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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Oct 24, 1914

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 4 WfiV**ma-nniHttTiV V*UB��>fl������.(Jfri-.  ���������"���^"^I^*^^  ��ltW(WWJiSaW'%&3-f;'a.'j  J'  bfc>  f��  U    ���  Vt>  V*. *Jt*V*'->a���  "l*-, u   " *"*..  %,  Hr  &*'    ^  y  ���*T,  The largest copper mines In  the Dominion are situated  *>at Phoenix. The Granby  , 'Co. employs 500 men,'and  'has a monthly pay roll of  ��� over $50,000- Two railroads  j. afford access to the city.  ������-���v-.  *si<-  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District  The Phohn-oc Pionb-bk ia  ..published in the highest  '' municipality tin Canada-���'  "Altitude, 4,800 ft, The city,  has a population of 1,600,  and i possesses first- class  hotels, opera, house, schools  |v ���MP*!  1      u    i" -:��'  ���   - -" V^���  SIXTEENTH YEAR  PHOENIX, B.C., SATURDAY, OCT. 24, 1914  NuafMtR J5  fep  :wii|  vYt Til f��   *��*fl3  Enemy's Cruisers Said To Be Very Active in the Atlantic  -�� _ _    _ . I" "��� .      _ . ** r 1 ���   I V "* l.  Wedding Bells  A* wedding  of particularly local  interest,   took  place    on   Monday,  the ,19th inst., at the Church of Our  Lady of Good  Counsel, when, the  Rev'.   Father  Don)   Dorval   solemnized the  nuptials  of Wm.   Biner,  fourth son of Mr. and  Mrs. Theo.  Biner of this city, to  Miss  Harriet  Lynch,  daughter of Mr. and  Mrs.  D.,^Lynch,   formerly   of   Phoenix.  Thelbride, charmingly attired in*a  dress of .white crepe meteor, with  veil .iii cap style, carrying "a bouquet  of white roses, entered  the church  ��� leading on  the arm  of, her father,  who* subsequently gave  her'away.  ���   She was  attended  by "Miss" Mabel  McKeown,     who * was     tastefully  dressed in a gown of white lingerie  ,   with touches of pink; her bouquet  was of pink sweet peas.. The groom  commanded the services of Kendal  Lynch, .brother of the bride, as best  man.      The  ceremony   was   semi-  choral, two solos being rendered by  Mrs. D. J. McDonald, and the organ  music,  which included  the playing  of  Mendelssohn's  wedding march,  was provided by Mrs. Albert*Biner.  The wedding breakfast was served in the dining room of the Brook,  lyn hotel, and later in \he, day the  happy couple   left    per' the  Great  Northern for Spokane and* the former home  of the  bride in Portland,  Oregon.    They.were the recipients  of many beautiful and, useful gifts  from   relatives  Hod    friends   alike.  An. interesting' and happy  incident  of the /.eventj was that^the wedduig  day^fthevbride^ coincided "with Hhe  date. vof her' parents'   marriage ,25  years*ago7/*   . ���* ���    ^   f \- <��� :y  A Ready .Response  The-appeal, of the Canadian club  of Nelson  for gifts of clothing for  the sufferers in Belgium did "not fall  on deaf ears in   Phoenix,   and   on  Monday morning the work of gathering  in  vthe   consignments   commenced in earnest.     Tuesday evening found   the  shipment  complete,  and the  following day  the parcels  were  shipped  to  Nelson,   where a  number*/of volunteers    have' been  busy for days renovating and classifying' the goods for  transport  to  their destination in England.   ,The  contribution ,cfrorn    Phoenix    was  looked after' by Mr.  and .Mrs.. In-  gram-  and   Miss  Ingram,' assisted  by Mrs. -Jas.   McKeown  and  Mrs.  Jas. Carter, to all of whom *��ihe fef-  vent  thanks  of- the  community  is  due.    According to all accounts the  contribution  from   Phoenix   was  a  very creditable display and included  clothing and footwear for young and  old of both sexes.   The total weight  of the, whole consignment was over  nine hundred pounds.  A despatch from Pekin says that a German torpedo boat destroyer  which escaped from Kiaochau was captured by British warships.  ' The fast .German cruiser Karlsruhe is reported in a despatch from  the Canary Islandsto have sunk 13 merchantmen in the Atlantic.  .The Allies and the German continue their desperate game of give  and take in West, Southwest and Northwest France, neither "side claiming a distinct advantage.  . According to the latest information a French unofficial report says  the German reinforcements' brought up have given a deal of impulse to  the enemyVoffensive. Anothes report says the advance of the Germans  on Warsaw is now turned into a precipitate retreat. The Germans and  Austrians, however, are said to be holding out south of the Vistula.  v - Violent attacks by the Germans are reported all along the line. An.  other unofficial report says the Allies have gained ground at some points,  especially north and south of the Somrrie, and near Verdun. '  The British   and French ships  in  the  Straits of Dover continue to  vigorously shell the German lines. ,  Phoenix Rink Company  Chas. M. Campbell, treasurer of  [the Phoenix Rink company, announces that he has received letters  of incorporation for the above company, which, has, now taken over  the assets of the Phoenix Exhibition and Amusement company. In  consideration of one dollar subscribed in the latter, the new com  Good Work  HIDDEN CREEK PROPERTIES  HAVE PROMISING FUTURE  President W.   H.   Nichols of the I increase  of  1,803,950  tons during  pany propose to allot one share of  the same value in the former, ind  within a day or so all those interested will be in possession of. a pircular  containing particulars cf'the proposal. All claims for allotment  must be in the treasurer's hands by  ' Two societies, ��� the Fraternal' Order of Eagles and the Miners' Union,,  have completed some very necessary:  work of r late on their burying  grounds, and the result is a real  credit to those organizations. ; The  fences have been painted, weeds  dug up and stones raked. It is now  the turn of the city government to  undertake a similar work on the  municipal cemetery, which is in a  particularly deplorable state of neglect. R. K. McCammon, who has  been improving things a little himself suggests that a --bee" be organized for  next week,  bub what-  J*$J  i^ ���"���a  November 10th,   and 'only such as I ever is decided upon should be dona  have been received up to that date  will receive attention  Reserve Officers Wanted  -There will be quite" a .