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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jan 31, 1914

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 r' :V  !  PREMIER TALKS  ON FINANCES  News Notes From Granby Bay  Province Has Two Million Dol  lars in the Bank to'the Good  at Present Time.  The Province of British Columbia  has over $2,000,000 in the bank today, which is between $400,000 and  $500,000 above the amount involved  in the recent treasury note issue.1"  declared Premier McBride in the  course of his speech in the House  last week on the reply to the address  from the throne.  In a long discussion of provincial  affairs, during which  he dealt with  the conduct of  the   administration,  giving- his   remarks  a  constructive  tone  of optimism   rather than   the  pessimistic note which characterized  the   speech   of    Parker   Williams,  of Newcastle, on the day  previous,  , the   Premier   produced    figures   to  show the present financial condition  of the province.       They   indicated,  he claimed, that the situation, speaking from a fiscal point of, view,   far  from being  as   dark   as   had   been  claimed by the   "blue   ruin  preachers" who had gone up and down the  province with a story of trouble  and  poverty, was of a roseate hue.  ������Ten and a half years ago, when  this government came into  power,"  said the Premier, ,4the debt of. the  province was about $11,500,000, and  its income annually in the neighborhood of $2,000,000.    At the present  time the provincial debt,   including  the flotation - of   treasury   notes   a  short time ago   to   the  amount  of  $1,500,000, is not   over  $9,000,000  and our income is over $10,000,000.  . }'.! may announce, that   it ,is  the  aim of this administration to arrange  that within    the   next   few   weeks  there will   be   practically  no   direct  taxation, and   nearly  all   provincial  revenues will come from natural  resources of the   province.    A   policy  of that kind in   force    will   mean    a  'sound   and   economic' condition   of  affairs.  (Special to Phoenix Pioneer)  Granby Bay, Jan.   29.���The past  week has been  an   especially busy  one in the^history of Granby Bay.  The filling in of the cribbing of the  Dam has been  proceeding steadily,  and it is hoped that in the course of  a very few days the  water will  be  completely shut off.    The latter will  then have to rise some twenty feet  before   reaching   the   in-take   pipe,  connecting ' with   the   new   power  house.  The steel gang working on the  Smelter building finished up this  week, and most of the men went  down on the "Prince Rupert" on  Thursday.  ���V, H. Todd, of the company's  enginee?ing staff, left on the 18th  on a prospecting trip in the direction  of Hastings Arm, with a view to  ascertaining the possibilities for developing additional water power in  this vicinity.  C. E. Allen, converter liner, who  arrived here about two weeks ago  from Great Falls, Mont., had the  misfortune to sustain a fractured  arm, and has been confined to the  hospital. However, his injury has  so far improved that he U able ro  direct the lining of the converters at  the smelter, so that no delay will  occur in this branch of construction.  O. B. Smith, the company's superintendent of mines, came in from  Vancouver on the "Prince Rupert"  on the ^22nd. Mrr and Mrs. Ed  Davjs and Earl Smith arrived on the  same boat.  A. R. Hodgson, assistant to W.  J. Hamilton in the assay office, has  arrived from Denver, Colo., and is  a guest at the Granby Bay hotel.  Cold weather has been experienced here during -the past week,  the thermometer, in exposed places,  registering five and six degrees below zero.  Scotchmen and others celebrated  Burns' night here with a concert in  the " Recreation hall, and a targe  number partook of baggis.  PHOENIX TEAM WINS  THREE LEAGUE GAMES  District No.. 6 Officers  Wins  Three  From  Greenwood, and Loses one  to  Grand   Forks���Wednesday's   Game   Sensational���Home Team Out of Condition.  As the league now stands Phoenix has won three out of four games  played. January 12, Phoenix defeated Greenwood at Phoenix. January  24, Phoenix defeated Greenwood at Greenwood. January 26, Phoenix  defeated' Greenwood at Phoenix. January 28, Phoenix lost to Grand  Forks at Grand Forks, Besides these Phoenix has played three exhibition games���Defeated Nelson at Phoenix Christmas day. Lost to Nelson at Nelson New Year's Day. Defeated Grand Forks at Phoenix January 19th. All three Phoenix victories in the league games were won  over Greenwood, and the single loss was to Grand Forks. In all the  Phoenix boys have played seven games, and have won five of them.  Grand Forks has won one league game  from   Greenwood  and   one  from Phoenix. ^ Greenwood so far has \von no league games.  The following  three games have been played since the last issue   of  the Pioneer.  Fhoeriix-Greenwood���at- Greenwood  Greenwood was beaten on her own ice last Saturday night by the  Phoenix champions. After a hard fought game the team from the top of  the bill was victorious with a score of 5 to 1 to its credit. About 100  people went down to the smokey city by special train, the run being  made in 57 minutes.. P. Harkness was engineer on the special and made  a record breaking run. Also quite a' number went by sleigh and some  walked. ' '  '  The goals scored for Phoenix were; O'Connell, 2; Benson, 2, and  Morris i. The one goal for Greenwood was scored by Benson of the  Phoenix team on a fluke. The game throughout was unusually fast, and  there was no rough playing to speak of.. In the first period O'Connell,  Benson and MorriiT'each scored one goal for Phoenix. In the second  period while the playing was hard neither team scored. In the third  period Benson and O'Connell scored one each for Phoenix, in this period  the fluke was made giving Greenwood a goal.  Penalties���O'Connell, Benson^*, Morris and^Neil.  Sayers and Howey played spare for  Phoenix.  At Nelson last week at the meet  ing of the delegates to the convention of District No. 6, W. F. of M.,  the following officers were elected:  President���Frank Phillips, of  Nelson, elected by acclamation.  First Vice-President���H. ^ A.Stewart, of Rossland.  