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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Oct 31, 1914

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Array ��~*~~k��l..b.;UMP'.HfoMMMl*i  !��� J��W��l��iW<��i��M��BMt<��a������MiWOT��Wll'^W^��WP��l^^     .hi i.    .     .       i.T.-.r..i.-.-111'iiii-.-   ,i   " k  ���n  '..1  ">'  The largest copprr mines in  ���   the Dominion are situated  at Phoenf*.    The Granby  -fOq. employs 500 men, and  .-has a monthly pay roll of  'over $50,000:'Two railroads  i afford access' to "the city.  Devoted to tfie Interests of the Boundary Mining District  Tjhb .Phoknix Pioneer is  published - in the highest  municipality in Canada���  altitude," 4,800 ft. The city-  has a population of 1,600,  and    possesses    first-class'  ��� hotels, opera house, schools  SIXTEENTH YEAR  PHOENIX, B.C., SATURDAY, OCT. 31, 1914  I  Phoenix Recruits  Phoenix   ii to   be  represented  in  General   French's army by another  quota,    and   today,    Saturday,    a  small    detachment,     consisting   of  Messrs. H. Sewell, John McQuoid,  James Kempston, Sidney Jennings,  James Pittpladdy and Harry Cam-  ,eron, the  latter  of'whom  has enlisted for the automobile "transport,  will leave to join the two battalions  no\# being   assembled for training  at Victoria.'   The total strength of  the second contingent is upwards of  ten thousand men, mostly infantry,  andnhis. force is expected to leave  for .Europe in about three months'  time.  Recruiting commenced in Grand  Forks on Thursday,.and in addition  to. the first-named, another four lo-  cal^nien  have, passed  the medical  "examination  and in" the' meantime  will train with a* independent .company of infantry at Grand Forks until there is another call for reinforcements.       In    this   latter   company  Messrs. M. Donnelly, R. Kerr, Jas.  Wilson, Wm. Sullivan, Albert Dut-  ton, Arthur Dutton, Jas.  Parkinson  and Jos. Peterson have enrolled!  .The training and discipline at  Grand Forks is to be on a different  system tcrv that hitherto 'employed.  Formerly; the^men of, the company  Garland Foster Volunteers  Among    the    members    of   the  "Fourth  estate,"   now   rallying 'to  the standard in Britain and her ovgr_  seas dominions, is Garland   Foster^  for the'past six years ^managing editor of the Nelson Daily News.    Mr.  Foster has offered his services with  the1nexi contingent and expects' to  go into training with 'the  men from  Kootenay now -assembling at Victoria^   ' That he will.biing honor to  the regiment under whose colors' he  will fight his friends  will vouch for,  and that he will return safely to the  province  for which  he has.a'cconu  plished so much, is the earnest hope  of his   brother   journalists    in   the  Boundary.  His place in the editorial  sanctum, we understand,   has been  taken by   R. Sutherland,   late head  of   the    New.* Westminster   News  staff, who may be trusted to.maintain at its present high'standard the  excellent'paper now left to his care  by its departing chief.  Withdrawn  To.Be Finished This Fall  Grading and'Bridge "work on the  Kettle Valley railway will be rushed  to complet&h thisA fall and winter.'  The information" comes from ' an  official source, and already the con-  The enormous sacrifices^ Jhe Germans in their attempt to cross  the Yser are expected to make themselves felt in the Kaiser's ranks. The  fleet is still ,n action and inflicting heavy losses among the invaders.     .  �� Wljat shot and shell have *een unable to accomplish has been done  by the Belgians flooding the surrounding country.  ���   / A statement by the -French' military authorities admits that General  Frenchs troops have   had   a. hard  lot  and  praises  the work they have  , accomplished. ,.  British and French have made headway near Labasse.  ,     The British columns again' repulse  furious attacks  all  along their  lines,- and regain ground lost at beginning of coast campaign.  *JZ2tz&r ^����� ��� - - ��������F= src sets  ���   J lulameen river-where .the road en  ,Up to the present Turkey  has not declared war. but  the Russian  Ambassador has  been withdrawn; from Constantinople.    It has not been  learnpn \vvt*H o/-��mn fl~**~~ ...:n ^li__  tractors are^gettmg ready  for  the  foreman, of Phoenix, was accident-  big work ahead' of them. This  means that about 400 men will be  working close " to Princeton for  several months ~to come. Much of  the work* will  require skilled labor  learned what action Greece will take.  Mining Notes of British Columbia"!  lived at home, and dined /wherever  and whenever  they; pleased.    This  is to  altered, and quarters "for the  men will  be  provided in  the  city,  /.When   tbe   troops  will come under  <f ,tne   laws  provided' by -the, King's  .-^regulations."   -.*������'-- ' s'.   '   - "  P  r  1   '  [T"  .<(-->-  ' Contracts for the supply" of fifty  ^*^tflmisJWKl^lif^^saddles, for Canada, Great Britaini" France and Rus-  sia, have been placed with .Canadian  saddlery firms .from--the Atlantic to  ' the Pacific,- according-to a -statement made by Hon. Robert-Roger j..  These contracts will cover an order  . for-IS,000 saddleVfrbniiFrance, one  for, '10,OOO^frbm"v Britain,*" one ,~for  20;000 from .Russia, -and the> requirements' for the Canadian, uses,  Why Not Loon Lake  , Violin lake, six miles from Rossland,'which was stocked with trout  about four years ago, is yielding  good results of late. Rossland anglers have made some fine .catches,  one trout weighing 4^ pounds.  There is now some talk of converting the spot into a summer resort.  