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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Dec 7, 1912

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 "r'-f'ff'Mif'l'   1   '1 I If 11 mn fcji ysHsljUHl  tuNWtiiwns &-%*.^��*rti'��--  tt��3fa j^i1"' ��� i ������"���^frteaaa  ^^j7^H��TO^nyjMHw��jp>wfa=iyiK��iaf*i  ��ES$S&KC^^  ^���rirr.r����-  ����.C^ ....    .. r   WpW!8H*f*M!Ji&��i  <#!rSffi!W5^  awaai'MWi*����t������'��TO''"��"' liiwliMlWSWSjl  TT  /I  ��      >  ���ft  Tlor- largest copper mines in  the Dominion are situated  ut Phoenix. The Grun by  (Jo. employs 500 men, and  has -ji^ monthly ,pay, i-oll of,  ovei1 ^fepipOO, while tbeJElaw-  hMo pay roll is $18,000.';,  -. Hi" )    i -    ���'   '       ���   il       U  .'   1     <���'���������  ->l*  ��� ;;  "V.  MA  Devoted to the Interests of th$ jpe^ndary Mining District  *.'*,* "->rl j - i*F..v   off'* 'iic  FOURTEENTH, YEAR  T?  "V  1    l V M  *7rr  NIX    PlOtfBBR* to'I  in the highest;"J  lifcy in Canada���  e, 4,800 ft. ��� The city j  a population of 1,500,7 I  and possesses first-class ;>  hotelb, opera house, schools' j  PHOENIX,, B.C., SATURDAY,  DECEMBER 7,  1912  ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING  RINK SKAREHOLDERS  President J. E. Thompson -Makes  Speech ��� $4,000 ICailectedH., <  Five Directors Aopointed/- 7(  j"A"-' -r >' ? - jv7 '���'",   A?'r "  <,1The meeting,'of'which^due notice  h:id  been^'giveni' every stockholder  in the Phoenix Curling and Skating  rink, took place  on   b'riday night in  the lodgeroom of the* Miners' Union  hall.     J.   E.    Thompson ."presided,  and from first to last the proceedings  were marked by complete harmony.  The   'president    in   hbis^ .opening  speech, explained ^he,, reasons,- for  calling"the   meeting   and  remarked  that the" time   had   now "arrived to  decide on the system   by which the  rink \shouId,ibe'srun.L,"No* share1  holder, he thought had invested his  money with  the  object of making a  good thing out ot it, and if a reasonable per   centage   was   returned  he  thought ^ that .everyone   would    be  satisfied with  the splendid fact that  they had   provided a winter place of  amusement4 for     themselves      and  ' families', while .'.at the ' same time  they had helped materially in keeping - Phoenix well to the fore in the  western   hockey   world;   they- had  ' also made _'it   possible   for a winter  carnival to be held in the town.  .Vdiscussiod   then took place and  '"      1 <  various    schemes   were   suggested.  Finally on   a  motion,   unanimously  ���carried, il was   decided to leave the  , rink to the   management of a board  of directors, with lull powers,-    The  following   are    the    names    of   the  directors: Geo.   Rogers,  Q.  Work,  C. A. Campbell, J. McLaughlin and  A. O. Johnson.  During   tlie course   of  debate   it  transpired that considerable feeling  existed  --^gainst- ^-the -- ^revioas'  methods ��� employed for -raising the  funds for'the' hockey'dub,   and it  'is -though* f-t-hat,"sulfic��er��t. '-he.p'=wilr  *be given&bOTvshycibev r4nk director-*  y,�� 1  former Vniethods {unnecessary. As  ststnri/e,,will also'' h'elgive'ii the ski  'club, who have:4&rierous1y bowed  to public opinion aria" are to erect a  'ski course in the centre of the town.  tTKefe was"a large attendance. Up  t6*tne present the sum of $4000 has  been.collected,- while $870Q'has<been  promised-' r    s*   J  -**4   '" *  cr  T_  **&&'  Hock  At a meeting of the New Denver  Hockey* club, held recently, the  following ^officers were' elected: G.  H. Aylard, hon. pres.; H. Clever,  pres. ;*�� E. Angrignon, vice-pres.;  Bert Nelson, ^secretary and E. H.  Grubbe, ,,captain. , The secretary  was,instt-ucted,t6 communicate with  clubs in neighbouring towns with  the "object "of forming. aJ'Slbcan dis-  tnct-ieague. .' - <  Tlie Trail Hockey club is going  -to have some class hockey this winter, says the Trail Creek News, and  will start out with a club membership of over a hundred, while thc  canvassing'coihmittee will easily run  the total up to over two hundred.  Sibbald, the' jeweler, is prepared to  put up a handsome cup, emblematic of the championship of the Kootenay league. Dr. Thorn will put  up a handsome cup or trophy, emblematic of the city championship.  Ellis and 'Williams, the crack  Cranbrook players, are certainties.  The former arrived on Wednesday  and the  latter will report this even-  !?K- . .   To Speak in Phoenix  Woiu was recently received in  Phoenix from.the. Rev. J. W. Williamson,.field worker of the Provincial Christian Endeavor Union, that  he purposes to visit Phoenix on  Tuesday next, November 10th, with  the object of addressing a meeting  i��v^fr��^��i*y*e��jMi>��^Aur<^.'r?r5?he-  society.ldie- -represents is entirely  non-sectarian i��nd-. a -cordial invita-  -tion-is^jaended'-to^the-anemfaers-of  B.C. Mining  Another pocket of ore was crosscut  in the deep-level tunnel of the Star at  Sandon last week. The tunnel is  about 200 feet from where it' is expected   the   big ore   shute will   be  found.  1 1  , To facilitate the sinking of the  shaft at the Silver Dollar mine, at  Salmo, the Consolidated Mining and  Smelting Co. are installing a steam  hoist. The shaft at present is sunk  to a depth of 80 feet by hand work,  and it is reported that favorable  results have been   met  with.      The  I . A ���'"  property is bonded by the big company from Messrs. Culbine and  Salisbury.  The ledge on the 1,650-toot level  of the Le Roi is developing in a very  satisfactory manner. It averages  six feet in width and has been developed for a length of 160 feet. It is  estimated from what ore is in sight  that it will yield 1,600 tons. It is  probable, too, that it extends downward for a considerable distance,  and in this_ event it will add very  largely to the ore reserve.���Miner.  For' the past three weeks' the  White Pass has been running daily  ore trains from the mines at Pueblo  bringing over about 225 tons with  each shipment. It is the intention  of the company to maintain the  present rate of output from the  mines all winter and doubtless interminably. There are something  over two thousand  tons   of   ore   in  riSjiJcjige of Grand Forks Man  ;)WJbile���returning from his ranch  las* Monday afternoon, John Swan-  'son, foreman of the Granby mines,  had flccasion to enter a shack, situ-  $J:e about a mile from  the Athelstan  .mine^for the purpose of securing a  bucket or  some such  receptacle for  ^watering his horses.    On entering  jthe. cabin he was horrified'to see the  bpdy of a 'man   hanging 'by a  rope  jrorh one of the beams.     Mr. Swan-  %'o\h on his arrival   in town at once  ijptified Geo. Stanfieldof the Provin-  cjaj Police, who immediately left for  the place/and brought  in the body.  The body was later identified by A.  p."Johnson  and   several others as  that of Chas'. E. Peterson, a former  partner of C.   Eastman,  late of the  jCoJin Jiotel Grand  Fork's.    At the  j^quest, - which  was empanelled by  Coroner Black of Greenwood, it was  divulged that.the deceased had been  in Phoenix  the week  previous, and  'wasdast seen alive by Jos. Bassett  on  November   25th   as   he  passed  Number 21  NEW SKI COURSE  UNDER CONSTRUCTION  Forty Foot Scaffold to be Built  ' on Montezuma Hill���Engen  Talks on Ski-ing.  The following short history of  ski-ing and ski jumping has been  furnished us by Engwald Engen,  president of the Phoenix Ski club.  Mr. Ehgen is a ski jumper with an  international reputation and is at  present the indisputed champion of  the Dominion, with a standing record jump of 113>�� feet to his  credit:  "Unlike the use of snowshoes,  whose history is hoary with antiquity, the use of skis is of practically  modern inception. The Laplanders  are credited with the invention of  skis about fifty years ago, that  method of locomotion being found  very  useful  on the  deep  snow  of  at  through Hartford apparently bound their country. The Norwegians in  for ��he Forks. The jury returned a* the northern part of Norway quick-  verdict of "suicide." ly saw the advantages that the new  method presented and accordingly  were not slow in following suit.  