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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Jan 30, 1909

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Ltd  IpDDS & 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 how  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 17-JeweI, nickel, $i3.50; now    $10.00  Fine 15-JeweI, nickel case, $9; now 7.5O  Good 7-JeweI, nickel case, $7: now 5.50  Good 7-Jewel Movement, 20-year  Gold filled case, price $ JJ .50 now      5.0 O  High-Grade J 9 Jewel Movement,  25 year gold-filled case, only 3 in  stock, extra value, $37.00; now       30.00  20-year gold-filled case, l7-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 JEWELER  Mining'  at Greenwood  FourtH   General Meeting of 'Western  Branch  on Monday  The fourth general meeting of members of the Western Bionch of the  Canadian Mining Institute was held  in the Guirt house, Greenwood, Monday and Tuesday of this week.  In the temporary absence from the  province of the chairman of the branch  A. B. \V. Hodges, of Grand Forks,  Keneral superintendent of the Granby  company, S. S. Fowler, of Riondel,  general manager of the Canadian  Metal company was voted to the chair.  The following members were present : B. A. Isaac, Louis Pratt, j. A.  Whittier, Nelson ; S: S. Fowler; Riondel ; J. L. Retallack, Kaslp ; H. r\  Dickinson, A* G. Larson,' Rossland ;  Thomas Kiddie, Northport; E. Jacobs  (secretary of oranch), Victoria ; O. B7  Smith, Charles Rundberg, Phoenix ;  C. S. Baker, S. E. Belt, F. Keffer, M.  I). Mcintosh, VV. C.H. Wilson, Greenwood.;, A. Burnett, Greenwood; R.W.  Hinton and James McGregor, Nelson;  and H. G. Nichols, Vmir, whose ap-  p'ications were received, were also  present. Among the visitors in attendance were Mayor Bunting, Alderman Dixon,. Provincial Government  Agent McMynri, I H. Hallet, S M.  Johnson, R. B. Kinp, F. J, Longworth,  Greenwood; J. Ehrenberg, Spokane ;���  j. M; Millar, Greenwood Times, and  T. A  Love, Phoenix Pioneer.  Mayor Bunting cordially welcomed  to Greenwood the visiting members of  the institute.    He invited their attention to the important mineral resources  and mining and smelting industries of  the Boundary, in which  district   there  are numerous properties on which the  occurrence of ores high in  silver  and  gold had been proved,   in addition .to  the large copper mines   the  abundant  production   of   which   was  well  and  widely   known.      Much   capital   was  needed, though, for the more extensive  development of the mineral  resources  of the district, and he hoped   that the  meeting of fhe'ihstitute at Greeawbbd.  would have the effect of directing  the  attention of capitalists to the favorable  ! field the Boundary offers  for  the  in  vestment of money  in   mining  enterprises.    He was pleased to have  been  afforded the opportunity of welcoming  the   visitors   to  Greenwood  and   the  district, and hoped   their   visit   would  prove both pleasant and   profitable to  them.  Alderman Dixon was also gratified  at being present on that occasion, and  had pleasure in adding his welcome to  that extended by the mayor. He  earnestly believed that the Boundary  country is a good one, especially in  respect of its mineral resources. Not  only are there numerous valuable  mining properties in the near-by parts  of the district, but there were others  up the West Fork of the Kettle liver  also very promising and only awaiting  capital for their further development.  He joined in wishing that the visitors  would, find their brief stay in the  Boundary both of benefit to themselves and the important industry they  were directly interested in.  Before reading an account of the  last general meeting of the branch,  held in Victoria on September 22nd,  1908, and of a subsequent visit to  Naniamo, of the Canadian Mining  Institute summer excursion, the secretary read apologies, for unevoidable  absence from the provincial mineralogist (W. F. Robertson) and a number  of other members of the branch.  After the account of the last meeting had been approved, the chairman,  referring particularly to the visit to  Naniamo, of which the meeting had  just heard, said that they should not  lose sight of the fact that there were  important activities in mining and  smelting in other parts of the province  as well as that they themselves were engaged in. It is much to be regretted that distances between the respective parts of the province in which  large mining enterprises are being  carried on are too great to admit of a  frequent exchange of visits, and that  consequently those membei s who are  engaged in the coast districts are  usualy unable to visit the interior  mining camps and vice-versa. However, since circumstances are against  such a desiraDle interchange, members  should do what they could to make  the meetings in their respective districts  interesting and successful.  In response to the chaiiman's invitation, W. (J. McMynn, provincial  government agent, briefly addressed  the meeting. He regretted that winter  time had been chosen for holding a  meeting in the district, which would  have been seen to much greater advantage had there been no snow on  the ground, as at present. He trusted  that another visit would be paid at a  less unfavorable time when it would be  practicable to get about the district  without inconvenience and see the  mines and mineral showings better  than, could  be done in  winter.    On  behalf of the Greenwood club, he had  the pleasure of inviting the visitors to  make themselves at home at the club  where they would be cordially welcomed. . .1  The chairman ihen announced that  the Cinderella club of Greenwood had  kindly invited the {visitors to attend a  complementary dance, to be given that  evening in the locfl auditorium; also  that the B. C. Coj>per company had  made arrangements for showing visiting  members oyer the local smelting works |  and afterwards taking them up to its  Mother Lode mine.  H. P. Dickinson and J. A. Whittier  were appointed by the chairman scrutineers to examine trie ballots for chairman and members'of the council for  the ensuing year, find report to the  meeting on Tuesday morning.  The secretary reminded the meeting  that R. W. Brock, for some time past  acting director of the Geological Survey  branch of  the Dominion Department  ment of Mines,   has   been  appointed  director, in  succession  to   Dr.   A. P.  Lbw,"whbse health has not been good  enough to allow of'his  continuing to  fulfill the onerous duties of that respon  sible position, and suggested that th  congratulations of the branch  be sent  to Mr.; Brock.'"'Louis Pratt and A. G  Larson   were deputed   to  prepare  a  suitab|e message of/congratulation.  Thfc chairman  brought forward the  matter of the necessity that exists  for  assisting the electro-thermic  smelting  industry  recently   parted   at Nelson  ���after years of outlay'of time and money  in   conducting   experiments    in   this  connection.  It has proved that spelter  could be made by  the   process, more  effectively developed  at   Nelson,   but  those who had thus "far  financed the  new enterprise were in need  of assistance to carry it toa?<successfnl  issue.  The provincial government had assisted  to the extent of $_oJobpj_ he now submitted for discussion   and  considera  tion of the meeting  the  question  of  whether or not it was desirable to ask  the   Dominion   government   to assist  this industry in the direction indicated.  After attention had been  called  to  the suggestion made at the meeting of  the branch held last May in Rossland  that an application should be made to  the provincial government to grant a  sum of money for the use of the local  branch of the institute, similar to that  made to farmers' institutes  and  other  provincial  organizations,  the  meeting  adjourned till Tuesday.  TUESDAY MORNING'S   MEETING  On resuming on Tuesday morning  the report of the scrutineers was received as.follows: For chairman ofthe  branch: Thos. Kiddie. For members  of branch council: XV. H. Armstrong,  N. McL. Curran, S. S. Fowler, A. H.  Gracey, J. C. Haas, J. Hopp, J. D.  Hurd, Jas. McEvoy, F. C. Merry, P.  L. Naismith, Lewis Stockett and Thos.  R. Stockett. The ex officio members  of the council are the following: W.M.  Brewer, A. B. W. Hodges, F. Keffer,  A. J. McNab, W. F. Robertson, O.B.  Smith and R. H. Stewart.  Mr. Fowler called on Mr. Kiddie to  at once assume h*s new duties as chairman of the branch', to which office he  had great pleasure to see the new  chairman elected. Mr. Kiddie had for  years been actively interested in the  mining and metallurgical industries  of British Columbia and, too, he had  been a zealous worker in the interests  of the Canadian Mining Institute, on  the council of which he had served for  a term. As member of the council of  the branch, too, he had done much to  make the branch meetings successful  and as well to interest others in them.  He heartily congratulated him upon  his practically unanimous election as  chairman, and would now vacate the  chair in his favor.  Mr. Kiddie, who was received with  applause, briefly returned thanks for  the honor done him in electing him  chairman and assured the meeting that  he would continue his endeavors for  the advancement of the institute and  the success of the btanch in particular.  He reminded them that the large  measure of success the branch had  already enjoyed was attributable mainly  to the activity of the chairman for the  year just closed���A. B. VV. Hodges,  and he suggested that a hearty vote of  thanks for his services be passed by  the meeting and communicated to Mr.  