Second Vice-President���Harry  Elsmore, of Phoenix, elected by acclamation. \ ',. .  Secretary-Treasurer���A. Shilland, f  of Sandon, elected by acclamation.  Delegates to the British Columbia Federation of Labor���Marcus  Martin, of Moyie; Glen Marshall, of  Rossland.  Fraternal Delegate to District  No. 18 United Mineworkers of  America���Percy W. Johnston.  Nelson,    Rossland,     Greenwood  and Grand   Forks  were   nominated  for places for  the next  convention  Nelson was chosen.  GOOD TURNOUT AT  SEI TOURNAMENT  >&/.  -&, i-  X  Paul  Nysater Wins Five-Mile  ���x Race^ in 34 mins. 21- seconds������_  Engen Wins Ski Jump.  Undoubtedly World's Champion  Norval Baptie is undoubtedly the  undisputed world's champion skater.  Morris Wood, of Long Branch, New I 85 feet�� Hans   Har>sen   came  third,  *,   Although the weather last Sunday  was blustry there was quite a good  turnout to witness the ski races and  jumping events, which proved interesting.    The five mile race  for  the  trophy was won by Paul Nysater in  34 minutes and 21   seconds.      Gust  Carlson came in second in   35   minutes and  24  seconds.      The  other  competitors  in   the  race  were;   E.  Engen, P. Rostad, H.  Christensen, ,  A. Stenwald, Alf.   Christensen  and  Magnus  Olson.      All   made    very  good   time   considering  the' condition of the snow and weather.  In the jumping contests in Class  A, Engwald Engen won first prize,  a cup and gold medal, by jumping  90 feet; Paul Nysater won second  prize; a a silver medal, by jumping  .1  .' 'eh  ���Phoenix-Greenwood���at Phoenix^  For the third time this season the Phoenix hockey team defeated  Greenwood. In the league game Monday night the score was 5 to 4 in  favor of the home team. It must be said in favor of the visitors that  they played a good fast game and,that they gave the." Phoenix boys about  the hardest run they have had' yet.^   The ice was ih the best of condition  and the band played for the first time at'a'.match   this   season.   ��_A. "goo&l ^   ���     , . f ril~ ^.   *.^ ���-. i.M!.i    u]  number of   boosters came up from Greenwood   on- a  *peci*U train,/butW^^^^  Jersey, and Ed. Lamey, of Saranac  Lake, New York, former amateur  champions, are now in the professional class, but Baptie has been  unable to get a match with either  of them. In 1907 Baptie competed  with all the fast skaters at that time  including the European champions,  and won in all contests.  Baptie gave a splendid exhibition while in Phoenix. His fancy  skating and jumping and speed  racing     were   wonderfully    clever.  Liberal Speakers Coming  H. C. Brewster, leader of the  Liberal party in-British Columbia,  and John Oliver, former leader, will  be in Phoenix next Wednesday evening Feburary- 4th, and will address  a public meeting'  UnionS O per:  its announced  jumping 83 feet, and also winning a  silver medal.  In Class B, Helmer Bakke- cam*  first, winning the shield and gold  medal. Alfred Christensen came  second with 55 feet, winning the  silver medal, acd Pete Rostad came  third with 50 feet, also winning a  silver medal.  m  IF  Twenty-three mines, , of which  nine were in the Slocan and Ains-  woith districts, three in Rossland,  four in the Nelson division and two  in East Kootenay, last week shipped  7,363 tons of ore to the smelter of  the Consolidated Mining" & Smelting" ��>mpa1ly'at/Trail;.     ".' -  Ore Tonnages  Followihg>are th.e~"returns  of the  The  Big' Store  SPECIAL- FOR  TO-  CAULIFLOWER  RHUBARB  LETTUCE  CELERY  SPINACH  PINE APPLES  GREEN PEPPERS  even with them the attendance was not as large as usual  Greenwood won first honors-when in the first period Lynn scored  within three minutes after the puck was tossed on the ice by the referee.  Shortly afterwards O'Connell scored for Phoenix and at the end of the  period the game stood 1���1." 1  In the second'period Trebern scored for Greenwood and   Bassett for  the home"team, making the score at the end of this period 2���2,  Both teamsr speeded up in the last period and played for all that was  in them. The score was now a tie and each team put up a desperate  struggle to win. However, it seemed destined as usual for Phoenix to  be the victors, and Bassett, O'Connell and Morris each scored in short  order. In this period Lynn scored twice for Greenwood, but when the  gong sounded Phoenix had one goal to the good.  Lobsinger, of Grand Forks was referee, and Quance, of Phoenix,  was judge of play. The timekeepers were Black and Deichert, of Phoenix and Burnelland Donelly of Greenwood..  Penalties���Morris, Neil, Smith, Bassett and Mcintosh.  Phoenix-Grand Forks���at Grand Forks  The : Phoenix team met with its first reverse in the league game at  Grand Forks Wednesday night, when Grand Forks won by a score of 5  to 3. The attendance was the largest at any game this season. About  150 people went down from Phoenix on the special, and splendid time  was made both going and coming.  The game was full of excitement and at times exceedingly rough.  The first goal was scored by Benson of Phoenix within thirty-five seconds  after the game started, but was not allowed because the goal umpire was  asleep at his post and did not notice it. A protest was entered, but was  not allowed. However, the goal umpire was removed and another man  appointed. At the end of the first period the game stood 3-0 in favor of  Grand Forks. At the end of the second period it stood 4-0 in favor of  Grand Forks. Then the tide turned in the third period. For the first 1 5  minutes the play was all round Grand Forks goal, with Phoenix playing  six men on the forward line. Phoenix scored three goals in this period,  and Grand Forks scored one.  The Phoenix boys were not iu good condition. They had just been  in three hard games, and were pretty well used up. O'Connell was out  of the game altogether. Davidson had a sore arm, Mcintosh had his  hip hurt, and Morris Was hit over the head and was suffering from the  injury. Then again the ice was sticky and black around the .edges',  which put the visitors at a disadvantage, not being accustomed to it.  Mcintosh and Rochon mixed in the second period, and in the third Lobsinger took a wallop at the judge of play. It is the opinion ofthe Phoenix fans that the referee and judge of play were too lenient in their work.  