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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Apr 25, 1914

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 wf*m  y  i,  ���. '>. si  Y\  ',;; Jr\Tke largest, coppar niines  j, j'i , the Dominion are'situated  ^ 7-^ot Phoenix. , The Granby  Co, employe 500 men, and  ' has a monthly pay roll of  over $50,000, while the Rawhide pay r ill is $18,000.  sin  ited  i     I*  ' V-T" -V. y ' v "'J .   V, <   '.,1   4} 4--, ���      *'������'     s. "wm*,^i J.,ut'WJ.���fflliii��  vf&  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District  Mi  Ts~\  I  (^ySBX Phoenix Pioi^jbr in  A ^M^l^hedte iC-tlM^liighest  ^*������i��telB��Bfejr^Iri* "Canada-  altitude, 4,800 ft. j The' city  has-a population of 1,60��,  and possesses first-class  hotels, opera house, schools  - y yy  ,i *>*A  I,1  FIFTEENTH YEAR  .PHOENIX, B.C., SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1914  STANDARD MINE PAYS  AN E^TRA DIVIDEND  Company Has Paid Stockholders  $200,000 this .Year���Paying  Wall $1,275,000. "'���  The Granby Consolidated Min-  ' ing, Smelting and Power  Company, Ltd.  ,1  The direccor j of the Standard Silver-Lead     Mining     company,'    the  Fiich-Campbe 1-Clark   corporation,''  exclusively a Spokane concern,' operating the Standard lead-silver property,   near   Silverton,    B.C.,' at   a  meeting   this  week decided   to declare an extra dividend, of $50,000  in May, doubling the regular month,  ly   disbursment   of '2^   cents   the  share.  March earnings of the  company  were $80,300, and there was $320,-  000 in the treasury on April 1.    The  - April disbursement'of $50,000  reduced the reserve  to  $270,000, but  it is believed the April earnings  will  be as great, if not greater, than for  March, which will make the treasury  1   fund approximately $350,000 on May  1;    The company has paid to stockholders $200,000 to date this  year,  making the grand, total; $1,275)000.  ,.     Reports   received  from the mine  state that development is being continued on the No. 7 and No. 8 levels,  and a new,,ore  shoot  has<��� been encountered   recently   in   the 'No.   5  level, which had been prospected to  ��� the No. 4 level.    It appears to parallel the vein from which  shipments  have been coming for  a  number of  months. *>���' * >;���-  Work on the Net'"8 level is being  confined principally to, widening the  tunnel previously driven through the  Emily   Edith   claim   and  preparing  the bore for service,as a main work-  Olson-Johnson \  Nels Johnson and Miss Mary  Olson, both of Phoenix, were married last Saturday at Nelson by  Rev. C. W. Corey at the residence  ���of E. Matberg. Mr.' and "Mrs.  Johnson have taken up their residence at Granby place..  New York, April 23,. 1914. -  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,  that an   Extraordinary   General  Meeting  of the company will be  held  <L the branch office, No. 52  Broadway;/New. York City, on  Wednesday, May  13th, 1914," at  11   o'clock  in -the forenoon, for  the  purpose  of, authorizing  the  ���Directors from   time   to  time at  their discretion  to   raise, borrow  and   spcure   the.*- repayments   of  money  for  the  purposes  of the  company, at  such   times, and in  such amounts, in   such   manner,  and upon  such   terms  and  conditions  and all   respects as they  may determine, provided that the  total amount owing by the company in respect of moneys raised  or. borrowed, otherwise   than by  issue at its shares of  first  mortgage,   six  per  cent gold bonds,"  shall not at any time exceed the  sum of three million dollars.  The Register of Transfers will  close at 3 p.m. first, and reopen  at 10 a.m. .May 14th, 1914, by  order of the board of directors.  NORTHRUP FOWLER,  i   . Secy.  L       Insurance Case Settled  | ���  '������'���       t r  I   ' All day last  Saturday the court  room in the city hall  was crowded  with people listening to the evidence  taken in  the  insurance "case being  tried before Police Magistrate John  Mulligan.- This'is the case in which  Chas.   S.   Morris, a traveling accident insurance agent had garnisHeed  several persons  in  Phoenix for the  amount  of the  first  premiums" on  their policies.    The payment of |he  amounts    was    contested    on    the  grounds  that  the  agent   misrepresented the case to them.    They contended that the agent represented to  r   Number 41  , M  i   i  |    B.C. Mining    [I Anyo*SmelterWo*in*<**  '"__ ������   , Granby stock has been conspicu-  ously weak the past few days, say*'  the   Boston  Commercial,  probably  The Sally mine near Beaverdell  shipped 17 carloads of ore -this  winter.  The Van Roi mine near silverton  is again shipping concentrates to  the Trail smelter.  * Up to the present this year* over  100,000 tons of ore have been  treated at the smelter at Trail.  The Standard silver-lea'd mine at  Silverton is said to be the most  profitable mine in British Columbia.  DOMINION FINANCES  IN SOUND CONDITION  ,  -o���.-K.MC..lc��� Wi r  ^e  B.   C.   Copper company  is  them that in case  of their   meeting considering   the    leasing     of   five  _4yith a  fatal  accident the premium  claims near Oroville, from the 49th  Parallel Mining company.  The Standard mine at Silverton  has donated a fine set of mineral  and rock specimens to the University, of Alberta at Edmonton.  paid would be $500. After their  signing the agreements with this  understanding, so they claim, when  their policies were issued the amouql  payable,in case of a fatal accident  read $100. R. J. Clegg, of Ross-  land, represented the plaintiff, and  A. S. Black, of Greenwood, the defendants.    Monday evening Magis  Work is to be resumed shortly  at the Rambler-Cariboo mine in the  Slocan, melting s,now   now  giving  wholly the  result of profit taking  &ale* by those who bought ft at,  much" lower prices.    This stock, itl    '  must   be    remembered,   advanced  more than  $70,   and the first im  portent reaction it had was the one  of the past two weeks.  It is  understood   that   Granby's  new Hidden Creek smelter is working satisfactorily, or as nearly so as  any entirely new plant could be expected to, and that within  two  or  three months the company's output  will be double what it has been recently.     When  this   profit   taking  movement  in  the  stock is over it  probably will be a good purchase for  a further substantial advance.  