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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Sep 19, 1914

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 4 ���*?    " -u^j-*       ** it'  u  #  .'***"  .yv  The largest copper mines in  the Dominion are situated  afc Phoenix. Tho Granby  Op. employs 600 men, and  has a monthly pay roll  over $60,000:. Two railroads  afford access to tbe city  and  11 of    I  >ad*    J  ���-J  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District  ���       ���     ��� "  '  s-rf. 1 "*  SIXTEENTH YEAR  * f **   T a i in ���  Thk  Phobnix' Pionhek   ia  published   in 'the  highest  ' municipality' in Canada-  altitude, 4,800 ft: The city,  has a population of 1,500,  "and    possesses    first-class  hotels, opera house, schools  PHOENIX, B.C./SATURDAY, SEPT.  19, 1914    ' ��� -"      ' ' " |,      _  " ,  '      '  |       * " <s^$&J>    -   Number 1<  Conditional piogkade of the Netherland Ports by British  RATA!     ArrfnCUT ls*sten,��ndDa.irbter>, of Rebekih-.    f. ''Events bf a _se'na��t*o*nal characlsr mav be ����n.r,��rf ..,.,;������ ,1."   I r '     ' ' ������-���'.'."  It  ���a  y(*  .V  '^*  ***���    "J*:*,*  1 '>**-  FATAL ACCIDENT  TO AUTO. PARTY  \Mrs.:  A.   D.    McKerizie  v    Killed ���Allan Eddy  Seriously Hurt.   ���  ���        F,'-MO>  ,- .-*-fes&*  Irs  III   -,  l.'-'j �����'!  1^''  The city was stunned on Monday  morning   last    by    the  receipt   of  telegraphic information from Brides.  ville,   announcing the   death  ia*' a  motor , accident,    ofJ,M*rs.   A. ,D.  McKenzie.    The  party,   which  in-  -s    eluded Mr. and Mrs. McKenzie and  Mrs. Ed. Black of this city, Mr.' and  Mrs. A*.' L. Brooks and A, F.Eddy  j J of Brideville, ������ were   making  their  way from the latter1 place 'toMolson  ��� in Mr   Eddy'sl car, the McKenzie's  Ford  having  broken  down.'   -The  -'   -    lights of the^ car were1 showing^ in.  ,.  ,     differently,   and in the darkness or  semi-darkness the machine left tbe  road at a curve and tumbled over  the  bank.      The -car turned over  once;    and    Mr." Eddy with  Mrs.  McKenzie,   who were in-the front  ,   'seat,   were  pinned  fast   under  the  wreck.-~ It was found to be next to  ^ impossible to raise the machine, so  'help was summoned by Mrs., Black*  - - ���,   .'n Bridcsvi,,e�� and with"s.uch assist:  ,',    ttl,��e"tbe couple were extricated more  :'*i A"- - Jhan an/hour afterwards". _~ Alas,'it  . -     J^as%too  late  in   the  case of\frs.  ^McKenzie, who was' found  to'hsve  ���v;    '-    breathed her last.     Allof theother  ���passengers had miraculous escapes,  , '.   :">   riU��jr^��^xceptioo  of  Mr.   Eddy,  .       s^who:i^L<f��ared "dangerously,^  ���" s.    -      *fas 'p*?*^ in, Frank ,Bucfctess**s  , carto Greenwood the next afternoon..  ^    ..   -An' inqujest was deemed unnecessary  '-.   s-<^ nythe corooerj*/-    Sisters and Daughters of Rebekah,  with which the,deceased  lady was  clo*��ely associated, for'many years.'  The final interment' will -take place  probably on Sunday, at Bellingham,  Wash., to which place the casket,  accompanied by a beautiful array of  floral tributes, was shipped the following day.      Previous to the departure of the train, the service prescribed for such sad occasions was  read by Mrs.   Marshall,'  Mrs. E. E.  Barnes', and Mrs.   D.  ^   'Events bfa sensational character may  be expected during the next, ���  week.    The-firing Jihe fof the.Germ.m, army has now dwindled from 250  BoUntieS OI1 Coyotes, Etc.  to^boutlJOmiles.    Even -so   conservative  an- authority as Kitchener'    Deane, of the  Daughters of Rebekah,' and a gathering representative of the two societies escorted the cortege to the  depot. k    - , \~  '    .  The untimely' passing "of Mrs!  McKenzie came a's'a great shock to  the community, and many'and tender are the sympathetic references  heard on all sides in connection'with     _  tbe distressingand sad event.   Her Mary Amelia C. McKenzie  memory will outlive   this city,* in .     ' _ ��*^^����ie  which she   was a^ potent  factor for  all   that'was"kind    and'generous,  and heartily will our readers endorse  the simple epitaph appearing in this  issue from the pen of one who was  her friend for many years.  ��..p   hat the t.de has turned, in, our favor.   , The  British fleet has estab-  Ned a conditional b ockiuW the Netherlands coast, and matters in  ��aly are approaching a crisis.    It is reported tfat the kaiser has sent an  insulting message to the   King ^f Ira,y informing him that whether he  bethe.conque      or th    vanquished   he will   never forget what be calls  be treaSOn of Italy.    On accoun^ of the strict censorship very little de-  tails of the battle now raging ha^been permitted to filter through.     The  fellowmg ��s a telegraphic summary up to about nine o'clock last night:  A force of 250 Germans with three machine guns attacked police post  \ ^S . ^ It,Sh BCCH ,ana,and)* Force of seven police resisted till all either killed or captured.-Berlin now admits that the Rus.  sia defeat was not very important  win/oTh-rhTrtStyS,o.,ieS  h-6  madC S,ight Pr��^re" on  th��ir'eft  wing on he.ghts north of River Aifene.    Three  counter  attacks by Ger.  mans against British failed.    From Craonne-to Rheims Allies repulsed  violent counterattack.   Allies hav^e progressed on westerd wing, repulsing  s offenstve movement.   AUies have crossed the River Aisne region  The following are the bounties-  payable, by the provincial government-for the destruction of the animals and birds mentioned in the accompanying list:'  For each mature coyote, three  dollars; each mature wolf, fifteen  dollars; each mature cougar, fifteen  dollars. - 1  MINERS'UNION  TO ERECT HALL  1*  tl  $10,000 To Be Expended  on New Building.  At a special meeting of the members   of the  local    union,   held  on  For each  young  of the coyote,   Wednesday,    it    was  unanimously  wolf,   or  cougar,   one  half of  the agreed to proceed at once with the  vigorous offiei  and oniy Oise and Ailette remain* to be crossed!  A\  The  funeral^service^'was-held ,in  Copper  Copper is even quieter than it has  been, and the tone of the market i->  a shade weaker. Lake is 12*4^ to,  12-J^ cents, and electrolytic is 12-^8  to \2yi cents a pound. The metal  is selling in London at approximately the same prices as in the United  States. './About *,_half the usual  amount of copper^ continues to be  exported. Export*v for the,' first  eight days ''of thia'monthck"moiinted'  the rate-of at^little^more. than forty  million pounds monthly,* -This compares with normal exports'of sevenl  ty to eighty million pounds d month  -before the war.  ['���-.^AVye* no foreign demand of importance** for/maonfactiires ofjcop  An Appreciation*  ,       .