Hodges by the secretary.  It was unanimously resolved, on the  motion of Mr.   Fowler,   seconded   by  Mr. Keffer, "That this meeting of the  Western Branch o! the Canadian Min-  Institute    hereby    expresses   its  Brock, director of the Geological survey, the following telegram: We  heartily congratulate you on your appointment as Director of the Geological Survey and express our appreciation  that your valuable work in the past has  thus been acknowledged."  On moften of Mr. Kiddie, seconded  by  Mr.   Retallack,   it  was  resolved:  "That this the Western Branch of the  Canadian Mining Institute, in meeting  assembled,   does  hereby   express  its  approval and appreciation ofthe action  of the Federal Government, through  its Department of Mines, in  seeking a  solution of the difficulties attendant on  the  economical  smelting  of Eastern  iron ores, by practical experiments in  electro-thermic  reduction,   conducted  at the public cost.  "In  this, connection this meeting  commends   to   the  Government  the  desirability of aiding in and contributing   to   the   advanced    experiments  which   have   already   been   made  in  British  Columbia towards  the separation and reduction  of lead-zinc  ores  by electro thermic energy.    These experiments have demonstrated iheprac-  ticabilty of the separation of metallic  zinc from metallic lead and its recovery  as spelter from complex lead-zinc ores.  Important deposits of such ores occur  in this Province and remain unworked  through  lack  of economic   reduction  facilities.    In the opinion of this meeting, a solution of this problem will   be  of.very great importance to the mining  industry-of the Dominion."      ;  On the motion of Mr. Fowler, seconded by Mr. Keffer, it was resolved :  "That'"'this meeting of the ''"Western,  Branch of the Canadian Mining Insti-I  tute hereby endorses arid, expresses  its appreciation of the action of the  Provincial Government and especially  that of the Honorable the Premier,  Minister of Mines, in aiding the important experiments which are being  conducted at Nelson towards the  separation and reduction of complex  lead-zinc ores by electro-thermic  means." '  General business next had attention.  Among the matters dealt with were the  following:  The secretary was authorized to have  printed for distribution among the  members a separate list of members of  the institute who are also members of  the Western Branch.  A suggestion by the secretary that a  resolution be passed, approving the  work of the Mines branch' ofHie Dominion Department of Mines" in preparing and publishing the recently  issued "Report on the Mining and  Metallurgical Industries of Canada,  1907-8" was considered and, after discussion, the matter was referred to the  council of the branch for such action  as shall be deemed warranted after  members shall have had opportunity of  reading the report.  (Continued on Page 4)  Boundary Side Lights  Snowshoe mine has resumed its  shipments.to Trail smelter.  Fire did $$oo worth of damage to  the residence of Thomas Mclntyre,  Grand Forks on Monday.  A contract has been let for more  tunneling on the Bruce mine at Midway.    Six men are now employed.  N. J. Dunlop, manager 'at Greenwood for the B. C. Telephone Company,* has been transferer! to Vancouver. , 'V '....   : ';--.',���-:���'���.:.'.". /".  There are said to be about 6000!  tons of ore on the dump at the Athel-  stan Fraction, Wellington camp, which  the B.C. Copper,is developing.  ,   ;  The B.C. Copper company's smelter treated 8,837 tons of ore this week  as follows : Mother Lode, 8,154"; Oro  Denoro, 177 ; other properties, 506.'  W. C. Thomas, formerly manager  of the Boundary Falls smelter, has  bought" 25 acres of land at Cedar Hill,  neaj Victoria, and will make his home  there.���Greenwood Ledge.  Robert Barrow had a narrow escape  at the Jewel mine last Sunday. He  was picking around the .roots, of a  stump which had been blown out by  dynamite when an explosion occurred,  resulting in serious injury ,to one of  his eyes. ;   .,    ..���,..���..���:. 7,^ ������   ���  Ton Marki and Company.  Tom   Marks  and  Company  ing  appreciation of the services rendered  by the retiring chairman, A. B. W.  Hodges, not only in the organization  of this branch but throughout the past  year."  On motion of Mr. Pratt, seconded  by Mr. Larson, the secretary was  instructed  to send  to   Prof.  R.   VV.  B. C. COPPER CO'S  DECEMBER EARNINGS  Annual  Meeting to |be Held  Prospects for Dividends  J. E. McAllister, manager of the  British Columbia Copper company,  left for New York on Saturday to  attend a meeting of the directors  scheduled for this week. The general  operations of the company's plant will  be discussed, and it is expected that  some action will be taken in connection  with the resuming of dividends.  The annual meeting ofthe company  takes place at West Virginia on Feb.  9th, by which time the comj lete annual  report will be in readiness.  An official of the company states  that the estimated net earnings of the  B. C. Copper company for December  were $46,500. This compares with  $47,000 in November.  The company's fiscal year ended on  Nov. 30th, 1908, and a memorandum  of net earnings for the year was recently  published This showed total net of  $232,609 for the period commencing June 1 (when operations were  resumed after a long shut down), to  November 30.  again  played to a large audience fast night in  the opera house in a play entitled  "Dublin Dan." The name part of the  play was taken by Tom Marks himself who more than lived up to his  reputation of one of Canada's foremost  humorists. Dan is an Irishman who  had left the Emerald Isle, and pigs  and all, taking up his abode in Canada, and Mr. Marks fills the part ad  mirably. His accent was never stagily  Hibernian, his wit was the real thing,  and the "gag's" in which this favorite  humorist delights, fitted .;in ;with the  "book" without any of that strained  effect which so often spoils such efforts.  Miss Millie Bowie as Peggy McGinty  both looked and successfully acted the  part of an Irish-Canadian girl with the  wit of the former nation and all the  "savvy" and Smartness of the newer  cbUniryV/"Miss May 'RoWe^'as^^race  Jacks.on, G. C.Young as Squire Ludlow, and E. Perry as Jack Goodwin  played interesting parts ie a manner  tbat held the attention of the audience  throughout the evening; Between  each act specialties such as illustrated  songs, moving pictures and dances  added to tne pleasure of the audience.  ���Nelson Daily News.  The above company will appear in  Phoenix opera house next Monday,  Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.  NO GAMES TO BE  ALLOWED IN HOTELS  Firemen Granted Appropriation  and Use of Room.  The city council held its regular  session in the city hall on Wednesday  evening, Aldermen Marshall, Cook,  Rogers* Hillier, Dearie and McKenzie  being present.    '  In the absence of Mayor Rumberger  Aid. Marshall was appointed acting  mayor.' J.. '--r -,.  .  R. Brown, W. X. ^McDonald and  VV. C. Hower appeared before the  council as a deputation from the reorganized fire department.; They asked  for the use;of a room in the city hall to  fit up as a gymnasium and also re*  quested a donation of $100 to fit up  the room for the pleasure of the fire  department. The matter was taken  up by the council arid on motion of  Aldermen Cook and Deane an appropriation of $ioo was made, and the  request for the use of the  room was  granted...        7; ..,_,.-���,.._..,- ,..;,.., ,- :-.  The allowing of gambling in saloons  was discussed and on motion of Aldermen Cook and Hillier the chief!of  police was instructed (o stop all games  in saloons and take proceedings  against any offenders.  Communications and applications  were read as follows: C. J. Fagan,  secretary of the British Columbia  Anti-tuberculosis society, requesting  subscription; N. J. Carson and D.J.  Darrah, applying for chief of police.  The communications were placed on  .filei-'-'--..:: '��� .���-�����;���������-:.> M.;' ���  The following accounts were passed:  Brooklyn Hotel, 12.95; B. C. Gazette,'  $2.50; N. Lemieux, $3.45.: ;   -  INTERNATIONAL COAL 4 COKE CO.  Declare! a Dividend ol Oae and  a  Quarter  Per Cent.   Payable Feb. 1st.  A dividend of one and a quarter per  cent or $35,000 will be paid on the  stock of the International Coal &  Coke company on February 1st. The  company is capitalized at $3,000,000,  dnd there is at present 2,800,000  shares out 200,000 in the treasury.  The company has previously paid in  dividends $336, which, with the next  dividend, will make a total of $37 1,000.  Rossland Winter Carnival  For the above event to be held Feb.  2 to 6 the Canadian Pacific Railway  announce a rate of fare and one third  return. Tickets on sale from Fernie  and West Jan. 31st to 6th. Final  return limit Feb 8.  Republic Ore Nelg $38-48  The last car of ore sent to the  Granby smelter by the New Republic  company netted $3848. It is expected  that the next car will give even better  returns, as a cross-cut on the lead  from which this was taken shows four  feet of ore averaging $90.  Judge Williams Leave* for Vancouver  VV. R. Williams, who for a decade  or more has been a familiar figure in  Phoenix, left on Saturday for Spokane  en route to Vancouver, where he may  locate. "Judge" Williams, by which  he was popularly known, having been  police magistrate here for years, had  become recognized as a fixture in  Phoenix, and he will be much missed  in local circles generally. There are  few better known men in this part of  the Dominion, and those who have  met the Judge are usually anxious to  repeat the dose. "Over the nuts and  wine," the  Judge  was in his element.  