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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Nov 7, 1914

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 if  (.-kl  t" t,  The largest, copper iriinqs iii  the Dominion are situated  at Phoenix. ��^h8 Granby  Co. employs 600 "men, and  has a monthly pay roll of  over $50,000: Two railroads  afford access to thefeity/  sixteenthVear  ests<0Tthe Boundary Mining District  PHOENIX, B. C., SATURDAyTnOV. 7, ii^T  - \  The cityi^I  ^~altiefiae,-4,800ft.   .*,��, raiyi!.,  ?    has a���pppnk>tion of 1,80Q,%\S'"  and, ^possesses wflrsfc-claio, ��:' f  hotels, opera house, school*  4r *��  '    '      '                                           ��� '"���'-i^iuKUAy, NOV. 7, 1914                                ^                        ���-        /,,;  Sl-5l��5Whe^v^^  - Carmi No.tes . ;       \dhs�� A - Pboe���i*. * fc�� cm,   . - The object mad0 by tM, B . .     ,     *\ .                     j >    *��^q.A ^rZeinySi:  ~      ���.       !     ~            "-          ;    Mesfcer amused many 'by  the   neW have evidently been  nvL* J.%^ i.. ..          to.a bombardment of Ostend   i -               -       ,   %r *    ,,  4 >  Our   Phoenix  vatley again   with  I Griffin   of "Phoenix.-    Miss   Cindy |  ,-   The objections made by the Belirians  ����� a k \  ^ I __   a evidently been  ov^JJ. u.S���* 'V b��-?bardme��t of Ostend Govern 0,^7^77^^ I ^        "     *   ~ '-���^  Governmen^Heip Needed jumped at Ho*Spring  r.. ;  ... ' " ' I . ^ *        .. O  It is very little use for us in Phoe- '   Messrs   F IT ":��   ~/ "    ^ '    '<  r. - ���    mesKer amused many   by  the   new have evidently been  overruled  hv  h w ^ "-poarameBt ot Ostend  friend, are. in the dance she introduced, and brought Acceding to reports via "the-HaL A IT'S��� ' ^^ Admiral Fisher'  th��rtW  h      -V .       beadq"arte^ a5 many^ores..TheConcertWas.enJfiriniofaneXtremeJy  violent  cEL November 6tb,  heavy gun  the old  hosp.tal  camp.    The party joyed by all, and the >arty  arrived   Ditch coast.    The soun7����!    -etar cm  be  plainly  heard   on   the  nixtobli  and Doc Gnffin says huntng by nesday With Mayo? Matheson and **een Dixmude, YoresTndRonl7u ��d'eS ��f men are massed be- with PhoenTrl��� th^ase was located close to a hot sprine  moonhght is the greatest spoVout; Dr{ ^ffim./w^f are^camp^g�� gained by either' sTaT L spt o/L ful "fi**" "**" ��** *>" h^oTZJlZl' *? ^k* "I*-* *V (^  Doc-has not been used to hunting ib fher*W tne' present^injd.,..  * / ���* ? batants repeatedly come into cL, '?"? 8��d n'fle fire the ����-  to cease operation, ^i   ^ f���*  *'" *** much more ^ tbey bad  the mountains for deer (dear) he us-      John* .Swan *.wh��  L* bh a   .J I   '    Rriu -h     !. ?     T ��S - gr,ps with the'bayonet. ���;f co?*e ��Pe.rat��onsf and already the at first intended     F���^���    i  ���  -ns^LS:b7cco:diT"T^^ thf tUODel  N C-btS  :*'>'  main until the .last of the week.  The Kettle Valley train made its  last appearance in Carmi and Bearer  dell on Friday.    The head officials  stated that there would be no more  trains until the C.P.R. took the road  over.   The residents of the surround-  ing country are hoping thiV will be  wUh the immediate pros  within a very short time. * ior M the coast towns.    Business  H. Dockter, of the Carmi hotel,   Was  very ^uiet !n   Vancouver, he  visited Greenwood for  a  couple of hfyS> .and^ale*�� were going'on in alj  days last week. - ,   j ��'recri��ns.     The unemployed .were  Visits the Coast   s  ^_^  N. J. Carson returned to Phoenix Boundary Line Marked  on  Tuesday,from   a  business  trip  to the coast.    Talking to a repre-  The task of delimiting  the inter-  Phoenix Star for Portland  According to a census taken recently, there will be  about   300 people,   including chil  the boys quit and left for the lakes.  Enemy's Patents  A recent order in council issued  0 .-t,--.  ��   .....umh--     Mike   Mih.h.11     f ...     �� a ,      People,   including  chil-  sentative of the Pioneer, Mr. Carson Na��onal boundary line   between the  Hockev LeZ ,    u*   Bounda��-y  dren'. who will   require assistance  did not seem  to be at all impressed I ^"^clle portion of Alaska and the 171  ?'' * �� WaS tried       ���'"*���' throu&hout ^ winter. ,  ,  n  with the immediate prospect in store  Yukonterritory. which  was started L,l| 1^7 ,?['*. tW�� yeafS a����'J    The   dJffl    Z T . \ ^   C��nfers  tfae  Power ����  '  '      St0re,in 1904, has been finished and ^ ^ ��i   ^  ^ thej��bM^,te^rL^ * ��f   distin?��^ing  anX commissioner   or deputy-corn  _   .. . mshed,and  Noel  for  he Portland  team, according to L^60 those dually in need and   missioner of patents, to  oroer on  the lo^al magnate.   This boy knows L hose s,m"lating poverty, was illus- application,   the suspensi,  a Inh-Ahm.f ��i         trated th* n��t... j . ..       . *J ;  _ r  wood this afternoon, and expe'e'uTof ^Written io the f*��� of man^ of Itawa ^ P^re  his maps "and "SI / ^ toX^^^^m'i, "L"3; *���"*  return tomorrow.    He is registered  te C���?1 ""^WJnea. He thought ports short,y- V-���'    *     , .���J-". .**" W,,l sdl b,m to an  O. Boyer motored up from Green? ICVery where in ev��dence and gloom  )od this afternoon, and expects to' Was written in th" fa~�� "' ���"   r  return tomorrow.    He is registered i ,        -���--.