-number of  gaps !��� in, .society - around * the-..Rock  Creek and Windermere-districts of  'EL C. - ��� All the officers-of the reserve  having been peremptorily ordered to  report in London.-  Call For Volunteers  A communication has been received by Capt. Kirk of the Grand"  Forks Sharpshooters, inquiring as  to the number of men in this district who were prepared to "enlist in  the new contingent now being  raised in Canada for active service.  On Friday, ,Mayor Matheson was,  aslced as to the, number available in  Phoenix, ��� ��� but was! unable'"to,state  a definite figure. He has according-  iy asked"?!the* Pioneer ^to - notify all  those desiring to enlist to hand  in their names at Once at this office.  British "'Columbia".is to raise two  battalions of infantry, with the" usu  Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelt  ing  &   Power   company  went   on  record at the  annual  stockholders'  meeting in New York with the prediction that the Hidden Creek property would develop into the lowest  cost cop'per producer in  the, world.  About a dozen  stockholders  attended the session, which  voted  to  reduce the number of directors from  14   to   13,. thereby  eliminating the  vacancy, caused, by^ the   death, of  George Mi Lujher, former president..  Otheir^ directors were re-elected.-. ���' \, "��  _, Asked,-about' dividend" Jprpsplecis ] i  PresidentV^iehols"'"saiil the .matter  was .depeodent uppn, the&war; situa-  lion, and that if war continued for  y *  any length of time very few copper  rnining companies would be able to  continue on dividend basis."  There is less cdpper in the world  the year. In addition there is an  estimated tonnage of 8,589,500 tons  of .6 per cent ore, much of which  carries from 1 per cent to 1^ per  cent copper.  The Midas, near Valdez, Mamie  at Madley and Dean mine on Prince  of Wales" island, .Alaska, have been  purchased during the year, while an  optioo  near  No Room For Doubt  The many local parties who threw  considerable doubt on the Pioneer's  statement some weeks ago, to the  effect that a couple of grizzlies had  been sighted a short distance from  the town, may have their doubts  rudely dispelled by a visit to the  home of Scott Mcl^ae, the well-  known trapper and taxidermist of  Deadwood, who is engaged in preparing  the  hide  of the  big brute  m&  quickly, for as it stands the con.  dition of the graveyard is anything  but a credit to the community.  ������ "��V .  The Belgium Fund  As stated in our last issue, the  Pioneer, on behalf of the Belgian  consul in Vancouver, will be pleased  to receive subscriptions towards the  fund now being raised for tbe sorely tried people of the above country.  Donations, however small, will be  gratefully received and promptly,  acknowledged in the columns of .thia^ - [  paper.      The, provincial  committee"  air-ten per cent addition, in aU\22S0\now than ^'^e y^rs," be'said. If  men,' but as there<*are already,many,I hr,,, ��fi-r#. Jc !<>���� hnimr ns��f. Who-n 12  It2bean, 5,000;v total,* 23,"10i;075.  ; ���* The ^Phoenix ~ recovery   averages  17 pounds  copper, .033  ounces of  gold and .2 ounces of silver.    Any  ox, averages   18,151,000 tons of 1  per cent copper or  down into the valley  Work At The Jewel Mine  The energetic management of the j usual  'many  transports has  seriously  interfered  with the Atlantic service of all Can--  adian lines,   but in   a   few days the  schedule    will    be   resumed.  w--.  s .--.,. ' - - j ������ -��-�� .��.<~��.�� ^^-���, ~~ ���.v,. , ^.. v*,. Wj,K�� v. 9,563,000 tons of/Jrew-**', min��, -near Greenwood, are The passenger rates on-all ��� corn-  men," but as there are already ,rn-Anyl ������|ut there is less being used. When J 2.2 percent copper, while gold and] aovr proceeding 'with' tbe opening jpanies' shipssailing to and from the  times that amount clamoring to go,'I the war   ciouds   roll, ovej- I   believe/silver   will   total   30   cents    a   ton.   UP  of a   soO-feet   level.     All other I St.   Lawrence'have  been  increased"  the  chances   for anyone   being ac- j there will be a heavy demand for the / Mininjgr,cost will average $1   a   ton, /Pbases   ���         �� .-      ���  cepted-from Phoenix are,  to say the   metal, and for a while at least there [against 80 cents for Phoenix.   Midas / Proceeding  smoothly  and * yielding  second-class  lca��t. nxtremelv remote. '      I ...:n _^t u�� �������,,A  tn  ��*�����   *mt,nA "   ore* averages^ per cent copper,   rv;*:/excellent r��suits. . 1 class  least, extremely remote.  will not be enough to go  around  Stockholders voted approval of issuance of $960,000 series A convertible  6 per cent bonds, made to take care  of an   equal  amount of unsecured  loans which fell due last year.    Half  of bonds were taken by the American  Metal company and   the   remainder  by individuals-interested in the company's development.  For the fiscal year ended June 30  Granby company reported:  ���''���������';���:���'������-"���:> 1S14     '��� --1018''"'  Gross sales .._.���...���$4,r504,786   $4,782,691  Net-.���..,.._.������.���^.     822,071     1,214,699  Dividends..:-......:.     898,900       449,955  Fixed charges......      182,519 80,685  Depreciation      ..���....���   . 