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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal May 9, 1914

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 m&  55H  sh  Tke largest copper mines in  trie Dominion are situated  afc Phoenix. The Granby  ' Oo. employs 500 men, and  has a monthly pay roll of  over $50,000, while the Rawhide pay roll is $i8,000.  FIFTEENTH YEAR  Devotee, to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District  PHOENIX, B.C., SATURDAY,'MAY 9,  1914  FIRST COPPER MATTB  FROM HIDDEN CREEK  1 ��� .1 is���  Initial Shipment Brought Down  to Vance u\er and Sent East  'tc the Refinery.  Lucca-Mullih Contest  ���<*  The first shipment of copper from  the Granby Consolidated   Mining &  Smelting  company's plant  at .'Hidden creek was brought down   fronf.  the north to Vancouver a few days  .   ago,   says  the   Province,   and   was  sent to a large refining  company in  New York.    There   were  930  bars  in    the    consignment,    the    metal  weighing 122 tons, and   being   valued at 15 cents per pound.-^ It  was  stated at the local office of the company that now the plant is in   operation  there   will   probably   be ,two  shipments sent out a month, of between 400 and 500 tons each.    The  bars are practically pure   copper, or  what,is known" in   mining   parlance  as "blister" copper.     The other one  per cent is a  mixture   of gold  and  - silver.  A large force is engaged at the  Granby mines at Hidden creek, and  at the concentrating and smelting  plant, between 700 and, 800 ,men  being employed in the various operations. Officials of the company  claim that their plant is the most  up to date and the Jbest equipped on  the American continent.  Special freight tariffs, quoting  through rates from Granby Bay to  points in the eastern states have  recently been issued by the Great  Northern railway.  A boxing contest of more than  usual interest will take place in  Phoenix - on Monday, May 18th,  when Charles Lucca, the coming"  ���lightweight champion of Canada,  will meet Barney Mullin, who has  fought some 200 battles, the greater  |    Sic Mining    |[    G^e;^!?R�����<  letter  containing the  thanks,  An English  syndicate  is   having Iand  also  a  check  for   $100   from  Number 43  per centage   of which   he   was  the  winner.      All   arrangements    were  completed yesterday, and the posters  announcing the event and. the prices  of seats will be out'in a day or two..  The   bout, will  take   place  in - the  Miners' ,-Union   Opera   House,  and  judging   from   the  interest   that  is  being shown already there will be a  packed house on that  night.     Both  men are in hard training, and by the  time they enter the ring they will be  an area on Graham Island prospected for coal', F. 'C. Green of Seattle being in charge of the work.  The ground is,being drilled*  The ore was struck last week on  the lower level of the Lucky  Thought mine, on Four-mile. It is  of a much better grade than the  shipment made from the same mine  about a month ago,  The most important mining deal  in the Kaslo district for a year past  was closed last week when $12,000  was paid on a bond covering the  Cork properties and certain timber  and water rights and a quantity of  mined zinc  Postmaster-General  Uncle Sam's  was received a few days ago by  Geo. Stanfield, the local representative of the Provincial Police. 'The  incident calling for such recognition  took place in February of 1912, when  the postoffice at Oroville, Wash.,  was raided and the big safe blown  open with.explosives. Stanfield at  the time of the occurrence was at  Molson, Wash., in connection with  PROTECTION ASSURED  THE SHAREHOLDERS  Canada Copper Corporation Organize Syndicate to Perfect  the Association.  .,,... i ,--    ore-     w-   E.   Zwyckey  tn  the pink  of condition.     Already Uf Kaslo   and   W.    P.    Tierney   ofl"'r 6",J- '  Mullin   has   cut  down   his   weight  Vancouver  are  among   those   who  ��overnment   affent   at   Greenwood  'flhlf* H(��   will    urotcrKi    in  ofl..Ji    ��� .     .-      .���. _ I CirAerincr n,m  In fob-  Other police matters, and while at a  livery barn there overheard a 'phone  conversation relating to a team  which had been hired and never returned. ' The following day he was  back again in Phoenix, and in receipt of ah urgent message from the  1 -V.A.*   _*���   .  "���  ASS*/  ffw��  Pubta Notice  Commencing next  week all  own-  *,t?v ��^^i^5S!^^i"\Phoentx:' will  tngr tbiy gather; same and\ havi^ir  placed in* a receptacle convenient to  get at. There will be no charge  for this work. After next week  owners of residences will be 'compelled to clean up their premises  and have their rubbish hauled away  at their own expense.  i  considerable. He will weigh in at  about 140 pounds,' and Lucca at  about five pounds lighter.  * Lucca has the reputation of being  one of the most aggressive fighters  in the ring today, and he has  come  into prominence quite conspicuously  of late.     He has a  list  of engagements ahead that will keep him busy  for  several   months.     On   Victoria  Day he is to   meet  Dick   Wayne of  San Francisco, and-at   Nelson during the Chahko Mica week he is  to  meet  Frenchy Vaise for the lightweight championship of Canada.  Mullin is a famous prize ring warrior, and there are few tricks in the  business "that he .does not understand. In his time he has boxed  with Bob Fitzimmons, Stanley Ket-  chell, Joe Gans and other celebrities.  For several years he heldthe welterweight championship of the west,  and was once in line for   the welter-  are  interested. The Cork mine is  oruthe south fork of Kaslo creek.  There is(a 100 ton concentrator on  the property: '  A big deal was put through recently whereby a Philadelphia company takes over the big gold quartz  property at Surf  Inlet  on   Vancou-I  weight championship of the   world.  iaj&mtftatam^^  (tood^accountof biiriiieU oo May/isr ^S/-*  "*���'* 'A "special" train'will - bring: up" a  crowd from Grand Forks to see the  bout, and there will be people here  from Greenwood, Nelson, Rossland,  and other surrounding towns  ver Island. The price is said to be  $800,000,^and the purchasers are  the Tonopah-Belmont company.  The property is located about 25  miles inland. It is a free milling  gold proposition, and there is an  immense tonnage in sight. A big  revival of mining and general business is looked for on the island.  The profits of the Britannia mine  on Howe sound last year amounted  to 44J>er cent on the capital stock.  