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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Apr 22, 1916

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 -M ���.���*.*.-.������,,_  K  WMlf-ntf-* ���.���*-*,����������� JlJ-JW  -^>^^!^^.,-X.Y'''YY:Y:XkXX'Y  ���<>"  The largest coppor njineo in  the Dominion are situated  at Plioenix. The Granby  Co. employe 500 men, and  has a monthly pay roll of  over $50,000: Two railroads  afford access to the city.  SEVENTEENTH YEAR  ^r  Devoted to the Interests ofthe Boundary Mining District  PHOENIX, B. C, SATURDAY, APRIL  /  :*-*.  ���i.*>  Granby Consolidated-  Granby Consolidated   will   treat  approximately$i,000,000 tons of ore  at its Anyox smelter in the, coming-  year,   according   to   plans   of  the  management.   Assuming a recovery  of not better than  33 pounds   of  copper per ton of ore the yield from  that plant should approximate 33,-  000,000 pounds in addition to which,  with no  hindrance  to   operations,  the Grand Forks smelter should turn  out close to   15,000,000   pounds,  making a total of 50,000,000 pounds  for the year.  During the coming summer the*  Midas mine in Alaska,, owned by  Granby, is expected to start shipments. This .output will be sent to  and treated in the Hidden Creek  smelter at Anyox and will constitute  part of the regular tonnage to be  put through that plant.  The usual winter interference with  operations has ceased  and a  mdre  normal production should be  forthcoming from   Anyox - this   month.  The agglomerator will start   per^  manent operations just as soon, as  normal waterpower can be secured  which will also permit the entire  \   four furnaces o\the# Hidden  Creek  smelter to run full blast. "Through  ,  the management of the agglomerator the management expects a re!  , covery of four pounds of copper; per  ton of the flue dust to be secured, at  a very low cost. "  Although paying but $6 a year in  dividends Granby for some time past  na* been earning at the rate of con.  siderably more.. 'Assuming say an  ���wa^eebst of iO^ceqts expound  t^-SSTO1 *# :^����ot>^opper  would .how proBt. of-$4,750,000 Mr  Letters Censored  For the first time since the commencement of the" war, letters cen.  sored in Canada  were received  by  Phoenix     residents"   Tuesday.    A  sticker marked "censored,' drew the  recipient's attention to a deft slit in  the envelope, telling all too  plainly  'that the eagle eye of a government  scrutioneer had perused its contents.  Everybody   seemed    to    take    the  matter in the proper light that  was  intended,   and   with   the    possible  exception of a few love sick youths  who felt like a couple of coppers ,to  think that a third party had gotten  ajine on their "mush" stuff, it went  off with a laugh.  The general concensus of opinion  in the lobby of the post office was  that it was high time such measures...  were taken to safeguard British  interests by every possible means.  Such remarks as "high time" and  "wonder it wasn't done before" were  the only comments heard.  AH tetters to and from the United  States, except those addressed to  consuls of a foreign nation, are being, censored.  ��� *������   Baxter Supports Bowser  '%"-  Woman's Patriotic Society  ����� ���"���_  The Woman's Patriotic society  acknowledge .receipt of "$14 for  pictures sold by C. M. Campbell;  also'the sum of $1 donated by Miss  Htndmore. A "pillow raffled at  Thursday's meeting augmented the  society's funds by $1.65. .Thanks  is extended to the the following  ladies who so ^thoughtfully' knitted  ���ocks:.  MesdjunW Whirton,   Mc-  Ex-Mayor Baxter, Vancouver, delivered a stirring address at a Conservative rally held last Saturday in  the K. P. hall, under the chairmanship of Ex-Reeve Nelson of West  Vancouver, chairman of the Central  Association.  "I stand tonight for the first time  on a Conservative platform at a Conservative meeting, and at the next  election, I will, for the first time,  vote the full Conservative ticket,"  declared Mr. Baxter, amid loud,  applause.  Continuing, Mr. Baxter said that  he had been a Liberal all his life,  but he had to protest, he declared,  against unjust criticisms levelled  against the government. He.con.  tended that \ the * great electoral  strength ofthe Conservative party  had been its weakness, because a  Liberal opposition would have developed arguments to enable% Conservatives to defeod their party.  Liberals had, be added, denounced  the Conservative Government for  graft dY all kinds, yet, although the  Liberal i.opposition- received^ every  facility to'probe for graft, they failed  to find a sirigte instance of it. " The  speaker refuted the Liberal charges  levelled against the government regarding the purchase of the Kitsilano  Indian reserve,'the Dominion Trust  failure, and alleged speculation in  land.  JHe intended to vote Conservative  for many reasons, and the' greatest  of all, he declared, was because of  his' unbounded faith in "Premier  Bowser.   He had never before voted  Griftln-Mesker  Somewhat of1 a surprise was given  the numerous friends of Dr. H. E.  Griffin, D. D.S., this, week .when  he departed the life of single blessed,  ness to enter the bonds, of holy  matrimony, and Miss Sadie Mesker,  a talented musician of Midway, became a party -to the secrament of  marriage,  The bride, who was attired  in  a  Cherniavsky Musicale  The famous Leo, Jan and Mischel  Cherniavsky, violinist, pianist and  'cellist, who are creating a furore  throughout Canada, will appear in  this city tonight at the opera house.  The Montreal Gazette, writing of  the Cherniavskys, says: "Much  was expected of the Cherniavsky  trio in their recital at the  Windsor  numbers,   but  his.playing of-  Liszt Rigoletto  transcription;""wip^  well done, as also was his encore  the familiar Campanelia.  It is anticipated the house will be  filled, s,o reserve your seat eariy^;|����  mSaaisam...i::,st^f^&Xi:i"^^:-!:X!'^!X  Y^YXX-i^^m^SYipW^mi  h. ^^0JM0yyMmm��  ac6n0fr^0y&^^k0.  -.-,-: YYyy''YY^YyYyx''yy00xM\  w]i��yyyyMMyyy;YyyM  h0&  "rX\  '-':y$  Z"*1  fr(\  charming grey  silk  dress  trimmed  ha" ,af nlffht�� �������� much was given  ...:.u ..-���  j.   .   . .   I���much more than had been hoped  with veaux rose and hat  to  match, L XT        ,     .  