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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Feb 13, 1909

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Array AND   BOUNDARY   MINING  t, f '*^(MV^*^*^��JW***��^j^��rslps,  ���#iSMw    <-��� -���- &&>*$*��� ^ fe;>^ ���������.^    ��� -^. ^5 i smsI  Tenth Year.  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13!  1909  m^M'MM^iS  1 r'H  '.- iii.  Vij 'f��,0  No. 12  L^  iC  RUMMAGE SALE  a*  AT THE  .JfeiMS  BIG STORE  ^M*$kv��M^&*'  Fine  Shoes   and   Slippers  iOO Pieces Ladies'  Wool Underwear  25 Ladies' Flannelette  Blouses   ,  \32 Ladies' Flannelette Wrappers'   '���  25 Ladies' Flannelette Night Gowns.  38 Ladies'1 Dress Skirts  20 Ladies' Silk^and Cashmere Waists  $Vfc^nM8*o8all kinds  THESfilODf TOTfSOLD  KLGARDLESS OF IRIGINAL COST  m wm nn ai n silt  'j"i'-t,  EVER HELD IN PHdfNIX  ���^rT^     *   '*���   -*���*��..&$������'*'������������    ������^'fwfcy-  '������:^% %''"��*      w^i^*^  .^V:*';! i��  "^S^^Pli*5*  L*4t  lF>fl  Afi  r*  *  ���*��!  Our Watch stock is_ much larger than it should be  ���at this time of the year, and toured uce it we are  going  to  offer,   for   a .short   time,   extra   special  values    in ."LADIES' : AND    GENTLEMEN'S  .'..watches..   '.  ='"'-''���/;::'.'..'.--..��� ���- -���-'   ���"'.:���'.    We* have them; in'. Gold;  Gold   'Filled   and  Nickle Cases. Het�� Ure a few samples  of   the  . values we are giving :;   t  "#������*������ '\   i  ,��� r; .r,.' *��� ���      ���  l?S Willi ��m y;;$ioM  15 JfWtl IIOVCnEilT. Diist-Proof Case. .3? -50  Others too numerous to mention.    Watch  :Z":   our wiudow. '���'..���   ;'.'   It will pay you  TELEPHONE 68  OFFICIAL 0. P. R.  TlilE INSPECTOR  50 :Msfi's Regatta  Shirts, Regular $1.50; j   r   .  ...1>.wv);j?|g|   '      SALE PRICE, 60 cents  200 Men'i.\rffltee* Shirts, Regular Price, $1 50,  v     $|.7|and $2.00;.SALE PRICE, 95 cents  v3^ Men's  Tweed   and  Worsted   Suits, Regular  ������ $18.00,  $22.00   and $25-00 values;    SALE  PRICES, $13,50, $15.<MLand $16.   i     ?  "\W^tM 10 PER CENT. DISCOUNT IS  OT^ all IHcd's Salts 384  SEE OUR WINDOwir   It v/ill Coavioce you that We neae Business '  THE CHAIRMAN  GIVES OPINION  Chas. Hayden on Dominion Copper  CURFEW  TO  BYLAW  ,BE ENFORCED  With Improvement of Facilities  Can Produce Copper at 12c.  In connection with the formation of  a reorganization committee for trie  Dominion Copper company,, Charles  Hayden, the chairman of the committee, is quoted as saying: "While  neither my/firmi nor its clients have any  interest in the securities of the Dominion Copper company, I have accepted the chairmanship of this committee because, a large number of the  bondholders and stockholders both in  this country and in England have re  quested me so to do for the purpose  of formulating a plan of reorganization  which will be equitable ^tp.the bondholders and at the same time "preserve  some equity for the shareholders.',  "The examination of this fproperty  by an engineer in whom, weihavexon-  fidence indicates that the ore'ibodies  while��� ������promising are tribt sufficiently  opened:up to permit of a production  sufficiently large in the material of this  grade to make a-: profit;ir4But, 'with  certain modifications,^improvements  and extension of;e^uip:ment,''and''%ith  a more complete opening up of* the  property ,to permit the ..extraction of  a greater tonnage, it is believed that  copper can' be* produced in the neighborhood of-12 cents.       "These are the problems, however,  which, will need the most careful in  vestigation. '.x '.���  "The plan will be submitted to^the  bond and shareholders immediately,  and its acceptance will permit of the  resumption, of work at the property  ^::fE*7;'"':' SiBtU Tbealre to.  If you are ol a doubting disposition  or subject fto/fits; of depression, or ii  you feel as if you aremissing something  you atight'tb,see, don't;fail?to^witness  the great.play "VVas-She to Blame," 01  "A Mother's;^Devotion,"- at:^Phoenix  opera house on Monday evening, i'ou  will be able,there,4o , pick up a J; few  crumbs of'corhfortfrohi^theoiher: side  of the footlights. You can see the  realities of nature, there portrayed by  real artists,.ladies and gentlemen who  have made a study of a profession to  which they have'.devoted their lives.  j J G.' Stuttz is the only living actor  favored by the French government  with the Coveted Legion of Honour of  France. This was confered on him  in recognition of his ability as an  actor, or, as he is more appropriately  called a lepreseritor.  "Was She to Blame" has been witnessed by half a raillio-a'people during  the last.three years, andsyoted by them  the queen of dramatic productions.  Its simplicity and purity gives a picture of everyday life, holding the audience in rapture and admiration It is  not a fulsome or a spectacular show,  nor a tale qi falsehood and fiction, but  a ti ue picture/taken from the beauties  of nature.' JfVybur heart has a tender  spot this play will reach it. If there  is any good in your soul thisplay will  expand it If there is any humor in  your make-up you will kugh till you  cry. A Story of New England life and  society in England. As a literary gem,  no sweeter story was ever told.  Two thousand dollars worth of  gowns will be actually worn on Monday night including a genuine French  Directoirc, the first in this country.  On the second and third nights two  strictly fust class comedy drames will  be presented, aud no play put on the  stage by this company can possibly  offend the most exacting or modest.���  (Advt.)        0. B. Smith Olferg Trophy  O. B. Smith of the Granby company  has offered a curling trophy to, be  played for by .Greenwood and Phoenix  clubs each year, in connection with the  Burns cup competition. The rinks  playing in the Smith trophy competition are to be skipped by the vice-  skips taking part in the Burns competition. Both clubs have signified their  acceptance and the series of games are  now being arranged.  City   License   Commissioners  Hold First Meeting,   i  The newly appointed license commissioners held their ifirst rneetiilg in  the city hall on : Thursday ; evening,  Commissioners James Marshall, (chair-.  men),0. N..Galer and,A. Hillier. being present. Authority ,was received  from the attorney-general confirming  the city council's���'appointees to the  license board. !   v; '"''  Applications for the position of chief  of police were read from ,.Wm. Oxley,,  C. Halverson, A. S. Connolly. J. I).  McLean and Adolpli Sercu. The  applications were laid over: until the  next meeting of the commissioners.  On motion of Commissioners Galer  arid Hillier, .the chief of police was  instructed to enforce the curfew bylaw.  Under the curfew bylaw it is unlawful for any child tinder the age of |j6  years to be found one the streets jof  Phoenix, without a parent or guardian  after 9 p. m., and: apy person found  guilty of such offence is liable to a  severe penalty and imprisonment.  DOMllfJlON  C^PPEll ��� t^Ml9kNir,  ZfH'5  w;:  ���nrJ��Vi'X  I  DROPS TO DEATH AT  MOTHER L0DE. MINE  Fred Hall Misses Footing and  Falls Dowtf; Raise! -   j ;  An urifbrturiate accident occurred at  Mother Lode mine last Saturday morning by which, Fred ��� ;Hall,.; a< mach^ne:  operator, lost his life.j.,, , ,;;,.,r ,, , ,ia,  He was carrying a bucket of water  when he missed his footing and' fell  down a raise some seventy feet, and  was dead when found.    ������;<  1   " ;' ; '������  Deceased .was well known through  out the Boundary. The funeral took  place to Greenwood cemetary on Wednesday,' being conducted ' by; the  Knights of Pythias^ of which order  deceased was a member.        ���.-.'; ;    ;  PltherLelser Cup  Cnrllng  The following is the result of curling  to date 111 the local Pithei Leiser cup  competition:  Skip Won     Lost   To Play  Campbell........  81        2  Sherbino    6        2        3  George    6        4        1  Brown    4        5        2  Capt. Smith.... . .  6        5        o  Strutzel   s        4        2  McNicol .4        4        3  O. B. Smith   4        5        2  Strachan       4        6 1  Reeves......    263  Gardner        3        7 1  MaishiU*.... v.. #*���- at ���.���^v'Ji". ��������������������� *a  NspoleoBiMine.' ���..��� >:-A.-.-:.  Of-all the^mines in ;the- district  (Orient, Wash.,) the-Napoleon, owned  by the B-C.,Cpppercpmpany, is second  only to .the First T|i ought, .says the  Mining News. , Jt is!labout eight miles  southeast from Orient Being some  distance from vtbe- railroad ?an. Serial  tram conveys the.ore from the;mine;to  the siding. About .thirty men are employed, and the shipments run up to  150 tons per day. The ore carries  an excess of lime and iron, and is used  to flux the other, ores received at the  company's smelter at Greenwo d.B.G.  The Napoleon jwaspnp of the first  locaiiois made when the Indian reservation iwas operieoLtoVprospectors in  r896i;asit is:well,kno,;��n several years  prior to that 'time. * Joe' Baruba was  the locator and he busied himself for a  considerable time: thereafteri'by . peddling . out: interests in small fractional  parts,"' arid it was "not for "some time  that these purchasers'-were* able ;to  check up when they discovered that  x,32-iooths had been sold by the innocent Joe, who, one wag has^ said,  thought the property was worth considerably more than par. Bonds were  taken by severnl different parties who  in turn let the ownership lapse, but in  1905 P. Burns & Co. bought it with  a view of making the then silicious  First Thought ores more marketable  by offering this ore with which it could  be neutralized., Bettei conditions prevailing at First Thought mine soon  thereafer they sold it to; the present  owners at a substantial profit.  