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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jun 6, 1914

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 tJS;  ���SjSSSS  ^i  H"'"^<#  ��� 1*'    ��t'  >  i'.rfU'N*'-'"  r.  :' "yM~\*^  fj*-'*',   .  &M-  11  The Itti'gosi coppfir mines in  the'Dominion are situated  at Phoenix. The Granby  Oo. employs 600 men, and  has. a monthly pay roll of  over $50,000, while the Rawhide pay.roll is $18,000.  - r     v iv ���  Devoted to the interests of the Boundary Mining District  mmanmamat^aaawm^i^^Hniaaammaae^aaimmammam^maaamaammmmmammmaaWammamtm  .The PiaoBKix*.^oiraatK" ia  '��_published, in the 'highest  municipality In Canadsvr-"  altitude, 4.80Q ft. Thv eitrjr  has a population of 1,50��,  and possesses first-class  hotels, opera house, schools  * *  FIFTEENTH YEAR  PHOENIX, B.C., SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1914  '."BEBS  BLASTING ACCIDENT  AT GOLD DROP MINE  Edof A. Johnson Killed Outright,  and James Logan Seriously  Injured.  In a_ blasting- accident at the  Gold Drop mine here Tuesday Edof  Johnson was killed outright, and  James Logan was very severely injured. Johnson's body was b^dly  mangled. Logan     was    injured  severely about the head and face.  One eye is probably destroyed,  but there is a chance of saving the  sight of the other. Dr. Millar took  him to Spoka.ie Wednesday and  placed him under the care of an eye  specialist.  The men had loaded a' round of  holes and spit the fuse, but in the  reports that followed they found  that one of the holes failed to go off.  They waited a considerable length  of time and then went back with the  expectation of finding a missed hole.  Just as they got back the shot went  off.  Johnson leaves a wife and four  children. He was 39 years of age  and was born in Sweden. 'Logan i*.  about 24 years of age and unmarried. Both men belong to the  Phoenix Miners' Union, and Johnson was also a member of the  Scandinavian Aid and Fellowship  Society. The funeral of Johnson  was held Thursday afternoon- under  the auspices of the two organizations. Interment was in the Phoe-  -nix cemetery, and tbe service was  conducted by Rev. J. R. Munro of  the Presbyterian church.  Grand Picnic June 22nd  A mammoth picnic and joint celebration of tbe Fraternal   Order  of  Eagles  and   the  Scandinavian  Aid  and Fellowship Society will be held  at Christina lake on   Monday,   June  22nd.    There will be dancing in the  pavillion, the music to be furnished  by the Ironsides seven piece orchestra of Phoenix.     There will also be  a good   line of  aquatic   and   Caledonian   sports,   including  a   tug of  war for the championship of British  Columbia.    Addresses will be made  by  Ernest   Miller,   M. P P.   for  the  Grand   Forks   riding,    and by J. E.  Thompson of  Phoenix.      A   special  train will be run from Phoenix, and  large   crowds   are    expected    from  Greenwood,   Grand  Forks,   Nelson  and other places.  Committee in charge���Emi! Carlson, A. O. Johnson, H. Sewall,  Algot Larson, John Morrison, H.  Swanson, Nick Radock, Danny  Deane, GeS. W. McAuliffe and A.  H. McPherson.  Nvmbbr 47  Mining Notes of British Columbia  I. O. O. F. Grand Lodge  Battle of Bannockburn  ��� ,���.�� CarcTbf Thanks  .,  ."��������  /.-V- *���.����������� o -,^      *'   '  I desire-to express my sincere  thanks to the Scandinavian Aid and  Fellowship Society, _the Miners'  Union and to the many friends and  neighbors for their sympathy and  aid during my recent bereavement.  ' Mrs. Adof Johnson.  As yet no oil sharks have arrived.  Preparation is under.way for the  picnic which will be held at Phoenix on Wednesday, June' 24th, to  commemorate the six hundredth  anniversary of the battle of Bannockburn. In the neighborhood of  'Bannockburn, a village in Scotland  on the Banoock river, a branch of  the Forth, on the 24th of June,  1314, was fought the memorable  battle which secured the independence of Scotland, and established  Bruce upon the throne. In 1871 the  population of Bannockburn was  2,564, principally employed in the  manufacture of (.weeds and carpets,  Near We*^fo**hi^.,af? tr^mebtr of��he  ��!bore /stone"'.m ^wtoich'j''the '.'royal  standard"was' ^placed Jis*,still   to/ be  seen ' *   ''-   �����   The Empress of Ireland is lying  in 20 fathoms of water. The distance from Father Point to the  wreck is seven miles, and three  miles from shore. Bubbles are  constantly ascending- The bot-j  torn on which she lies is   soft   clay  W. R. Will has commenced development on the Capella group,  Goat Mountain, out of which the  richest can of ore .shipped from the  Slocan was taken, the car giving  returns of nearly. $10,000.  The B. C. Copper Co., now have  11,000,000 tons of positive ore  blocked on Copper Mountain. Two  more drills will be put at work and  an increase in workingmen to speedily bring the positive ore up to 20,-  000,000 tons.  Wm. Thomlinson, of Silverton  has gone to Vancouver. He has  received an appointment from the  Dominion, government to secure  specimens of minerals of the province for the Panama Exposition it  San Francisco. "~^*  A body of ore 24 ft. wide by 30 ft.  high has been reached on the No. 6  level of the Queen mine at Salmo,  according to E. V. Buckley, manager of the mine. The body is of  high grade-ore and Mr. Buckley is  very pleased with the strike, which  is at present being worked.  Work in the Utica mine near  Kaslo has been suspended' for a  short time while the wagon road, to  the mine is being repaired and other  work necessary to expediate shipping is being conducted, according  .to C. F. Caldwell, of Kaslo. Mr,  Caldwell expects everything to be  ready so that shipping can be commenced about June 10.  Considerable' interest has been  aroused by the discovery of free  milling ore in the   1200-foot level of  Next week will be  a  the War Eagie mine.   Although tbe  few carloads of zinc ore to an' eastern zinc smelter for the purpose of  experiment, with a view to larger  shipments later on if this proves  practical. He expects to put one or  two teams to hauling lead ore for  shipment to Trail, soon.  On the Silver Standard mine at  Hazelton, the shaft das been sunk  to the three hundred and seventy-  one foot level and.now a drift north  and south of the shaft is being run.  After drifting a short distance a  cross cut the vein will be run to  open the ore bodies at the low level.  Anothr tunnel is being run to open  up the No. 1. The tunnel sight is  on the new wagon road.  Charles A. Banks, manager of the  Jewel mine at Greenwood and representative of the English company  owning the Idaho-Alama mines,  with Mrs. Banks, has been in New  Denver for the past week. Mr.  