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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jul 31, 1915

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 V  .'>--.  4,.  JaM:  '-.':'.  The largest copper mines in  the Dominion are situuted  at Phoenix. The Granby  Co. employs 500 men, and  has ii monthly pay roll of  over $50,000: Two railroads  afford access to the city.  Devoted to the Interests ofthe Boundary Mining District  The Phoenix Pioneer is  published in the highest  municipality in- Canada���  altitude, 4,800 ft. The city  has a population of 1,500,  and possesses first-class  hotels, opera house, schools  SEVENTEENTH YEAR  PHOENIX, B.C., SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1915  Probable Granby Bond  As there  exists a persistent  and  well-grounded rumor that the Granby Consolidated contemplate a bond  on the Gloucester group of claims,  the following few particulars ofthe  property and  district  will  be interesting: The claims in  question are  situate in Gloucester camp, adjacent  to Franklin,   and  distant   about 50  miles by  automobile road   from the  smelter at Grand Forks.     The   line  ofthe Kettle Valley railroad is also  lent results, and the much-sought-  forlead encountered by running another drift higher up than the old  one..  ��� ������; . ��- :   Guns From Phoenix  Number 3  In the matter of practical patriotism  British Columbia is well to the fore.  Every city and community in the province is straining a point to share a  burden of the gre^t task the Empire  has in hand. Phoenix is not a whit  behind any of them, and as a matter  of fact is  far ahead  of  many of this  Mining Notes of British Columbia  ia  nmamwmMBsmmam  ti'ioro pretention!, cities. For the past  completed as far as Lynch creek, or I six months the ladies of the Patriotic  twenty-seven   miles     from     Grand |Soci��tyhavebeenlndu8triouslyiit\vork  twenty  Forks and about 30  miles from the  claims.     It is the non-completion of  this railway that has proved  the only factor  in   retarding   the development of what is   undoubtedly one of  the richest mining fields   in the province.   A great deal of development  has been carried out on tbe Gloucester group, and some rather-high assays in both copper and values have  been reported from time to time.     .  J. D. Galloway, assistant provincial  mineralogist,   who   has  visited  procuring Held comforts and Red Cross  supplies, whila for four -mouth's the  sum of approximately $800 has boon  subscribed monthly by employees of  the Granby mine and others in the  city, including the work of the Woman's Patriotic Socioty, and the subscription from various sources, it would  be safe to say that up to the present  the entire amount collected would  total not far short of $5,000.  A new gold discovery east of Bas- gold properties of the camp. Kit  kerville in the famous Cariboo salas is up, the Skeena river, 107  country is absorbing attention at  Prince George, putting even .the war  and the station site dispute in the  shade, for the moment at least. All  reports agree that the discovery is  genuine and of large proportions and  value.  Win.   M.  Brewer, mining  expert  in the employ of the Provincial Government   returned  Sunday   from an  examination of the prospects on Si-  wash   Creek.      The   following  day  was spent at the Murphy mine, near  Hope   Station, and  on   Tuesday be  left for the  23-mile   on   the Skagit,  where a week  will be spent.    After  an examination of the Gibson  property on the Boundary- Trail, the ex  UP  miles from   Prince   Rupert.    E. C.  Chrystal of Vancouver, has received  optimistic letters from   his partner,  J. D. Wells, who is developing the  claims in which they are  interested,  Mr. Wells says in   part:     "We are  at good  hard   work   building camp  and opening up the Cordillera property.    The latest discovery is a wonder for gold.    You can see the. precious yellow metal in  large   chunks  all through the quartz, and   we propose to ship some Ore as soon as we  get  some  sacks   from   the   Granby  smelter.    The shipping ore   will go  $165 in gold, silver and copper, and  we have about three  car  loads, 90  tons, in sight.    This  is   only   1000  Back From Vacation Trip [Work of Canada's Women  Ipert will proceed to   Princeton, and  feet from the track, and low  down.  the property in question, has the fol-j quota of guns  for the use of the regi-  lowing to say of jt:  "The group is owned by Thomas  Newby and partners. It was bonded by the Old* Dominion Copper  company, who carried out some de  velopment work and afterwards allowed the bond to lapse. A shaft  sixty feet deep discloses  a nice vein  ���of chalcopyrite,   in   a   granodioriie  formation.    The Dominion company  ran a tunnel   for a  distance  of 215  feet   to   crosscut    the   vein,   which  brings it 50  feet farther  in   the hill  than   the   bottom   of thelshaft, and  then raised 93 feet  from /the: end "of  the tunnel,  the  face of which is 30  feet above the  bottom of the shaft,  without striking any ore.     It is probable that the vein   is badly faulted,  thus "accounting  for its non-appearance.    The   vein as   exposed in the  shaft   looks' very   well,    and   it  is  claimed that the values are sufficient  to make a> good paying propetty if  the continuance of the vein could be  located."     Since   the   visit of Mr.  Galloway, further-exploratory work j fell   off  the  bad been attended with   most excel-J drowned?  This, however, is not to be the .limit from there to Kamloops'to await  of the patriotism of the people of Phoe- further orders from his department,  nix, who in addition to passing resolu- Mr. Brewer stated that before the  tion in support of the empire are mak-   .     ' , ,  ��� ... . t.    ��.      ji it. ���    season closes he may return to Hone  ing active arrangements to add -their,      . J rc  ' ments raised in this province. With  this object in view, a provisional committee, consisting-of the mayor, Messrs  J.E.Thompson, N.J. Carson, and G.  W. Rumberger, commenced a canvass  ofthe city on Friday, and within two  hours the response was such as to leave  no doubt of the ultimate success of this  new appeal. It is also suggested that  it may be possible that there wilTbe  a further increase in the promised  usual monthly subscriptions and a revision of the distribution of the fund so  that a portion of it would be diverted to  the purchase of another gun or guns.  