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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Sep 26, 1914

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Array 3S6UK  "V  j1?  <���  '**.  Tie largest copp��r mines in-  the Dominion are situated,  at Phoenix. - The Granby >  Co. employs 500 men, and  ���has a monthly pay roll of  over $60,000: Two railroads  afford access to the city.  \  ^ S.  W.,'  /  7, . ��� JV*M  ;     , . -, ''-'ti'Sl  *J  SIXTEENTH YEAR  pevotodtothe interest, of the Boundary Mi���,n|r DIstrltei  PHOENIX, B.C., SATURDAY^ SEPT. 26, 1914  ^*"���TWWIMMI *_-_  THB   PaoENlW   PXONKEB    is J  published   in   the  highest I  municipality  in   Canada��� I  altitude, 4;800 ft.   The city I  has a population of 1,500, j  and    possesses    first-class J  hotels, opera house, schools j  ���{<.  -"      - ��� * ���   ���^"'*> B.C., SATURDAY, SEPT. 26,  1914 ~ " ' ���   ,���,  f-^ ' \_--_ JiL ��� -     "" __    -^,     <H$^gg5fc>        Number 11  Enormous Russian Army isWow Advancing on Bresl^n  ENEMIES'    OTRJIffiTS       J which is imprisonment until the end     '    The,followin* is a synopsis of .h, �������... , ,        .    ..     _      .      I.      ���    ,  ��        . *^*   ywlttU  I  ENEMIES   ^UbJECTS  MOSTfOWSSeiSTER  which is imprisonment until the end  of the war  Although the above officials are  making it * appoint  to  call  upon all  issian.  Neutrality���None Detained.  it > r  It   has come to' the  attention,of  ' the government that many persons  TRI-WEEKLY SERVICE  ON GREAT NORTHERN  iur       '��.       ��.   -.��� ithe above, it must be understood  V����l>in,lias beee repulsedwitb i<|0��� ,'  ,,. A"5'���" attack on 'one of the market is a shade weak.  More Than 28 Took Oath Of ltal the ���'��� s���'\* a" t^ I5,000.������u���d,d-Tb. coZlL7^ ^      r^'l^ f" '? '���� *�� ,2* �� ���-  iS.credited with havi���B given the order,,akeno ���T����� 7 bri^!"d '       "'^  ''  "*   to  ,a��]0��ctoto  Decide   on'Tempore  wolmded-The crew of the Indian PrL. l!       ".Planers and spare no �����*��� a pound.    , Some small lots of, rhan�� -r���������   ,���    ,P��rUy  report their ship was *������!������?��%" * Ri�� ���""iir0 "d e'eC,r0'ytiC   "e   ra"~H  '"   --' ^' ***���  Prussifrdt^rlTart' * * "j "��������* �� �����  *��  ��-. '��   ,"       ?rT* of the Cz'��!- has commenced marching on Breslau.  I of our enemies' countries must take j  the initiative  and personally call on  Uhe authorities. .i���     '. _~ '  * ,': 'J,    of C?erman/ and  AustroiHungarian      v K1S**S,  , fi - '^ationaji^^who   are   'residents'' of I -Ed.'.BInck*-  *;    ���    Canada, are 'apprehens.ive' for 'their returned to  tc  Visits Verriori:Camp  -1    Rinric^arrd ,S>Jenningit< who  town'a" short time .ago;  JFrom a motor  "bike*' trip/ through  the Okanagan district, as far as the  Some small lots of,  electrolytic are reported to have  been sold at . \2ft cents, but large  consumers admit that tbey would  find it difficult to buy any consider  -.., .... appre  safety- at the present time.,     I n particular the suggestion seems to be  that, they fear  some^, action   on'the  part of the government, which might   _.,  deprive   them   of their freedom to I camp,   the guftrd of which is pro-  hold property  or to',carry on busi-|vided  by a  regiment of the British  ^The capture'of.jaroslow bv the H���. ^ ���"���TchIn��r on Bre    day battle; bn^Vistiila river   - The   n T��� ^ PfeCeded by a seve"  ablC am��Upt ��f the metal at ��� l���er  position'repeatedly and finally captuiSl iV ^ ^   ^   A^'^\pric.eJh^ i2# ��ntg a pound.     If  ",    ,The London Times warns  underwriters of th,'   ��� u ���   ��� [^^  there  has  been ajurther  coppVrVfromthe United States ufWrdlfm.    II  ~~      ��� '" '" sh'PPi"fi:|decrease .^"^  ��   the  Vernon they called at the detention  tion'i  ness.     These,apprehensionsi if they  exist, are quite unfounded. '"  The policy   of the government is  embodied in a proclamation publish- George Hartley.    The latter was on  ed in the-Canada' gazette ,on August   "sentry go".at the time, and in con-  ���I CfU f��  �� .--i- ...... I  15th. In accordance with this proclamation, restrictive measures will  be taken only in cases where officeVs,  soldiers or reservists of the German  empire  or  of  the 'AuStftgBiungary ....__         .���  monarchy attempt to hja-f e fifl^da, J after the pattern of that worn"by  or where subjects of such najtiflfqali. I the Royal Northwest Mounted  ties engage or, attempt to- engage Police, and includes the well-known  in espionage,   or  acts  of a hostile scarlet jacket. "���  Vernon thev M|,.d ,t th, A.tMlim\..    ,;s neutra) ^es will  have  to prove that its Ultimate destina. flowing "P of activity in many lines  Germans are continuing a desperate resign. - , (of industry.       Business  sentiment!  of the Allies in the North.    It is on,v bv ^ \. '^"^ ** advanCe  and hard fighting that the A   e s^e been able" "I ^ ^ fi~  agrainst the vicious attacks of the'enemv  tht r " adVa��Ce  of men for quick advantages     Th.vZ'        P*'���"* Sacrificia& ���*s���  Prevent being ou^^l^ ��*  Columbia Horse. Two members of  th'ereginient were well-known Phoenix boys���Messrs.   