Rev. Dr. Shearer Here Tomorrow  The Presbyterian and Methodist  churches of Phoenix will hold a union  service in the Presbyterian church tomorrow evening; there will be no service in the Methodist church. Rev.  Dr. J. G. Shearer will give an address,  and will deal with the plans of the  coming evangelistic campaign in this  district. Dr. Shearer is secretary of  the temperance and moral reform  movement in connection with the  Presbyterian church in Canada, and  was largely responsiole for the putting  through of the Lord's Day act in the  Dominion parliament. He is a forceful speaker, and those who'can attend  the'service should not fail to do so.  A union choir will furnish music.  To Develop Riverside.  Hugh Reed, who is leaving for the  east today, goes to New York to con  suit with some capitalists regarding the  Riverside property on the West Fork.  There was considerable comment  about the Riverside two years ago,  some 90 tons of ore being shipped, and  proved to be of splendid quality, rich  in silver. A $30,000 bond was taken,  and considerable development work  done, but at the time of the financial  panic operations at: the Riverside  ceased. Mr. Reed expects to see the  property extensively opened up during  the present year.  Latest Prices in ASeials  Now York���Copper, electrolytic, $13-  25 @ $13 50; laire. $18 75 @ $14.00.  Bar Hilver, 62J��  Lead. $4 57!* @ *4.62.  .   Spatter, $5.02 @ $5.0?       To tHe-*j*ci��^k^  ���-    ��������� .���������    ���-I.'. ���'':'���������'���"';'������..'.���;"���..��� ..    ������'.'���'. ���  '..'.''i'S'\.>.'"������..'/'������>'.'..-���.'.: ���" <'���, > ���. j".?';' '   ���.'.. ���'���':,,'������������.,! -X-Y . '<v'v'"'! ' ���e'ff'<tri   t �� J'��.. ���"���'���,.��� ;":C,'   ';'.'���  ','. Oi) November SO1I1, 1908, Uie National Trust Company of Toronto', which^ is the Trustee under the mortgage given to  secure the onistundine issue of $800,000 of bonds, convened a meeting of bondholders in New.YorkCity.afterpublication and  niail'nK of notice of jthe meeting to all known holders; Upwards of'ISOOiOOO bf"tbe;boridirand large 'holdings*Of stock were  represented..    /!.;"'..v ...     ���   ��� '"���..::-;:'v:: ������-:���:}'.....-. '���������  1 ���������'' Tho security. hol��lere were tlion informed of the pending proceedings for the foreclosure of the mortgage under which  ihe.property will ulioril)' be sold, and that meantime a Liquidator ;had been appointed by the CanadianjCourte to wind up  the Company. "���,;.':'���:" ������;...^ .-��.../��� >�����..��..��� ^,.u.  v:,.,:>;'-,  ��..,.' >,,,:U.],,����vvr.,,;,;;,....;.r  ���''��������� A Couniiittee Wffl appointed at that meeting from among the bondholders and stockholders then present with power  to add to its number, lo investigate the affairs of the. Company and to-formulate'a Plan,of Reorganization on'fbehalf of all  interests concerned.    Pursuant to ihis request and appointment,' the underBigned consented to'.'act aBi'uch Committee.  The Company has a number of promising mining clairiis and ihe probabilities are in favor of: the'development of a  large tonnage of low grade ore, but tho outcome of development is,-accompanied by the . uncertainties' incident to every  uiinina venture.       ...''''       '     ���' ;' ���"   ���-������",��� '���'������<!  ���������.��� �����',--    ^ ������������        ���������      ^ ������;, ��� T ,.��....,^,...  If the development work which is proposed to be done, uncovers a large tonnage,1 ii will be-neceaWary-Either to make  extensive ulteratione in the present smelter, or preferably, to construct an entirely new one on modern lines and,in a better  ! Your Committee is advised that negotiations'-have'been under Way'from time'to time wiln one ofWare of the auc-ess-  ful pperatipK mining companies in the District, to acquire all^i; part of.yiejprOpertWB oft the company^ but at a price which  would not liave'satiaried the'claimBof the bondholders arid woiilu'litive left iibtiifnK; for tlfe stockholderB.  Your Cominitteo is .of the opinion that having regard lo the large amount of additional capital which would be required to develop these properties and construct a proper emelier, to the low grade of the ore which renders the enterprise  at best strictly u manufacturing proposition with a narrow hiarginjof _prollt_undec_the..inost. advantageous .conditio*j�� of  management, and assuming tho price ofcopper'atIfoTfeslTthan 15 cenls per lb., it may be advisable toseil the undertaking  rather than continue it, and to that end thuy ask authority as part of the accompanying plan, from the security holders to  make euch a saleit in their Judgment is found to be for the best 'Interests of the ieciirity holders  ��� W"(        j'T"  '  .'"'���'".,������;���   ���������������.-." ���������-^   ���:���['��� ;-   ��� PRESENT FINANCIAL CONDITION      *-*'K/.    :    .^..u^.Hil    Ji* 1     _  Principal of outstanding Bonds .....:....;.:;'....;'....'./...'.''V!..'. "i.!?; \\''.'. ;. .v.;'....; ;ii;vvi\!."^.'i.';^��X W 0,000  Interest unpaid from June let,.1908 (say) 7,months.-.;���..:.........'..;..->  ....       23,000  Debts, includingleins for workmen's wages [approximately]. y. '..      100,000  Present outstanding share capita I,b00,000 snares, par $10 each..'.;.......:......... %. .y...,    5,000,000  l:"'1'''" "���'"''"' '-''Vi ������''������'���'������ "'';'��� :'M'-:'i:' ;,:": "''' '���'.''".'".TotaT.'..".:'..... .'.'....., :.....3kh:0...  $5,928,000 '  To this must be added Trustees' fees, Liquidator's fees, and legal and .other expenses incident to the liquidation of  the Ck>mpany,.foreclosure of the mortgage and the organization of a hew company.  ,   Your Committee after due consideration of the subject}in all its.bearings hereby recommends the following  '......-,'. v;   S-   (.;';>-   ;- I��;.r.;,-! j PLAN OP R EORQANIZATION .    ""''      ''" :::'-,r,,>! K/ "*'"' ',      .,      ,  .-, ,Tlie  property, and undertaking; of the present Company to be'a��q'uire4by the Committee at the forthcoming^  closure sale,'if in the judgment of the'eommittee it is deemed advisable. ,,   ..-':  ;j ;   /The Committee either to hold the property so purchased,' 'pending' a salethereof "by it. "or" trahs'fer 'the property to a  new company to^be organized under, ihe name of ihe NEW; DOMINION COPPER COMPANY (hereinafter referred to as  the hewCompany), 'which'ehall issuejthe following eecariues:        -,   ' .��; i��,i, .; .   . ; vo J C.-:.;r5.!ft .1  i   ���,���.���:>   '���������;>.) 6 per cent.1 10-yearincome bonds, convertible into stbcl^:.at* par..".'.'.. ...................t  600,000  ;25X),000 shares of common stock of the par value of $5 per siiare..; ......-...;..i;i.4j25p)000i,, j/��-v-  Total securities of the new Company.'....  .:...;.:... .........'........:..;_;......^.......... ,$l,750,000,v^,_���,,^  (As against the present capital stock)* debts'and"obligations of about $6,000,000 of tbe present Company, or leas than  one-third the securities of.the present Company.) -- .��/:.,;,,.   ,ii..^r;-..i,vjj.  '." The interest on the bonds will be payablesannuaJly/but only out of'the'net eifrniugs of the year. The bonds will be  retired annually at par by setting apart and applyingannuallyjtwenty percent of the net earnings of the Company^fo&tJiat  purpose, subject to the,right of,tlie Bondholders at any time within live years to convert their, oohda into, stock at, par.  Any bonds called for"payment maybeI converted into stockwithin 90 daysafter such call. 't ""'." ''"--���--' ^  '���-'��� In orderto furnish thenecessary working capital for the.development of the mines, the reconstruction of the smelter  and to cover: the expenses of foreclosure; reorganization arid the underwriting of the requirements' of tlie 'newr company,  the stockholders will be required to tubscribe for tbe Income Builds at par to tbe extent of $500,000,- and only-thoee-stockholders so subscribing will participate in the securities of the new Company.; The bonds will be in denominations of $100  and each stockholder will be,asked to1 subscribe for one bond at the par value of $100, with respect to each 100 shareB oi  the Company, now owned by him. Every stockholder so subscribing will receive in addition to the new Income Bond,  one share of'common stock of the new Company for each 10 shares now. held by him.  The Caih Requlreuieais of This Plaa Have Bcea Uaitferwritlea.  TheCommittee or members thereof may become underwriters or subscribers^ to the securities of thVhew cbmrJany and  may. participate in the benefits thereof free from restriction as though'they had not assumed any trust relation to.tbia-.plan.  Under thisplah the depositing holder of���    .;     ,���   ;.   i   ������  ,-.', "���'',',   { \  '���    '���.:..-.  100 shares of present stock of par valueoi $10 each upon subscribing and. paying at par-fpr,$100 of new, Income  Bonds, would receive euch bonds and 10 shares of new stock of the par value of $6 each; '    |  Each holder of $1000 par value of the present bonds would receive for the.bonds and accrued interest,.'210  j-,-.',..-., uharea'of new stock: ofthe par value of $5 each; and, ,..