The capacity of the mill was doubled  during the year^and a higher grade  product obtained. The new mill in  course of construction  will   have   a  ordering him to take- the trail after  two men who had hired a team at  Molson and were evidently using the  same in an effort to make their getaway after burglarying the Oroville  postoffice.  The message was no sooner received than it was acted upon, and  about an hour afterwards while Mr.  Stanfield was'watching the road be  tween Greenwood and Phoenix he  espied two individuals answering the  description making their way afoot  into town. These he promptly  placed under arrest, lodging them in  the Greenwood jail, where afterwards it was found that they were  the parties sought for by the American police. Both prisoners, one of  whom possessed, an unenviable  record, waived extradition and later  were sentenced to long terms of imprisonment. Strange to say, neither  of the accused were found to be in  possession of a scrap  of the stolen  1 An  effort is  being made  to  organize   r.a    stockholders'    alliance  among the shareholders in the British  Columbia Copper company who have  not exchanged  their stock  for certificates of the Canada Copper corporation, and Frank G.   Beebe  and  F. ��R. Huntington, New York,  and  Ira Ramus and   Leon   N.  Salmon,  Brooklyn,   have  been   appointed   a  committee to perfect the association,  says the Spokesman-Review.  A circular letter received by local  stockholders last week announces  that the committee is calling upon  those who desire to become members of the association for an assessment of 2 cents the share to create  a fund that will assure putting the  alliance on a permanent basis, remittances to  be  made to   Rogers,  i to cooperate with and support the  management in all its endeavors to.  promote the welfare and prosperity  of the corporation. At the same  time the primary object of this organization is to jealously guard the  interests of its members and secure  to them all the rights to which they  are entitled.  Work on Easter Lily Property  Julius Carson was out   this   week  doing   development  work   on    the  Easter  Lily,   which    lies  near  the  famous Ironclad property,   which is  owned by Messrs.  Rumberger, Porter and  Farrell.     The   Easter   Lily  runs about $60 to the  ton  in  gold  and silver.    It  is  the  intention   to  sink a shaft on the  ore, and a   tunnel has been driven   with a view to  striking the  ore body at a depth of  about 150 feet, but  this- will  have  to be driven a considerable distance  yet to reach the vein.  Norton & Co., brokers, No. 45 Ex-  change place, New York, themoney  to be returned unless enough of the  members of the company join the  movement to assure its success.  The purposes of the alliance are  to promote and safeguard the stockholders who have not deserted  the British Columbia Copper company for the Canada Copper corporation; to unite the vote of the members on any matters that^ may come  before the stockholders'^ meetings;  to devise ways and means to properly protect the interests of the British  Columbia stockholders, and to demand that they have equal rights in  Grand Forks, 3; Mother Lode, 0  The first football game iu the  league for the Jackson cup was  played at the Mother Lode mine  last Friday, May 1st,' and resulted  in a victory of 3-0 in favor of Grand  Forks. Great interest was taken  in the game and the mines were  closed down while the game was in  progress. After the game there  was supper followed by a smoker.  'H  s<  ~tr.��,(i  ir-i-"\'**���*��������� -  A leading Vancouver  trust   com  pany has in   hand   the   organization  from:the:::sce]ne:;;^  a'treenear the roadside.   Altogether  the -arrest exhibited all the ear-marks  Don't forget date of fight. May 18.  admitiistratipo'-f^  any way in   its efforts  to  advance  th e in teres ts of th e company,'' says  PP...,  ^WS'0.  ���CHARLIE LUCCA";  who will  meet Barney   Mullin in  the  a-  Miners'  0  ac  ac  "B  'Phone 56  P. O. Box 309  The Little Store  First Street. McKay & Knight, Props.  We take this opportunity of thanking our many customers and friends for the liberal patronage accorded us  since opening business in Phoenix. Our well-selected stock  is being gradually increased to meet the demands of our  ever-increasing patrons, and we will do our utmost to serve  you with the best grade of goods that money can purchase  in Canada. . If you are in doubt as to the excellence of our  stock, a trial order will convince you.  The following articles have been reduced in price recently:  of a   company   and   the   finding-  of] of fine pblicemahship, and   both  the  onPthe il?���7��l���� thB   ^\-det&&-m$?^&$W&ri& States and! ^committee, : "On the   contrary, /fifteen   round   bout in  tZtaMUhL??9       t- Z��^f, Wl"   be/boagr^"feted^up6a^th^sUcce^^;V       '     ^'^ '" ^" ������������"���������������^���^���������'���������--*-^^ " *���  established there   which will   sunnv   . V      ^       ^  '."������������'T-~.���������������.-���-���-.���:������ .if'.u-v���������������': ,.,..,v ���"���:  the   fisheries,    meat    supply    fi5&/^^^  dairies and industrial   farms on   the/ v* caPture/ ofPwo ��e its most unde  sirable citizens, and the latter in the  A."/, ;' ��^-x'xx^]j?#'S^-<^X$i  Prim-ost       -    -  Macaroni     - r-  Tetley's Tea  Jelly Powders -  35c. 21b. Brick  15c. package  - -       50c. lb.  - -  3 for 25c,  coast with -what salt is required  This is likely to develop into an im  portant industry.  [possession of so excellent a type off  police official.  Mine Accident Victims I The New Lock-Up Under Way  Special for Saturday:  Fresh Strawberries,      Rhubarb,     Spinach,  Green Onions, Radish,       . Lettuce,  Cabbage, Oranges and Bananas.  Our Motto Is���Prompt Service and Courteous Treatment.  O   W  a  ac;  ac  ac  ac  The remains of James McCormick  and Thos. Pritchard, the victims  of the accident at the Rawhide  mine a week ago, were disposed of  last Sunday and  Monday.  Sunday"afternoon the funeral of  Thos. Pritchard was held at the  Miners' Union Opera house, Rev.  A. T. Bell of the Methodist church'  officiating. Interment was in the  city cemerery, and the following  were the pall bearers: Dan Owens,  Owen Roberts, John Bellis, Ezra  Bellis, Evan Williams and Robert  Roberts. The funeral was largely  attended.  It was at first intended to hold  the funeral of James McCormick  here Sunday also, but word was received from his brother requesting  that the remains be shipped east.  Monday the body was escorted to  the Great Northern depot and sent  to his old home at Espheming,  Michigan. The members of the  local lodge Fraternal Order of  Eagles marched in a body, as did  also the employes of the Rawhide  mine. The remains when they  reach their destination in the east  will be taken in charge by the  Eagle's order there.  