Banks has been inspecting the are representing  Idaho-Alamo with a view to resum- Lodge No. 17  ing operations there in the near  future. The property was last  worked under a lease by a Spokane  company and closed down last  November.  The B. C Copper company is  making preparation for an aggressive policy, which will include the  equipment of the Eureka mine east  of Nelson, and the equipment with  plant and concentrator at Princess  Camp in the Similkameen, thus ensuring new sources of ore supply  for the company's smelter at Greenwood. The company has also had  new propertiesin Kamloops andother  memorable  one in the history of Odd Fellowship in   British   Columbia.     It will  mark- the,fiftieth anniversary of  the  institution of the order in this province,   and   the   event  will   be  celebrated in the city of Victoria  oov a  most elaborate * scale.    The regular  annual grand lodge session   proper  does not open   until   next   Wednesday, but'on Monday the  Patriarchs  Militant will hold their   department  council, and   on   Tuesday   the   Rebekah   Assembly will  go   into  session.    On Wednesday there will be  a grand parade, and "k   mass   meeting and   welcoming  service   in   the  Royal Victoria theater/   The speakers   will  include   Sir   Richard  McBride,  Mayor  Stewart   and   F.   E.  Simpson, a past grand   master, formerly of Cranbrook.  J. C.  Tait   and John   Mackenzie  of Phoenix are at Victoria representing Snowshoe-Lodge No. 46.   Mrs.  O. D. Bush  aud Mrs. Evan Owens  Phoenix   Rebekah  STOCKHOLDERS FORM  PROTECTIVE ALLIANCE  B. C. Copper Shareholders Create  a Fund of Two Cents a Share  for Protection.  Tri-Weekly Service  Contrary to first reports and to  expectations the C. P. R. cut down  if- service on the Nelson-Midway  run this week from a daily train to  a tri-weekly service. The train  under the new schedule leaves Nel-,  so1, for Midway on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and the 'return trip from Midway to Nelson is  made on- .Tuesdays, Thursdays and  Saturdays.      The   mail" service  to  Stockholders of the  British Columbia Copper company- who have  elected not to exchange their shares  for those  of the Canadian Copper  company, are organizing to .'protect  their rights.     A  circular letter has  been  sent  to  the  shareholders announcing that the committee is calling for a  voluntary assessment of  two cents a share to create a  fund  to  put  the  organization on a  permanent basis.  The circular says:  "The purposes of the alliance arc  to promote and safeguard the stockholders who'have not   deserted  th��  British Columbia  Copper  Co.,    for  the Canada Copper corporation;   to  unite the vote .of the  members   on ���.  any matters that may come  before  the stockholders'   meetings;  to devise  ways  and  means  to properly  protect the interests  of the British  Columbia stockholders, and to  demand that they have equal rights in  the distribution   of future earnings  of the  company  with   those    who  have associated themselves with the  Canada corporation."  "It will not be the policy of the  alliance to attack or antagonize the  administration or embarrass it in any  way in its efforts to advance the interests of the company. On the con*  trary, it is the intention of the asso-  A  Phoenix ^and   the  other    Boundary  towns has not been  affected, as the|ciation to co 0Perat�� with.and  sup  C. P. R. mail on the alternate days  Port tbe management in all its - en  ^^f'ZV^ZJJ,  which they   are'entitleir.*  Commercial.  Bricks  The Big Store  Today we offer you at right prices-  Strawberries,  Tomatoes,  Young Onions,  Young Radishes,  Lettuce  Green Peas,  Asparagus,  Water Cress,  Radishes, ,  New Potatoes,  etc., etc., etc.  The      latest     information    from   and James Cronin, ha]s produced up I railway commission.  Granby Bay is that the new smelter  to date over  $12,000,000  in  silver]  '- ������ f  of the Granby Consolidated Mining and lead. For several years it pro- j Last year the birth and death rate  & Smelting company is doing better duced three-fourths of the lead out_jia Greenwood, exceeded Grand  work   than   was   expected.       Costs   put    of   fcanada.       Then    the    ore|Forks-        During   the   same period J  are   now   getting   lower   all-around /bodies   apparently   diminished,   and/ the, Forks^ had four  more marriages/successfully    used  than ahe    original   estimates,    ,and/the   property   was   practically   shut /thao Greenwood. j small building's.  smelting is being operated  with   re-j down.     Again new ore shoots  have j  markable   efficiency^ the   fuel   con-I been found and   spme   35   men   are I  sumption   being   only   0.4   tons    of (employed, and  the   canrp^ which   at/  -Btt-rtoti*-  WW  made of pent  are   being  ia   Sweden   for  coke per ton of ore.  W. R. Salisbury has one team  hauling ore from the^, Hudson Bay  mine again and intends  shipping   a  one time was amongst the richest  and most prosperous in the west,  gives promise of again coming back  to its former state.      ��  Bachelors Made Good  PLEASE ORDER EARLY.  Wednesday evening the bachelors  of Phoenix maintained their splendid  reputation as hosts, the occasion  being the holding of their annual  ball. The Miners' Union hall was  the scene of the festivities. The  attendance was a record breaker,  there being fully 200 people present.  An orchestra of nine pieces supplied  the best of music. It was made up  of Albert Biner, Chas. Olson and  Chas. McKay, violins; Mrs. Knight  and Miss Elmgren, piano; Frank  Ohman, cornet; Al Almstrom,  clarinet; Fred Carlson, trombone,  and E. Engen, drums. Many cities  of ten thousand of a population can  not boast of a better orchestra than  Phoenix has. At midnight bachelors in white coats and aprons  served the ice cream and cake, and  Charles Hufty saw that the thirsty  were well supplied with circus  lemonade.      Everyone  had   a good  time.  The   bachelors  wish   to thank all  those ladies who   so   kindly   contributed cakes for the luncheon.  iorriii, Thompson & Co,  New Lock-Up  A plumber and an electrician  of Vancouver are here and at work  on the new lock-up. The lathing  and plastering work is well in hand.  It will^-nbt now be long until the  building will be ready to be occupied, probably by the end of this  month.  Hindus on Hunger Strike  Affairs on the steamer Komagata  Maru at Vancouver are now ablaze.  In the last few days provisions have  been running short. The crew of  the ship, of course, has abundant  supplied, but the Hindu passengers,  it is said, have been put on short  rations lately.  