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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jun 20, 1914

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 lhe largest-coppor mines in  tho Dominion are situated  at Phoenix.     The Granby  - Co. employs 500 men, and  has a monthly pay foil of  over $50,000, while tho Rawhide pay roll is $18,000.  FIFTEENTH YEAR  \  CHAMPION BEATS  ALL COMPETITORS  Middleweight Grapler and  Wife Give an Excellent  Exhibit] :>n.  This should prove a  good   drawi  card, and the ladies of Phoenix  cordially invited to attend  and  ness it.  The preliminaries will beg  at 8:30 o'clock sharp.  Devoted to the Interests of th* r*��..  w  treses ot the Boundary Mining District  ^hfts,a>opurafci8^ {oiJ.600,  and-c^oBBeases   flmfcifetea,  hotels, opera >ouse;-schools  ���i   i v. Ji*- ���  Last   Monday" evening    i,}    the  Miners' Union Opera   House   Clar  ence < Eklund,    champion    middle  weight wrestler of Canada, and    his  wife put up an excellent exhibition,  and the audience voted it one of the  best entertainments in its   li���e   ever  seen here.     The affair opened    with  some very clever bag   punching   by  Mrs. Eklund, and she and her   husband gave a splendid    exhibition   in  wrestling.     Mrs. Eklund   gave   her  husband a good hard  tussle   during  the time they were on (he mat,   and  showed   that   she   was   up   in     the  game.  The main event was when Eklund  took on four local men, J. Pitpladdy,  Glen Hoover, Barney Mullin and  Herb-Neil.      He   disposed   of  Sold Rocket Motor Car  W. J. Mitchell has  just   retu  from      Greenwood    and     Phoen  B. C, where he delivered a  Roc  cyclecar to Roy Couriers.     This  the first cyclecar   ever  sold  in ea  em British Columbia.     Mr. Mitch  made   the   trip   to  Greenwood  Deer   Park,   Clayton,   Loon'  La  Springdale,     Chewelah,       Colvi  Marcus, Rock Cut and Grand For  He claims to have   averaged   bette  Mian 38 miles to, the gallon of gaso  line.���Spokesman.Review.  Jolly ^Spinsters' Ball  ....   4  ���*I**v$k.  -**'-'* VX  m  pladdy in seven minutes; Mullin m  three minutes; Hoover in seven  minutes, and Herb Neil in eleven  minutes. In the case of the last  man, Neil was not thrown    even   in  Not to be outdone by the Phoe  nix Bachelors, the members of th  Jolly Spinsters' Club will demon  strate their ability as entertainer  by giving a dance in the Miners'  Union hall next Friday evening  Pit-1 June 26th.     The Ironsides orchestra  has been engaged to furnish the  music, and free ice cream and cake  will be served The ladies extend  a cordial invitation to everyone, an.d  they particularly request the   bache-  ���        s  the eleven minutes   h���r ���   ,     I      * part,cu,ar,>' re1"est the   bache-  and quit Ek,und and N T * * * *"*" ab��l,t b^ Ion����n,e  scheduled for .aother mLh!* ���\*ad co��� Th* '�������� are to be  Place' at  the  Chr ��L"    t" ��! fc"��� "d?d .^^-enterprise, and  place at  the  Christina   Jake   picnic  -    ne^ct   Monday.        Eklund   acknowledged that this was a harder bunch  '   of men than he usually has to tackle  ^nd they were all much heavier than  himself.     D. A.   Vi^naux   was   the  referee.  ���HAnff��!her *����d mktCh {? to be P-ll-  ^ed off here next   Wednesday   night  when ��klund wiJI wriTtii^fttf^Si  drew Hill, a Finlander.     The match  is for a purse of $50, and the winner  to take all gate receipts.     The style  will be catch-as-catch-can,   aud   the  fall to  be governed   by   Police  Ga  zette rules  they should be given  every encour  agement.  B.C.  Mining     I     Starts Thirti^ace    JC��fe��BRAWHW W~  The   Hewitt   mine   made  a  shipment  of ore  last  month,  first of the regular shipments  since  the mill was put m operation.  Some 300 men are now Employed  at the mines in Ainsworth camp and  he Bluebell   across   the  lake  from  the town of, Ainsworth,   so   things  are flourishing there  The Granby Consolidated corn-  car pany has.bl0Wn-in the third furnace  the at the new Hidden Creek smelter,  ���"���- thus placing the plant in full  com.,  mission.    Shipments of matte  have \ Big  Crowd ' Expected  LAKE  to  Attend the Joint Picnic  Next Monday.  Good  weather next  Monday   is  now  all that  is  required   to make  been going forward    steadily    for  several weeks.  The ore at Hidden Creek is largely  self-fluxing,   only- 4  per  cent coke  Th IcZ*^*?9** agalnSt  H P"     ���  ���aay   ,s  The crosscut tunnel on  the Apex   p the  Grand   F����*�� smelter.   now  *" that  is   required   to make  w in about 500 feet, and it is ex. ST0" "^ Va,UCS arc said to * the Ea*,es and Scandinavian Aid  pected the ore body will be reached L'ffh/?��IUgh to off-��^ the cost of and Fellowship Societies' picnic 'at  .within the next hundred feet. The L [rei^hth!lul acr��*s the continent. Christina lake the greatest event in  rock ��� very hard.      Two shifts are p       . *"  Cana<"*n  Pacific and the  the Boundary this year.    From pre  urand Trunk railroads are compel.  sent indications there will  be  a  re"  ~      "     - ton r    thC ('t,ght  busln�������Bos.  cord "owd from here to  spend the"  ton Commerical. | day on what is probabhy the prettiest  inland body of water in the province.  being worked  Chas. Connell of Rossland, in  terested in Summit camp, has left  tor the Tulameen country. He has  some very promising silver lead  property which requires shipping  fac,l,t,es to become a wealthy pro  ducer,  ��  jv  Neither T*>ZT^T 7        ����ay 0t watsr in the Province.  Neither Teamed Scored     An ����Hent program of sports has  The football ��me plaved her.]*"* **'*"?' wW<* wi,! furnish  'ast Sunday between th?pVaT\ ^^IJ^ b��th the oId' a��d  and Motherlode Z ended �� IC"*' S^' W1'li * races for ��������  tie,    neither   LT ��� a boys and girls, and for-the yountr  and business people Vh�� ='��^^X"R. 2 Cn" ^ "^ ��"** ' *  others directly interested in the proSme ��^he playing^as very Rood "ceS ZmITT^ '"' m*��*'  fress of Summit  camp,   has   been i at ������Wollow��* is  thfli^l^Z^.** ��!^ PoIe'   a  A petition signed by mining  men!  The Scandinavian Aid and Fellowship Society decorated the graves of  their departed members and friends in  the local cemetery last Sunday, it being Decoiatioh' Day.  MRS.  NELLIE EKLUND  who will wrestle   Miss   Eva   Nelson,  Wednesday evening at Opera House,  J^Jyb-McLaughliti  " The wteddirfg of John McLaughlin  and Miss Katherine Delvo, both of  Phoenix, took place at Spokane on  Monday, June 16th.    