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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jun 5, 1915

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 The lurgest copper mines in  the Dominion arc situated  at Phoenix, ,��� -.Th^e Granby  -,  Co. employs.5QQ:iu(;u,l and  j  has a monthly pay roll of ���  over $50,000: Two railroads  afford,access to the city, -<  SIXTEENTH YEAR'  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District  Going to Vernon  Serjeant  Jory,   recruiting   officer  for   the  54lli   Battalion,    Kootenay  regiment,   continued    his    work    in  Phoenix and Greenwood  distiict all  this week,  and enlisted  some more  men  for  the   regiment 'which" is  to  represent this part  of the empire on  the firing line   in  France.  _ He was  down-in the Forks  on Tuesday, but  was ordered to return   here immedi  ately and Iodic up some more men.  Among the volunteers now offering  themselves are a number of Italians,  some of whom have known no other  home but  Canada.    The1 latter are  very enthusiastic  over, ihe prospect  of a fling at the  kaiser's troops and  PHOENIX,  B.C., SA^mR^A^jL^E 5,  19l7  The PrroENjx Pioneer is  published in the highest  municipality in Canada���  altitude, 4,800 ft. The city  has a population of 1,600,  and possesses first-class  hotels, opera house, schools  7  B.C. Mining    |     n'<^~M^t    |.  ..i^^    |-   ,.��,������,  ~~���~*~--���--------------��������       Conner    coni nnf����    ���,���������*     ...:�������� Mi*   .   ^����.m-j_o  Copper    continues    quiet,     with  Number 47  improved', and it is possible to get  horses along it. They have a fair  quantity of ore for shipment.  As a result of a deal concluded a  few days ago,, J. M. Wplbert, of  Spokane, and Harry Park, of this  city, have secured a Working bond  on the Kaslo group, up the South  Fork, from Messrs Lind and Ryan.  The claims in this group are the  Kaslo, Highgrade, Agnes and Suh-  Of the seven  British battleships/'   In the event of the wholesale in-  "' ' ' terment of alien  enemies In  British  Columbia,   it  is   to   be hoped that  June Wedding Bells  The wedding bf Thomas Stanley  Quance to Miss Mabel Edna Mc  Keown, both of this city, was sol-  s^-_-a_s.s_tir k ^��V"&.:trs_  . ���    .,.- ~ .- -dreadnoughts       It  .f ^ a"d SUPer"   Al.,ies  '" the  case   of; Poles   taken  nave sod   their   production   f*r*h*-\   i a   c��mmon-  prisoner.     Franr* i,ac,  ~       ���     ,       I ~. ������ ' ' "���' ""��� .--������"-'> wune uer  ferior grade deliverable at warehouses or on board "cars New York.  The   leading   producing   companies  tired in a gown of crepe duchesne,  and carried a bouquet of roses, was  given aw.ay by her father, while her  . _-.   -~.-..v   ^m��.c io say tiiat tbe British fleet is trea  ....������, ..^-uuctuu. as Dnaesmaid.     Robert  ahead than ever before in the history  stronger today than at the beginning Polish prisoners,while   Russia   will  Strachan  of Vancouver,  a  lffe-long  of  the   trade.     It-is   reported  that  of the war, but how much stronger reciprocate in  the casp nf "---���-   �����---->���������'  offers have  been   marlf   -jim^i.. t-l:'  ,      ...;������ i ��� '   ..iuv.ii stronger   rerinrnr-o^ :��  ��u ���.���''���      i~��~-.j_ij   ui  Vancouver,  a  Iue-lone-  j^hme. : Two-.Ku-e   been   added'bylpurchasTgp^  afew'haviri-r started the.bair rolling  '-^ion  ^: t^ purchasers.    They   Notwithstanding  the   present  dulf C the ��u'break of Hostilities, there       The vigorous' ' *r��L "J .__ J?^  ^ f fficiati��ST minister was the  it is  expected they will  be followed   are'aM irV�� flight line, said   to 'be   ness of the market it if-mr.���    rri&     ere,added  to   l��e  fleet two dread-  by others.    The   sergeant,   who is   -,; the F.int lead, and  are   close to  cult to buy copper than^^JS  ZnY ^ '13^:ioch ^.^-1  ,  strange.tp martia,)^^ .P-Perty,   but   ��"   *_��� soulhj     Ali^/^ E'"Peror of India. |  anything but a  stranger- to martial   l  - l  discipline, having served eight years fe?* ^ -"'can   be   traced for .6,0001* bein^eiy";^^ ^   mo"Ste'- ���O-eerilhad   ^'~^"aTo^ %  in the  famous f>uk^of tp^V^.^ -." to  have   a   surface  every rlaso^ J S      tWtJ fe     ' ^ <^ht I5i" S- ��P-  ��� the   orde r't ?�������  th  '-���-������*'-'������-    --���������-  Unu-m., r��� ��������_  --..-   -��- -om 10 roldemnr>H ���,;., _���.:".^^'f  '^^^f lP^ared  ,n   the  Dardanelles.:   Three  commodation for addhTn    ,     ���  ^ I'��r   cne   weddin& ^our.    They   will  -chad   ers at the varied   ^f ^^S��"-fc6^^ take UP theJ--^"ce on  Lightlnfantry,   says th,   recruits atfe-!^-n^^  the   Forks are   x    hannv ~~ i..���....   ? "iches of hi^h.^rad^   r.,i������.      a   e,.������,.. .... s.   . ^exceed the  others of her class  Forks are   a   happj'-go-lucky,  The vigorous' action of the coast | Rev.  J. R    Munro   of  th,   P     u  of all  alien'IS^^^r^H6"  the   monster  Queen   had   its   effect  a    6tbiw��    :-^ ^  m��t0r Car  ^  Grand  Forks, en  -������������ ' ....enect  at  Ottawa.    At any  route  for Spokane   and   California,  ���*ie  ac-1 for   the   wedding  tour.    They   will  will find  few company's in  the Do  minion to compare with them. - Tlie  whole  complement   turned  out  for  the citizens' banquet last week,  and  in order that there should be no absentees, .the guard  for the day took  their  prisoner,    the    kaiser,   along  with them.     It Is expected .that the  entire company will leave   either on  Sunday*or Monday for Vernon.   Tbe  following volunteers were  taken on  this week:  E. Nicholson, late South  African Field Force; R. Agnew, and  M. Tunney.  u:,ruM.     �� .  ���"��� iu "tcKume  uuiers ot   her race   ,��_.._''- i ���    . . ���-������.���_u_i prison-  high-grade   galena.    A  supply and that the, market.^ill g6  within four^ln ZrJT J?"^ l'��� at the vario^ internment camps  ��� on   the   lead   has one  on   advancing.     Price  cuts ',IittIe^ and ZZ-T^.^F^^ * ^^ ���ignificanf,- PS  care-free  bunch,  and  when  trained P5'^ .'drift  on   the   lead   has one  on   advancing     Price  ci.ri   ,U*\~-r  "1Ct��r ^.-���"- four." inches of any figure atltimelSi" as a  carbonates. The new, owners will few cents.extra per pouod^L"  start- work shortly, and expect to would hardly sL" t^Sr^  make shinmsnn1���� r iT;.:;- '      . / '"fc_j.ncc.cne  make shipments pay f���r pre&inary pUrchWof .'i������ "?T ��� ^"^  "^  '"> ^ '"��n  devCl���pme���e.