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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Nov 7, 1908

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 AND   BOUNDARY   MINING  JOURNAL.  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA. SATURDAY. NOVG VIBE 11 7,   i )oS  No.; 5 V  MOM DA Y  BEING  GIVING  I fl 5  Fresh Shipments of Cranberries  Sweet Potatoes, Squash, Celery  and Lettuce.  DUNCAN    KOSS,   I.IUEKA1.   CANDIDATE,   YAI.E CARIBOO.  IP YOU ARE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING SPECIAL FOR THANKSGIVING  DINNER, CALL IN AND WE WILL  HAVE IT.      ���*������������*���    '*?���*?..���*?   *r   *>   ���?   &  I  JUST A PEW SUG  GESTIONSPROM  OUR STOCK  .^^3  CREAMS  AND  SUGARS  $4.50;  $6.50; $10.00  Berry  Bowls  $6.50  $10.50  $13.50  GOLD  GOODS  JWMWMLi-u^i'jU'qi  BRACELETS, Plain  $10 and xip  BRACELETS, Fane 7  $ 5 to $75  BROOCHES,  $2.25 to $150  RINGS,  $1.00 to $300  These are all solid Gold, and  good value. We have a large as-  s'>rtmenl, and mote to come.  Duncan Ross is one of the -most prominent men in British Columbia, and  is equally well known on the coast and in the interior. Born^in Bruce county,  Ontario, in 1870, he was educated at Kincardine High'School. Coming to  this province nearly twenty years ago he taught school for a number ol years  at the coast and afterwards became travelling correspondent for the Victoria  Times, with Hon. Win. .Templeman. About twelve years.ago Mr. Ross came  to the Boundary, establishing ihe Boundary Creek Times in Greenwood, which  for, a time was run as a daily.  During his residence in Greenwood Mr. Ross has been most active in  promoting the welfare of both Greenwood and the Boundary generally, always  taking a leading part in municipal matters'. Iri'" November', 1904, Mr. Ross  was elected to the House of Commons as Liberal representative for Yale-  Cariboo, over Martin Burrell, Conservative, who is his present opponent. As  representative al Ottawa he has never been lagging in fighting for the interests  of his constituency. His vigorous fight in parliament to .make possible, the  building of the Y. V. & E. placed ihe Yale Cariboo member,' prominently before the public a few years ago, and the.extention of the Great Northern railway through the Similkameen today is a monument to his parliamentary scrapping qualities against C. P. R. opposition. Public improvements in nearly  every part of the riding stand to his credit.*   Mr. E.oss has a'  thorough   grasp  of theipoliticaLiss.ues..of the riav andls'ieaks with the"fearresWef��"oro"ne ready  to prove his statements. .."'.'���'.. ;_  <    SOCIALIST MEETING  TUESDAY EVENING  Parker Williams, M.P.P., and  Chas. Bunting Will Speak.  A public meeting will be held in  Phoenix opera house next' Tuesday  evening, when Parker Williams, M.P.I?.,  for Newcastle, will speak in the interests of Charles Hunting, Soc'a'ist  candidate in Vale-Cariboo. Mr. Bunting will also be present and open the  meeting with a short addiess.  Arrangements have also been made  to have Hon. Walter Scott, premier of  Saskatchewan, present on this occasion. Hon. Mr. Scott will bespeaking at Grand Forks on Mm day, and  Greenwood on Wednesday, so that an  address by him in Phoenix is practically assured.  MARTIN BURRELL AT  PHOENIX MONDAY  E.   A.   BLACK,  JEWELER.  Yale-Cariboo Next Tliu'Siiav.  j What will   happen  on  next  Tn-ir<ii:iy,  Js a thought' that makes us cross;  For  we   cannot   tell   who'.I 'gi/t   there,  Burning, Burrell or Duncan Rosi.-.  1'oties loudly claim the victory,  Say 'tis sure as rise of sun,  Thai our next man in the Commons  Will be: Martin, Peerless One.  Grits just as  firmly argu",  Thai the tide of voles will send  Genial Duncan hack to office,  With mine-portfolio tiend.  '1\> ibis Hunting's henchmen answei  With retort both sharp and quick,  "To the tiinbe-.s with tlie grafter.'*,  Socialists will turn the trick."  So ihey snarl and light and argue,  Slinging mud, still forth and back;  liach one eager in his ardour  To get in the hardest whack.  All at sea, the voter meanwhile  As to business mixed and vexed,  Can but wait with scanty patience  For returns on Thursday next!  THE.jJEWELER  Will     Address   Electors     in  Opera House, 7 p.m.  Electors of Phoenix will be given an  opportunity of hearing Martin Burrell,  Conservative candidate for Yale-Can  boo on Monday evening, Nov. 9th.  The meeting will take place in Phoenix  opera house and will commence at  seven o'clock in order not to conflict  ,with other attractions on the same  evening  Mr. Buirell, who has been on a  campaign tour through the Similkameen, will come to-Phoenix fully prepared to deal with all political issues  of interest. He is a fluent and entertaining speaker and all electors in town  should make it a point to attend the  meeting.  Special Thanksgiving Rates  j      For Thanksgiving Day the Canadian  j Pacific Railway company   announce a  j rate of fare and one third for the round  trip.     Tickets on sale   Nov.   71b, Sth  and 9th,  inclusive,   final   return   limit  November 11 th.  FINISH SURVEY  TO PENTICTON.  C.P.R. Runs Preliminary from  Nichola East.  . The C.P.R.   has jus', completed   a  preliminary survey of, the  route which  the extension pi   the Spences .Bridge-  Nicola .line-may take from Nico|a to  Penticton.     Ultimately   the   line   will  be continued from Penticton  to Al id-  way,  where it will   link   up   with   the  Columbia &  Western  railway,, finally  furnishing:a C.P.R. line'from Vancouver to the Boundary country.  .   Whether the C.P.R.   or the Great  Northern will be the first to connect the  Boundary with the coast is a matter of  considerable speculation.    The  roads  havo started construction from opposite  ends, the C.P.R. from Spences Bridge  and the Great Northern from Keiemeos  and both are surveying and building a  little more road all the time.  l'he survey just completed by the  C.P.R. was carried out by Mr. H. E.'  Carry of the company's engineering  staff. He started the work in April  and has just returned to Vancouver.  The line tr.iverses one hundred and  sixty miles in running between Nicola  and Penticton and it is learned that  excellent grades have been secured.  ���The route, while not given exactly  lor publication, lies through the Similkameen valley and into the Okanagan,  where it skirts thetownofSummerland  en route to Penticton. 'l'he C.P.R.  already has a number of preliminary  'surveys of possible routes from Penticton to Midway.  It is not presumed that any immediate results will follow the completion  of the survey carried but by Mr. Cany,  but reports and field notes are now  being compiled for transmission to  headquarters, and it is possible another  step toward the construction of the  line may be taken next summer.  A notice which appears elsehwere in  this issue o' the Pioneer with reference  to the registering of the plan and pro  file of the Columbia & Western Railway from West YRobson to Midwiy  also lends color to the idea that the C.  P.R. are considering the resuming of  construction at an early date.  Boundary Mining Notes  Canada Voles Solid.  There maybe a difference of opinion  amongst the voters of Canada rt yarding political matters, but when it cunies  to a question of a newspaper to suit the  Canadian people the vote is solid lor  ihe Family Herald and Weekly Star of  Montreal. It is marveliou-i "h.u |><>| u-  larity that paper enjoys. Ii is well deserved too, for it is beyond question  the best dollar's worth to lie had.  livery home in Canada should receive  that great weekly, when it can be had  for one dollar a year. In lhi�� section  it reaches almost every home, and not  one of them would think of letting  their subscriptions expire. The Family  Herald and Weekly Star is loo good to  miss even a single copy.  Chief of Police Gunn is  able  10 be  around again after a week's illness.  R V. Chisholm Returns to Phoenix.  R. V.,Chisholm, who has been conducting a hotel in Rossland since April  returned to Phoenix last week and is  again running the Alexander Hotel,  which for some months has been conducted by McGillis and Williams.  Birgitln in  Furniture.  The furniture complete in ten-room.  house in best location in city, with  reversion of iease. All in good order  and ready lo move in. Will be sold  at good bargain. Apply to, A S. Hood,  Bank Block.  Phoenix Public School.  Fallowing is the tesult of a drawing  fxumiation held this week: Etta  Murray 71, Will Johns 71, Kate Bell  71, George Heidman 66, Ed. Murray  57, Gladys i'ickard 51, Anna Bell 44,  Ilattie Graham 44.  Hard Times Prizes.  The hard times hall given in Miner's  Union Hall on Friday evening of last  week was in every way a success.  