It is not the name that makes the  Boundary cigar the best, it is the  quality.  News Barter m Qraaby Stack  ;  The News Bureau of Boston gives  the following opinion of Granby stock  at present market prices:  In 1908 Granby produced 23,639,-  984 pounds of copper, the largest output in its history. The cost per pound  after crediting gold and silver values  is now 10^ cents, so tbat on 15-cent  copper the company should be able to  show profits equal to between $7 and  $8 per share on 135,000 shares.  At the present time the smelter is  being enlarged and by next May its  capacity should be 5000 tons of ore  per day which compares with 3200  tons.at present.' ^Officials are figuring  on an increased copper output this  year of 25 to 30 per cent.  So long as the earnings do not permit of dividends above $4 per share  per annum, the price of stock at 104  would seem to be relatively high,  although the shares should be among  the first to respond to the stimulus of  a better copper market.  Pitner Lelser Cup  Carllar  The following is the result of curling  to date in the local PitherLeiser cup  competition:  Sfcip  Won  Lost  To Play  Campbell   ..   6.  I  4-  ..    6  I  '��� '4'  ..   6  3  2  Brown   ��� ���   4  4  3  Capt. Smith...  ..   4  4  3   '  Reeves.   ..   2  3  6  Strachan   ..   2  3  6  ��� ���  3  S  3  4  S  4  5  O. B. Smith!. .  ..   2  4  5  4  6  Latest Prices is Metals  Naw Yobk���Copper, electrolytic, $13-  50 @ $13.62; laice.$14 25 @ 114.50.  Bar Silver, 50  Lead, $4.57.^ @ S4.62.  Spel'er. *5.05 �� S5.10  yTaSESH5HSHSa5HSaSE5B5HSHSHSZ5HS15ZSHSHSESasa5^SSSaSESHS2S��5?SHSaS2S?  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  The following table gives the ore shipment! of Boundary mines lor   1900,  11903, 1904.  1905,   1906,  1907, 1908 and 1909, as reported to the Phoenix Pioneer���  Jail. 30, '09  Mine.  Granby Mines...  Snowshoe   ~ Phoenix Anial..  SB.C. Copper Co.  Ci    Mother Lode..-  B C Mine   Kmraa   Oro Denoro....  Bonnie Belle   Dom. Cop. Co....  Br'klyn-Stem..  Idaho..   Rawhide   Sunset-   Mountn Rose..  Athelstnu   Morrison -  R. Bell   Senator   Brey Fogle   No. 37   Rellauce   Sulphur King....  Winnipeg -..  Golden Crown...  Kiug Solomon...  3ig Copper   No. 7 Mine.  1901        1901       1903  ��3L76i 309.8S8 393.7'H  1.73'    20,800   71,311  1904        1905  549.703 65,1.889  1906  801404  8.4J6  99.034 Ui,336 138,079  47.405    14.811    19,365  8,530   M.937   ~.    tS.5S7  174,198 147.57��  650  37.96o  16,400  9.485  3.007  3J.350    55.73'  80a     7.455    15.731  550  1,040  "87's  "665  j City of Paris      a.ooo  J Jewel..  I RiveiBide   lCarml   Sally   I Rambler   I Butcher Boy   Duncan   I Providence   I Klkhorn   {strathmoie   I Golden Kagle...  I Preston   Prince Henry....  I Skylark   I Last Chance   K. P.O. Mine...  'Bay   liilavU   jTSbn Pedro   I CTescent -...  iRuby   Republic   ' Miscellaneous.-  350  150  560  785  6��5  48a  2,060  -"g��)'  "319  5.646  3.339  "363  1.435  3.070  3.��so  I./S9  4.S86  3.450  222  364  33  25,108  3.056  4.747  1.8J3  103,900  1.483  11.804  3.177  20  140,685  3.960  26,033  48,390  3*55  :oo7 1908  613.537 1028,747  135.001 48,826    245  3".899  1901,   1901.  Past  1909   Week I  69179   23,105 [  20,640   ...  208 J31  1,713  18.374  14.481  37.��28     7,686}  66,630       1,050        4 JO f  43.295  12.253  64.173  3��.27o  3M58  649  5.78o  10,740  3.802  530  130  33  >50  586  So  3.456  323  993  400  167  500  79  726  325  So  3��  60  .,.30  145  ...30  106  90  108     70  it  7.0  1 140  130  40  20  140  40  700  20  g  535  ���"55  73  40  90  Soo  20  ���5  589  234  30  45  53  Total, tons 390,800 508.876690,419 839,808 J33.62S 1.161.5371,148,337 1,487.480 114.986 32,3011  I Smelter treatment���                                                                ���             _ ���   , ,   1  "'IranbyCo     330,828   <I2J40 401,921 596,252 687.98S     828,879   637.636   1037,544 68.263 21,764 I   "^- "- -.-.--���      -13,740   341.953    364,850 3'.o��< 8837[  83"     153.439     23,66fi  B.C. Copper Co.  1 Ojm.Cop. Co..  117.611 148,6  1 163,913 310,4*4  110.830  132*70  30.930  84,059  '23.;  2l8i  Dj Total reduced..   348,439 460.040 697,404 837.66i 9S'.877 1.172.430 1,133.017 1.359.060   99.3��9    3��.6oi |  ||iS25_5_SE5_5��mS2S251KS2^  I  I  4*8  0i  PI  "5JIL-  m  mm  M  m  ��� ���]m\  m  m  ml  fM  iiiskwi  1  ���y. l'$w  ^mmm^  ���    j.., .__. AVt  iM THE PHOENIX PIpNEER.  *4i i  'II  1U'  tf*  w  F,  if'  If  m  lis  ��;  ii5  i'1?  ���lib  I*  i  Pi  If  Hi  i  I!  M  W  u  ^1  ir .  eREHM  ./ii"Ji  //  Baking Powder  ���'. i -Fifty Years ihe Standard. A Pure  Cream of Tarter, Powder. Makes  _izzes�� cajfcre and pastry, light, flaky  , ( .ihi&cuit, delicious griddle cakes  ���palatable and ^wholesome.  ��� No alum, no lime phosphates  NOTE.���Avoid baking powders made  . from alum.   They look like pure pow-  <   den, and may raise the cake, but alum  it a poison and no one can eat food  mixed with it without injury to health.  i1 'j  rjiv <!��-' n  ie Phceriix Pioneer  ^Afjd, Boundary Mining Journal.  'I msobd  :���) SATOaDAYS ��* T����  'JPIONEEll PUBLISHING CO.  ,    -i. ' '        'AT PsMBBIX. >. C  ,   ,t'j\   i . 'i   .  T. ALFff^pcLOVE. Manama.  tun*-. |��aS85^S^*H.-.s.  ���> M     *  ���uMcmirnoffi i* adv-_wc*.  rtl^lCfrK^lOMMWtlOfKmtMW   ItX   MOtiUt*����SIH������tMf*t>��*IM)Hi>ltM ���'  To t-e"OnUed states, per year���....���..  ..,.,'../     .* /?;-     T > ,.  ���  i^���^^.^^^  .; lis  .. 3.50  >' <  -t  iijfoo ���  JAN.  1909-  Sii. fat. Ti*t.,Wtd.   Tba   Fr,.    Sit.  -, >;  10  1 i^'  4  11  18  ,v  ,5,  12  *9  36  "6  20  7  14  21  28  1  8  *5  22  29  9  16  23  30  HISTORYibF COBALT  - LIKE A NOVEL  Interesting Account of Origin  otf Great Gold Camp  Eour years ago, Alfred La Rose, a  French Canadian, built'him a log cabin  and a blacksmith's shop close to < tht-  lonely lake Nipissing. The Ontario  government had undertaken to run out  a railroad from Lake'Nipissing to Lake  Temiskaming, and thence northwest to  James bay, and La Rose had come  along with his paraphernalia to keep  yPv��wj)h_.the ^procession. ...of.,. jailroad  builders...,. What .induced, the Ontario  government to run out this railroad  along the shores bf'Lake Temiskaming  towards Hudson bay is still -"a;mystery;.  Along , the ( Quebec shores of Lake  Temiskaming, for 66 "or 90 miles, were  French Canadian settlements, well cultivated lands, but "along the Ontario  shores of .Lake Temiskaming there was  sepmingly nothing but forbidden .crub  and rocks. The Montreal river, large  and sluggish, flowing from the* northwest into Lake Temiskaming, and hundreds of lesser lakes' had aided the  lubermen in destruction of those forests.  T.bis river and Lake Temiskaming are  tjie main sources of the Qua wa,,and  for the last half century the lumbermen  qJ7 Ontario have been growing rich de  nuding the forests around Like Temiskaming and the Montreal river. The  wjtole Ontario district of Lake TemiV  kaming and  the  Montreal  river  had  showed evidence of not being good for  anything but lumbering and hunting;  its innumerable lakes had made it the  hunter's paradise.  Alfred La Rose, by some chance,  had won the friendship of Duncan  McMartin, who had spent some years  chasing fortune in the mountains of  British Columbia, and - by (the lone  campfire he used to tell La Rose many  thrilling tales of the prospector's life.  La Rose was so much enthused he  added the trade of prospector to his  own. When he was not hammering  on his anvil, he was hammering away  at the rocks \ and looking for fissures  that contained gold and silver or other  mineral. One afternoon, 100 yards  from his cabin, along the right of way  of the new railroad, he broke into a  fissure of rich mineral. Analyzed, it  had fabulous rvalue in; silver and cobalt.    They  located that fissure and  ^��'  called it La Rose, and from the first  100 feet in depth they .gleaned since  its discovery about $6,000,000.  Immediately the news of this discovery got out, the railroad contractors  and their friends,' began',gobbling" up  the vthole country around' La Rose  wonderful discovery. They called the  lake near the cabin, Cobalt lake. Arthur Ferland and Chambers acquired  1,000 acres of the new mineral zone.  They sold 800 acres to the .Earle  syndicate for $125,000, and two years  later, on advice of John Hays Hammond, the Guggenheims offered at the  rate of $25,000,000 to the Earle syndicate for control of the same 800 acres,  then called the Nipissing mine.���  Exchange.  ��\m COPPER  MATTERS OK   INTEREST   TO   THOSE   INTERESTED  COPPER   MINING   INDUSTRY  RNERj  IN    THE  ii,Tbei;.5ppper Situation looks Well.  It is estimated that the copper output.of'.:North.America for. 1.908-will  approximate 1,050,000,000 pounds.  This -estimate ..is ...made .from .98. per  cent, of all of the producers. Exports  for the year were nearly 600,000,0,00  pounds. Foreign demand for American  copper is increasing. The average  monthly consumption :of copper in  Europe In' =1908 increased 48 per cent,  over. 1907. These are healthy con-;  ditions and are encouraging to our,  producers.  It is reported that construction  work in the ship yards and engineering  factories: of Great Britain, iGermany  and France will, before spring, consume  fully seventy per cent, of the visible  ��upply in those countries. On the  25th.