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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal May 29, 1915

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 The largest copper mines in  the Dominion are situated  at Phoenix. The Granby  Co. employs 500 nien, and  has a monthly pay roll of  oveiv$50,0d0: Two railroads  afford access to the city.  mymw  SIXTEENTH YEAR  Dby0ted to the,ntc^Wthe Bounty Mining Dlstr!ct  Alien Enemy Arrested  A.   H.   Von   Caterine,   familiarly  known in the Slocan as the "Count,"  and   around   here    designated   the.  "Kaiser," has been  arrested by the j  provincial     police    authorities' and  handed   over  to  the military  as  a  >   subject for internment.    The   Herf  Caterine, who  says   he is a reserve  '  lieutenant in the Kaiser's army, was  highly  indignant at his  arrest, and  airily  vouchsafed    the   information  that it was  useless   trying   to hold  him.     "I have been through this be  fore, and you will see me back before tomorrow, and   I will  laugh in  the face of those people in Phoenix.'  He hinted  that the influence of his  friends in Phoenix was something to  be reckoned  with,  but ruefully admitted that if he had  known he was  SATURDAY, MAY 29,  1915  More Volunteers  There will probably be about six  or seven volunteers from Phoenix  for the 54th Battalion, now in course  of formation at various points iri the  Kootenay.     During the week Sergt  The Phoemx Pionbek, is  published in the highest  municipality in Canada���  altitude, 4,800 ft. The city  has a population of 1,600,  and possesses first-clasa  hotels, opera house, schools  No Dividend Yet  C. J. Wilson, metallurgist;; and! Granby Con- directors took no  mining engineer, of "Victoria ;is in|f.Ct'��n at the!r recent meeting rela-  Spokane to endeavor to  organize a  ,      t0 a dividend-   Several days be-  ������-:���>       I tore  the  meeting W.   H.  Nichols,  Number 46  president of the company, said  "The  company  is   in   a   strong  ectors will take only such action as"  will be best for the shareholders in  the long run."   0_.   syndicate to   work  two groups of  Jory, of  Greenwood,   son-in-law  of claims   in   Popular   camp,    on   the _ ^  i   .      .-i.   .        ri ���-..-. r      .     -.-' ..      *��.���. '-��� .    i ���r������-./    *���"    *"   **    strong-   ~"~-  John I<inlay, Sen., of this city, was   Lardo river.      Mr.  Wilson controls  _,,..;,.���      ������. ,    ..,,,.,     ,    ,        ."       r  . ���..���.., . <     .   ,        , ��� ���    , ���'�����������������..-    , ��� poi'tionaad I would  like to keep it      l  in  town_with a roving commission   the Great Western  group  of lead-  co     {r.. ..        -   ,. .,    J .    m*  ��� ,    . . .      .. , . ,    ,   ������ ,. ,       ,      .  S0,    " tne question of dividends is   mA  as recruiting officer, and  the resli t silver claims, and  the   Calumet and  ,.,.i,on ���_ ������..  _      . ..    ���.. >  r..        ...     . ���    .    .     .. ,. ....       :.-  ,,   taken up you  may be sure the dir  of his activities is as above stated.   Hecla holdings, a free  milling gold  ���.._           According   to   all   accounts   there-  proposition, on both of which he ex-  cruiting   throughout the   Boundary pended about $10,000 in preliminary  has been very satisfactory, and if ail   work last year.     He also has ao. un-      A fu ���  ��� .       *   .   .     ..  ���      , ,.-��.-,.       ���    .      ������        .... ,t Another  interested   in   the  corn-  had been accepted who offered them-  developed nickel   property on Van- ,,���..., <-..���,*   ..u ..  .        . r . ,..���... ........       ; .     Pa,,v sa,d   tnat operations were go  selves  irrespective   of physical  dis-  couver island, eight   miles from'the  .-   To Make Home Here  Miss Marjorie -Martin who resided  with her parents: a good many years  ago in this city will arrive here next  month to keep house for her brother  City Council  There was a meeting of the city  council on Wednesday, the mayor,  E>. J. Matheson, presiding over a  full   attendance.     Some discussion  C.   D    M'.re;��� ��� --������.��..    ��,.LCI,wance.     borne dscussion  L^com^yenffmeer W'th   the ^'- on the matter ofrepair,  It wi,| be remembered   that   Miss   W  X" Perk���'*'   "d��* ?��*.  ^-nde^  a d p r: c r; w:"p ���?"������cubic yards ��f rock- 5���� ��(^ ��  Wusl      tT   C��lef        P"1". I to be P'aced on Dominion avenue,  ZTL ,P       thfee  yearS she and35�� ��"  Kn��b Hill avenue be  has been conduct,,* a class in music  twee,, First and Second street  ...      ^^vioiiuiia were go-  ...,_.....  -..    ���,.. .a.u..u, Bigni  mues trom-the  ing Qn   practicaIJy  5n   fu���   and that  ability, the  quota  from   this part of  line being constructed   through (the  tj]e  orp-am'zat;0n   ...o,.    :-   -���<-   ������ ���  the district would   have   been   filled   region by  the company.���Rossland  cona;;tion      He adi  up on Monday.    The examination is   Miner. J        about tfje djvidend  very strict, and   the  applicant  must      An arbitration to decide the value       "Th�� ����i.. ->~-^  be in sound   health   nmii.-����  ��-���*--������  organization   was    in   splendid  He added, when queried  be in sound  health, possess perfect  ���    r���I        -ineooly dividend discussion at  . .  f " of a placer gold   claim   near Lyttonl the meeting  was   the  reading  of a  .    . -c a  u \a  u   "(eyesight  and hearing, age between  owned bv A. W.   McLean, is beinpfl~o .  going to be nabbed he would havej^   -   ,   ������ ���        ��� uwutu u/ n.  ����.   >��i-������i �� "c  ,n the Co'eur d'Alenes, Idaho, at  Kellogg, Wallace, Gem and Mullan.  She so endeared herself to her pupils  and friends that, when it became  known that she was  to   discontinue  The  annual court of revision for  hearing complaints against the city  assessment, was  held on  Friday of  last week, and it was decided to curtail the rates  on all  real estate and  made tracks across the li  /.'of pistol.cartridge's,.but the revolver  he was suspected with carrying last  week  wras   missing.     Since   his  incarceration he has aired his opinion  freely over the war.    Kitchener was  no  good;    General   French   was - a  false alarm, and as for the Lusitania.  ���-[ .. ��'Was not  the  Empress of Ireland  rammed by another shipr Yes. Well  so was the Lusitania.    Where is the.  difference?"    Alluding to his arrest,  he blamed it on the English.     "Oh!  How I hate the English," he wailed.  Which of course  was very natural.  He also expressed his German love  ���   for a solitary  Scotsman.     According to his'own  statement that .Scot  must   have   had   a  lively time,   for  whenever he told him to do anything,  -the "kaiser" invariably  told  him to  go ' to h���i    Von  Hindenberg  was  his idol.     "He  is the  boy for those  "Italians.     You   wa*it* and   se'e,"  he  added.    Captain   Kirk   is   awaiting  the necessary   papers  dealing with  the case, and it is expected "that the  prisoner will  leave under escort for  Vernon  on �� Monday.  ,o,n,  ic      . . f    t- ��� jowneaoya. W.   