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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Apr 4, 1914

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 W^&^^w&^"Ml'fJJ^wva^^'^SISi  msm^mdkm^^sm  7  renc-tuL* MAy.  ilJSiaSiiftaa'Ji��i'  o5fits)^,iaw.',v;M*i!)i  ji���'fji, .$:;* ,-,  '^felWMfew'^  *������ ���/  /  $&iW����  iS&^i  The largest coppor mines in  the Dominion are situated  at Phoenix. Tho Granby  Co. employs 500 men,' and  has a monthly pay roll of  >' f over $50,000, while the Rawhide pay roll is $18,000.  HgtiWJBsi&fr&ft  ^^vs^ssm  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining: District  Thb Bkh*b&tip$Qt(!^{JBf:A  published - in - tb��awgnfist?>;  populati  and    possesses    first-class1  hotels, opera house, schools  FIFTEENTH YEAR  PHOENIX, B.C., SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1914  UPRAISE IN JEWEL  LOCATES RICH ORE  .?  Discovery of Utmost Importance  to Surrounding: Country���Gold  Specimens in Evidence.,  (Special to Phoenix Pioneer)  For weeks some an: iety has been  felt as to whether or not   the ledge  at the Jewel mine existed below the  thr��se hundred foot le*vel.    The shaft  down to the four hundred has  been  finished  and   timbered  for' over  a.  month, and the ledge having  failed  to show up in the estimated   length  ofthe^drift,   which   was  driven   to  tap the vein, an  upraise   was  commenced   by  Captain   Rowe,   which  struck a chute of ore after abotlt 40  feet of raising.    It was realized that  this could not be on the   main  vein  owing to its  direction,   so   drifting  was recommenced   with   the . result  that the long sought  for  lode  was  finally  discovered  at  depth,   three  feet   wide,   and  carrying   a   much  higher average  of values   than  on  any other level.  This discovery is of the utmost  importance, not only to the owners  and management of the Jewel, but  also to the surrounding claims in  the camp, of which the Roderick  Dhu is a noteworthy example, in as  much as the ore on this and other  claims in the vicinity is of. phenom-  inal richness, specimens of gold ore  being common that are rich enough  to make handsome charms for a  watch fob.  There is little doubt that the  coming summer will- witness the  utmost mining activity all over the  '\ hills- between ."Eholt- creek and l3oun  of being able to locate ore in any  property, providing the ore is already there, and no matter how  badly the formation is ^ylted.^  The CoppeejMarket  The   large  export, qngvemept:   of  copper is the strikingVeature of the*  situation.     Up  to theT��5tfr of last  month   exports of copper^gm^ the  United States were more than/*? ,,  000,000.    At this rate   the total W  the   month   will   reach  90,000,000,  whicli will make a new high record.  It is figured that the heavy foreign  demand for copper will   result in' a  decrease in the visible supply for the  month of March  of somewherex between    10,000,000  and   20,000,000  pounds.  Sales to domestic consumers, also,  have been of good volume recently  and a considerable quantity has been  contracted for between 14j^ and  14^ cents.  The statistical position of copper  is very  strong.    There   have  been  Mining JNotes of British Columbia  Nuinwk 38  Up-to-date Garage for Phoenix  *��� ��� �� ","v%ifc. ^ scneme 's under way to locate  "u*^   ^    Ir^jjadium  institute' in   Vancouver.  'Indications  of   deposits   of   pitch-  blericje,&te said   to  have been   discovered} about  60  miles   south   of  floIden.V ;  Work is to be resumed  immedi-  mirie,  v Forks, which   has been  n'sfefr/UsIYJ^ thay Rambler-Cariboo mine,  shut down for a number of weeks,  owing to water shortage. Reports  from the mine state that melting  snows in the mountains have started  sufficient water to operate the compressor plant and concentrator, and  both will be put in service in a few  days.  With the quarterly dividend of  the'Consolidated Mining & Smelting company of Canada, which was  paid on April' 1st, the total distributed by mines and smelters of  Boundary and Kootenay during the  first three months of the  year  will  Charles Connell of Rossland   has  bonded a number of claims in Summit camp to' Colonel   Stevenson  of  Chilliwack, who has grouped  them  with several  other  properties,   and  jb turn has bonded them to  a  syndicate for a million  dollars.    There  Are 13  claims  included   under  option, and   they are   all   well  developed.    The chief drawback  so  far  has been the  lack of  railway  facilities.    Railways, however, are now  in sight, as the Kettle  Valley  company is  now  completing  its   Hope  mountain section to  Ottor Summit,  the   lines   running  close   to  these  mines.  complaints  about   dull business  for Pass the half million   dollar  mark  sometime back, but the advent of ��f this sum   the  Granby  has   paid  spring is likely to change this.- Ahy**M* nnn' tU"   �����-"���"��   ��< <" ��"���  material   improvement   in   the   de  mand,    undoubtedly,    would   cause  prices to advance.  Big Labor Strike  A London cable to New York  says: "England faces a.-strike of  almost a million working men.  One hundred thousand coal miners  have quit work in Yorkshire, and  150,000 more declare they will  strike this week unless their demand for a scale of minimum wage  is granted.  "A strike of workers on the  London subway and street cars will  be   called 'unless >,an  ,agreement^is  $225,000; the Standard -$150,000;  the Consolidated company, $116,-  000; and the Hedley Gold Mines,  $60,000.  Patrick Cjark, a pioneer mining  man of Spokane and heavily 'interested, in the Standard mine at  Silverton, has just returned from  New York, where he says eastern  capitalists are" now looking for  legitimate mining investments, and  there is more money ready to be  invested in safe and sane mining  ventures than .ever before. British  Columbia mining? propositions are  well thought of in the east.  