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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal May 23, 1914

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 The largest coppni* mines in  the Dominion are situated  at Phoenix. The Granby  Co. employs 600 men, and  has a monthly pay roll of  over $50,000, while the Rawhide pay roll is $18,000.  FIFTEENTH YEAR  GRANBY DECLARES  ITS USUAL DIVIDEND  -* - At  The Disbursement will Be Made  June IS to Stockholders on  Record May 29th.  Mullin Got Decision  The boxing-  bout  Monday, night  pulled  off between  Barney   Mullin  and Charlie Lucca  did   not  g-o   the  scheduled,  15   rounds   by   a   long  ways.    In the middle of the fourth]  round   Mullin   was given   the   de-'  cision on a foul.   Lucca was warned  repeatedly' by    Danny   Deane,   the  referee,  about   hitting   low, but   be  paid no attention.     He gave Mullin  Devoted to the Interest, of the Boundary Mining District  PHOENIX, B. c, SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1914  ')   Mining Notes of British Columbia  rr% l ^     '  The  resumed sbipme  I     The Slocan Star mill is  expected  to be running by the end of May.  A large body- of ore has been  struck at the Wonderful mine in  tbe Slocan.  Last week the Maestro  ., a  -   -     i       ��� '.*>���. xviictv   iijc   maestro    mine    at-  another low punch in the fourth and   Ainsworth made a shipment   of 200  sent him to h �� bn^i.     tk. __r    ...���      ,. -^ "cul   ot zvu  -^ The announcement "made that'  the directors of the Granby ' company had declared the regular  quarterly dividend   of $1.50 a share  on the issued   capitalization of 149,-  ient him to his knees.     The referee f tons of ore  648 shares, amounting to $224,472,   then awaided the decision   to   Mul-       L;^r    .      ���      ,  caused   an   advance of 50   cents   a   '���"���     In the betting  several   people Lfh ^����,   ��� C��Pper  ��re  -share   on    the   Spokane    stock  ex- Uked up some easy money.    LuLKS  Z. ^   ^^  cbanff-*- - I was the   favorite   r��,n   ,,/���..��.   ���'- J ?   ���   ��n.Elght   M,,e   <������-��*���   near  The disbursement   will   be  June 15 to the   stockholders   on re-1 bas,is-       The     foreign  cord May 29, when the   books   will   hacked Lucca strong.  Passed With High Honors    I     -At ^e recent school examinations  ZZZemnTat  Sand0ni!*��\f*irly good condition   and'   several  �� Leb��no^ ��� Oregonj we  find  that  d shipments. teams Wre now &fc ^ ^ ^    Marjo���e  Elkins,   daughter of  Mr.  Two different  outfits   have  a  con-I?"  - Georg-e E,kins*   of  Phoe  tract  for  hauling a   thousand   tons  each.     The   ore  is  being   treated  at  the   Granby  smelter  at   Grand  Forks.  (MINIMC STUDENTS ON  THEIR ANNUAL VISIT  -   f  Twenty McGill Boys Arrive in  Phoenix and Get First-Hand  Knowledge of Mining.  McGill'mining    students   to  the  number of  18  or .20 arrived  here  was the   favorite   two   to   one, and I Spence's Bridge  made  considerable money  was up on   this       t.      ,,  I *���.-���.- -     - * I     The   Hewitt   mill  population  close and will .bring the grand  total of payments up to $5,215,990.  Recent    announcement   that   the  Both men were in splendid physical condition and the contest was  keen from   the   start.   *They  bored  in the Slocan  has been running steadily for a  couple of weeks, and, it is said, is  saving 95 per cent of the values in  the ore.  uranby   company    would    have   to   *" and d'd *>ome heavv slugging and  float a  Joan of S.T nnn nnn <    ._   and rho ���.���������.... 1.    ..    '  float a Joan of $3,000,000 soon to  liquidate its outstanding indebtedness, $1,500,000 of which is represented   by   obligations to   Canadian  banks   and   the    remainder   by   the,       --��a, �����s  purchase price of recently, acquired   of three   rounds   each.    Jack  properties, led many persons closely   and Tod Boyce went on first  in touch urill-i the   n-���_i--.    ...      ..       I. -:...._ ^^  r.  and the honors were about even all  the way through. There was. a lot  of hard infighting and hitting in the  clinches., *    '  There were two fast preliminaries  Bunn  This  n��x,    passed  her  final examination  very creditably with   an   average of  95% m the following subjects, viz  Orthography,   Writing, Geography,  Enormous gains have   lately been [Kst^l^^ Gr3mmar' U' S' |nUmber "'""or .5" TrrrvecT here  made in the amount of gold handled  C   ^0^11^ "* , ^'^  ^  ^^  in ����*  -P^T car  by the Vancouver government assay       ^���B��PffnCUl'U'e' The tOUr,'Sts travel  by -��PicW   Zo  office      For   the   first   ten -days   ��, pub^ T^S     * ^^ **\M*����  car ���/��"1, ^  May   7,000  ounces  of   gold   dust  LldhoS hi"   ^T* WnCe ear* SpeC,"al   *WW    car. .   They  will  vvereca&heda^avalueof$I12(000 ;;lh;te^ **** ��-Zj ��  Th,was seven   times the   business  S^J^^  arrival there  she MfJ ������. L �� S Greenwood,   Trail  ipven   Principal   E.   E.  east to take up engagements  which  . J  done a year  ago.     The   gold  *  /      0���   came  from many different  places   in' the  Yukon, Kootenay and C-ariboo.  The     Consolidated    Mining     &  Smelting company has  been  doin^  Forty tons   of complex   zinc   ore l^"1*5,*1 ,ot ^ development work   on   Barnes and hisZ/TZl ?' f"  chosen from the mines inthe Slocan I %??��*�� ^, - NelsoJthe   energetic '������������  ana as a result the property is being  in which' thev   tearh   rh��     u-m  ���pm put in first class condition J many of whom     ave g     n�� ''^d  shipping   ore       The    cages    have'account ofthemselvesdsewbere  been   replaced   by  skips    and    the eisewnere.  w  ���>  i ���..^ *..t/OC,j. ��� ���w_,w "tin uu nrsr.  m touch with the Granby situation was tfiven to Bunn on a foul. The  to doubt if the quarterly dividend other>was between Billy Biner and  would be forthcoming, andj while Val. McDavis, and was awarded to  the declaration has settled the ques- B'ner on points. D. P. Dawson of  t.on temporarily, they assert still Calgary was the official announcer  that there is   no   definite   assurance  and D. A. Vignaux the official time-  tfc*   !�����,��!.* ��� . ��� . I l.A  ��-r����  *  .-5  :*r>"(   j   w.-43-LV  m  M .**'ij  of the payments being continued.  ^.President Nichols states that the  smelting operations at' " Hidden  Creek are confirming the management's estimates that copper .produced there can be delivered in  Ne^w York and sold at a cost of less  than 10 cents a pound.  [keeper.     There   was  a   fair  crowd  has been shipped to a   zinc  smelter  at   Hartford,   Connecticut,   for   experimental purposes.  ���   The net earnings of the Standard  mine   at   Silverton    for   1913   were  $731,225, according to   the   annual  report just   issued.      The dividend  payments for the'period were $650,.  000, and the cash   surplus   on   December 31, 1913, was $246,448.  It is expected that the mill at the  Wilcox mine in the Ymir camp will  shortly resume work.     In the   Yan-  ,kee Girl,.the Dundee and   the   Wil  cox,   Ymir  appears   to   have   three  proved  mines   which   will   orobablv  Nelson,   and     rh��r��    ,..=_���     .   ho       . ���   .. *    v y  Boundary.,Football Scheduler  ' M^^o~^UW^^ Mother 1^4'.  ..   *��-r Jno*!"-* ��t Grand Forks. *��� !'-    ,.  ;   ������ 17-Grcenwood at Phoenix.-,   *''  -  ."*  20���Grand Porks 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.  Nelson, and there were several  here from Grand Forks, Greenwood  and other surrounding points.  Lucca is dissatisfied with the decision and claims he did not get a  square deal. He is anxious to meet  <Mu1!in"afeain'.fetr any "-tirn^to^deSide?  the honors. , - Mike .���A'&ostinclli "of  Fife denoteshis" \viUingrne:*>s '-to post  froro'SSOO to>$2,000' on 'Lucca. "'lo  case of an agreement being reached  it is likely the next match would be  pulled off at Christina lake.  operated    before  be      extensively  long.  The Silver Standard mine near  New Hazelton is the biggest producer in the district. Last summer it sent, out ���a, trainload  of   ore  -S^I^W^ ^yielded  ^30��9PPr^ ilta *outmit���Mi��* i   ,is���.^_  whole .plant is electrically operated  It is stated that on   the   strength  of the   successful   treating   of zinc  ores by the Johnson   proposed  experimental plant  at   Trail, an   east  em  mining  concern   has   made   an  offer   to   a Nelson   man of $75,000  for a property he owns in  the   Lar-  deau and which carries a   large proportion of its mineral   values in   the  shape of zinc.  The mining properties on the  North Fork are to be examined by  a government mining engineer to  be sent out from Victoria. According tp the Grand Forks Gazette the  proposed examination will be  made  with the   object of determining   the  Work Progressing  Excavation   work    in   connection  with   the   new  luck-up   and    court  house for Phoenix is  completed and  the   concrete    foundation    will    be  finished today if all goes well.     The  framework    will   be    started    next  week,   and   by  next   Saturday   the  rafters  and probably   the   roof will  be  on.     Waiting  for   the concrete  material has caused   some  delay in  getting the work under headway.  they have made en route.  Dr. J. B. Porter, director of the  mining and metallurgical department at McGill university, is in  charge of the party, and has for assistants Professors Bell and Cooper.  Grand Forks the Winner  Methodist Concert  There was a good attendance at  the concert given on Friday evening   of  last   week   in   the    Miners'  ���^hodn*"1-*-"   .*.  --  It is  reported   that   an   aeroplane I  will travel to lvlidway, Victoria Day. I     'Belle    Rose  jthe church wish to kindly   thank all  r-   /     .   '. _        ! r ���' I those who took part.  Entertainer Coming     (    ,      Bachelors' Ball j .  For the second time this season  the Grand Forks football team defeated the Phoenix boys. The last  game was played here' Monday  evening and resulted in a 3 to 1  victory for the' visitors. At "half  time the score stood 2-0 in favor of  Grand Forks. The game all through  was a good one.     The teams:  Phoenix���Forshaw; Oxley "and  Duttor; Dutton, Knight and Porter  (captain); Clark and Pritchard;  Davidson, McQueen and* Manning.  Grand Forks���Pearson; Robinson and C. Mudge; Williams, M.  Mudge (captain\ami   Sapple;  Lake - "  Tne Phoenix Club' is  undergoing  a complete renovation.    The inter-  ior has been overhauled, and a new  If-you want ro become a  Rocke-/ floor iaid, and tbe appearance of tbe  -fvT<  ,1**"  W'-iK^i  3C  3d  ,  i t  ���>���.."'      ';  * "1* i.- ���  'I V  "�� .-T-'   I  ��&���;*;-  If* t ���  !!',v0;Ss,f  ^i'j'  V-*'  3C  31  'Phone 56  P. O. Box 309  The Little Store  a""""n*i"""^^  First Street. McKay & Knight, Props.  Try the Famous Peek  Fream Biscuits  to        -.*      .       Emslie,    the    noted /     The date b      fiJ|                                 /      "y��u want fo  become a   Rocke- /floor iaid, and tbe appear  I avy  l in Fhoeaix.      Ac a meeting- held   the /  '  Dainty, Crisp, Satisfying  Golden Puff  Pat a Cake  Digestive  Teddy Bear  -32 to the Pound  Connaught  Billiken  Coronation  Shortcake  -,        rectainmenixat   the   Presby-   in Phoem-x.     At a meeting-held  ^e  IJtenao church  next  Thursday   even-   first of the week the   dat/of   We/I  n/ing, May  28th, comes   well   recom-  nesday evening-, June   4th,    was ��-/|  mended from  the east.'   Of this vvell  Jected, and the   Miners'   Union   hall j J  ��      Sr-r��rri��h   was eE,grag.ec: for tnat date.      It was  decided to   charge   the  single   men  $1 for   tickets.     Married   men,   accompanied  by   their   wives, will   be(  admitted free.     In  the   way   of re-  GREEN VEGETABLES  Fresh Arrivals Every Day  Strawberries        Rhubarb        Green Onions  'Radishes Cucumbers Lettuce  Fancy Tomatoes       Spinach        Asparagus  Cabbage, Oranges and Bananas.  6 6  The Store of  K  at:  ac  ac  known    entertainer     the     Scottish  Canadian says:  "She is an accomplished elocutionist and knows how, when and  where to lead her audience in sympathy with the subject under her  guidance. She is never tiresome,  but full of natural life, and feels in  her soul all that is implied in her  hero or heroine, as the case  might be."  The program will include among  the readings "The Lengend of the  Organ Builder," "Saunders Mc-  Glashan's Courtship," "Seeing  Things," "A Dickens Reverie," the  "Spell of the Yukon," the "Negro  Nurse," and several others. There  will also be vocal and instrumental  selections.  The program will begin at eight  o'clock.   ^  Made Some Climb  Thursday afternoon O. D. Bush,  who has become an enthusiastic  motorcyclist, pulled off a classy  stunt with his new Excelsior machine. With Jack Clark and L. S.  Davidson seated behind him, he  made the run from the bank corner  up Knob Hill avenue past the Dominion hotel.- The combined weight  of the three men was 478 pounds,  and the motorcycle carried the load  up the 18 per cent grade without  apparent difficulty.  By Abe Martin  A real friend never gives your  name to an agent.  Some fellers seem to make a  specialty of making a short story  long.  freshments, ice cream, lemonade and  cake will be served. Geo. Rogers  was* appointed chairman of the  general committee, and the following are the auxiliary committees:  Music���F. J. Smyth, Walter Ross  and T.  S. Quance.  Refreshments���J. Morrison, Geo.  ���Rogers, Nick Palorcia, Robt. Moore  and Thos. Brown.  Printing���F. J. Smyth and Dr.  H. E.  Griffith.  The next "meeting will be held  Sunday evening, May 24th, at the  Miners' Union reading, room at 8  o'clock, when all interested are re-  requested to be present.  The Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting & Power Co.,  Limited.  NOTICE.  New York, May 22, 1914.  Notice is hereby given that at  a regular meeting ofthe Board of  Directors held on May 19th, 1914,  a Regular Dividend of \%% was  declared payable June 15th, 1914,  to all stockholders of record at.  three p.m., May 29th, 1914. The  Transfer Books of the company  will not be closed  NORTHRUP FOWLER,  Secy.  The Big Store  Today we offer you at right prices���  *-"   i'bi  Strawberries,  Tomatoes,  Young Onions,  Young Radishes,  Lettuce  Green Peas,  Asparagus,  Water Cress,  Radishes,  New Potatoes,  PLEASE ORDER EARLY.  [orpin,  f*+  WtsiWKSLaamSLWff^ WW*
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And they're just as comfortable,as they look.
I have worn this kind for years and I never
knew what hose satisfaction was until I got
them. You should try Penmans Hosiery—they
retain'their shapeliness—set snug to foot and
limb and wear much longer than ordinary hose.
Penmans Hosiery is made for men, women and children, in
cotton, cashmere, silk and Ipsle—in any weifeht; and all
popular colore. I-ook for the trademark
Penmans Limited, Paris, Can.
Hosier*/- Sweaters Underwear
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Subscription,,2.00 per year
'  2.50 to United States.
G. Kay, Publisher.
Shame on These Poets
When Mary starts to board a car,
Just see how brazen bad men are;
Why don't they turn their heads I beg
Why should they look at Mary's hat?
—Cincinnati Enquirer
Those high-step cars are a disgrace;
They are entirely out of place;
The distance truly should be half,
Then Mary would't show her animosity
—Detroit News.
When Mary starts to dance a bit
Men folks nearly have a fit;
If.more clothes her form did drape,
Mary wouldn't show her disposition.
Memphis Appeal.
Mary stops across the gutter—
Oh, mean things men' do utter;
Mary's anger 'gins to rankle—
Why should they talk about her elbow
—Ft. 3rnith Record
When Mary wears that short slit skirt
The men all try with her to flirt
And wonder if ^hat naughty breeze
Doesn't chill her to the shoulder.       "   j
Birmingham Herald.
Nelson received one  or  these  famous "letters,  which   in  composition
has not changed in  the - least   from
those which have been sent out  for
the  past  25  years or  more.    The
fake must  be  a  remunerative  one
or   it   would   not   continue    to   be
worked.     All    of   which    goes    to
prove 'the  truthfulness   of   the   old
saying that a sucker  is  born   every
- Application for IJqnorliioence (30days). ..$5.00
Apriication tor Transfer of Licence ¥7.50
, Certificate of Improvement notioe (00 days) *|7.50I m i n u te
'Application to Purchase .Land notices (60 days)
.$7.50      The  forestry  department  of the
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Delinquent Co-owner notices (90 days) —910.00
SnfeU Water Notices (30 days) 97.60
,  Delinquent Co-Ownership notices 90 days $25.00
Duplicate Certificate of Title notices $8.00
Cards of Thanks, 50 cents. |
All other legal' advertising:, 12 cents a line,
single'column, for the first insertion; and 8
cents a line for each subsequent insertion, nonpareil measurement.
Display. ads^ $1.00 per inch,   single
column, per month. >        -    •
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-.Mone> » ttcarce around  Creston
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province is doing some excellent
campaign work this' year in the
way arousing the people to the
necessity of exercising caution in
relation to ■ protecting the timber
resources from fire during the summer months^ A picture entitled
"Putting out the Campfire," a
clock poster showing the four dangerous months, 'and a pocket whetstone with an inscription requesting
care in' regard "te fire,- have been
freely   distributed   throughout    the
Didn't Stay Fired
One of the bosses at the Ford
Motor company had to lay off an
argumentative Irishman named Pat,
so he saved discussion by putting
the discharge in writing. The next
day Pat was missing, but a week
later the boss was passing through
the shop and he saw him again at
his lathe. Then the following colloquy occurred:
"Didn't you get my letter?"
"Yes, sur, I did," said Pat.
"Did you read it?"
"Sure, sur, I read it  inside and I
read it outside," said Pat, "and   on
the inside yez said I was   fired   and
on the outside yez said:    " 'Return
in five days to the Ford Motor Co.' "
Gurney-Oxford   Baking       -g
Worthy of the Art  of a Chef    «§»
The average woman abhors having*    by the Divided Flue Strip with perfect
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to spend all her time in the kitchen
striving- to accomplish some new dish
in baking*. But when she can have a
range like the Gurney-Oxford, cooking
becomes a pleasure and a fascination
because of its consistent assured success.
evenness in every corner. The fire is
held low on a Special Reversible Grate
which burns every coal to a white
ash. There is a lift-up Broiler Top to r
expose the full fire, and a smooth
polished surface that requires no black
lead.     The  Warming- Closet is big
The  heat   of the  whole range is,  enough and strong enough, to hold a
controlled   by   one lever,  called the    whole dinner service.
Coming Events
Bauscher-French   Carnival    company at Phoenix, May 25th to 30th.
