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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Oct 2, 1915

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 7   '.- : ' :"'���'������,������, -   7      .. ���'. ���' ���:,(��� '.     ��� ���   ���        :      ��� '   '  '���''. ., '   ��� . ���''���:-'   '���'��� ������    ������ '     " ";;;-  " '��� ' '������       '.'.'���.  7  vl  The largest copper mines in  the Dominion arc situated  at Phoenix. Tho Granby  Co. employs 500 men,-: and  has a monthly pay roll of  over $50,000: Two railroads  afford a6cess to the city.  SEVENTEENTH YEAR  Devoted to the I nterests o-f the Bou ndary mining Distrlet  The Phobnix Pioneer is  published in the highest  municipality in Canada���  altitude, 4,800 ft.   The city  , has a population of 1,600,  and possesses first-class  hotels, opera house, schools  si  .1.  PHOENIX,; B. C7l SAjliRDAY, OCT.  2,  1915  Number 12  B.C. Copper Co. Forging  Underground development and  surface improvements to cost not  less.than a million dollars are beirig  considered in plans for operating its  extensive holdings in this province  by the B.C. Copper Co., according  to a statement made recently by Oscar Lachmund, general manager of  the company, who has returned to  Greenwood from a business trip to  Portland and San Francisco, in company with H. D. ' Qui iri by, for some  lime associated with the management of. the Jewel mine, hut now  attached to the engineering staff of  the B.C. Copper.  According to Mr. Lachmund, it is  planned to erect a concentrator with  a daily capacity of 2000 tons at the  Copper   Mountain   property   i'n  Ihe  Similkameen.    This will cost half-a-  miilion,' and will be  operated by  a  power plant either at  Coalmbnt or  Princeton, to cost $300,000.    In the  event of the Kettle Valley Railroad  not  continuing   its   line to the property,   the   B.C.   Copper   will   con  struct an; aerial tram   line from the  camp   to   Princeton,   a  distance  of  about nine miles. "   ���  "We have the ore tonnage to assure sufficient revenue to justify the  building of the lifiej" said Mr. Lachmund, "and it probably will be. constructed. We have eight million  tons of ore proven at Copper Mountain that will run 1.75 per cent cop  per, with a probable additional reserve-of two million tons of ore of  the same grade. The ground has  been extensively explored by diamond drills, and we are ready to  begin permanent development ' at  anytime. We did 28,000 feet of  diamond drilling last year, besides  . opening- an r extensive-series-of'surface trenches, ' pits and ^ shallow  shifts, and we have three diamond  drills, operating now, each making  about 33 feetv daily. This has demonstrated the existence of enough  ore to 'justify construction of the  concentrator, power plant and tram-  pally from   the_Mo.th.er. Lode  mine'  and the Lone  Star.     We are working a hundred   men   at .the, former, ! . .,    ,      "  25 at  the   Lone   Star and 55 at the |     Coronation  smelter, where we <ire operating but ( creek  one furnace on account of ore shortage.     We are treating custom shipments from   Qroville  and Republic,  and formerly we handled  trie output  of several Coeur d'Alene properties.  B. C. Mining  Vernon Camp  winter, driving-.;  C. S. McKehzie, a mining ehginlr  Eventually we >hope   to . build   up a '��� eer of San  Francisco, spent  several  big custom   trade   in   the northwest  rorib6th sides of the line."      '���  way.  "At   Greenwood   we   are treating  about 860 tons  of ore daily; princi-  M cLeod-Jackson  A pretty wedding took place in  Trail, on Wednesday, . September  22nd, when Miss Isabel Jackson,  second daughter of Thos. Jackson,  was united to George L. McLeod of  Trail, by the Rev. J. Hackney. The  bride is a niece of Mrs. Robert  Christie, of Phoenix, who was also  present at the ceremony.  The couple were attended by Miss  Irene Beckman of Rossland and Mr.  Robert- McLeod, brother of the  groom. The ceremony took place  at the home of the bridegroom,  where a beautiful floral arch of  white asters and sweetpeas formed  part of the decorative scheme. The  bride, who carried a shower bouquet  of white carnations, was charmingly  attired in a gown of white silk crepe  de chine and wore a bridal wreath  of lilies of the valley.  After the wedding breakfast the  newly-married couple motored to  Rossland en route' for Spokane and  coast cities. The bride was the  recipient of many beautiful and useful gifts.  _ ��,   Sent For Trial  .  . ... The breakup of  the Vernon mili-  Group,   Cdvyalclerktary camp   is  not  expected  to take  Some very rich ore has been%|ace forborne time yet.    A scheme  struck on the Countless claim.  Th*yks under consideration for marching  are at present running  five stamps7:#he various units to the coast.    Ad-  A force of men will be employed this j^ocates  of this   move  propose only  parching as far as Kamloops and  Sphtraining there, while there are  rsome who say that, given fine weather and -no snow, the route of  march,could be laid across the Hope  (mountains. The cost of rail transportation for the entire camp at  jVernon to the coast is estimated at  $50,000. Orders for the departure  of more drafts  for  overseas service  days of last weefein an inspection of  of the Union mine in ..Franklin camp,  taking a number of**-samples. He  represents considerable^xapital., and  may take an option on the property^.  ���4���Grand Forks Gazetted      c ''"  Two 30-ton carloads of sacked ore  have been shipped from the 'Uiiiori'liare hourly expected  ih Franklin camp to Granby smelter ' Some interesting figures regard-  tin's month, says the Gazette, thej'nR ine .nationality of the latest re-  second car coming down last Wedvi'cru'ts enlisted in Vancouver have  jnesday.      The   latter   was   largely;;.Deen given out by Major Tite.    The  from surface operations and assays  indicate that the returns will exceed  those of any previous shipment.  ; A peculiar sample of ore was exf  hibited around town this week, and  it is said to closely resemble the  Missouri Rosin Jack, a very high  grade zinc ore from the "show me";  state. The sample seen here came  from the Monarch mine, at Field,  and ore of this sort .is rarely found-  in this country. It apparently derives its name of "Rosin Jack" from  a striking resemblanee to the resigfj  or rosin of commerce.���Kootenain��  An upraise^is being put through  between the lower and  upper" levels  ^officer stated that the per centage  of native-born Canadian troops was  20. The English accounted for 45  ppr cent, the Scotch 19, the Irish  ;6*per cent and the balance of 8 per  cent were of foreign birth. This  was out of a stated number of 761  It is estimated that the Canadian-  born population of Vancouver is only 20 per cent.  *w  Lynx Visits the Camp  ������'______��&-���'������ '  Some time ago < an'Instance occurred that goes to prove that wild  animals are not averse to an occasional   visit   to   the   camp.      While  No Extension Just Yet  President  J.   J.   