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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Dec 20, 1913

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 'f  gfetou  fTT'���  The largest copper mines in  the Dominion are situated  at Phoenix. The Granby  Co. employs 600 men, and  has a monthly pay roll of  over $50,000, while the Raw-  hide pay roll is $18,000.  '    ''       $  Al".  X  FIFTEENTH YEAR  A THOUSAND MEN  Devoted to the Interests o*^�� �� ' -���  ^  te^^theBOMn<<a8.y Mlninff Djstrjct  PHOENIX, B. C, SATU^^eTT^  ,  ..publisfaedv.Jn   the highest  I y   municipality'^Canada���  )al6tude,^8fl0ft* The city  has;a.population ofr'l,600,  and    possesses   first-class  hotels, opera ho���use, schools  1  i   V   *  r*  tftf.  '��  AT HIDDEN CREEK  Granby Company Increasing Its  Force  at  Its Northern  Workings.  Phoenix School Report  residences   will   be   completed   and  ready for occupation by the   first   of  the    year.      The   Roman   Catholic ���������_,  church too is on the point of com-1 The Granby ConsoltZeT^ 'I' F��r m��"th of November there  Iplet on, and'the Rev. Father Schus- Granby Bay, is evidentilt ' " "' PUpHs in ^tendance at PhoenL  ter hopes it will  be ready for use by)to trjt its men ZT^t^T'l^^ School.     Average   d!u>  a"  Stane and Besom Pushers  3&  not 21  4  The meeting of the Phoenix Cur-  ��"* flub held at the rink Monday  evening was attended by 27 mJ  bers, and was   full   of enthusiasm  (Special to Pfaoenii Pioneer)  Sunday next at ,���e |,,Mt ���    V ���������.      f'���!�� "*" "" " "��'��? tendance 130.5; percent!! ft]  Gran*-Ba;;"o;r7rS        ItoTe^ t '���" ^ ^^P'- ^^iT'^ H^��  -��^^.4rr^lC^r ���^���^  :r,a, ���P ��� aroUDd ooe [houl   ago ^rn-:b -ktT;orer^::t' --P ^X^z *HM����~  tjsm  Phoenix, Greenwood and Grind  Porks Puck- Chasers  ����t Together."   >  :'   /'  The Boundary Intermediate hock-  ey league was reorffani��,d at .  ">��.,���g be.d in ,ne par,ors of    J  , W'"*"��- HOW at Green��ood wld-  B��ddy&   Rani5ey,  carpen,eri���J.7.:i a7tSrnoll,hiS > rH" " C'��d"��(^^.^Z^L   ?'���   '���   25  ���"*��������     P-'ect  a,-| a/a.^^^J^-'MS"  contract  ���a,   completed   rece��� ,!^ as wellU, could^��^''f "d's ^^ �������Be  plan,.      All  baildin^ ^  '  ^"��f?- ��� '       ''��� J-Cook'sl.  N    7    C Ma���tt��e     represented     Greet/  and W..A..Boddy���f ,na,  Rt���Z\        e,,^"^e-pected. connected    with   water  and*^      ^ Almstrom   Kathleen   Carson.   Murdock MciM*j. ^orL '  ,."    i II" Gra"d P��*s <���   ���T  .nn,edtoNe���Westmi���s,er>.���heJ    c^^"^^^    fc^  ��* present and ^^ ^^1^-^ii^8Lf ^a"'  *  ^   -.l^!^,'^   F�����  Ql  -���ai  - ������ .,wuim  he will spend the winter.      .  ���Wake Williams has  gone  south  E. E. Barnes, Principal.  on tbe Prince Rupert to meet  Mrs. (by a  dance~ tviwT " ���"��  lu"0S"ea|,or ">e  Consolidated  she  Williams, who will, stay   here  �����J      \        f be   fflven   by-the  although  the   nrofif��   f        Y Y'~J \  Christmas..     - y   hCre  ��Ver  "������"ber. 9f tbe English   Church   in   fiscal year wl ^   ^   last\zetti-  are being driven  Lhe        t    ?  "" "' comme"=e- ma^ent If, ,OCk  ��" a' P��.r- ^"^S Evelyn Draisey.   Effie  be carried on a^^rapWIv . ��� ."!'"      ����'h= ��*��'��f Christmas   Eve'   *r^��� " 7 "'  "^   buf ''���  ,U���D'   Mafio"   Haon.m,    Myrtle  Mr. Wheattey ���;Tbt,tatrS    "   PeMmber 24,h' "�� P"���ni�� Miner ��� p ��en��    T ^       ""^   for ,heH,��hrlStone' EdUh Joh��st��^ J����ie  wharf,   is   ���^ 'The    'Jo,   ��� P?f,N "" ^'��'" �� "rdanc. in felr S of * "* CMS"-���ive  M'D����=��. F. Nicholson, B.Owen,  "dertakenthis neV Cre" ** .h"-    ^ ^   the   �������- Stt pt   cerTdi Z*, ^ USUa'  P? ?V��*  J'   R��W,a��d'   ��-  a    ..._.. ��c��iiiire. nieco orrlio^rr-o       ci  . Is        Per   Cfint   dividend    ,��,������ui.   Rowland.    Fthoi    c:i ...   mW  X   Kr^V"'*^    I     Vi-^sident-  ,   I-r-r^       J S,P''J'   &   M"'-  of Phoenix.  wharf,    is   on   the  "ndertakenthis new" feature  ,A   tvell-attended meeting  of the  .    Granby Bay Conservative Associa!  ^hddi"^he Recreation hall  ^on   Wednesday, evening,   at  which  yy-. *.   Macddnald,   the   president,  occupied fbe chair, ; The-immediate  necessuy for thorough I6i-a�� organisation,  and  the   ways and. means,  were discussed, and; speeches made  - Sr.rhe.��hajrm^M*J��.   Flood^and.  Miles Mclnnis, the local .secretary'.  piece orchestra.     Floor   committee,  A. L. McKinnon,John   Mackenzie;  Thos.   Ma'doreand   Louis   Goebc,  Wm. Oxley will be   floor   manager]  assisted by D. A.   Vignaux. "      r ''-  The   Scandinavian    Temper^oc^  ;Society.will hold   a: Ctiristhias-'.ti&  and dance   in   "the^ MfnefsV* Ubfo^  hall on   Sunday   evening,   Decern'  ber 28th.     - *     '   '">��� ...-'-'   '?' ~ ^  quart   ,y)-w;[^continue      p  Matthews read the annual report,  lowing the splendid financial re-  suits which he emphasizied. with th'e  ^"li^er that it was^only. five,yea^  aKoth&t^babkoVerdraftof~axnillioW  3��od,a,half existed. \. After allowing  ^15Q,000 inbound figures for^devei:  opment, and wiping orT^$200,000  approximately, for depreciation^tb'e  profit of,the .Consolidated coipg^  for the past year was  equivalent* to  'en, Jas. Thorn, J. Lindsay.  J- A. Miller, skip;  W. H.  Ab. Hillier, H. McDonald.  J- J. Strutzel, skip; O.   D.  P. Dockstader, M. Chisholm.  A. F. Geddes, .skip; H. Manning,  S. Jennings, R. Nesbitt.  F.J. Harbinson, skip; Geo. Ellis,  N    Dav.dson, W. M. Blackstock.  John Swanson,  skip;   D. G. Stafford, Dr. Millar, F. J. Smyth. "  -C. J.   Davidson,  Second Vice.PMa._A. Baumgar-  tner, of Grand Forks  Secretary.Treas.-A.   M. Mowatt  of Greenwood.  The league adopted the ^Boun-  dary-Kootenay Association. hockey  rate* with the exception of substituting a man only in case Qf Ar  jury. An effort will be made-to  make the   Intermediates  a .strictly.  '���A  4^1  Following are the returns of the  output of the Granby~mines and  smelter for week ending Dec. 14  'V-moi^SlTbe^ St*erinte^^ StrutzeVAnna'jane*; rZ-  ^^Iter for week endhig b^T"  association in the neaf future^ ' H MarytiHe   Eas" S."P ^ '^l " PCr ^ UP��" the  ^^n^^J*1 ^"^ ^^ ^ ^^     i'16��'6"  .   .".Full house", has been  the  order is Z 7��^ ^K^oteP.