���.,  "����  that in ^Seattli'they were a little  'more inclined to look on,'the"bright  side of things,, even >p so' than  was the casein this side of the  boundary/ but' over'there as in B.C.,  th* unemployed question .was d! serC  bus ^roblemVv''\       ~, ^ ^     ^ ->  J. Ogilvie, who has had charge of  the work for the Canadian government since 1909, has returned tb  Vancouver.     He   will  leave for Ot  .    a.t the Carmi hotel.  *    .Harry Sands, who Has been working at the Carmi",mine since. July,  left for SpoJcane on Saturday. Harry  ' will be missed by his many friends  M he .was always jolly and Jn for'a  .    good-timeY    \- r-   -V/'r'-'  V*:'  ~ * - a*Te��� y��fun8r people^tnrotoredv to    - * v; - - ��** u<-   fy^r���t^���^ r-f -v '-  t' ^^^pBtii^^^ceft Rwpvem^from Accident  pe^rn*. quartette /avpred  tbe Mentally -Wot'while/on. a hunting  :   ?SE&^*!^ is  *** to-be pro-  ports shortly.  The delimiting has been done  jointly by the Canadian and the  United State/5 t governments. The  latter finished its portion of the  work last summer. .Monumehte  made of metal an^imtieded. in.concrete bave-beerY; placed Tat^intervaii  ^��^,^e borderl A In/the wooded.  ���ectjons a path^^O ,fe~etVwide his  be*4 cie^^,tp;<ina^Cthe���divisi^  between the territories ofthe respec*  tive,natipnS: * The fine of demarka-  tion^,stretdbeS ovftrTugged mountain  the lo^al magnate. This boy knows  a lot'about the game, and should be  able to hold his position. Regard,  mg Newsy Lalonde, it.is likely that  eastern club. Five players have al  ready-been signed up as follows  "Cyclone" Taylor, Si Griffis, Frank  Neighbor, Hugh Lehman and Kenny  Mallen. "Sibby" Nicholls writes  tne-^������" ���-     - ' - -  there^,   leave/from  iulating poverty, ������a ���,ua  trated the other day at the city hall"  when a man, ostensibly unable to  speak the King's English except  with difficulty, applied to the  author-ties f��r xvork. From his  "P'dgin English" the clerk made  out that the foreigner's wife and  children were in a very bad way in-  deed.    There  was  no  food  in the  suspension, whole  or in part, of any patent or license  held by any person whose country  is at war with the British empire.  Before granting an application the  commissioner or deputy must satisfy himself (a)  "that the person applying intends   to  manufacture  or  cause to, be manufactured, tbe pau  on tort , o-<.*_1- .."'* .        -      t   ���*   K>- t  .J.  ~*r~-��:  ance was the possessor of more than  ried on as aforesaid."  t Mining Notes of British Columbia fc  Owing to the cold weather causing (Their boring has proved   up  a well       ^  the pumps   to  freeze, all   work has  defined channel, with excellent pros!  been suspended   for  this  season at  oects.   This r��-i, h�� ��� : l.-.  the Welland canal.  (cantiie marine.  been suspended   for  this  season at  the diamond drill camp in  Windfall  .canyon.���Hedley Gazette.  'Phone 56  P. O. Box 309  pects.   This creek has an interesting]  history.     It is the centre of the Cariboo gold belt, and  was extensively i  ; ����� -w..., auu   w��*3 extensively  A very nice shoot of ore both con-  prospected in the early days, in  the  nlralinor nni"  Ul^-U  ���_���J-     i i ,J���~_     1      .....  centrating and high grade, has been  opened on the Great  Northern property, near  Trout Lake, according  to H.  McPherson, who   was  down  last week.    The  ore body is about  seventy feet long and   averaged   in  the   neighborhood   of four  feet   in  width.     Mr. McPherson and hi^as-  sociates, who  have  a   bond  on the  property, have secure^ an extension.  ���Kootenain.  Granite Creek placer camp, is''one  of many historic episodes and gold  stampedes of bygone days, has lost  nothing of its   mineral  attractions.  It:is the opinion of experienced gpld  hunters that the placers there are ;by  n^' means exhausted, and that  b6th  bar and bench diggings will well re-  pay systematic mining.    Some large  nuggets and coarse gold with   platinum have been taken from the creek  this   summer.      Miners   have   had  satisfactory returns from paystreaks,  and- all  are  encouraged"   with   the  season's operations.    It is estimated  that about $5,000 in gold and platinum have been 'extracted  from the  creek this season.'  For the past four years J. A. Mac-  phersor* has been prospecting ion  Chisholm Creek, near Stanley, in an  effort to locate the original channel  of this creek. The past few months,  with the assistance of an eastern  capitalist, he> has been conducting  boring operations, and we learn that  they have been successful in locating  the- original channel* up near the  base  of , Oregon   Gulch  mountain.,  deep ground  directly   beneath   the  present creek bed, but without pay.  ing results.   Mr. Macpherson is now  boring directly over the channel, and  will tap  it  by   a  tunnel during the  coming winter.   The locating of this  channel   will   mean   much   to   that  section of the Cariboo.���Observer."  A meeting of the   shareholders in  the   Silver   King  group,   the   Iron  Mountain  group,   and   the  Sunset  group  (gold) was  held   recently  in  Chilliwack, when the report of Min  ing Engineer. Crossland on the three  properties was received.   Mr. Cross-  land is higglj*;recommended, and is  retained Ythe..year  round   by  large  mining interests in   the   north.     On  behalf of" the  local   companies   he  made an inspection of the  claims in  the-Chilliwack- Lake' district.     