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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Apr 11, 1914

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 nwS��m  ''^y$kr  mm*  '���/������  l'  '.    ;.';;:'|KH|  ��  1  Hi  fe  H9if  Hi  <  Ifl  If  y*'  ^ tt^ge8fc copPfir mines m  the Dominion are" situated  afc Phoenix, The Granby  Co. employe 500 .men, and  bas a-monfchlypay roii of  ovex-$50,0C3, while the Raw-  mdo Pay r )11 is $18,000.  \  Jv'"-  Devoted to the Interests ar*JL ��       - **  StS9fth^ Bou��^nr��Vlfning District  FW.3&TO  ' '-'W  ,-M.  ADVISE PURCHASE OF  B. C. COPPER SHARES  Spokane Brokerage' Firm Com- OriLI  mends the Exchange of Old  ralKtude, 4,800'ffc..', The city  bas a population of 1,600,  and    possesses    first-class <  hotels, opera house, schools  >    .- ',    - ,>]'m  r'      M-W  ^'1  B. C. Mining  Stock for New.  K. of P. Social Dance^        Tsiuch N^le    d     ��� ��� V ^  _  fe"?ved.  a   Iapsed    bond    on'  the  Knights    of' Pythias    T^ '    J   ���    ngr !?dust'y. as far as this par-   ��Perations SusPended.   There'--�� ' "  Onole group, and   concluded a con-  their - friends  to   a 1^       ^ ��*W        ^  dmonal deal for  the   Sr. Pi���   .��� J P^:-      "    .      a _dance   In   ^e earned. co..M M���- ,___ y S COn" Dectiv*   m:���.   ._   y  i is ab-1  for the pros-i  MEETING IS flEU)'  S.lkma0, an ������ Copper mountain.    Lenoed a. 9 ��  Mk " d cf ,.C��m; "?*�� ��"��.**-. be 'i"* ���"��<* ���aCc.ssiW. ������rS fa "1 eh' Elect Offi      '  St Eugene mi���, at Moyie,  owned P*   D<"��'   Deane,   and   .J^WL**"'"   can   bMS'   of such IT ". ��Ur "O- "<">r, together' with '      Sch��**��f Matches for  '���'J I  <;,        _  ,    . .. /_,    _   " "���" "���������   continued  in   the   ������*�����"/ morn.    Lunch was  *erv<��;i >        j- v*    arue��  -^harp & Jrv.ne, members of the  ,' Eugrene mine at  Movie,   owned   by   Danny   Deane,   and   ��r.ii. ���     V '*"   Can    boast   of   such/  > ' vcr^ ao��r, together" with.  c?:7;c?��t  eXCba^e"'��   ���  -  Sby   ,thC *C���l^ated   ^nin/^>usic was  rendered by"%"^ J^'  "^-takings  as  those"    ;^pri^es-dvantagcsS ^ J  cent circular letter have the folio*- I?���1*0* company,   and   occasion-  Ka^ a"d Mrs. C. H. Knight TcZi    V* C^soli^ed and BritishH'00 Md an abu^anceof el.ctrical''  ����T,to   say  regarding   the  B.    C. 1^ a car of ore is shipped  from   it'    T *  folumb,.    Copper    company,    but'P��Wer'  rr> tu*. 1. ,  _ I   i sc* c.;i._ _   _ I having- noted th*��c-   ;*~ .    ,K��� L  ���ed "?��������' -V b. said,       Death ���Mfs Cunimfafts  Coming: Season.  %^  Copper company:,  -We are at last  advised   that   the  reoreani2ation  p|an        ^  ^  Columb,a Copper company for the  Purpose of financing the property,  has been completed.    Some 51��/ of  Last Spike onG. T. P. Driven ,that the .. f  V" -/ �� ��  The   last  .S^T   the    Gfand   Pnoenix-Gr^^tr^l  Vf  to-  to the smelter  atS-Trail.    Prospect-  } ��"{< ��n search of other ore   bodies is  being.kept  up,   indications    being/.Trunk ���pT-V''"'  ����    the    Grand/* "uc.nix^reen wood   camp   for   a���l     Dm.. ~   ,���e   .���   e_a,   ^   ifL ^^   -Ji^at^^T^^^^^^^^J^  -S,a���dardSi,er.,���^,i.J^:r-  P A IT 1" meetingr ��f the Bo��ndary  Football Association was held in the  Windsor hotel at Greenwood on  Monday, April 6th, with R. Lorine  Presiding. The following officers  were elected: ,  Hon. Presidents-J.   R. Jackson>  r-,m,*-',       *"  ''        '    Peratln?the Standard  mine Ato"   ^oard- of trade,  wer- n��;_.    above-mention^   .^.^        e_tWoEdward Island.     She   h.H   u���   .-_   and  F-   Sr  Norcros,.     ?���.:,...  She  had   b.en   in   ^  F'   Sr  Norcross.     President-  months.      Th* I ��� L��n��Z> of Greenwood; vice-pres.,  18  of the Canada Copper C^CX^^h..   h^-";"���   ��  "���IT   ,n��"ey ">--'   �������  Lm.ted.     Authored  capital   oneUar  sLertof    haf ^   f      �����">��.��� 'on   h^rd- of trade, were preient.   ""'-mentioned  prop-erties      p07, ph      .  m.llron.shareS, par  value   $S   *aU��� re��ularZn w'^-    ,       **"*   "�� ,A",MSPi"����aS takerI   of lhe   tunately for the repealL f *     ^��M"!  about   ����   �����uthS.     Th.) '���""If. ��> greenwood; vice-pres  debenture,.    We are  advising our cajSw��.i�� �����M A    ^V"^ "     T~ * , t" most sa��iTuine expectation' of M' PreS^toia" ���="��������*, Rev. J. E.   ��f G���nd Forks, secretary-treasurer  ^��*'����^u*^^dli��B^^<*n,Jft^?�� ���   Local and General    '       *eirpr���m���ters, and both ��� ,hem   MUCro officiati^ ...".."  **��" *���* a.  .eagn,  6 completed  for  a   ten  r f  I  'ater 0n banada  Copper"^ d C��mpa"y  State that  I Thursdav f.�� ����^._.        ,    ncer- Je" I_!._.   . ���, �� oy the two big  on the night of Monday, Aoril 20rh  ^1  5Sffl  |TS.-��M  BHiish .enfant  Co; er'^tiTe    h"���r:Xai���"edd'h,aot t'"'^ " SF^i^^^^^H^^ ��&Lrfc% *^ ~��V Phoe ���  ���"-    .?.^?"^ Corporation t[ ... record ZT^. ' ���_   we J^�� ^SS^ ^��U -J-br of J^ S^J^ 1^"- "^ ~i��� oe a iive.y  jority.  | organic under  thl ^^ Vi^ N^^ w^^^T   H    ^^Zr^Z'Tr   -  lf:nd d hWith hs hi&b cap*a��^ faMi-' ^Sn La^rpTcui^crvic%s^^^^^^^^^^ ^ -' why this iS so��wo-urd  |ud debenture, will need a substan- T 10WS , ,asfc  Satui^y nlghl    Sese P3? p-m-S��^ay aohool at 2p.m^   ^fL" ":<r-"- " ��o, would  ftial sinking fund whirh   :e __     ' ?    shows have become ------  .   lbestKeIcome.   ��--  - - - p'm'   ^  he H'ffl     i   ' wou,a  ^larger  payments    to  j.than   they    Were    receivinff  WW    9rPPCr'   - F?r-that   rea����"  EC-7'.^��,n0t'eXpect "^advance   from  ^   ^.  Rll>inrr<��.��j   j. ... . - ������win  stockholders   g,v;'��ar a description of the funeral  -���-���-      from  2?u"?et, Michigan, after the fire dis  aster m which 741ives were  lost.   ��  we^mtrhrD   rVeiP,anatiot  Rnancfally,   w���icn * w. ���-, &f,eat     m  provement over the condition of the  British Columbia Copper  company  We favor   the   purchase   ot   British  Columbia CoppeV for the   exchange  into Canada Copper, Corporation at    ,.,    once, and ,will be glad   to   help   our Zh,ne�� *f?��� 8fco^ ����  Cients execute this.move. PS        (^ht^h^^u^^  with Saturday. Hereafter on Satur?  day evenings the admission for children will be 10 cents.   ���  For  Sale���First  class   sewirier  nine   KdVI    ���^An_   *_j  . **  for this district,-^'��?.^ "^  vice 7 SrJ^^"* p-m'; evening ser-  even to a 8mall  extent; tfae  history of the Boundary would be a  different subject to talk about than  |t �� at present.    That the ore exists  u,, proved   beyond   any   shadow   of  ' IgS^"?^'***'-*** share  Lumbet Kino; Is Dead  Frederick Weyerhaeuser, the  mult.millionaire lumber king, died  at Pasadena, on April 4th, at the  age of 79. He practically dominated the lumber industry of the  Umted States for years. In early  Hte he worked as a brewer's apprentice, as a farm   hand.and   as a       ���*�����     itatut  meetings only delegates and   presidents, and in the case of the abscence  of presidents,  vice-presidents shall  vote.  The   following    delegates    were  present:    F. J. Lake and H. BrereS  ton   of Grand Forks; T.   Lyons and  K. Carngan, Mother Lode; R   Lor  J��g and  H.  Bidder  of Greenwood;  R-   Agnew   and   J.    PitpJaddy>    of  Phoenix.  The following schedule  was  ranged for the coming season-  May 1l~^rand P��rks at Moth^ Lode.  �� ^Mother Lode at Greenwood.  ^ lrf���Phoenix at Grand Forks.  17���Greenwood at Phoenix  "^ 20-Grand Forks at Phoenix.  ���W27l5?��therL0de at Grand Fork��.  June  7-Greenwood at Mother Lode.  ��   S~Srand F��rka at Greenwood.  '  <��  "-pother Lode at Phoenix.  21���Phoenix at Greenwood.   '  24���Greenwood at Grand Forks.  28���Phoenix at Mother Lode.  ar?  'r&*-*4&�� '**v i TJ  ?*Sa^ ^iSs^aiaffl  Spring-  Clothing-  We beg to announce that we have just received a  large consignment of the most up-to-date Spring  Clothing; modern styles and the latest patterns.  Old friends who have made this their^chosen Outfitting Establishment know of the goodness of  our Clothes, and they will come to us again this  Spring of their own accord. We ask you/to call  and inspect our newly-arrived stock of the latest  under construction  si!t J'   ^cDonald ^me home from  | the journey was .nythinV but .n ��^/- P^-P? another cause for the 2  ��        ^ n /C,,ne,nBoH"darymmine-::Korfveaii  Rev, Father Pellefcier is  the  sUcce8-/th's province  has, been   fncessantlv  \?Z��SS>JZZ4��^z\  and build a new church. I due-'     A provincial government can  St. John's Church-Sundays: Holy d�� m.UCh towards advertising and  Comrfbnion, 8a.m.; Matins, 10.30 a.m.; fosteriD�� tne resources of a country,  Holy Communion and sermon, 11 a.m.;' Dut> however laudable their efforts  Sunday school,  ���k��� .-_: ��2..    . >        ��-ause rpr the de-7 aid in our recent- h��^=,.��x   play, at least three days before, shall  , -���   -,��� t j   cUl4. forfeit the game.  *    E*��Z,T3?t bVieaVemeat- , /     The Jackson trophy is held by the  Mn. ^x> Mks. D. a. MCJC^of/j>hoenfx team, being won last yet*.  TAILORED  CLOTHES  LARGE CONSIGNMENT OF STETSON  .      HATS AND ENGLISH HA^TS.  IB?  Endless variety of the most popiilais&Ties, Collars,  Shirts, Hose, etc. Call and See Them ToMDay.  It will be a pleasure to show you these  Goods.  SPECIAL OFFER-Digging Boots - $5.00  3 p.m,; Evening service, 7 30. Week days: Matins, 7.30;  Evensong, 7.30. '  The Ladies Aid of the Methodist  church will give their third annual  concert in the Miners' Union ..Opera  house on the evening of Friday, May  15. There will be songs, duets and  instrumental pieces, etc.   ���  Max French, xepresenting the Baus-  cher-French Cai nival company, was  here this week and made arrangements  to bring his show here under the auspices of^the Phoenix Baseball Club.  The cavrilval will be here from May  25th to 30th.  The Phoenix Brewery ,has recently  received a carload of kegs from Poca-  tello, Idaho, and another from a city  in Pennsylvania, in both places the  prohibition movement put the breweries out of business, and their kegs  were no longer of any use to them.  In the Phoenix Club bowling tournament just ended, team No. 1 in   the 10  pin contest,  A.  A.   White won   the  silver cup, S.  Ramsay   box  of cigars  and A.   McKenzie a  box   of   cigars.  The winners   of   the  5   back   were:  Quance, silver cup, Eddie (Murray box  of cigars, Ab McQueen box of cigars.  The Brazilian Tango, as   taught by  Prof.  Marks,   is  proving   to bo  very  popular in  Phoenix,  and the professor's class  is growing rapidly.   Each  evening  after   the    moving    picture  shows   Chas.  King,   one  of the best  pianists   in the country,   assists   the  professor by playing the latest Tango  music.  Mr. and Mrs. Roy Patterson, accompanied by Mrs. Herb Sawrey  spent a part of the week at Greenwood visiting with Mr. Hart, who lias  just returned from an extended trip  to England. Mr. and Mrs. Patterson  will leave next week for Kansas,  where they will visit for a time before  returning to their home at Anyox.  the work is sadly hampered when  the hall-mark of Federal assistance  is witheld*  The recent  developments   at the  Jewel mine would seem   to support  the statement  that  mining  in   this  district has   not   even   commenced,  and proves conclusively what can be  accomplished and reasonably expected by the  adoption of a systematic  method of prospecting���plus a little  sand added to  the  make-up  of the  small mine owners, who   appear to  have   suffered   from   a    premature  attack of cold feet, far sooner than  the circumstances admit.     But now  that the  financial  pendulum   is beginning to evidence signs of swinging the  other  way, the time seems  opportune for  those already on the  ground to bestir themselves, and by  the simplest of prospecting do something   towards   attracting    outside  capital to this already much-neglected   mining   field.     For  instance,   if  ground   sluicing   before    the    snow  goes was commenced on the properties   South   West   from   the   Lucky  Shot fraction, and also between the  Mother Lode mine and   Deadwood,  it is more than likely in view of the  The Big Store  EXTRA SPECIAL  Owing to the scarcity of Apples, we have bought  200 Cases of Oranges at a price which enables  us to sell them much cheaper than apples. These  Oranges are "Number 1" Extra Fancy Redlands  stock, guaranteed free from culls or rots. We  are packing them in half-cases, containing 100 to  150 Oranges each, and the price is  Per Half-Case - - - $2.00  Per dozen - 25c, 35c. and 50c.  (According- to Size)  fine "indications" present, that sur-  prising and agreeable results would  follow the removal of the alluvial  drift. The rich finds on the Elk  Horn group, and other small properties a few years ago, would have  bi in- an inducement to any cor r-  p ay of stamina, but here in l\ e  Bi undary the finding of rich st< T  appears to be a deterrent'instead of  A direct purchase on New Zealand Butter, allows  us to quote  Fancy New Zealand Butter 2&- 75c.  Lettuce,   Bananas,   Celery,  Cucumbers, Tomatoes, etc.  in great abundance for today's selling, at  the old  reliable Store.  m^^m^^g^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^m'''<yz  i   JfltftMHjlli^4*>m    V'i m  mm  TjSAtft  v-vt  \  V-  M  w^scpu  AV-:  V  0>  THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  V1, x>    ,  .1 \'"  'Subscription, 2,00��.per year1;  ���,*-, >; k2;50 to United States.-  '  - ,'��� * 'G. Kay, Publisher.  ,.   ���   ��� < ADVERTISING SCaLE      ,      ,  Appll nation for Liquor Llconco (30 days) .. $5.00  . April' atlou for Transfer of Licence ?7,5o  CertU'catc of Improvement notice (00 days) $7.60  ^ Application to Purckaso Land notices (00 days)  , , $7.50  Dellnrtuent Co-owner notices (00 days)... .910.00  , Small Water Notices (80 days) '.. ?7.60  Delinquent Oo-Ownorship notices 00 days $25.00  ,, Duplicate Certificate of Titlo notices $8.00  Cards of Thanks, 60 cents.  All other legal advertising, 12 cents a line,  single column, for tho first insertion; and 8  oents a lino for oaoh subsequent insertion, nonpareil measurement.  Display ads $1.00 pur inch, single  column, per month.  Saturday, April 11,  1914.  . Straws" indicate which way the  wind is blowing. The Great Northern railway company in- taking up  thirteen miles of light steel on the  Phoenix hill and -replacing- it with  heavier steel'is the'best possible indication that there is-" yet an immense tonnage of ore to be hauled  from the mines in the Phoenix  camp. Railway companies act  slowly and 'deliberately in these  matters and it was only after making a thorough examination of the  ore reserves here that this expen  sive piece of work was  undertaken,  Many a man has lost a, good job  by allowing the hands of a clock to  get in first.  When you have saved up enough  money to invest in doubtful mining  stock���buy an overcoat.    ,  Mayor Baxter of Vancouver had  a clash the other day with a bunch  of delegates from   the   Lord's  Day  alliance.     He talked from the shoulder, and amongst other-things said:  "You will get a reasonable enforcement of the Lord's Day  Act,   but I  will tell you  straight, I   am    not  in  favor of closing up the   refreshment  stands  absolutely.    If a  man  can  get a cup of coffee or  cocoa and we I  greater  tragedy  this life than to marry a man .you  don't want.     It's^a thousand   times  i -r- *  worse than not being"able to  marry  the man you do want.     I would remain  single   until   judgment    day  rather than marry  a  man just  be  cause I had reached a   certain   age,  I know ever so " many girls  who  when   they   reach  the  age    of 25  make up their  minds   that  if they  ever are going  to  marry  at   all   it  must  be  before  they  are   another  year older.    If the right  man   does  not happen   along���they   take the  wrong   one.    No   wonder   the  di-f  vorce records grow! (  The   matrimonial  problem    need  not worry a woman between 25 and  30 into marrying a man' simply  for  the purpose of signing "Mrs."   instead of Miss.    Her chances   for a  genuine   love   match  are t fully   as  great   as  are    those  of her  more  youthful sister.    A   recent statistical report proves that a surprisingly  large per centage of women   marry  between  the  ages  of 30   and   32.  One of the   most brilliant  men I  Some Postage Stamps  Six hundred men and women at  Washington, D. C, are employed  by the government making vat the  rate of forty million stamps a day.  In a year 586,000 pounds of ink  is used and it requires 1500 spruce  trees to make the pulp for the paper. The gum on the back of the  postage stamps is made from the  highest grade tapioca starch, such  as used for  making pudding.  Hard Case  "She has a heart of stone."  "Perhaps not."  "She has!    I can   make  no  pression upon it."  "Have you tried a diamond?"  im-  By Parcel Post  "Is this a birthmark on that  child's face?"  "No; that's where the cancelling  machine hit him when he was traveling by parcel post."  What  What was your  WOOD  His Trade  Warden (to new prisoner)  work can you do?  occupation?     ��� *"  Prisoner���I was a violinist in  orchestra.^  Warden���Well, we'll  set you to  sawing wood.  an  We pity the poor bechelor who  makes a bad break at the dinner  table, because he has no wife to  kick him on the shins. <  'men  '' Lillian Russell says that  are fools and always will be."  Han knows.' She planted the matrimonial hooks into five of them,  says the Vancouver Province  call it refreshment, I see no reason  why he cannot get a lemonade or  an orange or an apple if he wants  to/ 'If you insist on carrying this  thing too far you will have the pendulum swing back to the other extreme and next year the  people will  t'T." I elect a mayor and council who   will  Lil-I  . . .  .'. ~  throw the town wide open. Public  opinion will not stand for a too  strict enforcement of the Sunday  laws."  Tbe business that attempts to  grow without advertising is about  as successful as the block " without  hands. All the movements it makes  amount to little; for people don't  know about them.  W.J'  MP'  In one day last week at the   Ver-  non postoffice money  orders ' totalling $2,533 were se��tr out, most  of  which 'undoubtedly  went    to  mail  , order.houses in the east..   And this  was" for one day..   This drain^ would  ykill"anytown.*. Bat every* town" in  Some Wise Sayings     -  (By Abe Martin)  We don't blame a hog   for   being  a hog,   but we blame �� man   for being one.  I've never met a big fine looking  athletic feller that didn't either havel  a soft snap or was looking for one.  If you can't marry a good dressmaker, the next best thing is an  heiress.  know said to me not long ago: "A  girl isn't even interesting until she  is about 28."  I too believe that a girl can not  possibly realize her own charms  until she is nearing 30, At least,  she does no know how to use them.  