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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal May 27, 1916

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Array ;1   t  ;/. ^F<^ ���v*^**^*-*  a********���'1" '���" '���l*il*^lw***,,lT?T!??!��?*!!1^  ft! ffc<  HUB, -^ w��   /M A^*' "Z4^* , V v  inop-sratipj^  elVioK^goodlVcoM^ ��0 ���#**?b*K  Aoyo^Tt-f^^  ty^bef*?  kin  ���*- A*1  ifrv'  ��ste4^toj-fe'^i-s  Sillf of"t1��e commuoity> whi|hf be    .���_,     .  ���^yuietrana uaasJfti         a  wiH of hi*  own    the   late  Mr  "5-M/*-" **ip*a ������*:&_.f ^ ^%��� r-a,��  iTjp^or^bric^.a   Pran"_&  ��� fell  Plan K. P. Initiation _   WlH 0f j-is,  own    the   late   Mr   fcoid  th(t tnej   optI.,tvd-'fr_m   the   '       . , C����onlypefiedaMampof man tare. R.  Arrangements ire   beu.fi   made Hw many qu--.lit.fs - - ��� l*��*  with the view ot ���pcunng D". �� K�� *>      '���- .  ��� __.._.  _  ._. rted 911 gpod authority  ^j^ttte^^ypbtn mine af *0.*_na is  ito be oplffed *jip. tt Vs but thtee  irndesiron-cKeremeo-*,.    t- * '^  4^D F,||pos'g��ft and D.^cLean1  'have !^|ed^4am>s ^|iair^^[o*-nson  |ake ! Tfey belfeve thaVSii-tfcict will  developjif'liig: Ip^vgr^de silver-lead  tmine,1 S ~ ���%*,, ^ ^ ^  K F'itB'ei|Godf*'ey, of'Old Hazeltoo,  tiapl^Athe^SV-fMane^ group in  llo^sqiiMa&iD to Chi^holrrti Bw>_��*  ^h^iMf a s^aft ��� do wo ^ Sq) feet,.  e-^ojbijoi^ good v'eiti of bdrmtei h  weo��ai^akes it*?' ndme frorr��>the  ^G|rm^d^obold/vmeaning^ob1jri^  TfieV'QAr^! was given it by tbe  "fti1det��>/b#ause'of the fact that ttfe  rntHerUL^wftich^ittoccurred^ con.  titned "ai^nic* anxlnvhich ^frequently  madeth^i siclTwheo\;hey5niried itr  �����  ial certificate of,the assaj  fe found on Rocher d^  i&ntain,   a shore* distance  *��*  _^  I TheteXPort^e*t cogues  due largfef-fefoTcang'estionJ lo^shipp-  jng, the recent rapid advance in ^tne^  'gnceof cash tiopper in London mdir  eating the existence' of an' acute  scarcity Electrolytic 's.^ now selling t)iere at ^15^ a long ton, winch  is equivalent to 34 cent-a pound at  tlie prevailing fate of exchange.^ % \  Regardless Ot lipwi fas^ *of,, how  slow the produltiep of copper hos"  incieased^tin ^the-, pasts the pne^  ajways, hasj been relatively ^ high  when worrd-wide justness *-con-  ditipns* "were ^ pfWperoui,^ i For  dlustration/ in 189&*t!$*p$oAF?  copper outpafr^was,, ^essYthan^^S^  000,000' poundsf^nd^hl^^ye^ige  price that year w^nly-40-|)^  a pound v It w|as4 pefiodof wbrl'df  -^ide indUstria^/depfessfon^ In  1%, hoWve!?*fwbYnf thV;fovri|i's  output w_s^a^_^'three^*^mes ^thatf  of 1895, "coppet^sofd^at? ^avelag^  oeiSJOtitiK (^q^vrtS  HearsiFrorrp^lMfmctEms  Jfe^  r%1  foV, about  three  �������  ��3H  S*'i%  K'tto aoitiftte * clMi of-P*th����n  Koixhti. Jit is intended that -tbe  mtmberh from Grand Fbri?s aid  Greenwood will participate    Many  sumtifted up in ttahe -woi  double .ro_ecd no man  There hyes to mourn hrt !es*5 twd  si_teff.M-r��.*tDr.) Godfrey and M��  Greenwood ��itt participate    Many H      w fiwont0t _F,0 Mr, #wl Mw  hf���� **_*^f*?g*g, *b��-*A *��i .H\ >r=C��--ftn ortnw cft^�� -- -���*- "  nhYt year-ago  v. ben i��e  Spolcan*r  1 ample,     II     M*b*nz,      viMted  <eoi.v��*r hto��*ift-��. ?*n was ote *ot  the hien \.Ofl��nfi  for   \ooancc* "it  for th. d iy.    He p��dr u��ai tnMru��;&.  ed to ni��.et WlnU    it th*_  Citunet  "*ae!P.e��^H��na_r**iws��^w^it*^^  fi'l#^fWiS|-eteBk%^^  ^kepgga^iM^iwi1  I^e1c6linmi!te^iafefei||*^  *���"-���---.��- ������'.:.-.'..-, *- ���   "-:iV;^.*���'<-���*���;'-^.'-'#-fg^'.*v---ii.;j  ;_Si^��l   f ;hAr*atcTriP!KlS-:i:_d0^^^&^  !  #?*^:?#S^:K5^K'%;tewV;;;.fv>S  ^'jm:Bi-ii<.'��';<#^^-.t;vg'^aj_^^ ^_? ;__y^-:'  ATternooii  ^:^^^i&fS0S^^^$ky$��^i^'  v>^-*-*'*H-a'.'i_^r:_^'-"i^^fp''r>ig^'-  ?t^_^_*_a_*.ft>#isSi .*M��_|:''S*-:i-'.T;  !>;����':  l?^^S  ifSv^iijiS^S'-Tft1  ^nlo^igibjaili-d^  *->?������ ^���.������-."i';���>'*"-��� ���'j^v'i,"-'**^*!^*'". \T-'''v^'-W^V***���'���**���'*''^ ���V^V:_,'*1*,'*'**!*''  l$^ssi_fitMu^^  i^-��>..vii��.:.*E--v**^-^::v.;!.&^-'-'i^^^  **��* '  ':;p^ultiiit^|^**>e^itag^  |*fi*^^*a��^|SlfS^^|'A  i;  ;#��i^.  ..f.v.v'^-i:'1r''''' "*-';     "; "���������'���������"���  :press;;iBr^id'',;:-;T'2ta^ ^iS*'^  ^_t^proye|i^atit^^^  ^best ��� :siU^.;f^pi?:'' hw$  '^^erv^vWh.le<ife_ay not:  other brands, Iheid^ieate  ^dm|i3s^ite fR^-Wg  ���id^e; taste. ;vv  ' ^^eb;yanetie^;^e'i|^  : yCliocplat^^:\QrangeV^Snovvy  - Cherry, ������Caramel,."*1;Raisin,  ���'���t... ,>J~   ;, "V-">.   "^  -���'...���*'* ���^���'���.'s ���'.     .     '.',  ^Ahgel;-FpiDd.,;:;T,?:^^'i'' ,->-\.- ' ���  .:f iHea^;/Biscuits���The'  new palatable, and whole-  ;^me confe^  pec ial ly tp��re.pa red f o r  . AVeak:- Sto_achs, and ftyr  ���children. Recommended  ^als-the harmless cure for  Golnstipatidri^ Individu-  :al}y wrapiped m waxed  :':p.ai3er~ '-���: '{ff,;  4*"' '���'     '*���'..' ,  >���.  In Cartons, 20c.  ttie h.en   -Ukw  for   \onance-   ��t h,Ki, ^e ^old X dues  thjyl^Uf**^**^^ -^o ^Afa.-__* ___t  r__ ._     ��4 ... Ush^*-*.... sii^lr-ii#*f-  iri*  *"*  -Smuh. ^atc, ftra th,_  b ^HJJj^t Keiripstofl     Trellttet  rhede��.Bate^m^a��-i^to  -��� ���*���*���'���- "JJSfJTilted- .^ome(vbS* Jn)h^aTff1��Se^��comiwo-^      the  Benefit Smoker Tonight   j-*rai,ce       * ������ ?     ofc-e-ordistnc deput*  eardine the^fiinds^flitl^pro^n  -���Of-     ���..       ��� ~'     ���������,-.^v- .iv/'.'/.- /.���������;'������;��� *,'-V-'-J-^'*.^i*-A.'.'.'.'M'-'- WV''V'':"W:'  -, -,i  ^Liberal asspci*itJ^W^|;f vyj|Jb^;^  ���'MA Pound^l^^lftr^l^ure  'iPb'undjd.eciared.^K  ^asCcbn cer n��d| J*^��M|d;^��t bm^; to  :Hide:'Withires]^t;t^  :opio;ney>;P^1^10he^i^  'rn^liiabdut^poft  "employed b^^e'pr^nci^l:^|socifc  l|onibu"t'by'"tK"!e^  i^o^f-ipnimitt^  ^^dpnaldAs^|airma^^ '^  ; ��� .ConfirmatiSrfbirmuch2bf��the'st6ry  'told J by;^o^o3jf/ "Sul 1 ivan'���' pn i the  Jg*it;ije'-^';sian^f|^  ^Siblv/F^^T-^elsliy' a -'conser-  ,0 ,'.