Sayers played left wing, O'Connell's position, throughout the game,  and Howey played spare.  For Grand Forks M'cWha replaced McGregor for a short time.  Niles of Grand Forks was referee, and Donnelly of Greenwood judgi  of play.  A big game is expected here i ext Monday, when Phoenix and Gran J  Forks will again meet, this time on Phoenix  ice.  . tion'ex.tended -at,* cordial - wviatation  to everyone to "attendi  , .\~Granby -. -' 20,815  r*-K .  1,273,580  ���\l j^B��;wI  DISTINCTIVE AND  SEASONABLE STYLES  are the feature of  As they are also the  demand of good dressers, we can supply your  Winter needs.  We are showing all  the new lapel and front  effects of the Latest  Shades and Fabrics, viz:  Browns, Greys,  Fawns, Mixtures,  Two-Tones, etc.  in   all   the   neat,   quiet  weaves   so   popular   at  present.  We offer no selection���only  one grade of tailoring���that  the best.  CALL TODAY AND EXAMINE THESE GOODS  4t .A"t>-  r*>'\  7  ATT  ���CAi'  wu^BuiiiiiLiu��iwj|i���  >*���  ji   v  ' >.'4 tofe -  I.1.'  X^  *fm  \ '*<  i' <"���  A-  *rffo?jfrA  THE   PIONEER,  CBHWB  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  issued weekly  at Phoenix, British Columbia  Subscription, 2.00 per year   _  2.50 to United States.  G. Kay, Publisher.  "Do you print a daily here.?"  Every country newspaper man has  this question jaut to him about  "steen" times a year.  *������  ENIX, . BRITISH * COLUMBIA.  *���  The'Old Man  Be kind to your daddy, O gamboling youth; his feet are 'now  sluggish and cold; intent on your  pleasures, you don't see the truth,  which  is that yo��r dad'rf- growing  ,>'  ADVERTISING SOAUE  Application for liquor Licence (80 days)  Scotch songs and Scotch music,  like the whiskey made in that country,   seem Uo/improve  with   age. ,|oUl    Ah, once he could whip  forty  "Annie   Laurie,"  ove   wun   age.,!"'**���    *�������'���"'."**'*"*���   ��"-r   ���-���-j  'Crookit" Baw-1 bushels of snakes  but  now  he  is  ,*5.oo bee," and some of the other melod-  j)'..  t"t  l! ,��  Cortlflcato of Inqjprovement notice (COdayH)$7.60  Application to Patcbcvao liand notices (6p days)  '   j " $7.fi0  Delinquent Co-cronor notices (!�� days).. ��� .810.00  Small Water Notices (30 days) $7.fi0  All other lognl advortlHlngr, 12 conU a lino,  , singlo column, for tho flrat Insertion; and 8  cents a line for oach subsequent Insertion, nonpareil measurement.  Display ads $1.00 per inch,  single  column, per month.       ,  Saturday, Jan. 31,  1914.  " it is said that hard times are un-  ' known on 1 Prince Edward Island.  Thcr'reason for this is that on the  island about 84 per cent of the population was on the land. In British, Columbia it is estimated that  only 34 per cent ofthe people were  on farms.  ies are as popular today as they  probably were a hundred years ago.  Different with many of the compositions on this continent of recent  years. Who would now have the  temerity to sing "After the Ball,"  or ' "Two Little Girls in Blue" at a  public gathering? and yet only fifteen years ago these two songs  were being sung from ocean to  ocean. And "The Trail of the  Lonesome Pine" and some  later productions will be  ones in another six months.  of the  "dead  Everybody.knows that Scotland  is the land- of cakes and oatmeal.  This fact calls up the canny Scot's  answer to surly English Johnson's  definition of oatmeal: "In England food for horses; in Scotland  food foremen." .-Swift'came the  Scotch retort: "In "England they  raise the. best' horses, but in Scot  land the best men."    ',-  r  ' - Phoenix'is to bo congratulated on  its excellent financial "condition,  as  ' will be seen by the statement published ,pn page three of this issue of  the-Pioneer. According to the report of the auditor, the showing for  the past year has been the best, in  the"city's history. The starting of a  sinking fund is also an excellent  idea:    The  affairs  of  the   city    of  -Phoenix are-in better shape than  most any other, city in the province.  -" The Phoenix Pioneer as an adver-  T Using medium   is' difficult, to ' beat.  Last" week in   the local   colums a  house was offered .for sale by one  - man, another party-shad^ a -range, a  stove and a Davenport  to  dispose|d 'd de'a{   f'    J ��    but  ,ead  Those who witnessed the ski racing and jumping contests in Phoenix  last Sunday could not fail to be impressed with the fact that the Swedes  and Norwegians have a healthy and  invigorating line of sport. While  the Americans go strong on baseball and the Canadians strong on  hockey and- football, our friends  from the Scandinavian peninsula,  have chosen a sport that is .equally  as strenuous and in every way demanding-fully as much skill. It requires long- and hard practice to  become an adept, on skis,, and the  ski jumper as he flies through the  air takes chances almost equally'as  great as the aviator or the parachute  jumper. A" 'wrong calculation of  distance or "any mishap while in  midair Inost likely  ends   in "serious,  injury or even death.   ' ���  Lead-Bounty Light" Last Year .  Lead bounty -payments for the  past year have been very light,,, according to G.~ O. Buchanan, commissioner of lead bounties, says the  Kaslo'Kootenaian.      **       ;  From May until December, according to Mr. Buchanan, not a  cent ofthe bounty was earned, but  when the price dropped below the  bounty payment figureb in the last  month'of the  year, he  prepared" to  spavinedy,and lame; his joints are all  -usty- and tortured with aches, and  weary and worn is his frame. He  toiled and he slaved like a government mule to see that his kids had  a chance; he fed them and clothed  them, and sent them to school, rejoiced when he" marked their advance. He dressed in old duds that  his Mary and Jake might bloom  like the rose's in June, and oft when  you swallowed your *' porterhouse  steak, your daddy was chewing a  prune. And now that he's worn  by his burden of care, just show you  are worth all he did;.look out for  his comfort, and hand him his chair,  and hang up his slicker and lid   ��    Hot Air  In the cattle of life's battle  Wo resort to forces queor,  But Iho force of till the forces  Is caloric atmosphere;  For it's air that fans our faces,  And it's wind that stirs tho crowd,  As we struggle for the "pesos" -  From the bibbiu to the shroud.  