-     -       T^  BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH  The deceased lady was "born op  February 5th, 1874, in San Francisco, , of English parents, both of  whom survive her. - l  Her father, W. X. Clarke, now  of Richter's pass, Similkameen, was  at that time a contractor in,the city  ofthe Golden gate. After a residence at Stockton and Los Angeles,  the family' moved to Victoria, when  the subject *of our, sketch was about  14 years of,age.   - Later;-while still  Notes From Hedley  (Special to Phoenix Pioneer)  Things are moving'along steadily  in the upper valley.    Already a con.  sign ment of some twenty" carloads  of steel has arrived for the  Coqua-  hilla section  of the   Kettle Valley  railway,   while    some   eighty   cars  more are in prospect or on the way.  It is doubtful if the  Kettle Valley  railway -will  do  more  than   reach  Princeton   this   fall, but  the  Great  Northern steel already extends between  twelve  and-fifteen   miles be-,  yond T^laineeu, while,the grading  to join-Jhe' Kettle Valley line'from  Merritt is "practically'complete  above-named amounts, respectively  . For each mature golden eagle,  but only in respect of such birds  when killed in thecounties of Yale,  Kootenay and Cariboo, three dols.  Every   applicant  for   the   above  bounties must  produce   the   entire  pelt of the animal, within sixfmonths  of the  time  it  was, killed, before a  justice of the peace pr bounty commissioner,   and take oath as to the  date and-place  it was killed.    The  above-mentioned' officials will then  subscribe to the document, which in  turn   is   sent  to   any   government  agent, and   by whom  the bounty is  paid.    The  magistrate  is  also enjoined to punch a hole not less than  half an inch in diameter through the  left ear of each pelt of a mature animal,   while  a  young  pelt  is to be  destroyed.     If a  pelt  is  found   to  have a   hole in either ear'the application for  bounty -is to be rejected.  To receive  thebounty in the case,  of a golded eagle., the* statutory de-  erection of another  hall   to replace  the  .one destroyed    by  fire   some  time ago.    As   far  as is known at  present the'dimensions of the new  building has not been definitely decided upon, but it is  likely that the  one proposed will be one^storey less  than  its predecessor, *consisting of  a theatre, much about the same size  as the   last,   and  a  combined ball*.  room   and    lodgeroom,   with  anteroom, etc.     The sum to be expended forbuilding operations alone will  be between nine and  ten thousand  dollars, with the addition of perhaps  another  five thousand for the furnishing and other equipment.  1  il  4  *-���*-- ��i  ���*���&  Some Hunting  Alec Aeneas, a Penticton Indian,  in company with three others���Andrew Ch.irley, Basil Jack and Pierre  Philip���-while hunting last week in  the vicinity of the Nickel Plate  mountain, ran across a grizzly.- Alec, firing-at it from a distance of 200  Yards.'1..-Wounded ~the "hearl hadU  fa  -la  .>.  {*>�� at?!  -ivhere with  I , -     * r*"*   luneranservice  was "held j in f portance*- for: maonfactures ofjcop-1 conducted . the  -���' ��� ,"���- *   *   St,-John's<church'-*on*'"Tnursdayt-anclIper.has developed,  It is anticipated,'/jauiujrv*'V  .    ^J '  \   ^vere largely attended by /riends of} h,6weYcy* j!1*? our ��ales of wircand / *'       :r\-  Ttbefamily from'near and fan  Amon^ .sh.eet* *nd ��f brass *<"**** �������������-  ���.After  tbe  m����  moved to Sandon, B.C  her husband that was   to   be; they  conducted ��� the  upper valley.    Tulameen is standing  con  ducted with the same disregard for  the laws of honor which their  strate-  well-khown     Reco /.up well under the present depression, /l?6 'aWS ��* t10n0r wh7ch tneir sl  jand.^CoarmOnt    is    finding   a    new / ff 'StS" *^fVe ,showrn' /or   the  /a ws of j the hand.     Thing's were goijag hard    ���  to^he ground. -The Indian at once  grabbed the brute by both cheeks,  but in doing sonvas  bitten through  ttbefamiiyfrom'hearandfar; AmoojH^I**"^"V* brass Roods,in coun"/Cf A,ter  rfte  m,Ders  *        -��� - ; - sj tries not at war must soon assume I Slocan   country  the -mourners were large delegations  considerable, proportions. ��� Boston   nineties      they  from the local lodges of the Pythian I.Commercial.    ** ' '  strike   in    the / m-?rkejc   '<"���  ����*   coal   in  tbe  Kettle \'W**\    People who burn open towns   with   the  The Big Store  >->  B" Jk."  h->     ��.  FOR SATURDAY  Concord! Grapes  Tokay Grapes  Sweet  ���Elberta.  Bartlett Pears  Green Peppers, etc., ete.  AT MONEY-SAVING PRICES  omBsoi  She was a woman of unusual attainments, very much more than  ordinarily well-read, of strong literary and,"(what is not as well known)  musical abilities. Her good judgment was proverbial, and to her  unassuming, spontaneous generosity and kindness of heart, many people here in town, and scattered far  and wide, can testify. The unfor.  tunate and needy never came under  her notice without receiving substantial and, at all times, even munificent benefits; yet, so modestly  were these benefactions' hidden that  this statement is made quite as  much from suspicion as from actual  knowledge.  In social activities her worth has,  many times over, been proved toj  this community, for, in the early  days';of Phoenix, she was for some  years the able and respected secretary of the. White .Cooks and  Waiters union, and since has acted  in'a similar secretarial ��capacity for  the Ladies of the Maccabees, the  Pythian Sisters and Daughters of  Rebekah, which latter two positions  she held, up to the time of her  demise.  It is a general feeling here that  of all the womenfolks in our midst  she belonged to that small coterie  whose activities could least be dispensed with, and whos'e loss would,  be most grievously felt.  * That her future may be as fair  and bright as her life was useful  and generous, is the accepted prayer from the aching heart of the  writer of this all too insufficient  tribute.  miles by team to the point of shipment. - However, the coal is said to  be of a sufficiently superior" quality  that tbe Kettle Valley officials are  paying a higher figure for -it to use  in their steam shovels, ft is expected that the company will take  up the work ^ on the tram without  delay, if the continued demand for  coal this year justifies such outlay.  man,    when a  well-aimed  s  companion's >riflelxid  during-.,the  latter / Va,iejr <���' construction       work.       At!'iaal.ay   mines   '��   tbe open-s-ea "are Ishot From   s  companion's ,rifle   ���._���,      ..^j,      moved    to    Grand / present the company are necessarily /��0t ''be'y tobe overscrupulous in a  the bear out dead.       Strmyage to jamy  Forks and Greenwood, finally 'Ioca-{Produ,=,"nff'at a  relatively   high cost/C��ntr��V"rsy* " j the hunter escaped serious injury  ting   in   this   city,   where  she   was J owing to the   fact   that their aerial  married and has lived ever since.       