-.;.., i.. , . : ...��� T ���'.;> .'.% *:���*, * 1  Each.$100 Creditor's Claim would receive 20 share's of new stock of tli<5 par value of $5 eachj''^" '"��� ���*���*���;��� s. ���  ���"���������'. TJnder this plan 168,000 shares have been set apart in exchange for the present issne of $800,000 bonds and"intere��t  ���atockholders.'wlid .subscriBe'for iricome^bonda will receive 50,(X)0 new shares; as to those Who do not so .subscribed the  Underwriters will receive the stock applicable to the: "nori subscribing stockholders. Creditors will receive 20,000 new  shares and Underwriters will receive 12,000 new shares as an underwriting commission, which will absorb the entire stock  issue of 250,000 shares, .    .' ��. " <  The Ct mmittee are expressly empowered at any time after any deposit of securities has been made under this plan  or after the sale of the property, or after ^organization of the new Company or the transfer of the property to it, to sell the  entire property, assets, and unuertukings of the present Company or the securities deposited under'the plan, representing  such property and assets, or the securities of the new company, but in no event for less than $800,000 in cash. . I  The proceeds of such sale shall be distributable among the depositors of securities and claims in the proportions in  which such deposiiors are entitled to participate in the securities of the new Company.  In view of the impending sale cf the property under forclosure, the security holders who desire to participate iu. this  Plan are required to deposit their securities with the Hungarian American Bank, No. 32 Broadway, New York City,  aot later |6aa  February 25in, 1909.       "    "    Certificates of stock in order to be entitled to deposit must be indorsed in blank and must be accompanied . by the  payment of the first instalment on account of the new income Hoods. The payments by stockholders are to be made in  four installments, as follows:   .-���.'���'��� ���    '   ' ',���<.;..���.-.-.>  25 per cent of the par value of new bonds subscribed at the time of deposit oi the present. ,: ;���  -  stock, not later than February 25th, 1909   ................ 25c per share  .25 per cent withinithirty days thereafter, to wii: March 25th, 1909................... 25c   "    '"'     ���        ���  25 per cent within sixty days thereafter, to wit: April 25th, 1909 25c   ."  ��� "  ,   ���    ...  25 per cent within ninety days thereafter, to wit.May 26th, 1909 .....25c   ".'."  For all amounts of less than $100 payable by stockholders on account of new bonds subscribed hereunder,' the Committee may issue scrip or such other form of security exchangeable for bonds in denominations of not less than $100 as they  may determine. . .  ������>! Arrangements have been made with the Underwriters by which holders of less than 100 shares of stock may acquire  additional Bond scrip by purchase at par, to entitle them to a $100 bond, to the extent if any, to which the Underwriters  would be otherwise entitled to such Bonds, provided such stockholders will apply for such additional Bcrip at-the time of  their subscriptions-hereunder. * "'''*  Negotiable temporary receipts will be issued for the sucurities deposited.       , ���.;���!.  ALL DEPOSITORS WILL BE DEEMED TO HAVE ASSENTED TO THE TERMS OP THE PUN AND AGREEMENT, COPIES OF  WHICH MAY BE HAD ON APPLICATION TO THE HUNGARIAN AMERICAN BANK OR TO THE CHAIRMAN OP THE COMMITTEE.  : CHABLE8 HAYDEN, Chairman. 25 Broad St., N. Y.  WARREN W. FOSTER,  JOHN A. SLEICHER,  WARREN CURTIS,  JAMES WILLIAMSON,  HENRY H. MELVILLE,  SAMUEL, UNTERMYER, Wm. C. TAYLOR, Secretary,  Counsel for Committee. 37 Wall St.,.N. Y.  Boundary Side Lights  Greenwood curlers are represented  at Rossland bonspiel.  Barn���In Greenwood, on Jan. 30th,  to Mr. and Mrs. G.H. Cropley, a son.  Born���At Mother Lode, on Jan. 30,  to Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Keir. a daughter.  Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Helsby have  returned to Eholt after an extended  trip to Nova Scotia.  Barclay & Co., of Greenwood have  purchased the dry goods stock of the  Hunter Kendrick company of that city.  The B. C. Copper smelter treated  9,052 tons of ore this week, as follows:  Mother Lode, 8,526; Oro Denoro, 30;  other properties, 496.  Rev. Father Ferroux of Carmi predicts a rush of at least a- thousand  settlers to the West Fork as soon as  the Midway-Penticton railway construction begins.  A. M. Whiteside, of Vancouver,  was a visitor in the Boundary; during  the past week. He was here on a  comission for the Golden Eagle Mining company, which is developing a  mining property on the North Fork.  The following have been appointed  commissioners    for   taking    affidavits  of  the   Election  S'5'HSE5HSS525H5HSa5a'"iES'2S'5��25S^  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  Fab. 13 '09  The rollovriug imblc given the ore shipments of Boundary mines lor   1900  11903, i<)04.  1905.  1906,  1907, 1908 sod 1501;, as reported to the Phoenix Pioneer���  1901.   1903,  Minb. 1901       190a       1903  iGrauby Mines... 131,763 309,858 393,71s  650  under the provisions  Act in Greenwood division: Alexander  Stewart, Eholt; Donald A. McDonald,  Greenwood; William Phillips, Denoro;  Sam T. McOrmand, Eholt; William  Clough Wilson, Boundary Falls; Lewis  E. Salter, Midway; S. T. Larsen, Rock  . Crceki David A. Good, Deadwood.  55��  1,040  Snowshoe....  Phoenix Atrial.-  B. C Copper Co.  Mother Lode...  B C. Mine   Ultima   Ora Denoro....  Sou uie Belle   Oom. Cop. Co....  Br'klyu-Stem..  Idaho-   Rawhide   Sunset -   Mountn Rose..  Athelstan   wi    Morrison _  re K. Bell   K^ Senator   Brey Fogle   [SNo. 37   K Reliance   Sulphur King.-.  [O Winnipeg; _..  K^ Golden Crown...  King Solomon...  QJ 3ig Copper   KNo. 7 Mine   City ol Paris      a.ooo  [H Jewel  35��'  K Rivet Skie   Carmi   ffiSally   K Gambler   Butcher Boy ���  [= Duncan   ni Providence   "] Elkhorn   [Hsirathmoie ._   K Golden Ragle   Preston   [}, Prince Henry   K Skylark   _  Last Chance   [r,E. P. O.Mine   KBay   _, Mavis   U] Don Pedro   M Crescent   _  I  ��� ���731    30,800   71,'1'  1904        1003  549.703 6SJ.S89  1906  801404  8,4*6  1908  6��3.��7 loa8,747  48,hl6  1007  ��3.53;  ��35.oo>  99.034 141.3*6 138.079  47.405    14.811 19,365  8.530 13,937    15.517  174,198 U7.S76  9483  .��.o��7  37.960  16,400  33.350   SS73'  801     7.455   ��5.73��  875  "665  150  560  785  635  481  3,060  "'890'  319  5.646  3.339  '"363  1.435  3.070  3.350  1./59  4.586  S.4SO  333  3<S4  33  35,108  3.056  4,747  105,900  1488  11 804  3.��77  30  140,685  3.96b  36,033  48090  3.555  308 j����  I.7I*  ���8,374  14.481  345  331.809  Past  1909   Week I  116 689   15.569 j  30,310    3,050 j  54.i8o     7,308}  66,630      1,080 30}  1,833  43.395  13.253  64.173  3��.37o  3��.358  649  S78o  10,740  3.803  530  llO  33  150  586  993  400  167  niRuby   In Republic   nJ Mtocellsneous...  So  3.456  335  5<w   30  79  145  736  7.0  335  ���50     10     ���3  S��  SO  58<,  1*>  ���"J��     73  .....  30  40     90  60  20  750  500  ...30  106  76  I 140  40  140  ��o  >5  589  90  40  700  to  108  ��4  3��  45  33  K    Total.tons 300,800 508,876 690,419 839,FoS :33,63s 1.161.337 '."48,337 1.487,480 101,119   34.957  Smelter treatment���  Uranby Oo     130.838   t|3j40 401,911 596.��53 687,aH8     818,879   637.6*6   1017,544110,105    19,6331  BC.CopperCo.    117,611 148,600 163,913 110,484 3io H30     133.74��   341.953     364.850   48,653     9.053f  rUOom. Cop. Co _ i3��J7o   30.930   84,059     3i8,8��     153439     a3.66��   ~~~" .'33.017 1.359.060 158,758   38,685  [n Total reduced..   348439 460,940 697404 837,66s o3i,8/7 I.I7��43�� '  S5HSBS15^5r!5SKSE5c^5i5aSfi^52SESH52^^ rxta  If 1>; 'ft  ns��jl:iae jwcisore sacrte* sti^^a-jaK.-"  eRJBUM  *St4.wasJ  -~.. ���     ft  ��BBS.'  Perfectly pure, unquestioaabiy wWe-  some.   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ZAmaataw ts. Gaaii   '  J^TiBntntTf ana SHacri BccKi^- teaa:s:  , }<b3H dt��?ir"titity..gMide:<nii Sjajgai! iiegt. ��2  -.Itte.'SSdipnstr^rni' bk now. diamgians  lag Biin^i Cainrnoiay ami tiie Ej&ncn-  ;odhe tsann dianrrjians; at tSe grairie  aniviacss, and: nscenr ciiailfcngeis vac  ittnz Sfcanfe. omj, tfie game. v& bdhu  io��ikat�� ��iit:*aiiii to with, mucii- iinsressi-  m&r mMMMmsB  WinSESfBTQ ZAM-8U��s  1^:^ s*j* <ndfc a tewsLtas nor ��������.  SSL ��firf *��> the jj**^* ��if*^,,atS  aAsm.   Tovk *ra�� cbearioS uad^i. ������4 ����^  ���mii-in ��� ftirr^ *���"- **"** ^H*,r ����^e"f*tV^a  (fcaKsoosM �����/ fc*** of soas*fhias wwc*  wB aa"* rtwus: ���  ZoarSvA ex.7>D e��ft.-*C/ .*������� J����fc��nr ���*>���������������� ��4  St si���v. ��*��� �������*���' "^-'���7 ���**"* -^L ^  asnstt sad stin. Ww.tp<��*>��=����. ^��o^��m��4rtt S��ro��r'J ����*.  ^. o^ soi-a. et**��u!: l""* J'��'': ���*��* *'��t��� *��a����' "����  Bt�� t&r para .tfesaoi.. S asm , rt��K��uCt<m.. .saxrteiifif. *sut  tsaSes, JS :h-m*xa auC earn mSL .JC SO* s iax.rtr-'jHaC--  fm prvm. Znm-BulL Cow TurmOL. Jsr trie*  "iSostaJSirV ,rt*. '".    '   ���   %  ���Vi  DRAYING  OJ all   kii��.l��   prompt I v ..,     jg��  jo.    !UPW;Er^,|^|  ,ordW��.       pi��,"��ns*F  JAflES-G. McKEOW^  B0HTrf*8p;^  ^\&?ii:.tfJi&*Lm<L.h<m;^ila^  prvmpify at/ended to;  Mjunr{ ^\  "hhoseu*  r'/r/  a tfetsaltf.  A. S; HOOD,  ;*����. ��!ifari��is��t skffcreat liarn{t  Bank Block. Phoenix Rr  i'UCK .���"COLLIN  SKAViNc; PAkl.Oks  AND     BATH ROOM.       [j*  jitsJB a*K,ttaVte*aft Bscn'..',' !,':  ���Cose, mux AftMML',   J;. , '" rKOixij(i [j 11 f.',  if  tne <JREAT skim-coreJ  TSe Otslj Fffisc-Osss. and U��?-To-  feooicHTar' to toc��.    Best 5a'mp��e.  staomsiix tfee Bbrrnrarrirg Opg��3sffie''  Steaun   j*    Heate<l  JAMJES MARSHAIX, Prop.  wumtam  .^&H:I^4SW' 3B&&B  Greenwood   Liqttor ^o>  ���& == ���.,,-,.: .. - -    ���   ,'". y"  j Wt fiisan^i: rite aattSiaii; a����ffi<'^^,Ba��o&^��w^;^^^^  I' -       tite Chaucest Israsora'Ci arfti Dobjksgc  i  ! t  WiSigSy Uquors and Ggars  As w=. sip career m Cirxibads, ye caa  scales- c&e   ];  erfess "gftrt and .sJTPe pcoen^t smpnifTif    ;  Tau;can;eaataayitiitig jaar CTrtirmrrii1  IciK^-swrdurHC'Ira^ailai ophk; aiTSMiiv  '���sss^m-mfWs^S^r- an tfiac. vaurthiMf  ia^SB^fcdr^Bnraeate ohj jwur smraacS:  nU jvsr.mSC acsa&iuuail^ taite; a. little'  Jas. McCrealif & Co.  r-;"lSmiiT^aEeals.-.' wfll' taste; spaar^,. ami  ���amniiuc can: ferxntat; <3t sam. into acid  xnr goisDaE oxr Stimaca gas, which causes  BiTBmp'rTj, a feeling of full-  ;igr^'��Tte^w^j5Eagse��.. Indigestion  ^iiBE^Sin^billead rn stomach), . Bil-  ^Siuaoieas, HesTthnm^ trala- brash, pain  an aOnnacxri and. ihtesrines  or  ether  syrnptDuisi.  rTffwBfdi'egi^ from; the sEnmach are  aiHaitUe:y;; iinknotm where thisr efFesr  ;aveinesrjett5f.isiused&. Diapepa'nraailf  ic��oe5.ail: the; WMfeof a heaithy stomach.  lb.digssisryoBrroealsiwhen.ypxu- stom- i  IjOWEB .TOWN.  PC��   AK   EAJTY   SHAVE  ATOSTYUSH KAIRCVT  saths II  CONKBCTia  PHOESIX    LODGK  S.  ������ aav l* I����)  . Nl. U|  SgaJimfiam. B��H. OM I.-cn.juin ,^y f  Vlsitisia tmlMs tonSstSy f&ma -.    |w  J V -1   ���;' < KiV rr��xsriio.��. ?��>, j  vr:'; A.' b�� josjussio*. fa. se, tej  nweniMBT > Msaofii:!  IB  1 ?��� Meets tmtry T sr?:5.-��41 Ere 1  i?V  ��**..��* Mljiri's' Cmos Htm  QpraU? 'WTJ-rrrwt SttS��ciW=r- Vjst-b=<  OAV3>-'CrC��XEY, Psaiaa. |  ���5TlsV;:.IjOKrTTn'r lezesri.  G-i ,���..' ����sfsista,:cili����ifS'iicsf'rn I j. a.  jg-    c��l T*uttJi��y of qcii aont)t.  WB.aarW.sta- SScck.  T. JCSSXKXDKO,  T. aOOBUCL  LO. O. F.  >'��sex>. 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(-���Jaim. afjc.ti or mcarwtt tn "^�� ^  tile BMfcstb af tJto-iJwsruaa.t ia W" ^' "^.ja.^f,;  ,.,;C3��  ���ml. tsiai��s��_ ami; Siil: psu*iouJa--�� ������  tHrmnwc..aard: st ��iai��rmera:�� ��i ^* *^.';j b, 1.3,  ��B: **ciJli��a by %caS��tars itoriikr*"^'11  4,It��c <3��*sai<t r t* (isiir.o*. r'":f'  )���������*  isirJ'-  aiiJU��ti��J��c-wia':!jro��n��r4; w-i^ '-^ "*_;.m  ot-*Hii.'.'i.Ufli9hiii:.��Mit: !>��"�� s***1 IJ,f'":  Dutea ����� ��raii<i SForlU, ��-C,  Ktlii JtMHis" ��A ...rue*  *����Wim   ��*-M     fVr>  ���*t.   i-WrtS1  I��rsrt5      W l����r ��������*��* *���*���***"  t �� j"��V  ��3r^1 "t  Wit i*j*j,  *1     J"      ��   f,  'if   "  >=' IT;  - r*  ^HB PHOENIX PIONEER   ��� ���:���.-"���"!���"'��� '���-:^Tnii<wrffiiis*iai^iiMTi^  %  IHi  D,  ��.  15   ifJ  4i  Hi  .}  &  1   *  ",;T HART'S VERSION OF  VJ     BRIDESVILLE HOLDUP  >/��,*��* ,..'., ���  y.-���*-.v-.   ..;.'���  '  /H Were After Ritchey' Sawmill  Pay-Roll Wad.  In reporting the capture of ;th��  Bridesville bandits by Constables  Bun bury and Docksteader last week;  tlie"Ch'esaw News gives the following  "interestingaccount iiV part:  "Hart madf a clt-an breast of the  aff.tir, going into detail, hoping to be  shown leniency by peaching on his  partners. He says he was oh his -way  home from Phoeiiix when he rriet the  Newman' boys, who broached the  Bridesville matter. They used the;:lining of their coats and their, sweaters  for masks, and proceeded to Bridesville. After the train left they laid for  the storekeeper. : When he appeared,  accompanied by Station Agent Ingram,'  they covered them and while Cleave  Newman frisked them,, Bill Newman  went through the store. The frisk  resulted in a clean up of but 40 cents,  this coming from Ingram. Bill claims  he got only $940 from the store, $3 of  which, he gave to Hart, but the fact of  the matter is over $75 was taken from  the store. Hart claims that they looked  for the pay roll for the Ritchey saw  mill on the train that evening, which  amounted to over $800, but were disappointed by a delay somewhere. This  was the main objert of the robbery.  '���Court will sit in Greenwood in  May when they will be brought to  trial. Although 'Hart expects to be  back within thirty days, it is quite evident that they/will.all be assigned to  quarters at Kamloops for a long period  of years.  "After the arrest of the trio it has  leaked out through parties who have  not dared to let,.it out. before, that  over 30 head of North Half horses,  many of them from the vicinity of  Chesaw? and Molson, have been run  out of the country by the gang, and  Are. now ranging in the Moses Meadow  country near Orriak, awaiting for the  opening of spring when they were to  be taken into the lower country."  M*~Trwrrr���mm  t��) ��� ���".  t ,'��*^�� ��� ��ss.i'��wini 0% li'ym "stss-yt ��� ���  PROVINCIAL.  I ft(-  ir<��  1 i 'FiV  '<*di  i**\  r, cm  iri *  _m  l-J^- ,  bice  ���.<���<  ii��  c**  tot-l  a..*'  : *�� il. ����S  US/  iJS��*r  i:s��r  Buster's Philosophy.���UX.i  ��� Resolved, that that kid is like lots of  others He is having sickness forced  upon him; If he was told that health,  happiness and prosperity are the  natural right of those who obey nature's  ldws,r and given something to laugh at  he* would forget the sick business.  Drugs are poison and poison can't do  anyone any good. It is literally true  that "as a man thinketh in his heart so  15 he,"sick' or well, rich or ' poorer success or failure���it's ail in his mind,  ('ure your mind first boys, rid it of  hate, j--alousy, fear-and failure. Then  M> to1 work and forget yourself.  COMES  But it must be well digested.  �� The power to think well, "work well,  deep well, and cnjov life depends ma 11-  1} upon the ability of jour digct.ve  organs to extract strength and noun -h-  uient from food. When di jestiou fails,  as >in dyspepsia and indigestion; Uie  body is starved," no matter how much  food is eaten. It also becomes poisoncd.-  Food remaining in the stomach ferments,  producing poison jus gases, which, being  absorbed into the blood, shatter the  nerves, dull the brain, create disease,  and give rise to headaches, languor, loss  of appetite, palpitation, flatulence, and  other disorders of the blood and nerves.  , When the stomach, liver and kidneys  fail to perform their functions perfectly,  there is no remedy that will so soon  restore them to health and vigour as  Mother Seigel's Syrup. As a digestive  tonic and stomachic remedy it has no  equal. This is the testimony of thousands.  Mrs. Peter Brennun, I'etervi'le, I'.E.I.,  writing on August   iCth., 1908, says :���  Our little daughter, Annie May, suffered from stomach malady and headaches  for nearly three years. We tried numerous remedies but nothing seemed to do  her any good; until we give her a fair  trial of Mother Seigel's .Syrup. She has  now taken the contents of two bottles  aud to-day she is in perfect health.  ��� , ao-oS  Price 60 cents a bottle.   Sold everywhere.  A. J. White & Co., Ltd., Montreal,  CANADIAN PACIFIC  ATLANTIC.STEAMSHIPS  From St. John.N.B.       From Liverpool  Feb. ^6 T^ike Champlain Jan. 20  Feb; 12.....Empreaa of Ireland;.,..Jan.'��9  Feh..26....,EinpreB8 of Brituiu. ...Feb. 12  Mar".  6... ...Lh.B'e Erie...........Feb. 17  Mar. 12l...Empress of Ireland,.,,.Feb. 26  Mar. 20........Lake Manitoba Mar.   3  Mar.,26..,..Empress of Britain....Mar. 12  April  3..,..,Lake Champlain Mar. 17  April  9.., Empress of Ireland....Mar. 20  April23... Empress of Britain....Mar. 31  for   further   information   regarding  rates, dates of sailing, etc . apply  W.H.  DEACON, O.P.A., Nelson, B.C.  |_G,.M^B^W.��.e^4f��Moft-i^jl?.��>i , J**"���**^ ��*0���� J^P..MHV��Q*   -e��  wOwing to the deep snow and the  cold   weather,  drilling for oil'in the  Flathead   valley   has   ceased   for the  winter.'. ;.������,,  ��� ������' G.<''O. Demarez, of 'Fernie,'''has  placed a model of his propeller'before  the   British' Admirality   and  expects  great, result's,, I  ������������-,     -"'���  ���        ��� ���  ��� 1.  In blowing but a bluff at''Prince  Rupert twelve tons of black powder  were used and 20,000 tons of rock  broken up by the big blast.   .  E" B., Drummond, Kamloops, would  like to hear from all who;s��rved in tjhe  South African war. He is forming jan  association of South African veterans.  Work on a large scale will 'shortly  be done at Powell river, the site1 of a  big paper and pulp mill, to be erected  by the Canadian  Industrial company.  James Burgess, the blind man Who  kee>s a cigar store iu Salmo, was  robbed of. $40 last week by a sneak  thief who entered the shop from1'the  rear.'  The average value of farm land'in  British Columbia is $76.10 per acre.  This is about $30 more per acre than  the next highest province in trie'Do;  minion. . i /,,  r For the six months ending Decern  ber 31st, 1908, the Provincial Revenue  amounted to $3,75��,648 and the expenditure for the same period, to $2,-  486,483. ,;     ������   ,', "... ,���;'.',''     .  ':.'.':l  .The Great Northern and - Northern  Pacific railways are planning for' big  terminals at Vancouver, and' the harbor at that; point is to be improved,at a  cost of a million dollars.    . > '  Ex Governor   Dewdney,   who' has  '' '. 