The new strike in  Hoard mine at Ainsworth, has  proved encouraging to the management. The ore was struck in the  west drift of the 200-ft. level some  two weeks ago, and the work has  been continued in the shape of a  crosscut. The crosscut is now in  nearly 30 ft. from the ore strike and  ��has not reached the opposite wall.  sAs the lead runs from the old ore  [shoot in the 100 ft. level it gives a  good idea of the extent of the ore  body, not figuring how far down the  same lead will continue. It is un-  understood that this ore is of a goofl  milling grade, running from 10 to  30 oz. in silver. Other drifts are  being run toward the cave where a  large body of high-grade carbonate  ore has been found through prospecting the cave. It is understood  negotiations are being made for'the  erection of a. milling plant' .on the  property this summer.  A first-class and up-to-date garage  will be opened in   the   building formerly occupied by the Lyric Theatre,  on First Street, about April 20th by  J. J. Strutzel and Wm. Hower, two  well   known   residents  of the city.  With the numerous  motor  cars already  here,  and  the large number  that have  been   ordered  for spring  delivery, makes it  necessary that a  garage be established.  The Phoenix  Garage   will   do  a  general  garage  business, making repairs to all parts  of cars needing  attention, including  tires.      A  .first-class   vulcanizer  is  being   installed, which   will   accommodate   tires   up   to  five inches in  diameter.    Gasoline will  be sold at  la very reasonable price,' and will be  ^     L      handled through  a  Wayne  underground tank   and   street  pump, insuring a  maximum  of safety from  fire' to surrounding property owners.  Compressed   air   for   \ires   will   be|  supplied  to  all car owners free of  charge.     This ' firm   are agents for  Phoenix,   Greenwood, Midway  and  up   river   points   for   the  Goodyear  Tire & Rubber  company, and a full  line of their casings, inner tubes and  materials, as well as all  other auto  accessories will be  carried in  stock  at all times.     Messrs. Strutzel and  Hower are deserving of every success in their new undertaking.  PREMATURE BLAST  CLAIMS TWO VICTIMS  Alex, Jordan and Thos. Edwards  Meet Untimely End While  at Work.  L��iamngibr Cape Breton  *-��� i  Local and General  Married Here Thursday  Married at St. Andrew's Presbyterian manse, Phoenix, B. C, by  the Rev. J. R. Munro, on April  2nd., Elizabeth Martin, second  daughter of the late Alexander  Martin, Shipmaster of Peterhead,  Scotland, to Gordon Stace-Smith,  eldest  son   of   John    Stace-Smith,  if.'.7 (Special to Phoenix Pioneer)  Last Tuesday was a gloomy  day  for the residents at the  Jewel   mine  on account of a totally unlooked for  accident  underground.     Alexander  Jordan   was  engaged   as  usual   at  3:35 p.  m.   in making preparations  to blast the round of holes after the  shift's drilling, and while/ 'spitting"  the fuse, one of the shots  exploded  prematurely,''causing  injuries  that  soon   proved   fatal.    Upon   culling  for help, two  otherx miners  ran  to  his   assistance,    when   two    other  shots exploded, leaving  one  workman, W. Bodinna  untouched, ��but  killing the other, Thomas Edwards,  instantly on the spot.     One  of the  saddest features of this   unfortunate  affair is  that  Mr.  Jordan  leaves a  widow and  four  children,   two  of  whom are'quite young.    No blame  can be attached   to  anyone  locally  in the matter, as the cause seems to  be resident in the   fuse, which   was  thoroughly    tested     the     previous  week and which seemed to satisfactorily fill every requirement.  The funeral of Jordan and Edwards was held at Greenwood yesterday. Edwards was a member  in good standing of Phoenix Aerie  No. 158 Fraternal Order of Eagles.  Quite a large number of the members of the order here went down to  Greenwood to attend the funeral.  Dr. Dickson Returns  Captain William Rowe of the  Jewel will be remembered by many  Phoenicians as the superintendent  , last in charge at the Skylark mine,  at the time this property Was in  charg-e   of    O." .B.   Smith      of    the  For   Sale���Three roomed house  on   WU1   &,ve   a   sociai   uance    in   tneir| greatly,  a  Spion Kop.    All furnished; price $300.   castle hall.     All Knights- of Pythias J couver almost completely recovered.  A regular train service   will' soon \f,!^fJ"r^.t_of t.he Taay ���'e��dS ��f\ ^ply' J��b�� ^��"ttu, box 01, Phoenix./and   families   are invited.      Pythian j  ��-  Granby, and he has  the  reputation I be inaugurated on the K. & S.   Ry  /the two wbo are ,eav.inS--    Theeven-/     D.  A.   Vignaux,-   secretary, of    the/Sisters   will   kindly   accept   this in-/     A recent   census   has   placed   the  J K w��j "����. -����� ~.,     3   ling was spent at cards and dancing,/^hoen�� Miners'TTnion. returned Jlfon  ' "    ' '    '  tgaj$i- it.  -&-.&&:*.  .:c5 *���**��.��  ac  ac  ac  We beg to announce that we have just received ac.  large consignment of the mo��t 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  TAILORED CLOTHES  LARGE CONSIGNMENT OF STETSON  HATS AND ENGLISH HATS.  Endless variety of the most popular Ties, Collars,  Shirts, Hose, etc. Call and See Them To-Day.  It will be a pleasure to show you these Goods.  SPECIAL OFFER-Digging Boots - $5.00  land refreshments were served.     Mr.    d"rfromi  fcrfP   ^ J^wiston,   Idaho.  SHfand Mrs.  McLeod have during their/,_ Wm   Butcher left   Monday  for  hisj  II I    " . , .     ���, . , . home In England   to  attend   the   bed-  U I residence in Phoenix taken an active   side of hfa Mother, who is seriously ill. I  interest   in   lodge   work,   and   their      w j Knight left Tuesday for his  many friends showed   their appreci-   ranch in Coots, Alberta, where he has J  ation of these'  services   Wednesday  60 acres of wheat land  under cultiva-  vicatioo.  population of Prince Rupert at 6000.;]   -     ' ���'.y>'.';."-''  :';: r0yiyytyyyp^tf!