These latter people in turn originated  the sport of ski jumping.  At first all the jumping was done  with the aid of a hardwood staff,  which even the present day novices  find most useful  as a preventative  15,000 Lives Lost  Despatches to ,.the State department at Washington' confirm ,the  news of the loss of 15,000 lives in  a typhoon, which' swept thc Philli-  pine islands last week. The capital  town of the island of Leyte  practically destroyed.  was  club in America was formed  Eshpeming, in , Michigan, y. When  first I arrived in Minneapblis/there  was no ski organization,' but there  being a number of enthusiasts'already there it'was no't longrbcfore  we had one formed. Ths nature of  the country, however, did not conduce to high speed or big jumps so  we erected a scaffold 100 fecthigh  and tn the tournaments which followed some very creditable jumps  were recorded. Eventually, the club  seut representatives to all the big  events where they made quite a name  for themselves and the club.  One of the largest tournaments  ever held was that in 1907,!/which  took place at DuIuth.-'The jump-  off was 180 feet in height and the  average speed attained was forty  miles an hour. About 68 competitors entered the contests, and a record jump of 112 feet was made by  Ola Ferang of theDuluth club.  Today there are over twenty  clubs in existence* in the northern  States and the sport is now steadily  increasing in popularity. The world's  standing jump record is held by  Hangen of Stocton, Wis., who succeeded in clearing 152ft., although  the longest jump recorded is that  made by Barney Reilly, of Red  Wing, Minn.,, who accomplished a  tremendous leap of -154 feet; but  owing to his not landing on his feet  he was disqualified.  In the year 1910,  the ski jumpers  ,alJlthe''��burirfmsmndrS��ndity��schools'  ate that'-fwill -wake 'a*-irepetiti��n'of'iin the city. '    >  \, ��� ,   '���\ * :  iiwo   brothers,   named Hemestwett, j invaded   Phoenix    aud'formed   the  Pavilion III m the Lead evidently under the  impression that! Phoenix Ski club with  20 members  bunkers at the wharf, a part of which 1     T**? ^S?r'" attendan" dlS"?  ������   us*   of   "**��  ��-   to��   tame,   four of whom were Jumpers      1  wiU be loaded into the   hold   of  the ft? fj��f mf*�� wrat>   won   *   D"-   commenced th* daring  practice  of happy.to say that th. s^h^be-  !!lonH!   ??.th.C   ?"^      ~.        ' jumping, without    their   aid.      The\come most popular  in   Phoenix,   so  am  diyjgj'qti' follow^dq closely with 90  percent, whiles1 th*. 6rst trailed be-  WaShington, which is expected into  port soon, subsequent cargoes to go  fourth as other boats arrive.  Lorenzo Alexander,   expert for a  wealthy syndicate of operations   of  yictosiiL,,. -ar tav<d-Jo>-Hfaineetpn "'oa-  1 Friday, last' on' mining business: drie  .went to Copper mountain <on Satur-  day^urajmpanied by "W.   J.   Kwk-i^^i,^ -ir<^cbed   j���   three years  .paerickjand .L���Q-yCmaffaiMrd^xBSjKe-^ , of \th'e  sentatives and parti owners*ofbthirty.  two mineral claims situate" between  of the  public school,'    -,,umpingl  percentage Mog^'92.    The-second  new metllo^^g^ on, ��� we s��yt\much so, that, at .the present time  we can count as  many as 56 on our  hind w>th 8^ P*? ��*"*��� The success  <|f division IJ I. is'ail the more re-  Tna^a%fe*as^SSat <3ass is^^mposftd  of the >onngeslripupHsittfthfe .school,  iheirnNovernber   record -Jjeing.Jthe  Malawi Grapes, 35c. lb.  Extra Fancy Apples, $1.50 box  Cape God Cranberries, 20c, lb.  Cauliflower'y 15c, head  EGGS, CREAMERY BUTTER  ���''���*%  Fairfield E^gs, 40c. doz.  Pa:ncy Creamery Butter, 2 lbs.  [for 75c,  *���*  All the fixings for your  CHRISTMAS CAKE  are here.    Get them early.  part-in   lowering   their -percentage  Voigt's camp and the   Similkameen /     revision    I (31 pupils)���'Kathleen  and in a short time the two brothers  became quijte^ popular not only  throughout Scandinavia, but on this  ,i^^7ti%~Ariimttc:^73*h��"fir^t^ex-  hibition in which theyto6k part in  the, United   States  was   given    in i  various  tovvos throughout Wiscon-l^f ��viuter pastimes.  l^rMitiutpm^ndrMinneHata in the I    w Q Mmer   dfWsionflI supfc> of the  . -    J.   .  . ,        . ,    ^       _     winter of 1885, their  /ocgestjirmp  opR from  Nel8on dining  wmor division i>layed^n anfbrtunate \being pQft. ^ week     A ��ua00r roadmoster for  rolls, including 16 expert ski jumpers, we are building the new ski  course-above the new rink and hope  this year to arouse considerably  more interest in this   most  exciting  In the following year the first ski/the same company was also a visitor.  river. He returned Monday, ap  parently well pleased with, all that  he had observed, and will report to  his company at once. Should this  proposed deal mature, as expected,  an amount of over $50,000 will be  distributed among local parties.���  Similkameen Star.  -��������� The work done upon the Consolidated M. and S. Co's. property on  Copper creek during the past  summer consists of 59 feet of cross  cut tunnel, but it is expected that  another 50 or 70 feet will have to  be driven before the lead is struck.  At another point the lead has  been crosscut by a 20 foot tunnel  and here a splendid showing of  copper ore has been opened up. At  this point the lead is four feet wide.  Supt. Bekke exects to return next  spring and-will work the property  all summer. There was a rumor  around town that the Silver Hoard  has been acquired by the Consolidated. Thc rumor proved false.���  Koolenian.  Boundary Ore Tonnages  Following are the returns of the  output of the Granby mines and  smelter for the week ending Dec.  1st, and the B.C. Copper company  for the week ending Nov. 24th, and  year to date:  Granby ....21,968 1,136,987  Mother Lode......   8,216    423,853  Rawhide . . . . .   6,498    234,864  Napoleon. ."    725      13,180  Queen Victoria.... . . 66  Others............ '  ..54      12,295  ���     SMELTER TONNAGES  Granby  .24,140 1,144,202  B. C. Copper Co... 15,197   610(868  B. C. Copper Treatment  The B. C. Columbia company's  smelter treated 15,1197 tons of ore  this week, as follows: Mother Lode,  7,408; Rawhide, 7,019; Napoleon,  716; Queen Victoria, ..; others, 54.  Carson, E. Case,' J. Dermody,  Kathleen' Draisey, Marjorie Elkins,  Annie5 Hendrickson, Marjorie Mc-  Camrrjon, W. . Owen, F.7 Walters  and W. McCam'mon. 7  Division IL (41 pupils)���Evelyn  Draisey, T. Catterini, Helen Elkins,  Maggie Foukes, Elizabeth Hanson,  Edith Johnson, Ruth Kohrdt, K.  McKilla, Elizabeth Mussatto, J. McDonald; J. Owen, R. Owen, J.  Rowlands, O. Rowlands, Ingrid  Peterson, W. Suzzda;' Margaret  Suzzda, H.  Stafford,   M. TVezzetti,  O.Vick.  Division III (46pupils)���H. Bakke  J. Campbell, A. Catterini, O. Dock-  steader,JMartha Jakson, Ella Johnson, H. Johnson, Muriel Miller,  Angelina Mussatto, Susie Makie,  Hellie Roine, Meriana Rukas, V.  Smith; C. Stafford, J. Suzzda.  ���. _���   Lead Widening Out  The tunnel which is being run  from the Goodenough into the Dun-  din at Sandon is showing up even  more encouraging than was expected. The drift is now within fifty  feet of the former's line and the  lead.has now opened up a couple of  inches more. With the exception  of one of the partners, A. Shilland  of Sandon, the property is owned  exclusively by local parties. The  rights to use the tunnel of the  Goodenough, together with 120 feet  feet of ground, were secured a  short time ago and almost every  foot of the t20 feet has proved highly productive. The average assay  returns are about $175 per ton.  