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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal May 30, 1914

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 rwa-ty  w  The largest Coppor mines in  the Dominion are situated  at Phoenix. The Granby  Co. employs 500 men, and  has a monthly pay roll of  over $50,000, while the Rawhide pay roll is $18,000,  FIFTEENTH YEAR  ^'*btV  ffif*  STEAMSHIPS COLLIDE  GPLF STS LAWRENCE  B- C. Mining  Native silver is reported to have  been struck on the Imperial Group,  north of Kamloops. '  is ifnlH B,Ue BeU mIne at /A��"^orth  i.s hold,���g.  a  spIend.d  ,ead   ^  re^rd for the Jar^est shipper in the  proVince ofmiUed silver-lead ore for  this year.  Devoted to the Interests _#>��,_ _ ' ' ^  ======_-_==_==^^*^OMn��lary Mining District  -S^___iiS--__^^^  phoenix-ft-S-jjnfirai  ALl ���E GAMES AT MIDWAY  mi  Entertainment a Treat  M\l  Empress of Ireland and a Ger-  man Vessel Meet in Fog  and Go to Bottom.  Another terrible steamship  disaster   has   happened.        The   CPR  steamer Empress of Ireland collided,  yesterday morning 30 mi,e.s east��C0kf i���   t'he   lrLZZ^e   tTTl      ^ ^^   ba"  *..��  s^r^r r ��f stree-~^ at m^  den^   f���    .    , There was a   to Trail  smelter.     ' L , �� a^' taklnS the   mea-i  ����� .._  nr  Boys From the City of Min*_ t ���  Public and GraL FSSatT"red r^"16'  Re  !��-,��.���     ������    at v,ct����a Dav Celebration Held .Last Monday.  The Phoenix   ball  tossers  swept!  REPUBLIC VS.  PHOENIX  *��k 10 minute,   after   the   impact, jo f development       9      ��� ,   f,  I. eopment.      Specimens   show   of baseball i���   phoenfx   ,,���,���..  copper, | P'PPeny bunch of ball   p,avers   been ' -  Mrs. Belle-Rose Emsile captivat  ed her audience at ihe   pV.-h V  ���  church Th,.    _ Presbytenan  cnurch Thursday evening.       As  an I _��_  elocutionist she is   the best that h���   ' Ph��eni*  b��" through this country ft, I 1  time.       Her  nm,     *      ' lon^  an, . "er Pro_-ram was varied  and she was at home f���' r , '  Scotch, jrish F,! I Cockney,  �� irisn, French and NP_-r��  dialects.      None   of nd    Neffro  were h��f*��� selections  were better appreciated  than   "Th.  Spell of the Yukon ���' h��� d  u  Service,   and    "His    ��r^    " W"  ^>f��s:   PrpNBBu, ,��  ,   ^K��l ,,n   the;'highest;  alMude, 4,800 ffc. :Trie cityt  fc population^ of J.600,^  possesses,, flr_fc-c__&&  ' 9Pera house, schools I  Number 46   ��� !������  GRAM) LOME OBPICE  FOR 6_0. L B1HNS  ./��������;:  Man   Elected   Grand  Master ai Arms at k of P.  Annual Convention.   '  iVll  r.Kjs  On this vessel about   ��0O  ^��� ���"_  j   I _      .     "'       ^p-cime  and 350 were taken off^ m   I       '     Z"' "'"''^ 3�� ^ ce^'  and    landed    at    R^f   ^   ^ ^^- ��f native coppe,.  Hanover had besides her crew 12 L ^ mini*ter of mines propose,  second cabin and 1,306 third class j1"?- " ^T'^ '"vesication  Passeng-ers on  board. "  ��nade this   sumrrler   of  the-miner,I  fromhenE7reSS ��f Irdand ����iWpTf ���tribUtary t0 the North  from Quebec Thursday afternoon 5��^ ��f the Kett,e riv^, with a  and        h , ^   bm�������*M^g  a   railway   into  that  section   ,f conditions   warrenr  A.  W.  Allen,   secretary-treasurer  of the Lucky  Jim   Mines,   Limited,  paid a visit to   the, property   a   few  d*y*   affo.     % Reg-ardin?   the  company s plans for the future, he'could  -say nothing as a -reat deal depends  on what is done at the annual meet  >ngr which is to be  held shortly.  The British Columbia Platinum  company, backed by English capi.  tal, will start operations next  month    in    the   Tulameen   district  [Produced.      Spurgeon,  . (Special to Phoenix Pioneer)  KAMLOOPS, B.   C.  May 28.__  jhe 25th annual convention  of the  grand  lodge    of the    Kniehts    nf  ;; c,TIrsfxo'c,ockthis���!  el-c'tmrl f 0,,0rnff 3re the oncers  W R f��r the ensui"ff term: J.  W. Bennett, of Fernie. Grand  Chancellor; G.  C.   Miller,   of vlr  band of a   party   of  the   Salvation  A"��y Played sacred- music,   includ-  ��� the hymn "God   Be   With   you  ft   *f",n? of^��   awful   tragedy   .  ^^hthatoftheherofcb-nd  >n the ill-fated Titanic.  *S.    O.    S."   signals   from    the  |npress were immediately respond  ;amby?B   ?Canadia��'^vernrnent  .amer Eureka and the mail tender  dy   Eveiy,   from    Pather  tach put out at once to render aid  goods at all  times   in   rh_     ���    .  Basson-    c e   P,nchcs.  Wh!        w T"'   Qua��Ce   and   Mo  Wha used the big  stick   to   advan-  nlS"'   .ba"ed    the    ��PP��ne"*'  th    I6:" ��?H^S   t0 aI1   CO�����  of  the Jot.-   The   locals   can   certainly  MitchTn   ta,'biffinff-     McI"^a���  Mitchell ,pit_hed   the    other     two  ffames/andpitched  giltedged   ball  -king Grand Porks and ^//c  ���h'ff  the   a,r.     Sayers   behind   the  oat was a regular stonewall.    Noth  ���g Sot by him,   and   had   a  surprise .TT''  of Records   and Seals; A   pwilnaiJo_   b , cvenmg.    MrsRi.h    ���        hl,rsday of 1,1 ��fuV,Ctoria'  G���nd   Master  After the excitement   was   all   ���.       accomnlishprf S' Who is an   _u Exchequer; G. L, Elkins    of  cn-lltd   >MhClryre ^^  ^ ' /��� * - L��Tl��l  N��rth    Vancouver,'  cnell and pitched steady ball      Ft-,.' Lu era r��T^      T7  ���.A. hi.*, u_ if^l 0BV  "I Got Dec,sion  gettmg. three hits     Th.    . '   '   -n.      t          ��^ c0Se and*:xjdh; ^ ~ t���^e strLis-ro-"db��" b=-  ^t.��r������stathe ^i and �� aod p^iroL0ukcscVh,e,,,alian-  '"   ,he seventh  sent   the bin.  �����H  City    at TV -7 Sale  Lake  Sayers made  a   home   run  i���   Z I Lucca as he ^l.??.  ^T f-  Score by innings  run  /  ��*=  Peg-    to    second       Va���Riper,  Mrra^andMcKeiveyp.ayerrorLs  i_.M J __? Ramb,er-Canboo will | on Tulameen creek and 361 acres 0        *t ap'eCe'      Nothi^   but   praise  " - can oe given the local-   r~-    ���     ���  threo h-li  a'S' forw������>ng:.  ik_.���        .     "-"'o'er-_.anboo will  |eWhat,hepr���pert,0���Tuesday|  wP  k?t  Notice to Contractors  ' Sealed,tenders addre-se.1 to thi  undemgned will be ^ceived unHl  o p.m. on Saturday, June 6th. 10W for  an approximate 900 yard QILon   Knob  op.R.Hi,brvcen 2nd-and -5th-St"  Plans, specifications and nature of  contract can be _ee��� on application at  City Hall. W. x< Pei.kJnSi  City Cleric  crown grant land known as the  Rabbit ranch. The ground is declared f6 b-atrich Jn,Kold .and-, plati-.