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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Feb 5, 1916

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 WPfi  fkK  Devoted io the i���*_     -I "    ' "       V ** *���*  SEVENTEENTH YEAR  Our BestBatfcalion  Bob   Pritchard  arrived   i���   town I    tu    _���           -~  ^-sday evening from  Kamlo��� L���*^ Was busy when ne,was  HeJS here visiting, his many frieX   ***ed'  /..Howare   the   markets?"  .4JCX ������ _       ,_     .....     _  ...  w#p_  ��nd incidentally  recmltii/j^  OneHundred  and  Seventy Sec���S -v   ' who: look^1>iSe  and   said:  fw_ r^   '       '^       ���   A   ."--~--^^- ^  battalion.     He   sta.es     _ ��      u ��U��g men "^ady; _irls   livelv    -     �� Kfl��Wn To Be Dead'   Fnnr  I.  s'"^ be up to rf^ Librarv ^ *       parted Missing  "bout 30 day..   OvJ m���       '" ?nuig:; mam*s�� "^ttJed, Awaiti^   ;       -,    r    ;    ;'Drary~-Conflagration Now Under  *?~ ��^"^ ^ ^ .    /     C���^Senate Side Is Destroyed.  regiment   is    called    the    r^r -    ^^  ��� ���yU'  -.ers, and will undouLd^"fcS^1'"-  ��&���^o��  " f0d aCCOlMlt ��f''-"selves   wCI^M. "1^'   St'"   ^    "own;  Via 'Longest Leased: .^  jbeeditor ^^ wh-he was ^ARLIAMEN-r BUILDING,  .Aaa;a .;'.- A ������������: :��� -; ^r^0Wfl&��m^  The  Phoenix/;'Pionb_r;^;1*A;:T.AA^^ j||  published   in  ihe:/ htij&&bb/-i'''l:'^  municipality  in : Canada---. /;'7/;5;"^:k^^^?^S^<^^^  Jias a population. 6f Ai;j5^A^-p;,vi'-A'-A'::'^^-^^^w^S  and possesses.!, firsfc-cl&sAi-'j^1 A;;/ A'-v,/-/Aii^AJ^Ai:,|^^^^^J  hotels, opera, house, sc_ool|tfA";|;^AA;^  Numb_r/30  "Unmoosicai" tale  tew   patriotic  Walker's Copper Letter  Copper continues strong and  it'yy/yx:yf'yi'iii.  .. '.-������.���pp.p.is.'/..rfraE  AAAAAA?:A1>A  - !  they are called   upon   to  meet  the  test.    There are several young- men  in Phoenix   who  are   eligible,   and  Bob will be pleased   to  have  them  call on him for any information and  enlist.    Col.   Vickers   will    be -  in  '"command, Major Wolfenden next in  command.  to   ?4<'     PC,lt rate of exchange       Phoenix Patriotic snr.W,'  |co   _-f^8   cent nouml      I?     ���       th* ���:     '      7    OJ,ci0ciety accepted  visible  snpp|ies  excepting  stationery  foolscap,      which"  tobacco,   very   low  is I  and  hold of."  Special Announcement  in qua���tities; that n^TC^ZT ^ ??*  CHOICE STEERS I HEIFERS  .Fore Quarter M*,       Hi8d'Q^,^ERS  M?.^JL0ra'n PeC,) Ha,f OT Wh��Ie ��^'5C.  MUTTON Nicev���uoaStock,bysW;  Iwi/I be abJe t0 prevenr   fi'    " " 'T' l'u'Jl^o,' an" the  f'ib^ary wil,|ikelyPbe  rv      ^^   the ~" or  ^   bIoc|e_     The  fbu^ed. ' 6d' bul  tf,e  Senate side of the  building i, no���?  " Teachers of the local public school  are-making an appeal-to ihe. pupils  to aid the Canadian   Patriotic   ''utid  il by giving, each month, sum> r mj,'-  i ing from five cents to twenty-five  J cents per pupil.  To do this they are   requested   to  Andrew Abrahamson, Ihe pio-ieer  mining man of Trout Lake, whp.)   is  spending the winter in   Revelstoke,  says there'is lots of silver and   lead  in the Trout Lake   mining   district.  The   Britannia  Mines   at    Howe  invented,   ���v. .u.tii; society accepted  pound.    Foreign   'he Piano to b�� raffled, paying  part  _   _   are  continuing 'to   height expenses.     Eholt.soreheads  decrease and so far this month there   ca,,ed a "'eeting and requested   the  has   been   a   heavy   falling    off  "in   return of the music box.   A ;    ������  exports, due lo   lack  of ships.    Ar, "A J- P. ^ that   hamlet,   Ecelmon  the moment it  seems   highly  prob-| by name- cited iaw here t0 the eflfect  able thai--�� ��' " ' that the trustees could   not  dispose  ofthe  instrument.     So   far  it  has  not   been reluraed, arid   Eholt   had  better take up a collection and   buy   A  a Jew's  harp   and   accordeon���it's  their next move.  m  /(/AAA  ���;Afcf;  j^#*#fen  T __ :      :. - --"s vJtutjt, oy side      /   2*>*�� A  SHAMROCK LEAF LARD, 111��^^ ^i-<^  SAUERKRAUT, 15c. per '��*�� Mibs. fbri_<^  OYSTER SELECTS, SOc. Pint ? A  Practice self denial   as ties , l��  c ��� ^^"^  Mi"��  -tribute    eacb^^rrr'^S?   ,h-e  *.**<��>  I ernm . ���'_"��� f'F"1* or s, vedicity  tor   trea  ! tha, ,hi. .^   .,t_." '? n��l '��"' ""  be  i"^ed  contribute    each   month    ���,���tf    i    1.1   ���      , ���-."^^,uw_     In^  "*- rr- .^- ^.r. ^ir^js?s__r <x  spend otherwise      lf ;��� _".T:"M . "I."LCdr'^" '^16   the   capacity \vili  s that this should increase the^ fina, cial  I burden the parents are already �� lied  ,upon to bear in connection ��iih the  (war;but,   that   ^   the   pract5c0of  r?:: dper!,aI and sacrifice, nil of the  ^.children mav ricl-tli,  r������i'��L,l   .  -  .:,.>    ,           -u,-'"-e.  an   ot    the  5h���dren may rightly, feel'^triat rihay  i"T   ��  the gVe.at  ca"s'e   by " assist-1 over  whosSe-  breadwiimers     are ���' absent /   .So  P. BURNS & CO. LIMITED   ���....��� - ���..���������.���- r  -       ��� ���.-.���. .iiijv.10      ��� .   die  fisrhting- our common battle.  The most important rules govern  'mg-the contributions   to   this   "  follow:  1.  All contributions to be   purely  voluntary  to 2800 tons daily.  The cost of producing copper at the  mine is 7.3 cents per pound, which,  with .the exception of the Utah  Copper Co., is the lowest production  cost of "any copper mine., wOutp,ut  at present ra���te4is�� 1^2,OOOiOOpj,lbs; a  y��*f��?{';{J.Cis estimated Uiaf there- are  over 200 million tons cf ore   on   the  1. Some*of the finest samples of ore  ever brought to Princeton are on  exhibition at E.    S".    Silcox'n   office,  according to      t, Similkameen   Star.  