-of December;.the total amount of  copper in store in.,the British Isles,  Germany, France, J Belgium and ��� Holland was 78,000 tons.  While the copper market remained  abnormally dull during the year, with  prices at almost a no-profit standard,  yet the great stimulus to trade in  America during the past sixty days, and  the general revival of trade and manufacture, in Europe, warrants the expectation that the present year will be  profitable for copper, in which event  there will be a spirited rivalry for first  place between Montana and Arizona.  Michigan will probably take third place  in production. The year promises  well for every character of mining in  the United States.���Mining World.  Tooperlng Copper  ,    The ever interesting subject of tempering copper, again comes to the; front  in the statement that:an Arizona :man  has discovered a  method  for. accom.  plishing.it.   It is stated that a sample of copper  so treated has been subjected to test  with very satisfactory results. Tlie'prd  duct was sent.to the Colorado College  laboratory for analysis, and Frbf;  George J. Lyon on June 22 submitted  a report slating that the specimens had  a tensile strength of. 23,400 lbs. Jo the  square inch in ordinary copper, and  had an elastic limit of 5,'68ovIbs. to the  square inch. Jrhis-specimen-hadbeen  melted..;fiye times, and since copper  loses about 10% of its tensile strength  every time it is melted, the experts  regard 30,000 lbs. of tensile strength  to the square inch,as, a fair estimate ol  the hardened copper.���rMining;Science.  A Diet of Bovril  or BOVRIL sandwiches, quickly rebuilds wasted  strength, gives increased vitality to the system and  fortifies the body against many ailments.  Because BOVRIL yields more nourishment than  au}r other food.  BOVRIL is an invaluable diet for nursing mothers,  dyspeptics, and all who show any predisposition  towards tubercular affections.  YOUR DEALER HA8 IT OR CAN GET IT FOR YOU,  *&&WV*W***^  The first payment has. peen,;niade  on the transfer of the Canadian ;pirl  and Yankee Girl mines, near Ymir,  from D. E. Grobe, et al, to a New  York syndicate. Active development  work wiil be carried on.  You owe it to your own community  to buy your-goods from your home  merchant and stand by Phoenix busi  ness men. You can always find the  announcements of representative busi;  ness men in these columns���men who  will stand back of every statement and  price they make. \  To InltltU7 Billy Sunday  Four hundred representative business and professional men of Spokane,  headed ��� by William S. McCrea, will  undertake to convert Rey. "Billy" Sunday, ex-professional baseball player and  evangelist, at a complimentary dinner  in the Hall of the Doges at the close  of the revival services there, early in  February. It is planned to enrol him  as an honorary member ofthe chamber  of commerce, 150,000 club and the  illustrous Order of Mystic E-Nak Ops.  Tp-join:the"last named" he -must 'demonstrate .his qualifications .las; a  ^booster,",, after which the team of 23  husky"timber choppers and miners will  aive him the Ninth Degree with all the  trimmings. Sunday has intimated he  will accept the invitation to join the  '���live wires" at their revels.  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.  BOUNDARY & KOOTENAY 1909 ORE RECORD  Sbipraeols and Smelter Receipt* For Year to  Date.  Ore shipments from the various  mines of Boundary and Kootenay, and  the receipts of ore at the smelters of  Southeastern British Columbia for last  week and for 1909 to date are as  follows:  SHIPMENTS. WEEK. YEAR.  Boundary ....24,985    .  74,195  Rossland .���'....'.-, . . .    1,712 71892  East Columbia River  3,545 8,945  \ ������       ���'-$-���  Total ,. 30,24?  SMKLTER    RECEIPTS���  Granby -.-.-..-a-.--.-. r. 14,421  B.C. Copper Co. ..   9,744  Trail....   2,588  Northport (LeRoi)..     926  9*.��39  45.��74  23,984  12,415  3i��P4  :  History ���fCindlan 'Jouraaliaa.  Everyone who is interested in the  history of Canada will welcome a new  book, "A. History of Canadian Journa-  lism,".which has just been issued. The  volume, which furnishes in permanent  form the first comprehensive history  of the press in Canada, covers a great  deal of ground not dealt with in any  extant publication. The reader, as he  peruses its pages is constantly surpris-  to find in it hitherto unpublished sidelights on the careers of our public men  as well as full and first-hand information regarding our great journalists  and our great newspapers. Altogher  it.is oneof the most valuable historical  works which has-appeared m CariadaT  Not_pnly Js.^ the matter fresh and  interesting and important, but the style  throughout is quite equal to the best  This will be better appreciated when  it is stated that the contributors include Goldwin Smith, Dr. A. H. U.  Colquheun,: Deputy Minister of Education for Ontario,; John Reade, F.R.  S.C., Montreal Gazette; Arthur Wallis,  Toronto Mail and Empire; J. E. B.  McCready, Charlottetpwn Guardian;  J. P. Robertson, Winnipeg; Robert  SeilaVs, -���'Huntington - Gleaner; -; J: K.  Mclnnes, :Regina Leader; J. W. Ben-  gough, Tbrbnto and R. E. Gosnellf  Vancouver.^';:'!".-;. '\.\ -'���'-���,-���������- :'-V]  '���) * One portion < of the book presents an  exceedingly interesting history of the  Canadian Press Association, in honor  of whose s'oth birthday the book was  flist" iprojectedj I with (Other -^sections  devoted to the press 7in each of the  provinces! ':  The book includes 268 pages with  over 40 half-tone; portraits of prbmi,  nent journalists. Typographically;: the  book is very - pleasing with its large  type, heavy paper with rough edj;es  and gilt top, and its handsome cloth  binding. Orders may be sent in care  of John Bone, Secretary of Canadian  Press Association* Daily Star, Toronto  The price is $2 a copy, postage 15 cents  extra. '     .   ���  .  Get the habit���ask for Boundary  cigar; Havana filled.  . M. J. Haney, who built the Crow's  Nest railway, for the C.P.R , has the  contract of building 50 'miles of railway,up in the Copper river, country,  The Porto >Rico > Lumber company  are looking forward, to a big season's  run, having six million feet of logs cut  and on the skids.iready to be taken to  the mill at Mpyje.::  B����tir'�� Phlloaophy.���LVII.  Resolved, that.I am not sorry for  that cross old man. Cross people  don't deserve, sympathy. They get  themselves into ^trouble. Did you  ever notice that people frame things  up for themselves. Generous people  always have it to be generous with.  Kind people are treated kindly. Stingy  people always have to be stingy.  Misers can't have any fun , with their  money because it pains them to give  up a cent There's always something  for a funny man to laugh at. There's  always something for kickers to kick  at and for weepers to cry at. < If you  want to have fun make some one  happy. '"*"  A prisoner in the Fernie jail had  his feet frozen during the recent cold  snap.  The first train load of Alberta wheat  to be shipped via the Pacific coast  reached Vancouver on Saturday, en  route for Mexico.  INDIGESTION^ IS  ENDED FOR EVER  Misery , from   an   Upset  Stomach Vanishes five  minutes later.  Why not start now���today, and forever rid yourself of Stomach trouble  and indigestion ? A dieted stomach  gets the blues and grumbles. Give it  a good,eat, then take Pape's Diapepsih  to start the-digestive juices working;  There will be no dyspeysia or, belching  of Gas or eructations of undigested  food; no'feeling like a lump of lead in  the stomach or heartburn, sick headache or Dizziness, 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 minutes;  There is nothing else better to take  Gas from Stomach and cleanse the  stomach and intestines, and besides,  one triangule will digest and prepare  for assimilation into the blood all your  food the same as a sound, healthy  stomach would do it.  When -Diapepsin works, your stomach rests���gets 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  Misery is waiting for you as /soon as;  you decide to begin taking Diapepsin  Tell your druggist that you want Pape's  Diapepsin, because * you want to be  thoroughly cured of Indigestion.  Total;.....:.  87,679    MAltX  Many people ore afraid of .hosts. Few people  are afraid ot genns. Yet the ghost is a fancy and  the germ is a tact. If the germ could be magnified  to a size equal -to* its terrors it would appear more  terrible than any fire-brcathin��� dragon. Germs  can't be avoided. [They are in the air we breathe,  the water we drink. . _  The germ can only prosper when the condition  of the system.gives it free scope to establish  itself and develop.    When   there is ia deficiency of  vital force, languor, restlessness, a sallow cheek,  a hollow eye, when the appetite is poor and the  sleep is broken, it ia time to guard  against the germ.   You can  fortify the body, against all germs by the use of Dr. Pierce'B Golden Medical Discovery.   It increases the vital power, cleanses the  ; system of clogging impurities, enriches the blood, puts the stomach and organs, of digestion and nutrition in working condition, so  that the germ .finds no weak or tainted spot in which to  breed.  "Golden   Medical   Disoovery" contains   no  alcohol, whisky or  habit-forming drujs.    All its ingredients printed   on   its   outside  wrapper.     It is not a secret nostrum but n medicine op known  j   composition and with, a record of  40 years of curet.    Accept no  substitute���there ienothiatf " juat sis good."   Ask your neighbors.  Hotel Brooklyn  1  3  The Only First-Class 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   >    Heated  g   JAMES riARSHALL, Prop.  mM**M0*tf  ���8��  00  Greenwood   Liquor  Co.  