The Year's  Budget Is  In the  Fullest Sense ofthe term a  ,    People's Budget  ..,��.,. - . -        ���-     - sufficient water -to operate the com-  t ade Mulhgan rendered his decision,' pressor and m���, machinery  Odd Fellows' Anniversary  Tomorrow, Sunday, April 26th,  will mark the 95th anniversay of  the founding of the first lodge of  the Independent Order of Odd Fellows in America/ AH members of  the order in Phoenix will attend  service at the Presbyterian church*'  .at   7:30--o'clock    in   die ^eveniner.  . '������������/o&ii'few* z'-*K,e,iut.?��^>'<'"X?_'>  -paito^lTherOdd   Fellows   are^rc-V ??**=-* _Elfw  daysj  allowing the plaintiff judgment .for  $6.75, and charging him with the  costs of the case, amounting to $5.  Regardless of the amount the  agent stated would be paid by the  company in case of death, ttyi fact  remained that the men attached their  signatures to practically a promis-1  sory note, and were liable for the  amount, and the only way in which  the agent could be dealt with would-  be to have him charged with obtaining money under false pretenses. ��� ���  �����   Death of Colin A, Campbell  ���There was genuine sorrow in  Phoenix last Monday when it became known that^:Colin A.- Catnp-  lMUthadIpasMdU away,,s*-*��;, the .local  George Clothier is contemplating  opening ah assay office in Prince  Rupert.. Mr. Clothier is one of the  best   known   minieg   men   in   the  province.  * ��� i  The company owning the Monarch lead-zinc mine, situated near  Field on the main line of the C. P.  R., appears to be in financial difficulties, a number of men having  obtained judgment against it.  The Topsy, Nugget, Tenderfoot  and several adjoining claims on  Poplar creek have been bonded to  Victoria and English investors.  Rich gold samples were taken from  the surface of the tenderfoot vein  .when, it  was    discovered    several  Motorcycles and Motor Cars  Business in automobiles and motorcycles  continues to   flourish'  in  Phoenix.   -This week a  new  Ford  car   was    delivered   to , Valentine  Ingram, and three new, motorcycles  arrived in  town!     Those who are  getting motorcycles    were   O.   D.  Bush,-* of the  Brooklyn hotel,   Albert Biner, of the Phoenix brewery,  and    E.   A.    Black,   the    jeweler.  Biner's machine is  an "Indian" and  the others are "excelsiors."  Sid Jennings/manager of Morrin.  Thompson & Co.'s lower store has  purchased an "Exelsior" from E.  A. Black.  Dr. H. E. Griffith, the dentist,  is purchasing a new Overland car,  and it ^ill be brought up from Spokane next week.  The third budget' of the, Borden  government is in every respect' and  in the fullest sense a  people's  budget.    The story of financial  stability   of   trade    expansion,    and  of  the splendid manner  in   which  the  Dominion of Canada passed through  a year of world wide financial stringency was gratifying to the  people  of Canada and   a  lasting  credit  to  the Borden government.  Despite  the  financial depression  I of the past year,   Hon. -Mr. ' White  was able to present, in his speech,  a statement which  shows  that the  position of the Dominion was never  better, and that the present finance  minister   has    ably    and    skilfully  brought   the   ship  of   state  safely  through a period of commercial difficulty.    The revenue for the year  was $163,000,000, and  the  expenditure $126,500,000, leaving a  surplus of revenue over and above  the  amount   required   for    expenditure  upon  current   account   of   no  less  than $36,500,000. ?  There are a number of important  features in the finance minister's  pronouncement which are of special >  interest. There is the announcement that the revenues have been  and wilj be in the coming year sufficient to meet all  expenditures. .,  L*Jnd for Settlement  quested to'meet at the 'lodge room  in the^ Miners', Union building at  6:45 to procure .regalia and to  march from there- to the church in a  body  The   mills    of   Belfast,,   Ireland, j by everyone.  Heihad been  for the past  ployed contir  mine, for some time holding a posi- ���"'"��� 7 ���            ,"     ' .      "~   ~~> ��--.-��� 1-~.��,-^,-*-*^����^ (��v^*����*"*����^  tion   as   motorman.    He   was   well  surance of Eniest Miller, M. P. P.   ment was appointed  and  the  body] at  the  offices  of   the government'  ~'     - -   - -"-   turn   will elect   officers.    More agents    in,these    places.      These  that  the   wagon- ID  ac  Spring-  Clothing-  We beg to announce that we have just received a  large consignment of the most up-to-date Spring  Clothing; modernNstyles 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  liked'and held in tbe .highest-esteem /for Grand  Forks-  ,, 1 by everyone.   ��� Deceased   was   borjj / r<?ad"/rom���, the      ��  employ nearly 30,000 women.'   '    - I at Glenco'e,' Nova   Scotia, 'SS-'yeafs/,^81?*?-'0 JLirncn   creelc  -/ago.     He   leaves a  wife  and   three/^ailw?y'at present, wo,  children. -,   -,      |     st c,ass condition for-hauling.,ore  -Ihe fu'neral took place Wednesday'/a? SQOn as the weather permits.,    -  morning.-   The   remains    were    es-|   ~A   six inch    vein   of biS'h   g^de  corted from the undertaking parlors  silver ore has becn encountered in a  U  1  j ��.*������-. kiiv *��w **fy   >W���� '            ������-w v- *w**Hw*i *wm A��A^/a W I  <**��-K W-Ufc-i* SU ��a.4W**7<W ���ua'MW'a--**^* A  kA-WhS-W  northern mining���/than 6,000 employees will be eli-ltracts aggregate over 10,000 acres,  :reelc, the nearest/s^'h/e for participation in thm bona-lthe bulk ofXwhich is logged-off  :, would  be  putiitrf Btstiaf thm new, organisation.        ' X     /find."'"   -     >���'">,'' Yt\ t.   /-     >.  Z *>> ' "     J.      .- ''?;  ���n for-faauting^i-e^T'    !��� .jV  ", "~ "  ' '      '    '"   '    '"   '"    " "  '^"' *�� '"   ''''    ^    - J-iSvffe Jj  ither permits.      - '7ffIM*-**'--M'*^^ '^K.^"i^'i'-'-^A  TAILORED CLOTHES  Large consignment of stetson  *    hats and english hats.  Endless variety ofthe 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  Carson  3C  ac=jc  Jl  in Phoenix to the Catholic chtirch at  Greenwood, where services were  held, and interment took place at  the Catholic cemetery near that  city. The funeral was attended by  a large number of people both from  Phoenix and Greenwood.  Wednesday Night "Dance  A good jolly crowd and the finest  kind of dance music, furnished by  Chas. McKay and Mrs. C. H.  