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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jan 14, 1911

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 .1  ^ ij\  r^"  ������*��  6  Twelfth Year !  PHOENIX,  B.C.,  SATURDAY, JANUARY 14,  1911  No- .8,  GRANBY WILL SOON BE  BREAKING RECORDS  BOUNDARY MINING NOTES  Eighth Furnace Will Be Blown  In  Monday  On Monday next  the   eighth furnace at the Granby   smelter will be  blown in and an effort Will  be made  by the company to-keep   the   entire  battery at the big:, reduction   wqrks'  in? operation.      This   will   be   done  with a view to producing- copper at  the full capacity of the smeltry   and  ^   reducing costs.to a minimum.'     It is:  not   improbable   that   Granby   will  make copper at less   than   10  cents  when running- at full blast.  To supply the ore requirements of  the  smelter   under;such   conditions  the three outlets of the mine wil.lj be  run  at   full   tilt,   operating continuously.      The bulk of the increase in  shipments will be made through the  yictoria   shaft,   which .will   receive  part of its   supply   from   the   No.  3  workings.     The   forces   throughout  the   mine   have   been   strengthened  and it is expected that  Granby   will  soon be breaking  records in output-  ting ore and   in   copper ..prediction  as well.  The   exploratory   work   by   deep  diamond    drilling   continues   at the  Granby   mine,   the   contractor  now  operating on the second  hole.    The  core from  the   first   hole ' measured  1,501 feet, the limit of the big drill,  and   represents   a  depth" of  nearly  2,000  feet,  the   drilling   operations  being started from the 400-foot level  of the mine.     While,  the   first   hole  did not result in any big find the indications ..were sufficient to   warrant  further exploration.  ..The temporary blacksmith ..shop,  at the Rawhide mine has been completed. ;:  D. J... Darraugh and J. Dundas  leave, today for Bergen to resume  work on the Myers Creek Coal'company's property.  - -   > i ��� * ��� i  W. A. .Pickard was in town this  week from the Riverside mineoand:  reports that the drifting being done|  is showing up well.* a  O.   B.   Smith,   superintendent of  Granby mines, left   on   Monday for:  the Granny's Hidden.Creek property  on the northern coast on   a   trip   of  inspection.  The    British    Columbia     Copper  company's, smelter   treated   11,237  tons   of  ore   this   week-as follows':'  Mother Lode, 6,888; Jack Pot, 243;  Rawhide, 3,658; Napoleon, 448.  Approximately $95,000. was paid  by Phoenix bank to employees of the  local mining companies this week,  representing the payroll for December. Of this amount Granby disbursed $50,000; New Dominion  (Rawhide an^ Athelstan) $19,000;  Consolidated company (Snowshoe,  No. 7 and Phoenix Amalgamated),  $18,000; B. C.   Copper   (Jack Pot),  The towers of the Lone Star mine  tramway are now ready for the  stringing of the cables'. D. L. Mc-  Elroy of Phoenix has a contract to  place the cable over the route and.  will commence Monday.  The shipments of blister copper  from the Granby smelter last week  totaled 438,000 pounds, a trifle more  than the output of the two preceding  weeks and nearly 100,000 pounds:  more than the output for the week  ending December 15.  Boundary Ore Tonnages  Following are the  returns  of the  output of the mines and smelters of  th?i.%yn^ary  district fo^r, the week,  ending Jan.- 12 and for year to date:  Granby. 19,89-1-.,     44,553  Mother Lode.    8,22ot     15,524  Jack Pot     385    V   ' h$9  Rawhide 3,105 7,161  Snowshoe    2,160        4,360  Number Seven       225 475  NAPOLEON MINE OF  j    f HE B. C. COPPER CO.  Said to Have Vast Body of Oxi-  7  *��� dized Ore���New Mill  $8,000.       ft   was probably a record  payroll in Phoenix camp.  33,995     72,902  SMELTER TONNAGES  Granby 21', ��60,    42,855  ?B. O Copper Co. . 11,2$7 - -24,881 <  Latest Stock Quotations  Asked     Bid  The following information concerning the British Columbia Copper  company's Napoleon mine, near  Orient, Washington,! ist taken from  the Marcus Messenger, haying been  written by the editor after a personal  inspection:  There are at present ,,six heavy-  teams and a crew of men busily en-  gaged'in stripping the surface, where  the "glory hqje,". will be;,started as  soon as the raise is completed They  have uncovered a vast body of highly oxidized ore and it is this ore  which will be treated in the cyanide  mill when it is completed.  The mine* power house is equipped  with a good boiler capacity, one 3-  machine compressor and a new 7-  machine compressor just being installed. On the day of our visit  there had been added three more  drills and preparations were being  made_to begin sloping in the second,  level.-    ���'"  Martin Lundquist, the genial fore-  Granby Con solid Hted. . 50.00    40.00/man�� who was showing us  through  I the mine, pointed out   the -diamond  B. C. Copper  8.00 ._ 7.50  Hedley Gold 20.00    15.00  THE AMALGAMATED  START SHIPMENTS  Granby's Plans  Granny's new management is  making plans to operate the property this year to the full capacity of  its smelting plant, It is anticipated  that this will result in   a   production  C.P.R. Spur Will  be Ready by  .   ' ��� . February 1st.  The Phoenix Amalgamated (War  Eagle) mine is expected to be among  the list of the Boundary's regular  ore shippers before the. end ot the  month. ,, . :     .   .    .  The mine is now ready to ship ore,  the tramway and ore bunkers have  been put in shape, but a short delay  will   be  occasioned, by  the C.P.R.  TWENTY MILES TRACK  FOR KETTLE VALLEY  of over 25,000,000  pounds   of cod- ��-   i     ��� J      u ���        J  v     i����   ui   top-iSpUr   not   havmgr    been   ballasted.  per at a cost of not over 10^, and  possibly under 10 cents a pound.  This will give the company net earnings of $4.50 to $5 per share with  copper selling at 13 cents a pound.  The management has  satisfied itself that if the smelter were operated  continuously to onjy half its capacity,  as it   has   been   during the  greater  portion of last year,   the   6,000,000  tons of developed ore in the property  would be exhausted with little or no  profit to stockholders, due to the fact  that costs are so much  higher when  output is curtailed.      By   operating  the plant to full capacity the ore  already developed can be made to,yield  a profit   of between   $3,00,000 and  $4,000,000.���Boston Commercial.  However, a construction crew startr  ed on Monday to put the spur in  shape to be operated till spring, the  snow having first to be removed.  In the spring the track will be-prpp-  e'rly ballasted.  The property is owned by the Consolidated Mining and Smelting company and will commence with shipments of of 100 tons per day to the  Trail smelter.      There are about fif-  Steel   Being:   l-aid, from    Both  Midway and Merritt  Twenty miles of steel on the Kettle Valley railway line will be in position by the end of January. Track-  laying is going along simultaneously  at both ends of the route from Midway and Merritt.  Work commenced on the Midway  end this week and has been making  good progress. A big track-laying  machine is being operated with a  large force of men and under favorable conditions ten miles of steel, to  Rock Creek, will be.;, completed before the end of the.inon.th.- .-The machine will lay a mile of steel  a   day,  but the severe weather  of  the   oast  ii ' V:i "��*"'<���  week has retarded progress.  At the Merritt end of the Kettle  Valley line seven: miles of steel is already laid and the other three miles  of the ten-mile section will  be com-  teen men' working  the   mine,  three  pleted   in   another   week.       In   the  meantime construction work and  gradingrgoes on apace, p.rvi another  ten miles of track will be laid at  either end in the early summer, and  there is every reason to expect that  the Boundaj^-coast railway link will  be in operation by 1913.  