K. of P. Graud Lodge, Kamloops,
May 27th.
Odd Fellows' Grand   Lodge   Victoria, June 10th.
1   Chahko Mika celebration Nelson,
July 13 to 18.
Spokane Interstate Fair, September 12 to 20.
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Tf^ii5,"/-«7'lf" Aft'-.
~ ^Switzerland;
Ttiare ts more
sn,d\ «a*»ted in Mexico
pe^son^wourd^tmagme:. Erom .fig-
Economizer,   with   remarkable   ease
and effect.
The oven is entirely surrounded by
a perfectly even heat of any degree
required for any kind of baking.
Pans of biscuits, light rolls, or cakes,
all cook evenly with a delicate, golden
brown crust without having to be
constantly changed around next the
heat as in other ranges.
This perfect Gurney-Oxford oven
encourages a woman to attempt
delicious and unusual recipes of her
own invention. Her reputation for
being a " splendid cook " is at once
The Gurney - Oxford Economizer
regulates the exact degree of heat
which is directed through the oven
This Gurney-Oxford is the  range
for women of to-day.
(sSo is the'American cash the tourists
A fat man   has   won   an   athleti c
contest at last.     He slipped aad felljernment loans are all  quoted on the
on the  other  fellow   and    knocked j London   market    and   amount    to
him out. I$115,000,000.    Tramway and   eiec
— *  Itiic undertakings account for $100,
ures compiled/ in" London, the
amount is at least $500,000,000.
The railway capital alone is $370,-
000,000,   while   the   Mexican   gov
Back   east   William   Damm  and  000,000, with   irrigation   bonds   to-
Lena Good were recently  married
You can make your "own
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Large bullfrogs are in demand on
the farms in, Kansas. '•Some of the
farmers say they want them to eat,
others want them to sing, while
others say they just want them
around.     ' ,
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A judge over in Seattle has a
peculiar sense of justice. Harry
Bos well, a saloon keeper in that
city, who drove an automobile that
kilU d a working girl, pleaded guilty
to tiie charge of manslaughter and
was fined $1,000.
A decrease of 1,000 in the number of miners' licences issued in
this province last year is raising
alar.n in the eyes of public men,
and in those interested in the development of mining. The prospector
is the trailblazer, and it is he who
pav'js the way for the mining development and consequent prosperity which follows.
tailing $12,500,000. Oil companies figure at about $32,500,000.
There is also a Mexico City loan of
$5,000,000. With these items it
will be seen that the amount of
British capital invested in Mexico
is not over estimated in the figures
quoted above.
Boozy Auto Drivers
In B. C. the liquor law is an
open farce in reference to auto
drivers buying and drinking booze.
Every day in sOme . part of the province drunken drivers are seen steering autos through the scenery. Before the summer is over the papers
will have some live items, and a few
families will have crape on their
doors.—Greenwood Ledge.
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| KiiigEdward Lodge j WOOD
^A        No. 38, A.F. and A.M.
/•«CC3» /       First-class Fir and Tam-1 SYNOPSIS OF COAL
Regular communication at 8 j
p.m.   Second Thursday of
Emergent meetings as colled; Masonic | Pine   Wood,   $5.00 per cord.
Hall, McHale Block.
arac Wood, $6.00 per cord MINING REGULATIONS
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Times are beginning to brighten
up in British Columbia. From all
points come reports of large numbers of laborers being put to work
on railway construction, in sawmills, in lumber camps aud at various other employment. This 'will
rid the cities of their idle populations, and these men will be creating payrolls and putting money in
circulation, instead of being burdens
to the community.
The time worn Spanish prisoner
fake is again being worked in this
country.    The other day, a   man   in
Did Man Good Turn
Governor Hughes of Kansas has
granted a parole for 60 days to a
prisoner at the state penitentiary so
he might go home and harvest his
crop. The prisoner has a family
depending on him, arid the governor
decided the family needed   him   for
the   next  60  daysmore
state of Kansas did.
than  the
greet the coming of a case of
Because the Beer is so good
and wholesome it brings the
Shoes that Fit!
We make a specialty of Miners'
Shoes; good fit, nice shape, and
nothing but the best of stock nsed
Knob Hill Ave.        Phoenix, B.C.
John Fiklay, Jr.,
W. J. Pikbcb,
I. O. O. F.
Snowshoe Lodg-re
No. 46
Meets every Monday Evening at
Miners' Hall. Visiting brethren cor-
dially invited. .
A. Ii. MKinnon, Noble Grand.
Wm. Oxley, Fm. Secy.
E. E, Barnes, Bee. Secy.
Daughters of Rebekah
Phoenix Lodge No. 17
Meets i»   the   Miners'   Union   Lodge   '
Hall "f'rriBt tttA TfSsQ. WetfaetftlayB.
Mtb. *R. SS. Baram, Ntfble Grand
MTe. A. D. McKenzie, Secretary.
Phoenix Aerie No. 158
Meets in Union Hall, Friday Evenings.
Visiting brothers are always welcome.
Dan Patterson, W. P.
.;.."'•■ T. R. Olabkb, "W. Secy.
Fir and Tamarac, double cut,
per cord, $7.00.
NOTICE. 'Phone B32
Robt. Forshaw
Of all kinds promptly attended
to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders.      Phone A65
/ *
James G. McKeown
K. of P. Lodge,
No. 28
U inwrMttd. and thpuld. know '
MARVEL ffifitim Spray
The new Vaginal Sjrflnfce. Tint
—Mo§t com^hlifnt.  rt cleanses
instantly.      Ask your
I druggist for'*; -T
If he c initot ta»HP"y «h»
butl^i 4statap>lbr.llliu(iriated
bdbi- «il<:d. It gives Ml parllc-
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Winaaor. On«. General Agents for <
Meets Tuesday Evening at 7.30.
Sojourning brothers cordially Avel
corned.   -
N. Davidson, C. C.
E. E. BabNes, K. ofR.S.
forwarder, and farmer*? best
forB.C.soil.See Catalogue fox
solid rtueuraxtt&c ot puiity
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■Vlountain Temple Lodgre No. 17
"Moots in Pythian Hall, Ijowor Town -
Socoiul nnd Fourth Thursdnya.
Goo. Barnos,
MrH. A. D. McKenzie
The first gold clean-ups in the
Yukon for the year are now being
made, and there will be shipments
ready for the boats as soon as the
ice clears. The Klondyke yield this
year is estimated at over five million
Medicine for nil Femnle Complaint. $6 a box,
or three for J10, at drup stores. Mailed to any
address on receipt of price. The Scouell Drdo
Co., St. Catharines, Ontario.         ♦	
Pioneer Ads. Get Results
for Nerve nnd Brnin; increases "grey matter';
n Tonic—will build you up. $8 a box, or two for
46, at drug stores, or by mail on receipt of price.
