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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jan 23, 1909

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 m  m  m  lys  -r,. ^ >6S*^  v.* *' ._~ "S  \y  :':&hlr%{m. ^ ,, M  AND   BOUNDARY   MINING  JOURNAL.  Tenth Year,  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  SATURDAY. JANUARY 23,  1909  No. 9  WE ARE OFFERING  Special Prices  on Men's Heavy  Winter - Goods  Men's Mackinaw  Coats  $5.00 COAT FOR $4.00  $6.00 COAT FOR $5.00  $7.00 COAT FOR $6 00  $1.50 SWEATER for $1.00  $1.75 SWEATER " $1,35  Hen's Black  Worsted Socks  SPECIAL- -3 Pairs tor $1.00  Men's Wool-Lined Gloves and Mitts, at  75c, $1.00 and $1.25  Men's Fur-Lined Caps, from 75c up  A Special Value in Men's Underwear at $i.oo  a Garment  These reductions in prices should   prove attractive  during zero weather.  Hunfer-Kehdrick Co. Ltd  INAUGURAL OF  CITYlUNGIL  New Council Met or.  Monday Evening  Police Commissioners Named  ���Appointments Left Over  ODDS & ENDS  ���SALE-   We are giving Liberal Discounts on all lines before Stocktaking, here are a few samples of bargains which you should  not miss:  CHINA PLATES, hand painted  regular price, $2.25;   value now  CUPS AND SAUCERS, half-doz.  hand painted, regular, $600; now  CUT GLASS NAPPIES, Olive  Dishes, etc., regular $4*00;  now  BRACELETS, best quality, gold-  filled, regular $6 50 to $8 50; now  LOCKETS, best quality, gold-  filled, regular $3.00 to $6.00; now  WATCHES  Fine J7-Jewel, nickel, $ J 3.50; now  Fine 15-Jewel, nickel case, $9; now      . 7.50  Good 7-JeweI, nickel case, $7: now 5.50  Good 7-Jewel Movement, 20-year  Gold filled case, price $U.50 now       S.OO  High-Grade 1 9 Jewel Movement,  25 year gold-filled case, only 3 in  stock, extra value, $37.00; now       30.00  20-year gold-filled case, f7-Jewel  Movement, good time piece,  regular price, $20;    value now        16.00  ALL GOODS GUARANTEED EXACTLY AS REPRESENTED, AND WILL BE EXCHANGED IF  UNSATISFACTORY FOR ANY REASON.  The inaugural meeting ofthe new  city council took place at the city hall  on iMonday evening, Mayor G. \V.  Rumberger and A'dermen P. J. Cook,  D. Deane, G. \V. Rogers, A. 1). McKenzie and A. Hillier oeing present.  Each of the aldermen, was sworn in  by the mayor and assumed bis seat at  the council table.  The following committees were  appointed by Mayor Rumberger:  Finance���Aldermen    P. J.    Cook,  chairman; D. Deane and G.W. Rogers.  Board  of  Works���Aldermen   Marshall, chairman; A. D. McKenzie and  A. Hillier.  On motion of Aid. Cook and Deane,  Oliver N. Galer and Aid. A. Hillier  were nominated and recommended for  the position of police and license  commissioners. The clerk was instructed to write the attorney-general  ������requesting him to confirm the council's  nomination as soon as possible.  Communications and applications  for the position of chief of police were  read from the following: John Mclnnis, M.L. A., re claim against the  city by John Harngan; from Bank of  Montreal asking the council's intention  regarding the notes held by the bank  against the city; applications for chief  of police from Wm. Oxley, C C. Hal-  verson, and J. D. McLean.  On motion of Aid. Cook and McKenzie the applications for chief of  police were placed on file until the  police commissioners be appointed.  The clerk was instructed to answer  Mr. Mclnnis' letter to the effect that  the account having been settled oy the  old council, the new council consider  they can do nothing in tbe matter; also  that the. check originally offered to  Harrigan is not cancelled and he can  have the same by applying to tbe  clerk.  The council decided that tbe new  council having just been formed  and not having become acquainted  with the city's financial position would  prefer to have the matter of paying off  the city's debt under consideration for  a time, before making any payment.  'I be auditor's report was read and  on motion of Aid. Rogers and McKenzie tbe report was adopted as  correct.  The   finance  committee   examined  and recommended   the   followin  counts for payment.  Granby Company    $  McRae Bros   C. A. Ross   B. C. Telephone Co   Phoenix Electric Light Co..  Phoenix Livery   Morrin, Thompson & Co.. .  M. Mclntyre   Vancouver Rubber Co   Johnson & Anderson   VV. K.  Hyslop   Geo   D   Turner. .......   .  Nelson Daily News   John Appleby   D. McDougall   H. Hartley   Phoenix Pioneer   MINING MEN TO  MEET ON MONDAY  Annual Gathering at Greewood  of Western; C.MVI?  The fourth general meeting' of the  members of the western branch of the  Canadian Mining , Institute will be  held at Greenwood on Monday next.  This meeting will be the annual  general, meeting for the election of  president and members of the council  of the branch for the.ensuing year. Thc  Pioneer is in receipt of the following  letter from E. Jacobs, secretary of the  western branch:  "It may interest some of your  readers to know, if you will be good  enough to mention j it in your next  issue, that the meeting of the Western  Branch of this Institute to be held in  Greenwood next week will be open to  others than members of the Institute.  We shall be glad to see at our meeting  any one sufficiently interested to  attend. The arrangements are in the  hands of the local ^members, out so  far as I have been able to gather from  Mr. Frederic Keffer; the proceedure  will be somewhat as;follows: Monday  afternoon (after arrival . of C. P. R.  train) opening of meeting; Monday  evening,, social gathering; Tuesday  morning, reading and discussion of  papers; Tuesday afternoon, visit to  mines and smelter.".  The council of the branch will include all western members of the  council ol the institute, ex officio, the  president, and secretary of the branch,  and twelve members to be elected by  ballot. With the Object of making  the incoming council as fully representative of the various parts of the  province as practicable the present  council has recommended that twelve  members to beelecte-d, be chosen from  those shown on the ballot paper (two  for Alberta and one each for the other  places named), which has been sent to  members. 4  Amone the business to be transacted will- be the consideration of a motion to provide for the inclusion as ex-  bfficio members of its'council the three  last chairmen of the branch, along the  lines adopted for the parent institute.  It is probable also that a recommendation will be adopted advocating that  a good disylay of minerals which will  effectively advertise.g'ge.districts concerned he sent to fnS"'A'/a'ska Yukon  Pacific exposition at Seattle.  All members of the institute in'good  standing residing in Western Canada  and the neighboring parts cf the  United States are, by virtue of such  membership, also members of the  Western branch.  Boundary Mining Notes  E. Jacobs, formerly of the Boundary,  has suspended the publication of the  B.C. Mining Record at Victoria.  The payroll at the Greenwood smelter was $14,000 greater during the past  six months than for any, previous six  months.  Development work at the B.C.  Copper company's Lone Star mine, in  Washington, have been suspended until  the spring.  The B.C. Copper company's smelter  treated 7,729 tons of ore this week,  as follows: Mother Lode, 7,074; Oro-  Denoro, 341;! other properties, 324.  There were no shipments from the  Snowshoe mine this week on account  of the Consolidated company's smelter  at Trail being partially .closed down  through lack of water.  It is expected the new tram line at  the Golden Eagle mine on the North  Fork will be in operation in the course  of a couple of months, the machinery  having arrived at the property. The  tram line will carry the pre from the  mine to the railway line.  The B.C. Copper company took advantage of the forced close-down last  week, through lack oCpower, to make  some necessary repairs to the smelter,  plant, thus obviating a close-down later  on. Only two of three furnaces have  been in commission during the past  week, but it is expected the full battery  will again be operating in a few days.  NEW AMBULANCE  FOR GRANBY MINES  Carriage for Conveying Injured  to Hospital Arrives.  Some time ago we mentioned that a  hospital ambulance was under order  for the Granby mines, Jay P. Graves,  the managing director of the company,  while in Phoenix some months ago,  having discussed the necessity of an  ambulance in connection with the hospital here, and stated that he would  place an order for one.  The ambulance arrived this week,  coming direct from Foulton & Walker's  factory, Philadelphia;,Pa. It is a very  handsome carriage, with two stretchers  and other general equipment; also provided with rubber tires for summer and  runners for winter. It is housed close  to the mine and will undoubtedly be  of valuable service in time of accidents.  Boundary Side Lights  ac-  4  5��  75  42  1 1  20  108  85  3��  00  10  40  5  00  85  5��  11  00  6  00  5��  00  4  20  35  00  3��  5��  2  00  82  <?P  THE JEWELER  Annual Meeting.  The annual congregrational meeting  of St Andrew's Presbyterian church,  took place in the church on Thursday  evening, a cood number of adherants  ami members being present. The  secretary.treasurer presented his report,  showing the receipts for year 1 908 to  have been $1257.36, the expenditures  being $1257.36, and the balance on  hand $ 13 11. The Sunday school report showed $26.30 left in the treasury,  the expenditures during the year having been $72.70, including $15 to  missions; collections during tbe year  were $87.40. The Ladies' Aid society  have a membership of thirteen; seven  socials, five monthly teas, one sale of  work, and one play were held during  the year; total receipts were $384.15,  total expenditures $347 95, leaving  balance of $41,70. .Managers weri*  elected for the current year, and the  meeting concluded with a literary and  musical program, after which refreshments were served by ladies ofthe congregation.     _  Will Erect Meat Market.  W. Hillman, until recently traveller  for J. Y. Griffin & Co., arrived in  town this week and has gone into  partnership with Hugh Reed in the  meat and provision business.  A new meat market will shortly I e  erected for the firm on Knob Hill  avenue, jus west of their present store.  The new market will have corner location and will be built with cold  storage in connection. Tbe property  on which the new store will be erected  is owned by Thos. Hemmerlee ol  Greenwood.  Rossland's Winter Carnival.  Arrangements have been completed  for Rossland's twelfth annual winter  carnival, which will take place from  February 2nd to 6th. This annual  winter event has always been looked  forward to by sportsmen and others  in the interior, and the program completed by the citizens of Rossland for  the approaching carnival is even more  attractive than that of any of their  previous carnivals. The sports program includes: hockey for the championship of British Columbia; ski  jumping for the championship of Canada; snowshoe races, skating, tobogganing, curling bonspiel, horse races,  for which handsome trophies are offered as prizes. An effort is being made  to send a ioint hockey team from the  boundary intermediate teams. Special  transportation rates have been secured.  In an editorial dealing with the  Granby Consolidated, the Canadian  Mining Journal says: "The vigorous  and sanely constructive policy pursued  by Manager Hodges is an object lesson  to Canadian mine manacers. Those  who are familar with conditions in  southeastern British Columbia will  appreciate the vigilance and strength  with which the affairs of the Granby  Consolidated are adminstered."    ���*.  Fund For Earthquake Sufferers  To the good people of Phoenix:  Dear Friends:���I have just received  a communication trom my superiors in  which they request me to have a  collection taken up throughout the  Boundary in aid of the Italian earthquake sufferers. As you are aware,  half the population of Calabria and  the eastern part of Sicily are dead, and  the other half are weighted down by  miseries beyond description. Your  kind and generous contribution for  this worthy object mav be sent direct  to me, or deposited in my name in the  Eastern Townships Bank, and I will  see that they are immediately forwarded to tbe proper authorities. Yours  respectfully,  J. A. Bkdkad, 0. M. I.  Phoenix, Jan. iS,   1909.  C. P. R. Controls Wisconsin Central.  The transfer of the control of the  Wisconsin Centtal Railway took place  on Wednesday. The deal involved  between four and five million dollars,  the C.P.R. securing the controlling  interest.  It is understood that the Wisconsin  Central will hereafter be operated in  the interests of the Minneapolis St.  Paul & Soo road which is controlled  by the Canadian Pacific railway. The  Wisconsin Central runs from Chicago  to St. Paul and gives the Canadian  Pacific direct connection over its own  and subsidary lines between Chicago  aud Vancouver.  Starts for England  left Tuesday  John Wilson left Tuesday for Yorkshire, lingland, and will be accompanied on bis return, in the course of  a few months, by Mrs. Wilson and  family D  with him.  The contract for 450 feet of tunnelling on the Woodburn property of the  Phoenix Mining, Smelting and Development company has just been  completed. Some of the foremost  mining experts of the Boundary have  examined the showing and are very  enthusiastic oyer the prospects, and it  is Believed IneTuhnellihg'Ts "n'OW very  close to the main ore body. The company will hold a meeting next Friday  evening, at which a general report of  the receipts, expenditures and development work will be presented. It is  the intention of the company to let  another contract to continue the development.  P. F. Roosa, manager of the Do  minion Copper Company, was in camp  from Boundary Falls on Tuesday.  Mr. Roosa looks for ihe resumption of  the Dominion Copper properties within  the course of about six weeks. He had  no information to give concerning the  reorganization of the company, but  stated that the reorganizing,' which is  necessarily slow was going along satisfactorily. At the smelter all pipes  are being kept thawed out and a small  force of men are now employed making  repairs to the furnaces and putting  them in shape ready for resumption.  At the mines, locally, the pumps are  kept going with the usual staff and an  unofficial report states that Dominion  Copper will again be running full force  next month.  Many people well versed in mineralogy have been puzzled at the appear  ance of the Republic ore. It resembles  house plaster more than anything else,  and the gold, where it exists in metallic  form, is so fine that it can not be seen  by the naked eye. Then it occurs  again at a telluride. One body of pet-  zitu has been developed which gives  returns from grap samples of $5,400  to $6,000 a ton. The last car shipped  to the smelter at Grand Forks, B.C.,  yielded 65.28 a ton. Thete are thousands of tons ready to be broken down  that will go far in excess of $20, and as  the freight and treatment rate at Grand  Forks is $6.50 a ton and it is claimed  that tbe cost of mining will not exceed  75c a ton on an average, it can be seen  that there are some wonderful possi  bilities in this property.���Gazette.  Mlattreli PIm Big Trip.  Phoenix Royal Minstrels  are  planing for a big excursion to Grand Forks  in the near future.     It is proposed to  run a special train to the Forks on the  occasion ofthe next scheduled hockey  match between the teams  of Phoenix  andthat  city  at Grand Forks    The  game  will  commence about  four or  five o'clock, and the  Royal  Minstrels  will put on a show in the opera house  commencing at 8 p. m., which will be  followed by a dance for  which  the  excellent seven-piece minstrel orchestra  will furnish music.    The special  will  leave Phoenix about 3 p, m.  and  returning   would    leave   Grand  Forks  about 2 p. ro., giving local citizens an j  opportunity to  visit  our neighboring  city and  have a  real  enjoyable  time  and return the same night.    The date  has not yet been set, but will probably  take place  early  in   February  if the  arrangements can be made.    The hockey team will probably run  a  special  train whether the  minstrels   show  or  not.  RepftMIc Mlae Uoklaf Qm4.  The first carload of ore under the  new management of the Republic mine  has reached the Granby smelter. Developments at the mine has opened on  the No. 1 level an 16 inch body of ore  that averages $720 to the ton. This  ore is two levels above the strike made  during the week when eight feet of.ore  were-founo-which -avenged - $4��- U> ^ the  tou. This last ore body is in the floor  of No. 2 tunnel, and is the downward  extension of the great ore shoot which  was stoped above this level under the  Patrick Clark management, which assayed $100 acioss 20 feet.  Greenwood's death rate during 1908  was about 4 per 1000 population.  J. S. Birnie was elected school trustee in Greenwood by acclamation.  Born���At Eholt on January 1 oth, to:  Mr. and Mrs. W. McPherson, a son,  V. A. Davies has' succeeded M. C.  Davidson as bandmaster at Grand  Forks. '....' ,'.;.V  Fire damaged the residence of Mrs.  Russell Hill, on the west fork, last  week, to the extent of $300.  The annual meeting of the Kettle  Valley Farmers' institute will be held  in Grand Forks next Wednesday evening. '"'".'-  James Halton, while working at the  Granby smelter a few days ago, was  overcome by gas from the furnaces.  He was taken to the hospital and has  since recovered.      :  E. Miller, E. Spragget, W. Dinsmore, VV. B. Cochrane and G. R.  Belton are delegates from Grand Forks  Conservative association at the annual  provincial convention in Victoria this  week. ��� ,    ������%  The following are tne newly installed  officers of Gateway Lodge, I.O.O.F.,  Grand Forks: N.G., W. R. Dewdney;  V.G., George Henderson; chaplain, .  N. Ross; financial secretary, W. B.  Bower ; treasurer, J. Allen ; recording  secretary, George Chappie; R.S.N.G.,  D. D. Munro; R.S.V.G., C. Wolfram;  warden, G. Murphy; conductor, J.  Bugbee; I.G., T. G. Bird; O.G., L.  Crossen.  At the regular nomination for Grand  Forks city council Mayor Fnpp was  returned by acclamation. As H. A.  Sheads and Jeff Davis were.the only  aldermen nominated, it became necessary for the mayor to appoint four  others���D. McCallum,- B. Le-Quime,  W. K. C. Manly and D. Whiteside  being named to act on the board for  current year. William Cooper and. C.  A. S. Atwood were elected school  trustees by acclamation.  Pliher-Lelstr Cup   Carting  The following is the result of curling  to date in the local Tither Leiser cup  competition:  Skip iVc  Campbell    =;  Sherbino \.  Reeves    2  George    5  Capt. Smith    4  Gardner    3  Brown    3  Strachan    2  McNicol    -  Strutzel    1  O. B. Smith    1  Marshall    o  Lost  o  i  1  3  3  3  3  3  4  3  4  4  To Play  6  6  8  3  4  5  5  6  Minstrels at Greenwood.  Phoenix Royal Minstrels were greeted with a splendid house at Greenwood on Wednesday evening the  audience being most gracious in applauding the various numbers on the  program. The many local hits were  well received and the entire program  went off with snap. Miss Flossie Graham received a storm of applause on  her rendition of "Just Some One;" and  Alex. Strutzel had to respond to repeated encores, his numbers on the  violin being greatly appreciated. The  orchestra gave splendid music and  also furnished a program for the dance  which followed. About a score of  Phoenix people accompanied the Minstrels and report having a very enjoyable evening.  Lateit Prices la Metals  Nkw York���Copper, electrolytic, *14-  00 @ $14,25; latce. $14 25 @ $14.50.  Bar Silver. 50  Lead, $4.57}* @ *4.62.  Spelter. $5.05 �� $5.10  Oeoiofleal Sarveyiof ia Slmilkaa-eea.  