drills are being operated and the  property is equipped with a ten-drill  compressor plant. The Phoenix  Amalgamated is under the supervision of C. Biesel, who is also superintendent of the Snowshoe and Number Seven mines.  drill boring which had penetrated  the ore body to a depth of 400 feet,  the result of which placed the seal  of permanency on the Napoleon;' ���  The loWer or working level of the  mine is about 200 feet be'lbw the surface and two machines were at work  in the east drift. This drift will be  extended 100 feet or more and will  be connected with the surface and  other levels during the course of development.  At this time all the ore being mined  is of a sulphide character and is being  shipped to the company's smelter ia  Greenwood for treatment.  Upon the completion of the new  cyanide mill the oxidized ore, of;  which there is a vast body, will be~  treated by the cyanide process. Ow-,.  ing to the increased ore' shipments  horses will be used to operate the.  cars, beginning next week.  tfphe r&ew;<mill is nearly completed,  and as it   now  stands   represents a.  fortune.     It is equipped with two 5-  stamp   batteries,   already   in place*  and about twenty large vats for re-,  taining  the   solution.     The electric^  dynamo, engine and two boilers are.  all in  readiness   and there   remains  but a small amount of work before,  the Napoleon cyanide  plant   qan.be  operated.  Some writers have placed the cost  of this mill at $20,000, but we. believe  $30,000 would be a closer isruess.  31  it  mz��  in1  ES  mm.  >,rss$iiv.w  UJiifrai'jM,! '#  I 1 Jit ^  k'"r����  -��*������* ��.'*''  I *-j|l r^v'  CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF PHOENIX  BALANCE   SHEET  FoTYeaJr Ending December 31st, 1910  " -.     ASSETS  Fire Dept. Eguiphieht... .$3743.82  Police Deptf'Equipment..      92.61  Public Buildings   4403.96  . Public Works���        ^  ^Sidewalks 5279.71  Streets ...11265.75  Bridges.,.. r .. ,2050.86 18596.32  Due from School Board...     195.31  .Cash in Savings Bank    1017.50  City/Cemitery. .j L-   642.40  Furiiiture1 andl Fixtures...    474.06  Cash in Bank ,'-  6493.24  Unpaid School Tax. 7..... 758.68  Unpaid,Real Estate Taxes 1155.11  Real Estate,bought at Tax  Sale.....  955.30  Cash on hand :.....       11.91]  LIABILITIES-   --���--���*���'  New School Account.... .$2895.20  Surplus from Tax Sale     257,62  Debenture Account.. .i....  6930.00  Surplus over Liabilities., .28457.47  <y  $38540.29  $38540.29;  I certify this to be a true statement of the city's affairs on,the'31st  of December last. -    f  Phoenix, January 10th, 1911. Isaacs Crawford, Auditor.  RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES FOR YEAR  ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1910  RECEIPTS ^-^   u ���  Police Court/Fines,.......  $993.50  '���' /Licenses.. ^ ��..-  .1...   5112.50  ,   School Building Grant.]..  2975.00  " T Insurance/on" School   3000.00  J.  Government School Grant 1695.00  "-.' Received from Tax Sales...   257.62  Dog Taxes       92.00  Interest ... ,.     343.31  Hydrant Rent        22.50  Real Estate Taxes ,4999.67  School ,Taxes  :. :.  2194.88  Costs of Tax Sale..     - 53.18  Road Taxes       136.00  Special Government Grant 1000.00  Transferred  from Saving's 1000.00  '' Cash'in Bank Jan. 1st....     794.98  Cash on hand Jan. 1st.... 2.18  t EXPENDITURES \  Light and Water ,  $1^46.70  Fire Department  ; 1060.55  Health Department  410.80  Police Department. .......   1976.65  Jail_Account  ............   >;J, 27.70  Public Buildings V. . . ''if09.24  New School  3079.80  School Board Account. . ,. 4581.48  Legal Expenses  215.00  Contributions  25.00  Salaries  990.00  Printing and Stationery.. . 207.45  Interest  393.70  Insurance  7.50  Office Expense.  122.98  General Expense  222.30  Furniture and Fixtures. . . 64.80  Dog Tags  12.05  Fefund of Fine (Club) .... 100.00  -Real Estate (Tax Sale) . .. 955.30  Sidewalks  287.97  Streets .  1446.20  -Bridges  61-1.43  Incidentals  12.50  Cash in Bank Dec. 31, '10 6493.31  Cash on hand Dec. 31, '10 11.91  Murphy-McDonald  On Wednesday morning the wedding took- place at the Sacred Heart  Church of Peter D. Murphy, son of J.  W, Murphy, and Miss Mary McDonald  daughter of Dan J. McDonald, of Anti-  gonish, N. S. Father McKmnon officiated, and the .bride, who wore a most  becoming travelling suit, had for her  bridesmaid her sister,-Miss Tessie McDonald. '. Frank^Ccsgriff was the best  man.' After the ceremony the bridal  party partook of a sumptious wedding  breakfast at the Cardiff hotel. The  newly-married pair, who were the recipients of a large number of beautiful  presents, left on the train for Spokane,  where the honeymoon will be spent.  There was a big crowd at the depot to  see them off, as both are very popular  in the city.���Rossland Miner.  Mr and Mrs. Murphy arrived in tow;n  Saturday and will make their residence  in Phoenix. They are guests at the  Brooklyn.  7- ��� "^   Mid Winter Fiction  A roaring fire, a comfortable chair, a  magazine, and let the weather outside  be what it will it cannot spoil a. winter evening's enjoyment.  January number of Canadian Home  Journal contains a number of stories  that will make the evening pass all too  quickly.-f "The. Ontarnal Sarpant" is  an amusing character sketch of a happy  go-lucky Irish family. Johnny Coch-  rane's. enjoyment and misuse of big  words as well as a hint at his past and  his reclamation are contained in his  account of his wife's last words. "She  says to me, 'Johnny forsake the Ontarnal Sarpant. Keep a home for the  little children and keep them. clean!'  I have determined to cany out my  wife's rellests. I have forsook the Ontarnal Sarpant which has possessed me,  and I am after a cake of soap and a fine  .comb to carry out my wife's distriic1-  tion."  Western girls learn self dependence,  to decide quickly and act promptly. It  would not be possible for Gertrude  Powell to remain inactive when Jack  Sprague was in trouble and lying witnesses testified against him. What  she did is told in "The Law and the  Lady," by Mable M. Clement.  WO  #10  $24672.32  $24672.32  I certify this to be a true statement of the receipts and expenditures  for' the year 1910.  Isaac Crawford, Auditor.  ��otcs a ii  ctflrazines  NoW that the excitement of the festive season is over  you will have time to do some reading, and would enjoy a;|*ood book these long* evenings. We have a big  range of books, including the latest fiction, and also  carry #11 the popular magazines, as well as newspapers  and periodicals.  Is  High Thinking1 and Low Living  Do you know World Wide? , The  cleverest "writers of Britain and America contribute to the success of World  Wide���a weekly magazine of the best,  and ,only/the best, articles and cartoons  of each week on the live.subjects of the  day, selected with great ability and  fairness from the leading British and  American journals and reviews.     ���  The English and Canadian editors of  World Wide assure its covering the  British and Canadian point of view.  This cannot be said of any eclectic published in the United States, or even in  Britain itself. World Wide is the only  publication of its kind in Canada. As  someone has said, * ^"VVorld Wide is a  feast of reason���an. intellectual treat."  Regular readers of World Wide are  kept in touch with the world's thinking. A complete index at the end of  each volume greatly enhances its value  for refex-ence. .  If you do not know this splendid  publication, send one dollar for a year's  trial���the rate to new subscribers (regular rate $1.60)���-and; if in a month's  time you notify the publishers that you  do not like your bargain, they have  promised to promptly refund your full  money. That's fair, is it not? Address  your subscription to World Wide,  Witness Block, Montreal.  First-class Fir and Tara-  arac Wood-$5,00 per cord  Pine Wood,  $4.50 per cord.  Pine Wood, double cut, per  cord, $6.00.  