His  report'on the Silver King, on which  there   has    been    expended   about  $6,000  in  development work,   was  very,  encouraging   to   the  owners.  The group contains gold, silver and  copper, and Mr. Crossland reported  25,000 tons of ore in   sight, and recommended the driving of three sixteen foot  tunnels   in   the   property  The iron in the Iron Mountain group  was stated to   be   of good   quality,  but that  it  does   not   exist   in  sufficient tonnage to be   a paying  proposition..   It   was   strongly   recommended   that-the   Sunset   mine   be  opened  up and   developed, as there  is an   immense  formation, with the  indications  good, and   a   first class  prospect.���Chilffwack Progress.  The Little Store  McKay & Knight, Props.  $5.00 Purchase  Thcffollbwing list of Goods can be Purchased at our  Store for $5.0��.  1 Sack of Flour  20 lbs. Sugar  1 Package Currants  1 "        Raisins  1 "        Matches  1 lb. Butter  Tea;   I Sack Salt  All the rest of the Goods in our Store are  reduced in Price for Cash.  U  e Store of  3C  3��  rfe*  ^&KSS��0!3yiK^  "'.-���K-*i*!fti  >������ mm  THE   PIONEER,    PHPEmX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ���< .T .  WHEN BUYING YEAST I  INSIST ON HAWING  THJS PACKAGE  "VI  %r  M^M  ��  anthrophy, with which  the mission  aries work, must for the present be  repudiated with all energy."  There you are,- the German military methods now being employed  in Belgium-was 'also the modus  operandi in Africa. In other words,  the ordinary claims of humanitarism  "were to squelched arid treated as  a purely feminine attribute,^ a sort  of hysteria; "useful only as a theme  to be discussed in ��� the German  Sunday schools.        ��� ,-���,,'  abroad greatly benefit our trade,  sincu by' preference they obtain  theii goods from Germauy, but they  may also be useful to us politically;  as we discover in America. The  German-Americans  have  formed a  e       ,  political-alliance'"with'the Irish, and  thus, united constitute a power in  the state, with which.' thVgovern-  men: must reckon."���Profess'6r<BeV-  narci.  bB&i&RO?TO,S��2i$H  ���"-<.  DECLINE SUBSTITUTES  i      *��-' ���*     t        ,  '-*-���  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  ISSUED  WEEKLY  at Phoenix, British Columbia  *,, Subscription, 2.00 per year  2.50 to United States.  Y- L  ,vG. Kay, Publisher.  <*���  ADVERTISING SGaUE  The  Times' ,ParisY coYrespondent  says the  imminent  arrival   of'"the  Canadian   troops ���"in'- France,* soon  after the arrival  of" the ��British In-  .1 .* * *     -t '  dians, furnished Le Temps with 'the  text for a comparison between the  treaties concluded between France  and Great Britain and France* and  Germany. The annexation of Alsace and Lorraine could not be forgiven by France,'but the loss of  India and Canada has not inflicted a  lasting blow to French dignity and  equilibrium. Today, thanks to  British fair play, the two nations  live equally in Canada, 'and the  French   and  British   Canadians are  Behold  the  new  triple   alliance,  Germany, Austria and Turkeyl 'The  combination   is  altogether   natural  and ^therefore inevitable.    Nothing J  could be more logical, than the con t  junction oft. Prussianism  and Turk-,  isni.-   Like  takes  to like, and it is  surprising that the. thugs who assassinated the Belgians and destroyed   Louvain and   Rheims  and   the  fiends  who   ravaged' Armenia and  Albania should have , kept apart so  long.���Victoria Times.  What Kind Do  You Use?  i i  ��. Cream of Tartar, the chief ingredient of Dr" Price's  Cream Baking Powder is a product of ripe grapes* It  is pure and healthfuj'beydnd question;  Alum is the chief ingredient of many- pf the substitutes offered in place of Dr. Price's Cream Baking  Powder. Alum is a mineral add/declared by physicians and chemists to have an injurious effect when  used in the preparation of food.  * No baking powders containing alum are permitted'  to' be soldi in England, Prance or Germany. To avoid  alum and be sure of wholesome, home-baked food,  read the label carefully and use only   .  r n  lr.*-.<-.  The cockney visitors to Madame  Tussard's waxworks, _ in London, j  are objecting to the presence of the  German emperor's effigy that figures  as part of the show. The'manage-  ment should take immediate'sttps  and have the thing removed to the  ��� 'chamber of horrors.".,  Applleatioa tor Idtraor Licence (90 days)    95.00  ���prlleatfon for Transfer of Lioano* 87.90  Certificate of lBflproTementnotIoe(eoda**s)$7.50 J fighting for the allied   mother cdun-  Appllcation to Ptu-chaee I/and notices (80 dart)1] tries.  Delteq-ientOcwm.ernoUcwOOdaya). . S10.00J '   There is iwmore beautiful lesson.  Small Water Notices (30 days)     - .        9T.so\ Perhaps no. more beautiful   chapter]  Dmhnqatat Co-Oymenhip noticme 90dny$ss.oo I ia the annals of civilization than this/'hurt the susceptibilities of the Ajt-'i  DupUeateOcrtiffcateofTlUe noUc*��   . .$8.0�� j definite reconciliation after centuries! berta Herald,  and a-few days ago]  of quarrelling. It was prepared by I it thundered out the warning'that]  equal paralleled development of the] "there was a German vote in]  two   liberal   civilizations,    whereas/Alberta."     ��Surely there is no party]  The Franco-British successes Have I  CREAM  Made from Cream of Tartar  No All  Cards of Thaaka, 50 cents.  