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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Nov 21, 1914

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Wr.^-^^S^&SfesSsSi  ?|^ ;tp pu rch^a^cbns  ;^,?pmebt^bMurfin��.thi|^i^  ^v15- ST!--s '? :�� grave; mistake iand  ���^^^'-rom ;he^-wiil;rpli^it\b0  l��^*r; .^*i?^ weeks^h^|passea;;:|:I m^;?  ^g*P^pjcture;pf:^  :^d^ennin^;;a;n^imSanis^    reservists liviog jn British Columbia  \->ill;; ire turn 3;tb|;.ith^  L��6?&i^:/'��PP��r��u^^  *:i^i';Li?:^;;niap;whd-Drares''ri^  OKANAGAN APPLES  ��� -������;������ ' ���- i "���    " ��� ' ��� - '  due to Arrive  at the  tore  Get Your Order in as Early  orpin,  f^hf.-^art.fbrd.:'hbtt  MMw^P?1*? t ?f;;, Jo^Bassett/^was  Completely;destroy^:by;rlre between  nine ^dyien; o'clock!^ on Thursday  iyeningA :At? the time; of the^ out-  lireakj ^^understaridj|Mrv and Mrs.  ?Bassett; were living v'at 'their new  place^pnone of Vthe former's claims,  situate /about haif-a^miie^frbm :the  hotel. ���; The reflection of the Sanies  .were plainly seen in town", but at  the time it was thought; that the  fire was-much further away/  ��� :y\ .��� ..'.���.'.'  ���*>���:���  ' '.;" '������...������' .':*."  Copper Gontraband  The  German  War Material   Co.,  Ltd., announced on November 7th,  that the  stocks  of copper in  Germany are  sufficient'"even for a long  war, and that private industries may  be supplied.     If this is so how does  the company account for the written  order found on dead German officers  urging upon   them   the  necessity of  saving  all  empty  rifle  and .artillery  cases.     It   was   after   these   orders  were found  that the British government  added   copper  to'the list of  contraband.  1   - -      ...      -���-.< v ^k9^t-*w^(*'e Smiles  frbm:;Hedley;bn1' ^h^Princeton road;  Th?''."party,- consisting of Messrs. C.  A. Steward, ^.C. Holden,  G. W.  \ybodrufT and BilLMasph, the latter  t|te hero of half ay dozen smash-ups,  were;   returning /from :   Penticton���.  vyhen the  car swung into the steep  bank, careened   outward  and  went  oyer  the   lower;.bank  of the  road,  partially. turning "turtle.  .,' Remarkable; to relate, not a single member  of the^party sustained the slightest  injury;" although  it  Will   require the  expenditure  of about five hundred  dollars to place the machine in com-  mission'; again.  (serves it,  sandthiles^i  ���'^::'kW^^$  Mexican Bills in B. C.  Mexican money has been discovered in circulation and the public  are warned :'against accepting it.  The money is in the form of $5.00  bills end bear a strong resemblance  to.' Dominion notes. They are drawn  on.the Banco de Coahuilla and are  value for five pesos, which would  be equal to five dollars, only that  Mexican currency is depreciated by  fifty per cent.  .;^\..  New Meat Market  Harry McKay, proprietor of the  old-established Phoenix dairy, has  .recently extended his business by  establishing a meat market in the  centre o�� the town. Mr. McKay informs us.that he has made arrangements for a regular supply of fresh  prime beef, with prices for his patrons to suit the prevailing conditions  here.  I.O.O.F.   Dance  1  Bert Logan, of Greenwood, has  opened up a. business establishment  in Edmonton. His Boundary interests are in charge of H. Parker.  The local lodge of Oddfellows  have arranged to celebrate the opening of their new''home" by giving  a dance on November 26th, (Ameru  can Thanksgiving). The officials  of Snowshoe Lodge extend .a hearty  welcome-to all resident members of  both the I.O.O.F. and Daughters of  Rebekah, and have further extended  their usual well-known' hospitality  to include the Pythian Sisters and  members of the Knights of Pythias.  The recent "dry"'decision by. the  electorate of Washington and Oregon has enhanced the value of all  breweries in B.C. by 100 per cent.  First Street. McKay & Knight, Props.  ��� \ -   ��� ��� ��� .  $5 00 Purchase  The following list of Goods can be Purchased at our  Store for $5.00.  