By that time < she not only knows  herself well, but usually she knows  men. She knows what willing  slaves they are to bright companionship, genuine sympathy and unselfish affection. These lvare the  "trump cards" that win in the matrimonial game evety time.  First-class Fir and Tam-  ' arac Wood, $6.00 per cord  Pine Wood,   $5.00 per cord.  Fir and Tamarac, double cut,  per cord, $7.00. *  WOOD  DELIVERED   ON   SHORT  NOTIOE. 'Phone B32  An electric street  car system  being installed in Jerusalem.  is  King-Edward Lodge  No. 36, A.F. And A.M.  \  <C\  3M  '    "    V published'that the tide of  immigration had turned and   that   the  people    were   Booking     back    to    the  ,   United States seem   to   be " without  foundation.    Canada   has   no   need  ~to   worry. '     During   the     present  stringency   it  is .but   natural   that  immigration should   fall  off some-|  what, but no one can" truthfully say  that  the' tide of immigration   has  turned...   . ��.   The terrible tragedy at Vancouver a few days ago, in which a Chinese servant murdered the lady by  whom he was employed, should  serve as an object lesson to other  women. There are scores of girls  in Vancouver who would have been  glad to have had the position held  by this Chinese boy, and surely  the   companionship   a    white    girl  Root. Forshaw  DRAYING  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. k Careful attention to all orders.      Phone A65  CANADIAN  PACIFIC  Reduced Rates  FOR  Easter  Holidays  Bits of Verse  You may talk of mighty questions,  Argue till your jaws are sore,  Pretty soon the one great query  'Will be: "Hey, Bol what's the score?"  The bravest man I ever mot,  Submissive, mild and meek,  Is he who conies in late to church  With brand new shoes that squeak.  FARE AND ONE-THIRD  For the Round Trip.  James G. McKeown  would have been preferable  for  the  woman to that of 'a Chink. '  Smiling:  ���HBHnUHHEflHMEHEflMMi  Faces  Regular commupicalSgn at 8  p.m.  Beeond TlililllflVy td  each memth.  {menrent meetings as called; Masonic  EMU, MeBale Bfodk.        .. f  r-iJ{-i,^   ~-.fr./vv ������< W.\j;<-PBracK,'<"  Snowshoe Lodge  No.v46  Meets every Monday Evening at  MfnSrs' Hall. Visiting bretlffBn cor-  dittfiy invited.  A. JL. MKinnon, Noble Grand.  Wm. Oxley, Fin. Secy.  Sana McLeod, Bee. Seey.  Daughters of Rebekah  ^     Phoenix Lode* No. 17  Meets in  the  Mirrew'   Union   Lodge  E&Q Fittfe and TtBfS. WedneeOSgr*.  Mr8. E. 15. Barnes, Noble Grand  Mrsl A. V. McKenzio, Secretary.  on Sale April 9th to 12th inclusive  ��� Final Return Limit, April 14th.  Between all Stations���  Port Arthur to Vancouver  For further particulars, apply to  local agent.  J. V. MURPHY,  Dist. Passenger Agent, Nelson.  DR. KELLEY  CURES  DISEASES  OF  MEN  BY MODERN  METHOD8  My Motto: Quick lasting cures guaranteed at Moderate Prices. Expert  Medical Examination Free. Free examination of urine when necessary.  Consult me���free. Don't delay. Delays are dangerous. ' Call or write.  Free booklet.   Everything confidential.  Hours:   9 a.m. to 8 p.m.  Sundays, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.  Dr. Kelley s Museum  210 HOWARD ST., SPOKANE  Both Edmonton and Vancouver  will make a strong bid for the business ol Fort George and the Peace  River country, and of course Prince  Rupert is out for the business of the  'interior also. The distance betweer/  Prince Rupert and Fort George is  about the same as between Edmonton and" Fort George. The wholesale houses of all   three  cities   will  /  REMEMBER! The ointment  you put on your child's skin gets  into the system just as surely as  food the child eats. Don't let  impure fats and mineral coloring  matter (such as many of the  cheap ointments contain) get  into your child's blood! Zam-  Buk is purely herbal. No poisonous coloring. Use it always.  50c. Box at All Druggists and Stores.  mm  ivtyi  /sun _  CHILDIlENS  greet the coming* of a case of  PHCENIX BEER  WHY?  Because the Beer is so good  and wholesome it brings the  smile.  'PHONE 23  PHOENIX BREWING GO.,  LIMITED  We make a specialty of Miners'  Shoes; good fit, nice shape, and  nothing but the best of stock used  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  NICK PALORCIA,  Knob Hill Ave. Phoenix, B.C.  Is Interested and should know  about the wonderful  MARVEL Whirling Spray  The new Vaginal Synnce    llesr  ���Mobt convenient.   It cleanses  instar tly.       Aik your  1 drug��Lsc *2^1*hi t  If he cannot supply thi  MAK 'EI. accept no othi-r.  forillustratet  (Jives' full pari  ulars.i id dirdotlnru inviliiiMe to ladies.  Iwt sc d sump forillustrateil  book- sealed   It  WINDSOR SUPPLY CC,  Windsor. Ont. General Agents for <  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES  .5 '<'  *U.       -  Phoenix Aerie flo. 198  adeete in Union Hall, Friday Evenings.  Visiting toothers are always welcome.  Dan Patterson, W. P.  T. R. OiiABKB, w. Sefty.  K. of P. Lodge,  No. 28  Phoenix,  B.O.  Meets Tuesday Evening at 7.30.  Sojourning brothers' cordially wel  corned.  N. Davidson, O. O.  E. E. Barnes, K. of B. S.  PYTHIAN SISTERS  ���Mountain Temple Lodge Ms* 17  Meets in Pythian Hall, LoWSr Town  Second and Fourth Tlratt!A&yB.  Mrs.  Geo. Barnes,  M.E.O.  Mfg. A. D. MeKenzlo  M.R.O.  throw away your good  OVERALLS, because     they are greasy.     We  can wash them to look  as g-ood as new.      We also make a  Specialty of Blankets and  Carpets.  A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU.  RECO STEAM LAUNDRY  Phofae SO.   Dominion Ave. I  The Gurney - Oxford  Attracts Madam to the Kitchen  THE GURNEY-OXFORD has a oven is required. Then the necessary  large following of fashionable cooks heat can be obtained quickly by simply  who dip into the culinary art simplyv turning the Economizer lever to an-  for the 'pleasure they derive from try- ^-*���**���>"' -�������"����  other notch.  Such control as this enables many  smart women to invent some very  tempting dishes which they set triumphantly before their friends. It  will pay you to investigate the Gurney-  Oxford.  ing dainty recipes previously not  attempted. They are all most enthusiastic supporters of theGurney-Oxford  because it contains many exclusive  devices that make a perfect cooking  equipment.  