1, ��� ������   "���'��� '     ��� '''l    - ;'J ''���; l'l'-     '"'  lived,fifty years in British;.Columbia,  has gone to England for the; purpose  of enlisting the aid of capital for several  western enterprises that he is interested in. _','"_'  Extensive work on the C.P.R. Pa  cific Division, amounting to approximately $2,000,000, will be carried out  this year according to statements made  by F. F. Busted, general superintendent of the Pacific division.  Hon. James Knyvett Estcourt How  ard, 22 years old, brother and heir of  Lord Suffolk, is lying at the point! of  death at the Waldorf-Astoria, New  A'ork, the result of a terrible experience  while hunting in Northern Kootenay  some weeks'ago. ':  There is a crusade ' at Nanaimo  against permitting the' Japanese ��� to  control the herring fisheries. Regulation specifying the hours of catching  fish are disregarded by the Japanese  and it is insisted by the Dominion  government see that they are strictly  enforced.  The seventh annual convention of  District 18 of the United Mine Workers of America at Lethbridge, Alta.,  will go on record as being one. of 'the  most important in the history ol  the district. One of the questions which came before the convention was that ot'alIowing~"Asiatics  to become members of the union. The  constitution extends to all men in and  around the "mines; without regard to  race or color, except Chinese or Japanese, an invitation to unite with the  union.  MARTIN; BURRELL        V  GUEST AT LUNCHEON  Addresses the Canadian' Club  at Montreal  Montreal, Feb. 8���"The' resources  of,- British Columb'a"; form* d , the subject on which Martin Burrell, MP. for  Yale-Cariboo;- gave an interesting talk  to members of the Canadian club; at  the weekly luncheon this afternoon."  Mr; Burrell jocularly touched on the  "encyclopedia of ignorance" which  prevails in some': quarters ''regarding  British .Columbia, and then went oh  to describe the- commercial ��������� value'! (if  the Pacific: waters whitih Washed'British  Columbia and 1 the islands. Conclud  ing;'Mr'.!! Burrell dealt with*''-'what 'he  called distinctive B. C. questions.  First, there were 'difficulties of, set-  ling a country with such extraordinary  gepgrajhical conditions. These cbn-  'ditioiis calledI "for ''better ' terms" from  the dominion government, a necessity  which everybody acknowledged who  had any knowledge of; the province.  Then there was the problem of/Asiatic  immigration. In .this regard he believed ' the preservation of the social  and industrial life of Canadian children, and their children's children,' depended upon the wisdom 'With'1 which  this problem was'dealt. ��� He believe'df  the views of the west on this question  were sound, and personally he emphatically endorsed Rudyard Kipling's  sentiments, that they must choose between their own kith and kin and the  undesirable'alien;1 separated in his  aims and instincts from them by thclus  ands of years.  MAKE THIS UP  AT y6UR HOME  BOUNDARY & KOOTENAY IW ORB RECORD  Sbipmenlt aad Smelter Receipts Fer Year lo  Dale.  Ore shipments from the various  mines of Boundary and Kootenay, and  the receipts of ore at the smelters of  Southeastern British Columbia for last  week and for 1909 to date are as  follows:  SHIPMENTS. .WEEK. YEAR.  Boundary .... . .36,359     142.850  Rossland.........   5,tJ9       ��S��996  East Columbia River  3*091        i5.8'9  Total.... 44��56��     *1*>291  SMELTER    RECEIPTS���  Granby...  ai,94V 89,115  B.C. Copper Co. .. 12,374 44��464  Trail   7,399 26,141  North port (LeRoi)..      536 4.582  Total    3��.��S3    H4.7S'  Home-Made, Though Effective Medicine for  Kidney Trouble  Here is a simple home-made mixture as given by an eminent authority  on Kidney diseases, who makes the  statement that it will relieve almost  any case of kidney trouble if taken  before. the stage of Bnght's disease.  He stntes that such symptoms as lame  back, pain in the side, frequent desire  to urinate, especially at night; painful  and discolored urination, are readily  overcome. Here is the recipe. , Try  it:  Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half  ounce; Compound Kargon, one ounce;  Compound Syrup Sasparilla, three  ounces. Take a teaspoonful after each  meal and at bedtime.  These ingredients are all harmless  and easily mixed at home by shaking  well in a bottle. This mixture has a  peculiar healing and soothing effect  upon the entire Kidney and Urinary  structure, and often overcomes the  worst forms of Rheumatism in just a  little while. This mixture is said to  remove all blood disorders and cure  Rheumatism by forcing the Kidneys to  filter and strain from the blood and  system all uric acid and foul, decomposed waste matter, which cause these  afflictions. Try it if you aren't well.  Save the prescription.  B. C MINING  A new coal mine is being opened up  at South Wellington, near Nanaimo.  '. -The Goose Bay (property near Prince  Rupert   is  emp'dying  40   men,   pros  peeling for copper gold ore.  ii-.''   -;,...   ��� !     '-,'���..    .��� ..'  , The True Blue group of claims  op  True Blue Mountain has been bonded  and work will soon be resumed.  All the property of the Sullivan company at Marysville has been siezed'by  tiits sheriff: oil iehalf of the Crow'v  Nest Pass Coal company.  Thirty inches of 5% copper ore was  opened., up- on.,the Chamonix..;claim,  near Vinir, recently . in. the face of a  99"ff., crosscut, at a depth of 60 't.  A   large' hydraulic   plant,   costing!  $35,000,   will    be   placed   oh   Riiby  creek, Atlin district, this year.   ^Seattle  and Boston capitalists are behind  the  mine.  In the Windy Arm district the 100-  ���ton concentrator of the Venus is operating steadily. Plans are under way to  double the capacity of the concentrator  and so inciease the output.  At the Le 'Roi smelter at Northp"  Wash., two furnaces ofthe battery are  burning steadily. It is the intention  of the management to increase the output of this reduction works in the m.ar  future by heavier treatment of custom  ore., .,...������:.'  The Crow's 1 Nest Pass Coal company are looking ahead towards' doing  a very larte amount of building in the  near future. Just at r,resent things in  this respect are in an embryo state, but  within a short time 1,000 more coke  ovens will be built there and other improvements made that will put Fernie  away in the lead of any city in the  Kootenay.  ;  ;   .���"."���������  Subscribe^for the' Pioneer and get  the latest Boundary news.  M1  MBS. MART HKYKB.  K8.  MABY    MEYEB,   Thom��on  Avenue, near  Shell Road, Win-  flold, L. 1., N. Y., ���writes:  I     "I have boon annoyed with a cough  for years.   Often It yrsvt no bad that X  I eonld not aloep half the night.   Many  people   thought   I  Consumption I bad..consumption.''  Was   reared.  CANADIAN  ANNUAL  Eastern Canada  Excursions  Pboeaix Rillwar TiaeteMc.  .' --c. -p; r.v   - (." -  Leaves for Eholt and Nelson, 2.20 p.m.  Arrives    ..      ... ..    5 00 p.m  GREAT  NORTHERN.  Leaves for Grand Forks and '  Spokane .. ..     8.55 a.m  Arrives     . . .. 6.30 p.m  "A woman recommended Peruna   to  me two years 'ago.  I began to take Peruna, and now I am  perfectly free from a cough.   I am glad  to say that Peruna cured me entirely.  "I take Peruna occasionally, when I  do not feel well, and I also give it to my  children.    ...        -.....-  "Peruna la the best medicine for coughs  and colds, J have told many people how  'much Peruna has helped me." "' j  Mrs. Hettie Green, R. B. No. 6, Iuka,  JU., writes as follows of the emesvey of  'Perana:" - ������'��� ���' ��� :*:;";  "Last November I had catarrh and  felt so miserable I thought that 1 would  go into consumption..  "I tried so many doctorn and medicines  but nothing, did me any good, only  Peruna. '���'  "After I began the use of Peruna I be-,  gan to improve in'every way. 'My heed  did not hurt so much, my stomach ia all  right, my bowels are regular,>my appetite, good, my complexion clear, my  eyes are bright and am gaining in flesh  and strength.   , M   . ������  "I think Peruna has no equal as a catarrh remedy." \[  Peruna tends to lessen the cough', decreases the expectoration, strengthens  the patient, increases the appetite and  In many cases procures itnund, refreshing ��leej.  JMSS sUTOXAH B. BltOOMK.  MUa BenUh B. Broome, 409 12th St.,  27. E., Waahington, D. O., writes:  "I have suffered Uomwemk lung* and  catarrhal trouble* for four yoars, brought  on by many neglect-  Weak      Lunfs  Far   Years.  ed colds, but on the  recommendation of  a frlond I gave  Peruna an honest  trial and I am pleased to ��Ute that it  reatored me to perfect health. There  is not the slightest trace of catarrh in  my fiystam and my lunga are perfectly  sonnd.  "1 unhesitatingly give this taatimo-  nial."   ���������,,��� '    '      O  Mrs. William Hohmann, 660 tt. Paulina St., Chicago, 111., writes: ���  "I suffered with catarrh of the bronchial tubes and bad a terrible cough ever  since �� child. After a while It got so  bad I had to congh both winter and  summer. Finally, I burst a blood vessel  in my throat from the strain of coughing, next a blood vessel in my stomach,  so I kept getting worse and doctoring,  and even, then could get no relief. I  thought, and everybody else, that 1 had  consumption.  "Reading the papers about Perana I  decided to try it, withont the least bit of  hope that it would do me any good/ But  after taking three bottles I noticed a  change. My appetite got better, so I  kept on, never got discouraged.       