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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jun 27, 1914

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 ^v��k,;;;^  The largest copper mines in  .the Dominion are situated  at Phoenix, Tho Granby  Co. employs 600 men, and  has a monthly pay roll of  over $50,000, while the Rawhide pa/ roll is $18,000.  .  FIFTEENTH YEAR  Devoted to the Interests of the Bou��*-     ._,  ,  __ ne B��unclary mning District  TSX; PkOKNIX PlONEEB 1*  published ' in the highest  municipality In Oanoda���  altitude,- 4800 ft. The- city-  has, a" population of 1,&)0,  and possesses first-class  hotels, opera house, schools  EAGLES-S.fi. &E.F.  SUCCESSFUL PICNIC  r  Special Train Loaded with  Excursionists at Phoenix  ���Big Day at Christina.  When   the    people    of    Phoenix  undertake anything-  they have   the  knack of carrying  it  through   to  a  .successful   conclusion.       This   was  again  demonstrated  last     Monday  when the Eagles and   the   members  of the Scandinavian Aid and Fellowship Society  held   a joint picnic at  Christina lake.     It is estimated that  fully 200 people   from   Phoenix   a  tended.    The  special   train   in   the  morning carried about A50- people,  and fully 50~more went down   during the  da;    by   automobile.      The  weather wa.i all that could be desir  ed,   and   the   people   turned    them  Men's 10O yard dash���;E.. C.  Johnson, 1st; P. C. McWha, l2od.  Lndies' egf* and .spoon race���Mrs.  A. S. Murray, 1st; Mrs. T. Nelson,  2nd.    '  ,Swimming race���H. Sawrey, 1st;  P. Rostad, 2nd.  Hillcrest Victims Buried  Almost    directly    under     Turtle  mountain,   natural    graveyard     of  the Frank slide of a few years   ago,  was enacted Sunday   afternoon   the  last great tragic scene  of  the   Hill'  crest disaster  B  ^C.   Mining     I      Eklund Was Winner'  Over 150 bodies  of 1104 ���   -. -7��� j-��'f���� ��P ioi wnen he took two falls n.  Rowing race���(single skull) E. C ��� ~~_.w3  ui   104 in Toronto a few days ago, .  Johnson, 1st; P. C. McWha, 2nd.      miners were laid away with   funeral  being several points below par.  Rowing    race    (double'< skull)���  rites'   whi,e  around  stood  widows  {��� ������-���   ���  Johnson   and   Cook,   1st;    Lindsay  weeping and not - a  few  sympahiz-  and Cosk'er,  2nd. ers-  Greasy pole���P. Rostad. Tne   funeral' was  an    impressive  One mile running race���P. C. one, aJ1 the more on account ot its  McWha, 1st; H. Manning 2nd; Eli si,e,1t participant and the little towa  Pleciash, 3rd.  Ore of good grade has been found Uf^60" Ek,Und' ���<��<���� weight  on the 400 foot level of the 1*^^* "^ ��f C��nada' ���  m,ne. Jewe'  another victory in Phoenix Wednes  Consolidated stock jumned un to   _-?  ^ 3t  thC    ��Pera    Ho^e,  * ����� Toronto a ^7^1^^ ^ <?�� "����� ** ��*   ^d!  The first  race���G.-W. McAul-  Pleciash, 3rd.  Old   Man's  iffe, 1st.  Throughout   the   afternoon     and  Phoenix   '      evening the Ironsides   orchestra did  their  part   in   keeping  the   day enlivened,   and   their   music  was well  appreciated  ...    ...w    .HUG    tUVVH  of Hillcrest will for many a day date  its time from that tragic Sunday.  Outside   the    Union    hall,    from. ,      , ,     ,"","*"   ~UH *"'  ....        .      . ... ..1        they have organized  a leasing com  which place the victims  were   taken   .   ' �� ��  to the grave,  was a scene   of grief.  ITT-  GRANBY ISSUES  DIVIDEND CHECKS  .. .      /.  Will Produce Between 45,-  000,000 and 50,000,000 lbs.  Copper Yearly at 10c.  Granby stockholders are receiving  with their dividend checks the following statement from President  Nichols:  "The three furnaces of our  new  smelter at Anyox are now running.    Naturally   some  time must elapse ���  The  wrestling: match advertised  before the exact  amount or cost of  between  Nellie  Eklund   and    Eva our norma, output-ao  be kaown,   ,  Nelson failed to materialize, through but __  unexpected difficulties have  Miss  Nelson   failuur  tn  **���*  '���-  ��� ai���i ���   ��� ��� "  V  &>������  ��.  fr���;  ���f  ._ .������, yai.    It fall was accomplished in 26 minutes  is now slightly over par, and the second in six minutes.    Hill  ' The first carload of ore was ship- weighed 190 pound,, and is a power-  ped from Telkwa last week.. It f"' man physicially, but he lacked  was from the Thoman property in experience which his opponent pos-  Hunter basin. It.is a high grade sessed, neither did he have the  silver proposition. wind-    The match was a good one,  Clothier Bros, have taken a three  ^vtever, --<�� for a time it looked in  year   lease  on "the  Silver Cup and  fav_or of the Finlaoder.  am  Masonic Grand Officers  selves loose and enjoyed them��*iM" following officers were,   elect  to the fullest.      Many   took   advanSed   **   ^   MaS��"ic *���A 'W 'AZrT^ T ^ "*   ��f ^etsi'oad of ore.       Thirty tons' made To  y advan.|lts   Iosjngr session _fc .^      * "^ ��P��jd   �����d   kisses   irnprinted   the carload this t.Ve^hich^ _5  G.M..-Jame. Stark,   Vancouver.   ��V,   ,C��W hpS ��f the loved one..       Packed   down   from   the    mine    _"  .? V^JXr: ��f. *���.-��������� hk h������     The  ore wiTun 2  mm  ���tmk-  wt  j      .rv��     auvdll-  tage of the beautiful sheet of  water  -   and went boating or swimming, and  the dancing element kept the  pavil-  lion crowded al) afternoon and evening.  Probably    the    wrestling   match  between Clarence Eklund and   Herb  Neil   was   the    biggest    attraction  pulled off on the grounds during the  -^day.     Neil proved   a   hard   nut for  Eklund to crack.     In   fact  after    it  was over   Eklund   made   the   statement that Neil was the hardest man  outside of a professional that he had  ever tackled.    Neil proVed  to   have  plenty of strength, but he   was   not  as proficient at the game.      It   took  Eklundjthirty-four and  a   half .min-  "utes,tp,'th'row-, him. t Billy'Biner was  "' i-The b*_seballrBrarne was a.drawing:  card.