-  Dave G riffith,�� one of the pioneers  of the Kootenai, took put' his RftY-  eth consecutive mining license last  week at Cranbrook. We doubt if  there is another man in this province that ^has such a record.  "Dave" mined in the ,Cariboo district in the sixties, going- to Wil_  Horse creek in   1864.  three ball games in a row   is a   feat  W,VP--" ac.comPIlshecL     The   base  vie  of  By  h  Batter,es-Abergast Harrison and  Carlson; Mitchell, Mcintyre an��j  layers.  sJChas.  Davidson  was   the official  16th.  the | L��cca as he knocked   his  onnn   '"J Urst Jodg<  ��"   Portly   after  theseconS       'I,   Au*tralia  bu����t Republic n, H H B   was  started   with   a e "^  ?!��_. I ��._U.���IC 0 0 0 0 5 1 0-6-3-6   the ribs   hrp_t- 3,ght Jab to  0 2 2-9_o_6  rib/lb^' break.ng   o.e   of  Brook's  i-ucca is now at u~i  <:��.,��� at "alcyon Hot  SPnngs,     where  - he   will I "  complete   rest  in "JOy    a  ^-re battles wh^irt^:  *      w*     *�� _/* iu       y  -nfnt;us7dr;^  Guardian. P'   GraDd   ��Ut?ide  A statement of the supreme mem.  tor 1913 the total   net  gain   of the  order was 9384, the   figures  stand  "8-at 725,039 in 7647 fodge,    ^J  A-tarj?.*-  P^a"   -er^  ���       ���������_i       in  was  instituted on   March  Bachelors' Ball  Posters are out announcing the  ball to be given by the bachelors of  Phoenix next Wednesday evening,  June 3rd. The , bachelors plead "  gut ty to being lonesome and^the,  mvItf the ladies tb /come^ri^ha^- ".: -S -'&&* I  evening ^-to   heln\ r-K-��,*-,-��._"-"-"-"v^^f.   ^'������.,�� -'Vt t"wvS*-J  i*>��-r_i*s  piece   "orch_stra';"cwilt'  music.     Ladies who wish can   send  along  a   cake.       Don't   forget tbe  J>-<ii  H>  'j\r  1>    Sir'  'It.  [The Big Store  Today we offer you at right prices���  ���tv  Strawberries,  Tomatoes,  Young Onions,  Young Radishes,  Lettuce  Green Peas,  Asparagus,  "Water Cress,  Radishes,  New Potatoes,  etc., etc., etc.  roped off. me_     . . J"-"v  "uc   ��r   tne  Dona.d ^vere the umpires  and  gave   *�� &ood  advantaje . beard / escaped   with   the    money.       Three l d'"�� ^   ���        7"  8enera,  satisfaction. |   - m,^, ^ ^   .^  ^^     ^J ~��^ ,*?��? ��  tb. time of  _��/*��*  Wed���^ June 3rd.  DAMVIELE   VS.   PHOENIX  The locals got to  Foley   from the  start        Sayers   out   on   an   infield, ,     The ,oca,s are fajjt e  hit Mclntyre and Quance, next   two   stealing no   less   than  up were   both   out   on   infield   hits.   o-'ames  _a round  infield   hits,  a    nice    hit  PLEASE ORDER EARLY.  0FP1H,  li  . n__  up were   both   out  Bassett    opened    with    ._       short right, followed by two more  hits which netted two runs. Things  went on smoothly until the 5th,  when four more hits in a row  netted 3 runs. From now on  Phoenix had the game cinched,  Foley tiring fast and the locals hitting the ball hard. Final ending,  Phoenix, 6; Danville, 0. Score by  innings:  E H E  Danville 0 0 0 0 0 0 0���0-4���6  Phoenix 0 0113 0 1���6���11���5  Batteries���Foley   and  Brinkman;  Spurgeon and Sayers.  PHOENIX   VS.   GRAND   FORKS  Although Grand Forks drew   the  bye, they were ordered to   play   the  second game with the locals.     First  three men went out in order.     Sayers paled out a   two-bagger   for   an  opener,  but    was   left   on   second,  Quance   and   Mitchell    going    out.  Mclntyre, the local  heaver, hit   two  men in the 2nd, but held th_   Forks  scoreless.     Phoenix   scored   two   in  the second, three in   the   third   and  one in  the   fourth.     Kessler, a   city  lcagtier, was doing the   twirling for  the Forks.     He was  hit   hard   and  often, the locals getting six   hits   in  the  last   two   innings.     The   Forks  scored two in the sixth   and  one   in  the seventh.    $assett made a pretty  catch off Reed's terrific smash.   The  locals netted three more runs in the  seventh, . the    game    ending    9-6.  Score by innings:  times.  Mitchell had speed  oh,  that 5th!  A   little   more   pep  Doc! ��  The locals are fast qn   the   bases,  18   in   three  games.  Brinkman was easily   the   pick of 1  Danrille.  Mclntyre   played   errorless   baseball around first.  "Peppery Cigars" has some   peg  to 2nd.  McWha   around    2nd    fitted    in  nicely with Bassett.  Art Swanson played first for  Danville.  Kessler received poor   support   at  nes. * I  Grand Forks came and  went, but I  nothing doing. '  Republic    has    a    fine   bunch    of  J  kickers.  The local outfielders had little  to do.-  The wind was blowing hard in  the morning and made pitching hard  for Jimmy.  Greene catches a fine game.  Bassett played a fine game at  short.  That home run of Sayers was a  dandy.  "Doc" Quance got 2 two-baggers  in the  first game.  Bob Moore watched the game  from the sidelines.  were    all  Spring: fiction.   The seed cataleptic,  ���"I,  'Phone ^  '���m  11  The  candy.  Now  'umps  to    the  Phoenix, a little support.  R H 13  -3-8-5  Grand Forks 0 0 1002 0    _    _    -  Phoenix 0 2 3 10 1 3���10���11���5  Batteries���Kessler    and     Green;  Mclntyre and Sayers.  FOOTBALL GAME A TIE  The football match proved ;i  great attraction and a keenly and  hard fought game between Mother  Lode and Grand Forks was witnessed by enthusiastic spectator'.  Tuis game resulted in a draw, tl-_  pi,rse being divided between  two teams.  ' -- P- O. Box 30t  The Little Store  First Street. McKay & Knight, Props.  Try the Famous  Fream Biscuits  32 to the Pound  Dainty, Crisp, Satisfying  Golden Puff  Pat a Cake  Digestive  Teddy Bear  n  Connaught  Billiken  Coronation  Shortcake  GREEN VEGETABLES  Fresh Arrivals Every Day  th��  _  Green Onions  Lettuce  Strawberries        Rhubarb  Radishes Cucumbers __��_,._._^  Fancy Tomatoes       Spinach Asparagus  Cabbage, Oranges and Bananas.  ac  :__  -IC  _tr_  n_  Jt f^^Sjfp -MtrtlWh V ���!�����- I- >*��� V -V <Wr**.V��r   v-ffc.Tml'J��P"S��l  BHH-H  VWWWll'*     IIMV*   _ri��     J_r*****i   *,��*,_>>��  __-����� **�����*_>,*   ���  fc_-_^A.^1i^_4____v.i��"l'i*1 ���~1" ������**"'        "  m  i _  ��/"i  THE   PIONEEJfc,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  _��  k.4 '  Not Carried in Stock  m  Reduced Fares _ Summer   i  of 1914  ������ ���  y  On sale June 1st to September 30th.  Final   Return  limit, October  31st.  