r;  "Finally I seemed, not to cough so  much, and the pains in my chest got  better. I am well now. X cannot tell  you how grateful I am, and I cannot  thank Peruna enough. It has cured  where doctors have failed. People who  think  they  have  consumption  better  ' - - - MISS JOSIK SOHAZTZXX; '  Miss Josie Schaetzel, General DaUv*  cry, "Applo toni Wlscou's hi J wrl tes :j >  "I. contracted, a severe cold 'vwhlob  settled bn'my lungB ih yery|hori order,  and it was not long untiTH developed  into a serious case of catarrh. -^JEvery  morning I would raise a lot 0/phlegm,  which was very disagreeable. iMy digestion was poor and my lunga eoire.  "After a few doses of Peruna I began  tO  ��""^   ���"���*   '-" _  '" '-"'f  that if I kept on  ^ -.   ��� ��� .Ml       I  CortsumptUa I  taking jit., it would;  not be Icing until I  would be   well.   I,. Vl.  was right, tox in four weeks I waa welt  egala.  -'��� :\'. |2j    .  ��� "I think Peruna is a grand madieine,  and wish to add my testoony'to tha  'many'othera'yon^haTOi''.'-''-1''---''   't--?|  ���' The fight against consnmpttoB la bo*  coming a national problem. J.    ::;j;  Everywhere we bear of vtMaJtattams  established at the expeoM of tn�� atata  for the treatment of thavast^arny of  consumptive*.  The open air ferWtoent, fraeh air, aad  sunlight, are recognised by tha.matUeat  prof eaaion generally aa being tho great*  est necessities in the troatmabt of *on>  sumption in all its atagea. -     \   .-J  Dr. Cartman has for many yaara ad*  vocated the frean adr trMteoant^or ooa*  sumption. At the ,same'sim��!lie|haa '  recognised'' Peruna' as^a naefal pallia*  tlve for the many distressing symptoaa*  which accompany the white plaguaL  The promptness with whloh| Perana  relieves a freeh cold, and even remove*  chronio colds, la well-known. This  ranks Perima'aa a reliable prophylaaUc  against oooaampUoa*  igivelta trial."  Ai3k your Druggist for a Free Peruna Almanac for 1909  JOHN APPLEBY,  BUILDER   AND  CONTRACTOR  DEALER IN ALL  KINDS  OF BUILDING   MATERIAL  SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL  KINDS OF SHOP AND REPAIR WORK  OFflCE AND SHOP,  IRONSIDES AVENUE  AND THIRD STREET  P.O. BOX NO.  148  'PHONE 56  -th  DANNY DEANE, Proprietor.  NOTICE.  In the matter of the Land Registry  Act and in the Mutter of the Title to Lot  6, Block 1. Old Ironsides subdivision,  Town of Phoenix.  Whereas the Certificate of Title of  William J. Porter being certificate of  Title No. 10558a to the above hereditaments has been destroyed and apb'ica-  tion has been made tome for a duplicate  thereof! ...  Notice Is hereby given that a duplicate certificate of Title to the above  heiedilaments will be issued at the ex  piration of one month from the first  publicaMod hereof unlesa in the meantime valid objection tb the contrary is  made to me in writing:  W. H. EDMONDS.  District Registrar  Land Registry Office,  Low Round Trip Kates to  ONTARIO, QUEBEC AND  MARITIME PROVINCES  Tickets     issued    in    connection    with  Steamship Rueiness will be on sale from  Nov.  21.  and   limited   to  five  monthp  from date of issue.  FINEST   EQUIPMENT.      STANDARD   FIRST-  CLASS  SLEEPING  AND   TOURIST   CARS   ON  ALL THR0U6H TRAINS.  2 Through Express Trains Daily  THE "TORONTO EXPRESS"  leaves Winnipeg daily at 22.10, making  connections  at  Toronto  for all  points  east and west thereof.  Apply to nearest C. P. R. Agent for full  information.  $ Church Services Tomorrow |  Q'**t/^%/^4*s^a>^k^'%^^*By"(y<��V^^'*feO  Methodist���Service every Sunday  evening at 7.30; Sunday School at 2.30  p.m.; choir practice Friday, eveninp  7.30; Geo E. Strachan.  St. Andrews'  Presbyterian Church  Preaching      Service      tomorrow     at  7:30  p. m. Sunday school and Bible  class at 2:30 p.m.    A cordial welcome  to all.    Rev.  Samuel   Lundie, Pastor  Catholic���Church of Our Lady 01  the Good Counsel.���Divine Service  every and and 4th Sunday of each  month. Holy Mass, 10 a.m. Sunday  School, 3:30 p.m. Vespers and Bene  diction 7:30 p.m. Father J. A.  Redard, O.M.L Pastor.  Dominion Ave.. Nsar City Hall  PHOENIX, B. C  Carriages and Other Rigs, Horses and Saddles  For Any Part of the Boundary. Express and  Baggage Transfer Given Prompt Attention.  Dry Wood Delivered to Any Part of the City.  D. J. McDonald, Prop.  A Sluts of th�� PubBe Psttonsg��� Sottdt��4  ���PHOH8 57  D�� J. Matheson  3nsu?ance Haent  HDKUTV     BUNDS,  FIRE,       UFE  ANI>  ACCIDENT.  PLATE    GLASS  COVIVlWSIDSBU    FOR  TAKING    AFFIDAVITS  PHOENIX,  B.C.  ��QB  FOR GOOD QUALITY  mamuumum  AND LARGEST VARIETY OF FISH,  POULTRY AND ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND CURED MFATS, LEAVE  YOUR   ORDER    WITH    US.    �� ��  *  P. BURNS <a CO.  Dealers In Llv�� Stock     Pork Packers PHOF NIX     B.C  Matksts In B, C. 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Dec. 1908  38,324|Sept. 1906  Amt  Per  Sh.  40  .04  1.15  3 .CO  ���JO  J^S^f^S^^^f^^f^g^^J^f^^  MBPPKS^WIW  m  P  Ii  ���m THE PHOENip: PIONEER?  ;T4   }(Ht  fP  FOR   CHAPS  FROST BITE, AFTER  SOFTEN   THE  SKIN,  SHAVE,   TO  CLEANSE  AND  ~    - PRESERVE'AND  BEAUTIFY  THE COMPLEXION, WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE  OF    THE   BEST    PREPARATIONS.      WE    RECOM---'  MEND THE FOLLOWING:" i * V ; >*\  HIND'S HONEY & ALMOlg^GRE^?;  SE_LBY'S CREAM OF ^|irri||^  STB ARN'S" DELE WElB\i^B^^!m^m  -after shave  Tubus  *,^f"!,v' ,'i'he very best'books arid other reading "just put,"-r-justjinl  It's worth while to call and look over;our specially-selected  ���r''?r��r��r^ourg    > fitabiy^'knowledgeTs"power! fo'r'adotnni^ntand'usel'";  ~-~*~~?~*\Ve receive all popular mag  f. .��� <���. Can ~arid' liaive a.lobk atpur'selectioii: ,if werhave. .notjgot the >  ypiKwisb,: we   will   procure it^fbriyou;' ��   f^ ��  i;  ^..^���ivri'rc-^  "Even the saints fall." So spoke]  Manager W.Xerxes McDonald of the  old timers' hockey team to the Pioneer  reporter after the match Tuesday night.  ����I had expected my ^tearr. to make a  bettenshowing, but luck and condition  were against them," said Mr. McDonald. ' These extenuating circumstances,  together ..with the long dnye from  Eholt, as explained by Thos. Aquinas  Oxley,.h?nded totire the boys m the  earlier stage's of the game.    ' ...  ,.��D6.you intend to challenge for tfv  Stanley|eup,^Mr,McDonald,V. asked  :J^;;asserted,thei.nianagert posi-  tivllyMhecha^pionshipwe-h|ve held  fecfee^pw^gc^to^he league  Jho^Pt mahtle\:b^8uccess. and the  raoo-fet^  dehors ^theaieague boys.?11  have  no Kick a^t-official-V the **asme, wf  won on itsmerits) my boys were dearly  outclassed, though I looked tor better  formMpnv the Regulars.- ^e bad.  hopedfitplhaye H. ,1'a^al ^la.sance  arid JO; C. Church with u��,, but the  dwiorl'forbid Plaisarice frornj wearing  liad'sf wn'ile'Church got a whistle in his  mbuth ahd.being^unab^ to get it out  wasfcVcedtojeferee. However, we  .'we're fortunate' enough to ;secuxe the  services of Henry living; Spmks to  play left-wing. , He,played the game  from start to; finish and showed ..good  form, against the relay system of l>��ay  ers adopted by theJeagueis.Ji-^.;,  The bentfit hockey match last -l ues-  ���and Ardui0^  BRIEF  TOPICS  Of  LOCAL  AND  GBNERAI.  INTEREST  TO  PHOENICIANS.  .!/���  fc*.  kept theileag-- ~-~.r-,. ....  ;to ithis'time, Scotty,: J^eckie j was able to  stand off some 50 or 60 shots, all of  ���the'*difficult'! variety,; while���'Goethe  Biner. was allowed to slumber peacefully* at Oxley's eridpf the, rlnk% ;By  s6rme'un*iccountable misfortune,^Hacr  (enschmidf; k'^  skatediira"duecl..lineJfpr.tner bid-  timers' goal. Here Shakespere Col liris  showed his magnanimity: (being afraid  pf Hack'sideadly:bodycheck) allowed  him tOv^passPv"Biner;^realizingi thai  charily;'^ like'beer* is^biewed; at home,  stpbd'asideahd permitted; the ^hurricane Hack to positively poke the*puck  inip'the/^  end pf"the;first,half<the{puck  in the yicihily. of ,the oldrtirners'fgoal.  Biner made some clever; stops, but the  shots^came too< thick -arid ��� fast^ with  the result that three more������'goals"*were  scbredi'''tlie' score^^atfnalf^rime being  ,4;p.    InthVfiK  amuse1m^nt,wasl paused ^0; .Euripides  Coles (the.fancy,'sliater), who w;hen' he  would- awaken long enough to 1 shoot  would always find a resting place 5 on  Get  the  habit���ask   for   Boundary  cigar; Havana filled.  Oyster, cocktails  at   the  Brooklyn  bar���oysters   fresh daily.  Patronize home industry and smoke  the Boundary cigar���union made.  W, S. Tbrhey  and  E.  Bayley lof  Eholt were' in town on Wednesday.  W; J.   Sharpy  of Sharp  &   Irvine,  Spokonejis in>'town for a few days. '  W. Hazel brook and family left yesterday morning for Portland, Oregon.  Herb Smith!left yesterday for Nelson  and will probably visit the coast before  returning., :; > V .':..., fl-^o':;. ;'���': ;r  , Rev^Si W. ; McCullough of .Vancouver will e preach in the. iCathplic  church tomorrow. ;'  D,. J. .McDonald of Phoenix. fLivery  purchased 'a handsome team near  'Mblsbh',; last week. ;     '       '; ^  Mrs. C. F. Edwards arrived from  Wrbxeter, Ontario, oh ' Wednesday to  join her, husband, who ��� recently purchased Binns'. furniture business.  The S .f -Hip and i'E.-.-F.. -society" will  give a basket social ;in   the   Scandina  yian hali^tonight.    Music for  dancing  will be furnished by the  O'sori Oman  orchestra;'v;"'vl!