H. Manning and  to  sequence conversation was necessarily out of the question, but the  former expressed himself as quite  satisfied with his new vocation. The  uniform,  says  Mr.   Black, is much  Mining Notes of British Columbia  I  Wolbert is  at Cln\AU\u   ...:.u _ ^���"������'���" '���  nature, or' to give information to or  otherwise assist the King's enemies.  Even where persons are arrested or  detained on the "grounds indicated,  they may be released on signing an  5 uodertaking���r.o abstain from acts in-  .   jurious ,tq    the -Dominion   oV' the  -    Empire.  The work ot registering "all sub-j.  Letters and postcards have arrived recently in town from Messrs.  Dan. Patterson, Ed. Horrel and  Jim Porter. All tKe missives are  postmarked Valcartier, and the senders report everytht��& ,V<3. K.J^ The  training: has^/been unusually severe,'  but   no .more   tban  they- expected^  __-._    _.  .������.^......,B  ��,,, a���^lPiher> fiames'famihar+to vpeople in  jects of either Germany or Austria^- Phoenix, just received'include Jack  Hungary   resident  in   this' locality," ���w^*"^'^ ���"-*�����'���-1"'��������������~a-\^.\.t.  .commenced'last week, those within  the municipality  being  looked after  by W\r S. Cook, cfiief- of the city ������ ��� �����"������� ��;�� w^w. ��.,  police, and /those living, outside of Itne West Kootenay battal  the    civic     boundaries -are   being}       '    - ���  booked; by   Geo.   Stanfield  of   the  J. Wolbert is at Goldhill with a  party of men carry on development  on his placer claims in the Lardo;  Some good showings have been  opened up already.  At a cost of at least $2�� ^000 the  Fire Valley Gold Mining company  will at once start to drive a tnnnel  of a thousand feet in length on the  company's property at Monashee, up  the Fire,Valleys >��� * ' U'.Iv-'      *'-��%  '   A s-3'^" was  made  at ,the  Cork  mine the' first of the weekin "th'e^re.  property which will be xvor^th sever,  al millions of dollars. Itjs a mountain of free��� milling quartz, and if it  will run event three dollars a ton it  will make the largest gold mine in  the world. We also staked the Duck  creek  thioughout the country is more  cheerful, however, and this promises to lead soon to a gradually increasing demand for copper products.  Exports of copper continue at the  rate of a little more than half the  volume established before the beginning of the'war. During the  first fifteen days of this month exports amounted to 19,685,1201bs.,  which is at the rate of nearly forty  million pounds "a month. There is  every reason for the belief that the  exportjmbvement will gradually ini  crease, as some way will undoubtedly be "found   to   supply,   in   part at  A private car, with officials of the  Great   Northern   railroad    aboard,  came   into   town   on   Wednesday,  The object of the visit was to look  into the  business vhere and arrange  for a 1 curtailment" of the  ordinary  daily train service to a tri-weekly  schedule.    In a short conversation v  with a Pioneer representative, R. J. '  Smith,  divisional freight and passenger agent,   said that the   freight "  and   passenger traffic" on  all Boundary  lines  had  dropped  to an extremely low point, and he instanced  the case of Wednesday, when  only   '  one   passenger   was   booked   from  Phoenix to Grand Forks.     He also  stated that the C.P.R. company had  also found it necessary to enter on a  scheme  of..retrenchment, and conditions were equally as bad on "all  the   small   branches   of the   Great  Northern running into Canada. *  In  order  to force   the  argument, j he -  pointed to the case.of.the ordinary!;,  business man or merchant,'whoirc "  -/  :*r  -t^"1-  hon.  ^Provincial police. Both officials up  to the present report having met  -with   no    refusals   to   subscribe   to  'When- a-' man marries a "womai  older than hirtiself, he wants to uo  derstand that he is marrying;'ex:  perience; and ."Experience teaches  placing,ofth��iold-waterp,Pe.,lme-r South   Wales  Borderers,   are  with  various, kinds- from neutral countries" a^f   v'Alonr with 7 qtherrroads,^  R&bTn^n-form'SrtvfemJ.lnvpd-.V-.fc; ^^J*** ^?dX�� *?* ��"ntfyr the-Japanese-before^iaocbau.:-This all over the wodd.     German  com! S$? Mr./Smithf--��the Great Northl  It. suts a iT^Vnd tsbrler    ^ *"** ^ "^ WbeD' ��"- " ^ ��*���*������* -��- ��P with"  panies have beenWong Competitors  6��� had  been  hard  ������� ***[~--  ^'MtlZ^ sure  was turned on.^  Unus^i pipe  the bayonet  against  an  attack   of of our  electrical   manufacturers   fa   ^ ��"^ness conditions warranted it,  J nv Martindale   and   W.   Dickson    that basb ee��� stored,at Joker, mill   30,000' Zulus in   1879, very   few es-| the foreign'markets   and  this com     the old service would be immediate.  hauled down to the Cork   mine,-and /an .0%  Kaffir   woman    told, RiderJpresent and-.p'robaM> forborne rime/"/e '* **** ,be Pos^bIf^ book from  is being- made use of.  ,     .     ��� -  t , C   J Haggafd+then   * ' rancher ,0 Natal, / to come.^BaSt0nlCommercial. l^l *��.  SPofcaoe  ao^. t/a->r'  ���the dividend notice "just  received /that ��"the- men   with   the red   coats        *Perhaps.   [Ed.^ Pioneer]. >    " /'Ahe   ocw  '�����*"�����    commences    on  frBm the ~Hedley Gold  Mining com-   K* Me leaves upon the veldt."    The '       '   ,      i. ' ' '.  Monday   next,   Sept.    28,   and   the  * ** l~   . - - _      / y-r .       ���      - I trains  will   run as follows;���Outgo-  ��> V- ��        *  ihe required oath, the -alternative of so he should be ready to be taught.  pany emphasises  the   importance of I Zulus,  superstitious  to  a  man, fled/     A company   of "the  Rocky Moun- liag\~Mo"n^ay^'Wedne^da^snndFri^  greater attention being paid to gold Itcom the'spot,  seemingly staggered j tain   Rangers   is ; being   formed   at /days.  Incoming:   Ti       " ���  mining in this province.     If British   at the awful  price they had paid for I Penticton. t j days and Saturdays.  FOR SATURDAY  Concord Grapes  Tokay Grapes  Sweet Potatoes  Green Peppers, etc., etc.  AT MONEY-SAVING PRICES  mining in this province  Columbia had a few gold producers  like the Nickel Plate mine, war conditions would have no terror for  commerce and industry here. The  dividend just declared by the Hedley  Gold Mining company is for the  quarter ending Sept. 30, and amounts  to the .regular quarterly distribution  of 3 per cent, and- bonus of 2 per  cent., or at tile rate of 20 per cent,  per annum. The company has. so  far this year distributed in dividends  $18tf,O00, making a total of dividends paid by this company to" date  of $1,380,000, or equal to 115 per  cent, on the capital stock.  Field assays made by D. Feather-  stonehiugh, M.E., of Vancouver,  for the Omineca Exploration syndicate, of Edmonton, show 600 ounces  of silver to the ton on three copper  and silver claims staked by his party, on Lake Tacla, a short distance  west of Pine pass,, in northeastern  British Columbia. The copper values were not taken. He also staked  valuable gold claims and coal lands.  The coal shows 87 per cent carbon.  ��� ; Trie property is within three miles  of the Pacific Great Eastern railway,  which is to be opened early next  year, as a part of the Grand Trunk  system, and connecting with the  Edmonton, Dunvegan and British  Columbia railroad Mr. Feather-  stpnehaugh's report to the syndicate  contains these interesting items:  "We staked, altogether five  dredging leases, being fifteen miles  on the Omineca river; five miles on  the Findlay, and three miles on the  Ospica rivers; three copper and silver claims on Lake Tacla; ten mineral claims on Mount Sehvyn on  Peace river. This last promises to  be the making of a very big proposition. A great deal depends on  the result of the assay which I will  have made; but I am quite confident  of the result, in fact I believe it is a  Tuesdays,  Thurs-  their victory. The body of Lieut  Coghill was later found in the river  with the Queen's colors wrapped  around him. The 24th were also  nearly wiped out in India.  Improves New Road  The traction steam roller from  Grand Forks was at work on the  new Grand Forks road this wetk,  and the result is a decided improvement to that important highway.  The remainder of the road leading  into the town, however, requires  some attention and a meeting of the  business men of the burg is to be  convened early next week for the  purpose of calling the attention of  the Department of Public Works to  the need of some worlc being done  to. the roads hereabouts before the  snow; flies. Some work on the  Phoenix'end of the Greenwood road  is also to be advocated.  F-  ac:  =JC  Excavation Completed  The plans of the proposed new  Miners' Union building, which have  been prepared by D. Stafford, mas-  ter.vrnechaqiq of the Granby company, are to be submitted to the  meeting of the union today, when it  is more than likely that permission  will be given to call for immediate  tenders for the construction. The  excavation work is about completed.  Coal has increased in price in  Prince Rupert from ten and eleven  dollars per ton to eleven and twelve  dollars per ton. The natives arc  kicking. It is claimed .that the increase is not warranted by any advance in the cost of mining or  freight rates. The dealers refuse to  explain. They probably felt like  tacking on another dollar.  'Phone' 56  P. O. Box 309  The Little Store  First Street. McKay & Knight, Props.  i  Death is   a  natural  should we fear it?  thing.     Why  FRESH SUPPLY OF  Crawford  Bartlett Pears  Tokay Grapes  Ripe Tomatoes  Plums  Hot House  AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE  PRICES.  1  I  J  Our Prices Are Right.  Prompt Delivery.  isat  \ttU*iU *��**+.  a'c:  dGS  3C  afm.'.MiiTir  3C tlfp"  SiU  '{%&:&]  (artsSl8!��ffi^ife&^3ft ?.*!  .>>  /  /'  i^'feiSa'Xl^  aat' ft^3��iSffi3aaaJ3S!iffl5S��o  VKj4u/uo ^uan-y i. j,wwrff*w.'  ,13I)��5^^SW*K.WW<0."*Sr-iilM��tW**St<>*-��*'- -*' "OU��Jili��I*��*<l��i��<��~J  ��'/',  r;J;(l���  .'"  ����E   PjaWEjft,    EBOE&&,   BEOTW   CQjLWBJA  A   ^  ' 1    lin^    4  (Sr I   . *     , ,  !