^  .B-   C.. ^vhich are $5,800,000/   This means IS"1 C' Vick* Lizzie   Williams   and ,    smelter tovnagss  ofthTdayatthe^Granb^^BavTote, l^J_^^ln ^^^^^'l^ ^ ^Bta fyr Ae flscj^rf/ftaoiMlb W11"*- C Granby ^. .1     23 507     1 160 ���< <  ' over   since itopened.   ao7all   t 1       gom-dujr by an injury to his   fifteen   months, - ended    Sepfember '     ��� MlSS ^cBww- Teache'"-      ' *    ' '    ^,60'Si5  fiDi,heddwe,,ingPhoUs;Sa;elcuP;ehdt O.V, XV^Tp^"    "     J       "  ���However,  some   five   or  six    more   Sullivan " g   , e   year   the   C�����P���Y   added/tendance  w.c| ouuivan.        ^ IJaree/v   to   ���>��   h/-.M;nu-o   ��,..   ��, /     ^,    .     .  t,    F    ..    Y     -A, Gert��'*Pi savant  wbo'Wante to/  Perfect at-/ Know,how /oog a dream 7aits.   That/  Big- Store  largely   to   its   holdings" by  theac-/     C. Andrene, H. Bakke, H. Boyce /������r  off^, "   "l-"'  quis tion of new DroDertie.;     fr,��.��i��/r'      n      ,��� t     ^ ooyce, i put ofF the   mamag-e eeren  Jr   an    expe���di.rT^^ffcm^:-. 'o^t   ZZH *�������*">-*�� <*���  The   profit   of a   round  million  for   Humphries,   Helen  Jackson,   J.   L.  this  year   is  more  than three t!m�� I Lidstrom,   A.    Larsen,   Nellie    Mc-  INTERMrok��^srJHEDU��^ '  Jan. 6���Phoenix at-Greenwood   '  12���Grand Forks at Phoenix  16���Greenwood 4t"Grand Forks  20���Phoenix at Grand Forks ,  22���Grand Forks at Greenwood  29���Greenwood at Phoenix  Feb 3���Phoenix at 'Greenwood  5���Grand Forks at Phoenix  10���Greenwood at Grand Forks  16���Phoenix at Grand Forks  19���Grand Forks at Greenwood  24���Greenwood at Phoenix.  [this year is more than three times  that of 1912, which was $310,345.  Out  of the  net' profit of $908,367,  [the sum of $464,352.  Wishes its Many Friends and Patrons  A Merry Christmas  We offer the following complete list for your  CHRISTMAS TABLE:  Apples Pears  Sweet Potatoes  Casaba Melons  Fancy Navel Oranges  Japanese Oranges  Grape Fruit  Cranberries Malaga Grapes  Cauliflower Crisp Celery Green Peppers  Parsley Hot House Lettuce Parsley  Hot House Cucumbers .' Walnuts  Hot House Tomatoes   Almonds  Filberts     Table Raisins     Butter Nuts  Glaced Cherries       Pecans  Brazil Nuts    Hickory Nuts    Chestnuts  Bananas       Figs       Dates  Scandinavians Elect Officers  The following officers have been  elected recently by the Phoenix  Scandinavian Aid and Fellowship  Society, Lodge No. 47, S. H. & E.  F. for the ensuing term:  President���Hilmer Swanson.  Vice-President���Edward Mellrud.  Rec. Sec'y���Louis Carlson.       !    |  Financial Sec'y���Emil Carlson.  Treasurer���Albin Almstrom.  Marshal���Gus. Berg.  Chaplain���Oscar F. Person.  Inside Guard���Antom Johnson.  Outside Guard���Celius Nelson.  Librarian���Algot Larson.  Trustees���A.   O.    Johnson    and  Edward.Mellrud.  The installation of the above officers, will take place at a special  meeting o:i Janttaiy 1st,   1914.  Dowell, L. Nakwas, R. Nakvvas,  Alice Petersen,-Sten Pettersen, J.  Puttee, J. Sadlish, Marguerite  Lierues, N. Vick, R. Mills, J.  Pecuit, Alice Hughes, Mary Lucco,  Catherine Luccb and Phyllis Moran.  Mrs. munro, Teacher   .   ���   ^' :     ,  Presbyterian Sale and Concert  Also a Special Line of  Bum Pudding-and Fruitcake  Tuesday Night's Dance  Not many towns can boast of the  musical   talent' that   Phoenix    has.  At the benefit   dance  given   in   the  Miners'   Union hall   Tuesday   evening   there were   no   less   than   four  violinists.       These   were   not  ordinary   "fiddlers,"   either,    but    any  _��ne of the four would be   capable of w  leading an orchestra.    The   orches- ' afforded  tra was composed of  Chas.   Olson,  Albert Biner, Tim Silas  and   Chas.  McKay,   violins;   Chas.   King ,ancl  Miss  Elmgren,   pianists; AI.   Almstrom,   clarionet;    Frank    Ohman, :  cornet, and E. Engen  drums.    This   niins,  and Mr. Loring  o       ���  was perhaps   the   largest  orchest "i  that   ever   played   for a   dance  Phoenix,    and   everyone    was  ited   with    the   music.  | tendance was very good.  - The sale under the uuspices of  the Presbyterian Ladies Aid, on  Friday, December 11th, was a pronounced success, a large number of  useful and fancy articles being disposed of. Afternoon tea was also  well patronized.  The concert the    evening   of  the  same day in the  Opera   house   was  well   attended   and   highly    appreciated.     Mrs.  Richards   presided at  the piano.     A   duet   was    rendered  by   Mrs.    R.    Lindsay   and   R.    K.  McCammon,    and    solos    by   Mrs.  Bellis, Fred A.  Lynch   and   Charles  Knight.     A song  was given by   the  choir,   consisting   of   Mrs.    Morrin,  Mrs. Geddes,   Nlrs.    Lindsay,    Mrs.  Bellis, Mr. Richards; R. K. McCammon, N. Thorn, Mr. Jennings, Chas.  Knight   aud^ Thos.   Brown.      John  Findlay favored  the   audience   with  several cornet solos,   Chas.   McKay  gave violin selections.  A farce,    "A   Box   of Monkeys,"  as exceedingly well presented, and  much   amusement   by   its  numerous   humorous   sallies.      The  members of the Greenwood  Dramatic   club   who   favored   the   Ladies'  Aid by the presentation  of this play  j were   Miss   Thomson,   Miss    Cum-  Mrs.   Cummins, Mr.    Burncll  Clothes  that set you apart,  that, by their very excellence and style, mark you as "Somebody."  Haven't you often wished for a suit like that ?     You  can get it now���at a reasonable price.  TAILORED CLOTHES  have the distinctive fit and cut that is so hard to get.  They are the result of master designing and skilled  hand-tailoring, applied to the best of all-wool fabrics���  that's why they have the style and fit that lasts.  Just come in and look them over.  in | ���   ..._    di-!     Tlie Standard   mill   at   Silverto-i,  The   it-   ships 158 tons   of  tailings   daily   co  the smelter.  We  also  carry  in  stock a  large assortment of the  latest styles in Hats, Collars and Ties.  We Carry the Finast Grade of Shoes.  fi^3W��M^.ra%iir# ���  Ttf��   PlONEEH,   PHOENIX,   itftlTlSH   COLUMBIA.  eamumems  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  issued weekly  at Phoenix, British Columbia  Subscription, 2.00i per year  2.50 to United States.  G. Kay, Publisher.  ADVERTISING SCALE  Application for Mquor Licence (30days) ..$5.00  Gertiflcate of Improvement notice (60days) 97.60  Application to Purchase Land notices (00 days)   *..$7.S0  Delinquent Co-owner notices (90 days) .. .