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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Nov 14, 1908

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 S'f:  AND   BOUNDARY   MINING  JOURNAL,  Ninth Year.  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER   14,   '9��8  ,Np-���S;?  8  THE  Big Stare  KelownaTomatoes, gal tins, 50c  KclownaTomatocs,3lb. tins, 20c  These are the best canned Tomatoes ever put on  the  market;  nude out of ripe Tomatoes  grown  in the famous Okanagan fruit  . district.  >Try a Gallon tin at 50 cents, and ytt will c me bach for more.  r,.      k-,,  i  Wagstaffe's Mince Meat, 5 lb. pail, 85c  Wagstaffcs Plum Puddings, in jars, 75c  These have just arrived in a  car of Fiesh Groceries from  Hamilton, Ont. ;  All our  Raisins, Curranls ;uid  Candied   Peels will arrive  this week.   ������ ' ':. I  New   California  Seeded  Raisins, 2 1b. for 25  cents  New Filiatras Currants, 2 lb. for 25 cents.  New Lemon Peel, 25 cents per lb.  New Orange Peel, 25 cents per lb.  New Citron Peel, 35 cents per lb.  SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY  , FRACHF BROS. LETTUCE,-' BUR HIT'S CELERY, TOKAY  GRAPES, MALAGA GRAPES, NEW WALNUTS,  NEW FILBERTS,  NEW BRAZILS,  OHIO CHESTNUTS.  FRESH APPLE CIDER, 15 Cents Per Quart.  TRY "THOSE EGGS" at 50 Cents per dozen.  Boundary Mining Notes  MARTIN  BURR ELI ,|M.P., YALE-CAR1B.OU  m  1  1  Suggestions  FOR  MARTIN BURRELL  FOR YALE-CARIBOO  Elected  to   the  House of  Commdas  With  --.-   ���^  -    Su/<>epiri^.JMajority.  CHRISTMAS  Ladies' Back Combs,  $2.50 to $8.50  Latest Shapes and Styles  Sterling Toilet Manicure 'Sets,  >3.00 to $50  Separate Manicure Articles,  75c. to $1."  HAND BAGS ALL PRICES  New Selection of Hand-Painted  China Just Arrived, j* & <* <* >*  THE JEWELER  Willi a sweep of nearly Soc majority,  Martin Burrell, Conservative, was on  Thursday elected to the House of  Commons as representative for Yale-  Cariboo, defeating Duncan Ross, late  Liberal irember, and Charles Bunting,  Socialist candidate.  There was no uncertain sound in the  voice of the electorate. At practically  every polling centre Martin Burrell was  given substantial nujorities, I'hoenix  and Hedley being the two exceptions.  Duncan Ross went down to defeat in  Greenwood, his homi-.'town, while Burrell got 102 of a majority in Grand  Forks. Other notable majorities for  Mr. Burrell were Vernon, 7S; Kani  loops, 124: Armstrong, So; Kelowna,  65; and Penticton, 50. Chas. Bunting  *ecured his largest majority over the  other candidates at Mother Lode, On:  Denoro and Celestial, and secured but  450 votes out of a total of about 5,*co  polled in the riding.  The reports were: received at the  Brooklyn hotel amidst great. enthusiasm. A1 S 30 a torchlight procession  was formed, headed by the buss band  wilh Judge Williams as drum major,  and inarched to the upper town, where  a fire alarm was seni in and the brigade  name on the jump to celebrate the occasion. Speeches were delivered b\  Ei nest Miller of Grand Forks and  Judge Williams of Plioenix.  When the ballots here were counted,  and it was found that a Conservative  majority at the last election was turned  to a majority for Ross on Thursday,  local Liberals were much elated, but it  now only served as a comforting salve.  Complete returns are not to hand al  time of going to press, Lot the C.P.R.  telegraph company give th-; following  summary:  Martin Burrell    2721  Duncan Ross        '945  Charles Bunting         4'9  Majority for  Burrell, 776  Following are the points from which  the returns are complete:  Bunting  Burrell   Ross  Phoenix    88  Midway      3  Mother Lode.. . .   23  Eholt      2  Greenwood    46  Grand  Forks    5-5  Notch Hill.     6  Ducks   Nicola   Ashcroft   Burks   Sycamouse.   . .   .  Matakwa      -  Armstrong      2  Vet non       4��  Pavilion   Okanagan  Ldg...     1  Merritt      5  Shtiswap   Reefers   Lytton      1  81  23  16  <7  1 3-  199  18  19  j 8  43  3  6  9  '75  3"'  10  23  2 o  15  3  101  25  9  1 o  1 20  97  25  -, 1  1 o  39  18  7  7  95  223  6  1 o  1-I  1 1  6  11  Spuzzum   River Valley. . . .  Spe.nces Bridge...  Hedley   Keremeos   Granite Creek. ..  Princeton   Aspen Grove... .  Penticton.  Kelowna   West  Bank   Canoe Creek   Iyanhoe Mine....  Summerlaiid....  Peach land   Fraser Lake   Stanley Creek. . .  115-Mile House.  150-Miie House.  Alexander   Stanley   Barkerville   Texas Creek ....  Clinton   Harpers Camp���  Soda Creek   Lillooet   Stump Lake.. . .  Kamloops. .-. . .*.'  Enderby   North Fork.. ....  Savonas   Pennys   Riski Creek.. . . .  Quesnell   Quesnel Forks ...  Stoney Creek ���  Wing Dam   Hat Creek   North Bend ....  Highland Valley.  Dot Station   Chase   Tappen        Salmon Arm ....  Kault   Three Valley   Mission Road^���  l.umby.   Mara   Oro Denoro ....  Fife   Cascade.   Celestial   4  10  '5.  3  11  3  1  11  3  3'  3  7  2  10  9  3  25  4S  .48  4  61  6  108  '52  5  '4  1  97  66  4  4  9  11  6  12  4'  6  23  6  7  47  8  320  98  '4  '7  "5 '  L3  53  8  4  10  11  >9  1  9  6  6  70  5  3  16  4'  '3  5  7  '    '3  t  ���4  4  7  63  25  2  3'  17  49  87  11  ���9  10  78  23  2  8  14  22  5  17  24  3  5  9  -    4  '5  8  196  72  5  19  4  12  22  5  8  9  *-5  12  10  3  1  10  79  11  4  S  47  14  8  4  5  1  , The force at the Snowshoe mine  was somewhat increased this week and  more machines were put in operation.  On the Lone Star, a Washington  property of the B. C. Copper company  testing has been going on with the  diamond drill. Some 90 feet of $j6  ore is now said to be blocked out.  The B.C. Copper company's smelter  treated 13,054 tons of ore ibis week,  as follows: Mother Lode, 11,079; oro  Denoro, 1,135; custom ore, 4?o; other  properties,'426.  The Consolidated company's Snow-  shoe mine, has again commenced shipments to the Greenwood smelter.  Since the 6lh inst. the mine has been  shipping 400 tons per day, 200 tons  going to Greenwood smelter and 200  to Trail. The shipments for the past  seven days show an increase over previous weeks.  The question of resumption of dividends by the Granby company should  receive early-attention, as the company  is now earning at the rate of between  $6 and $.7 per share when running full.  The company reported a net surplus  at the end of its fiscal year, June 30th,  of $2,455,000. It resumed'dividend  payments early last summer at the rate  of $8 per share, but could not maintain them, as it had smelting difficulties  which seriously interfered with earnings.'���Boston News Bureau.  At the Granby smelter the entire  battery of eight furnaces are in commission, including the: recently enlarged one which has a' daily capacity  of about 550 tons. The smelter is  now treating about'.3096' tons per day,  and is turning out copper at the rate  of 2,500,000 pounds.per month. The  work of enlarging the other seven furnace?, blowing out one at a time, has  not been commenced as yet. All the  furnaces will probably be in com mis  sion for the balance of this month.  PROMINENT COPPER  AGENT IN CAMP  Large  Granby    Shareholder  Visits Mines  'jiiiHis. Gardner- .of-.London, -England;  :pne> of,the largest shareholders in the  Granby   company,   was   a   visitor   in  ���camp for..a couple.of. days ..��*>���?�������ii--  being  shown   througn  the  mines   by  Manager'A: B. "VV. Hodges.  Mr. Gardners is in charge of the  London office of the American Metal  company, which handles a large amount  of Granby copper, Jacob Langeloth  being President of both it and the  Granby company.  Mr. Gardner is also largely interested  in Montana and California mining and  is combining business with pleasure in  a tour of the proper'ies. He is accompanied by Mrs. Gardner.  Royal Eagle Mlaitrels.  Owing to conflicting booking dates,  November 24 has been finally and  definitely decided on as the date for  the performance to be given in aid of  the sun parlor for the Phoenix General  Hospital.  Good Shew Company.  The San Francisco Opera company  who held the boards in Phoenix opera  house Wednesday and Thursday even  ings in the "Toymaker" and "Dolly  Varden" are considerably the best  company which has shown here.  Large audiences greeted the performances both evenings and were generous with applause. The company  includes many high class artists, the  costumes were rich, and it is to be regretted that the size of the local opera  house allowed the use of ittie of the  regular scenery.-  KOOTENAY ELECTS '  A. S. GOODEVE.  The election in Kootenay was  anoth- great victory for the Conservatives, A. S. Goodeve piling up a  majority of 924 over Smith Curtis,  Libaral, and W. Davidson, Socialist.  The figures totals are ns follows;  A. S. Goodeve    3079  Smith Curtis      215s  W.  Davidson    1200  Majority for Goodeve, 924  Latest Prices in Meialc  Nkw York���-Copper, Hectrolvtic, *14-  37>,�� @$I4.60; laKti.*14 50 �� H4.C.2.  Bur Silver. 52  Lead. $4 571-4 @ *4.62  Spel'er, $4.70 <8 $4 75  Enioyable Dance  No more successful or enjoyable  dance has ever been given it Phoenix  than the annual dance of Snowshoe  Lodge, No. 46, I.O.O.F., given in  Miners' Union hall last Motday evening. On only one occasion'has the  hail been the scene of a latge assembly  ���at the time of the opering. The  guests included many from Geenwood,  Boundary Falls, Mother ���ode and  Eholt. The Boundary Fals orchestra gave splendid music and tesponded  to encores repeatedly.  