�� l,,w/^ >    I     /'  '���;;^-(;(j.3^'Vft^r.^;~'.|r./,'*.'��,;--:L'  i WHEN BUYINGYEAST |  INSIST C>N HAVING  THIS PACKAGE'  ���i��i  ^0fM::  MilBliiliii  .'MSfc.,.. .  I "W^ll.t.  te&6ir*Jev;vf-:'  lllra&jfe: ��Tsi7iS7s.e0 sM  JpHONTO.t  ��tttJ  ifl  SUBSTITUTES  ^ife:��ieSKf^itHEpp  &.I  W-����**-<<* 'Tji-s sks^tSk! jural  ^Miri^wkmaY';  at Phoenix, British Columbia  aoAiwWy  f;H7^f#&?$^^  f f ^M^^SSTs^iI'vPrtln^aciit Oo-bwMor notices (Wtoy$7;. V.ftO.  ^,.;!i^rtl^iori'tor7Tr^8f��^of iiicentje. :��g^'$7.6a  ! improvement notice^fl6days)i|7.60  I*ahd> notices, (60 days)  S;I9i^��f*f  'si&��#i  England we must wring the- utter  'most price for this gigantic struggle  :'ft^f*^i9e^  1  from a choice steer go glimmering  when he buys the1 next' round of  footwear for' the wife and' kids. A  very few may dance to the thunder  of Europe's- canndn/but ninety-five  millions out of America's one hundred million people will help pay ibe  .fiddlerHilfWe^al^  ^ins^Ctesay^N^ yifit ;'7  0|Ti$|em��^^  ���Su'n^ithatlh^  an'<S;fsr|aiW^  jn^i^oo^ip^^^  editor !T;;who:-'at'��*tn^  ilsheet^tpibe'"used^Tas^a meahs:bf furT;  .'tnerir^tnepoiitical^  (parity^s;|a|:wseratt foji|a;  fn^,;;and|canyby^  'imagination jay'^claimkW the titleiof  ^tript!7.;'^Th^7j?iftfe7-;tp ^  Iknd7rjy the 'Dbh^oidn^and' the :piro-{  vihMis are not ;the7gifts of any one-  ^arty^77Tjje^i^"th'e; iFree" will ^offeri'  ibpinion^^hUe^riumb^W^^  ^Haa^'wen^jl/alc are7rep!;re-5���  |sentat|*e^bf^e^  this !freetanci -Sglor Jou ^DSmibi bnkpf,;  ,otjrsi7^S^7^1>;^7;A77>^7fer:7^?7l7  77^7,:7:'77^;:.;7:777:^-��;77i77.77.v::,.7;j. .7 7^77,.  t7'The5|bjlpw|ng^d^igW^  ^ppjBare^i|ecently;;J had been  excriabged.7;'77^7S:i7^v%  ^Nelson's unpublished letters to his  wife.frpm7before7'th��^tinie of their  ���marriige^to'lme^^^ their separl  ^tiqnfewertSsoldv^ati^rChristie's   for  1Av^^^0^^��0Mire wire 232 in  afli^.datln^firo^ to  Npyemp^ri^ was the  ^KU^^77^^'f^i^vy;^uS^:l-fi^ with   his  hpnorV's^e^but^itjS'ifrpm ^���^?^^;^fe'"^:v'^-^^--i.'    . . ���.  the deputy commissioner of fisheries, the B.C. government has decided that each label of the one  million two hundred thousand cans  of salmon, which is the gift of the  people of this province to the Motherland, shall bear a suitable inscription reciting7 the ot-igin of the sal-  :mpb;7'and(������ thie: circumstances of the  shipment/7'This will be surmounted  'fey;:the^;:cpat('of;arms70f the province.  yyy.Z^':'ii\X^^ ';���  ^^���eommentirigv'pnfta   report from  ;Washingto'n'7that;;;Germany  would  Hsten to sugg^tipns for mediation,  ';but' was.:'pr^hted|rbrn so doing by  tne7b^aring7pf Gf^at- Britain,^ the  ^r^on^imes^is^s^the Allies who  aire arrayed Tagaiiist ;Germany hare  ribt^^oughr^^lb'^case  of victory  to  put'a:;7yikjB^U shouldeJs ol  ttte7 German vrjeople^ but that they  are7firmry7and7irreyocably resolved  not to stay their hands until German  militarism is crushed. '*  At the offices of six insurance  companies in Montreal the announcement was made that volunteers to  the expeditionary force need not  worry about the lapse of their premiums. The premiums will be  charged as loans against the men's  policies.  King Edward Lodge  No. 30, A.F. and A.M.  Regular communication at 8  p.m. Second * Thursday of  each month. ^  Omergent meetings as called; Masonic  HahVMcHale Block.  .   -W.  John JTinlay, Jr.,  Seey.  J. Pierce,  W.M.  '^^i'ie;^to't^|nj^ija^ ithe "German  ^Itic;n^fe^ha^|eng^ge^ in a battle  'ampi^them^lyie^sliould be swal-  "16wed|w��th'|a7'gif^in^ ^After  ^j^ef^ema^/^i^s possess-wire-  less io3tallaHonsi7and could easily  make  their identity known to each  I. O: O. F.  Snowshoe Lodge  No. 46  Meets every Monday Evening "at  Miners' Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited. , <, ' -. " -  / ' ; Harry Elsmore, Noble Grand.  :, " A. L.'MeKinnon, Fin. Secy. '  . '*      r  Jas/ Pierce, Bee. Secy. '   >��� ���  '���;biem;^J|'France^ttp^  Daughters of Reb��kaH  Fhoonlx Lod|M�� No. 17 _  Meetti In   the   Miners'   Uiiion  Lodge  Hall First and Third Wednesdays.  Mm. W. Humphreys* Noble Grand  v     '      Mrs." A. V. McKenaie, Secretary.  Shortest  Route  to  Pacific Coast  Points.   Godd connections at,  * s x * y  Spokane with through coast trains  j. V. INGRAM, Affent, Phoenix.  ',->  KV  FRATERNAL ORDER  ' OF EAGLES  for her  attempt to  stir. up7 a7 revolution in  -4hk^cpuBti^is'^,,*w-;,!'*!-*','<,,,*,,,-',K!,,,��--  [s^|^p||^|S||^Wh^7in0in^  lM��$^^^Mss:ifeT/��thisifination^pulsatesv;Athroue,h  s'TybJbpdlpf  ^tie"  channels  s^^a;fe^i*!;0gpi^ntnes^ M  Si^g^&gK-S^s'aaimillion^goodvJives^alre  K^m^^^SfeS^��ine��the#.erstwhiIe��5?o'roc  'jbf-SJover-sea'  commercial  J'H ^||Wi^;^he7blo pippflpyTer  ""*"' 'V|atreSdy||[ren^.nl'  array  those of  |R|p^^f|^g:bt  ;pif0iidia's'  pp*S^?|n7i?battle   J7sh^iirier7;;with;  r|^iSiifi|fl||��^f g 7f7;|7  left;ha^^ej^|5Jng7his;right arm  at:Tene^irl^^7;>ItoisJs:tiil quite legible,  pleMAri^ybu^wfll.^riJ��ive  will "be  equal whether  ���lettlr is'wrote by  :j?/*  ���'::AsHlre^itSot|^7|t:bnferlBr^  the premier, trloo. W. Bowaer and  ���;'t��i^, '^:i}i^^yf;0y^^yy::yyyyyy:.  .