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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Dec 5, 1914

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Array %&  The largest copper mines in  fche Dominion are situated  at Phoenix. Tho Granby  Oo. employs 600, men, and  has a monthly pay roll of  over $60,000: Two railroads '  afford access to the city.  V v V-* '</' F ] V>- Uf y^^wm  *.'!���*.<    !' -   ' *r t��VV'^ *, *vJ|jW  v.?       .. '."Vflib ���?\Art> V'HF^S  Devoted to the Interests ofthe Boundary Mining District  SIXTEENTH YEAR  PHOENIX, B.C., SATURDAY, DEC  Allies Make a Target of the Kaiser's Colonial Secretary  Granbv Minf>S'R*>firi.��n and flillv realize   the: (kara   nf   An*,  n AcCOrdinC to the latest ronnrl. rA~.:..,. A .._ *_ c.. .,  . . ' *"^���������������������������-���   r '  '      ��a/i\  Granby Mines Reopen  . The meeting called some time  ago to discuss ways and means for  alleviating the threatened distress  in local circles, consequent' on the  closing down   of the Granby mine,  and fully realize the fears of one o  the delegation that -the remedy  might-be worse" than the disease.  This unfortunately bids fair to be  the case, and there ih as little likli-  hood of half of- those already here  actinACC��rrdingr t0 the ,at?St "P^V^'ved up to late on Friday evening,  actions of great intensity were   proceeding on\he eastern  Hanks of the allied armies jn France.    No  and western  reports as to the rc��ults were  is beginning to  bear fruit.     It will | find��nl?" employment as^ it would be  be  remembered  that a  committee I for them to stake' a placer claim on  - ->    )  ��� ���\  consisting   of, the   mayor   (D.    J.  Matheson), C. M.   Campbell  and J.  E,   Thompson,   were  appointed - at  the time  to  go to Victoria and lay  the matter before  the government,  as well as to interview  the officials  of the Granby company at Vancouver.    While at the capital the delegation had the able support of Ernest Miller, the representative of this  district in the provincial house, who  was indefatigable   in   his   efforts  in  backing up the committee's representations before the cabinet. '  ���The result of their labors is that  the company has yielded  to the importunities of the government and.  agreed to resume mining, and smelt  ing operations on a considerably reduced scale.    According to present  arrangements the Granby Consolidated commenced operations on'the  3rd inst. and  simultaneously  at the  Forks preparations were commenced  for the purpose of blowing in a couple* of the eight batteries of furnaces,  to   be  followed   early   in   the   New  Year by the addition of two more.  While the action of the company  will tend to' partly solve the unfor.  tunate situation that has arisen here,  by affording employment .to those  with families dependent upon them  made public by either the British or French war departments  ki.l.H I the,Gen"an ��><�����Hsecretary, is.deecr.bed a, ben g nearly  ne r Di* T , " ^ ^"^ He WaS ridit* '�� ���� �����*��"*����  to tL 'nmUMe ^ aVidenl,f madC thC mistake ��f broaching too close  to the allies hoes,'where he was welcomed by a heavy shower of rifle  and shrapnel fire, from which he Had difficulty in making^ escape  , In the far eastern sphere of pperatioris in Poland the Germans have  apparently succeeded ,n extricating their entangled right wing from its  mng, the   number of men employed) perilous position of a few days'ago.    Both armies are now straitrhtenint?  out their lines and it is believed that the Germans are concentrating for  another furious assault on the Russian centre. One report says that the  Russian forces in Galicia are vigorously attacking the suburbs of Cracow  the moon. For these there carf be  nothing but sympathy held out, but  with only a couple of furnaces run  here is not likely to exceed 130 at  the outside, while the addition of  another two furnaces might- afford  work for a little less than double  that number altogether.  At a meeting held  on  Wednesday the  men   decided  to acquiesce! editor of the Mining and  E  in-the  25    per  cent   reduction    '  it is to be regretted that certain Til  * P��JSSe$K^iN! 4&* Boundar>^haye  not taken tfie  pains 'tcTinforrb -oiir  contemporaries of the true "nature of  the industrial  situation  as'it exists  here.- How.impolitic such an action  was may  be^ gained from   the-fact  " that within-the  last few, days ^tbere   '",  - tiap'been ari/influx.-of unemployed  '"'���into'thist-camp," which, if it: is not  Checked, will   intensify 'the situation  in  wages proposed  by   the   company,  on the. understanding that the proposition   is   but    a   temporary   one  pending  the   return    to   normal   of  conditions    in   "the  copper  mining  world.     The  local   merchants' and  others    have"  also - recognized  the  altered situation, and have promised  a reduction  in  the price of all commodities,    besides    in . some, cases  voluntarily    offering   advantageous  terms to their patrons.  With a view to counteracting any  wrong impressions that may exist  as to possible work in Phoenix, the  following telegram ' was despatched  to the Nelson Daily News on Mon^  day- last, November. 30th:  -   Phoenix, B.C., Nov. 80, 1914.  "With reference to despatch ap^  pearing in your issue today that the' ;  Granby mines were to'resume.op  ��rations on a small scale," the man  i agementwum irknowrrtha^it  be tiselesa for fmyone<to?<��me,-here v*f  looking^-for 'employment,' as there"  are' far f more /men* here -now;than -  can be employed, and therefore men.  are warned not to go ���o 'the expense  of coming here. , *       ' \  D. J. MATHESON,-  .s .. \--''i.r Mayor.  A. L. McKINNON;  Secy. Minera'-TJnibn."  Placer Mining in; Okanagan District  Haggen, the well known I of EO-1 type, driven by'kerosene,  ngweer- and mounted on wheels; and three  s in the   Iackhamm<��r Hi-iiio    ti,��   E.  A.  ing Record spent a few days  Okanagan last week, and sums tip  his impressions in the mining page  of last Saturday's edition of the  Vancouver Province, which is conducted under his supervision. He  says:  "On a visit to the Okanagan Valley during the past week the writer  j was agreeably surprised to  find the  renewed interest   taken   in mining.  