THE TRIP OF  MINING EXPERTS.  Canadian Mining Journal Tells'  of Visit in Boundary.  The following account of the trip'of  the members of the Canadian Mining  Institute and their British aiffl European guests through the Boundary  written by one of the party, appears in  the issue of the Canadian Mining  Journal of Nov.   1:  ' GREENWOOD.  After the banquet at Rossland the  parly proceeded to Trail, and left for  Greenwood, airiving there in the fore:  iioon. Tln-y were met by Mr.. Keffer;  who was president of the institute last  year; Mr. McAllister and other representative tnen'of the district. A visit  was made to the British Columbia Copper company's mine and smelter. This  mine is of a different type than any we  had seen on the trip, and it was a surprise lo some ol the party at least, to  see what was being done with ore of  this grade. The ore body had been  systematically blocked and sampled!  So far as ihe mining is concerned;;there  is no guesswork about-the operations:  Tlie same may be said of the smelter.  The party were interested in seeing how  few men it took to operate this' stiielter.  As explained by Mr. Keffer i and Mr.  McAllister, the succtss of the operations of the British -Columbia Copper  company depends .in, several factors)  Firstly, the large size of the ore body;  secondly, its uniform grade: thirdly, its  being self-fluxing; fourthly, little'or no  timber being required in mining. .  in the evening a.smoker was held in  Greenwood. This had its special features but it is not Our intention to go  into details concerning any affair of  this kind. ��� <.-.-'   ;  PHOPNIX AND GRAND FORKS.  Leaving Greenwood, the party proceeded to I'hoenix, where are situated  ihe mines of the Granby company. At  Nelson we had teen joined by A. B.  VV. Hodges, the general manager of  the Granby company. Mr -Hodges  is the very active chairman of the Brit!  ish Columbia branch of the Institute,  and had given considerable time to  organizing the trip in British Columbia.  At Phoenix he and his staff showed us  over the extensive works and plant of.  the mine. Some-idea of the works cari  be gathered when it is said that 20,'  oeb,boo~tons -of'ore'''aTe"bl6cked.-c��titr  This ore, like that-of the British Columbia Copper company at Greenwood,  "rr-r'f ���"������---���^Aj.fco^Jnn'oheon.aDro  vided by the company at Phoenix, the  party left for Grand Forks to visit the  smelter of the Granby company.    They  were  met  by   the   mayor  and   other  officials of the town, and given a hearty  welcome to the town.-  It may be added  that Grand Forks does not depend on  the   mineral industry alone,  but   that  the,  surrounding  country   supf orts   a  very  prosperous  fruit industry;    The  mayor and the gentlemen accompanying  him made our welcome complete by  presenting us with baskets and boxes  of beautiful fruit of the district, together  with several bouquets of their flowers  to be used on our dining cars.'  The smelter at Grand Forks handles  about 3,500 tons of ore a day, and it  is said .that in the not distant future  5,000 tons will be treated.  In the last volume of the transactions of the Institute an account of  some of the'operations of the Granby  company is given. The paper which  Mr. Hodge read during our visit to  Victoria gives further details.  DOMINION COPPERS  . MINES EXAMINED.  Frederic Kef fe��; Makes Thorough Investigation. "'*''"���  Frederic Keffer, consulting'engineer  of the B.C. Copper company,...w,i.th ,a  staff of assistants, were engaged for  ttn d ys this month making a complete  examination of the: RawhirJe'l aind  Brooklyn mines of the Dominion Copper company. The examination has  been most exhaustive and samples for  assaying have been taken from every  lead in each ofthe properties. Previous  to commenc-i'i the work here the Sunset mine, in Dead wood, camp, and the  Mountain Rose, in Summit camp, were  thoroughly examined,, s��V that'in 'concluding Ins investigation at 'V. Rawhide, and . Brooklyn Mr.-,,, Keff.rT was  able to compile a detailed report on  the Dominion company's mines.-   ���'���'���  Mr. Keffer was not disposed to give  any information regarding fhe inspection of the properties, though iris said  he was acting for large shareholder* *>f  the Dominion Copper. The p'foWa- '  bility of the B.C. Copper' company  securing .a* lease, of. ihe Dominion  properties is a matter of much I<xmI  comment.- - ��� -   ������ ���  TOWN TO BE RID  UNDESIRABLES  v/r-  as  Patronize home industry and smoke  "Boundary"cigar; union made, Havana  filled.:  Questionable Characters Must  Go���Accounts Passed., '���  The regular session of the city  council was held-in the council cham-  berf'on- Wednesday evening,- -Mayor  Matheson and Councillors Biner,Kno.lt,  Rogers and Carson being present . \  On motion of Aid. Biner'and Kn^it  Mrs Graham will: be  offered   $50  final payment of her claim.,-..      . ,  The clerk was instructed to write'J.  D.'Sperice expressing the regret of the  council regarding the action, of officiils  in connection with a recent arrest, Hut  do not consider the city is-in any  way. liable. ......    . - - ���-- ��� ���-������ -  It was moved by Aid. Knott, .seconded by Aid. Rogers "That "the  chief-of police be instructed :to rid4the  town of all undesirable characters? who  have no visible means of support; that  any hotel proprietor who harbors such  characters should be reported. to the  board of license commissioners' with' a  recommendation to have the license  cancelled." :������ - ���������������'������ i. .'���' r.-: ���.''���:-*'.���'  .... The following accounts, were passed.  A. S. Hoba".....-;-..������.; 2 50.,  J. Brison   D. McDougall '..  H. Hartley.    2  Morrin, Thompson & Co  H. Matthews,   C. Stalker. ..'... ,. . .  Granby Co.....'   Phoenix Livery....     ...  Phoeiiix Electric Light C6.io8-00  McRae Bros.. . ..'!......   4 30  B. C. Telephone Co...... n  00  Phoenix Pioneer 30 20  C. A. Ross... 1.9 .86  Firemen. .'. 20 06  2  00  2  00  2  00 -  6  65 :  39  ;6o ;  5  59 >  2  5P -  2 t  00  ��� Olioo -Braak,  An interesting event took place in  Phoenix at high noon on Thursday,  when Charles Olson was married to  Miss Helma Brusk. The ceremony  was performed by the Rev. Samuel  Lundy, the bride being attended by  Miss Annie Buckland,. .while . Edward  Farnstrom supported the groom'.' After  a sumptuous wedding dinner 'at''the  Victoria hotel the happy couple feft on  the 2.10 train amid showers- of: rice,  for a honeymoon to Republic,. Wash.  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  Nov.   14   '08  The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines (or igor, for iqoi.. lor \  ( looa. for 1903, for 1904. Ijt 1905.   or 1906, and 1907. as reported to the phoenix Pioheer-  Addrees and Presentation.  On  the  evening of Tuesday, Nov.  10th, a number of the Iriends gathered  at the home of Mrs. Geddes to enjoy a  social evening with  Mr.  and   Mrs.  F.  Knott and   family,   before  their  departing   from   Phoenix.     During   the  early part of the evening the company  enjoyed a number of progressive guess  games, after which lunch  was served.  ~ he   lunch    over,   prizes   were   presented  to   the   most  successful   com  >etito:s of the   guessing contests, nnd  n address was read, and presentation  adt- to  Mr.  and Mrs.   Knott.    The  rest-ntation took  the form  of a well  lied purse, and   after   making  fitting  region of their best wishes   for the  liCnott family in   their  new home, the  company   dispersed.     Mr. and    Mrs.  Knott left for Nelson on Thursday.  Mink.  . Granby Mines.  Snowshoe ���...  1 Phoenix Amal  1 B. C. Copper Co.  Mother Lode.���   5.340  B. C Mine  19.494  Kmma ��   Oro Denoro ��   * Bonnie Belle   , Oom. Cop. Co....  Br'klyn-Stem-   Idaho-   Rawhide   Sunset..  ��   Mountn Rose   Athelatau     1,300  '     Morrison   I K. Bell   Senator   1 Brey Hogle   No. 37   ' Reliance   1 Sulphur King   Winnipeg  1,076  ' Golden Crown...     J.3SO  King Solomon   3iK Copper ,  No. 7 "Mine   ' City of I'aris  1 Jewel   Kiveisiile   ' Carmi   , Salty   Kambler   Butcher Boy   Uuucan   Providence   I Klkhorn   1 Strathmoie   Golden Katie   1 Preston   1 Prince Henry   Skylark   1 Last ChBiice   1 U. P. U. Mine   Bay   ' Mavis   1 Don Pedro   Crescent   1 Ruby   ��� Republic   Miscellaneous...   3,130  1900     1901        1901       1903       1904       t9oj  ��4.S53 331.76a 309.858 393.7<��   549.703    65.'.3!<9  ��97      1,731    30,800    71,313   1906  301.401  8,416  1907  6'3s537  ��35.oor  1^:8 '  906,427  26.376,  3��-  Past.  Week ,  20.0J7  ,.?Soo '  99,034 141.336 133,079  47,405 14,811 19.365  650  8,530 33,937    "5.537  174,398    147.576  37.960  16,400  0,485  .1.007  105,900  1-lSS  II (*M  3.<77  30S.331  1,713  18,374  14,481  250075-      ir.566  S03  550  7.455    15.731  1,040  "��75  160  665  3,000  3SO  150  joo  785  635  483  3,060  890  5.646  3.339   303  33.35"      55 73'  35,108  3.��S6  4.747  3.070  3.��50  1..-59  4.586  3.450  233  364  33  140,685  3.060  36,033  48,390  3.555  43.-N5  >3.��53  64.173  3'-*70  31.IS8  i.8��  13  150  649  02,300  5 7So'  10,740  0.OO3  5i'">  120  .950  993  400  586  ...30  145  736  325  167  5\5  6*.   