WOOD DELIVERED  NOTICE.  ON   SHORT  'Phone B32  Johnson & Anderson  WE WISH  To extend to you the  Compliments of the  Season.  Our  Special Brew  Is now on the  Market.  Nothing    anywhere   else  like it.  Phone Orders early to No. 23  PHOENIX BREWING GO.,  LTD.  DRAYING  Of all kinds promptly attended  to.     Rapid  Express  and   Bag-  .-..< ga^e Transfer.    Careful attention to all orders       Phone A65  James G. McKeown  A. S. HOOD  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.      General Agents.  Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  Isaac Crawford of Bock Creek has  been in the city this week auditing the  municipal books.  la interested and should know  about the wonderful  MARVEL Whirling Spray  The new Vaginal Syringe.   I Sesr  ���Most convenient.   It cleanse  Instantly.      Ask your  ^^1 druggist fojrj  If he cannot supply the  MAltVEt. accept no other,  but send stamp tor illustrated  book���sealed. 11 give <. full particulars and dlroctfons inv-iluabti to ladles,  WINDSOR SUPPLY CO.,  Windsor. Ont. <.e:u��l Acenti fir C.\. nana.  >  -���<���: t  '11"  v4(t v-"T.n>.~<i' ftV"��* v<i.,>*i i'.  ^  VtfW  ���J. J  If  li  (  Local and General  W. S. Macy of Spokane was in town  this week.  Fresh oyster cocktails at the Brooklyn  Hotel bar.  apply  Dry wood in car lots for sale  to Jos. Trombley, Phoenix.  Uncle Tom and his brass band will  be here tonight.  Andy Drewery was in town from  Kossland this week.  Mrs. Atkinson of Rossland has been  the guest of Mrs. Geo. L. McNicol this  week.  Mrs. Klemans of Hale underwent an  operation in Grand Forks hospital last  week.  Born���In Phoenix, on Tuesday, Jan.  10th, to Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mitchell, a son.  Born���In Phoenix, on Wednesday,  Jan. 11th,, to Mr. and Mrs. John Pipe,  a daughter.  James Church is said to have been  elected controller in the recent Rock  Creek elections.  Miss Jean Crawford of Rock Creek  was the guest of the Misses Pickard  for a few days this week.  Mr. and Mrs. H. Howe arrived from  Alberta this week and are guests of  Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Howe.  F. Noyes is in the hospital with blood  poisoning in his hand, the result of an  accident at the compressor.  The dance after the hockey match  Monday evening was well" attended  and passed off very enjoyably.  Installation of the officers of Phoenix Rebekah lodge will take place next  Wednesday evening and will be followed by a social evening.  There will be a boxing contest in  Greenwood tonight for the bantamweight championship of Alberta, between Clarance B. Smith, present  champion of Alberta, and C.Mc Arthur,  ex-bantamweight of Canada.  On Friday, Jan. 20th, tea will be  served from 2.30 to 6 p. m. by Mrs. G.  -L. McNicol, Mrs. E. E. Campbell and  Mrs. N. J. Carson at the home of Mrs.  Carson in aid of St. John's Anglican  church, Phoenix.    Silver collection.  Bearing-down Pains.  What woman at some time or other  does not experience these dreadful  bearing-down pains? Mrs. E. Griffith,  of Main street, Hepworth, Ont., says :  "A heavy bearing-down pain had  settled across my back and sides. I  was often unable to stoop or straighten  myself up. Many times each night I  would have to leave my bed with the  irregular and frequent secretions of the  kidneys and just as done out in the  morning as on retiring. I was languid  and would have  to let my housework stand. Nothing I had tried  would benefit  me. I learned of  Booth's Kidney  Pills and concluded I would try  them, which I  did,   and   soon  found the long-sought relief. My back  strengthened and I began to feel better  and stronger. I now enjoy my sleep  without being disturbed and feel grateful to Booth's Kidney Pills for what  they did forme."  Booth's Kidney Pills are a boon to  woman. She would know less of backaches if she took more of these wonderful pills. They are nature's greatest  specific for all diseases of the kidneys  and bladder. All druggists, 50c. box,  or postpaid from the R. T. Booth Co.,  I jtd., Fort Erie, Ont. Sold and guara-  teed by John Love, Druggist, Phoenix  Greenwood's new rink is said to have  cost $7,000.  The interior of Love's drug store has  been remodeled.  J. A. McCallum has resigned as city  clerk of Grand Forks after 12 years  of service.  There will be, no services in the Catholic church tomorrow (Sunday), but  services will be held of the 29th inst.  W. Smith of the Greenwood Times  was in town Thursday to see the hockey  match and gave the Pioneer a call.  The Phoenix hockey team will probably make a tour of Rossland, Nelson  and other points before the close of the  season.  The Picture Theatorium is growing  in popularity; some excellent pictures  are being shown and the admission is  two bits.  There will be no change in the personnel of the city council or the school  board for the current year, the old  representatives being elected by acclamation at the nominations on Monday.  An exceptionally cold and stormy  wave has been sweeping over Canada  and in many places 40 to (JO below zero  have been registered. In Phoenix oh  Wednesday thermometers registered 5  to 8 degrees below���the coldest this  season.  After a hotly contested election  Greenwood on Thursday re-elected  Duncan Mcintosh as mayor by a majority of 26 over Fred B. Holmes.  James McCreath, James Sutherland,  Hugh McKee, F. W. McLaine, F. C.  Buckless, and Harry McArthur were  elected aldermen.  A bxinch of curlers from Grand Forks  came up with the hockeyists Monday,  evening and tried conclusions with the  local broom and stone experts. Like  their city hockeyists they captured the  small end of the score. The Grand  Forks skips were R. J. Gardner, N! LV  Mclnnis and McDonald.  A fatal explosion occurred in a coal  mine at Sidney, C. B. on Jan. 3rd, resulting in eight deaths. Eight miners  were entombed, only two of whom  were rescued and revived with difficulty. One of these two was John R.  Mclntyre, brother of Murdoek Mcln-  tyre of Phoenix, and a telegram received by the latter states that his  brother is now fully recovered.  In the nominations for mayor, aldermen and school trustees held in Grand  Forks, the following were elected by  acclamation, there only being a sufficient number of aspirants to fill the several offices: Mayor, Robert Gaw.  Aldermen���West ward, B. Lequime,  Jeff Davis, C. A. Atwood; East ward,  W. Bonthron, Fred Downey, J. A.Smith; school trustees, J. W. Ruthford,  W. A. Cooper, Donald McCallum, G.  H. Hull, N. L. Mclnnis. The council  for this year is practically a new one,  the only member of the previous board  being Aid. Smith.   The band made its first appearance  on the streets on Monday evening,  rendering a number of selections at  different corners and welcoming the  Grand Forks hockey team. The music  rendered was splendid and reflects  great credit on the leader, John Fin-  lay, who has had the members under  instruction for several weeks. Their  appearance on the streets was unheralded and proved a pleasing surprise to  citizens generally. It is the first organization of the kind in town that has  really produced "the goods" and what  is still more to their credit they have  bought their music, given their time  for practice and are in a position to deliver "the goods" without soliciting aid  from other citizens. We take off our  hats to the city band and trust when  an opportunity is offered they will be  given enthusiastic support.  ��1  1 ''Sl  E beg to inform the public generally,  that we have taken over the DRY  GOODS, GENTS' FURNISHINGS  AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS DEPARTMENTS of the Hunter-Kendrick Co. Ltd.,  and will in future conduct these lines in connection with our Grocery and Hardware  Business.  You are no doubt aware that the Hunter-  Kendrick Co. controlled all the leading lines  of Dry Goods and Men's Furnishings for the  city of Phoenix.  We are taking oyer all the agencies such  as Fit Reform Clothing, Slater Shoes, etc..  so that in the future you will get the same  high quality merchandise.  