Why have not the authorities stocked Loon,lake, near Eholt? a -,  A Warning    :  ������ =���   i* �����, "  ' -We have been requested to"sound  a.warniacr. Jn the matter" of persons  takingv-' out f insurance" polices, 'in  It is understood that the zinc pro  duct of the Hewitt group has been  contracted for by an.American smeltery for three years.-  Mineral claims offered for sale on  November 3rd of last year and' not  sold will rovert to the crown on  November 4 next, unless previously  redeemed. -  Or,e shipments from the Union  mine in Franklin camp was resumed  last Wednesday, when one carload  was sent from Lynch creek to the  Trail smelter.      " ",. _'-   /    *  It is stated that the Similkameec  Consolidated Copper company will  expend $100,000 on their Vpight  camp' properties; in, development .be-  tween-jnow^and tne>nd of next Tune  A big gold quartz -strike is  now  reported   from   the    Siboli    Creek  country, in  the  coast  range in the  same district  in  which  it  was  reported last fall that placer had been  found.    As a  result  of the  quartz  find there has been quit* a rush from  the district, including many  of the  most reliable prospectors and some  old   time  Yukon  and  Alaska gold  men who have been around here for  the last few years. -Omineca Herald.  J. T. Vaughan-Rhyscame to town,  on Monday, last ,and   he  has   been  busy.completing, the  deal  between  himself and Peterson & Eck for  R��d   *V?S*   S��>up   on,  Roucher  ?��^,�����??ul?,t*lin:,-" The", well-known  *vnB��?eei^nforniea the'Omineca HerL  aid that he would close the deal and  ters  towti   to join   with  the  Great  Northern^ anft'ttiere is considerable  heavy-steam   shovel  work  on   the  two miles^etween the cement works  and   town.  - The   work  will  mean  unbounded prosperity for Princeton  and the other towns in the Siniilkameen district, 'and will give employment to several   hundred   men who  would otherwise be idle. -  Great credit is due to the members of the Ratepayers' and Electors' association'for their indefatigable efforts in urging the continuance of this work, and they, can  feel justly proud of their accomplishment.���Similkam'eeh Star.  Thecompletion of the above line  will prove an inestimable boon to  Phoenix, and means that by next  summer the intending visitor \.n  Vancouver will  rJeJTable  to  accom-  Bad Hunting Accident  A bad shooting accident occurred  at seven o'clock on Wednesday,  evening at a camp of local hunters  on the North Fork, when Elmer  Johnson, son  of the C.P.R. section  ally shot by his companion, Richard  Elmgren.^    According to one of the  party,  the latter was emptying the  magazine when a cartridge  in the  breech    exploded,.   the     projectile  entering Johnson's foot above the  heel.    A messenger was immediately dispatched to the sawmill a few  miles away,, and  Dr.   Kingston  of  Grand   Forks   was   summoned   by  telephone.     Early the next morning  the patieot  was  taken  to  the hospital at Grand Forks and on Friday  he was removed to Greenwood.  The bullet was a 25.35 calibre of  the   soft-nose    expanding  .variety, -  and  consequently  the  wound  is a  dangerous, one and may necessitate  amputation of the foot.  Louis Joins Colors  Hk*C ri  Louis Rolland* who% was employed as janitor by W. S. Macy,  of the Granby hotel, about three  years ago, is in the active firing  line with general - French's army/  Louis, although; born, under "the  tricolor,.waspraised  and' educated  &����* gLkxkQsJ&Z- i' 4>:   ,~ - U-    '" mm* ne would close th�� deal and  ^re^rts��co��^f��^Coal��,o^ immediately start ^to Vork on the  Cardirur    the    ��rnal     mints    fKiArV   > ...���.-  regarding ^th'e. c:oal mines",,there:  When , the- tramway - between the  mine, and the rail way. is built it will  taking^' out"f insurance" poi  Phoenix.- Before entertaining .the  suggestion of any  agent, first.find  out'whetber the -company hcrepre'-  sents is registered  in 4his province.'. ,..������~ ouulutl ���,,���,.  This informaUon 'cap -readily be ob-   tensive ^^ and to supply the large  Rocher Deboule hill  ��<,;M.<i'hv-;aiiin<r nn  th. /.ttu ����/.,   /demand for tbe output.        ,���- /  : .    '("��-       'e ~. . r    -  ' r~-r'~^ -���-" sj?j   *" "*��"^" ��^> �� /snoot aii interpreters as spiei  |  * A solution of the probfem of what /gross violation of. the   neutrality of\iofr Wlth the British regiments.  CIO lVltfa the unemn nvrr) mi'o-ht- h.    U'nii;^^-    ���-ri ' -��_-_>*.   '    _     ./ ��  property. with six men, and as the  development work progresses the  force will be  increased.-. This   will  ho -���M:ui    .. i \t. ���    '"����� ���"i  u"   iucreasea.-v   inis   wil  be possible to work these on  an ex.lm,i��� ���,J:*u-   " ��� ��� * '  ��      - , . I make another mine working on tbe  tensive scale anrf trt <ennnltr t-hm !���>��*. I ^.      .      ~-~   .        -       K    ","=  Princeton ^eop^willl do" ^omethtag  t&huj^rte^'clompte^on^ch^Ais^too'  long deferrBcf-enterprise   1 "��� ���'���  Sauealing.  aggregating from five to six thous-f registered    in   British   Columbia  is  and saddles. J committing a felony.  \ ~i  The Big Store  J>5CL1"iei*-,'eoch'" war department and"'  attached to one ot the British brig.  ades  as interpreter.   According  to  the latest information from London,  .   t   ^*s?*~"      T-"0 / Louis' job is no snap, the German  The German;epress describes the \general staff having given orders to  tamed*by-callinjr.up  the citv offices   laemaD.d for tbe output.        .���- /  :        ���    - c ;u Lr        ��� / 'aJ"*nST ofjhibeslby  the British as a   shoot all interpreters as spies' serv.  on the   business   ^^ ^mpany not/-Bob^e^ ^^  r^  J    ^^^  their   placer  ground   is ^a" p.rphry  ��^ ^^^^JJ^r���^ " ^ B^"- /^agreeable.    