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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Aug 8, 1914

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 $$$$!iA^'ih  Am  ^e Jargeajf; coppor , mines; jin  ;���; i^'the '��� Dorniriion.ai-e <_it__-4*!d  ^���Op^'emp^^ '  ^ai"Eo_#>cce%-_^^  ^'gftac..-ur:  $5!&4s--v&  $?$t��t$:il$  ^i^  ':&{>  ;;;publteiwr^  ^muriicijr^^'^ih^lOaWaSa^  ^;alfcii^d^i;_W;f.!?>,TO  ���'jandj^{possesses Yflrst^clasa  hotel.,-' bpeira7 house;; s clip ols  :.^1^EENTH^eMP  \.;?  gHOEI^  :���������:?;  Number ;4:  :"-'- i'''.,,'.''.'i';':'.;'-'.; .'foXvS.A'I  FIRE WIPES OUT  J1APLE LEAF HOTEL  r  Prompt Action;bf Fire Department Saves All the.  Adjoining Property.  B. C. Mining    j  9&l  '.3  'i.Vl."!  ,��� ,,.V"'V;  *s~  Kill  "w __VT  t, j .����������**<.  I'   _   -i   **   ���?  i&H?V f'  .!* -j- . *.��     _  Buffi". iV   "���.'  __?te*js  to;  "> J  S38>y'  The alarm was sounded on Saturday afternoon calling out the. department to the most important fire that  has occurred in .Phoenix for many  years. The brigade, under the direction of W. X.,. Perkins, responded  -n   quickly  and   within ,a  short   time  The.work of putting in _he flume  for the power plant ^that the Hediey  Gold Mining "cornpany is installing  on the Similkameen river is now  under way. ,    , r    '  Negotiations for some 700 or"800  acres of land in the vicinity of Voigt  eampare in progress. .This land" is  presumed to be for extensive works  in the treament of ore. ,   ���  Chas. Connell, of Rossland, who  has several claims in Summit camp,  has left for the Tulameen country..  He" has some very promising silver-  lead properties which, require ship!  INDIAN PRINCP PLACES ARMY  AT BRITAIN'S DISPOSAL  Mounted, Police Volunteer  All German Reserves in Canada to Be Arrested  Prisoners of War���Kaiser Throws Up British  Naval and .Military Commissions.        j  as  -four lines  of hose  were  pouring a  deluge* of water  on   the buildings |pin5  fac����'ries  to'become   wealthy  adjoining the old Maple Leaf hotel,   producers.     He  has struck a four-  The tension ofthe past week was broken* on Friday morning when  the first news of the expected sea battle was posted on the Bulletin! boards  of the Brooklyn hotel. The news spread with astonishing rapidity, and  in the evening the billiard rooms W the hotel was crowded with" an enthusiastic gathering of residents who spent the intervals between the ar-  ' which   was   ablaze   from  cellar  to  roof.    From the .outset it was apparent  that   the' old  building  was  doomed, and fears were,entertained  l.for the Dominion hotel opposite and  the row of shacks at the back df the  ^burning  building   and   facing   the  [Granby hotel and Strutzel residence,  ^the  occupants  of which  lost  little '  |time  in   removing .their  household  |effects.    Twenty-five minutes from  Ithe outbreak the fabric came down  /with   a crash,   but  for some hours  |jt  was necessary  to keep a stream  |of water playing on the debris.   ,  The day was  extremely hot and  |an upper-current of air carried the  .-burning brands across the town to  ISpion   Kop   starting .fires    in' the  bushes,    which    necessitated'-sdme  close watching on  the -part of >Prb-  . vincial   Constable" Stan field. -������  ".The  fire, like 'all others*'that have taken  foot vein of silver-lead on Treasure  mountain, Summit camp.���Rossland  Miner.  H.    McKay  and    F.    McQuafrie  went   north   yesterday   to" do   the  season's work on tbe  Red Elephant/. ..  group, on  Hall creek. . -Work  thist  -rivals of telegrams in  singing and  other amusements.      Up towln there  were similar scenes around the Deane and Queen's hotel.  The following telegrams wer�� received today, Saturday, August 8th,  between ten and eleven o'clock in 'the morning': '  Italy has answered the German ultimatum by ordering all German  warships outof Italian ports. The British Mediterranean fleet is await-  outside'to receive them with open arms.'  : AH German reserves in Canada are to be arrested. If they give  their parole they will be released, if not they ar.e to be held as prisoners  of war. ��� i  Pensions will be provided for all Canadians wounded in action.    Re  emphasizes the foolhardy practice'.of.  ,people leaving their homesand rushing, pell mell to the scene ofthe  outbreak. During the big fire 'of  some years' ago the greatest danger  came \ from - thc .incipient --blazes  .caused ���\by "''flying-"* shingles.. * The  hotel-was- the ^property* "of-George  Rumberger and* is said to be insured.. Tbe cottage belonging to  J. Pearson, situate close to the hotel,  was practically ruined.  year will be confined to surface stripping of; the lead. A recent test  made at the State College of Washington by Prof. Thompson', head of  the Miningl Engineering Department, indicates that by concentration, extraction and cyanidation, a  total extraction of 90 per cent ofthe  values of the Red Elephant ore can  be accomplished. ,  Perry Creek, in past years, was  the scene of a large amount of activity as a.placer field, and the outlook'-for the present season is bright. ���  There is" a good wagon road connecting.: '^QkTTowo,"   and -above   the  *.-.��iir^'"��i..��.l��.v^_ !_y_.it_... &;>.�� *_:_._��,_.______  ��� pf��ee,-faere? ?ri <tbe summ��r keaSonsj 4"aM&'-<.^t*he.**tUsf^6r^  j' ��� _���**_*_��� mm* .        *     *    "  *~��� - ***** -*    ^*   * * ���_ *"^    *"*___��� ������" *��� *      r *  * * ���  ��� 4l>A rAM,lla..J..      ___._k__��__i_.iV___'.      __��_____._*._,_   4-l.MAA aranstlasmf *nt>a-kla*l ��n       *>"%*}* W%etf _ _      * _       _*.      _, ,  ns of soldiers killed in action'will be provided for. %  The King of Montenegro has1 officially declared war on Austria.  Germans are said to have scattered Noith Sea with mines. A'breach  of the articles of war. < *  The German Kaiser, who holds the honorary rank of colonel in the  First British Dragoons and Admiral of the British Navy says the uni-  forms'are'a disgrace to wear.    Says he wont put them on any more.  The Mararajah of Nepaul, India, has placed the whole of his native  army at the disposal o'f the King Emperor. Nepaul is the st^te from  which Britain recruits her 41 regiments of Gourka infantry. They are  considered the finest fighters in the British service. r  Lord Kitchener has telegraphed Britain's acceptance of offer of 800  of Legion of Frontiersmen from Canada to leave immediately.     ]  Enquiries, made to the associated -press at twenty minutes (to three  this afternoon brought the reply" that the'Admiralty' still refuse to*either  confirm or den*y the truth" of the rep  Erojgland  Veterans- of Canada's scarlet-  coated riders of the plains have  tendered their services in the event  of war. ��� The following is the telegram:  "At a meeting of, the executive  committee of the Royal North West  Mounted Police Veterans' Association held'Aug. 4, it was decided in  view of the serious aspect of. the international situation to respectfully  request you to refer to paragraph B  of section two of our constitution  wherein'toe pledge ourselves to the  service of the Government of Canada  when'called upon, and through you  to tender our restricted services to  the minister of militia" and defence.  Our divisions at Vancouver, Victoria, Prince Albert, Medicine Hat  and Regina have been instructed to  hold themselves ready for service  and at the disposal of the department of militia and defence at their  j individual headquarters. A. E.  Snyder, > major, acting-commissioner."  BRITISH SUBJECTS  DISCUSS THE WAR  K. P. Hall Crowded���Fifty  Recruits Join the Government Rifle Club.  Big Game Sighted  What are reliably stated to have  been a couple of silver-tip bears  were sighted a few days ago by a  local resident a few milesfrom town.  The animals were sighted travelling  quite leisurely and seemed to be  little   concerned   over  the presence  of - the   "party    who' saw  I Sorrier doubt has  been   cast  them.  At the  urgent   request of many  residents, F. C. Graham, sec. of the  Phoenix Government Rifle Association, called a meeting of that organization and   all   British subjects   for  the purpose   of discussing'the war  situation asifaffects Phoenix.    The  notice   unfortunately    afforded    but  little   time,   but   the   resppnse   was  prompt, over a  hundred assembling  in the  K.P.   hall, which was generously placed   at  the  disposal of the  rifle   association   by the   officials of  the order.  Before the actual  business of the  evening   was   proceeded   with,   the  secretary   outlined   the  reasons for  calling the   meeting  and   proposed  that the   chair  should   be  taken by  William  Delahay, collector of customs   for  Phoenix.      The   proposal  was   immediately.seconded   by   D.  Patterson and unanimously adopted.  Mr. Delahay in opening the meeting expressed his  pleasure at being -  called upon to preside and remarked  that to be a  British  subject was no  mean' honor.     It   was   a   priceless   -  Vft  iV $  tact is left to^'conjecture.  Owing to the war in Europe and the consequent disturbance, in th<j  markets of the world, the Granby Consolidated have followed .the lead  ofthe mineowners in Butte and elsewhere, and have ordered the closiog-  of their property in Phoenix. ���As to the length of time this inaction wilf  last, rthe officials' df the company profess tbe most entire ig-oOraoce.  two_or three   miles, gold' in paying  quantities^has been-obtained in -the  present channel  of the *creek;-but  the older-channel, where the, operations are" now * taking' place passes  apparently  to,vtbe   east ^of-a .small  mountain   which" separates it  from  the^'present''slre'a'fti.   -Irnmediately-'f     , .     . .  below the falls a tunnel_bas been run j it is rumored that as a result of the recent success   of the  for 'nearly', a   thousand,' feet, with a   the reopening- of the property will   not   be   fong- delayed.  horizon in the United States already shows sigrns  of "clearing-,  take a week or ten days before any   authoritative   statem  safety, be given out.  M. K. Rogers, accompanied by his'brother, S. Rogers were registered at the Brooklyn hotel during the week and paid����a visit to the  Granby mine on Friday. Both of the visitors are well known in the mining world, the former by reason of his connection with the now famous  Nickel Plate mine at Hediey, B.C., and his*later association with the sale  of the Hidden Creek mine to the Granby company. John Swanson, fore-  received   instructions   to  leave   for  �����_=���� <_*.^_k^=-'^___5^._7- ~ .'~1_*~ w^    ' 'via_, ���* -.j*.;-*-"^;  atjts--"T*iK5��g*l"l.e. entire G��wm*S^��e*t*;i_^.  The'British-fleet are in, formation   "~~  ^ ��� *���  're^qa-j^^^iicismY  -jrfgw -'A'-Ati* ,,.  '��J;fs$|irAevA|j__^  -B u r JrGarri pbe_I��jyie Ids Jso'rne'Joir^^  -ii-]��.'^'i^.'**i'ir^.L.;^vi'^^^ ^5'***--''_"_ le  everyiintegral^parts^  TheyAare   signed ^by-Jus 'and: kept'  with ���;-air':'!; solem^  bas^p.;p^^'rb^tb^;inii  m  lower and smaller  tunnel   following  it all the way for drainage purposes.  To our Friends and Customers in: the City  of Phoenix  A report has been circulated that this  store is going to close up.  We wish to say that this is absolutely  untrue. We have no intention, whatever of  closing our stores, nor do we intend to advance a single price unless the market com-  pells us to do so.  iji  M  We intend to deal, with each customer  individually, and to extend all the accommodation in our power.  We ask our Customers, however, to pay  us every cent they possibly can, as we are up  against a trying situation even for a firm of  our size.  Play fair with us and you will find that  the Big Store will stay with you during the  hard times. '  man ofthe Granby  has  Creek mine, which we are officially informed is still running.  OtflH.  impson  ' ;   ;.-J  '.-.,"������-.'>iv.   ,V,V>'-7/->''^:t4^,V?Jt'.^*J  Hidden  First Street.  McKay & Knight, Props.  TRY OUR  BRONCHO BUSTING AT SPOKANE FAIR, SEPT.  12-20, 1914  1 OSt  35c. Per Poui  3 lbs. for $1.00  It is making new Friends everywhere,  and sales are going steadily yp and up  Our Prices Are Right.  Prompt Delivery.  &m<-^��%&^^^  35_3  i&'f,iV<��'f5l-(iS  I {W  >��-:  M��   PIC&EEB,   PEOJEJSOX,   BftOT&H   COLOMBIA.  4" J-."1!-/'  s t > t *+  V *��� .'  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  issued wbekjly  at Phormix, -British Columbia  ��� yiSttbseripU6n% 2��00. per year  X50 to United States.''  0. Kay, Publisher.   *  ironies of war; hhj wife ���'being a  German'. princess of", the , warlike  House ofc Brandenburg which played  such a prominent part in the down-  fall of the French in 1870-71. It is  on record that the deciding factor in  the battle of Gravellotte was the  impetuous charge of the Prussian  cavalry led by the duchess'j.father,  Prince Charles'of Branetonburgr.  A*- -"i  ' ui_DYKRTXSXKQ SCAUE  t,Jsjf��Jfc-��*i����ft*ia��i\M* pOdny��l ..$5.C0  /-Ajsr*����tt^ft*������^����>*Uo*n09 *7'w  C��-^!i��!*'����rfliW^*r��n"����t notice W��a��y��)tM0  A-^w"lis��t��l^'��k<��*��l**��A aottcea (60'aajra)  ����4*��%-_����,Oo>��-��-��i!rnot*��e (90 day*)..,. 