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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Oct 16, 1915

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 ^���"*>-<w��i����_��_&_ft_3a,-��  .-wKWMtwaiM. t^.���,  ^_~anW^��tt*<*Mu*i_3i��-'��'^  'SSW^iMW'!*'  wstsmwmmik- ��-s^^.^ggg��H2  9  ���ft***'  T  ,!t"''-^ra.'^'''*->.**-^-1*;**ta*\*<"*���' ���**���-..-' -.���---.w^*_-���  W?W5*��VW'��1*^^^ *iili_  . '' " ' i_' 7. ���_!____  ^^���^^.r^-.^-^^^i^^/.^.A,7Stj:w..^'*..-^^ -,���.*.��j A:. .,      '* ; ^... -TI^.Z^^-T^^'^'^^'-t*?''*'*^  >;��Hgjj$p*'  J'feS��i  11  The largest copper mines in  the Dominion are situated  at Phoenix. Tho Granby  Co. employs 500 men, and  has a monthly pay roll of  over $50,000: Two railroads  afford access to the ci ty.  ��<*  SEVENTEENTH YEAR  P��v��teCto^,ntareSt8 ^ B������-ary MiMng District  RICH FIELD FOR  THE CAPITALIST  Promising: Area For Quartz and  Hydraulic Placer Mining1 in  Lillooet District.  tion group, Wm. Haylemore, the  superintendent, having opened up  two pay chutes on the Countless  claim, on two ledges paralleling each  other at a distance of 130 feet, which  promNe to equal anything yet discovered on   the   hill.     A  PHOEWX, B.C., S*TO_DAY.~Ocinr__  The  Phoenix  Pionker   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  About Those Socks  NUMBBR  14  <   The strange story, published in a ________^  coast paper, regarding the distribul   lAmnn���(,    . ~      ' "  Hon of the   socks, which  from  t.W to ��? ?* "' batCh ��f reCruitS  to time have been co.Iected and 3 ^^T '" ��' G?"d Fork* "��  Noel has   m   thousands   to the   trenches    aJ]'     AgOSt,no'  formerly of Phoenix.  taken an option on the Lome group,   pears to have affected the nerves ol      ** '* officia,l>'  intimated  that one  and a crew of men  will   start   .^,1,   a few nf ���.... i i   ,.       . ? J "    '  Military Notes   II   Irreg"Iar Subscriptions  "For twelve years," says a writer tal is interested in this venture. Mr.  to the Victoria Times, "outside of Kinder, formerly owner of the Pio-  intermittant work upon the Corona*   neer group, has   uncovered   a   new  and a crew of men  will   start   work I a few of our local   "patriot* "    Thet'  on it immediately.     American  capi-|yarn in   a   nutshell   is   io   "the'effecl  ,���   ���       ,r   -r, ......   -..wV.>..v.u   n   new   -"uiiu men-way into    he nn��<.c<*m^     '   "'   *������-*=   vancoui  2J^h         J'T/' t}lB  P'ooet   ledffe on bis properties   which   bids  of an   up-country   lumber!,ccw���|l"ent'    ,ias    "listed  district has'suffered front,thef hi.KM* fair*to'Pon��|.J_��;ta_��___i.:--i��� _..     Li..: , 5.  . y   ,umDerJ ���-��   (vh<^' .   �����  districtshas*suffered from'4hef haiidi  cap   of   neglect.    Traditions   were  handed down of four partners in the  r  that a pair of jsocks,   containing thj  name  and   address  of the   sender?     Harr>' Guon* f��r 23 years a mem  found their way into the possession! ber   ��f the  V���couver fire   depart  in   the   72nd  The   irregularity    in    which    the  promised   subscriptions   to  the city  patriotic  fund   are   being   paid   is  causing    the   committee    no   little!  concern.    For  the   most  part   the   ������,���u  delinquency is purely a case of over-  Mounted Rifles will train during the sitfhti but   the   Pioneer   is informed  winter at Vernon. that there  are  at  least  a couple of  squadron    of   the   11th    Canadian  'ft  M  farrtoequaltntrrclmesshisold prop- claimed to have purchased, lhenr_I Hi^h,anders-    The city council vot  [BEST PROPERTY  IN EXISTENCE  Granby's Fiscal Year Production  Was 25,746,059 lbs. of Copper  ���Surplus Cash, $3,668,087.  It  'MM  ijyiS*?  m  ii  ��i$l  m  dozen who   have   not   paid  a single  cent into   the  fund  since their  first  Granby's annual   report,   though  not yet   ready   for  circulation,- was  erty.     Mr.   Pa'xton,   of  Cincinnati. I a store in Vancouver.     O.i the faceTl  after four years of hard work, has at j of  it   the   story   carries,, with   it '$  , ,   ,. .      ,��.������*_    w*   -1(1114 ^  Lome, who with an arrastra of'hali   the   Wayside   favorable   showings.   Uronff  flavor of fish, 'for   as-far^  ton capacity, cleaned up one  t'hous-  The Golden Dream Hydraulic mine,   can   be    earned   of the matter,   th*  _ _  ii j      /     ._ .i imHr-r the management of Mr Damin   recipient Jailed lo name the business?  and dollars a day for three   monlhs uncter me management at .wr. L/amm �� j       .   0ffence    anci   ,  with two days off each week to  dis- is ju.t beginning to show promise of   - from   whom J.     -^ ^   J o ,  sipate their winnings at .he  Sucker returns for ,he large sums  put   into  ^'"^  Creek road house; of the   three or- it by himself and his associate  cap.-   *d   as   he says,   the incdent m.ghj. Vancouver  iginal of tbe Ida Maryr who with an talists of Washington, D.C.   A visit  fa-.ly  have ansen through   an, .cj����      ^  equally crude   arrastra, cleaned   up| to this properly alone would i_i.11 r��    cident or   r,_-<��r*_.^ ���  ed him a five hundred dollar bonus  Attention is drawn by the military  authorities to.the fact that endeavoring to. dissuade men from enlisting  in the forces of the Crown is a criminal   offence,  and   comes   under the  ��� -  hoc  month's spasm of patriotic enthusi-  read   to   the  stockholders  at' their  asm, while there is at least a round  annual meeting  in   New   York this  who  seem   to   regard    their  week, says the Boston Commercial.  equallv criiHr.   _..-.   .  ,.  *������--..,._���.--.   /vvisit  *<"-*.y   nave arisen through   an   ac-" are at work  n V  equally crude   arrastra, cleaned   up   to th,s property alone would well re-   -ident or   oversight   on   L  ��� ' *   #1     _     ��� ,  dozen  written, word   in. much   the   same  light  as   Von Jfagow   did   a certain  "scrap   of paper."    The  entire list  is now under revision, and it is proposed to  publish   in  detail   a list of  the money subscribed  since   the inception  ofthe fund:    In the meantime   the   city   clerk, whd   is  about  j tired    of  the   long   finger   syste���  discussed    was  ^the  stantial fact, of Arthur n , i" i '     L�� i- r    ' "_  V Up '" the stores�� whilefl presided and  on the old Bend ^TL >   ?T  C��UVe;.CaP,ta,'sts-     But ��he  Bridge , the pattern of the socks were almoJchief   matter  CnrnnJl ���:d. 0r' "��� P^t of the   ��", ver district, from where  the   Cad- U every  particular  the same,     wdtminin-nf r  Coronation mine.     