It is said they have no money left  to buy fresh stores and it is reported that the master of the vessel and  the agents are unwilling to  furnish  them.  With this condition of affairs staring them in the face, Gurdit Singh  and his followers held a meeting  and decided to go on a hunger  strike. The statement has been  made that the Hindus on board ha've  had nothing, to eat for two days except the fishthey catch.  Gurdit Singh has sent telegrams  ashore which were despatched. ���  They were addressed to the King,!  the governor-general and the vice-;  roy of India, stating that the Hin-j  dus were starving and asking for,  help. A hunger strike will provide j  the immigration officials with aj  great deal of trouble. They can-j  not be allowed to starve, and forci- j  bly feeding them would be out of;  the question.    - j  'Phone 56  P. O. Box 309,  mo.  B ;-  Street cars run by  to-s have proved successful  rcia, the capital of the native sta e  ol India. They are noted for be'n g  bcth rapid and cheap.  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 VEGETAB  Fresh Arrivals Every Day  Strawberries        Rhubarb        Green Onions  Radishes Cucumbers '  Lettuce  Fancy Tomatoes       Spinach Asparagus  Cabbage, Oranges and Bananas.  66  The Store of Quality'  3C  3G  H3=a'e��.l  K- !.,'v";  &>:  \ii  Brt*o*M*iii.  ��� .1'   i  >."���..y^j:v-iA'\r^y-'- '���  ^m  A, *  TJffE   PIONEER,    FHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  GILLETT'S LYE  EATS DIRT  i;  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  *-        issued weekly  at Phoenix, British Columbia  Subscription, 2.00 per year      '  ,   2.50 to United States.  G. Kay, Publisher.  Suez canal, practically governs the  country through which . it passes; and allows the business and the  concern to be run from Paris, uses  the ditch more' than anyone else,  and employs nothing but French  pilots  and takes his   dividends in  francs.  ��� ���  The $10 minmum_ wage for  women employed in any mercantile  establishment in the state of Washington goes into effect June 27,  after which date it will be unlawful  for a proprietor of a mercantile establishment to employ a women at  less wage, unless she has been issued a special license, by the Industrial Welfare Commission to work  as an apprentice. . The new law is  an excellent one'.  Tried to Save Wife  ADVERTISING SCALE  AppHcuUon for Liquor Licence (30 days) ..$5.00  Aprliontion tor Transfer of Licence $7.60  , Certificate of Improvement notice (60 days) $7.60  Application to Purchase Land notices (00 days)   .' $7.60  Delinquent Co-owner notices (90 days) ���$10.00  Small Water Notices (90 days) $7.60  Delinquent Co-Ownership notices 90 days $26.00  Duplicate Certificate of Titlo notices....'. .$8.00  Cards'of Thasks, 60 cents. _,  All other legal advertising, 12 cents a lino,  single column, for the first'insertion; and 8  cents a line for each subsequent insertion, non-  par-ell measurement.  Display,ads $1.JOO per inch, single  column, per month. Transient ads.  60c. per inch, pec issue; subsequent insertions, 35c. per inch.  . Trail has no less than 22 cups  in  her     trophy    collection-   'Hockey,  curling,   football,    tennis,    poultry  and rifle shooting are all represented  in the   bunch.  , The   McBride   and  Nelson Daily News  cups  loom  up  conspicuously in the  picture   which  adorns the front  page of  the  Trail  News'.    The'last two  cups  a  year  ago were the property of Phoenix.  Trail has a good   bunch   of sports,  and they'won all of this" silverware  by clean and honorable methods.  Among the most noted passengers on boaJd the ill-fated Empress  of Ireland were Lawrence Irving,  the   famous   actor,   and   his    wife.  F. E. Abbott of Toronto said he  first saw Irving in the passage. He  was placing 'a life preserver on his  wife, and then he practically carried  her upstairs. I asked if I could  help, and Irving said, "Look after  yourself first, old man, but God  bless you all the same."  Abbott 'said he left the two, man  and wife, struggling. Abbott got  on deck and dived overboard. He  caught hold of a piece' of timber  and then looked around. Irving by  this time was on the deck. He was  kissing his wife, and as the ship  went down they were clasped in  each other's arms.  Oh, That Way  It's such a silly superstition to  be always picking up pins!  You may call it superstition if you  wish, but I know a chap who makes  about $6 a week by doing it.  How can a fellow gather that  ma,ny?       f    .  He   works  in   a bowling alley.���  Judge-  ' For giving the face a good color  get one pot of rouge and one rabbit's foot. Bury them two miles  from home, and walk out and back  once a day to see that they are still  there.���Medical Journal.  For making quickly and perfectly, delicious hot biscuits,'  hot breads, cake and pastry  there is no substitute for  ore: am  The Ruling Passion  Saturday, June 6,  1914.  A"  .4-  It is said that since the oil discovery, Calgary girls do not object  to being called "gushers."  "Yes," said the specialist as he  stood at the bedside of the rich purchasing agent, "I am sure I can  cure you."  "What will it cost?" asked the  sick man faintly.  "Ninety-five dollars."  "You'll' have to shade your price  a little," replied the purchasing  agent, "I have a better bid than  that from the undertaker."  Popularity of Beer  To decide a bet and prove the  popularity of their goods, three beer  merchants at Winnipeg were allowed to investigate the contents of  the grub baskets of a lodge picnic.  Sixty of the men had Val Blatz beer  in the baskets, twenty of them had  Anheuser-Busch, and all of the  women    had    Schlitz.���Revelstoke  Review.  .     *      <*  Wanted to Be Sure  King Ed ward Lodge  No. 36, A.F. and A.M.  Regular communication at 8  p.m.  Second Thursday of  each .month,  emergent meetings as called; Masonic  Half, McHale Block.  John Finray, Jk.,  Secy.  W.  J. PlBBOB,  W.M.  '     The fool at the wheel of the automobile is a full brother to the  fool j  who    rocks   the ./boat.���Louisville  Courier-Journal.''" ,  What .Constitutes Luck  An Irishman walked into a hotel  and noticed two men fighting at the  far end of the room. Leaning over  the bar, he earnestly 'inquired of the  bartender: "Is it a private affair,  or can any one git into it?"  ���  Coming Events  I. O. O. F.  Snowshoe Loxlge  No. 46   J.  Meets every Monday Evening at  Miners' Hall. Visiting brothren1 cordially invited.  A. L. MKinnon, Noble Grand.  Wm. Oxley, Pin. Secy.  E. E, Barnes, Rec. Secy.  MADE FROM GRAPES  Sixty Years th�� Standard  Daughters of Rebekah  'Phoenix Lodge No. 17  Meets in   tho  Minors'   Union   Lodgo  Hall First and Third Wednesdays.  