The proposed meeting for the purpose  of passing the famous resolution pledgr  ing our support in the prosecution of  the war to an honorable conclusion, will  be held ni the opera house on August  4th, the anniversary of the empire's declaration of war. The chair will be oc  cupied by the mayor, and a program of  patriotic music has been arranged.  Someone says that Colonel Lowery once caught a fish in Kootenay  lake and tamed it so that it would  eat out of his hand and follow him  like a dog. Was that the fish that  Nelson   boat   and   got  j to look over the properties in the  district on which development work  is being carried on.���West Yale  Review.  Mine Superintendent Myers who  is operating the Gold.. Basin mine  located in the Mount Baker district,  and about thirty miles from Chilli-  wack, was in the city over the week  end, on his way to Victoria, where  he expected to dispose of some  $4,000 worth of gold taken from the  working's. Mr. Myers exhibited one  lump which weighed five pounds and  was worth $1080, and claimed to J  have at least four of them. The  mines are the��� property of Judge  Scott and associates of Seattle, and  work has been proceeding."on't^  property for several years. At  present twenty three men are engaged, and much modern machinery  has been installed.���Chilliwack Progress.  Favorable reports are comingfrom |  so we can work all winter." A report just published in one of the  northern papers states that assay returns on quartz from the Cordillera  show values running 1312.9 ounces  in silver, making the- value of the  sample run at the rate of $26,309.75  per ton. This is much in excess of  the average placed on the shipping  ore by Mr.Wells, but the news is of  later date than the letter, and it is  possible that some strike of extremely rich ore has been made.  The Cordillera group consists of six  claims, and was only staked about a  year   ago, but   at   the   present time  Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Mullen returned to town on Saturday last from a  three,weeks' vaction   trip   to points  in   California.    The former reports  travel very brisk in the sunny south,  the great centres of attraction, being  the  expositions at San   Diego and  San Francisco.    The travellers were  among the visitors  to the latter and  were  delighted   with    the   splendid  J showing   made    by   the   Dominion.  While they were there the Canadian  pavilion was  crowded with visitors,  who seemed   to   take  a tremendous  interest   in   the   exhibits   from   this  part of the empire.   Speaking ofthe  visits they paid   to the German section, Mr. Mullen  says  he may have  chosen  a  slack   time for them, but  every   time    they   went   there   the  crowd of visitors was very  small iu  comparison with those in other sections of the fair.     "It was very noticeable," he says,  "and I remarked  it at the time to Mrs. Mullen."  The  Krupps   had   no    exhibit,   but   the  United   States   government   had   a  wonderful and interesting exhibit of  modern   naval     armaments    and   a  number  of lecturers.     The weather  throughout the trip was delightfully  fine, the hottest weather experienced  being between   Spokane   and   Phoenix.  Killed at Anyox  Miss Joan Arnoldi, who holds the  commission  of lieutenant in Canada's  expeditionary  army, speaking  at Victoria  the other day,   paid   a  glowing tribute  to  the  women  of  Canada who,   she   says, flooded the  receiving  rooms   in   England   with  thousands  of parcels for, Canada's  soldiers at the froot.     In the course  of her speech she was *j*ood enough  to  mention    a  few    of the  places  whose women had been particularly  active   in   the  good work,    It  will  be   recalled   that Miss Arnoldi was  the lady to whom the local Spinster ,  club   in   its   last  dying   throes   bequeathed a legacy of forty dollars to  be   spent on   the pnrchase of comforts for the   Phoenix  boys who, at.  that   time   were  floundering in.the  mud at Salisbury, but  who in their  letters have never mentioned having  received   the  slightest benefit from  the cheque.  Killed By .Lightning  The storm which raged over this  district, on Wednesday,-was responsible for the loss of one life, that of  T. C. Cummins, an employee of  the   West    Kootenay   Power   and  Light company. He was found lying on" the ground about two miles  from the sub-station, at Cascade,  of which   place  he   was   in charge.  Edward B. Allen, assistant master I The flash had apparently struck him  mechanic for the Graqby   Bay smel-| ��11 the   s"tde   of the   head .and made  fifteen   men. are   employed    gating i^r company at Anyox, was killed on   lts   <���������   through   the ^wer; part of  out ore.     Mr. Wells   further  states  Tuesday, July   20th, when   a   water   h'sbo��|y-      He was ^^^-?  that -we   have   one   of4he. richest  jacket in   the   smelter   fell   on   him. \ a��d   his parents   resided, m   Green-  gold properties in   Northern   British   He was 37 years old and unmarried.  Columbia.   We have the surface for  wood.  500 feet opened up, and have elevated _lhe-iCordiller_a..up��to the status of  amine;   -Weare sinking an incline  shaft and   doing   some  surface   development for a further extension of  ol ore   values, and   the  property is  not disappointing   us   in   the   /east,  and is occasionally throwin  He came from St. John, N. B-. His  parents live at Edmonds, near  Seattle. The body will be shipped  there for interment.  Granby's Copper Output  During  the   month   of May  the  Granby company produced 3,684,000  pounds   of copper.     The June output   should   be    over  4,000,000Jbs,  and tbe total combined   output from  .   Govsrnment  positions   as   far as  possible for.crippled soldiers, is the  S'��g'an of a number of eastern mem-/tfee Hidden Creek  and Grand Forks  a wad'/bers   ��f Plirliament.     Let   us   '"ops  smelters for  the five months ending  that when   this war   is   over,   it will j M.iy> was I4t012,676lbs.  see tbe politician place seeker pitched into   the   gutter   and   all  the ap  J.   G.   Mullen,     manager   of  the I pointments   tilled   by   eligible    men.  local Bank of Commerce, was in-re-   who'considered   this country worth j company will declare no dividend in  Sewell, who was wounded /ceipt of -a letter  this  week   from J. I ffS^ing for.  the Kitsalas district in regard to the [of gold nuggets our way."-- Province,  <S     . -     .  Local Soldiers' Letters  The Trade at the  Big Store  �������������  For Today We Offer:  Green Corn, per doz,     40c.  