was given away by her uncle, Henry N��l ��n,y d,d the three br^^s  Meuse, while Miss Viola Meuse and  W.     G.    Moll    carried 'out    the  duties of bridesmaid and  best  man  respectively.  Immediately following the ceremony, which was performed by the  Rev..A, M. Lloyd of St. John's,  church, the happy couple repaired  to the home of Mrs. Wm. Delahay  whers supper was served and felicitations indulged in. Numerous and  costly gifts testified to the high  esteem in which both were held.  Mr. and Mrs. Griffin have taken  up" "their   residence "on    Brooklyn  avenue.  �����   A      Coming Events'  May 6,  Jewish Feast of Passover  prove themselves artists of high  rank, but a fourth brother, Alex.,  made his first public appearance as  accompanist, and although not yet  eighteen, he showed powers of a  high order.  The Jewish feast of the  Passoyer��  falls on the 15th day of Nisao, cor'-  responding this year with  Tuesday,  April  18.    The  celebration   begins  on  the  evening  of April   17   with  sundown.    The manner  of its 'bb-;  servance was determined largely by'  the biblical  ordinances  concerning',  this feast.    It is to be observed  fprj  a period of seven days.    Those when;  [cherish customs that originated after  -.xx ������������:ex.--.. �����..*- ^s  ':'-:XY:X--fYM  Xx'^ :xx4x,$d  Yyyyjim  Y-rr. .-l^XXs'^jkm  X.:Y:xX^\[0SM  Yyyyymm  mmm  w$mm  "Je  ��mi  U was a very eclectic programme  bible times will keep the feast eight  for hini, but, while  mayor  of.Van".  'Flqrodora."  "White Feather," April 29..   \  Liberal smoker Wednesday night!  Oddfellows-and Rebekas parade  Sunday to Presbyterian church-  - /  Movies Tuesday and Thursday.  W. P. S. meet to sew Thursday.  Miners' union  meeting  at   7.30  p-jn. Wednesday:  i  Service  Sunday  at  Presbyterian  and .English churches.  that tbe Cherniavskys gave, includ  ing  some  light  melodic  numbers,  several really strong trios, and solo  | work that ran the  whole  gamut of  musical expression.    There was an  audience  that "filled  the  hall,   and  appreciation so soon developed into  enthusiasm,  that  the    programme  was almost  tripled, two and   three  encores being  demanded  at  every  opportunity.    These   .were  - given  witli, surprising freedom, the  Cher-  niavskys themselves-little more than  boys, playing with all  the  fire of  youth,anfUriswering the enthusiasm  pf the audience   with  equal  ardor.  So successful was the concert,   that  it was announced a return  engagement would be played.  Each of the,brothers won unusual  applause in-their solb>ork, in which  their styles strangely- , differed..  Mischel showed not only a wonder-  fultone with a .Guaraerius  'cello���  hllf,imn.r.>*sUli ��-.._*LilJ*:~-,r   *-���  t *  days.  Benefit Dance  :k'.,.'.",;-"/:iriii''  mm  Friday, May 12, an expression of  mining camp    sympathy    will 'be  given in the form of a  dance  as ;a'  benefit for an injured member of thex.  S. H. and E. F. society and Phoenix '  Miners'  union.    It  is  six   months  since residents Have been  afforded  opportunity of assisting ia a worthy  cause.    "The open palm tells more  than the weeping eyes."    See   that  you keep this date open. '  xrXYYwzkymytt^  ���':YYYY:Mv'f$t  sastii  m  ..-:::;'.:. ,-���->V-:'' :.'��=*W-*^ar-��frJMS  ':-Xx^x^}f^X^-'M��:'&,  ��� '���'��� ���:." ';'. :-\J--vU' ;:X-''ti'X\::-. jf *-fwJ  yyy$mmm-A  -. ' i��r-ry-. '���:.-.'.>.',i*!^v-,.r;'*?*       ���** '  ���i "-.������'��� XXX 'X' "r'X .W^'-s-t'*'  xM$my  ������������^lA-iiiS  m?yyyymmmhM  XX:xxxxX{:'X:i^aX<xM ' *Vf  ���*'?��pft^  'X:x:rX-'X:-:.x.iiXxMY3  Granby Shipments  The  following  are  the   monthly-  shipping    figures    from   the   lecel?  Granby  mine  to  the Grand Ferks  smelter:       "       _     . I -,.,v,,.,^r^.-,,^.^  i9i5 toms i9t6 j Uyyyy sp#$$��pfj|  January..-..-._   (42,211  ,83,802... iSfelllllil^ft" '****"  ,,-   ^-. -���" ^n ��� -w   ���        i.-*    '   ��� v ;*   ���* ���' I njos^-Bojoyeble eveninar^We-daesdav menh     "**��� ��� '��� r. v -  ?:P?1W^��!*':?^ W ^^.y^r.:aWhbW -p^r   Shavian  _,  numerous friends., ��f The.' early hours  powser was, ;>n'd^ had   toag  been, / ^^J^^i^a  Pythiiu hav>^ decided^ to'' render all  functions in their hall immune from  accident in case of fire by installing  an additional staircase.  was  all.  benefit  dance  auspices I played with a .wealth  of execution  Aid   and   Fellowship j that amaxedthd audifence.  Jaib. th^ptaoisti^hiii'only, showed  S^^t-a.bilitj^n^the^triBs^but-'^a vcjm  , ..   ^.  .-       --���--.   '/suite which was; one of the  delights  wooed  to   the  satisfaction  of j man t in  the- right  place   today   in I     Easter Monday dance   under  the/of the eveoiaK- '"'Hisiityle j��as -not  "    " Mr.   auspices ofthe woman's auxiliary of Iqu,te    adaPttd     to -^ie     Chopin  wha may, find  occasion-to atteodprere engagediaprogressiV. -whist; I the hardest? worked cabimit vninisterl -   Easter M��A,W li,"^  ,. 1���_.._.,...  and ,ater tfae muse orTerpIschore ^ the province# - _,,He is the   . bi    paster Mgnday Dance  -���-July.  August   ,  September..  ; e-  i j     j  r�� Octohef  iVoven-iJber  Y December.  101,0S8  103,062  93,245  M  A  A.  .Imported and Domestic our  stock Js quite' complete, and  you'have about twelve differ-'  ent species to select from.  Macaroni- at this season of"  the year will help you .solve  your meal problem, v The delicious appetizing flavor of  Macaroni and Cheese, boiled  first to insure its entire cooking, and baked to a rich  golden brown, is sure to appear to the most fastidious.  ^The cost compared to other  food is a mere trifle, and it  has always been considered  a delicious, wholesome and  appetizing dish.  Order some today:  20c- and 25c. per lb.  75c. to 64=50 per box  I  ��� ���*"    ��  British  Columbia,"   declared  ���Baxter amid prolonged applause.  In closing he appealed to his  audience to rally around the premier  and work for the return of the conservative pa'rty to power.  H. G.'Morden, the Conservative  candidate for the riding, made a  brief address, and Aid. Foreman,  as campaign chairman, gave some  practical advice on campaign work,  A' hearty vote of thanks to Ex-  Mayor Baxter was given on the call  of Ex-Mayor W.J. Irwin.