Knight, were the outstanding features of the dance given by Prof.  W. B. Marks in the Miners' Union  Opera house Wednesday evening.  The tango was danced several  (imes as- was also the hesitation  waltz. Prof. Marks intends leaving  in a day or two for Princeton,  whece he will start a dancing class  and also look after some mining interests which he-has in that locality.  _:��� .��.   Chas. Davidson Hurt  Last Tuesday while working  around a diamond drill machine at  the Granby, Chas. Davidson was  quite seriously injured about the  head and neck. The collar of the  sweater he was wearing caught on  the head of a revolving bolt and he  was drawn into the'machine. His  left ear was nearly torn *>ff, and he  received some bad cuts and bruises,  and will be unable to work for a  few days.  Premier Borden stated in the  house' of commons, Ottawa, Wednesday, that all the necessary precautions to insure the safety of lives  and property of Canadians in Mexico  would be taken.  crosscut tunnel being driven from  the lower workings of the Black  Prince mine, near Slocan City, with  the object of cutting the Two  Friends' "vein. The crosscut had  been driven 50 feet when the new  find was made. It is calculated  that about 25 feet more driving is  required to reach the vein ahead.  Last week the ore was struct in  the east crosscut of the No. 10  level of the Star mine at Sandon.  The ledge is about three feet in  width, and was run into about 700  feet **from the main crosscut, or  deep level tunnel. The ore has  been drifted on for about fifty feet,  and loo'ks promising. The west  drift from the deep level has been  in ore for some time.���Slocan Record.  At the annual meeting of the  shareholders of the Crow's Nest  Pass Coal company held at Torooto  recently the report presented  showed a balance of $47,456 as the  net profit on the year's operations,  which was a smaller amount than  for the previous years. Some  shareholders called attention to the  fact that during five years only two  dividends had been paid, and those  of only one per cent each. They  asked that a dividend disbursement be made, but all that the  president would do was to promise  consideration of their request.  Card of Thanks  I wish to thank all my dear friends  \v io have so kindly helped and sy; i-  p. thized with   me in my sorrow t )r  ti e less of my beloved husband.  Mrs. C. A. Campbell;  ���wmnimimjW'UVt'jrnvrx. i*HiutL��l*^m^a.��*WlM^^..iVhi|��L,*iMJJ,  ���Jl^^-i6?l^^%^Vt'Ttffjs^S^ti^0^ft^  ,-W&fcv^��WH-*dli^*fc��^^ Wi-P*?'  Wmmim^m  f>V  ?/��"���; i.ii  'i ?j *  yvt^>  " i' ty  '   m;i *, *,/,-V. > *x *  THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  i'-y'<"yf  y* V >>���  V-t iv'*1  s, /   i  -) <  .   *���  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  ISSUED WEEKLY  K"i  pray for  the return   of those  con-1  -   ,  ������������� wm-^, ,    .dittons  which ' tnaxked    the "early  *r Phoenix, British Columbia |Period of "tlie Yukon 'development}']  and ', .    ,        ,       '",  Tribute to Cy Warman  x Subscription, 2.00 per year  ',  '" 2.50 to United "States.  1 >  G. Kay, .Publisher.  ,*. i  ADVERTISING SCALE  Apr Ucation for Liquor Lloenco (30 days) . .85.00  Aprtlcatlon for Transfer of Liconco........87.00  Comfloato otlinproveinont notice (00 flays) 87.50  App'lcation to PurohasoLrfnd notices (go days)  ...:...< *. 91.60  Deli'vquent Co-ownor noUcos (��J0 dayfl) .'.. .$10.00  t Smt�� 1 Water Notioes (30 days) 87.60  OoU..quoiil Cd-Ownorshlp noLli os IK) days ��26.00  Dup'ioato Corliflcalo of Titlo iiotIcost... .SS.00  - �� /      *>  Onrr i of Thanks, GO ccntu.  1   Al, other legal advortlninff, 12 conts a lino,  sing-la column, for tho first inaortion; and 8  cent' a lino for each subionuonL Insoition, non-  . pare 1 inoasnromont.  D'splay  ads $1.00 per inch,  single  column, per month.      ,  Saturday, April 25,   1914.  That Yukon Topic  The movement in fa*, or of bringing the Yukon Territory under the  supervision   of the  government  of  this   province   is arousing a certain J nothing-   will   be   done   until   1925,  amount  of  opposition   from    some|'when we  ex'peCt (providing   we dot  "Whereas, our>share of'the said  'graft' did not quite reach the standard set by the early" Laurier pioneers, we consider the action of the  Conservative government has been  ill-advised. We miss the whirl and  gaiety of the dance halls, the click  of the roulette wheel, the joyous  whoop of the half-soaked sourdough, the commercial caresses of  'of the painted ladies of the uyder-  wprld, whose dives once furnished  the election campaign funds for a  Manitoba constituncy, and last but  not .least, the extra pinch from the  'poke' for securing the-claims which  ought to, have been recorded  months before we allowed them to  be so; and  "Whereas, our feelings are harrowed and our souls grieved by the  painful honesty that now,  surrounds  Cy .Warman,   who died  in  Chi  cagq,' last'week,   was  a   native  of  Illinois "and was' born ,in 1855. War-  man had  always  wanted  to run a  locomotive, so he went to Colorado  and   learned    the   work.      For    a  time he ran an engine on the Union  Pacific, and   then   went   to  Denver  aud  worked   as  a   reportet.     The  poet   met  Miss   Marie Jones.     It  was she who inspired his   verse  for  "Sweet Marie," a song which afterwards   became   a    great     snece'ss.  The following poem appeared in the  Rocky Mountain News some  years  ago,   which   Warman   had written  one day after an  especially  strenuous "run."    It has cansed many an  old railroader to smile and cry:  us, and faced as we are with the  awful prospect of working for a  living (even the janitor has been  bounced),   we  humbly    pray,  that  irresponsible quarters. The Dawson civic league (whatever that  may be) is among the opponents of  the suggested change, and recently  voiced its .sentiments in a broken  winded and labored resolution  dealing   with   the     matter.       One  , clause of this masterpiece isv particularly worthy of attention.     It, reads  as follows:  -"Whereas,   the   laws  respecting  mining and other matters in British  not starve to death    in   the interim) j  to  have    another     opportunity   of  working the people."  P. S.���Dear Borden: If'you  could see your way clear to.reinstate  only half of us, your anxiety over  that $35,000,000 naval gift would  be at an end. They woiild undertake to provide a > dreadnaught for  the British navy every two years.  