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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Feb 19, 1916

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Array i'tti  fljnfi!!Wg*z&W'fT7?r  '������'< *��-"���.  ������V:  '".5i.iwW.��..>iw,��.rrti.��.i,,��VMWrtUrtj,  Tke largest coppnr mines in  the Dominion vire situated  at Phoenix.' The Granby  Co. employs 600 men, and  has a monthly pay roll of  over $50,000: Two railroade  afford access to the city.  ���-���.<>���..  SEVENTEENTH YEAR  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining^  ���<v..,v.;  The  Pnoiffi^Kix. Pio^bb   la  ^..publisjie'av'in   the   hj^ljeBt'' ���  ���'   municipality   in  OanadA~-  ^^ifatude, 4;800 'ft..'v. The &&:  \ l^M-f 'population of: i.SW,' A'1  "^"'���fAnd;^ possesses;-/n^t-e&lui ���''���'-  hotels, opera house, seheoles  Ladies Ever Thoughtful  I Walker's Copper XM*7T~kWnZTaain^  PHOENIX,  B.C., SATURDAY,  FEB  Social events marking life in  Phoenix would be dreary, indeed,  were it not for the interest displayed  by the ladies. Since the days of  the city's inception, the weaker sex  have displayed a strength in all  movements calculated to enhance  its name.  Last Saturday Canadian  boys  in  the trenches were not  forgotten   by  Mesdames J. Leslie and J.  Ingram,  jr., theocc'asion beinga tea for raising  funds for "The Pione.r" list of the  Citizens' of Canada Tobacco  fund  at the residence of ihe   first  named]  which was prettily decorated.-    Miss I  Kathleen Carson received the guests  t|nd Miss Pickthall and Mrs. Gibson  rendered  vocal    and    instrumental  solos.  , Commencing'at 3,o'clock, four  hours passed all too quickly  in delightful conversation, during  which time an amazing quantity of  tea and cake  were  consumed.    Al-  The buying demand  for copper  continues strong and prices are still  advancing.    Lake  is   27   to   27}4  cenjs and electrolytic is 26# to 27 }4  cents a pound.    There have been a  few sales of small lots of copper -for  immediate delivery; ,but  the  prices  are understood to have been abnormally high and for this reason   they  b/ive not been   made  public.    It  is  no longer denied.that some copper  was sold a while ago at 30  cents  a  pound.  Apparently there has come to be  | an acute scarcity of copper supplies  in Great Britain and France, due  presumably to inability to get the  metal across the Atlantic. The  total outgo for the month of January  was ardund 50,000.000 pounds, and  Regular meeting of the city coun-  cil was held Wednesday evening.  AH present with exception of Aid.  F. McDonald.  A communication - was received  from the depaitment at Victoria  acknowledging receipt of council's  recommendation of Aid. D. J McDonald and L. McEIroy -as license  commissioners for 1916.  Communication from B. C. Municipalities re taxation of'telephone  equipment, and application of the  present company for dominion charter was read.  Communication   from    board    of  school   trustees   setting    estimated  expenditures for this year at $6,675.  From Manager Godfrey,   Nelson,  outlining  cost'of  two   fire    alarm  Coming Champions  $3.50 constitute'a day's pay,Jbut no  motion was thought necessary to  establish this as a fact. '    ti,_ u - f -   V;  peddling-evil then ensued".  Meeting adjourned at 9.35.  Trail Smelter  Hurrah for Church!  Toronto, Feb. 14.���At a "public  meeting called by Mayor Church  a   tesolution  a   really  The  Trail  smelter   is; unique fjnl  that it  now produces   refined  lead  and silver; within a few y/e^si wiil  be producing refined zinc^ aod socm '  thereafter refined copper.    I'helold '  plant, consisting of both  lead .and  copper smelters, is being practically  ���,airf-rh_Lv ��� '���-���'������'���'���   ,������-���       "���."'���--   ���bu|lt at the same time thatcopper  said  that senior players could   not  converters are   being   installed'an-  hHVf*     crura*-*     ��     .'t___'_: _-..���. * . ���      *!        ' ��� ���   ' ���������>    *  the new zinc reduction works rushed  and Phoenix school teams was Won  by the Pfe#i*-oys with a score of  6_1, Theyboys on the hill completely-^tciassed their opponents  m stick; handling and combination  play.  Indeed, (it may truthfully   be  ;>.���>#y }:i..1.}��:i^fs^a,Ijj  though the men were a little shy  in  where    it  turning out, they made up for their  absence by forwarding generous  donations, and the total collected  ���mounted to $29.  Added to the amount already collected by this newspaper, a cheque  was forwarded Tuesday totalling  $54.75." k  Great credit is due Mesdames  Leslie and.Ingram for the success  of the ..undertaking. The empty  pipe under ordinary circumstances  Is bad enough, but in the trenches^  jt is a tragedy, as there are no baccy  phops.on the battlefield.  beJarJn/ebTy reXP��,rtS hHSyStemS' ��ne Was fo ~�� WSO  ifVLZL *   ��f   ��n,y   ab��Ut a montb<   the   other    $17.50     The  LT^uirdS^Uy' ^ -WOU,d ,3St "^ed -^ would conver:  md.cate that an .mmense amount of the phones into fire alarms. "The  copper has p,Ied uP>on   our docks, | clerk was instructed to secure more  naturalized or not, in government  employment. The resolution was  unanimously passed" and loudly  cheered. Another resolution advocated a penalizing duty on German  and Austrian goods, imported after  the war. A committee was appointed  to organize a branch in Toronto of  the anti-German league, with the  motto; "No German Goods, No  German Labor, No German Immigrants'."  play/,   On  occasions a goal  followed  brilliant three-man combination play.  If this game be taken as a criterion,  to completion. The latter will be  in operation^ less than a month  and making*60 tons of electrolytic  zinc daily;.   The work of constructs  Phoenix  has? attending  its    public I'ng'the copper refinery will;be~feih  school players who will one day  be  the moment the zinc' plant is  conv  ��?a  capable of playing on the fastest of  senior teams. Especially noticeable was the^cleyer^wbrk Of Almstrom, McCammon and Owen on  the forward lirie; and   the   checking  pleted."   Eleven  hundred^ men >re>; k  employed."': .. '���'.-;."���',���r.^A"''-^.  