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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Dec 11, 1909

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 v +^.��K;.  .::.-t  .it  $  AND   BOUNDARY   to  . ������'���.;..- ���.���������������    ,;���':;>������.''-?^#, ..'/���;���������'"  "../;>';     '^:'"//-'-.-.^-''^':;^   ;������  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA/ SATURDAY.;DEC^NIBER  11,  ioo?  *-**  ���"Nq/B//  SHOPPING j  Store I  i  4  You can make your Xmas Shopping easy, and save yourself endless worry by allowing us to assist you in selecting your  wants from our large stock of Xmas goods, they are money savers  Ladies'Neckwear  . .."-;��� Belts  '���    Leather Bags  Pelt and Wool Slippers  Purs  Kid Gloves  Mocha Gloves  Silk and Wool Scarfs  Iced Wool Shawls  Fancy Handkerchief Boxes  Silk and Embroidered Hdkfs.  Drawn Linen Sideboard Covers  Drawn Linen Tea Cloths  Drawn Linen Centre Pieces  Cushion Tops  u  it  ii  u  it  n  Ties  MORRIN, THOMPSON & CO.  HEATING  WE HAVE A COMPLETE  STOCK  PRICES PROM  TO  be Lose* if YOU  DO NOT EXAMINE OUR  LINE BEFORE  PURCHASING  ANOTHER 2 PER  GENT. DIVIDEND  Is Declared by Granby  Consolidated  Payable to Shareholders  On  December 15, 1909  Men's Fancy Sox ^  Silk Suspenders    ���  Silk and Wool Mufflers  Silk Lined Gloves       .  Mocha Gauntlets Slippers  Handkerchiefs Boxes  Plain and Fancy Silk Handkerch fs  Initialed Silk Handkerchiefs m  Fancy Vests B  New Negligee Shirts 0  Make Your Selection Early  The: Pioneer in its last issue intimated the probability of the directors  of the Granby  Consolidated  Mining,  Smelting and Power company declaring  another dividend in the  near future.  The regular meeting of the  directors  was held on Tuesday of this week at  the  company's  New  York  office, 52  Broadway, when a dividend ol two per  oent was declared upon the  par  value  of the stock  outstanding, payable but  ol the net earnings of the company on  December  31st,   19*09.    As   135,000  shares of the par value of $100 are  issued,   this    dividend    amounts    to  $270,000.  ....'........  This will be the eleventh dividend  paid by the Granby company. Of the  eleven dividends seven were at the rate  of three per cent���a dividend of two  per cent, and an extra dividend of one  per cent. The first dividend was at  the rate of one per cent and the last  three at two per cent.  The company has no stated periods  for declaring dividends, this being the  only payment this year, against $4 per  share in 1908 and $9 in 1907. But  trie large sums of money which have  been expended on the enlargements of  Granby smelting plant from the net  earnings of the company are accountable for the long non-dividend period.  Now that these enlargements are practi  cally completed and paid for, and with  a 25 per cent, increase in copper production the prospects* of Granby for  -.4910 are exceedingly..!*-* igh t for paying  dividends amounting to probably $8 or  more per shaFe_during~the7ear. ~" ~  With this dividend the Granby has  paid back to its shareholders, ail told,  over three and three-quarter millions,  the payments and amounts being as  folio ws;t  No. 1���December, 1903. .. .$133,630  No. 2���January, 1906   405,000  No. 3���February, 1909.. .. 405,000  No. 4���September, 1906.... 405,000  No. 5���December, 1906.... 405,000  No. 6���March, 1907 .......   405,000  No. 7���June, 1907   405,000  No. 8���September, 1907  405,000  No. 9���June, 1908          270,000  No. 10���December, 1908    270,000  No.n���December, 1909    270,000  WM.'.T ENNIS KILLEb  AT JflOlfHER LODE  Large   Rock ; Rolls   on Him  Yesterday Morning  An unfortunate accident happened  at Mother Lode mine early yesterday  morning in which: VyilliamT. Erinis  lost his life. A round ol holes bad  been blasted in a -stoneon the 60 foot  level of the mine about, midnight, -and  an hour or so later Ehnis with a fellow  employee went to:: investigate the result of the blasting/fHe was on an  incline in the stope,'fhen a large rock  rolled down upon hyn and; crushing  him fatally, he died a few minutes  later. ' ;;:'' ';.   ':.'."'  The deceased was about 45 years of  age, and had been employed in Phoenix and other camps in the Boundary.  He leaves a wife and one child four  months old. "' 'J  Me  FOR  Accede to Request of  ation  Of /Citizens Who Waited on  Him Wednesday Evening  CarrlgM Qeii f4,QM  Mr. Justice Martin JJias handed down  judgment in^the case of Carrigan vs.  the Granby Consolidated Joining,  Smelting & Power Comparry, '^mited,  which was tried at Nelson oii.May 18th  last, S. S. Taylor conducting the case  for the plaintiff, and j, A. Macdonald  and D. Whiteside appearing .for the  defendant company! The plaintiff  claimed $8,000 darnages, and was  awarded $4,000.     .  f  Progressive Pertlt  The Fernie District Ledger has done  itself proud in a handsome booklet  entitled "Progressive. Fernie," just issued. It contains an account of the  wonderful growth' in; a year of a city  razed to the giound by/ firein 'August,  1908, and the great improvements' of  the new city over th"e?old one.; The  publication is profusely" illustrated*-is a  work of art typographically and speaks  volumes for the Ledger printery.  Boundary SMe U|Ws  -TierGreatiNdrth^i^inQw: jurist threef  Total.  .....$3,778,630  SHAKESPEARE'S GREATEST COMEDY  "As Yoo Like It" To Be  Presented  Here on  Tuesday, Dec. 14  To all lovers of the best in drama it  will be a welcome announcement that  Manager Pickard has secured Walker's  elaborate production of "As Yuu Like  It,"  the   most  delightful   of Shakespeare's comedies,   for   Phoenix opera  house  on   Dec,   15th.    The company  presenting the play is composed almost  entirely of English players and a really  intellectual and   finished performance  is assured.    C. P. Walker has two sets  of  scenery   constructed   for the play,  one to be used in large  city  theatres,  and the other, an exact   reproduction  of the larger set, to   be  used   on the  smaller stages, so that we can be assured of perfect scenery equipment.    The  costumes are new  and   rich   and add  greatly to  the  beauty   of  the   performance.     William   Yule,  a  comedian  well   known   to  theatre goeis   of   the  west, has been  specially   engaged for  the role of "Touchstone,"   a   pait in  which he has no   superior  among   the  comedians of today.  Not only does this comedy appeal  to the literary-minded, but as a comedy it interests the lover of the humorous and its story holds the attention  of those desiring dramatic situations  and suspence. "As You Like It " is  a play for the teachei, for the student,  a play for the philosopher and the  amusement seeker. It pleases the ear  of the poet and delights the eye of the  artist. It is the nearest play to the ideal  in drama that was ever constructed.  ore trains daily from. Phoenix.to Granby  smelter..-..  . ,..     __... _...:,.,.._.. -  . Grand Forks district .has"shipp��if37  cars of potatoes this season, and there  is more in stock.  Two thousand dollars' damage was  done on Monday by fire in the recently  completed Jeff Davis block at Grand  Forks.  For attempting to commit suicide  Jeff Wilcox of Greenwood was sentenced by Judge Brown to eight  months in jail.  One hundred and three immigrants  entered Canada at Grand Forks port  during November; eleven were refused  admission.  The Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co., of Trail, are reported to have  purchased the Ikeda mine, Queen  Charlotte islands, for $200,009.  Diamond drilling is now in progress  at the Rawhide mine. Power is being  secured by the operation of the steam  compressor   plant   at   the    Brooklyn  mine.  There is little or no prospect for a  hockey team in Greenwood this winter,  through lack of ice. It is possible,  however, that the difficulties will be  overcome later in the season.  Following are the newly elected  officers of Grand Forks lodge, Knights  of Pythias; CC , Frank Latham; V.C.,  E. C. Heniger; Prelate, Roy Curran;  M. of A., A. J. Stendal; M. of F.,  George Chappie; K. R & S , M. of E.,  Walter E. Hadden; M. of W., E. W.  Stuart; I.G, Nels Setterlund; O.G.,  Matt Miller.  