We furnish the trade all over the   Boundary . with  .the Choicest Importrd and Domestic  WineSy Liquors and Cigars  i As Wtl ship direct in Carloads, we can   make   the  prices right, and give prompt shipment.  Jas. McCrcath & Co.  GREENWOOD, B  C.  MLACt 1IVCRY STABLE  MURDOCK MciNHRE, Prop.  35 Horses,   Full   Livety   Equipment,  Have taken  over the   Lumber  Yard  and will carry  a  full stock.  DRY   WOOD   IN- ANY   QUANTITY  Prompt Attention to   orders  at any hour of day or night.  Knob Hill Ave.        __H0N��ii_>       Phoenix, B. C.  "O"  leading Hotel of Bouadary's leidini  Mining Caap  Corner Knob Hill Ave., and First St.,  vPHOENiy^B. C;  j. A MeaUSTER  Haw and Op-to-date  Cantr-lly Located,  aood Sample Rooms.  Proprietor.  B2SOI  Up-to-the-Minute  [AVING just added a large number of fonts of  the Latest Type and appointments, the Pioneer  is now better than ever equipped to turn out  "Up-to-the-Minute" Printing. Our increased facilities for fine commercial printing, catalogue and book  work enables us to produce a quality of printing not  excel led, by city print shops. : : : : :  The Pioneer has the only electrically operated  Presses in the Boundary, and is prepared to execute  all orders with neatness aud despatch. No job too  big, none too small. ......  PHOENIX ���*��� PIONEER  PRODUCERS  OF   FINE   PRINTING  DRAYING  Of all kinds promptly ntterided  to. Rapid Express and Bai-KHKe  Transfer. Careful attention to all  orders. Phone A65.  JAMES G. flcKEOWN.  i��ejffispN,fisi  All kiuds^oj light and heavy -learning  promptly attended to;   Miners' dray  ing  a specialtv.       '���';     ;    .-    .���    '.  '. PHONE B 44  A. ��. HQOD,  Plrc, Lite: and  Accident Insurance.  ;; General Ajeot. '" '" "    '��� :   ���'- ��� -  Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  I UCK   COLLIIN^  SHAVING PARLORS  AND    BATrlROOM.  Next Door to McRsc Bro��.     _  -      '    - - , .���: PhOKNIX, H, C.  Knob Hill ah iiue.  Maimers Barber shop  LOWER   TOWN.  FOR   AN   EASY   SHAVE  AND STYLISH HAIRCUT  BATHS     IN  CONNECTION  PHOKNIX    LODGE  8. H. and L f., NO. 17.  Meets every   WKDNHUDAV  Evening  Scandinavian Hall, Old Ironsides avenue  Viaitlng brethren cordially welioms.   ,  KO.j FKRNSTROM, Preaidi-ut  A. O. JOHNSIOV, Fin. 6��y  PHOENIX NEST   _*   OBDER OF OWLS.  Meets every TiirRHDAV Hven  ino, at Minerii'Union HoM  Cordial Wtlcomt toBrclhftn. VUitlng  ^AVID  OXLEY,   PttiUtni.  WM. LOUTTIT,  Secretary.  KingEdward Lodge, No.3o  A. F. and A. M'.  Regular communication 8 p. m.     b.  ond Thursday of each month.  Kmergent uieetinga a*called;Mason><  Hall, McHftle Block.    ,  V. M. SHERBINO.  '���'��������������� Secretary.  T. RODKRICK,  -���    ���:    w.M.  I. O. Q. F.  SNOWSHOE I.ODGK No. .f>  MeeU every Monday Evening   at Miners' Ua  Visiting hrrtbreu cordially invited.  W. A.  PickakD  Noblr<.taui1.  ' W.  K.  HMJLor,  Kcooid. E��..  T. A   Lovb, Per   H'Uuij. Bety.  PBOEMX    AKRIE   NO. 138  i.P^3^V^\ Meetaln UnionHall  Tuesday evening*  Violting     brothci-  always wtl ome  J   Wbih, \V. P.  C. MCASTOCKBB  K.ofP.L0D(iE,No.28  ���S^ PHOENIX, B.C-   Meets evt-ry Toesdav  Evkmino at 7:30   :    :  Sojoaraing Brothe*a Cordis'l>  Welcomed. :       :        :  F.C. GRAHAM, C.C.  H. McCKACKRN  K. of R. ��.  Administrator's   Notice.  In the County Court of Yale  Hold en at  Grai I  Forks. .  �����t��  PRODATK���  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on the aist  dav'of 'January, 1909. it was ordered by Hi*  Hon. Judge Browu, that A C. Sutton, Official  Administrator be administrator ofthe; estate 0'  hailcs Johnson, late of Phoenix, B.C., decease  intestate ','" ;  Every person indebted to the said deceased ts required to make payment forthwith to the undei-  ligiied, nul every person having in possession  effects belonging to deceased is required to nolily  the undersigned.  Every creditor or other person havin. airy  claim upon or interest in the distribution or said  esta e is required, before the 37th day of January, :ou8, to send by registered letter addressed  to the undersigned, his name and address ami  lull particulars of his claim or interest, ami ��  ��tat emeu t of his account and the nature fthe  security (ifany) held by him. all veiiBcd !���>���  statutory declaration. Alter the said 27th day or  February, 1909, tl.e administratov will proce tl  with the destributl n of the estate, having regoul  to those claims ouly of which he shall then liai c  had notice.  Dated al Grand Folks. B.C.,  22nd January, 190c.  '��� A.'C: Sutton,  Official Administrator  Grand Forks, B.C.  Administrator's   Notice.  In  the County Court of Yale.Holdcn at Grand  Forks  ���IN probatb���  ' NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN; that on the Jif  day of January, 1909, it was ordered by His  Honor Judge Brown, that A.C Button, Official  Administrator, be admistrator of the estate if  John Anderson late oi Phoenix, B.C., deceased  Interfl'ate. >  Every person indebted to said doceaaod '��  required to make payment forthwith to tho  undersigned, and every person having i��  poRsession effectB belonging to deceased is required lo notify the undersigned.  Every creditor or other person having ��">'  claim upon or interest In the destrlbutloii of  the estate of the deceased is required before the  l!7th day of Veb'y, 1909, to send by registered  leiter, addressed to the undorslgncd.'his mime  and address and full particulars of his clnlm ��r  Interest, aud a statement of his account, mid  the nature of the security (if any) held by him  uli verilled by statutory declaration  After the said 2-th day of Feb'y, 1900, the administrator will proceed with the destribtUlon  of the estate having renard to those claims only  of which he shull then have had notice.  Dated at Grand Forks, B.c ,  22nd January, 19o8.  A. C   SUTTON,     Official Administrator,  Grand Forks, B.C.  1  t   *  r  k��  I*  E1  r  r��*m  r * j  '���" i  K��? ���  If  1 it  1   "M  r.~rXr:-rr-3Mlw^ta7W'*.)*it!r.WWirtfl^^  Vlll&&^-^l-^--^?~?~-~i  BflSae^jiiBtefe!^^^aaas^ii��a^^  SS&i&ftiSitiKwmim&axmmmiitimimiM  iHnmfatipw '*WSfmf3asBicBSiiTmm*ammzM*M��m*mm  THE PHOENIX PIONEER..  -,��,ya**- ��..���>.  PROVINCIAL.  *<.  Prince Rupert has a new and up-lo  date post office.  Vernon's annual curling bonspiel  took place this week.  Ric. A. Fraser has sold the Nicola  Herald to L. G. Lobsinger.  The city of Vernon will install the  Gamewell fire alarm system.  A fire at Port Essington did damagt  to, the extent of $100,000.  Lumber is being shipped from Vancouver Island for use on the Panama  canal. 77     .'':<;,���������..'���  George C- Hodge has retired from  the service of the B.C. Telephone  company.  Conductor Alex. McDonald, who  brought the first train into Vancou  ver, is .dead.  W. H. Aldridge, general manager of  the Consolidated company, is in Montreal on business.  F. J. Deane, formerly publisher of  the: Nelson Daily  News,   was   married  , at Portland, Oregon, last week.  Simon Michale, a miner, 40 years  ��� of age, committed suicide at Michel  Hast Saturday by hanging himself.     '  The big building occupied by the  . Mountain Supply company at Revelstoke was totally destroyed by fire.  The Fraser river is frozen over and  the CHilliwack ferry has been destroyed  by fire while frozen in mid-stream.  The Rossland d\ era honse has been  , condemned as being unsafe and  no  .more performances will be given in it.  In Prince  Rupert  there  are  four-  i teen hotels,  restaurants and  lodging  houses, none of which employ yellow  ; labor.  It is estimated that from twelve to  fifteen thousand tons of -herring have  been taken in Nanaimo harbor this  season.  The refinements of civilization are  dropping into Hosmer. In that camp  one barber shop gives baths exclusively to ladies on Sunday.  Owing   to   low   water   the   steamer  Rossland has been taken off the Arrow  rlake run, and the Minto and Kootenay  .Are now doing the business.  Edward J. Tronson, a pioneer of the  Okanagan   valley,  coming  to /British  v Columbia front' Ireland 'in. 1864,  died  ilast week.  ', The convention of the  British  Columbia   conservative   association   was  7held   in   Victoria   this   week.    Kam-  loops was  decided upon as the next  meeting place.  -.-M.'^nl'.-^iwA^i y  Mrs. K. Kane, of  Chicago, Uses  Pe-ru-na in her  family of five  children, Grace,  Myrtle, Edward,  Reeves and  George.  FATHER AND CHILD.  EDWARD  mt:  VM  mmmmm.  ���mmi  ;iti  m  m  ^.mmMm>  3i��ib%i'Z  wm  M&  W&  m%  %m  m&  WM  Mmi  m&  m  'S&&-S  m  fo*Ji  ffEti  %H  1 race-  Reeves  George-  A Scientific Wonder  -The Seerat of a Famous Haallog Balm.  Trie   re-di*covery   of a   se ret   that  ihas  lain   hidden   in   the  dust   of  20  .centuries is an event full of fascinating  .interest, and  ihe   story   of Zam-Buk,  the world famed first-aid and skin-curt-  .will always enlist attention.    Zam-Buk  ���=is the virtual descendant ol those won  iderful and mysterious herbal balms by  hthe use.of,which .the manly, athletes of  JAhcient Greece and the stalwart: gladi-  ;ators  of Rome ;ensured  the healthi-  iiness and ready h2aling of their skin.  Many were the attempts that were  '!rr>ade to produce a perfect balm for  gthe skin, but only in Zam-Buk has the  iSideal been realized. Since its dis-  ixovery Zam-Buk has been welcomed  ;]in mansion or cottage, and the people  4of two hemispheres realized that they  ^ihave been placed in possession of an  unique cure for skin complaints.  The reason of this triumph of science  are simple and few.    