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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Nov 28, 1914

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 mi  x  VWX&J&ltii..  <A  YY4:^Y^YY^��[iWm, "JmnM  ���Yyv-i&.Vr^rviiM.::"i.'Y^tiT.;ltX&. *  a    *   Iv  ���fS .  , I *���*'  *o,rn i ���  The largest copper mines in  , the Dominion are situated  at Phoenix.    The Granby  Oo. employs 600, mejn, and  has a monthly pay roll-of  \ over $50,000: Two railroads  ' -i' afford access to the city.''  *y  Devoted to the Interests otffcfre^p^  I -"  THB   PjB^iENE^I)^.  publishe^in;^'~  '.    mmiicipiMity^ _,���,.,.,.  , altitude^Mf<^H^!9|cij  has a' T^pWB-"^^'^   ___ TT .        < V.   , '   PHOtfNIX,. B. C, SATURDAY, NOW2#,rr1914 - -V,:  �����>       >v ,: i   '  :  *.*!,'��� v-*1 .    <n^^Ki'|||l^^|iP  SIXTEENTH YEAR1- ���   v "��� ��� '     ,     ,    ''' ' .   r   - >   ~<   '���-'  ������ , - ��� ry '     ''       -   '   ������-��� ^J^^^^iS^  Crustiing^Blow .'Delivered'by: the Russiari"G^tral.,:^^^  ^^ '"*' ���       The full resul): of the fighting on  the   Vistula^nd.. .Warthe~rivers jn   ' | "   '     . ; . ^   i :-:^^^^*3i|^^  '   ' R��i  AHi>n EThemiea I Ihter-fcodfffe yisit-"   '     Russian'Poland is' still in'doubt, but sufficient is  known   to  classify the '^    ~       More Deer '      " LO.QvE^y,I||n>|||||g|  M  *#*   /*#  yfc  y'; y'lMS  '/  $$&  m  3^*'?  Re Alien Enemies  ,'; The  following   letter    from, the  .   /deputy Attorney-General was recent.  '"    ly receiv'��dby tha city clerk \>f Kas-  i\6, and is applicable  to all municipalities.   'The instructions contained'  .are in answer to inquiries'as to the  procedure  to bert'employedL'iti -rthe  case of aliens  who "wilfully neglect  tp register or report:  {'"In reply to your letter I beg to  state that on  Oct. 29, ���a Dominion  order in  council  was  passed under  the War Measures|Actv which-j>ro-  vides among other tilings as follows:  V; "If any alien of enemy nationality who   is  by' the  terms  of this  'ordinance required to  register, fajls  to do  so ��� with��  oi\e  month' alf^tr  , publication of the r&oclajnation; 6r  - within ' s��yen" days |after|; the* ;date  when he shall by reason olf his resj-  .dence come within the description  of those required'to' register', or if  he refuses or fails to answer truly  ���by questions, orr if being, registered  he fails' to report as "required, or to  opserve any of the conditions on  which  he  is  permitted   to   be   at  ' liberty, he shall in addition to any  other penalty, be subject to internment as a prisoner of war."  �� All you have to do is to notify the  military authorities to take charge  of the man, and theVe is no form-  -al court procedure to be followed  before you or any magistrate.    The  , military will attend to it. ;  ~        "v  .-��� -WAs  to   prosecutions   of   persons  openly talking sedition,.I wpuld-re-  -   fer you   to  section   132, and 134.of  ' T "the Criminal Codcy,-" %^>,^i Y'Ci. T  ' '"'' Atthe recent*.assizes held at Vic-  -    toria,  a'German!sympathizer  was  prosecuted and found "guilty of say:  irig seditious words.-.  The judge allowed  him  out  on *his   furnishing  bail'to the amourit of $4000.*  ^     ^\ The French^ cabioet'have decided,  notwithstanding'the   war,   France  - would be represented at the Panama-  .  Pacific Exposition in-San Francisco.  ft  . *'J-t  Ihter-fcodgfeyisit  i ���*. ���   --A' 1'  "."The exchange of ioter-lodge visits  has long"been an established custom  among the'fraternal organizations in  the'Boundary, s .The ^latest to ^organize one is the Fraternal Order of  Eagles, the^locai" members of which  sw.ept dp,wnypn;r;the sister lodge of  Grand .Forks o(n Monday eve|iing  and surprised the members Jjbile  they were "in session;- The ijorks  boys, however, proved equal to the  situation," and;, royally ^entertained  theic unexpected* Quests,, who wer-e  accompanied by tviessrs.fG. Dawson  and*jas.^ochrane;-- twd ��f;thc gity's  well' known vocal -'and/instrumental  musicians. The journey to the,:yal-  ley was ac'complished by autoTno-  biles,^k\ndly'pTactdat the disposal  of tb'e J?h'oen(i aerie by Messrs.  T. Si': Quance^A. O. Johnsontind  j. Hartman. The following fcjm-  prised the" ddegation: R^-BlunifeU,  A. O. Johnson.D. Deane, W. Brevier,  H. Swanson, TT. Tomich, T. Thorn  as, T. ' Richards, Ed.  McDonald and tH. Carrieron.  Dahl, vDan  n  ;*-��  Crusher For Hidden Creek  The advent of the powerful-new  electric shovel, which a few months  before the shut down was placed in  commission jn the- "glory holeV of  the Granby mine, has evidently  ended the usefulness of the number  three crusher. The management  have  decided .to  do  away   with it |  The full resul): of the fighting on the Vistula.jarjd.. .Wartbe-rivers jn  Russian Poland is'still in'doubt, but sufficient is known to classify the  battle as one of-the decisrve engagements of the war. Many thousands  of the Kaiser's troops are said to lie cut off from the tja-ain body, and' the  people in the towns bordering on phc Russian-German-frontier are'fleeing  in panic to points*further inland. ^        . -'. < a.u\      *   ^ ������ sis', o a ������->'_ ('  ' -Military experts attribute thei failure "of ^th'e1 German'pffensiye in'the  east to the incapacity of ,the->Cro*vl'n priiice^-and not-tcrithe failure of the  Austrian support. "      t|* ',   -        #" S^Y '      '''"ll"  * One report says the Germani right wing "is/making1 a a desperate  resistance to the efforts of the Grand Duke's army "to" surround them.   |  f A Petrograd despatch says that the operations" to the south' aritf west  of'Cracow are being attended with success. " ���-r- ���  Y Professor Pares, a professor Ipf the University of Liverpool, attached  to the Russian general staff, sayfe, that an important movement is being  directed againt the large Austrian force which some ago was pushed  b-ick to the foot of the Carpathians.'     ��,    *  ' - ,r C',*-? \? -,- *?���  ��� The Russian advance, in Ea'st Prussia 'is"avoiding; the. treacherous  ground in the Mazurian lake region. *"     /.