Wax Beans, per lb.        10c.  Green Peas, per lb.        10c.  Cantaloupes, each     -    15c.  Raspberries, 2 Boxes    25c,  Peaches, 2 lbs. for 25c.  Plums, 2 lbs. for 25c.  Green Apples, 3 lbs. for 25c.  New Potatoes, 8 lbs.      25c.  W. H  at Festubert,  writes   that he  is still /McQuoid,   who   enlisted   from  here  ���"in the hospital  at  Reigate   and  has I and went to  the front with the 30th  been   through    an   operation   for a /Battalion,      After   referring   to   the  shrapnel   wound   on   the   hip.      Helotber casulties to   Phoenix men, he  says that he dropped a few feet from (says:   "You will be surprised at the  Owing- to the war the Hudson Bay  mpany will declare no <  ' ordinary shares this year.  "-JC  _3C  3C  ;^  orrm, rnompson  Phone 9 and 5  m  the   enemy's   trench,   "and   as   the  Huns   knew   our   fellows  very well  I knew what   to expect  so. I beat it  for   the    rear   as   fast   as   I   could  crawl.     I saw the Gourkas, and you  can  tell   any   pro Germans   that we  saw their friends making tracks for  the tall timbers, with the  little men  after them.    There was one brought  into the   field   hospital when   I was  there.      The    nurses   found  twelve  pairs of ears on him.     He  had  'em  nicely cured   in smoke   to   show his  people in   India   what   he  had been  doing at  the  front.     He   kicked up  an   awful   row  when   they   tried to  take   them   off him, and only cooled  down when   the nurses   promised to  let   him   have   them   back when  he  got better.     We hear that there are  quite a   number of pro-Germans  in  the   Boundary   and   we   talked   the  matter over.    We'll settle with them  when we get  back after settling accounts   with   their   "kind   hearted"  friends out here.     If there  are  any  women   among   them   tell   them  to  go   to   France  and  see the youngest mothers they ever saw, fourteen  and fifteen years   of age,  all victims  of  their   kultured   German   friends.  At   the   hospital   here   in   England,  the    people    seem   to   think    they  cannot  do    enough    for   us.      The  ladies    of    the    district    are    continually   inviting  us    to   teas,   and  every day   they   take us   fot* motor  drives.    Yesterday  we were  all out  at Lady  Colman's  place; her sister  is one of the   nurses here.     I don't  expect to get  off as lightly the next  time.      Don't  forget  to   remember  me to F.   Harbinson and   Bob Lindsay and all enquiring friends.  above address (48th Highlanders),  the reason being that when the 30th  left for Franee we went to reinforce  the different battalions of the first  contingent, and our company happened to reinforce the Highlanders  of Toronto. How would you like  to see me in kilts?  Just at the present we are in billets, stationed about five miles be-  hind the firing line, and I expect we  will be going into the trenches again  in a few days. I have seen quite a  bit of France, but of course we have  not seen   the  gay   side of it yet.  However, I was in some very  nice seaside places during the time  I was in hospital and convalescent.  I was suffering from the concussion  caused by a shell which I got in action at Festubert. It is a great  country for farming, and I must say  the French people know how to  plant things. I cannot of course  mention where we are, the names of  places not being allowed to be given  out."   ��   Italian Reservists  The Italian consular agent at  Fernie, C. Dicastri, announces that  he has received the necessary blank  transportation forms for all reservists who want to rejoin their regiments. The consul's district includes Phoenix, and extends as far  as Kamloops. Immediately he is  acquainted with the number of men  willing to go, he will inform the  consul in New York who will fix the  date of sailing.  'Phone 56  P. O. Box 309  The  Quality  Our New and Up-To-Date Premises Located  on First Street, Opposite the Queen's Hotel  Our Prices on Fruit and  Vegetables  this  Week:  Peaches, 2 lbs. for - 25c  Apricots, 5 lb. Basket 50c  Plums, 5 lb. " 50c  Apples, 3 lb. for - 25c  Water FVIelon, per lb.        5c  Raspberries, 2 Boxes    25c  $2.50 per Crate  Tomatoes - 20c per lb.  Wax Beans, 3lfos. for 25c  Cucumbers - 15c each  Cabbage -       4c per lb  New Potatoes, 50 lbs. for $1.50  Your Order Will Receive  our   Proippt  and Personal Attention.  1131 men   enlisted   in   one   day in  ��� Melbourne,  Australia.  arnes  nm  3C  3C  3C  ;'j  i j -4-v ������..<���.���  T- .>>.���.-���:.-��.  , jr<i THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLtUffBIA.  'V,  '  OBLLETTS LYE  EATS DIRT  contraband list. In this he is backed up by the famous scientist".Sir  William Ramsey, who says that  Germany's supply of ammunition  would have been cut off months'  ago if the supply of cotton had been  from the Cross," attributed to Rubens, and an ������Entombment" attributed to Van Dyck. In the north  transept were three triptychs, and a  fine "Head of Christ"; in the south  transept a magnificent  painting by  shut off during the first weeks of the  Van  Thulden,  and  a has   relief in  war. Walter Hopkins, secretary of  the -Technical Conference says the  same thing, and now comes Walter  Reid, ex-president of the Chemical  Industrial society, with a bombshell  in the shape of a statement that  "practically no cotton is used In the  manufacture of high explosives, the  bulk of which comes from coal products."    Now where are we?  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  ISSUED  WEEKLY  at Phoe.vix, British Columbia  Subscription, 2.00 per year  2.50 to United States.  G. Kay, Publisher.  ADVERTISING SOALK  Application for Liquor Licence (30 days) . .$5.00  Application for Transfer of Licouco ...... $7.50  Certificate of Improvement (BOdays)        $10.00  Application to Purchaso Land notices (60 days)   $10.00  Delinquent Co-Ovniorship noticos 90 days 325.00  Duplicate Cortiileato of Title notices.- $8.00  Cards of Thanks, 50 cents.  All other logal advertising, 12 conts a lino,  single column, for the first insertion; and 8  tents a line for each subsequent insertion, nonpareil measurement.  Up  to  the  present the war has  brought to light a few English-bOrn  renegades.    One of them, Houston  Stewart Chamberlain, has even gone  out of his way to write, an article in  the North American Review vilifying the land of his father and moth-  er.    