
Stephenson. P H^. _ lot 21, bloc thirty-three	
Munro, D D and Law W M
Yuill, S Barry	
Macaulay and Keightley	
Sater, Andrew 	
Mesker, A C	
Mangott, Steve	
Wilson, Herbert G .   .
Bailey. E __      ..
Hamlin, Herbert    ._
Mesker, A C .
Smith, J C 	
Walker, Henry  ...    	
Wickham, C 	
 lot four, bloc thirty-four.
 lot seven, bloc thirty-five	
._  .lot three, bloc thirty-six	
 lot 4 & E part of 21, bloc 36 ...
lots nine and ten, bloc 36	
 lots 15 and 16, bloc 36	
 lots 17 and 18, bloc 3(5	
.   Jot twenty-two. bloc 36   	
......lot twenty-two. bloc 37..	
 lots one to six, bloc 41	
lots, eleven and twelve, bl. 45.
.....lots 16 and 17. bloc 45	
..    lot nineteen, bloc 45   	
(Continued on Page 4)
1.75
.25
2.50
.50
2.00
.25
0.00
3.00
1.50
.50
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.(53
2.00
1.05
.15
1.50
.30
.15
.15
.30
3.00
1.80
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1.95
.38
.30
.90
.60
.75
.75
.37
.30
2-25
T.20
3.30
.30
.12
.18
.04
.00
.13
.2(5
.22
.11
.09
.01
.01
.03
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.03
.04
.10
.14
.14
1.25
1.71
1.91
4.14
(5.75
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1.52
3.02-
1.40
5. IS
1.84
1.15
3.09
1.4.0
1.30
4.13
7.2(5
6.02
3.51
3.0-1
L38
1.81
1.91
1.(13
3.09
1.78
2.01
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3.35
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4.44
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Vick-%o"���H:     I-K^i���������-lotjsixteen, bloc thirty-one.i-  Momson, KJt.-...-i-v>--------,----lot:one, blocB.......���������  r... ,������:,,.. ; ,;,:, ��� T >��  (PHbENI^NEWTORK ADDITION, MAP 58,IBEING ^ SUB-DIVISIONi OF LOT 901, G.I. .0.  '2.00'  20.00 ;-!-<;  4.00^  ; 1.50 v;  ��� 5.50-7  2.00 i  ;   .50  2.25"  ���1.50"  8.00  ���'"'���;������'";!V:;:::.^03;;''';i;po,v:':.: i.oe  LOTS 894;:922, 933, 5897 Gil O  3;6I  3.08  .II  .09  .90:  .18  .07  .25  .09  .03  .10  .07  .13  LOO  1.00  1.00  LOO  1.00  1.00  1.00'  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  .'(;;-> ���  ^S.^:>-v:'/'-":,;'t';';>' ShiithivE,J^^J.:r.ri.w^l-^.Ji-:---lot!Bi::, ���bloc two ..'���'----.r.-v  fe^a?'E^^ri/S Ai)dro'w>';  7<n '���..east"4 lots, one & twp, bloc,7  2.00  3.25;  3.00  Sakrinson, saimon..^...r.--.u....weBu^ io��, ^m�� ^^,v, r-yy-���- _....-.��� ���;-; 2 00  ,,,,., ,,,.......,*.,,. ......   Breckenridge^Geb E i;J-.-v----i.--:lotsl? and 20,ibloe 7 ,.-.-.���---;/- ,;; --; ������;���: V.fgg  fe$fe^                                                                                              ^T-fl^-jSr,."?"-'":'" '���'������"���; ' : '  WM^i^^^'^'i-i'^'n^'/^':'''^^^ ���'���-.'������������'���' ' '���'���' ''''''.'��� '���������/l''.-LT,-.;-*^i il-"ll! -1-"-.' i-'^.~ ^--V, -.'i'Wrmmir irrur A ri 1 O^    'TJ1?T>  .09  .14  .13  .09  .05  1.00  1.00  1.00  .1.00  1.00  .QB ^ 1.00  21.90  5il8  2.57  6.75  3.09  1.53  3.35  2.57  4.13  3.09  4.39  4.13  3.09  2.05  1.78  Ss��--:,-.ij-->!ivi'j"'"������ i-'���- ���-������-���'-"��� "���������'���';������������-.'.' Jtsarnet,-.iuiarjH.x^;-_'.-.---.---K-;-->r-^:"r'";jr''',i~"-" >    ��� ��� ������i'-., ���>������������ ������������ki...���-������,���-,���. ���:���: ���-. ���> -v; ;.'- ,- ' ;��� ���������">������ -.���������'' ���.'/���.���)������������.������.    ��� -. ��� ��� ���������������������. -���-. ��� ������  sjfif:!^;;^ -:;;:;.:.;:."-f.:-",::::'::'.y,::-::-:.;;;,.^'-:.v.���.'���.:-.!'_.:uirkup. ���     :.��� ���' -:..'.������,..:���:  52  MRS. PROF. CALDWELL  ;   :   ^ Artist, Montreal.  '! In Mrs. Caildwc-1'1 the well known  iBTtlst of Montreal we have a splendia  example of a clover wlfo of a cJevor  man, for her husband Professor Oald-  ���weU' qif. -McG'1'1'1 .'hnsr.madOtjfor JilTnseir  MRS.; PROF.  CALDWELL  a nationail rep.ubatlon. Mrs. CaldweH's  wotIc totely baa beeii of an illustrative  character, though we expect soon to  seasoriieof her more a-mWtious work.  vCqliect<)r, R^slttudA^  <i;M  fe^S||s|;||0||^^  ���.^TrtE.uSTrtNPARbi'.lspthe^  We6kly " Newspa.per^^  6��--feanaJdBv ;fe5lt'i'ls;national ;!lri all  1 ts  'riiihat;^:^^'^-^; 7-7::'l:;'.';;.v';:::/'::'::.\::!o:;';':/::,'::'''-'.(:::  ;i It uses i the 1 most expensive engray-  insB, procuririg the photbgrapris  from  iaii^bVer-the.'" world. :-^  ;f;Its articles are carefully selected and  Its;''^editorial    ^  inaepeiideht.;:j:v,;: ;���;.������;'.. j^-.-;/��� :->ty):t:-.  V "A>>, subscription ;tb,J The:   Standard  ;c.osts.^o6 par year to any address In  :Canada,-'pr;^Great' Britain^/' V':. ii .7.:' '���:���/..  :Mfintra)ai;; Standard'" s-PubU shi n g;;: Coi,  ^',-:;.;^:'.:j.:A.,.Ru.DDicK,.  ���������'i.  7     Dairy Commissioner ,,  Mr.1 J. A; Ruddick, Daiiry and Cold  , Storage commissioner of the Department'of, Agriculture; directs a branch  of  Govermrieritvwork  devoted   to   the  Interests of��� Canadian fruit arid dairy  producers. 77 The   work   of  Mr.   Rud-  dlckls' brariohU is : of  'so   diversified   a  chiara'Oter that It is extremely difficult  to: defiine broadly.   Its two m-ain'.';dlvl-  6dons,7howeye,r, are; those of produc-;  tibir and comirierciial exploitation.   In  last: October'7'tlhe  staff,   which, varies  tovsize according toi-the requirements  of'season, riuriibered  91 employees.  