* Phoenix won by a score of  16 to 15 over Grand Forks. Spur-  geon, Mclntyre and Sayers comprised the Phoenix batteries.  Of the other sports  were.the winners:  Boys' race���Teddy  Danny Deane,   2nd.  ' Girls'    race���Gladys     Lashleigb,  1st;   Nellie Johnson, 2nd.  pany    composed    mostly    of New  ..���^ ��. suciiB   or   grief. , ��� .       ��� . ���_��.. ..mo  .... .    .... , _    t't.        Hazelton and Prince Rupert people.  "��� ",,w  Wives  and children  wept together This wiI1 make another mine ^    fat-   Miss  Ne,son   fa'-,in*  t0 Put in  -  been disc/osec  and even strong men   broke  down    .      ^ ^^ appearance.     Wh.ie-tr.ming on the ca, appliances or M to,character  of  Widows .were  led   away from   the     *        ,,     .     ���.        ,   ,     .    ^ J  afternoon of the match she sprained thm __���      Th, ��hinm#nt�� of rnnn.r  l^fnorlo-arpnnrhphnrl^nfthwr      The   Hams   Mines  Ltd.    loaded  , ���__���_.*!!*    the ores.      Ihe shipments of copper  last tond gaze on the bodies ot their her arm, and did not   feel equal   to __ ear. ������..^.... j  husbands and moist eyes of the   on-   and dipped from New   Hazelton on  fhp ^���.    lookers were not a few.     It was not   Wednesday   last  their   fourth    car-  infrequent  that the lids   of caskets  '��ad of ore.      Thirty tons made   up  been disclosed either as to mecbani  the   following 11  i  *! j Ju,y  Bertoin,  G.M.,���^James Stark,   Vancouver  D.G.M.���W. C. Ditmar, Vancou  ver.  S.G.W.���William    Astley,   Van  couver.  J. G. W.���Dr. Corsan, Fernie  G.T.���H.   H.  Watson,   M.L.A  Vancouver.  P.G.M.G.S.���Dr.   Wolfe  Smith,  New Westminster.  Among the district" deputies are:  No. 6, J. W. Grier, New Denver;  No.. 7, F. W. Maclean, Greenwood;  No. 8, J. C. Pitts, Windermere;  No. 9, D. W. Sutherland, Kelowna.  Grand historian is Rev. -C. C.  Hoyle, Lardner; grand chaplains are  Rev. J. Hinchliffe; ChiUiwack,,'EmH  1 John*.*"?. R&s?l?����v   iJ^ ^-Vrf,--*-v.  ' 'Automobile"Raffle'-'' ~>f  The drawing for the   Ford   runabout   is   now   announced   to  take  place in the   Miners'   Union   Opera  House      next    Saturday     evening,.  4th.     Almost   all    of  the   800j  t....mu vi supper      ..*. equal  to so far receive<j are 0f unusual purity  the occasion of tackling   a  profes- Mnfi tt,m .,���, �����  sional with such a handicap.  The   preliminary    between    two I   v     w.u   will    II  are:   Rescued 41; dead, 196; bodies  hi��h' ifnot a ,itt,e better' than   the  recovered,   185;   bodies   identified,   previous shipments made . capacity of re  162; unknown, 23.  The unacounted      The first shipment of ore samples and- h;s dec;s;  for list still remains at 11. for 'the   Panama exposition    from  fa;rne_s  ��� New  Hazelton   will  be sent ont by  May Attend Chahko Mika  the Dist��ct Mine Owners'  Associa  '   tion this week.     The   shipment   in-  There  is   a   movement   on    foot eludes several hundred pounds  and   _w����_ft    UUI li(  and the value of precious metal content exceeds our expectations.  "Some  inconvenience and  delay  have, been   suffered    through    the  action of the Canadian   government  in   restricting immigration, but it is  ���--    "J   "w not expected to have any permanent  capacity of referee for the  evening,  effect on our estimated-labor  cost.  and his decisions w��r�� -.-.-������-��   - ���������  Phoenix boys was lively for  the   IS  minutes that it lasted.    This ended  with honors even.  Young   Maxwell    acted    in  the  ons were marked with           ^.. IUUI  amongst the automobile owners of  Phoenix to attend the Chahko Mika  celebration at Nelson on Boundary  day, Wednesday, July 15th, in a  body. It is believed that some ten  cars will participate in the trip.  Phoenix has been asked to declare  that day a holiday. - Of course' on  that day'there will' be the , regular,  half-holiday'Jor. ;the',sS.pres  An invitaf""**"      ���  fast as  owners  will   be  about fifteen samples. As  the prospectors and mine  bring their samples in they  packed and sent forward.  A small output of silver-lead ore  is being maintained at the St.  Eugene mine, at Moyie, and prospecting^ for other ore shoots is being  continued.-" Other-m-�����������*-:-- :    *' '  Operations   at   Grand   Forks   and  Phoenix are proceeding as ugual.  This definite information  that  no  smelting  difficulties  are  being ex.  perienced at the Hidden creek plant  should remove any doubts that may'  have   been   entertained    concerning  Granby's   future.    It' may now  be  figured  that, the  company  wilt be  able to produce between 45,000,000  and   50,000,000 . pounds  of  copper <  annually at a cost  of  not over i ten,'.':.  cents, a 'pounds* - "*������*    ���   t;he mayor;and members of the city  council to be the guests of the  management of the Chahko Mika  on that day.  Thos. Fisher Killed  Another fatality occurred at Phoe  mx on Thursday afternoon, when  Thomas Frsher was killed in the  400 foot level of the Granby. ' ln  climbing a raise after some blasting  had been done a rock came down on  him, kilhng htm almost instantly.  Deceased   was  an * old' ** - i ���  jst.   tickets have been sold.  Houses are scarce in  Sandon  the first time in many years.  foi  Wm  i:  More Hindus Coming-  mmw  With   400   Hindu    passengers on j has  board,     the      Norwegian      steamer /years.  Christian Micbelson,    bas   left   Cal  cutta for Vancouver, via   Shanghai  Her    passengers      were      carefully,  r '     The Phoenix  ^tuated^ntheJiame^de^or^  lake as the St. "Eugene^ feroUp, ^nA  the Aurora, directly across from the  latter.      No work has been done on  the Aurora for a year or  more,   but i    prospecting   is   being    done on   the I ag-e>   an<*   was   a   men  Society Girl property, on which   ore j?h��'oix Mi���*' Union.       His   wifc/il that its"st7Cfc w7/'J^ U^n  -   Bee.   foUQd  and   -ed In past fe-^^^^^^^  u^^ r.  r* h*'a "-W she   i*/.wrortA , these prices.