Its oven is evenly heated in every  corner to insure deliciously dainty  cakes, golden brown biscuits, and  light flaky pastry. A special Divided  Flue carries the heat to every hole on  the range. The top is perfectly smooth  and clean, requiring no black lead  polish.  But most important is the Economizer. It is a small-lever that moves  around a series of six notches giving  the exact degree of heat required  forany particular dish. The heat of  the range can be shut off and the  kitchen kept cool between meals by  turning the lever to a certain number.  The fire is held at a low ebb on a  special Reversible Grate until a baking  SOLD BY MODERN HARDWARE DEALERS EVERYWHERE. i ��  it   r   ��� f' /ii,i  'j-i'm  ' l^1 r VWK  i>^;/  .^Wffi!.*  ^^f,i$  xv&w  THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,  .BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  &&'!  p,>^  I��:>fSlSPiM^WBi  hiJ?*?*e?��r ,at2riy��n "U1 be wrong in every organ of  . your  sicknesses  you have  treatment,  grow into serious ills.  . DR. PIERCE'S  Golden Medical Discovery  fSSSranS,rilS.IS? hT I1 hTeJPu8 *�� 8tomach di8est the food and manu-  BtorSch 2SmS?�� wood.   It has atonic effect and soon enables the  t^SAS^JSt^**function8 in a naturd1'healthy  lt?0# ,Sffie^MSSdSififf,,i?" SeBlie M��"c���� Adviser,  iwra pages,-cloth bound - to pay cost, ot  mailing.  Write Ur.ILV. Pierce. Buffalo, N. Y.   I    Concentrates     |  Jack Johnson has just celebrated  his thirty-sixth birthday.  Last year only 23 murders were  committed in the city of London.  The Merritt Herald has installed  a Mergentlialer typesetting machine. ,  , W. F. Tranter of Nelson has  been appointed chief of police of  Kaslo.  The  Queen's Hotel  COMPLETELY REFURNISHED AND  REFITTED  We be��-'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  ol home.  Perfect satisfaction is assured all our guests.     It is  the most centrally located hotel in town.       ,  Bar Stocked with Best Wines, Liquors, Cigars  WALSH & HARTMAN, Props.  1 FIRST STREET AND KNOB HILL AVENUE J  ������ijtfU  Your Milk Supply  Should come from healthy and vig-orous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  manner Separated Cream insures purity and  quality. , The Dairy produces both.  THE  DA   RY       J. W. Hannam, Prop.  Everything in Men's Wear  Cloth ingr  Underwear  Shirts  Shoes  Hats  Caps, etc.  Thos. Brown  "Everything- a Man  Wears"  High-Class Selection  Perfumes, Talcum Powder, Razors, Brushes, Soaps, Toys,  Books, Stationery. High Grade Confectionery. Finest  Selection of Postal Cards.  FINE SELECTION OF GANONQ'S CHOCOLATES, FANCY BOXES  The Best Grade of Havanna Cigars.  Antonio Cervo    Stemwinder Building  THE BUTTE HOTEL  Bar    tocked with the Finest of Italian Wines.  Best Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  STEAM HEATED THROUGHOUT.  LUCIANI & VICHARY,  PROPS.  Unclaimed ,sums lying in the  Canadian banks amount to well  over $750,000.  In St. Catharines, Ont., all, hotel  license holders and bartenders must  be British subjects.  Dan -Thomas of Rossland has  been granted a license for a wholesale liquor store in Trail.  The provincial government will  grant $10,000 to the tuberculosis  sanitarium near Kamloops.  Regular trains on' the G. T. P.  are now running to a point 337  miles cast of Prince Rupert.  The capital sto'ck of P. Burns &  Co., Limited, has been increased  from $3,000,000 to $10,000,000.,'  A wharf of rock and cement is  being built at Ainsworth. It will  be 236 feet in length and. will cost  ten thousand dollars. /  The new postoffice at Prince Rupert will be a substantial structure  of granite and brick, and will be  five storeys in height.  Thomas W. Henshaw, the author,  is dead. He wrote under the nom  de plume of Bertha M. Clay, and  gave the world some 200 novels.  The Slocan Record states that  there are today Canadians idle in  the Slocan, while foreigners are  busy on government road work.  Joe Lally,- the famous Cornwall  lacrosse man, says 400 school lacrosse teams have been organized in the four western provinces. ���  The last will and testament of  the late General Booth shows that  the Salvation Army has valuable  land holdings on  Vancouver: island.  The contractors on   tlie?jCi. JTivP;^  having finished  tHeu%WorU^^  ranging with' buik^y^y^^f^ifmjefs*  to feed'their stock untU^ttte:-^^'���^���'  E. work north   of  Fort   George   is  started.       *  When a prisoner is released from  the provincial jail at Nelson ' and is  broke'/tbe city is in the,, habit of  paying-his fare out of town. That  city has had three cases within the  past few days to deal with.  Upton Sinclair, the Socialist   author,   and   his   wife    have  quit   the  United States for good.     They  are  now in Bermuda, where they intend  to establish their permanent   home.  Robert Metcalfe, a bartender in a  hotel   in   Winnipeg,   was   given   a  two year   sentence   in   the  penitentiary   for   administering    knockout  drops in  liquor   to   a   man   for   the  purpose of robbery.  Urethane, the'new anaesthetic, is  exciting    immense   interest    in   the  scientific world. The advantage  claimed for urethane is that heart  failure never ocurs where it has  been properly used.  Chief Minty of the South. East  Kootenay provincial police and stationed at Fernie, has been promoted  to an inspectorship on the line' of  the Grand Trunk Pacific, and will  leave shortly for his new charge.  Harry L. Day, president and general manager of the Federal Mining  company, operating mines and mills  ia the Coeur d'Alenes, is to quit his  position June '1st, and will be succeeded, by W. J. Hall, assistant  general manager.  How the silk worm spins its  cocoon and how the manufacturer  weaves this thread into fabric,  which is afterwards modeled into  gowns for women, will be shown  in an exhibit' at the Panama Exposition at San Francisco next  year. ' ^  The zinc smelter which was built  at Frank, Alberta, several years  ago by a French company, collapsed the other day and sank into  an old mine, which has not been  worked for ten years. The smelter  never treated a pound of ore after  it was built.  Gerhard Heintzman, the well  known piano manufacturer of Toronto, was out on the coast recently. Heintzman started building  pianos in Toronto 40 years ago,  when most of the vvoik on the instruments was done by himself.  