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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jun 13, 1914

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 mmmmm  \  f  ivrV-'/'i"'  II4 -/' "-V  >1  i>V  '  .���--<������ * -4'-v'!��m mfm  f         '.?,:...,A>'r1[  i Ui < h  I    TJ  ���;  The largest copper mines in  the Dominion are situated  at Phoenix. Tho Granby  Co. employs 500 riien, and  has a monthly pay roll of  over $50,000, while the Rawhide pay roll is $18,000.  ���n ft  '...-rii  ������������^m^m?}mmt  i^nc Pionkbb   is    h 4/,r,\  U in'. the /hisrhest   ' I      '"'Vv'"  Devotees to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District  FIFTEENTH YEAR  1 -Mi ��� mil uuu uiaiJii i. .u -it_jj��  Thk PhoIeb:, __  published lj in  municipally   in   uH^nr  jjtf*.    altitude, 4,800 ��-�� The city  VJ&   has ft populat|o��>pf 1,600,  fov��and    PossesflesNtofliclMs  ���^hotels, opera hou^y ftaj^ols,  PHOENIX, B. C, SATURDAY, JUNE 13,  1914  GRANBY COMPANY  INSTALLS SHOVEL  I. O. ,0. F. Grand Lodge  Capable of Handling 1,��00  Yards of Loose Ground  in Ten Hours.  Mining   at   the   Granby   here   in  Phoenix is to  be  done  on   a   more  extensive   scale    than    ever.      The  latest equipment added for the  economic  handling  of   the  output  of  Canada's     greatest     copper    producing    mine    is     a     40-R     electric   shovel,   manufactured   by    the  Bucyrus  Company,   of South   Milwaukee, Wis.     Thus the mine is to  /   be again worked to a   large   extent  by the   "glory hole" process.    This  electric shovel can   tear  into^i   pile  of   "muck"   and   fairly eat   it   up.  This new.shovel at the Granby can  load a ten ton car in three   minutes,  and it is capable of handling    1,500  yards of loose ground in   10 hours.  It can pick up two yards to a shovelful, or can lift a  rock   weighing   10  or 12 tons.       The  machine   weighs  50 tons and is propelled by its   own  power.  These shovels are being   used   in  every state in the union, in Canada,  and   in   fact   all   over   the   civilized  world.      E. T. King,   who   is   here  representing the Bucyrus Company,  only recently returned from Sweden,  where he superintended    the  installing of six shovels   in   the   Kiiruna  iron mines.      During   the construction of the   Panama canal   no   less  than   78  of these   shovels were in  use, and six were used  in,excavating for;"the new. Pennsylvania ;*Rail-  ;,way ^itatioo An ��New-.fXJaork/^Mr....  '^T^ine has-been with.tbe^cornpany.x>n-  and off for the last" 23 years;fjindh'is  work has taken him to almost every  part of the world where mining or  excavation work is carried on to  any" extent.  Officers of the provincial grand  lodge of the Independent Order of  Oddfellows now holding its jubilee  celebration at Victoria were elected  as follows: , >���  Grand master���H. Whits,   Cran.  brook.  Deputy   grand     master���P.   W.  Dempster, Victoria.  Grand   warden���W.   H.   Brown,  Vancouver.  Grand secretary���F.   Davey, Victoria. ....'...,  ���Grand .treasurer���J,      H;   Glass,'  Penticton.  Grand representative to the sovereign lodge for two year's���W.  Law,   Vancouver.  A parade in which over 2000  members  took   part;,    accompanied  I    B. C. Mining  ��� X  ���k  to  ''9 ' 1  '-Ml  MR. AND MRS. EKLUND  ��n   Monday   evening,   Clarence  , - .  ������.".���...".-.",-.������, *   -V     Eklund,the middleweight champion  by threebands,  took  place through   wrestler of Canada, will give an ex-  the streets, Wednesday, followed; by  hibition in the Miners'  Union opera  l-TSe\ yTT%- aCSrefedcby;5ir  hP"*i  and   will.attempt  to  throw'  Richard    McBride,   Mayor   Stewart  five of the huskiest men. in  town in  ann-��^nS' vr d V     , ;���:���.-:. jone.hour.     He offers $25 to, anyone  Fred Davey,  M.P.P.,   the  grand   who   stays   15   minutes;     Mrs/  C.  Kettle Valley Railway  Rail connections between the  Okanagan sections of the Kettle  Valley Railway, now in course of  construction along the entire route  from Midway to. Hope, are expected to be made within the next three  months.  Upon completion of a fifteen-mile  link between Carmi and Penticton  the entire line from Midway to Os-  prey Lake will be ready for service.  Bridge building is proceeding briskly south of Penticton and steel has  been laid to Osprey Lake from  which point a section of line is being  built  to Penticton.  Reports already published of the  progress* being made with the other  sections of the Kettle Valley and the  which is to  secretary, is the official on whom  devolved a large part of the responsibility, although he had assembled  about him a group of very energetic  capable and willing workers.        ?  Actually, the first lodge of the  order was formed in this province  on March 10, 1864, and, although  the anniversary was observed on  that date, it was decided that the  celebration proper would be deferred  to this month when the councils of  the various bodies had arranged to  convene in Victoria.  Eklund  will give  bag punching.  an  exhibition   in  Football Sunday  ,y There will be ,aJ football match  here, tomci^ro.w^XSundayJ^betwecri!  the Phoenix and Motherlode team?.  The^ game - will   be   played    on   the  ball grounds, and the kick-off will  be at 5:30 o'clock p. m. The game  promises to be one of the best  played in the Boundary this season.  Seattle Hockey Arena  According to advices from Seattle  that city will have a hockey rink  and a team in the Pacific Coast  Hockey League next winter. F.  Patrick, president of the league, is  at present at, Sol Due Springs in  Washington, but word comes that  the Seattle Arena company has been  incorporated and will finance a  team.  The cost of the building, includ-'  ing the necessary refrigerating plant;  will be close to $lpb,j^iSf\The  building   will   be   o^|c|ncrete|'lin��r  Leo Mader reports'having obtained assay of 30 per cent copper from  a picked sample of ore from his  North Fork claim. Murt Carroll is  developing the property for, him.  The gold discovery of Thompson  and Merrick in the Coquihalla  v>lley, says the Hope Review, has*  attracted many prospectors and upwards of thirty claims have been  staked. Parties are leaving Hope  with supplies and equipment.  Work has been   resumed   at   the  Molly Gibson mine, Kokanee creek,  which owing to deep snow had been  b,een closed during the greater  part  of the winter.      Men  are  now em-  l , .   . . actnuus Ol  t  ployed repairing the aerial tramway,  sect?on of the V. V, & E  preparatory to sending ore  over  it.  W. A.   Williams, "superintendent  of   the Granby. smelter,   who   was  called to Grand Forks  a few weeks  and Merritt will be established  ago owing to  the  ill-health   of his  autumn,  wife, returned to Hidden   Creek  on  Saturday.    