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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Dec 10, 1910

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 ��  nix  oec n ��w  ^/'CTO'tfl^  ;a*^  Twelfth Year  PHOENIX,  B.C.,  SATURDAY,  DECEMBER  10/ 1910  ^^pA^^^i^'        ONE PER CENT DIVIDEND  cies continue to,  quote   12^6   to 13  cents a pound for electrolytic.  Transactions are said to be running"  between 2,000,000 and 3,000,000  pounds a day, which is;regarded' as  satisfactory when the recent heavy  buying- of the metal is taken into  consideration. Producers hold to  the opinion that the current month  will show a reduction in refinery  production; therefore a falling off of  between 5,000,000 and 10,000,000  pounds in output-is expected to be  shown by "The Copper Producers'"  statement next month... However,  the 15 per cent curtailment will not  be reflected in the association's figures until December and January.  Conciliation Board Appointed.  A board of investigation and conciliation, under the Industrial Disputes' Act, has been appointed to  inquire into matters in dispute between the Crow's Nest Pass Coal  Company and its employes; who are  stated to number between two and  three thousand. The differences  between the parties relate to the  wages of certain of the men. Mr.  M. S. Lane will be the Company's  representative on the board'," while  the miners and other employes will  be represented by Mr. I. Lemont  Stubbs, -.* of Bellevue, ftlbertai  Failing the joint recommendation of  the other members of the board of a  chairman, the Minister of Labour,  Ottawa, has appointed to be chairman Sheriff I. G. G. Van wart, of  Calgary, Alberta.  Payable to Stockholders on Record Dec. 14���Smelter  to Operate at Full Blast  EXPERIMENTAL WORK  WITH NEW STAMP MILL  At the Jewel Mine, Located on  Long Lake  Some    experimental    runs    have  been made with  the   15-stamp  mill  near  the   Jewel   mine,   Long   Lake  camp, about   five miles  from Eholt.  Adjustment of the gold-saving   appliances is occupying the  attention  of   those   in    charge    of   the    mill.  There   is   much  gold-quartz  ore  in  the Jewel   mine,  development   work  having been done for several years,  so that there is available an ample  .supply for the mill.     The Jewel was  the first   mine in the  Boundary district to have been  equipped with a  steam power plant; a vertical  boiler  and steam hoist  were  taken   to  the  mine  in January,   1897,   and. thereafter considerable development work  was    done.     In    the   early   nineties  some 11,000 or  12,000 tons of ore  was   hauled   in   wagons   to    Eholt,  about four miles from the mine, and  shipped thence by rail to the Granby  Company's smeltery at Grand Forks,  but there has not been any production for the last six or seven years.  The Jewel group is owned chiefly in  Great   Britain.      The   erection   and  equipment of the mill has been proceeded  with   in   a   leisurely fashion  during the last   two years,   but  the  time for regular production from the  mine   would   appear   to   at   last  be  near.  At the regular monthly meeting  of the directors ot the Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting and  Power company held on Tuesday of  this week at the New York office of  the company, 52 Broadway, a dividend of one per cent on the par value  of the stock outstanding was declared, payable out of the net earnings  of the company on December 30th,  1910, to all stockholders ot record  at 3 p. m. on- Dec. 14th. The transfer books of the company will not be  closed.  This is the twelfth dividend paid  by the Granby, and as there are 15,-  000 .shares.of the par value of $100  outstanding, the disbursement will  amount to $j 50,000.  The company have no stated  periods for declaring dividends, this  being the only payment this year  and compares with $2 last year, $4  in 1908 and $9 in 1907. But the low  price of copper since 1907, together  with the large sums of money spent  by the company last year in improvements at the smelter, accounts for  the falling off in the dividends.  However^ witbrth'e prospects1 for an  improvement in the copper market  and the company preparing to operate its. properties at full capacity,  substantial dividends may be looked  for during the coming year.  With this dividend the Granby has  paid back to its shareholders, all  told, nearly four million dollars, the  payments and amounts being as follows:  No. 1 ���December, 1903. $133,630  No. 2 ���January, 1906. . . 405,000  No. 3 ���February, 1906.. 405,000  No. 4 ���September,  1906.   405,000  No. 5 ���December, 1906.. 405,000  No. 6 ���March, 1907  405,000  No. 7 ���June, 1907    ... ... 405,000  No. 8 ���September,   1907. 405,000  No. 9 ���June, 1908 .*.,... 270,000  No. 10���December, 1908.. 270,000  No. 11���December, 1909. . 270,000  No. 12���December, 191G, . 150,000  Total $3,928,630  At Full Blast  Next week the Granby smelter  will be operating at full blast with  its entire battery of eight large furnaces, consuming ore at the rate of  from 4,000 to 4,500 tons per day  and turning out blister copper at the  rate of about 1,600,000 pounds per  month. Six furnaces ronly have been  in operation at the smelter since the  fire at the mine in August, when one  of the shipping outlets was distroy-  ed. Last week, however, the connection between the 300-foot level  and the Victoria shaft was completed arid-it lis expected that the mine  will now be able to supply the full  requirements of the smelter. - On  ..Saturday ,,jyae .seventh furnace was  blown in and tomorrow the eighth  will be ' in operation, and unless  something unforseen occurs to prevent it the entire battery will be operated  in future.  At the Granby smelter experiments are now being made with a  new Forharth settler 12x18 feet. It  is much larger than the settlers  heretofore in use by the company  and besides being of greater capacity is expected to recover an increased percentage of the higher!  values. Four converters are now in  operation at the reduction works.  