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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Dec 5, 1908

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 . S'>& i   Lfcfc.w.iia.j^     ky;  AND   BOUNDARY   MINING  JOURNAL.  I'M  "���*  ^    .L,braey - -   ��  '    '1-07  "Tenth Year. ",  PHOENIX, BRITISH,COLUMBIA.  SATURDAY.  DECEMBER 5,   1908  No. 2  I  THE  l  Kclowna Tomatoes, gal. tins, 56c  Kelo\ynaTomatocs,3lb. tins,20c  These are tbe best canned Tomatoes ever put on the  mar.ket;.  nride out of ripe Tomatoes grown in  the famous Okanagan fruit  district. ' ���  Try n Gallon tin at 50 cents, and you will chie back for more.  Wagstaffe's Muice Meat, 5 lb. pail, 85c  Wagstaffcs Plum Puddings, in jars, 75c  These have just arrived in a car of Kresh5Groceries from  Hamilton, On!.  .';., All.our  Raisins,.Currants and Candied   Peels  will arrive  77    ..this.iWeek. 777 ���,''���  .'  New   California  Seeded   Raisins, 2 lb.-for 25  cents  New Filiatras Currants, 2 Jb. for 25 cents  ���. New Lemon Peel, 25 cents per lb.  New Orange Peel, 25 cents per lb.  New Citron Peel, 35 cents per lb.  SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY  FRACHE BROS.  LETTUCE,  BURRIT'S CELERY, TOKAY  GRAPES, MALAGA GRAPES, NEW WALNUTS,  NEW FILBERTS,  NEW BRAZILS,  OHIO CHESTNUTS.  FRESH APPLE CIDER,  15 Cents Per Quart.  TRY "THOSE EGGS" at 50 Cents per dozen  REORGANIZING OF  DOMINION COPPER  Meeting Being Held in New  York to Consider Plan.  Bondholders of the Dominion Cop:  per company are holding a meeting at  the New. York office of Samuel Unte-'  myer, at which a plan of reorganization  is being'submitted.  The company was thrown into the  hands of a receiver some weeks ago at  the instigation of the .National Trust  Co. of Toronto, trustee for the bonds,  as there was not paid into the .sinking  fundi when due, $80,000.  P. F. Roosa, general manager of the  property, was appointed receiver to  care for the assets covered by ihe  mortgage securing the bonds, and since  that time he has also been appointed  liquidator upon the application of a  stockholder, so that he now represents  all classes of creditors. Mr. Rt^osa  left here a few days ago for New York,  and the meeting will probably be held  on Ins arrival: '   ��� ��� |  In connection with tbe proposed reorganization it is notiunlikely that an  assessment will be levied.  The Boston Coaimercial copper  critic has the following to say aooiit  the company: ���  "Injudicious administration and the  unwise use of its large treasury surplus  were responsible for the down-fall ���of  the Dominion Copper cornpany. Some  time ago when the stock, was selling  above $2 we advised holders to sell it.  We understand that plans are being  made for a reorganization if the company, or possibly the sale of the property to; or consolidation with, one of  the other companies operating. in the  same district. We would not advise  holders to sell the stock at $1 per  share, as we think they will, do better  to hold it and take part in such reorganization as is presented. The company's properties we believe to be  valuable." '  A prominent brokerage firm of New  Boundary lining Notes  A new electric 'pump has been installed to replace, the air pump in No.  3 tunnel/Granby mines.  It is expected .some test ore will  shortly'be shipped'lrom the Athelstan  "Fraction, Wellingro'n camp. \  The Greenwood-Phoenix big tunnel  !scheme is being rfevived,'the promoters  claiming to have the: project satisfactorily financed.    ; .-���>���.  Arrangements; have been made with  the Granby!smelter to treat all ore  from the Republic mine which is now  being developed by'a new company.  The Canadian Consolidated company's Snowsnoe mine tonnages, continue to grow, about 450 tons daily being averaged 'during the past week. The  mine shipped 1,220 tons to the B. C.  Copper smdter and 1,920 tons to  Trail, the total of 3,140 tons being the  largest weekly tonnage shipped this  year. The (Wee at the mine is being  gradually increased and it is expected  that alter the beginning of the year  the Snowshoj: shipments will show stil  greater increases.        ��� ;  MINE ACCIDENT,  PROVES FATAL  York recommends Dominion  Copper  stock as good buying.  GRANBY CO. BUYS  BUSINESS BLOCK  I  Hunter=  I  ������  SHOULD BE YOUR  SI DERATION     IN  FIRST CON-  SELECTING  Xmas Presents  Iu baying our Goods we are very careful to  select only the best, and we will exchange  any unsatisfactory for any reason       :     :     :  Here are a few Samples:  10  Karat Cuff Links, Roman  Gold, $4.50 to $5.50  JO  Karat  Cuff Links, Raised  Masonic, and Odd Fellows  Emblems, $5 to $7  14 Karat Cuff  Links, Roman  Gold, $4.50 to $10  14 Karat, Tie Pins, $2 to $4.50  14 Karat Safety Pin Brooches,  $250 to $10 each  AND   M-VNY   OTHERS TOO   NUMEROUS  TO MENTION  THE JEWELER  Enlarging and - Refitting - Local  ~y:y*-.;':: ������ Qffices.v     :-.���'--   '^The Granby bloclif,' buiit'as aT^busT-  ness block by Messrs Graves and Williams of Spokane, some years ago, and  in part of which the Granby company  has had its local "offices, has just been  purchased by the company.  Partitions have been cut out, doubl  ing the size of the office, and the entire  lower floor remodelled by the company  for the convenience of the different  departments. A private office for the  superintendent has been newly furnished and equipped,and a special room has  been fitted up for the chief mining  engineer. To this has been added a  new blue print frame operated on a  track. A steam heating system has  been installed throughout the entire  building.  Phoenix  Roysl Minstrels,  An organization meeting was held  Friday, evening, Nov. 27th, in the  opera house, and it was decided tc  organize under the above name.  Tbe object of tbe minstrels is to  give entertainments during the wintei  month0, proceeds to be donated to  local charities. The minstrels bold  themselves in readintss to give per  formances in aid of any deserving  charity that may come to their attention at any time.  The following officers ' were elected:  Hon. P.esident, O. B. Smith, Jr.  Hon. 1st Vice-President, G. W.  Rumberger. ��  lion. 2nd Vice-President, W. R.  Williams.  President, Dr. W. H   Dickson.  Vice-Prt stdent, O. N. Galer.  Secretary, J. J. Strutzel.  Treasurer, V. M. Sberbino.  Manager, J. R. V. Dunlop.  Musical director, C. Halverson.  Property Man, G. H. Corbet.  Executive, R. K7 McCarntnon and  F. Daly.  ���It is the intention to give an initial  performance in the near future.  A contract has just been let for another's feit of tunnelling on the  Columbia grpup of mineral claims  near Curlew, Wash., owned by J. L.  Martin; TheGolumbia includes the  Tredwell, Mascot, Rio Tinto No. 1,  and Calumet daims on which a large  amount of mlney has already been  expended in development. The tun  nel, which is nov in 25 feet will be  run about 200 net and is expected to  tap three leads vhich are of splendid  showing on the Surface.  Harry Johns, \;ho is in charge ofthe  development woriton the B.C. Copper  company's Wellington camp properties  returned on MontSy from a trip to the  company's Napolelp and Lone Star  mines in Washington of which he is  also manager. The'Napoleon employs  about 30 men and\is/now shipping  about 150 tons of ore per day, part of  which goes to the cotipany's smelter  at Greenwood and the balance to the  Granby smelter. Diamond drilling is  being carried on at' the Lone Star,  where only a small, force of men are  employed.-"No-shipping is being done  at.��� present though shipping may be-j  ^EjiMedJii..the7.f!-it;-ir.e.���7.,.._,...:  The mineral returns for the past  week, as recorded at the mining recorder's office, Grand Forks, show that  nine locations were made, ten certificates of improvements granted, and  the following transfers ��� made: Jack  Pot, Wellington camp, A. F. Sanderson  and F. Moriarity to J- H. Doyle: }��  of Dykehead No. 2, % of Fife, all of  Three Bells, Christena Lake, T. N.  Forsaith to J K. Kelly; all of Easter  Lilly, Wellington camp, J. McLaren to  N. Carson and S. Tufts;one-third Jim  fraction, .Wellington ca��p, G. Cook  and D. Buchanan to W.j'W. Craig; }(  of Kipling fraction, Wellington camp,  G. Clark and j. E. McEwen to J. E.  McEwenjall of Ymir, Smelter moun  tain, L. A. Snyder to VVj M. Bennett;  one-third of Union Fraction one-third  of All Night Fraction, Sotth Wellington  camp, Edmund T. Whkwire to T.  Hemmerle; one-third if All Night,  South Wellington camp.jW. W. Craig  to T. Hemmerle.      .     ;  J. H. Wray Dies on Saturday  as a Result of Injuries.  The news of the death of John H.  Wray at noon on Saturday last was a  shock to many of his' friend':. The  few who bad learned of the accident  which had befallen hiin bad not considered it. serious.       :.  ���:,  While operating a drill in the mine  on the Thursday night previous, de-  ceased fell with his machine a distance  of 17 feet. His nose was broken and  he was otherwise injured- about the  face, hut none ofthe -wounds' appeared serious. He vas taken to the hospital and on Friday was in good spirits  and progressing favorably. "Late in tbe  evening meningitis set in, to which he  succumbed tbe following, morning.;  John H, Wray was born at Owen  Sound, Ontaro, Dec. 25th, 1879, and  came to Phoenix about three years ago.  In his death Phoenix loses one of its  most highly respected citizens. During  his residence here . he, had become  identified, with many local organizations'  and his untimely death cast a gloom  over the entire community. He leaves  a widow and two children, aged r5  months, and three years, to mourn his  loss: .    , -,'   1 .'���,': .  The funeral took place to the C.P:  R. depot on Tuesday afternoon, local  mines being shut down to allow associates of the deceased to attend. Members ef the orders of ? Masons and  Oddfelbws and Phoenix ^Miners'  Union, with which he was connected,  numbering about 300, formed a double  line from the home .to the depot  through which the remains were borne  by the pall bearers, the services being  conducted by Rev. George Strachan  of the Methodist church. Among the  floral tributes were wreaths from Snow-"  shoe. Lodge, I.G.O.F., King Edward  Lodge, A.F. and A.M., and Phoenix  Miners' Union. W. A. Pickard and  John Tait accompanied the remains to  Nelson for interment.  Boundary Side Lights  DRILLS INTO DYNAMITE.  Miner  at Shields Hits Missed   Hole and Explosion Follows.  A man named Flock, while working  at Shields, on the C.P.R., drilled into  a missed hole with the result that he  was nearly killed. Mis left eye i.s completely gone, and has other injuries  which may prove fata!. He is now in  Grand Forks hospital.  What's Happening on Marshall Lake.  The following letter to the manager  ofthe city waterworks speaks for itself:  Mr. J. L. Martin Stir I just Drop  you a few Lines to let you know what  his goen on up on the Lake the Boys  and Girls ar skating there Evry Night  an afternoon I do now think it his very  Saniteary opinj; that you well see that  it bis Stopped at once his ' that the  Lake his small and they are Spitting  all over it oping you will not take this  a miss From one of your Patrons  Good Night  Phoenix, Nov. 29.  THEY ARE NOT  BIRRED  Men Over 50 Year Old Can Vite Even If They  Do Not Pay RoadTax.  Any man who Is exenpl from tbe  payment of the road taxhas tbe liberty  of voting in municipal dections if he  possesses the other netessary qualifications.  That is the effect ol a judgement  handed out by His Honor Judge  Spinks at tlie court houeat Kamloops  recently;  Incidentally his decisim runs counter  to that of Chief Justice Hunter for it  was on the strength j( the latter's  judgement of October list, that a'nuru-  ber of names were strikiu from the list  in that city.  The judgment handd out in Victoria on October 20th 1st was to the  effect that "the act didrtoi intend that  anyone should not havta vote who had  not contributed two dolus to the city  treasury exclusive of th:sale of lands,  water rates and dog tax'  In the City of Kamloops a civic bylaw exempts all men o.'tr 50 years of  age from payment of the road tax ol  two dollars.  On the strength of the decision of  the Chid "Justine, City Clerk Garment  struck off the list tbe names of all men  over 50 years uf age. It; practically  meant that men over 50 years of age  could not vote in municipal elections  in Kamloops and n storm of protest  followed from that section ofthe vtters  effected.  J. C. T'unstall made application to  have bis name replaced on the list, and  bis application was carried before  Judge Spinks by City Clerk Carnient  After a lengthy consideration, His  Honor granted the application and  issued an ordei to replace the name on  the list. Similar app'icatkm will hi  made for those others whose names  were stricken off the list for the sanit-  reason.  Judge Spinks' decision has aroused  deep interest in legal circles.  PROGRESS OF GRAND  TRUNK PACIFIC  President   Hays'  Instructions  ,..a... 