The ceremony  -  .was   performed   by  Justice  U is for the   best   two   Hyde at the court house  ills. I .  ..  S.    C  out of three falls. '" 1 "r������ ��e court House.      Mr.Mc  r\n ��u ' .   . j A-aughhn     is      a   foreman     at     the  On the same evening Mrs.    Nellie   Granby,    and   his     bride     was     for  Ekundw.ll wrestle.with   Miss   Eva   several    years   a     resident   of   this  Nelson, the  match to be to a finish,   camp,  forwarded to the Minister of Public  Works, asking that the trail from  the Coquihalla river to Summit  camp be re-opened as early as possi-  ble.  A large reel containing five miles  of steel cable for the tram at the  Surprise mine came to Sandon Friday. It took all Saturday to get it  from the car to the wagon, and it  took eight horses and six men three  days to get it, as far as' the oia  brewery site. The Surprise is using  the old Last Chance tram and ��  puthng in a new cable.  U   ^..McCrimmeianl  claims in ^.e Silvei��Stala|^j  at   New   Hazelton    '""'"_"���.!  days there was  considerable   work  and some good ore exposed.    They  will work on the -shaft   and   tunnel  at times. -Following i�� th, v" I'T*' W",K,D^ tB�� gT*asy  of the teams: * "  ** hneVP  ^running race, and even  a  race  Motherlode-Muscadinne    ^duut?*"1*0,      There wi��  be  a  Hutt and Bray, right and left h'f t '      In     "^ betW"n the Phoeo^  Corrigan,   Carison   and    cl T    V     ^   ^  t8ams��     And  -  rightfeenter andTeft back   L^ra     '   "^ m8tCh betWM��   C,are-e  Johns. Pnrd.n     ������1 ^J���*' I Ek,uod  and   Herb   Neil.       Eklund  ���hi  Weiry  and  Jones,  Johns, Purden,  forwards  Phoenix-Faulkes, goal; Oxley  and A. Dutton, right and left backs;  Fwher, Wallace and B. Dutton,  nght, center and left half backs;  Belhs, Clark, Pritchards, Porter  and Manning, forwards.  Referee, McDonald, of Grand  Forks.  Linesmen, Luxen and Cros��.  agrees to throw Neil three times in  an hour for a purse of $100. Good  prizes are up for all of the events.  Emil Carlson is marshall of the  day, and the following are the chairmen of their respective committees:  Dance committee, John Morrison;  sports committee, A. H. McPher-  son; police committee, A. O. John-  ^^^a^i^^mittee,. .Harry^Sewell ;;W  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."  PLEASE ORDER EARLY.  OPPlll,  ���il^SK  Odd Fellows' Session  Last week was a busy one for the  various branches of the Odd Fellows' order, in grand session at-Vic  I^^,^-��*U%rJ8�� *r��aie��t  l-rrand' lod^e sessW~Vv*r^ hefd^in  the province. Besides the regularly appointed delegates from Phoenix  there were several visiting members  from here.     In the  appointment   of  officers J.F. McDougall of Phoenix/ -.��� .�� -snare   and   tunnel / Sunday morning ���*  ^ T ��� ���'        ���  was chosen for the office of   district   th** "ave a/ready been   started   and U^tOod M^   ^   ^ ^ ^     " *       MeSSTS-    ��'    Lacl��"��^,    general  deputy erand patriarch   of  the   Ea.   ^ hope to have m&ship^ Halves,  campment, and the Deg-ree of Cbiv- /�������-.r or fail. :^^^^   :  ^ �����   Cop'  airy was conferred upon Mrs. O. D. /     I-t Weelc, Aro^l*^'^^^ W��    returned J.ame   !ast   MonJy,  the Standard company acquired   th./that city.            -Metbod'^   -burch   ,n   fron Peatictoa, covering  107  railes  . I Alnha o���^ a_-      . ���������- .   .      /   j ia 4 hours and IS minutes.  Bush, of the local Rebek^h lodge.  _, ���  Harry White, of Cranbrook,   the/A,Pha and Anacortes  claims.  Master,   filled I Alpha   was   owned   by Mckenzie &  the   fol-|McNaught,   and   lies   north   of  the  j Standard,   with   the   Surprise Frac-  tional lying between.     The Anacortes was owned by James McNaught,  and adjoins the Standard   and   Sur-  v'M*  S.   A.  newly elected   grand  the appointive offices  with  lowing:  Grand Chaplain���Rev. W  Crux, New Westminster.  Grand   Marshal���W.   G.   Barrie,  Prince Rupert.  Grand Conductor���W.   H. Laird,  Moyie.  Grand Guardian���R. H. Net-  lands, Grandview, Vancouver.  Grand Herald.���I. R. Lawrence,  New Westminster.  Officers were elected for the ensuing term by the Rebekah Assembly as follows:  President���Mrs. Jennie Grant,  Victoria. .-  Vice-President���Mrs. A. Butter-  field, Vancouver.  Warden���Miss Eliza Gilchrist,  Ladysmith.  Treasurer���Mrs. Kate Simpson,  Victoria.  Secretary���Mrs. F. A. Walker,  Victoria.  On her retirement from the presidency Mr*. A. E. Parker, of Cranbrook, was presented with a cut-  glass vase, while Mrs. Walker, who  has prominently indentified herself  with the Rebekahs, received a suitable acknowledgement of the appreciation of her fellow workers.  :p'im  'Phone 56  P. O. Box 309  Street Grading Work  Alex McDonald has been awarded the contract for cutting down the  grade on the street leading to tbe  C.P.R. depot. In places the grade  is as steep as*22 per cent, and the  intention is to cut it down to an  average of about 12 per cent.  Work has already begun with three  teams and about eight men.  prise on the west.      The amount   of  the   purchase  price   has   not    been  given   out for  publication. The  Standard  people  have     been   after  these claims for some   time.      They  own the   Robin   and   Page   on  the  east, and it is not   improbable   that  they    will   eventually   purchase   the  Echo and Tiger group north   of the  Alpha, and the Lost Bear west of it.  ���Slocan Record.  For the first five months of the  year 149,529 tons of ore have been  received at the Trail smelter. This  exceeds the ore receipts -for the  same period of last year by about  7000 tons. Rossland shows an increase, and shipped 108,172 tons  as compared with 99,708 tons for  the same period of last year. Nelson shows a considerable falling off  in ore production so far this year,  the production amounting to 22,745  tons for the first five months, as  against 37,632 for corresponding  period of last year. Slocan and  Ainsworth show a substantial increase, the shipments so far this  year reaching 91,924 tons as against  71,489 tons for the corresponding j  period of last year. East Kootenay j  shows a falling off, having shipped j  this year only 7406 tons as compared i  with 16024 tons for the same period I  of last vear.  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  million  There are a   million   automobiles  running in the United States.  