F. H. Calnan, superintendent of  building for Davis & Sanders, contractors of Vancouver, is here and  has commenced work on the ntw  lock-up and courthouse for Phoenix.  The building will be erected on lots  18 and 19 on Knob Hill avenue. It  is 32x55 feet in size, and will rest  on a concrete foundation. The  courtroom will be 15x25 feet, and  to the rear will be the jail fitted  with two double steel cells capable  of accommodating eight prisoners.  The living quarters for the provincial constable and his family are  both comfortable j,and f convenient.  The building will be one and a half  storeys in height. A stockade 18  feet in height will be built to the  rear. In all it will be a creditable  structure and a credit to the city.  Mr. Calnan estimates that it will  require seven or eight weeks to  complete the work.  Blundell-Butcher Wedding  Joseph Butcher and Miss Ida  Blundell, both of Phoenix, were  united in marriage in Spokane last  Friday, May 1st. They will probably make their home on Brooklyn  avenue.  ��� Boundary Football Schedule  May   1���Grand Forks at Mother Lode.  "   10���Mother Lode at Greenwood.  "  13���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.  Today we offer you at right prices���  A Chinese company is bain r  for .ned to operate a steam laundry  in Blairmore.  Strawberries,  Tomatoes,  Young Onions,  Young Radishes,  Lettuce  Green Peas,  Asparagus,  Water Cress,  Radishes,  New Potatoes,  etc., etc., etc.  PLEASE ORDER EARLY.  mM ip% *Wh  ������v  1  <��� >  t  i  ��� W -1 >��� r ��� '!���  THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  (lev  ? "  l  f  v*-  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  ���i \  '   <   vv '   ISSUED WEEKLY  at Phoenix, British Columbia  Subscription', 2.QQ per year  if "c *     2.50 to United States.  t r v  h   1     ���    v G. Kay, Publisher.  { ability of Canada to progress. The  ! strength of Canada lies in her vast  [ natural resources, and that strength  i is the foundation of the Dominion's  i prosperity. , .  ADVERTISING SCALE  . Application (or Liquor Liooncc (30 days)   . $5 00  Aprhcatloki for Tuuibf <u of hluc nco ��7 50  Ccrtif cato of Improvement notu'C (60clayb)$7.6O  Appu\��tlon to Purchase Land notices (GO days)  ^    i $7.60  Dolimtuenb Co-ownor noticox (96 days) .   .510.00  Small Water Notices (30 dnys) 87.00  DoUnquont Co Ownoibhip notici ���* (10 dnys $25.00  Duplicate Cortlfloato of Titlo notices SS.00  Card* of Thanks, SO cents.  Allother legal ndvortising, 12 cents a line,  single column, for tho flrtit insertion; and 8  cents v lino for each subsequent iiiBOition, nonpareil measurement.  Display ads $1.00 per inch, single  column, per month.  One kind of a hustler is a man  who never has occasion lo buy an  umbrella.  The Wednesday half holiday in  Phoenix during the summer months  seem's to cause no more inconvenience to the' trading public than  does a Sunday once a week. It is  all in getting used to it.  Saturday, May 9, 1914.  >   ,  Canada's Population Too Large  ,      The evidence is abundantly   clear  that tht  time   has  arrived   for  the  press of Canada to.assert itself, and  on behalf of the   people, impress on  the powers that   be  the   important  fact th'at'the population of this   Do-  , minion is far in access of all   legitimate requirements.    The market for  labor is glutted, and  if matteit, are  allowed to continue, the time is not  far off when the most flourishing industries in this   country will   be the  public soup kitchens, and no government can take to itself any credit, if  in its  efforts  to  stand   well  with a  certain class, it allows  the  country  committed to its care, to be overrun  with a horde  of unemployed.    The  Evidently the Midway Victoria  Day celebration committee expect  a large delegation from Spokane  on that day, as all the printed matter for advertising purposes was  done in that city, and bears the imprint of the Shaw-Borden company.  The Slocan Record has completed the fourth year of its publication. The Record is not by any  means the largest newspaper in th'e  province, but it isceitainly one of  the btighlest, and is always one of  the most welcome exchanges that  conies to this office.  Back in Washington, D. C, a  determined fight1 is being made to  prevent the' government, from accepting money from John D. Rockefeller to aid in farm demonstration  work. Senator Lane went so far  as to say that "the curse of God is  on every dollar Rockefeller possesses, and tbatit /is' covered with  the blood and tears of .women and  children shot down in the Colorado  strike." That may be all right  back at Washington, but if John D.  wants to send a bunch of his money  out here to Phoenix for charitable  purposes it will be very acceptable.  Take, for instance, a few hundred  dollars of his coin could be used to  good purpose in* wiping out the  indebtedness .incurred by the Phoenix hockey association   last winter.  Faithfulness  The situation in Mexico is a  peculiar one. The Tampico oil  fields are said to be the richest in  the world. Two large syndicates,  one an English company headed by  Dr. Pearson, the other the Standard Oil company, are competing for  the tremendous output. There are  five million acres of oil land in the  Tampico fields, vvhilet he combined  fields   of  Canada  and   the" United  Whatever happens, never forsake  a  friend.     When   enemies  gather,  when sickness'falls   on   the  heart,  when the world is dark  and  cheerless,    is   the     time   to    try    true  friendship.'    If you   have"   a  friend  who   loves  you,   who  has  studied  your interest and happiness, be sure  to   sustain   him   in   adversity.     Let  him    feel ,-tljat   his    love    was   not  thrown away.     Real  fidelity may be  rare,   but   it exists���in  the   heart.  They only deny its worth and power  who never loved a.friend or  labored  to "make a'friend happy.���Ruskin.  The Gurney-Oxford  Attracts Madam to the Kitchen  States total only about eight  and a  problem of the workless  in   Canada|haJf m;���:ons.    That the struggle of  at present  is  a   real   one, and   the  these two 6Vndicates has something  press throughout the land have been L    do with the present situatjon can  *  remiss in .their duty in not affording hard|y be doubted.     Both   England  so-important a matter the  publicity I, thg United States are instalHng.  