30  106  -.6  9  iS  I  140  40  140  15  589  80  .  J.456  315  500  to  500  90  6S  10S  ......_.  700  30       .  55  60  ���'���'���"- '      ������������'���  "4        30  ".':.'Z    "'.'..'.  Total, tons  96.600 300,800508.876 690.419 8aa,*o.s  ' Smelter treatmeut��� . .    "  '     Granby Co ��.3,387   33o,83�� 113,34c 401.931 590,2,2  B C.CopperCo  "7.6n 148.000 163.513 110.4M  Dom.Cop. Co - 133,570 3Q-' .V  j.vVi-ii 161.5371.148,337 1,238,393     35.353'  tS;.,)-vS 838,879  :io Mio 123.740  S. 059      218,311  657,626  341.95a  '53-<39  S73.24-' 21.6.(3 1  29^ 147 14 054 I  22.66I-. ���  - ; V  Total reduced.. 62.389 348.439 460,940 697404 83: 65    osj.8 ��� 1.173.430 I.I33.0I7 1,104.060   34 697  rvlv;i'  f  I  ���f  ������$������'  ���a-'  I  1 THE PHOENIX PIONEKR.  Uin,*  mm]  f' ,Srtr'tJ*'  m  m  $S8Sgfefii&8  'Ste  in the Home. It enable* you to  prepare tasty meab; to re-serve  cold meat and vegetables in a palatable and wboiesome form.  BO VRIL enable* tbe housewife  to ajrre tasty and nutritious food to  tfaoae under her care.  A ftatarC firmed to tarri LvL. Jtatimi  ���nBSMaf-scalar JO* huUrt ~TmMt tntkW  The Phoenix Pioneer  Aa*f Besmaary KSiaicf JoomaJ.  amemm ������ aaroaoaTaat tub  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  arracMmz.B.c  T. ALFRED LOVE. Manaoki*.  Tia^^)SSSSn^S��S^S:-  KOOTENAY ACTiVITV  Mlalng Outlook Is very flrithl fcr the Comlof  Wlairr.  Nothing more strikingly indicates the  recent and   expected  increase   in   the  I mining   of  the    Kootenays than   the  'activity shown by the Canadian Pacific  railway in building new transport bargi s j  and tugs for service on the   Kootenay  and   Arrow   Jakes.     During   the   past  summer two new barges for transporting trains from Arrowhead to Nakusp,  and one  new   tug   was   built   on   the.  Arrow, and two new barges were built j  in Nelson   for carrying  cars   between  Proctor and Kootenay Landing on the  Kootenay lake.    Now there are build-  I ing in the Nelson yards   still   another  large btrge and a new lug.    This increase in the transport fleet  is   practically   due   ��o  the   increased   mining  activity, which produces this effect on  tbe shipyards at tbe same time thai it  causes the continual increase of the,  capacities of the smelters.    The  out- j  look for the Kootenay and  Bounday  districts  during   the   winter and  for  rime to come is very bright  Tho  oven does  the baking-, the  fire-box controls  the oven heat,  and the grates  hold the coal or  wood that produces the heat, so  THE   ORATES  are important.  n  THE  Sask-alta  a>  No. is.  taVta  ������� MoaUu.  ���UMOurnc** ta aDvanca,  r��ta< Called atatet. per year.  . s.as  t-JO  Sirtklaj Ft teres re increased Use of Capper  Frank Fayant, in a copyright letter  published by Thomas Gibson, says of  copper:  Tbe use of copper in the electrical  industry may  be indicated by a few  striking fact*.    Tbe amount of copper  in Bell telephone lines increased from  330,000,000 pouncs in 1905, to 375,-  1000,000 pounds in 1906, to 430,000,  000 pounds in 1907, and it will soon  reach  half a  billion���a consumption  before the collapse, of a million pounds  of new wire a week, more copper than  al! the mines of the country produced  when the telephone was introduced and  the Anaconda was opened up 30 years  ago.    The Bel wires, if strung out in  one line would reach 37 times as far  as  the moon.    The 50,000   miles of  electric  \ Pbuhle  I    \DupIex  'Grates  "B&sk-alta" Double Duplex Grates are made  in four pieces, each grate shakes separately.  Ashes over one grate can be shaken without  wasting good fuel over other grate. No poking  necessary, thereby saving fuel. Dampers at both  ends of fire-box secure perfect j drafts. When  grates are inverted for wood a'patent clamp  retains them in position. The easiest-working  way is the surest-serving* waj ��� and that's  "Sask-alta" way. j  LtvmJM, T*r��ot0, MMtreat, WlotU��c*,Vaae��)iiver. ft J*fcn. MamHtsa Canary  HUNTER-KENDBICK  CO., Ltd..) Local Agents.  EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK  Employs a s>stem which make-1 if  it easy for its out-of-town di-p<isii<>rs  to    open     accounts     and     transact  husmess    by ' mail    with   any   ..f  graying  order..       Cartfal "*>ntionk?P  James a. hcke;;  IIS  ol -HfiBTV ONE BRANCH OFFICES  DETAILED   INFORNATION  FURNISHED  ON   REQUEST.  51  ^BT.CARSON,^  M/J'^of/^/a���d^^X  6romA/A. ���,>..._, , ^ ��*ni  M'ners'd,  promptly attended to;  ing a specialty.  Ira;  Greenwood ^ TQgQ  LI TI C  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 9.30 a.in.]  " ,l lower town, 10.00 a.m. -Standard  Leave  Greenwood      -        7.00 d. in.J  Time  3.00 p.  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  Phoe*ix Okkicb, With McKak Baos., Knob Hill Avb.  D. L. McELROY, Proprietor.  HOOD,  Fl��, I He ��nd  Afclou|  Oeneral Aicat. _ __***"  Bank Block, Phoenix, Be.  SHAVING PARLORS  AND    BATHROOM  ^%n'^-���    P���0ENlXiKc  LOWER   T01V.V. 7  FOR   AN   EASY   SHAVE  AND STYLISH HAIRCUT  BATHS   u  CONNECTION  'MMItftvMlgafc  ��� �� sssi m<iii��i  gwnrnrwrffl^^  PACK DRIVING.  car lines in the country now Fre)tt,er,  ,. BritM Mmmb(M ,re ���.���.,.  have 100,000,000 pounds of copper in Mea tmi Exptrt W���B Himi<  conductors, and the country has only ��� Tbe mAitted pack freighter in the  begun to build trolley lines. To carry Canboo dlstnct of Bn-tish Columbia  electnc power from generating stations, disdains the use of reins. H ;s charge  200,000 miles of wire, weighing 500,- fs piioted with a jerk line, operated  000,000 pounds, is now in use.    Only frora the baclc of the  "nieh  wheeler"  I Long trains off these little animals, each  j bearing its apportioned weight, may be  seen travelling north from Ashcroft in  the early spring.    Packing is done on  contract,   by experienced men.    Sup  1 plies fcr the Grand Trunk Pacific rail  way are transposed over the Ashcroft  t--v   irom tfte back of the  "nigh  wheeler" route'    They're   freighted   to  Soda  a. tenth of the power of the country is saddlej   for   his   accomodation.    To  Creek and transferred to steamers there  now generated electrically.    The 2oo,r prevent the awkward predicament  of for shipment, 20J miles up the Fraser,  000 miles of ocean cables contain 100,. two big freight outfits meeting in pre-  to Fort Georget A large increase in  000,000 ponnds of copper, carious places on the mountain road-,  this  business is anticipated   with the.  Our normal consumption of copper  |oud   t)nkIing beiIs are   worn on the development 0/construction work  in  for wire is now close to 200,000,000  ,ead borseS) in the mu,ical accompani,   """  'Everything  is progressing  rapidly  P��unds    a   year,    with     150,000,000  merltofwhich there is perpetual augury  in the Coast province,  and   traffic  is   pounds  more  used  m   ^electrical of   their  passage.    Serious  accidents  now very heavy.    The good  crops in   ,ndust,7ia tne manufacture of machinf are not cornmcm jn the   records,  al,  Manitoba and the   western  provinces  ery'    When we take'up; steam railroad] th^h incident8 mjght be cited where  m ^  -        V 4~*sa-^-?- ,-^.-��r^-^���-"^rgrieVoui^mTsr^.urJe^n-as-oeiai.eu-rtic  an enormously increased demand for' -  DANNY DEANE, Proprietor.  This is the Largest and Newest  Hotel in the.city, heated by  hot water.and  well  furnished  throughout for the accommodation  Meet, erery WRDNKSDAY KtcoIu, i���������  Sc.ndln.-)��n H.U.oid IromWM iTtMf  Vultinif brelhreo rordl.lly wtlcome.  HP. FI��HNSTROJI,Prt,!d.i1t  , A. O. JOHNSTOV, TU,. g��y.  PHOENIX NEST   >   ORDER OF OWLS.  I MeeUevcty Thuhxdav Hvi>  IKO, at Miners' Union Hal]  of the public.    Everything   Neat,  Clean  and  Up-toDate.    Meals  served at all hours, special attention  being given   the   Oiningroom.  -^    CordUl W��Icecn�� toBrcthrcn. Vi^ilng_  F.KBusteed, general  superinten-j  dent, ofthe Pacific division of the C  F-^., who was in- Winnipeg last week, |    ��� ���*  - kfrfraflr  Located on ffbe Bridge,  Fifth  S^ecr,   Prioenix. ^  STEAM   HHATBD. ELECTRIC   LIGHTING. TELEPHONE   4S.    ^m  W f^miPHtlllMfnwINIfillVlfllil.iliHilflNiinffMIWfMMVfliilWfflllV  are, of course,  responsible ft��� '*'"a"'  notthmt there is much   wheat moving  in the court province, but because the  good crop in Manitoba has restored a  feeling of confidence.     The lumber  traffic is   particularly  heavy for ��� this  season of the year, and all the  mills  are-beginning to receive larger orders.  Heavy shipments are being sent east to  consumers in   Manitoba and Saskatchewan.      Tbe  tourist  traffic is,  of  course over and in this department tbe  year's .business was such that the com  pany*s officials were well pleased.    AH  through the summer months the travel  was heavy and thousands, of people  visited the famous. resorts of British  Columbia.''  B.C  President Roosevelt, after his Afri-  ��� can trip, is to visit England, and will  deliver the Romanes lecture at Oxford,  and on the occasion.of the university  eowpeaionsicn will receive the honor*  T '^de��ree <* ��. C I*, which Oxford  J*^ybe��owed on tbe Emperor  WiHum. Mr*. RoowtH U to *jin  htm at Khartoum on bis return trip.  