Guests were present from Denoro,  Ehoit, Deadwood, Greenwood and  Boundary Falls. The Boundary Falls  orchestra gave splendid music. The  costumes included many striking make  ups. Miss Eva Vand was awarded  tbe prize for best ladies' hard times  costume, while W. Sullivan received a  similar prize for gentlemen. Mrs. A.  Gustafson of Denoro was awarded the  prize for best lady waltzer. It is the  intention to give another hard times  dance in the near future.  SAN FRANCISCO OPERA COMPANY.  Will   Present  -"The 'iTojrmaker" .and  "Dolly  Yardeii" Neil' 'W-^---i-^r-'-i-T,-"Vgdiy.:_.��   ��_T���i._.^���..u.ij(/i.n,' accnic equipment, beautiful costuming, vocal aoility  and all round proficiency the San  Francisco Opera company is the best  attraction of its kind ever offered in  Phoenix. There are 38 people in the  company, headed by Teddy Webb, the  king of comedians. They have a  chorus of California beauties who are  not selected for their looks alone, but  they can every one sing and dance.  This is really the Tivoli Opera  Company so famous in San Francisco,  only the name has been changed.  When the big earthquake catastrophe  devastated the Tivoli company of its  permanent home, Mr. Healy, the  manager took it on the road under the  name of The San Francisco Co.  Teddy Webb, Mabel Day, Eugene  Weiner, Fred Snooks, Ruby Norton,  Amy Leicestre, Frank Bernard, J.  Russell Powell, and many more of the  principals will be remembered by those  who have been entertained at the  Tivoli in  "Frisco."  For more than two and one half  years The Sin Fiuncisco Co. has had  nothing but success, both artistically  and financially. It has played long  engagements in all the western American cities, including Portland, Silt  Lake, Denver, Los Angeles, Spokane  and ma'iy others. Last summer it was  seventeen weeks at tho Grand opera  house, Seattle, and from that remarkable long run came direct to the present  tour of western Canada. From Vancouver to Winnepeg nothing but the  most flattering notices have bee.i  received ahout the people and the  plays they present. The ''Frisco"  company has been classed in every  instance as "The best operatic attraction that ever toured western Canada.  Through a combined gaur.mloe from  the house managers in Phoenix, Greenwood and Grand Forks, Mr. Mealy  has been induced to bring his company  to the boundary towns, liach manager  has bound himself liable for a considerable sum in order to give his  patrons this good attraction.  Two operas will be presented in  Phoenix. On Wednesday night "The  Toymaker" and on Thursday night  "Dolly Varden." These are both excellent operas. There is fun from start  to finish and there is also some exceedingly pretty music. For "Vim and  dash" coupled wilh elaborate costumes  and expensive stage settings, comedy  situations, light, music and thorough  enjoyment no better comic operas  have ever been produced.  The sale of seats will be at Brown's,  and not a vacant  lor either nights.  The 11.C. Copper company's smelter  treated 1 2,878 tons of ore this week,  as follows: Mother Lode, 11,070; Urp  I )enc ro,   1,463; other properties, 34 ;;.  There was a. general increase in  shipments from Boundary mines lbs  week, Mother I.ode figuring conspicuously. This week's total shipments  exceeded those ol last week by 4000  tons.  A large trestle work is being erected  at.ihe mouth of the No. 4 tunnel of  the Granby mines, 400-root level. The  trestlework is for convenience as a  landing place for teaming timbers into  the mine.  There are no new developments  regarding the Dmiinion Copper com-  puny. The reorganization is necessarily  of slow progress but the local manage  inent has every confidence in- the  ultimate outcome.- Arrangements are  not yet completed lor the satisfying of  creditors, but assurance is .given that  this will be done at an early date.  A-new spur is being built at the  Granby smelter by the Great Northern  railway. It will be about a quarter of  a mile long, running north of the  smelter, and will be used for the  storage of coke for the Granby company. M. Mclntyre of Phoenix has  the contract for the grading and has an  outfit at work all week. A new wagon  road will also have to be constructed.  JUDGE TAFT IS  NEW PRESIDENT  Tbe P.O.E. Royal Minstrels.  With &n orchestra of five pieces, the  minstrels are now getting into .the last  lap before turning the corner on the  home stretch rehearsals. The management are planning to give the performance on Nov. 27th.  Some of the conundrums which will  not be expounded at the show are below, the answers to these will be in  next week's Pioneer.-  1. Why did Eve swear when Adam  asked to kiss her?  2. If Satan lost his tail, where would  he find another?  3. Why is a .hen-pecked husband  like an opera hat ?  4. What's the difference between a  mischievous mouse and a charming  young lady ?  5. What's the best thing out for  real comfort?- ���      '.���A.-L>Sll.t~i. ^0u.,iEJJL.^_o_fo^vl-3   Card of Thanks.  I wish to extend may sincere thanks  to the many friends and neighbors  who were so kind to us during our  sickness and rendered assistance which  has been fully appreciated. Mrs.  Milton Fisher.  scat should   be  left  Buys Frull Ranch.  Joseph Labelle, sr., and Mrs. La-  belle left for Vernon this week, where  Mr. l.-ihelle has purchased a fruit  ranch, anil will reside in future. Mr.  Labelie paid $2,100 for ten acres, the  properly b-'ing located \% miles from  Vernon.  VALUABLE   S1RIKE AT WALLACE.  la Which Several Prominent Phoenix Men Are  Interested.  In driving the crosscut tunnel on the  property of the Raven Mining company  a blind ledge was cut when in 665 feet.  The vein is between 9 and 10 feet wide  and carries good values in silver and  lead. The crosscut is being continued  and it is thought that the main vein  will be intersected at a depth of approximately 100 feet.���Wallace (Idaho)  Miner.  On the directorate of the Raven  Mining company are the following  Phoenix gentlemen: Alvin Taylor, A.  S. Hood, W. S. Macy, also Dr.  Boucher, formerly of Phoeniv.  Uncle Sam Elects Republican  Candidate by Big: Majority*  The general elections throughput  the United States on Tuesday-resulted  in an bverwelming plurality of both the  electoral college vote and popular vote  for Judge William H. Taftto become  the successor of President Roosevelt.  Assured returns how give him 309  votes in the electoral college to 156  for Bryan, and his lead may yet be  mcreasid .,,:,.  The returns give Mr. Taft majorities  of 1,508,854, as against 510,000 for  Bryan, and it is expected, his lead  will be relatively increased when all  the returns are counted.    ���    ���'*,*,'   .  William H. Taft of Ohio has been  elected President with 309 votes.  Practically no change is indicated  in the National House of Representatives. ,   ������..-.-���, Y-s''-* '���'���������  The   United Sates Senate will   retain its present Republican   majority.  Governor Chas. E. Hughes has ;>een  re-elected in New York state by about  76,000 plurality.  Bryan carried Nebraska.  Taft has carried Ohio by a majority  of 50,000.  Taft   carried   New~YbrV civyYY*��y..  about 11,000 plurality,-this being the  first time the "city has given its vote to  a "Republican   candidate  since .1896,  when McKinley had a small plurality.  .Indiana has gone for Taft by from  15,000 to 18,000 majority.  Taft received a greater pluraltiy in  New York state than President Roosevelt did four years ago. :  Hisgen the Independence Party  candidate received about 28,000 in  Greater New York.  The indication is that Democratic  governors have been elected in several  of the Middle West States that have  given their Presidential votes "to Taft.  Taft has exceeded Roosevelt's plurality in New Jersey and Massachusetts  as well as in New York.  Taft practically carried, all the so  called doubtful states, except: Nebraska  where there was a Democratic victory.  Bryan has carried Nevada and Montana, in addition to the "Solid South,"  which includes Missouri  The election returns  were  received  in Phoenix with considerable enthuistn,  many of Uncle Sam's stalwarts residing -  here.    Taft's.rnany  admirers  cheered  lustily as the "pleasing retuma-arrived..  The  Brooklyn   hotel   showed  considerable enterprise in having a Great  Northern ticker   placed, in  the   hotel  for the occasion,   the   bulletins   being  posted as received during the. evening.  The returns were  also  received  at  the Bellevue and bulletined on a large  canvas on'the front of the bank block,  intermingled with moving pictures and  limelight views.  ��� Paiiouize horn : industry and smoke  "Boundary"cigar; union made, Havana  filled.  