Charles Camsell completed his detailed  study  of the  Hedley   mining  camp, and began a survey of the Tula-  meen district.    The latter is unique in"  that it is the only district in Canada  where   platinum   gravels   have   been  worked on a commercial scale.    Railway facilities for this section are  projected, and with  the solution of the  transportation problem it is  expected  that this portion of the  country will  receive     active   development.     The  present work is in anticipation of this.  ���Canadian Mining Journal.  Kettle Valley Railway  At the forthcoming session of the  provincial legislature the Kettle River  Valley Railway Co. will seek incorporation to operate a line of railway  of standard guage commencing at a  point at or near Midway, B.C., thence  to Penticton by the'most feasible route,  distance of 120 miles, more or less;  and commencing at or neari. Penticton  on Okanagan lake, thence to 'a point  at or near Nicola by the most feasible  route, a distance of about 150 miles  With the construction of the Kettle,  Valley line the Boundary will be  brought into direct communication  with the east, and the extensive mineral fields ofthe West Fork will be given  the transportation required to place  them in the front rank of the country's  producing mines.  ������n Jan. 23   '09  S BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  The following table gives the ore shipments, of Boundary mines lor   1900,  I 1903. 1904,   1905,   1906,   1907,1908 and 1909, as reported to the Phoenix Pioneer���  650  Bonspiel Postponed  The provincial bonspiel at Rossland  which was to have commenced on  Tuesday, has been postponed indefinitely on account of mild weather. A  rink from Phoenix has been slated,  Jones is crossing the pond I composed of Messrs.   Campbell,   Mc  I Nicol, Perkins and McCracken.  Mi.vs.  ] Granby Mines...  1 Snowshoe..   1 Phoenix Amal._  I B. C. Copper Co.  Mother Lode.-.  B C. Mine   Hmtna   Oro Denoro....  j Sonnle Belle   I Doxn. Cop. Co....  Br'klyn-Stem..  Idaho.   Rawhide   Sunset..   Mouutn Rose..  Athelstan   Morrison _  ' R. Bell   J Senator   I Brey Fogle   No. 37   I Reliance   Sulphur Klng���.  Winnipeg. -..  I Golden Crown...  I King Solomon...  3lg Copper   I No. 7 Mine   I city ol Paris      a.ooo  {Jewel         35��  j Riverside   I Carml   Sally   I Rambler   I Butcher Boy ���  Duncan   I Providence ~  J Klkhorn   j Strathmoie   I Golden liagle   ] Preston   Prince Henry   1 Skylark   1 Last Chance   B. P. D.Mine   I Bay   I Mavis _.   1 Don Pedro   I Crescent   I Ruby   I Republic -  I Miscellaneous..  1901       190a       1903  *isi.76�� 309,858 393,718  1,731      3O,8O0     71,313  1904 1905  S49.7��J 653,889  1906  801,404  8.4J6  1907       1908  613.537 1028,747  135,001      48,^26  1901,   tool.  Past  Week  14,4-11 [  IS09  47.074  5,550  99.034 I4t,3a6 138,079  47.405    14,811 19,365  8,530 33,937   - 15.537  >oa     7,455    15.731  550  1,040  ....������  "665  ISO  560  785  6n  48a  2,060  119  5.��46  3,339  363  x.435  80  3^56  jas  993  400  167  Soo  345  174,a��S  147.576  "05.9OO  1.488  308,321  1,713  3*",8s9  37,960  9.485  tl 804  18,374  16,400  3.007  3-177  20  140,685  I4.48I  43.a95  66,630  3a,35��  55.731  5.78o        3.960  12,253     3.070  35,108  26,03a  64,173  10,740  3.��S��  3,056  48.390  31.370  S.Soa  I./5?  4.747  3.555  31.258  53��  4,586        649  S.4SO  1.8J3  364  .......������  33  33  150     ..._.     '.'.'.'.'."'.'.  ;."i".'  5��6  ....-,...     .��          ���*������   ���"���         ���_  90   30  143   30  106  76  .1  79  65  108     40  726  7.0  1 140  700     335  150  40  20  .".'.'.'.'  30  140  20  IS  589  a     a  SIS  324  V  689     3��  ���"55  73  20  ������������-���  30     40  45  90  20  SOO  33  60  750     19.443     9,744 I  630  46,^99  22,2<X)  >8,7<H I  7 7jV f  Total, tons 300.80c 508,876 690^19 8x9,808 ^33,628 1.161.5371,148,337 1,487,490   82,666   34,165  J Smelter treatment���  1 Hranby Co     230,838   ��I3,340 401,931 596,25a 687,9-18     838,879   637,636   1037,544  I B.C. Copper Co.    117,611148,600163,913310,484110830     123,740   341,932    364,H50  I Dom. Cop. Co..        ���   ��33,570   30,930   84,059     3i83ii     153,439     22,66fi  I Total reduced..   348,439460,940697,404837,666982,8771,172,4301,133,0171,359.060   68,708    26,53^?  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clean, fresh and tasty;-better'.tpyeryway
than the ready made foods.
Br. Price's Baking Fowler is:specially
devised for home use, and makes home
baking easy and a delight. It ■wpVprp
tect yon from the dread alum baking
powders, which are too frequently found
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Coppor Consumption It on tho Inoroaso.
In a recent interview Adolph  Lew-
isohn expressed the following views as
to the possibility of an  early increase
in copper consumption:
The copper market is in sound con
dition.    Consumption   of   copper   in
Europe has been  very good throughout  the year.     In  this counhy. consumption in the latter part of 1907 and
Production of Coppor In Conida.
The copper production in the Dominion, computed from direct reports
from all of the producers was 53.494.-
202 lb. in 1908, compared to 46,356,-
382 lb. in 1907. The production in
1908 by districts was approximately
as follows:
Boundary  20,801.483
KoBBlanu • •    5,588,207
Ooaa* •    1>840'473
thc first half of 1908 was only moderate.. q^^o nnd Qlloboc  19,012,243
Since then there has been gradual im-j n0viv Scotia •••      122,000
provement, and 1 believe that  in
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near future consumption in this country
will be much better, and that the year
1909 will see an increased consumption
both here and in Europe. The pro
duction of copper in America will he
larger, hut I do not expect an increase
iu Europe and other countries. Stocks
in consumers' hands are small.    I'ro-
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T^hftt»*i>.h*s been a marked decrease
m^cign immigrotiqn to Canada this
yew,   Hor.the,eleven months ending
- November 50th, there was & decrease
of 144,583, or 46 -per cent, in the
immigration .to Canada as compared
fitli the ,same period last year (1907V
--Vhts decrease was entirely in the arrivals via. ocean ports, as the iinmi-
'gration from the United States regained practically the same as la**
ye^r. The Dominion (Government
should he congratulated upon the effectiveness of the measures which it look
to discourage immigration this year.
We are jr,lad to welcome desirablr
immigrants, und we have room for
such, yet at the same time it is not
-welLta have Ahem dumped upon our
Share-* svitiiQut any regard to our
capacity for employing and assimilating
them. Immigration needs regulation
•—constant, wise, and effective regu^
latjon—and we trust such will never be
Some oae has figuicd it out that the
and ; voting in the ■ house a year or
more after he had been apparently
snowed under by ah avalanch of hostile votes'.    .:'.\:-':'-"  '"■ '   ■  y" '■ ''.-.
G.,\V, .Rumberger;assumed the chair
of: the r chief' executive officer of the
city on Monday evening, and from the
business-like manner with which he
has already taken hold of civic affairs
there- is - good reason to believe that
the administration of Phoenix municipal matters during rooo will be such
as will reflect credit not only on the
Mayor but on the city itself.   ,
Those   who   predicted   an   "open
town" with the election of Mr.   Rumberger as mayor may be placed on par
with weather prophets..    The time ol
the "open town" in this part of civilisation has passed; Phoenix has had its
day with gamblers and grafters, but that
day has been buried, and Mr. Rumberger is not the man to resurect the boiies
and kindle new''life.     Amateur  civic
politicians have   been   busy forming
programs  and  combinations   for  the
benefit Of the Mayor-elect,  but Mr,
Rumberger is too shrewd and experienced a man to move too hastily, and
may be relied  upon  to  give  proper
attention  to .the  matters  which  will
confront him during the year as Mayor
of Phoenix.
With Messrs. Marshall, Rogers and
McKenzie on the city council board,
the mayor has three men experienced
in local municipal matters who should
give him,valuable assistance, while the
interest in the city's welfare displayed
by- Aid. Deane, -Hillier and Cook at the
inaugural meeting Monday evening
augurs well for them rendering the city
valuable service during 1909.
Total.  53,494,202
The above statistics are computed
on the basis of blister copper reported.
Several smelters producing matte in
Canada reported matte shipments in
excess of the blister reported by the
concerns converting their product, the
duces have moderate stocks and there | difference being explained, of course,
is a good stock of standard copper in f ^ material in transit and accumulated
England, which is needed for legitimate business. I believe the price of
copper will gradually improve, but of
course there will be reactions. I am
of opinion that .in the near lutuie there
will be an enormous increase in consumption, due to ihe electrification of
thc railroads, besides which there is a
great future for the metal in all branches
of the electrical field.
The Only First-CIass and Up-To-
Date Hotel in Phoenix. New
from cellar to roof. Best Sample
Rooms in the Boundary, Opposite
G N. Depot, Modern Bathrooms.
Steam   J-   Heated
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Of all  kill-In   promptly fUtwiule,'
lo.    Rapid Express and Bum-ao,
Tiaiiffor.   Careful uttontion to Si
orderB. Phone A06.
in stock.
At a recent meeting of the farmers
of Myncaster district, west fork, the
following were elected officers of the
Myncaster Farmers' Institute: Presi.
dent, R. VV, Taylor; vice-president,
J, R. Jackson) secretary-treasurer, C
VV. Loach ; directors, J. G.  McMynn,
D.  McBride,  A.   Pearson  and  John
Greenwood   Liquor  Co.