Any fool is amusing,  dyke, seven or eight hundred feet ;sts at the present time Tf fe safd  w.de, which carries free milling gold on reliable authority that as b} h as  values for its entire length, and looks  $5 per day has been made b    ���  A Oar of  OKANAQAN APPLES  due to Arrive  at the  ��� ��-,���'  like a big steam shovel proposition  The Shut Down, Shut Out and  Shut Up fractional mining claims on  Toad mountain have been transferred  to the Consolidated Mining and  Smelting company by P. W. Racey,  W. M. Archibald and Dan Matheson  respectively. S. G. Blaylock has  transferred to the Consolidated company the Starlight fractional and  Victoria fractional claims, also located on Toad mountain.   -  ning" along the banks of the' stream  that flows into the'north end of the  lake, but in ordinary flush titnes this  is not consiQered a fair return for  the unpleasant nature of the wdrk.  No doubt the owners of large leases  of placer ground would favorably  consider the sub-leasing of small  areas to -individuals on a royalty  basis, as this method would serve to  help prospect the ground.���Koot-  enain.  ac  .ii,, ii  Get Your Order in as Early  i -.���  [OrTin,  ison & ���o.  Brickbats and Bouquets  Collier's  should    make   haste  to  change its correspondent at Ottawa,  or perhaps better still do away with  the job altogether and hitch up* with  the German Embassy at Washington.    We have always been puzzled  as to where the German  press has  got its."reliable" information of this  country's  military affairs,   but   the  current issue of the "national weekly"  has  dispelled   all   doubt.       Its  .editor is  one of those mortals who  believe that variety  is the  spice of  life and is evidently determined that  we are to have our full share of the  process.-   Two  weeks  ago  Canada  received   a   fragrant   bouquet,   this  week it turned* out  to  be  a brickbat and a jagged one at that.    Here  it is:  "The Canadians are a peace-loving people, and they could have  kept out of the European war as  easily as the United States is keeping out of it, but when Britain, the  Motherland, went to war they decided to go with her. No sooner  had the news reached them that  England was going to fight than  the Canadian military authorities  began to mobilize, an expeditionary  force of 22,250 men and to prepare  for the 'enrollment of volunteers from  their own citizenry and from the  large numbers of Frenchmen, Russians, Belgians and Servians in  Canada and the United States."  ��������� ���__   City Council  Among the other business transacted at a meeting of the city council,   on  Wednesday,   was a  resolution brought up and carried, dalling  the attention  of the   road supt. to  the  need   for   repairs   to   the  approaches of the  Grand   Forks and  Greenwood roads.     W. X." Perkins,  the  city  scribe,   was   requested   to  forward a copy   of the resolution to  E.  Spraggett.     The council,  after  some discussion, also  agreed to extend the periodin which rebates for  taxes will be allowed to November  30th.      Hitherto  the   time  has expired on October 31st.  : ��� ��.   'Phone 56  P. O. Box 309  Take a tip. Never enter a house  with a loaded rifle. More people  are killed after the day's hunting is  over, than when the hunting is in  progress.  The empty gun is always the one  that kills the children.  The Little Store  First Street. McKay & Knight, Props.  $5.00 Purchase  The following list of Goods can be Purchased at our  Store for $5.00.  1 Sack of Flour  20 lbs. Sugar  1 Package Currants  Raisins  Matches  1 lfoB Butter  Tea;   I Sack Salt  $���  *'-!  l  if  H  ii  All the rest of the Goods in our Store are  reduced in Price for Cash.  The Store of duality  9 9  ac  3c=ac  31.     IE  31=11  J  ^S\h^i-t,%'i\y^y']"'.l ^"'VJ-Vp-J "��� '*3S&WVmrl~.$yZi';> vt?-V��Ti\ '\'*:;'^ I��-h��� ^.yy.')'.>W  ��� * *  ^^.MfWUVM ����**�� *  WW  I  i< >  I?  s    i  K'-  THE   PIONEEB,    PHOENIX.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  rr  f ���'-  1/  ���I ' (.  it <  r^  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  issued weekly  -.''at Phoenix, British Columbia  "''   Subscription, 2.00 per year  ' >.        2.50 to United Statesr  <x. Kav, Publisher.  ADVERTISING SCALE  Application for fclcruor Licence (80 days)   .$5.00  Aprlicarion for TratiBfsr of Licence/ $7.50  ' > Certificate ot Improvement notice (60 days) 97.90  Application to Purchase Land notices (60 daya)  ./.....: : S7.se  Delinquent Co-owner notices \90 days) 910.00  SmalljWater Notices (SO days)..T. $7.60  Delinquent Co-Ownership notices 00 days $25.00  Duplicate Certificate of Titlo notices ...' .$8.00  Cards of Thanks, SO cents.  All other legal odvcrtlHing, 12 contw a lino,,  sinfflu column, for the first insertion; and 8  cents a lino for oaoh subsoquont insertion, nonpareil meaeuromont. , '  Display ads $1.00-pur inch,��,single  column, per month. Transient ads.  60c. per inch, ppr issue; subsequent insertions, 85c. per inch.  words���a scrap of paper�����to be  pitched into the fire when the. call  of their former government demands  it. Our whole system "of naturalization need revising but better still,"  it should be 'done 'away with1 altogether, and the privilege conferred  only on those born under the Rag. '  Lord Kitchener was reported  to  have said at the  beginning1, of the  war that" not much preparation was  necessary.    Send  anyone that;can  I shoot: it is  no matter whether he  knows his right foot from his left or  not.    In practice, however,  it has  .been  found   that  evenf reasonably  trained men had to hang about Val-  'cartier   for   a month  for training.  