AU other legal advertising-, 12 cents a line,  single column, foe the'flrst Insertion; and 8  centa a line for each subsequent inaortJon, nonpareil measurement.  Germany,enslaved by feudal Prussia, ] in Canada that will cater_for it.  IT  Display ads $1.00 per inch,  single! militarizing her universities and wor  column,   per month.   Transient ads.jshipping force,-has  retrograded'to,  SOc.'per inch, per issue; subsequent in-] wards barbarism  sertions, 35c per inch.  Saturday, Nov. 7, 1914.  *M a  EW  Wpf *   '    <s.ift*  *"}%   ' I-    >    - J  M*i/ -  **-*&"-   j-i,'  !>*,  *J&*  IWL  ������ty.--     J. rf  i-  !��<*-".  The   "Cologne  Gazette" is quite  ���Jr. -  ; , .-"a ^'  angry with our .soldiers for being  flippant and with Sir John French  for daring to use "sporting meta-  phors^ in dealing with so grave a  subject as war." Well, he only  spoke of ".fair^'play," and the German does not *seem to understand  that>' The fact is that our soldiers  do not take war seriously���except  when they are f actually_ fighting.  Even German journalists^will hardly  accuse them of-flippancy in the real  firing line. ; **  ,  " *���   ~ - -*     {' ** '  KA  tW  ��  /  1,'  f%  b- %si -  m  .:-*. -'  5? .#��������. S*-  tfxrU  > "  lb  .--^ The Kaiser's press bureau^ is busy  in Canada these days^fand some pa-  * pers are beginning to show the clov-'f  en hoof. ~ One western paper even  went ;so far as to publish photographs showing natives of the Congo minus their arms and ears, but  appareHtly '/forgot"; to inform its  readers that it was to put a stop to  these atrocities that the Belgium  governmeqt took -over- the adminis-  tration of the Congol     Certain it is  ;that after this-step was taken the  ^mutilation and murders ceased.  The Kaiser's govermment, how-  ever, are living in a house of glass,  and consequently should refrain  from throwing stones. " Their administration of South-west Africa  is anything but pleasant reading as  the following proclamation, issued  , on October 2, 1904, by General von  "Trotha, will show:  "The Hereros people must now lea- e  5 the land. "If it refuses I shall com  pel it with the gun. Within the  German frontier every Hereros,  with or without a gun, with or with  out cattle, will .be shot. I shall  take charge of no more women and  children, but shall drive them back  ro their people or let them be shot  ' at,"  ^ > Accordingly many  thousands  of  thev natives   were  slaughtered   and  thousands more were driven into a  waterless desert to perish with hun  -ger  and   thirst.      The   above pro-  "clamation  was  taken  from  VV/  H  - Dawson's book, "The Evolution of  i Modern Germany,"   the author of  which  describes  the Hereros as an  intelligent,   vigorous  and   industrious people.' This little colonial war  co->t the fatherland  the tidy sum of  ninety, millions of dollars, and when  a   certain   Hen*    Schlettwein   was  called   upon   to  give   the    Kaiser's  government  a few   tips   on how to  * manage the African natives this was  his "angelic" receipt:  "The Herefos must be compelled to  work without compensation, and in  return for their food only. Forced  l.ihor for years ii'only a ju��>t punishment, and at the same time it is  tin- best method of training them.  The feeling of Christianity and phjl-  l During the progress of- the'Fran-  cdiPrussian' war, the 'British Isles  was invaded by enormous flocks of  quail 'which,' it is said, were fright  ened out of France by the roar of  the beligerents' field pieces. A similar phenomena has again been observed, but the place of refuge is  Switzerland, and the Swiss authorities are taking steps to protect  the refugees as much as possible.  Up to the present the exodus has  been from the French and Austrian  sides of the little republic.  Washington, Oct. 29.���As far" as  the eye can"see'with the aid of a  telescope the movements of a small  heavy "cargo of dynamite, by the use  of radio-system," in the opinion ''of  Brigadier-General .Weaver, chief" of  b6at offshore, it is nbw: possible to j the  coast   artillery.     Expet-fments  control* such %a"-craft- laden  with, a! which the army is watching arenow  "The isolated groups of Germans  g^reet the coming of a "fcase^of  PHCENIX BEER  WHY?  Because the* Beer is^so/gdod  and wholesome it brinks',the  smile.        ,  -   .+ -,��"'  'PHONE-23  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  LIMITED  -rig  ����:*?���  <*&>*  Are your bands chapped, cracked  or tore? Have yon "cold cracke"  which open and bleed when the skin  in drawn tight? Have you a cold  sore, frost bite, chilblains", or a "raw'"  place, which at times makes it agony  for you to go about your household  duties ? If so, Zam-Buk will givs you  relief, and will heal the frost-damaged  Bkin. Anoint the sore places at night,  Zam-Buk's rich healing essences will  sink Jnto the wounds, end the smarting, und will heal quickly.  Mrs. Yellen, of Portland, says: "My  hands were *so soro and cracked that n  waa agony to pat them near wafcwr.  When I did so they would smart, aad  burn as if I had scalded them.  I seemed  fnitannabletoget relief from anything  pa* onr them until I tried Zam-Buk,  and is succeeded when all else had  failed. It closed the Wg eraoks, gave  me ease, soothed ihe mfiasunatioB, aad  in a very short time healed my hands."  Saas-Baa aUp cum thajlag, raaWa. tafefer  'SYNOPSIS OF COAL  'MINItfG^REGULATTOKS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and "Alberta, the Yukon territory, the Kbi-fl-.