West Fork of Kettle River  While there is little  mining work  in progress in ti^^uas along the  west fork of l^^^fl^H&the movement made in|^^|mpfe)n   of proceeding with  railway throuj  ing holders of"  heart, so that a"4resumption  next spring is looked for.  fore it has   been   difficult   to^  velopment work, and'costly  to produce and ship ore, so that at length  discouragement was  general.     The  cost of getting in supplies fifty miles  or more from the errcl of the railroad  at Midway, waAhigh, while  freight  charges, first fc#wagon hauling and  then for railway transportation* to a  smelter usually amounted to an un-#  duly   large   proportion,   if  not   the  whole, of the proceeds of ore   shipped.     Now the outlook is for a deT  cided change in the  right direction,  but the benefit will   not be available  before the close of next season, if by  then.    Yet the   fact   that a railway  is being constructed   gives  promise  of the urgently %eeded   relief being  obtained, so that there is now some  inducement   for.the   exploration  of  mining   properties to be mistaken,  and it is expected this   will be done ���  to a   considerable   extent   after the  snow shall have melted next year.  Work, on the Greenwdod-Phoenix  tunnel is;"now going along s^eadUyrf;  with a fortfcrof 22 men.     Two   3'x/^'  inch drills are being operated.  Fredrick Keffer, consulting engineer of the British Columbia Copper company, has been engaged, to  make a special report on Voigt's  copper property, near Princeton.  TEN MONTH'S RECORD  OF B. C. COPPER CO.  Boundary Ore Tonnages  Following are the  returns  of the  output of the mines and smelters of  the Boundary  district  for  the week  ending Dec. 10 and for year to date:  Granby. 18,722 1,037,554  Mother Lode... .   7,983 340,456  Jackpot . .       480 14,840  Oro Denoro  9,339  Rawhide 4,000 35,400  Snowshoe    2,560 139,055  Number Seven...      170 1,515  Sally  32  Golden Eagle... 120  33,915    1,578,402  SMELTER TONNAGES  Granby 19,575 964,873  B.C. Copper Co. 12,983        380,547   *��   A despatch from Vancouver says:  General Manager McAllister of the  British Columbia Copper Co. is in  the city for a few days. He is inciting renewed interest in the upper  country mining by his reports of the  increase in the Company's smelter  at Greenwood, erection of a mill at  the Napoleon mine, and the general  good prospects as the properties of  the Company are being developed.  Grand Forks  Post Office  Tenders are being called for a new  post office at Grand Forks by the  federal government. The building  will be 60x60 feet, two stories and  basement. It will be constructed of  pressed brick, cut stone and will  have copper cornices. It will be  heated by hot water and lit by electricity. The building provides accommodations for customs and inland revenue business as well as that  of post office and is expecter1 to cost,  when completed, about $40,000.  Only Canadian residents will be employed in its construction and the  union-wage scale will be paid.  The Granby  Consolidated Mining, Smelting and Power  Co.,   Limited.  Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the board of directors held on  the 6th instant a dividend of one per  cent upon the par value of the stock  outstanding was declared out of the  net earnings of the Company, payable  December 30fch, 1910, to all stockholders of record at 3 p. m. on December  14, 1910.  The transfer books of the company  will not be closed.  New York, Dec. 7,  1910.  Northbtjp Fowler, secretary.  Produces  5,529,596 lbs. Copper,  64,571 ozs. Silver and 18,372  Ounces Gold  During October the British Columbia Copper Company produced  702,154 pounds of copper, 8913  ounces of silver, and 2308 ounces of  gold. The copper and silver output  was the largest since last March.  Production for first 10 months of  1910 follows :  Copper    Silver    Gold  lbs. ozs.        oz&.  Jan.       . . .    656,473    7,530    2,513  Feb.      . . .    683,234    7,627    2,560  Mar.     ...    891,419    9,191    2,623  April     . . .  *340,061    3,611        126  iviciy       ��������� *��.������      ���������������     ��������.���  June     ...    407,040    5,221     1,550  July      ...     574,172    6,623    1,960  Aug.     . . .    642,341    8,067    2,317  Sept.    ...    622,702    7,788    2,415  Oct.      . . .     702,154    8,913    2,308  10 mths.   5,529,596 64,571  18.372  *From    April   1   to   19,    when  mine closed down.  **No production.  Latest Stock Quotations  Asked     Bid  Granby Consolidated. .45.00    4Q.00  B. C. Copper    7.00      6.50  Hedley Gold 20.00    15.00  :��� v-^'3f>3  ��jr��*zqi:rl   0a#��i#  *?�� ."*&'  *d"  <$,,;  Special Groceries for  Saturday  Selling-  ML.  Tokay Grapes  Cornichan Grapes  Green Peppers  Cauliflower        Celery  Wax Beans  Hot House Lettuce  Radishes  Spinach     Cucumbers  Ripe Tomatoes  Sweet Potatoes  Fancy Eastern'Fresh Eggs     40c. per dozen  Extra Select Eggs in Cartoons 50c. per dozen  (daseEgg^ ;^^J - ,-_-   r 3 dozen for $1.00  Creamery Brick Buttter      3 lbs. for $1.00  | Morpin-f hompson Co.  I FRESH GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS  0*  i  Hotel Brooklyn  The Only First-Class and Up-To-Date  Hotel in Phoenix. New from cellar  to roof. Best Sample Rooms in the  Boundary, Opposite Great Northern  Depot.      v   v      Modern Bathrooms.  i  STEAM HEATED.      ELECTRIC LIGHTED  James Marshall, Prop.  Phoenix, B.C.  q��P'      jj| %��   I   Enln  R. V, CHISHOLM, Prop.  DANNY DEANE, Manager.  This is the Largest and Newest Hotel in the city,  heated by steam, and well furnished thoughout  for the accommodation of the public. Everything  Neat, Clean and Up-to-Date. Meals served at  all hours.  Bar Stocked with Choicest Liquors and Cigars  CENTRALLY  LOCATED  ON  CORNER  BRIDGE  AND   KNOB   MILL   AVENUE  Steam Heated, Electric  Lighting.  