The ore is galena /sud il is fiom  ab'e Uiat a shortage^'_ ^r ^  soon make it necessary for Europ.au  "��nufac,urer_ to curtail   their   am  munmon making activities.  Eu ope       coiisumers   st.u y  "'at the copper market is more or  'ess artificial and summaries of est!  -ates have been compiled recent I  to show that tl,nr���   ��� v.cluJy  "'at tnere  :s  now   1   07n  000^00 pound Surp,usirtheah;7l-  of  producers.    The   facts  that   the  -ding producin_ com *;  -"sing lo  sen   COpper   for  delivery   to   their   old��bt   and Y  ciistomer,, that they-have advanced  roafheSH�� ^'^^P poiat'ever paid  that they are,BVoduci��;^:^���^;-y^..^.,  /i  ���;���. ���      ���.'���".  May Call" the Bluff  In all probability the bet offered by  one of Trail's supporters at;a recent/  match in   Gre^e.n'iv6dd,;/.will/Areceiye;:''  the attentiop/pfA/local:'"'  ":':'V!  '/\/;  1  :''pl:.-p>  //���I  :yl:'y  m  1  Celtic   Chief,    on   the   west  2.   No  pupils   permitted"  .     ,         ......        ,v^?i,       CiJU    ,.U  Treasure mountain in Summit Camp  There is ten inches ol this ore in the  the .������..���  end   of/ fi'Jed orders, etc.^vouTd^be equaJllV P^S;f--��S'  ^ / teachers'   the : symptoms;  valuable and interesting.  ,      _   ,v v..^.^.   vi    (.1113   U1C   111    UIC  p.ls   permitted-to   give   tunue, that it> beiag. driven|   beside_  twenty-five   cents    per   sev.prn, ��fr;nrr^.-      /-...:-.   -  The Big-  COLD WEATHER SUGGESTIONS:  These Cold Morning's a few Hot Cakes  go might good.  We have���  Red Ribbon Buckwheat and  Pancake FIgmp  Peacock Buckwheat ���  101b. Sacks of Eastern Buckwheat  Flour  more   than  month.  3: Begging money feom pareats  or others for- this purpose not-  tolerated.  4.  Pupils when  handing   in   con  ;��������� ..- u_ :.   .    .   .   ���   r  We also have a complete line of  Maple Syrup  PRICED FROM 50c. TO $1.50 A TIN  a  Call or 'Phone���You will be assured of the same  courteous attention.  tributions to be required to" inform  the teacher, in private, how the sum  was obtained.  5.  A careful record of each pupil's  contributions to be kept.  A   6.  Total amount  contributed . by  school   to   be   announced    in    local  paper monthly.  Practically all pupils of the school  have promised to endeavor to   contribute the  sum   of  ten   cents, per  month:    Names of all pupils   doing  better than this will   be   announced  each month.    Amounts contributed  by individual pupils will not be   announced,   as   this   might  embarass  those who have been   able   to   contribute but a small sum,  though   in  so doing they may have been  called  upon   for   a   greater  sacrifice   than  another   whose    contribution     was  larger.    This appeal to   the   pupils  has the approvol of the inspector- of  schools and   the   board   of   school  trustees.  several stringers. Quite a quantity !as you  of ore is on the dump ready to be'  shipped. Owing to the deep snow  and the difficulty of getting in supplies, work has been suspended  until spring. The property is  owned by Charlie Conell, E. S.  Silcox and Evan Thomas of Princeton and Mrs. M. M.' Robertson of  New York.  "* With copper   at  from   27   to  30  cents a pound, the reported   offered  prices in New York last Friday and  Saturday,     the     Granby     Mining,  Smelting   &   Power    company,   the  largest   copper    producer     in    the  British   Empire,   will     earn     about  I $900,000 net���a month, or at the rate  of about $6 a share, it   is  declared.  At the present rate of  production  the Anyox   smelter  is   turning   out  2,500,000 pounds of  blister   copper  monthly, and Grand   Forks   is   producing about  1.S00.000   pound-.',   a  total of 4,200,000 pounds a   month.  The cost  of  mining,   smelting  marketing is estimated by the  unci,    . ,~j.���f-v""-. .��� trtoasies  are stated-to be a high/> contagious  tt,     ,    ,        . j disease,,, ivhicb   causes"' almost    a->  Watch the w.dow; she's  as   wise  many deaths   as   scarlet   fever  and  "-    Are you wise? jdiptheria. '  ;ind  :om-  vvhich  Sport Notes  pany at S'^ cents   a   po.......    ..  makes the average net profit at   tli  market not less   than   20  prevailing  cents a pound.  Granby Shipments  The   following   are   the    monthly  shipping  FISH  Finnan Haddie  Black Smoked Cod  Smoked Salmon   -  Bloaters    -  Kippers      -  orrm, I iiorapson  Pft_ne 9 and 5    PHI  ���Himiwif l| iiydTlj  Phoenix   hockey   team    defeated  snipping    ligurei  Grand Forks'at that   town   January   Granby   mine   to   the  2S by a score of 5 to 1. smelter:  The Phoenix juvenile hockey team  defeated Fraud Forks juveniles by-  score of 2 to 1 on the same date.  Rossland   defeated    Phoenix     on  February 1 by a score of 2 to 1.  The annual competition of the  Boundary School Hockey league  was pulled off last Friday at Grand  Forks, following the senior g u'ie,  i win for Phoenix    if   -  figures ��� from    the    loca  resulting in  to 1. The cup was presented by  I"). I.. McKlroy to be computet; lor  every year.  January  February  March  Apri ��� ���  May 100,693  June in- nr"  July  August  September  October. .  November    >S2,  94.  Decemhei  Total  January,  l'-'K  l,0:v!,7^>   S.?,bJ2  '���JtiS!:^;^.'^"*"'-  A-:^ W^MB&tti  __BfM__l__l _!  __j___n__s  W_n__V_l!MC_��a nSU'v  Writsl&tA&WttVA'.  THE    PlOmftA,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  i*  If        .,':.  y/'-M  A^#!f  WOMEN OF CANADA.  Port Coulonge,' Quebec.���"I am happy  to tell you that your medicine did me  wonderful   good.  I   was  troubled  with weakness and  I tried wines and  other   things   but  received very little  benefit,    r <waa  young at the time  and Blew very little about medicines  till a lady friend  came to me with  a   bottle   of   Dr.  