Taking a  lesson  -from the Ancients,  the proprietors of  Zam-Buk first of all wisely decided that  -the ideal balm   must be purely herbal  ;and coi tain not the slightest trace of  1 rancid animal fats or poisonous minerals.     Thus Zam-Buk  is  made  solely  'from rich and pure essences obtained  ifrom   certain   rare   medicinal   herbs  These juices and extracts are prepared  and refined by ingenious scientific pro-  ' cesses and then  so skillfully blended  I that a unique, effective, and yet perfectly natural preparation for dispelling  skin-disease is secured.  Zam-Buk  has   an   affinity  for  the  1 human skin such as no ordinary oint-  ��� ment or linament can possibly possess.  Besides   soothing   pain  and  allaying  irritation, it possesses unique antiseptic  and germicidal qualities which  virtually chase disease germs out of their  : hiding-places in the skin ; at the sanv  . time it purifies the pores and invigorates the natural functions ot  the skin  in a way that no other preparation can.  Zam Buk solves in a perlect mannt r  the problem of always having handy  . at home or at one's work  an  ever-  ready and reliable  first-aid for cuts,  burns,    scalds,    bruises,    lacerations,  scratches,  etc.    Zam-Buk  is  without  equal for eczema,  ulcers,  piles,  bad  leg, ringworm,   scalp  sores,   festerinp  sores,     sprains,     stiffness,    poisoned  wounds of all kinds, face sores, chafing  chapped hands, cold-sores,  frost bites,  sore-feei, diseased ankles, and all itching, irritation, and inflammation.  Zam-Buk is a daily need in every  household and is sold by all druggists  and stores ait fifty cents a box. Refuse  harmful and dangerous substitutes  sometimes "pushed" as "being just as  "fipO&f"'  Pe-ru-na In the Home.  After all,experience is the best teacher.  Borne doctors may -write in favor of Pe-  , rnna. Other doctors may write against  It. Bntitis the testimonyofthe mothers  and fathers who are rearing families,  who love their children, who must  economize aa to doctor bills, who are  raising little boys and girls lnto;men and  women of the future, it is the testimony'  of such people that really counts.  There ia no way to positively ascertain  how many families in the United States  rely upon Peruna for the many climatic  ailments to which tlie family is subject.  The number must be a great one. Sever4  al millions perhaps. They have learned  bow to use Peruna for ordinary ailments, and in that way are guarding  their homes against more serious diseases.  Such ailments as coughs and colds,  sore throat and catarrh, croup and colic,  indigestion and loss of appetite, anemia  and nervousness, all these ailments are  promptly relieved by a few doses of  Peruna at ihe right time.  Millions of provident mothers and  fathers are guarding the interests of tho  borne by using Dr. Hartman's great  remedy, and profiting by his medicii'  booklets and personal advice.  '4*'  \Si  JMV  Catavrrti ��f StintaeH.  A MEALTMY-f^MJLlT''  tv/JYFLTL-&  Kept the Children Well.  Catarrhal Croup.  Few people realize how frequently  croup is caused by catarrhal congestion  of the throat. Probably nine cases out of  ten of croup is of the catarrhal variety.  The medical profession recognizes  three forms of croup. The spasmodic variety, membranous croup and catarrhal  croup.  Nearly every case isof the catarrhal variety, aud a few doses of Peruna taken at  the first appearance of the catarrhal  symptoms ii generally sufficient to avert  the attack of croup altogether.   ,  C-onp is a frightful disease. a No disease of children so alarm's the househoM.  Mrs. K. Kane, 196 Sebor St,, Flat 1, Chicago, III., writes:  "Peruna has been used so long in our family that I do not know;  how I could get along without it.  "I have given it to all of my five children at different times wnen j  they suffered with croup, colds and the many ailments that children  are subject to, and am pleased to say that it has kept them in splen- j  did health.  "I have also used It for a catarrhal difficulty of long standing,  and it cured me in a short time, so I have every reason to praise  Peruna."  Mr. John M. Stansberry, Amarillo,Tex., writes* p  t v "For several years I had catarrh of the stomach.   I was htrtH*  able to do anything, and could, notjeatwlth any .satisfaction, ;i_j V -M  When I commenced using Peruna, I weighed only A10 pound*  V took six; bottles, commencing in the sprihg.'and by the following  winter I had gained 63 pounds. ��� '������{  "I owe it all'to Peruna. It cannot be praised too highly. H  'I am forty-five1year* old,and my occupation'^Hat of archHec^  and builder."    ���....:��� . .,*���.    ���.'% f���--.+-.' -:'-   f'l  It is Impossible to estimate how many  homes have been protected against croup  by the proper use of Peruna.  Household Remedies.  "There is no remedy in the world  which has proven so'popular for catarrh  as Peruna. It has been used for moro  than thfrty years and cured thousands  of cases, as proven by our testimonials.  In tho early history of this country  every family hr.d its home-made medicines. Herb teas, bitters, laxatlves'arid  tonics wore to l<o found in nlmost'.evcry  house, compounded  by lliw housewife,  sometimes aaalated by the apothecary or  the family doctor.  Furnishing medical compound* direct  to the people, through the druggiata, ia  simply the extension of the practice began by the people themselves.  Nervous System ��� Wreck.  John O. Hirdler, Oarflaid, Has., write*:  "On December 2, 1899, I waa Injured  by a fall on the Santa Fe B. B., and my  entire nervous system was Impaired  by the same. The helplof a physician  w:is useless. I believe I tried every one  in the vicinity, but all war* aiika aud I  1 ^^*  remained without atrength.        ;   '.' j i.  "I then tried Peruna, and after _iing  It for three months waa totally well.  I am aerenty-one year* old, and my work  on the railroad is hard and tedioua, bnt  I can work like a young man in all klnda  of weather, heat, cold, rain, anow or  storm alike. . ,  "Peruna is the poreat and beat miadl-  etoe, and if used according to direction*,  ;.'^^?W!',ll^Wd'^r"'oT��rWTeBTy^i��w  with catarrh of Oui Mama, ihnmfamd  dlgesttve organs. I conaulUd many  pnyaieiana, but they did maii<tg<ft>d. .  .. J-'Onedar I >app��|ied^to^a-Uom�� tap*  timonlala in your Parana almanac. IX  decided to try Parana and Manama. ;I  bought aL bottle of each andafter tikiala  them for"a week, I noticed a'ehanc* tit  the better.   801 kept It *p and after n*>  ltjwill help any person and care any die- ing. twelve' txttaeaTwiametieettreurml.  eaae for which it is recommended'. I'reo-1 >_ aiao gave} thexoediSn* SmyThild-  nmmnn.1 rti. mwHoin- K*'m^M.k-. -~-~d they h��i iWaame Derieflclal ri*  I would never be without theie  ommend this medicine by my own experience ' to any one Buffering from an  ailment on the order of mine."  for Herself ami Children.  Mrs. Aline DePasse, 776 E. 185th St.,  New York, N. Y., writea:  .���������'���  "It gives mo pleasure to testify to the  curat!vequali ties of Peruna and Manalln.  ran and I  ault.  remedies in the honae. ,3  "I highly recommend Parana; a^id  Manalln to all my friends, end.tnfaat, t��  everybody." i     ���  Thouaanda of f itmlllea have learned W  troat and believe in Dr. Hartman'a'}vd|r>  ment, and to rely on hia remedy ,P*raa��_  Ask your Druggist for a Free Peruna Almanac for '1909  TOM  MARKS, COMEDIAN  PHOENIX OPERA HOUSE   NEXT WEEK  Farmers Represented at Ottawa.  The Farmers of Canada are to have  a representative in the House of Commons during this session. The Family Herald and Weekly Star, of Montreal, has engaged a practical farmer to  attend the session and write a weekly  letter to that paper, telling the farmers  of Canada how Parliament is conducted, as he sees it. The man engaged is not, only a practical farnu r  but is well able to write such a letter.  He is said to be a man absolutely free  from political ( rejudice, and no doubt,  his weekly letter will be of great interest  to all Canadian farmers.  The Family Herald and Weekly  Star only one dollar a year, or will be  sent on trial to new subscribers for the  Session (about six months) for only  twenty-five cents.  | Church Services Tomorrow $  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  SIMPLE RECIPE ,  IN RHEUMATISM  SplendidRecipefor Home  Made   Rheumatism  and Kidney Cure  To relieve the worst forms of Rheumatism, take a teaspoonful 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 druggist*, 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  take this 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 out and preserve it. Good  Rheumatism prescriptions which really  relieve are scarce, indeed, and when  you need it, you want it badly.  JOHN APPLEBY,  BUILDER   AND  CONTRACTOR  DEALER IN ALL   KINDS OF BUILDING   MATERIAL  SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL  KINDS OF SHOP AND REPAIR WORK  OmCE AND SHOP,  P.O.  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PPT?,'- Tubes and Halk-Pound Tins,'  im-i  ���^^���JJJJ^W'M1-^  ,8&  ���7.4'fyH  The very best books and other rpding "just out ���just^n.;.  "copyrights.^',   Books:.are.,unalterable friends;-<fijl  leasure  hours profitably; knowledgeis power, for adornment,and use.  rtagaztnes and Newspapers yl^f; V'v ^..*',;v;;::  ?'1tti3<i':-%\ We'receive alltpdpulap'magazines'arid newspapers re&larfy, 7 ;  '?��dk��-.*'&^ o'ur-:seittt!orij'irwehave not got the: 1  magazine you  wish,  we  will  "procure it for' yotil  [77��^M��ininWlVM'i'V,t*Tv  v;*��,:��  #17  (��>  THE  I- Ul  i^iv-��iiiniiM:  .