Kim's Birthday Dance  The King's 68th birthday.next Monday, will be celebrated in Phoenix by  Snowshoe Lodge, I. O. O. F., giving  its annual dance in Miners' Union  Hall in the evening. Boundary. Falls  orchestra of six pieces which has  already established a splendid reputation in Phoenix for supplying dance  music, has been engaged for the  occasion. As it is also Thanksgiving  evening, the dance promises to be the  event of the season in the Boundary.  Latest Prices in Metnu      '  Nuw York���Copper, electrolytic. *13-  37)4 % $ 13,87y. -. laKe.*13.82}4 @ $14.00.  Bar Silver, 52  ��� Lead, *4 57^ @ *4.<>2.  Ppel'er. l\ .70 <a $4.75  { BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE  Nov.  7, '08  %  rhc following  tat>le Rives the  urc shipments  of  Boundary mines for 190P,  for  T901. tor ,  1903, for 1903, for 1904, for 1905,   or 1906. aud 1907. us reported  to the Phoeaia f-it.neer���  Mink.  Grnuby Mines..  Snovv.sho*-   Phoinix  Anial.  B. C Copper Co.  Mother Lode....   5.340  B  C. Mine   19.494  Htnina   Oro Denoro   yonnic Belle _   Uom. Cop. Co....  Br'klyu-Stem   Idaho..    Rawhide   Sunset��   Moiintu Rose   Athelstan     1.300  MotriHoti ���    K. Bell   Senator   Brey PcRle   No. 37   Reliance   Sulphur  KiiiR...  Winnipeg -..  Golden Crown...  7 K'"K Solomon..  A 3ij- Copper   A No. 7 Mine   X City of Paris   ��� Jewel   6 Kiveiaide   I Carmi   7 Sally   Rambler   Butcher Boy   Duncan   * Providence ........  9 Klkhorn   * Slrathnioie   YGoUlm Kant"   9 Preston   A Prince Henry   5kylarli   i I Last Chance   I j K. f. 0. Mine   ,. Bay   ' ' Mavis   i y Don Pedro   ~ Creaceut   Ruby   Republic   Miscellaneous...   j.jjo  1900     1901       iooi       1903       1904       190s  &I.553 *31,;6a 309.S5S 393.715   Ss9.7��3    "S.*.**^  ��97      1.731    ao.Soo    71,213     ������  1900  801,404  S.4 36  1907  613-537  135.0��'  9O..034   141,330  ljS.079    174,30s    ���47J7'>  47,��05  650  14.SI  S.SJO  W.30S  33,937  15.537  37.940  t6,400  U.4S5  .1.007  105.^00  1,4*3  11 SCT4  3.177  304.331  1,713  1S.374  14.481  i.*-8 Wei  886,390 31.6  23 476 36  345  33S507 11,779'  Gi.}5��  S30  3'.35"      55 731  803     7,455    15,731  "550 ".'/.'.'."'.      i.Sii  3.339  363  1,076  3,350  160  1.040  "���'875  665  2,000    ,  350  IS  785  635  483  3,060  319  3.070  3.3SO  4,55��  3.450  333  364  33  3.435  79  35,108  3.056  1,747  >.��33  13  '50  ...30  ���45  140,685  3.960  16.031  48^90  3.SSS  43.395  13.353  64.17s  31.370  3'.358  649  5 78o  10,740  3,So3  5l'->  130  993  400  726  325  So .  3.450  335  500  50  310  60  75-J  5��  Mr,  586   30  I06  76  9  18  1,140  40  140  20  15  539  90  "05  40  700  55  60  224  7.1  40  yo  53  Total tons  96,600  300,800508.876  BX.CopperCo....:3...'. I.7.6., U��.<*o ��fo.,t3 ��*o.4M  Dom. Cop. Co ���      '33.5i�� .'��.93"  *    Total reduced.. 6J",3"9 34S.439 460,940 697.404 33; .65  j����4��-s��s��y-��><��-����-y<**K--^y��>��j��^��^<^����  690,419 839,!-'oS    :.(3,<3Sl.l6l,j37 1.148,337  1,202,939  ,016  C-S7,cHS 828,879  110 t\50 133,740  81059   3i8,Sii  637,636  34L933  153439  286,033  22,66'i  ���5< >  9-U,S-7 1,173,430 1,133.017 i,iSJ.l6j-33"18 (  ^���^^4V*��3^*-4.��fe<jHMMK< <3H9f  .,' ��� "|  f  I  1  w  m  m  m  fl  i  *rEUaj--^_ ,.*.*- rn  imiU  Hj|y  Vd*---    r  . :-Ny-'  i|:Ski|:���'-,  '1,.. Mil'. ��;.ji :<.'>:.  *fffpY;  M!llYt  %SgYYYKY;  Uri .'  f  THE PHOENIX PIONEER,  People generally���-  tell each other about  the  That is how the merits of  ���BOVRIL"  have become so universally  known. ���'Boyi-il" is a  good thing. It ia all the  iiounshment of prime beef.  B;;C MINING  TKc Phoenix Pioneer  Ao.4 Boundary Mining Journal,  itwD ��m�� ��ATvnti>ATa iirit  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  at nonu, b. c  T. ALFRED LOVE. Manaqkh.  t.wl... I BatlacM office No. 14,  Telephone. \MaagmtT^ttaU*liet.So.ts.  ���oaaoum-mt nt advaxcb.  ' f��f Y����i.....,...._....~_.....���..._.....���.........4*.o��  ���Is KoaUu. ; ;...���_ ...... ..... i.��s  T*ta�� Oaltcd SMtea. per y��ar_���.__���.__ 3^0  ��� ' ' -' -  ^>  1008 NOV. '908  (*������:��������. ft**. Watt.   Tka   Fr,.    Sat.  !  o  Ore is heing roasted at the zinc plant  in Nelson and smelting will commence  next week.  An aerial tram, fifteen miles long,  will be built for the Conrad, mine,  Windy Arm.  . An immense find of ore similar to  the Sweedish iron has been found on  Douglas Channel, Northern B.C.  A seam of good coking coal forty  feet thick has been discovered on the  Bulk ley river, about five miles from  Telkwa.  Owing to a deep fall of snow in the  Babine mountains, Jim Cronin has  suspended operations in that section  until next summer.  It is estimated that hy the end of  the year, Hedley camp will have produced two million dollars of gold  since its inception.  The production of gold in the Klondike this year will exceed that of-.1907  by $500,000. The successful working  of dredges is the cause of the increase.  A. P. Low, deputy minister of mines  in   the   Dominion   government,   has  Steel Range  .BROILING* MEAT & TOASTING- BREAD.  One way produces evenly broiled meat and  evenly toasted bread without taxing the  patience of the housewife. This way is represented by <<Sask-alta" Range. The reason ���  "Sask-alta" Range has an Automatic Lift Top  (Patented) in addition to regular  Broiler Door; and this team works  for the operator instead of making  her work.   TiiJ;  EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK  I  a  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  13  13  ���>4  ��5  16  17  18  ��9  ao  31  as  *3  *4  ��S  36  ��7  2&  *9  3��  fully recovered his health and will re  sume his duties at the end of the  month.  Last week witnessed the discovery  of another coal seam, or rather seams.  About five miles below Telwka, a seam  of coal was discovered which is about  four feet thick, showing all clean coal.  Reports   from   the  Reco  mine  at  Kaslo are to  the effect  that  the property is turning out to be a veritable  I bonanza!    Ore has been struck almost  I everywhere in the workings developed  land a force of 60 men are'digging iti  j out.    About 4,000 sacks are piled up at j  the mine ready for shipment and all  the chutes are full.    A   big tonnage  will  be sent to the Trail  smelter as  soon as raw-hiding starts.  Le Roi Two of Rossland appears to  have made a further advance in  price,  the most recent quotation being ��1  13s 9d asked and ��i-1 as 6d bid    'l'he  quotation is inclusive of the dividend  Employs   a  easv fur  it  to  ���sjstt-ni   ���>��� hiVh   in.il-c-    i!  ils  oul-iif-lnwii  (I- 1 !��� si'i.r>s  open      accoun's     -nut  business    bv  I Ml N.M't  mail  ih    ;niv   i'f,  iis  51  EIGIiTY-ONi: BRANCH Off ICES  DETAILED .INFORMATION  I URMSIIEI)  ON   kCQUliST.  DRAYINQ  ������!' nil   kin.  '<���'.     I'ttpM  Tl-HUHflT  iinIimh  '.  '"'"in|l|IV  ''xt"'B�� inn  "."fiulel  ^"���'���"f '"���ft  JAMES O.ncKE0WN  KOBT.CAliSilfiSg  All kinds <,J lishfmd lu^TiZT  promptly attend to; MinJ "  ing a specialty.       ..'   .    ,../ray.  A. S. HOOD  Fire,  I If..- Hud  Ofin-rul A|*elnl  Accident lniuMnce  >*^****a***+***~a*m*mm0**Mmtw**^mmMt&maiQa  I    Greenwood ot&|��6   Li IIC  The "Sast-aito" Way  Another way produces  unevenly broiled meat and  unevenly toasted bread  and taxes the patience of  the housewife.   This way  is represented by most  Ranges.     The    reason:  Some Ranges have "only"  a Broiler Door, others have  a  contrivance   like  that  illustrated  "in ��� top-small  drawing; both of which enjoy the distinction  of tiring the arm that holds the broiler and  tiring the eye that directs the arm.  ���liarik Block, Phoenix, B,C  Standard Time  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 9.30 a.m.'  " " lower town, ro.ooa.m.  Leave   Greenwood      -        3.00 p. mJ  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  Phokmix Okkiuk, With MoKak Bkoh., Knob Hill. A vie.  D. L. McELROY, Proprietor.  TUCK   COI.I.lNv,  SUA VINO PARLORS  AN'D    "BATHROOM.  txl n^rr lo McHac Bios  .uuu Hill  Avnue I'HOKNIX, H .(J  LOWER   TOWN*.  FOR   AN   EASY   SHAVE  AND STYLISH  HAIRCUT  BATHS    IN  CONNECTION  sm  Another Way  1'MOKNIX    I.QDGi;  s. H. and l f., No.ii.  Meet* every WKDNKdlMY Kviulqn In  Scaiirliiia-inii lull, old Iroiuide, avtnur.  Visiting brctluen cordially welcome.  HI*. **)'������ NSTKO'I, Present.  A.,0. JOIINSTOV, Klu. fecy.  g^        .   This is the Largest and Newest  Hotel in'the city, heated  hy \^3  fc-    hot  water and  well  fu  rnNhed  throughout  for ihe accommodation    ���*  Hon. Richard McBride, premier 0/  British Columbia; Hon. II.  S. Young,   . ��� - ��� ��� v.T.u^m  provincial minister of education; George of two shillings a share which was de-  H. Cowan, K.C, M.P. for Vancouver; clared at  the meeting of the directors  and G. H. Barnard, member elect in held in London a few days ago.    