Pierce's    Favorite  Prescription.   I  became   strong  and   a  year  afterward   had   twins."���Mas.  J.  Brady, Fort Coulonge, Quebec.  Thousands of women right hero in  Canada who are now blessed with robust  health cannot understand why thousands  of other women continue-to worry and  suffer when they can obtain for a trilling  sum Dr.p Pierco's Favorite Prescription,  which will surely and quickly banish all  pain,' distress and misery and restcro the  womanly health. yj  Young mothers who preserve the  charms of face and figure in spite of aD  that  some  day   one   of   the   pedal  extremities of a fair resident will  catch'in a crack, causing her to  sprain or break an ankle,  If the council can not see its way  clear to do this, the expenditure of  50 cents on a ,few shingles would  remove all fears a dainty tripper  might entertajn of poking ber Trilby  between the planking and flounder-  ing around like a rat in a trap.  The matter is worth looking into.  There can be no excuse for not  remedying this defect���besides, it  .would show a laudable effort on  their part to aid the provincial  government in boosting the shingle  industry. Re tacks for affixing:  The clerk undoubtedly has a few  left over from his recent posting of  the voters' list. '  &*&+  increasing family and the care of arovring  children arc always to be envif *t. "Favorite Prescription" gives the 6tr���igih nnd  health upon which happy _o*;bprhood  depends, lb enables the mother to nourish the infant life depending on hr>r, and  enjoy the happiness of watching the'development of a perfectly healthy child.  ile'i  ��_��great book that every  '^wojkan should have.  *i~_,'!tft'r,'million  copies  of the  "TIm  ,-, e|sCommon Sense Medical Adviser"  p|:Qow in the hands of the people.   It ii  " 'pk thateveryonc should have and read  -^jOse^of accident or sickness."  jpl&ind fifty cents (or stamps) for mailing  , harges to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel  f Buffalo, N. Y., and enclose this notice  ���.....ftnd.you will receive by return mail, ali  K-eJiargcs and customs duty prepaid, thif  %*��ttlui��ble book. l  At last it has put in an appearance.  The financial transactions of "The  Seven Wonders of Phpenix for 1915"  is to be had in pamphlet form.  The head of that august body prefaces the subject matter with a few  glittering generalities���generalities  that simmered down causes one' to  lay aside the document with a sigh  and compare it to the more interesting reports made by some lunatic  asylums.  Rags  enveloping  the  corpse   of  Pharaoh   in   the   British   museum  At last it'has put in an appearance.  A  The   rottenest   conundrum . ever  prepounded by the late city  council  was distributed   in   pamphlet  form  this week.     As we stated last week,  the devil himself would   be   unable  to     unravel     its     details.     Heavy  charges for   incidentals  are   most  noticable throughout.    The  graveyard is listed as an, asset,   nnd  has  neither  increased   or  decreased   in  value.    Ye gods,  just  think  of it!  Not one cent  shown   anywhere   for  depreciation.     But then how  could  this   asset   increase    until    it    em.  braced the valuable   bones  of such  an aggregation as last year's representatives.  The document was printed in  Grand Forks. Such a thing as  patronizing union labor in Phoenix  was altogether out of the question.  The subject matter was considered  even too valuable to be entrusted to  His Majesty's mail. The services  of a woman was requisitioned.  Just think of it. And history tells  us that many a government fell that J  enlisted a woman's services.  Well, well, it beats the devil.  But why this distrust of His  Majesty's mail?  We stated in our write-up of  the  city council meeting last week that  "A   recess  of  five   minutes   was  then called and the clerk located  'these gentlemen (now Mayor  'Matheson. and Aid. D. J. Mc-  'Donald) at the Brooklyn hotel."  Mr. McDonald states that he was  not at the Brooklyn hotel but at his  own.place of business.  Actual Drilling Records  At the sixth annual rock drilling  contest held last fall in Joplin, Mo.,  the winners drilled 37 11-16 inches  in 15 minutes. On Victoria Day in  1914 in New Hazelton Bill Sweeney  and A. Lindquist drilled  37, inches'.  CANADIAN  PACIFIC  EXCURSION  FARES  W'<A  as sjEJ...  ���&���'���'-  (fe.  "St"*  I  $rW, '  &r I -  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  issued weekly  at Phoenix, British Columbia  Subscription, 2.00 per year  2.50 to United States.  -  G. Kay, Publisher.  AJDVJEBTISING SCALE  Application for Liquor Licence (30 days) .. $5.00  Application tor Transfer of Licence $7.60  Cei'Uftcato ot Improvement (60days)       $10.00  Application to Purchase Land notices (60 days)   810.00  Delinquent Co-Ownorship notices 90 days 925.00  Baplic&te Coitifleate of Title notices $8.00  , CwmIb ot Thanks, SO cents.  - ��11 other legnl advertising, 12 cents a. Une,  single column, for the first Insortion; and 8  eents a Une for each subsequent insertion, non-  P&toll measuremon t.  ��� Display  ads ^I.OO'per^inch,   single/  column,   per month.   Transient ads,  oOc. per inch, per issue; subsequent insertions, 35c. per incb.  Wednesday of this week   was  to  have been a meeting of the council-  "The Pioneer" representative show-  ed up, but no   meeting.    Upon   in-  convey more information than" does| teerogaftng the dry clerk; over  the  thlS  report. '    f_nl.nn0     U : ��;<id'' ��farr_   p|n  repor  In   the  days   of our  youth    and  telephone, he   was  referred. to tbe  mayor.    