Warren:   of  the  Kettle   Valley    Railway    has    been  making a  tour  of the  Grand Forks  and   Similkameen  districts.     He is  credited with   the  statement that he  will recommend  the construction of  a spur, to   connect   the   system with  Voight and   Princess camps, where  the   British   Columbia  Copper company have extensive holdings.     The  hope   of   an   early   extension   of the  Kettle Valley line from Lynch creek  to the rich Franklin district was dissipated  last  week,   when Mr. Warren, ,in an interview with  a contemporary,   stated   that   ihere would be  no such move until tonnage was assured.     "He took this position," he  said,    "for   several   reasons���first,  self  interest,    in   that    the   railway  company   could   not  interest capital  to   invest   until   such   time   as they  could   assure    them   reasonable   returns.     Secondly,   that   if   the   railroad   was   extended,   and   proved a  failure, it would   be   a   detriment to  Grand Forks and   district instead of  a benefit,   in  that it would; lead the  outside investing public to doubt the  value of the   resources  of the north  fork."  Smith-Mackenzie  Razors Forwarded  The razors  collected through  the  agency of the   Pioneer were all for-  A  quiet   wedding   took  place on  Wednesday, September 22nd, at the  home  of   Dr. and   Mrs.   Logan, on  Twelfth  avenue West, when   Frank  F. Smith, son   of Dr.   Edwin Smith  of  Halifax, N.S., and  Miss Kather-  ine M. Mackenzie, daughter of Mr.  and   Mrs.    D.    W.    Mackenzie   of  Phoenix, B.C., were united in marriage.       The   ceremony   was   performed by the Rev.   Dr. Logan, assisted by the  Rev. Dr. K. J. Grant, ,  formerly  of Trinidad, B.W.I.    The  bride, who entered  the room on the  arm  of Dr. McDonald, wore a most  becoming   travelling   suit    of   navy  blue broadcloth, trimmed with i.able,  and a large picture hat of black velvet with white ostrich mount.   Only  the immediate relatives  of the bride  and   groom    and     a   few   intimate  friends  were  present.     The  guests  were entertained  at supper by Mrs.  Logan, and   amid  showers  of good  wishes  and   rice, the  couple left on  the  night  boat  for Victoria.���Vancouver Province.  Assault Case  Alex. Stensco, a Servian sympathizer, (all Austrians are now  either Servians or in sympathy with  them), was up before Police Magistrate Mulligan on Tuesday, charged  with committing   a common assault  The  ac-  warded   a    few    days   ago    to    the|on   another   of   the   clan.  Master   Cutler  of the  Cutlers' com-1cused    admitted   Jaying    unfriendly'  pany, Sheffield, England.     The raz-\ hands   on   the  defendant, ..and >aa  i engaged in the occupation of fellingM*      *'       r     ~  .'       ��       c~  , \ .irpnrrt'moiv snaked ten  dollars and-''''  c   ,,       r-   '    . mr     ji    '���* I .     ��� b   orsare   for   the   use   of .the troops. I accordingly soanea ten   uo��*��  M,yAvt <  of   the   Grant   mine, on ,Woodberyia large tree, a local man was some- W     ...���-,_ .   v \\ costs      ~ "    1 & ' ' and Jthe call tor them was occasioned \ costs.  At the conclusion of the preliminary .police court -hearing into' the  charges of manslaughter, against  J. H. Tonkin, manager of the Pacific Coast Coal company, and Thos.  Graham, chief provincial inspector  of   mines,   the   accused   were   com|  mitted for trial.   .Itis  claimed that , ^^ according. t��> Alex   Smhhf who  ovvin" to. their   negligence  the lives! ,r        ^,    __. .,..._  creek.    The body of high-grade ore l what astonished" to see a lynx c6me  encountered on this property' in, tV��e jdown with the failing: timber,  summer is'holding" out'fairly strong>tree was   a   fairly   thick one, and all  in the raise, and   the  ore   taken out j time he   was   chopping, the   animal  during this development is being  sacked for shipment. The property  Is ovvfied'by"C". HFT ' O'fsont of Aths-  worth, and the ore is dry, the values  .being mostly in  silver.���Kootenain.  Arrangements have been made  whereby the ore from the Surprise  mine is to be treated at the Rammer  never gave the slightest indication  of its unwelcome presence until the  tree hit thegrourrd;~whenit bounded  from the branches and made tracks  for a more comfortable neighborhood.  Two  others  for whom-.war--  .      by trie-inability   of   the  factories;~to\ rants   were issued  for a similar off--  The��supply t'h'eWvowing to'   the   press of \e��ce   have   beat  lt    for   Parts    u?"  orders   for   swords,   bayonets,' and \ unknown,  other war munitions.  The shipment  collected here amounted to 56, and  the great majority of them will need  little if any "extra attention. At  least   twenty   of  them  appeared  to  Emma Mine To Work  The British Columbia Copper  company are about to recommence  operations  at     the    Emma   mine,  be practically  new.     Each  one, will! where a small, gang- of men are now  prove a welcome  addition   to the kit I employed unwatering: the workings^  i  Are YOU On the Voters' JList/of man->'   a. soldier, and   the  Pioneer   Four years aigo the property was vision behalf  of  the   unknown  receipi.7/red by a   ttre   which   destroyed  the  ���Any - person   Whose   name   is   not teats again   expresses   its   thanks to j compressor building and hoist house.  ^ j returned from Slocan pointson Mon-/on the provincial   voters* list -at'the j all the contributors.  of nineteen   miners were  lost   in-the|day evening>     The ore wj��� be haul-Jne:{t cour, of revision in November,  South: Wellington    colliery   on-   the  ed frorn the Last Chance   tram   ter-  One   mine  in   New  Zealand  last  .-,11  9th of February last.  'minal into Sandon and loaded into  | cars there for the seven mile railway  I haul  to   Rambler   siding.    A  short  w  Last week we announced the Reduction in  Price of Flour, Two Dollars for Forty-Nine  Pound Sacks.  This week we are pleased to make the  following reductions:  Canned Tomatoes, 15c.; Seven Tins for $1  Corn Flakes, 15c. a package.  Fruits and Vegetables here in abundance  Tokay Grapes, Pears, Bananas, Prunes,  Apples, Oranges, Lemons ar|e0iecCtLrnful  We pride ourselves on the Finest Celery, that has  ever been brought into Phoenix. Come to the Store, or  call us by Phone. You will be sure of the same careful  attention.    Our aim is your satisfaction.  Phone  9 and 5  ornn, 1 nom  Phone 9 and 5  aerial tram will be put in to convey   Hands of the registrar not later than  will be debarred   from voting at any /     Your country  needs you  at once. I year produced $13,821,561  election that may   take place  in the I  period between November and Mayl���_-,,  next. "Applications  must  be in the   [f,  3C  3C  JC  ir  ll9fiSS3_HI  it from the siding to the head of the  mill. It is expected that the first  movement will be started inside of a  week or ten days.  