$10.00  Small Water Notices; (30 days) $7.60  All other legal advertising, 12 cents a line,  single column, for tho first insortlon; and 8  eenta a line tor each subsequent Insertion, nonpareil measurement. '_  Display  ads $1.00 per inch,   single  neer, Christmas will be here.  Everything in this world grows old  but Christmas. It has passed  through the dust and debris of the  centuries without the dropping of a  leaf in the evergreen raiment in  which it clad itself nearly two thousand years ago. The Pioneer takes  this oppportunity of wishing its  many readers a Merry Christmas.  Vancouver Not So Bad  J..  column, per month'.  K  Saturday, Dec. 20, 1913  It is not too early to engage your  scat on the water wagon.  Don't forget to remove  the   cost  mark on Christmas presents.  ;     In   some   English   and  German  hospitals-a patient for an   operation  .must consent to an autopsy in  case  of his  death1.    It 'is  suggested   by  leaders of the  movement  to  raise  the  standard of American  surgery  that a  similar  rule' be .adopted' in  American   hospitals."   It  is  an  old  saying - that   the   mistakes .of the  doctor are'not seen, as they go under ground.    The European idea is  that   the  hospital   autopsy -makes  better doctors. '���  '  ��� ,  Was Thirsty, Thaft All  'Tomorrow,    December   21st,  the-shortest day in the year.  is  When you're down in the mouth  remember Jonah. He came out all  right.  Shoddy aristocracy and snobbery  are the outgrowth of vain and weak  intellects. -  ��� Rev. M. A. Mathews, pastor of  the largest Presbyterian church , in  the world, the First Presbyterian  church of Seattle; paid a visit to  Vancouver this week and delivered  an address on "A Clean City* for  Clean Citizens," in the 'course of  which he declared that a few years  ago Vancouver was one of the  main centres on the continent for  the white slave traffic.  Dr. Mathews makes   a  specialty  of white slave  sermons.    His  oratory-on that subject  has  made  his  church famous and crowds it to the  doors every  Sunday, enabling  him  to drive about with a liveried  chauffeur and live in somewhat princely  style." It is  difficult  to   believe   in  the absolute sincerity of the  Seattle  spellbinder.     His methods are those  of the  charlatan,   always   with   the  primary object of "getting his  name  into,the newspapers.    He finds that  preaching    on   the  alleged    white  slave traffic is profitable, hence   the  A Christmas Carol  The moon that now is shining  In skies so blue and bright,  Shone ages eince on shepherds  Who watched their flocks by night;  There was no sound upon' the earth, .  The azure air was still,  The sheep in quiet clusters lay  Upon the grassy hill.  But the star that shone in Bethlehem  . Shines still, and shall not cease,  And we listen still to the tidings.  Of glory and of peace.  tnMWV  Offered a Good Suggestion  "With a pocket knife and a pistol," he said, "I feel .sure that I  could go into the woods and support myself.'.'  "Whydon't you try it?" his wife  asked. '���' "That would . 1c. vc- me  with only   the  children' to  provide  for."   ���   Probably Idea Is Right  Two    traveling   men   reached  small   place   ir, Alabama,,, late   onej passionate sermons.  It is nearly time the white  "What we have we hold" can  applied to the "silverware" held  Phoenix hockey club.  be  by  I?  IXr*  The tango may be all right, but  the lockstep continues in vogue in  most of our penitentiaries.  h-  ' The towns of the Boundary   have  - more -hockey  enthusiasts  than   are  , to be found in any other portion   of  the interior of British Columbia.  "Hi *  Jj'fi'i?   �� ,  , ;';.One thing, is certain; there is not  '*" as ^ much^ money by." half .leaving  " Phoenix for outside 'real, estate  "Jr" * ^ ^'"-vestments as'there* was  m-  yearJ or  "YYYY whether you.feed'him or1 not.���Kiel-  *��gg (Idaho)" Record:    - ~ "  evening   and   found   there   was   no  room to be had at  the   hotel.    The  proprietor did   not   want   to  disappoint them,   as  they   were  regular  patrons, so  he   told   them   that  he  would send some  bedding over   to  an old' church he   had  just   bought  and make them   as   comfortable   as  possible there.    About midnight the  whole   town   was   startled   by   the  furious ringing of the   church   bell.  An old colored   man   was  sent   by  the proprietor to see what   was' the  matter.    Soon he  came  shambling  back.       "Massa   Boss,"     he    ex-  claimed.-   "Massa Boss!" les* cam'  yo'self.     "'Twan't    nothin', but  de  gemmen   in   pew  26  ringin'   fo'  a  drink!"  What John A. Missed  How time flies!" Jt is "only 22  years since Sir John ,MacdonaId  passed off the- scene, "and ?yet, Sir  John never dodged' an automobile,;  never' heard the stuttering of/a* mo-  tor byke,- never * held a' strap, iri- a  trolley- car, never" .posted a 4 letter  regularlyjor less'than three.'cents,*  never listened to the squeaky-* voice  of a' phonograph, ".never- saw-an  aviator capering around; in' the at-  'mosp'Kere, never dispatched a' message by wireless, and naver was  kept awake at night by  the  frantic  slave  bogey was laid to rest.    Vice there  is in plenty, here   and   everywhere,  but white slavery is the   result of a  distorted imagination.     It is  possible that in the cities of Chicago and  New    York   young    women    have  beeu forced to a life  of shame, but  it has been shown that with a   very  few   exceptions   the   women    who  make their living  that   way   do  so  voluntarily.     The  grim   stories  of  women being'held captive are  true  only of the large   cities,    but  that  such conditions were 'true   in   Vancouver  five  years   ago  cannot   be  taken seriously.    Dr. Mathews bubbles over with good advice  regard  ing what  Vancouver should do   to  cleanse itself, but one  cannot  help  believing   that he   should   confine  himself to His own problems..���Saturday Sunset'.'     - '}  '  The idea is spreading that no  man has a * right to bring more  children into the world than he can  support properly. 'To do otherwise is to impose upon the community.���Kingston Standard.  Women' and Flowers  Is a protection and guarantee  against alum which is* found in  the low priced baking powders.  To be on the safe side when buying  baking powder, examine the label and  take only a brand shown to be made  from Cream of Tartar.  