One may emulate a bishop,   ' -<  Havehis piety as well,  Have his head so'full of wisdom,  As to almost burst the shell;  Have the knowledge of a master    _  And a double jointed pull, ^  But you cannot cut the mustard  If you cannot throw the bull.  ���Tiginthu.  His Didn't Stick  "Rpbert," asked the teacher,  "did you throw any of. those paper  wads sticking on  the  blackboard?"  "No," replied Robert, * "Mine  didn't stick." -     -  C. P. R.'s History  i i  Under the title "Censuring th'e  C.P.R." the Western British American of Chicago of'January 10, has  the following:    .  Successful countries like successful men are sometimes apt to slight  or forget the good people who help  them " on'' the way to triumph at  critical times in their career. We  get-an illustration of this in the case  of Canada and the Canadian Pacific  Railway. The latter has been passing through one of its periodical experiences of'criticism by disgruntled  interests at home and abroad.  The Canadians should be the last  on earth to begrudge this company  its great property. There were  years when it made little or nothing,  years when it faced losses instead of  gains and dividends.. And in those  years it achieved the pioneer work  for the new land of. promise that  insured for the latter most of the  vast development that-has come  since. '        ,  Back in 1881 when Lord Mount-  stephen and- Lord Strathcona took  the initiative in the scheme to supply  Canada with a railroad westward to  the coast, the territory that flourishes  today with fertile farms and . stock  ranches   was   an   ocean   of   barren  Yes, thep ore neat!  And they're just as comfortable as they look.  I have worn this kind for years and I never  knew what hose satisfaction was ' until I got  them. You should try Penmans Hosiery���they  retain their shapeliness���set snug to foot and  limb and wear much longer than ordinary hose.  Penmans Hosiery is made for men, women and children, in  cotton, cashmere, silk and lisle���in .any .weight and a l  popular colors. .. ' Look for tho trademark  Penmans Limited, Paris, Can.  Hosiery Sweaters Undtrwear  prairie.  Canada gave the Canadian Pacific  93 =  Hosiery  .v . KNIT GOODS  of, and a lady lost a gold watch and  J�����0   .,  T^wishe&to-recover itl, V^he'^Pioneer  did not stay down long.'  -      ' >   i  King EdwardLodge  No. 38, A.F. and A.M.*  Regular communication at 8  p.m.   Second Thursday of  each month.  Emergent meetings as called; Masonic  Hall, McHale, Block.  , W. J. Pierce,  \     W.M.  Shoes that Fit!  We make a specialty of Miners'  Shoest good fit, nice shape,, and  nothing but the best of stock used  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  NICK PAL.ORCIA,  Knob Hill Ave.        Phoenix, D.O.  John Finlay, Jr.-,  \ Secy.   K  -hours afterthe ! paper.-appeared "on  ihe" streets.-' "'J       ,  '"'"   ���'" '  On the high cost of Jiving herejjs  some good advice  from   P.   Burns',/  1 the meat king, as given in the   Vic-l  toria Times:    "The way to   reduce)  the  cost of  Hying is to go  on  the  land and grow things.    I'll buy  his  .produce ,from him. L, should not  have to goto >New Zealand and  Australia and Japan for produce  when I'm operating my business in  this fine big, "rich western country.  Tell the people for me that if they  want to make things cheaper thai  they should ,self their -automobiles  - and quit swapping real estate and  living off each other."  -i  .-'t  l I"    '  The man coming into a small  town does not inquire if the street  cars are running; when he goes to  a hotel he does not expect to find  an elevator in it, or a public stenographer or-a manicurist, nor does  he expect to find public squares  with statues of Queen Victoria, Sir  John Macdonald or General Wolfe.  No; he knows better than to expect  them in a small place. But the  same man will call at the newspaper  office in this same small town and  without  batting an   eye    will  ask,  60   YEARS*  EXPERIENCE  ->'A  Trans Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  I.O.CfcF.  Snowshoe Lodge  -: ��� ~  N��:'*e���  !���- Meets every Monday Evening'at  Miners'" Hall. "Visiting brethren cordially invited.       ;   .   -  WOOD  First-class Fir and-Tam-  arac Wood, $6.00 per cord  Pine Wood,  $5.00 per cord.  E. B. Barnes, Noble Grand.  "Wm. Oxley, Fin. Secy.       ^  Sam McLeod, Bee. Secy.  Fir and Tamarac, uouble cut,  per cord, $7.00.- ���   ���  WOOD DELIVERED  ON   SHORT  'Phone B32  11 NOTIOE.  ���of^rfrti&uf  Smiling:  greet the coming of a case of  PHCENIX BEER  WHY? '.'  '',,._>  Because the Beer is .s'orgood  and wholesome it brine's the  ... t       '       ,'  smile.        .   -  ' 'PHONE 33    '\ .  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  , LIMITED "    - ��    ���  Patent* tafcen tbraxtah Unco fti Co. WC81W  nectalnotUc, Wthoatrcbarge, in the  A hasKIsomoly lUuatratoa weekly. tMreeOi cw-  &��Sj��<tf ony Bdentlflo Journal. Terms for  CSBttdo, *VT5 a yew, postage prepold. SoW Pf  all newsdealers.  " ��Mcb OfflocvKB F Bt. ���WtahingtOD. D.  Daughters of Rebekah  Phoenix Lod^e No. 17  Meets in   the  Miners'  Union  Lodge  Ball First-and Third Wednegdffys.  Mrs. E. E. Barnes, Noble Grand  Mrs. Mary McKenzie, Secretary.  Robt. Forshaw  FRATERNAL.ORDER  OF EAGLES  .r   Phoenix Aerie No. 158  Meets in Union Hall, Friday Evenings.  "Visiting brother* are arwtcya welcome.  " QtrrrMAW Work, W. P.  ���~     JamJBb W*rB, W. Seey,    .  K. of P. Lodge,  No. 28  Phoenix,  B.O.  Meets Tuesday EvarNmo at 7.80.  Sojourning brothers cordially wel  conied>  N. Davidson,CO.  E. E. Babkbs, K. of R.S.  PYTHIAN S8STEBS  HAountatn Temple Lodffe No.17  Meets In Pythian Hall, Lower Town     "  Second and Fourth Thursdays.  . ;    '.  Mrs. Mary McKenzie  Mh>9 Morfydd Bateman, ��� M.B.O.  M.E.C.  some $62,000,000 in cash and construction, and 25000,000 acres of  land. ^ Trie C.P.R. gave Canada  the greatest, transportation line in  existance, making' possible the peopling of the scattered sections of  illimitable extent/between Winnipeg  and Vancouver.  