In our report last, week of the  visit of Donald Fraser, of London,  Ont., to the property of the Phoenix  Mining, Smelting and Development company, near Beaverdell,  n clerical error appeared which gave  the number of sacks ready for ship  merit as severity. This should have  cead 700..;   -  Overcoats E* Suits  Fresh Stock of Overcoats,  Suits, Hats, Ties, and the  the latest "Curtiss" Collar  Every day brings new evidence that  our Clothing and our methods are  attracting nii'ii of critical taste���  men who know quality in fabrics,  perfection in tailoring, correct .style  and accurate fit.  Our Overcoats and Suits  are essentially gal-incuts of quality,  and represent; the highest stage of  perfection known, to the art of fine  tailoring.    Call and we will prove it.  Large Assortment of Penman's Winter Underwear  The Underwear without a fault���  They fit���-they wear better���No difference in cost���;biitiniii:h in quality,  in economy and in comfort-.  We carry a fine line of  "Ames-Holden" and "Mc-  Cready Shoes. See Them.  Why not call and iuspect our New Stock of FURNITUKE,  CARPETS, RUGS. LINOLEUMS, SOFAS, TRUNKS,  VALISES, anil  other  articles too numerous lo mention.  THE HOME OF RESTMORE MATTRESS  YOUR SWEATER COAT IS HKRK.     CALL TODAY AND OKT IT.  ��'^"*��r*^l��A-*H w+v.-jfw;.*"*!.. ���y,  ��� ���'\f:  '���'->v:'::'  m  fl&gl'IQNi^  ssn  riC^ncehtrat^ f^  ��T,rii 'Win in laimmmdmm^m^mmimimmmimJ  if'#ii*':i*$�� 7.:M .'777 ^?'7:7.-vV'/^;'^^77:,;JaS^  ^ata^I^t^  '���^���^'!^';i,;,'-./"r"!r*<v ���,:'';,!1T5-;!f'0;i.'   ....���.:��������� fig��,:vrt��;;<i* .��,��3y'������  tneyihay^  ��|||ti*^  had been missing for some time was  found in the lake at Silverton a few  ���}s'^jy-'^!1.,ryt;y,\fr:,<yv$..A,.'-,f'i i.j'i-i.,i_.'j;-"t.-fi -j't'^.-j 'i-'..*.r'.'~i,j~y:.f  ���days/ag&^^  ���"������"���"���' ������  TSj:^^)'.^'  prbyihc#durin^  ;.w$eiiiiif$^  .;i.l'7.-.i ,;. {-. :;,.^.a ':���*,'.��� il (*J <;'���','i.'ir��"-;' >'J( ,'" ���''ii '���('���* a1- ������a1:':.'4 t-! *-^''��/'-' j- ���   '-'jt'i*: ���f'l\ '.  ;.wHer^jlie7^pe^7to sey;;.som.^;l^:the.  'ftfgjtive|;#whp';.is fa.7 squaw'' m'taiffis  wah&d4for:^  and!yaVwomani7;>S:HeS:ih^s^a  .. wburid }inthe; cbfes P.ikk^kMk-'-r^k^k  ,.:;.;. Th'e/^Pbytuguese^Goyfernrn'erifv  'cbmefito'theidecisjbn  ture^jewels, works of art and'^otheic  p'rqper^^^  ,^df:C}ueen>ArneIie!,snair be',,;'sent7to  jtliem';\-ln7 7' Londbn^7:'"in' "order"; to  at'iwati:.   i >'s   >���^i'7i!-;:7;'i  ��� ���.  - r.-.-,,i.i-,.,.v-.v..-..--v. ���������x-k^Wlti-M^k  , A plan is on foot in Pnnce Rupert  i*-       r   ^,���:V^.-?/l.^;l1�����/,v.���'-^.���/.yi;���.r��>^:J;���J..;f(���J7^,  to have a road built  around  Kaien  island,   the   estimated . cbift: tbeing  '-���'������-���.,-���' i;<':j:,lr;rk'.i<.r:<:,M^Ki' .^v'.M���fy!;J<7I,*���  $150,0TO.7;Its length wilh,r^^^^^  miles. ;|7::j;i7p^K  Ten thousand sovereigns have been.  sto!enrfrom a ^consignment of. 200,'-  000 shipped[(tr/i-Alexandriai,,^When  the boxes, Were opened on1 ?' arrival  two, were found toibe .filled -with  lead.   > ���,      ,     ~  -  :' Colonel :Roy,,, recently, iri\/command of (the fourth division .of the  ���Canadian militia, was given a banquet in Montreal previous to his departure, for British, Columbia, .to  which military command! he has  SEALED TENDERS addressed to the j bee"'appointed. ".      '<-'"'[   <  endorsed "Tender fori * Dr. Frederick A/Cook dikBr'ook-  Greenwpod, B.C." wilt tfa ,N   v.'.-still claimingYto be'the  this, office until 4 p.m., J I. ���     f,. ,w    ��wn'Y��   ' ���    a   ���    r ....  _���, December 9, 1912. for-the  d'scoverer of the North Pole, arrived  ^m^^amiOKBtiAST construction* of a >ublic Building at! m Seattle  on Saturday Vlast, when  Greenwood, B.C. ' u I Thanksgiving   festivities 7 were ' at  %;     Plans, specification and form of con-] their'height. J However;' ;'tfiere was  separate: thebelongings, of-the royal  family; FrpnV those of ^thV* state,^ old  iqyejftp^  iri'g''coritluIted'/''^7'':;'7''A:^  ';:yJkX;��W^y<:y' p^'-'M--k^r^^u^-'^."i  .   .According to a. recent announce?  ��� mentj.7jScott's 7: Shipbuilding^and  '������ Erigine'er Company, Lim ited, Greelir  .oclciv^have 7 contracted; witn vtfie  Cunard Line to build aripther ,large  thl���.".'* ,V'/vi'".'i'.Vri.',i,.r; ������',-��� ^:-!'!i;';���7^���.;''''*i:;|,' ri.'l'ifi.'���.  twin-screw passenger steamer.   The  new vessel will be "larger ; that   the  two'. wtoch7'Me^srs;' 'Scott i.are .i:.'.now  building, for ��� the Cunard, Jcbinpany  arid itiiifunderst^  the largest vessel ye    built   in   the  Idwer reac'hes of the Clyde., ,7  A highway to  be known  as  the  Victoria-Campbell River trunk road  is    established by" a notice   which  ��� i'       >  appears in the current number of the  official.Gazette.   The highway  will  be forty fee't wide!  ' 'It  commences  on the left bank' of a branch  of the  Cowichan River, in the center of the  Ciem-Clem-a-letz bridge, arid   runs  to a point on the district line between  the districts 'of' Oyster   and   Che-  ����� .    r �� *iiil"  mainus,    the 'total ' length '. being  nineteen and aJh'alf miles.  Its fame is worldwide. Its supedori  unquestioned. Its use is a protection  against alum food. In buying baking  powder examine the label carefully  and be sure the powder is made from  cream of tartar. Other kinds do not  make the food healthful.  i j tract can be seen and forms of, tender  obtained at the office of Mr^yfm. Henderson/'Resident Architect, Victoria,  B.C., ''at the Post Office, Greenwood,  'B.C./and at this*Department.  > Persons 'tendering are notified"- that  tenders will not be considered usless  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 each member  of the firm must be given!        '  4  i Each tender must lie''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  ^fggssasi m '.I    y     ���^���������������^-���-^-f|aB1 person tendering decline to enteKinto a  %Mi0m0i0m]^^ contract when called upon to do so, or  tmmmtMM&FWAm&m!^ fail to.complete the wbrkcontracted forv  he tender be not accepted the cheque  be returned.,,.    ,     *',/ - ,,  he Department^doe's not' bind itself  ��� accept the lowest or any tender.  ' between *' the    two  Healed ty Zam-Buk  no connectioh  events.' ���       r-v>'  Commissioner Black  is negotiating with.the Granville Power Coni- [t*���!*** i���J; "w. ���"*���*�� a�� fch?��*��  ���"   -!���*��� *:".f,-  , * Zam-Buk will be found the surest and  pany,to supply power and! lights  to quickest ren?edy       Sometimes  cold  Cold sores, chapped' hands,   ulcers,  and winter,   eczema    are    common  |jl��if^:<@7����$;77;S7^7........... ,���,.,.,.,.,. ...,.,��� ^..... ,t-.._ .....      .sis  Jfffliiflpfel  Pho��nix,  iftsy th O.S',;->;i?:  f7  l*i   ^���"50rS'ii'S;AHSSoi��iiiimt����^^  One WayrTo^t*Hbnie   ,  \ ^'fWatited;   passige^workfers M:o  Liverpool."       Such   (s   the' notice  the government and citizens of  Dawsdn at-greatly reduced prices.  The average rate charged by the  company now . supplying is forty  ceiits^per kilowatt hour. The proposed average rate is ten cents..  The "King.'*' printer' gives  notice  that the new'and'revised edition of  the'-Supreme7 Court   rules  is  now  ready/and copies- may; be  had {of  five dollars, rwithi^pbstage and  registration twenty-sfive, cents-   exfra.  Nb notice will be taken of orders far  By.order, k~-   r . /,,. u    -J copies Unless accompanied  byr cash  R. C. DESROCHERS,    (or certified cheques.' ?>    *   iji>      '  Secretary.]    gueen Ale^rtdra celebratwl  her,  sixty^ejrghth   birthday   on   Sunday  surrbufided by theWmedratet; members of the royal family.. Since  tne  death 6f King Edward slie Has been  less inclined to, make  the ^celebration a festive  event.''' It  il under-  U r t- J T  stood that her majesty's health is  better *now than for'severaPyears  past.   �����' - 3'[\''    '; k  The ^provincial' police* authorities  believejthat the' rew'ard^of'five .hundred dollars for the ���arrest ofJWm."  Mclaughlin, will prove1 a*'powerful  attraction'to the 'Indidn's","who'are  suspected  of sheltering- 'tiirn.' The  r���_ for this  . they insert it without  authority-from the Department. ���29986.  