JS  A beautiful woman without-love  or brains is like a flower without  perfume.���Ruskin.  e  No. 36, A.F. and A.M.  Regular communication at 8  p.m. - Second Thursday of  ' ~'f     each month..  "    ^  " ,    '  Emergent meetings as.called; Masonic  Hall, McHale Block. '     -  Palmer J. Cook,  Jas. E. Carter, W.M.  /-" Secy.  The population of India is over  seven ���limes as large as that of the  United Kingdom.  Nearly sixteen and a,half million  tons was the world's production of  sugar for 1912.  Shoes that  We make a specialty of Miners'  Shoes; good fit, nice shape, and  nothing but the best of stock used  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  NICKJPALORCIA,.  Knob Hill Ave; .     Phoenix, B.O.  vw  �� I �� I ��  CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES FOR CHILDREN  Innumerable Toys, Guns, Dolls. .Everything: suitable  for Christmas Tree Decorations, Children's Games, and  all kinds of Fancy China. Call today and Inspect.  FINS SELECTION OF GANQNG'S CHOOOLATE6, FANOY BOXES  The Best Grade of Havanna Cigars.  Antonio Cervo     knob hill avenue  m  ,1-tT ?" *���  V,-  ivs;  The Prince of Monaco reports nowJing ofan "emergency  that he was unable to find any real  cowboys in the west. Most of the  kind'he was looking for are down  in. Connecticut working for the  moving picture concerns.  I. O. O. F.  Greenwood    utclg'e  JLinC  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 8.45 a.m. y  .  \-   '" w"    " lower town,   9.00 a.m. {Standard Time  F.    .    .      * c-        j t- '   Leave Greenwood ;      < 3.00 p.m. 1 ' " '  irst-class Fir and Tarn- - ---        .        ���.'       ����w^.m. } ._-      .      .  aracWood, $6.00 per cord PROMPT ATTENTION  TO  EXPRESS AND FREIGHT  Pine Wend, $5.00 per crd j     FUL|_ER> Pr0prietOr  VS3 -  m,  ��� The municipal election in Phoenix  is less than a month away, and yet  there" is "nothing stirring." This  speaks well for the present mayor  and board of aldermen, who. have  evidently conducted the affairs of  the city upon lines that have met  with "the  general   approval of  the  people.   ���   They" want ' better accommodation.at the New Hazelton depot  When the baggage car stops at the  platform it brings the passenger  coach opposite the water tank  Jumping off at a water tank is all  right for a hobo, but when a passenger pays full fare he does not  take kindly to it.  The Indian maidens up around  Hazelton have, taken to Bleaching  their hair with paroxide, and with  the coming fad the dfug stores are  doing an increased business. A  couple of the newly made blondes  went'down to the'coa%t recently,  and they were trie center of attraction. The change makes a big improvement on the girls, it is said.  Before another issue of The Pio-  60   YEARS-  EXPERIENCE  Tbade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c  Anyons leading a sketch and description nay  Qulcklr Mcerutn our opinion free whether an  Inrentlon la probably j--"-���*���    tloni Btriotly conOdentl  sent ttee, Oldest anmorxor ��  I'AtenU. taken tbroosh Me _.  92 tttai nottce, without charso, iu tbe  f  Mmffl&Emtitm.  M bandDOffiOly Ulurtratod weekly.  largest ct*.  eilMtPBW any aelentlflo Journal.   Terms tot  anaa&#M& a yeat, postage prepaid.   Sold by  ait newsdealers.'���,���      :  Branch OOce, ��S V BU, WaabJagton. V. C.  EXTENSION OP TIME  NOTICE is hereby given 4hab  the  time for the1 reception  of7 teridens for  the construction of wharfs afe1 Victoria  Harbour, B. C, is extended to -JFhnvs  day, January 8, 1914. '      .._-*'������-.*-'   ^  By Order"   "K  ,' '  R. C. DESROCHERS,  Secretary  Department of Public Works,    .'"  Ottawa, December 0,1913.  *?>**> <at��lf'  Smiling  Faces  greet the coming��� of a case of  PHCENIX BEER  WHY?  Because the Beer is so g"ood  and wholesome it brings tlie  smile.  ' 'PHONE 23  PHOENIX BREWING CO..  LIMITED  Snowshoe Lodse  No. 46  Meets every Monday Evening at  Miners' Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  E. Er Barnes, Noble Grand.  Wm. Oxley,-Pin. Secy.  Sam McLeod, Rec. Secy.  Daughter* of Rebekah  Phoenix Lodge No. 17  Meets in   the   Miners'   Union   Lodffe  Hall First and Third Wednesdays.  Mrs. Owens, Noble Grand  Mrs. Mary McKenzie^ Seon&uy.  FRATERNAL ORDER  -     OF EAGLES  Phoenix Aerie No. 158  aieets in Union Hall, Friday Evenings.  Visiting brothers are always welcome.  Quitman Work, W. P.  James Wbib, W. Secy.  K, of P. Lodge,  No. 28  Fir and Tamarac, uouble cut,  per cord,"$7.00.  WOOD  DELIVERED  NOTICE.  ON   SHORT  'Phone B32  Forshaw  Phoenix,  B.O.  Meets Tuesday Evening at 7.80.  Sojourning brothers cordially wel  corned.  J. E. Carter, C. C.  Chas. McKay, K. of R.S.  PYTHIAN SISTERS  ���Mountain Temple Lodge No. 17  Meots in Pythian Hall, Lower Town  Second and Fourth Thursdays.  ���..,    -,,   . j,^ . Mrs.JfaryMcKenzie  Miss Morfydd Batotnan, M.R.O.  M.K.C.  RECO STEAM LAUNDRY  The machinery in our Laundry has  recently been completely over-hauled,  and we are now in a position to give  our pations tbe utmost satisfaction in  all kinds- of laundry work at the niobt  liberal rates.  We w���ash  Everything   but  the  Baby.  A Trial Solicited.  Phone SO.   Dominion A^e.  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 years  at an annual rental ef $1 an acre. Not  mora tohan 2,66�� aerea will be leased to  ope applica��t.  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant in person te the  Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in  which the rights applied for are situated. ^  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsur-  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.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being opeiated, such returns should be furnished at least once  a year.  The lease will include the coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available  surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at the rate of $10.00 an acre.  For  full    information    application  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of tlie Interior, Ottawa,  or to any Agent or Sub-A gent of Do-  I minion Lands. '   .  j ��� W. W. CORY,  i Deputy Minister of the Interior.  i    N.B.���Unauthorized   publication  of  i this advertisement will not be paid for.  