��� i' ���,..- ���'''* *v .-.-:;���   ���'..���-*���'; .v.'T'-- \,"**\'- ^ -"     '���"-"'    '- .r\-'."..-  Native": ��� cJindidat^y^iti1;:, "Vancouver.  Heiaiu^lia^he h^'beehv-informed  by. Sullivan^7in-:rvtw6' wireless  ^messages from therSeatt!e boat that  the pluggers'w6re "on their way to  Vancouver from- Seattle. He immediately got into touch wjth the  police.at)d.the immigration officials.  The matter had'-been mentioned to  Hon. Mri Bovvser-fop election day,  said Welsh, 'and,rthe\Premier ex-  pressed the wish that'ifjfc, could be  shown that these ^men in,"��y*incbu-  .ver were:there for plugging:-purppses  they should bejafrested. Acurious  thing about the sitviation is that the  'Albariy:rqoms,.-iri:which a -number  of.the pluggers..vv^erie kept, js atsove  Welsh's grpcer-y^stbre. He did not;  know; however,;until two" or three  daysTafter'the-election that the im-'  personatbrs ibad'been busy so   near  him." '->V'':  ��� ','-������'������. ��� . . '���:   Card of Thanks  i��S^^a|iii3i^efflbWb��h-l  x^PftWB^MST^y " 'y&'&Zfiifygiffi:]  fitHilthd ^^oSena^f^clbpl spn^tp:  /c''Ji .**'���' j't';7 '���' '���-'''iyi'^'^H>i!t''^.^'-^:-y'-yU'^"-'',i''': ^.�����������-c'-"'"--_5': :'- '-**'." -. ',S~  (erntjark irtllpjsinessJ^t^^^  Unlptv t^i|||^||^^lrsl of|t|e  ii(p^p^wili^S|t|fj[^  'i.ipK*��y:hichJSifi^^3i^  pp<>i^pqt*^fea^cxiga  enabling��� ;hu^tb;;earn a-liveTihopdi*?';.-  ? ^Edr: thjeBnferrtatip^^  do'not knp'^NichOls^n,^be;:.it;|  he'should^be'��an   exam  who ���*&reAb1eyse'd;-vwirtS:"-ail^  faculties,5yeV are-ever,; complaining.  Af nierry;:1augh:land:^hearty_;hand-  stjake, com.bjne.d:?with:.:a.;'..'kep^  ception of;tlie; dutfls of a^unibn^irian  and lodge^brbt^erhks'endeared,him  to; all.     Failure tomakfe tilts' smoker  a^su'ecess" 'tonight'.\yill-Tstamp   the  benefits held  out  to..non-members  by the above orders >as a lie, a sham  and tool's visionr   Now let each  do  his.qrart. ( .>< .    .  R. Vick and family take this  opportunity of expressing their  heartfelt appreciation of the kindness extended to them-in their hours  of trials and tribulations.  Patriotic Socie ty Notes  y-�����;    _J  ". '���'��:-���������'  Proceeds"from the Edith CayjU'  pictures were $i 12.55. Paid to the  miners' union for telegrams', express  on advertising material and films  advance, $15:6,2,* 'printing 400. Admission tickets1, $4.00; advertising,  $4.00; operating pictures,, .^afternoon and evening, 4.00; Dominion  Exclusives, ' Limited, for -film,  $'30.00. Leaving a balance-, of  $55.53.  A raffile of goods "at Thursday's  meeting metted $2. Parcels to the  number of 20 were' also forwarded  "to the soldiers iivthe trenches.  At the dance on June 1 a rug  .will be raffled. It is a beautiful  piece of work.and It is trusted that  appreciation of the donor's efforts  to assist a good cause will be shown  by a handsome return of tickets  sold. Tickets, 25c; rug on view in  Black's window.  ���'���'���rt-.Tfc:  'M-1'  'tT^'yT~*l^ ���'���''" <V^'-*V��L^,:*���>���:���>*���������LJi....Lj:i;L^:  &:S3?^ ''K    fe.'^'-':.?l'-i",^'^Sli^M?^  -t?Ki>^*  I This mea# is; :h6me-cure<d-; - rThe skin is  if;rathef^ to look at..',^. ���.;  rf "simply&elieibusi to  #fc;' ' ��rie trial   will; :  $ prove their merits/      [��� '"^ "  .- ^^"/'^���-^H' -^S-i \ -.} ���  ���':'���;ti*��',  K  ;..'.!--^-i-^t*r.  ���':'vv ���  1.  1  a    _��,*��$��� C.  LeVui'HavQ Your! Order-Befbre It  Is All Gone. \  :_c  L1,11-CS>   ���' in    i"       "   ���*���!  Jl  _���-i =-==��� *���sa e_l��  c  wm^Mi  i^w��  ii JJn- }.-'���:  mam  .:��  m/  ;%^'  iyi,v;'^';v'ii��'Si^#'*'.':  "*^ 'i.-a.Wi-* -->.'|i-J!'-.'��..*'.*i9'-  �� i^p:^#/^;fK;;j/  6  :��*j^CvS;.l^ii*''vvii!?S  Bent; for ~ajMJx~  ���., ^a^tend^-hur^-Hi  '^Jfrwevs^  Mil .^j^  '"������'*' l��4|tf??$|^^  ;|p��ding|ti.^  Ms^;;-rye;,aresi^the;Street touchy they  [s^iyiwe^egleptvourhusi^  *..r*..Tf-,t>>_;-.0����*/i.---.-....-. '-- f*Se*Vstreet   l^arPUhd  attefr n ews.f?i��SiS?siy:  ptilllir"  f.:r'.jv,:'��.v';^  we  s we  are  sy'-say it is/a  .��� _joia''.  Invalid,.  "Buffalo?  '-hd-'dis--  ffisS^f^^S^^"-^ *?^'A��Wk^irheumati8mi -dropsy;; con-  Ifo)!^;!^',^�����;;:���?';Of ;v,:the^bl*J^der,!<;:scaldirig''urine,���"��� and  IjK^!^^ '   Sh��-,d we report a'..concert: and  ^^'SVi^v-ifevir^fprgiye^ us.;";" o .-itsS'  heart//brriit -anyfl}i|jj&:bn ;|hje liubjec t,  the, man's enemiesare/disappbiifted,  and we are branded ���aswhite-Iiverecl  cowards.  '''^ ; ;/.'/'/:��� ' ;���.-'/��� ���'--.\^'7/  tipbe'clpselyaffiliated withr/theGpld  .field :Cpn^b^Nevada.':';^.^���-i''''''''':^:v;:''''���;  $200^000? FORt:  IliiiilioADs  ' '.'���'. i',, ��� ���'. -������''..,:. ���'.-���' *��������� -/'������''  ������;- ���   ��� '���''.''. 1 ���      ��� ���'�� ������'���';, 1 ������:.'."���'-.  Goyernmeht   to   Aid;   In  Developing Pretnier  that development work on a "mineral  claim or group of mineral claims in  any mining district has proved tbe  existence of mineral or ore bodies in  quantity and of commercial value  sufficient to warraritan expenditure  of public moneysforthe construction  of roads, trails; and bridges to  facilitate the operation and development of such .mineral  claims,   the  Mine Products 581.1000  R.! E. Landis," superintendent', of  the Marcus division, arid J. Walsh,  trainmaster, who succeeds C." A.  Manlhe /arrived' in Piioehijc- on a  special car Mondfiy 'on a tpur of  inspection. The former ; superintendent,1 F.   D.   Kelsey,   has   been  ���s ....    , .....   transferred to  the  eastern   district,  minister:;'ofrriiries may authorise the^j Business is reported to he better oh  expenditure of so much of the publ.c  the Marcus division now than atany  moneys as rriay ��� be requ ired by .the  minister of public works for 'the  construction  of such;; trails,   roads  'andibridges.