A dozen or more ladies in Toronto are taking the cigarette cure.  All the lady patients are reported  as good, self respecting women,  although they smoke, and they sincerely desire to get rid of the habit.  Only a very small degree of the patients are girls, most of the number  being wives and mothers.  Fifteen nationalities are represented by 206 prisoners a��V the Alberta penitentiary in Edmonton.  The United States heads the list  with 61, Canada being second with  58. From other countries are  Englaod, 28; Austria, 16; Ireland,  10; Russia, 9; Germany 6; Sweden,  4; Italy, 3; Australia, .2; Mexico,  France, South; Africa and"China, ^tv!"  ���the^westi ;:wtttfretire'Vi^  remainder of his   days  on' a   little  tract  of land   near   Hillyard.     For  several  years   Shannon   was  house  detective    at    the    Hotel    Spokane  (The job  is   now   held   by   Pat   Mc  Govern, who was chief of police   at  Wallace during- the  troubles  in   the  Coeur d'Alenes.  Natatorium park in   Spokane will  carry the   distinction   of having   in  its  grounds   the   heaviest   table   in  the world When   the   season   opens  in a few weeks.     A natural   granite  slab,   18   inches   in    thickness   and  weighing 14 tons, will   be   in   place  for the use   of summer * picnickers.  The slab was discovered while park  employes were making  an   excavation in the' hillside,   and   the   management  decided  to   make   use   of  the natural wonder as a table.  ��<*--  tafi^^S****  bearing the %.-%  Penman trademark snuggle  ^^\  like a second skin to every curve   *r ^  of foot and  limb: They do  not     SK  rip, or tear because there is not a  VS  seam   about   them.     And   they're  made for men, women and children  in  cotton,  cashmere, silk  and  lisle���  in any weight and all popular colors.  THE KNOB HILL HOTEL  A. O. Johnson, Prop.  First��Clas? Accommodation for IVliners  ��� FINEST OF WiJJES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN STOCK.  'PHONi: 72. YOUR  PATRONAGE  SOLICITED.  *  2?  <\  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,  At  ��� ^1  STEAM HEATED.  O. D. Bush, Prop.  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix, B.C.  d. l, Mcelroy  SOLE AGENTS FOR PRINCETON COAL  Dealer in Lumber, Shingles, Lath  and Cedar Poles.     Stull Lag-gan.  '���.���/���'    First-Class Fir & Tarnarac Wood.,  MOVING MACHINERY OUR SPECIALTY  :>.i'-l  tiiuiw  If Tired of Wood, try Princeton Coal  SPECIALTIES  Fancy New Zealand butter, 40c. per lb.; 2 lbs. for 70c.  Empress Creamery butter, 40c per lb.; two lbs. for 75c.  New laid Farm Eegs, 35c per doz.; 3 do?, for S1.00.  New laid Local Egffs, 40c. per doz.  Fancy 8ugar cured Hams, 27c per lb.  Choice Breakfast Bacon, 28c per lb. *  Pure Leaf Lard, 5 lb. Pail for $1.00./ ; v  P. BURNS & COii LTD.  Wholesale and Retail Butchers and Produce Merchants  PHOENIX, B. C.       PHONE 2  Alm^rQ^  Phone 42.  Phoenix, B.C.  YICTORMCOMS  A Nice Selection of the Latest  Victor Records, especially    .  the latest dance music  New Songs, etc.  COME AND LOOK THEM OVER  E. A. Black, Jeweler  osier��y  for the trademark!  Penmans Limited, Paris, Canada  Hosiery      Sweaters      Underwear  fill  J, IV8ATHESON   Insurance Agent  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE GLASS,  COMMISSIONER FOR TAKING  AFFIDAVITS  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX, BC.  TpJtP  IX-  Stage Line  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 8.45 a.m. ->  " "        lower town,   9.00 a.m.  iStandard Time  Leave Greenwood 3.00 p.m. J  PROMPT  ATTENTION  TO  EXPRESS  AND  FREIGHT  J. FULLERj Proprietor  W^  THE PHOENIX PIONBER  ��������       i     ii mi ii ip in n.m  .ii r I'tirt of  the  Sent  to   -iir i.art of  the   I)t  minion for $2.00 a year.  tW*��, SiltiraPiB  1  'ft  c  I'M *L  ti&fA.t^'fi if'A  ,THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  wm-  *  F hone 56' ,' ,        P.O.Box 309  /,J;>McKAY 8c KNIGHT  Grocers and Provision Merchants  *   ���' ,'       ���     s '' (Next Door to D'rug Store)   ' '   J  1?  V !.-'  kii  SPECIAL FOR EASTER  Hot House Lettuce, 40c. per lb.  Fancy Tomatoes, 25c.        "  Sweet Potatoes, 41b. for 25c.  Parsley, lOc. per bunch  Careen Onions. 3 bunches for 25c.  r '  'First-class supply of Bananas, Oranges, Lemons,  Radishes, Cauliflower, Asparagus., etc., etc., etc.  "THE STORE OF QUALITY."  ��  mep  DECLINE SUBSTITUTES  I   Local and General  ^  THE   MINERS'  UNION  OPERA  HOUSE  HOUSE OF HIGH-CLASS FEATURES  Saturday, ApL 11  GAUMONT THREE-REEL FEATURE  IN TOUCH WITH DEATH  Crack, crack, echoed the rifles, and the fngjtives on the  rude ferry boat heard the pidg of the bullets as they hit  the timbers; heard the swish of'the leaden messengers as  they winged their futile flight.  gone  to work tit  WINNER,  LOSER���RELIANCE DRAMA  "'Twixt Love and pire"Keystona.Comedy  ADMISSION r  10c. and 15c.  7if\  ���s.  The Strathcona Hotel  >\\'[,  , NELSON, B.C. s _, ,  a;*  > ' ,0 '.  hwit,p  Scientific  Chiropractic  is'a science that is practical, modern*  and is no faith cure.     I use no med  icine;  e'; gno *>knife,'but iSimply,4xe��tore  nfer****  Thos. Dixon has  the Jewel mine.  '   W. J. Mitchell came up from  Spokane last Saturday.  For Sale���Furniture, also nice range*  Apply Pioneer office.  Barney Cosgrove is spending a  few  days in Grand Forks.  J. A. Morrin and  wife went down  to Grand Forks yesterday.  The bachelors of   Phoenix   intend  giving a big ball in  the near future.  Miss Ella and Miss May Evans arrived here  last Saturday from  Vancouver.  Sam McLeod and family left last  Saturday for Sydney, Cape Breton, to  remain.  Fred FalKner left Tuesday for Hot  Lake, Oregon, to take treatment for  rheumatism.  Middle aged lady wants position as  housekeeper. Good cook. Apply at  Pioneer office.  W. A. McKay, father of Chas. and  Harry McKay, was up from Danville  during the week.  Mrs. N. W. Sweetser and sister,  Miss McCreedy, left Thursday for  Portland, Oregon.  For Sale���Three houses and two  lots. Fine location, on Ironsides ave.  Apply Pioneer office.  James McGregor,'"government mining inspector, was in "Phoenix last  Satuiday and Sunday. ~' '  C.1VI., Campbell,/assistant superintendent at the Granby, was down to  Grand Forks the first of the"week.   ;  ' John McKay and Alex, Sutherland  left, lastJ,, Saturday/' for., Metchetene,  Should you get sick or hurt who is  going to pay "your bills? Should any  misfortune befall you, would it mean  your ruin and necessitate your resorting  to charity? Should you find yourself  tomorrow flat on your back in the hospital, who is going to look after your  welfare? Should you lose your good  right arm, how are you going to make a  living?  Here is a proposition that guarantees  that you do not lose your income. A  small monthly premium will guarantee  you cash payments when you are unable  to work through injury or sickness.  The policy also provides liberal payments for loss of life, limbs or sight, as  follows:  (1) Loss of Life Principal sum  (2) Loss of both hands Principal sum  (3) Loss of both feet Principal sum  (4) Loss of one hand and one foot.  Principal sum  t8Ht  (5) Loss of sight of both eyes   Principal sum  (6) Loss of either hand   Half Principal sum  (7) Loss of either foot     Half Principal sum  (8) Loss of one eyet. .��.���������   One-half Principal sum  In addition to these benefits the policy J  will pay you a pension of one-half thej  monthly^indemnity for five years, should  you lose your legs, arms or eyesight.  This  is   positively   the   only   pension  scheme that has ever been inserted in  an accident policy.- If you  lose your  legs, your arms or your eyes, you can  not w��rk, or, to say the least of it, your  earning ability is very largely impaired.  This policy will not only pay you a large  lump sum down, but will give you this  monthly pension for five years.  The benefits of the policy are doubled  if the injuries are\sustained whilst the  policy-holder is ,riding on a railroad,  street car, steamship or other conveyance. *  The policy covers all kinds of sickness,  without exception, and pays indemnity  as long as an average illness continues.  The principal sum of the policy is increasing one-tenth every six months, so  that the longer you continue the policy  in force the more valuable it becomes.  At the end of five years the company  guarantees to refund one-half of all the  premiums if there has been no claims  If you get sick or injured you will draw  a big indemnity. If you are fortunate  enough not to be sick or, hurt, half the  money comes back to youin a lump sum,  and vou will, api  txracb rrraore- *thi  BLOOD PURIFIER  During the cold winter weather your blood has become full of heat producing elements. These  have now become unnecessary, but getting rid  of 'them throws a greater ^burden upon the  blood-renewing organs of your body than they;  ~ can take care of. The result is that disagreeable, over-heated, tired feeling, popularly known  as Spring fever.  What your system needs is a good Blood renovator or  purifier, and as such we recommend Nyals Blood  Purifier.  lOO^Fulldozes, only $1.00, and guaranteed,  to you, or money refunded. 'Phone 31.  QUAIMCE, The Druggist  life- ��� :���>;�� . ."  Phoenix Club  Delchort & Morris, Props.  PIPES, CIGARS, TOBACCOS, CIGARETTES  BEST BRANDS ALWAYS ON HAND.  Special Line of the Famous Haid Chocolates  Smokers' Supplies.       Soft Drinks  ENGLISH BILLIARDS,   POOL,   BOWLING ALLEYS  THE PHOENIX GARAGE  STRUTZEL &  HOVVER,  PROPS.  KNOB   HILL   AVENUE     ���  * *  Agents for Goodyear Tires, Casings, Inner Tubes  " Vulcanizing���, (\  A full line of accessories, including^asoline at very  stsrass'  UNEXCELLED.  Nihe^ Well-LizMed  Sampleroonrs. , '  Phone  im:  JAS.  MARSHALL,  PROP.  krjM��rr4e��r��fc "ot ,-the^hviman-failments.'  You might be'in. this per-cent, and  'if you are, health is yours, if you  will investigate this.  EXAMINATION AND CONSULTATION  V     FKEE.  TREATMENTS REASONABLE.  F.   F.  BARNES, D.C.  CuuioPRACTio Specialist.    Davis Block  '   GRAND FORKS, B.C.   '  ^WesMii'vsM  k&  ^.     J&~3PA  .:���v,;v-..,.,...v.,v.:..u  !^a|^f  PS*  WS&-.  iiiiiiliilli  Wi;  |Exam'ln|^On|||fe^|  Aoenix  B^ft  Simulation;  A atralzhUorvudcanerotui  offer from on ntabllabml  flrni;" ;.We"Jnrd slTlnv away:  'Watches ���'<��� to \thoonands ol  people all'.over the  world, na o .huge  ;adTortl3ctnoiit. ;.-��� Now,  . 1�� .yoor chanee to  - obtain ono. Write  now...enclosing ss  eento; for.one of .our  fashionable Ladles'  taut - Quards, r or;  Oenta". Alberta, sent  carrlnne paid to wear  with the watch, which  ,',wiU. be .elveni Froo  . (theser Watchoe ��� are  ffuarantood five yeara}P  ahonW yoa take ad-  -.'���V".*;"/.''-'''.���'���"���v'l'���''-���.''���'.-y-''.-' ^'raotagooiourraairvel.  Ions offer." . "W�� eipoef; too to tell roar friends  ahoat; as. emd nhow them the boantlfal :, watch.  Don't think this offer too good to be trne, hot send  35 ecmta' tc-<3ay and sain a /Free"Watch. Yoa  will be amaMd.���WIIJ[iIAllS ft - X.LOTD, Wholetala  Jewelleri (IWpt.1** ), 89, Cornwallia Boad. London, K.,  England,iv>'^'.;���'.���'���'..��� ���"'.'.���������������-''������.':*���' '���������::>���-���  Pioneer Ads. Get Results.  DR.DqVAM'S FEMALE PILLSS^  jnedicine for all Feni^ile Complaint. $5 a box,  or three for $10, at drug stores. Mailed to any  addr'eJBsoh receipt of prlce^NTHE Scobeli, Drtjo  Co., St.Catharines, Ontario.   .  :   i      .;      t     '  PHOSPHONwLFOR MINl^Su^  forKerve and Brain;increases "grey matter";  i a Tonic���will "build you up. $3 a box, or two for  I ��5, at drug stores, or by mail on receipt of price.  Thb Scobeli. Drug Co.. St. Catharines. Ontario.  ��=-  "/^  '?.  ���/T'��  M  The rich quality of bur^ Milk, and  JGrearti; isvgairiing- new patrons  :fqr'us daiiy;; We solicit a trial.;  vPeliv.ery.i'W'ade'xtb^'lariy^art of the  cihy.v:-/;MaU'^s;a";card:; ���;.',������; ";������  frhelPHOE^IX DAIRY  :'/"'W.lAvMcK:ay.&SJpna,^rops.    ;  'di&BsiriitonK'^-'patlor ", in 'Ptioenii' for  some time, left Wednesday for Revel-  stoke to remain.  Pay locals in the Pioneer bring re"  suits.    Two hours after the paper was  lion the streets  last  week a furnished,  [/house on JSunnyside avenue which was  /advertised was sold. |  j One of the Seven Sutherland Sisters  has been demonstrating in Quance's  drug store. The lady's hair is over  eight feet in length.  The stated services in the Catholic  church are 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 C. ,Pelletier, pastor.  For,Sale���the Cottage Hotel-  If you 'are looking for a snap, I am  now in a position to fill your wants.  