Send in Your Stationery Orders and  Holiday Printing to the  Phoenix Pioneer  THE HOME OF  ARTISTIC  A BUSINESS MAN IS  KNOWN BY THE  OUALITY OF PRINTING HE USES  Our Stock of Stationery is the Best that can be procured in  Canada, and our Workmanship will meet with your approval  Why Not Have Your Stationery  Printed by Us?  We make a specialty of Letterheads, Envelopes, Billheads,  Note Heads, Memos., Visiting Cards, Menus, Posters,  Wedding Invitations, Check Books, By-Laws,  and in fact anything done with Printers'  INK AND PAPER  No Job Too Large, None too Small  $2.00 per Year in Advance.        $250 per Year to U. S.  ZSfrtA.4 V"  ,6;��^fei?.^^  "��� V "���'Vs..i-t  -^rjJiwflT^^OT-r "^irra1* itnrtc  VnOITWJKT"  <T*�� V  -*r"*  **r&*1��mkWiHWw*a*iMmminMti& &*,  iTHE   PIONEEE,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  Igfltl @i  ^fiS^SN1^   Napoleon so said. A man  is&wiaia^SP with a weak stomach is  i pretty sure to be a poor fighter. It is difficult���  almost impossible���for anyone, man "or woman,  if digestion''is poor, to succeed in- business or  socially���or to enjoy life.    In tablet or liquid form  Dr. Pierce's  helps weak stomachs to strong, healthy action-  helps them toditfest the food that makes the good,  rich, red blood-wbich nourishes ��� the entire body.  This vegetable remedy, to a great extent, puts  tho liver into aetivky��� oils the machinory of  the human system so that those who spend 1 heir working hours at the desk,  behind the counter, or in the hemo are rejuvenated into vigorous health.  Ha�� brouirht relief to many Ihoacmida every year fur over forty yearn. It can  relieve you and doubtless rcsboro to you your former health and utrenffth. At  Isaatyou owp It to youiuolf to jrivc it u trla!vKi.)il by I lci!lch:o Der.lers or Bend SOefor  trial box of Tabloto���Or. Pierco'u in vali uVTIotol tic Siintieiil Institute. BafTalo,N.Y.  You can havo Dr. Plcros's Common Sensa r.lic!sr.i Advtjar cJ 1003 Pages for 31c.  Concentrates  Rossland   will   have    a  hockey team this winter.  ladies'  The  Queen's Hotel  COMPLETELY REFURNISHED AND   REFITTED  We beg to announce the reopening of the Queen's Hotel.    This  >���.    popular hotel has been  completely refitted throughout;,  everything new and up-to-date.    Large lofty rooms,  heated with hot water.   Perfect fire appliances.  Night and Day Service  Patrons of this hotel will  find  in  il all  the, comforts ol  home.  Perfect satisfaction is assured all our guests.     It is  the most centrally located hotel in town.  Bar Stocked with Best Wines, Liquors, Cigars  N  Counterfeit Bank of Montreal $20  bills are in circulation in Vancouver.  The provincial Poultry Association will'meet at Vernon next year.  The present general fine weather  is making plowing possible around  Lethbridge.  Vernon has'voted against increasing the number .of aldermen  from five to seven.  There is said to__be asjnuch nutrition in five cents worth - of beans  as there is in a dozen eggs.  JL. W. Shatford, M. .P. P., and  wife are on their way" home from  their extended European tour.  A railway is to be built on Graham Island,' and will be financed by  San Francisco and Portland capital.  .The new hotel at fort George  just completed is said to- be* one of  the best in the province. L It has 97  bedrooms.  with millionaire councillors is being  discussed by society' on the big  C. P. R. hill. *     '  Several hundred masts are being  'made and. shipped from lumber  mijls in the state of Washington  for the Panama-Pacific Exhibition  at San Francisco. They are of fir,  some of them 125 feet high, aad  they will be placed around the  grounds and buildings to fly the  decorative flags, standards and  penants that will be parts of the  general color and decoration scheme  of the exposition.  The work of the Vancouver  board of trade in endeavoring to  secure the bringing of the Yukon  gold to the Vancouver assay- office  had its effect. The bulk of this  gold is handled by two banks, the  Bank of B.< N. A. and the Canadian  Bank ofj[Commerce,Tthrougli their  agencies in"]'Dawson. Gold taken  out by the 'Guggenheims is sometimes deposited with a distinct' understanding that it be shipped to  some United State's point. Much  of the gold that now goes to Vancouver formerly went]to Seattle.  Hotel Brooklyn    X  The Only First-Class and Up-To-Date  Hotel in Phoenix.     New from cellar?  to roof.     Best7Sample Rooms in the ���  Boundary,  Opposite   Great  Northern  Depot.    * v   v     Modern Bathrooms. ���  STEAM HEATED.  O. D. Bush, Prop.  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix, B.C.  ')    T'St  Billy Sunday Is jiolSlouch  HARTMAN & WALSH, Props.  I FIRST STREET AND KNOB HILL AVENUE  A  Your Milk Supply  Should come from healthy and vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  in inner Saparated Cream insures purity and  quality. The Dairy produces both.  THE  DAIRY      J.W. Hannam, r op.  Proper Clothes for Men  ^gggg^kssmsmsWs^ssssssWsWassVsssmm^ssmWssssWsWasss^s^^  SPECIAL ORDER SAMPLES  FOR FALL  Are now ready for Inspection.     Make your  choice   while- the   assortment   is   complete  Mrs. George Gunn, wife of the  provincial constable at Trout Lake,  died at Nelson last week of paralysis.    She was 40 years of age.  Robert - Keffer, son   of  Frederick  Keffer, of Greenwood, has been ap-  . . .  . .      i  pointed   assistant   mining   engineer  at the Stewart mine   near   Kellogg,  Idaho.  Montgomery Ward,' who   gained  a fortune as a pioneer  in   the, mail  order business in Chicago,   died   of  pneumonia last Sunday  at  the age  of 70 years.  Until April no immigrant laborers  skilled or unskilled, can land at any  port in British Columbia. This was  decided by an order in council pas-  bed .by the Ottawa government on  Decemher 8th.  Eggs ,10-the uumber 26,000,000  are held, in cold storage in Montreal. Fresh'laid eggs-in-that city"  are selling at 75 cents" per dozen.  Cold storage eggs vary from ,33 to  37 cents per dozen at wholesale.    ">  Owing to the fact that a young  man, perhaps one of the brightest  iu Vancouver, was in the habit of  smoking cigarettes, he was   refused  a position as Sunday school teacher I tne'morning and started the fires"  in the Presbyterian church of thatjand then after 'scb0oI I swept our  c,ty" /the rooms, and sometimes it didn't  The United Verde Copper com-1 take me over a few minutes to do  pany is building as a part of its that either But I stuck to it and  new works at Jerome,   Arizona,   a j succeeded, just as every one of  you  boys and girls can do.  