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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Apr 8, 1916

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 TheM'irgegfc 'copper mih^'iii;  :\yylfffi?F^  ;v|j{i*^b^acci^  Mitt  ; ;''':."��� i!f ������.  &*?#*&'  m?m&  Boundary  District  :v,^:munidipalitiy'*'in^  "('���and-':  possesses   flret-claw.  ���i  ���;��&*.!  ������'.; 51  *3^^1*^^Bi^^^��s^^|in- *>a'hM  iypy. Yawmgffifyy^^craU^M^^d^h t fjtre r,  ��^4-?bd;b��'Fbb^  ,,^S tools;:: and^eguipmept-V; fbr/;r railway:  [,;:=- ������.;->.:.'.-.*. >���:���, ^ t ,.gig^ g jj^jf; g^j i pped v as'-anT j n fa n t iry.  ���apdj$[*��^^^^  taltoh^hlbuiaiapp^  .illlialSloiiSlnliSlll  - A��j-^<-;!Sii :''^j|-a-y ���Xy^xX'y'Xfk^X'XfyiloXi'iy:  |^|Thi��|^; Al i fc^'-^Vn! l ij^'^rjatff t^amllat!  Brp{hprj;i^  j&pdbe��s||^  jjfathy;^  ��- ^'Si^S'i-^'Sti'f$��&���#?''^Xlicy.  ���XV  BE  fts&m*  ^:r^feomih^Eyelrit;sr  &";H':  !.-i*,A>vV' "'������' '"���''^���'���- ' -���-��� ��� '.*iW��� ��� ->J"V-������ *>^-A'^^v''.!-i*-->.'������<������-���.���"-:'^'������������'f~::-''-'f*,-%-.vr:i'-^r~  I;i^-?^st#w5^^ arid'���  V    .>*.��������'?>������ ���  ......     .-   . .';;v-<M.'ft  :May^l8,-^.-Flprbdbra;',v%;;Bt:;;  ||||��i$erfHbj^  fH"T^b;Co.ffee;C;rte  ���$id:^*'Wjpria^  ;**N?n^  ||ib^||^mf^  Canada,;and will put in a compressor  ass  ent  i|||r����b;;;hfer;m  .th^jj^ulamee^  thjt|n^r>fr  ���"������^'���^������T:tJ'X-*''^>; r"   if"' ���' ���������'���*' ��� ���"������ I'f'"-:'*��� '���"��� "''*' ���."���'.'-';���. '"','��� :-t -tV-'-���/''������''���   ���' '"'-  ft*;  lead? prodi  Deliveries���Later Ship-  :54-<,  ilmHiitisI  .29.  X;jX'\  r���i^^'i  X&&  collap^ed':ms^eek;frprn;.weig*htsof '^^^^J^^r^^jiii^^xii.yi^:r;xii^  ;��^b^v!lt;;:w^  pbly one of its; kindI in Cabadaii ^if.  ;;":;^ednesjdayi;:?;.eyenib^^  'hockeyVciub^srn6kVriy:->y:i^  tg'Easte;r|^ada^  iWpmab*^^iili{^y:'d^  5^St*rrVjc��^Siindvay^  ��� " -'~'ish;;abq;;CampIic?fchurc  I^^TKe;;; Standard; ni ine^r; Si I \rertooi''  lost: $26,250 ini Jan[uaiy, du^ toicpid  ;^eather/;but. pays: its ���mbnthily^'diviS  :;r,egulanty^^.i;?g^'^;^  ;j^jdJjB.^(^j;jpb':/: ���^icb^Hp^^^ttjpj'  |^oj��|s||i)nigh^||^  vTnb��sdayff;>::;{^^:^^  ^^aQd-ftcp^nicett;^ ���-^--^o-^,:..^.,.;^..�����-..;-��,,, -..�����.. ���,..!,>..���..+,...,.-. ..���...���-,  ^  SliUisIfcedK  ',rate3s&<'%S��*S1?s;:'i*S;  ^^i|^P|r^|^mg^y^  ;aJa^rs;^#ewfHf^It^  ed|t|ijS|wee)icgi^  ||Bp^|e^i|^|^(^bp^  ||R��BJJ$cGi^  l^n^JIll^l^pM^  ^rm||nimnj^c^o|^^  fHis^^^y|w^^|lpJ|||5C(^^  '-jba^cpiSstrttctip^l^oi;  railway ;runs:1clbsetb:th^;"blu^  a'hd��tnfe'''o^h^  canj%a��Iy;:;';be;'^eeb;vfrom -^passibg:1  trains. VMin^  $5fX|i:;tpb^and.'Mr.:; Hrittbn;-;hielieves;.  .b^^^^a^pbdjjthing.;.^  ye^s^gpjised>this"pai,nt^  )|'|!riyer-afterjl&-^^^  :inj^fr|diwat^rr;S':;|^  S|g|0-i)e|: .rail ra^:y;\ayy^^$^c^  pp^n^r^^h^y^p^tt^  ;sj^nb^:tj^We^;'and^  1ng|mine^raffit:wiitm  'p^cJil^^idKJ' oseph ^jr\^2JKeMe|  associated with Clarence  Cunning-  hSmvm;thei|^e;>an^  $^cpScentratb^a��KR^  ^|m||wiSich|ttb^y'|a^  ^i$^^^b^dling)abo^  -S\*?^P*?SP;*^1&S^  of: ieadj.i n: ^J^KbptenaiMisin^  byJeKeilb^be  d^^Jcpmip1an^j|tib^  Trail ;aJtof|hem;^  anilcbbcen^^ the��� ^British  war'office;:rnuniti6n  _that:institutipn^  'all: parties iapdj^hjch^calle^ for' l tbe;  P^livfery;pf^viai^e:tpn1i^^  ^S'eent^a;^^  filiedrf||rh'is:;raje^  !^W!d��Wb1^bat:|pbM  #b^fprith^priclp^  a^e^l^cbrrmanvS^ri^l;m^f^  ?a;|cpjnpapiy  biar-fesg^dejrl  cpntr^iil^lwillil  ;RambJ^CariboS;  rrtines;^;,,:-...^.,^^,.  ^^.^;^---v i "-.-��� ,^:M/ji^\<^Ac^y^--'yy^y''^^ ^^ ^s^yyy^^yyy:j^\--y.yi^^.i^]w,i  ������j^. ?-:��^v^^\;^fis$t^i*/:;)--fi^;^^tiB!^"^  '' ���".'r'i.'i-'iV*'-,'i^.K-i:i;-i:ia^^Wi^^^  :fi^ieK��s?y��2^^2^Kbu^  j^;nb^pre51ead^ill^b  ^fpr.ipnUh5a^b^F^vS|^  5;?;^|.?:^sup^emen^  csbtiy;Mtered^in^  b^b��;pr^2t&^  '^r^dJim*^i|s|||^^  and $8.30 a hundred.for all deliveries  This supplementary contract, will be  ;it||continu^  ;��t-T^e^stat^kndip^iisitif  w^sbvitpSeicjpKes^  ^f;ti|^5up^^g^n||^ft  'fp^aeir^ffdr|s)tp,t^ J*  rp^>f-��3JMfi*>:u��jw,uuJf.tii��;j..>s:!'i,^.*;nj��^^^i--^.-;>-~~-ns"^--"���  ^������^  .������v.Vfvf.i-,-^-. * *^,  .*t-' ���.*-*���. 3��*f .^;; -v- r ������;;;?' vt-: 3^;;^, .�����;'���::'  ft��; ^#t t p;the^^^|9^  ;f A little^malleirsizeKbut-just as sweet  ' ~.'j;mcy,^2Gp.^  'e^ifet&^^^-^i:^/8^  S4.50  ;.*S5^5.6:  " ;Extr*a Winesaps and itblthe Beauties; -  "We' honestly thii)k that these aire the finest  lot of Apples that have come into Phoenix, this  .season. Order a box .today, or you may be too  late.  We have just unloaded a car of beautiful  white potatoes���fine cookers and bakers. You  will/have to try them to appreciate the extra  mealy flavor. Per 1 OO fib. $1.50  GREEN VEGETABLES  Asparagus, Cauliflower, Celery, Cucumbers  Lettuce, Green Onions, Green Peppers,  Rhubarb and Spinach.  Your order will have our most careful attention.  headquarters fprJ:  ^' fSThe;;-^ath^  it'tijs/:trrip''ife  ^cpngratutetm  iwprst pf the^inter ; was ipv  iiydidI?notv"get: started  til 1;;the;>last  iweekpf February, and March came  i b; wi th ^a" snb wstor mi th at; ��� has ? con^  Jtinued; =mpre;  or;':; less j ever   since.  tThere is not; much frost but:-a: lbt of  wet showv'such as ���ypu,''haye'i..';-sbme^  times   in r Aprils   and   .it-  makes "it  miserable for eyerybbdy,;particularly  the meninltbe first^line;-;;^:;-^;:;;:-;^:'':-.:  X Gur part of the line has been com-  iparitively. quiet this week except for  the usual artillery duel that is always  in- progress  to  a greater ��� or   less  extent.!   