No one   but Mr  Noel    knows    even    approximately  what   he   took   out   in   the year he  worked, but as he presented   to   his  friends at least ten thousand dollars  worth of specimen  quartz���said  by  -  the authorities of  tbe   South   Ken  smgton Mustum of Natural History  to be amongst the finest known free  milling   quartz���the   amount   must  have   been   considerable.^ Today a  motor truck ii^agking.heavy machinery to   the^j-jWker,  mine.     C. L.  Copp,   the   meager,   instructed by  the   owners,   Messrs.   A.   Williams1  and Ferguson, bf Vancouver, is in-  3taHing^^aw-n.ill,.-a  ttvenry.five'r "   One- of "thVfreak -{nJrn_teFs"ii.  ton   stamp  mill'hnd   a   compressor   Winnipeg   says     he    would    rather  plant.     The work is being rushed to   drink a bottle of red  ink than a bot  completion   before   the   snow   falls,   tie of beer,   but why in  tbe name of  and will cost   over   thirty   thousand j Elijah's '   grandmother'   should  wallader creek flows into   it   to   the  head ofthe diorite dyke is essentially  -^  a free milling gold producer.    Tour  address of the  sender,  and further,^  paralleled ledges are known   to   cut  ained notes,   such  as   the name andj  this dyke���there are probably twice  that number���and for every hundred  feet they penetrate the earth's surface. m  Messrs. Bateman and Camsell,  ofthe Dominion Geological survey,  gave their opinion that their would  be diminution in neither value or  quantity or quality as depth is gained. The Bridge River, mining district is coming into its own. ,  in every  particular  the same.     We| training of Canada's troops during,  know too, that many of  tbem con^f^he approaching winter months  William  Jones,   principal   of  the  Grand Forks  high scjiool, has been  appointed a lieutenant in the signaling corps, and   has  been  ordered to  report immediately  at Ottawa.    He  ['is an  expert   in wireless telegraphy,  and  graduated   at Hythe, England.  MK Jones   ten_ered"~'his  serv  the'militia department in May  *>s In  future, if a;* communityx  population of tOOO  produces 50vol  -Junteers   for  active'service, the   men  will be trained  in their home town.  In places   with   over 1000,   but less  than 4000   population, one hundred  recruits are necessary to qualify for  home   training.     For  a   city with a  that some of the notes were insert!  ed at the time of purchase. Undelj  such circumstances it would "be th'ef  easiest th?ng;imaginabre'forla:mi_|  take to be made and'a pair of sockf  containing a.note left out 'to" betsol*  againin the ordinary course of rjusi|  ness. . .   ,   '_  _ , .. '. ' ���' ,-^3  Another-point" that' miisfnot' b��?  tost sight,"of-j'is' thV important fact]  that everyone' in British Columbia'  is not with us in this war, and wg:  must expect to hear ofevery imagi-'  j^nabJe-and-petty^schemcsetrafloa^fi  our enemies   for the  -    - -*-����  money would deposit, the amount at  the-bank at the earliest opportunity,  or leave the shekels in his care. This  is a war of money bags; wind bags  wont keep a hospital going.  B.C.'s Game Asset  Game Warden Lewis has just  completed a tour of "inspection of  the provincial government game reserve in East Kootenay. The report of the, trip . must -be' 'extremly . must De at the rate  pleasing tp^ose who^have the pre- per share annnally  servatton   of the'wild'  erame   of thUl       o__ -_i -.    ^,.  .  During the fiscal year   ending June  30 the company produced 25,746,059  pounds of copper at a cost of 10.66  cents per  pound.     Its   copper was  sold at an average   of   15.87   cents,  resulting in net earnings of $929,165.  At the end of its fiscal year Granby's  net surplus of cash and quick assets  was $3,668,087.  The year under review includes  the six months following/ the" out-  break of the European war, during  practically all of which period Granby's mine at Phoenix and'smelter at  Grand Forks were idle, and its Hidden Creek property was then preparing to begin production and in the  initial stages of its operations. The,  figures of the report, therefore, in tio  way reflect either the" company's"  current productions or earnings. At  the present' timev- Granby's profit-  I must be at the rate of $20^or\iiaore,7  extent of "the park' is enormous, and  the warden states that "he could  not imagine game to be so plentiful  as it is at present on that reserve."  During one day's trip, without any  attempt   at -hiding, he   saw   twenty  copper properties  in' existence, and1  went on record  with the  statement  that it would prove one ofthe lowest  cost producers.     .       '.._���,.-  dollars.     The   development   on   tbejpreacher find   it   necessary  to drink leven '" Phoenix, and   astounding'as  Pioneer mine not  on^/Justifies   the/either.���Creston Review.  purpose of be  liming and   nullifying   the   P*i���tic\^"~-^S��J���'  > ��\�����^   ��   "icing, ne   saw   twenty!     For lending his hunting licence to  efforts ofthe Canadian, people/   We^P"'at'on.��f^er 4000, the govern-   mounta.n   pats, one  bear  and one  another cWn�� M��� Chung of Wai.  ire. n^.r  f,-__    ���f ��u '    _ r   ,  ���    ~ / ment   requires    SOO    mpn     tn nrt*<n>n* I mmmtain   ch��n'       -ri I .-.   _r-       / ' ���>    L1    '"  are not free  ofthe  baneful influence L, . -  i>w,. ;., pi :..    _   . .. /themselves.  ���_tr  expenditure, but   )iiMPfj^j^J 111    ow  ners a handsome reWrn ontheir  in-        The.insurance paid on the lives of  vestment.      Considerable    develop- British   officers   up   to   rece  ment is being done on  the   Corona- now amounts to $14,000,000.  it may seem, the  disloyal undercurrents   have     actually   been    traced;  I without the remotest shadow ot con.  i J^\~'~'    ���"*"'   "���"���* ""I another chink, Mar Chung of Wal-  meo   to present  mountain sheep'. '  The place is alive  d<3) B.C., was fined fifty dollars and>  -    wuh common deer, while the elk apJcost*t Had   foc   us!ng.   th'e   afore^uid *~*  itinerant    ...h.Vk/Dear to have tnrfitH all ^.��/_- ^^._ **:.-  /.-  **  . ^. c-   i _i^.*��t-��, duu   lur   us>\ng   ine   atore>iiia  Trail's   Italiari contingent,   which   Pear to have spread all over the disJi;cense Mar Lou was  soaked   to the  left   on Thursday  for  Montreal,   en   trict-     Grouse were-very numerous,   same extent.  