Mr. Dewar, who for so long had charge  of these departments for the Hunter-Kendrick Co. will continue his services with us.  We would ask for a continuance of the  patronage extended to our predecessors, and  trust that we may always prove worthy of  your confidence. ,���  ..jj.  o  J "I  Morrin-Thompson Co.  FRESH GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS  ^^#M^BM"MlM5i^^^Si^  Brooklyn  The Only First-Class and Up-To-Date  Hotel in Phoenix. New from cellar  to roof. Best Sample Rooms in the  Boundary, Opposite Great Northern  Depot.      v   v  STEAM HEATED.  James Marshall, Prop.  Modern Bathrooms.  ELECTRIC LIGHTED  Phoenix, B.C  R.  V. CHISHOLM, Prop.  DANNY DEANE, Manager.  This is the Largest and Newest Hotel in the city,,  heated by steam, and well furnished thoughout  for the accommodation of the public: Everything  Neat, Clean and Up-to-Date. Meals served at  all hours.  Bar St����fe��c! vtrBtta OhoGe@st Liquors &ro��fl ��i^am  CENTRALLY  LOCATED OM CORNER  BRIBOE   AND   SCNOB   HILL   AVENUE  8i��&m H��&t@cB. E8����trfi��  Y��B��ph��w�� 4�� and 2��  HHEfW  life ��  J     (  1        !  i  '    %  <*-  * - $  ^  1'  --  -^  il   j  /  # ���  I5  J   '  -*  s  <  H  ^  u,  7  $  %  ��  I  p  eft *  tea  J5��*V  $$?  'WW  I PS?  IS  I  IP  'Ik  jS  tux'  IP  PP.  Stops the Cough and Builds up the System  When you are all "rttn ddwn"  ,; you catch-cold easily, an;d ^our  cougn "hangs on".    By taking  IHATHIEiJ'S  ���I Tar find Cod Liver OU  ->.���*"  *,  &@  large1��oHle 35 cetfts; j  ^  you fcot  only "ctrie^the local ^  trouble  but  alab f>lrmariently  strcng^en the %rhoie:bbdyi  Thei Beech Tar in the Syrup  is soothing and healing while  the Cod Liver Oil stimulates the  appetite and increases the  weight and bodily vigor. Both  are united in the pleasant  tasting syrup.  The most successful Cough  Remedy known " tdday- in  Mathieu's Syrup of Tar ai.d  Cod Liver Oil.  "-*  Ifathiea's Ncrviae Powders which sell''in hV^ -  ft It for 90c. are the best treatmen iforauvl' v  fevereah cold, m well as the best cure for heatiach.es.  '.  MATHIKU CO., Prop's..  8HERBROOKE, JQUT.   '  ~r-n-*t  ��?.x���Ar^v.,.:J���jtajv>)  v*.  ��. ���tj-^r^   ��istnTOtbrs for Western Canada  Fb%3r Btbsi. Larson & Company  ^ ! Wifintipfeg, Edmonton, Vancouver, Saskatoon  j Uncle Tom's Cabin :  The   managers   of  Mason   Bros.  Uncle Tom's cabin   company  which |  will appear at Phoenix Opera House  this Saturday evening, Jan. 14, have  made a radical departure this season  from the methods  persued by most  companies    playing    this    popular  drama inasmuch as they have dispensed with the customary street parade  and confine the outside   advertising  to simply a band   concert   at noon.  Managers   heretofore   have\ practically giVen the best   part of the performance on the street,   introducing  dogs,, donkeys, arid ponies that play  no part in the production.    The dramatic strength of the  company suffered in consequence.  There  are  no   brass  band  actors  with Mason Bros. Company,   but instead a   cast   of   high   salaried and  capable performers who give a complete and convincing-presentation of  this greatest of all American dramas.  The uniformly   large audiences and  the favorable comments received at  every place vi.��ited  has proven  conclusively that the theatre goers appreciate the efforts of  the  management in presenting the play with the  best talent-obtainable.  K. of P. Officers  At the regular meeting of Phoenix  lodge Knights of Pythias Tuesday  evening, officers for the current term  were installed by A. Almstrom, D.  D.G. M., as follows: Chancellor commander, Rev. S. Lundie; vice-commander, G. Kay; prelate, H. Laing;  If you require-any Heavy Tearriinp- or Hauling- done',  let us do it for you.     That is our business, and we  K.R.S.. J. E. Carter; M. of F., W.  have the equipment-to execute all orders satisfactorv    X' Perkins�� M- of E-.  John Finlay;  ACHES, PAINS, AND  RHEUMATISM ?  Zam-Buk Will Give You Ease  Have ^-ou a bad attack of ** general  aching"? You' know the feeling.  Limbs ache, muscles seem to have become rired out, your back aches, now  and again a twinge of rheumatism  strikes you here and there. Your chest  feels tight, there is a pain between  your shoulders, and altogether you  need toning up.  Cold is responsible for this condition,  and a vigorous application of Zam-Buk  will put you right. Take a hot bath,  if possible, and then rub your chest  and the aching limbs well with Zam-  Buk.  Mrs. B. Gorie, 76 Berkeley St., Toronto,   writes:   "I cannot speak too  highly of Zam-Buk.    A few weeks ago  I was suffering from a bad cold, which  had settled in my throat,  chest and  limbs.    1 tried all kinds of remedies,  new and old, and found very little relief until I used Zam-Buk. On applying  this to my throat and chest I found  sucli ease and relief from the tightness  and soreness I determined to use only  Zam-Buk.     I   also   rubbed  it on  my  limbs where I felt the rheumatic pains.  In three days from  the  time I  first  began applying Zam-Buk  I  was free  from the cold in throat and chest, and  also the rheumatism in my limbs."  Zam-Buk will also be found a sure  cure for cold sores, chapped hands,  frost bite, ulcers, blood-poison, varicose  sores, piles, scalp sores, ringworm, inflamed patches, babies' eruptions and  chapped places, cuts, burns, bruises and  skin injuries generally. All druggists  and stores sell at 50c. box, or post-free  from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, upon receipt of price. Avoid harmful imitations and substitutes.  &'*/.,  "have the equipment to execute all orders satisfactory.  *W k'iMm$.!t?0lass Wood  ; We also havera:JsuppJy of first-class CordwoocL short  /;     or long, and can deliver it on short notice.     'Phone  Phoenii. B.C.  M. of W., J. VVV Hannam; M. at,A.,  G. L. Thompson; I. G., C. Knight;  O. G., A. Kobloth.  Advertising is simply the voice of  the market-place speaking to all men  in the highways and byways.  'rjHaiir ^oro!  McElroy  N  met    phone  %  '>10  D. J. MATHESON   Insurance Agent  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE GLASS,  COMMISSIONER FOR TAKING  AFFIDAVITS.  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  Bg   Oi  L. O. L. Officers  ;    The newly elected officers of Golden   Range   Loyal   Orang-e   Lodg-e,  No. 2043,  were   installed   Wednesday evening for the current year as  follows:   Worshipful master, W. A.  Pickard; deputy master, E. E.Jackson; recording-secretary, A. L.   Mc-  Kinnon;   financial   secretary,   J.   E.  Carter;   treasurer, R.   K. Morrison;  chaplain, Walter Ross; D. ofC, H.  Elsmore;   lecturer, J.   Walsh; committee, J.G. McKeovvn, C. Wootton  and A.G.McLeod.     The installation  ceremonies were conducted   by   W.  Bro. R. K. Morrison, P. M.  King Edward Lodge  No. 36, A.F. and A.M.  Regular communication at 8  p.m.   Second  Thursday of  ^ each month.  Emergent meetings as called; Masonic  Hall, McHale Block.  J. J. Strutzel,  Secy.  J. S.  BOYCE,  W.M.  I. O. O. F.  An irritable man is a hard man to get along with, but  don't blame him till you tind what's the matter. It may be an  ill-fitting Suit, a troublesome shift or a pinching- pair of shoes  that is the cause.  We sell only reliable goods. This is our hobby. Every  suit in  pur  winter stock was made  specially for  us, the kind  ���.}%a* *'*}y$}eas!ey?R\.. Come in and try one, and buy one. It  will ease your mind~and your body, and not disease your purse.  If you have ever had to endure misfit clothes, you will appreciate our kind move.  Picture Theatre  The new picture   theatre   in   connection with the Phoenix   Club  was  opened Tuesday evening and   is being5 well attended.     The pictu res are  very clear and  are  the   latest   from  the moving picture circuits.     A section of the basement of the Phoenix  Club fias. been nicely fitted up for a  theatre arid an  entrance  made from  tjhe front.   