���Boston . Com  country;   and   he% WaS ; planning - to \are;suffictent. to 'W_butii:,t.ti^  bring them out here io a short time. I tinue   thU   rat^  r��f ���..--*"..*:  Deceased   was about   30   years  of  age,   and   was  a  member   of    the  tinue this rate of production' and  earnings for a very great many  years, it is reasonably to  be expect  �� -    T                ~��   ��� ___.  Sporting Events~in Brief  will  'beard from.  mericaJ.  selected for physical fkness an7e_ch I      The Ph��e���   baseball   team  man is free from disease and provid-   F1^ ^ ^public on July Fourth.  ��� ��� ��� 0f\     The Trail football team will come  over to Grand'Forks   Sunday, June  ed with the requisite amount  money. The steamer is. under charter to a Calcutta woman of wealth,  but it is understood that a Parsee  merchant of Bombay,, named Jam-  setjee, is interested in a Canadian  emigration scheme on a large scale.  'Phone 56  O. Box 309  Strawberries,  Tomatoes,  Young Onions,  Young Radishes,  Lettuce  Green Peas,  Asparagus,  Water Cress,  Radishes,  New Potatoes,  CSl*Vs��tt       d#W*��       C^I*%-'��  ���a?  ������ *w ' . '���'  New Job for Norcross  F. S. Norcross, of Greenwood,  superintendent of mines for the B.  C. Copper company, now has his  headquarters at Copper mountain,  near Princeton. P. E. Crane succeeds him as superintendent of the  Motherlode near Greenwood and  the Rawhide mine at Phoenix. Mr.  Crane, is an old timer in this part  of the country and was formerly  on the staff of the Granby company  His promotion is a   deserving  one  PLEASE ORDER EARLY.  First Aid Work  Dudley Michell, instructor in  first aid to the injured for the provincial department of mines, has  just about completed his work here  and has turned.his attention to   the  28th, when the Kootenay and Boundary   champions     \yill    play    what  promises to be an enthusiastic game.  Charlie Lucca,   the   little   Italian  lightweight  boxer,   who   will   meet  Frenchy Vaise   at   Nelson  on  July  15th for the lightweight  championship of Canada, states that he   is in  the best  of shape   for  the   coming  bout.     He was at the   Halcyon   hot  springs for a few weeks.  At Vancouver Monday night Pat  Connolly, the champion wrestler,  failed to throw Bob Sutherland of  Kelowna three times in an hour,  as was the arrangement. Connolly  succeeded in pinning the big police  chief to the mat only once, and it  took him 52 minutes to do that.  Challenge to Eklund  The following challenge has been  received at the Pioneer office:  I w��ould like to meet C. Eklund  in a catch-as-catch-can wrestling  match to be held in   Phoenx, B. C.,  o..u ..��.-> Luincu.nis attention to   tne j match to be held in   Phoen  Motherlode mine  near  Greenwood, J about the   middle  of July.     I   will  where he recently organized a class, j put a $100 side   bet.     My weight is  190 pounds. T. REINHOLD,  Curlew, Wash, j  Clarence Eklund informs the Pio-1  neer that he is prepared to take   on  Reinhold at the time   mentioned   or  little   later,   the    match   to   take  with Dr. McLean  He will later go to  the Slocan.  as    instructor.  Ainsworth  and    tr. \j. Jtsox 3U1  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  Smelters Dividend  A dividend of   two  per   cent,   un j a   little   later,   the    match   to   t  the   paid-up   capital   stock     of  the  p|ace jn Phoenix and the  money  Consolidated    Minintr   anrl   Clm^lrino-   i i--t ���-    i>--    ���.?.... <v  GREEN VEGETABLES  (  Fresh Arrivals Every Hay  Consolidated Mining and Smeltins  Company of Canada, Limited, for  the quarter ending June 30th, 1914,  being at the rate of eight per cent.  per annum, has been declared, payable July 1st, 1914, to holders of record on the 15th day of June.  to  r   "  "   *"~    "'"~j     ���  be posted in the  Pioneer office   beforehand.  A disastrous fire swept Revei-  st ike Wednesday night. A jreft  p< rtion of the upper part  town Ik4s been wiped out.  of  tha'K  Strawberries       Rhubarb        Green Onions  Radishes Cucumbers Lettuce  Fancy Tomatoes       Spinach Asparagus  Cabbage, Oranges and Bananas.  , !|-f':  THE   PlONEEB,    PHOENIX,   BBITISH   COLUMBIA.  of the whole country goes out to  them in their hour- of trouble.  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  issued weekly ,,  at Phobmix, British Colombia  Subscription", 2.00 per year  2.50 to United States. /  G. Kay, Publisher,    v  , ,   ADViKXISINO SOALK   ,  Application tor Liquor Licence (30 dayri .. $6.00  Aprllotttion tot Tranefv ot Llocnoo' *7.S0  Owittcat�� ot Improvement notice (60 days) S7.fi0  Application to Pnrohaae Land notices (00 dayi)  \ I $7.60  Delinquent Co-owner notices (90 days) ���$10.00  Small Water Notices (80 dayi) $7.��  Delinquent Oo-Ownewhip notloes 90 days $25.00  DupUoat* Certlnoat* of Title notice* $8.00  Cards ot Thanks, M oenti.  AJIother legal odvarUalnff, IS oenta a line,  single .column, tor the first insertion; and 8  ecnte a lino for each subsequent insertion, nonpareil moiuiuroment.  Display ' ada 31.00 p <? 'neh,   ulngle  * column,   per month.   Transient  ads.  60c. per inch, per issue; aubsequent in  oertions, 35c. per inch.  That   revolutionary", suggestion  being   put forward    by   the  president of the Calgary    Consumers*  league that all  public school   children should be dressed in  a suit  of  uniform���the boys in khaki and the  girls'in   denim    suits���'has    many  points to commend it.' .But if those  parents blessed  with  a surplus  of  this world's wealth would only exercise discretion and not array their  offspring  after  the   fashion    of so  many _epartment store  manequins,  there would be an end to the  heartburnings  among  the    children    of  those,' less    fortunately   situated.  Such' a step as' suggested might reduce the strain in the already  overworked  domestic  exchequers,    but  what is of more   importance   would  be the lessening in   numbers  of insufferable snobs that  unfortunately  are ���< beginning  to    -bound   in   this  supposedly democratic west.  