Winnipeg, $60.00 Montreal, $105.00  St. Paul - 60,00 St. John - 120.00  ��� 72.50 Halifax - 129.35  92.00 New York 108.50  Chicago  Toronto  Compartment Observation Cars, Electric Lighted  Standard Sleepers.  "Canadian Pacific Service"  There is a prcirietor of a store in  the city, a* man of most excitable  temperament, who is forever scolding his clerks for their indifference  in the matter of possible sales.  One day hearing a clerk say to a  customer, "No, we have not had  any for a long time," the proprietor!  unable to countenance such an ad'  mission, began to work himself into  the usual rage. Fixing a glassy  eye on the clerk, he said to the customer:  "We have plenty in reserve,  Madam; plenty down stairs."  .Whereupon the customer looked  dazed, and then, to the amazement  of the proprietor, burst into' hysterical laughter and left the store.  "What did she say to you?" demanded the proprietor of the clerk.  "We haven't had any rain lately."  ���Philadelphia Ledger.  Must Be Americans  American .citizens only are to be  trusted to'pilot vessels through the  Panama canal. They must be  under 45 years of age and hold  masters' licences for the Great  Lakes or ocean going vessels. The  pilots will be attired in the daintiest  uniforms worn by mariners. The  material will be cream colored palm  beach cloth, plain, without stripe or  figure. The cap will be of the same  color as the uniform, with a gilt  wreath for a device containing the  word "pilot."  Do You Know  King Edward Lodge  No. 36, A.F. and A. ML  Regular communication at 8  p.m.  Second Thursday of  oach month.  flmojrgent meetings as called; Masonic  H-tl, M-Hale BlO-k.  W. J. Pibbob,   .  John JFinlat, Jh., W.M.  Secy.  THE PHOENI-f PIONEER  i9subd weekly "  at Phobmx, British Columbia  Subscription, 2.00 per year  2.50 to United States.  G. Kay, Publisher.  Do you know that apples, carrots and Brazil nuts are excellent  for sufferers from constipation?  That asparagus stimulates the kidneys? That bananas are beneficial  to sufferers from chest complaints?  That beets are fattening   and  good  prospectuses.     It  is   safe    to    savj for people who want to put on flesh;  that in over 50 per cent of the cases  p0tatoes>   too?     That ' celery    and  J. V. MURPHY,  DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT, NELSON, B. C.  I. O. O. F.  tS:Ji  ADVKRT-SING SCALE  no sale would have been made if  the1 prospective purchasers had gone  and looked at the property first.  All of the Calgary oil stock offered  for sale will not be of the "wildcat"  .variety, but  it  is  Pi;  lAppll��tio_forMq__rLice_oe(30dajr8> ..$5.oo\to suppose that a  good   portion   of  Aprlioation for Tr_nsf.r of Ii'icenoB ..f7.50| jt WJU   be worthless  -'erti-oat- of Improvement notice (60day��)*7.50  The Grand Forks hotel  men   ap  parently  are  ashamed   to  let    the  public know they , are  in   business  Neither of the  local   papers   carries  a single   ad for a, hotel in that city.  onions are nerve tonics? That cranberries are a stringent and correct  the liver when it is suffering from  inaction caused by overeating?  That dates are nourishing and also  only reasonable prevent constipation? That grape  juice is a laxative?���Ex.,  ?���>'*  App-ca-o- to Purchase Land notioes (60 days)   *7.S0  Delinquent Co-owner notices (90 days) ... .$10.00  Small Water Notice- (30 days) *7.fi0 j  Delinquent Co-Ownerahlp notices 90 days $25.00  Duplicate Certificate of Title notices $8.00  Cards of Thamks, 00 oents.  All other legal advertising, 12 cents a line,  ���infle column^ for the first insertion; and 8  cent* a line for each subsequent insertion, non-  pareUmea-arn_ent. ~"  Display' ���_��� $1.00. per inch,  single  ��� ��nl_tan, -, p**. month. > Transient f ads.  8now_hoe Lodge  No. 40  Meets every Monday Evening at  Miners' Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  A. L. MKinnon, Noble Grand.  Wm. Oxley, fin. Secy.  E. E, Barnes, Rec. Seey.  CREAM    m  Is a protection and guarantee  against alum which is found in  the low priced baking powders.  To be  on the  safe side when buying  baking powder, examine the label and  take only a brand shown  to  be made  from Cream of Tartar.  Daughters of Rebekah  Phoenix Lode* No. 17  Meets in   the  Miners'   Union   Lodge  Hall Fmft and TH__ Wo__eB_ays.  Mrs. E. K. Banes, Nohlo Grand  Mrs. A. I). MeKen-ie, Secretary.  Falling from a motorcycle while  directing an ambulance to his home  to" take his wife and new born baby  to the. hospital, F. G. Miller, of  Spokane, sustained a broken leg,  and the ambulance had to   take   the  whole family to the hospital. Miller  stated he would meet the ambu-  lance and pilot the way from the  main traveled road to his home, 10  miles east of Spokane, when the  machine skidded and threw him off.  BBS������  Coming Events  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES  Some people seem to think that  they have, a perfect- right to encl o se  letters in parcel post packages.  This is contrary to the regulations  and offenders are liable to a fine for  Bachelors'-ball, Phoenix, Wednesday, June 3rd.  Phoenix Miners' Union election  Thursday, June 4th.  Bannockburn Anniversary Picnic,  Phoenix, June 24tH.  Odd Fellows' Grand Lodge Victoria, June 10th.  Chahko Mika celebration Nelson,  Phoenix Aerie No. 158  Meets in Union Hall, Friday Evenings.  Visiting brothers are always welcome.  -Dan Pattkbson, W. P.  T. R. Clarke, W. Secy.  K. of P. Lodge,  . Calgary has  gone oil ,mad,   aod\on th_ hm in the chy of mines  the city-is seething with excitement. Fully 200 brokerage offices  have been   opened.      Not  only    is  It is said that some men   will  eat  good   meal   at   home,   of  their/  Calgary  alone greatly excited, but   wives cooking, aad  arise   from   the  spread, all    over  table without a word   of praise   for  Alberta.     Medicine Hat, always  on   tbe woman   wno  did  the  cooking,  the alert for an   excitement, is pre- yet   when   the  same (eUows  get J  paring for  the    expected   rush    of/burnt  mea,   with   co,d sIop  called  business  and  40  brokerage    firms'|coffee  at  a ^restaurant,    they    pay  their   bill, cheerfully    and   tip    thej  waiter  (female)    handsomely,    and   ���  smiling at the time.  '#"*!>,  1  ���?  m&&%\  V   *  j\  _____&.  mm  ___ttRn_-_fMf ''  )  -.'f1  13iE__M_--_frs  iMiBr  *  '        *  l_3_9a_nBKM j  " ' 'l  A  emw-unuii-Wv i  have been   opened   within  a   week.  