Under tne head of production the  first thing fteebssary is to keep Canadian fruit Tarid dairy1 producers up to  the mark required of them by competition: In the 7markets ' at home and  abroad. They,:must: be eduoated in  the iriost ajpproved inethods, and for  this ^purpose .meetings 'are organized  and addressed by officers of the  branch.     '.;7.-;      .'���{.'.-- -:���........,.  :   CAEDINiX  FALCONIO  ^Former Apostolic  De?egate.(.  itm  ''^EXPERIENCED  sr  mil  *���%���  ii-  f  it l  Made from grape Cream of Tartars absoftitely free from alum.  For   sixty years, American   house*  wives have found Dr. Price's Cream  Baking Powder a guarantee of light,  pure and wholesome food.  1 (':f3|: '--^ ;'7. ::.^ to'Canada.  ^^Apbstollc1 Delegate F^iconio 4iaa lbi��  imbtheivtothiakk for;>tlhe groat honor  ���Pope' Pius X ;recontly bestowed upbu  hlmv'HevSvaa-'bbrnln a Idttle peasant  y4illage; tothe/ Abruz3i,;:Italy,in71842.;  His^father' liad mapped out for him  !'a\'buflln��ss'viii���i ��� but ithle did not meet  vwith"te 'a^rpovall of the motiher. Af-  :te>, rnany7 family arguonents the rollg-  ioris;rnob'her;',quie*ly sent the 'boy, then  hearing^18/...to the Franciscan Order,,  wbich   he .^entered   and    began   hte  studies   for^tihe  priesthood.  In 1865 he-finished his studies and  came to America as a missionary, being   ordained   ia   priest ��� to', .1866   by  '   I Bishop Timon ot Buffalo. For several  ���     tt?rmtfo���iwobnb)yi;',l^ / years he -vvas a professor, of theology  / tlonastrictlycon/Idoutlal. HANDBOOK on Patents I t���   Catholic'COlleKBa. He Went to Itaily  / sent tree. Oldest aaoney for BBcarwapateaU. "L y*���*"'1^^   aB,   -r^Z.                      *-****j  i       Patoata taken tbrouBli JMuiin & Co. receive / in   1883 andi' was elected  pro1  1 ��*,s>,fcz/41/i/fr*. without cbanro. in tho I n :-~-.--   ~i -    j.i.._. ��� a i._..����,  ATEN  Trade Marks  Designs  .... Copyrights &c  1 Anyone sending a nlcolcli nnd doacrtptlon mej  Qufckiy ascertain our opinion free whether.an  DO Y0U WANT TO  MAKE iVIOREIVgQNEY  IN placing- your  Ncwsp.��apcr',Adv.ertising,'  place the greatest value on  the paper with  the  ' greatest inllucnce on its readers.  111  Use the medium that is watched for every  week by the people of your community.  p end the'money with  the paper that is  read with interest.     It  reaches the people and  you know that,you're getting into the homes o(  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 iaith  in quality, arc reaping huge returns.  I'll  Remember first', last, and always, thai 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.  .      111  You   can   make   more   money   by   selling.  ���more goods; you can sell more goods by advertising in The' Phoenix Pioneer, whose constituency is the Boundary district.  Ill   ���  The way to lest, 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.  Ill  We use the most modern1 type and  machinery money can buy, combined  with thorough  workmanship���a combination which enables us  to do the best work at a moderate cost.  tpeetat notice, without charge, ia the  I iu j.000 uu'ii.ivan oicwuiu provincial of  / Frandscaris Tin. 4jbe . Abruzzl. For tne  I next 16 years' he remained  with tflie  /      $CtmtiPLflWMlkr \ ^ncS^^inr^"^e   ^ ~oi  I    A handsomely illustrated weekly.    Zargegt clr- I   .�����,��.,,.������',>,��� ���.     ��  I     culation  of aiy  selentlflc  Journal.    Terms1   for I ArohD.Shop.i, (9\  I     Canada, ��7B a year, postage prepaid.   Sold by I      jn   1889   he . was   sent   to   Canada as  mAmM PPn iRiRrr,,^- Mflii/ Vnrfr the papal Relegate, being transferred  mUfln & lQ.*���T'���t��SW lUfK to the United tSates Sept 30, 1902.  Branch Offlce. 628 F St. WaahlBiftdn. B.C. -..     ���   ,  'The PHOENIX PIONEER  If 2.00 per year, m Advance: $2;50 per year, United States  $3,5oo in Prizes  Li:  ;1  ssmemi  I  $3,5oo in Prizes  -."������.." -��� ��� ���  Agricultural Association's 3rd Annual  iiiM?:it;i  i|:'ea;.?;;v7-::  3m:mmM^Ki::i  PrMfet :!.fiK -77 ������'���:���:������ '.'���-, ���  r^#$te7 sHoXWtMMi^Ji  j.'.jSwi^v-'���-.'..' ;-:��������� .ivj:;^-.="-*:'.--;.���-'���.������'-,������-' -���  EiA^iWVi'vc.. . ^-.,:-i vi;i-V' '��� -^u,-"-;--' ������. ������ '���-.���������<.  K^i?.r-w^^^-^,��� , ���^..S-.v-.'.'n'V-.- v,.',; .���'-::   ..���-..-.��� ^z  l^llllllill  EW'JW*1- -��� ���'��� -���:,i- .'���';--.<���'���������'.���:  Kfpp^S^;1/" 7:- ^;:'"7:,:.v:  ^M';SSI^!-^Sfe7-a.7v::7.--'7''-:-7i.1  lS5��:7-'"'"':;"���'"���'"'-���'������''���:'' ���''   ���"������'"'  PROGRAMME OF RACE MEET  l^ee-fdrall Trot of Pac^ mile heats, 2 in 3 .  P?bui- niile Relay race in;two heats of two miles   .  sf^e^ for all Running, G. F. Derby, mile heats, 2 in 3  ���S?����e for all Running, five-eights mile heats, 2 in 3  Sfpiree minute Trot or Pace, half-mile heats, 2 in 3  ^eefe ���  Si-eefpr all Running, three-eight mile heats, 2 in 3    .  $200  loo  loo  5o  So  4o  2o  $100  6o  5o  25  25  2o  15  4o  Pony Race, 14 i hands, quarter-mile dash  Pony Race, 14 hands, quarter-mile dash  Consolation Race, three-eights mile dash        . ...    ���  Broncho Busting        .       ���.       .       .        .  Cowboy Race .        .        ;        .        .        .        ���  Handicap Motor Cycle Race, two and a half miles  Log Sawing Contest .        .        ...        .       .  $  lo  $5  lo  5  15  lo  15  7  3  lo  7  25  lo  ,a^^lS^^3li;p::)pH^v&!@'.c7.7;.'.;.  ^P^^;f*f;l3S^|:S:S:Sp7i.;77  kmt- ����'��-'; v'.,-,.-'.';"!-,-J'..��,���'.���r'iS-V:"'"!  of FruSt, Vegetables, Stock, Poultry, Ladies'  in anterior of British CoBunnbia  it's Everybody's Fair*  For Detail Information, Prize Lists, etc., address-W, E. HADDEN, Secy.; FRED CLARK, Pres,  7  ,-,.  ������ sassa  ��� ���.���;������.. ;r.i.>$ttty%&X'  mi  '/-  i  A  Pi  m  KB  t'�� mumRtti  m&>m8sW6!BBS^^  * ti"ttf;*J WnW^-i^rtffiiBiiits ������(wm(rtw*'M<www��iriWM^^O!��!iil-s \tu&'.g^l5&^iPK$8i{i^&W%ytii}.  Y  I  9  <a  t  a %*?��  ir  w  \. if'7  ,!   i-c  THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Woman s Power  OverMan  Woman's most glorious endowment is the power .,  to awoken, and hold tho pure and honest love of a  worthy man. When slie loses it nnd still loves on,  no one in tho wide world enn know the heart agony  she endures. The wornnn who suffers from weakness and derangement of her system, soon loses  her personal magnetism/ Her general health suffers  and she loses her good looks, her amiability and  womanly charm. Dr. R. "V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., with the assistance  of his staff of able physicians, has prescribed for and cured many thousands  of women. He. has devised a successful remedy for woman's :ailments. It  is known as Dr;'Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It is a positive1 specific for  the weaknesses and disorders peculiar to women. It purines, regulates,  strengthens and heals. Medicine dealers sell it. No honest dealer will advise  you to accept a substitute in order to make a little larger profit.  IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG,  SICK WOMEN .WEIX.  Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pell via regulate and strengthen Stomach, Liver and Bowels.  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  issued weekly  at Phoenix, British Columbia  Subscription, 2.00 per year  2.50 to United States.  G.  Kay,''Publisher.'-.';'  'ever; rests wholly with'the government.     ^ :.-';���". ^v ������';���;.:'���:'���:  The  Queen's Hotel  COMPLETELY REFURNISHED  AND  REFITTED  ^  ADVKimSlNG 8CA LK. _  Application for Liquor Licence (SOdivys) ..$5.0Q  Certificate of .Improvement; notice (��0(lays)*7.fi0  Application to PurclioHo Land iiotlcoB..(80'.doyM)  '     ..I...............................,;.....$7.fi0  Dolinquont Oo-ownor notices'(0(1 days) .. ..$10.00  Small \y��,ter NoUcoh CIO days); ..:?7,50  All other logal advertlHiiiK, Vi cents a lino,  single column,'for the flint- liiHortion; and 8  cents a lino for cacli subsequent insortioh. non-  parell uioaMuromoiit.  Saturday, Ski>t: 21, 1912  We beg to aniioiiiicc the reopening of the Queen's Motel.    This  popular hold has  been  completely  refitted throughout; ,  everything new and up-to-date.     Large lofty rooms,  heated with 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 all our guests.     It is  the most centrally located hotel in town.  Bar Stocked with Best Wines, Liquors, Cigars  Chisholm & Hartman, Props.  FIRST STREET AND KNOB HILL AVENUE J  Your Milk Supply  Should come from healthy and vigorous Slock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANTTARY  manner Separated Cream insures purity and  quality. The Dairy produces both.  Railways as Prospectors  Stranger even  than the  fiction of  the novelist are  the facts that have  led up to  the discovery  of some of  America's famous mines, a fractious  mule, a  rockslide  and sometimes a  fall down   the  side   of a  mountain,  are  among  the  well-known  causes  that have resulted   in the finding   of  some   of  the   treasures   of   mother  earth.     But it may be news to some  to learn  that the operations attending   the   construction    of   some   of  Canada's   railroads   have   been   the  direct   means   of bringing   into existence some of the  most lucrative  mines of the  Dominion, and in  two  instances have given   this country a  practical world's      monopoly      of  nickel and asbestos.     Worked since  1870,   and for   centuries known   to  the Indians, the rich siver-lead leads  around   Lake    Temiskaming    were  only- discovered   by   accident  when  a railroad   was   being "run  through  that territory.    Today  the  town  of  Cobalt   is  the   centre  of   a   district  producing  silver   to   the   extent   of  millions  of  dollars   annually.     The  blasting operations   on  the right-of-  Premier's Reply to Welcome  "I   cannot  express   to you   how  deeply moved   1 am  at the magnificent reception : which, I have received  everywhere,   and  am  receiving   tonight in this grand old city of Montreal.     During  the  past ten weeks1  I have had the opportunity and the1  privilege of visiting those lands be-1  yond the seas from which  our forefathers   came,   who    inhabited   and(  developed this fair land  of Canada,'  but of all the incidents of that visit,,  which will be dear in our memory in  the future, there  are none that will  be so  delightful as  the  memory of  this homecoming and this  reception  in this grand old city. % \  "We   who   have  had   this great  heritage of Canada handed do.wn to  us from  our forefathers,   the  grandeur  of which   we   are   hardly  yet  able to   discern,   we   as  citizens of  Canada, more than  that, as citizens  of  that   great    Empire,    to    which  Canada  owes  allegiance,   have  not  only  a  great  heritage,   but also   a  great responsibility.      