SATJSFAG^O^lJfiUpRANTEED  Mlfliif?,f ���>������:.  ..,���..>:Av^l0kkPH6tmiXf B.Oii:  imijii%'?::-'\:?vkm-3fitff^ ^i���".".���'''.' :,���:������;.'���       ������;: -v'';"-,'''  ri��MMMMmwMsnmssMis^^  ^m<k;.  .ft A-     ���-���     -  wgm  WxP.  CX:.  "MtofeSS^'WS-1?; i-'.'rt ��� ����� i-��i v.'  iTamarat,; dbiitble cuti  p^r^cord, $7.00.,; ���:  ���outside the door, ofr-a cattle export  agent in Montreal.-" At this season of tbe year Montreal MsfullW  men _ who^ would... wijlingly work  their passage back" to'the Old Country���men who have made a bit and  want to run home on the cheap,  and men who have lost the little  bit they had and yearn for the home  they have left.  Cattle tenders are the usual billets  of this  type, r but  on  this occasion  the advertisement deals with work  of 'another   kind.      Stewards   are  ;Wanted,ahd for Ja great liner.   The  applications7 for    the   chance   are  numerous; but  the conditions make  one'pause77 It is more than passage  working.    It is a case  of working  and sorneone7closing on the pay and  a bit more.7'.....    ,{  7 The ifieh are signed on at $17.20  per rtiOiith.:That means to say that  about $8 will be  paid  for'a single  trip.    The men are signed 011 under  the ordiriaryTiconditions of- service,  the only proviso being that they can  pifc^?:$e;end   of 'the trip^l' They  wil( -be given) a discharge in the'^or-  dinaiy;.7way777"or they t may sign on  ^g^^MfyHtiketufh trip if required.  All this 7reads  very fine,   but when  6niej;t^^s77into   account   that ,'the  applicants .mtist  pay a  fee   of$10  before1 this attractive job is theirs, it  takes the giltoff the gingerbread.  spected  of sheltering 'tiirn.' The  London Punch on Canada  Canada is; a land of extremes.     In  summer the weather is so hot  that  *l  ijc' ��� "<j in ' ' '     1-     J asbestos   lining    on   the    fireproof  VOld OOreSanCl UlCerS, APe I buildings has been known   to   melt,  and in winter the snow  is  so  deep  that special elevators   have > to   be  constructed to convey the   residents  down to the roofs of their dwellings.  The principal pastimes in the country are log-rolling,   broncho busting  and exploriug.    The  first, consists  in letting loose a   large  number  of  tree trunks on a swifttiver and then  jumping "froth * one   to another; the  second is the art of 'remaining on  a horse which is convinced that you  belong  somewhere   else;   and   the  third  is indulged in because otherwise so much of the country  would  go to waste. 'But it must be admitted  ;tbat-therextraordinary .variations in  temperature���in . some -parts���are  hot" without' effect ? on' the 'inhabitants.   -They have to cram  a year's  work-into six months,- because it is  far too cbld during the winter, to do  anything except sit with their feet on  the stove,    talking   politics.    Canadians drink rye whiskey in   preference to the kind produced by Bonnie  Scotland.    This, is,   perhaps,   their  greatest achievement.     ���        ���  sores arise from chilblains on the toes  or fingei>s, and in the former case,  where colored wocks are worn, there  is ' a danger of blood-posioning' 'from  the dye. ZaiuBuk-being so powerfully antiseptic removes the danger (is  'soon as applied and quickly- heals.  Mr. W. J.'Halliday" of. Ash Jhx>ve,,  Ont., says: 4fl had my little finger  frozen, and it' cracked at the first  joint! causing a bad sore, which discharged freely' and would not heal.,  The pain was very bad, and the whole  of my. hand became swollen and in  bad shape.   ,   , ' ,'  "A friend,advised me to try Zam-  Buk, and I soon found that Zam Buk-  .was altogether different to any 'preparation I had ever tried. In ,a, very  short time it healed the sort;."    '    -  Miss Lillie May, of. Stouey Creek,  Ont., says: "A few'weeks since,  several " nasty, disfiguring cold sores  suddenly broke out on by lips, which  became much swollen. Seeing uiy  condition, a friend advised me to try  Zam Buk and leave all other preparo-;  tions aside. This I did, and was much!  pleased after a few applications of  this balm, to see every sore healed."  Zam-Buk will also be found a sure  cure for.eczema, blood poison, varicose  SYNOPSIS OF,COAL  :.   MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories and in a portion of the  Province of British Columbia, may l>e  leased for a term of twenty-one years  at an annual rental of &1 nn acre.' Not  more than 2,560 acres will lw leased to  one applicant.  'Application for a lease must be uiado  by the applicant in person to the  Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in  which the rights applied for are situated:',  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal sulv-  divisions of sections, and in unsur-  veyed territory the tract applied for  shall be staked out by the applicant  himself.  Each ^application must bo accompanied by a fee of $5 which will tie refunded if the righto applied for are not  available, but not otherwise.' A royal-  ���tyahall.be paid on the - merchantable  putp,utrofrt,h��,minejafc_the rate of fljye  cents per ton. ���'.,���'  ' Thc person operating the mine shall        "_ ;hi  accounting- for the  full  quantity2of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  and skiu injuries generally. All druggists and stores sell at 50����. box, or  post five from Zam-Buk Co.,>TorontoJ  upon receipt of price. Refuse harmful  imitations andsubstitutes. '  . Use^also Zam-Buk Soap, 25c. tablets  "IpHr, Fnr> 1-m.rvtr'H alrinl \  Best for baby's skin,!  HkVe��6u Ever,  Ijive^tigaited ���* ���' j  r" t> Reform;?,;,..  \ ' S '    a .'   .���'  At    'a,V    I i  ;��iyer  trie 4.. on a,.  Fit-Reform Suit or  Overcoat?   ~  Ever examined the  quality of theiabrics  and trimmings ?      '  Ever, noted. ^it-  Reform values ?  If you ' ljiiiye', it, is  almost certain Jthat  you now iwcar.JFit-  Reform Clothing.  If you have riot, ypu^  ?y. missing, some-^  thing. -Gome in now.  and investigate Fit-  Reform.  mm^0&km:itmt(ipD':]s>Euvi  p^fi^;S^7.;77w;:;k:7!%"���$.���*"**''? ��� ���[������..  . Shi  M^ilMWi?SSyy.: ^t','3��i;,:ly<j^P)'^i; ;:.i;,;,.rf'ts��*  mm$^Bf'^^^^''iaXw*'  r$$m^xm&m&fr'k  WW^��0^^iikrMkMk'kk^kk: vi '-7' '���:;���'���'���..  ^&j!$$2y��y&ti<'��y'.h:,']'V,.:.);;\.'^:; \'"-v   :... ". -V.  ��S'f^J^S'W'i5R'-i.7" ^?'<,;"':;i'J'^ H-7i.';- ��� v'"^'::'"''-"  ��mj0^0^yyy -yy-y^.-;. ��� . y. :..a-;:  $^$SiM^)Sxks'.Mk.^k^kk': 77' 7:7'7";77: -y  feMffetfeW^'^;P^-'-''';--,;V':'  fepS^S|i^!^777:7^7'',777;;;77'7:^-;:  S^r^fflW!!iW#i;!si{fti*:v\'r^.',::l'-v::?  WOOD DELIVERED  ON   SHORT  7C7'sfKone^B,3i��  ':&���-W  i  Is iaterefluul trad should know  about the wonderful  MABVEL WMrling Spray  ...Th. new Vaginal Syrinee    iicst  ���Most convenient.   It cleanser  . Isstantljr.      Ask your  I aiugglit wlU-s���  tut Ktidstamp (ot lUutujloa      '  libok���nealeo; <lt glrc, full partlc-  titirdaiid tlirecttoti�� invaluaolc to laalea.  mmsoR:'sotvt,Y Co..  W'n*����r, Out..     .      Cerural AgwiW tat <  Vi  MORRIN THOMPSON  Not To Be Expected  ' An Exchange cable from Allahabad, India, says that the gift of a  battleship by the Malay Straits  Settlements having aroused suggestions that India should follow the  example, the Pioneer, the great  newspaper of India, states that India  indeed set such an example when  service troops were inaugurated in  the various natives states at the  time that Russia was knockiug at  the gates of" Afghanistan, and their  reply was the offer of these troops  to the Indian Government. But  vyith regard to the question of naval  defence, the Pioneer adds, it must  be realized that India's standing i.s  quite different to that of the seif-  governing Dominions, who depend  on sea power for their protection.  ���������. �����-   Prosperity Depends on Timber.  At least $1,000,000,000 annually  is the value placed upon the potential growth of ��� British Colutrnbla  forests by R. E. Benedict, Chief  of Operation in the Forest Branch  of tbe Depart ment of Lands.  "Bringing the estimate down to  its very lowest, the area of timber-  producing lands in the province is  65,000,000 acres," says Mr. Benedict, "and every acre should produce 100 board feet per annum.  This would make our timber crop  6}4 billion dollars to the government, and probably fifteen times  that amount to the community before it is in its final stale of manufacture."  ��� At the present time, in British  Columbia,there is being cut about  one and a half billion feet per annum. It, is evident therefore that  the;lumbering industry 7is just one  tjiiarter developed.      7  furnish the^Agent with sworn; return*  accounting- for the full quantity o"  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the - coal-mining  rights are not being operated, such returns should be furnished at least once  a year.  The lease will include the coal mining '  lights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available  surface lights may be considered  necessary.for the working of the mine  -at the rate of $10.00 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of tha  Department of the Interior, Ottawa,  or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not be paid for.  RECO STEAM LAUNDRY  Don't worry about your washing,  -just send 'your clothes to' the  Laundry. We will wash,, starch,  and iron them, and return them  ready for use.  LADIES'   AND' GENTS'  SUITS  CLEANED AND PRESSED.  A Trial Solicited.  Phone 50.  Dominion Ave.  &WJNBY TROUBLE  0-,B; 9X2BK, Mt. Storlia8,Ky.,M��y��i:  Bladder trouble tor tea years past.  ,   Last   March   I   commencedmaing  Peruna and continued for three hroiiths.  Dr. de Van's Pemal�� PM��  hin.r2lta��* PrSPeh,��aWl����or:n��ir��rl��att��.' Thow  Siii-JSX? �����e��2},,����>?Jfowerlttl In roffttUUiW Tha ���WrtWlJIrSStllllrllll'W  ���'-'A ���  esaas  8  FOR WOMEN ONL  PoYoia Feel  This Way  H'rTtflrg|<gai  PIONEER,  BanMsgsasraasaKBKate  PHORNIX,  ITI&H, COLUMBIA.  Backache or Hea&coe  > Seeing Down Sensations  NerTotu���Df-ains���  Ten&raeM Low Dowo.  It is because of eome; derangement or disease  distinctly, feminine. Write yt)r, R.,/V7 Pi-Vr/^  Faculty at Invalids' Hotel, Bi^ftSd, iN.fef ^ *  Consultation  is free and advice is strictl  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  i*  ,    .   issued weekly,  at Phoenix,  British'Columbia  . Subscription,' 2.00 per year   i  ;,.2.SO.to U[nited States.  G. Kay, Publisher.  confidence.  strictly in  v^A  Dr. Pierced Favorite y reseription  restores the health and spirits and removes those  painful symptdms mentioned above. It has been  2? *irX ���*eei$i* tower #,years,Jh fluid form,  Ms^aRO^J^S^ -  i  , , ���    ,  ADVERTISING SCALE  Application for Liquor Licence (30 days) ..IA0O  Certificate of Improvement notion <0��dajs)fc7.#>  Application to Purchase Land notfoes (80 days)   ." ��7.��  PeHnqusnt Co-owner notices 00 days).... f 10.00  Small Water.Notloee 00 dajrs)  f7.60  , All other legal advertising, 12 cents a line,  ���Ingle column, for the first insertion; and 8  oents a line for each subsequent insertion, non-  parell measurement.  The  Queers Hotel  OOMPLKTKLY RKFURNISHED AND  REFITTED  ^  V  We beg to announce the'reopening ofthe Queen's Hotel.-  This  popular hotel has been completely refitted throughout;    ���  everything new and up-to-date.    Large lofty rooms,  " heated with hot water. .Perfect fire appliances.  Night and Day Service  Patrons of this hotel ;wilf find in jit all the comforts of home.  Perfect satisfaction is assured all our guests.    It is.,   ���  , the most centrally located hotel in town.  Bar Stocked with Best Win���, Liquors, Cigars  Saturday, Dec. 7,; 1912  -��������   *>�����  Chisholm & Hartman, Props.  FIRST STREET AND KNOB HILL AVENUE       -  Un-"Fair" Women  Another series of letter box out  rages, supposed to be the Vork of  militant suffragettes, was committed  in the center of London last' week.  Acid was poured into the boxes  throughout the district, including  Threadneedle street,' the Stock Exchange and the Mansion House, the  official residence ofthe Lord 'Mayor  of London. Many letters were destroyed and much inconvenience was  caused.���Vide Press.  just terminated its work,  and until  the  report of, the commission  has  been submitted  to* the  Lieutenant!  Government, the only proper course  open  for' the  people of the Boundary    is    to    wait .'for   the    commissioners'  verdict,    which  cannot}  now be long deferred.     Fortunate-1  ly   the    Doukhobor    colonies   are  singularly  free from serions crime  so no harm will be done' during the  interim by refraining from prosecutions..    The situation is a delicate'  one and if the prosecutions are continued as eventually they -must be,  a special jail will be required to hold  the malcontents. '   The best remedy  would seem  to be deportation, but  as the vast majority of Douks have  been'resident'in the country for two  >    -    * i (  years,,that mode of procedure could  not be followed. One point is certain, arid that is that no immunity  recommendation will find a place in  the report of Commissioner Blake-  VARICOSE VEINS CURED  mW NO NAMES USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT.  Confined to His Horn�� fori Weeks.  I  r     r|  V '  I -  -,  ><t*l  '.    tyl  * V  ������Heavy work, never�� straining and evil habit* In youth brought on  varicose Veins.   When I. worked hard the aching would become  *S^     __      _ _ JUC '  severe and J was often laid up'for a, week "at a tune.'   My /Tamils  fhyalcian told me an operaUon was my only hope���but'I dreaded it.  tried several specialists, but soon found out aJlthey wanted was my  money.   I commenced to look upon all doctors as little better than  F^-fl-r ��ned"*'xSK,bom���Sedin,e ypy ' w*��off wrkbo much and  told him my condition. , Hoadvised me to consult Drs. Kennedy &  Kennedy, as be had taken treatment from them himself and knew  they were square and skillful.  I wrote them and gotTae Nbw  more.  HJ"WBS��  bhhssmh  Your Milk Supply   _���?._.       ���   * n.  t ��E)~       a^ Sa#V  Should qome from healthy and~Vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  mariner .Separated Cream insures :purity_ and  quality;   ;<^f* r   The ��)airy produces, both.  .}  Winter  Overcoats, Mackitiaws, Undferwear,  Rubbers, Hats, Caps, Mitts, Gloves  Js^ger'sVwreWool Specialties  ' Scarcely  any  act  of. which' the  suffragettes have been guilty could  equal    in   monstrosity'  this   latest  outrage,   and yet it seems, almost  useless to expect:  anything in   the  way of punishment being meted out  to the culprits by the present or any  other   British    government.      The  judiciary appear to be as impartial  as  ever,   but   their   sentences   are  nulified   by   the   weakness   of the  cabinet, who although professing to  be radicals are as" careful in differentiating  between  the 'criminals of  high and  low, degree   as. are their  Conservative confreres.    The situ'a-  tion is a  disgraceful  one, for as the  matter   now  stunds,    the  government seems likely to yield to intimidation and  by doing so establishes  a precedent awful to contemplate,  for if such   outrages  are  tolerated  from oue class,  they 'must in common  ^fairness   be    tolerated   from  another.    ���  However^ it is perhaps too early  for us in Canada to crow, for although such outrages are absent  j frKfhe women's suffrage campaign  in the Dominion, the fact remains J  that many of the leaders in British I  Columbia     are     more   than    sym-1  The Difference  The1 following item appeared  in'  the current isuue of the Grand Forks  Sun: "      ���  ''The London ''Advertiser states  that P6lice Magistrate Judd, of that  city, tfj^-y judicially separated three'  hundred rndrried. couples in less  than 'two years. London should  not be afraid of annexation."  