In Calgary some of the offices  are a  little more than a desk on  the side*  'walk.     Every hole  and  corner  in  the city is being turned into   an   oil  office���-shoe  shine    parlors,    lunch  counters,   cellars and   attics.    No-  ' body talks  of anything  else.    The  ���levator boy, the waitres, the piano  player and, - the  capitalist  have  all  made money.    The  price  of  stock  in one  company jumped  from $12  ' up to over $200 a share almost' in a  .  day.    All   the   old   line , solid   real  'estate  institutions    have    forsaken  business for oil.    People are arriving daily   from   all- parts  and    are  getting the bug.    Savings accounts  have been tapped and also   many a  btocking.   As one visitor to Calgary  rput��  it: ' "She's  a   bear.    Believe  me,   she's   a  hum  dinger.     Everybody is going to get hurt  or   make  a barrel of money."  It   is     certainly    to    be     hoped  ttfat the   prducing  oil   wells in   Alberta 'will   be   both   numerous   and  lasting.     The country will  soon   be  flooded with promoters of  oil- well  stock, and   the   pttople   of  Phoenix  cm rest assured this camp will   not  be overlooked.     While it is   not the  policy of the Pioneer Lo knock   any  legitimate proposition, a* caution to  the people to investigate well before  parting with their money is   not out  of order.     Take for instance in   the  real4estate  booms  of    Vancouver,  Coquitlarh,   Port   Mann   and   other  coast points, which  have  not "been  forgotten,   people   bought   property  {and  some   are still   paying   for   it)  *hat   they   could   realize    little   oi  ^ nothing on  today.      Most  of this  0 property was bought r'rom traveling  agent-    with   alluring     maps    and  PYTHIAN SISTERS  Mountain Temple Lod_re No. 17  Meete in Pythian Hall, Lower Town  Second and Fourth Thnnsdays.  Mrs. A. D. McKenzie  M.K.C.  Travel East via The  Great Northern Railway  Stop off a few days, without charge,  and see the Famous Glacier National  Park enroute. ,  For further particulars, apply to the  agent��� J. V. INGRAM.  I'f.-V.'f  ���*t  SPOKANE TO CHICAGO WITHOUT CHANGE  Mrs. Goo. Barnes,  '-���   M.E.C.  Steamship Profits  Spme of the Atlantic steamship  companies make enormous profits.  Oo the last trip of the great American-Hamburg liner Imperator to  New York, she carried 3,289 passengers who paid for tickets a  total of $235,000. Besides this  there was the freight, mails and  baggage. This constituted the  earnings of the seven day trip. '  Terible Scalding Accident  ZAM-BUK  GAVE  QUICK  RELIEF.  For taking the pain out of a burn or  scald there is nothing equal to Zam-Buk.  Mrs. Eugene Demers, of Pembroke,  Ont., who was the victim sf a painful  scalding accident, proved this. She  says: "I was carrying a boiler of  steaming water from the stove to the  wash-tub, when suddenly my strength  failed. As the boiler was falling in  spite of my efforts, I heard my babies  cry, and to avoid scalding them I gave  the vessel a quick turn. The effect of  this was that every drop of the boiling  water poured over my feet and limbs,  scalding me from my waist down.  "As soon as I saw the children had  escaped, I told my oldest boy to, bring  the Zam-Buk (which we always keep in  the house). I applied Zam-Buk freely,  and the pain was soon eased. I continued using Zam-Buk, and in a Wonderfully short time the sores werp com- j  pletely healed."  Zam-Buk is eqifally good for cuts,  bruises, eczema, ulcers, piles, pimples,  etc. Price 50c. per box, at all druggists  and stores, or post free from the Zam-  Bu��� Co., Toronto, on receipt of price.  Refuse substitutes and imitations.  There is nothing "just as good!"  Smiling  greet the coming\,of a case of  PHCENIX BEER  WHY?     *  Because the Beer is so good  and wholesome it brings the  smile.  'PHONE 23  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  LIMITED  OLIVET*  Typewriter  WOOD  First-class Fir and Tam-  arac Wood, $6.00 per cord  Pine Wood,  $5.00 per cord.  Fir and Tamarac, double cut,  per cord, $7.00.  WOOD  DELIVERED   ON   SHORT  NOTICE. 'Phone B 32  Robt. Forshaw  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories and in a portion of the  Province of British Columbiaytriay be  leased for a termof-twenty-one years  at an annual rentalof $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,660 acres will be leased to  one applicant.  Tic  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.  Is Interest!!��� ud thould know  stout the ���noderful  MARVEL WMrllng Spray  Tho new Vaginal S^tln^e    Besr  ���-Most eeav������int.  it cleanses  . Ins���rftly       Ask your  ��TB'iiKfiirrJCtWffs Imatmbfm to ladles,  WIIC-SOR SUPPLY CC,  Will���tor. Ooli General A_ent�� for (  The American  Oliver Typewriter  turns   out   more   work���of   better  quality  aod  greater   variety���than  any other   writing   machine.    Simplicity,  strength, ease of  operation  and visibility are   the   corner-st&hes  of its towering supremacy in  Oorre_pond_nc-  Oard-lndex Work1.  Tabulated Reports  Follow-up Systems  Manifbldin��r-8ervlce  Addressing Envelopes  Working on Ruled Forms  Cuttins; Mimeograph Stencils  The Balance Shift  The Ruling Device  The Automatic Spacer  The Automatic ^Tabulator  The Disappearing Indicator  The Adjustable Paper-Fingers  Scientific Condensed Keyboard  Can you spend 17 Cents a Day to  better advantage than in the purchase of this wonderful machine ?  For further information call or write  ��. KAY, Agent, Phoenix.  DRAYING  Of.all kinds promptly attended  , to.    Rapid Express and  Bagr  gage Transfer.     Careful attention to all orders.      Phone A65  James G. McKeown  Application^ for a lease muBt be made  by- tho 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, ov legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsur-  veyed territory tho 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, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable  output Of the mine at the rate of five  eents per ton.  * __130,p!!rsoiJ operating the nsine shall  tumish the Agent-with sworn returns  accounting for the full qtranfcity ��f  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If tho coal mining  rights aro not being operated, such'returns should be furnished at least once  a year.  , Tho lease will include the coal mining  r'ghts only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available  surface rights may be considered  nocossary for the working of the mine  at the rate of $10.00 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa,  or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interic  lor.  DR-DeVAN'SFERffALEPILLSS-^  j-edicine for nil Femnle Complaint. $5 rf box,  or three for $10, nt drup stores. Mailed tonny  address on receipt of price. The Scodell Druo  Co., St. Catharines, Ontario. ��  PH0SPH0N0L FOR MEHja^gSSi  for Nerve and Brain; increases "prey matter';  a Tonic���will bujld you up.   $B a box, or two for  J6, at drag stores, or by mail on receipt of price.    iai_^_       ��� _,_  X_JS_coB___Dau_Co..8t.Cat_ari-es,Oatario.    r*raO/ie 50.    Dominion Ave  ffci^;~TJ<."authorized   Publication   of  -30WX) n,en  WilIn��fc be paid for"  throw away your good  OVERALLS, because  they are greasy. We  can wash them to look  as good as new.      We also make a  Specialty of Blankets aiwi  Carpets.  A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU.  RECO STEAM LAUNDRY  WW  .jj-V-iSwcwt*  W0W^:^WT^^r :.  _,<-/-.. mam  >*  r  M.' VfV���  1 ���".'';  THE   PIONEER,    PHQENIX,    EBITISH   COLUMBIA.  M^Hmmm  .*.���  sewer if clogged up.  down and just in the  is the canal of life but it becomes a  All life consists of building up and tearing  , .      _ ���     o same manner that tho blood carries to the  various parts of tho body the food that the cells need for building  up, so it is compelled to carry away the waste material that's torn  down. These waste materials are poisonous and destroy us unless  the liver and kidneys are stimulated into refreshed and vigorous life.  DR. PIERCE'S Golden Medical Discovery  is the balancing power���a vitalizing power. It acts on the stomach  and organs of digestion and nutrition���on the purifying filters which  clean the blood. Thus fresh vitalized blood feeds the nerves, heart  _" j ��ram. This well known alterative relieves catarrh of tho stomach and  hoadaches accompanying same, and has been successful for more than a generation as a tonic and body-bui!dor. It builds up the rundown systenu You  need it���if you are always "catchinjr cold"���or have catarrh of the mono and  throat. Tho actfvo medicinal principles of American-Native-roots are  extracted without alcohol and you can obtain this ��  tonic in liquid or tablet form at any drug store or  send 60 cents in 1-cent stamns for trial box of tablets.  J    Concentrates  .Sweden   now    have  Send 3/one-cant stamp* to pay eott of mailing ami  ., wrapping for fret, copy of The Common Sente Medical  /��� dviter,   by  Or.   R. V.   Pierce,  cloth bound,   1000          * cf-resa Dr.  R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.  P-_Cf.  SEWER  The  Queen's Hotel  COM P LET ELY REFURNISHED  AND   REFITTED  ^  We befr to announce the reopening of the Queen's Hotel.    This  popular hotel has been completely refitted throughout;  everything new and up-to-date.    Large loftv rooms,  heated with ho;, water.    Perfect fire appliances.  NBgrht and Day Service  Patrons of this hotel will  find  in  it all  the comforts  ot home.  Perfect satisfaction is assured all our guests.     It is  the most centrally located hotel in town. *  Bar Stocked with Best Wines, Liquors, Cigars  WALSH & HARTMAN, Props.  FIRST STREET AND KNOB HILL AVENUE  __  Your Milk Supply  Should come from healthy and vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  manner Separated Cream insures purity and  quality. The Dairy produces both.  THE DAIRY       J. W���, Hannam, Prop.  Egypt   and  women judges.  Rooms are scarce in Silverton,  and all of the hotels will-have to be  enlarged.  The Old National bank in Spokane has over seventeen thousand  depositors.  On the C. P. R. boats it costs  $10 to carry an automobile between  Vancouver and Victoria.  The wife of Robert Fitzsimmons  is suing her husband for a', divorce  on the grounds of cruelty. .  The dental business is^so good  in Kaslo that Dr. Carter has sent to  Portland for an assistant.  It is expected the Greenwood  postofike building will be ready for  occupancy by October 1st.  W. S. Doig has installed a new  plant for the . manufacture of concrete products at Rossland.  ' The Duke of Connaught may become viceroy of Ireland in succession to the Earl of Aberdeen.  Forest fires have been raging  around North Vancouver and New  Westminster for tbe past week or  more.  Nelson has a new auto fire   truck  costing   $8,600.'     It   is   fitted   with  *the   most   modern   of   fire   fighting  equipment.  Garland Blair, one of the owners of the Republic News-Miner,  was killed in an automobile accident last week.  May 17th marked the hundredth  anniversary of the adoption of the  constitution of Norway as an independent kingdom.  President Wilson's   wife   will   receive   60  acres  of  land   near   Los  Angeles, which is contested by several people at the land office,  Nine shingle weavers quit work  at the Frazer mills near Vancouver  one day last week because a Chinaman was put on at the weaving job.  Wark's jewelry store at Fort  George   was   broken    into   recently I  for a large tract of land 50 miles(  north of Edmonton, where he will  establish a sheep vranch, beginning  with 10,000 animals this-season.  Prince Rupert is lapidly becoming a fishing port and at present is.  receiving over 300,000 pounds of  halibut every day, which fetches  somewhere in the neighborhood of  $10,000..     . ;  The steamship Robert Dollar plying on the Pacific coast will be one  of the first vessels to pass through  the Panama canal. It will carry  lumber from British Columbia to  Montreal.  Chief of Police Cuddy of Calgary  is'being sued for $1,000 by a local  lodge of Chinese Masons for raiding the premises on the theory that  the place was being conducted as a  gambling house.  Chas. G. Bennett, who has been  connected with the Cranbrook  branch of the Canadian Bank of  Commerce for the past several  years, has been appointed manager  of the Creston branch of the same  bank. '"-,'..'  The recent government sale of  lots in the townsite of McBride' on  the G. T. P. proved better than had  been expected. The lots sold from  $300 for inside lots to $3,520 for  double cor'ners, the average price  being $660.  Stockholders in the Northern Pacific Railway company are to hold a  special meeting in New York on  June 11th, to consider the proposition of placing an additional mortgage on the property. The company has been losing money for  some time.  