110.00  > s*aa_tW**��~S.tt_���� (SB day*. V'80  JH��-&*twa��! Co^Owwwhtp notlcw �� d*X�� $��00  l>iS_t����^0����lh.>��te^Tttl��. nottoc* �������>  Cani* ot Ttmakis S> ceuta.  __U<M*x����- fecal iMtwrUstwr, W ��**�����** a Una,  ��_B,r> cobukut. ft* th�� first tnawUon; and 8  ��*ota ��_ tt&��> Jac each s��h*��qwoat Insertion, non-  (���MllatiUttNmMt. ��,  Display ads $1.00 per inch, * single  itolotun,   pet month.   Transient ads.  - 60c. per inch, per issue; subsequent insertions, 85c per inch.  old * countries to fight, for them in  this '��� struggle, in view of the fact  that Britain may be involved.  ��o  New-Zealand's gift battleship the  New Zealand," is no% -in thf first  battle line of the home fleet ready  to. take an active part in'the scheme  of empire defense. > Unlike certain  Canadians who-object-tb^a Dominion ship patrolling ^elsewhere than  in Canadian waters, the New Zear  landers readily' accepted the statement pf Winston Churchill that the  only place to defend -the  oversea  dominions is  in the' vicinity of the  North   sea.     Grand  Admiral   von  Tirpiu is not lying awake at nights  thinking  of Sydney harbor.      His  eyes are glued  upon  Portsmouth,  Devonport,' Chatham' and- Rossytb  invthe Firth of Forth.      If' German  raids are attempted they wil!  be of  a sporadic character, possibly aerial  and not  serious  from ^the ' point of  invasion, "but  intended  to terrorize  the' community  and "push  to panip  level  the   price   of food  and   raw  materials-  from - overseas,  without  which England must be brought to  her knees on , account of the many  millions    comprising*  the    British  working classes.  _t~2* i  8-"j. r J  ifji l-s  _-_���"*'  1 -The conflict now raging with.the  "..fury of Hell in Europe will affect in  a more or less degree the remotest  <   parts of this world of ours, but the  .dignified and almost uncanny seren-  1   ity of", the  people  pf Great Britain  " in'this, trying time deserves some  '" '"recognition  and  is" worthy "of the  - -r'nemulation of the over-seadominions  ^ ~ - of the empire,   , FJag .wa-siuj- is-.no*  *v   patriotism.    True patriotism-laK.*  ��� ..^.t^ideri-ra^^  1 j ; ���-if - > win,������������������ '-^i^ i' '--Sf*^  >_:���*���_   ���_,rr-'-r -_it~r_����_r���  - V^>\W Vn-vadethe^omefthe'-farm'-andthe  ^v'^/V i *.*   '-   ,���'-business  house.  .A-patriot in me  ^^'"���>^'" ' 'XA     \Y highest sensey of the term is a generous foe, and the bravest kind of  '  -enemy.    ' He'll  never  disgrace his  uniform by  any  act  unworthy of a  '   Christian gentleman.  * The home government has-made  a plea for calmness, and.if the people.  of those little islands /'lost in the  *       ' * *       i'  ��� northern fogs" 'can assume so calm  ;*an attitude surely we in Canada, can  ~ 'afford to follow suit and with equal  "'"^determination  prepare   to   do   our  part, as we surely will, in the preservation of the empire.    Irish en-  ,  v thusiasm, Scotch sagacity and Eng-  ��� 'lish prudence; have  always  carried  It would be impossible to sum up  the incalculable debt that the mining industry and- the world in general owes to the prospector.    Yet  the Engineering acd Mining Journal of New York goes out of its  way to administer a cowardly stab  inthebackvto * c_41ectiss��4 ofnaa  who have up to the^preseai been r*-  sponsibte for th* cpeasinfr -tspof4S��*  Cams4i���� sod America-an -ar��s%.     Tht  petiodgcal io qi_wtfiwn��.^Pi- mbA Safees  ��_p_sa^. isse��ff e&a* .dtefty ���� am&tae&ag'  .5sfca_aaix_giec--'  ;J_g___iB__r_i  ��t t -,.    __  Before investing in oil stocks���  ' Study the prospectus.  If the report of a well known and  competent geologist is not included  drop it at once.  Ascertain how much stock is taken  by promoters in consideration of oil  leases. ;��� Promoters are given to gobbling two-thirds of the stock in consideration of a thousand or so acres  of leased lands. This means 'that  the control remains with the promoters, and, moreover, it means that  a lion's share of the-profits, if-any,  goes into their pockets without having put up more than a very small  percentage of the cost of the Undertaking.  Remember that it takes money to  drill for oil, and a company that has  not a sufficient capitalization to sink  several wells at a cost of say a quarter million dollars should not be considered.'  Be sure that men of good character and business integrity are on  the directorate. They are the ones  who will have to look after your interests. You cannot do it yourself.  Astertain if the promoters are free  to sell their bonus stock when and  where they will. If sd^drop the  proposition. It is your money that  -will bring the wells, if they are  brought in, and your stock purchases should' be protected to the  extent of not allowing promotion  stock marketed until tbe^wells come  in, if they do. '  And lastly, before you buy, rer  member that there has been twenty  dollars lost by small oil investors to  every dollar made. The fact that  John D. Rockefeller is said to ?have  made his fortune in oil���which for  the most part Is not true, and 'what  is true regarding It is misleading,  inasmuch as the Rockefeller interests  are not mainly producers^ but; trier-  ��&_uats and refinere���does not apply  fte-yeaa.     r - *���   --  Aod SasUy, don't take an oil sailers  *_rot-a for la-ayfl&ngJco-^^      >lbb  , Coming Events  Vancouver Fair,  September 3rd  to Sth.  ^Spokane Interstate FairrSeptemJ  ber 12 to 20.  ' * Labor Day celebration hi Phoenix,  September 7th.  -"���        ' ''" '' >  King Edward Lodge  No. ae. A.P. and-AaWI.  Bssnilar aammunlcetion at 8  ^p!_n.  Seeo-ad Thureaar of  each' month. ,,       ,  it meetings as called; Masonic  cHeJe Brook.  W. J. PisaSS"..  W.M.  John FrtnuArg, Jr.,  Secy.  I. O. O. F.  Snoweho* LexJe;*  No. 4��  Meets every Monday Evening at  Miners* Hall. Visiting brethren cordially Invited.  A.. L. MKinnon, Noble Grand.  ��� '   Wm. Oxley, Fin. Secy.  K. B, Barnes, Eec. Seey.  Daughter* of ll��b#kah  Pheenlx Lode* No. 17  Maeta In  tko  Mlnek'  Union  Lodea  Hall inwfc and ThW Wadnaadajrt.  ' __jr_,��. B. BaruaB. Noblo Grand  ^   Mn. A. D. MeKenrte, Seoratar7>  i** - _    t  Biatiota  ��We beg to'-ji��||^**h��t  of tbe spaaa^'l10b^^��Bm*B9&f _*-    .    , - . v- ^,   ,       ^  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES  Pheenlx Aarla No. IS* '  Meets in Union Hall, Friday Evenings.  Visiting brothers are always welcome.  Dan PA-r-raau-oN, W. P.  T. R. Guuixx, W. Secy.  }  ,,j��ruraing  cdmed.  