���Province.  A tight fit���Delirium Tremens.  St. John's < church gives every  promise of ranking as the top-notch  function of the year. ��� Of any city  in the Boundary, it is conceeded  that Phoenix is nothing if not progressive in undertakings in which  the fair sex take a hand���especially  in entertainment affairs. No feature  has been overlooked that is calcu-  to contribute to. the enjoyment of  the evening. A strong'and popular  floor committee���alone a guarantee  of success���is composed of Messrs.  Taylor, Hughes, Freeland and  Martin. *  ft  Review of Week's Tournament Score  In order of merit Leslie tops the 10 pin bowlers with an average for  games bowled slightly in excess of 572, with White second and McDonald third.    Murray's team is lowest on board with slightly over 367.  In order of merit Leslie's team has something to blow about, with its  score of 181 and a fraction in 5 back; Mclsaac ranks second and Knight  third,    Qoance takes,tenth place with an average of not quite 112,  Rhubarb, Asparagus, Green  Onions, Celery, Bananas,  Tomatoes, Spinach, Lettuce,  etc. Our aim is your complete satisfaction.  lorrm, Thompson  Phoned and 5  CAPTAIN���10  PINS  Hans White  H. Brewer  F. Fredericks  M. McWba  R. Bassett  E. Murray  W. Biner  A. Jacobson  Dan McDonald  J. Leslie  Geo. Ellis  R. Rickey  E. E. Barnes  Mussattb  Nick Palorcia  W. X. Perkins  Wallers  T. McElroy  J. Jeromo  A. Wallner  PLAYERS-  N. E  Shore  Sorten  A.Johnson  Chas. Swanson  J. L. Cook  C. Reid  Nick Musso    ���  A. Adolphson  D. Boyd  W. Oxley  CAPTAIN���5   PINS  A. Hendrickson  J. Leslie  A. McQueen  T. Quance  J. Jeromo  N. Mclsaac  J, Cook  R. Bassett  C. Knight  G. Rogers  -PLAVERS-  A." Elmgreen  P. McWha  E. Murray  A. Franson  Gus Eklof  A. Spence  C. Reid  A. Adolphson  N. Shore  F. Fredericks  A. Heard  J. Evans  H. Tuppline:  R. Taylor  N. Palorcia  W. McLaughlin)"  L. Taylor  E. Geddes  F, Riddle  D: Boyd  PLAYED  11  6  9  8  9  4  8  6  10  5-  ���PLAYED  8  9  11  7  10  9  5  9  8  .   10  POINTS  5020  2435  3431  3347  3523  1469  3203  2364  4300  1862  POINTS  917  1270  1283  786  1203  1070  561  1153  1200  1240  Good Things for  Easter Table  . Hot House Lettuce  *          r                      -*  -    40c. lb.  Radishes, Three Bundles for 25c.  Green Onions    -  -    5c. bunch  Ripe Tomatoes -  -    25c. lb.  Cucumbers  -    35c. each  Cauliflower  -    35c. each  Asparagus  -    25c. lb.  Parsley  10c. bunch  CALIFORNIA STRAWBERRIES  at Lowest Price Market will allow.  As usual, for Breakfast, Eggs, Bacon and Ham  will be in great demand, and the "THE LITTLE  STORE" is particularly well prepared to meet this  emergency.  Our Hams are nice and small this week. We  stock Boned Hams, which we slice. Your order will  be filled promptly and satisfactorily if left with  ai'i iW^i^kwssspps  <^.:!msmmBM30$ 3-^��wu��.,-��-,*jUi��--t;^aiillwa  -.JfcliH  ;��?w����SwwI!S�����  v.r>  hn&  ���yrt  X.  .'/  UK  ,-". ^ '"���  ,.-..* ���������  THE   PIONEER,   PHOENIX,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA  <^^^s?ln I he Spring  &*>.'  , .-:f:Ai:k::x.ii/^X!'K/r>Yi&^  SoMlera. on > the Battlefield.  t5t,���   , -i   .  that they are afraids they will have  to pay a special license should prohibition becojfri* lawt * Cute, aren't  they?      -  **&     ���   V  *       \  a&ti       "  am  X\  y-ix  m  '���.:��sfe  ,,/F.^f1��hdsmalMH it yield,for the riupnort.of the  M-SM^aa^M." *��iWe have* in Canada-a--power  ;fK'Mi\oC ooaunion, in our resources that will  :yx:X make -tlie power that cornea with strategy,  Kp!;i!s.brute force, and, armament, insignificant.  *x;:x;x:txi;;;xxx;��M:i'!.YYlfin know what we have and use it wisely,  W��yyyy$h!YMYMi:p^ prill ^m&ke .others dependent ,upon ua.  W!0��$$0;yy��i$$k .,The'-stomach is the center of the body  wy^y^$B:!^YY'!1iom which radiates our vitality, ptrenu-  pY'i<yy--Y^0J:YYMyYo*iiif, .our fighting -strength. A healthy  |^|^.:i|;^^|M:^^frtoii��ch turns the food we eat into nour-  ' Y:yyY0xX:0X-^xMaxusA far the blood 'stream and the  Yi^^g-YXY^^Yp.B^rna.u.'Dt^ Pierce's- Golden , Medical  i^K^^^^iSDiiooTery^ren^ahea and tones up, tho  iYtyY00r0^YYSY^m*>^^ .walls. Removes* the poisonous  iy^^^^^^V'^^f'^ the system.  ^���^(^$^0^S:^x ' The, first day you "start to take this  y<:yytfMyyxyyfi>TiiieMe medicine,'impure germs and accu-  ^yMWy^Yxyyy?: ��ulatidiui begin to separate in the blood  y^YYyyYYYy^Y-tndtlxeJben expelled through the liver,  x0YY00yyyy:b6*& axidlddaeyB. -  'i;0:y:fj:YY:yyy;'x -Get Dr. Pierce's Golden-Medical Dis-  ryyYW':yyyyyx C9T-S?"y to-day from any medicine dealer;  M^$>J$^:^ixM" it'is a powerful blood purifier and tonic.  W^^fi'Vi'???'-*'   J-Depend "pon this grand remedy to give  ^ffiis'.v^yj-j tno j^jn(J of.bloocTthat makes the skin  �����"' -4 oleul the mind alert, t he vision keener and  iwambition and energy into the entire  ^Contains neither alcohol nor nar-  .fjlts ingredients are mado public  irintedron   wrapper.   It's  a pure  _��� .^.extract  made  with  glycerine  patiye roote and herbs.  i& by medicine dealers in liquid or  $form,  or  send  50 cents  to  Dr.  fjStee'B Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y.,  retrial box of tablets.  ���il?l  IV"   '!" "���'"  Correspondence  National Defence  The Editor,  The Phoenix Pioneer.  Sir,���In the'magazine Adventqre  for'January, in that section headed  the "Camp Fire" is voiced several  schemes of Preparedness. With  your kind permission, I venture to  set forth details of a plan I deem  worthy of consideration:  First���Pass -a law with all the  force cf conscription, to apply to all  school children between the age of  6 and 16 years, with a view that  military training will be taught* them  in the schools.  One hour in each school day,  commencing with what we used to  call in the army, setting up exer.  rises, to apply to both sexes; thence  on to squad "and company drill,  without arms, until the pupil attains  IWHEN.BUYIN6YEA5TI  INSIST ON HAVING  THIS PACKAGE  M>W^-  -v  rWHri. -   ,  ^^OWONTO.QW^y  DECLINE SUBSTITUTES  -the*  free hospitals  so  that   the* student  could  study  his  business  at    first  hand.    This would apply with'equal  force  to  other  lines' of education.  