���   ��  '*        - -      '  Mining Notes of British Columbia  I  *��� Jhe coal mine here of the Princeton Coal & Land company at present has an average output of about  120 tons a day. ^The largest' consumer is the Daly Re'duction works  atTHedley, which' takes SO * tons'*, a  day, and considerable is shipped/to  Vancouver arid Spokane besides the  local consumption. ',-*  One hundred pounds -of samples  of Jiigh grade gold- and silver o/e  have been brought down from Poplar creek, Lardeau district, by R. &,  McLeod and Benjamin Lawson ��� of  Nelson', and a quantity of these are  on display  in' the  altogether and' the work of disnfan-  N��ls.0,?f *,��**?"�� ,  &     -    ���        " -* .a\ ore is from a group  ' -ttr��*r��,-recorQea .recen  ._.j)j,j��� ~      i.. --     - .... ..  trie "crusher "north" 'tot. use - at^Tthe  Hidden creek mine. -    f*  good. 'Yet, in the face of this unsettled' condition-, the 'company is  able ��o resume operations. For the  past two months the mine has been  running in a limited way. The  underground force has beerTbetween  ten and fifteen men. They have  been engaged only in extracting ore  that  had   been   previously   broken.  Last week the mill at the Cork-  Province began work and is now  turning out concentrates after being  idle for several years. This, from a  mining standpoint, may be regarded  ;' Messrs.  N. J.   Carson  and  Geo.  W. Rogers, who have been hunting  for the- past few days in*-"the vicinity  of D.rBucHanart's' ranchj   aboUt'Jl7  miles  above vWestbridge; lreturtfe"d  Jo-town on'jThursday  bringing with  them two ���fine'i'deer,' one  of*which  turned the scale >&t!200 pounds and  possessed a splendid   set of horns.  A. D.   McKenzie' and" VV.  Prender-  gast, vwho  are! also "camped -tti the  same locality'r.are reported to*have  had similar luck and* will stay a few  days longer.    All  reports  reaching  town from the main -river  testify to  the very large  number of deer that  have been'"bagged this season, and  ���-  ��,- <���* ���**.'[<��?��;' ic--ij.ri w.ia.*  Mr. Carson says it is quite, commjan  to meet parties coming out  loaded  vvith'ttne1 steeTmens.     ''The hunting  just now   ls-good,     he  they are hunted  so  ' try ~  <u  ,says,   "but  much  that they  are t)ecomin��r very wild and hard to  *  . ���*, -t  - *    ~  bring down."  Hartford Hotel Fire \  -���*/**���-" . *   *  " Jds".":Basse'ft,"% formerly proprietor of the Hartford hotel, was in  'town,during the" week and. re*q"uestsi  us to "correct'^an error in* the fepOrt  The  delightful danced���and^jfchl.v  room was crowded with  lipiii  Sf  3nditicinVyy^;;yJ|g;^p  ?��� glories; ^YYY*W��?W:W  lodges  of Knightsf;ofy:Py^Wias"^h^|^  Pythian ^ Sisters ,y to ^^^A^^^tr^00^^^^'^  tesy of an official'jnvitation';hj^:beeny;^  extended.     Con��deri��g.^h:is;|w  the first  attempt;.;;to"^tripy;the;51ight^  fantastic in the'-;uev^room,;;.the^nopr;yy  was found to be;iri:per^  and as we have���;;state^ybefor  fair to rival in excellence the       the floor of the^oldyJrtirie^  hall, which asyeyeryorieVKiao  saying ' 'somethibg.;'-yy^^^ 'p.,  ments were provided and seryi^juhiy.y  der the  directioh.Vpf'r,the|Djughters';^;  of Rebekah,  ahdyaltogeitheT^t^  ranerements for theicom^r^tevery2:>y  O S.-,    .   .-;,   .'.-y..^ y'"���-"��� *--">;^A"l-���//''-���'';'^J!���*,*    ���������'���'-'-sA":  one were admir^Ie^^^Mi^^Ci^/H^.^;  Knight and Messrs.:;A,Ibeirt;,:''anjd^;G'yy;;  Biner providedy^rie of -the most Se-yy;  lightfi^ programs of music that tsasY\  .been heard h'erevytheypro^fof^wb^  was apparent by^thejn^merpusvcalls^   '" '" '"" ���^'^.YY-Y^YYM:'^W&^^^  ;y^''vyi��c5iS5sfe  mmm-m  tling the,machinery was commenced  *kjfc7:eieiiiit?$\^  trie "crusher  north" foe use - at4JTthe'  "V.  , At Vancouver, this week, twerbig  wagers were made at a club.^ In  the first the bettor, wagered thatjjhe  German emperor would .commit'suicide in three months/ In'the other  the-time for the.end of the-war was  put* at "Feb. 1, in "one piace^and July  1 in another," two bets being made  together. The first bet, odds of 1 to 5.  cLeod r and, oliawson,  W^^Sm  the Big Stare  -'. 'A" Qi  OKANAGAN APPLES  due to Arrive  at the  tore  miles from Lardo.. "The properties  adjoin the railway at the mouth of  the "Lardeau river, about 100 feet-pf  the railway'tracks. It is stated that  a compahy will be.organized in Spokane  to ,take; over' the  properties,   ���, ._   __jr     ,  apH development work   commenced I time, to   make- sucti   alterations  as  in Ihe near future���  itself, now   consisting of  pe'rts'irf their several lines" of work  It is recognized, however, that as  the -character of, ,t��e ore becomes  better^kbowjr.and-'?tlie^p'roblems involved :n 'its milling studied out,  that it will be possible, from time to  and' Mr.  Bassett estimates his" Joss at somewhere in "the neighborhood of ten  thousand "doflars.  pa\ ^ters^^^l^pigfltg  ���Dominion? -^^Ig^^TP^^M^^Y  ���. cently issued^' an||oirder^  returning officials lot refuse^p->iihjw{  them- to voteil;^ilf}^hd^ever^'^ihereQ.  ���exi&s.any dqu^.tds^td^e'-si^^^Y  The present plans of the management of the Le Roi Ncr. 2 Limited,  include the opening of the Josie  mine, and for more extensive operations on Monday next, says the current issue of the Rossland Miner.  The announcement -will he welcomed, by the people of Rossland  as another evidence of the stability  of^the miningjndustry in the" camp.  .^Ke-" Josie was the only Rossland  operated property to be adversely  affected by the war. The war still  cpdtinues and, while the cause ofthe  allies appears certain of triumphing,  financial conditions are anything but  \ ; ���-=���====  The cprnDletioo .of tbe   telepboneJ AOy ^   v5te;^rJie;'par^esym*^tcvbe^;^^^  line   betweeb/'jKamlopps rand .A-s?"/sworn,   after-' vvbicb,if^ifc'i^  will-Still further improve, tbe output. /crbft��puts the-pk*tagan* country m / ,  is  ^^Wtaral/zed, a  The   mine   �����������'   ��� c;Cf-,W nfl direct   ^telepboaic   -communication \ tnac cne    o ....  "W%  '&Y...  the merged claims, the Cork and the  Province, appears very satisfactory  from a production standpoint, there  appearing to be large quantities of  mill feed available for knocking  down, without any necessity of expenditure for development. As soon  as there is sufficient snow for raw-  hiding, a car of ore will be "sent  down from the Freddie Lee, up the  Cody gulch. J. W. Read and J.  Tattrie have a lease on this property,  which, wa's.pne of the first early day  shippers, and upon 'wtnch no work  has been done for years.��� Kootenain.  '-with Dawson .city.-  /prosecution: for perjury? is'to follow.  .���.'.���f*.-JM  Granite CreekPlacers  in as Early  [orpin,  ' A great many old timers in the  valley, says the Hedley Gazette,  will be interested to learn of new  developments in hydraulic mining  on Granite creek, for since the success of the Stewart and Lambert  undertaking, four miles up the  creek, another effort is being made  by a new concern. Messrs.' Stewart and Lambert have for several  years attempted to work an hitherto unworked property but, though  they had sufficient success to urge  them on, they failed to make any  very big clean up. To get to bed  rock they had to put in a dam and  divert the-jn'ain body of water for a  hundred yards or so, and the difficulties resulting from this, such as  the bursting of the dam and the  breaking of the flume, took up so  much time that little could be done  in the short season. Last- winter  however a number of Swedes run a  tunnel through the solid rock ofthe  canyon and this enabled the work  to go on uninterruptedly. This  summer bedrock was reached and a  number of fair-sized nuggets were  found and the pay was acknowledged  to   be   satisfactory.      The   work   is  in the next and proceeding summ'jpi;  a rich yield1 of coarse gold is to he  expected.  The new company which com  /nenced work about a month ago  is located near the "residence of Mr.  Holmes, and is going to work the  ground which the old Gold Mining  syndicate worked some years ago.  This old syndicate under the management of Colonel Stevenson built  an immense flume, four miles in  length, to bring a force of water  from up the creek. The syndicate  worked the ground for a comparatively short time and now the present people are taking the claims  in hand and are proposing to spend  a considerable sum to prove up the  ground. A small flume has been  built by Messrs Jamisson and H.  Holmes to convey the water from  Holmes creek to the scene of operations. A large amount of the plant  is already on the grotind.  3C  ac  - Amid all' the so-called prophecies  anent this present war, not one is  so pregnant with possibility as the  one foreshadowing the hoisting of  the British flag over the ancient  city of Jerusalem.  1  'Phone 56-  P. O." Box 309  First Street. . McKay & Knight, Props.  The German   liner Ekbatana   lias  now closed down for the winter, but! been sunk in the Persian Gulf.  ;    -i FRESH SUPPLY -  NEW ZEAIM1)  BUTTER  45c. Per Pound  21bs. for - - 85c,  =  HAMS  BAGONAND LARD  "The Store of Quality"  ILL"  3C  "3C  3C  3C  ac  u  I" '���?. k-K ���  ^"'-'rj??,   *, *;'jC5*A',\.f w  p'/,,      '   ;       y<yl, r^/M***  ME   PIONEER,   PHOENIX,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  r   , J     r  , J*-  *:;��  l'.(-  MAKES PERFECT BREA0  *. i*  ���t'  V . r"     ,11  Ij^-'  * *.  ,">..  !l'~  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  issued weekly  at Phobmix, British Columbia  -Subscription; 2.00 per year-  2.50 to United States.  G. Kay, Publisher.   '  |tr,"S'-t  1.1-*,  I '   v   *���  TA "  * *���  *?ii "  *      ���**  Vf  J'*,  *AOT]IRTI8INGIJS0AXiX:  ���ppUntUralorLlqaorliloanoe (80days) ..^.00  ��*4inU<M��m tet Tnwirt��r of Llocnoe.'. 197.50  '   ^OmrtUkMt* of Improv-raieiit notice tfOdays) $7'.fl0  . Application to Puroh-ue Land notioee (SO days)  * ���"  -�� -.* '. ". 17.80  ��� XWinquent'Oo-owner notices (90 days)... .$10.00  '��� Small Water Notices (SO days)...'..., I7.S0  ��� \ JMinquant Co-Oirnenhip notions 90 days $25.00  IfopUaato C*rtuV��te of Title notloss $8.00  jCtada of Thaaks, W otnts.  * - All other" l��*j**l "adrertlslng, 12 oente a line,  single oolumn, for'the first insertion; and 8  'eenta a line for each subsequent insertion, non-  t. iwreil measurement, 'y * >  ���>",Display aids $1.00 per inch, -single  '���olumnj  per month.   Transient ads.  ' ,< 60c. per inch, per. issue; subsequent in-  . sertions, 85c. par inch.  mocratic ranks of Canadian citizenship. He should have, entered the  Kaiser's colonial service, where his  title (which by the way ,he doesn't  seem to have parted with) would not  have looked so out of place.  1 ?V "  r  1J  J(,  V  .'.*��� 1   -  !   **��� -C     *Tk  .y  ���� 1    i -  -i    -*<- Y     '  V*'  V    t   ��� *  V*��  *   J  r     '  i --   ,*���/>-  '"  5?^**> "* -,  |y/t  ir  Saturday, Nov. 28, 1914.  v  It is now strongly suspected that  the'vessel which  laid .the mines on  the  north  coast of  Ireland,   came  from some port or fjord on the Norwegian coast-line.     In consequence  of this, the British Admiralty have  laid-a string of mines running northward  from  the  Scottish  coast for  over  three    hundred    miles.    This  move will    effectually protect   the  lives of perhaps thousands of innocent  passengers   making   the 'trip  from'Canada to   Europe   and visa  versa.      British  naval  experts  are  about sick   of these   tactics,   and  many people  who  were averse to  any program  on  our part savoring  of the nature of reprisals, have been  won  over   and   now openly  admit  that.chivalry and the more humane  methods of warfare are lost on  tbe  Prussian   naval  and  military mind,  which apparently adds to its scientific  training,   the   instincts   of   the  savage.    Do  shall,arise more splendid than the  world ever saw���a new Roman Ger  man empire, which shall rule the  world,    and   the   world    shall   be  happy."  ��� �� ���>  German brewers in Canada who a  short time ago expressed their intention of leaving this "God-forsaken British country," will now  have an opportunity of starving to  death in Washington.  Jews Join Colors  The Chinese government are to  expend $10,000,000 on high-power  wireless installations. *  s  for  for  [JS**.  F.   G.   Hoffman,   a  former  minion official  in the service of the  Quebec Harbor commission should,  ,if he got his deserts, be the central  figure of a military firing party.   He  was'arrested  at.Le Pas,- Manitoba,  a couple ef weeks ago, on suspicion  of being a German spy, a suspicion  that, alas,   is  too  well   founded  to  admit ofthe slightest room for doubt.  While in the service of the government  he  had full  access  to documents  of the   greatest  importance  regarding  the   navigation   and   defences of tHe waters in  the vicinity  UTTONQ  ���rdtan mad farm cuvbeat I  X.aeil.8��* Catalogue finrl  solid rftiaraoutee crf-potitr, I  $wM& ����rw* iM^Cepy &������  Sutton * Sena. Tiw King's Soefawn  - Ke>*-��Ua--Jt B-ojtfl-eind  . A.J.WM et w-a r��J  Victoria     m      vasj'B'BuvsiP   <  t*tK AitNT�� ram amiiSM *g#ujM>iA  Dr. Adler'in a letter calls attention  to the part the Jews are taking-in  this war. - In the Boer war there  were 3,000 Jews at the front, 116  being killed. In the present war  there is scarcely a unit, he says,  which does not include Jewish soldiers. There are at least 40^Regular  Jewish officers* at the front, and  several wounded  men  are  already  lying at Netley hospital. In the ofthe recrujtin& sergeants is that  recent "Gazettes,*^ 52 Jews have re- ,��tne Jewish boys are answering the  ceived commission, and many others call very freely." In the Jewish  are waiting.    In London, the report ��� Lads* Brigade out of a rpll of about  40 active' officers over two-thirds  have enlisted, whilst a large contingent of the bigger lads have also  been accepted.  Shoes that Fit!  We main a ea���ial*f et Utoen'  , >Bothrng kut tb�� heat et ebaak veed  8ATIBFACTIOK CVABAMTMB  NICK PALORCIA,    >  Knob Hill Ava.       Phaanlx, B.O.  "It must not be forgotten" says|0f Quebec, the contents of which  the Toronto News in a strong edit-1 documents, there is grave reason" to  orial pointing out  the  necessity of\ fearj are  now  reposing  among the  WOOD  IT".  '   ��� the public informing the authorities  ��� of any pro-German activity in  Canada, "that the Dominion  still har-  * i  1 bors numbers of unnaturalized Ger-  ,   mans and American Germans of an  v extreme  type,   who 'entertain  only  K hostile^feeliogsf towa'rds Canada as  ' =-^part of'the"* British  Empire.- Many  archives of the Kaiser's naval department, v Hoffman, it appears,  has also been making a close study  of plans for the navigation of Hudson bay. Of course he was a natur-  alized Canadian.  First-class Fir and Tam-  arac Wood, $6.00 per c��rd  Pine Wood,  $5.00 per cord.  fyS'/  * places of business, free to .plot and  1 work  against   the   welfare  of the  State.    Without question Canada is  overrun by German spies, who find  means of constantly conveying im-jand South Africa, was explained byj  portant information to the   Kaiser's! Hon. W. T. White, on October 10. J  'The    announcement   by ��Premier  < i    .if  Asquith'' in - the - British  parliament  to 'the   ,effect that .thirty   million  pounds of the British war appropri  ation passed by  the House of Com  mons,   was  set aside  as  loans  to  Canada,   Australia,    New   Zealaad  Fir and Tamarac, double cut,  1 per cord, $7.00. i  WOOD BBUVHRKD  ON  ��H��RT  NOTI9B. 'Phona ��8��  Robt. Forshaw  r^  Is--  II  By  l*L��  ��*'  i-*d?f*��   *���*���  government.  "No matter what the social qualities of these outsiders may be, they  must not be permitted to menace  the security of the State. Canada  is in a condition of war. The safety  of o,ur lives and property and the integrity of the Empire are at stake.  No careless tolerance or 'easy leniency must be allowed to endanger  all that we hold most dear.  "It is a fact that agencies are at  work circulating false literature intended to undermine the loyalty of  Canadian? to their own cause and to  justify the hellish assault of Prussianized Germany on the peace and  liberties of Europe. The so-called  German-Canadian Alliance of. Saskatchewan some time ago petitioned  the Borden Government jto" restrain  the Canadian press from injuring  thefeelings of German immigrants  The members of this society appar  en'tly expected all the newspapers  to repress the Kaiser's mad speeches,  and to exclude accounts of German  atrocities against the helpless Belgians. These are only the more  open evidences of German activity  t the Dominion."  The latter stated that arrangements  had been made through the Bank of  England for temporary advances to  the dominions for war purposes, to  be liquidated later by securities  when they become marketable. The  rate of interest will, of course, vary  with the rate of discount at the time  such advances are made.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories and in a portion of tbe  Province of British Columbia, nay be  leased for a term of twenty-one yearn  at an annual rental of 91 an acre. Not  more than 2,660 acres will be leased to  one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant in person to the  Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in  wTEeh the rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivision**, of sections, and in unsur-  veyad territory the tract ap^Ued for  The following is a portion of a  speech recently delivered by His  Royal Nibs of Potsdam to his noble  professional mankillers of Brandenburg:    "We  are  now  fighting for  the life ofGe���a���y.    They wish to JKuSEJ ���J ^TS^Z.  himself.  kill Germany, but I say if we gain���  and we   must gain���a new  empire.  A TALK TO MOTHERS  1 Vie-* si i��r-*-Its-*.  ���".  IV-  *u  -*--y>  -,y ; ** f*J\ -V  /-.*}.���  ii*  i"^-,  ��� ?  , - -'K    ���  4IU  Y.Vi  r  ���-$$L-.