K. of P. Lodge,  No. 28    '''��������_:'"���  f.KBDAT EvaNlNO at;7.80.  brothers   cordially   wel  O. H. Khioht, O. C.  E. E. Babnks, K. of B. S.  ~y,  PYTHIAN SISTERS uj  N��w 17  4 This amazing offer-the New Model American- Oliver Typewriter No. 5 at 17c. a Day���is operi'to everybody, everywhere.  It is our new and. immensely popular plan of selling Oliver Typewriters on little easy payments. The abandonment of longhand in favor  of clean, legible, beautiful typewriting is the next great step in human  progress. The American Oliver, with the largest sale of any typewriter  in existence, was the logical machine to take tbe initiative in bringing  about.'the universal use of typewriters.     It always leads !  Clerks on small salaries can now afford to own Olivers. ;T By utilizing spare moments for practice they may' fit themselves for" more important positions. A small first payment brings the machine, then you  save 17c. day and pay monthly. q RAY.Agent, Phoenix.   ,  en  ism, 45 per _eat^:'*kybBSseB,'225  percent; supersiadwn.fi _��-��35nt."-  perseverance, moe>per -cektt^esefoca-  tioa. five per ceii^^bnsiae-ss-se-nse,  two per cent; insofables, % per cent;  total .96.5 per cent/' A    ^ - .   4�� * ��  ;  '- In issuing a viak'vxXxa. in German  a few days ajfoi^thfe Vancouver  German Press, a'weekly publication,  devotes several paragraphs in English to a reference to the duties of  Germans, Austrians and Hungar-j  ians in Canada.'* 'it_Joints out that  while German and Austrian-subjects  ; I B___k-.<��rai,assaMa.'��    -������*-,".*��� MdBse. - v ^  _5t___ksfer _3�� cEnsinatsoo there is  5n*3t. "^sey atre __c5r^-.^iesnse!ves a  3g_r_jr2 _a_rfflL,'_ps0Q acre'a aecqndary con-  K____a__oa_. -���T��sr��)oto   -  Satorday  f-JSgfal. ���u,A '  He is'wise who listens much-and  talks but little.  -    -.  , residing   tir Canada, are   in   duty.  vis through, and there.,s little reason  bound to,.retuni   Co' fight for .their  17 ^*   i-���.   . _-.���^- __._.<<���     _.l��^__.      _-l��^��_.4___    y-.*.rsl.  ���      ft * J-  for us* to ^suppose* that_ those'quali  ' ties will  fail  us in   the  crisis now  confronting us.  '%Mm,  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 and  Carpets.  A THIAI. WMX 60MVINOB VOU.  RICO STIAM LAUNDRY  Phone SO.  Dominion Ave).  Travel East via The  Great Northern Railway  ANNOUNCEMENT  Summer Excursion Fare's Commence June  1st. Final Limit October 31st. Optional,  Routes   and   tibefral1 Stopover   Privileges;  New York.  Halifax...  '���to  ���ii-  ..:?/ <x I. ^108.50     Montreal $105.00  .....ll   129.35 ; TwinCities     60.00  Philadelphia i..:  108.50  fe  J   ���  '.'^^���J.f.A-rf'itti'  .       "- - *  .  ,    -r. j-v)     t , ~/.tf. ,'...~-yhrl ______________________ssa����M��i^i����  - V  tSPOtAHB Tff CinCifiW^ITHODTlCirAHGE  ''fr'1  Shoes  Fit!  -.tflf  1",:  * The  pending departure for England  of the  Duke  of   Connaught,  Canada's Governor-General,'has a  special  significance  in  view of the  dreadful catastrophe that is afflicting  the  civilized world.     The duke Ls  considered one of the foremost military 'strategists in Europe and there  is not another   officer  in the British  .service  more conversant with German war methods than  this soldier  prince of Great Britain.    Time after  time as a guest of the Gerrnan emperor he has  been  a witness to the  Prussian   army     manoeuvres    and  there  cannot  be  much   doubt- but  that his advice  in  the war couecils  at  Whitehall   will    be   listened    to  wi h more than  ordinary attention.  His  case   also  unfolds   one  of the  country, those who have, become  Canadians by naturalization ,*must  side with the British Jempire. It  would be-out of the question, says  the paper, for such naturalized citizens bY Canada  to return  to their  We make a specialty of Miners-  Shoes; good fit, nice shape, and  nothing but the best of Steele, need  '   SATISFACTION OUABANTEED  NICK PALORCIV  Knob,Hill Ave.        Phoenix. B.O.  9BS  my  t��  *���-���%, i  ll       ifi    ***~r*.  BaK-l. iyji^      l  i&A -v   ���  ter:  UaAa  iill��ii  t ���$-"***  mA'  &$A<  ��jl    r  .   'm^       -1',  j        <_8 -.1    '  '- �� '-,:>y  !$k~ "'-!.AJ  Nothing stops the 8tlagltt_{�� ,  smarting and itching like Zaafc��  Bnk. Don't let the children, off  yourself, suffer longer. Apply  Zam-Buk and be "bite-proof!'"  30c for, all DrutH tit '"J Storm.  mfcM&Mm&mm  my.yAfcf*x<��2iY&*igy  Reduced Fares * Summer  i iu -��� of 1914        M - r  . On sale June 1st to September 30th. A      ' ,  Final   Return limit, October 31st.  ,,���������^ _jT-a��������� '" ",  Winnipeg, $60.00 Montreal, $105.00  St. Paul - 60.00 Si John -120.00  Chicago - 72.50 Halifax - 129.35  Toronto - 92.00 New York 108.50  a____Ua��_5__s__a____________S_a__a_B^  ^g-f-^_���_���_,���asaaaasMH���a___��i����_B��_BB_��B__��a��s���*���s��s��a��a������_s����i-^i^as_��s��sss����a��sB��aa^a��� ���m���s���^i . ���m���^m~  Compartment Observation Cars, Electric Lighted  Standard Sleepers.  SYNOPSIS OF GOAL  MINING REGULATIONS  - Coal piining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba,' Saikatchawan and Alberta! the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Tenrltories and In a portion of tho  Province of British Columbia, may .be  leased for aterm of twehty-dne years  at an annual renUl of $J an acre: Nob  more than 3,660 acres will be leased to  dno ��nplleant. "  Application for a lease.must be made  by the applicant In person *��_the  Agent or Sub-Agent of the district; 19,  -J  Send In Your StatSOnory Orders and  ' Holiday Printing to the  Phoenix Pioneer  THE HOME OF  ,<lr  *,I."'V, BVBURPHY.  CRICT PASSED rGBR AGENT, NELSON, B. C  which the rights applied for art situ  In surveyed territory the land' must'  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions oi sections, and in ,pnsur-  veyed territory the tract applied for  shall be -staked out by the applicant  himself. " . '    .  . __  Kaeh epplicatlon must be ^accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if the right* 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 toil. . ���  ' The person-operating the mine shall  furbish the Agent with sworn returns;  accountiUg lor the full quantity rf  merchantable coal mined and pay the  voyalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such returns'should be furnished at least once  Thel'etfse will include the coal mining  rightsduly, but thelessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available  surface   rights   nifty   be   considered  I necesBary for the working of the mine  j at th��4 rate of $10.00 an acre.  1 For full information application  ahould be made to the Secretary of the  'Department of the Interior, Ottawa,  or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dor  minion Landa. ^ ^ ^^  .       '  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���Unauthori-Mid   publication  of  this advertisement will not be paid for*  ���80090.  -��*>.  A BUSINESS MAN IS KNOWN BY THE  QUALITY OF PRINTING HE USES  Our Stock of 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 Largre, None too Small  The  $2.00 per Year in Advance.  $2.50 per Year to U. S.  -A-)  Swi  *re" > s  ���%J ���  lift' *  'ftp  ���i*  n*  $ ���f  .1 %  '~!T^��i  * < V*-'.  THE. PIONEEm,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ���-_aa  ��� DT  - Banish the ?Blues!?  , -- If vou have that depressed feeling it's more than likely that your',  ' blood ia out of order���impoverished or poisoned.  ���There 1b only-one thing that-will alter-your-pressnt condition���'' -  that's to restore your stomach to normal health and strength.   For,,  a weak or diseased stomach cannot make good blood.     If your  . digestion is bad your food will not make the  good   blood which''  ! ^nourishes' body,- .'brain/, heart <and>" nerve.  -..'   '   .*-  .'  -is..'a ^g*L '  ���?l"i!'-.'tV3fi  helps the Btomsch to .do its 'work naturally land -properly.   Stimulates,.!  "    " "   The blood is .purified.  y* ��i_ ___* _��___________  ____���  ���'-strong,-equal to any task or up to any pleasure.   , ,,__-.,.������-,_  the liver.   The eystemia freed from poison.   The blood is,'pu  I- ^.Dvery organ i.*rejuven&{e<r.*f' Instead of the^'Blues;*'you feel fit and  This great remedy has p  I forty years. Let it prove lit  j-', Vvtabletor liqiiid'form^rBend'60e for trial box by;ihail  roved itrfworth year-after'year for over, t  Let it p'rpve lis worth to you. _ Sold by medicine dealers  Sead 31 ena-cent stamps to paw cost ol maillns only on a fr��_ copy of Dr. PiarcafrCom-j  MM Seas* Medical Adviser, 1008 pages, clqtfabotuad. Address Dr. R. V. Pierca, Buffalo.  The  tteens  OOMPLKTELY REFURNI8HED AND RBFITTKD  *i  j. >  We beg to announce the reopening- of the Queen's Hotel.   This  popular hotel has been completely refitted throughout;?  . everything new and up-to-date.   .Large lofty,rooms,    ��  heated with hot water.   Perfect fire appliances.  Night and Day Service  Patrons'of this'hotel will find in if all tRe -comforts ot home.  "~   Perfect satisfaction is assured all our, guests.     It is    j  .'*''. If the most x-entrally located'ho'tel in town. '-   -  Bar Stocked with Best Wines, Liquors, Cigar*  WALSH & HARTMAN, PRof-s. "  FIRST STRUT AND KNOB HILL AVENUE ' J  ���V*  ���*-<"-��  H  A  i  'It/  Should come from healthy and vigorous Stock,  handled in a* CLEANLY AND SANITARY  manner Separated Cream* insures purity and  quality. ' The Dairy produces both..  Concentrates  j  *'  Ex-Sergeant-major Schoof ofthe  25rd Alberta rangers, has challenged  three officers of the .regiment to a  duel with swords.  ���"-Five thousand little 'fish-from the  government >��� hatchery,' at^Gerrard,  were-' turned looser last-week in the  waters of Christina lake.  Scores of ships, including many  transatlantic .liners are lying in U.S.  ports' afraid to put to sea' for fear  of being , captured by. prowling  cruisers. '  While walking along the^trail  near No 12 camp on'Bull river, a  few days, ago, an -unknown man  was accidentally killed "by the.fall of  a tree.  . *��� ������  Botanists are unable to discover  from what plant, the aborigines of  America , developed the potato, for  it is not found growing wild anywhere in the .world. .  * One man was-'killed-.in>'the coal  jnines of British . Columbia ' during  the last three months. ��� Eight' men  were killed < during the first ���* six  months of this year.  ' .'Five ' Chinamen ' were arrested  in 'a raid on ' a Vancouver; opium  den last week. 'The police)are reported to have received the tip.from  a'rival of the dive' keeper.  The foul brood disease has-broken out among the bees at) Chillir  wack. The government inspector  is on the ground ��� taking measures  for the stamping out of the disease.  ' The CP.R. has decided not to  run any special harvest excursions  froth the east to the west this year.  This action of the company is on  account of--the- 'enormous- number-of  men now oh the unemployed Hat'in  the prairie provinces. ���   /  -    A  deputation  of   British i suffra  gettes last week waited' on tbe-Bri  tlsh government and demanded'that  the clause in the new naturalization  law, which  compells  a  woman  to  adopt  the  nationality   of herJhus  with radium-and -the X-rays among  the most remarkable known physical phenomena. They destroy animal tissues' with astonishing rapidity. There is nothing particularly  healthy about a tanned skin. The  tan is-' 'merely nature's sunshade  against: the' effects'" of the ' ultra-violet rays.  "-The Canadian; Immigration Act  willi it is , understood; now be  amended at the next session of Parliament to provich1 heavy; penalties  on steamship-companies"that wilfully bring undesirables, to Canada,  a seizure ofthe -ship being-mentioned as a possible penalty.' This  would undoubtedly have the effect  of making owners of-vessels chary  about allowing their vessels to be  used - as the Komagata' Maru has  been used.  Federal soldiers are still continuing' to search .the mountains and  canyons- of- the' > Yellowstone park  for the two bandits who held up the  stage coaches and robbed the passengers of-$3000 "in money.1 Altogether 169 people were fobbed. The  number would-have been: greater  had not '.one of'' the drivers of '}a  coach suspected what was wrong  when - liearing Spring canyon\ and  turhed'round warning the following  coaches' that something unusual  was taking place.  1   It has'been   reported. that  bass  have  recently' been   caught in  the  Kettle  river at Orient,- Wash.   -If  this.is true, the fish  are undoubtedly   escaping  from   Christina   lake,  and  Game   Warden   Madder  went  down   to "Orient to  investigate the  matter.' ' If the conjecture is correct  the matter  will  be'referred  to the  government,   with a  request that a  barrier- be .built  at the  mouth   of  Christina - lake. < 'This,! would probably be  an "opportune-time for the  people  of Cascade  to ��� renew their  'agitation" for, a   dam   across .that  stream.���Grand Forks Sun.      *''  -The Only First-Class and Up^-Datcr  Hotel in Phoenix.   r Neyr:,.;ftpmAceilary  to roof."