A hater of "democracy and the  rising spirit of individual liberty, he  claims to have sought and found the  solace his distorted soul desires���  at the feet of the kaiser and in the  company of his  Prussian war lords  at Berlin.    One wonders now where  he   will move  to  after  his   newly-  adopted emperor has been bounced,  or what the social 'democrats of the  fatherland will  think ofthe new ac  quisiton to the ranks of their bitterest political opponents.  gilded bronze adorned .the high al:  tar. In the chapel of the Virgin is  the tomb of a famous cardinal, arid  what was of great interest to English visitors, the blood stained  rochet in which Thomas-a-Becket  was murdered. The excuse given  for destroying the building was the  concentration of troops in the town.  Resolutions favoring woman's  suffrage, the eo.opeiratiort of farmers  and city workers itt eliminating the  middleman from the food distribution  system, and providing fot an investigation of working conditions in the  postoffice department were adopted  at Superior, Wisconsin, last week  by the Wisconsin Federation of  Labor. .   . ; *��� ���  Father Madden, of Vancouver,  has been-appointed one of the chaplains to the troops at Vernon.  Tribute to Victoria Soldier  The Koelnische Zeitung publishes  the statement that since the begin-  Display ads $1.00 per inch,  single I ninff  ��f war, the ^kaiser has distri-  The following was written in mem-  -ory of a Victoria boy who was killed  at Festubert:  What have I given,  Bold sailor on the sea,  In earth or Heaven,  That you should die for me ?  What can I give,  O soldier, leal and brave,  Long as I live,  To pay the life you gave ?  What tithe or part  Can I return to thee,  O stricken heart,  That thou shouldst break forme?  The wind* of Death  For you has slain life's flowers,  It withereth  (God grant) all weeds in ours.'  F. W. Bourdillon  The Strathcona Hotel  NELSON, B.C.  Steam Heated Throughout  The Finest Accommodation for  the Travelling Public.  DINING ROOM   SERVICE  UNEXCELLED.  Nine Well-Lighted  Samplerooms.  ��  Phone 12  JAS.  MARSHALL, PROP.  column, per month. Transient ads.  50c. per inch, per issue; subsequent insertions, 35c. per inch.  Saturday, July 31, 1915.  In the face ofthe evidence collected by the Royal Commission on  war purchases, it is idle nonsense  to deny the existence of a nest of a  unscrupulous grafters in Canada.  But while condemning the unpatriotic conduct . of these unprincipled  vampires, let us not Jose sight of  the important fact that the government of Sir Robert Borden haive  sanctioned the appointment of the  commission that has brought .to  light the identity of the guilty ones.  To read some of the Opposition  comments on the scandal, for it is a  scandal, one is almost led to infer  that the pernicious practice had only recently made its appearance in  the Dominion, but who has forgotten the colossal corruption that  Sir Wilfrid Laurier's government  allowed to run rampant in the Yukon during the early years of the  gold excitement', and more pitiable  still, who can forget the point-blank  refusal of Sir Wilfrid to appoint a  commission of enquiry into the  charges. Corruption in high places  is bad enough of itself, but when a  government, like that of the present,  resolutely refuses to condone the  felony, that administration will have  the undivided support of all right-  thinking and patriotic people.,-^"-   -  buted 344,749 iron crosses.  He presented   himself with  a  couple and  each of his sons are decorated with  bits of the iron.   It is estimated that  seventy   miles  of ribbon went with  the medals.    Altogether,  including  those  distributed  m  the campaign  with the  Austrians in 1860 and the  French  in   1870-71, the number of  crosses in circulation must be somewhere  about  half a million.     But,  how different  is   the  case with the  Victoria Cross.     Instituted just 59  years ago, only about 196 have been  awarded up to last month.  Got Results  Is the Imperial government bluffing the people, or what? Asquith  appears to regard very seriously the  question   of placing   cotton   on the  MINT-COVERED  CANDY-COATED  On your Vacation���  Biding - Fishing-Motor-  ing ���Driving ��� Shooting  ���Camping out���there is  nothing like~a plentiful  tmpply :pi-' the Dainty  Fresli Mint-flnvwred  confection--- ,    -  -'HA.'0'E'l N*CA H A DA >  Apropos of the general complaint  regarding the paucity of official news  from the front, it may be interesting  for  the   malcontents  to  know that  similar complaints were  rife in Germany     over   the     abreviated    de-  patches  of Von Moltke,   during the  progress    of    the   Franco-German  war.    On  hearing of the complaint  that general   reminded his countrymen at home that he "was engaged  in making history  and consequently  had not the time  to write it."    He  won the war,' too.  A certain glen in Scotland had the  reputation of having a splendid echo.  An English gentleman visited the  place, and asked his guide about the  echo. "Just shout, "Two bottles of  whisky,"said the guide. The gentleman did as requested, and * after  waiting for several minutes he turned to the Scot, and said:���"But l  do not hear any echo." "Maybe  no," chfickled the Scot, "but here's  the lassie comin' wi' the whisky."  D. d. Matheson  General Agent,  FIRE,   LIFE  AND ACCIDENT  INSURANCE  PHOENIX, B.C.  Old Fashioned Cleanliness9'  cost our mothers many a "back-breaking"  day. The "new fashioned" cleanliness  costs only the price of a cake o.f Sunlight  Soap.  This purest of all laundry soaps rtas a  gentle strength that moves dirt quickly  ���without rubbing. And a $5,000 guarantee  proves there is no adulterant or impurity  in it to injure the finest fabric or hurt "  the daintiest hand.  For the' thousand and one soap uses  around the house���there is just one soap���  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MINING REGULATIONS  Surely never in the history of the  vvorld was there such a great delusion as has overtaken the Germans.  Even the expatriated Teutons in the  Uuited States, who fled from their  fatherland to escape the fetters the  kaiser would fasten on the world,  are trying by agitation and assassination to stir up a rebellion against  a government which is founded upon the principles of democracy. The  whole race is rabid, bitten by the  mad dog of Potsdam.���Victoria  Times.  