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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Nov 13, 1909

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 1  AND   BOUNDARY   MINING  JOURNAL,  Tksth Ykar.  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  SATURDAY. NOVEMBER  13,  1909  No.',, 51,  ".  SPECIAL WINTER SALE j  ���IS  NOW ON   AT  The Big Store  FOR MEN  Fleece Lined Underwear, 75c each  Penman's Wool Underwear, 95c each  AH"Wool Sox, heavy, 4 pair for $1.00  Black Jersey Shirts, $ 1.00  Lined Gloves and Mitts, 75c  Fancy Sweaters from'$1.25 to $3,50  Men's Rubbers in one, two, and three  buckle or laced, in all sizes  MenVSuits, $10, $12 and $15  These are just a few of the Specials  Our Stock is most Complete in all lines  THE PREMIER  IN PHOENIX  Issues of the Campaign  Discussed  By Hon. Mr. McBride, Hon.  Mr. Bowser and E. Miller  WE are not selling out  your credit is good  MORRIN, THOMPSON & CO.  The opera house was well rilled on  Thursday evening to hear ihe railway  policy and other political matters set  forth hy Premier McBride, Hon. VV.  J. Bowser, attorney general, and Ernest  Miller, local Conservative candidate.  The meeting was opened shortly before seven o'clock with A. S. Hood in  the chair, who after a few remarks,  called on Mr. Miller.  _ Mr. Miller spoke briefly intimating  his great admiration for the McBride  government and predicting its return  to power on the 25th inst. On account  of the presence of the premier and the  attorney-general he would not use up  valuable time, the meeting ha ing to  conclude by 9 p.m.  . Hon. W. J. Bowser was codially received, and after a few generalities on  the splendid record of the McBride  administration, featuring the prominent  part taken by the attorney-general,  particularly in alleged encrouchments  of the Ottawa government, he touched  on issues of the campaign.  He discussed the local option question. On polling day a separate bollot  will be provided for the vote on the  question of whether the peopleofB.C.  want the government to pass a local  option bill or not, and the government  will abide by the vote of the plebiscite  if 50% of the votes cast for ca-didates  is in favor of local option.  The white labor problem, however,  was the burden of his address, and  heavy blows were directed at the federal government for its attitude, alleging that the members from B. C. had  not insisted upon the insertion of- an  anti-Asiatic clause in the G.T.P;/contract. Although reference, was made  ���tpJL}uncjyv.J^ojj^JL^  was not discussed. RiversAVilb_qn_.an_d,  Ti'siys." according to'llie speaker, had  wanted to bring in cheap; labor for.  their road in this province, promising  to deport them; without them the road  could not be completed before 19011,  but  the   provincial    government    had  said "No!"  Mr. Bowser' appealed for support  for the government's candidate in this  riding. He said the government could  do more for a constituency where it  had a supporter. When opposition  members ask the government for assistance to their constituencies the government could not feel satisfied that  such aid was necessary, but if a supporter recommended financial assistance the government would naturally  know that it was a reasonable demand  and would acquiesce. He intimated  that he wasn't offering a bribe.  After concluding with references to  the government's railway policy, the  attorney-general left for Greenwood  to address a meeting, being followed  by the premier and Mr. Miller later.  Considerable enthusiasm greeted the  first mininer of the province on rising.  He referred to the kind reception he  had received in Phoenix on this and  other occasions.  Before launching on the railway  policy, the paramount issue of the  campaign, the premier referred to the  financial state of affairs of the province  when    he   became    prime    minister.  The treasury then Jhad a deficit of  several hundredP' thousand dollais,  while today there was $4,146,000^11  the bank drawing 4% interest. The  credit' of British Columbia in the  money markets was equal if not  superior to the other provines in the  Dominion. .    ������-,-���>.  Tbe life of the present. government  would not expire till the spring ot 1911,  and while the ardous task of campaigning was not ah easy matter, the premier  said he pledged himself to submit to  the plectors of the,.province a progressive railway policy arid now that he believed he had a-'spuijd proposition to  offer he was appealing to the' people  for its appropriation;;; He gave a sym  opsis of the agreement with Mackenzie  & Mann to build their trunk through  to Vancouver and referred to the great  development of the province which  would result.      . ;   .-,  We get this road without the expenditure of a single dollar, said the  premier. In return' we get a great  transcontinental line, which will place  us in direct touch with 6000 miles of  railroad east of the rockies ; we get an  expenditure of something like $ jo.ooo,-  000 in our provtneeand we get a standard wage for the worker, and we keep  this work for white, labor; millions of  acres which are now .barren will come  under the plow and encourage settlement. ,,     -,  In reviewing the Ketlle Valley  agreement, the speaker said it would  ensure an extension^ that road from  the Boundary to Nicola, and concluded  with an appeal' foi*-support for Mr.  Miller. ''���'���:������/'  The Poll ileal Pot  John R. Jackson, the Conservative  candidate in Greenwood  was tn  town  on  Thursday   evening   to   meet   the  premier.  H. C. Kerman of Grand Forks has  been appointed returning officer for  this riding.  Fernie has a four-cornered fight, the  Conservatives, Liberals, Socialists and  Independent Labor party each having  a candidate in ihe field.  Com. Fitzgerald, a socialist orator of  Vancouver, and John Melnnis, local  candidate, will address a public meeting in Phoenix opera house this evening, commencing at 8 o'clock.  Local Liberals'have opened committee rooms inakft^d;Jaroes_jii^i  Consexv^��� have'engaged the Scandinavian hall, and the TvTincro' Union  hall is the Socialists' headquarters.  The nominations-for;the-local riding  passed off quietly at Grand Forks on  Thursday, Tohn Melnnis, Dan Pater-  son and Einest Miller being nominated by the Socialists, Liberals and  Conservatives respectively.  Boundary Side Lights  A Hunch counter will shortly-' be  opened at Eholt depot.  Dreamland theatre is the name pf a  new play house ui Grand Forks.  The Phoenix-Greenwood stage is  doing the biggest transient business  done for years. .  George Henderson; 'who has been  connected with Granby smelter fqr  several yenrs, has gone to Seattle.      !  Greenweod voters' list has just been  issued. It contains 848 names, 6f  which number, 228 give their occupation as miners.      i, ' !  George Beattie, the fireman who  was injured in, the recent C.P.R.  accident near Eholt, is progressing  favorably and will'not lose his leg.  , In order to facilitate in operations  connected with the new spur being  built to Wellington camp, the C.P.R,  has placed a depot at Silica siding,  three miles from Phoenix, with operator  Kingsbury in charge.  Dirt is now flying lively on the construction of the C.P.R. branch from  Phoenix to the Butish Columbia Copper mines in Wellington camp. Two  camps are now located, a large number  of subcontracts have been let, and  about 150 men are employed.  James Rawnsley was fatally crushed  at the Greenwood smelter on Wednes  day morning. He died about an hour  after being taken to the hospital. He  was a native of England, 24 years of  age, and leaves a young widow, who  has been just a few months out from  England.  The "Independent" Sua ?  The  Grand  Forks Sun,  which  for  some   years  claimed   to  support   the  Cousin Kate Next Thursday  Cousin Kate," that beautiful society  drama which made Ethel Bcrrymore  famous as a star both in London and  New Vork, has been secured by the  management ot the Phoenix opera  house for one night only, Nov. 18.  The announcement will be hailed  with delight by the lovers of the best  in dramatic art. With Miss Jeanne  Russell in the role created by Miss  Berry more, and surrounded-by a New  York cast chosen especially for their  fitness in the parts, and an elaborate  scenic production including every  detail, and a special musical program  by the Cousin Kate company's orchestra, the pioduction smacks of the  metropolitan in many particulars.  I. Spinks, who has been connected  with the electrical department, of  Granby mines for several months, left  on Thursday on a visit to his parents  in Grand Forks, prior to. leaving for  Oakland, California to attend  college.  the Liberal party, in its issue of Nov.  6, after a grand stand play of editorial  eloquence in favor of the McBride,  government, says:  "The course of the Sun does not  mean that the paper has abandoned  faith in the present progressive admin-  stration of Sir Wilfred Laurier. In  future, however, the paper will be independent politically. In the present  campaign we are firmly convinced that  the defeat of the McBride government  would be a calamity to the "province." I  ���-O^S^^l^n^oirrWe^jrtmara WKsH  Sun said editorially :  "The so-called independent .journal  eschews politics until it ascertains]  which party has tha largest sack or the  most patronage to distribute. Then  it casts its hypocritical independence  to the four winds, and proceeds to feed  its readers on equally hypocritically  pure politics."  