The Tango Foot  Saturday, June-27, 1914  Many a man these days  money  in . bis   pocket  because  does not own an automobile.  The seceders from the Western  Federation of Miners over at Butte  are said to be composed mostly  of members of * the I. W. W.  Of the 20 on the new executive  committee the'majority are mem-  has .realjbers of that organization, and J. E.  Tango foot is the very newest  disease. It is becoming prevalent  wherever the new dances are in  vogue, and physicians in all the  large cities report a steadily increasing number of cases.  The trouble is all due to the immense strain put upon the' muscles  and tendons by the latter-day  dances, especially the tango and the  maxixe, and to some extent the  complicated figures of the hesitation waltz. As everybody who has  attempted the new dances knows  they call for great flexibility of the  ankle. Over indulgence in dancing  can easily set up the inflammation  in which doctors now identify as  tango foot.  The first symptom is usually a dull  pain on the front of the leg just  above the ankle. During the next  few days the pain becomes more  marked and there is considerable  stiffness when the footis bent. Going up and down stairs is painful,  especially the latter. The flesh of  the affected region is sensative  the slightest pressure.  Simple cessation from dancing  and a limited' amount of walking  is all that is usually necessary to  effect a cure.  Spoiled the Show >  There is a good story of an *actor  who was depicting on the stage a  powerful; pathetic part. He was  made up marvelously to look starved  to skin and bone, tottering on the  verge 'of death from starvation,  gasping for breath and weak from  emanciation.  Still he had on his fingers a flashing diamond ring, and the sarcastic  gallery reproved him for it one  night. At the critical moment the  hero faltered out in agony to the  gallery: "Good heavens! if this  fails, what shall I do?"  The answer floated unexpectedly  from the top seats:  "Pawn yer ring!"  The act was spoiled.  Seventeen Cents a Day /  Buys an Oliver Typewriter  Full of Prunes  to  The weather man is muddled;  He's full of the festive prune;  For he's turning on Decomber  When he Bhould cub loose on June.  Coming: Events  he  A bumper prune crop is predicted  this year.v This will be cheering  news for boarding house keepers.  ���Ms.  M" -  rajs''-'' j ��*  J'3r>>iV'V..- '  Between the money that is sent  east to ..'Detroit, and other, eastern  manufacturing'cities for autombiles  and-that  sent'back  to  Italy' and  " other 'European countries by the  foreign'wage earners in this 'country, it is little wonder that money is  ,scarce in the mining camps of the  Boundary and Kootenay. - ^  ���,    It is estimated that there are  upwards of 30,000 Asiatics in  British  Columbia,varid yet how. many homes  ;��� v have > they.'-build?, r .These .-Asiatics,  Bradley, the chairman, is  the   local  leader.    It has been common gossip  for a long time .'that there  was  dis-  sention Jin the  ranks   of the ' Butte  union,   and   the   Michigan    strike  brought matters to a   climax.    Out  of the assessment funds it is charged  that $12,000 disappeared, and  that  when inquiries were made the president of the union told the  inquirers  that "mice got into, the union  safe  and  ate  the  currency."    Some   of  the officers have  grown  rich, it  is  said, and Jive in  fine homes.    Six  years ago,the  union   had  $210,000  in its treasury, and today it is  said  to be empty.    A few'years ago  the  union had two salaried , officers, the  secretary receiving $3;50 a day and  the;treasurer $25 a quarter., Now,1  Wcordingitq. the "rebejs.'^there,are  Hard to Understand  There are many problems in this  world that are too deep for human  understanding. Colonel George  Ham, publicity agent for the C. P.  R., and a distinguished writer, and  after dinner, speaker, once put  this proposition up to a celebrated  Canadian minister to whom he was  talking.  "Suppose," said Col. Ham to the  minster, "suppose that a young  brakemao marries a sweet girl, and  that after their honeymoon has  ended, he takes up his routine  work. One morning' he bids her  good-bye, and takes his place on  the train. Stealing a ride on the  same train is a hobo. A wreck oc-  curs.  /.The   young, rbrakeman , is  Chahko Mika celebration Nelson,  July 13 to 18.  Vancouver Fair, September 3rd  to 5th.  Spokane Interstate Fair, September 12 to 20.  KingEdward Lodge  No. 36, A.F. and A.M.  Regular communication at 8  ���_>.m.   Second Thursday of  each month,  fruergent meetings as called; Masonic  HaU, McHale Block.  John Ftn__y, JrI,  Secy.  W. J.  PlERCB,  W.M.  I. O. O. F.  Snowshoe Lodge  No. 46  Meets every Monday Evening at  Miners' Ha_. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  A. L. MKinnon, Noble Grand.  Wm. Oxley, Fin. Secy.  B. K, Barnes, Rec. Secy.  *   This amazing offer���the New Model American Oliver Typewriter No. 5 at 17c. a Day���is open to everybody, everywhere.  "* 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 afford to own Olivers. By utilizing spare moments for practice they may fit themselves for more important positions.    A small first payment brings  the  machine, then you  save 17c. a day and pay monthly.  G. KAY, Agent, Phoenix.  Travel East via The  Great Northern Railway  ANNOUNCEMENT  ,4��-fVf  can be classed as an' enemy . to  country.  Sometimes a stampede or  excite  ment, does , not, have!the  expected j--������"; r"���^" 7,  effect pa fa city.    Take the   case of j   *. <This powdee will   be  effective,  replied   the physician     after    com  Take the case ,of  Calgary as an .instance. While the  oil boom attracted several thousand  persons, it is said it .paralyzed all  the business of the city except the  hotel, restaurant and hotel trade.  Practically alf-'lines* of merchandizing, .are at a standstill, and merchants 'generally,' are doing'little but  watch the oil stock' rush.  have had his   existence ended, and  "Doctor," said he, "I'm a victim  tne brakeman should have  escaped,  of insomnia. <  I can't sleep if there's   It js thjs malign sportiveness  in the  the least noise, such as a cat on the   unjverse that does more   than   anything else   to  destroy  men's   belief,  in God."  