I am sure we  can have  every  confidence,  and we  do have  every  confidence, knowing  the   pioneer   races of Canada  from  which   we  are   sprung,   that   these  duties   and   responsibilities   will   be  discharged   by   all  Canadians   in  a  manner     worthy     of    themselves,  worthy   of Canada   and   worthy   of  the Empire to which we belong.  "I again thank you from the bottom of my heart for this magnificent reception, which will always  dwell in my memory in the glorious  years to come."-���R. L. Borden's  home-coming speech.  645  HERE arc two  smart and  snappy styles.in 3  button Sack Suits  for fall wear.  They emphasize  Fit-Reform's poci-  tion as the leader  of the Canadian  world of fashion.  Men who want  something extra  good in. style and  value, should see  the new fall styles  in Fit-Reform  Suits.  ,f,  4  j '\*ji  'KM  f $H  I. >$  '���m  MORRIN THOMPSON  Phoenix, 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.  THE   DAIRY      J. W. Hannam, Prop  Discovery of Fossils  Perfectly   formed   fossils   of   the  trilobite species, the highest animals  way of the Quebec Central   exposed I of the Cambrian formation, declared  the world's chief supply of asbestos,   by   palaeontologists    to    be    more| James Marshall, Prop.  and again   the   colossal   deposits  oflthan   twenty-five   million  years old,  nickel in   the neighborhood of Sud-   were unearthed by   Dr.  C. D. Wal  bury were later revealed.by the same   cott'   secretary  of  the   Smithsonian    ^m     ^u     .������. .  . _ ___ .^ -^  means.    In the light of these events (institute' of Washington,   D. C.,   at I l���.uranc�� Annt  it does not appear  at all improbable   the base  of   Mount   Robson, in- thel -.-��������� ,!��������"��������������  Ag��l��t  if the extensive program' of railroad {Canadian Rockies, west of EdmonJ  building now going in this province  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix, B.C.  *JB MATHESON  ���^  "PROPER CLOTHES"  Our stock of suits covers the entire: range of good clothes for  men and young, men. and is unusually rich in beautiful fabrics and  new models. It is our ambition lo sell absolutely the finest clothing made in Canada, and in featuring the "Proper Clothes" brand,  we feel that we 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.      T'hey offer, the  advantage of  immediate selection, and give confidence and courage to   the   men  who wear them.     "Proper Clothes" are good credent.  hasize a man's good taste and refinement.      It you want to appear  at vour best, this is the store to come to.  Thos. Brown  may   not   result  coveries here.  in   some   such dis-  F1DEL1TY   BONDS,   PLATE  GLASS,  Dr. Walcott, in the course of 1 C O M M I S S I O N E R  FOR  TAKING  Men's Wear Exclusively  Cleanliness our  Hie product of the local dairies is good, but ours is   the best.  I, and no germ can pass our  sentries,  d its supply of eggs.     Let us  PHONE  K 32  Cleanliness is our watcliworc  Our poultry department has incre  accommodate you.  EX  W. A. McKay & Sons  Proprietors  \T2l  NEAREST HOTEL TO FAMOUS GRANBY MINES  ^T!CLASS ACCOMMODATION   FOR   MINERS  Bar Stocked with the Finest Line of Wines, Liquors, Cigars  A. O. JOHNSON  Proprietor  our   del  prop   in   and   try  soft drinks.     We keep a full assortment of  Tobacco,  Stationery,  See our new  Pipes and Smokers' Supplies  Books, Toys, Brushes, etc.  line o  f Posl Cards.  KNOB HILL AVENUE  ,QT.TnniiTrffi*1'y|'"El"llljgc'Mglp>iaia  Gentlemanly Sportsmen  An     old    English     chronicler    is  uithority    for    the    statement   that  ' the army  swore   terribly  in   Flan-1  tiers,"   and   a   visit,   to   the: Sunday I  battle-ground   of the   local   football ,  enthusiasts   would   lead   one  to the '  opinion   that    their   descendants   in  Phoenix had not   improved with the  onward  'march of civilization.     Ac-I  cording to one gentleman   who was j  present, and   whose   experience  has  been   somewhat    varied,    including  a residence among  the eastern lumber jacks and seamen of the Atlantic coasts,  never in all  his dealings  with the  former  had he ever heard  anything   to rival in   filth   and  vulgarity the  insane display of gutterlike     Billingsgate     as   that    which  polluted    the   atmosphere    in     the  vicinity of the C.P.R. depot ou Sunday  ton".  an interview stated that the bed of  fossils is practically inexhaustible  and was located at a point 5000  feet above sea level. Among them  where specimens of an entirely new  species, which the professor thinks  will add valuable information to the  g-eolo^->' of the world  .FIRE, LIFE. AND .  V~    X ACCIDENT;  PHOENIX,  B.C.  iVJtl-f^    r\*"+*     *  u-1       J '   "}! "*  AFFIDAVITS  Word   lias   been   received   by the J  Kamloops   Conservative association j  | from   Hon.  