With the victory, of General Louis  Botha in German South-west Africa,  Germany has lost, with the exception of what she possessed in East  Africa, the whole of her vast colonial empire. When the capture of Tier  last remaining strip is completed,  she will have forfeited territory in  various parts of the world equal in  area to British Columbia, Alberta,  Saskatchewan, Manitoba and On:  tario combined.  If ever there was an argument in  favor of conscription in the British  Isles, it is provided by the official  statement that fhere are about 843  thousand married men in the British  army.  ���    ���.   The recently recruited company of  lumberjacks will surely make a name  for themselves when the big "drive"  comes off in France.  Shoes that Fit!  ���N  _ We make a specialty of Miners-  Shoes; good fit, nice shape, and  nothing but the best of stock used  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  NICK PALORCIA,  Knob Hill Ave,        Phosnlx, B.O.  All grocers  sell and  recommend it  1ST  J  Phoenix Pioneer ads. Always Get Results  Read in every home. If you have 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.  Coal mining rights of the Dominion;  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories and in a portion of the  Province of British Columbia, may be  leased for a term of twenty-one years  at an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,560 acres will be leased to  one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant in person to the  Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in  which the rights applied for are sifco-  ated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsur-  veyed territory the tract applied for  shall be staked out by the applicant  himself.  Each application ' must be accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable  output of the mine at the rate of five  cents per ton. .),.'���  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal .mining  rights are not being operated, such returns should be furnished at least once  a year.  The lease will include the coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available  surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at the rate of $10.00 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa,  or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W.W.CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not be paid for.  ���30690.  Priceless Relics Burned  Arras cathedral, which was destroyed recently by the Germans,  was begun in 1755 and completed  in   1833.     It  contains   a  "Descent  SUTTON'Q  for ��fa'r��ex| smdfewna ore best I  for B.CsbiL Sec Catalogue for  solid rfucurcuatoe ofpuri.tr  aLHd jierrniraation  Se&d now for Copy free  Sutton SSons.The King's Seedcara  ��� .A.J.Wo o fliwa rd  XOIE AtJENTS FAR BRITISH COUlMblA  The ��L&s_o  Phoenix  Pioneer  has for 16 Years been re-  , cognized as  the  Mining  Medium of the Boundary  country.  In the matter of advertising, it reaches the  right kind of people, and  an advertisement, in its  columns is certain of  quick and profitable results.   "���-'''���"'-  . In the matter of all  things pertaining to the  progress of,the district it  is a reliable and trustworthy authority. It's  -American subscription list  ' is one-of the largest in  the Kootenay.  When arriving in town  subscribe for it. When  leaving keep your subscription alive. You may  want to come back again.  Advertisers should call  or write for our Advertising rate card. The local  paper is the local medium  for  local   business   men.  Published Every  Saturday Morning  Send in Your Stationery Orders and  Holiday Printing to the  Phoenix Pioneer  THE HOME OF  A BUSINESS MAN IS  KNOWN BY THE  QUALITY OF PRINTING HE USES  Our Stock ol Stationery is the Best that can be procured in  Canada, and our Workmanship will meet with your approval  Why Not Have Your Stationery  Printed by Us?  We make a specialty  of Letterheads, Envelopes, Billheads,  Note Heads, Memos.,. Visiting Cards, Menus, Posters,  Wedding Invitations, Check Books, By-Laws,  and in fact anything done with Printers'  INK AND PAPER  No Job Too Large, None too Small  ^ PHOENIX PIONEE  $2.00 per Year in Advance.  -     $2.50 per Year to U. S.  '"�����>  VISITING CARDS  (LADIES' OR  QENTB.EMEN'8,  ) MADE $ ORDE  : v.^,M^i.��it*JW?i^^  V***-*^**^;*^ J.*mmu^*';: *?'���;?;  ^i^l^fti^'W'**'^  ��� I **.-, ^i^fUt&iJuZ. i't'-l...  _[,#.;. IJT'.; W*fc# ���AA-^t.t."  wi*���*-^',^yvirffcrt...^ en  HMD    PIONEEB.    PHOEUIX,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  ;/  Hotel Brooklyn  Cigar and Tobacco Stand in  Office,    Up-to-date in every      .'���'  particular.   The hotel of com-  fort.    Half-a-minute from the  garage.     .\    Sample Rooms  Concentrates  O. D. Bush, Prop.  Phoenix, B.C.  Everything in Men's Wear  Clothing:  Underwear  Shirts  Shoes  Hats  Caps, etc.  Thos. Brown  "Everything a Man  Wears"  Should come from healthy and vigorous Stock,  handled in a -CLEANLY AND SANITARY  manner ��� Separated Cream insures purity and  quality.   - The Dairy produces both.  THE DAIRY        J. Wr Hannam, Prop.  HOT WEATHER SPECIALS  /With the^hot weather here, the housewife looks for  something: that she can cook quickly, or something already  cooked. We are bringing in each week a variety of cooked  meats such as  Cooked Ham, Ideal Bologna, Weiners,  Pickled Pigs Feet, etc.  All suitable for a quick lunch. Our brands of Hams and Bacon  are very choice as to quality, so do not overlook this fact when re-  _quiring a fresh supply. Do not buy an article because of its  name, consider quality first.  DILL PICKLES, 25c. Per Dozen.  There is a very insistent demand  at the front for mouth organs.  The British and French have 44  warships patrolling the North American Atlantic coast.   *  The 4th of August, the anniversary ofthe war will be marked by a  national service in St. Paul's cathedral.  Marconi,������the wireless telegraph  inventor, is serving with the Italian  army. He is in charge of the wireless branch of the engineering corp.  An; unknown incendiary has created no little excitement at Pentic-  ton. Last Sunday week five buildings were fired with rags soaked in  coal oil. .-  The merchants of Sweden are appealing to their government to prohibit the exportation of meat to  Germany. So much meat has been  exported that the price has now  reached a prohibitive figure.  The Nova Scotian government  has cabled London that the collieries  in that province are capable of producing 1000 tons of coal daily which  they consider   equal   to the  Welsh  product,   and    urging    the   British  authorities to give the same a trial.  General   Krog,    one   of  Botha's  chief burgher commanders, has  secured invincible proof of the German  intention   to  conquer  the whole   of  South Africa.    