-K���0yte���aiop.    wrts r:' Lf^T'-" **' HI���.1-**- '���cd Dy -�� bat  Getting Even  ;    A clergyman,' in the Old Country,  who   had   failed   to   gain   the confi.  .' derffceand resteem  of' hk tlocrk, was  giving[his farewell sermon.   He commenced as follows:  "Dear friends���  ..It is clear tpme that God does, not  love you, for I  have  not buried any  6f you during my  stay  here.     It is  development.���Kootenain  It will interest many old-timers.to  know that the old "Golden Ears"  copper mine, now known as the  Viking property, on Pitt Lake, has  been opened by a syndicate headed  by James Malcolm of Vancouver.  The history of this mine is impressive as it illustrates how the opportunities offered by the tremendous  amount of copper deposits in the  mountains near Vancouver have  heretofore been overlooked by local  capitalists. This>mine was operated  over thirty years ago, but ;at that  time no-smelter being-orr-the-Pacific  coast the ore was shipped around  the Horn lo Swansea, Wales. After  being operated for a number of  years it was abandoned, probably on  account.of the enormous expense at  and these are undoubtedly now in  commission���the Warspite, Valiant  and Barham  The  German   fleet  in the  mean-lther   of W  spending millions of dollars daily to tleships and cruisers armed with  maintain its troops in the'field. The only 12in. guns. Three of the Queen  copper trade'is only just beginning Elizabeth type are tinder construe-  to awaken rr> ��� rhic.-i-}!���';.��������:��� '        tion, but since  the  earliest of these  was laid down two years ago, the  second in the fall of 1913, and the  last in the summer of 1914. it is  hardly likely that more than one of  them can as yet be in commission.  Roughly - speaking,     then,      Great  �� o   - 'to  to awaken to this situation, and as  yet it does n'ot fully realize the conditions may come about which will  cause the metal to sell very much  higher.       ������':'.  So far this month exports of.-copper have averaged more thati-2,000,.-  000 pounds'daily, and the' prospect  is that the total May outgo will be  around 75,000,000 pounds, this < not  including the exports of manufactures ��� of copper.���Excerpt from  Walkers. Copper letter in Boston  Commercial.  To Leave Rossland  Death of J. Walters  The funeral of Jas. Walters, bro-  ' "' Walters of this city,  took place at Danville, Wash., on  Tuesday of last week, in the presence of a very large assembly of  sorrowing friends and relatives.  The Rev. C. W. King and Rev. M.  D. McKee, of Grand Forks, conducted the service which was very  impressive.     The late  Mr.   Walters  Knobhill avenue.  Only Suppose  The perverted appetite of some  British Columbia cows is something  to wonder at. A few weeks ago  three local specimens of that particular species converted themselves  into powder magazines and stowed  away sufficient powder to remove a  mountain. They died. But suppose, and   only suppose," that  these        ��v aiLdil misguided cows had varied the diet  was not unknown' in  Phoenix, hav.jby swallowing a box or two of caps  ing worked here some 15 years ago, I and, carrying the imagination furth.  but ow.ne- to ill  hMni,,���������   -_..= .__ I -    suppose   a   veterinary burgeon  Britri��'h��'forty"d���_Xou^^ advisedUr,   suppose   a   veterinary f _df geon  Germany's 25.       But whereas of the * 1?W"r   ^^^     He   ^ al��^ and Save *Jt as'����� ��&*  English dreadnoughts there are 18  armed with 13}4'ia. -or. heavier, the  German fleethas at mbst one suqb  ship, as we have Just seen. That  heavier gun-fire counts was shown  ia the North sea battle, when the  German Seydlitz and Derfflinger en  ���     ���_ .T 2T-  land, and before coming to British  Columbia resided for a time in-Col-  orado. Much local sympathy goes  out to the bereaved widow and  daughter.  from  water on the brain or apetidicitis,  or some such infectious complaint.  Well, the ordinary method of disposing of such is by fire. Such being the case Who would be responsible for the resultant showers of hamburger steak, to  say  nothing of the  1  ��� -- . According to tbe American cen- / ourger steak, to say nothing of the  countered the British cruisers Tiger I sus and immigration bureau, there / damage sustained by the unfortunate  and Lion.     In. other vvords, in a full/are   2,603,776  persons   of  German   funeral party.  dress   battle, Great Britain's seven- I birth in the United States.   The pro- ���   teen   i3*4in.   and   i5in.   gun   ships j portion   of  those   born    of German       Bears  appear to  be  as numerous  would   be   more   than   a   match   byjparentage   is  approximately 8,300,-j as   ever io   the   Lardo  district this  ......_      -    . .. - -���I ���-....._. u.c cijurimuisexpense at-J     The Rev. J. J. Nixon, formerly in  equally   clear you -do", not   love one   tached to handling the   ore, and the I charge ofthe Methodist churches in  another, for I "have not mnrritjd any  crude mining and smelting methods! Phoenix   and   Greenwood,   has   re-  of you.     It  is   also   painfully   clear   of those days, and   after   Jying: for-/ turned to   Rossland   after  a visit to j r   --^ i *-���-u"��sc   "   approximately 8,300,-1 as   ever io  that you   dqu not) love   me^ for you   gotten for over 17 years   it   was re-/ New Westminster, where he attend-/ ^'emse/ves   for  the   entire ��� German 1000,   or  about   one-twelfth   of   the j year.     Quite   a   number have been  have   held   back   my   last  quarter's  staked in 1908 by a Swedish   miner led   the  annual   convention   and was   fle?t"        This   would    leave    twenty /p0;����������--- ���-* ^-  salary.     In future, however, I  shall' named Holmgren.  " [elected a member of the stationing/ Smish   dreadnoughts  of  the   12m./ ���  be independent of you, as I am The property has been purchased I committee. He has been ordered / f^Pe as ,a second- line, and behind  leaving next week to take the posi- outright by Vancouver people, who/to take up work at Duncan, Van-f'hem thirty-four battleships of the  tion of chaplain  at the great'Dart- I secured    a    clear   title   and    crown I corner island, and preaches his fare-/ pre-dreadnought class, a/1   carrying  grant, arid.-now have a   large   force/ well sermon to his Rossland congre-  Ishot during the past few weeks.  