The  chief -"'executive;"; was  innocence ���an   innocence  paralledl ^ up a[ his residence and   asked  only   by   the   quotation,    "Where  whetner ornot a meeting would   be  ignorance is bliss, "tis   folly  to   be  he,d     The mayor  refused   this   in  wise"���we listened to an aged pastor formation on  the  ffround   that  his  expound the story of bees and honey ;nterro^tor was not a ratepayer,  in the putrid carcass of a lion.    The  lecture stuck, and our readers  next  week   may  yet   agree    with   King  Solomon   that   "There   is    nothing  new under the sun." [  At present matters of ' great  moment occupy our attention, but  we trust the embalmed nature of  the subject will (D. V.) permit  its being laid over for the space  seven suns.  of  of  Ask ,the   lieutenant-governor,"  said the mayor.  "Mayor Matheson," said the  press representative, "a civil question warrants a civil answer."  But we did not get it from the  man supposed to be the city's first  gentleman. Of course he said nothing about a special meeting held -on  Monday evening.    Oh no!  z  SINGLE FARE  ROUND TRIP  Account  WINTER  CARNIVAL  ROSSLAND, B.C.  On Sale Feb. 5th to 11th  Limit, Feb.-15th.  J. S. CARTER,  D.P.A., Nelson.  WOOD  The Beauty of w Sunlight  ie that it. dispels the shadow that once hung  over wash day. Your work is done in half  the time with half the effort.  Your finest linens, your fleeciest blankets,  your daintiest whitewear���all call for.Sun-.,  light Soap. - Xhe purest of materials, the most  careful manufacture and a $5,000 guarantee  of purity make this the soap that you should  always use.  95  - ,     Saturday, Feb. 5, 1916.  At the' request of a couple of  genuine hockey enthusiasts here.  we wended our way down Tuesday  evening to the Phoenix skating rink  with intention of reporting the  hockey match between Rossland and  Phoenix.  A fellow named Perkins pointed  his finger at our person (a very  ignorant thing to do), and touching  us'vouchsafed the information that  we would have to produce a  ticket.  In the past "The Pioneer" has  always been accorded press privi-  ledges, but since it has dared to  offer fair criticism of last year's city  council, this fellow Perkins has not  failed to try and get even. Other  members in charge of hockey and  rink affairs we do not think capable  of stooping so low. We believe  them good sports. However, this  fellow Perkins took it upon himself  to deny the public a press review of  the game.  The next thing we may expect,  influence to cut off hockey printing  enjoyed by this establishment will  he used.  We can assure this fellow Perkins  that he is only making a worse mess  of things by acting in this churlish  manner. Rather than lower the  dignity of the press in the matter of  buying a world-wide priviledge  accorded gentlemen to gentlemen,  we would see Perkins simmering in  hell first.  Now that we  have   a   self-nominated and self-elected   city  council,  it would be as well, perhaps, that in  making appropriations for the  year  ~lhey'include in their   estimates  sufficient to cover the   cost   of  revers  ing- the  planking  and   closing   up  cracks and holes   in   the   Dominion  avenue sidewalk over the i a vine.  In this matter���no thanks to last  year's council���Phoenix was fortunate in not commencing 1916 with a  suit for damages.  At  present   the   indications   are  j     The first meeting of the fragment  'ofthe city council was held January I  17 of this year.  In company with a voter on the  Phoenix municipal roll, "The  Pioneer" representative interviewed  the city clerk with a view to making  a copy of the minutes of this meeting-  The clerk informed both parties  that the minutes were not written  up. On -three different days this  request was made, and on Friday  afternoon of bonspiel week, they  were informed by the clerk he  would write same up for their inspection, remarking to one of them:  "I suppose you want to dig up  some more dirt about the city  council:"  That a hireling of the first ge tie-  men of the city should impune . Uch  motives to "The Pioneer" is regret-  able. Clause 46, bill 21, of the act  respecting municipalities, distinctly  states  "That the said minutes shall be  open for the inspection of any person  'who may make copies thereof  'and extracts therefrom, at all  'reasonable times, on payment  'each time of a fee of twenty-five  'cents,"  Naturally, one would like to  know what constitutes "at all  reasonable times." We maintain  the clerk was asked dvring the hours-  he should have been conducting  civic duties for which the ratepayers  pay him. Who gave him permission to spend these hours in the  pastime of curling? Did he secure  permission from his superiors, and  if so was any record made of same?  We think not. To do so would be  permttting neglect of duties for  which ratepayers are paying their  good money.  Once before we interviewed this  fellow Perkins re nomination day  proceedings, and had to listen to a  long-winded peoration on the virtaes  of the chief executive. His voice  quivered with emotion and his eyes  looked tearful.  What is the matter with this hireling? Why not be brave about the  matter? Is he afraid of losing his  situation?    It looks like it.  Nevertheless, the fact remains,  civic business in this respect was  neglected.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  -MINING REGULATIONS.  Coal mining rights of- the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories and in a portion of the  Province of British Columbia, may be  leased for a term of twenty-one years  at an annual rental of $1 an acre.; Not  more than 2,560 acres will be leased to  one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant in person to the  Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in  which the rights applied for are sibilated.    ..