Both the old arid new^plants  re-  cently have   been   surroundedI; with -^  {ftlces'";prptected; 'by^bafbed- wire^S;  ���'ei$sm  is  awaiting     shipping particulars as it,was deemed unwise  omethincr   r��f^~    ��._���     * i  -��.. /  sa  on  Iv   h? / ���     '  Se��"-t0 d�� aWa>' V",h Present -,-���� boxes  trtLlvhy   be.CaUSCd   ?y   a"   e- on side streets where there was   no  tre��ely heavy  .ncrease   ,n   exports  telephones, or in case a store should  in the very near future. Electrolytic copper is selling in London at  ^132 per ton, equivalent at the  present rate of exchange to 28%  cents per pound.  l'r/5*'^T~������,r*"  "���.'**'?<  i      A Narrow Squeak  |, James   Mc(ntosh.<he��rly   sjiu'  off the mortal coil Monday afternooof  JfV,.mile south ofiEholt'he  sat on  a  The hind ��tep on the  caboose ~of' a  Coming Events  Movies tonight.. *  K. P. social, February 22.  F. O. E. dance, March 17.'  Leap Year dance, February 29.'.  Your patriotic society, jpayment..'  ^Hockey! Phoenix vs  Trail,   Feb.  be closed when a fire occurred.  Financial   statement  of the   city;  treasurer was next read and adopted.?  A W. F. of M. Topic  At the district convention of the  Western Federation of Miners, to  be held at Trail on March 8, among  other topics to be discussed is the  all-vexing problem of the union in  past years, namely: the advisability  ���  ��� ��� --���'���������������^. --/> ������-��'--�����*,��_.������ '%jj   ������j'*uucu    wire  of that^miling^idget,   McKinnpn/j aud guardedI by;Canadian tr0op^;,  Children J^ove ^  Accounts totalling  $30l;68   werej of organizing a   Canadian   Western  ordered paid. (| Federation of Miners.-  In past years  Aid. Binerdrewjhe attention ofj  his colleagues to the fact ' that the'  city lacked a dumping grcund.  Someone bad complained" to the  provincial police of his .dumSii.g  refuse at a certain point. ' He - ;u';j-  gested the city purchase an acr : of  ground   for    this  'purpose.^  ^W*''n; thejI^w,Vopert. house,,  u_��h_i<-_.   '       -rl   t * ���iii.*j' , ji �����".'(  McfCa -4. *k .- . . < -   t-' ";  ij ���   ._*_..>      _ '  l".. i�� ***T**^ "^"Ongj* at Prsl.ttT'twijtq^;  J&frkatowee^^ / ']vkcadt^o_��d'out^e the dityrtbat/      rh , ,_������--  passing train ..bumpeiJiitlW -snoozer '^Miss..-Macgr��Sor, , representi0g:fc6u|d be usea for dunipikg purp^s LB^��^7    T   ^ the.fto}30'-r:  ���   _      xl     ~ *. -���   ���vZ1' ----���!-  /~.STl  _����        '.   ...    - '   - <  .   ' ..I    ... ,..    .      . *"*����� FurP->aesi near Hedley, has been run in   a  into   the   ditch.^ "Ah^xmn&ilM^ m*m���+���*���������� 301 fi_t _bd   some   very   trood  made at. Eholt showed  no ' serious *�� P*��byterian church tomorrow at      It was the opJnioa of tfje meedng./ taken out- . /,- fc  fi~a. m. . ^i.-^ r>    t? t       .  ..  . 1  up |  - - ^ Litt^  sympathy was extended Aid: B��nlrf  the mayor elictiog the fact Hhk^lte  ;h/��d^dunajped rublbisH on tBev'sfii^St  ;^S.-5oad**,' 'The "chief iexecmive j��Vid,  ^her-i'^ou^hlc "'there was , jsuffitkent  't vacant g round outsi<  the/Iocal treasury in British Columbia j has been drained for the  purpose of defraying expenses- of  lockouts and strikes in the U-iited  States. (,If a Canadian federation'  ca  The childrens' patriotic self-denial  contributions reached a total for the  month of January of $17.30. : This  is an-increase ;of Nearly ;ten 'cents  per pupil,,,attending;; }he^ school.  Considering that the -list was; hot  opened until February 1- and closed'  February 11 ,^tbe result is considered'  eloquentvpf jihe^deep: interest-the  P"P'Is;are:taking;in^this  matt^.^iGoatrib^tionsJiforr.-.m^nth>  oi ��� F?b^#y #&$. ^dy ;cornib;g:sin^  ���a"^ P^I^g^a^heii^ll^am^  .toev^'?Vre^Vbe'rmiir.fea^A^  About 9 o'clock on Friday morning JphnLink|ater, a,miner in  the^  employ   of the   Granby ��� company, H  while wot-king; on  the  200-ft. Jevel   ? ^  was ins tan tly kil led by falling down      ^  the If6 "*��?i: .'.ra��se. v/;Hiis-;;partner::';:/:'  receiyed.-but;a;'few;:scratches.;:,:'-:,  ::'r^ev'eals��� .^^..^a^quiet^and^^uni/^f:"-  assurning   man^ and : enjoyed Hthe^i;  respect :.of;alI;'with:;w}iom;;he^ca  contact.-/:;. Hej'was��:.bne;;.-bf^  '*af mJP?;^t h e^CciE^  ���I   ������������ -*"9^sf/jg|p  injury. Mcintosh, who is an old-  tiVner about 90 years of age, has  decided to wait till the flowers  bloonv. before ceasing to imbibe  Ozone.  ll_.m.  G.   B,  Riley, . a' Seattle mining  engineer, ' is engaged making an  investigation of the Aberdeen mine  at Nicola.  The Big Store  fer<  r  hA  I  w  EMPRESS PURE  JAM  We are showing- this week an assortment of  EMPRESS PURE JAM in 4 lb. Pails  and 1 lb. Glass Jars.  The Government analysis on Empress  Jams show them to be among- the purest.""  Made in Canada product. '  Pure jam is a wholesome and beneficial  Food. Grown-ups as well as Children like  Empress Jam.  Order a PaiB Today at 90c  or a One Pound Jar a. 30c  STRAWBERRY,   RASPBERRY, APRICOT  RED AND BLACK CURRANT.  Jfiompsoii  Ph ane 9 and 5  that R. Fprsbaw was not living  to^ the terms* of his contract as  regards dumping garbage sufficient  distance fiom a public* highway.  The mayor decidedTo interview him  re objectionable features complained  of.  Mr. Parker appeared before the  council and slated it was his intention to sue the city for injuries  sustained when his horse threw him  .over an unfenced embankment on  October 29 of last year. To -a  question from the mayor, Parker  said he thought $500 and a doctor  and hospital account totalling $104  would be fair compensation for the  19 days spent in the hospital. The  city will take legal advice and  answer in two weeks.  Aid. yAlmstrom thought this an  opportune time to get a line on a  couple of cars of good lumber, suitable for sidewalks, etc. He laughingly suggested addition of a carload of shingles. (Laughter.) The  clerk was instructed to secure data.  Fire Chief Perkins was instructed  to report at next meeting as to the  condition of hydrants and fire fighting apparatus.  vAld. Rogers suggested in an ��ofT-  hand way that the city employ  whites this year, not aliens.  The mayor brought up the matter  of donating to the fund for returned  soldiers, the amount to go* to the  local committee. On motion of  Aid. Evans, seconded by Aid. Biner.  $50 a month was alloted this fund,  the amount to be increased or decreased as civic finances permitted.  The usual motion to pay salaries,  telephone account' and incidental  labor accounts during each month  of the year was put and carried.  Aid. McDonald introduced tlie  civic wage question. He inclined  to the opinion $3 for nine hours-  would enable the city to employ in  deserving cases. Still, he u oi Id  not want to cut wages. What he  wanted was a, ruling. The d. b.' te  ended in a hazy understanding  that  yw&$.  The. Mother  Lode   smelter ^at;f>':^e^sl^  Greenwood will   blow  in   a  second Adolphsk^^  . .... j.     y'H"��vu' f?~^ "i -. -,-j: :/FreeIand. was'floor manager.,    Fred  furnace as soon as a greater   supply  of coke is available.  The Enterprise mine on Ten-mile,  at New Denver, has been closed  down. During the cold snap there  was not sufficient water running  throughthe flume to furnish power  for the compressor.  - According to a letter just received  in Vancouver from Smith Curtis,  formerly a mining man of this  province, and now resident in. St.  Paul, the old Frank zinc smelter will  be put in operation. This smelter  lies just across the British Columbia-  Alberta boundary, but is so situated  that ores from this province might  profitably be shipped to it. Curtis  is visiting Chicago, Toronto and  New, York."'  A petition has been filed by St.  John .& Jackson in the supreme  court to wind up the Groundhog  Anthracite Coal Co., Ltd. Henry  Andrews, a creditor, is the petitioner,  and is applying on the grounds that  the company has allowed some of  their licenses to lapse and has sold  the balance without the consent- of  the creditors. - ��� The company held  some 30,000_acres of valuable coal  lands in the Groundhog Mountain  district, but allowed the licenses on  about 20,000 acres to lapse.  , According to the Hedley Gazette,  the Joe Dandy Group owned by W.  J. Armstrong, Art Thompson and  Hugh McCormack, has been bonded  to Spokane mining men for $50,000.  The property is situated on Simil-  kameen river, north of Susap creek,  eight miles north of the boundary  line. The bond was taken after  two thorough examinations last  summer. Operations will commence  as soon as spring opens, and - not  later than May first. This deal  means much to prospectors in that  district, and it is understood several  other properties will change ovner-  ship this summer.  Five-back���A.   G.   Hendrickson"; / Lynch* tendered    vocal  81; M. Morrison,- 69.\ ; ;_     , J during: intermissions.  = '.'.. ;   . .V" T' ������ '���==_==  selections  31=  3C  I u  Phone 56  When requiring something in Hams,  Bacon, Butter, etc. Stock first-class and  carefully selected. Prices reasonable-  Satisfactory service, and our personal  interest in your smallest order.  Empress Butter - 40c. lb.  Brookfield - 2 lbs. for 85c.  Curlew - 2 lbs. for 95c.  Hams (Shield Brand) 27c. per lb.  Bacon " - 30c. "  Brookfield Sausages, 35c. lb.  Just a few suggestions;   visit our Store,  and see what we have to offer.  irnes  HI-  3C  3C  _C  3C  ,-J THE   PXCTOs&R,   PHOMIX   BKTO9H   CQtTm&X&.  PBRSONALS.  Well-known ,Wome_u  C__tham, Ont.���"I was sick for about  nor years._<Sot very weak, could not  "*" eat to amount to  anything.   I got  very thin and had  , no strength at alL  X was very much  discouraged  at  times���thought I  was never going to  get -better.**!  could not walk ��  i block without feet.  , ing   all   tired-out.  <I took different  ��lV   medioinea but did  no* get the help I needed.   A friend of  mine advised me to try Dr. Pierce'e Far-  orite Prescription.   I began to take ft  with the 'Pleasant Pellets' and by the  time I had taken two bottles I was well  on the road to recovery, and in tax months  I was entirely well.   My appetite came  back and I gained in flesh. * Now I am as  strong andf healthy as any one could wish  to be.   I owe it all to,, Dr. Pierce's'medicines and I am glad of the opportunity  to give testimony in their favor; they  harm   done   wonders   for - me."���Mias  TratiMA Pabksb, 141 E. King St.  Chatham,  Ont.���"I have taken  Dr.  minor  the soul.    Notes in  a  minor   key  after all may  be the sweetest and  truest music.     Yet such notes have  been all too seldom heard  from  the  battlefields  of,today.    When  they  have  been   struck,  however,   they  have been reverberated  around  the  empire.    Instead,  it  may  be   said  that they will   be heard   long  after  Ihe maker of-them  has   been  forgotten.     Witness the  imperishable  story  of  the   heroic stand   of   the  Princess-Patricias-as   recorded   in  Sir  Max  Aitkin's account;    It    is  literature of the best.  Not unworthy to rank with it  for  Remittances to Prisoners  M&  iVli,  Pierce's medicine with good results,  jraa weak and run down. loaf my appetite  and  got very thin.   I took   'Favorite  Prescription' and 'Pleasant Pellets' and  these two medicines built me up in a Terr  _.      ihort space of time so that I felt as well  W&iM^erer.   I found them to be all that is  "tefrecommended of them; they are good."���  |Miub.'.Wh. Wbesb, Cor. Taylor* Grand  sfc-e$E;, \Chatham, Ont.  TveryvWoman who has backache, head-  ^low epirijte, sleepless nights, owes it  herself to speedily overcome the trouble  ��*���'��' breakdown causes prostration.  JjjUDr.f Pierce's Favorite Prescription is  jfainofa-alcoholic remedy that any ailing  .ptywoman can safely take because it is pre-  .trKirjared from roots and herbs with pur*  ^''glycerine, containing tonic properties.  Mi  ijrt  my  i* -.^.  wz1 >i r  *  if-  i*t  ^*<b  "���Co 1 <  ,-<*,/"..  ....     V ^  \  ttf ? ���>'"  }���-:���-,.  Hi   ', l  rt',���'"'--��!.'"  t r  ��� n  J< ".  #''��� VjT' -  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  issued weekly , ,  at Phoenix, British Columbia  Subscription, 2.00 per year  2.50 to United States.1  G. Kay, Publisher.  " ADVERTISING SCALE  Application for LIqnsr Licence (30 days) ..