*  '*SfSr" %r"  ui *S  Western   friends  of  the government   of   Manitoba   have   recently  lead with astonishment the appoint-  > ment of the Baron von Amorengan  to1 an important post in that government's  service.    The  baron   is  no  doubt  a  fine'   gentlemen   and   will  prove a most capable official, but so  was Slatin   Pasha  of the  Egyptian  service, and Captain  "Edwards" of  the Australian defence force.    The  baron  is  a   naturalized  subject,  a  ''scion of one ofthe patrician families  oft the Fatherland, that have  been  directly    responsible    in    fostering  '"the,    German    military- spirit   and  I bringing about   the present  almost  universal holocaust, and consequently must not blame us if we look with  '  suspicion'on  his entry  into the de-  y,  Mothers, do you know that every  time a member of your family sustains  a cut, scratch, burn, or bruise, no  matter how slight, you take a grave  risk In neglecting the injury? The*  wound may start to fester, and develop  into a running sore, or blood poison  may set in, resulting in the loss of a  limb, or even of life.  Do you know that whatever salve or  ointment you apply to the wound  enters into the blood and affects the  entire system? Therefore in using an  ointment containing coarse animal  fats or poisonous minerals you are taking a further risk.  Use Zam-Buk���it is free from animal  fats and mineral.poisons. It is purely  herbal, and is soothing, healing, and  antiseptic. No germs can live where  Zam-Buk has been applied. It will  quickly ease the pain and heal the  wound. Not only for' the minor mishaps, but rtr the most serious accidents Zam-Buk Is tiest; for babies as  well as adults.  Teach your children to apiply Zam-  Buk whenever they have a mishap, and  jou will save them much pain and  yourself a lot of worry and grief.  Keep Zam-Buk always handy; unlike  other ointments it will not go rancid,  but will keep indefinitely.  Zam-Buk Is best for piles, eczema,  cuts, burns, bruises, chapped hands,  cold sores, ulcers, and all injuries and  rkin diseases; also as an embrocation  for rheumatism, sciatica, stiffened  muscles, etc.  At all druggists and stores, or postpaid from Zam-Buk Co, Toronto, on  receipt of price, 50c. box, 3 boxes for  $1 21) For free trial box, send this  advertisement, name of paper, and Ic  stamp.  Each application must be accan-  panied by a fee of 96 which will be �����-  v^riunded 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 ef five  cents per ton.  The person operating the mine aaall  funnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full qqanttty of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  Foyalty thereon. If the coal iaioBBg  rights are not being operated, suoh 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 consldaaKl  necessary for the working of the mine  at the rate of $10.00 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa,  or to any Agent or Sub-A gent of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  iu^-B^~Xl��authorized  Publication of  thisndvertisenient will not be paid for.  ���30890.  Th *0��Lft=o  Phoenix  Pioneer  has for 16 Years been recognized as the Mining  Medium of tha Boundary  country.  In the matter of advertising, it raachestha  right .kind of people, and ���  an advertisement in its  columns is certain of  quick and profitable results.        _v   In tha Matter of all  things pertainiag to tha  progress of tha district it  is a reliable and trust- "  worthy authority. 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W;,vy;V.i.:.vyy ,��lyj;���' fj.'.^MY  fXERem   msm&k-  is^the soothing, cordial and womanly^onfc that  brings about an invigorating calm to the nervous  '> Pysteni. yiOvercomes the weakness arid the dragging paina which resemble;the pains of rheu-  matiBm. Thousands, of women in the past forty  yearacani beariwltneBa.t6jtBbehefit��V'    ;    ������'���-?'':  ���^ or'mteat-A-;  <^t4rfubletforro;oryoueanaend60on��w:entatampo  &Ei*.W*1��,X,t ��' 1&- ?JwJ*y\nmaitm PreacrlpUon   ; .  .,:;.   ^WeU.��.Addrc��**.1'Or. , V.M,Pterc-v Invdlds' 1^  y  y     and Sursrlcal Institute. Buffalo. nTy.      v  ,   ;,: -  Dr. Pierca'a tUaiaat Pellet. Refml.te aad I��rt|w.t��  SUwuch, Ut��t aid Bowels, Stagar-CMteJ Tlajr Graaalu.  r?xfr!f?-!t,.',il'}'-  'qOMPI^Ms^  yWe beg toannounce the reopening of the Queen's Hotel.   This  ;"y yypopular hotel has bee^^  " '  ���  everything new and up-to-date.    Large;to^rooms, yH'  y V     >:,������_ .heated^witi^hoVv^er;;^  Patrotis of this hotel willKfindiinyit all the comiforts br*hbme. i?  Perfect satisfaction is assured all our guests.7, It is; y ,' ;/$;  '  ;PA ^ town.;y;y/:       y:'.':;y:  ;Bar 8tocked with Bttst Wines, Liquors, Clears ��  Cranbrook has established a soup  kitchen,     i .,.y;';."'-;yi ''���''.y.7.  ^Th> gruffest of the  lot has/jvat  least one ^affectionate spot.;y ' -YAf'Y  ;v; :;Ma)or;'Srnith,:fof Merritt; ihas';"re';  ce'nj:Iy.;*^ceiyecif' authority to^enlis^a'  'nUrrtber';of ���-.recruits:VrfdrVythe'f(3|it  'BritisrirCblumbia'''Hbrsc.7  ���.'An English paper says; thatin';a  military hospital in London; it has  been,found necessary to mount an  armed guard; in the 'corridor^ dividing the wards where Belgian and  German officers are iyineryy y:^:y!a'  .: ��� Albert.';Lear,y,a;;n^  subjebt^wasyarrested'?  '������'.yy.'y;  FIRST 8TREET AND KNOB HILL. AVENUE  ���Ma  - -];,  <>':���;.  ���uyri  [if  i*$>M ���'  yt;y;i!i  y:y'f  y^ja  ; ;;f,syy  I'Sfes  ���:Sv.-  ������mmsm���*  Round Trip Fare from Phoenix..  Spokane,  Wash;  $7.20  Tickets on Sale Nov. 15 to Nov. 21 ��t,  inclusive. ,-  Return Limit, Nov. 23rd  y,. IV;The;Erid-ofa'Spy-'y':v.--  Describing the closing scenes in  the great spy trial in London, an  eye witness writes as follows:  '^��^v:fca'"^ �� great silence.    A  few formal ties', and Lord .Gheylesi  mbre; said they court would retire to  consider its finding^   An absence of  siae minutes,. arid the judges were in  their seats again.! Instead of ordering the; prisoner's release the presil  dent   asked   him   if   he   had: any  statement to majte. j The prisoner in  a firrov ypic�� 'replied/ ��� 'Not oh my  behalf.