Question���What are the dimensions  of the "sack" which caused the Sun to  flop?   FOURTEEN KILLED  "'   AND MXNY INJURED  Catastrophe -on  Electric Line  ���      near yancouver  j- i Fourteen i men.  were i" killed,  three  fatally injured, and six others  more or  less seriously injured in a head-on collision oh  the- ihtefutban  line  of the  British   Columbia   Electric    Railway  company, at  Lakeyiew   station,  near  Vancouver, at 6:05 o'clock Wednesday  morning.    The dead and injured were  passengers and crew of a car which  left the Vancouver tram depot at 5:50  o'clock for New Westminster, and the  majority of them  were  employees ,of  the railway company on  their  way to  work at the New Westminster carshops.  At   s  a.m.   an electric  locomotive  took  a; C.P.R.  flat  car  loaded  with  heavy pieces of timber for  delivery to  the new iron works on the., interurban  line, a short distance but of Vancouver.  On arriving there the conductor found  an empty box car on the switch and  left the loaded car on the main line to  shift the empty.  Returning he coupled  the two cars together to back the loaded car on the switch and when he had  gone  half a car length the coupling  parted and the flat car ran -away.    A  brakeman was on the car and tried to  apply.the brakes without success.        ;  The   conductor,   seeing   what   was  happening ran back and threw a block  of cordwdod under the wheels to block!  the runaway but the car  rode - over it.  The motorman when he saw what was  occurring hastened down the line after  the car, shrieking his whistleas a warning, the brakeman having jumped,after  going 106 yards. ' . '.  In the meantime-the first passenger  tram from Vancouver to New Westminster ��� leftr the former; terminal :at  5:30 a.m. with 23 passengers on board.  As the tram was rounding the curve  at Lakeview, just outside the city  limits, Motorman Thorburn saw the  runaway fiat car directly upon him,  coming at a terrific speed. Shouting a  warning he started to jump, but before  he could leave the vestibule his car was  struck with terrific impact.  The flat car with its heavy load  crashed into the passenger tram and  the heavy timbers plunged forward  acting as a battering ram. In an in!  stant the passenger tram looked like a  wrecked flat car, and in the debris of  Jlie  been killed instantly, while, several  others expired before medical assistance could be procured.  Boundary Mining, Sotes  Boundary   mines   shipped:45,529  tons this week, a record output:  Development work has resumed on  the Golden' Eagle mine; 6n"the North  Fork, owned by a Vancouver syndicate. Ralph Poe is foreman of a small ���  force which commenced operations  this week.      - ������ >    -��,,..���,.,���  The Elkhorn Mining company held  a meeting in Greenwood on .Wednesday James A. Russell was elected  president j H. Browning, secretary-  treasurer; and Messrs.,McKe'nzie,*Mc-  Gillis, and Jiofslad, directors. >> ,;  . Granby ;,mines continue tof smash  previous records in the .output of ore,  this week's shipments totalling 30,577  tons, and exceeding that ofany previous week by 2000 tons. The smelter  treated 27,243 tons during the week,  which is likewise a record at the big  reduction works.,. , ,,-.: --.cr.'t,-.  : Wednesday was payday at Granby  mjnes, when about $55,000, was; distributed in wages in Phoenix.. T,be  British Columbia Copper company  payroll to the mine'and' smelter" employees on the.same day amounted to  about $35,000. -.The Snowshbe;mine  will pay about, $ 1-3,000,in. -wages, on  Monday next.  A. H. Boyd is in camp, in; connection with the introduction of theWaugh  drill into Jocalmines. Although used  exclusively in" many ; of''-trie la'rge  American mines, -the Waugh drill isas  yet but little in use in BritishColumbia.  The Canadian Consolidated have,(-, a  number in use at its mines,.two beiqg  operated at the Snowshoe. '  '   ]. M; Turnbull, M.E., of the Canadian Consolidated Mining & Smelting  company of .Trail/ is at the Hotel Vancouver, says the Vancouver Province.  Mr. Turnbull on behalf of that corporation recently examined   various  promising   mining   propositions   on   the  Queen Charlotte Islands/ Swahsbh Bay,  and the Portland Canal!'district)"'-';He  is regarded as one of the most.brilliant  young   mining   engineers   in   western  Canada.    He is a graduate of McGill  university.    It is an open  secret that  the Canadian! Consolidated   is willing  to  extend   its vast operations to"the  coast if it can secure suitable properties.  ZKea nar car, anu >u  .... ����.. -.. R        entatives iQf  the  Granby Con-    ���'      _c:i_   ._-.;,�����,tV��h��'o been looking over properties in  I northern "Britisn'GamTn^a^QTtng-^'rW''  past two months.  