-  weist Territories and in a pertion oi the  Provroee of BrfQsh Corambhu may be.  leased for a term of twenfcy-ene years  at an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,660 acres will be leased to  one applicant.  and tUsrta, or past frmt frtm flU Warn  Co., TmronU).   Price 60s a So*.  igei    wWeh the rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sectiojaa,;or legal sub-  divisi<mB of sections, "and  io  unrar--  shall be stakefl out by the aw*licani  himself. v  Each application must be arcom-  pamed by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if the rights applied fdr.are riot  *^a��ahle. but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable  output of the mine at the rate of fhte  cents per ton.  ��� The person operating the mine 'shall'  furmsh the Agent with sworn return*  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined au'd pay the"  upyalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such returns should be furnished at least once  a y^ar.  The lease will include the coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may fee per-  mitted to purchase whatever available  surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of thf 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  y .A gen tor Sub-Agent of Do-  Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the In! erlor.  N.B.���Unauthorized   publication  of1  this 'idvertisemenkwill not be naul for  ���SOfiOO. ' \  or to an  minion  WOOD  First-class Fir and Tarn-  arac Wood, $6.00 per co>-d  Pine Wood, $5:00?per cord:  Fir and Tamkrac,:dbpble cut^  i       , i   s    ���*   r-i** ^      a        am%mmt%iamm^\ ^   "*   *      " *V  *  i i%:ptr ct>rdf,t;$7.p0.tj- ,^\- r^>  WC^W S��aJVHW�� OH  SHOIIT  Robt. Forshaw  >. j-Hvt;* t V ' -  Shoes that Fit 1  s.��A-'  We aake a specialty of Miners'  Shoe*; good fit, nice shape, and  ii\ : nothfnjr hut the best of stock used,  Y   SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  Knob Hill Av*.        Phoenix, B.O.  in progressjwith the object of applying the system of contrpl to a submerged torpedo,'and it is- believed  that the problem already has been  folved,'S���) that an operator on shore .;  can,, direct^ .suet* ,a   torpedo   with "  ?uretyYagainst an enerhy's battleship.  lying"severahniiles oiit at sea/  ���S'r  SB  t<srgmr4mtm aadsWiitorwb��*t|  for aVCvoill S��W CtdfteJoilu* for I.  ���olid tf^wtmW^fi^ity I  Sutton ���^na.ThvlnnjfsS'iodmcn  R* a****** JSaj|i*n��]  j*\ ,\l:if* ������ f��y* m r ��i  , Victoria*     Si .  vaneavvar  ��isr*r��-��r. ����9Van?ui*sr.  soac A��f mts raft ���nrris** ��mumbm  PhcenSx  4 i '  N  has for 16 Years been re-  cognized as the Mining  Medium of the Boundary  country.    ^' ���  JIo the' matter' of ad-''  vertisirig, it reaches "the"'  right kind of people, and .  an advertisement in its  columns ' is certain of->-.|  ' quick' atnd 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.  " Wrien arriving in town  subscribe for it. When  leaving keep your subscription alive. You may  want to come back again.  i'd  S��n^ rr* Your St*ti#ner^ Orders and  ,    Holiday PrSfitlnc to the  Phoenix^Pioneer  t.  9  THE HQME'OF  Advertisers should call  or write for our Advertising rate,, card.    The local  .paper is the local medium  for local  business   men.  Pubtrg&fteci Evory  Saturday Morning-  A BUSINESS MAN IS KNOWN BY THE  QUALITY 0�� PRINTING HE USES  Our Stock of Stationery is the Best that can be procured in  Canada, and our Worksnanshjp will meet with your approval  Why Not Have Your Stationery  Printed by U&?  We make a specialty of Letterheads, Envelopes, Billheads,  Note Heads, Memos., Visiting Cards, Menus, Pesters,  Wedding Invitations, Check Books, By-Laws,  and in fact anything done with Printers'  INK AND PAPER  No Job Too Largre, None too Small  $2.00 per Year in Advance.        $250 per Year to U. S.  ^M *V Il"  -~jiz  *  ^mmM  fHE^PIONEEft,,PHOENIX,;; BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ���y:<?  Be Clean!  Inside and Outside I  .  ��� , K yon would be  nealthy, strong and  -t.-"^^-  Bafts keep the skin  v~.what aboat *�� ���M" of the body?  Yon can* no mora afford to Jwdectlfc  �� or by inactivity of tie JfreR 7T^ <��_���� digootlva organs  _    -^ DR.PIERCPS;     !  Golden Medical Discoverer  _ ,   Oh Tablet or lAnrid ��2^7^^  1  ���wmguini ail tae on  ItooniayaYailyottrsel  ...^is.'is&fSv^ ...   .  ^^���fe����"^'^%S32SI��2SS^'K''S:.  The  Qu^n& Hotel  COMPLETELY REFURNISHED AND REFITTED-  ^  Death and More of It  The following,is the text of the  extraordinary proclamation issued  by the Kaiser to his eastern army a  few weeks ago':  ���'Soldiers, remember that you are  the  chosen   people!    The  spirit of  the Lord  has descended  upon me,  because I am emperor  of the Germans.    I am. the instrument of the  Most High.     I  am   His sword, His  viceroy.      Woe    and  death   to all  those who resist my will!   Woe and  death to all those   who do not believe  in   my   mission!       Woe  and  death to1 the cowards!    Let all the  enemies of- the German, people perish.  God demands their destruction,  God, who by my mouth.cpmmands  you to execute His will." '  .      -/  Concentrates    |  'W'Vv'ff^tJ  Don't surface mine your thoughts,  j Dig a deep shaft with many tunnels;  We beg to announce the reopening of the Queen's Hotel.    This  popular hotel has been completely refitted.throughout;  -      everything new and up-to-date.    