Of course you will regard this P. S.  as   strictly  sub-rosa,   as - we - have  WILL THE LIGHTS BE WHITE  Oft when I feel'my engino swerve,  As o'er strange rails wo faro,  I .strajn my eye around the curve  For what awaits us there.  VVhi-n swift aud free she carries mo  Through yards unknown at night  I look along the line Lo see  That all the lights aie white.  The blue light marks the crippled car,  The green light signals slow;  The red light is a danger light,  The white light, "let her go."  ��  Gurney-Oxford  Worthy of the  Art  Baking  of a  Chef  The average w^oman abhors having    by theXJivided Flue Strip with perfect  to spend all her'-time in. the kitchen    evenness in every corner. ' The fire is  Columbia  are   different  from    and j never heard the ,ast ot that wretched  wholly unsuited for the Yukon, and -grartdon affair  vvould discourage  r-'n  'miners, investors  and others in this territory.".  This is surely a  gem   or  a joke,  , and   the   people   of   this  province  .  would like to  know  what class  of  mining   is. now   going  on   in  the  Yukon that has not had ^ts counter-  ��� part for years in British   Columbia.  If it refers to .placer  operations, B.  G. can   point  to  its   northern', dis-  i-tricts.     If it is a case of quartz, or  coal mining,   let, us  introduce   the  Again the opon fields we 10am  And when the night is fair,  I look up in the starry dome  And wonder what's up there.  For who can speak for those who dwell  Behind the curving sky?  No man has ever lived to tell  Just what it means to die.  Swift toward life's terminal I trend,  The run seems short tonight;  God only knows what's at the end���  I hope the lamps are white.  ���Cy Warman.  &  striving- to accomplish somesnew dish  in baking. But when she can have a  range like the Gurney-Oxford, cooking  becomes a pleasure and a fascination  because of its consistent assured success.  held low on a Spe'cial Reversible Grate  which burns every coal to a,white  ash. ��� There is a lift-up Broiler Top to  expose the full fire, and a smooth  polished surface that requires no black  lead. The Warming Closet is big  The heat of the whole range is enough and strcng^enough to hold a  controlled   by   one lever,' called the    whole dinner service.  Economizer,  and effect.  with   remarkable   ease  It is easy to be .optimistic and  laugh at the misfortunes of others  if you have none of your own.  The Chinese domestic problem  does not bother the people of Phoenix. There has never been a Chink  in the camp.  Drew Right Conclusion       '  "Is that a man or a deer   in   that  thicket?" enquired the hunter.  "I   guess  it's safe   to   call  it  a  deer," opined the guide.     "If it had  J been a man he   would  have   taken  a shot at us by this time."  Several real estate transfers have  taken place in Phoenix   this spring,  Moqey by any other name  would  be as hard to get.  King Edward Lodge  and A.NI.  The oven is entirely surrounded by  a perfectly even heat of any degree  required .for any kind of baking.  Pans of biscuits, light - rolls, or cakes,  all cook evenly with a delicate, golden  brown crust without having to be  ^constantly changed around next the '  " heat as in other ranges.  This perfect Gurney-Oxford oven  encourages a woman to attempt  delicious and unusual recipes of her  own invention. Her reputation for  being a "splendid cook" is at once  established.  The Gurney - Oxford Economizer  regulates the exact degree of heat  which is directed through the'oven  This Gurney-Oxford is the  range  for women of to-day.  SOLD BY MODERN, HARDWARE DEALERS EVERYWHERE.  MORRIN-THOMPSON & CO.  ".tbSt 'industry.-  "Scarcely'a* case" is bahk> ��ut it has never   spen�� a  fpr.  heard in our'courts.    This, and the  *-,*js  oft-repeated assertions   of many' of  the   most  prominent   mining   engi  ��� neers ofthe United States that   the/  Jaws governing all kinds  of mining/  in      British      'Columbia     are     the/  most   liberal  and   squarest   in   the/  world,"should do something towards  allaying the fears of our  friends   in  the:I)a?wson civic league.  '^On..,their own showiiigS, their case  exhibits an extraordinary   weakness  and 'Ar\ spite of   the   fact   that  the  resolution was   moved   by   a    Conservative  it   hndoubtedly    betrays  the'cloven'   hoof.      We   may now  confidently   expect   something, like  the following:  ^"Whereas, we (a number of political chameleons who have, lately  allii d ourselves with the Conservative party-for the purpose of securing our own personal ends) together with a .s\yarm of recent  office holders- who have been dispossessed of our positions by Governor Black for reasons best,known  to that gentleman and ourselves;  do nost strenuously object to any  change in the. system of, govern-  mert now in( vogue in tbe Yukon  Tenitory; and  "Whereas, we feel certain that  this portion of His Majesty's dominions is assured of a 'grand destiny,' if left to govern itself,  "We, the above mentioned disgruntled qiies, wrongfully deprived  of our 'graft' by the Borden government,  do   respectfully   and   humbly  tune on printers' ink.  greet the coming- of a case of  pjigENix beer;  WHY? \ tt  Because the Beer .is/s��j�� good  and wholesome Jit brings (jhe  smile.  'PHONE  23 '    '  -*'*rf  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  ,     LIMITED  I. O. O.F.  Snowshoe Lodge  No. 46    '  Meets every Monday Evening at  Miners' Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited. '  .   A. Jj. MKinnon, Noble Grand.  Wm. Oxley, Pin. Secy.  B. E, Barnes, Bee. Secy.    ���  OLIVER  Typewriter  Daughters of Rebekah>  Phoenix Lodge. Mo. 17'  Meets in *the  Miners'   Union   Lodge  Hall Vttet and Third Wednesaays.  Mrs. E. E. Barnes, Noble Grand  Mrs. A. D. McKenzie, Secretary.  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES  First-class Fir and Tam-  arac Wood, $6.00 per cord  P;ine Wood,  $5.00 per cord.  Phoenix Aerie No. .188   .  Meets in Union Hall, Friday Evenings.  Visiting brothers are always welcome  ,.-       '   Dan Patterson, W. P..  \ . ,T. B..CLABKE,aW. Secy.  �� of P. Lodg��  Ho. 28  Phoenix,  '-]  ,B.Cr.,  Meets Tuesday Evenino at 7.30.  Sojourning brothers cordially wel  corned.  N.Davidson, C. O.  E. E. Barnes, K. of R.S.  b Interested and should know  '-'abQut the wonderful  MARVEL Whirling Spray  /The'hevr Vaginal Syringe.   Uest  ���Mostconvenient.   