'it most certainly, deserves. oU burners  io   their_most   modern  To attribute the present depression  battIeships> aild ffC)od  oil   fields are  to the government is an act of folly, J aQ jmportaot factof, ' ;  ���   and   no   one  except a  dyed-in-the-  >   wqol partizan could be guilty of such  * a "proceeding.    ' Neither   would    a  change".-of    'administration    alter  ;   matters> for* the^ better.    We have  -simplyt'arxived!at the* end ���of> a par-  ijMSrOS-:  SUTTON'Q  I fbi-tfarden and faTmcur��beat  1 for B.C-.pil S��?o Catalotfa�� fo��  ^hl^��l��*Jl������%t^.Cotp��3rltjry  Coming Events  Court of revision for voters' lists.  ���Grand Forks and Greenwood,  May 18th.  Assize court at Grand Forks, .for  civil cases, May 20th.  .  Bauscher-French.. Carnival    company at Phoenix, May 25th' to 30th.  K. of P. Grand Lodge, Kamloops,  May 27th. r   '  Odd Fellows' Grand ' Lodge  Victoria, June 10th.  oven is required. Then the necessary  heat can be obtained tjuickly by simply  turning the Economizer lever to another notch.  Such control as this enables many  smart women to invent some very  tempting dishes, which they set triumphantly before their friends. It  will pay you to investigate the Gurney-  Oxford.  The Haida Indians on the Queen  Charlotte are short of money this  year and are paying' their doctor  bills with fotem poles.  ^ernment, but  the  people, to  apply  the brakes for some months to come.  w-iJ.-f*,  m  P  if      *  ���Sit  m  V:-j:'  ���' Hesitation and   Jack   of business  '--i .. and investment  confidence   seem to  beTtbe features  of the  present situ  - r ation.    The country seems   to be in  the  midst of an   industrial   depression  and   everyone   is"*waiting   for  , some development,   for the   move-  J j 'ment of some straw which will indi-  .' cate whether fair winds are to blow  towprds prosperity or a cyclone to-  *>J wards - 'adversity;    Business  condition -. in this   province, however, appear to be on the mend.  , Hon.   W.  ' T.  White,   minister   of finance  for  the Dominion, says that the present  year'will be a year for prudence and  caution, but a time also for courage  and confidence.    The worst of the  *   financial stringency   is over, he con-  Vierorta     &      Vancouver  ��I5 rorr-Sr.     i      667 6ranvilleSh:  SOLE AGENTS TOR BRITISH COLUMBIA  I  King Edward Lodge  > 'Begvilai;" communication at '8  >-*" p.m.-,'Second,-ThtrMday of  eack month,  ent meetings as called; Masonic  Om,ergent meetings as  Hall, McSale Block,  1 John Ftslay, Jr.,  Secy.  W.  J. PlKBCB,  Tv".M.  THE GURNEY-OXFORD has a  . large following of fashionable cooks  who dip into the culinary art simply  for the ^pleasure they derive from trying dainty recipes previously not  attempted. They are all most enthusiastic supporters of the Gurney-Oxford  because it contains many exclusive  devices that make a perfect cooking  equipment.  Its oven is evenly heated in every  corner to insure deliriously^ dainty  cakes, golden brown biscuits, and  light flaky pastry. A special Divided  Flue carries the heat to every hole on  the range. The top is perfectly smooth  and clean, requiring no black lead-  polish.  But most important is the Economizer. It is a small lever that moves  around a series of six notches giving  the exact degree of heat required  for any particular dish. The heat of  the range can be shut off and the  kitchen kept cool between jneals, by  turning the lever to a certain number.  The fire is held at a low ebb on a  special Reversible Grate until a baking  SOLD BY MODERN HARDWARE DEALERS EVERYWHERE.  MORRIN rTHOMPSON&CO  1 ���.:  TIJe.  ��&*  tends, and he has firm  faith   in   the  if;  Mi ,-  i<b ���*   '  M��m<VMx*}4.:ii.:x-;-. ���'  ^^m-:(k-m\y.:x->  $$mm^k-mx::;xi  mstiM^'i' H ��� :������:������������ ifi.-:-���  W*$-MW>':;x:':'Ay'::.  Kisflffe'fjjj*!"-:* '������;'''';V- ���  ilili  MRS. A. SAICH,\of  Cannington Manor, Sask.,  Writes:���"My brother suffered severely from eczema.  The sores were very extensive, and bumed like coals  into his flesh. Zam-Buk took  out all the fire, and quickly  gave him ease. -Within three  weeks of commencing with  Zam-Buk treatment, every  sore had been cured."  Thia ia but one of the many  letters we are constandy receiving  from people who have proved the  healing powers of Zam-Bui. For  eczema, piles, -sores, burns, cuts  and all skin # troubles there is  nothing like this wonderful balm.  No skin disease should be .eon"  sidared incurable until Zam-Buk  has been tried.  All DmgglitM, 50c pet Box.  .    Rafase SubaillnUt.  Smiling  K"fiflnMB��MHffinHBHBSn  L      GL%mf^*3r  nriimnmfWrHTBBBffimmBEH  greet the coming- of a case bf  PHOENIX BEER  WHY?  Because the Beer is so good  and wholesome it brings the  smile.  'PHONE 23  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  LIMITED  I. O. O. F.  Snowshoe Lodj?e  No. 46  Meets every Monday Evening at  Miners' Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  CA. L. MKinnon, Noble Grand.  ' "Wm. Oxley, Fin. Secy.    '  E. E, Barnes, Rec. Secy.  OLIVER  Typewriter  WOOD  Daughters of Rebekah  Phoenix Lodge No. 17  Meets in   the  Miners'  Union   Lodge  Hall First and Third Wednesdays:  Mrs. E. E. Barnes.'Noble Grand  Mrs. A. D. McKenzie, Secretary.  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES  First-class Fir and Tam-  arac Wood, '$6.00 per cord  Pine Wood,   $5.00 per cord.  Phoenix Aerie No. 158  Meets in .Union Hall, EViday Evenings.  Visiting brothers are always welcome.  Dan Patterson, W. P.  T. R. Clajbke, W. Secy.  K. of P.  No. 2��  Lodge,  Phoenix,  B.C.  Meets T u e s day Evening at 7.30.  Sojourning brothers cordially .wel  'corned. ���'������''.''"���'"���"'  N, Davidson, O. C*  E;,:E.;. Barnes, K.ofR.S;  PYTHIAN SISTERS ���  ���Viountain Temple Lod^e No. 17  Meets in I^hian Hall, IfOV/er Town  Socond n'nd Fourth Thursdaya.  Mrs. Geo. Barnos  M.K.C.  Mrs. A. D. McKenzie  M.K.C.  We make a specialty, of Miners'  Shoes; gorjd fit, nice shape, and  nothing but the beat of stock used  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  NICK PALORCIA,  I Knob Hili Ave. Phoenix, B.O;  ' Is interested tnd should know  ���bout the wonderful  MARVEL Whirling Spray  The new Vaginal Syringe.  .Best  -Most convenient.   It cleanses  Instantly.      Ask your  } druggist to*j,U-*��.  If ho car not supply th��  M ARVEL accept no other,  but send itampforillustrated  book���w.iled. Itglvei full par..  ulars ana directions itavaluable to ladles,  WINDSOR SUPPLY CC.  Windsor. Oat. General Agtmtt tot t  The American  Oliver Typewriter  turns    out   more   work���of.  better  quality  and  greater   variety���than  any other   writing  machine.