To celebrate the first^street paving in Wallace, Idaho, an open air  ball was given on the street; one  night last week. - Half of a block  was parked off and the dancing was  on the pavement. The streets were  decorated with flags and bunting,  and there were a thousand' incandescent lights. Hundreds of couples danced to the musk of the  band, and there were thousands of  spectators.  Everything in Men's Wear  Clothing?  Underwear  Shirts  Shoes  Hats  Caps, etc.  Thos. Brown  "Everything: a Man  Wears"  . . _..   . _    -    -    _     i      Fifteen miles across country. it�� a.  and a number of high grade watches \ *.__...__  ���.��� v, _. **    - * . -      - ' .    - _��� , -  < , ,        **   . .       . , , ,    l_earse .was" the k unique   trip .taken  were stolen, along w.th   rings, fobs I recently    by    a   party     of  and chains.  Over $10,000 in counterfeit money  is in circulation in Seattle following  investigation by U. S. officers, who  found a largre counterfeiters' plant-  worth $3,000.  by^ a party "of Spokane  "women > and children after " their  automobile had broken down near  Cheney, Wash. While the* strand  ed wayfarers looked sadly at their  balky machine, S. M. Smith,- a  Spokane   undertaker,   came     along  NEW ICE CREAM PARLOR  We have arranged for a continuous supply throughout the summer months of the FAMOUS CURLEW ICE CREAM. Special Rates, to Parties.  Cooling Soft Drinks of varied flavor.  THE DEL.IOAOY OF THE SUMMER SEASON-  ��� CURLEW ICE CREAM. TRY ONE.  Antonio Cervo    Stemwinder Building:  The   traffic   over   the   Vancouver J with Jiis   automibile   hearse.      Thisj  street car lines during   April   shows / was one  time the   man   of. funerals J  a   decrease   of  820,273   passengers |  as compared   with   the   correspond-  THE BUTTE HOTEL  Bar Stocked with the Finest of Italian Wines.  Best Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  STEAM HEATED THROUGHOUT.  LUCIANI & VICHARY, PROPS.  THE KNOB HILL HOTEL  A. O. Johnson, Prop.  First-Class Accommodation for Miners  FINEST OF VUNES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN STOCK.  ���PHONK 72. Y0UR  PATRONAGE SOLICITED.  ing month last year.  J. M. Wright has sold the Simii-  kameen Star at Princeton to C. F.  Hayes, a well known newspaper  man of Edmonton. The paper was  started 14 years ago.  Fire at Three Valley mill, 20  miles west of Revelstoke, last Saturday destroyed $35,000 worth" of  lumber piled in the yards. The  mill was not damaged.  With the exception of 25 miles  the steel is all laid on the Kettle  Valley railway between .- Midway  and Penticton. The ballasting has  been completed to Carmi.  In one block in Chicago 1200  children were found by the census  enumerator. The population of the  block is almost exclusively Polish'.  In one family there were 17 children.  James E. Buckley, a wealthy live  stock grower, lately of New Zealand,  has   completed   arrangements  was   welcome.        The   women    and  children    gaily   climbed      into     the  hearse, leaving  the   men   to   tinker  with the   machine.     The   big   black  vehicle rolled through   country   and  village,     while    spectators    looked  aghast at the smiling  faces   of  the  women   and   children   that    peeped  out at  them   from   the   confines   of  the.    hearse.       When    the    hearse  reached   the   suburbs   of   Spokane,  bystanders looked horror stricken to  see  a  party   of four   live   persons  emerge   and   get  aboard    a   street  car and go to their homes.  OUTTON'Q  Q'EED k_>  forfifardon and farm ere _M?st  for B.C.soil. Sec Catalogue fox  solid guarantor of purity  and j5_��rmin.ntion  Send now for Copy free  Sutton SSons.TheKind> Soedmon  R��_dio_��n^lnnd  A. J. Wo odward  Victoria      ���.       Vancouvor  615 Fori- St. 667.Gr_nvlll_ SK  SOLE ACENT- POR Or*ITI_N COLUMBIA  Have opened a Garage, and are prepared  to repair all makes of Automobiles.  We   carry   a   full   Stock   of  Supplies.  An Expert Atsto. Mechanic is in Charge  'Phone 175.       Garage Opposite Post Office.  .   GRAND   FORKS,   B.C.  Hotel Brooklyn  The Only First-Class and Up-To-Date  Hotel in Phoenix. New from cellar  ^, to roof.. Best Sample Rooms in the  Boundary, Opposite Great Northern  Depot.      v   v     Modern Bathrooms.  STEAM HEATED.  0.,D. Bush, Prop.    *  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix, B.C.  d. l. Mcelroy  SOLE AGENTS FOR PRINCETON COAL  Dealer in Lumber, Shingles, Lath  arid Cedar Poles. Stull Laggan.  vFirst-CIass Fir & Tamarac Wood.  MOVING MACHINERY OUR SPECIALTY  If Tired of Wood, try Princeton Coal  SMOKED MEATS, ETC.  We  are  carrying  a special line: of these  goods.    If  you, are not already being  supplied   with our  stock,  give us a trial order.    Our "Shamrock" brands  can-  noj be beaten.  m w!  P. BURNS & CO., LTD.  Wholesale and Retail Butchers and Produce Merchant*  PHOENIX, B. C.       PHONE 2  _ -_-> - ^_v_|��m  y-  f*\ jj jix?**��.is\ y ~^y i|g._^fi7i��w^^.^ji>,_^ff;".V  L-'V?Si&t&dft<-_y^^  Kodak Supplies and "Wall Papers.  All the latest Books and Newspapers.  Rhone  iPfioeniJf, Bm O-  NEW VICTOR RECORDS I  A Nice Selection of the Latest  Victor Records, especially  the latest dance music  New Songs, etc.  COME AND LOOK THEM OVER  E. A. Black, Jeweler  D. J. MATHESON   Insurance Agent  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE GLASS,  COMMISSIONER FOR TAKING  AFFIDAVITS  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX, B-C.  Phoenix-        Slto o*pt T ittf*  -^-.MAM-AS-*--".*- *-* l*Or>__-L \-* _____f __,'__-iVr*  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 8.45 a.m. -|  << "        lowertown,   9.00a.m. tStandard Time  Leave Greenwood ���      3.00 p.m. J  PROMPT  ATTENTION TO  EXPRESS AND  FREIGHT  J. FULLER, Proprietor  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  Sent  to any part of the   Dominion for $2.00 a year. ,jjimt ye >-��i-Ww  �����*,:vVTir"0A7iJ rrr^cv-tt^-ij--  " ��^jiA,"^w*u'MW-",r*-w^"'  THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Local and General  3  Success!  The attainment1, of success (and by  that is meant the gaining of a respon  __,  ��� 7Z sible position in life, providing a gener  AI Kueating left   Wednesday   for ous income^ ia seidoma matter of men  Ainsworth.'  