1 Sack of Flour  20 lbs. Sugar  1 Package Currants  1 " Raisins  1 " Matches  1 lb. Butter  1 ib. Tea;   I Sack Salt  All the rest of the Goods in our Store are  reduced in Price for Cash.  I]  pj.  .���rs  **$  i M  m  :mM  1  fvS*S  THE    PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  i  I  ited'StaiesV  Pubiisher.';  lievihg they thew not what they^id;  ;T^^'.j:had|;.hp;.;realizatioh';:;b  TesponsibHitie^^  .metjnaapojo^  .h^s,^not.;^  ;mu^;:be:v^  i;Sociali0^;^re;supportin  'attc'is^of/;,the  :W^s|ingjtp^  to;|��nyade^  . ,,. $ej|u��lican^^  :����wer>|cou^  ���withbut^usmgfta;;tre'm^  ''i'lAi- '''.':.-';":"''.'''���";'','''":v"-i'''".''-'ir''''',','';''-,"v^ ���" "'���" "���.''''������'���!������'--''"'.'���  "/,"' "'������-'''i.H ���>  motion and arousing the k^ienestJap-  prehension uin^ thej^Umtfed^JStatesi;.  .and |that;���^  ;snghtest!';;;refere^  ooctrin^^^  h.aveibfeeny^  ^��gether,^fprp;sorn^ ex-  ,years{jvand.;';^eytwin^ 0f  i?^;^'^le^ jf^r-i^?r'east J tKre^  Krupp and Co.  The allied   forces  in Europe will  not bombard the cathedrals of Germany when those forces are on German soil.    They  do not engage in  wanton destruction.    , It is far more  likely  that  the   British and French  artillery  will   mark  for destruction  the Rriipp.works at Essen.    There,  Germany's war machines'have been  manufactured.    The firm of Krupp,  which   has, worked   hand, in- hand  ���witH;rth^^  ;scheme';to';:rema of Eur-  ;,Qpei7;;has);:acc|ti i refi;-;inii'm'erpus com.  ,pj.niw|untirjt'Vtia-f^becqme^a gigan-  .tic^^nlerp'riseg;;;;;Withrall^i fc ramifi.  :��&tipns^ fewer  t lian�� ;.70,000 % ;per sons ; .^and ;-i f m e m -  ';bers'^pk^^ the  liylihbodi���'.;'ah'd ;; fortunes, of hearly a  :������;.��������.  for iitqiibrWoonbo (30 Aayn) '. tS.OO  ' ;.;i?-.60  'dred;yearS;Vt6p,e^  pbwer^hou Id\te\ veH.;at^mpt,Jto;cbh-  '$uer^,^  ��� ^y^eii^hJhg^.'.thiiB'i ^rpb  thei-United States;toycphquer-;at the  same: time;   and; this^is'offered'as a  purely^academic  cohtiributibn ^tb 'a  rdayB)' ?"$e^"?:'!^ "a  ?M$P,MP*$&m'^WPM��$$il��$ ia*jdam^tlTheWvaYious^' woSlot this.  'cje's~are dependent upon , the pros  parous^working,of this one! enter-  prise. The. amalgamatedl works com-  weighihg theiprobabilitiesibffhaving- prise  six coal  rnjhes? anumber of  iron mines, cokeries, - six iron   and  steel works, including roiling  the famousi cannon :works at Essen,  S4:$urgeon--Lieutenant|^  ing;/.^|h;i^|hpm:e^  Th'ese^ir.Ger^ansHs'are^wbfluerful  ^��*##��#^  4  What Kind Do  You Use?  Cream of Tartar, the chief ingredient of Dr. Price's  Cream Baking Powder is a product of ripe grapes. It  is pure and healthful beyond question.  Alum is the chief ingredient of many of the substitutes offered in place of Dr. Price's Cream Baking  Powder. Alum is a mineral acid, declared by physicians and chemists to have an injurious effect when  used in the preparation of food.  No baking powders containing alum are permitted  to be sold in England, France or Germany. To avoid  alum and be sure of wholesome, home-baked food,  read the label carefully and use only  CREAM  Made from Cream of Tartar       No Alum  m  mm��  MMn  rnmi  m^  mz  m  M  ''���fit:?,-  m1-  ^ISIlIltr  w��pi|$  m.  m  .msii  Wl  iM.  ��wii  ��']  m  m  wm  il  S*(  ^h^se^'s^  <m  w-'W^jtrV*** -/r'lr'' *��� ^'���^���"i'^.).f;v^f^<:.^-- 7:''^'V.-ij.��-.,'".v^.,' ..���.���;. ^:-:^*;.tt, i. ~ ���" "*" ���--��"-��-- >,'UnSCrUpUl-i,-vis-#,\ .-,<-|--i a;, *-.:-.> f uic*  ��$WM^$^^��f^$%$$#i ;a^pch^b^utes#b^t#^  Commander R. A. Norton, late-'of  the cruiser Hogue, and the chaplaia  of the Cressy,' are now aboard ona  of the warships at Halifax.     It was  Commander Norton who submitted  the report of the sinking- of the  Hog-ue to the Admiralty, which report concluded: "I have the honor  ���^ould^t?beAtb��firiiicKwfrir5Vi^Sfi^K;��fr  ^iht^jtoign^h^  ;men;j^^|5ut?;|^fethfeB^b^  ^I^||^he'*s1tpnes|y^  the, place, had  not  been .��� defended.  the tG&rfann&Un'AWatiK^  a^t  First-class Fir and Tam-  arac Wood, '$6.00* per cord  Pine,Wood,  $5.00 per cord.  "Firand Tamafac, double cut,  ^,'per.cqrd;$7:(XX" >   \.a;.  