^:  '; -: '��� :'--': ���'���' ���'���������:'<���,->������  Grand Forks hocktyisis are arranging  for a special train to bring the "team  and its supporters to.; Phoenixjon the  eyening, of jtheir, next {hockey, ,T match  here-rrFeb- 26.,  ;;rifThe,Royal Minstrels have sent away  for, a number, of New. York's latest  musical successes and jokes which  will- be given; to the^pubhc "!at tKeir  next performance: r-1  Tomorrow is St. Valentine's day. ; .,  .. For a mild free drawing: cigar ' ask  for the Boundary. ,:;.,,..'  Dry wood: m  car  lots.?,;; Apply; to  J. Trombley; Phoenix, B. C,;.,:,,,,,...���-  , , Before  buying your furniture elsewhere, call on R. T.Gardrier. *   ���  Always the best, nowbetter than  ever; select the;Boundary,cjgar..,;;    >  The rink managers are arranging for  a carnival. to ,.be giyenj injxthe.near  future.  '       ;.' ,,    .',���;.;���...:.v ';���!:,-.. ''.'���.'  It is not the' name that makes the  Boundary cigar the ;best; it is,,. the  quality. r     > .{'  Rev.  Samuel Luridier,attended] a  meeting of the Kootenay Presbytery at  Cranbrook this week. ���'"i!,"b : !'; i,..j  -��� ��� -���      ..   t.. ������  -*(���; -iir  O.B. Smith and G. L. McNicol  went to ' Halcyon Hot' Springs Jon,  Saturday to spend-a few days.-   : f ;..  Dr. Newcomb 6f Grand Ebrks'and  Dr. Spankie of 'Greenwood were ;in  town on Wednesday assisting Di. Mac-  Lean in an operation.,   ,,;,��� j,_,...,._.. ���������[���'"',  Bob Pritchard, the over-seas .champion boxer, and; W.,B,iner,, winnert of  Boundary grand challenge,.. will v,box  a twenty-round contest in Victoria hall  tonight.        '"': ���''"'" ..:'���������'���.'''���������' ;"':';";_ii  1' Johh Mulligan returned tbcarnp;on  Saturday after' ah "extended* trip) to  Seattle and<:Vancouver. <'< He��cohtern-  plates another trip to the coast: in.- the  near .future. ,,,_,/!>���; ,^pi; ha*sy;.^j=!*  A meeting of. the shareholders: of  the Lucky. Shot development company,  will be; .held-;.at;githe Ppnee^ ^office,.  Phoenix*;von = Monday, 'evening,,"YFeb'  SS*"  im?'  mm?.  ���������-���:'��� />���  Oh ;��� ���.��� ^:'.,-  "-'���*   ^"'   '���''   '?''���        '*'>' ''"'*���-���'   ���'-.-   -     *"   '*������    r**H      '���       ������'**'  lCTll^i��P(WMATi0^i^^  Vlf'yonare needingt,ahythrng iri' the  line of furriitureV tither ihvthe medium  or betterlines, call and sees us-before  buying elsewhere���At N; Binns' old  stand���G;-'F;, Edwards^?: vx< '���.���:������<.��'������'x.  Max Befger"rwa's^charged before  Magistrate Hod on-Saturday - with  so'iciting orders/fori ready-made clothing in Phbenixs<���He was ordered to  pay.$50 aridjcosts to the city treasurer}  by;way .of securing a license.      , -"\ ":;  ;��iThe LadiesP of the Maccabees will  give an atjhprne in their lodgeropm.  Miners', Union -hall, oh Thursday evtri:  wouta aiways mm a .c^.-.b f.��� ,-.. ing, FebViSth':- Experts in progressive  $fPU��heJla^��h,^7*? a'way*3^  whist will be given ah opportunity tto  somepne'e|ses wayP^  Collins was the "|^gopd^there_ will a^be a^rnusi-  ���)l$-i&&��)tlilh'tZ&  ���-.?a';,-i:��3^H:l  mm^:--i<  '" 'v^'fio;*  .Z*J''&M.yi'."$  fl^sr^ir^rmbltT^  Habit "if; you:smoke*!  berp;of~the-first^  chopping��cut= downwthe scoringAtoa-  minimum. ���; ;WhpV.said Collins-ijWijs^a  'd ead: ?un?^r Fb'r^the league >toaib^'Rr  i McDonald^showedvup* wells at5 yover  rushes^^and'took a^ strong rpart"in��� the  bpehing of many rushes on the pppbs-  ing goal.    Hackenschmidt also \used  his body effectiveiy, his heavy checking stopping��� ���!the > bonhgin  tactics\*of  the old timers^ forwards. \ McKelyey,  Simms and Clark played well in spots.  The second ha^f opened up_ last and  fu rious��� "MpzaVt" ^  moved to the forward "line, while ||plj"}"  ilumbered'-,between;'cover-and ippiiil  j>ui;always on the Jce.    The regulars  .^g^ted^jS^n^^  Donald, who went up on the wing for  Clark, whofetir"ed73'Afier;8'"min; play  ,thi^league-bby!��rfoHowing-a"desperate  stiuggW^scored*.thejr^fifth goal.   At  Hi^joncture tbeureferee IfuTed^Simms  W'Br-bein^rilpel.l \\^ile^Sinjms  was pfittingvhisjniurtdfeelings tS)ge||ier  ���Moiaff wcrk'ecl- in'"riia^famous - Dujch  ,-d6dge.:on?McDohald; isSo^speedy was  |LiheIsh'pt'foHpw the  six league players betweetT himana^the  goal ;collapsed-lilce-pins���in -a-strike.  When the players arose the puck^was  found ten feet'������.'���'!rom the goal,'but a  score was tallied. Simms again appeared oh the ice, but shortly|dife)��t  another five min leave of absenceLonthe  j repentance- seaU^Hack^ani, Ate Donald were ruled off to keep Simms icom-  pahy;' "T-fie old-timers did not care to  take any advantage on their opponents;  bM-Ss soon   "  "'" -^ !-������_  ice again  L...      good run and a zig-zag shot landed  the puck.in the nets/or a second tally.  Two more goals'*wi[ife:"scored: by the,  leaguers'an'd the gatoe'en<Ied 7 2:'   '"  "T,he g^me^ojd^  oiitfbr the league" team''and*a chaiic^  r ^ f��r tbe managernenTTo^T^put ^some  i.    ������"��llu   1        .   i\t- ���      xr j .  v.iK .v    ,    *.  |new^laye?s^boF^4h^tllme6ffolng  ~r._;g^-^ll^herl>portantzMmmg-News,'-a^^^ issdescpntmns valuableUj.p^ess the Pioneer has ;nol,learned  Special   Articles, well  illustrated, on  subjects of real |prActical^ interest tcq"��fTOTy"df'"the^d^wer9*having'been'i  in^w^ii.febrahds,also -finest -lines v'of: cigarettes, -tobaccos, pj^j^Cv  |"STATIQNgRYi INI^ETC f^  fe^ jM#iet��f Staiion^was;^^ ;fef*���PV^ii3elave|  p^5^ctl^k*of:^telei|lin^sSa1i  tepi;!ple^line:or^^ pads, ruled or; plain,^any. quality and|  l?|SffM^riceS|?^  1.:::���:' ��� ::'v- .:':';y^-BH6ii;^.;:etc^lls;^al^cbm ,-v"!il'':, ���'���':;:��� '^-.xxl;.  ��� f H.EI liOSl  ��;  I  iJ^ARfeR^ir^  \J-wl  :calrpTf6grarn^^anTrrrefres^rn^ ibe  ^ie*fv^1!l5^'5ii!*^i*^*b^  .|er'��er|; 0^thei^ll^4|;'r|e'tspn,|was  in  tbwnvoiii^Weidhesday, ^a 'guesti at  the;;"Balmorai-"hptel^Tanii^%ave|th  Pioneer a call.    'Queried  as  ton trie  probability of improving the transport  ta'tioh intb'PhoeniXj'Mr. Bagnall sfated  that the matter has been under rcbh-  sideration and that, a new coach|v��ill  likely'be supplied this branch  in] the  near future.    Recent improvements in,  . the-service^from-rNelsori to -the main  L line have 5been much, appreciated J by  ftnetr^armg'p'ubiicli^    ' ������'"���������������-|]'':��  - The new butcher- shop' opened , by  -Hugh4Reed:in7.the^tter*parfe*o#; De  cember closed last Saturday, Mr. Reed  coming to the conclusion that a seeond  "m^t"mafket��� in^Phpenix  was  not  a  paying ^rppbsitipn;;.';The new' marked  .whiqh^was5 understood' to "have beem  opgne^rb^'Swift;&^p.,  and  whiclfe  I sold the Swift product exclusively ��� uW  [jioubtedly did not get*the^backing ex-  pl^tH lTom-Swiu,&^ stock  .was_spld;^ tp���_ jome'Tftge^consumers  locally.; The report that the business  had been-purchased by P. Burns &?  jCp.vjKas jjpJUCPrjrect. ..���^^���.^w^������;  The dance given bjr the Phpehix  Firemen bii .Thursdayl��vehihgJpassed  off very, successfully and(was ;jn every,  way one of the,most enjoyable dances  of the Reason! Tffe- Royal Minstrel  orchestra;furnished.splendid music.; ''  w The* Ladies' Aid'bf the 'Pjesbyterian  church' will give'a;bonbonaiidbbuton-  niere'social iri the church" on'Friday  evening, Feb. jothi'^;.-A musical prp?,  gram"*will "be lrendered3 and ''refr'esh-  'inents :; served' ;: Everybody * cordially  'invited;;'-:;"-':-.<-^:t -'-" n< ;;1;''';:, ��� '"'-���������������{- }'"���'  : * Between the acts of the plays,toibe  presented by .the Stuttz Theatre Co.j  Herr Fredolph Werner, the celebrated  Swedish x piano ; viriuosp will ~ Tender  selections of classic music. ( , Lovers;of  Address and Presenlitlons  On 'i'hutsday; eyening a nu mber of  the friends and acquaintances  of Mr.  and Mrs. Hugh Reed and Miss Maggie  Martin, .who are leaving for eastern  Canada   on   Monday,   met   at. the  Methodist church, the occasion being  a  farewell   social.    The  church  was  I prettily decorated for  the event;'and  |.durinR,the evening a program of- vocal  and instrumental music was rendered.  Mr. and Mrs. Reed were made trie re-  cipiehts   of beautiful  cut  glass  fruit  and bonbon  dishes, and Miss Marlin  a silver mounted dressing set, accompanied by.an address.    Two little girls  made'the presentations, while Rev. G,  E. Strachah read the address which in  part was as follows:    - '  Dear Friends,���'-It is with niingUd  feelings of pleasure and pain that we  meet oh this, the occasion of our farer  well ^to  you.i   Pleasure,   because/ we  drinic as it' were" tonight the last drops  of the ,sweet,cup p' your fellowship,  and .ouij pleasant ,associations;:..and  paini because this fellowship is so soon  to ceaseV arid/ those pleasant associations so' sbori to;be severed.'' Mere  words, fail to; express ,the: heartfelt regret with which we say farewell to you,  for wey feel1 that each one of ybii, in  your femovali is'leaving a vacancy that  will.indeed' be* hard to; fill.' In the  depths of our hearts we feel the loss of  true, tried and sincere friends from bur  midstr''"1   ,..,   -O..V-     ,-.'-,  -:- [%  *: From the: community go' those, who  have ever been among the foremost in  anything which tends toward the moral  and spiritual uplifting of all with, whom  you came in contact. Each one in  their respective sphere of work in the  .church has carried almost more than a  fair, share pf the burden.  