Mrs. *E. E. Barnes, Noble Grand  Mrs. A. D. McKenzie, Secretary.  It seems that an ��� unsinkable  ship  can.be built -all Tight  enough, but  Luck means rising at 6 o'clock in  the morning. ,  Living  on   a  dollar a day if you  earn two.  -   Minding, your, own   business   and  not meddling  with' other people's.  '= * T.iif>lc> ���,. rnpnns. ��nnnnrtiimtiei��1,"Vou  '���yk'-'M''-: S'Luck ymeans. >opportunetiee'Vyou  ^^,~���^���^i������  a$ft33* l>%-^^Ye^\faHed^o'%rasp.<^The ,fe!:W >&���,���-������..->W-;-%  Eagle-Scandinavian Brotherhood  Picnic, at Christina Lake, Monday,  June 22nd.  Bannockburn Anniversary Picnic,  Phoenix, June 24th.  Odd Fellows' Grand Lodge Victoria, June 10th.  ' Chahko Mika celebration Nelson,  July 13 to 18. ,  ^.Spokane Interstate Fair, September 12 to 20.  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES  Empress of Ireland  One thousand and thirty-two persons lost their lives when the  limpress of Ireland was rammed  and 'sunk in the St. Lawrence.  Figures made public by the C.P.R.  owners of the lost boat, showed  that of the 1,387 persons on board,  355 were rescued, as follows: First  cabin passengers, 18; second and  third cabins, 131; crew 206.  When the ship sailed she carried  87 first-class passengers, 153 second, and 715 third,  and   a crew   of  432. The wrecked vessel carried  one of the largest mails sent from  Canada to Great Britain this year  and even should the vessel be raised  this will be a total loss. The mail  included a very large amount of registered matter, much of it doubtless of a very valuable character,  and it will be some days before a  full report can be made out on this  portion of the consignment. None  of the mail is insured. In the  cargo was $1,000,000 in silver bars  being shipped from Cobalt to England.  ihave^ never ..fail ";"to.;<:atcK.  An attempt was made to blow up   SUMMER SKIN TROUBLES  the brewery at Blairmore last week,  and this just at   the   beginning   off    Sunburn, blistering, and irritation are  the hot   weather.     Surely   the   per_   the commonest ifonn of summer akin  r , .    _     ... / trouble, and Zam-Buk  ends these -very  petracorsofthu fiendish   act   never J qui-cb,y    Jt worka fn   two ^    Ag  kqewwbatit was   to   have   a   beer I soon as applied,  its antiseptic powers  thirst. ' j set to work and kill all the poison in a  wound, a sting or a sore. This generally ends the smarting,'and the pain.  Then Zam-Buk begins the healing process, and fresh healthy'tissue is built  up. For sore, blistered feet, sore  hai\ds, heat rashes, baby.'s heat spots,  sore placeB due to perspiration, etc.,  you can't equal Zam-Buk. It also cures  cuts, ulcers, abcesses, piles and all inflamed and diseased, conditions of skin  and subjacent tissue. Druggists * and  stores everywhere sell Zam-Buk 60c.  per box. Use Zam-Buk soap also, 25c.  per tablet. All stores, or Zam-Buk  Co., Toronto..  Phoenix Aerie No. 158-  Sleets in Union Hall, Friday Evenings.  Visiting brothers ore always welcome.  Dan Patterson, W. P.  T. R. Clarke, W. Secy.  K. of P. Lodge,  No. 28  Phoenix,  B.O.  The city council of Rossland   are  red hot after the   auto' speeders   in  , that city.    Eight miles  an  hour  is,  the   speed  limit  that   is  set,   and  four miles an hour  when   passing a  ^pedestrian. Of late the speed fiends  havo been traveling so fast in Rossland that at times the cars could be  ' heard, but scarcely seen.  f    Queer old stick is John Bull.    He  owns the controlling interest in   the  Meets-Tuesday Evening atv7.30.  Sojourning. _ brothers '".cordially - wel  corned. " ,   ; '        '     * ',''''  - , N. Davidson, C.' C."  E. E. Barnes, K. of R. S.  Travel East via The  Great Northern Railway  "        ,ANNOUNCEMENT  Summer Excursion Fares Commence June  1st. Final Limit October 31st.' Optional  Routes   and    Liberal   Stopover   Privileges.  New York $108.50     Montreal $105.00  Halifax    129.35     Twin Cities     60.00-  Philadelphia. ?.    108.50  J. V. INGRAM, Agent, Phoenix.  SPOKANE TO CHICAGO WITHOUT CHANGE  PYTHIAN SISTERS  ���Mountain Temple Lodfire No. 17 I  Meets in .Pythian Hall. Iiowor Town  Second and Fourth Thursdays.  Mrs. A. P. McKenzie \  M.R.C.  Smiling  ���'      'V    f  '%��''  C^MAbiAN  Reduced Fares �� Summer  X** ���'  Ik,/*  &*e,   y  ifoHi  *  'n'-A-K '  of 1914  KK ���  ft I  .���"Or  On sale June 1st to September 30th.  Final   Return  limit,  October   31st.  Winnipeg, $60.00 Montreal, $105.00  St. Paul - 60.00 St. John - 120.00  ��� 72.50 Halifax  ��� 129.35  ^      *���  92.00 New York 108.50  Chicago  Toronto,  greet the coming- of a case of  PHCENIX BEER  why?   .:  Because the Beer is so good  and wholesome it brings the  smile. ^  'PHONE 23  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  ���: LIMITED  OLIVER  TVpeWri"ter  WOOD  First-class  Fir ancl Tam-  arac Wood, $6.00 per cord  Pine Wood,  $5.00.per .cord.  Compartment Observation Cars, Electrjc Lighted  Standard Sleepers.  fi��i  lian Pacific Service"  . J. V. MURPHY,  DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT, NELSON, B. C.  a*-'-*.  |g y  ���*&'  ; i -  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,  Knot> Hill Ave;   '     Phoenix, B.C.  Is Interested and should know  about the .woridetful  MARVEL Whi/Iing Spray  '   Tho now Vaginal Springe. .Best  1 ^���Most conre'nlent.  it cleanse��  .Instantly.     Ask your  I druetfst ft^jt i   r  If he ca mot supply th��  MAKVjLaccept^o other.  but sen. istaMplfor l!lui~caied  book��� >aled   ItKurei full partle.  uUrff ao 1 dtrectidus fnvaluaole'to ladle*.  WINDSOR SVPTPVt CO.,  Windsor. Out. General Agents for (  The American Oliver Typewriter  turns out more work���of better  quality and greater variety���than  ariy 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 *  Manifoldinff-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'than'in. the purchase of this wonderful machine ?  For further information call'or write  G. KAY, Agent, Phoenix.  Fir and Tamarac, double cut,  per cord,'$7.00.  WOOD  DELIVERED  NOTICE.  ON   SHORT  'Phone B32  Robt. Forshaw  DRAYING  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders.      Phone A65  James G. McKeown  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories and in a portion of the  Province of British Columbia, may.be  leased for a term of tiwenty-one yeara  at an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,560 acres will be leased to  one applicant.  "Application I  by   the   applicant   in   person   to   the  .' Application for a lease must be made  Agent or Sub-Agent ��f 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 stakes out 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  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the fall quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If tho coal mining  rights are not being operated, such returns should be furnished at least once  a year.  The lease will include tho coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may be per- ���  mitted to purchase whatever available  surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at the rate of $10.00 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of tho 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  this advertisement will not be paid for.  DR. DeVAN'S FEMALE PILLS Shb^  medicine for all Fcmnlc Complaint. $5 a box,  or three for *10, at drup stores. Mailed to any  addre*3 on receipt of price. The Scobeli. Dru��  Co., St. Catharines, Ontario. ���  PH0SPM0N0L FOR mH^tvt^  for Nerve and Brain; increases "frrey matter ';  nTonic���will build yon up. $3a box,or two for  $5, at itrug stores, or byniail on receipt of price.  The Scobbu. Dutro 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  Car-pets.  ATR'AL. WILL CONVINCE  YOU.  RBOO STEAM LAUNDRY  Phone 50.   Dominion Ave.  r  V"  V  *������ I*:'"'!  i  s  ',��� i -1 ���  ������<  �����/  THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  Dizzy  Depressed  Mr*. Addle Curiainrar of  GedarSt., Cairo Jll., writme  Dr^ ft.' V. Pimrcn ae followet  "I nend 81 cents for your 'Common Senso Medical Advisor' for  ray daughter who has recently  married and I know tbe book will  be of much vnlao to her. I havo'  read and used for 25 years tho  valuable treatments contained  in tho TJedlcal .Adviser' and  havo taken many bottles of Dr.  Pierce's Favorite Prescription,  and have been restored to health  each timol used it, It is a grout  remedy for women as a strength  builder, fine for the nerves and  general health." I  TTS/'OMEN who are restless, witli  .T T constant change of position,''fidgetiness, who are abnormally excitable or who  experience fainting or dizzy spells, or nervous  headache and wakefulness are usually Bufferers  from the weaknesses of their sex.  DR. PIERCE'S  Favorite Prescription  ia the soothing, cordial and womanly tonic that  brings about an invigorating calm to the nervous  system. Overcomes the weakness and the dragging pains which resemble \the pains of rheumatism. Thousands of'women in the past forty'  years can bear witneaa to.its benefits.   . ���;  Your dealer in medicines sells It'in liquid or'sugar-  coated tablet form; or you can send CO one-cent stamps  for a trial bos of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription  tablets. AddresB Dr. R. V. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel  and Surgical Institute. Buffalo, N. Y.  IIIIIHIIIIIIIIHIilllllllllllllHIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII  Dr. Pierce's Pleasant .Pellet's Regulate and Invigorate  | Stomach, Lirer and Bowels, Sagar-Coated Tiny Grannies.  lUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIlllilllllllllllHI  Concentrates  \7  The  Queen's Hotel  COMPLETELY REFURNISHED AND REFITTED  *S  We beg to announce the reopening of the Queen's Hotel.   This  popular hotel has been completely refitted '.throughout;  everything new and .up-to-date.    Large lofty rooms,.  heated with hot water.    Perfect fire appliances.  Night and Day Service  Patrons of this hotel will  find in  it all  the comforts'ot home.  Perfect satisfaction is assured all our guests.     It is  the most centrally located hotel in town.  Bar Stocked with Best Wines. Liquors. Cigars  WALSH & HARTMAN, Props.  FIRST STREET AND KNOB HILL AVENUE  A  ���f  Your Milk Supply  Should come from healthy and vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  manner Separated Cream insures purity and  quality. The Dairy produces both.  Everything in Men's Wear  Clothing-  Underwear  Shirts  Shoes  Hats  Caps, etc.  Thos. Brown  "Everything: a\Man  Wears"  NEW ICE CREAM PARLOR  * '  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 DELIOAOY OF THE SUMMER SEASON-  CURLEW ICE CREAM.  TRY ONE.  Antonio Cervo    Stemwinder Building-  THE BUTTE HOTEL  Bar Stocked with the Finest of Italian Wines.  Best Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  STEAM HEATED THROUGHOUT.  LUCIANI & VICHARY, PROPS.  THE KNOB  HILL HOTEL  A. O. Johnson, Prop.  First-Class Accommodation for Miners  FINEST OF W  TIES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN STOCK.  'PHONE 72. YOUR  PATRONAGE SOLICITED.  A motorcycle club , has been organized in Nelson.  Nine thousand Scotchmen came  to Canada.last year.  The famous Dingrnan oil well is  41 miles south of Calgary.  Do not put letters into parcels  sent by post.    It is against tbe rule.  One female out of every nine in  New York state is employed in a  factory. *  Gold-filled teeth have been found  in the jaws of skeletons exhumed in  Pompeii.  The provincial elections in Ontario will tie held on Monday,  June 29th.  ��� The personal property left by the  late Lord Strathcona amounted to  $28,257,000.  Land in New York city is said to  be the most expensive part, of the  earth's, surface. . '  , Creston expects a big strawberry  crop this season, and berries will be  on the market early this month.  The time that will be required for  ships to go through the Panama  canal will be from 10  to   12   hours.  , The Kootenay Lake tourist hotel  of the Canadian Pacific Railway  company at Balfour opened on  June 1st.  The new kitchen in the Hotel  Vancouver will be the finest in Canada. Nearly 100 men will be employed in it.  Upward of twenty million dollars  is the amount represented in improvements now being made in the  harbor of Seattle.  Railroad ties made of reinforced  concrete into which asbestos fibres  have been introduced, tried out on a  Bavarian railway, can be drilled and  hammered like wood, which they  far outlast.  ��� Consumption, with other forms  of tuberculosis, causes one death in  every eight in this country. Of all  deaths in the Dominion between  the ages of 25 and 35 nearly one-  half are due to consumption.  Highly encouraging reports of  the Orange order were' submitted  at the session of the Grand Orange  Lodge of British America, which  was held at Regina last week. The  net increase of membership for the  year reached over 7,000.  A daily train service has been inaugurated between Kimberley and  Fernie. The train leaves Kimberley in the morning as a mixed  freight and passenger train. On  its arrival at Cranbrook it is transformed into a regular passenger  train.'  ��� Not since the foundering of the  Titanic have Lloyds underwriters  sustained such a heavy loss.. The  Empress of Ireland was insured for  $1,400,000, in addition to which  must be considered her cargo, which  is variously estimated at'around j  $250,000.  '     ��� )'  THE DAIRY       J. W. Hannam, Prop.  ���%*���  A creamery and ice cream plant  may be established at Grand Forks.  The proposed plant 'would require  the cream from up to 500 cows and  would make from 100 to 800 pounds  of butter per day or per churning.  The plant would be along similar  lines as that operated at Curlew,  Wash.  "Why is iron or steel ipvariably  painted red," is a question often  asked. It is not the color that  counts, but it's what the paint is  composed of. Any steel man will  tell you that red lead is the best  preservative against dampness and  rust. When the red lead is once  on the structure can be painted  in any other color to suit the taste.  The red lead lasts yeais.  Fifteen hundred foreign laborers  applied at the Winnipeg city's yards  Controller!!  charge of the'.city'sl  work department, ,is having the\  men's names all taken, the length of  time they have lived in the city and  whether or not they are taxpayers.  It is proposed that those entitled to  I work will be taken on in/gangs andi  The route of the Kettle Valley  railway to Copper mountain has  been approved by the department of  railways at Ottawa.  India leads Eastern countries in  the number of its blind, having  about 600,000 to 500,000 in- China  and 100^000 in Japan.  James Thompson, for four years  physical director of the Nelson Y.  M.C.A., has resigned to accept a  position with- the Lethbridge   Y.M.  C.'A.   < ' C-'   - i. .���..   /  , .-���'There- are * more,, moving picture  films used in' New York city every  week than in the whole of the Dominion of Canada during the same  time.  The United   States   exports   over  three   hundred    thousand     fountain  pens   per   annum,   more    than   one I relayed   so    thai   all    may   have  half of this number going   to   Eng-jchance'to earn some money.  land  Idaho   was   the first of the states!  a^ii^u   Al   Ills    YTf UJUipCg  I for work the other day.  1 McArthur, in   charge   c  Charles Becker was sentenced to  die in the electric chair at Sing Sing  prison during the week beginning  July 6, for the murder of Herman  Rosenthal.  With the beginning of June all  railways operating trains in Saskatchewan and Alberta will be required  to remove the common drinking cup  from the pasaenger cars.'  Spokane is to have a new $75,-  000 moving picture theater. It will  be located on Riverside avenue,  between Wall and Post streets, and  will be opened about October 1st.  Only five per cent, of American  automobiles at recent' shows lacked  self-starting mechanism, while in the  English and French shows only  five per cent, of the cars had such  features.  Prince Alexander of Tecki the  newly appointed governor-general  of Canada, is 40 years old. He  was married in 1904 to her royal  highness Princess Alice   of  Albany.  to complete its state building at the  Panama-Pacific    International    Exposition.      The   Canadian Pavilion,  which will cost $300,000, is now far  towards completion.     The pavilion  is   420   feet   long   by 210 feet wide,  with an average height on the main  portion of 180 feet.      It will include  the   products   of   every    province,  whether they  are  making seperate  exhibits or not, Canada  appropriated $500,000 for  its  display   at   the  exposition.  SUTTON'Q  EEDU  for garden and farm ore best j  forBiC.eoil.Sec Catalogue for  solid, {guarantee of purity  aria germination  S��nd now for Copy free  Sutton a Sons.The Kind's Soodmen  R�� odin^J En/jloncl  A. J. W eodward  Victoria      &       Vancouver  615 Forr jr. 667 Granville Sr.  SOLE AGENTS FOR BRITISH COLUMBIA  Announcement  E. C. HENN1GER 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   FQ;3KS,   B.C.,  Hotel Brooklyn  ._..  .       f�� ���   '      '       ���  The Only First-Class and Up-To-Date  Hotel in Phoenix. . New from cellar  to roof. . Best Sample Rooms in the  Boundary, Opposite Great Northern  Depot.      v   v      Modern Bathrooms.  STEAM HEATED.  O, D. Bush, Prop.  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix, B.C;  ���SB  d. l. Mcelroy  SOLE AGENTS FOR PRINCETON COAL  , Dealer in Lumber, Shingles, Lath  and Cedar Poles.     Stull Laggan.  First-Class Fir & Tamarac Wood'.  MOVING MACHINERY OUR SPECIALTY  If Tired of Woodj try Princeton Coal  /  /-**"���.  SMOKED MEATS, ETC.  ' . V' - ,- .*.  '.:'���'.]:      ...       '.*'���':���'  ���.���.-'        ���,.'���-'*.������-, \ . i  We  are  carrying a special line of these  goods.    Lf  you are not  already being  supplied   with our  stock,  give us a  trial order.    Our -'Shamrock" brands  not be beaten.  can-  P. BURNS & CO., LTD.  Wholesale and Retail Butchers and Produce Merchants  PHOENIX, B. C.       PHONE 2  Almstrom's Beck  Store  "'���--_<"- '        t      '-     ���   , r -���-*���.>     '_-''"'    ---'.'  -   Stationery, Confectionery and Fancy Goods  Kodak Supplies and 'Wall Papers.  All the latest Books and Newspapers.  Phone 42  Phoenix, B. C.  NEW VICTOR MCORdS  A Nice Selection of the Latest  Victor Records, especially  the latest dance music  New Songs, etc.  COME AND LOOK THEM OVER  E. A. Black, Jeweler  D. J. MATHESON  Insurance Agent  FIDELITY   BONDS,   PLATE   GLASS,  COMMISSIONER   FOR   TAKING,  AFFIDAVITS  -���'i���..iM.��n..��mjLijmL iijggg  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX, B'C.  Greenwood    ��3LdLg^6  A-^IliC  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 8.45 a.m. ���>  " '*        lower town,   9.00a.m. [Standard Time  Leave Greenwood 3.00p.m. J  PROMPT  ATTENTION   TO  EXPRESS AND  FREIGHT  J. FULLER, Proprietor  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  ^x *-.''\  Sont to tiny part of  the  Dominion for $2.('<) a venr. SSSS^^  ����**���-]    '/  'r...    ���-   V*ft^^/. '',,     ,     \ . ',/L  fEHB   PIONEER,    PHQENIX,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ty  ir  H  r,'<  i  r  Local and General  rf.  Ay*  UK  1'  ������?��  "Old Fashioned Cleanliness"  cost our mothers many a "back-breaking",  day.     The   "new fashioned"   cleanliness  costs only the price of a cake of Sunlight  Soap. .  This purest of all laundry soaps has a  gentle  strength that moves  dirt   quickly  ;      without rubbing.    And a $5,000 guarantee     .  proves there is no adulterant or impurity  ���   to it to injure  the finest  fabric or hurt  'the daintiest hand.  For the-thousand and one soap uses  around the house���there is just one soap���,  Mike Ohapplin went down to  Spokane Tuesday.  