No master workman in the history  of America's building projects and  accomplishment ever displayed rarer  qualities than the builders of the  C.P.R. No road^today is more ably  conservatively and progressively  managed. Reflecting on these.facts  one would expect that Canada's  newspapers would be-the last to disparage the Canadian Pacific, and  'the first to defend it from the foreigner's bad feeling and abuse."  There are some fine dairy herds  up in the Bulkley valley and around  Francois lake. Tr-e Holsteins seem  to be the breed best adapted to the  country..-_     *-   -     ..���      <,-    ..  r.v  ��T  DR KELLEY  CURES  DISEASES  OF  MEN  BY MODERN  METHODS  My Motto: Quick lasting cures guaranteed at Moderate Prices. Expert  Medical Examination B'ree..-Free ��x-  amination of urine when necessary."  Consult me���free. Don't .delay. Delays are dangerous. Call or write.  Free booklet.   Everything "confidential.  Hours:   9 a.m. to 8 p.m.  Sundays, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.  Dr. Kelleys Museum  '    210 HOWARD ST., SPOKANE       ~_  RECO STEAM LAUNDRY  The machinery in our Laundry has  recently been completely Qvvejl.\-fcaulcd,  and we aie now in a position to give  our pati ons the utmost satisfaction in  all kinds of laundry work at the most  liberal rn.tes,  Wc wash Everything   but  the  Baby.  A Trial Solicited.  Phone 50.  Dominion Ave.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-  wesfc Territories *md in. a portion of the  Province of British Oolumbi*, may "be  leased, for a term of twenty-one years  at an annual rental ef $1 an aore. Not  rtore Shin fftSSO Ktwels will fe�� iKased to  ene ^pTicftat.  Ap^licafeien 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 situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal subr  divisions of sections, and in unsur-  veyed territory the tract applied for  shall be stakeJ out by the applicant  himself.  7 Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. A royalty, shall be paid oft the merchantable  output of the mine at the rate of five  cents per ton. ���  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such returns should be. furnished at leastonce  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 rlttte of $10.00 an acre.  For full iibfflrmatibp ' application  should be made to tpe Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa,  or to any Agent pi* Sub-Agent of DominionLands.<  WW- OOEY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���Unauthorized  publication of  this advertisement will not be paid for.  Send In Your Stationery Orders and  Holiday Printing to the  Phoenix Pioneer  THE HOME OF  ARTISTIC  A BUSINESS MAN IS .KNOWN BY THE  QUALITY OF PRINTING HE USES  Our Stock of Stationery is the Best that can be procured in  Canada,.and our Workmanship will meet with your approval  Why Not Have Your Stationery  Printed by Us?  We mafee a specialty pf letterheads, EnvelbpeSj Billheads,  Note Heads, Memps., Visiting Cards, Menus, Posters,  'Wedding Invitations, Check Bopks, By-^aws,  and in fact anything- done with;.Printers' i ;  INK ANP PAPER    -  No Job Too Large, None too Small  The I  $2.00 per Year in Adrance.  $2.50 per Year to U. S.  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  Pont7to arjy-part of the Dqt  minion for $2,00 a year, /  ��� } '   i i' ' _.f -?/ ...'.; ',  THE   PIONEEK,    PHOENIX,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ��� ti  A/8P/' WH?N,t^e food roftch��a f>o stomach jit is subjected to a peculiar;  Jay/   V V. cl','n,,nF nipvomont by the muscular walls of tho atomactf'���(See  ��f D.r: Pl*rc�� �� Medical Adyioer, page 46).   In tho Hvor, kidneys and  gJ8      ���� skin, the blood ia purified of its waste materials���these organs act  rlLIITBfil81    2f hu"lanA Alters, Joayini? tho blood puro and clear���unless liver,  f ��� ���� �� i ��� ��tt�� ��� ��    digestive tract and kidneys are clogged. ,  Chtii n  Medical Discovery  is a stomach,- liver and kidney tonic-���by assisting"  the stomach to assimilate, the liver to filter, the  KV-T-'S kidneys to act���the poisons are removed, the red blood  Sjjiiii::l%i "** corpuscles are inci eused and one feels light, f resh and active  $5it��>y instead of logy, mill and heavy. The "Discovery" stihiu-  '*��*'- lates the, stomach, increases action of heart and arteries and is a moit satisfactory alterative in blood-taint of any character.  The refreshing influence of this extract of native medicinal plariba has  been favorably known for over forty yearB., Everywhere some neighbor  can tell you of the good it has done.  Sold by all medicine dealers in liquid or tablet form; or send SO one-cent  stamps to Dr. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y ,and a trial box will be mailed you.  CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF mOMlll  BALANCE   SHEET  For the Year ending December 31st, 1913  EXPENDITURES  .  ^  Queen's Hotel 1  COMPLETELY RSFURNB8HED AND REFITTED       I  We bej? to announce the reopening' of the Queen's Hotel.    This  popular hotel has been completely refitted throughout;'  everything new and up-to-date.    Large lofty rooms,  heated with hot water.   Perfect fire appliances.  Night and Day Service  Patrons of this hotel will find in it all the comforts ot home.  Perfect satisfaction is assured all our guests,    lb is  the most centrally located hotel in town.  Bar Stocked with Best Wines, Liquors, Cigars  m    ,    ., , i  , .     ���-      " Phoenix, B.C., Jan. 17th, 1014.  To the Mayor and Aldermen, .  Corporation of the City of Phoenix.  Gentlemen; , .  I beg to report that'I have audited the'books and examined the vouchers  of the city for the year 1913,,and found same correct and well kept.  As I understand you passed the estimates of the School Board for the year  I have credited their account with the annual deficit.  I must congratulate the city on the good showing for the past year, which  is about the best in your history, also on your starting a sinking fund which I  think is a good policy,' and ought to be kept up.  Yours respectfully,  . ISAAC CRAWFORD, Auditor.  