Evidently the Sun has failed lo  distinguish the wide difference between''!'decree absolute and a common poljce court separation, the  latter of which in the majority of  cases simply means that the ��� aggrieved party is under special police  protection; and in the case of a  woman she is maintained at the  expense of her husband. Neither  party cap remarry, and'the order  ceases to exist when the parties by  mutual consent live together again.  The ' divorce,   'however,. - is   quite  SfiiSiSSP^f0���* Iconjionly earn tuts, week in a machine  - shop before treatment, now I am earning 981 and never loose a day.  I wish all sufferers knew of your valuatto treatment" ^3^" "Sr  HEKEYO.LOCDBT.  HAS  YOUR  BLOOD  BEEN  DISEASED?  ,5��^DkE22��0NS ���r?J?ie mVt VtmOmfaad most serious diseases. They sap the  ?iX.VilH^��f!ttoyJ^to,l^yj^MU^7en,^,a,t��1 fro��� tbe system will cause  '���S^^pi!.coti???-  ??we ot Mercury. * It may suppress the symptoms���our NEW  ,1 i\  METHOD cures all blood diseases.  ^-ISVNa 01* MIDDLE AGED MEW.-Imprudent act* or later excesses have broken  mUSJSSF. 5?2*f5,i Jf?u_1^l1L*?,s. symptoms stealing overtoil.   MentaHy, physically and  - JLy��u'  Mentally, physically and  be, WiUyouheed thedangersifpialsf  Are you a victlmt  Have you lost hope? Are you Intendinpr to marryr Has  , your blood beendiseasedt   Have you any wcztacs^r   Our Nsw Method  nsATMCNT will euro yow.   What it has done for others it will do for you.   Coaaaltatiea  ���"���?��� i*�� n>aiSe!^wl1? has treated you. write for an honest opinion Free of C  Books Fna-"Boyhood, Manhood, Fatherhood.^ > (Illustrated) on Diseases of Hen.  <  NOV"-���- -*; ' "  bosM or anvolopei  FREE FOR HOME  vitally you are not the man you used to be or  READER  TBKATMENT  NO NAMES USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT. PRIVATE. N* mmama' am    fjj^lf. rofifH���Hal.- QsesHosi List amTCcMt ef TtaatasM*  IFR����FORHOI��*F. lRi:AT|H��Nr. " ���. ~"~*  DRS.KEBNEDY&KENNEDY  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griswold Si. Detroit; Mich;  tfUflBasf^H OTI sP F Ail letters ilom Canada must be addressed  BsBBaST *^" ����� IwEji to our Canadian Correspondence Depart-  ���"�� "^ sjBBsjBjBBjsjBjBBjsjsji ment in Windsor, Ont. If you desire to  see us personally call at our Medical Institute in Detroit as we see and treat'  ���o Mataeate in our ,Windsor .offices .which are for Correspondence'and  laboratory for Canadian business only. Address all letters aa follows: .  DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windsor, Oat,  Writs for our private address.                  ,        ',"   .'"     7 c   ,   another matter and is' for all time  For the benefit or the Sun we might! James Marshall, Prop.  also add thatf English 'magistrates}' - ,  have notithe authority \y�� grant L L,w,,.. L Jw!l! J-VJ^l.. Trirz  judicial separations, which is. an-  otlwc^storV .altogether and a form  of .(relief spught by people having  co'<Kcient(^is objections to absolute  div&rce. As in-the case of the -common repartition the parties involved  in'i' judicial 'separation can never  remgriy^ddring the lifetime of the  oth��y '-      "  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   ',y,< ���     l  Depot.      -.���.   ���������      Modern Bathrooms. ,r  STEAM HEATED.'     ELECTRIC LIGHTED     -  D. J. MATHESON   Insuranos As;��nt  FIDELITY   BONDS,   PLATE   GLASS,,  COMMISSIONER   FOR  TAKING  AFFIDAVITS  Phoenix, iR.jCX.  BBBBBBB��S^:>f*v0^'!ji:'��  .- ���      ,    ���   r-        :    .������f"IOi'V-  EIREi' ElFE^Alf Ds  7     :       AGG1MKT7  PHOENIX,   B.  si---, ���-  T?H�� famous  Arctic,   the   ship in I  ThOS�� BrOWll       M*"'�� Wsar Exclusively  Cleanliness  Watchword  The'prbsiuct of the local dairies is good, but ours is the best.  Cleanlines? is our .watchword, and no germ can pass our sentries.  Our poultry departmentrhasiincreased its supply of eggs.    Let^us  :__..J^a;e^i��!7life    ���, , PHONE F 32  accoi  Dairy  W. A. MoKay & Sons  ,   ;       "   Progsritatora  NEAREST HOTEL TO FAMOUS ORANBY MINES  FBR8T-OLASS AOOOMIWODATION FORIVHWERS  Bar Stocked with the Finest Line of Wines, Liquors,: Cigars  A. O. JOHNSON     -    -     Proprietor  You Can Sbmb Money  If you would kindly step into this store and see the  ���'.    Large and Varied Assortment of Smokers' .Supplies  before -purchasing elsewhere.   '- ���  ,.;/, kk" y '���$':':���  ���'������: ���'������'   ' 7'''    ������(���':' JL^k      '      -7  Tobacco,.  Spes and SsTtokerfi'.^Supplies  SiatSonery, Books, Toys, Brush^sretc.  See our new line of Post Cards.  pathetic xvith the methods employed K   faitlfa-uch  by their sisters in Great Britain. I .  i.: Miss Dorothy Davis, the organizer of. the 'British Columbia  Political Equality League,.who recently visited 'Phoenix, when asked  by a Pioneer representative, her  views on the militant methods of  her British sisters, stated that air  though the act of destroying property was "legally wrong, it was  morally quite right." The recent  outrages in Bond street, she emphatically stated were not committed while the culprits were laboring under the stress of hysteria. On  the contrary they were so coolly  and deliberately planned that a  month or six weeks before, every  participant in the raid was in possession of the name of the store  whose windows she was to demolish. If the women, when they  acquire the franchise, still adhere  to such a perversion of the moral  law, there seems every rea*on for  ' 'mere man" to expect a warm and  very uncomfortable time in the  future. In justice to the above-  mentioned and talented lady we  must admit that she stated that no  one abhored the unusual methods  more than the participants themselves, an admission that the  occupants of the Dublin theatre,  which the suffragettes attempted to  burn, will receive  with considerable  and pardonable doubt.   ^ .  wftidSn     Captain   Bernier 'made   his|  meirforabfc cruise   into the northern  !  a complete stock of  pr6vfsioni��i concerning which there  WJ& a parliamentary inquiry and  mrich' Liberal discomfort, will go  northino*\more; She is "now back  in ^Quebec being fitted out as a  lightship for the Saguenay river,  1    I' J f  KNOB HfilLL. AVENUE  WWWIMISIMWH IWI'WIWMIIlaWUMIW'WF'  BlfOTiyiM  The Doukhobor Problem  Somewhat of a storm in a teacup  has been raised in Grand Forks over  the reported instructions to the  Provincial Police to cease prosecutions in the cases of Doukhobors  infringing the laws which require  the registration of a birth or death.  While we in Phoenix feel very  strongly on the matter of any immunity being granted, the fact  remains that a govermental inquiry  into  the  whole  question   has only  H fbu were told of a'new  discovery for the treatment of  cough^ colds and bronchitis,  as certain in its action on all  chest troubles as anti-toxin is  on diphtheria, or vaccination on  smaji-sfcre, wouldn't you ^feel  likcgi^ngitatrial? Especially  if you &>uld try it for fifty cents I  Peps is the discovery!  Paps are littls tablets, noatly wrapped in air and germ-proof silver foil.  They contain certain medicinal- ingredients, which, when placed upon tho  to'iguo, immediately turn into vaponr,  and aro. at onco breathed down the air  passages to tho lungs. On'their journey,  thby,Soothe tbe inflamed and irritated  membranes of tho bronchial tubes, the  delicto walls of tho air passage*, and  finally enter and carry relief and healing  to tho capillaries and tiny air sacs in the  lungs.  In a word, while no liquid or solid  can get to tho lungs and air passages,  theso Peps fames get tbw�� diracfc, and  at onco commence their work.of healing.  Fops are entirely distinct from the  old fashioned liquid cough cores, which  are merely swallowed into the stomach,  and never roach the lungs. Peps treatment of coughs and colds is direct .treat-  If yon havo not vet tried Pops, cut  ont this article, write across it  ths name and date of this paper,  said mail it (with lc stamp to  pay return postage) to Peps Co.,  Toronto.    A   free trial packet  d. l. Mcelroy  SOLE AGENTS FOR PRINCETON COAL  Dealer in Lumber,'Shingles, Lath  and Cedar Poles. Stull Laggan.  