-:.-'���:���';:���'������;/.','.'���.;';���  ''Theminister^iof mines may, with  the approvalof the minister of public railroads  it -has  been   figii red - out  period during thepast six years,/due  in no small measure to (he opening  of mining properties.        .  1 In proof of the part played by the  miningindustry in <the  buiiding  of  "-.'   ����-���.���'���������   zzz^ZT r~���*~ ~"~ *"^"';uu? ^ mu | not give  everybody  taking  part a  -V- -titm.) persuasion* of many ^patients and the   ��� ;t   ��� *./     / ,. T.  S^mi^Increased -demand; ib�� this wonderful   flattenn8' wnte-up, we are liable  to  ���     healrng. Tablet, T^Pieroe has finally   have the few remaining hairs yanked  _edfto;put'it,into the drug stores I ���.'_; e        _      ^ j .     j ���"���"'  iSw^}-#^-i!_ "'V'^'.l'^vV -;'.:;;|;v/.We  are liable?to  receive   these  B|fpneor;;two leading drag-1_���'������;��� ,"---'-.. ���'���-���!���-���-."-. . :.-���..,:���' ���'..���'  ^ ^^havej/man^  "O^lV/bf^ Anuric "for their '.'j al ways   ready. ���'��� to   recei ve   v isitbrs  irsi-iniand''around this \:&it��u-'':'--'"::���-���������?     ���   . ,'������ ..���������������"'������.. j^:.-j-"  ^���-fc;;;pT3toinable;;^^  '^^^fe:?Kej*e&;;i6r.\trial   hot.;   Qfr-coiirae^ wej,do  ribit  claim  >orks, authprize;an^expenditure  of  public moneys^/toward"'.'the,; making  of/trails, roads and bridges in   arid  tp any mineral district for  the  purpose of facilitating /the  exploration  the  mineral   resources "of such  district,   such expenditure  not    to  .exceed 50 per cent  of the  cost  of  construction,:and may,/where  such  trails, roads arid bridges- are  made  totNsmcszz* wcr v^-^Vi-^'^,i'*"������ "ai i uyi,:,. -.*yp course   we   ao���'������������not', claim ������������"'  ^&'a* ��^^P^?ua Pface ia>3*pur;;ppei"H^  *{Sji   ������    i * jfeVfe*"^''?,'.'''       ''V**'^"..'.;^'-'.'*.^ -.: ;    Ori;a  asft fe^%-.i.. -'������'.   . ../������K��,itf^,fey::. :.;..-��� '.I a"snap.>/'^/;/'/��';''= -/V :.^;.;f"/(>-// ���   :.*/::'VV:| V/".rt  |||:/ISSUED;.^E-a^  at Vnom^M^i^^o^^K:  '1.  :Uiiiomsig|Flp^  ���V^Accord^  ���by.'tHs/depar't'm  The^ gbverrimterit's^bill to appropriate $200,000 toward building roads  and trails to mineral   claims   makes    .  ������'������ \j. *���..���-.������.,������ . .i 0"  effective  another of the/proposals  for assisting  mining,   which /Hon.  "Lome A. Campbell announced when  he was. appointed to the portfolio of  mines.    It is entitled   "An "Act, to ������.-���..���....���.-..,...  Grant Special Aid for the  Devatep-Wf"���*���*".orVcorppratlbh.having  ment'.6f;the-:Mining:'.hdustry  Province;'^ '?'": j|��ng��oterests in such district  refund  Aidin^adconstructi  given iri/cases where^examination of ^rt!pn "^ "ceed.ng 50 per cent of  aprospectfshowsthatdsuch   exp^  Iture of public] rrioney is Warranted:     ���   T*"?   ls   ^reby  ^PProPP**ted  a favbrableireport,lup ^ 50 per ?"^^ f��nd  cent^fthecb^  '    ��� hundred   thousand   dollars   to    be  that iri .a 1000.|on ��� train of cars  loaded with freight in Hie proportion  iriwliiclv the cbuii try's freight tonnage is divided, would carry in tons  as /��� follows: Mine prodticLs, 58.1;  manufactures, 145; forest products,  105; farm and ranch products, 103;  merchandise, 38; miscellaneous, 28.  E-VMNlj P0WDDI  Made from cream ol farlar  derived from grapes.  ���.'.;������ ':-:yy:...'j':-:.Lyy,y���".-:,.;y.:,u: ���./���/',--'\';"/-'.'���*.'"���  Best for good food and  :':;,:"/;/;���;:, :;;;',go6d''hfeaith.:i  NO ALU  For King and Country  Following enlisted from Phoenix:  Ashby, E. Agnow, B.    :  Augustinp, Petn /  bridge may-be'pa  ment. y vWhile no official announcement has been   made  in   regard  to  ���J-JjJJ-J- . ���;:���' 'y:"''"-�����'������' ���.'���"���;���.'���'-. L^'J:-",���;���;.'���',��� '-���>**'���    ���'"-���.   '  the detailspf the  bperatipn   of; the  Sub^ptiSnp^Opr'fetr^-  WW^v&*:&x<.>'&>!.*^ ;iBrili*sted'iri/earia_adQwri';tri'->hft;-n fm'm'mVninw^  expended and applied by the depart,  merit of ppblic works for the purpose  'authorized^ ���', ::;-;'"i  W*n  ;eri I| st ed,';i ri:;!Gari ad 'a d o vyri jtp/t hefclose  p^:1915;;^hile;;|5^;.^Blrk     Rejoined,! fl"i*i%re^  jlh��,J?&��Mi&X&A:nx7Travjs^ ,fJj.^LL':.J:JJJVf:V-:-H:-LL.^l^:.'^Lf.-.;:ir.'rU ������:-.*tS"x"tJ.i  ���SISli''M^liunion hrarii^^ri^^-not^riOr^  ::.| tjje'";:foir'egpi ng  ncreased ;| by.^ap^  ^.iC"::0ritarib::S/|i*s  :Ji~aS*l;V^  eorollments.band more than one-fifth  -p^Iilil^*lip^|?j^  |i^|th^Dp]n|^pnw^^  ^iti^!!<||i^i^^  (uriiprislf^nlsheli^^^  (|pcrjuJtsiand'*5^^  1^n'f^;t^i.*2^/S's^"^i^:*��/SSi^'i:^^^  from 'minirig districts i|ha^  :pases:prospectprs%bo;:b^  irijf|mineral;:ciairiis,rb^  to operate because of lack of t'raas"**'  ���-//���'.>*." ������*'.*' ������. '/, ���-'**"-��� *-'i-,'l''-'',:V1':':'";.'��� -���'���N--^*:-;;;';'!'"',"^r''':*''" -1." ���' '   .���"'"'���'";'"'-  portation facilities, can   meet, their  *���.:.���/;,-.,.:,;.::���������:.>;:..���;........   ������������-,';'������-;;.".:.<.v*::^,::���:..     ���.     ;���;..."  /5j0;.'per/cenJ- //share ^bf*th;e)cpst'siby'  ;pu tting ; up::j the iiaboir.g|Frpin . ���'��� ex-,  perience it is.��� kooiw.o th^at{prospectors  and,other small^bpara^brs/will iwill-  ipgly^me^  ;s^uctipri,;/*ei''hej^|J^^  [actual^casti^^^ labor  ;pri^pUes|;Brtopth  ;|nwd^^f^|||;^2C^  a!��istingsip/the|deyeJbpm  wiperai.'^esources.;;pif; th e' prbyitice;;io  ;lth��^iiy^n^  :|;:The/;;:;fpIlowi^  . shipjpjrig^;fi^u i^  .Grariby��inine./^b^  s mel ter: :/':/.^/; / ��� ���e,^?:' /!/^;*s ;-&"?S l;:^/|#|   ��i;-9is;wN_^M6^  i'^:iii|||3'802|^  ;I<6|ifii;l77io48|��  ?