Salaries -'           Incidentals          Furniture and Repairs  Building and Grounds  Janitor      \        Secretary  Fuel      Scavenger          Insurance ���         Supplies    Assessor    Outstanding Warrants, Jan. 1st, 1913  $3,620 00  65 80  '440 35  3,674 00  270 00  75 00  243 25  57 50  105 00  208 53  200 00  8,959 43  54 85  $9,018 78  I certify the above to be a correct statement of receipts and expenditures of  the Phoenix School Board for the year, 1918.  ISAAC CRAWFORD, Auditor.  ASSETS  L-  WALSH & HARTMAN, Props.  FIRST 8TREET AND KNOB HILL AVENUE  Your Milk Supply  Should come from healthy arid vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY:  manner    Separated-Cream insures purity and.  quality. _,   '"   The Dairy produces both.  THE  DAIRY      J- W. Hannam, Prop.  -,  (  Everything in Men's Wear  Clothing: .  Underwear  Shirts  Shoes  Hats  Caps, etc.  Thos. Brown  "Everything: a Man  Wears"  The Central Hotel  NEAREST HOTEL TO FAMOUS GRANBY MINES  FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION FOR  MINERS  Bar Stocked with the Finest Line of Wines, Liquors, Cigars  A. O.Johnson   -    -   -    Proprietor  igh-Class Selection  Perfumes, Talcum Powder, Razors, Brushes, Soaps, Toys,  Books, Stationery. High Grade Confectionery. Finest  Selection of Postal Cards.  |?INE 8ELECTJOW OF QANONQ'S CHOCOLATES, FANCY BOXES  The Best Grade of Havanna Cigars.        --,  KNOB HILL AVENUE  Greenwood   ^.^^.o ^  J-��*1C  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 8.45 a.m,. ->  '���" "        lovyertown,   9.06a.m. l��tandard Time  Le^ye Greet}\yoqd " 3;Q0p,m, J  PROMPT ATTENTION TO EXPRESS AND FREIGHT  J.. FULLER, Proprietor  Cash on hand   Cash in bank, general account  Cash in bank, savings,-   Cash in bank, sinking fund  Fire Department Equipment   .  Police Department     ''  City Buildings    SidewalkB          'Streets      '   Bridges    School Building ..* ,  Stock in Rink   City Cemetery -    Furniture, etc.  $ 32 27  534 44  3,047 74  1,509 00  3,183 95  135 82  3,637 00  4,727 58  9,428 76  1,574 08  19,243 14  1,000 00  532 40  404 03  1906  1907  1908  1909  1910  1911  1912  1913  1012  1913'  UNPAID SCHOOL TAXES    $ 7 50    7 50    7 50    10 87    13 62    148 85    171 11    422 30  UNPAID REAL ESTATE TAXES              57 80  789 31  633 67  691 47  1,734 18  52,105 17  Real Estate Bought for Taxes _          LIABILITIES  Surplus from Tax Sale ���          Debentures  Surplus over Liabilities    152,105 17  I hereby certify this to be a true statement of the assets and liabilities of  the city on December 31st, 1913.*  ISAAC CRAWFORD, Auditor.  Phoenix, B.C., Jan. 17th, 1914.-  297 93  6,000 00  45,807 24  Receipts and Expenditures of the City of Phoenix  for the Year, 1913.  RECEIPTS  Hydrant Rent    '    Police Court Fines           Licenses,     Special Government Grant                  Special School Grant       Interest    Dog Taxes          Road Tax    Tax Sale Costa _        .r....  School Grant, nine months           Stove Sold .    .    Concert Donation School   Cemetery Lots           -*  Tax' Sale Surplus _  ���   '    SCHOOL TAXES COLLECTED  18 85  1,414 00  5,115 00.  4,000 00  3,807 05  306 16  -    50 00  4 00  75 39  1,365 40  25 00  ���33 43  50 00  40 31  1907  1908  1910  1911  1912  1913  1907  1908  1910  1911.  1912  1913  ...      1 75  ...    85 63  .;. . 92 62  .. 119 02  .. 242 61  .1,788,66  REAL ESTATE TAXES  ........              5 95   ;    286 87  ........       ...:....    289 85  ........       .:      - -   359 54  ........        .......   521 48  ........        3,523 99  2,330 19  Cash on hand, Jan. 1st, 1912  Cash in bank, 1912    ,���,.......  ..     48 52  .-.2,339 75  4,9*7 68  EXPENDITURES        26,010 75  Water and Light  Fire Department  Health Department  Police Department  Jail Expense      Public Building  Sidewalks           Streets    School Building ....      *   Board School Trustees   Contributions    Legal Expenses   Salaries  ,.  Printing and Advertising  Interest    Insurance         ....  Dog Tax Expense           Charity  Expense    Furniture, etc.           Property Bought    Sinking Fund    Cash on hand    Cash in Bank  .....  Cash in Bank Savings    $1,222 25  581 25  369 00  2,409 70  32 20  262 50  418 96  1,784 04  8,944 00  5,069 78  669 33  15 00  2.490 00  262 22  324 60  7 50  7 80  40 00  391 23  50 10  535 82  1,509 00  32 27  534 44  3,047 74  26,010 73  PHOENIX BOARD OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES  Receipts and Expenditures for Year, 1913  RECEIPTS  Government Grant, Nine Months    Government Special Grant          School Taxes Collected    Donation from Concert   -      Stove Sold          From City General Fund    (Continued)  $1,365 40  3,807 05  2,330 19  33 43  25 00  1,452 71  9,013 78  Hotel Brooklyn  -     The Only First-Class and Up-To-Date  Hotel in Phoenix.     New from cellar  to roof.    Best Sample Rooms in the  Boundary,   Opposite   Great  Northern  ��� Depot.      v   v      Modern Bathrooms.  STEAM HEATED.      ELECTRIC LIGHTED  o. d. Bush, Prop. Phoenix, B.C.  d. l. Mcelroy  SOLE AGENTS FOR PRINCETON COAL  Dealer in Lumber, Shingles, Lath  and Cedar Poles. Stull Laggan.  First-Class Fir & Tamarac Wood.  MOVING MACHINERY OUR SPECIALTY  If Tired of Wood, try Princeton Coal  Meat Market Specialties  New laid eggs, SO c. per doz.   Choice Eastern egg: 40 c  Fancy New^Zealand butter, 45c, per lb.  Empress Cream ery>utter, 40c. per ib. two lbs. for 75c.  Mild cured Hams, 27 c. per lb.,   _,  Breakfast Bacon, 28 c. per Ibt  Pure Leaf Lard, 5 Ib.'pails, Si.OO.  Sardines, 15 c. per tin.   Canned Salmon, 2E c. per Ib. tin.  Kippers, Haddies, Smoked Salmon.  P. BURNS & CO., LTD.  Wholesale and Retail Catchers and Produce Merchants  PHOENIX, B. C.        PHONE 2  Almstrom's Book Store  Stationery, Confectionery and Fancy Goods  Kodak Suppies and Wall Papers.  All the latest Books and Newspapers.  Phone 42.  Phoenix, B.C.  The Butte Hotel  LOWER TOWN  Bar stocked with the Finest of Italian Wines.  Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars.  STEAM HEATED THROUGHOUT  Rooms  Furnished, Clean, and Well Ventilated.  LUCIANI & VICHARY, PROPS.  insurance Agent  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE GLASS,  COMMISSIONER FOR TAKING  AFFIDAVITS  FIRE, LIFE AND  ��  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX, B-C.  ,   ''.'4  "4 V'ti'A.lf^ii  MCKAY & KNIGHT   ���  Jj^  rkmmm^^^^P^&&^'^  ";; Mrs. Ralph Kendall came home f torn  Spokane last Saturday^^^Vi-^'^'':M::  ��� ��� '��� ������' .