^" The   Prc^dent:y*JWhat!,  JJ-Jb.sii*,;,,.not o'ny^ny|:be'haliV'.;ihe:ac**-.  cused replied without  'president :y; ���.ybu^'.bav.e;'.;; noth'ing^ts  say?':';;Po;ryi;a^;mbn/tint the prisoner;  'ternjiiried^sile^  asv if :;iny' thoughti:^!;'ifcnd  his eyes; .sudden 1^, saidyin a  touched with sadness, ^1 have nothing more;,:'tb'���say^'^'He:was^sliot in  the Tower ..of London a day^qr two  latur." ������.-���:.;'���.���;'.'���>.������"' ':���*" -Y^'z-'Y^'fY '".:���'  _,.'."':.''��� '   .'".���'   ��� ';    '.'/ "  ".-.���������',  s Which one deserves the more pity  ���a young man married to an old  woman, or a young woman married  to an old man?.   Both needs lots of  sympathy, so give them all you have  .    ..'   ..Y.,,^.-YYm^:,Y.   .���:���".-'.*;..  VIA THE GREAT NORTHERN; RAILWAY  i��i^^afe*^-^t/   . \>>,; J. V. INGRAM, Afirent; Phoenix.  ;-i-iij-'.vALf.v/Vf:..>.-������'.*>H .   ������-'. '���   -*rJ---'*  ��� '������������".���   ���    ' ���>-  y?  "V   -!���;   f ^fri*^ /"  ,*t  Star|(ner Olympic,>ecent^^  :^^;;being.Wyspy:,jri'^e  enemy\ ;t The prisoner stoutly denies  his guilt, and earnestly pleaded with  thie court to. believe his protestations  otloyaity to hisa4b^ted"cbu.nfTy. |  A. man called at   a Greenwood  laundry  recently, for  his washing.  Noticing some characters scrawled  on the  parcel,   he inquired  of the  oriental  if that  was  his  name   in  Chinese.    "''No,"  was ]the   reply,  "just description���-Lil' ole man, no  hajr, red  nose,   closs eye,  big feet  and mouth  smell  all the, same bad  whisky.''^.- y-y.' ''yjy  /An officer of the cruiser Undaunted, describing his experiences in the  figbtwith" German, destroyers, saye  he-was  asleep   when   the  Germans  ���...'  -S". ������������>������ ���    ��������� ������        ...���-��� ���   .. '-       ���  v ������ ������'������...(,���':  we're first seen, having been on duty  just previously. His servant knocked at the door and said "Beg parr  dqn,! sir, four of the enemy's cruisers  are in sight. Will you take your  bath before or after the action?" ���v [  The naval appointments announced recently include the selectionof  > *-  Admiral Sir Percy Scott as adviser  to;the president of the war council.  Sir Percy has had a most dis.  tinguished career in the senior service. His speciality is' gunnery,yn  which he has set an example to the  fleets of- the world.    He is also the  %��t��', of. the system of night sig-.          phoenl>< ^rii No. 15.  nailing now used in the navy.       .VI ,'      ,>     ���- _ ,,     __.   ,   .  everal  well-known men of Oer^WfaitanK brothera aie aiwaya"-  n   descent,   sotne of whom  havel    *"-'       "'~ . _-*.._=ii r���-.  'nfId .positions,, on - public bodies, U��  have .left hurriedly for the U4S.  "on important business." Speculation is rife "as to tbe cause of their  flight, some'alleging that they have  been scared  out ;of the country|by  <Ya\%<-mA\m*i^--wwiia^  ���:Y:Y-Y;'}-..!Yry&tiA^YY:,..^^ ^S^^'^MM^rSffi  Victor R^pms^espm  ���   the; latest dance music y  ^ew^Soirgs^etc.; ���<  rfi.A..  IftfrO.F.  8nowshoe Lodge*  ' -''ip-Y-���"'���.::;.''*.;w��c4��.:1.'..:y'y  Meets  every' Monday'-���'; Evening;,Cat  Miners': Hall.   Visiting brethren cor-  dially invited, j      y   :    '-'-;.���:.���.,;;/.   ;���'���/::.;..':;  ; Harry Elsmore, Noble Grand.  ">���' A. L. McKinnori; Fini Secy.  '������"-��� Jas.;Pierce, Rec. Secy,     y  Daughters of Rebekah  -   Phoenix Lod*g�� No. 17  Meet* in  the  Mlnew', Union  lodge  Hall First and Third Wednesdays.  Mrs. W. Humphreys, Noble Grand  Mrs. O. D. Bush, Secretary.  M&  vY$m:X<Wm  " i.-ii'A"-?*';.'-.;'.*  vV^  ?mmM��  COME AND LOOK THEM OVER  'i:M  '-9S  '������;,������!��� ii.Yji Ewpite|^|  ;. ���'�� y 'AY Sit^p|i|llf  y: ::f;-/^y'!y-,-;i::��^:^i|; Y;YM  'YY:'YJ&^YyY>&AxYfo'i&: ���'?������:'AM  FRATERNAL ORDER  OFVEAGLES  ^^^^^^���^.i.. ;;~     y,:;'-:/;y'yy.7'>vy;^'*^^S::  ^^^^���. ,..,..'..:,..,^y:yyy-^v.,;,\,:ii:'ty;^K;^5|pri;.  Everythinc: in Men's Wear  W:<$$>$^  "''���X''-,/*-Ss''','fl  ���;.."\.:::y, ^i^.B  |Cl��|thli*iM^  Underwear  ;V��--:*^i:yi,":.l;;.v^ig,,'.}v;iv  K. of P. Lodge;  No. 28  ���V    *���     '-!^<  i.    i  V  THE KNOB HILL HOTEL  , A..O. Johnson, Prop.  First-CIass Accommodation for Miners  FINEST OF WINES, LIQUOR3 AND OIQAR8 IN 8TOOK.  ���"  ���' ' *  THONE 72.  YOUR PATRONAGE, SOLICITED.  ���fs-  #"  W'  I  io^ir Milk Supply  Should come fropi healthy and vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  manner _Separated Cream insures purity and  quality. The Dairy produces both.  THE DAIRY      J. W* Hannam, Prop.  is our business and we are  here to please you.    The  ���.      next time that you  want  any Billheads, Letterlfeads, Envelopes, Statements, Circulars,  Cards, Dodgers���in fact, anything in PRINTING, phone 14  and we will  -show you  samples: : :  PIONEER  /,.,<  Pljoenix Pioneer ads; Always Get Results  Re.'lid in every home. If you have a house or furniiure 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.  Phoenix,  ^__^__. B.O.  ttie threats of a Zeppelin raid, wbife'  others maintain that they have been J Meets TtrhaDA-r Evmnofo at  7.30.  afarmed at  the  rising  tide   ofaDtiJ^��^nin��    brothers   cordially  vrel-  British feeling. I " C. H. Knight, C. O.  ?.-.-.       _, ..   . , .�� .   I E. B. Babnks,  K.. ofB.S.  Micho   Tomich,    a   Montenegrin' '  resident of Victoria,   has  received a  Y'iffYv':  W00^WRi^^^&^HQWE X-Y^pRQPSi  Sftiliil  KNOB   HILL  cable from his cousin, an employe  of the Russian government at Vladi-  vostock, complainings that it is  shameful for Montenegrins to be  living in America- at tbe present  time, and not be striking a blow  against the Turk. He urges his relative to call for volunteers of .his  countrymen to form a contingent to  join the Russian army. A request  was also made for Mr. Tomich to  eable the number of those willing to  enlist.  