The international polo cup, em-'  bhmatic of the world's champion-i  slip, will cross the ocean agai i, '  h; ving been won by the English \  team in the second game of the j  series by a score of 4 to 2^. I  j   Strawberries        Rhubarb        Green Onions  Radishes Cucumbers Lettuce  Fancy Tomatoes       Spinach        Asparagus  Cabbage, Oranges and Bananas.  ac  ae  ac  'MHOM  F^wo^TVcfta I  i  'M  !  'I  h  ,.>.  Iff  Hi'.  HI  i.r  111  ���-���N  I1;  \  I'l  rJ  i  ''1  !   ,  ri,  i ���  E  [ft  ��*} $  w��V*" - ,  TflE   PIONEER,   PHOENIX,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  NO ALUM  agine   frheir *  learned  that  surprise*  when    they  the same  stock  was  selling in Calgary, at 45 cents.  ������������������  . y,l  Between Phoenix aud Eholt is a  fair sized body of water known as  Loon lake. It is believed that fish  would thrive there if the place was  once stocked. , The Dominion government would no doubt gladly  supply the fish from their (hatchery  for this purpose if the proper representation was made.  To a Girl Engaged  "How," asks "Engaged" can a  girl be sure the man she loves  means all he says?"  t The cold, hard fact about it is  that she cannot. Neither can he.  Solomon, who knew a lot> said all  men were liars, and human experience in the centuries since hasn't  produced many reasons to change  the verdict.  Not necessarily wilful and deliberate liars���let's give them that benefit. But let us also be candid. A  man in love is like a man in drink���  he is too intoxicatsd  to   be   respon-  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  issued weekly  at Phoenix, British Columbia.  Subscription, 2.00 per year  2.50 to United States.  G. Kay, Publisher.  ���   ADVERTISING SCA1/K  Application for IdquorLioonco (aodayn) ..$5.00  Aprlicfttion for TranbferorLloenee 87.60  Coitificato ot Improvement uotlco (OOiliiyfl)$7.60  Application to Purchase Land notices (GO days)   87.60  "Delinquent Co-ewner notices (80 days) ... .810.00  The organization of a first aid  class in Phoenix is a step in the  right direction.    All who can   spare  the time should take in the lectures. Isible for all  he says,  This is a  subject  in   which   people I     Do you suppose there ever was a  generally have too little knowledge. I man in love, from Adam down, who  The government is doing its part in /didn't swear byall the   deities   that  placing  this   pulmotor,  which   has I he would   never let the woman take  been duly proven, within  the   reach I in washing to support him?  Yet the  of the  miners,   and   the  physicians I washtub  supports almost as   many  are giving  their  time   and   energy I homes as the pick and shovel,  to make the classes h success.    Thej    Circumstances  change,    when   :ii  mining   companies  are  entirely   in I fellow gets down to earth, after  his  sympathaty with   the work.     It   is, I emotional tour of the stars, is apt to  therefore, up to the members them- (be practical and matter of fact.       If  selves to see to it  that  the  classes (he remembers his ecstatic  promises  are well filled. ��� I at all, it is vaguely.     The wise wo  men  doesn't  presume   upon   them.  A deplorable situation exists over / She just marks of   the discount   to  Sized Up About Right  It is  reported   that  the  C. P. R.  is losing $75,000 a   month   in   District No. 3,   with   Nelson  as   headquarters.     Last year it was  reported that the C. P.   R.   was  losing  a  million dollars a year in B. C.     The  C. P.- R.   figures   the  wrong  way.  The B. C. lines are a part of the entire system.     If the  entire  system  pays, the B. C. roads must  pay  at.  part of that system.    If  the  entire  road does   not  pay,   shut'er  down,  and give us back the pack   train.���  Greenwood Ledge.  Seventeen Cents a Day  Buys an Oliver Typewriter  No Wonder  Reporter���I hear a wild man was  seen roaming about in a swamp  here.  Native���Yes; he was a city man  trying to locate a choice building  lot he'd just bought!���Chicago  Daily News.  KingEdward Lodge  No. 36, A.F. and A.M,  Small Water NeUceii (30 days) S7.50,    .     D   ,. m. . , . -,  l>e!i.IqaentCo-Om1el-shiprpfic<sfK)day,?25.0olat   Bt,tte-     .The   mmers    un,on   ��f I profit and loss, and thanks her luck  LuipUoHtoOeitinoateof Title notices  ss.ool t',,at camP Wltrl its   9,000   members | if there is enough left to   make   the  Caids of Thanks, aocenu. lis   divided    against    itself.      More I basis of a working agreement.  AUother legal advertising; li cents a line, /than   2,000     of    these    men    have I     No,   dear,   you   can't  believe   all  sing-le column, for the first insertion; and Si refused    to     recognize     the  cents a Jineforeaoh subsequent insertion, non-1 r-jiupr        ft,.      t       .,  Regular communication at 8  p.m. Second ThWrsday of J  each month.  This amazing offer���the New Model American Oliver Type  0HelifeMHeffcBfS Ik Ctt,Ied* Masonic| writer No. 5 at 17c. A Day���is open to everybody, everywhere.  John Finlay, Jr.,  Secy.  W.  J. PlEROX,  W.M.  union j that Romeo tells you; but you   can  par��iimeasurement  ��� -       |             apparently/judge hfm fairly well on form.   Is he  Display ads $1.00 per inch,   single /ongrinated   throu?h   the   heavy  as-  kind to'those around him?    Has he  column,   per month.   Transient  ads. I sessments levied against   the   mem-1 a good clean   record in the responsi-,  50c. per inch, per issue; subsequent in-   bers as   benefits   for  the   Michigan   bilities surrounding him  at present? hfSe^ mh^^H^h^rhSn^  ,  scions, 35c. per inch. J copper mine strikers.'   Some of  the | Has he good men   friends   who   be- j SylnvSed.   Vl8'ting ^^^ ^  miners were said  I. O. O. F.  Snowshoe Lodge  No. 46  good  to   be   paying   as jlieve in him and  trust   him?     Back  Saturday, June 20, 1914. (high as $8 to $10  a  month in   as-  of the froth and  embroidery   of his  sessments.      More   than    $200,000  impassioned chatter do  you   detect  There is no policy  like a  paid up/has been sent from Butte to' Michi-   the rudiments of   plain horse sense?  one- San;     Although the strike in Michi-   Has he shown gumption inv tackling  e . Igao has been called off, the   assess- / the business nf malfino- a  Ku-Jno-   fr.,-  Someone suggests, changing   the | ments    were   cootinilei'       -        -    |the bus��n��s of mak.ng a living  for  name of Alberta to Oilberta.   ��   1 - Phoenix has over 20 automobiles,  or one  for  about  every  60 of  its  population.    Can any city  in  Can  ada beat it?  * In future all^-fiockey , printing at  the Greenwodd'^Ledge office must  be paid for >ih7 advance.' -* ^We'4*pre��  sume there'sja reason. ',���*"**  Abe/Martih'.says that the feller  who (used tov borrow your wheel  barrow now* has a son, who owes  nine dollars for spark plugs.  , Before following the advice of a  man who tells you how to run your  business, it might be well to haTe a  'look at the way he  is  running   his  own.  ���:��� ���  It* was- Mark  Twain "who   once  said, "I  tell you  boys  that every  propositipn that sounds good is not  1 a good" sbtihd   proposition "  advice is still sound. '  The  At    the  election just held those who rebelled  against continuing to pay these assessments , were denied the privilege of voting. This internal strife  amongst the members of the W. F.  of7M. in its largest union is to be  regretted; as*it���knocks asuader. their  motto: "In union there is strength."  - >^^vesln^o1i^u^;^l%  two or more?  If so, and you really love the  chap,'and would be willing to pare  potatoes fpr him until death do you  part, then we guess it's all,right.���  Exchange.  Coming Byents w    >)A\  Eagle-Scandinavian "Brotherhood  ;</'<  ..v*.  There is one' oil stock promoter  in Calgary who will probably be  good in future. The other day he  was fined $300 for selling stock be  fore , his company was properly  registered.    - , '      f  The loneliest road in -Ireland runs  from Minna to Costello, along the  shore of Galway Bay. Sheer moor,  quite treeless, bleak beyond words,  hardly a stone cabin in sight, and  no path but that straight mail road.  More sterile than Donegal! more  pitful than Clare, the strange net  work of grey land and grayer waters  constitutes the country of Iar Con-  nacht.  In the heart of this Irish wilderness a solitary lodge ,shows white  against its surrounding " patch of  green.  , Here/ behind locked' gates, J.  Bruce Ismay, former head of the  White Star Line,   lives-in   solitude  A. L. MKinnon, Noble Grand.  Wm. Oxley, Fin. Secy.  E. E, Barnes, Rec. Secy,  Daughters of Rebekah  Phoenix Lodge No. 17  Meets in   the   Miners'   Union   Lodgo  Hall First and Third Wednesdays.  Mrs. E. E. Barnes, Noble Grand  Mrs. A. D. MclCenzic, Secretary.  It is our new and immensely popular plan of selling Oliver Typewriters on little easy payments. The abandonment of longhand in favor  of clean, legible, beautiful typewriting is the next great step in human  progress. The American Oliver, with the largest sale of any typewriter  in existence, was the logical machine to take the initiative in bringing  about the universal use of typewriters.     It always leads !  Clerks on small salaries can now affoid to own Olivers.      By utilizing spare moments for practice they may  fit   themselves  for more irn-^'  portant positions.     A small first  payment brings  the  machine, then you  save 17c. a day and pay monthly. ��� '  G. KAY, Agent, Phoenix.  ni.nmjm.jLE x.i-11 i.j  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES  and  ter.  broods over the Titanic   disas-  The C. P. R. will sue the owners  of the Storstad, and the owners of  the Storstad will sue the C. P. R.  This, however, will not be of much  benefit to the hudred* ot poor devils  who lost their lives in the   disaster.  Every little seepage starts an oil  boom all its'own.���Lethbridge Herald. "     '   ���  'Jolly Spinsters' Club dance, Phoenix, Friday evening, June 26th.  Chahko Mika celebration Nelson,  July 13 to 18.  Spokane Interstate'Fair, September 12 to 20.  \ '��; .  ���Pho-nlx A��rl�� No. 15S ;?��  >��l?*��    "iVi        '>i*"i'tr*'*''*"f        V"*"**'*!      f*t   i.    *    ��. v   ,  .tW^tsInUm6n-^��n,*pWdayBveWg8:  Visiting brothers are always 'welcome.*  J "    '  Dan] Patterson, W. P.   *.  T. B. Clarke, W. Secy.  British Columbia has 4,000  miles  of automobile roads. '  K. of P.  No. 28  Lodge,  Phoenix,  B.C.  Travel East via The  Great Northern Railway  ANNOUNCEMENT  oummer   Excursion - Flares Commence June *  , Final. Limit^October ^3ist^��LOptional*  '1st.,  New York $108.50  Halifax    129.35  .    Philadelphia...  Montreal ' $105.00  Twin Cities      60.00      108.50  I  t I    .-tf-tt r  Shoes that Fit!  We make a specialty of Miners-  Shoes; good fit, nice shape, and  nothing but the best of stock used  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  NICK PALORCIA,  Knob Hill Ave.        Phoenix, B.C.  Some people in Rossland bought  stock in the Piedmont Oil company  at Calgary from a traveling agent,  paying $t and $1.25 a  share.     1m-  HAVE YOU A BAD SORE?  If b<>, remember these fdcts���Zaih-  Uuk is by far the most widely used  h.ilm in Canada! Wh'v has it ���becpine  <-<> -inpulav? Bft'uus' il heals soros,  i ureh bkin diseases, and dows what is  flairned for it. Why not let it ht'dl  "^ our sore?  Remember that Zam-Buk ib ajto^,  gelher different to tlie ordinary ointments. Most of these consist of atii-  niil fatb. Zam-Buk contains no trace  r>l .any animal fat, or any mineral  matter,    ft it> absolutely herbal.  Keniember that Zarn-Buk is'at the  bume time, healing, toothing and antiseptic. Killb poison instantly, and all  harmful germs. It is .suitable alike  for (������ ci f injnrif"�� *i"'1 '1i��"n��c��. find  fui   <"};/'(>nil   fc"i��->,   i,   i',  .   t-li        r# st  Seduced jFares i Summer  **-r i 'Of 1914  : ',  On sale June 1st to September 30th.  Final, Return  limit,  October  31st.  T  Winnipeg, $60.00 Montreal, $105.00  St. Paul - 60,00 St. John - 120.00  Chicago - 72.50 Halifax  - 129.35  Toronto - 92.00 New York 108.50  Meets Tuesday Evening at 7.30.  Sojourning brothers cordially wel  corned.  N. Davidson, C. C.  E. E. Ba-rnes, K. of R. S.  PYTHIAN SISTERS  ���Mountain Temple Lodge No. 17  Meets In Pythian Hall, Lower Town  " Second and Fourth Thurtaiaya.  J. V. INGRAM, Agent, Phoenix.  !   ? -.  SPOKANE TO CHICAGO WITHOUT CHANGE  Mrs.  Geo. Barnes,  ,,   -M.E.C.  Mrs. A. D, McKenzio  M.R.C.  WOOD  First-class Fir and Tam-  arac Wood, $6.00 per cord  Pine Wood,   $5.00 per card.  Fir and Tamarac, double cut,  per cord, $7.00. >  WOOD  DELIVERED   ON   SHORT  NOTICE. 'Phone B32  5��<CHJ(  Smiling  Compartment Observation Carsj Electric Lighted  Standard Sleepers.  ian  jj  H',    '       - M' ill H^l  ofk     bo1       U^t>   n!~"  fj^ ,r\\   -,i ^ ill.Ji'     I)  If-      h<  ���C  .1 jo-   1,   J,  ('1      /llll I    lil/n  IMI   I 'ul .  -      'I  i Hi>k   ."-iii.iii  J. V. SVPURPHY,  DIST 1ICT t��ASSEN< ER AGENT, NELSON, B. C.  ^i-ii  Robt. Forshaw  throw away your good  OVERALLS, because  m^m^mmmm���mmmm 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 OONVINCE YOU.  