'jAre to Push7Worlc;7   ;- ���;  The recent* visit lo Prince Rupert of  r-restuciu-nuys,--CTr-rtne ij,ranQ   natik"  Pacific   railway,   and , his trip up the  Skeena for a hundred miles  taking a  look for himself as to how the work of  building the railway was getting on, has  resulted in Foley,   Welch   &   Stewart  getting orders to push the work faster.  Every   time   the  Transit   arrives   she  brings railway laborers to  Prince Ru  pert.    Most of them are Italians, and  they are forwarded to the camps along  the   Skeena   without   delay.   Fifteen  hundred to  two  thousand   more   men  are   needed,    as   for   every   hundred  brought in twenty-five to fifty quit and  go south again.    But, notwithstanding  there is now a shortage of men it   may  be stated that 30 per cent, of the work  on the first 100 miles is done.   If 30 per  cent of the work on the first 100 miles  has been done in six months, during  which time many difficulties had to be  overcome,  it   is  not  unreasonable  to  expect that 50 per cent, of the total  will   be   completed   in   the   next   six  months,   or   by    the   end   of   April,  and three  montns  more  will  see  the  grade   completed  and   tracklayers   at  work.  Seven steam shovels, so it is said,  hive been ordered rushed to Prince  Rupert, where two of them will work  where it is understood the work is now  in charge of Foley, Welch and Stewart.  Two more will be used on the south  end of Kaien island, where a half mile  fill has been made. The final location  of the line across Porpoise islands to  the mainland at Inverness, but is along  tbe south end of Kaien island and  across to the mainland over Watson  island.  Within the last month the different  engineer p:itties engaged in location  work have tied on to each ether and  the main line of tbe G.T.i'. is now  finally located across the province o  British Columbia.  ��� Martin Burrell,, M.P.j and Mrs.Bur-  rell are on a trip through the Okanagan. .   '        7 '  In a (ire drill at Grand Forks school  last week, the building was vacated in  58seconds. ���-; ,7  Rev. F. W. Ativache of ; Grand  Forks was elected secretary of the  B.C. Baptist convention in Vancouver  last week, and vice-president of'the  Western Canada convention.        '[.'"'���  The officers elected for Gateway  lodge No. 45, Independent Order .of  Oddfellows, Grand Forks, for the term  commencing January 1st, 1909, are as  follows: Walter R. Dewdriey, Noble  Grind; George S.. Henderson, Vice  Grand; George Chappie, Recording  Secretary; W. B. Bower, Permanent  Secretary; Joseph Allan, Treasurer.  A. Robinson, who last)season took  out a large quantity of ties .from, the  North Fork country, is going into'the  business stronger thanever; this'year.  He .is at present . busily; engaged in  erecting buildings and, making , other  necessary preparations for the.putting  to work of a large number of men. Hei  will cut this year iri \'.the- vicinity of  Cedar creek, and' has already a'fprce of  forty men at work. The , cut of ties  this season on the North Fork wil) far  outnumber that of the. past season;...-"..'  According to a report received from  Corby, Wash., VV. T. Beck, president  of the -.Spokane 7&, British Columbia j  railvay and Mr. McFarland passed I  through that place on Wednesday renewing the right-of-way contracts between the Columbia river and Spokane.  Mr. Beck is evidently in earnest this  time, as the options are stated to read  that the road must commence opera)  tions on or before the first of July next,  otherwise the contracts are null and  void, and that .the road will be completed from Spokane to the Columbia  river inside of two years.  OFFICIAL RETURNS  DEFERRED ELECTION  Martin Burrell's Plurality is  776; A. S. Goodeye 94J.  The official'returns given by, provincial   constituencies   in   the   deferred  elections 111 *aie-uanooi  nay are as follows:  3 ana  tvoote-  VALE CAR IllOO          j  Burrell  Rom  Buutiiig  130  3  41  ��43  ��3  407  58  Similkameen.... 16i  121  35  Okanagan  ... . 1 no  734  ro'r  162 ���'  64  207  145  ,  .2721  1945  _4��9  Plurality for Burrel  .        V                   KOOTENAY  Ooodcve   Davidson  >C��irtA��  Cranbrook..   . . .538..:���������������  131  ^495  16  !55  Fernie  .291  379  238  63  ��59  167-  -236  112  240  114  224  Slocan,,...;,.X.,^^7i7o7  11.5  77  "*.��.Ax���1Wj  -��^A5��  2920  1260  1979  Good Reports fro*. Carney Copper.  Just-before leaving for Mullan,-Ida-  ho, on Tuesday to attend the1 annual  meeting of the Carney Copper company, J. L. Martin, president, received  word from the secretary that they had  struck a foot of good ore on the - Carney property which seemed to indicate  that they were very near the main ore  body. '���   ���'���' ..-- .  '��� '- '-"'���"'". "  B.C. CURLING   ASSOCIATION  Annual   Bonspiel   to be,Held in Rossland In  January.  The annual   meeting of the British  Columbia Curling association was held  in Nelson ���on\Vednesday;r/iT':. ...,    .������  - It was decided~to.Jriold-the next an-  ���iium wHuj/tui-w.ixwaai���.j.-��� -iiic.cxacr  date was left to the executive but will  probably be the.third Week in January.-  Officers were elected as follows:  Patron, Fred A. Sharkey, Nelson;  President, H. P. McCraney, Nelson;  vice-presidents, George Hogarth, Cranbrook, E. W. Bishop, Greenwood, and  J. H. Fcx, Nelson; chaplain, Rev. J.  H. Simpson, Rossland; secretary-treasurer, R. T. Evans, Rossland; and W.  S. Rugh of Rossland, George Weir of  Trail, George McNichol of Phoenix  and J. G. Bunyan of Nelson.  Latest Prices in Metals  Nkw York���Copper, electrolytic, $14-  00 (S $14.25; lase. $14 25 @ JU4.50.  Bar Silver, 50  Lead, $4 57^ @ *4.62.  Ht>el��*r. *5 05 �� ��5.L0  Hockey Club Reorganized.  A good representation of local hockey enthusiasts were present at a,.reorganization meeting on Thursday  evening.  After discussiug the prospects for  the hockey season, which look piotnis-  ing for the local club, the following  officers were elected: President, O. B.  Smith, vice-president, Dr. McLean;  secretary-treasurer, Don Darrbw; cap-  .-..-..,��� a. . j.c.<2��^fln; . manager,'. C. H.  McAstocker.. .       ^     _  R.-Clarke,) C. HT :Mc5s"tbcKr,7T.  Collins and D. Darrow were appointed  an executive and finanre committee.  The colors of the club are green and  white. -  Mr. and Mrs. William McGiliiveray  wish, through the Pioneer, to thank  their friends for the many acts of kindness and expressions of sympathy  shown them during their recent bereavement.  . The ice in the rink is now about-  ready for skating, Messrs. Prendergast  and Ross have been making ice' all  week and a good sheet is already form)-  ed, but the rink will not likely open  till about Wednesday.  ' BOUNDARY DIVIDENDS.  %  ADTHOR-  IZBD  CAPITAL..  .   9BAHES.  DIVIDENDS.  (            NAMB OF  COMPANY.  Issued  Par  ��5  *I  Jioo  $100  is  Paid  1908  Total  to Date  Latest  Date  &mt  Per  Sh.  ICarlboo-McKinney���gold   $3 000,000  1.350,000  5,500,000  15,000,000  100,000  503,000  1,250,000  53.552  135,000  '   31,000  Jaoi.aooisept. 1907  546.837I Feb. 1904  78i,S85JNov.i907.  3.S08.630   Dec. 1908  38,>Z4|Sept. 1906  ���40  .04  i.jj  3.00  ���50  Granby Consolidated���copper.  540,000  Amateur Hockey League.  A Biitish Columbia Amateur Hoc  key League is to be formally organized  at a meeting called for Nelson on Dec.  1 7. The Nelson hockey club has th*--  project well in hand and invitations  have bi'.en extended to ihe hockey  clubs in Coleman, Moyie. Fernie, Cranbrook, Revelstoke, Vernon, Rossland,  Greenwood, Phoenix, Grand Forks  and Spokane to have representatives  present on iha.t date.  Christmas Drawing Nsar.  The Christmas spirit is already in  the air and elaborate preparations, are  being made by local stores for the  holiday season.  [The merchants have responded to  'he feelins: of bouyancy that the season  crtates and tbey have loaded the  shelves and tables and even the floor  space nf their stores with everything  tljat the season demands. They have  hiught heavily of holiday goods and  ei'eryone of the establishments is a veritable exposition of things that art  ijeautiful and sensible. It is not tot  spon to begin buying early.  -j^tHij*******.**** ����+*��&s*&*uiwkpam ��a> 9&0>m��msiwafar4W44f4*f*f+49i4f4o\  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  Dec. 5. 'oa  The followiuK  labie f(tvtfs the ore shipmeuts ol BouadHry mizies for 1900. for  igoJ, lor <  1902. for 1903, for 1904, '.or 1905,  or 1906. and 1907. as reported to the Phoenix .Pioneer���  Minx. 1900     1901       1902       1903      1904       1905 1906  1 Grauby Mines.... 64,553 231,762 309,858 393.71"  549.703   65.��.*)9   801,404  Snowshoe   f'hoeiiix Amal.  1,731    io.Soo   71,212  8,426  1907  ����3-S37  IJS.ooi  1908  968,161  35.170  245  Put  Week i  16.465  3. '40  U. C Copper C��.  ���     Mother Lode...   5.340   99.034 141,326 138,079 174.298  B.C. Mine    19.494    47.405    14.811     19.3*5      ���  A     l{mma         65��     S.S30   23,937 37.9��o  T       Orr, Oriioro      15,537 16,400  Oro Denoro.,  liouiiie Belle ,.  , Ooni. Cop. Ca...  Br'lctyn-Stcn-  , ���..  Idiiho..    Knvvhide....-   SutiHct-  S02     7,455    '5.73>  Moiiutn i  "47.576  9.4-^5  .1,007  105,900  1,488  11.804  3.177  203,321  1,713  18,274  14,481  391.134      10,277  64,1110  MO <  J4.350     55 73'  >\thcl��tau.'.....    1.20Q  Morriaou -    It. Hell   < Senator   A Urey Hot-lc   X No. 37   ��� Kcliance   4 Sulphur XIiik���  55"  I  WinilipcK   V Golden Croivn...  Kinil Solomon..  Sin Copper   So. 7 Mine   City of Paris   jewel   Riverside   Carmi   Sally   Rambler   Butcher Boy....  Duncan   Providence   Kllchorn   Strathniote   Golden Kanle...  t*re.stou   Prince Henry....  Skylark   Last Chance   K. P. U. Mine...  Bay   Mavis   Don Pedro   Crencent   Ruby   Republic .,  MlscelUineoua..  1.076  3,250  875  ��5  150  56o  f5  625  5,646  3.339  2.435  3.070  3.2SO  II  '-51  4,5��6  25,108  3.056  4,747  140,685  3.960  26,033  48,390  3.555  43.295  '2.253  64.173  3>.27o  3>.as8  649  5.78o  10,740  S.ho2  530  120  3.450  233  364  33  483  2,000    350   2,060  79  '.833  13  150  ...30  145  586  219  J25  993  400  .67  500  ;a6  525  a-��  6j  75 -3  ���aj  40  5<*>   3��  106  76  .%  1 140  40  140  30  I5  589  90  65  108     40  .........  700  30  55     60  234  30  53  3,130      3.450 ^^^            Total, tons  96,600  joo3"> 50S.B76 690,419 829,80*   W.<M 1.161.537 t .148,237 1.341.787  Smelter treatment��� ������...����,.,  Oranby Co 02,387   130,828 712.340 401.921 596,25-=  Il.C.CopperCo  :'7.��" uS.600 ita.��i3 2'o.lf-l  Dom. CopT Co r  ���r��-��      13J.57Q 30.93O  9,12 ,!l  6S7,5t(.S 828,879  !10(>30   123,740  8: 059    3l8,8l I  6i7 .&26  J*'.952  153.439  931,038  324 4'-*  22,66l'i  "8.799 I  i,!73h��3Q ',133i0,7  Total reduced.. 62,380. 348.439 46n,940 697,404 837,66 ���  '"^Vr...*.,,.., <v.  I  11  IS;"  I  ml  $\ SBit%'M|i; ki  m  mi  m  m  Si:  THE PHjQENlX PIONEER.  n  The Value & Economy of Bovril  BOVRIL is a very concentrated preparation, and contains       I  all the stimulating and flavoring qualities of beef plus the       ���  Fibrin and Albumen.  These elements give to BOVRIL its high nutritive value  and differentiate it from meat extracts.  A i lb. bottle of BOVRIL will make 50 portions of good  nourishing soup at a cost of 3#cts. a portion.  Added to soups, stews, etc. it increases their flavor and  feeding-value.  < VOUft DEALER HAS IT OR CAN OCT IT FOR YOU.  OUR COPPER CORNER  MATTERS  OK   1NTKRKST   TO   THOSE   INTERESTED   IN    THE  COPPER   MINING   INDUSTRY  I  -J  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining JounuL  to  Macao oo �����to��dat�� bv tub  FlONEER PUBLISHING CO.  AT MKHWIX, B. C.  T. ALFRED LOVE. Manaocn.   "  TiiMkau I BuaiiiaM office No. 14.  Ttlcpaoata ��� Uoamgtttlt re,��dence, No. 15.  auaacBimona in aovahcb.  P��rTaar.���......���.................. _ $��.o��  " ���������� tteMM.   i.as  Totkc (7*IU4 State*, per jre*r_.....���....._. i.50  <UNION  gifts   .  4Ht>  way  for   the  equipping  of outfits  thoroughly prospect the section.  It is interesting;to note the excite  ment such a find is creating., Had  such a volume of gold > been found in  finer particles, but little notice would  be taken of it, but coming all'in a  lump has changed the nature of the  interests. Rich finds, whether in  placer, or lode -fields, always set the  blood to tingling, and bring about  enough of the spice of romance to  make a rush certain.  There aie indications, and hot at all  infrequent, that point to the possibility  I of many more years of placer activity  in   British   Columbia.    It   won't   be  based on the nuggets  by any means,  but if nuggets lend the incentive, they  are helpful.    Dredges and giants will  take  the   place   of   individuals, and  ground that was not rich enough 10  work with pans will be a  veritable bonanza for the more powerful  mechanical, means  of extraction,    New dis  tricts will undoubtedly  come forward,  and   1 rocress   will  Determination   For Capper,  In response to numerous   requests  for the scheme  used   by   the  writer,  John W. Root in the Mining World,  for the determination of copper by the  "hypo" method, the following suggestions are presented as offering a satis  factory scheme, especially for low-grade  ores.    