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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Oct 10, 1914

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 * ;Si ''i'ij'  '*jf -���  "��,  S   ]  I If   ��<���"���')  iWV  \AM  i    I      r*.  . J (���   ?!  The largest copper mines In  the Dominion are "situated  at Phoenix. The Granby  Co. employs 500 men, and.  has a monthly pay roll of  c over $50,000: Two railroads  afford access to the city:  \  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining: District  f  ..^J^ud^^SOOtt.. The c  ����* J&s a population" of 1,1  The  published   in   the 'highest ,  mHinicipality  in' Canada^'  -'V. '   ".-,"        ~   The cily,*'  ^>^rrasa population" of 1,600, f','  '" and,  possesses ,Aflrefc��class''-*  hotels, opera' house," schools'%  /   *; ��� , -v. k  /. il  SIXTEENTH YEAR  PHOENIX, B.C.,' SATURDAY, OCT. 10, 1914  &  ^>  t K -at'J/7  i  i" *  r- irWV  HSSflK  NUMBBljt^'3'  .r   ' j J   4  ���>  Antwerp Now Receiving Serious Attention of Inyaderii  ;4  ��  i'-> ~'w  K*J  't'    'J  n't   ^ y*  I   ">   *��,       j r- rfrt  '��� *;& ���, i>  I v     ��'i jl  >V  If.  L  B.C. Mining  i. ?  ���i *���{ ���  fe-'  Wk  IV'  FT  t<4sw"  Fs^-v7.^*  A flume is being built across the  river to the Btischner dredge above  Goldhill, for the purpose. 6f convey,  ing water for sluicing purposes for  operating- new grounds on' the op.  posite side of the river.���Kootenain.  A ledge seven feet in width, as.  saying $31 acioss the lead, is reported to have .been struck on the  Molly Gibson claim,' Burnt Basin.  It is owned by Rossland men, the  discovery being made  while  doing  assessment work.  I *"  R. A. Lambert while in town recently stated that the work of phicer  mining on Granite creek has been  satisfactory this season insofar as  the prospects on bedrock indicated.  A scarcity of water, however, retarded sluicing. Next year it is hoped  more favorable conditions' will pre.  vail and the work vigorously prosecuted.  A meeting of tlie Rosalia- Miqing  company, Limited, owners of the  Bluebird mine in the South Belt of  Rossland, was held in that city and  , attended by men interested- from  Spokane, Trail and Rossland. The  president is Lyman A.  Carter, Spo-  - kane; and'<��� secretary, E., L. Tate,  Spokane. The 'company has been  making efforts(..to praise money for  the resumption^t>f operations on^the  property,' andf present' indications  point to success/*''( ��� '"''.'���"'';," *_ >���  The report that the Portland  Canal long tunnel had cut through  ��� a forty-five foot body of ore at a  vertical depth of 1500 feet, and a  depth of 3000 feet -on the dtp is of  the utmost importance, not oqly to  the Stewart camp', but to the whole  northern part-of this 'province,,and  particularly to the New' Hazetton  district." It will give courage to al!  operators to  secure depfh.^add. dei  '��� velopment should be more rapid in  future.���Omineca Herald. I  Will Help Kootenays  Mining operation's are proceeding  on a scale not approached in   many  years, in spite of the European'war.  The Rossland copper-gold mines  of  the Consolidated Mining and Smelting company,  which   until  recently  were shipping from six to eight hundred tons a day to the Consolidated  company's smelter at  trail, have in  the past month averaged 1,200 tons  a day.    The group of mines operated by the Le Roi  Np.*2,- Limited,  closed down for a>fortnight but are  now operating "again on.-a  reduced  scale.      Trie   Consolidated   mines,  However, -are    workiog ''increased  staffs and,, as, a-* result; conditions  are better^than in(many ^ears.  ���  The   increased ' sKip'ments'  from  Rossland mines are largely owing to  the   new   copper   furnace   recently  built at the smelter', which are doing  better work than the  company had  reason to expect. ' The company a  short time ago gave notice-.that its  smelter was prepared to again treat  silver-lead ores, thus countermand,  ing the  order  to  cease  shipments'  given at the outbreak   of the   war.  Strong efforts were made by R.  F.  Green, M.P., and Lome A.. Camp,  bell, M.P.P., to secure Government  aid to enable the banks to .advance  money with silver as security, and it  is probable  that  their   success   has  led to the announcement to 'owner's  of silver-lead'mines.   Many of these,,  throughout the Kootenay and Slocan  districts, have resumed 'shipping.  ' ������  It is stated in Ottawa on reliable authority that Canada wtil com.  mence at once the formation of a second expeditionary force. The composition of the force has not been hinted at, but in view of the fact that  Canada has sent a large portion of her spare artillery equipment to England for"the use of Kitchener, it is more than probable the greater portion of it will be infantry with  strong detachments of rapid-fire machine  gun batteries. ��� \   '  i��  The French official statement of the last two dayj is extremely optimistic, and gives Jthe impression that a few days more will see the.decisive blow struck in the battle of the Aisne. To the lay giind the situation is delicate, but the indomitable pluck of the Allies, together with the  fine stategy of General Joffre will as.suredly make its effects known before  long. .  ' *  -The latest reports state that the bombardment of Antwerp is increasing in intensity,'and the heaviest of artillery is being brought to bear on  |that historic town, but as the  enemy have already been using the same  pattern of siege guns on the French  and   British  trenches, with poor re  suits, it seems it will require more  than  artillery to bring about the sur  render of the garrison.   ,"  Deex"Scarce Yet  Off For-England  Eric Jackson left on Thursday  niorning for New York,' en route  for the home of his mother in England. Before leaving he expressed  his intention of making a surprise  call on Dan Patterson and other  Phoenix members of the Canadian  expeditionary force who are now  encamped at Aldershot.  Another Phoenix resident to leave  this week for Engjand is Walter  Forshaw, who left on Friday morning- for New York to catch the Cun-  ard liner Lusitania which sails for  Liverpool on the 14th inst*. Although  very   modest      about    it,,. Walter  Advice to Hunters  The Grand Forks Sun in its current issue throws out some friendly  and timely advica to hunters in the  Grand Forks district. It says that  "Hunters aVe advised to exercise  care in shooting grouse. Numbers  of quail have been seen between  this city and Cascade, and are liable  to scatter to all parts of the valley  before, the bird shooting' season  closes." Quail are much smaller  than grouse, but somewhat larger  than meadow larks, and fly much  like prairie chicken. These birds'  multiply "very ^rapidly and if they are  not" molested there should'-be thous-  Visits Rebekah Lodge  Mrs. Mary J., Grant, of"Victoria,,  president.of the Rebekah Assembly, ^  arrived in town on Wednesday, for  the  purpose  of paying  an   official  visit to the local lodge of the sisterhood.    On Thursday the visitor .was  taken for an automobile ride through  the district  as* far  as Rock  creek,  and the same  evening was  accompanied by a number "of the Phoenix  members   when  she. paid   her official   cab  bn   the  lodge   in Greenl  wood.    The next point on her itinerary is   Rossland, for which  place  she  left  on   Friday.      Mrs.   Grant  stated that she  was highly pleased  with the condition of affairs among-  the Rebekah lodges throughout  the  province.  Their numbers are steadily  on   the  increase  and   since  last  November  they   had  added' seven  new  lodges   to   the   list,   with  an  average membership in each of over  fifty.   s>  Foreman Appointed  Wes Connell, of Greenwood, who  was in charge of the work of erect-*  ing the Phoenix skating rink, has  been appointed foreman of the work  in connection with the building- of  the proposed new Miners' Union  hall., Mr. Connell arrived in town  on Thursday and will commence op-  The subsidized Norwegian press  of Christiana   has .been  publishing  thought  it   more  than likely that a I ands   of  them   in a   year   or   two. | frorn- the laWe.  few .weeks   would see  him enrollecU The   seasob^.on   quail, and   prairie  in, the army of K. of K.    \ -        jbhicken"is closed indefinitely  The bunting parties are experiencing the worst of luck these last  few days. O, D.'Bushi who formed  one of a quartette which have been  combing the woods around Canvon  city, returned to town on Monday,  leaving the other three to try their  luck on Williams'creek. Up to the  time he left they had not succeeded  in bring down a single deer. Grouse  however, were fairly plentiful,,and  they had not the slightest difficulty  in keeping the camp larder well supplied. The trout were biting freely  and Jos. Darraugh landed three big  fellows within an hour.  Pat Clune's party returned on  Monday with a similar story'of hard  luck. "With the exception of grouse  and wood peckers," said Mr. Clune,  "I never saw the woods so empty,  although there was one time when  I thought I would have bagged a  two-hundred pound cougar. In fact  I honestly believe I was only five  minutes too late."  Messrs. A. A. White, H. Carson,  A. Walters and^A. McQueen came  up on Monday from Christina, where  they have been camping for the  past two weeks. They report the  fishing to be exceptionally good,  but deer hunting at present is decidedly" disappointing. -'John Fiva.l eratipns today, Saturday. , Geoer  of Phoenix", is said to have.bagged I allV speaking the dimensions oPthe  I a mountain goat,  a few" miles back!new structure will be about;ipffi��40  " " l I. */. r-��>S     r"        f  -^,  t> v       r  V'.'.^Mfi  , vi.S&'jVfM  pro-German reports of atrocities by  the French and Belgians. The Norwegian people were*very indignant  when they .received the,accounts in  the British .arid, American''papers.  Norway is'the-'only European coun  try where there is no censor.  Wage Dispute  ,4 '  feet.  1J Hi-'.  . J,  ~'\.   ,On SaturdayalastUhe^'Vancouver^^il^lf^fS  diVcity typolice" -Claunch i.intercepted*���<a'--.<* ^SwiSSgw  *fl ,/,**!&-"I ���***     ��-s-    T,4~.��*.����rf   ^-. ^  Our Home Boys  A slow dressing  woman  will ex  haust any, man's patience.  