* Best; Sample Rooms^Int^ey  Boundary,  Opposite   Great  Northern  Depot.      '.'���   v      Modern Bathrooms.  fe  m  'Yi::.:  ;.';�����-���  STEAMHHEATED.  O. D. Bush, Prop.  ELECTRIC LIGHTED!  ���:-YAf.,wm$rkt-$m  ' :>&AAYAYAA!':W��&  ���;vi. '.-���-i'tL, a.;���;:.���/���������;���':-������VS-'jiSp,  AY^y^YyM  AiAA^AAmS  ���'A'AY&AY:>&A��M*  A ^A^:AAYA0lAm  :YAAY'Y:AYYAmmmmfm  :;PHoeni^tB.:(Sii||S;8iil^  .���:..������. ;   A^:-A-AAy-;Y^.j\-A' a^a-a-- ir,,,.--^'.'.''- ��� <AY-^h:<AA^:A^MM  PIPES, tlGARS,T*dBACCOSgGI(m^T^pS  ' BEST BRANDS ALWAYS ON ''HAND. ^A% u AAyA' Aa  . Special Line of:the Famous Haid Chpc^iafes  , Smokers'Supplies.    :���- Soft .brinksAAAyyA  '���  . -��������� '���',���; ffl /.j.1a.>.;>"��� ���.^'SiVif'siil  'B:Amm^m  AAA^YAAiAmi  ������   i\ .',' ���:���'������ L.'' ���.   '. ��� .'.V.-- .''\V>-fi5ssl  :AAmM  ���i-;:"t:-.,'^i^��fc'4��ij-JSl  '"' ""A&si  m-A&m  AAym-Ym  A;y:AWM:Am  ..   '.'''--Slpl  AYAt$0&M,  ���NQU8H BILLIARD8,  POOL,  BOWLING ALLEYS  SMOKED MEATS,  THE DAIRY       J. W. Hannam, Propi  ���  Jt^JL  i -'-  THE' PHOENIX GARAGE  J STRl/fZEL, & ,HOWEt?',,lPRb>PSv    .. * *.. v.  KNOB   HILL/'  AVENUE    *:  - '--.,,!.-.  Goodyear Tires and Tubes "  Aocessbries  Gasoline  Re^aiHnff   .  Vulcanlzlne: : ;   .  Compressed Air on D^aMffht  ���i ������-.  -,��*t'  'S-.  We^ have arrangred-for a.''continuous supply throughout the summer months of the FAMJOUS CUR-  LfeVv-" itE/CREAM. -Special Rates to Parties.  Cooling Soft Drinks of varied'flavor.  THK DELIOAOY OF THE SUMMER SEASON-  -' ���' ��� -vi'  CURLEW' IOE OREAM.  ���TRY OWE.  id  -.*���<.  Steiriwmdep^Buildin^  THE BOTTE-HOTEL ^  Bar Stocked with-the Finest of Italian Wjnes.  Best Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  STEAM HEATED THROUGHOUT.  LUCIANI Sc VICHARY, PRQPS.  ,���-,..  v  A; O. Johnson, Prop.  "Ftrst^Olasri AocomnnodatSon fOr Miners  PIMEST'6JP VINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN STOCK.  .'PHONE 72. YOUR  PATRONAGE SOLICITED.  A woman's reputation is the most  r|<fragtle~- thing-that exists, - therefore  handle it gently. -  band be struck out.- A   *"' '\ n i*"*r      "' "'-'  11 ^Th'e"skins of- eleven;', pup iealirte  ceotly shipped from -Nome 'to-wew  York - have   been -seized ;\>fr\^  authorities.     According to a treaty  made by  the United States) Japan,  Russia and Great Britain, the killing  pf fur seals is forbidden  ,. A'skeletony- believed to'be the^re-  friains of .a;member ofriCaptain Van  couver'-s crew,- was recent ly unearth-1  ed   in-Vancouver.     It* is   on-reeortil  that'during the-visit of Vancouver's I  ship   in   1791.92,   five of tthe'tfrew  mysteriously disappeared.  The new CP.R. liner,-Empress  of Russia^ recently - arrived in Vancouver from China. -The trip from  Yokohama - was - accomplished -io  eight days and twenty hours. Her  sister ship, > the Empress of Asia, is  at- Hongkong, where she is being  fitted with guns and' made ready-for  6ea as a commerce destroyer.  Bears are-reported to* be quite  numerous in-the vicinity,:of-Ka��lo.  Embret Myrvang* of Mirror -lake  was attacked near A. Leet's ranch  by "one" ugly brute" which' he killed  with a pick axe. Another one was  shot at and wounded a few days  later near the same place, and still  another fell to the rifle of A. Lof-  stedt.  > W. Enomoto, the Japanese who  'stab'bed and severely wounded W.  Miller,'"at Cascade, was brought up  and charged with the offenpe before  Judge Brown at Grand Forks. The  'evidence showed that the Jap had  received great, provocation; but as  he had used a knife the court had  no alternative but to pass a sen-  tence of six, months \ imprisonment  with hard labor.  One hundred and fifty grocery  store proprietors intend to exert  their efforts towards having that  clause ofj the recently enacted early  closing bylaw compelling grocery  stores to close at six o'clock in the  evening on every week night  throughout the week with the exception of Saturday, rescinded. It  is even thought that the, legality of  the Vancouver council's action will  be tested in the courts.  Sunlight is ' composed of various  colored rays, of which the most important are the red, the blue and  the   ultra-violet.      The  latter  rank!  L  We  are  carrying  a special line ������6^^^^-A^^^yyiii  you are not  already being  supplied A ;*^ith|^^|s|6ckpj|  give us a�� trial order.-   Our "Shamfbck"��::b^a_ifls"icainfe  not be~ beaten." ~ 'm^mm^M^^mPM  ��� p. burns & <^ol|l|i|||i  " Wholesale and Retail Butchers and Produce Merchants  ,    PHOENIX, B.C.   'X$&0JHT^^^_  ;^J--:';*Ss"  lip  AiyAAm  1A0AAW:  :':vi"��m  Am0  ;.���;���.> Vie*  e',r>v-*''iai  iw!  mAmm  YAYy^m,  '-W.,  " ���-.  1 .,   i.J-^^ji:  *-M$��l*aawi.!m.7,, _ .  ..-'���^.'.f-. ..-.. r.��� V--.... 7r-ii- ���. I  'W��0m!im  :\\%?h. " -   "    v.*1*: *, \\     - %gAS^B^^^^ilAmm9Yk  Stationery, ^onte^ionei7|aun^ga  :,    Kodak Supplies ano^VVa^ ^pers,    ��� 1  .  All the latest Booksjaiid Newspapers.  raone42  n  Rha&niK^A&apC.  A^'M^YAmsm  ..*. ....y_--���i,*^.p^.,.--..^a,^.��.3i  '^M'^ti.,^  .."'K';*'S.  -'--. : :���'��� :,-A'YiA,W  '������;--'-''-:;:\>^?ft^O  m  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  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders.      Phone A6S  James G. McKeowh  __ Baal tan* Simulation j  GOLD WATCH FREE.  A stnlsbUonrszd tsmrana  offer   Irom   an :as<abllsh��d  firm.    We an (ItIs. awar  Watches   to   thotuasas    al  ��� mavis all   ot��?   tba  world    as    a     base  a_T��rt!��wne_t.     Now  la    roar    cbaaes    Co  obtain one.    Write  now.    enelosln.    25  eentn for one ol   onr  fashionable Ladles-  Long      Onards.      or  Genu'   Alberts,   sent  earrlue P��l* to wear,  with ths watch, wtalea  will   be   siren   Trae  (those    watehes    ara  msranteed ore yean).  shoa]_ too taks ail-  Tantasa of onr narrui.  ������.   /.����.      Wi   snett   TOO   to   tell   toot   friend t  iSit  ns   an*   sbSr thorn   th.   bsaatllnl    wateh  ^'t thtoaTttta rtte too good to b. trne   bat sec.!  0m  Xlrtm  SuUt and sain   a   Tne   Watch.     Ton  J,w*����rr(Sertl��*).��.Cornwsllla Road. London.N  Zaaland. ________________  Al Nice Selection of the Latest  Victor Records, especially  the latest dance music   -  New Songs, etc.  Ml  COME AND LOOK THEM OVER  E. A. Black, Jeweler  Da    J.  Insurance Agent  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE GLASS,  COMMISSIONER FOR TAKING  AFFIDAVITS  FIRE, LIKE AND -  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX.  BC.  IX-  Greenwood  Stage Line  [Standard Time  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 8.45 a.m.  ���< ��'<    ���    lower town,   9.00 a.m.  Leave Greenwood 3.00 p.m. J  PROMPT  ATTENTION  TO  EXPRESS AND  FREIGHT  J_ FULLER, Proprietor  f HE PHOENIX PI01EER  Sont to   any part of the   Dc  minion for $2.(K) a yeai.-. h\f .vv-kA^ J..'    ' ..'    I,  'V,  THE   PIONEER,   PHOE^m,   B#ITI8B   COLUMBIA.  Local and General  Mrs. J. F. McDougall came' in  on  Thursday'*- train from Vancouver, B.O.'  on Tuesday's train from Grand Forks.  Lost���Pair of eye glosses. Fiuder  please return to Pioneer office and receive reward. -   v 1  Al. Keating was a passenger on  Thursday's train'for Rossland, where  his people reside.  Miss'Etta Murray left on Thursday  on a visit to her sister in Spokane,  accompanied by her niece.  Amoug'tthe passengers.leaving 'town  on Wednesday for the "coast were  Jack Ellis, W. Ellis,' B. Simpson and  H. Heselwood. .      , , , ,  M   ~"  Mrs. J. B. Munro, accompanied'by  her daughter Miss Constance, ..returned to town on Tuesday._from  Christina lake. iUSSI -'    "  (Continued from Page 1)  sufficient faith in the efficiency of  the navy that no other side but a  complete victory presented itself to  him.    He~called for a resolution en.  Mr. and Mrs. Gfust Johnson came in fdorsing the action of Canada in af.  fording aid to the Motherland  across the sea. Other speakers foi  lowed, including Messrs. Jas. Mul.  tin,-manager of the Bank of Com.  mer��e/D. Patterson, L. Adams.and  R.   K.    McCammon,   and   all   ex-  in  ���John Pickthall came up frorn.Green-  wood a few days ago, and has taken  charge of the B.C. JCopper company's  Idaho compressor. -  .- i  For Sale���The_Ford 'aomutobile < recently won in a raffle. Will sell reasonable. Apply to Morris Roberts; at  the Granby hotel. '  Ohaa.|Moore, for some months manager of the dry goods department of  the Morfin-Thoinpgon Co., left for  Spokane on Monday.  j|F. Irwin of the Bank of Commerce  staff spent a portion of'his vacation in  Spokane this week. * "His place has  been taken by J. McQuld of Fernie, -  Mrs. H. Moore,"accompanied by her  daughter, came up from the -Coeur  D'Alene on Friday"op a visit JboTxer  parents, Mr.''and Mrs. Thos. Richards.  -  >    <��� ' ���"- t  St. Andrew's -church (Presbyterian)  ���Service, Sunday next, Aug. 9th, at  11.00 a.m., Sunday school at 2 p.m., All  welcome.   Rev. J. R. Munro, minister.  Angus Smith, the genial'conduotor  ofthe local Great Northern , flier, expects to be removed- in a few days to  tlie Marcus' run. '-His place is to- be  taken by A. C. Uren.  -, *     \ -   -  Mrs. Philips, sister of D: Stafford,  'master mechanic of the Granby mine,  who has been the guest'of Mr. and  Mrs. Stafford for the past month, left  on Saturday morning for her hoine in  Regina. ��        --'.    ��'  Harry Elsmore,   president   of .the  local1 branch of the  W. F. of M.,1 returned on Friday from Denver/0bl.,  where he   attended the twenty-first  convention of   the' above-mentioned  organization as delegate from Phoenix.  Jtfrs/ M. Puddy* entertained' about  thirty of  her   friends on   Thursday  at-her residence.   The'entertaintueh'tj  which took "the form of 'a niusicide,  wa&.thoroughly_enjoyed by the guests.  heart.felt  terms 'their  and   sympatlfy  in  its  fight for  pressing  genuine    devotion  with the  old  land  freedom   and    thc    overthrow    of  German military tyranny."    One of  the speakers  made  the significant  remark 'that  in  the  light of what  had occurred in other parts of Can  ada no other course  was  open but  to  look  upon   every German  and  j Austrian in  the camp as a possible  enemy.      F.   Graham   then   threw  open the rolls of the rifle club, when  fifty additional   names, were" subscribed and a requisition made out  for 2000 rounds, of'ammunition and  a  bunch 'of   rifles,     The -meeting  closed   with     the   singing   of   the  National    Anthem   and   the   Maple  Leaf'for Ever,, followed, by, .three  cheers for the King and Empire.  , ,Tbe~fpllowing- reply to. the address  was received by the chairman, W.  Delahay, on Friday:  House of Parliament,  Ottawa,-Aug. 7, 1914.  Wm. Delahay, Esq.,-"  Phoenix, B.C.  ".My colleagues and I warmly appreciate the  patriotic action  of the  citizens of Phoenix:    Your offer has  been communicated to the Minister  of,Militia." -   *--  R. L. Borden, Premier.  DRUGS, DRUGGIST'S SUNDRIES, HIGH-CLASS  STATIONERY, PERFUMES, CONFECTIONERY  aia��a____a_____aa_______H________tjE__^^  Agent for the famous Nyal and Na-Dru-Co Preparations.  T. S. QUANCE  PHOENIX, B. C.  THE MINMRS' UNION OPERA HOUSE  ^���\.  OUR LAST PERFORMANCE  g Reels 5  >   i  *  Three Comedy's and Two Reel Features  FULL IRONSIDES ORCHESTRA  -        i ���  f    - r    <  ;       Free Dance after Show  ADMISSION  10c. and 15c.  New Blasting Explosive  The First Result  i  of Training is  !mm^^^^^^^^^^^^w^Ex' x- -'���������������. ���< u   m?^ aac^^  m$m^��;% ���- lA#av'^^^i,%'   "   - >   >������ '  ^iWm^M^f&M^^^^^i^^^M^po Brooklyn   Jf|f %J^JjLJ        ,      '     -    ~  Aiimente  .ur-  cele-  la-ate the "event the Juiapageiiient announce an extVac'speciatfiist of "attractions. The program includes three  comedies and a two-reel dramatic feature and a free dance " to follow the  performance.   The Ironsides orchestra f  According to a United States con-  sula'r report from Vancouver,, tests  have" recently been made'with a new  mining explosive called ''Sabulite,"  a factory for' the manufacture of  which is to ' be established at Co-  quit lam, b.c: - -;���; * .V * **> ,t\ K  ���* The. "chief feature* of sabulite is  that it can be Handled without dan:  gerbfath^whilefn cours^'of ffiain.;  fa^uVe and V use! bNoJsV6*.,thV ili-  gfedient. are in themselves^ expio  sive. - It is not'affected by heat or  cold*. It'has been subjected to, a  temperature of 258 degrees Fahren^  heit        -   ���     -  - -  $  The Strathcona Hotel  NELSON. B.C.  _|t*M��m HeAtotf Throughout  The ' International    Correspondence  Schools can train you at ���mall expense  in your spare time at home.  -For farther'information mark  and  mail this -  '/Coupon^  B~ C�� Agency,' International Correspon-  'l-WA*' denee Schools.tBox 26/" L ->'>-���-���  -�� w< I  Grand Forks, B.C.  'V *Ji a* ��  , "-I"?  and  75    degrees - below  zero  will furnish the music for both dance / without its properti.es being affected, j BuiwjD_r"^and  and picture show. , >      (Another salient point about the ex-l   traotl1"*  Dr. A.-G.