829  Surplus.........def.     460,348        683,149  Total surplus $2,738,922  $3,199,270  Cost per pound of,copper after  deducting value of gold and silver,  was 11.5 cents, against 10.6 cents  in 1912-13 and 11.1c. in  1911-12.  Granby sold 23,320,097 pounds of  copper at an average price of 14.58  cents a pound; 335,275 ounces of  silver at 57.74 cents an ounce, and  43,882 ounces of gold "at $20. It  cost the company 11 }�� cents to produce its copper, after crediting precious metal recoveries. On June 30  the company had $1,375,794 in cash  and copper.  The Snowshoe mine added 140,-  000 tons to reserves, while drilling  and other development work increased this by 142,684 tons. At  Phoenix there were 4,691,531 tons  of developed ore at the fiscal year-  end. The Grand Forks smelter  smelted 1,225,745 tons of ore, yielding 21,181,000 pounds of copper,  407,560 ounces of silver and 43,232  ounces of gold. The smelting and  converting cost was $1.28 a ton;  the operating mine cost of ore shipped was 80 cents.  General Manager Sylvester gives  the Hidden Creek property 9^563,50)  tons of 2.2 per  cent, copper ore, aa  065  ounces'gold and .46 ounces silver.  This can be mined and delivered for  $2 a ton. The Mamie will average  2^ per cent copper, and 25 to 50  cents gold and silver. It ore should  run $15 to $20 a ton.  Granby has divided its properties  into four operating units���southeastern British Columbia, British Columbia coast, southwest Alaska from  Skaigway west, and southern Alaska  Each district will have a local superintendent.  The Anyqx smelter, the new plant  at Hidden Creek, should be able to  produce 2,400,000 pounds of copper  monthly,, according to management  plans, or-at the rate of 28,800,000  pounds a year. This statement was  made by President Nichols to stockholders at their annual meeting.  There has been spent on new construction about $3,000,000, and  while this work has been ended, a  reverberatory furnance may be added  to the Anyox smelter.  The policy of expansion, adopted  several years ago, will be continued.  In addition to acquisition of the  Midas, Mamie and Dean mines, and  the working option on the It mine,  near the Dean, the company has  .other properties under examination,  some of which are expected to develop satisfactorily.  The Anyox investment now stands  at $2,888,737, against $2,038,186  on June 30, 1913. The mines lately  purchased and now under development cost the company $468,135.  up  of a   SOO-feet   level.     All other I St.   Lawrence' have  been  increased"  of work   underground   are j$10.00     for   first-class,    $5.00   for  and   $2.50   for   third  excellent results.  >     <"* w'  m  ac  1  Powder for Granby  The steamship Cascade, one of  the fleet of the Giant Powder Co.,  of Victoria, docked at the Gre; t  Northern Railroad company's wharf  at New Westminster, on Monday  with a cargo of dynamite for the  Granby company's mines at Phoenix,  'Phone 56  P. O. Box 309  The Little Store  First Street. McKay & Knight, Props.  $5.00 Purchase  The following list of Goods can be Purchased at our  Store for $5,08.  1 Sack of Flour  20 lbs. Sugar  1 Package Currants  1 " Raisins  1 " Matches  1 lb. Tea;   E Sack Salt  All the rest of the Goods in our Store are  reduced in Price for Cash.  *-N  >/������  ac  ac  ac  ac  at:  ac=ae WmtiK  11 "* ���,  A'  j?''.. "  til i' *���      r  Mfi   PIONEEB,   PHOENIX,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  MO ALUM  '^rfTv^a^eo  ���MTB*>Olj THI  PSA',  JPM1  U  V '  ^WHITEST. Il6t-ffj.  klNS NO-  fa  THE, PHOENIX PIONEER  ISSUED  WEEKLY  <vr Phobnus:, British* Columbia  Subscription, 2.00 per year  f     2.50 to United States.  G. Kay, Publisher,  ItV.',.  c <r ���)-  ,'W  r > j ������  ���- 'V  .< .  ��� <,.'*;����� ">���.��,*;  |,,7'*it,��i.v,','r.  .   .'     '        ADVERTISING SOALK  ��� Application for-Liquor L-lconco (110 linya) ..96,00  Aprlleation for Transfor ot Liconco $7.60 >  Certlflontd|Of Improvomofit nolloo (0Q(iays)>7.60  Application to Purchase Lund notices (00 days)  ''   -    ���:....:..' ' '..$7.so  ,  Delinquent Co-o\vnor notices (90 days) .<, .f 10.00  Small Water Notlcos ,(80 dnys) $7.60  * Delinquent Co-Ownorehlp hoticos 00 days 825.00  Duplicate Cortiflcate ot Title notices...... $8.00  Cards or Thanks, 60 conts. t ,  All other legal advertising, 12 oontea line,  single oolumn/'-for the first insertion; and 8  " cents a lino for each subsequent insortion, non-  ' parell measurement.  ���^Display ads $1.00/per inch,   single  column,"  per month.   Transient  ads.  6Qc. per inch, per issue; subsequent in-  ser jions, 85c. per inch.  the false  glamor   of a  philosophj  which the Germans themselves have  thrust aside.-   The   Kaiser arid  his  people are alike responsible  for the  acts of their government and their  troops, and there can be no'deferen-  tiation when the  day  of reckoning  comes.   The Kaiser could stop-these  things   with   a   wprd.    ��� Instead   he  pronounces impious benedictions upon tliem.       Daily he appeals for the  blessing'of God   upon the dreadful  deeds which are staining the face of  Western  Europe���-the ravaged villages,  the  hapless  non-combatants  Hanged or shot, the women and chil-  dicn  dragged  from   their  beds by  cowards  and made  to-^walk  before  them  under   fire,  all  the   infamies  which have'eternally disgraced German 'valor.'    We are no longer dependable  upon   hearsay   for   these  stories.    Our own 'men are bringing  them back from the front.     We get  evidence of the German purpose in  our own  country.      What  of the  nightly shooting   of   sentries   and  trains und policemen under the cover of darkness?   Are there any parallels  for  these  dastardly   acts   in  Germany today?    Not thus do Englishmen go to war in the land which  has given them shelter and sustenance.    