Cosgrove and McAstock-  &r have secured   rights   for  all  pic-  .tures on the Spokane Nelson circuit  fand are in a position to get the best.  The pictures will   be  changed  three  times each week.  Snowshoe Lodjge  No. 36  Meets every Monday Evening at  Miners' Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  D. Paterson, Noble Grand  T. A. Love, Fin. Secy.  W. J. Rutherford, Rec. Secy.  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES  Phoenix Aerie No. 158  Meets in Union Hall, Friday Evenings.  Visiting brothers are always welcome.  John Love, W. P.  T. B. Cosgrove, W. Secy.  K. of P. Lodge,  Ho. 28    Ph^,x'  Meets Tuesday Evening at 7.30.  Sojourning brothers cordially 'welcomed.  J. E. Carter, K. of R. S.  ' 8. Lundie, C. C. INSCRIPTION BARGA  TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS  Notes of the: City  Odd Fellows Installed  .   A large number of visiting breth-      T ,     ,, ���.  ran f        n      A   v    , J|   r :    John McKie of the Boundary Iron  ren from Grand  Forks   and   Green- ; Woi.kgj Grand Forks> wftg in fc^e  wood were present at   the   semi-an-   "    '  PHOENIX PIONEER   .  CANADIAN PICTORIAL  Both  for...  $2.00  The  Phoenix  Pioneer  Gives you all the bright, breezy local news of the City of Phoenix  and mining- news of the great Boundary copper industry.  Canadian Pictorial  Canada's Popular National Illustrated Magazine  Enamalled Paper,  Finest Inks, Best of Printing  The Canadian Pictorial is the best printed magazine in Canada.  It is crowded with the most interesting pictures of recent happening's, pictures of beautiful or curious things, portraits of men and  women in the limelight, pictures showing the kaleidoscopic development of our great Dominion���pictures that tell the facts as  no type-printed pages ever could. It is the next best thing to  travelling and seeing people, places, and events, with one's own  eyes.  The more people are educated, the more they appreciate and  value pictures of current events, for they convey so much information in so short a time. But the children also profit by and  enjoy them.      The Canadian   Pictorial   contains   between   one and  nual   installation  of  the   officers of  Snowshoe lodge, No. 46, I,O.O.F.,  last Monday evening.      Geo;- Rutherford, D.D.G.M., of Grand Forks,  was assisted  in   installing   by   Past  Grands J. F.McDougall, D. Stafford,  E. Spraggett,   J. B. Taylor,   W.  J.  Rutherford and T.A. Love���Following are the new officers: Noble grand,  D. Paterson; vice grand, T.A.Bean;  recording secretary;*  W. J.   Ruther-  erford;   financial   secretary,   T.   A.  Love; treasurer,   J. F.   McDougall;  chaplain, Walter Ross;  warden,  C.  Wootton; conductor, W. Van Wag-  nen; R.S.N.G., R. K. Morrison; L.  S.N.G., D. Tyson;  R.S.V.G., John  Williams;   L.S.V.G ,   R.   Peterson;  R.S.S., W. Williams;   L.S.S.,   W.  Humphries; I.G., E  Carlson: O G.,  D. Buchanan; J.P.G., J. P   Mackenzie.  two thousand square inches of pictures in each issue, ancl costs to  produce.a thousand dollars each issue-^sometimes considerably  more.  What It's Readers Says:  "The Canadian Pictoral is certainly worthy of all praise.       I have  been particularly struck with the excellence   of the portraits and illustra  tions.  ^^Uu-  t <*.  rs ' -<">  Phoenix Ski Club  The Phoenix Ski Club has been  launched and promises to become  one of the leading winter sports in  the city. A good course or run 1,000  feet long has been located near the  C.P.R. depot and is now being  cleared. The club is going to considerable expense in putting the  course in shape, and to help defray  this, the dance was given last night  in the Scandinavian hall. When the.  run is completed regular meets will  be held by the club members and  the public generally is invited to visit  I the course and see   the ski   runners  last eveningl  One billion dollars a year are spent  at soda fountains in the United States.  Advertising put the soda fountain on  the map,  Found���In Eagle Barber shop, Christmas Eve a sum of money. Owner can  have same by identifying it and paying for this advertisement.  J. M. Turnbull, one of the head engineers of the Consolidated company,  was in town from Trail this week,  inspecting the company's. local properties.  Lost, between Granby hotel and the  Miners' Union hall, a lady's gold  locket with chain. Finder please return to Deane's or Granby hotel and  receive reward.  Mr. and Mrs. M. Cranley returned on  Saturday from a three month's trip to  Vancouver. Mr. Cranley underwent a  serious operation in a Vancouver hospital but has about recovered again.  , At a meeting of the School Board,  on Saturday, Jan. 7th, P. H. Cosgrove  was awarded the contract of building  the new school, finishing two rooms,  for $7,100. Work to be-completed on  or before July 31 next.  Dominic Sergi was up before Police  Magistrate Hood on Tuesday on a  charge of carrying concealed weapons,  preferred by the provincial authorities.  The case! was dismissed and an automatic gun, which appeared in the case,  passed into the hands of the authorities.  The magistrate gave a warning that  any person found guilty of carrying  dangerous weapons would be dealt with  severel.  "I am greatly pleased with the Canadian Pictorial. No true Can  adian should be without it."���Geo. Martin, Penhold, Alta.  What the Press Says:  "The Canadian Pictorial is the most expensively produced illustrated publication in Canada."���Mail and Empire, Toronto.  "Only $1.00 per year, but worth twice that amount."���Reporter,  Kingsville, Ont.  "The pictures in the Pictorial are among the finest that have been  produced."���World, Vancouver, B. C.  "The Canadian Pictorial has been steadily   improving   with   each  year of its existance and is a credit to Canadian journalism."���The Presbyterian Witness, Halifax,  N.  S.  If it Delights others so much It will surely Please You  The regular price is ten cents a copy, but it will be sent FREE  to new subscribers to the Phoenix Pioneer. This offer will last  till JANUARY 30th ONLY.    Address :  The  a number  will   seek  Rossland carnival.  honors   at the  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 9.30 a.m.  lower town, 10.00 a.m.  a  a  Standard Time  Leave Greenwood 3.00 p.m.  PROMPT  ATTEfyTBOiy  TO  EXPRESS AMD  FREIGHT  a  Express Rates to Drop  In the judgement delivered by the  railway commission after an enquiry  into the express rates of Canada it  was decreed that as the tariffs of the  Canadian   companies   are   too high  there will, have  to   be   a   reduction.  The   forms   of   contracts   between  shippers and companies were regarded as unfair and will have  to be replaced.     The methods  of  the companies   were generally   condemned.  A rate reduction of at least   ten per  cent on through  express  traffic has  been ordered by the commission.  Advertising is simply the voice of  of the market-place speaking to all  men in the highways and byways.  Wanted���Men and Women to learn  barber trade. Have opened one of our  famous colleges in Calgary. -Positions  furnished; wages from $20 to $30  weekly; 10,000 graduates placed last  year. Illustrated catalogue free. Write  Moler Barber College, 609 Centre St.,  Calgary, Alberta.  Keep Your Dollars at Home  , Hyou spend a dollar jn your own  /q;���^ d    t     RADnn-v    rw -puuMt^uc,,,^ ,* .uv.icu tu viS,L  town> Part of !t�� assuming that you  (Signed) R.   L.   BORDEN,   Ottawa, , ^ ^ ^ ^ J ^ ^   run lare   engaged  in   business,   finds ��� a  "The Canadian Pictorial, a publication which, if I may be permit-   perform.       Phoenix has the first ski   Patn *?ack to your individual coffers.  ted to say so, is a credit to Canada." club west of the   Rockies and being  If y��u send a dollar to other sections,  LORD STRATHCONA. (composed of some excellent material \aU of {t is aPl to stav   there-      You  have depleted   to   that   extent your  community's working capital.  