iWe are tiow told that they are go-  ing into camp' again on -Salisbury  'plain for further  training, while an  agonized  army is   crying   out  for  them.   .A  second   contingent   will  take even more time to fit for active  service.    The same   has  been  the  case in England,    Though the English" are enlisting' :with** increasing  alacrity,   there .are those who say  Extra Municipal Wholesale  Liquor Licence,  '     NOTICE.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN," that  on the 26th day of November nest ap-  plicatibn will be mode to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for the  grant of an Extra ' Muuicipal Wholesale Licence for the sale of, liquor in  and upon th& premises known 'as the  Phoenix Brewing Co., Ltd.", Phoenix,  BO      ��� ^  *       '**  Dated this 24th daybf Oct., 1914."-    4  ALBERT BINER,    ,  Phoenix Brewing Co., Ltd.  Mineral Act.  FormF.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  I fully expect that tbe enemy may,  before the war ends, learn several  not unheeded lessons from the Indian - troops, lessons in chivalry,  humanity and respect for the persons and homes of the poor and the  humble."  The Krupp newspaper informs its  readers that the "so-called Canadian  army consists of red Indians, Mon.  tenegins,   Servians,   Russians and  Belgians."     They'should have included a few Japs, Chinks, Eskimo,  ���Doukhobors,  Hindoos and Ontario  Germans.     The government should  .send the Krupp editor a copy of the  census returns.    The   poor   fellow  is sadly at sea as to the composition  of Canada's population.  ; "Sterling!) am Fractional" Mineral Claim, situate In the Grreonwood Mining Division of  Yale district.  Whore located:���In Lottie T. Camp.  TAKE-NOTICE, that'l, Isaac H. Hallottas  agent for William Faraoy, Froo Miner's Certificate No. 6807, intend sixty days"*from the  date hereof, to apply to tho Mining1 Recorder  for a Certificate of Improvements for the! his   father   was   a   Frenchman   and  A Montreal man, named Harris,  recently called at the High Commissioners' office, in London, and  informed   Hon.   G.   H. Perley that  Another Humorist  G. W. Walker, writing in the  Boston Commercial on the copper  situation, treats us to the following;  "The general copper situation is  greatly depressed just now, and this  condition rriay continue for several  months, or even a year or two, but  [there  is .nothing in, thefuture outlook to  depress,   and much   to encourage and enthuse the producers .  and manufacturers of copper.','  G. W.   was always" an  optimist, ,  but this  is   the   first  inkling we've'  bad that he was a humorist.  Politics is the mother of f^raft.  they have not  much  more than' a  #      V'  Saturday, Oct. 31, 1914.  w  j��  r  -ii*  hundred thousand, ipen, at any time  in the fighting line.';   Very effective  men the British regulars have shown  themselves to be, and very effective  have been the  volunteers who have  stepped into the4 many. gaps.    But  their numbers  have  been  small in  ithe  presence  of an' 'overwhelming  enemy, and great   have been their  losses in consequence.      IT tbe Brit  ish Isles are to have a million in the  field it is more than  time that they  should  be  all in   training,"- and the  same is true' for Canada.     There is  no  room  for   endless parleying.���  Montreal Witness. <  purpose  of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  abovo claim.  And further tako notice that action, under  section 37, muHt bo coramoncod before tbe Issue  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 25th day of July, A.D. 1914.  I. H. HALLETT.  '��%*  The naturalization ,of foreigners  in both this country and the United  States has develop'ed into a huge  joke, and this war has conclusively  proved the point. When the war  has ceased to be and become a matter for the history book, it will become tbe duty of the legislators to  forget for a time their rotten party  affiliations .and look the matter  squarely m the face. Let them take  atrip to'the-Atlantic seaboard and  W&J&'. >V??rttM|ke ������ ��ot'Ce  of, the   steady   stream  JT-  if IPC*   ' A i  ���^K*" , ,^ of returning .f'loyaL Americans dnd  mj����  S' <-A-  Canadians" who have answered the  call of  their   former  countries   and  %taken - their  places <jn tbe   ranks of  one or other  of the continental  ar-|  mies.      Manj' of these so-called citizens will  be found  to  have even so  far forgotten their oath of allegiance  as to  take   up  arms against  us in  Canada, and while we in   this country have been  exerting ourselves to  find the sinews of war,  they on the  other  hand   have   been  busily  employed'making widows and orphans  of Canadian  women  and  children.  This is a horrible fact, but who can  deny it"  " Those frbm the United States are  somewhat ���different, but.not much.  True they have '-not taken up  "arms against her, but'nevertheless,  they too have violated* Jtheir oath  of, -allegiance and infringed the  neutrality which that country is try  ing~ so hard to keep. Like the  Kaiser's treaty'with Belgium, their  "treaties of citizenship" are to them  a    ^ere ' jumble     of   meaningless  An unique form of advertising the  resources of B.C. with special refer,  ence to the products of the forest  has been > adopted by the provincial  government in the fown of a small  piece of three-ply 'British Columbia  fir, about the !