$5.00  AW-caKen for Transfer of Licence ; $7.59  CnttHeato of Improvement (flO days)        $10.00  Amplication to Purchase Land notices (00 days)   ���"��� $10.00  .Delinquent Co-Ownership notices 90 days $85.08  triplicate Certiflsat* of Title notices $8.00  Cuds of ThankB, SO cents. >" ,    '  i^otofjttlegT>.VBdvertl8ing, 12 cants a line,  V*nigte cAumiu tor the first insertion; and-S  e*nt__line for each subsequent insert-on, non-  UMWil meaaur��nont. *     '    '���  Display ads $1.00 per inch, single  column, per month. Transient ads.  96e. per inch, per issue; subsequent Insertions, 35c. per inch.  Saturday,-Feb. 19, 1916.  genuine and unconscious  pathos  is  the  letter  of  an. unknown   British  soldier published in a London newspaper^    It tells the simple tale of a  comrade's death andburial.  ,  "Just as the last light of day "was  merging   into" a   hopelessly    dark  night, one of our men caught  three  bombs at the same instant and  was  killed.  "We picked him up and put  him  on    a    waterproof   sheet.    Inured  though we are to the fearfulness  of  war, this boy's death seemed hard���  it hit  each   one   of us   behind  the  throat.    He was'so young and good  and high of spirit.    Also, one of a  new draft, he had only been with us  a week or  two.    One felt   that an  older man  could   have  been  better  spared..   To bury  him., we   had  to  The Canadian government has  receiveil notice' from London that  the secretary of state for foreign  affairs has been informed by the  United States ambassador, that the  Turkish government desire   that   in  future  remittances   of money    not  exceeding five pounds from  private  persons for British prisoners of war  in Turkey should be despatched   to  the International   Red   Cross ,.com-  mittee at Geneva  for  transmission  to the Ottoman Red Creseent society  at Constantinopole   by  whom  payment to the'recipients will be effected  and a receipt returned to the  international committee at Geneva.  Letters and  parcels' should  be   sent to   the   International  Cross   committee   at ' Geneva  transmission.    Such     letters  parcels are post free! . Money should  be remitted by international   money  order which can be obtained at  any  Local Railway Schedule  The following are the time table  schedules governing the arrival and  departure of local trains:  GREAT NORTHERN  Departs evt y day at nine a.m.-  Arrives daily at 5.10 p.m.  CANADIAN   PACIFIC  Leaves daily for Nelson at 12.15.  For the west, "via Penticton, at the  same hour on Monday, Wednesday  and Friday.  Arrive in Phoenix from Nelson  daily at 4r45 p.m. From the west,  via Penticton, at the same hour on  Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.  Prussian losses to date amount to  2,337,096. The January casualty  list amounted to 36,500.  * If ever necessity for a candidates'  meeting, at which it is usual to discuss whether or not they were La  favor of paying the going wage,  etc., it was made,apparent Wednesday evening.  -Aid. D. J. McDonald's query as  to what the council thought just  compensation for a day's labor was  conducive of a diversity of opinion.  As the matter now -stands, ^a hazy  idea that $3.50 per day is to constitute pay for nine hours labor is all  the board of works has to go upon.  It was not even thought necessary  to embody this in a resolution.  The opinion that some men   were  worth more than others  seemed  to  .be1 a damper to setting a scale; and  the fact was overlooked that a scale,  after all, constitutes but a minimum  wage.'   The fact that  a  horse  has  been known to perform a day's work  on  an   asses'   breakfast    (thistles),  should constitute no valid reason for  not  placing  a  wage  scale  on the  books of the   corporation.    Failure  to do so places too much  power  in  the hands of  the  board  of works.  Once before the city ran foul of this  matter when   Aid.   Biner  proposed  cutting wages of sidewalk builders.  It is up to the board of works  to  introduce  a motion    at    the    next  meeting, asking that *a stated wage  scale be placed on the minutes.  take big risks. The, enemy had  our trenches well marked and all  night their rifles swept the ground  which separated the trenches. -. But  a small party dug a hole on top a  few yarcls in front of our line and  we buried him.  "Then the unique thing happened.  The sergeant "ordered us back to  our trenches and remained behind  alone. He stood straight - up  amidst that hail of lead and ��� calmly  read the burial service. From beginning to end he read it calmly and  with great reverence. And God  above knows thatlnany of us who,  to our shame be itf said, have not  prayed for1 years*, echoed deep in  pur heart that last" arhea.' -,  "Afterwards he ''returned -to our  trenches unharmed. This seemed  to me a great-thing. ,Our -sergeant  is a finer man than, most I have  met." . ' "' '' " ��� ,  1-A  picture  tnat  a great   painter  should immortalize., is.it not?  NOTICE.  The Sailor Consolidated Mining &  Milling Company of Camp 'Mc-  Kinney Limited (Non personal  Liability), in LIQUIDATION.  TAKE NOTICE that tenders will be  received by the undersigned up to and  including 1st of March, 1010, for the  purchase of tbe assets of tho above  Company, consisting of tho following  crown granted mineral claims situate  in-group one of the Siuiilkameen  (formerly Osoyoos)   Division  of Yale  ~ _,  district:   Lot 766 known as sailor,   lot  post  office  and.which  should    be 1260 knoT_n __  Srjow.Bhoe, j0fc-1270,  made payable to  the  International  known as TolcdoT lot 1466 known asj  Red   Cross  committee   at    Geneva {Diamond, lot 680 known as Minnehaha,  and sent on with fall name, number lofc�� 92i   known   *��   Golden    Crown  also  Red  for  and  and regiment of the prisoner of war  to whom the money is to be paid. ���  Information  has  also   been    received from the United   States  ambassador that prisoners  of war  in  Turkey are now  allowed   to  write  only one letter' a  week,   limited  to  four lines, and that  this   regulation  applies also to letters- addressed  to  them.- Letters of greater^'length  will not be delivered.  ���/;  Six Feet of Earth  Fractional, lot 026 known as Cariboo  Fractional, together wiCET such buildings, plant and machinery which may  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 21st  day of January, 1916.  '  Charles Evans-Lewis,  *   508   Lumsden '.Building,     Toronto,  Ontario, Liquidator.  