Martin    Burrell,   stating  j'that   W.   C.   Co well,   recently; dis-j  missed   from   the    position   of   Dominion land agent,  is to be immediately reinstated in his position.   Thel  executive  of the Conservative asso-j  ciation recently   sent   an   urgent request that Mr. Cowell be reinstated.  D. L. McELROY  SOLE AGENTS FOR  PRINCETON COAL  Dealer in Lumber, Shingles,  Lath  and Cedar  Poles.      Stull Laggan.  First-Class Fir & Tamarac Wood.  MOVING MACHINERY OUR SPECIALTY  The    New    Westminster    pound  keeper raked   in $61.45   last month.  last. The Pioneer docs not  pose as a moralist, but it does demand that the law covering such  matters be enforced to the letter,  especially, as in this instance, the  offences were committed in the presence and healing of children of  tender and susceptible age.  the  that  Fall Session Improbable  Among groups of members now  in the capital the probabilities of the  session are being discussed, and  while the matter has not yet been  considered by the cabinet,  opinion is widely entertained  the House may not assemble until  immediately  after the New Year.  There is an immense amount ot  work to be prepared, and once the  Mouse opens the ministers have only one day a week, with Saturday,  for council meetings. Furthermore  it has been repeatedly demonstrated  tluit a fall session accomplishes  little beyond much talk. It is rarely that big  constructive policies are  an d  A Wonderful Discovery  An eminent scientist, the other day,  gave his opinion that the most wonderful discovery of recent years was  the discovery of Zain-13uk. .lust think!  As soon as a single thin layer of Zain-  IJuk is applied to a wound or u sore,  such injury is insured against blood  poison! Not one species of .microbe  has been found that Zani-Biik does not  kill! , v       ���  ,  Then again. As soon as auiii-Jjuk  is applied to a sore or a cut, or to skin  disease, it stops the smarting. That  is why children are such friends of  Zaiu-Cuk. They care nothing for the  science of the thiug. All they know is  that Zani-Buk stops their pain. Mothers should never forget this.  A"uin. As soon as Zani-Buk is applied to a wound or to a diseased part,  the cells beneath t he skin's surface are  so stimulated that new healthy tissue  is ipiicklv fomed. This forming of fresh  healthy tissue from below is Zain-Buk's  secret 'of healing. Tin.' tissue thus formed is worked up to the surface and  literally easts off the diseased tissue  above it. This is why Zani-Buk cures  are perniaiiei.it.  Only the other day Mi- Marsh, of 101  Deloriniier avenue.   Montreal,    called  upon the  Zain-Buk company and told  them that  for over twenty-live   years  lie had been a martyr to eczema.     His  hands  were at   one   time  so covered  with  sores   that   he   had   to  sleep   in  gloves.     Kouv years ago Zani-Buk was  inliodueed    tit   him,   and    in   a-   few  h.s   it cured   him.      Today -over  after his cure of a disease  years --he  ordinarily I is still cured, and has had  no trace, of  any return of the eczema!  All   druggists   sell  Zani-Buk  at ;>0c.  If Tired of Wood, try Princeton Coal  ~* f 'J  L  .?'.!  Smoked Meats and Lard  We are bringing these Goods in fresh every week, and the  Quality is No. I.' Give us your next order in this line and you  will be well satisfied.  SUGAR CURED HAMS, 25c. per lb.  CHOICE BREAKFAST BACON, 27c. per lb.  PURE LEAF LARD, 51b. Pall, S1.00.  FRESH CHURNED CREAMERY BUTTER  FRESH FARM EGGS  ;   (   J  CO-, LTD.  Wholesale and Retail Butchers and Produce Merchants  PHOENIX, B. C.       PHONE 2  I'  liioul  announced   before   Christmas,  ,,n"�� ,.        , -���-���">| three veai's after Ins cure ol a uts  when they are, nothing  beyond p;ir^ , llo h,u'i   n.l(i ff)l-  twenty-live years  linmcnlary    stages     are  reached.       The   ordinary   members  much   prefer   a   January session   as j box. or  we>ill  send_ five  trial  bo:-: if  " fV"-' J - j vo��� send this ivdvertisenient   and a le.  cocducivc   to   work   from   the  start > ;,,���,������ (to IU1V   return  postage).    Ad  'landless   talk.     The decision,   how-  : stamp (to pay   return  postage),  dress Z<im-Buk Co., Toronto.  I  Summer Jewel  Section of CUFF LINKS, TEA PINS,  We have a new sel  etc.     Verv Nice Designs.  CUFF LINKS,  through  m  ade specially for Soft. Cuffs, will not pull  $1.50 tO $3.50 per pair  TIE   PINS to match signet; and other styles.  $1.00 and up.  LCngraved free  SEE OUR WINDOW.  SEE OUR WINDOW.  tt  ^ass^^sa^ . t l-jfe  !Uri����i^i'$>li<snjiuSuil,'/cl>tJuU'^yi.j)t.i.( ii1   .'^rV'<t>til"'t jr>wv'   i (.-r .����.������� .,*��,*        ������ .   ���     ,.  ������   ,   ��� iv) j,_'>'i%<\s.t jvafM't  -*u  /     *   ��i    " 'i' '<11    J'>'w-'|L��   ��jir-J  -"W'1?- ,*. ;H��lA��SflfiKJSSl  H J'���lj,,*i��j   \    '      /        7 ' f ymzfl'ii'? * iw��i a j��- ti tu*iTas*i- -ii**- ^tu^,,T  THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  S>.-5'-7  i/< u  The underwear  without a fault  hi  \  ,')'  Just    the  sty le, size  or weight  you     like  'n"  Local and General  Fancy plums, 65c. per twenty-pound  box, at the Big store.  