Large lofty rooms,  heated with hot-water.' Perfect-fire, appliances.  Night and Day Service    ,  Patrons of this bptel will find "inJi. all- the "'comforts ot home.  ��� Perfect satisfaction is'assurea'all our guests.    It is  .  * the mosttentraJly located'hotel in town.  Btxr Stocked with Best Wines, Liquors, Cigars  you are sure' to find a  vein of "pay  dirt" in some of them.  German mines are being located  I as far as fifty miles from the British  I coasts.'  C. W. Gordon, better known a.s  Ralph Connor the novelist, has  volunteered for service' with the  second Canadian contingent.  Twenty-five thousand coyotes recently serenaded the people .of Kaslo. It is supposed that German  agents have  been   working among  M. G. Wilson, a Summerland resident, benefits to the extent of five  thousand dollars* under the will of  J: R. Wilson, the Montreal steel  magnate. ;  Mewa Singh, the.Hindu who  murdered-W. C. Hopkinson, the  Dominion immigration- officer at  Vancouver, ra. few days ago, has  beer/ sentenced to death  Hotel  * ,*W&-vl  *        i ',   J fi "vr" s**'i  ITHyF - ";>�����  The Only First-Class and Up-To-Date  Hotel in Phoenix. New< from" cellar  to roof. Best Sample Rooms in the  Boundary, Opposite Greats Northern  Depot      v   v     Modern Bathrooms.  \ s  STEAM HEATED.  O. D. Bush, Prop.    ���  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  .  < >v   i, ��� ,  Phoenix, ;B.G;  WALSH & HARTMAN, Props.  FIRST STREET AND KNOB HILL AVENUE  I. O. O. F.  Snowshoe Lodsro  No. 46  Meets every Monday Evening at  Miners' Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  Harry Elamore, Noble Grand.  A. L. McKinnoo, Fin. Secy.  -  Jas. Pierce, Rec. Secy.  ���S'r  <*��  tM -v  Sh9^?|^9ute  to; Pacific, C6ast  ���^Poiiitk ^obd ��� coiinfections at  Spokane with through coast trains  J. V. INGRAM, Agrent, Phoenix.  Daughters of Rebekah  Phoenix Locfsre No. 17  Meets in   the   Miners'   Union   Lodge  Hall First and Third Wednesdays. -  Mrs. W. Humphreys, Noble Grand  Mrs. O. D. Bush. Secretary.  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES  THE KNOB HILL HOTEL  ;   A. O.; Johnson, Prop.  aWammmamamWamammmmmammma-   ,.   ,  First-Class Accommodation for Miners  FINEST OF WINES, LIQUORS AND OIQAR8 IN STOCK.    .  More than  1000  Germans of all  classes from, waiters to merchants  are under arrest in Johannesburg-,  suspected of an attempt  to foment  a rising* among- the natives.  '    The    British    government     has  agreed to pay the WhiteJSrar Line  company   the    sirm   of $3,000,000  for the loss of their steamer, Olympic, which  ran^ on the rocks on the  north of Scotland.  The minimum heig-ht standard for  the men who journey from the oversea dominions to -join the army in j  England has been reduced to 5ft.  3in. * .This is about the average  height,pf the French conscript.  The annual exodus from- British  Columbia to China commenced last  week,, when one thousand Chiqics  composed the passenger list on one  steamer. They are on the way  home to celebrate the New, Year.  The^desire among-former South  African^, campaigners, resident io  Canada, to help General Botha quell  the disturbance-in the Uniopis very  strong. , "j^he militia , department is  is receipt c<f hundreds of applications  fromarplunteers. *  k '      H "'" , * i  **- rhefKeIowna board, of trade,are|  co-operating" with Vernon, for the!  shipment of^ive huodre^b'orsesjforj  the British aVmy. The3" prices to be  paid range from $175 to-$22S, and  the horses are expected to weigh  not less than 1100 pounds.  - The Japanese government are,  "    " 'l"Tr*1"AN "S'*TER^ I considering- the advisability of for-  ���fountain Temple Loitsga, HoUl I biding  tl*e  shipment   of coal from'  Meets in Pythian Hall, JLower Town        /japan vJffb     the   -Phiilipines.       It   is  strong/y suspected that the German  cruisers in (those waters are being  supplied with fuel from Manilla.  NEW VICTOR RECORDS  A Nice Selection' of the Latest  Victor Records, especially  the latest dance music  ' r  New Songs, etc.  \  GOME AND LOOK THEM OVER  fflSr  m  <7~  E. A. Black, Jeweler  "ti  li  * Rhoeiiix Aerie No. 158  Of eets in JJnion Hall, Friday Evenings.  Visiting brothers are always welcome.  *��.  '     ';'Dan-Patterson, W. P.4  ;     *f    '   T/B. Olabkk, W. Secy. '  Kf ���t^P;^odge,  No. 28  Everything in Men's Wear  Phoenix,  B.O.  Meqte; Tuesd a y TEvENiNa at 7.30.  Sojourning brothers^ cordially welcomed. ' *       - '  C. H. Knight, C. C.  ,     Y e. E. Barnks, ' K. of R. S.  f  r; L  Cloth ing:  Underwear  Shirts  Shoes  Hate  Caps, etc.  -Thos. Brown  "Everything  : ���*��� -v/Wf'   ���  Men  " V  ) > ^> - ^ '  .     <���'- '   -)  M  ^ jo-;  Second and Fourth Thursdays,  THE PHOENIX GARAGE  STRUTZEL  &   HOWER,   PROPS.  KNOB   HILL   AVENUE   "     .  a&i  Mrs. E. E. Barnes,  M.K.C.  Mrs. W. Willi *  M.6.C.  'PHONE 72.  YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.  DRAYING  PRINTING  is our business and we are  here to please you.    The  -~ V ' t ' next time .that you  want  any Billheads, Letterheads, Envelopes, Statements, Circulars,  :.f^s,'- podgers---in fact, anything in PRINTING, phone 14  "and we will-y'  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders.     Phone A65.  James G. McKeown  Mineral Act.  FormF.  