A large number of businessmen and  and citizens waited on Alderman J. G.  McKeown on Wednesday evening; and  requested him to stand for election to  the office of mayor of the city ��� of  Phoenix for the coming year. They  acknowledged that the position of  chief magistrate would require him. to  make sacrifices, but urged that he was  the man eminently qualified and fitted  for the position and^that he was the  choice of a large proportion of taxpayers, who were desirous of , an  efficient administration for the city;  Mr, McKeown was taken entirely  by surprise and at first declined to run.  He said he was not seeking civic I  honors and, while lie appreciated the  honor done him by the deputation, he  did not feel qualified to fill the office,  and intimated that he had intended  withdrawing from the council entirely.  After considerable discussion of the  municipal situation, Mr. McKeown acceded to the wishes of those present  and decided to allow his name to go  before the electors to become the chief  executive officer. ;,  J. G; McKeown has been a resident  of Phoenix for a number of years, and  is one of the best known and most  popular, men of the city. He was  elected alderman some months ago to  fill the vacancy in the council caused  by the resignation of Alderman P. J.  Cooke and proved a decided acquisition to the board, Mr. McKeown  1-will not bestethered byi string8,;hasr no  axes to grind, owns considerable property and it one ofjliefaw man-qualified  ;to.occupy the mayor's chair.  Although the election date is still  four weeks distant, the entrance of Mr.  McKeown into the mayoralty field has  created considerable interest in local  politics. Some look for his return by  acclamation, while others maintain that  an "acclamation" is a thing of the past  in Phoenix. .A number of citizens are  said to be donning their civic war  paint and a contest, for the council at  least, appears inevitable.  Mayor Rumberger has intimated that  he does not intend to seek re-election.  ZINC MINING AID ���      i  TO BE CONSIDERED  At Convention in Nelson on  / December 15  A convention of mine owners; and  others,interested in the production and  marketing of zinc ores has been called  by the Nelson board of trade to discuss  ways  and   means   of   improving   the  marketing, and disposing of the  pro  ducts.    It will be held in  Nelson on  Wednesday,   December    15th.     The  presence of zinc in ores, especially in  the Kootenay district (except in a few  special  cases) has  been a detriment  rather than a benefit to mine owners.  At the,same time the only  market is  practically in  the  United  States, the  average freight being $10 per ton, and  the duty about the same, making a  charge of some $20 per ton to place  .t-i    _:___i��� -"_r ��_:��   j:...:��i-  .t tu_  Mm  Granby Not  >^B.;C."~  *v J  <9  1 ���*    rJsf  ��er  *9  ��k  I 1*41  Returns from Inspection of the  Shattock Arizona at Bisbee  ores,of this district at the  the   zinc  smelter.  It is felt that the time has,arrived  when, these conditions might be improved, and that some action towards  promoting this' might be brought about  by a conference of those interested.  In the first place in order to present  the question in all its bearings it will  be necessary to have some authentic  information regarding the present production of zinc ores arid other matters  in connection therewith, and this can  be gathered at such a meeting.  The   matters  which  pressnt them  selves as being worthy of discussion if  a meeting'can be convened are:  i. The   establishment   of   a   zinc  smelter'in this country.  2. The establishment of home manufactories of zinc products.  3. The asking for government aid  for assistance in experiments.  4. The asking for a bounty on zinc  similar to that at present in force for  lead./   ;���;//,/   //'.  5; The asking for the increase 01 the  duty on sine'' ore products, such as  spelter,: oxides, etc., which now come  into this country, principally from the  UnitedStates,,either free.of <Juty or at  a/low tariff."' .  A. B. W. Hodges, local manager of  the Granby Consolidated, returned  this week from a trip to Arizona, and  yesterday was in camp looking over  the mines, after an absence of some  weeks. Mr. Hodges is consulting en- '  gineer for the Shattuck Arizona mines  at Bisbee and makes periodical trips  to inspect the property.  Although the Shattuck is a copper  proposition, it is very different from  the Granby. Low operating vcosts  which permits the mining and smelting  of.ore running...one per, cent, .at a  profit, is the feature of the Phoenix  producer, while, according to Mr.  Hodges, only ore running five per cent  or more in copper is being-mined at  the Shattuck Arizona,- on, account of-  the greater costs of copper production.  Shattuck ore is treated at the Copper  Queen smelter. ,. :,    ."���'.'"  ; Speaking  of   the  possibility   of   a  merger  of the Granby   and   British l  m  M  I'm  '���If  .,','.y'.'-.:��'Si-?^fj|  w  -MMs  .-.SVv'-  The city of Greenwood will enter  suit against all who do not pay their  faxes-by Dec. 15.  LOCAL, COMPANIES INTERESTED  "As You Like It" in Phoenix opera  house next Tuesday evening.  A Brllliinl Company  The English Grand Opera   Sjngers  delighted all music-lovers in the opera  house.Tuesday evening.    The   performers were each of distinct  merit and  combined in giving a brilliant program.  Every   number   was  a  gem, and   the  presentation   of  "Martha,"   with   its  finished detail, was the work of accomplished  artists,    Miss   Juanita   Rush  winning the hearts of the  audience by  her beautiful   rendition of  "The Last  Rose of Summer."    Manager  Pickard  is    to   be   congratulated   on   having  brought such an excellent organization  to the local opera, and citizens should  encourage him in his   efforts to secure  standard attractions by patronizing the  balance of the Star concer}   course, of  which this was  the  second   entertainments.    These  concerts  are   secured  pn\y by a big guarantee.  In Cooper Mlalog on Northern British Col  nmbla Coast  Daring the past season the Consoli  dated  Mining  and   Smelting   Co.   of I  Canada (Ltd.), owning the Centre Star]  group at Rossland and having its head  office at Trail, has had an  engineer in  the fueen Charlotte Islands, Portland  canal   and   other   new   and   coming  Pacific coast mining districts, and it is  more than likely that this company will  operate  mines  in   the   ccast   copper  camps during the coming year, as   will  the Granby Consolidated, the   Le Roi  and possibly one or   two  of  the other  big copper companies of southeastern  British Columbia.   This is in line with  the expansive policy that all  the  large  concerns  of this   district  have  lately  adopted.    Expansion in   this  section,  however, is not to be neglected, but it  is felt that the new fields being opened  up on the coast are too valuable to be  overlooked.    There  are   many   economical features connected with mining  near tidewater in the Queen Charlotte  Islands particulary  that   make copper  properties so situated valuable adjuncts  to a progressive and expanding copper-  producing concern.���Mining Journal.  ��� ��� R��e��tv��f laperUai ~Aef��MaM_t   "W. J. Priestly, at present foreman  of the Bear's Nest mine, will succeed  former Superintendent Argyle as ; the  head of the Nevada Creek company's  work. This statement was made to a  Daily Record representative today by  P. C. Stoess, one of the consulting engineers. The change will take place  on December 1."  The above article taken from the  Daily Record of Juneau, Alaska, refers  to a former resident of Phoenix and  employe of the Granby company.  The property of which Mr. Priestly  has been appointed superintendent is  located at Douglas, Alaska, and his  many friends here will wish him every  success.  The advertisements you read in the  Pioneer are put there, by men who are  after your business, who wUt'go out of  their way to give you v; satisfaction,  whose success and prosperity will  I benefit the tois'n and you.  Columbia   Copper    companies;    Mr.  Hodges denied that his company had/  made   any  overtures  to  acquire  the  British Columbia Copper.    