^bsex'Hays* wMD^tinWrc" was f no "such  ghi^pgh1|l|^i;^ lig^hlefi'tlie  Jlmrd|iq^)ffar^pperatipn. s._ThusJ _bn  ^wu^^is^liE^^e^wrote'-to his  :j^^y^y}y0}{My^yyy **y -  777:;"I::.ppntinue!'as=;weli^ and  ;e'xcept7a j7vei|y^ligh^ fscratchj towards  t^^nghtT^e^syhtfch^bas not been  th6^^allest��m0i^enience, have rer  ck\y^^w^^i^^^4i^yer."-, How;  eyerfbn7^gust 28th?j^ tells^her'the  -truth^^^^is:|all7:p^ast I��-;may as  ^ii|tejl|'you*|tha^|irli the 20lh of  ^uly^lastix^s^btji^ying struck our  b^e^i^hejs^nt^stpf Stones from  lt|sjx^<^7m67:h^ in the  ^apjefand^p^^^^ fortun  ately^ escaped^ by only having my  'rijeh'!f^yey|/n''eariy^epirived   of   its  ;g^heSe|fi.etters7 to in  'ib^p^uce7;'I^y7^atmlfcon's name to  '^^fas^'he^fena^ Lady  ;Nelsbivtp|Mrsi7Frahlilypi thence to  her7sbhi7 the -late Alexander Allan  7VVebbev7;;  Phoenix Aerie No. IBS  Meets in Union Hall, Friday Evenings.  Visiting brothers are always welcome.  Dan'Patterson, W. P.   ���  T. R. Clarke, "W. Secy.  k. of p;  No. 28  Lodge,  Phoenix,  B.O.  Meets Tuesday Evening at 7.30.  Sojourning brothers, cordially welcomed. U " ". ' " i j , ,  ���-. " ' - - C. H. Knight, O. C.j <"-  J .  ^ - ^-' E.~E. Bajinbs; K.ofR. S.  PYTHIAN  <M6unfiiin Templ����iklKe No. 17  s    Meets Jn( Pythian 7'Hall, Iioweif Town ~y  ���    Second and Fourth Thursdays; ' '."!-"  l  Mtb. Geo. Barnes,  M.B.C.  .  Mra.W. Wills.     -  M.B.C.  mm,  hS?MPf'-rJl '^','.,1'. ,-���-.;. j.:;  w^ymyi'yyt-  :������Mffli&!S5::���::���:i^���;;^.'���������'v^^'i^,  higher7?prestige; Tfpi-HinVai large  we are all utimate consumers.  ucer7pf a7cayalry hbrise or  17;twp7win satisfaction  ||.m;'Sbe';;lp>jrtg7-ru'hi\;>^  77little; dollarjwheat t<p;sell;cannbt7buy,  7;|r^ny7satks of ten;;dpllar7:Sugar'!aftei;  |7he^has jp|atd tlie:7costs1 ;pff prbdujfing  ^r)iis'j?trbp.77L'7'.Sbm^^  7jtbries7arev-reaping fortunes from  77orders;to slideVthe '��� foreign armies,  .but the farmer with^;a family bf7fiv^  $W$  &    Wm^^ymfyy-i^^  t^^##i^S77^7':777.^:.^;';4-#j  %     it^feiilf #7777;���: ;7.l. 3  *A" |Pij5i^#.j'-tS!!^,;;7i:3':',;^'  fe  or7six  will see the   "war prpfifs'  ���>tfc!^K*'.i;./?.!>  *      ^feS5&-77S77777r"7;:;  (r garden eincl farm ore b��?st  solid jtjruaraat���� of piirity  7poJurjg0mQam.atioii:;: ��� 7 .  |?|S^dSu^��o^ 7.  Sutton 5 Sens.Thfl Kind's Soeamon  7;777:;^/i,��|aii^;^i^l����d .^;7-7 i  7^^7^?V^;��^:i��# W;a Vd 7-i77  {.:;;.. yict*fc����-,..;f".*v:'.-..;vari'e��Mvor-- ��� ������  ^��l�� F��rr:a��V    :    ^- 6676ranvilte8h  SOte A^EMTS CAR BRITIXH COLUMBIA  .  . .   111 ��� 11 Liii|> 1 ��i|  .'...-.' ������.     .���w���m��nii ii ii in   UM.n   11  -921)16 New fopk 108.50  <-y  throw away your good  OVERALLS, because  _iiii__>iB_ii____i^ 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 OONVINOK YOU.  RECO STEAM LAUNDRY  Phono 50. 'Dominion Avo.  SYNOPSIS" OF COAL  MINING REGULATIONS  ��� Goal mining'right* of the Dominion,  In Manitoba, Saskatchewan arid Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories and in a portion of the  Province of British Columbia, may be  leas'ed for a term of twenty-one years  at an annual rental of 81 an acre. Not  more than 2,660 acres will be leased to  one applicant.  ���-  w   tri  datkrh for a lease must be made  e  applicant  in  person  to  the  gent or Sub-Agent of the district in  mch the rights applied for are situ-  C6h1f^^eftt^Ofc|er^ation Gars^ Electric Lighted  ���  fStahHard Si^efJers.  .����  '���������\:-..\yJa-ya-  DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT, NELSON, B. G  BBEEBBB8ffi!B??B3SaKWS��E!rJBp|[j  ated  Tin surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal stib-  divisions of sections, and in unsurr  veyed territory the tract applied for  shall be staked out by the applicant  himself. y ���"''"'  Each application must be accompanied by a fbe'of 95 which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not  available, but hot otherwise. A royalty shall be'paid on the merchantable  output of the zhine at the rate of five  cents per ton; 7 7 .   ,..'.  The person operating the mine shall  furHiBh^the Agent with' sworn returns  accounting .for the full quantity7of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon, If the coal mining  rights are not being, operated, such re-  turns should be furnished at least once  a'year,';-.-  : The lease willinclude the coal mining  rights only,, butthe lessee may'be'per-'  mltted' to putcha^e whatever'available  surface. -rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at 'the rite Of ;'910.00 ah acre.  For , full 7 information application  should be made to the Secretary of the  Department of the Interior, Ottawa,  or tp any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W.W.COBY,  7  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  ���7N.B.���Unauthorized  publication' of  this advertisement will not be paid fdr.  l-r-30690.;  y*skdm^c ^!$$fm^0^yy^y  ��S3Sg&i  USS&li^M'i  Builds you up and  makes you strong  How dp you feel to-day ?  , Not quite right ?  Energy a little below standard���not strong  enough to make much exertion?  