The  Victoria,  are now in the interior to late:it dividend, added to the two al  ���^ of the public. Everything Neat, Clean and Up-to Dan:. Meals ^��  j^; served at all hours, special attention htrini�� uivi-n tlie Diriinuronni. -g  ���^ Cchlrally   Located  on   tKc  g-      STEAM   HEATED.  Bridge,   Fifth  Street,  Phoenix.  TELEPHONE    48  PHOENIX NEST   *   ORDER OF OWLS.  j MeelA every Tiii'kkimv KVI.t  rso, at Miners'Union Hall.  Cordial *t*elccn-�� tcBrclhren. Viii'lnc  DAVID  OXLEY,   Pretld.nt.  *0('M.  LOUTTIT,  Secretary.  ELECTRIC   LIGHTING.  Landon. Toronto, Montreal. Wlnnipeg.Vancouver, St John, Hamilton, Callary  HUNTER-KENDRIOK   CO., Ltd., Local Agents.  support tbe election of Martin Burrell  and A. SY Goodeve in the deferred  elections of Yale-Cariboo and Kootenay.        ._ :  As a result of the official r<*rnnni_m ��� ^.     - o      - ���-*-"a ��' a  Mietori*, Judge JLampman has declared strike of neb, free milling gold ore come  G. H. Barnard, Conservative, elected from Sheep Creek together. Manager  for that city over Hon. VV.  Temple- H. Lewiston, of the Queen mine, bring  ready declared earlier in the year make  a total of six shillings a year for 1908.  This is at the rate of about 18 per  cent on the present value of the shares.  A--fi o����-gorvr"onofci~afitr*'iie"ws "or'-a"  man, by a majority of 13.  ex-  The Dominion   parliament   is  peered to meet on Jan. 6, 1909.  DEATH OF HON.  THOS. GREENWAY  ExrPmxiiaf  of   Province   of  Manitoba  Ottawa,      Octobor     30.���Thomas  Greeriway   died   unexpectedly  at   "7  ��� ofcJocl* this momibgl,.  .. Hon. Thomas Greenway was born in  Cornwall, England,   on March 25th,  ' 1838, bis parents  emigrating to Ontario six years later.    His father was  a farmer in Huron County and when  -young  Greenway. .attained   manhood  "he went-ii��to 'a- "general store ~aT~Cen-  traiia, Ont.    After two defeats, in 1875  he  was  elected to* the Commons by  acclamation.    He first ran as a Conservative and was then  elected  as  a  Liberal.    He -moved to ��� Manitoba in  -1879, and was first elected for Moun  tain*  He" "took a strong" stand in-defense of Provincial Rights, and played  a   leading   part  in  resisting  Fedcra!  enrpachments.   With Mr. Joseph Martin he took a strong stand on the disallowance of the Manitoba Bills encouraging railways from the south, and in  1888 was called upon to form his first  government.    He held office for twelve  years.    The most important legislation  carried out by him was the abolition  of Separate Schools in Manitoba and  the abolition of the dual language in  the Legislature.    In 1899 his government was defeated, and later he resigned  from the Manitoba legislature to con  test Lisgar for the House of Commons,  in   which   he   was   successful.    His  opinion on Western affairs was always  highly valued.    He was recently ap  pointed to the Railway Commission  ing the brick and A. H. Gracey the  news of- the uncovering of a new  parallel vein on the neighboring  Nugget, which is on the other side of  the valley. The new vein on the  Nugget runs from $20 to $40 per ton  in gold, and it is only a month since  the vein now being worked on the  same claim was struck and found to  carry gold values of over $300 per ton.  Word has just been received of a  new strike made in the old Reco mine,  Sandon camp, which will enrich the  Italian lessees and revive faith in the  district.. It is a long time since the  Reco shipped any ore, though it was  once one of Sandon's best known  properties, and the Italian lessees  leased it from two Spokane men, J  Harris and F. Kelly, who had latterly  failed to find ore in shipping quantities.  Copper Will Revive.  An interest   in   the   United   Verde  Copper Co., is among those who predict 15-cent copper  about the first of  the year.    He says-that the revival in  .trade /��*-t,,v- '���"'  >���'"** -"obItq  js due to  the fact  lhM-thc:~<z**li-vc.^,*.i-*���uu-iri3-  u��  cided in their own mind as to the out  come of the election and, believingthat  the election of .Taft will mean a great  revival in tbe industries using copper  they are trying to buy now to avoid  the high prices they expect will follow  the election of the Republican ticket.  They have awakened to the fact that  the present stocks of copper in the  United States4are so low that any in  creased demand will cause an advance  in price The United Verde mines in  Arizona are now running to their full  capacity as compared with 65% production from last November to about  the first of the summer. The present  production is greater than it was the  last year previous to the panic, but  that is on account of improvements in  the physical condition of the properties  which were made during the last year.  "There isjio copper accumulation  as refineries are shipping every pound  of marketable" metal, says  an   official  have certainly improved recently, and  'while 1 do not look for much hightr  than t4-cent copper for the remainder  of this year; irf&iQc-o I believe that  copper will range betweerr 15 and 16  cents. * It wou1^be,-l>adffor "the traoV  ���_~v. .        I.,. ��,"����.*r c, ���i-- ��� ** *-��*-torc  and certainly any company should be  able to make money with copper not  under 15 and not over 16 cents."  KingEdward Lodge, No.3o  A   F. and A.M.  RrKiitar communication S p. tu. St-  onrt Tliumdny ofeach month.  Km-ru��;iil tiieetliie* iKcalled:M����onii  Hull. McHfllr Hlock;.  . M.SHKKBINO,  Secretary.  T. KOUKRICK,  W.U.  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  I. O. O. F.  SNOWSHOK I.ODGK NO. .1.  ���tect* every Monday Kvetitng   ��l Miners' H��l  -ffcltitiK lirrlhreu cord'ally Invited.  W. A. PickahI) Noble linud.  \V K. II > slop. Kecoid. Secj.  T."A    I.ove, Per. V n��n. K��y.  Meelnin UnionHalt  Tuefday eveniiign.  Visitiiig    brolhei^.  tu��� 0^1 , ^���'��ww  ui iiinincuime   metai, says  an   orhcia  the lessees $50,000-for their bargain  as it stands, but, as .there is understood  to be $100,000 worth of ore in tight, it  is likely the Italians will stick to their  lease  and   lealize   something  like  a  fortune.    The people of Sandon are  delighted   with  the new strike, as  it  revives faith in   the camp which had  latterly been declining.  east, " and as to talk of accumulation  abroad, what figure can 50,000 tons in  ithe visible supply cut? None, absolutely ncne  "l'he demand and market for copper  Buster's Philosophy.���XLIX.  Resolved,   that some   people   will  never  make up their minds about  a  thing until   they   have  slept   over  it.  Well,.���my.-uncle Buster' slept  over  me  and now he has  made up  his  mind.  The mind is a wonderful thing.    Think  how great some minds are and   how  little others are.   - And yet even small  minds hold a gieat deal; there's  where  most  of  our   ailments  are.    There's  where all   real   happiness is.    But .if  your mind is full of worry and fear or  hate and erivy; there's no room   in it  for joy.    If youyvill cultivates happy  mind, it will keep you well and bring  success and friends���honest it will, try  it.   ' ";:'"         '  JAMES flARSHALL, Prop.  teadlni Hoel of Boundtry'* Leadinf  - Mining Clap  Hotel Balmoral  When you tell a business story with  cold type, see that the work is done in  an artistic way, so that it will attract  attention, and be convincing  New>m Dpto-dAte  Centrally Located,  Good sample Boom*  Corner Knob H1U Ave., and First St.,  PHOENIX, B. C  \   _.   '������ 1. *  monaster  Proprietor.  a���s^S^aS*   I 9��SSE^ood_Liquor  Co.  Patronize horn ; industry and smoke  "Boundary"cigar; union made, Havana  filled.     ' -  CANADIAN PACIFIC  ;ATL A NTIC: S Tk AIM SHIPS  BOUNDARY & KOOTENAY 1908 ORE RECORD  SbipaenK aad Smeler Receipts For Year to  Date.  Ore   shipments  from   the   various 1  mines of Boundary and Kootenay, and  the receipts of ore at the smelters of  Southeastern British Columbia for last  week and for 1908 to date are  follows:  SHIPMENTS. WEEK  Boundary Y.33,817  Rossland    6>255  East Columbia River 3,046  as  VEAR.  ',166,281  234,989  87,93'  Total- 43, n8 1,489,20 r  SMELTER    RECEIPTS   Granf>y    22,493  B.C. Copper Co...   8,608  Dominion Cop. Co.  Trail   8,936  Largest-Finest-Fastest  MONTREAL AND QUEBEC  TO LIVERPOOL  Oct. 24���S S. Lake Erie  30���K. M. S. Em pi ess of B ri tai n  Fov-   7���S.S. Lake Manitol.a  ��     ii-7"?'^8* Express of rrelaml  ^t���k.b. Lake Cliaiiiplain  FROM ST. JOHN,N.B.  Nov. 27-R.M S. Empress of Britain  Dec.    5-S..S. Lake Erie  11���R.M.S   Empress of Ireland  INorthport(LeRoi).  M,arysville... .....  .'73  First Cabin $72.50 and upward  After November 21st, $65.00  Second Cabin $42.50and upw'rd  Third Class $27.50 and $28.75  261,6441 To   LIVERPOOL,   LO.VDOtf,   GLAS  21,872)        GOWY BELFAST  2<53,836  by all  The glycerino employed in Dr. Pierce's  medicines greatly enhances the medicinal  properties which it extracts from native  medicinal   roots  and   holds  in  solution  much better than alcohol would.   