Any overtures that will be made towards  such;  an amalgamation will not come from  the Granby, he said, and   quoted; past  instances to show that that was not the.  policy  of the Granby.    He  did not  care to discuss the probability of the  merger;'ithat   was  a  matter, for,- the  directors. ......-,   ���    .-.'.���;-  Concerning .the  big; copper -trust,^  Mr. Hodges, said the Granby-- was-..not f,  I connected as far; as; he. knew._. ~,He; did  iiot-conaidcr-OraTi'Dy"a~ractor"wWh'tKe'">  Cole-Ryan,  Guggenheims   and   other  big interests of the copper wor Id,, which  pioposes  to  control  production,  but  said his company: would  be  ready to  co-operate  with  them  for the betterment of copper metal prices.    He believes the combine will be. a boon to  the copper industry as a result of the  check  on  production which it would  control.     A   13 cent  copper  market  does   not   permit   the larger   corporations  to  pay   sufficient   interest   in  dividends to represent the initial and  subsequent investments.     Fifteen cent  copper is needed and with it will come  prosperity in copper mining.  "IP  . pi  . w;.:;;  ���m  &<:������-'���  M..  ��� -.; ���      -. WV-O:,  mmmm.  :smm  ?���}������:��� ���'������.w--;{>.U->"r ^-������'r��'  -���'':':>:i>Vi*''$  :Z//Z3��  mm  mi-  Barber Shop Chaste* Hud.s  S. O'Hanley has purchased the  barber business conducted by Tuck  Collins, taking charge on Wednesday.  Mr. O'Hanley is a tonsorial artist of  experience and will undoubtedly enjoy  an increasing patronage..  n Dec  11, "09    rd  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE. a  1901    1902   1903   1904   1905  ��I.7&> 309.8J8 J93.7I*   S49.7��3 65J.889  1.731    io.Soo   yi.aia       99.034 I4I.3"6 138.079 174.198 147.37��  47.405    14.811 19.305     ���       650     8.SJO ".937 37.960     9.485   ��� 15.537 16,400     .1,007  3-��.350   55-73'  Soj  "ij'o  1,040  "���"875  '"665  1,000  350  7.4S5    ��Si73l  S.646  3.339  3.070  3.150  59  ._.       l.'��9     ��i74  46      4.586     _  15.108  3,056  ��i747  150  560  3.450  ill  364  33  Will Retrieve III Luck  Ross Thompson, the father of Rossland, and at one time rated as a Canadian millionaire, has acquired some  rich copper properties at Yerrington,  Nevada, and probably will retrieve his  ill luck of later years in the neai  future.  Phoenix hockey club will give a  benefit dance in Miners' Union hall  Friday, Dec. if.  I        The following table give* the ore shipment* of  1 ��90j. 1904. 1905.  1906. 1907. 190S ��nd 1909, os reported  Mine.  [Qranbjr Mines...  Snowshoe   Phoenix Am��l._  B. C Copper Co.  Mother Lode���  B C Mine   Bmma ~  Oro Denoro....  I Bonnie Belle   Oom. Cop. Co....  Br'klyn-Stem-  Idaho-   Rawhide..   Sunset-   Mountn Rose.  AthelsUn.......  Mnrrison ,������.>  a. Bell   Senator   Brey Fogle   No. 37   Reliance.   Sulphur King-.  Winnipeg _.  Golden Crown...  King Solomon...  3ig Copper   [No. 7 Mine   City of Paris   Jewel   I Riverside. ...  ICarmi...   Sally .���  Rambler...,..,,.  Butcher Boy....  Duncan   Providence   Rlkhorn   Strathmoie ���  Golden Uagle...  Preston   Prince Henry.-.  Skylark   Last Chance   E. P. V. Mine...  Bay   Mavis - ���  Don Pedro   Crescent.   Bruce   Republic ��.  MiMxllaneous...  Boundary mines (or   tooo,  1001   rooi.  lo the Phoeuis 1'ioneer���  Past  1906        1907      1908        1909   Week [  801,404   613,537 1018,747  986.934   as.554  8uj6    135,001      48^26    171,630     4.'90 J    145  105,900 Jodjjl 331,809   317,893    ��i.79i 1  M88 1,711              '  11,804 18,374      ������       3.177 14.481 66,630      7,553  140,683  1.960  16,032  48.390  3^55  *3.k��5  11,353  64,173  3<.170  3��.i58  649  5.78o  10,740  S,8oi  530  110  785  6J3  481  1,060  ������"43S  ��9  363  1.435  3.536  315  993  400  i��7  500  79  736  315  3��  60  750  1,833  33  150  ...30  145  7.0  ���50  535  6S9  tec  "73  10  40  90  SOO  386   3��  106  76  1 140  40  MO  '5  589  45  90  "65  108  40  700  10  55  60  146  330  30  134  33  la  110  3��  .    Total,tons 390,800 308.876 690,419 829,808 )33,6a8 1  J Smelter treat���ient^-  1 Qranby Co....- 230,81s tii.340 401,911 596,151 687,9HH  ! B.CCopperCo. 117.611 148,000 161,913 210^^4 110830  I Dom. Cop. Co..       ^.   131.570   3��.93��   84.059  .'61.537 1.148,137 1,487,480 i,48��,546 4��,4i6r  838,879   637,636   1037^44963.444   16 74.11  H3.740   341.951    364.850 J.7.771    11076  118,811     153.439     12.666 '  I K Total reduced..   34"^ ��6o.940 697^04 S37.666 98l.87"7 ��.W��,430 ..��3S.oi7 L359 060 ^ PHOENIX PIONEER, PHOEHIX, B
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of the Times
A sign of the'times and one surely
indicative of an  approaching mining
" boom/is. the' announcement by some
newspaper or 'another almost daily of
'^i the" rediscovery, of some long lost mine.
; fr -iViglr_0t;often, however, that the !As-
'l sociated Press lends its aid, as it "did
•!t last Monday, to this method of direct-
" ing attention to a new district, says the
Spokane Observer. /   '*'   ■    . 5» 1
"\"'<"   Mr J. Sweeney, whose connection
'    with New York' capitalists is- probably
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Fifty two inches of snow fell during
36 hours at Glacier recently. It is
said the heaviest snowfall on the con
tinent occurs in that locality.
It is understood that it will be one
of the'first acts of the new legislature
when it comes into existence to pro
vide for the incorporation of the city
of Prince Rupert
Dr. H. A. Whillans is moving from
Hedley to Prince Rupert on the 15th,
where he will practice his profession
His practice in Hedley is being taken
by Dr. M. D. McEwen.
The owners of the Bonanza gold
mine, on Sheep Creek, recently dis-
posed of that property to Vancouver
parties, represented by Mr. Oliver.
The consideration was in the neighbor
hood of $40,000.
The total production of coal in
British Columbia in 1908 was a, 109,-
387 long tons, of which 918,872 tons
were sold for consumption in British
Columbia, and 567,284 tons were exported to the United States.
Bar-tenders at the coast have to be
licensed. ' Is would be a good thing if
the Government passed a law making
it compulsory "that the vendors of
liquor throughout the whole province
take out licenses.
An important mining transfer is reported on the Arrow lakes by which
the Big Ledge mine, near Burton City,
passes into the hands of New York
capitalist*. The'Big Ledge is a zinc
propoeition, and it is claimed that
300,000 tons of ore are in sight, while
the mine is described as being practically a quarry proposition.
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'" The portion of the V., V. & E. between Keremeps and Princeton, a dis
tance of about 42 miles, which has
been under construction during the
past summer, has' been accepted' by
the government inspector of railways,
H.'aVk. Drury, and has now passed
from the'"construction department of
the/ Great Northern .railway to 'the
operating department. It has been
given out that a regular train service,is
to begin'on Dec. 15th.
1 Local evidences of the genuineness
of the Great Northern's intentions to
at/once/complete jtheir line to the
coast'are seen in the dispositions of the
engineering staff.    Chief Engineer J
Vancouver's commercial progress is
aptly illustrated by the growth and
progress of her financial institutions.
Changes are being made on every
hand, and office accommodation that
was more than adequate a year ago, is
now discarded as being insufficient to
handle the volume of business trans
acted.
Among those recently installed in
new quarters is the Dominion Stock
and Bond Corporation of Vancouver,
Limited, whose premises rank with the
finest in western Canada.
These new offices are exceptionally
spacious and impress the visitor at
once with a sense of architectural
substantiabiliiy and munificence ; the
high ceilings make for an abundance
of light and air, the floors of polished
hardwood, the counters and interior
fittings of massive quartered oair and
the etecfric fixtures of poushedi brass-
richly designed andcare&S? es___i_cT_
The location ss most cascaE, 6«srnE ax '
the recently campi_t_dWsr_d_ Stniemg;
.__. HOTEL!