A shipment of 17 tons of ore was  made last week from the Sally mine,  at Beaverdell, to Trail smelter by  Colonel Baker and George Hambly,  says the Grand Forks Gazette. Earlier in the month James Drum shipped 40 tons from the Sally to Trail.  Some 150 tons have been shipped  from the property this year to date.  The property is operated by Mr.  Drum, Messrs. Baker and Hambly  working a lease on part of the Sally  group. Former shipments from the  Sally ran around $130 to the ton,  but recent shipments are said to have  gone considerably more than this.  The Slocan shows increasing progress in   mining   development, says  i E. A. Haggan, editor of the Mining  j and    Engineering    Record.      It    is  ! stated that the Rambler-Cariboo will  j shortly be on the dividend   list.     At  j the Noonday No. '3   level   has been  run 300 feet and ore is  being;  taken  ! out at No. 2 level.     A six-drill com-  ! pressor and power   plant   are being  i installed.     A new tunnel will be run  | on No. 4 level.     A drift of 100   feet  ���has been run on the vein on  milling  lore.   The Noble Five, Surprise, Rio,  I Queen Bess, Ruth and other silver-  i lead properties are  being   operated,  jas is also the Lucky Jim for its zinc  ! ore, and   the   Alps-Alturas,   on   the |  | north fork of Carpenter Creek, from j  ! which antimony ore is being shipped, j  1 Deals are on   for   other properties, j  Sandon is taking on some of the air j  of the olden days, and hotel accom ���  modation is now taxed to its utmost.  At the Galena Farm a long tunnel is  being Tun, and the mill  will shortly  ij be started up.  Monday next, October 4th. Every  male British subject of 21 years of  age, who has lived in British Columbia for six months, and resided  one month in the constituency, prior to the date of application, is eligible to register.  TV  I  Death of Jeffrey Hammar  The death took place at Chilli-  wack, BC, on September 20th, of  Jeffrey Hammar, Past "Grand Chancellor of the Knights of Pythias.  Mr. Hammar was for some years  actively connected with the public  life of Grand Forks, of which city's  municipal council he was a member  for many years. Six years ago he  gave up his position as tbe representative of P. B. Burns and Co. in  the Forks, and removed to Chilli-  wack where he engaged in business  on h'S own account. He is survived  by three children, Mrs. Hammar  having preceded him to the great  beyond only a year or so ago.  Granby Shipments  The following are the monthly  shipping figures from the local  Granby mine to the Grand Forks  smelter: to.vs  January   42,21 1  February     63,091  March    69,948  April   85,382  May    100,693  June  ....103,004  July 101.05S  August 103,062  September    93,245  Total    761,694  The  Ruth  in operation.  in:  II   at Sandon is now  'Phone 56  P. O. Box 309  The  Store of Quality  Our New and Up-To-Date Premises Located  on First Street, Opposite the Queen's Hotel  We have just received an imported order of "Peek  Frean" Biscuits from London, England, consisting   .  of the following:  Pat-a-Cake, Russett Sandwich, Shortcake,  Old England, Digestive, Billiken, Petit  Beurre, Golden Puff, Connaught,  Coronation Bourbon, Ginger  Nut, Cream Sandwich.  All at 25c. per package.  Notice Reductions in the following articles:  Tomatoes, 15c. per can; 7 Cans for $1.00  Corn Flakes, 15c. per package  Flour, $2.00 for   501b. Sack  Wheat, $2,25 for 1001b.  Cheese, 25c. per lb.  fl  a  Sjigiiiiaii^y^ THE    PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  II a-  I4S  1) "  Hi  It--. .  '<'   i'r  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  '     ISSUED   WEEKLY  -at Paoaxix, British Colu.vibia  Subscription, 2.00 per year  2.50 to United States.  G". Kay, Publisher.   ,  ADVERTISING SCALE  Application for Liquor Licence CIO days) . .$5.00  Application for Transfer of Liconco ��7.50  Certificate of Improvement (00days)        $10.00  Application to Purchaso Land notices (00 days)   $10.00  Delinquent Co-Ownership notice.-* 90 days S.M.00  ��� dpHcato Certificate of Title notices SS.OO  Cards of Thanks, .00 coats.  All other legal advertising-, 12 cents a lino,  single column, for tho fli-Kt insertion; and 8  conts a lino for each subsequent insertion, nonpareil moasuroment.  Display ads $1.00 per inch, single  column, per month. Transient ads.  50c. per inch, per issue; subsequent insertions, 35c. per inch.  made an enviable record as empire  builders in their adopted country.  One is now dead, the other has retired from active railroading, but is  still a great power in the railway  and financial circles of his country  History will give to both men a high  place in the'hall of fame.���Victorian   -*. ������  The Hindu residents of Vancouver, or rather many of them, have  monopolized far Too much of the  time of that seaport's police court.  We always thought there was a  clause in the Dominion immigration  regulations which permitted the deportation, within three years of his  landing here, of any immigrant who  becomes a nuisance to the police  authorities.  Some Truths  Speaking at the Agricultural hall,  London, only a short time ago, Viscount Headly said the United Kingdom was suffering from several  diseases,  including  blindness; deaf-  SYNOPSIS OF COALMINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba,  Saskatchewan and Al  The Stratheona Hotel  NELSON, B.C.  Steam Heated Throughout  ness, sleeping sickness and, German   berfca> the Yukon Territory, the North-  measles,   which was evident by our  west Territories and in a portion of the  Province of British Columbia, may be  leased for a term of twenty-one years  at an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,660 acres will bo leased to  coddling  Germans   in   every trade,  rank and profession.      We also suf  fered: from insular COcksUrcijeSaaud  over-politeness.     There were in the  British Isles intensely polite individuals, who would not for worlds say  anything rude"to the dear Germans,  who were  gassing and   burning to  death   our   long-suffering  soldiers.  There were   curs who would  return  the German   gas   with   presents   of J  eau de Cologne and lavender water  Drifting straws generally indicate All such   curs   should- be tied up in  the direction of the wind. During the hearing of an Indian court  case the other day, at Merritt, it  was necessary to determine the contents of a certain bottle, but not a  solitary coikscrew could be found  among those present in the court  room.  bundles and sent as a present to the  German emperor, who would appreciate them and give them iron  crosses.  Saturday, Oct. 2,  1915.  "With only sixty women in the  whole Atlin district," says the Port  Alberni News, "and only a double  handful in Atlin proper, with uo  wealthy class, but at the same time,  no paupers and no breadline, Atlin  has collected for patriotic purposes|  about $5000.  Old1 pioneer settler in arid belt:  "All we want around here is rain  and some, good society." Land-  seeker: "I reckon that's about all  they want in hell.     Giddap."  