&tS$0m  U2IC  ac  ac  ac  evening. The Ironsides six piece  orchestra furnished the best of  music for the dancing. In the-progressive whist games, Mrs. McLeod won first prize, a glass marmalade jar with silver trimmings,  and Fred Carlson won the gentleman's prize, a shaving mug. Mr.  McLeod was presented with a past  grand's collar from the Odd Fellows, and the Rebekahs presented  Mrs. McLeod with a case of silver  teaspoons.  o���:   Football Meeting Called  A meeting of the representatives  of the football clubs of Phoenix,  Grand Forks, Greenwood and the  Mother Lode, has been called to  take place in the parlors of the  Windsor hotel at Greenwood next  Monday evening at 8 o'clock, to  arrange dates to play for the Jackson cup, now held by Phoenix. A  lively football season is looked  forward to.   ���   Well Known Here  Chas. Biesel, general manager,  and W. H. Aldridge, consulting  engineer for the Mines Co. of America, recently visited the company's  mine at Union Pass, Arizona, on  business.���Mining and Engineering  World.        .    Ore Tonnages  Following are the  returns  of the  output of the   Granby   mines    and  smelter for week ending Mar. 29:  Granby 26,357        431,251  SMELTER TONNAGES  firanby 22,860        321,657  tion.  Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weir left Friday  for Hidden Creek. Mr. Weir is one  of the oldest timers in the Phoenix  camp.  A movement is on foot in Phoenix  for the different fraternal land other  organizations to join together and  purchase a hearse.  For sale���Three-roomed house, on  Sunnyside Ave., well furnished. For  a quick sale will accept $200 cash. Apply Pioneer office.  Mayor D. J. Matheson, J. E.  Thompson and Barney Cosgrove left  Wednesday for a motor trip through  the SimilKameen country.  H. Hartley, ex-city clerk, has received his appointment as a notary  public. Mr. Hartley may decide to  open a brokerage office in Phoenix.  Charles Hufty, who had his left arm  injured in the press in the Pioneer  office, is progressing very favorably  and will be able to leave the hospital  for his home in a few days.  Geo. Vichary has disposed of his  interest in the Butte HoteL to his  partner, Mr. Luciani. Mr. Vichary  intends going into the northern country to hunt up a new location.  Prof. Marks has organized his  Tango class and has a good number  of pupils, The new dance is destined  to become popular in Phoenix. The  steps are very pretty, and there is  nothing about it that anyone could  take offense.  The Big  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 i" 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)  A direct purchase on New Zealand Butter, allows  us to quote  Fancy New Zealand Butter 2��s 75c.  Get on Voters' List  The voters' list closes next Tuesday, April 7th, and if your name is  not on the list you will not have a  vote at the next election. Those  w.'io arc entitled to vote and ha*- i  fa. led tc have their names p aci 1  or the 1 st should lose no tin e >  doing so.  Lettuce,   Bananas,   Celery,  Cucumbers, Tomatoes, etc.  in great abundance for today's selling, at  the old  reliable Store.  wrnmmmtm n <  :"ff,i/v*?:  7W  h't"  ,W  i;v;t(f <**>* v?" <��7>i >v >i". r -^'  ?vv  ���f,';W'/,'.lt.^i  'iM*'"-  Mr  pV V"1'  "Kjq ��JI* V'  V  THE   PIONEER,   PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ���?'  fir*  **?tfi^  .-. !'-      <s,'  P|5? 'Jp; * | , ;    'at PhoeW, British Columbia I employment'   agencies':  l^tetr V v..i.'.'��� .*'   t '* , Sub'scrmtion.,2.00 nev vear     -   sake of skipniog, the" W  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  ���ISSUED WEEKLY  There is some dirty , work going)      Low Rates for Exposition  i on down  at the coast  IV-V"''"!.'    -.-  I ^w,     't h   * J    ,  I t*h w/*'i<( I j, Oi  \j&*)& .?t>r..ei.'t  ,v  among  the  For', the  Subscription, ,2.00 per year    V1saK*,OI >W*"nS' the" working men  '��� o'ern.liLuJj o��.i���'''^ '.  lout'of a few-dollars  these agents  k,v; ,2u.50 to^United States.  ^ ' '< I  G.Kay, Publisher.'  i ^  l<  \   I,  ,   ,   ADVERTISING SCALK  Application for Liquor Licon co (30 days) ..$5.00  i AprUoation" for Trarmfer of Licence $7.50  Ccrtllloate o�� Improvoment notice (GO days) $7.60  Application to Purchase Land noticos (GO days)   .' ...$7.60  Delin i,uent Co-owner notices (80 days)... .$10.00  t Small Water Noticce (80 dayB) $7.60  Delin' uent Co-Ownorehip notices 90 days $25.00  Dupll ato Oortlfloato of Titlo noticos $S.00  Oardt of Thanks, 60 cents.  i * /  Another legal advertising, 12 cents a lino,  single column, for the first insertion; and 8  cento i lino for each subsequent Insertion, nonpareil measurement.  Dii-play  ads $1.00 per inch,  single  colui in, per month.  .Saturday, April 4,  1914.  d use and effect���whisky straight  and .t crooked walk.  will send a man orJa bunch of' men  any old place with the assurance  that there is work for them when  their destination is reached, when  they know full well that such is  not the case. Last week several  men were sent up north by a Vancouver agency to work on the G. T.  P. grade at a point 350 miles east  of Prince Rupert, but when they  reached their * destination they  found there was no   work for them  to, do and no food for  them to  eat.  'i i  Finally they had to walk back to  Prince Rupert, sustaining themselves ' as best they could on the  slender proceeds of the sale of their  tools. A short jail sentence for a  few of these agents might' be in  order.  The railway rates to the Panama  Exposition at San Francisco next  year are said to be vthe lowest ever  agreed upon. The round trip from  points west of Chicago will be the  pr/ice of the lowest first claes one  way fare, the mileage in some cases  being less than one cent. A time  limit of 90 days will be allowed,  aud tourists will be able to take in  the Panama fair and the one at San  Diego on the one ticket.  Two hundred hotel proprietors of  San Francisco have agreed not to  raise their charges above the rates  now prevailing during the fair. It  is stated that 90,000 rooms will be  available at prices between $1 and  $3. The hotel men have put themselves on record as opposed to hav-  I ing solicitors on the trains, at sta-  tious and at the ferry building.  