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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Sep 18, 1915

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Array '''���K'.m&^&t^SSS^  ,r..r.,.,,.;Jh,^^^  S.I&'  tig*  .v*. : ..���������    . ������  jfhe largest copper mines m  the Dominion are situated  at Phoenix. The Granby  Co., employs 500 men, and  has a monthly pay .roll of  over $50,000: Two railroads  afford access to the city.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District  The Phobnix Pioneer, is  published in the highest  municipality in Canada���  altitude, 4,800 ft. The oity  has a population 'bf 1,600*  and possesses first-class  hotels, opera house, schools  SEVENTEENTH YEAR  MORE PRIZES FOR  PHOENIX POULTRY  PHOENIX, B.C., SATURDAY, SEPT.  18, 1915  F. Frederick Awarded 14  Blue Ribbons���2 Shows  Yield 23 Prizes.  B. C. Mining  Following' closely on his capture  of nine prizes at Ihe Vancouver Exhibition,   Fred   Frederick   has  now-  been informed of the further success  of his   fine  exhibit of Rhode Island  "Whites  at the Spokane" Interstate  Fair.    This  latter triumph is even  more remarkable  than the'showing  made by-the birds at Vancouver, in  view of the fact that Washington is  now  a centre  for  breeders of this  particular species  of fowl and con-  "sequently the competition must have  been exceptionally keen.     Fourteen  prizes in   all were   awarded   him by  the American judges, one  of whom  is  a  famous  breeder  of the   R.I.  Whites in the  east.    The consignment from   Phoenix  numbered thirteen, and   fourteen   prizes   went   to  them, the  following  being  the list:  First, second,  third, and  fourth for  cockerel; first, second, third, fourth  and fifth for pullet; a first and second  for a pen of four pullets and a-cockerel; and three special prizes offered  by the Rhode  Island White Club of  America for the  best pullet, cockerel   and   young   pen   at    the   show,  which worked out at fourteen prizes  for the total exhibit of thirteen bird.*-;.  It is claimed for the Rhode Island  White that the bird matures rapidly;  is a good layer, wilh a projpensity to  lay in the winter, and is nocsb liable  to disease. 'Its   weight   is   another  recommendation and, with its white  flesh,    makes    it'  about   the   best  p'.    ' ^  general utility -fowl- -in existence  today. The standard 'weight for  the full-grown .rooster and hen is  8}4 and 6}4 pounds respectively,  7^Ibs for the cockerel* and ~5Ibs for  the pullet. *~  Mr. O'Farrell has just completed a  tour of the Kootenay mining camps  in the interest of the Canadian Pacific whose plans for the quick development of the metal mining industry  he is engaged in advancing.  Work on the London group of  claims in the Indian River district is  now proceeding under contract, according to W. J. Mogridge. The  tunnel already, run on  the London  Number 10  Autumn Notes  ^$6,540 COLLECTED  The closing.summer has,been re-       nn __-     ��TTr,��-��rym  e* a  markable   on -account  ofthe eriorl       U"   TO   AUGUST  31  mous number of'uyellow j.ickets"  or wasps, exceeding the* product of  any year in the lastquarter of a cen-  tury. Instead of the hundred thousands, they were to be counted rather by the millions, and were just as  vicious as they were numerous; *J^  Loggers and teamsters all. testify  that it was impossible to go anywhere in   the woods without'arous-  .-.--���,.        .   ., .  ���..-..    . iingthe spite of these pests, whose  is in 7a   feet, and   the  contract just   ,'*��� ���.      " v      '  ��� 11   c .      '        ' c  tnn dwellin  given calls for an extension   of   100  feet.    Up to   the   present  time  the  tunnel is all in ore which, while it is  pf low grade, is improving in value  as the tunnel is advanced.  For the first time this year receipts  of ore in'a single week at the  smel  ter at  Trail, exceeded   10,000  tons  during tbe week   ended   last   Satur-  gs for some reasons were  nearly always built in the ground,*:  instead of as in other seasons, the  mpre usual paper mache hives hanging pendant from a tree branch, The  bush in the neighborhood of the  Skylark mine was particularly af-  licted by these- colonists from the  nether regions, whose only redeem-  ing point seems  to lie in the fact of  War Relief Committee Disburses Further Sums���  |    Joins Flying Corps.  War Pictures  Phoenix is to have a representative in the Canadian Flying Corps,  and within the space of a few  pionths, if all goes well, he hopes  $6 be dropping his calling cards in  and beyond the German lines in  France or" Belgium. This was decided  on   Monday, at   the   monthly  G. M. Thompson,- president and  manager of the Calgary News-Telegram, will-be in Phoenix in advance  of the forthcoming war motion picture entertainment, which is to be  given on -Wednesday, September  22nd, in aid of a'I fund for augmenting, the government pensions  and allowances to sick and disabled  Canadian soldiers. Mr. Thompson  carries credentials from the government recommending that school officials make an effort to interest the  children with a view to arranging  for an afternoon matinee.  PREDICTS EXTRA  GRANBY DIVIDEND  With Copper at 18c, Company Are Earning $24  Per Share.  The Pioneer  is  now ready to re-  nfeeting of the  Phoenix War Relief ceive 25c. subscriptions to the Over-  Fund Committee, which met at the  seas Club tobacco fund.     The mon-  day.     For that period  the   mines of- their  voracity - towards the ubiqui  Rossland shipped 6623 tons, of which ' tous mosquit0) while the fortunately  the Le Roi contributed 3806, taking  )ess  nijmeroiIS   biack hornet, as we  the lead over the Centre star by  nearly 300 tons. Rossland's shipments for the year to date now total  274,821 tons. The Standard mine  at Silverton shipped 219 tons during  the week. It total for the year is  267 tons.���-.Rossland Miner.  A. Erskine Smith has returned  from a trip -through the Skeena  "river and Hazelton districts, during  which he inspected a number of  properties, including the Cordilera  and Copper King group on Kitselas  Mountain, the Dardanelles group on  personally     observed,  wasp his especial prey.  makes   the  Atwood mountain, situated between Lind Creek (we refuse to remove ancient landmarks, like our  Greenwood contemporary, and miscall it Lynn Creek); and the No.  Seven road, seems to be the present  habitat of numerous bears, their  signs being frequent all "over the  southern slope. Scores of places are  evident where  their omnivorous ap-  .residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. McLaughlin to decide on the disposition of the August subscriptions.  The aerial neophyte is A. G. Hodgson, assistant at the local C.P. R. depot, part of whose tuition expenses  at the new Vancouver Aero School,  will be defrayed by the residents of  Phoenix.- Mr. Hodgson, who has  already passed the strict medicalex-  amination, was in receipt of a. wire  from Vancouver on Wednesday informing him of his acceptance for  the initial class of instruction, and  requesting him-to report at once.  The total amount collected in  ���August was upwards of $2050, of  which $250 was set aside to form  the nucleus of a fund for the 'relief  bf local soldiers, who may be incap-  ey thus raised is used strictly for  the benefit of the men in the various  firing lines or serving in the Royal  Navy, and on no account can a  package be consigned to a soldier in  training in England or Canada. The  scheme is as broad as the empire.  No matter where the absent one be,  whether he be hewing his way to  the Rhine^or. driving the unspeakable Turk but of Europe, or keeping  the command of the sea, his heart  will be gladdened as he smokes the  weed that has been sent him by  some kindly soul at home. We acknowledge with thanks the following  sums: Geo. Mattocks 25c; a friend  25c.  A prominent eastern authority in  the copper mining circles ventures  the opinion that the Granby Consolidated directors will not increase the  quarterly    dividend  beyond  $1.50,  and further states that it is reasonably certain that an extra large dividend may reasonably belooked for  in either December or January next.  