This valley is a most promising one  from a mining   point  of view, and  the neglect of its   mineral   development  has   been   regretable.      Now  there   is   a   distinct change for" the  belter.    The St. Paul Mining Co. of  Kelowna, who took up the'old Morgan Group on Cherry   Creek, have  made their first  clean-up   with  ex-t  ceptionally    good    result's." <[ They  equipped the  property^ with;a  tw<S  stamp mill, and the'first run "o��\iO<L  *-o��.pre ,rt^utt^;i��>��^it��bncW5 igpj  Jackhammer drills. The compressor  is the latest type of portable machine.  Work is being pushed" ahead in two  shifts. The vein which it is proposed to prove up has a width of from  two feet to thirty feet. This "is the  most important lode mining development yet undertaken in the district.  The   operations   are   in   charge   of  Egypt or France?  Letters  recently   received   in   the  Boundary  from, the   boys who   are'  encamped with Canada's first army,  at Salisbury, seem to point to some  move of importance to take place in  the near future.     The men's bayonets   and  officers',  swords    have   all  been sharpened, a sure sign  of impending-business.     AIMhe  letters  seem to indicate a general impatience in all ranks to get to the front,  but   whether  the   front    will   be in  France   or   on  the Arabian  desert,  none of the letters seem   to give the  lightest inkling.     One thing is certain,'and that is if the boys  are to  receive   their baptism  of fire on the  This is some'of the vnchest>gold'Tore,  ever mined in the province.'*. ,/ l  >. - "Below-th'e" St. Paul is'-the" old  Cherry Creek,"'mine,'-Tnow ^eing^ <��e-  tion  Prof. A7Elftman, of Crosby, Minn, [force to  receive  G.   S.   Anthony   of Vancouver,    is  superintendent.     Mr. Athony was in  charge of the development work  done by' the former Cherry Cre.ek  Gold Mining company, ten years ago.  "One of the most interesting  things in the way of mining in the  Okanagan is a placer gold' deposit  on an old channel of Siwash Creek.  This deposit is within three miles.of  finish up their work in Germany,  it will mean for them at least two  decorations, viz., the Egyptian and  German, war medals, and possibly  the Khedive's medal in addition,  that is if there is such a personality  as a Khedive left when the war has  ceased to be. The last Canadian  this latter decora-  The Copper Situation   ^  According tq the current issue tff  Boston Commercial, copper is very  strong, and the advance  in prices,  which  started  two  weeks  ago/is  continuing.    For some weeks  past  the buying has considerably exceed-'  ed   the current  mine   output,   notwithstanding the greatly restricted  foreign demand.    Lake  is \2}4   to  I2iy��  cents  a pound/'   Reports are,  now  being  circulated  to  the effect*  that the existing surplus  of copper  in this country is only two "hundred  million pounds, and that it will s^on "  be,reduced to half that amount.    Of  course these   figures   must  be very  much   too  low.      The  surplus   un-  ^cffJ  V1- ni��  " ��� '' f\  m  & ���  V  Egyptian   frontier,   and   afterwards  doubtedly is  large;  but It has been  was   the   Canadian   voyageurs  who accompanied Sir Garnet Wolse  ley up the Nile in the early eighties.  Empire Builders  To a brother'of Major and CorrT-  mander Glossop, of Rock, creek, be-  lodgsthe   hbpof  of'beTnjjr in  com  financed, and  there  is every reason  to expect that it will be carried by  the producers until  the termination  of .the   European war opens  up unrestricted export facilities.   It is universally   recognized ^ tha? this event  must be followed by a general restocking   movement   by   European  consumers,   which   is< likely  to call  for the  immediate export of two to  three hundred million pounds of copper, and perhaps more.  r*'  ."*�����  ���J,  r.   >j  r At  M  w^^  m  W. F. ofM.-Officers  , The half-yearly election of officers ;y^-$^^$  "ofthe local branch-.oflxYsi^\^Poh%^fJ^%\h���W  M.1 took^'place^ on ' Saturday, tNbv7 �����-��*-���*  there again.-   It'is stated that: gold f onecammand.ng:the-Sydney, hav.  tb the value of $150,000  had'been yg beenrca{,ed ho��� by the Admir.  mined   bn   Siwash   Creek from^th'e TV��T 'i"'" tin,e'after ����'was  , ,   ..       ..     _        ..a   .    ��� . declared.    Ai  Id   time the first diggmg-s were struck/,-,,    '  ../there  27 years Wo."   The   nav   is j ^os^P'^o_oWns a ranch at Rock  creek    and   another   on " Christina  veloped^'by, the   Fire  Valley   Gold  Mfjning "company of St. ;-Paul,' Minn, /there  27 years   ago. - The   pay   js         _ The company'ha��-installed   a   com- /stated to have' run "from $4 to$80i. ^ , ._  Sir Richard McBride/t^e VrTvlnl |fresfor f,ant and^�� runaiogr a loy/per*da>*per"man.J" The' old channel / aKe' ^asi��ffered bimselft for service  (Continued on Page 4)  cond��etorf,-��3.i-Bellisj~ ad,  warden,  Archie'McDonald, acl; trustees, P.  McDonald^ Geo. j: Mattocks, .VV ..  Nelson,   W-, Humphries and  C. O.  ���Peterson.  To the People  of Phoenix  AFTER DECEMBER 1st, 1914, all monthly bills contracted in  this store, if paid in full, on or before the 15th of the following  month will be subject to the following discounts:  Groceries & Provisions, Overalls, etc.        5%  Dry Qoods and Furnishings -���     -      10%  i _  When cash is paid at time of purchase, discounts will also be  allowed. These discounts will not apply on goods sold in our  Wholesale Department. In connection with these Discounts, we  wish it distinctly understood that they are allowed solely for the  purpose of doing our share to meet prevailing conditions; and that  just as soon as the regalar wage scale is paid in camp, they will  be immediately discontinued. ";   '���  __  We are also pleased to announce the following reductions in  prices (on which the Discount of course will apply):  low level tunnel 25 feet 'above tbe j outcrops about 50^ feet above the  flat on which stand the old -Mona- /present bed ofthe creek and about  shee buildings.' It is proposed to 13,000 square feet of drifting have  drive this tunnel 1000 feet, and the I been done, resulting in an average  work has now advanced 120 feet, (gold return of about $1 per square  This tunnel will give a depth on the j foot of bedrock mined.   