A stream of money flows daily  from British Columbia into the  United States. This, of course has  a weakening effect upon local finance  and commerce. The outgo means  less capital here tor business.  Each of us whose fortunes depend  upon   those   of   British   Columbia,  owes it to himself to exert   an influence toward   keeping  more   of this  mouey where it   will stimulate   our  own industries.     If you  are making  a purchase and there  is little choice  between   the goods or   articles,   let  your decision be in favor of the product which is adding  to   the   home  wealth, rather than to that of manufacturers at a distance.      You   may  regard    as    unimportant  your own  influence in this matter   of buying,  feeling that you are only an individual among many thousands, but you  can help.    There  are  great   manufacturing possibilities in British Columbia and development   means,  of  course,   bigger   and    richer    cities,  more opportunities and more money  for all who are   industrious.      Keep  this in mind.   Lend what aid you can  to the progress of your  community.  Bar&ain in Real Estate.���The  owner, who is removing from Phoenix,  will sell valuable property on Knob  Hill avenue at a great bargain. House  on rear of lot rents for $10 to $12 per  month, and front suitable for business  premises. Terms easy.���Apply to A  Hood, agent for owner.  Love's Iron, Quinine and Wine;  its a genuine bracing tonic���just the  thing for this time of year. Price  75 cents. \K^Xt^J  tofc  o-  ,    ft".  I- fe  "fe5  8K:  imi '-  m$  ��*;,  Sf-lit r /- u'  w?<  te  if"  fet'  ssrt   -  >���  >?T ���     ...  V'i"     -'  flf-'f  .J,  THIN HAIR.  a Liberal offer.  When the hair thins out on the top  of the head arid .ttie bald spot is getting  ready to appear in public, don't get  discoui'aged, or irritable. Just go to  your -Druggist and,ask for Parisian  Sage Hair Tonic. , He will, charge you  60c. for a large bottle but if it does not  cause hair' to" grow where the hair is  thinning out nothing on this earth  will.  And we want to say to everybody,  man, woman and child, that you can.  have your money back if Parisian Sage  isn't the best hair grower, hair saver,  hair beautifler and dandruff cure on the  market to-day.  . It? stops itching scalp and falling hair  and makes hair grow thick and abundantly.   All druggists everywhere sell  ..Parisian Sage,  or postpaid from the  ,Giroux Mfg. Co., Port Erie, Out.    See  that the Girl with the Auburn Hair is  ,.<>n every bottleJ   Sold'and guaranteed  hy,JpHN Love, Druggist, Phoenix. ,  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  and  Boundary Mining Journal  issued weekly  at Phoenix, British Columbia  Subscription, 2.00 per yea  2.50 to United States.  T. Alfred Love, Publisher.  ADVERTISING SCALE  Application for Liquor Licence (90 days) . .$4.00  Certificate of Improvement notice (60 days) f 7.60  Application to Purchase Land notices (60 days)   ...'..$7.50  Delinquent Co-owner notices (90 days)' $10.00  Water notices (30 days)..: $15.00  All other legal advertising, 12 cento a line,'  single column, for the first insertion; and  8  cents a line for each subsequent insertion, nonpareil measurement.  Saturday, January 14, 1911  Discount Sale  Before   Stocktaking   FEBRUARY  FIRST-  We will give a Discount of 15 per cent  off all new lines of CHINA, CUT GLASS, etc.  ,25 per cent Off many Odd Pieces, China,  Silver Pipes.     It  will  pay  you to investigate.  E. A, BLACK, The Jeweler  J  PHOENIX  OPERA   HOUSE  JAN. 14  MASdN BROS.  ORfiQINAL  UNCLE TOM'S CABIN CO.  Positively the Only Company Pre-  - (* sen ting* theiplay in its entirety  .   '       * -' Vr '    ,'Complete Scenic Production  GREATEST EVER CONCAVED!  ^^>.%By,Travelling! managers  A Oast of"Unusual Strength  Power of Compound Interest  Here is a simple rule for finding-  the number of years Jn which a sum  of money will double itself at compound interest. Divide 69,3 by the  rate per cent, and add to this .35.  Thus at 3 per cent, we find the number of years by dividing- 69.3 by 3,  which yields 23.1 to which we add  .35 years making- the time 23.45  years. , - -  At 3 per cent simple interest it  takes 33}$ years for money to double  itself. And so you will find that  compound interest has a very great  advantage oyer simple, interest, in  doubling- power, the ratio of one  force to the other being for all ordi-  nary.rates of interest about as 10 to 7.  EASTERN TOWNSHIPS  BANK  Capital  and   Reserve,   ��5,250,000  Head Office -  Established 1859   -   SHERBROOKE, QUE.  Wm. Farwell, President.   S. H. C. Miner, Vice President!   J. Mackinnon, General Manager  This power of compound' interest  2S- Talented    People ! ma>'be i,,ustrated   in   another  way.  White and Colored Company      (Three young men save  $50  each a  year for 40 -years.  82 BRANCHES IN   PROVINCE  OF QUEBEC  AND  AT  WINNIPEG, MAN. VANCOUVER, B. C.  COLEMAN, ALTA. GRAND FORKS, B. C.  LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHOENIX,  B. C.  TABER, ALTA. PRINCETON, B. C.  Savings' Department at all  Offices.  CORRESPONDENTS   ALL    OVER    THE  WORLD  A Production of Merit  Given in the Theatre. Not on the street  PROF.   HICK'S CHALLENGE CONCERT  BAND  And Operatic Orchestra  Band    Concerts   Twice    Daily  Upon Principal Streets      r  SEATS NOW ON SALE AT  THOS.  BROWN'S  Lumber and Wood  When in need of LUMBER,  LATH, SHINGLES, CORD-  WOOD or SLABWOOD I  can   fill  your  order  promptly.  Phone A4-4  OVER 66 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  A, beiijg- a very   cautious  youth,  puts his money in a  strong   box at  I home. At the end of 40 years he has  saved $2,000.  B places his money with a banker  who says he will allow him simple  interest at 3%. At the end of the  40 years he has at his credit $3,230.  C deposits his money in the Post  Office Saving-s.Bank at 3% compound  interest, and at the end of 40 years  he has $3,883 at his credit.  But D has discovered a still more  excellent way. He pays his money  to the Dominion Government for the  purchase of a Canadian Government  Annuity. He is now aged 20, and  the Government say to him that if  he dies during the 40 years of saving  his estate will be as well off as C's  estate, for it will receive back all  that he has paid' in with 3% compound interest, and if he survives to  the age of 60 he will receive from  the Government an income of $500  as long as he lives.  At 3% C's $3,883 would, if he  spent a portion of his capital each  year, give him $500 a year for less  than nine years, and at 70 he would  find himself without a penny and in  debt if he. had no other means of  support. This is worth thinking  about, and you may obtain further  information on the subject of your  Postmaster or by addressing the  Superintendent of Annuities, Ottawa.  GREENWOOD   LIQUOR  CO.  We furnish the trade all over the Boundary  with the Choicest Imported and  Domestic  Wines, Liquors and Cigars  As we ship direct in carloads, we can make  prices   right,   and  give  prompt   shipment  JAMES McCREATH & CO.  GREENWOOD, B.C.  Royal Billiard Parlors  POOL TABLES AND BOWLING ALLEYS  Complete line of PIPES, TOBACCOS, CIGARS  AND CIGARETTES, Always in Stock  Finest Secection of CONFECTIONERY, Try the  FAMOUS - KOHINOOR - CHOCOLATES  Mew First-Class Barber Shop lnnec^'  AN     EASY    SHAVE,    STYLISH    HAIRCUT,     REFRESHING  MASSAGE . *.      . '.      . *. INVIGORATING SMAMPOO.  COSGROVE & McASTOCKER, Proprietors  Life is all too short, and why not make your "few  days" comfortable ? We have many pieces of Furniture  that will do much to make your home cosy and add to its  comforts. An easy chair or reposing- couch would give rest  in the evenings and helpyou forget the troubles of a strenuous  day.  Our Store is full of suggestions for making your  home attractive and cosy,.and our prices are reasonable.  Furnishings for' the  Honra��  W  I  11  1M  si  >\  'I *^j *   tv . -*-\.ci i /1, +1' t.i.1 .**���.-' ���^f i  i cH .v,4 ;  .     >>  PHOENIX HOCKEYISTS f  MAKE GOODSHOWING  ��� .-^ ���  '���       '  ���   ;'  ������  Defeat Grand Forks 10-4 on Monday and Greenwood  10-3 on Thursday���Play Brilliant Hockey  Phoenix,  10;   Grand Forks,   4.  Phoenix,  10;   Greenwood,      3,  These   two   lines   tell   pithily the  story of two hockey   matches which  took place in "Phoenix this week, the  former on{ Monday and the latter on  Thursday, and they carry with them  no slight eloquence as to the standing of the   Phoenix  septette in the  Boundary Hockey league,  of which  the above were two scheduled games.  PHOENIX   VS:   GRAND; FORKS  The Phoenix seven did themselves  proud Monday evening. They played  clean hockey, and they played it all  the time. They not only aroused  enthusiasm among their supporters  to the boiling point, but they won  the admiration of the/ hundreds of  visitors.     '. '"';;  The Grand Forks team\arrived at  9 p. m. over the C.P.R. \v\th about  100 supporters. They were, met at  the depot by the city band-andsleighs  conveyed them to the rink.  The game started   about   ten   o'  clock and the first-half xirsb probably  the fastest hockey that has been seen  in the Boundary district,!the teams  being fresh and the icrkeen. There  were many brilliant plays by members of both teams; Phoenix scored  first but the game was more even  than the score of 3-1   for this period I ment ot he goaltender.  PHOENIX VS.   GREENWOOD  This was  largely  a   repetition of  the previous game, only Greenwood  hockey team   was being  outclassed  instead of Grand Forks.    The score  at half time was again 3 to 1 in favor  of the homesters,, though Greenwood  can hardly be saici to have put upas  strong, a game as the   Grand,- Forks  seven did.  The visitors had no combination and   their   individual work  was fruitless, but they did some excellent shooting at  long   range and  only for the alertness of Lang many  of them would have  tallied; ; in fact  this was the one dangerons   feature  displayed by the visitors.  Greenwood has some new recruits-  this  winter,   but   the   "ringers" did  not appear to stack up   particularly.  The Russells and McDonald of last  year's team, did more effective work.  In the second half Phoenix fore-  wards played splendid combination,,  but there was some particularly brilliant individual work too. Taking  the puck from the face-off at centre  McKelvey. outwitted check after  check and scored unaided. Ouelett.  went one better, taking the puck the  entire length of the rink, dodging  his opponents with surprising.ease,  and slid into the net to the bevvilder-  lett's record, is almost as vgood* ;h.e  having been in;a greater number of  games. Both have lots of speed and  are good shots. But they have nothing over McKelvey at Centre. Lome  takes to hockey like a duck to water;  he is a clean, consistent player and  clever at shooting. The fourth man  in the forwards is Saunders, the rover, otherwise the "rabbit.''    There  are none swifter in   the   bunch and      Boundary Hockey Schedule  lie is always right on  the spot when J Jan. 2 Phoenix...    at Grand Forks  about and there ��� is something doing  when the puck gets in his territory.  Lang, in goal, is clever and is making a good showing-too good to suit  the other Boundary teams with which  he has been connected in the past,  and it does not require a microscope  to discover their jealous attitude towards Him. ~  he is needed. He can double back  on the enemy and get away with the  puck and usually does his share of  the scoring. Herb Neill at cover is  "all the same, a stone wall;" he is  always there when it comes to a  body check and can invariably make  Jan. 9 Grand Forks. . . at Phoenix  Jan. 12 Greenwood.... .at Phoenix  Janl 16 Grand Forks at Greenwood  Jan. 20 Greenwood at Grand Forkg  Jan. 24 Phoenix. at Greenwood  Jan. 27 Grand Forks at Phoenix  Jan. 30 Phoenix.. . .at Grand Forks  a clean get-away with the puck and  Feb. 3 Grand  Forks  at Greenwood  do a forward stunt. McQueen is  tbe right man in the right place at  point; he always knows what   he is  Feb. 6 Greenwood... .. .at Phoenix  Feb. 9 Greenwood   at Grand Forks  Feb. 13 Phoenix at Greenwood  Many dope fiends contracted  the drug habit in the cradle  Certain dangerous drugs were given to thcrci in  their baby days in the form of: "Soothing Syrups,"  "colic cures'' and ''hifan:J friends.'' The harmful  effect of "soothers" containing opium, morphine, -V  chloroform, chloral, etc., cannot be too strongly  stated. Do not give baby a "soother" unles*  70U positively must.    Then give it  tV"-'  represents.     On resuming after half  time,   however,   the    locals    simply  played rings around their apponents  and kept up a continual seige on the  Grand   Forks   goal   and    only    the  wonderful work of Boland prevented  Phoenix from piling up a large score.  Time was called   as   the   puck   was  registering the fourth  goal   for    he  visitors.  There was an interesting incident  in the second half.     When  Phoenix  scored its seventh goal and the score  stood 7-2, two of the   local   players  were sent to the fence for   trivial offences; the   remaining   five   pressed  the opposing seven and scored,   and  an excuse was found to send another  man to the fence.    Playing four men  against seven Phoenix again scored,  while the  visitors  managed   to   get  another goal to   make   their   pair a  trio.  For Grand Forks, xMercer, Miller  and Boland are the backbone of the  team and played an aggressive  game, though Miller spends a good  portion of his time on the fence.  Referee McDonald   gave  satisfaction and kept the game clean.  Following were the line-ups;  PHOENIX GRAND FORKS  Lang ��� .goal Boland  Ellis point. ....... Mann  Neill... , cover Quinn  Sanders . . .'.. . .rover Miller  McKelvey . . . .centre Demuth  Ouelett left Mercer  general  Miller of Grand Forks refereed the  game and, we believe, acted in good  faith and  fairness,   though   that he  erred in penalizing Ouelett   there  \s  no doubt.     In the   previous   games  Ouelett has taken knock after knock,  has been smashed   and   gashed deliberately, but   accepted   them with  grace and without a murmer against  his apponent.    He plays cleanly, and  the alleged offence  was  imaginary.  The ice was keen and the game clean  and crisp throughout.  The Phoenixrline-up was the same  as in Monday's game,   with   the exception that McQueen replaced Ellis  at point.     Greenwood   lined   up as  follows:     Goal,    McCarthy;   point,;  Chas. Russell; cover, D. McDonald;  rover,   Cliff Russell;  centre,  Hpod;  right, G. McDonald;  left, Charlton.  Phoenix may   well   feel   proud of  its hockev team.     It is composed of  a gentlemanly lot of sports who will  win by fair means only and have the  ability to   give   a   good   account of  themselves when the season is over*  They have got away to a good start  for the Boundary championship and  should be able  to   gather   in   other  trophies as well.  The local forwards are a gilt-  edged quartette. Lynn and Ouelett  are both stars and they "shone" conspicuously pulling out the big scores  this week. Lynn has a unique record in having never been penalized  or sent to the fence,   although  hav-  SOOTHING SYRUP  and rest contented. Nyal's Soothing Syrup contains no opiates. It induces natural, healthy  sleep���gives immediate relief to baby, calming  the mother's tired nerves���does not put oh soft,  flabby flesh, making the little folks easy victims  of childish diseases.  We wouldn't think of recommending Nyal's  Soothing Syrup if we were not certain of its  beneficial effects.  Anything you  buy  with the name  will   give   ycwi  entire  satisfaction*  f450  SOLD  BY  Sold and guar&nteed by  JOHN LOVE, The Druggist  The Finest Quality in  MILK AND CREAM  at   Strictly - Fresh - Eggs  J. W. Hannam, Proprietor  is our business and we are  here to please you. The  next time that you  want  any Billheads, Letterheads, Envelopes* Statements, Circulars,  Cards, Dodgers���in fact, anything in PRINTING, phone 14  and we will  ~~��� "- ������-<wwi   vi ccijl 10 me rence,   aitnough   hav-  s"ow  you  Lynn ri8ht ��� ��� ��� Reid   i"g been in scores of matches.   