I.,        The Useless "Obey"  There is a question as to /whether a woman at the marriage service  should promise . to obey her husband. But the matter is usually  settled, not by promise but by practice and the temperament of the two  parties. A man stood on the street  at three in the morning and 'loudly  proclaimed to a circle, of admiring  friends that he was Caesar in his  own house. jA window opened,  and a woman's voice was heard  saying: "Caesar, come in right  away." The meeting the adjourned.���Toronto Star.  A Tribute to a Dog:  Benefits of Walking  Discovered  Gems of Thought  /  active one in the province.  "'\i        * �����:   ", No sensible person cares to please  1 everyone���-the thinking, progressive  one   will   always  have   a  plentiful  crop of critics yelping behind  him.  People are not walking one tenth  The opinion seems to be "general las much as they did  20 years "ago,  that' the present 'year will be a  very yet there is no more healthful  exer-.'  cise, nor is there an exercise   which  may be so easily performed.   Everyone   has   certain   activities   which  must be performed daily, and walk-  ing*is necessary  to  their  performance.    But we do not walk enough.  A man in the city rides to his  office  and may take a few steps   into  and  out of his building, but little more.  A woman rides to the stores   to  doj  her shopping and she walks through  the stores, but that  is not  enough.  Certainly every one would be better  off if each day  they  would   take  a  brisk walk for health's sake.  Abe Martin says: Makirjj a long  story short is a great aid to pupu-  larity. Some women seem to be  able to entertaia everybody but  their husbands.    Don't  knock   tbe  Financier���What's all the hubbub  in the directors' room?  Stenographer���Some wise minority stockholder just found that  the office cat is on the payroll for  $3,000 a year under the name of  T. Feline.  Ii-  ��� An inquirer wants to know   what  "girls  who wear watches   on  their  wrist's do  when it is, tinie   to   wash  the dishes.      They don't   do  anything.���Cleveland Leader.  An Ideal Library  Knicker���"What is the  ideal  brary?"  Bocker���"A cook book, a cheque  weather, for nine-tenths of the peo- book and a dictionary for the  baby  pie couldn't start a  conversation if to sit on  it didn't change now and then.  King Edward Lodge  No. 36, A.F. and A.M.  Marconi experiments prove that  clearness of sound is increased by  distance., This fact has been known  for years to long distance admirers  of bagpipe music.���Province.  Regular communication at S  - Tph      -  each month  p.m.   Second Thursday of  Short of Sorts  4niexgent meetings as called; Masonic  Hdifl, McHale Block.  W. J. Pierce,  John Finlat, 'Jr., W.M.  Secy.  ' The less a man knows, the   more  likely he is to think he knows it all,  * says an exchange.    A man   of less  than average  attainments  is  more  reluctant than a superior scholar to  say when asked  a question, "I   do  not   know."    Yet   that  answer in  itself is ordinarily an   indication of  exceptional- intelligence.1 : r,    \   J  '"- -     *>���-        '-        ��� ' " |  This   happened   in   a   newspaper  office in Nebraska.   -The forms that  were to constitute the week's   issue  were practically ready.    The   cases  had been nearly  set  out,   and   the  few   live patent    medicine  readers  left standing looked like porcupines  with numerous matches * and   toothpicks inserted where capital  letters  bad  been   pulled  out.    There  was  not a capital Wn to  be; found) any  I. O. O. F.  Snowshoe Lodfe  ���    NO. 46  Meets every Monday Evening at  Miners' Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited. '  A. Ii. MKinnon, Noble Grand.  Wm. Oxley, Fin. Secy. ���  Sam McLeod, Rec. Seey.  Daughters of Rebekah  Phoonlx Lodge No. 17  Years ago'in the United States a  Senator Vest made a plea for a dog  at a trial once that brought tear.s to  the eyes ,of everyone in the crowded  courtroom. The tribute he paid  the canine race was considered a  classic, aud at the time his speech  was widely quoted, and even to this  time it frequently referred to.    Now  comes  Col. Lowery  of the   Green-  i    * (  wood Ledge with some remarks on  another famous dog that can also  be ranked among the classics. .Hero  they are:  "The print shop in New Denver  is tinged with gloom. Jim Grier  has lost his dog, Pete. It is feared  that the beautiful animal may have  fallen down the chute of a sausage  mill, or been borrowed by some  pirate from Silverton. Pete was a  perfect canine picture, with a classical face, and a sad far away expression in his limpid eyes. -He  might have been a sunflower befon  reincarcination dumped him into  the Lucerne of America. Pete wa*  a talented dog, and could eat <i  chunk of liver without using a fork  or saying grace. He was honest,  and never touched any of the pie  in the office, licked the paste nor  chewed the roller composition. He  was not big enough to eat up delinquent subscribers, but he could  chase a chicken a mile without  losing his dignity. Pet.e had a  musical strain, his nightly singing  to Luna, was just as sweet as the  rendition of Home Sweet Home in  Gaelic. However, like a fallen star  Pete "has went," the towel hangs  on the knob'of the print shop door,  and the neighborhood is blanketed  by a wide ledge of silent gloom."  CREAM  BAKING VWm  Mateirompurc, grape  Cream of Tartar  Besl for good food and  good health  No alum  Vaudeville Circuit Sold  The Sullivan & Considine   circuit  of vaudeville theatres, covering the  entire central west and reaching  to  Vancouver   in   the   northwest,   and  down    the    Pacific   coast    to     San  Diego,   has   been sold   to Marcus  Locw of New York for $6,000,000.  Loew   is now   by   far   the   largest  theatre owner and promoter  in   the  United   States.     