-H.. Simplicity,  strength, ease  of operation  and visibility are   the   corner-stones  of its towering supremacy in  Correspondence  Card-index Work  Tabulated Reports,     -  Follow-up Systems  fVlanifbldinfir-Service  Addressing Envelopes  Working on Ruled Forms  Cutting Mimeograph: Stencils  The Balance Shift     ,.  The Ruling Device  The Automatic Spacer  The Automatic Tabulator   .  The Disappearing Indicator  The Adjustable Paper-Fingers  Scientific Condensed Keyboard  Can you spend 17 Cents a Day to  better advantage than in the purchase of this wonderful machine ?  For further information call or write  G. KAY, Ag-ent, Phoenix.  Fir arid Tamarac, double cut,  per cord, $7.00.  WOOD  DELIVERED   ON   SHORT  NOTICE. 'Phone B32  Robt. Forshaw  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  ���    MINING REGULATIONS  Goal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories and in a portion of thc  Province of British Columbia, may be  leased for a term of twenty-one years  at an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,560 acres will be leased to  DRAYING  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders.      Phone A65  James G.' McKeown  Application for a lease must be made  out by the applicant  How He Managed It  S. Kidder���Is that Wantley's  automobile?  Pete Roi���He calls it his. First  he put a mortgage on his house to  buy the. car; then He. put a mortgage on the car to pay for repairs;  and now he is figuring how'to raise  money to purchase gasoline.  DR.DeVAN'S FEMALE HLLS����&��  medicine for nil Femnle Complaint. $6 a box,,  or three for $10, at drug stores. Mailed to any  nddrcf s on receipt of price. The Scodeljc Drtjo  Co., Sf: Catharines, Ontario. ��  PH0SPH0N0L FOR MENESW&  for Nirve nnd Brain; increases "grey nVatter";  n Tonic���will build you up. $Ra box, or two for  |5, at drug stores, or by mail on receipt of price.  The Scodell Dkuo Co. . St. Catharines. Ontario.  one applicant.  lie  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 unsurveyed territory the tract applied for  shall be stakes ' * " '  himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable  output of the mine at the rate of five  cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent wjth sworn returns  accounting for the full <pj&ntity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not boing operated, sneh returns should be furnished at least once  a year. -  '* The lease will include tho 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. '��� ,.  throw away your good  OVERALLS, because  they are greasy. "We  can wash them to look  as goodas new.      We also make a  Specialty of Blankets and  Carpets.  A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE  YOU.  RECO STEAM LAUNDRY  Phone 60.  Dominion Ave.  <jf ���  ���*  '# ���ifr,.;-  I    (*��1       �� ,  THE    PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  i       '      ,        ' ;<���'���' ��� fi- i. ii,  ' ?���/  ���'^v^lT  "Wi  ;''���".< y/y  a  3XSKWIUU  "Golden Medical Discover!  doctor camo to aeo me, ho AHf VVh��:'Vou ����'���^iT'iT I."V* muc���� ��>��>ner llinl when Ihe  Then I told him what rw��Vl��^?','KB||V��. J1m fe'!cV^on you h"/c boen '��"��� >'��������*  - - ����������� f^ perfect" ��l.h." d��,n* >OU " ,0' ��f 8<K,d-'   Afto'  "VT    ��� -��*�������� nun  wn�� ��� was  ia  taking several bottleg 1 found  Dr. Pierced GoI^fe^lVledical Discovery  SSrUi��n*C "7^ fcody-builder that has .tood>W.t of over fortyyelrZf I'ucceJ  efre.hed. You feel ckftn. .trong and .trenuou. in.te-S^Ljred, weak and S!  T.hEt. V. ,0n C"f ����"P   P'-  Pierce*.   Colden   MrdlcJV  J��^l.rV'�� E"'l K.,n '��? iV"*** '��"> from .11 medicine  In !l-������?    lA*jJb0" ?f tAb!S.ta by ���"'' on receipt of 50c  in ��t��mp��.    Addre���� R. V. Pierce. M. D., Buffalo, N. Y  Dr. Pierc*. G,e��t  1008-P.ge Illu.lr.tcd Conunoo Sen.e M.dical  Adti.er ��iU be ��cnt Free, Cloth Bound for 31 One-cent SUmps.  To Perfect  Health  The  Queen's Hotel  COMPLETELY REFURNISHED AND  REFITTED  We beg to announce the reopening of the Queen's Hotel.    This  popular hotel has been completely refit! >d throughout;  everything ���ew and up-to-date.    Large lofty rooms,  heated with hot water.    Perfect fire appliances.  Night and Day Service  Patrons of this hotel will  find  in -it all  the comforts ot home  Perfect satisfaction is assured all'our guests.     It is  thc most centrally locuted-hotel in town.  Bar Stocked with Best Wines, Liquors, Cigars  ' WALSH & HARTMAN, Props.  FIRST STREET AND KNOB HILL AVENUE  Your Milk  Should come from healthy and vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  manner Separated Cream insures purity and  quality. The Dairy produces both.  sly-31  n'"5 -  THE DAIRY       J. W��� Hannam, Prop.  : *fi x  Everything in Men's Wear  ���e  Clothing:  Underwear  Shirts  Shoes  Hats  Caps, etc.  ThoSr, Brown  'Everything- a Man  Wears"  BBDI  J  NEW ICE CREAM PARLOR  We have arranged for a continuous supply throughout the summer months  of the famous  HAZEL-'  WOOD  ICE CREAM.    Special Rates to Parties.  Cooling Soft Drinks of varied flavor.  THE DELICACY OF THE SUMMER SEASON--  HAZELWOOD 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.  Midway will celebrate Victoria  Day, Monday,  May 25th.  The cost of operating the Panama canal will exceed $4,000,000 annually.  Joe ��� Lally, the veteran ' lacrosse  player, organized 340 teams in the  west on his recent tour.   .    ���  The Royal Hank of Canada has  taken over the branch of the Bank  of Vancouver at Hazelton.-  Over fifty million dollars   will   be1  expended in the construetioa   of the  Panama Pacific Exposition.  Twothundred, acres of land near  Walla Walla, Wash., recently sold  for $26,000, or $130 an  acre.  When the coal mines at Nanaimo  are working full force the payroll of  the miners amounts to $400,000  monthly.  Labor conditions v in Victoria,  especially during- the last half of  April, were better than for the past  two or taree months.  Teamsters   in the employ  of  the  city of Fernie   have secured   a   new  agreement   which   provides    for    a  wage in future of not less   than $80  ���a month.  The area of Vancouver   island   is  approximately 15,000'. square miles.  That of  England and! Wales   com -  .bined   is   58,524,   and ;of   England  .alone, 50,879.  The Liberals in' the Revelstoke  electoral district have chosen Dr.  W. H. Sutherland their standard  bearer at the next elections in the  provincial house.  The Sells-Floto circus will; pass  up Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, this year  because the town is "dry," claiming  that they always lose money when  showing in "dry" towns.  