Roaming the mountains somewhere between Albert canyon and  Illecillewaet, along the north-east  fork of the canyon, is,one of the  largest and most formidable of tha  grizzly tribe. He has been shot at  times without number and scarcely  a season has passed for five years  without some episode in his career  being recorded. His tracks are of  unusual size, and hunters who have  caught sight of him estimate his  weight at upwards of a thousand  pounds.  The extent of the German system  of espionage may be gathered from  the following story from the front.  About a month before the commencement of war, a youtig German  governess in the employ of a high  government official in London, xvas  discharged .under very suspicious  circumstances, although no direct  evidence could be produced against  her. It was understood that she  had . returned to her own-country,  but a short time ago her late employer was surprised to receive a  letter from his son, who is in the  fighting line, informing him that  he had seen the ex-governess, wearing a red cross badge, and officially  attached to the staff of a British hospital.  NOTICE.  "Sterhngham Fractional" Mineral Claim, situate In the Grreenwood Mining Division of  Yale district.  Where located:���In Lottie T. Camp.  TAKE NOTICE, that I, Isaac H. HalUtt as  asrent for William Farnoy, Free Miner's Certificate No. 8807, intend sixty da-Mi^ora the  date hereef, to apply to the MiHaKRecorder  for a Certificate of ImproverafOT for the  purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  above olaim.  And further take notice that aotion, under  'section 37, must bo commenced before the issue  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 25th day of July, A.D. 1911.  I. H. HALLETT.  PYTHIAN SISTERS  Mountain Temple Lod^e No. 17  Meets in Pythian Hall, Lower Town  Second and Fourth Thursdays.  Mrs. E. E. Barnes,  .M.E.C.  - Mrs. W. WU  LC.  Mineral Act.  FormF.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  Extra Municipal Wholesale  Liquor Licence  NOTICE.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that  on the 25th day of November next application wilh be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for the  grant of an Extra Muuicipal Wholesale Licence for the sale of liquor in  and upon the premises known as the  Phoenix Brewing Co.,  Ltd., Phoenix,  Dated this 24th day of Oct., 1914.  ALBERT BINER,  Phoenix Brewing Co., Ltd.  DR. De VAN'S FEMALE PILLS ^^  medicine for all Kemnle Complaint. |5 a bo*.  or three for $10, nt druff stores. Mailed Waiiy  address on receipt of price. The Scobbu. B��W��  Co., St. Catharines, Ontario. �����  PH0SPH0N0L FOR MEN*nt��v?����X&  for Nerve and Brain; increases "grey matter ���;  a. Tonic-will build you up.^ $8a ^j��^J^<y���  $5, atdru  THE SCO  ik stores, or by mail on receipt or ��nce.  fiu-r. Drtjo Co.. St. Catharines. Ontario.  Goodyear TI\re& and Tubes  Accessaries1'/  Gas-aline  Repairing-  Vulcanizing  Compressed Air on Draught  D. J. MATHESON   Insurance Agent  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE GLASS,  COMMISSIONER FOR TAKING  AFFIDAVITS  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX, B-C.  an  A  Penmans  Underwear  is actually knit to form���  knit with mechanical precision to fit the varying types of  men,   women   and  children���  knit   to retain its    shapeliness.  When you buy Penmans underwear  you can be sure of its lasting, smooth'  filling qualities.    No. 95 natural  wool garment is a great favorite  ask to see it.  Look for the  trademark!  Ms1*  as  \-V.KNIT GOODS  ,~    a& ::>v  /V,  ���"'l.ii'-.**>���'��'.'''.  ��|U&;��^  {{  *���' ' VA'A.-' ���'? "1/ Vvty  �����**��  ivy'yy  S^ationeirpyGonfec^  ;SS��Ail^helate&^  S#feSs��^^^ife   #::�����'"!'���      .' -���������w.-v."',"  jltif  )glfoen;i^  ^yDfln'^r^f-al^  ursday  y. :/�����,;';-  r. and Mrs. E. .& Bla,ck, y; ,yyy _yyy:.y  ���4*  fi��mmm^m ,.  lillipgf (fi?jyy!J ������;ii!/^Kti'r'iGh^  ;rS^foay|n^^  imumi>u:,'8n*m'f^  yi.Coriirau^  DIN ING ROO M    SERVICE  'SiSi UN EXCELLED, :'".;y <:  WAra^y'!s:(.1!<f,5"*a*^^  ine Well-Lighted  8amplerooms. Y  Phone 12  JAS.  MARSH ALL; PROP.  yMi'S, AI. ^Keating,- who for some, tinie  imst hks hp^^omicil*^- in ^osM^rd,  ilft>toe^��e^��JfW*i��i %^i^yft ���'���?' '$$***$?'  Qxley..-���;���;;!.:v,������.A-"'���'--^AAA-^rfyYj^Y-i  ^'''Froin''now;':on'.'the.;regular'-'0ieetiDgB  ���*frBmmM,*'aoai&m&p.w?ft&SMhe  ^ayghj^rs.^Rub^kjahiawiliyb^  ;.M6ipw. building.,;     .A;AY A, YYmY At.  'f:*i\i\fr-iYi M.r��J}i��3"��*^i'(. ft.'i ;��y :^Y{t<r\$&->  ;   Al*xar:der Hamilton, y accompanied  UyniTs a-i��V A. HamilCSrij-of Salt Balce,  'Ut'iUi^waVAnyfo*-**^  weekTn connection;with the, estate of  the fdwWe-r-s brothe^hfe liatft AWfl^w  .y&i^ArinithM^  tiie guest-of "^  sohV^on Kir*Klfa^ft'veiiae^^Tlie lat��er  eii'tecitaihed^' n^njbjgtj* .of,; fripftdiB ;,;<*��  Tuesday'evening at. her Teaiderice.'ftv ;���  :-n^Yi^n-YV'^��^sY'^^i:A^^YY^  MessvnYOA^i^jOaptipbell ���.J^mkMaybif  .D:'J..:Ma\he86qV^.h,o;''.hayp;be'efa'bhvthe'  coast - for'. some;-.'da'ys>ln'i connection  with the movement started locally for,  providing '-;'e.mplpy.m^^^-v*^turn|edv.i.t'p\:  town during the week, the formery on"  Tuesday ana the latter on Thursday,';.'-i''  ?l;  Lea<i Mining Industry  Ovying'itp the disrupdon in  trade  throughout   Europe,  ' due   tp? the  present warjthe lead hiiniri  try;:J.(pf>:K'bptenayy  threatenpd\with.serjous injury.^ The  smplt'ers. had stopped  nvneij were on the;ppiatyofyclpstng.  ^own^>Hbn.;Wy;fy:W  *iste.r:.';of:yFjniancp^..,4uppn.;V.pemg'.ia.c-.'i  Martin Anderson, Jof:T.AbacbndaV  came .up on. Thursday for theyOdd-  fellows^darjcei^; ;He;' hasirec^ntly^re^  turned from a^trip> to^ histoid hbmp in  'Svs*ederi,"ahdyi^ysythat!;f^  hejost 8ight-plithe:8bpre^pf-h^  land^there.waV:never  that ������-the: yS^ip^'w^s^^npty^  stopped^by;;Britisti';pruise^  V;:.��^hb:i8::';;that:'d  gentleman - making himself so agree-:  .ttble';;wifcK'itlhe^^ '.  visitorSat the 'dance :the ;bther,;nighfc  ;VQhl^repIied Jprie f ofc t^^cbpamitfceei5;  .''Th'atfcis v ttipyOoun��,;P^  buip;ieadinj^TO8i*|fen  he^B^;;8pmiBtfiing^;v^  menji^ the^fair, bne^  to meet him;.;^  ro'intet^nl^^^  qtiaihted^tth'-"M   cMumstanccs)  ^r'^s^^'^l^it^to'^Wat^pofUoiy;  (������;-';��� M'r^WKitfel'drge^  ^'o^Hfer^'^o'f^^  rpMsflp!