NYAI/S  COD LIVER COMPOUND  a "* *  is what'you need. Don't get frightened about these  words "Cod Liver." You'd never know it from the  taste. ' It's a real tonic, containing cod liver extract,  extract of-malt, wild cherry and hypophosphites���  a splendid combination. - The cod liver extracts  build you up���so does the extract of malt. The  wild cherrv soothes the bronchial -tract and the  hypophosphites supply phosphorus to the nervous  system���just the thing it needs. And the taste is  pleasant. As an.all 'round-tonic, strength restorer  and body-builder you'll find nothing better than  Nyal's Cod Liver.Compound���so why look further?  You will Be pleased.    The price, is One Dollar. -  !.  \f:  Anything, you  ^ with the Name  will ffhre you  -    entire  ;  ���atiafaction.  Sold and guaranteed by  T. S. QUANCE, PHOENIX, B.C.  Send In Your Stationery Orders and  '- -Holiday Printing to the  Phoenix Pioneer   .  THE HOME OF  PRINT  A BUSINESS MAN TS KNOWN  BY THE  QUALITY OF PRINTING HE USES  Our Stock of Stationery is the Best that can be procured in  Canada, and our Workmanship will meet with your approval  Why Not Have Your Stationery  .".'������ Printed 'by: U��8?v-: '��� .7  We make a specialty of Letterheads, Envelopes, Billheads,  Note Heads, Memos., Visiting Cards, Menus, Posters,  Wedding Invitations, Check Books, By-Laws,  :and in fact anything done with Printers'  INK AND PAPER  No Job Too Large, None too Small  $2.00 |)er Year in Advance.        $2.50 per Year to U. S. w  ���Ipwm  ��  t  THE   PIOHEEB,    PHOENIX,   WT*SH   COLUMBIA.  W   M  fUJUOLi.  A  . UNES IN THE FACE  Make Women &ook Old  Sffii^w��' ,ri'urti ���������������"f h..daeh,M, buck-  evSywhere. * ��wne��,   palne In lower llmbe,   paial  jjr.Pierce's Favorite Prescription  ��ndTS3f^n^^lUmedjr '��'Women that nslleree ncrvoos ezlurartlsn  tS^KiSSm?1* W^wm", other (dl��*���ttlng ��^|rto5n7Sie to ��� di��  "UieS^^^iS'^f AJi^? b,",'V,,!5* *ith ���"�� ��*�� ������tto&eUon fay. fc.  ���no-ur. v. M-Wcreo, Boftolo. N. Y.,60<>n��-����if tamp* tor trial boacty "��tt^T       r  !���!��������� iUli H I, M H I ��� III ��� | M  Heligoland  Heligoland,   the  m  ���  sea,  V  !  The  Queen's Hatel  COMPLETELY REFURNISHED AND REFITTED  ^  .We. beg to. announce the.reppehing of tiie Queen's "Hotel. -This -  ���'.��'popular hotel has>beeh completely refitted throughout;  ^.everything new^and up-to-date.    Large lofty rooms,  ,, heated with hot water.' Perfect fire appliances.  Night arid bay Service  Patrons of Jfchishotel will find "in it all the comforts ot home.  Perfect satisfaction is assured all our guests.    It is    '  �� the most centrally located hotel in town.  Bar 8tocked with Beat Win as, Liquors, Cigars  WALSH & HARTMAN, Props.  FIRST STREET AND KNOB HILL AVENUE  Your Milk Supply  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      ^. WNannam, Prop  THE KNOB HILL HOTEL  A. O. Johnson, Prop.  "I am   visiting  German  island   in   the   North  after a two years' absence,", wrote  a.    correspondent   to    an   English  paper  before   the  war   broke   out  The changes are astonishing.    For.  merly a  fishing island and holiday  resort, it has become a Gibraltar of  the North  sea, a, great naval  fortress  on   which   the  Germans  have  spent millions of dollars.  s. When  the works in progress are  finished #in   two years  the- Kaiser  will have a powerful base protecting  the mouth of four rivers, including  the Elbe and theWeser.     It will al-  j.o be the best point-'of-support for  his navy.    Germany will never,- regret the exchange with England of  Zanzibar for Heligoland in 1890.  ���.  A'; protective> sea   wall has-been  built half round the- island and from  the high 'Oberland' the biggest and  best "5Krupp> guns on  disappearing  platforms/ command all approaches  from the sea.    ' A ,t unnel pierces ,the  island   from/, the - west,   to'.north,  through",w.hich. ^ammunition    and  other material may be safely taken.  'Huge'   searchlighs    discover every  distant' vessel.at night,   and there is  a wireless station.      '*  Td^the south' of [the' lower part of  the island the -('Unterland') anew  island has arisen from"the'waters.  It is half- as big as- Heligoland itself, and has been built of materials  brought From Germany.' This new  island provides shelter for torpedo  boats, destroyers, submarines; and  small cruisers. There are now in  harbor-there, forty torpedo 'boats  and twelve submarines. Magazines  and other depots with sheds for  waterplanes and airships have been  erected. .  No one without authority is permitted to pass along the road leading to this new island; and there  are scores of traps for the unwary  photographer. The cliffs which connect 'Oberland' with the.'Onterland'  are covered with barbed wire. %  Six years ago^ the garrison, was  100 strong. Now it is 1,200. ��� Just  now the German high sea fleetis  'assembled'here for the manoeuvres,  during, which Heligoland is to be  attacked."  Capt. -Hotdaug for distribution  among the crew of the Weinerwurst.'  Berlin, Sept. 61.