When the Kettle Valley railway  i.s completed it will cut at least 48  hours off the time now required on  the journey from Princeton, xii..  Spokane, to Vancouver.  One night last week robbers  broke into the safe in the Revelstoke, postoffice and succeeded in  escaping'wittrsome $150 and. three  gold watches and two chains..,-.>.���  The Hercules, mine in' the.' Coeur  d'Alenes lead all the mines''lh that  district last year for net profits,  and for the first time outstripped  the Bunker Hill and Sullivan.  Queen Mary of England   has   ordered   that   no    lady  of   the     royal  household may have  any direct connection with   business of   any   sort,  thereby putting an end to "graft."  The strong auto headlights now  in general use throughout the country are the direct cause of a great  deal of eye trouble arid even blindness, according to a Spokane eye-  specialist.  Chauffeurs of San Francisco have  just about established their new  minimum rate of $3.50 per day and  50 cents per hour for ��� overtime.  Almost all the big establishments  have signed up.  Sir George Doughty, of Grimsby,  England, died in London last week.  He was a ship owner and fish cannery man. He was heavily interested in a big salmon cannery on  the' Queen Charlotte Islands.  Sir Thomas Lipton is building a  new yacht to compete in the international yacht races   to   take   place  Travel East via The  Great Northern Railway  ���#  THE KNOB HILL HOT  A. O. Johnson, Prop.  ���HMnanMHMM  First-Class Accommodation for SVSiraers  FINEST OF W.'MES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN STOCK.  ���PHONE 72. YOUR  PATRONAGE SOLICITED.  next year at San Francisco during  the fair. President Wilson and  King George have offered trophies.  Mexicans in Mexico City attached  ropes to the statue of George Washington and pulled it down. The  mob was led by Jorge Huerta, a  son of President Huerta.  Creston   was  threatened  with   a  serious fire last Monday.    The City  bakery was badly damaged   and the  Cash store and the'Creston   Review  office were also in imminent danger.  The Kemp& Hebert  department  store in Spokane has purchased the  entire clothing stock of the Chicago  Clothing  company   in   the   Paulsen  building,   and   the  latter   firm   has  gone out of business.  In Lewiston, Idaho, a .few evenings ago Robert D. Blair,' who  joined the printers' union 50 years'  ago, was given a banquet By his  fellow craftmen, and was presented  with an upholstered arm chair.  Duncan McMartin, the millionaire mine owner of Cobalt, died in  Toronto this week. Several years  ago he bought an interest in the  Mother Lode mine on Sheep creek,  B. C. He was a native of Glengarry county, Ontario.  Thomas J.. Barriatt, president of  Pears'Soap company, died in London this week. He was 73 years  of affe, and was a pionser in extensive advertising. It is said that  the Pears company expend over  $500,000 annually in advertising.   .  R. H. Bohart of Wardner is suing  Peter Lurid of that place for $27,-  000 damages for alleged libel. Th'e  case will be heard at Nelson on  May >I4. Herchmer & Martin of  Fernie 'are for the plaintiff^ and  Harvey, McCarter & Macdonald of  Cranbrook are for the defendant.  J. K. Johnson, formerly of the  Creston Review, and lately connected with the Revelstoke Mail-  Herald, will this month start the  publication of the Labor Daily Tel-  gram at Nanaimo. It will be a  seven column, four page paper, and  will start with a circulation of 2500.  It is just 25 years since  the Eiffel  tower at Paris  was   built.     At   first  hardly , more   than   an   engineering  curiosity,;the-.Eiffel tower,<.fouqd'.its  .vocation ,;��� when  wireless -.telegra  was   invented.  '   Now ;" the   cor  time    and   a   budget   of   the  news is  flashed from it   twice   daily  to ships at sea and  far  off   French  colonies in Africa.  Over a ton of soap  is# used   daily  in   the   Ford   automobile   works   at  Detroit.      When'   the   averag-e   person thinks of lubrication, he   natur  ally    thinks    of   oil.'      However,    a  reat deal of lubrication at the Ford  plant is achieved with good old soap  and   water.      That   is   to   say,   the  work of grinding machines, for   ex  ample, is conducted with   a   cutting  compound   the   main   ingredient   of  which is soap.  Rabies has made its appearance  among the dogs of the Cowichan  district. Two suspicious cases also  occurred some months ago at Mission. The Dominion veterinary department branch at Victoria announces that it is prepared at any  time to forward complete treatment  for hydrophobia. This must be administered to the person as soon as  possible after being bitten, which is  some weeks before symptoms develop. The treatment can be administered by a local physician.  Hotel Brooklyn  The Only First-Class and Up-To-Date \  -Hotel in Phoenix. New from cellar  to roof. Best Sample Rooms in v the  Boundary, Opposite Great Northern  Depot.      v   y      Modern Bathrooms.  STEAM HEATED.  O, D. Bush, Prop.  O1  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix, B.C.  oyI  SOLE AGENTS FOR PRINCETON COAL  Dealef in Lumber, Shingles, Lath  and Cedar P^^  ; First-Qlass Fir^ Tamarac Wood.  MOVING MACHINERY OUR SPECIALTY  IfTired of "Wopcli try Princeton Coal  -���'&���&  ���Ml  a <���+���'.', i-:\:fl  IxxIXil  EASTER SPECIALTIES I  P^ncy New Zealand butter; 40c. per lb.; 2 lbs. for Vbc^  Empress Creamery butter, *Oc. per lb.; two lbs. for 75c.  New laid Farm EK*s, 36c. per do*.; 3 doz. for*1.00.  New ,aidl ^��a' EfiHEs�� *Oc. per doa.  Fancy Sugar cured Hams, 27c per lb.  Choice Breakfast Bacon, 28c. per lb.., ^ ������^:':':)v  ��� Pure Leaf Lard, 5 lb. Pail for 31.OO. .' .���''���'':'..'-:  mm  P. BURNS & CO.; LTD.  Wholesale and Retail Butchers and Produce Merchants  PHOENIX, B.C.       PHONE 2  1  Stop off a few days, without charge,  and see the Famous Glacier National  Park enroute.  For further particulars, apply to the  agent��� J. V. INGRAM.  .Insurance Agent  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE GLASS,  COMMISSIONER FOR TAKING  AFFIDAVITS  FIRE,  LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX, B-C.  SPOKANE TO CHICAGO WITHOUT CHANGE  Phoenix  Stage Line  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 8.45 a.m. >  " "        lowertown,   9.00a.m.  [Standard Time  Leave Greenwood 3.00 p.m. J  PROMPT  ATTENTION  TO  EXPRESS  AND   FREIGHT  J��� FULLER, Proprietor   ' JULJgl?^.  EJHWaji  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  Sent,   to iiny part of  the   Do  minion foi' $2.00 a year.  < ?mm$&i$M 'X^xx-lxXx.x.x^:,^:  ^^���^mmm-nf^  M.,*'1 ���Jr'i' w,'  (THE   PIONEEE,   PHOENIX,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  e|<;b^nnj|p$he  . ',-   ,^*v  ��ifM|��i^eniman^tr^Q^emark: snuggle' " $ ��v  }%fe;01ike!assecond skin to every curve   ** s,   -  ^*s#^of$fd6t:ahd,Uimb:;i>They do not    S'  %m&$:m'<$iip t^!imi^!x>  iKilf-  te��^V''.^iV^'*��?,'fc-'':'-i'7-'-v:'-��'  M^^'jism^^^'i i ','ZZ ������'.������ '--/.,..,.. ���..  ^fe^i#>^^mJ^i?ria��.*e*i'iia'B?'Bfi��^i-!j  THE  MINERS1  UNION  OPERA  HOUSE  'FEATIJRESI  Miss Swanson left lost Saturday  for her home in Spokane.  We have at all times an abundant  supply of milk.���McKay's Dairy.  Mr. and Mrs. llobt. Forshaw spent  last Saturday in Grand Forks.  '"For Bent���Housekeeping rooms in  the Biner Block. Enquire Geo. Evans.  Miss Ada Pierce is spending a few  days in Spokane visiting with friends.  -A. Andren, who owns a nice fruit  farm near .Nelson, returned home  Tuesday.  Mr. and Mrs. 0. M.' Campbell and  son w��re down to Grand Forks last  Tuesday. ' <  Fred Falconer returned Tuesday from  Cascade, where he had been spending  a few days. l'  Barney Oosgrove returned Thursday  from Grand Forks, where he spent  several days. ' <        \  Don't be afraid to ask for, an additional supply of milk and cream.���  McKay's Dairy.  O. D. Bush, proprietor of the Brooklyn hotel, was down to Spokane on  business during the week.,  The Phoenix Miners' Union has  changed its regular meeting night  from Saturday to Thursday.  Mr. and Mrs. Wetland left yesterday for, Spokane, whore they intend  to make their home in future.  Rev. A. T. Bell was over at Nelson  and Kossland on business relating to  rhurch matters during the week.,  ���i  Angus McPherson returned Saturday from .Spokane where he went  under an operation for tonsilitis.   -  The Phoenix Football club will hold  a meeting this evening at 8 o'clock' in  the basement of the Queen's hotel.  NOALUM  ' PLAINLY*  [^WHITEST,  BAKING  PURE BLOOD MEANS STRENGTH  the Phoenix gun club. All persons  interested should' make it a point to  be there.  TRY   NYAL'S   BLOOD   PURIFIER  People sometimes ask us, "Ho^ may I know when my  blood is bad?" ��� Vou may have boils or pimples. You may  have rough or scaly skin���a sign of coming skin disease.  Little wounds, scratches, cuts, or bums, do not heal up quickly,  as they should. \  'Now Nyal's Blood Purifier was designed for just one thing,  to make t'he blood right, to enrich it, cleanse it, strengthen it.  And it does it. Good blood means good health nine times in  ten, and Nyal's Blood Purifier makes good blood, rich, red  blood. ������ J '  We do not recommend patent medicines, but this is not a  patent medicine, it is a scientific remedy for the blood, and we  know what it will do.  %-r*z  itf��i^ii0Mf^^   ,..,..i'iriji  rinsTiWd/Parts;'  ^ackJBpnaytta^the?  The Oliver Typewriter has won in-  ' ternational fame as the perfect writing  I machine for everyJjne of business. "-  ��� Everyone should make an effort to  attend the concert to bo given by  Phoenix talent in tho Miners'  Union Opera house in aid of the  Methodist church next Friday evening, May 15th.  It is tho intention of the Scotch  residents of Phoenix to hold a picnic  on Juno 24th, iu commemoration of  the buttle of Bannockburn, that date  being the 600th anniversary of that  memorable ev'ent.  Miss Huffman of Grand Forks will  be in Phoenix next Tuesday and Wednesday, May 12th and 13th, with a  full range of spring millinery. Her  goods will be on display in the sample  rooms opposite tho Brooklyn hotel.  You should call at Tony Cervo's  newly renovated iee cream "parlors,  nicely fitted up for the convenience of  guests. Ice cream and soft drinks always ready to be served. Call and  see his place on your way home from  tbe show.  THE PHOENIX GARAGE  STRUTZEL &   HOWER,  PROPS.  '      KNOB   HILL   AVENUE-"  Agents for Goodyear Tires, Casings, Inner Tubes  Vulcanizing-���  A full line of accessories, including- Gasoline at ver.y"'  reasonable Prices.  Tires Inflated Without Charge.  i'ftlltltilftllll  John Hartman, accompanied by  Angus McPherson, was down to  Experienced lady wants position in I Grand Forks this week for his new  either dry goods or grocery., store, automobile. The new machine is a  For further particulars, apply Pioneer 35 horse power Overland.* It is  office. u j owned  by Walsh & Hartman,    pro-  Lost-Last Sunday or   Monday   a  P��etors of the Queen's hotel,  yellow kitten,  valued as a.pet.   Re |    Harry J.  Carson,   son. of Mr. and  ward for return at Dr.  Ritchie's residence. -   , "   ,  Mr. and Mrs. John .Anderson re-  turned to Phoenix this week after an  extended-holiday to their old home in  Sweden. -    - ��� -> -    -.���".,���  './An enjoyable May Day ..basket social .'.and' dance Was_ given ;,'by, thp  Bytliiii* SUteii "~-��i-��*--.^-*����� "���-.���^v^.:,  ^TiS^STagSf5'-  Mrs. N. J. Carson, is home from Winnipeg to spend his vacation. He has  been attending the'.Winnipeg' Medical  college. Mrs. A. L. Hall of Brandon,  Manitoba, accompanied him here and  will remain for a time visiting with  her sister, Mrs. Carson.     " , "    ���  Win.*Davidson, .Canadian represen-  m<  fiflEKS  *<<sm&iti#&s  mM&  .rathcona Hotel  \^Wite*W<d&iv^W &><&*& &%W\f.> r^l-H  Ghureh Services  tends t<>.erect a f our\roomed'cofctasse.  i.^.^ vT>v,'^ ���K%^>..   ^     ^'        <     ,-.      -     . / *^  ���Joe Trombley sighted a fawn Monday at his place near Silica. * He tried  to catch it, but it got away. He says  he   has  seen  no   bears   so  far"   this  ttme.thore^.as h.e~is .compelled to'bo ot��  the'road most of,the time.' It is only  a short time since he returned from a  trip down in Missouri, where he was  engaged in organization work.  : St. , jphn^s ;Churoh:-^'uii'daysy'r'HoIy'|  <^munion; 8a:cai.^:Mafcins^ip^W aim.; /  season. ,       ^ .1     Another   effort   is    being     made  Mrs. J. N. Campbell, who was here I at Nelson to get   a   successful  zinc  ^HolyCommtinion^andisermoirjl A0m"-|for several  days   viaitia8   with   her j smelter in operation.  '8imi^^^hM,^:p^i^eB^'-''e^^ parents, Mr and Mrs.   Thos. Richards,  m I*??,iim ;Weet days: Mafcihs,-7.30;  fT���!* ^her home in  Grand Forks  Donald McCallum, official administrator for the Grand. Forks' electoral  district,' was up from 'Grand Forks  Thursday inquiring into the mine accident cases.  I  The Phoenix Club  Deichert & Morris, Props.  PIPES, CIGARS, TOBACCOS, CIGARETTES  V  BEST BRANDS ALWAYS ON HAND.  Special Line of the Famous Haid Chocolates  �� ^x^;^,;;Smbkers! Supplies. . ,. '.Soft Drinks v.-   -���   :.  ^if'tM��'f**'&v.&t-'l!jjr*^ i>  ENGLISH  BILLIARDS,   POOL,   BOWLING ALLEY8     lllllllilfc!!!^^  ^.;:/,.a;r^,,t;.;.7;.K'V  '^'^f*-^>  y-H.,T'.;V.-ff^i%k'4^i(^.'��� <*'t >;L;.':.