A pint of chaiapaigne should be the  hmjt foralady, d*clar�� a Kew York  ��*pert on such matters.  lilt exuiUacTM OtUgktM Jeermt,.  In *lea#hy U*Uz to Premie McBride,   His   Excellency   Earl   Grey  Governor-general of Canada, .tarted ��'  as follow?;���  t'l have just returned to Ottawa from  my trip to the west, and my fim letter  must be one of thanks to you for the  ��.ft   I  received  from  your beautiful  prowncein the thupe 0f ont o{ Jfa  most delightful holidays  I have ever  en;oyed   since I first began to     ���  mrholidays, nearly fifty year. &go>! *  My first week was spent i��� W8|-t;n,i  various fruu farms at  Grand Forks  Keremeo^Pc���ticton>    Summerland,'  Kej-na, Coldstream and  the Koof!  copper. Following the electrification  of the terminals in New York, Philadelphia, Boston and Chicago, wilj  come the use of electric power on  main lines with congested traffic���-the  Hudson division of the New York.  Central, the New Haven from New,  York? to Boston, and the Pennsylvania  from "New York to Philadelphia. Italy  has begun the electrification of 1000  miles of road, Germany is entering on  an electric railway era, and in England  electric power would seem to be the  only salvation of the English railroad  companies.' :."���'''" ,':;������]���':'  The American copper industry has  grown   at an   astounding rate.    We  have just stopped to catch our breath.  Copper is still in its infancy.    When  we began using the telephone and the  ekctrtc light thirty years ago our copper production was 50^000,970pounds,  a year j when  the ekctrtc ��tr��et car|  J wa* - introduced twenty yean ago we!  were itmwng oot n$otoao,oi>& pounds  a year; wh��j toe era tai k/ogiiistaxice  eUxUic power tcaminresion opened a  little more than ten years ago we wswtd  5*0^000,000 pounds of copper-,  now  our mines are on  n.   1 ,oooroootooo'  pound basis, wtth  the era of steam  railroad electrification just begun.  freighting outfits.    It is customary for  the  freighter  to carry  bis   "kitchen''  along with   him.    He camps   by  the  wayside, *��� in   summer^and   turns  his  horses to the bunch grass.  _ Owing to the well-established trails  and equipment for transport Ashcroft  is a common.,rehdezvous of exploratory  excursions into the northern country.  All the types given to lonely adventure  and organized expedition sojourn in the  little   frontier  town���landseeker  and  surveyor, prospector and woodsman, "���- ������������ +"* menus ana nim-  tbe envoy of capital, the gold hunter se]f had Just pmp'eted the inspection  ���with bis pack on bis back.    In such  of ^ tract near  Alert Bay,   Van-  r  British Col umbra  INVJST MILLIONS.,  ' v    . ,;w.���  Tlsiber ia ������� Denaatf by Americas  <^tall*��.  1     o 1���:mX H0Ha >���=��� iiKely" to  be invested in British Columbia tim-  ber limits by iwealthy American syndicate which vis recently organized in  Chicago; Its i chief promoters are  Messrs. Charles Bentley of Chicago,  Harry E. Hooper of Indianapolis, arid  John Evans, "i[ Eniersori, Iowa, "who  are touring B.IL  Mr. Bentle/' states that it was a  certainty that in enormous amount of  American captal.would be invested in  Coast timber treas after the presidential   elections:   His friends and him  Hotel Brooklyn  DAVID  OXLEY.   Pr��M��nt.  WM. LOUTT1T, S.CKUry  KingEdward Lodge, No.3d  A. F. and A. M.  KeKuUr commuulntlon 8 p. m. S��  ond Thunday of each month.  Emergent meeting, *,callcd;Mi��ODi>  Hair, McHale Block.  . M. SHERBINO,  Secretary.  T. RODERICK.  W.JI.  Jai.'  ���-.*J-.-'#i.^.,J  The Only First-Class ana X7p-Trv   Date   Hotel   in   Phoenix.    New  A-on.   .oll.r  lo   roof. BcJt   Ssilljjlc  Rooms in the Boundary,.Opposite  G.N. Depot. Modern Bathrooms  Steam   j*    Heated  I. O. 0. F.  SNOWBHOK LODGK NO. tb  tfecu every Moudny Erening   al Mineri' U��)  Viaitlng brethren cordially invited.  W. A. Pickajid Noble Grand.  W. K. Hvst-op, Kecord. Sec).  T. A. Lovk, Per. Finan. Hecj-.  PHOKMX   A.EIUK   No! 1S8  ��t  JAMES flARSHALL, Prop. Phoenix. B.C.  Meet5in UnlonHtll  Tuesday rveuiagt.  VUllIng    brolhti>  alnrayawcl omc  I   Wki��, W. P.  Harry Jambs,  W. Sec  with his pack on bis back.    In such  picturesque and cosmopolitan human  ity is .found  Ashcroft's  predominant  sociological cast,    The well-worn highways of old Cariboo are convenient to  this nortbeni migration, which scatters  thence into tbe obscurities and hazards  of tbe wilds    Supplies are transported  hy.paek UiisiJrom Ashcroft for the  Hudson's   Ba.y   Company   at    Fort  George, atjl to points in the Ntchaco,  Ch3coti�� tod other territories oi the  north,    for this service tbe hardy and j  ��ure-foowd mule is commonly used  couver Island and on Knight's Inlet on  the mainland, Mr. Bentley frankly  admitted that he did hot intend-to  close any deas for at: least a fortnight.  He feels confident that Republicans  will place lunber on the free list.  . When yoti tell a business story with  cold type, set that the work is done in  an artistic wiy, so that it will attract  attention, anc.be convincing.  l��adlai  Heal of Bavadary'a Ui(la|  .    Millar Cms  Hotel Balmoral  K.ofP.L0DiiE,i\'o.28  ��� I'HOENIX, D.C   Meet.- t-vrry Tt'fcsiuv  Kvictsisn    ':    : ;  1 !icwTOi"!?*. Bro��he-a C rd.n I)  New and Dp-(o-date  Centrally Located,  ; Oood. sample Roomav  Corner Koob BUI Aye., and Flrat St.,  PHOENIX, B. C  ���-������-"  J-��  McatASTER  Proprietor.  P C GRAHAM, v.c.  ��lcom��l.  K   h. Mccracken,  k. of h. a.  tlltt* **m fUvtrl  A new record for driving in the  Rossland camp was made last month.  In the] Surprise tunnel (Le Roi No. 2)  Messrs. Sexton, Swanson, Piper and  ' Jacobson drove 180 feet from the 51b  of October to the 4th of November,  did all'their own blasting, using one  machine, and working two shifts.  Bai symptoms"      | Greenwood   Liquov  Co  ���marwho has Deriodlral h��^     ��      ~~Q    ..._jL       ^"V#��  La^est-Fitiest-Fastest  AND QUEBEC  fO LIVERPOOL  Th�� womar who has periodical bead-  mehea, backathe, sees   Unaginary  dark  fcpoW or specla Uoatfng or dancing- before  iter eye*, naainawlnjr distress or heavy  , . foil feellog- inftomach, faint spells, drag-  ; \ g$ng-<krwD/peilag la lower tWominal ot  1 pelvic regton&i&lly startled or excited,  Irreguktror p.inf a! periods, with or without   wlvfe  atarrh. Is  suffering   from  weaknffcjpH aaiflerangemenu that should  have eZfly aeentlon.    Not all of above  ���ymptosb iti likely to be present in any  case at qneXipc  Keglxtefi rr badly treated and such  eates/6fjea lin Into maladies which do-  man/ ute safteoa's knife if they do not  atoll*  Oct. 2r���S S. Uiktt Brie   ���  "    ��i���U.MS. Empiem of Britain  Nov.  T���8.8. Lake Manitoba  "    Vt���RM.8. Ernr>rc8�� of Treland  "    21���S,S. Lake Cliamplaiii  FROM Sr. JOHN, N.B.  Nov. 21���UM H. KmpreBs of Britain  Dee.   6���S.S. Lake Erie  "     11���R.M.S. Empress of I/eland  Two Killed aad Seen fajaretf.  A horrible accident occurred shortly  after midnight Saturday, when, a head-  on collision took place between the ir  o'clock New Westminster car and the  11.30   o'clock   car  from Vancouver,  ,        , ,    r>    .   \ n' \ ������-������������ .uiibuuu or jtuecica Dy disease,  bound for Central rark. the stomach and other organs of digestion  Motorman Murdoch McDonald, of First Cabin $72.50 and Upward   ^SV/wettedT^d flo^A  the Vancouver car, .was killed; Motor- Aftev November 2ht, $65.00 ^"^X?W���^*' fo"-'   To��  man Jamieson, of the Westminster car  c^^ Cabjn $42.50and Upw'fd  had his skull very badly fractured and Ti.   . r,       eo- cn        , *JL0 --  will probably die, and about ,5 or 2o  Th,rd C,aS5 J27'50 ^d $28.75  passengers were injured, a number of To   LlVEliyo0L>   LOSDON,  GLM-  ,. -niiiMgi    t'ne   very  besV  ingredients  known to mcllcal science for the cure of  woman's peoillar ailments enter into its  composition. No alcohol, harmful, or  haWt-fonninj drug Is to be found in th��  list of its ligTwilcnts printed on each  bottle-wrap;r;r and atte��ted under oath.  In any conlitlon of the female system.  Dr. Pierce's favorite Prescription can do  rly good���never harm. Its whole effect  to strengthen, invigorate and regulate  the whole female system and especially  the pelvic organs. When these are deranged In function or affected by disease,  the stomach and other organs of digestion  become   nvmnmi.��n����ii".   '��--    ���  We furnish the trade all over the   Boundary   with  the Choicest Imported and Domestic  Wines, Liquors and Cigars  As wc ship direct in Carloads, we  can   make   the  prices right, and give prompt shipment.  Jas. McCte&th & Co.  GREENWOOD, B  C.  MINERAL ACT.  (FOKM  ft.)  CertlBcita af iBpr.v.m.nU.  NOTICB.  ^0��.",M,n^aI a��"��.��.t��te In tbeGreei-  ��rood Mining DivUion of y��,e DUtrict, BritUh  Columbia.  Where located-ln Greenwood Camp.  TAXB NOTICK that I, Murdock Mclntyrr,  "-e Miner. CerUficale No B io4����, intend,  ����iyday. from the date hereof, lo aPpIy u, tie  Wining Recorder |or a Certificate of Impro��-  meau. for the pnrpoae ol obtaining a Crow.  r.rant or the abo*e claim.  And fortb*r Take Notice that actlcn, under  ������^���tlon 37, muort be commenced before the 1��-  'a^H.0!^h Certlfic����"> ���� toproremeoli.  Dated tbia ,nd day of October, A.D., 1,08.  MUKDOCK Mcl.NTYRE.  