The meeting takes place on October  Sth.      On    eastern   exchanges   the  prediction   is   freely expressed that  Granby shares will eventually sell at  $120 per, and with  copper going at  18c. the  company   must  have been  earning at the rate of $24 per share.  If you discover a few good points  in' a man, cultivate them; it may  bring out others.  The Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting & Power Co.,  Limited.  NOTICE.  j NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN^  The Grand Forks members of theII that the Fifteenth  Ordinary.Gen-  "Daughters of the Empire" are pre-ll eral Meeting of The Granby Con-  mines on - Nine-mile   Mountain   and  Hazelton View  and   Indian . properties on Rocher de Boule   Mountain.  He'states-that-the  Hazelton  camp  i.s  a  great   mining   district, and although prepared   to   see   some   fine.  showings he   was   surprised   at  the,  amount and volume of ore  exposed.  whose    biilliant    achievements    on  Belgian   churches bear  a   startling  j ursine emulators.���But no,   do not  I let   let   us   unduly  vilify   the  poor  ,     .  .,    ��� hears, for  after all, their kinship to  sed   at  *"* ' ' *  a  seas Aero Club of Toronto $100, St.  resemblance  to the   doings,.of theiry. _J*��hn ..Ambulance- Association- $200,  and No. 5 B."C. Base Hospital $200.  The total amount collected and disbursed since the fund was instituted,  aIread   'the.hog   family, is. far more distant  exclusive of that   for machine guns,  [ thau   that   of  the   "Schweinhundus^ts now $6540.     $5290   went   to   the |Couver and the Willows, Victoria.  two handkerchiefs,' and two pairs of  socks.  *   Orders have been  received by the  military  authorities at Vernon,  directing that no   more  dtafts  be sent  there.     All recruits now will be con  centrated   at   Hastings  park,   Van  |Ge  rmanicus.  Is a woman ever satisfied. No.  If she were she would cease to be a  woman. ^  Canadian Red Cross  and War Con-1     TMny    mQ^    jta,lW    reservists!  ���   ,prt   ,ovpr   m-ikesa'      An.thpr -.ma-ir-hl.. f��f,r,. M ,h��� / tm��'ent  funds>   $300 was   given   to   /ef    Fernie   last   week   to   join   the]  A narrow-mmded   lover   makes a ( .. Another remarkable feature of the/fhe Cn_adfan A;rcraft fund; $450 to J  narrow-minded" husband, remember  present season, that   is for lovers of  the  local disabled   soldiers fund and  They I  itgirls, and don't blame others after-   the   beautiful, is  the gorgeous   dis-U500  for   the   B.C.   Base   Hospital  wards. .,.- " j play of scarlet fruit now worn by the | Messrs   w   x    PerkinS) p. B.  Free  mountain ash "Pirus Sambucifolia"  'colors  in   their-  native   land.  were given'a.rousing send-off.   . ��   Enlist today, your country needs you jL  the branch office of the Company,  No. 52 Broadway, New York,  N. Y., on Tuesday, the Fifth day  of October, 1915, 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 ofthe Company will close at 3 p.m., on September   '21st,   and   reopen   at 10  a.m., October 5th, 1915.  Dated   this   14th   day of September,  1915.  NORTHRUP FOWLER, Secy.  Big" Store  I  PRESERVING  Prunes  $1.00  Plums  1.00  Peaches    -  1.00  Pears  2.50  Tomatoes  1.6b  ii  il  ii  ii  Concord Grapes, $1.00 Basket  GIVE US YOUR ORDERS  Phone  9 and 5  orrm,  Phone 9 and 5  or, in Scot's nomenclature^ the  ��� Rowen. Every tree of this variety,  however small, is loaded almost to  the breaking point with glorious  clusters of the characteristic, holly  like berries.  The most extraordinary example  ofthe above, in the writer's whole  experience is situated on the Robert  Dempster pre-emption,' about 100  yards south-west of the cabin at the  foot of Atwood mountain, less than  half a mile south from the Hartley  residence, on the old Parker ranch.  I While not   a particularly large tree,  ��� yet it   is  probable that   the fruit, if  gathered,   would   more   than   fill   a  I bushel,   with   a  large  wasp's   nest  thrown  in for   good   measure.     As  . this   is   not   more   than   four  miles  ��� from Phoenix  the   sight   might well  repay the trip.  land,   J.   G.    Mullen,   Dr.    W-.    L.  Ritchie, and J. McLaughlin are  the]  committee in charge of the funds.  ac  __  H  For the information of local Nim-  rods, We may add that grouse-hunting in these-vicinities is likely to   be  more than good���only  be sure that  you   put   the   accent   on   the   word  following the   113'phen, as   the birds  !are  scarce.     However,   the   reason  j for this   should   not discourage any  "real, all-round  sport," as  it  lies in  ��� the  fact   that coyotes, cougars and  the like, are rather too numerous.���  (Contributed.jky   VV-  h-;',    ���:-<, >  1        Granby Shipments  J     The   following   are   the    monthly  j shipping    figures     from    the    local  ! Granby   mine   to   the  Grand  Forks  i  [smelter: TON'S  j     January    42,211  1     February      63,091  !     March      69,948  j     April    85.382  I     .May 100,693  June 103,004  i     July 101,058  ]     August 103,062  .Total    668,449  Copper Market  Copper continues dull and prices  are fractionally lower, says the Boston Commercial. Lake.is IS to 19  cents and electrolytic is 17)4 to 18  cents a pound. Some of the smaller  producers are reported to haye sold  electrolytic this week at 17^ cents a  pound, and it is also reported on  good authority that others have  made sales at IS cents. Nearly all  of the consumers are keeping in  close touch with the market, and  their frequently repeated inquiries indicate that they must soon make  purchases. All of the larger producers are maintaining prices at  around 18 cents a pound delivered,  and they express confidence that  consumption is keeping full pace  with production, and that sufficient  buying will soon develop to relieve  them of the small stocks of copper  they have on hand.  "Slim" Has Hard Luck  R.   L. Williams, the mechanic  of  the "Stutz Special" which  came  to  grief on  Monday during   one of the  auto races at the Spokane Fair, was  well   known   in   Phoenix, where   he  was employed   as chaffeur  by D. J.  McDonald of the local livery stables.  "Slim," as he was familiarly called,  was   something   of   a   speed   artist  himself,  and  while   here   frequently!  cut   into   the   time   record  between |  Phoenix and Midway.   According to!  reports,   the   car   he   was  riding  in  crashed through the   fence after the '  bursting   of a   front tyre, and Wi!-|  Hams sustained   a  depressed frontal  fracture of the skull.   The driver es-1  caped uninjured. ]  .'Phone 56  P. O. Box 309  The  Store of Quality  Our New and Up-To-Date Premises Located  on Hirst Street, Opposite the Queen's Hotel  Salmon! Salmon!  Salmon!  Special:  3 Cans for 50  c.  T.   P.   BRAND.  arnes  v>--i-  _   - ���. ���.       ,  ���   ! homes of   the   festive   "yellow jack-, iness. .  The   remainder   of   the   sum 1 that town at the front or in German!I Power Co., Ltd., will be held at I  Copper   River, the   Jamieson   prop-   i . , J .   ���   I ��� ���:     .. , .- .. ,-. I ��� 11 1  i Sk       a Mountain   the Harris '    wn,ch   m��kes us suspect their 1 was   distributed   as   follows:   Cana-1 prison  camps.     Each   package  will II the branch office of tbe Company, 1  'near   relationship   to -the    Bosches, "diao   Red    Cross    $650,     Canadian I contain a fruit cake, candy, tobacco, I  War Contingent  Fund  $650, Over  Vl  r>|  'il  4  4  # i  3C  -C  -C  ^>-hnv;,iP.j.ippiM;ip^;i,)i,.j>��piMii;^piwafa'v��tiiaa  ...WPfL'-ffICI..��� ,^.,.*F,.��P.,F-W--FFF^.F.VF*,.F.,P��.FFFF-^..-  >'^'fpp^>"pp">'imiii|p'^i'ipiiii' pnnni'ill'iii ��� v.,
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THE   PIONEER,   PHOENIX,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA
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MAKES PERFECT BREAD
THE PHOENIX PIONEER
ISSUED  WEEKLY
at Phoenix,, Bijitish Columbia
Subscription, "2.00 per year
• 2.50 to United States.
