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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Sep 12, 1914

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 r%r  wamm*maw&  ��"��S  '8  V(l  V  ':*  .,*  ;- Si",  '14  1  J/ "    '��*  ^fc^��^  ,.  /Hie largest coppm- mines in  the Dominion are situated  at Phoenix, The Granby  Oo. employe1600 men,,and  has a monthly pay roll of  ���< , over $50,000: Two railroads  afford access to the city.  Yui^T^^-   TMB Pjaoismx  pAONSHB   is  1% 2511  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary mining District  k>  SIXTEENTH YEAR  PHOENIX, B.C.,'SATURDAY,  SEPT.   12,  1914'  -*F���  fj  R��^ published   in   the  highest  W*.~ municipality  in   Canada���  *" altitude, 4,800 ft.   The city  "   hyas a population 'of 1,500,'  : and    possesses    first-class <  ^/hotels, opera house, schools  Number 9  Part of German Line Driven Back For Forty-Six Mites  Similkameen Mining    ���  The mining claims in Vo'igt camp'  will be represented at the exposition  at San Francisco by 1,000 pounds of  picked .samples'.  < A trial cleanup was made this  ���"week at the Roaney hydraulic works  on Granite creek, and the result sur-  passed��all expectations.. A splendid  lot of.coar.se gold was found, and an  equal amount of platinum. The  company have one and a half miles  c of flume,-one mile of ditch and 1200  feet of pipe line. If all goes well  $100,000 plant will be installed by  (he company, next year."-  A large pariy of Pittsburg people  are expected in Princeton the latter  part ofahis month to inspect the  famous Voight, Camp- property,  which is said to be one of the largest  and most promising copper propositions in the world. 'A force of men-  has been kept on all summer doing  development work.  The Golden.*"Gate syndicate; af  which R. A. Lambert is manager, is  operating on Granite creek - and  meeting with good success this  season. About two,weeks-ago bedrock was reached, and ��� now the  work of sluicing is going steadily  ahead, and some nice coarse gold is  being found. T. Stewart, one of  the syndicate, is up from Vancouver  at the present lime.���Similkameen  Star.  The Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting & Power Co.,.  Limited.' ���    at  NOTICE. .  New York, Sept. 10, 1914  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,  that    the    Fourteenth    Ordinary  General   Meeting of the Granby  Consolidated Mining, Smelting &  Power Co., Ltd., will be held at  the Branch of the .company, No.  52 Broadway, New  York, N.;Y.,  on Tuesday, the 6th  day of October,   191,4,  at  10.30 a.m.,  for  the  purpose of electing directors  and transacting" any  other   business that may properly come  before the meeting.    The Transfer  Books of the company will- close  at 3   p.m. "on .September 22, and,  reopen at 10  a.m.,   October 6th,  1914."    Dated   this   15th" day   of  September, 1914.  NORTHRUP FOWLER,  Secy.  The following is n summary of naval and military events in the war  .zones up to last night: ,  "A British stemwheelgunboat on Lake Nya.ssa, German East Africa,  has bombarded tbe German station of Langenberg.  The Allies centre to the east of Paris .sustained and repulsed a fierce  attack by three German'army corrk. Part of the enemy's front has now  been thrown back forty .six mile's. The German , arniy" that is passing  through Belgium on the way to Support their right wing is^eing harassed ,by the Belgium army fr u Antwerp who are in hot pursuit of.the invaders, .''��"*��� " Fi     , ,     .  The Germans have deserUfd-the district between Antwerp and Ghent.  They are also reported to be leaving Southern Alsace.  In a heated argument'over, the foreign policy, a Turkish "prince is  reported to have shot one of the Ottoman ministers.  An Austrian destroyer was blown up by a mine near Trieste. An  Austrian steamer has been sunk on the Vistula. ,  *  The Austrian army is assuming the offensive in Lemberg region.  Servians occupy Austrian city after bloody battle.  The^French!   artillery-are   playing  havoc   with the German   ranks,  many of whose prisoners and guns were taken.  Turkey said to be on the eve of war.  The Russian army is making.tepid strides towards Berlin.  Local Hunting  Enemies In Canada  A .Dominion'order-in-council has  been issued calling upon all German  and Austrian subjects in Canada to  deliver .up all arms in their poss  ession to the authorities. The right  of domiciliary search has also been  given the police, that is to say  that police may enter an Austrian  or German resident's house without  the formality of securing a warrant.  The facts   in  connection   with tbe  1  * �� i "*��� -  _   * ���.     '       "r I* *  reported trouble, among the, German  settlers ', in Alberta  are  leaking-- outl  Tjtions the exhibit 'will be'a large one,"  as a great number of live-stock men  have signified their intention ��� of ex-  - Jiibiting.   > r-~    *'.,"'.   ,. , '  / The railroad companies are offer-  ingspecial inducements in   the  way  1 of cheap' raftes?as theyvare>dvertis-  ing single fare for 'the -_ round, trip  from- all points between Medicine  Hat and Vancouver. The dates are  September 23rd, 24th, 25th.  53!  Nelson Fruit Fair  -    One of the new departments added  to the Prize List of this  year's Nel.  son Fruit Fair is that- of live stock  which .includes horses, cattle, .sheep  and swine/ and from >pr'esenV'mdica-J It ;��Bfelfej(.fe%0?ffl^5^?S!  -< .. ��� j<.".Y?^^.'i_..rL^��� '-^-^ effect thatrthe* Germans";in Jthejdis-  tricf surrounding- Prussia,"' in Saskl  atchewan,   had  bought   up all  the  arms and ammunition in the neigh  borhoo'd  reached' the   Royal North!  