McLean   k h*;��� s tne   reaa'ng  of a  a",unff "��ese Junctions was  a   nartv  Iriiirh.not..morethan-��� b*��Lc���urth^tv;���oXlpaa:rap' fraloca'mor-^krbyMrs-Drch*������m��^  �����c ir��tKS across trie line.- 10 "nu  ���> Wlth  not   more than ten   held at the court he  Among his effects were a number  teeth missinSv . Applicants under 21   by Judge Grant,'A.  pistol cartridges, but the revolver years wi"  not be  accepted- without  Dr. M. S. Wad��- ���  i,���_ . ��� ">���'" ������"<= iducs   on  ��� .      - -     ... - -  -" I u7 .  lyears will  not be  accepted without) Dr.  the written  consent of his parents.  S. Wade.,    T^;y^%ennnCed-n��  dedare * "^ a"d  A u     , ----.selected   by   Mr    McLean   TaH  \       ���� WI" ^ be  taken when they  Among   the   local   boys   who   com- C -N   R   / a     a      , ��d-he deem 'li &*���'  ---���     ������������-��� 'C- N- R- to decide what compedsa-       "The fact th.t  *u       ���  fon,   if  any, the   railway  com&nvLm ^e mines of the  must pay to  Mr. McLela^ ^17 d     ^   ^    ^   entire^  shut  ning its Hne across the c^-^J^-0'&  ^  ^ ^   d^a  McLelan, who valued  . .  ���. ���.. wimiics iviowery,  T.     .. ���.  ���������������,. u��� ;���    wife of the mayor of Wallace.   Each  The directors cannot be in-1 y  mence their training at Grand Forks  today are Geo. jenks,  England; W.  Henderson,   Nova    Scotia;   Dudley  McMillan, Montreal; J. C. Carman,  Revelstoke, B.C.   On Thursday the  citizens of Grand Forks entertained  the .entire company  at   a  banquet,  and afterwards   a   patriotic   concert  was held  in their' honor at the Empress theatre.  K.P. Grand Lodge  The British Columbia Grand  Lodge, Knights of Pythias, convened in Rossland on Wednesday. Among those present from Phoenix  were A. F. Geddes and Geo. L.  Elkins, the latter of whom held the  rank of Grand Master at Arms," arid  is now elected to fill the position of  Grand Prelate. The members have  decided to hold their .next meeting  at New Westminster.  _ .      The follow-  He admitted   tog now constitute the Grand Lodge  that at the  outbreak  of war. he left   for the  next twelve months:   Grand  for the States and tried to get back   Chancellor, R. F. Steele, Nelson; G  to Germany,   but   was   told   by the   T.   Miller,   G.V.C;    G.   L.   Elkins,  consul that   the. attempt   would   be   G. Prelate;  E.   Pferdner,  useless. :: "''".'(; :;^'": ''���' I'W/ Harding,   G.M.E.;   A.    Davis,  G.M.F.:  N.   S.   Morrison,   G.I.G  the  claiih at  $20,000, said   he  had  intended   to  work it by hydraulic  mining, arid if  this was   done   it  would  mean that  the right of way constructed by the  railway company would  be   washed  away.      The   railway   company   at  first disputed that   the  line, crossed  any part of the claim.���Province.   ���  U.S. Immigration Rules  Some misconception seems to exist locally as to the ^qualifications  necessary before a person ��� can cross  the boundary line into the United  States. -Unlike-the- regulations-governing entry into this country which  are of a special character, there has  been no change for years in the law  governing entry into the United  States. All that is necessary is for  the person to possess $50 io cash,  and if nothing derogatory to the  traveller's character is known, he or  l.tion of war last August seems to  have been forgotten by some persons. There were overhead charges  which had to be met from surplus,  and the company is now recuperating as it were."  The Granby company is in strong  financial condition. Its floating debt  will be paid off about June 1st from  the proceeds of the sale of $2,000,-  000 6% convertible bonds.  Part of the Funds received will also be used to care for $850,000 of  non-convertible debentures and to  provide  additional working  capital.  With the cost of producing copper at 7yi cents, delivered in New  York, Granby at the present level of  prices can add a considerable amount  to its surplus.  When dividends are resumed on  the stock it will be fairly certain  that payments will be made regular  guest presented her with   a   present  in token of the esteem in which   she  is held.     Miss  Martin  is at present  I visiting with her aunt, Mrs.  Jay   P.  Graves, and  other  friends   in   Spokane, Portland, Seattle, Everett and  Ballard, Wash., prior to leaving for  her new home in Phoenix.  Empire Day  Deer and Caribou Increase  Empire Day passed uneventful in  Phoenix. The weather was of the  worst possible description and kept  everyone indoors. But in spite of  the lowering clouds in the morning,  a goodly number started for the  celebration at Grand Forks, only to  find on arrival that the weather  there was not much of an improvement over that prevailing here.  In Phoenix the display of the national emblem was much in excess of  that on former occasions. - There  was no lay-off at the mine.  Empire's Gloomiest Hour  Reports sent into Victoria by the  game wardens of Grand Forks and  Greenwood districts are of a most  favorable character, and the prospects for the approaching hunting  season are  very .good.     In   spite of.  the   enormous   number of  deer that I    were shot   last   season, the   animals I Corne one and a11'  . . ,      ~,       -        ._   .. _       I     Both great and small,  have  increased. . The   worst   thing, \ .    - . --  however, is"the* increase in the number of coyotes, and this in spite of  the bounty of three dollars per head  which the government offers for  their destruction. A similar satisfactory state of affairs exists in the  other parts of the Kootenay, where  the caribou are said to be also in  creasing  and  thriving.  And join the color* today.  This War will soon end,  If only our men  Will stand by their country "and say:  "From Canada'welcome;  The land of great fame,  We've crossed tbe ocean ao wide;.  Some have gone before,;  Midst the cannons loud roar,  We're ready; to stand by their aide."  We're Great Britain's sons,  Our duty must be done;  None of   the   floating palaces on   and E. Kincaid, G.O.G  Slocan lake   have as yet   been sunk  by  submarines,   snags   or   drifting       Win  cation should be secured.    This ap-  ,     ,           ,          , '���         I plies to all nationalities  man s   love, then  always |.   logs.     Navigation   is   safe, on   that I make him   comfortable-    n*,,*,- ���.,     I      r. ��� - .' /         "'"   "    ul-ta��on   to  beautiful lake, because all the mines  and yc-l, haveThe^c��;   o   ZlJt " ^T' ^  ^  l��  d^rUorry if the resumption of dividend  are in the hillS.-iGreenwood Ledge,   that love holding  your  own   letters,   unless  you  put  payments is deferred until Septem-   .w&���.���,.. &   �����"<-   i.miviu^.     They were  ly, as one  director   stated   recently, heen in large numbers   in the Revel-/    Our duty must be done;  the board would only start dividends   stoke district, and some good heads   We'll M do what's in our poorer;  I ,      ���     j r^        r     ;   , ���   I     h.a,ch one do their best,  when   the    members    were    certain I were obtained at  Crawford   bay,   in I .    -  the  hills . behind   Nakusp,    and   on  tion to disbursements.  the above,    the  Boston.Commercial, from which the  above   was   taken,    says    "Granby  stockholders   have   no    occasion   to  .       .... _""' " / when   the    members    were    certain  G.K.R.S; | She 'S e,,gr'b,e f��r entry'   Them��ney   there would  be no   further interrup-/the  hills   behind   Nakusp  must   be    shown   the    immigration L.^ to disbursements. Fly creek opposite Kaslo  officer, and to avoid   any inconveni-/     Commenting   on  ence a passport  or letter of/dent/ft"   '  And stand the good test.  In our Empire's gloomiest hour.  MlNlfLR M. KlBBTT,  'Phone 56  P. O. Box 309  stamps on them.  ber.     Evidently   it   \s  the  desire of  the management, as it should be, to  see  all   of the   company's   floating  indebtedness   of every   nature,    including advances on copper in transit and in process of refining cleaned  j up before  a distribution  is made to  stockholders.      Granby's    earnings  must be running now at the rate of  $25.00 a share, and when  dividends  finally are  resumed, they  should be  large enough  to cause the stock to  sell well above $100."  The little Store  First Street  There are cheap corsets, but when the most graceful  and comfortable corsets cost but little more than the  cheap ones, why wear any but the best ?  Comfort and an air of refinement become  second nature to -wearers of  &  CORSETS  (Made in CanaJa)  Gome here and see the latest models. Also let us  ���how you our many new styles in ladies' outer  apparel.  MORRIN-THOMPSON & CO.  <"���*  Visit of Bishop  The  Right Rev.   Dr.   Douall, the  newly-elected  Bishop  of Kootenay,  paid his first visit to  this portion of  his  diocese   on   Wednesday.      The  visitor arrived in the afternoon from  Grand   Forks,   and   at   five  o'clock  officiated   at  the solemn  service of  Confirmation   in  St. John's  church.  There   was   a   class   of twelve presented.      Later in the evening N. J.  Carson  motored with  the Bishop to  Greenwood where a similar service,  followed   by  a reception, was  held.  The  Rev.  R.   D.   Porter,   who  has  now the joint charge of the parishes  of  Greenwood    and   Phoenix,   presented the candidates.  FRUIT  Visit of Mining Students  Among the visitors to Phoenix  this week were a number of students  connected with the mining branch  of Pullman college, Washington.  They were accompanied by Professor  F. A. Thomson, one of the faculty,  and on Thursday the party were  conducted over the workings of the  Granby mine. They left on Friday  morning for Chewelah to inspect the  property of the United Copper.  VEGETABLES  SERVICE  CUSTOMERS GET  THE   BEST  OF   ALL  THREE AT  OUR STORE.  Fancy Hot House Lettuce, 30c. per Ib.  Fancy Rhubarb, 5 Ib. for 25c.  Green Onions, 5c. per Bunch.  Local Radishes, 5c. "  Choice Cucumbers, 25c. each.  New Cabbag-e, 6c. per Ib.  Ripe Tomatoes, 30c. per Ib.  Asparagus, 20c. per lb.  Fresh Spinach, 3 Bunches for 10c.  We are now receiving   Daily, a  supply  of Kennewick  Strawberries, at the Lowest Price the market will allow.  "The Store of Quality"  3C  3C  . ^at.. 3S'  /  '.���ei.i��iyiii!i iff"��  THE   PIONEEB,    PHOENIX,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  a reasonable time limit to  the opportunity we ofFer.  THE PHOENIX PIONEER    will happen  Some people seem to labor under  the impression that the British submarine service has proved a failure,  but just let the Kaiser providethem  with a few targets, and see what  The situation reminds  issued weekly  at Phobnix, British Columbia  Subscription, 2.00 per year  2.50 to United States.  G. Kay, Publisher.  one of an incident that occurred dur.  the early days of Rossland. ������'"I>  there any hunting to be got in these  American Consul's Report  The   American   ambassador   has  communicated to Sir Edward Grey,  a letter of the  American consul at  Cologne,  giving  a report concerning his visit to the thirteen British  officer prisoners   who   are  held   in  close confinement in Germany in retaliation ; for   the   imprisonment   of  German  submarine  crews in  Eng-j  land.   The lettersays the conditions  ���a  pawrts?" queried a new arrival from I imposed  upon   the  prisoners   were  that they were not allowed regular  rations, nor allowed any air, besides  being prevented from holding conversation with one another. !  the Old Country.   "Any amount," re  'plied the bartender of the Allan ho-  !tel, "the boys are out everyday."  "Do  they   kill  anything?" pursued  the stranger.     "Kill nothing!" said  .$i,oolthe mixer.  "But they do some pow-  97.S01 erful hunting  |��ft  Some  people are never  satisfied.  I Old   Mike  O'Leary,   father  of   the  now famous Serjeant of that name,  - ADVKRTISING SCALE  Application for Liquor Licence (SO days)  Application for Transfer of Lieouoo   ���erttftoateof haprovomont (fJOdays)        910.00  Application to Purchase Laud notloea (60 days)  . $10.00  Small Water Notice* (30 days)  97.60  Delinquent Oo-Oivuorship notioos 00 tlnys S35.00  DapUoato Corti��c��to of Title notices 33.00 f is  kicking  because  his   son   didn't  duds of Ttianks, so ocnu. I put a few more of the enemy out of J be for Russia or Prance.  AH other leirai advertising, 13 cents a ia,e, I business when he won the Victoria! fit. for, the transaction  will  be in  suurl* column, for too first insertion; and 8| Cross.    He says: "I'm surprised he  Big War Order      j  The American Locomotive com.  pany, of New York state, has commenced work on an order of seven  cents a lino for each aub.'iequont insertion, non-  parol] measurement.  Display ads ��1.00 per inch, single  column, per mouth. Transient ads.  60c. per inch, per issue; subsequent insertions, 35c. per. inch.  didn't do more. I often laid out  twenty men myself with a stick coming back from Macroom fair, and  it's a bad trial of Mick that he could  only kill eight, and him having a  rifle and a bayonet."  Saturday, May 29, 1915.  million .shrapnel  shell* for  one   of  the allies.     The order is thought lo  The p -o-  the  neighborhood of fifteen million dollars, and the arrival of peace is ifot  to interfere with the completion  the order.  ��� vices  '^���: .;:;���:   CREAM     "  BAKING POWDER  Sixty years the standard  Dr. Price's is free from alum  pr^any doubtful or unwholesome  ingredient.    It is made from  Cream / of Tartar, derived from  grapes,  pure  and  healthful  beyond any question.  . ��oyou feel satisfied that the  baking .powder you are using is  absolutely safe and certain?  Have you read the label to  see if it contains alum?  "Awful Treatment!"  Commenting on that big German  victory, the Berliner Zeitung says:  "A great victory has been proclaimed, but no human being has learned  anything about the details. It is  unreasonable to command a nation  to be joyful without telling the people why, and to order cities to hoist  flags without telling them at the  same time the real reason."       "  D. J. Matheson  General Agent, ".:..;)  It is a general belief that rain always follows a battle. This is just  as true as that it always stops raining���or at least always has���some  time. But it is true that the battle  causes the rain.  