tion of chaplain at the great Dartmoor con vict prison;*' He then calmly gave out his.text^ 'I go to prepare a place for youiki  of men constructing tramways, bun-lgation,  kers, etc., and will ship ore shortly. | the 6th.  tomorrow,'    Sunday,   June  batteries of twelve-inch guns. "Plainly then," says'the American'expert  responsible for this article,   "Great  I Britain   can   view   with   equanimity  the loss of older battleships around  the Dardanelles, provided results are  n  obtained.    On   the  other hand, the  ||  recent story of the German high sea..  j fleet cruising the North sea in search |��|  of the British fleet must be received  .  with skepticism, for  it would mean  I  that   the   kaiser's  fleet was   out   to  challenge  an  enemy probably three  times as strong."  'Phone 56  P. O. Box 309  The Little Store  First Street.  There are cheap corsets, but when the most graceful  and comfortable corsets cost but little more than the  cheap ones, why wear any but the best ?  Comfort and an air of refinement become  second nature to wearers of  M>  U4-1  CORSETS  ' (Made in Canada)  Come here, and see the latest models. Also let us  show you our many new styles in ladies' outer  apparel.  MORRIN-THOMPSON & CO.  fflt  trt  u  Help Appreciated  La Panne, May 3rd, 1915.  Office of the Secretary  to their Majesties  the King and the Queen.  Sir:  TRANSLATION'.  The King has read the interesting  report you addressed to him, and the  long list of contributors towards the  Belgian Relief Fund has had his  particular attention.  Profoundly touched by the mag-  nificantly generous spirit in which  the population of Canada responded  to the appeal of your committee.  His Majesty wishes to convey his  heartfelt thanks and the expressions  of his best feelings to all those who  kindly sent assistance to our unfortunate compatriots.  Please be   the   interpreter of our  Sovereign's feelings, and accept the  assurances of my sincere esteem.  The Secretary,  (Signed), J. Ixgknhleek  Monsieur Maurice Goor,  Consul General for Belgium  in Canada, Ottawa.  Owing- to our increasing Business, we have  been compelled to move our Stock to a  more Commodious Establishment in  the old  STEMWINDER BUG.  Newly Renovated.     Opposite Queen's Hotel  One of the advantages gained is that we  are  permitted to greatly enlarge and  varify the stock, and thereby fall in  line with the needs of our ever-  increasing number of Patrons.  We Re-Commence Business in the New  Store on  onday Next, June 7 m%MMM  ��ti.MM0  rW&*  '."\ *' ���> .  "i ,-  *".*,?���  ���-_-��'A *Mfi&..  9s' ^'  WOE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  II  ''%  ���I  f-9  i  'IK  ''P  'I  ?$  .lis  I  *.  [WHEN BUYING YEASTl  INSIST ONMAVIMG  THIS PACKAGE  MM&  so dead, who never to himself has  said: "That editor has quite a head.  I'm glad I take his paper. He's got  a raft of grit and sand, he prints the  news of all the land, he boosts the  (town to beat the band and that's the  proper caper.  He soaks the grafters  rages from Germany. ... So  Belgium cannot be given up.���Letter from Dr. Dernberg to chairman  of pro-German meeting at Portland,  April 17th, 1915. "  .  (J am almost ashamed of being1  __________ [pup to  earn  his daily  bite and sup  DECLINE SUBSTITUTES I��ad have a little over-   . I know we  I owe him many plunks, so let we  [shame the other skunks and furnish  1 him with kale in chunks, wherewith  1 to live in clover."���E.F. Mclntyre,  iChesaw News.  1 in the neck, be saves  the  Ship of a professor in these days," says Pro-  State from  wreck, he's Johnnie on  fessbr McNaughten.     "It is  a  dis-  the spot by heck, when  things are grace to bear the same name as the  in a jumbie.    He writes the ads that three score long-eared imperial privy  brings the dough, he chases all our councillors, who have brayed a ben-  gloom  and woe, he  tells  us all wejediction on the murderous tusk and  want to know���and yet he is quite j claw of the Almighty Whole Hog  humble.     He-never gets a bit stuck! in shining armor who has rooted in  ud. he's worked since Hector was a (the   gardens  of   Belgium.     I   bad  rather be a blarkstnith or a plumber  than that sort of profes-or  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  The unrestricted   cutting of trees  in France had converted into waste  land 7,000,000 acres of former productive forest land.    Nearly a million acres of xvhat was. steep mountain slopes (including the Vpsges),  and the floods and erosionresulting  from the removal  of the forest cover had greatly injured  an additional  area of eight  million acres of farm  land.    Within the past sixty years  France has  reforested about  three  million  acres���or    nearly   half the  waste land.    The  work cost about  thirty  million   dollars;   the  land  is  now valued at $200,000,000.  NO ALUM  BrPRICE'S  bakingIpowder  The   French   military  authorities  of paralysing  a  are manufacturing large quantities  of a special kind of hand grenade as  an offset to the use, by the Germans  If you discover a few good points of asphyxiating gases.      The   gas  in  a  man,  cultivate  them; it may! from tbe   new  French grenade has  ISSUED WEEKLY  at Phoenix, British Colombia  Subscription, 2.00 per year  2.50 to United States.  G. Kay, Publisher.  ADVERTISING SCALE  Application for ���iquorLicence (30 days)  .95.00  Application for Transfer of Litcenoo $7,50  Certificate of Improvement (00 days)        $10.00  Application to Purchase Land notices (60 days)   910.00  SmaU Water Notices (30 daya)............. f 7.S0  Delinquent Co-Ownership notices 90 days 925.00  Duplicate Certificate of Title notices...... 98.00  Cards of Thanks, 50 cents. ' >'  _J1 other legal advertising', 12 cents a line,  tingle column, for tho first Insertion; and 8  cents a lino for each subsequent insertion, nonpareil measurement.  '���''���;'.'  Display ads $1.00 per inch, single  column, per month. Transient ads.  50c. per inch, per issue; subsequent insertions, 35c. per inch.  Writing in the Christian World  some reminiscences, of the > late  Frank Bullen, the sailor author,  Dr. Horton concludes his contribution with the following lines:  "I look upon the lads in rags  that throng our streets with a deeper interest and love because it occurs to me that one of these may  possibly be a Frank Bullen. Heroic  hearts may beat under the rags.  Those unwashed fingers may one  day grasp a pen that will astonish  the world."  Saturday, June 5, '1915.  .Since the outbreak of war nearly  .ten months ago, the Dominion has  placed under arms and equipped  115,000 men. Of these 50,000 are  at the front, and 65,000 on home defence or in training to go to the  front.  