route for Italy were.given a rousing   wbile   tbe   mountain   sheep  -are   so  !_#__ 1   ' "Vt:s "' I ecture to the st I'k 1' ^"d j send-off. They were tendered a/tame that they approach quite close/ The University of B.C. opened it*  nt date Je ure' �� e *"��* un.' ey, /farewell reception on Monday and /to the railroad. Moose are multi- doors last week. There are 280  ^                I frenerally unsuspected sources.   Only!                                                  <*                          / ���i. ���  _           "      -_i /  -1-                H    . .i        j               ��                r          _     each of the sixty reservists were pie-   P-y��og veryv-apidly. on the rolls.  "h�� "*'��� ���   ~   stranger  from the I J K           Isented   with   a   wrist   watch, a giftf  Big Store  the other   day   a  coast, in   search   of  business   here  [i   expressed   his   opinion   of Canada's  patriotism hy stigmatizing its people  as a 'Mot of damned fools." But,  as  by his own admission he was a Ger-  ' man   American,    his    opinion,    iike  j that of his  dream of millions,  wont  count for very much  ���"' ���  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|e��ifecCtfornful  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  lornn, Thompson  Phone 9 and 5  Parcels For Prisoners  A   second supply  of luxuries and  much-needed  necessities   were   forwarded at  the  end  of last week by  Mrs.    W.    Delahay,     Mrs.    Thos;  Fleming, and P. Chine, to the prison  camp   in   Germany   for   the   use   of  Ed.   Hurrell, a  local boy, who with  twenty others   of the Seventh Battalion   have   been   prisoners   of war  for several  months.    Another consignment,   the    contents    of  which  were   generously  subscribed  for by  the local diamond drill employees of  Boyles  Bros.*   was also forwarded.  j Included   in   Che parcels   were suits  of  underwear,   which according  to  Hur.relfs letter appear to be greatly  needed.  froni   the   Italian   Red   Cross, while  'other suitable   presents were give  them by the  Trail   Red   Cross   and j II  Women's Auxiliary. ' II  Sir Frederick,.Donaldson,   formerly   superintendent    of   ordnance   at  Woolwich   arsenal,   and  considered  the foremost expert on  munitions in  the empire is expected  in Canada in  a few days.     Accompanying him .is  Lionel   Mickens,   the    head   of  the  great   firm   of Cammell, Laird   and  Co. ��� The object  of their mission is  to   advise  and   help  the Canadians  in the  manufacture  of heavy  shells  and guns of big calibre.  Bulgarians Turn Now  Orders are   being  sent  out to the  various officers   in   charge of the re-  igistration and the internment camps  ifI. .  * tor -alien   enemies    throughout   the  ; Dominion to   prepare   to   place Bul-  j garians under the terms of the regu-  ! latiou dealing with   those   of enemy  j nations.      Every effort will be made  to   prevent   such   men   leaving   the  country  so that   no   reservists   m.iy  have  an opportunity  to  get  away.  There   are   upwards   of 25,000 Bulgarians in Canada.      Inquiries made  locally,   however,    reveal     the   fact  that there* are   none   of that nationality residing in this locality. j  Copper  Copper is strong and  the maiket  continues quite active.    ,Lake is 18  to 18^ cents and electrolytic -is   18  to lS^ cents a   pound.     According  to all information obtainable the aggregate of the sales made during the  past two weeks has been sufficiently  large to absorb practically all of the  stocks    of   ready-to-market   copper  that producers were carrying.     The  market, therefore, is again in a thoroughly healthy and normal condition.  ���Boston Commercial.  Quality  Laugh, and the world laughs with  you, weep and you weep alone.  Granby Shipments  The following are the monthly  shipping figures from the local  Granby mine to the Grand Forks  smelter: tons  January    42,211  February    63,091  March   .    69,948  April    85.3S2  May    100,693  June 103,004  July 101,058  August 103,062  September     93,245  Total    761,694  Our New and Up-To-Date Premises Located  on First Street, Opposite the Queen's Hotel  We have just receive, 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.  pecial, Today:  Hubbard Squash, 2   c. per lb.  Pumpkin, 2   c. per lb.  Okanagan Celery, 2 Bbs. 25c.  We have just received a shipment of Fancy  Pears���$2.50 per box.  ���VJ:  %  i  ��Un_16S  _c  =,_-.  ___!���__  "-'Ib*;~^lw^^^^ #;���  mt-  *5-f7'7!('  mm  gffiv57'777 7::::��������� ���  |fel^��!77'7.'  ME   PIONEER,    PHOENIX,    B&iTlSH   COLtTMBlA.  READ  LABEL  5^ MAGIC  IE_bbuu_B_u_3_��si_l____  !___-_  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  ISSUED  WEEKLY  at Prtos.vtx, British Columbia  Subscription, 2.00 per year  2.50 to United States.  G. Kay, Publisher.  ADYKRTISIXG SCAX.K  Application for Liquor Licence (30days) ..��5.00  Application for Transfer of Licence ...... $7.50  Certificate of Improvement (00days)       910.00  Application to Purchase Land notices (80 days)   $10.00  Delinquent Co-0 vvnor*shij> notices 90 days $25.00  Duplicate Certificate of TiUo notices. SS.00  C.irds of Thanks. iOconU.  Ail other legal advertisinsr, i'i cents a lino,  slnfrle column, for tho first insertion; and 8  cents a line for each subsequent insertion, nonpareil measurement.  Impressions  41 By his arrogant boorishness and  cruelty," writes Henri Ferrer in the  Toronto Sunday Globe, "you may  know the German, that is not only  a   universal  opinion   outside of the  I Fatherland, but the sorrowful admission of heroes of the German  race like Luther. It might not be  difficult to make a formidable collection of hostile criticism of any peo.  pie, but it would be impossible in  the case of any others to find such  unanimity in condemnation as is  shown in the series of opinions herewith given": 7  "Jn   drawing a   picture  of Ger-  repre  No matter how or what they protest;  Naught is the parchment they give  thee.  Though it be as   large as thy cloak  And though they set a seal on it  As big as the brim of the moon,  Spite of all, it lacks all virtus.  Confound them, Jesus Christ.  ���Old Hungarian Song.  . :������    ���      ���������  . 7*:-."';:-F6rd'; "������'':-���.