Jn  New   York   he  has 28 theatres, and in eastern cities  together about 80.     In   the  middle  west and west he owns 37   outright  and  books   about   100   more.     He  started as the   proprietor of  a moving picture house ten   y��ars   ago in  partnership   with   David    Warfield,  the actor.  ::*?:  Traveling third class in   England  is increasing in popularity.  WOOD  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^dkuVmbd^ on'.short  ... __, . . ...... (j^;^--B,sa-  Robtr Porshaw  sixteen  dressed in a white skirt  w.  attended ' school  of wanton  thinness,   prettily matched   with  a  black"waist. r She was tbe cynosure f  - of all eyes as she  tripped   down the I  hall.     She was ordered   home,   and j  left in great  indignation, but   came  back   later   in   more   conventional  garb.  Wis., president  of the   Wisconsin  Was-on  Works."  The Drink Habit  Phoenix Aerie No. 168  W  m ���  ���ftt: -.  ������!tU'�� V {  ��ftfc ���  \V> #  "VS.- \   '  ii%r<y  tf - v   ,  The Slocan Record  says  this of  j     t  r ihe   Doukhobor situation:    "They  are here.    They are free lovers and  religious, industrious and pilferers,  .   immodest  and  virtuous,    ignorant  t and opposed to  education, will  not  1 obey the laws but expect protection  'under   them,  will   not   defend  the  ' flag but expect protection   under it,  are good citizens when the law runs  ,'in tieir groove, and, in fact, are  so  'mu h different from the   rest of us  tha "from our viewpoint  they  are  just grotesque hnmps on  the  landscape, morally and   mentally.    Possibly they also  may  hfive   a  viewpoint.  The English board of education  has issued a warning against the  use of tea. What with the faddists denouncing tea because it impairs digestion; coffee because it  weakens the heart; beer because it  ruins the mind, and w"ater because  it conveys'typhoid, there seems tlo  be nothing but to. quietly die of  thirst and be done with it.���Saskatoon Phoenix.  I Meets in Union Hall, Friday Evenings,  Visiting brothers are always welcome.  ���   <  'Slj  &*;  mamsmmm  Don't waste time on Inferior salves because they're a  few cents cheaper.  I. have proved Zam-Buk  best for Eczema, Piles* Skin  Diseases, and Injuries.  As a mother, you owe It  to your- family to use the  best, that's Zam-Buk I  50c tax. AO'DtatgUhandSioftt.  5P ERB. \L HBAL��^  o^^naiMl  Smiling  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 CO.;  LIMITED  Dan Pattbbson, W. P.  T. E. OiiARXB, W. Secy.  K. of P. Lodge,  No. 28  Phoenix,  B.C.  Meets Tubsdat Bvenino at 7.80.  Sojbtoning brothers cordially wel  corned.  N. Davidson, C. O.  B. E. Babneb, K. of R. S:  PYTHIAN SISTERS  Mountain Temple Lodge No. 17  Meets in Pythian Hall, Iiower Town  Second and Fourth ThnrodayB.  Mm. Geo. Barnes,  Mrs. A. D. MoKenzie  M.RO.  DR. EELLET  CURES  DISEASES  OF  MEM  BY MODERN  METHODS  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.  Dp, Kelley's Museum  210 HOWARD ST., SPOKANE  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.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL ^  MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories and in a portion of the  Province of British Columbia, may be  leased for a term of twenty-one years  at an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,560 acres will be leased to  one applicant. ���  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant in person to the  Agent or Sub-Agent of tfce district in  which the rights applied for ars s��u-  ated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be doacrilBed by sections, ��r legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsur-  veyed territory the tract applied for  shall be staked out by the applicant  himself. ,  Bach application must be accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable  output of the mine at the rate of five  cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  righfis are not being operated, such returns should be furnished at least once  a year. ,  The lease will include the coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available  surface; rights may. be considered  necessary for tbe working of the mine  at the 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. CQRY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior,.'  N.B.���Unauthorized  publication  of  this advertisement will not be paid for.  JS0090. I  Why  throw away your pood  OVERALLS, because  mmmmmm^mmmmmm they are greasy. We  can wash them to look  as good as new.     We also make a  Specialty of Blankets and  Carpets.  A TRIAL WILL. OONVINCE YOU.  rfc*!-3  PhonaSO.   Dominion Ave  w  Send in Your Stationery Orders and  Holiday Printing to the  Phoenix Pioneer  THE HOME OF    *  ARTISTIC  v.  A BUSINESS MAN  IS   KNOWN BY THE  QUALITY OF PRINTING HE USES  Our Stock of Stationery is the Best that can be procured in  Canada, and our Workmanship will meet with your approval  Why Not Have Your Stationery  Printed by Us?  We make a specialty  of Letterheads, Envelopes, Billheads,  Note Heads, Memos., Visiting Cards, Menus, Posters,  Wedding Invitations, Check Books, By-Laws,  and in fact anything done with Printers'  INK AND PAPER  No Job Too Large, None too Small  The p]  $2.00 per Year in Advance.  $2.50 per Year to U. S  ��A   ;;$yyy!yy;y; *,:���<���-���������:���-. ���  ftfV W4y-yy.',-yy-.y.y:y- wsmmamsi  ���'W'.  ~W^'/'^^^'"7^'{^%  S//.v7vi*:"l vZi^wT^Jfa,'/ Ww \ Mftji  ^  THE   PIONEEB,    PHOENIX,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  CT.V vf   *   " jury-   'A"ify ',  c'  ' |?  %>V ^AliH^^yrtfffliK*?^  ���/��' ,-  ' <> -IVJfi  .JL  JUB-JW-��   H   B  LIMES IM THE FACE  Make Women !Look Old  ^cheaCyd8fche "fflCt ��f rnaturaI offering,,  everywhe e  "     *   hot  flashe8  of headaches, back-  pains In lower limbs,   pains  ' ^^K**^^$$^���^^^\   Overwork, wrong cW  Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription  andTrr1t^lCancf?0n^v*es0otwnri0^|htt? rolioveB nurvou8exhaustion  turbed condition       romoves other distressing symptoms duo to a dis-  ttw^r^ddto^S^e^lv81!,^* ^th rnorc than satisfaction by  will find It of great bVneflt Soil h^iw ~^ w,v,cs'mot.ho��� and daughters. You  ��d Dr. V. MCSaSt^ffi^SS' 0r  Concentrates  �� a sansr  The  Queen's Hotel  COMPLETELY REFURNISHED AND REFITTED  ^V  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,  healed with hoi water.    