It cleanses  instantly.      Ask your  I" druggist'forlt^^  PYTHIAN/SISTERS  Mountain Temple Lodge No* 17  Meets in Pythian'Sail, Lower Town  Second and. Fourth Thursdays^  '������������! ;��� '���..', r.'  Mrs. Ai'Dl McKenzie  M.K.C.  The American Oliver Typewriter  turns out more, work���r-of . better  quality and greater variety���than  any other writing machine. .Simplicity,, strength, ease of. operation  and. visibility are the corner-stones  of its .towering, supremacy.in, *.  Correspondence <  Card-Index Work ,,   .  Tabulated Reports  Follow-up Systems  Wlanifoldinff-Seryice     v  Addressing; Envelopes ; V  Working on Ruled Forms  Cutting Mimeograph Stencils  The Balance Shift  The Ruling Device /���  The Automatic Spacer  The Automatic Tabulator     '  The Disappearing: Indicator  the Adjustable Paper-Fingers  Scientific Condensed Keyboard  ���Can you spend 17 Cents.'���'?.   Day to  '   better advantage than in. the purchase of this wonderful machine ?  For'further information call or write  '&���' KAY, ^gent, Phoenix.  Fir and Tamarac, double cut,  per cord, $7.00.  WOOD  DELIVERED   ON   SHORT  NOTICE. 'Phone.B,32  Robt. Forshaw  DRAYING  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. -Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. . Careful attention to all orders.      Phone A6-5  James G. McKeown  DR.DeVAN'SFEMALE PILLSSoK  medicine for .nil Female pompiaint. # $5 a box,  or three for $10, tit drug stores, flailed to any  address on receipt of price, ,Tbb Sco-semi Drug  Co.. i-t. Catharines, Ontario. ��    j__  pHCiSPHONOL FOR RSEN^a10^^  for Norve nin'd Brain; increases "grey matter'j  �� Tor jc���will buildyoi* up. . $8 a box, or two for  SoTa't dru? stores, or by -ninU o;n (receipt of pfice.  TjstE Scoubw. Drcg Co. . St. CMthariaefl. Ontario.  DR. KELLEY  .CURES  DISEASES  OF  Mil y  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 8p.m.    J-.'...-....  ;���' Sundays, 10 a.m. to Z p.m.  Dp. Kelley's Museum  210 HOWARD ST.,"SPOKANE  ���.���".'���.'��� >.���������' . '. ���   '..''.--���  SYNOPSIS OF COAL ^  MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Noith-  west Territories and in a portion of the  Province of British Columbia, may be  leased for a term of twenty-one yeara  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  Agtmt or Sub-Agent of the district in  which the rights, applied-for aresitu-  ated. _* ,' ���.:������,������ ������,������.���..��� .! ��� '.:���'.���,:: ���'.:.:������.���';  ''In'surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of. sections, and in unsu.r-  veyed territory the tract \applied for  shall be staked out by the applicant  himself.        '    ��� .. , ,       ...      ;.'���  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if the rights applied for are 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.   ���/' ' ��� Y'\  ,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 mirtirig;  rights are not being operated, such returns should bo furnisned 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 the working'of the mino  afcth'erate. 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 tanas.  W.W.CORY/  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  ��� N.Bi���Unauthoriised piiblication of  this advertisement will not bo paid for.  ���30000. ���������.���������  throw away your good  OVERALLS* because  _____________  they are greasy.    We  can wash them to look  as good as new.      We also make a  Specialty of Blankets and  Carpets.  A TRfAL'VVILL  CONVINCE  YOU.  RECO STEAM LAUNDRY  Phone 50.  Dominion Ave.  + 1 <.w>r  THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  PI.M'POSS  CAKLJ3U.WCLES  ACMES  CMIIXS  PAIRJS  Concentrates  ��� Are "Danger Signals"���the human system's method of giving warning that the blood haa become impoverished and circulation poor.  In this condition the human body is almost powerless to resist the  more jet ous illness.   Don't delay.   You need  BE. PIERCE'S    ���  GoldeiM Medical Discovery  It gets to work immediately at the seat of -your trouble���tbe Stomach.  - It lends a helping hand.   Helps to digeBt the food.   Tones up the stomach.  Soon brings back  normal  conditions.    Food  is properly assimilated and  turned into rich, red blood.   Every organ is strengthened and every tissue  re-vitalized.  Made from roote token from our great American forests. Try this  remedy now. Sold by Medicine Dealers in liquid or tablet form���or send 60c  to Dr. Pierce's Invalids Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., for trial box. -  Yon can have tne complete "Medical Adviser" of 1008 Dazes���cloth  bound-fret-by sending Or. Pierce 31c for wrapping and main-,*.  Queen's Hotel  COMPLETELY REFURNISHED AND  REFITTED  We beg- to announce t^ie reopening-of the Queen's Hotel.    This  popular hotel has been 'completely refitted throughout;  everything new and up-to-date.    Large lofty rooms,  heated with hot water.   Perfect fire appliances.  Night and Day Service  Patrons of this hotel will  find in  it all the comforts oi 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.   .  I FIRST STREET AND KNOB HILL AVENUE Jj  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.  A Free Thought society has been  starle ' at Fort George.  April 14th marked the second anniversary of the Titanic disaster.  The average wages of school  'teachers in Missouri is $37 a month.  At Moyie R. A. Smith has taken  over J. W. Fitch's general merchandise stock.  A. J. Moffatt has been appointed  city clerk at Fernie at a salary of  $125 a month.  The buffalo of the United States  and Canada now number about  three thousand.  The St. Regis Hotel at Vancouver has been taken over by the  Calgary brewery.  It is expected that 20,000 crates  of tomatoes will be shipped from  Creston this season.  i I  Newsboys ,in Seattle can no  longer shout the name of th��ir  papers or yell the news. ^  Provincial Constable R, J./Suth-  erland has been transferred from  New De'nver to Golden.  The average length of life in  Sweden is slightly more than 50  years, which is very high.  Caruso is to receive $3,000 a  night for singing at the Metopoli-  tan opera house, New York.  The new Catholic church to be  erected at Penticton will cost $5,000  and the house for the priest $2,500.  Premier Borden will probably  make a tour of the western provinces the latter part ofthe summer.  It is said that the best social set  in Ottawa and most of the society  girls of that city are cigarette  smokers.  