Jtram 'f  not yet  installed, and the  coal has  to   be   hauled 'some three  .-. -a  ' f�� v    /���  =IC  3C  'Phone 56  P. O. Box 309  Registration Begun  The work of registering subjects  of Germany and/Austria   has  commenced on  the coast.     At Victoria  about 40 voluntarily reported themselves at  the detective office.    The  forms-to be filled out  bear, accurate  descriptions of the persons registering, their business, etc., and whether they  are   reservists,   and   if   so,  what   rank'they held when serving  with "the colors at home.     The system   inaugurated   will   necessitate a  regular report to the police by each  of the persons registering.    According   to   other  notices   which   have  been issued by the  military authorities, those   aliens   who   for   various  reasons, are   placed  under arrest to  be held  under surveillance,  may be  brought   together   at   one   central  point, which  will  be  used as  a detention   quarters   for  the   whole of  the  province   of  British  Columbia.  It  is   extremely  probable   that   the  place    chosen     for    the   detention  camp will be at Vernon.  The Little Store  First Street. McKay & Knight, Props.  FRESH SUPPLY OF  Bartlett Pears  Tokay Grapes  Ripe Tomatoes  Plums  Hot House Lettuce  AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE  PRICES.  "More, much moro, the heart mny fool  Tljuvn tho pen may write, or tho lip reveal."  is:  Her simple and sufficient epitaph  4,A Royal Lady."  Because you have money, don't  get into your head you're a winner.  Just lose it once, and you'll find  yourself about as welcome as a  tramp at a garden party.  Our Prices Are Right.  Prompt Delivery.  dt=  ac  ���"ST i-.^  /  T#E   PJQJSLEfcB,    PtfQEJ&U,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA  aa*  m?:iAvw>m  CLEANS -DI SiNFECTS> ;  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  "     tSStJED  WEEKLY  **  at Phoenix, British Columbia  Subscription, 2.00 per year  2.50 to United States.  G. Kay, Publisher.'  F J  JF4'  #.i*  1  lfe��  j  A,  i  Th"  -  V ' / . -  | v  ��� T  -.    ADVERTING SCALE  1 Application tor Ltquoi Licence (30 days) . $5.00  Aprllcation for Transfer of Llcenco ..   . .87.50  Certificate of Improvement notice (GO days) $7.60  Application to Purchoso Land notices (60 days)  -     *7.50  Delinquent Co-owner notices (90 days) ���.. .$10.00  8mall Water Notices (SO days) *7.60  Delinquent Co-Ownership notices 00 days 825.00  Duplicate Certificate of Title notloeR ...$8.00  Cards of Thanks, 130 cents.  All other legal advortlsinjr, 12 cents a line,  .'���Ingle column, for the first insertion; and 8  cents a lino for oaoh subsoquont insertion, nonpareil measurement.  Display ads $1.00 per inch, single  column, per month. Transient ads.  60c. per inch, per issue; subsequent insertions, 85c. per inch. ��  -SBBKI  at a   particularly   critical period of  that nation's early history.  The press despatches tell us that  the first thing the German prisoners  ask for when captured is food. It's  a most natural thing for them to.do,'  But where, Oh, where, are those  wonderful German field kitchens,  and where are those wonderful  concentrated field rations, a spoonful of which was suppose'd to keep  a man in fine fighting trim for  twenty-four hour^s after the supply  of sausages had run out.  according to Winston Churchill, the  British fleet swept that so-called  German water from Dover to Denmark and failed to find a single warship of the kaiser afloat within its  boundaries. N ,  The commandant of the garrison  of Antwerp must be cursing the perfidy of Germany. Nearly a year  ago the Belgians ordered a supply  of artillery from the .Krupps. Of  course the shipment wasv never delivered, but no doubt Great-Britain  and France will make up the deficiency from their already large  and irfcreasing stock of captured  German war material.  Monday, October 12th, will be  Thanksgiving Day, and not Thursday, October 8th, as- formerly announced. The government has made  the change in order,to meet Jthe  views ofthe majority of people who  were in favor of Monday.  In  1870 the armament of  Paris  consisted of 2627 pieces of artillery  At the offices of six insurance  companies in Montreal the announce  ment was made that volunteers to  the expeditionary force. need not  wdrry about the lapse of "their pre.  miums. The premiums will be  charged asr4oans against the men's  policies. y  Strange Benefactors  <. i  United Kingdom. On the other  hand'they are quite envious of the  way General French is dealing with  the spies that fall into the hands of  The  recent   statement   that   the J tne British troops. '       _ J  British  military forces will  eventu  The German  navy   must make a  specialty  of practicing gunnery on  .small   boats.     The   brave   crew   of  the   Leipsic   made    some   excellent  scores at  close   range by pounding  in pieces their small ship's lifeboats.  Their North sea fleet have also  given us a very fine display by  showing us how easily the Kaisers'  gunners can sink a fleet of harmless  fishing boats-.  ~.     A.       T       ��_    ���..��� .�����..,* I by  mistake,   her  The French authont.es,are not at  J ^.^    and  all pleased with the way the   British   ^    * ^     ^   ^^   .^.^  government are treating spies in the -- '  A    case   exemplifying    the   real  brotherhood of man,  as the abo*ri-  ginies look  at  the   principle, is related in connection  with  the arrival  of the Indians at the hop yards last  week.     An Englishman with a wife  and   six   small   children     lived   at  Lillooet;   work was  scarce  and the  husband set  out to  look for a job,  and was  last   reported   as   being in  the    neighborhood    of   Vancouver.  The   mother  and'children  were   in  sore  straits,   apd when the Indians  set out   for   the hop yards., the Indians   being  agreeable,   the woman  decided to come with them with the  idea of securing some work to provide the  bare necessities  for herself  and liftle ones.     In leaving Lillooet,  blankets and  few  KingEdwapd Lodge  'No. 86, A.F. and A.M.  Regular communication at 8  p.m.   Second. Thursday of  each month,  -'mergent meetings as called; Masonic  Hall, McHale Block.  W. .J. Pierce,  JohnFinlay, Jr., wm  ' Secy.  I. O. O. F.  Snowshoe Lodge  NO. 46  Meets every Monday Evening at  Miners' Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  Hany Elsmore, Noble Grand.  A. L. McKirmou, Fin. Secy.  Jus. Pierce, Kec. Secy.  Daughters of Rebekah  Phoenix Lodge No. 17  Moot* in   tho   Minors'   Union   Lodffo  Hall First and Third Wednesdays.  Mrs. W. Humphreys, Noblo Giand  Mrs. A. I). McKonBio, Seoi-etary.  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF* EAGLES  without food or shelter, besides be  ing unable  to   procure   the coveted  employment and the accommodation  such work provides.      The Indians,  however., showed   the  woman and  Phoonix Aerio No. 158  Meets in Union Hall, Friday Evenings.  