Wood, dkuvkrcd ., on shout  Rabt. Fore haw  Shoes that Fit I  /-;^.W��make a specialty of Miners'  1. ,|if Shoes; good*fit,.nice shape, and  s :�� nothing but the best "of stock used  "   , 'SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  (NICK PALQRCIA,; ,  | Knob Hill Air*. ,      Phoanix, B.O.  to submit that I' may be appointed  to another; ship as soon as I can  get a kit.'' His request Was granted  and he is now oiVof the romman-  ders on the Norlii Ameriian station,  probably on "the watch for ' the German cruiser Karlsruhe.  foi-ga-nltm trndicir-n curwbMt I  for B.C����tfl.S��-*c> Catalog a* for I  .   solid tfu��r^��t��^o(]--imtr  '   andi{��-rikiiii��tioia  S o&d now for Copy fr*��  Sutton fcSena.TbtKin^s Sotton  .^  V  ^���/r  mg|w^e?pnce]|p^tid  ^|||||^b^^n|n|||g^Bel^  "iB?EU.-S&WiaKii^��.li����v'i'i^^-i^^  ^.JJ^hat^souir.ci^^  ta^|>n|;ffie?'?^ds;^  Iff'  w&$�� i  . *  am��    '  -mv  -  ;;:K :;'^'l5ike^,;::'bs'triches||siickmg. ���;their  heads into thie'-sand^so"as./notito;see;|  they were  blind   to ;the inv'asiori^f  Luxemburg,   Belgium^ and ^rance|  and  as   though; .hypnotizeil  by  the  Kaiser  and   his pitiless,; shameless  chancellor,   theyj-had; eyes phly'fpr  that ogre,   the; ;;czar,v;whpse; Jworst  sins against  Russian'freedom couid  never have been; cqmmitte^wjtH  the support pfejtfie'^ajser-^'sup  porl encourage|l:ag^iri .and again by  the    pusillani mi lyZ of IthellGe rnV an  Socialists.      ?^$l^\i^0:^'^^'/:^  "I can ^onlyjpardpnthe^  %|3;P^ Jll^^^p|'|pP ROrtu.P.ity|fpr'  ;^ib^rbjrim;tpn^  |rec|B^;vi|jioiesal^^^^  |fo^be^|a;3|n|lh^^  |raitej^ar^yndjer;"a^  ;^^;^p|refergtoS^i^^  ^^ion.;pf;';s1hppj|ee^^  ^���i^r!?^' "?Psji ^Mrpng^in^cranium  ;manipjujat6rs;and^^b1ip^p^  ';|;jGerrhan;:ayiatbrsSha^  $j?g,�� ^PJ^^ie^^^by^/War^aw  felling. the^peoplW  of;; thejfjGermarisg as no civilian  WP^'W; 'be injured; , J But as they  l^^l^^r^ppjs ^tlithfefsa'me-1 time  and^killedjpr'^wounded about forty  of; the said-civilians/ the latter may  bee-ccused' if trjey^clp; not'place too  much reliance on these latest scraps  of paper.;;^~.>';v''i).;;'v.v;;.^r:'>^-:.' '';;���,  ^h'.  Next tpthe betrayal of his gentle  faster by Judas, the betrayal of a  g^at Principle by the German Soci-  :^j)^s'^-!;^ia.nd' out on the imperish:  able rolls of time, written in letters of  bipod shed by thousands of innocent  -&$ S-PP^'-S'V6   PJeri^i women   and  phildrenr      '"'''  )rl The; Kaiser must be: in a peneten-  t-1 :�����?d��� Just now. :; He has got  th^e court barber to trim the ends of  his- moustache,   while  ;nature   has  done its part by turning the hair of  his head white.  SYN0PSIS;?OI^CO^  |v9^'- Bwi*-8 -^gi^ ^^Dpminipji,  'i?^1* ^nibibay '��SaBfe^hewaiir ? aiid^<Al-  jbe>^,'; th'^ukorrT^rUc^ .  Svv^:Te)r^tpn-��:;^nd^    a portion of the  lemed^foi-ytiCTm^  >rfian: annual rei^ot^an! tore/ ��� ':Not  ���mo^'thaii. 2,560 acreC^tbe^lelteed to  jpne;a^p|riicanfc;^^;;.;^;^^  ^^^^V^^^^-^S?*^^ be^nade  ^'^tbe^a^p^^^  ;Agmt;.pi~^^i^t;pit;^e'^  5which'thlBji��i^hts applied; for ��� are'sifcu-  :atedj��';t;t:;.;^;^  v| In eurveyedJiemtt^-y the land; must  be ^escribed by; sections, or legal subdivisionsvfpf secfcionB,: and in ;unsur-  y^yed territory the; ^adt applied for  shall be; stakea Put *by<the; applicant  jhimself;;;...^v>'^j:v^';;;'.>>;-v;^;;x4v- ^v'"  ; > Each^application ihfisfc, be' accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not  available, but not otherwise.- A royalty shal^ be 'paid oh the merchantable  idutput of the mine at the rate of five  cents per ton.  . The person operating the mine eball  rurmsh the Agent with sworn returns  accounting, for the full quantity, of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal minine  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 x considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at the rate of $10.00 an acre.  vFo.r3 lul1 ipformation application  .should^ be made to the Secretary ofthe  Department of the Interior, Ottawa,  01'-^*"-��& rFn<> ��r Sul>AKent of D��-  .'.    ' w.w.cory,  J;i  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  ,,?J-B-���Unauthorized publication of  -Soeoo6 rtls^u^ntwiU nofc b6 Paid for  Commenting on the action of ihe  Turks in going into this war, the  British premier says-"the Ottoman'  | empire has  dug its own yrave and  'committed suicide."  It Interested and should know  M��Rv��fwiSiiaag Spray  Toe new Vaginal Syringe    Best  ���M<��tcojpreiU<;nL.  Itc'sanses  ^fniEBidK      As c your  Phoenix  Pioneer  ;' has for 16 Years been re-  , cognized- as _tfie Mining  K 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  1 Americarvsubscription list  ,' is one of the largest in  the Kootenay.  When arriving in town  subscribe for  it.    When  leaving keep your subscription alive.   You: may  ��� want to come back again.  {? Advertisers should call  or write for our Advertising rate card. The local  paper is the local medium  for   local   business   men.  Send in Your Stationery Orders and  Holiday Printing to the7  Phoenix Pioneer  THE HOME OF  A BUSINESS MAN IS  KNOWN BY THE  QUALITY OF PRINTING HE USES  Our Stock of Stationery is the Best that can be procured in  Canada, and our Workmanship will meet with your approVa^'  Jfhe car"otinnply tha  MAJ<VI.4c��pt no other,  but send   imp/orillunrated  boolc���m :jd. 11 glrc, full partlc.  ularsand   irect ona invaluable to Iadl��-  WlHPf OR SUPPLY CC,  \fiamt.r. Out. General Agents.-,-C*  Published Every^  Satw rday BVBorn I nj-j*  Why Wot Have Your Stationary  Printed by Us?  We make a specialty of^ Letterheads, Envelopes, Billheads^  ..     Note Heads, Memos., Visiting Cards, Menus, Posters,  ;.j,r Wedding Invitations, Check Books, By-Laws, ; j ;  ���V'.K.'^-.^..' and in fact anythingdorie with Printers' '  INK.AND PAPER ,,;  No Job Too Largre, None to�� SmaiB  The  $2.00 per Year in Advance.  ?2,50 per Y .ar to U. S.  rs.^-^w^I,...s;���..wwn,n^j(V;w,;.fffi[..��,^r  .    . .;;''r.'.^..'��>y,s..i^|!vt'/('';M^'A^^ MtimaeaaaayaimUflia-iji! U  ^.^.^M...fi.M.i.w.jj.i.^^ ���uta-   II11 .11 _���  I,,. i    .  ir* **i*vW*l'*'-l��',*Vt"^    A  i* i i'i ti i ���tfirajigJmunaiaii     lj-L I i'-flJl)  '     i  ?";t  THE  PIQ^EU.    PHQENIX,   BjRITJBH   COLUMBIA.  ,3��"  ��OIJal;^iiOdD  ���"V-SSf^*8 GoWen Medical Discovery  1b the balancing power���a vitaiMnr* rvr.�����-   Ti    ^    ��*��w��*,*,j  ������ organs of mgostiori anffiriHr?n^e��. '* !?��.on lhe stomach  i &e blood.   Thus fresh^S&"hM#1,^21��fl,ters wWcsh  k���i��   rruj- _*!!!"�� ���������B�� vnaiized blood feeds the nerves heart  Tiown alterative rellmna <.��fa..i. ~J ��v_ ..Jl_?' ?elirS  -������������' i   .i ���  I    Concentrates  A Cool Lot  T. ��� . ��� ��� ..        - A Norwe��ian Paper, published at  The season for trout fishing was  Bergen, gives the following tribute  3Sed On   Novemhor 1'lh ����� , .. . B  ��� and ore  clean i  closed on November 15th.  German mines in the North sea  recently sank three steamers belonging respectively to Norway, Holland  aqd Sweden.  tonic in liquid or tablet form at nnv r?��?��'?Jn thta  Bend 60 cent, in 1-cont atamoa for SSS?f faStSrS:  Send 31 onm-ctnt itamp* to pay coat of mailing ���,, ���  POM*.    jUMStom />.-.  A. V,  puree, Duffalo,   ���V  The British Columbia Anti-Tuberculosis sanitarium, at Tranquille, is ..    .���..v   wC���.    o.i��:r  reported to be hampered by a pauci- we had broken through the Belgian  ty of funds.'   The institution  may resistance,   it  was  French's   army  to our soldiers from a member of  the German General staff: "The  British soldier is cool, indifferent to  danger and to the dispensations of  Providence. He stays where he is  commanded. He shoots magnificently,  extraordinarily well.    After  M-yA'  A"  ,^s  isfciiiM  *  The  Queen's Hotel  OOMPLETELY REFURNISHED AND REFITTED  We beg to announce the reopening of the Queen's Hotel.    This  ���..popular hotel has been completely refitted throughout;  everything: new and uplto-date.    Large lofty rooms,1  heated with hot water.   Perfect fire appliances.  Night and bay Service  Patrons of this hotel will find in it all the comforts ot home.  Perfect satisfaction is assured all our guests.    It is  the most centrally located hotel in town.  