RECO STEAM LAUNDRY  hone SO.   Dominion Ave.  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  It interested and should know  about tbe wonderful  MARVEL Whirling Spray  The now Vaginal Sytm^c    Ilrtt  -Most convenient.  It cleansei  In-jtanrty.      A k you(  \ clrujfgisc forT  bat ie*~>t3ttplo��',l'''"s'Mte''  bnfi��������� a>-U   IterlvMfull pirtlc  uli" iar.; direct on* invaluable to nates  WINDSOR SUPPLY CC, �����fflWi  Wioduor. Ool. General Agonts for Caiuda.  Of all kinds piomptly attended  to. Rapid Expiess ,ind I?,i^-  iCJij^-e Vranslor. Careful .'mention lo all orders.       Phone A6.ri  James G. McKeown  SYNOPSIS OF COAL ��x  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 twenty-one yeats  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 madu  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-  yeyed territory the tract applied for  shall be stakdl 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 iflv��  cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coul mined and pay the  Boyalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such re- .  turns should be furnished at least once  a year.  The lease will include the coal mining  rights only-, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available  surface rights may be considered ���  necessary for the working of the mine  at the rate of $10.00 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa,  or to'any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W.'W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���Unauthorized   publication   of  this advertisement will not be paid for.  ���30690.  DR. Do VAN'S FEMALE PILLS S$  medicine for all Female Complaint. |6 a box,  or three for J10, at drug stores. Mailed to any  address on receipt of price. The Scobew. Dkuo  Co., St. Cntlinrines, Ontario. t  PH0SPH0N0L FOR MEN 23*552$  for Nerve and Brain; increases "grey matter';  ��� Tonic���-wlH build you tip. $8 a box, or two for  |5, at drug stores, or by mall on receipt of price.  Tub scobblz. D&tro Co.. St. Catharines, Ontario, B8BE5SHI  iffi'SUSKasjtu..  ��^WgflWBi!!*nHl|B!!i!  ^ro^HtaMtciw-iii, /+��.  SlfeSv^e 5Xtra duraWe! Coal grate is du-  P        ^odgrateis the niost modern type.  THE    PI0IJEEB,    PHOENIX,   BBITISH   COLUMBIA.  Concentrates    |  *ftajvjfe  wiU take extra large pieces of  lining A.t��... ^?����"just remove back end  sow McClary dealer to show you.  V Morrin -Thompson & Co.  The  Queen's Hotel  COMPLETELY REFURNISHED AND  REFITTED  We be^ to announce the reopening of the Queen's Hotel.    This  popular hotel  has been  completely refitted throughout;  everything   ,,-w and up-to-date.    I.ar-e lofty rooms,  heated with hot water.    Perfect fire appliances.  Night and Day Service  Patrons of this hotel will  find in  it all  the comforts ol home.  *       Perfect satisfaction is assured all ourguests.     It i.s  the most centrally located hotel in town.  Bar Stocked with Best Wines, Liquors, Cigars  WALSH & HARTMAN, Props.   I  FIRST STREET AND KNOB HlLL AVENUE A  Your Milk Supply  Should come from healthy and vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANIJARY  manner Separated Cream insures purity and  quality. The Dairy produces both.  British   Columbia' has  275  sawmills.  Ainsworth has a payroll of $30,-  000 a month'.  The ' battle of Waterloo was  fought on June 18th, 1815.        *  The Ogilvie Flour Mills company  own 27 elevators in Alberta.  Orangemen will hold a* big celebration at Creston on July 13th.  Many of the old vacant buildings  in Greenwood are  being torn .down1.  The B. C. government's grant  for education is over a million dollars an finally.  Grand Forks is planning to erect  a new fair building at accost of  about $8,000. f  Prisoners in the Cranbrook city  jail are. being, fed at an average cost  of 13 cents a meal. .  The C. P. R.. has been asked to  build a railway station in the west  end of Grand Forks.  The municipalcensus, of Edmonton shows a pupulatiori of 73,000.  That of Calgary is 80,000;  The Grand Forks band has been  engaged for\the celebration at Republic on'the Fourth of July.  Chief Minty\ has appointed a  night watchman for -'New ���'���'Hazelton  in the person of Canstable Mead.  Tracklaying on the new C. P. R.  cut.9ff to the Granby - smelter at  Grand Forks-has been completed;  The Grand Forks football club  will give, a smoker in the opera  house in   that  city next Tuesday..  A series of moving picture films  will be taken of the Chahko Mika  celebration at Nelson for Pathe's  weekly. ���  In one day at Calgary on the oil  exchange 25,057 shares changed  hands, the money paid over amounting to $79,106.    This was a record.  ��� P. Burns, the meat king of Calgary, signifies his intention of at  ten-ding   the   oldtimers'   reunion  Sir William Macdonald's dona  tions to the Macdonald college "of  agriculture , at Montreal now ' total  $7,000,000, according to figures  given out .by Dr. Harrison, the  principal, at the annual convocation  of McGili universary for presenting  degrees in medicine, music, science/  and agriculture.  The C,P.R. is suing  the  owners  of the   Storstad    to   recover    two  million dollars for   the   loss  of the"  Empress of Ireland, and the owners  of the  Storstad    have   a    counter  claim   of fifty  thousand dollars for  damages, done to their vessel.    The  owners   of the   Storstad    claim the  Empress was at fault, alleging there  was negligence  in   her  navigation  Mr. Dingman, owner .of the only  oil-producing  well'in   the  district,  makes tHe  following statement   to  the  newspapers  in   Calgary:       ''I  have absolutely  no   interest   in   the  matter any more   than   an  ordinary  citizen.    The shares of my company  are not for sale, and  I have   no   interest in knocking Dingoian.    Only  I think that  following  the   general  depression   last  year people should  not be carried away by the mania of  speculation."  I   THE DAIRY       J. W. Hannam, Prop.  !   ?  irtfl^'ln Men's\Wear  Buy at Home  Kersmith ,&   Kickshaw     deal  in  wax and, Chinese eggs  and   carpet  tacks.     They   are  good   sports   in  everyway;   they  cough   up   money  every day.to make the town abetter  place in   which   to    live  and   push  your face.  Theyihire a dozen clerks  or more,  who   wait  on   patrons   in  their store.    Our cross-roads  burg,  they would upbuild, and see it   with  glad people filled, and   to  that  end  they  blow" their  scads     like   truly  patriotic lads.      