The South African war lasted  over two years and in that time  Canada enlisted for service only  8300 men. Of these 1000 were paid  for by the late Lord Strathcona and  1000 on home duty at Halifax. 'V  Of its present immense army Canada pays for its equipment, transportation, maintenance and ' pensions. It is a Canadian army,  equipped and maintained by Canada.  Sir Wilfrid sent out 7300 Canadians to South Africa almost entirely at the expense of the British  government. For 2446 men he paid  part, but this was afterwards mostly  refunded by the British government,  and of the remainder, 4886 men, the  British government paid everything/  Even when the war was over the  government paid the expense of returning the Canadian troops to  Canada. We have also heard a  great talk about our soldiers' s'hoes,  but it is a fact that if the men ofthe  Royal Canadian regiment had gone  up against the Boers with the snow-  white helmets served out to them  by the Laurier government, not a  man in the battalion would have  survived the first battle. '  Breathes there   a man with  soul  flliiill  #|#H_|?_)AiNiSlS;  'iW^^^\M";GmW'?MM.  Collect the Cushion  CovepCoupons with  ever0$fy}dd Package  The  New   York   World  reports  that  73  of 100  leading    editorials,  about the Lusitania that it received  on a single day last week spoke of  the crime with horror and   detestation.    Only  two  took the German  view and  only  two  were   neutral.  Fifteen counselled patience and seven discussed military or other points  .of  view.    As   these, papers repre  sented all classes and sections, the  classification is sufficiently sugges  tive of American feeling* and judg  ment.  It perhaps is not generally known  that the famous- iron crown ofthe  ���great Charlemagne','' is a closely  guarded treasure among the crown  jewels in Vienna. It is an open secret', that its possession has been  coveted by the Hphenzollems, and  were the Allies to lose in this war  it is much of a certainty that the  cast iron bauble will eventually  adorn the brow of the kaiser.  NEVEP   <���  FORGET  Yon are sure to need some  I handy  remedy  for   Sunburn,;  j Insect Stings, Thorn Scratches,, J  I Sore Places. Zam-Buk has been; i  I proved to be the best.   Take "af  I box with yon. 'I  50c box. alt Dmgtitb ant Sams.  AM-BUK  Shoes that Fit!  We make a specialty of Miners'  Shoes; good fit, nice shape, and  nothing but the best of stock used  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  NICK PALORCIA,  Knob Hill Ave.       Phoenix, B.O,  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MINING REGULATIONS  The Austrian house of Hapsburg,  of which the decrepit Francis Joseph  is the leading light, has been the  curse of central Europe for centuries,  and its studied persecution of the  people of Italian origin in the province of Trentino, has done much  towards   bringing  the  Italians into  the war.  ���   A man named Weisenburger had  his shoulder dislocated "while moving an engine," near Hope. Surely  the foolish man wasn't trying to  pack the locomotive to Fairview.  ���  What do those New York hyphenated Americans now think of  "Canada's rabble of raw levies."  Two Scraps of Paper  SCRAP OF PAPBR NO ONE  -.- "Please dispel any mistrust that  may subsist on the part of the British government with regard to our  intentions by repeating most positively formal assurance that even  in the case bf armed conflict with.  Belgium, Germany will, under no  pretence whatever, annex Belgian  territory. Sincerity of this declaration is borne out by the fact that we  solemnly pledged our word to Holland strictly to respect her neutrality. It is obvious that we could not  profitably annex Belgian territory  without making at the same time  territorial acquisitions at the'expense of Holland.���German foreign  secretary to the kaiser's ambassador  in London, Aug. 4th, 1914.  SCRAPOF PAPBR-NO.; TWO  , "Belgium commands the main  outlet of western German trade, is  the natural foreland of the empire,  and has been conquered with ah untold sacrifice of blood and treasure.  It offers to German trade the only  outlet to the open sea, and it has  been politically established, maintained and defended by England in  order to keep these  natural advan-  Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories and in a portion of the  Province of British Columbia, may be  leased for a term of twenty-one years  at an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,560 acres will be leased to  one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant in person to the  Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in  which the rights applied for are situated. ,  /  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal sub  divisions of sections, and in uneur-  veyed territory the tract applied for  shall be staked out by the applicant  himself.  Each application must be accom  panied by a fee of $6 which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. A royal  ty shall be paid on the merchantable  output of the mine at the rate of five  cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn -returns  accounting for the full quantity" of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such returns should be furnished at least once,  a year.  The lease will include the coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available  surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at the rate of $10.00 an acre.  For full information application  should be mode to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa,  or to an^ Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W.W.OORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior;  N.B.���Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will notrbe paid for.  ���30690.  for (garden and fm-m ore beat ��  for B.C.Soil.Soe Catalogue fax  solid. ��ueur_-_tc>_�� of jrarity  an<Tj_<?rmiinLatioi-  Sofid nprwfior Copy fro��  Sutton &S��ns.Th�� Kind's S<��__wj  R _��a% _t i x��^t E ng1 ��t n _  v A. J .Wo o Ow aid  V_Jc*oriej     SV    jMjanco vvpr  bring out others.  no fatal results, but it has the effect  man. The smell  from the fumes is not unpleasant,  resembling pear drops. It produces  a violent smarting of the eyes and  nose, and during an experiment it  was found to be impossible for the  soldiers to use their rifles.  No Other Hosiery  Offers This���  rFootelothing that fits with absolute perfection, for^|  ' reasons you will readily see if you'll glance at the  'picture here . . . the only hose made that is permanently shaped to the foot and leg, and that is both  Seamless and Snug-Fitting  Yon would not'think of buying hose with1 a seam up the front  of the leg ... . wouldn't that be ugly and uncomfortable?  