A big battle is on down  in  ^the French lines  away -south     of.  ���where we are.    You will have   read  about it in  the  papers.    So  tar  it  :has  been- going  in   favor    of    the  jFrench lines who are putting up   a  magnificent     fight.    Those     "75"  French guns are a wonder.  There has also been pretty severe  fighting a little to the north of us,  near where Jimmie Porter was  wounded. We gave them very  much the worst of it and captured a  bunch of prisoners, and things look  more favorable along the line than  they did some time ago. There is  no shortage of shells now, or guns  ^Eiwes-tV E. j-NipHotsoNi  There are batteries of'heavy guns  everywhere, and ,more coming up.  A chicken couldn't live on this  salient when they all open on it.  Please thank the ladies of tbe  Phoenix Woman's Patriotic society  for the parcels they sent. In- the  last parcel they, sent a pair of gloves  which are worth their weight in  gold, this snowy weather. And  there was cake and candy,   too,   sill'  Battalion^  aratively:   little; has  sp-'far  .been;lsaid^;in\;:theVpiress) as   to^the;  actiyities;vpf Scandinavians jn ^the  ^r^jyet-Iargetnumbers^ baveKeb-.  listed,,many; beingnowatCthe front  in the;trebches^: :;Itis^estimated that  in I he X nei^hbprhppd-j of ,400 Xhave\  ;?'"c^^!lP��|-vy^;? began ,|j"pibed'.-;;;-'th:e  ranks;in' British Gojumbi-ijiand pro^  pprtipnately; still larger numbers in  the prairie provinces, where the  settlements are���.'; larger and longer  established. In Manitoba, for instance, there is a recordI of over 500  of Icelandic origin alone being in  the ranks.  . It has been felt- that good   would  come pf: consplidating   future   military effort on. the   part   of Scandinavians    by   organizing    a    purely  Scandinavian.battalion, under command    of    Scandinavian      pfficers.  Such men as the Hon.   Thomas   H.  Johnson, minister of public  wprks  in the Manitoba   government,   with  the active help  of   other   prominent  Scandinavians, fostered   the   movement, which resulted in the appointment of  Lieut.-Col.   O.   Albrechten  of  Prince   Albert,    an    experienced  military officer-, as officer commanding  the   223rd   pverseas   battalipn.  Organization was   completed   some  weeks agp and recruits are now being  sought   throughout   the   west.  Already a considerable body is  concentrated at: Winnipeg and some  of  the   officers;   have   been    appointed.  Great care is being observed in this  regard, the; endeavor being to select  only men who will do credit to their  mtionalitj  t!  ac  Finnan Haddie  of which was most acceptable.     By     .Itscem:s assurer, that 'the b itt -iou  ., .   , ^     ,. *, ' will be an   excellent  one,   not     nly  the way, you might tell them not to , ffoin lhe srandpoi()t of .phys!ca,   fi/.  send any more tobacco.    I've enough    ieS!i)   bu|;   from   the  slar.dpjir.     of  on hand now to last me six months, i morals an d education.  20c. lb.  Canned Salmon^t_25c. can  Lbbsters   35c. and 6t)c. ' ���  Baked Beans  No better substitute for  Meat. , Place the can in  boiling water for a few  minutes, and you will have  a deliciously tasty and  wholesome food���  Per Can, 20c. and 35c.  Macaroni 1 Cheese  Try a can of Heinz Italian  style Spraghetti with Tomato Sauce and Cheese���  35c. per can.   ��,��i^eRoady  Rice  Eat Rice during Let, and  plenty of it���10c. per lb.;  50 lbs. for $4.00  Those who abstain  from eating Meat  oh Fast DaySf will  find the following  Suggestions .the  very best substitutes:  A Request  Gome and visit our  Store, and give us  an opportunity to  show you our Assortment.  FAIR DEALING,  PROMPT  SERVICE,  AND.  GOOD GOODS  IS OUR  motto!  Xjy,  '���'���;.'���'-'���  '}?���.������������-.  :jfxy  ���:tr$  :.B!'  1    l����  }*sac  33SBS  3E  ICC  ac  arnes  ir*::1,1, , -��� ,      "'iv imsae. -�� ViJ'tvl-"iI:'<>''y:M,:  ^f^i-^y^S^iW^^W^00^^^^^^^^^^^  $!yyy;f,}yyyM  I'y.XyXX-XX^'^^ '������'. X X XX-X;yX''y������''pyX:\yy i+,.y���'������:��� xyXy }yyxyy''. :''yy X;y.:.iy'-  ���x^'.y ','���''"���.'!''-V"l.-'"*,vJ''."; ?���':���*���  f|s*"-WM^-'��^;t)��')S|-��it.rt  ��li~<^ym&;*^*W#i(1ibdfti&'  ^sii^ia^  THE tPIQNEEE;   P^^  ate  t    I v  A  ;'  V fV  '  ��U t   -n. (L  i  **'5 ���**-��   ^��^ > ���  4 *'���>   *W  When I commenced  taking them I waa  completely run  down.   I have  taken altogether  nine bottles of the  'Golden Medical  Discovery', and  h t     . r *^^K&**jHHK^S 'Favorite Prescription,' 'together  with ,tho /Plepsant  Pellets'    and    can  z /     truthfully say that  11 feel like a new woman. I would certainly recommend these medicines to any  one Buffering as I did."���Mm Wm Plummy, Beecnrnont, Ont.  "Aa imitation of nature's method of replacing waste of tissue, enriching impoverished blood and increasing nerve lorco  is when you take an alterative extract  of herbs and roote made with pure glycerine, without the use of alcohol, like Dr.  \, -, Pierce's Goldon Medical Discover-'   This  '"-'--'��� ^vegetable medicine coaxes the digestive  " potions and helps in the assimilation of  **' * ��� j rather (takes from the food just  "'aentthojblood requires.  