We furnish the trade all over the   Boundary   with
the Choicest Imported and Domestic
T  Wines, Liquors and Ggirs
As we ship direct in Carloads, we  can   make   the
prices right, and give prompt shipment.
Jas. McGreath & Co.
All kinds 0/ light and heavy /eamii^
promptly attended to;  Miners' dry ^^
ing a specialty.       ■:    :    :   :   ;  J|g||
PHONE II44 {/"^
.   Flrr, I lie and  Accident Insurance.
Qrncral Agent '.■    '   ;
■ iank Block, Phoenix, B.('
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-"cxt Duor to McRae Bros
Knob mil Avtiiue.
in American history have been
characterised by prosperity. The panic
of -37 was succeeded by the boom ot
'3&. In '49 gold was found in California. Pike's Peak was discovered in
'$9 and the mines of California opened.
In '69 tbe era of reconstruction set in
and the prosperity that followed has
never been equaled. In '76 came
another readjustment of industrial conditions p&tticuUuly in the south, and
gie*t prospetiiy followed. In "89 came
the boom that collapsed in 'cji;. In
•90 the opening up of the Klondike
and the revival of trade after the Spanish war brought anothei boom. From
every indication it now looks, as though
'09 would do its j.xut in verifying the
ttad»Uoa*> that history icptais itself.
Oa*i of ihe curiosities «< the Ameri
Ca*> |K>!it»cal s>*stcm is that a man ma\
sull be a factor in the am-eminent of
»iw. eousury iftsr he Hj»s b<*'M> <igr-il"yj
t^pudiated !>y the peopli*. A p-x sident
%rbo goes. d.»wn to defeu icnuins the
Chief ewcuuve of the anion for three
aiooths   theu-after.    A   a..njgrtssjrawl
Th* N«it Cans-it
* Two of the most important even's
of the new parliament will be the taking of the census of 1911, and the
redistribution of the constituencies
according to the census. For the first
time the large increase of population
due to the immigration of the last
decade will be shown in the census,
and in the division of political power.
The census of .1901 gave west—between Ontario and the Rocky mountains—a population of 4*9,51 a. The
special census of 1906 showed a population of 808,863. 'We may estimate
ihe population■■ of today at a million
and a quarter. This, taking the unit
of representation at 25,000, would give
the'prairie provinces a representation
ol . twenty-seven. British Columbia
will have twelve instead of seven, and
there may bean even larger increase in
this province, the development of
which ..'has'-i.only begun. When the
stream of fnimigation once sets in, it
will be difficult to set bounds to the
growth of British Columbia,
We may look forward, therefore, to
the parliament elected four or five
years hence containing sixty or seventy
members from the west, between the
Red river and the Pacific ocean. The
election will mark an epoch in the history of the country for the house of
'commons will for the first time contain
a western contingent numerous enough
jto convey some idea of the immense
extent and resources or the country—
n>t ade<ju.Veide3, but only a promise
of what is .coming.. In the not very
distant future the country west of the
great 'lakes.witt elect as many representatives as the country to the east.
Probable  Copper   Production
and Earnings of Company.
The Granby plant is now capable of
treating 3000 to 3500 tons of ore daily,
or 1,225,000 tons annually. An average
yield of 23 pounds of copper to the
ton from such an ore output would
amount to 28,175,000 pounds of copper
annually, says the Boston Commercial. A change made recently to
one of its furnaces, the object of
which was to increase its capacity, has
not been giving as good results as at
first expected. This furnace is being
run experimentally, however, and if it
does as good work as expected after it
has been thoroughly adjusted, it will
enable the company to further increase
its smelting capacity 25% by a very
small outlay. '   '       X''  :" "."
In the past the Granby smelter has
never run to its full .capacity continu.
ously for any great length of time.
For a long time its supply of fuel was
interrupted frequently, and later on
was forced to shut down because of
labor troubles, and again recently as a
result of the bad forest fires in the
vicinity of the mine which burned up
the wooden trestles of the Great Northern and Canadian Pacific railroads,
which operated between its mine and
smelter and hauled its ore and fuel.
It is the belief of the management
that there will be no recurrence of
these, difficulties, and that the mine
can bb depended on to produce regularly in the future up to practically
the full capacity of the smelter.
When Granby Consolidated j: reduces 28,060,000 to 30,000,000 pounds
of copj.er, we believe its cost will be 9
cents per pound at a 15 cent copper
market would give it $i,6So,ooo annually, or better than $i 1 per share on
a capitalization of $15,000,000, this
being the capitalization which it will
have after it has made full payment
for the Crows Nest Pass Coal company,
a majority of whose stock it purchased
a year or so ago.
We would prefer Granby Consolidated stock as an investment to tbrother stock mentioned. We do not
feel inclined to advise you to use undue haste in purchasing any stock at
the present time, as it is quite probable
that most investment stocks will be
lower between now and the end of
next month.
The Peruna Almaaae.
The druggists have already been supplied with the Peruna almanac for
1909. In addition to the regular
astronimical matter usually furnished
in almanacs, the articles on astrology
are very attractive to most people.
The mental characteristics of each sign
are given with faithful accuracy. A
list of lucky and unlucky days will be
furnished to those who have our almanacs, free of charge. Address The
Peruna Co., Columbus, Ohio.
35  Horses,   Full   Lively   Equipment.
Have taken   over  the  Lumber .Yard
and will carry  a  full  stock.
Phoknix, B, $fy
Matthew's Barber She
Prompt Attention to   orders,
at any hour of day or night.
s. H. and E. F.. NO. 47;
Meets  every   WRDNKSDAY  Kvtnlm   £lM^r
Scanriinn-iati Hall, Old Irnn»'det ir», '*S^^S
Visiting brethien cordially weK-ont-,       f'P'OJ^B
"   KP. >VHNSTKOM, PresU. ^#^^
A. O. JOHNSTOV,Tin. ft,, > ™^*^
wood in   any  quantity / \ PHOENIX NEST  >   OBPEK OF OVLj
Hill Ave.        (phoned       Phoenix, B. C.
Bustar's Philosophy.—
That whereas the relations between
ma and myself are strained, it is necessary to appoint" an arbitration committee. Say ! Ma fanned that place
\ until I couldn't feel at all. I can't see
that lickings are making me a better
boy. I don't seem to improve. I
guess I must have a dislocation of my
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You owe it to your own community
to buy y.niT goods from your home
merchant and stand by Phoenix busi
ttess men. You can always find the
announcements of -representative bust
ne$5 men in thcsR columns—men who
♦■all stand back of every statement and
Leading Hotel of Boundary'* leidlnj
Minis' Cine
Hotel Balmoral
Pueatx Railway Timetable.
C.   P.   R.
Leaves for Eholt and Nelson, 2.20 p.m.
Arrives     .. .. ..    5.00 p.m
Leaves for Grand Forks and
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Sood Sample Room*.
Corner Knob Hill Ava., and First St.,
PHOKND', B. C.';:
j. a monaster
' "■ J* Proprietor.
Meets every Thursday K ira
iNO.at Miners' Onion H1&
If you are thinking of building or
require building material of any kind
—lumber, shingles, lime, brick—call
on me for figures. Phone A 44. C
A. Ross.
Misery   from   an   Upset
Stomach Vanishes five
minutes later.
Why not start now-—today, and foi-
ever rid yourself of Stomach trouble
and indigestion? A dieted stomach
gets the blues and grumbles. Give it
a good eat, then take Pape's Diapepsin
to start the digestive juices working;
There will be no dvspeysia or belching
of Gas or eructations of undigested
food* no feeling like a lump of lead in
the stomach or heartburn, sick headache or Dizriness, and your food will
not ferment and poison your breath
with nauseous odors.
Pape's Diapepsin costs only 50 cents
for a large case at any drug store here,
and will relieve the most obstinate case!
of Indigestion and Upset Stomach in
five mir.utes.
There is nothing else better to take
Gas from Stomach and cleanse the
stomach and intestines, and besides,
one triangule will digest and prepate
for assimilation into the blood all your
food the same as a sound, healthy
stomach would do it.
When Diapepsin works, your stomach rests—Rets itself in order, cleans
up—and then you feel like eating when
you come to the table, and what you
eat will do you good.
Absolute relief from all Stomach
Miser)* is waiting for you as soon as
vou decide to begin taking Diapepsin.
Tell your druggist that you want Pape's
Diapepsin, because you want to be
thoroughly cured of Indigestion.
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Dealers In Live Stock Pork Packer*
Markets in B. C, Afl>ett» and Yukon
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A. F. and A. M.
Regular communication S p. m.
ond Thursday of each month.
Emergent meetings aacalled;Mi>
Half, McHale Block.
.      SecretarT.
I, O. O. F,
Ueeta every Monday B-renlng  at Minero'
'lilting brethren cordially invited.
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love loses its lustre and gold is bat dross.
Womanly health when lost or impaired may feoeraTly be
retained by the use of Dr. Pierce** Favorite Prescription.
TbJs PreseripttoB has, for <t»re"» -30 y*ajr&,
Aeea coring rfe/icafe, vrcaa, palB.wrac&etl
women, by the hundreds of thwrsaada
mad this too to the prirocy of their homes
Wtthoot their harina t» submit to iadell.
eate ooesrioDinis aard ofteznirelr r*pasi-
aaot examination*.
Sack women, are invited to ooosolt Dr. Pierce by letter frer.