Born���At Phoenix, on September 15,  to Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Harbinson, a  daughter.  Fancy peaches at $1.00 perorate, at  the Big store.  R. Wilkinson left on Monday for a  few days' visit to Spokane and Medical  lake.  Okanagan and Similkameen divisions.  The brothers A. and J. Butterworth  are two cheery sons of old Lancashire  who are busy ranching up in the Tula-  meen country, and whom it is a pleasure  to meet with. Their rancherie is a wild  spot, rather inaccessible after dark, owing to marauding bear and cougar liable  to be travelling the same trail on the  lookout for a juicy English steak, so  when the boys hit town, as on Labor  Day, they have to beat it back good and  early and eschew such side issues as  cinderelJas.���Coalmont Courier.  t?2>  for any season or 'climate,  for man,  woman or child,  at   the   rigiit   price.  And it  won't   shrink!  Purchase.     by  ^ the   trademark.  r        It's    on    every  /{n0,l"    garment-in   red  r&\  \ \',i ���  rjVUH&HRlHKMU**J  //W��V     /Y<r*/~A  Try     No.    95-  medium weight  Lost-On Tuesday last,  a -   ���f at Westminster  I money.    Finder will be rewarded.���Ap- l  j ply Pioneer office.  On Wednesday, Mrs. John Mcintosh  and daughter left for a three months'  visit to Boston and other eastern points.  A. S. Hood, formerly city police-magistrate, loft on Monday for the provincial capital.  Born���At Phoenix, on Saturday, September 14th, to Mr. and Mrs. Ja8.  Williams, a son.  Miss Henderson, sister of Mrs. Alex.  McDowall, was a passenger on Wednesday's train for Vancouver.  Mrs. T. Jones and family left Phoenix  for Princeton on Thursday, where they  will take up their future residence.  Methodist Church���Sunday school  New   Westminster,   .Sept.   20.���  To the  eastern visitors,   and to the  residents of the  province  not near  an   Indian   reservation,   one   of the  most interesting features of the annual  provincial  exhibition,  at New  Wci.tmin.ster,   will be the display of  Indian   work   by the   Indians   themselves.      While    the   majority   are  fairly   well   civilized,   specimens   of  their handiwork i>eem to be as primitive as in   the primitive clays.     The  Indians, being wards of the government,   are always admitted free  to  the fair  grounds,   and   they   are to  be seen in   large numbers  strolling  about and   thoroughly  enjoying the  noise and the gaiety.     The Indians  YOU ARE INVITED  To Attend the lOth Annual  elson  Fruit Fair  a*~  AT NELSON, B. C.  and Bible class, 2.30 p.m.; evening service, 7.30 p.m. Prayer meeting, Thursday evening, 7.45 p.m.  Page Boyles,   diamond drill   expert,   also have a space reserved for them,  who spent a few days in town   recently,   where rheyenter  the results of their  -eturned on  Wednesday  to his head-  . . . . . ,   ,.���_���..���.   *              J                         Nabor    in   competition    for   liberal  prizes.     The fair at Westminster is  I quarters in Spokane.  Harry Carson, who has spent the sum-  | mer vacation here with his parents, left  I on Tuesday, for Winnipeg,  to continue  j his studies at the Manitoba college.  Mr. and Mrs. John A. Morrin return  the first to recognize the fact that  the Indians will shortly have to turn  their attention to farming for a livelihood and to encourage them in this,  SEPTEMBER 24, 25,26,27  Special Free Attractions  DAILY AEROPLANE FLIGHTS  From the Fail Grounds.  PAUL & LEROY Comedy Horizontal Bar Act  ISHIKAWA TROUPE OF JAPANESE  THE IDIANIS TROUPE        Five Beautiful Girls  HORSE RACING ROCK DRILLING  LOG SAWING AND CHOPPING  REDUCED RATES ON ALL TRANSPORTATION  LINES.  SINGLE FARE FOR ROUND TRIP    -��S  A. D.  EMORY,  Pres.  HORSTEAD, Secy.  P. O. Box 392,  Nelson, B  C.  Miss SPOKANE  w��,S. JS.ttZ?L*ZLZ2! <�����.���"������� ~"> j- p^  , i i'"\ r  !**   '  Invites youSTilie*  FAIR  30 to Od 61912  SPOKANE  /?)>.  '���T��  t>h  Vv..*l*;'t<5,i't(  mw f  $Ai? y. fit nvP?, ,f'a  <,J"<L  &ti  Wft  rwmpyftj  x  "Ms  **.'  K*f  /Serpen c/ay& and six nijin/s'o^  ecfuda//on and jamtj&em&ri ���  vtstdop  Redatit  >��  ivXyf j^ ��  f-<<r i.��>  %K  IUiulhwitd  t%l��i  it��% JSHv*-��>J��f p 'i.uX  ���v-*  *- f*    '        r n- tt   yj^-    -    _|      i��iw     7    ���     - v    T   '        '   *��t    ft   T ll    Robtrl Coiteove 9ety-for Premium. Urtonl  " ~"'  ~ "   ~ CD  Doiypro&am. {��)  ������F  I  *   %  ���,-*  Walla, v/here the latter has been visit  ing her sister, Mrs. Russell, for some  *veeks.  Presbyterian service will be held on  Sunday morning, September22, at 11  a.m., in the lodgeroom, Miners' Union  Hall. A cordial welcome. J. R. Munrp,  pastor.  George Hartley arrived in the burgh,  on Monday last from his ranch near  Kamloops. While away, Geo. was frequently reported in the dry belt newspapers as one of the star performers in  that district's football circles.  i The Services,on Sunday in St. John's  Church'"are: Holy Communion at 7.30  aYm.y Morning Prayer at 10.30, Holy  'Communion at 11 a.m.",-'Sunday School  at 2.30 p.m.,','.Evening 'Prayer at 7.30.  Rey.-l,.JB.'Ijee; Rector.  - The.'stated, services in the Catholic  church arc as 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 Choinel, pastor.  