���  In surveyed territory the land most  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsnr-  veyed territory the tract applied for  shall be staked out by the applicant  himself. v      "  Each application must bo accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not  available, but nob otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable  output of the iulne at the rate of five  cents per ton. ,  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn, #BturflB  accounting for the full cfuaiitfry of  merchantable coal mined and pay ���he  Foyalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such returns should be furnished at least once  a year.  The lease will include the coal mining  rights only, 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 aero.  For full - information ��� application  should be made to the Secretary ofthe  Department of the Interior, Ottawa,  or to any Agent or Sub-Agent,of De-  minion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not be paid for.  ���30690.  First-class Fir.and* Tam-  t arac Wood, $6.00 per cord  Pine Wood, $5.00 per cord.  Fir Tarharac, and double cut,  per cord, $7.00.  WOOD DELIVERED  ON  NOTIOE. 'Prion* B 82  SHORT  ���**w��^  >  Robt. Fore haw  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  Sent to any part of the Do  minion for 92.00 a year. 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EHOLT, _,<  Everything in Men's Wear  Ciothing-  Underwear  Shirts  Shoes  Hats  Caps, etc.  Thos. Brown  "Everything: a Man  Wears"  Your Milk SuddI^  Should come from healthy and vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  manner    Separate 1  Cream  insures purity and  ^quality.   v   -  - The Dairy produces both.  THE DAIRY        J. W. Hannam, Prop  To the  Public  We announce the completion  of arrangements of delivery of  The Phoenix Pioneer  to your door.  75 % Increase in City Sales  in the past four weeks has exceeded our fondest hopes, and  although we endeavored to  guage requirements, we have  been reluctantly compelled to  turn down orders for additional  copies, as we were sold out,  Less than 4c. Weekly  (A 30 Per Cent. Saving)  Brings a Weekly Paper to your door that  does not carry its backbone where its  Elbow should be.  ��� i ������( p..       j  A There are 47 Chinamen in   Hope.  Grand Forks boasts a lacly barber.  .Chinese New Year-opens'Feb, 2.  Cougar  shooting-  is   popular   at  Mope.  Skating is a pastime on Penticton  lawns. ,  Prince Rupert is shipping halibut  to Honolulu.  JVJerritt's   tax   arrears, ..1912-1.5,  amount to $40,000.      ...     .���'���'  You can   buy   a  pair   of skis   in  Revelstoke from $3.25 to $13.00.  Operating rooms in  the   Vancouver General hospital cost $90,000.  .   Port   Alberni's council   used'   $5  worth of postage   stamps   last   December,  The industrial school, Kerrisdnla',  has supplied 55 recruits for active  service.  Nicola Valley Pine Lumber Co.  will cut eighteen, million feet of  lumber this year.  13. F. Young sold a load of gram  at Armstrong 20 years ago weighing 9,325 pounds. '���'���'  .. At Esquimalt last year the police,  dealt with 155 cases; 300 complaints  were attended to.  The Princeton Star has succeeded  in getting the goat of the editor of  the Hedley Gazette.   y\y  Dr. J.. D. McLean' is mayor of  Greenwood. Twenty years ago he  ta'tightschbol'at. Mission city.  Another Victorian has received  the D. S. O. medal. Family pedigrees are now a back number.  Typewriters are being supplied to  the Russian generals. Even this  will never succeed in putting vo.vtjls  in the language.  You can buy an 8x15 wall tert on  easy terms at Quesnell. F-vidiniiy  its owner was not an Arab if he did  live in the dry belt.  Kelownahas a prohibition society.  The "Apple City" should wcrry,  especially as they have the applts to  manufacture hard cider,  j ..'Thc'B. C.-.Oairymen's association  met last Saturday at New. Westminster. 4 . The report states not" if  they sang "We Will Gather at tbe  River."  "On account ofthe illness of  the  instructor, "the gasolineclass   under  the auspices of the city school board  will not   be   held   today   or   tbmor  row,"   said   the    Victoria    Times.  Some class!   .   i. "  Twenty years ago Rev. S. J.  Thompson delivered a lecture in  Vernon Methodist church on life  and character ��� of Henry Ward  Beecher.# St. Peter's version was  not available.  ioundary District of British Columbia  pp.':i>**p  '���fM  ";���$���#$  '''$*&&  m  RICH   m  M.NERA^   AG���1CULTURAI.  AMD   LUMBERS   POSSIB,L.T.Ea  A MOST PROMIS.NG FIELD FOR THE .NV^TOR ""  1 "H ���i���~~�����a__^��^���^M>^M  of the presence of coal. :        * T  m��"**n �����?*��* indications  FOREST AND  MINERAL  WEALTH  Us forest stretches are 'among- the rich^tin thr' ��� ,  -ponanccHy acco.sab.e to rive, a d   t ���   ^'^ "< "^ " ��f ��"  * 'hat is not either equlpp . with hi, " ^"'^ * ^"^ m"e ��f  l,v h,��� ,��� S      nS'��" Wlres' or which could   not   be  reached  l :;z: :c of th;smai,cst ��u^ n* *��� -�� ���*��*���� *�� th   of  T        " t,,eS'teS for ��� ���> ����'<* abound i��� this district  best equipped free-old or,���   ��-     : ��� d,"r,ct' 'S t0  be seen ��"��� <* the  - ��LiL-������ ::x:;:;;::: :::;r^7in these days  situated the Phoenix and r���  ^   r-    , l��'s >" th.s d.stnct where'is  ,-het withAi^  ^  -roundinritformil *n;^zs*pp"rip"'y: [nthef~p-"��-  awaiting the advent ofthe in s^ X t' , �� , ~S���M ~l <^ a��  beneficent series of ..y^^ The"��e deeds to these properties, thanks t8 a  ~,( m"S  'aWS' are  "^Peachabie, and if proof is wanted  ofthe  oftzir p��"it���~i���ofmi���ing,iti,ation in the court:  AGRICULTURE AND FRUIT-GROWING CENTRE  The possibilities ofthe Boundary as an  agricultural, and fruit-growing centre-  are also worthy of inve-io-ation   -���v!   .     ���  ���*   , s & centre  rh     ,       ... nve-^at,on, and  a vtSLt   to  some   of its   spendidly equipped or  chards will prove a reve anion to the stranger.     