'inessential to good .health  theycao;���r;What we are asking will  not;,.cost ^muchy.:^  ���pu.&up-^i&y^  .the|pwbers;-ca^  ioi^:u^  :fju1i^but:yis\tbrs:|niighf^  fprjtnihkitig^  > yx'yf��j|2 f^^^^^^y:^. ':y'y^X'yl  ^l^hV.-manHwhp)%ditsSthe>i average'  cpuntry newspaper cannot well  avoid treading pn somebpdy's toes  continually; must expect to be censured often for unintentional failures;  must expect to be called a coward  because he does, npt pitch into everything that somebodv thinks is  wrong, and a fool if he speaks r out  too plainly on public evils; he must  expect to grind other people's axes  ���and turn the grindstone > himself.  Still many editprs think it is one of  the noolest professions on^eartb; the  Foster's Weather Report  Next disturbance will reach Pacific  one in which the' earnest  man   can j coast about  April  6,   cross  Pacific J  do the most good to his fellow man  and in which an honorable man can  wield much power for good.  -essential to good neaiui  .ilden Medical Discovery |  ses^thoiblood of impurities,  fifthe activity of the blood-  fcand cnnchcs the body -n*ith  jy-  .bl  pimple  ^supply tof pure, ncht blood  scrofula, eczema, erysipelas,  _1esi'and other eruptions that  ifecar the skua. >  filite j'Dr * Pierce,   Invalids'   Hotel,  !alo/N. Y, for free medical advice or  flKFree booklet 'on blood.  BR*"  "  Jalllj  fp?;\  <*  "4  ***��� ���.  \  t��  J  *b'  >  %���,<���  O- r  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  issued weekly  at Phoenix, British Columbia  -   Subscription, 2.00 per year   ���  ' >j52J.50,to United States.  ,lJ-J    i        * - IS-  t *  *7)G. Kay, Publisher..      <  "Mines are made, not fou��d,"   is  ao old saying that grows more   and  more     real     every     day.    Today  properties in this district are^ shipping and milling pay  ore  that 'have  been in the making for years.    The  record of the   province  carries  one  back over the ,development period of  20 years or more in   each   instance,  yet today they are  blossoming  out  with wealth'in   both  dividends  and  wages.   -A single year's profits now  will in many instances  pay  for  the  entire past expenses.    Cheer up.  Restrictions 'Removed  ��->  ,-���-  -��i > *i  :�����..*  ' I  )  .<���   ">  ''      ADVJKTISINa SOAI��B  "'       rApplication for Slqnor Licence (30 days) t. $5.00  "<       ' AppHe��ti��n tor Tiaaslovpl Licence ^   V.. 17.50  x Certificate of Improvement (60days)-;-;   $10.00  '    -    AppUeatf OB to Purchase Land notices <88 days)  i.  +w -jr.-br/*....  L .: ~..\i f."fio.oo  'y "~ Delinquent Co-Ownershipnoticias 90 days $25.00  ;,X-l 'T^Wi-jatoCertifleateof Iftla noticesk'.,:$8.00  1^-^ V*t^*^J<*^-��^-����^ ���Avetttetai; 12 oenti''tt,llrie.  iw^*-#-Cvjfe'-W?*��>-^v-*^^ ?r8,-; ixaertlonf Mid, 8  V it  * V  r i  ^Wf  t.Tho ' prohibitions" "declared    by  section*9c of the "game  act, ^ being  chapter 33 of tl?e statutes for -1914,-  as tn'th'e hunting, trapping/ taking^*  wounding ' and' killing' t ofi' bears/  were removed for a periodf "of *- four  years from  last^Saturlday ���/by * an?  order of theiieufehant, governor-m-  council.    For:the,same period  the  prohibitions i are - ^similarly "removed  as to the fbuytag,-selling aod being  in possession ofibears lawfully killed  orn'a&n** 'CTmSk^efo^Hb /hritB.rtb  slope by close of 7, central valleys 8  to 10, eastern "sections 11. Warm  wave will cross Pacific slope about  April 6. central valleys 8, eastern  sections 10. Cool wave will cross  Pacific slope about April 9, central  valleys 11, eastern sections 13.  Therewill be a great storm on  the Pacific slope and will decrease  in force as it nears the Atlantic coast.  Heavy rains are e\ppcted along; and  south of latitude 40, particularly in  southeastern states. Most'rains on  Pacific slope will be south of San  Francisco. Severe storms are expected west of meridian 90.  Indications are that the cold wave  of this storm will cause heavy snows  in the northern Rockies; that follow  :.<�����>,  are bhly twoi words  ;ibithiej:vbca^  "tmx'i  f^iyt^'yyyXty,x-y :���:������'..  yy^^XyX-M^Xyy':..  '5**"  U  s  i  J  *���  *"*  r  4  .**,  K  '  'SATURbAY,' ApWc 8,  1916.  *       c    "* -       * >    f    T     "  'X./1  *i  2V*>' -  W^>  aiKV  il?  5.  t   .During the  pasf seven^ monhts^  ,from ^August ^ to   February,   there  were twepty-twp people   killed  and  twenty-fduVinjured on railroad lines  in Canada. <        <���  *       6  'investtgatinns , * made by v the  coroner, in every instance, attached  no* blame fto the railroad,' and in  spite of tne fact that the jury 'drew  the attention of strollers and parents  of children to tbe insane practice of  using the devil strip v between the  rails as a* promenade, accidents  continue. <.  Reports from train crews still  indicate that trackwalking is on the  increase, due no doubt to the sunny  summer days. Parents would do  well to issue a warning to their  children of the danger they incur of  being killed, failing which they are  apt to be hailed before the court as  a common trespasser.  V- The,market for-copper/appears to  be awakening' from its brief period   '  ������>/ of rest.^   Following^ a -week* or^ two j  of comparative inactivity '"and  fractionally lower quotations^ there   are  beginning to be -decided vindications  lof improvements both in the volume  of business and -prices. -".For, June,  July and August delivery,lake is 27  to 27 J( cents and eleotrolytic is 26^f(  to 27 cents a pound.    