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There is no sample bus-  .t^ *"
We  show   you   the goods ]    \"J|
suits are made of. >■   r».
There  is  a  great   difference bel*M^
Tailor and Factory-made clo'rC
We cannot introduce surgery- ,nt0 J^,,
uilonnR, but we can cut the;;j|)
ments so that bow legs, fi-1* c '\lgM
long necks, etc., won't be so -j^
in evidence. Our tailoring <
so little more than read) ^
that it is no  longer necessiO
wear hand-me-downs. '
.MERCHANT TM-> #f <  1  ��is?  1  0?  THE) PHOENIX PIONEER.  '" AND rtv.v_  Cold-Sores  Are your hands chapped, cracked,  or sore? Hove yon "sold cracks"i  which open and bided when the skin is  drawn eight.? Have you a cold sore,  ,'frosfc bite, chilblains, or * "raw"]  place, which at. times makes it agony  -for you to go about, your household  Idulies ? If so, ��am- duk will give you'  relief, and will heal t>he frost-damaged  ���kin. Anoint, the sore pla ,es at nijjnt.  Zam-Buk's rich healing essences will  'sink into the wounds, end the smart  ing, and will heal quickly.  Read this Lady's Experience.  Mrs. Yi-llen, of Porlluml, suy��:���  "I consider it only my dtttv to tell you  of tho great benefit I hiivo ciflrived from  Zam-Buk. My IiuiuIh wore so Boro unci  cnickod that it wai ugouy to put them  near wuter. When I did so tlioy would  ���uiurt und burn an if I had Moulded thorn.  I seemed Quite U'tahlo t > Hot, rwlief from  tinythitiK 1 put on ihntn until I tried  Ziim-Buk and it nucooi'dod wiion till clso  hud failed. It clonud tlio Iii-; crack-  Kave uio ease, soothed (ho itiflttuiiiintt-<n,  and in a very short time liealod my  hands completely. It is u -vondorful  healer und should bo in every homo."  Zttm-Iluk (lino cum chattily, riulirn winter  eexema. I'llr*. uterrt. fnttrrlrfi torn, turt html* ,iml  Inicks, iibMCrmm, niniiitr*. ring-worm, etc, cut*,  burnt, brulnen. Maid*. njinitiix. Until in nn rmhro-  attlon. it currt rheumatism nelntiea, iiriinilfilii.  etc. Of nil liruifjUln .mil hi or en, or i>ost fire from  the '/.nni-ttnk Co. Toronto. Prlee CO c. a bor  1 lor SIM.  amBuk  BOUNDARY & KOOTENAY 1909 ORE RECORD  Snlpaenis and Smeller Receipts Ftr Year lo  Date.  Ore shipments from the various  mines of Boundary and Kootenay, and  the receipts of ore at the smelters ol  Southeastern British Columbia for last  week and for 1909 to date are as  follows:  SHIPMENTS. WEEK. YEAR.  Boundary 12.653       49.2��'  Rossland..       1,191 6,180  East Columbia River   1,640 5,406  Total. . .. 15,484  SMELTER    RECEIPTS���  Granby.   B.C. Copper Co. . .  Trail.....   Northport (LeRoi);  Total     .   .  9.87i  4072  1.333  895  60,790  32,653  14,240  9,Sz7  2,078  16,171      58,798  The matte plant at the Trail smnlte-  was. dt-stmyed by fire a few dnjs ago  COPPER  HANDBOOK  (New Edlion Issued March, 1908.)  SIZE: Octivo.  I'ACiES:   1228.  CHAPTERS:   25.  SCOPE: The Copper Industry of  the World.  COVERING: Copper History, Geology, Geography, Chemistry, Mineralogy, Mining, Milling, Leaching,  Smelting, Refining, Btanas, Grades,  Impurities, Alloys, Uses, Substitutes,  Terminology, Deposits by Districts,  States, Countries and Continents,  Mines in Detail, Statistics of Production, Consumption, Imports, Exports,  Finances, Dividends, etc.  The Copper Handbook is conced-  edly the  World's Standard Reference  Book on Copper.  THK MINER needs the books for  the facts it gives him regarding Geology, Mining, Copper Deposits and  Copper Mines.  THE METALLURGIST needs the  book for the facts it gives him regarding copper milling, leaching, smelting  and refining.  THE COPPER CONSUMER  needs the book for every chapter it  contains. It tells what, and explains  how and why.  THE INTESTOR IN COPPER  SHARES cannot afford to be without  it. The Copper Handbook gives  statistics and general information on  one hand, with thousands of detailed  mine descriptions on the other, covering the copper mines of the entire  world, and the 40 pages of condensed  statistical tables alone are worth more  than the price of the book to each and  every owner of copper mining shares.  PRICE: $5.00 in buckram with  gilt top, or $7.50 in full library  morocco.  TERMS: The most liberal. Send  no money, but order the book sent  you, all carriage charges prepaid, on  one week's approval, to be returned if  unsatisfactory, or paid for if it suits.  Can you afford not to see the book  and judge for yourself of its value to  you?  WRITE NOW to the editor and  publisher.  Horace J. Stevens  39,  Shelden Building, Houghton  Mich., U.S.A.  PROVINCIAL.  A Masonic lodge was instituted at  Moyie last week.  Rossland's winter carnival opens on  Tuesday, Feh. 2nd.  Kaslo's new skating rink is to be  completed in a few days.  The Imperial bank will build a  commodius ouilding at Cranbrook this  year.  James Highworden was found in the  bathroom of his home at Foit Steele  frozen to death.  A syndicate is being formed in  Revelstoke to operate a motor bus and  street car service.  Weekly bank clearings of Vancouver  show an increase of nearly a million  dollars over a corresponding period of  last year.  Rev. J. D. Gillan of North Vancouver has been elected modeiator of  tlie general assembly of the Presby.  terian church.  W. W. Forrester of New Westminster has been awarded the $200,000  contract to construct the public improvements at Prince Rupert.  Work has been commenced on a  new asylum for the insane, on a thousand-acre tract of land near New Westminster, being established by the British Columbia Government,  During the past five months 140J  sections of timber, located on the west  coast of Vancouver island, I ave been  transferred, through.a Victoria agency.  The Purchasers are American capitalists interested in the lumber business.  A C P.R. freight enuine jumped  the rail- at Thiee Valley lake, re>r  Reye stoke, on Thursday < flast week,  plunging down a steep embankment  int.) the lake, and carrying to death  Engneer J. Cou-jh in and Firtm n  Jameson, both of Kamloops.  The Cranbrook Herald learns on  good authority that the Kootenay  Central railway will be completed  during the present year, and that it is  the intention of the C.P.R. to ship all  Southern Alberta grain over this road  to Vancouver, from which port it will  be shipped round the horn to Europe.  The novel sight of a town-being  moved bodily to a new site will be  witnessed when the C.P.R. begins  putting into effect its regrade scheme  on the Crow line next sumn.er. The  right-of-way has been purchased and in  the spring the town of Cawley will be  moved two miles south of its present  location, the railway company bearing  the expense.  B. C Clvlo Elections  CRANHKOOJC  Mayor���J. P. Fink, by acclamation.  Aldermen���P. Deverre Hunt, Joseph Jackson, J. B. Henderson, James  Ryan, V. H. Baker, George Johnston.  FEKNIK  Mayor���SI*erwood Herchmer 200,  L. P. Eckstein 113.  Aldermen���J. Duttie, L. McDonald,  A. Cree, G. Barkley, J. L. Gates, J. F.  Johnston.  VKRNON  Mayor���R. W. Timmins 244, H.  VV. Knight 132.  Aldermen���Y;. M. Aljen, C. F.  Costerton, J. W. Glover, HJ W(. Husband, H. A. Perry, J. Sheers.  KELOWNA  Mayor���F. R- Pphart, ' 3,P, F- Buck  land 99.  Aldermen���A. Cox,''Dr. Gaddes, T.  VV.   Sterling,   A.  E,   Burnett,   S.  T.'  Elliott1'    1,i  TRAIL  Mayor���G. F, Weir, acclamation.  Aldermen���E. Harkness, D. Gillis,  M. B. Dolan, A. N. Skill, F. E. Docker-  ill, J. F. Robillard.  CHILL1WACK  Mayor���S. A. Cawley, acclamation.  Aldermen���H. H. Garvan, Thomas  Jackson, W. H. Helens and J.  Men-  zies, .��. ���-���  A   large  consignment  of Bourbon  whiskies just received at the Brooklyn  ���"Jessie   Moore,"  "Old   Kentucky"  and "Private Stock," ail famed Ameri  can whiskies.  SIMPLE RECIPE  iiM RHEUMATISM  New C.P.R. Steamer on Coast.  The Princess Charlotte, steamship  de luxe of the C.P.R. fleet, the finest  and probahly the speediest, craft in  Pacific waters, is now plying between  Victoria and Vancouver, on which  run she will remain until spring, when  she will alternate with the Princess  Victoria in opposed direction between  Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle.  Built at Glasgow, Scotland, at a cost  of about $700,000, the Princess Charlotte is the embodiment of the latest  ideas, perfected practice, and designed  in one of the most famous shipbuilding  yards in the world.  The Princess Charlotte is 340 feet  in length, and 46 feet wide, and is  licensed to carry 1500 passengers.  