���'  mas  A citizen of Detroit named Ford,  who has acquired a large fortune by  attempting to displace the trolley  car as the poor man's carriage, has  announced his intention of spending  $10,000,000 to prevent the United  States.from  preparing for defence  Display ads $1.00 per inch, single  column, per month. Transient ads.  50c. per inch, per issue; subsequent insertions, 35c. per inch."  many as   she is,   one   should  sent her in the form of a sow.     We  Germans are Germans, and Germans  we   will    remain���that  is   to   say,  pigs and brutish  animals. "-^-Martin  Luther. , . ...  *   , much   attention   would   be   paid  to  The Germans are boastful, chdl-j Ford if he nad not attached a $10,  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  ; MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories and in a portion of the  Province of British Columbia, may be  leased for a term of twenty-one years  at an annual rental of $1 an aore. Not  more than 2,660 acres will be leased to  one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made'  by the applicant in person to the  Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in  which the rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and   in   unstor  The Strathcoim Hotel  NELSON, B.C.  Steam Heated Throughout  The Finest Accommodation for  the Travelling: Public.  DINING ROOM    SERVICE  UNEXCELLED.      .  against armed foreign aggression     .������..���.������_ _  ���, ���������   .������..������.-  How much license does  the   pos-  veyed territory the tract, applied for  session of wealth give a man to pose  Nine Well-Lighted  Sam plerooms.  Phone 12  JAS.  MARSHALL, PROP.  as the   highest   authority   on   every  question   under   the sun, and , how  If, as appears to be the case, the  government are contemplating the  establishment of small training garrisons throughput the country for  the" winter, they might go farther  and fare worse if they overlooked  the claims of our sister city of Grand  " Forks.  eric and drunken."���Montaigne  Nerissa: "How like you the young  German?"  Portia: "Very vilely in the morning, when he i.s sober.v and most  vilely in the afternoon, when he is  drunk; when he is best, he is a little  worse than^ a man; and when he is  worst, he is little better than a  beast."���The Merchant of Venice.  "Of the intolerable insolence of  the Prussians here in Belgium I  have heard but too many proofs.  That abominable old Frederic made  them a military nation' and this is  the inevitable consequence."���The  poet, Southey, immediately afrer the  battle of Waterloo.  "I can assure you; that from the  general of the Germans, down to the  smallest drurrtboy in their legion,  the earth never groaned with such a  set of murdering infamous villains.  They murdered, robbed and illtreat-  ed the peasantry . wherever- they  went."���General Sir William Napier,  000,000 tail to his kite?  Why does Ford have a barricade  around   his   plant   with   gates   and  bolts?    When   that   army  of  men  moved on his factory looking for $5  per day, why did he greet them with  the fire department and  streams of  water?    Is there  any  more   reason  why Ford   should   keep   that horde  out of his plant than that the United  States should be ready to protect itself against similar invasion by those  who are not looking for a chauce to  earn an honest living but to plunder  and lay waste?  military  historian   of   Wellington's  campaigns. *,-   v  "Of  all the nations   the German  lies with the   most scrupulosity and  They already have a company there and (here seems to be no,  reason why (hat number coutd notldeta,'���"���Thos- Carlyie  be increased to at least halfa'bat-J "We in'Hanover hate the Prus  talion. The climate is infinitely sup-jsians' but ->nce 1866 we cannot help  erior to that of Vancouver, and in j ourselves. "I am an "bid man and  the matter of supplies on the ground, I wont see   '*��� but some,.of you will  Ford will have no difficulty in getting rid of his $10,000,000, if he is  really in earnest, but the class of  men who will take it from him have  no power to accomplish what he ostensibly desires.  The visit of Byran to Ford may.  be significant. - Both have been mentioned as candidates for the presidential nomination in 1916. That  $10,000,000 would make a sizable  campaign fund and would accomplish just as much good as such, as  it will if devoted to the purpose out.  lined by Ford.  Why not - Bryan and Ford on a  platform of "Walk in and help yourself?"���Boston Commercial.-  the fine ranches of Grand Forks ^dis  trict could feed an-army cheaper  than any locality in the west. At a  measure of precaution, loo, against  the ever .possible and unwelcome  attention of hyphenated cranks, the  establishment of an increased military force in the Boundary would be  a.^politic move in the Dominion's  scheme of home defence.  Why all this talk of an impending  provincial election? Such, reports of  an appeal to the country certainly  do not emanate from government  circles. -, How can they when the  McBride'; administration is entitled  hy the statutes to sit for another  two sessions. This is no doubt the  reason why the premier only recently told a Liberal press representative  that he bad not even "given the sub  ject of an election a thought,'7and  should he?    ���  ' Several of the three hundred Irish  passengers on the liner New York,  which arrived from Queenstown on  .October 7th, -stated that agents of  Germany had given them $100 and  free'passage to the States for leaving  Ireland.  The  recent Franco-British war  Ipan simply means that the Ameri-  q;m financial magnates have bet  iivp hundred million dollars that the  Etjtente powers are going to win.  :iliiiiiR  '������>C*:'"Vi*tetfLM  MINTleOVERED  ;:;7777i;-'CH_vyiW^  -Refreshi  Ternpti  <��.fylcl<_t.$  _N��PJA--i*7  live to see the.day when Prussia will  prove the ruin of Germany.".���Captain   Mellfsh,  a Hanoverian officer,  on revisiting his native land in 1879  Blessing is only for the meek and  merciful; and a German  cannot be  either; he does  not understand even  i ��� ^  the meaning of the words. In that  is7the intense irreconcilable difference between the French and German natures. A Frenchman is selfish only when he is vile and lustful,  but a German selfish in the purest  state of virtue and morality. A  Frenchman, is arrogant only in ignorance, but no quantity of learning  ever makes a German modest."���  Ruskin.  "By far the greatest excitement  and pride exists in Germany among  the professors, doctors and students  ���they are extraordinarily arrogant.  A very influential scholar with silver-  white hair "loudly exclaimed the  other day; 'Paris must be bombarded.' ...- So that is the outcome of their  learning. If not of their learning  then of their stupidity. They may  be very scholarly, but they are  frightfully- limited."Dostoevsky, the  famous Russian novelist, writing in  the year 1870.  ,**'I have great misgivings about  this philosophic, Christian military  despotism, this medley of beer, deceit and sand. Repulsive, deeply  repulsive, to me was ever this Prussia, this pedantic, hypocritical, sanctimonious Prussia."���Heine, one of  Germany's greatest poets.  ! 'Militarism in Germany is producing a sort of barbarian courage,  dead,to all tbe highest instincts of  men."*���George Meredith. -  .  ''Have they not re-established the  right of confiscation and conquest  in order to rob and despoil the van  quisbed without scruple? How is  that brought about? Instead of being taught the love of humanity,  liberty and justice, their heads are  filled with ideas of vengeance, rapine  and dominion. Sooner or later,  Europe will hunt them down like a  pack of wolves."���Erckmann Chat-  rian, in 1872.  Magyar trusfnot the Germans,  Pi   I       I"   ^^  5    I_k, in   taiassf  You w_l find relief fti 2fam-B* f  shall be staked out by the applicant  himself.  Each application must bo accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. !. A royalty shall be puid 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 fer the full quantity of  merchantable ceal mined and pay the  royalty 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 rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at'the rate of $10.00 an aere.  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.  ���30600.  Shoes that Fit!  We make a specialty of Miners'  Shoes; good fit, nice shape, and  nothing but the best of stock used  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  NieiC PALORCIA,  Knob Hill Ave.        Phoenix, B.C.  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Simplicity, strength, ease of operation  and visibility are the corner-stones  of its towering supremacy in  Correspondence  Oard-Indeu Work  Tabulated Reports  Follow-up Systems  IManlfoldlnfp-Service  Addressing Envelopes  Working on Ruled Forms  Cutting Mimeograph Stencils  The Balance Shift  The Ruling Device  The Automatic Spacer  The Automatic Tabulator  The Disappearing Indicator  The Adjustable Paper-Fingers  Scientific Oondensed Keyboard  Can you spend 17 Cents a Day to  better advantage than in the purchase of this,wonderful machine ?  For further information call or write  G. KAY, Agent, Phoenix  IfhecannoMappIr th* '  MARVEL��cc��pt ao.ottler,  bat lend map far iuuntnteil  book���tcmled. .It rive< full turtle*  uUrsand dlToctions laraluable to Udles.  WINDSOR SOr��P_Y CO.,  WUmUm*. Col. Central Agtmtl.  Every Woman  1       Is interested and should know  ���bout the wonderful  MARVEL Whirling Spray  The new V��8*ib_ Syring*.   Oct  -Most convenient.   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Parry, covering North  West-j of Section 5, and N.E.   k 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 coveting the above lands to Ida  B. Parry, unless in the meantime I shall  recei/e valid objection thereto in  w:it-  i.'ig.  Da>ed at the Land Registry Off. e,  Kamioops, B.C., this 5th day of A g-  ust, 1015.  C. H. DUNBAR, District Registrar.  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  an advertisement in its  columns_ is certain of  .quick and profitable results. '  In the matter of all  things pertaining to the-  progress of the district it  is a reliable and trustworthy authority. 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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 vig-orous Stock,  handled iri a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  manner Separated Cream insures purity and  quality. -     The Dairy produces both.  THE DAIRY        J. W. Han nam, Prop.  Smoked Meats I Produce  TO  We wish to draw the attention' of the g-eneral  public to the fact  that we are always in a position to supply you with a high grade of  Creamery Butter, -Egrgrs, Lard,  Hams and Bacon,  *  and our Refrigerator facilities for keeping  these goods  pure and  sweet, means a lot to you.  Our Smoked Meats  are produced from Government Inspected grain fed Hogs, and are  -       therefore CHOICE NO. ��� 1. Our Prices are inline.  P.  BURNS & CO.,  LTD.  I  , Lord Leith, himself a former nav=  al lieutenant, has converted the  beautiful flower gardens around his  castle into vegetable patches for the  use of the British fleet.  1  '*��� A prominent official of the Bank  of France says that the results of the  economic pressure on Germany is  becoming more and more apparent.  Every effort is being made to keep  the facts from leaking out.  Major Ross Hume stated a few  days ago that no more applications  for admission to the Royal Flying  corps will be considered. A new  scheme of training candidates is to  be tried shortly.-' v  The Imparial Challenge shield has  been won by the cadets of the Royal  Marines at Deal, - England. This  year 340 teams competed, among  them being,a team from the University School-of Victoria, B.C., which  captured 37th place.  The men ofthe Signal Hill battery  at Esquimault were engaged in  target practice last week with"the  9.2 guns. The target measured  six feet square and the range was  about five miles. The shooting is  reported to have been very good.  Last week the B.C. Gazette con;  tains the announcement, that Freeman Davis had been found guilty of  professional misconduct and had  been disbarred, disqualified, and  .struck off the roll as a barrister.  The complainant in the case was  Etola Lewis, and Harding made no  appearance or answer to it.  There is at least one man among  the Turks who realizes what the  war means to Turkey. Speaking to  a neutral'he despairingly said, "We  are on the downward path. I see  where we are going. But who on  earth can deliver us; who has the  power to utter a word against superstition and live.to tell the tale?"  Sir Chas. Wakefield, who in November will take the oath of office as  Lord Mayor of London, is the third  native of Lancashire to hold the  office in succession, and strangely  enough he will be succeeded next  year by another Lancastrian. The  salary is fifty thousand dollars a  year with a residence.  