Mrs. Williams has now  almost entirely recovered   her usual  health. ;  ,.V!'; ;''���'���  The Chahko Mika celebration  committee in connection with a carnival to be held at Nelson from July  13 to 18 next has decided to offer  $1000 for a machine drilling contest  in that city, and arrangements have  been made for the use of a compressor, power, etc., for this contest.  Now that the spring is well advanced, the Motherlode Sheep Creek  Mining Co. has its 10-stamp Merrill  mill again in operation, after three  months' inactivity.   Work was done  PROMOTING FIRST-  AID RESCUE WORK  Dudley   Mitchell,   Representing Department of  Mines, Is Here,  *ai  Dudley Mitchell, of  the   Department  of Mines,   is in Phoenix demonstrating the use of the pulmotor  in   restoring   respiration  after  the  inhalation   of poisonous gases,  or  water.       As  the  Pioneer goes  to  press a public meeting is being held  in  the   Miners'   Union   hall for the  purpose of .getting the miners interested.    The doctors  will   be   asked  to co-operate in the matter and give  be used jointly by the two roads, in-J * series of lectures.    Over at Ross  dicate that rail connection   between  'and,   where  Mr.  Mitchell has just  the Boundary and Okanagan points  this  The Oil Situation  H. T. Irvine, of the firm of  Sharp & Irvine, of Spokane, has this  to say" of the Calgary oil situation:  "There are many reliable companies that propose to operate in]  the Calgary oil fields that will expend every dollar entrusted to them  to the best interests of their .���stockholders.1 v...There, are, on the other  hand, some organizations which will  cease activity when they can ho  longer issue stock. Coming direct  from the field,; if any warning I  could give against promiscuous investment would be of avail; I would  advise dealing with institutions   not  been, nearly one   hundred   men   attended  the  first  lecture   given  by  Doctors Chandler and   Coffin.     By  the use of this pulmotor, which  Mr.  Mitchell is demonstrating  with,   it  is   said  that 259 lives  have  been  saved during the past five years  in  America alone.      Classes have been  organised    in    Rossland,     Fernie,  Michel and other camps   in  eastern  B.C.,   but  Mr.   Mitchell's territory  will cover the whole of the province.  Accidents are likely to   happen in  mining at any minute, and frequently a knowledge of first aid will save  a life, or even many   of them.      In  all probability  the   innovation   will  prove as popular here as   it   has  in  the other places.    Take for instance  at Rossland the Consolidated   Mining and   Smelting  company has  a  ' P a*& ���  Volney D. Williamson whose  wife is sueing him for a divorce in  Spokane, kept a cigar store in  Kaslo 22 years ago.  'aass  S��I  arena will have a seating-capacity of  3,500   and   will   be very   similar to  , ._, ������������-.    -.     ..��� v- ��� -. -���������������.���.������-^���7^-^. .-:~^tw ^^^  the Victoria rink. bld' as against $80 Saturday.    The  ages   by  Robert  H.   Bohart,   who ��n-        The  company  also has  Seattle   will   very   probably  sup-   StOC,c a,so advanced appreciably' on   claimed that the cancellation   of his  secured . other     rescue     apparatus  Even though   the   cup   now  stand��/plant    New    Westminster    in    the/the;  ^��ston; a��d; New    York    ex.   hotel license was caused bv a  jetter| which will enable men   to   enter  an  in   the'   possession     of   the     Grand/league   next   winter, ii   The   Rdyalt"*^-1*?8^:   M>--.^''-^  Forks  team, the boys here are still j City   team   cost   the   iea^ue   about/!    ^  playing    with   their    same    oldtime | $6500 last winter and unless'''West-1^����������^  minster   promoters    undertake     to   stated that there are^ how about six-/WW,**^ ?*^^'^b?^f^^^"��' "***  finance the club  next   winter   there   teen teaf"s engaged in   hauling   ore/-Ji-"     '   ^ :     ��� /the*PP  from the mine to Lynch   creek,   and/  will be no team there, the present  players being switched over to Seattle along with any others that  may be required to   bring   it   up   to  strength.  Favor Church Union  By an overwhelming majority, the  Presbyterian Assembly at Woodstock, Ont., voted in favor of accepting the majority report favoring  church union, after the most animated debate on the subject the  assembly has ever known, and after  the development of the tensest situation that has ever yet appeared in  the treatment of this issue.  Two amendments were proposed  to the motion favoring union, and  consequently the commissioners  were called on to record their decisions on three occasions,  various votes were as follows:  On     the    first    amendment-  union, 297; against union, 117.  On the  second   amendment-  union, 278; against union,  114.  On    the     original     motion-  union, 286; against union,  109.  that two carloads are being shipped///"  weekly. Shipments are made both  to the Trail and .Granby smelters.  An assay office has been put in at  the mine, thus enabling the owners  to tell the class of ore they are sending out. Mr. Johnson states that  he has not yet received the assay  returns from the strike made on the  United Verde property last week.  Union Officers Elected  PLEASE ORDER EARLY.  [OFPlll,  Knights Attend Church  The members of  Phoenix   Lodge  No.   28,   Knights   of  Pythias   celebrated their anniversary by   attending  service    at    the    Presbyterian  church in a body last Sunday  evening.     Quite a number of the   Pythian Sisters were also   present.    The  sermon by Rev.  J.   R.   Munro   was  appropriate   for   the   occasion,   and  at the close he gave  a   brief  recil.nl  of the compact between Damon and  Pythias,   the   incident    upon   which  the order is based.  Last Saturday was election day  for Phoenix Miners' Union No. 8,  and the following are the officers  elected to hold office for the ensuing  term:  H. Elsmore���President,  D. A. Vignaux���Financial Secr'y,  A. L. McKinnon���Rec. Secr'y.  D.  W. MacKenzie���Treasurer,  Geo. Balen���Warden,  A. IMcDonald���Conductor,  R.   Blundell,   A.   McDonald,   H.  F��r I Elsmore,     R.   Agnew   and    Ernest  Roberts���Trustees.  H. Elsmore���Delegate to W. F.  of M. convention, which meets at  Denver, Colorado, on   Monday 7th.  The  -For  -For  'Phone 56  P. O. Boar 309  It was 23 years ago this week  since the first passenger train arrived at Nelson.  