Here could be  posted   a* small  detachment of coast defence  artillery,  a battery of field'artillery, a machine  gun   detachment,   a   regiment    of  cavalry, a couple  of companies of  mounted   infantry,   a   company   of  engineers���in short, a unit of every  branch   of the  service,   army   and  ' ./"no win the war with the decisiveness which will ensure lnsting^pence, the Empire  - A wil! require to put forth its full collective power in men and m money. From  this viewpoint it is our true policy to augment our financial strcn-jth by multiplying our _  productive exertions and by exercising rigid economy, which reduces to the mmimum  all expenditures upon luxuries and non-csscnUals. Only m this way shall we be able  to make eood the loss caused by the withdrawal of so many of our workers from industrial activities repair the wastage of thewar, and find the funds forits continuance. It  cannot be too frequently or too earnestly impressed upon our people that the heaviest  burdens ofthe conflict still lie before us, and that industry and thrift are, for those  who remain at home, supreme patriotic duties upon whose faithful fulfilment  our success, and consequently our national safety, may ultimately depend."���  SIB THOMAS WHITE, Minister of Finance.  PRODUCE   MORE, SAVE   MORE.  MAKE   LABOUR  EFFICIENT.  SAVE MATERIALS FROM WASTE.'  SPEND  MONEY WISELY^  t)3end fifty cents (or stamps) to pay for  Kwrapping   and   mailing a   copy of   the  ���jflsmtf?-!Common Sense Medical Adviser, in cloth  WftM binding, 1008 pages, with color plates.  the age of 14 years.    At  this  agejoavy> for-instruction-purposes.    At  separate the sexes, and   during   the this <po|nt. aIso , there   -should-.be  next two years  drill the  lads   with Lovemment factories for the manu  arms.    This woulcTentail the schoolffacture   0f.guus,   ammunition  Mj0$Y:  m  mm000ix:  SWM-pW'-'t, vj i,,--^,;',V::v i-'-r-''- ',y- Y-Xr .  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  . ..     ISSUED  WEEKLY  house, or a part thereof,   becoming  a small armoury.  Now at 16 years y^u would find  the pupils well trained soldiers, having- received considerable more  training than any of the   recruits   in  Their sequence  < and  is* a  fs^tg^-ti-% ?,..^.v. ��������� ��� ><������: ��������� '���* ;;-������' x: X ���  ffirf$0?0$��Hyyy.')  fk at Phoenix, Brutish Columbia   | present continential  armies.  small -arms  mere detail.  As to - the result* expected were  this'plan adoptetl nation* wide.  Commencing at 6 years, ten--years  at common school'makes our  pros  It  Subscriptior/52.00 per year  2.50 to United States.  oG. 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I of military age could , be, drawn, on  '-At the age of  16,   scholars   whole j      i    . c ' j   ��.t_    r.   ' '  b      ...    ' w,lulfor national  defence  and   the  best  have won a certain number of merit I ,       fJ.        ���     ', ..      T  .. .; , I trained  soldiers   to- the    world.    I  marks  become   eligible,   for    hjehlu-r ���������    j   ���*. ^Y  .     ,      Jt       �� r , .        B   I believe you will admit that among  school, and here is where  I   would *  him forward to  23 years,   and   our  it  military tree, so to-speak, would* be  injblossom fruiting about* 20,-years  late/,.when it-would-be; found   that  manhood  LET US PRODUCE AND SAVE���  The .war is now turning on a contest of all forces  and resources���men, munitions, food, money. The  call to all is to produce more and more. It may be  necessary to work harder. The place of those who  , enlist.must be taken by those at home, men and  , women, old and young. The more we produce the  more we can save. Produce more on the farmh and  in the gardens." Save more ,and help to win the war.  LET  US NOT WASTE OUR  LABOUR���  In this war-time all labour should be directly pro-  -< ductive or should beassisting in production. Make it  as efficient as possible. ��� If your labour is on something  that can be postponed, put it off till after the war and  make your labour tell now'. Making war is the first  business of all Canadians. Efficiency in labour is as  important as efficiency in fighting.  THE   GOVERNMENT  THE  DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE  LET  US  NOT. WASTE  MATERIALS���  Begin at home.    The larger portion of  salaries  and  wages is spent1 on the home���food, fuel   lieht  wow8'   ArC any ?{tthese ^'"S3 bcin&  wasted i  S20.00 a year saved  from waste in ever> home in  ?^.oro!ooir      pay !hc intcrc8t on a waf debL  LET   US SPEND OUR  MONEY   WISELY���  ��� Arc-*&0t!' Wndin& V*?"/ ��noney to the best advance? AVhat do you think of extravagance in war  ���time? lens.of thousands of Canadians are daily  risking their hves fbr us at home.' Is it not our duty  to be careful and economical ? Canadian dollars are  an important part of the war equipment. Make them  ni-j Havc a   "ar Sa^ngs.Account.    Buy a War  OF  CANADA 3  THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE  Bond.  lr~il  Jl  r^-m-  \<  cOanlH Kline-fer'eaoh subsequent insertion,' non-  . pueUna-iasniemeht.  suggest supplying officers. All  high schools, universities-and colleges to become-the property ofJ the  government, entrance-'to5- any of  these institutions-being granted only!  Wf<  I ���:'���::  5>T  ^Saturday, April 22, 1916.  possible enemies, singly or ecl  lectively, to'and on 'shore' l'jOOO,":  000-soldiers inside '60 i days-would  prove an impossible feat; but "ad-  mittingjhe possibility of their-effect**  ing a landing, they would  find  the  in the U. >&.-  soldiers  acting  member, my s^eme is National de'-l^ "& wnm~ ��"-W''lbt��ior ,io��.  I;.��� '    _���j .������ ^    t. ��� To,overcome  them   would be  not    fence,.and,we must be prepared   to      ,        ������  . .....      .  1   �� - - I only  an-impossibility   but-a   mid-  ��lm&myYm  'lliililfillfesf||ipeip^ition bein?  c-rculated  by  '''^^S.-Gji-fPharmaceutical association  ���^^���fe^fe'   against  ^tr&     intended  :P-?u|e^trthe Prohibition-bill   which  W^ ^aV��the' dispensing  of liquor  ���^ojdrtig stores if the  province  be-  ^esjdry   is,   to   say   the   least,  ainutsing;^  Admitting that a few of the  j^,i*i*--}:T'iV: XX'-:-  w^yyxyx:-  WMmY-^Y x  m^xmy  make  very^ considerable   sacrifices  to , attain   the r best^  results.     