The highways throughout the Boundary makes lh,s section of the province the motorists paradise, millions having been  . spent on the construction of government roads. ...  Nolocalityis   better  served   with' railroads   that,   the   Boundary, district.       At   .  v present th��s se^ion  is   served   by  two   of  ^greatest. systems, ou,^ cbritine^^  .C. ^R. and Oreat Northern companies, while within a/few' rrionths &f route'to ?h^  LOO. R  Snowshoe Lodge  No.  46  Meets every Monday Evening at  Oddfellows' Hall. Visiting brethren  cordially invited.  Our hall is for rent for dances, social  evenings, etc.  William Oxley, Noble Grand.  Oscar Guslafson, Fin. Secy.  Mark Jtukiu, Rec. Secy.  .  Have You Contributed to  Our Tobacco Fund ?  Daughters of Rebekah  Phoenix Lodge No. 17  ���jMoeUiu tho Oddfellows-Hall,  First and Third Wednesdays.  JIi-s. Chrislinc Klniffien, Noblo Grand.  Mre. Amy A. Cook, Secretary.  J  ^ #. i  'Ik. ps!  K. of P. Lodg*e>  No. 28    Ph��ecn.ix'  Meets Tuesday Evknixg at 7..S0.  Sojourning brothers cordially welcomed.  E. E. Barnes, C.C.  C. H. Knight, K. of U.S.  PYTHIAN SISTERS  Mountain Temple Lodge No. 17  .Meets iu  Pythian  Hall, Lower Town  Second and Fourth Thursdays.  Airs. Wm. Wills,  ���   M.K.C.  .Mrs. II.Tilton.  M.K.C.  Mail Your 3ubvc cription Today  This is what 25c. Sends:  50 CIGARETTES,  4 OUNCES TOBACCO,  PACKET OF MATCHES  Send Your Contribution  to The Pioneer Office and  it will be acknowledgred.  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES  Phoenix Aerie No. 158  Meets in the Oddfellows' Hall, .Friday  Evenings, at S p.m.  Visiting brothers are always welcome.  Richako Ur,r;xrjELr,, W. P.  T. U. Cr.ARKK, AV. Secy.  He will remember you beeaii.-c \ <'111-  ntiinc! and address is written n i 'he  post raid we enclose in evrry 2i3c.  Parcel you subscribe for.  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and !?>.'i.^"-  i^n.ije Transfer. Carefo.l . tti'ii-  tion to all orders.      Plume A56.  James G. McKeown  First-Class Accommodation for svuiners  F NEST OF WINES,  LE JJUORS AND CIGARS IN STOCK.  "PHONE 72. YOUR   PATRONA-U'.K  SOLICITED.  I  ���I  ���>'^i:f;Pii0X~iiiif,Wi,  '$$$FWsBm>  Mm^^^M^mwmff^WFM^w^^^  w.w,/rx%i.W.-..'  :m:  mod)!?: WgfiSZZ^^  .riitjinwp i.WJtot:.t.'it*rv-T.'\  -��*1!VT r"4.WJy^m,��i.  .���milrfiyB^WpeS^  Offers exceptional advantages'^ Miners; a warm comfortable dry; Clean [and Cosy Bedrooms; Well-Cooked  and Well-Served Meals; also the Finest Bar and Highest  Quality of Goods in the Boundary Country.  HlWlimiinlMM  Local and General  The  Queen's Hotel  OXLEY & BOONE, ^PROPS.  At Your Service  &_.  BL   p'_��:p..  W__V  IIP  PI  COME AND  ENJOY THE  19th  ANNUAL  Issland Winter  Feb. 7 to 11  t  I  Fastest Hockey Teams in the Interior of B.C.  Competitions for British Columbia and  " International Championships.  SKI-ING, HORSE RAGING AND MASQUERADE  r    &>  Special Rates on All Railroads.  v    "'    For full "particulars, apply to    ^  ; A._W." ROLLAND, Secretary,  < Rossland, B. Ct  The Lake Studio  OF GRAND FORKS-PHCENIX BRANCH  ���:K-  dy for business U dll. i I   W Li  j V;*  5j^rw*#>������i  ���Paul McKay left for Spokane   on  Friday.  "The Pioneer," $2 a year; $1 for  six months.   ,  Attend St. Andrew's church social  February 11.  Snowfall for week,   1.25;   month  of January, 34.75;  season,   101.12.  Don't forget the  social   tea  next  Saturday at the   residence  of  Mrs.  J. Leslie.  C. F. Meggitt, of Grand Forks,  was a guest at the Queen's hotel  Monday.  Miss Margaret Jarrett returned  on Monday from a most pleasant  visit spent in Spokane.  Why not make sure of securing a  copy of "The Pioneer" every week?  Delivered to your door, $2.00 a year,;  saves you 30%.  Two houses on New York town,  site for sale;'one six-roomed house  on Brooklyn avenue for sale. Apply G. W. McAuliffe.  Mrs. J. Grass, who has 4 been  visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Wm.  Brewer, returned to her, home in  Spokane Wednesday.  A full line of writing tablets, envelopes and papetries, direct from  the mills of W." G. Gage & Co.  Now on sale at Almstrom's.   "^~  Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mitchell  and family returned to Phoenix ;on  Monday from Ontario.    D.   Oxley,  of Eholt/is an uncle to Mrs. Mitchell.  - > '        -    ,~ -,,  This week we  received the-.sum  of one dollar from Dave Oxley,* .the  genial proprietor of the Union hotel  Eholt, for the   Citizens'  of Canada  Tobacco fund.  ' rEd.' Blundell paid a visit 'to_his  home here last Tuesday. He joicied  the One' Hundred' and Second at  Nelson three' weeks ago. He-returned to.Nelson   last .Wednesday  is now happy, and awaits only the  arrival of a ^consignment of clams  when he will  proceed   to  entertain  Saturday next a tea will be given  at the residence of Mrs. Leslie, Mrs.  Ingram to assist in the pouring of  tea. Proceeds of a silver collection  will be handed over to "The  Pioneer" list of the Citizens' of  Canada Tobacco fund. Everybody  turn out and help these two ladies  make this event a success. The  empty pipe is bad enough under  ordinary circumstances, but in the  trenches it is a tragedy.  Miss Kathleen Boone, the talented  young daughter of Mr.  and   Mrs.  J. B. Boone, of the''Queen's  hotel,  is happy once more in the possession  of a  piano.    In  a   recent  musical  examination at Soap   Lake,   Wash.  she  carried off, highl honors.  , Her  interest in music is  best  illustrated  by an incident"rn connection with   a  fire at  their  summer   residence  in  Ferndale.    With the house in flames  she sacrificed half a*'dozen treasured  dolls in order to save  an  armful   of  music. - A". ���   \t<  JUST ARRIVED 150  DANDY ASSORTMENT  Price, 20c to 50c.  T. S, QUANCE    -   Phoenix, B.C.  