^-fcCWiXi  rEmp^ys^a7 system  which -���. makes at  ,itj easy' [for, its '.out-of-town depositors,  ; to��� 7 open .:.,*��� 'accounts a 7; and    transact  business   by   mail   with   any   of  its  V iisti'i't'tiMiiiw-i.  '^fifiiW^  II   ilfif TV ��NE BMNCI Of FICES   Jl  DETAIliED  WP0RMAT10N  PLRKISHEB ON REQUEST.  �����&-,  -^r,av.;iYr:u-..*.v.~:  CIGARS #N0 TOBACCOS  .   The smoking habit is not such, a bad habit: if you smoke  ���|��-,^'<��Xuckett's;Club,:Spwial'''jlhe'xigar'worth:white;"'vA"'big two  i^Sij^bits 'worth at half; the, money.   We keep many other choice  Our lin������,o|^��tationery was never more complete.  We. have  ;&*jj**g��a^iejec^stoek of papeteries, linens- and^ w.pves.^ajso; a'icdm-  ,Er .tv>pl|i*frt^ arid  7 price.    Our stock of Inks, Pens, Pencils, Muscelage, Blank  7     ^ :-'Ti:'-  mMMMmm^^mM  laalllole ���> Qtttnwoof  ;   7'   (Continued)  It   was-decided  that  ten    western  members ofthe institutein good standing shall constitute a quorum at all  general meetings of the branch.  The question of where the fifth  general meeting shall be held, in May  next;'was left for the council to decide.  ��� Several matters calculated to facili  tate the more effective carrying out of  the duties of secretary of the branch  were dealt with.  pri motion of Mr. Keffer, seconded  by Mr/ Belt, it  was  resolved:    "That  the''council'of the Western Branch request at  the next general meeting of  the Institute in Monreal that, in view  of the isolation ot the western members  from'the main body of she Institute,  the'appropriation available for the pur-  pose.of defraying the ordinary expenses  of thisbranch be,increased from 25 to  46%^ of: the fees of'members in good  standing enrolled as members  of the  branch; and[that the money so payable  be;rernitted to the credit of the western  branch^ in  quarterly  instalments,  for  disbursement under the direction  of  the council of the branch.":  vin   this   connection   the   secretary  mentioned that at the time the branch  was organized, in January, 1908, there  ,was a western membership of the  In-  -stitute of'about 133  members, including 53 elected in October, 1907, following the visit to the west of the secretary,of the Institute, Mr.   H.   Mortimer    Lamb. . vDuring ,    i9o8,>    61  members had beeri elected which, after  deducting five who* had' either'resigned  or gone east, left;a. western- membership   of   189.-���" Six'-applications  for  'membership are. now,, awaiting .action  by the council, and  upon  election of  these -applipants- the-membership  of  the western branch wjlj,number 195. .  Resolved, on > motion . of, W. C. H.  \Vils6n,   'seconded   oy   Mr.    Fowler:  "That this meeting  hereby  expresses  its-''appreciation  of the services  ren  dered to themihing lindustn' by-the  first .and: present-'Minister "f Mine;:,  Hon.  Wm.  Templeman,  and of the  action of,the Right   Hon, the ;Premier  of   Canada   m   retairiing' Hon.   Mr.  Templefnan-in that tiflice." ��� '  A resolution was also adopted, on  the motion of Mr. - Keffer, seconded  -by 'Mr. Fowlep, expressing appreciation  of the services rendered the mining industry" of British Columbia by the  I'Minihg "Record," published at' Victoria,'and 'during the last' four years  edited by,the^present secretary of the  Western Branch of the Institute, and  trusting, that circumstances will' soon  permit Mr. Jacobs to again direct, its  publication; -Messrs. .Keffer, Fowler,  Kiddie; and Retallack all spoke to this  motion, mentioning especially the general reliability and independent character of the, "Mining Record,"  The secretary mentioned that A. B.  "Wi HodgesI had been* nominated by a  fnumb'ef bf'w'estem members for ele  to the^council of the-parent institute at  . its7nextgeneralt meeting;, also, ,that,in  "keepTng>Si^4fe,i^i^Wgs4 method the  institute  had - last   year   adopted  for  electing its secretary and treasurer, the  secretary   of   this   branch  would  be  appointed  by a  letter  ballot -of   its  council.  Mr. A. Burnett, of the B.C. Copper  company's engineering staff, read a  paper entitled "Some Notes on Gas  Power and its 'Applicability to Mining."  This was discussed at length by Mr,  R. VV. Hihfon, while Mr. Fowler corn  plimented the writer upon the manner  in which he had dealt with his subject,  and the clearness: and appropriateness  of the language he had.used in his  paper. Mr Burnett replied to a question asked by,; Mr.  Kiddie as to the,  and. elec-  In and Around Phoenix *  BRIEF   TOPICS  OFJLOCAL  AND   GENERAL  INTEREST   TO   PHOENICIANS.  winter   carnival  FI��K,     XlFlS  ASH        I  ACCIDKNK  nAifar  BOUNDS.-'  s  3<ktyit��f -'  co.��-Mi��.��i<*xtei!  Fbo?" t^a'king"  ��� ��� y ������'f��i_A:j'B  affidXTviv^ "  ���&t  PHOBNO^rKC?' ���  f  %.:  :\   If)  yh  'kV.  xK-:-  ti&h.  !.��  ��.-���'������'���  SPLENDID  ;i,;i��Sl?ORt:,'v.,,  HANDSOME  WROEHIES r  AND; PRIZES  i%m\'.  from  UNDgR . THE',  'AUSPICES OF  THE CITIZENS OF  1    ROSSLAND  OANtKL THOMAS .  . President  'I  TRANSPORTATION  iv:''v!;.:-',-.'i--;^:'.^.';v  for Information jkpp_v to ���  H. P. CRANEY.  '���', '   8��cri tarv  I^OGKE^  Champiotuhlp of B.C.  Ski Jumping  ; Charaplomblp of  ' Canada ���   ���; \  Snowshoe  Skating  rharaploniihlp of the  Province  TQBf)aGANlM[G;  CURLING  BONSPIEL  HORSE RAGES 7  AND OTHER  EVENTS :  MASQUERADE AND,  DANCE ���   '���%  000D MUSIC  relative cost^of gas 'power  tn^y^respectiyely; :; ;-;  "���M.D.,Mcintosh^'Superintendent of  the. Mother Lode' mine, read a' paper  on ."Mining Methods and Equipment  at_'.the.'.Mothjer "1^^,' mine,^Boundary  district," and at its close explained,' at  Mr.. Fowler's request, the advantage  gained in using a spiral raise as distinguished from a straight raise.     . ,   A paper on "Mineral Productionj of  British Columbia in 1908," by';E.:  Jacobs, was read, title only, by Mr.  Jacobs explaining that since its facts  '���and'fig'wes<"lia^Vq^if;e"T,ec'e^tlyf"'-bfeen  puDl^'s^ed,-i-they bad;4ajready been  placed before those present. The  papexj^wpuld. be submitted, with ^he  others read that day, to the annual  meeting of the institute a few weeks  later. ;��� ���?  As time was too short to allow.; of  an intended reading and discussion of  a paper-read at'the meeting in Victoria  last September byr-A.^Bi W.  Hodges  on; "The  Importancft-of- Low-Grade  BoundaryiiPr^i^^ejGjpDpjsr ^roduq-1  ,tiopAof;��!!anflda;" those present_ were: in-  -foraed.ilttUhis^auJ&^  by the Institute in its quarterly bulletin.  Mr. Kiddie gave the  meeting 6ome  information concerning experiments he  had teen making in riffle sampling.  '" "'"Mr." Keffer added a few remarks' relative to results obtained when  samp  Ijngores from the^Mother Lode mine..  ,;f.;<)n-|motion o\(^kx. Fowlfir.'/edonded  by Mr. Isa^c,.| cojnprehifensive vote of  thanks was passed  by the visitois to  the mayor and council of Greenwood  for courtesies .extended; to several local  members of the''branch -for'- arrange  ments   for : the -meeting  and ! for the  entertainment'ofcthe'visitors; to  the  Cinderella club and  the  Greenwood  club for their hospitality; to the officials  of the British Columbia Copper  company for showing the visitors over the  company's smelting works, and   taking  them to the Mother Lode mine; to the  ProvinciaJ.Government.Agerit (Mr, W.  G. MeMynnj for-the use of a room in  the court house building in which  the  meeting  had' Been' held; arid to the  newspapers published at  Greenwood,  Phoenix, Grand  Forks, Rossland and  JSJelson, respectively,.for publishing information    concerning   the    meeting.  Adjournment,   sine,  die,    then "took  t>kce>K:y>'l   \WXXfJP-\V>:���.  Rossland's annual  opens on Tuesday.  Sewing machine for sale cheap, at  Stcmwinder hotel.  Oyster cocktails at the Brooklyn  bar���oysters  fresh daily.  Always the best, now better than  ever; select the Boundary cigar.  Mr. arid Mrs. Walter Hasbrook left  this wees for Portland, Oregon.  Wanted���positions as cook and  waitress; apply  at Sternwinder hotel.  The Misses Crawford of Greenwood  were the guests of Mrs. D. J. Matheson this week.  D. J. Darrah of Rock Creek was in  town for a few days this week renewing  did acquaintances.  Ixjst���Nickel-cased watch with chain  attached; finder will be suitably rewarded on leaving at Pioneer office.  A special rate of fare and one thiid  has been arranged for over the Great  Northern to Rossland's winter carnival.  A. McQueen has gone to Rossland  to take part in carnival  sports,  position at the War  Eagle  has  taken by Wm. Riley.  James McGregor, of Nelson, mine  inspector, was in camp for a few days  this week, after haying attended the  mining institute at greenwood.  There will be a meeting of Phoenix  curling club tomorrow night to choose  rinks for the curling competition -with  Greenwood for the Burns ciip.   ;  'Rev. F. J. Rutherford of Greenwood  will occupy the pulpit ofthe Methodist  church next Sunday evening; and  administer the sacrement: of the Lord'*  Supper. ,  .-   ���    .;;' ''.:"''''? H  It begins to look as if Our old friend  Xiinothy .Baldwin is going to fall in  with the matrimonial procession. He  has secured a license to wed M'ss May  Bennett of Greenwood. ,  If you are needing anything in the  line of furniture, either in the mrdium  or better lines, call and' see us before  buying elsewhere���At N. Binns' old  stand���C. F. Edwards.  His  been  Phoenix is to have another bakery  in the near future. The Scotch bakery  W��ll open next to Love's drug store  about Feb. 10th. All kinds of fresh  apd fancy baking will be supplied,.  