Benefit Smoker Tonight  There will be a smoking concert  this evening at 8:30 o'clock in the  Miners' Union lodge room for the  benefit of Dave Lawley, the blind  miner, who lost his sight in a blast- j  ing accident while working in the |  Nickel Plate mine at Medley several j  months ago. Among the features j  will be a boxing bout between Bar- j  ney Mullin and Walter Forshaw, ]  and some splendid singing an I j  da'.icing. James Cochrane'.-; t-.aw-i',  al: o appears on the program -'or ij  fe<v songs. The affair is deseivin,',  of liberal support.  The Little Store  First Street. McKay & Knight, Props.  Try the Famous Peek  Fream Biscuits  Dainty, Crisp, Satisfying ��� 32 to the Pound  Golden Puff Connaught  Pat a Cake Billiken  Digestive Coronation  Teddy Bear Shortcake  GREEN VEGETABLES  Fresh Arrivals Every Day  U  Strawberries        Rhubarb        Green Onions  Radishes Cucumbers Lettuce  Fancy Tomatoes       Spinach        Asparagus  Cabbage, Oranges and Bananas. ���Vf2IJ s-1'  V;  /*  THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  i.'  jlMME��PERFEGT BREAD  QBMHBMMHJB  It  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  ���    ' ' ' >- .  issued weekly  at PhobKix, British Columbfa  ,   Subscription, 2.00 per year'  .' ,   2.50 to ^United States.  - '-      G. Kay, Publisher.  m  . -������  i  .    "ADVERTISING SOAX.B    ,  AppH:��tton for "Liquor Licence (30days) ..95.00  AprlioaUon tor Transfer of Licence........ $7.60  Oertliloato of Improvement notice (60 days) $7.60  Application to Purchaso Land notices ((H) days)   *....,....v...$7.��  Delinquent Op-owner notices (00 days) ... ."JlO.OO  Small Water Notices (80 'days)  "}7.60  " Delin'iuent Co-Ownership nbtidb's ��0 days $25.00  ���DnplitatoCertificateofTitlo notices $8.00  Ciirdfl. of Thanks, 60 cents,   c  AU other legal advertising, 12 cents a lino,  flinglo column, for tho first insertion; and 8  cents a line for each subsequent insorlion, nonpareil measurement.  Display ads $1.00 per inch,  single  column,, per month. -Transient ,ads.  . 50c. per inch, per issue; subsequent in-  sertions, 35c. per inch.  road must feel  that  they  are  ap  proaching a very materialistic com  munity as they   catch   a   glimpse of  our   much   bedraggled   and    weed-  stricken    cemetery.       Some    effort  should be   made  towards   cleaning  up the   place   and   making  its   appearance at least presentable.    Surely  a  noble   work  can  be  accomplished by beautifying to  some  extent at least the  last   resting  place  of our  former .residents   who   are  now sleeping their long sleep 'in the  delapidat-ed God's acre on   the hillside below the town..  With Maud in Vaud  my    pretty  Wealth does not always bring  happiness. C. W. Post, the breakfast food king, accumulated more  than twenty millions, and yet he  killed himself. John D. Rockefeller]  with   all  "Where are you going  maid?"  "Into vaudeville, sir," she said.  "May I go with you, pretty maid?!'  "No, I can't use you, sir," ahe said.  "You have a voice, but in  vaudeville,  You can't get by on a simple trill  I know you can act, but on big time,  A highbrow actor is quite a lime."  "But I'm a comedian, pretty maidl"  "I'm on, I've got you, sir," she said.  "But your stuff's  too  new for three-  a-day  To have the old line people pay."  "I've acted in movies, pretty maid!"  I can do the maxixe unafraid.  At the hesitation, tango, too,  I'm realy a bear from Timbuctool"  "At last your talking, sir," she said,  "I'll use you in my skit, bonehead. "  We'll cop the kale from A to Z,  Grouches Organize  his   wealth   ,s   miserable.   For footwork is tho thing, you see."  Saturday, June 13, 1914.  Sawdust diet may kill .fish, but.it  ' is certainly fattening for dolls.  He cannot even enjoy the   tranquil  ity of his own home.     He is in constant  dread   of some   lurking   as  assin who may take a" shot  at him.  Coming closer home, down in   Spokane the divorce case   of Mabel C.  Williamson    against    her   wealthy  husband,  Volney D. Williamson, is  now being aired in  the   courts.     In  the few  years   they  were   married,  Williamson showered gifts upon his  wife to the amount of over a  quar  ter of a   million' dollars.    She  was  given   money galore',   pearl    necklaces, diamonds, rich furs and silver  from New'York's most  fashionable  -Spokesman-Re view.  Good Advice  A street .car  runs  twice as  fast  when you are trying to catch it as it f stores; transcontinental trips, brok-  ,does after you have caught it/*���      jen bv stops at the   finest   hotels   in  Prof.   Brock, deputy   minister of  mines at Ottawa, warns investers of  the remote chances of striking oil in  I the Calgary district.       Among a lot  I of good advice   he says:.    No  one  should  invest   money   in   oil   prospecting that he cannot afford to lose  and, before investing, he should assure himself that the   company   has  capital enough to put down several  wells, with due allowance for possible  difficulties   met  with in drilling  and that an expert of repute has ex  amined the ground  ��� -j ���^^ ����� .���   ...,6ot   ,IUIC1,   lu                        =              lhat   il: is   pro-  America's   largest  cities,   and   still / Posed to drill, will locate the   holes ^ wuij  Says the yancouver World:   Au-Ishewas    "happy.      Williamson, I and   that   he. has  expressed   confi-j eminent it is  tomobiies may, be' as expensive  as   with   his   mining interests in   Can-v dence tbat this particular ground   is  wives, but one can trade .in   his old lada* the United States and Mexico, I worth ProsPecting  one   every   two  or | and business blocks,' real estate and  railroad   shares4 aggregating   close  to a  million,   is not  as   happy   as  The Saturday Sunset of Vancouver devotes a portion of its back  page each week to a side issue -called the Western Howl. It is something like the Bingville Bugle, only  different. The last issue was a  special grouch number. It tells of  a grouch lodge being formed in  Vancouver. It is known as Calamity Lodge and fills a long felt want.  Following    are     some     extracts  from the constitution   andj-by-laws:  No member is   permitted   to   believe that there is anything  gdod in  anything.  No member will be allowed to  smile more than once each week,  unless he happens to view some  I cheei ing spectacle, such as a fatal  accident oV a widow and six starving children being ejected from  their humble home by the sheriff.  Any member who admits that  there is any oil in Alberta or British Columbia will be immediately  thrown out of the club.  Any member who does not spend  at least three hours each day' talking hard times ceases automatically  to be a member.  All members are expected to  acquire dyspepsia, gout and rheumatism. Those who have only one  of these are first degree members;  those who have two are second degree members, and so"on.  