G. Kay, Publisher.
there are districts far too rugged to
be used for any other purpose than
to shelter the teeming wild game of
the country. ."'.> -
If ever there was a crime unspeakable, it is that perpetrated by the
British labor unions in restricting
the output of the munition factories.
A German spy just now is a gentleman compared with a British coal
mine or munition factory striker.
SYNOPSIS OF COAL
MINING REGULATIONS!
'   ADVERTISING SCALE
Application tor Liquor Licence (.'10 days) . .$5.00
Application for Transfer of Liconco  $7.fi0
Oerbiflcato of Improvoraonb ((todays) 910.00
Application to Purchase Land notices (60 days)
 $10.00
j
Belinquent Co-Ownorsliip notices 1)0 days $25.00
•uplioato Certificate of Titlo notices $8.00
Cards of Thanks, 50 cents.
All othor legal advortininc, 12 cents a lino,
singlo column, for tho (list insertion; and 8
cents a lino for each subnoquont Iimortion. non
paroil moasuronient.
Display ads $1.00 per inch, single
column, per month. Transient nds.
«50c. per inch, per issue; subsequent in-
sertions, 35c. per inch.
The   recent  order-in-council
mitting the sale of deer for a:period
of six weeks, was no doubt designed
with a view to helping the'ranchers
pay for their hunting licenses.
Arnold Maschke, a brewer of Republic,  announces  his   intention of
establishing   a    brewery\in   Grand
Forks,     Mr.   Maschke  must  be an
optimist of the optimists.      '
you about my old regiment, the
Royal West Kents, having gained a
reputation for not budging from
their trenches, no matter how they
were attacked. I said then that I
was quite sure that in a short time,
the army out here would be saying
the same of you.
"I little thought, we none of us
thought, how soon those words
would come true. But now, today,
not only the army out here, but all
Canada, all England, all the empire,  one applicant. it .
Per- aresavimritofyou! Application for a lease must be imido
■  J   are saying it or you. ■...        L      th    applicant  in  person  to  the
"The share   each   unit has taken   W     .^ ™b.Agent of the district in
in   earning   this   reputation   is   no J whjch the rights applied for are 6ifcu^
small one. lated.
"I have three pages  of congratu-     In surveyed territory the land must
latory telegrams, from   His Majesty) be described by «*^>«*°r }*8»l!TA
The Strathcona Hotel
' NELSON, B.C.
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Steam Heated Throughout
Coal mining rights of the Dominion,
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-
west Territories and in a portion of tho | The Finest Accommodation for
Province of British Columbia, may be
leased for a term of twenfcy^one years
at W annual rental of $1 an acre. Not
more than 2,660 acres will be leased to
the Travelling; Public.
DINING ROOM    SERVICE
UNEXCELLED.
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Nine,Well-Lighted
Samplerooma.
Phone 12
,      T..        , .        .- u   t     -ii i divisions of sections, and  in   unsnr
the   King downwards, which  I will ^ Jerdfcory fche fcracfc applied for
read to you, also  a very  nice letterj shftll be 8fcake<roufc by the applicant J
from    our   army   commander,    Sir J himself.
JAS.   MARSHALL, PROP.
S e p te m b e r 23, 24
FROM PHOENIX
RETURN
The Vancouver Fenian Raid company of infantry always parades at
the police station. They must be
well known to^the police.
Horace Smith-Dorrien.
"Now, I doubt if any divisiona
commander or any division, ever
had   so   many   congratulatory tele
Each application must be accompanied by a foe of $5 which will bo refunded if,the rights applied for are not
available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall, be paid on the merchantable
Saturday, Sept. 18, 1915
Thanks to the visit of German
zeppelins the greatest recruiting
boom for months is now going on
in the British Isles.
grams and  messages   as these, andl 0„fcpUfc0f the mine at the rate offive
remember, they  are not merely pol-l cents por ton
ite and sentimental, but they express      The person operating the mine shall
just what the senders really feel.        I f»™''ah fche A«enb wltb ewovn rofcurns
"There is one more word I would
say to  you   before  dismissing you.
Address to Canadians
The Pioneer is indebted to Private
W. H. Sewell, formerly of the 15th
Battalion,, for a type-written copy
ofthe speech of General Alderson,
delivered in the presence of all units
ofthe 1st Canadian Division, after
the twelve days and nights of stren
You have made a reputation second
to. none  gained  in   this war.     But,
remember, no   man can  live  on his
reputation, he must keep on adding
to it.'  That you will
just as  sure  as   I   did two .months
ago, when  I  told you   that* I knew
you would make a reputation when
the opportunity presented itself. .
"I am now going to shake hands
with your officers, and as I do so, I
accounting for the full quantity of
merchantable coal mined and pay the
royalty thereon. If the coal mining
rights are not being operated, such returns should be furnished at least once
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The game running at large in [the
forests   of British   Columbia [is  the
property of the" people, but the'pre-
sent laws governing the  hunting ol
game   in  this  province   seem  to be
designed with a view to making it a
rich man's   preserve.    Why   would
not a standard fee of $2.50 meet the
case for all  classes of game.     As it
is   the    British    Columbia   hunter's
privileges" are limited to the size of
his bank  roll, which  is  not equity,
but tyrany.     In   the case of the $10
license for trapping no one will object, neither   can   any exception   be
made to   the   increased [fee   for  the
non-resident or alien  hunter, but to
deliberately restrict the sporting assets of B.C. to those who can afford
it, is something  the   people  of this
province will not submit to.
ous fighting embraced by the period I want you to  feel that I am. shaking
of April 22nd to May 4th, 1915: jppands  wi*h each   one  of you, as I
"All units and all ranks of theTs^t   would  if time  permitted.    No,   we
,a year.