Li  THE  MINING REVIEW  them seriously, while others escaped  with cuts about the head and a bad  shaking-up.  GOW. BELFAST.  IiRanwaXei::r'Un fl'J��� ^ *"  Try the Pioneer job department for j H. M. H^���*^)2Z?k-  [JWW ����X�� Odtt of printing. j ��7 JfcDermot Av" g      '  Winnipeg, MsVrftohfl.  vnP?&P�� n.ot..b0 "P^t^ oi this ��Fa^  IffJFiZ,"*0?, Pt,on.'* It will not perform  E/^JLl? wl" not care tumors-no meo>  i*S2���wll\,ltwlu often Prevent themftt  fSwS." i^tlT' and thus the opcratlni  Voided        ,J�� aur��fX"i'0 knife may bf  Bi}l^en s,'fferin(r from diseases of lonpj  standing, are invited to consult Doctor  ��I��ieif^Mby lettoT<frce. All correspondence  onJSuhfT <Rtri9ly "Wvato and sacredly  Buinflo?N.'Y.Ad(lrefia Dn * V- P'erc^  iu ^L^IVCC'S Nodical AdviserOOOOpages)  BSTADLISIIED    IN     tSOO.  THE  MOST  PRACTICAL  MINERS'  PAPER   IN   THE    WORLD. <*���*-  MINERAL ACT.  (Form f.)  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICK.  Woodburn, Woodburn Fractional, and Luck/  Shot Fractional Mineral Claim., aituate in the  firaiid Forica MIninB Divialon of Yale Dl.trlct  Where located-On Fourth of July Creek.  TAKE NOTICK that I, Svdvev if. Johnson,  acting a. agent for JoLioa Carson, Free Miner',  Certificate No. B. JIJ3, intend, aixty day, from  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for  a Certificate oflmprovem'enU, for thc purpote of  obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.  Aud lurther Uke notice tbat action, under section 37, muat be commenced before the iwu.nce  [ of.uch Certificate of Improvementa.  Oaled thla 14th day of Augu,t, A.D., 190S.  SYDNEY U. JOHNSON.  MINERAL ACT.  (FORM  F.)  CERTIFICATE OfTmPROVEMENTS  W,irAaV,he ImP��r-nnt MinInS NeWS,and eVS<y issue ����f��n. valuable  Specal Articles well illustrated, on subjects of real practical interest to  the every-day mining man. :      . .        .        .        ... sc I0  NOT TOO TECHNICAL Rnr  ���icT RjG|1T  ��3PERVEAR-SAMPIiBONHEQUE8T  Pu&laJ��d every Satuwiay at Los Angdes, Califomi*,  I  NOTICE.  Monaich   Fiactlonal,    Gem   Fractional   ��"<l  Aetna Fractional mineral claim., the Monarch  Fractional mineral claim  being ai(�����te in the  Grand Forks Mining Oivialcn orBritlah C'olum-  ba,   and the Gem  Fractional  aud the   A-lna  Fractional being aituate iu the Greenwood Mining Division of British Columbia.  Where locoted-In Greenwood camp.  TAKK NOTICK that I. David Whiteside, of Ihe  I City of Grand Forka. British Columbia, agent for  the Crenby Consolidated, Mining   Smelting &  Power Com pauy, Uralted, Free Miner's Certificate No Biotv, Intend, sixty days from the date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for s  Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grant or the above claims.  And further take notice thot action under Section 37, must be commenced cefore the Usuance  of such Certificate of Improvementa. Dated this  loth day of September. AJD.. igos.  a. m. wwrmmx.  ���'���'"'BaSi�� *$8^^    as/Jm^Sii^i^^nVStfS^BBmmammm A  J  THE PH0ENIX PIONEBB.  Zam-Buk winsiavor wnero-  ever tried I   The Magistrate  whose words are quoted below tried it thoroughly and  now   tells the  result.    If you  suffer from any skin disease or  injury mark well his words I  Tha Pavilion, Oold Fluids, BO.  After a vvy fair trial I hava proved Zam-Buk. eminently satisfactory. It cured mm of a. akin rajjh or five years standing- which no doctor  had fcaa.i ablato do any sjraod for. I do certainly encourage any per  don to keep Zam-Buk In their homos: It truly does more thanyo-  claim for It.   Yours very truly,  ROGrER F. PERRY, Justice or Peace for B.C.    i-  Chronic Sore Quite Healed.  Mrs. M. A. Harris of 69 Chestnut St., St. Thomas, Onf,., gays :__�� ]\[,,  huiiband had a running Boro on his ankle for about tw.> months.    Zam-  Buk showed satisfactory results from tho first application (although other  Balvos hud failed), cleaning and healing the open wound.    We huve  uhn,  found   Zamliuk   unequalled   for   Cuts,   Burns,   Sores,   etc,   nnd   ]  great confidence  in  recommending  it  to others."  [ ZAM-BUK CURES eo"et^> ringworm,   sculp  1' " ho run,   ulcers,   chronio  ���sores or open wounds, harbor's ratth. blood-poisoning, cold-  jHi<ro<, cracked'hands, cuts, scald.-*, salt rheum and all skin  j injuries and diseasus. It is also a sure cure for..piles.  Of all stort'H and drutiglrtta 60o a box, or pout free  | from Zuui-Dulc Co., Toronto, fur price 3 boxcd|l.z5.  FREE BOX  Mail th s coupon  to Zam-Buk Co.,  Toronto, netid lu  stump and we will  for ward free  sample box.  FOREST SCHOOLS.  Third  Two Already Established in Canada; a  la   Prospect.  Two schools of forestry are now-in  operation in Canada. Of these, that  at the University of Toronto is the  older. It was inaugurated in the  autumn of 1907. Ii is a distinct  faculty of the University and has a  staff of one professor, two lecturers and  an assistant.  The head of the school and dean of  the faculty of forestry is Dr. B. E.  Ferndw. He is German hy training,  a graduate of the celebrated forest  school at Muendttn,.-and hao ^Unstudied at the University of Koenigs-  berg. He has, however, been a resident of this continent for over thirty  years, was for twelve years (from 1886  to 1898) chief of the Division of  Forestry of the United States Depan-  ment of Agriculture, after which he  was head of the New York State College of Forestry, connected with G r  nell Univiri.it>, fiom 1S98 to 1903  After several years passed as consulting  forest engineer, he organized the  Department of Forestry at the Pennsylvania State College, and thence came  directly to the University of Toronto  to organize the faculiy of forestry in  that university.  The course at the University of  Toronto is an undergraduate one,  requiring four years of study. It leads  to the degree of Bachelor tf Science in  Fort-sin, (US.1''.' wi'h the.p-ist-grad  uate decree of Finest Engineer, (F.E.),  after at least three years practical work.  The University of New Brunswick,  at Fredt-ricton, N.B., also ofle;s a four  year undergraduate course in forestty,  leading io the degree of Bachelor of  Science in Forestry (B.S.F.). The  course was inaugurated at the beginning of the present session (1908-09).  The professor in charge is Mr. R. B.  Miller, M.A., M.F., a graduate of the  Yale Forest School, one of the leading  forestry schools on the continent.  In the province of Quebec steps are.  also being taken.tn establish a school  of forestry. Courses of study in forestry or, preparatory to foicotiy-aro-iij^^.  offered by various other universities  and agricultural colleges.  NOTICE TO CREDITORS.  Creditors and others liavinir claims  Hguinst the estate of Rowland, .lont-p.  line of Plioenix, B.C , deceived, who  .bed at Plioenix on liflli September.  WOS. are eqnin'd on or before thirteenth  November, 100-*. to fpikI by post ��� or deliver to .lumee W. Main, Administrator,  nt tlie office of tbe undersigned, Rendell  Block, Greenwood. B C. their names,  addresses and full particulars of their  claims, and of any security held by  them dulv verified. After said date tbe  said Administrator wilt proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased anions:  thc: parties entitled thereto, haying-re-  Bard only to ibe claims of which he shall  then have notice. .  Paled at Greenwood, B.C.,this seventh  October, 1008.  JOHN D.SPENCK.  Solicitor for the Administrator  Sl&issg&sgssa w \\im$^m&  00  Up-to-t he-Minute  PRINTING  AVING just added a. large number of fonts ol  the La'est Type and appointments, the Pioneer  is now better than   ever  equipp��l_ to   turn jMit  facili-  "Up-to-the-Minnte "   Printing Our   increased  ties for fine commercial printing  catalogue  and  book  work  enables us to produce a qiiality of i>rintinjv not-  excelled by city print shops,        : : ' : :  The   Pioneer   has   the   only   elecAncally_ operated  Presses in the Bound*^^  all   orders with   neatness  and  de��patch^J>IoJob_loo  big,  none too small.  PHOENIX * PIONEER  PRODUCERS  OF   FINE   PRINTING  m  7}  Examinations for assayers for the  province will commence on December  24th at the parliament buildings.  W. D. Matthews of Toronto, presi  dent of the Consoliilaled company,  visited Ro'slittid  and Trail last week.  The Whitewater Deep heads the list  ot zinc shippers for the year in   British  Columbia, and   ranks second   in   the  rovince for output of silver lead.  At present about   250   men   are  at  work in the mines adjacent to Sandon  and  the  number  is  expected   to   be.  steadily increased from now on.  The Keremeos Copper Co. oe Spokane has been registered as an extra  provincial company, with Charles VV>  Jordan of Olalla, as attorney for the  company.  A contract for the driving of between  four and five hundred feet of crosscut  tunnel on the Rio has been let to J.  McGuffrey, of!Three Forks. Operations are now under way and five men  are employed.  Interest in Sandon centers around  the decision of the Supreme Court of  Canada in the White Go. vs Star M.  it M. Co. case. It means much for  the town whichever way it goes. The  Star mine, a few years ago, employed  125 men, while about a dozen has  been the limit since the legal squabble  started.  