Every  member" is    against    the  government, no matter  what  gov-  CREAM  A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder  Indispensable to best results���saves  worry���saves work���saves money���  saves health���saves complaints at table  Every member is expected to announce at least once before each  meal that thc country is going to  the   dogs.  Nobody is welcome in the Grouch  Club. There is no such word in  the Grouch dictionary. One of the  charter members saw it on the door  mat and fell in a faint. But you  can join if you want to.  Speaking  of grouches,    we just  met a man   with   hay   fever,   corns  and   the   poetry   habit.       He   had  cold boiled potatoes   for   breakfast,  no lunch money, and his only friend  was   away   fishing.      The   gas   bill  was  due   and   so   was   the   electric  light.     The   instalment   house   was  after his furniture���his fountain pen  was  dry   and   no   one   would   lend"  him a lead   pencil.     His   stenographer" had   eloped    with   the   cash.  Honestly it did our   heart   good   to  talk to   him      We   haven't  felt  so  cheerful in a month.  auto-on a new  three years.   ''  Ready to Quit  King-Edward Lodge  No. 36, A.F. and A.M.  J "���  1/  I    I  "  j '  "      - ��� / ,...-- .. ctrj        .     riWillie,   come    richt    intn    thfl  - .Nobody has ever explained, scien-   "may. man   earning  $15   a   week  hoMef   ,  doQ,<   ^f J    "'  t-fically or otherwise,   how it is* that   ��|*' a   pick   and   shovel.     Rocke-  with ^ ^ an/more ,, Pl"y  one man" will haul ioa nice string of re,,er once  sa,d   he  would  give   a1  fish in an .hour or two, while another j ""'on dollars for a hew   stomach  fishing near hunV catches -nothing  'y but an old,shoe, and'theleft leg of  ., a pair of overalls, says  tfie  Toledo  .Bladesv;-'V'.v3'     ��� ,;.r-    .,   ^.^.r^y,  and* "Williamson would probably  give* the-Bulk of his fortune to -be  ridof a-cancer which is eating his  life away:* - But such is life.  "All right, Mother, I've just won,  his last marble anyhow.  Regular communication at 8  p.m.   Second Thursday of  each month.  Emergent meetings as called; Masonic  II,  Travel East via The  Great Northern Railway  . Jinge ...  Hall, McHale Block.  Wore the Stripes  When the donkey saw the zebra  - He began to switch his tail;  "Well, -I never,", was his comment;  -   there's a inule that's been in jail."-  steadily gaining on the rate of pro  eduction of the world's fields, ij> can  readily be seen why the Standard is  so active.  Phoenix, June 24th.'  Chahko Mika celebration Nelson,  July 13to 18.   '  Spokane Interstate Fair, Septem  ber 12 to 20.,  I Fft*.  ������*:�������� ^  ���is-  I?  Agitation is   on  at Ottawa dealing with   the  interest  paid   on   deposits by the Canadian   banks.    It  ^is believed the. banks are in a  position 'to" pay more, interest.    They  '^give their depositors   3   per  cent,  ^ while they loan for 7 or 8  per  cent  tend evenhigher. ' Iris pointed 'out  /"that even during a' depression  they  t are   able to  earn   dividends on   big  'stock issues  amounting to   from 10  . to 12 per cent.  j     <    '   ��,���:   I T First impressions are said to be  ithe most lasting^ and visitors ar-  , riving in Phoenix by the Greenwood  John Finlay, Jr.,  Secy.  W.  J. Pierce,  W.M  r.o. o. f.  Snowshoe Lodsro  No. *60 .  Meets every Monday. Evening at  Miners' ,HaU. ? yisiting^bretlrfen cor-  diaUy,invited. "  ���    '. -y >:&** va ?-j>* , . -;  A.r*L. MKinnon, NobleGrand. '-  "vVm.-Oxley, Fin. Secy.  E. E, Barnes, Rec. Secy.  Daughters of Rebekah  Phoenix Locf��-e No. 17  Meets in   the   Misers'   Union   Lodge  Hall First and Third "Wednesdays.  JUrs. JE. E. Barnes, Noble Grand  Mrs. A. D. McKenzie, Secretary.  ANNOUNCEMENT  Summer Excursion Fares Commence June  1st. Final Limit October 31st. Optional  Routes   and    Liberal   Stopover   Privileges.  New York $108.50     Montreal $105 00  Halif?x    129.35 ' Twin Cities      60.00  .Philadelphia    108.50 +  ,_ ,.      '        "* - J- V. INGRAM, Agent, Phoenix.  SPOKANE TO 'CHIGAG'O WITHOUTCHANGE*  TIJe.  Smiling'  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES  Phoenix Aerie'No. 158  Meets in Union Hall, Friday Evenings.  Visiting brothers are always welcome.  Dan Patterson, W. P.  T. B. Clarke, W. Secy.  OLIVER  TVpeWrrter  I  ummep  of 1914  On sale June 1st to September 30th.  Final    Return   limit,  October   31st.  ��-reet the coming- of a case of  PHOENIX BEER  WHY?  Because the Beer is so good  and wholesome it brings the  smile.  'PHONE  23  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  / LIMITED  K. of P. Lodge,  No. 28  Phoenix.  B.C.  Metefe Tuesday Evening at 7.80,  Sojourning brothers cordially wel  corned.  N. Davidson, O. O.  E. E. Barnes,  K. of R. S.  PYTHIAN SISTERS  -Mountain Tempte~Lo<fse No. 17  Meets in Pythian Hall, Lower Town  Second and Fourth Thursdays. V  Winnipeg, $60.00 Montreal, $105.00  St. Paul ��� 60.0Q St. John - 120.00  Chicago - 72.50 Halifax  - 129.35  Toronto - 92.00 New York 108.50  Mrs. Geo. names,  M.E.O.  Mrs. A. I). MoKoiizio  M.R.C.  WOOD  Compartment Observation Cars, Electric Lighted  Standard Sleepers.  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.C.  First-class Fir and Tam-  arac Wood, $6.00 per cord  Pine Wond,   $5.00 per cord.  Fir and Tamarac, double cut,  per cord, $7.00.  WOOD DELIVERED   ON   SHORT  NOTICE. 'Phone B 32  DRAYING  ����<  Igan  .9)  J. v. mijRPHY,  DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT, NELSON, B.C.  Of all kinds -promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Bag--  qage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders.      Phone A65  James G. McKeown  U Interested and should know  about the wonderful  MARVEL Whirling Spray  Tha now Vaginal Syrlnee.   ISesr  ���Most coavttilent.   It cleanse*  Instantly.      Ask your  1 dropsp'st ict "  The American  Oliver Typewriter  turns   out   more   work���of   better  quality   and  greater   variety���than  any other  writing-   machine.    Simplicity,  strength, ease of  operation  and visibility are  the   corner-stones  of its towering supremacy in  Correspondence  Card-Index Work  Tabulated Reports  Follow-up Systems  Mani'foldinfr-Service  Addressing Envelopes  Working on Ruled Forms  Cutting: Mimeograph Stencils  The Balance Shift  The Ruling Device  The Automatic Spacer  The Automatic Tabulator  The Disappearing Indicator  The Adjustable Paper-Fingers  Scientific Condensed Keyboard  Can you spend 17 Cents a Day to  better advantage thanjn the purchase of this wonderful machine?  For further information call or write  G. KAY, Agent, Phoenix.