SpJ endidRecipefor Home  Made  Rheumatism  and Kidney Cure  To relieve the worst forms of Rheumatism, take a teaspodnful of the following mixture after each meal and at  bedtime:   ���  Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half  ounce; Compound Kargon, one ounce;  Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three  ounces.  These harmless ingredients can be  obtained from our home druggists, and  are easily mixed by shaking them well  in a bottle. Relief is generally felt  from the first few doses.  This prescription forces the clogged-  up, inactive kidneys to filter and strain  from the blood the poisonous waste  matter and uric acid, which causes  Rheumatism.  As Rheumatism is not only the most  painful and torturous disease, but dangerous to life, this simple recipe will  no doubt be greatly valued; by many  sufferers here at home, who^ should at  once prepare the mixture to get this  relief.  It is said that a person who would  takethis prescription regularly, a dose  or two daily, or even a few times a  week, would never have serious Kidney  or Urinary disorders  or   Rheumatism.  Cut this put and^preserve it. .Good  Rheumatism prescriptions which really  relieve are scarce, indeed, and whtn  you need it, you want it badly.  The Kootenay Belle mine on Sheep  creek has produced 14 gold bricks  since last June.  The Maestro at Ainsworlh has  shipped eighty tons of high-grade during the past month.  A recent assay of ore from the Independence claim, Mother Lode, group  near Nelson, ran $295 to the ton.  It is expected that the Sullivan Min.  ing company will be reorganized and  operations resumed at the mine and  the Marysville smelter in a short.  Development of the 15-foot vein of  coal on Nine Mile creek has begun  with a drift of 200 feet to determine  the thickness and quality of the ore.  The Nelson and Slocan Development company are preparing to rawhide a large tonnage of ore from the  Pontiac at the head of Woodbury  creek.  For the purpose of taking over the  Kootenay Chief and Comfort mining  claims near Kootenay Lake, J. A.  Whittier and Louis Pratt have organized the Kootenay Chief Mines, Ltd.,  with a capital stock of $500,000, shares  at $5 par value. The head office of  company is at Kaslo.  A strike of 30 inches of 5 per cent  copper ore is reported from the Cham-  onix property in the Ymir district.  The ore was found in the face of a 90-  ft. crosscut, and at a \ertical depth of  about 60 feet. Development work has  been discontinued by the owners, residents of Vancouver, but in the spring  a lower tunnel will be driven to cut the  ore at a depth of about 200 feet.  Advertising British Columbia.  After a ten week's trip to the Old  Country, Hon. R. G. Tatlow, minister  of finance for British Columbia, returned last week. He is intensely  pleased with the results of his tour,  which was to make British Columbia  better known and advertised in the  United Kingdom from what he saw  and heard during his wanderings he  is sure that the Sunset province is  occupying more attention in the public  eoe than other provinces of the Dominion.  I     cc  Lto  tasnex  Ask any fair-minded doctor and he will tell you that iolden seal, cubebs and oil of copaiba (contained  Pe-ru-na) arc valuable remcdl-ss in the treatment of catarrhal diseases.    And every honest doctor will  concede that cotllnson!a canadensis, corydalls formosa  and cedron seed (contained In Pe-ru-na) are  tonic remedies of high value.   With this opinion all the leading medical text books agree. '  ���J*.:...-���**T*1 ~~ --     - - ���   -  Ask your Druggist for a Free Peruna Almanac for 1909  C. J. Bunbury, the new chief constable in the Boundary, has arrived  with his wife and family at Greenwood,  where he will make his  headquarters  Halcyon Hoi Sprin-gs,,,  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  U*j"k_Thc mom perfectly appointed Healir  and r-leaaurc Resort In the Went, with a com  pletesystem of Hatha���including Turki��h anr  Kuaaiati. Oueu Ihe year round. The curatlv  propertied of ta waters're uuequuled.  For Curing all Rheumatic. Nervout and Muc  -ularTroubie- ,  ���  For Heal-iig all Kidney, Liver and Stomacl  tilmeuts.  For Eliminating all Mt����Ui��PoUoua from the  <yatem  The grandeur ot ihe acenery la unrivalled  Mountains, snow peak a, forests. lakes,wntcrfalls,  ooatlug, yachtina;, fishing, shooting, excursions  lto  tennis,  ���nildn  i winter cllmntr   is ao��nrpa��sed  foi  HARRY UclNrOSH,  Ptr>r��-i(tt.  J Church Services Tomorrow t  Methodist���Service every ' Sunday  evening at 7.30; Sunday School at 2.30  p.m.; choir practice Friday evening  7.30; Geo E. Strachan.  St. Andrews' Presbyterian Church  Preaching Service tomorrow at  7:30 p. m. Sunday school and Bible  class at 2:3c p.m. A cordial welcome  to all.    Rev.   Samuel   Lundie, Pastor  . Catholic���Church of Our Lady 01  the Good Counsel.���������Divine Service  every 2nd and 4th Sunday of each  month. Holy Mass, 10 a.m. Sunday  School, 2:30 p.m. Vespers and Bene  -JictidnT 7:30 p.m. Father J. A.  Bedard. O.M.I. Pastor  JOHN APPLEBY,  BUILDER   AND  CONTRACTOR  DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF BUILDING   MATERIAL  SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL  KINDS OF SHOP AND REPAIR WORK  OFFICE AND SHOP,  P.O.  BOX  NO.   J 48  IRONSIDES AVENUE  AND THIRD STKEET  -      -       - 'PHONE 56  Founded 1892���Incorporated 1893.  NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C.  Provide a Christian home tor ntud  ���ntfl of both sexes at moderate rat.ep  Haa a preparatory clasB for junior students, doing grade public, school work  Does high school work, confers all high  school privileges, and prepares for teachers' examinations. Teaches all brahchef  of a Practical Business Course and givet  Diplomas. Gives a liberal education in  ita Collegiato Course and in the Ladies'  Course for M.E.L. and M.L.A. In University work, can take students through  the complete Arts Course, and the degree of B.A. can be obtained from Toronto University, which the college is in  hit affiliation.  For fullftr information and terms writf  Rev. W. J. 8ipperell, B.A., B.D .Prinoi.  pal;or Rev. J. F. Bowel!, Btureur.  CANADIAN  ANNUAL  Eastern Canada  Excursions  Low Round Trip Rates to  ONTARIO, QUEBEC AND  MARITDVIE PROVINCES  Tickets     ipsued    in     connection    with  Steamship Business will he on sale front  Nov.   21,  and   limited   to   five  months  from date of issue.  FINEST    EQUIPMENT.       STANDARD    FIRST-  CLASS   SLEEPING  AND   TOURIST  CARS   ON  ALL THROUGH TRAINS.  2 Through Express Trains Dairy  i  THE "TORONTO EXPRESS"  LeaveB Winnipeg daily at 22.10, makinj;  connections  at  Toronto  for all   point a  east and west thereof.  Apply to nearest C. P. R. Agent foe full  information.  D. J. Matheson  3niurance agent  HDEL1TY     BONDS.  FIRK,       LIFE  ANH  ACCIDENT.  PLATE    GLASS  COJtf.VIIS-MO.VRR    FOR    TAKING    AFFIDAVITS  PHOENIX,   B.C.  Phoenix Livery  e +  Dominion Ave., Near City Hall  ***�� PHOENIX, B. C �������  Carriages and Other Riiis 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 Shared th< Pubtte Pattonag* SoUcHe-t  'PHONE 3 7  I DEANE'S HOTEL !  %   DANNY DEANE, Proprietor. ������ %  SI This is the Largest and Newest Hotel in the city, heate'd by   3t.  fc  2 il. i   ^ > \>  ��g-   hot water and  well furnished throughout for the accommodation   ^l r  ~-   of the public.    Everything   Neat,   Clean  and Up-to-Date.    Meals   -*�� j f  am*** . ���~^~~~~~~~���������-���������     -^aa>        ^  m*-   served at all hours, special attention being given the  Diningroom.   ^X} r\  5*-* ; : ~~ 3  1.5  ��S-- Centrally  Located on  the Bridge,  Fifth  Street,  Phoenix.    .���-     2 V'  SZ     STEAM   HEATED. ELECTRIC   LIGHTING. TELEPHONE   48.    3'  iiUiUiUiUJUUiUiUlululUiUiiUlUiUiulUiUiUlliiUiUiUiUR i  PHoenix  Beer  Pure and wholesome.     Cold and as bracing in its  coolness as a breeze from the North in Summer.  Is Recognized  by all   aa the  BEST BEER IN THE BOUNDARY.  WHY?   Because itB manufacturers employ all of their energy'-to  the  turning out ol a perfect Beer  from  the best materials  obtainable.  ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL ICE,  ETC.  PHONE 23  Phoenix   Brewing    Go.  Tllli  AMERICAN MINING REVIEW  KST A I1I.IS IIKI>     IN      I *!><*..  THE   MOST  PRACTICAL  TUNERS'  PAPER   IN   THE   WORLIX_��_��  mmamaaaaaaaawimiamjammmmamammmmaammugmaamaamammmMmamMtammmaamamMmam  It gives all the Important Mining News, and every issue contains valuable  Special Articles, well illustrated, on subjects of veal practical interest to  the every-day" mining man. : : :  NOT TOO TECHNICAL BUT JUST RIGHT.  #3   PKR   YBAR-SAMl'IiB   ON    KEQUKST.  