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES  Summer,. Excursion   Fares|��^m^|  \L'l_tJ'', Final; Limit   ~       *     '"" " '"'" ~'"  ^Routes ^aJrid4'tLiberal,  New York .". .^'X $108:50 " ^tiu^W&^y&Wto).  Halifax    129.35     Twin Cities.' ;���.. ������.   .     60.00'  Philadelphia ...168.50 7      . ���  J. V. INGRAM, Agent, Phoenix-  pounding a prescription.  "When do I take it, doctor?"  * ,"You don't take it.      You give it  to the cat in a little milk."  Casey on a Strike.  The Hillcrest 'disaster\s just another reminder: of the danger .at-  tached to mining. It also brings  home the_ fact that no matter how  higbjthe wages'are, the miners   are  never adequately  compensated ^ for j  We'worW they "do and the risks they  take.    In the Hillcrest. disaster, as  . is usually the case, the women   and  children   of the   men    killed    have  it  been1 left without means of s'Upport  r       r  for the time being.    The   sympathy  The bases all were filled with men.  The conflict was_t tie;  When mighty Casey, came to bat  With murder in hiseye.^  Just then a walking delegate" '  Meandered down the pike,  And Casey threw his bat away���  The union called a strike.  Princeton wants a dentist.  Shoes that Fit!  We make a specialty of Miners'  Shoes; good fit, nice Bhape, and  -  nothing but the beBt of stock used  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  NICK PALORCIA,  Knob Hill Ave.        Phoenix, B.O.  CANADIAN  tifliii  Are your feet' hot,  sore and blistered ? It  so, try Zam-Buk. As  soon as Zam-Buk is  applied�� it cools* and  soothes injured, smarting skin and tissue.  Its rich, refined herbal essences penetrate  the skin; its antiseptic  properties prevent all  danger of festering or  inflammation from  cuts or sores; and its  healing essences build  up new healthy tissue.  For stings,1 sunburn, cuts,  burns, bruises, etc. just as  effective.  " Mothers find it invaluable  for baby's sores.  All Druggth and Stony, 50c box.  Reduced Fares _ Summer  'A  of 1914  On sale June 1st to September 30th.  Final   Return  limit, October  31st.  gives QUICK BELIEF  Winnipeg, $60.00 Montreal, $10��;00  St. Paul - 60,00 St. John - 120.00  Chicago - 72.50 Halifax - 129.35  Toronto  - 92.00 Mew York 108.50  Compartment Observation Cars, Electric Lighted  Standard Sleepers.  "Canadian Pacific Service"  J. V. W8URPHY,  DISTRICT PASSEN JER AGENT, NELSON, B. C.  Phoenix Aerfe Ho. 158  Meets in Union Hall, Friday Evenings.  Visiting brothers are always welcome.  Dak Patterson, W. P.  T. B. CLARKE, W. Secy.  K. of P. Lodge,  No. 28  Phoenix,  B.C.  Meets Tuesday Evening at 7.80.  Sojowning brothers cordially wel  corned. .'  N. Davidson, C. C.  E. E. Barnes, K. of R. S.  PYTHIAN SISTERS  ���Mountain Temple Lodge Ne. 17  Meets in Pythian Hall, Lower Town  ' Second and Fourth Thuradays. '  Mrs.  Geo. Barnes,  M.E.O.  Mrs. A. D. McKenzie  M.B.C.  WOOD  First-class Fir and Tam-  arac Wood, $6.00 per cord  Pine Wood,  $5.00 per cord.  Fir and Tamarac, double cut,  per cord, $7.00. "*  WOOD  DELIVERED   ON   SHORT  NOTiGS. 'Phone B32  Robt. Forshaw  I  SPOKANE TO CHICAGO WITHOUT CHANGE  m  ������'km  .%$%>!��  Smiling  Faces  w  m  throw away your g-ood  OVERALLS, because  ____________  tney are greasy.     We  can wash them to look  as good as new.      We also make a  Specialty of Blankets and  Carpets.  A T'ilAL WILL CONVINCE  YOU.  RE'30 STEAM LAUNDRY  h��,��ne 50.   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  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 twenty-one years  at an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not,  more than 2,660 acres will be leased to  one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant in person to the  Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in  which the rights applied for are sibilated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in urisur-  veyed territory the tract applied for  shall be staked out by the applicant  himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5 which will he re-  runde<i if the rights applied for aro not  available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable  output of the mine at the rate ��f Ave  cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  poyttlty thereon.    If the coal mining  rights\aro not being operated, such re-  hould be furnisru "  a year.  turns sboulcl be furnished at least once  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders.      Phone A65  James G. McKeown  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. DoVAN'S FEMALE PILLS^oK  Micdicine for nil Female Complaint. |6 n boit,  or three for $10, at drug stores. Mailed to any  address ��� >n receipt of price. The Scodbli. Druo  Co , Sl.Cnthnrincs, Ontnrio. i  >'  PH0S:?H0NOL FOR MIM_5_^agS  for Ner-e and Brain; increases "grey matter";  a Tonic--will build you up. J8o box, or two for  (S, at dr lg atores, or by mail on receipt of price,  Xbe Scosblx. Drug Co..St. Catharines, Ontario.  Wl  m t'l'  IIIPVII-IWIWIIUIII(|B  OTHE    PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  A decided economy in fuel consumption is  effected byusing nickelied steel in  1    Concentrates  %/?/��?  oven. It attracts and holcfs the  _   . .   ��   neat far better than most oven  materials. See the McClary dealer: w  Sob? Morriti -Thompson & Oo.  A new' public hospital has been  opened at Invermere, in the Columbia valley.  At Moyie lake swimming and  bathing is now a favorite passtime  for the ladies.  The buffalo of the United States  and Canada now number' about  three thousand.  the  copper  dying in   a  F, Augustus Heinze,  magnate, is said to be  NeiwYork hospital:  There are 1,000 men at work on  the Kettle Valley grade between  O.sprey lake and Princeton.  Queen's Hotel  COMPLETELY REFURNISHED  AND  REFITTED  :\  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.  