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-"  west Territories and in a portion of the  Province of British Columbia, may be  leased for a term of twenty-one years  at an annual rental of $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 subdivisions of sections, and in unsur- .  veyed territory the tract applied'for  shall be stake*! put by. the applicant  himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of .$5 which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable  output of the mine at the rate of five  cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  iurnish the Agent with aworn returns  accounting for the full craantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royal by thereon. If the coal mining  i rights are not being operated, such returns should be furnished at least once  a year.  Theleasp 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.  Foy full infm-mation application  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa, '  or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���Unauthorized   publication  of     ,  orU��VGI'fcise,uenfc wln not be P&��d for.  If tie ea;mot supply th��  MAKY SJ^ocopofl no other,  buf s��tu XHfttp/o^itustratad  bcolt���.�� ailed. 'ItfcrVei full partlc-  ularnaniLdlroctnjin Iimiluabla to 1  WINDSOR SUPPLY CO.,  Vfiotaor, OdI. General Agents for I  0R.DeVAN'S FEMALE PILiSSK;  medicine for nil Kemnle Complaint. $5 a box,  or three for $10, nt drujf stores. Mailed tonny  nddress on receipt of price. The Scobeli; Dn.De  Co., St. Catharines, Oiitnrio. t '  PH0SPH0N0L FOR mH*��%T%JJ?;  for Nerve andJlrain; increases "grrcy jnntter';  �� Tonic���will btiild you np.L $8n box, or two for  15, nt drupf stores, or by mail on receipt of price.  The Scodell D&uo Co., St, Catharines. Ontario.  throw away your good  OVERALLS, because  ..  they are greasy.     We  can wash them to look  as good"as new.      We also make a  Specialty of Blankets and  Carpets.  A TRIAL WILL  CONVINCE   YOU.  RECO STEAM LAUNDRY  Phone 50.   Dominion Ave.  V*  ���21  '} Bolls  Coftsfipaffoft  AreYon'Trbnbled?  Dr. Pierce s Golden Medical Discovery  Concentrates  THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  What is said   to  be   the  largest  flagpole in the world, an Oregon fir,  long,   and six  feet   in   di  230 feet  r���-�� *��"f medicines will'doaiTm��S.5enui,nsr Bome  hove for me. At then mi tS r "nucn f��r h Im as they  a Rwat dw! with malana and &rteeB * wa8 troubled  with tho worut so��� ��rf K 1,5 iouarnoS9'accomP*"*ial  mv T>n��, ".".'ol ,8"r��r�� uo'lo.  I was persuaded by  Perhaps this case may be similar to yours    ��or over forty  years has  ���r-Wealeu Tilly of (Box 673.) Selma   Cm    ,   ,. u   ,endin�� its aid to JUflt  Gentlemen:_"ltcrlvcSmem,,^    I * """*   ���SUch cases ��� this.     In our  to����ndyou��ta&K*f,l,&^��MIitob..bi.    possession  we  have thSa-  K?^^^��^��^��^���hMSL-S2;   ��ands of testimonials of jfke  character.  Perhaps you are skeptical,  it isn't it worth at least a  trial in view of such stconir  andTh^ajaWn'-aiiTof?Z�����.n?^Mo'JtSkttaS    testimony?   Isn't it reasons-is to thiTday, thanks tothV* vJ0.5ud 1? mor��    ?b,e,to suppose that if it  Discovery for my relief.      *��  th��   Golden Medical     has done SO much for Others  w�� tSSS555 ^S^Wh'JHW."*1" t����j����� ����o i    2t can do M much for you ?  U,t',1-��'i.4*1."*"��W����om��BiiiSml Have md^^tthey have  irie the whnlo trouble; tlxiiiVn airnln fo? ?i,. ?i>m.V 'n =<"juer-  the advlco I hav�� obUtlrid from Thn pL.Ii*. *Su��>t��" and for  Modical Advl��nr."  ti:"�����_i":,,,n.ih? *"ooplo'�� Common Scruio  SB-j^p..  ,���   Sp,WareL^,^-   ^bet  Ltd  A heavy  crop  of strawberries is   Francisco.    It  is  the  gift  of   As  expected   on   Kootenay '  my parents, whohuveal v.TvniV^'^   -Vtt8p?rB.undedby     u. Z. .~7r~f*"* ��Dowpucai,  sass?ama ? H^^^saaa Sir * ���" wo^th at ,east *  appeared, hut f iffi " b.ott'�� a��d "�� boils ull dia-     Jl ������{.  lake    this  season  The June bride season  opened up  toria, Oregon.  The largest baby born iriEl Dor.  ado county,   California,   within   the  n Y??r dn*Ksri*it will oapply you in  S�� tablet form, oi youTcaS  E�� 5A0ddr'eCSBntBtamPaf0rO trtal  Dr. n. v. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.  in Chicago with 253 applications for memory of the.oldest inhabitant ar  marriage licenses on the first day.        ���     -   -  The  Queen'sHotel  OOMPlETELYREFuRNISHED AND REFITTED  We beg to announce the reopening of the QOcen's Hotel.    This  popular hotel has been  completely refitted throughout;  everyth.ng new and up-to-date.    Large lofty rooms, ,  healed with hot water.    Perfect fire appliances.  Night and Day Service  Patrons of this hotel will  find  in  it all  the comforts ot home  1 erfect satisfaction is assured all our guests.     It is '  the most centrally located hotel in town  Bar Stocked with Best Wines, Liquors, Cfears  WALSH & H^RTMAnTprops"  FIRST STREET AND KNOB HILL AVENUE  ur Milk  Should  handled  manner  quaTrt  come from healthy and vigorous Stock,  in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  - Separated Cream insures purity and  ly'   ���       . The Dairy produces both.  THE DAIRY       J. w. Hannam, Prop.  Everything jn Men's Wear  Clothing  Underwear  Shirts  Shoes  Hats  Caps, etc.  Thos. Brown  "Everything- a Man  Wears"  NEW ICE CREAM PARLOR  i.  We have arranged for a continuous supply throughout the summer months of the FAMOUS CURLEW ICE CREAM. Special Rates to Parties.  Cooling Soft Drinks of varied flavor.  THE DELICACY OF THE SUMMER SEASON-  CURLEW ICE CREAM.  TRY ONE.  Antonio Cervo     Stemwinder Building1  BO  THE BUTTE HOTEL  Bar Stocked with the Finest of Italian Wines.  Best Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  STEAM HEATED THROUGHOUT.'     ,  LUCIANI & VICHARY, PROPS.  ���j  OB HILL HOTI  A. O. Johnson, Prop.  First-Class Accommodation for Miners  FINEST OF WJiMES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN STOCK.  ���PHONli 72. YOUR  PATRONAGE SOLICITED.  It is reported the C. P. R. will  reduce the six-day mail service on  SIoca,n lake to three days a week.  The railroads are making plans to  furnish 10,0Q0 freight"cars to handle  the Yakima Valley fruit crop this  year.  The  Great   Northern   will   place,  orders for 10,000,000 feet of Jurnber!  for  new  cars,   with   Puget   Sound  mills. ']  The world's largest rubber tree is!  in Bolivia,, having a trunk 27 feet in  'circumference,    about     twice     the;  usual size.  Lord Strathcona in his   will ^.provided for the . care  and   comfort  of  18 or 20 lepers   in   England,   seven  being in London.  I     The surveys  of the  Alaska   railroad are  to be rushed  this summer  ���"(nd    arrangements   made   for construction next year.  It is rumored that A. C Milla, of  Ferry, has bought the unsold -interests of the C.P;R. in the Midway  townsite for $32,000.  