Publishediovery, Saturday at Los Angeles, California.  COMFORT & QUALITY  IN   FOOTWEAR  Protect  your health   by  protecting   your  feet���our:  Shoes are corn and   bunion electors.    Let  us make  your  shoes   to  measure,  and  you   will'have   com-:  forfort in wearing shoes-.   Satisfaction Guaranteed.  Large Stock  of fine  BOOTS   AND SHOES,  RUBBERS, etc, to select from.    .    .    .    .  MINERS' BOOTS,   MITTS   AND  GLOVES ARE SPECIALTIES.  PHOENIX SHOE SHOP  am A. T. TURANO,'Proprietor.  ^^!^���^>>g^��-^^^^^^^)t����^���>6���^*���^��^g'#>��^  BOUNDARY  DIVIDENDS.  NAMB OP  COMPANY.  JH,C. Copper Co ���copper   JCariboo-McKiuiiey���gold   fConsol. M. & S.���gold-copper.  IJOranby Consolidated���copper.  F ProTldence���allver .-  AUTHOR-    |  IZKD !  CAPITA*.  DIV-DRKDS.  $3,000,000  I,]50,0OO  5,500,000  15,000,000  100,000  Issued  503,000  1,750,000  53.55'  135,000  31,000  Parj  i"  tot-  *' j.  Jtooj..  floo  Paid  1908  Total  to Da te  Latest  Date  ��5  540,000  Jaoi.aoo Sept. 1907  546,8371 Feb. 1904  781,885 N'ov,ioo7.  3,508,630! Dec. 1908  38,3i4|s��pt. 1906  A. nit  Per  Sh.  .40  .04  i.aj  2.00  ���5"  A^ftftlftlltfyjftflflft^^  rjzZK'jei^rsv PHOENIX PIONEER.  m  mm  Elm-���'/.-���; ,!,.'���.  III  Jf  '"Si ������  mi  1-  If;  1��  I  ������te!  at"  -I-  Vi  ft  IfLl  i;  -���'I?  ��  I  I.  ;r  I*  It',  fill--  .'1  $'  1*2-  ;t��   ���  I:  FOR CHAPS  FROST BITE, AFTER SHAVE, TO CLEANSE AND  SOFTEN "THE SKIN, PRESERVE AND BEAUTIFY  THE COMPLEXION, WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE  OF THE BEST PREPARATIONS. WE RECOMMEND THE  FOLLOWING:  HIND'S HONEY & ALMOND CREAM  SEELEY'S CREAM OF VIOLETS  STEARN'S EDELWEISS OREAM  "It's Pine"���after shave  (: ��� Cold Crkam���in Pots, Tubes and Half-pound Tins  In and Around Phoenix  I1UIKK   TOPICS  OK   LOCAL   AND  OKNKRAI. ^,  J* 1NT1CRKST  TO   PHOKNICIANS. ^  is off on a business  LOVE'S DRUG STORE  ��� .,,,.. ,,,,.,, ..mxma-*^^  ��� The very best books and other reading "just out"���jusl ,n-  It's worth while to call and look over our specially selected  ������copyrights." Books are unalterable friends; fill leasure  hours profitably; knowledge ia power, for adornment and use.  magazines and Newspapers  We receive all popular magazines and newspapers regularly.  Call and have a look at xiur selection; if we have not got the  magazine.you. wish,  we  will  procure it for you.  McRAE    BROS.  KJwamwww ww wy wm wvwv**������ krw w��t yvvMVM  WW W*W tTM ��W W*W WV WW WM  THE  EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK  Employs a system which makes it  it easy for its out-of-town depositors  to   open     accounts    and     transact  business   by   mail   with   any  of  its  ol  EI��TY-WE BRANCH OFFICES  DETAILED  INFORMATION  FURNISHED ON  REQUEST.  51  CIGARS AND TOBACCOS  .. �� ;  , The smokinR habit is not such a bad habit if you smoke  T   .'     -Tuckett-s Club Special "; the cigar worth while.    A big two  bits worth at half the money.    We keep many other choice  brands, also finest lines"of cigarettes, tobaccos, pipes, etc.  STATIONERY, INK, ETC.  Out line of Stationery was never more complete. We have  a select stock of papeteries, linens and woves, also a complete line of paper in pads, ruled or plain, any quality and  price. Our stock of Inks, Pens, Pencils, Muscelage, Blank  Books, etc., is also complete.  AL PIMVTPOM.. Lower Town  D. J. Matheson  ,3n0urauce agent  (IDRL1TY    BONDS.       ��������������������������������-  COMMM4IONKR    KOR    T\KING    AFFIDAVITS  PHOENIX,  FIttK,       I.1PK  aCCIDKNT.  PI..VTK    GLASS  j_s�� v^��  nnua  Winter  Ca rn i vaI  SPLENDID  SPORT  MJN&SOME  TJsopiriES  ^NDJWIZES  fraas Tuesday ciRtt  ��ttlH Satirriay 8tg&t  UNDER   THK  AUSPIGKS- OK  THE CITIZENS OF  ROSSLAND  DASItL THOMAS ...  ���. Pres-ok^  FEBRUARY 2 le 6/09  t-m�� Inform A'xtiMt apm-y t\>  P. CRANEY,  '. 8��*r. Sarv  HOCKEY  Championship of B.C.  Ski Jumping  Championship of  Canada  Snowshoe  Races  Ohftrapkttv-  ship ol B U  Skating  '"hftmpton.ihip of the  l*rovince  TOBtXHSAXlNG  CURLING  BONSPIEL  HORSE RACES  AND OTHER  EVENTS  MASQUER *OE AND  BJWE  QOQ�� fCIiSK  John Love returned from Hedley on  Saturday.  Pane Boyles returned from Spokane  on Saturday.  Sowing machine for sale cheap, at  Stem winder hotel.  Get "the ,h.ihit���ask   for  Boundary  ci^ar' Havana tilled.  Before  buying  your furniture else-  .where, call on R. I.Gardner.  Always  the  best, now  better than  ever; select the Boundary cigar.  Rev. G. 12.'Strachan was in Spokane  tins week hearing "Billy" Sunday.  U,l,, Melntominey will leave shortly  ���.in an extended trip to the coast.  Tax-Collector Kirkup of Rossland  was in camp for a few days this  week.  It is not the name that makes the  Boundary cigar the best, it is the  quality.  T. Bean, nf the local C. P. R. staff  returned on Tuesday from a month's  trip in Ontario.  Wanted���Two good kittens lor the  Big Store j will pay $i.oo each ; Hunter-Kendrick Co. Ltd.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, will be at his  Phoenix office, bank block, Feb. io to  13th.    Phone A. r8.  Avoid colds and coughs by wearing  one of our chamois vests or protectors;  all prices.    Love's Drug Store.  The June Elan entertainment in the  opera house on Tuesday evening, reproduced, was not a success financially.  P. F Roosa, T. Richards, W. F.  Lord and W. Murray of the Boundary  Falls smelter, were guests at the Hotel  Brooklyn on Tuesday.  Mrs. Mason of Greenwood has  opened up a home bakery at the Stem-  winder hotel. The patronage of citizens generally solicited.  If you are needing anything in the  line of furniture, either in the medium  or better lines, call and.see us before  buying elsewhere���At N. Binns' old  stand���0. F. Edwards.  "In the matter of tea," perhaps you  think you are being served as well as  you can be, but have you tasted "Sal-  ada" Tea. It's the purest and most  delicious tea in the world. All grocers  sell it.        .  The Canadian Pacific railway company are running special Christmas ex-  cursibns to eastern Canada from Dec  1 to Dec. 31 at special, Tates,good:.to  retunr'with'in three months from the  date of purchase.  The weather has been more lenient  during the past week and zero weather  has passed over. The days have been  bright and mild, the temperature rang  ing from 15 to 45 above zero. The  ice at the rink on Thursday was too  soft for skating. The snowfall in  Phoenix this winter has been unusually  light.  Col. R.T. Lowery of the Greenwood  Ledge was in town on Tuesday and  gave us a fraternal call. The genial  colonel enjoys the ozone of the higher  altitude and was cordially received by  his many old friends in Phoenix. He  reports business improving in the city  of smelter smoke.  Joseph Ingram, the Great Northern  agent at Bridesyille who had the hold  up experience a few weeks ago, was in  town this week visiting his parents.  W. Sherman, agent at Molson, accompanied Mr. Ingram to see him safety  through Midway. Both keep themselves armed to the shoulders and give  graphic accounts of what is going'to  happen if any more hold up men show  their faces in the vicinity of Bridesville  or Molson.  Curling has been going along merrily  during the past week, the feature of  which were the defeats of Skips Sherbino and Reeves, each of whom lost  his first game in the Pither-Leiser competition. Skip Campbell heads the  only rink which has not had a loss,  and has five wins to his credit.  P. \V. George topped the list for wins  during the week, adding three games  to his list of successes and jumped  from eighth to fourth place in the  competition average. The Marshal!  quartette still clinfi, to thc cellar  position.  The boxing and wrestling matches in  the opera house on Thursday drew a  big audience. The event of the evening was the contest with the gloves between Will Biner and Harry Wigman,  but it was of shprt duration; it ju*t  took Biner a round wd a half to settle  the affair, which he did with but little  exertion. Wigman received a telling  blow to the heart in the first round.  In the wrestling match honors were  about even, Frank Ellard having the  strength while Jack Calder had considerable science. Bob Pritchard and  Pat Casey furnished preliminaries.  Shots at Passing Shadows  J. D. McLean  trip to Nelson.  Judge Hood left on Wednesday on  a trip to the coast.  The Boundary cigar is  made from  long, clear Havana fillers.  Oyster cocktails at the' Brooklyn  bar-���oysters  fresh daily.  For fale or rent���-l'hoenix Baksry:  apply to VV. J. Prendergast.  Dry wood in car lots. Apply to  J. Trombley, Phoenix, B. C.  