Visiting brothers are always welcome.  Dan Patterson, W. P.  T. R. Clarke, W. Secy.  ally    attain   a   number    exceeding  i,800,000 has a great significance  to  many   people,   who'"appear   to  j think there will  be no necessity for  .   such an army  in  the present' cam-  5 ,pa>g��-     It is ' now   hinted   that. ..the  ' ' object of the-'Br itish is for. her-repre-  "sentative to" have/somethlogielse to  sea is named the German ocean, yet,    children   every  consideration,   pro-  On all  German   maps the North |viding food  and   blankets.      They  brought the case to the attention  of the authorities, but with little  success. The, woman's > strange  benefactors, however prevailed, and  the-next morning the much*perplex~  ed mother started to earn something  to'provide forv her children..- She  will now, ,no "doubt,, be,well'looked  throughthe generosity T6f val-  -ChtlUwack Progress.  K. of P. Lodge,  No. 28  Phoenix,  B.O.  Meets Tuesday Evening at 7.30.  Sojourning brothers cordially welcomed.     .  O. H.' Knight, C. C.  E. E. Barnes, K. of R. S.  PYTHIAN SISTERS  '��� -  Mountain Temple Lodge No. 17  <      Meets In Pythian HalL Lower Town ,    ,  Second and Fourth Thursdays'.  *> *���*������ .  4&*l -  W/'  '*&  -as^��-^J��*^��^ttctf**'*-^nft^'days  ���      SS^*"'?  !    '      c*1 jj >-..���!   ~        - ""I*'  ^i|r��V '* ^ -'Peter has  been an ice-free portion  the'Baltic.      They are already practically   conquerors -as   far   west   as  DaDzic,   and    if    they   carry   their  operations   much  further  along the  seaboard   to   the   Oder,   will   Great  Britain be&a party to an agreement  allowing  them   to  stay  there?     If  not, how   will   the   Russian be able  to hold  their own in the face  of an  onslaught by a huge British army  operating under cover of the tremendous    fire    from    the   combined  Brinish.fleets?     Such a move on the  part of the Czar would  menace the  integrity of Denmark, Norway and  Sweden*,  'all    of   which   countries  Great-Britain  has given   her sworn  statement* to ,protect   and  defend.  Such   a    contingency   would  bring  about  a   similar   situation   for   the  **��� -j <  Russians'as that' at ^present facing  Germany. Her army would also be  divided, one opposing the advance  bf an Indian army through Afghanistan and the other operating on the  shores of the Baltic. It is safe to  ^ay that of all the diplomats assembled at such a meeting no single  delegate will wield such power as  that in the hands of the ambassador  of King George.  '*���  Richard Lloyd George; son of the  Shoes; good fit, nice shape, and  British  Chancellor,   has joined the  nothing but the best of stock used u. ���        .     ..  .���.   . army.    His  younger  brother  is   a  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  ..    /       , .    I, ��� .        ....  lieutenant m the same regiment that  NICK   FALORCIA, / hfs   eldest   brother  is serving'as a  *~.  -Mrs. Geo. Barnes,  M.E.C.  Mrs. W. Wills.  M.K.O.  Why  PRIZE CATTLE AT SPOKANE FAIR, SEPT. IB to 21, 1914  9Kit BE?* **-*  ���-  ASS ;^ 1 ,���.    )/,   f-    \  "  An outcry, evidently engineered  by our German "friends," has been  raised by, a few Canadian papers,  against the Dominion participating  in a war in which her forces are  lined up on the side of Russia.  War, like poverty, makes strange  bedfellows, and even so democratic  a country as the United States has  never repudiated the visit of the  Czar's fleet and  his   moral support  * v.  -*  UTTON<  BED  for Sf&Tiaort and farm oro best  fox B.Csoil. Ss��o Catalogue fox  '' -Solid' ducr-f-antee of p-uxity  ama jr|cfri*ai*riatio*a  8<8te&&&w*��ot ���opy��ie&  Sw'itqn &SQna.ThQ.Kin��s Soedmon  Ac*tF,Woo dward  V��c6��oriS3     Si       Vancouver  ,   6IS rorfsr. 667 Granville Sh  ��dtB AQEMT* rod BRITISH -COLUMBIA  Reduced Fares & Slimmer   ���  of 1914 i -_  f On sale June 1st to September, 30th."  Final   Return  limit,  October  31st.   -���  r^,.W....rr.i  Winnipeg, $60.00 Montreal, $150.00  St. Paul - 60.00 St. John ��� 120.00  Chicago - 72.50 Halifax  ��� 129.35  Toronto  ��� 92.00 New York 108.50  Compartment Observation Cars, Electric Lighted  Standard Sleepers.  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.  RECO STEAM LAUNDRY  Phone SO. Dominion Ave.  6li  lian  .��>  J. V. R0URPB-3Y,  DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT, NELSON, B. C  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories and in a portion of the  Province of British Columbia, may be  leased for a term of twenty-one years  at an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,560 acres will be leased to  one applicant.  Application for a lease must be uiadc  by   tlae  applicant  in   person  to   the  jAgeiit 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 unsur-  veyed territory the tract applied foi  shall be staked out by the applicant  himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if the rights applied foi are not  available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the meichantable*  output of the mine at the iate of five  cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting foi the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay UK,  royalty thereon. If fche coal minmK  rights are not being opeiated, such returns should be furnished at least once  a year.  The lease will include the coal nuninif  rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to pui chase whatever available  surface rights may be consideied  necessary for the working of the mine  at the rate of^lO.OO an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of Lhe  Department of the Interior, Ottawa  or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dol  minion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interim.  N.B.��� Unauthoiized   publication   of  this? advertisement will not be paid foi  ���30000.  RIDINCx AN  OUTLAW AT SPOKANE  FAIR.  SEPT. 12 to 20  Spokane Interstate Fair  SEPTEMBER 12-20  ;' On Sale 11th and 12th.    Return Sept. 21  t '' -'- *' -   *" '-.I'*  .J..V. INGRAM, Ageht,.P^oenix.  Send in Your Stationery Orders and  Holiday.Printing: to the  Phoenix Pioneer  THE HOMRVOF-  (. ':  * *     **    ���      i   "-���     ��      +      /  f v*.        i     % v'    *-   "v-**** 2 ��� X  AMIS  h ��  A BUSINESS' MAN  IS  KNOWN' BY THE  QUALITY .OF PRINTING .REUSES  Our Stock of Stationery > the Best that can  be prociired in  Canada, ;i���d Pur Workmanship will: meettyitb^bur approval  #  Why Not Have Your Stationery  Printed by Us^? f  We^make a specialty, of Letterheads, Envelopes; Billheads,  Note Heads, Memos., Visiti^ Cards, Menus, Posters,J  Wedding Invitations, Check  Kooks, By-Laws,  and ,n fact anything-done with Printers'  INK AND  PAPER  No Job Too Large, None too Small  Thi  ���?2.00 per Year in Advan  ce- ?250 per Year to Lf;S.  ;wto8Bw�� Mr
Are You Suffering From A.