The lease will include the coal mining
rights only, but the lessee may be per-
Ar, =o   r   fi'ii Knitted to purchase whatever available
ao so, i   reei   8l|rface   rjghts   may   be.   considered
necessary for the working ofHhe mine
at the rate of $10.00 an a«re.       \
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. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior.
N.B.—Unauthorized   publication  of
this advertisement will not be paid for.
—30690.
Shoes that Fit!
We make a specialty of Miners'
Shoes; good fit, nice shape, and
nothing but the best of stock used
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
NICK PALORCIA;
Knob Hill Ave.        Phoenix, B.O.
ON SALE SEPT. 21-24
- Good to Return Sept. 28
Corresponding rates from all
stations, Medicine Hat to Vancouver,
including branch rail and water lines
also, Kettle Valley railway. Tickets
from'any agent.
Conductors   will   give   excursion
rates from flag stations.
J. E. CARTER, Agent, Phoenix
J. S. CARTER, D.P.A., Nelson
' The name of Botha is  not at all
liked   in- Germany  just   now.     "Is
this the man," one paper asks, "who
was giving the British army so much
trouble only  a  few years  ago.     Is
this.the   same   man,who   once sat
down an honored guest  at the kaiser's table?" and so.     It is" the same
man, however,lhe man'who affixed
his" signature alongside that of Lord
Kitchener to the  treaty of Veeren-
ing,- a   document   that he   for  one
never regarded as a scrap of paper.
The Xmas sentimentalists have at
last gained their point, and persuaded the British government to allow
the shipment, from Rotterdam of
millions of dollars worth of Germao-
•made . toys and other Christmas
goods. With the gold thus obtained our enemies will be able to
purchase enough shells  to wipe out
half the Canadian army.
 «.	
No matter how populous British
Columbia may.become, this province,
will always possess a valuable asset
in   its  great   hunting  grounds,  for
Canadian Division—
"I tell you truly that my heart i.s
so full that I hardly know how to
speak to you. It is fu.IPof two feelings. The first is sorrow for the;
loss of those comrades of ours who
have gone, and the s,eCond, pride iii
what the 1st Canadian Division has
done.      .  ..:,'/: :y]t^'^:.:\7
As   regards    our" comrades  who
have   lost ,.thei#iives,  and   we will
speak   of them   with   Our  caps  off
(here  he  took   off  his  cap, aod all
followed his  example); rnyffaith in
the Almighty is. such, that I am perfectly   sure   that,  when men   die as
they   have  died, !rdoihg  their £duty
and fighting for country and empire,
and to save the situation for .others,
in fact   to  die  for their friends, no
matter   what  they   have done that
they ought not to have'done,'(as'all.
of us do).     I repeat, I am perfectly
sure that the Almighty takes them,
and  looks[ after   them."';"Lads,   we
cannot leave-them   better than, like
that.      (Here the^eneral put on his
cap and all did likewise):
"Now .1 feel that we may, with -
out any false pride, think a little of
what the division has done during
the past few days!"...
"I would first of all,tell you that
I have never been so proud of anything in my life, as I arn of this armlet with "1st Canada" on ft that I
am wearing on my right arm. I
thank you and . congratulate you
from the bottom of my heart, for
the part'each one of you have taken
in giving me this .feeling ofpride.
will not,have any cheering now, we
will keep that until you have added
to your reputation, as I know you
will." f
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An astounding social problem has
been brought  to  light by Sergeant
Hood  of the Vancouver police department, who  is   in  charge of the
registration  of alien enemies.    The
sergeant in the course  of his duties
finds it   necessary to   enquire   if the
person who may be held   as a prisoner of war is married or otherwise,
and through  this means has discovered   that   there  are   a   number of
alien   enemy  couples living  in   the
city who   are  under the impression
that  the   purchase    of a   marriage
license gives  them   the   legal status
of married people, without a visit to
a clergyman.     Instances are quoted
where   the   couples    have   been   so
"married" for a considerable time,
firmly  believing  that  the payment
of  the   five  dollars   legalized   their
state.
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"I think it is possible that you do
not, all of you,' realize that if we
had retired on the evening of April
22nd, when our allies fell back before the gas, and left our left flank
quite open, the whole of the 27th
and 28th divisions would probably
have been cut off, certainly they
woujd not have been able to take a
single gun" or vehicle away with
.them, and probably not more than
half the infantry.
"That is what our commander-in-
.chief meant when he telegraphed
that "the Canadians saved the situation. " My lads, if ever men had a
right to be proud in this world, you
have.
"I know my military history pretty well, and   I   cannot think of any
instance, especially when the cleverness and  determination  ofthe enemy is taken into account,   in which
troops were  placed in such a difficult position, nor  can I think of an
instance in which so much depended
on the standing fast of one division.
"You will remember the last time
I   spoke  to  you,  just    before  you
went  into  the  trenches  at   Sailly,
now  over  two   months  ago, I told
. The world's championship will be
decided in a relay race oE four days to
be run off at the Spokane Interstate
a J, the Week of Sept: n next- and ^
addition the winning riders will divide
up a purse of $1250.
Some of the best relay riders of the
United States and. Canada will compete, and entries are coming in daily
The race will be for two miles a day
for four days, beginning on Thursday
Sept. 15.   Riders are to change horsea
and   saddles   every   half   mile.     Thov
must use regular western saddles   to
weigh  not less  than  25   pounds,  'and
must change and fasten same unaided
at the end of' each half mile.    Thor^
oughbred and professional horses are
to be bamed.   Tbe start will be made
from  the ground,  the   horses   to   be
brought to starting post with saddles
on.    Each rider will be allowed one
man to hold fresh horses and bridles
need not be changed.   The rider mat
ing the best total for eight miles wins
Each, rider must   complete   full   two
miles each day, but in the event of
incapacity through accident a substitute rider will be  permitted, to compete that distance.    No entrance fee
is  charged and no deduction will be
ma.de for money winners.
Entries are received by Secretary-
Manaser Geo, P. Larsen, Chamber of
Commerce Building, Spokane.'