The  nation   provides   uniform   and ,a/j  accoutrements?to the pupil  in, the  same way thaj^cTothing is  supplied  soldiers;   in<^dition, . a    military  ration, and last,   a  wage  equal   to  that paid a soldier���conditional that  at the end ���o'f each* month. the  pupil  has   to  his   credit the jiumber    of  marks   of   merit    demanded.    Remember, one hour in  each"school  ���da-y devoted to military training.  . It  must  be  understood' a large  percentage of students   for  various  reasons would  not  go1 beyond   the  riigh school stage, leaving a reduced  number for the higher cpui-se^,   apd  it is^among these we must look  for  our professional men   and  also- for  our future generals. ��� At  least,   asl-  suming so-, it-might be advisable to  sig*  ;|^piPS-fe^^:;n^ureS/a��aclied to the petition   are  ^^^Wixy-'^^y?  Professional,      speaking  "fpllS-fl^^ observation  of the  ||f||||^ .business,    we    know  ^^^^^^M^?!1,f =-owned by   the   Profession  l&^&0yyyyy:ti^t'ar^ assisting to.administer this  ^^i?;:^'^-^'!efari0lls'y concoted pill   to  thegoverhment's;proviso,   who   in  ��>..���}$$YP*at reaped no small profit from  ^Mililitethe: pWdling of whiskey.::" ;One plkce  XtiM$,!?x:$,X:xx-.::.\-r :������.' .  -..- X-.......       ���..���..   .     .-_ >  '    . .,   r .  proprietors  interest   on   their   handsome  J^|bPffony >n a high   rental  district  tpast,if they did not  cater  to  iinday morning trade of church  beats us.  crux'of the whole .matter  is  icians  have  warped  nrrinds of religious  members of  association���and  they  in  turn  increase their  . pay( to   about    that  ^S0||I|S|&^-pressed ."with the: commercial  spirit  iilS^MMlIit-adbn?   ' " " '  wm:tty:wyYgx:  adopt-the> smug tone of the Pharisee  tinder the plea that they do not  want their^clerks   to  become  bar-  triiTth of the whole matter  is  amount now paid a first sergeant of  infantry, which approximates abxuit  $1 a day, and of course to include  clothes, ration and tuition.  With reference to the foregoing  and to obtain the best results, I be  lieve it desirable to build a model  city of colleges at a central point  There would be located museumsiof  all the oligies, etc., appertaining to  higher education.  The desirability of this city must  be apparent to all. To instance  some of the advantages: A lecturer  could speak to thousands at  tirne. Just think of some of our  great surgeons holding down ���-. a  chair. As a matter of detail it  might be' advisable  to. build   great  A WORD FORMER  It fs a grave mistake for mothers to neir-  iect then: aches and.pains and suffer in  sUence���thw only leads to chronic sickness and often shortens life.  . If your work Is tWng; if youV nerves are  excitable; if you feel languid, weary or  depressed, you should know that Scott's  Bniulsion overcomes just such conditions.  It possesses in concentrated form the  ��^,��i?me��teJp "borate the blood,  a*!*^?1 the;ti8sfles�� nouriish the nervea  and build strength. "��v��..  Scott's is strengthening thousands of  mothers���and will help you.   Try it.  Scott 8*Sowne, Tbronto, Oat.      * I  summer madness,   in  fact   insam  in its most pronounced form.  To supply this great  force , with  arms would  present   no  great dif.  ficulty.    At the small arms   factory  in Enfield, Eng., they used  to -turn  out  1,000  stands   of   arms   every  working  day,   or  312,000  a ygar.  Such a  factory  could - be  built  at  some central interior "point  and * its  capacity as desired.  ���".Re the 60 days assumed necessary  to land 1,000,000 men:   .It is  quite  reasonable to suppose  our . foreign  representatives would have advance  information   of any  such  intended  move, when it would be in order ' to  call  to-the  colors,   say��"3,000,000  men, and in such a country as that  of our cousins, blessed as if is  with'  railroads to collect them at stragetic  points, it- would  provide no  great  problem.  Having no desire to suggest a  system that necessitates the human  family commencing with a lieutenant  every safeguard should be used to  the end that Democracy, with a  vetybig" D," be assured for keeps,  and the, best possible assurance is  the fact that the natfon is armed to  the teeth. To carry this " idea  further: All officers of any and all  ranks should be elected. Anyone  who takes the.trouble to visit a  ���prison will be convinced that arbU  tary power should never be placed  in the hands of appointed men.  Presuming the present army to be  large enough, 1 think it would be  wise to strengthen' coast defences  mines and submarines.' This is a  cheap, and very effective defence  According to Allen M. Benson, in  his book, ��A Way.to Prevent War,'"  England possesses the greatest navy  in the world, but has not once at  tempted to attack the German coast  in the present conflict. Mine fields  covered -by gun fire, assisted ^by  submarines, is the proper caper.  For proof of this the example of the  German coast is all sufficient.  Looking   to   the   future;    About  the time our first battalion of school  ^  soldiers are 23 years old, the time  would have arrived for dispensing  with about two. thirds of the present  army, and our entire navy with the  exception of revenue vessels, siyvey  ships, lighthouse tenders aod vessels  of a like nature. The country's  defence beingassured,,the possession  of such tools ofc,office must cause  our neighbors,to become suspicious  of our honesty.      "\       '  It is conceeded .that .among the  personal of an effective  army  there  must be a small percentage of men  yjwho  are  experts   in   their   several,  lines, and to become  expert, infers  long and continued training.    Such  men being valuable to  the highest  -'- iiti^ft xxi-x^,:-:^..:-;::..:-  '    W^xJlW^^iM  <PX:^  ���    -      ^.-.''Vv^'iti-i?/;  riee at  <Jegr*e, .the.small .regular .arniy�� re-j ;'  maining should be experts to a man; j _  hence I would suggest their, pay being increased to three or four dollars  a day for,the rank and file, officers  increased in -proportion.1" In the  event of invasion this small regular  army disappears into 'the . great  citizen army,, supplying just that  amount of expert knowledge they  lack.'  