Telephone 48 and 26  Suggests District League  Commenting on the prospects of a  That Bald  Spot  fast    hockey    team   in   Nelson   this;    Don't let that bald spot grow!  winter the Daily News says  That the number of teams in the  Kootenays will be greater and that  the strength of the players who  compose them will this season be  stronger than ever before seems  certain. Phoenix has already made  arrangements for the importation of  a number of near-stars from the  East; Rossland organized a fast  team some weeks ago; Grand Forks  sports are talking hockey for all  they are worth; Cranbrook has  already organised a team; Moyie is  building a new rink; Greenwood is  in the same boat; Kaslo is preparing  for a good winter's hockey; Fernie  has made all preliminary arrangements; and a number of other  places in the district are also certain  to have good teams in the field.  Now that hockey has taken such  a strong hold and now that it has  been so widely adopted as a winter  sport in the Kootenays the idea is  brought forth that a regular district  league     should     be     formed,     the  idifferent toams in which should play  matches for the championship of the  i Kootenays. It would not be difficult  to obtain a silver cup as trophy  which must either be won in perpetuity or  from   year  to year  by  the  jchampion team.   ! .��, 1 :���  ,. Christmas   Mails.  ���" .'Attention of��� person sending  (Christinas parcels* abroad is called  to the following regulations which  govern the parcel post service:  "No parcel addressed to England  may exceed thirty   inches   in   length  nor    be   Ynore   than   twelve   inches  wide    or   deep.      If   addressed    to  other countries the maximum length  allowed     is     twenty-four    inches,  width   and   depth   the  same   as  for  England.     All postage fees must be  fully prepaid.     No parcel  may  con  tain any explosive or similarly dangerous      article. Every     parcel,  except   small    packages    of  a   few  ounces in weight, .must have a  customs    declaration     relative    to    its  contents attached.     The parcel post  rate    to    the    United    Kingdom    is  twelve cents a pound, with a weight  limit   of  eleven   pounds.       Weight  and rates   to  other  countries  vary,  and may be ascertained upon inquiry  at any  post  office.     Letter  rate to  the United Kingdom and its depen-  dancies is two cents for each ounce,  and to all other countries  five cents  for the first  ounce  and  three  cents  each additional ounce."   ^   Go to your druggist at once and get  a bottle of Parisian Sage and if that  don't check the falling hair, and cause  new hair to grow, nothing will.  Dandruff is the cause of baldness;  dandruff germs cause dandruff. Parisian Sage kills the germs; eradicates  dandruff, stops falling hair and itching  scalp. "We will refund your money, if  it fails to do this in two weeks. Pari-  sion Sage will cause the hair to grow,  if the hair root be not dead. It causes  the hair to grow thicker, more luxuriant, and puts new life into it.  The girl with the Auburn hair is on  every package of Parisian Sage. It is  sold for ;*30c. by all druggists or sent  postpaid by the Giroux Mfg. Co., Fort  Erie, Out., on receipt of price. Sold  and guaranteed by John Love, druggist.  <&  E. A. Black,  Agent  WOOD  First-Class  Fir and Tarn  arac Wood, $5.00 per cord  Pine fljWood;V$4:50 per .cord:  Pine Wood,   double cut,   per  cord, $6.00.,  WOOD   DELIVERED   ON   SHORT  NOTICE.       -*- *��� 'Phone B 32  Johnson & Anderson  Prizes for Ticket Sellers  The committee in charge of the  annual dance to be given by Phoev  nix Miners' Union on Dec. 26 are  ofiering $30 in three cash prizes to  be awarded to ticket sellers, $15 to  the person selling- the most; $10 second prize and $5 third prize. They  invite any wishing to enter the contest to call at the secretary's office  and secure a supply of tickets.  SEALED TENDERS addressed to the undersigned, and endorced "Tender for Public Build  ing, Grand"Forks, B.C.'' will be received at this  office until 4.00 P.M., on /Wednesday, December  28,1910, for the construction of a Public Building at Grand Forks, B.C.  Plans, specification and form of contract can  be seen and forms of tender obtained at the  office of Mr. Win. Henderson, resident architect, Vicjtoria.B.C, at the Post Office, Grand  Forks, and at-this Department.  Persons tendering are notified that tenders  will not be considered unless made on the  printed forms supplied, and signed, with their  actual signatures, stating their occupations and  places of residence. In the case^of firms, the  actual signature, the nature of the occupation,  and place of residence of each member of the  firm must be given.  Each tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a chartered bank, payable to  the order of the Honourable the Minister of  Public Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p.c.) of  the amount of the tender, which will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter  into a contract when called upon to do so, or  fail to complete the work contracted fox*. If  the tende be not accepted the cheque will be  retu- ned.  The Department does not bind itself to accept  the lowest or any tender.  By order,  R. C. DESROCHERS,  ">*���-��> Secretary.  2)6ftjftLinent of Pnblic Works,  v Ottawa/ November. 2i, 1910.  Newspapers will not be paid for this advertisement if they insert it  without  authority  from the Department.  Just received a large shipment of  Parisian Sage, the popular hair  tonic;  50c. per bottle at Love's.  i  BSf.',  t ������������ �����  -,���-... i  II  iS       ���  ��������� I  1  "My^ Wife's Family"  This is the name of a show that  is billed for Phoenix^pera house for  Monday evening, Dec. 12, and this  is what the press agent has to say  about it: The satiated appetite of  the amusement going public is experiencing a delightful change this  season���a most appetizing morsel  in the way of a play, "My Wife's  Family,'.'���a musical farce comedy  of the up-to-the-minute kind. New  songs, catchy music, pretty girls  and comedians of the mirth-provoking sort. This is one of the most  refined musical comedies of the day,  with a caste the best that money can  produce The caste includes performers with real voices, with the  addition of beautiful new costumes,  which gives an added effect to the  production. - The solos, duets and  ensembles are all good and is bound  to outlive many more pretentious  offerings.  .4J  An electric hoist will be installed  at' the Combination property, near  Greenwood, and in the mean time  work has been suspended.  OPERA HOUSE, PHOENIX  Two Nights  Starting���  Monday,  December 1 2  Mr. W. L. STEWART  PRESENTS  Miss Leah Stoddard  and Her Clever Company  in Stephens' and Linton's  MERRY MUSICAL  MIXUP  "MY WIFE'S  FAMILY"  vfa  CLEAN COMEDY CLEVER  COMEDIANS. AN  EVENING  OF MUSIC AND  FUN.  PRICES  $1.00, 75c.  Resignations Regretted.  The Board of Directors of the  Phoenix general hospital wish tp  announce publicly the sincere regr  occasioned by the resignations  Miss Johnston, matron, and Mil  McLean, nurse, from the Phoenix  hospital.  During the year since January  1st 120 patients have been treated  in the Phoenix hospital, and only  one terminated fatally���his immediate death -being inevitable and  occurring within, seven hours after  entering the institution. This is a  record which but few hospitals have  attained and not only reflects great  credit on the efficiency of the local  institution but is an eloquent tribute  to the attending physician,. Dr.  Dickson.  i>  i 1  Christmas Entertainment.  The Methodist Sunday School  purpose holding their customary  Christmas entertainment and tree on  Friday evening, Dec. 23rd. The  programme is now well under way  and promises good things. The  customary distribution of presents  will be continued, and it is requested  that these presents be taken to the  church on the day of the entertainment. Let everybody come and see  the. youngsters enjoy themselves  Proceeds will be devoted to the purchasing of a Sunday school library.  Greenwood Hockey Club  Greenwood Hockey club has elected the following officers for the  season: Hon. president, J. R. Jackson, M.P. R.; president, Dr. J. D.  McLean; vice-president, E. G.  Warren; manager, W\ B. Fleming;  captain, W. R. Hood; secretary-  treasurer, A. J. Logan. Colors,  black and yellow. The construction of the new rink ..is being  hurried along by the contractors,  who expect to have it completed  early in January.  SEATS ON SALE AT TOM BROWN'S  Princeton   Coal  It is stated that a contract has  been entered into to supply the Hed-  ley Gold Mining Company with 10,-  000 tons of coal from the Princeton  colliery, Similkameen. Production  was commenced at shis colliery late  last year, following the completion  to Princeton of the V. V. & E.  Railway. Coal mining plant is being obtained and development work  done with the object of bringing the  daily output up to 500 tons.    -  Fresh Cream and RfSiik Daily  GOOD CREAM  OR MILK,   such, as  the   PHOENIX   DAIRY  BRAND, is the basis  of a tempting meal.     It makes everything  taste  better.    Try   it���and   you'll   always   buy   it.      All   milk   is  aereated before being sold.  Phone E 32 W. A. McKAY & SONS  DELIVERED   TO   ALL   PARTS   QF   THE   CITY  Round-Trip Canadian Holiday Fares  To points in Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia  MONTREAL - $94.95 ST-JOHNS, S 109,45  QUEBEC     -    -    $99.85        HALIFAX,,     $113.40  Tickets on sale Dec. 1st to 31st, final return limit 3 months from  date of sale Stop over privileges in both directions: To accommodate  visitors to Old Country reduced round trip tickets sold to Atlantic seaports in connection with Atlantic S.S. tickets Nov. 11th to Dec. 31st,  with five month limit.  Further information 'regarding rates to. points not quoted, routes,  stop overs, etc., cheerfully furnished by calling on or writing-  Great Northern  Railway  W.  X.   PERKINS, Agent  f  �����  Thislswhi  18 Branl  hik.  ilcersbl  Idward Bingham,  Irantford, says of  an attack of typhoid  :eouton his rignt foot  tie.   " The foot and leg were  fyinflamed," he says, "and the  >ax^was very acute.  I could not wear boot or shoe, an!  could not move about at all I   I used all kinds of lotions,  salves and ointments, yet nothing seemed able to heal the,  u'cers until Zam-Buk was tried. 1  "The very first application of Zam-Buk ielieved the1  intense pain, and as I kept on using Zam-Buk the ulcers  began to look healthier and were less painful.  "By use of this healing balm the discharging was  [> reduced and healing commenced.    After a few; weeks^  tent, the swelling and irflammation were Vanished*  the tores were entirely healed.    I am to grateful fo(  ty cure through Zam-Buk that I consider it my duty  let others know of the merits of this great balm."  .    What Zam-Buk should be used for.  Zam-Buk will be found a sure cure for cold sores, chapped hands, frost bites;'  i leers, e -zema, blood-poison, va ico-��e sores, piles, scalp  ores, ringworm, infla- ed  p.iiches, babies'1 eruptions and chapped places, cuts, burns, bruises, an < skin  injuries a d diseases generally.    Ail druggists and stores se.l at 50c box, or post,  free from Zam-Buk Go., Toronto, upon receipt of price.   You are  warned ag inst harmful imitations and substitutes.     See the.  registered name " Zam-Buk" on ev ery package before buying.  ���-'v.v.v:t *���������-���-������  M"BJJ!Kp  ppep Send this e~>npo  ri\L��l} and ic stamp t  BOX     Zftm'B k C ��., To  and ic stamp  Zam-B k'C��.,���:'  r nto. and receiH  12 Z 2     freetriaibor. 12 *|  MENS OVERCOATS  "\7^E   don't care  whe  where you come fij  or where you have  buying" your clothes;  know there is not a  on the continent that  will sell you better clothing than we will for the  same money. We han  the  manufacture, hand-tai  ed throughout, and tr  med with the best tr^  mings, that   money   can  buy.  This is the season for  OVERCOATS. There  style, warmth and value  besides satisfaction  he wearer of "STY  CRAFT."  LOWER TOWN  PHOENIX, B.C  H  0 ,i.  fa?     * - "  i___i>m  iljhanl^en^'SI':;  ������-'���''���^iv^i.'-JJ.-'J  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  :;fii?Bounda^^^hing;^ouri  EN/INGLE  manity. * They must  "keep  up,"   in  ,< spite oi:'.constantly aching backs,'or  headaches,  dizzy  spells,   etc.       