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VISITING CARDS („——%) mmw���  "i7,ij��<^iw��ivTri��Fvwi'^<^^^  'l~V. .  THE    PIONEEB,    PHOENIX,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  rooklyii  Cigar and Tobacco Stand in  Office. Up-to-date in every  particular. The hotel of comfort. Half-a-minute from the  garage.     .-.     Sample Rooms  Concentrates  O. D. Bush, Prop.  Phoenix, B.C,  Everything in Men's Wear  Clothing:  Underwear  Shirts  Shoes  Hats  Caps. etc.  Thos. Brown  "Everything a Man  Wears"  Should come from healthy and vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  manner Separated Cream insures purity and  quality. The Dairy produces both.  THE  DAIRY        J. W. Hannam, Prop.  Smoked Meats 1 Produce  CO  We wish to draw the attention of the  general   public  to the fact  that we are always in a position to supply you with a high grade of  Creamery Butter, Egrgrs, Lard,  Hams and Bacon,  and our Refrigerator facilities for keeping  these  goods   pure and  --. sweet, means a-lot. to you.  Our Smoked Meats  are producedTrom Government Inspected grain fed Hogs, and are  therefore CHOICE NO.  1. Our Prices are in line.  You can now get three glasses of  beer in Fernie for two bits.  In Winnipeg there are no less  than fifteen thousand registered  alien enemies.  Neutral Norway has had forty,  one of her .ships sunk by German  submarines or mines.  The Liberals of Yale have decided to postpone indefinitely- the  nomination of a candidate.  While hunting'goat last week on  Trinity Mountain in the Rockies,' a  Fernie hunter fell over a cliff and  was killed, i .$���','  The  Chesaw  Ne'ws;f states   that  on some of the ranches in the Am-  ���������   '. ���  f.  erican   Okanagan,   the wheat yield  has reached sixty  bushels; per acre.  Dean  Adams  and W. J. ;Dick of  the  conservation "commmit fei<. have  reported   the   discovery of deposits  of phosphates of lime   in  the Banff  National Park.  There are how upwards of ninety  thousand Australians in .training or  at the Dardanelles. The people are  demanding that more men should be  called for immediately.  Frank Coffee, formerly editor of  the Nicola Valley .News, Merritt, is  serving with the 24th Battalion of  Australian infantry. He has been  gazetted a lieutenant.  The Overseas Club has adopted  a snggestion from Canada to sow  maple seeds around cemeteries in  France where He the honored dust  of the Canadian dead.  Lecturing in-England recently, T.  E. Steen, a Norwegian journalist,  told his audience that British prisoners in German camps were not allowed the use of knives and forks.  No person, native bf a country at  war with   Russia  will' be permitted  to enter that country from the States  unless he has   taken  out naturalization papers before August 1st, 1914.  Two    Rossland     Italians    named  Colistro   and   Mauro,   were  recently  each fined $75 and costs  for shooting grouse out of season.   The fines,  worked   out   at the   rate  of .$25 .for  each bird.  A tax of one per cent has been  levied in Montreal on every ticket  sold for admission to a theatre, motion picture show, concert, circus,  recreation" ground, race course or  skating rink.  The weather  conditions  throughout the   province   are  gradually ber  Boundary District of British Columbia  RICH   IN   MINERAL,   AGRICULTURAL AND   LUMBERING  POSSIBILITIES���  A MOST PROMISING HELD FOR THE INVESTOR.  Probably no district in the Dominion of Canada possesses so great an array of  potentialities as the above. The mountains throughout its entire length and breadth,  are almost without exception rnineraliferous, containing gold, silver, copper, iron and  other valuable ores, while in a few localities there are more than surface indications  of the presence of coal.       J   .'  FOREST AND  MINERAL WEALTH  Its forest stretches are among the richest in the province, and what is of great  importance, easily accessable to river and railway.    There is scarcely a square mile of  it that is not either equipped with high tension wires, or which could   not be  reached  ���'- by the expenditure of the smallest outlay.    Not the least attraction from  the point of  view of the investor, is the sites for water power, which abound in this district.  Just at present an immense amount of interest is  being directed to the recent  'free gold discovery in Greenwood, while in the same district is to be seen one of the  j^best equipped free gold properties in the west, a not inconsiderable asset in these days  lipf industrial depression and shrinkage of gold reserves.,   It is in this district where is  situated the Bhoenix and Grand   Forks properties  of the Granby Consolidated, together with those of the British Columbia Copper company.    In the former camp, and  surrounding it for miles on all sides, are acres  of crown-granted mineral claims, all  awaiting the advent of the investor.    The title deeds to these properties, thanks to a  beneficent series  of mining laws, are unimpeachable, and if proof is wanted  of the  statement, let us point to the almost .entire absence of mining litigation in the courts  ofthe province. ^ ���  AGRICULTURE AND FRUIT-GROWING CENTRE  The possibilities of the Boundary as an  agricultural and fruit-growing centre  are also worthy of investigation, and a visit   to some   of its   spendidly equipped orchards will prove aTrevelation to the stranger.      The highways throughout the Boundary makes this section of the province the motorists paradise, millions having been  spent on the construction of government roads.  No locality is better  served  with* railroads  than   the  Boundary district.      At  present this section  is ���* served  by  two of the-* greatest systems on the continent, the  1 C. .P.. R. and Great Northern companies, while within1 a few months the route to the  ���Pacific coast will be commercially curtailed by the opening of the new  K. V. V.  branch of the former.  I.O.O.F.  ��mm&&&3?m&��>  (3l^ft^Ri5_toi)^I?fegfe  SPECIAL FARE TO  Fair  Snowshoe Lod_re  No. *6  . Meets every Monday Evening1 at |  coming more favorable with respect I Oddfellows' Hall. Visiting brethren |  to forest   fires,   a low   barometer in-I cordially invited.  dicating- showery and unsettled wea-      Our hall is for rent for dances, social j  ?      , r   .u . j evenings, etc.  ther,   the   forerunner   of   the   usual  Victor Records  Dates Sale, Sept. 21 to 24; Return 23th  Train Reaches Nelson, 6.20 p.m.  Travel By the Great Northern.  J. V.   INGRAM, Agent.  PRINTING  is our business and we are  here to please you. The  next time that you   want  any Billheads, Letterheads, Envelopes, Statements, Circulars,  Cards, Dodgers���in fact, anything in PRINTING, phone 14  and we wi  sho w y o  samples : :  1! THE PIONEE  T  Is the only Typewriter today that supplies real comfort automati-  i illy to the Operator���adaptc-d fon. Doctors, Druggists, Merchants,  Kad in fact it is essential to every business concern in B. C.  fall rainy season.  