The Big Store  A Car of  OKANAGAN APPLES  .1  It  ii&  ���'.'-;;'jj''.'. .���  :IM  ..iSJfc -'  Labor troubles have unfortunately  developed  at^the C:P.R.  construction works, near Revelstoke, where  the company- has, le.t  contracts  for I  the boring of a big tunnel.   Thedis- I  pute came to a head  bn September!  26th,   when   a   number" of machine J  miners threw up their jobs.   Accord- I  ing to all accounts  the militia from j  Revelstoke were hastily summoned, j  and stayed   on 'the "scene   for a few  hours. There was no violence, how-  ever, and they were withdrawn.  The trouble arose out of- a proposed reduction in the scale of  wages, following the action of.  Messrs. Foley, Welch and Stewart  in taking over a sub-contract. The  new regime then changed the regular wage scale of $4.50 to 3.50 per  day with a bonus for the entire  gang of $1.50 per day for each additional foot of tunnel completed  above a certain limit. The places  of the men who struck, it is reported  have been filled by Slavs.  Enlists In Liverpool Regt  Letters from England recently  bring the news that Arthur B. Biit-  terworth, formerly electrician of the  Snowshoe and No. Seven mines, has  answered the call and marched out  for the defence of the empire. He  left Canada for England late in July  and arrived home a day or so before the. outbreak of war. He is  now enrolled in the 7th Battalion of  the King's . (Liverpool) Regiment,  the first battalion of which suffered  severely in the action at Mons. At  the time of writing, the boys were  packing   up   in   readiness   to leave  within  a few hours for .     The  ship was awaiting them with steam  up and the men mustered over a  thousand strong.  From Canada's vast empire  Our boys they volunteer  To'fight for their own country  And all they bold so dear.  They leave dear ones behind them  In sorrow and in grief.  Its duty's call, they must #ive all,  In that they find relief.  On board the steamship "Scotia,"  They've left for foreign lands,  For this task was thrubt upon them  By the War Lord's ruthless hands.  They left in buoyant spirits  To face the "cultured" foe,  Who knows of all the hardships  - Our boys will undergo.  The Union Jack; long may it wave  O'er British lands together���  The lily, shamrock, thistle, rose���  -....; The "Maple Leaf For Ever."  Now may our prayers go with them.  And make their cares more light.  Oh! May they raise victorious  Their motto:-"Bight is Might."    [  Oh God! Watch ever o'er them .  The soldiers of our land,  And Father will You lead them  With strong and mighty hand.  (,        Minnie M. Kibbey.  Phoenix, British Columbia.  The -Admiralty^ is evidently .jtiredi'  -of heanng~arx>uti-tbe-operation's-of \ barge-that was lea^in^Burrard^nUttYfft^ $$*��&&&$  German cruisers' in - the ��� Pacific?  They have despatched the fast  cruisers Monmouth, Glasgow and  Good Hope to the South Pacific to  pu,t an end to the nuisance. These  boats have a'speed of 24 knots and  a displacement of 14,000 tons,  while each  possesses  an  armament  in ^tow^of ^a-'". tug. " Oh' board "the  craft-were thirty-five Austrian and'  German reservists bound for Seattle.  The   launch     went    alongside    so  quickly   that    the   officers   got   on  board and battened the hatch down  before the foreigners bad.the slight- ���  est chance   to  offer any resistance.  Most   of  them l were   found   to    be 1  ro%  nine  inch   and   !��. six inch I armed, and they sullenly obeyed the  'orders of their captors.   ���  ''!$y  ac  3C  3C  ac  'Phone 56  P. O. Box 309  Arrested For Sedition  Herman Elmer, secretary of the  Michel branch of the United Mine  Workers of America was recently  arrested and taken into custody by  the Provincial police, acting under  military instructions. It appears  that Elmer, who is a German socialist, had been preaching sedition,  and insulting the militia. He will  be held until the close of the war  and then probably be deported to  his former home of "culture and  liberty" in the fatherland.  Storm at Franklin Camp  The storm which swept over the  Franklin camp, recently, occasioned  a deal of damage. The wind blew  with exceptional violence and demolished the front of the hotel.  Damage to a number of roofs and  thd telephone system is reported,  while the trails were blocked with  fallen trees.  Auto Burned Up  The report, received last week to  the effect that D. J. McDonald's  automobile had been totally destroyed by fire, has unfortunately turned  out to be too true, and according to  S. Williams who was in charge of  the machine, the accident was not  unattended with grave risks for all  concerned. So rapid was the spread  of the flames that he had barely time  to snatch up the youngest child  from the seat before the whole machine was enveloped in fire.  The Little Store  First Street.  McKay & Knight, Props.  FRESH SUPPLY OF  Crawford Peaches  ���Tokay Grapes  Ripe Tomatoes  Plums  Hot House Lettuce  AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE  PRICES.  Prices Are Right.  Prompt Delivery;  tore of duality  9 9  ���v  I  /  I  ��� -.3 .  ���A  -i,  :i  -if**;  It  $a  IB1, f   JC  31 "ilC  at==ac  J[  f  ,t<j"t a f v SiltjiP  '45 rv  V*  WTRT  ���">**'^HH.Jto>'  ,4' t'  ���>>.  <> 'i  ME   ^QNJsER,    PBQBffPL, -BRITIJ3H   COLUMBIA.  life  fte  ml  <M  .^'  &8&XETTS LVE  "EATS DIRT  ���I  iNZit  m  !?t �����  if  |l,V"r''  ^W^iOUK sstHisa-rim, BlSltllOH* SJM* "iM*  S��UmcMWU^  ;>*  TORONTOTONT    MO*?^  i  r  ~f^  - 7 it \ r  THE PHOENIX PIONEER,  r ISSUED  WBBKLY   > .  at Phoenix, British Columbia  <t  Subscription, 2.00 per year ' *  ,1 1%  J   t  * 1)  2>50 to United States.  G. SLay, Publisher.  attract them in large numbers, and  'they will be 'a'good type of settler.  The few far-sighted people who control capitals recognize that this type  will be , finding its -".way to Canada,  and are making plans to meet the  new condition. .Many of these men  will have capital enough too for a  start,' and will-seek the districts al-  ready"opened' up,', "Owners of" land  in these area, srhay expect a consid  erable" demand, - The roaming spir-  it-ofthe Britisher is far from,being  dead. '', This war ^wilhstimulate it;  and 'the splendid responseof Canada  to the empire's, need ./will intensify  *  i' ���> ' *   '       ,.  the desire to know more of the land  ,where this-' patriotic spirit "'has developed tossuch magnificent proportions."'" ?lj   j"    l i    ���'  British Khaki  ���V^f  ivt%*^ X ^ '  ADVHBTISING SOALB^  Application for Irfquor Lloanoe (80 days) . .(K.00  Ayrneation for Transfer of Ltctnco . . . .97.50  ' ^Csrkifl'cftte, of Improvement notioe (60 days) $7.06  ^ Application to Purchase Lund notices (60 days)  ��'vyY-v ������--' >7M  {'DeHnqixanb Co-owner notloes (90 days)... .910,00  .-Small Water Notices (30 days)    97.60  ;D��Unqu*nfcCo Ownership notices 90 days $25 00  Duplicate Certificate of Title notices   . . 98.00  Cards of Thanks, 00 cents.        ���,  i ' * ���  All other legal advertising-, 12 cents a line,  atnjrle column, for the first insertion; and 8  tmate a line for each subsequent insertion.' non-  /  -r  >   Straws'show, which; way1 the wind  blows.    Germany's ( protest, against  the barbarity of its British and Rus  sian adversaries,, and the terror of  its  people  at  the  advance   of  the  Cossack is the cringing whine of the  coward and the visible proof of its  own foul and guilty conscience.     It  is the common  trait of the coward  to label others with the vices they  themselves possess; little minds can  not   conceive   any, deviation   from  their, own' ways t of thinking and doing.    What they in certain circumstances- do, is  they  believe,   what  others must do. The Germans,know!  their own  hideous cruelty, ��� and the  inner  working's  of  their  own foul  Khaki,. the color which  renders  our soldiers so difficult to see, was  discovered by a happy accident. The  British troops in India wore a cotton  uniform,  which, when  it was ;new  was khaki in color, but after,a visit  to  the  laundry  was, indescribable.  A Manchester business man, discussing this defect, remarked casually  'that a fortune awaited the man who  -could "find a khaki dye that would  not fade. ��� A young officer heard the  remark, hired  a skilful native dyer,  and began the search.     Years went  by in fruitless endeavor, till one day  turning over a heap of rags, relics  of their failures, they chanced upon  one piece  which   was   still  khaki,  though the laundry ha'd worked its  will.     It had  received no   special  treatment, except that it had fallen  into a  metal dish.    That was the  secret.    The metal of the dish and  the chemicals  in the dye had com.  bined to produce that fadeless color  which makes our soldiers invisible.  r  FfftinrrT"^i'ri"<fflffly'fft^"'^'f''^^ tm **?*2  I  Do not give a baby-your Dresden  china to play with, neither your heart)  to man; they are both easily broken.  consciences, ; and they fear that re-  solute Russians and   British will do  It  is for .the same reason that they can  x  ��� f $     1  SMk  ���-��7& Vv' z, %  jtareilmeasurement."  / >..   ���>..-   ,.    ���'  Display ^ads $L00 per inch,  single ,  column,   per month. -Transient' ads. jas1 has been   done'in   Belgium.  60c. per inch, per issue; subsequent in  wrtions, 86c. per.inch. ;.        '    I not' rid  themselves^ of the, Englihh'  "treachery" idea, t, What they-would  if have done - in Britain's position is so  !lobvious and clear;to,them that theyj  I took  it .for granted Britain would  I       f y    +  betray Belgium  ���*i'r^^(.ii  lYork.Suo,'*  ietter  anonymous  pnterpretations>x>f,  "gjriespera^tor;  Indulged" 'in   by  T ffgraph editors on Amen  i;?|rewspapers: ^The  m>��#be:%vz  letter ,un-  ^^rt��3oubtedly bears jthe stamp iof the  S^VKaiser's hirling press bureau,^a'nd  for^that reason alone the writer's  ���Jhumor" is'-worth publishing:  Terrific slaughter���Sixteen French  and seventeen Germans wounded.  Hurled Back���The withdrawal of  an advanced outpost.  Thousands of Prisoners���Three  German farmers arrested.  Deadly *Air Battle���French aeroplanes seen in the distance.  Gigantic Army of Invasion���Two  troops of cavalry on a reco'nnai-  sance.  