Bar Stocked with Best Wines. Liquors. Cigars  WALSH & HARTMAN, Props.  FIR8T STREET AND KNOB HILL AVENUE  The National  Apple Show  Spokane,  Wash.  ��,-  Round Trip Fare from Phoenix.. $7.20  Tickets on Sale Nov. 15 to Nov. 2.1st,  inclusive.       Return Limit; Nov. 23rd  VIA THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY  j;  l*Xt,;v"1''-*-, .     ...J-.V. INGRAM; Agent, Phoenix.  may  even have to close its doors.  A prominent German general has  made the prediction that 500,000  of his countrymen would be killed  and two million would be captured  and wounded before the end of the  war.      l  In three weeks the Canadian  Bridge company has completed one  quarter of its contract on the K.V.  R. bridge across the Fraser. The  structure is likely to be completed  in three months.  The secretary of the United  States naval department has ordered the chief of the secret service to  institute a thorough search through,  out the country for secret wireless  stations, alleged to be in use by  belligerents.  The consulates of Great Britain  and France at Brooklyn are watch,  ing with significant interest the pre-'  parations now under way for placing a torpedo boat destroyer, formerly in the United States navy, into  a sea-going condition. Thousands  of dollars are being spent in her renovation.  Describing the fighting on the  Vser, an English correspondent relates how he saw a huge Belgian  from British Columbia using hir.  rifle like an axe. Standing at the.  head of the bridge, the man was  seen to biing German after German-  down until he was felled himself  with a bullet in the thigh.   -  The Duke of Connaught, chief  scout for Canada', has recently made  three awards for gallant conduct.  Scout W. Barrie, Montreal, for rescuing a boy from* drowning;" Scout  that stayed the retreat.    Our efforts  to drive them back were in vain.  "The English  are  a strong athletic people, so we decided to shoot  them down.    We ordered our best  shots to tackle them, but the result  was not in our favor.    Then we got  all our artillery that we" could spare  and swept their trenches with a hail  of shells.    But bow can  I  describe  our   astonishment?   . Beyond    the  shell-swept  zone   we  saw  soldiers'  heads  moving,  and they began to  use their rifles again as soon as the  coast was  clear.    They are a cool  lot  -**N  cuts Monday's  labor clean  in half.  The Sunlight way is so easy  , ���just note. First you soap  the garment; then roll it up  to soak. -After a while you  rinse it thoroughly and the'  dirt drops out like magic.  Why scrub, and rub, and  wear and tear the clothes  when the gentle strength of  Sunlight Soap will do the  . work with never a hurt to  fabric or hands.  Try it once��� ;  _ this  Sunlight  "way.  At all grocers  i a ritAr&,  r 'J Mff  ���t ''> /}.  ��0$  134  The Kaiser is the new Mahdi for  whom   men   die   in  masses,  going  with fanatic  resignation  to inevita  ble death.  I. O. O. F.  Snowshoe Lotfjre  No. 46  Meete  every   Monday   Evening  at  Miners' Hall.    Visiting brethren cor  clially invited. -L  Harry Elamore, Noble Grand,  A. L. McKinnon, Fin. Secy.  Jas. Pierce, Rec. Secy."  John Hope of La' Chute, for'briog.  ing an > unconscious ,boy   to, shore,  and Scout. Erick  Braurid, .Who had  rescued    a    girl   who   had   fallen  through ���the ice 4t Winnipeg1:  > Aa order in council was signed at  dttawa, on August 30, prohibiting  the export   of  nickel   from Canada,'  except to France, Russia and Great   __ ^_    Britain.   Canada possesses the most I Meets Tuesday Evening at   7.30.   - 'Sojourning    brothers   cordially   xvel-  Daughters of Rebekah  ', Phoenix Lodge No. 17  Meete In   tho   Miners'   Union   Lodge  Hall First and Third Wednesdays.  Mrs. W. Humphreys, Noble Grand  Mrs. O. D. Bush, Secretary.  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES  Hotel Brooklyn  The Only First-CIass and Up-To-Da.te  Hotel in Phoenix.     New from cellar  to roof.    Best Sample Rooms}: in the  Boundary,   Opposite   Great  Northern  Depot.      y   y      Modern Bathrooms.  