Owing tb a heavy "drop" which  continued well into August, the apple crop of British Columbia will  not be as great as previously reported. It is now considered very  probable that the total yield will not  exceed 600,000 boxes. Last year it  was 684,000 boxes.  An alien captain or member of  the crew of any vessel arriving in  Canada must now possess a pass-  post issued to him not less than  two years ago. .A portrait ofthe  owner must also be affixed to the  document. Failing these regulations  no foreign seamen will be permitted  to land in this country.  Taking advantage of the low rate  of exchange prevailing on Thursday,  C. G. Pennock, acting for the joint  committee of the Red Cross and St.  John Ambulance Association, transmitted all money they had then collected, bought 4200 pounds at $4.66  and saved $840 for the B.C. Base  Hospital.���Nicola Valley News.  Ch.eere    Singh,   a   Hindoo,    was  found   guilty   last   week   by    Police  Magistrate Cochrane, and sentenced  to   a   year's   imprisonment.     Singh  tried   to   live   up   to    his   name   of  "Lion"   and   attempted   to   crudely  bisect a fellow   countryman with  an  axe.     He   was    arrested   by   Police  Constable Stanfield of Grand Forks.  The body of a placer miner named  Stevenson, was   found   recently in a  tent near Princeton.      The man had  evidently passed   away   in his sleep.  On  his. person were found $162 in  cash,   a   few   nuggets   of  gold and  platinum, and   bank   books showing  deposits   up   to $4000.     The money  was    banked    in   Penticton,   Grand  Forks, Princeton and Rossland.  Adam Bloonjfield, Noble Grand.  Thos. Lloyd, Fin. Secy.  Mark Rukin, Rec. Secy.  Daughters of Rebekah  Phoenix Lodjge No. 17  Meets in the Oddfellows' Hall,  First and Third Wednesdays.  Mrs. Christine Elmfrren, Noble Grand.  Mrs. Amy A. Cook, Secretary.  K. of P. Lodge,  No. 28  Phoenix,  B.C.  Meets Tubs day Evening at 7.30.  Sojourning brothers cordially welcomed.  Chas. Davidson, C. C.  C. H. Knight, K. of U.S.  PYTHIAN SISTERS  Mountain Temple Lodge No. 17  .Meets in  Pythian Hull, Lower Town  Second and Fourth Thursdays.  Mrs. "Wm. Wills,  AI.K.C.  Mrs. II. Tilton.  M.K.C.  FRATERNAL  ORDER  OF EAGLES  Phoenix Aerie No. 158  Meets in the Oddfellows' Hall, Friday  Evenings, at S p.m.  Visiting brothers are always welcome.  KlCIlAHI) Blundkll, W. P.  T. K. Clarke, W. Secy.  We have a nice selection of these  goods in stock, and frill get any  numbers you like pro mtly, either  in Victor or Columbia Goods.  HAVE YOU HEARD���  "When We've Wound up  the Watch on the Rhine  ���Humorous Patriotic Song-  "The Little Ford  Rambled Right Along"  ���Comic Song  Also a  Nice Selection  of New   Bagpipe  Records,  Vocal  Duets, etc.    We are always pleased to play these for you.  ii  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders.     Phone A56.  James G. McKeown  E. A. Black, Jeweler  Agent for Victor Phonographs and Records  ft  CURE IT  Mathieu's Synip of Tar nnd Cod Liver Oil not only  ���promptly arrests coughing, but thanks to its tonic and  strengthening properties) it helps the system to throw off  the cold and thus effects a permanent cure. It is.-tins quality which has won for  it the largest sale of any cough and cold remedy an Canada.  j��c. large*botncs. everywhere.  .. Hf C_>__2sVw wi'*, w-~���- ��__S��j_L.\ .__* fc"Af.  tf jronr ro'.J la fcrorish Mathieu's Nrrrlno Ponders, tlio womltrful heaiUcbo cure, wtB  promptly illspol the fovor snil chaw tho pain from bcwl. bock aud limbs.     8oj of IS ,  Puwvloii, 25e. .   ���J  ���<t;i  %'  F-ti  v& -  S��*,~  I  0'  SB * r  THE   PIONEER.   PHOEHXX,   BRITISH   COL~U_fBD_.  i  v  i  I"  -ii.  ~  The  ueens  A First-Class Meal, and a Well-  Stocked Bar���Now Open to  the Public.  Local and General  V^  TOM F. OXLEY  PROP;  The Lake Studio  OF GRAND FORKS-PHOENIX BRANCH  Will be Here on  September 25th, 1915  BROOKLYN AVE.    (Next door to Pioneer Office)  High Class Portraiture, Amateur Finishing,  View Work, Portrait Framing, Enlarging,  Copying, etc. Ensign Cameras (British  Made) and Supplies. Remember���Only Five  Trips to 'Xmas.  Will Be Here from Sept. 25th to 27th inclusive,  and from Oct. 9th to 12th.  Mrs. S. Poole came in on Friday's  train from Creston.  N.   Fraser   booked   through' on  Tuesday for Spokane.  Miss Mary Miller left on Monday  j to  attend   the   convent   school   in  Spokane.  Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Morrin were  passengers on Monday's train for  the coast..  Sam Pyper left Saturday for Stet-  tier, Alberta, where he will attend  the high school.  John Williams and Richard Rowlands went Over to Spokane on Saturday morning.  Born���At Phoenix,- on Sunday,  September, 12th, to Mr. and Mrs.  D. J. McDonald, a son.  Born���At Phoenix, on Thursday,  September 16th, to Mr, and Mrs.  Thos. Underwood, a daughter.'  Mrs. E. A. Black returned home  on Thursday from a prolonged visit  to friends on the Pacific coast.  Mrs. D. Deane spent a couple of  days in Rossland during the week,  returning home on Wednesday.  Police  Magistrate. Cochrane,   of  Grand   Forks, was  a visitor  in the  city for a few hours on Saturday. .^  Wes.   Connell,   left   on Wednesday on a joint pleasure and business  trip to Spokane and  other western  points. ,   '.;,  the local  motion  picture   show will  be the   famous Greek play, Damon  and Pythias.     It was   from an incident in  the lives of these  two men  that Justin  Rathbone,  of Washington,  D.C., obtained  the inspiration  that culminated in   the founding of  the-Order of Knights of Pythias.   It  is claimed that to produce the various scenes  the sum of $60,000 was  expended,    and   the    cast   includes  some   hundreds  of actors and act-1  resses.    For a photo play,  Damon  and Pythias had one   of the longest  runs of any attraction shown on the  coast.  ORAFANOLAS  All the very Latest Song Hits always on Hand  T. S. QUANCE  PHOENIX, B. C.  K. P. vs. I.O.O.F.  . Basket.Social  A joint  basket; social  under the  auspices  of Snowshoe Lodge, I. O.  O.F, and the  Daughters of Rebek-  hah, was held on Thursday evening.  The fine rooms of the Odd Fellows'  hall were crowded  with the friends  and members of the two lodges, and  the auctioneer, W, Oxley, was .called upon to preside over some spirited bidding". ��� The first   prize for the  most attractive basket was awarded  ;to,. Miss Lily   Pickthall,   while  the  honors   of second Jell   to   Mrs.   R  Elmgreen. The music for the dance,  'which   continued     until    the   early  fhours of the following morning, was  played by the  Ironsides orchestra,  and  all    present   are    instinted   in  their praise of the Odd Fellows and  Rebekahs as first-class entertainers.  H. Sawrey was the 'floor manager,  while W. Oxley certainly must have  missed his proper vocation.  The local lodge Kiiight_of Pythias  crack   base   ball   nine   turned   the  tables on the I. O. O. F.   ball  team  on the Recreation grounds last Wednesday.   