When Billy'Sunday attended the'  state Sunday school convention at  Williamsport, Pennsylvania, he  was called upon to address the students of Dickinson Seminary. Here  are a few of them:  "When you leave this school with J  a diploma, rolled up and tied with  pink ribbon, under your arm, you  will find this world is" a wise old  guy and you must produce the  goods before he even knows you are  alive.  "Learn to do the common  things  in the uncommon  way.     I  am   not  going to preach  to you and ask you  to put a cold storage plant of advice  in your   brain,   and   keep   it   there;  what 1 want to do   is to tell   you   a  few of the things that you ought   to  do. . A  school   that  don't  make   a  better^boy or a better girl  out of its  students is^no good, but it is partly  up to you to'see that you are better  boys and'girls.  '"'When I was fourteen years of  age out in a little town in Indiana I  went to school and asked to work as  a janitor before and after school  hours.     I arose   at   two-o'clock   in  d; l. Mcelroy  vSOLE AGENTS FOR PRINCETON COAL  Dealer in Lumber, Shingles, Lath  and Cedar.Poles. Stull Laggan.  First-Class Fir & Tamarac Wood.  MOVING MACHINERY OUR SPECIALTY  .  If Tired of Wood, try Princeton Coal  XMAS SPECIALS  Mince meat, finest quality, 20 cents perJb.  Chedped Suet, 20c. per lb., two lbs. for 3* cts.  Oysters on shell, 75c. per dozen.  Eastern Oysters, SOc a pint.  Olympia Oysters, 75c a pint.  Fanoy New Zealand butter, 46c. per lb. ���  Empress Creamery butter, 40c per lb. two lbs. for 75c  �� " ��      per box $5.  TURKEYS,   QEE8E   DUCKS,  P. BURNS & CO., LTD.  ,  Wholesale' and Retail Butchers and Produce Merchants  -���'<: ��� PHOENIX, B.C.       PHONE 2  The Phoenix Club  N. J. Defchert, Prop.  Thos. Brown  "Eyerythjn.gr a Man  Wears"  CANADIAN  Are you i^oing to  the Old Country?  OR TO  ONTARIO, QUEBEC, NEW BRUNSWICK  NOVA SCOTIA FOR XMAS?      ,  The "Home Polks" will bo glad Lo seo you, bnt further pleased if when  you detrain at your "Homo Town" you arc feeling refreshed nnd comfortable after your long journey. The Canadian Pacific equipment  and service always leave that satisfied feeling.  CALL TODAY  and- let us arrange everything for you, thus removing many of the  little worries incidental to "getting away." Tickets dn sale to the  Old Country daily throughout November and December, final return  limit five months. Tickets on sale to the Eastern Provinces throughout December, final return limit three months (with privilege of extension.) Reduced rates from all Kootenay points to all points east  (in Canada.)   Your choice of routes.    Stop overs.  From Phoenix to  Toronto, $96 90.    Montreal, $1 Ol .90  chimney which is believed to be the  tallest steel stack in the world. It  is 30 feet in diameter and 400 feet  in height.  Paul Spintlum, the Indian murderer, was executed at Kamloops  last Friday. He mounted the scaffold with a smile on his lips and  like a stoic he met death. To to  the hangman his last words were:  "I die for the crime of another  man."    Death was instantaneous.  The Carnegie library in Vancouver is becoming too small for the  city. It is suggested that the  property be sold and that another  library should be built somewhere  else. It is thought Mr. Carnegie  would raise no objection to the  change.  Herman J. Rossi of Wallace,  Idaho, and Wm. Merks of Butte  have transferred a controlling interest in the Stanley mine in the  Coeur d'Alene district. The consideration is reported at $30,000,  but the names of the purchasers  have not been given out.  Shaughnessy Heights in Vancouver may secede from Point  Grey and become a municipality all  its own. If it separates it will be  one of the wealthiest municipalities  in Canada, and the pleasant prospect of having   a   millionaire   reeve  "Years ago the Big Four Railroad  had all of its cars painted a certain  line of red and when their master  painter died he carried the secret of  the paint-mixing with him and they  couldn't fill his place. He succeeded in life because he_did the common thing, of painting a box car in  a little different and better way than  the other man.  "Don't be an empty bucket dipping into an empty well; have a  definite airii in life. Don't be one  of those things to join the crowd  and simply count one more among  them. All .that those kind of people  are good for are danger signals to  warn others."  PIPES, CIGARS, TOBACCOS, CIGARETTES  BEST BRANDS ALWAYS ON HAND.  Special Line of the Famous Haid Chocolates  r- Smokers' Supplies.       Soft Drinks  ENGLISH BILLIARDS,   POOL,   BOWLING ALLEYS  What Did She Mean?  At a recent wedding a baby had  shrieked without intermission, to  tlie great annoyance of the giiests,  etc. As the bridal party was leaving the church a slight delay occur-  ed; one of the guests seized the  opportunity to say to the first bridesmaid: "What a nuisance babies  are at a wedding!" "Yes indeed!"  answered the bridesmaid angrily.  "When I send out the invitations to  my wedding, I shall have printed in  the corner, 'No babies expected.' "  Now what did she mean?  The Central Hotel  NEAREST HOTEL TO FAMOUS GRANBY MINES  ���   FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION FOR  MINERS  Bar Stocked with the Finest Line of Wines, Liquors, Cigars  A. O. Johnson    -    -    -    Proprietor  p  The Butte Hote  LOWER TOWN  ��l. E. CARTER, J. V.  AGENT, PHOENIX, B.C. DIST.  MURPHY,  PASSENGER AGENT,  NELSON, B.C,  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  Sent  to any part of  the  Dominion for $2.00 a year.  SWMHiiiMiiiiiii  Bar stocked with the Finest of Italian Wines.  Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars.  STEAM HEATED THROUGHOUT  Rooms Furnished, Clean, and Well Ventilated.  ��*a  (DO YOUR FUR BUSINESS DIRECT ivllh the largest house In the World  dealing exclusively In AMERICAN. RAW FBRS   [Get "More Money "for your FURSJ  SUSP YOUU FURS TO "SUDBEBT"  1 "reliable���rcspo lsihle ���r-r.fe���FurHouso with an unble    ished rep-,  Jutaiion existintr  '" ''more t'.'.:in nauartorof p.century." a Ionprsuc-j  v^lcessful record ot" st-.ndiug fur Shippers prompt���SATISFACTORY';  SAND PROFIT.'' HI. 15 returns.    Write for "Eftc feftubei't ��>bf��ptr." ;  |tho only reliable r.i.v u.-are market report and price list published.!.  l.'r.Hs for ii���KOW-ifn FREE 'i  AV-    Q'C-JJ IP'1?F?T   !,,,,   25-27 WEST AUSTIN AVE.?  .      .   rt.  