|ize of an ordinary  business card, bearin^'printed information on both) sides." One"side  contains'ithe following, information  -'British. Columbians' population* lis  539,850. Its4production W 1913  was valued as follows: ^Agriculture,  $24,000,000; lumber, $34,000,000;  mining, 30,000,000;'taheries, $15,  000,000; manufactures^f45-,00G,000,  On the- other side appears i the  following:. Tbe annual cut of timber  in B.C. amounts to 2,000,000,000  feet. There are 794 logging camps  and 425 mills employing 60,000  men. These produce lumber, lath,  shingles, poles, masts, 'spars; railway ties, boxes,- barrels, wood pipe,  pulp, street paving,fsash, "doors,  veneer, etc. British "Columbia has  the greatest stand of shingle materl  fought the Prussians in 1870. Sub.  sequently he emigrated'to Canada,  and whan dying he made his sdn  promise that he would fight for  France in the next war with Germany. Harris is proceeding to  France to enlist in the French army.  The outlook for the German_peo-  ple today is not alluring. ,���There.is  no question-of that. , "At the  same  time  there  is .too   much   strentgh  . left in the German  army and in the  German  people  to  make   an  early  ending of the  war, through German  exhaustion   at   all   likely.���Times  Star (Cincinnatti).    i  Coughs>  ���CoJds.  *|*IIIta��lfM~4m4feliM for <hrttraa4 efcMt attmeata  r J*<   ��Mfttaa pUc* in tvtry homti- By simply dfMohrfaf *  ^Hateat taMaf ow tfc�� tongoe, frtpe convey �� pcttwt and valaatto  jina^lcfax 4ktt into 4m throat, lunga and broachia! tube*; a mcdl*.  _( elM wkka biv%oro*M the weakened orfaas. aoothea inflaounatloo  aai lnfiatfoa,'tMOMu phlsgm. dntroyo Unsku gum*, ��wea*  ' ibfoaii <U���a���, and wukct fcrothlng- Jacp onJ aaay. Prctfrooa.  aS kanalttt Jraga, 9*p* tali young and old aUk��.(~    r ^ ^  .,  6ATHE':nro   y.  The President of France has ac  cepted the invitation of the students  of Glasgow, University to'be their  next Lord Rector. This is tbe first  time the honor has been conferred  on a foreign statesman.  Phoenix Pioneer ads. Always Get Results  Read in every home. If you have a house or furniture to sell, its disposal is certain after at] ad. in the Pioneer. - Give the experiment a trial  in the cheapest and most satisfactory advertising mart in the- Boundary.  greet the coming of a case of  PHOZNIX BEER  V.*'       -"WHY?  Because the Beer is so good  and wholesome it brings the  smile. *!"<.- " -  ���PHONE'23'^  PHOENIX BREWING CD.,  LIMITED        '   ?,r"  *  Most Germans in this country are  here because the thought of carry*  ing a rifle for three years in .the  Kaiser's army gave them-? a pain in  the sfomach. In other words-they'  are here for their health.; V" %''"' 'i&'.  OR.DeVAN'S  ;ini*fcli'  WOOD  - First-^Iass* Fir arid Tarn-  /: arac Wood, .$6.00 per cord  7Pihe IWood,^ $5.00 per - cord;  - >��� -i  _  1 ��� .Jl  mmmemm  (deKeriti'iM \tisp>itwui    ' -  ^^.^���^S^C-U^n--.  ;ffirfahdr.T^amarac,^d6uble cuiy  ^W;obrd/\7.06^'JLS'C^  MTCK^C DKUVCrtCD  ON   SHOftT  Robt. Forshaw  jj'^'i  Shoes that Fit!  iAt   -We make a specialty of Miners'  '&<d<?$��!:?}-'gooi f^.�������f��h��pe, and   -  f^ nethirig bmfaiebe.t^6f��e*^aed-^  .-,��   SATISFACTION.<njiKAirtRB^^  l����ioo>nlx;rjB.O.  i_.  KiUkto'HIII Mm:  al in,the world.^ The.annual'cut ex.  m*  *  ��  IMllii  MRS.   A.   SAICH,' of  ^Cannington Manor, Sask.,  Writes:���"My brother suffered severely from eczema.  The sores were very extensive, and burned like coals  into his flesh. Zam-Buk took  out all the fire, and quickly  -gave him ease. Within three  weeks of commencing with  Zam-Buk treatment, every  sore had been cured."  This is bat one of the many  letters we are constandy receiving  from, people who have proved the  healing powers of Zam-Buk. For  eczema, piles, sores, burns, cuts  aud all- skin j troubles there 'is  nothing like this wonderful balm.  No skin disease should be considered incurable until Zam-Buk  has been tried.  AU Dmssbh* 50s. per Bex.  RqfoM Subtllhits*.  Lessee'  ] ceeds 2,000,000,000 shingles. ' Orte  hundred and twentyifiye new shingle  machines were Instattid in 1914.    <  -   -  _ -���;- ^---/    *  Even in Canadac the number of  pro-Germans is fairly large, but  Canadians will-make little' objec  tion to their presence,, _��� provid  ing, of course jthat the' former  will only exercise the Ofdirja?y ethics  of decent society *and refrain from  utterances inimicable to 'the-jcause  for which this country is  fighting.  Canada is,'after k\\, a 'good place  to live in. It suited our forefathers,  who also found it good enough to  fight for, and, it suits us. Therefore those people who seem to think  that we should have remained pas'-  ,sive��at .this.time, or threw off the  Imperial "yo^e," and substitute  that of trie Kaiser, cannot do a better thing than leave us to suffer the  dire consequences of our folly. It's  our own fault if things go against  us, but we hope our German neigh  bors will handle us gently and allow us to remain on the list of  voters.   4   Lord Crewe, the secretary fbr  India on the British cabinet, speaking the other day zJL a meeting for  the purpose ox raising recruits, re  ferred. to tht German reproach to  France and England for using  Asiatic and African troops. The  speaker said it was anything but<a  reproach. We ought to be proud  of the fact. "It is not in our eyes  a matter of reproach, but a matter  of pride that our Indian fellow-subjects feel themselves, identified with  ourselves in the present quarrel and  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  -     MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Al-  ( berta, tbe Yukon Territory, the North  west Territories and in a portion ��Jf the  Province of Brfbish Columbia,' miry be  leased for a term of twenty-one years  at an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more ttian 2,560 aorea"will' be^feased to  one applicant,  Amplication for. a lease must be made  by' the "aupKcant in 'person to ���he  Afcaj-��torem:b-Agentof the distr.ctin  which the rights applied for argsitu  ated. '>  In surveyed territory tbe land must  be described by sections, or legal Btfb-  divisions of oetrfclbne, and "in -unsur-  veyed tenitXfry tfhe tract applied for  shall be ifaikm otrfc by the applicant  himself.  