The fact that rain  follows a battle does not  prove that the  battle  caused the rain.     If you wait long  enough,it's certain to rain anyway.  The manoeuvring that always  precedes a   battle  is generally carried  out in  clear   weather  so  that   it is  generally about ready  to rain when  '. the battle occurs.    Scientists assure  us that cannonading cannot produce  rain.    To  condense a single pound  of water  vapor  so  as   to produce  rain   requires  about   twelve  horsepower.    At this rate an inch of rain  over a  square mile   would   require  about    15,000,000  horsepower,   so  that it is  ridiculous  to suppose that  all the_cannonading of the greatest  army could  produce power enough  to cause any appreciable rainfall.���  American Boy.  The Imperial government has appointed a war committee to control  the export of coal from the British  Isles. The output has decreased  forty million tons since the war  commenced, in consequence of 150,-  000 miners having joined the colors,  while the navy is using twelve times  more coal than in times of peace.  FIRE,    LIFE  AND ACCIDENT  INSURANCE  PHOENIX, B. C.  The department of agriculture advises farmers to market their eggs  more frequently. Good adyice. Hen  fruit that has not been cooked soon  enough has occasioned more -profanity in the household than a tin  tack on the bedroom floor.  DRAYING  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders.    Phone A56.  James G. McKeown  Phoenix, like other cities throughout the Dominion, has its 'quota of  German sympathizers. Don't let  us make the slightest mistake on  this point. Since the early weeks  of the war a complete list of the  names of local advocates of German  "kultur" has been compiled, and the  identity of two of them if it was disclosed would create no little amount  of astonishment. Then there are the  so-called neutrals, most of them  naturalized British subjects, who are  to be numbered by the scores ;_very  quiet an the subject, but still neutral. This is an age of doubt, and  if there are any in this city who con  sider themselves wrongly under suspicion, let us remind such that the  columns of the Pioneer are open for  them to declare on whose side in  this struggle their sympathies lie.  We say they are   open, but there is  While our boys in faraway Flanders are falling thickly around the  standard, or being herded like brute  beasts into filthy German prison  camps, the enemy behind them is allowed all the privileges of our God-  given British freedom.-  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MINING REGULATIONS  A woman is at the bottom of it  after all. The Prussian campaign  of hatred was started by a woman,  Frau Simon-Sonnemann, the owner  of the Frankfurter Zeitung, one of  the leading newspapers* of Germany.  _���.���        ��   According to the Victorian, the  Granby' smelter has been removed  from Grand Forks and re-erected in  Greenwood. This ought to be?good  news for our friend the Ledge.  The war in Europe has proved a  blessing in disguise for South American republics. They can't get  any ammunition to kill one another  with.  They have a .very good way in  Republic, Wash.,' when they want  a celebration. The mayor calls a  meeting.  1111111  .^v'REAtl^vbELiGH^Ul?^ .:' s-  Hake a Corner  Collect  the Cushion  '. Cover Coupons with  every (Bljitkt Package  ifeiftaiD E^Nhc&htaDA  Two Methods  The naval action fought a few  days ago brings into sharp contrast  the difference in methods of the men  of the two navies. We had sunk a  German destroyer and saved forty-  four lives out of 59, one officer risking his life to save a German sailor.  Now this German destroyer was  carrying three - men who had been  taken from a trawler which had been  sunk. They were left to perish without a thought or care. We have no  desire to emphasize the contrast  further than to point out that the  Germans claim a monopoly of Vkul-  tur," which they want to implant in  the rest  of the world!���Reynolds.  The tenth  division   of  the Swiss  army has been called up for service,  two   divisions   that   were dis-  Th  banded, some time ago have been re-  called.  Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and. Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories and in a portion of the  Province of British Columbia, may be  leased for a term of twenty-one. years  at an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,560 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 unsur-  veyed territory the tract applied for  shall be staked out by the applicant  himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of 85 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 with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such re  turns should be furnished at least once  a year.  The lease will include the coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available  surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at the rate of. $10.00 atf acre.  For full information . application  should be made to the Secretary,of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa,  or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W. W; CORY,   ..  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not be paid for.  ���30600.  for garden and farm ore best I  forB.Ceoil.Seo Catedoguo fo*  solid, ijuaronto�� of purity  euid"germination  Send now for Copy free  Sutton fiSens.The Kind's Soodmcn  A.J.Woe ct w\a r d  *��       %������cower  "rtfny<rir�� sh  H COLUMBIA  Vacroria  sane ATSRNTS FAR QR  The kaiser has  received  the fol-  0f (lowing reply from the American ambassador in London as to the treatment  afforded   German   submarine  prisoners in England.���  "Officers and men at Chatham in  good health, and supplied with money. Officers receive- 2s. 6d. per  day from British government. None  in solitary confinement, but are kept  in separate rooms at night. Size of  room 8ft by 12ft.    Men eat together  in one room, and officers in another  mess.    Officers and men have same  food.     Dietary composed of bread,  cocoa,   tea,   sugar,   potatoes,    suet  pudding, pork and pea soup, cheese,  beef,   mutton   and   milk.      Officers  may have butter, men supplied with  margarine.   All supplied with books  and tobacco.     Officers allowed servants from ,among crew.   AIl'Have  use of well-equipped gynasiumdaily  at  stated' peribds.r������;���  Permitted   to  write letter ipnce a week, and to receive   money,   parcels  and   letters.  Both men   and   officers  exercise   in  association,   but at different times.  Recreation quarters indoors   as well  as outdoors.  Officers complain of being held in  detention barracks, rather than in  officers' camps, but no complaint as  to quantity or quality of food. No  complaint as to treatment or as to  character of accommodation. Hygiene and sanitary requirements excellent. Rooms and all surroundings specklessly clean."   .  REMEMBER 1   The ointment  irou put on your child's skin gets  nto tbe system just as sandy at  food the, child eats. Don't let  impure fats and mineral coloring  -matter (such as many of the  cheap ointments contain) get  into jour child's blood I . Zam*  Buk is purely herbal. No poisonous coloring. Use it always.  