Jt alf=o  possesses medicinal properties of its own,  being a  valuable  demulcent, nutrftfm;  antiseptic   and   antifcrmcnU     it   adds  greatly to theeflicacy of the Black Cherry-  bark, Bioodroot, Golden Seal root. Stone  root   and    Queen's   root, contained   In  "Golden Medical Discovery "in subduing  chronic, or lingering coughs, bronchial,  throat and lung affections, for all of which  these agents are recommended by stand'  ard medical authorities.  In ail cases where there is a wasting  away of flesh, loss of appetite, vMh weak  stomaCTi, as in the early stages of con-  6umrfti/>n, there can be no doubt that glycerine/acts as a valuable nutritive and  aids M10 Golden Seal root. Stone root.  Queers ropt and Black Cherrybark in  promoting digestion and building up tho  flesh anals/rensth; controlling tiio cough  and bringing about a healthy condition  of the while svstem. Of course, lt must  not be ej/fjected to work miracles,  not cureufonsurnption except in its  stages. It will ciir<* very f^ye-rfii  na^fi. hang^m. <-|.-~-'- ���  ���  with  We furnish the trade all over the   Boundary  the Choicest Imported and Domestic  Wines, Liquors and Cigars  As wo ship direct in Carloads, we   can   make  prices right, and f(ive prompt shipment.  the  Jas. McG-eath & Co.  GREENWOOD, "B  C.  ��S AMFOTCAN MINING  .ffiS^^^I^^1 - -   hantr^n ,.,��,���k��� '.*'-., " " Ihelingej  THE  EVIEW  865,  77  hang-on coughs, or'th  ""       fPani     -, _._  "as  performed  its'most  noKia'nEi|iXf,0d' M- D- of Be��"  cerine:       V-OJJC80. Chicago, says of gly-  nang-on coughs or thnioni 1^ 1,8eA'"��  oven when ^���comti.fhi1vPe^aT'd,nSf  lunirs   that   ft   i,p iae<1 ,by blcecMng from  marvelous cun,s!   *  Der*ormfi"   �����- ��� -  BSTAULISIIKU     I.N      IMOfJ.  MINERAL ACT.  (Kobm F.)  Certificate of Improvement',  NOTICK.  ���' No 4 "Mineral Claim. �� luate In Ihe Hrctii-  wood Mining Division of Yale District, BiiiUli  Columbia.  Where loca-ed���In tSreenwood Camp.  TAKK NOT/CK that I, Murdock Mc-Intyir.  Free Mliiera Certificate No B 194'?, iuteml.  aixty clays from tlie date hereof, 16 apply to tlie  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Iiuprov.-  ments, for the purpose ol obUiniiiK a Croxu  Grant of the above claim.  Aud  lurth-r   Take Notice that aclirn, under  ������ection  3;,  iiiu>.t be commenced  before the l��-  ���uanceoriuch Tert 6catrs ol ImprovemettJ.  Dated thl> jnd day or October, A.D.. 1918  MUKDOCK  Mc.NTVKH.  MINERAL ACT.  (FORM   F.)  CERTIFICATE OF IMI'ROVEMKNTS  NOTICK.  Woodburn, Woodburn   Hraclional, and  Lucky  Shot Fractional  Mineral  Claimn. situritc In  th*  (irnnd Korku Mining Division  of Vale Dbtrlcl  Where looted���On Fourth of July Cruek.  I     TAKK NOTICK that I, Sviwkv  M Johnson,  I RCliiiR ns agent for Jui.irjs Carso", Kice Miiiern  Certificate  No. Ii. 319.'), intend, sixty d��)K from  dale hereof, to apply to the Mluiiie Kicorderfor  a Certificate oflmprovemeutn. for the |iurpo��c of  obtalniiif; a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And Iiuther take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificat' of Improvements.  Dated this 14-.I1 day of .���.ugust, A.I)., njuS.  SYDNHV M. JOHNSON.  MINERAL ACT.  (VORM  V.)  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  THE   MOST   PRACTICAL  MINERS'  PAPER   IN   THE   WORLD. <sr 4?  7��.��4i 1 RR8:..v^^vS,.ed in advanct>   ��� ...v\j J.  Itii action urviM ,.���>^."*.',"S",,V1'r,'st'nt.....,..-���..  aebs, especial " if'[h^?' d ordered ��orA-  tarrl.al ���rasirltis fcat?i?h^iUi,cSrallon or ea-  slpmach). It is a moif'Jfe*1! '"'''"���"nation of  Olycerlno will r,.n,��?' efficient preparation,  (heartburn]I a W��� ">���'"*' cjsf8 ?r Porosis  ��,.���...... ��     ��"u excessive gastric (stomach*  acldlt  i       TatxJ.  S'73��' a vr il ��  CAKTJEB, Agent, Phoenix.  U-M-ffi&Q���. General Agent,  ���'������������4��.*to MSflwoo 217 McDe��-mot Ave.,  *��� -w��* 1 Wmnipe,., Manitoba,  pn'riflks Ct"|���;fI'fe1 "'4c��v{*fy " enriches and  eruptions, semffii, "r"n^.?Iotch,il!- P'mDle'-.  or ulcers.  ���-TO,UJ��i's swolllngs and old sore*  foMrce'&Ski,?' Z\u}ZTC,?\ ��' Buffalo. K v..  medicinal ro<���h ^'"f a" ��bout the n  It gives all the Important Mining News, and every issue contains valuable  Special Articles, well illustrated, on subjects of real practical interest to  the every day mining man. '���::::::���  NOT TOO TECHNICAL BUT JUST RIGHT.  J ��0   PER   YEAR-SAMPLE   ON   RKQTJKST.  'Published every Saturday at Los Angeles, California.  NOTICK.  Monaich   Ftncllonal,    Gem   Fractional   a"1  Aetna   Fractional mineral claim*, the Monarch  Fraclional mineral   claim   being situate In Ihe  Grand Forks Mining Division of British ("olum-  bn,   and  the Gem   Fractional   and  the   A-tim  Fractional being situate in the Greenwood Mining Division of British Columbia.  Whcie located���In Greenwood cninp.  TAKK NOTICK that I, David Whiteside,of the  CUy ofGrand Forks, British Columbia, agent for  the Grnuhy Consolidated, Mining   Smelting *  Power Company, Limited, Free Miner's Certificate No  Biorji, intend, sixty days from tlie ilnte  horeof, to apply to the Mining Uecorder for a  Certificate of Improvements, for the  purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claims.  And ftirther take notice that action under Section 37, must be commenced before the kBiiance  of such Certificate of Improvements. Dated this  loth day ofSepteraber, A.D., 1908.  a. m. wnxrsaiDB.  Kffittiiffiinfflirllitd^ THK  THHENTX PTONHFJI.  CONSOI.HMTKI) MINING & SMKl.TI^'O C ..'s TKAII. SM, l/l KK,  WHICH   HAS  IIKEN OREATI.V KNI.AUC.KU  SlNCIi AIIOVI-:  I'llOTO WAS TAKICN. '  Shipments from various mines show notably that the Centre Star ol Knssland is shipping more largely than  ever before, owing to increased facilities afforded at the frail smelter. There are now being treated, takini* together  ihe Centre Star and the Snowshoe of Phoenix, nearly 1000 tons of copper ore daily, a record in the history of the  oldest working smelter in British Columbia, In addition some 2000 tons of lead and other ores are weekly being  put through tbe furnaces.  To accommodate the additional copper ore the Consolidated company, owning ihe Trail smelter and many  mines, blew in tlie biggest cupper furnace in Canada two weeks ago, and il is now working successfully. The building  of tin: t��i*5 furna.ce and the acquisition of ihe 10 Hound try claims, grouped and renamed the Phoenix-Amalgamated,  represents Ihe indorsation by the Trail people of the principle lhat copper ore to be treated successfully must be  treated in large quantities, and signaliz -s the company's serious invasion of the copper smelting field. The step represented hy tlie late developments is possibly the most important since F. Augustus Heinze pursued his meteoric career  across the mining sky of llritish Coluinbin, und built ihe first copper furnace al Trail for the smelting of Rossland  ores in i8r/>. '  uimdiiui pacinc  hunt  ARK YOU  CONTICU PLATING A  TRIP TO Till''  ORIENT :  HONOLULU  AUSTRALIA  NEW ZEALAND'  ARK YOU   CONTEMPLATING A  TRIP TO  CALIFORNIA  or any Pacific Coast Point  -,;      OR A   TRIP TO  WINNIPEG, DETROIT,  ST. PAUL, TORONTO,  CHICAGO MONTREAL  BOSTON,  NEW YO^K  or any European point thought of.  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After said dale the  said Administrator will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased amnntr  the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to tlie claims of which he shall  1 hen have notice.  Dated at Greenwood, B.C.,this seventh  October, 1908.  JOHN U. SPENCE,  Solicitor for the Administrator.  Big&ssasBsaaitti  7  Up-to-the-Minute  PRINTING  [AYVING just added a large number of fonts of  the La'est 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  excelled by city print shops.        : : : : :  The   Pioneer  has   the   only   electrically    operated  Presses in  the Boundary,  and  is  prepared   to   execute  all   orders with   neatness   and  despatch.     No job too  ��|j I   big,  none too small. .*....  PHOENIX * PIONEER  rRODU?ERS  OP   FINE   PRINTING  00  ^^^mmmmm  m  Another cannery is to be established  at Kelowna.  'There were five murder charges on  Vancouver assize docket.  A shingle mill has been built at  Goldhill, in the Lardeau.  F. C. Wolfenden is ihe new editor  uf the Armstrong Advertiser.  The Union Bank of Canada has  opened a branch at Prince Rupert.  Ihe contract has been let for the  erection of a $30,000 school at Fernie.  Since 1904 the number of polling  places in Yule-Cariboo has increased  by 20.  Twenty-four Japanese have applied  to become British subjects at Piince  Rupert.  