I To this simple plan of defence- I  would expect little or no opposition,  because so much has - already been  said and written in regard to the  educational,valueof military,training and dicipline that'the subject is  becoming decidedly threadbare.  Admitted^there ara quite a number  of fools in any country, and in addition .no small percentage of  gentlemen, who to, get their* claws  on the Almighty Dollar would use  any and all means'to that end. To  such patriots the building of nineteen million dollar battle ships look  good. ' -Was it not Ben 'Johnston  who said something about a scoundrel? - -From gentlemen of that kidney  there is no doubt of opposition, and  little as to why.  '   Youps truly,  ' War Veteran.  ���       1  ;*���-  Local Railway Schedule  The following are the time table  schedules governing the arrival and  departure of local trains:  GREAT NORTHERN  .Departs, every day at nine a.m.  Arrives daily at 5. JO p.m.  CANADIAN   PACIFIC  Leaves .daily for Nelson at 12.15.  For the west, ,.via .Penticton, at,the  same hour on,Monday, Wednesday  and Friday.  Arrive in Phoenix from Nebon  daily at 4.45 p.m. From the west,"  via Penticton, at the ,same hour on  Tuesday, Thurtday arnd Saturday.'  ���' \  There are only two words |  in the vocabulary of pppjoiW  ..'*-, -  tunity"-"now" &n& "^ow-  is the time to advertise thej  odds and ends th��t have \  be^en; y cluttering up ypur \  premises, ipr yearsj, for in- \  st9,nce,,,that Baby Garriagei, I  n.      '    ������*   ���������� '*     ���-        *  .> ���;^,.'-'v-^-v   '-J-   ,   K -       i - \'f ?  'fV;?'   -        .  ,, *i        &  Stqye, Bureau, Rifi^vJBdo^|  Stove^ 'Furniture, (btci, eitc. \  m^mmms^^w^MM^M, ���..-.irvx-j. ���o-xvrUf���JktH.-i.  ^:^v^Ut:&^^^i  -^��^^^  1 ���^r-^tSiWfcij*.iS-'n��)W>*W  ^  2*  t  I?  'ir  %  !<&m&i  ��� ������..���*.������.<i'.vw;.-.vJ '  THEFlOmm, .PHQENIX,  gOCXM^^XX^XX^  era - nouse  PHOENIX, B. C.  ONE NIGHT ONLY  fmmmmmmmmmm*t*******MWmeWmsanmms^^  I   Concentrates    j  By Special Arrangements with W. A. Brady,  New York���  W. B. SHERMAN PRESENTS  JAMES GUY USHER & ENGLISH COMPANY  In the Great Secret ServiceWar Drama  Feather"  A Phenomenal Triumph won  at "The Royalty  -^ Theatre, London, under the title  g  The Man Who Stayed at Home  55  gj An Enormous Success now at the Comedy Theatre, ����  New York, Direction of'Unitrfd Producing Co.  PRICES:    RESERVED SEATS, SI.OO;  ADMISSION, 75c;    CHILDREN, 25c.  . Sea|;s Now on Sale at Tom Brown's.  s?  IXXVttXHXXXXVttXXXttttXXXXtt  CANADIAN  i,       .     jj1��S  EASTER  4 /   . Round Trip  To and from, all Stations^-Port Arthur to -.Yancbuver-  "' ^FARE-Xn�� PNE^THfREL  ���' v'!  '?���, ^-\  4P��jSale April 20 to,23-^-Return Limit, April 25tti  Special Concessions to Teachers,  i ; StiiilantsT CwAmercid Traveled ^  TV'. * * *     * ',. - ���  Details from any Agent, from Agents or Pursers.  ������>' . -  % TICKETS���Conductors will giye Excursion Rates from .  ���I'  -     ." jj   ,  -     .-v     r Flag Stations; -,";'���  -'.; ���       ?-    ji S.^AHTER, DfP.AM Nelson, B.C.  ' Butter fat is realizing 40c at Grand  Forks. r  Vancouver milk dairy employees  have organized a union.  Seattle's new chief of police was  born and educated in Victoria/  The Panama canal is again open  and 16 ships were passed through  Saturday.  Four murders were committed in  Vancouver last year. There were  none in Phoenix.  Next January the provincial  government will hold an examination  of movie operators.  The city of Calgary has inaugurated bowling on the green as a substitute for the bar  Geo. W. Peck, author of "Peck's  Bad Boy" stories, died in Milwaukee Monday aged 73.  K. Morrison has opened a cash  grocery in Grand Forks. The title  has been tested before.  Vancouver's tax rate this year is  22.44 mills. With 10 per* cent." off  for cash, this equals 22 mills.  Spokane apple growers' association will use 240 pounds of apple  wrappers this year valued at $10,000.  Vancouver is to. have a weekly  four page prohibition newspaper.  Another wagon hitched to a star.  - There should be.an opening for a  dentist in Hedley.'...Its citizens go  to Oroville to have the work   done.  The Vancouver police have added  ���a bloodhound to the corps. The  politicians should cultivate its  friendship.  The Rossland Miner says that  town's main street needs cleaning.  Rotten  poultry,   sticks   and"   glass  litter it up. ~-  Sixty per cent, of the soldiers enlisted in British Columbia were procured through Vancouver and - New  Westminster. V' '  The-most expensive fire in Lillooet  fot 20 .years occurred T when $500  damage was done to the Excelsior  hotel-last week.  - l* _v ,  *   Makers"of cigars' selling  at  twol -  fdr a "quart-air receive'$14 a thousand,   "  while theVolldr of* the   gem* selfing  at $1 each is paid as High as -$200.  ^ey.  Father"^Lewis   Drummond,  r Meets every Mondajy Evening at  Oddfellows* Hall. Visiting brethren  cordially invited.  Our hall is for rent for dances, social  evenings, etc. '  "William Oxloy, Noble Grand.  Oscar GustafdOii, Fin. Secy.  Mark Rukin, Rec. Secy.  Daughters of Rebekah  Phoenix Lodge' No. 17  Meoto In tho Oddfellows' Hull,  -First and Third Wednesdays.  Mrs. N, McDonald, Noble Grand  Mrs. Amy A. Cook, Secretary.  K. of P. Lodge,  No. 28  Meets Tubs day Evening at 7.30.  n,?i?"J?ing   brofclie*���   cordially   wel-  E. E. Baknjes, CO.  O. H, Knight, K. ofR.S.  corned  PYTHIAN SISTERS  ���Mountain Temple Lodge No. 17  Meets In Pythian Hall, Lower Town  Second and Fourth Thursday**.  Mrs. J. A. Morrin,  M.K.C.  Mrs. H. Tilton,  M.R.C.  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES -  Phoenix Aerie No. 1S8  Meets in the Oddfellows' Hall, Friday  Evenings, at 8 p.m.  Visiting brothers are always welcome.  RlCHABD BLUNDEIX, W. P.  T. R. Clarke, W. Seoy.  S. H.&E.F.  Lodge No. 47 '  Meets Every Sunday Evening at 7 p.m.  Visiting Brothers Are Always Welcome  Celius Nelson, Pres.  Algot Larson, Secy. '  Louis Carlson, Rec.-Secy.  ���pi  The "White Feather,"' the play  that has aroused the interests of the  whole British Empire, is coming  here on Saturday, April 29.  