Last week's  fat the front.  ���/at  I am  One ofi the jCaoadian   cpntingcnt*  Salisbury' jwas   recently  Bred  at  d abounded while oo sentry.  3C  3C  Sugar 20 lbs. Sacks,  now      - >   v     $1.75  "   100 lbs. Sacks  ���'"          -               8.60  Raisins 1 9b. Packages  "       ���    2 for 25c.  Apples, per Box  ; " $1.50 and $1.75  Lump Sugar  "       2 lbs. for 25c.  Banned Beans       -  .:.���'"                2 for 25c.  Rice     -       -.-'���       ���  "       3 lbs. for 25c.  We are sure you will agree with us when we say that this  Store has done its share during the shut down, and  now that conditions are getting brighter,  we think we are entitled to your  business. -'  If we have stood by you during the hard times, it is surely not  too much to ask you to stand by us now.  BELIEVE US, WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT.  ore deposits outcropping on the sur  face of 700 feet, and is the first attempt at deep mining yet done in  the district. The company started  operations in September, and built  bunkhouse, diningroom and kitchen,  compressor house, blacksmith shop,  oil house, powder house and assay  laboratory.. The plant installed includes an Ingersoll-Rand compressor  output was at'the rate of $1.50 per  square foot. The bench overlying  the old channel is 100 feet in thickness, and consists of boulders on  bedrock running from about 40 lbs.  to a ton or so, with pebbles and  sandy deposits overlying. The values  so far proved up give a return, of  about 27c. per cubic yard of ground  available for hydraulicing.  Failed to Come Back  oPFin  meson  'AgWIHI  ' Scottie Lackie, a former resident  of this city, whose 'friends once  labored under the delusion that in  him they had discovered a possible  "white hope," has again entered  the pugilistic arena and found to his  cost that it is a difficult matter to  "comeback." Unlike his final attempt in Phoenix, which by the way  is^ still a matter to be whispered  about, this return to the ring cannot byany stretch of the imagination be termed a fake. True, it on-  1% lasted three rounds, but we are  informed that while it did last, our  qne time "hope" witnessed an exceptionally fine display of fireworks,  and left the ring with a hanging  jaw, the result of a well-aimed right  swintrer.  One More Guest  In the porches of hundreds of  churches of all denominations  throughout the British Isles, may  be seen a list containing the names  of all members of that particular  church who are on the firing line,  All the lists are surmounted by tie  pleading headline: "Pray for us,"  and in some cases the words aie  slightly changed and read, "Pray  for them."  - Otto Wirth, of .Rock Creek, who  was arrested some time ago by  Customs' Officer Kerr, of Midway,  was^taken under military escort to  the Vernon detention camp last  week. He was a German reservist,  and according to accounts nothing  of a suspicious or incriminating  nature was found among his effects.  He had incurred considerable suspicion among his neighbors by his  uncomplimentary references to the  flag under which he earned a living,  and it is thought that his attempt to  cross the line was but the initial  move in a contemplated trip to the  fatherland.  The Kaiser has sent the following  prayer to the pastor of the German  Lutheran church of Atlanta, Ga.:  "Almighty, merciful God, Lord of  Hosts, we humbly beseech Thine  almighty help for our German  Fatherland. Bless the entire German armament, lead us to victory,  and give -us grace that we may  show ourselves as Christians al-,j  towards our enemies. Let us soc a  attain peace, safeguarding lastin^'y  the honor and independence rf  Germany."  'Phone 56  P. O. Box 309  The Little Store  v  First Street.  McKay & Knight, Props.  Friends and Patrons  We desire to express our thanks to the many Friends  and Patrons for their loyal support'during the first  year of our business career in Phoenix.   As in  the past we will endeavor, as far as possible, to meet the prevailing conditions  as they exist here, and our prices  will be found to compare favor-  ��� ably with those of other  merchants in the city.  We respectfully  ask for a  continuation of  your valued support,  and in return announce  that commencing Dec. 1, a re-  bate of 5 Per Cent  will be allowed on all accounts  paid before the 12th of  the current month.  OUR 'XMAS FRUIT HAS ARRIVED.  New Raisins, Currants, Figs, Peel, Dates.  VJi K>\��tW��IW4F'-*h-i 2 ffiftft>-*S M."' -*�����*��*{�����*���> ��H-H��3  fJWKftKTJUJVe  ��.W\W1**-1*^^K  *f*tV*SWHK^SieSMt*  S-a-il&lMMH S.'BKPWK?'* j^yiysm  i  i'iVYiW'i  ���"      i'y--i :i-;7' <" ''7?fe-7w^-   ;':':$��%:'"' ^'k'':/���!��� ���".;"  TjSE  [EBB.    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ato,00a;a^a^7 Toalljintents and  .purposes;that;,,is:7d.ead.v;7 A modern  .battleship;c^tsabbut  ^O.OCW.OOO.  ���:lf.^G^rm3^^c^d;f:^^ a British  :bat|lesriipjeyeryi;day;sh'efiWould still  te^orivtbe^^ ledger  ?ynti.l|W^^ for  ^cbmhierceVrT^yahcouver Province.  |S��i^!p!Mifeca^:177'777S  l��K.i'!,SW5*i'ii^  rifP^S :Jf *M$>'"'<75�� --'-V^sV'f.V'A. "'* 'fiyy ���"'������������ '';-;.SS  Si  sIkij#  ��lONEER*.  wbbkly'7>7^ -.7^7 k':.;;  itor Mqubr Lloorice (80 days)��� ���W.OO  :|Apiyi)a.tion for Transfer of ��iooribo......7.$7.60  ^7C��^lncate of Iniprovomont notice foo days) $7.50  ; Application to Purchase hkiiA notices (80 days):  M}P$:k��$&i0Mfkl kkkkP^W"^ l P0*?���?*; notices. (90 days) ;vV.. 110.00  ;p7M>jbt>Gener^l|vdn;\'-D^sfirth  (re-  ;!^e^)ii7iri7.an;7arU^ to  ;tbe7>Hambu^^  f g;!jNb]bbject;w^ be served  ;by5:taki^any:nptice^p|:'the accusations ;g of��:bar^anty7-1 eveled against  Germ^nybyithei foreign critics. We  owe7.,7ho;7;explanatiqnv'7tb anyone.  Whatever;7act7;committed by our  irbops: fqr7the: p^  ing,;;deifeati^ the  eberiiy.-is;;a::'hraye;act: and fully justified;;;.;7Germanystalads-the supreme  arbiter:vbf:her 1 bvyn7me^qds.  , It is  ���of; ;nb xbnsequence^whatever, if all  the monuments ever, created, all the  pictures ever painted,\ all7the  buildings ever "erected by the great architects of the -wbrld   be destroyed, if|  by their7destructioW;'we: promoted  Germany's ^ictocy^C  War  is   war.  The'Ugliest sbneplaced tb mark the  ;burial.fbf-a.--'Ge'rman^7gren;adier  is a  more  glorious  rnpnument  than all  the.cathedrais  inI 'Europe- rfut   to-  getHerv7 ^hey/b  What of it. 7We,rscprh7them  and  $25.00: ....        :.h   .,..,..j.,,,,,.., .  ooj'J theirkab iisekk^kkkk^y-y^ky i.':  ���   fy^iForkmy'lpart^ in this  war,l,wejhaYe^merited"the:title of bar-  ^bariansvg:;EetS^ and  bur:77 ehemies7gcease7 -Stheir empty  bhatter^;:7whte com  pared jottfeTft^ Let  in.; i -'tjjiemni^  >��f��-;i'j';r'^  '    an^-iidRHie^ras^ which  iiBKAV^m*^ s^HG+Ai^v- ^0avek^ar^k^^^'M&M troops  K:-'"��S;i-SU��v���� else  /matters'"? '^���0kkSk"^kk~kkkkk:kk  French Tribute to English  The Figaro,  Paris, publishes the  following extract  of a  letter from,  one of its.readers at the front: "Yesterday,  at  roll  call,   our company  commander said:    'Today it is not  your chief but  your  comrade  who  calls you together.      Near our tren-j  ches four English soldiers who were  killed last  month  are taking their  last rest.    Would  you  not like to  celebrate All Saints' day by placing  wreaths  upon, their graves, which  are familiar to you and which appear  neglected? Let us get some wreaths  and let us take them together to the  graves of those who   have died for  the defence of our soil.'  "The men then dispersed, in silence and went into the woods,  where they made wreaths of ivy and  holly, and the, graves, marked by  two plain crosses, around -which  shells were bursting, were covered  with these tributes.  "The.section, fully armed, assembled by the graves, and a simple but  touching' ceremony followed. The  offict r in command, speaking with  deep emotion, .paid tribute to'Our  English comrades who had fallen for  France,' and we.cried 'Vive l'Ang-  leterre.' The'picket then rendered  military honors, after which   we re-  * < r  sumed our places in the ��� trenches."  The letter adds: |*We should like  our English friends, and bereaved  families to know we celebrated All  Saints' day by putting flowers upon  the graves of their dead. The dead  are Lieut.. B. MacQuire, Privates H.  C. Dover, R. Byrne, and Ford, ofi  the Royal Dublin Fusiliers."     , -  ,j��  <^g��  ^  No Extra Cost  Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is not  a contributor to the increased cost of living.  Its price- has not advanced, although  there.has been a great increase in the cost  of cream of tartar, from which it is made.  Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder makes  the finest and most wholesome food and is  most economical in practical use.  Dr Prices  _        CREAM  Baking Powder  Made from Pare* Grape Cream of Tartar  NO ALUM  m��W��^^^W����^^S��^S^SS^S��^S����^��^m  |7|Beeause7^ has  ���b\eentf!o)xed^^ and  Jj^ffisequeft^f?^ been  !;dr$w$^  'ab^^ un-  |tifjc|p��!^ Etri-  ijiplllsSi^^ that  thejtwq|great��co��htnii8>ihavev4ived  Mineral Act. '  FormF.  CERTIFICATE OF-IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  The winter styles for dogs appeared for the first time at the St.  Regis hotel, New York, when two  of Mrs. Thomas Powers' Pomeran  ians left the hotel. in the afternoon  garbed in sweaters. But that was  not all. In the sweaters were  pockets, and' in   the  pockets were  handkerchiefs. A man who did not  know the ways of New York marvelled at the handkerchiefs and said  "Do these Pomeranians have colds."  ^^i^iiiqu,et'  |respe'^  '^"''���v- ���    -" ������' ''%;he.^Bjjtish-j;-n^  ,w6^;^p^eirali:at7?the^^  re^^in^J;!li)^ited|;St^s-t^  Germany^7'h^ye,f;sbeen7;:exporte  ne'utrial, bqttbrns7   :GbodsV'reaching  Germahy7tVbm7(the  Uniled; States  mustrbe 7 non-con trabarid^   and; go  tlirbugh"7; heiitral   pprts;7    ProbHbly  niost of thegbods reaching Germany  doT^q; through Holland, Denmark or/  S^dep7 77Repqrts from the German  se'i7'pbrts 'indicate   that7the   great  citiies   of 7Harnburg   and    Bremen,  wliich7 depend   for^ their) living on  shippingVjire .lifeless,   while   other  porjts^are suffering  in 7 very similar  fa shiqn; f. Germany's total import and  expoittrade amounts to about $14,.  some intricate pc  Jyjand^vtth- dignityvsettled thegriev  imMvfc^la^irec^jrfi^  plnie^tBeStime'SisI^ for  )u��^||anygrateg^  ;tiqn^bu^we|Galnjaffe  "Sterllntrham Fractional" Mineral Claim, situate in the Grreonwood Mining-Division*of  Yale district.-  Where located:���In Lottie T. Camp.  TAKE NOTICE, that I, Isaac H. HaU��tt as  agent for William Farney, Free Miner's Certificate No. 6807, intend sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  for a Certificate ef Improvements for the  purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  above claim. . ���' . -."_, ���/ - ," ;,- '���,.-. - ,  ?- And JCurther^Ukejaqtice:th��t action, /mndoc  section ,37, must be~ commenced before th* iMue  of cmch.C��Tti&cate,at,Improvemeixtai.? <" yJhli  ^Datied'thW ��th dayyotrjuly,-A.Dri9li.7 *^T "  '.'k-'k/'^'*. %"--' ,r " -*I./HrikALLETT.'-  WOOD  First-class Fir and Tam-  arac Wood, $6.00 per cord  Pine Wood,  $5.00, per cord.*  Fir and Tamarac, double cut,  ��>; pec cord, $7.00.' ".  wood diuvirIiv on short  i>-  Robt. Forshaw  Shoes that Fit!  We make a specialty, of Miners'  t 'y . Shoes; goed fit, nice shepe,- and  yk^,, nothing bat the best of eteek used  % ^8ATISFAY?W0N OUARAOTEED  NICK PALORCIA,  Knob Hill Aveu    .   Pho��nlx, B.O.  Extra Municipal Wholesale  Liquor Licence  NOTICE.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that  on tbe 26th day of November next application,will be niadetb the Superintendent of , Provincial' Police ,for the  grant of fan Extra Muuicipal Wholer  sale Licence for the sale of liquor in  aind'upon the premises known as thwS,  Phoenix Brewing CoX Ltd., Phoenix!  B.vC.r:r -v ���"���"   ' -^ ."  , -Dated:this 24th day of Oct., 1914.'  