DANNY DEANE, Proprietor. -     -
E This % the Largest1 and Newest Hotel in the city, heated by
S= hot water and welUumished throughout for the accommodation
^ of the public    Everything  Neat, Clean and Up-to-Date.    Meals
|! served at all hours, special attention being given the Diningroom.
|= Centrally Located on the Bridge.  Fifth Street, Phoenix.
Ii STEAM   HEATED: ^   E_ECTS__J____nNG. "       TELEPHONE   48      ^
DRAY1NQ
Of all  kin.lK  promptly ��„,.„,,,.
to.    Knpi.l  Kxpreu8 ami »,.',,,
T.ansfer.   Carehrlattenii"? W
OKlere. i»|)Oll0 A85"'ll
JAHES G HcKEOWN
have extensive connections in the old
country. The office staff is composed
of capable and reliable men whose
thorough knowledge cf the intricate
details of real estate, financial and insurance business qualifies them to serve
clients advantageous!} and thoroughly.
It is the purpose of the Dominion
Stock and Bond Corporation of Vancouver, Limited, to erect a modern
ten-story brick and stone office building In a central location on Hastings
street, and arrangements are being
made to msh the work to completion.
A number of representative business
men are interested in this enterprise,
which will add another imposing structure to Vancouver's rapidly growing
list of skpscrapers.- t
A. :S. HOOD,
Fire, Llle and   Acclden  |in«MaCe ■
Oeneraf Agen	
Bank Block, Phoenix, B.c
Vrxt i»or>r to McKnc Bvo«
Knob Hill. Avenue.
Capper Becaalaf Stranger
Boston—While the demand for copper is not as brisk as it was a week
agoT there is still a fair amount of business doing. The United Metals Selling Co. is holding firm at 13^ for
electrolytic and 13J6 cents for Lake,
and representatives of that agency say
they'd© not believe copper can be purchased in any amoum below such
price, otherwise they would not be get-
FOR   AN    EASY   SHAVE
AND STYLISH HAIRCUT
S-  o'hatstle'y
SHAVINC FMKI.nuy:    .
AND     BATHROOM.
Phoknix.b. e
Maimers Barber shop
LOW Kit   TOWN.
BATHS     IN
CONNECTION
KingEdvvard Lodge, No.3o
A. F. and A. M.
Ki-guiar communication R p. n,      s,
ond Thursday ofcach month,'
K«!ir".5l Ii"',e,,.'?r "«lle<l:Ma„>ni,
Hall, McHnle Mock.
M.HHKHBINO,
.  Secretary.
o. d. Turner,
w.m.
Greenwood   Liquor  Co;
~«r
. _ig ihe business,
directry next doos- toYa__xusa_rsi_-«rfc    -jj^ey c]_im that the United  Metals
postoffice, on Has_asgs s_k_£- IsdSing   Co.   is   sold   well   up    into
The Ccsrpocadoa casries 00. at fc_e t ja:v_jary_
seperalreal es!_»e, fir_ua«__J _cd iatsao--^                   -                ~ __
Lee business. Tbey bay __-d seflj - Tnere's two things to consider in
realty of ail kinds, porcfaase agreements pnnting-material and workmanship
of sale, make loaus, collect rents, andj-eet both and you get satisfaction in
engage in company promotion.    They the Pioneer. "
,
*We furnish the trade all over the   Boundary   with
the Choicest Imported and Domestic
'  Wines, Liquors and Cigars
As we ship direct in Carloads, we  can   make
prices right, and give prompt shipment.
the
Jas. McCreath & Co.
GREENWOOD, B  C.
m**m
him that mining investments will have
the almost exclusive  call  on eastern
money within'the next few months,'and
r that gold properties will be most in de-
Vmand, with' lead'"producing.,mines a
"close second.      •"   V        "''        ']   "
-■' ■ W." Y. Williams, consulting engipeer
of the Granby company, is also of the
"opinion" that a mining boom is impending/and r considers northern   British
«»Columbia the' most^ likely section of
'any near Spokane tocccupy th'e^spot
'" light," ^"They^ are   finding so \ much
■ copper everywhere • and  so, little lead,
'said he, "that I expect, the silver-Jlead
discoveries   of   the    Babine   district,
-  where James Cronin is" operating,-.arid
- other' sections • in  the s vicinity of! the
"/ Grand Trunk Pacific railroad, to arouse ]
/widespread interest.    From all I "have
' heard,' the galena   deposits   in ^that
' .country are big and rich - in  silver, so
far   as' can  be judged  from  surface
showings, and  require  only develop-
•ment to prove whether they are, deep
seated or not."^
W. Y. Clark is of the opinion tha
•so-called "lost mine" of the- Bruneau
river district, near the Nevada-Idaho
line, so extravagantly pictured by the
Associated Press last Monday, is a
property in which he is interested in
Elko" county, Nevada.
John M. Harris of the Reco mine
and G. W. Loper, of the Lucky Jim,
are two British Columbia mining men,
whoSeport a gradual, but marked improvement in mining conditions in the
Kootenay district, and especiall m the
Slocan mining division. Mr. Loper is
largely interested in zinc production
and says that the petition to the Canadian government for a bounty on zinc
similar to that now paid on lead has
good prospects of being granted. He
is also authority for the statement that
the strike recently made on the High
land-United imine at Ainsworth, in a
crosscut from the shaft on the 250-
foor level, shows 20 feet of 8 per cent
lead ore that assays x 2 ounces of silver
to the ton, unusually high silver values
for' a lead in that camp
•Mr. Hale is moving from, Hedley to
Princeton to cojnduct operations from
tbe^PnnceJc^end, and-it is understood to be Mr.. Kennedy's intention
to cover the route from Abbotsford to
Hope and on up the Coquihalla to the
summit. ;-, • i\
. To enable the work to go: forward,
John. H. Snapp,'right-of-way man, is
already, moving to complete right-of-
way arrangements on the route between
Princeton and the" summit. - Much of
this had .been formerly negotiated and
only required final settlement.   ,
Could
Patriotism
'When the fire whistle is blowing is
no time to think about insuring your
house and furniture. Don't put off
'another day. You should also co>;
sider what company you iwsure in ; D
J. Matheson represents only the best.
He will insure you in any of twelve
" %^3ffl_paaies—the strongest in the
Coutd   HOt
Real I   Could   not
not Play!
Work I
Slow Zam-Buk Brought Relief
The stomach is a larger factor in "life, liberty and the pur-
suit ol happiness" than moat'people are aware.; PatnoUsm
can withstand hunger but Hot dyspepsia. The confirmed dya-
peptio '■ la fit for tre_sonratrata|e«>«"-"«' apoila." The man
who goes to the front for bia country with a weak etomach
will be a weak soldier and a fault finder.
A sound stomach makea for good citizenship aa well as for
health and hoppu»«*—   ■- _""
Diseases of the stomach and offier organs'of digestion and
nutrition ore promptly and permanently cured by the use of
Dr. PIERCE'S GOCDEX MEVieAL DISCOVERT.
It builds up the body with sound flesh and
solid muscle.
The dealer who offers a substitute for the " Discovery "ia
only seeking to make the little more-profit realized on the
sale of less meritorious preparations.
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser is seat fret
on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Send
31 one-cent stamps for the paper covered bock, or aO stamps
for the cloth bound. Addrr-;'. World's D:-pensary Medical
Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., Pi-c^dcr-i, Duffcio, N. Y.
PMAct Livrnr stable
1
UNDER NEW   MANAGEMENT
FIRST-CLASS EQUIPMENT FOR LONG DRIVES, LIGHT
OR HEAVV.TEAMING, DRAYING, Etc., at Reasonable Rataa.
We a>m to Please and Selieii an Opportunity.
DRY WOOD IN ANV QUANTITY.
M^Elroy Bros,
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.I PHONE 34<
Phoenix, B.C.
1. o. o. F.
BN0W8HOK I ODGH NO.,
Mcctn every Monday Evening  at Mlrjrrn' lw
Visitinit l>rrlhrcu cordiaUy invited.