But   when we need  of eggs a few,   we   send   away   to  Timbuctoo; and when a carpet tack  we wish it's shipped from Ypsilanti,  Mich.    Each has the notion   in    his  dome  that  things   are  best    away  from home, and so   we order  hods  and hats,   and   humming-birds   and  Maltese cats from strangers in some  town remote,+who would., not know  us from a"goat. '   ,We   strip, away  Clothing:  Underwear  Shirts  Shoes  Hats  Caps, etc.  Thos. Brown  "Everything1 a Man  Wears"  Nelson during Chahko "Mika week  The Royal hotel at Prince Rupert,  which has been in the hands of a  receiver for some time past, has  been sold to an out of town purchaser for $40,000 cash.  , rTwo\hundred, and    twenty-seven,  oi! companies/ with'   a total   capital-/ Tiiey do not paint the village pump,  ization of $200,000,000,   have   been /or bui,d a fence   around  the   dump  our hard-earned kale, and '"get out  fourth-rate junk by mail.. Say, are  we seers, or are we fools? Those  strangers don't support our schools  or keep the pedler on his beat, or  help   to   pave   Commerical    street.  NEW ICE CREAM PARLOR  We have arrang-ed 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 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.  incorporated under the laws   of  All  berta since the big oil excitement  A. Campbell, a contractor recently of Salmon Arm, owned a  quarter section of land near Calgary and sold it recently for $65,-  000.     The land was in the   oil belt.  After being in the water 35 minutes and given up by the doctors,  Kenneth Southern, aged three  years, who fell into a well at Port  Arthur, was resuscitated by a pul-  motor.  For the benefit of travelers from  Nelson to Spokane over the C. P.  R., dining cars have been placed on  trains No. 1 and 2 from Yank to  Spokane ou the Spokane-International line.  Pat Cdnnolly, claimant of the  world's heavyweight. wrestling  championship, defeated Americus in  Vancouver last Saturday "night in  straight falls. He won the first fall  in   54 minutes.  Three hundred thousand dollars'  worth of gold bullion, the first shipment of the season from the Fairbanks district in Alaska, was received at Seattle on . the steamship  Humboldt last week.  Harry K. Thaw, the man who  slew Stanford White and was adjudged to be   suffering from  brain-  If our old burg--   were > blown    away)  the   wouldn't   care   a   bale   of hay.  Kersmith & Kickshaw ought to  getj  the local trade, already   yet.���Walt]  Mason.  The Sensative Spot  Whether you are a salesman with  a  desire  to interest   customers,    a  religious    or    political    worker,   or  merely a friend, you   will  find   that  there is  a  chord   in    every   human  being   that   responds   to    the right  king   of a   touch.       The secret   of  friendliness lies in the ability to find  these   chords  and .make  them    vibrate.  In all our dealings with our fellows it is* necessary to touch their  interests if we wish a response.  The successful politician is the one  that promises the people the thing  that they want most, and that  makes good, at least, to some extent. The successful religious  worker is he who can put others to  work at tasks that appeal  to   them.  "The Zone" Is the Name  '���I  OB HILL HOTEL  A. O. Johnson, Prop.  L  First-Class Accommodation for Miners  FINEST OF W.IMES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN STOCK.  'PHONi; 72. -        YOUR  PATRONAGE SOLICITED.  storm when he did  it,   is   havinc*  nice time trout-fishing in the mountains of New Hampshire.  Paris this week was struck by  the worst storm in the history of  that ancient city. It caused loss of  life and enormous damage to property. Rain flooded the streets and  caused the  bursting of sewers.  John N Allen, police constable at  Kamloops was shot dead last Saturday morning. Me had apparently  been attacked by tramps, and his  body was found just at the entrance  of a shack which he had apparently  gone to search.  The Midway at the Panama-Pacific Exposition will be know as "The  Zone." For ice cream sundaes try  the frigid; go to the temperate for  lemonade, chicklets, chocolates,  chewing gum and fresh roasted peanuts, and thetropic for hot tamales,  tabasco sauce, chile-con-carni and  Mexican war  souvenirs.���Province  Hotel Brbokl|iflf  .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^  wm  flili  ?���&-<  ,    ,    STEAM HEATED.  O.'D.-'Bush, Prop.  ELECTRIC LIGHTEb^SI.'::::^J  Phoenix; (WM*  W'M  ���yyyyyy^}  y&yyyypm  tyyyimM  D. L. McELR<��!  SOLE AGENTS FOR PRINCETON COAL  Dealer in Lumber, Shingles, Lath  and Cedar Poles. Stull Laggan.  First:Class Fir & Tamarac Wood.  MOVING MACHINERY OUR SPECIALTY  'i  wm  mm  - i  i if  ! !  !   I  j  If Tired of Wood, try Princeton Coal  SMOKED MEATS, ETC.    I  I  H  n  1*1  1  We are carrying a special line of these goods. If  you are not already being supplied with our stock,  give us a trial order. Our ���'Shamrock" brands cannot be beaten. ' ��  P. BURNS & CO., LTD.  Wholesale and Retail Butchers and Produce Merchants  PHOEIMIN, B. C.���      PHONE 2  ;*--i  ���  < I'M  ^^^^^^^^^mmmmmmammm*mm*am^^mmm*******smssssmmm*mma^^^^mmm^nm^mms*\ -"���<*l  -  ' =^^^=^ISsmsUUmsKStBSaKmsmamimi^^BSmmmi^mmmmm-^mn iii . .' ' ,  '   ,   ,,..  ---, j, j    ��*,<���  ~-,< li^,'A \  Stationery, Confectionery and Fancy Goods  Kodak Supplies and Wall Papers.  All the latest Books and Newspapers.  Ite*  *$i  Phone 4-2 R hoe nix, B. C.  NEW VICTOR RECORDS  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,  Insurance Agent  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE GLASS,  COMMISSIONER FOR TAKING  AFFIDAVITS  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX, B-C.  QUTTON'C  OEEDO  Iforgardon tend farm ore best  forB.C.soil.Soe Catalogue for  solid guarantee of purity  and .germination  Send now for Copy fre��  Sutton &Sena.Th��Kind's Soodcicn  L  A.J . W o o d w 3rd  V'ei* >na      H       Vancouvoi  6l5Ftrf-Sr. 667Gronvillc Sh   :  ��i>f.C At ENTS MR BRITISH COLUtv aiA I  Greenwood    ^LcAg��  JLtIUC.  Leave Phoenix, upper town, S.45 a.m. >  "      ^     " lower town,   9.00a.m.  [Standard Time  Leave Greenwood 3.00 p.m. j  PROMPT  ATTENTaON  TO  EXPRESS AND  FREIGHT  J. FULLER, Proprietor  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  Sent  to any part of   the   Do-  miuiou for $2.00 a year. '���''''''T''*''"*''**'^''''**"'''*'''*-'"^ ��*��J-4��A����(*����'��*i."^*tJV,>>l-   '"���"M.*.  l-��j~��-.   ,)��.jJ     JU'j.ii1*1"  U*f  Lift- ', "',>.^   <    -' -. ��� ���  ar  T=r-rrrsr  l   *>^*Vili'>.*>'<TfcV.  *J>  mw it-ridLti^f hh  (  (TEdE   PlONEEft,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ���*k&-r -������' '  l��  ��� /  f  rV'  Local and General  The Beauty of w Sunlight  - is that it dispels the shadow that once hung  over wash day.. Your work is done in half  the time with half the effort.  Your finest linens, your fleeciest Blankets,  your daintiest whitewear ��� all call for Sun-  ^ light Soap.   The purest of materials, the most  careful manufacture and "a* $5,000 guarantee  ' of purity make this the soap that you should  always use. v , ^  ���W  Ralph    Sayers   returned    Tuesday  from Spokane.  Mrs. Bert Davis was down to Grand  Forks Tuesday.  Judge Mulligan was down  to Spokane during the week.  Tomorrow, June 21st, will   be the  longest day in the year.  P.  C. McWha was down to Grand  Forks during the week.  J. P. Houlahan, the sewing machine  agent, was in town Thursday. v  Mrs. 1. G. Spinks returned, last Sat-  uraday from a visit*to Spokane'  < J. A.  Morrin was down "��� to Grand  Forks on business during the week.'  Dr. W, H. Dickson arrived here  Thursday "eveningsfrom Vancouver.  Joe McDougall and family left Tuesday for Michigan to remain for some  time, ��� i ��� J  Miss Olson, sister of Charles Olson,  arrived in Phoenix from Sweden last  Saturday.  Mrs. Elmgren, and daughter and  two sons, are down at Spokane on a  short visit,  Mr. and Mrs. Munson went to Spokane Monday and will remain there  for a couple of weeks.  Alice fi[ughes is up-from Spokane  on a visit with her grandparents, Mr.  and Mrs. Wm. Murray.  Murial JUiller and Julia Biner are  home from Ward, Wash., where they  have bean attending school,  v Miss Emma Handberg of ,Spokane  arived in town Wednesday/ and is the I  guest of her sister, Mrs. Matson.  J. O. Johnson, section foreman on  the C. P. R. 'Phoenix branch,'left  Friday for his ranch near Northport,  Vancouver, where he will meet John  Dybhayn, the president of the B. O  district,' now resident at Prince Rupert. -  ���. * __  Kootenay in Early Days  , A. D. Wheeler, writing- in the  Nelson Daily News on some of his  early experiences around Ainsworth  on Kobtenay lake, gives many  reminiscenses that are of interest  at the present day.  In thofjp days he says there were  the usual freaks .among prospectors  who would only work in certain  formations. There was the forked  stick, dip compass, magnetic ball  and spiritualistic medium prospectors, and one man was so sensative  to ore indications that he had to sit  down , and/ rest or else fall from  dizzy sickness the instant he set  foot on a ledge.  In the early days of the Ainsworth  camp an expert was sent 'in by  the I  Norjhern "Pacific' railway company. J  After sizing up the situation he   reported   to  his   superiors    that    he  could handle  all   the" tonnage  that  country coiild produce with a wheel  barrow.    That engineer still carries  an   advertisement    in   the    mining  journals.    Today the camp is a   big  producer and has"a payroll -of $30,-  a month.      ; -   ' i  Theodore Roosevelt spent a week  around Ainsworth' in ; 1887. -He  was young and energetic, and par  ticularly interesting in his conversation. He shaved - with' a safety  razor, the first seen in that  part  of  DRUGS,DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES, HIGH-CLASS  STATIONERY, PBRFJJMES, CONFECTIONERY  Agent for the famous Nyal and Na-Dru-Co Preparations.  T. S. QUANCE  PHOENIX, B. C.  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  \>J I'  sT^pd  SSfe��^  ~y1  -,^  if f,  -     ^n,-,      ~   ~ * a        the   country.      The^ ibid    Hendryx  Thos. MoElroy came up from  Spo- "      ~  , - , .  me this week, and he and wife will  steamer Galena was making weekly  trips to Bonoers Ferry at the time  and a,shipment of ore' was being  sent out by her. Roosevelt helped  to load, workiog as hard "is anyone,  but never slackened in his line of  tafk. He was a most versatile'and  interesting- visitor. '   '"��� /        A  ' John F. Stevens, a young locating _ engineer, drifted' in^ from the  completed Canadian Pacific railway; later he jqined thejGreat' Nor-  kane this week, and he and wife will  make their home in Phoenix this  summer.  ' Walter G. Kennedy of* Greenwood  paid a visit to Phoenix last' Saturday,  and did considerable business in his  cigar lines. '       *\'      -  A, successful smoker was given in  the Miners' Union lodge rdom last  Saturday evening* for the beuefit of  Dave Lawley, the blind miner.    % -'"  The ever increasing demand for our  high-grade, milk and. cream makes Jt  necessary    that,    you    should   order  ahead.' Hanham��� "TKe-Dairy."- ,"'*;  - yj^��pM-Y^yi^*T^}^^^er, left  ,1 TvuM��V-far 'his'oiailiomo<in'-<,-Rnn;i*v.r  ther,n.staff and went,; on  mr  $m?>$8  if 4'  m  WLK AND CREAM  What Do You Know?  \tiC s  The rich quality bf our Milk .and  CT'?am/ 's ^gaining' new "patrons  f for us daily.     We solicit a trial.  Delivery, made to any part of the  .city.     Mail us a card.  Never mind how  strong you are. /  What do you Jcn6tv?    The man who!    James  Spurgeon,   fireman    on.    ^  fcnows is always wanted.   He never! Great Northern on J>he Phoenix-Grand  has to search the country' for a job. '  Mrs.. Rowlands returned * Thursday  from Victoria, where they were in attendance at the Odd Fellows' convention.  the  ^Roosevelt's  ok'^cHkrg e \pf \_ithg  --"���** :-  theman-Vei  the wonderful system Goethals   found in   force  there.  ��� �����> __  First Aid, Class   .  THE PHOENIX GARAGE  STRUTZEL St. 'HOWER,  PROPS.  KNQB   HILL   AVENUE  Agents for Goodyear Tires, Casings, Inner Tubes  .   Vulcanizin-g:���  A full line of accessories, including' Gasoline at very  / reasonable .Prices.  Tires Inflated Without Charge.  s  "MINERS'. UNION  dV  HOUSE  The PHOENIX DAIRY  " W. A. McKay & Sons, Props.  i^.    . .   .  ,.   - ���������-- --i.    Tbe first   aid   class   organized   in  r< *   x. v   ~         Forks run, is taking a layoff and   will/Ph    -���-.., ���    .,      ,,.    /'���  Get   busy,, man,   and  get  to know spend the  next few   weeks   visitiW "     by Dud,ey Mitchell, on  be  something���for your own sake, for your/ with relatives. -   | half of  the   department   of mines,  slfcf*^ noW  weH  ertablished   and    the  male gocS g   ��   y��U *��| Can^����  Bank   of   Commerce,    left  members are making favorable pro  Po it, then. ' I yesterday   morning   to   be   awky a gress.    Tbe first lecture was  tfven  ^���o.s.^MPma.l!smbJzT^T^l^Db:tZ^   '     Extra Special  SIX=  -FOR  ONE   NIGHT  ONLY"  =REELS== SIX  The Sfrathcona Hotel  s     .    