ALBERT BINER,  Phoenix Brewing OoM Ltd. 1  |5;;T^ie7fail.Uf^^f;|Tu^ mean  'jtfe$:kgis%^ , flag  frpjm^t1^^o\qea^^qr0^n^' from  iEur]b^.5ig|[^3Turic7^ de-  ^parJySiti^;tKeT^J^3tot3.m bag  ;;^d|ba|^g|i|^m|Ej��  ^^v^iU^be^rt^tiS^ the  *able-is7tha^the7;twb^  "XV^A.W.V%jP**!^-^.^-^>.^S^#sP^?ct:uy^e^.^>iviLlI^^-bts the  ����^;p.��is^ tu ry  ;haYeK:S'aved.-;/,fiis^^  ^ianoe-with^that other? (power; wrjich  ;fervt'^  '^'xisrtencft-of,.; t^^imprre^^l^^^j  y 7-The; dejp^r tmen^.of'kjoz, ticie^ta tei;  that;there: is. nothing^inl tlie^Dbm^  -ibion laws7which7^1lo^  apd Austriansj Tiiiot^baturaii��<ilv\ tix  .vote.;- in muoicipalSeiectibpsi^^.nid  the^:are supposed;not to do so.i It  is; however^ really a provincial  matter, and; it is understood lhat  in some instances 7 the provincial  authorities haVe allowed aliens to  vote.7" ���77;'77.7"7-,:..'t ' .'���     .." .'  f ".  flk  lf-i  for g ardon end far more best  for JB.C.soil. See> Catalogue- fox  solid ��fueurantee> of purity  and iJerminatioii  Send now tax Copy free  [ Sutton &Sona:ih9Kin��s Socdmon  ' A. J.Wo o ol vv a ret  Vtci-orta     %      Vancouver      I  ,   $t& Fort-St. 667.GranvilloSh  SJte AceMTS row British Columbia  The German emperor has bounced  his commercial agents and told them  to look around for other jobs. These  thousand sons of Ananias have been  a great factor in bringing on -the  present; war, for in addition to their  efforts in fucthering the, commerce  oi" the: fatherland, they have added  to their duty the contemptible work  of the.dirty spy;  SYNOPSIS; OF COAL  MINING^REGULATIONSl  Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  in., Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories and in a-portion of the  Province of British Columbia/may be  leased for a term of twenty-one years  at an annual rental of $1 an acre. 'Not  more than 2,660 acres will be leased to  one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant in, person to the  Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in  wHich' the rights applied for are Situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of .sections, and in unsur-j  Jyejred^territory the tract, applied fon  shall be staked out by the applicant  himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $6 which will be refunded if the righte applied for are not  available, but not ofcfitej-wise. A royalty shall be paid on t*e w��*9l��Trjrfcable  output of the mice at the rate ef five  cents pei* ton.  7.The person operating thp mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for"-'the full qxiantity of  tiierchawtttble coal mined ahd pay the  royalty: thereon. If. the coal mining  rights are not being operated,.such.returns-should he furnished at least once  ;a'yej.r.7  ��� Tr a leiise will include the coal mining  rights ouly, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available  surface righte may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at the rate of $10.00 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the SecretaryM the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa,  or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  -: W. W. CORY, :  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���Unauthorized   publication  of  this advertisement will not be paid for.  The iSL^,  Phoenix  Pioneer  i.       '   >  has for 16 Years,been recognized as the Mining  Medium of the Boundary  country.  Helps British War Fund  The Maharajah of Mysore, a very  wealthy Hindoo ruler, startled Great  Britain recently by giving more than  $1,600,000 to the war fund ofthe  Empire. He gave what is known  in his native tongue as fifty lakhs of  rupees.  ..    /  In the matter of ad-  vertising, it reaches the  right kind of people, and  an- advertisement  in  its  - columns- is certain- of  quick and profitable  re-  "- suits.    ��� In the matter - of alt  things pertaining to the  progress ofthe district it  is a reliable and trustworthy authority. It's  American subscription list  is one of the largest in  the Kootenay.  When arriving in town  subscribe for it. When  leaving keep your subscription alive. You may  want to come back again.  Advertisers should call  or write for our Advertising rate card. The local  paper is the local medium  for  local   business   men.  Send in Your Stationery Orders and  Holiday Printing to the  ���I*  Phoenix Pioneer  THE HOME OF  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  Published Every  Saturday Morning:  Why Not Have Your Stationery  Printed toy 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  N�� .Jote Too Large, None too Small  The p]  $2.00 per Year in Advance.  $2.50 per Year to U. S,  *  j  s&gmmmsms  rA>*��lf *.��V,'l >?' ^.WKS^Vifrtrf.j iV '••<._' '':'.7■','.''
Pe>lM case .may;'be similar to yours
;'-'»i'.0i!Son,en'!~' r* K,ves mo'■»«'<*'Pleasure to bo able
■/..to send you.,«, teatimon bI. If by lts"reachlnw aomn ■
.sufferer your 'mod.cinei.will dou^uchSrhtoos ttw;
have for me.   At. tho aire of fourteen I wris^roubleS '
Sv t^InTa^ho hn™i^*9 ^i18' l w*s persuaded by
'■ r?y- Sr    " . • w<b0 ?nve ^way» been.Bti-onir believers In
JnSK; t J.i0"11..0?6 bottl° Bnd <ho bolls all dis-
appeared, but I did not stop at one bottle. I took thr««
ttvt?rytJ,S/ortyyr»U * tbo *Go,den *«"<»'
"Following; an operation for aimandlcltls two »m.. „<», t
for-over forty years has
7been: lending itB aid to juBt
such cases as this.. In our
possession we have thousands of testimonials of likei
.; characterv:/;-;''77,- -'.. ■-7:?7;7,- ■.-y
y Perhapsyou are skeptical^
but isn't: it worth at least a
trial in view of such strong
testimony? Isn 't it reason-,
able to suppose that If it
has done so much for others
it can do as much for you ?
Your drusrtrlst will supply you In
liquid or tablet form, or you can
send 60 one-cent stamps for a trial
pox.   Address
loos paa» book.    Dr. H. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. T.
Queen's Hotel
We beg to announce the reopening ofthe Queen's Hotel.   This
popular hotel has been completely refitted throughout;    •
everything new and up-to-date.    Large lofty rooms,
heated with hot water".   Perfect fire appliances.
Night and Day Service
Patrons of this hotel will  find in it all the comforts ol home.
