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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Sep 28, 1912

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Mat   Trevvhella,    lessee    of    the  Phoenix  mine,   says   Lhe   Rossland  Miner, has   made  another shipment  of 17 tons of ore to the  Trail smelter.    This is  the  third   made  since  the. mine   was    released    from   the  company and   a  fourth   one  is  now  about   ready.       The   ore   sen I   this  time  is   of higher grade   than   any  previously  forwarded   to  Trail,   the  .smallest   assay   giving   $40   to   the  ton',', and   the   highest   over' $100.  The ledge from which it is extracted  i.s from two and  a half Lo Ihrec feet  wide, and   has  been   traced   on   the  surface for  a distance  of about 550  feet.  A few  weeks   ago   the   Red   Cliff  had   a  working  force  of sixty employees, today there is a bare handful  to look after the big property. .Meanwhile several directors  are in England arranging for the formation of a  new company with a larger capitalization, and it   is  on the   cards   that  when the negotiations are completed  the  Red   Cliff   will   resume   with   a  bigger force than ever and' that   the  building of a smelter will be included  in the programme.      For four years,  with only one brief intermission, the  Red Cliff has   been   steadily undergoing development.   This summer it  sent out to the Tacoma smelter two  shipments  aggregating some   1300  tons* <��f"Copp��r-j^old��ore.      President  A. Erslcine Smith is shortly expected  to visit the   mine in   company    with  an expert being sent out from the old  country.  The following news of Atlin camp  was   included   in   a    letter   received j  for Atlin in the Legislative Assembly:  "I   think   the   camp  looks  more  hopeful now   than   it   has   clone for  three years.     Ruby Creek  is  showing up well.    Jack Black  is making  good   on   Boulder.    'Wright  Creek  hoys are now in rich ground.    Wm.  Cairns on  upper  Wright   Creek, i.s  taking out from half an ounce to an  ounce and   a   half  per   day,   single  handed.     Maluin thinks Otter good  enough to spend   lots  of  money in.  Spruce    Creek   is   a   winner.     Mc-  Cluskey    i.s    taking   out   wonderful  gold.     George Adams has  been appointed manager on   McKee Creek,  vice   Hamshaw,   and    he    has   had  some   dandy   clean-ups.     The   first  Continued Activity at the New Camp���Gratifying progress Reported on All Sides���Large Concrete Structure Under  Construction���About 450 Men Employed.  paid all expenses for the year. Old  R. McKee has struck it rich on  ���O'Donnell���only .in the drill-hole, of  course, and at 94 feet���but he is  elated with his prospect (three feet  of rich pay above bed-rock). Hamshaw is in again, buoyant as ever,  and he has raised the wind some-  how. He is using the Keystone  drill on lower McKee, and is sanguine and then some.  "The Engineer opens up like a  jeweller's shop; some assays go  $70,000 to the ton. Parti idge says  they have millions in the Ben-ma-  Chree, on Taku Arm. The Hon.  Egerton���his partner or backer���is  in Atlin and monev is plentiful.  Captain Hathorn has struck visible  gold on his property adjoining1 the  Engineer. '���      " '  "There has been :t new placer  strike on Burdette Creek,"si tributary  of Wilson, and some splendid prospects have been shown around town.  The White Pass expert has been  visiting here, and he says that Atlin  camp has not yet begun to live. He  predict* great things in the near  future.      How   is   all   this for a ros\  It seems but yesterday when  the  news     became     known     that    the  Granby   Consolidated    had   negotiated   an   option    on    the   ore   deposits  comprising the Hidden "creek  mines,   situate   on   what   was   then  known   as   Goose   bay, ah   inlet  on  the northern coast   of!"this- province.  Strictly speaking; however, the peri-  od is less than three years, but even  in so short a time this obscure spot  on  our   wild coast   has   assumed   a  a significant prominence in the mining and   smelting world  of not only  British   Columbia,    but  throughout  the length and breadth'1 "of. the whole  American continent, and within  the  short    space   of   another,  eighteen  months will  assume  a   place   in the  front  rank  of tha greatest  copper-  producing   plants    on    this   planet.  Its   geographical   position  on   tidewater,   which    every   .mining    man  knows, asssures  a  cheap  means of  transportation,    also   warrants    the  prophecy that in the  near future the  total amount of development   work  accomplished amounted to 2,255 feet  of cuts, 8,671 feet  of drifts; raises,  1,05,1 feet; and the   enormous   total  of 23,590 feet of diamond drill holes.  Mr.    Smith    informs   us    that   the  greater part of the   above  work  is  confined to   the   ground- above   the  385 feet level, and has developed  in  round numbers the colossal quantity,  of. 5,000,000 tons of ore, averaging  a little over two percent copper, and  a trace of gold and silver.  Great as thiVa mount is;, Mr. Smith  is confident that the development  now going on will reveal in the very  near future the existence of other  immense bodies of ore, particularly  to the east and west ends of No. 1  ore body, and also the north end of  No. 2. From the way in which Mr.  Smith expressed himself we were  impressed with the fact that his well-  known conservatism was manifesting itself, and it will occasion no  surprise if the news leaks out of the  discovery of still greater reserves  GOOD SHOWING ON  CHRISTINA GROUP  A Promising Slocan Property���  Within 35 Feet of Ore Body.  Archie McDonald,. who .with  his  son, Angus, have been  at.work on  their, mineral  claims, near Sandon,  returned   to   town   on  Wednesday.  Mr. McDonald expressed himself as  being   very well  satisfied   with  the  showing on his .property, in   fact so  promising; was   the   result   of  this  yearns   work   he   was   almost  constrained   to  remain  for  the   winter  and ship some ore; the absence of a  suitable   trail,   however,   made  the  scheme impossible.  His claims   are   five   in   number,  the Slocan district, Mr. McDonald  is strongly impressed with the district's possibilities, whichTappear to  have entered upon a new and still  more virile lease of life, the deep-'  level mining instituted by some of  the larger mines having disposed  of the doubt which formerly existed  as to the presence of commercial  ore at depth. Mr. McDonald also  brought some nice samples of ore  from the Dunedin, a property in  which Alderman Jas. Marshall is  heavily interested.  New Company Formed  ��� John Love, who left this week for  Vancouver, where be has acquired  another drug establishment, has disposed of his interests in Phoenix to  - , a focal syndicate, who are incor-  four full and one fraction (the Chris- j poratedy   under     the   title    of   the  Phoenix; Drug, company.    7T7  S.  Quance, a. graduate  of the Ontario  College of Pharmacy, now occupies,  tih^e    position     of    manager.      Mr.  Quance    comes    to    Phoenix   very  highly  recommended, and  previous ������':.  to his  arrival  here  hais  had a wide  and   considerable   experience   as   a  practical, druggist in yarious7, parts 7  of  the   Canadian 7 westJ ��� It 71sl the  %  tina) from which the group derives  its name. The property immediately adjoins some of the well-known  mines of the Slocan, and is situate  to the south of the Con. company  and the Slocan Star. The Colonial,  the property of Mr. Copeland, of  Spokane, is also directly adjacent,  the management of which are drifting in the. direction  of the Christina  Aim  arm  ���f.-M  yi  iVA  lip  ���:-SilF  ���      ��� ^,���.���,..������.    ���,    me    v^uaumurwesu      il    IS: mi:  and   expect to  ship  about 300 tons I avoweff^^  this winter. Mr. McDonald is show- l keep'ia';;stoc��^|^  inor    n      lino     cr-tot-i.^..*.^     ^T     . 11..��.-  1 A�� ~4  1 ^;_'''-'vV":S7c':"'-':r-v:"'VVi:.:;,\;;-; ^>V^  sight of strings of  heavily-laden ore  barges   from    both   the    company's! ore.  and other prospective properties will!      The company-are fully alive to  bes a- common   spectacle   in what   is I immense  possibilities   of  other  now known its  Granby  bay.      Since I tricts adjacent  to   Granby. Bay, and I ""   "��'-"    rkuu>u��   oo   "�������, axiu iporxf^iworancn'^.tive;eompounam.|^  assuming control of the big deposits,   have already an option  on the Bon-lwe  are >n tb*  large ore body which \ ^re^^^S^^^^^^^^^����m^^��  a wonderful transformation has now   anza   group,   of   which   considering I ^as Deen   proved beyond   a doubt to 1      ^^-WM'-'^^Xt7.-7- -'-^7. ������������ f7"--^J"^7!'-^'^777"7^^'7fe?^^:fiv7^^-:'^''i^^;  the amount of prospect work  done,   exist," states Mr. McDonald.   "We|     '77 Basket Ball  ~    " - have had  a  good  offer, but we can  wait."      Quite   a  large   amount of  work has been   done  on the group,  prospect ?"  taken place and the spdt that seemed  at one time to possess nothing to  recommend it but its scenery, is now  a .scene of well-planned industrial  activity.  Through the courtesy of the company's energetic general supt., O. B.  prospect  Mr. Smith says is looking extremely  well. As regards the general outlook at Granby bay, Mr. Smith  expressed his unqualified satisfac-  tion. j  The     recent      surface  E.   E. .Barnes,   principal   of  the  public   schoolsy   is    interesting   the  ��� boys in   the  splendid  and   healthful  but for some   time all  energies have/exercise   of basket   ball.      Constant  been expended on the Christina tun-   practice is   oow going  on   with the   f  !_���_!- E          1 1 ..t I       .    . . ~ .      .     . . .        _ -.   improve-I nel>    which   has   now   reached     the   object of picking  out a strong team  ���Smith,; who .has spent   an   immense! ments      are       also     necessarily    an 1235ft-  mark   and which h.is   already Jwho are   to   meet the players rcpre- >  Masses of pure octinolite occur injampiiiit . of;   time     at     the    northern I un      extensive      scale,      and       quite .'exposed   a   silver-lead lead   mc.tsur- Iseating the Grand Forks school.  d whose   directing hand is   in      keeping       with      that       of     thel '."& about five feet in width. j ��� ���-^   me,    mine,    and'include  a    wharf  with a /       Like all who have recently -.isited /      Phoenix Pioneer ads. get   results,  the I length of  30O feet   and    width of SO I  /-~~:  lately by Hon.    Or.    Vouuy,  of Vic-(the copper-t>cariii^ veins on Texada j mities,   and whose  directing- fiani  torih^   provincial   secretary,  member j island. ' �� ' / plainly..visible in t/ie general scher  '.,.<     - -    ��� ,...���      ���.