west '.Mounted" police,- and r.actinjj  ���The Copper Market  The following is culled frrJm Geo.  W. Walker's weekly copper letter  in the current issue of the Boston  Commercial:  J\.  After considerably heavy sales*a  week or 10 days ago the copper  market has again relapsed into  quiet. -Lake is 12^4 to 12^ cents  and electrolytic 12^ cents a pound.  So far there seems to have * been  little if any increase in domestic consumption or volume of buying, and  very few manufactured copper products have been exported. The exports-of raw copper during August  were about 65% of'normal, amounting to 44,074,240 pounds. Great  Britain is obtaining practically all  the "copper   it   requires   from' the  United States, and the price  of the      metal in,London is^about 12^6 cents -   Nova Scotia  a'bound,,wbichisithe>AmertcanrVr-Fce!|^an<d tons^f  Canada's Gifts  Lloyd-George, the British chancellor, says- that tbe issue of the  war will be decided as much by the  "silver bullet," (money) as by the  leaden and steel projectiles of the  armies. The government of this  Dominion evidently thinks so too,  and in addition to an army.of men, is  contributing a million bags'of'flour.  Not to be outdone in. generosity,  the provinces have come forward  with splendid unanimity, and each of  them is credited with the following  offers which have been gratefully  accepted by the Motherland:  Canada���One million sacks of  flour (981bs. each)  Quebec���Four million pounds of  cheese.  - Varying fortune 'has attended the  local hunting parties this week, and  so far the  record  of twenty grouse  to  the - credit,' of  Messrs.   George  Rogers .'and. W., Jenks,' remains unchallenged.   Jfhe *tixt in size, although there'were double the num.  ber  of guns,  was ^'seventeen birds  shot by  Messrs.* Thos.  Richards, J.  Mullin, D. J. Matheson  and O. D.  Bush.    " Another    party   who   were  camped on Williams creek, included  A.   A.   White,  A.   Walters,  Arthur  Geddes  and'-Ted   Diechert.    They  were out, after 'trout,   and say they  experienced  little difficulty in varying tbe  fish'diet with  roast grouse.  A. A. White  says   that the country  adjacentr to their   camping ground  had been visifed   \vith  a  forest fire,  but nevertheless   they  scared  up a  couple of bands of deer, nine in all.  W. Blackstock and  H. McQuoid of  the bank* staff, also  took to the tall  timbers during the week and return-  with   a  bag of seven  birds.     Wm.  Jackson   and   J.   Fuller   got   three  birds,   and O.   D. Bush   with   Slim  Williams   shot   seven   a   few   miles  this side of Rock creek on Thursday.  Up to the present no deer have been  shot by local sportsmen.  Memorable Sea Trip  New Canadians  There is an entire absence of any  feeling of neutrality among the  Scandinavian,, population   of British  Among  the  arrivals   in   Phoenix  this week were  Mrs.  Geo. Stanfield  and her daughter, Jennie, who have  come straight  through   from  England.      The  party   were   about   17 '  days making  the trip   from   Liverpool and travelled,on,"the liner Can-,'  ada  in  company'', with 'three  other *"  big liners, all of whom'were ^ris.tling .  with guns. (    The naval conyoy'con-  sisted of  four cruisers, two  steaming on either side  of the.mailboats>,  one" of which   wsts   the   White Star  liner Mauretania. J   Throughout the  trip no lights were shown, and even  in foggy weather  the  usual signals  by  foghorn , was  omitted   and   the ���  eight ship's were brought to a standstill until the weather cleared.    No  messages by wireless  were allowed  to be sent.    The .vessels  carried a  fulK passenger  list, the   majoriry of  whom    were    returning  Canadians  and    Americans    who    have    been  stranded in   Europe  since  the  out  break of war.    Mrs.   Stanfield   says  that the  excitement  in'the Motherland is dying down, and   thousands  are constantly drilling in the parks '  and   open   spaces.    Week   day services are being held in all the places  of. worship,   some   of them taking  place as early  as five o'clock  in the  morning.  <���;*:���  %  %  %  U.S. Immigration Laws  Columbia.    To, a  The figid enforcement "of the new \  man, their  moral \ United   States, immigration^regula- '''���'���  " 'J?--.'-.  !)&$i#!  under, instructions, from Ottawa, the  plus cost of shipment and insurance;?! atrytpc  ^, TJ>e tendency towajd^curtaUrteijift -^IbW  mines is  extendingiahd'increasirig.'   4��"*.-'-��� ��-"���  It is estimated that" by' thef end of  this month the combined output and  imports of the whole country will  have ,been reduce'd by approximately  50>er cent. This should fully equal  tbe current decrease in tbe conSump  thousand sacks  Saskatchewan-l  hundred horses-^,  " Manitoba���Fifty^  of flour.  Prince Edward Island���One hun  dred thousand bushels of oats.  "New., Brunswick-��� Negotiating-1 Tuesd        before'Judge Brown, were  : j tive demand.                           -                    ./'with   the    home; government   what/ fniiniu'   cr-'Toh"  police. commenced  seizing--aII  arms        It i< altogether probable   that  the/ g^-ft wiU be most acceptable-       - tne  loiipwin^.^joiin  in possession of Germans.       The red (copper producinfir   industry' is   now J     .  1 + .         '        j Ed. .DM^Eroest  M,  port   also  says   that  a  British feeliiig exists.  bitter  anti-  The Big Store  To our Friends and Customers In the City  of Phoenix  A report has been circulated that this  store is going to close up.  