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix, B.C.  KB  *f**  IT" "  fa      ,  STEAM HEATED.  O. D. Bush, Prop.  NEW VICTOR RECORDS  ANice Selection of the Latest  ^f7  V *��� P}io��nlx Aerie No. 158  Sleets in Union Hall, Friday Evenings.  Visiting brothers are always Welcome  ^ "'       DAN PA-TT-5B80N, W.P.  i* ���   T. R. Olabke, W. Secy.  K. of P.  No. 28  Lodge,  Phoenix, i  B.O.  Victor Records,"especially  the latest-, dance music  ���   -: .New, Songs," etc  COME AND LOOK THEM OVER  THE KNOB HILL HOTEL  A. O. Johnson, Prop. -  First-CIass Accommodation for Miners  FINEST OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CSOARS IN STOCK.  'PHONE 72. YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.  Should come from healthy, and vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  manner Separated Cream insures purity and  quality. The Dairy produces both.  I  THE DAIRY      J. W. Hannam. Prop  Mrs.  J  is- our business and we are  here to please you.    The  ������-M,i,..ii? T" next time that you   want  any Billheads, Letterheads, Envelopes, Statements, Circulars,  Cards,* Dodgers���in fact, anything in PRINTING, phone 14  and we will  shb w y 6 u  samples : : :  Phoenix Pioneer ads. Always Get Results  Read in every home, if you ha 'e a house or furniture to sell, its disposal is certain after an ad. in th ; Pioneer. Give the experiment atrial  in the cheapest and most satisfac.ory advertising mart in the Boundary,  extensive nickel deposits in thel%W��g  world, and produces eighty per cent  of the world's supply. / France's  possession of New' Caledonia produces* practically the'otHer twenty  per cent.  Dr. Ella Scarlett-Synge, and-ten  members of the Royal Sanitary Institute, have volunteered for active  .service with the second expeditionary force. In a communication to  the brigade headquarters the doctor  stated that all the members of the  corps are fully trained and qualified  to. take" the field with a fighting-  force. There are six women and  four men in the section. '  ,Great Britain has now formerly  annexed the island of Cyprus in the  Mediterranean, over which she has  held a protectorate since 1878. The  island was celebrated among the  ancients for its deposits of copper,  and by whom it was known as .XEs  CyrJrium or Cuprium, from which is  derived the present-day name of  copper. The island has always had  the reputation of being one ofthe  most unhealthy of the British military stations. It is situate about 46  miles from the coast of Palestine,  and 60 miles from Asia Minor. Cyprus possesses a fine mounted  police force.  Nearly a   mile   and   a   half of the  preliminary   shaft   of the   five   mile  tnnnel to   be  driven under the Selkirk range, for the C. P.R., has been  excavated.     On October 26th, 5014  feet had   been  excavated out of the  pioneer bore, a  small passage running parallel to the main tunnel from  the western portal.     Rapid progress  is being made with the main tunnel,  which is designed  for double track  traffic.    The main heading has beet  widened out to  its   full width, 237.'  feet from   the eastern   end of opera  tions and 1256 feet from the west err    f  E. A. Black, Jeweler  C. H. Knight, C. C.  E. E. Barnes,  K. of JR. S.  Wri'r I  PYTHIAN SISTERS,  ���Mountain Temple Lodgre No. 171  Meets in Pythian Hall, Lower Town  Second and Fourth Thursdays.  Everything in Men's Wear  E. E. Barnes,  M.E.C.  Mrs. W. Wills,  **R.C.  Mineral Act.  FormP.  .    CERTIFICATE OF_ IMPROVEMENTS. ;  NOTICE. '  "Sterlingham Fractional" Mineral Claim, situate in the Grreonwood Mining Division of  Yalo district.  Whore located:���In Lottie T. Camp.  TAKE NOTICE, that I, Isaac H. Hallett as  agent for "William Farney, Free Minor's Certificate No. 6S07, intend sixty days from tho  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recordor  for a Certificate of Improvements for the  purpose of obtaining- a Crown Grant of the  nbovo claim 1  And further take notice that action,  under  section 37, must bo commonced before tho issue  of such Ccrtiflcnto of Improvements.  ��� Dated this 25th day of July, A.D. 19W.  t H. HALLETT.  