Overwhelming Force���A sergeant  and a detail of twelve men.  Fierce Naval Battle���Mysterious  sounds heard at Sea  Americans Outrageously Maltreated���One American asked to explain why his trunk contained maps"  of German roads.  Bottled Up���A fleet at anchor.  Trapped���An army in camp.    *  Rout���An orderly retreat.  '     Heroism���Failure of soldierb   to  ittt ,i*un away in the face of danger.  t^V tJ Decisive Conflict���A   skirmish  of  IWutposts.  I  Protect Your  There is no alum in Dr. Price's  Cream Baking Powder. The names  of its ingredients, printed on the  label of every can, show it to be  made from Cream of Tartar, which  comes irom grapes. No alum baking powder or food containing alum  is permitted to be sold in England.  To avoid alum read the label and  use only  Dr Prices  CREAM  Baking Powder  Blade from Cream ol Tartar        No Alum  !  ' This is .the" testing  time.' * The  merchant   who   shows "the    white'  feather by  excluding  his  business,  name from ��� 'the -local paper,   in this,  or any other"community, will''be'the]  first to/feel thVeffect bfphardYitnes.f  -The?merchant '.who^hamm^rs^ the  ^harder in'hard- times for> a'Share.of  the people s business is the,surest to  get,'not only h��s-share,;but" also the  share that should belong,to the, mer-  chant requiring'lflannel^footpads for  his icy-feet. C .'-        .  ,    - 7"  V/  Ss-iVr?  --51 -z -t.  \'-ct-j  t."  fA  William the Weed must be a far.  sighted individual if the following:  statement to "his officers can be  relied upon: "You must spare Buck  ingham palace, because I intend to  live there, and .take especially good  care that no harm befalls Westminster abbey.     I will be crowned  in it."       " .   ^-_   A Netherlands* doctor _says the  Germans'have an army "of nearly  twelve^million men. \ This,<allowing^  for.the>entire absence ,of/women,  children and old. men^wbrks out at  about.- one Jbrf. evejy 'five -'of'. the  fatherland's .population.    ^        ^  greet the cdmingpfea;,caae;of  PHCENIXBEER  Be'cause'the Beer is-sp good  and wholesome it brings the  smile.    - .'   ~ ,    \l  <     -, '���      'PHONE"23 \   if-  PHOENIX BREWING &>.,  .LIMITED  X   ��  9&\  I*    i  ^���"j'-^'An Eivglish writer commenting on  uJthe outcome of the war as it will  ^effect Canada, bays that the thous-  ^^ivands1' of young men in Great Britain  &&.Jwho have left the office and desk for  Mii>active service will dislike the pros-  M^?f|pect of returning to a sedentary life  "'v����nd will .seek anpther career in the  ^overseas  dominions.  Canada  will  mT>  ifof garclon and. farm ore best  fo��rB.C.soil;Set�� Cat alogue for  l*s^li<ljguei����nt��>��? oipxuriiy  |5S;|#i4vii��rnniiiation  ^i^���^TOJav^:��oi Copy free  ^:2i^ Soodmon  ?(p:i.r--??^ ^'"��'<*��^*i-''E n^[l ms rnJ  ^:^iis|;J^'o;b!:<l ward  ���IVitrsria   -a      Vancouver  jiW-iByeorrisr.-'i-'-     667 sronviiio sh  <j��Kg.A'B.gl*T* yOff.|BW��TISH COVUMfetA  8jt  "World^Wide'^on the War  ,  This^splendid',weekly publication  is performing an; unusually  impor.  tant service to -Canada ^uring this  greatest of all international wars of  the world's history.   4,Wprld Wide  selects and  presents  to; its readers  every Saturday the ablest articles by  the  ablest  writers   in   Britain- and  America on the war situation and its  consequences. ��� It thus  reflects the  current thought of both hemispheres  in these critical times.  ,  "World Wide", is therefore indis  pensible to every thinking man and  woman.  It is indispensible to YOU just  now. Eminent men all over the  country acknowledge its great worth  "Almost every article in almost  every issue you feel you would like  tp put away among your treasures, "  Subscription rate  $1.50  per an4  num, or on trial   for  three  months  for only 25 cents.     Send to JOHN  DOUGALL   &   SON,   publishers  "Witness" Block, Montreal.  Remarkable Proposal  A remarkable .proposal v comes  from 'Belgian leaders!'"We realize,"  thty^say, "that" our nation is seriously hampered by 'the lack of one  national language. .If is* impossible  to make either Flemish or Walloon  universal, because of the rivalry of  races. We do _ not desire to encourage the further use of French,"  wishing to maintain our distinct in  dividuality and ��� cultivate 'British  rather than French, characteristics.  Therefore we propose,, that,B.ejgium  should adopt English as her national  language, making herself the sister  nation of the England fof the' Isle."  WOOD  \ First-classAFir and Tarn-  arac'Wopd, $6.00.pere.cor<d  Pinev Wood, $5.00 per cord."  ,v- ~i*   '''������'   -    ���"��-   --. ^ ' --��� -ir ->���  Firtand-Tamaraci double cut,  ^Pier:'co^;,$7.po./; -'-^f. v  WOOD DIUVIRID ON  SHORT.  NOTIOC      /_ '    'Phon* BS2  Robt. Forshaw  throw away your good  OVERALLS, because  they ace greasy.  '.We  , caii wash them vto look  '-   ��� r.,-i"  -     -   -   ������  as good as Dew.-^We/alao^niake> K '^S"  Specialty of Blankets and  Carpets  A TRIAL WIU. OONVINOEYOU.  REC0 STEAM LAUNDRY  Phone SO. ^ Dominion Avo.  T.'*��'S  -KT  Uv  HTVvi^, .--  ���*�� ������  Shoes that Fit!  .Weniake a speeialty of Miners'  1 Shoes; good;fit, nlesj ahmp*. '<*ad-  neMimg but the beat of stock used^  *  v  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  nick palorcia;  Knob Hill Av*.        WUotmtm, B.O.  M  - ^  i^-  Officials of the Canadian Pacific  railway announced a few days ago  that the company would give emg,  ployment to "about six thousand  extra hands for the next two  months. This movement has been  taken to relieve distress caused bv  the war.  SYNOPSIS OF-COAL" T.  MINING REGULATIONS  -Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-  West Territories and in a portion, of the  Province'of British Columbia, may be  leased fer a term of twenfcyrone; years  at an annual, rental o��$l an acre. Not  more than2,560acres willbeleased to  one applicant. ",   ""       -,.,'L 1  ' Application.for a lease must be made  by the applicant in person Jbp-the  Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in  Which the rights applied "for'are situ-  ated.    - -     ',��  In survexed .territory the land, most  be described by sections, or legal bud-  divisions, of sections, 'and in unsur-  veyed territory the tract, applied for  shall be staked out by the applicant  himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be ft-  fanded if the rights applied for are not  available,' but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable  output of the mine at the rate-of five  cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  Boyalty thereon. 'If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such returns should be furnished at least once  a year. . .   -  The lease will include the coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available  surface righto" may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at the rate of $10.00 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa,  or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  "   ^������  W. W. CORY,  . Deputy Minister of the Interior,  N.B.���Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not be paid for.  -30890.  Reliable    ^ _ monthly  medicine for all Female Complaint. �� <****���  or three for $10, ot drug stwres. Miitel towiy  address on receipt of price. Teue Scobbxa nnro  Co., SLCatharinen, Ontario  l^d'vitaUfars  rey matter;';  PHOSPHONOL FOR MDISr*^  for Nerve and Brnln; increases "grey --r-~t?  �� Tonic���will tmlld you np.  *8a bo*, ��r trr*l��*  $5, ot drug stores, or by tturiloa r��S��P* XJJIaE"  tbk BcoHitw. Drtj* Co.. St. C*.t&arin����. OnUrta  Th0  2L��s��3   \  Phoenix  r  Pioneer  has for 16 Years been recognized as the Mining  Medium of the Boundary  country.  1 Io the matter, of ad-*  vertising, it reaches the  right kind of people, and  an adyertisement in its  columns \s certain ,of  quick and profitable, .results.  In the matter of all.  things pertaining to the  progress of Jthe 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 Orators and  Holiday Printing to the  Phoenix Pioneer  THE HOME OF  ARTISTIC  A BUSINESS MAN IS  KNOWN  BY THE  QUALITY OF PRINTING HE USES  Our Stock of Stationery is the Best that can be procured in  Canada, and our Workmanship will meet with your approval  Why Not Have Your Stationery  Printed by Ulei?  ��*-  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  $2.00 per Year in Advance.'        $2.50 per Year to U. S,  i~  r��j i._  ��*c*HT9Trt(iwlf*.M* ���? V  ariMuei^ittvsj^jW^&diEXCT  rtnrsWKwaaursnirtWtM 8  if^-Si:a'..\f^i;,-.,OT.',a'>s-Vi **���  'jfrBPfiP  THE   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  *v  ���'���������'mtm  \ *.               . ���> > -��^'AV'^-iPOTW^Pw���1   ���,'  i��� ���������������������I'M, - r ?.?V^^'J:4 -b ���"  Concentrates  [ / u     i .        t  Early Morning Siinlight  YOU will find your washing finished earlier���and better���and  your work ,will become far easier by using Sunlight* Soap,  fyr.. it  cleanses   and   purifies   clothes   more - quickly  and  thoroughly than ordinary soap.  -' Sunlight is the most efficient Laundry Soap sold on the Canadian  market today-���It is pure beyond compare. ���  You  try   Sunlight  Soap according  to. directions, and  you'll  see  , .the  early  morning  sunlight  shining- on  a   line  of the  whitest  clothes that ever spoke of housewife's pride.  Wf"   .    .    .    /a -  5c  It's- kind to the bands.  Follow directions./  Sold at all grocers.  1313  A (5,000 guarantee says there  is not a particle of adulterant  or impurity,in Sunlight Soap.  5c  *<*+  Pentictbn is now linked with Midway by the Kettle valley railway.  Naturalization papers for over 20  Austrians and Germans were refused  in the County court of Rossland,  last week. , - '  H. W.  Jackson,  the well-known  bear hunter, was  recently shot and  killed during a quarrel with another)  hunter in a Northport saloon.  The German 17 inch howitzers,  under proper conditions, prove very  effective, but 40 horses are unable  to drag these guns over  soft roads.  Wah Soo, a Kaslo chink, was  fined one hundred dollars last week  for trafficking in opium. This, is  the first prosecution in that town  under the Opium .act.  