E. G. Rooke, formerly news editor on the Nelson Daily News, has  taken charge of the Mail-Herald at  Revelstoke.  The court of revision of the voters' list in the Greenwood electoral  district will be held at Greenwood  on May 18th.  J. S  Irene and Princess Margaret, reach  Vancouver from Europe.  Hon. "Coderre, minister of mines,  told the House of Commons at Ottawa the other day that fourteen  investigating parties will. be in the  field this year examining- further  into the mineral resources of Canada.  Justice Harry Grimes, of Ritz-  ville, Wash., is not particular-about  having a courthouse built of brick  and stone in order to accommodate  him in the dispensing of justice. In  fact he is so democratic that he  holds court in his livery stable.  A manuscript found in the possession of a resident of New Zealand has been proved by the curator  of the Burns museum at Ayr, Scotland, to be either the original or a  copy in the poet's own handwriting  of the famous poem, "Scots Wha'  rise."  Miss Billie Burke, the actress, is  to be married shortly to Florenz  Ziegfeld, a New York theatrical  manager. Ziegfeld married Anna  Held in Paris in 1907. They separated two. years ago and in 1913  Miss Held was granted a divorce  in the New York supreme court.  In Keiv, Russia, a temperature  which amazed the doctor and broke  the thermometer, is recorded in the  case of a girl patient in one of the  hospitals. The girls was suffering  from typhus fever, and her case  attracted special attention when a  temperature of 112 fahrenheit was  reeorded, bursting; the thermometer.  According to all previous experience  life at such a temperature is unknown, or even impossible.  Hotel Brooklyn  The Only First-Class and Up-To-Date. "  Hotel in Phoenix.     New from cellar  to roof.    Best Sample. Rooms in the  Boundary,   Opposite   Great  Northern  Depot.      v 'v      Modern Bathrooms.  ���fid  ���I  !  STEAM HEATED.      ELECTRIC LIGHTED  o. d. Bush, Prop. Phoenix, B.C.  D L Mc EL ROY  SOLE AGENTS FOR PRINCETON COAL  Dealer in Lumber, Shingles, Lath  and Cedar Poles. Stull Laggan.  First-Class Fir & Tamarac Wood.  MOVING MACHINERY OUR SPECIALTY  I  I  i  If Tired of Wood, try Princeton Coal |  ^  Unnecessary Torture  We have little sympathy for  "Gyp the Blood" and his confederates, who paid the penalty for. their  crimes at Sing Sing last week.  They deserved death; but in the  name of our common humanity  surely the murderers need not all  have been herded into one cell and  led out one after   the   other  to  the  EASTER SPECIALTIES  Fancy New Zealand butter, 40c per lb.; 2 Ibe. -for 7��c.  Empress Creamery butter, 40c per lb.; two lbs. for 75c  New laid Farm Eggs, 35c per doz.; 3 doz. for 01.00.  New laid Local Eggs, 40c per doz.  Fancy Sugar cured Hams, 27c. per lb. ,  Choice Breakfast Bacon, 28c per lb.  Pure Leaf Lard, 5 lb. Pail for SI.GO.  P. BURNS & CO., LTD.  Wholesale and Retail Butchers and Produce Merehaats  PHOENIX, B. C.       PHONE 2  I-  chair of death. ' The last man  must  T.   Alexander,   government^ have, suffered   the   penalty, aeveralll  aH.  'A  'n  Everything: in Men's Wear  i  Clothing"   y  Underwear  Shirts  Shoes  Hats  Caps, etc.  Almstrom's B^ak Store  i  ,  Thos. Brown  "Everything: a Man  Wears"  From February   10 to   March 31,'  337 parcel post packages   were   received at the  Trail  post office  and  228 packages were dispached.  i'/Jack** Johnson, the negrro   pug-i-  Hiding the Hars  High-Class Selectieri  Perfumes, Talcum Powder, Razors, Brushes,   Soaps, Toys,  ��� "'-    Books, Stationery.      High  Grade  Confectionery.      Finest  Selection of Postal-Cards. ,,  FINE SELECTION OF GANONQ'S CHOOOLATES, FANCY BOXES  The Best Grade of Havanna OSgars.  An ton io Cervo    Stemwinder Building  oaks  E BUTTE HOTEL  Ear 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 ^ccommocSation for Miners  FINEST OF W   UES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN STOCK.  ���PHONF.  79..  YOUR  PATRONAGE SOLICITED.  The girl of today hides  her   ears  This is   ".veil,   as   it   may   save   her  from      hearing-    some      uopleasant  list, will return  to   Chicagro,    so   heftbing-s   about   tbe   parts  just   men-  says, for .the retrial  of-1 the   charges / tioned.     Fashion is always . making  ag-ainst him under the Mann act.        I queer demands.     Today it   dictates  that girls must cover their ears and  let their ankles  take  care   of  them  All the latest Books and Newspapers.  Phone 42.  IJCj    &m Wa  Last year the people of the United  States spent more for chewing: gum  than all the Christian religious denominations gave for foreign missions.  . Alterations are being made in the  Rossland post office building to  cope with the increased business  due to the volume of parcels passing through the mails.      .  The C.P.R. will put the Princess  Charlotte and the Princess Victoria  on the Vancouver-Alaska route as  soon as the new  steamers,   Princes  selves. To our plain, homespun  way of thinking, it would be lots  betterifthey were put on the reverse English.���Judge.  Why He Drowned  Reilly���"Pat was drowned   yesterday."  Fitzpatrick���"Couldn't he swim?"  Reilly���"Yes; but he   was   a union man.     He swam for eight hours  and then quit."  Yes, they are neat!  And they're just as comfortable as they look.  I have worn this kind for years and 1 never  knew what hose satisfaction was until 1 got  them. You should try Pennians Hosiery���they  retain their shapeliness���set snug to foot and  limb and wear much longer than ordinary Hose.  Penmans Hosiery is made for men, women ahd children, in  cotton, cashmere, silk and lisle���m any weight and all  popular colore. I"* tot the trademark  Penmans Limited, Paris, Can.  Hosiery Sweaters Underwear  NEW VICTOR RECORDS  A Nice Selection of the Latest  Victor Records, especially  the latest dance music  New Songfs, etc.  COME AND LOOK THEM OVER  E. A. Black, Jeweler |  -��!���j������|]**M|ij|*gw^^  D. J. IV1ATHESON  Insurance Agent  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE GLASS,  COMMISSIONER FOR TAKING  AFFIDAVITS  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX,  B'O.  m =  Phoenix- RfntXf*   T  IflP*  Leave Phoenix, upper town, S.45 a.m. ->  " "        lower town,   9.00a.m. [Standard Time  Leave Greenwood 3.00 p.m. J  PROMPT   ATTENTION  TO   EXPRESS  AND  FREIGHT  J��� FULLER, Proprietor  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  XJ... ' ,    -*"'��� .