^i^8||��5i782i;|  Ww&0IMPyMMy.  li03^oS?if$':i^i  Blundell, E.  Bunn, J. E;  PUffOrd.p.; 'j:;j\  Odmvron, H. :  Oarnioh, J, f. .  button, H;,;  Diechet't,*T.  Daly, P. ���",-/.;���,  Donnelly, B/,  McDonald, Alex,  Bd wards,"Whi.;  Flerning/Jii'/';;;.;:  Firid!ay,:'>J;'^/:;/'/:!/  Gr^am^P.^v^  Bcnnott, J.  'BrunO, A.  T    Ourson, it.     -  ^���Collins, J.    ,  .-.'button,' A^ W  DorineJly, M.,;/;  Dawson,; Gi^.'  ^ayidson^J.lii  bugatvE; ;:'',-; "  ���   ,:.:.. ���r^;,,.;     i',jj.f_-,'., .iv;-i-|*5/-,-.|  ' ;/'Elsrribi'e^/IT^;;:^K  ;:;'/Ppi-tiri2/F;#SS:;::;  ���/ / Freoriiani'f~^;:/  '7tfle'ddes)Mfe?/:-S  .;.>;.'^fe:',  Itobinsoii, J.  Salvage, li.  Sullivan. Wm.  Silas, T,  Slovonsoii, J.  Trumpoiir, J.  Williams, T.  Wilkinson, F.  Roseiter,���  Sowell, H.  Summers, J.  Stratford, ���  Stovensot), D.  Tlioiri'as. T.  Wilson, J*.  Wootten, 0.  /Total Enlistmerit, 8i  'y'-b)��:; ...";':..:V.:',��.,. 1:' ','���,": '������'������*-!/,,���'.���  Houston, 26^miles east of Prince  Rupert, is the next neyv town on  the. tapis; More; fVirni machinery, is  put off at this point in /one month  tlia'n the .^ombihed fshipm  tween Fort George arid the terininus  ���bri"the/;Pacific^jr:::;;;>/;./^?;-;;^.rf;v//:-'//';/;:'/  ^riuary^fv  S^bruary;jv//  ���'fMarcHi;  'KJ^:;  June  ftSil  ;i%  ;st;;  ^Septerir^e^  .Hu_iphreys^;H^;|^  /Hprel)^T*-;;//;:|p|f^  liod gspp ;/��� bai h-'Sfi/lls 'lj^iM^jj y^M-  ���^ck8pia;,';;Alltenj|||^^^  KemD8tdri'KJ^a;;Jsw$^  li^^^^$0^^^:!!^^'^^^^^  'M*^ore'&M^?;|||||Mc^  Mp^onaljii^o i ngv'-H iigh//gf/  ;Nich^spn;?R||||^  Nej^pni^AngeIp7?|'^:;^  Pi^ladic^pJ^r'^l'^^  :Bieiree^:PS'-'^p��  '^^^i^-Mf0����^fK00Byi^^^^  Pjp^S!^P@|ti^o1^^:i?ll?B^  T_ '���_.'_.-"���"'*-'*-������������'.''������'*-^-.'^V-^^"i-^,'"���^ ���*f^H^'��.*4,,~'t'i'.-vSrt^: '-���.4"'---'-iJi.:0-='i��w*c-r4��v��w  ;ivircQiiap^S��|^|f*^^ 'f^Bm^s^^^sE3%s  4  cairip tjbu rrials: ;whto  :gp'-^'i--'-''-:*':'KVVV'*--'  ish!f his;: nibve jrrngh t  la^umberldfl'bur  r jtl^iw?��^^;//^' ��� '^"^���;r'���^VY*-~r'-^,'*'/'^,jr:****iyes ��� irom  ^ ^^^Bi|l'^#tH^past^  i*     "i* ltl|l^  ... j^ftiiiiKt'iips^^M^^  "J !  newspaper  representsombre:' ;tp\ a!';' community  ^tHari^ a;thing^to>be^ taken pff a high  sbel^ the;dUstlblownv off it  when  ; required by:a few and then returned.  That we^ havevshownlmore  faith   in  ^ii*;S';��'?'-:';>-^'^^l^  \y u llpPffc;'^!^'^*5^^3^  k  *   ��|||g/i0^1yea;rsj^oes/wit^^  ^^^^i0^^$pS$^- -W^;'may  hasteri v the^  i|\5'   Jllflllf^ cpat,'-in  a^fi W$W^&  l^ij? iStitw^l*^  'IJI'^ iS#^;"://4day";be'spon''.wben'/we -step --forth   a  $Z!^Hfr^.yz!-jj;J^,i:J.:���;;���: ....*,������������ ���'...'.-''.���';...;;.../.:/..'...  ���".���'r' ���:' *-  Pfe ^v^rg'-^^ erect'  . jf f'srf*;'.'-.----- ���   .���-.���������  Sj  /^-*S*^-.;^- ���".";^^���"-K^*,Ti���>-^���*;{*T^  ;|hewang|35^|and^  :;|sla^,'j6|^/0|||^|./^  ^^������"v^^f;/,.; ],; ,',v.-i'i->l-,'^'**?l-'.''���, .: '���'���''.'���",!'.-.'' "���;'-���'"''.-'���  .K|Ajice^AVm:,7sit:ua^e:/^  5/ ^|^;;^dewat^:;is^  /?[Hrig^:" Al icef#rrir^ .puts|||in p- ���'��� from  Observ^or;^u1^^bje^j^j^   icbni  pectingto^^e^^rj^  ;bay,:' orifwhich tthe;Stbwnl^Kl-Anybx:  ;aind ���: Grariby^^mmer/f are||sltuatedy;  Among thosp��p^ratirig)i^^  xamp}are;;Garfield,:G  ^eyada^siftnYan7 ?M&SM&&\*i  ���:United'lVil|ife^  �����je,.i.Sj'hij^h?girad^  silver andjchalcbci^ ^Most of the  development is from -snajFtsV=sbme':'of  which have reached a^i-eptKi^t'oVer"  600-^feet.    Along'with fthe j high  grade, are greater bodies/pf^rnilling  ore.    Some of the development has  reached a dep h Where heavier;hoisting machinery is  required. "United  Metals  Co:,   of  which  Dr.   A.   E.  Severance,   Tacoina, 'is    president  and treasurer, prpbably will  make  some shipments-  pf /high-grade ore  this year. S:j -^-H        :'"'..:' .  The Chicago Exploration Co. is  making improvements at Alice Arm  ,to facilitate mine development in  that pamp. ArJribng ��� these will be  the constractconofa 16-mile wagon  road /from tidewater . up Kitsault  river, and a Idock at the town of  Alice Arm.;  This company  is  said  Y  :  mkMmmyyw  ��"     r   :-f^;/a''Vir"'-,:.-''- ' -  I? "phtmm^^y^u  i^^iMMk^iyM'yyL-  wth feet that scraped to none.  -:^1P^  sEaiy?|bh;;yes!'  ��� "-"'ia'"  ���n   n v^.t,.,, ,     fE^ting a newspaper is a pleasing  J>'��* ^^��$'($^^ss if ^o".:;ban stand it.    -     ���  /> ror>i��li^#s^nients;-:the^^ claim   thev  iMffti   *  ^V*��',Alt,-fe��fc'I-,'1;-.'.--:.'i1'' ���������'������  .   ''."    .fflV*'.'- J  sJi^r^||||/;/;take',Up;t6p'.much space.-/  fM"there is a scarcity  of advertis.  HAVEf|ll ip SICK?  Then you > realize iiJie tftterv weakness  that robs ambition, /destroys appetite,  and makes work, a Mirden.  ..��� To restoretliat's'iengtliandsteminBthat  is so C'saeantial, nothing^ has ever equaled  or compared with Scoitt's Bmi-Jlsfon; he-  cause its yBtreoigQx-BySstmmng , nourishment invigorates the Mood to distribute  ^einergy througfiout thefbody whifieits tonic  value sharpens the appetite and'restores  "���^th ��u - 'nitnral* petrmknent -way.  If you arairun dowi, tired, aervous,  overworked/or lacfk strtettgth, get Scott's  lar and   the  people   ��~rworked/or ladk 6trten,gth, get Sec  ���   i ������.. *   I Iftnulsion t/t>-day...< At any drugstore  , r   ' 6cfKt&Bowne.T_roato,Ont.-  ���-.;'���'.���/ Coal miningjighte of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, ^Saskatchewari fand^'Al-  berta, the Yukon^iritoryiila^^ortb.'  west Territories anct in a portion of the  Province o^BritiehOolumbiav may be  leased for a term of twenty-ohe years  renewal for a further term of 21 yearB  at an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,560 acres will toe leased to  one applicant, '.;  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant in .'person to the  Agent or Bub-Agent of the district in  which the rights applied for are situated. ���������������'..   *  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsur-  veyed territoiy the tract applied for  shall be staked out by the applicant  himself. *  Each application must bo accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not  available, bub not otherwise. A" royalty shall be paid on the merchantable  output of the mine at the rate ��� of five  cents per ton.     .  , The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full Quantity of  merchantable coalminedand pay the  royalty thereon; If the coal mining  rights are hot being operated,' such returns should be furnished at least once  ayear. '  The lease will include the coal mining  rights only, rescinded by Chap. 27 of  45 George V. assented to 12th June,  1914.  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. OORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���Unauthorized publication  of  this advertisement will not be paid for,  ���.88375. '  YOU will find your -washing finishe'd earlier���and belter-���and  your work will become far easier by using Sunlight Soap,  for  it cleanses   and   purifies   clothes   more   quickly  and  thbroughly than prdinary.soap.  Sunlight is the most efficient Laundry Soap sold on the Canadian  market today���-It is pure beyond compare.  You try Sunlight Soap according to directidns, and you'jl see  the early morning sunlight shining on a line of the whitest  clothes that ever spoke*of housewife's pride..  '��������  It's kind "to the hands.  Follow; directions.  Sold at all grocers.  1313  A $5,000 guarantee says there  is not a particle of adulterant  or impurity in Sunlight Soap.  1%      |    *yittji(<:,.��:JJ;J.LL ;���.-���������:���...  i (,t J m&m&xSP-yy: ���������:���.:  \<X-AM^ipy;myfyj,j-  ��� ^ $^vmv0'0-y  ��- jksks^m^'yjj.  a, ^^m ^<M���  ' ;"���.'��� Ji.i'f:tiff 'ft  \^m  W.&  T  t:  THE':\iPIONEER;   PHOENIX,   BRITISH   CGtUMBIA  m^m^ms^mmmiM  ���J..j ������-.���.**���,.:>.���:;������:'���*''.'���'���^������^^^  yK0\jt\0}a.st'  ^xKaoooo-r  '<���%<) ��fiir:tf&\ "SMs/S"  3firZ0  Mftt'jTd  00   _  ���g_--^pJkMkixgSjft*^  ;LO:.;>OSF.'  r  SUPERIOR DINING SERVICE  S��SlSP3S2*3BS-��^^  is a feature of the Great Northern. Our mafefiiifi-  cent. Dining Cars are carried on'all through  trains, furnishing all the luxuries ofthe season at  moderate cost. Commodious smoking rooms are  provided in which the luxury of an Havanna can  be enjoyed. * _^.,       *>  We have an attractive through rate from  Phoenix to ports in Great Britain, France^and  Italy, collecting with neutral steamship lines''via  New York. *  Out of town inquirers-telephone  or-write for    v  rates.     We will arrange Passport. y J{f  J. V. INGRAM, Iyocal Agent' JJ  Earn  *_�����__?���  l!Le Consolidated Mining* & Smelting Co.  OF CANADA, LIMITED  Offices, Smelting and  Refining Department  TRAIL,  BRITISH  COLUMBIA  SMELTERS A#D  REFINERS  SMmaaasmmamamaamwammamaaamammammaanixttam^  Purchasers of Gold, Silver. Copper and Lead Ores  ��� -TRAIL BRAND PIG LIS AD; BLUESTONE AND 3PKLTEU.  ���m  4  ~     i    ir*  < < , ,i��  >  ing in  <^i-  ~��*.  f. W&B-jrt*-*  *T*. t^lij   .  Clothing-  Underwear  Shirts ^  *       n.       .*, \ /  Shoes      '  Hats  Caps, etc.  L  Brawn  "Everything: aMan  -    Wears".- -  , It costs $1 a ton to cruuh oats at  Vernon.  ' ' /  Quicl<silver,is'*quoted at $100 per  7(5 lb. flask.  Refined , platinum' is   quoted   at  ,$83.88 an ounce. "���  There a"reJ400 Votes in Aiyox and  -00 in Alice Arm. '    ��� '  i  * John   IJradley  i��*  developing .his  cjlaiin at Arlington Jake.  Last year's tax rafe of '31 -mills  will prevail in Cranbrook.  I A purebred stock association  has  l?een formed at' Penticton. "    '  i  Republic's street carnival to raise  baseball funds netted $J80.  i   Last month Port A'lberni*.shipped  ll6 cars'of lumber to Alaska.  A new school will be'opened at  Tront'Creek; Okanagan valley.  Mrs. Swanson is the first lady in  Princeton to "own and drive an auto.  It is almost impossible to rent a  house in Trail, while bedroom rent  is; $20.  Ontario is paying $18 a ton for  potatoes in carload lots from Grand  Forks.  Butter is down to 25c a lb. ,in  Chesaw. The lower the price the  higher the smell.  The political heeler has donned  his glad rags in Kaslo'and is work-  his jaw overtime.  Three acres of broom corn, as  grown in the Okanagan, will produce 1200 brooms.  'Tom   Hansen.^ of   Rock   Creek,  celebrated the arrival of a new   heir  to the estate last week.  The editor of  the   Hope   Review  has sold his alarm clock and invested  the proceeds in tobacco.  .Vancouver     has     ten -   fune'ra!  .   * -, ^ i. -*  directors     whose     ledgers      read:  ������"From now to kingdom comeT"  -   Three "hundred years ago-^-to   be  exact,    April    23^   1916,   /Willian\  Shakespeare died   at   Stra'tford-on-  Avon..    ���       \       - *"-rr,fytr;     ''-'/���  ,' Choice sockeye salmon iri **>_' lb;"  tins is'now quoted*at'$20 a case/as  Snowshoe Lodge  No. 46  Meets every Monday Evening at  Oddfellows' Hull. Visiting brethren  cordially invited.  Our hall is for rent for dances, social  evenings, etc.  William Oxley, Noble Giand.  **'   Thos. Lloyd, Fin. Secy.  Mark Jtukfn, ltec. Secy.     *  .-*-���  -.'i-f'.fi'';'-'  ���������'-^  Daughters of Rebekah  Phoenix Lodgre No.'17  MootH in tho OrtcirollowH' rrnll,  Khwt and Tlij-d Wc'd;iesday*i.  Mrs. N. McDonald, Noblo Giimd.  Mrs. Amy*A. Cook, Such clary.  K. of P. Lodge,  No. 28  Phoenix,  8.C.  Meets Tubsday Evening at 7.80.  Sojourning brothers cordially welcomed.  li. E. Baiin-rs, C.C.  C. If. Knight, K.ofR.S.  New Stock of Kodaks; Films and  jSupplies, Fishing Rods, and  . Tackle, etc.    /    , ,    .':  AT   . .. ,   '    ^   'n  All Almstrom's  Jri  *. %!&4s!h&k��  r"fiJ  #*���  '��>7  MM  wi-iti'-'V  ���J "r    ���'������'���-J *   ���  ,*^*v"'  ,l-4  ���'���^  M  v ��*-���***-J-  i'-^ **-u   ...  e'l   ���_��      t   ���  *���, C��_'*  <   fj. ���  PYTHIAN SISTERS  ���Vlountain Temple Lodge No. 17  Moots Jn Pythian Hall, JjOwor Town  Second and FouiLli Thm-clixyg.  Mrs. J. A Morrin,  M.K.O.  Mis. K. Tilton,  M.R.C.  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES -  Watches  1        Railroad   .  .#  Phoenix Aerie No. 158  Meets in the Oddfellows' Hall, Friday  Evenings, ��t 8 p.m."  Vwiting brothers arc always welcome.  BlCIIAUD Bl.UNDEr.L, W. P.  (T. R. Clarke, W. Secy.  S. H. & E. F.  Lodge No. 47  Meets Every'Sunday Evening at 7 n.m.  Visiting Brothers Are Always Welcome  ' ,   Celuis Nelson, Pres.  '*���**,    . *   "Algot T,akson, Secy.  -.' .   *. X.ouis''CARLSONrRec*.'-Secy.'  *>*  I Creamery Butter  DELICIOUS   AMBER-COLORED    BU'PTER,  "COLD  AS   ICE,   AND  SWEET  AS "A   NUT-  TRY A POUND.  5  FRESH CREAMERY, 45c; 2!bs. for 85c.;  14-Pound Box, $5.50.  Shamrock Hams, Bacon and Lard.  Eggs In Season.  TAYLOR & NELSON, PROPS.  fa  i  '\  Pipes, Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes  ��� ������������������:���    .-. '"'BEST BRAND ALWAYS ON HAND /  Specis*.! Lin.e of the Favnous Lowney's Chocolates  .'.^m.ojkers? Supplies. >        -"Soft Drinks.  '%���'  ���;���v���^{���,  .*  \v  English Billiards.    Pool.    Bow.ing ABieys  ���n-wti ��� wtM.*amiaiBBamssiym  ag-aij-ist'StS and $8 prevailing- in   the  pasr. *  ���-        .'' *   ���    i  *     1   "       <* * 4-**! .  k Tom Long-boatv the famous,Indian  Maratben runnerr is no'iv.a corpora1!!  in the 180th   Sportsmen's  battalion  in Toronto. *���-  ' Axle.grease*isno'\v" selling' aV 15c  a" pound.    Twenty years ago butter '*%  and axle grease sold at 10c a pound  in Manitoba.       ' *  Sir Herbert"A'mes stated this week  }at Toronto that 6,000. Americans  had enlisted in- the Canadian expeditionary forces.-  The first shipment of red spring  salnTon-to reach Prince Rupert this  year sold hr\S}4c a lb. . In former  years it realized 4c.  The pillars supporting the Co-  quahalla hotel at Hope have been  painted white. This does not refer  to church members.  'Recently at Curlew $203.10 was  raised in 20 minutes to . paint and  enlarge a church. Must be quite a  few camels in that town.       "  Seventy-seven B. C. druggists are  firing lead pills at the Huns. The  remainder are at home shooting off  their.mouth over prohibition.  In March 1911, J. H. Hawthorn-  thwaite purchased a $30,000 block  in Victoria. He is probably the  richest socialist in this province.  .    FJELLROSEN  LODGE  NO. 24   ' ^        '    *  Moi'ts in tho Scandinavian Hall, on Second and  : Fourth Wednusdays, at8 o'clock.  _    .,     ~��RS.XiOnsCAH-SON, iPrcs.  Mus.'a. Johnson-, Sooy.  WATCHES  ..*  See our Special Display this week..  Large variety; all sizes arid prices.  ,      *   __________________/,  Easy Payments, If Desired,  No Trouble to Show tlie Goods.  <*<iV ,,  ,' ���*��� u>Ol,V -   it  �� fU  ft*  '*-���"���ftt-AH*.  -:��V.!*',^'Sb_  if  K  ,'J Vnfl'"*?  '*��>,^ i_jJw>*  * ���" Y  .-ii 'r  *l  vs  ���*_?���*  #iS>*f*  -*t"   I  s* A-  ',���   "  *;   -i*  /'  ���3��P  ���   to   *  **'���**������.'''   ���*<.   3  I E ^B��lack, Jewelfer |  >4J'er<>  #*  -^>*-*U.��-'  *> J,  * 'ij-  *    it  *'���'-'  >  MOEMX MINERS UNIONI  * No. 8, W. F. of M.  Meets every Wednesdav Nig^t, in  Miners'Union   Hall,-at   7.30  P.M.  Wm. Smith, President.  D. J. McLeod, Vice-Pres.  NeiL McBeth, Treas.  ���J^ J- Evans. Secretary. .  THE UNION HOTEL  EHOLT,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA  A Delightful  Spot to Spend the  week-end  Hunting  and  Fishing  Bar Stocked with the Finest  Wines, "Liquors  and   Cigars  DAVE OXLEY  PROP.  A. Q. Johnson, Prop.  First-Ciass Accommodation for SVIiners  finest of Wines, liquors and cigars in stock. -  ���PHONE 72. . YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  Sonfc  to any part, of tin*  Do  minion for .$2.00 a year.  The^ wonders of parcel. post are  yet to be exhausted, but the postman has still to be born who can  deliver a beefsteak and a bulldog at  the same time.  ���  The skin of the white or Beluga  whale is being. shipped in tens of  tons from B. C. whaling stations to  eastern shoe manufacturers. It is  satiny, poreless and; almost waterproof.-    - - ..  W. C. Leacy, customs officer at  -Roosville", died last Monday of  pneumonia. For a number of years  he was constable at. Elko, and well  known around, Sandon, Kaslo,  Creston and throughout the Pass.  Transportation of ore at Franklin  camp will be cut $7.50 to $9 a ton.  Ed.*-Cleghorn is supposed to have  signed a contract for transportation  of 1000 tons from the Union mine  aiul 250 tons from the Maple leaf  group at $5 a ton to Lynch creek  I with auto.  PHOENIX BAKERY  W. WILLIAMS, PROP.  Doughnuts,   Madeira   Cake,  Lunch Cake for Sunday use  delivered on order every Sat-  .- urday.   Give us a trial order.  CAKES MADE  TO  ORDER AT  MOST . REASONABLE  RATES  TELEPHONE 53  rtunity  Knocks But  Once at Your  Door!  .3T  if:  .'.���i%-.-.-��j  #"���  Your Hides, Salt Them and  Ship to  ROBERT A. BROWN  MIDWAY, B.C.   %  Top Prices for Dry  and   Green  Hides.  Fresh Milk Cow  For Sale.  There re only two words  in the vocabulary of opportunity---"how"   nd   "now."  I  is the time to advertise the  odds and ends that have  been cluttering up your  premises for years; for instance, that Baby Carriage,  Stove, Bureau, Rifle, Cook  Stove,  Furniture, etc., etc.  per  line  ��  \y #w  , ��.Mw*M��^Vv��...^..*m -tAp.