50c Bsx et All Dngglsls and Shm.  , use;    only  AM-BUK  i*Nervous Women ��v  DR.  PIERCE'S '  ��^Yorlte  Prescription  ���e *h^"n����|uldortjibl��t form.mj b.a ����//woman!  tlmM      fR^T tr���*1 Sutte*f<* from nervousness and a m  thlnrt IKS2 SJ?h^t,?lh*i*iv��nl!?eJnost "����< ol any  ""�� * nave ever tried. Am very much better than i h��0��  been In some lime,    I gladly recZum^nd thS^JSSL LSE*  . "I have been In a run-down oon-  *��%srattWyaB.^  woman In need of a tonic.1  Dr.  Piwoo'B Ptomtumt Pmilmtm  In Qfrlhood  Wommnhood  fmwmamnOI*sw19���9m1  "Th�� Sut^j  Phoenix  ioneer  has for 16 Years been re- *.  cognized as  the   Mining'  Medium of the Boundary  country.  In the matter of advertising, it reaches the:  right kind of people, and  an advertisement in its  columns is certain of  quick and profitable results.  Send In Your Stationery Orders and  Holiday Printing to the  Phoenix Pioneer  m  : In the matter of all  things pertaining to the  progress of the district it  is a reliable and trustworthy authority. It's  American subscription list  is one of the largest in  the Kootenay.  When arriving in town  subscribe for it. When  leaving keep your subscription alive. You may  want to come back again.  THE HOME OF  1  Advertisers should call  or write for our Advertising rate card.    The local  "paper is the local medium  for   local   business   men.  Published Every  Saturday Morning  A BUSINESS MAN IS KNOWN BY THE  QUALITY OF PRINTING HE USES  Our Stock ot Stationery is the Best that can be procured in  Canada, and our Workmanship will meet with your approval  Why Not Have Your Stationery  Printed by Us?  We make a specialty of Letterheads,.Envelopes, Billheads,  Note Heads, Memos,, Visiting Cards, Menus, Posters,  Wedding Invitations, Check Books, By-Laws,  and in fact anything done with Printers'  INK AND PAPER  No Job Too Large, None too Small  Ih PHOENIX I  $2:00 per-Year in Advance. $2.50 per Year to U. S.  VISITING CARDS (  ladies' or  \qentlemen  '..) MADE $ ORDEFO  Jf^S"-l?4>* ���nfc/*'j��'W*��*f**���*�� wwwi^wi ���+*** !****>* s  ijatesssnftssosss^ .TBE'   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  Hotel Brooklyn  . The Only First-Class and Up-To-Date  Hotel in Phoenix. New from cellar  to roof. Best Sample Rooms in the  Boundary, Opposite Great Northern  Depot.      V   '.'      Modern Bathrooms.  Concentrates  STEAM HEATED.  O, D. Bush, Prop.  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix, B.C.  Everything in Men's Wear  Clothing  Underwear  Shirts  Shoes  Hats  Caps, etc.  I Thos. Brown  "Everything-a Man  Wears'V  Should come from healthy and vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  manner Separated Cream insures purity and  quality. The Dairy produces both.  THE DAIRY       J. W. Hannam, Prop.  Further Drop in Butter  Fresh Churned Creamery Butter, 7lb. Box, $2.65.  "��� " " "   141b. Box, $5.25 very choice  Empress Creamery Brix, 40c. ib.; 2 lbs. for 75c.  Dominion Brand Hams, 25c. lb.  u "      Bacon, 28c. Ib;  Shamrock Brand Hams, 30c. lb.; Bacon, 35c. per lb.  Burns'Ideal Poultry Food, 6c. per lb.  Last week a ten-year old boy was  shot and killed at Fernie by the accidental discharge or* a 22 rifle.  Five sections of land at Chin  Cotilee, near ;Lethbridge, have been  set apart as an antelope park.  The department of agriculture has  made a grant of four hundred dollars to the Golden fair committee.  Sixteen out , of eighteen of the  Rossland boys at the front have  either been killed, wounded or taken  prisoners.  "Remember the Lusitania,'' .was  the slogan that E. S. H. Winn gave  the recruits of the 54th Battalion at  a smoker held last week.      ;  Anton Kuepferle, an American  citizen, who was on trial in London,  charged with being a German spy,  was found hanging by a scarf:in his  cell;  The Swiss government is preparing a letter of protest to Germany  for the sinking of the Lusitania.  There were three Swiss subjects on  board.  !  General Bridges,   who was  killed  recently in the Dardanelles operations, was a Canadian. He was in  command of the Australian troops  and was born at Port Hope, Ont.'  An employee of the Burlington  Railroad, at Lincoln, Nebraska, has  fallen heir to the title and millions  of the late Lord Rathoe. He says  he will present a warship to the  British navy.  General von Bissing, the German  governor-general of Belgium, has  issued a statement on the revenue  of the "conquered territory." For  the past year the, receipts were:  $35,031,906, and the expenditure  $39,631,906. ���.���..'...'',  It is proposed to send a couple .of  aviators to the Labrador coast to  locate the position of the seal herds.  The information thus obtainedvwill  enable the. sealing fleet toi sail  straight for the spot and save much  valuable time.  Prince Ruprecht of Bavaria; the  general who incited- his soldiers to  take no: English ���prisoners, was the  leading wifebeatef in Bavaria. In  Munich his cruelty to his wife was  common talk and his wife is said to  have died of grief.  When war first broke out the  French officials seized all the Germans in Madagascar, and among  the effects of one leading resident  they   found   a   gold-bedecked   suitj^^^  Boundary District bf British Columbia  1  RICH   IN  MINERAL,   AGRICULTURAL AND   LUMBERING  POSSIBILITIES���  A MOST PROMISING FIELD FOR THE INVESTOR.  Probably no district in the Dominion of Canada possesses so great an array of  potentialities as the above.   The mountains throughout its entire length and breadth,  are almost without exception mineraliferous, containing gold, silver, copper, iron and  other valuable ores, while in a few localities there are more than-surface indications  of the presence of coal. ;'  FOREST AND MINERAL WEALTH  Its forest stretches are among the richest in the province, and what is of great  importance, easily accessable to .river and railway. There is scarcely a square mile of  it that is not either equipped with high tension wires, or which could not be reached  by the expenditure of the smallest outlay. Not the least attraction from the point of  view of the investor, is the sites for water power, which abound in this district.  Just at present an immense amount of interest is being directed to the recent  free gold discovery.in Greenwood, while in the same district is to be seen one of the  best equipped free gold properties in the west, a not inconsiderable asset in these days  of industrial depression and shrinkage of gold reserves. It is in this district where is  situated the Phoenix and Grand Forks properties of the Granby Consolidated, together with those of the British Columbia Copper company. In the former camp, and  surrounding it for miles on all sides, are acres of crown-granted mineral claims, all  awaiting the advent of the investor. The title deeds to these properties, thanks to a  beneficent series of mining laws, are unimpeachable, and if proof is wanted of the  statement, let us point to the almost entire absence of mining litigation in the courts  of the province.  