*-������       III,       ��� , ll.l MlJIWl'l  Sent  to   ny ; art of   the   D>  minion i'or j>2.tXJ a year.  M^xa^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^r^^^^^^^^^ssbi ��'**���;  ft?!*  T/rS;  , y/-;  u; V.J  ;*j J    T ^-^,,  l$M\X,/> ,",  w&WW r  <<- I     '  l'.-***>*,>.\     a.J��   I*  (THE   PIONEEE,   PHOENIX.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Phone 56    , .������."���    *-****��  liftcKAY & KNIGHT  : iv /���  I*";?, '-V'  Grocers and Provision Merchants  -' >   '   ��� "   (Next Door to Drug Stored  SPECIAL. FOR S ATURDAY  Hot House Lettuce, 40c. per lb.  Fancy Tomatoes, 25c  Sweet Potatoes, 4!fo. for 25c.  Parsley, lOc�� per bunch  Green Onions, 3 bunches (for 25c.  First-class supply of Bananas, Oranges, Lemons,  Radishes, Cauliflower, Asparagus, etc., etc., etc.    <  'THE STORE OF QUALITY.",  G1LLETTS  LYE  EATS DIRT  ^"'ujinuom opikin*��-��uii t  THE  MINERS'  UNION OPERA  HOUSE  HOUSE OF HIGH-CLASS FEATURES  Saturday, Apl. 25  Big Matinee  will start at 1 o'clock sharp, Every Saturday.  >      .  Lengthy'Humorous Reels Daily  Don't forget the time1-1 o'clock Saturdays.  ADMISSION  ,1 Oc. ahd 5c.  sm&  -?"*�����    TORONTO ONT.  Local and General  Hockey Smoker at Trail  At Trail a few nights ago a  smoker was given at the Star theater for the hockey hoys, who now  hold the Boundary-Kootenay championship. Everyone had a good  time, with plenty of refreshments  on the side. J. H. Schofield, M.  P. P., was chairman, and the program was a varied one. During  the evening Mayor Dockerill, on  behalf of the citizens, presented  each hockey player with a handsome gold locket and fob. Each  locket bore the inscription, "Presented by the citizens - of Trail,  1914," on one side, while the other  was t adorned with two raised  hockey stick's with the legend, "In-  teriorior Champions of B.C., ,1914.  A substantial collection was taken  up.���Trail News.  *   i   ?  4  .,*'  if  '  f  K~ ���  '*<  The Strathcona Hotel  !',*��� f,  NELSON, B.C.  i Pi  Church Services  St.''John's Church���Sundays: Holy  Communion, 8 a.m. ^Matins, JL0.30 a.m.;  P. McKarachcr loft Monday for the  coast. . '  Miss Ida Blmidell is in-Spokane on a  short visit.  Found-A watch. Apply to James  G. McKeown.  Mi-fe."Bort Davis was down to Grand  Miss Lynch is leaving today for her  'home in 'Republic, Wash.  Mrs. I. G. Spinks arrived from  Grand Forks last Saturday.  For Sale Cheap���Collapsible baby  bugy.   Apply Pioneer office.  We have .at all times an nnundont  supply of milk.���McKay's Dairy.  Wanted���Three roomed house, fui-J  nished.   Apply Pioneer office.  Fred Barker has sold his house and  lot in Phoenix to Wm. Haywood.  The public school again opened last  Monday after the Easter holidays.  *  Dr. W. H. Dickson left Monday foi  Vancouver, and w ill later go to Hidden Creek.  Don't be afraid t o ask for an additional supply of milk end cream.���  McKay's Dairy.  F. B. Hawthorne of Nelson, representing the HudsonV Bay company,  was in town'Tdesdny.  ,  Mrs. Coutts was up from Grand  Forks the first of the week on a visit  with her daughter,' Mrs. Bush. ,  Mrs. I. Moore, who has been cooking at the local hospital, is spending a  few days with friends in Nelson.  Lost���Last Sunday or   Monday   a  yellow kitten,   valued as a pet.   Re  ward for redurn at Dr.   Ritchie's residence.  "'Mrs. Al.~-Almstrom,returned  from  fera*dd-T,<?T*ks''WedneSday after^-spend-  Trouble in Colorado  Serious labor troubles are now  raging' in Colorado. A dispatch  to Denver from Trinidad states that  in the Ludlow mining camp about  80 men, women and children, besieged in the Empire mine near  Augiler, wjth the mouth of the  stope caved in by dynamite explosions, faced death by suffocation.  Not a house or stick of. overhead  workings was left standing in the  camp. The mine tiple had been  burned, but the interior of the mine  had'not been fired. In the battle  there last Monday 21 were killed  and 14 of the bodies have been  identified. Many of those mur  dered were women and children.  FOR SALE.  EGGS FOR HATCHING���from  my great laying Pen of S. C. White  Leghorns.  $2.00 Per Setting.  F. J. Harbinson,. Phoenix, B.C.  Transfer of Liquor Licence  To the Board of Licence Commissioners, Phoenix, B. 0.:  TAKE  NOTICE that  I intend, t��  afters-spend-   apply,to the1 Board of  License ;Com*  iter>;iMrr.^B,lrmiaBio*ners~foj*;.tbevJDity  of  Phoenix,  Ln. "..1  4v~'v    1 x�� ci  ' =>. +>..���>{����� tint-, nlt.t,ino*7 for a tirans-  Samplerooma.  Phone lit  I vice, 7.30 p.m. Prayer meeting," Thurs  day evening, at 7.45 p.m.    Rev. A. T,  Bell,  The stated services in the Catholic  | church are as follows:   First and third j 1^iBing engineer at the Gi&nby,  [Sundays in   the month.    Mass at  10  ia.cn.,    Sunday   School    at   2.30  pm  his parerjts  Mrs. E. Nelson arrived in Phoenix  Monday from South Bend, Indiana, to  join her husband, who is  employed as  afc their next sitting; for a trans  of  the   Liquor   License   for   the  Butte Hotel, in the name of Luciani  Vichary to Angelo Luciani.  Geo. Vichary. ,  Dated atPhoenix, B.C., this 15th day  ot April, 1914.  JAS.  MARSHALL,  jj&vening Service afc   7.30  p.m.  I Father C. Pelletier, pastor.  St. Andrew's church (Presbyterian)  PROP. I ���Service,   Sunday next,  April 26,  at  7:30 p. m., Sunday school at 2 p.m. All  welcome.   Rev. J. R. Munro, minister.  A. B. Godfrey, district superintend-/  enfc of the B. C.   Telephone  company, j  Dr. H. E. Griffith  , Dentist  S "      /*���'  *v ���  Reasonable Prices.  \ Examination Free.  **N  Bank Block, Phoenix  *i l  $?y  a  Baal  best*  Simulation  ISOLD WATCH FREE.!  A th* ht'jrwftrd r-er'.roa-'  offer ir-ia an e8t��MU..oa  fij-r-u We nxe crfvtr-* rrear  Iii-WIt-tb 'a U-oourdi of  iwi'j i U over tho  *tforld an a tinge  adTDrtls-SLijnt, Now  U yoar chine1* to  Attain one Writ*  now, em-la.1-it* 25  cents Tor one o* oar  fasbloaable Ladlos'  Tjang Gnaida, or  Gents* Alberts. Bent  carrUtca said to -tretr  -with tha -Rkteh. which  irttl be -riven Free  (these watches are  cosr-mteed five years),  (haald lou take ad-  ���antue ol oar murrel-  lons oiler. We e-ipest yon to tell yonr Irtenas  ���host a�� nnd show them the beaatUal watdc  Don*t think this offer too (food to be trne, bat send  3S cents to-dAy mnd jnln s Free Wsteh Ton  Trill be tunazed ��� WHJUAM8 ft LLOYD, Whoto-rtl*  Jowellerrt CDcpt."1), 89, Oornwallis Bond. London, M^  Knelt-nd.  