The scheme  is   by   no  means  new,it is not original  wi:h  the writer,  but it does not enjoy th2 general use  that it really deserves.  Proceed as usual when making copper determination, where zinc or aluminum would ordanarily be used in pre  cipitating   the   metallic   copper;   but,j  instead of using either of these elements at this  point,   put the copper  sulphate solution into a No. 4 beaker,  dilute about   half full,  put  in  glass  stirring rod, cover and bring to a boil.  While coming t>  a boil,  heat  to  boiling a solution ol 7 to 10 grains of  "hypo" in about 10c c. c. of water.  Pour the solution of "hypo" into the  copper sulphate solution, using care so  as to avoid too violent action and consequent boiling over. Boil hard till  clear. This takes 15 to 30 minutes,  the glass rod preventing bumping.  Filter through a Nd. 597 filter. The  copper sulphide being more or less  granular, the nitration is very rapid.  Wash well with hot water. Place the  filter in small porcelain cups, dry and  ignite at a  temperature just sufficient  'w*       MBC.  1908  progress will be speiied with to burn off the sulphur and consume  capital letters. One little nugget will the filter proper, gradually raising the  cause more interest and  bring  more  heat till all carbon is burned off.  It*. Baa. Tim. *���<.  n*  a,,.   �����.  >6  ��o*  ���1  \   7  1  8  fi'S  S3  *9.  9  16  *3  jo  3  to  17  ��4  3i  4  IX  18  5  13  19  ��5~ ��6  financial support than 10,000 pages of  newspaper and magazine romantic tajes  ���that, at the  best, are apt to look  weird.    ' ���   Sir Edward Ward, president of the  Union Jack Club, London,  writes to  the press expressing thanks to Canada  J for her support of the. institution.    He  jrefers'especially to Sir Hugh Graham,  / whose knighthood, it may be stated, is  ���/regarded by British   press   men  as  The Copper Market.  The brilliant rise in copper during  the  last week has excited great   enthusiasm arid has led to an old-fashioned boom in the market for the cop  per stocks.    The rise in the value of  the   metal appears to  be  legitimate,  although   assisted   by   more or  less  manipulation,    says   the   Engineering  and   Mining   Journal.    The  sales   of  copper during the latter half of October  were very large^ and most of the producers   claim  to have  sold their expected output for the remainder of the  year.    However, thsse chims must be  taken with some grains of salt.    There  has been during the lasl six  months  remarkable success in enveloping with  mystery the matter of the unsold stock  of copper.    It is hard to believe that  on October r, say, there was really no  unsold stock of copper, in view of what  was known to be on haid at the  beginning of the.year,  th< slackness  of  business during {much, of the first nine  months,   and   the   large   production.  There have been, of course, the regular  transactions which go en right along,  and there have jbeen seme periods of  very large sales, as   in;October,   but  about 100,000,000 pounds per month,  or 4,000,000 pounds eac'i business day,  must   be sold in order/to dispose of  the production  The current revival in business re-  PRAYING  Of all  kinds  proinn������i��� kk  to.   Rapid ExprZP"V"��>de<|  Transfer.   Car&lattest,8***  orders. nl   tlUD,o��H  "none ark  JAMES Q. flcKEOWN,  Dump contents of cups inio No. 3 j  beaker, nearly fill cups with nifric acid,  warm to dissolve any small particles  of copper made possibly remaining in  cup and pour onto the copper oxide in  the beaker. Heat, evaporate nearly to  dryness, and proceed as usual either  by the cyanide or iodide method.  If the following precautions are observed a very saisfactory assay will be  resumed;    Dilute wellthe copper sul  ported from many qusrters is largely  the   result   of   confidence   Since   the  .'.���-' ���'������(   -   -  election.    Undoubtedy   many orders  for goods were] held bik until after the  election, arid then cane upon the market with a rush.    There is  no ground  for the belief that thi actual improvement in business haj been in any such  ratio, or that we an going to regain  quickly the boom ttet disappeared in  1907.    Consequertly we are likely to  see a recession in the prices for  the  metals when the pesent flush of exite-  ment wears off.   Nevertheless, it can  be clearly recognised that theimprove-  ,   -    ^ . ,1  ~�� '  *..n.����n   pic��a   uicu  db  a 1 "-"1    Huuic men me copper sui-j oe clearly recognied that the imn  The Hedley Gazette recently stated'/ worthy recognition of his  services  to  pbate solution.    Add carefully the hot  ment in industn-i rnnH.HV, P.J  ���A lot of extra copies of last  week's  the empire. |"hypo" solution to the hot coooer sul -I1^���*3L T^!?* "^  Roneer -were sent to Hedley, those to |        '   E,eaped Pr���onfr Cip(Ufed.  HANDS COVERED WITH ECZEMA  AMPUTATION FEARED.BUT ZAM-BUK SAVED.  y'."For three long months I was not able to attend to my own Ij  needs; and for three weeks tbe eczema on my hands was so bad that "  1 was unable to feed myself. I bad to be fed as one feed* a baby,  because 1 could not hold knife, fork, spoon, or cup." So says Miss  Violet McScrley, of 75, Core Street, Sault Ste. Marie, In telling bow  Zam-Buk cured her ol eczema. She adds: "Hands, wrists and arms up  to the elbowswero covered with eczema. The itching and the soreness were  nigh unbearable. As the disease developed, the skin actually peeled off  leaving raw [sores. The,palms, fingers, backs of my hands and wrists  were all in i this shocking state, and I was forced to sit. in agony-  all the while!" 0.  "Thi raw sores were soon in a foul condition, and my finger nails, all  except two, fell off. Daring the different stages of my trouble, L sought  the advite of three different doctors and received treatment, but although  getting slight relief at first there was no cure. Amputation was at one  time thought necessary but the timely introduction of Zam-Buk prevented  tkia fearful ending:"  ".Zam-biik' was recommended by a friend and we bought a supply.  The first few applications gave me a little ease, but it was not until I had  continued with it for some time that I felt a decided improvement. .  Afteri that my cure went on quickly. Zam-Buk did what everything  else had failed to do. Now, my hands.and arms are quite freed from the  terrible eczema."  Are you suffering from akin disease?   If so, take Miss McSorley's  advice aadtry Zam-Buk.  ROBT. CARSON,0-^  All kinds 0/ light and hZ^~Zr  Promptly attended to; Miners' dr'l  ing a specialty.        .������.. .    .    . y>  '    ,:    ���  ���'.    ' ,���'   -     . ��� ,      PHONE u44 '  a. s7Ttood!  Bank Block, Phoenix, ri,c  SHAVING PARLORS  AND     BATHROOM.  -Vt-xl poor to McKnc Bro��  Knot. Hill Av.nue PHOENIX, A. Q  I  Ann-it.       ... -. > _ ���  LOWER   TOWN.  FOR   AN   EASY   SHAVE  AND STYLISH HAIRCUT  BATHS    in  CONNECTION  PHOENIX    LODGE  s. H. and E, f., NM7,  . Meets'every, WKDNWDaY'KvinlnR- |���  Scandln.-I.,, Han, old Irou��l<l�� ���taVr  Visiting brethren cordially weK-ome.  KP. FI'RNSTKOM, Prciia-nl.  A. O. JOHNSTOV, Klu. j.ey.  PHOENIX NEST ������->   08DER OF OWLS.  tbaie  .,A.A  with  Liberals,    those- to    Labor    'men,  to    Conservatives,"    together  -several     other    contemptible!  and   malicious   'statements!  wfeeki ago. the i-pJew���. -����i��nco- evci>  wonLof it^a�����false.    Last week the  Gazktte   says it is still r unconvinced,  hasiinrestigated-and ^believes the facts  are. practically, as stated,-:butf having  howled itself sick in the .open itJ now  skulks in, behind therpostoffice department with the following woeful-yelp:  -"���-'SNow^if'itheiPioneer is not; guilty,  tUetr^ome postmaster between Phoenix  anrl Hedley ^isguilty, arid if the Pioneer  would rather have it that way and'will  say(plainly,that those,inclosures must  fcave ] been- inserted after the bundle  wentjout.bi the proprietor's possession,  we wiltji^ce'p't'it:,. but if,he will insist  tfiatno.copies of the Pioneer were given  but from the" post office here ^except  those enumerated by   himf'we "will  accent nothing fromhim, for we know  j This is'the Gazette"s7feeble .and ria-  thetic reply to .the Pioneer's challenge  to -produce-one-single-copy of-.the  f ioniser, that had been sent to Hedley,  bttier than'those, stated in our issue of  , JSso yaeU&s agof   After shooting off its  whole artillery 1 of partisan   fireworks  with foul accusations and insinuations  about tbe Pioneer,  the Gazette now  tarns its editorial 1 spite on  the  post  office department in an attempt to  justify its wild statements���not one of  which it can-prove, _ not- Jone ���*does; it  attempt to prove.  It is unnecessary for the Pioneer to  to say that '.this reflection on the post-  rjffice department is equally foundation-  less ;"any intelligent reader can see  through the - Gazette's flimsy attempt  at extricating itself from the untenable  position it finds itself in through misrepresentation  ' If there is no law on the statute  tiboka to prevent irresponsible characters from printing such fabulous parti  zan-inspired statements, the sooner it  iH placed there the better.  The discovery of a geld nugget  weighing half a pound In the New-  nooka district is making mining interests sit up and absorb some atten-|  After a stubborn chase  lasting up  wards of five months, during which the  ���, officers of the law met many obstacles  Two j Pierre Dennis,, the prisoner who escap  rvcrv I ea from   1,.^ ^l^iuci;<irrJ5oa��~_"r-^)UiJC  last, was captured5 at; Sidley, a small  frontier-point, last-week. He was  arrested by J. Burnbury, but not until  the latter found it-necessary to employ  a rather clever ruse to lure Dennis from  his hiding place.  6. C, Dsukhobor Colsny.  The Doukhobor society at Waterloo,  hear Nelson, have their sawmill now  in operation and" houses are being  erected co be ready for an additional  1000 settlers-to arrive from Saskatch-  |wan. There is a postoffice at the  settlement, the name being Brilliant,  and mail leaving and being received  three times a week. The residence of  the society will be on the' first bench  back from,the river. The houses will  all have'stbhe foundations, and will be  heated with hot water and will have  modem plumbing. Each house is  designed to bold about three families.  They use a traction engine for hauling  logs to their mill.  ' A F��rrser!i Want Supplied.  Some farmers are under the impression that they must have a purely agricultural paper to  supply  agricultural  information,   but  they   overlook   the  fact that there is a Canadian  publication that not only furnishes  the most  reliable information pertaining  to the  farm, but at the same  time  furnishes  them with  a   newspaper   giving   the  news of the  world  and  a   magazine  every week as   good   as any  of the  English   or   American   magazines   in  quality or quantity of good wholesome'  family reading.    The paper alluded to  is  The Family  Herald and   Weekly  Star of Montreal, which costs but one  dollar a year and is the greatest value  to be had.    It is a weekly newspaper  family.: magazine and agricultural paper  combined���all three in  one���and if  any farmer after giving it a trial does  not think it is the best  value 'oh "the  market he can have his money  back.  11 ,,     , ,.     ^ '.���,'.   ,  ........ wuuiuuus, nocicea  hypo solution to the hot copper sul- several'months>g6, is gaining steadily  phate soIut.on. Boil hard till clear/although still slowly, and there fs  Dry thoroughly before igniting, and reason to expect that in 1900 business  ignite at as low a heat as possible, so as will recover its normal activity An  not^ to fuse the native, sulphur, but, encouraging feature__of the present  instead, burn down to clean, dry resi- situation is the buying of metals by  'UThef1?eTt^Lnfa-^;f%u       -u      ���' l��ir�� "manufacturer in.'an��i.*n-'.:JL 1*  Is th. i        r g ,"    eme*  g0��d buS,De" w,th consumers sooner  \. the complete precipitation of copper,   or later in the coming year  Zam-Buk cures eczema, ulcere, piles, bad lejf. ringworm,  festering sores, cuts, bruises, burns, stiffness, {poisoned wounds  01 all kinds, pimples, face and lip sores, bed sores, diseased  ankles, and all Itching, irritation, and Inflammation. Of all  druggists and stores, 50 cents, a box, or from Zam-Buk Co.,  Toronto, for same price. lief use all cheap and worthless  substitutes of the u just as good " type.  FREE TRIAL BOX  Send this coupon and  a lc i-tantp to Zam-Buk  Co��� Toronto, and *.  dainty trial box of  Zam-Buk will be mailed you.  MeeU every Thursday Rvri  INO, Hi Miners' Union Hill.  Cordial Welcome toBi-tlhun. VUlUng  DAVID  OXLEY,   P����ld��it.  .WM.LOUTTlT,  Secretary  �����    KingEdward Lodge, No.3��  A. F. ami A. M. '-  R<f(ulMr communication B p. in, S'<  ond Thursday of e��ch month.  Kmergent mtetlngs aicalled:M��0Di<  Hall, McRsle Block. >  V. M.SHERBINO,  Secreurv.  T. RODKRICK.  > W.M.  am  Fruit PrafiU Lower.  Although the fruit crop throughout  the Okanagan Valley has been much  larger than in previous years it is  claimed by many fruit growers that  their, profits will not be nearly as large  and two reasons are given. One is  that the price quoted for fruit is not  high enough, and the other that the  railways are exacting too high a tariff  for transportation.  Weraloat II Blizzard.  Messrs. W. F. McNeill, H. H.  Claudet and E. Hibbert of Rossland  had an uncomfortable and trying adventure on Thursday and Friday last,  as they were lost in the woods during  a dense fog, a blinding snow and wind  storm for several-hours. They left  Rossland on horseback at 8 o'clock on  Thursday morning last for the purpose  of examining some properties 16 miles  north of this city.  Butter's Philosophy.���Lll  Resolved, that lassoing is all right  in the right.time and place. But the  trouble with is is that we do things  out of time and- out of season, then  wonder why they do not succeed. If  a man wants to be good, let him be  good when seme poor cuss needs help  and kindness. That business of putting on your best clothes and going to  church on Sunday isn't bang good.  Being good i> knocking off tbe interest,  reducing the rent, or rasing salaries.  A kind wordlto the agent.af your door  is better than giving a stained glass  window. Co aie, lets think; the pomp  of a prelate vill look like thirty cents  in heaven.  Hotel  The Only First-Class and Up-To-  Date Hotel in Phoenix; New  from cellar to roof. Best Sample  Rooms in the Boundary, Opposite  G.N. Depot. Modern Bathrooms  Steam   ��**    Heated  JAMES flARSHALL, Prop  -X.O.O.-JF.  SNOWSHOK LOOGK NO. .1  MeeU every Monday ftvenlnc  at Miners'1U1  Visiting brethren cordially invited.  W. A. PtCKAKD Noble Grind.  W. K. Hi slop, Record. Sec>.  T. A. LOVK, Per, Finan. Secy.  PHOEMS -raisiiMtS   .MX'-liW  Meets in UnionHall  Tuesday evening..  Vlniliiig '  brothr ���  alwaya.wtl-oni'.  1   Wrik, W. P.  C McAstockicr  W. Set  K.ofP.LOD(;E,No,28   PHOENIX, B.C   Meets every TuEsn.n-  Evkkino     :    :  Sojourning Brothc'i Cordis ly  , Welcoroe<l.        :  R. H. MCCBACKKN.    ic. of a. s.  F.C GRAHAM. O.C  Phoenlr Railway Timetable  2.20  p.m.  If Foil Head This  1  It will be to learc that the leading medical writers and teachers of all the severil  schools of practice recommend, in  tlie  strongest terms possible, each and. every  Ingredient entering into the composition  of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery  for the cure of weak stomach, dyspepsia,  catarrh of stomach, "liver complaint,"  torpid liver, or biliousness, chronic bowel  affections, and all catarrhal diseases of  whatever region, namo or nature,   ft ii  also a specific remedy for all snch chronic  or long standing cases of catarrhal affections and their resultants, as bronchial,  throat and lung disease (except consumption) accompanied with severe conghs.  It  Is not so good for acute colds and coughs,  but for lingering, or chronic ca��2s ft is  especially efficacious in producing perfect enrca. It contains Black Cherrybark,  Golden Seal root, Bloodroot, Stono root.  Mandrake root and Queen's root���all of  which are highly praised as remedies for  all the above mentioned affection* by such  eminent medical writers and teachers as  Prof. Bartholow, of^JeffersonMedv'College: Prof. Hare^trf the Univ. of /Pa.j  Prof. Flnley-fiHtngwood, M. D., of (Bennett Med. College, Chicago; Prof. John  King, M. IT, of Cincinnati; Prof. /John  M. ScudderrM. D.. of Cinclnnitl; /Prof.  ' C.  p.   R.  Leaves for Eholt and Nelson,  Arrives     ..  ������    50�� p.m.  GRUT  NORTIfERN.  Leaves for G*nd Forks and  Spokane o ������  A   ��� ��� "    ��-55 a.m.  Arrives    .. a-  6.30 p.m.  leading Hoel of Boundary's Loading  Blnlnij Camp .  ^NrilUAL  Hew and Dp-to-date  . Centrally Located,  Good Sample Rooms.  Corner Knob Hill Ave . and Pint 81.  PHOENIX,  B.C  J. A  MoMASTER  Proprietor.  l����i��'r*AiWiit��*#a^i  Excursions  Eastcp Canada     G^awood Stagfe Li U e  MINERAL ACT.  Form V.  Certificate ef Improvemeaii.  NOTICE.  "Nnuiher  One," "Number Two" ami  "No. 3" Mineral Claims, situate in tin;  Greenwood   Mining   Division   of  Yale  District.  Where located���In Greenwoo-.l ramp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Isaac H. H��l-  lett, Free Miner's Certificate No. B14KKI  for  myself,   and   as   agent   for  James  Moran,   Free   Miner's   Certificate   N".  B14001, Murdock Mclntyre, Free Miner'*  Certificate     No.    B 319J8,   aixi    Alexander McDonald,Free Miner'aCertifieai"  No. B15495. intend, sixty dayb from <lai��  hereof, to apply to the Mining Retordir  for Certificates'of Improvements, for tli��  purpose of obtaining  Crown   Grantfl of  the above claims. v  And.further take notice that action,  under section 37, must he commence'!  liefore the issuance of such Certificate of  Improvements.  Dated this second day of Novi-ntber,  A.D.. 1908.  7     I. H. HALLKTT.  tion.    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BOWSERMDENTIST'S  Wife Tells of Case of Toothache  and How It Was Relieved.  HEAD OF HOUSE A SCOFFER.  That Is, Until He Had Trouble With  His Molars and Had to Seek Medical  , Help In Order to Relieve His Suffer-"  ings.  tCopyrieht, 1908, by T. C. McClure.]  I had been-suffering wltb toothaclu*  for a couple of days before Mr. Bowser  became uware of the fact. Knowing  'how he would "perform," I'did iiiy li'ost'  to conceal the matter, but after'hiiyina  Buffered such piiin all night that I could  not close my eyes In sleep I liatl to toll  him that I must pay a visit to the den  tist,  "Oh, you must go to tbe dentist, eh'!"  he queried. "Been out wutiing In a  mud puddle in your bare feet! Well.  (What did you expect?"  "You know  I have done nothing of;  the kind,' Mr. Bowser.   In golng^'to the  butcher shop the other day I forgot,'iiiy'.  rubbers and probably got my feet a little damp."  -   "A little damp!    you probably got'ein  ���caking wet!  That's like-a', woman���to  forget   her   rubbers   and   go   s'ti'ollliig'  about in ii shower.   By thunder;'Mrs. .  Bowser, but how you have ninnuged to  live as long as you have beats me!"'-������';  "But isn't everybody liable to b'n'vt'  toothache?" Tasked.  ���   "No. ma'am, everybody Isn't.   For in ,  "OBP. WHIZ I    JEMUM'!"  stance, I never bad It in my whole life.  Only people without brains enough to  take care of themselves have such ailments. Well, don't look for any sympathy from me. On the contrary, I hope  the dentist will gouge and file and  probe and hurt as much ns he can. No  use crying around about it; but get on  lyour hat and go through with it."  "Do you think he'll have to pull It?"  VOf course, and It will . hurt like  blazes."  "And' yo�� -w��.'*--ol"3���^.��jtx"~-gv��     inui-  -me?"  "I'd like to see myself!"  "But   may   I   telephone   you   about  Boon?"  "No. ma'am, you mayn't. If the dentist pulls your head off, 1 shall find it  out when I get home, and that will be  time enough. No woman that forgets  her rubbers when Ifs raining cats and  dogs deserves any sympathy. If you  are crying around fills' evening, don't  ��xpect me to put myself, out In the  least Forgot your rubbers!: Humph!"  With that he was'gbne, and I took  my sorrowful way to the dentist He  found a cavity and had it plugged with  cotton batting In ten minutes, and the  ache soon disappeared." - When Mr.  Bowser came home at night I bad quite  recovered my .'spirits. I started to tell  him all about the cure, but be waved  his band and interrupted:.  "I don't:I want to hear about it It  won't be oiver-a-iweek before you will  be sitting on;a.:cliunk of ice or doing  some other, silly thing and have to go  through with it again. A man learns  by experience; a "woman must have  her neck broken to get sense into her  head."       \ "���"������  Mr. Bowser's words" may. look brutal  In cold print, but I know-that he didn't  really nieaii  them that way. . I didn't  hope for revenge, bu��) it-, came to. me:  Just the same, aud only "a' night or two  later.    He vhad been out fussing with  the drain in the back yard and got his  feet damp.   Two hours later as we sat  reading  he. gave a  sudden  start and  carried his hand to hisjaw.  "Did youbite your tongue?" Tasked.  "Why don't you ask' if I have bitten  my big toe?" bo domauded. .  "But you-gsive such a sudden start."  "Can't n |man give sudden starts in  bis own bouse if lie wants to?"  She .CincilcdXamphor.  Then   he  slipped   upstairs  and   wns  tone ton nilnutes, and when ho came  down  I  smclled c��mphoron his breath.  I 8uspecte(i*nieiffhat one of his teeth  had gi^cu ji'lnV a twist    He sat down  and tried  to got  very  busy   with  tbe  newspaper.' but after about five  minutes  he   was   fairly  lifted  out  of  bis  chair and almost uttered a wanvboop.  "Mr.  Bowser, have you sat down on  a tnck or what?" I asked.  "Gee   whiz!    .Icinimy!"  ho  groaned.  With ills hand pressing bis jaw.  "You've got tbe toothache!"  "I���I deny it!"  "You went out in that wet yard and  ���worked at that old drain without your  rubbers on, and toothache is the result.  That's the way with a man. How you  have lived to your present age Is a puz-  lalo to nie."  He had opened his mouth to deny If  lwan  toothache  when  another "jump"  latruok htm and drew his heels off tho  floor.   It wns no use to try to deceive  any longer.   I had to lead hl��i over to  the lounge and assist him to lie down,  and by that time his groans sounded  like n horse In .its dying agonies.  During tho next half hour-  He asked for camphor.  He usked for peppermint.  He asked for wintergreen.  He asked for arnica.  He wanted hot salt.  He wanted hot ashes.  "Well, you are In for it," 1 said as  none of tire remedies did any good.  "If  you had had your rubbers on, you see-  But you didu't have.    You just went  Echini!- out tiusce ami botmJWU at .  tuem.   il' you live until  morning you  will have to go to the dentist's."  "But I'll live, won't I?" be asked in  a pitiful voice..  "Possibly, but when the toothache  seizes a man like you 'hat's never had  It before it soes hard wltb him. nUye  you anything on your conscience that  you wish to confess, Mr. Bowser?"  "Confession be hanged!" he roared  as he drew up his legs. "Mrs. Bowser,  can you stand by and see me suffer-the  way ] do and not move a fluger?"  J'You'II have to do as I did, dear. lot  me see your tooth." ..  "Never! Never in this world!"  "Well, you'll have to stand it some  way until morning. I, think it's an old  root and will have to be dug out, bu(  the digging 'down Into your jaw' won'i  hurt much. Even -if.lt hurts ever so  bad you won't bother ine about it. 1  have my. work to do and can't bollu-i-  with a ;;.husband careless' enough to  leave his rubbers behind.";.  From thence until"bedtime Mi', Bowser groaned. '"���"���'��� 7 ���-v-  '-''���7:'''  Now and then be cursed. ' ... -Ik'    - 7,  Once I caught him repeating some  thing like the Lord's Prayer. '. 7:  Did Not Sleep a Wink.     7  Once also the "jumps" left; biiii fo:  about two minutes, and he was begin  nlng; to get chesty7\vhen   tbey  cant'  back, and   almost   twisted    lils'fu.c  around to the back of his neck.    ���     '  ���   Not  a   wink  did   either  one  of   us  sleep that .night   Nothing I could try  had any beneficial effect   When tuoi-ii  Ing came at last I suggested ti  call  'upon the 'dentist wiUiqut logs of, I line,  but Miv Bowser groaned'"out: >   ���"  "Never!    If I am toddle, it  will  be-  right-here!"   '���'��� ;'���������''  Two hours later he said be would go  if I would go with him, but it was two  more before I got him out of the house  Then  he  wanted  to' walk around  the  block and to go back home and  wait  an  hour longer and to put it-off till  next week,    if a gang of boys uudn'i  followed   us, grinning and  chuckling,  he would surely have got away from  me.   He was finally landed in the deu  tist's chair, and  by iny  holding  both  his bands and calling him honey tnitl  dear   he   was   induced   to   open   Ii is  mouth.     The   dentist  said   it   was   a  mere nothing and then seized a double  tooth in.his forceps and yanked it oui  Mr. Bowser's yells continued for three  minutes and  then  died  away, and  in  ten   we  were  homeward   bound.     He  was quiet and humble until we .entered  the house, and then he turned  to me  with:   ''"������'... ��� ;  "Mrs. Bowser, let this be an objec-i  lesson to you."  "What do you mean?"  "Why, if ever you have tbe tooth  ache again don't suffer a minute. Walk  right to a dentist and have it out and  over with and without any fuss, as I  did." -    . M. QUAD.  Rocky.  Mr. Wiggins, in his study! was endeavoring to concentrate his thought  upon a bit of writing. A perpetual  noise in the flat above annoyed him beyond human endurance. Rushing into  the sitting.room, tie.cried: ;-:'. 