The property is a paying proposition,  guaranteeing at least ��100 per mouth  to the purchaser over and above running expenses. ' For further particulars consult M/fi. Kane, and he will  prove it.   Box 191, Phoenix. B. C.  FOR SALE.  ���   Bmproved Ranch  All ready to start, everything- in excellent shape, close to city. . Price  low, easy terms; Crown granted.  300 Acres Timber Land  within two miles of city, good market  for Timber, Ties and Cord Wood.  Finest roads; Crown granted; easy  ternisV   Write for particulars���  ��� C. C. TILLEY & CO/;  Greenwood, B.C]  Best Grade  Coast Fir Flooring.  Coast Shingles,  Finish Doors and Sash  Local Dry Lumber  Ship Lap, Ceiling, Flooring, Drop Siding,  Common Boards and Finish at  Ia  KINNEY'S  GREENWOOD  security  'It-is a gold bona���a straight promise  to pay when you are sicktir hurt.   And  remember,   the money comes   to  you  when you need it most.    The time will  come when the protection will be to you  your best friend in the time of greatest  I need.    You can put the policy away and  feel absolutely assured that your income-  will be continued when you meet with  some sickness or accident.   There are  no ' 'if s," no' 'buts'' and no drawbacks.''  The words stand for what they represent and what they imply can easily be  grasped.  A man's earning power is his most  valuable asset. His' earning power consists of his energy, his brain, and his  personality. If, therefpre, his earning  power is his best asset the least he can  do is to protect it, especially when,he  can do so by paying so small a premium.  If he does" not protect it, he cannot think  it is of any value, and he must have a  very ^poor opiniomjf himself. A man's  earning power is the^ foundation of his  wealth, and if he does not protect the  foundation the subsequent structure is  liable to tumble down any moment.  Never a day passes but supplies a long  list of examples of the need of accident  and sickness insurance. Don't you remember, no later than yesterday or the  day before,-you'just escaped a serious  injury by no more than the merest frac-'  tionbf a second-by the "skin of your  teeth'?���and the experience left you  pale, trembling, thoughtful ? Don't,  you realize what it would have meant  to you if such an- accident had really  happened? Don't you realize that tomorrow you may not be so fortunate���  that you may be mangled or, crushed ?  And don't you know, that health is always an uncertain quantity? Next  week, or next month you maybe flat on  your back helpless, down and out so far  as your earning power is concerned?  Don't you realize the humiliation and  embarrassment of calling upon strangers  for help at such a time? Don't you  realize what a blow it would be'to your  pride and-to your manhood ? If you get  Sick, who is going to pay your grocery  bill ? Spend five cents a day with us  and we Btep in when.you are disabled.  You cannot afford, to delay a matter  so vital to .your welfare. A few hours  may mean your ruin, the shattering of  your home and happiness, and the loss  . of your savings, perhaps of a lifetime.  Remember, the neglects of today, are  the regrets of tomorrow. Therefore,  do today what tomorrow may not let  you co. It is always better to be sure  than sorry.  The Guardian Casualty Co. has  $25,-  '.*,>:  fc^&rfWrifeJBft*?5 c^rto*  reasonable Prices  %i  for^busmes4 .'b^or; kbout April 20th, 19*4 '  000 deposit with the British Columbia  government at Victoria, purposely for  the protection of the British Columbia  policy holders.  HEAD OFFICE FOR CANADA  Guardian Casualty and  Guaranty Company,  PACIFIC   BUILDING,  Vancouver, B. C.  ���or to���  S.' R. CASE,  BOX 249, PHOENIX, B. C.  Travelling Provincial Representative,  CHAS. S. MORRIS.  Farm for Sale  One hundred and sixty acres oHand  two miles south of Danville/ on  county road; 40 acres in cultivation,  and about as much more can be filled;  10 acres in alfalfa, a good . stand producing two crops a year. Plenty of  wood, and good spring water; fair  buildings; 27 haad of cattle, six' hogs,  one, horse, two good brood mares, or.e  colt, 60 chickens, three sets good harness, wagon, buggy. *, All implements  necessary to run the place, viz.: two  plows, disc, steel, harrow, Deering  mower and hay rake. A good pasture  and plenty of outside range which  will never be taken up by anyone.  Also a good bearing orchard of .about  50 trees. Consideration, $4,500.  Apply or write��� M. Lowney,  1 Danville, Wash.  LANDAGT  SiMiLKAMEEN Land District  District of Yale.  TAKE NOTICE that I, David Lawrence McElroy, of Phoenix in Yale  District, by occupation a rancher, intend to apply for permission to purchase 80 acres of land 'bounded, as follows:���Commencing at a post planted  at the South West corner of Lot  1902S; thence North 40 chains; thence  West 20 chains; thence South 40  chains; thence East 20 chains.  David Lawrence McElroy.  Dated 23rd March, 1914.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan aud Alberta, the Yukon Territory^ the Northwest Territories and in a portion of the  Province of British Columbia, Miay be  leased for a term of twenty-one years  at an annual rental of $1 an acre. Nob  more than 2,660 acres will be leased to  one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant in person to the  Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in  wbieh the rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  ^be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unstir-  veyed territory the tract applied for  slv.ll 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 no��  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 tho Coal mining  rights are not being operated, such returns should be f urnisned atleast 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 tbe rate of $10.00 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa,  or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W.W.CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.T-Unauthorized- publication  of  this advertisement will not be paid for.  ���30890.  IA,  1��  {  ft'  BUTTON  EED  for garden and farm ore best  for B.C.soil. See Catalogue for  solid guarantee of purity  and .germination  Send now for Copy free  Sutton SSons.The King's Sermon  R ����� a ��J ixig Er��gjl o,n d.  I  A .J. Wo o <* w a r cl  Zil.21-- *67 Granville sr.  mENTS P-Otrj aR|T|SH COLUMBIA  615  scie  V  mm   ,fc  V.


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