There are 20,000 shares of Granby  stock held in Spokane, and if the  capitalization is increased fourfold,  as contemplated; this amount will  be advanced to 80,000 shares,  making the dividend apportionment  at $1 a share quarterly $80,000, as  against $25,000 now.  Granby Consolidated  I  BROOKLYN AVE.    (Next door to Pioneer Office)  DonVfail to attend St. Andrew's  Presbyterian church social - next  Friday evening. An excellent vocal  and musical program has been   pre-  be  and   refreshfpeats     will  \M  I ?$^&%*:/*t/!-:/~c:: pP'&p'-V //v[y '���  h^A^I-'.p^^^p^v^y..pp-.T^pv'.y-v'^  lteii>^'"::o,':'*"Sf:i',;';'>'"'  ��j P* :���;.������  MINERS' UNION OPERA HOUSE  SATURDAY, FEB.   5, I9S6  ���m^h  pvi";--i Ujk  I*^'^"p.p;'--'j:..'V  p-'ftfe&p  i%Mz#0i/��3w  r -���: ji...  (���='.'if?  No Show  To-Night  Films Delayed by Blockade  &&_  M'lHS;A  mm,..  litis��  Royal Billiard Parlors  TAYLOR & NELSON, PROPS.  mgm^y;-0y:/yy  P!^i��i&wyAz;'.ii</-x:'r .t'  y*��rtr.*p.'>5iV''p^^-p^p~ ��� ��� p-Vp'-.-o ..  Pipes, Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes  t::-' BEST BRAND ALWAYS ON HAND  [Special Line of the Famous Lowney's Chocolates  i Smokers' Supplies. Soft Drinks.  Bowling-Alleys  b.dMMorcMoney" ior your Foxes  Muskrat, White Weasel, Beaver. Lynx, Wolves,  Marten nnd other Fur bearers Collected in voor Beotlon  titdiion exititinK for  yonr section  Ihe largest  RAW FURS  , .        ..lislied rep-  more tliaaa tlnrd of a century," a lonjr sne-  ^^^4.1 ���������"*n? YOX'.U F!T1JS DIHECT ��o "SHUBERT" Ihe  'fitfQi&m;'; ���0XlSv li\U��- 'V0r     jCi:"n3 exrlralvcJV In NOHTH AMERICAN RA'  Ai\D PKOl-ITAHLIp. return;-..    Write for "<EI)e a>ftul)cct S>b(pptt."  the only reliable, accurate market report and price list published  ^rile for it-NOW���it's FREE  f pared,  f served.  Twenty, years' experieoce in TSjag-  lish,.. French, Swiss and American  watch repairing-^ Satisfaction guar,  anteed. Charges reasonable. "'Leave  orders at Union Cigar store, or the  Phoenix stage. - Carl Adaneur,  Greenwood. ^v,  John Findlay, forennao at- the  Mother Lode mine for, some time,'  and formerly of Phoenix, left for!  Nelson early this week to offer his  services to the One Hundred and  Second regiment.  Roy McDonald and Arthur Geddes  joined the Grand Forks Independent  Co. of rifles Monday. Alton Mat  tinson, another Phoenix boy, Went  on to Kamloops and joined tbe One  Hundred and Seventy-Second,  J. O. Julsrud begs to state that  he has opened the blacksmith shop  close to Miners' Union building,  and is prepared to do all kinds of  blacksmith work, horseshoeing and  general repair work. Terms reasonable.    Your patronage solicited.  Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Morrison  arrived in town last Thursday, from  Hedley. He was married last  Thursday to Miss Phoebe Robertson of Hedley. Lawrence is well  known in Phoenix, having been shift  boss at the Granby for, about-four  years.  An effort is being made in Phoenix  for the organization of an all-British  association. 'This should meet with  the approval of all the men-from tlie  British Isles. The time is not far  distant when we will not be allowed  to call our soul our own if an -effort  is not made in this respect.  Word was received on the 28th  ult. by Miss Nellie Ingram to the  effect that Hugh Manning, formerly  ledger keeper in the Canadian Bank  of Commerce here, was killed some  months ago. Other soldiers at the  front received the parcels forwarded  him by the Phoenix patriotic  society.      .  After an absence of four or five  years, Joe Thornton who was formerly employed at the Raw!iide tid  Wellington   mines  here  as    bla^ k-  As a result of the announcement  that directors of the Granby Smelting company were contemplating  reducing the par value of the stock  from $100 to $25 a share and increasing the capitalization from  149,648 to 598,592 shares'/ making'  the amount of.theAcapitalization the  same that it is now, the price ad^  vauced to~"$90.50 bid in Spokane  and to $90.25 on the Boston exchange. No sales "were made on  the first named, but the transfers in  Boston were ' 1400 ihares at from  $88 to $90.50. '        " ,v        *  Reports received from ,botb. New  York  aod   Boston  state  that    the  >  change ia the capitalization* practically has been -decided upon and  that"official announcement will.be  made soon. It is stated also that  it.has;been decided to pay ^dividends  of $1 a share quarterly on the' increased capitalization, as long as  the earnings justify, which probably  will be.a number, of months, in'view  pfithe., fact Ihat  Granby  has^con-  A Sweet Delusion  inh1  tcacted its.entire copper output  for  A916 at,exceptionally good "prices.  The reduction  in  the. par  value  of Granby stock, is believed to be  a  step tovvard,popularizing  the  issue  among the  investing  public. , This  will undoubtedly^ create, a  broader  market' tor  the, security  and" also  should bring about *a  better alignment of the_ value  of the  stock  in  the increased earnings of the   company.    The   criticism    of    eastern  brokers has been that there has not  been enough shares to   establish   a  wide field of traping,   and' because  of this the' issue was not as actively  sought as  the  returns  on  tbe  investment justified.    Board  lots  on  the New York exchange are limited  to -100 shares,  and  this tends  to  restrict trading at the present par  value. -   '  Again   comes   leap   year,     when  tradition vouchsafes to   woman   the  right to   propose.    The   world   has  jocosely agreed to sanction   such   a  reversal of custom once   every  four  years.    And it may be  that* somewhere, some time, outside of comic  literature, leap^ear  has  its   prerogatives observed in orthodoxfashion.  But   why���why   should    the    wise  virgin   wait   for  a   fourth   year   to  legalize,, as it were,   what  is going  on all the time?    