The plans of the plot  were found by his  soldiers in Dam-  araland.  A remarkable discovery was made  in one ofthe Allied armies recently.  An officer who had served for 12  years was suspected of giving information to the enemy, and on close  inquiries being made it was found  he was a German. r~ He will spy no  more!  Sir Charles Davidson, special,  commissioner appointed by the Federal government to enquire into the  purchase of war supplies in Canada,  is expected to arrive at Victoria in  a few days to conduct an enquiry  into the purchase of the two submarines. ..  The authoritative Jewish World  says: "An extrordinary report has  gained currency in Russia that the  kaiser, during a visit to Lodz, entered the synagogue, and raising a  scroll of the law, told the congregation that he was the Messiah whom  I they were awaiting, and that he had  been sent by God to save them."        I    Meets   every   Monday  Evening   at)  The British government has in- \���%fi$��Jg�� ^-^ brethren,  formed the state department that it Qur faaI, fa for rent for danceSj social j  has received evidence that a wealthy! evenings, etc.  ndary District of British Columbia  RICH   IN  MINERAL,   AGRICULTURAL AND   LUMBERING  POSSIBILITIES���  A MOST PROMISING FIELD FOR THE INVESTOR.  Probably no district in the Dominion of Canada possesses so great an array of  potentialities as the above.   The mountains throughout its entire length and breadth,  are almost without exception mineraliferous, containing gold, silver, copper, iron and  other valuable ores, while in a few localities there are more than surface indications  of the presence of coal.  FOREST AND MINERAL WEALTH  Its forest stretches are among the richest in the province, and what is of great  importance, easily accessable to river and railway. There is scarcely a square mile of  it that is not either equipped with high tension wires, or which could not be reached  by the expenditure ofthe smallest outlay. Not the least attraction from the; point of  view of the investor, is the sites for water power, which abound in this district.  Just at present an immense amount of interest is being directed to the recent  free gold discovery in Greenwood, while in the same district is to be seen one of the  best equipped free gold properties in the west, a not inconsiderable asset in these days  of industrial depression and shrinkage of gold reserves. It is in this district where is *  situated the Phoenix and Grand Forks properties of the Granby Consolidated, te-  gether with those of the British Columbia Copper company. In the former camp, and  surrounding it for miles on all sides, are acres of crown-granted mineral claims, all  awaiting the advent of the investor. The title deeds to these properties, thanks to a  beneficent series of mining, laws, are unimpeachable, and if proof is wanted of the  statement, let us point to the. almost entire absence of mining litigation in the courts  of the province.  AGRICULTURE AND FRUIT-GROWING CENTRE  The possibilities ofthe Boundary as an  agricultural and fruit-growing centre  are also worthy of investigation, and  a visit   to some   of  its   spendidly equipped orchards will prove a revelation to the stranger.     The highways throughout the Boundary makes this section of the province the motorists paradise, millions having been  spent on the construction of government roads.  ��� No locality is better served, with  railroads  than  the  Boundary district.     At  present this section is served by two of the greatest systems on the continent, the  C. P: R. and Great Northern companies, while within a few months the route to the  Pacific coast will be commercially curtailed by the opening of the new K. V. V.  branch of the former.  I.O.O.F.  Snowshoe i-odfe j  No. 46  Great Northern Railway Lines  Advance Announcement Excursion Rates To  Panama Fair���Return Fare, First Class,  Bearing Limit, 30 Days,  54.90  Same Ticket, with 90 Day Limit, $61.55  Routing: Great Northern Railway to Flavel, Oregon,  thence Great Northern Pacific, S. S. Co. Steamer  Great Northern.     Return same route.  Dates of Sale, April 14 to Nov. 30, 1915. Call on us  for suggestions for side trips from Sap Francisco.  J. V.  INGRAM, Agent.  PRINTING  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 you  samples : : :  THE PIONEER  o.  Is the only Typewriter today that supplies real comfort automatically to the Operator���adapted for Doctors, Druggists, Merchants,  and in fact it is essential to every business concern in B. C.  German resident of Detroit, Mich.,  has supplied money to certain persons in Windsor, Ontario, which  was used to destroy property ofthe  Canadian government.  The canned   pack  of salmon  on  the Columbia river will be the largest  in   20  years,   was   the  opinion expressed at Portland, Oregon, recently by State Senator Robert S. ,Far-  rell,   head    of   a   packing  concern.  The heavy run of fish this season is  due, Mr. Farrel! believes, to salmon  propagation, and the placing of millions of  fry   in   the   Columbia   four  years ago.     The record  pack  in recent  years   was   560,000   cases   in  1911.  King Constantine, who is said to  have made a wonderful recovery, is  not likely to take any further active  part in the government ofthe country, and his son, Prince George, will  be, it is expected, nominated Regent.  Queen Sophia of Greece, the Kaiser's  sister, is reported to be preparing to  leave the country for good, having  received intimation that Greece is  shortly to enter the war on the side  of the Allies. She has never been  very popular with the Greeks.  In East Africa, the last of the  German possessions, the kaiser's  troops number about 6000 white  men and 7000 natives. The latter  are using poisoned arrows. Large  reinforcements of Gurkhas and Sihks  are being poured into the territory  from India and those of them who  are already there have proved of  great value in bush fighting. On  one occasion the Germans captured  the whole of the supplies, ammunition and mules of a British force,  but later were surprised in turn and  the goods recaptured together with  a supply column of the enemy.  Oscar Gustafson, Noble Grand.  T. S. Quance, Fin. Secy.  Jas. Pierce, Kec. Secy.  Daughters of Rebekah  Phoenix Lodg-e No. 17  Meets in the Oddfellows' Hall,  First and Third Wednesdays.  Mrs. Christine Klmgron, Nohle Grand.  Mrs. Amy A. Cook, Secretary.  K. of P. Lodge,  No. 28  Phoenix,  B.C.  Meets Tuesday Evening at 7.80.  