Spokane Apple Show  Spokane, Nov. 11.���-Everything is  readiness for the opening of the second  National apple show in Spokane, beginning the morning of November 15  and continuing throughout the week.  Growers representing various parts of  the United States and Canada and  decorators have turned the tented exposition hall and the state armory,  occupying 100,000 square feet of  space, into scenes of beauty and a  veritable riot of color, presented by between one and a half and two million  apples of standard varieties.  Robert Carson disposed of his city  draying   business   and  equipment  to  McElroy Bros, of the Palace Livery on  Monday;    By  constant   additions   to  I their   equipment   McElroy   Bros,   ate  . making a successful  bid for  their line  ' of business.  Recommends Qraoby for Investment  Replying to a subscriber tne Boston  Commercial says: "If you wish to  make an investment in copper we suggest that you buy Gianby, Copper  Range, Nevada Consolidated, Utah  Copper, Utah Consolidated or Tennessee Copper. We believe that all  these companies will pay dividends  which will amount to a splendid return  on the present prices of their stocks  for a great many years to come."  NORTH VANCOUVER BOOMS  Effect  Activity in Local Real Estate  Real estate became somewhat active  in the city this week, one property, the  old Stemwinder hotel building, changing   hands   twice  in   one   " " '  Mullan,   the previous  owner sold' to  L. Y. Birnie, who in turn disposed of  it to A. T. Turano, the latter  securing  the property for $1150 and Mr. Birnie  netting  $100  in   the   turnover.    Mr.  Turano is remodelling the building for  a boot and shoe store,   to  which  he  will  move his stock from his present  location on Second street.  Railway Proposals Have Had Marked;  on Nonb Shore Property  North Vancouver, Nov. 10.���The  present hopeful outlook for a speedy  realization of North Vancouver's hopes  for railway communication by way of  the proposed second narrows bridge,  1 is having a distinct effect on the realty  j market. -Property anywhere in the vicinity of the. second narrows is being  eagerly snapped up, and though no  large sales of inside property are reported, inquiry is good.  Capilano acreage, west of river, has  shown a distinct advance during the  last week following publication of the  plans of the district council for the im-  NOMINATIONS FOR PROVINCIAL ELECTION, NOV  WE HAVE A COMPLETE  STOCK  PRICES FROM  TO  Yotf Will be Lose* if YOU  DO NOT EXAMINE OUR  LINE BEFORE  PURCHASING  District  Atlin   Albemi    Cariboo   Cariboo   Chilliwaek   Coinox   Cranbrook   Cowichan   Columbia   Delta   Dewdnev   Esquiuialt-   Fernie   Greenwood   Grand Forks   Islaiuls          Kamloops   Kaslo   Lillooet   Nanaiino   Newcastle   Nelson   Okaiuijxan   UeveKoke   Richmond   Rossland   Saanicli   .Simiikameen   Slocan     Vancouver   Vancouver   Vancouver   Vancouver   Vancouver   Victoria   Victoria   ���Victoria   Victoria   Westminster   Yalo   Ymir   Conservative  Dr. II. E Yo"ng.....  Dr  A. D. Morgan   Dr. Callahan     .1. A. Fraser   S. A. Crawley   Robert Giant   T. Oh van   \V. H. Hayward   H. G. Parsons   F. J- Mackenzie   W. J- Manson   H, D. Helmcken   \V. R. Ross   J. R. Jackson   K. Miller   A. K. McPhillips....  C. V. Shaw   N. F. Muekav   Jas. Bell ���  Harrv Wright   P. Ellison   T. Taylor    F. L. O. Cotton   W. R. Rraden   D. M. Eberts    L. W. Shatfor.l    VV. HnntHiv   w.J. Bowsi-r    A. H. B.  Mac:��owan.  Dr. McHuire   H. II- Watson   O. E- Tisilall-   R. McBride   Fieil I>:wey   11   F. W   Belms��n....  II. n   Thomson   T. GiU'oicl   R. McBride   j   II. ScholK'kl   Liberal  Kearns, Thos   H. O. Brewster   Harry Jones   J   M! Yorston   C. W. Munro    J. M. Forrest   Dr. J. H. King ...  John Oliver.   Thompson,  A.   John Jardine   .A. I. Fisher   D. Patersdn .   H. M. Vasey   M. Eagleson......  E. A . Crease....'..'  F. R. Delinrt   E. F. Landmark   J. W. Karris   Dr. J. M. English..  25  Socialist  llJg,   V-Ilail��- I  piano   v.   v..~   day. Cal. I provement of the means of communication west of the Capilano river. The  rumor that one of the largest landowners in. that district is prepared to  bonus the British Columbia .Electric  Railway company to the amount of  $60,000 in consideration of the com-  ��� pany building up the west side of the  [river, has also been a factor responsible  for the rise.  l-n Nov  13, '09    rtl  S BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE. ��,  I        The following lable give* the ore shipments of  I9oj. wo4.  I90S.  iV.  '907. 1908 ��nd 1909, as reported  Harrington,  J   Heatherton, G   John Melnnis ...  