-       --       -        / "i'c ;iT"iT    -"--'������"fl    a   glance   at   I  IG STORE  w  figures''7;representing-     development / feet.        A    larg-e   concrete   structure  ���>ince   the    company   assumed   con-/ having   a   dimension   of  60xi20   is  lroi.       The   figures    reveal   a   most   partially finished,   in which   is  to be  ratifying   state    of  aifairs,     which j installed a general supply store   and  have more than justified the encour-I cold storage.     The   construction   of  ing reports   of  both   Mr. Smith and   a   railroad   with   a   guage   of three  others of the company's own mining   feet is now being vigorously pushed,  experts,   and   whose   statements   in   Particular   attention   is   being   paid  A Fall Suit  Fancy Peaches, $1.25 Box  "       Apples,       1.50  "  ���" Plums, 1.00 Crate  Let us have Your order for  PEACHES AND PLUMS  for Preserving- NOW   "���WI  connection with the ore reserves in  Phoenix, Mr. Sussmann to the contrary, havenot alone the merit of  being surprisingly accurate, but  have now been amply justified by  practical test. It would be superfluous on our part to detail at length  the various phases of development  and improvement that have been  going on, these have been considered important newsmatter by ��ill  the great B. C. dailies and mining  periocli-cals, so much so, that almost  everyone is as familiar with the  happenings at Hidden creek as  those in residence on the ground.  Up   to   September   1st, 1912, the  to the provision of accommodation  for employees, cottages being provided for the married members,  while the general bulk of the staff  will be housed in a large three-  storey hotel, in the lower basement  of which are situated the baths,  drying room and otherconveniences,  the whole being heated by steam; a  special feature of the hotel is the  large sittting room, which has the  unusual dimensions of 120x30ft.  A large gang are employed on the  dam, which it is proposed to supply  the town and mines with both  power and electric light. There are  about 450 men at present employed.  Cantelopes, Watermelons,  Cucumbers, Cauliflower,  Grapes, Egg Plant, Green  Corn, etc., etc., etc.  C.P.R.'s Waning Courtesy  Some   enterprisiii"-   individual   or  company   should   loose   no   time  in  applying for  a  franchise   for an airship line   between   Iiholt   and Phoenix.     It ought   to be   a paying concern as   the   C.P.R.  company   seem  to   have   abandoned   their  old-time  policy of courtesy,   at any rate they  never overwhelmed their patrons on  Tuesday's   traiii    with    much    consideration.     The   train   loft   Nelson  at   eight   a.m.,   and   owing    to    a  wreck,   lay    at    Robson    for    thioe  hours.     This, it  is   freely admitted,  was   unovoidable,     but.    when    the  quota of Phoenix wayfarers reached  Eholt their feelings can be imagined  cannot be expressed in any polite  language. It was a piece of officious impudence, and in view of the  increased traffic between Phoenix  and coast points, no surprise will  be occasioned if our citizens take  advantage of the presence of the  Great Northern company and travel  via Spokane.  Should not only  be attractive in  design, but it  should Fit perfect I y and be  made faultlessly.  ii  ���v.i  Al  '���S'l  %  i**\  OUR  when they learned that the express  had crawled out on time, necessitating a trip to Greenwood and the  hiring of a conveyance to carry them  into town. The action of those responsible    for   such   a    proceeding  Boundary Ore Tonnages  Following are the returns of the  output of the Granby mines and  smelters for the week ending Sept.  22nd, and the 13.C. Copper company  or the week ending Sept. 15th, and  year to date:  Granby.: M\MY.>    89(.,H57  Mother Lode    7,380    353,-120  Rawhide.    8,102  Napoleon        240  Lone  Star         ...  Others         I4S  SMKl.TEK TONNAGIJS  Granby 28,035   948,470  13. C. Copper Co.. . 15,299   -191,517  Stylish Clothes  For men are built right in every way.     There is  more  real snap, style and value in our Suits  and  Over-  ���   coats than you  will  find  in   most garments  that  sell at even  higher prices.     You can  always expect a saving of a few dollars when you buy here.  Great variety of Goods to Choose From  ,1 _-HPf<S-aBMg!_t.Jj;��3^ m',6 j.-.;;�� ��i����i ��".<�����.  |!$!!i$[$l^i|<^!$^ AA. ���*':������.7.7'"7'"'"J"T.7. 7.7 ������'.���''V'. .',������'���.' -'.' -..'   ���'��� ��� .��� 7 ,:'. !:.: !'..��� ���. ":���   .. .,���:.''��� (7 -.���...���������������'���;.  Ci V ���"���** * rty/'-JVi^ ;  i,W  ,'* ���..^���ycwuM/V^^Wis/w^^ r/"'  v-^i-.-kixrtJ'W  .p^ITS'i-^':' ���if��M:M^��  lili    PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  i;Mm0!^my0ApAM  $v7:itfoe^i^  "'������Sy^^^  ;7^ '^pu^:'.ar^^6miog.lii^^#^^s  ";7H; i.^v:;^;:: :^77fc��7<v^% iA^^'ii-'^^fL:^''^  ^9fi  i'iyy  07have;7bet^  ���ume^of^rse^'is v^Recj:ed;;|hor tly .77 p.  7 v |Re vfM. &0& a ford ��� of' Kstm lop ps  :offiqatSri^^  .:Bm��s'ahy^CI^  ^;7;Captitia7 Cross,V^nieriy;7;;:one7::of  ^trj^^jlaiti^iirie^coinm  !be<Mtfai^^  the^^'.Nav:;^  LIGHT  PALE BEER  Is Splendid for Family Use  ::'::i'<A.~-::'- ������������'-  iThatisthe kind we have for YOU.  &J%^;'':^  7;'Two.77lV^n cPu ve r&H i ndoos^were'   -Thfe  .tjtfe^othei- ��� put;Jim^^lS'^t^^f^^^  ���F7?the��B ri ti^jfi^'s taff T^^p 11 egre /  rtiyf:expec tea ^tojli ea ve^for  cburseyofad  Are You Run Down in Health ?  7k7 IQrder a Case  or two, and  ���; 77Cseft7 how, rapidly you  will  A.yympt'bve. t  ,       _ . ..'  ypAyy thone 23  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  AWyAM     LIMITED ���  ||llti||��^  IiffSiffiM5vSa77^^ 7^M3uYihff^7htsi;^stav7:an7^7V:an^^ou'ver  ��      If  PYTHIAN SISTERS  jlfe^  ^q\:iestiph^7v TVVlren    the   suggestion  ;ftas7;maa*e7;that she   might  be  re-  Slightly Mixed  Special to Plioonlx Plonooi-  The city authorities  of Edmonton  are'in  a quandary.     The  question  of the hour being,   "What constitutes   a  voter   at   that  city's  elections."-     In  other  words,   "Has  a  burgess, other than a subject of His  Majesty the King, a vote?"    If not,  how will it be determined which  of  the    burgesses    are    subjects   and  which are not?    The city charter as  amended ' by   the   last  legislature,  says those qualified to vote shall be  all persons,   both   male  and female,  of the full   age   of 21  years, being  subjects of his Majesty by birth and  naturalization, whose names appear  on   the   voters'   list.      The  charter  then provides  that the city assessor  then prepare a voters' list and place  thereon  the   names of all  persons,  both male and female ol the full age  of 21, who  are  assessed  on the revised assessment rolls, the names of  all persons  to whom   have  been issued business licenses, the names of  all   banks,   corporations   and   other  businesses.    The assessment  rolls,  which   contain   many   names   other  than British subjects must be copied  on the assessor's list, hence there is  no way   of determining  whether a  burgess is a British subject or not.  MEN-YOU NEED NERVE  EARLY    INDISCRETION��    AND]  EXCESSES HAVE UNDER-  MIN ED YOUR SYSTEM  The nerves control all MtloM ���ofi*��� j^,ft��ES5?51  thing that debilitates thorn will weaken all organ����  the Bystem.   Early Indiscretions andm^ce?f*   ?*'i  ruined thousondtf of promising: young men.   Utmaturnlj  &t__=fe��-sr��g  basl f ill debilitating dreams, sediment in urine, pimples  ���fi mfaco ovesi sunken, hollow cheeks, careworn ex-  n��is?onnior memory, lifeless, distrustful, luck energy  Sron&���ed rnVrnlngs, restless nights, change-]  able Ss, promaturedecay, bone pains, hair loose, etc.  FREE OF CHARGE  and wo will tell you whether you are curablB or not.  NERvousWdeb7u^^^  and  SKIN   DISEASES.  GLEET.  BLADDER  URINARY AND KIDNEY COMPLAINTS  Fr.e Booklet on nh^-^yi-.  ��� ��"����� *�� ��*l  QUESTION UST FOR HOME TREATMENT  Deportation Troubles  After being a man without a  country for some months, Frederick  Starkey  of Bristol,   has  proved his  Drs KENNEDY&KEKNEDY  CoT'Michigan Ave. and Griswold St..   Detroit, Mich.  __������^ ma tffc��I af* ������ Alt letters from Canada must be addressed  {WaWsa^Lm RIITIvb to our Canadian Correspondence Depart-  ���V ummmBMaena^. ment in Windsor, Ont. If you desire to  see us oersonally call at our Medical Institute in Detroit as we see and treat  ��?%f2�� ta ITr Windsor, offices which are ^.^^f^^  Laboratory for Canadian business only. Address all letters aa louows.  DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Wind.or, Ont.  .Write for oar private address.  fiiseol^a landing, her reply was "We  right  to   remain   in   Great  Britain,  -still have7iaeroplanes.'' Last December he was arrested and  73',-yv., ���*.,'v.;"1A''',P-'''i''! A "'-"''.'Y. ���''���:"''������' ->'':'A .^-"C'*; '���' '4v ."'-'' '''J,'-"'"'"7 T- ���'������",',  .o.u'r|#xo^al;S^pYe'm^  seeing^things on 'his ovvii and was  frequently met with taking his early  morning   walk in* company, with a  member of his suite. v  That'.'Persian  fake, Abdul Bahia,  1"',;  i  ,-WA^i  >8  ?  Ki  Ja ' i  FARES  ^'\ in Canada with a large retinue';     He  has'worked  Boston to aTfare-you-  well."'*      ' -   '   '." '  Ex-Governor' Edwin S. Stuart of  New Vork, who has just returned  from a trip to the Pacific coast,  says he found Victoria to be almost  as much American as British, while  Vancouver  he   found   to   be   more  iThe7lost";tribe; of Europeans, the  ;whit^7Eskimosf7 whom Stefanson  ltHe<explore'r7fou'ri'd in the arctic cir-  cle;: afejold'ifriends of the scientists.  Dr. Hough, one of the greatest  authorities on American aborigines,  is fully'convinced that the explorer  will substantiate -his statements.  The - new tribe have reddish hair,  blue eyes and a light complexion.  rhey< are supposed to be the descendants of the lost Scandinavian  colonists of Greenland.  "The provincial ��� forestry department has received a request from  the German forest department, asking, for some seed of a species of  Douglas fir that grows in the Upper  Fraser valley around Fort George.  The   species   in     question     differs  ���������MbHbHHbIbHbH I vauuuuvci   jjc   iuuuu   iu   uc   iuuic  botanically from  the ordinary doug  to principal points in Eastern Canada/ E"glisb thlin  London-     The people/las fir and grows   mucb   faster, but/  convicted on a charge of theft. On  telling the court that he was an  American he was ordered deported,  but on arriving in the States, the  American .authorities refused to let  him stay and he was shipped back  again to England, only to be passed  on to France.' In France he was  arrested on a charge of being without a passport.. After serving his  sentence he .managed to stow away  on a ship which,carried-him back to  Bristol. The" authorities were about  tired of-him "by'this time, but took  the trouble to look up his record,  when after all he was found to be a  British" subject.    ,  Ton of Fireworks  Spokane,   Sept.    27.