The Beauty of "Sunlight"  is 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 Sunlight Soap. The purest of materials, the most  ncareful manufacture and a &5,000 guarantee  of purity make this the soap that you should  always use.  The  Salvation  Army is  making  arrangements in England  to bring  over  into  Canada  the widows   of  soldiers killed in action.   Ye gods  Next husband a  Bohunk, we  sup  pose.    What a prospect I  ��t  Within the Law"  The pathos of war is not necessarily depressing and discouraging. Rather should it���like the old  Greek tragedies���cleanse and purify!  "Within the  Law" is  a  thriller  that  has for  its  heroine  a youag  woman convicted and seat for three  years to  tbe  penitentiary  on  false  evidence, who cleverly arranges her  revenge upon the man who  accuses  her by  marrying  his son,   getting  him into all  sorts  of trouble   with  the police, and finally clearing him  and  herself of any  wrong  doing.  Before the end of the play is reached  -"Within the Law" has its  audience  fairly shivering with 'thrills.    There  is   a   Maxim��   gun    silencer,    for  instance, that proves its  noiseless  qualities in the  second act  by  the  breaking of 'a vase   without    any  sound whatsoever.    The'play bas a  heart  interest  seldom  before   witnessed in any dramatic production.  It is called a "Play of Today," it is  not only that; it is a play of  today;  tomorrow, and forever; a play  that  offers a theme old, yet ever with us  ���the small Wage and the shop  girl  problem.    The  average shop    girl  earns about $6 a wee'k; on which, it  is not possible to keep body and soul  together.    In order to  be  properly  clothed  she  must   either steal    or  procure her money   by some  other  undesirable means.     It is a problem  that moralists  are   trying  to   cope  with, and it can be settled  only  by  the employers of the girls; they must  cut down their enormous dividends  and pay their help  a  living  wage.  "Within the Law" will bring a  few  tears, and a lot of laughs,   keeping  you on the edge of your chair  for  four  acts,    It   will  appear  at   the  Miners' Union Opera house March 4.  We'll relate to you now of the world  and its ways,  ,   And many strange people we meet;  From the rich man that? roll* in his  ; millions of,wealth,,"'        ' ' .,/>  - To -.the .poof .starving  wretch' "in  the street.  A man may be poor,.andXin tatters  ! and rags,  Though we ne'er should effect to  despise,  But think of the adage,   and  re-  - member, dear friends.  That six feet of earth make us all of  one size.  -^-^rr  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MINING REGULATIONS  "Birds of a feather flock together,"  So don't look for variety when you  pick a flock.  Goal mining rights of the bominieny  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan * and .'Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Norfcn-  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 of 91 an acre. Not  more than 2,660 aeres will be leased to  one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant la person < to' tfhe  Agent or Sub-Agent of ifche .district in  whioh 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 sopited fm  shall be staked out by the applicent  himself*  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $6 which will be refunded if the righto 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  fuwilsh 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 not1 being operated, such re-  turns.should be furnished at least once  a year.  The lease will include the coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may be per-  mitted.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 the Interior, Ottawa,  or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���Unauthorized  public ation  of  this advertisement will not be paid for.  ���80090.  PHOENIX BAKERY  W. WILLIAMS, PROP.  '  Doughnuts,  Madeira  Cake, .  LuneK.Cake for Sunday use ���<  ���  delivered on order every Sat- ������:  urday.   Give us a trial order.  I OAKB8 MAD*, TO QRDIR AT  I MOST REASONABLE RATI8  J TELEPHONE 53  u��.  lit  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  Sent tp-any part of the Dominion for, 92.00 a year.  Tho ____-=_,  Phoenix  Pioneer  has for 16 Yeats been re-  t  . cognized as the Mining  Medium of the Boundary  country.  In the matter of advertising, it reaches the  right kind of people, and  an advertisement i�� its  columas is certain of  quick and profitable results.  In tho matter of all  things ��� pertaining to the  progress'of the district it  is a reliable and trustworthy authority. It's  American subscription list  is one of the largest" in  the Kootenay.  When arriving in town  subscribe for  it.    When ���  leaving  keep   your  subscription alive.   You may  want to come back again.  Advertisers should call  or write for our Advertising rate card.    The local  paper is the local medium"  for  local  business   men.  SencMn Your Stationery Orders and  Holiday Printing to the  Phoenix Pioneer  THE HOME OF r  ARTISTIC  A BUSINESS MAN IS 'KNOWN BY THE  QOALI^Y^C^BRINTJNG^HE USES  ��ur/lfftbck-dt'S^ be procured in  Canada, and our Workmanship, will meetwith your approval  Published Every  Saturday ftftornfngr  WhV Not *8kve Yow Stationery    \  Printed by JUs? ���  .- . '���. '���*  .:        '  '. ���.: .'v      '��� I  We make a specialty jC-f Letterheads, Envelopes, Billheads,;  Note Heiads^Memos:^Visiting Car^s^Menus, Posters,  /;Wedding Invitations; ICheck Bd'oks.^By-Laws,  and in fact anything done with Printers'" :  '���*'��� -. ; ������":'���-; ��� ' ,".'.���/ -:rNK'-yVND.;PARER.';  _ . ;v  ; ��� :-  No Job Too Large, None too Small  The  v.. '��*���  $2.00 per Year in Advance..       .$2.50 por Year to U. S.  *~  r"_HM_Vil |jJWH_wtJ_l_M_^lfrv,4i7-ar��-jv A��Vu ���lP.WUBPBH  Wl���ft'__!i���_qi_g_g^.��_��ia^  J_!l^ JJ_EWIBl~-^illUI'W "WJBHJHgwg^ ������____?_. 'V,-,,  :^^^^^^s  _S_��aa��  flPMB   PIONEEB,    PHOENIX'/. BBITISH    COEUBKBIA,  '^���  AT YOUR SERVICE  #  I    Concentrates  DAVE OXLEY .-. EHOLT�� B.C.  Everything in Men's Wear  .Clothing:  Underwear  Shirts  Shoes  Hats  Caps. etc.  Thos.  "Everything a Man  Wears"  ��� 1 .11, ������  r:  rour Milk Supply  Should come from healthy and Vigorous Stock,  handledjn a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  manner Separated Cream insures purity and  quality. The Dairy produces both.  -=  I   THE DAIRY       J. Wr Hannam, Prop.  ��� ���_. < ��� ��� -  Xo  Rossiand has'six gospel mills.  Cordwood is $3 a cord at Quesnel.  South Africa wants   B.   C;   made  doors. ':' ���'":,,  Ducks are plentiful at Ok'anagan  Center.  Timothy hay 'is worth $14.50 a  ton in Fernie. s  Last week there was 180 cases of  measles in Kaslo.. :    ;  A pool table Hcense costs $2.50  at Port Alberni. :;;���     "~':'~  A T-bone steak costs "two bits"  a pound in Hope. , ; /   r  Elko's churches are closed down  account of,coal famine.'.',.   ,.  This summer-/a new"yftgeiable  cannery will be built at Keremos.  Wood is $8 a cord at Kelowua  and farmers are hauling it 20 miles.  Streetcars are being run all night  in Victoria to keep the snow" off the  track. '  Six hundred and sixty.one patients  were treated at the Vernon hospital  last year.  An average of ten coyote pelts a  day are being brought into Princeton. The government pays $3  bounty.  Quail and pheasants were fed  grain by the government at Duncans  recently. Heavy snow' prevented  their forraging.  Cranbrook hockey team recently  played the ladies of that city. One  condition imposed on the men was  that they wear skirts iyz yards at  the bottom.  'Miss Helena Mary Agnes.O'Connor, last remainiog lineal descendant  on the maternal side .of "Marlhus,  eldest son of Brian Boru, died at  Victoria last week aged 60. ' '  The old courthouse at Nanaimo,  erected 55 years ago, is being dismantled. Originally its basement  was frequented by patrons of a gin  mill, and tne court room used to be  a grocery.  ;:\*r-r'������?���*���?!���***?*?*?*'***  Boundary District of British CoiMhfo  'X:V  ^~  tMi  RICH   IN   MINERAL   AGRICULTURAL AND   LUMBERING 'P0i88IBI'LiTIW^  A MOST PROMISING FIELD FOR THE INVESTOR. 'ii^^'-WSS  _��� I  t  ,   . Simplicity is the keynote of neat-  ness, neatness the keynote of.clean-  /toess,    cleanliness   the   keynote 'of!  Godliness; ancl there you have it all I  in a nutshell.  Probably no district in the Dominion of Canada possesses sogreat: ari'lr^ay^f'i5  potentialities-as the abe>ve.   The mountains throughout its entire length ahd breadig  are almost without exception mineraliferous, containing gold, silver, copper, iron ^  other valuable ores, while in a few localities there are more than surface indication^  of the presence of coal,     -,:';;'\    ,i\ -Jf; '/Vf-^'-  FOREST ANO MINERAL WEALTH  /Its forest stretches are among the richest in the province^and what is:of��reat>  importance, easily accessible to;river and railway.    There is scarcely a square mile of  it that is not either equipped with high tension.wires, or which could   not  be  reached  by the expenditure of the smallest outlay.    Not the least attraction from the point of  view of the investor, is the sites for water power, which abound in this district.  ������ :       Just at present an immense amount of interest is being directed -to the recent  free gold discovery in Greenwood, while in the same district is to be seen one of the -  best equipped free gold properties in the west, a not inconsiderable asset in these days  of industrial depression and shrinkage of gold reserves.     It is in this district where is  situated the Phoenix and Grand  Forks properties of the  Granby Consolidated, t��- ,  gether with those of the British Columbia Copper company.    In the-former camp, and  surrounding it for miles on all sides, are acres  of crown-granted mineral claims, all  awaiting the advent of the investor.    The title deeds  to these properties, thanks te a  beneficent series of mining laws, are unimpeachable, and if proof is wanted of fcke  statement, let us point to the almost entire absence of mining litigation in the courts  of the province. -  AGRICULTURE AND FRUIT-GROWING CENTRE  The possibilities of the Boundary as an agricultural and fruit-growing centre  are also worthy of investigation, and a visit to some of its spendidly equipped orchards will prove a revelation to the stranger. The highways throughout the Boundary makes this section of the province the motorists paradise, millions having been  spent on the construction of government roads.    '���  Nq-localityis better served with railroads than  the  Boundary district.       At  present this section, is  served by. two of the .greatest systems on the continent,,.the ,.  C. R. R, and Great ..Northern companies, -while within afew /'months the route tofthef  Pacific coast will be commercially curtailed'by the opening 6T the "new  k. V. V  .branch ofthe former. -.'*'���-.-  Public  We announce the completion  jpf arrangements of delivery of  The Phoenix Pioneer  to ydurSdobr.  75 % Increase in City Sales  4x1 the past few weeks has ex-  ceeded 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.  SUTTONC  j fof garden and farm ore boat  I forB.C.soil.See Catalogue* for  I solid guarantee of purity  I and. jjermir-jation  Send now for Copy free  Sutton & Sons.Tho Kings Socmen  Roadi__(�����^l_nd  , A.J.W oodward  victoria      St       Vancouver  ��� 15 Fort St. 66T6r_nvlll% Sh  sate acent- ran British Columbia  I. O. O. F.  Snowshoe Lodere I  No. 46 '  ��� Meets every Monday Evening afc  Oddfellows' Hall. Visiting brethren  cordially invited.  *  Our hall is for rent for dances, social  evenings, etc.  William Oxley, Noble Grand.  Oscar Gnstafson, Fin. Secy.  Mark Rukin, Itec. Secy.  Have You Contributed to  Our Tobacco Fund ?  Daughters of Rebekah  Phoenix Lodge No. 17  Meets in the Oddfellows' Hall,  First and Third Wednesdays.  Mrs. N. McDonald, Noble Grand.  Mrs. Amy A. Cook, Secretory.  of P.  No. 28  Lodge,  Phoenixi  B.C.  Meets Tuesday Evening .at 7.30.  Sojourning brothers cordially welcomed.  Watch Repairs  Now that the Holiday Season  is over, we can attend  to your needs very  promptly.  E. E. Barnes, C.C.  C. H. Knight, K. of R. S.  r  Mail Your Subscription Today  This is what 25c. Sends:  50 CIGARETTES,  ���t OUNCES TOBACCO,  PACKET OF MATCHES  PYTHIAN SISTERS  Mountain Temple Lodge No. 17  Moots in Pythian Hall, Lower Town  Second and Fourth Thursdays.  