The Scobbix Druo Co. . St, Catharines. Ontario.
Coal mining rights of the Dominion,
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories and in a portion of tho
Province of British Columbia, may bo
leased for a term of twenty-one years,
at an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not
more than 2,560 acres will be leased to
one applicant.
Application for a lease must be made,
by the applicant in person to the
Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in
which the rights applied for are situated.
In surveyed territory the land must
be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsut-
veyed territory the tract applied for
shall be stakcl out by the applicant
■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 witn sworn returns
accounting for the full qtrantity of
merchantable coal mined and pay the
royalty thereon. If the •oal mining
rights are not being operated, snch returns should be furnished at least once
a year.
The lease will include the coal mining
rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available
surface rights may be considered
necessary for the working of the mine
at the i"ate of $10.00 an acre.
For full inf&rmation application
should be made to the Secretary of the
Department of the Interior, Ottawa,
oi; to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.
Deputy Minister of the Interior.
N.B.—Unauthorized   publication  of
this advertisement will not be paid for..
throw away your good
OVERALLS, because
they are greasy. We
can wash them lo look
as good as new.      We also make a
Specialty of Blankets anrj
Carpets. w
Phone 50.  Dominion Ave.
jUrr** V"-i  A  ^Tf^im^^m.  mmm  pmm^^  THE    PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  ,*7 ���& Vr7- ji**gB?K  'i;'.J;��t'V,!jS'^  ���      ��,        -',   I,:. .,  , /.<L*.  IfYouSuffer From H��t flashes or dizziness, fainting  -      . sPells- hysteria, headache, bear  ing down pains, nervousness���all are svrnntoms  not'Sn^e?*1 female '*****���E3^  Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription  comroitm the place of prolonged misery:      , * "l"'sa  Ii nnJlbe��Ln ??,ld b,/ .dr**eeists for over 40 years, in fluid form   nt  KrPCr b0iti��-.Fivin,? general satlBfaction.    It'cfl�� now be ���d fn  sugar coated tablet form, as modified by R. V. Pierce M l>    Sohl hv  ���   all medicine dealers or trial box by mail on recefpt of SOcin stumps!  WrfE 8'Cith!,?rnmUyC��ni.Ult U8 by ICtter' Cutely without charKo.  ��H.    PI1'B<T-'R    P rPiCA���   ��f .W"' 0Ca Main "���'trcet' Buffalo.   New York  ����.   PltJ-US   -PCEASAIVT   PEULETS   BB6P1ATE   THI*   MVEIi  Concentrates  The  Queen's Hotel  COMPLETELY REFURNISHED AND  REFITTED  We beg to announce the reopening ofthe Queen's Hotel.    This  popular hotel has been completely refitted throughout;  everything new and up-to-date.     Large lofty rooms,  heated with hot water.    Perfect fire appliances.  Night and Day Service  Patrons of this hotel will find  in  it all .the comforts ot home.  Perfect satisfaction is assured all our guests.     It is  the most centrally located hotel in town.  Bar Stocked with Best Wines, Liquors, Cigars  WALSH & HARTMAN, Props.  FIRST STREET AND KNOB HILL AVENUE jl  j#3  Your Milk Supply  Should come "from healthy and vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  manner Separated Cream insures purity and  quality. The Dairy produces both.  THE DAIRY ���' , jJ- W. Hannam, Prop.  yyiyy:yyyj:^^^^s^ff9SSs$iS^  ijfs  ���j'll&t  EVerythihg in Men's Wear  Clothing:  Underwear  Shirts  Shoes   .  Hats  Caps, etc.  Thos,, Brown  "Everything- a Man  Wears"  NEW ICE CREAM PARLOR  We have arranged for a continuous supply throughout the summer months of the FAMOUS CURLEW ICE CREAM. Special Rates to Parties.  Cooling Soft Drinks of varied flavor.  THE DELICACY OF THE SUMMER SEASON-  CURLEW ICE CREAM. TRY ONE.  Antonio Cervo    Stemwinder Building  THE BUTTE HOTEL  Bar Stocked with the Finest of Italian Wines.  Best Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  STEAM HEATED THROUGHOUT.  LUCIANI .& VICHARY, PROPS.  THE KNOB HILL HOTI  A. O. Johnson, Prop.  v  First-Class Accommodation for SViiners  FINEST OF v\ I IVES,  LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN STOCK.  'PHONE 72. YOUR  PATRONAGE SOLICITED.  Theodore Roosevelt is 55 years  of age. *  Paul Hauck intends opening- a  laundry at Silverton.  < > In Vancouver it is said that 60  per cent of the mechanics are idle.  Harry Houston will manage the  Nelson baseball team this season.  The Dominion government will  erect a postoffice building at New  Hazelton. '<  On June 30 the C. P. R. will pay  its regular quarterly dividend of  2}4 percent.  Alberta has 168 insurance companies licensed to do business in  in that province.   -  The first bank in America was  organized by Robert M "nris in Philadelphia in 1780.  Prince Rupert is objecting to  Orientals working in the restaurants of that city.  The Trites-Wood company of  Fernie is putting up a new store  building in Michel.  A freighter from Peru is discharg-  6,000 tons of sugar at the .Vancouver sugar refinery.  The licence for the big circuses  exhibiting in Winnipeg has been  raised to $1,000 a day.  The people of Princeton are raising funds for the' building of a fire  hall and forequipment.  The Remington Typewriter company's net earning's last year  .amounted to $1,751,977.  -One marriage in five is a failure  in Cook county, Illinois, the county  in which Chicago is situated.  The new Kootenay Lake General  hospital at Nelson will be built on  the site of the present building.  There are eight daily newspapers  in Montreal, and only three of them  are money making propositions.  Chas. Wright of Kuskanook has  brought a carload of Jersey cows  frow the east to put on his tanch.  Buffalo Bill is now traveling with  CEREAM  BAKING  P0WWR  A Cream of Tartar Powder  Made from Grapes  NO ALUM  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.      '.-   ���������     Mciera Bathrooms.  / STEAM HEATED.  O. D. Bush, Prop.  