���Four   carloads of scenery  for   the   big night  -,,���,���  *1JU ��IL,W3   n.u^w   ia3lt., uuJshowatthe   Interstate fair  have al-  I is  of the  same value  commercially. I ready  arrived" in  Spokane and  arc  ,-|The   Germans   require   the seed for i now being installed   in place oh the  be on sale MAY 17, IS, 24, 20; JUNE 1,\ oizes the danger to  which oil tanks, J experimental purposes.      The ordin- | fair grounds.     The  manager of the  'and United States. J were charming.  Ticketl are FIRST CLASS, and will /     The British war office now recog-  6, 7, 8, l.'i, 14 15, 17, 18, 10.20, 21, 20, 21,  24, 25, 27,-28, 29, and many days during  JULY, AUGUST and SEPTEMBER.  Good,to Return until Oct. 31 st���  STOPOVERS ALLOWED  ^  From PHOENIX AND KOOTENAY  *     -*",  ,  POINTS TO.  Winnipeg   -   -   -  Toronto      -   -   -  ^ Montreal * -   -   -  St. John, N.B.     -  St. Paul      -   -   -  Chicago   New York -   -   -  Boston        -   -   -  arsenals andfmagazines would be  subjected to by aircraft in war time,  with the result that there is a probability of such buildings in the  United'Kingdom and Canada being  covered .with armoured roofs.  Forty-one members of the B. C.  Horse, formed the escort for the  Duke of Connaught' on his visit to  Victoria. Sir Richard McBride is  their honarary colonel. Recently a  prominent titled' gentlemen offered  to equip the' nisjimeut with a couple  of maxim guns  farydouglas  fir  was introduced into I company has  already  engaged over  Germany about ninety years ago.       two hundred   persons to   take  part   ^  Jin   the   tableau,   and   will   need    as  GO-CARTS  We have just a few Carts left  which   we will sell on the  following terms:  With every Cart purchased we  will  give  a  Pair of  Runners to fit.  RUNNERS, Per Pair     -    -     S1.00  We  have also  in  stock  a  few  Two-Wheel  Push  CartS, at reasonable prices. Call and See 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  REV. Dr. PATTERS0JV-S3IYTHE  Montreal.  Winen the late Bishop Carmichael  advised the congregation of St  George's Montreal to appoint Dr.  Patterson Smythe, of Dublin, to succeed   him   as  rector,   it   was   not  so  manv  more.     The drama  this year  * ���       l  i is  the  big  spectacular   production,  "The Conquest of Mexico," and  over a ton of fireworks will be consumed nightly.  Greenwood  ��tB,gO  Line  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 8.45 a.m. ^  " . "        lower town,   9.00 a.m.  (.Standard Time  Leave Greenwood 3.00p.m. J  PROMPT  ATTENTION  TO  EXPRESS AND  FREIGHT  H. M.  LAING, Proprietor  mucb   one   Irishman    recommending i  another to a bettor position, because I El@CtHC Restorer fOF Met!  the   Bishop   knew   Dr.   Smythe   was   pho-oho-ai restores every nerve in the body  already occupying a prominent pulpit { r��"jiuwuw tn lt> proper tension; restores  '. viai and vitality. Premature decay and all sexual  PRINTING  Walter Cooper, 17 years old, of  Grand Forks, ?was accidentally shot  ��� and killed, on Saturday last, while  llO.OOl out shooting a few miles from the  Auk you local O. P. R. Ticket Agentl town. The gun was found with the  tegaiding routes, limits, stopovers, 1 breach open lying beside the body  otc.. and for excursion fares to other j ,t u thought that the cartridge ex  points.  J. E. CARTER, Agent,  , Phoenix, B. C.  j. a. Mcdonald,  District Passenger Agent,  Nelson, B. C.  w-  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.  WOOD  DELIVERED   ON   SHORT  NOTICE. 'Phone B32  Is interested and should know  about the woml rful  MARVEL Whirling Spray  Tho new Vonnal Syrlnrc U< *r  ���Most convenient. It deanst..  Instantly. A si. your  1 druwut fori  jrftortnnot Mf-p))' H����  MARVEL, accept no otho*.  bo* send ��t��mi> (or lUuatratt d  hoofc-*����J��l. Itjrl��ifi;llpartlc ,  ..  Slart and di��-ctlo"�� I iv*lu��W to ladles  WIHDSOR SOFPIV? CO.,  ^uttsoVs Oat '������*> Ae-n*�� f��< <  It is thought that the cartridge exploded when the gun was opened.  V.   O.   Eastland,  of  Calgary,   a  timber   cruiser,   while pursuing  his  calling some forty  miles  fiom Gol-  denj was   recently  the  victim   of a  dangerous  accident, one of his feet  having been badly gashed  with an  axe.     Although quite alone he managed   to    improvise    crutches   and  make his way through* the bush to  Golden,   where he arrived starving  and exhausted.  The committee of the Manitoba  Legislature, who were appointed to  deal with the selection of plans for  the new provincial parliament buildings, is to meet this week, when in  company with Leonard Stokes, a  selection will be made from live designs submitted It is said that  any of the five plans would give  Manitoba the finest legislative  structure in Canada.  Miss Barbara Wylie, an hysterical  suffragette, has recently sailed for  Canada. Miss Wylie was one of  the deputation that recently waited  on Premier Borden and her speedy  departure is the result of his care-  lul non-committal utterauLes on the  vrtkakness averted at ones. �� �����i����~�����  make yon a new man. Price 88 a box. or t  ����. MalM to any address. TboSMMll  Con eU CMttarlaiM, Out.  Pbaiphoaol w!U  -- - ���       ortvtp for  Drag  is our business and we are  here to please you.    The   ___m_mmmmmc^mmmmmmmmm_________      next time that you   want  any Billheads, Letterheads, Envelopes, Statements, Circulars,  Cards, Dodgers���in fact, anything in PRINTING, phone 14  and we will  show you  "samples.: : :  -s���in fact, anything in I^KiJN JLiiNLr, pnone ih  THE PIONEER  .niBFCTrmirAimmTOmCHM-dfT!1���  |SaVE����ERS2S  PyP^-w WE nOfiHElREIGM'  Dr. PATTERSON SMYTHE, L.L.D.  In Ireland but it was with the idea  of introducing new blood into Canada  and that the best.  Since this genial Irishman has been  in Canada be has made many friends,  not only amongst his congregation  and church, but amongst men and  women of all snadcb of religion and  opinions. As a preacher Dr. Sm>the  stands easily in the front rank as the  large congregations who flock to hear  him   show.  You Cam Buy "DOMINION PRIDE" RANGE At Factory Price  Direct From Tbe Largest Malleable Range Woilos In Canada  m��>mMi'i��f**irmrmmumivi,m/vav  write  paying two extra profits���to wholesaler and retailer���which would add  $25 to $30 to the cost of your range, but absolutely nothing to  its v��1ui��:  It. II. LEONARD ���  Chairman N. T. E. Cominisslo 1  The Tecent appointment of Mr R .  H. Leonard of St. Catherines lo -uc-1  ceed the Hon. Mr Parent as Chairman  of the National Transcontinental  Railway CommiF'iion is one of thp  best that the Premier has made for  Mr. Leonard is a strong man witn a  keen business knowledge born of considerable experience.  its value.  Besides costing much lesa than other ranges in ita class, the  "DOMINIOK PRIDR" la much more satisfactory. It ia made of touch.  ���Irons, malleable iron and the best blue polished ateel���material* which -will  not warp, crack or break.  The polished steel does not need blacking���simply rub it oyer -with a  cloth. With its cold rolled steel plate oven���sectional iron fire-box-lining,  ���with air chambers���and double-walled fluea lined with asbestos���the  "DOMINION PRIDB" is the most economical range you can buy. Actual  tests hare proved that it inres oyer 30* of fue�� burning: either wood  or coal.  WE PAY THE FREIGHT  A "DOMINION PRID3J" Range, with high closet ahelf and elevated  tank or flush reservoir, with zinc sheet to go under ranee, 8 sections  blue polished steel pipe and two elbows, will be delivered to any station in  Ontnrio, Quebec or Oie Maritime Provinces for J41, or to any station in  the four Western Provinces for $49���$5 to he sent with order and balance to  be paid when the Range is delivered nt your station. If not convenient to  pay cosh we will arrange to accept your noto.  Canada Malleable & Steel Range Mfg. Co., Limited/ Oshawa, Ont.  When writina it will be a distinct favor to ua if you will mention this paper. ��  L  "The Evolution ol  the Cook Stove"  TBM.S about  cooking from  the time the  Cave Dwellers  dropped hot stones -,-  into the pot to boll 5  it. It also tells all \  about "Dominion  Pride" Ranges.  Whether you need  a Range just now  or ��ot you will  enjoy reading this  book.  Write far Free Copy  J__<_-*���'ffhfl-t ffl iPT tfW iWn-l  I  I OL.  ���ms.  . 1  Haotamnura  immtmmtBtmis&ix*)m/a  ^B^^>^"��L2iII___.  ^iliffiT���!^^ rf^fy&'yitffiM^A'T  T  __ l.-nwMw,��t.     -  -" .���"..", J^-a>��w,5<!WiTA^ffi7%W!MJ^^s^m^w,Jlbi  i---  i^v.(_7 j*rsfte^w>����";  ��AfW��W��'M AlMPiMH* ��^��^����Wa.��rV-_iJ*U,_UM��,w.l,  iM^^VfUtojpfeMMittWtfWMMff/tf^^  THE    PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ���_���! WJE!  Name of Person Assessed  SALE OF LANDS FOR DELINQUENT TAXES  In the Rossland Assessment District, Province of British Columbia.  Name of Person Assessed  Lots and'Block*-Number  a  a a>  Q  Jot 12, block 17  in Uit!  uftei  10111'  I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE thai, on Saturday, the ,12th day of October, A.D., 1012,-at the h  Im-ciioon, at the (Joint House, in tho City of Rossland, I shall olfer for  ��� wtoul, of the persons in said list hereinafter set out, for the di-linij.iu.it tuxes unpaid by said persons on the 31st  uayoi   December, 1011, and for interest, costs, and expenses, including the cost of advertising said sale, if the total  amount din* is not sooner naid.  Of 10 o'clock  sale at public unction the lands herein-  Thompson, Mrs. Dorothy  H��ndT'Mary iots 12 5 and 14, biock 18'   rXd0*1 a Iots 1 and 14�� block 19   SWf'l Jots 5 6 7-13-and 14/ block,22..���  Kane, Mrs. Julia A  we8t part lots 8 9 10, block 22  Garland, Mary   jot i4, block 24   -Williamson, John  ]0ts 12 8 and 9, block 28   Garland, Mkry \ot 5> biock 28   ,, ..      lots 4 5 6 7 and 8, block 29    lots A 1 2 5 6 &7, block 31....  o  o  .a  #H  CO  ��  a  ���Si  8  3  2.50  1:50  ���45  .22  .70-  1.65  .15  3.90  .15  .45'  .45  .96  .76  .24  .16  .36  1.56  .08  .40  .24  .15  .10  .03  .02  .05  .07  .01  .24  .01  .04  .03  1.00-  1.00  1.00  1.00,  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1:00  1.00  1.00  LIST ABOVE MENTIONED.  Nairn- of Person Assessed  Short Description of Property  n  4)  O  ���<  ���Ji  li.  8 8  ���Ji  fits  in  j.   S3   4,  -2 * g  3-2 s  So K  COO H  2  o  H  ANACONDA, WESTERN ADDITION, MAP 97, BEING A SUB-DIVISION OP PART SEC. 32, TP. 70  .Garland,,Mary lots 1 to,6, bloc   5  Montgomery, W. J.; .1. D��� ,.,l al  Waterlow, O. S..  stockur. a. k. ..::::::::::::;::: -]mrb i,)L ��ib, g.  Graiid  l<orks Fruit & Nut-sery Co.? part lot 350, G.  ���      i "         t",v    "       "       "        |Mwtlot351, G  Itnn.xberger, J. D    ..     Co  SIMILKAMEEN DIVISION OF YALE DISTRICT  part lot 152, G. 1 (o)   .. part lot 200, G. ] (o)...    "        !(.>)   Boundary Mining aiidExiii'ii'  Fordc, J. AV., It. S. and Ellen.,  Miller, Margaret F..;.  Grand Forks Fruit &  Powers, Thomas .......;  Nur  sery  1 (o)   I (o)   1 (o)....................  