Mr. R. C. Cainpbell-Johnston,, one  of the best known mining engineers in  province, declares that Moresby Island  of the Queen Charlotte group, "Is destined to be one of the greatest copper  camps in British Columbia, rivalling  the deposits of the Boundary country."  This is more than interesting���it is an  important statement, coming as it does  from a recognized authority on mining  matters.  Answer* lo Conundrums  Following are . the answers to the  Royal Minstrel conundrums in the last  issue of the Pioneer:  r. Because she replied. I don't care  A-dam if you do.  2' At the Summit, where they Re-  Tail bad spirits.  3. Because he's "big" when he's let  put, but "shuts up"twhen he gets home.  4. One harms the Cheese and the  other charms the "lies."  '"'.'5'.TAh"'aching tooth.  6. Because it holds a lady's hand  without squeezing it. _     ,������..  Mv?  Napoleon  "An army marches on its  stomach."* lif that he meant  that lialf-stat ��ed men are not  strom; enougk to march. And  you know tliat. Half-starved  men and women are not strong  enough to woik, or to play and  be happy,;; ;Yt>u.-.sliould also  know that Indigestion means  slow starvation; Morethan half  the people .-wh4 soon tire and  become depressed, who feel  life a burden aid who go list-  lef sly totheirdaj'swork, would  find life a daily song if they  set their digestion right with  Mother SeigelJ.s Syrup���the  digestivetoniccompouuded of  roots and herbs. Take it daily  after meals and test it yourself.  Calc Car Service.  Effective with the change in time;  Nov. 1st, the Canadian Pacific has  inaugurated a cafe car service on the  South branch out of Calgary, the car  being attached to the afternoon train  leaving Calgary at 16.45, a"d the  morning train leaving Macleod at 7  o'clock. This should be a great convenience to the travelliug public. The  cafe car service on the North Branch  out of Calftaiy remains unchanged, the  cars being attached to all trains. All  meals are served a la carte.  Price 60c. a bo:tle. Soldsverywhere  A. J. White ��iCo.,I,td., Montreal.  ���MOTHER1  SEIGEL'S  SYRUP  Paoeolx Kiiltfav Timetable.  C- P.  R.  Alter the Siaoley Cup.  The Patricks, wealthy mill-men ol  Nelson, are heading a move to organize a hockey team that will have a  show of capturing the Stanley cup  during the coming winter and holding  it in B.C. Lester Patrick who won  universal praise 'in the west last year  and who was seen in the Fernie-Nel  son game at Fernie last winter, with  his larger brother Frank are to be  members of the new team. The elder  Patricks are said to be preparing to  spend $2,500 for the expenses of the  new Nelson team on an eastern trip,  and will also aid very materialy in the  building a fine new rink in Nelson. In  addition to the Patrick boys, it is said  that Tom Pnilipws, Si. Griffiths, Bor-  dreaux and Kennedy all .players of the  highest renown will be members of the'  team.  Disease of The Kidneys  Brought on By Catarrh.  Pe-ru-na Made a Well Man  of Me.  I Cannot Speak Too Highly  of It.  Mr. George King, 45'i St. Denis St-.  Montreal, Canada, a well-known business man or that city, writes:  ������I'eruna cured me from what the  doctors were afraid would turn into  Brlgl'it'd disease, and after you have  gone through the suffering that I  have with catarrh of the bladder and  kidney trouble, and have beon cured  you are pretty apt to remember the  medicine that did the work.  "Peruna is a blessing to a sick man.  Eight bottles made mo weli-.-and were  worth mora than a thousand dollars  to me. I cannot speak too highly.of  it. It is now four years since I was  troubled, and'I have enjoyed-porfeot  health slneo. Every spring and fall  I take a bottle of it and it keeps me  well." ���  Subscribe for the  Pioneer and get  Leaves for Eholt and Nelson, 2.10 p.m.  the latest Boundary.'news..  Arrives  6.00 p.m.!  1  Sales AieoSslWanUd  Arrives  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  Catholic���Church of Our I.ady 01  the Good Counsel.���Divine Service  every 2nd and 4-tfy Sunday of each  month. Holy Mass, 10 a.m. Sunday  School, 2:30 p.m. '"Vespers and Bene  diction 7:30 p.m. Father J. A.  Rftdard. O.M.I. Pastor  UIUDIIPKIFK  UILNT-'  00  I  %  1  i  \%  ARE  YOU CONTEMPLATING A  TRIP TO THE  ORIENT  HONOLULU  AUSTRALIA  NEW ZEALAND  ARE  YOU   CONTEMPLATING A  TRIP TO  CALIFORNIA  or an'v  Pacific Coast Point  OR A TRIP TO  WINNIPEG, DETROIT,  ST. PAUL, TORONTO,  CHICAGO MONTREAL  BOSTON, NEW YO^K  or any European point thought of.  This Line is equipped with unexcelled  first-class coaches, tourist and  standard sleepers and dining cars,  coupled with safety, speed and  comfort.  For folders and  complete  informa-  li0naPP,yt��     J.  C.  CARTER,  Ticket Agent, Phoenix, B.C.  J. C.  PROCTOR,  District Passenger Agent,  Calgary, Alta,  GREAT   NORTHERN. t  Leaves for Grand Forks and |     $36.00 per week 0/400% profit    All  Spokane     '-...:      ..     8.55 a.m. t samples, stationery and  art catalogue  6.30 p.m. free. We wan* one: permanent agent  ;n this locality for the largest picture  and frame house in America. Experience unnecessary. We instruct you  how to sell our goods and furnish the  capital. If you want a permanent,  honorable and profitable position, write  us today for particulars, catalogue and  samples. Frank \V. Williams Company, 1214 VV. Taylor St., Chicago,  III.  For a mild,  free-drawing cigar,   the  "Boundary" is the test.  Judicious advertishg is the only real  way to "stir things iup." Costs less  than salesmen, and tarings better returns than the most silverytongued  salesman could.    Try the Pioneer.  CATARRH, of, tlie kidneys is.,;* very  much neglected disease.  It is not until tlie diseaso has a firm  hold upon the kidneys, that the patient  begins to realize that thero is some derangement of these organs.  The slight backaches, the feelings of . branes   of  lassitude, and other warning symptoms  of kidney disease are overlooked.  ��� They aro not serious enough to detain  tbe patient from his regular work.  Even when he discovers that the kidneys are affected,  he does not ruc-  MR. CEORGE KING  tarrh and  removes the! cause: of the  diiltculty.    Htich a remedy, has been found in Peruna.    It reaches catarrh, no  matter  where it may be located in tho body���  whether in   the   more  exposed' mem-  tho   nose   and   throat,  or  wholhor in  the remotest paxt of  tha  kidneys.  Thut 1'eruna in at onoti the.satest ��n&  mOBt    Tellable mmmmmmmm���iBBBanaB  remedy   for   ca- I PE-RU-NA A" miTERIWL|  tarrh of tho kid-I    CATARRH REMEDY.    |  ' tiej-S is prOVdl  \\ytmmi^mmmi.^^mmmmmmmA  ognlze- the dim- j. tho many testimonials written by those  culty   as   being ; who have experienced its benefits.  caused-by catarrh. j    The testimonials given here are only -  Catarrh is sometimes so very gradual   speclinen*of tho many testimonials on  in its approach and its earlier symptoms ' our records,/pertaining   to   the  roller  cause such slight discomfort that it is   afforded, tiy T?erun��.Vixva��Tare,,case�� of  INTERNAL CATARRH  REACHES THE KIDNEYS.  not noticed.  However, when.it is once firmly seated  In the kidneys it becomes a difficult disease to exterminate.          Indeed, catarrh of the kidneys is more  aerioua than catarrh affecting someiof  the other organs of the body.  In the kidneys it is liable to terminate  In Brighl's disease or diabetes, both of  Which are recognized as very serious  ailments; if not fatal.  The thing to be done, when catarrh of  the kidneys is discovered, is to take some  internal, systemic catarrh remedy, one  that reaches the very source of the ca-  kidney trouble.  Kidney, Disease of LonSf Standing.  'Mr. Samuel A. Puxton, 1118 Troost  Ave., Kansas City, Mo., member  I. O. O. P. and National Annuity Association, writes:  "I am a well man to-day, thanks to  your splendid.medicine,-Peruna; iwaa  troubled, with; catarrh, and "kidney disease of; long standing when T. first1 began using Peruna. I soon found'Iwaa  getting better and continued taking It  for four'months. It cleaned ont the  system, leaving me well and strong  and feeling better than I have in years."  1 FALL NECESSITIES  g FOR MEN and BOYS   :  mt Shipments of Fall and Winter Needfuls are now arriving  ** ���CLOTHING,    HATS,    CAPS,    BOOTS,    SHOES,  SHIRTS, COLLARS, TIES, UNDERWEAR, SOX,  and everything else a well-dressed man may require.  Get the.habit���deal at Brown's���and you will save money.  THO*. BROWN,  GENT'S.    ���.   ...  FURNISHINGS  &  &  m  m  a*  m  m  m  m  rPBafcfl>ll%^"PaMWp^/J"W��/a"PI��/J"W*^B^r\^PPi/J*W�� y&f^9^9,^^m^0m^mMrtmm1%f^9^m,^9^9\^m^kJ^9mmF^mm*r^n^fi^B9\fwa^9.BWM*  ft>^����,��,a^a^a>a^,a\��,a^*��a^frfra^#>��)a^a^ ^  BUILDER   AND  {  JOHN APPLEBY,  DRV WOOD FOR   SALt I.N   VNY QJVNnrV  CONTRACTOR  TELEPHONE   A-5K.  Carriages and Other Rigs, Horses and Saddles  For Any Part of the Boundary. Express and  Baggage Transfer Given Prompt Attention.  Dry Wood Delivered to Any Part of the City.  D. J. McDonald, Prop.  A Share cf th* Public Patronage SoHchM 'PHONB 37  P. 0. Box 56. Phoinlx 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 : :  Ii  All    Orders   Receive   Prompt  Attention.  Markets at Greenwood, Grand Forfcs, Midwav,   Eholt and  all   tbe  other  principal Cities and Towns in B.C., Alberta and Yukon.  