We wish to say that this is absolutely  untrue. We have no intention whatever of  closing our stores, norAdo we intend to advance a single price unless the market c'om-  pells us to do so.  ..In-thio Matter of Credit  We intend to deal with each customer  individually, and to extend all the accommodation in our power.  We ask our Customers, however, to pay  us every cent they possibly can, as we are up  against a trying situation even for a firm of  our size.  Play fair with us and you will find that  the Big Store will stay with you during the  hard times.  now I  experiencing: the most extremely un-j  favorable conditions it will be called!  upon to endure as a result of the  European war. A foreig-n demand  for manufactures of copper and brass  is sure to materialize soon, which  should result in largely increasing  the domestic consumption of raw  copper.' Just at present the world s  industries are experiencing that paralysis which normally follows a  severe shock. It is naturally to be  expected that they will gradually recover and that this paralysis will be  succeeded by a; period of radidly increasing activity.  tare. >  Canadians arevalso permitted  to   cross,* except- when   it" can   be  proved   to   the   satisfaction   of   the  officials that   they "are  not in search  of employment.    Ausfrians and Ger- *-^ * .  JE.,. Anderson;./"man subjects-arc   especially warned *jL" tj  Martinson, Gust, j By'both 'the   Canadian''and-"United >,    ���,   rf  tb naturalization among' them; and  those in Phoenix" 'are" well to the  front in the movement. Among tbe  number who took the simple oath on  *   **-     i   FF..F .^\  V   I  ~FF       ***"   ����� ^?*  JLabor Day  ac  , Benson  The heavy   and welcome   rams on  Labor   Day   prevented   anything: in  the nature of a celebration in Phoe- I fp  nix.'     The   gathering   projected   by i U  the Miners' union was called off, as  was also every other outdoor items  that had been  arranged  in honor of  the day.    The   tournament   by  the  members of the Phoenix Tennis club (  was postponed  for a few days, but  the dance scheduled for the evening  took   place  as per arrangement in  the K.P  hall  and was- a great suc-  EricsooM Sven %Nelson   and    David / States authorities --not; to '-make,the  ' attempt.  3C  cess.  Mining Notes of British Columbia  ia  lOrrm,  on  o  o  The Le Roi No.  2   Limited  have  succeeded in   making arrangements  that permitted the reopening of the  Josie mine  for  the shipment of ore  on Tuesday of this week.   The mine  had been  closed down  for slightly  over two weeks, owing to the stringent   situation   resulting   from   the  war.    The  management   state that  bout 1,500 tons of ore will  be extracted monthly.    This necessitates  the   employment   of  about   twenty  men, who are now at work.     About  i one car a day will be shipped to the  j smelter at. Trail.     The  reopening of  j the Josie   has   brought   encourage-  j ment.to the citizens and relief to the  I men who had   been   thrown   out  of  employment.���Rossland Miner.  The Sunrise is doing pretty fair  work since the line weather set in.  They have a Jot of five ore on the  dump and in sacks. That which  has been taken out lately is a steel  galena and a beautiful sample at  that. Good judges say it is the  finest ever seen in this section. So  soon as what is now out is sacked  the mine will have to close, unless  shipping instructions come forward.  In case the ore is held it will have  to be housed for the winter.     If the  iiUllMllnmlwiiniiiaj  prices change for the better, and the ienain.  smelter say so, then the ore will go  forward at once. Since last report,  a ledge from six to ten feet wide,  has been exposed, carrying a good  grade of silver-lead.��� Omineca  Herald.     ,  It is reported that the Star mine,  Sandon, will resume operations  next week. Also that the Surprise  and other, mines there, which have  been running with reduced force for  the past three weeks, will put on the  full complement of men, arid resume  sloping operations.���Slocan Record.  The proposal that the United  States government purchase half the  silver output of that'; country at a  price, of about 52 cents, will furnish  a basis for re-establishing a market  for the white metal, which was demoralized on the announcement of  the war. This may have a beneficial  effect on the mining of silver in  British Columbia as well as in the  United States. With the Mexican  production demoralized by civil war,  and unlikely to assume important,  figures for some years, and with the  production of Cobalt showing a reduction, there is no reason to be discouraged as to the outlook for  silver in this province.-Kaslo Koot-  Phone 56  P. O. Box 309  The Little Store  First Street.  McKay & Knight, Props.  We do not intend to close out  our business as-is rumored  around town.  During the Close-  Down we are Selling at Cost Prices  FOR CASH  Our Prices Are Right.  Prompt Delivery.  ii  The Store  n  U?siwi3i ..Aw**"* (p��4 I��,>IWWJ| 4\t* * rVr*i*^^***x>*Mj<im*��*vVumrfb!1lUKtiS^^^fJEJi  10M   PJOJSEEB,   PJtQEJSIX,   ORWm   COJLOMBJA-  MO ALUM  rwaRFeoTSj  JPMW'TEIi <  and     "culture"���was    how    they  "could hack their way through."  It will need nothing more than  this brazen admission by the German Chancellor to damn Germany  in the judgment of the civilized  world.���Winnipeg Free Press.  Heartily Welcomed  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  '' " issued;<wbeklyff  V'AT PhOB.VIX,' BuiTrStt/CoLUMBrA  "^ "l    *���'>���" J, \    i. ^  /���Subscription, '2*00 per'year  '  ������ ! i  ������'     2.50 to United States.  "    -,  ,,      G. Kav, Publisher.  We shall -have to, begin all over  again and rebuild all that .has, been  thrown down in the last few terrible days:  Less than fifty men have Iain  Europe in moral ruin. The Austrian  emperor made the first move; the  German emperor swept the board;  and on these two men1 lie the burden of the greatest crime of modern  Europe.* They are enemies to civilization.���Public Opinion.  ��������*  1 JLDVZRTliiSQ SOA&E       '   '   " {  Application tor Liquor Licence (30 days) . 90.00  Aprlleation tor Transfer ot Licence ... ..17.50  dertiflcate of Improvement notioe (60 days) $7.50  Application to Purchase Land notices (60 days)  ' ,     '. , .'... 17.50  Delinquent Co-cwner notices (00 days) .... f 10.00  Small Water Notices Wdaye).      c.   . ,f$7.��0  'Delinquent Co-Owuerehlp notice* 00 days 925.00  Duplicate Certificate' of Title notices... .\. 98.00  Cards of Thnnkq, fiC^conts.1  All other legal advertising, 17 cents a line,  ��� single column, foi the ly-st insertion; and 8  cents a line for each subsequent insertion, nonpareil measurement.  , -'  Display ads $1.00 per inch,, single  column,   per month.   Transient" ads.  ���>fi0c. per,incb, per issue; subsequent in-  'sertions, 35c' per inch. /s   Z   '     ��\  -   M, ClemenceauJ ^formerly a prime  minister of France',  says* the  world  is thoroughly sick  of the  antics of  the    would-be   .almighty    Kaiser.  "This     'crowned'  comedian,'   who  pushed, his    nose-into .everything;  who posed as a soldier, sailor, philosopher, .  artist,     dramatist,   poet,  parson and everything else���talking  about everything.and" saying nothing at all."  The reception accorded .pur friend  "Tommy Atkins" by the French  populace has evidently exceeded h\<  most sanguine expectations. The  following are extracts of letters recently received in England:  "We are all in good heart, our  only anxiety being to get at the  Germans. The French troops we  encounter are fine fellows; but we  are not impressed with the fighting  calibre of the German prisoners we  see. The message from the King  was received with great cheering by  our fellows."  "The warmth of our welcome has  astonished us all. Likewise the interest taken,, in our army and its  officers by the French soldiers and  'people. 'When is Kishenaire coming?' is a shout we hear in English  as we pass along."       ' "     <���>  "I have never seen such enthusiasm. Old men, women and children fight in the streets to get close  enough to shake hands with us, or  beg a piece of cloth or a button from  our uniforms as mementoes of.'the  'Entente'  as  they  call   it.    Atone  Coming: Events  Vancouver  Fair,   September  3rd  to Sth.  Spokane Interstate Fair, Septem  ber 12 to 20.  Labor Day celebration in Phoenix,  September 7th.  King Edward Lodge  No. 38, A.P. and /LWI.  Regular communication at 8  ���p.m.  Second Thursday of  each month,  emergent meetings as called; Masonic  MeHale Block.  W.  J. PlEBCJE,  W.M  John Fini,.  ay;  Sec  Jr.,  eoy.  I. O. O. Fi  Snowshoe Lodge  No. 46  Meets every Monday Evening at'  Minerb'- Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  Harry Elsmore, Noble Grand.  A. E. McKinnon, Pin. Secy,  Jas. Pierce, Bee. Secy.  We have heard a good deal of  atrocities of late, but wait till"we  Hear* the German account of the  Cossacks' yisit to Berlin. Do not  be surprised tc learn that��the favorite food of the Cossack is a fat German burgomaster.  It seems that the 'Kaiser has  made'a lifelong study'of maps, but  as sonie��� has, truthfully said "you''  pever/meet^wifri  difficulties  on   a  village the women clamored for  locks of our hair, and they had to  get them. Even the - sick are  helped to  the doors to see us pass  by."        .  "Our fellows, have entered into  this work with far'greater spirit than  they did the South African war.  The French fellows are teaching us  the 'Marseillaise,' and we teach  them 'God Save the King.! They  want to learn all of 'Rule Britannia,'  but that/verse about 'The-French  they were defeated' rules it out."  Daughters of Rebekah  Phoonix Lodge No. 17  Meets in   the  Miners'  Union -. Lodge  Hall First and Third Wednesdays.  Mrs. B. K. Barnes, Noble Grand  Mze. A. I). McKenale, Secretary.  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES*  This amazing offer���the New Model American Oliver Typewriter No. 5 at 17c. a Day���is open to everybody, everywhere.  It is'our new and immensely popular plan of selling Oliver Typewriters on little easy payments. The abandonment of longhand intfavor  of clean, legible, Beautiful typewriting is the next great step in human  progress. The American Oliver, with the largest sale of any typewriter  in existence, was the logical machine to take the initiative in bringing  about the universal use of typewriters.     It always leads !  Clerks on small salaries can now afford to own Olivers. By utilizing spare moments for practice they may fit themselves for mors important positions. A small first payment brings the machine, then you  save 17c. a day and pay monthly.  <    ( -   -  '"    G. KAY, Agent, Phoenix.  Phoenix Aorle No. 158  Meets in Union Hall, Friday Evenings.  Visiting brothers are always welcome.  Dan Patterson, W. P.  T. B.( Clarke, W. Secy.  A typical instance of *the autocra-  'An'Austrian waiter,-who was ar-itic  attitude/of the Teuton  officers  rested  in   London,   was fined $500 J rowards their men is afforded by the  for carrying a revolver.  re.  l 4.^  Shoes  \iM  Fltt  , We makVa' specialty^qf Miners'  'Shoes; good fit, nice shape, and  nothing but the best of stock used  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  8  1 *   F.  -Ml ,f&.  ��Bb  ne"AspeeeH* iinade'4ins' the  >5,Reichstag>nfAugust^ in iustifical  ' I' tion of*the' war./ --The vital passag-e  . in the speech was-the-followin'e;'  ^,    "Gentlemen,' we vare   now;in'a  state    ofr'necessity,   and -��� necessity I   X. NICK   PALORCIA,  i   knows no  law!    Our  troops  have I Knob Hill Ave,'     Phoonix, B.O  occupied   LuxembuVg  and   perhaps I  (as   a   matter  of  fact  the  speaker  knew that Belgium had b'een invaded  that   morning)  are  already   on  Belgian soil..    Gentlemen,   that  is  contrary, to the dictates of international  law.V   It ~'is   true  that  the  French''government    has  declared  / ' *" "��� >���'      *  'lat Brussels vthat'^France "is willing  'to respect the" neutrality of Belgium  -as long as her ..opponent respects' iti  >We lcndw,r JipweverJ that France  1 stood ready fot;"the.,invasion/ France  '.could wait,ibut\ve* could * not wait.  ^lA French"rnovement upon our flank  -. upon the lower Rhine might have  t'been disastrous. So we were com.  i pelled to override the just protest of  tithe Luxemburg and Belgian governments. The wrong���I speak open-  i ly���that we are committing, we"will  endeavor to  make .good as soon as  our military goal has  been reached  Anybody whOi isv threatened, as we  are threatened,  and  is   fighting for  his  highest  possessions ��� can   have  only one   thought���how  he   is  to  hack his way through (wie.er sich  durchhaut)!"      '���     ' * '  There was   never a  more cynical  avowal of the  moral" bankruptcy of  a nation.     Belgium,  whose protest  was "just," the  invasion  of whose  territory     was     admitted   ..to     be  "wrong," lies bleeding, dismember  ed and   outraged   because   the only  thought that possessed the minds of  the Germans���those champions upon their own count of "civilization"  J  action  who commanded the garrison at  Strassburg just prior to the commencement of the war. He issued a  general order directing that' his  motor car should run backwards  and forwards before the troops on  parade daily, so that, when out in  the town they- would be able to pick  it'ou^\The\general^:t seems, was  ^wrathful because" his soldiers'failed  to salute him as. he whizzed along  the streets in his^car." When called  upon to -account for their "breach  of discipline,'" each- man'sr excuse  was'that he did not recognize the  mighty one's car.  K. of P. Lodge,  No. 28    Ph������S!*>  of   General  Voa DeimlingJ-w,^. .��__.,���   "   _,  .   .     ,       "> *'J Meets TuBSDA-'Y Evening at  .~ ^^   *u_       _.  glooming,   brother*   cordially  eomed. .  C7 H. Knight, C. C.    ,  B. E. Barnes, K. of B. S.  PYTHIAN SISTERS  Mountain Tomplo Locls* No. 17  : �� i,  . r    t  ; "���   Meets In Pythlnn Hall, Lower Town -  SeoondtodFourUiThnwdayB.   '"'   ,  -1 ' ^F      "  Mrs. A. Di-MeKetude  ,    '-    M.B.C.,.-  Mrs. kCTep. Sarnes,  - __    w      M.B.C. , x  r  Why  PRIZE CATTLE AT SPOKANE FAIR, SEPT. 15 to 21, 1914  throw away your good  OVERALLS, because  they are greasy. We  can wash them to look  as 'good as new.      We also make a  Specialty of Blankets and  Carpets.  A TRIAL WILL OONVINOE YOU,  ,7*  RECO STEAM LAUNDRY  Phone SO.  Dominion Ave.  Spokane Interstate Fair  -  "   > '    SEPTEMBER 12-20  J20 R^iirii  Return Sept 21  On Sale 11th.and 12th.  \ *s J,  . I' J.V. INGRAM, Agent, Phoenix.  "i.- ^  '.^*: .'���>.- ���   '���". 'r���? ^.B , ���  Reduced Fares i Summer    Of 1914    '  Oh sale June 1st to September .30th.  Final   Return  limit,  October, 31st.  ��"  *r  fJI  1'      !�����  UTTON  BED  tor garden and farm or�� best  forB.C.Soil.S��*? Catalogue fox  solid. jfifUFOjraxntee of purity  emxL ijermiiiatioti  S mid now ��ox Copy free  Si wU��n&Sons.Thc Kind's Socman  Readitu^i England  A. %f ,^WV oodward  Victoria     K      Vancouver  *IS rorr SC   -      - 667.GranvilleSh   .  fOLK ackmt�� rant britism Columbia j  Winnipeg, $60.00 Montreal, $150.00  St. Paul - 60.00 St. John - 120.00  72.50 Halifax - 129.35  92.00 New York 108.50  Chicago -  Toronto -  Compartment Observation Cars, Electric Lighted  Standard Sleepers.  ft  ervBC��  J. V. MURPHY,  DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT, NELSON, B. C  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MINING REGULATIONS  ,Coal mining i-ights of the Dominion,,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, thejMoith-  j west Territories and in a portion of the  Province of British Columbia, may be  leased for a term of twenty-one years  at an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,660 acres will be leased to  one applicant.  " Application for a lease must be made  by tne applicant in person to the  Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in  which the rights applied for are situated.  In'surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in tinsur-'  ;veyed territory the tract appliedfbrV  shall be staked out by the applicant'  himself. /'  Each  application   must be  accom-  fianied by a fee of $6.which will be rounded if the rights applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on . the merchantable  output of the mine at the rate of five  cents per ton. .  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  Boyalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights ai'e not being operated,7 such returns should be furnished at least once  a yeeuc.  The lease will include the coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available  surface fights 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 ofthe  Department of the Interior, Ottawa,  or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  , W.W. OORY,    '  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���Unauthorized  publication  of  this advertisement will not be paid,for.  ���306W. -  Send in Your Stationery Orders and  Holiday Printing: to the  Phoenix - Pioneer  THE HOME OF  ARTISTIC  A BUSINESS MAN  IS  KNOWN  BY THE  QUALITY OF PRINTING HE USES  Our-Stock of Stationery is the Best that can be procured in  Canada, and our Workmanship will meet with your approval  Why Not Have Your Stationery  Printed by Us?  We make a "specialty of Letterheads, Envelopes, Billheads,  Note Heads, Memos., Visiting Cards, Menus, Posters,  Wedding-Invitations, Check Books, By-Laws,  and in fact anything done with Printers'  INK AND PAPER !  No Job Too Large, None too Small  $2.00 per Year in Advance. $2.50 per Year to U. S.  ���k  ft*  ,&  \h��*  Jt��  }f*-fc. ���  fcwrx .^iMwviw^BijHJij  ~*--U*��^^  fa&mma***  KWfTJ", f?,  :?#  THE    PIONEEB,    PHOENIX,    BKITISH   COLUMBIA.  ��� ������in��� a j.m  m  9  Wives!  Mothers!  ^ JustaWordWithYou!  BBta^^f ^JHJ.'PhV JePl^eI,cat? *hlnK-!t very easily  Pf' force's Favorite Prescription  ! f? _n a t a u tj d n a b 3 ii n  .rj     .    .   J..'k^IiiHir" rn-������-*--  -  X.  ^M ^ "fr1- II^ITIBIiMIM^f-fff^^  The  Queen's Hotel  COMPLETELY REFURNISHED AND  REFITTED  ^  * We beg to announce thereopening ofthe 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.  :-',>,    v Night and Day Service  .Patronsof this hotel will,find in it all the comforts ot-home.  Perfect satisfaction is assured all our guests. ��� Jt i.s     -  ,'.,-.   - the most centrally located.hotel in town.  Bar Stocked with Best Wines, Liquors, Cigars  K.  WALSH & HARTMAN, Props.  FIR8T STREET AND KNOB HILL AVENUE  9:%m  Should come from healthy and vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  imhner Separated Cream insures purity and  quality. '      The Dairy produces both.  TH E D AIR Y       J. W. Han nam, Prop.  THE PHOENIX GARAGE  *-   *"-":.''���    .STRUTZEL & - HOWER,  PROPS. .. ^  KNOB  'HliLCAVENUE       ^      :  Goodyear Tires and Tubes  Accessories  Gasoline  Repairing  Vulcanizing  Compressed Air on Draught  . Alfred Grundy has been appointed  chief of poMcc of Merritt.  A very large .mountain lion was  seen, and fired at by hunters near  Cranbrook la.st week.  Some millions of ten shilling notes  are now in circulation in the United  Kingdom.  Although there i.s no war. with  Turkey, the British government has  forbidden the Welsh exporters to  ship coal to Turkish ports.  During the fighting at Leige, a  detachment of 101 British nurses  andMen doctors with an X.Ray up.  paraius were landed in Belgium'.  Ed. Clark, formerly editor'^of the  Coalmpnt Courier, passed through  Princeton a few days ago en route  for San.Francisco.  While on her memorable voyage  to-Canada, a short time ago, the  White Star liner, Mauretania, attained a speed of 27 knots an  hour.  A convict serving a sentence -of  two  years,    at  New   Westminster,  was released.a few days ago and al-  owed to' return  to  England  to join  his regiment.  But few people "of the Kootenay  valley realize the number of sturgeon whichare caught each year in  the Kootenay river. Fish from 100  to 300 pounds are frequently caught  at Bonners  Ferry. >.  A force of British native troops in  addition to wrecking the wireless  station in Togoland, have sunk the  German surveying ship and completely destroyed the large' floating  dock at Dar-es-Salaam, the chief  port of German East Africa. '   ,  A German subject, who suddenly  quit his job in a mine near Nelson,  with \he evident intention of making  his way back to the Fatherland to  fight, returned a short time after  and asked for his old job back  again. The foreman, however^ was'  made of tbe right stuff, and pulling,  out his. watch informed the Teuton  of the time the next boat left.  Waking Up  Spokane, Wash., Sept. 11.���  Pointing to the European war situ-  ation as an example of the necessity  for preparedness; the Spokane  Chamber of Commerce has adopted  resolutions requesting the government of the United States to provide  "a proper military organization and  an adequate reserve system with all  dispatch."  Copies of the resolutions have  been forwarded to scores or organ-  izations along the Pacific coast in an  effort to arouse "pyblic sentiment.  It i.s emphasized that there are millions of trained soldiers, armed and  equipped,.-now on' foot, a large  number of whom are aggressively  engaged. "This activity," the resolution continues, "developed so suddenly, that not a single monthly or  weekly publication of our country,  at the time, contained any intimation  of an impending crisis.  "The hapless^tas'k of a nation defending itself with untrained troops  .against such armies as are now in  the field is apparent. If we ever  are called to defend our country it  will be against armies of trained  men. We call attention to the  truism that under modern conditions,  that government which must raise,  arm, equip, and train its armies to  meet a crisis after the fact,  sesses elements of weakness."  Fire1  UV<Ci��  oox linings withstand years of use be-  ^c!e of McClary Semi-Steel.   See a  You'll notice tiie imings are  taiade in nine pieces. There's  a good reason-ask the McClary dealer;  by Morrin-Thompson & Co.  Hotel Brooklyn  The Only First-Class and Up-To-Date  '   Hotel in Phoenix.     New from^cellar  r   ���    to roof.     Best Sample Rooms in the  Boundary,   Opposite    Great   Northern  Depot.      ���������   y      Modern Bathrooms.       f  i  A i  .' I-,  sft  pos.  