$t^  ���hiin^si'^'):The|!Mimste*r;a  ^nge^^^to :t heteh^c^  ^sed-'?ibythey - TnanufactUrey;iify:.war,  materials for the Canadian army and  in.the>supplies manufactured jnCarii;  adaiunder contract from'the; British  AVarV��rBceishali;ibe  thev-product: of.  Canadians smelters.!^ This-'timely  aclibwiby.the Minister' has resulted  yiii,pro��iding:>an  immediate  market'  ��� ��o&ikt\i&4laut$$K ���<������ pf f^the'^mel ters}.  swh iphV; i ivftu rxi %; JciejepJ thepi ineis: going  aiidypreyien'^th'e^seriou^^  merit; whichi  otherwise 'would  have  resijltediyg  m*  ' *(! 7f ���"���%', g.'  '������'SiA-^h '?,-:  ;, DRUGGIST'S SUNDRIES, HIGH-CLASS  STATONifili PEWfO^  ^'Agent;for'the;.Jfe  %m  /tm'Y Y;ty' wm'''-  iii c.  vwYaPya>Y'!&A  Th& press devotesyspace : tp^:cpnil  demnatibtiy of y|i prpppsitipn^by the  ;Britishy;::Le"agu^^vof^;Peace;>ih  armisticelbe declared for[lChrist'mas,  ���:'y'-Yt'i'r-- -'.'���  ;,.'���''���(���'..' -y *i ;y-;.';i.���v^'r.-:.;.'.'--...?*'!*'.:.-;;^-;^*,  and ��� afattnbute^  ���s^re't^pik^ipvEn^la^d  ;arid y Germaay'.'syhi pathizer^^hipse  activities "are'' abparentlyyifar ifr<^  ���     -"...���:. '. '.,'S.'ft.".,-   .,V*.,v        : , ViVf, ���/'���   '"' ''-' L  beihg,yadeciuatelyv ^realized vbyj the '  'British/pepple^y ^,u y  y :���"���:? a:-*  Of all kinds promptly attended  V?;'y--^.':,y'y^>'V^^sy;:':;-:--'-,-; /'��� '    ,  jtoV^-;Rapid .;Expres_s,gand Bag-  ���':gage^'Trabsfen??:vCar!efUl atten-  Hon to; ali^rdeirs^ vBfione"A6S.-  }":Y,'''' '���AAYC:',iP''A "'W:A' ���      Y i;  o Jaiiieis G. McKeown  9H  you tip  *i" .;,vJ,>;  Hw do ypii ifee^ ?  Enefg^va.Jlittle below standardH--n6t strong  ehbu^hltotiriaike; much exertion E^^^^^  crrpfj.t-1 rhp rnmino- nt a 'raw nt  a case  _. cominje-;   .yy'iK^^^''--^;JNOi?l&Ut*y^  ysj A;<Ief fer]'*was^celve^  weelc^paril^��pjpn^m  jthat^e|JBo]^daii^^  :beemdr^ftedrin!^^���jicilt^'i'r*ig  -According- to   the -.writer  a serious  effort to; induce tbe. boys to join the  'MHighla/n.de^s'V5��as.'.inade,''but with^  oiit  succesi.      The ciiilly  prospect *  was tod much  for one .of the boys.  Who says that  he. wants to.make .a  good-^^presstoniwhen'tehesmarches  W(5t��;  want aU. the women irimbing^^'a  ���meatoscopyJ^tnefpattern^'^'Accord,  infcto;:the,letterjiall the;Ehoenix boys  vt\*:.��s;;,-r:.M^'.Ji-iWti,^'s**ii5",i'1^  are.?in;nrsticIassthealthi*and?are:now;  /��� ,i_ .. j --"-������r ^^and>all  .x'iCQuicKsilver^a^ifiseD'-ifra^  $100 a flask   (seventylfive pounds).;  According  to   the�� Miningy Worlds  that is far the'highest price for mer^  cury in modern times.  . The  annual  ..-/>. ��� y^'f.',i>'::y--."��^yr^'��>y-:y^|f'. y;'"--.yv.t. ���j.-y:r-"  production is about 4100 -metric  .ton's.", The' United-States and Aus-  tna.Hungary produce . each about  one-sixth; pfthtsamoun.ty^ItaJy-va  little morej;; and ySpain ���' nearly, -one;  ih^^Yi^^'Y:K-!iz^Y^v!ii^^^h'':Y^>:^  third.    The war in,Europe lias shut  off the Austria supply, and   made it  [tol/ahdSp  a greatly increased demand for mer  cury,! which, is:now principally used  itf{tne^;mariufacture ijf.lfulminate for  ex^osiyei^caps^igy Mercury vits-;faIso  *l-����:ii*V:*jA  m  a considerable amdunt of quicksilver  �����'!^��.-^^i^'^-^'':i,;ii,av;'i<:w^^  wastronsuiried in silvenng^mirrors,  abd in the amalgamation process of  extractrng Igfold'arid' silver' from -the  ;>.. -,'cj��>\,y-,^r, >y ;:'^'y'i-.yv:..^^^:-;:,V'j;-/.yr.''j;;ii'JV.vv-'*  .   .��jr:a_M ._...���    lvered  |^lwo||sy^<^;|Li^^  |'#? bin ld|p��lj Ju j^j^o^  A ysyistc^  plea sa nt^yt^As ^  mm  g��y��yo��  ���aliifftction.  '���:';'^ff;^@^f':'^^y^:'^  :Y(YtA<$Y$m?(pY:  sm^rn  il2.i"i  Ifclsi|ifp|yfe ! !  |Pfe&ic;/y^^:i^yi",y-m  I^#.sS&I^B YYA>- Yf&'ii  fgf;^;*Q^p^l|i^,H;E|P ^  ^���^���*;'^-'  ���:���*.*��� ^;-:y'i��wn��nw ^ata��MttBr��^*y -���>?-  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  Sent to nny par; of the* Do  minion for $2.00 a year.  Illliil^  j?;*?v��f  ISlJK'-f; . -<  *w&i^^ryy-y^y*i/y:i'':''.',v y.-'fl  fisit^ii^' AY A ������:��� :��� y "-S Ayi  '�����s4^ST-^yjy,;^yyy':'��� y j  I||$|^^ Jiist a pl-^asiant little, tapping���just Jthe pur-  ��� scr.'x-t-:,  ring of the tvpe against the platen���that's all.  ���r  :'^Ay-:;  '.  . .-���-.���������:���  ������:���'���.'...������..:���������:���:'���-'���.-.-:���":���?'���.���.��� .I'i^,.--.'/...-.--- ..-..\.  [^^lillllllllij^^^  .>-liVff;.���-.';:... ������:;\1.-;,'-'.,-.;'-. ;,.V.\'i..,y;..v''^"i^v-.'V.;''^V^-1.;^>.v.',V''':r^  IliilyigliMI^  ^T^i?: model means Lighten Touch, Improved Base, Greater All-Round -Efficiency, Less  Mental and piiysieafl -Effort?   Spekd tecorfl* tllat have never been equalled.  The first thing^ ^ictt-invaiiably striked the attention of one examining the "Silent  Seven for the firspj|inie4s the*,w.0n4^rfully,:responsive touch. No one dreamed that such a  delightful touch cbtfldsbe6irn!botiffedifi^  The new tabalator^iii'^a:mairvefybf efficiency. The carriage slides noiselessly to the  appointed place and stops without a jar���kn^accomplishment which, will lengthen the lifec, of  the machine. The; left marginal release-key is; now placed is just the right positiori^to act  as an anchor for tjie fpurt^ 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 iii Detroit Commerci4i College, wroie  59 words per minute on The Oliver after two weeks' practice.  PRINTYPE IS OWNE9 AN0 OONTROLLED EXCLUSIVELY BY  THE "OLiVER TYPEWRITER COMPANY." ;  Can Y-pu Spend 17 Cents a (Jay to better advantage than Bn  the Purchase of iliSs Wonderful Machine.  Wo child's education Is ��o?r��plote without a Knowledge of the  ���>:..yr.Ollyer Typewriter. y.^>yy^i>-y.;���:-.::,���.;..  m  mm  fi.-.f  ���:#$/  'r.-;..'i iiui  mmmmMMm::^mm^  |#|k|(';?�� ;?y#y,ft'rfSstiy''YYY'  WL.,r,SViA!fL.l. ,i '-- J���|J-���k-J-J���ttlBtiianiillaiii^ mitririLitfriirt  ���y*d(-��fiWMW**-*^*|W^*^^  ^.4��a- -w-f- *���  ���idttr-KM kliWnt>-������^l BtjlO-JHw"*.*^    __- .


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