Zitll I iJ-V..t\ I 5 InC. Pent. 542 CHICAGO. U.S.A.!  LUCIANI &VICHARY, PROPS.  .jn-lt^r-��-j-j.- JV-O-  ���.-..-.CT.-.,:..--^.*�����-, -~��~.-��. �����������~�� ���T|,f  Insurance Agent  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE GLASS,  COMMISSIONER FOR TAKING  AFFIDAVITS  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX, B'-C, But 4'"   ''*    '  YJY \   - Y '  r  j*  THE   PIONEEfc,   PHOENIX,   S&ITISB   COLUMBIA.  fj i'  (1,   t    ^ J.  l��     sv- *  Phone 56 P* O, Box 309  ^ McKAY & KNIGHT  Grocers and Provision Merchants  (���Next Door to Drug Store)  V," J,  In wishing our kind Patrons the  Compliments of thfe Season,  we wish to thank them for their  kind support  i  OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE.  VISIT THE STORE OF QUALITY TODAY  SUITABLE CHRISTMAS  PRESENTS  Stationery  and   Fancy   Goods,   Fancy   'Xmas  Cards and Papetries.  Waterman and Moore Fountain Pens, Kodaks  tr, \   and Premo Cameras, Violins, Banjos,  Mandolins, Accordeons and  .   ,. Mouth Organs.  Pipes and Smokers' Sundries.  Fancy Chinaware, Work Baskets, Ladies' Handbags and Purses, Souvenir Burnt Leathep Goods,  Children's Picture Books, Big Line of Toys and.  Dolls, New Year's Calendars and Cards at  Alm^wiiM^   BOOK AND STATIONERY  x^j.v.'t*ris;.-;",   -'.f.'. YiJ^^^s<"7-^^: i-,, > "* ���>, ��v5WREi .'     Upper Town  ^mY'--'Y<Yi''*.���%* v ~Y     Y'^YY^'"-'Y      i. '-  %'-"       "    V ^ -        '    ��� - ~-  ITS-'        ��       /"  ^  Miners' Union Opera House  ^:^'fc^r     PROGRAM FOR    '"W; ^'-a"  -  I**',"'-..  i*Ul      ^      -  k hi ~  l��;v   -  THE CLEVER COMEDY FEATURE  TN TWO  REELS, ENTITLED  'The Love Chase"  VOCALIST���Miss LILLIE PICTHALL.  Full Orchestra. Prices as Usual.  Adults, 1  fUiilHrmi    under 12 years  tiniiaren, (First 6 rows)  Church Services  i"   "i-  ���St.  John's Church���Sundays: Holy  Convmuuion, 8a.m.; Matins, 10.30 a.m.;  Holy Communion and sermon, 11 a.m.;  , Sunday school, 3 p.ni,; Evening ser-  ��� vic<s 7 30. "Week days: Matins, 7.30;  ;" Evensong, 7.30.  \ The stated services in the Cajtholic  church.are as follows: First and third  Sundays in the month. Mafjs at* 10  a.in., Sunday School at' 2.30 pm.;  Evening. Service at 7.30 p.m. Rov.  Fat her Choinel, pastor.  Methodist Church ��� Sunday school  an<l Bible class, 2.30 p.m.; evening service, 7.30 p.m. Prayer meeting, Thurs-  , day evening, at 7.45 p.m.    Rev. A. T.  ��� Bell,  St. Andrew's church (Presbyterian)  ���Service,  Sunday nc>xt, Dee.  21st, at  7:30 p. m��� Sunday school at 2 p.m.  AH  ^ welcome.    Rev. J, R. Munro, minister.  MILK AND CREAM  The rich quality of our Milk and  Cream i.s gaining new patrons  for lib daily. We solicit a trial.  Delivery made to any part of the  city.     Mail us a card.  The. PHOENIX DAIRY  W. A. McKay & Sons, Prips.  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Lxprcss and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders.      Phone A65  James G. McKeown  The Strathcona Hotel  NELSON, B.O.  Steam Heated Throughout  The Finest Accommodation for  the Travelling Public.  DONINGROOfOT    SERVICE  UNEXCELLED.  Nine Well-Lighted  Samplerooms.  Phone 12  JAS.   MARSHALL,  PROP.  Local and General  Choice eastern eggs 40 cents a dozen  at P. Burns & Oo.  Strictly fresh eggs 75 cents a dozen.  McKay & Knight.  Jack McCormick was down to  Grand Forks Wednesday.  Mrs. Geo. Elkins and children arrived home from Spokane last Wednesday. ,  ' Japanese oranges 75 cents per .box  at the Big Store.  Mrs. Roy Price will leave next week  from James Marshal to Orrin D. Bush  for the Brooklyn Hotel, and the other  is from Chas. Hagan to James McArdle for the licence of the Knob Hill  Hotel.  James Marshall, who is now .running the Strathcona Hotel at Nelson,  came over to Phoenix fo a few days  this week on business and to meet his  jniany old friends. The Strathcona  since Mr. Marshall and his wife have  taken it over is not excelled by any  hotel in the interior, and the house  has become a very popular stopping  place with the traveling public.  Andrew Stonewall is here from Kettle Valley, and will remain in Phoenix  I during the winter.   Stonewall will be  for Pullman, Wash., an a visit.  Miss Lena Laroux was up to Phoenix j a valuable acquisition to the  Phoenix  Ski club.   At the^Jlossland carnival  F  from Grand Forks during the week.  Mr. and Mrs. Showlander and children left Friday for Portland, Oregon'.  Mrs. Annie McDonald arrived in  Phoenix Tuesday from Vanconver.  The windows in the Miners' Union  dance hall have been 'fitted up with  lace curtains.  Elmer Ness, propriator of the hotel  at Christina lake, was in town the  first of the week.  Mrs. Bert Schrock left Thursday to  spend the holidays with relatives,  south of Spokane.  A meeting of the Intermediate  hockey team will be held at the Club  Sunday evening.  J.   E. Thompson was over to t'ne  coast cities during the week.   He re-1  turued home.Thiusday evening.  J. H. Spurgeon, fireman on the G.  N., has returned from h's trip to Seattle, and is back on his old job.  The Phoenix public School closed  yesterday for the holidays," and will  open again on Monday, January 5tb.  Our shops will be closed on Christmas Day, and from 12 o'clock noon on  December 26th.    P. Bums & Co., Ltd.  Phoenix Rebekah Lodge initiated  six candidates last Wednesday evening, and held a' social session afterwards.  D. L, McElroy went down to Vancouver this week, being summoned to  the bedside of his brother who had  been fatally injured. ,  F. S. Norcross, superintendent of  the B. C. Copper company, is taking  a month's ��� vacation, and has gone  back to Michigan.*     ',..-��� >  -' Miss, CMuftro, daughter of Rev.  and Mrs. J. R. "Munro/ returned1 last  Saturday from Vancouver, where" she  has been attending school.      - ,  , At the Strathcona Hotel, in .Nelson  on.-Christmas Day a. special dinner  will be served, with orchestra in attendance. The dinner' wilt' be -" followed by "a dance. -_���  "   ��>        ���;*,'"  * Teddy  Horrell    returned   Tuesday'  from Durham, England, where he has  been_ on ,"a visit for  several  months.  His brother returned with bim.  j    Walter Lefurgey,   who left here a  month ago to visit his sister in  Van-  ��ouver, has taken a position with' the  Granby company on   Tuxedo Island,  and is delighted with the country up  there.  A. W. Smith,' conductor on the  Great Northern on the Phoenix-Grand  Forks run, is taking a few days layoff  and will go cast as far as Fernie. C.  