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix, B.C.  5SH-  type company is turning out a larger  number of typesetting machines  than ever.  Shorter and fuller skirts, normal  and fuller waist line, accordion  pleating, plaids and stripes���these  arc leading features ofthe fall styles  for women's clothes.  Because he received many years  ago a spanking which he did not  deserve, Frederick Crum of Syracuse, N. Y., has received an additional $500 by the wi.ll of his father.  The National Eisteddfod of  Wales, one of the most marvellous  musical organizations of the world,  will be at the Panama Exposition  next year to compete for the $10,-  000 prize.  In Barnesville, near Pittsbrug,  Pa., they propose to reduce the  cost of living so far as pork products are concerned. An ordinance  is proposed to require each family  to raise at least one hog a year.  Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the  famous author of the Sherlock  Holmes detective stories, is on his'  way to Canada and will spend the  summer hunting in the Rocky  mountains around Yellowhead pass.  Lad)- Doyle will accompany him.  An astronomical observatory station carrying a 72-inch reflecting  telescope, which will be larger than  any in nse in any part of the world,  d. l. Mcelroy  SOLE AGENTS FOR PRINCETON COAL  Dealer in Lumber, Shingles, Lath  and Cedar Poles.     Stull Laggan.  : First-Class Fir & Tamarac Wood.  MOVING MACHINERY OUR SPECIALTY  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  wood  For motorcyclists there has been  invented a celluloid wind shield that  can be clamped to the handlebars of  a machine  month ago and was wounded seri  ously, has just died at the  hospital near that place. This  makes three dead out of the seven  who participated in the robbery  Ezra   Meeker,    the   Pug-et   sound  AU'the latest Books arid Newspapers.  m^"f5.'��*5��3Bejr3��5B|  *e.-**l  Five thousand men will   be   given  employment   this   summer   on    the i Pioneer>   is ffoJog*   to   take   another  construction   of  the   Pacific  Eastern railway.  Phone 42 Phoenix, B. O.  The Standard Oil Company of  New York has announced a 15 per  cent reduction in the price of refined petroleum.  Geo. Aylard, managing director  ofthe Standard mine at Silverton,  has made a $40,000 investment in  Spokane city property.  An official census of Trail gives  that city 2.000 inhabitants. Eighteen nationalities are represented,  and there is even one Mexican.  Nearly half of Stewart's business  section was destroyed by fire last  week. The total loss is over $50,-  000, partially covered by insurance.  Notwithstanding the financial  stringency, the  Mergentheler   Lino-  Great I tr'P *:>ac**r east over the old Oregron  trail. He wants to reach Washing-  ington by December 7th, when he  will offer President Wilson a ride to  the capitol to deliver his message to  congress.  A lumber company at Ladysmith  has received an order for five million  shingles from an' eastern firm. It  will require three months to fill the  order, which is said to be one of the  largest ever given for British Columbia shingles. The will be sent  east by way of the Panama canal.  When the whistles blew at Port  Moody last week for resumption of  operation at the sawmill owned by  the C. P. R. more than 200 white  men responded. Not a Chinaman  was to be seen. The company is  inaugurating a new policy, that of  giving employment in its plant to  white laborers.  NEW VICTOR RECORDS  A Nice Selection of the Latest  Victor Records, especially  the latest dance music  New Songs, etc.  COME AND LOOK THEM OVER  Travel East via The  Great Northern Railway  E. A- Black, Jeweler  -JU L-U  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.  D- J. MATHESON   Insurance Agent  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE GLASS,  COMMISSIONER FOR TAKING  AFFIDAVITS  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX, B-C.  _j _u*m-ia...in m. i -i-1- 1���i-uu-  Phoenix-  Stage Line  SPOKANE TO CHICAGO WITHOUT CHAMG3  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 8.45 a.m. -j  41 4<        lowertown,   9.00a.m.  "-Standard Time  Leave Greenwood 3.00 p.m. j  PROMPT   ATTENTION  TO  EXPRESS  AND  FREIGHT  JL FULLER, Proprietor  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  Sent  to ruiy part of  the   Do  minioa for $2.(H) a year.  m**H<W5S3^Z&2%Zm:^  iVkrvp Uv -ux-Minpi*^ ri^minn  rmmmmmim ^^Stftf"  iE��8&SgSSSSffif  '<*-��V,T��U iff.    7 -1  . ^j^-h ��,)i*t;- Vj-vm  ^JS^^^^^m^niE^^^^^^^^^mM^^  iSS  rS^S  rii'-f *:.���'..; '. X,,^'A"-KaiSSM  ,��T  w,  /'  THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Local and General  cuts Monday's  in half.  labor  clean  The Sunlight way is so easy  ���just note.' First you soap  the garment; then roll it up  'to soak. After a .while you  rinse it thoroughly and the  dirt drops out like magic.  Why scrub, and rub, and  wear and tear the clothes  when the gentle strength of  Sunlight Soap will do the  work with never a hurt^to  fabric or hands.  Try it once���  this Sunlight  way.  At all grocers  5  C  FOR SALE  in  ���  Is? ���>* V  IS?.   'V      ,  The Porter -Residence ��� on Brooklyn  Ave., including Stable arid two big  lots, all fenced���for $700; one half  down, balance to suit.  D. J. MATHESON,  tf. - Agent.  Tlie Strathcona Hotel  NELSON, B.C.  Success!  The attainment of success (and by  that is meant the gaining of a responsible position in life, providing a generous income) is seldom a matter of mere  "luck."   The successful man of today  fs he who in the past prepared himselj  to size opportunities as they presented  themselves; his success is the result of  forethought and deliberation.   He has  considered carefully what would be the  most favorable and congenial road to  Mrs, John Mulligan left yesterday  for Spokane.  Mrs. Wm, Hower returned Thursday from Seattle J  Several Phoenix people  motored to  Bock Creek last Sunday.  P. C. McWha was up from  Grand  Porks the first of the week.  (   Axel Gustafson, has taken over the  Victoria hotel, on Granby Place.  