Each application must be accom  panied by a fee of $6 which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. A royal  ty shall be paid on the merchantable  output; of the mine at the rate of five  cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. ' If the coal mining  _right6 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 per-  rmitted 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 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.  ���30690.  Is InMKSMd *ad stuxjd Jcapw  about the naodetfut  MARVEL Wtortlae Spray  Th�� new V���'���",r���-���    "-*  Most cm  If he e innot r apply th*  MAK) lZI.kc m* no other,  but to J ttata > lor illustrated  book- .ealed   ItftfVfifuil partle  ularo a id d[r< tloni invaluablo to Udlcs.  WIHIiSOB SUPPLY CC  Th�� SLa=w  Phoenix  Pioneer  has for 16 Years been recognized- as the  Mining  Medium of the Boundary  1 country.  BUST  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.'    In   the" matter of atl  ' things pertaining to the  progress of the district it  is a  reliable and   trusr-  , worthy   authority.      It's  ". American subscription list  is one of the largest "in  ; the Kootenay.  v      i      i *  When arriving in town  ' subscribe'for it.    When  leaving  keep   your  subscription alive.   You may  want to come back again.  q        i   1^   *  Advertisers should "call  or write for our Advertising rate card. The local  paper is the local medium  for  local  business   men.  Published ��v��ry  Saturday ftVtoraingr  *V  f  A BUSINESS MAN  IS KNOWN BY THE  QUALITY OF;'P.RINTINkr 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^atSoreery  Printed by uS? *'  We make a specialty of Letterheads, Envelopes, Billheads,  Note Heads, Memos., Visiting Cards, Menus, Posters,  Wedding Invitations, Check Books, Bylaws,  and in fact anything done with Printers'  INK AND PAPER  No ��Job Too Large, None too Small  fi^&4P#l��0 �����*i����M��i�������M����a^mnn..,  A. r t /��� >  \i ' ���      A    > ' ''  ��^��^^  ".* >  '"^m  ff��E - PI0NEE1B,- PHOENIX,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA/  Sunlight Soap  I sisssn^i^^^sparkie with  on a sSnlfrmtV ���   e *? natUre sparkles  on a sunlit morning after rain. ,  '" SSSS* vi!he Purest of aU household,  aoaps���with a . gentle   strength  that  ���; Slightest injury to fine fabric or dainty  On sale at all grocers��� . <' ���     , m'  hands.  ���J��  1  L3E  efehs  COMPLETELY REFURNISHED AND REFITTED  f ^  *Y  ��� Wcbetf 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,  b  ���    heated'with hot water.   Perfect fire appliances.   . -  Night and Day Service  Patrons of this hotel v/ilT find in it all the comforts ot home.  Perfect satisfaction is assured all our'guests. - It is ���  -����    ,    the most centrally located hotel it) town.  Bar 8tock��d with Best Wines, Liquors, Clears  WALSH &.HARTMAN, Props.  FIRST STREET AND KNOB HILL AVENUE  -i"fr  A  The Kaiser's Blfeatings  The following are extracts from  some'of,the speeches delivered by  the so-called,war lord of Potsdam.  Some pf them were'spoken twenty  years ago;  "There is only one law���my law;  the law which I-myself lay dowm" \  "There .will come a' day when  Berlin will be the most beautiful  city in*the world.,"  "It is a sign that we Germans are  Christians, that in every undertak.  ing we engage ' in, especially the  ���most important of- all, namely the  training for the defence of the fatherland, we always begin iby giving  honor to God."  "He who is no good Christianas  no good man and also no Prussian  soldier,' and can under no circumstances perform what is'required of  a' soldier in the Prussian army."  "The British troops have filled  me with the greatest admiration. If  the possibility of a volunteer army  is ever doubted, I shall be able to  give such an army a testimony of  efficiency."  "In these revolutionary times,  when the spirit of unbelief is abroad  in all lands, the sole support and  only protection of the church are toj  be found- in the Imperial hand and  aegis-of the German empire."  "We'are'the salt of the earth,  we must show ourselves worthy of  our great destiny.' Our young men  must learn to make sacrifices, to  give up things which are not good  for them, to reject the outside influences of other nations, and to cultivate good manners, discipline, order and respect for religion."  "Falsehood and prevarication are  alien to my nature. My actions  ought to speak ^for" themselves; but  you English listen not to them, but  to those who misinterpret and distort them."  Shortest  Route to  Pacific Coast  : Points. ?Good connections at  Spokane with through coast trains  J. V. INGRAM, Agent, Phoenix.  THE KNOB HILL MOTEL  A. O. Johnson, Prop.  First-Class Accommodation for Miners  FINEST jOF WINES, LIQUORS AND OIQARS IN STOCK.  /'PHONE 72. YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.  e-m-- '���       ���   ; T    ���������������������������������    - -   , ,   ���t��." -,. ��� ���-  ���...., ���������-    ���...-.-.  - ,is our business and tire are  here to please you.    The  I.'", vi "'"'     '     "'-' 'iV next time that you  want  any Billheads, Letterheads, Envelopes, Statements, Circulars^  Cards, Dodgers-fin fact, anything- in PRINTING, phone 14  and we will ..  