NELSON, B.C.  nr  W'-V-t-1  8team Heated Throughout  The Finest Accommodation for  the Travelling Public.  grit to dig in  Mail the Coupon below today as a re  = [ quest for free information.  Do it now, "later" never comes.  Coupon  B. C. Agency, Interna'tipnal Correspondent Schools/j3ox 25,L  Grand Forks, B. C.  Kindly let me know how I may acquire  a complete knowledge of the subject for  which I have marked x-  Blectrioal Enginew    , I Show Card Writing  Oynamo Running,       I Shorthand  KectrioCarKunninff  [Bookkeeping  DININGROOM    SERVICE  UNEXCELLED.  Steam Engineering  BuiMfnjy   and*  Contracting.  Mechanical tttavrlttse  "Drafting  /  A  Nine Weli.Ujshted  Samplerooms.  ���IAS.  Phono IS  MARSHALL, PROP.  AMUtmrMU Wanning  WitiiLglZtifdneerinie  3>S hie yotrrmti-  4cv    Great Bargain  Ten acres of choice fruit land on the  beautiful Arrow Lakes. Suitable for  poultry or fiuit zanch; easily cleared-  lake frontage. Will be sold at a sacrifice, if taken at once. Apply Box 133,  Phoenix.  FOE SALE  The ForW JfeBfrf��*,ce off Stasfcto  Ave., iDtifotftatr SfeUble- aYtd' tow bte  tote, alf feneed���tfoi* 4000; one' fi*^  Gown, balance to smfi.-  Agent.  Church Services  c  |60LD WATCH FREE.I  S2?   f*?m   ���"���  e����*Mt��l>M  WKthoi   to   OtOtti��nUul\  ����pla aU   era,   ifi  "Olid     f3      (,      J,a���  ���dTfirtlMmrat. Now  l�� roar tbtneo to  obtain oim. Writa  now. mcleilm, M  ymta lot ma of our  fuhlooabls Iikdleii'  "w>a�� Outrd*. or  Gmia' AHwrtu. ���mit  "n-loBB mid to wear  ��rtfhUi9 watch, which  will bo gixon VfiM  (thaw wotehoi i���  HUfurantcod fire yoats}  ���buttld roa taio ad'  Hfoaa  tabu     v.  ����, wuitaja of our minol  wfU ba ����lteSl-^Vl��r.tAMB  *  rrSv��''t&. . YoI��  Sk John's Chnroh-Srtftdftfysi Holy  Corr.mnnion, ��a.m ; Matins, Km a,m.j  woiy Gommnnior, and terttum, 11 a.m.i  Simday school, % j,Mttt IfavtAn*: at*.  Jfc*., 7 30. Wer^k dnyin MtMna* 1M>t  Evensong, 7.S**/.  Tli�� stated services in the Catholic  church are oh follow*; Vital and third  Sunday* in the month. Mam at 10  a.m., Sunday School at 2.30 pm.;  inning Service- at 7.30 p.m. Rev.  father C. Pellet for, pastor.  St. Andrew's chiireh (Presbyterian)  -Sfrvfc-o, Sunday next, Juno 21, at  '���i:l�� p. in., Sunday school ut 'J p.m. All  wel< ome.   Kev. J. R. Munro, minister.  M -*thodist Chinch - Sen ice every  Sun Jay at 11 a. m. Conduc. ed by the  pustoi, Rev. J. h. Kobhins.  the acting manager  James Porter, while playing football last Sunday, injured 'his knee  quite badly and spent three days in  the hospital. He is out and 'around  again, but it will be some time .before  he will be able to resume work.  Emil Carlson and Harry Sewell are  qver at Christina lake today getting  everything in readiness for the big  celebration there Monday. Danny  Deane will also go down and make^the  necessary preparations" for serving  lunch on the big day.  -N.  Prof. W. B. Marks is in Spokane  and has charge of Prof. Boulay's  dancing school, while the latter is  away on a vacation. Prof. Marks  m an old timer in the Boundary and  fewi winter conducted dancing? classes  fc-oth in Phoenix and Girand Forks.  The new No. 7 Oliver typewriter is  tftetit���� lt�� operation, b��ut sonorous in  ite bid it* pepularliy. It is being  swept, ahead cm the tfile of popular  approval ttt itfl proud- pi ace far in the  forefrotttand to the %(hest pinocle ih  ihe: typewriter using vrorld. Call at  the Pioneer office and, inspect this  machine,   Q. Kay, agent;  Tonight at the Minei���� Union Opera  heu��e a moving picture depicting the  lif�� of Jesus Christ from the manger  to the cros* in five rqe'ia will be shown.  The rental of these fUmis will cost the  management $35 air me, so it can be  seen that the attia ction is a special!  by Dr. Millar yesterday. morning,  and the second was by Dr. Ritchie  last evening-. These lectures are  given'every Friday, in the mornings  from 10 to 11, and in the evenings  from 8 to 9. The pulmotor and  breathing apparatus to be used in  the Granby -mine arrived  yesterday.  'The Life of Jesus Christ'  from the Manger-to the Cross ��� in Four Reels.  This Kalem masterpiece will, positively be the best  ever shown in Phoenix, having cost the management  considerable to show it here, is deserving of the most  liberal support of the show-going public.  Cockrane WilB Sing Appropriate Songs  M. H. O. Milk Tests  Samples of the milk delivered to  the citizens of Phoenix for the  month of May have been tested by  the city medical health officer. Following is the result: 'McKay, 3.40  per cent fat. Hannam, 3.80 per  cent fat. Tromblay/ 3.40 per cent  fat. The total of solids in each  case "was normal.  I   MA  ������BBHHBW  ADMISSION  MATINEE  10c. and 15c.  5c.     "     15c.  CITY OF PHOENIX  NOTICE  LAND ACT  Evan Rowlands Hurt  Evan Rowlands 'was quite seriously v,hurt while working iai the  mine last Friday ni^ht; HeOiad ah  arm broken, severa| teeth knocked  out and his tongue badly cut. He  was confined to ^the .'������"hospital.'for  a for several days, but is again able  to be but and around.  one.   This makes it    necessary to advance the price of rtdmission slightly  James Cochrane,   the   popular   baritone, in on the pr ogram  for a couple  of selections.  Ed Strand, the. general organizer of  the Scandinavian Aid & Fellowship  Society (S. H. & B. P.) throughout  the United States and Canada, will be  in Phoenix on or about June 22nd, and  mos, likely take part m the Eugle-  Scai.dinavinn picnic ab Christina lake  on June 22nd. He will work in the  inte est of the organization in this  pro< mce for a time. He will leave  Phoimx shortly after    the picnir for  Boundary Football Schedule  May  1���Grand Porks at Mother Lode.  V   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.  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  1014, will be held at the City hall, Phoenix, B.C.,; on Wednesday, the 24th day 1  of June, 19ia. at 10 a.m.  ' W7X. Perkins, City Clerk,  Dated at Phoenix, E.G.,  May8th, 1914. ^  Slmilkajieen Land District  District of Yale.  TAKE NOTICE that I, David Lawrence McElroy, of Phoenix in. Yale  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  West 20 chains; thence South 40  chains; thence East 20 chains.  ������**." David Lawrence, McElroy.  Dated 23rd March, 1914. ,  In the course of one year more  thar .6000 persons were identified by  thei- finger prints in the London  polii-.e court.  Phoenix Club  iS a  {  .'is  0f   W  i 1  V

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