Ioun C Tait, Noble <;rtud
W. A. I 1CKAKO, Fin Stcv.
'"    *    "     Record.' Secy
W. A.  Cook.
PHOKXIX   AKRIK   NO."t'hw
Mr.cUIn OnlonHill
Friday evening
Visit Ins    brothtn
always welcome
J. Mclver, w. p.
C   McAstockm
' W. 8ec
K.ofP.LOD.iE.No.28
—PHOENIX, B.C.—
Meets every TuRsim
Kvj kvo at 7.30   :
Sojourning  Orothos Cordial)
welcomed. •/,'■■
F.  C.
R. H. McCKACKKN, «. C.
GRAHAM
K. of R. a.
1
THE
Mr. Julius Glacier of Denbigh, Ont.,
says:—"I was so tortured by piles that
I'-could "not -ger'ease"whether lying
down, sitting, or standing. The ailment robbed me of strength, of appe-
titei ahd bf-all ■ desire to live! __ I had
suffered so long and so acutely'that I
came to think there was no ease for
me, but one day I found out. that-1
was wrong! * ';•- j
"I was told that Zam-Buk-cured
pile?, and that this" balm was ,'alto-
gether different to ordinary ointmen's,
scores of which I had proved ^useless
for so bad a case as mine was. •' I got
a supply of Zam-Buk, and began to use
it regularly.
"Without going into unnecessary detail in a few weeks I found myself
cured. I owe my cure to Zam-Buk
entirely, and I trust my experience will
be the means of leading other, fiufterers
to try this great herbal balm."     j
Nothing need be pdded to this plain,
powerful testimony iave one question
 if you  suffer  lirce  Mr. Glacieir did,
why not get relief from the same sburce
as ho did? " '
Zam Buk—as ho truly says—is
"something different" to the ordinal \
ointments and salves. It is a powerful
combination of hea'.ing and ioothing
herbal essences. No iiiimnl astringents or poisouu, no impure animal
fats. ''
It is a proved cure for inflamed
areas (as in piles) erysipelas; cdzema,
ulcels, sores, abscesses, celd- cracks,
chapped hands, burns, cuts, ! scalp
sores, and all skirj^ injuries and.dis
eases. It is the most suitable, balm
for " children's rashes. All Druggists
and Stores at 50c. box or post-free
from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, for' price.
twelve      Jor expert clearing and pressing, by
world.! special'processi ttjr Wallace; the'tailor.
AMERICAN MINING REVIEW
ESTABLI8HBD     l"W     189 O.
THE iVXOST   PRACnCAL  MINERS'
PAPER   IN   TI1E   WORLD. <$r &
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It gives all the Important Mining News, and every issue contains valuable
Special Articles, well illustrated, on subjects of real practical interest to
the every-day mining man. :        :        :       ':   '    :        :        :       ~:
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Low first class round trip rates to Ontario, Quebec
and Maritime Provinces.
From Phoenix to—
Toros&to ^89.95   Montreal .$94«95
'Sft. JoWs $109.45  Halifax ~$ 13.50
Tickets on sale Dec. 1st to Dec. 31st. inclusive, final
return limits, ,3 months from date of sale.
"Tickets issued in connection with Atlantic Steamship business
via New York, Boston, St. Johns or Halifax, limited to 5 months
from date of sale.
Full particulars as regards routes and fates to other points not
quoted cheerfully given by calling on or addressing,
W- X. Perkins, Agej&
Now that the weather is seasonable we can give our. custo1
;   mers Special L*>w Prices on—
Bec?£ Porli and Mutton
by the side, quarter or carcase. This is prime fed stuff,
and not-thin and shelly, with nothing on it. We will cut it
up to suit the purchaser.
We have an ''J^xtra; Special'» line . of CREAMERY
BUTTER, which we would like you to try.
Just arrived  a .fresh/consignment   of
SMOKED FI$IJ, also MINCE MEAT and
CHEESE, [
SALT   AND
"ONTARIO!'
P. BURNS';& f0./^^p^^
E 2
c
THE
IPS BANK
Employs, .a.;,system   which   makes   it
it  easy for 'its out-of-town "depositors
open     accounts     and     transact
to
business   by   mail   with   any   of  its
DETAILED  INFORMATfON FURNISHED  ON  REQUEST.
WOOD   I
First-Class Fir and Tam-
arac Wood,$5 per cord
Pine Wood, $4.50 per cord
Pine Wood, double cut,
$6.00 per cord
Wood Delivered 00 Short Notice.
'Plume B32
Johnson & Anderson
NOTICE.
■; In the inatter'of the Land ReeiMrv
Act and-in (lie "matter qi, the Title l»
Tiot 22 and part of lot Slj'rilock 11, map
59, Town of Phoenix.
Wiierkam ihe certificate of Title to
the above hereditaments l.einc certificate No 4827A in-the name of Petty-
Lareon has -been lost or destroyed and
application has liecu made to me foil
duplicate therof.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thatj
a duplicatecertilicale of title !o tlir above
hereditaments will be issued at. the «•
piration of one month from the dale u(
the first publication hereof,.unlese '" ,,ie
meantime valid objection to thecontrar,'
is made to me in "-ritinsr.
\V. H. E DM ON I)«,
District Kegistra'
Land Reentry Office,
Kainlnopp,*R.C ,
-     Nov. 3rd, IflOO.
Hurrah
STHICTtY
PUO.VR
fttKSH   BOOS
J_______!t3£J«.
Xmas!!
Now is the time to think about
that pieced of fFurniturc your
wife wants (get "it for Xmasj'
• Our new line of Mission
and Golden %-Oak Rockers
has no equal.
Our Rug£ RacK
Call and have. a. look at our
new Rugs, and the way ^
have otdisplaying them. No
troulble to show thtern, the rack
does it all.
Have a look at our W^*
for Xmas.