Messrs. F. A. Thompson and D,  J. Edelman, two prominent New  York  aviators,   recently  arrived  in  Victoria with   the  avowed  intentioni    iyreets   evel.y   Monday  Evening  at/  of offering their services to the Can-1 Oddfellows' Hall.    Visiting brethren j  adian government.   Sir Richard Mc-jc r '    y Inv       ' 7  o ���_    ���_ -j   *       ir    j -u       I    Our .-hall is for rent for dances, social  Bride   has promised  to afford them I eVeriings, etc. '  Boundary Distriot of British Columbia  RICH   IN  MINERAL,   AGRICULTURAL AND   LUMBERING  POSSIBILITIES���  A MOST PROMISING FIELD FOR THE INVESTOR.  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,1 copper, iron and  other valuable ores, while in a few localities there  are more than surface indications  of the presence of coal.  i        ���.  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  ,Mby 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, te-  ., 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'pf 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^prpvince the motorists paradise, millions having been  "spent on the construction of government roads.  No localityis better served  with railroads  than  the  Boundary district.      At  present this section is served by two of the greatest systems on the continent, the  C. P. R. and Great Northern.companies, while within a few months the route to the  Pacific coast  will  be commercially curtailed  by the opening of the new K. V. V.  branch ofthe former.  i. o. o. f:,  Snowshoe Lottge  No. 46  Victor Records  (_^c^V^gB_a_u_r__JIg_ri_:  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.  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--in fact, anything- in PRINTING, phone 14  and we will  sho w y o u  samples : : :  THE PIONEER  The No  f  is the only Typewriter today that :.upplies real comfort automatically to the Operator���ad?, oted for Doctors, Druggists, Merchants,  and in fact it is essential to every business concern in B. C.  every assistence -towards  attaining  their object.  A pair of socks, donated by a  lady in Victoria, B.C., have been  acknowledged by a soldier of the  Australian army who is serving iri  the Dardenelles operations. They  ivere given to him by a nurse on an  Egyptian hospital train. Strange to  relate,' the soldier was formerly on  one of Uncle Sam's revenue cutters  and knew Vancouver and Victoria  very well.  The extreme  age of the Emperor  of Austria, and the question of succession, are  causing  great  anxiety  in Vienna.     The  heir   to the throne  is the  Archduke  Charles, a nephew  of     the   victim     of    the   Sarajevo  tragedy, and his wife is a daughter  of the   Duke   of  Parma.    Both the  father and grandfather *of Austria's  future   empress   were   adjudged insane,   and   of her nineteen brothers  and sisters,  eighteen were imbecile.  During   an   inquiry by  a  marine  court at  Copenhagen   into  the   torpedoing    of    the   Danish   steamer  Froude by a   German submarine  in  the North sea, the crew of the vessel stated   that   in   their opinion the  loss   of the   vessel   was   due   to   a  German sailor  who after producing  false    papers     was   signed    on    at  Buenos Ayres.      The  man  claimed  Norwegian nationality.     As soon as  the vessel was  stopped   by  the submarine, the  man   declared he was a  German and was taken on board the  plunger,   which  afterwards   fired   a  torpedo.    The crew presumed  that  this   was   in   revenge   for their  unfriendly comments  on the Germans  which they  uttered  in   the presence  of the supposed  Norwegian.    Two  of the  crew  were  killed  by  the explosion.  Adam Bloomfield, Noble Grand, j  Thos. Lloyd, Fin. Secy.  Mark Rukin, Rec. Secy.  Daughters of Rebekah  Phoenix Lodee No. 17  Meats in the Oddfellows'Hall,  First and Third Wednesdays.  Mrs. Christine Elmgren, Noble Grand.  Mrs. !_.my A. Cook, Secretary.  K. of P. Lodge,  $o. 28  Phoenix,  B.C.  Meets Tuesday Evening at 7.30.  Sojourning brothers eordially welcomed.  Chas. Davidson, C. C.  O. H. Knight, K.pfR.S.  PYTHIAN SISTERS  Mountain Temple (Lodge No. 17  Moots In Pythian Hall, Lower Town  Second and Fourth Thursday*.  Mrs. Wm. Wilts,  M.E.C.  Mrs. H.Tilton.  M.R.C.  We have a nice selection of these  goods in stock, and will get any  numbers you like promptly, either  in Victor or Columbia Goods.  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  Bagpipe  Records,  Vocal  Duets, etc.    We are always pleased to play these for you.  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES  Phoenix Aerie No. 158  Meets in the Oddfellows' Hall, Friday  Evenings, at 8 p.m.  Visiting brothers arc always welcome.  Kiciiaud Br.UNorci.L, W. P.  T. B. C.lakke, W. Secy.  E. A. Black, Jeweler  Agent for Victor Phonographs and Records  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders.    Phone A56.  James G. McKeown  Don'! merely smother your cough  dfl'Tfl-!"'   FT Malhieu's Syrup of Tar and Cod Liver Oil not only  8   9 liC i4     i I promptly arrests coughing, but thanks to its tonic and  \j^JBMtU   J-JE strengthening properties it helps the system to throw off  the cold and thus effects a permanent cure.   It is this quality which has won for  it the largest sale of any cough and cold remedy in Canada.  jjc. large bottles, everywhere.  If your colli 1* feverish MiUhteu'n Nervine rnwilcn*, tbe wntwlnful heAdaehe enr*, wfn  promptly 'tlsprl the fever u*<J ch���le U*e p_a from boM. bock and Umbo. Box of 19  Powderi. 35c  ���*?**���"'  ��i' ��� fi  ?**. ;T _HS*  _K i    '  I  p-*<  ���r  f ,.  *i  5='  -IR  \  --<;  -.>*  ^  *&  ffHE   PIONEEB,    PHOEKIX,   imiTlSH   COLIJWBIA,  The  Queen's  Local and General  Our Dining Room is now open to  the Public, with a first-class  night and day service.  Phone us for Box Supper Parties  TOM F. OXLEY  PROP,  A  The Lake Studio  OF GRAND FORKS--PHCEIMIX BRANCH  ? Will be Here on  OCTOBER 29th, 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.  Jos. Miller went over to Spokane  on Thursday.  Mr. arid Mrs. Street left town last  Monday for Spokane.  F.   P.   Cook, merchant -at'Coal-,  mont, paid a   visit   to  the   city this  .week. ,.- ^.  Born���At Phoenix, on October  12th, to Mr. and Mrs. Dombo, a  daughter.   ������   . ;   77  Born���At Phoenix, on October  14th, to Mr. and Mrs.