Sojourning brothers cordially welcomed.  Cu.vs. Davidson, C. C.  C. H, Knight, K. of R. S.  Victor Records  We have a nice selection of these  goods in stock, and will get any  numbers you like promptly, either  in Victor or Columbia Goods.  HAVE YOU HEARD���  "When We've Wound up  the WStch on the Rhine"  ���Humorous Patriotic Song  PYTHIAN SISTERS  ���Mountain Temple Lodge No. 17  MootH in Pythian Hall, Lovvor Town  Second and Fourth Thursdays.  Mrs. W. Belli*.  M.K.C.  Mrs. XV. Wills,  M.R.C.  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES  Phoenix Aerie No. 158  Meets in the Oddfellows' Hall, Friday  Evenings, at 8 p.m.  Visiting brothers are always welcome.  RlCHAKD Bl-UNDELL, W. P.  T. R. Clarke, W. Secy.  "The Little Ford  Rambled Right Along"  * ���Comic Song  Also a  Nice Selection of New  Bagpipe  Records,  Vocal  Duets, etc.    We are always pleased to play these for you.  E. A. Black, Jeweler  Agent for Victor Phonographs and Records  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Bag-  graere Transfer. Careful atten-  tion to all orders.     Phone A56.  James G. McKeown  THE KNOB HILL HOTEL  A. O. Johnson, Prop.  First-Ciass Accommodation for Miners  FINEST OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN STOCK.  ���PHONE 72. YOUR  PATRO.NAGE SOLICITED.  A BP  '!3V (THE   PIONEEB,    PMOIHIXV   BRITISH   CdjLURBlA,.  I--  - n--  Alleged Diamond Thieves  Mr. and Mrs. A. Acton, who were  in town a short  time ago, soliciting  orders for hair goods, were up before  the Rossland  magistrate this week  charged with being concerned in the  'robbery of  a  number  of diamonds  from Mrs. A.   Boileau of the American hotel.    The stolen articles were  -    not found   in   their  possession, but  evidence   was  given   that they had  both   made  enquiries   of   Rossland  and Nelson jewellers for the price it  would cost to   set some stones.   On  being   requested   by   the   police   to  show the diamonds, Acton produced  a   fake   diamond,    but    an   expert  swore that   that  was   not   the   one  the accused  showed him.     It had a  flaw in it, the same as one described  by  Mrs.   Boileau,   from  whom  the  goods were stolen.  The chief of police, had made enquiries about the accused,  and from  Chilliwack had   been  informed  that  Acton was known there as aworthless  cheque artist.     He was mixed up in  , a case concerning the robbery from  a C.P.R. cash register, but was  acquitted for want of evidence.     His  wife   made   herself  very   agreeable  *" with women; she displayed great interest in the contents of trunks, and  made a specialty of enquiring about  old-fashioned jewelry and   precious  stones.     Both the aocused were sent  up for trial. " i  those present were a large number  of invited friends. Dancing figured  chiefly in the program, and a song,  "Are we downhearted;" by R. K.  McCammon, was heartily applauded,  accompanist was Miss Pickthall.  The music for the dance, which was  very good, was furnished by Miss  Elmgren and Chas.;Plsen. Appetizing refreshments.were served during the evening by the Pythian  Sisters. .. ���  Local and  LOCALAND GENERAL  John  Finlay, foreman  of Mother  Lode mine, was in  town for a few|  hours on Thursday. ���  Mrs. Jas. Jory left on Thursday to  visit her husband, Sergeant Jory, of  the 54th, now with his regiment at  Vernon. .''  Mrs. Munro of Grand Forks, accompanied by Mrs. Searle are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Win. Walters  for a few days.  Your opportunity���Apples, 41bs.  for 25c; Cucumbers, lOc.-and 15c.  each; Crisp Celery, 3 for 25c.���  Knight & Barnes.  WOOD  Pythian's Farewell Dance  The members of Lodge 28, K. of  P., together with the Pythian Sis-:  ters, bade a lingering farewell on  Thursday, to the rooms which have  been their home for the past five  or six years. The event was made  the occasion of a  social and among  First-class Fir and Tam-  arac Woody $6.00 per cord  Pine Wood,  $5.00 per cord.  Fir Tafnarac, and double cut,  per cord, $7.00.  WOOD  DELIVERED  NOTICE.  ON   SHORT  'Phone B32  Robt. Forshaw  v  The  Queen's Hotel  Our Diningroom Service Will  Meet With Your Approval.  I Solicit Your Patronage.  ^  TOM F. OXLEY  PROP.  A  The Lake Studio  OF GRAND FORKS-PHOENIX BRANCH  Will be Here on  TUESDAY, Aug. 10, 191 5  BROOKLYN AVE,    (Next door to Pioneer Office)  High Class Portraiture, Amateur Finishing,  View Work, Portrait Framing, Enlarging,  Copying, etc. Ensign Cameras (British  Made) and Supplies.    Remember the Dates.  Kendall  Lynch  left Tuesday for  Spokane*  Sam Bender left for Spokane on  Wednesday.  Anyone wanting a good rooming  house should consult with M. H.  Kane, city.  Born_At Phoenix, on Wednesday, July 28th, to Mr. and Mrs. N.  E. Nelson, a daughter.  Mrs. Chas. McKay is spending a  few  days  with   Mr. and   Mrs.   W.  j McKay at their ranch near Danville,  Wash.  Mrs. C. P. Sjolander and children  left on Thursday for a vacation trip  to their former home in Portland,  Oregon.  Five-roomed house for rent; nice  well water; every accommodation.  Apply Mrs. Wm. Murray, Sunny-  side avenue.  Mrs. Peterson, who has been'paying a visit to her invalid mother, at  Chatham, Ontario, returned home  on Tuesday.'  St. John's Church, Sunday, Aug.  1st: Holy Communion, 8 a.m.; Matins and Litany, 11 a.m.; Sunday  school, 2.30 and 3 p.m.  Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Gardner, of  Grand Forks, are spending a short  vacation in town and are the guests  .... v.i.. ���  of Mr. and*Mrs. AI. Almstrom.  Miss Mamie Runberg, returned  to her home in Spokane a few days  ago, after visiting with her sister,  Mrs. J. Ingram, Jun., for the past  month.  Mrs. Cronant, of Grand Forks,  who was here for a few days with a  line of children's and ladies' dress  goods,; returned to the Forks on  Monday.  *~  For Sale.���The well-known Cottage rooming house; the building is  well furnished and will be sold very  cheap. See me as to terms.���M. H.  Kane, city. , __^  Those trout fry for Loon -Lake  are a long time coming, and if their  arrival is not expedited they'll be  big enough to put up as canned  salmon when,they'get here. : ''''  In a  little over an hour's fishing  on Wednesday evening, Messrs. A  A. White,   N.   J.   Carson and Jos  Ingram landed about four pounds"bf,  trout from Boundary creek. .      .',''.-''.  Mrs. A. HiHyard is paying a few  weeks' visit to her- sister, Mrs. J.  Hannah of Rossland. She was accompanied by her son, who was re  cently the subject of an operation at  the hospital.  