Dealer in  All  Rough and Dressed Lumber  stimates Furnished  Kinds   of  Repair    Work   Done  1QS   -j n��� j  Office and Yard on ; j  : Old Ironside: Ave., Phoenix, B. C J  ���ere?,*,**,**���*���*�������*���*���*���*���* r��*��M*���*�����<*������;�����**������� ��4����������4��4��4����4��4444��  COMFORT  IN   FOOTWEAR  Protect your health by protiTtinj: your feet���om  Shoes are corn ami bunion diutors. Let Uh'' make  your shoes to measure, and you will have com-  foi fort in wearing -hoc-.    Satisfaction Guaranteed,  Large Stock  of fine  BOOTS  AND SHOES,  RUBBERS, etc.. to select from   MINERS'! BOOTS,   MITTS   AND  GLOVES ARE SPECIALTIES.  o  Headquarters:  NELSON, B.C.  Headquarters for Boundary :  GREENWOOD,  B.C.  o��esxsX3<sxsx��!X��e����s��s^^  THERE'S  SATISFACTION  IN SMOKING THE   **   *  66  OUNDARr  CIGAR  SOLD EVERYWHERE  ASK FOR IT. .*  * j*  Plioenix  Pure and wholesome.    Cold and as bracing in its  coolness as a breeze from  the North in Summer.  Tks Pioneer for Fins .Commercial Printing  PHOENIX SHOE SHOP  .Al T. TURANO, Proprietor.  Is Recognized  by   all   us the  "BEST BEER IN THE BOUNDARY.  WHY?    Because  its  inaimfucturers employ   nil of their energy to  the  turning out of a  perfect Beer from   tbe b>>st. materials obtainable.  ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL ICE,  ETC.  PHONE 23  oenix   Brewing'  Co.  a. ii.  '$'  St  A  ���8  ���B  $�����  ��� k'  ���.%.  ���*&...  Pi  I*!  m  1  ��8'  I  VI  m  I  31  I  ��� *?���  m tl  THE PHOENIX PIONEER^  III '  III  my  Iff:  m  m  w  jai-.hi -  ifc  m  m>-  If  W  w  Ill  H  i^r|1l.y.lW.,ik*-,<ini.i.llJ.l.'.lAl.^^^  1 SCHOOL SUPPLIES  WE have everything in this line���PENCILS, SCRIBBLERS,  SLATES. TEXT BOOKS for ail grades, EXERCISE BOOKS,  BAGS, etc.      Let us supply  \our wants in  School supplies;  OFFICE   STATIONERY jpf  WE are headquarters for all office requirements. BLANK  BOOKS kept in stock���and what we have not got we can net  for you.     INK,  WRITING  MATFRIAL, RULES, Etc     .'.   '..  B McRAE BROS., limited  Magazines       .**       Daily Papers      **       Stationery  .'Bvi'jinrwreyiyrFri^  ^  In and Around Phoenix  BRIEF   TOPICS   OF   LOCAL   AND   GENERAL  INTEREST   TO   PHOENICIANS.  S.  Macy was  in   Spokane this  I NOTICE OF APPLICATION   FOR RENEWAL OF  LIQUOR  LICENSE.  ! ' TAKE NOTICE that I, John A. Mc-  : Mabtkb', of Eholt, intend applying to  I the Superintendent of Provincial Police  ' at the expiration of one month from  'date hereof, for a renewal of my hole!  license, for the premises known as the  } Union Hotel, at Eholt.  John A.' McMasteb.  Dated at Eholt, Nov. 2nd, 1908.  NOTICE.  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that  the   Columbia   <t   Wkstkrn   Railway  Company did on the 28th day of Jan-  nary, 1908, deposit in the Land Registry  Office of Kamloops, in the Province of  BritiBh Columbia, plan, profile and book  of reference of the said  Columbia   &  ��� Western Railway from West Robeon to  Midway, in the Province of British Columbia  as   approved   by  the .Board' of  Railway Commissioners for Canada  -Dated this 28th day of October, 1008.  R. MARPOLE,  - '���       General 'Executive Assistant,  Canadian ''Pacific,..,Railway  v.L^..w.ComptrayV:''"Vancouver,.; B.C.  j NOTICE.  i NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,  thirty days' after date, I, Joseph J.  Bassett, of Hartford Junction, B.C.,  intend to apply to the superintendent of  provincial police, F. S. Hussey, of Victoria, for the renewal of a retail liquor  licence for the Hartford Hotel, at Hartford Junction, B.C.  Joseph J. Bassktt.  Hartford Junction, B.C., Nov. 2, 1908.  giumi PAcinc  HUNT'.  MINERAL, ACT.  FOBH 1?.   "\  Certificate ���/ Improvement*.  NOTICE.  . "Number One," "Number Two" and  "No. 3" Mineral Claims, situate in the  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale  District.    '  Where located���In Green woo-.l camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Isaac H.Hal-  lett.'Free Miner's Certificate No. B14100  for myself,   and   as   agent   for  James  '  Moran,   Free   Miner's   Certificate   No.  B14001, Murdock Mclnfcyre, Free Miner'e  Certificate    No.    B 31948,   and    Alex-  - ander McDonald,Free Miner's Certificate  ;.  No. B15495, intend, sixty days fromilate  hereof, to apply to the Mining .Recorder  for Certificates of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of  the above claims.  And farther take notice that action,  under section 37, must be commenced  before the issuance of such Certificate of  Improvements.  Dated this second day of November,  A.D.,1908.  I. If. HALLETT.  SINGLE FARE  for  ROUND TRIP  to; ���;   -���   ;  VANCOUVER  Minstrel show, Nov. 24th.  G.    W.   McAuliffe   is   moving  to  Hedley.  The residence of  D.  Biner is   now  nearing completion.  Order your   wood   from   Mclntom-  mey.    Phone B 32.  Max Berger is now on the road for  a Toronto tailoring firm.  Oyster cocktails at the Brooklyn  bar���oysters fresh daily.  Before buying your furniture elsewhere, call on R. I.Gardner.  Ed. Rowe of Rossland was in, town  Thursday to exercise his franchise.  Houses for sale or rent���apply to  McAuliffe, the tailor, Dominion ave.  Jimnel Briggs, D. B,, University of  Arizona, is a coming opera attraction.  Mr. and Mrs. Dan Biner arrived  home on Wednesday from their honey  moon.  Mrs. J. Kelsey went to Republic,  Wash., on Wednesday on a visit to her  brother.  The Sunday school of the Methodist  church will hold its annual Christmas  entertainment on the evening of Dec.  34th.  See the line of fine' Rattan Arm  Rockers we have at the very special  prices of $5 and $5.50. "Binns, the  Furniture Man."  W  week  Alex. McPherson was over from  Rossland on Thursday.  Dry wood in car lots. Apply to  J. Trombley, Phoenix, B. C.  Miss A. McCrade spent a few day's*  of last week in Gland Forks.  Born���In Phoenix, on Sunday, Nov.  8th, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Yob, a girl.  Mrs. James Marshall returned yes  terday from a short visit in Spokane.  Born���In Phoenix, on Friday, to  Mr. and Mrs. D< J. McDonald, a" girl.  A large number from town went to  Greenwood yesterday to attend Ihe  assizes. \   '  James McGregor of Nelson, mine  inspector, was in camp for a few days  this week.  Tickets on sale Nov. 15,  16, 17. G-oing" transit  limit eight days from  date  of issue.     Final  : return limit No. 30th.  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.  Miss C. M. Martin of Greenwood  teaching staff left last week for Prince  Rupert. She is succeeded in Greenwood by Miss C. E. Stevenson of  Chillawack.  Don't forget when .you are in need  of furniture lhat I'have a full stock of  up-to-date goods at moderate prices���-  'Binns, the furniture man."  The  raffle  of jewelry by John A  Mcintosh   took- place   at   the   Hotel  Brooklyn on Tuesday evening.    Miss  Mabel Jenkins,  No.  275, was   winner  . of the  diamond   ring;  Anthony Mc-  I Genley, No. 132, won the gold watch;  ������,.,*,������      , -..,.    .-,    .���������������-     .., JJ. V. Mulligan, No. 184, first choice of  Validation of Fifty Cents   payabe  on r,   ���      n     ���    -en-    *.?      a a  :���������': r ' ichain;  George  Ellis, No. 269, second  these tickets at Vancouver.  OF  ^choicer-  choice.  Ira McCoid,   Ne,   64,   third  .For   full   particulars   apply   to   any  agent of the company, or to i  J. E; PROCTOR,  D. P. A. Calgary  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 has its source in the  exceptional manner in which every  garment is designed and .tailored.  We invite you to inspect our showing of WOOLLENS FOR FALL  SUITS. It is an. exhibit of fine  fabrics.   ..    '.���   R. HORRELL  ^MERCHANT  TAILOR.  WO O D  FOR SALE-Fir and  :    Tamrack $5 per cord  Pine $4.50 per cord.  . ...... Phone Your Order To  No. B 3-2  J. McINTOMINEY  COLUMBIAN COUEGE.  Founded 1892���Incorporated 1893.  NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C.  Provides a Christian home tor students of both sexes at moderate rates.  Has a preparatory class for junior students, doing grade public school work  Does high school work, confers all high  school privileges, and prepares for teachers' examinations. Teaches all branches  of a Practical Business Course and givee  Diplomas.. Gives^a liberal education' in  its Collegiate Course and in the Ladies-  Course for M.E.lI and M.L.A. In University work, can take students through  the complete Arts Course, and the degree of B.A. can be obtained from Tor-  oHto University, which the college is .in  lataffiliation.:,...;;v.- -  Foriuller information and terms write  Rev. W. J; Sipperell, B.A.,B.D.,Princi.  �����al:"��- P��v     .T     P.  Rnva!l.'.-*trrMtr. -'  LateX Mining Stock Quotations.  Corrected to Oct.' 29, 1908.  The stock market is a  of the trend of business.  sure indicator  A morejmo'y-  PHOENIX  ��� SEED  8.00  1.C0  STHLS  NOVEMBER 24th  OPERA HOUSE,  PHOENIX  ant feeling is pervading the different  markets, and all stocks are firm at the  following quotations:  Sill  B.C. Copper. .'" / 7.621s'  Dow in. Copper. ...       ,9i\^  Granby        100.00 ".~  Alberta Coal and Coke ...  Charles Dickens...  Cons/Smelters   Copoer Kinj:   Gertie. ':...  Heola   International Coal  Kendall ".       1.46  Rambler-Cariboo 17:  Rex...   Snowstorm......  Snowshoe.   