1 (o)   1 (o)   1 (o)   1 (o).  Manly. M.L.   Waklron, Ed. and���Schnavely "j  McAdani, L..........  Wright. Thos. A.A.iyr  '"  Jolinspn:j Sidney M  ... part lot 302, G  ...part lot422,.G.    part lot 42-1, G  '*        part lot 425, (J,   part lot 471, G. . x���,   Co.... part lot 407, G. 1. (o)... ""   part lot 511), O. 1 ,(o)'  ���     .   part lot 515), G. "  ...... part lot.510, G.   part lot 51.1), 0.  ......part lot 530, G.  ...... part lot 530, G.  ...:. part lot 542, G  liouiidary^Miii  and Expioi-ation Co part lot 037; G.  Forde,-J. VV., R. S. anil Ellen............ part lot O.S^ G.  /Bi-owii, Robert A.  Lorent, Chas.....'.................A  Fisher, J. T. and Hodgins  Hardy, James   Johnson, Sidney I\I... .....Z  , Cliristienseii, Mark   Johnson; 01<; .........  Gilpin, R. R... ...AlAAy  Crossei), T. Lindsuv .    .  Whiteside, 'David.'  M    ' ���     -  , part lot 003, G.  1 (o)   1 (o).........  1 (o) ....  1 (o)   I (o)..'.   i (o) :..  1 (o)..........  1  (o)   H.;.  lot 003, G. 1 (o)   lot 714, G. 1 (o)...... .  .... part lot 717, G. 1 (o).  .... part lot 740, G. 1 (o)... '        :... lot 020. G. 1 (o)7���      '"  .... part lot 031, G. J (o)....:.  .... part lot 070, G.  .... part lot 070, G.  ..:. part lot 070. G.  ... part lot 070. G.  ..: part lot 5)70, G.  1 (o).........  l(o)........  ] (<>)...   1 Co).:....,.,  1 (o)...r....  1 (o).........  1 (o)   1 Co)   ussie. George E   Cosgi-ove, ,T.B.; and iicAstockcrZ part lot 070,' G.'  ���Williams, W; A.. part lot 070, G.  Carson, Nelson J part lot 070. G.  ��0"'lar!flV.J('h" ���  -��� - ��� I*"* lot 1357,-G;' 1"(o).....:  Hoifoid, Geome    .;  ,   pai.t iot 14M G> x (o)  Hanmngton H. C...........  ,MU-t lot 1023 G. 1 (o)  Parker,' Cookson tD., et al.....  lot, l(50o G. 1 (o)  lot 1730 G. l(o)..  McQuarrie, Murdoch ..  Kohinson and Leijuine  (law, Robert    Christienson, Mark .....'  Lorent, Charles A...  Johnson, Sidney M.................  J.-irdiiie, Marolii . ......  'J^-desco, John       Tedesco, AnUuiio   Todd, G. ii. and Hutton, F  "JHcNeice, Alex   Owiig, \V. W   Mutriuy, Hugh   Boundary Lumber Co,  Knight. Horace E   Cosgrove and McAstocker  Tremblcy, Joseph   Massie, Geo. E.  Lumber Co.. lot 2022, G.l  o    part lot 2028, G. 1   6          - lot 2083, G. ]   o    lot 2170, G. 1   o   part lot 2304, G. 1   o   ........:.. hit'2053, G.'l   o   part lot 2800, G. 1   o   part lot 2880, G. 1   o  H part lot 3072. G. 1   o    part lob I2.-J, S. G. 1 :    lot 732 S. G. 1...   _. K 4 Sec. 20 Tp. 7S��   COLUMBIA AND WESTF.RN RAILWAY  & C. & W. Ry sub-lots 5 to 12, lot 3637    5040 03   sub-lots 1 of lot 2699...,      131 50   part lot 2G98        43 00   part lot 2701       ��3tS 50  SUB-DIVISION OF PORTIONS OF LOTS 152, 153,   lot 1, block 3  5 70   ���. lot 2, block 3  5 70  .77  2.53  151.00  150.00  70,00  .50  101.00  123.00  100.10  2.00  100.00  24.00  30.80  7.73  23.00  273.00  4.00  70.50  335.00  5.00  280.00  320.00  3-12.00  8.50  315.(X)  73.(X)  117.50  1.10  .8*  .50  .50  2.00  2.00  .50  17.20  32.20  0.01  320.00  100.00  240.00  80.00  320.00  240.00  318.20  148.00  44.75  83.80  .100.00  7 UK)  "288.05  320.00  $-25.00  50.00  15.00  2.00  1.00  150.00  15.00  15.00  1.00  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  f.35  2.10  3.00  20.53  IS. 15  32.00  0.00  2.2.5  1.20  6.00  2.80  .35  .50  .70  .11  4.50  2.25  2ll0  1.05  3.00  :t^0  r,.oo  20.00  LANDS  ���too 00 -  800  150  7 '30  184,' MAP  3 50  3 50  #1.12  .10  2.25  .06  .09  .14  .92  .82  .05  8.20  �����%  .68 >  .18  .27  0.10  .14  .14  .40  .10  .45  .05  .27  .22  .45  .22  .80  .09  ?.12  .04  .03  .00  .04  .04  ?.34  .04  .45  .22  .27  .36  .30  .08  .36  .45  .10  .05  .13  .15  22.  .90  18 00  35-  07  34  $2.00  1.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  J.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  1.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  l.'OO  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  -2.00 -  2.00  2.00  2.00  200  200  200  200  928 12  1 35  4 26  51, 25  17 08  3 00  5 14  23 47  20 07  2 03  102 20  17 68  17 08]  �� 18  8 27  145 60  514  5 14  11 40  4 35  12 45  13 70  8 27  7 22  12 45  7 22  20 60  2 94  68  04  53  09  74  14  04  to 10, Block 13     to 10, block 26   to 9, block 27 ,  to 6, block 28   to 10, block 29..... ,  to 10, block 39   to 10, block 40   to8; block 41'..   block 42....  lots 1   lots 1   lots 1   lots 1   lots!   lots 1   lots 1  .....lots 1   lots 1,   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 .:.  ...Jots 1 to 10, block 52...  ...Jots 1 to 10, block 53...  ...Jot 1 to 4, block 54  ,  ....lot 1, block 55 ,  ...Jots 1 to 10, block 56 ..  ...lots 1 to 10,      "   57 ..  .ft)  .50  .45  .30  .50  .50  .50  .25  .25  .50  .50  .50  .45  .30  .50  .50  .25  .25  .50-  .50  .10  .16  .16  .14  .10  .16  .16  .16  .04  .02  .16  .16  .16  .16  .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  LOO  1.00  LOO  l.'OO  1.00  1.00  LOO  1.00  1.00  LOO  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  4.61  3.36,  1.72  1.40  2.11  2.72,  ;i:24  6.70-  1.24'  1189'  1.72  1.42  1.69  1.69  1.62  1.42  1.69  1.69  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  y 'mm  <  !"���  Mm  ���";'A'!m  BEING A SUB-DIVISION OF LOT 914, G.I. (O)  .15       1.00  ANACONDA, CAPITAL PRIZE ADDITION, MAP 11  Norand, W. E _ lot 6, bloc 1  2.50 .80  BOUNDARY FALLS TOWNSITE, MAP 19, BING A SVB-DIVISION OF PART OF LOT 429, G.I. (O)  Harris, James A  Jot 26, bloc 2  1.50 .07   ' 1.00  BOUNDARY FALLS TOWNSITE, SMELTER ADDITION, MAP 90, BEING SUB-DIV. OF PART'LOT 1612, G.I. (0)  Williams, Bert lot 9, bloc 1    .40 02  Williams, G.-M ������....lot 11, bloc 1   .    1.00 .04  Lewis, C. E lot 1 2 and 3, bloc 2  15.00 .67  4.45  2.57  3  2  1  3  1  1  3  E   Lewis,-- E. C. ...  Shillcock, W. A   lot 3, bloc 4 .   lot 5. bloc 6 ..  00  00  .04  .09  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.42  2.04  16.67  2.04  3.09  '���'���������i'm  }7v..;'-lf  ���;;:;m  Wm  ^^jg-  BOUNDARY FALLS,'CHRISTIENSON'S ADD., MAP 135, BEING A SUB-DIVISION OF PART LOT 931, G.I. (O)  Siddall,- S. E.  Johnson, S. M.   lot 3, bloc B    lot 12, bloc B   ..  .75  .50  .03  .11  1.00  1.00  1.78  3.61  ���;. .vs-si  CARSON TOWNSITE,. MAP 39, BEING A SUB-DIVISION OF PARTS OF LOT 517, G.I. (O)  Nelson, F. B lot 1, bloc 6    .25  .12  .02  1.00  1.39  CASCADE TOWNSITE, MAP 8," BEING A SUB-DIVISION OF PARTS OF LOTS 268, 269, AND 313, G.I. (O)  Schmitt, Marguerite   Clements, Anna _ _   Clements, Anna _   Waterlow, G. S. .  _ _   McCrae, Roderick     Wilcox, W B  _ _   0 84  3 04  12 45  7 22  8 27  10 36  10 36  17 18  10 36  12 20  4 20  3 101  5 131 Bothwell, A C    . 5 651 Kerby, -.Forbes, N . 1.  7 22 i Carman, George    22 001 McMillan, Isabella.: :    lot lo, bloc 3    west half lot 2, bloc 11.   south half lot 7, bloc 15   Iots 1 to 12, bloc 28'    lot 4, bloc 29     lot 11, bloc 32   .50  .25  .04  .25  .03  .84  1.00  .30  .11  .02  .01  .01  .04  .04  .02  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.52  1.30  1.29  1.88  2.04  1.43  Cosgrove T  CHRISTINA TOWNSITE, MAP 50, BEING A SUB-DIVISION OF PART LOT 317,-,G.I. CO)  B  and McAstocker, C J lots 7 to lo, blocl6   , .11 '       '  DEADWOOD, TOWNSITE, MAP 73, BEING SUB-DIV.ISION OF PART LOT, 620, O.I. (O)  1.00  .-, .^L-IT-S.'-i  ..lot 15,|bloc 9 :�����_'__���   _lots 9 and lo, bloc 14T..'_i.J__  .Jots l$,and 14, bloc VaU-'J~  .50 ,  1.25  ,.50  3.25  ,   .48- .  I.207  r-> .96--  3.12  420  10  0 001  0 351  3 57  0 84   i. 1 lots 13 and 14, bloc 19'-  DENORA TOWNSITE, MAP 103, BEING A SUBDIVISION OF PART LOT 1568, G.t CO)  ,.,   .04\'Hr.OO  ,   , .li:-fifl.oo  v-j;wi&t ' --  567  14  14  2.00  2* 00  Hughes, 13*1. J   Clay, Henry N.   Keeling. Amanda M.,  Holmes, Mrs. Nettie  SUB-DIVISION OF PORTIONS OF   lot 3. block 1...    ���... lot 1, block 27...    lot 2, block 2    ;..: ;... lot 3, block 3... ...:..������...._    ;.... lot 4, block 3.. _........���..   LOTS, 152 AND 327, MAP 888  Grand Forks Fruit & Nursery Co.  SUB-DIVISION OF.PART  ... block J4 ���7���.................:  ...      "   15. ............  ...      "   16 ; ......���.��� ...  ...       "   17......................;..............    10 00  ....... 10 00    10 00    SHO  ........ 1)50  LOT 334 CO)  . .... !U50  ... .. 24 SO  10 SO  .  20 50  5 00  5 00  5 00  400  4 50  MAP'523  2 50  IS 00  15 00  15 00  SUB-DIVISION OF PORTION OF LOT, 497, C.I. (O)  Lawson,' Robert...7  ... Block,  6.. .....  n"ZZ!ZZ:Z  12....   17   9 67  9 71  9 26  8 01  .10 07  MAP  $2 56  2 56  2 56  2 56  3 20  Grand Forks, Fruit & Nursery Co....     '  SUB-DIVISION OF PORTION OF LOT,  Hughes, Isaac (estate)   - block 16, west part   SUB-DIVISION OF PORTION OF LOT, 535, G.I. (0) MAP 110  Buckley, Mrs. Margaret block 13       10 00  500. G.I.  5 00  (0) MAP 140  3 50  5 00  Name of Person Assessed  Short Description of Property  Lots and Block Number  c  3  a*  a  o  o  u  m  a>  x  GustafBon, Exel   Cunningham, J F   Johnson, Andrew    .lot 4, bloc 13    Jots 12 and 13, bloc 18 ...  . lot 14,tbloc 18   3.00  3.28  .19  .08  .23  EHOLT TOWNSITE, MAP 71, BEING A SUB-DIVISION OF PART LOT 1223, G.I. (O)  64   McMaster, J A _  lots 3and 4, bloc3 ...  5 64  McArthur, Ella   _ lot lo,- bloc 3     Eholt Trading company   , lots 13 and 14, -bloc 4 .  Stuart,1 Alex  _ lot 19/ bloc 4   Caulfield; J J_... ........:.....  lot 2��;- bloc 4   BaTIey.Ed ���........���......_...._... _.___���._lot 22}bloc 4.   Larsen; .W  ...���u.^���.._.u..._............^���^lots 26 and 21,'bldc'B_r.  McOrmondt Samuel .���.;._L...���......���...���Jots 22, bioc 5..   MViMaSter. J A:.7������__.;_;..:..;.................lota 11 and -12,*bldk fi -J. .  McOrmond,,Samuel ..���._.���..���... ~-Jots 23 and.24, bloc 6.-  MooreAEhoch :;...i;:j_.:.^i_..7x.:..:.. ^..:_ :.lot 7, *Joc 13 ...2 ���.  Mather, W B Q,.���.  ...��� ......Jot lofbloc 13 ....  Bailey, Ed .,���... ���..._.:..���..... ...:...._Jots 13 14 and 15,  McOrmond, Samuel :._................ ...-lots1 23 and 24,  McMaster, J A.;. ._.....,..���.:..���.....���-lot 2, bloc 14-  bloc 13.  bloc 13   5.50  2.00  J. 50  1.50  1.00  5.00-  J. 75  3.0O  425  1.25  17.48  .38  19.38  1.90  2.47  .1.14  .76  4.05  3.80  1.33  2.28  15.48  .95  1.62  .79  .02  1.12  .09  .09  1.8  .12  .08  LOO  1.00  l.fl0  1.00  McAstocker, Mrs Vina.  McOrmond, Samuel ...   Allen, Geo W _   Fahey, L and A   Christiansoh, Jacob .  GLOSTER CITY  Hutton, Frank and Todd,  .......Jot5, bloc 14���   lots 11 and 12, bloc 14   lots 1 2 and 3, bloc 15   Jots 9 and lo, bloc 23   lots 1 and 7, bloc 24   ..lots 3 and 4, bloc 24   lot lo. bloc 24  ----   ~   lots 21 and 22, bloc 24   TOWNSITE, MAP 323, BEING" A SUB-DIVISION OF PART LOT 3672, G.I. CO)  1.00  3.75  5.50  4.00  4.25  1.06  2.50  .15  2.85  4.18  3.04  3.23  0.76  .57  .18  .40  .14  .24  .89  .10  .08  .04  .30  .44  .31  .34  .08  .12  0.6  !  4-��  CO  s  "rt  m  0>  O  0  4-��  O  H  c  ^^  G.I.  Manly. L-(A   Fageon, ('���        Coy. Ernest ...  Glaspell, Ilutf" A.  