j. Hawthornthwaite.,  P.  Williams   J.  Matliewson   Jas. Johnson   G. H. Kemster   E. T. Kingaley   W. M. Mackenzie..  M. McGregor   p. Garvey   R. P. Petti piece ....  George Oliver   A. J. Morley (c)....  F. C. Wade   J. H. Senkler   J. Campbell   G. E.. Macdonald.  J. B. Stables   John Oliver   R. L. Dniry  ������  W. K. Houston.-  II. A. Mnnn   J. J. Johnson   S. Henderson        V'"M"6li've'i'!!!!!!   "         ��� [oyTiniepen'dent'; [d]'Canadian Labor Party.  ,v callllidatos   A. J. Morley i. in the fleW in V^n^j^Jn^n^^^ alsoj.  C  Ina.l.liti��ntatlwHop^ Walter   Do.id   .9 a  w'.'nodii (d)..  as  an  Independent, ita  un.- ma^ ...   ^  lidate in   New Westminster under tht  Mink.  Granby Mines...  j Snowshoe...-   I Phoenix Am��l._  B. C Copper Co.  Mother Lode���  B. C. Mlne.._...  Hmma   Oro Denoro ....  I Sounle Belle   I Oom. Cop. Co....  Br'klyn-Stem..  Idaho-   Rawhide   Sunset-   Mountn Rose..  Athelstan   Morrison -  R. Bell   I Senator   Brey Fogle   No. 37   I Reliance   I Sulphur King....  Winnipeg _..  1 Golden Crown...  I King Solomon-  nig Copper   No. 7 Mine   1 City of Paris   * Jewel   I Riverside   Carmi   Sally   1 Kambler -.  Butcher Boy   Duncan   I Providence   Klkhoru   Slrathmoie   I Golden Hagle...  Preston   Prince Henry....  I Skylark   1 Last Chance   K. P. D. Mine...  I Bay   I Mavis   Don Pedro   I Crescent   Bruce   Republic ���  I Miscellaneous.  1901       1901 1903 1904       1905  '31.763 309,858 393.71O 549.703 65.1.889  I.73I     ao.Soo 7I.��U       99,034  141,326 138.079 174,298 147,576  47.405    14.811 19.365      ���        650     8,530 21,937 37.960     9,485   ���    15.537 16,400     3,007  Boundary mines lor   1900,   1901   rgoi,  to the Phoenix Pioneer���  1900        1907 1908 1909  801,404   613,537 iojS,747 SSi.SoS  S,4��6   135,001 48,816 151,460    345  Past  Week I  30.577 ;  4.t��> 1  105,900 308.331 331, &#  [���(8S 1.7"         11.804 18.274  3,177 14,481 66,630  373.1S9   9.59? 1  7,053      1170,  803  "So  7.455    ��5.73i  3.339  363  33,350   55.73'  3,070   25,108  3,350     3,056  4.747  1,040  '"���'875   66s  3,500  35��  150  560  785  625  48*  2,060  "'8^0'  219  I./59  4.586  3.45"  222  364  33  140,685  2.960  26,032  48,390  3.555  43.395  13.253  64,173  31.370  3>.358  649  5.730  10,740  3.802  530  130  3,435  1,833  33  150   30  79 US  586  90  993  400  3.536  S��5  500  "726  335  50  3��  60  75��  7.0  t<;o  535  68r,   30 ���  106  65  76  1? '  40  I 140  700  40  20  140  55  60  10S -       125-  330  15  589  .a  ���a  :3  0  fU  a  a  a  ���pi  #s&  m  :*-,   w*   ,.,..,,,���,, mm  ���.-'  �����;> .; ^if, .���;fv^''^V.?UV;^'^)*.'>J  S--!ft ���.���:?.--,'.---^'.,.-.M--.:,/.fl-.,Wi.-}*��  "���'-��� -��� ���'������;-.,.-��� :?.,,;-;!.v,v����-Jw  :-MiSMSs  ! is  h-I;-.  t--J-c-  '������^?'  -  ) ,���������:  l'tV  I- h -  :- U  210  3"  -^SHH^^i^^ SWi =ney on tl^cal Option platform.  mfmt  Total,tons 390,800 308,876 690,419 829,808 j(3/'2S 1.161,5371,148,137 1,.187,480 1,314,2*5 45,529?  amelter treatment��� L  Granby Oo     230,828   112,340 40i.9���� 596,253 687,9^     828,879   637,636   1037,514 86S,9Ss    37,2(3 [  B.C.CopperCo.    117,611148,600162,913210^84310830     123,740   341.952    364,850 262,902    117981  -Dom.Cop.Co ���   I3a.57��   30.930   81,059     218,811     153,439     22.661;  1 Total reduced..   348,439 460,940 697,404 837,666 982,877 1,172^30 1,133.017 1,359 c6o  ���^��25^5^5^2525^52525^52^525^1251^^ wsauam  m  si'  i'  It  lr  Lf  :  J*".  PMnrwix PIO^ER. PHOENIX. B,Cr  The Phoenix Pioneer  Aasi BctwaAury Mioia* JoatreaJ.  imuvo   ��� aATOBbava at thc  PIOZVKKR PUBMSIIINO CO.  ax ranamix. a. c  , ,    , . I Business office No. u.  fetopkoacs) j ttmaMKta>9 reaidese*, Mo. t��-  i   , hi >i hi    ~, ���  sasseauarnasm tm adtaxcb.  ���l> afeatba.:  - Ta ^a* Called Mala. X** ys*r-   J.13  T. ALFRED LOVE. Mana��kh.  ci^m Baking Powder  Is the most efficient and  perfect of leaveniag agents*  MADE FROM PURE CREAM OF TARTAR  No alum, lime or ammonia.  ABtl>  Saturday, Novembkr 13, 1909  Wbaterer may be the full nature qf  the understanding between the govenj  ment and the Canadian Northern, it'it  certain tbat in tome respects the policj  adopted by the ��� government is not in  'the best interests of the province. At  first tight tbe new railway policy is one  calculated to appeal to .the people, but  .after consideration the glamor wears  off and the feeling is that Premier McBride is unnessarily pledging tbe credit  of the province in a manner that cannot be endorsed by those who have  due regard to the fitness of things.  -Any aid granted by a government  forirailway construction should be for  roads tbat will act as colonizers and  means of development of new' territory  'and in providing for?assistance to the  'Canadian 'Northern' for '.that portion of  .the   proposed ,line from Yellowhead  . pass to Kamloops, traversing as it does  an .undeveloped country, the'government'is within its duty, even though  the form in which the aid is given may  be open to criticism. , But to pledge  ihe credit of the province for the con  "struction of a line from- Kamloops to  the, coast,   passing   through - a - large  stretch of territory  that   is  but   little  productive and paralleling the C.P.R.-,  ^u.contrary to .the essence of govern;  /'n^t^assistance.,   This is, one, of'the  ; weak .spots, one of several, in the  Mc  ''Bride' railway policy. - ���  - There is every reason for encourag-  *     ���* T    '~*'-* ���"'        ' \ , '' '       ,  ing railway  construction but, had the  ',-'.,1       ,        . .> <       * 1  'McBride, government  been really de.  atrous of best ��� furthering the interests  of Utee':> province < they would * have' inl  stste��IJupbn thte road. finding a way to  city, opening up a large district, rich  minerals, coal and agn'cuJ ural land-,  now practically undeveloped for lack of  adequate-transportation facilities. Instead of, that," the government succumbs, meekly to the demands > of the  ��� Canadian Northern'for aid to a line  tKa("will/ turn but little revenue into  the coffers of the company and which  .u^alrcady   served, by, the  Canadian  'Pacific.'. .  -The people of this /district want' the  railway built down 'the North < Thomp  son. Liberals and - Conservatives are  united ;on .that point. But the weak  ness?of the'McBride'government's ar.  rj'ngemetft with' the Canadian' Northern  is' the readiness .with which .they su&  mittedto .the,dictation .of the company  Jnstead toin being > the - dictators.-  f Mc-  ti*"* **^J , ( !  'K.e"n2ie: &; Mann,j wanted government  afd.  'It was the duty of the govern  ". ,  1   ���     .   ���,   .   r> '1 - '  ment  to see   that  the   best   bargain  ..possible-, was made, not to serve-the  interests.of the company, but to, serve  the interests of the people.    In place  ' of making the'granting of' government  aid .conditional upon the. road "being  built through the territory to the south  of this city what did they do? This  is 'what, Mr.  Bowser said   happened:  1 "We^would like to have had the line  go down,through the Nicola and Similkameen country, but McKenzie &  Marin are practical railway builders,  not'men of sentiment, and would not  agree. They wanted the best possible  grad�� for their railway."    There is the  f whole thing in a nutshell. The people  want the country south  of us opened  With half the labor, and at  "''half- the cost of other soap,  'SuaUght   does  the   whole  washing- In half tbe time,  wet   without injuring- the  most delicate fabric.  U8�� it the Sunlight way.  Follow she directions.  up; it is in the best interests of the  province that such should be done.  But McKenzie & Mann wanted a  grade. ��� The government ignored the  needs of the people and succumbed to  the insistence of Mr. Mann. Mr.  Bowser alleges that railway men are  "most astute," "they are not men of  sentiment." Are the members of the  government lacking in astuteness, are  they overflowing with sentiment? Is  it mere sentiment to insist upon the  railway needs of an undeveloped country ? It is becoming more and more  clear as the ministers open their  mouths and let fair little scraps of the  truth that, they simply agreed to the  demands 1 of thc Canadian Northern  without due regard to the requirements  of the province and the essence of  government aid to railways, tbe pro  viding of adequate transportation facilities where they are most needed.���  Kamloops Sentinel.  ffcs Narslt ��f thi Ksstsaay  Since fruit-growing has been intro  duced into the, Kootenay, the morale  of the-place have been ' elevated, according to Edgar William' Dynes, who  contributes an excellent article to the  November Busy Man's on the subject.  In the old'days most of the towns had  the lid off and a hot fire in the furnace  all the time. It had the habit of  breaking the" hearts of more sky pilots  than any stretch of ground in North  America. An M.A , B.D., came out  from the east to take charge of a  church in a wide-open smelter town,  but the devil won out in the first round,  for\thei'eloquent divine Iboarded the  eastern train, before the, sunset of the  secpnd^ayJJ.Ah"oth.e��-1��Bn^��rrungrsenRi-  tive chap tried to stay,'but "could rot  's'ax'd rht* pressure at all���h^ lost his  bearings completely, insane is the  common woid;���and it is only of late  years that he is back���his old dashing  self. ' One of the first things in a new  fruit settlement is , the service in the  school-house, and a little later, the  neat frame church. Sometimes the  saloon man comes along with a petition to, get a saloon license., But he  i' '       ���. 