The   building   of   the    Bank    of  Montreal in Montreal is said to be a  more costly building than  the Bank  of England in London.  ..Work   will   start 'within','a- few  days on   an   extension  to   Gonzaga  college at Spokane.    The   new  addition will cost $400,000.  The Arbuckle Wrecking company  of the United States is willing to  undertake to raise the Empress of  Ireland by compressed air  Father Althoff of Nelson is taking a holiday trip to Alaska, where  he spent the first 17 years of his  ministry among the Indians.  Tom Whalen has severed his  connection with the   Napanee   hotel  rived  in   the  home of H.  H. Long  of Calder. It   weighed    twenty  pounds at birth.       Mother and son  are in excellent health.  The bill to provide $1,200,000  to reimburse the depositors who  lost money owing to the failure of  the Farmers' bank was given a third  reading in the house at Ottawa.  The bill, however, was given a six  months'hoist by the senate.  According to a San Francisco report, all of the peanuts sold at the  San Francisco and San Diego expositions in 1915. will   be  grown in  Hotel Brooklyn  The Only First-Class and Up-To-Date  Hotel in Phoenix. New froih cellar  to roof. Best Sample Roomfe in the  Boundary, Opposite Great Northern  Depot      y  ;.���      Modern Bathrooms.  STEAM HEATED.  O. D. Bush, Prop.  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix, B.C.  King county, California, by a com  pany recently founded there. Chas  T. Trezona, who secured the pea  nut concession, states that they will  require 125 cars of 30,000 pounds  each to supply the demand for pea  nuts at the fair.  Six thousand sovereigns,  the lar  gest sum of gold ever deposited   to  insure a glove fight, have been   de  posited in the offices of the   Sports  man in London for the approaching  match   between  Jack Johnson   and  Sam   Langford.     The  money  represents Johnson's share  whether he  wins,   loses   or draws.     The  fight  probably will take place in   London  in September or October.  Frenchy Vaise, Canadiao light-  weight champion, who is matched  for a 20-round bout with Charlie  Lucca at Nelson during Chahko  Mika week, has a match on with  Johnny O'Leary, a clever Seattle  boy, on June 20th. The battle  will take place at the Brighouse  Arena, near Vancouver, where  Vaise won his battle against Joe  Bayley last year.  The trial of Charles H. Moyer  and other leaders of the "Western  Federation of    Miners,   on   charges  d. l. Mcelroy  SOLE AGENTS FOR PRINCETON COAT.  Dealer in Lumber, Shingles, Lath  and Cedar Poles. Stuli La#gan.  First-Class Fir & Tamarac Wood.    .  MOVING MACHINERY OUR SPECIALTY  r,  If Tired of Wood, try Princeton Coall  SMOKED MEATS, ETC.  We are  carrying*  a special line of these goods.     If  you are  not   already being  supplied   with our  stock,  give us a trial order,  not be beaten.  ���       ��� - - ������    j  Our "Shamrock" brands  can-  P. BURNS & CO., LTD.  Wholesafe and Retail Butchers and Produce Merchants  PHOENIX, B. C.       PHONE 2  ,_. -   , c       ..www. ��� _     , ,,   -���--��'���-�� j,      v>u      CUiltgBS !  at Fernie and he and his  wife   hare \growing   put 'of   t^ie  recent copper  Coeu'r d'Alenes to   miners strike,    'will* begin, July\6l  gone back to the  reside.  the suit for $100,000 for alleged  breach of promise brought in ��� April  by Miss Mildred Meffert of New  York ag-ainst Enrico Caruso, the  opera singer, has been settled ou  of court.  The date was selected  after   0."-,N.  Hilton, attorney for the  union men,  had assured   Anthony  Luce,  ecuting    attorney,   that  his  c   would be ready.     Tbe   case will   be  11 heard    at   JL'Anse,   seat   of Baraga  I County, Michigai.  pros  clients  'i^^^ll^f^'CK^ili^aiiW^^'^m^ W *^54**" "C-^itfwrPi  , ,. *;^^fg|W  Stationery, ConfectioAf^^i^^i��Kyi^^>da'  Kodak Supplies and Wail Papers.  Ail the latest Books and Newspapers  ��V*<sr  I .1  Bert  Moody,   a   G.   T.    P.    time- \     "Those who have sent   money   or  keeper,    and     Mike    Soklawski,   a|derst��  Great   Britain, Russia, etc  I from Montreal, aod  which   were on  board the ill-fated Empress   of   Ire  land, will not lose their money.  The  course adopted by   the   government  bridge   worker,    were    killed   in  Phone 42 Phoenix, B. C-  hotel fife at South Fort George on  June 5th. The loss to the building and contents   totals $20,000.  The old C. P. R. depot at Vancouver will soon be a thing of the  past. Excavations have been begun around the handsome old building and soon it will be taken down  to give way to the new structure.  A baby in Spokane weighing only  one and a half pounds at birth  eight months ago now weighs five  and a half pounds, and gives promise of growing strong and healthy.  The baby was raised in an incubator.  The Presbyterian church in Canada has made very favorable progress during the past year, according to the report made by the general assembly while in session at  Woodstock, Ont. The denomination now has over 300,000 communicants, and for all purposes raises  over $5,000,000 each year. The  net gain in membership during the  year was 13,367.  a j"  will.be that duplicates of the money  orders at Ottawa will be copied and  dispatched   to  London.    There   all  persons   will   be   notified   that  certain   sums  have   arrived   and   they  will be able to  get   them   upon  application to the nearest  post offices.  The Empress  carried   155  bags   of  newspapers,    51    bags   of   letters,  eight baskets   containing  301   parcels, and   1,903 registered articles.  C^TTONC  pEEDO  for garden end farm or�� best  for B.C. soil. S<?����� Catalogue fox  solid, guarantee of purity  and germination  Send now for Copy free  Sutton 5 Sons.Tho Kind's Soedmon  R���� odin^En^lond  A. s3 . W ooo< w ard  Vicrona      "S       Vancouver      j  615 Forr St\ 667 Granville St  SOLE AGENTS FOR BRITISH CCLUMBIAj  A Nice Selectien of the Latest  Victor Records, especially  the latest dance music  New Sengs, etc.  m  ;&'<  COME AND LOOK THEM OVER  E. A. Black, Jeweler  Announcement  E. C. HENNIQER AUTO' CO.  Have opened a Garage, and are prepared  to repair all makes of Automobiles.  We   carry   a   full   Stock    of Supplies.  An Expert Auto. Mechanic is in Charge  'Phone 175.       Garage Opposite Post Office.  GRAND   FORKS,   B.C.  3. J. MATHESON   Insurance Agent  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE GLASS,  COMMISSIONER FOR TAKING  AFFIDAVITS *  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX, B-C.  