- Wm. Campbell, a son. 7    7 *7  Born���At Phoenix, on October  15th, to Mr. and Mrs. PeteTurano,  a daughter.     . ';'���'"''.  Miss Annie Backland arrived in  town on Thursday from Spokane on  a visit to friends. '7  Born���At Grand Forks,.on Saturday, October 9th, to Mr. and  Mrs. F. J. Lake, a daughter, y  Mrs. D. Lynch, who spent the  past week'with her daughter, Mrsr.  VV. Biner, left for Spokane, Monday.  Miss Hall, of Brandon, Man.,  niece of.Mrs. N. J. Carson, arrived  in town during the week on a visit  to her aunt.  ballroom and the excellent arrangements made by the members, proved  a combination hard to beat. Dur*"  trig the evening, Wm. Bradford!  Marks, the pbpular dancing teacher,  assisted by. one of his pupils, Miss  Kathleen Carson, featured-.a couple  pf.the newest dances.  If our Canadian Tommy Atkins  has to rely on this locality for the"  source of his smoking materials, ;We  must not be surprised to learn that  hejs shaving slices from his razor  strop. Twenty-five cents will supply him with fifty cigarettes and a  quarter pound of tobaqco. Does he  deserve it, or not? There are two  local lists; one at this/office and the  other at the bank. We acknowledge  the receipt of the fallowing: R. K  Fuller, $1, and G. K%y, $1.  GRAFANOLAS  $20 to $200  AH jhe very Latest Song Hits always, on Hand  T. S QUANCJ&  PHOENIX, B. JO.  The Babine District  Will Be Here from Oct. 29th to 31st inclusive,  and from Nov. 12th to 14th.  NOTICE TO'CONTRACTORS.  PHOENIX BAKERY  ���      W. WILLIAMS, PROP.  Doughnuts  MIDWA.Y SCHOOL.  ":SBA_,T_D TEJNDTSRS,  superscribed I  "Tender for Midway School," will be  received by the Honourable the Minister of Public Works up to 12 o'clock  noon on Tuesday, the 19th day of October, 1915, for the erection and   completion   of a. Jarge  one-room' school- j  house at Midway, in  the  Greenwood!  Electoral District. j  Plans, specifications,   contract,   and  'forms of tender may  be seen on  and  after the 27th day of September, 1915,  at the office of W. It.  Dewdney, Gov- J  eminent Agont,   Greenwood:  R.   D.  Ker, Secretary of School Board, Midway,  B.C.;   and  the Department   of  Public Works, Victoria.  ' By application to the undersigned,  contractors may obtain a copy of the  plans'and specifications for the sum of  ten dollars ($10) or.a certified cheque,  ^vhicH 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  aitsuin equal to 20 per cent, of tender,  wjiich shall be  forfeited if the party  tendering decline  to enter  iuto contract when called upon to do so, or if  he fail to complete the work contracted for.   The cheques or certificates of  deposits of unsuccessful tenderers will  be returned to them upon  the execution of the contract.  ^Tenders will not be considered unless  iriade out on the forms supplied, signed  with the actual signature of the tenderer, "and enclosed   in ��he  envelopes  furnished.  i The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  ': J. E. GRIFFITH,  >  Deputy Minister and Public Works  Engineer.  - Public Works Department.  Victoria; B.C., Sept. 24th, 1915.     se30  Madeira  Cake,  Lunch Cake for Sunday use  II      delivered on order every Sat  urday.   Give us a triakorder,  CAKES MADE TO ORDER AT  MOST REASONABLE RATES  TELEPHONE 53  a jf Church Services f  C. W. Clark left town on Wednesday to pay a short visit tq.Jiis  father and' mother, who reside at,  Killarney, Manitoba. ;',-.���  Lunch   cake,   Madeira   cake and  doughnuts for Sunday's  table,   de-,  livered   on    order   every   Saturday.  Phone 53, Phoenix Bakery.;'7->?''-j.'  Miss Jessie Mackenzie arrived in  town on Wednesday from Vancouver on  a visit   to   her ,* parents,'Mf.1  and Mrs. D. W. Mackenzie.  i ��� ������*  Mr. and Mrs. W. "j. Vradenburg  have taken up "their residence on  Brooklyn avenue. Mr. Vradenburg  is the -conductor in charge of the  local Great Northern passenger.  Thos. Russell has opened his new  cigar and tobacco establishment  next door to the drug store. The  premises are fitted up with a fine  pool table and Thomas invites his  I many friends to remember htm with  . II an early call.  T Owing to the 10th coming on a  Sunday, and the following day being a bank holiday, the employees  of the Granby did not receive their  pay cheques until Tuesday. It was  the busiest pay day since the mine  resumed operations'.  JFor a few days of late, sBobbie  I Taylor of the Royal Billiard Parlors,  I has been  doing a  land office biz in  Recent'reports from the Babine  district where James Cronin has a  dozen'.men working on a long cross  cut tunnel, are that the work is  being prosecuted   rapidly, and  that  within the   next   three   months  the  bjg Vlein should be encountered.    In  the past, Mr. Cronin has   done considerable development work and the  showing was so encouraging that he  felt justified in this further expenditure.    The tunnel will tap the ore at  considerable depth and the condition  of   the   ore"   there   will   determine  whether or not the property is worthy  tlie big expenditure that   has   been  planned for it.    All indications up to J  the present are that it will be one of  the biggest'silver-lead producers  in  the province.    The success of Cron-  in's property will mean a great deal  to the whole   Babine  district, as it  will be operated  on   a   large  scale.  There   are   also   a   number of other  very   promising   properties   in   the  same district.���Omineca Herald.  Extra Municipal Wholesale  -  Liquor Licence  NOTICE.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that  on the 25th .day of November next application will be made to the Superin-  tendent-of Provincial' Police for the  grant of an Extra Muuicipal Wholesale Licence for the sale of liquor in  .-_ -....   ���-.���   _      ��� _  and upon the premises  known as the  ���j the turkey line, and incidentally has! Phoenix Brewing Co., Ltd., Phoenix,  St.   Andrew's  Church (Presbyter. I supplied quite  a'  number of families j B.C.  ian)-Service,-Sunday, October 17th, j .w.'tn- fhe  chief item for a Thansgiy-I    Dated this 16th day of Oct., 1915.  W. BRADFORD MARKS  Teacher of Society  and  Theatrical  Dancing, Deportment and  Physical Culture.  ODDFELLOWS'  HALL  Class and Individual Instruction -  Day and Evening.  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.  English Billiards.    Pool.    