THE KNOB HILL HOTEL  A. O. Johnson, Prop. ���  First-Class Accommodation for Miners  FINEST OF WINES, LIQUORS AND OIGARS IN STOCK.  'PHONE 72. YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.  " The- Dominion   government  fruit  crop    report    from   the   Okanagan  district contains   the following promising facts:    Dry weather ripening  late peachr crop  three weeks earlier  than last-year;   the same   applies to  pears,   plums   and   prunes.       Plum.-  very heavy.       Bart/ett pears 1O0 per  cent increase over last year.    Apples  30   per   cent   increase 'and    quality  high.  It has   now   leaked   out   that the  pursuit    of    the   German    cruisers  Breslau   and    Goeben   was. so . hot  that one of the British cruisers actually    entered    the entrance   to   the  Dardanelles   after'   them,   but   was  'forced to   retire when   the   guns  of  the Turkish   batteries were  pointed  at  her.     When   the   German   ships  put in at Messina, Sicily, the natives  hooted   the   crews   and   refused    to  even sell them fruits.  To prevent- overworking of horses  the .Spokane Humane Society has  evolved- a system 'of placarding  steets on every hill in the city with  information as to per cent" of grade  and the maximum, load advisable.  The proposed schedule runs all the  way from a load of 9,000 pounds for  a 3,000 poqnd team on a 2 per cent  grade, to 3,000 pounds for the same  team on a 10 per cent grade. Each  transfer company or other company  using horses for teaming will be  given printed cards .showing the  grades of every street in , Spokane,  so that loads may be fixed within  the lirnit at the starting point. To  further facilitate tbe working of the  system, each hill -will, be placarded]  with its per cent of- incline, and.if  there are other easier routes to the  top directions will be given on'tbe  card telling drivers-which streets to  follow,  STEAM HEATED.  P. D. Bush, Prop.  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix, B.C.  m  The Phoenix Club  Dteichert & Morris, Props.  PIPES, CIGARS, TOBACCOS, CIGARETTES  BEST BRANDS ALWAYS ON HAND.  Special Line ofthe Famous Haid Chocolates  Smokers'Supplies.       Soft Drinks       ^  ENGLISH BILLIARDS,   POOL,   BOWLINQ AU-EYS  l'5-#>'  Evtry Woman  ^',**���> j  ���f'^-1  Everything in Men's Wear  should  idetful  ���e wonderful  Wdiling ^Spray.  Clothing:  Underwear  Shirts  Shoes  Hats-  Caps, etc.  The Strathcona Hotel  nelson; b. c.  Thos. Brown  "Everything a Man  Wears"  Almstrom's   Book Store  Stationery, Confectionery and Fancy Goods  Kodak Supplies and Wall Papers.  All the latest Books and Newspapers.  Phoenix. B. C.  i  *  Phoenix- S'f'O o*a  T  itiP  Greenwood    ^t^gc, j^mc  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 8.45 a.m. ���>  (i lt        lower town,   9.00a.m. [Standard Time  Leave Greenwood 3.00 p.m. J  PROMPT ATTENTION.TO  EXPRESS AND  FREIGHT  .   ..J. DULLER, Proprietor  By   order   of    the   war   office all  pigeon racing- in the   United   Kingdom.is prohibited.    This   is  due   to  the fear that  Germans  in   England  may   be   using   the    birds   to   take  messages to the ��� Fatherland.     It is  now an open secret that the enemy  have "had   a well   organized   carrier  pigeon service for years in England,  and acting  under  orders  the police  throughout Great Britain have been  busy twisting the  necks of all  birds  owned   by  other   than   British sub-|  jects.     The   German   birds   have  a  broader   ring   round   the    leg than  those   on   British   birds,   and    each  ring is stamped with the letter "K."  J. W. Stewart, of Vancouver, has  been thanked by the Dominion  Minister of Militia for his work in  outfitting the 72nd Highlanders. It  appears that upon the arrival of the  VancouAer regiment at Valcartier,  it was found that they were deficient in uniforms and other equipment. The officer commanding immediately telegraphed his wants to  Mr. Stewart, who in turn wiied  back that he would pay for everything required. The contribution  totalled about $15,000. In addition  it'is also learned that Mr. Stewart  is bearing the expense, in conjunction with the Duke of Sutherland,  of outfitting a regiment of Highlanders in Scotland.  8team Heated Throughout  for  The Finest Accommodation  the Travelling: Public.   ,  DININQROO M    SERVICE  UNEXCELLED.  Nine Well-Liffhted  SamRlerooms.  Phone 12  JAS,  MARSHALL,  PROP.  NEW VICTOR RECORDS  A Nice Selection ofthe Latest  Victor Records, especially  the latest dance music  New Song^s, etc.  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders.     Phone A65.  James G. McKeown  COME AND LOOK THEM OVER  E. A. Black, Jeweler |  A  Real  Jbasar  Simulation  IGOLD WATCH FR  A atralthtforward irenoroaa  offer from an oatablkhod  firm. Wo ara firing away  Watches to thousands ol  people all orer tho  world m a huge  adrortlsoment. Now  la your cbaneo to  obtain one. Write  now. enclosing is  cents for one of our  fashionable Ladles  Lonu Guards, 01  Oents' Alberta, sent  carriage paid to wear  with tho watch, which  will be BlTon Froo  (these watches aro  euarantocd five years),  ahonld you take advantage of oar marvol-  Ions offer. Wo eipect yon to tell your friends  ���boat as and show them the beautKnl watch.  Don't think this offer too (ood to be tras, bat tend  SS oonllo to-day and tain a Tito Watch. Von  will be iimawd-wrUJAMS 4 LLOYD. 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Mrs.  W. Tatham,' accompanied, by
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visit to,h^r: si8't;er;atjddl^
receri tly in Ctheti; fchtsi MplsbnSibc^ity;;
looking upVa;8upplyl;dflhay for winter?