Clothing:  Underwear  Shirts  Shoes  Hats  Caps, etc.  Thos. Brown  "Everything a Man  . Wears"  Extra Municipal Wholesale  Liquor Licence  NOTICE.  NOTICE IS HEREB5T 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.  THE PHOENIX GARAGE  STRUTZEL  &   HOWER,   PROPS.  KNOB   HILL   AVENUE  Goodyear Tires and Tubes  Accessories  Gasoline  Repairing  Vulcanizing  Compressed Air on Draught  DOsVAN'S FEMALE PILLS����&$  medicine for all Kemnle Complaint. $5 a box.  or three for $10, nt tlrug stores. Mailed to any  ii ddress on receipt of price. The Scobbli. Drtjo  Co., St. Catharines, Ontario. t   PH0SPH0NOL FOR MENJS^SS^  . , for Nerve and Brain; increases "grey matter";  entrance.     A  section  706 feet long    n Tonic���win build you up. $3 a box, or two foi  i        . ,   .    ,     .   ,, F I J5, nt drug stores, or by mail on receipt of price  has been completed at the east end.�� thbScobbia drug Co.. st. Catharines. Ontario.   Insurance Agent  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE GLASS,  COMMISSIONER FOR TAXING  AFFIDAVITS  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX, B"C, maWkWaWSaWaWkmmmkWaW^  11^   ~  '���' '   '"'" 'Ba^ij/ai*il"     '  ;i-'!>^v ���'-.''  MaMBWaWnaJaBBPiiiiii n t-    " : l       ��� ij  g&s$s^i^^  $Efl?^  :rdm"s  VjI/'.'WS .'���������������. ���:!���.; <<&:.   WewspapL..^,  *��;  SP1  ^.!'iiw-',.'.'V.,i?;.:.'. ������������.���'.".���(��� ,>^>ii-:J;:-:i'*/:"'v;,>Vv\-*:-'  ��� Sv  ,_.i'^elr'  1  I  l|#,  e Stated; services Mn^.fcheCathohc  Hire' as.' iolio we: ;?iPirsfcaii^'*liirfl  ilipas^r^''^;!?^^  l^;-,*;,  ;The,;^^  DIN I.N G R oloM^SERVICE  Nine Wall-Lighted |  Phone 12  2i As|;isvi A R$ HAL L^^OP..  m4l  iKS  I1S&1  5SS  'for Motherhood  \m  iPbrts^rt'iMonday^rl.;: ������ |?^' ^; ;;;;';:f ������' :.^%V;'?  -:';:Jo)in'-Wiison:'' and Arthur^Anderson  left;6n;Monday; inornina for the coast.<  ,enroUtp|for' Hidden :'cre&i!i0^0'0:^-:  ;tne^orfo:For&;rec^n^  ;'^WJ^y^not-ti^^the' ;new/iheatttttarket  ���yqur."nixtj.oitf^  :H,rM;oKoyi';;prbprie^^  A^rtdmfnal'C^  .le:bte<l:;fr- ��nV;the '.��� gen^emen/vattondiriif?,  it^;ddd;>Felipw^;: dancef bn!*NpTember;  a ^There was general rummaging; Jor  bob; sieigtis this week, aM the familiar  ���Oty'^of^''. track"'''!?; Inow^heard;;.iip:;;;th:e7  landV Sleighinfc^  isvbut^tth'e/question^  ^.JWmV'SIack;^^  I^indrnbre'B ranch on Nicholson creek|  Bjil expects to be back initown whep'  lihe;mine; opens up, withvsome choice  cbrner.lbtsohHindmoreyille townsite.  iG��org^;McAuiiffe,i of Phoenix, carni^  here this week for the purpose of- open:;  ing!;a.jailor ^shbplih the building ad-^  jbining^th^TWilHams jbarher shbjp^/Mr;  Mc��uliffe;has;attata  putation in his line.^RepubHc7;ifews  ..live made thejfc  some ^mbnthS ;'pMt,'^lei^;; durin^^the'  ���arly part of the jweek for Vancouver.  P;^?;:|McBlrpy?accom  far as Spokane and returned to town  pn;^ui^ay.^':>i.;'^  ^T^:&ayor^^  'Gaimpt&U'/^  ;.;!$na;^  ^he^VpiSyi^^  some action' looking towards providing  employment for those requiring'it in  .^A!^ii^ple]of^dp)wn;p^ ^^ibrjpjBght?  ;ffi^t^w^iaB^-;w��^^4^^  ,andiT^;Bpf^|6rougii^  ���MeMi^fHyinfpweny^  ;^nk^:iVah^J^;|Milliiigt��n^  for ten heads, and according: to all ao^  i'iWe^^lhi^Mpr^  r %;|:Thdmas;;^ong^cH^ of  :;RbssIa;rvd ^:.and| Aiex/;5t^a irti| police  ;coostab'ie^in|the;'is>me^c^  appointed ^hiefan^  't��v;eIyj;on;;;|ihe|Nrispn  ^��png;; was;"tne' most^  '���tfie: police ^^^^>^^^0^d��  '$ui 'his ifriends^iri;;Me;ifipund re  'i^pt; iurprtsed3'tp|;iearn;^  ^cided^-ieave^ilje^  ;hVHas:fso';i6n^  ij^oticevis'fle^^  Sanies  Cawb^^Bar^^  ^derttenimeand^stylebf N;;J^Car-  'sdn & Go., at Phoenix; in; the;Province  of British Columbia, as   Storekeeper,  has, by deed dated the Thirty  of Octobery ^^15^1914/ assigned all hiB  ^real ahd^perspnaV prope)ityF credits and  effects which; may \be; seized; sold ? or  'attached ��under; execution^ .to; Alfred  "Shaw;'.:o��ihV  Province 'of British^Cpluihbj  :tered ''^cpuntaht, 7j:for;.;theypurposej of  satiafyiiiig^rafeablyand^^prbpoir^ohately,  jiuid withbui^preference Md!pm^ty all  his ��� creditors?!