AGRICULTURE AND FRUIT-GROWING CENTRE  The possibilities of the Boundary as an  agricultural and fruit-growing centre  are also worthy of investigation, and  a visit  to  some   of its   spendidly equipped orchards will prove a revelation to the stranger.      The highways throughout the Boundary makes this section of the province the motorists paradise, millions having been  spehton the construction of government roads.    .  No locality is  better served  with railroads  than  the  Boundary district.     At  present this section  is served  by two  of the  greatest systems on the continent, the  C. P. R. and Great Northern companies, while within a few months the route to the  "Pacific coast will  be commercially curtailed  by the opening of the new   K. V. V.  branch of the former. :    .  P.  BURNS fCO,,  LTD.  J  Great Northern Rail^liy Lines  Advance Announcement Excursion Rates To  Panama Fair���Return Fare, First Class,  : Bearing Limit, 30 Days,  54.90  Same Ticket, with 90 Day Limit, $61.55  Routing: Great Northern Railway to-Flavel, Oregon,  thence Great Northern Pacific, S. S. Co. Steamer  Great Northern.     Return same route.  Dates of Sale, April 14 to Nov. 30, 1915. Call on us  for suggestions for side trips from San Francisco.  J. V.   INGRAM, Agent  PRINTING  . is our business and we are  here to please 3'ou. The  next time that 3^011   want  any Billheads, Letterheads, Envelopes, Statements, Circulars,  Cards, Dodgers���in fact, anything in PRINTING, phone 14  and we will  sho w y o 11  samples : : :  THE PIONEER  The No. / OL  Is the only Typewriter today that supplies real comfort automatically to the Operator���adapted for Doctors, Drug-gists, Merchants,  5$    and in fact it is essential to every business concern in B. C.  said to be for the new German gov  ernor-g-eneral of the island.  j     The British government has decided to issue a penny edition of the  report of the committee  on alleged  German outrages, of which Viscount  Bryce, formerly British   ambassador  at Washington was president.    The  report  is  being  translated   into the  chief languages of Europe and India.  To avenge the death, of his brother, who   was   one   of the  Lusitania  victims, John Turnbull, of the Turn-  bull    Manufacturing    company,   of  New Britain. Conn., announces that  his company will at once proceed to  manufacture ammunition   for the allies.     They have hitherto refused all  ���orders. ��������.  v John McLeod, Nelson, fisheries  inspector, was in town last week.  He said that the man sentenced for  catching trout at South Slocan was  an Irishman. We knew he was a  British subject or he wouldn't have  been prosecuted. Foreigners have  been fishing all winter in Slocan  lake.���Slocan Record. ,J*��  Herman Haefliger, a Swiss subject, residing at Rossland, has recently wrote a letter to the Rossland  Miner, indignantly repudiating the  rumor that he is a German spy or  has the slightest sympathy with  German aspirations. He formerly  served in the famous Foreign Legion  of the French army and saw service  in Madagascar and Cochin China.  Acting upon information received,  the provincial police on the Crow,  arrested a German engineer employed by the C.P.R. He was an  alien enemy and was suspected  with carrying a pistol. On being  searched no firearms were found on  him, but another man confessed that  the accused had given the gun to  him. The prisoner was fined fifty  dollars and costs.  X   it ,*   .,  .;.   .-:������  I. O.O.F.  Snowshoe Lodge j  No.  46  every   Monday   Evening:   at|  Visiting: brethren i  Hall,  cordially invited.  Our hall is for rent for dances, social  evenings, etc.  Oscar Gustafson, Noble Grand.  T. S. Quance, Fin. Secy.  Jas. Pierce, Rec. Secy.  Daughters of Rebekah  Phoenix Lodge No. 17  Meets in tho Oddfellows' Hall,  First and Third Wodnesdays.  Mrs. Helen Dcune, Noble Grand  -. Mrs. O. D. Bush, Secretary.  K. of P. Lodge,  No. 28  Phoenix,  B.C.  Meets Tdesday Evening at 7.30.  Sojourning brothers cordially welcomed.  Jos. Botcher, C. C.  T. Underwood, K. of It. S.  PYTHIAN SISTERS  Mountain Temple Lodge No. 17  MooU in Pythian  Hull, Lower Town  Second and Fourth Thursdays.  Mrs. XV. Bollis,  M.K.C.  Mi's. \W Wills,  M.Ii.C.  The Strathcona Hotel  NELSON, B. C.  Steam  Heated Throughout  The Finest Accommodation for  the Travelling Public.  Men's  Fashionable  Jewellery  FOR  BIRTHDAYS  & ANNIVERSARIES  SIGNET RINGS  Larg*e Selection in Gold  Price  -  $3.00 to $10.00  CUFF LINKS,  TIE PINS, ETC.,  Sig-net and Stone Set Gold and  Gold Filled���Priced from  $1.00  to $5.oo and up  Jewellery makes lasting" presents.  Engraving- Free. No trouble to  show Goods.  E. A. Black, Jeweler  DININQROOM    SERVICE  UNEXCELLED.  \  Nine Well-Lighted  Samplorooms.  Phone 12  JAS.   MARSHALL,  PR^P.  *���'������ ���{' 1: ."   -i   ���.       ,   b" ^ o  ���  ���    ' JA  v   v: A   ���    ��� ���<  THE KNOB HILL HOTEL  A. O. Johnson, Prop.  First-Class Accommodation for Miners  FINEST OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN STOCK.  'PHONIC  72. YOUR  PATRONAGE SOLICITED;  C  v.,'  e  ���i  r\  aafca mp  /,  ���. -.'^iTm^'^; .^., ^X-  -..,��� v ^���-���''';'-'��'-;��'-<��>'.��^*^w*w<,1,^,..��.B,���,,���.,���,,  ^.k^w����.u*��.,w,W)kK4,���^ilr!V^^  ;S>l>..<.K������::ftfj,ill:;,l,  ��ra  "-'i'i'iI 1fflliMMftoMM1|a  mm  B  wm  mil"  ME   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH    CDLUBOIM  1   Local and General  Baby carriage  Mis. AY. Cook.  for   sale  Apply  for rent.-  ^Eg^^yjwiwi^ywiwwiiiw  Moving Pictures  Phoenix' lWfnpr*' YTnir\n 0��^a�����  tr   Phoenix Miners' Union Opera House  SATURDAY, MAY 2 9th  Housekeeping' rooms  Apply'Mrs. Pucldy.  Wuls mui Quarts for family trade  1h>��<j 23.    Phoenix Brewing- Co.  All free  miners' licenses in  B.C.  Expire on Monday next at midnight,  tiirl  wants  position   in hotel   or  private family. Apply Pioneer office.  Guitar  for   sale,   including1 cas��  utul instructor; first class condition.  Apply Pioneer office.  F. Richards, accountant for the  Jl B.C. Copper company, left for Spo-  jj kane on Friday morning.  The Mint hotel for sale; well fur.  iitshed; a .snap for the right party.���  Apply Mrs. M.E. Puddy.  For Sale���Choice acreage in Florida; will .sell in 10, 20 and 30 acre  lots.    Apply Pioneer office.  Mrs. Thos. Russell, who has been  on Thursday next, June,3rd.  open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.  There   will   be   a   service   in   the  'Khglish church  on Sunday evening.  Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Geddes and  G. L. Elkins returned to town on  Saturday from attendance at the  Grand Lodges of the Knights  Pythias and Pythian Sisters.  The friends of Wm. Murray will  be pleased to learn that his condition of late has improved so much  that it was found possible to remove  him to Spokane, where it is thought  the change of air will do much to  wards hastening his recovery  DRW6S, DRUGGIST'S SUNDRIES HIGH-CLASS  STATIONERY  Agent for the famous  CONFECTIONERY  and Na-Dni-Co Preparations.  T.S. QUANCB  PHOENIX, B.C.  |��r in the silverware.    The pendants,  are engraved with the name ofeachj  ish, French, Swiss and American  watch repairing. Satisfaction guaranteed. Charges reasonable. Leave  orders at Union Cigar store, or the  Phoenix stage. Carl Adenetir,;Greenwood.    