On Wednesday last, September 18,  the Rev. J. R. Munro officiated at the  marriage of D. A  special attention to Indian exhibit*,  charging no entry fees and offering  substantial prizes for the best showing.   �����.   Racing at Grand Forks Fair  The management of the third annual fair, at Grand Forks, are well  to the fore this year in the matter of  prizes, no less than $3000 having  been set apart for this purpose,  while the display of fruit, vegetables,  stock and poultry promises to be  of unusual excellence. A special  feature of this year's exhibition is  the horse-racing events which have  been arranged on an ambitious  scale, no less than twelve events,  not including heats, being announced. A race of two-and-balf  miles for-motor cycles also lias a  place on the program; the latter is a  handicap, for which a special invita-  W  BOOKS  AND' STATIONERY  Fancy Goods, Dolls and Toys, Kodak Films and  Supplies, Musical Instruments and Supplies, Newspapers, Magazines and Periodicals���School Sundries.  Wallpaper and Decorative Pictures  ., ��   ... Cigars, ^Tobacco and Smokers' Sundries  *,,''.   Patent Medicines. Toilet Articles.  AL. ALMSTROM  All the Latest News-  papers, Magazines  Diseases of Men  CURED  IpoMtnelycuu thue-fomths of  all the cases that aio absolutoh in-  iiuable b> any nu tbodb otlui than  those 11 nmloj I do not < {lu. W]K,  Urs tiealuh on m how loiitf oi by  what means he has UtaU d von the  Diobabihtv ,s that   1 ,����� clu'you  and I ��,11 be abk to speak denn.tel  y in the a, if Ui uhen 1 Know  the  uetails of voui <iist.  WRITE FOR FREE BOOK  II j on fani Uallalinv oihiewutt  mJiiIPyi b"��^!, w,h,th bilbos my  method       All   lettfis   an.   given  |special attention. b  DR. KELLEY'S  MUSEUM  ,,f'",),7a,dbt' SP��Uih, "Wash  J For Sale  ?    ^J?"  "lwi lo P'����hasi- u black-  Ainith business.   stl(Ult<  ���, tt i,lHt/.c|ttss  ^lorahty: tjie fmlv shop m tow,,, hoise  j ^h lemgin connection; busnuss will b<  <if-4pO>Jefl ot��heaply.  Mineral Act.  CAKTintSATK OF IMPKOVK��in\T&  NOTICE  'Atlantic Fiaction No 1' Minowil Clinn,  hituatc in Greenwood Mining Division of Yale  district  Wli(>icloritul ���GicoiiivoojI Camp  TAKLNOrXCKthatl.Don.ilil J. MjiUicmjh,  "ffcntroi Gust. Jphnhon, Free MnicrH Cortifl  catoNo B t'mjl, nitoiifl ttrt dujs from tin. date  Iioicof, to applj to thOiMinniff Kccoidei for a  Cutiliuitc of Inipro\cuiu,Ui foi the purpose  of obtaining i Giow a Gnvntof tho abo^ c claim  And furthei tukc notice that action, unclez  section 37, must be comnicncetl before the lb  buance of such Ccitificatc of lmjno\ emcntn.  Dated this 25th day of July, A li 11)12  D J MATHESOJS, Agent  land, and Alice Cooper of Mother Lode,  Greenwood. The ceremony took place  at the Manse on Gospel hill  Alex. McDonald  left on Tuesday for  his home in Alexandria, Ontario, where  he expects to pass the coming winter.  This is Alex, 'a first trip .east since coming to British Columbia in 1896, when  he, accompanied by his brother,  D. J  crossed    the   mountains   with   freight  teams from Alberta.  Mr. and Mrs. W. A  tion   to   the    motor-bike    riders   of  Ferguson, of Ross-1 Phoenix has been extended  I  pi'/i  : ^M  '"Mi  Great Northern Railway  ipZZ  and  Return  Mineral Act.  Certihgate of Improvements.  NOTICE  "Atlantic Finction Mineral Claim, bituate in  the Giccnwood Alining Division of Yiilo dis  tnct  Whoio located ��� Gtccnuood Camp  TAKE NOTICfc that I, Donald J. Mathouon,  �����BfJiit foi Giwt Johnqon Fiee Minei's CerUfl-  cute No B 4980a. intond, Hixty days fiom tho  date hcioof, to apply to tho Alining Recorder  ioi a Certificate of Impw cments, fot the pin-  pose of obtaining a Clown Grant ofthcaboio  ilaini  And fuithci take notice that action, undol  bcction 61, must be commencod before the ih  hiuiiuc of such CcrtiHcatc of Imp,o\ cmontti  Dated thiH ioth day of July, A D 1912  D J MATHKSON, Agent.  Thuiy aeroplanes and two dirigible balloons took part in the recent  Britibh army manoeuvres.  Pickard, accom  panied by their daughter, Laurel, left  town on Friday for Vancouver, where  they [will make their future home A  number of friends were at the station to  say good-by.  " On Friday, September 13, the wedding  of Thos. Oxley, formerly of Phoenix,  and Miss Jennie Ann Clark, was solemnized at the Methodist parsonage, in  Nelson. After the ceremony the happy  couple left for Phoenix on a visit to the  parents of the bridegroom, Mr. and  and Mrs. Dave Oxley. They returned  a few days ago to the Shuswap district,  where they have established their home.  The Ladies' Aid of the Presbyterian  church, have arranged a social to take  place in the lodgeroom of the Miners'  Union hall, on Thursday, September 26.  The ladies have prepared a very entertaining program and have enlisted support from the ladies and gentlemen of  the congregation in Greenwood, besides  the promised assistance of the'Phoenix city band. The proceeds are in -aid  of the church funds.      ' '  Notwithstanding the irregularity in  attendance caused by several members  of the band beingpn the night shift, the  band is becoming more and more noticeably efficient. With the gift recently  made them by the city, together with  their funds in hand they have purchased  severalnew instruments, which will add  immeasurably to the music rendered,  and their next appearance in public promises to be of.