���Two Chicago  Jews were kicked out of the ���imperial palace last night by the great  chamberlain. They were recognized by the secret police as scrap iron  merchants and in an, interview with  the Lyre's .correspondent, said they  had been authorized to make a bid  for the German navy. , J  Grates are extra durable. Coal grate is du*  plex. Wood grate is the most, modern type.  A Parallel  A letter from the camp at ValcarJ  tier records a remarkable incident  that took place there a few days,  ago, and shows the deadly earnestness that animates all ranks. ,' The  militia department had ordered a  battalion to be ' got ready at once  and despatched to Bermuda for the  purpose of relieving a regular British line regiment that was about to'  leave for France. Volunteers were  invited from the ranks "of the 6th  Duke of Connaught's Rifles of Vancouver, but with ��� the exception1- of  one man, who was hastily pulled,  back into the ranks, the regiment  turned a deaf ear to the invitation.  ftange  will take extra large pieces of  wood���just remove back end  lining. Ask the McClary dealer to show you,  8oby Morrin-Thompson & Co.  Brooklyn  >-\  A similar scene was witnessed in,  France. The colonel in command  of a fortress in the fighting zone was  asked to send one" hundred of his  trained men to stiffen a newly organized regiment of reserves in the  centre of France.  "Some of you who have wives!  and children or old mothers," he|  said.    Not a man stirred.  "Come, come," the colonel went  on. "No one will say you funked)  it. Nothing of that kind. Now!  then, a hundred men.     Fall out!"    j  Again the ranks were unbroken.    '  The colonel-blew his nose violent^  ly. He tried to speak severely, but!  his* voice failed him. He tried to;  frown, but 'somehow, it turned into;  a smile.'      �� . ��� l  "Very-well," he said, "you must  draw jots, anddraw lots they did.  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. Modern'Bathrooms.  . STEAM HEATED.  i  O.. D. Bush, Prop.  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix. B.C.  Everything in Men's Wear  Clothing:  Underwear  Shirts  Shoes  Hats  Caps, etc.  German News  First-Class Accommodation for Miners  FINEST OF WINES, LIQUORS AND OIQAR8 IN 8TOOK.  'PHONE 72. YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.  Aimstrom's   Book Store  **Wmmmmmtlimmmmmmm'mmmmimmmmmm'mmmmm^  ,f    ---���''. ���^       ���'���*.'  Stationery* Confectionery and FancyCGoods  Kodak Supplies and Wall Papers.  All the latest Books and Newspapers.  Phone 42 Phoenix, B. C.  OHNLMHB  CHILDREN'S COLDS  Now is the time when your  children are very apt to catch  cold. The sudden changes in  the weather, the difference  between school and house and  open air, getting uncovered at  night, all often lead to sore  throats, coughs and grippe.  MATHIEU'S SYRUP  of Tar and Cod Liver Oil  should be taken-at the first  symptoms. Children^ find its  taste pleasant, and it' keeps,  them well and strong.  No better combined cure and  tonic has ever been compounded.  Ask for Mathieu's Syrup of Tar  and Cod Liver Oil.  Where there is fever with "the  cold take Mathieu's Nervine  Powders to reduce the fever and  relieve the pain. They are sold  in boxes of iS powders for 2.5c.  I. L. MATHIEUCO., Prop'..   SHERBROOKE, QUE.  FROM THE POTSDAM LYRE  Vienna, Sept. 62.���The- Austrian  emperor died again this week.  Constantinople, Sept. 61.���General Count von Hotsttuff .with his  staff arrived here this afternoon from  Berlin. They were disguised as  pork butchers. The Sultan has ordered.the royal-chiropodist to attend  them as they have walked ail the  way from Berlin. HotstufFs corns  are as big as onions. -  Berlin, Sept. 62.���It is reported  that the Kaiser has bounced the  entire general staff and will in future  direct the operations against the  whole cheese.  Amsterdam, Sept. 62.���-A lager  beer bottle - was < picked up in the  North sea this morning. Contains  message that Kaiser has ordered  the usual toast "to the day" to be  dispensed with and the steward's  list to be thrown overboard.  Essen, Sept. 62.���Great secrecy  surrounds a wireless despatch from  the Kaiser received last night by  the Krupps. Our special correspondent, however, entered the  works and found the employees  changing the marks on hundreds of  Limburger cheese cases to "English  Plum Puddings." The ruse is expected to lay out the whole British  army.  Hamburg,  Sept.; 62.���Our    fleet  are   making   things    lively   for   the  English  rough  necks.    Three days  ago  the   German  ocean fleet,   (the  enemy calls it the Kiel canal squadron) achieved a great moral victory.  Grand Admiral   Von   Turpitz despatched  a message to that pirate,  Jellicoe, inviting him to come inside  out of the fog.    The saucy torpedo  boat Weinerworst volunteered   for  the job   and   tinder   the   white flag  sailed  out to  deliver the message.  As we expected, Jellicoe refused our  brave challenge,   saying that  they  would  most  likely  honor  us later  with   another   Heligoland   surprise  party.     The Kaiser has despatched  three  bushels  of  Iron   Crosses   to,  Thos. Brown  "everything a. M&n.  W��ars"  ,  ���'Mr  greet the coming of a case of  RHGENIX BEER  WHY?  