Probably you buy the kind with a seam up the back only  because you didn't know  there was a kind free from that  discomfort  and  unsightliness.     There is,  however.   You  k can get the better kind in any weight   or color  if you  buy-hosiery.made by  Penmans   Limited  D. J. Matheson  General Agent,  FIRE,    LIFE  AND ACCIDENT  INSURANCE  PHOENIX, B, C.  DRAYING  Paris  D_d_rw��_r,  Canada,  Hosiery  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and "Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders.     Phone A56.  James G. McKeown  Bd-f-jhianed  - 9eam.es*  HOSIERY  Phoenix Pioneer ads. Always Get Results  Read in every home. - If you have a house or .'furniture to sell, itsdis-  posal is certain .after an ad., in the Pioneer. "Give'the experimenta'tria'  in the cheapest and most satisfactory advertising mart in the'Boundary.  ��I��]��  First-class Fir and Tam-  arac Wood, $6.00 per cord  Pine Wood,  $5.00 per cord.  Fir Tamarac, and double cut,  per cord,.$7.00.  WOOD DELIVERED  NOTICE.  ON   8HORT  'Phono B32  Robt. Forshaw  Tho _____=__  Phoenix  Pioneer  has for 16 Years been recognized as tbe Mining  Medium of the Boundary  country.  ��������___*  In the -matter of advertising, it reaches the  right kind of people, and  an advertisement in its  columns is certain of  quick and profitable results.           In the 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 nflty  want to come back again.  Advertisers should call  ]~ot write for our Advertising rate car?!.    The local  paper is the local medium .  "for*locai  business   men.  Send in Your Stationery Orders and  Holiday Printing to the  Phoertix Pioneer  THE HOME OF  ARTISTIC  Publletoed livery  Saturday Morning  A BUSINESS MAN IS  KNOWN BY THE  QUALITY OF PRINTING HE USES  Our Stock ot Stationery is the Best that can be procured in  Canada, and our Workmanship will meet with your approval  Why Not Have Your Stationery  Printed by Us?  We make a specialty  of Letterheads, Envelopes, Billheads,  Note Heads, Memos., Visiting Cards, Menus, Posters,  Wedding Invitations, Check Books, By-Laws,  and in fact anything done with Printers'  INK AND PAPER  No dob Too Large, None too Small  $2.00 per Year in Advance.        $2.50 per Year to U. S,  VISITING CARDS (  LADIES' OR  GENTLEMEN'��,  ) IMADE $ ORD  '^. v <��7"^>' \^'^\':'m^:':v'.'.-:-\:' ���r::'k;,;..;'-'.;'.'      "���'.-:. ���.'V.'?.^,-;:\M^tf~y:, '' .'���,  __H$��__��!i_��_��t����^  ..^w^wrttfAil).:  *i&4 ��fr,��*__;_H.i___ MM   PIONEEB,    PHOENIX,    BRITISla   COLUMBIA.  ���������I!?,  V'  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.  j    Concentrates  IB  STEAM HEATED.  O. D. Bush, Prop.  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix, B.C  Everything in Men's Wear  Clothing?  Underwear  Shirts  Shoes  Hats  Caps, etc.  Thos. Brown  "Everything a Man  Wears"  Should come from healthy and vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  manner   Separated Cream insures purity and,  'quality. ',      '   ��� The Dairy produces ��>oth.  THE DAIRY      J. W\ Hannam, Prop.  Further Drop in Butter  ,r;  Fresh Churned Creamery Butter, 7 lb. Box, $2.65.  " -141b. Box, S5.25 very choice  Empress Creamery Brix, 40c. Ib.j 2 lbs Tor 76c.  Dominion Brand Hams, 25c. lb.  .'S:���-;:'���":   Ba��>P' ��8c.'ib.:  Shamrock Brand Hams, ^Oc. lb. f Bacon, 35c per lb.  Burns* Ideal JP^try^Foo^/Sc. jjct lb.  P.   BURNS & CO., LTD  Great Northern Railway Lines  :,,_������������������������������____________ -  Advance Announcement Excursion Bates To  Panama Eaip--iRetu^  Bearing Limit, 30 Days,  4.  Same Ticket, with 90 Day Limit,  Republic is to have a big celebration on the 4th of July.  Twenty-seven Austrians were received a few days ago at the Leth-  bridge internment camp.  The surveyors ofthe Great Northern railway have been given instate  tions to  keep  the grade along the  Similkameen well within six-tenths  of one per cent.  On returning to his automobile  last week," Percy Venables of Hope  found a stray cow just finishing a  delicious .meal of his forty dollar  rubber motor coat.  The United States consul at Kingston, Ont., .recommends that . the  leaders of the recent mutiny of war  prisoners be punished, and the remainder be given some work to do.  Mrs. Pankhurst say'; she hopes  "that one of the first acts-of the  coalition government will be to declare martial law and mobilize both  men and women for the service of  the country."  The treasurer of one. of the fundi  that English people are   raising to I  meet the needs ofthe war, received  a  package  addressed    in    a girl'*  (handwriting. Within was a .gold  ring, and a brief note: "He would  have wished it so," the boy will not  come back."  Wm. Le Queux, the English military writer, says he has -the proof  that the United Kingdom was divided into sections by the German  spy bureau, and the spies were  principally German barbers, waiters,  governesses, German bands and  small hotel keepers.  Lieut.-Colonel J. D. Courtney,  a well-known physician and surgeon  of Ottawa, has been appointed by  the militia department as a special  member, of the Canadian medical  staff at the front to look after diseases and wounds affecting the eyes,  ears, nose and throat.  A quantity of nitro-glycerioe" and  a safe-blower, was discovered in  Fernie, a - few days ago, by a little  child.' Some time ago the city was  visited by a gang who robbed -the  safe of the "Palace Meat market, and  it is thought .that these, were a part  ofthe thieves' stock-in-trade.  The parents of a number of boys  of American citizenship, have applied to the United States authorities for assistance -in getting > their  sons   out   of the    British   army  in  France.   The chief difficulty in most oi^^^^^i^^tl  of the cases is the unwillingness of I cordially invited.  . ��� _��   ������ -------  Boundary'District of British Columbia  RICH  IN   MINERAL,   AGRICULTURAL *M_D   LUMBERING  POSSIBILITIES���  A MOST PROMISING FIELD FOR THE INVESTOR.  Probably no district in the Dominion of Canada possesses so great an array of  potentialities as the above.   The mountains throughout its entire length and breadth,  are almost without exception mineraliferous, containing gold, silver, copper, iron and  other valuable ores, while in a few localities there are more than surface indications-  of the presence of coal.  