Oue-jsamples : : :  UHMMMMMMM^ tile  ��� -.<       !  It-' '   I  I   f  '���%, '  I'   .  ft  Js5 '  V  I '* , I.  I  f&  -_  :-  $  'J <   ��s  ;���--*  .ft  "if  Ik  &i��  If'  ���3��4  -AMI'S    ,.  fev  fcfV  sr. -  V-  Hedley Gold Mining Company  Tflh'e  Hedley  Gold   Mining com-,  ipatiy's mill at  Hedley was  erected  " 'and for several years operated by the  Daly Reduction company prior to its  "  ' acquirement last year by the Hedley  CroVd Mining company.   . To -date its  aggregate of production has been of  a Valuer between $2,500,000 and $2,-  "700^6b6' from 231,000 tons  of pre.  1 " A recently published return showed  " an average assay value of$12.18for  'ifl29,385  tons of ore, andean average  Vecovery of $11.25 per ton, the period  ' covered having been eight months,  Jan.-Aug. of  19(10.      The, average  M cost per ton was $5.47 and, the ave-  rage' profits $5.78/   The capacity of  thefmiir is1 about 160 tons per day.  "The  total  extraction   of, value has  " ' been up to 93 per cent.  r" _ The following description has been  supplied: The stamps in the four 10-  stamp batteries are 1,050 lb. each.  Formerly they dropped 6 in. at 106  per min. Last summer changes were  made giving a 7%f in. drop and 99  per min., the result being- a considerable increase in the crushing capacity without requiring the 20-mesh  If  screens to be changed.  * During re-  o cent months new^ebuipment has been  put in, the completion of which alters  the. milling practice to the following:  Stamps crush to only^l6 mesh, the  pulp is classified by 8--Blinker Hill  :   screens,   the  coarse  product being  concentrated on  8  corrugated belt  vanners,    and , the   yvanner  tailings  pulverized in a 100-ton   Gates,tube-  mill  having Montana-Tonopah   Hnr I small percentage of  copper,   silver,  ing.      The  tube-mill product unites  and platinum is   known to occur in  with the fine from  the   Bunker Hill   the oreSj and assays show a variable  screens (running less than 60-mesh),. proportion of cobalt, nickel, lead and  and after being reground  passes to bismuth.    The arsenic   is  a   waste  classifiers and hydraulic sizers; the  product so far as the mines are con-  coarse from the latter is concentrated  cerned, and no credit is given for it  on 16 smooth-belt vanners,, the fine   Dy the smelter."  from the sizing passing to 10 Deister       About  47,000   tons   of ore    was  tables.      The  middling  from these  tables is concentrated over two similar  tables.    The   tailings  from the  smooth belt machines passes to the  sand vats and that from the Deister | the year cost $115,000.  tables to. the slime vats,; this . being  thc^riieihod of separating sand from  slime.    None of the  sand  reaches  the leaching vats coarser  than , 60-  mesh.     This   new method provides  for the single treatment of the sand,  the proportion of which is but 25 per  cent of the whole.    The slime is collected in four 200-ton   settlers, ,and  pumped thence into six 200-ton agitating   tanks   in   which   mechanical  agitators are used.    The gold solution is decanted from   the   agitating  tanks   and   treated   by   two Merrill  precipitation presses,   in  which zinc  dust is used.      The slime residue in  the agitating tanks, remaining after  the decantation, passes to two Oliver  filter presses, the solution to the precipitation presses and the caked slime  to the dump.   , The first cyanide be-  ing introduced into the sand vats and  agitating tanks, there is no crushing  in cyanide solution.    The consumption of cyanide per ton of sand   and  slime    treated    amounts, to   half-a-  pound, and costs  ten  cents per ton.  The concentrate amounts   to   200  tons per month; its base  is   arseno-  pyrite and it runs high in   gold.     It  has been sent to the smelter at Everett, , Wash.  Charles Comsell,  of the Canadian  Geological Survey, in an official report, says: *'As the ore is an auriferous arsenopyrite, gold is virtually  the onlyproduct, and an extraction  of about 92 per cent of the total value  of the ore is made from amalgarrfa-  tion, cyanidation,  and smelting,  j A  Economy is tho easy chair ot old age, and Economy bids  oven the choice dresser to save money on stylish attire  when possible. The time, the place, the opportunity is  right hero. Oome as a "looker" and you'll quickly become  a purchaser; the conversion will be due to the goods' and  the prices.  The Suits have "character," new designs in  . Vicunas and Fancy Worsteds tailored in Al.  fashion. The Overcoats, like the Suits, arc. mag-:  niflcent value. A discerning: buyer can save from  $3.00 to $13.00 on any one of these good and stylish  garments. We'll lit you like bark on a tree.  Don't   forget   this   fact:  These fashionable Suits arc principally English  "Worsteds, the Overcoats are mostly winter weight  genuine SCOTCH TWEEDS of latest herringbone  weave in- grey add other popular shades. Both  Suits and Overcoats are magnificently tailored in  the best Semi-Ready manner: Positively peerless  purchases, unparalleled values.  N. J. Carson & Co.  milled in 1910. and from this gold to  the value of approximately $516,000  was recovered. Power plant and  new mill   equipment   put   in  during  To Spend Millions  That the next four years will witness a greater development of British Columbia's population and a larger expenditure in railroad construction and major industrial works than  any previous period in the history of  the province, is the opinion of Premier McBride, based upon assured  railway construction and large development enterprises now in sight.  Railway construction alone in the  ensuing four years should provide  for. a distribution of over fifty,million  dollars in, the province, whjee in the,  matter of productive public works  the government contemplates an investment at the very least of five  million in each year, or twenty million in the whole of the period in  question. .  /Then it is a safe and conservative  estimate that in the systematic exploitation of the  timber areas,  the  coal fields and the fisheries, at least  thirty million dollars will be invested  so that leaving out of account altogether the metalliferous mining  which is supposed to be the backbone of British Columbia's business  jlife, and leaving out also the general commercial development which  may surely be expected, there will  vbe fully a hundred million dollars to  be expended within the province as  a substantial guarantee of its growth  and expansion.   ^   ��� .^fr  ���- . .  One billion dollars a year are spent  afc soda-fountains in the.UnitedStates.  Advertising put the soda fountain on  the map.  Household Laundry Work  A multitude of household worries, are overcome by  having your  Laundrying done at the Recb Laundry. ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� . ��� . .   ��� ������   ���  Reco Laundry  ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  Hello  A 10  n in Real Estate.���The  owner; who is, removing, from Phoenix,  will sell valuable property on Knob  Hill avenue at a great bargain. House  on rear of lot rents for $10 -to $12 per  month, and front suitable for business;  premises. Terms easy.���Apply to A.  Hood, agent for owner.  Fresh Cream and Milk Dally  GOOD CREAM OR MILK, such as the PHOENIX DAIRY  BRAND, is the basis of a. tempting meal. It makes everything  taste better. Try it���and you'll always buy it. All milk is  aereated before being sold.  Phone E 32 W. A. McKAY & SONS  DELIVERED   TO   ALL   P\RTS   OF  THE   CITY  Owing to the price of CREAMERY .BUTTER advancing all over  the country, we are compelled to raise the price of "Empress "  Creamery Brix, after Dec. 20th, to 4>����B per lb.  Phone 2  *  * m

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