Auto-intoxicatgan f
the' state of being
i. -
The   dictionary
gaye that Auto-
  Intoxication    Js
pores of the body falling to *hmu,««il sto",ach» bowels, kidneys, liver, or -
nervousness, headaches, faSfol ipSfteP^& SIh^^S^^^^^'
iSilSSS V1? ?0UbIe-    n firs* a^; the system to ' ifflrffi '
eii<ujies ine ooay to eliminate its own noisoni u/itiu-iut    J*-".0-**?.'*. wh*' *"*u ■houM
Concentrates     |
will remit cut of wrap-
^ What is to be known, officially as
machine gun battery *No. 1, has
been equipped at a cost of considerably.over $150,000, the expense be.
ing'borne,by a number'of prominent
meririn Canada. '" ' ■• -
At a .meeting of the North'*Vancouver municipal council,"it was de-
c.Jed   to   give   Austrians   and Ger.  have so lar'proved  a great drawing
Spokane Interstate Fair
Spokane,    Wash.,    Sept.    18.—
Farmeis  unions    and  granges  will
have outings at  the  Spokane Interstate fair, which opened on Septem*.
ber 12tli.     Splendid programs have
been prepared.and farmers throughout the country   in   large   numbers
have signifie-d* their  'mention  lobe
present.      Th-.   evcnii.g'atiraotions
^T!!lWOnderfuIbaker-  Thafs because
me beat flues completely encircle it.
cent Btampn-to Dr.K "I
Horce. Buffalo, N X.
Queen's Hotel
We beg to announce the reopening of the Queen's Hotel     Ti
popular hotel has been completely refitted throughout;
everything new and up-to-date.    Large lofty rooms,
heated with hot water.   Perfect fire appliances.
Night and Day Service
Patrons of thisliotel will  find  in  it all  the comforts of home.
Perfect satisfaction Ls assured all our guests.    ItJ.s      '
. the most centrally located hotel in town. '
Bar Stocked with BestWInes, Liquors, Cigars
m.nis in the employ ofthe city, two
weeks in which to' naturalize as
Hi, itish subjects. • Otherwise they
will be-'clischarged.'''''
A pretentious.-residence within
s>i«ht of Windsor castle was raided
by the police, and its .occupant, a
prominent German, placed under arrest and sent to*a detention camp
The police also' seized a large quantity of German correspondence.
A wholly inadequate  fine was* imposed on two Chinamen  recently by
the Sumas magistrates.   The chinks
were caught in the act of destroying
fish, and one of them who handled
caul, an I  the "wild west"  program
will, he   continued   unii
day which is Sunday.
Ihe closing
'>" *¥;■
''<"t> ..<"■$
the powder was'fined $20 and costs,
while his companion who was seen
picking up the trout, got off with
a penalty of $10 and costs.'
A private of the . 103rd Regiment,
Since  the   reign   of   the   present
kaisei-b grandfather, William-1, thelo.,^
monarch*,  of Germany  have clistri.        -
buted    over    forty' tluiusand    Jroii
Crosses for distinguished bravery in
the field. The Victoria Cross, which
was instituted  by Queen Victoria in"
1855,   has    only   been   awarded   to
about   two   hundred   recipients,    of
which there are only 150 now living.
The crosses   of  both   countries  are
manufactured   froni    the   metal   of
captured  cannon,   and   intrinsically
satisfies the most exiting
M ^ - J cook on every point; Let the
McClary dealer demonstrate the fact
bt Morrin -Thompson & Co;
-  tux
v •
are worth considerably less than a
cent apiece. Queen Victoria and
King Edward were always sparing
in bestowing the , British decoration, but the Iron Cross of Germany
r - j         -. ..                        *■** ' U,J» uul [ne lron Cross of Germanv
was fired at while  he was on sentVy aon^r.    .„    -,         u          ,  ermaq>
„► .u         i                                    '   c,-l'-> appears    to    have   been    bestowed
at the ordnance stores in  Catearv. h.,-n^ u...u_, _....                oestowea
bythe bushel measure.
Your Milk Supply
Should come from healthy and vig-orous Stock,
manner    Separated Cream' insures purity and
quality. . The Dairy produces both.
THE DAIRY J : J. W. Hanr-iam; Prop.
A. O. -JOhnson, Prop.
, ^
First-Class Accommodation for Miners
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_    , ;°5>»--^«tr*jr/
Almstrom's   Book Store
Stationery, Confectionery and Fancy Goods
- Kodak Supplies and Wall Papers. ■
All the latest Books and Newspapers.  * .
Phone 42
New Model>merican Oliver Type-
to everybody, everywhere.
This amazing offer—the
writer No. 5 at 17c. a Day—is open
Clerks on small salaries can now afford to own Olivers. By utilizing spare moments for practice they may fit themselves for more important positions.     A small first payment brings   the  machine, then you
save 17c. a day and pay monthly. _,   -    .
/        ' G. KAY, Agent, Phoenix.
at the ordnance .stores in  Calgary,
last week. '  After challenging.two
suspicious looking men, one bf them
took deliberate aim with."/rifle, the
bullet from whichv pasWd throrfgh a
part of the soldier's overcoat.     The
sentries have beendoubleri.' '
The African" World,-published in
London, says an- active movement
is on foot to offer the Imperial government a corps of picked British
and- Africander troops. General
DeWet will most likely be in command. Another interesting piece of
news is that General Botha's son
has volunteered for active service
with the British troops in Europe.
^ According to news brought tb
Seattle, this week, the power
schooner Ruby .has-.been stopped
by ice.' She was loaded with stores
for the northern posts of the Hud-
f0* .Pfy *;company, .the' mounted*
.'police "-and -the "members" of;-" the
Stefansson expedition 'at Herschel
island. - It is reported that- the
Ruby will winter, at- Teller? She
has a' number,of Hudson Bay officials on board. ,
The announcement   has just been o.
made that   the Russiarj'grov^mrnent|-ar,d wholesome   ft   bring"s   the
has. purchased   the   ice  breaker" tug-, j smile".
H.   T.   Home.     The   vessel   which! '     .       'PHONE   23
was usually  employed  on the  great   PHOENIX   BREWING  CO.
lakes is to leave in a day or two for ,       , „„_^ " "Tw   vv*
a    u ■   «u-\"       .        ■    . - - LIMITED
Archangel, which   port  is just now
of  inestimablt    value   because   the
German   fleet  from  Kiel dominates
the   Baltic.     It   is   understood  that
the purchase was'made through the
Russian ambassador at'Washington
who  recently  called   on  Sir Robert
Borden at Ottawa.