-./,'.?���. *, '.'..'������' '��� ������.', .'.' y.' u-"- ').��� !������" '������ !������' ���  ���''   ,:i'I',;'' <i\'i'--'Ci-''.",''���-'! i","'������"'   '���-.  i..;Mvii'%: Nelson lef t ;y^sfceiia^;ii��orn-:  ,'nig'f dr^r'6nwbbd^'MichiKafe^v|7;;'"IW7. 7 '\  ?,M " "" "    "  .7 The;NelsonW  "i'^pVp^^'.'c/en'ti.diy'idenid'v  :J[ -The ��� ftirnishingsin ''tii;e' 'new) ;$��$������  enport;?, h^tel>iri;7Spbkane ;fwill;7Cost  '��� ^V^*if-V-��-.teV!.:'>-yi--  "  ���i#:  ������Viiw,  ifflliiil  :;^7ii7.77^1:77..:..;';^^K  Ifv. Mrs, 7<;Bemle?7Wwri8'7  Mon&a^ ftbnir M^ cr^r;;;--'-.^:-..;;^'^.,-.;./ 77y^7'i:7';v;.^7:,^;,;;^;  ^shand.^^ ^I^"P"^7J^He"':Gq?tz-of-;.  m  ;H?6''  ��;-:i t-  ���."*!.  THE! MINERS' UNION OPERA HOUSE  EXCELLENT PROGRAM FOR  iKii^iif:  J ahuary-;::3 ;i8t,;'; 1,914,  Mi��iiiii^^  PicturebfJ  nP  f- ^FrahlcMcDohald, ��� bpss; carpenter; at  ^Ho;^Giranbyv7>vent'7dbwn -to Grand,  Forks Wednesday^  ���:��� '���>,Tho Oliver-Typewriter; has won international fairic as the perfect writing  mtichiheifoivevery lino of business  77A^y6iie'wiishihg^a snap on avnice  rooming house, barn, eto., should'lose  no time in seeing M. ;H; Kane, for par-  ':ticularrt. 7^7; Jr ] :fj: 3 :..-/��� 7 10, ��� --. '���'��� ^7 '"'-'^  !\i--G.['.Ofi.UThouipsoh was byor. from  Bonhington,Falls the first of the week  'on'a7^;vi��it^-w'i��h\V''hi8.7.;birothef,:v-iJ., E.  'Thonip8buV''"7^7:'7;';'/7-,-:..:7;;:':;' 'vi-'-'O���;���-'.���'���  Geo. Staples, ! traveling district  freight agont for the 0. P. R., with  headquarters at Nelson, has 'been  transferred to" Vancouver1 "and F. W.  Stirling has taken his placed .  The family of Geo. Eluins left Wed-  needay' for Lebanon' Oregon. Mrs.  Elkius has been in poor health for  some tinny and It la to bo-hoped the  change wlll.be beneficial to her.  The Merry Minstrel Maids drew a  pretty fair house Tuesday night. The  girls, led by Miss Grace Russell, put  lots of swing into their performancr.  Considerable interest was taken in tho  dancing of the tango.,.      7 '  Miss MpEwen, teacher^ in the pub  lie school here, has .been suffering of  late frph) a severe attack pfrheunia-  tismV7;!yShe7'7is/:-at...7.pTOJsehfcV,8top^in  with^')'frien'd8/invG:ra��d,!,Fbrks.'-:7''M,rs.  John Mulligan is teaching ;herjclasses.  The Phpen ix band, under the leadership of John Finlay,; played ;at "the  rink  last -Friday:%. night���;; during ������ the  exhibition giveh/tbyNorval^^^.B  ^andat the PhoenixrGreeriwpodiiiiiatch  Wednesday evbning.v7The boys played  welii;an:d theiiV;jnusic7 was fully- appreciated;    7: 77'7;'7 tv-7;|,7,';.v- ;.:7,7 ','��������� 7,'���; 7-',. ���'���;���  f77?W^Wetherellv accompanied by _ his  wifei57hhd',; daughter,   caine; up 7fi;ora  GrahdvForks; 7Wednesday  nighty on  the;hipflkeyv special'Jan^l ��� returned, on  Thursday.' 77Mr^V^therell at pne^tiuie  raicL the|mQying^.;pictureh7show 7here,  1but;f<^sbmeyti^!!Eas been connected  with7 the'Erbpress itheatteiat>Grand  ^5ltf'the;^iidyertis1ngi:section-^  cent3is8ue' of the.Epgineering and'Min-  I ing Journal, a New York publication,  ane  was married recetitly m,Cbicago>tb  Miss7Isabell Swieeney^f;, Portland.  ���::'..:.XTPHe .7tbwb;fjof'i'Sm|thers.^h  electric iighting 'system;    It is ;; but  fbur7 'months since   the 7 erection ;of  :the^first-bbilding:inVtbwin;iV77;7i/'^;^^  An additionhas been built, to thie  Nelson hotel at Nelson. The building >is of concrete andbrick and has  cost '$20,000  exclusive of furnish^  ishihgS.7-''7::7;7'^'7'7.7'vv::7;77-''';;;V.|7777:V/;77  The extremely mild; weather and  the 7lack ' of snow 7-has worked ;a  hardship7on the;\ mineowners up  around Hazeitom No attempt has  been made to haul brei from the  mines. 7 : r.        . .V:; ���*'  James, Wilks is now organizer  for the Liberal party in this province. Wifks used to be secretary  of the Nelson Miners';' Union, and  was district organizers for the W;  R.of-M^V/--";^-:r\-''Vv.:^^^:C,.7'--;-':f  Mayor Baxterof yancpiiver has  received a threat in the way; of  a letter signed ''The Unemployed  of-Vancouver," in which they say  they wiU burn down7 the7city| unless  work is given^th'em;;.^;;^^  S. M/'Newton; has \beeu blected  m ay ot" ofPri rice R u pert - o ver M aypr  Pattullo by a7majority of 86.; ;A  year-���agp Pattullb^^ defeatod N^ewton,-  who was then; mayor. .VNewtph3 is  publishervdf the Prince ;Rupiert7Eb7>r  'xme.--r'-:;Jyh,.M-:-:^  The;cburt#oom 7 iiv the ? pld city  hall at'Ka'sjoiSs^b^he;.:. fix^XJUp^fpr  pviblic meeting^^ purposes. The jury  box, ��� theipjrisohersVbpx; thel judge's  quarters^together7with suiidry raii^  ingsj?etc^^have!7been7-yanlt^?p  'Al'J: ^ebning^V ^Sfmer train ^rpb^  ber,: nowh practicing'--y- attorney in  Oklahoma; ;is v(d.etermiried: tpWbe ;a  candidate for governor. Jennings  J appeal's a half page diamond, drillad-j ;s makingsa "pixfectly plain appeal  | vertisement.%   In  the,, advertisement to his state.     He-was   a   bandit, he  served time   in   prison,   but   he' re-  "there   is  a  splendid   picture; of ithe  firm's diamond drill"all set up., in.'Tfche  mine aud ready to run.   Beside  the  machine a middle aged man is standing.   He isthe operator of ofiihexPi'B^  chine.    Bo 7 is  wearing  high , boots,"  greasy overalls  and   jumper/-and_.,a  1 smile.   .TheJ.picture was'taken at ,the  ^Gratxby.mine  near Phoenix last summer, and the man beside ,the  drill is  O. D.  "Joe" Bush,   now  the'popular  proprietor of the Brooklyn hotel.  Fernie Champions to Compete  formed. Now he is going out to  hunt crooks and gangs and rings in  politics.       ' ���  ,   Automatic Skate Grinder  Wm. Hower has purchased from  the JLutber Grinder Co., of Milwaukee, Wis., an automatic device  for grinding skates, and will be in a  position to turn out work in   a  day  ���':ii>��V;4--/!i'~.-!-.:'r'^i".. '���������'-���-���������.''''--':.���: "���'������S^i<;'  ��d'! ,s'er;y iceis ;ah;7the; Catholic  Taia:|oiiows: % First ahoV third  *Sm^ayS4ih"7ffie^^ohth;^  triffi  ||#f:f^^SISfT;^ Sundtty school  M^p|;^^^7^>^^ 2.30;p.m;;;' evening ser:  " ;?|^|ViMf &yi^7;7-iivic��^ ThursV  fi^Sfi^ay^yeriin^^  " ''''"7pBellv^;;;7%7;7;;:';;:; ���; 7      '.,   ;������,>   ,- 77 ;���'  I?^7^^^'^u^,��w;,sv.chur;ch^(Pres%  o^Y^i- Sunday next, Feb.  1st,  at  ilpSiS7:S^li^l���%:;?'