We have at all times an abundant  supply of milk.���McKay's Dairy.  Miss Mary Biner and mother were  down to Spokane during the week.  For Renter-Housekeeping rooms  in  the Biner Block. Enquire Geo. Evans.  Wm. Tenny arrived  here  last Saturday from Butte, Mont.,- to join his  wife.  Judge W. B. Cochrane of Grand  Forks was up to Phoenix Monday  evening.  Mrs. J. T. Burnskill was up from  Laurier this week on a visit with Mrs.  Roy Turner.  Don't be afraid to ask for an additional supply of milk and cream.���  McKay's Da'ry.  Miss Maggie Park of Vancouver is  here on a visit with her sister, Mrs.  Robt. Forshaw.  All Free Miners' Certificates expire  on May 31st, and should be renewed  before that date.  Oscar Waldron returned to Curlew  Tuesday to resume work with a diamond drill outfit.  Mrs. Coutts was up from' Grand  Forks this week on a visit with her  daughter, Mrs. Bush. ^  D. A. Vignaux and family spent a  Last Sunday while fishing near Har-  rup he caught a fine char weighing  9J _ pounds, the largest catch of the  season.  Chas. Russell and F. C. Bulkiest?  will run their autos every hour between Greenwood and Midway for the  celebration on Victoria Day on Monday, 25th. There will likely^ be a large  attendance from Phoenix.  Geo. Elkins will leave next Monday  for Kamloops, to attend the annual  convention of the Knights of Pythias  grand lodge which opens there on  Wednesday, May 27th. He will represent Phoenix Lodge No. 28.  M. B. Wescott, assistant public  works engineer, was in Phoenix this  week with E. Spraggett, the district  superintendent of roads. Mr. Wos-|  cotlrwas looking over the government  road work going on in the district.  On Sunday, June 7th, tho members  of Phoenix Lodge No. 28, Knights of  Pythias will attend service in the  evening at the Presbyterian church.  The members of the order will march  in a body from their hall to the  church.  Geo. Vichary returned last Saturday from the coast. He was north as  far as Valdez, and was also at Granby  Bay and Prince Rupert. - Everywhere  he found business quiet and a large  number of m��n out of work. His advice to those who have good jobs in  Phoenix is to hold on to them.  The committee in charge of the  Victoria Day celebration at Midway  on Monday, May 25th, are making  elaborate preparations to make the  affair a red letter day for the Boundary, and hundreds of people from  the surrounding country are already  making arrangements to take this  big day in.  Grates are extra durable. Coal grate is duplex. Wood grate is the most modern type*  %��*2&  will take extra large pieces of  wood���just remove back end  lining. Ask the McGlary dealer to show you,  SoJy Morrin-Thompson & Oo.  success for him, and he has devoted his j part of the week down at Grand Forks  best energies in 'that  direction.    Thus, I visiting with relatives  Hi  51 ir/  Steam Heated Throughout  'The Finest Accommodation for  the Travelling: Public.  IS  DINlNGROOM    SERVICE  UNEXCELLED.  - Nine Well-Lighted  <=���'' 8ampl��roomsI  Phone 12  the real secret of success "lies in being  prepared for opportunity,'"* and this will  be as true in years to come, as it is today.   Think these words over, and apply  them to yourself.   "What Have You  Done to  Prepare Yourself for  Advancement?"     Anything!     If  not, why not get busy and do something.  Do you know that the International  Correspondence Schools of Scranton,  Pa., have helped thousands of working-  men to obtain an education, have taught  them the 'ftows" and "whys" about  their trades, and thus trained them for  the Kigher-paid positions in their special  line of work.       -     ,-  The I. C. S. can do the 'same for you,  provided you are willing to J'dig in.'-  Pete McKaracher, who spent the  past ten days at the coast cities, returned to town last week.  L. S. Davidson returned last Wednesday from the" coast, where he has  been for the last few months.  A special train will be run from  Phoenix to Midway next Monday for  the Victoria Day celebration.  Angus McDonald is over at Sandon  doing assessment on some claims in  which he is interested near there.  The Oliver Typewriter has won international fame as the perfect writing,  machine for every line of business.  Mrs. McDavis returned "Wednesday  to Grand Forks ufter spending several  days in Phoenix, visiting7.with friends.  Strange Animal  While attending to the pumps  of the City Water Company at  Marshall lake some days ago,  Thos. Moore espied an animal  about the size of a spaniel sitting  on the^ dam. On being disturbed,  Mr. Moore was surprised to see the  object dive for the water and completely disappear. In color it was  rather dark, a circumstance which  disposes of the idea that it was a  beaver. As it was much too large  for a marten, the probability is that  the visitor is an otter.   -C  PURE BLOOD MEANS STRENGTH  masmamawmmaaaaaaaaWMaaWaamsmamaaamwsWaameManemaW  TRY   NYAL'S   BLOOD   PURIFIER  People sometimes ask us, "How may I know when my  blood is bad ?" You may have boils or pimples. You may  have rough or scaly .skin���a sign of coming skin disease.  Little wounds, scratches, cuts, or burns, do not heal up quickly,  as they should.  Now Nyal's Blood Purifier was designed for just one thing,  to make the blood right, to enrich it, cleanse it, strengthen it.  And it does it. Good blood means good health nine ,times in  ten, and Nyal's Blood Purifier makes good blood, rich, red  blood.  We do not recommend patent medicines, but this is not a  patent medicine, it is a scientific remedy for the blood, tand we  know what it will do. -    '  QUANCE, The Druggist  !  )  i  '.�������-  . ���  >-'(<H* ��  jf ��.".*&���  S^^^^0^^^^i\ V '������������ ."'-'ISeas.^otoV >, .proprietor ��� i ril  ^f ���*�����&*&*��* ���'��� *** '" '"..'M-CJa^tinli-lake,'was in to wn'Monday V  ' -        *.        * '   . ���"     "     evening to  witness the Lucca-Mullin  Agency, International Correspon-  contest.  dence Schools, Box 25, Dl, Mi,Iar has retarned to Phoe���ix  urandi-orks, B. C.    ���. after an   absence  of several    weeks,  Kindly let me know how I may acquire I most of which time he spent at North  a complete knowledge of the subject fori Battleford, Sask.  which I have marked X ' /    An athletic club  in  Phoenix   would  Electrical Engineer      l Show Card Writing   I be a good thing.    There is  some  local  Saat^SSaZag      SZESbg' ^^ ^ ��*��  *?"  *  "*" *  Steam Engineeimg       I Automobile Kujiniiiej lfc WaS ��Dly deveIoPed*  Btnlci a"d   ��0n'  / mnit>s Enginecnng  I ' At the Methodist conference held at  on Vancouver Island.  THE PHOENIX GARAGE  STRUTZEL &  HOWER,  PROPS.  KNOB   HILL   AVENUE  Agents for Goodyear Tires, Casings, Inner Tubes  Vulcanizing--  jr\ full  .*(.  . JL   .       ...  -.    .   rf        ��   *  line of accessories,  including* Gasoline at very  1��" "Prices.    '      ���'*'.?--���- v  reasonable'Prices.  :i   - > '-"J1  iiiiil  yW00r  Tires Inflated Without Charge.  The Phoenix Club  Deichert &. Morris, Props.  MILK AND CREAM  The rich quality of our Milk and  Cream is- gaining new,, patrons  for us daily. We , solicit a trial.  Delivery made to any part of the  city.    Mail us a card.  ThePHO NIX DAIRY  W. A. "McKay & Sons, Props.  CITY OF PHOENIX  y  l��  '%myj':.-v-j}. ���  I     \ .- - NOTICE  - Public Notice is hereby given that the  first sitting of the annual Court of Re-  ��� ysioiJ ipr revising, correcting and hear-  ;;mg,complaints against the assessment  '������?-?S,??a��?iv��y J*e;Assessor for the year  .'���icW^^i&ejheld at the City hall, Phoe-  ;   nyi B.C,yon Wednesday, the 24th dav  ;��of June,1914, at 10 a.m.    ���       ^        y  :;: W.X. Perkins, City Clerk.  v;    Dated at Phoenix, B.C.,  ;;.-/:,-;::,;,;:r-May;8th71914.^ :/;/>'.-'.  Heal Levar Simulation  (����*FiJ^v.v.^"te1/T':^i.:v''li^'"''���''>?*��� I  WATCH FREE.  mu  ����*,**��,��h''orwaBl wneroua  S���    ,*2m   *m   ������abll��haa  ���inn.    We an glTlnaairar  Watdjea   to   thonxind*    ot  P*��pl�� aIIP orer   tha  world    m    ��     hnm  aawrtlMmmt.    Now  te ��� yonr   ch��oee   to  obtain one.    Write  . now.    endotlnr   is  ��ent�� for on* of oor  '.(aiblaoable Iikilat-  J(one   . Oninto,     or  ;Q��ot��'   Albarto,   nmt  earrliw pM to wear  with the watch, whloli  , Jill   be   fflren   Free  (tnme    watehoe    are  suannteed Ato rean>.  aboald  yon take ad-  ������'w.  ��^~*  _���  .*?n'ai5BO*<>n'n>��rTei:  i   i��-��-..���     wa  expoot  ron  to  tell  your friamia  about  oa - and   sham   Owro   tbe   bMnUfnl   ��.^h  Don't thtak tbto otter too good to betoi. btt*^  ���;aa-oant�� to4ar end tain   a  r��e  Wetrf,    *^2  D&UgJjg OOevt-M).-B): CornwmUtoirt.,L��Zg,��!*  I loot offer.  THIS  is a  HOME  DYE  that  ANYONE,  can use  kThe Guarantee*"ONE DYE for1  1 All Kinds of Cloth.  I ST*!"\.'n,,J^*'',!!roCtan'MO��Ml����ak����. TRY  |~lT LS****1 loZl!'.���> Color Card andBooklet.  LAND ACT  Similkameen ISand District  District of Yale.  TAKE-NOTIGE that I, David Law-  re nee McElroy. of Phoenix in Yale  District, by occupation ii rancher, intend to apply for permission to purchase 80 acres of land bounded as" follows:���Commencing at a-post planted  at the South "West corner of Lot I  |1902S; thence North 40 chains; thence  West 20 chains; thence South 40  chains; thence East 20 chains.  David Lawrence McElroy.  Dated 23rd March, 1914. r  Dr. J. T. Wilson, a Spokane dentist,  was making a tour of this upper country in his Case car and spent Saturday night in Phoenix.  Mrs. Prank Ackerman arrived home  Monday after spending several  months at her old home in Gei many.'  Her son returned with her.  The ever incieasing demand for our  high-grade milk and cream makes it  necessary ' that you should order  ahead.    Hannam���"The Dairy."  Nominations for offices in the Phoenix Miners' Union took place Thursday evening, and will be open again  at next Thursday evening's meeting.  The election will take place on June 4,  For Sale���Hatching eggs, '' Wyan-  dottes, Minorcas, White Leghorns,  Brown Leghorns, Indian Runner  ducks and Pekin ducks,  ranch.    Kobt. Forshaw.  James Marshall, of the Strathcona  hotel at Nelson,  is some  fisherman.  Church Services  Apply  at  St. John's Church���Sundays: Holy  Communion, 8a.m.; Matins, 10.30 a.m.;  Holy Communion and sermon, 11 a.m.;  Sunday school, 3 p.in,; Evening service, 7 30. Week days: Matins, 7.30;  Evensong, 7.30.  Methodist Church ��� Sunday school  and Bible class, 2.30 p.m.; evening service, 7.30 p.m. Prayer meeting, Thursday evening, at 7.45 p.m. Rev. A. T.  Bell,  The stated services in the Catholic  phurch are as fqllows: First and third  Sundays in the month. Mass at 10  a.m., Sunday School at 2.30 pm.;  Evening Service at 7.30 p.m. Rev.  Father C. Pelletier, pastor.  St. Andrew's church (Presbyterian)  ���Service, Sunday next, May 24, at  :7:30 a. m., Sunday school at 2 p.m. Ail  welcome.   Kev. J. R. Munro, minister.  PIPES, CIGARS, TOBACCOS, CIGARETTES  BEST BRANDS ALWAYS ON HAND.  Special Line ofthe Famous Haid Chocolates  Smokers* Supplies.       Soft Drinks  .- t  ENGLISH BILLIARDS,   POOL,   BOWLING ALLEYS  i    '  i  >  J5 '  THE  MINERS'  UNION  OPERA  HOUSE  Saturday, May 23  noun cement  FOR SALE.  , EGGS FOR HATCHING���from  my great laying Pen of S. C. White  Leghorns.  $2.00 Per Setting.  J. Harbinson, Phoenix, B.C.  e. c. hen Niger AU'ro, co,  II ave 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   FOR)C8j   B��� C.  5    INTERESTING, EDUCATIONAL REELS  No. 1.���"Filmographic Cartoon"���by Mayer  No. 2.���"The Idol of Bonanza Camp"  SPECIAL  No. 3 and 4���"Morgan's Treasure"���2ReelFeatu  No. 5.���"Billy's Adventure"���Chief Bazango Ar  rives -���A Screaming Good Comedy.  5"  VVc  si  re  XX '*  POPULAR MUSIC  BY IRONSIDES  ORCHESTRA  Matinee Saturdays, at 1 p.m. sharp  ADIVilSSION TO MATINEE, 5c. and 10c.  4' -#  I; \$  it)   1  LAD-MISSION EVtENINQS  -   lOc and 15c   [mamriaiiiTTnTmrmiinnniianwniiiiiiiiaiii n m imiiin..ii ��� , .- ,..      ..,    &" "C  V HI  THE PHOENIX 'PIONEER  Sent tounypai'fcof the Dn-  minion for .$2.00 a year.


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