Sullivan   Sullivan  Bonds  Stewart         M%       .75  Tamarack-Chesapeake       65 .85  '00#  08.00    .  '   .1%  .02%  3 00  .59  .7  1.(39  .5%  ���0>2  ' '.683*  65  Shots at Passing Shadows  Mr. and Mrs. lid. Black were the  guests of friends in Grand Forks on  Thanksgiving.     ���  Port wine and claret, specially selected for family liade; 75c. per bottle  at Hotel Brookly.i.  Herbert VanflHen and Miss Lillian  Brough are the principals in a coming  comedy at Phoenix opera house.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, will be at his  Phoenix office, bmk block, Nov. io to  13th.    Phone A. iS.  Miss Jessie McKenzie of Greenwood teaching stiff visited her parents  here on Thanksgving.  The Brooklyn hotel has just received  a consignment ol selected wines from  St. Catherines���port, sherry  Miss McGrade of Grand Forks  school staff spenj Sunday in town with  her sister, Miss A. McGrade.  Miss Rossie Coutts left for Vancouver on Saturday, having been called  through the deaih of her sister.  ��� You can maki; rcher, more fragrant,  more delicous tea :f you use "Salada".  One teaspoonful'mikes two cups. Use  absolutely boiling water. Steep live  minutes. .. '., i  A dozen handsume mission chairs  now adorn the raunda of the hotel  Brooklyn. With constantly adding  new comforts for guests, Mr. Marshall  has now a hostelry of first rank in tbe  province. Judge Williams opines that  it is significant of the Conservative  victory.  FOR THE HANDS  At this season the skin becomes dry and rough,  which if not attended to becomes cracked and painful.  H'e have a number of good Lotions and Creams that  we can recommend   TRY  CARNATION   CREAM   25c.  Remember we can prepare any recipe you may have.  All prescription work receive-, prompt and careful  attention,  in  which  only  the   purest  drugs are used.  LOVE'S  DRUG STORE  ^.-������^���-!^.*!-v-*^.*!v.'^.**��v.'>>.*^.*^.->��.-*^.Q/j^.**f>..*2��> ���>-5>>���*>���������>���5*-S-'S>-���> v  rat �� "t!v^-  f  T  Sir*  St/  Sf/  Sf>  s��>  t  s?>  s��>  Eyes Tested Free  The consequences of continual Eye strain are very  serious, very often resulting in partial blindness, and  quite commonly the cause of headaches and other ills:  which are bound to increase if not relieved.  Having had seveial years experience in correcting  errors of vision in London, -'England, and given the  subject much study, I am in a position to guarantee  you a proper correction.  My stock of SPECTACLE FRAMES AND EVE  GLASS MOUNTS is very complete, comprising the  latest in style and best in quality. All lenses are  guaranteed A-i Perfection,- the finest obtainable.  Charges moderate. It costs you nothing to have your  eyes properly tested.    I J. A. HARTLEY,  <!k  Watchmaker . -r  aod optician Lower Town  is  to  '��s  4S  /is  m  /is  VfS  /<s  /*s  /��s  /IS  l*Vg-!^-*^-,^-*V.-,V.*-i��^-*��iw.*j^.'-^.'^-*<^---^0^-,^.'*��V. >���>-���'>���>-������>-���*>-,'>'<^^;-  :./  FOR URPAIB TAXES.  n  . Gone the uncertainty,  Gone the dejection���  All of'us optimists  After election.  Who said ping pong?  Gone but not forgotten���"Michigan."  "Plant me among the, girls,"���T.  Brown.  .   Several   lengthy election  obituaries  are crowded out this week. v  ���':������������������ m. ���  ���   Look out for Supt.  Bean's  balloon  ascension on Wednesday _ 18th.  -;;'���*��� '.  "Everybody's very good to us, don't  you 'now"-^���Conservative Assn. :  Lost���Oiv 'Thanksgiving, between  Greenwood 'and Phoenix, a marriage  licence; apply to T. McElroy.  ���1,-r-i ���-.-:���   -.-*.-���-.'���   '���     ��������� �����'���''..���'.  Notice���Call at the  stationer's and  get Hector McNiven's new  book entitled "How to Extract Fish  Bones."  *������  The report that Greenwood's new  post .office will be erected in Phoenix  cannot be confirmed at time of going  to press.  . Turned loose Thursday nightj after  twelve years in captivity, properly of  Judge Williams. ���  A Number of Crown Granted Claims Sold bi'  - -���:r��fc".-fl��veriinieni. "���'"���"  The sale of down-granted mineral  claims for delinqient taxes unpaid on  the 30th of Jun.t^ 190S, for the Rossland, Grand F^rks and Greenwood  sections took plijce at the court house,  Rossland, on Nov. 2nd. A. good  many of the claijis were unsold, as no  bid was made br them. Unless redeemed by their owner within a year  they will revert !o the crown. Those  whose properiies were sold can redeem  them within t year from the date of the  sale. John Kirkup, government agent,  acted as auctioneer, while John ;.E.  Hooson fillec the position of clerk. ;  The sale of the crown-granted claims  in the Grand Forks district resulted as  follows: ! ,    '  Accident to P. J. Byrne for $rtv5o.  Athlesian fraction to P. J. Byrne for  $6.50':  Black Bear fraction to C. R.   Ham  ilton for $4.  Bonanza to English and French  Gold Mining Co., for'$6.2.5.^...- ���.,'���  Cleopatra to English and French  Gold Mining Co., for $13.  Grand Forks Belle to English and  French Mining Co., for $11.50.  HummingBird to F. W. Russel for  $10.50  Tackpot friction to P. J. Byrne for  $825.  Mayflower to English and French  Gold Mining Co., for $n.  Mountain;Rose to G. R. Hamilton  for $20.   ..   Ii  NapoleoniBonaparte to English and  French Golrj Mining Co., fcr $13.    .  Rock landto F. W. Russell for $ 10.5o.  For thej'following claims in the  Grand Forks district no bids were  received. Alpha, Annie,' Best, b'ig  Six, Irwin, Garnet, Gladstone, Guni-  boot Fraction, Jumbo Fraction, Rob  inson, Stan3ard, Vancouver, Walling-  ford. j .  No bids vcre received for the following claims in the Greenwood district:  Baltimore.'Bee,' Benglal, Blnejay, Bristol, Enterprise, Eureka Farction, Florence Fraclion, Great Hesper, Plaza,  Little Chief, Liza, Moonlight, Putnam  Queen, S F Fraction, Standard, Stem-  winder.  Cigars and Tobaccos  n  WE-make a specialty of CIGARS  AND TOBACCOS,  aud carry a variety of ihe best brands.    ���    ���     ���  ConfectioRery  THE. PURE MATERIALS..used in the  manufacture  o{" our "Caii'dies "iinpa-rTs   an  unustuilly   rich   and  ..pleasing   taste.       Pry  them if you  want the best-  in Sweets.  ���  L.  +    +    ���    +   '��� ��� ���    ���    ���  LOWER  T O W N  <^y       -^       <^       HHADQUARTHRS    FOR   MUSICAL    INSTRUMENTS.  r>i'f>*Y**i*'T'*y'ir**i'Tfvffl  AL. ALMSTROM,  N     I1  Phoenix   Beer  Pure and wholesome.     Cold and as bracing in its  coolness as a breeze from  the North  in Summer.  Is Recognized  by  all   as th-  BEST BEER IN THE BOUNDARY.'  WHY?    Because its  manufacturers employ nil of ib��ir eneriry ���<��   'be  ttiriiiiif; out ol a  perfect  Beer   from   tlie b��st  materials obtainable.  ARTIFICIAL AND NATURA7. ICE,  ETC.'  PHONE 23  Phdenix   Brewing   Co.  JL A4a.tho^son  3nsurancc Hgent  FIRK,       LICK  A >* I >  ACCI1IKNT.  I'lDBUTY     UUNDS  C'HHimiDVKIt    l*OR  I'l.ATK    ��3I. A SS  affihavits  TAKING  PIIOEIVIX,   13. C.  ***>*�����  BOUNDARY  DIVIDENDS  KAMI OP COMPANY.  JU.C. Copper Co���copper   Cariboo-McKinney���^old   ?CmiM>I. M & S.���gold-copper.  ? Oranby Cormolldaf ed���copper.  ^ '''ovl'leuce�����lTer  Morrin, Thompson  & Company  FreslV  Eggs  mw-RA*   SUI'PI Y COMING  l'-\ Kli'V  Sl'.CONI)  l>Ay.  Every Egg  Guaranteed..._.. 60c. doz  F^ncy Eastern  'teg* ���".*.������ ������ 35c. doz.  Grapes  FANCY   TOIvAVS, 50c liasii-i  FANCY COKNICIli':N.S,  ���    so cents Imsh'i ,  FANCY CONCORDS,     '      75 cents liaski-t  Butter  GOLDEN  ROSE  CFEAMERY,  40 Certts   per pound  GOVERNMENT   CREAMERY,  14   Pouna  Boxes,   $4.90  -"-1"- II. nr..��.  Cheesel 1  Ohtario Cream Ch?��sc, 20c pound  Imporred Swiss Cheese, 35c pound  Romana, 60 cents per psund  riciritio, 60  cehts  psr pounJ  Limburger^ 2 pounds 75 cents  Dutch Cheese, $ 1.00 each  Prepared Heals  BsiUd nam, 35c pound  Ashland Cooked Ham, 25c lb.  Summer Sausage, 35c pound  Italian Salami, 35 csnts pound  Coeked Calvss Tongue, S1.00 Jar  Cooked SheepsTongue $ 1.00 Jar  Smoked Halibut, 20 cents pound  Smoked Kippers, 20 cstifs pound  CRANBERRIES, CELERY,  BANANAS,  SWEET POTATOES,  CANTALOUPES  HARDWARE I  DEPART.  If you need a H RATER lor  Winter, we ask you to Iook our  line over before buying.  W'e have Heaters to suit everyone, from $3.75 to $2500, and  remember we put ever Heater  we sell up free of charge. If you.  netd a RANGE OR COOK  STOVE we want to figuie with  you on it.  OUR LINE OF KITCHEN STOVES  IS COMPLETE  Save vmr Mlm lor n.  Better Talent and Combination  of Humorous, Artistic and Min-  strelesque showing has never  been presented in the Boundary  before.   $   $    $   $    $    $ ' $  CARNEY  Coeur  PURELY PHOENIX  TALENT  It is as High in Quality as our  Mountain  City  is in  Altitude. ,  Looks good to Mr. Geo. Newston  d' Alenes nhring  Engineer and   Expert   flineralog;  In a letter from Mr. Hewston under date Oct 19fh 1007 f nio u^*. i .  Mineralogist and Mining Engineer of the Ooeur dVAlenGS slvs"l^ hL��\L W�� **?%*  GALENA ORE from the CARNEY and IT LOoil VERY GOOD /have "ut�� in a  great deal of time tracing ihe dike which the CARNEY WORKS HAVE TAPPED  and may have a property to swing along the same dike in a short time- ,���^���J^Jr���^',-,  For full particulars call on ,r write J. ^ MARTIN.  PHOENIX B.G.  1  ��� 1  *  f  I  1  tafflrfflaiB!^^^


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