Perfect fire appliances.  Night and Day Service  Patrons of this hotel w^ll  find  in  it all  the comforts ot 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.  Ii FIRST STREET AND KNOB HILL AVENUE  A  Your Milk Supply  Should come from healthy and vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  manner' Separated Cream insures purity and  quality. The Dairy produces both.  THE DAIRY       J. W��� Hannam, Prop.  Everything in Men's Wear  i.'-i..  CiotHirtfjg-   -  Underwear  Shirts  Shoes  Hats  Caps, etc.  There is a surplus of idle men at  Smithers.  Chicken thieves are plentiful  around Cranbrook.  Egg-s are selleng for 25 cents-a  dozen at the New Westminster  market.  The Victoria Curling- association  has been incorporated with a capital  of $50,000.  The membership of the Butte  police force has been cut down from  55 to 34 men.  A moving- picture concern will  show films of the Vancouver fire  department in action.  President Wilson has signed the  Alaska railway bill authorizing the  e>cpendUure*of $35,000,000.  The estate of'the late C. D. Rand,  tlie veteran Vancouver real estate  man, is estimated at $108,000.  One hundred and thirty-four prisoners are at present confined in the  provincial jail at New Westminster.  It is necessary to have a constable at the meetings of the. city council at Saskatoon to preserve order.  It has already cost'the city of  New York $2,500,000 for clearing  snow from the  streets   this   winter/  Egg stains on silver .spoons may  be quickly removed with a bit of  salt on the   finger, rubbing in   well.  John L. Sullivan says when his  boys grow up there'll be nothing  doing in the boxing line in the  Sullivan family.  On May 1st the city council will  take over the operation of the  ferries. plying between there' and'  Vancouver proper.  The New Hazelton hockey club  has paid off all its indebtedness,  and has assets that will, save a lot  of expense next year.  In the superior court in Spokane  it was decided recently that a broken  neck entitles * a man to $16,000,  while a man's life is only worth  $7,000.    ' .  W.    W.    Naughton,     for  A steam laundry has been opened  at Grand Forks. The machinery is  driven by two electric motors  and the pressers are electrically  heated. Steam is obtained from  the plant in the cannery.  years  sporting��Avriter�� on. the San Francisco Examiner jan'd an authority oa  prizefighting, 'died last week of  heart failure. '" >  At Winnipeg last week the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V.  L. Snyder was smothered to death  by the family cat lying on her face  while she  was  asleep.  To the past ^saven,. years   in   Aus  The Odd Fellows of Kaslo intend  spending upwards of $500 this year  in the improvement of their cemetery. A hedge, shade trees, foun-i  tain and a sprinkling system for thej  entire plot is contemplated.  '  Four houses in Moyie have been  torn down and the lumber chipped  to Alberta where they will be rebuilt. Five years ��go there was  not a vacant' house in Moyie and  these same houses were drawing  big rentals.  The C. P. R. has been granted  permission to construct a tunnel  near Rogers Pass, and an act has  been passsed by the provincial legislature withholding the right of miners to locate claims in the vicinity  of the tunnel location.  At Baltimore a successful operation has been performed in grafting  the cornea of a pig's eye to a child's  eyeball. The cornea of a pig's eye  was used because it is said it more  closely resembles the human cornea  than that of any other animal.  Frederick Weyorhaeuser, of St.  Paul, widely known as America's  lumber king, and one of the wealthiest men in the United States, is  reported to be dangerously ill with  pneumonia at his winter home at  Pasadena, California. He is 80  years old.  The supreme court of New York  has affirmed the order of the lower  court, which in effect prohibits  Bob Fitzsimmons from boxing in  public in that state. Because of  his advanced age .the state commission has ruled that Fitzsimmons  should not reenter the ring.  Edward Geier of Easton, Pennsylvania, who is in his 74th year, is  still an active worker at his trade  as a printer. He has worked at  the trade for 61 years, and can y��t  hold his own with any of the younger element in composition, as he is  ,fast, accurate and  reliable.  Outfits covering, all   lines  1' tivity from" full dress . function:  fishing trips,wUV be,' st'novel fear��|  ture of thV'Davenport hotel, in Spo-l  kane. If a traveler is in the city  for a day or two and is invited to a  fashionable function he can be perfectly fitted by the hotel valet iu a  few minutes  with   a   strictly   up   to  Hotel Brooklyn    .._..'.__  , The Only First-Class and UprTorDate\  Hotel irf Phoenix.     New from cellar  to roof.    Best Sample Rooms in the  Boundary,   Opposite   Great  Northern  Depot.     :.'   v     Modern Bathrooms.  ,   STEAM HEATED.  O. D. Bush, Prop.  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix, B.C.  d. l. Mcelroy  SOLE AGENTS FOR PRINCETOJV COAL  Dealer in Lumber, Shingles, Lath  and Cedar Pofes. Stull Laggan.  First-Class Fir & Tamarac Wood.  MOVING MACHINERY OUR SPECIALTY  $  MiAl    i.V.;:i'.liV"|  (r-fr.S*      ���.'.-���' ���������,.:* I  \4  If Tired of "Wood, try Princeton Coal  DROP IN EGGS  New laid Farm Eggs, 50c per doz.  Fancy New Zealand butter, 40c per lb.  Empress Creamery butter, 40c. per lb. two lbs. f��r 7Bc  Sugar cured Hams, 27c. per lb.  Choice Breakfast Bacon, 28c. per lb.  Salt Fish in variety.  K. O. Sardines, 15 c. per tin.  mm  Mm  P. BURNS & CO., LTD.  Wholesale and Retail Butchers and Produce Merchant*  PHOENIX, B. C.       