To Mrs. Reed 'we would say that we  believe" to your faithful effort is due, in  no small measure, the success of our  Ladies',Aid and Sunday school. As  President, of the aid, you have proven  to us, by your untiring efforts and  faithful administration of affairs, tha*  your heart is in the work for the good  of all concerned.- As an officer and  teacher in the , Sabbath school, your  attendance and zeal show us that you  realize"the importance of early Christian  training,' and < have done what >ou  could4 to lead the young minds to a  knowledge of the Saviour, and guide  their footsteps in the paths of duty.  In Miss Marlin-we have ever found  a faithful member of the - church,  Ladies' Aid and choir; one who is always ready to lend a helping hand,  with the best of good  will, in  any of  Morrin, Thompson  & Company  HOMEMADE PRESERVES  .V) 'f;if':i  J. ���,(!"+���  I  :��.!,  l-LUMS  ' APRIQOTE  ;;P_ ACHES  ';;;'. ;;pears ;���';  blackberries  cherries  put up in heavy syrup, by a'la'dy  ih Phoenix.  . ��� .     ���'.-.'.���..       ���.' ������-.;' ��� '-.i.irfi'Hit,  We offer these to you >in'.sealers:  Pints  Quarts  35C-  60C.  FORCE  gbbd.'rhusic will appreciate this fact: "  -Dr;Ri Boucher, formerly of i Phoenix, dropped into'cahip^thisK week [to  shake hands, with :old friends; The  doctbr.left Phoenix about. two,, years  ago,.during which time he has been in  Austria and England taking up special  courses.. He ;goes;tto Vancouver,  where he.will commence the practice  of his profession. ;Mrs.^Boucher is at  present in Vancouver. -UThei.doctor  jwhp is an;ardent curler, skipped a;rink  pnitheilocal.ice while here.r;u--?r-r!  the church work. There is possibly  no member of our choir who has been  more regular in attendance, and faithful  in the discharge of all Christian duty  than has Miss Marlin. We cannot ex  press' in full our deep appreciation of  her kind help and unselfish thoughtful-  ness for those around her..  No department of the church ��� has  escaped serious loss in the departure  of Mr. Reed���as a member of the  Quarterly Official Board, in the  capacity of trustee,, steward and recording secretary, he has proven himself a capable and efficient manager.  On behalf of the church, Ladies'  aid, choir, Sunday school and friends,  we beg of you to accept as a slight  token of our esteem, and a small  momento of happy days together, these  small remembrances.  dPE^fidySE,^P^QENIX  3 Nights Gortirnericirigf ;  <-i��v^-y:-''"'ir��  The Cclebratec  Big jITheatrc Company ;  *xmm  :uttz  ���1  I a.'?VantW.^!hei'roPP0?en1?| 13th from>?'to%'P/m; also,6  Kion & theU^appeared ^ the dJ    ^. fttf^J to   $  ���in  Mr. Tho..  Aquinas after J ,a^ a?e inVite^'tb tW demo,  ...SiSTABLlSHBB   .IS...t88a_  m^'ir-^'VPZ'  the 'every^day '-mining; baan'.  NOT TOO TECHNICAL BUf JOSTT RIQiiT.  :;:v'^'iV;'  83 {Pim.VK^K-rSA.VIPs^|t��^":'R^UK^  ���    -Published'every'Saturday at Los Angeles.  California;  ���JB'U  COKSISTING OF  i&fMD1JSMffltimtM li  |.pic_ed.to go.to.Grand.Forks.���  The gate receipts will net some $35  jfoctheCarriganberfefit fund,  ,7,:_  W large consi^i4t>o&oi*bpn  whiskies just revived at the Brooklyn  ���"Jessie Moore," "Old" Kentucky''  arid ,Trivate.S��,tockJ^ all famed American ..whiskies.* r-V  * **. %    ?._JLi2.  .** *  >j V:  l��latTwai~oi'Siook Qootail��M.  ;��:  ii;fti^:;oa^e"everything--'in"the line of NEW AND UP-TO-DATE  l^ilJRNITURE^such as! SIDEBOARDS, BUFFAS, EXTENSION  teF VAbJJES ANDXHAIRS for,, the diningroom ; also.a fulUine..fpr,  'feC&rlpi, .Bedroom -and .Kitchen. Call, in and see our .stock* i No  trouble to show goods. .Our prices are right, and a liberal discount  alwavs off for cash.    '' ������.������%  >  ., UMDEB.TAI1ING |  \ WE-alfio look after this line ot business promptly, and;up^to-datej;  beine a Kraduate of the Canadian EmbalmarH' College, with 7 year's;  ' experience.   A nice line of Caskets and Coffins always in stock. ��g  IRONSIDES AVENUE  PHOENIX. B.C.  AlbertaCoai and Coke     -C9_y  B.q. ;Poppe|;, -. ^ > '��� K ��� -��� Trjwg,  Granby K. * >A& :^'-"W.OO; ���:  Charles Diekene.,..���..; . ������������  Con a. Smeltera.^��:wt��wflP-��0��^  Copner King. .-���-���/    >fy'dt?;  Gertie  ii^v. ���  ���'.��� ��� v��08  Hecla         :, V .���������h'.i i.���. ?��  International:Coal... ,   ;�����"-.  Kendall :#/.w-i      ' -70^  MisBoula Coppesv. -^. -*>     ��� "jX*  Nabob ���.tMsTXS^ia.^iiv^?^  Oom Panl ...........        -^ht  Panhandle Smelter  Rambl^r-Cfci'ibo*}....  IveX .q..';.,..jS..*p��.*.h*<  SnowBtorm.......-���  Snowshoe....,-,..:.  Sullivan ^ .,!���.!>���'.'.  Sullivan Bonds...  Btewarl;  ;..    1.92  ���a;;-.-   .10  7.75  "WV. ������  .05  .- .03)6  '4.00;;  .74 .  .95!  .Q3?��  1.96  .7%  Splrella Corsets.  \% |  ;  ��� IlMissi ^urray soi J G|ee,n-wpodj iwith  Ihe "i|pirella ^orslt: company, pf! Niagara Falls, Oht., will giv^e'a dembristra-  tion of the above company's corsets at  the Brooklyn hotel oh Saturday,  Feb.  on  Mon  __���, ___, ��� .. m.| AJl  , ladies are in'vited'to the demonstration  [-and- to inspect>-these-good8  SireaboBS Hockey.  '-���1;.-,   ;.������:��� {  The recent wave of hockey enthusiasm that passed over the town hit the  the poet laureate on the ear, says the  ?Kaslo Kootenian, and he has delivered  'himself of the following :  .When.we-used,.t'o play at shinny  In the days of long ago, '{ ;  Now arid then sbme'blackeried bruises  On our shins we'd have to show.  There'was dariger inHh'e pastinie ,  1 -|W^e:--aref're/dy to alflmit,    �� |: \ ,  F6r4rneri sninny sticks* were' whirling  ; j j There was risk of getting hit.  "BuTthe old tirrie spprf of shinny  ' Wasa 'Very harrriless game  When compared with its successor,   Which has "hockey" for its name;  For the lads who play at hockey ~ rf  fi^ftendrop^all thoughts .ojfciu.n-  ���Aiid'are swift and hard at biffing; ���  ..,  So.that,triumph may.Jbe-won.,f       .  There's but little'risk-bf damage^  To the hockey player's shins,||  Forieachmancan take good care of  - That small portion ot his pins.':  But when mixing in a scrimmage^  Where the little puck has fled/.  Oft a hockey stick is falling       ;J  On an unprotected head.  FbotbaU hustlers look in wonder  ,,At the rough house on,the ice;  Husky, pugilists are saying  They don't play at any price.(  All admit that they're not in it |     ���  As to scrimmages or fights  supporting America's  t> o p. u'.i*a'r5 "a k t i s t e s  AeGiEMARlOr  STUTTZ  ��� Xi'tf'  Theflittle boy was.on his knees in  his little night; dress saying his prayers,  and his little sister couldn't resist th^  temptation to' tickle the soles of his  feet.- He'stood it as long as he could  and then said :' "Please'God, excuse-  me, .while I knocic the stuffing out of  Nellie.",,. -, ^ ',.[:���,.:��������� j ,.:,:.-  We   effer this great breakfast  f(iod this week, at a' fraction of  the right price.  REGULAR SIZED PACKA0E II CENTS  *    >  FRUITS  Fancy Pineapples, 35c  Fancy Oranges  50 Cents Dcz  Fancy Pears.  3 lbs 25 Cents  Fancy Apples  * $2.00 Box  i        >*  VEGETABLES  W Potato^ cw%  Cabbage. 5 cts. lb.  Onions, 5 cts. lb.  Beets and Parsnips,  5 cts. lb.  Turnips and Carrots,  4 cts. lb.  We will have some very fine  ' Lettuce and'Celery this evening.  B  i*>��  NEW  PLAY   EACH   NIGHT  i."'. J>��.S *.��%  -   -OPENIN^5NlGJ*%  WAS SM TO  .First'ClassFir and Tam-  arac Wood, $5 per cord  Pine Wood, $4.50 per cord  Pine^Wood;-double cut,  $6 00 percord  Wood Delivered on Short Notice.  s;     ,'Phone B32    ,.  Jolsoson & Anderson  ;> In 4 Acts.,;."Protected...by,,Brirish  ..   and United States'Cbpyrights \ '  Popular Prices  Plan at T.Brown's  Doors open 7.30  Commence 8 sharp  COLUHSBIAN COLLMEo  Founded X892���Incorporated 1893."'"  '] ,: "new w^8T-kf^8TER,^':b;; 3  s> Provides a .Christian; home-tor etud  ents of both sexes at moderate rates,  Has a preparatory class for junior students, doing grade public school work  Does high school work, confers all high  school privileges, and prepares for teachers' examinations; Teaches all branches  of a Practical Business Course and gives  Diplomas. Gives a liberal education in  its Collegiate Course and in theJ-��adieo'  Course for M.E.L. and M.L.A. In University work, can take students through  the complete Arts Course, and the der  gree of B.A. can be obtained from Toronto University, which the college is (n  lot affiliation.  For fuller information and terms write  Rev. W. J. Sipperell, B.A.r,B.D.tPrinci.  1 pal ;or Rev. J.' P. BiWl, 'BursarJ'; :'  \V&rrn  naammsmmBawammmmMmaMaaam  Winter Isn't Over Yef  WOOL underwear .!  ARTIC  OVERSHOES  : MACKINAW SUITS  ,,..���..! ELANNEL.. SHIRTS   Don't Catch Cold  Be Comfortable  Be Healthy  '.',. 'FUR-LINED. GLOVES  ���i       FUR-LINED CAPS  .,.,:,    OVERCOATS  ���=}������ .'-- MITTS  ;  Gent's  furnishings  We have just received another  shipment    of   -.the'.TAMO'LS  GOODLRICH SEWING fMA-"-  CHINES. ���_".".'; ;;:  We give a ten yiar' guariinb e  with each machine, and send  them out on trial for ten day-.  The price .ii/withiii ihe reach ��� f  anyone.  Prices run from $35,00 lo  %50.oo,pay<ibk $5.00 per month,  or 10% ofi for cash in thirty days  If your are interested call aid  have a look at these machines.  Before plac'ng your order :f-<r  Feb. rsr, we think it willr be to  ypur advantage to. call and get  our prices.  We are anxious  to get  your  business, and will do everyth'ng  to please you.  ���-Our aim -is  to- use everyone  well, and everyone alike.  i������f  I9  AND  ���:<&��'  9  fes  --^K24Hs9SsBsa-Ji90HEB9n

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