1     ( .       '  gets, few  signatures.    And   he. is  no  sooner 1 gone than a counter > petition is  filed. There is nothing of the free  and-easy about the new,- the dawning,  era in Kootenay.  Just recently an enterprising- indi-  vidal, who acts as' station agent in a  little fruit-growing community for a  living,'and speculates in almost everything else on the bide, , got a bright  idea, he thought - of bui ding a hotel  supposedly to house the travel mg  public,, but really to make a fortune in  selling thirst quenchers to the good  folk of the valley. He got out a petition in support of his nright idea,  but'the'fruit-glowers, thinking differently, ��� got out another twice as big.  No public house in their fair valle ,  they "said. They would never have  their boys drink anything stronger than  apple-cider. That settled it. There  are no whisky bottles on the shelf behind the lonely bar and no stupid  topers in the doorway. This is the  Kootenay of today.  The Dominion Government will  construct a drydock at Prince Rupert  to cost $1,500,000.  BOUNDARY & KOOTENAY 1909 ORE RECORD  Sblssieats ami Snelter Rec��lps Par Year to  Date.  Ore shipments from the various  mines of Boundary and Kootenay, and  the receipts of ore at the smelters of  Southeastern British Columbia for last  week and for 1909 to date are as  follows:  SHIPMENTS. WEEK. YEAR.  Boundary 42,479  1,243,401  Rossland    4i56o     200,605  East Columbia River  3,431     164,320.  American Exodus ta Canada  "The exodus of American farmers  to Canada continues to be a phenomenon of the first importance. More of  them are crossing the border this fall  than ever before, and they are flocking  thither from all parts of the country.  Formerly it was the middle west alone  which thus lost the heart of its citizenship. Now all sections of the Union  suffer alike. Besides the regret which  we cannot help feeling over the migration of many thousands of excellent  citizens to a foreign country, the matter  has an economic side which causes  some concern. The 70,000 farmers  who will go to Canada to live this fall  will take with them some $70,000,600  in cash and effects."���Portland Ore-  gonian.  _ |  Kamloops claims to have the Grand  Trunk Pacific heading for that city en  route to Vancouver.  Will Build Fleet  That the Grand Trunk Pacific  Steamship company has no intention  of buying the steamers of the Allan  line or other vessels of any line, but  will build a thoroughly up to date  fleet of modern passenger and freight  steamers for its own use to start a  service between Prince Rupert and the  usual ports of call in the orient as soon  as the G.T.P. was completed and  nearly ready for seivice, was the statement made by W. Wainwrighl, second  vice-president of the company, who is  in the city.  Town Where Credit la Uuknown  North   Yakima,  Wash., is credited  with being among the most piogressive  cities in the western states. It has a population of 18,000 and is the centre of  rich fruit-growing district.   The.most  interesting  feature  of North Yakima  and the secret of its prosperity and  success-is the fact that the   business  there is done on an absolutely strict  cash basis���no credit whatever.    Brit  Columbia might'well take a leaf from  Yakima's book of success.  "Cemlflj Fourth Trtnseestlnaetal  On Oct. 16th the C. P. R. celebrated  the completion of its second main line  from Winnipeg to Edmonton. This  has been known hitherto as the York-  ton Branch of the C.P.R. It will not  end at Edmondton, but will be pushed  in time across the Rockies to the  Pacific, and _will make, practically  Canada's fourth  transcontinental line,  Keep both eyes on the Rio Tinto  Tredwell minepnear Curlew, Wash.B  Buy Rio Tinto-Treadwell stock at 4  cents per share on the payment plan.  Only a few thousand shares left at this  price.���J. L. Martin, Phcenix, B. C.  Miss Lolita Lamb, who will appear in "Cousin.Kate," Nov. 18  Strong Healthy Women  If ��� woman it strong and healthy in ��� womanly way, motherhood means to her but little ���offering'. The trouble ties  in the fact that the many women suffer from weakness and  diaease of the distinctly fc^ninine organism aad are im^tt^  lor motherhood.   This can be remedied.  Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription  Cores the weaknesses and dubordstrs of women.  It acts dirootly on the> delteata amd important  organs ooneerned in nsothoritoods �����.���*�����-���� them  healthy,   strong,   vigorous,  visile  maid   rfmrtiiTi  "Favorite Prescription" baoiche* the iadispositioas of the  period of _ expectancy and makes baby's advent easy and  almost painless.    