Hungarian.. narlridt-es  .have been.  imported and  turned loose   on   Vancouver Island.  On the 29th of the month 667  chinamen left Victoria (or the approach  ing New Yeai holidays.  Vernon city has donated grounds for  an armory and drill hall to be erected  by Dominion government.  Mark Collins, late engineer of the  Vale-Columbia Lumber company, was  killed at Creston on Saturday.  Alex. Henderson, father of the  governor of the Yukon, died ac New  Westminster last week, aged 7S.  Colonel Tow,'who was a terror to  die bad men in Arizona forty years  ago, may buy an hotel in Nelson.  On October 4th the first child was  born at Ptince Rupert. He is the  son of Mr. and Mr��. Anron Buuge.  The population of Prince Rupert is  estimated at 500, not including the  men working in the railway grading  camps.  By order-in-council the Dominio t  government has given Vancouver a  perpetual lease of Stanley paik, one of  the finest natural parks   in   the  world.  Jixines Cronin, formerly manager ol  tbe Consolidated company, and well  known in the Boundary, recently purchased $52,000 worth of Spokane  property.  Andrew Martin, for causing tbe  death of an Indian at Shuswap recently,  was sentenced to 20 years imprisonment, the crime of manslaughter  having been proved against him.  The Summerland Trust Co, Ltd.,  has been awarded the contract for  operating the ferry between Summer-  land and Naramata for the lerm of one  )ear, commencing June 1, 1909.  P. J. Higgins, reluming to Rossland  from the Omineca country, gives glowing accounts of the possibilities of that  section for agiiculture. He says it is  also the coming mining niecc.i, being  rich in gold, silver and copper.  Richard Stephens, the Lank messenger, who was found guihy at Van  couver of stealing $3 1 7 from the Canadian Bank of Commerce, was recently  sentenced to twelve months' imprisonment.  More than six hundred houses have  been started in Fernie since the big  lire Some of them are finished and oc  copied, and some are well under way,  while others have only been started.  1 his is a remarkable record for less-  than three months.  A. H. MacNeil, solicitor for the  Great Northern Railway, stated to the  Vancouver city council lhat when  General Manager Cruder was at the  coast be bad given orders for the work  on the extension of the company's line  to Bun aid Inlet to proceed as soon as  the neces-ary permission was obtained  from the railway commission.  The government have announced the  arrangement with ths Grand Trunk  Pacific, for the improvement of Prince  Rupert. The salient points are that  ihe government will spend $200,000  in sidewalks, plank,, roads*, and sewers,  three-nhhs of which will, be refunded  by the railroad. The engineers will  g :t out plans forthwith, when tender's  will be called for. As soon as surveys  are /-ompleted the government will  s.-lect its holdings after which another  conference will fix pries of lots. No  definite anangement as to the sale of  lots has heen arrived at but it will  probably be by auction and after May  1, either party will be at liberty to sell  their holdings. The government and  railroad, however, to act together in  these matters.  Weitwird Ho!  The November number of this Magazine presents that va'iety of subjects  which makes its contjnts so piquant.  The fiction ranges over nearly all the  themes which it is ever interestedly  concerned; and the stjle of the contributions is of the most commendable  order.  "The expiation Of John Reedhani" is  a serial story by Annie S. Swan which,  notwithstanding its sadness and sorrow,  is fraught with rapt interest; and each  new transition of it is nore and more  thrilling until its final culmination.  Patrick Vaux gives another of his rapid  sketches of the arls and intrigues of  war, under the title "Where the Eagle  Flies Seaward," and the prowess of  those ride the main is illumined by  the perfidy which the author shows  often among the recreants there.  SCALDED BY BOILINQ PAT.  Couldn't   Use   Hand   For a Month.  Ziin Buk Gave Intuaat Ktllel.  An accident In a Toronto home  might have had very serious ,'consequences had it not been for Zam Buk.  Miss M..nha Green, of 9 Claremont  St., in taking a pan of boiling fat from  the oven spilt it over her right hand.  "The boiling fat ran into tlie palm of  my ha' d," she says, "and over all my  fingers, I was almost wild with the pain.  The hand became swollen, and large  blisters formed all over the palm and  along the fingers. For over a month  I ,\va- unable to use the hand at all. 1  tried several kinds of salves and liniments, but th-a wound seemed ap  parently no better. It was altogcthci  too severe for these preparations t<  heal.  About'this time I was advised to ti>  Zam-Buk I stopped using all iithei  preparations and applied it instead  The very first application soothed m>  hand and seemed to draw out the fin  arid inflammation; and as I 'kept oii  using Zam-Buk the blisters gradually  dried up and disappeared. In a very  short time the scald was healed completely."  This is but one instance of the uses  to which Zam-Buk can be so advantageously applied. It is equally effective for burns, cuts, bruises, abrasions,  sprains and stiffness. It also cures  eczema, ulcers, sores, blood poisoning,  ringworm, scalp sores, chronic wounds,  blackheadi, pimples.cold sores, chapped  hands, and all skin diseases and injuries.  Rubbed well on the chest, m cases of  cold, it relieves the aching and tightness, and applied as an embroca'ion it  cures rheumatism, sciatica, neuralgia,  etc. All druggists and stores sell al  50c. a box, or post free from Zam-Buk  Co., Toronto, for receipt of price. 3  boxes for $1.2*;.  PE-RU-NA PROMPTLY RElitVES  A Case of Dreadful Suffering Which  Had Continued For Months.  An Account of a Remarkable Recovery Given By Mr. Alfred Wood, Teacher e>J  a Private School at Launceston, Tasmania. .       V  MR. AND MRS. ALFRED WOOD.  ���h,  # ���%������  11-  11;:  (y $  �� -a '  8 -V  3'f.  tt-:  ���I ST-  i a.-  ���*���:$-'  \ ���'���������%  i-'f  n  hi  !:t  "Y t-  Phoenix Railway Tlmetible.  C  V.   R.         ������'���  Leaves (or Eholt and Nelson, 2.10p.m.  Arrives     .. .. ..     6.00 p.m.  GREAT  NORTHERN.  Leaves for Grand Forks arid  Spokane ..      .  ..    8.55 a.m.  Arrives     .. .. ..     6.30 p.m.  For a mild,   free-drawing cigar,   the  "Boundary" is the bcst.t  Mr. Alfred Wood, who has a pr.lvato school at 22 Prvaorlclc^B'treet, X'autf  ceston, Tasmania (Australia), hue been a toucher 'for '87'.yoar8 under the  Educational Department of Tasmania,. Ho writes, concerning his wife's case,  as follows: ������������..-:.:._,.,  "My wife waa suffering for months from pastro-enterltla, and waa given  up by hor medical attendant. . . ���/.  "By good fortune I wan Induced to try-Peruna iri hor case, arid'I can truthfully statu that from tlio Brut <los"ohi'-r dreadful suffering ceased; and k'ffcet  talcing live bottles hIio is permanently ciircd. "       . _-, ,t'"..'_.'; ���,'..;���<,���,,  %Y  'i  .*�����.  HOW does Parana maka bucIi' extra-,  ordinary cures an above recited ?  By aimply aronsiiig tUo forces of  Natura to throw off tho diseased action.  Peruna contains no magic and does  Hot operate in any mysterious way, but  ltdoes help Nature to combat disease,  ��nd thus many times comes to,the rescue of tho patient in some important  orisls. \ <  There is always a ti mo in the course  at any disease when a little help -roo*. a  great way.  Just as the scales aro beginning tode-  ���coud, when one ounce more would determine the fate of tlie patient, a little  lift will turn the scales in favor of the  patient.  Peruna is a handy medicine to havo  In the household.  It helps many diseases by Imparting a  natural vigor to the whole system.  As atonic or catarrh remedy, its reputation is well established all over the  world.  ��� [As,a remedy for stomach'land,bowel  disease, the fmneof Portina.'lsundoubtedly destined to become1 greater, than  ' that of any other medicine in the,world.  A great many c'asWlIke that above '������  forred to liavofoundr Peruna ot untold  value when no other help seemed of any  avail.    ���  ��� ���     ���      '-;.--> ������'���-���  ���Mr. Donald   R6))tv~^K*^o_-'^-?q5ii*t,,..  Ave.,' iTalUax,? Nova .'Scotia,.'member  Independent Order of Forresters, writes:  "While on. a visit to, Boston, I must  have e'ateh something that'(lid notagret  witli my stomach, as a terrible case of  Indigestion followed.  ; "Peruna was recommended 'to1 m��  and after  using   three   bottles. I tu  entirely cured.  " I therefore recommend Peruna to any  one'suftering.-with stomach trouble."  Mr. Chas. Brown, Kogersville', Tenn,  writes: ...     ��� .  "A friend'advised rrie to take Peruna  for indigestion and it cured mo lat  short time.''     .  PALACE LIVERY STABLES  HURDOCK MclNTVRE, Prop.  35  Horses,   Full   Liveiy   Eqaipmenl,  Have taken   over   the  Lumber  Yard  ,    and will carry  a  full  stock.  DRY   WOOD   IN   ANY   QUANTITY  it any hour of day or nifht.  (PHONE 34.)  m  S FALL  NECESSITIES  �� FOR MEN and BOYS  ft          _  H Shipments of Fall and Winter Needfuls are now arriving   sag  S ���CLOTHING,   HATS,    CAPS,    BOOTS,    SHOES,   m  H SHIRTS,   COLLARS,   TIES,   UNDERWEAR,   SOX,  m  m  m  m  m  and  everything   else  a   well-dressed   man   may   require.  Get the habit���deal at Brown's���and you will save money.  1  131  m  m  GENT'S.    ���������,   ���       gg  FURNISHINGS      g|  0 THOS. BROWN.  Z*s*a*sws>jS'j*jHa'&a*a'r&^^  j JOHN APPLEBY, 5SSM5!  9i  DRV WOOD FOR  SALE IN  ANY QUANTITY.  TELEPHONE   A-5��.  Dealer in Rough and Dressed Lumber  Estimates Furnished  AIL  Kinds   of  Repair    Work   Done  �� Office and Yard on  I Old Ironsides Ave., Phoenix, B. C J  COMFORT & QUALITY  IN   FOOTWEAR  Dominion Ave., Near City HklL  <������� PHOENIX, B. C ������*  Carriages and Other Rigs, Horses and Saddles  For Any Part of the Boundary. Express and  Baggage Transfer Given Prompt Attention.  Dry VVood Delivered to Any Part of the City.  D. J. McDonald. Prop.  A Stur* of the Public Patronage Sottctttd  'PHONE $7  :or:ox3X)Tc:c:c:o"o:o:c;o:o:c:ox3:ox3X3X3xycj;  P. 0. Box  56.  Phoenix Market. 'Phono 2.  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  Choice Line of Fresh and Cured Meats  Poultry, Fish and Game in Season : :  All    Orders  Receive  Prompt Attention.  Markets at Greenwood, Grand Forks, Midway,   Eholt and  all  the other  principal Cities and Towns in B.C., Alberta and Yukon.  Headquarters : Headquarters for Boundary:  NELSON, B.C. GREENWOOD, B.C.  THERE'S  SATISFACTION f yJ  IN SMOKING THE   ^    *  \^XYk  Protect your health hy protecting your feet���0111  Shoes are corn and bunion ilc dors. Let us make  your shoes to measure, and you will have com-  foifortin wearing rhoe:-.    Satisfaction Guaranteed.  Large Stock  of fine   BOOTS AND SHOES,  RUBBERS, etc.. to select from   MINERS' BOOTS,   MITTS   AND  GLOVES ARE SPECIALTIES.  PHOENIX SHOE SHOP  SOLD EVERYWHERE -  ASK FOR IT. j*  * <*  Koenix  Beer  Pure and wholesome.    Cold and as bracing in its  coolness as a breeze from the North in Summer.  by R��" if..    " BEST BEER IN THE BOUNDARY.  .A. T. TURANO, Proprietor.  Ths Pioneer for Fans Commercial Printing  WHY?    Because  lis  manufacturers employ  all of their energy to  the  turnins out of a  perfect Beer  from   the b��st materials obtainable.  ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL ICE,  LTC. PHONE 23  oenix   Brewing  P  ml  m  f  i  "I  ^^^.-.U':  ,,",.T.\Vi.i"jfil,v�����^~U-fc4~,-r��..i����^ri^<1^li^��Mfai.i.llii>iiM.i.l> fH'J  I  ill  5.  if i,  II  lb  :Si  $  U\ i  "1  1  .tS'/;*-  FWui  3T4  I'll .1  ft  -PS  :-.KP*fi  If  HIT  i  "*V  it  w'4  ���m  M  I  f  H'f"  Hi A  Bf  &*&5,'7-��tf&vw ***  I"  s  I  iPli  I  THE PHOENIX PIONEER,  i!d(i^*M*^-*JMJ'K*Mrl4JlLJA^  SCHOOL SUPPLIES  WE have everything in this line���PENCILS, SCR1BBLKKS,  SLATES, TEXT BOOKS for *d grades, EXERCISE BOOKS,  BAGS, etc     Let us supply your wants in  School supplies.  g  OFFICE   STATIONERY        ,\*0-  WE are headquarters for all office requirements. BLANK  BOOKS kept in Block���and what we have, not got we can got  for you.    INK,  WRITING MATFRIAL, RULES, Etc     ..    ..  McRAE BROS., limited  Magazines      j*      Daily Papers      .*       Stationery  H  \n WW IA* VV VVW WV W tf��1AI W \MVTM\I IA* *fW V��W��V WV IA* WW VV Vtf WM WW CI  al and General.  HOTICE OF APPLICATION   FOR RENEWAL OF  LIQUOR LICENSE.  TAKE NOTICE that I, John A. Mo-  Mastkb, of Eholt, intend Applying to  the* Superintendent of Provincial Police  st the expiration of one month from  dftte hereof, for a renewal of uiy hotel  license, for the; premises known aa the  Union Hotel, at JEholl.  John A. McMastkb.  Dated at Eholt, Nov. 2nd, 1908.  NOTICE.  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that  the   Columbia   a   Wkutsei*   Railway  Company did on the 28th:day of January, 190S, deposit in the Land Registry  Office of Kamloops, in the Province of  British Columbia, plan, profile and book.  ' ot reference ot the said   Columbia   <St  Western Railwav from West Robson, to  Midway, in the Province of British Colombia  as   approved  by the Board of  Railway Commissioners for Canada  Dated this 28th day of October, 1908.  R.MARPOLE, ';  General Executive, Assistant,  Canadian Pacific Railway  Company.t^ant-ottver,   B.C.  MINERAL ACT.  Fob* V. <������.-.���  Certificate mt ImproYtmcnti.  Ittsit Mining Stock Quotation!.  Corrected to Oct. 29, 1908.  The stock market is a sure indicator  of the trend of business. A more buoyant feeling is pervading the different  markets, and all stocks are firm at the  following quotations:  .B.C. Copper.....;.. .';������  Domin. Copper.......  Granby   Alberta Coal and Coke  Charles Dickens......  Cons. Smelters.......  Copper King.   Gertie    Hecla:.'....    '      ... .'���  International Coal...  Kendall...  ..;   Rambler-Cariboo.....  Snowstorm-...   Snowshoe   Kb Hi van .  ...........  Sullivan  Bonds. .....  Stewart   Tamarack-Chesapeake  ���tu  6.75  '���;���- .03tf  95.00  00^'  70.00  .2  ���"-.02^  3 00  .50  1.45  ..IStf  .4  1.5S  .5 '  ���0>8  '*.62>fe  72  ���7 25  1.00  .01 <*'  74.00  ���02��  .03%  4.00  82  162  , .15M'  .8  1.61  ���.�� ..  -���'".1  ' .75  ���85  NOTICE.  ������   "Number One," "Number Two" and  "No. 3" Mineral Claims, situate in the  Greenwood   Mining   Division  of  Yale  - District.  Where located���In Green wood camp.  , TAKE NOTICE that I. Isaac H. Hallett, Free Miner's Certificate No. B14100  .for myself,   and   as   agent   for  James  Moran,   Free   Miner's   Certificate   No.  'B14001, Mnrdock Mclntyre, Free Miner's  Certificate    No.    B 31948,   and    Alexander McDonald, Free Miner's Certificate  No. B15495, intend, sixty days from date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  for Certificates of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of  the above claims.  And further take notice that action,  under section 37, must be commenced  before the issuance of snch Certificate of  Improvements  "���: v..-     '-NOTICE. ;  NOTICE IS; HEREBY GIVEN: that.  thirty days' after date, I, Joskph J.  Bassett, of Hartford Junction,"BX.,  intend to apply to the superintendent of  provincial police, F. S.; Hussey, of Victoria, for the renewal of a retail diquor  licence for the Hartford Hotel, at Hartford Junction, B.C.  Joseph J. Bassett.  Hartford Junction, B.C.;Nov. 2, 1908.  Monday is Thanksgiving U.iy.  Next���Twixt Love and Money.  Guy Fawkes did not   visit   Phoenix  on Thursday.  C. D. Hunter was in Grand   Forks  on Wednesday.  Order your   wood   from   Mclntom-  iney.    Phone B 32.  Don Harrow was in Grand Forks for  a few days this week. '  Oyster  cocktails  al   the   Brooklyn  bar���oysters fresh daily.  Dry wood in car, lots...... Apply to  J. Trombley, Phoenix, B. C.  Before  buying your furniture else  where; call on R. I.Gardner.  Miss M. Hart relumed to herhoine  in Greenwood on Thursday.  The Misses Heidman spent   a  few  days this week with friends at Danville  L. V. Birnie was a  visitor   in   Spokane for a few days this week. Y  Col. Lowery of the Greenwood Ledge  was a visitor,in.'camp Tuesday.  Messrs. Munro and Libbyhave their  picture headquarters in Greenwood  Houses  for sale or rem���-apply to  McAuliffe, the tailor, Dominion aye.  Mrs. L. Stalls left on Tuesday on a  ; Don't forget ������ht-n you ',It; ����� neec-  of furnitnie (hat 1 haw a full stock of  up-to-d.ito goods al moth rati pi ices���  'Binns, the furniture man."  If you are thinking of building or  require building material of any kind  ���-lumber, shingles, lime, brick���call  on me for figures. Phone A .14- C.  A. Ross.  A meeting of Kootenay l'resbytery  was held in Nelson yesterday to consider a call from Rossland Presbyterian  church to Rev,; J. A. Dow, of Graven-  hurst, Ont.      r  pr. G. S. Gordon, foriiitrlyitf l'hoenix, who has spent some monihs in  Europe, is; no-v connected with John  Hopkins'Yijbsjiital, Baltinioic, Mary-  land.       Y-   ]  Anyone who drinks 25c tea and  once tastes'3^>c. "Salada" will see that  it is not onlyfiiier in flavor, but that  as one poundlmakes many more cups  it is economical to use.  Art WebstW and Don Harrow returned Saturday from their hunt at  Christina Jake, bringing the same number of deer as W. Hyslop got at Myn-  caster, and: Alex McRae and D. Grant  got at -Boundary mountain.  A. new 24'lamp chandelier , was  installed in ihe pool rdom of ihe  Brooklyn hbt^i this week, which with  the 1,8 lamp li^lit recently installed in  the'rotunda'produces great brilliancy  FOR THE HANDS  At this season the skin becomes dry and rough,  which if not attended to becomes cracked and painful.  