First-Class Fir & Tamarac Wood.  .  MOVING MACHINERY OUR SPECIALTY  If Tired of Wood, try Princeton Coal  Produce, etc., Specialties  Fancy Oroamory Butter, 40c. lb.; 14-lb. Box, $6.25.  Choice Eastern Egffs, 40c. per dox.  Mild Cured Ontario Cheese, 26c. per lb.  Shamrock Leaf Lard, Choice, 61b. Pail, SI.OO.  SugarOured Hams, 25c. per lb-  Breakfast Bacon, 27c. per lb.  Smoked and Salt Fish, in variety.  P. BURNS & f^.,  Wholesale and Retail Butchers and Produce Merchants  PHOENIX, B.C.       PHONE 2  BOOKS  AND   STATIONERY  Fancy Goods, Dolls and Toys, Kodak Films and  Supplies, Musical Instruments and Supplies, Newspapers, Magazines and Periodicals���School Sundries.  Wallpaper and Decorative Pictures  Cigars, Tobacco and  Smokers' Sundries  ing  JmiLiBi   J^EbbsbvvhO^   i  All the Latest Newspapers, Magazines   |  SS,ca*4Si����t'31i'l?/>S' MMkiSffiirS'ii.Tt.Vardr.'KEiB'A' W^yuJV^tV-iSlCl-^^.VfcMacJi* SK-tfW��Wfe��i!f��.l  ..   rfi^j&&'idt$^t*t!3ll!H��$:^^  EAJIJ&aq-aHtaaa.'T-liAiafVSJ ^M^^^^&0M^M^0$: ^^(kkkk0k'kk;.' -���'**  W^^^^^Wi^^ik^:^^.. 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J7;Bbrn-frAt Phoenix j on Friday, Nov.  .^^^7irirlfa^dvMi��:?^I:B;'Nel^  ;:&ujgji$$^  the Granby company, left oh.Monday  ,for^nco.u;v^,>;^  g7Sbuvepir.:s^onsi'^i,25 ^nUjupsjSilfer  niti/iao Jl^Tllanb   tVhu. -i Anralati   7:        ��� V-7',.7'7. r.*;.7. '  ���^.^fi^*^"^  SV^ -a   i/��yt$;yi^yy%  Sm, j.) ���      ���(>''J��?ViVV^i5'.E-��^-!'i'*i^V'*r'  gj.      u    V S5-j:.iv.*rf-;--Sii.';ff--;H-;,l  is��  _       -jir ���'-���-��������� ���f-''^  '"~   ��� "'-"--"-���'i'.-V     *J   ^^K^'<^*T^ay.-^'^:-^-j^^i^^^^^;'v*fJ^f  OT">��Wl WHS?*"!  ^m-kky^k^:m*^aasamm*jmaaaaawm0^  li". the CLEANEST.SIMPLEST, and BEST HOME  ,PyE.IwI^.^��W*y.To��i;Soo'��.��Tia'h��Te to'.  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V'v; 5'-'irl;Si''^i>;-';i5'v-:'i:--.���;- Svrif'.' l"&-i-y��v; 'i*; V ������'.*'i.='j'{v'.^y-:;:  ll^a^thislWfcifca^bf^  lilSI^SllSl^o^W^JBr^  M^^iwS^^^!??^^^  *  fe  .$j||^t^illlHnds|pjr^^  ;'V;i^:^tipn7to7 ali:;pfdersK;'7;;.:PhbnC':A65:  Satuiday   aiimi.   a   aon    u��p-���.��..   v��  ^pbinite'iil^he Si^>Hkarneeni"fV^|f ;^��>f^ '  7ftMr;rrand'iM&',^  family>Hfbrnieriy>tbf^  taken rip their' resideiaceJnVtown.^, ji'] ���.  ?l;7;J/:'';^  Thur^ylEbrM  whew they ^ill( in���fntur^ireside.j; v J  j77^s77JWcG^eger,; proy||wia^(:goyeyn-  ment inspe^ctorof miners; yisite^,;the,  camp during 7tne; coui-se,vpfSthV past  ���weekj';-:-:-;^--.-.';���������."��� : ���;������>��� v.; ��� ��� ������'7,'A,;y.r,-v7 ���;  ;7^B^a;painted^pla^8;$V6tf#^ ROO at  'Blrok^s^ewelry^sfereV/^^^  iiaucei's.-'ci'eAuis; sugttrS,' 'ettA1'jw^iaion-  ;ablfe.'prices;i.iri7fii:;v/^  7;;|a 1 bert'Bi li^r^uianage Wo^      ��� Plibe-'  ���Mre.-Biner.77:;;77 kr- k^kk^yMkkk.kk^ ^  his heiilth havingybeen'rath?r;bad^for  iOTWitirii^f^fjI^^t^^  '|:ft%McE^ibreh^  .fpE)'spnliex^uibii ths, i7doir|g J,ia^s8intut  '^b^kybn'lhis^  .'���.-��-v'':;:W����" ": -'V _'_"!/' ".."_ '���_ '���.'���_'- 'i.-"'_-7;''n.''2.-*.tj4.H''^.:.T��lir������''  ^in^Qrand^i^*6r-ft^^  week lobking after the interests of the  The political' Sensation of the  week in bttawa;has been tlfe 7selec-  tion^of Siry George RoSs as^tiberal  leader of the Seriate'.;'��Mis '< appoinr>  'ment'is'a-direct(.s1a'p-'at:-'.Slr..'xWiifrid  Laurier as it is well  known that  he  ���^as%d't"tn"^  'leaden^' fSir^Geotgei^waV: ''a.-ystrong  opponent of reciprocity and ,is  an  ardent,irnperialistandiln  looked upon as a triumph for theanti-  >r&iprdcifyS7andHJi^  ;ot:the';party;'!';>��ib��r1arrmemb  'tne'^Senat'e ;%libi*v,w^re^ih~"i^orVdf  his^lyeiw^^quietly^:;i���eng^neered^ms  election and on  a ���'secre't':ybailot'*'}ije  SenatoVi BostocWofABritish^-;Cplunj^  ���bia':'?^*:'^-'^ ; ill  ^ .Hi^RiK{P!;m^l^a^centua^e^  the cleavage in the/Liberal .party. ;|  It shows that the  anti-reciprocity  and   imperialistic   wing-. is  in^the  '.? 1 ft.;.;ii��,r.:,; ^   , :���:;��.<.1.1..^':/��� 1.-" V Si7J-,'*-.' 1 *! i&  ascendancy in the. Senate,and, it .is  said Sir, Wilfrid is afraid if it, cam*;  to a,.'���show.down" .that the .same;  will,be true,in^ 'tnecommohs'.' rr if  Otie effect of his election will, be  to thwart, any plan of Sir Wilfrid to  have the Senate kilt the; naval < bill  and it is believed,now it will pass,the.  upper chamber with but little, cnt,ig  cism. The Senate aisb will likely. b,e  ;a littlelmbre ; kiriaiyiidisposied^ thar^  .under*iSir'::;Richard��ijCart^  ���;wards;\gqyern^  Gebrge;Rosstwas jr absent ^rbinfj..-thJB  Senate, most of last]isessionyVand. qo  his aretu rnM; condemned y His7 yfellpyfc  senators;fpctbeir^action^  iup: tlie;7i)bniihibn 7siibsidy 7toy the  iOnfanor'-rigdY.^  itheia^obd^roadsfyappropriatibh^f  ithev provintesi'7 This ^eabsij(that  i hease.- etiyo^iibXHsxi-twi 11 i��;pjrobat^ly4(>;|r^  ;pa^ed.yb^tne.iSenate^tnijs,.s<wsw  ;;.i!;>His^promQtiqiiiisfe'regarded  ycrush ingdefea tyfor 7^he 7:'reactionafy  little Canadian element in,the Liberal  party- and{as. ayuniqu^iiWhdicatiqh 6^  :fthe;;B6^'eh7^  .theimostiimportant'puhlicquestions  'f^t^dayi7fgf&^7^  Communications are passing HftWeep  tbesejn��fcaries bf!the\P^^nix^Aawtebr  Atheletic club and;the s^iilar '^rgiw��?:  zation of Spokane with -���7%|ie ob^icfc 'ibf      ...........  ....���.u.f��  aiTanging a series pftwresltitg and box-  : ing'bput8^ J^;M@'#S  Dr. VV. H. Dickson ata-ived *Ji5town  on Tuesday from Va.ricduyer;aw(|SIa-  M^ki^Mi^om^r^h^slk^  ISBJS  7-,-ftvs-'      v" ;v '���������'.���+'-> ��� -i'��� ���'''���' "a '"'?'���"'���  Iy. g.���.. '1,��� tkyytyil.:;s���>^fee*;>7:>.'7,��� .������ ftu  '���ifitv.i'  SS/"t:;^.J;|j7;*;;o|^i'y;i';^;^  I., /��^,v.^.:^..���:���;.��� tiff,SiV:*%iv �����("?��, -..�����  a'^a.'B����jy .��.��.:,���/;'. 'teiisiatfit^wsiv^'-w^;;'' '��a  "^f. .������:-���:���" "'7 |e  ������:���:-���> ISf  'ih^'MCl  IkM'mtiiymm  Mk  ���yy^fi*."  W  ��� m  ��yCl- H:0SiCi'i&$, p;Pec.7S|;7i j'jij<�� 1 Zi  fesr  Scotla^#^#tes^;-Sin'gi%  ���T:!;';,^^;;r^;:r;7'.ebimedi^^^  a  MISS EDITH WILMA  MISS ELLA JONES  ,jV'"." 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W;. teW'$#��f&:k.'d$.k:''%  mi&i&fj&jrji  r&A&M-K.*As-*i'?..r-'..t-.Ar..-,tfj-&.'>:.--^^^  ;i|i|iypl^n;i^ity:land^^  |i,y3^Wmemb]e^ t jt  ;baridi':desire/itq%,e'*  ip;\tlie;fePydenix^  'fti>Jladies?,whb^|assis^^  ij^sal^ticketsiandfi-all-qth^  :ciated*>jV;ith;|^heK!aiTang^  ^^^f^il^^^^ their ^  :r^"'s7-p.-  ::a��|>;>:.  r^^  ^Ir-  SM:,;|'dl'r&fl;S:^:7-'  S.��: ;'l.to^"  , -: v:':   'H  VI"  ' .���.'*'  ��sta��!9&  "V?  if  .^ .v.'tf .  at  '^v?^.^BS%>^^^^^^^^?|^| rSrV^i't-ts vft*!^ ;*v^!��-^ :^#;t^-^^^;v^pf^v>::^^ >";-  i*CB��w.Ji*:*��Ain-^r'''f.i  u ���$ fjrtrjy*fiiiiu*i\.  SEW  IWSSBilKW'SSSSiS*^^  =ij*    ��5f��;7Bj  ���.'���itwp-.,,-....-.^-.-.-.-.-^'.-.-.     Assortment or  beautiful and I  ^7^7;7B^^;-.777-':;- |^  -77^;7v77.7;:7'7^  V.::k--y\*l!y^ .���&U/^?t;rji'i'^ ':">'/''.    $  l.':7.y.7:-7:'7"7';,':.77.7y7:ri 7choiceV 777.7 777-y ���:.7-.77'-77/'77-.'.-,7y7';,^ 7.77yy:^  7;7y 77^y^;|7I H^y5;i::M^  1  -������:::fe!  :--..a  i"  8UOOESSOR8 TO JOHN LOVE  lll|l|;aettiii^  ^:-iP-#l��^��   i^.��3i*!p]W,n.ev}i,o  SBassii��sasiia����t^iK^^'ai3S^^  \  ���M*S?^^t:.l  k��kkkkk0kk$^  yy.:.-/!j.; > :������' #$A>-*J.��XZ��f ^.^r.i.:,,:..,;--..-:.... ���.'^.y,!i,  .^3rWncti:?for^ale^4^*a^^  ���a&ije^incira^  following yyieffocts: i:17' nibwer, kt 7 riike,  ploughs, 7di^gyhaiwws,;7l7te��i^  yn^^^and;5W^|go^*y|p^e<7i^  :hbld^go6ds,7l7;ba^'^  ;Kquse.^Fbur:iprihgs ;,'pny'pi��perty;,;';runr  nmg^wafey7ti&67^^  forty and fifty- acres tcultivated, most-  ly in hay; fifty acres easily cleared find  eighty/aci'ds fenced;''-i: Terms, ha.lfdashi  balance on reasonable terms; discount  $o*$asi^^ :"  ���.S)j".jS.t.:-*!tf-V;>{-,-.*j' ������.'���-:.ii'6--\vi;.-.i^-:sr''ir.,.?������!!.���-.���}���-.���;: ���:�����.?��������� .-'��������:������������  pv  if^li^^yr,.^,, .,.i..v..v    >..,..,Vi..k;. .....  &*ftV:-?1''.'''-t;:/7  K?^V^i^^  '-'-:, .���;:-j'*;..-'.