'i-  ��� "What is that confounded racket?" '::  "My dear, it Is only the lady above  JNES TO MY GROWING SON.  you  Stop,pulling father's papers round.  Don't pick holes with his pens,  And please remember not to drink  Your vei-sifyihg daddy's Ink; '  It costs him many yens.  Now,   come,   give   dad   that   book  found  Before you have lt all unbound.  Stop playing with that match, my dear.  <Yes; I've no doubt It burns.)  Now, why should daddy buy, you meat  If you forever try to eat  The small change that he earns?  You needn't cry und think it queer  When that shoe button hurts your ear.  'Cause you can't eat the gravel walk  Don't bite your nurse's, arm.  She'd let you eat It, but she feels  That lt might spoil your other meals  And do your tummy harm.  And really,  son,  papa must balk;  You've marked the whole house up with  chalk. ,"  You will lift pussy by the foot;  No wonder you got scratched.  Don't fall downstairs; you'll break your  less.- .-.���'     r'-,  And don't play ball with fresh laid eggs.  Or how. can they get hatched?  If in the grate,your head you put,  Of course your hair gets full of soot  ENVOY.  ' Wherever, you're going,  Come right back nowl"  Whatever you're blowing,  ''������Do stop that row!  Whatever you're drinking .--..���.  "Will make you slokl  Whatever you're thinking.  Forget it, quick!  Whatever you've found to play with,  .      '., Drop It!  In short, whatever you're doing,  STOP ITI ,,;  ���Julian Street'In Century.  ,  Rain From Father's Head.  A bright little boy of two summers  was' unconcernedly playing near his  father, wbo was laboriously occupied  with a difficult task which caused big  heads of perspiration to drop from his  forehead. Presently the lad ceased his  play. Looking at bis parent doubtfully  U moment, be ran swiftly to.his mother and, assuming a pained expression,  pointed to his father, saying plaintively: "Oo, mamma, see!' Poo' papa head  yainin'!"���New York Press.  Woman's Way.  are   you    looking  so  glum  fiancee -has   changed   her  "What  about?"  "Oh,   my  mind."  "Still worrying over that? It was  fully a month ago since you told. me  she bad broken off the engagement."  "Oh. it's beeu on and off again twice  since then!"��� Catholic Standard, and  Times. '  Lucky Girl!  .'"Kor., hen von'o-w.^ -..'-���-��~��~~:  her to use smaller rocks!"���Judge.  Still Had Hopes.  "Say," queried the wise guy, "don't  you ever get discouraged in trying to  get something for nothing?"  "Naw," replied the granger, who hud  just invested ��� In his twenty-third gold  brick. "I've noticed th' other feller  allers gits his that way, an' mebby.iu  th' course uv time" I'll be th' other  feller."���Detroit Tribune.  "I understand you were rescued from  the surf four times last season."  "Yes; there, was such a stunning lot  of oieu her���>,��ypu knowA'TtBrow.ning's  Magazlnur ---������:-���.- - --���:-;  Accounting For the. Size.  "Do you remember that bat you sold  me yesterday afternoon?" said tbe man  entering the bat store.  "Very well, sir,'; replied the clerk. ���  "Well, when I got home I found it  too small for me."  "I suppose you didn't get home until  morning."���Yonkers Statesman.  Chesty.  ,irrii----i.;~- ���-    iy,. iu^. ���m, ������-������   -'���- -  " 'The rn'lUTn lady;removed her hat  "I wau't ihy "photograph to show me  just as I am," she. said....  "Ob, madam, you greatly disappoint  me!" crietl the artist. ���.  "What's the matter?"  "I wanted to put your photo in my  outside showcase."  There wns no trouble after that���  Cleveland Plain Dealer-  rHEIR HOPE,  THE PEOPLE  Muskbka's Brave Battle for Needy  Consumptives.  Kind Lady���I've a little boy about  your size I'd like you to meet.  Kid.Kerrigan (sixty-five pouud champion)���Aw, I ain't meetiu' no unknowns. Let hi!i) go git a reppetation!  ���New York World.  A College Education.  "Now that your sou's in college, I  suppose he'll be getting exclusive: he'll  bo getting Into the Four Hundred."  "Olf.-lie's--h1dre exclusive than thar!  He's on the nine already."-Philadelphia' PlWK  A  aerlse of superiority.  "Alexander the Great conquered the  entire world."  "Yes," answered Mr. Dustlu Stax,  "be conquered it, but some of us moderns could have shown him a thing or  two about making it pay dividends."���  Washington Star.  Saved the Dishes.  Husband���But why did you dismiss  the cook this morning when the  Higgses arc comlug to dinner tonight?  Wife���Because at 11 a. m. we had  only exactly enough dishes left to sot  tbe table.���Judge.  Sea Serpent Days.  Tho polar bear days seem quite cheery  When viewed from a fireside so bright;  Tho days of the ground hog are dreary  If his" shadow  is not seen  aright.  Tho robin's nielorllntis play day  Is surely deserving of prnlse,  But tlie world isn't quite In its heyday  TIM  It gets round to sea serpent days.  It's then that the waves are n-shlmmer  At night 'neatli  the moon's silver glotv;  It's then that the slurs gayly gllmmrr;  It's then Hint the hreezc whispers low.  In this season of mystical glory  You full Into ei'.'fliilous ways.  Believing most any old  story  Thev tell you In sea serpent days.  ���Washington 83nK  It is poor consolation to needy consumptives to say that the Government  should make provision for the thousands who suffer 'and die from tuberculosis in Canada every year.  The Government should do a great  deal more than they have yet dreamed  of doing. But they are not doing it,  aud in the meantime twelve thousand  die annually in tbe Dominion, from  this dread disease.  As the situation is to-day, what  would be the fate of many consumptives in Canada were it not for the two  Hoiues'for Consumptives in Muskoka  that during tlie past eleven years,  against, many odds, have eared for  upwards of three thousand patients in  tlie earlier stages of the disease,  whilst in the two sister institutions,  on the banks of the Htunber, those in  the more advanced stages are treated.  This work in Muskoka is one of pure  philan'thinpy. -From the day the first  patient was admitted to the Muskoka  Free Hospital for Consumptives in  April, 1002, not a single applicant hits  over been refused admission because of  his or her inability to pay.  The Government contribute $1.50  per week per patient. Tlie cost of  maintenance is $0.25 a week.' The  difference in the cost of maintenance  of all-needy patients has through these  years been made up by private philanthropy.  Tlie Secretary-Treasurer of the  Association, Mr. J. S. Robertson, 8-17  King ytreot West, Toronto, writes ns  that, with the financial depression of  the past year, the funds of the Muskoka  Free Hospital for Consumptives have  suffered greatly. At the commence-  ment of the winter season the Trustees  have to face a heavily overdrawn bank  account and have many obligations to  meet.  Despite these financial worries every  applicant, is receiving careful consideration and patients are admitted as  promptly as beds are mad'1 vacant.-  All throiigh-the.se years the institution lias been inaintaineil. not by any  rich endowment, for such does not  exist, hut by the generous contributions  of tho masses of the people���the small  snins rather ilia ii Ihe largo ones.  We frankly say I hat we do not know,  in our experience, of a more worthy  and deserving charity, and our hope is  that tin; readers of these lines will  respond to the appeal that is now made  for funds for tho Muskoka Free Hospital for Consumptives.  Contributions may lie sent to Mr. W.  .T. Gage. 81 Spadina Ave., Chairman of  lite Kxoeutivo Committee, or to .1. S.  Kobertson, Secretary-Treasurer of the  National .Sanitarium Association, 317  King Slreeb West, Toronto, Ontario.  Ijpmor and Philosophy  By   DUNCAN  M.  SMITH  KEEP  IT  UP.  Look pleasant when the picture gun  Is pointed at your face  And when the kind photographer  lias everything in place.  And should you want to keep It up  It would not bo a crime  To can your,frowning features and  Look pleasant aU the time.  Why,should you all the livelong day  Appear as one who had  4 grouch Bgainst your fellow men  -��� Or something quite as bad  Vnd when you tell the picture man 7  To make;your photograph.  Try to look pleasant for about  A minute and a half?      -     _  'Tis not so hard to keep It up  As you  perhaps might fear.  A little practice and your frown  Will, straightway  disappear.   -������  And if in place of It a wreath  Of playful smiles Is found  That's where you'll fool  the snapshot  .'. man     -'���   ��� .  Should  he be snooping round.  So do not valt .till you are dragged  Into the >lclure place  And sit before the camera  To softer, down your face.  Look pleasjn't when you're feeling fine  Andwhet the skies are blue,  And then 'perhaps a pretty girl,  Will male sheep's eyes at you.  Not For Childish  Ears.  "Children,     go  out of the room  Immediately and  close the door."  "What for?"  "Your      fathui  has just lost his  collar button under the bureau."  WAS  THE  PRIZE   PRISONER.  Convict Proud of Fact He Was In Fot  Twenty Years.  "I bad been visiting the capital of a  western state," said the man wiili the  horseshoe pin, "and after a stay ol  four, days was at tbe depot to take uij  departure. I had noticed two men in  prison uniform unloading furniture  from a wagon near by, and presently  one of them came up to me and asked.  "'Well, stranger, - been visiting our  city?'  "'Yes.'  "���How do you like it?*  "'It's a fine town.'  "'You bet!   Seen all the sightsV  " 'I think so.' * ,  "'Been through the state prison?',7  "'Well, no. That was one of the  sights I, did not take In. .L meant to  go. but didn't have time.'  "'I thought that might be the case,  the convict remarked, 'and so I tlinug.:  I'd   show   myself.     The   prison   itself  don't amount to any  more than  an.\'  other prison, but I'm the big thing in  It.' ���   . ' ' .    ;  " 'You mean'���  "'I mean that I'm in for thirty years  for stealing a. drove of 200., bogs and  have got twenty years yet-to serve,'  "And he took a chew of tobacco;  swelled out his chest and7 walked  around, and I really felt that I .was  small potatoes beside such a grem  man."���Philadelphia Press.  The Call to Action.  Beyond; are the meadows hazy.  T)ie lakes lie soft between. ''  (3n this i side nods the daisy   .".  " And bravely waves the green.  A bird Is softly chanting.  And  through  the evening shade,.  The'sunbeams now are slanting:  Tho day's long debt  Is paid.  Ah,, dear is the lake's soft sounding  And sweet is the voice of love,  Put tho world's loud clangor's pounding  Around, about, above.  And 1 loose the arms' soft clasping,  And I kiss the lips that cling.  Unloose me from their hasping  And into the turmoil swing.    .  A Mormon's Wife.  A Mormon's wife, coming down  stairs one morning, met tlie physician  who was attending her husband ; "I;  he very 111?" she asked anxiously. "He  is." replied the physician. "1 fear ih.-ii  the end is not far off." "Do you  think," she asked hesitatingly���"do you  think it proper;that 1 should be at his  bedside during his last moments?'  "Yes. But 1 advise you to hurry'  madam. The best places are already  being taken."  What He Would Do.   .  When the late" Francois Coppee was  elected   to   the  academy' he   told   his  friend  Theodore de  Danville.; that   be  Wished  he  were in too.    Banyllle, do  clined to canvass.   "Suppose'your uoin  (nation  were brought to you one tine  morning on a silver salver."  ."I don't  know what I should do with tbe nomination," said Banville, "but 1 should  certainly keep the salver."  Eye Tonic.    .'  " "She admits that she was blinded by  love and for a time thought be was her  (deal of a man."    -  "What opened her eyes?"  "A report from Bradstreet's that her  very considerate big brother brought  home."  PERT   PARAGRAPHS.  It is easy to laugh at misfortune until  XmhQJKfron%?"'"0''>ili��l introduction,-TV-hoc*  It   begins  to "ft-;���  .��--- ����  Impertinence. ; '  A wash board and tub associated  with plenty of water are excellent appliances for physical development if  you have the nerve to suggest it to  your wife.  It Is easy to pick out the artistic  value and tbe joy of labor while sitting in the shade, provided the labor  appertains to some one else.  Some people are curious because they  want to know, and'others are because  they want you to know.  Some girls go to church just to show  that some young-man attends occasionally.  When a woman annouuees that her  husband is the best man that ever was  she is about to pick some flaws in hira  A girl's excuse for flirting is that she  fears that she might think'herself in  love if sho didn't.  The real joy of the grandparents  lies in the reflections that they don't  have to discipline the youngsters, no  matter bow breachy they get.  _ i  It isn't always that a man, who has  plenty of money is an authority upon  the best disinfectants. Some of them  prefer It without.  No Time to Lose.  "What!" exclaimed the first summer  girl in a tone redolent with surprise  "You don't mean to say you became  engaged to that young man within  three hours after being introduced?"  "That's exactly what I said," replied  summer girl No. 2. "I'm going to make  a record this season and can't afford  to devote any more time than that to  one man."���Chicago News.  The Brute.  Magistrate���You say that yeur husband ill treated you terribly and theu  ran away. Can you give us any clews  that will assist us to recapture bitnV  Wife���Oh, yes, sir! Here is a lock  of his hair which I pulled out during  our discussion last night  Oyster   cocktails   at   the   Brooklyn  bar���oysters  fresh daily.  When vacation bills are all pit Id  Christ inns will loom large on tbe hori-  r.nn and .Santa C'laus will be speakbg  with  a   loud.   Insistent  voice.  Don't lay by any trouble for yotr-  self. Unlike canned fruit and otlvr  earthly treasures, its keeping qualitUs  are good j  Old bachelors dorl't marry because  they get slage friglit every time they  think of It. :  To most men the one woman is the  woman who can innke a one dollar bill  go furthest and  work the hardest  Not For Him.  "In the third act," said the author  who was explaining the plot for a new  play, "the hero���that's you���becomes  morose and proceeds to trample on all  the ties of friendship and"���  "Say," interrupted the would be star,  "cut that out I don't propose to do  any tie tramping. It's too suggestive."  ���Detroit Tribune.  As Defined.  . Pat���Oi saw in tb' pa-per somethin'  about a felly thot wor afthar bein  blase, Pbwat's tb' meanin' of blase  Oi dunno?  Mike���Blase do be th' feel In' thot  comes t' a man afther he gits so la-/.\  thot loafin' is hard wor-ruk, Oi'm  thinkiu'.���St. Louis Post-Dispatch.  Water!  "How did that No. 7 furnace happen  to go out? No excuses, now!" bellow  ed the hades bead stoker.  "We threw iu a high financier." the  Imp explained, "aud neglected to take  out of his pocket a bunch of stock that  he had."���Puck.  Similarity.  "Airships and courtships are much  alike," sighed the jilted suitor.  "In what way?" asked Ills friend.  "Why, just as you get then sailing  along smoothly you are dropped without notice."���Cleveland Plain Dealer.  No  Huggers.  Pearl���lt says here that after the  baseball season is over the pitchers  can hardly use their arms.  Ruby���Gracious! They wouldn't he  much use around n summer resort,  would they?���Houston Post.  Quite the Opposite.  "That sign seems queer���'headquarters for !?3 pants.' "  "What's queer about lt?"  "Well. I though! pants were designed  for oilier quarters."���Smart Set.  A  Son  All   Right.  .   BUI���Did   ymi   say   that   follow   Is a  brawny bom of toll?  Jill-Yes; his f.-iiher does the tolling  ���Yonkers Statesman.  The Way Out of It. j  Amateur Dressmaker���This skirt Is a  groat trouble to me. There Is hot  enough stuff for tho hem. I  Facetious Friend���Then why not! be  brave anil face your trouble?���Baltimore American. |  '��el  BROILING- MEAT & TOASTING- BREAD.  One way produces evenly broiled meat and  evenly toasted bread without taxing the  patience of the housewife. TJhis way is represented by, "Sask-alta" Range. The reason:  ''Sask-alba" Range has an Automatic Lift Top  (Patented) in addition to regular  Broiler Door; and this teamworks  for the operator instead of making  her work.  The "SasZ-alta" Way  Another way produces  unevenly broiled meat and  unevenly toasted bread  and taxes the patience of  the housewife.   This way  is represented  by most  Ranges.     The -   rears our ^��  Some Ranges have  "only"  a Broiler Door, others have  a.; contrivance  like  that  illustrated   in   top  small  drawing; both of which enjoy the distinction  of tiring the arm that holds the broilw and  tiring the eye that directs the arm.  Another Wop  .   r  London, Toronto. Montreal. Wlnnlpe^.Vancouver, SMohn. Hamlltoa,Calgary  ome  and Cake  are light, sweet and wholesome,  while others are sour, heavy,  bitter, unpalatable. The same  flour, butter, eggs and sugar arc  used; what makes the difference?  's all in the baking powder  m. NICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER  can be depended upon always to make the food light,  sweet, delicious and wholesome. This is because it  i j scientifically and accurately combined and contains  the purest grape cream of tartar, which is the most  healthful of all fruit acids, used for a hundred years  in the finest leavening preparations.  Boy  only  baking powder -whose   label  shows it to be made with cream of tattax.  PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.  CHICAGO.  Note. ��� There are many alleged cream of  tartar baking powders upon the n'tarket  sold at lower prices, which prove, upon  analysis, to be alum powders in disguise  They will not make wholesome food.  ready  It takes courage and pluck to stand alone with all the world against yo:u.  That is what a man does when he launches a new idea or invention  which interferes with ingrained customs.  The " Semi-ready " system of tailoring men's clothes revolutionized the  clothing industry. Never was an innovation so bitterly opposed and so  generally traduced by its opposition���by the custom tailor and the ready-  made clothier.  Yet it triumphed !  "Semi-ready" has fought the good fight and has won. No maa can  gainsay its many improvements and advantages over the tailoring which  Grandfather was satisfied with.  Fine Overcoats, Surtottts at $25 and $30.      Ulsters of heavy Tweed at $20 and $25.  s  emi-rea  dy  pi  L  i  ;3l  II  Tailo  ring  ^EL THE PHOENIX i��rbNBHB.  'S DI RECTORY  V)o^oVX        t*0^  ���   Vi'-  k  .y   I ;y ,,  '���A ' f ���     '       ''       ' ^:  ���f       '"���* ^*-"      7-$-      '.'       /^:-'-;  .^;^7^7,::V:v7,,  ir'{     -*"'��  ^ -^  "I  ;&l  ^��BC^^t  pUOBStX  ^ >* ^ Sn.x -ranch, or.o ����oN^^r  o.'. ���^^^^^,'^>-'-'^^f^f^t��^T��cyyy^yy��r.->..        ftifilTW  ����T--..,.:.--. :,...E...-,:. ,.   5        '  S^AXS^-lj _��� 1; :U - j I. i: |*-|i,K j '-.*��^- /! ���; 0-�� ^ ���*"  ���^UjJV I ' >. I I    I  Sji'"  Wa*z.:%M  r**>'./r������**" *   "*������*  Builder and ContrMtcyr  GENERAL; STOCK OF BUILDING MATERIAL  6   B.C.  IIBplll  Ijnmfmmrlwwi^^  e  FOB BEST  luors, Cigars, Wines  ��� '**r*Arjss*s***sssssfssAsss*fryt',  liESb?  h     PHONE 56  as  f  %^'WyM wm, \ mam$&A ���tS^s ���?  WUaWHmfm  ��� # ^  k4k$.  ���'���MX  'mm  \   I i ��� i 11 rt I ' "1  I  lifH  lip  mm.  wm.  ,a1 i&//sx%aQ&sssAW/s///y/yMy/;/, :',;.���,  W. ELSON,  -v  fc  GREENWOOD,  *Jr"rZ2S&2  pbon�� 3*  ;-'L  licanc's Hotel  ���ttOx*. ''      '',,Amv ,IM"-E' 'VW    ' -ooOi88-  \k ^  I   !  .^��v  BV*'  f1   ^' k^^^^WA  ijg"A/Hn'ing. Paperin the  ^' ��^*^ year? $L3-<5- TNSR  ��  zm  m��M  ffiwraffifMMfl^^ ipnnn >n~stf~i��r~aw~ia ~tiinhimiw '���n'i n ���  MB. G MINING j  iSx^lkJJC* Jboiler and compressor are  SWOB ti^mAied at the Aurora mine,  THE PH0BNIXPIONEER  ~$  f8  ejopments ��nthe C.P.R,  properties up the Elk are showing  -�� - i��tp��ell  A cQmiqtttet* has been formed to try  , ��� i*nd adjust the affairsof the Sullivai  *   fCroupMiQing company.  * J*1 Ane��*uftnel, involving deeper de-  $relopoisat nor* has been started at  line Sttntet imntj above Sandon.  $ Michel is n w the chief coal and  pule producing camp of, the Crowfs  $fctt Pass Coal company,'about 1,390  ��� ��M|sbs��ngeini>oyed.  * ^   Tnere il  said to be more ore in  ^.fefiRht in ihe upper workings of the St.  '^fflEuj;ene mine than at any time in the  Kjootenay mine;  refinsry is turning  out  lead  daily.     A small  utput goes tb-Tpronto,  goes  to China ant^  Nest  Pass  Goal coming in.one thousand  at Fernie and Michel.  n double theirs pre-  the   total  number  of  ese places now beinp  3 t'     ���   ���    ������   ,;V'-  ggest mica deposits in  tat th�� big:bend;of the  y miles north of Revel-  Ikie   to   Mr.  James   F;  &t v  ���'.*..���  s'nnneral is largely used  plants   and  commands  ranging^from  $3   to $ 18   pei  .,   ��       "life  yM -A^mewnger)arrived in Nelson a few  ^DBgmtfc with him the tangible  Of khe richness'of the camp h  tiscd  J in favor of Peruna,  I  &s With him he carried a  , ���. ���.���AswOTth over $5,000, the  of rattier less than two weeks' run  BofMml'^foa^ttamp mill in operation  ihef^Wthe Nugget mine.  vN.SF/McNaufeht of Silverton, has  if*T|Mf(l lh*ii,1rlflprnP'"n "��"*���*" B^rt M.  yiJM^oijQ^iept, Washington, for $30  Spowtt and gets a substantial cash pay-  9nent"down. The new owner has  #1 rtip[y. put a force of men.to work on  ^heC-pt&pliptt), so that development will  jgMHKXwd rapidl) In the past, ore has  JieeaJljftjppediU-oni the mine.._ which  4��ettedtfhe~owners over"$20,ooo arid  ���veradedt-imore than 600 oz. per ton  inrailver.M<  A: nugget of gold weighing half a  pound and rivaling anything found so  far in'.the Klondyke, has given the  Newnooks district a prominence with  the result that there are about 300  n inersihave worked there alll summer  and dug up some $700,000 for the  season's work This camp is some  1 100 miles below Dawson, and clams  fun sas high as $5 to the pan. The  abrtve nugget will be exhibited at the  Alaska-Yukon exposition next year.  The Iron Mask mine, nesir Kamloops \  has changed hands, and the  new  firm  have already installed a   staff of   men  * ad-instituted a resumption of operations.  :At  the   present   time  almost  twenty men are employed, but just as   .  ���oWas the clearing work is completed  the^staff will be increased to fifty men.  initfie early spring, it.is expected  that  ^upwards! of   100   men   will   be  given  fllMS-price paid for the   Iron   Mask is  $309,000   and   two   installments   of  '���$5,000 and $z 5,000-have already been  iteud.  'The  to  '9"9?'9-+-9"9-<9y9 "���   ���   ��������,<  Mr. George W. A:nory~337 West 19th St., New  t'City, Now York, writes:    ; . . j  "Somehow I have alwayuhad a prejudice againat advjer- J  ed medicine, but I want to make one deuldedexcnntJcin ���  deulded exception >  "I caught a cold last -winter and It, settled in throat  and head, doveloping a moBt persistent 'catarrh, wh'ich;���'  T seemed- to defy nil medicines until I tried'Poruna.   Befor  11 lmd usodtwo bottleg ^opnaltlered niyself oared." 7  Those Who ^lander  Peruna Know^Nbtli-7]  ing About it.  WM>  [im  M'jiM;  ���������Ikm  Wm  '.":��  :'' 1'7;;|  w$k  m*Q  ���     1    ���'. .;*.'S  mWi  :."-l;:-'-,''/>i  'r7'vf  1  bS3$s  ���m  ������ 1 :.';?:i  1  ��  m  f   ;.  ������fi  SS^ot  i  ��� m  1  5 '  1.-;  -1 {%  PEOPLE   WHO  USE   IT ARE  THE  0\LY  RELIABLE WtTNESSES.  Enthusiastic   Testimonials  This  Pate.  Catarrh of Bronchial Tubes.  att- Wickliffo R. Smith, editor of The  PoUatch Herald, formerly principal of  . thaachools at Cameron, Idaho, writes:  '.fFor. some time I suffered with catarrh of the. throat and bronchial tubee.  , UI tried many remedies, but could find  nothing that would give me relief. Finally I tried Parana. Three bottles cured  ma, aound and well.��I believe it will do  u much for others as lt did for me."  Gained Thirty Pounds.  Mrs. Alice J. Bordner, 1311 JIaple Ave.,  Harrisbnrg, Pa., writes:  "I have found a cure in Pernna. I  cannot recommend Peruna enough, and  I also thank you for your kind attention  to me'. I ain as well as coiiid be ever  since I began taking Peruna, and will  recommend it toothers. I only weighed  95 pounds before taking Peruna; now!  weigh 125,"  Throat an* Head.  Mrs. I. D. Hayes, 19S7 Druid Hill, Baltimore, Md., writes:   ; .  "Peruna Is one of Ihe best remedies  for grippe, cold in the head, sore throat,  nervous headaches, and coughs-that has  ever been discovered. After the use of  one bottle in my family I don't feel safo  without Peruna in my house."  In a later letter, Mrs. Hayes says:'-I  am-never without a bottle of Peruna in  the house. I find it good for most evcry  complaint. I give jthe children Peruna  if they have a coitl und it always relieves thctn. I don't think I could find  a better remedy-to give my children."  These Testimonials Were Given Out of Pure Gratitude  For The Benefit Received From Pe-ru-na.  It is so easy to criticize things about j as a beverage  or  to. take  it in doaes  which the critic knows nothing  Take, for instance, Peruna. There are  plenty of people who are willing; to say  Poruna to'thisand that, who never havo  tasted Pernna, and havo never known  anything about its effects upon' the  human system.  There are people who say, and probably believe, th-t Poruna is used aa a  beverage by so:no people. It" would  bo the easiest t!ii:i;; in tiio world to show  the falsity of such a belief. . ���:  Xet any ono-who reads this go to the  drug storo and ^pvirchaso .a bottle of  Peruna.' If, after attempting to use it  sufficient to produce anything'like'Intoxication, if after putting it to this  test such a person is still of the opinion  that Peruna is a disguised alcoholic  drink, he will be warranted in making  such a statement. Practically, Peruna  cannot be so used. Any one who knows  anything about Peruna by personal use  knows that Peruna is a medicine. The  very labcl.on.thc bottle, giving the.prin-.  