The City
FU
-/'■Si 1' ''ri'STOMWggiBiiBj  wmrnmmmmmm  HHBJ  mmmmm  ammmim  t  Freah. air is lirtrodxioea into  the Kootenay oven through a  series of vents at the bottom  of the oven door, and the  cooking1 fumes carried out  through another series of  vents at the back of the oven.  (Arrows in  illustration  show method  /- of ventilation.)  Sr The air in the  oven is always  kept pure. The  natural flavor;  o f e v er y  artiole is  completely  retained  Everything  tastes most  delicious.  F xv�� B 33  Booklet  on request.  FOR SALE BY THE HUNTER-KENDRICK CO  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������a**  - ���  THE KING'S HOTEL  "    ...  "The Pride of the Boundary."  PHOENIX, B.C.  Newly renov.ited and newly furnished, modern in appointments and  centrally located, culineiy department par excellence and Bar  stocked with choicest liquors and cigars, the King's is headquarters  for travellers.     Bus meets all trains.    Commodious sample rooms.  The King's Grill'  Short   Order   Meals   served   in   the   King's  GRILL   at all -hours/.,  E. T. SHEA,  Proprietor W. R. WILLIAMS, Mana^J  ��� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������a******  Here's a Hint!  ���^GOOD-OREAMOB MILK; sno.h  as the PHOENIX DAIRY  BRAND, is-  tliebafiH of a tempting meal.    Tt makes everything taste better.   Try it���  ,.:and vou'il alwavs buv.it.    All milk is aereated before being sold.  Dki.iveukd to Am; Pakts 'of tub City  F  Pure and wholesome.     Cold and as bracing in its  oioliu-ss as a breeze from  the North in Summer.  by   all   an thr  "BEST BEER IN THE BOUNDARY."  WHY?    Bei-aiise its- manufacturer-* employ  all of their energy to  the  s!l'Vtixruiiii? but of a perfect B"er   iVnm  the bust materials obtainable.  ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL ICE,  ETC.  PHONE -23  P l\ o enix   B rewing    Co.  D.-"-Jm :iVVathespn  .3n8iiriit.ee H0ent  UliKI-JTY     nOSIW.  FIRE.       L.IFB  c   .VCCIDKNT.  PtATK    GI..VSS  D>v[��lIS-4II)NKIt    COK    TAKING    AFKIU.W1TS  PHOENIX,   B.C.  PH OEM IX PI ONEER, PHOEHIX; %fi.  Humor ml Philosophy  By DUNCAN  N. SMITH  THE CANDtDATE.  The candidate has smlltfo for ail,   ^  The rich, tho poor, the high, the low,  mr every ono who has a vote  ��� On some one later to bestow.  Ho, feels so jubilant because  His chances that at first were slim    .  Ai-u brighter now, for every one  Ho bv<:h Is pledged to vote for him.  He- goes uinorig his fellow men. '������'  l:ivltlnK ihem lo have a amoke  And-lnujihlng nt lo split his sides  = Should some, dear voter crack a Jokfl.  They like to see him spend his cash.  And-.so they  follow him about,   -  Assui-lni; him with every drink  That he Is certain to win out.  Ho never dreamed before he ran  A mun could have so many friends,  ��� Not knowing-that the candidate     ���'?  Is d'.-firly loved for what he spends,    *  And so he takes the taffy In,  And so Ko pays his money out.  And followers are everywhere  At mention ot his name to shout  The candidate who works It right  Finds many persons to enthuse.  With such supporters at his beck  He doesn't see how he can lose,  But lose he very often does���  ���Returns come in to thwart his plan..,  , In spite of all the promises  He shows up as an also ran.  tiu*:  ing Powder  Bat Invite Your'.Inspectioti  of out   Pttces and Quality  of   Goods   Before    Buying  Cants F<*ynisfaings Elsewhere  ���    ____B__��_______��_^��aj__s��s��_asWUa��"��--'������"1^^  Our   stock, of .Suits,   Overcoats,   Underwear,    Shirts,  Collar^ and- Tie?,   Boots and Shoes,   etc.,  etc.,  is all  r��ewJ;a^upTtp-date--no ancient, shopworn or shoddy  ^odds'which would be expensive at any price.  By frequent buying and careful selection of Stock  our furnishings are always new, with the season's  distinctive styles, and bears the stamp of quality; our  prices are no higher than you will pay for inferior goods  elsewhere.  Might Serve a Purpose.  "1 think I will put you on the circuit," snid the vaudeville manager to  the young actor who had given him a  sample of his work.  "Then you like my act?'  "No; I can't say that I do. In-fact,  it Is about the worst 1 ever saw."  "But you said you would give me a  job."  "Sure I'll give you a Job. I want'  to have you around for an emergency.  In ease of fire I think you would-clear  the house in record time.".  8leight of Hand.  "O a n y o v  change a ^quarter?"  "Yes; let/ me  have it. and 1  will change it  Into ham-, ;and  eggs."  ���������  Knew a  Better Way.  -."Do you. know that matches-1cost  money?" growled the ;bartender at the  little man who was helping himself.  "Do you mean to/'say you pay- for  matches?'', asked the little man,;helping himself to another handful. "I am  surprised at your lack of business ability. Why don't yon get them the same  way that I do?"  Great Discovery.  "See Jones, going around with: his  chest all swelled up, carrying his-new  baby?" '  "Must be proud ot the fact that be is  a father."  ';"It isn't that so much'as he feels  superior to/-common mortals--because  he knows which end of the baby to  hold up." ______  They Will  Remedy That.  "iu soiuo countries men still havt  several wives each." I  "Then American enterprise isn't what  we bad been led to believe it- was."  ���-What'srthaCgdrrtbao-wnh nr*   --  "Evidently our meat trust doesn't  rule the market in those countries."  Willing to Show Him.  "The doctor says most everybody eats  too much."  "Do you know the doctor?"  "Slightly."  "Bring him around to our boarding  house, and we will discuss it over our  evening dish of prunes.  Recognized an  Old  Friend.  He knew it was a tamoua joke  And laughed till ho was sore.  He'd met it in a minstrel show  A dozen years before.  'Showing Her.  "What are you doing that for?"  "Because my wife said I couldn't"  PERT PARAGRAPHS.  As the  price of foodstuffs  goes up  our spirits come down.  You maybe able to get along with  out sense, but you must have dollars.  You never can tell���some small imps  grow up to become preachers.  ��&V.m<JWrr\VWExD  V5&^  One way to gel rich quick is to in  herit it  Time is not money in the prize fight  ring for the nihil <m whom it is called.  What's her red hair for anyway if  not to kep Iut temper hot?  Nothing ii muses a youngster more  than to hear her spinster relatives re  ferred to as "the sirls."  The man who addresses his wife as  "mamma" hi public should be retaliated upon by huviug pet- names'similarly applied  to himself.  If wo never worried, the professional  advisers would have to revise their  last editions.  Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully refreshing for Bath or Toilet. For washing  underclothing it is'unequaUed. Cleanses  and rifles.  If  you   are   requiring   any   tough  lumber give M. Mclnfyre a chance to  figure on it.    He can furnish you with  better material at less money than any  , outside cornoetitor  No altim, no lime phosphates  As every housekeeper can understand,  burnt alum and sulphuric acid���the ingredients of all alum and alum-phosphate  powders���-must eariy to the food adds  injurious to health.  Read the label.   A void the alum powders  BOUNDARY & KOOTENAY 1909 ORB RECORD  Shipments and Smelter Recclps For Year to  Datt.  ' Ore shipments from the various  mines of Boundary and Kootenay, and  the receipts of ore at the smelters of  Southeastern British Columbia for! last  week and for 1909 to date are as  follows:  SHIPMENTS.:.        WEEK. YEAR.  Boundary  . .40,235  1,422^947  Rossland.........   31647     216,850  East Columbia River 3,610     179^012  Total.. . i.;". .47,492   r,8i8i8oo  SMELTER   RECEIPTS   Granby....... ....   25,020 ���'���_ g68;527  B.C. Copper Co. .11,528    3��5>947  Trail ..;.-...     8,183    3961003  Northport.,.; ....       ... 12^761  Mininf of ToDay  The mining industry of today is conducted on such a large scale that a rich  strike in an individual mine attracts  less attention from the public than formerly. Mining plants are now constructed with a view of reaping profit  from the usually larger and more persistent low-grade ore bodies, rather  than the more erratic high-grane ore  shoots found therein. Highgrade; pre  is hot objectionable and, when encountered, adds - materially to the  revenue of the mine, but it is not now  .as essential to success in the same de-  Igree that .'was in the past.���World.  THOMAS PATTERSON :  SUCCEEDS DUNSMUIR  Victoria Man Appointed Lieutenant Governor  The resignation of Lieutenant-Governor Dunsmuir of British Columbia  ha1! heen'accepttd by--the -Dominion.;  government and <>y' an 6rderin council  passed. Thomas W." Patterson, .of  Victoria,''��� was appointed as the new,;  lieuienant-governor of the province.  '1 he retirement of Lieutenant-Governor  1   t  Dunsmuir, who was appointed in May,  1906, has been foreshadowed for some  months, his honor having  some  time  ago signified his desire lo retire   from  the du.ies of the position. , .  The new lieuteriaiit-governor is one  of the best known residents of the pro-;  - -' ��� * *  vinciul  capital,   where, he  has   lived  since 1885.' He has been prominently  identified as a contractor with railway  construction in the province and commands the respect and1 esteem of the  business men of the Pacific coast. His  honor ��� Lieutenant-Governor Patterson;  is a native of Ayrshire, Scotland, and  celebrated his fifty-seventh birthday  last Monday. He was educated in  Oxford county,: Ont., and spent his  early manhood in Bruce county,* going  to Victoria in 1885. In 1902 he was  elected at a by-election to represent  Victoria city in the legislature, and was  re elected at general election of 1903.  NASAL CATARRH  PRODUCES DEAFNESS  ;   RELIEP IN/PE-RUllNAa  ; Mr. R. J. Ariose,''401.City Hall Ave.;  Jfontreal^QuaboR, is an old gentleman  ���f -wide acquaintance, having served  thirty-eight years in'ilid"Gon"eral J?ost-  offlce of Montreal, a record which  ���peaks for Itself. Concerning hio uie ot  Fernna, see letter given below.     >s  Total..'...... ,45,381 1,683,238  AMERICAN HAND LAUNDRY  WASHING and MENDING  If you want your clothes washed,  mended and buttons replaced, with no  extra charge for���: mending, leave your  name at the American Hand Laundry,  across the street from Scandinavian  hall, arid washing will be called for  and delivered.  The Granby Consolidated, Min*  ing, Smelting and Power  Company, Ltd.  Dividend No. 11  NOTICE- IS HEREBY GIVEN  that at a meeting of the B ard of  Directors of the Granby ��� ��� f,v idated  Mining, Smelting and Power Company,  limited, held this day, a dividend of two  per cent, upon the par value of the stock  outstanding was declared out of the  net earnings of the Company, payable  December 31st, 1909, to all stockholders oT record of three o'clock p.m. ^on  December 15th, 1909. The transfer  b <>ks will not be closed.  Dated this seventh day i-f Decem-  b r     9^0  Northrup Fowler, Secretary.  A Vsry Gantle Hint  How is your subscription? II it  has fallen behind we would like to see  it renewed about Christmas arid let us  be joyful during the joyous season.  It takes money to run The Pioneer  as we require cash to keep the plant  running and the wolfe from the door.  We owe it to", the community in  which which we live to do everthing  we can in every way possible that will  be to its advantage. Our neighbor's  prosperity means a great, deal more to  us than someone's who lives elsewhere.  We should bear this in mind in buying  our goods. We can afford to pay our  home man a firm price. for his wares  lather than send our money away,  knowing as we do that every dollar our  own citizen makes will help in sustaining our schools, churches and public institutions. It pays richly to buy  at home.  MR. R. J. ARLESS.  "1   have been  afflicted   with aaaal  cstarrk to such a degree that it affected  toy hearing. f j  "This was contracted some twenty,  years ajgo b'y being exposed to draughts  and sudden changes of temperature.  "I have been under the treatment of  specialists and have used many drugs  recommended as specifics for catarrh  In the head and throat���all to no:pur��  pose. '  "About three years ago I was indnced  by a confrere in oiucn to try Pcruna.  "After some hesitation, as" I-' had  'doubts as.'to results after so many  failures, 1 gave Perun* a trial, and am  happy to state tnat after using eight or  ,ten bottles of Peruna I mm much Int.  Sroved in hearing,  and in breathing  irough the nostrils."  -���   Phoenix Railway Timetable.  C. P.  R.  Leaves for Eholt and Nelson, 1.25 p.m.  Arrives    .. ..     '   ..     5.00p.m.  great 'northern.  Leaves for Grand > Forks and  Spokane .. ..    9.00 a.m  5.00 p.m  Arrives  Subscribe for the  Pioneer  and get  the latest Boundary news.  SHZ  *T*HE CARNEY COPPER MINE, in the  famous Cqeur d'Alenes, four miles south  east of Mullan, Idaho���-8 claims, 3 fractions.  Water power, worth $25,000.  Tunnel No. 1, has 450 feet development  work. An ore chute opened for 150 feet in  length, and the end not reached, about 48 feet  wide, and the width not determined. Vertical  depth at face of tunnel 150 feet.  Tunnel No. 2 is in from the portal 1025  feet, crosscuts and side drifts 475 feet, good  ore now appearing iu face of tunnel. Vertical  depth 530 feet. Stock at less than 25 cents per  share is a good buy,  a Few Thousand at  ONE-HALF CASH  ONE-HALF 30 DAYS  Leave your order with  A. S. HOOD, Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  Rio -Tinto  Ttfeadwell  'T'HE RIO TINTO-TREADWELL MINE,  is in the same ore zone as the Granby,  14 miles directly south from Granby mines,  Three miles south-east from Curlew, Wash.  The group is composed of 7 claims. $4,000 .was  spent on the ground prior to incorporation.  Tunnel No. 1 is ��� now in about 175 feet.  Ledge No. 1 was crosscut at a depth of 100 feet,  carrying lots of good ore. Ledge No. 2 will be  cut before April 1st, at a depth of 125 feet. A  Two shifts are crowding the work night and day.  Tunnel Site No. 2 has been l_id out, which  will give an additional depth of 200 feet below  No. 1. It is less than one-and-one-half miles  from Great  Northern and C. P. R. railways.  THE STOCK IS NOW  ONE-HALF CASH  ONE-HALF IN 30 DAYS  CENTS  PER SHARE  Leave your order with  A. S. HOOD, Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  iv ~,J'-?;.;"'-''>!��'f^  ��''������ ".'VKV,: *���$%$',  '��'    "-"V. * -. ''V 'y.^&lM  F4  Ik*  +>,  -%    -':v,-;r,i%e  Ijr  *��JM4i  sP^i#^^^^^i^^f^^-,l^^r^[^^ii^^r ^^^^Ms^^f^^ PHOENIX PIONEER, PHOENIX, W.C  l"ti-  i  v  a  ��  I  McRAE BROS., limited  IT  H0ESNT  NEW ADVERTISING  THESE MVS TO ST8MIMTE TBAPE  Enough Christmas Goods are already here to supply a big demand,  and other shipments are on the way. In addition to the des-  tinctively Children's things such as toys and games, we're showing  a number of novelties in  not* Fraacs, piwio Aibws, Post  carl Albums, wpiim�� sets, toiici  eases, Plush coods, Faacg Clocks,  Mciai Novelties, Art calendars,  Faicg cum, Chiistms carts,  SMkcrs' sets, ma  tm mxcs  In and Around Phoenix *  BRIEF TOPICS OF  LOCAL  AND  GENERAL -  , ������* INTERB3T TO PHOENICIANS.  that are full of Christmas spirit. The quicker you make selections  - now the better your chance of getting what you want. We never  " have enough of everything to, go around, and no-store can figure  precisely just how much of each line to buy. We do the best we  possibly can to meet every requirement and urge-shoppers in their  own interest to buy early.  McRAE BROS, limited  n ,.a����-WM*5��^��fti��y!rl  rfX  _W~-  Diamonds  for  >:��� s-  OTHING is so acceptable' for a r Christmas  present'as Diamonds'.'   Now is the time for  'Ayou/'to' ;\irop ��� in at the" LOWER TOWN  - JEWELRY STORE and see about placing  your order.   We handle nothing but the pure Blue  W^hite Wesselton.Diamonds.'   Our system^of procuring to order enables us totpositively guarantee'  ' 'you better value than you can get from any mail  order house'in the country.    How can we do it?  ' ' We buy from one of the largest and most reliable  importers in the Dominion; we have no capital invested, our working expenses are practically next  to nothing, and we pay spot cash for all our goods,  take the discounts and satisfied with a small commission on the transaction.    You take no risk, pay  no money���simply come in , and say you want a  diamond for "'.-'''  ���:    $10. SSO OR' SlOO  : as the case may be, choose the .style of mounting  you prefer, and in ten days the goods are here for  your inspection. Then if you have a friend who is  an authority on Diamonds bring him along, and if  you'are riot satisfied that the goods are by far the  best value you have ever seen, pay your money  and the girl is ��� yours���we  mean  the  goods are  yours.  We have a splendid line of Ladies' Elgin  and Waltham Watches, in Gold-Filled and  Solid J4-k. Gold Cases, from $10 upwards.  Compare our prices with the mail order houses  and buy where you like.  �� _f\�� If _r\.$X, * .l���rfCf 1  WATCHHAKER AND OPTICIAN  Lower Town, Phoenix  The Store where You get 100 Cents in Value  for Every Dollar.  Fine selection of new suitings at R.  