FOREST AMD MINERAL WEALTH  Its forest stretches are among the richest in the province, and what is of great  importance, easily accessable 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 ofthe 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 t.he 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, together 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 ofthe investor.    The title deeds to these properties, thanks to a  beneficent series of mining laws, are unimpeachable, and if proof is wanted of the  statement, let us point to the almost entire absence of mining litigation in the courts  of the province.  AGRICULTURE AND FRUIT-GROWING  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 havirio; been  spent on the construction of government roads.  No locality is 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. P. R; and Great Northern companies, while within a few months the route to the  Pacific coast will be commercially curtailed by the opening of the new K. V. V.  branch of the former.  I, O. O. F.  Snowrsfioe Locjlflro  No. 46  1  Routing: Great Northern Railway to* Flavel, Oregon  thence Great Northern Pacific, S.  S.  Co.  Steamer  Great Northern.    Return same route.  Dates of Sale, April 14 to Nov. 30, 1915.    Call on us  for suggestions for side trips from San Francisco.  J. V.  INGRAM, Agent.  is our business and we are  . here to please you.    The  '���"'< ' _  '����     1.1   mi ��� .1    ��� ..I i .i     next time that you  want  any Billheads, Letterheads, Envelopes, Statements, Circulars,  Cards, Dodgers���in fact, anything in PRINTING, phone 14  sr,��� THE PIONEER  samples : :        ����"��� ���   Isthe only Typewriter today that supplies real comfort automatically to the Operator���adapted for Doctors, Druggists, Merchants,  and in fact it is essential to every business concern in B. C.  the  young  fellows  to  fall   in with  the idea.'  Seven hundred'men  from all over  Canada   have    communicated  their  desire to enter .the naval service fly  ing corps." Already about 50 of them  have  taken  the  first steps  at  the  Toronto aeroplane school, and   it is  expected   to  send the  first  detachment to   England   in. a  few weeks  There   they   will   take  a   finishing  course   under  the Admiralty direction.  The celebrated  Rocky Mountain  resort, Banff, Alberta, will this summer have,an added attraction in the  shape of a "stampede," or frontier  day celebration.   It will be arranged  by H. C.  McMullen, who   managed  the Calgary stampede.   A big arena  has been   built, and  a grand stand  capable of accommodating one thousand people,  is almost completed.  The best riders and  ropers on the  continent will be secured, as well as  a large  number of Indians.    Two  performances  a day  will be given  [throughout the tourist season.  Writing to the  Daily Chronicle,  SiijjtErnest Cassells, the great financial magnate, airs his views on  the  war  as   follows: "As  many  ofthe  British subjects  of German extraction have given public expression of  their feelings  my silence  might be  misunderstood.    Nearly half a century of  my life  has  been  spent  in  England,   and    all   my  interests-  family, business and social���are centred here.     AH my male relations of  military age   are  serving   with the  king's forces.     My unfailing loyalty  and devotion   to  this country have  never  varied   or  been   questioned,  and, while affirming this, I desire to  express my deep sense of horror at  the manner in   which the war is be-,  ing conducted by the German gov-l  Our hall is for rent for dances, social  evenings, etc.  Oscar Oustafson, Noble Grand  T. S. Quance, Fin. Secy.  Jas. Pierce, Bee. Secy.  ������������._.____^_���.������������������^���__���_���_._i  Daughters, of Rebekah  Phoenix Lodjre No. 17  Meets in the Oddfellows' Hall,  First and Third Wednesdays.  Mrs. Helen Deane, Noble Grand  Mrs. O. D. Bush, Secretary.  K. of P. Lodge,  No. 28    ph��eo"ix'  Meets Tuksday Evening at 7.S0  Sojourning brothers cordially ���welcomed.  Jos. Butcher, C. 0.  T. Underwood, K. ofB. S.  PYTHIAN SISTERS  Mountain Temple Lodge No. 17  Moot* In Pythian Hall, Lower Town  Second and Fourth Thursdays.  Mrs. W. Bellis,  M.K.C.  Mrs. W. Wills,  M.H.O.  The Stratheona Hotel  NELSON, B.C.  Steam Heated Throughout  FOR  BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES  SIGNET RINGS  Large Selection in Gold  Price - $3.00 to $10.00  CUFF LINKS,  TIE PINS, ETC.,  Signet and Stone Set Gold and  Gold Filled���Priced from  $1.00  to $5.oo  and up  Jewellery makes lasting" presents.  Engraving- Free. No trouble to  show Goods.  The Finest Accommodation for  the Travelling Public.  I  Jt_?#o J\* ___5i3*CK-9  DIN1NQROOM    SERVICE  UNEXCELLED.  Nine Well-Lighted  SampDerooms.  Phone 12  jernment.  JAS.  MARSHALL, PROP.  THE KNOB HILL HOTEL  A. O. Johnson, Prop.  First-Class Accommodation for Miners  FINEST OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN STOOK.  ���PHONE 72. YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. m  w  m  i  ������:./> r.V  tefe;  ffME   PIONEKlft,    PHCWBMIX,   BBITISH   CDLUmBIiS.  -5!  If  11  '!&>''-���:  Local and General  in a much better position to cater to  the needs of the public.  The latest news "of Jim Whittaker  &T  r^4-i  There will be no  picture show in | (o'e Ark) comes from Prince George,  ��ni  iv**r~  wr-.^*tZ&  ��&^  '%  %,A  *<*$.  &��.  ' 0>  m  <M  '*U.  ^J  cf"  0*8S!~i  "Sunlight is the Miner's Joy  THERE'S no dirt too stiff to yield to the  gentle strength of Sunlight Soap. f'The  wise ones" know that Sunlight doe$ithe  work easiest, with the least rub and none of  the wear and tear on clothes that follow ihe  use of harsh soaps. ^.  Sunlight Soap is absolutely "pure���it's the  best general purpose soap you can buy. .  .9?  1 the Miner's Union hall next Wed  |nesday  Mrs.   Davis  left  on  Wednesday  I on her  return trip to her home in  Nevada.  Mrs. A. F. Geddes,   accompanied  by her son,   Elmo,   went down   to  [ Spokane on Wednesday.  Born���At Westboro, Ont., on  May 15th, to Mr. and Mrs. C. A.  Ross, formerly of Phoenix, a son.  Miss Bell Bagley, of Prince Ru  pert, arrived in   town   on Tuesday  on.a visit to' her mother and sister.  St. Andrew's church (Presbyterian,)  -Service, Sunday next, June 6th, at  17.30 p.m.   Sunday School at 2  p.m.'  | AH welcome.  The animated weekly, a record of  I passing events,   will  be  a regular  from which point he left recently.on  one of bis periodical searches after  placer gold. This time his course  has been laid along the Parsnip river  into the Peace. Among his party is  P��. Morley.  