Greenwood    fc3ld*j^G  JLylXlC  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 8.45 a.m. -v  ** **        lowertown,   9.00a.m. (.Standard Time  Leave Greenwood 3.00 p.m. J  PROMPT ATTENTION  TO EXPRESS AND FREIGHT  J. FULLER, Proprietor  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  Sent  to any part of  the  Dominion for $2.00 a year. ^m^m^mm':^"Lj ��� J>; ���;���������. :- ���'    ��� ���:���--."v\���������..���  1 '.   X   '       ' i ' ' ( ��� . . ���  ^iitH,,./,'! r'���vj(��j eft-  1(1' -\  ffHE    PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Vta?  oap  :'.<-.v  Ifcrar Pride in Fine Damask  ���in gleaming silver and china���in the sparkle and absolute  cleanliness  of all table appointments���is best fostered by    ,  the use of Sunlight Soap. ' *  It makes linen as white as driven snow���and never harms  a thread of the finest fabric ever loomed. For washing  silver and china nothing else can compare.  A $5,000 guarantee says there is nothing in Sunlight  which should not be there���and the kind way it  treats your hands is another proof of its purity.  Sold hy all  grocers  J  136  Dr.EE. Griffith  Dentist  t X  I  Reasonable Prices.  Examination Free.  What Do You Know?  Bank Block, Phoenix  i.-x!   i  i'';L - J"  r^f* L   *    *t  -1. >  !<*X'  MILK AND; CREAM  Never mind how strong: you are  What do you know ? The man who  knows is always wanted. He never  has to search the country for a job,  Get  busy,   man,  and  get   to know  something���for your own sake, for your  old folks sake, for your wife and kiddies  sake.   They are all looking for you to  make good. N  Do it, then.  The I. C. S. can help you, if you have  grit to dig in.  Mail the Coupon below today as a request for free information.  Do it now,  Coupon  B. C. Agency, International Correspon  , dence Schools, Box 25.  ^       v' Grand Forks, B. C<   ' *,  ^^J5^^J��^���e^��^'no5w I ����ay acquire  Local and General  \ Monday night to attend the donee at  the Motherlode mine.  Tho ever increasing demand for our  high'-grado milk and cream makes it  necessary that you should order  ahead.   Hannam���"Tho Dairy."  A. O. Johnson went down to Christina lake last Saturday in his car, and  took with him Miss Elmgron, B. En-  gen, M. McGeer and "Happy" Murray.  A. D. McKenzie and E. A. Black  were over to Richter's Pass, about 00  miles west of here the first of the  week. Mr. McKenzie has a ranch lo-  cuted at that place.  For Sale���Hatching eggs, Wyan-  dottes, Minorcas, White Leghorns,  Brown Leghorns, Indian Runner  ducks and Pekin ducks. Apply at  ranch.   Robt. Forshaw.  Mrs".  Pickthall aud daughter,   Lil-  II Han, left yesterday for Ironwood,  Michigan, where they w\\\ make their  home. A largo crowd was at the  depot to bid them good-bye.  Rev. J. R. Munro   went   over to  Rossland yesterday  to attend a  fare  well in honor of the Rev.  S.  If. Sar-  kissian, the Presbyterian  minister of  that city who is resigning his position  Mrs.  Colin  A.  Campbell   left   last  Saturday, by   the O.   P.   R.  for Port  Hood, Inverness county, Nova Scotia,  to her  old home  to  visit .with   her  mother and relatives for a time.   John  Campbell her brother-in-law,   accompanied her. <  B.   Urisn,   representing   the  International Correspondence Schools, was  in  town yesterday.     Mr.   Urisn,   al  though one of the youngest  represen  tatives of the  school, is an  indefatigable worker and is building up an  excellent business in   the Boundary and  Kootenay.  Adolph Sercu,' better known as  "Forepaw," left Wednesday for Cedar  Creek, on the main line of the Kettle  river,  for the  purpose of doing   as  Oven is a wonderful baker.  That's because  the heat flues completely encircle it.  aHjuijfe  satisfies   the   most  exacting  _        cook on every point. Let the  McClary dealer demonstrate the fact.        ���  Soby Morrin-Thompson & Oo.  PRUGS,D��PGGIST'S SUNDRIES, HIGH-CLASS  STATIONERY, PERFUMEjS, CONFECTIONERY  **���" "" * ��� ������     ���  Agent for the famous Nyal and Na-Dru-Co Preparations.  T.'S. QUANCE  PHOENIX, B. C.  'later" never comes.  W. H. Banbury is in town from the  Jewel mine.  'Doc"   Walker   left   Tuesday   fori  Spokane. sesemenc   on   his   group   of   claims,  Wm.  Biner spent last Sunday at fe^Ki��� 3WW* Kin�� l��lo���OD>  Republic, Wash. S��� King' B,�� ����P��* and Big Cop-  tit,     T ���.      , , ���        ���       Pcr Fraction.   He states that he has a  Mrs. James Weirreturned Thursday  lead of 12 feet of zinc on  the forepaw  from, Vancouver. *      claim.   The other properties run prin-  Mrs. Albert Biner is home from her J cipally to copper and silver  visit to California. - c. W. Mitchell, who is in  charge of  Geo.  Mattocks   spent   Wednesday   the diamond drill work for the B. C.  Copper company, came up from Spokane this week in his uew Mate car.  Thc car attracted considerable attention here on account of its diminutive  size. It is both low and narrow and  is built to carry two passengers tandem. , Small as the car is,it seems to  meet, aU vrequireiuente,;r and-. \a#,,?a  down at Grand Forks.  Services were held  at the Catholic  church here'last Sunday.  .Robt.  Agnew and  Thos. MacNeill  left Tuesday for Princeton.       '  Roy Turner and wife returned from  Republic, JWash., Tuesday.,;.    \   >  ^^^WeafealL timi��;W;abundaii��'  wWrr  1W5?  S^f' &F  $m  The PHOENIX E>AIRY  W. A. McKay & Sons, Props.  Steani'jEnjjfiHjoriiiK'  lBuildingA smi" Contracting.       "  .Mechanical  Drawing  Drafting-  AutontoMle "Running  Mining Engineering  Mine Foreman  Metal Prospecting  Surveying  THE PHOENIX GARAGE  STRUTZEL &  HOWER,  PROPS.  KNOB   HILL   AVENUE  Agents for Goodyear Tires, Casings, Inner Tubes  Vulcanizing'^-  A.full line of accessories, including Gasoline at very  reasonable Prices.  . 4  " r 3 ����-'iV  CITY OF PHOENIX  Notice to Contractors  NOTICE  Public Notice is hereby given that the J  Sealed   tenders   addressed   to - the  , rublicJStotice is hereby given that the! ',*Jciei5iS-n^d    *iU    *>'e   received  until I    n^r  first sitting of the annual Co��� t of Re-   5 p'"*' on Sat.uday, June 6th. 1014 fori. D��*  Vision for revising, correcting and hear-/ a" ttPPioximate 900 yard fill on   Knob I suPPly of milk  Kad^^^^^^ and 5th.  S.t., I McE*ar's Dair^  fcaTiotp consult ate. eye specialist  .-'Don't forget the, footbaUmatchlSun-  day afternoon at 5:30   on   the   bail  grounds.  Thos. Roderick left Wednesday for  ifedley to do assessment work on his  claims.  For RenfcrrFour roomed furnished  house on Brooklyn avenue. Apply to  Geo. .Evans.  Don't be afraid to ask for an addi-  and  cream  'to*{^oenixin W^minut^*''w{tbouVdp'  parent difficulty.'   ',l'   '"   <-*-���" *'-' '"-  as made by the Assessor* for the" year  1?1f r will be held at the City hall, Phoenix, B.C.", on Wednesday,, the 24th day  of June, 191,4, at 10 a.m.   ' *  ,   yf.X. Perkins/ City Clerk.  l>    Dated at Phoenix, B.C.,  May 8th', 1914! .  