We  trust that   the govern-  ment   will    henceforth   deal   more  severely    with^ all   such   criminals  caught in the act. "^London Times.  funcs for the Canadian Red Cross,  at V aslo,  a  few days "ago, a  pro-  German  resident,  noc content with  refusing to subscribe, actually made  an   attempt to  influence  others  to  folicw his example.   Why he should  have done   so is difficult  to  understand, in view of the  fact  that the  money was as much for the alleviation  of suffering among the Germans as it  was   for the care   of our  own disabled "nnd'suffering soldiers.     However, he has shown his hand and the  peoplefcf Kaslo wlll.do well.to keep  him   un lei*  strict   surveillance,   not  only  while the   war  lasts,   bin  for  many years afterwards.  The following story is related by  a wounded serjeant of an English  regiment: "With their front files  dressed in  uniforms taken from the  i, *  English killed and  wounded, a German corps  attempted  to surprise a  British     battalion.      As   they   approached,   the English commander,  becoming suspicious,  gave the  order to  fix  bayonets, whereupon a  voice  from,   the   advancing   ranks  called out,   'Nein, nein! Leedle mistake"!    We  vos  not Shermans; we  vos der Vilts."    The   British   then  charged withi bayonets and the Germans did wilt.    The name Wilts is  the pet title for Wiltshire regiment.  Are You Sure oi Your  Baking Powder ?  Do you feel satisfied that the baking  powder you are using is absolutely safe and,  certain?  Have you read the label to see if it contains alum?  Dr. Price's is free from alum or any  doubtful or unwholesome ingredient. It is  made from Cream of Tartar, derived from  grapes, pure and healthful beyond any  question.   '  . Sixty years the standard  Dr.Phice s  Saturday, Oct. 24, 1914.  fcSter*  KgSsr3?''. i  ^'?'^'"  . 5X*V  |4<*-K  KM!'��  ��� ��   <  IS-..-*;.  ���?��.'  IF"'"  PA'.  IV*** j  i-V  -">  ���% '  pv  ,,�� Ja .country, so Jong will  the shadow  offa  disturbance, hang   over, ,that  country.-   England above all nations  has    been. , a    notorious    offender  in   this ,master.    She   has watched  with equanimity   the  procession  of  t   thousands of her   own  entering the  pporhouses, while the foreigner atad  J enemy has been given  employment  cand   lived on   the   fat   of t the land.  "   ��� Scotland 'is a close second.   Some  years'   ago   a    prominent   business  man" of Phoenix   (now   of Nelson)  visited his"former home  in the land  of heather.    Did he find any change  on his arrival, ."'just' a -little.    The  little cottages, were tenanted by the  alien.    The lawyers were studying  another" tongue.' "Signs, and    no  tices written  in  a language of cen-  v   traljEurope greeted his eye* at every  ,. turn,  and the men  of that country  .  ha i.usurp6d   the place   of the Scot  in "he local coal mines.     It was bad  enough in   times of peace, but the  country is at war now and many of  these people are under the suspicion  of the authorities, who are anything  but strict  in their treatment of the  contemptible  spy.     Under  the  qir.  cumstances  is  it any  wonder that  the people  of the  old   land are indulging in riots, when the very men  who have been  earning 'a  living at  their expense are turning round and  favoring the enemy.  1 We have listened too long to the  Heatings of professors  bemused by  REMEMBER! The ointment  you put on your child's skin gets  into the system just as surely as  food the child eats. - Don't let  impure fats and mineral coloring  matter (such as many of the  cheap ointments contain) get  into your child's blood I Zam-  Buk is purely herbal. No poisonous coloring. TJse it always.  50c. Box at Alt Druggists and Stores.  , The French newspaper Le Temps,  speaks very bitterly in reference to  the Socialists whom it evidently  considers are parties to the military  system,'and afe doing little to show  their sincerity in the doctrine of  peace which they have preached for  some years,    ft says: ,  "German Socialists are accused  of having accepted everything, and  approved of all that has been done;  lies, aggressiveness, roguery, de  nials of signatures, violation of  neutrality. They have rallied with  servile * readiness behind those who  shoot children and set fire,to empty  houses, behind i those who 'have al  ready:* carried > outn their ^atrocious  menaceiof -allo^wing-no,. quarter^ and  ,bf ��� massacring,"pop'ulations who are  not under arms.1 "Let'.thatrbe* as it  mayi bnt since^ they-have become  conscious -accomplices of such in  famies, let < them at! least -spare us  the outrage of their hypocrisy. Let  them cease to talk of their French  brothers,' for that was how 'Cain  talked of his brother Abel."  '   Arumor. in'Ottawa is'to the effect  that Colonel Hughes will resign the  portfolio of Minister  of "Militia andj  go to the front as a brigadier in the]  next contingent.  A local German sympathizer recently made the statement that the  Allies were outclassed* both on land  and sea. Yet only the other d��y  30,000 Canadian troops made the  trip to England in safety, and another army from - India made the  trip to France without the slightest  interference from the Austrian or  .German fleet. Our." navy was built  for a specific purpose, viz., the protection of "our seaborne commerce,  and up to the present it has amply  justified its'existence. The loss of  four or five or even twenty cruisers  will make no difference to the general scheme now; the enemy's fleet  has well-nigh been chased off the  "seven seas.'' Their submarines  have certainly been doing excellent  work of-late, but let any of their  cruisers make a demonstration outside of a British North sea port  There would be a rude awakening  and our local pro Germans would  realize that Britain also possesses a  fleet of submarines.  