-ntmfxiyH.xiflt/teipt. -tf** -**  PIONEER,   PHOENIX,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA  :nu ���u-ffls  i^-'-i'-. ,.-.���.,..   ||ggj^*^:;--;p:S:^':';^{^  ','";':!t'f'"' '���''-'''"'!'���'"'" "'"'"'  w i-' -���  ��� '����v;;.:.'IL-y^ <- ���������'���::��� " '���::j!:-^-J',*^rV^'A'j '���''." J..v : ":i*;'?S'^v '<.-��� 'A  ;!;>;?* %J,Ki; =  :���* ���������  v;a.nr.-i.i^*iy;'.  ���n-am  i-WAl'  ^-k^.  W;  ;'.s"vr>.';:  I��'4*'��� :;S*3s ���ffi*;'j55i?5sS  l��?-��^; -.-."l^^&'-sr-****:  J?:"',  m  Exceptional advahtag:e_:;to Miners; * warm^o*a-  gi'K'yjJ. "^.^.-j;.r::������������):l.^.j^.. ���-:���.���,'...'.,.':v'.':'"..,:^;-.;���'.:.���/-;'";.;:'���' ���������^,>;':!'���.���'.��*������*";'*;'���''���''*'-���*"���;';''   '::'V  f^jfttri^l^Miry^Clean and^Cosy-" Bedrpqjrn;^^  ��w,-<2ua^^  ;.*.; ���;- ��� :'L'.:],..y>-L-J'L'l;/J<>'-''LJ,\'J !;V- ���'. ,\ > r'''..;''.>^" /. tv; .1^ ������. ���'���, .'v':'���--'/''';>-/;"'.';''-.",': ^'"'.'."** ^.* ^ .' '���"-'- .������"-'.J''-'.' ,.'-���,.���''.! -. I; ���'.'..  ���'���:���;**:'������';  ueews?  li1. ���������*i-^0,v'"'*v���_''  "Tr^-Jjymmi*-*Tw* ��� ���"*"�����������������^���������������''**      w^^BI^^-^ ������'--   ^���*,��������� .��� ^^^^"���'-i.^^fc^^. I^_i  S.M<     Ma^>*     ���"���'.���* aaamam ���> Waamw ��� ^^a*a*r;j.,maaw-. ^SMMaW* aaj*a-  Local and General  v; Free miners' licenses expire next  Wednesday.  Ground squirrels   are   much   id  evidence here.  Ij Wanted���A  fire  escape for  fhc  Phoenix public school (?) ,    .  ^XMrs.   Wm.   Campbell    returned  from Penticton Saturday.  ���ypFpr. Sale���Mint Rooming house;  a snap; cash or terms.   See Mrs. C.  S*jy  '���H-'p-^-~^-.-i- : ���?���;  n ������  ' '������:-0^:'';jy  ������ri i-'.ijr,'v.-*S���'":  m  '. .',-.na*... 2c-Z: "-'���?'���  rr?V''  .    '���^���^���^f  ������* i?=?  __.  SIliSll-M  r^^-'";"��i:*W;t^!*^1'1 " I I       �� . I ir_>--p--l_M-��-q^^W_-^��^^B^^^^l^^^^^^  :#S��-��Cv  ���''^-V.--:--g^->.v'vi.-J-y^^J*^-r'^  ���??#:  ������^���i>^trt.^-.j^  *fO��''?;-ri~  JSiJifBllIP  m^^^i^0^^^mL^,iJBrJ^'y M^aam%  ^a^;^g|gg^gij,ft!  i?'$S��w  -������IJNDER.*^  SwOMAiN'S^PATRIOTlb SOCIETY  ^iSnf;Bhergr/et 1 c"iCbririm itt��>��",'.has aparecl ' n��.;  X-e-i^pt-^e.-tofmeike'this dc��.rtBoe -tHe Jb*e*Brft In -the  history o-f the organi-eation.   The Projgararn  Il8t)8 yiour old favorites, not -forgetting the  state.y Si��r Rogdr de Cpverly, FrenoK Mlnuot  ;.ahd:Vii^sriia^eei. '<j. y- ('��� j-   ���  yy:0Jk:y::0-yc6Miiy-O^^^ -'--.  and enjoy the dreamy fflld'n_r Walts, to  Quadrille,  and ever-popular Polka, to the  strains of the lrons*f<dos'"'Of��l��"ci_*ira-'\;:'V-.:-������'���;���'.���'���'  yyy For;Sale or Rent���Morris piano  ip;,;; jfirst-class condition. Apply,  Pioneer office.  JpFor;; Sale���Cheap; two' furnished  jhpuses. Best locality'"*in -town.  Apply {pioneer office!  James Draisy and  A.   !*"���   Dock  Steader  returned  Tuesday, from .a  holiday trip to Spokane,  English, Swiss *'nd American  watch repairing.' Work guaranteed.  C. A. Adeneur, Greenwood.  For Sale ��� House and lot on  Gospel Hill. Terms to suit. Apply  to J. J.,Strutzel, Granby office.  ; For Sale���Well bred Pomeranian  puppies. Apply to H. W. McLennan, Phoenix Steam laundry.  vy|Fpr;. Sale ���;Nordbeimer cabinet  grand piano, in first class condition.  Apply to H. C. Kionibugh, Phoenix,  ���;stage^ '       7    -     *  j|;Twp houses on New-York town-  site for sale; one six-roomed house  on Brooklyn, avenue for sale. Apply G. W. McAulifte. . ' -'  ; Hans White, went trout fibhing  Sunday but caught nary ' a one.  Next to George Ellis, Hans is tbe  most truthful man in Phoenix.  Zacic -^Watson came over the hill  from Greenwood and smiled on and  with-acquaintances here Monday.  He has lived 17 years to Greenwood.*  WMrs^- H. F. THton was in   receipt  of;;:a^letter this ���week,. from /Hugh  Mahnihg who ;is in_, the:? treoches in  '|f|ib!jirs.'    He-writes "that -he*fis  very much alive, and 'not: dead- as'  sui*^o|p(d..   '":,-���*-,       -    '\:'1"  "^ilenSiog, collection rof   accounts  ""llSob    department    of Vi��Ths!  IPhlpeliiik'Pioneer-'vwil^  Tiroseldesiring-printing'shoufd avail  |h!emsejves.of , thist   ppportiinjtyi  Frefchshipment of stock on " handl N  -vAdolph Sercu,   better known  as |  ^Fprpaw,"   left, for. Spokane   on  Wednesday morning.    He is' suffering from blood poisoning in his arm  and.intended^consuUing- a'specialist,  but for some reason   vya"s , not -permitted to cross the line'aind returned  Yon who have enjoyed   the   grateful  goodness of  ADAMS* "  TUni FRDTTI  GUM  ^ for yveon will value  the new. cxxwenient  ferm in which it now  comes to you.   Five  '   &>0&4faw&to9tmtOte&-  up flavor hdii prisoner  <  for you in  wax-paper  and tii-foil.   The outer, ,  wrapp-a- ic  a - valuable  , . coupon worth saving for  >' "Re^mental or. College ,  Shields. Your dealer has  Tutti Frutti in any of  five mellow flavors.  OMCiMATORS  Church Services  St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church  ���Service Mr.y 28 at- 11 a. m.  Sermon on ** The Signs of the  -Times'; Is the '��� Return of Christ  Near?" Sunday school 2 p, m.  Prayer meeting in the church Friday  at 8 p.m,   Rev. J. R. Munro, pastor.  St. John's Church ��� Holy communion at 8 and 11' a.m. Morning  prayer, 10.30. Sunday school at  2.30. Evensong, 7.30. Rev. A-.  M. Lloyd, vicar. *   _  'The stated services at the Church  of Our Lady of Good Counsel are as  follows,���Second aod fourth Sundays  in the month*. Mass at 10 a.m.;  Sunday school after mass; .Evening  service at 7.30. Rev. Father Dom.  Dorval  ,*, r,#   , ��� tnuu-. -__UC)  wbkh r-o-hi-iui <X<eeitl_bi (i  ^eeatnted'��faa-csis)t the fan.  of phoaphorm teq*-ucdfor aerrve  TK&aXx.  :9iiOrchestral Society  The adjourned meeting of the  Phoenix orchestral society was held  at St. John's vicarage on the first of  the week, R. Morris in the chair;  also present Rev". A.M. Lloyd, E."  Engepi-ijf. T. Joneb, T. H. Roberts,  ^[?T>vEvans, A. Turano, C. OUon  'and Morrison,  Following constitute the officers:  Rev. A. M. Lloyd, president; W.  R;-; Morris, secretary-treasurer.  Committee, Messrs. Evans, Olson;  Morrison and Roberts. Conductor,  :R|v;i&i- M. Lloyd.  It is the society's intention to  rehearse on Friday nights at 7,30  p. m., beginning the 26th of the  coming month, in union hall. There  are openirfgs for violin, -flute oboe  and clarionet players'." -  tts''--'r':A'.'  Pi;'i'';."'"'���;'  ���'''���'���,  %W:ij-'y:  wtfHi-'Jjj  ^*5''.^'.l * :,  1:  .  Mirny  $P0  l'^'.''-'-  INCLUDING REFRESHMENTS.  * ���^o*5ffl^���wat��.-M,l  T.  S.  QUAJMCK  PHbE^IX,B.C  ���_,~-  HALCYON HOT SPRINGS  OE��SN ALL THE YEAR  Wf.ter---Suro Ourt For  Rh��umatl*snn  If you suffer from  muscular,,  inflammatory,  sciatic, or any  other  kind of rheutuaticai, or  from metallic poisoning of any  ��� sort,    don't delay..     Come  at  once and get cured.- Most complete and best arranged bathing establishment on the continent;    AH departments under  one roof'.   Steam heated, and  'electric lighted.  Rates, ��12 to $1V  pes* week  WM. B��5VD, Vrop.  H&ieyon - Arrow Lakes, _*.0.  Local Railway Schedule  The following are the time table  schedules governing the arrival and  departure of local trains:  GREAT, NORTHERN ~  Departs every day at nine a.m.  Arrives daily at 5.10 p.m.  CANADIAN   PACIFIC  Leaves daily for Nelson at 12.15.  For the west, via Penticton, at-the  same hour on Monday, Wednesday  and Friday.  Arrive in Phoenix from Nelson  daily .at 4.45 p.m. "From, the west,  via Penticton, at the same hour on  Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.  To Whom I* May Concern  TAKE .NOTICE! that I, tbe undersigned, intend to apply to the/Board of  License Commissioners, at 'their next  meeting, for a transfer of the liquor  license known as the Queen's Hotel  and 8ituateed in Phoenix, B. C���  to J.  B. Boone.  Dated at Phoonix, B. C, this 27th  day of April, 1916.  ,   . Tom F. Oxlby.  EGGS FOR HATCHING  From   my   noted BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS, and 8. C. WHITE  leghorns.���$2.00 per 1 5.  F, J. HABBINSON,  RO". Box 56, Phoenix, B.C.  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders.    Phone A56.  James G. McKeown  Bowling Tournament Eijded Saturday  Chas. Knight and A. White copped the bacon in the Royal Bowl.  alley tournament conducted by Taylor & Nelson. , On Saturday night  the event closed, some of the scores uncompleted, but^failure due only  to time to complete their respective score*. White was awarded the cup  in 10 pins,*- and Knight for 5 pins,  10 PINS   '      , PLAYERS .  CAPTAIN-  Hans White  H. Brewer  F. Fredericks  M. McWha  R. Bassett  E. Murray  W,'Biner  A. Jacobson  Dan McDonald  J. Leslie  -,      * > -  ' -  CAPTAIN���5* PINS  A. Hendrickson  J. Leslie . ,        <  A. McQueen  T. Quance  J. Jeromo  N. Mclsaac  J; Cook  R. Bassett  C. Knight  *'   .*  G. Rogers -  .jCreo., Ellis  R. Rickey  E. E, Barnes  Mussatto  Nick Palorcia  W. X. Perkins  .Wallers "  T. McElroy *  J. Jeromo !  A. Wallner  .      !*  N. E. Shore  Sorten  A. Johnson"   ���  Chas. Swanson  J. L. Cook  C. Reid  Nick Musso  A, Adolphson  D.* Boyd "  W. Oxley  -PLAYERSt  A. Elmgreen *  P. McWha    -  E. Murray   *  A. Franson  Gus Eklof  A. Spence    '  C. Reir*  A. Adolphson  N. Shore   -  F. Fredericks  A. Heard  J. Evans  H. Tuppline  R. Taylor  N. Palorcia   ���  W. McLaughlin  L. Taylor  E. Geddes  >. Riddle  D. Boyd  BOWLED-  15  ��   7  12  8  10  7  8  7  '���    14  10  BOWLED  8  9  * 13'  7  13  12  5  11'.  13  10-  POINTS  67961    -  2753   '  4585  3347  3907  2740  3203  2812   -  6018  3955  POINTS   .  917-  1270   .  1510     ,  786   -  1600  . 1422     '  561 -  1490  2028    ���'-  '1388    \  * iSi"  Water Glass Egg Preservative  ��� ~ - r  Fresh   Stock,  just arrived  from   England.    Pack your  ,  -   r - I ^~  Eggs now at a low price, and eat them  fresh  next Jan-  ����� ���� ^  uary, when Eggs are Six Bits a dozen.  TWO .POUND TIN FOR 40c.  T. S. QUANCE   -   Phoenix, B.C  Your Milk Su  >-  Should come from healthy and vigorous^Stock, ^^  handled in a CLEANLY AND'SANITARY  -.<!  Separated Cream Insures purity anrf' ,\  .  "-'   ' -*.   r .     *��� . �� ^*  ^X"' ,'*���   The Dairy produces both.-���  manner  '_r*-  quality.  f?"* -fluy*  C.A i  l"   -      "j>*?���iS* i*i*..w,     VskT?. ���"-i �����<*���  w > *   ^���      *"   -     > S-     <  J\.     tt i*  ,��->  v-w.vV,   U(rC  vJ>* .'.   ''���.>%;a  TH E DAI RY >    J.Mil. Haniiam, Prop  Phoensx  Steam  Laundry  Phone  11  LAUNDRY   CALLED   FOR  AND DELIVEREDr  PROMPT ATTENTION  AND    SATISFACTION  ,   GUARANTEED.  Modern Methods-  No Acids Used-  White Labor  TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED  Phoenix Garage  KNOB ["HILL  AVENUJ5.?  First-Class  Automobile Repairing  at Reasonable  Rates.  Complete"    - -*  Line of Accessories  Car For Hire.  'PhoneS*  The Lake Studio  OP GRAND PORKS--PHCENIX BRANCH  Wlil Be Here Again  jUJ^y   | Q _ J ?��  Ready for business  (INCLUSIVE)  BROOKLYN AVE-    (Next door to PSonesr Offlo��)  The BEER ^v'ITHOUT.A PEER  Is the Best Beer Money Can Buy  A FOOD, DRINK AND TONIC  Made from Highest Grade Materialsi  Only ..Union .v Labor .*. Employed  The Sanitary Conditions Are  A MARVEL OF CLEANLINESS  Our Plant is the Most Modern  On The Whole Pacific Coast  CASCADE is for Sale at the QUEEN'S HOTEL  BUY IT AND TRY IT.    YOU WILL ENJOY IT.  wrmmsg}  BREWED AND BOTTLED AT VANCOUVER BV  VANCOUVER  BREWERIES  LIMITED  ���v;^r


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