S-Vw"  1 ^  SL*    *���  P 1  ���W i   *%  Ivl   jk  1  Br  Not the least offensive of the pro-  ���    visions in  the  provincial   game act,  is the restrictions with regard to the  killing cf game  for food  by the all-  important- prospector.       True,   the  holder of a ' free   miner's  licence has  onlyto   apply  for   a   permit   to kill  game, to have the request gratified,  but' the   permission    is    of   such  limited   character,    that    he    might  just as well do without it and invest  1  $2.50  for.   the full   privileges of  a  hunter.     As the law stands, he cannot kill game for   his own   use in an  organised   district,   such   as   Green-  ���V|i^vood or Grand Forks, until   the usual hunting season  opens, and even  then he must show that  he is in actual   need.      It   doesn't    apparently  matter   whether he-wants   a change  from   his   usoal' diet  of   pork   and  beans,     [f he desires such a change,  he has the alternative of doing without or swithtng   his menu   round to  "beans   and   pork."    On  the other  hand he has   quite   a  latitude in the  unorganized districts.   There he has  the privilege of killing   the common  deer or game birds  either in  or out  of season,   but   must   not   interfere  with   the   larger   varieties   such   as  moose, elk or caribou.     If he meets  a grizzly.      Well, God help him, for  the Game Act wont.  Germany denies that the Von  Moltke has been sunk.. Exactly,  She merely went to the bottom of  the sea in a moment of temporary  abberration, mistaking herself for a  submarine.���Beck's Weekly.  The editor nearly had a fit one  day this week. A small boy walked  into our office and applied for a job  on our circulaton staff, and actually  said "thank you," when told he  could have it.  Customs officials of Fernie recent  ly destroyed a consignment  of con  fiscated cigars.    They   might  have  remembered the boys* at the front.  Local Railway Schedule  The following are the time table  schedules governing the arrival and  departure of local trains:  GREAT NORTHERN  Departs everyday at nine a.m.  Arrives daily at 5.10 p.m.  CANADIAN   PACIFIC  Arrive from Nelson and the east  at 2.45 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. .'?.  Depart for Nelson iMand east at  2.15 p.m. on .Tuesday, Thursday  and Saturday.^-'  Arrive from Penticton and west  at 4.45 _on Tuesday, Thursday and  Saturday.  Depart for Penticton and west at  12.15 a.m. on Monday, Wednesday  and Friday.  Plan Didn't Materialise.  H/F. Gadbby's so-called humorous comments anent tbe knighthood  conferred on Major-Generel Hughes,  is but'.another of his incursions into  the realms of vulgarity, a fact that he  , may again find extremely inconvenient if he ever again attempts to obtain the honor of representing a  Canadian constituency. We have a  wide choice in the selection of candidates, and as a.rule draw the line  at political clowns.  Plans of a plot to seize Vancouver and other Pacific coast cities recently-appeared in a despatch to the  Rossland Miner. Details of the plan  are said to have been worked out  by Alvo von Alvensleben, a German  broker of Vancouver, who was in  Berlin when war was declared. The  information said to have been obtained by the authorities, is that  while in Berlin, Alvensleben cabled  to a Teutonic'friend in Vancouver^  asking him to call a meeting of  trusted Germans to start an agitation to invite the squadron of Admiral Von Spee to visit that town.  The kaiser's squadron was then in  Chinese waters.  Many committee meetings were  held, and if the arrangements had  culminated, the Gneisenau and  Scharnhorst would vprobably have  been in local waters when war broke  out, ready to take possession not  only of Vancouver, Victoria and  Prince Rupert, but the Vancouver  Island coal mines, in which German  capital was heavily interested. It  was also planned to control the  Pacific coast and the route to Vladivostok.  Canada produced "Jim" Hill and  the United States produced Sir  William   Van    Home.      Both    men  I  Bagging The Spies  Not a little trouble has been occasioned in London by numbers of  German spies masquerading in the  uniform of British officers. One  scheme for circumventing^tlje nuisance was a secret order forbid.ding  every British officer to travel on 4  certain day, by street car or omni.  bus. When that day was over the  military authorities were extremely  pleased with the result for every  officer caught travelling on those  particular vehicles on that date was  a German agent. A little later the  same method was applied, only the  forbidden means of travel was the  labyrinth of underground .railroads,  and with very few exceptions, every  man wearing the uniform of a British officer caught travelling underground during the prohibited hours  was a German spy.   ��. . -  A narrow-minded woman is generally an awfully homely one. ���  in going straight to the weak  spot in treating disease ? If so,  you will never use anything  but Peps for coughs, colds, bronchitis, and throat and lung  troubles.   Listen why!  ' - Peps are tiny tablets, which  contain rich'medicinaHngredi-  ents, so prepared that they turn  into vapour in the mouth, and  are breathed down to the throat,  the breathing tubes and lungs  direct.  Cough mixtures go���net to the luni  and cheat at all, bat to ths stomsc  There ia absolutely no direct connection  between stomach and lungs.  When you hava a bad cold, yo��r  digestion it weakened. Ton Iom appetite, and if a man, your usual amok* docs  _bt "taste good." In othsr word*, yowr  digestive system ia looking teoe. All  cough mixtvxM moke this eeorHtkm  worse. -������ i  Don't rain your atomaoa to heal year  lungs. Take a remedy that gosa right to  the spot���Peps.  Surprising how they end ooagha,  catarrh, bronobiti��, sore-throat, "clergyman's throat," asthma, and all lung  troubles. Contain no poison, and m  best lor children. *  Dr. Gordon Stable* says����� "H yon  wish to ease and end a oou��h, if ywx  desire to loosen tickling phlegm, and  clear the throat and the breathing tabes,  ass Peps. The nine fames and balsamio  fumes, ao beneficial in throat and lung  trouble, which are liberated when a Pep  is put into the month, also serve another  good purpose.' They are strongly germi-  cidal,and germs of disease in the mouth,  on thepalate, in the throat, and in the  breathing tubes, arc at cnos destroyed  by thehr action."  Have you tried this famous  *����edyt   If not, eat out this  article, writ* across it the name  and.date of tins paper, and mail  it (^Jth la. stamp to pay return  pokago) to Peps Co., Toronto.  "���JTnpa trial packet will then  be sent you. Ail drag.  gists and stores sell  Taps at 60s. box.  wmm  nervineIpowBers  one applicant.  Application for a lease must be mado  by. the applicant in person to the  Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in  which the rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections,, and in unsor-  yoyed territory the tract applied for  shall be staked out by the applicant  himself.  