As was the case during tbe South  African war, Kitchener, is having  his-troubles'these days. It seems  that the affairs of the. Red Cross are  not what they should be, and the  authorities are hampered in their  work by hundreds of willing nurses  whose only qualification to wear the  uniform is the size of their banking  account and their standing in  society. Some of these pseudo  nurses, it seems, have only received  from one week to a month's training  and one shudders to imagine poor  Tommy in the hands of such a  bunch of uniformed dolls. It's a  direct encouragement to profanity,  and the Bible and Tract society  should step in and help the war  secretary in his laudable efforts to  mitigate the nuisance.  * . *  greet the 001111110; of a case of  PHCENIX BEER  WHY?   .     -;  Because the Beer is so good  and wholesome it brings the  smile.  'PHONE 23  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  LIMITED   - ���     >  "BnHCH^RENS   SOftFq  During  the   work "of   soliciting  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MINING REGULATIONS  ��� Ocal ruining rights 6f the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories and in a portion ��f the  Province of British Columbia, may be  leased for a term of twenty-one years  at an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,660 acree 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 fights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsur-  veyedtewito-cy Che tract applied for  shall be stftkeil out by the applicant  himself.  Each application, must be accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if the rights1 applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable  output of the m ine 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  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are nob 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 acre.  For   full    information    application  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa,  or ti 1 any Agent or Sub-Agent ay Do- ���  minion Ijands.     ���������'��������� >  '  W. W.CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Int:rior. [  N.B.���-Unauthorized publication of  this idvcrtisement will not bepai'l for.:  ���30J90.  BAKING POWDER  Made from Crf am of Tartar -���     No Alum  ' Aircraft,guns, or rather guns for  the'destruction of aircraft are distributed all over the British coasts.  Some of them are mounted on the  swiftest kind of motor; cars.    They  have a direct vertical range of  14,000 feet and discharge a projectile weighing two pounds at the  rate of 175 per minute. The guns  were   made at   the   works  of the  Vickars'-Maxim company.  Don't surface mine your thoughts.  Dig a deep shaft with many tunnels;  you,are sure to find a vein .of '.'pay  dirtV in some,of them.  8  WOOD  First-class Fir and Tam-  /' arac Wood, $6.00 per CQrd  Pine Wood,  $5.00 per ,cord;  Fir andTamarac,;do(ible cut;  v 'percord;>$7'.00.    -���,.,,*;.,  ,    , r    f - - n   <  WOOD DKLIVKMtD  ON  8HORT  NOTICE. ' *Phoii* B 32  _ Robt. Forshaw  Shoes that Fit!  '    -     r - ���>- '  >���.   We make a specialty of Miners'  (>, Shoes; good fit, nice'shape, and  ' nothing but the best af stock uaed  - SATISFACTION "GUARANTEED  NICK PALORCIA,  Knot* Hill Ave.        Phoenix, B.O*  Why  throw away your good  OVERALLS, because    they are greasy.    We  can wash them to look'  . - 1       .'    _ -        * r     <  as good as new.    , We also make a  Specialty of Blankets and.  Carpets. \  A TRIAL. WILL OONVINOE YOU.*  REC0 STEAM LAUNDRY  Phone SO.   Demlnlon Ave).  Th�� ��l*��=^  -i  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 re-  . suits.  Send in Your Stationery Orders and  Holiday Printing to the  Pioneer  THE HOME OF  In the matter of alt  things pertaining to the  progress of the district it  is a reliable and trust*  worthy 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 aliye.   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 IViornBng'  PRINTING  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 S*i&t8oriei|y  Printed by Us?  We make a specialty of Letterheads, Envelopes, Billheads,  Note Heads, Memos., Visiting Cards, Menus, Pesters,  ' Wedding Invitations, Check Books, By-Laws,  and in fact anything done with Printers'  ��������� :'-���::���.:���-i ink and paper,    .,>-..-y .>,,'  ���   ;. ���'   '.: ''-'-!.?*..���       :' ���'���'���'::.:���-'������ .'��������.'' ���    I    ::.   V* '   - ������   ' ���**��� "��� .y .'<  ."'���������'���-.*"���' ���    . ���  -   / .j ������-.-'.  No Job Too Large, None too Small  The|>]  $2.00 per Year in Advance.        $2.50 per Year to U. S.  ���������;> ' -���>,   i.'  urn  1   J      . V1 "���   .   >���]  ff'  ^  (THE   PION&EK,    PHOENIX,   BJBITIS&   COLUMBIA.  Ltffi.  S'liX'  ���i' -li  *KaJj.<.,.<tl��MBWJ  _ueen's Hotel  COMPLETELY REFURNISHED AND REFITTED  We beg to announce the reopening of the Queen's Hotel.   This  popular hotel has been completely refitted throughout;  everything new and up-to-date.    Large lofty rooms,  heated with hot water.    Perfect fire appliances.  Nii��ht and Day Service  Patrons of this hotel will find in it all the comforts oi home.  Perfect satisfaction .is assured all our guests.     It i.s  the most centrally located hotel in town.  Bar'Stocked with Best Wines. Liquors, Cigars  WALSH & HARTMAN, Props.  FIRST STREET AND KNOB HILL AVENUE  *N.  J  8  ������;>  Shdrtest  Route to Pacific'* Coast  Points. ^Qob4''A^nne'ctj^h^\at.  Spokane with thrbugli cba;st trains  .--..-   J. V. INGRAM, Agent," Phoenix.  THE KNOB HILL HOTEL  A. O. Johnson, Prop.  Flrst-Ciass Accommodation "for Miners  .    FINKSTOF WINES, LIQUORS AND OIOARSCNSTOOK.  