-:  ^"NV.J ^ll^^V'^^i;^ ������  i�� &M$0&>&^ at  ft Upkk^kykmM^^^  ^��{5i'i*K��i<3".'fir��.fsiS;),r#;  ^".���ji^Hiis'-i;.;  SyT&^;ibf7flm;ich^rymii^  verv ouiet. 7Will be disposed of sepfti-  ately.^-P.; -Burns & Co., Phoenix. ^ ? -  ������S-af  .M;ii  -VA-*."Ti''-':'V*"''**^' :  DEATH HOVERS  ':3M:  ^Jk,y  I :&k...,..r.,:  m^kkk;kk:&k'-  ~t$4. .-?.���������'������; '-������:.;-.'.;(V'. it'  yir';otiiv Beer^y^s^riptyftrst-  ��^^'7.-:y-7!/':|77,y:;::7'.'vclass"^ii';:e  '" y^,;y^7.wj^tf ^be7 no use y adver-  tw ������?���?��:>���. ,-:-^: 7��� v,ti^ijig:yH to the public.   ;;:':  wM0M0M;k&::'^&E^ivfi^'C^^THS::- ;  '^|^|i,|:7:||^:;.^;7.;>B :.: ���  fe^||;y||^||''^  ^^^^.-^'-..r .-r>.'i ^.,.?. ^>.,��;?���.������ ..       .. .-I... ;  I. Statisticstelloftheawftilravages|  of colds in the; Fall Seasop.?  Triniiig at-the outset; serious in a!i  ieV'dayarMal"in tHeend.        | ?  : ��� Carelessness '-in'*-" dealing with!  colds is a Criminal dallying with?  deaths Fight the cold, at i^l  inception and it is vanquished.7  7lTar is a greatliealing agent, onei  of tlie dldestvsAiresttsafest known.?  God I^ver Oil has^wprld^iwde ��se^  for yaill ?^ej^nii^y.:and ;;:wwti|g|  'diseases.'"v.~:r'77 u.:'4k''   '-.77'7'.' rs y'  ^Mathieafsy5: Syrtip77of >��T*man&l:  God l4Ye^0U48tti^ostac^  combination of .these two remedies  '^nd'rstnelgr^  ;a1ftd^cold}i7curingy'f reine<$'7:ever;y  vknb^^j;;|^^enel5^s ^0^,iv^tiaMi^.  ' :aiitous i;'.i ts rreiults''1ire'liiarvellons.; >  Xarge.bpttleL;Op.sts'pnly  '."���'.. Scld.everywhere."'���/'      y ������   ��'. ��� J  ������:���) When headache arid fever are preiintwUh <  X cold  lake M��Ihleu's Nervine'Powders to  reduce ihe fever.and ���alliny  ihe .pajri.   Wplh  prepkrat'lonirtre s.li hy 'leatfrH>Tcr}-wh<re;  -1.1.. Mathlen Co..Props..Sherbrooke, Uue.(A)  7 f 'yWlN^fp^STO^Ic AT |'��� .7  Messrs. Ferguson Bn|s. i  ':���'. ;7;3ifi> Baniiajiyno,.AviKv^lnnJpisjr, Mimiy' ��� ' 7'.  , ing chief. during bis' ab^nce;Xt.7;' I '.^: \.y _  AVjMr^andi^*^  lef t7on;;|ttbiaday'��tb; 'in^  Traijv y7Mr.;tedvraird^; rerarria traPKqe-  .bix;ra.:^qnd^^extif^^  btwmdinguphis affajrsVv7y* namber  of friends were.. at thfe dep^it, lo' say  ��PP4-S??:^7 ^i^7 ^7B::W#^;3f^7" 7- --^  yiH.;SewellfrhundeTOlpb��i^pr^^  mg rapidly towarasj:re,cbyerys:and ex-  -nects^toirleavevthe hospitalvin a ;few  ���days; yrHis1- apple wte^; (fjjt , cigar��yis y mr  creasing,"while lie i;eqfib*sy^a^|teal -of  reading -matter^ He sOTrce^l'speaJts  above a whisper. .���  "i..7.:;;^.-,^y':i7-  ���j Ghas, McKay ireturne^^uf^onliay;  fix��m7;I)anvUle/7fVV>ish^ Itke  ^irjcner's7orphestra;: of y^ich^ihe is! a  ycohspicuoiis^memte |the  Danvilleites with some -i>t their excellent; niusic. The oi-che^trg,1 has became  quite popularin the Forks and helped  materially in making tlie, liachelois'  dance last: evening- a!: prdnounc^d and  striking.success^.'?������';;?' -::\ 'yv;f&       '!���; ,"  7 ^e B^ ^u^yil^ ihas  an engagement at thejippera house; for  Wetoesday -next^ judging rfrouil; iial  press notices, is *a company' whicJVHas  met with great success all - along the  line.'*- A -glimpse of- ther.':p"rqgranjnie  i-eadily 'explains/'this^ oiicc^9gyas7the  names,appearing therein are^ithWe of  established favorites and leaders in  their profession. ..The company has  Deen^ Principally recruited' from : the  leading! music halls of Great Britain,  Alfcho'ugh the; Orphetini i'nd. Rickett's  circuit,yandyAustralia havo ?also i bei-h  drawn upon;'." .The companyyiherefOre  includes typical artistes of those I'oiin-  ;tties��"y'-,'.'%'--:''?-'<-'.i"-''-1-;.-'-'-- ���y.^-J- ���;-'-'i;7';;i,  y, ^^ar^^lAncjaster.;, who;/ hjesde'^ihe  biilyis' the jW^,known Scottish cbnit!-  diari; ��� ''.BliwVlSlith'- .^Vil/nav is t$j.e posi/-  esso^pf J ay; bjeantiiul/ contrajt^ y^voice  tba^h^;yniiade";;Her "a,/f^siybritj|��in tjhe  Grpheu4b^circui��; DaVe..'0astop$of L611-  don, b^J reeently;"toured t)^ jEasttii'ii  States irnd^his'appearanc^^fri^  ous tqwps has been lnvwiaoly. appie-  IciatedjfMisW Marion. Ya|^- \p$ soprano  ���sttiigeivi'df ^repute: .|JH^i^7?!isyjili|j y t-KLV  voriiriloquistr"6lri;'iBhe';v ���i^riipanvV>5' is' �����*  -.-.���;��������� ���:',-i,'-   '..'-��� ���.���������-,���;���. fr'Sy-'-iui'L*: "tkii'S   V>M" r^.-  ahotber��7dance ^before the^iyirtter  season close's, the proceeds of-which  withjthe fundsf in hand will ho {dqubjt  be sufficientitq defray: the^expensejs  for; tbe:^purchase iof 7unifbrms;> it  is also within: the bounds of. possibility that further .-'iristrunien.ts> will  be;:addedr!-r.::;>'wJ^7vi:;yrf^;;j7i7;' y^?| ,y||y  .PoorrSeasony^^  ^���>EI mery jNessvSreturned'-.tb'vGhirisS;  tina on'fFriday/'where in company  ���'witli'his: partner,''-John iFevre they  are engaged in' the-' annual net fishingkfo'r" Kfokanee trout." : Unfbrtun-  ately',; 'according to :Mr7 Nessj' thfe  present "season lias ;so: far proved  brie 'of-the''poorest for years j for as  iri former' years-the' fishvwere generally to be seen in thousands, tHfe  year thsir numbers :are'pHeriomen-  a'Uy"small;' This latter fac't'wilr He  "much regretted'by' the people ;pf  Phoenix^ ' who as a ' rule'; relied on  tHe'Fa'ke as 'their1 only source'for a  cheap''and' wholesome supply of  'fre'sh water fish."'  -.���~~rrr**-'f,:.������-st; :i-.,-^.i^s'.-..,-.'"..-:-:.<-;;?.,.-?/5��':.��jjisii��; '.�����..���:' ���-������.,���.���������;���'-;���":���',-.��� .������:������/-'���.������.'��� ':f ' .iihijWSli.ltfSfS  s?pi-,"T-"*f  -alisr ' -  t" x.^i^J-'-iE wt" rAirtw i'JJ3WiMcr'*W '���* fii/t^jsv s#J'.,j'Jw')��"���1'*';���^t'���*��� -  Birhie Bros; Burnt Gut ;  ' The hews was received this week  to the effect that the: fire'which destroyed one of. the large ' blocks  in Medicinev;Har^'also 'wiped^diit the  fardwaie store of Birn'ie "Bros.'' Li  V'Birnie; qbe'of tbe ;firim Was for  many years'in busihessiii Phbebi?Ci  and resided ' in' the "building' which  is nowthe iMethodist place of wbr-  ship.  .;   t-.  i;-  :k'ky; ^^u.c"e|l^lr|tes^ Noval  Scotia and New Brunswick. $  Round Trip, Phoenix to .^  TORONTO, $92.95   QUEBEC, $102.85  M0NffiAL^d7w95   HALIFAX,  il6.40|  ������;,,:���. ���:.-:������������  ��� ��� : ,,' . ;.<s  ^^���- -Tickets;'first-c!as��ro"��a  j:jgstqppyer^p,riyeleges;iwithy:tbree.tnorrlrisimniti;::^^yy:^'^gl^;%'%'%  ��� ��� y|-  7'f"y^"'*^'"  trip tickets to; Atlantic Seaboard points on sale Dec. 1st to 31st, at  V,','���,greatjvVn^^  - For full particulars call or address       ���..���'.'... n 7; ,-7 ���'%  Wje^xftf^ry^Yyr*? Si?.-.--;",  Mas  .*> r. f fi ">:;-^.t  ii.;Q7:'j; ^Vii;7i  ii^iliiuiii  Mir; tind' Mrs.   Kbhidb aim faiiiily  lett'on'jltlqndayV.'fq'r HarttqwJ,. Wash^   .^      _ _^_ ^^ ....,....-., ���  The Ji'e^lth'of "Mra.t''Kobrdb"^^ the  ea^hangeyt0.ii;,:10Wer'altitude^^'-l7 ' *l$$yojj>i&ii.''^^^ '���  ,.. a -Voting for Union Officers,,  The semi-annual election: pfy'ofri-  cers*- of tbe. Phoenix *��� :brancb . of i. trie  .Western,- Federation of .Miners takes  place today, Sii.tiirday. .In'order  to. alloW'the iriernbers working on  both1 shift's1 ah bppdrtuiiiiy Unvote,  thJ'.p61I.s will be open all day Virgin  ilO;u.m. .to,. 8 p.m.. i ."All .eligible  members: are urgently requested to  interest Uiemselves and take' part ; .;,�����  in the voting! .���-.���-�������������������� ?,  f.!i,^^.  ���'  -' = ���    ">��������������� ���';.'DV:yiGN'ATJXi!SeC.  m&��im&  y^Mallilra'isySyrffl^y  ai^iy^'VariaMf Coifl^lMvfer^fl- '::?-7  riot only stopsPa^ cough butcufeis-  -.,\tCk Its   tonic. and;'?;.'te$torative.T  properties enable the system to  ^permanenrjy^throw^  ������' yi- ���'7&, ^^C'^^g^^ottle.!'^' . j^  '- Sold everywhere!  ��� ;;j; j^',M-aiTH'ikb!-c6;'J:i^iifr'''8HBK��a^tai:  MATHIEUSSYRUP  Winnipeg Stock at Messrs Ferguson  423-Bannatyne Ave.,���> Winnipeg Man  ����*ys!f:T;;'.:': ;���'���;:���'��� ���'������������.'���:  W'iS-7,'':7-^y���������/''���?"'���:'������'������������'���  laM'->J-.M;-...'.-':'>.r- r;v.-A  ��Ste;vM 7777':^-7  Msi&777u77:,;  ^^^Bifeia^��i^^a^ifflffiat^^i

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