Perfect satisfaction is assured allour, guests.   .It is
the most centrally located, hotel infltown. '
Bar Stocked with Best Wines, Liquors, Cigars
' ., A. >J a/
Excursion Rates East
•" *    .      ,., . - -
Are Now On
Do not decide on ttie Eastern; Holiday trip'before
',_ 'rv- seeing" us.   ": - .
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\\„- JV„ . „kk-y /       ^VV. INGRAM, Agent, Phoenix.
.Applications for; additional brewery
licences in Vancouver have been;:be-
fore the governmentarid ^efusetl^7;7
'7-7 Col^Gran t' Mdrden :7ofl:; Mon t&a),
who was recently appointed
in command ofthe advancerbmbuht
. '^.''Ri^flrju^
.; binder in 7^
briquettes by a: new 'process frbtri
coal dust, lignite, peat or sawdust
Additional orders for 10,000,000
cans of corned beef and 250,000 fat
hog backs have been placed with
Chicago packers by the French government.
Apparatus to be ' fastened to a
man's feet as he lies in bed to make
his legs go through the motions of
walking has been invented to treat
victims of partial paralysis.
The Very Rev. Arthur John Doull,
M.A., dean of Christ Church cathedral, Victoria, has been chosen
bishop of the newly constituted
Episcopal diocese of Kootenai.
A Tokio dispatch to Reuter's
Telegram company reports a serious
mine disaster in Hokkaido, the northernmost of the main islands of
Japan. It is" reported that , 437
miners are dead.
The Morning Post Voll of honor
contains the name of Lieutenant
Harry Marshall McKay, ofthe Royal
Engineers, killed in action on November 13. He was the eldest son
of Col. H. K. McKay, of Vernon,'
Twenty-three persons were killed
and a number injured in the earthquake which occurred on Friday in
western Greece and Ionian islands.
The mountain of Pefkoulia collapsed
Tpritain's Soldier Hero
The Daily Telegraph published a
poem by' Rudyard Kipling on the
passing of Field-Marshal Lord
Roberts on Nov. "l8, the day Great
Britain's soldier hero was laid to
resti Following three verses are
taken therefrom:
"flfepassed in the very battle-smoke
Of the war that he had descried;
Three hundred miles of cannon spoke
When the Master-Gunner died.
He passed to the very sound of the
But before his eye grew dim
He had seen the faces of the sons
Whose sires had served with him.
Clean, simple, valiant, well-beloved;
Flawless in faith and fame,
Whom neither ease nor honor moved
A hair's-breacfth from his aim."
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yiK.kk't fcsi &.
I. O. O. F.
Snowshoe Lodare
No. 48
Meets every Monday Evening
Oddfellows' Hall. Visiting breth
cordially invited. , -.
Harry Elsmore, Noble Grand
A. L. McKinnon, Fin. Secy.
Jas. Pierce, Rec. Secy.
* Dainty Garments—Fine Linen
These are surely worth your
best care and the use of nothing but the soap that cannot
hurt the finest fabric—
Here's the Sunlight way:
T->- ' 'SI
First, soap the garment; then roll
it up to soak.    After a while, rinse
well and the dirt practically drops
out.     No   wearisome" scrubbing,
no hurtful   rubbing—the    gentle
strength of Sunlight does the work
almost without
effort  and  en-
* tirely    without
Try one cake—
you'll find it's
kind   to    the
At all grocers     hands, too.
«.»««■ ..'i^ssEgaa.e.»3aB
Daughters of Rebekah
Phoenix Lodge No. 17
-Meets in tho Oddfellows'Hall,
First and Third Wednesdays.
Mrs. W. Humphreys, Noble Grand
Mrs. O. D. Bush, Secretary.
,, >s—
A. O. Johnson, Prop.
First-Class Accommodation for Miners
■.■j",:     j
Your Milk Supply
Should come from healthy and vigforous Stock,
manner Separated Cream, insures purity and
quality. The Dairy produces both.
THE DAIRY      J. W, Han mam, Prop.
is our business and we are
here to please you. - The
next time that you   want
any Billheads, Letterheads, Envelopes, Statements, Circulars,
Cards, Dodgers---in fact, anything in PRINTING, phone 14
and we will
sho w yon
samples: : :
Phoenix Pioneer a is. AJwayjs Get Results
Read in every home. Ifyou h: ve a house or furniture to sell, its disposal is certain after an ad. in the Pioneer. Give the experiment a trial
in the cheapest and most satisfactory advertising.mart in.the Boundary.
and crumbled away for a distance of
two miles. .   ,
This war has been to an extent
altogether unexpected a-cavalry war
says a British officer, and stated that
on an'average each trooper had used
up three horses since the beginning
of the war. He himself had lost
four horses.
Hillcrest mine was ~the scene of
another fatal accident, when the lives
of two,men,were*soiffed out instant'-
lyf ^The-Hwo men were William
Thomas "and Pacific Sinetta, and the
cause "of the fatal occurrence was the
breaking of a rope cable on £7o. 2
slope.   ■
Grand Duke Michael, of Russia/
Jjj has presented to the French army,
one million pairs of shoes which had
been ordered from Webster, Mass.,
factory at an average price of $3 per,
J pair. Some enormous orders for
shoes for the Russian army also!
have been placed in America.
Germany's eight 17-inch howitzers, the great siege guns which
played such havoc with the/ortifica-
tions of Liege, Namur, Maubenge
and Antwerp, have been returned to
the Krupp works at Essen for repairs. They have been severely
strained, and their breeches have
been damaged in the fighting.
The newspaper Wort announces
officially that Germaay thus far has
paid to Luxemburg 1,280,000 francs
($256,000) for damage done to the
fields and crops by the passage of
the German ^roops, and 311,000
francs ($62,000) for the use of roads
and the damage done to streets and
A storm-damaged German hydroaeroplane with German officer and
mechanic aboard fell into the sea
south of Cape Fornas, Jutland. The
aviators were rescued and interned.
They saicf they had left Kiel and
flown over Helgoland and along the
Schlesvvig. There they encountered
a heavy storm and were unable to
control the machine.
According to the Eclair, a French
Jeweler "named Anthony Jacques,
has invented an arrow bomb for de-
stroying Zeppelins, which is quite
harmless when it strikes a hard surface, even with great force, although
it can be set to act as a percussion
bomb if desired. Expetiments made
in Paris recently showed that when
the arroAv-bomb struck a comparatively flimsy fabric, like the envelope
of a dirigible, it promptly exploded,
but when thrown violently against ;i
steel plate it fell harmlessly to'th;
ground. The inventor-has place 1
his invention at the disposal of tlu
war department.