Hotel Brooklyn
The Only First-Class and Up-To-Date
. Hotel in Phoenix. New from cellar
to roof. Best Sample Rooms in' the
Boundary, Opposite Great Northern
Depot*      y   y      Modern Bathrooms.'
O. D. ^Bush, Prop.
Phoenix, B.C
Everything in Men's Wear
Caps, etc. *
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Thos- Brown
'Everything a. M
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W< r* j
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'^reet-the comirigL of a tasfe of
WHY?       -      -
Because the Beer "is so* g-ood'
r,    A Nice Selection ofthe Latest
Victor Records, especially
J    *■ * t \
• the latest dance music        *, „ .   "
, ■—■ j. *rs . -■ ■- , j
JVew  Songs, etc. "   **
Hoch Der Kaiser
(Special to Count von Bernsdorf.)
Berlin^ Sept'. 90.—Germany vic-
torfbus/eyerywhere.; ..In If ranee the
ever ■popularr crown prince rushed
out of hi§. tent-' and captured three
million -French and English. The
prince'had "'.one arm tied behind his
back, as oiily one ha"od was needed
for the work. The Kaiser has sent
him, the Jeather medal of the Order
of the Budweiser;
. On the North sea the torpedo
boat Pretzel dashed out of the harbor and 29 British dreadnoughts
sank with fright.
In East Prussia a Zeppelin captured 800,000 Russians. The Czar
got away and is being pursued.
' London is panic stricken and e^g^
are selling at $9.20 ^each. The King
sleeps in the cellar every night.
The Frankfurter Zeitung, the
leading German socialist organ in
a stirring editorial speaks as follows: Censored.
By kind permission of the Kaiser
the band ofthe Hamburger Mincers
will escort all Americans to the
station. A salute of 1000 guns was
fired when the news arrived from
Washington that the war was over.
A. D. Liarsberg.
Many will sympathize -with the
Germans as they are said to be suf-
fc-ring from a' shortage of the stuff
that made Milwaukee famous.
The Strathcona Hotel
Steam Heated Throughout
The Finest Accommodation for
the Travelling Public.
Nine Well-Lighted
Phone 12
Of all._kjnds promptly attended
to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders.     Phone A65.
James G. McKeown
E. A. Black, Jeweler
Goodyear Tires and Tubes
Corn pressed^ Air* on Draught
, A  Real   Lever  Simulation
Isold watgh free.
A stratghtforward ffonorous
offer from nn 09tabllt*hed
Ann. Wo (iro clvinff away
Watches to thousands of
peoplo all over tho
world ns a buce
advert I somen t. Now
In your clmnco to
Obtain ono. Write
now, oncloshiir 25
cents for ono of onr
fashionable Ladl oa'
Ixmi? Oiinrda, or
Gents' Alberta, aont
cnrrlsco paid to wear
with the watch, which
will Ixs 'nclvun Froo
(thoao watches nro
guaranteed flvo years),
should you tako tul<
vantago ol onr marvtil-
| Ions offer. We expect roa to toll yoar frauds
about as and show them tha beautiful watch.
Don't think this offer too ffood to bo true, but cond
25 Oont» to-day and caln a Froo Watch. Yon
will bo ajnar-ed • WILLIAMS A LLOYD, Wholesale.
Jewellon) (Dept.l1*1). 80. Cornwallifl Hoad. London, M.,
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HORSE RACING AT SPOKANE FAIR, SEPT. 15 TO 21, 1914 f0 " "'   * *'  m  /.f^W*.  mWtj-l ���(   t ���AlWr* Jt* fi-^f v   J*V*5^y-f   M  ������ ���>***.���   -J. ,-L.i*-k*5  ���>rt( ��H*^,l./'J*F����.       1-     **���    f  ��MM ra^ptrt���!*���*>*���*��� ���y^vA-^^,  .V^tF***^!^  THE   PIONEEE,    PHOENIX.    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ��I �� IB  First-class Fir and Tarn-  arac Wood, $6.00 per cord  cord.  k-'v' **V ���   Pine Wood, $5100 vper  .5  ���. .-    t" ��.. - <*   i ���**  ' Fir and Tamarac, doubIe"cut,  *- * per cord, $7.00.  * .VI  > WOOD DE.IVKRED  ON   SHORT  NOTICK. 'Phone B 32  HOW TO GET STRENGTH  after any sickness is purely a matter'of  nourishment, whether the attack wag  an ordinary cold or severe illness; the  weakened forces cannot repulse disease  germs, and this is why a relapse is so  often fatjal or why chronic weakness often  follows .sickness. ,  '  , Restoring strength to millions of people  for forty years has proven the real need  for taking Scott's Emulsion after any  sickness; nothing equals it���nothing  compares with it. Its pure, medicinal  nourishment, free -from alcohol or opiates,  promptly creates rich blood, strengthens  the nerves and lungs to avert tuberculosis.  Local and General  Robt. Forshaw  S if *  C. ?c  Knowledge, lrke a plant, must be  cultivated and nourished; it does  not*come spontaneously.  90��0<KK'��XKX-^XK^KKKX'*OeX  $485   FROM PHOENIX   $4.85  r*  FOR THE ROUND TRIP  ���  To the Twelfth Annual  Nelson  Fruit Fair  ,  NELSON, B. C.  Sept 23/24, 25  COME AND BRING YOUR-FRIENDS.  Mr. and Mrs, Roy Turner left on a  visit to friends at "Laurier, on Thursday.        > s /  Mrs, Prank Peterson, .<of- Grand  Forks, came up on Wednesday for the  funeral. ' '     ���*  Born���At Phoenix, on Wednesday),  September 16th, to Mi-7 and Mrs. Robert Forshaw. ��� > ~  jMiss Mary Biner left town on Mon^  day tb pay a visit to relatives in Calgary, Alta. / * -  Mrs. Coutts and daughter, of Grand ,  Forks, were visitors in town for a|  couple of days this week. ,  Messrs. W. Libby and Bert Davies  are hunting" the wily deer in the fastnesses of the north fork of the Kettle  river.  Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Morrin are the  guests of the latter's sister at Walla  .Walla, Wash. They left for the States  on Monday.  Mrs. Marshall, of Nelson, cam* in on  Wednesday-for the purpose of attending the funeral of her late friend, Mrs.  A. D. M'Kenzie. n  Mrs. J. Mullin, wife of the manager  of the local Bank of Commerce, returned to town on Monday from a prolonged visit to relatives in the east.  St Andrew's church (Presbyterian^  ���Service, Sunday next, Sept. 20th, at  11.00 a.m., Sunday school at 2 p.m. All  welcome. Rev. J", R. Munro, minister.  