- more than ordinary excellence. v  J. E. Thompson of the firm of Morrin-  Thompson and company, leaves today  for Nelson, where he will commence a  series of advertising demonstrations  showing the capabilities of the ;new  1913 model Overland automobile. From  Nelson he proceeds to Rossland, and  from the latter town to Grand Forks  the journey will be accomplished in one  of the Overland company's 1913 thirty  horse-power machines. Mr. Thompson's  trip also includes a trip through   the  Caught "With the Goods  Disclosing-   what    is   thoug-ht   by  local   authorities   to    be   a   plan   to  blow   up   the    post   office   in   New  Westminster,   Nick   Dann,   a  prisoner,  was recently  found  guilty of  shoplifting- and   implicated  another  prisoner named Jefferson.    The first  prisoner told  the  court that Jefferson had   requested his assistance in  a plot to  blow open   the  postoffice  safe.     When searched at the jail, a  quantity of soft soap, such  as safe  blowers use, and a  book describing-  the    manufacture      of    "soup"    or  nitro glycerine, together with skeleton   keys,   were   found  in   his possession.  To VICTORIA, B.C.,  Account Victoria Exhibition  SEPT. 24th to 28th  TICKETS FIRST-CLASS ON SALE SEPT. 21st  to 26th   inclusive.       Final   return  limit, Oct.   1 St.  Similar Reductions from  All Boundary Points  For full particulars call or address���  W. X. PERKINS, Agent:  ROYAL  BILLIARD  PARLORS  Beautiful Selection of Pipes, Cigars  Tobaccos.. All the most popular  blends of Cigarettes, etc.  Cosgrove & McAstocker, Props.  An agreement for a loan of fifty  million dollars to the Chinese government was concluded on August  30, in London. The period is for  forty years ands the interest five per  cent. The loan is secured chiefly  by the salt duly and is free from  control or supervision; the latter  was the chief stumbling-block to the  six-nation group.  For Sale  The property known as the Biner  block; best location in town; four suites  of three rooms each; well furnished for  housekeeping; all rented. Lower- floor  can be used for any kind of business;  very cheap, part cash, rest terms; no  encumbrance; clear title; a lifetime  opportunity to right party. See owner on premises.  TRUTHFUL ADVERTISING  THE BASIS OF SUCCESS.  Since the Ingredients Entering Parana  Are Known, Its Power ag a Catarrh  Eemedy and Tonic is  Understood.  COLUMBU8,  OHIO.���The active ingredients entering the most  popular household remedy In the'  world have been  made known to  the public.   This means a newer*  in the advertising of popular family medicines���Peruna leads.  Peruna contains among other  things, golden seal, powerful In its  effect upon the mucous membranes. Cedron seed, a rare  medicine and unsurpassed tonic.  Cubebs, valuable in nasal catarrh  and affections of the kidneys and  bladder. Stone root, valuable for  the nerves, mucous membranes  as well as in droosv *u��a indi.  eestion  Ladies desiring dressmaking and  other sewing may obtain the services of a competent dressmaker  by applying at the Delahay block.  aw  DRAYING  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders.      Phone A6S  James G. McKeown  RECO STEAM LAUNDRY  Don't worry about your washing,  just send your clothes to the  Laundry. We will wash, starch,  and iron them, and return tlieni  ready for use.  LADJK8'   AND   ENTS'   SUITS  CLKANED AND PRESSED.  A Trial Solicited.  Phone SO.   Dominion Ave.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MINING REGULATIONS  Coal tniniiiK lights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba,, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, th��'Northwest Teiiiloi ies and in a portion of the  Province of .British Columbia, may be  leased for a term of twenty-one years  a tan annual rental of $1 an acre.* Not  more than 2,;j(>0 acres will be. leased to  one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made  by tlie applicant in person to the  Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in  which the lights applied for are situated.  Tn surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in inisiir-  veyetl territory the tract upplicri for  shall be staked out by the applicant  himself.  Each application must be. accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not  available, but not otherwise-. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable  output of the mine at the rate of five  cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable "coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal ruining  rights are not being operated, such returns should be furnished at least once'  a year.  The lease will include the. coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available  surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at the rate of $10.00 an acre.  hov full infcnnaUon application  should be ,���adc (,() ,.lu. Secretary of the  Department of the inferior, Ottawa,  or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���'Unauthorized   publication   of  tins advertisement will not be paid for.  rW

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