PHONE 2  ���Ml  of ac I Almstrom's Book Store  ons a to \f4>v- ��������������� ���    ���  r,vStationary, ebnfectldtiery and -Paacy^oofis/'7v  * Yi '  Kodak Supplies and Wall Papers.  All the latest Books and Newspapers.  :>" '<  ���^h,:.'tfw2'aJ:-:WS-J$\  . i.    --J"-- ...lOnftJL  tralia 7i6hothls   have crone   outof|date outfit,   including   pumps,    cuff/f      PhOll^   A^  ThtSe Brown  "Everything" a Man  Wears" :  High-Class Selection  . , Perfumes, Talcum Powder, Razors, Brushes, Soaps, Toys,  Books, Stationery. High Grade Confectionery. Finest  Selection ol* Postal Cards. ":  PINE SELEOTION OF QANONQ'S CHOCOLATES, FANOY BOXES  The Best Grade of Havanna Cigars.  Antonio Cervo    Stemwinder Building*  THE BUTTE HOTEL  Bar Stocked with the Finest of Italian Wines.  Best Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  STEAM HEATED THROUGHOUT.  LUCIANI & VICHARY, PROPS.  THE KNOB HILL HOTEL  A. O. Johnson, Prop.  First- Clasr Accommodation for Miners  FINEST OF W IUES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN STOCK.  'PHONL 72. YOUR  PATRONAGE SOLICITED.  [ business. The hotels closed were  mostly non-residential and lived by  bar trade alone.  C. M. O'Brien, ex-member of the  Alberta legislature, is at present  lecturing in the Cobalt district under the auspices of the Social Democratic party of Canada.  At Trail the city has notified the  property owners to clean up their  yards, the poultry owners are requested to keep their poultry up,  and bicycle riders must keep off the  sidewalks.  buttons, - tie and silk' hat and all  other accessories. If he wants to go  bunting, fishing or golfing- he can  also be properly fitted out.  Phoenix, B.C.  Might Be the Tango  Crawford���"What's the matter  with that fellow who is holding on  to the lamp post and shuffling his  feet?"  Crabshaw���"There was a time  when I'd have said he was drunk,  but now perhaps he is practicing a  new dance."  luiiderwear  is that kind of underwear you want^���  the kind that cannot sag or lose its  shape.  Every suit bearing the famous_ triangular trademark is actually knit to  form���knit with exacting care to fit  distinct types of men, women and  children.  No. 95 natural wool garment ispro-  -v     .   bably just what  you are looking  nfig/e for���ask to see it.  Penmans Limited,    Paris, Canada  Mr  Underwear  Hosiery  Sweaters  m  /.  rtlifalMiir  ^^ii&r*  m  I  mi'  f NEW VICTOR RECORDS  A Nice Selection of the Latest  Victor Records, especially  the latest dance music  New Songfs, etc.  mi  COME AND LOOK THEM OVER  E. A. Black, Jeweler  D.  J.  Insurance Agent  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE GLASS,  COMMISSIONER FOR TAKING  AFFIDAVITS  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX,  B'O.  Phoemix-  Stage Line  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 8.45 a.m. ^  " "        lowertown,   9.00a.m.  IStandard Time  Leave Greenwood 3.00 p.m. j  PROMPT  ATTENTION   TO  EXPRESS AND  FREIGHT  J. FULLER5 Proprietor  ?mm ?im  Kent   to    ay  ; ir t of  the   D<  intniou lor J2.00 a year.  '"isayaw'-jJ-'""',-*",-j"Lg^^"'M'a'  'tii-MMBMl WssWsWBs\\\\\\sWKKs\WSsaWSa T^ Wlfffiffi^jlffi!^  THE   PIONEEB,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  mi-  VJ^9   \'    �� ^ I r1     *  mm-'  i *-^  v,-i,  .?    ��,f  Phone Sj6  y .       '      ;p���0: Box 309  McKAY 8c KNIGHT  ;Grocers and Provision Merchants  ���   -'    ,'��� (Next Jpoorjo Drug Store) ' '  SPECIAL FOR TODAY  HOT HOUSE LETTUCE  PARSLEY       RADISH       RHUBARB  GREEN ONIONS, ETC.  SPINACH       ORANGES  All at Lowest Prices.  ��� VHaS jl JUr IWiW  I    . JL< fed  1     CLEANS-biSlNFECTS  Loeal and General  \  PEPPERS  BANANAsT"^  ORDER EARLY.  Farm for Sale  One hundred and sixty acres of land  two    miles   south   of   Danville,    on  county road; 40 acres in cultivation,  and about as much more can be tilled;'  10 acres in alfalfa, a good stand producing two crops a year.   Plenty of  wood,  and good spring  water;   fait  buildings; 27 head of cattle, six hogs,  one hoi'se, two good brood mares, oi.e  colt, 50 chickens, three sets good har  ness, wagon, buggy.   AH implements  necessary to run the place, viz.: two  plows,   disc,   steel   harrow,   Deering  I 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,  -,    Danville, Wash  CANADIAN  THE MINERS1 UNlbiSl OPERA house  Saturday, April 4  MONSTER  REELS  6  PROGRAM  REELS  Wm.   Sullivan    left   Tuesday   for  Butte, Mont.  (Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Williams left for  Spokane Tuesday.  New laid farm eggs,  3 dozen   for  $1.   P. Burns & Co.  Wanted���A girl to do housework.  Apply Phoenix Dairy. i  A new beer cellar has been fixed up  at the Brooklyn hotel.  Local new laid eggs,  40 cents per  dozen, at P. Burns & Co.  Thos. Dixon left this week for  Che-  welah, Wash., to remain.  Fancy New Zealand butter, 2 lbs.  for 75 cents.   P. Burn* & Co.  Wm. Louttit left Monday    for  short visit in Grand Forks.  Miss L'Heureux was up from Grand  Forks this week on a short visit,  Martin McHale, blacksmith at the  Jewel mine, was in town   Wednesday  There will be service at the Catholic  church in Phoenix on Sunday, April 5,  D. J. McDonald was a passenger on j  the Great,Northern Monday for  Spo-JFARE   AND   ONE'THIRDl  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 disagreer  able, 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.  Reduced Rates  100 Full dozes, on'y $1.00, and guaranteed  to you, or money refunded. 'Phone 31.  QUANCE, The Druggist  FOR  Easter  Holidays  INCLUDING"  The Mutual Weekly Gazette No. 49  /  and'  "The House of Bondage"  An absorbing Historical Drama in Three Parts  |kane. *  J. S. Boyce started on his annual  J prospecting trip Friday up the North  I Fork.  Dave Dixon, brother of Thos. Dixon,  [is a recent arrival from Colville,  ! Wash.  For the Round Trip.  on Sale April 9th to 12th inclusive  Final Return Ximit, April 14th.  Between all Stations���  2J��r* SSiTt X�� ll\ Port Arthur to Vancouver  For  further particulars, apply  to  local agent.  