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 much1 more can be tilled;  10 acres in alfalfa, a good stand producing two crops a year. Plenty of  wood, and good spring water; fair  buildings; 27 head of cattle, six bogs,  one horse, two good brood mares, oLe  colt, 50 chickens, three sets good harness, wagon, buggy. All implements  necessary to run the place, viz,: two  plows, di&c, steel harrow, Deering  mower and hay rake. A good pasture  and plenty of outside range which  will never be taken up by anyone.  Alsoagoocl bearing orchard of about  ."���0 trees. Consideration, $4,500.  Apply or write��� M. Lownjey,  Danville, Wash.  LAND ACT '  MILK AND CREAM  The rich quality of our Milk and  Cream is gaining new patrons  for us daily. We solicit a trial.  Delivery made to any part of the  city.     Mail us a card.  The PHOENEX DAIRY  W��� A. McKay 4c Won-,, Piopt-  SrMILKAMEKN LANU  DISTRICT  DlBTKiCT OV YALK.  TAKE NOTICE that T, David Lawrence McKhoy, of Phoenix in Yale  District, by occupation a lanchev, intend to apply foi permission to pui-  chase SO ��.��*ii**- of laud bounded ab follows:���Commencing at a pobt planted  at the- South West coiner of Lot  1902S; thence North 40 chains; thence  West 20 chains; thence South 40  chains; thence East 20 chains.  i David La whence MCEi/ROY.  Dated 23id March, 1914.  with headquarters  at Nelson, was  in J  Phoenix aud  through   the  Boundary  this week on a tour of inspection.  For Sale���Hatching eggs, Wyan-  dottes, Minorcas, White Leghorr-a,  Brown Leghorns, Indian '-Runner  ducks and Pekin ducks. Apply at  ranch.   Robt. Forshaw.  Lawrence McKelvio has returned  from San Francisco where he wa��  spending the winter. McJKelvie is one  of the best hockey players in the  country, and during the season of  1913 played with the Phoenix team.  N. W. Sweetser left Weednsday  morning for the Belcher camp, near  Republic, Wash., where D. Lynch K  at "present doing diamond drilling  on some claims under bond to the  Granby Consolidated company. The  ore on the property is a gold bearing  iron ore and is used for fluxing.  Alfred Miller, representing the  Reading Camp association, with headquarters at Victoria, was in town this  week. The object of this association  is to procure the best college students  fiom the east and place them in positions throughout this province in  lumber camps and other places where  th ey can teach those of th ei r fellow  workmen who have been less fortun-  nate in getting an education.  "I very much fear," says Senator  Thomas, "that the keen desire of  young Americans to go to war before many months will find satisfaction, and unless society finds some  way of putting down the ffoubles  between capital and labor, Mexico  will not be the.only country torn by  internal warfare."  Mtfl'-UU-JJjmiBSIArt-JI-JJ  For Sale���the Cottage Hotel  If you aie looking for a snap, I am  now in a position to fill* your wants.  The piopeity is a paying pioposit^on,  gua anteeing at*least $100 p *r month  to tiie puiehasor over and above running expenses. Foi' lmthei paiticu-  laisconsultM.il Kane^jind lie -will  ])i<ne it.    Box 101, Phoenix. B. C.  QUTTON  for-garden and farm ere best  for B.C. soil. So��? Catalogue fox  solid gu.aT.jtn.teo of purity  ���'������x and. germination.  Send now for Copy free  Sutton &Soiis.Th*Kin^s Soodmon  . A.J. W e o o- v^ a r d  1   Lclor,2>     "���*       Vancouvor  6. S.rorr- Sr. 667.GronviHost-.  SOv.C A*3ENTX TOR BRITISH -COLUMBIA  SEALED TENDERS addressed to tha  undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for  Drill Hall, Kamloops, B.   C,"   will be  received at this office until 4.00 P.   M.  on Thursday, May 1, 1914, for the, con  struction of the aforesaid building.  Plans, specification and form of con  tract can be seen and forms of tender  obtained on application at the office of  Wm. Henderson, resident architect,  Victoria, B. C: on application to the  Caretaker of Public Building, Kara  loops, B. C., and at this Department.  Persons tendering are notified that  tenders will not be considered unless  made on the printed forms supplied, and  signed with their actual signatures,  stating their occupations and places of  residence. In the case of firms, the  actual signature, the nature of the occupation, and place of residence of each  member of the firm must be given.  Each tender must be accompanied: by  an accepted cheque on a chartered bank,  payable to the order of the Honourable  the Minister of Public Works, equal to  ten per cent (10 p. c^) of the amount of  the tender, which will be forfeited if the  person tendering'decline to enter into a  contract when called upon to do so, or  fail to complete the work contracted  for. -If the tender be not accepted the  cheque will be returned.  The Department does not bind itself to  accept the.lowest or any .tender.  By order,  R. C. DESROCHERS,  ��� +- * ' Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, April,8. 1914.  Newspapers will not be paid for this  advertisement if they insert it without  authority "from the Department.���59225.  S. L. Taube  ofthe Taube Optical Co., Vancouver and  Calgary, will be at ,  QUANCE'S DRUG STORE  Thursday, April 23rd, after 4 p.m,  a��H all Ha.V Friday, April 24th.  If you arc having trouble with your eyes, or your  present glasses are not satisiactory, make it a  point to see Mr. Taube, as .ill work is guaranteed as tested. If not convenient to come during the day you can make the appointment tor  the evening.  QUANCE, The Druggist  The Phoenix Club  Deichert & Morris, Props.  PIPES, CIGARS, TOBACCOS, CIGARETTES  BEST BRANDS ALWAYS ON HAND.    .'  Special Line ofthe Famous Haid Chocolates  Smokers' Supplies.       Soft Drinks  ENGLISH MILLIARDS,   POOL,   BOWLING ALLEYS  THE PHOENIX GARAGE  \STRUTZEL &  HOWER,  PROPS.  KNOB   HILL   AVENUE  Agents for Goodyear Tires, Casings, Inner Tubes  Vulcanizing���  A full line of accessories, including Gasoline at very  reasonable Prices.  .   Tires Inflated Wltndut Charare.  Open for business on or about^ April 25th, 1914  Travel East via The  Great Northern Railway  Stop off a few days, without charge,  and see the Famous Glacier National  Park enroute.  For further particulars, apply to the  agent��� , J. V. INGRAM.  SPOKANE TO CHICAGO WITHOUT CHANGE  1 ^yYYY v:i#iaer^ear^ ���  |-jafc^uns^  .y^^yy0^^^^^:^^^0d^  yyyyYYYvs^  .yyyyyY^  yy>:M^M&aL��&  ^UNSHRINKABLE^  ?Umberw^ar<  X   $&i%St&��!%   il.*lw>i1VEiitr��-(.,.U-DU*3S-*U. ���aHI>**>->lw.T,��!il 7*


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