A Large Stock of Parts for all  Standard Watches.  Mrs. Win. Wills,  M.E.C.  Mrs. H. Tilton.  M.R.C.  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES  Send Your Contribution  to The Pioneer Office and  it will be acknowledged.  Mo will remember you because your  name ami address is written on tho  postcard we enclose in every 25c.  Pared you subscribe for.  Phoenix Aerie No. 158  Meets in the Oddfellows' Hall, Friday  Evenings, at 8 p.m.  Visiting brothers are always welcome.  Richard Blundell, W. P.  T. R. Clarke, "VV. Secy.  E. A. Black, Jeweler  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Bag-  g-age Transfer. Careful attention to all orders.     Phone A56.  James G. McKeown  THE KNOB HILL HOTEL  A. O. Johnson, Prop.  First-Class Accommodation for Miners  FINEST OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CICJARS IN STOCK.  'PHONE 72. YOUR PATRONAGE  SOLICITED. THE   PIOWEEB,   PHQEtflX,   BRITISH   COLUHBIS.  T  We Try to Make You Feel at Home  Offers exceptional advantages to Miners; a warm comfortable dry; Clean and Gosy Bedrooms; Well-Cooked  and Well-Served Meals; also the Finest Bar and Highest  Quality of Gpodsihi:the Boundary Country.  ueeris  OXLEY & BOONE, PRO PS.  At Yoyr Service  #c  aVy  5r v��  BW��  * **&*&(?:  fc"*    "   iOJL^Iflf^  ^.:  Mm  mx  zfiti.   .     ...  in  V   BROOKLYN AVE     (Nextdoorto Pioneer Office)  iiliiiiiiil  insr  llilflflll  iiiililli!  &<8SB>Jasf.��^  if;  mmmst:.  OPERA HOUSE  W;;':'?  is;  ~JB  |Arar;atato^  ?r'each^he sunshine of their, love.'���-;  :-K  A^lJuitigle Zoo Wild Ahinial Picture. 5 liJ|?:@  ADMISSaOM  15c. and- 5c  Local and General  ity  ;; This is ari essential point to consider in the purchase of Bacon.  Every housewife deserves above everything���dependability in  cjj_^jty.0i Every piece of Bacon, every slice pf Hum should be uni-  '% fm^micfoAi'���:������,Only in one -way can this.be assured���"Specify"  .<_tt^Pwibut.,?�� ways.������       .   . :���',   ���  ^^^^Ifut. :,:���:'      :���:.'���. -.--'/.'v. ���'���,'������,  lamrock Hams and Bacon  JwMm (CURED IN CALGARY) -; r    "  -Mw&e*5potii'.;is_3ccted Hogs, ">u the most modern plant in the West  Gjoyisjtime^  ��mB^':uShairir<>ck  is the vSeal  of Superiority, -and this, applies  ei}u^Jy<.toVl^ ';;;���;'  i  1  iTAYLOR & NELSON, PROPS.  iftSif  'vMC  rs, Tobacco and Cigarettes  ^,;      :^ -        BEST BEAND ALWAYS QN^HAND   '  Special Line of the Famous Lowney's Chocolates  V     ^Smokers^Supplies. Soft Drinks.       .  Engljsh Bilfiards.    PooL    Bowling: Alleys  ii*4S  -IS  \d0mM  GcfMoro i>_.oi!.ey5-.si<5i' youi  Muskrat, White Weasel, Beaver, Lynx, Wolves,  Marten and other Fur bearers collected in your section  SHIP YOyii FITHS mnrcof /o "SJtlJi:KRT"thc larflcsl  i.i-jj;<::.- .'S ilia '.'crhl ..c!i!int| cxclas.vcly |�� NOIiTI! AS'.EKICAN HAW FUHS  a reijable���ros;io:^.io!i.���H;tro i-uriin,:;ev.;Ui a:i ti;,bloiiii.s)iodrep-  .iitr'.tioii oKiSiinjr for mora than a third of :i c-cnlurv." a Ions stic-  co:i';n:l record o)scn<n--,;; Fur Shj;ipc-rspronip',SATISFACTORY  ���A:-i/>-PKOFITAI)L!v return;;. Write for "Clje feijulitrt ig>I)ipptr,"  the only reliable, accurate market report and price list published  Write for il-N'tW-il'n FREE  A    U   SHfJPFRT   hiC   25:27 WEST AUSTIN AVE.  /���tv. ��>, Oil^JLSl--^.-, -/It-. DcptC OS CHICAGO, U.S.A.  ., Rainfall for week'i. 13..  Rex Watters left for San Francisco  Wednesday.  Mrs. Nellie Tyson left for ...England.Saturday.'  Mrs. Tom Richards .left Friday  for Grand Forks.  J. A. Morrin paid a visit to Grand  Forks Thursday.  'Page Boyle left for  his  home  in  Spokane Saturday. ,     ��     '    :  Oliver typewriter ribbons for sale  at "The Pioneer" office. ".  Wm. Delahay is taking applications for tbe Cariboo' rangers.  A special meeting of the ^ miners'  union will be held'toriight at 7.30.  ,   Gordon McLeod, wellkriovvn here,  is now located at   Kirkland   Lake,  Ont.-'   ' ':[.:���[ V  For .Sale���Five .roomed house ��� on  Boston Heights; also furniture.  Apply Mrs. James Pinder,  Hockey match, Trail vs Phoenix,  postponed until Friday, February  25, account of mild weather.  R. A. Brown, of Brown's Ferry,  Wash., arrived in the city Monday  on a combined business and pleasure  trip.        s n  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.  A full line of writing tablets, envelopes and papetries, direct' from  the mills, of W. G. Gage & Co.  Now on sale at Almstrom's. "   ''  F. J. Lake, the photographer,  will be here on Friday and Saturday, February 25 and 26, at his  studio next door to "The Pioneer"  office.  According to the Hedley Gazette,  Phoenix, io the   Boundary ^district,  is'so high above sea level- that J the  ordinary mucker   cap .snowball  the  angels. -       ' "'"���''  Miss Macgregor, representing the  Women's   Missionary  society,   will  speak in the Presbyterian chnrch on  Sunday, February 20, at '11   a.   m."  All "welcome.     "���'"  Receipts of the recent patriotic  ice carnival totalled ,$17T.'25. Just  one more tribute, to the-untiring  efforts of the Phoenix Woman's  Patriotic society. , -  An excellent audience witnessed  the hockey match here ��� Tuesday  evening between teams composed  of Greenwood and, Phoenix ladies.  Score, 2-0 favor Phoenix.  The Knights of Pythias will, hold  their anniversary social in their hall  on February 22. A contribution  box will be placed at the door with  a view to supply members at the  front with tobacco.  Teamsters locally anticipate better  wheeling than sleighing by April 10.  Tn the spring of 1907 snow and ice  predominated here as late as May 11  Tuesday of this week a thaw set in,  and the weather was decidedly  balmy.  Secretary P. B. Freeland, of the  local patriotic society, forwarded  this week the sum of $1500 to the  head office ofthe society in Victoria.  The sum of $500lwas also forwarded  to the ^Canadian - Red Cross,  Toronto.  Tuesday afternoon J. Anderson  was fined $50 and costs for carrying  an offensive weapon. It proved to  be.a homemade blackjack constructed from lead and rubber hose.  Constable Cook arrested the  offender.  