Fred Falconer left Wednesday for  Edmonton.  Mrs. A. F. Geddes was down to  brand Forks Thursday.  Bert Tatum and mother were down  to Grand Forks Thursday.  Mrs. Roy Turner and Miss Lynch  left Thursday for Republic.  J. B. Ferguson was down to Grand  Forks the first of the week.  We have at all times an abundant  supply of milk.���McKay's Dairy.  The Phoenix Miners' Union election  will be held next Saturday, June 6th.  > - For Rent���Housekeeping rooms in  the Biner Block.  Enquire Geo. Evans.  F. C. Riddle, theT>arber, is in Spokane, where he will spen�� a week or  two.  There is no truth in the report that  the Rawhide mine at Phoenix had  closed down.  Found-A cheque for a good sized  amount. Apply to A. Lucioni, at the  Butto Hotel.  J. A. Morrinreturned home Monday  from his trip to Calgary and other  eastern points.  "Don't be afraid to ask for an additional supply of milk and cream.���  McKay's Dairy.  - Tho' O. P. R. will continue the daily  passenger train service between Nelson and Midway.  Hon. Thos. Taylor, Minister of Public Works, is expected to .visit the  Boundary shortly.  Miss McEwen, teacher in the Phoenix school, spent Victoria Day at her  home in Grand Forks.  Mrs. Thos. McElroyJte up from Spokane on a visit with her parents, Mi-.  and Mrs. Wm. Murray.'  The Oliver Typewriter Has won international fame as the perfect writing  machine for every line of business,   r "  Experienced lady wants position in  either dry goods or grocery store.  For further particulars, apply Pioneer  office. l  Mrs. H. A. Bpughton and daughter,  who were here on a visit with Mr. and  Mrs. Thos.' Russell, left Thursday for  ^Revelstoke.        -'  ' ���       ' *  E. T. King of South Milwaukee,'  Wis. ,-jis here looking after ttie installing of the ,newr steam -hovel in/t#i_  Granby-dine,  .'.-l-Al   .  ous income) ia seldom' a master of mere  "luck." The successful man of today  is he who in the past prepared himselj  to Bize opportunities as they presented  themselves; his success is the result of  forethought and deliberation. He has  considered carefully what would be the  most favorable and congenial road to  success for him, and he has devoted his  best energies in that direction. Thus,  the real secret of success "lies in being  prepared for opportunity," and this will  be as true in years to come, as it is today. Think these words over, and apply  them to yourself. "What Have You  Done to Prepare Yourself for  Advancement?" Anything! If  not, whyiiot get busy and do something.  Do you know that the International  Correspondence Schools of Scranton,  Pa., have helped thousands of working-  men to obtain an education, have taught  them the "howsV and "whys" about  their trades, and thus trained them for  the higher-paid positions in their special  line of work. ��.  The I. C. S. can do the same for you,  provided you are willing to "dig in."  If you are at all interested in your  own future welfare, mark and mail the  Coupon below, and free information regarding I. C. S. courses of ^.instruction  will be sent you. Do it today, tomorrow  never comes.  COUPON.  B. C. Agency, International Correspondence Schools, Box 26,  Grand Forks, B. C.  Kindly let me know how I may acquire  a complete knowledge of the subject for  which I have marked X  Show Cnrd Writing  Shorthand  Electrical Engineer  Dynamo Running  Electric Car Running  Steam Engineering  Building   and    Contracting/  Mechanical Drawing  Drafting  Bookkeeping  Automobile Running  Mining Engineering  Mine Foreman  Metal Prospecting  Surveying      ���  \ Boundary Football Schedule  May  1���Grand F,orks at Mother Lode.  '   "   10���Mother Lode at Greenwood.  V, 13���Phoenix at Grand Forks.  * " 17���Greenwood at Phoenix.  " 20^-Grand Forks at Phoenix.  "  27���Mother Lode at Grand Forks.  June 7���Greenwood at Mother Lode.  "  11���Grand Forks'at Greenwood.'  "   14���Mother Lode at Phoenix.   ���  < '*���  21���Phoenix-at Greenwood. > ^  �����-", 24���Greenwood at Grand Forks. '  *-���__���Phoenix at Mother^Lode.,-,  4)  iff  41  If1  fir;; fl. E. Griffith  Dentist  H^Wjtlie Gaiial Counts  in Phoenix for a day this ;wee���, hav  ing stopped of on his way to Vancouver to see his friend, F. C. Graham. '���'���  . Mrs. James Marshall has been  ovej'  from Nelson for the past week  meet-  *(?aM ing- ber many old time friends.    She  the / is returning to Nelson this morning/  of  "Reasonable Prices.  Examination Free.  Although the construction of  the  Panama canal is admittedly one  the greatest engineering feats  has   ever    been  accomplished,  canal is by no means the longest   in /    Mr6# Busht wno has been in the hos-  11 the world. ^  In fact   it  comes   third I pifcal for several days, has  now so  far  1/on the list of ship   canals���the Suez/ recovered as to be able  to return 'to  canal being- ninety'miles,   the   Kiellhe* oome afcthe Hotel Brooklyn. -     ,  I canal   _rxtyrone     miles,    and    the!    J-Scott, who worked for a consid  , MAGIC-  BAKINGPOWDER  J Church Services  k?  H  -Bank Block, Phoenix ||*����?�� canal about nft/miies .��� lerable Ien*fch of.��?��� *�� ^ *%*?*  ���J:  J-S   <J  l*'  MILK AND CREAM  The rich quality of our Milk and  Cream is gaining new patrons  for us daily. We solicit a trial.  Delivery made to any part of the  city.     Mail us a card.--  The PHOENIX DAIRY  ^       W. A. McKay & Sons, Props.       .   ,  CITY OF PHOENIX  NOTICE  j length  But the last named has cost fully  three times as much to make as did  the Suez canal; and if it succeeds in  paying its way the United States  government will have cause for  much satisfaction.  The new route" from London to  San Francisco, for example, is yst  least 6,000 miles shorter than the  old; whilst the distance by sea from  New York to San Francisco has  been reduced by 10,000 miles. In  consequence of the opening of the  canal surprising trade developments are certain. And in these,  as a glance at the map will show,  British Columbia must share t'o a  very large extent.  Public Notice is hereby given that the  first sitting of the annual Court of Revision for revising, correcting and hearing complaints against the assessment  as matte by the Assessor for the year  1914, will be held at the City hall, Phoenix, B.C., on Wednesday, the 24th day  of June, 1914, at 10 a.m.  W. X. Perkins, City Clerk.  Dated at Phoenix, B.C.,  .    May 8th, 1914.  