Spot  copper  has been -sold   within  the  past   10  days at 28j4  cents  and some  for]  April delivery brought ?27^ cents a  pound.    At the "(same-titne   it *i&  ������reported"   tbat   spot    copper  '"  offered at 27 cents. -      ,     ^ f  The French*goverm*nebt has just  purchased, it is seated on high  authority 20,000,000 pounds of  copper at 27 cents a pound, deliverable on tbe docks,in,New York  Accuracy  't  ���-* fjr        u   >        _  Peoetrabon.  ���fSii*-* ���Sifc*-'**-���', V*��  High Power" j  ^ Repeating  Rifle No.425  j List Price $20,00  X  -f'.So    30^0- 32 and 35  calibcrs  '    Use Ilcmin-cUin Auto-Ljuflnff  ^ Curltulga.  1?A Big Game Rifle that  ll ' . Makes Good.  Sure Fire Mo Balk;- No Jams  Onlcc (torn your Dealer  "^   ^ Send for lJandwroely-lirustrated'  , HiflcCalalogNo.il      ,  f J. Stevens Arms & Too! Co.,  |iS       ,      ^   .   '   1�� O *,oi BOOSI, ���*  Chfcopee Falls, Mass:  during the  coming  three  months.  R^jr^'.-1'-  7?     U  ��$���-.  M fc'**,-  1^4^*!  V (?1  If Y^x. > v  W%"    << -. i  There are some lots   in - this  city  Wjhich would look very much  better  if some one was  given   the job   of  cleaning  them   up.    Of   course   it  would be hardly proper to  mention  names, but if we thought otherwise,  apd   were  to  print  a   list  of   the  owners of the premises referred   to,  some of them wpuld feel very much  hurt.    We  are not   going   to   do  this,   but  ab  many   strangers   are  coming and  going  every  day,   we  a*��k all persons, who   are   offending  in-this paiticutar mentioned, to consider themselves   as   specially   referred to in th s article, and  to   put  things to right just  as   quickly   as  core that -old souffjor rulc��r from  ���chick you! har�� ft-ten. BnJTertM* tor  bo Jons, U 7ou trill ���only use aa eSart-  ��ent that 1b capable of reachlns -the  seat of the trouble. Zam-Buk caa 4��  this because of Its* ^unusual pan*  trattng ptfwer. Alo��b Zam-Buk la a  etroag germicide-�����erna8 cannot  lire where Zam-Bulr Is applied, ae  that the germs are destroyed net  only on the surface, '.Jsut in all tke  diseased underlying tissue. Thett^  healing commences; nev tissue replacing the old and diseased, until  th* sore is thoroughly and permanently cured. ',  Tne case of Miss Pcanees Dandta,  of Somerset, Man., verjifleB the aa��ve  statement. She -writes* "I suffered  for ever twenty years fwlth an ulcer  on my leg, and all "ihe remedies  tried during tbat time proved ineffective. Several doctors treated me,  but I got no benefit. Finally I tried  Zam-Buk, and I am thankful te say  that after perseverance with this  ointment I am now completely  cured." r      \  Zam-Buk Is also "��-pl��Mdid fer  eczema, abscesses, beSs, pimples,  ringworm, piles,' btootf-poiseninK,  cuts, bums, and all skin injuries  and diseases. Best baha. fbr teaby\i  sores. All druggists, 50c. feex; S fer  $125, or from Zam-Bulc C^.,"To*ronto.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL /  MINING REGULATIONS  j  s     t  Ooal uuiiiug lights of the Dominion,  in iuanitoom oasKaK-newan and Al-  ���Beiut, cue xukonieixitoiy, cheiNoi*Ch-  weuL x'eixitoiiet- aua in a portion of the  ijfxovmce of Butisn lioiuuibia, w&Jii&  leased, tor a teiin ot twenty-one years  itnewai tor a lurther terni of 21 years  at an annual rental'of $i an acie. Not  more than Z,6w acrea will be leased to  one applicant. v  Application for a lease must be made  by, cue applicant in person to the  Agent or bub-Agent of the district in  which the lights applied for are situated.  in surveyed territory the land niUBt  be deacubed by sections, or legal srub-  divisions of sections, and in uneur-  veyed territory the tract appliedjEor  shall be staked out by the applicant  himself. !  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5 winch will be refunded it the rights applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable  output of the mine at the rate of five  cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such returns should be furnished at least once  a year.  The lease will include the coal mining  rights only, rescinded by Chap. 27 of  45 George V. assented to 12th June,  1914.  For full information application  fchould be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa,  "j��:e.;��T^r.yi^:u;-i?.rAt  imfrX'jy  ���x:x'x.%  $��m  xx>  -mmx.  ^iffiftte>wS^  r.XK  ��� -..i::  '��%;  IB;!"  Mralilinto  * ���."'--.V  -fefi  or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Do-  j union Lands.  W. W. COF"i,  Deputy Minister of the Inter or.  N B.���Unauthoiized   pubh ation of  [  ais idvertisornent will mot be paid lor.  I ���83o75  is^the pi^per ^m^^  The time is tbday^ ilot tomorrow. |Time began chasing Tomorrow at the outset  of Eternity, and has not  overtaken it yet, so what  chance do you stand of realizing on an asset if you do  hot advertise it?  per Issue.  m����-^ii  mar $Jhi*ikF-^i***\l
Round Trip
'   To and from all Stations—Port Arthur to Vancouver—
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'On Sale April 20 to 23—Return Limit, April 25th
Special Concessions to Teachers,
Students, Commercial Travelers
Details from any Agent, from. Agents or Pursers.
•TICKETS—Conductors will give Excursion Rates from
Flag Stations.