^ :  m\::kmmk^^'xs:  ���:m  llillliiti  iMm  Prices.':  Free;";  llii^i^Fiiiaii  aizuolatlon  wmm  ettaliliMorwKril��i!��neront  Oder from on ralabllBhod  torn, v iv�� tuo. eltias fmr  Wfttchot  to   thonaaod��    ol  ���     ;,l��OPlo   ��I1    OTOt "tlio  ,   world   , as ;��    imsa  .- mamttiaemmt. :��� Now  ������.', It    your   choneo    to  obtain ono. ' Write  now,  ��� ondMiBc / 33  cents for ono ol  our  iMhlonablo Ludlot'  Jtftai   ; Qxuait.      or  <3eata'   Alborts,. sent  ewrltm paid to wen  wltb the wsteh. which  wUl   be   ulTon   Brno  (tbese ' watches     are  :   wcrantoed fl��o rears).  ���nonld . yoa ' take od.  vnntasa ol onr rnarral.  ���to toll   your  irleiida  tha   bountiful    watch..  to ba tens, but aond  li'Wgwf^^WlELIAMa  % fSoT^* WhotaSS''  !"iU^t(t^M*).��,PoriiweZll�� Hoid. todSSj^  lB?���V^'Ut-,���ifIi���'.^:l:.'���.,'    -'- :������"-..���' "  j^thbdistjChurch^Su^  and JBibleJclass, 2.30 p^mi;5%\^ttg ser-  W��?-$&'&^P&ttim<i^^  ;dM;^^ng,5:afc^:;p;m;'Sil^  SSn^;:'   '      ""   MILLINERY DISPLAY  todayJ\Scib^l:rrat��'2l303v:^^  ;-;Se^ce^:at;^.3u^^ni^ ^Bfev;  'S��^S^1^��^i:i^^P^(^e^  ^elc9me. ;Mev;. jr. ��� ^.Munrbi minister;  For Sale���Hatching eggs, Wyan-  dottes, Minorcas, White ' Leghorns,  Brown Leghorns, Indian Runner  ducks-and Pekin ducks. Apply at  ranch.   Kobt. Forshaw. "  -A meeting has been called for this  evening at 7:30q'clock at the*Brooklyn  hotel for the purpose of reorganizing  MISS -HUFFMAN, of Grand  Forks, will be in the Sample Rooms,  opposite   the   Brooklyn   Hotel,   on  Tuesday and Wednesday,  May 12th and 13th,  with a full range of SPRING MIL-  LINERY, TRIMMED HATS, all  latest styles, and invites' the Ladies  of Phoenix to call and inspect her  display.  F^��wich 9u;Mity of our Milk and  Cream is^ gainingf hew patrons  fpf;/iis daily. VVe solicit a trial.  Delivery made .to any part of the  xitjv ::.:Mail;uS-"a'card;"V::.'  The PHOENIX DAIRY  ; ���  ;   W-i!L- ^Kny & Sons, Props. :!       V  Methodist Church Concert  FRIDAY, MAY 15th, 1914  Miners' Union Hall   -  Phoenix, B.C.  Announc ement  nn9t\*\mmti\\\\t\\\\\^m^i^mm!^^^^^-!-^^^^-'^^m'^m'm^^m'^^^m'^^  E. C. HENNIGER AUTO. CO.  Have opened a Garage, and are prepared  to repair all makes of Automobiles;  We   carry   a   full   Stock   of Supplies.  An Expert Auto. Mechanic is in Charge  'Phone 175.      Garage Opposite Post Office.  GRAND   FORKS,   B.C.  Football Game May 13th  I  Instrumental Piece   Song........... ..���.........���.;..  Trio....;..............  PATiT I.  ...Selected   LANDACT  Similkameen Land District  ;,;-���;' ^/District 'of, Yale. ;"  /Mrs.   C.   H. Knight, John  ���"'\.  Finlay and Chas. McKay.  "--- Selected^  Miss Lillian Pickthall  ������������-���- .-.."The Church Parade" SMea3J8- Jennings, Butcher  ���...'.��� v.   anu Knight.  ................: ^...Selected _..Mr. T. Sallis  ������ "Brown, Broke and Breezy" Mr. J. W. Hannam  7 ���-' ^-~"DreamJ'aiid''.���.>....���..i>.,. ...:Mr. C. H. Knight  (assisted by Mamie and Ethel Silverthorne)  Pianoforte Duet..................^..  Violin Solo........���.���.  Comic Sohg.......���.���  Song...;....���.���^ ....  ; TAKE NOTICE that I, David Law  rence McEIroy, of Phoenix in Yale  District; .'by' occupation' a rancher, intend to apply for permission to purchase 80 acres of land bounded as follows:��� Optnniencing at a post planted  at the South West corner of Lot  10028; .thence North 40 chains; thence  West 20 chains; thence South 40  chains; thence East 20 chains.  , Davin Lawrence McElroy.  Dated 23rd March, 1014.  'Cavalry March".........  {m*B. K AMc*Kracher  . 1   Miss A. McKeown   Selected  ;...rl....Mr. E. A. Straw  ...."Poaching"............Messrs. Butcher and Knight  PART II.     '  ..... SelectedLi/Mrs. C; H. Knight, J. Finlay  .  l-.v.-and Chas. McKay.  Coon Song............  Character Duet.  Instrumental Piece...;..................  Sonf " "" ���"" '"7;VT";m ; Selected ..;..... .....Mr. Wm. Bellis  8onJ"'"" ""' to be BesIde the Seaside"....:...Mr. S. B. Jennings  Sonff'"'"��� "'"' "*"" Selected .....;... Miss Laura Bellis  B ���      "Let Me Sing" :. .......: ;...Mr. Joe Butcher  The Phoenix football team plays at  Grand Forks next  Wednesday,   May  13th, which will be its first game  this  season.    The   boys   will    leave   here  about noon or shortly afterwards and  will go down   to the Porks  by  automobile.    The Phoenix boys  hold   the  1013 championship,   and they  are in  the best of condition again   this  year.  There should be a good attendance to  see this game, which  promises to  be  an   interesting  one.     The    game  called for 4:30 o'clock.  Transfer of Liquor Licence '  IS  Welsh Chorus......  Song.........   Cornet Solo...........  ^Card of Thanks  The Welsh residents of Phoenix  desire to express their appreciation  to-Phoenix Aerie Fraternal Order of  Eagles for their kindness in offering-  a plot in their cemetery for the  burial of Thos. Pritchard, their late  fellow countryman.  To the Board of Licence Commii-  sioners, Phoenix, B. C:  TAKE NOTICE that I intend to  apply to the Board of License Commissioners for the City of Phoenix,  B.C., at their next sitting, for a transfer of the Liquor License for the  Butte Hotel, in the name of Luciani  jind Vichary to Angelo Luciani.  Geb. Vichary.  Dated at Phoenix, B.C., thisy15th day  ot April, 1014.  FOR SALE.   - - Selected............... ............Welsh Male Voices  "���: ������Selected .:...............:..........Miss Lillian Pickthall   x ��� ��� Selected .....���:..... Mr. John Finlay  ,   CAMP FIRE SCENE-CAST OF CHARACTERS: '  Sandv  Curley"V ' '" " : -" ���������������---.Mr. T. Sallis  Slim....Z" 7 " ' '  ----"-Mr. Joe Butcher  Cap  '���"" -.. ...Mr. S. B. Jennings  ccottv "'""" ��� ���- - - --���-- ��� Mr. M. Madore  Shorty!'" '" ���- ���������-��� -��� Mr. C.H. Knight  Nigger   " ' ���"��� Mr- G- p- Bames  eS    '   ��� =-- ; _.Mr. E. A. Straw  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders. ���* Phone A6S  James.G. McKeown  EGGS FOR HATCHING���from  my great laying Pen of S, C. White  Leghorns.     ���  $2.00 Per Setting. "  F. J. Harbinson, Phoenix, B.C.  CITY OF PHOENIX     ���  '    '     NOTICE  ���jPublic Notice is hereby given that the  first sitting of the annual Court of Revision for revising, correcting and hearing complaints against the assessment  as made by the Assessor for the year  1914, will be held .at the City hall, Phoenix, B. -, on Wednesday, the 24th day  of Jum. 1914, at 10a.m.  W. X. Perkins, City Clerk.  Dated at Phoenix, B.C.,  May 8th, 1914.  ./''.  lAItfJJ{��A��1 tL'LlLijBUIfmMI  ll ,1 L  ��* '    J      t "I


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