Niffht 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  The   annual   celebration  the  be  _   WALSH & HARTMAN, Props.  |i^ FIRST STREET AND KNOB HILL AVENUE  Should come from healthy and vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  manner Separated Cream insures purity and  quality. The Dairy produces both.  THE DAIRY       J. W* Han nam, Prop.  of  Rossland Miners' Union will  helcl on July 10th and 11th.     '  It is estimated that at least 10,.  000 people have gone to Calgary  since the oil excitement began.  A public drinking fountain may  be erected on one of the principal  business corners in Grand Forks-  Prof. Werner of Grand Forks  has gone to New York, where he  will take a post graduate course in  music.  The whale has the thickest skin  of any Jiving creature. Its hide in  places attains a thickness of fully  two feet.  The United States supports more  saloons than all the churches, hospitals, colleges and high schools  combined.  '" The Manitoba general .elections  will take place on Friday, July 10,  and nominations to be held three  days earlier.  The board of supervisors of San  Francisco by a vote of 10 to 7 have  declared in favor of allowing prizefighting to continue in that city.  A newspaper has been started at  Skeena crossing, 12 miles belowi  Hazelton. The new paper is devoted to mining, and Jim Riley is  the editor.  According to a Quebec law a  man >may  expert  Rev. Hugh'Grant, formerly of  Knox church; Fernie, who has oc  Cupied the pulpit of a Vanc&uver  church for the, past year, has accepted a call from the Presbyterian  church in Prince Rupert, at a salary  of $2400'a year.  A,precedent was established in  the Ashi-roft. post office' a" few days  agd wb^n.the postmaster extracted  from a maij ' bag six live turtles  which had been travelling via parcel  post from ' Kelowna and consigned  to a party in Ashcroft. ,  The first diver to attempt to explore the' sunken Empress of Ireland lost his life. It is believed he  fell and in so doing his air- valve  closed. He canie from New York  and was one of the most  divers on thecontinent.  A stage line has been inaugurated  from Grand Forks to the Franklin  camp. The stage is Conducted by  Thos. Funkley, and; it will leave  Grand Forks every^ Tuesday and  Friday at 7:30 a. m., returning on  Wednesdays and Saturdays.  Next month . Attorney General  Bowser and Hon. W. R.'Ross propose touring the northern part of  the province. They will go by  automobile from Ashcroft to Fort  George, and thence by rail west to  Prince Rupert over the G. T. P.  The King, accompanied by the  Queen may tour his coloqial p.osses-  sions in the autumn of 1915. If the  plan is carried out their majesties  will start the autumn of next year  and go by way of the east and home  through the Pacific to Vancouver,  thense through Canada.  Lester Patrick, manager of the  Victoria hockey team, intends to introduce some new blood into the  team next year. He plans a scouting trip throngh the prairies next  fall on the lookout for new talent.  He has declined numerous offers  to trade players with eastern managers. .   ���;  The process of producing a newspaper from the time  the "copy"   is I  1 handed .to   the   linotype  operators!  Hotel Brooklyn  The Only First-Class and Up-To-Date  Hotel in Phoenix. New from cellar  to roof. Best Sample Rooms in the  Boundary, Opposite Great Northern  Depot.      v   v     Modern Bathrooms.  STEAft^ HEATED,  o: D. Bush, Prop.  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix, B.C.  IJD. L. MCELROY  .      SOLE AGENTS FOR PRINCETON COAL  Dealer in Lumber, Shingles, Lath  and Cedar Poles.' StuU'Laggan.  First-Class Fir & Tamarac Wood.  MOVING MACHINERY OUR SPECIALTY  If Tired of Wood, try Princeton Coal  SMOKED MEATS, ETC.  We are carrying a special line of these goods. If  you are not already being supplied with our stock,  give us a trial order. Our "Shamrock" brands* cannot be beaten.  P. BURNS & CO., LTD.  Wholesale and Retail Butchers and Produce Merchants  PHOENIX, B. C. ~     PHONE 2  I  Everything in Men's Wear  marry the- sister of his de-1 until the  paper,   folded   and < ready j  fei ���but' it does'- not rallow,! for thi~dettv'��tr\r boy,- is turned oft iii'  ceased wife:       ,��.,,,        -���,   the woman; to rnarfy.ithe ' brother/ofVthousands', frorn;' the .bYg^presses,  ___ j_ ^a _..-i a will fee iafcei^by   a   moving   picture  film manufacturing  concern   in   the  her deceased husband.  J. S. Deschamps, ex-mayor of  Rossland, intends to build a saw.  mill at Nelson. The mill will have  _ capacity of.40,000 feet   of lumber  day   and   will   employ   about   60  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 CURi  LEW ICE CREAM. Special Rates to Parties.  Cooling Soft Drinks of varied flavor.  'HE DELICACY O" THE SUMMER SEASON-  CURLEW ICE OREAM.  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. vJohnson,, Prop.  First-Class Accommodation for Miners  FINEST OF W  NES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN STOCK.  ���PHONIC '.'2. YOUR  PATRONAGE SOLICITED.  a  men., ..  The VV. A. Jameson' Coffee com  pany has donated a handsome silver  cup as first prize for one of the  motorcycle races that is to be held  in Nelson during Chahko Mika  week.  New Westminster will be the  meeting: place for the Odd Fellows'  convention of B. C. next year.  Prince Rupert extended the convention an invitation, but the northern  city lost out.  The dates of the 1914 convention  of the Alberta and Eastern British  Columbia Press Association have  been fixed for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, Septnmber 2nd,  3rd and 4th at Vernon.  The United States is beginning  to get returns from the Panama  canal. Some barges loaded with  sugar from Hawaii were sent  through the "big ditch"- and the  tolls amounted to $7,326.  For military purposes an Englishman is building an areoplane with  240 horsepower motors, 100 horsepower more than any now in use,  and that will carry a gun, wireless  equipment and four or five men.  