Don't fail to attend the Leap Year  dance on the 29th. Four years from  | this date may be too late for some  thoughtless fellow whose head will  have become So bald that it will be  useful only for an old maid to stick  her chewing gum on.  James Walsh and Mabel E."  Garrigues were married in Greenwood on January 31, by the Rev.  R. D. Porter. Both formerly lived  in Phoenix, but are now residing at  t-ie Mother Lode mine where tl ey  conduct the boarding house,  J. O. Julsrud begs to stute tl at  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.1   Terms reasonable.    Your patronage solicited;  '.. Tom F.   Oxley,���> of the   Queen's  hotel, returned Monday from a  ten  days' vacation   spent on   his 'ranch  at Shuswap  lake.    0;i  the   return  ���trip he spent a few happy  hours   at  the Rosslandcarnival.    He promises  to stay in town two weeks this time.  J. Lane, late of Nelson,   arrived  on   Monday  evening and  Tuesday  morning assumed the charge of the  Queen's hptel cullinary department.  Dick Lane  still   continues   to give  universal satisfaction in the  mirror  side of this  popular   rendezvous   to  all   partakers   of   nourishment    in  liquid form.  ,P. G. Hobbs, of Colville, was in  town Saturday doing a land office  business, selling honey in 51b. cans'.'  Hobbs has been -in the business  since he was ten years of age. ' He  disposes of an average of 15 tons a  year and has no difficulty in finding  customers. His partner is H. L.  Hart, of North Yakima, Wash.  Inclemency of the   weather  notwithstanding, A.   O.   Johnson,   the  genial proprietor of the   Knob   Hill  hotel, has arrived safely at Phoenix,  Ariz.    At 12  a.   m.,   February   8,  the temperature there was  71   deg.  However, Phoenix, B. C. stacks up  pretty well-itself this week for heat,  even if it is on the roof of the world.  Monday G. W. Rumberger was a  visitor .at  the   big   free  exhibit  of  California  products   maintained   in  Los   Angeles  by   the   chamber    of  commerce.    He   also  attended   the  illustrated   lectures    and    moving  pictures that  are  given  daily  and  plans to see the great  international  exposition that will be continued  at  San Diego during 1916.  HOCKEY PENNANTS  PURPLE AND WHITE  Price, 50c. to 75c.  T. S, QUANCE    -   Phoenix, B.C.  CASH FOR HIDES  Green Cow Hides and Kips  1 Oc. per lb.  DRY HIDES���  18c. per lb.  ROBERT A. BROWN  MIDWAY, B.C.  Church Services  52nd ANNIVERSARY  ���OF  THE-  KNiGHTS  r  ��� esfm      " ��n'  W_-^-M-M��-_____WBM____M_��~-M-__^__B--t   ,'" >    S** T  ^^^S-__-_-_a_B-_-^----a---��B-p_--��_-��---vH-"    ** <"*  QF PYTHIAS  Z3_S_____S_____S_SS__SSS!-ZESmmSl  ��� *  WILL BE CELEBRATED IN THEIR1   .  CASTLE HALL  Tues. Feb. 22  Wanted ��� An industrious man  who can earn $100 per month and  expenses selling our products to  farmers. Must have some means  for starting expenses and- furnish  contract signed by two responsible  men. Address W. T. Rawleigh Co.?  Ltd., Winnipeg, Man., giving age,  occupation and references.  The Fraternal Order of Eagles  will hold their annual dance on  March 17, more familarly known as  St. Patrick's Day. An energetic  committee is making arrangements  and it is their intention to not overlook the smallest detail���in fact  each committee man is checking  the' other so that not the smallest  detail will be overlooked. As usual  excellent music will be a feature.  Last Friday night's concert and  social evening staged by the ladies  aid of the Presbyterian church was  a distinct success. ^ In point - of  excellence the various . numbers  would be hard to beat. Standing  room was at 'a premium, possibly  on'tri" of the,."finest '-tributes  that_co*uid be, accorded such all  excellent' program. The supper,  too, but added fresh laurels to the  energetic committee in charge.  The stated services at the Church  of Our Lady of Good Counsel are'as  follows���Second and fourth Sundays  in- the month: Mass at 1,0 a'.ni.;  Sunday school after mass; Evening  service at 7.30. Rev. Father Domt  Dorval. _, - i  St. John's Church ��� Holy comi  munion at 8 and 11 a.m. Morning  prayer, 10.30. Sunday school at  2.30., * Evensong, 7.30. Rev. A. Mi  Lloyd, vicar.        ��� �����.��u' ,i  ' St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church  ���Service February 20 at 11 a. m)  Sunday school at 2. p.m. Prayer  meeting Wednesday, at the manse,  7.30 p.m. All welcome. Rev. J. R.  Munro, pastor. " \   ,'  NOTICE  Notice is hereby given to the public  of Eholt that a ShuberL piano, now ip  my posst'ssion will bo" sold to defray  storagc expenses if not-,claimed within  30days. Higbeso brany bid not neces-  sui'ilyjiccepled.        , ..   ,.  D. Oxley, i  Chairman Trustees. Committed.  Dated at Eholt, February 2, 1910.  ���  Application for a Transferor  Liquor License.  To the Bourd  of Licence Commltf-  sioners, Phoenix, B. 0.: 7  ���TAKE NOTICE .that I intend <jb  apply to the Board, of License. Coni-  missioners for': the City' of Phoenix-  B.C.,' at their next sitting, for a transfer of the Liquor Lice'nse for' the  .Queen's Hotel in the name of Tom F.  Oxley and J. B- Boone.  Tom F. Oxley.    *  Dated at Phoenix.t B.C., this 21st day  ot* January, 1010.      .-./"\    "��� '���<  Social  Evening:,' Progressive  Whist, Supper and Dance..  All Pythian Brothers and  Sisters Are Cordially Invited  To Commence at 8.30 Sharp  AL Almstrom  Books, Stationery, Wall  Paper and Fancy Goods  Kodaks, Photo Supplies  Fountain Pens, etc.  ��s  23 REASONS WHY  The  Typewriter  Is Superior  to All Others.  Double Type-Bar  Direct Connection with  Levers  Downward Stroke of Type-The Disappearing Indi-  Bar cator  Uniform Depression and    Visible Writing  Tension Tabulating and Billing  Stability and Compactness Perfect Paper Feed  Drawing Lines Automatic Line Spacing  Lighi, Elastic Key Touch: Release Keys   il ��� j t  No Resistance of Universal Type Face Upwards for  Bar Cleaning  Durability  Key-Board  The Platen  Light-Running Carriage  Speed  Rapid Escapement Left Hand Carriage Return Filling in 31anks or Dates  For Particulars as to price or terms, see G. K^y-^cnee!"  %: .  i'i    .  U  K' ���  >i(  l> ���  &? .'  5?. \  *���>    ���  ���V-  '"  J *,:/;,**^>'.J'A'  f'-j'tU.-VV  fit

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