Phoenix Aerie No. 158
IVleets in Union Hall, Friday Evenings.
Visiting brothers are always welcome.
Dan Patterson, W. P.
T. R. Clarke, W. Secy.     ,
Hotel Brooklyn
The Only First-Class and Up-To-Date
Hotel in Phoenix. New from cellar
to roof. Best Sample Roomsfin the
Boundary, Opposite Great Northern
pepot.      V   V      Modern Bathrooms.
D. Bush, Prop.
Phoenix, B.C.
>? i
K. of P. Lodge,
No. 28
Meets TuE8DA-r Evening at 7.30.
Sojourning1 brothers cordially welcomed.
C. H. Knight, O. C.
E. E: Babneb, K. of K. S',
A Nice Selection of,the Latest    '     -, " J-*
Victor Records, especially
->   the latest dance music y-\-A^ ':';?•,%{''
> if" <
New Songs,\"etcs V-
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Mountain Temple Lodge No. 17
Meets in Pythian Hall, Lower-Town
Sepond and Fourth Thursdays.
Mrs. E. E. Barnes.
Mrs. W. Wills,
■       - - • -p.—        H
1%   yy   l.--\y-y*;.i " -   \i ,   >   ?¥,:'y'k •?* <°> • -' <L ;i -'' I ^''?:<,-
E. A. Black, Jeweler
greet the coming- of a case of
Because the Beer is so good
and wholesome it brings the
'PHONE  23
Everything in Men's Wear
Clot hi ng-
Caps, etc.
Thos. Brown
- >77"iJ
"Everything- a Man
Of all kinds promptly attended
to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders.     Phone A65.
James G. McKeown
medicine for all Femnle Complaint. $5 a box,
or-three for $10, fit drug stores. Mniled toany
address on receipt of price. The Scobeli. Drug
Co., St. Catharines, Ontario. i	
for Nerve and Drain; incrcaaes "grey mntter";
n Tonic—will build youup. $8 a box, or two for
|5, at drupf stores, or by mail on receipt of price.
The Scouex-l Druo Co.. St. Catharines. Ontario.
Goodyear Tires and Tubes
Oompressed Air oh Draught
.Insurance Agent
7"* ro^^Af!V>  ���l'>":'''-'';'.:%- r ^*-";'*)��'(-''^^  jfSjfcfflyS^ *   '"'dfeffSL'y 4S&& M^ffi^y^^  r-\v.- &is^i&"M��fXjkW99HR9n  L r^feifflit iiiiI.|llStf  ���SffiRi^#��'4*V^7��##   a?te-��'it-'A��-'-'fev-^'>v-^'--v^v  P#Kst??jli?#;feS��''   ^Sfe^O't'^'il^^  ��311  W'1*V|'fr".f!.'ifi":l't",V?M-,1?*''-*ui't'"v'vvW-",'^'l       rM'tw^''1 -������'���'- ���*��� -.* ''    ���*. ���- -.  ���������'���. " -'  ' -   ���   "     '        "-'     "'    .. ���'',!l '   ���   ���   ���������������    ./V. ._���'��� '-' 'r   'J  ��i(^|i;i|^|B|^  y\  r|Ciay|^;||M||j":.'".;v;:7'��� ^77,7 - ��� 77 .-'^v 77  ^^^M^> W^-'^^':r��'?';^ ?���' 7-'' "���) :'k'  ' ;JTh&;Finest;^^ for  .|ff;:&e  '"'-^MUNEXCELtf^  ���;!,,>�� - '. "J, I  'b'nJTOursda^^^ ' 7'$  :Sph&S$C^b��  :<3r��^:jp^^  'from; h^imnph.: at puriefe|'f>^^67'.p7^^  '^Tllkiir^^  ^a^5pn^a^sbOTt':7yisit! 'to J Mr:? Hiift^;  ;wh;p:::;has:^  pa^eg^  f kjAI}" thpsehayi ngVphbneB' pleaa��|e��U;  -up^jMeKa;^^  ;ceiv&'ithei^  McKay!slmi^^  >'0$}-BJevl I^'^Bt&hananKof^W^fvy^  .wiil:'neeupy^he;^  Presbyterian church, oh 8uaday^neiti  -' . 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MARSH A L L, PROP.  ggggiwi'  ��� '��� ��� ...., ��� ���.. J.. 77,  ^1*1 iiiiwiafiEiM;  The rich quality of our Milk and  .';'.   V'A&V''.  theidbh; init/IvServico7comm  .-- v Word-'-waa';; reeeivea:;-;8n .,-��� towD^durinlfi;  ���the7week>'^^^^  pf.SBhbemit^aiiid?n^  wa'8;''maktrig^rlapidf:p^  recovery':'frbms''anJbperatib^  dicitis. ''};^M-^^2c:-^SQ^Si^^  '(.   W. D. WiJIiams and ;.a;party'bfjlocaj'  ; hunters, are up;3he ^eiafc #p^lsw^'  :. i ng; a7 wihter^siipply ,;of; mpwitch^sv,Khe:  last;time7 BiilV'wa87pufc^i^y���ji;b^^  back/a':B'p^cies^of7i>uzz^  :wae 'sbiniV-kind 'of :.��#il^L ;fciM(i^^M^  ;. .'���',:.-  ���-.:'-'       : :: ^���V-:'\/..V./.:--'i.:'^-.'':U'.',..',,.AVf^  [yAUkAn drene -^returned 7;to i^ towrpxitt  :Weduesday;fr.pm7hw^  8bn'.;*':With"t^^  ;pf f riendsf lie - liaW^clasufM^^b^  able^ifcrAcfc'-bf^Jana^M  *^. _.\_���.-i��'' *���*#' tt-asMA'.' 4*>%' ...'ihliMM 'iWaa^ :H nam mtMn:AjiVf'  MHI^BBK^i^^W.^^^^  r./.'tfilt-^-Cfl'j'W  tation   froni 'Phoenix .which   made  ���'. ':;'- .'V-'-Vp'v:;.-.^.'^-.-'^;.-,"^^-^V-^fc:-'-'<f'^'''^f''^^;^Vi'r^  such representations.to the1 jyoverb-'  ment and  the  Granby company;as  ;ftave-;;)eiC^o^^$dec  operations on a somewhat restricted  .-  f. .''.>.���!;!."���. -'{..���.a.-.-'*-. ..:y..,.-,,'.-;. ';:%vf;v-V w:i}.;''K.!;��-''?^;:  basis��7 Mr;rMiUer stated that during  ipecemlierViiit^s^ibten^^^  t wo^futnajpes^na'ndj pitr;-  ���day.iYan'd/yin^an^  The railway lines which-have been  t. '���'. ' ' '., 'n'v"-.j:-'-.