cipal active ingredients, furnishes indisputable proof that-'Peruna is a medi-  cal compound. We will be willing to  guarantee thatno normal person can or  iwill use  Peruna   as. a. beverage.   ;If  any    one    thinks    this   remedy   can' disease!."  be/so used one..trial.^Lbe aufficlen^ to  dis'sibUBe his mind.  7 '   , ;-7"  y' Perun��xiB'��' gre��t ftndnfiefn] f��mll�� ���........  medlclfaa. ���K'ls"ttiBs��ip^~^��aautnd^s?!o3  homes. It has become a sUndard reayj.'*"^*���,.,  e'dy fpri va^oufl \petty slfpdS&s-lii tb*  home, .'ft iajeepfici^ll y qaeffl^or^piimaj^i  diseases. It.is an excellent remedy for  colds; 'ft is a well-tried^iemeay for e����  tarrhini all forms.  -We-bare ��"mnltltad�� oftwaHmonlala  recommending- it-tot -colds-,���for~bron��  chltiBftpr: ���wriQut.-^'t*)^^  respiratory and alimentary organs, '";  This !��� well known to.aJK'^ic^Kao^f  Per,un^':by;'iio't^��4y��i^rfii^.''-;''--',''';T:: 7; -  : -  "Cures *#Ca**rrtii ���^������safcr   k  Mr. I. W. Kightlinger, Cambridge  Nob.,, writes; ,��,Iic|W!tiJ��T�� any mora  trouble in my throat, and have not bMl  a headache'for four weeks. '���[  "Peruna is the jre_i^_mediaJne_flMr osr  itarrhi There" isno"medicine lilte .^t In  "the" tJni ted'Statea/f or I have tried avgootl  'many before' using Peruna.* :    " . ���  '���I will, keep it;in.my boaa*^sjaarA  against catarrh, aa it curs* aUoatairkal  PROVINCIAL.  Ingenica   country   in   North  jCibritral British Columbia may prove a  a Second   Klondykej      Messrs.  Stark  jCtiS JStanier,  owners   of a group  of  b��ich claims  on   the   Ingenica, near  ��fhe.mouth of. McConnell  creek,  have  Hf*ached Vancouver with 57 ounces of  igold,   representing   the   cleanup   for  twenty-eight days of eight hours. They  KB jre obljged to wheelbarrow the gravel  4(VShe river where they washed it in a  hluieebox, located on a little fall in the  -fiver.   Thay   sold   the gold to the  i*wsay office for$i7.04 per ounce.  %A  ,S*a* Up-t��-D��te.  curiosity   connected   with  the  ���fftnomy Burms^Jack Johnson bout in  'Sydney. Australia, on December 26th,  -S 11a. m., is that the result of the  tC<mtest will be known in Vancouver on  Dec. 25th, Christmas day.   According  to the experts at the Ottawa observa-  *tory, 11 a. m., December 26, in Syd-  "nty, will be-7 p.   in.,   Dec,   26th,   in  \ incouver, so paradoxically speaking,  i t-ople in this city .will know how the  4 ��> ittle resulted a,day before it happen  *d;.���Vancouver Province.  Gene Shea of the Bellevue will grap  tr > golden opportunity of advising the  \ustralians how to het, since he will  I e able to give-them the resull the day  before the event occurs.  Moyie is installing a  new electric  1 folhtinfj system.  V  N el son ��� wan t s a dai Iy"frai nT67Nbr t fi  port, Wash.  The B. C. Electric Railway company of Vancouver "will spend $200,  000 in new tram car? next year.  After the roughest trip this season,  the, steamer Empress of Japan arrived  at-Victoria;Saturday with a cargo of  silks, sealskins, etc., valued at $2,000,-  000.  F. M. Rattenbury, the well known  architect, of Victoiiai has sold his holdings in the Nechaco .Valley for $100,-  000, to Trafford Huteson, an Englishman located in Seattle.  An,investigation is .being made by  the attorney-general into the death of  Robert Somers;whq.;was:run over by  a train and killed near ^Kamloops re-  It is alleged Somers \ was  thrown off the train.  , As the result of a washout near  Lytton, on the C.P.R. main line, the  locomotive drawing a westbound  freight train plunged down the embankment, steep at that point, into the  Fraser river, many feet below, causing  the death of Engineer George Brown  and Fireman Peter Ryder, both of  Kamloops.  The work of locating the main line  Christmas   Stamps  -.~<vdL;-JilUUon~ty>~��  !;^..^���hristmas;''^- -      -:/;:  Eyery;r,penny from  the -stamps, after  payinirrfor printing  and "' distribution,  will be used fur the  maintenanceof poor  patient*, at .the  Muskoka   Frkb  , HosriTAJL:;     FOB  OonsumptivBs, and for extending  the fight afainst the dread White  Plague.  This Christmas Stamp idea was  started in Denmark about four years  ago, where the cash returns have  built andj financed a Consumptive  Hospital. i.Ayear.ago, the Bed Cross.  Society of "Denmark sold over 400,000  with the :co-operation of ' store*  churches,-clubs, And boys and girls.  In fact, everybody helped -in, this popular movement, and this year their  National Red Cross Society is selling  the stamps all over the States.  A STAMP FOR CANADA  The neat little stamp in red and  white, like above cut, and selling at  one cent each, ia published by the  National Sanitarium Association in  the interests of the Muskoka Free  Hospital. Th�� stamp does not pay,  postage, but may be put on letters,  packages and Christmas cards of all  kinds, and will bear the happy Season's Greetings everywhere.  Willing workers all over the Domin-  -x-xs'ia:  eastern townships bank  Employs   a   system   which   makes   it  it > easy for   its out-of-town depositors.  DANNY DEANE,;-'^qi^ct.^ ;:;;::;:-:"  to    open  accounts     and     transact  business   by   mail   with   any   of  its  Mt-tlfflTY-ONE BRANCH OfHCIS���51  ~ This is the Largest and Newest -Hotel' in the city/ heajSd^by  ^ hot: water and well furnished throughput forft the acycm'mqdatitjin  ^ ofthe public.    Everything  Neat,  Clean and, Up-to-Date,    Meals  y- served at all hours, special attention being given the Diningroom.  & Cenrrally Located on the Bridge,  Fifth Street,  Phoenix.  fc STEAM   HEATED.                 ELECTRIC   LIGHTING.                  TELEPHONE   4��.  , ion are organizing   little  band*  for  of  the Grand   Trunk   Pacific   railway | stamp selling.   The hospital board is  between Edmonton and and Prince  Rupert has been completed. It has  occuppied nearly two years. Two survey parties employed in the vicinity of  Fort George, in central British Columbia, were the last of the big force in  the Meld.  The B. C. Gazette announces a close  season for all birds mentioned in  schedule B, of the Game Protection  Act, as well as ror geese for a period  of ten years in the Elk river country.  in East Kootenay, has been declared,  under the same order a close serson  for geese is declared for any part of  the province.  : Comissioner Coombes of the Salva  tion Army, during his recent visit to  Nelson, noted the large amount of  bachelors there and thereabouts, and  suggested that a matrimonial bureau  be established. The Army, he said,  had it hands full and could not take  hold of the scheme, but he thought it  was work in which the churches might  with propriety take up. Families,  properly housed and comfortably looked after are more needed in this  country than bachelors, living in lonely  ishacks. Great Britain was built up  ;by her homes and so will her daughter  be built up.  hoping that over a million stamps  \^ill be sold before Christmas, and the  work for the consumptive poor from  sea to sea will be greatly strengthened.  Other interesting information may be  obtained by writing Mr. J. S. Robertson, Secy.-Treas. of the Association,  347 King Street West, Toronto.  MINERAL ACT.  (KOSM F.)  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICE.  "Laura B," "Occiui Wave," "Atlantic Fraction"  and "Atlantic Fraction No. i" Mineral claims,  situate in the Greenwood Mining: Division of  Yale district.  Where locate''���Tn Greenwood camp  TAKK NOTICE that I, Daniel l. M.Iktom-  inkv, Free Miner's Certificate No. B. U'9'. In '  tend, sixty days from date hereof, to apply to the  Mining R'corder for a Certificate or Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown  Grants of the above claimit  AMd lurther take notice that action, urder section 37, tnu��t be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 17th day of October, A.D., 1908.  D. L. MclNTOMINKY.  AMERICAN MINING REVIEW  KSTABMSflED  18 OO.  IN   FOOTWEAR  NOTICE.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that I  intend to apply at the next, sitting of  the Board of License Commissioners for  t e cUv of Phoenix, for a transfer of the  I q, or license held .bv me for the Dominion Hotel to J. B. Boone and Henry  Massey. FRANK ANDERSON,  Dated at Phoenix, B.C., this 24th day  of November, 1908.  ���Protect your health % protecting your feet���our  Shoes are corn anil bunion doctor?. Let us make  your shoes to-menstire, anc you will have cotn-  forfort in weajring tlioe*.    Satisfaction Guaranteed.  Large Stick of fine  BOOTS  AND SHOES.  RUBBERS, etc.. to select jrom   MINERS' BOOTS,   MITTS AND  GLOV?S ARE SPECIALTKS.  .A  u  <H��t  r._,A  THE  MOST  PRACTICAL MINERS'  PAPER   IN   THE   WORLD. <gr ^  It gives all the Important Mining News, and every issue contains valuable  Special Articles, well illustrated, on subjects of real practical interest to  the everyday mining man. ::'���'���   NOT TOO TFCHN1CAL BUT JUST RIGHT.  *��   PRR   YGAR-SAMPLG   ON   REQUEST.  'Published every Saturday at Los Angeles, California.  PHOEKIX shoe shop _ .      . F.   f      .. p ���  T. turano. Proprietor. Ths Pioneer for Fins Commercial Printing vmni  T?HB PSOENIX PIONEER.  An Ounce of Prevention Is  Better than a Pound of Cure  For the prevention of Coughs, Colds, Lung  Trouble and kindred ailments, our line of,  CHAMOIS VESTS AND CHEST PROTECTORS    ARE    THE     VERY  " BEST  VESTS, Ladies' or Gent's $200  PROTECTORS, Chamois & Flannel $ J .00 $2.00  FLANNEL, SPECIAL & WOOL, 50c. & 75c.  "Just'the'thing for Skaters and Curlers, where warmth  ' is    required,   but    freedom    of   action   is   desired.  ' See Our Window or Still' Better,  Come In  LOVE'S   DRUG   STORE  I In and Around Phoenix ����  MMMMM AA'AA M MM IV��HAMrVrt*AimR*��lflim*fl��m  Cigars and Tobaccos  WE make a specialty of CIGA-RS'AND TOBACCOS,  and carry a variety of the best brands.   *    ���    +  Confectionery  (���..        .  TME;'PURE MATERIALS  used in the manufacture  '""of our  Candies   imparts; an . unusually  rich   and  ,, pleasing  taste.     Try ! them if, you want, the best  ���       +      ������       +       +'���  LOWER  .TOWN  HEADQUARTERS    FOR   MUSICAL   INSTRUMENTS  HUIEr'   TOPICS   OK   LOCAL   AND   GENtKAL  INTKRKST   TO   PHOENICIANS.  ^'rWvWWWWMft^^  'Twixt Love and Money.  A. W.  McNaughton   left yesterday  for Salmo.  lJi^jMsJSb^eeesT^fTV "*  almstrom;  vvwvv*vv\nnr*ww��VWir*wwvvv ^wVw tn^Vw Lrw i^  1  ���J  oi 1  IsS  ; v?.oi tci  Pure and wholesome.    Cold and as bracing in its  coolness as a breeze from the North in Summer.  -a  fc.^'g^. "BEST BEER IN THE BOUNDARY."  !��� aecognised  by.ll aa tlie  -^H.'??f?^an>e 'it9 manufacturers employ all of their energy to  the  turning but of a perfect Beer from the best materials obtainable.  INARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL ICE, ETC. PHONE 23  ���A^A.A_y  .ir^-  oenix  e_H?:i jx^l^ jC o.  J  For sale or rent���Phoenix Bakery:  apply to W. J. Prendergast.  Before' buying your furniture else  where, call on R. I.Gardner.  Wanted���-people to help us fool  Jack Frost.    Love's Drug Store.  A story of Old New England,  throbbing with life, and true to nature  ���" 'Twixt Love,and Money."  Born���At Phoenix, on Sunday,  Nov. 29th, to (Mr. and Mrs. Colin  Campbell, a son.  - Dr. Simmons demist, will be at his  Phoenix office, fiank block, Dec. 10 to  13th.    Phone A. 18.  Wm. Davidson, thedefeated Socialist  candidate in Kootenay,- was in town  for a few days this week.  Mince mea\ lean hams and bacon,  all Canadian product���P. Burns &Co.,  at very reasonable prices.  The/Brooklyn hotel has just received  a consignment of selected wines from  St. Catherines���port, sherry, etc.  The Presbyterian Sunday school  will hold its annual Christmas tree  entertainment on Tuesday Dec. 22nd.  Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Hibner, who  have been residents in town for a couple  of years, left on Tuesday for Spokane  / It is reported and generally understood that Swift & Co., the meat firm,  will shortly open a meat market in  Phoenix.  Since the last issue of the   Pioneer  four births have taken place in Phoenix j  and it's now up to this paper to remark  "Just watch Phoenix grow."  Matthew's barber shop presents a  brightened appearance, with new paint,  paper and lights. A new tonsorial  artist from Spokane is also in charge.  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 large consignment of Bourbon  whiskies just received at the Brooklyn  ���"Jessie Moore," "Old Kentucky"  and "Private Stock," all famed American whiskies.  Citizens will do well to note that  there has been a change in arrival and  departure of C.P.R., trains at Phoenix,  The train now leaves at 2.20 p. m. and  arrival of mail one hour earfier"will no"  doubt meet with general favor.  'Twixt Love and Money.  Order your   yood   from   Mclntom-  mey.    Phone Ji 3?.  Dry wood in cai lots. Apply to  J. Trombley, Proenx, B. C.    .  For a mild, fee-crawing cigar, tbe  "Boundary" is ti e best.  