Carl Helmer appeared before His  Worship J. Marshall on Thursday  afternoon, on a charge of obtaining  goods under false pretenses, and was  remanded. The case-will come up  next week.   ,  - '  A naval seaman has once every day  to salute the quarter-deck of his ship,  even if.no officer is upon it. 'iSalada"  Tea is in such ' popular favor that  many people feel like saluting a packet  wherever seen.  H. P. Dickinson and A. G. Larson,  of Rossland, who had been attending  the mining institute at Greenwood,  were guests of O. 8. Smith and Charles  JJiesel on Wednesday; ' They also took  a hand in curling on Tuesday evening,  '"The pupils-of Mrs; M. D. Murray's  class in vocal and instrumental music  will give a recital in Phoenix opera  house on. the evening f of February  22nd A splendi^ piogram.of vocal  and piano seieefipps i�� now under pre?  paration.  Mr. arid Mrsro. B. Smith, Dr. and  Mrs.'' Dickson, Miss Markley, Miss  .Manhart, W. S. Macy~and G. L. Mc-  Nicol attended the social evening  tendered by. the-Cinderella club -of  Gyeeriwood to mepibers of the mining  instiluteiaridfriep^f op Vfonday.  . As&iCf Crawford1 was in town from  Rock Creek for a few days 'this week,  Mr. Crawford is iiowjriinning the store  there formerly owned by G. 6, Guise.  He reports a splendid turnout at a  complimentary banquet given A. VV.  Sowtei at ; Myncaster on Monday  evening. Mr. Sowter has until recently  been customs officerTat'that point biit  is- leaving for Ottawa to. enter the  statistical department.  - Greenwood hockey team, passed  through town on; Monday en route  for Grand Forks ito play their postponed game in the Boundary league  At. Grand Forks they were defeated by  a score of 6 to 1 in an interesting game  of hockey, the win giving Grand Forks  a lead oyer Phoenix for (the Boundary  championship. However, Phoenjx expects to be again tie for the championship honors this (Friday) evening, A"5  we go to press Phoenix and Greenr  wood are fighting it out on the local  ice with the chances of winning strongly  in favor of the Phoenix team.  Phoenix Rebekah lodge entertained  Mrs: Keith of New Westminster, president of the assembly of Rebekah lodges  of   British   Columbia,   on   Thursday  evening.    A special dinner was served  at   the   Hotel   Brooklyn   at   530,   at  which about thirty of local and visiting  Rebekahs were present.    Later in the  evening  degree work  was put on in  their   hall,   a  number  of candidates  being initiated.    Mrs. Keith, who is on  an offcial tour of the province, gave  an interesting .account of the work of  the order throughout British Columbin,  as well as of the proceedings  of the  Sovereign grand assembly which  was  held in Denver last summer and which  she attended as a delegate.    The lodge  proceedings were followed by a dance  in the hall,  concluded  with  refresh-  ments, and a very pleasant  evening  was spent by those present,  For a mild freedrawing cigar ask  for the Boundary.  !l)ry wood in car lots. Apply to  J. Trombley, Phoenix, B. C.  Before buying your furniture elsewhere, call on R. I.Gardner.  Patronize home industry and smoke  the Boundary cigar���union made.  Mrs. L. Y. B:rnie and Miss Doris  returned Wednesday evening from  Seattle.  The cash receipts of the Phoenix  Minstrel show in Greenwood last week  were $170.  Dr.Simmons, dentist, will be at his  Phoenix office, bank block, Feb. 10 to  13th.    Phone A. 18.  Mince meat, lean hams and bacon  all Canadian product���P. Burns & Co.,  at very reasonable prices.  An effort is being made to institute  a lodge of Pythian Sisters in Phoenix.  A charter has been applied for.  Do you want to quit shivering and  shaking eveiy time you go out? If so  we can help you.    Love's Drug Store.  Mrs. J. H. Wray has returned from  Nelson and will remain in town for a  few weeks to dispose of her household  tflecls.  Blake Wilson, the popular manager  for P. Burns & Co., in the coast province, was in camp last week on a trip  of inspection.  A large consignment of Bourbon  whiskies just received at the Brooklyn  ���--"Jessie Moore,"; V'Old Kentucky"  and "Private Stock," all famed Ameri-  can whjskies7    ���f 7The. sensation of the week in curling  W-8 thie defeat of Cam bell's crack rink  b/y,the. Sherbino quartette, the score  being; 10��� 11. Sherbino won the game  with the last stone throwri.  A, jojnt installation of Greenwood  an4 Midway lodges, -Knights of  Ityjhias, took place at Greenwood on  Wednesday evening, after which an  elaborate banquet was served. R. H.  McCracken, J. Burby, Max Berger  ant} G. Kay of Phoenix attended  District deputy Grand Chancellor G  Chappie officiated.  Loteit Mining Slock Quotations.  ���rr>  All-erU Coal and Coke      .C8  B.C. Copper       7.75  Dom in. Copper 43?.f  Granby'..              100 00  Charles Dickens          Cons. Smelters ...    85.00  Copper Kims.  . 43b  Gertie   ���   .7       .(12Jg  Heclu       3 10  Internntioual Coal ... .G2Je  Kendall  ....    ���  .,        .80  Misooula Copper. t"'8!��-  Nabob  .   .2'..  (torn Paul  ....             .04 .  Panhandle Smelter... 24.C  Itambler-Caribuo  .14U.  Rex  7's  ��� nowcioi in 7       2.03.  Snowsl oe   -~x4,  MJlllVHIl  .  .C0.V  ^IllllVHIl    HoikIf  .,.  ���SU'ttBrl   .(>2'..  T��mHii'('.k-Chef:apt'ak����        .80  . 10j_  800  ��� MM  100.00  ,.05  .03^'  4.50  75  100  .04  05  I'A  .l��?o  .10  2.1K1  ��� >h  .01  75  1.10  PHOENIX OPERA HOUSE  Morriii, Thompson  & Company  v  NIGHTS  3  COMMENCING MONDAY, KEN. >  C.A N A DA'S COM Ii 1 >I A N  TOM MARKS  Supported by a Big Company  Eigeae 0er|y Qles at RoiiiiKt  A wire from Rossland to the Pioneer  Slates that Eugene Derby died there  yesterday morning from phneumonia  Deceased had been electrician at the  Snowshoe mine here for some months,  but* left about ten days ago for Ross  land, where he had been drinking  heavily prior to his death. Deceased  leaves a wife in Phoenix;.  Household F-riit-rc for Sale  For sale, the following household  furniiurp: Sideboard, extension table,  writing desk, bedroom sets, rugs, car  pets, couch, parlor tables, rockers,  chairs, heaters, range, cooking utensils,  dishes, wash tubs, ringer, spray for  chicken coop, etc. A^pply to Mrs. J.  H. Wray, Ironsides avenue,  ppwpw-m  Shots at Passing Shadows  Yelterday morn���(twas a heartrending nceno)���  .'���?���' BJlorpy after t^e break of day ;  Standing; o'er Ihe grate of one faint Eugene,  :f.   All heads were beared, to departed 8h a.  Revs. Mclvor and Cunnirgham ��aid a last amen,  :'.A|ij>ey. mounted a slab with depailed'sslaff;  Wfce'n the dead came suddenly to life again  "And nirlancholy gazed on his own  epitaph.  "|f you. hayen't got a Sunday suit to  go  jp a dance with, take somebody  is  the .motto  cf a Snowshoe  W'  GROCERY  DEMRL  HOME-MADE PRESERVES  PLUMS  APRIOOTE  PBAOHiiS  PEARS  BLACKBERRIES  CHERRIES  put up in heavy syrup, by a lady  in  Phoenix.  We offer these to you in sealers:  Monday Night  AN IRISH  EMIGRANT  New Songs  New Pictures  Up-to-date Specialties  Pints   .'.'  Quarts...  35c.  60c.  FORCE  Prices, 50c,  35c and 25c  RJeserved Seats at Brown's'  WOOD  ���-.-������ ft ���' ���������  ' 'I'he merry jingle of numerous "hells  on [he new Gilhs stage line' from  Moth^ Lode drew passing.attention  Saturday evening; it made its initial  't|rjp lp7time for the local dance.  ''' '���'   ������  ���;������ It j�� said some miners are in the  ba^it of wearing evening clothes in the  dR^jyfne,' This :is not exfraordinary.  Theji|pprt was probably started by,the  liiilkrp^n who noticed.the home comers  frorn a-recent dance.  First-Class Pir and Tam-  arac Wood, $5 per cord  Pine Wood, $4.50 per cord  Pine Wood, double cut,  $600 per cord  Wood Delivered on Short Notice.  'Phone B32  We offer this great breakfast  fi-od this week, at a fraction of  the right price.  RrCULAR SIZED PACKAGE 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 cts  lb.  Onions, 5 cts; lb.  Beets and Parsnips,  ;:       5 cts, lb.  Turnips and Carrots,  4 cts. l]bi  We will have some very fine  Lettuce and Celery this evening.  Johnson & Anderson  I Warm  THE   PASSING   SHOT  | shot an arrow into thp air, it fell  in ffte distance J knew not w^ere, till  a neighbor said it killed his calf, and I  had to pay him. si* and a half (6.50)  I bought some poison to slay some  rats, and a neighbor swore that it killed his cats; and rather than argue  across the fence, I paid him four dollars and fifty cents ($4.50). One  night I set sailing a toy balloon, and  hoped it would soar till it reached the  mcon; but the candle fell out on a  farmer's straw, and he said I must  settle or go to law. And that is the  way with the "passing shot:" it never  hits in the proper spot; and the joke  you spring that you thing so smart,  may leave a wound in some fellow's  heart.  Challenge tq WffJ. Biner of Pboenlx  J, Robert Pritchard, champipp  middleweight of Wales, do hereby  challenge young Biner of Phoenix to  box, under Marquis of Queensberry's  Rules, ao rounds for points, in Miners'  Union opera house,  Signed Robert Pritchard.  Phoenix, Jan. ��8tb, 1909.  Winter Isn't- Over Yet  WOOL UNDERWEAR  ARTIC  OVERSHOES  MACKINAW SUITS  FLANNEL SHIRTS  Don't Catch Cold  Be Comfortable  Be Healthy  FUR-LINED GLOVES  FUR-LINED CAPS  OVERCQATS  MITTS  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 jeach of  ,.:anyone.  Prices -run from $35.00 lo  %jo.oo,payable $j.oo per month,  or jo% ofi 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  our 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.  Gent's   furnishings  J  r.  <  fr,*^'*a*-Hvii'HV���� '���������� ���".!  111 " "     K T A, J -SKWMSCKj.

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