J. V. MURPHY,    "  Dist. Passenger Agent, Nelson  The Phoenix Club  Deichert & Morris, Props.  PIPES, CIGARS, TOBACCOS^ CIGARETTES  BEST BRANDS ALWAYS ON HAND.  Special Line of the Famous Haid Chocolates  Smokers' Supplies.       Soft Drinks  are  Mr  J ,>  BETTER THAN EVER.  PRICES AS USUAL.  [ housekeeper.  Pioneer office.  Mi-, and Mrs.   Roy   Patterson  here from Anyox on a visit with  | and Mrs. Sawrey.  Wm. Meddough came up from  ! Grand Forks last Saturday and spent  | Sunday in Phoenix. ,   .  Mrs. John Riggs was up from North  ENGLISH BILLIARDS,  POOL,   BOWLING ALLEYS  DR. De VAN'S FEMALE PILLS *��8��  Medicine for all Female Complaint.   $5 a box,  or three for $10, nt drug stores.   Mailed to any  i_    *.   tit    l    iui t ��� -t      -n.    address on receipt of price. The Scobell Druo  poit, Wash., this week on a Visit W.lthj Co., St. Catharines. Ontario. t  Mr. and Mrs. C. ii. Mitchell. DUnCDIMUftl   MD  DRAYING  The Sirathcona Hotel  NELSON, B.C.  m&w-  :^fv''f DiNSNQROO M   'SERVICE  UNEXCELLED.  /  Nine Well-Lighted  Samplorooms.  Phoaie 12 i  Scienti  Chiropractic  js a science,that is.practical; modern  area _  ^  rl have,marvelous success with 85  per cent of the- human ailments.  You might be in this per cent, and  if you are, health is yours, if you  will investigate this.  EXAMINATION AND CONSULTATION  FREE.  TREATMENTS REASONABLE.  JAS.  MARSHALL,  PROP.  F.  F.  BARNES, D.C.  Chiropbactio Specialist.   Davis Block  GRAND FORKS, B.C.  15*2 vA J>��  <i  ���a  I)p, H. JL- Griffith  Dentist  Reasonable Prices.  ,   Examination Free.  lank Block, Phoenix  ��&���  ���w  lit?' ,.  , A Real xAgtt Simulation  [GOLD WATCff FREE.  A. ��tmtBlj.forward eonoroni  oiler fro a an otnbllihod  tan w > are (rltrlriir away  wat no to thotuasda of  Mo ,Io all OTor tho  woild n. a hlllre  ao^i)rt1��>mont. Now  I* yoni cruuiea to  obtain one. Wrlta  now, ondcwlng is  conti for ono of our  fashlonablo I. ad lot'  ttmt Onards, or  Oonla" Alberti!, aont  carrlaea paid to wear  ���with tho watch, which  will bo given **oa  (thow watches are  guaranteed fire yours),  should yoa tako nd-  1�����  -#.-.      ���� ^   / Tantaro of onr marrel*  Ions offer. Va^axseet iron to tell your frlanda  n��?J��Efi.,5!. ^f�� tham the beantlfoj "SSh  Don t think thia ofier too good to he true, but mmd  36 o��nt�� tc-jtajr and safn a Free Watch Ton  will be ��n��.��ed - WlIJUtAMS & LLOYD, WTioIelS  EmuSS U>n","t '��� ����� 0<��n��l"�� n������l. LondSnT?^  ���Jtr.M.f\<8'  MILK AND CREAM  The rich quality of our Milk and  | Cream is gaining new p"atron.s  for us daily. We solicit a trial.  Delivery made to any part of the  cty.     Mail us a card.  Isn't it terrible whon you enter a  dentist's chair, squirm a little, and  have the whole thing collapse.  At the Presbyterian church Sunday,  April 5th, service will be at 11 a. m.,  aW Sunday school at 2 p. m. v  jj/.Bamey Mullen^ the ,prizefighter; As  Improved 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  terms.     Write foi particulars���  C. C. TILLEY& CO.,  Greenwood, B.C.  PH0SPH0N0L FOR MlHfT^I^  for Nerve and Brain; increases "grey matter";  ��� Tonic���will build you up. $8 a box, or two 1er  $B, at drug stores, or by mail on receipt of price.  Tas Scobbu. Drug Co., St. Catharines, Ontario.  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders.      Phone A65  James G. McKeown  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 month  to the purchaser over and above run-'  ning expense's. For further particu-:  lars consult JJ. U.JKano, and he will-  prove it-   Box 101, Phoenix. B. C.  lip  Pioneer Ads. Get Results.  .CIAVTinn. mai.ntimmcnamMoue.  ���MasrasuiLimuA  SUTHERLAND  SISTERS  7  LAND ACT  Free demonstation in our  DRUG STORE  Commencing-  April eth to 11th  Cc mc and learn how to save and  grow your hair. '  Consultation Free.  T. S. QUANCE,  CHEMIST AND  DRUGGIST  PHOENIX, B.C.  Similkameen Laud 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.  Date d 23rd March, 1914;  CUTTON  fo t garden and farm ore best  to c B.C. soil. Sec- Catalogue fox  solidjrfuotantee of pwity  and^ermmation  Send now for Copy tree  Sutton &Sens.The Kind's Soeamon  H��adin^En^lt.nd  *^> ��� V ��� \rV O O  Qi V^ ��5  K rf  The PHOENIX DAIRY  W. A. McKay & Jom.. J'lops.  HINGLE  Best Grade Coast Shingles, $4.00 a Thousand  Coast Fir Flooring.    Finish Doors and Sash  Local Dry Lumber  Ship Lap, Ceiling, Flooring, Drop Siding',  Common Boards and Finish at  KINNEY'S    -    GREENWOOD  It stands to reason that the foundry  of national reputation for its equipment of the most notable hotel, restaurant, ��� and institutional kitchens  throughout the Dominion, also makes  the best range on the market for the  borne kitchen.  This Gurney-Oxford range is the  result of over seventy years' experience and experimental study of improvements to benefit the woman who  toils in the kitchen. -  !';������:.;    ���..���������.  Even Bakings  By means of a Divided Flue Strip,  the heat is divided evenly over the top  and down the back and sides of the  oven. A pan of biscuits in the front  and back of the oven will brown with  perfect evenness without having, to  change their places many times during the baking. The two back lids  of the range also receive an equal  cooking heat that will boil two kettlea  at the same time.  Perfect Control  The entire range is controlled Practically by one handle, called the Economizer. It turns around on a series  of six notches to determine the exact  degree of heat required. Such control  saves time, fuel and labor.  Saving of Fuel  Then again the Special Reversible  Grate saves coal bills by burning the  coal to a fine white ash. No unburnt  coal can lodge in the rounded corners  of the firebox.  It's Sanitary Too  Its smooth, clean top is polished  and requires no black lead.  The Gurney-Oxford is "different"  from all other ranges���its exclusive  devices make an irresistible appeal  to every woman. !'  SOLJ> BY MODERN HARDWARE DEALERS EVERYWHERE.  THOMP  PHOENIX,  &C0.   g  5a Cs��

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