Mrs.  ''Edward Calwood of 123 S. Harold St.,  Fort William,- 6nt., says:  "I - suffered . with   dull, , miserable  pains, soreness across my back and in  ides for monthj^ ,^hey would  *sWttfcHy at times thOT fco  scarcely move around."   I would have  dizzy srjills and altogether, felt generally run down. After using a number,  of remedies without finding relief, I  learned: of Booth's'-^Kidney* Pills' and  found them an excellent remedy. They  not only relieved me of the miserable  pains and soreness in my back but  cured me of my kidney-trouble."  Saturday, December . 10,191  It has been said by those who  have investigated the mat.cr carefully that, although at the age of 45  fully 80% of men are establ   bed in  g^and  are in receipt of incomes in  of their expenditure, at the age  60 it has been foancf*fnlt^5$��  dependent upon their earnings, or  upon their children for support.  Many; no doubt, read the despatch  from Detroit which recen ly appeared in the Canadian papers,  and  npHAT is the name, and  X  below is the trademark,  you are to look for next  time  you buy underwear.  Jfour size in any garment  ^^^^j^Mnark will  pei  ordinary underwear, will  Yet you pay  nothing extra fir* this**  extra value; and you get our  Guarantee of " money back  if you can fairly claim it"  fyg/e  Pills cure  ache Dull Shooting Pains, Thick  and Clou&v  Urine, Gravel or  Stone, Rheuma-.  tisna and all diseases of .the kid-,  neys   and  blad-  ,.  /* ; (* ->,*,. ���    ..   -��� aer.       \v -  -/All druggists and dealers 50c. box or  post paid from The R. T. Booth Co.  Fort Erie Ont. If you derive no behe-  flt your, money <will be refunded.  Could we say more? Sold: and guaranteed by John Love, druggest.   .?{,  Booth's  Lidriey      ....        ..... ...  ������ Back-   Wnlcn described  the condition  ot  a  e  A. F. and A. M.        , *  Regular communication * at %8S p. m.  -/Second Thursday>of each;tnonth.  Emergent "meetings as called;, Masonic Hall,. McHale Block.  W. S.'Cook,  Secy.  ���*  R. ,S., Fraser,  W.M.  -\n  LO.O.F. 8no*i3*,^eUdKe  Meets every Monday Evening at  Miners' Hall. Visiting brethren  cordially invited.  J. P. McKenzie, Noble Grand.  W. A. Pickard, Fin/ Secy.  -' T. A. Bean, Record. Secy.  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES,  Phoenix, Aerie No, 158  Meets in Union Hall, Friday Evenings. Visiting brothers are always  welcome.-  man   who   but   a    little   more   than  forty, years   ago   was   a   "financial  power"   in   that   city,    who    had   a  "palatial home" on one of the most  fashionable   thoroughfares.     entertained lavishly, and to whom every  person, high and low, was prepared  to pay homage.     But the fates were  against   him.     He   suffered serious  financial losses, and  when he began  to go down hill he found it was properly greased for the occasion.    His  friends deserted him like rats from a  sinking ship, and  now  at 80 years  of  age,   after his day's  labour,   he  wends his way to, the city with  the  bent,    broken-down   old .men ,who  have.influence enough ,to-have their  names on the city pay-roll. -,���.,-      ^?/  The moral is that of. your/abundance   something,  should   be    laid  aside for declining years, and invest  where thieves cannot*"reach it,  and  where one cannot  be deprived of it  in any way.     This means is afforded  you under the Canadian Government  Annuities' Act which the. Parliament  of Canada passed in the Session  of  1908, and. which received the unani-  mous support of both   sides  of the  House.   ';   ���  You may  get .all  information   by  applying at the Post Office here,   or  by addressing the Superintendent of  Annuities, Ottawa.  Made at Paris in Canada,  by PENMANS Limited.  rA<UNSHRINKABLEV^  51  Royal Billiard Parlors  POOL TABLES AND BOWLING ALLEYS  Complete line of PIPES, TOBACCOS, CIGARS  AND CIGARETTES  .....   Always in Stock  " Finest Secection of CONFECTIONERY, Try the  FAMOUS - KOHINOOR - CHOCOLATES  New First-Class Barber Shop n;  AN     EASY  MASSAGE  SHAVE,  in Connection.  STYLISH    HAIRCUT,     REFRESHING  INVIGORATING SMAMPOO.  G0SGROVI & McASTOCKER, Proprietors   ' . A . .      -*     >W  Household Laundry Work  A multitude of household worries are overcome by  having your  Laundrying done at the Reco Laundry   Reco Laundry  ALL WORK Hello  GUARANTEED AlO  J. Thornton, W.P.  Orrin D. Bush, W. Secy.  K. of P. Lodge, No. 28  Phoenix, B. C.  Meets Tuesday Evening  at  7.30.  Sojourning  brothers  cordially wel  comed.  Gordon Thompson, k. of r.s.  J. W. Hannam, C.C.  DRAYING  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders       Phone A65  James G. McKeown  It surely is a circumstance worthy  of serious consideration   in   connection with, any proposals to substitute  theoretical Prohibition for the prac-'  tical   and  strictly   enforced   license  jaw now Operating in this Province  in control of the  liquor  trade  that  Maine,    Kansas,    and     the    other  American states   which   have given  the suggested panacea for all  ills a  full and fair trial,/are now abrogating   their     Prohibitory     lajtys     as  quickly as they can,  and returning  to High License  and  Strict  Regulation as the safest and  surest plan  for dealing  with   the  liquor  trade.  It is also  significant   that Ontario,  which   Prohibitionists   point   to   as  affording proof of the success of the  Scott Act in operation; is now preparing to copy the salient feature of  British Columbia's high license law  as   infinitely    more    practical    and  more workable.  CHRISTMAS  SUGGESTIONS  Our- Furniture offers a large range of not only  suitable but substantial Christmas Gifts. Bu/  something that will be of use to the recipient.  Have a look at our Rockers, Morris Chairs, Easy  Chairs, Children's Chairs, China Closets, Couches,  Fancy Tables, Pictures, etc., any of which would  make a very acceptable gift.  Ask for one of our Art   Calendars.  dWHTCSSb   Furniture   and   Carpets  Economy is not a matter  of cost. Cost is soon forgotten but Quality never.  