We have a number of good Lotions and Creams that  we can recommend.   TRY  CARNATION   CREAM   25c  -  Remember we can prepare tiny recipe; you may have.  All prescription work receives prompt -and careful  attention/ in  which only   the   puicst   drugs are usul.  LOVE'S  DRUG STORE  visit to friends at  Walla Walla,  Wash. ���'" .���..'h��*   popular   hostelry   of   James  . ;       .        1 Marshall. ���*     ���  Jimnel Briggs, D. B., University of  Arizona, is a coming opera attraction.  G. VV. Rumberger was a visitor in  visitor in Spokane for a few days this  week.  The Granby hotel is being enlarged,  a new addition being erected at the  rear. Y .'..-,. "  J. A. McCallum, city clerk of Grand I     p'oi*   w-   ^oSS  -vilJ shortly open a  Forks,'w.as.a.visitor,in town  on Tues- dancln'g academy; classical only.  day.   '..,���''''''��� J        , .Y.'Y ,Y���"';���['���   '"-������     "...YY .!  ^>>'S*'>>'a*'��->*''^'^'^Q��'>-'S>'^'��-'>-^'>'>'-N -V ^  ��7>'>*'^*5^;*'l?'"*'>0^5'>5''5'*5!79v?��j>  Announcement  Local C:P.R. Supt. Bean will shoitly  go east; more rice and old boots!  FRANK  W. HEALY PRESENTS  Tlie s;aw  A shooting match for turkeys will  take place near .Stemwinder mine on  Thanksgiving.  Port wine and claret, specially selected for family trade; 75c. per bottle  at Hotel.-Brooklyn..........  ..Dr. Simmons, dentist, will be at his  Phoenix office, bank block, Nov. 10 to  13th.    Phone A. iS. ^  Art. Webster is not going into the  real estate business; he has other intentions. )������ .  Prof. Murdiick, V.S., University of  Missouri, is issuing a pamplet on "how  to make balky-horses pulL" Y  ���������������'.. '../. .�� ���" ���'. r'Y'*;"'  ' "J-IIK UNpKRSIGN'ED bcL.s to inform the citiznis of r-lioc  ���    nix and   neighborhood   that   he  has   opened   a   first-class  Wqtclimeker's Establishment  in the Lower Town,-opposite Hotel  Brooklyn,  und  is  prepared  to do ali kinds of WATCH  AND JKWKLRY  RKPAI RING.  High-gracftj work, such  as   Chronometers,   Repeaters,  especially  solicited.    Nothing but  the  best   material   that   money can buy  .used in repairing, and all work will be strictly guaranteed.  ..    An up-to-date stock of LADIES' and GKN'I'.'S WATCHES  Yand(JEWELRY already on hand,at right prices.  Charges will be very moderate; a tn'al patronage respectfully  solicited.  Contractori'.ppleby declares ,that a  balky   team   and a  Scot:h   teamster  The Presbyterian church   will  hold jdont' "pull" in the lumber 'bu-int-.ssT  its   regular Thanksgiving   service   to-  OPERA CO.  Dated this second day of November    vv!.t*1 TEDDY WEBB the funniest com-  "    <A/*�� '   edian    in   America,   supported   by   38  A.D., 1908.  I. H. HALLETT.  CLOTHES OF  CtlAUCTER  Men of personality avoid the com-  momplace in dress. They incline  towards clothes with an element  of character. - Whether it be a suit  or an overcoat of ours, that element  is positive. It baa its source in the  exceptional manner in which every  garment is designed and tailored.  We invite yon to inspect our showing . of WOOLLENS FOR FALL  8UITS. ��� It is an exhibit of line  fabrics " ..' "   Clever  Singing and   Dancing   Operatic  Artists.  morrow (Sunday) evening.  The Brooklyn hotel has just received  a consignment of selected wines from  St. Catherines���port, sherry  The exterior of Al. Almstrom's confectionery store on Dominion avenue  is being covered and generally improved - _    And now it is stated Phoenix is to  have an immense brewery; James  Summers, capitalist, politician, mine  owner, hotel proprietor and stork  booster, is the promoter.  J.  A. HARTLEY,^wEer  ^fcg'^-,^***^;^^  n\  /Is  /IS  /��s  4s  4s  ty  4s  ���1.1 liKRAtYSUI'l'I.Y COMING  EVERY  SLCOWi) DAY.  Every Egg  Guaranteed ��� ��� ���  Fancy Eastern  Esgs   ��� 60c. do*;.  35c. doz,  Grapes  FANCY   TOKAYS, 50c ImsU-t  FANCY CORN IC WEN'S,  ��� ���������������    50 cents haskti  FANCY CONCORDS,  ������:��������� ���    75 Cents baskit  Butter  GOLDEN  ROSE CREAMERY,  40 Cerds   per pound  GOVERNMENT.. CREAMERY,  14   Pouna  Boxes,  $4.90  Latest  Hunting  Don-Art:,  up-todate  We   Will  parody   on  Go,"    sung  "A  by  A-huntmg we did go,  Hallowe'en   passed   off quitely-in  .    _. 1 Phoenix, though   a  quoto of colored       . ,       .        , ... -  A    Chorus   of  California   Beauties,   jokers made an  interesting  round   of I,   A-hunting we did go,  the camp ' "hast tne Cascade mountains,  Mr.-and  Mrs: Francis   Knott  a^lA-hiking throngh ihe snow  Irlron   toat7�� fi-.r    NT-l.r ���  i, -^CKIfi-i   deer nor Solltar*-  R. HORRELL  '������er<~i-: :-vr   r\n <n\  1NOV.  Jth.  iWEDKESirATll  "The Toymaker"  A Solid Night of Laughter, set to Mn��ic.  n  THIRSMY NIGHT  MD0LLY VARMN  ���9  The complete Luln Glaser production  that ran for over 200 nights inNew\ork.  Positively guaranted the best operatic  organization ever offered in Western  Canada.  Seats on Sale at TOM BROWN'S.  children leave for Nelson next week,  where Mr. Knott has secured a lucrative position.   ���  Mrs. McCormick, who has been on  visit to her daughter, Mrs. O.N. Galer,  left on Tuesday for her home at Manhattan, Idaho. ,   .  See" the line of fine .Rattan Arm  Rockers we have at the very special  prices of $5 and $5.50. "Binns, the  Furniture Man." ,  In a  letter  to   the  Pioneer,- H. J.  Baird, formerly of the Brooklyn hotel,  but now at Hope, Idaho, says he   has  he has been having a royal-time shoot-  PRICES,   $1.50;  $1.00; 75c. i>"g ducks and geese.  "-��� <J<=cr nor sylitar**-������""*  But a poor little lonesome mouse  Oh!  Under special- commission from  Uncle Sam, Prof. McMaster rendered  that soul inspiring American melody,  'Yankee Doodle,'to an assembled multitude of 200,000; Gene Shea counted  ballots and Taft was elected amidst a  tumultuous outburst of enthusiasm  Excitement ran wild when it was announced that Jimmy Marshall was  elected governor of Ohio, J.J.  Bas-ett had 25,000 of a majority at  Hanford, and Billy Loutitt had carried  "Milwaukee." ..     _. .     ,  CTt-I-JLl-JUJJX^^  Cigars and Tobaccos  1  WE make a specialty of CIGARS AND TOBACCOS,  and carry a variety of the best brands     ���    ���    +  Gonfectionery  L  THE PURE MATERIALS  used in the  manufacture'  * ������.-���;-��!ft^v��te.:-.-Caiidies    imparts   an   unusually,   rich    and  pleasing  taste.      Try  them if you  want the best  in Sweets. ���    ���    +    +   >    +    ���    ���    ���    +    +  LOWER  TOWN  "^"'.���^       **>       HeADQUARTERS   FOR   MUSICAL ^INSTRUMENTS.  rarrTriTriri^^  /^^tliSTHOrt^  D. J. iVlSLtHeson  insurance Hacnt  riOKMTY--'  BONDS.  COvfIfMsiuVK't    PO��  m&o d  FOR SALE- Fir and  Tamrack $5 per cord  Pine $4.50-per cord.  Phone Your Order To  No.  B 3-2 '  J. MclNTOMINEY  PHOENIX  m  NOVEMBER 25th  OPERA HOUSE, PHOENIX  fOPSf.  General Ensemble of The San Francisco Opera Co., Presenting "Ibe Toymaker," and "Dolly Varr J  in Ph  Better Talent and Combination  of Humorous, Artistic and Min-  strelesque showing has never  been presented in the Boundary  before.   $   $   $   $   $   $... $  PURELY PHOEHtX  TALENT  Coeur d  It is as High in Quality as our  Mountain  City is in   Altitude.  &m m mms urns m.  &   -^  ^ks g;ood to Mr. Geo. Newsto,  t  "Z t    Jng  Engmeer and   Expert   riineralogist  ^^^^^j^^^t^X20''1907 thls besfc knowi1 w  S*^*^ of time tracing the dike  which the OABNEY WORKS HAWtTppI"  and may have a property to swing along the same dike ia aThofufm? PE��  l^a^^callonor^t9      Jr l~ MARTIN. PHOENIX. B. C.  Cheese  Ohtario Cream Chssse, 20c pound  Imporfed Swiss Cheese, 35c pound f  Romana, 60 cenrs per peunJ  riciriho, 60 cents  psr pounJ  Limburger, 2 pounds 75 cents  Dutch Cheese, $1.00 each  oemx Opera House' Wednesday and Thursday, No  Prepared He&b  Beilsd Ham, 35c pound  Ashland Cooked Ham, 25c Ib.  Summer Sausage, 35c pound  Italian Salami, 35 csnts pound  Coeked Calvss Tongue, S1.00 Jar  Cocked ShcepsTongue $ 1 .(II) Jar  Smsked Halibut, 20 cents pound  jmoked Ivippers, 20 c��hts pound  CRANBERRIES, CELERY,  BANANAS,  SWEET POTATOES,  CANTALOUPES  HARDWARE  DEPART.  If you need a HKATKR lor  Winter, we ask you to Icok our  line over before buying.  We have Heaters to suit everyone, from $3.75 to $25 00, and  remember we put ever Heater  we sell on free of charge. If you  ne:d a RANGE OR COOK.  S TO VIC we want to figuie with  you on it.  OUR LINE OF KITCHEN STOVES  IS COMPLETE  We will take your old Stove  as part payment.  It will mean a saving for yon  f you get our  price on anything  ypu  are thinking of buying  in  GROCERIES     OR     HARDWARE.  ^SBBSRggBasgsggaag

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