A foreigner can only enter India  by three ports, viz., Rangoon, Madras and Calcutta. AH Germans  throughout the country are either  under arrest or.cldse observation. >  ftThe French ambassador at Copenhagen has publicly charged the German authorities with deliberately  manufacturing thousands of dumdum bullets for press display purposes.  Carefully concealed, and with food  enough to last a week, two Chinamen were taken from a box car at  Port Huron last week.' They had  travelled from London, Ont., and  the Immigration authorities believe  they are on the track of a big Chinese smuggling gang that have a  .sort of clearing house there.  Like the French under Napoleon,  every British soldier in the field is  now carrying a field marshal's baton  in his knapsack. This new order of  things has been brought about by  the extrordinary heavy casualties  among the officers. The firstjist of  appointments to commissions from  the ranks was  published last week.  In'ajetter to Premier Borden, en-11  A decided economy in fuel consumption is  effected by usingjiickelled steel in  Id  ���<>  -'1,1     . ���>     ^W-  ,'*-'���*' "fS    '   J ir8  '���   " ' >   ' r,1 ,J     *"}' in ��� v.JviVP  l&age  oven. It attracts and holds the  heat far better than most oven  , materials. See the McGlary dealer. .   ��  *5B Morrin-Thompson & Co,  Hotel Brooklyn  ��MM_iHMiHna_MiHiiMi  The Only First-Class and Up-To-Date \  Hotel .in Phoenix.     New from cellar  ,    to roof.-   Best Sample Rooms in the  ��� ��� t ' Boundary,  Opposite   Great   Northern  Depot.      '.'   V      Modern Bathrooms.  STEAM HEATED.  I  O, D. Bush, Prop.  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix, B.Ci  NEW VICTOR RECORDS  ,A Nice Selection of the Latest  '     Victor Records, especially  the latest dance"music  ������������������������������-���-�����������������������������.������..���.��������SSSSSSSSSSSSSSJMSS.SSISSS.  New Songs, etc.  m  :a  ueens  OOMPLETELY REFURNISHED AN P REFITTED  tWe beg-to announce the reopening of the Queen's Hotel/ This  ���-..    popular hotel.,has^been completely,,refitted throughput;\���  ���; "l\.sev.erythfng,neiy, ^pd,,Up-to-date.,- Large lofty rooms,- ^ ^-w  heated with hot water.' Perfect fire appliances.' '       -   -  Night and Day Service  Patrons of this hotel will find  in it all  the comforts ot home.  ~    Perfect satisfaction is assured all our guests.    It is  the most centrally located hotel in town.  Bar Stocked with Best'Wines, Liquors. Cigars  ���WALSH & HARTMAN, Props.  FIRST STREET AND KNOB HILL AVENUE  ^closing a cheque for ,$1000 for the II  use of the 'government for defenceII  King Edward Lodge|-purPose- L- a. Agassi* of Agassiz, \\  >��������'  COME AND LOOK THEM OVER  No/ SB, A.F. and A.M.,  ~   ~. *\������ \  Regular communication at, ��  p.m.   Seco'nd Thursday of  each month. r r  Emergent meetings as called; Masonic  Hall, McHale Block.  John FrMJAYr Jr.,  --'    - Secy.  W. J.  PlKRCE,  \V.JVI.  -t  Shortest  Route  to  Pacific Coast  Points.    Good connections at  Spokane with through coast trains  J. V. INGRAM, Agent, Phoenix.  I. O. O. F.  Snowshoe Lodsre  No. 46  Meets   every   Monday  Evening   at  Miners' Hall.    Visiting brethren cor  dially invited.  Harry Elsmore, Noble Grand  A. L. McKinnon, Fin. Secy.  Jas. Pierce, Rec. Secy.  THE KNOB HILL HOTEL  A. O. Johnson, Prop.   ���  First-Class Accommodation foe* tVliners  FINE8T Qin WINES, LIQUORS AND OIQARS IN STOQK.  'PHONE 72. YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.  for Artistic Printing.  New Lines of paper on hand  Daughters of Rebekah  Phoenix Lod^e No. 17  Meets in   tho   Miners'   Union   Lodge  Hall Fust and Third Wednesdays.  Mrs. W. Humphreys, Noble Grand  Mrs. A. D. McKonzie, Secretary.  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES  Phoenix Aerie No. 158  Meets in Union Hall, Friday Evenings.  Visiting brothers are always welcome.  Dan Patterson, W. P.  T. R. Clarke, W. Secy.  K. of P. Lodge,  No. 28    ��ss^  Meets Tuesday Evening at 7.30.  Sojourning brothers cordially welcomed.  C. H. Knight, C. C.  E. E. Barnes, K. of R. S.  PYTHIAN SISTERS  Mountain Temple Lodge No. 17  Meets in Pythian Hall, Lower Town  Second and Fourth Thursdays.  Mrs. Geo. Barnes,  M.E.C.  Mrs. W. Wills,  M.R.C.  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders.     Phone A65.  James G. McKeown  says that being over sixty years of 1  age, and thaying- lost .anj^arm, hel  .can not fight for the empire, but is  doing what he can "to assist in'repelling the German hordes " Mr.  Agassiz' contribution has been do.  nated to,the patriotic fund.  Becoming anxious, concerning the  supply of- timber: props for coal  mines, hitherto largely supplied from  Baltic ports from which the traffic  has been interrupted by the war, the  British colliery owners is in co-opera  tion with the Board of Trade, have  sent special commissioners to confer  with Hamilton-Wickes, British Trade  Commissioner at Montreal, as to the  possibility of securing a supply from  Canada. The value of this trade,  says Harrison Watson, Canadian  Trade Commissioner is $20,000,000  annually.  