requirements.' H <v ■'■■* 'X-sZfiifr. -' :'v^'; I %.(-?-:"/.:
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7.80 p.m., Sunday school at 2 p.iii.   -All
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ed.withiil government gang fighting
:there:lia8.gone op[to)JtedtiyX'£%i:~?y$k
Seattle^ Wash;;^Pendletb^;riOregb'n^
ito> those;. tHree : hi ties* a iHitherfrb-the"
local office>:has ^closed at"t^n b'clo^ki;
;hut>hereafter ;it; will" ;beipbssible-;tb
cbnimunicate;^with iall'fbiits^ieFippint^
on thesystem at any hour of the:dayj
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Miss:!• JEtillaSMattinBonVAiobk;; place vb"h;
jWednesday,; itViigiist !9thjwat^Gb!ville*
.Wash. ;! Afterlthe tereriibhyj,at-wbtch
■W. Perkins; father^bfcW^XiyPevkinsii
^as* witne8s,ftKe:newly-mar
ple;started bri^ajfchree^weeks! wedding
itirip;? by;.; iub'tbr^ through
itiim Spokane idi8tricts;#gMr^
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plar'ion tne^'cardr'^/gj:;'.''^;;;^';'^
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by her son, Jack, arrived in town on
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wmmM&mmmmmm ^p^t^^f^^i^gm^m^
brother of the' latter, is also here on a
motor-cycle,vten.hprse-pbwer de luxe ;
engine,' speedometer, etc. Machine hasr
not been rutt a thousaud miles tind isJ
.Thui^ay ^ttiati bis brother,^ Bbbert,'
uianager^' of the ,Qr»nby'hotel, ? was
l senduisly ill,in,Spokaiae;;an' oper<4tion
t*\w Mil Mil tlti I ii ti 1>II II ■"■■ ■■ V    i^aiomcarl   {>m"
, .  here
for the past few weSks, in connection
with, the estate of his late brother,
left hurriedly for his home at Bromley,
Mich., on Saturday last, 'haVing re-
m"'™'' the news of his mothers serious
Mr. Biordan strongly advises
friends of the necessity of making
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/four miles north- of Curlew, in Ferry
mam county road between Curlew'and'
acres is well timbered, and 80 - acres is
rich loam, good for plowing; - 60 acres
of the latter being bottom, and 20 acres
and ^British ^Columbia" railway;5passes
lif^roni'jof the dwelling house, and the,
Gi'eatr Northern railway traverses the
iiearestlandi on the Feast tidefof the
'tiver; -The improvements consist >pf
fencing, a barn, cPw shed and several
other buildinge. Price $3,000. "" ~"
- Terms, $500 spot cash, and the balance, bearing six per cent interest per
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Propertyin British SmbiaJ of ^'^   Deed to'be placed in escrow   test   tubes    containing   millions   of
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}:^-;.^rhe$^|i:: bf ;tubercujpsis;; is claiming
. :0.ver>^brk,: worry, weakness-after sick-
^toes^f^tarrhV bronchitis, tenfler :thrbats-
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;:'.;;.y-Fivrst-class;; Fir; and; Tam-
pv'r: and Tamarac^ double cut^
r.       _, , ■    »   .        i <ind delivered to the purchaser at the
[t may be news to some people here J.. „        ,".        ..r  ,    . -
know that it is possible^ hold a   firae   of  ^ak'^K   h,s   last   payment.'
conversation, on the telephone,  withj^-PPly to   M.   H.- Joseph,   Republic,
such   outlying points as Vancouver,   Wash,-U.S.A.
germs   were   found   on   him.   , It ^is*'
supposed  that   he   intended   to   use
tbe contents of the tpbe to contaminate the water supply.
aiedicme for all Female Complaint. $5 a box,
or three for $10, at drag stores. Mailed tafcny
address on receipt of price. The Scozusia. Dxtra
Co.. St. Catharines. Ontario. t	
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for Nerve and Brain; increase* '"grey mat .
n Tonic—will build you up $8 a box, or two for
I |S;-nt drug stores, or by mail on receipt of price.
I Tub ScoheifX. Drtjo Co.. St. Catharines, Ontario.
and Vitality;
Save over $25
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can buy DOMINION PRIDE RANGE at Factcry Price
Direct from tbe Latest Malleable Range Works las Canada
THE price which the Dealer quotes you on a Range ' cost, a small profit, and freight.    The difference to you
is made up  like this — Manufacturing Cost + is the difference between the $41 to $49 which you pay
Manufacturer's   Profit + Jobber's   Expense   of for a "DOMINION PRIDE" Range and the $69 to $78
Handling   and Selling + Jobber's   Profit + Retailer's which you would have to pay the Dealer for a Range
Expense ol Handling and Selling + Retailer's Profit + which cost as much to make.    ,
Freight. Are you anxious to contribute $25 or .$30 to the
By our direct "Factory to Kitehea" selling plan all middlemen?
these charges are cut otit except the actual manufacturing In the—
1 Eci* 8s « Book Worffih fflawfiag
Ir J**" Sbo,;t cooMb* from the time tbe
A £*Te D^ellera used to put hot stonec In
* the pot to bofl It. The Book contains
Interesting Information gathered
from many sources and 1* illustrated   profusely.
jBosSt Stave
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Ef?H    Sf'it/to  any parfc pf the Do-
JwISL minion for^2.00 a yea*.
Tbe "EvoMea of
OieCo»k Stove"
also tells all about
tin "Dominion
.Pride"   Ranges.  ,
Whether you need   I
a Range just now   1
or  not   you  trill
enjoy this book.
Write l»r tree cepy.
<rfhmmm«i,imm'*tmmmm,~„„.  nmsmiinimri
yon get a full dollar's worth of actual stove value bright polished top spick and spaa with a few rubs
for every dollar you pay. of a cloth. Your husband will be more than pleased
The "DOMINION PRIDE" is made of tough, with the reduction in the coal or wood bill—for
strong malleable iron and the best blue polished the "DOMINION PRIDE" saves, by actual tests,
fiteel—materials that will neither warp, crack nor 30% of the fuel.
break, so that it will last a lifetime.    It is made in A "DOMINION PRIDE" Range, witn High
the largest Malleable Iron Range Works in Canada, Closet Shelf and Elevated Tank or Flush Reservoir,
and each range is backed by our unconditional with Zinc Sheet to go under range, 8 sections Blue
-guarantee. Polished Steel Pipe and 2 Elbows, will be.delivered
The "DOMINION PRIDE" looks well, cooks to   any   Station  in    Ontario,    Quebec    or   the
well, saves fuel and is easily cleaned.   You'll be " Maritime Provinces for $41, or to any Station in
proud of its neat, handsome appearance in your the Four Western Provinces for JS49—$5 to be sent
kitchen, and of the appetizing food it will cook to with order and balance to be paid when Range is
perfection for you.   You'll appreciate, the ease of delivered at your Station.  If not convenient to pay
Keeping Ha blue polished-steel surface and the cash we wUl arrange to accept your note.
1 VA
Canada Malleable & Steel EarageM
Whan writing it will be a distinct favor to us if you will mention this paper.
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