Geo. Biner, one of the most promising of Boundary studeuts at Gonz^ga  college, Sjpokane, left' on Tuesday^ to  take  up   his studies  for the "winter  term.      : '     - -"*--'��������?  . ,   , I., ^  The  many  friends  of^ Mrs." 'R^t*- J,  [Gardner of Grand Forks, "will learn  | with sorrow'of her 'dangerous illness/  I Mrs.' Almstrom left oh Friday morn  ing for her sister's bedside. *  Air. and Mrs. J. Vivian, who hav."  jjeen in chaige of the boarding house  arrangements at the Highland mine,  Ainsworth, arc now visiting at the  home of the latter's parents in Colville, Wash.   '"  D. A. VigneauXj secretary, of the  local branch of the Miners' union, tendered his resignation a few days ago.  His successor will ninnfc Hkpilv. h�� n.i).  r^* T ~*~-     ^ f  nounced after the next regular meeting of the members.  Robert Clark, brother of the   late  Mis, McKenzie.} arrived in town ,on  Thursday   from   Bellinghaw, Wash.  I The following morning be left in company with his father and Mr..McKenzie for Bellingha'ru.      - ***    '  '   Among   the   many   from   outlying  points who came up to pay their sympathetic   respects   to' their departed  friend .were   Mrs.   Ed.   Richter    of  Rock _ Creek,  Mr. and   Mrs. T.v Lawrence, of Grand' Forks; D.  Buchanan,  Mrs. Davidson, Grand Forks; Thomas  \Velsh, of Bridcsville; and Miss Frow-  ley, of Greenwood.   ,  T Jim-Whittaker, chief of staff of the  local grand army of the unemployed,  1-flft his headquarters at the Brooklyn  this week and established himself in  Spokane. "For a young'fellow," says  Ark "this town is the limit, and I for  one can't stand it any longer. If I  hear anyone talking to himself in Spokane, I'll tell 'em where to go,"  W.    Blackstock   and   J.   McQuoid  (brought in another fine bag of grouse  ^t'fie forepart "of the week.   The hunt,  organized, at the Brooklyn" hotel, .for  the^purpose of skinning the hide off a  "large bear that has been seen in the  "gulch, turned out a blank/  The rain,  it^appears, "oMiteiated the tracks," so it  ;w��s i^'eedjm postpone the operation  till someone found  the animal dead  etsaSaet  ���rfwtfr--  njfatfimmat&i', i��i��'i li.'ih  -��*--  aaarttJ-wfaa  DRUGS, DRUGGIST'S SUNDRIES, HIGH-CLASS  ���STATIONERY, PERFUMES,. CONFECTIONERY  mamaammaaamBmmmamaaaaaaBmaamamammaaamammamammmmaammmmmaamma^^  1.        * . .-  ' " ' - - '  Agent for the famous Nyal and Na-Dru-Co Preparations.  t;��.':  PHOENIX, B. C.  Fortunate Fire Fighters  from old age.  1       i*  \Wa  J. A. IRVING?  . , ��   - ' Pres.'  G. HORSTEAD,  -^ecy.  P.O. 392,'Nelson, B.C.  Not Far Away  &���    ,     - ' ~     ���*  *-r��'��7' 4 -   ' -'   i  J* - ' .y'.pr -����h\ **���_���^cab^  a-  i- Send for Prize List * "   '  :*-������<������  ...X fMSC-  *i~,  '"���Jfrli  *S?k?*fy.-  5^  ��?-$��&  4<7  *> i  Not far away i       '  The city whex-e they walkltoday  The undiscovered country, where the friends  Are resting that walked with us but yesterday,  And in our visions we their forms may see  Because the veil is lifted when we sleep.   *  Angels come nearer then their watch to keep,  And those we love speak low td you and me.  �� * * Not far away  The country where- no sorrows ever come.  The land of'sweet release, the land of endless peace  _?"*. -���* '-'-\- -The heavenly home. - .  # J-   ��� "      .',it��ok not so far for streets ^all paved*with gold,,.  '���,>   '���"jr^'K*~����4$<fy"C "^^Foihajbiness^untbld,   ,  ../'v";:tV ^Tlw^stood^ajattolet'owlpy^oinW  ;-?.  ���.���f.*"*'  ��.  >-  \\*i  INTERSTATE  -v *;  SEPT. IZW 20-131  f} >'-J-"2l���0'*���',   V**"  |V^#-;C*-V  fONG the Amusement Features will Hahrmn's  Cheyenne Frontier Days���150-Cowboys-with  a trainload of stock presenting every thrilling  WiTd West Contest known. -<l��Polo Games  will be held daily between Canadian and Amer-l  ican teams, competing for the Nordtwesterri"  International Championship - " -^ -  V-�� ">'^J?^^:^a��^^U"include Motorcycle .BacesJ^Relay -  Kace*,, Indian Races, Cowboy-Races, and the^tisual-^Runiiinj-t-  ^And when at.evehhig"sink's the western sun'  1 On couch of gold'and crin.son, sinks to rest'  . -  And folds the gentle evening to his breast,  The angels come and go,  Thrusting aside the trifling films between,  Keep, watch and ward above us in our dreams,  Clasp close within their own the outstretched hand,  Quiet the doubts that rise  To sepaiafce us from Paradise,  And lead us onward to the better land.  Neulie Hart Wordsworth.  "While fighting fires with the  Forest Service three miles from  Northport Ust week a group of men  from Republic, unexpectedly ran  onto a big ledge of ore, which according to six different assays will  run approximately $72 to ther ton.  Six claims have been staked, and  operations will begin this week.  Mining experts of wide experience  say that the position  of the   ledge  and the  formation   are  unlike any.  thing they have  ever  encountered.  Lying in a  svyamp   covered   with a  dense grovvtrTof timber and underbrush,  the rich, streak  of ground,  although fully exposed   to the surface,   had   escaped.'.the  notice   of  prospectors   until   burned   by   the!  recent fire.    The steak  is forty feet  wide, and is thought  to   be  a main  ledge extending through  Rossland.  The��black sand  which   is  almost  always found in  gold formations is  entirely absent from this body.   The  ore is of a decidedly red color, being  oxidized through exposure. -Copper  which is usually found in conjunction  with gold is missing   from the^ore,  and the percentage of silver is very  small. J    ;  ' The ore is thoroughly decomposed  andjies in great quantities on the  top of the ground. The ledgejs but  one mile from a wagon road, and  two miles from the railroad, so that  working and transportation will be  relatively inexpensive. The location  is on the Columbia, and ore can be  transported' on" barges 23 *. miles, up  the river to Trail for smelting.  