The warm weather certainly helped to   awaken   a   few   of the  dead ones, and what, looked   like a  bunch of creaky joints   turned   out  some real   snappy  plays   at  times.  Bill Jackson was on the  mound   for  the three links, and fed  the  K.. P.'s  a fine assortment  of benders, until  the fifth, when he  was derricked in  favor of Bro. Barnes,' another curve  ball artist,   who  held   the   triangle  boys    scoreless.      Davidson   again  c; Jackson, p. and 2nd b.; Cook,  1 b.; Bassett, 2b. and p.; Quance,  s.s.; Pierce, 3b.; Johnson, c.f.; Mc-  Kinnon, l.f.;  Patterson, r.f.  Line-up, K. of P.���Perkins, p.  and c.; Davidson, p. and c.; Elkins,  lb. and p.; Docksteader, 2b.] Goodwin, 3b.;   Phillips, s.s.;   Campbell,  r.f.; Miles, c.f.  Patterson,  -���->   r.f.  Too Many In B.C.  started for the K. P.'s, but two and  Mrs. Pemberton returned to Phoe-i   n.x  on   Friday  from   Nelson.    Her  L^bor Da     pr|_e Winners  MINERS' UNION OPERA HOUSE  SATURDAY, SEPT. 18,'1 5  /       "The Circus Man"���Five Parts.  Topical Budget���News of the World in Animation. ",  TUESDAY, SEPT.  21 j -il dj( 5  '���'"'-     "The Squaw Man"���Six Parts. -.   "  . ' *' , . I F  , *     j James Wynnegate, a handsome dashing young army .officer, is made  the guardian of a trust fund Taised by the members of his regiment'for  thejrelief of the widows of those who'.die in battle.    The Earl of Kerhill,  '���in love with and favored by the girl Wynnegate admires, is a member, of-  ; Wynnegate's regiment. ��� By means of a forged check, Kerhill embezzles  ] "the fund.   Much to do is'made over the  disappearance  of the pension  yfund, and to save the honor of the family, Wynnegate agrees, with  the  Earl's mother to disappear and let it be understood he is the "embezzler.  He leaves England in a schooner, and has terrible experiences.   "Tuesday  Animated Gazette���Pat he's War Scenes  THURSDAY, SEPT. 23,1 91 5  ^ Pickford in "Such a Little Queen1  ADULTS, 15c.       -     -  daughter came in on the following  Monday.  Mrs. J. Bellis left Thursday to  join her husband, who is now working in Butte, Montana. Ed. Bellis  accompanied her.  ,'Pre-emption for Sale.���160 acres  on Nicholson Creek; new cabin; several acres slashed; ,.$150, or nearest  offer.���Address letters, care Pioneer  office. ". . ��� > ," 'if''�����*;-* "-.,-,..-  - Angus Muhn, Dominion < customs  inspector,  - accompanied ''byi ;Wm:  Lennie, assistant inspector, were, in  town on one of their official visits,to  the local office during the week..-.?  Owing- to the- illness, of her little  daughter, Mrs. ,J".,W. Hann'am. left  on^Vednesday to. place her under  the care bf the well-known specialists, the Mayo Bros., of Rochester,  Minnesota.  The following were' adjudged the  winners in the various events at the  recent Miners' Union Labor Day  celebration:  Union Men's Race���1st Tom Roberts;  2nd, Ed. Williams.  Men's Race  (open)���1st,  Ed. Bellis;  2nd, Ed. Bhindell.  Boys'  Race   (under 14)���John Mussatto; 2nd,' John Owen.  ^Girls' Race (under 14) ���1st, Marjorie  McCammon;' 2nd, Mary Miller."    v  tittle:Boys'" Race, (under 8)^-lst, Armando Cateriria; 2nd, Claud Belieau.  " Little Girls'- Race" (under 8)���1st, An-  geline Mussatto; 2nd, Katie Vezzetti.  fifth's  Race   (open)���1st, P.   C.  Mc-  Wha; 2nd, Ed. Bellis.  ,, Men's Potato Race-lst, P.   C. Mc-  WKa; 2nd,' Ed. Bellis. .'  Old Men's Race���1st, Clem  Hoover;  2nd, Geo. Elkins.  Boys' Three-Legged Race-lst,- Tony  a half innings was enough, a splinter  of glass falling from his salary wing  stopped the play for a few moments,  and on resuming play, Perkins was  found   winding   up  for  one   of  his  famous fadeaways, the latter didn't  last long, the I. O.'O. F. found bim  from the start, and seven runs came  over.     A S. O. S. was immediately  sent to Noah, and  in   a. minute an  aeroplane (Jim Mtirdock's) was seen  in the distance.    With wonderment  the large crowd gazed up in the sky,  waiting patiently for the   new  hur-  ler.    After a little manoeuvring the  plane landed with George Elkins-on  board..     After   a   little    warm-up,  George was seen  to   wind   up, and  with   a   bullet-like" heave- the   pill  crossed the pan.     Elkins  saved the  day, and  with   a  bunch   of shoots  kept the' I.O.O.F.   from doing any  further damage.    .Mclntyre was full  of life behind the bat,, but seemed a  little   off'    cdlor.      Phillip's    circus  catch was the feature of the- game,  spearing, a., high-fly   back-handed,  while up in the air.    Chief Cook did  the heavy stick duty, and speed con-  Suspected of being in the employ  of rhe German government, a young  woman, the daughter of a German  resident of Seattle, whose prejudices in favor of the Teutonic allies  are known to be particularly strong,  and who is a friend and confident of  Alvo von Alvensleben, was seized  and deported by the authorities several days ago, after she had gained  entry into Canada by false pretences.  She was arrested in Vancouver.  There must be quite a number of  these friends of Von Alvensleben in  BritishColumbia. One of them has  been in Phoenix quite frequently of  late, and onone occasion made absolutely "no secret of his pro-German  sympathies. One of the gentlemen  to'whom this "friend" of Canada  unbosomed his sentiments, informed  us that he knew him as a member of  a once prominent-and now defunct  German club on. the coast.]  Caterina,   Mathee Nichola; 2nd,   John  sidered�� was the   best   man   for tbe  Mussatto, John Owen. j I. O. O. F.      Bassett   and " Happy  High Jump���1st. Neil Mclsaac, 5 feet  The Amei'.utin Oliver Typewriter  turns out more work���of heiiei  quality and ijrejitcr v.iriei)���ii..i.t  any oiher writing machine. Simplicity, .strength, ease o\' opoi.uion i  and visibilil) are the cornci su-ine-j  of its towering supremacy iu  Correspondence  Card-index Worjk  Tabulated Reports  Follow-up Systems  Manifolding-Service  Addressing Envelopes  Working on Ruled Forms  Cutting Mimeograph Stencils  The Balance Shift  The Ruling Device  The Automatic Spacer  The Automatic Tabulator  Tho Disappearing Indicator  The Adjustable Paper-Fingers  Scientific Condensed Keyboard  Can you spend 17 Cents a Day to  better advantage than in the purchase of this wonderful machine ?  For further information call or write  G. KAY, Agent, Phoenix  Geo. Biner left on  Friday of last I 7} inches; 2nd, P; C. McWha.  week to   continue his  studies at the j'  Best Waltzers���1st, Joseph Hosborne  University  of  Seattle.     His  sister  *"d M!SSJr,!ne Haverty, Grand Forks;  T   ,. .   .   , . r 2nd, Ab. McQueen and Cassie McDonald,  Julia  accompanied  him  as  far   as  "The Squaw MAN"-.Tues. Sept. 21  How easy it would-be to pick a  wife if we could duplicate woman.  I don't believe there is one of us who  wouldn't put in a duplicate-'order,  ri<jht on the jump.  