A company has been formed at  Cranbrook for the purpose of prospecting for oil in the Flathead country. R. E. Beattie is president,  and Archie Leitch and A. C. Bown-  ess are on the board of directors.  For the first time probably in the  history of the fruit industry in the  northwest, a solid trainload of  strawberries went out recently from  Hood River, Oregon, to be distributed amongst the wholesale  houses.  James Cronin, the well known  mining man of Spokane, was at  the Halcyon hot springs for several  days. Nearly three months ago lie  caught a severe cold when at Portland, and it- later developed into  bronchitis.  Victoria Colonist office.  The contract to salvage   the  Em  press of Ireland has been let to   the  Canadian   Salvage   association.     It  is expected the vvprk will  take, two  months,   aad it''is'not  yet   decided  whether attempts will   be   made   to  raise the hull after the valuables and  bodies have been removed from her,  R. W. Wood, of Fernie sold 500  shares of Monarch Oil stock the  other day to Thos. Crahan of Michel  for $10,000. Tom brought in an  oil expert from California and had  him look the proposition over before he made the purchase. At  present prices Crahan figures he has  more than doubled his money.  Emerson Dietrich, while performing with six trained lions in Chicago a few days ago, was killed and  partly devoured. The lions wera  owned by Mme. Adgie Castillo, to  whom Dietrich was engaged to be  married. The lions and their trainers have been seen by thousands of  people in Spokane, Seattle, Vancouver and other western cities, as the  show traveled for years on the Pan-  tages circuit.  Bob Fitzsimmons makes the  statement that most boys start altogether too young at the fighting  game. Bob was 24 years of age  before he started as a professional  in the game, and he had wonderful  success up to the time he was nearly  40 years old. The fact that so  many boxers are considered "has  beens" before they reach the age of  30 proves conclusively that they  start in too young.  Stationery; Confectionery  Kodak Supplies and Wall Papers.  All the latest Books and Newspapers  Phone 4_2  Rhoenix, B.: C  D. J- MATHESON   Insurance Agent  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE GLASS,  COMMISSIONER FOR TAKING  AFFIDAVITS  OUTTON'Q  for garden and farm ore best  for B.C.soil. Sec Catalogue for  solid ���f uarantee of purity  and _����rmin.ation  Send now for Copy frae  �� uttor. & Sons. The Kind's Soodiacn j  R �� a ��t i xijs�� E n& 1 _ on d  A. J . W oodward  Victoria      J5t        Vancouv��-       ]  6IS Forr St. 667Gronvill�� St.   :<  sate avents row bwitisn colun- BtA \  Phoenix-  Leave Phoenix, upper town  " "        lower town,  Leave Greenwood  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  MW 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  Stage Line  PROMPT   ATTENTION  TO  J. FULLER, Proprietor ^
Dainty Garment^ine Linen
These are surely worth your
best care and the use of nothing but the soap that cannot
hurt the finest fabric—
Here's the Sunlight tvcry:
First, soap the garment; then roll
it up to soak. After a while, rinse
well and the dirt practically drops
out* No wearisome scrubbing,
3 no''hurtful s rubbing—the gentle
t  strehgth^of Sunlight does ttva work
almost without
effort  and' entirely    without
injury.     ,   ^
At all grocers
you'll find it's
kind to the
hands, too.*
Local and General
Ole Anderson, returned Thursday
fiom Butte.
Dr. W. H, Dickson has ruturned'to
Vancouver. ^
O. D. Bush was down '^to ,Grand
Porks. Weduosday. , *   «j . L    * '
Judgo Mulligan returned last Saturday from Spokane. * .
Miss Lynch is upjfront Republic
visiting with friends. *   > "
Al Ahiistroiu was down to Grand
Fo*k.s AurUtff the week, ,^
Sow* repair* h»ve boen made on
feW svhtxJl Wilding recently.
6**wg«> Biner is home from Gon$aga
their motorcycles the first of the week"
They left hero Sunday and made the
run to Princeton in six hours actual
running time. They had a splendid
trip and leport everything prosperous
in,the locality through which they
The new No. 7 Oliver typewriter is
silent in its operation, but sonorous in
its bid for pepularity. It is being
swept ahead on the tide of popular
approval to its pioud place far in the
forefront and to the highest pinacle in
the typewriter using woild. Call at
the Pioneer office and inspect this
machine.   G. Kay, agent,
Eyesight. ' Dr. S. L. Taube, eyesight specialist of the Taube Optical
company, of Calgary and Vancouver,
will be at Quance's Drug Store on
Friday afternoon, July 10th, and Sat-
Agent for the famous Nyal and Na-Dru-Co Preparations.
«oU*s* to >«Xtt4\ hi* vacation. -„-_- aicemoon, juiy lutn, ana sac-
Tfcs* Pttt^aSx public school   closed! urday, July 11th.   If there is anything
....... *... *w. _...__..* wrong with    your   eyesight,   or   the
glasses you are now' usingaro not sat
isfactory, do not fail  to consult him.
ttxisty ft?< %h# smmVMW holidays. J wrong with    your   eyesight,
?" v* JRwklft> \v»ft> and;family ar- glasses you are now'using,are i
rivesi he*$ 'Xtmv^ilay ftWuJ<Engtand
For Sate—A IM4 Excelsior, motorcycle—.-speed.   J pply O.^D. Bush.
Misss B_g)ey is down from Prince
Rupert on a"visit with hot mother and
sister.      ~ ^ ,i
Archie McDonald* -leftJ Tuesday vfoi
'^the Slocan to look'after fiis mining interests. '
The Phoenix Club
: Delchert & Morris, Props. '    '
All work absolutely   guaranteed   as
The management of the Miners)
Union Opera bouse gave their patrons a show considerably „out of the
ordinary last Saturday^ night, when
five-reel film was produced showing
the life of Jesus   Christ   from , the
Saturday, June 27
t i manger to  tho cross.    It was an ex-
Mrs. Annie McDonald spent a part Leiient production,   and   although a
of the week at Orient, % Vis/ting with. J higher piice ^  charged   tht)   pe0ple
>    V
!in High-ciass VAUDEVILLE ACTS
/Don* Miss It., LSome Show.    Keep this in Mind..
frr t>
Miss Etta ' Murray arrived home
Wednesday from Spokane, where she
was yisiting.     - » ,
Kichard Best has gone to Salt Lake
City, where he will spend the next
two or three weeks.