fw you  Ys&iriples:: :  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  'Oi J-  . Insurahce Agent  fidelity bonds, plate glass,  com missioner for taking  Affidavits        -  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX, B-C.  NOTICE.  "Sterling-ham Fractional" Minoral.Claim, situate in the Grreenwood Mining Division of  Yalo district. "���;''. -  .Where locatori:���In liottie F. Camp.  TAKE NOTICE, that I, Isaac H. Hallott as  agent for William Farney. Free Minor's Certificate No. 6807, intend sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  for a Certificate of Improvement** for the  purposo of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  above claim.  And further take notice that action, under,  section 37, must bo commenced before tho issue  of such Certificate of Improvement*..  Dated this 25th day of July, A.D. 1911.  I. H. HAI.I/ETT.  ur Milk Su  Should come from .healthy and vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  manner    Separated Cream insures purity and  quality.- The Dairy produces both.  Extra Municipal Wholesale  Liquor Licence  NOTICE.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that  on the 25th day of November next application will be made to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police for. the  grant of an Extra  Municipal Wholesale Licence, for the  sale  of liquor in  and upon the premises known as the  Phoenix Brewing Co., Ltd., Phoenix,  B.C.  Dated this 24th day of Oct., 1914.  ALBERT BINER,  Phoenix Brewing Co., Ltd.  W. Hannam, Prop.  DR.DeVAN'SFEMALEPJLLS��S;  medicine for all Female Complaint. |5 a box,  or three for $10, nt drug stores. Mailed to liny  address on receipt of price. The S��obbli, D*ro��  Co., St.Catharines, Ontario. t   .  PH0SPH0N0L FOR MEN��a^SS%  for Nerve nnd Brain; increases ''grey matter';  n Tonic���will build you np. $Sn box, or two/or  15, nt drug8toresfor by mail on receipt of wlee.  The Scobeli. T>rvo Co.. St, Catharine, oamio.  Captain Sbultz,' formerly a well-  known Canadian officer, was arrested recently by the Lancashire police,  on the grounds that he was an alien  who had refused to register. The  capfain was later released at the instigation of the Canadian High  Commissioner.  Nearly 24 years ago the British  Columbia Express company's stage  was <held up by a lone highwayman  on the Cariboo road. A short time  ago^ the strong box was found  in the bushes close to the scene of  the crime. All the papers, including $250 in' money orders, were in a  good state of preservation and easily readable.  The. military medical authorities  at Lyons, in France, recently issued  the following appeal to the population: "Many of the wounded are so  exhausted from loss of blood that  the only chance of saving their  ives is by. prompt transfusion from  the veins of healthy and strong men  and women. Those who wish to  offer their blood for such tranfusioo  are invited to give in their names."  The response was prompt and the  doctors have quite a large waiting  list.  Berlin papers now reaching London bear evidence of the increasing  hatred of Great Britain. The immediate cause of this fresh outburst  is the detruction of the thirty or  forty German ships at Antwerp.  The Local Anzeiger delares that  Germany will get over the loss, but  demands that she shall reply by  acting always and everywhere on  the same principle. It declares it  must be clear to every German that  "there can be no peace and no rest  for us on earth until we have had a  final and satisfactory reckoning  with the nation of Britons."  Goodyear Tires and Tubes  Accessories.  Gasoline  Repairing  Vulcanizing:  Compressed Air on Draught  Note tbe dressy appearance of  these Penman Sweater Coats  It drapes  the  figure as  gracefully as  a  custom tailored garment because knit-to-form  ���knit  with  exacting  care to  fit  the varying  physical types of men, women and children.  Penmans Sweater Coats retain their marvelous and  pleasing shapeliness���because made from the best  selected wool.    You know you need, a sweater  coat���there are scores of occasions when it is  decidedly the vogue.    Ask for a Penman  Look for the trademark.  Penmans Limited, Paris, Canada  Sweaters  *&  ttKWflHffiS82,   .. .. _. ...    __. js-twy*-**  fflfa   ?+fW5H���h5f��"*"&���?  mW^M!S&i  i;j^.'.u"vr'*o-,u��itf��.'MVm*,iapj<-'i'���/* w Tr-cwc-  ��MaJMHWt V ���Wf'MUSUlHKI <$i��!l$M;��A\ifa1*t*'"^tf^  o*/m<  Y*Yfc:Y'  ^^^^^^^^��^&^^^^^^^^^^^^^?  BBITISfc   CbtitTMB!^  litemm..., .,_ _. .,.,.. ....  YYC*Y  ^#liliUi^  PftlRli  ^^^fH,arina'm^PTOpi  ISluffilliS.lSi^^?  ptfSt**^ ^p Y^ $|��  on; (Wednesday riiornmg'forYW^llacai  Jdahpi^r.'-*^^  YY;Ojl^|flya- leifc :;bn|T^^  ^ioinYthe''Ph'be^  '.gdn-'Ci'eek#*.v^  ��������'JY SfcBoyee >5 'andf^iwejr^lMcBb^y"  .^YGirl ���.wiintwwiw^  ���pfflc^bpl^^^  ^^el^islting-^  flMirY^attd  toined a .number: of their friends on  Friday of last week,' at their residence  ^tlMjdepofe^  $^^'iien>;y  even after the. magazine has been re-  moypd^sgei Y.fctiat ^h^^i^aftrpge  lett:in'-theY'bVeech^.Y:-������; :^h'0rnif0'&  YyAYgaiue^  ttiralttta^ fee^;?is"Yipo4-  suchYa ;^)��id 3, re commendation ��� vfbrY thp  elihia fce^b rYPhbenix^YY; Y^  ^-^I'en-^raturningiYfro^  tribal ways;;,leayejthje VrWfcllwid^gbjBi  hind the door where the baby will get  it.^^gun'iH^fm'ps^  .for^fche^childrM^^  the casualty:listof[m. W^ pap^r J"8*  recelviedi'the namer; pfYthe potgc��tpf  theVr. 2nd;' ;Welsh   regiment - appears.  .PoprYeilfe;^  takinj^par|'iflji-^  ret-r^&froifc  flguresJiiY-aUY^  panersVY ���:.'.