'PHONE72. ;_>,, YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.;.  Gold Mining  The war has called attention to  the fact that gold mining has some  very distinct advantages over the  mining of other metals. At ordinary  times the fixed > price and constant  demand for gold have enabled mining men to make more definite valuation of gold deposits than of other  orebodies. Instead of figuring in  ounces it is possible to figure in  dollars. Knowing coste of mining  and treating the ore and.the amount  of ore the value may be determined.  For other metals an additional variable price must be' constantly kept  in mmd. Gbl3- mining-is an especially sound industry in times like the  present. The market for other  metals produced iii America is poor,  but gold is in great demand-.  A rather unfortunate circumstance  is the fact that we do not in Canada  produce all the necessary materials  for the treatment of gold ores. Cyanide ordinarily is obtained from  Germany. One producer in Great  Britain is said to be able to supply  large quantities, but this will doubtless find its way .to the Rand. The  establishment of a -manufacturing  "plant here or in the United States is  greatly to be desired.- . - *  .With a<good supply of chemicals  on hand the gold mines may be' expected to break records this winter.  Some companies, however, are likely  to be embarrassed if new supplies  are not soon available.���Canadian  Mining Journal.  SUTTON'Q  EED O  for tf arden and farm arc best  for B.C. soil. Sot? Catalog-a* fox  ' solid cguaia-ttto*? of purity-  and germination.  - Send now for Copy free  Sutton & Sons.Th*Kind's Soodincn  AJ.Woodward  Victoria     c\      Vancouver  ��� 15 Fori- $r. 667 6ronv)ir��Sr.  SACK A��NT�� row ��JMTI��H ^OUiMHIA  is our business and we are  here to please" you. The  next time that you  want  any Billheads,, Letterheads, Envelope*. Statement*, Circulars,  Cards, ^Dod^a^^ &0** ? *  and we will     ^UP    IPT-OF  sho w you     -  1- L 1-L*i ' 1     1 V*/l  samples: : ���^^ ' ==  Concentrates  Grates are extra durable. Coal grate is duplex. Wood grate is the most modern type.  ItaffCBl^^Udge  D. J. MATHESON  ..    . ..Insurance Agent  FIDELITY BO'NDSr PLATE GLASS,  COMMISSIONER FOR' TAKING  AFFIDAVITS   .  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX, B-C.  Builds you up and  makes you strong  How - do you feel to-day ?   Not quite right ?  Energy a little below, standard���not strong  ;        enough to make much exertion?  COD LIVER COMPOUND  is what you need. Don't get frightened about these  words "Cod Liver." You'd never know it from the  taste. 'It's a real tonic, containing cod liver extract,  extract of malt, wild cherry and hypophbsphites--  a splendid combination. The cod liver extracts  build you up���so does the extract of malt. The  wild cherry soothes the bronchial tract and the  bypophosphites supply phosphorus to the nervous  system���just the thing it heeds. And the taste is  pleasant. As an'all 'round tonic, strength restorer  and body-builder you'll fiiid: nothing better than  Nyal's Cod Liver Compound���so why look further?  You will be pleased/   The price is One Dollar.  No; 36, A.R and A.M.  V.  Regular communication at 8  ' p.m.  Second Thursday of  ' each month,  emergent meetings as called;-Masonic  Hal�� McHale Block.      <    ���  "John Fini-ay, .Jr.", -  Secy.  W. iJ. Pierce,  -     W.M.  I. Q. O, F.  Snowshoe i.od��e  No. 4-6  Meets every Monday Evening at  Miners' Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  Harry Elsmore, Noble Grand.  A. L. McKinnon, Fin. Secy.  Jas. Pierce, Rec. Secy.  Daughters of Rebekah  Phoenix Lodge No. 17  Meets in  tho   Minors'   Union   Lodge  Hall First, and Third Wednesdays.  Mrs. W. Humphreys, Noble Grand  Mrs. O. D. Bufah, Secretary.  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES  Phoenix. Aerie No. 158  Ctfeets in Union Hall, Friday Evenings.  Visiting brothers are always welcome.  Dan Patterson, "W. P.  R. Clarke, W. Secy.  T.  K. of P.  No. 28  Lodge,  Phoenix,  B.C.  Meets Tuesday Evening at 7.30.  Sojourning brothers cordially welcomed.  C. H. Knight, C. 0.  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. K. K. Barnos,  M.E.C.  Mrs. W. Wills,  ��� M.R.O.  Anything you  buy  with the Name  will give you  entire  satisfaction*  Sold and guaranteed by  T. S. QUANGE   -   THE DRUGGIST  M��  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders.     Phone A65.  James G. McKeown  There is a great shortage of  teachers in London, a large number  having gone to the' war.  Machine shops in many eastern  cities are working night and day  manufacturing eighteen-pound shells  for the Canadian field artillery.  The Germans have a keener  sense of humor than we have given  them credit-for. They are going  to pay the Bradford woollen manufacturers in German war loan bonds.  Fifty-five German captives taken  at Kiao-Chow have arrived recently  in Japan. * They were shown every  conrtesy by the Japs, and the officers  were given separate apartments.  The British "steamei Kestrel,  which arrived recently at Honolulu  from the Fiji Islands, says that not  only was the Pacific cable cut, but  that the station on Fanning Island  was completely destroyed.  The kindness of the Netherlands  Dutch shown to the survivors of the  Aboukir, Cressy and Hogue, has  .made a deep impression in England.  The sailors were the recipients of  hundreds of presents and each man  was provided with a new suit of underwear.    s  Ten men, prospective pre-emptors  on Powell river lands, which the  provincial government will throw  open foe' settlement on November  21, lined up one day last week on  the steps of the Vancouver courthouse, prepared for the long wait of  forty days that must pass before  they file their claims. l  - Under the British government  ruling, which prevents a British  vessel from clearing from American  ports with sailors on board who are  subjects of- a beligerent country, the  British consul at Tacoma refused  clearance papers to the steamer Farley, unless a German member of the  crew was removed.  