Horrell's.  Ask for -oyster cocktails at the  Brooklyn.     ' - m '  Local stores are donning their  Christmas attire.  Dry wood in car lots. Apply to J.  Trombley, Phoenix, B.C.  "As You Like It" in the opera  house next Tuesday.  Judicious advertising is the only real  way to "stir things   up."  Ladies dress goods; the finest selection in the city at R. Horrell's.  Before buying your furniture elsewhere, call on R. J. Gardner.  Born���In Phoenix, on Nov. 22, to  Mr.-and Mrs. Albin Johnson, a son.  A choice selection of beautiful china  has just been received at Love's drug  store.  See D. J. Matheson about housekeeping rooms in the McArdle & Anderson block,' First street, upper town.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, arrived in the  city on Thursday and is at his office in  the bank block.  If you are thinking of building or  require building material of any kind  ���lumber, shingles, lime, brick���call  on me for figures. Phone A 44. C.  A. Ross.  A gentleman's silver watch was  found on the street a few days ago  and has been left; at the Pioneer office  to locate the owner. The watch will  be given on being identified..  At a meeting of the police and  license commissioners for the city on  Wednesday evening the licenses of all  the present hotels were renewed for  another six months at the rate of $600  per annum.  John Love returned from Hedley  on Tuesday.^ Mr. Love, who has con  ducted a drug store in that town for  several years, has disposed of his business there to ,F. M. Gillespie, post,  master at Hedley.  Snowshoe lodge, No. 46, I.O.O.F.,  will entertain the members of Phoenix  Rebekah lodge and friends at whist  and dancing on Monday evening, Jan.  3rd, the occasion of the semi-annual  installation of officers.  Arrangements   are  now_cornp.leted  Dr. Simmons, dentist, will be at his  Phoenix office,"bank block,  from Dec.  10 to 13.  Dr.  and ���Mrs. Saunders, of Nova  Scotia are guests of Mr. and Mrs. F.  E. Brine.  Phoenix  Methodist  Sunday school  will hold its annual Chnstmas tree on  Christmas Eve.  -Charlie McKay went to Spokane on  Monday  to  hear Fritz  Kreisler,  the  famous violinist.  New lines 'oflgoods specially for the  holiday trade being received  daily at  Love's drug store.  Grand Forks is preparing  to put a  strong hockey combination in the field  this winter.    They expect to have ice  next Monday.  One step won't take you very far���  you've got to  keep  on   walking; one  word won't tell folks  what  you are���  you've got to keep on talking; one inch  won't make you very tall���you've got  to keep on growing; one little "ad"  won't do it all~you've got to keep 'em  going.  The King's Hotel continues to make  improvements to the popular refresh  ment house, and during the past week  has made - extensive alterations. Th<  bar has been lengthened and the  general appointments made more attractive, while the location of the  office has been changed.  Definition of a real gentleman: "A  man that's clean inside and out, who  neither looks up, to the rich nor down  on the poor;-who can lose without  sqealing and who can win without  bragging; who is considerate of women,  children and old people, who is too  brave to .lie, too generous to cheat, and  who takes his share of the world. and  lets other people have theirs."  XMAS  We have on hand, or shortly to arrive a beautiful  Assortment of Articles very suitable for Presents,  which includes the new DEPOS' ART WARE,  the latest in���  Hand-Painted   China  Many New Things in Silverware���  and an Excellent Assortment of   ���CUT GLASS ���  In Gold Goods���  PhoShix Opsra H_ms��  C. P.  Walker, presents Shakespeare's  Delightful Comedy  "AS  for the annual ball of Phoenix Miners1  Union which will take place on Christ  mas Eve. Werner's orchestra of five  pieces has been engaged. J. D. McLean, Joe Thompson and J. Noel are  the committee.  . The Bengough concert in the opera  house Thursday evening was in every  way a success. The cartoonist-entertainer gave a refined program, proving himself skilful with the crayon and  a clever story-teller, while Mayor Rumberger, Judge Williams, J. B. Boone  and John Love were sketch subjects of  the artist. The general hospital will  benefit to the extent of $50 as a result  of the concert and the energetic efforts  of O. B. Smith.  LIKE  IT"  CASTE OP ENGLISH  PLAYERS, with Wm.  Yale and Violet Eddy  especially engaged  TUESDAY, IK. 14  Reserved Seats at Brown's  $1.00 ar_d 75c.  we  are showing a New  Line of SOLID  GOLD  BROOCHES  and TIE  PINS iu the  new  tinted  effects,   which   must   be   seen   to be   appreciated;  also a new line of���  Solid Gold Ladies' ancf Gent's  Watches, Engraved and Plain  A Revelation Awaits  You���If You Haven't  Yet Seen  *J)EP0$j4*r"  The beauty of this  ware cannot be appreciated from either  descriptions or from  Illustrations.  You really should see  Ktepos-Art. We have  a nice assortment Just  at present Drop Into  our store mi'. aee It  to-day.  ']  See our  Window  and  Xmas  Messenger  for  particulars  E. A. BLACK  The Jeweler  mm  WHEN YOU WANT  Tailorin  COME TO THE OLD RELIABLE  AND ONLY  TAILOR IN PHOENIX  Horrell  SPECIAL, $45  OVERCOATS for $35  WHEN YOU WANT PRINTING DONE, you  want it done properly. To do it properly you must  have' experienced men. The Phoenix Pioneer  has the men, the material and the machinery to do  the work. Send us your next order for printing���  no order too big, none too small. We do everything in printing, and will give you satisfaction.  Your Oallar ,  will come back to you if you spend it,  at home.  - It is gone for ever if you i  sen"a^rtb_tEe"Niail"C)rder  HotiseT   "A:  glance  through   our advertising < columns will give you an   idea  where it  will buy the most.  Keep both eyes on the Rio Tinto-  Treadwell mine, near Curlew, Wash.  Buy Rio Tinto-Treadwell stock at 5  cents per shara) on the payment plan.  Only a few thousand shares left at this  price.���J. L. Martin, Phoenix, B.C.  COPPER  The New Edition of the  COPPER HANDBOOK  The Copper Handbook contains, in  this new and greatly enlarged edition,  in this new and greatly enlaiged edition,  about 60. per cent, more matter than the  Bible���though not necessarily a better  book because of its 21 eater bulk. It is  filled with FACTS or vital irnporance to  Vol. VIII. issued May, 1909, contains  1500 pages, with nearly 60 per cent,  more matter than the preceding edition.  The chapters with mine descriptions and  on statistic)- have been carefully revised  and the bulk of the matter therein is  ENTIRELY  NEW  There are 26 chapters,  Covering Copper History, Geology,  Geography. Chemistry, Mineralogy,  Mining, Milling;, Leaching, Smelting,  Refining, Brands. Grades. Impurities,  Alloys, Usee, Substitutes, Terminology,  Deposits by Districts,. States, Countries  and Continents; Mines in Detail, Sta  tiatica of Production, Consumption, Imports, Exports, Finances, Dividends,  etc.  The Copper Handbook is concededly  the  World's Standard Reference  Book On Copper.  THE INVESTOR  THE SPECULATOR  THE METALLURGIST  THE CONSUMER  THE MINER  TERMS are the most liberal. Send  no money, but order the book sent to  you, all carriage charges prepaid on one  week's approval, to be returned if unsatisfactory, or paid for if it suits. Can  yon afford not to aee the book and judge  for yourself ot its value to you?  PRICE is $5 in buckram with gilt top,  �����r $7.50 in genuine full library morocco.  WRITE VOW to the editor and publisher,  ��5   .  Christmas Goods  We are just opening up our splendid stock  of Christmas. Goods, which includes a splendid assortment at attractive prices, such as  Leather Goods, Hand Bags* Hair Brushes  Combs, Glove and Handkerchief Boxes  Beautifully Designed China Pieces  Stationery, Perfumery,   Etc,  ���>��������������O������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������_���M���a���a���������������������������  A Full Line of Chocolates  Love's  argam  ?��?  fforaee J. Stevens  j6, Shklx��en Bvu.pi no, Houghton  Mich., U.S.A.  HAND-MADE   SBOFS  Caixjn and Let Us show  You the Quality of Footwear   we  CAN   OFFER  YOU;  Shoes that will both Fit  and Wear   : : :::::���' :  PHOENIX SHOE SHOP  _��*-���- A. T. TURANO, Proprietor  Stage- Line  Leave Phoenix, upper toWQ)    ^ ^ ,  ' lower town, 10.00 a.m.h Standard Time  Leave  Greenwood      -        3.00 p. m.J  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight  Phobnix Opicick, With MoRab Bboh., Knob Hat. Ave.  WILLIS & LAINg, Proprietors

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