J. S. CARTER, D.P.A., Nelson, B.C.
Alaska has five distinct specie   of
bear. '
Hedley has sent   34  men  to   the
lumbering   at
' Snow is retarding
■ April 14 is Arbor
in  Grand
The Consolidated Mining* & Smelting Co.
Offices, Smelting and Refining Department /
Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper and Lead Ores
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Everything in Men's Wear
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Cloth ins:    x
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L O. O. F.
Snowshoe Lodjge
No. 40
Meets every Monday Eveniqg at
Oddfellows' Hia.ll. VnlTting brethren
cordially invited.
Our hall is for rent for dances, social
evenings, etc.
William Oxley, Noble ©rand.
Oscar Guitafson, Fin. Seoy.
Mark Rukin, Sec. Secy.
Daughters of Rebekah
Phoenix Lodge No. 17
Meets ta the Oddfellows' Hall,
First and Third Wednesdays.
K. of P.
No. 28
Meets Tdkbday Evening at 7.80.
Sojourning brothers cordially welcomed.
E. E. Barnbb, O.O.
0. H. Khtoht, K. of R.S.
-Mountain Temple Lodge No. 17
Moeto in Pythian Hall, Lower Towu
Sooond and Fourth Thursdays.
Mrs. J. A. Morrin,
! *Jv'i;r5"vv
Thos. Brown
■•v*«,      "Everything a Man
Phoenix Aerie No. 158
Meets in the Oddfellows' Hall, Friday
Evenings, at 8 p.m.'"
Visiting brothers are always welcome.
Richard Blundeix, W. P.
T. R. Clarke, W. Seoy.
S. H.&E. F.
Lodge No. 47
Meets Every Sunday Evening vat 7 r.m.
Visiting Brothers Are Always Welc jme
Cblius Nelson, Pres.  -
X Algot Larson, Secy.
i. Louis Carlson, Rec.-Sacy.
Your Milk Supply
Should come from healthy and vigorous Stock,
'manner    Separated  Cream  insures purity and
quality. .       The Dairy produces both.
THE DAIRY       J- Wm Hannam, Prop.
1 Home Baking, I
I Better every way |
|'than the ready I
Quesnel's tennis courts opened
last Saturday.
Princeton  is   shipping  horses
Trail's hospital will be enlarged
at a cost of $5,000.
A license to hunt and fish in
Washington costs $1.
Baby carriages are now manufactured in Vancouver.
J. Strand has opened up a modern
meat market at Quesnel.
It costs less than $3 a ton to raise
roots in the Bulkjey Valley.
The general store and post office
at Whonnock was burned   recently.
Sunflower pith is said to be user
ful as a substitute for cork in lifebelts.
Chas. Ellsworth, of California, is
hunting grizzly bears at Bear Lake,
American newspapers are beginning to load up with "Our War with
The wealthy lady is still advertising in the personal columns for a
Higher prices and a shortage of
potatoes are predicted within three
months. " >
The government will operate- a
scow towed by a gasoline boat on
Francois lake this year.
The Vancouver' General hosf it.J
expended no. less than $135,000 'a: t
year on absolute charity.
This year the Graham evapora :or,
will elemtnate the middleman mi
buy vegetables direct from grow irs.
- Lumber .ates have taken ano'her
upward jump. To New Zealand
they- have "jumped-lO shillings, > and
Chile 5... /.   - ,  /* _\s ^     »
rtint-r a. Man V I reduce-tts teaching staff by'dispqns-l' ?"*;;<•-T5   '^^ T^„„
ing with 3,0 teachers, thereby sa*. ing
$27,000."' "       /"' "•''   '
Eight schools in   Penticton   have
been 'closed to prevent the spread of
measles.    There  are  75   cases    inj
that city.
The proper pressure to be exerted
on a shotgun trigger  to   explode   a
cartridge is esstimated at 6 lbs.    Les
than this is considered unsafe.
A British Columbia'doctor is not
allowed to practice in England and
vice versa/ The provincial medical
act is to be amended with a view to
receiving the privilege from the old
Norman Davies, formerly of
Southampton, Eng., died in a shack
on the Westbank Indian reservation
last Sunday of mal-nutrition and the
effects of vermin. Deceased was
too lazy to cook food that was in
the house.
The fastest dog race ever run over
the 64-mile course between Nome
and Solomon was won last Friday
by Fred Ayers' dog team. Ayers'
team made the distance in 5 hours
and 32 minutes, beating the former
record by 15 minutes. Billy Webb's
team was second and Ray Delzene's
dogs finished third.
The eggs which have been
brought from the orient are packed
in ordinary 30 dozen cases with cork
shavings as fillings. Several cases
which have been inspected show
the eggs to be covered with a mould
which is a result of their coming in
contact with musty cork shavings.
Consumers should pay particular
attention to the eggs which they
Mi*. N. McDonald, Noblo Grand.
Mrs. Amy A. Cook, Secretary.
Mrs. H. Tiltou,
Order-in  Council   Passed
at Ottawa—Canada to
Have Refinery
To give the .Canadian government still greater control over the
nickel supply from the Canadian
mines, the government, by order-
in-cpuncil, has prohibited the export
of nickel, nickel ore and nickel matte
except under license. The nickel
products of Canada have been put
in the same class as other articles
prohibited from export except under
license by the British government.
Some of the other articles are sugar,
wood ashes and asbestos.
The only nickel refining plant in
America is the International Nickel
company, of New Jersey, which
controls the bulk of the Ontario
nickel production. Since the outbreak of the war the Canadian
government has taken every precaution to prevent the product of
this plant reaching the enemy. The
precautions taken have "been satisfactory to the British government
and have been such that not a pound
of Canadian nickel has reached the
enemy countries since hostilities began.
The present regulation of export
even to the International Nickel
company is an additional precaution.
Previous to this order in council the
government1 supervision was directed entirely to the destination of the
refined product, but now it will cover
also the export of the raw material
from the mine to the refinery.
Arrangements have been completed
with the International Nickel  crnn.
pany fo the establishment »"TS^
Canada of a nickel refinery which
will supply the demands of the
British empire for the, refined
products. Work on the' construction of this plant will commence this spring, aad the plant
will be located some place on the
Atlantic coast. Until this plant is
in operation it will be impassible to
prevent the exportation of nickel or
matte without depriving Canada's
allies and Great Britain herself of
the necessary supply of nickel for
armament purposes. To prohibit
the export now would mean the
closing of the only refinery in North
America, which furnishes a great -
deal of the requirements of Great
Britain and her allies. I
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Granby Shipments
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The  following are  the   monthly
shipping    figures    from   the   local
Granby  mine  to  the Grand Forks
smelter:   .