^;P^'v^11"^^ school at 2 p.ui. ' All  11  ��� S'^���'"���"^,,  W'<^.'-  �����'&?-���*'������''  fori-.--:-)  ���km  iPfCBEAi  The. rich quality of our Milk and  Creani,^ js^gairiirig   new   patrons  :for;"S:daily^   We solicit a trial.  Deiivei-yi'made tbany part of the  7pivy.     Mail us a.card.-  8tearrr Heated Thractshout  The; Finest: Awommodation for  7 % ^thie /Travellings Public.  . . or two'.     The   work   will   be   done  A w,re received at Rossland Mon- Wh  a   h;gh   speed   emery   whee,  day from S. L. Dunlop, manager of drjven by an e|ectric motor     ThoSfi  the I-erme jockey   club, announced  who   wish    tQ   have   their    skates  that Fernie  would   compete  in   the  Carnival    competition^  next   week.  piNINGROOM    SERVICE  ^UNEXCELLED.  Nine Well-UjEhted  Samplerooms.  Phone 12  J AS. MA B S HALL.  PROP.  ^fje PHOENIX DAIRY  7'7 ���! W. A. McKay & Soim, Proi>K.  A BmI Cava* BUnnlatloa  |S0LD WATCH FREE  wm-    Wo ore siring ��*��  Moplo nU onr tho  world ��� aa ��. baga  ��dTertI����mont.    Now  'I. f^L chM" to  obWn on*. Write  now, oncloBlag 34  eeiitj'for ona ol out  fashionable Ladles'  JjOM Gnard��. or  Grata' Albert*. ��ent  Lm^? wld to irosr  with tha watch, which  will So (tlTon Freo  (thoso wstohos are  Buarantoed flra years),  ���hoaU  yon tako ad.  aboat  o��  and  Dhow   thorn   too   bcaatlfal   �����.��$,  Last year Fernie won the Giant  Powder Shield, emblematic; of the  championship of British Columbia.  Manager Dunlop says that his club  is anxious to defend the shield.  They figure, he says, that the contesting teams will be much stronger  than last year, but nevertheless he  is confident of Fernie making a good  showing.  Fernie's entry assures four senior  teams in competition at the Carnival, and, consequently, enough  fast games to fill the entire week's  program.  Chairman Cruickshank, of the  hockey committee, is in communication with the Blairmore team,  which may also go.  sharpened can leave same with   the|  rink man.   *<  Ladies' Hockey Team  The young ladies of Phoenjx have  organized a hockey team, and are  already doing some hard practicing.  They will soon arrange for games  with the lady hockeyists in both  Greenwood and Grand Forks. Following are the players and their  positions on the.team: Goal, Orilla  Mattinson; point, Nellie Ingram;  cover' point/Kathleen Carson,  center, Annie McKeown; right wing,  Miss McGeer;   left   wing,   Morfydd  Boundary Hockey Schedule  Jan. 5 GreenwootLat Phoenix  7 Phoenix at Grand Forks  ���    9 Grand Forks  at   Greenwood  19 Grand Forks at Phoenix  21 Greenwood at Grand Forks  23 Phoenix at Greenwood  26 Greenwood at Phoenix  28 Phoenix at Grand Forks  30 Grand Forks at Greenwood  Feb 2 Grand Forks at Phoenix  4 Greenwood at Grand Forks  6 Phoenix at Greenwood  9 Greenwood at Phoenix  11 Phoenix at Grand Forks  13 Grand Forks at Greenwood  Bate  man.  Andrew Carnegie has reduced his  pers. nal fortune'by $10,000,000 in  making a gift of that amount to the  Carn-jgio United Kingdom Tru'jt in  Dun ermline, the town in Scotland  where he was born.  Intermediate Hockey Schedule  Jan. 6���Phoenix at Greenwood  12���Grand Forks at Phoenix  16���Greenwood at Grand Forks  20���Phoenix at Grand Forks  22���Grand Forks at -Greenwood  29���Greenwood at Phoenix  Feb 3���Phoenix at Greenwood  5���Grand Forks at Phoenix ����� ���  10���Greenwood at Grand Forks  16���Phoenix at Grand Forks  19���Grand Forks ~at Greenwood  24���Greehwood at Phoenix.  Winter's Cough Cure  For  that  nasty, tickling  Cough, or sore  bronchial tubes,  this  Cough' Syrup   fills  the bill.  1  Nothing but the balsam from Pine trees,  with a  desirable medium,  and absolutely  free from opiates.  50c. a Large Bottle  'Phone 31.  4r  Vtt'< 1  N  Special Values  During January, we will sell, a number of special  articles at a discount of 20 pel* cent.'  These include���  Sterling Silver  Manicure and   Toilet Sets, in  cases, prices froni $10 to $70.   20c. off each $  Also Special Prices on Cut Glass, Sterling Silver  and Plate.  '       - It will pay you .to call and look these over.'.  E. A. Black, Jeweler  Come and   Enjoy the Seventeenth  ROSSLAND  WINTER  (and Old Timers' Re-Union)  FEBRUARY 2nd to 6th  HOCKEY  Fastest Teams in,  British Columbia  Competitions for B. C. and International Championships.  SKI-ING,   TOBOGGANING,   LOG . CUTTING,  HORSE RACING. MASQUERADE.  SPECIAL RATES ON ALL RAILWAYS.  For further particulars, apply, H. B. Crow, Secy. Rossland, B.C.  The Phoenix Club  N. J. Deiehert, Prop.  PIPES, CIGARS, TOBACCOS, CIGARETTES  BEST BRANDS ALWAYS ON HAND.  Special Line of the Famous Haid Chocolates  Smokers' Supplies.       Soft Drinks  ENGLISH BILLIARDS, FOOL,  BOWLING ALLEYS  Transfer of Liquor Licence  To the Board of Licence Commissioners, Phoenix, B.C.:  TAKE NOTICE that I intend to  apply to the Board "of License Commissioners for the City/ of Phoenix,  B.C, at their next sitting, for a transfer of the Liquor License held by me  for the Central Hotel, Phoenix, B.  C, to August Jackson, Phoenix, B. 0.  .      Andrew O. Johnson,  Dated at Phoenix, B.C?., this 10th  day of January, 1914..  Transfer of Liquor Licence  For Sale  The property known as the Cottage  Hotel, situated on two lots, comprising house of 23 rooms, furnished,  barn and ohicken house. For terms,  address M. H. Kane, box 191, Phoenix, li. p.  P. 8.���Owner is anxious'to sell, haying important business elsewhere.  To the Board  of'License Commissioners, Phoenix, B. 0.  TAKE NOTICE that I intend to  apply to the Board, of License Commissioners for the City of Phoenix, at  their next sitting for a transfer of the  Liquor License held by me for" the  Knob Hill Hotel, :Phoenix, B. C, to  Andrew O, Johnson, Phoenix, B. C  James McAbdle.  Dated at Phoenix, B.C., this 18th day  or January, 1914.  "John Clough, Vancouver's pioneer  policeman, who was the sole uniformed guardian ofthe law in Vancouver at the 'ime of the fire,  died in 7 Lina inshire, England.  Every old timer i l Vancouver knew  James G. McKeown I hir".    He. was 3   years of age.  Of all,kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders.      Phone A65  r.  N-Jf'S''  '5V

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