LAND ACT  *  Baal Iran*  S__t___on  SOLO WATCH FREE.I  A. strsijh_orward gsusrona  oner from an ��_blt��hed  Srm Wo are glTln�� ��wbt  Watches to thousands of  peoples all over tho  world as a hags  ���-Tertlfiement. Now  Is your chases to  obtain ono. Write  now, eneloalnj as  cents for one or our  fashionable Ladles'  ���onj Guards. or  Gents' Alberts, sent  carr-ge paid to wear  with tho watch, which  will be liven Free  ithoio watches axe  guaranteed _vo years),  ���tocld yoa ta_a ad  - _   vantage of. our marral.  Ions offer. W�� expect yon to tell ��on�� blends  about ns and ifaow them the beaqtUnl natch  Do I't thin- thU o2_ too eoefl to ba tone, but send  _B cent* toHJ��y and ealn n Trvo Wateh. Yon  will be amazed��� WI__UMU   t -7XJYD, w_oIe__!  slmilkameen land district  District of Yale.  TAKE NOTICE that I, David Lawrence McElroy, of Phoenix in Yale  District, by occupation a rancher, intend to apply for permission to purchase 80 acres of land bounded as follows:���Commencing at a post planted  at the South West corner of Lot  1902S; thence North 40 chains; thence  West 20 chains; thence South 40  chains; thence East 20 chains.  David Lawrence McElroy,  Dated 23rd March, 1914. '  FOR ALSE.  EGGS FOR HATCHING���from  my great laying Pen of S. C. White  Leghorns.  $2.00 Per Setting.  F. J. Harbinson, Phoenix, B.C.  camp, was here last Saturday with the  McGill students, he now taking a  mining cqui-se in that college.        ���   ���  O. B. Smith, general superintendent  of the Granby company, was in Phoenix this week from Vancouver looking over the local affairs of the company. ' '_.       '  For Sale^���Hatching eggs, Wyan-  dottes, -Minorcas, White Leghorns,  Brown Leghorns, Indian ' Runner  ducks and. Pekin ducks. Apply at  ranch. -��Robt. Forshaw.  R. K. McCanimon returned Wednesday ��� from Paris, Ont., where he  spent the past month. His son, Theo;  dore, who was attending school there  for the past two years, returned with  him. '' '   ���'��� ���.  Dan Biner wen the Jflrsfc prize in the  motorcycle race at Midway on Victoria Day. Sid Jennings was away in  the lead on the start, but his engine  went wrong an he "came second at the  finish.  The McGill mining students did not  make a long stay in Phoenix an -their  trip to the Boundary. They, spent  one evening in town, the students  taking dinner at the Brooklyn hotel;  while Prof, Porter was the guest of  C. M.' Campbell, superintendent at the  Granby. ;  Paddy Chine and Julius Carson left  Thursday for Franklin camp on,a  prospecting trip." Both men are experienced prospectors and no doubt  will locate some good property in that  locality. They were taken over to the  Franklin camp by N. J. Caxson in his  aiitomobile. j  W.S. Cook��� chief of police of Phoenix, went over to Nelson last Saturday, taking with him Donald W.  Ross to serve a sentence of one month  in the Provincial jail. He was'sentenced by Police Magistrate Mulligan  on a uharge of obtaining board from  the (lueen's Hotel under false' pre-  tensesi. >. ��� - ���        ;.-'. v������}...���',���.���  St. John's Church���Sundays: Holy  Communion, 8a.m.; Matins, 10.80 a.m.;  Holy Communion and sermon, 11 a.m.;  Sunday school, 3 p.m.; Evening service, 7 30. Week days: Matins, 7.30;  Evensong, 7.30.   v  Methodist Church ��� Sunday school  and Bible class, 2.30 p.m.; evening service, 7.30-p.m. Prayer meeting, Thursday evening, at 7.45 p.m. Rev. A. T.  Bell,  The stated services in the Catholic  church are as follows: First and third  Sundays in the month. Moss at 10  a.m., Sunday School at 2.30 pm.;  Evening Service at 7.30 p.m. Rev.  Father C. Pelletier, pastor.  St. Andrew's charch (Presbyterian)  ���Service, Sunday next, May 31, at  11 a. in., Sunday school at 2 p.m. All  welcome.    Rev. J". R. Munro, minister.  The Strathcona Hotel  NELSON, B.C.  A decided economy in fuel consumption is  effected by using nickelled steel in  *_*_?_�� _��W_9   oven-lt attracts and holds the  lygUZY*"   jjeat fa,, better than most oven  materials. See the McClary dealer. m  s% Morrin-Thompson & Co.  Steam Heated Throughout  The Finest Accommodation for  the Travelling Public.  DiNIE-QROOM    SERVICE  UNEXCELLED.  Nine WeDf-Lighted  S&mplerooms.  Phone 12  JAS.  MARSHALL. PROP.  -m-WB-BB  Pioneer Ad��. Got Results  FOR SALE  The Porter Residence.-on Brooklyn  Ave., including Stable and two big  lots, all fenced���for $700; one half  down, ^balance to suit.  D. .7. MATHESON,  tf. Agent.  PURE BLOOD MEANS STRENGTH  TRY   NYAL'S   BLOOD   PURIFIER  People sometimes ask us, "How may I know when my  blood is bad ?" You may have boih or pimples. You may  have rough or scaly skin���a -sign ot coming -skin disease.  Little wounds, scratches, cuts, or burns, do not heal up quickly,  as they should.  Now Nyal's Blood Purifier was designed for just one thing,  to make the blood right, to enrich   it, cleanse   it, strengthen it.  And ir does it.     Good blood means good   health   nine  times in  ,ten, and  Nyal's   Blood   Purifier  makes  good   blood,   rich,   red  blood.  We do not recommend patent medicines, but this is not a'  patent medicine, it is a scientific remedy for the blood, and we  know what it will do.  QUANCE, The Druggist  THE PHOENIX GARAGE  STRUTZEL & HOWER, PROPS. .  KNOB   HILL   AVENUE  Agents for Goodyear Tires, Casings, Inner Tubes  r K  *      Vulcanizing���  "($f_V: full&.iin,'' of: accessories,..including- 'Ga'soline'^at^very.:*.  ^���'����'i5^,;;KJ'   '..'"' -'     "rea'sonable'-Prices.->'���-; ,;."'��� ; --���    ''-"���'**/'"  Tires Inflated Without Charge.  w  If*? '���'!#  \tU-rjMwt-  _"._��� 'ns.  The Phoenix Club  Deichert & Morris, Props.  PIPES, CIGARS, TOBACCOS, CIGARETTES  BEST'BRANDS ALWAYS ON HAND.  Special Line of the Famous Haid Chocolates  Smokers' Supplies.       Soft Drinks  ENGLISH BILLIARDS,   POOL,   BOWLING ALLEYS  .'.-V3  1 < i *  i  * * *�� j *���  >   s.. i ���"-!  r��  7 ��  ^_��/V-  THE   MINERS'  UNION  OPERA   HOUSE  Saturday, May 30  .. .   -��  No,  1. Sincerity,    Drama.  No. 2, Tlie Angel of Death,  Nos. 3 and 4.  The Nihilist  Vengeance. Wonderful Two-Reel Feature.  No. 5. He and Himself. Comedy.  POPULAR  MUSIC  BY IRONSIDES ORCHESTRA  ADIVIISSION EVENINGS -   lOc. and 15cV  i1  -��������  r  is ,  . V  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  Sent to any part of tho  Do'  minion for $2,00 a year.  ���M  ^i���^^&.^s'^m^^ls^r-^^^^x'Wi'^'"''^'^'^  i^T^^,\Vftejrrv\'* *~ wrt  ���rt.__*irt>w n


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