Not perhaps in the  undisguised  method ��� of   Anne    in  "Man and'Superman," who frankly  informs the hero that she Js  out  to  win ,him-7-and does.    Nor   like   the  young Toronto miss who one   evening,, calmly    kissed    her    constant  caller,   remarking   naively:    "It   is  customary,- isn't  it, ^ for   engaged  people to kiss each other?"���a   proposition to which the constant caller  acceded ��� in   all "its  terms,    though  there' had   .never    been    anything  approaching a  proposal  from   him.  No; these things don't happen   this  way (except in   the! ten  thousanth  case) for two reasons:    (a)   it, isn't  -���- *    'p ...  the, woman's way,  and   (b) Ait- isn t  the raan's.way.;. And the 'reason   it  isn't the woman s way is because   tt  isn't ttfe'f man _   way.   .She   know's  very welLthat a man's pride in him-  self is illimitable; that   nothing   but  the role of the  pursuer  will  satisfy  him; and "that nothing  pleases ���him  so much as to regard himself as the  arbiter of their twin  destinies   from  the first moment  they   meet.    And  so, isi-a goodly number of instances  ���in married life as well   as   courtship���she lets him think he is   playing the cards, when in reality she is  leaning over his   shoulder  showing  him-what to play without   his   ever  guessing it.    All-wise   Nature   has  oidained   it   thus.    Everybody     is  content.    He has her way,   and  all  the while thinks   he  is   having   his  own,   and   is   consequently   happy.  The dear stupid���as a Barrie heroine  might remark.        -^  Local Railway Schedule  The following are the time table  schedules governing the arrival and  departure of local trains:  GREAT NORTHERN   ���   '      >  Departs every day at nine a.m.  Arrives daily at 5.10 p.m.   ���        t  CANADIAN   PACIFIC  Leaves daily for Nelson at 12.15.  For the west, via Penticton, at the  same hour on Monday, Wednesday  and Friday,  Arrive, in Phoenix from Nelson  daily at 4.45 p.m. From the west,  via Penticton, at the same hour on  Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.  Church Services  The stated services at the Ch"urch .-  of Our Lady of Good Counsel are ast  follows���Second and fourth Sundays  in. the month:    Mass   at   10  a.m.;  Sunday school after mass;   Evening w  service rit 7.30.    Rev. Father Qo'm. ;  Doryal. " ^  ''   ���   *>   '''.   ';  , ,      i    ��   r J ���  St.  John's. Church ��� Holy .co n-  munion at 8 a,id   11  i.n.j Morni.ig ,  prayer,   10.30.    Sunday   school   at  2.30.     Evensong, 7.30. JRev. A. M. [  Lloyd, vicar. w  St.'Andrew's rre>byterian Church   -  ���Service February 6" at   11   a.m.  Sunday school at; 2.* Ap.'ni. J Prayer c  meeting Wednesday,' at the manse, /  7.30 p.m.    All welcome.   Rev. J. R.   *  Munro, pastor. '     j   '. , ',  PHOENIX BAKERY  -: W. WILLIAM8, PROP.  "  -p'fT-   ;' ,,lt."    " ��'.'   V*    .   -A    .  Doughnuts,- Madeira   Cake,  Lunch Cake for Sunday use  delivered on order avery Saturday.* Give us a trial order.  OAKES MADE TO ORDER AT  MOST  REASONABLE  RATE8  TELEPHONE 53  NOTICE  Notice is hereby given to the public  of Eholt that a Shuberb piano, now in  my possession will be sold-to defray  storage expenses if not claimed within  SO days. Highest or any bid not neces- >  sarily accepted.  D. Oxley,  Chairman Trustees Committee.  Dated at Eholt, February 2, 1016.  Al. Almstrom  Paper and Fancy  Kodaks, Photo Supplies  etc.  Application for a Transfer of  Liquor License.  To the Bowd of Licence Commissioners, Phoenix, B. O.:  TAKE NOTICE that I intend to  apply to the Board of License Commissioners for the City-'- of Phpenix-  B.O., at their next sitting, -for a trans-'  fer of the Liquor ��� License for ths  Queen's Hotel in the name of Tom F.  Oxley and J. B. Boone.  Tom F. Oxley.  Dated at Phoenix, B.C., this 21st day  ot January, 1916.  AiB; SHUBERT, Inc. KcTs^cagoWa' rmk'' retucned fromTexad* to die.  His "chesty"  friend, J.. Rurdoi.k,  Unprecedented opportunity in Phoenix for the establishment of a Brewery. Good water. Many  excellent building sites, andfcheap freight rates on  two railroads. Increasing population of this and  adjacent  towns,   warrant  establishment   of same.  ADDRESS:  tisiness  CARE   PHOENIX PIONEER  ippoptunity  NOTICE.  The Sailor Consolidated Mining  &  Milling Company op  Camp McKinney   Limited   (Non   personal  Liability), in Liquidation.  TAKE NOTICE that tenders will bo  received by the undersigned up to and  including 1st of March,   1916,   for the  purchase of the assets  of the abovei  Company, consisting of the following^  crown granted mineral claims  situate  in  group  ore   of   the. Similkameen  (formerly Osoyoos)   Division   of Yale  district:   Lot 766 known as sailor,  lot  1269 known  as   Snofw-shoei   lot   1270  known as Toledo,, lot  1455 known as  Diamond, lot680known as Minnehaha,  lot   924   known   as    Golden     Crown  Fractional, lot 926 known as  Cariboo  Fractional, together with such   buildings, plant and machinery which niay  be situate upon the said claims or any  of them, also the rights of the Venders,'  if any, in Rover Fractional and Alice  Fractional Mineral Claims. The highest  or any tender not necessarily accepted.  Dated at Toronto, Ontario, this List  day of January, 1910.  CHARLfcs Evans-Lewis,  508   Lumsd< n   Buil .ling,     Toroiito,  .Ontario, Liquidator,  Ifff^-r^'V*  AStl  -.,,?i  -.._  w.  v9��8  ������'JSS-i *i  A"wS#g  t_��  mm  9k  "M.  $&  w  J*  &A  ^^0tf^Miy9i;yi\M'4y ���'-���^' ������'  ",YMiJ��i'A'-''.'fi'' iy-' 'y-e^-y-r ���'���p-.'/t,-.',:,-��� ^-.-���'.���  ..t.*/^.....^:.^ ...��.,���  Jk   J_urf  ir   L __�����_ �����* ;

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