OLDER -BUT STRONGER  To be healthy at seventy, prepare at  Spokane, where  she will attend the  convent classes.  . -*  The Rev. J. R. Munro will deliver a short series of sermons on  ihe "Second Coming of Christ," the  first of which will be preached in the  Presbyterian church tomorrow, Sun-  day, September 19lh, at 11 a.m.  Pat Mnllally was summoned on  Thursday, by Provincial Constable  Howieson to appear before the beak  next Monday and explain why he  was packing' a .22 - rifle without  possessing the necessary license.  Two auto loads of local dancers  travelled to Danville, Wash., on  Friday of last week and took in the  harvest dance. F. Werner, whose  orchestra provided a very line program of music, said -the'sight of the  Phoenix bunch made him homesick.'  He whs contemplating a dance in"  Phoenix in the near future.  Wm. Slack received the news  this week that his only son, a youngster of sixteen, had enlisted in a  battalion of the Border Regiment.  It    appears    that   the   kid   waited  Local- Railway Schedule  The following are the time table  schedules governing the arrival and  departure of local trains:  '   ��� GREAT NORTHERN  Departs every,day at nine a.m.  Arrives daily at 5.10 p.m.  - .    CANADIAN   PACIFIC  ' Arrive from Nelson and the east  at 2.45 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday and'Ffiday.      -   -  ' Depart for Nelson and east at  ���2.-15. p.m. on-Tuesday, Thursday  andSaturday.  Arrive from Penticton and west  at 4.'45 on Tuesday, Thursday and  Saturday.  "'"-Depart for Penticton and west at  ���12..15 a.m. on Monday, Wednesday  ,a_nd,.Friday.---.-  Murray called the decisions, with  satisfaction. After the game the  teams adjourned to Danny Deane's  and did justice to the losing I. O.  O. F. hospitality.  Line-up,   I. O. O. F.���Mclntyre,  B.C. Epsom Salts  The big natural reservoirs of Epsom Salts, situate on both sides of  the international boundary line in  British Columbia and Washington,  are now being worked by a company. Recently three car loads,  sufficient: to keep New York City  awake for a week, were- shipped tq  the east, two going to that city and  one'being consigned to Philadelphia.  The'supply is practically inexhaustible, as by some process of Dame  Nature, the lakes are constantly being renewed.  If you keep a man waiting, he  might get into his head to keep you  guessing.  Miscellaneous  <?.  FOR/SALE OR RENT  The Baldwin property on Spion Koj>.  The house is in f*ood shape, and will be  sold very reasonable, and on easy  terms.  t.f. D. J. MATHESON.  patiently for his birthday and then  beat it hot foot for the colors. This  should be an example for older  Britishers who are slow to decide.  .....,,.--,       The drill   ofthe   Phoenix Volun-  forty, is sound   advice, because in the rppr R��an.��t..u..��i.- \*t   _,  strength of middle life we too often forget Keserve takes place every Wed  that neglected  colds, or careless treat- nesday evening  at 7.45 in the skat-  ment of slight aches and pains, simply  undermine strength and bring chronic  weakness for later years.  To be stronger when older, keep your  blood pure and rich and active with the  strength-building and blood-nourishing  properties of Scott's Emulsion which is a  food, a tonic and a medicine to keep your  blood rich, alleviate rheumatism and  avoid'sickness. At any drug store.  Scott & Bowue, Toronto, Ont.  "ROMgh on Rats" clears out  Rats, Mice, etc.     Don't Die in the  House.    15c,  Coflnt"ry Stores.  and 25c. at Drug and  ing rink. So far the progress made  has been very creditable^ but the irregular appearance on parade of  some of the members has somewhat  hampered the instructor, who has  been obliged to repeat his instruction for the benefit of a few. In order to {jive beginners a chance, an  extra drill has been arranged for  Friday evening. The affairs of tlie  n.serve are now under the control of  tlie Phoenix War Relief committt e.  On October 15th, the program at  tr.  M  MRS. A. SAICH, of  Canningtbn Manor, Sask.,  \yrites;���"My brother suffered severely from eczema.  The sores were very extensive, and burned like coals  into his flesh. Zam-Buk took  but all the fire, and quickly  gave hirri ease. Within three  weeks of commencing with  Zam-Buk treatment, every s  sore had been cured."  This is but one of the many  letters we are constantly receiving  from people who have proved the  is healing powers of Zam-Buk. For  3] eczema, piles, sores, burns, cuts  and all skin troubles there is  nothing like this wonderful balm.  No skin disease should be considered incurable until Zam-Buk  has been tried.       ; '  All Druggists, 50c. per Box.  Re/use Substitutes.  For Sale���A 45-60 Calibre Winchester rifle, ako double-barrelled  shot gun.���Apply, Pioneer office.  Two houses on New York Town-  site for rent or sale; one six^roomed  house on Brooklyn avenue for sale.  Apply, G. W. McAuliffe.  For Sale���The well-known Cottage rooming house; the building is  well furnished, and will be sold very  cheap. See me as to terms."���M. H.  Kane, city.  For Sale.���Five city lots and two  houses. Ground under cultivation.  Situate corner Lexington and Dominion avenue; good well. Sell in  lots to suit buyer; Apply T. Richards, Granby watchmao.  Twenty years' experience in English, French, Swiss and American  watch repairing. Satisfaction guaranteed. Charges reasonable. Leave  ordersat Union Cigar store, or the  Phoenix stage. Carl Adeneur, Greenwood.  WOOD  First-class Fir and Tam-  arac Wood, $6.00 per cord  Pine Wood,  $5.00 per cord.  Fir Tamarac, and double cut,  per cord, $7.00.  WOOD DELIVERED  ON  8HORT  NOTIOE. 'Phone B32  Robt. Forshaw  r  LAND REGISTRY ACT  (Section 24)  In the matter of an application for duplicate Certificate of Title, No. 13097a  issued to Ida B. Parry, covering North  West i of Section 5, and N.E. 4 of  Section 6, Township 66, Similkameen  Division, Yale District.  NOTICE is hereby given that it is my  intention  at   the   expiration   of one  month from the date of first publication  hereof, to issue a duplicate Certificate  of Title covering the above lands to Ida  B. Parry, unless in the meantime I shall  receive valid objection thereto in writing. .   ���    ��� i        '  Dated at the Land Registry Office,  Kamloops, B.C., this 5th day of August, 1916.  C. H. DUNBAR, District Registrar.  MILK AND CREAM  The rich quality of our Milk and  Cream is gaining new patrons  for us daily. We solicit a trial.  Delivery made tQ any part of the  city.    Mail us a card.  _  The PHOENIX DAIRY  W. A. McKay & Sons, Props.  Church Services  St. Andrew's Church (Presbyterian)���Service, Sunday, Sept. 19th,  at 11.00 a.m.; Sunday school at 2,  All welcome.    Rev. J. R. Munro.  The stated services at the Church  of Our Lady of Good Counsel are as  follows���First and third Sundays in  the month: Mass at 10 a.m.; Sun-  day school at 2.30 p.m.; Evening  service, at 7.30. Rev. Father Dorn.  Dorval.;  4&&  m  Hi  /

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