show you ;  samples : : : ...  [ * Concentrates    |  The Canadian Patriotic fund at  Hedley has now reached the thousand dollar mark.  ' Foley, Welch aad Stewart have  completed their contracts in Northern British Columbia.  There has been an enormous decrease of crime in eastern Canada  since the beginning of the war.  Three, years for shooting a deer  out of season and three years for  killing a man appears to be the law  in B.C.  ' A large mountain goat, weighing  230 pounds, was shot last week on  Rocher Deboule mountain, near  Hazelton.  Four Italians, two Swedes and  two Finns were admitted to citizenship by Judge Forin at Revelstoke,  last week.  Hon. W. Bowser, attorney-general, has been appointed acting minister of lands during the absence  of Hon. W. R. Ross.  Governor* Colquitt of Texas has  sent a message to the State legislature urging the immediate establishment of. a moratorium as the, only  way to save the-farmers from utter  ruin.  Five hundred German prisoners  are in safe keeping at Tipperary in  Ireland. They can now sing "It1s  a long, long way 'from' Tipperary.'.'  Some Irishman ought to teach them  "Kathleen Mavourneen." '  The town of Carnpbellford, Ont.,  has placed insurance of $1000 on  the life of- each . married man who  has gone from there with the" first  Canadian contingent The city of  Toronto is taking similar action.  ~ Sir.Hiram Maxim announces that  he has invented an' incendiary bullet for use against airships and  dirigible1 balloons. ' The cartridge  fits the ^ordinary rifle or machine  gun,' but the' ballet-as soon as it I  strikes the gasbag sets it afireL   _,    1  A'manifesto J has, been issued ml  -London, by the , Labor,. partyl.'declar-  ing their sympathy "with1 the action  pp the ^'British government in the  war. The Labor leaders urged that  a German ..yictory "would mean the  death of democracy in Europe."  w In an  attempt  last week  to find  out the  disposition   of the   British/  fleet jrrthe North sea, the Germans /]  seat out the' hospital ship Ophelia: /J   The,^vessel,    flying   the   red   crossji  I. \J9 KJ�� JP\|n'a*r��   was   captured   by    a   British jf  Snowshoe Lod^rej cruiser and taken into Yarmouth  An Austrian   in  England caught  with   firearms    in     his   possession l|  thinks himself fortunate  if he gets 11  off with a fine of three  or four hundred  dollars.       In   Merritt,   B.C.,  things are a bit different and a sub.  ject  of" the  enemy  found carryingl  arms gets off with  a  fine of ten or  twelve dollars.  While steaming within three hundred miles of the Californian coast,  a brilliant meteor dropped into the  sea close to the British ship Wyandotte^ The illumination from the  falling body so lighted the ship and  surroundings that the officers imagined they were under the glare of  a warship's searchlights.  * Two boats filled with sailors and  and motor engines and seven German passengers on board, have been  captured off Comox. One boat had  a large cargo of provisions and two  extra engines. The other had a  wireless apparatus, though it was  not set up. Later the police arrested four, other-men and a girl. It is  thought there was a conspiracy  afoot to' tap the.wireless messages  to and from the wireless station at  Cape Lazo.  A singular petition  A decided economy in fuel consumption i��  effected by using nickelled steel in  - 7c ���  ''" �� km:' --;^  .   ,     v 4 fit    ���   V'  M&vfe  oven. It attracts and hold's the  heat far better than most ov��n  materials. See the McClary dealer. m  "Made In Canada'*  SOLD BY MORRIN-THQMPSON & CO.  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 i  Depot.      '.'   v      Modern Bathrooms.  'VJ  '"'* v  SUTTON'Q  fen1 tfeir^on ud Iam er*1��pa>  far fi.C����il. Scv Catcdo|{u�� iox  - 'solid <{vLeur��u&t���� of jxoritr  -   ana jjormiirektioix..  S��ttd no-wr for Copy free  Sutton ft S��ns.Th��Kin^s Scodmcn  STEAM HEATED.  O. D. Bush, Prop.  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix, B.C.  ^M,  ."I-'*1��'-'  ,or  NEW VICTOR RECORDS  A Nice Selection of the Latest  Victor Records, especially  ' the latest dance music  - *    New Songs, etc. '  m  &LI|  OOME AND LOOK THEM OVER  .tfc  No. 46  Meets every Monday Evening at  Miners' Hall. Visiting brethren-cordially invited.   ���  Harry Elsmore, Noble Grand.  A. L. McKinnon, Fin. Secy.  Jos. Pierce, Rec Secy.  Daughters-of Rebekah  Phoonix Lodfl^e No. 17  MeeU.in   tbe  KDnets'  Union  Lodge  Hall First and Third Wednesdays.  Mrs. W. Humphreys, Noble Grand  Mrs. O. D. Bush, Secretary.  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES  THE PHOENIX GARAGE  -     -yV STRUTZEL &HOWER,  PROPS.  KWOB    HILL   AVENUE  Goodyear Tires and Tubes  Accessories  Gasoline  Repairing  Vulcanizing  Compressed Air on Draught  r.f.  .^ >'^ t *  ^i  "fr&?i  Phoenix Aerto Wo. 15B  Meets in Union Hall, Friday Evenings  Visiting brothers are always welcome,  Dan Patterson, W. P.  T. It. Clarke, W. Secy.  K. of P. Lodge,  No. 28  Phoenix,  B.O.  7.30,  wel:  Meets Tubs day. Evening at  Sojourning ; brothers cordially  corned.  G..H. Knight, C. O.  E. E. Barnes, K. of R.S  ER  ..... insurance Agent  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE GLASS,  COM'Ml SSrONER FOR TAKING  AFFIDAVITS  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX,  B-C.  PYTHIAN SISTERS  ���Mountain Temple Lo0se No. 17  Meets in Pythian Hall, Lower Town  Socond and Fourth Thursdays.  Mrs.  E. E. Borneo,  M.E.C.  Mrs. W. Wills,;  M.R.C.  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders..   Phone A65.  James 'G. McKeown  has been re-  ceived by the government in Ottawa  from the German-Canadian Alliance  of Saskatchewan,   requesting   that  certain restrictions be placed on the  English press of Canada.    