No play has ever been written  which so closely brings to light the  workings of diplomatic plotters.  The German espionage system is  here laid bare. The completeness  of their plans and the wide scope of  their operations are shown in a way  that instills deeper thoughts into all  who witness it. **  It is the play that took London by  storm under the name of "TlTe Man  Who Stayed at Home." On its  presentation there a sensation- was  caused thnpughout the country that  eventually lead to the exposing of  many real German plots against  Britain.  The company producing the play,  which is a William -A.,. Brady, pro-  FJELLROSEN  L.ODQE  ( no. a*      -,  -Moota in tho ScandtnaTta-a Hall, on Sedond ana  _ ^   ,   Fourth "Wednesdays; afc ft o'clock.  Mrs. Louis CXIilsok. Pies.  . Mrs. A. Johnson, Secy.  the playing ofthe spetacular drama.  James Guy-Usher, whpse reputation extends all over Canada and  the-United States, is playing the >  leading role. * He is assisted by a  company of players with whom he  has been associated for a consider-  able time. . They carry with them ,  all equipment necessary for a proper  production of the play. Phoenix  playgoers can count on a performance such as has never been seen  here before.  Coming at the present time, nothing could be more appropriate  than  "this tense  drama.    The   play   contains the true   British   ring   and  is  bound to quicken the  pulse   of  any  with 'good   British   blood   in    their  veins.    Though characterized  as   a  heavy   drama, _ the    situations    of *  intense interest- are  so  interspread  with comedy, the spectator will have  ductton, is backed byyJWv B.  Sher-1 no desire to drop interest during any  man.,   This alone is a guarantee' of 1 second the play is in progress. ,/-  th^class^o^entertaiament^vWe . may\ ^,The   price   of ^admission  here, is  expect.,  is an,  \  '-4*8  -H?  i i T  ��� ' .yftl  -; ft  -^ 'X  .   '4  ���*i r ���   " '  1*? 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Dr. Jacques Loeb, of the Rockefeller institute of New York, announced Tuesday that recent experiments conducted by him in the  artificial creation of frogs had confirmed the beHef that only males can  be produced. He declared he had  managed to keep a number of such  frogs alive for a year.  - A yard of cotton clotb, as measured by.-the English manufacturers,  will hereafter measure- 36 inches  instead of 37 inches, as for many  generations heretofore. The 37-  inch yard is said to have had its  origin in the habit of spinners in  measuring "from the further side of  the thumb,\thus adding about an  "inch "for good measure."  Foul brood, the highly contagious  germ*9disease affecting bees, is giving rise to some uneasiness among  the officials of the department of  agriculture, for it has made its  appearance in different parts of the  province, and it is important for the  welfare of the growing industry of  bee-keeping that all bee keepers  should exercise every possible care  to prevent it. spreading. It is also  advisable that all persons intending  to buy bees should write to Victoria  for information as to where the  danger exists. The provincial  apiary inspectors will be glad to  give any information. They propose to go from district to district  shortly. j  :  ^HOENIKyMINERS UNlONi!    WALL PAPERS  ��� .No, a, w. f. or m.  Meets every WkdnesdaV Njght, in'j  Miners'JUrfion   Hall,  at   7.30  P.M.  : Wm. Smith, President.  D. J. McLeod, Vice-Pres.  \ Neil McBbth, Treas.  J. J. Evans, Secretary.  FresK Stock:' of Wall Papers  Direct from the Stanton Mills  AT  THE UNION HOTEL  EHOLT,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA  A Delightful  Spot to ��� Spend the  week-end Hunting  and   Fishing  Bar Stocked with the Finest  Wines,  Liquors-   and   Cigars  PAVE OXLEY  PROP.  Al. 'Almstrom's  PHOENIX BAKEi?y  W.WILLIAMS, PROP.  Doughnuts, Madeira Cake,  Lunch Cake for Sunday use  delivered on order every Saturday.   Give us a trial order.  OAKES MADE  TO  ORDER AT  MOST   REASONABLE   RATES  TELEPHONE 53 ' ���  Your Hides, Salt Them and  Ship to  ROBERT 1 BROWN  MIDWAY, B.C.  Top Prices for Dry  and   Green   Hides.  Fresh Milk Cow   For Sale.   �� ���"������"���' m �������������  Now that the Holiday Season  is over, we can attend  to your needs very  promptly.  A Large Stock of Parts for all  Standard Watches.   \  **- Hm  ��� e.  111^^  x~:^-^r^.���' ' ��� l'''lt****a**lt*ltt**tll***lt*t*Mta,**-**t>fltll^fflf8B^  ^fefs-OTWf*--^^*^ ,    y:'Y.' ":.���'���' ���''��� -.-YJ^x^Yrs^YyrY^^y^i^^^^^k  |��HO|ip��;   fiROTSi  c.i'.*��14^,!'*v,:  -'#���; > s'-.v'- .;���     am  -wf  ������V-J.^     *H"    I    ' *   .1  ''.'*';-�����'���* ��� .-  ������rfl' ��� ���' "**���<  r*".>>  i   ���  I*-*-.       lr       ,  ���  . M_.^^t*L������?'l-iV'.'"*'.-'^'\l-''.^'.---'-'<^:-,-"-''���Tt'.<-'-.1^-������.':���������'������<������-.������'��� -���������Vv...'.--..:i    -'/  '     - ^���^^���'������������������������������������������iHHHI^HHaBa*->*^--a*-BHIi*-->*a**Hr*a  :At|Ybur Service  ���.^liOC&l and lie '  Iv-V ���' ���'**,?���'������ *;''ZX ���  ^!$i^wfeitffp^  |S|^^l?^W?is^^  i^W^F'.^^;v;^.^\;-v::.\-;--S;:.'!,;l:.' I'lY:  ; D.JM ussatto took in the sights of  Trail 'Monday;"'-:'xYxxyXY.^xy::XX  ���  Mrs.��� .:W-.| Campbellleft:'j!forxPen.  ltictpn;:*Mbnday/\#.:^  ';;;jJr,:;-E- ;.: ^Thompspn^ returned :;frpm  A^ancbu ver Monday.-xf xxyxyxYxxxY,  ; Oliver typewriter ribbons for sale  .'at ��� 'The ;Pioneer'';office. ��~,'''MyXY  '���Y Today has been declared a public  holiday in this province.Yx. ;   :  ��� YY:  T. L. Bliss returned Saturday  following a trip to^ Spokanei ;  Miss Gertrude Gibbs, of Creston,  is visiting Mrs. Sidney Poole. :  Mrs.;R. McDougall and daughter  .Take possession at once of stock,  fixtures,.;;etc,:,;;;at invoice. Apply  ^T^os^^Russellr'or.thw^bffice'i,-;- '  .:'':^Dh-.,vXaubiB,; eyesight specialist,  will be at Quance's drug storeTues-  day, April 25, and fr there is any-  thing wrong with your eyesight dp  apt fail toVcpnsult hw; All work  absolutely guaranteed te' suit eye,  same'as a test. Y^- XxX >Yx. -yy^X   ���;���; ���  *AboutY tyro,  months    ago  '"the  managers of the Presbyterian congregation, Phberiix, agreed ;toiaslc;';'fbr:  a-special contribution at the service  Easter Sunday evening (tbmbrrow);  towards paying off the indebtedness  incurred  in  fitting  lip>vthe; church  basement for the use .of. several  of  the Sunday school ^classes';! and ; for  other purposes.   ; Already  this   increased accommodation has   proved  a boon to the congregation; "Would  friends ofthe church make asf liberal  an offering as possible;   laying the  money on the plate Sunday evening  or handing same to Thos.   Brown,'  s***  mMyiyy-y- ..rrrrznr-.������t-^y:xxx:.':'x:>   ������'���;;/���;���-������������  W00.^yy^xY^y-.:������ :xyy ��� *%;��� yy-x -yy:,Yy  fMmj0md':Eggs are now at=roci^bottorn iprices.  ;a^Slt:*'S.':^i':> -X'"���:"���"... -X'x"'-:X'--    xxx:'YYx- "-Y :���<���"... -.  -  xx. -  _^^.^0^Y^^.^:' S^s<5!?�� Eggsf^e a very cheap  tfiottsoirie ifooid, so we ^would  ur^e all our Gus-  vwmfy-.'yy'���^���y      -':x--x:_;v,...������..���.;:.���:������ -:-:xxx^::[:.... ...^ ������ ���-.���-.',;���  Mtters and Patrons to buy  the fresh article aBour  Market.  yy^yYi'jr''xx-yy-yxY:^.Yiy^yyYYyyYs^-'yyY^v^x  '^$0iyYiyyY.':^:':- 'Y:-Y- j-.x'xYxYYYyY:"'xxxx-xx;^:.y.xx ..;. .ixxx-xY  ui. -MJ.-S     r    -o "���-.���:,."   -w"t---:'"  or nanaing same to   lhos.   Brown,  left Monday for Repubic, Wash.     \Y "n*. v ..        .   ,> /  -    x- :X:xl���.--.:-<;X--,r,."r^ *.";**" ���������������.'.'������ treasurer.   The amouht requ red   s  Church Parade  ., 'xM$^*yMi^&*:^^ $2so.  [;returne^.;fjrbmvSp^an  ��� l^^y U^B*) VMulliganYi returned  J Wednesday, from a  visit  to-Walla I:  W$&?o--yi^$��^ 0dd^M,0^��;an4';Rebiikas::.:are  Wmi Brown;M2phoeaSpbar^  ter, wasttnis wee��|azet^d  pubiicl->'^v^^  ' ''Mr^"ir{h^:W^:^ annual;,vdivine;^ervicet;atiT;;tlie''  Ui\\\~~ XYYYx:Y^XxxY::sxpx:���^  JT1 Hilar. ..;-';^-:.r,r���^)Y-^���������:-:r-\ -YY j ~   l.X,<Yl'v.\> ."X.x^-x-~._>*^."* '>-.-. ��� ��� -       : ..'*--������. '���"   '.���.':���.���.' -       XY\-V-.:������.-���'/: ;��� -  '" iv.. -.j'.''.;���.? -."  :���-��'-''V.'^:^'��'v:'^;::^:^>^;9^';^^  HgiHgiiiHi^i  .���nmiar.^A^:~^:X-aXx;:XJXY^Yi-<Xr:xXX:X:-r!\:v^��� ���-,;    ���    ������ .:-;-.������.������- -���.���,���:���..��� ���������,-^..\:-.;"~~;-'.i:''viT-r^  :^ ���..,.^;.:,�����������i$^x��itf$^t^^ aoniversary-of the;6irder;-st;S^3;;-':.'fx:vx  ^^^0^^^ail^^^^0 w,y xy'--yymyiYW^x^^t:yyy  ^s^^h^aye never tested the>ich [full Navbr! of CASC^  have-a; pleosant-su^ris^jn^tore^  Alb^aMalt;and British^  ^i^loyedj^  XK-  ���S1#P^  '?&  X'Y^'r  ;JAp^jR:|^^E^N^p^ojiS;  ff  r,   *Vi:iw;-i*o!.'���*'���'.';-,���. ������ -- ���"���'���":.- --.-Vv-.;";:'-'";     ��� v'-^:���.���.;..���*... .,vri:v,. t.;;,...^.^.. ,..-.-".":.��� ��������� j���-. -tt"i "".-.;,^^��,  "^lf|IIIi"'i^l;ii-';I^^;^^i^  ^B'4*#'^'-'^---'-'-'--"-'  * if j��s^feft;*K ;';���;/: ���:  Billiards.^;:" Pool. -Bowiirig  ^i||f?iS^^W^^e^ymi  ;JR^iip^usiness|infcoti^  :th|}skie'bf :his^ncHi; xx-xxYixi '������yy^  p^o;hbwes';on  |ite:for^ale;��� bne ^jc-robmed hbu^e  p^ ^fopkjyb avenuetfor sale. '::^Ap-  ;pIy;;;0.;^.;;MpAuliir^t-':;^   - v��li  ^C'ef- iOh.p,;Wnginer 1913 model;  cheap.:X Apply A; N.-JOpcsteaden  box;2i l,Phoenbc, B. C^^&v;.';":'  J' ;.P��:-J-P-Upn*,;- representing Simon  jLieser & Co-- liquor merchanis of  Victoria, called  on  the   trade  here  %^;^%^yyxr.y^^;y--,yY7i^  _S!-> wJtlrti^r-U.i'W.fS'  WW^^^j'^--''i*';-S*-'-.,-; "^ ; 'r  ^Sftfe-.'fi:':%'VKi:i.{jSi"..<-,,!:  [Thursday with gratifying results  x Two handsome siiyercups, oflPered  as trophies in . the bowling tournament, are on exhibition in the  windows of the Royal Billiard Parlors.':;";  ;; St. John's  Church ���Holy communion at 8 and   11a.m.   Mprning  prayer,   10.30.    Sunday   school   at  ���?3p.    Evensong, 7.30.   Rev. A. M.  Lloyd, vicar.  P,|r^m^ B,ack. who  has  been con-  ===  fined to  the  hospital   for  the past  ^^xv^tt'^.^dv'v^;-^'';; ���v-'--.':-������ r- ^.---���'"������ ���-��� ��� ���   >���.'..*;    - ��� ������    ..- ���       '���.-������'���.'  :x\-, ������;������,-���������'���  i>';t':;l?:';vSt;i.;i:'  ��� | month with a broken leg, was conveyed to his home Monday. He is  progressing favorably.  Richard McBride, an/0ld time  rancher of Bridesville, passed away  at his home this week and was  buried in the family plot Tuesday.  He is survived by his wife.  Good opportunity for a live wire  in   the   cigar   and" pool   business.  l-9.#^W*|riing;ji^^  ^gar^ii��b^;|^j^^ an^';^AjS  bOTt^-th^ Yukon Terrii^,t^^rt]^  ^^^rar^esjauid in apoi-tionpf ithe  ;Fiwinc^;p^^twhiGrf ^  ���^^^t9^^^ot:iiw.iii oiZlyeaxa  ,*f*P annual rental of ^1 an acre. Not  ^re.than 2,660 abires, will be leased to  ���bnefj^pB^fc;;-:;rv xy^^teY?^ x yxY,/Y:.  .;-v;;^i?pUwti*am^p>.'a;ieaee be made  : .brsj^va-p^cflint -in ��� peraorir :to\;. the  AgentprSub^grerit of the,district in  w^h^he rights applied for, are situ-  i -fn surveyed territory the land must  be described by seetiono, or legal subdivisions of .sections, and  in  unsur-  ^fPJ6*1?*?1? the teacfc appKed for  shaU be staked out by the applicant  himself. - "r   -  Kach application must bo accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be re-  funded if the rights applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid ou the- merchantable  .output of the-mine at the rate of five  cents per ton.  ' Tho person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  Boyalty theneon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such returns should be furnished at least once  a year.  Theli  The World-Renowned Russian Trio  .LEO ' "..,���<��� '   >., -  lavs���  JAN'  'he lease will include the coal mining  rights only, rescinded by Chap. 27 of  |6 George V. assented; to 12th  June,  tFof-. ,fu11 - information   application  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, dttawa  or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W.W.COBY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���Unauthorlzed  publication of  fchJS "jdvertisemeiit will not be paid for.  ���-8S8TB.  MISCHEL  eraiavs  VIOLINIST      PIANIST'     'CELLIST  Declared by press and public to be the  greatest instrumental trio in the world.  RESERVEb SEATS  AT TOM  BROWN'S  .i.  General Admission 75c, f 50c; ?  'A ���* ��� -^tr'tt&XXXX:  >.J* 1 juiae,%"aii-'HKri::X.


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