L. McSpurn is relieving him.  Nick Palorcia has installed a machine in his shoe shop for doing finishing work. It is run by a small  motor. Mr. Palorcia has been laid up  with a sprained wrist for some time,  but is again able to look after business,  The Phoenix Ski club will give their  annual dance in the Miners' Union  hall on the night of December 31st,  New Year's Eve. The Ironsides five  piece orchestra will supply the music.  This dance should be well patronized  and the boys given every possible encouragement.  At the next meeting of the board of  licence .commissioners of  Phoenix  to  be held in  January   two applications  transfer   will   come   up.   One  is  last winter he won first prize in the  long distance race, and first prize in  the half mile race. He made the seven  mile race in 65 minutes. Stonewall  and Engen were insrtumental in  starting ski jumping in Phoenix.  The moving picture shows at the  Miners' Union Opera house continue  to receive excellent patronage. But  there is a reason for this. No pains  aro spared to keep the show up io a  high standard, and special features  are procured whenever possible. This  week: a new vocalist in the person of  Fred A. Lynch made his appearadce.  Thursday night he sang "Last Night  was the End of the World,'[ and by  request, "On the Trail of the Lonesome  Pine."  -_ ���      s  Ivan G. Mitchell arrives  Winter's Cough Cure  For that nasty tickling Cough, or sore  bronchial tubes, this Cough Syrup fills  the bill.  Nothing but the balsam from Pine trees,  with a desirable medium, and absolutely  free from opiates.  50c. a Large Bottle  'Phone 31.  QUAIMCE, The Druggist  Ivan G. "Mike" Mitchell, who  tended goal for the Phoenix, champions last season, and who made an  enviable'record for himself, arrived  here Monday accompanied by his  wife. Mitchell has been carried as  spare for the Victoria hockey club,  and is still on Patrick's reserve list.  It required considerable effort to  induce him to come to Phoenix, but  his work was so satisfactory last  season that nothing was left undone  to bring him back.  He is in splendid condition and  will maintain the reputation he has  alreaday won. He and his wife are  dommiciled at the Brooklyn Hotel.  j Remuneration. Bylaw Passed  ,The remuneration bylaw, which  provides for. the payment of $500 to  the mayor and $200 to each of the  aldermen for their services during  1913, passed its^third reading at  the meeting of the council Wednesday night.  Transfer of Liquor Licence  To the Board of Licence Commissioners, Phoenix, B. C:  TAKE NOTICE that I intend to  apply to the Board of License Commissioners for the City of Phoenix,  B.C., at their next sitting, for a transfer ofthe Liquor License held, by me  for the Brooklyn Hotel, Phoenix, B.  C.,-to Orrin D. Bush, Phoenix,-B. C.  James Marshall.  Dated at Phoenix,   B.C.,   this  8th  day_ of December, 1913.  for  Transfer of Liquor Licence  To the Board of License Commissioners, Phoenix, B. C.  TAKE NOTICE that I intend to  apply to the Board of License Commissioners for the City of Phoenix, at  their next sitting for a transfer of the  Liquor License held by me for the  Knob Hill Hotel, Phoenix. B. C, to"  James McArdle, Phoenix, B. C.  Chas. Hagan,  Dated at Phoenix, B.C., this 8th day  of December, 1913.  Xmas Specials  For-those in doubt, we mention the following:  Nice Selection, up to Eight Inches in Diameter, mounted, in Solid  Nicklc, and very serviceable.  Caseroles and Bean Pots  Regular values, $2 to $2.75  Your Choice at SI .75 each Net  Silver Mounts, good values at  $6.75 to $13  Cut Glass  Eight Inch Bowls  $5, $6.50, $10 to $25  CoJogna Bottles, Sterling Mounts  $3.75 and up  Vases,  $3, $5, $10  Water Sets, Wine Sets, Creams and Sugars, etc.   ,  .A very Large Selection.  Silver Deposit Ware  Every Piece a work of Art, thatwill be> treasured for  -   .. years to come.  Vases,  $6 to $1 6  Creams and Sugars,  $8 per Pair and up  Salts and Peppers,  $2.75 to $5  Tea,Sets, Wine Sets, etc.     This ware must be seen  to be appreciated.  ' Jewellery  Large line of Rings, Brooches, Pendants, Cuff Links  Bar Pins, in Gold and Gold Filled.  We carry a much larger selection than is usual in small towns, and can  please your taste, as well as your pocketbook.  Ten Per Cent off for Cash.  E. A. Black, Jeweler  gAHfrBlMfi  =BB=  HOTEL BROOKLYN CHRISTMAS DINNER MENU  Blue Point Oysters on Half Shell  Celery Salted Almonds Stuffed Olives  Sliced Tomatoes       Sliced Cucumbers  Mock Turtle       Consomme  Kokanee Trout       Saratoga Chips  Lambs Tongue with Milinaise Sauce  Sweetbread Patties  " Fried Spring Chicken, Southern Style  Pineapple Fritters, Cherry Sauce  Vanilla Jelly with Whipped Cream  Jefferson Island Goose with Apple Sauce  Stuffed Young Turkoy, Chestnut Dressing and Cranberry Sauce  Prime Ribs of Beef and Yorkshire Pudding  Shrimp Salad, Mayonaise Dressing  Fruit Salad,~ Whipped Cream v  Brussels Sprouts       Cauliflower in Cream  Glazed Sweet Potatoes       Whipped Potatoes  Hot Mince Pie       Pumpkin Pie  Deep Apple Pie, Whipped Cream  Tutti Frutti Ice Cream       Plum Pudding, with Hard and Brandy Sauce  Angle Cake       Macaroons ~    'Xmas Cake  Mixed Nuts       Cluster Raisins       Palestine Figs  Japanese Oianges Ban. mas Apples        Grapes  Assorted Candies  Mac-latcn Imperial Chec se       Canadian Cheese  Cafe Ala Noir       T a       Coffee       Milk  DINNER���5 P.M. UNTIL 7.30 P.M.  REDUCED RATES  FOR  Xmas & New Year's  Holidays.  FARE AND ONE-THIRD  for the Round Trip  between ail  -  Stations  TO  OR. KELLEY  CURES  DISEASES  OF  MEN  DlNN.TiR, 75c.  ncouver  On sale December 20th to Jan. lbt.  Final return limit, Jan. 5th.  For further particulars, apply to any  C.P.R. Agent, or write  J. V. MURPHY,  Dist. Passenger Agent, Nelson, B.C  BY MODERN  METHODS  My Motto: Quick lasting cures guaranteed at Moderate Prices. Expert  Medical Examination Free. Free examination of urine when necessary.  Consult me���free. Don't delay. Delays are dangerous. Call or write.  Free booklet.    Everything confidential.  Hours:   9 a.m. to 8 p.m.  Sundays, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.  Dr. Kelley's Museum  210 HOWARD ST., SPOKANE  Pioneer Advertisers .  FOR YOO CHRISTMAS  SPECIALT) ES.        ^  I  Ms  *.v  IgSProgaaE^  ii-.**--

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