The petition sets forth that the press is not  'doing justice to German civilization,  but is bound to do harm by stirring  up race hatred  and  illfeeling.    The  work of upbuilding must be endangered  if the   press should, without  restriction, continue unnecessarily to  hurt the feelings  of a considerable  section  of   the   Canadian   people.'  There is no  liklihood  of the extraordinary request being acted upon,  Ottawanot being Berlin.  THE MILK FOR BABY MUST BE  GLEAN, SWEET AND PURE  B.C. MILK is recommended and used extensively  as a food for infants.'  The reason why it is:���It is CLEAN, SWEET  and PURE���always ready for use���For infants it  should be diluted with from two to eight parts  ���boiled water, according to age.  It has the NATURAL FLAVOR of Pure, Rich  Cream.  Your Milk Supply  Should come from healthy and vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  Separated  Cream insures purity and  The Dairy produces both.  manner  quality.  J. W��� Han nam, Prop.  ���atV'IP-'wPrikSV I ilTlrlWlJtWitM W��IK��i iirvi;  ?i??f^^  ���JUSft  ��$j|E$^  [ ��c��eiy��n *"�� ..PhiMglpW* paper; I fed lik��. wrltirijryoo �� fewline��  ����o,7 wnte. Mn. C.J& L��ucr of.':S726;Arina,.s.t;;:nUadelphra'/P^in.-'  ;j:-."^I<"�������!> for four, rear, and^ooldjjnoiigtt;:anythin^ta-y^'me  ^j-He ..Id I could not lire loncar Shan two month.; .aldnothin, ��mW  ,���- _������_.���. .....   Jutiwanaht I would *oe, to 1 told mr mother-; to" eet mo o bottla^nirtK.  ^��t of. over forty years of success.  lbu6iheiw)vl8ifc;��o;it^  . ^^Mi$x0&^ w0d0$;'io^^ran&,  ;ci^Mb&s:we^  ���^^^���'JTi^^ia:i:^ix^^tiA l^en|yiis|ting  ;relatives::;:iri fr JlfewtTork^'i:wriied: 1 on jiihe  Franklin camp carrying out some niin-  tfi^��d^Qafrl��^^  ;fipger^:pass:^^^  ;GUi^j&rii^  Iji^nnelvcpnstructibb  |;|Hi|Tilton!|rf$t^e.^  local staff, has been transferred to. the  : nOTth^bn' M6ndiiyv^;5 ^W^t^t0^��M''  jiS&iss'M ar^^ "ha*|been  ������ jietrftyfl��� ^the:;:pracMced hand of the ��&  'ipOTt^lii m^'doubly)^^  presence of a couple of handsome lynx  tmitiji^  asm  DRUGS,DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES, fflGH-CLASS  dwfe  'mpbile^^  :ciaj^$is;;:^^  viyeft^  ;Thelljitte^s|^ad  Jos||Strui&^^  day, and after being towed all-over  |he3stre^  arriljdireSt^^  $prd��ro^  ���jtaim^iartel}^^  reveal the faintest glimmer of life in  Wm^|^ipj:iiinprpm  'npuvn^eid^hi^  ieft;;him\Iy;hig^  rp^,^but|",ten ��� ������. ^.th1riut(W:^later^;tne  ^guestfb^  pa^'ttire^  %!>���*.'?  ilB^tii  fcjaa?.'.;siU4";.'y-i-ja  '���*���%>:  ,fo.$re��nW  gll^nk^Kitcjb^  l^tJfon!-Tues^a^  'i^&lfpr-Engla  'crpss^ri;:the,.Cunarder^  ^^ftDayida^  .a''&uej^^^  Sunday.  The previous day be addressed the niein ters^th^Spcal f union/f|fI"  trotted off home to^fihisJiulp a bbne)  >^jil||^pj>er|^  V HCopperas^in'^pme wn'at�� jb^tterjdeii  :ma"ndjv>an^  saysvtheJBostbn^Cbrninelrci  .isjij;||��t&;^i��^  placjrigj&pf^  'fwz^  WW:  m  J.WrHannam  M2S' :������ *-';  -.;.��������  Ilii^^S^raiiiSoil^  jSMtv���l^|t  ��>pjwyr^^  not tlie only comet to make its'ap-  pearance  during   the progress  of a  igriea^lwarJl^  Tempel II   made  its appearance in  ;F^a^p,:Gejfmam  ^en^lNapplMnl^etlf  Waterloo, the Oliver cornet was '.visi-'  p|||in||^ghelyws5^  r^^t,;||ind|a;|y(el^  ^|(>|oji^ppT^fJ:|ap^  ;War^^|jh^]|i^|cpinm^^  '0^Mf^iM^^^M$^?^^l^:  siegeof 'Jerusalem by \ Titus shows  :t||^maffi^  ^ibirSft,-!  ^ ;T-h^JPentict6pi:,Jc^w  _ _  |^|p^facii^  tuj^)pjrftc||lu|ya^^^  'ject0^  |h^nber|||Th^|^^ld^  p^;w^Ulgibe^cJaslin^th  im  1  lo|Miss^;]^se|L^i^agb^  ^B|C^��wasf^Ieinmii^S  .���WP^!��$Sft^  i^v^^Fatherj;Ppmi;p0||^  h1*^ar;-4^v??ti"5^^���^^;:i^ffe:'^;^^^f sppecilication8sma^.be-had::Oninduiry  I  the dry goods window of the Biff store/  *�� Tka  a^~.*i^    ��  ����� tt  ���  I   ti,\j:'Ji       ��� ..".   , ?   ���     I10 tDe Secretary of; Miners    Union.  October SI), up to which: [rebates wil)  |f^pi^|||tiSS3feh(B|fa|fn  ^bid(dir|^h|||i^prt^  ;s^apgunder|jS;;an^  ���whlatiever.'���!;'':''-"^-:f-''v' -'"���������''^u^<:::<��-^*  ���St'"  .V'  ^fffggf^gf_!SfZ^^ ���:::��.-=i;^S>3^.?:;By;brder^'i;;i^3^ -^^.���is:?;*:  MweMaMmMBmam^^   ���  *s^SSWS?[^(?S^K|fi^vKi*?BM!t^  'p1  1  firs  * r  f3?  I. ^  .1 rui  ^^^^^^[^SI^^^^^K^^  ;ii|^iig||jMs|  en%-  '���Vi''i-:V^S'  Call or write for particulars to  ���ay,  P. O. Box 234, PHOENIX, B.C.  c   Thismo^  Mental and Physical Effort.   Speed records that have never been equalled.  The first thing which invariably strikes the attention of one examining the "Silent  Seven" for the first time is the wonderfully responsive touch. No one dreamed that such a  delightful touch could be embodied in the mechanism 6f a machine.  The new tabulator is a marvel of efficiency. The carriage slides noiselessly to the  appointed place and stops without a jar-^n Accomplishment which will lengthen the liferof  the machine. The left marginal release-key is how placed is just the ri&kt position to act  as .an anchor for ihe>fourth finger of the operator, and no competent touch operator will  have any difficulty in changing from any other keyboard to this one.  Ten-year-old(Florence Field, daughter of Cyrus Field,  Professor of Shorthand in Detroit ^Commercial College, wrote  59 words per minute on The Oliver after two weeks' practice.  PRIWTYPE ISOWNSDANO OONTROLLED EXCLUSIVELY BY  THE "OLIVER TYPEWRITER COMPANY."  *  Can You 8p;j$nd 17 Cents a day to better advantage than In  the Purchase ofthte Wonderful Machine.  Wo child's education Is complete without a Knowledge of th��  Oliver Typewriter.  J  *P  N^teMW^tt&LteilX^m


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