Fage��n. (J   SUB-DIVISION OF PORTION OF LOT 700,   lot 2, block 1    lota 3 and 4, block 3   lot3, block 4   ... lot 1, block 6   .. lots 2 3.  block 7   block 8   block 9   block 10   block 14      block 15       block 16    ANACOn'da'to'wNSITE, BEING A SUBDIVISION OF PART OF SECTION 32, TP.  lot 8, block '  . lots 1 2,  lots 1 2,  lots 1 2,  lots 3 4,  lots 3 4.  lots 3 4,  (0), MAP 38  3S  1  OO  ?5o  5o  1  OO  1   OO  75  75  1 OO  75  75  o2  o4  oil  o3  o4  o��  o3  oil  ol  o3  o3  1 OO  1 OO  1 OO  1 OO  1 OO  OO  OO  OO  OO  OO  OO  70  Keithley, Ewinj? "ZZ"Z"'"Z1 lot Q, block  Mickey. Pat  Tye, C. H. >���-���   Cookson, Wilfred .  Garland, Mary ........  Anderson, Mrs. M..  Johnson, S. M   Keithley. twing  -, t A  Wilmhurat, Joseph  ^... ^---^        fl  Miller, J. F- an I Law. w. m.  Morris, Chas. H   Keithley, Bwinu - -  Hammovle, Thomas.  Moore, J. W. .--.   Aspinwall, Philip.   Anderson, John.  lot 13, block 1   lot 1,  block 2   lot 3, block 2   lot 6, block 2    lots, 9 and 12, block 2.  lot 11, block i?   block 3   lot 9,  block 3   lot 12, blocks   lot 13, block 3 ...  lot 1, block 4   -'   lot 2,   block 4   lots 8 9, block 4   .... lot 10, block 4 .........  lots 12, 13 and 14. block 4  McDonnell, Chris lots 1, 9, li. 13 and 14, block 5  Garland.Mary......-..-- lots l to Gi block 7   Thompson, Dorothy     ]ofcs ^ 3> 4> G<  10f 13> Ut blk 9  Garland, Mary - -.' * iv>i'���i * V. ,7 -1 Vr i i "��� 11V'''J "(is  lots 1, 2. 4 and 5, block 10   Garland, Mary & McLenaglnuVJ as.   o      ,g   bjock 1Q ^  W. M.  Noitzel, Elizabeth   Garland,  Mary   Garland, T.  A........������������������-  Miller, J. F. and Law,  Garland, Mary.. ���   Kane, Mrs. Julia A   KeithRtley, Ewing  ... -  Johnson, S. M   Garland, Mary.   Keightley, Ewing   Newton, W. M   Johnson, S. M   Christian, J. L.-���   Hooper, Edith, L   Kerby, Forbes M ZZZloti]  Anderson, J. -f   lots 8 9,    lots 1 2 3 8 9 10 and 12, blk 11   lot 5, block 11   lots 1 and 2, block 12   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 & B, blk 15  lots 1 2 11 and 12, block 16   '.! lot 7, block 16   lot 8 9 and 10. block Hi   lot 13, block 16   lot 1, block 17   lot 3, block 17   block 17   50  20  00  3o  lo  3o  3o  1 5o  So  3o  1 lo  3 55  7 00  98  I 9o  1 80  2 68  3o  60  3o  60  3o  5o  I o5  1 2o  3o  9o  2 5o  4o  3o  !lo  16  12  08  24  08  56  32  16  96^  1 12  16  64  4o  16  56  1 60  2 56  52  96  80  1 28  16  16  16  24  56  64  16  48  96  2o  lfi  16  ol  ol  o3  ol  o3  o4  o2  ol  o2  n5  o2  o2  lo  o5  o2  o7  22  ���13  o7  13  12  18  o2  o3  o2  o3  o2  o3  <>7  oS  o2  o(5  15  o3  o2  o2  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1 00  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  2  1  1  2  2  1  1  2  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  G B lots two and nine, bloc 1   "  "       lots two and eight, bloc two ..  .< ,.   .    ..        ����       ��'"     Jots I 6 8 9 and 10, bloc 3.....  Kit-���,  CA  l.Z.lots four and five, bloc 3   fe FraS ^d^dTGB Z.:....::log ^��^^"  bloc seven  bloc seven  lots 6 and 14 to twenty.  lots 12 8 9 and 11 to 20, bloc 3  '<    lots 1 to 4. 6 to 10,13 to 20, bl. 10  Towe,-William _ - J0^1^  Matheson, Neil   Hutton, Frank and Todd, G B  [lain ��� ��� *v    --���-. -  Mathpson   Neil I*>ts three and four' L.      ���  Maineson, neu -.-������:-.���-x-v;       ,.^_ ,.��� j -ia  +~ i,��oniir  bloc 7  1.40  1.23  .88  1.25  1.75  3.15  .63  1.25  1.40  2.45  2.98  .06  .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  3J09  2.99  5.15  3.76  2.84  5. S3  IOJ20  4.22  6:52  21.72^  3.30  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  4.29  1.60  2.30  2.46  3.5(5  4.12  1  -lo  ot  5.S  5il  o-l  o4  78  78  o4  78  78  HENDERSON'S  ADDITION TO GRAND FORKS, MAP 156, BEING A SUB-DIVISION OF PART LOT 382,  G.I. (0)  .25  .88  2.75  .75  .04  .13  .03  .03  .04  .02  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.25  1.92  3.88  1.78  1.00  1.00  1.00  2.83  2.04  1.39  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  OO  00  00  OO  00  OO  OO  00  00  00  oh  1 OO  1 OO  1 00  1 00  1 OO  1 OO  48  13  09  77  29  59  96  48  00  42  17  48  32  24  25  48  73  6 37  10 99  57  9!)  72  14  48  03  48  03  AS  77  2 as  2 92  O'Brien   E H _ ?<>ts twelve and thirteen, bl. 9.  Robmlon W F " I       lots one and seven, bloc 10.���  KinSn' CM    '"  lots ten and eleven, bloc ten....  O'BnwE  H "  --lots twcJvc and 17' bIoc ten���  MCNEE'S 'ADDITION TO GRAND FORKS, MAP 128, BEING A SUB-DIVISION OF PART LOT 382, G.I. (0)  Kingston. C M - - lots 1 to 10, 13 to 20   bloc one. 1.75  Bonner  Jas T ..hots one to eight, bloc 3   i-w  itSfldgh-!^w^iter:::::::::::::::::::.:.:..iots u, 15 ana i& bioc three.. .3.  RUCKLE'S ADDITION TO GRAND FORKS, MAP 36, BEING A SUB-DIVISION OF PART LOT, 534, G. I 0  25 ��� 1.00 1.25  "at? .03       1.00 1.71  S7 .04       1.00 1.91  3'00 .14       LOO 4.14  McLellan. Norman lots, 1+ ana xo.o.oc hj^- ^ 25       L00 ti75  ![.'13 .50       LOO 12.63  .50 .02        LOO 1.52  Sloper," MrsNettie.: lot *?. bloc seven         Ruckle, F and E , lots .1? and 20 bloc 9           <<       <��        << i0ts nine and ten, bloc li   NormanZZ.Z.'.'ZZZ.ZZ.'.'.'lots, 14 and If, bloc twelve-  Baker. Wilfred lots three and three, bloc 21 ���  McDougak Angus E...._ lots one to ten. bloc to   Clark, ^B.,.Z lot six, Liloc29  -  MII>WAY TOWNSITE, MAP 3, BEING A SUB-DIVISION OF PART LOT 501, G,  ..lot 9. bloc*.?     lot three, bloc IS ----- --------  lot seven and eight, bloc 18..  lots 20 and 21, bloc 19...   .lot three, bloc twenty      lot eight, bloc twenty-five ...  Otto        ..lot four, bloc twenty-eight...  A C 1"      lot three, bloc twenty-nine ...  Mesker, Mrs JEdi&'"ZZ"Z"..""! lot 4 5 6, bloc twenty-nine  Albi, J and S, _ _ lot seven and eight, bloc 33  Massie, G E, .   ... _ lot sixteen, bloc th.rty-thiee.  Stephenson., P H.Z _... lot 21. bloc thirty-three   Munro, D D and Law W M lot four, bloc th'rty-foui    -.-  Yuill, S ^arry        ---lot seven, bloc thirty-five...  Russell, J   Barton. F W..  Clarkson, A B  Nelson, J W...  Sawyer, C A  Mace, E   Gruno,  Mesker  1.75  .25  2.50  .50  2.00  .25  6.00  3.00  1.50  Macaulay and Keightley.  Sater,, Andrew   Mesker, A C   Mamgott, Steve   Wilson, Herbert G.   Bailey, E :   Hamlin, Herbert   Mesker, A C    Smith, J C    Walker, Henry   Wickham, C   lot three, bloc thirty-six. ..--  "lot 4 & E part of 21. bloc 36 ...  L lots nine and ten, bloc 36   lots 15 and 16, bloc 36   lots 17 and 18, bloc36._.   lot twenty-two. bloc 3b  .......  lot twenty-two, bloc 37   lots one to six. bloc41 ---------  lots, eleven and twelve, bl. 45.  lots 16 and 17, bloc 45   lot nineteen, bloc 45   (Continued on Page *)  .25  .63  2.00  1.05  .15  .50  .30  .15  .15  .30  .00  1.80  .90  1.95  .38  .30  .90  .00  .75  .75  .37  .30  2-25  1.20  3.30  .30  I. 0  .12  .18  .04  .09  .13  .20  22  ."ll  .09  .01  .01  .03  .09  .03  .04  .ro  .14  .14  3.92  1.40  5.18  1.84  1.1.5  3.09  1.40  1.30  4.13  7.20  0.02  3.51  3.01  1.38  1.8-1  1.9-1  1.03  3.00  L78  2.04  1.30  3.35  4.34  4.44  1.30  4  I,  M  i  -P_M4UK_ ������.,,.-.   .......\.-,...:Li. ���. ��� . -���' ,���..:���.,���. :..��� _..--i���.!:.^^i..,.,t,-;u.: -... ....... J .   '��.tpMJi f ;fo,     ruf ,   . w..*-* r***��i  |I_H_HSs!|ifflB!BKM!B(9*I^^  IHHSSllSisHl��  Ba��$;*sfe^ :-:':-:^'L;'"^;:':'"::i.:'::���":.���������'���:'!���������'"^.- . ���.',;'  -; .���;.'.���.���":������':���.--V"^   'i;-,---.- .:���;.  li-fi.-WS'  1   tj,.-*  ^(.( ^-/   .tAJBft^rtrx'i,,,,^."."**-,'^,^1**^'*^   "*ri  > ( I ^ 11,*'  v ^w&ri' i'y^m��1  .XiiilSlONEER,. PHOENIX,   BRITI&H   COLUMBIA.  _    , ||||j|fl|p^ from Page 3)  pllill^ 50I> G-L ��  *����^ .30 -04  'OTW^~:f^ AyAyy&^A.-a -22     . 04 ���  "     :.a6t;twent&one#^^ \%  .00  (.84  2.07  1.84  10.20  3.09  mp^^AAAy^m,;^  lot 12and east 4 13, bloc 81  "   .lot sixteen, bloc thirty-one.--;  .Jotone, bloc U-.���---������     ,: ���,,,.;. .,, ��� T  ��  "' '   BEINGA. sUBrDIVISION OF LOT 901, G.I. O  Wtt&$-2>Wr.i  ''bloc 7   7    7    7   7     ,3.25  bloc 7-;-7'V".,,-;������/,:., v J.00.;.  ��� ���'"  '7   '2.00  :(=:'7-:f:J.oo,;.  7' c,; 7'-.-.73;/'  Bpliyi&OF PART ^OT 921,'Gl. O.  90  LOO  21.90  18  LOO  5.18  07  LOO  2.57  25  LOO  6.75  09  LOO  3.09  03  I.W/ff  1.53  TO  1.00"  3.35  07  1.00  2.57  .13  LOO  4.13  G.I.  O.  09  1.00  3.09  14  LOO  4.39  13  1.00  4.13  09  LOO  3.09  05  1.00  2.05  .03  1.00  1.78  MRS. PROF. CALDWELL  Artist, Montreal.  In Mm. CaildweW the well known  artist of Montreal we (have a splondlfj  Sample of a clover wire of a clever  man, for her husband Professor Caldwell o* M��G4W has made ;for himself  1.52  wmmii  7?THE7 STANDARD Is the National  Weiaklyv Newspaper of tiie Dominion  bit'Canada, ft It Is national  in all  its  ���ipimay^y  :'AftRinses- the, most expensive engrav-  ing^'jirpburlng the photographs from  all|over ;the world. ' ,  pltsiirtlcles are carefully selected and  ^ItffEditorial policy Is 'thoroughly  'independent, ;'   s< <  y&$Subscription, to, Tho Standard  'cost|?$2|>0 per year to any address in  Gamada'-or Great Britain.  ^^^^IrY'ITTOR 1912!  MRS.  PROF.  CALDWELL  a notional reputation. Mrs. Caldwell's  work la-teHy has been of au illustrative  character, though we expect soon to  see some of (her more ambitious work.  . J. A. RUDDICK,  i     Dairy Commissioner  !    Mr   J. A. Ruddick, Daury and Cold  'Storage commissioner of the Department of Agriculture, directs a branch  of Government work devoted to  the  'interests of Canadian fruit and dairy  ���producers. ' The   work   of  Mr.   Rud-  dick's   branch  is of  so  diversified  a  'character that it is extremely difficult  to define broad-ly.    Its two mam divisions, however, are those of production and commercial exploitation.   In  last  October  the  staff,   which   varies  In size according to the requirements  'of season, numbered 91 employees.  -    Under the head of production  the  first thing necessary is to keep Canadian fruit'and dairy producers up to  the mark required of them by competition  in  the  markets  at  home  and  abroad.    (They  must  be   educated   in  the most | approved methods, and for  this purpose meetings are organized  and, addressed   by   officers   of   the  bramch.     . , ������ _.. .   ���  Ka-.-  *��s   v   ,���_.. ^^.,-^ygrap&\...  tar; absolutely free fr&m alum*  |jjjj��j^  ISlIllflllt^  HKM1-_SP^  65 YEARS  EXPERIENCE -  CARDINAL  FALCOJflO  . Former. Apostolic  Delegate,  to Canada.    >  Apostolic Delegate Falcon-lo has bis  mother to thank tor ��he great honor  Pope Plus-X recently bestowed upoa  him. He was bora in a little P^elesA  village in the Abruzei, Italy, in 184-.  His father had mapped out for him  I a business -life, but this did not meet  wi*h the aiprpovatt of the mother. Alter many family arguments the religious mother,quietly sent the hoy, then  nea-ring IK to the Franciscan Order,  which   he "\ entered   and   began   his  studies  for/ the  priesthood.  