Because the Beer is so good  arid wholesome i�� brings the  smile.  ���PHONE 23  -  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  LIMITED  The Strathcona Hotel  NELSON, B.C.  Steam Heated Throughout  The Finest Accommodation for  the Travelling Public.  DININQROOM    SERVICE  UNEXCELLED.  Nine Well-Lighted  Samplerooms.  Phone 12  JAS.  MARSHALL, PROP.  NEW VICTOR RECORDS  A Nice Selection of the Latest  Victor Records, especially  the latest dance music  New Songs, etc.  COME AND LOOK THEM OVER  E. A. Black, Jeweler  THE PHOENIX GARAGE  STRUTZEL &  HOWER,'PROPS.  KNOB   HILL   AVENUE ,  Goodyear Tires and Tubes  Accessories  Gasoline  Repairing?  Vulcanizing  Compressed Air on Draught  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders.     Phone A65.  James G. McKeown  It has  tho  Natural  Flavor  B. C. MILK is as sweet and wholesome ajJPf  when FRESH FROM THE COW, nothing  taken out but water���and nothing added. IT  HAS THE NATURAL FLAVOR. Vegetables,  especially peas, string beanss, asparagus, cauliflower, onions and "creamed" dishes of all  kinds, including cream gravies are more delicious and less expensive when made with  B. C. MILK. The Government test gives it  the HIGHEST STANDARD. rtflu^U��itf&7��.V^A;4VN^  mm  7:;$%m  ;7?^:  |f|flfm|^  ^amamc^ywjbleii'cut^  ^onI^hOrt  ���Phone B 32  :ypu"lme the first symptom of a ran^dPwn  'system/and nervous people too often con-;  ceial their aches and. pains and: sufferiisin'  'silence; while, if neglected, this condition  often foreruns more sfidpus trouble,-ki�����<>';  ulf thoseso afflicted Jwmld stop taking  medicine c��utdninff alcohol,or, dimgf  which menace the foundation's of health,  arid just take 'the pure, strengthening:  nourishment Iri Scott's Emulsion, It would  create new blood 'to pulsate tm-ough'the  bodies and bull'  ymBm^m^ymmmiyMim  :%&��&&^Ji��'&a*;s  ���'dtty.;fq)|!Qol^^  '.herSisitei^Mris  g��frs;;7;pjD|;;'  ^^���k'ndwjedge^'li'ke^  cultiv'ated7;:aW^  1jot:-;COme7spohfao;e6^  tVon]  son  ymymm^  \my^^\y^?vy;y'^  'y^y..y^y:[:-'y:y; r^{fyy^;C^m  fc 'HIRSCHBERer  b f;4&^'j;'7,'7i7^7*?S"7i  QLAS8ES  7 Considerable;' hunting':b^ local nim-:  rods has be^  .<Juit^a7'iiumb(^  stib^HOnio'pa^^  wud^tft S.f^iince^hun ted'Jou ^^urd$y ���  tindf&inday:^  Way, andiretii^netl^-w|th;;i67bjrds;-and'ia;;  8|jlain1aia};^lJ!^  killedi at';;:elqse^''rarige7: by 7, Mr;7Quancej  ;w>itKfa7shM��u^  'eyerypne^knipwsi; i^iapst^t.'^vtnodern;.  Mose^::]h^s7;:i)rqinjsed7 'to/i'eadv^'Rjirfc^  pf2ffrj|eri^7into^  fu^n#|fedtbe^^  ;&eri^ti;&d^i;S  lAVr..''^i'''-j.  -Mr. and Mrs. Anderson-left on Tues*  ISWm^jBfteVji who |hw.^e0h;^y^lting]  .friends at Republic, Wash., returned  lIsEd^^  7j^rs0n|$^  ���'���j^leq^  Simtin^trip777 ^^>^i^^g^||^^P  .^fii^'ie'-Mprris^w^'q, has':rec^tl^7die^  p^os^i.ji>f,:;j^  iiard^pariorsr':: lefepn vj Wed^td|p|��o-  jq&jtfrs^  ^p;:Iji;7:aepo��7;^bo7  arily &ctingas7dgeri&atEholi; ;h1i^b��Bii(  7uns$frj^  itfce^Sxceptioii;^^  .me^sjejfulfm$tah^  niinesare partly  state .property and  partly owned by private individuals,  theiyalue of their .yearly output be-  ]|j^||esti m^e|;igat|?c Ipslelguj^i^fiftyi  ijiis^iRiJGisisii^  !#!Agient>fo^  T. S.  '"^'ji.;'!'';  s$&��^flf^^  ilBUvl  ���r.'.:;;?J  ,:-:-v<'"'JV'��V;Sii.,V.'  , iHHiiiMMiMnMMawaaaHaaaiBii  ^^te^A'D^r^^Bliioharoh^^  'SrPpryice^ynda^^  ^{jjp;mv^Surid^:e9^^  v-|^el(��me. Jii'Keyii.V^.^lMu'nTO  {i^Sfci^JoKa'ft'^^^w  ���'Soi^munlon;v|^TOf|M^  ?!?^  L-Jii^Ss1  transferred to the end of all thin'g^  7HCdmihg^Dr;^^IrachTCr^  '^e^WHst,^representang|^  com^nypfiy^c^ye^  Ttt*nn^*^"*H ' ^ "��'-'*^ ;7^4~>kk-��7'". ^tinr-J *����**j^/^*��'4-rf^l4j����i;  eth  gg^^aiaiagiipiiggia^^^^ai^^  ;.��;;'l��y0u1a^^  sauihfc?::dr:ciross^y^iW  you now wear, are' unsatisfactoryv conr  suit with Dr.   Hirschberg,^7 eyesight  p-A^nieiMingjpfcthepnjernbersriof ;.fche  Mh^^^bia^m^'hMii^fchi  once.^All those wibhaccounts against  ;    The 'Japanese,   government. has  Igi'ven^fiipSltiJii'iisf^^^  ���number of;their warships will guard  Jt'he- lanes 'of"travel fr6lnri:Japan to th^e  ^nitedeSt^es^'^^ahadja^  frbtn ;Ohristiha, ;on Monday, and left  agam the following, day fpr the Arrpw  lakes.'. They, anticipate alpbor season  for?Kokanee- trout this yeiir,. but ;:rer  port that-the salmon7a  ihe hike inlargenunTiberevvS'ouiehave       No Other   ^reasonsyou TWilLreadily see if you'll glance at: the \  hdtelhisbe��n7hard hitlatel^7|Field  *"y?-^,v*-.'-Si',l^.^V>^  *'/j  ���>-r.7'7;l'���i.>.^'"-to���'7^%^'���  ^J^i  'iWK-hti* ��i*  Th�� PHOENIX DAIRY'  .,: ';'"-A.W. 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'tip Competent touchTpperator will  have any--difficiUl��j^  Ten^earibj|||fl6i^ce; FieM  Professor of Shdrthahd In vDetro^  59 words per minuteon The iPliyer: after two weeks' practice/  PRIWTVPE IS OWra ED AI^D ��O^TKOU-ED EXCLUSIVELY BV  ;   THE "OMVER^^TWEWRITERVpOM  Oart'YoU'Spewci7l|T'0��!��48"avdayi^ In ���  the Purchase ��f this Wonderful Machine.  No child's education: is complete without a Knowledge of the  :' Oliver Typewriter.       ��� 7   /T ".>.;...;.:  i  f   ^ ,N-  < <* -1 < -'

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