^;S^ ������y^^^i^'^-f^.  ^vA:hd''thatra;m^ting):b^  ^f thesaid i^Isbjn; James CartohrWili be  :h'eld-V''itMiet^niw'f^  ;Bhaw^Rb0m^ia(V5Bbwe^  GranvilleKStreet, inrttte City'of^Van-  ;cbuver^bn^Fnday^the {;Th^rteenth^d ay  |>f :ifoS&ejoib^|^ of.  ���threVio'iab*k'i.itt'^<B^  ^;A^nUr'that$a1i��per^iis;^  i^ain^l^soiipJaines/l'Gar^  Qmr��d?b$^forypa&?T>&w  duly verified by; Stafiitory Declaration,,  to the said Alfred Shaw, in the City of  Vancouver, on or before the Fourteenth  ;day;bi^ece^^  'ail'perjSOT^i^b^^'ti^  SFamestCars^^  amount dueby them to the said assignee  ^forthTO&^SJ;^^  And7tiiat5:afterS^fsaid" Fourteenth  'dayiibi^TJbcemip^l^  .iignee;:;^il|pjr^ed]^  assets of the estate, among those parties  DRUGS, DRUGGIST'S SUNDRIES, HIGH-CLASS  STATIONERY, PBBFDMES, CONFECTIONERY  ,,������, tmimmiTirr^mrr^ammammm mw immemmmmmmmmmmaggaBasSSSSSSOSSSSS  Agent for the famous Nyal and Na-Dru-Co Preparations.  T. S. aUANC?  PHOENIX, B. C.  Cougars Killing. Deer  Ed. Mellrud returned, to town on  Monday from si visit to his ranch  a few miles above Rock creek.- He'  says that there are a great' unany  parties hunting in the vicinity of his  ranch and' deer are very plentiful.  The large numbers of deer appears  to. have attracted many mountain  lions and altogether, the deer are  having a hard time of it.  DRAYING  .Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer.    Careful attan-  . tion to all orders.  ' Phone A65.  �� ''    - ,    -  James G. McKeown  - IfBUppresiies-neivous^^  . J the qualltyrahdquantity of milk ^ ^ " |  I ^ife-^i^KrvTO^bia^iw&^ei-rcSy-!..  | ;Bf�� 'celW.   Ita UME ood SODA help -^  ��rold rlcket* and nialio tec thing e��*y.  nsnESEaaanaaE  rm]  WMiMtiMm  ��� h* ��-h����   rpn��;nr<;hir��    is "so..strict ovel  th"ere;4th"at;;-;h^"fcyoesn't;4k^pwg  Rhenish Prussia," enquiring th^'rea- -���-~=-================  ^S:^^L^a^^^'iJ^S&^  ie;: lo^ingt^^rri|^H^^i^  ^^ib^xact^'J]I^hi^^  ed:;my^ap^icatibp^ro^  R^la1M';.ppJicev"y|��|^s^^^  :^yar! is declared .1".;  ���*:*��#��  Builds you up and  makes you strong:  How do you feel to-day ?   Not,quite right ?  Energy a little below standard���not strong  enough to make much exertion?.  NYAUS  COD LIVER COMPOUND  Ys'-wliatyou need? Don'tige^frighWneil about these  words "Cod Liver."    YoU'oV'never know it from the. -      ^  taste.   Jt's a^real tonic, containing cod liver extract,:  .?  extract.of.ra.nlt;-wild che'rry. and hypophosphites-^'  a   splendid   combination.   The cod, liver extracts .  build you up���so does   the extract.of malt,    lie  ;rwild; ,chcny soothes- the bronchial  tract and\ the   _  hypophosplutcs supply phosphorus  to the nervous   ,  system'���just the tiling"'it"needs./'And-the-taste -is'  pleasant.    As, an 'all 'round'tonic, strength restorer   _.  and f body-builder ./yaunir find ^nothing, better than  ^Anything .you  -���> ^witn the Name,  will giveyoa  ri- entire j'N ���'���  ���aftufaetion.  Sold 'and guaranteed by  T.'S. QUANCE   -   THE DRUGGIST  ���5~'f,      ~>^  ���>Ii ���r  TBI PHOENIX PIONEER *���^^^  *Jiw<f^^^��3p^S5*Sii?fH3i'5,,'.-Ba ��� ,,aaaff'_*.''':iw^^ ���'^A:';-si^B|.;aal'"*���"'Baf^iiaai-aal .?���'��� '-���'���������" -i<,:'- k.'.--^B ���rj^aa'v ������ ;'JBT^aw'iaai-'���'���'��������*'��'a "t'-'-'-'-''^^.^^^  Th Le?s  Mental and Physical Effort.   Speed'recbrds that have h$^  The first thingtyrhich invariably stri^^  Seven" for the first time is the wbnderfu No one dreamed that such a  delightful touch could bei embodied in the mechaiaism of a machine.  -The new tabulator is to the  appointed plac^anS! siop withpu the n{* 9f',  the machine.   The Eft  asananchor for thllfo^  have any difficui|^i|fc|^  Ten-year-old ttorehce Fiel^  Professor of Shorthand m^  59 words per minute on The plwer^  PR!WTYPE 18' OWWEp AN6S OOWTROLLED EXCI.USBVELY BY  ::,':'' THE "OLIVER|i^EWRIJER;COM ;:^-.v^';;  Can Ydii Spend 17?0��nt�� 4* day-to..-' better advantage than in  the Purchase ��f;th^  Wo child's educai^ 8^*3^  ^."i'-.v.OBIver Typ-DwKte^;-';; '������;::{^':.  ::,::)  -*^i��r^!^^

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