Our new Fall Suits and  Overcoats were made by  manufacturers   who    never  make anything commonplace. They are original and unusual/clever and decidedly  distinctive. It will interest you to see them. I also carry  a fullline of Underwear, Shirts, Hats, Caps, Gloves, Socks,  Knit Jackets and Sweaters, Boots and Shoes, Rubbers, etc.  Not the Biggest Store, but  the Store of Biggest Values.  9*. ���* f  n  Only  aty and District  #  wiiich have  often been  followed   by  ^Fresh oyster cocktails at the Brook-  or_bar. ���;���  The Midw*  .ftJS-^SB  f^|��^ife|^^^^^j^ ji^>  �����*���       4^   >^    ��A^ax  ~>   <���>  ^g_s___r  ^^������������^���ttrftt-*.!  Use  mSUSi  en's  of Tar and  Cod Liver Oil  reriabie iifiiieaT use m<  successful known is at once  a  to cure you and keep you well.       |  Iyarge bottfie 35 cents; all dealers.  J. LI  iCa*rsayta>  ���rJtf  Distributors for Western Canada  Foley Bros. Larson & Go.  Winnipeg, Edmonton,.  Vancouver, Saskatoon  AS. HOOD  - Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.     . General Agents.  Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  * -r <> l        .  Lumber and Wood  When   in   need  of   LUMBER,  ./      LATH,   SHINGLES,   CORD-  WOOD   or   SLABWOOD    I  can   fill   your   order   promptly.  C. A, ROSS        Phone A44  leaverdell stage  now  nte fascinator; ap-   lBPlv  to J. TromT  Wm. S, Macy of Spol  i# city Thursday evening.  A gold locket and chain awan*�� an  owner at the Pioneer office.  E. Bailey is disposing of his business  in Eholt andJtejuioi^ng to Spokane.  if Eholt returned  to Spokane.  Calgarjtiaws teen  f PhoeninH-Kal.  no  IS ALWAYS GOOD when you  are in good health and spirits and  have energy to  make   things   hum  Phoenix Beer  will make you healthier and happier,  give you more strength and vigor  to infuse activity into your business  PHOENIX BEER is not only a  tonic, it is a system cleanser, a  digestion assistant, a muscle builder  and a lifebrightener. It keeps the  doctor away.    Try it.  Phone 23  PHOENIX BREWING GO.  Wanted���Men and Women to learn  1 ��arber trade. Have opened one of our  famous colleges in Calgary. Positions  furnished ; wages from $20 to $30  weekly ; 10,000 graduates placed lost  vear. Illustrated catalogue free. Write  Moler Barber College, 600 Centre ����__,.  Calgary, Alberta.  appointed matro!  This is Granby payday a:  doubt infuse spirit into Christ  ing. ���'.-,.  The Joshua Simpkins company played to a good house on Wednesday evening.  Mrs. E. A. Black returned on Thursday from a visit ^th friends in Spokane.  '/' ������������;������ '��� \   , '  Rev. Henry Steele of Graind ..Fo^ks  was in the city for a few da#s this  week.      ' - .     .y    ���  A second daily ore train is nowf>eing  run o#br the Great Northern to Granby smelter.   .  W.-G.��Watson, formerly of Phoenix, j  is operating a moving picture show in  Greenwood.  Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Frelick left Grand  Forks this we��*k to take up residence  in Vancouver.  Phoenix Miners' Union will lipid its  annual Christmas l>ali on Monday eve-,  ning, Dec. 26th. - W��   '--���  Call at Almstrom's stationery-store  and inspect the large assortment of  holiday goods.  See the finest selection ..of Christmas  cards ever offered are now to l&Jrad at.  Love's Drug Store.  The Greenwood branch of the Bank  of British North America was closed  on November 30th.  ' / William Davidson/of Slocan<: organizer for district Nol ifr W; F. M., was  in town" for a few days this week.  The South Kootenay : Power company will shortly submit an irrigation  schem#to ranchers at Grand Forks.  V. Kistler of Grand- Forks, local  freight and frame agent of the Great  Northern, was in the city yesterday.  Miss McLean, who has been a nurse  in the Phoenix hospital for the past  year, leaves shortly for Calgary, Alta.  In Greenwood a petition is being circulated requesting Duncan Mcintosh  to again be a candidate for mayorality.  Phoenix public school will close for  the Christmas holidays on Friday next  and will reopen on .Monday,  Jan. 2nd.  L. Mc Adam of Green wood has moved  to his ranch at Grand Forks, which he  recently purchased from  Scott Gallo-  .way...  Do your Christmas shopping early;  you get a better selection to choose  from and it will save you worry at the  last minute.  Thomas A. Bean and bride arrived  from Ontario onj_Wsdnes'day evening.  They have^^^^^^^^g^dence in the  It istHSe intention"of the leasee of the  Miners' Union hall to establish regular  moving picture and vaudeville performances,      .-:.,.,. \     ���  A largely signed petition will be sent  to the provincial government asking  for funds 1ffi? irrigation purposes in the  Tlie Official  Tests show Dr. Price's  purity and healthfnlness   MBtr��w��� ��  ..  -BAKMPDWDER  No Alum, No Phosphate of lime  L." Fenria, formerly of the Mint hotel,  was' convicted . in .Spokane recently  under the "pure food act," where he  was running a saloon.  Miss Johnston, who has been matron  of- Phoenix, general hospital for the  past two years, leaves today on an extended visit to Honolulu.  What's the use of a good store unless  you advertise it well? Asv good advertising is a vital part of store service; a  good store must .be advertised.  Lawrence McKelvey, who has' been  on a trip to South Dakota, is expected  to return to Phoenix today and be  ready for the opening . of the hockey  season.  The Ladies' Aid of the Presbyterian;  rhurch will hold a sale of work on Dec.  20th.     Fancy kitchen aprons and  a  variety of other useful articles will be  offered.  At the next meeting of the St. Andrews Brotherhood, which will be held  in Miners' Union hall committee room  on_ Wednesday evening, Dec. 14th., at  8 p. m., Rev. S. Lundie .will deliver an  address on "The Dignity of Man.  An advertisement is like a seed. It  has to be < planted for some time in  fertile soil, before its fruits can be seen  by the'naked eye. ������    '��� -  C. D. Hunter, was in Merritt last  week in connection with the purchasing of a business there by the Hunter-  Kendrick company. f.  -  ���   "*'���       ' t   ' ~A  Arthur Butterworth,  electrician at  the Snowshoe mine, left on Wednesday  inprning:on a visit to his old/home at  Southport, England.   He expects to be  away about three months.  Two Spokane real estate agents have  been spending a few days in town  endeavouring to load up citizens wit-  some lots which are said to be within  a radius of twenty miles of the centre  of that city.   It is astonishing the ease  that these smooth-talking lot brokers  can locate buyers for property which  they can never own even though they  paid for it ten times over.    A Canadian  can never own a lot in Spokane, and  prospective   buyers   should   be   very  careful in putting their hard-earned .  ���money into  lots to which they can  never gain title.  Phoenix Electric Lighting: and Water Company  NOTICE TO CONSUMERS  Consumers burning lights all night (except in cases of emergency)  will be cut off from the service.  The supply of water is sufficient for all requirements for the winter,  but consumers must not allow water to run during cold weather to  prevent freezing. Protect your service pipes. Consumers allowing  neighbors to use water from their taps without reporting to the office of  the Company will be cut off permanently. ���  , _ A.  S.  HOOD, Secretary.  The Finest Quality in  MILK AND CREAM  Stricter - Fresh - E&jgs  J. W. Hannam? Proprietor  FIRE* LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  Insurance Agent  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE GLASS,  COMMISSIONER FOR TAKING  AFFIDAVITS.  \  PHOEHSJC.   B- O.  r�� 4t,'itt��f:os_t.j v  '��"��'_-     w���.  % mm--  Spi|!////|>!  &pS^  lt^^^3^:^^M:v '���''.���;'-���''b-  ?''Vp$'  F.^W;  B-.U'-l  ���&<&"$��,  ,--S;'fV"%-.V'--!v>^  fin^  ptifl  ���/.'K<:>^':.'i'i:,  I'.SSiS'..?'."- -  "���' -1.5-  |����f|ffi^  ilfilisses^lfr  |i��|ili;Siliiilfil^  ���*���;*';���'&$;  '^>;:.:-...'.  :'rvV^;>C?  ����!��'(&*>���> %.v4&^  x-iM%?;i  iV-~li  mws0  pUSfi  -  .-.'^s'V'-'^vi-.'  :��&��i^A&v--$'  IliflMio^^  y^Kffi-'*;'  y��;;5:w-ivr;.i..sS  am,  Bert  *>��  Klifl^^  gj^lfJB  >tf:;*r*y  Wttom^ heavy 14k.  3-oo  1 l.oo  11.oo  lO.oo  f<S^l$S^f^^lf^  Solid  ��iWtt-:<  Le^ Brooehe^ti^  ]|eaf Brooch^  |se��with ^  i:V,!.:V:^:��,..^  -    ���6.jao to 12.pO  $3.50, $4.5o and up  Gift of Gilts  Genuine Diamonds, 14 karat Gold Mounting -  |l|$n||^^  :#:/^*v':-//.:;;*fv^'--vV^::\^ ..:":  ^  13,00  24.00  IS.oo  25-oc  You will find our Prices are reasonable, our Goods tfye best  obtainable; and your Satisfaction is Guaranteed.  ^^talogye" it will compare favorably Xmas Cards.  We have the most beautiful assortment of Christmas cards that  have ever been gotten out, some in  booklet form. These are handy for  mailing.  Xmas Chocolates.  Lowney's, Ganong's, and Cad-  bury's Chocolates and Bon Bons.  These are done up in beautiful  boxes which will be kept when the  contents have disappeared.  Leather Poets.  A few select Leather Bound  Poets. Books are always sure to be  appreciated.  Writing Sets.  Fountain Pens and Silver Writing  Sets. A constant reminder if sent  to a distant friend.  China and Cut Glass.  China���a few odd pieces old  Dutch patterns. Cut Glass, Perfumery and Toilet Bottles, Ink Stands.  ladies' Chatelaines.  r  "Ladies' Chatelaines and beautiful  Leather Bags, newest styles.  Toys and Dolls.  Toys and Dolls���a nice range  from which to choose some that  wi|l please the boys and girls.  Smokers' Requisites  Case Pipes, Calabash and Meer-  shaum, Cigar and Cigarette Cases.  Ideal gifts for a smoker.  Travelling Cases.  Travelling Cases���solid leather  English make.  Hail, Spirit of Yuletide! -.  Bring forth your Christmas enthusiasm.  This is the glad season when everyone  rejoices and can put aside paltry hatred, and  make for universal goodwill toward all.  There is no pleasure like the good old  custom of giving and receiving gifts at  Christmas time���it is pleasure to both giver  and recipient���so the time is at hand to  remember our friends.. =  Before Buying  Call at Love's Drug: Store  and  and Inspect the Display of  X  \* *��� -i ___BBBS^  AS  GIFTS  We   Specialize   in     "High-Class  Goods for Small  Money"  A full line of all kinds of Fancy Goods  suitable for presents for Lady or Gentleman,  old or young. Also a good assortment of  Toys and Dolls for the Kiddies. Our range  of Greeting Cards is the finest ever showii in  Phoenix.  These goods are all marked at really low  prices for the quality, and it will afford us  great pleasure to have you see them.  Interview Santa Clau  at the Drug Store  Xmas Perfumery.  ; Colgate's^ and Pivers' Perfumes  and Toilet Waters. These are of  the very best quality and we have  them done up in elegant boxes suitable for gifts; they make a particularly acceptable present with a  Devilbiss Atomizer���the kind that  that don't clog.  Mirrors.  Mirrors���heavy bevel-plate glass  in hand, folding and on stands.  Always useful.  Dressing Cases, etc.  Dressing Cases, beautiful plush  and silk-lined; Toilet Articles of all  kinds, Hat, and Clothes Brushes,  Hair Brushes, Shaving Brushes.  Collar, Glove and Handkerchief  Boxes, Hall Sets, Whisk Holders  and Brush Sets, Military Brushes  and Manicure-Sets���genuine ebony  goods.  Shaving Sets.  Shaving Sets, nickel-plated and  plush; Gillette and Handy Razor  Sets, finest Strops. Always pleases  the man who shaves.  Xmas Novelties.  We have a splendid assortment of  Novelties-r-many   chic   and   pretty  articles which sell at a nominal price  yet make ideal gifts for Santa Claus.  Call and have a look around.  Shop Early.  Early shoppers always get the  largest choice. We have reserved  a place to keep-any purchases until  wanted. We make a specialty of  doing up parcels for mailing or  sending by express.  X  fa.  'Jit.  m  \  �� J L!>V  i  $ Hunter-Kendrick at Merritt  * One of the most important mercantile transactions in the history of  .Nicola ^Valley was cogsumated early  this,. < week / when  the Hunter-Ken-  /drick Co.,.obtained a partnership and  ^interest in the business of G. B.  /Armstrong. The new regime will Musketeers  *take charge about the end of Jan-  Tuary and as the agreement stipulates  '.an "option to purchase TTis generally  ^conceded that Mr. Armstrong will  ���^ultimately dispose of his entire interests.  