All members of Phoenix Lodge,  Knights of Pythias, are requested to  attend the session on Tuesday next,  ���., ���..  wnn n����. hwn I ��^-,im li,c session on i uesclay next  visiting friends in Spokane for some  wlien among other  important busi  days, returned home on Saturday.     I ness. ther��>  u/Sii  h��  *i���  _��_!---���  Lucille Love Seriesi::^Mday  Animated Weekly Every Tuesday Evening-.  Western Drama���With Bob Leonard and  Hazel Buckman.  <A MAN, A GIRL, AND ANOTHER GIRL"  ���One Reel Universal:  "DEAD MEN'S TALES"--In Three Parish  With Pearl, Cook and J. W. Johnson (Eclair Film).  "SHERIDAN'S PRIDE "--{AComedy^t^ce' Jbcker��  days, returned home on Saturday.  Mrs. J. G. Spinks left town on  Saturday for a visit of a couple of  months to her motherat Sacramento,  California.-  For Sale���Cabin, furnished or unfurnished; good well; also a lot; situate New York townsite. Apply  Pioneer office.  ness, there  will  be  the, nomination  recipient and are emblazoned in purple and white the colors of the team.  The dance, given on Wednesday,  under the  auspices  of  the Phoenix  baseball club,   proved   the  success  expected,   and  everyone in attendance claim to have spent an enjoyable  evening.      The  popular Ironsides orchestra furnished the music  and in  addition to some of the old  favorites,   rendered   a   number    of  Mineral Act  (PormF)  : V*  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  SYLVESTER K FRACTIONAL  0        MINERAL CLAIM  tf  members are invited  A German-American brakeman on  the local Great Northern passenger,  was requested to stay on the other  side of the Bohndary line this week.  He was an outspoken admirer of the  Phoenix Miners' Union, No. 8, great sweet William and his lamb  meets  Thursday   evening,   at  7.30 like army.   :      - ;      .    -  p.m.;    Geo. J. Mattocks, pres; John       Chas. Franson has taken over the  Evans, sec. hairdressing parlor adjoining Thos.  St. Andrew's church (Presbyterian;  Brown's clothing store.      The place  -Service, Sunday next, May 30fch, at ii i       ���    v    u iu  ,,�����., ���      '.... 0   ������ /    a I    ,    . ��� possesses the only private bath��  11.00 a.m.   Sunday School at 2 p.m    v  ----- ~"  ravorites,   rendered   a   number    o  of officers for the next term. Visiting catcbey up-to-date selections.  Chas.  members are invited. Davidson' proved a very acceptable  floor manager, and Mrs. E. A.  Black and Mrs, Roy Clark were invaluable as the refreshment committee  [ All welcome  Two houses on New York Town-  possesses the only private baths in  town, and the new prop, announces  ADULTS, 15c.   CHILDREN, 5c.  ���.-.,  .��,..., �������������� tu��.��iiJi.njij iu tfive nis patrons- tn<  . ..w ><vua��.-> uu iycw xorK i own- " "  site for rent or sale; one six-roomed best possible satisfaction.   Your pat  house on Brooklyn avenue for sale, rnnair? !�� cr.i;^:*~^   -- - ��� w ��� mr m  Do colds settle on your chest'or in you*  bronchial tubes? Do coughs hang on, or  are you subject to throat troubles?  Such troubles should have immediate  treatment with the rare curative powers  of Scott's Emulsion to guard against  consumption which so easily follows  I AT.;  house on Brooklyn avenue for sale  Apply, G. W. McAuliffe.  Chas. Smith, nephew of Wm.  Delahay, customs officer, isopaying  a visit to his uncle and aunt. He  is a student at Walla Walla, Wash.  For Sale.���A house and two lots;  four rooms; well furnished; near hospital; a snap for cash. Apply Pioneer, Isaac Hill or D. J. Matheson.'  Mrs. F. B. Hall, of McGill, Nevada, joined her husband here in  Phoenix on Friday. Mr. Hall is  one of the Granby company's machine shop staff. '    '  Mrs. O. Isaacson, of Rossland,arrived in the city on Saturday for the  purpose of visiting her daughter,  Mrs. Jas. Pierce. She returned to  her home on Friday.  Jas. . Marshall, proprietor of- the  popular Strathcona hotel.; at Nelson,  motored up from the Forks on Empire Day and spent a few hours with  friends in the camp  . , r v���..vci i vuusuuijjuuo wmen so easily ivuuwg.  his intention to give his patrohs thel    ^ScoU'sEmulsionrontainspurec^dliTer  "               r                       I oil which peculiarly strengthens the res-  best possible satisfaction.   Your pat-I birntnrv *r<,~* ��--i -��� *-- ������  Situate in the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District. Where located:  Greenwood Camp.  Take notice that 1, D. J. Matheson,  as agent for Adojphe Sercu, Certificate No. 68942b, intend, sixty days from  date hereof, to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of improvements for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action ���  under section 37 must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of  Improvements.  Dated this 13th day of March, A. D.  1916. <������. tmt  '.'���.���;'. D. J. Matheson, Agent.  Notice of Forfeiture  ronage, is solicited. advt  Jim McNuIty came in from Hed-  ley on Saturday. James formed one  of the first bunch of pioneer prospectors to camp on the site of the  metropolis of Phoenix, and is now  interested with others in some mining property adjacent to the famous  Nickel Plate mine at Hedley.  Local Italian residents are taking a keener interest in the war  now that their mother country is involved. Inquiries among them as  to whether there was any likelihood  of some going from Phoenix elicited  the reply that none had been called  up yet, but a summons calling up  the first class reservists was hourly  expected.  Actuated  by  the sentiments of a  true sport,   E.   A.   Black,   the local   r.-.u..uAjj' oucugiacns tne respiratory tract and improves the quality of  the blood;' the glycerine in it soothes and  heals the tender membranes of the. throat.,  Scott's is prescribed by the best specialists. You can get it a�� any drug store.  Scott at Bowoe, Toronto, Ont.  ^To .Alexander^.     Broomfield.   of  Princeton, in the District of Yale'  0UJ*jeiSreby notified that I have  .expended $500.00 in labor and improv^  mente upon the "Standard No. 2 Frac-  I tional" Minera Claim, situate on wit  ,_.    ���...v..��� wjoiiii, situate on- Walr  lace Mountain, in the Greenwood Mining  aioh: of the District of Yale,  as  Eggs for Hatching  From my selected pen of heavy laying  White Leghorns.���$1.50 for 15.  F. J. HARBINSON,  Pho��riix, B. C.  Land Registry Act  (Section 24)  In the matter of an application for  Duplicate Certificate of Title No. 7881a,  issued \ to William   McBride,   covering I tiahur  Lot 32, Block  12, Map -21, Greenwood '���"���-'���  City.-." "���."'���X-': : \- -"':-y:': :''��� -������-'':\-  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN; that  Division ������*  wc ^mmct  oi   iale,  as  appears By five annual Certificates, of  Work, duly recorded in the office of the  Mining- Recorder for the  said Greenwood -Mining Division, on October 2nd,  1909, iMay 27th, 1911, June 4th,  1912,  May 5th,  1913, and June 1st, 1914, in  order to hold said claim under Section  48 of the Mineral Act. foip'-;five years,  ending June 10th, 1914; and that I have  paid $12.50 in recording such five Certificates of Work:���'������":  And you are further notified that your  proportion of the expenditures abov��  mentioned was paid by the subscriber.  