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' p end the money with the paper that is  read with interest. It reaches the people and  you know thai you're getting into the homes of  the people you want to reach.  111  Ouality has not yet become popular, but  the day is not far distant when this will be,one  of the main features of Newspaper Advertising.  In the meantime business men, who have faith  in quality, are reaping huge returns.  lit  Remember first, last, and always, that circulation counts; that quality of service gives  quality in returns. The high priced medium  pays. Like the high priced servant, you will  find money well expended.  fit  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.  lit  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 arc assured.  Hit  We use the most modern type and machinery money can buy, combined with thorough  workmanship���a combination which enables, us  to do the best work at a moderate cost.  ailnBon of any scientific Journal. TerriM for  Gniada, J3.75 a year, postage prepaid. Sold by  all newsdealer*. -  MUNN & ft.*"**-* New York  ,  " Branch Office"*** V St, Washington. D. C  Arohb.'shop.   '9i  In lS89<he -was sent to Canada as  the papal delegate, being transferred  to the United tSates Se<pt. 30,  1902.  The PHOENIX PIONEER  $2.00 per year, in Advance : $2.50 per year, United States  J$Si?C-"A ������..������-���-...  PROGRAMME OF RACE MEET  -'',.-     I"'  1,vr.._-i- .t^:^^roi:io^l?^e, 7miie, heats, 2 in^fc "':���'/!y 'y a &  |?Four mile Relay race in two heats of twomiles   . 1?; i  Ki,.���.., ,       slFree fdrail Runrimg  1m|��1^^ iri7;3,7!,7;7'v  iyj$��f.2.s;<i fX'A' .'���']'}���''���-'''';���"' ���''':'y^'\ -'vV'7'^,1-; ,'^t -,.:"-,-   ��� .,'"."-"- (-';���.���'"��� ' :'"'",'-/' A. ' ���_ ".' ��� ,'.,'" ^*** ,���       -��� ���:.; ':.    ���      ' ^~T   '���     ��� "'  ',-'���'��� ' ''"'���������'���   -' '���   ���������..'- ./���;-���.. *���> -  p^ifieeJiprMl Running,';.hal��-rmle heats, 2 in'3Zz -. -i'(YYyApA^  |l^i^l fbr all Fttinning, three-eight mile heats,' 2 int3   c���:  I  life  MWmyyyy  |8.-.&��f��Kte,..'i',.:,.'.' ���.���.������-��� .;���������'.  H"MSl^|^S&/:;.-'-'i'.. '���'"  w7SsMii;M��|7T''''"''' ���  $200  7lpo  lob  f7-:5o  y-'^o  \y-.:'4d  2o  $100  6o  5o  25  25  2o  15  4o  Pony Race, 14.1 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  lo  15  15  7  lo  25  $ 5  5  lo  3  7  1o  ��i..'f��-:i��i-aA��,vri5j!.^,;,jj, .v. ..,.���. ������..,,.-���.,-, ����� ���  ^''���?WfSs*i'��VvfeJ-riif-"jV;.- ;'�����':,���'���;���'; m,' ������  w:-i>yy&yAy%A?A;;y^y''>:^*��a  wiA?M^$^.$i'<yAvti*AAi:>\' 71-'-- ���>���'��� 7  li ihy��yxM^yAy^Ayiyf[ ss,  f0issi��y0y>y;Ay4A;yy^AA: yA ���;:��� "^ ;.���  -of-Fruit, Vegetables, Stock, Poultry, Ladies'  Work, etc., heSd in Interior of British CoSumbia  :'s Everybody's Fair  For Detan Inferiation, Prize Lists, etc., address-W. E. HADDEN, Secy.; FRED CLARK, Pres.  ^HkjSI.  fi>fP  mm  m jpywyiwyy����'.y^y, <��� -y^;g  a^ssfflsSfe'  PaEEL  fiTl����Mn(<^,,l' rv"  -^ .jjr~���    ~>  ffel^llit^llMW^  Mv.^..auvAli*w.taiv,. ��.��. ,��mv^��  ,��>m.mrt* 1. ���   n imawH^Wwpy.  M��v��,',|,  ^HkjSI.  M  r:  ��17  ;������ *  J  ���B  in,   Il  *!  t  ft  Cl  THE   PIONEER.    PHOENIX.    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  If the blood is poor and filled with the  poisons from diseased kidneys or inactive  liver, the heart is not only starved but  poisoned as well. There aro many conditions due to impure blood���such a��  dropsy, fainting spells, nervous debility  or the many scrofulous conditions, ulcers,  " fever-sores," white swellings, eto. All  can be overcome and cured by  Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery  This supplies pure blood���by aiding digestion, increasing assimilation and imparting tone to the whole circulatory system. Its a heart tonic nnd �� great deal  more, having an alterative aotion on the liver and kidneys, it helps to eliminate  the poisons from the blood.  To enrich the blood and increase the red blood corpuscles, thereby feeding  the nerves on rich red blood and doing away with nervous irritability, take  Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and do not permit a dishonest dealer  to insult your intelligence with the " just as good kind." The "Disoovery <  hus 10 years of cures behind it and contains no alcohol or narcotics. Ingredients plainly printed on wrapper.  Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of  stamps to pay expense of wrapping und mailing only. Send SO one-cent ��f��mP8  for the French cloth-bound book.    Address: Dr. R.V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. T.  The  Queen's Hotel  COMPLETELY REFURNISHED AND  REFITTED  ^  We beg: to announce the reopening of the Queen's Hotel.    This  popular hotel has been  completely refitted throughout;  everything new and up-to-date.    Large lofty rooms,  heated 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 i.s assured all our guests.     It is  the most centrally loealed hotel in town.  Bar Stocked with Best Wines, Liquors, Cigars  Chisholm & Hartman, Props  1 FIRST STREET AND KNOB HILL AVENUE  Your Milk Supply  Should come from healthy and vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  manner Separated Cream insures purity and  quality. The Dairy produces both.  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  issued weekly  at Phoenix, British Columbia  Subscription, 2.00 per year  2.50 to United States.  G. Kay, Publisher.  ADVERTISING SOALK  Application for Liquor Licence (90 days) ..18.00  Certificate of Improvement notice (60days) $7.60  Application to Purchase Land notices (80 d��yn)   S7.fi0  Delinquent Co-owner notices (00 days) ... .#10.00  Small Water Notices (30 days) $7.fi0  AU other legal advertising, 12 cents a line,  single column, for tho first Insertion; and 8  cents a line for each subsequent Insertion, nonpareil measurement.  Saturday, Sept. 28, 1912  Nogi  Darkness having fallen, General  Nogi and his wife sat down in their  quiet home, drank a cup of saki,  and then awaited the boom of the  gun that would announce the passing out of the city to its last resting  place of the body of their revered  emperor. This they had chosen as  the moment for their self-destruction. Gen. Nogi was one of the  three or four outstanding figures of  the Japanese-Russian war. It was  on him that devolved the task of  taking the almost impregnable fortress of Port Arthur. He had to  order his men up the steep entrenched and gun-guarded slopes in attack after attack to die by thousands. In the middle of this terrible attack word came to him that  his younger son had been killed in  the march on Mukden. Not many  days after it was his hard task to  order the regiment of his elder son  to storm the 203 Metre hill, where  he also met death. The general,  thus bereft of descendants, seems  to have found in his emperor the  only attachment left to live for.  Materially his loss is one of the  greatest losses he could have inflicted on his country. He was one  of its greatest fighting units and of  more value than a whole regiment  of men. Hari-kiri, which means  belly-cutting, is a mode of suicide  which was once compulsory on  those of the upper' class who had  disgraced themselves, and who re  ceived with a polite message, a present of a dagger from the emperor.  It is now, however, a purely voluntary way of showing disapproval  of a public policy or grief at a bereavement. It is the Japanese ex  pression of extreme devotion to a  cause or person. The new emperor  may be grateful for the expression  of sympathy, but he can hardly help  but feel   more lastingly the loss he  THE  DAIRY      J. W. Hannam, Prop.  Our Near Neighbor  Our   fair ��neighbor,  Greenwood,  rouses herself,   as   \jsual,    once   a  year, and busies heriself for  a few  weeks preparing for her annual fair,  which this year  is tq take place on  September 30 and October 1 and 2.  After the fair is  over  and  the bills  paid, she  rolls  over,.,so to  speak,  and takes another sleep for the rest  of the  year.    Now,   if Greenwood  was a city situate in, the vicinity of  the Dismal Swamp, we could understand her and diagnose her complaint as an  attack of hookworm,  and say no more about it.   But here  in   these  northern latitudes,  where  a pelagra would freeze to death on  the lid   of a  cook stove,   the idea  is not to be thought of.  This   is not   quite ,as. it, should  be, but nevertheless   it is infinitely  preferable to nothing at all. Greenwood has   ever  been  an, enigma to  most of us and we have^asked ourselves  repeatedly  the   query   as   to  ,how much  longer  this hibernating  habit  of hers is going  to last,  for  heaven   knows   it  has   lasted   long  enough.    Although we have never  been   honored   with   a  copy  of the  Greenwood fair catalogue, ,.we learn I has sustained   in the death of a man  that   our  neighbor  is   about  to   do I who   was   not   only  a   soldier,   but  herself justice for once and place on l who had been  a governor   of For  exhibition for the edification of visi-1 rnbsa,  and   who had   travelled and  tors,   the    varied   products;  of   her 1 studied    much.       The-  loss   should  mines, claims, orchards and,ranches. 1 shock     Japan   into      a.  resolution  But surely a district like Greenwood I against the custom.���Witness,  and  Midway  is deserving ^of more  WE'LL show yoii some  of the most popular,?  styles in New Fall Suits sver  seen in Canada.  They are true Fit-Refornh  creations ��� originated b^  Canada's greatest exponents^  ��f artistic tailoring. Come,  and see them.  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.  Bouadary,  Opposite   Great  Northern  Depot,     v   v     Modern Bathrooms.  STEAM HEATED.  James Marshall, Prop.  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix, B.C.  N.-  _  '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 toTsell 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;      EXOUUSIVENESS OF STYLE  iTweaueUiemt��''ptope? Clothes" are good credentials and em-  ^a'manTgood tas^e and refinement. If you want to appear  at vour best, this is the store to come to.  publicity than that afforded by an  annual fall fair. We in th^s mountain town are fully i aware of the  immense possibilities for.fruit growing   and   farming   that  Greenwood  Going to Show 'Em  Canada is going to show the  world what can be done in .the way  of producing fruits which require  warm   weather  to   mature.      There  D. O. NIATHESON  . r. Ihsursvno*. Asjc��nt  FIDELITY ��� BONDS, PLATE GLASS,  COMMISSIONER FOR TAKING  AFFIDAVITS  FlREiiLlFEzAND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX,  B.O.  Men's Wear Exclusively  Watchword  The Product of the local dairies is good, but ours is  the best.  Ce-uUness is our watchword, and no germ can pass our sentrie,  v dcoirimcnt has increased its supply of eggs.     Let us  Our poultry dcp.utmc.u ^ pHONE F 32  accommodate you.  ^    ���" I       ^TZs _--- W. A. McKay & Sons  The Phoenix Dairy        proprietors  The Central Hotel  , ��� ^E.- TO FAMOUS GRANBY M.NES  ^ST-OLASS ACCOMMODATION FOK  ���..