Bach application mu6t bo accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not  available, but riot otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable  output of the mine at the rate of "five  cents per ton.  Tho person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the foil quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  lights are not being operated, snch returns should be furnished at least once  a year. ,   .  The lease will include the coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may be.per-  mitted to purchase whatever available  surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at the rate of $10.00 an asre.  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa,  or to any Ajrent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,     .  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���Unauthorized   publication   of  this advertisement will not be paid for.  ���30690.  The Finest Accommodation for  the Travelling Public.  DINING ROOM    SERVICE  UNEXCELLED.  Nine WeBI-l.ijgr.ted  Samplerooms..  Phone 12  JAS.  MARSHALL. PROP.  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YOUR, PATRONAGE^SQUCIJED.  Th�� ��_-*__��  Phoenix  Pioneer  has. for 16 Years been recognized as the Mining  Medium of the Boundary  country.  In the matter of advertising, it reaches the  right kind of people, and  -ati   advertisement   in   its  columns    is    certain  7quick  and  profitable  suits.  of  re  in the matter, of all  - things pertaining to the  progress of the district it  is a reliable and trustworthy authority. It's  American subscription list  is one of the largest in  the Kootenay.  When arriving in town  subscribe for it. When  leaving keep your subscription alive. You may  want to come back again.  Advertisers should call  or write for our Advertising rate card. The local  paper, is the local medium  for   local   business   men.  Published Every  Saturday Morning  Send in Your Stationery Orders and  Holiday Printing to the  Phoenix Pioneer  THE HOME OF  PRINTING  A BUSINESS MAN  IS  KNOWN BY THE  QUALITY OF PRINTING HE USES  Our Stock ot Stationery is the Best that can be procured in  Canada, and our Workmanship will meet with your approval  Why Not Have Your Stationery  Printed by Us?  We make  a specialty of Letterheads, Envelopes, Billheads,  Note Heads, Memos., Visiting Cards, Menus, Posters,  Wedding Invitations, Check Books, By-Laws,  and in fact anything done with Printers'  INK AND PAPER :  No Job Too Large, None too Small  VISITING CARDS Q^SS.%) MADE 8 ORDER  .<f*  Ct.  .ijji_Y<.i...^lia.iti��ii<S��L-=  '~a>��*r'V��*I';W-r: THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX',    BJBITISH   COLUMBIA.  Hotel Brooklyn  !������_-_*���---_____������__������BM_Ma_e___BMeaa*e_WM-^  Cigar and Tobacco Stand in  Office. Up-to-date in every  particular. The hotel of comfort. Half-a-minute from the  garage.     .\     Sample Rooms  O. D. Bush, Prop.  Phoenix, B.C,  Everything in Men's Wear  Clothing:  Underwear  Shirts  Shoes  Hats  Caps, etc.  Thos. Brown  "Everything a Man  Wears"  Your Milk Supply  Should come from healthy and vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  manner Separated Cream insures purity and  quality. The Dairy produces both.  THE DAIRY        J. W. Hannam, Prop.  Smoked Meats 1 Produce  We wish to draw the attention  of the general   public  to the fact  that we are always in a position to supply you with a high grade of ���  Creamery Butter, Egrg-s, Lard,  Hams and Bacon,  and oiir Refrigerator facilities for keeping  these  goods   pure and  sweet, "means a lot to you.  Our Smoked Meats  are produced from Government Inspected prain fed Hogs, and are  therefore CHOICE NO.  1- Our Prices are in line.  P.   BURNS  &  CO.,  LTD.  J    Concentrates     |  Cranbrook was visited with a  three-inch fall of the "beautiful"  last week.  The Penticton cannery put up  20,000 cases of fruit in two month's  work this year.  Agents for the French government were recently at Molson,  Wash., purchasing artillery and  cavalry horses.  Kismet' Roosevelt, son of the ex-  president of the U.S., is one of a  hunting party in the Canadian  Rockies.    H^-Vsk  I    .  The English pheasants introduced  into, the ^Mission district of B.C.,  have crossed with the Chinese species, and a very healthy breed of  birds has resulted.  Canadian   soldiers are  to  be sup-  M' "  plied   with   two  pairs   df.shoes per  man for winter wear. Immfense supplies of winter clothing have been  forwarded to France. j  A..E, Anderson, a wealthy tourist,'  recently applied to the provincial  police at Victoria, for a few days'  hunting permission. He was informed that it would cost him just one  hundred dollars.  An account of the debauchery  and excessive drinking, and because  of the large number of troops stationed there, a number of hotel  licences in Brandon are threatened  with extinction.  Henry Ford, the manufacturer of  the Ford automobile, has informed  his bankers that if they participated  in the flotation of the Allied war  loan he would withdraw every cent  of his accounts.  Peter Veregin, king bee .of the  Doukhobors, and Tather of the tribe  which will settle at Creston, parad.  ed on the station platform Thursday.  Mr. Veregin was on his way to the  prairies.���Cranbrook Herald.  Four months previous- to the destruction of the Fanning Island ca  ble station by the Nurnberg,-the island was visited by a German "professor," who told the operating  staff that he - had come to -examine  the guano deposits.  The   ice at' the   edge   of  the big  Alaskan glaciers   is   breaking off in  'enormous   masses and   becoming a  menace   to   navigation.     No   earth  quake   has   been  recorded, and' the  cause of the phenomena at this time  of the season is much   of a mystery.  Boundary District of British Columbia  RICH   IN   MINERAL,   AGRICULTURAL AND   LUMBERING   POSSIBILITIES--  A MOST PROMISING FIELD FOR THE 1   VESTOR.  Probably no district in the Dominion of Canada possesses so great an array of  potentialities as the above. The mountains throughout its .entire length and breadth,  are almost without exception mineraliferous, containing gold, silver, copper, iron and  other, valuable ores, while in a few localities there are more tha surface indications  of the presence of coal.  ?    FOREST AND  MINERAL WEALTH  Its forest stretches are among the richest in the province, and what is of great  importance, easily accessable to river and railway. There is scarcely a square mile of  it that is not either equipped with high tension wires, or which could not be reached  by the expenditure of the smallest outlay. Not the least attraction from the point of  view of the investor, is the sites for water power, which abound in this district.  Just at present an immense amount of interest is being directed  to the recent  , free gold discovery in Greenwood, while in the same district is to be seen one of the  best equipped free gold properties in the west, a not inconsiderable asset in these days'  of industrial depression and shrinkage of gold reserves.     