Judge Williams was calling on friends  in the smelter city this week.     ���  Aid. Marshall and Mrs. Marshall  spent Tuesday in Grand Forks.  Mayor Rumberger left on Thursday  on a business trip to Regina, Sask.  P. II. Burnham, district freight and  passenger ag'*nt, is in town today.  The next meeting of the city council  will be held on Wednesday, Feb.  3rd.  J ohn Robinson and son left for  Nelson on Saturday where they will  reside.  VV. McCurdy, recently from Scotland, is on-a visit to his friend W. K.  Hyslop  G M. Gemmill left Thursday for  Hedley to take charge of John Love's  drug store at that point.  Mince meat, lean hams and bacon,  all Canadian product���P. Burns & Co.,  at very reasonable prices.  Do you want to quit shivering and  shaking eveiy time you go out? If so  we can help you.    Love's Drug Store.  The S. H. & E. F. Society will give  a dance in their hall this (Saturday)  evening. Good ' music has been  secuied.  W. B. Cochrane, police magistrate,  and A. B. Hood, manager of the  EasternTownships bank, Grand Forks  were in .town Saturday on business.  Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Dickson entertained a number of their friends on  Sunday evening, the occasion being  the third anniversary of their marriage.  A high-class program of moving  pictures will be given in ; the opera  house tonight. Moving picture of the  far famed passion play will be given on  Sunday evening.    Admission 25.   ;;-  Miss Mabel Broughton of Grand  Forks.,was,in.town for a few days this  week soliciting subscriptions for the  Spokesman-Review*) having entered one  of thecontestsbeing conducted by that  enterprising daily.''*-  '"���'VV. H. Docksteader has been elected school trustee to fill the;-: vacancy  caused by the resignation of J. G. McKeown. The board is now composed  of G. D. Turner, V. M. Sherbino and  W  H. Docksteader.  George McCartney, local superin  tendent ofthe B.C. Telephone com  pany, was in town from Nelson this  week. Mr. McCartney is looking over  the company's lines in the Boundary  with a view of spending much money in  improvements early in the spring. It  is the intention to install a new system  at Grand Forks  Jack McLean reports progress at  Nelson; he wants the band to be in  readiness.  *  Constant Reader���Yes, Mr. Matthews is an excellent instructor on  dancing but only accepts a limited  number of pupils.  Carrie Nation is gone but  not  forgotten.  Enquirer���No, A. McQueen isn't a  telephone expert, though he has given  it considerable study; he  is  a  man.  ��  The shock almost killed mother, but  Peady is still lively.  l'hoenix Railway Timetable.  C.   P.   K.  Leaves lor ISholtand Nelson, 2.20 p.m.  Arrives     .. ������ ������     5-���� P-m  CK1CAT  NORTUBRN.  Leaves for Grand Forks and  Spokane .. ������     8.55 a.m  Arrives    .. ������ ������     6.30 p.m  NOTICE.  "������SHOOT THK PIF.CK"  Story of high life, present day ; edited  by T. Roderick and illustrated by L.  Bimie; hero, 12. Jackson.  In tho ivialter of the Land .Ro-r.it*try  Ai-.t und in the vlutter or tlio Title t.;�� Lot  0, Uldck I, Old It'OiiBidcs subdivision  Town of PlioiMiix. .���,.,'  WheronH   the  CortilieaU'  ol   Title  ul  William .1.   '.'ortor  hi'inir itcrliiit-aii' <>i  Title No. 1055811 to the ubovo lierrditii  ment- haw het'ii duHlrnywl and tn>|> ur.  ,   ���      tion haw lietm made lo 1110 foraduplinin  h0,str thereof: ,       .        ���   ,        .     ..  No'ifi! iH herebv uivcn that, a diipli-  nit�� ceitilieitio of Title to tlie almvi  liutediiaineiit.H will l>e Issued tit. 1 ho t-x  pinilion of one inonth fioin the. Mrs'  publicinioil heioof iiiiIi-mh in llie mem;  titne valid olij-e.tion to I lie eottlnify n-  made lo in" in  writing.  \V. II.  K DM ON OS.  DiHtriut Registrar  Luntl Registry Oilier,  Kmiiloops, a. C.-lVo. 28th, W08.  1,  Stiff hats are still in fashion locally,  though the Derby has disappeared.  Bean's balloon exploded while on the  honeymoon ; he returned alone.  J. Pipe will make a business  trip to  Nelson in a few days.  UUat Mlnlni Slock Quotation*.  dill ASKED  Alherta Coal and Coke .8^        .10  B.C. Copper..  7.75         8.00  Dorain. Copper....... .37^       'MH  Granby  102.00        .....  Charlea Dickens...... ...  Cons. Smelters .". 85.00  Copper King \%  Gertie.....:......:.. .02%  Heola......           .... 300  International Coal... .72  Kendall...  ..,....:.. .65  Missoula Copper.. ... ,03J��  Nabob.......  ~.2K  Oom Paul       .04  Panhandle 8melter... .3  Rambler-Cariboo..... .15  >now8tprm..     ' 2.02  Snowshoe............ .7)4.  Sullivan .  :....:..... .00>��  Sullivan Bonds."���:..... ....  ��tewart           ...... .62^  Tamarack-Chesapeake . .80  100.00  .05  ���03>6'  4.00  .80  1.10  .04  ���������   .3  .06  .3%-  .16  .10  2.04  .7  -0%  ".75  1.10  ���a******  mm^0mdmQ%  A laTge consignment of Bourbon  whiskies just received at the Brooklyn  ���"Jessie Moore," "Old Kentucky"  and "Private Stock," all famed American whiskies.        ;  Keep  Warm  Winter Isn't Over Yet  WOOL UNDERWEAR  "ART1C  OVERSHOES  MACKINAW SUITS  FLANNEL SHIRTS  Don't Catch Cold  Be Comfortable  Be Healthy  FUR-UNED GLOVES  '",'    FUR-LINED CAPS  OVERCOATS  . MITTS  IT. BROWN  Genfs   Furnishings  ymmaimjammmm^^fQ*  WOOD  First-Class Fir and Tam-  arac Wood, $5 jper cord  Pine Wood, $4.50 per cord  Pine Wood, double cut,  $6 00 per cord  Wood Delivered on Short Notice.  'Phone B32  Johnson & Anderson  GENUINE  TAILORING  MEN'S  SUITS  There is no sample business with us.  We show you the goods your  suits are made of.  There is a great difference between  * Tailor and Factory-made clothing  We cannot introduce surgery into our  tailoring, but we can cut the garments so that bow legs, flat chests,  long necks, etc., won't be so much  in evidence. Our tailoring cos's  so little more than ready-made  that it is no longer  necessary to  wear hand-me-downs.  R. HORRELL  i  wrprgAWT TAILOR.I  The Value & Economy of Bovril  BOVRIL is a very concentrated preparation, and contains  all the stimulating and flavoring qualities of beef plus the  Fibrin and Albumen.  These elements give to BOVRIL its high nutritive value  and differentiate it from meat extracts.  A i lb. bottle of BOVRIL will make 50 portions of good  nourishing soup at a cost of 3j��cts. a portion.  Added to soups, stews, etc. it increases their flavor and  feeding value.  YOUR DEALER HAS IT OR CAN QET IT FOR YOU.  ^���O-J*  N*MH^*IMM^Ol  G*eSwood otHge Line j  Leave Fhoenix, upper town, 9.30 a.m. V  *��� " lower town, 10.00a.m. !* Standard Time  Leave  Greenwood      - 3.00 p. m. J  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  Phoevix Office, With MuRab Bros., Ksob Hill Avk.  D. L. McELROY, Proprietor.  awtfui  mm^a^tm^ma^um*B^mtmn aninti^A"!1* ^"'i^ii' O*'  M&mge  REDUCES   THOSE  BAKING   HOURS!  Why have an oven  sufficient only for three  pies when "Sask-alta"  Range oven will take  'four pies and other  cooking? The more  baking space you have  ���the less fuel you use���the less work you do.  Fuel and work are just about the main items  of expense in the kitchen.     "Sask-alta"  Range saves both for you.  Morrin, Thompson  & Company  GMCERY  PEP ART.  HOME-MADE. PRESERVES  PLUMS  APRIOOTE  PiSAOHhiS-  PEARS  BLACKBERRIES  CHERRIES  put up in heavy.syrup, by a lady  in  Phoenix.  We offer these to you in sealers:  Unitiaa,Yweagatfei9fl8i88l Wm^^^^^^sm^{&i.^MtnmtMimtQg^&sy  Pints    .  Quarts.  35c.  60c.  FORCE  We offer this great breakfast  food this week, at a fraction of  the right price.  REGULAR SIZED PACKA0.E 10 CENTS  FRUITS  Fancy Pineapples, 35c  Fancy Oranges  50 Cents Doz  Fancy Pears  3 lbs 25 Cents  Fancy Apples  $2 00  Box  VEGETABLES  White Potatoes*   '-; *���--���----  $1 50 cwt.  Cabbage. 5 cU  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 ibis evening.  Hardware  Depart.  We have just received another  shipment of the FAMOUS  GOODERICH SEWING MACHINES.  We give a ten year guarantee  with each machine, and send  them out on trial for ten days.  The price is within the reach of  anvone.  Prices run from $35.00 to  $jo 00,payable $5.00 per month,  or jo% of for cash in thirty days  If your are interested call and  have a look at these machines.  Before placing your order for  Feb. 1st, we think it will be to  your advantage to call and get  Ojr prices.  We are anxious to get your  business, and will do everything  to please you.  Our aim is to use everyone  well, and everyone alike.  THOMPSON  AND COMPANY  ��� "1  �����/.  ��*���-���  u  If  n  t a


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