Bowling Alleys  SKATING RINK FOR RENT  ', Bids will be received for the renting of the Phoenix Skating Kink,  fpr the season of 1915 16, up to  November 1st. Those wishing to  rent same niay apply for further  particuJars' to the undersigned,  GEO. W. ROGERS,.Sec.  Box 264, Phoenix, B.C.  at 11 a.m.; Sunday school at 2.  All welcome.     Rev. J. R. Munro.  St. John's Church���Tomorrow,'  Sunday, Oct. 17th: 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���-Second and fourth Sundays;  in the month: Mass at 10 a.m.;  Sunday school after mass; Evening  service at 7.30. Rev. Father Dom.;  Dorval. : ��� ' <  It is To Laugh  On account of the present overcrowded condition of thVlabor market in British Columbia, it is provided that from October 1st, 1915,  to March 31st, 1916, the landing at  any port of the province of the following classes of immigrants is pro  hibited: Artizans and laborers, skilled and unskilled.' The order is  simply a repetition and continuation  of one placed in force a year ago,  and whichhas been more honored  in the breach than in the "observance.  FOR SALE OR RENT  The Baldwin property on Spion Kop.  The.house is in good shape, and will be  bold very reasonable, and on easy  terms.  t.f. D. J. MATHESON.  */w<St*  *Var*  H&tfi,  ��V- l ;fe:7,-.,-...  J>2fi7;7-'7  ^i#l7fe:''  "ROUgtl On Rats" clears out  Rats, Mic^e, etc. Don't Die in the  House. 15c. and 25c. at Drug and  Country Stores.  A British agent has discovered !a  submarine base in the Gulf of Naup-  lia, southeast of Greece, from which  submarines which recently sank Allied transports, have received their  supplies. The discovery was report  ed to the Greek authorities, who im  mediately seized a large quantity of  petroleum and other supplies at the  base.  NOT ENOUGH CHILDREN  ever receive the proper balance of food  to sufficiently nourish both body and  brain during the growing period when  nature's demands are greater than in  mature life. This is shown in so many  paJe faces, lean bodies, frequent colds,  and lack of ambition. ���  For all such children we say with  unmistakable earnestness: They need  Scott's Emulsion, and need it now. It  possesses in concentrated form the very  food elements to enrich their blood. It  changes weakness to strength; it makes  them 6t\irdy and strong and active.  Scott & Bowtie, Toronto, Ont.  a fine  them  irig. dinner. The birds Were  lot, and the ..competition'* for  was very keen. ��'.,  The Dominion Commission df  Conservation draws attention to the  need of extreme care in fixing up  and-' relighting the winter heaters.  In Canada the month of October is  a period of ill omen for insurance  companies and municipal fire departments. Statistics show that  more people are burned to death  in October that in any five months  of the year.  Mrs. R. Wilkinson, who has been  residing since August, 1914, on the  ranch at Santa Rosa, Florida, returned to Phoenix on Monday., The  trip consumed nearly seven days.  Quite a number of local and Winnipeg people have purchased land at  Santa Rosa, and intend to embark  in the business of growing oranges,;  for which the climate and land is  eminently suited.  The time limit in which venison  may be offered for sale in British  Columbia expired at midnight on  Friday, October 15th. Up to this  week only one deer has fallen to the  rifles of local hunters, the one in  question being bagged in the vicinity of the No. Seven mine. Hunters  who were out for miles at the ber  ginning of this week all agree th'at  the animals are, still in the higher  altitudes. i -  Among the visitors in town this  week was J. A. Morrison, of the  circulation department of our con  temporary, the Nelson Daily News,  who is here booking up subscriptions  for his paper. The News has now  become a household word in the  Boundary, and is steadily and surely  supplanting the American daily that  only as late as three years ago was  practically the sole distributor of  late news in this portion of the province. ���' ���  Thi Miners' Union ��� Thankgivii g  dance, this week was largely attended, and a most enjoyable evening  was passed. The Ironsides orchestra,   the   fine   polished   floor   of the  DAN BINER,  Phoenix Brewing Co., Ltd.  RUSSEL'S CIGAR STORE  Up-To-Dat�� Line of  CIGARS, PIPES AND  TOBACCOS OF  THE  HIGHEST GRADES  First-Olass Billiard Table  Your Patronage Solicited  THOS.  RUSSELL,  PROP.  NEXT DOOR TO DRUG STORE        .  Miscellaneous    |  . Wanted���To Rent a Piano.���Address Box 294, Phoenix.  ��� For Sale���.The Mint Hotel; well  furnished rooms; always rented; a  snap for cash. For terms see Mrs.  NI. E. Puddy.  Three furnished housekeeping  rooms for rent in upper town. For  sale, household goods.���Apply Geo.  Evans, Evans Block.  ; 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'-abin; several acres slashed; $150, or nearest  0ffer#���Address letters care Pioneer.  For Sale���The well-known Cottage rooming house; the building is  well furnished, and will be sold very  cheap. See me as to terms.���M. H.  Kane, city.  For Sale���9 milk cows, 1 half-  blood Holstein bull, 4 years old, 10  calves, 10 2-year-old steers and  heifers.���Apply to Robert Brown,  Ferry, Wash., or Andrew Sater,  Greenwood, B.C.  Twenty years' experience in English, French, Swiss and American  watch repairing. Satisfaction guaranteed. Charges reasonable. Leave  orders at Union Cigar store, or the  Phoenix stage. Carl Adeneur, Greenwood.  MINERS' UNION OPERA HOUSE  SATURDAY, OCT. 16, 15  Daniel Froman presents Cecelia Loftus, in the Popular Novel and  Famous Play������  "A LADY OF QUALITY"  An Idyllic Blending  of the   Romance, Beauty  and  Daring ofthe  - Days of Knighthood���la  Motion  Pictures.  TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1 9th  "The Ticket of Leave Man"  Their Wedding Day���Biograph���Two Parts.  <i  A Jitney Elopement  ����_  -Featuring Charlie Chaplin  [In Two Parts���Essanay  General Film Service*���THURSDAY  L  Adults, I5c.  Children, 5c.  pffJB  cuts Monday's  in half.  labor  The Sunlight way is so easy  ���just note. First you soap  the garment; then roll it up  to soak. After a while you  rinse it thoroughly and the  dirt drops out like magic.  Why scrub, and rub, and  wear and tear the clothes  when the gentle strength of  Sunlight Soap will do the  work with never a hurt to  fabric or hands.  Try it  once���     " '  this   Sunlight  way.  At all grocers m  '$M$?M��:  I  IIP  111  iiij|*i$||^^ i jjfe* j^^^rfft^e*^*^^  J^'^'*t*'ij��.A.-'

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