It is in this district where is  ' situated the Bhoenix and Grand   Forks  properties  of the Granby Consolidated, to-'  gether with those of the British Columbia Copper company.    In the former camp, and  surrounding it for miles on all sides, are acres of crown-granted mineral claims, all  awaiting the advent of the investor.    The title deeds to these properties, thanks to a  beneficent series of mining laws, are  unimpeachable, and if proof is wanted  of the .  statement, let us point to the almost entire absence of mining litigation in the courts  of the province.  AGRICULTURE AND FRUIT-GROWING CENTRE  The possibilities of the Boundary as, an  agricultural and fruit-growing centre  are also worthy of investigation, and  a visit  to  some   of its - spendidly equipped orchards will prove a revelation to the stranger.     The highways throughout the Boundary makes this section of the province the motorists paradise, millions having been  \ spent on'the construction of government roads.  '< No localityis better  served with  railroads  than  the  Boundary district.      At  r present this section  is  served by two  of the  greatest systems on the continent, the  4.C P. R. and Great Northern companies, while within a few months the route tothe  Pacific coast will be commercially curtailed by the opening of the new K. V. V.  branch of the former.  : ���$  '' I  f  m  2: >  I. O. O. F.,  Snowshoe Lodge I  No. *6  A bill has been   introduced in   thel    Meets   every   Monday   Evening   atl  ,, . ,. .  . ,.      .     I Oddfellows'  Hall.     Visiting brethren  I'rench parliament to give authority co^iai]y iavited. 6 ���  for    the    enlistment    of thousands     i)ur hall is for rent for dances, social  more of troops in   the French colon-1 evenings, etc,  Ses.     The   new   recruiting   field   include French China and Africa, and  Victor Records  THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY  Bear the Great Northern in mind when contemplating a trip  to any point in United States or Eastern Canada.    We  represent all the Trans-Atlantic Steamship Lines  and are Booking British and Scandinavian business via Neutral Boat lines at attractive  prices.  We sell Money Orders and  Transfer Money by Telegraph.  'Phone 43.  J. V.  INGRAM, Agent.  PRINTING  is our business and we are  here to please you. The  next time that you   want  any Billheads, Letterheads, Envelopes, Statements, Circulars,  Cards, Dodgers���ill fact, anything in PRINTING, phone 14  and we will  sho w y o u  samples : : :  THE PIONEER  The No. 7 OLIVER  Is the only Typewriter today that supplies real comfort automati-  .  ^cally to the Operator���adapted for Doctors, Druggists, Merchants,  Mtnd in fact it is essential-to every business concern in B. C.  it is estimated that 700,000 men will  be added by these means.  Crow's Nest Italians eligible for  military service, that is between the  ages of 20 and 39, have been notified that they are liable for service  in their native country, and unless  they respond they are subject to a  jail term from ten to fifteen years if  they return to Italy before the year  1946.  A B.C. Consumers' League, with  a membership already of six thousand, has been formed on the coast.  It is announced that the league will  make a strong stand against the  sale in this province of the millions  of dollars' worth of German-made  goods which are said to have been  shipped into the United States for  eventual entry into Canada.  Stricken deaf and dumb during an  action in France, Corporal Robert  Beck recovered both his lost faculties while at a motion picture show.  The play was an amusing one,  and during its progress the corporal  seized the arm of his. companion  asking him to come out as he had  got back his voice. Outside the  theatre he took out his conversation  notebook and pitched it in the street.  Canadian merchants are warned  in the weekly bulletin of the trade  and commerce department against  asrents of German firms in neutral  countries, trying to sell goods. A  case is cited of a Dutch firm, well  known to the British Board of  Trade, to be agents for German  goods, selling consignments of  crockery in Canada, but which are  suspected by the government to be  of German manufacture.  t- Adam Blooiufield, Noble Grand.  Thos. Lloyd, Fin. Secy.  Mark Rukin, Rec. Secy.  Daughters of Rebekah  -!      Phoenix Lodge No. 17  "?,       Meets in the Oddfellows' Hall,  >        First and Third Wednesdays.  '���"        Mrs. Christine Elmgrcn, Noble Grand.  i        Mrs. Amy A. Cook, Secretary.  We have a nice selection of these  goods in stock, and will get any  numbers you like prom tly, either  in Victor or Columbia Goods.  K. of P.  No. 28  Lodge,  Phoenix,  B.C.  Meets Tuesday Evening at 7.30.  Sojourning brothers cordially welcomed.  Chas. Davidson, C. C.  C. H. Knight, K. of R. S.  PYTHIAN SISTERS  Mountain Temple Lodge No. 17  Meets in Pythian Hall, Lower Town  .Second and Fourth Thursdays.  Mrs. Wm. Wills,  M.E.C.  Mrs. H. Tilton,  M.B.C.  FRATERNAL  OR&ER  s       OF EAGLES'  Phoenix Aerie No. 168  Meets in the Oddfellows' Hall, Friday  Evenings, at 8 p.m.  Visiting brothers are always welcome.  Richard Blundell, W. P.  T. R. Clarke, W. Secy.  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders.     Phone A56.  James G. McKeown  HAVE YOU HEARD���  "When We've Wound up  the Watch on the Rhine"  ���Humorous Patriotic Song  "The Little Ford  Rambled Right Along"  ���Comic Song:  Also, a Nice Selection of New  Bag-pipe  Records,  Vocal  Duets, etc.    We are always pleased to play these for you.  E. A. Black, Jeweler  Agent for Victor Phonographs and Records  Don't merely smother yoar cough  Mathieu's Syrup of Tar and Cod Liver Oil not only  -promptly arrests, coughing, but thanks to its tonic and  strengthening properties it helps the system to throw off  the cold and thus effects a permanent cune.    It is this quality which has won for  it the largest sale of any cough and cold remedy in Canada.  jj;c. large bottles-rCverywhere.  CURE IT  ... - ���*��� r-, ���*__  . ipm*.  If your coM la frverlsh Mathieu's h'ervti��� Powders, tho wonderful ht���lacho cure, wtn  promptly dispel tho fovor snd cImum tho pa'p from he��4. hack und limbs. Box of U  l'uwdurc. 35c.  r-m^m��*t:y.  Hi ii&3dka&i&*v* THE    PIDNEEB,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH    COLTTMBI A.  H  'F  P-:  The  ueens  A First-Class Meal, and a Well-  Stocked Bar���Now Open to  the Public.  TOM F. OXLEY  The Lake  \  Local and General  OF GRAND FORKS-PHCENIX BRANCH  " ? Will be Here on  OCTOBER 12th, 1915  BROOKLYN AVE.    (Next door to Pioneer Office)  High Class Portraiture, Amateur Finishing-, ���  ' View Work, Portrait Framing-, Enlarging-,  Copying,  etc.       Ensign Cameras (British  Made) and Supplies. Remember���Only Four  Trips to 'Xmas.  Will Be Here from Oct. 12th to 14th inclusive,  and from Oct. 29th to 31st.  iNOTlOE.TO CONTRACTORS.  I ,-- MIDWAY SCHOOL.  $EALED TENDERS', supersciibed  "Tender for Midway .School,'.' will be  received by the-Honourably the Minister of Public "Works vip to . 