Conductor' Angus Smith intends
moving his family up from t Grand
Forks for the summer.
>■ Fresh churned Empress creamery
butter 85 cents per pound, or three
pounds for $1, at P. Burns & Co.
* Found—An .umbrella in the dancing
pavillion at Christina lake' last Mod*
day.   For particulars call  at Pioneer
i * *
J. D. Iattig was acting secretary of
the Phoenix-'Miners',Union in the
absence of D. A. Vignaux, who was
down to Grand Forks,    r „  ,
Palmer Cook intends leaving the
first of the week for Valdez island,
where he has been given a^proniotion
by the Granby company, /f   . i
John  McLaughlin  and bride have
returned to .Phoenix from, Spokane
and have'takenJup   their Wme'"
showed their appreciation by a large
attendance. The singing by James
Cochrane was very appropriately introduced during the latter pare of the
scene. " *
Special Line of the Famous Haid Chocolates
Smokers' Supplies.       Soft Drinks
Premier Is Knighted
On the occasion of his birthday
King George knighted the following1
Hon. R. L. Borden, premier of
Canada; George E. Foster, minister
of trade in Canada; Hon. Charles
Eugene Boucher de Boucherville,
former premier _ of Quebec; and
Walter E. Davidson, governor ot
Men Laid Off  ,
' Some 250 workmen at the" Angus
shops' of the C.P.R. at Montreal
have been laid'off. This fs ten per
cent, of the 'pay rgllnaod means a
wag'e reduction of $4^500 per week'.
The rich quality of our MilWand"1
Cream   is
gaining   new patrons
for us daily. ^ We. solicit a trial
Delivery^made to any part of the
^-"■f- />;-"   -•■; _. r
W. A?McKay & Sons, Props."
.  Never mirid'hoWUt^n^^you-are:
What do you know ?    The man! who
knows is always wanted.    He never
has to search the country for a job.
Get  busy,   man,   and-get   to know
The Strathcdwi Hotel
necessary    that"   you    should- order
ahead.    Hannam—"The Dairy."
Albert Biner,    Chas.    Knight   and
Danny Deane  were  down   to  Grand
something—fSryour own sake, for your/ ^orks during  the   week    sezving  as
old folks sake;^foryour igjfe and kiddies! JurQnrdurl'Dg the session~of court,
sake.    They are all looting, for you toj    Gray Pond x>f Greenwood   has  been
'make goods     , ' ,-__   , %- 'I appointed district deputy for District
Doit then., ', -   ',.,'■„ lNo.l9,I.O. O. F„  embracing  Green-
t       '      S' can flelpyou, if you have/ ^yod, Phoenix and Grand Fork's lod
grit to dig m: ' ,        ' jgls
Mail the Coupon belowtoday as a re-
f quest for free information.     ,
•Do it now, "later" nevef. comes
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'■** .V :-r-^\"JrK-
pteam Heated Throughout
The Finest Accommodation for
i'   the Travelling Public.
- 'I      ' ,,.     -
C. Agency, International Correspondence Schools, Box 25,
' Grand Forks, B. C.
-_ Kindly let me know how I may acquire
fi v^?,1!*6 knowledge of the subject for
which I have marked x
Electrical Engineer
Dynamo Banning
Electric Car Running
Steam Engineering
Building   and    Con-
Mechanical Drawing
,Show Card Writing
Bookkeeping    '
Automobile Running
Mining Engineering
Mine Foreman,
Metal Prospecting
j Surveying
Nine Weii-gLE^hted
/ Samplerooms.
Phone 12
.Great Bargain
lJ_??-?C,r? °f Cll°ice fruifc land on the
beautiful Arrow Lakes.   Suitable for
poultry ocfioit ranch; easily cleared-
lake f,ontage.    wm be 8oJ/afc a -^
Phoenbf       aL °nCe'   Apply Box 133>
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Bjit think into tfSr to?er?0rtt_ iSag"'<u1. ratch-
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^he Porter Hebidence on Brooklyn
Avfi., including Stable and two big
lots, all fenced-for $700; one half
aown, balance to suit. („
;'!-, Agent.
Church Services |
St.  John's Church-Sundays: Holy
Holy Communion and sermon, 11 a.m.-
bunday school, 3 p.m.;, Evening se^
vice, 7 30. Week day«Mati_s, *.30.
Evensong, 7.30.   *
The sfcxted 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 pm •
bvenmg Service at .7.30 p.m. Rev'
Father CPeUetier. pastor.
St. Andiew's church (Presbyterian)
-Service, Sunday noxt, Juno 28, at
ii a m., Sunday school at 2 p.m All
welcome.' Kev. J. R. Munro, minister,
John Kelsey went down to JRepub-J
lie last Saturday to meet his son and
daughters, who were re'turning from
California.   He" returned here Thursday.      / . s
Mrs. Kempston and ""children returned last .Saturday from Grand
Forks, where they were for several
days the guests of Mrs. Percy Andrews.
James Marshall, the popular proprietor of the Strathcona Hotel at
Nelson, was over to Phoenix the first
of the week on' a business and pleasure trip combined. *
B. T. King, who has been here for
the past month looking after the installing of the new electric shovel at
the Gra_by, left Thursday for his
home in Keokuk, Iowa.
The Odd Fellows of Grand Porks
will hold a picnic at Christina lake on
July 1st. There will probably be a
number of members from the Phoenix
and Greenwood lodges in attendance
Day, July lsti
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Frank McDonald has  the   honor  of
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owners. This is the block in 4tich
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Our Stock bf Stationery is the Best that can be procured in
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Boundary Football Schedule
May  1—Grand Porks at Mother Lode.
"  10—Mother Lode at Greenwood.
" 18—Phoenix at Grand Porks.
" 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.
- Eighty-Five per  cent of hna*a t,
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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 po.st planted
at the South Wf-st comci of Lot
10O2.S; thence North 40 chains; thence
West 20 chains; thence South 40
chains; thence East 20 chains.
David La whence McElroy.
Dated 23rd March, 1014.
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