St. Andrew's church (Presbyteriani  ���Service, Sunday next, Aug. 1st, at  7.80 a.m. Sunday School 2 at p.m.  All welcome.  The season for trout fishing in  the interior waters of,B.C., east of  the 120th meridian, ends oo November 15th.  F. J. Lake says that dull days  have no bad effects in the taking of  photographs by the modern photographic apparatus. The institution  of the anastigmat lenses has done I  away with the tedious waiting for a I  fine day. ':���'������  The local lodge of the Knights of  Pythias have received a challenge to  a game of baseball, from the Oddfellows. It is now some years since  the last game between the two  lodges was played, and if the defi is  taken up, as it most likely will be, a  stiff game will be the result.  Before a crowded house on Thursday, Messrs. J. Collins, W_ Biner,  and Tod Boyce fought a few rounds  with Mike Lyons, a light-weight  with the Kingston Comedy Comedy.  Mr. Collins was somewhat overtrained in schooner unloading exercise and came off with a slightly discolored peeper.  The local baseball nine have been  strongly reinforced by the addition  of some excellent material in the  perseoel of Messrs. E. E. Philips,  W. Williams, and P. M. Robinson  DRUGS, DRUGGIST'S SUNDRIES HIGH-CLASS  STATIONERY. PERFUMES, CONFECTIONERY  Agent for the famous Nyal and Na-DrurCo Preparations.  T.S.QUANCE  PHOENIX, B.C.  Camp Newspaper  We welcome to the journalistic  fold, its latest arrival, the Weekly  Chronicle of the 47th Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force. Born  in the mobilization camp'at Vernon,  about a month ago, it might easily  be mistaken for a two-year-old, except for its four teeth. To wish the  youngster a long life is hardly proper, so the best thing we can do is  to waft our greetings for a short  and merry one.  Business Snaps  K.P. Memorial Service  The annual  memorial service for  brethren  of   the   order   who  have  passed away  during   the year, was  held by the   local lodge  of Knights  of Pythias   on   Sunday  last  at St.  John's  church.      The   service   was  unique, as it was the  first in which  Phoenix Liodge -was   called upon to  Last   Sunday    the   boys   travelled  mourn the loss of a brother through  across the boundary line and trimmed the Republic representatives to  the tune of 16-4.  E. Spraggett, with a small gang,  is engaged i in renovating the Number Seven road, which runs from  Hartford junction to the interna-  tional boundary line. The road has  practically been abandoned since the  closing of the No. 7 mine, and'the  action of the new supt. of roads, F,  Hutton, in making the highway  negotiable for traffic is to be commended. The scenery along its  route is very pretty and the grade is  wonderfully even.  ��� Spots above the beaver dam on  Eholt creek are in favor with local  anglers just now. On Tuesday, J.  Darraugh tried his luck aacf together with some smaller fish succeeded  in landing a rainbow trout that  measured nearly twenty inches in  length. This was about equalled  the following day when J. E.  Thompson landed another big fellow. So far this season there has  been no fish from Boundary creek  to equal these two catches. ; -'���'-  death. This fact was specially noted  by the vicar, Rev. R. D. Porter,  who in the course of his sermon  paid a tribute to the sacrifice for  king and country made by Private  S. B. Jennings, a local knight who  fell fighting at Festubert. At the  end of the service the congregation  joined in the singing of the National  Anthem.  WHAT CATARRH IS  It has been said that every third  person has catarrh in some form.',  Science has shown that nasal catarrh  often indicates a general weakness  pf the body; and local treatments in  the form of snuffs and vapors do little,  if any good.  To correct catarrh you should treat its  cause by enriching your blood with tbe  oil-food in Scott's Emulsion which is a  medicinal food and a building-tonic, free  from any harmful drugs. . Try it. >  Scott & Bowne, Toronto, Ont.  Housekeeping rooms for rent.���  Apply Mrs. Puddy.  Pints and Quarts for family trade.  Phone 23.     PhoenixBrewihg Co.  The Mint hotel for sale; wellfur-  oished; a snap for the right party.���  Apply Mrs. M. E. Puddy.  Two houses on New York Town-  site for rent or sale; one six-roomed  house on Brooklyn avenue for sale.  Apply, G. W. McAuliffe.  For Sale.���Five city lots and two  houses. Ground under cultivation.  Situate corner Lexington and Dominion avenue; good well. Sell in  lots to suit buyer. Apply T. Richards, Granby watchman.        '  Twenty years'experience in English, French, Swiss and American  watch repairing. Satisfaction guaranteed. Charges reasonable. Leave  orders at Union Cigar store, or the  Phoenix stage. Carl Adeneur, Greenwood.  PHOENIX BAKERY  W.WILLIAMS, PROP.  A new line of Bakery and Confectionery just arrived. Fresh  Bread, Cakes and Cookies, just  like mother used to bake, delivered daily to any part of city.  CAKES MADE TO ORDER AT  MOST REASONABLE RATES  TELEPHONE i3" "  "ROUgh on Rats" clears out  Rats, Mice, etc. Don't Die in the  House. 15c. and 25c. at Drug and  Country Stores. v  MILK AND CREAM  The rich quality-of our Milk and  Cream is gaining new patrons  for us daily. We solicit a trial.  Delivery made to any part of the  city. ''Mail us a card. ,~  The PHOENIX DAIRY  W. A. McKay & Sons, Props.  Will Be Here from Aug. 10th to 12th inclusive,  . and from Aug. 29th to 31st inclusive.  ovm  MINERS' UNION OPERA HOUSE  SATURDAY, JULY 31,'15  SS$  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmm  "The Pearl of the Sea"���(Powers.)  "A Beggar Prince of India," in Three Parts  ���Universal  "His Wife's Flirtation"���sterling.  ADULTS, 15c;    CHILDREN, 5c.  We Recommend the Oliver No. 7  ITS SO QUIET!      Just a pleasant little tapping���just the purring of the type against the platen���that's all.  This model means Lighter Touch, Improved Base, Greater All 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 is now placed is just the right position to act  as an anchor for the fourth finger of the 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.  Wo child's education Is complete without a Knowledge of the^  Oliver Typewriter.  Call or Address, G. Kay, Agent, Phoenix, B.C. PC Box 234  ��iiil^ffiiiA^MllHHMHMHnilllllllHR^^ffi  ttSsaawBaas^^  B$W*��"*  ���'' _f'Wa_"_��MtW"*.**.''",l,<W"  ?^\**)mp.ansg,t<w><^ ^y.  ,V~h-.,-..  .���.;'.:.!^.'":K':W_a;;;i;S  a_jj_a_a��^Mi_ai____ii,j|^iija,-li_----ti  j4ejO____L<tiutiL_l_L.iiJ,\_._li.i;_.i_L��____i Mt.<;.^  ,\y. .'"I-*****


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