Richard Parks, brother of  Mrs.  Robt.   Forshaw,   of Phoenix,    was  married recently,  at Greenwood, to  Miss^ilkinson of Christina.    The  bridegroom, who is a member of the  Boundary company of the 54th Battalion, was accorded a rousing wel  come on his return to camp.  Mrs. Jas. Carter accompanied by  1 Mrs. E. E. Barnes,-left on Thursday for Vancouver. The latter does  not intend to return uutil after the  summer school vacation.    The for-  Business Snaps  for   sale.���Apply  Baby carriage  Mrs. W; Cook. ��� ,    ,  Housekeeping rooms for rent.���  Apply Mrs. Puddy.  Pints and Quarts for family trade.  Phone 23.    Phoenix Brewing Co.  Girl wants position ' in 'hotel: or  private family. Apply Pioneer office.������  Guitar for sale, including case;  and instructor; first class condition.'  Can be seen at Pioneer office..  For Sale���Choice acreage'in Flor'^  a; will sell in  10, 20 and 30 acre  Mineral Act  (Form F)  Certificate of Improvements.  <w  g  All grocers  sell and  recommend it  138  --���>..��.   mer is one  of the accredited repre-  Wednesday  feature' at   the picture seritatives  of the   Phoenix  Lodge,  show infuture. Daughters of RebekahJ:o the annu-  During the temporary absence of al grand assembly.  W. S.   Cook, Jos.   Darraugh ' will      F. J. Lake, the product of whose  officiate for the next ten days or so studio at Grand Forks, has gained  as chief of police. an enviable  reputation  throughout jjg.  Mrs. Albin Johnson  and children   the Boundary,  intends to establish  |ots'.    App,y Pioneer office>.  who have  been  spending   the  past a branch of his business in Phoenix.      THe Mint hotd for weJ| fur_  �����^ ..:.:.:- ----- -     ���    ���    - 'He   has  rented   the  bu.Id.ng   next nishcd; & ^     ^ ^ __  door to the P.oneer office  and will App]y M-s  M/E. p(Jady.   - ��� --  Phoenix Miners' Union, No. 8,  meets Thursday evening,; at '7.30  p.m. Geo. J. Mattocks, pres; John  Evans/ sec.     ;   -   .   '.  ... ,   I   ,-  _ ,, .     ...       .1     For Sale���'Cabin,' furnished or un-  Two Mormon elders, who slipped .      . r,     .      ....        ,   "    .  ���       ,      .     , ...    ���    j I furnished; good well; also a lot; sit-  to  Canada  via the  unauthorized! \  uate   New York   townsite.     Apply  Pioneer office.  Two houses on New York Town-  N0TICE.  |                                                                         * *       O     .���*'*V..   p��9l ���         "       ,      *���**'   wujiukw   111   A   IJUCIJIX*  week visiting with friends in Grand He   "as  rented   the  building   next  Forks,   returned    to   the   city    on *     "  I Friday.  Services in St. John's church, to  I morrow Sunday, June 6th, will  be  Holy. Communion, 8 a.m.; Morning  Prayer, 11 a. m.,. and Sunday school  | as usual.  There are about 61 Italian reserv-  [ ists in Trail, 40 in Rossland, and be  be here from June 10th to 13th inclusive, and from the 28th to the I  30th inclusive.  Very Inconveiiient  ro Morn  into  Canada  via the  unauthorized  route, were arrested near Creston a  tween thirty and 35 in Phoenix. This  few days  ago' and   fioed  one hun  .. -   t     ���     ���  **- . _ - I  J��� 1   '.*     it  The  Queen's  Will Be Remodeled and  Improved.  I Solicit Your Patronage.:  TOM F. OXLEY  PROP.  only refers to the first and second  class reserves.  Miss Olive Greer, of Vancouver,  who has been the guest of Mr,  and Mrs. J. E. Thompson, left for  home on Monday. Mrs. Thompson  accompanied her for a visit.  Owing to the unusually large  number of small ads. of late, we  have found it necessary to reserve  for them another column in this issue. Look up the business snaps  in the next column.  Mrs. Jas. Marshall, accompanied  by Mrs. J. W. Frank, of Nelson,  arrived in town last Monday on a  visit to the former's sister, Mrs.' O.  D. Bush. Mrs. Frank left for Grand  Forks on Wednesday.  The  powerful   government   road  crusher  conferred  a boon   to   local  dred dollars or three months in jai  They were also ordered to be deported. In defence they said it  would have been inconvenient for  them to have reported to the officials  at the boundary line.  SYLVESTER K FRACTIONAii  MINERAL CLAIM  Situate in the Greenwood Mining 'Divi-  ,. sion of Yale District. Where located:  1  Greenwood Camp. ;  Take notice that I, D. J. Matheson,  as agent for Adolphe Sercu, Certificate No. 68942b, intend, sixty days/from  date hereof, to apply to the Mming  Recorder for a Certificate of improvements for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown grant of the above claim.  Arid further, take notice that action  under, section37 mustb'e commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of  Improvements.-  Dated this 13th'day of March, A.D.  1915. .,-  ' D. J. MATHESON, "Age^nt.  .CITY 6l? PHOENIX  ���I*  I  m  ���*  Public Notice is hereby given that  the first sitting of the annual Court  of Revision for revising, correcting  and hearing complaints against the'  site for rent or sale; one six-roomed  Assessment, as made by the Assessor  frt ���   .t  ..-v.��� ....  ��� Reports from the north say there  is a big.bread line at Prince George.  Most of the applicants for relief are  Russians and Austrians.  OLDER BUT STRONGER  To be healthy at seventy, prepare at  forty, is sound advice, because in, the  strength of middle life we too often forget  *V.�����   ,  ��� 1-._i.--l _���-..!  weakness for later years.  To.be stronger when older, keep your  blood pure and rich and active with: the  strength-building and blood-nourishing,  properties of Scott's Emulsion which is a I  house on Brooklyn avenue for sale  Apply, G. W. McAuliflfe.  For Sale.���A house and two lots;  four rooms; well furnished; near hospital; a snap for cash.   Apply Pioneer, Isaac Hill or D. J. Matheson. ' T  Twenty years' experience in English,   French,   Swiss and American  watch repairing'.    Satisfaction guaranteed. Charges reasonable.   Leave  orders at Union Cigar store, or the  Phoenix stage..Carl Adencur, Greeii-  wood.  For Sale���Late design mission  set; of buffet, 3  and round extension  table, with extra leaves; mission,  rocker and dresser, golden, oak  dresser, rocker  and  writing  table,  for the year 1915, will be held at the  City Hall, Phoenix, B.C.,"on Friday,  May 21st, 1915, at 8 p.m. :  Dated at Phoenix, B.C.,  April 10th, 1915.  W. X. PERKINS,  . , . ' . City Clerk  MILK AND CREAM  ,     * - ���   '���: '  kThe-rich quality df'Our Milk and  Cream is gaining new patrons  for us daily. We solicit a trial.  