Sir Cecil Spring-Rice, the British  Ambassador to the United States,  has called to the attention of the  State department the activity of the  German organizations in the United  States, and asked an investigation  into the report that certain of them  are preparing for a warlike action  against Canada in the event of a  decisive defeat by the allied powers  on the European' battlefields. The  ambassador informed the Secretary  of State, that he believed the head,  quarters of the* movement was in  Cincinnati. The State department  promised to look into the complaint.  The order of St. John of Jerusalem, a famous hospital association,  is making preparations to care for  the bodily needs of the Indian troops  in France. The Indians, it is expected, will be at some disadvantage because of their sudden transference to  a strange climate and strange habits  ot life. The order will therefore  issue a list of the "articles needed by  our Indian soldiers. The list includes cloves, cinnamon, sugar,  candy, cardamon, candied cocoanut,  tobacco, cigarettes and betel, a substitute for chewing tobacco. In the  matter of clothes, Warm underwear  will be .needed, but even more than  that the Indian needs a long muffler to wind about his head and neck  when he goes to sleep. If he has  this he does not appear to mind so  much about the covering of the rest  of his body.  K A; Black,  '���fJ  t    a  'Sit,"$**���*'  i ��" tr**t*- �����*���  THE PHOENIX GARAGE  STRUTZEL &   HOWER,  PROPS.  ��� KNOB   HILL   AVENUE  Qoodyear Tires and Tubes  Accessories  Gasoline  Repairing:  Vulcanizing*  Compressed Air on Draught  BRITISH COLUMBIA MILK  B. C. MILK has the largest sale because it  pleases the housewife. It has the LIGHT  NATURAL COLOR and TASTE of FRESH  RICH CREAM, and is much superior to the  old fashioned condensed milk for the table and  for cooking.  IT HAS THE NATURAL FLAVOR  The   Government   test shows  it   to  be  of   the  HIGHEST STANDARD.  .":.��."  Yo u r  Milk  Should come from healthy and vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  mariner Separated Cream insures purity and  quality. ���    The Dairy produces both.  J. W�� Han nam  m SIS  / T"'  ,V !;>;'.��� ���4t&Mm:��&#..vi-l,. j^y��a&fflrt>-r /*-.-. \.. ��>f /- - y; *_ ��� ���/; r -. i v.'A* >v^ *  ~'!!f����feiil^  *�����&  m  1   .%L*J  ^j^mm^^M^WW^Wk  rwnaoy in its particular, ,fie,ld for uiore tban-forty years is your'aMta* -1  ||^f��l!Bae#lb^  KS��)  |of;Grand|l?^^  ^Mr. and  Mrsv ,W. D.Wilson and  V'WijS.wtoJisfiS*:'..'^  ,  Miss -Mary. Anderson, of Greenwood,  .*i'  \  |||||S  >S .*���.. 'SmM^^mw^m&iAtianRvv^C^ant^pAtnne^t^kndifRanev.' Goods?<���* -  M'f/S'SA  a-^UA^nti.iiMviknttiiO'itormr-r-.i^JS .  f^I&t*.wth:*����Ao��*i^!Weci%^^^BW^# *P^~  -       ������������M.  ���  ��� :���::'.':. ���.^.v:->.'^: :i    :���*..-:'���;  ���-'./���.? "<-^.>_ ������:��� ;���������.'.���-,.���.- '���.;������:������ .������'���i^v--'.-.'--���.������'���''���������" ���   >'.      ���' ���      '      .���'���'���  The Misses' Phoebe and Amy Mc-  Millan.'df Greenwood, were the guests  throughout the week';���'.of Mr. arid Mrs.  ^Deane^^es-^^  "%':.U',.'"^r'',.u,|;:^v 'r.."^^.-^^.^^^^^  was a guest at the Brooklyn hoUl on  $:;ijJoKi^^  on'Monday, from an 'extended trip to  'i:'��''"-*^.''^y.'^-''<^  the northern portion of the'province  effitojit^ci^jiim^  .' Pred Carlson went over to Bevel-  stoke on Tuesday, and-will probably  '"������f&iiifcnelJ^^  jenay^JoromoSlilft^  Michel"rof the Provincial Department  :)^n;3|^;;|^iowin  :|o|||id]��i|i^|^  kansaw) blew back into town on Tues-'  3^ol��gc^|';.H^  several brushes ^vith'the Germans, and  according to accou^  than keep up his end in the argument.  ;'ijAjspe^ialj^ly{of^  local lodge of Kulghts of Pythias is  xail^'^r^w^i^sa^  ^^?ialH^��r^)|^^re^p^^  sent;|>lB^yec^  solved������*Tha^ the time has arrived to  change the dame ; of /German to the  sau8age'of^thftt;countty.W^!?yi����.i''i^;^  IffiOull^iiivfefS^  ^|:MMyJ^^ptli op^lji^lo^ilb^ntislv  ,;Cpj ui^a};wilpreme^  (ini'ftKiB'|'tim^er^  Britain'-^K'ithe^Contliaen^^^^  necessary to immediately plant tree's  to fill the gaps.    No blank areas'are  permitted-j;^  have been cut over are immediately,  replanted.^)TbetcbnaitionsJaSfttbey  ejtist:;:;iri7;(B;Gj^ar^iYd^  ���man1:'rias-Ktd^ido:flin��;Europe,vha^  l-^-VIT' ''., ���.���.'-';��� :,'\'i,.i''';v-:  ,'!���;''������,  v'>li'f;�� .'.*-V'7,'���������'���:,���'."-���������'��� '.>������.-  carriesWbuf^ih^thiss  gihg\opei^Uons7inJBTitis|i7^  E-9  sunts  :���  Agent for the famous Nyal and Na-Dni-Co Preparations.  ft:%''^^S4'<��^S-'^Sv^  :: rf,  ������������"������ j--S'..  ^!:C:ci.tf.-xW.V.-'*��y*.y'".\*:t:>!t.h  ^Prof. Frank Ian d demonstrates that COD LIVER OIL  generates: more%body-heat.  kthwmrnmeisemzMsm:  ���'���pwftiiAhttii-^ 4he7  blood profits from: every drop,  ;< ^hile it foiiiflei t^o��t and lung*.'  i0 If rou >��>. subj.ct to cold lwasls  . cr fe.tl ifyou Ntivar mc] etch coU  ���wily i Uk. SCOTT'S EMULSION  for on* ramUi *ndw.Uh iu ttootl  afr.ots. f^r,)i!o'--,'.5:!!?C<:7'*;;,!0 :'?.;'��:.::'::;; -;;;��  i^o    luznisEsuBSTntrnu.  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