��RS  Bar Stored with the Finest Une of Wine, ����"��*"*  A   o   JOHNSON     -    -     Proprietor  ���������js     ��� . ...     =�� -��� .  district offers, but urrfbrtuaately thel wjii be displayed  at the Festival of j  outside   world   appeals, to ibe quite I Empire,   in.   London,    this   autumn,]  ignorant  of    its   splendid .agrarian j^ array of Canadian grown grapes j  resources, which   with   the, aid  of a. and peaches.     An   expert  is now in,  live publicity committee>;and the co-|the Niagara district picking out thel  operation  of the provincial Tdepart- j exhibits.       �����*">" ���"*   *   reason   fori  ment of agriculture could with little  expense be brought to the attention  of the  homeseeker.    ,We .trust the  1912 fair will prove ,a genuine success   and   be   the  forerunner  of   a  greater   advertising  .scheme   more  worthv of that town and district.  Hello! People  delicious   ice   cream   a  Drop   in   and   try   our  We keep a full assortment of  nd  soft drinks.  Tobacco, Pipes and Smokers' Supplies  Tooaccw,     "1 Tows   Brushes, etc.  Stationery, Books, Toys, csru*  Sec our new line of PostCards.  Antonio  KNOB HILL AVENUE  Grand Forks and District  In   these   days    of, fake    booms,  most of them far away, it is refreshing   to  us   in   Phoenix,   who   have  been "stung" so hard tand frequent,  to hear of one,   at least,   trjat bids  fair to promise a reasonable return  for the  money  invested.    The district we refer to, is of course Grand  Forks, one of the most' delightfully  situated localities in  the province of  British   Columbia,    a    countryside  whose urban and sylvan beauty has  entranced the   tourists   from  many  lands, and whose fertile and productive   soil has  provided  more than a  competence to the settlers and-inci-  dentally been  the means of establishing  hundreds   of   the   happiest  and most prosperous  homes in this  fair Dominion   of ours.    Few cities  in the  Dominion   can  offer   the! advantages  that   the  city   of   Grand  Forks  has   and   will  have to offer.  Incomparably   situated   in    a   wide  valley, much  resembling as  to flatness, the prairie towns, surrounded  by   hills   and   majestic   mountains,  with a river winding its way through  the municipality,   very few places in  the country could afford to hold the  mirror to it for scenic beauty, while  those  places    in  British    Columbia  that might challenge the claim have  very   little   else   to   offer.       Grand  Forks municipality, however, can go  even   one   better  and   point to the  dual advantage she possesses in the  thousands  of acres   of arable   land  which is her splendid heritage.  There is a reason for  this. Ft appears that Australian  immigration agents have been telling  the British people things that are  neither kind or accurate.  Dr. McMillan, of Nelson, in giving evidence at the Doukobor Inquiry, stated that though the Douk  religion forbade the use of tobacco,  they smoked it and had frequently  asked him for red-eye.  ����  fro y***'  ^l��_s^  Overheard in a St rat-Car.  ' There's a lesson right there I  Little blemishes of complexion, small sores, eruptions,  ' spots, are not only unpleasant  to the person afflicted, but are.  the first thins noticed by otter  people.  A little Zam-Buk applied at  1 night to spots, eruptions, sores  of any kind will do wonders.  Zam-Buk is not a greasy  preparation which will go rancid on your dressing table.  It is made from healing, herbal  extracts and essences. Always  pure* fresh and ready for ose.  Doesn't lose its power. Keeps  indefinitely. Healing, soothing  and antiseptic all the tirae.  Try It!  60c. boat all drufgwt* and eSewss.  d. jl. Mcelroy  SOLE AGENTS EOR PRINCETON COAL  Dealer in Lumber, Shingles, Lath  and Cedar Poles.     Stull Laggan.  First-Class Fir & Tamarac Wood.  MOVING MACHINERY OUR SPECIALTY  If Tired of Wood, try Princeton Coal  Smoked Meats and Lard  W�� are brindne these Goods in fresh every week, and the  Qualify is No T.^G'ive us your next order in this hue and you  will be well satisfied.  SUGAR CURED HAMS, 28c p��r lb.  CHOICE BREAKFAST BACON, 2��c p��r l��.  PURE LEAF LARD, Sib. Pa", ���1'��*._-  FRESH CHURNED CREAMERY BUTTER  FRESH FARM EQQS  f^ BURNS & CO., LTD_  Wholtaale and Retail Butcher* and Produce Merchants  PHOENIX, B. C.       PHONE 2  Summer Jewelry  We have a new selection of CUFF LINKS, TEA PINS,  etc.    Very Nice Designs.  CUFF  through  ���, made specially for Soft Cuffs, will not pull  SI .50 t�� ��3.50 per pair  Engraved free  TIE   PINS to match signet; and other styles.  ��1.00 and up.  SEE OUR WINDOW. SEE OUR WINDOW.  )T  wr.irw'.fl  :'.(>.  j 4-waMI  ' 'JL  f '*$��  yym  . ��� i, *i  1 - ":a  it  %  Sf*1  '-it.  )r  .V  <l  mmmzM��^��; m (  _..     _  _m  fr(.   .      _^ SH^ER^ST*^**?^*^!* 'i ����� rv*~&n     I �� V(W{W��|M* ^V*A J&'iW'ra4.^!'V WH ��� M J -i* JMt*t ** *   J J, "*^   ���  ^^S/^^^M^ivW^MA^^'^^^^^ I'-fc' fc^   _JrfV^DW_y�� -k Ww riA W*a��irflU HlftW fel ' ��hm / * 11A* ' Jl     -*     �� �����   ~-"        *"  * Vr < ;f     fl  ^<iwrii��M^i v *f-  ���,*,*      WW** al      J1'"*   * !������*/���*���  _^-.   ��->w��ni.       j.i*ti*j*l   H    n  <  -(���*-��-  t-'TttJ2ilJ_S2!9|  r t* i   �� \ n-r  ft *^r  (ki^rrv**t^'fir<v^i^i- s^uasittiHt.**  ��� M.t>��if*iifer"J *  V  Tfl?,'.'PIONEER.    PHQENIX7; BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  'The idrug store is .under.,an entire  new management. , _  | Charlie Hagan was a'passenger on  Wednesday's train for Spokane.  1 Born���At Phoenix,' Sept.'21, to Mr.  and Mrs. Wm. Whittaker, a son.  ! B- V. Ohisholm returned on Friday  from a short holiday in Washington.  , R. Wilkinson returned to town on  Monday'from a   few   days    visit   to  Spokane.       > < * >  , Mrs. W. .Murray is visiting, her  daughter, Mrs. Thomas McBhoy of  Spokane.      ^ ,  >    ���     ,  ' Born���At Phoenix, on Tiles.,, September 24, to" Mr. and Mrs. William  Dawson, a son.  Born���At Westboro. Ont., on Friday,' September 13, to Mr. and Mi*.  Oolin A. Ross, a son.   ��  ,A1. Alstrom is closing out hit. lines  of gloss and crockery ware. Call, and  pick out your dinner sets. _  When in need of the services of an  expert piano tuner, call'up Chas. King,  at the King's hotel. Phoenix.  'Why send away for Druggist supplies? The Phoenix Drug Co. will meet  both your wants and purse.  Miss Annie Bockliu, of Spokane, arrived .in town on Wednesday to visit  her sister/Mrs. Win. Dawson.  Geo'. Hewson, one of Phoenix's  bloa'tc*d capitalists leaves today to astonish the natives on the coast.-      >  Jack "Vivian, the popular Boundary  .chef, left on Wednesday1 to spend a  few days in. the neighborhood, of  Nelson.,    ', , , >  i Methodist Church ��� Sunday school  and Bible class, 2.30 p.m.; evening ser-  ,vice,'7.30 p.m. Prayer meeting, Thursday1 evening, 7.45 p.m. " ' '  A varied assortment of musical supplies" has just reached us; including ae-  cordeons, mouth organs and violins.-���  'Al. Alinstrom, the bookstore.  Presbyterian service will be held on  Sunday evening, September 29, at 7.30  p.m., in thelodgeiooni, Miners' Union  ��-'{��    .?^__j_���l  ^.���nil'.'t-n-tj-i      T    T?   'Mnnrn  The statement appearing in our issue of a couple of weeks ago, that the  management of the moving picture  show had secured a lease on the Pho-  nix opera house, was an unfortunate  error on our part. This week there  was an unusually large attendance at  the show, and the Oxford and Cambridge boat race views were extremely  clear and distinct. ,  , Jim Trumpour blew into the burg on  Tuesday, after more than a year's absence in Alberta, where he possesses a  small portion of this sub-lunaiy planet.  James reports quite a loss among the  cattle of his fli&brict, during the cold  and snow of last winter. Passing  through the Hat on his way to B. C,  he called and paid his respects to  Messrs. L. Y. Byrnie, Fred Tysoe and  Sam Matthews, three prominent former Phoenicians, all of whom he found  looking prosperous and raking in tho  skekels. Professor Tysoe is now a full  fledged mechanic and expects to take  a partner in' tho firm about next July  Fourth. '(  ' The originators of tho camera club  idea have not allowed the Hies to  alight on them. \ On Wednesday evening there was a meeting of amateur  photographers to arrange the preliminary details,' and Al. Almstrom was  elected president and Omar Cote sec.  pro tern. The next thing on the program is to find a suitable clubrooni  and the committee are considering a.  place in the lower town formerly the  home of the Pioneer. The idea should  commend itself to the owners of  cameras who will find in the club a  convenient place to develop and prepare their pictures, while the expense  will be infiriitesible. Another meeting  is called for Wednesday next.  PPU:  SUCCESSORS TO JOHN UOVE  Wc have a high-class line of  Drugs, Toilet  Stationery,  and everything in the line of a  Store, at a moderate price.  PRESCRIPTIONS ARE A SPECIALTY  and every Article as the Doctor orders.  well-equipped  Drug  Phoenix Drug Company  ���Phone 16. T. S. Quancc, Manager  ?!  Great Northern Railway  ZrZreZrU  ,little*to be,desired  ,,.���.���, , ��� ,���, jroom was crowded, while.the sight  Hair. -A cordial welcome. J. R. Munro,   of memberj>  of other denominations  pastor1/V "^ ' '      ' .promises" well  for  a revival  of the  The iLadie's'Aid of the Presbyterian l0id_time  spirit  of tolerance  that  at  'church'"desire to thank <the^members '^ne time* was such' a marked charac-  ofj-the-city band, and ,all ^otheis-.who   tertstic 'of  Phoenix.    The expected  assisted^in,'making ,the,recent,,social 'assistance .from.Greenwood  did not  ^m**% .*uc1<Je'3S4*^w.*s\.  .  J.-J '   '.   i  ' <i ���' materialize1,' but this, did^ not visibly  PiPlslV   St.* Ho8^"of'the1.Boyles"Bros,  dia-1*affect^ either   the 'excellence  of tfie  j^lisiiljiuand^^^ the   appetites'  of    the  Ml  ("this^week'of thepassing of his mother. I numerous guests.   "The presence of  (The* deceased lady was a resident of j'city' bandr was -quite an innovation,  '��� Fresno, California. '' ' ��--���- ���       n        -      -<  The Services on Sunday in St. John's  Presbyterian Social  ' The social ��-iven on Thursday  under the auspices of the ladies' aid  'of the Presbyterian church, as was  expected, proved a most enjoyable  affair, the efforts of those ladies  having- met with more than ordinary success-, while from a social  standpoint the proceedings left very  The fine lodtje-  To VICTORIA, B.C., ��StHrB  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  i , For full particulars call or address���  W. X. PERKINS, Agent.  ROYAL  BILLIARD  Beautiful Selection of Pipes, Cigars  Tobaccos. All the most popular  blends of Cigarettes, etc.  I  PARLORS      Cosgrove & McAstocker, Props,  ^',5  Fancy Goddsj^'Dolte-and Toys, K'odak' Films and  Supplies, Musical., Instruments/and Supplies, Newspapers, Magazines and.Periodicals���School Sundries.  