Delivery made to any part of the  city.    Mail us a card.  trusner  conierrea  a boon   to   local   food, a tonic and a medicine to keep your j All in good order.     Also box couch,  motorists   by  passing   through  the :.Wood rich, alleviate rheumatism and  ruj?s  and   otner  furnimr.. _ A����t���  J     * �� �� aVOld Sickness.     At ani* rtrnw c*/����-�� %        ra  The PHOENIX DAIRY  W. A. McKoy & Sons, Props.  Phoenix Miners'Union Opera House  SATU R DAY, J U N E  51 h  fA Mexican Drama  One Reel      /  "RISEN FROM THE ASHES"-^  "THE STIRUP BROTHER"--Two Parts  WithJ. W.Johnson, Edna Payne and Hall Wilson  "UNIVERSAL IKE, JR."-One Reel  "BEARLY" WON HER--By Harry Edwards  JOCKER--"THEIR VAOATION"-  (A-Laughing Hit, with  Ernest Shield���  I     One-Reel.  ADULTS, 15c.   CHILDREN, 5c.  Application for a Transfer of  Liquor License.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that  I intend to make application for a  transfer of the Liquor License held  b> me for the Queen's Hotel, iky Tom  ���F. Oxley, at the'next sitting of the  Board of Licen.se Commissioners of the  City of Phoenix,"J3.C.  Dated at Phoenix, B.C., this 12th  May, 1915.  (Signed) JAMES WALSH.  PHOENIX BAKERY  W. WILLIAMS, PROP.  A new line of Bakery and Confectionery just arrived. Fresh  Bread, Cakes and Cookies, just  like mother used to bake, delivered daily to any part of city.  CAKES MADE TO ORDER AT  MOST REASONABLE RATES  TELEPHONE 53  city streets this week. It is'.accomplishing great things on the Grand  Forks-Phoenix highway.  The "ladies'aid" of the Presbyterian church, have arranged to hold  an ice cream social and pantry sale,  to be given in the church on Tuesday, June .15th. Tea ;also will be  served, both in the afternoon and  evening.  W. S. Cook, chief of police, accompanied by Mrs. Cook, leave this  morning for New Westminster, the  former to represent Snowshoe lodge,  I. O. O. F. at the Grand Lodge,  while the latter will attend the  Rebekah Assembly.  A. Perkins, an expert piano tuner,  will be here in the course of the  next few days. He is highly recommended by Mrs. C. H. Knightr,  and those requiring his services are  requested to leave orders at Knight  and Barnes' store.  Take notice that Knight and  Barnes will be located in their new  business quarters, after Monday  next, in the -recently renovated  Stemwinder building.    They will be  avoid sickness.   At any drug store.  Scott & Bowne, TorontcyOnt.  Eggs for Hatching  From my selected pen of heavy laying  White Leghorn*. ~$1.50 for 15.  " .     F. J. HARBINSON,  , Phoenix, B. C  rugs  and   other  furniture.��� Apply j  Pioneer office  *r\  Don't spend another  Night Coughing  Mathieo's Syrup of Tar  and Cod Liver Oil taken at  bedtime will chase the cough  and giveyou and thoaearpnad  tod t good night's reat.  Taken regularly it soon  dispels even the most clinging cough as its valuable  tonic properties strengthen  the blood which will then  quickly restore the xnucuous  tissues to their original  health.  Be sere you get Mathieu's  Syrup of Tar and Cod Liver  Oil, the most popular cough;  cure in Canada.  Sold everywhere. 35c large  bottles.  X U MATHIEU CO, Prop,  Sherbrooke P.Q.  Ifwrmreetd O/mritk. tote XaAtnii  Pmrlnt rvtodtrl <n eonftuwrton urttK Ou   -  MaJMeft Syrup- The/tier wUIUdMptUoi.  t^*pattumhmSamtHmtii%c<Uditopptar.  tfeUm f/�� Potodcn/.  If you have anything you want to  sell', try an ad. in this column/  "Rough On Rat8" clear�� out  Rats, Mice, etc. Don't Die in the  House. i5c. and 25c. at Drug and  Country Stores.  lip  ''Senate  I  PSilNHtl  Church Services  The stated services in the Catholic  church are as follows: First and third  Sundays in the month. Mass at 10  a.nai, Sunday School ut 2.30 pjn.;  Evening Service at 7.80 p.m. Rev.  Father C.Pelletier, pastor.  jr  ^ERyiNE^POWDEi;,  i   ---^ (%*I4*j.^�� Of***, alarms* Ckh**^ **     1  V fwlniVtol tsjajyr!  t%~. m  .-t. ,-- -|-|-| \-km M _ij, j j  TUn am**,,  ilittw  tmiliaa  OF GRAND FORKS-.PHCHNIX BRANCH  Will be open for Business,  Thyrsclay, June 10, 1915.  BROOKLYN AVt.    (Next door to Pioneer Office)  S��h ��fSS, Portrata��*. Amateur Finishing",  View Work Portrait Framing, Enlarging,  S2E?�� Jf o       Bnsisn Cameras (British  Made) and Supplies.  Bnk^LfS ��f"ly   lttte ����es. b��t we know Zam-  W. 1?        .5r pam and CUfed ��up swes-   Per-  naps it would cure you, too. if you tried it?"  "bab^^Xs^S"I ^^-^'^-ntwiththis  Tlie opeakera are the children of  Mr*. E. .Webster, of .Seigneurs Sty  Montreal, and the mother, adds  weight to their appeal. She says:  "My little girl contracted scalp  disease at school. Bad gatherings  formed all over her head, ahd hot  only caused the child acute pain  ! but made her very ill. The sores .  discharged, and: occurring on the I  II  balm gave her ease. Then the  sores began to heal, and we continued cne Zarh-Buk treatment,  in a short time she was quite healed.  - ?? My .little boy sustained a sori-  ousiscaldon the neck.: It set up  (i bad sore, and quite a few things  wo tried, failed to heal it or give  him' ease. Once nioro wo turned  to Zam-Buk, - and  we  were  not  a i  it  Will Be Herefrom June loth to 13th inclusive,  and from 28th to 30th June Inclusive.  scalp we foarcd she would lose I disappointed. It acted liko a  all her hair. She was in a pitiable I charm in drawing away tho pain,  plight when  we tried  Zam Buk, [ o��d soon healed tho vound.'L  Z��m-Buk ia 8'abm8thing;diff��ircnt" iu tho way of balms.    It t-��������'���"��� i ��� ,.Li  .contftinspowerfulheolirJghoibalfossoncds, which,itBtooniiRapplieil I poirp  dav  to skin diioasen, kill off tho germs and on'd Clio pliinful enmr. ng 9 * "^^  tJUA  OtherWJgrjoea contained in /am-Buk so stimulaio tho ells tlin.1 1   Send "3 1 cent  lnew healthy tissue is ppoedily lor- ed.    Eczema, itch.uIciTi, cold J-timp for post-  t  nores,abscesiea,festeringsoras, blood poiaoning, chronicwoun<lp, jiigo, and wo will  g  eold craeka, etc.,are honied nnd cured in this way.    Un<).it* for al! fmajl  trial   yon  n  ��� skininjwriea and diseases. It iif alao of great service for piloe. Al!   /ree.    Moo tion  |  [ dfaggista and stores at SO conta ber, or Zam-BUk Co., Toronto. 1 thfa paper.    '       |  is&B^HGaME NEEDS-IT  ���f" mil ill .��� "IH���' f   r,^r����'�����''     ��*��   -   'WIBMI"   ���^aM.yi   -f���f  ^~S^,?!a'~,t''^-S'vTt!.,.,^,?~i,:>'1flW _.. .  *^r-.rr. ��� ..ninii'a  1'B w nvh i>Vty^iat tiiitti"


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