1915 tons 1916
January      42,211   83,802
February..   .     63,091   77,048
March      69,948   86,782
April      85,382
May  100,693
June  103,004
July  101,058
, August  103,062
September .. 9S,245
October  96.43C
November... 82,187
December... 94,475
Total 1,034,786
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Canada has 290,700 men under
arms, of these 112,o00 are in Britain
or Flanders and 135 in Canada.
Casualties so far number 22,000 i nd
wastage accounts for 21,700. , Men
are wanted as badly as ever   - '/ *
- >"• "steSs8
NO. 24
Hall, onSeoondttiid
a^B'p'clock. »%|-r
-fttfts. LiOUiB Carlson, P/es'
Mrs. A. Johnson, Secy.
I, No. 8, W. F. of M."
Meets every Wednesdav Night, in
MinersMJnion  Hall, at  7.30 P.M.
Wm. Smith, President.
D. J. McLEODj-Vice-Pres.
Neil McBETH,~Treas.
J. J. Evans, Secretary.
Fresh Stock of Wall Papers
Direct from the Stanton Mills
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1 Apure,Cream of Tartar I
l§ mm ClsTSmLia III 11 fmm s»
{ij frcm\ Gi
A Delightful  Spot to  Spend the
week-end  Hunting  and  Fishing
Bar Stocked with the Finest
Wines,  Liquors  and   Cigars
To be. healthy at seventy, prepare at
forty, is sound advice, because in t*ae
strength of middle Mfe we too often forget
tbat neglected colds, or careless treatment of slight aches and pains, simply
undermine strength and bring chronic
weakness for later years.
To. be stronger -when older, keep your
blood pure aud rich and active with tbe
strength-building ancl blood-nouris ling-
properties of Scott's Emulsion whicl is a
food, a tonic and a medicine to keep -oi x
blood rich, alleviate rheumatism aid
avoid sickness. At any drug store.
Scott & Bowne. Toronto, OuL
Doughnuts, Madeira Cake,
Lunch Cake for Sunday use
delivered on order every Saturday.   Gi?ve us a trial order.
Do Not
Your Hides, Salt Them and
Ship to
Top Prices for Dry
and, Green   Hides.
Fresh Milk Cow For Sale
Watch Repairs
Now that the Holiday Season
is over, we can attend
to youp needs very
A large Stock of Parts for
Standard Watches.
E. A. Black, Jeweler
A. O. Johnson, Prop.
Firet-Class Accotrimodatiora for IVImers
JEWB p^"'s#��?^^ vy'XvyX:XX-:\y-:',:- .'/��� ������.��� ry ���' ���;;.������ .:/���)':.'- ���'���'��� //"X-'^'  $t4  _*Vft>^'v J -   '.': ''' ''-:':-:''Xfy^-,'.''-'-:'r-  THEh;';|PI()NEER;v^ I��lpENIX,   BRITISH ��� nQEOTBI^  ;et*f������  ; :.;V;^-ij- '���^-���Ww-iJi-v.fr^ ."���;;.?  r.LiS5-;.>y/.-'  ;#*  J;,fi"  ^V*'  ���X-H  #  .���Si!  ���Xt>V  y&x  ���Xyn  ��  ' 'H"/  i-jX  ^fe ,;*:XSx M>J"V(ia��  ^^''-^XX '4XX^X*XXXVA:,^.;.:X:;//<  ���AA:'.! ; p^^M ^S ^'; !i&  X;^  ;^^  ��� ���,>'-(.->��s' Kfil J��g�� rSy*?:SWrf&;S/  I   ;^'^l.���iffi���.''Ul^.L^'.^V"^^^V���/���.-'^^i.^���l^,'������.":���  ;s;p*/t$^|e ���', to AMinfers; Vky warrri^com-v.  ;    and.Well-Served Meals; also the Finest Bar and Highest      I  pf^DMU^iEXJoods  ftlfllililllP^  isifete^rif^iliiitelw  y^i^-il!fi^rieA:  A Snowfall; for  \veek^. 4.10;   rain,  .ip;;^;^  .;''.; IVIbbclay thestravv hat;put  ip ; an  XC;;^  'Forks* Tuesd^w-;^  X/GeoxHbffsbladet^  CblviHe'-Mbhday;/:^  '���% M rs. Aipeimber'tpm * arrived'''"Saturday-from Spokane.*; A. yhyyX/  '::y-[ Born, "April'/;' 2i;;'td';��� M.rA;iand:,-;M rs.  "C^Hillj'/a^aaught^  Kv;Mrs^Ge'q.'-Barnes';^  ;$a'ricpu yer -:Satu rday *$$��-$^'xy;X,  'fy, A/.xBx :;.Cpplt��T;am  Thursday from 'Sp'6ka;ue.;;:;>':^i:>'/A?::  ',. ������/.piiyerftypewriteirf ribbons for'/sale  ii  iftf:  ''���*��W''  ^WjK'  W-^l  **\**i|  ilftltf    ������x&yki^yij-yiyyMi ;x:J'; r vx xXqxx xy:r';fx'- '^i-^^r^&^^i'^ i x-W:''xyXy  'lolne^fobd^'Sol^e' ��� ? wouiS '^Ir^elali^dur v���us^j  ^Patrons toAbuy;thei;yfresh^ a  w��$]^���,\2 wv-?*,-'"-;^.;f.v^,.>;c^v';-.r,-.'';? --Vv x .���,,;.���-' .- xx ���.*:���������   -.*.** ���r-K-'- ;,.-.�����- )*������'���'���������'���:;��� Vx'-^'-J-' "'V-* ���.'.'<i,r*-'xJx---'X ���������-���   J* V ' vi;v'  sS��^^":��TOil>.V'i;';^!'**>;-*,:*-/'^  w&WwPifawte&vMW  K:  ��,  \*  &��  agas^ft^as^s^^yaa^g^&i^  jfefi1"  ������    i   i       ��� y.  at;.V^T;he^-Pjoneer!^dffice^( _  ,/;/-Born^pn;April^,;tb^Mri^  ChasV, pisonj' aVdaughter;-''iyX.XFX':"?y-  x. ThisJ is'the'/time  for; the ^a^  spring clean-up)of yardsA| A-v ''-. V:i A;  -).��� Celius^NelsW was)a;'"pas:serjge.r..',to  the Inland Empire Mbnday^^  ���::;:f it.jis/repprted'^that;^  ^mihe)here^will/'befppened shortly.-  v  V] For Rent^Furriisried! hpusekeep;.  