-''��� ;���: YY'Y ':'���.:-"?;':��� ;.-���*>���������-. ::Y:;' ������ ;,:��'v: "HiYY S ��'%  "-;'-::Thi.'^nolem��ntT:i.W  lowe'en interfered seriously' with the  operations of the youngsters; but with  the exception of a few trivial episodes  that no doubt occasioned It slight tem:  pdraryYm"cbn.y.^  without any undue excitement.:; One  gang of juveniles, which included every  nationality from Brlndisi to the North  cape, was under the eye of the police  'ail/.pfgj^  gasoline tank house behind N. J. Oar/  son's store, apparently under the mistaken impression that the structure  w^s'the usual innocent prey 'for.such'  a''nld"hfc--"V-^ftw-.','.''*'��vi^-'.'t''-'''.'-'v. :v:"T,:''.,-��� ���;"-"'T'',.'J":>  fl,B'"*,^(lrt. W������r/.iji''.'.;.-. -~;r!'.v^./.ti W,\';���;-.  s  :pPercyYPoiUtbn:in'M  :nesday:: '/ifpr:|Dr;; .^ite|^i^,8V^ft'ce'-f^SS(S:  after successfully passing the medical  test, left to join the Grand Forks coibii-  #Mrsi ||^|^t.>H^|y|^t^^:o^4^  Cascade on.Thuradayi:;where.'Mr^Hufr  'i^>-]ijiB^b^en^:j��mpp��  post of agent.' He has now been slated  for .theisposition of:;,night:operator it?  Al Kuskanook Springs we are camped  :j,;-;; ^nightivv.^^.,;;:-.^,;.;^^^;^^^-;./  Jl^e Kleani ��f��� on^c*"*!*^'!*' ^yprottjrV;:-;':  Our lean^tpii l>uiit:bf tlie ce^ar J^rk, Y  But\bwt��ianyt*dng in'.,^p.ci^;^|'YY!|;:  . ;,.:;.;YfY:Y::;;j:-.YY;c*^^  Come fellows arise and stand in a ring.  And: sing a Bo'ng full erf cneerj;:;:1;^;:^:';-/  We'll fill up our glasses iand gaily drink.  Spring' waterin��te^i'bjf-beer.:=;i;^..rYYYYr  The,Yinbinitains-" tower: high^ in Ytheir  ���::fy^gciii^tffl  The moon on their snow caps is gleam-  Aw.  im  MM��  i^,ri  &mk  $2.00;-H. ���':Wv McLennan, $5.W^F. Gi.  DRUGS, DRUGGISTS  isliillttlliRiiiMBS;  !^JYg^ ^J;��;^;^  :iiiiilBiS  ���sri-  !.v|(-,^  ^^v  ||^^J:peoj^e^f|pri^  ^n^^a^sliip|e1d'p^  Sf8i8^SsfSM'Hi^��^^%^  caises of bedding, men; women and  children's  clothing^ aggregating in  abundance and  also :$2000 iii'cash.;  ^isjisY^-^dditibn^  j^tM'tpith^arrny.iswv  th^i^arid.:dblja;rsupjlhe^  mid $5000 tbltheYyyo^en'is Patriptic^  furid:;;;:-v;-:r:^;?y^  '$*W$COBm%lffi$$W  ,' ���'&:&! ii; .-;:r���:<,:-*��.?; .'i*-*.;'-;-:,; Mjii1 '���;'--��� ii; po:; -;.;.:-.*'vi ���'';-';-:���";" :������';:��� >"^/  i!YThe,lCalcutt^Sta^s'm  ;fe]rnr||enr|^l^^|4^  ���.'.C^SM'feLvS  AjvS^iji  i>iS''iv;-'- v.K -.-->.-''���..'/'  Bengal^S'itouf'i^^^^Ml^ibcluiil'.r'"  ing^tiiiYCity;fib^:)^ngboa  trarjspor ts^w^re*prese ryed: frbni,; iti%  Visit-bf-.-.ca^  'Gbvernbr LbrdjCatmichael presen  hirn:^ith'''a"gbld.-^a<cK;:and  recbgnition of these: siervices.'YvY-Y',' :S;,.',  <->-. .���;������-���- - ' ''':? *'"';������- '.^ .'��� :.������'.' .,;-':''.,.''���' -;:-���..   ..'.,.-. ,v .. ' ..%���..:  .-���iSiV'  m?^i.-xmm -'vrvm* ?y;-&|| %MriWM^ ?��; y: fe y :?:|'-:  f Y;^-ing|^);'$!?'^-YY,YY'SY:K  The^Btream | ^rsY|&ib$;|w Wle^sthe  JYYH^sp^ingsJBlpsp^^  The skv with their vapor-is steaming.  Through   forests   wo   hunt - for   the  Y,g:^ribou^;:ig|;'!S  ^i^^i^^e^a��|l*b^  '.Buj6:^6ung^I��efui^  ��Y4;r:n^^^*'t:^'Y��Y/&'^Y5;?'t:?:^^^  And feed on Jack's onions; and.bacon.  We dream bf'our.hoiVies in the: Boun-  And sweethearts for;-.whom   we* are  Their  faces  we  picture -within   the  |-i,:.^mes:^^-*|s^.--y^  Of :th^!'i^mplflr^-briglit-lyibumin  ^'SY^g^��^  ;Yip^r^g|!^jS^   Bngeh;LfSortutoe;:Fw  5:*��ft.*r'4:-;kf  l':  i?^^^l4^S^^J|^^p^a^^^^  -.*;*/'���'-:,-������������?������.'  <?Q;I':  P  ��S  SMeMrlM^mifMcKenMpnHv^^Xl  have.-Vgofc;.ji;he Welshmen's goat." -In,-  A';wl'^*"if-.;;.*--'!^"'-:'-,,fi'.v';'/j-i.;k;v^  &|��;#-';��YiY. vYY.Y's Y;)|Y|Y ^te^M.j*a||j^  '^^y^'T-'i^r:  Rfe"  ^w^re^imeSnt^fpriYgp^ ���,.....,,  :snpif^i^cbmp^nj|��w^  future members of the. cbmpab'y will,  j|oa^i||G-rJmp!|F^ ^vy^^^^.,.>s^^,.^.^..,f^.^;r^ ::^i^'^:---iH  ^-'ff-ri^*^i--,"*''*iV?^'-^'v  ~mm$M;  fei-itllll  t-|S3SSS*>?i  V ,*^ssS'Sp|3  ^4 J  */*  |ii#^:'1;^Y:?Y'-;:;jY;Y^e  iM::!fif:sS;;:"YYjji:Y  l'"l!ilii  3��Y  Ski 'feY:;fi:!?5M;fe  JS*S''J  If  .. ,����� *S    =fe��'��� ;K*S& =-3*1  '���-".;;���? ~-r.'-i.-:AVf?��.'*>*����� "vSi-:"^'!i:��as;'-&','-,'.'t��?-!*:'-';;>.'  iiMsltg^llBi^lt^^  :<:Sf!*5'i  ���n^��"  ���:���'!.?���'���.  This model means Lighter Touch, Improved Base, Greater All-Round -Efficiency, Less  Call or write for particulars to  ay,  PHOENIX, B.C.  ':Y���'" : - The.; first.;^ng^?���cl^^ of one exaniinihgtht "Silent '������':..  Seven" for the firsfe-tinle is^t^Iwpn^r^ a":;.:.-$  delightful touch could be embodied in the mechanism of a machine.  The new .tabulator is a marvel of efficiency;.   The carriage jslides noiselessly to the  appointed place and stops without a jar���an accomplishmefit which willYlengthen^he life  the machine.   The left marginal release-key is^wlplaced is just th^  as an anchor for the fourth finger of the operator^ and-i^ con^te^  have any difficulty in changing from any other keyboard to this one. '^$^^:^<^^'^9S  Ten-year-old Florence Field, daughter of Cyrus Fteki, ���-^���������^.���������m^^--t^^^r  Professor of Shorthand in Detroit Commercial College, wrote  59 words per minute on*The Oliver after,two weeks'practice.  PRENTYPE IS OWNED AND OQNTROIXED EXCLUSIVELY BY  THE "OLIVER TYPEWRITER COMPANY." ,   "-  Can You Spend 17 Cents a day to better advantage than In  th�� Purchase of this Wonderful Machine.  No child's education Is complete without a Knowledge of the  Oliver Typewriter. *.   ���

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