-;-,' ���*''*.''��� ..'^'.'^.���.,:?:   .v. "'i'^:.' ,-:;r',-l'*V':-;"''r-;''  :-:!; '��� '"'/:-���'  operating with'reduced crews 'since  to'e-'sbu^^  'm'ii^^lS^^Ei^l^ilf^SI  .',;.- -,< ������';'.������',','��� ,:t'K   ':1   ^-. ��� ���-*"^' - ���-��� ���  --   ��� .-��� �����'.*��� ��� . ;^..^.vV;.-^  !^i'ne;g^b^d^|;|^5^^  ���ft^^%ll$^f|ll-7y^ 'vjumpOT'?and^^  ^^���^^���^^.���iay^'g^  tfl||P^^org^^:;^ ^t'Tjraiil^e^rite^ftha^e  ^M^MM^W^iSM^^kk^MMi imemo'er^^ttbeB^ii^ii^  vWOOD.^DELIYCRED'-'sONA'SHORT .t>*"-:,��iv^-'i,i'--'''>iV:.-'':'/,"V4>A--ii;'^  MnTirF   - ��� .ph��r��* R a*   cording to  his letter there are about  The  action   of the  company, which  [v^^-fffa#ii^4fe},t^g��aMaaslMa��aai^M^  Am&kr.  ^i|<^r\NNUAI^MEETING^isf  Rink' Company, Limited, will be held in  'thb^Scandinaviab Hall,;"bn TUESdX.Y  77;!Nowj^afcMe^c^ld}weat^  ,���;.. Commending December 1st, we will give our Customers a discount of - ���  !!ic^';'i;'M':.^>;|;iFlV^  ;%S7'7;>-g7:777''l^ ���:��� ~:y :��� ,7: 'y .< *y y -.y 7.7:^  <^-:7  :?3K?A:;7vi7^  VijSvi-vliS'''.  .' .-'..-.''^V-'.iJ^-V' '-.:���'-'-  ri ., ���     h:---.'.^i'-'-*'.V-.;,'.'   :-."*.v... ';.'.-"���'.'; .--'  ykk:>kytk:  y:fi';';i��>!'!ttte**^<y.:::'*iiS&i^ '-���'. ?ni, 'S'ir4  '���^y.';'.-r'-.-.'.ir;.:;'^:,i-.':^^;^--.!.>iUj-.jT:>T'^j-'-.r>'^'i ^.:!..''-;��--^,t ;>-y!  ^^7^^!^^^^^'^HBaA^^fe^^iBft^^;^^^';^-^^  ^-^^ri;;;-^:H:'^.^?P^BS5^^Pa��PB^B!^Jajs^-':.^  {..SEALED TENDERS, addreased to  the Poatmaster General, will be received  atsOttawa imtil noon, on FJridayi the 8th  Januai^,, .1915, rlorythe conveyancer of;  Hia^Majeaty^a Mails, on a. proposed con  jtf��^piy?^^y^y?yM.y  I,:'.-,;.'{-/,- i'">py'!-M..t ';---.-/,'.S'',r^;i--',-'.-i^-  ��lIl^iiiiil^i!lM^  ��S7li^l^^I��?T|CI^Sg-R^U^  i;SflCKETS||^i|||T|i^  ....  J. 8. OART1R, District P����Mnt:or Aeont, NELSON, B.O.  t^yf.;.'7^-^i )W?c-"^7':  W^ik&MMM   >.���,... .,...���,.���.,, .- ,., .,��� -���-..���,.��� -�� ?we��W'-*M.��ven,vo.v,.cr.Ki.iic52-uvai.iug,svi.ia.-  ��� Printed hotic��8>ntairjing /urtherJnj :ij^;��� ��� :;y ;;w^ ^ff.i��r^oi- i^i^.^  fonnation'aa to conditions of; proposed  Contract may be seen and 7blarik forms  ofT'ender.may-be obtained at_thevPoat  .-,.; Ji*":z;;r-fr;./>>*y��^;.x..jw.A^  ��� ���^7��V*    "V   ^     *. * L* ''l ' *i'f:       '"��� ' -'   ���"���    '������!'   VV^ ������'   ��J."    '"' '* "-    A   '   "1 ���"   '' ~  'I'     -     ���    ���.  -.^���-f  --Thelatest' -rHeScfl  -J-O.K -7 ii i'C  ���4    1  J^    >-    rU  yn y, .  '^���i-A-"?  iSW,.^ 2"'�� ,   ���  IS?*"- ," >*-1     1 '-' -'  f*n\ is-      .   //   *  ^> i-  'if'  Call or write for particulars to  .ay,  P.O. Box 234, PHOENIX, B.C.  IT'S SO QUIET!      Just a pleasant little tappings-just the pur-  ring ofthe tyj>e against the platen���that's all.  This model means Lighter Touch, Improved Base, Greater-Ail-Round Efficiency, Less  Mental and Physical Effort.   Speed records that have never been equalled.  The first thing which invariably strikes the attention of one examining the "Silent  Seven" for the first time is the wonderfully responsive touch. No one dreamed that such a  delightful touch could be embodied in the mechanism of a machine.  The new tabulator is a marvel of efficiency. The carriage slides noiselessly to the  appointed place and stops without a jar���an accomplishment which will lengthen the life of  the machine. The left marginal release-key i,s now placed is just the right position to act  as an anchor .or the fourth finger of thie operator, and no competent touch operator will  have any difficulty in changing from any other keyboard to this one.  Ten-year-old, Florence Field, daughter of Cyrus Field,  Professor of Shorthand in Detroit Commercial^ College, wrote  59 words per minute on The Oliver after two weeks'practice.  PRINTYPE IS OWNED AND CONTROLLED EXCLUSIVELY BY  THE "OLIVER TYPEWRITER COMPANY."  Can You Spend 17 Cents a day to better advantage than in  the Purchase of this Wonderful Machine.  No child's education Is complete without a Knowledge of the  Oliver Typewriter. ^  -3v  K*  nrf'"-.!  wrssr  !Ji��iiiiiii��^  C     J  >    .   l^f  IMif  U'l  ' ^"hu ''


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