The  MILK AND CREAM  - \  The rich quality of our Milk and  Cream   is gaining  new  patrons  for us daily.    We. solicit a trial.  Delivery made to any part of the  city.    Mail us a card.  m  f-ii ������:������'  life;  The PHOENIX DAIRY  W. A. Mottny & SonH, Propn.  SHINGLES  ,;fCOAST CEDAR /  COAST FLOORING  ANDFINISH    . *  FIR  Charles Kinney  *   greenwood", b. c.  PHONE 19  f-'.Ull  -1  \M  RANCH FOR SAL��  distance by-road, to Rossland is 17  miles'.^ Jtt isiexpected -to-have fifty  carioads in a very short Vimei^-Re-'  public News Miners '. ^~ t, : LJ>  - v 7v**  <Z ,- -    -���;,     ^- /    -     * -**  Every Woman  k      b InmwBd ��od abould know  Spray  ,t    Bat  cleanses  'iskyfcur  mifDSOlt SOTTLT CO.,  | WUiWi Oat. Cnwnl Agnitx j>t (  Consists of 158 acres of patented  land/ on the west side of Kettle river,  four miles north of Cm-lew, in Ferry  County, Washington, TT.S.AiV on the  main county* road between Cut-lew and  Danville. Composing thii* tract, 18  acres is well timbered, and 80 acres is  rich loam, good for plowing; OOuacres  bf tho latter being bottom, and 20 acres  bench, land. The district public school  is situated on this tract. The Spokane.  and'British Columbia railway pa����eii>  in front of tfie dwelling house, and thjj  Gi-eat'Northirn railway travsraeti th*  n-lafest land,"on the ea4t-si-*le of thV __  river. ^The 'improvements' consist' of ~"l  fencing, a barn, cow shed and several  other buildings. " Price $3,000/  Terms, $500 spot cash, and the balance, bearing six pel- cont*inteiet.fc per *-"  anrutm,- payable at purchaser's   convenience within five "years "from  date  of sale.    Deed to be placed  in  escrow  and delivered to the purchaser at the  time   of  making   his   last  payment.  Apply to   M.   H.   Joseph,   Republic,  Wash, U.S.A.  MSfstifip*":  As%?0y3��>Sy  *" 'y?w^&y y  p*:ftr;^B;;!5;  ere vWill he da-Oy lectures and meetings of interest. '  ^r __**���!" -*~"v*dtition*Ten.t. -OLMbre^than 10,000 separate C"1*"^  *^-���*p�� a��e offered and it costs nothing to compete for theni  S9*?a, '  I ��i, .  '^VorHirft^emonstrations of every sort of Improyed ^Ari-  .ctutaral Machinery will be made       * ^^        " -     *- -. *"    1  i  ���     "A *^ ���^a-u^wa"y* "wiU'ferant reduced rates -    - ^   '    '  l^'V'   fe-P^y-P^^i^/a^P^mium List, address-503 Cnam- '  h   -beep of Commerce BuilcUn&'SpQkane, Washington   -  .*C.*"'->-  "-���.I*   V.-'     '-"!'  H'1 > ?'  ^'  If You Wish to Help the Trust,  Buy Eastern IWiSk  &    ?     '  *��.-?   i.  p >.     , -  WA * "���- ;���  miAji  '#$$��" "\ -''  iSf'H'       f- u    i  Pi?  v)^"    .*  k a   * -  W$f     '''  J^+ h 'nral'it  Saw," U  as" w p., ���>,  ������ -',i*,;.v...  Ii jim -.Msh to BUILD  UMBIA buy B. C. Milk.  MVTURAL FLAVOR.  UP  BRITISH COL-  B. C.   Milk has the  Use it in cooking and  o.iTKing in place of raw  milk���you   will   be delighted with the results.      Try 'this' recipe for  "Cream Salad Dressing."     T\vb eggs, % cup  B. C.   Milk, }<, Teaspoon salt, a little cayenne  pepper, y2 teaspoon powdered mustard, ^ cup  cup vinegar; mix  in  bowl, place  bowl  in   hot  1 water and cook until creamy  ^DIRECT raME4CWITToimHEN^  *   X  AXAA  OVER $25  BUYING ^KHJIl  RANQE  *TOSFALL.  tu*"^  ^7  'ilr^i0pry  $412?  $49*^  2B���� WE BBriBRBORi  Yon am tony DOMINION PRIDE RANGE at Faefoay Price  IHreeS-froin tbe Latest Malleable Range Works In Canada  *     UmwUctoier'*   P��fit * Jotter?  S^e^^    fL*�� ��nn2S5?#S?^S?TS?. t4,1 to $49 which y��u P^  Handling   ��ad Selling + Jobber's   Profit TSS5w?    2A D0MimS1l -PMDB^ Range and the $6g to $78  T^^m* "Factory to BU..H MlHng plta .���    ^^7 ^OUfi to ��">*<>ute ^5 or fco to the  ^t^amsnMeentout^o^thetuAtialmanaStLctnring In the���  .Insurance Agent  PfD.eUTV BONDS, PLATE GLASS,  lCO,M'jjfl'SSlONER FOR TAKING  'AFFIDAVITS"   .   ;  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX, B-O.  EWE  ' -MP  fflE PPEJSH PIONEEI  S<��nt to any part of the Dominion for $2.00 a year.  Here to a Boofc Wort. Havtag  Ft��ae aO-wat caoklac from the time tb*  um pot ta b��e a. -The Book cootahu  Interestlnv Infer-  JttftUon gathered  iroai many oo/ttr-  **��� sad i�� iiiug-  tratcd   proftwcJy.  ,��m&��swb _|     ���toC-wkStew"'  ���tooUUsaUabont  the "DomialoB  PlrA<^e������ Range,,  whether you need  it Range jtut now  ��r aM you will  eajoythU boofc.  ��t  DOMINION P11IDE RANGE"  yoa get a'foil doUar'a worth of actual atove value  for every dollar you pay.  ,The ������DOMINION>RID*S" ia made of tough,  ���trong malleable iron and the best blue polished  ��eel���-materials that will neither warp, crack nor  break, to that it will last a lifetime. It is made in  the largest Malleable Iron Range Works in Canada,  and each range is backed by our unconditional  guarantee.-  The "DOMINION PRIDE" look* well, cooks  well, saves fuel and is easily cleaned. You'll be  proud of ita neat, handsome appeal ance in your  kitchen, and of the appetizing food it will cook to  perfection for yoa. You'll appreciate the ease of  Keeping its blue polished steel surface and the  ^fv.d*Sth' ^our husband will be more thari pleased  2?  . ���S55��/J^SVS.tlon In the coal or wood bill���for  A "DOMINION PRIDE" Ranc*-*   wii-H W.vt,  ���Rh,��3 ��S5 ��-to K�� "nd��,r �����ge. 8 sections Blue  Polished Steel Pipe and 2 Elbows, will be delivered  to any Station in Ontario, Quebec or the  Maritime Provinces for $41, or to anv Staii��� Yn  ?ithForXST,Pr��Vi^ teuFk toabe���������  with order and balance to be paid when Ranee is  delivered at your Station. If not convenient to?pay  cash we will arrange Ao accept your note.  Canada Malleable & Steel Range Mfg. Co. Limited, Oshawa, Ontario.  W1m��i xnithag H -trill be a distinct favor to- tu if you will mention tide paper.  ������*������*,  u>,  &  tv  art-  if  I  "  .ft  ���   fJx^ . ,  '.    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