12 o'clock  noon on, Tuesday, the 19th day of October, 1915, for the erection and completion of a large one-room school-  house at JM id way;, in the Greenwood  Electbx'alDistrict. ���" '"''H-Mc-^\^'  Plans) 'specifications, contract, and  forums of tender may be seen on and  after the 27th day of September, 1915,  fttt the office of W. JR. 'Dewdpey, Gov-  " ernmont Agent, Greenwood; R. D. |  Ker, Secretary of School Board, Midway, B.C.; and the Department bf  Public Works, Victoria..  By application to the undersigned,  contractors may obtain a copy of the  plans aiid specifications for the sum of  ten dollars ($10) or a certified cheque,  which will be refunded on their return  in good order.  Each proposal must be accompanied  by.'an accepted bank cheque or certificate of deposit on a chartered bank of  Canada, made payable to the Honourable the Minister of Public Works, for  a sum equal to 20 per cent, of tender,  which shall bu   forfeited  if the  party  tendering decline to enter into contract when called upon to do ho, or if  .   he fail to complete the work contracted Xor.   The cheques or certificates of  deposits of unsuccessful tenderers will  bfi'returncd to thorn upon  the execution of the contract.  Tenders will not be considered unless  made mt. on the forms supplied, signed  1 with thu actual signature of the tenderer,  and enclosed   in the envelopes  furnished.  The lowest or any fender not nnce&-  flarily accepted.  J. E. GRIFFITH,  "Deputy Miiiibtcr and Public Works  Engineer.  Public Works Department.  Victoria, B.C., Sept. 24th, 1915.     se30  PHOENIX BAKERY  W. WILLIAMS, PROP.  A new line  of Bakery   and   Confectionery   just   arrived. "   Fresh  Bread,   Cakes and ��� Cookies, just  like   mother   used   to   bake,   de-"  livered daily-to, any part^of��*:ity.  CAKES MADE  TO  ORDER  AT  MOST   REASONABLE'RATES  -      TEtr^rlONE 53  Emil Nelson left on Wednesday  for Hedley.  Leo. Mator, the game warden for  Grand Forks district was in this locality on Monday.  The local Miners'   Union   are ar-  inging to   hold   ii  dance on Wednesday, October 13th.  Harry Hazel wood returned to the  camp on Thursday from a few  weeks' visit to tbe coast.  Miss Ada Pierce  arrived   Monday  from Nelson on   a visit  to  her par  ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Pierce.  Mrs. J. O. Johnson   and   children  left'Phoenix   on   Monday for North  port, Wash.,   where  they   will  take  up their residence.  Messrs. Page and E. F. Boyles  motored up from Spokane on Thursday-to look after their diamond drill  interests in this locality.  Mrs. F.   HarbinsoiV and   Mrs. R.  Lindsay, with their children, spent a  portion   of   this    week    visiting-   in  (Greenwood during the fall fair.  J. Vick, Who has been undergoing  special treatment for a broken arm  at the Mayo Bros, establishment,  Rochester, Minn., returned home on  Saturday.  Mrs. j. V. Ingram, sen., Mrs.'  Wm. Murray, Mrs. J. Leslie, and  Miss Ingram motored to the fruit  belt on Thursday and were among  the local visitors at the Grand Forks  fair. j  E. E. Gibson, Boundary manager  of the West Kootenay Power and  Light company, accompanied by  Louis Mytton of the Grantl. Forks  staff, were in Phoenix -.for a few  hours on Thursday.       '  A. Swanson, operator at the  Granby smelter,.afrived in town on  Wednesday,*>* arid will temporarily  take over thee duties of C.P.R. agent  during .the^absence of Jas. Carter,,  who is about to leave for a vacation.,  The paragraphic reference in this  column of our last issue, referring  to the return-of D. Owens, was not  as some have inferred, inserted with  malicious intent. It is unreservedly  withdrawn: <T. Jones was not among the local Spokane visitors that  week. '-  DAMON AND PYTHIAS ($60,000 Production) Miners' Union Hall, OCT. 15th  LAND REGISTRY ACT  (Section 24) , ��� (���  In the matter of an application for du-  |-   plicate Certificate of Title No. 13097a  I * issued to Ida B.,Eg.rry, covering North  West .t of Section 5, and N. E.  i  of  Section 6, Township 66, Similkameen  Division, Yale District.  NOTICE is hereby given that it is my  intention at . the expiration of- one  month from the date of first publication  hereof, to issue a duplicate Certificate  of Title covering the above lands to Ida  B. Parry, unless in the meantime I shall  receive valid objection thereto in writing.  Dated at the Land Registry Office,  Kamloops, B.C., this 5th day of Aug-  us't, 1915.  C. H. DUNBAR, District Registrar.  FOR SALE OR RENT  .The Baldwin property on Spion Kop.  The house is in good shape, and will be  s,)ld very reasonable, and on easy  terms.  t.f. D. J. MATHESON.  MILK AND CREAM  The rich quality of our Milk and  Cream is gaining new patrons  for us daily. We solicit a trial.  Delivery, made to any part of the  city.'-  Mail us a card;  The PHOENIX DAIRY  W. A. McKay & Sons, Props.  Recruits  for  the  are wanted at once.  54th   Battalion  WOOD  First-class  Fir and Tatn-  arac Wood, $6.00 per cord  Pine Wood,- $5.00 per cord.  Fir. Tamarac, and double cut,  per cord, $7.00.  WOOD   DELIVERED  NOTICE.  ON   SHORT  'Phone B32  Robt. Forshaw  Church Services  St. Andrew's Church (Presbyterian)���Service, Sunday, October 3rd.  at 11 a.m.; Sunday school at 2.  All welcome.    Rev. J. R. Munro.  St. John's Church���Tomorrow,  Sunday, Oct. 3rd: Evening Prayer  at 7.30 p.m. Sunday school at 2.30  and 3 o'clock.    Rev. R. D. Porter.  The stated services at the Church  of Our Lady of Good Counsel are as  follows���First and third Sundays in  the month: Mass at 10 a.m.; Sun  day school at 2.3.0 p.m.; Evening  service at 7.30. Rev. Father Dom.  Dorval.  Applicants for enlistment  ply at Grand Forks.  can ap-  For the purpose of arranging Tor  their forthcoming bazaar, and also  for devising ways and means for  sending monthly parcels to the  front, an important business meeting of the Woman's Patriotic Society will be held on Thursday, Oct;  7tb. A full attendance is earnestly  requested.  In order that commissions for  Xmas portraits may be executed in  time for t'espa'tch to the old. conntry,  the proprietor of the Lake studio  requests his prospective patrons to  arrange for "sittings" at the earliest  possible moment. Open again from  October 12th to 14th inclusive. Four;  more visits before Xmas. Portraits!  on assorted mounts may be had at  reduced rates. -.-.!  in,this city.    During past years, his  classes in   Phoenix   have   been well  patronized, and it is no exaggeration  to state that it is owing to his patient and skilful tuition that hundreds  of past   and  present residents have  acquired   their  knowledge   of dancing.     He is particularly  adept with  beginners, and  those  who  desire a  -further   tuition   in   the   newest  and  latest mazas can all be easily accommodated.  Among the newest dances  now   in    favor   are   the   Hesitation  Carissima,  Cassell's   Half and Half,  Fox Trot, the latest One Step, Castle   Polka,   and   Madam   Pavlowa's  Gavotte.  