And if at the expiration of ninety  days of publication of this Notice you  fail or refuse tn����iWi��i*��..��� ���  fail or refuse to contribute your propor--  tion of the expenditu.es .required under  jeweler,     recently    presented   each  it is my intention at the expiration of  one month from the date of first publication hereof to issue a duplicate certificate of title covering the above lands  to William McBride, unless in the meantime  I  shall  receive  valid   objection   ��� ...�� vAjrcnuiiu.eB  required under  Section 48 of the Mineral Act to hold  said Claim for the years above mentioned, together with all costs of advertising your interest in said Miners.!  Claim (being a one-eighth interest) shall  become vested in the subscriber (a co-  owner) under Section 28 of the Mineral  Act.. .���.'./  Dated at Beaverdell, B.C., February,  23rd,1915.  Washington H. Rambo.  thereto in writing.  "Rough on RatS" clears out  ~A._        ILK-  _ . -^ .   '   The half-yearly election of officers     ��� ,-  "    "*"���'-.  of   the    Phoenix   branch   Western   team with  a watch  fob, in' recogni-11915;     ���---'- "* "U"UI'   House.     15c. and 25c. at Drug and  Federation   of  Miners,   takes place   tion of their plucky attempt to gath-j     C. H. DUNBAR, District Registrar.   Country Stores  member    of  last   season's    hockey I    Dated"at'the Land Registry Office at I Ratc   \a~    /      r-��    ,   ^.  X,Kamloops,B.C.,this29thndayyofMa%^ Don't Die  in  the  ^������"Vji^  PHOENIX BAKERY  W. WILLIAMS, PROP.  A new line of Bakery and Confectionery  just   arrived.     Fresh  Bread,  Cakes and Cookies, just  like  mother  used   to  bake,  delivered daily to any part of city.  CAKES MADE TO ORDER AT  MOST  REASONABLE RATES  TELEPHONE 53  Application for a Transfer of  Liquor License.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that  I intend to make application for ai  transfer of the Liquor License held]  by me for the Queen's Hotel, to Tom  F. Oxloy, at the next sitting of the  Board of License Commissioners of the  City of Phoenix, B.C.  Dated at Phoenix, B.C.,  this  12th  May, 1915.  (Signed) JAMES WALSH  Publi'c Notice is hereby given that!  the first sitting of the annual Court!  of Revision for revising, correcting  and hearing complaints against the  Assessment, as made Jay tht Assessor  for the year 1915, will be held at the  City Hall, Phoenix, B.C., on Friday,  May 2ist, 1915, at 8 p.m.  Dated at Phoenix, B.C.,  April 10th, 1915.  W. X. PERKINS,  City Clerk  m^amsmMNMMmm���   II  over 35%  of the purchasing  price on your  range by buying a  Dominion Pride"  direct  from  the  factory  E&z  *<*.>mm&  T:^Z  ���ml  i*����j  MPP^  This Range  Fullg; Guaranteed  and Freight Paid  MILK AND_CHEAM  f.The rich quality of our Milk and  Cream is gaining new patrons  for us daily.    We solicit a trial.  I Delivery made to any part of the  city.    Mail us a card.  The PHOENIX DAIRY  Shoes that Fit!  We make a specialty of Miners'  Shoes; good fit, nice shape, and  nothing but the best of stock used  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  NICK PALORCIA,  Knob Hill Ave.        Phoenix, B.O.  KS^      JB.    a        4  WOOD  I  * W. A. McKay & Sons, Props  First-class Fir and Tam-  arac Wood, $6.00 per cord  Pine Wood,  $5.00 per c��)rd.  Fir Tamarac, and double cut,  per cord, $7.00.  WOOD DELIVERED   Ofc!   SHORT  NOTICE. 'Phone B32  Robt. ForshawJ  WHY WE ARE ABLE TO SAVE  YOU SO MUCH MONEY.  We make the Ranges and place them  in your Kitchen.     There's only one  transaction and one reasonable profit  made on the whole transaction.    You  don't have t&pay a factory profit���then a jobber's;  profit���a retailer's profit���store rent and clerk  hire���and expenses of travelling salesmen.   Our  great " Factory to Kitchen" Plan enables you to buy the  best Range for the same price that the wholesaler and  jobber would have to pay���and LESS than tbe retail dealer  could get it for���and on better terms too.  "DOMINION PRIDE" RANGES  would cost from $09 to $78 if sold by retail store*.    Our square deal  way of dealing direct with you���and saving you all the profits made on  ordinary ranges���enables you to have a " Dominion Pride" Ranee for  $41 to $49.  ''Dominion Pride" Ranges are made of best Blue Polished Steel and Malleable  Iron.^   Polished steel does not need .'blacking ��� simply go over it with a   cloth  and it will stay fresh and bright.    Malleable Iron will NOT warp, crack or  break, as cast iron will.    Malleable.Iron is used by railroads for car castings,  and by Farming Implement Makcrs.iiecause of its superior strength.   Cast Iron  Ranges are cheap���even at their best���and expensive for you at any   price  because they soon go to pieces.    " Dominion Pride " Ranges will last a lu*time  because they are built right, of thf rinrht materials, by people who know  SAVE OVER 30;; OF YOUR FUEL  " Dominion Pride" Ranges have proved this by actual tesls. Whether. ->u use wood or  coal " Dominion Pride " will cut do*vn 'the..cost of fuel by almost one-third. COLD rolled  steel plale ovens, sectional iron lining Fire Box with air chambers���double walled flues;  interlined with asbestos���extra h'-vivy grates���all help to make " Dominion Pride " the  most economical Range you can buy.  WE GUARANTEE THEM���ABSO~ JTELY  Over 6,000 of our RANGES are in use in Toronto alone, arid many thousands more in other'  parts of Canada. Vou get a Range that has proved its superiority in every way when you buy  a " Dominion Pride," and our guarantee holds good for a year. This guarantee means everything to you���because you have an enormous factory nnd an old established Canadian Company  back of the guarantee. Here's another point about " " "ominion Pride " Ranges that is missing  in Ranges bought at retail stores.    You can always get new par(:s if you need them.  WE PAY THE FREIGHT���RIGHT TO YOUR STATION  Our price���direct from our Factory to your Kitchen is this���a "Dominion  Pride" Range 8-18  or 9-18 top, with high closet shelf or elevated tank or flush reservoir, with tine sheet to go under   ��Range, 8 joints of blue polished steel pipe and 2 elbows���delivered to any railroad express     station in Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia or Prince Edward Island���for $41 ���  <t�� ������ !..��.) ,..-�����,     a      u 1 '.'������.    OR delivered to any railroad express station in Manitoba, Alberta, Saskatchewan or British Columbia���$49  *d to oe sent witn order, balance to be paid when Range is delivered at your railroad station.    If DB�� sonwenfeot do pay cash we will arrange to accept yaur Bote.  Our IlluotraUtf booklotn toll tho whole story of  "Dominion Pride"   Ranges, and oaplaln the dotalfs of.our "Factory to Kltohon" plan ���/ saving yau manay.  _ ���.     flt ���"���������� wrIto *�������� tho booklets.   You'll find thorn wondorfully Interesting.    Sand to-day.  Canada Malleable & Steel Range Mfg.Ce, Limited. Smimo  [IN WRITING PLEASE MENTION THIS Plpepl  M  mm  I  mm  i  Wip^!&n4tfliiin>\i^r^^

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