irig'roomsl; ,;Applyy jEvansV block. ��;'  ^";'iC>7Mv;';CampbeH.f;.\ya.^  visitor ;tb Grand Forks;Thursdayv^ ';<  fvf/B^n/'pn^Thu  :'Mr^and.::Mra':.';J^  AABprh^pn^rThu;rs^ay;|;^  .Mr:^and;i:MrsSt^  d augh'tenlwS ���'���'X/Xx '%��%^&${$0&v$  ;.;::;.;:.$ ^y:-,;-sjy:yyyiy,?yy}y^y/-v ���X^>^X1^}JsM  ^;nFbr;:Sale"rbr;AR'en;t-^Mbrris-^  y:y:ii'ti&��>mr&:-y'x-^  jin;|^nrst-cmss:{��|;;/Cpnditi6n.j^  ^Pp1y|iM^hi^li!^er^  uryder   the  same  auspices .will  "be  '���White Feather,"   said  tb;be  en_  tirely of a comedy nature, nnd to  appear at the end pf^the niboth. ( ;  We take pleasure iri:drawin^;the  attention of bur readers A this-week  t o th e ad ver tise men t J: of t h eyV abj  couver Breweries j limited.v;!:Those  wlio have never tasted' the rich  full  ' ' ; '- :',!'' ���:.���.���:?,:'. ,,r/ ''..1//:'"/;./,:'::'-,.//-f;'.'!...   '.;"/./.  flavor'ybf;;'Cascaae:7:'beerA;!:hayei^^  pleasant surprisejAinAs  factured only 'from the ArichJ extract  of Alberta malt"and British;Cbliuribia  hops, brewed '/'under^ | sanitary^ cpn-  ditidhs by. union labor^and fusing  glacier .water,;it is;ail^that cpuid^be  desired^ Xyfy^yy Xx yjXyXyX'X^  %  ^ih^:; ldea8'"Spri'^  ������''X:  $1.00  fTISAQUAWCE^��:/phbeh1xjaB;Ci'  :'���:���:: / it-'-.ii.\:): -'!���./��� *>"���. .''.'���������������-������������. ���>.:���������:.':��������� / ���:.<   ���-���...��� .-.'I'', i.': ' /N-'/'/ / y'-i.'���������.-:.���': >// ���.���.'.:��� '���/i/.v- //.'/;��� .������;%���-,sr.  \l.:  >?M  m  w  ���. Alaska ^S^e^pslakes' ���  IROOKLY  iPhflelix^yisit^bnday^i^f^lP  w  Th e-X ni n th/|'ann u al^.:aHi^la,ska  s weepstaJkes;;;;)d9g:Stea'm =.; ?race,i::.the  greatiBst^'pprt;:;:ey^^^  wilI/.be ;runyhext:'(rTuesday^oyer;";the  sn ow,'������ traii^^frpift'Npnie  toXCaridie  and returriy la; total1 "distance,; of 1:412  miles. /AnnbuncenVeht':'6fy.the  date  of the race wasi made.^'HSs/AyXck'.^b'y.  the Nome^ Kennel.'club^^^ under >ynbse  auspices the irace wil I b..e^-;run.;''i.v;^Tlie  trail   is   inV excellent; condition /for  fast 'racmg."^;/^::';'.;;;;; yhy. :y. :'l 'yXy^--  . It is prpbable^that ; six',;.. prKseven  dog tearris';will-;.be','^entered|!V^including;;' those; ;���; qfcv L>ebbi a rdl;!^ teppa ia,  whose ;Sib)e:rian;!wpJf;dbg^^w  ;ye^r^rS:race'vinl^j5ffi;p^  ;and ',;37;;vrs;ecqndsj^;;R^-^rK^  Downing*;;;and^K Bl^tchford^Mbwen  :������ ���'. i ��� .'���������"��� /' ''^i^n-'ri,'Vr s;/''iv','i-'"i4'-.-���������' -iy ���';'.'���.'ui-yj-f-v-ry,���������'���: t  iand;;;DbIzbb;e^^Pa;u;liJ;Kjags;ta^  JGU nha'r};Kn4lisbn.i;^;|^^  ;���:?;, .Twpjfa'm'py;!?;^^^^^^  '-a1ways;na'v^:oeeu^  F  SV1  %l  established the record, of\7Jj ��� hours  ECIDE THAT NO; OTHER BRAND W  XGEPT THE WHOLESO  ;;Those;who h  have a plebsant surprige in store ;for^ them;'    Only, the rich extract pf  :Alberta A^t andiBritisHColumbiaH  ;;;empJI6y^d':in'brewing^  f$��x;-b re we p;-;;And:;'.bgttle d^t;;'v ANtd b v e R'^y;&;^3  i  v>��$#fs;  iiiSHBlliiHli^^  ^0McM:  lare;��!in3��the;^CJ;nited?fStatesjt$;Allan*  sold most of the dogs, in.'the  Allan-  return to - the ; United -States. from  France until long after the close  of  have accumalated   sufficient : wealth  i^iflilltoll^eiu^ ^-;  f;K#^'^��^��li*:!|f||g^?^ 'X:X  SV1.V  f &���>  > ^x  s?  ����.  gwiWMvr.  TIZRIOpU^CONIRRAQRA^^ii^^oY-F^rl^  ""f  ^,;c ' ' ;"   ' ,fi-:t  ADMSSSS03M   ^^^^^^^^^^^^1  i    f  >i*y  ^1 ^  *\  ���BMBnaWBaHCBEBBb  ;-:"':;".'!,";//  iv^  ;���'���'.�����������'���..���;.��� ���  ^  lit**  ff%>  operation for appendicitis performed  r;^>/���.t'y- i:-syy''iy-?4{y* :^w-^.p^^^fi:^^^i;i^//^>  5i;n'|t|^/.hjpspitai;si^r^e^f^  ;||^e|^^e^j|?|��|dge;^^  :f|*|f$;^^^  ^i^m|^icli|th|^;hb^  ;tngs|f|p^^'hpj^^a^^  ;^|^hievjA^r^en^eay^  ^s|ranchtnea^^  ':l^n^ulQ'ablie/:;?fo''^db:/:^y  ICh ri s tm ay/ pb; acpbunt;/ pl^n:i;;iajury  j^|nis^arri^^? ���t$X~^��0&rf'  ^^ainottc:;.';? cpn tri^tionsplhyjl'the  ^ildr^^p^PhQenix:;';^  ���:yi: Good opportunity ifbr a live wire  ip(Jthe.;;cigar;; and ;:pbol> business;'  Takejpossessipri at; once of stock,/  fixtures,r etc.i ; at invoice; Apply  T^os.;Russeli, drthis office.  ^iThi^week; the Woman!s Patriotic  society^Jf^wajrded 14 parcels to the  soldiers at;the front.; A sugar and  <^am;set left oyer from the recent  patriptic; vbazaar ��� wais- raffled and  ;!r^lized;:$2.'46.7':yX^ ;'"���'"V"���'���"���' ���'';.  |;}^:delightful ��� birthday party was^  "held at the Victorta ;hotelV Wednes-f  day evening in honor of Miss Olive  Eriged. After indulging in a whist  <nii-����*i*k�����-���-������������������� _,v       - ,^"ve.   the  invervening  hours  pre-  ^^^S^S^r^1^^'&�� t011^^?^ I Reding supper were spent in   song.  TAYLOR ^vNEB^QN^F-ROPS.  , Pipes, Cigars9 Tobacco and  Special Line of the Famous Lowney's Chocolates  Smokers' Suppl1��s.l^;^MlBoft;;DH  English Bi I i lard s.    Poo I.   Bo wE i n^ AS Soy s  ifg^Twoihouses lonj ^ewj^york* towni  site for sale; one ;six-roomed house  on Brooklyn.avenue; for  sale.    Ap-  a^-J:;;%Snydeirpeftfe,4orS^Ermcetotf?;db  Friday, having   recovered  from   an  0lf^ll%l^l^#Iil^l^SI^^M#^lf  ^ai^||g|1^bb^|y  |wifei^rj|^,b^|;Metti^^  aged to.-Ifve so l&rig without get-  ;;tidi^;tu^d/Sbr;^hb wi:?the ^wihalev  swallowed Jonah, we ca'anot help  |hfim:j;|bvut/iit%butbaye^  ^iwiiiiiiii  ,|j'^jiajq;y^s^nstbie^  JnJ3il|the^t��^  ||^l||^|ghoeni^��^  fabd^^theyjSjwil M ^e^abswered'^ion"  ^T^^ncggSgliAiiF^ns^  #S^rbm^||ElitKGusfflp^  i-k&i^��^*i/;';��;-;;#;'t%;';S;a'^A^  s��iffii'cU:SMo;Sftii-��in'-';3A'y.;n'iv��^  vemngs  m*m:--:i:  yaxi,  mmmmmmxx'pxyx  |i|KSpau-ls;|iQ; ^.:;;A^  s t^rlding'yMorde^ !^add ^cp^es'frbm'le^tb-rjg^ y  lgi||igji|Sfi^||^  ^^i^y^^;/^;  Jj;(*^//;i'  SHIP YptJH FURS DIRECT io "SHUBEBT" the Iarnesl  lionse in tbe World dealing exclusively In NORTH AM��RICAN RAW fOus  a reliuble���ri*sponsiole---safe Fur Hotiso with An unblemished reputation cxistiniifor "more than a third of a century." a Iong bui>-  Musferat,^: White Weasel,^Beaver, LynxV Wolves,   , ���....-..  Marten and other Fur bearers collected in your section   |     Saturday .evening    -the    second  offering  of the   United   Producing  company,  "Fine   Feathers,"    was  cessfulreconl of sen'',to8r Fur Shippers pronripr.SAT.'SPA^C'J'ORV  A>rI) PROF ITABL i returns.   Write for "��h- SH>v.'..*ri'13>bi|i*.tr."  the only reliable, ace jrate murket report find p* ,ta !idt published  Writ . for it-NOV-I*'s FUEii  A. B. SHUBIlRT, Inc. D3ept^sEcA:AAG���uAsVA   Jt0   Practical?y  the   same  audience.  The next play to be presented  here  staged.     Like the   first  production  here a month ago, this  one   played  Gripp��  PaenmoaUand Colds exhaust  course  mere oJ tue Berve tissues of the  <:i\M^wmyresi^ .of Hard work.  '^XaXIi^c-^xm ;take..  ������Sat*  Marie  (of^'u^  ^llpwiSrr-IS wbnd^abd fcufttf Sundays  lo3^the,pnpn th': '$M as^|atj';4^|'a^;mi-;.  Suhd4y:;|chdoiT&^  seryice^'kt;;7;'3(Xf %Rev^:;Fath erjDpm ,;f  ;Dprvai^.:;^^/":/;i;/:::"''''J-^  :;;;;;.St.;i^ph'n,!s^!G;rii4r;cn;-���,; Holy; com - '  ;rmjnibn at 8.;abd/:; 11 ;t'eu m^v/'Mprnibg1'  prayer^ilO^^Q; :*Sunday^scbpbl :at  2.30^Eyen^ong,7'30.;;.Rev.^  'Lloyd^yicanX:Xr.i^.y.^ --^yy.;,; 'y. -;.yy:.y -y  ���';������'Si: AWdrew'^;Presbyte^)an/Church  -^Service April; ;9> at . -7.30  p.   m.  Sunday^chppI at;? rj.'mi: ;ReV. J. R.  Munr^'pastbn-T/'/^,,;;^^:';'"���::.;!.;';;'; .��� -!X  ferJ^teS/-^^  Send; Your  Contribution  'to^fiefPlonjgeife  it wil I be ac knbwleclflr��d.  . ' To���-��� Wiipm ;It May; Cpricerri  THE;     N EW      R E M E D V     FOR  Nervous Exhaustion  -; whidi contains I<ecitliin (con-  ���X centrated from eggs), the form  ,   of phosphorus reef-tired for nerve .  xXjttpKh..,;;,  tMf botttes. 40 il��j-��' trMtraont, (H.S0.  y ������ Ohtatn from th�� lov.'ttl ntjetita.  '  T.  S:;QUANCB.  " PHOUNIX, JB. C.  I/arlsA Lawr��?nt-oCo.. .1V)]k MTrs, Montrual.  Wrifco them for Kree took cm  Karroos Kxhaustlon.  ��� JTakenoticei;fchat,'in; and- afteu this  datie;i^XJ: ;B.;iBobiie, ; <>f the ; pity of  Phoenix, ; assume, such;J debts ; and  liabilities of the Queen's tiotel us are  enumerated in ahy agreement "en tei-ed  into between myself and Torn F.  Oxley. Furfchermore, ull monies due  the firm of Oxley & Boone are to be  paid to J. B. Boone.    '���'���  Datud this 15th day of March,  1916  ���'!     iXX.X.'X<:-:iX:  r    JjB.'BOONB.  H"-  If,  1/4'���;  ii;  )U  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful 'Attention to all orders.     Phone AS6.  James G. McKeown  This is what 2SC Sends:  50 OIGAREaTE^,  4 OUNCES TOBACCO,  PACKET OF MATCHES  He will remember you because your  nam j and address is written on the  post",ard we enclose in every 26c.  Parcel you subscribe for. ������'  I  i  m  &*�����  Bi/TJ


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