Phoenix Beats Forks  Miscellaneous  The drilling of the local home  guard has been badly 7 interfered,  with of late. Several other, attractions 7 have 7 occurred on the .drill  night and the attendance has been  badly depleted in consequence. H  the members think it desirable that  the drilling should be continued,  they ate requested to turn out iri:  full force next Wednesday! Jt seems  a pity to see the movement fall  through, and if such is to be the  case with it here, this will be the,  first town in the Dominion to make'  so inglorious a move.  All present at the Catholic Ladies'  Aid dance on Wednesday speak in  high terms of the spendid time spent.  The bareness of the room was tastefully relieved by splashes of scarlet-.  berried mountain ash, and the arrangements made for the affair by  the ladies passed off wihhoul the  proverbial hitch. The floor was iri  fine shape, and the numbers present  must have .been an agreeable sur.  prise to the committer. The orches.-  tra was in fine form, and their pro-  -gram was as usual up to their previous high standard of excellence.  Supper was served at midnight, and  after the inner creature had been refreshed the dance was resumed until near two o'clock. W, Hower  P B Freeland and W Biner yielded  to the solicitations of the fair ones,  and formed the reception committee,  while the following ladies of the  "Aid" were active in the affair: Mrs.  J. J. Strutzel, Miss Biner; Mrs.  McGillivray, Mrs. Fred Weir, Mrs.  Wm. Biner and Mrs. A. McDonald.  Among the recent arrivals in  the city this week was W. B.  Marks, the well-known and highly  popular dancing master, who has  been conducting very successful  classes in Spokane, Vancouver and  the Similkameen district, Mr. Marts,  who needs little or no introduction  to Phoenix, informs us that it is bis  intention to commence a series jf  instruction in  the terpsichorean  art  Three furnished rooms for-rent in  upper town.���Apply Evans Block.  1   Lost���A bunch  of keys.     Finder  will* oblige   by   returning   to   Wm.  Oxley.  I--     J  Lost���A bunch 'of keys   on ring.  Finder    please * return    to    Pioneer  "office, and receive reward.  ",   For Sale���Three-roomed *house,  furnishfed: nice well  water;   chicken  i     < V  coop.���Apply Mrs. F. Obman. ��  For Sale���A 45-60 Calibre Winchester rifle, aI��o double-barrelled  shot gun.���Apply, Pioneer office.  For Sale���The Mint Hotel; well  .furnished rooms; always rented; a  ;snap for cash. For terms see Mrs.  M. E. Puddy.  Two houses on New York Town-  site for rent or sale; one six-roomed  house on Brooklyn avenue for sale.  Apply, G. W. McAuliffe.  Pre-emption for Sale.���160 acres  on Nicholson Creek; new cabin; several acres slashed; $150, or nearest  offer.���Address letters care Pioneer.  For Sale���The well-known Cottage rooming house; the building is  well furnished, and .will be sold very  cheap. See me as to terms.���-M. H.  Kane, city.  For Sale���9 milk cows, 1 half-  blood Holstein bull,,4 years old, 10  calves, 10 2-year-old steers and  heifers.���Apply to Robert Brown,  Ferry, Wash., or Andrew Safer,  Greenwood, B. C.  For Sale.���Five city lots and two  houses. Ground under cultivation.  Situate corner Lexington and Dominion avenue; good well. Sell in  lots to suit buyer. Apply T. Richards, Granby watchman.  Twenty years' experience in English, French, Swiss and American  watch repairing. Satisfaction guaranteed. Charges reasonable. Leave  orders at Union Cigar store, or the  Phoenix stage. Carl Adeneur, Greenwood.  The Grand Forks fall fair sports  were brought to a close with a clash  by the home team with their old  opponents of Phoenix. The game  took place in the presence of a very  large crowd who were treated to a  hard fought game all through. Lus-  kie started for the Forks and pitched  a good game; he was given excellent support by his team mates  who were getting all the breaks.  Phoenix was hitting the ball all  over the lot but couldn't seem to  hit" 'em safe. Luskie was yanked  in favor of Sloan, a port side artist  in the ninth, when the score was  7-6 in favor of the home team, the  visitors got to Sloan, scored three  runs and cinched the game. Mcln-  tyre was again on the mound for  Phoenix and heaved in grand style.  He was handed some pretty, raw  decisions on balls and strikes, but  the south paw improved asthe game  went oh and held the Forks score-,  less after the third innings. He  was ably assisted at the receiving  end by. Phillips who caught one of  his best games this season.  Baumgarten   played  a fine  game  at  third   and    stopped   some  hard  drives that were sure labelled for  extra bases. The outstanding feature was probably the "come back"  ofQuance,a former Delhi boy; the,  latter's sensational fielding around  Ihe hot corner, and terrific clouting  brought the glad hand from the  crowd on many occasions. He was  really the star pla3'er of both teams.  Carson and McLeod of the home  bunch led in run getting as well as  hits with two of each. The Phoenix  boys all hit well but fielded rather  loose at times. Happy Murray  played a good fielding game and a  heavy clouter.was found in the person of Elmo Geddes. The umpires  were Messrs Keefe and Haverty.  and the following was the line-up:  Grand Forks���R McLeod c, Luskie p, Wilkinson lb, , Bush 2b;  Baumgarten 3b, Cook ss, Caghon r,  F C McLeod If. Hunt rf, and R F  Sloan, p, -       r. ��� ^  Phoenix���Phillips7c,- Mclntyre p,  McWha lb, Miles 2b, Quance 3b,  Bassett ss, Davidson rf, Murray���c,  and E.Geddeslf..     .      ,',.,*.,..���,  H   H    K  Phoenix.. .02 00 2 00 1 3   9 10 5  Forks I 0 6 0 0 0 0 00'  7   6 3  GRAFANOLAS  $20 to $200  All the very Latest Song Hits always on Hand  L  T. S. QUANCE  PHOENIX, B.C.  ���e_  Royal Billiard Parlors  BOBBIE TAYLOR, PROP.  Pipes, Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes  BEST BRAND ALWAYS ON HAND  Special Line of the Famous Lowney's Chocolates  Smokers'Supplies. Soft Drinks.  I Engl ash Billiards.    Pool.    Bowling Alleys  WORD FOR MOTHER  It fa a grave mistake for moLhers to neglect their aches and pains and suffer m  silence���-this only leads to chronic sickness and often shortens life.  If your work is tiring; if your nerves are  excitable; if you feel languid, weary or  depressed, you should know that Scott's  Emulsion overcomes just such conditions.  It possesses in concentrated form the  very elements to invigorate the blood,  strengthen the tissues, nourish the nerves  and build strength.  Scott's is strengthening thousands of  mothers���and will help you.    Try it.  Scott & Bowne, Toronto, Out.  "ROUgh On RatS" clears out  Rats, Mice, etc. Don't Die in lhe  House. 15c. and 25c. at Drug and  Country Stores.  MINERS' UNION OPERA HOUSE  FAMOUS PLAYERS SERVICE CO.  SATURDAY, OCT. 2,1915  "Country Chairman"���Five Parts-Madyn Arbude  TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5th  "Behind the Scenes"--Five Parts- Mary Picked  "Warrens of Virginia" Five Parts Blanche sweet  Including Pathe's Weekly and Topical  Adults, I5c.  Children, 5c.

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