Page Boyles is up from Spokane on  a business trip.  F.   O.   Riddle arrived home   from  Spokane Tuesday.  Albert* Biner was down to Spokane  during the week.  Nick   Palorcia  is  spending   a  few  days in Spokane.  John Swanson went down to Spokane the first of the week.  J. J. Strutzel made a business trip  to Spokane during the week. <  Mrs. J. E. Carter left Thursday for  the coast cities on a short visit.  Mrs. Puddy went down to Spokane  this week to remain a few days.  Tony Oervo has had a large electric  light placed in front of his store.  Wo have at all times an abundant  supply of milk.���McKay's Dairy.  Miss Frances Larson was up from  Christina lake Wednesday evening.  Mrs. Henry Jackson and children  left Tuesday for Rossland to remain.  * Myers Falls strawberries, three baskets "i'for 50 cents. ' At McKay &  KnighVs.  Large shipments of beer leave Phoenix every day to supply the surrounding towns.  Don't be afraid to ask for an additional supply of milk and cream.���  McKay's Dairy.  Pimento cheese, two for* 26 cents.  German breakfast cheese, two for 25  cents.- "At McKay & Knight's.  Mr.'andMn. J.A. Morrin went to  Spokane Thursday, and will return in  a motor car for John Swanson.  The drawing for the Ford automobile in aid of the baseball team will  take place shortly after payday.    -  Mrs. R. A. Fraser and daughter  were up from Grand Forks Wednesday evening to attend the dance.  The'Oliver Typewriter has won international fame as the perfect writing  machine for every line of business.  Miss Gladys and Miss Edna Traun-  ���weisei .were lip from Grand Forks visiting with friends during the week.  Miss Bulah Spurgeon was, up frpru  Orient, Wash, during /the week, and  returned home Thursday accompanied  by her brother.    ' '  JRalph   Kendall brakesman on ,the  G.N,'passenger, run,  -was down   to  Spokane for,lew days,   but).is aka  backon hisrun.-"   _-*���>.-'-", '   ' .i/ ',_   -  Brisson,  who was  in charge  of the  machine, was knooked to the ground  and slightly stunned.  The member's ' of the   Knights   of  Firebox linings withstand years of use be-  ciuse trade of McClary Semi-Steel. - See a  Pythias order and the Pythian Sis-  tera will attend divine service at the  Presbyterian church tomorrow, evening, Sunday, June 7th, at 7:30 o'clock.  The members are asked to meet at  the Pythian hall about 7 o'clock and  march to the church in a body. Visiting brethren kindly take notice.  The following are the Ford auto-  biles and Excelsior motorcycles delivered by E. A. Black, tho local  agent, since the first of tho year:  Automobiles-O. Boyer, Greenwood;  V. Ingram, J. E, Carter, H. W. McLennan and A. D. McKenzie of Phoenix. Motorcycles-O. D. Bush, Paul  McKay and Sid Jennings, of Phoenix.  H. W. Rust of Nelson was in town  tho first of che week representing the  OhahkoMika celebration which will  bo held in that city from the 13th w  the 18th of July. Mr. Rust say.s an  effort will be made to have a Jknui-  dary day. This would' probably be  Wednesday* tho 15th.* On that night  Charlie Lucca and Frenchy Vaise. will  battle for the Canadian lightweight  championship. An efford will bo  mft-de to have a series of ball games  during the celebration, "probably on  Tuesday and Wednesday.  W?</k?   You'U n��tice the linings are  &   J> .      made in nine pieces. There's  a good reason~ask the McClary dealer.      M  Sotoy Morrin-Thompson] & Oo.  gain  ���to\0 Grand  be  his  was, dovm       ,.  .    ,     .  and'assisted  A. D    bring   home' his   new  Ford'automobile,      '  Just to break .the monotony and to  add a little variation to our climate,  there was a light fall of snow in Phoenix yesterday morning.  The Anaconda (Mont.) Copper  Mining company offers prizes to the  foremen of mines having the least  number of accidents. The plan has  worked very satisfactorily. Dan  Sullivan, of the Oriental mine, won  $750, and Karl Kruger won second prize, $250.         *        Success!  The attainment of success (and by  that is meant the. gaining of a responsible position in life, providing a generous income) is seldom a matter of mere  "luck." The successful man of today  is he who in the past prepared himselj  to size opportunities as they presented  themselves;'his success is the result of  forethought and deliberation. He has  considered carefully what would be the  most favorable and congenial road to  success for him, and he has devoted his  best energies in that direction. Thus,  the real secret of success "lies in being  prepared for opportunity," and this will  be as true in years to come, as it is today. Think these words over, and apply  them to yourself.' "What Have You  Don* to Prepare Your��el-F for  Advancement ?"_ Anything ! If  not, why not get,busy.and^dd^eonrie-  1 thins '" ^       '  "  , ( Dolyou' know. that^tbe International  Correspondence s Schools . of Scranton,  Pa., have helped thousands of working-  men to obtain an education, have taught  them the "hows" and "whys;' about  their trades, and thus trained them for  the higher-paid positions in their special  ,line of work. '  i   ,    - < The I. C. S. can do the same for you,  j    B. J. Patch,  circulation manager of |prov,ded you are willing to "dig in."  "/the Nelson Daily  News,   and  one of      if you are at  all  interested  in y<  hfflLK AND CREAM  The rich quality, of our MiHc 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.  SuflLKAMEEN ItAND DISTRICT . UUo j.wmw+   ���^"���^j,   - '   District of Yax*b/ / the greatest hustlers that ever hit the  _     . -  -        / Dike, was in town Tuesday.  TAKE NOTICE that I, David Law-   p_'       ,    . . ' -    nm  rence  McEIroy,   of Phoenix in. Yale      The ever increasing demand   for our  District, by occupation a  rancher, in-   high-grade milk  and  cream   makes it  tend to apply for permission  to pur-1 pessary    that    you    should    drder  The PHOENIX DAIRY  VT. A. McKay & Sons, Props. , I  n *  B     *     .*"  CITY OF PHOENIX  NOTICE  ���Public Notice is hereby given that the  first sitting of the annual Court of Revision for revising, correcting and hearing complaints against the assessment  as made by the Assessor for the year  1914, will be held at the City hall, Phoenix, BiC, on Wednesday, the 24th day  of June, 1914, at 10 a.m.  W. X. Perkins, City Clerk.  Dated at Phoenix, B.C., N  May 8th, 1914.  chase 80 acres of land bounded as foi  lows:���Commencing at a"post planted  at the South* West corner of Lot  1902S; thence North 40 chains;' thence  West 20 chains;' thence South 40  chains; thence Bast 20 chains. ���      '  David ^Lawrence McElroy.  Dated 23rd March/1914.  FOR SALE.  EGGS FOR HATCHING���from  my great laying Pen of S. C. White  Leghorns.  $2.00 Per Setting.  F. J. Harbinson, Phoenix,.B.C.  Church Services  8^��i-'  FOR SALE  The Porter  Residence on  Brooklyn  Ave.,  iucluding Stable and two  big  vlots,   all   fenced���for   $700;   one   half  down, balance to suit. "  ^ D. J. MATHESON,  Agent.  tf.  MM  '0i;��:!i;-'.  r-wxU  llttliifi  ��� W��Mi^}y,  Simulation  WATCH FREE.  A eiralK'aiformud sonorous  oBtr   from   an   atabllBhoa  Arm.    y> o nro giving ��w��y  woltihes   to   thonsandi    ot  people all   oror   tho  world - HB   - a    hogo  tdvortlnomnnt.     Now  It '��� yomr   chdnco   to  obtain one.     Write  now,    enclosing   25  cento for one of  our  fashionable Ladles'  long     a nurds,     or  Gents'   Alberts,   sent  . carriage paid to.woar  , wl'.h the watch, which  . will   bo   glvon   Free  (these    watehoi ' are  ffuomcteed Ave years),  should  yoa take advantage ol our marvel.   , to   tell   your   friondt  then   the   beautiful    watch.  1 to be title, bat Bond  >,��" ����m   �� Tree   Watcb.    Ym  -WETJUAM8 * I.TXJTT,,  Wholesale  11, bo. Conrwdllls Itoad. London, H.,  St. John's Chiu-ch���Sundays: Holy  Communion, 8a.m ; Matins, 10.30 a.m.;  Holy Communion and sermon, 11 a.m.;  Sunday school, 3 p.m,; Evening service, 7 30. Week- days: Matins, 7.30;  Evensong, 7.30. ���   "  Methodist Church ��� Sunday school  and Bible class, 2.30 p.m.; evening service, 7.30 p.m. Prayer meeting, Thursday evening, at 7.45 p.m. Rev. A. T.  Bell, '  The stated services in the Catholic  church are as follows: First and third  Sundays in the month. Mass at 10  a.m., Sunday School at 2.30 pni.;  Evening Service at 7.30 p.m. Rev.  Father 0/ Pelletier, pastor. *"  ', St. Andrew's church' (Presbyterian)  ���Service, Sunday next,, June 7, at  7:30 p. m.-,-Sunday school at 2 p.m. All  welcome.    Rev*. J. R. Munro, minister.  After attempting to decipher the  haadwnting- of some business men  a fellow appreciates the wonders of  even an old typewriter. Moral:  Why not buy an "Oliver?"'  ahead.   Hannam���"The Dairy."  Last Sunday E. A". Black was fishing James lake and caught* a fish  seventeen and a half inches long and  weighing two and a half pounds.  Mrs". O. D. Bash left Thursday for  "Victoria- to -attend the Rebekah Assembly, after which she -will go d��own  to Portland on a short visit with Vela-  tLves.  Rev. A. T. Bell left Monday for Salt  Spring island, an island on tho weat  coast of "Vancouver island, where he  will have'charge of a Methodist con'  gregation.  For Sale���Hatching eggs," Wyan-  dottes, Minorcas, White Leghorns,  Brown Leghorns, Indian Runner  ducks and Pekin ducks. Apply at  ranch.    Robt. Forsha-w. ������-'.'  The Phoenix Miners' Union election  is being held to da;p. The principal  contest centers on the office of secretary, D. A.- Vignaux and Thos. Mac-  neill being the candidates.  The Odd Fellows of Grand Forks  will hold a picnic at Christina lake  on Dominion Day, Wedneeday,'July  1st. The members of the Phoenix  and Greenwood lodges have been  invited to participate.  .' A benefit smoker will be given in  the Miners' Union lodgje room next  Saturday .eyerung, June 13th. A boxing bout between Barney Mullin and  Walter Forshaw will he one of the  entertaining features. The smoker  will be- in aid of Dave La.wley, a blind  miner.  N. W. Sweotser, who Tvas for sev-  iw^years mining engineer at the  Granby, left this week for Hadley  Island, where one of the G.ranby company's -piorthern properties "is located.  Hie wife, who was visitin,g on the  coast, joined him at Seattle -arid went  north vf/ith him. '  Tlie thunder and lightnin g storm  lust Tuesday was the heavies-t noted  here for a longtime. Lightning struck  one ot the legs of the triipod of the  diamond drill at thc Granby and  smashed  it to   splinters,   and    Louie  you are at all interested in your  own future welfare, mark and mail the  Coupon below, and free information regarding I. C. S. courses of instruction  will be sent you. Do it today, tomorrow  never comes.  COUPON.  B. C. Agency, International Correspondence Schools, Box 25,  Grand Forks, B. C.  Kindly let me know how I may acquire  a complete knowledge of the subject for  which I have marked X  Electrical Engineer  Dynamo Running  Electric-Car Kunning  Steam Engineering  Building   and    Contracting.  Mechanical Drawing'  Drafting  Show Card Writing  Shorthand  Bookkeeping  Automobile Running  Mining Engineering  Mine Foreman  Metal Prospecting  Surveying  Boundary. Football Schedule  May   1���Grand Forks at Mother Lode.  ������.:���"   lOr-Mother Lode at Greenwood.  "  18^-Phoehix 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. ��� ���.  The Stratheona Hotel  NELSON, B.C.  Steam Heated Throughout  The Finest Accommodation for  the Travelling, Public.  PININGRPQ M    SERVICE  ^JNEXOELLED.  Nine Well-Liffhted  Samplerooms.  Phone 12  PURE BLOOD MEANS STRENGTH  TRY  NYAL'S   BLOOD   PURIFIER  People sometimes ask us, "Mow may I know when my  blood is'bad ?" You may have boils or pimples. You may  have rough or .scaly skin���a si^n o: coming skin disease. -  Little wounds, scratches, cuts, or burns, do not heal up quickly,  as they should.  Now Nyal's Blood Purifier was designed for just one thing,  to make the blood right, to enrich it, cleanse it, strengthen it.  And it does it. Good blood means good health nine times in  ten, and Nyal's Blood Purifier makes good blood, rich, red  blood.  We do not recommend patent medicines, but this is not a  patent medicine, it is a scientific remedy lor the blood, and we  know what it will do.  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,yery*^  reasonable Prices.  Tires Inflated Without Charge.  *V">  V  p><  i  The Phoenix Club  Deichert & Morris, Props.  PIPES, CIGARS, TOBACCOS, CIGARETTES  .      BEST BRANDS ALWAYS ON HAND.  Special Line of the Famous Haid Chocolates  Smokers' Supplies.       Soft Drinks  ENGLISH BILLIARDS,   POOL,   BOWLING ALLEYS  :  THE  MINERS1  UNION  OPERA   HOUSE  Saturday, June 6  REELS  =SIX  {SIX������  1. Universal Weekly Gazette.  2. "The Violet Bride"���Drama  EXTRA SPECIAL  3-4 "In the Sultan's Power"���  In Two Thrilling Parts, featuring Capt. Jack Bonavita,  the famous Lion Tamer, and C. Livingston "Wiggins,  tfie international aviator.  _,      ,,TT    '  r��*-i        j. "C7C7���^11,'      Snokum, the Newly-wed,  5,        He  Oiept   Well   ���another smashing comedy  6. "Homlock Shermes"-ft0R^���ftJrr'y  PI  US  ADMISSION  10c. and 15c.  ,/*  JAS.  MARSHALL, PROP.  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  Sent to any part of the Dominion i'ov $2.00 a year.  t);'i'!���'������:  :iffe  ���7h  ..-..>  S;.  r.^lKpy5>

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