Oyster cockt ils at the Brooklyn  bar���oysters   fresh daily. '  House for rent or sale, on Brooklyn  avenue; apply a Piaieer office.  "Twixt Love and Money���a four act  comedy drama; not one dull moment.  Born���At Phjenix, on Sunday, Nov.  29th, to Mr. ant Mrs. J. W. Hannam,'  a daughter. 7   ���  Born���at Pi oenix, on Monday,  Nov. 30th, to Ir. and Mrs. John  Swanson, a son.  Mrs. John Ta on Tuesday received  the sad intelli^et :e of the death of her  father in Scotlanl.  Born���At Pi oenix, on Tuesday,  Dec. 1 st, to Mr and Mrs. Thos. H.  Rowe, a son (stilbornV  Mrs. (Rev.) .A vache of Grand Forks  visited her son, . VV. Auvache, of the  Pioneer staff, on Wednesday.  Avoid colds a d coughs by wearing  one df our charrpis vests or protectors;  all prices.    Lovi's Drug Store.     ;  Co. have received a  of mince meat for  ew Year's pies-���on  prices.  Special reduction in licenses for ten  days���J, McLean.  *������  New fish stories fresh for Christmas  ���apply A. McKinnon.  �����'....- -     ��������� i  Fresh meat will probably go some  when Swift arrives.      , '���.;'...  YOUNG  MEN  DickWilliams is  on local option.  taking   the stump  P. Burns &  special shipmen  your Xmas and j  sale at r/jasonab  Do you want to quit shivering and  shaking every titae'you go out? If so  we can help you.    Love's Drug Store.  All orders token for dressmaking  from now until ihe 1st December will  be done at specially reduced rates.  Mrs. McKay, Biner Block.  The Canadian Pacific railway company are running special Christmas ex:  cursions to eastern Canada from   Dec.  The , Delahay   block   is   receiving  special attention from Buyers; no sales  reported as yet. ������'.-/  �����'--- -;-... ���  There's no truth in tbe rumor thai  Gene Shea has purchased a half interest  in the Greenwood Ledge.  ���'���**  A   HUNGRY   POME.  VYhen   seen   at   the   hotel  cosmopolitan  this week, J.7;'Peck  McSwain,  gave\the following interview:     \    ;  I've written on the ocean,     ; ] ..\  I've written 6h the sand,      ,    '  Arid would you just believe it������'.  j  I've done it all by hand.        ' (  I've written on the moving train]  I've written on the miner's pick,  But on an empty belly, no ! ;, ���  Nord d if I'll do it. y  The above was accompanied  by  ab  application for a job as obituary editor  ~ ,���".' \  The difference between Joe Bush  and other hunters when they go on a  "wild goose chase" is���Joe is the man  who gets the goose. We can swear to  this; next to Judge Williams we ate the  most of it ourself at Joe's banquet.  "Bush and I" can have'the loan of our  editorial gun any old time.  often-owe nu(ch to  their appearance.  Everything else  being equal, the  well-dressed lellow  will get ahead faster than the care:  lessly attired com)  petitor. We help  young    men    and  Old Men, Tooj  . for that matter, to  ; get ahead as far as  good clothes will  take them. We  make a   suit or n  'coat so that it will  fit and look as if ir  belonged     lo   ihi-  : wearer. \ The mat-!  e'rial will be 'right;  the tailoring will  be right, and prices  will be"right. Ai  least you ��� will say  In "reality il  should  be higher  Morrin, Thompson  & Company  HORRELL  MERCHANT  '.'��� ".���:���', .'y  TAILOR:  F.    Graham  Welsh:   ���  "Will   She  new    edition  form   ioc.  is   taking   lessons   in  Ne'er  Return   Again,"  by   Jess   Jones;   sheet  MI1TBBAL. ACT.  (fmk'p.)  Certificate of Improvements,  'NOTICE,"   .  ���' No ' " Mliicrul Claim, a.tuatc In the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District, British  Columbia. ....  Where located���In Greenwood Camp.  TAKK. NOTICE that I,'; Murdock Mclntyre,  Fr^e Miner�� Certificate No 1119481, Intend,  sixty daya from tlie date hereof, to'apply.to the  Milling Recorder (or n Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose ol obtaining a Crown  Crant of the above claim.  Aud furUm-; Take Notice that actirn, uudei  section 37, mutt be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates ol Improvement,  Dated this 2nd day of October, A.D., 1908.  MCKDOCK McINTYRK.  date of purchase.  Manager McAstocker's challenge for  the-Stanley'cup is said to have create^  great   excitement   in    Montreal      A.  ueen   will   sever   his   connection  1 to Dec. 31 at special  rates good to v, ,.  return within   three   months  from   thej^\y.        ,    ,    with the telephone exchange to accom  pany the team. '  McRAE BROS., limited  The new',roorn"being opened, in tbe  Granby block ' for junior classes of  Phoenix public school is now ready  for occupancy. Miss F. C. Inglis  arrives from Vancouver today and will  be in charge of the pupils in the new  room which opens Monday morning,  Dec. 7th.  At the regular meeting of Phoenix  Aerie, F. O. E-.. last Tuesday evening  a motion was passed tendering a vote  of thanks to J. R. V. Dunlop, manager, and C. Halverson, music director  and all others', who had assisted id  making the recent minstrel show the  success it was. j  BOUNDARY & KOOTENAY IMS ORE RECORD  Shipments and Smeler Receipts For Year to  Dsle.  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 1 Qo8_ta_ date are ���as  follows:   .������ .��� "WEICK. ns.n.nr.  Boundary    .35.928  i,3��9��94i  Rossland:........    7,90a-    269,398  East Columbia;Rwer   5,150 �� 116,587  S      1              Total   SMELTER    RECEIPTS   Granby j. 23,252  B.C. Copper Co .1. 11,637  Dominion  Cop. Co.  Trail I.,   7>326  Northport(LeRoi)..   2,885  Marysville ',. \  Rufus Rastus Johnson Brown  Took his bed and hiked through town,  Now he's singing up and down   "  "That's   Nig's   scheme .when    rent  comes round."  NOgOE:  NOTICE IS HERKBy|gIVEN that,  thirty flays after datKfc'I^Joseph .1.  Bassett, of Hartibrd; Jujjwwn, B.C ,  intend to apply to the 8upe'nri|enderit of  provincial police, K. S?i7Hus8ey, of Victoria, for the renewal of a retail liquor  licence for the Hartford Hotel; al Hurt-  ford Junction, B.C. ���* -; '  7 .J08KPH J. Bassett. I  :..-. Hartford Junciiou, B.C;, Nov. 2, 1908.  " 'Twixt  Love  and   iMo.iey" ���two  fulLhonrA.oLhumoc_anfLpaihr.E.  ,.  NOTICE  OF  APPLICATION   FOR RENEWAL OF  r    liquor license;   7  TAKE NOTICE that I, Jbu.v A. Alc-  Master, of Eholt, intend, applying to  the Superintendent of Provincial Police  at the expiration of-one-month from  date hereof, for a renewal of in v hotel  license, for the premises known" as the  .Union Hotel, at Eholt.  Jons A. McMastrb.  -   Dated at Eholt, Nov. 2nd, 1908.  /THIS WEEK'S  ARRIVALS   INCLUDE  '"'A '��� : : ..  ;Car Fancy Washington App]es  mn^ie up principally as follows:'  SNOWS, SPY'S BALDWINS  SPITZKN BERGS, MINK-  LERS, BELLEFLOJiRS,  GREENINGS AND ..PIPPINS.'  These apples are all selected  stock and finer than those we  sold last season.  We offer them to you at  Per 45 pound box $2.00  We also have a limited quantity  of FANCY.. PEA RS' which He  offer at  Per 40 pound box $2.25  CAR TARTAN GROCERIES  .AND CANNED GOODS.  We need not tell anyone who  has used this brand of canndd  goods, how good, they are,' but  for the benefit of those who have  never tried them, we would say  that TARTAN' CANNED  GOODS stand '.without'.a peer in  Canada. ;      ���������  They cost us more than other  ���Brands, but we sell them to ydii  for the same��� money- you pay. for  ordinary kinds.  46,980 1,695,926  952,828  306,843  21,872  297��53r  79,799  5.73��>  PHOENIX   OPERA 7HOUSE  WtDNKDAY,DCC,M  1  Total  .;...!.  45,1001,664,603  Latest MlRlBf Slook Quatillons.  Corrected to Dec. 2, 1908.  AND  Monday evening at   the   Methodic     The stock market is a sire indicator  church promises to be one of excepf  (f the trend of business,   imore buoy  .onal interest.Rev. J.D.I .KnoxfLt feeling is pervading .he differelt  S^'itW^f ��$ 7er Wx    kDOWi  markets, and all stocks are 6rm at the  talk entitled' "Pictures  on  Memories'  Wall."    There will be a short musicil  program and the ladies of the  churc i  will serve" refreshments.  J. R.. Crawford wishes to inform tl;  people of Phoenix, Greenwood, Ehct  and Grand Forks that he is prepare I  to give lessons on piano and orga:.  Special attention given to techniqu;  certificate Trinity college, Londoi,  Eng. Names sent to him at Brooklyi  hotel. Phoenix, will receive every attention.  The reorganized Phoenix M ins tre ;  are  negotiating  for  dates  in   Nelsoi  opera house and may take a jaunt t  the  Kootenay  city  in   a  few   week;  They are busy  practising a new an  varied   program   to   be  in   readine^.  It is expected a date  will also be ar  ranged   at   Greenwood   in   the  ne/r  future. ,  ' Important to Dancers���J. R. Criw-1  fjbrd wishes the people to know thatjhe  Ijas an agreement with the Miner's  tTnion to 'Bold a series of we&ly  dances in their hall. First danedto  be held on Friday, Dec. nth, ij>8.  First class music supplied. Dan/ing  from 8.30 p.m. until 11.30 p.m. \Ad  mission 50 cents. * (        -" /  Rev. J. D. P. Knox of Rosslantf will  occupy the pulpit of the' Methbdist  church tomorrow evening. JUr. Knox  is now chairman of the West Ko����enay  District and was formerly veil Anown  in Phoenix, having superintended the  work here while stationed in Greenwood. He wil! also Address an open  session of the Sunday School at 2 30  in the afternoon.      /  90.00  fo'lowing quotations:"  1 Bin  B.p. Copper...       7.875,2  Oomin. Copper 93J��  Gr��nby 1     *- 95.00  Alfcerta Coal and Coke    .. .1  Cblrles Dickens ..,-.-  Cone. Smelters...  Copper King   Gertie    Kecla   International Coal  Kendall ..   ..",   if issouia Copper..  5fabob  .a.,4,  Oom Paul ...'.        |.4>4  ?anhandle Smelter...       j .4  Sambler-Carihoo        115  3ei      ' "   L-  nowstorm   Bnoweboe J,  Sullivan .    ..-..  follivan Bonds  Stewart    Tamarack-Chesapeake  4.' ACT.  COMEDY   DRAMA 7 ?7  PRICES $1.00 AND  75c;  SEATS ON SALE AT. TOM BROWN'S, MONDAY, DECEMBER  14  sum  800  1.06j^  **mmm9mmwm2unmMmwmnuwiu  I FALt, NECESSITIES I  g FOR MEN and BOYS        1  Shipments of Fall and Winter^Needfuls'are now arriving I  ���CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS/ BOOTS, SHOES, J  SHIRTS, COLLARS, TIES, UNDERWEAR, SOX, j  and everything else a well-dressed man may require. !  Get the habit���deal at Brown's���and you will save money.    ��  ........HEW .STOCK OF FISH t,  SPICED CUT HERRINGS  Per 15 Pound Pail.     .   $1.75  HOLLAND HERRINGS  1.5 Pound  Regs  ....    $1.50  SMOKED    HERRINGS  Per Box   ...... . ..������-.���    ...   50c  LABRADOR HERRINGS  20 Pound Pails.   ... . .$12 50  MILCHINER HERRINGS  15   Pound Keg... .... $1.50  STOCK FISH Norwegian  ler Pound..,..'... /. ......   25c  WHOLE SKINNED COD 15c  COD  STEAKy. 2   pound  blocks.....-.   ANCHOVIES, small kegs  SLICED SMOKED H AL-  IBUSV per Pound.f .;  NO. 1   MACKERAL, per  Pound.....'. ..........  EASTERN SEA TROUT  Per Pound   ..........  25c  qoc  I.iC  20c.  20c  SOME    SPECIALTIES  ARE  AS  FOLLOWS:  ������',���'"...'������������-        '*      "  LEARD'S   WHOLES   .  CHICKEN, per Pound   4"  ���This chicken is dressed and  cooLed, ready for.the table, and  put^uj> one whole chicken in a can  Wagstaffc's Plum Puddings.. 75c  Pound Fruit Cakes, each. . ..joe  Our  Christmas  Stock  of  Nuts  and Fruits arriving every day  WALNUTS, AI.MONDS, FIL  BERTS, PECANS, BRAZILS,  CHESTNUTS, -TABLE AND  COOKING RAISINS, PEELS,  MALALA GRAPES, Etc  Founded 1892���Incorporated 1893.  NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C.  The skating public is hereby notiied  that Marshall lake is private property,  and the source 0/ water supply for the  City of jPhoenjxj! that it is impossble  to use tie ice as a skating pond b th-  Providee a Christian home tor stud-'  ents of bcth sexes at moderate rates.  Has a preparatory class for junior students, doing grade public school work  Does lugh school work, confers all high  school privileges, and prepares for teachers' examinations. Teaches nil branches  of a Practical BnsinoBB Course and gives  Diplomas. Gives a liberal 'education in  its Collegiate Coarse and in tbe Ladies'  Course for M.E.L. mid M.L.A. In University work, can take students through  WHY?  face It to free, is mild, and led* (tor flw fiilen  , . "   r - ���       vcrcibv   nun, UHUiaHS  outexpktoratfeguponit, thereby <0n-  the mmplete ArtB Coa        ni,   h   d  1^5"^ Zi"^^^}^:^1  Kre�� of B-A-canbeobtained^roniTor.  onto University, which the college is in  lut affiliation.  For fuller information and terms write  Rev. W. J. 8ippereIl,B.A.,B.D���Priaci��|  pal;orBev. J. p. Bowel). Bursar.  persons  warned  liable  Electric  Martin,  so uying the ice are her;oy  that they are trespassing tnd  o/arrest and fine.���Phoeiix  Light and Water Co., J.L.  manager.  Special   Advertisement  MINCED MEAT FOR XMAS PIES,  HAMS, BACON;  LARD,   CORNED BEEF,  POULTRY,  FISH.  Before buying your winters supply of Fresh Meats please call in  and consult us regarding prices.  'Pilose No. 2 .        COURTEOUS TREATMENT  OUaRANTEED P.O. Box 56  California Grapes, per basket, 55c  P. BURNS & CO., Limited  lEgrqaa-gjjff

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