The  Raiser has sent a personal  letter to .the   King.of  the Belgians  warning ^ him   that  if  any��harm is  done to the Grand Duke* of tflecklen-  berg^Swherin, who is now a' prison  er, tbV"German*a1*my*TwillJ'der "  Brussells.      King Albert has replied  that if Brussells is destroyed he will  shoot the-Grand Duke with his own  hand.  Besides designs on South Africa,  to which General  Botha referred in  his great speech at Bank, Germany  Is known  to have had   her eyes on  India and Egypt for  several years.  The attempt  to embroil  Turkey is  believed to be inspired with the object of seizing Egypt,   and. the visit  of the  Crown  Prince to   India some  years ago, is suspected to have been  prompted by sinister designs.  The heaviest bullet fired by, the  righting armies, is that of the Austrian Mannlicher rifle which weighs  244" grains, or 74 grains heavier  than the ordinary 30.30 sporting  bullet. The lightest projectile is  that fired by the French rifle. It  weighs 198 grains. In the matter  of rifles, the Russians carry the  heaviest and longest, while the  British weapon is' the lightest and  shortest. The Russian-rifle is seven  inches longer than the one carried  by Tommy Atkins.  Reynold's Newspaper, in its  secret history column, says that the  government of the United States is  taking no chances. From a well-  informed source comes the news  that the ordnance factories are  working night and day to complete  the big guns designed for the Panama canal fortifications. These huge  engines of destruction can only be  fired two hundred times. The terrific heat and pressure caused by  the discharge of a single shell soon  burn the bore out.  The Admiralty announce that the  cruiser Cumberland, operating on  the west coast of Africa, has captured German ships to the extent  of 30,915 tons. --These were caught  in one swoop, and include eight  ships of the Woerman line, and one  of the Hamburg American. The  vessels were all in good order and  besides coal carried big outward  and inward cargoes. All the crews  were made prisoners- The Cumberland also captured the enemy's gunboat Soden, which now is in active  commission.  W*9S*fJ  M  I K "'-.V  W*3  yn  will ta&e extra darge pieces of  _   _        wood���just remove back end  lining. Ask the McClary dealer to show you,  "Made Sn Canada"  SOLD BY MORRIN-THOMPSON & CO.  }J3&  Hotel Brooklyn  The Only First-Class and Up-To-Date  Hotel in Phoenix.     New from cellar "  to roof.    Best Sample Rooms in the  Boundary,   Opposite   Great   Northern!       * /    *    ,  Depot     ���,���.���   v      Modern Bathrooms.    '  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix, B.C.  1 *   r'l  <    -   \S\''"3  STEAM HEATED.  O. D. Bush, Prop.  T V S ���**������>     �����  \     .   }Jil ,>>'yl  f��  I:  NEW VICTOR RECORDS  A'Nice Selection of the Latest  Victor Records, especially  the latest dance music  New Song's, etc.  1*1 *  &  COME AND :LOOK THEM OVER  Eft.  1 �� v*��. ,���;',' .'*'.  THE PHOENIX  STRUTZEL  &  HOWER; PROPS.  KNOB   HILL   AVEN.UE  m  y**>��  Goodyear Tires and Tubes  Accessories  Gasoline  Repairing  Vulcanizing  Compressed Air on Draught  IT EXCEEDS THE GOVERNMENT  REQUIREMENT IN RICHNESS  No   danger  of   germs   if you   use   B. C.  MILK���It is much safer than  raw milk���  and owing to its economy and convenience,  should be used for all purposes.  IT HAS THE NATURAL FLAVOR.  By Government Teat���B. C. MILK EXCEEDS THE DOMINION REQUIREMENTS IN RICHNESS.  i���  Your Milk Supply  Should come from healthy and vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  manner Separated Cream insures purity and'  qualijty. The Dairy produces both.  J. W��� Hannam, Prop.  IMHWUBWafl -IX  r*  V), rt  V%  THE   PIONEEB,   PHOENIX,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  t  i  **���       r    ^  1       *   --"-l^V^^V-.  -;*-->f**' ,  * -v.- is**, -  ���"'f '  -' \ - * p'-  -5     "-���J/  ���    J        ��      i-Vr  1  '*" 1.' ''  '    ���/,, 'S\   'J.  v 1  ^  ervous women  < Al55?^,e-1 wlth *e'*����^'--��utBdety--sIeepIessness---and warnings of pain  \ and distress are,sent by the nerves like flying -messengers throughout body and  ��� ^Jtaibjs. Such feeling may or may not be accompanied by backache or  , headache or bearing down. The local disorders and Inflammation, if there  ���* Is any, should be treated with Dr. Pierce's Lotion Tablets. Then the  M nervovs -tystoa and the entire womanly make-up feels the tonic effect of  D&.   PIERCE'S  Favorite  Prescription  Take this In liquid or tablet form and bo a urs###6man!  Vi<r i^ ���>  r  \  Local and General  vour tfav&rite Prescription' has given the most relief of any-  '   J5I58.1 *tulve "Ker W"-P-. 4.m ver>' niuth better than I have  fteea In same time.   I gladly recommend this remedy to any  womanlnneedofatonlc."   Vtri^Br.KV.m��nm,��mntii,H.f.  D*m  Mapoe'm ��� Pfaaaamt Polfotm    <  ��NMMteCo ntommoh, llvat*, Aoweft  'Bn Girlhood  Womanhood  i  Maihoi*hood  K.  *-      -     r    J  ���V",  J   '     ���" "r "  Ik-   -. -^rv  '    a- <  atf-ST  **'  i. ** I-  -���"���'^ > ,X. *r '^  t   -t i   ii    T.J*11. j  ^   -I1M       -f     (.      -*i '  I  Aim Strom's   Book Store  I-*- ***  Stationery, Confectionery and Fancy Goods  Kodak, Supplies and Wall Papers.  All the latest Books and Newspapers.  Phone 42 Phoenix. B. C.  ��m,fi> wm^      .   ^l^^^^^^^^iM  IC^r��am5ais��gainjngf>i-:new-gr;.patronsv  ?Mr^���tc���'.*^d^lla7'������i'���*A+"W/��1^*��:Alt/-*^^,'-'^^ IK  -3^h^;?^-(^d|serylc^^  A-v^fV:'''"-.S*''' t'��,!'