y >  'i   The fine, big, new building being  /erected by Mr. Armstrong will be  .ready by the end of the year and the  business will be transferred to those  /quarters.���Merritt News.  ��   B. C. Secures Gold Medal  ','j Official notice has   been   received  , by the Provincial, government that  . the' British Columbia fruit display at  the -Toronto exhibition had won the  gold medal. ,  ;/"No otherexhibit in the Provin-  cial space attracted so much atten-  tjomas.that of British Columbia;"  writes Dr. J. O. Orr, exhibition sec-  r;etary. " '���"' * Visitors from England  v^hojwere especially,directed to your  eochibit/were simply astonished/that  sidchi fruit could be produced, in  British "Columbia^ The number of  visitors at this year's Toronto exhibition was 80,000 in excess1 of last  year's attendance. t. //   i, -,'-, /,//,'  Sanford Dodge  Company  The   Sanford    Dodge    company  gave three performances in the" local  tfSpera house this week which vv^ere  of a standard    Phoenix   audiences  have seldom had the opportunity of  seeing.    They played   "The Three  on     Monday,     "The  Merchant of Venice" Tuesday and  "Faust"   on    Friday   evening,   and  they   were   each   excellent   productions.     Of distinct histrionic ability  himself,  Mr.  Dodge is. assisted by  talented associates,  and they leave  little to be desired with the limited  stage opportunities at their disposal.  Space  will    not   permit  of special  mention of the various  members of  the  company and   their  successful  "characterizations,     although     Mr.  Dodge   "was   equally  good   as   the  spirited though  irresponsible D'Ar-  tagnan,    or    the    blood-revenging  "Shylock,"..or "Mephisto."  Great Reductions  pi Ladies Winter  Underwear   ' - >':  ^/Lackie-McDavis EJout  /fV.^McDavis of Grand. Forks and  ��cotty Lackie of Phoenix, will, box  fifteen rounds in the . local opera  house on Thursday evening, Dec.  l��thv As the date draws near  much enthusiasm is being-taken in  the mill, which is expected4 to provide the,greatest feast, that boxing  fans have seen locally. Both men  are making every effort to get into  condition.  Getting Ready for Christmas.  The spirit of Christmas is beginning to show itself, and the best  evidence of that fact is a handsomely  illustrated Jewellery Catalogue now  being distributed by E. A. Black.  ft is a decided advance over anything previously attempted in a local  way, and is equal in printing and  illustration to the best efforts of the  big Mail Order Houses. It is. intended to emphasize the advantage  of doing all your buying at home,  ancr^shows by actual comparisons  how. you can save money by dealing  with your local Jeweller. > . This  Catalogue suggests the appropriate  thing for everyone's Christmas, and  gives you a chance for deliberate  selection with everything guaranteed  precisely as represented.  We have bought exceptionally heavy in LADIES'  UNDERWEAR of all kinds this fall, therefore  we are compelled to offer them to the public for  a few days at a very low price, in order to reduce  the stock.  . Your requirements will   be  very easily satis  fied, both in Quality and Price:  Winter Weight Cotton Underwear, Reg. 50c .now 37>_c  Part Wool and Cotton  Heavy Weight Wool  Pure Wool Ribbed  Plain Knit  i<  <<  Million Dollar Cheque  .Negotiations for the purchase of  the Pacific Whaling company by the  C*. Nj R., have now been closed. It  is'.reported that the railway company  issued this week a million dollar  cheque, as first payment���the biggest negotiable cheque ever made  out in British Columbia.  -���-  ��Dry   wood   in   car  lots for sale;  apply to J. Trombley, Phoenix.  Greenwood Miners' Union  Greenwood semi-annual election  of officers resulted as follows: President, John Docksteader; vice-  president, John Cuthbertson; second  vice-president, D. E. McDonald;  third vice-president, R. J. Campbell;  financial secretary, Lester McKen-  zie; treasurer, George Robinson;  recording secretary, Thomas Bra-  nagan; conductor, William Lawson;  warden, Dan McLeod; trustees,  John Docksteader, James Cuthbertson, D. E. McDonald, Lester  McKenzie, Archie McLean; delegates to district convention, Lester  McKenzie, D. E. McDonald, Thos.  Branagan.  {<  (<  u  (<  n  ti  ii  a  t i  Extra Fine  Fine Merino  Combinations  Combinations  u  u  a  n  a  it  u  a  ((  75c.  . now 60c  ((  1.00..  now 80c  ((  1.25..  . now 1.00  11  1.25 .  . now 1.00  a  1.50..  now 1.20  a  2.00..  now 1.60  <(  2.50..  . now 2.00  i<  3.25.  . now 2.75  Extra Heavy Combinations   5.6o.. .now 3.75  12 DOZEN NATURAL WOOL UNDERWEAR  TO OLEAR���  ���       ��       ���       .       .      ���       / %>v>  $1.00 Quality for  $1.50 and $1.25  95c  rop In Prices of  I ;Hanns9 Bacon and Larci  / The market at present Warrants  us   to   lower our prices in these  ./goods.    An inspection  of our  display   will  show  that  this is no  " Sluff"-,sale, as the Quality is very choice.*-  Hs&ms, 25c. per lb. Bacon, 27c. per lb.  Pure Leaf S-ac-cS, 31b. PaiS -   -   -   -   -   -   70c.  Pure Leaf* Lard, 6lb. Pail -   -   -   -   -   - $1.10  Pure Leaf B-arcl, 101b. " ''������:���-   -   -   -   -   -$2.15  Phone 2   " '���%.:��� Phone 2  The Hunter-Kendrick Co.  ���<#>���  Dolls, Toys, Leather Good  Fancy Goods of All Kind  The first consignment of our Holiday Goods have  already arrived and we will soon have a complete  stock of all the latest Novelties for Christmas.  . It will soon be time for Christmas presents for  friends in the Old Country and distant parts to be  selected. A nice range of useful articles that are  easily mailed will be found at our store.  STATIONERY AND  FANCY GOODS  _F%J__BB _P*_|���3  -m  THE  1  Employs a System Which Makes it  Easy for its Out-of-Town Depositors  To Open Accounts /a nd Transact  Business   by   Mail  With   Any   of   Its  Eighty - One Branch Offices    81  Detailed Information Furnished on Request  tRC&ilJtt'aST&uiG&ii


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