m t  *\  .��- ���* ���  The StpatKcona Hotel  NELSON, B.C,  Steam Heated Throughout  The Finest-Accommodation for  the Travelling Public.  C.P.R..HiU  Plans, specifications and nature of  contract can be seen on application at  City Hall. W. X. Perkins,  City Clerk.  Steel Cells for Lock-Up  The steel cells for the new lockup  are expected to   arrive   here   today,  and they vvili be installed next week.  In fact the end   of next   week   will  probably see the  entire  completion  of   the   building:.     F.    H.   Calnan,  who has had   the   work   in   charge,  is  leaving   today  Tires inflated Without Charge.  *'v  *m  Morris, Props.  LAND ACT  ro tit /-��.D ��� f" "-"'���"��   ".-v^jr   for  his   home in  W M OBnen,wife and daughter,   Vancouver.     He   left   two   men to  left yesterday for their ranch   near 1 *   ��.���.    ��� ^    Cl1 -lwo   men to  -   ���       ��� ai' complete the job.  PIPES, CIGARS, TOBACCOS, CIGARETTES  BEST BRANDS ALWAYS ON HAND.  Special Line of the Famous Haid Chocolates  Smokers' Supplies.       Soft Drinks  DININGROOM    SERVICE         UNEXCELLED.  Nine Well-Lighted  Sampierooms.  Phone 12  JAS.  MARSHALL,  PROP.  Similkameen Land District  District of Yale.  TAKE NOTICE that I, David Lawrence ^McElroy, of Phoenix in *Y/ale  District, by occupation a rancher, intend to apply for permission to purchase 80 acres of land bounded as follows:���Commencing at a post planted  at the South West corner of Lot  1902S; 'thence North 40 chains: thence  uest 20 chains; thence South 40  chains; thence East 20 chains.  David Lawrence McElroy,  Dated 23rd March,' 1914.  1^-.       *"aI I*vep  Simulation  [SOLD WAT6H FREE.  otttT*'tS!"onnta -mwrons  firm ��"? m "trtlfalieil  v��Li.��� ��. aro. '���M'��' "way  Wotcboa   to   Uioasantfa    o'  world na a hu ��  odTOrtliiomeiit. Now  '" fa' chanoo to  obtain ono Write  now, cnoloslna ��j  conts for ono of our  fiMhlonoMo Iiadlos"  Jjon* Guarib. or  Oentn- Alberta. 8ont  cnrrlnBo i,ld to woar  vItli tho watch, wWch  ���j���    t*   1 ho,,    Pron  ehoilrt jnu Uko ail  "o-n offer. We oxpoot yon to'fSi0of"'ra"rv"1  i*��it tn una shoW thorn ��>,�� ����U .*;?u.r f,','nd��  n(nt think this oeS to? rod  &   ^"f"J.   ���*  I ass?(DtoU" '��� * c"'-'���� ���^^nKrs'.!  FOR SALE.  , EGGS FOR HATCHING���from  my great laying Pen of S. C. White  Leghorns.  $2.00 Per Setting.  F. J. Harbinsqn, Phoenix, B.C  n.  Church Services  ftl. John's Ohuroh-Simdays: Holy  Communion, Sa.tr,.; Matins, 10.30 a.m.-  Holy Communion and sermon, 11 a n, ���  hmiduy school, 3 p.111>; Evening ser'  v.cc, 7 30. Week days: Matins 7.30-  Rvensong, 7.30.  The stated services in the Catholic  <-nuch are as follows: First and third  ���Sundays in Ihe month. Mass at 10  ��i.m.,    Sunday  School    at   2.30   nln .  I'all ei C. Pelletier, pastor. i  ^Wyhuicl, (^esbyt.rian)   ^^oXU't^^r *rS  -S,.rVIce   Sunday ,���.xt,  June 13, at  motorcycle races. ^  Ji ���*��� in , .Sunday  school at 2 ��,ni     All       o���if,. ..  welcome    J*pv   r  i? vr l'.      A11      Viuite a number  come. ,Kev. J. R. Munro, minister, j went from   here  Curlew, Wash  James Cochrane is on the program  for a song at the Miners' Union Opera  house tonight.  Fred Weir has returned from  Anyox, wnere he has been for the  past month or more.  Frank McDonald has purchased'a  new Ford oar through E. A. Black,  the local representative.  D. J. Darraugh was in last Sunday  from Hale, where he is in charge of  a government road gang.  Why grouch! Try an ad in the  Pioneer and get the people acquainted  with your class of goods. <  Mrs. Wm. Brewer loft Thursday for  Ooeur d'Alene, Idaho, where she will  spend the next two months.  Wm. Pierce was at Prince Rupert  this week attending the annual session  of the Masonic grand lodge.  The Oliver Typewriter has won international fame as the perfect writing  machine for every line of business. .  JSt^?enix baseba�� tean: will play  ���?��8J;,na J**6  at   the   Picnic  on  July 22nd, and at Republic, Wash., on  July 4th.  James McGregor,  mining inspeetor  for the district, spent a few days- ofJ  the week in   the Phoenix  camp   on  official business.  D J. Matheson, N. J. Carson. James  overr l^u ^  M- "^stock were  22L ��      �� LakG thG ^^ne of the  week on a fishing trip.  I 'J. E. Thompson returned the first of  the week from a trip through the  Okanogan country in the interest of  the Overland automobile.  Miss Morfydd Bateman   spent the  and took ��f?eIeekat   G-'d ForS  rental �� *���?' ��� Pr0f> ^ V��ner's piano  1 ecital Monday evening. ,  Cha iko  Mika celebiaticn  Daily Trains Again  Daily trains are again running on  the C. P. R. line into the Boundary  between Nelson and Midway. The  tri-weekly service was operated for  less than a week, and it is believed  that the pressure brought to bear  had the desired affect in bringing  the railway company to time. |   *              ,1  Leaving for England  Mrs. Geo. Stanfield, wife of Provincial Constable Stanfield, is leaving- today for Staffordshire, England, where she will remain until  October. Mr. Stanfield, who is  taking his holidays, will accompany  her as far as Calgary. He will  then go to Edmonton, where he will  remain about two weeks.  Boundary Football Schedule  May  1���Grand Forks at Mother Lode  "   10*���Mother Lode at Greenwood.  "  18���Phoenix at Grand Forks.  "  17���Greenwood at Phoenix.  " 20���Grand Forks at Phoenix.  "  27���Mother Lode at Grand Forks.  June  7���Greenwood at Mother Lode.  11���Grand Forks at Greenwood.  14���Mother Lode at Phoenix.  21���Phoenix at Greenwood.  24���Greenwood at Grand Forks.  28���Phoenix at Mother Lode.  ENGLISH BILLIARDS,   POOL,   BOWLING ALLEYS  THE. MINERS'  UNION  OPERA   HOUSE  Saturday, June 13  six  REELS=  =SIX  1. "Expensive Drink"  2. "Why Qranddaddy Went to Sea"  3-4-5   Zukon, the Social Pirate"���  A Wonderful Three-Reel Feature.  6,   "Billy In Armour"  7...  "Cochrane, the Popular Phoenix Singer,"  will sing.one of his favorite songs on Saturday night.  ADMISSION  -     10c. and 15c.  FOR SALE  The Porter Residence on Brooklyn  Ave., including Stable and two big  lot��, all fenced���for $700; one half  down, balance to suit.  D. J. MATHESON,  fcf- Agent.  of Pho.enix  people  by auto, mobile last  Great Bargain  ;': Ten acres of choice fruit land on the  beautiful Arrow Lakes. Suitable for  poultry or fruit ranch; easily cleared;  lake frontage. Will be sold at a sacrifice, if taken at once. Apply Box 133,  Phoenix. i  The Best is None too  Good for YOU S  More work turned out  Less effort required  The easy stroke  The automatic way  Better results       Printype  More durability Simplicity  Comfort for all.  Easy Payments,  G. KAY   (agent)   Phoenix


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