-?V--^'-,-,:-?-'^:-Jfti'i'i-tV_i*-':*i-t'/^  church are as follows: '-Furst and third  i|u^a^;|in|tJ^  i^||i(��^^y^e$r^l|p-^  Mrs. Fred Weir was among the local  visitors in Grand Forks during the  week.  Mrs. F. Ackerrua-nn returned home  on .Wednesday after a few days' visit  with friends at Anaconda.  Win. Murray left on Friday for  Spokane, where - he has a berth in  sight on one of the railways.  A house in .Grand Forks belonging  to Arthur' Webster, formerly of this  town, was completely .destroyed by>  fire a few days ago.  There was quite an exodus from the,  local Italian colony on Thursday,  abouta dozen 'leaving by the Great  Northern for the coast.  Mr. and Mrs. A. Broomfleld, who  have been spending, their wedding  trip in Spokane and neighborhood, returned to town on Thursday.  Mrs. W. Hufty and daughter went  over to Cascade, on Thursday, where  Mr. Hufty is temporarily in charge of  the O.P.R. depot. They will be away  for one week. ,  The members of the Provincial police  throughout British Columbia together,  with, the officials'of the Dominion  government, are all subscribing liberally to the Canadian* Patriotic'fund.  The Boundary members of the latter  are all in receipt of a circular * from  the central office'of the CanadiahvCivil  Service federation dealing with the  matter. / "���>    -ti  -v If nifttters keep up like this Phoenix  ^W8J|iir:-tP;be;;'-^pre^  company in the exr��iditio^^  T*he'.latest to be heard|fjroii��1is''M$M  ..,,....*_���.  St-ra��?prd, who  wrifes|tb^v^i6xleyv  ^��?#{'^  Ml aim;: >he;outbi*-ra  oi^e^ion  men^h^li^^^  |>-^rseais1Hpmmiori8!  ���ii^Anpther^ supply; xofe^owitch is "-ex-I  --'��� ^r,-?;;iayi^in^|wm-^^  Forfeited Their Freedom  Messrs. P. McCallum and P.  Janni, officers of the Canadian and  United States immigration department respectively, were in Phoenix  over Thursday. The latter official  is the one responsible for the recent  capture of six Austrians the other  day nearColville. The men, "who  were registered, are all former residents of, this camp, and on being  returned to Canada were despatched  under escort to the military deten  DRUGS,DRUG6ISrS SUNDRIES, HIGH-CLASS  STATIONERY. PERFUMES, CONFECTIONERY  Agent for the famous Nyal and Na-Dru-Co Preparations.  T. S. QUANCE  PHOENIX, B. C.  1  sen  tion camp at Vernon, where they  will be held until the close of the"  war and afterwards deported. --���   , >  K you were told oi a new  discovery for the treatment of  coughs, colds and bronchitis,  as certain in Ha action on all  chest troubles as anti-tozin is  on diphtheria, or vaccination on  small-pox. ^wouldn't you feel  like giving it a trial? Especially  if you could try it for fifty cents I  Peps is the discovery I  t.  Peps are little tablets, neatly wrsjf*  pod in sir and garm-praof silvwr fou.  They eontaia oertain nedieinal iafr*.  dients,' whieh', when pla����d npoa the  tongue, inunediately tarn into  "���ria-fe^^S-v'i-:;��fet-i  -:5-���������i*t:i  Itfir^^h^ltpfsy^  ^coldsior: slcknw^ over^k^coaini-ttf  M^p^|fb>^al^p^  dunng diadgi'ngsesit^s tne bloo^ahotdd  cod  C. Kennedy and George, Rogers are.  ��B'r^*ii^r,,��*v'r'jwA,!.'i',r;-/--,^ j-u-ji,.'i��..v -- .'���  ^^ui-sday^tB^h^deer^^  iW ������'!��?:?������ ��r* $<?.���; t;ppj* gsf.-i!-^ i;;;>.^.*. .;j^.v.., '^.?,- ryrr.^..-.-..:  |^^^ei��l^|gii|i^  TBVm|the; coi^wi^o0^^^fi^^^  'thelPhoenix- Mine*c^?^n^:|h^l^hot-s  .ongi _���    ,_  and are aft one* broth-ad dowa the air  pasaagss tothalunjia.. .Oathatgfaaraey,  they sooths tha inflamed sad irri-Ut��a  membraoM ^ ��f; ilw bi>>aeUU tabaa, th*  delic*te>walls rftte^  finally entar and carry r��U��i M*ahaaling  'to'/thej-wpilbvinu  .lungfc;"r.t;'-.-i?."^-;^r;^^  ������ ,-;. Id a i��^, whil*. no % solid,  can get to tha lungs; and air   theas,; Peps. fumea gat tbar* d  : at one* oomineooa -uair weirk et  Pewar* e��ti-r^y-dU  old f������Mna-aii. haofcl ca^^ oaras, wajch  are; aaarajy sirallowad iato -Uto. stom  aad nsrafrsaeh th�� langa.   P*ps"t>ast-  aiani of ooogba aad ooldi is enrac* ,tisat  ������ If you hare not y^trfadPsaa, on*  ''"' aon^'Waie'la^^ it-  thanainaiaad'dato^  :';-i��4;a����U;,it^wi^^c.'iitomp.-^  ���Day-rrtarnpoa*tajw),toPro^  o��^tcv'^V fi^ triaa paArt  Building in Phoenix '  -  i   **' ���   Excellent progress is going on in  the construction of the new Miners'  Union building and the proposed  headquarters of the local "Oddfellows.* The latter is of course much  in advance of the former, and it is  thought that the opening day will  not be long deferred., The work in  connection with the big hall is going forward " with commendable de-  patch, ana three weeks'more will  probably see the roof in jslacer that  is,-providing-the tine weather continues. '���  ' Extra Municipal Wholesalel ���"  '   Liquor Licence   ;  noticb.     >   n.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that  on the 26th day of November next application will be made to the-Superintendent of Provincial Police for the  grant of an Extra" Muuicipal-Wholesale Licence for the sale of liquor in  and upon the premises kno-. a a*\th-��-  Phoenix Brewing,Co., Ltd., Phoenix,  B.C.  Dated this 24th day of Oct.,* 1914.     j.  ALBERT BINER,  Phoenix Brewing Co., Ltd. '  - We have heard a good deal of tho  great losses sustained by the comp  missioned ranks-of our army, bur,  according to.advices received by the  Nation,' the officers' casualtyJist"of <  thefGerman army is much heavier,'  In the Bavarian corps' alone the ".  losses exceed 42 per cent.    * ';  w  m.  m?��Mm  *��ti��;  Vmosts-rxeng^eningfood-medidria known.  ^tas:;tot^lyi-rrTOim>ifc  -sws-^i-ss?��^|H:.-^Kvs^ ^'-���-A-vbid1:subsatu1tes;;';:';v'J"''^'^-"V:i'-''     '   "������'  W^4&3^^$^^ vl-^2^l;Scyott&'"B��praa.Toroa!b,0  7.30 p.m., on Wedn^ay|^ct. ^thi?^  Sec. 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