Wallpaper and Decorative Pictures  Cigars,   1 obacco and Smokers  Sundries  {&<}".} 3Pa<^ntMedi6ihes.^ JH^0|let'Arti^les^i\  T[  UiB.  AL^ALMSTROM  All the Latest News-  ���"'���- "papers;'^MagazihesrJ I  -C���3T TT^iZ  V VJ<��piMiBiW" '���"* "'A  ���3*Sgi  ���Vi"  ^^xTs^T^ST^TJ^^i .?^:r:i\*^virMitter.alrActi'r;;  Diseases of fflen  ' CEU'i'fKlCATK OF'IMPUOVEMKNTS.  -'itotrcK.' "   '  v/JAtliuiHic"- nMlon ^Q^- a", lyflobml :Claliu,  hltuaUJ-m atu��n>voo4,Miniii�� Dlvittioiij pf,, Yule  <Unll ict.' '"> *- ��!'��''''^'71 -    w.l"i   r"    't     ���<  ^-SXhcic.JJV'ijatd^^Gttnu^ood OjoJipr^", ,  ./I'AKliXQ'JL'lCliUiutlfJioiuiIil J. Matlicsoh,  HKciitfoiil-Gwsf.��Jblfnb6ii,'if,i<ib illficr's Corlifl-  cnto >"o.^: iSaB^in'tfend 00;<ii^3^rbiit. the date  hereof, to apply to tlio Mining: .Jlccordcr for.n.  CoiLillcite ot ImpioYLineiitrf, for Uio purpose  o�� obtm^iug u Uiowu Grant of the above claim.  Aiwtfuither'tako notice lliatf'aetion, undfti  Motion 37,mtist tii^coriiiuonccd before tho ih-  biiailee 6fj*iiob CtjELificftto <jf Itppv<j>;eineiith.  &  ' "I'positively cure three-lourths of  dll thc,cttM>s.Jbhat jiic absolutely in-  cimible'by Any mothod^ oth in* than  those I employ- I do not can- who  hus tieatod you or how long, or by  what nit-lino he luib tiealwlyou; Jibe  prohahilitj is that. 1 can em<-you,  and I will be <ible to,speak definitely in the mallei when I know the  d'etails of your case.  WRITE FOR FREE BOOK  .If-you can't call-at my oHiee wiitc  1 for Voy book, which ilesciibes my  iraefcho'dv: rAll' le'Uoi't. ^ait- given  J special uttention.  DR. KELLEY'S  MUSEUM .   , ,  210 JLJowaid St., Spokane, "Wabli.  For Sale  '"���   3Jo you  wtint to pmclicwy & Llack-  ���pniilh buSidct's, 'situate in n Hrt,t-clas8  1 locality; the only shop in   iowu; hoi se  ''j*oeingiu^<rt*i������*<*l'H*wi**busij(Hr,s^ will b��  disposed of cheaply.  J��.Uul this'^hriiiy of .7irfj-v.A.D. li)12.  gent.  Mineral Act..  Certificate of Improvements.  , .   ' ���  ���   -.,. 7.   *��  .':   ���  NOTICE  "AUanlii L'l.utipu 'Mineral Claim, wLu.itc in  U10 Gieenuood Mining Division of Y11I0 dih-  Irict: ���  '  Wli'-ie located:���Greenwood Camp.  TAKKXOT10K (hat J, IJoimlcl J. Matheson.  agent for GuHt. John'soii, Fieo Miner's' Certifl-  i ate. No. B. 19802, intend, sixt} days fiom the  date heieof, Lo <ipplj to tho Mining Recorder  lora Ceitillf.itc of Iiiipiovi-mciil*, foi the pill  l>o-,eof obtaining a C'iowij Gi,��iL oClhpnbovc  claim.  And fiuthei take notice tliat action, under  s.tLtion :)7, must be commenced beforo U10 issuance of buch Ccititicuto of Improvements.  ])nt ( d tills 25th day of July, A.D. 1912,  D. J. MATHKHON, Agent.  Th'u'tyjMeroplanes and tw.o dirigible balloons took part in the recent  British army manoeuvres.   '    '"v,���4*,  Church are:- Holy Communion at 7.^0  a.ni.. Morning Prayer at 10.30, Holy  .Communion at 11 a.m., Sunday School  'afr2.30p.m., Evening Prayer at 7.30.  Rev. iL. B. Lee, Rector.  P. W.   MpCallum,   Dominion immigration inspector  of Grand Forks, is  back in uniform again.  Few undesir'a  ables   manage   to evade  the watchful  attention of Pete.     He  was a visitor  in camp on Friday.  The stated services in the Catholic  church are as follows: Fir��fc and third  Sundays in the month. Mass at 10  a.m., Sunday School at 2.30 pin.;  Evening Service at 7.30 p.m. Kev.  Father Choinel, pastor.  Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Pritchard express their sincere thanks to their  numerous friends, in Phoenix, for the  many floral offerings, and aliso for  the kindly expressions of sympathy  tendered them in their recent sad bereavement.  ' 'A. B. Curtiss has been appointed to  the position of manager of the local  telephone company, in the place of  J., jTitzhugh, who recently left for  j\frica'8 sminy clime. Mr. Curtiss hails  from St., John's, New Brunswick, and  is a- relative of the famous aeroplane  operator of that name/ .  The Great Northern is quoting  round trip rates for the following  dates: &ew Westminster, $19.70, with  date sale September 28th to October  3rd and return limit Oct. 8th; Spokane  Interstate fair, $7.20, dates daily from  Septerii'ber 28th to Octoher 5th and  return limit October 7th.  Mrs, P. Carrieri and children, of  Spokane, who have recently been the  guests of Messsvs. P. and^A. Turano,  of the Dominion hotel, left in company with the former, on Friday  morning, for Carmi, where Mr. Carrieri has secured a contract in connection wijih the railroad construction.  Walking in the woods on Sunday  last, one of the Pioneer staff was  shown a fine specimen of an apple tree,  the seed of which was sown a little  over two ye&rs ago. Absolutely no  attention whatever was given to it  and yet the tree is strikingly healthy  aud has attained a height of nearly  five feet.  St. Judes Church, Greenwood, was  the scene of a quiet wedding on Sat-  uiday last, when the vicar, the Rev.  Fianklin Watson, solemnized the  nuptials of William Brewer, of Phoenix, and Miss Clara Wordstrom, also  of this- city. The bridegroom has for  many years been a popular resident of  the camp and his numerous friends,  to whom the wedding came as a surprise, will heartily unite in the wish  for the happiness) and prosperity 'of  the newly-married couple.  their selections being well received,  as were  all the  musical   and recitative contributions  on   the program,  not forg-etting-,   of course,   the   lec-  turette on Rome by  the genial pastor himself.     The  following are the  names ot  the  ladies  and gentlemen  who placed   their talents-  at the disposal of  the "aid,"  and entertained  the g-uest with tsong and story:   Mrs.  Alex. McDowa'IJ,   Mrs.   R. Lindsay,  Mrs.   A.     F.    -Geddes,    Messrs.   J  Thorn,    J.     Hannam     and    R.     II.  McCammon.   ,J. T. Hawthorne presided at the.piano.  FROM THE TROPICS  HCALU*  Phoenix Football Team  The following is the line-up of the  Phoenix football team who will  meet the Motherlode aggregation at  the Greenwood Fair Monday, and  contest,for the Boundary championship:  Goal, P. Murphy; backs, James  Porter, VV. Oxley; half-backs, Joe  McNeil, W. Edwards, T. Edwards;  forwards, G.' Hartley, G. Buck, G.  O. Pritchard, W. Williams, Robt.  Pritchard.  B. C. Copper Treatment  The ' B. C. Columbia company's  smelter treated 15,299 tons of ore  this week, as follows: Mother Lode,  7,329; Rawhide, 7,428; Napoleon,  362; others, 180.  S%C.-v*?.V  In Central America many natives are  gathering the seeds of this plant, Oedron  Seed,, a rare medicine that has valuable  curative powers. But few drug storeB  carry this seed, owing to the high cost  of the article.  This country is a large consumer of  this costly seed because it enters Into  tho famous catarrh remedy. PertUM*  ��oldth���iworld n������  Business Snaps  For Sale���A first-cHss lliiee-iooiueil  house; furnished; cheap. For terms,  apply Pioneer office.  The property known as the liiner  block; best location in town; four suites  of thiee rooms each; well furnished for  housekeeping; all i en led. Lower floor  can be used for any kind of business:  veiy cheap, part cash, rest terms: no  encumbrance; clear title; n lifetime  opportunity to light party. See owner on premises.  Ranch for Sale���320 acres al $35 per  acre. Included in the sale are the  following effects: 1 mowei, 1 lake,  ploughs, drag hai l ows, 1 team. h*u-  ness and wagon, 1 seL sleighs, household goods, 1 bam and ii live-loomed  house. Four springs on pioperty; running watei the vein loimd: between  forty and filly acres cultivated, mostly in hay; fifty acieseasily clcaied ami  eighty acres fenced. Terms, half cash,  balance on reasonable lei ins; discount  for cash.  Public Notice  Notice is heieby gi\en th.it aller  September 30th, the Miners' Union  weekly dances will be discontinued.  The ball loom will be lei to anvpaitv  for the sum of $!'">.  Tenders Wanted  Tendeis nie invited for Twenty  Coids ol Wood, to be deliveied at the  Phoenix Public School.  N. J. Cahson.  RECO STEAM LAUNDRY  Don't worrj about your washing,  just -send >oiu clothes lo the  i^iuudiy. AVc will wash, starch,  and iron tluiii, and letiiin (hem  ready foi use.  LA.DIKK'   AND    ISNTS'   SUI'JS  (JLKANIOI) AND PUKS-SKD.  A Trial Solicited.  Phone 50.   Dominion Ave.  We make a specialty of Mineis'  Shoes; good  fit, nice shape,  and  nothing but the best of stock used  SATISFACTION G LJARANTEED  NICK PALORCIA,  Knob Hill Ave. Phoenix, B.C.  D RAYING  Ol all kinds pumiptly attended  to. Rapid lixpicss and .Baggage Transfer. Caieful attention lo all orclets.       Phone A65  James G. McKeown  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining lights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and A'-  berta, the Yukon Territoiy. the Noi lb-  west Territories and in u poi tion ol tin  Piovince of JJiitKh Columbia, may In-  leased tor .i teim of* twenty-one ye.r i  atari annual lental ot VI -in acie. No;  moie than 2,.*><)0 notes will lie leased lo  one applicant.  Application lor a lease must be made  by the applicant in poison to tin  Agent or Sub-Agent ol the district in  which the rights applied for ate* situated.  In surveyed tenitoiy the land must  be described by sections, or legal snb;  divisions of sections, and in uusur-  veyed lertilory the tract applied foi  shall be (slaked out by the applicant  himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $���"> which will be ic-  lundcd it the rights applied tor are not  available, bid not otherwise. A royalty shall he paid on the meichantable  output, oi lhe mine at, the rale of the  cents per ton.  The person opeiating the mine shall  furnish lhe Agent wilh sworn i-etuins  accounting for the full quantity ol  mei charitable coal mined and pay Ihe  loyalty theicon. If the coal mining  lights aie not being opei ated, inch ic-  tiii-ns should be fui nished nt least nine  a year.  The lease will include tin- coal miniiiK  rights only, but lhe lessee may be pei-  mitted to pinchase w hale\ ci a\ailnb|e  surface lights may be (onsideied  nccessai v lor I he working of I he mine  at the wile ol* 8j> 10.00 an acie.  Kor full information application  should be made to the Secretaiy of t he  Depail nl   ol   the   Inleiior. Ottawa.  or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of   Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY",  Deputy Minister ol the Intel ioi.  N.B. - Unauthorized   publication   ol  this aiheitisciiient will not be paid foi.  "���\*",?3*$  %  fife  SSj'*-  W:  ffl  PA*  m  K  9  m  MONTREAL.  THE STANDARD is the National  Weekly Newspaper of tho Domimo.i  of Canada. It is national in all i; j  alms.  It uses tho most expciu <-c enfirav-  ings, procuring thii p^ototfraphu fioi.i  all over tho world.  It8 articles arc carefully cclcc U d anil  its editorial policy Is thoiouyhly  lndupcndent.  A subscription to The Ktandaul  costs $2.00 per year to any audross in  Canada or Great Britain.  TRY IT FOR 1912!  Montreal   Standard   Publishing   Co.,  Limited,  Publishers  mfc  it,


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