* Hirschberg," manager of I plosive is   that no  poisonous fumes | Dmtttng**      **   "*  Pities Wond,   $5.00. per cord, j the Toxic 0Rtic&l company of Vancou-1 are given off in the explosion, only  ' ver, is fco> make a professional visit to '   '  First-class. Fir and Tarri-l  arac.Wood,'J$6.00 per cordi  , Kindly let "me know how Izhay acquire  a complete knowledge of the subject for  which 1 have marked X  Electrical Engineer  Drnamo Running-  .Electric Car R_nrin_r  St����m Kn_ioeerln_r ���-  Con-  The Finest Accommodation for  i  the Travelling Public  DININQROOM   8KRVIOE  .   UNEXOELLED.  U\na> W��ll>LI_Eht��_l  /���amplerooms. -  Phon*ia  JA*.  MARSHALL, PROP.  j*  iff Y*  V     ^  '  Show Card WriHDg  Shorthand   "  Bookkeeping  Automobile Runnin_r  Mining- Engineering-  Mine Foreman  Mctsil Prospecting  Survey! nj.  t.i >-" m , '*  MILK AND CREAM  ir'CO��l.:*.'S.&i'G��_e��al-A_Bn_ifor'Ca  ���ii.^'^^.^'S^S'i.^-j-^V**;^   ���-���>'���*-*-"������ *���*' -*���'���'^-���^--���->���.a-^.-->j^- ���":-.sv^--y.j.    < ��  i-'.-C-^gt^lS-Ms^&fesM& '.^*^^?'v^K*s^^_#S^'A'_r^5!^  ���':: tsfes^jp^^j'p'to^*'.^ ^'*<^a*^^S_N"-^i^yl'  WA:  ��m^W^f0YA:iYPYY-Y "YAAA:A-!  ^^111 ifflSGHBERG'  tym0tim?f^AA;:-: < ':...'.-;���.:.:-��'.  \;^^/^;yAAyi'^AYA;,-A:  VWi&0&Y;AAAi%i': YA :Y;<:  [^S��&&*yYA^:YY "- Ar  im0^MA1AA!yYy. -Al}  l^Y^f^YfyYAAYYcAA  mmmyAyAAYA:  gmmmmmA  w^^^^rg0^^ffyYAU,:iAyA:A'^aaaa  ^^^^^^AAAyA$AAAAA>. '&%______  Phoenix, on-August 11th. Hitherto  ir and 'Tamarac, double CUt, I this circuit has, beenUprofessionally  .nf.r cr,rA   <&7 nn'"        " /served by Dr. Kilbergj^- of the same  firm. The doctor invites all those suffering from defective eyesight to call  upon him at the Brooklvn'hotel.  By order of the provincial road superintendent, E. Spraggett, the' old de-  lapidated sidewalk; and steps leading  to the Jloman Catholic, and Anglican  churches, have beee, torn down and a  HerieVbf steps ,with a much less grade  of sidewalk have been erected. The  work, which has been carried out under the'direction .of Jos. Darraugh,  road foreman, "is a decided improve-,  inent and removes what has hitherto"  been nothing short of a public danger..  perceptible at  i per cord, $7.00'.  WOOP DELIVERED  ON   SHORT  NOTICE.      '   ": " ' 'Phono B 32  Robt. Forshaw  MING...  Eyesights  Specialist  any  Tuesday, Aug,  11  ..;;;^EYE EXAMINER8 AND MAKERS OP OJM^LITY QLA38ES  U^lr Hastings St., West   Va^ouver, B.C.  will be in Brooklyn  ^Hotei; Phoenix, B.C-   ^^'^f/HoMras    9 a.m. to 6 p.m,.  ir'^rf^^^l^^?^^^^)18^ persons with defective eyeeight call and  -      yY:. Y A:Y,Ya-.:.��� consult him.  yAtyesfyaeti jSpectacles and Artificial Eyes fitted at a reasonable cost.  ^Satisfaction guaranteed absolutely on all work done.  j a slight  odor  being  ' the tests made.  Experiments   made   in   blasting  stumps, in- which comparative estimates of  tbe   power   of tbe   new  material were made with the explo-i  plosive power of-dynamite, and it is  asserted that six and. a half pounds  of sabulite isT equal to that, obtained  from twenty pounds of dynamite.   <*  v While the "quantity of sabulite re.  quired for ordinary purposes is only  about one third of that of dynamite,  the .cost' of-producing a pound is  said to  be  about'the same.     It  is  used  solely .for blasting purposes  only.  The Ledge says a creamery will  be erected at Midway.  The rich quality of our Milk 'and  Cream   is  gaining  new  patrons  .. for us daily.     We solicit a trial.  Jl Delivery made to any part of the'  11-city.'    Mail us a card.  The PHOENIX DAIRY  '   W. _L. McKay Jfc Skins, Props.  (fame on���  ���J>etsgo  British Columbia Needs Mofre  INDUSTRIES *  Support those we have, and others will come.  B. C. MILK is produced in our own PROVINCE. It is always fresh 6n the Grocers-  shelves. - It is much.; superior to Eastern  brands, packed, no one knows* how Jong:.  BUY' B. C. MILK because it has We Fresh  Natural Flavor of Pure Cream.  FOR   SALE   AJ YOUR   GROCERS  ������  INTERSTATE!  SEPT.I23 20-1914-  Everything is*! Men's Wear  a-rctoz_ and farm art? best  soil. Sot? Catalogue for  ^&**'i^'**��-:*-'*>^  l!A?y,.Awiti'$:p.:<ft y./:Wr d  fe^iilSslf-'.,*"  a��a?.  >:V**j>��r��4��Vr-:^*-i*-'---;-'/:a'''��co'uv��r  .<>fS'.marr,st.y,;^-:yyt-^zi;ron>/iuasr  I  i��iie"*tj(ii*r�� r*>* ap ��� ti: h ^ocumbia |  Many people suffer the tortures of  lame muscles and stiffened joints because  of impurities in the blood, and each succeeding attack seems more acute until  rheumatismhas invaded thewhole system.  To arrest rheumatism it is quite-as important to improve your general health as  tc p nf\ -our blood, and the cod liver oil  i.iS- oU's ",inul=ioni,5 rziturc'sf catblpod-  nial ��� , '* 'itu its medicinal nf irishment  stre    'li the   organs   to  ."xpel   the  inir    itu    J��d upbuild your st ength.  S- Jttv Fi.iulsioiris helping 'housands  eve  ,'da\ who could not find O'herreliet.  Ri fuse Hie" alcoholic substitutes.  DNG tho Amusement Features will be Irwin's  Cheyenne Frontier Days���150 Cowboys with  a trainload of stock presenting every thrilling-.  Wild West Contest known. **<D,Polo Games  will be held daily between Canadian and American teams, competing for ihe Northwestern  International Championship  The Racing 5ro_yram will include Motorcycle liaces, Relay  D**8' /n^r? -^ace8�� Cowboy Races, and the usual Running  fteces. <U.There will be daily lectures nnd meetia"is ofinterest  m the Convention Tent. <U.Mo*e than 10,000 separate Cash  rnzes are offered and it costs nbthin_j to compete for them  i       ^^l^8monstrations of every sort of Improved Aftri-  ' coltnral Machinery will be made  All Railways will grant reduced r$j.t<?8  For Daily Program and Premium List, oddress 503 Cnam-  ber of Commerce Building, Spokene, Washington  ^  Underwear  Shirts  Shoes  Hats  ��_ etc.  "Everything a SVBan  Wears9  The new No. 7 Oliver typewriter ia  silent in its operation, but sonorous in  its hid for pepularity. It is being  swop*. ahPtt'rl on, th���� tide of popului-  appi^ival to its pioud placo far in the  forefi ont and to thc highest pinncle in  the typewriter using world. Call-at  the -Pioneer office and inspect this  machine.   G. Kay, agent.  fSFEMaEPIllSS.M  medicine; tor all Female Camptolat. '*B �� tfoi,  or three for $10, at drug- atorea. Mailed to any  address ntt receipt of price. Tub Scobblx. Dioa  Co., St. Catharine.. Ontario. t  f m$momi for Nnsr^sHS.-  '����IT?n'e ?..4 Brain; |ncr��a.t�� "j_rey matteTr';  n Tonic���will bufld you up. $o & box, or two for  IS, nt drug- stores, or by _n��ilon receipt of price.  Tsus scobbju. v��va Co.. 8t. Cati&rines. Ostuio.

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