It  qniokens  and vitalizes tbe  feminine  organs, and insures a healthy and robust baby.   Thousands of women have  testified to its marvelous merits. .  It Makes Weak Women.Strong.     It Makes Sick Women Well.  Honest druggists do nci. o2er substitutes, and urge them upon you as " just  as good."   Accept no secret nostrum in place of this mon-tecret remedy.   It  ���ontains not a drop of alcohol and not a grain of habit-forming or injurious  drags.   Is a pure glyoerio extract ol healing, native American roots.  Total 50,470   r,608,328  SMBLTER    RECEIPTS���  Granby    25.765 846,423  B.C. Copper Co...   12,014 262,127  Trail .-    10,846 357,27^  Northport  12,761  Total.  .  48,625 Mr78,58jr  FINE  TAILORED  SUITS  Our fine up-to-date Stock of Suit Lengths  just received from the fall trade cannot be  surpassed anywhere. They are the best  quality that money can buy. Large number  to select from, and no two alike, making  it better than ordering from samples, because you see what you are going to get.  Our new fashion plates enable us to suit  you iu style as well as in fit.  ajwimtmw w iff wwrnwrnitf immmwmmmm^  1 DEANE'S HOTEL 1  f��    -DANNY DEANE, Proprietor ��� ���- 3  S            This is the Largest and Newest Hotel in the city, heated by =|  ��i hot water and  well  furnished throughout for the accommodate ^  ���aP of the public.    Everything  Neat, Clean  and  Up-to-Date.    Meals ^  g served at all hours, special attention bein^ given the  Diningroom. ^  ^             Centrally Located on the Bridge, Fifth Street, Phoenix. =|  H STEAM   HEATED.                  m prTP.C   LIGHTING.                 TELEPHONE   48 3  ��k���     STEAM   HBAinu. S1-^'"-'"  . : ������-=9  TtimmMmikimim^MimmimimiuMK  DRAYING  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Basriraee  Transfer.   Careful attention i0 nil  nrd����f�� 'Mm-*'   \��R  JA^ES Q. HcKEOWN  Hotel Brooklyn  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   j*    Heated  A. S. HOOD,  Fire, Life and  Accldea Inaaraace,  Qeaeral Afeo   Bank Block. Phoenix, B.C.  TUCK   COLLINS  SHAVING PARLORS  AND    BATHROOM.  Next Door to McBae Broi.     D  _   ,���  Knob Hill Avtnue. PHOKN1X, B. C.  Natlhers Mvbtv shop  LOWER   TOWN.  FOR   AN   EASY   SHAVE  AND STYLISH HAIRCUT  JAMES MARSHALL, Prop.  +9+*0***^t*+m  BATHS     IN  CONNECTION  Greenwood   Liquor  Co.  We furnish the trade all over the   Boundary   with  the Choicest Imported and Domestic  Wines, Liquors and Cigars  As vrc ship direct in Carloads, we  can   make   the  prices right, and give prompt shipment.  Jas. McCreath & Co.  GREEN WOOD. B  C.  ^^*s*at������s**g��*��*��^ssJi  *+m  mm  Happiness  The Essential of Life  One of the greatest things to make  the Home happy is ihe food which'is  provided for the table.  A   tender  sttak   from   our  prime  yBeef will be just the  thing  rt quired. ,  Pleasantness and content will, be  "observed all'round. Phone 2.  P. BURNS & CO., LTD...; PHOENIX, B.C.  PAiACf UM ��  UNDER  NEW   M-NvGEMENT  FIRST-CLASS EQUIPMENT FOR LONG DRIVES, LIGHT  OR HEAVY TeAMiNG,  DRAYING, Etc., at Reason-  '.���s'e-i Rate*.; -  We aim to Plsaae and Solicit an Opportunity.  DRY WOOD IN ANY QUANTITY.  McElroy Bros.  iPHONE 34)  Phoenix, B.C.  B ULLETIN  a  SPOKANE &. RETURN   -ACCOUNT   sreono iutioiul apple snow  Held in Spokane, Nov. 15th to Nov. 20th. Tickets  will be on sale Nov. 13th to Nov. 19th, inclusive.  Final   return    limit    will    be    NOVEMBER    25th.  Wateh this space for Canadian and Old Country Holiday rates.  W, X. Perkins, Agent.  KingEdward Lodge, No. 36  A. F.and A. M.  Regular communication 8 p. m.     fin  >    ond Thuratlay ofeach month.  Emergent meetlnga aacalled;Mat,onl<  Halt, McHale Block.  O. D. TURNER,  W.M.  V. M.8HKRBINO,  Secretary.  I. O. O. F.  SNOWBHOK LODGE NO. .6  Meet* e��erjriMonday Kvenlng  at Miners' Hal  Vliitint brethren cordially Invited.  tOHN C. Tait, Noble tiraud  W. A. PICKAKD, Fin. Secy.  '���' W. A. Cook, Record.   Secy,  PHOENIX   AERIE   NO   1RH  Meet*Jn Union Hal]  Friday evening  Visiting    brother!  always welcome  J. Mclver, W. P.  C McASTOCxra  W. Bee  K.ofP.��E,No.28  ���PHOENIX, B.C.���  Meets every Tuesday  .'.' EvaMvo at7.30   :  Sojouraing  Brother. Cordially  welcomed.        :  F. C. GRAHAM  K.. Of ��..  S.  R.H. McCRACKKN.C.C.  NOTICE.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt,  thirty days alter date, I, Joseph J.  Bassktt, of Hartford Junction. B. C,  intend to apply to the superintendent of  provincial police, F. S. Hnseey, of Victoria, for the renewal of a retail liquor  licence for the'Hartford Hotel; at Hart-  foid Junction, B.C.  ���������  ��� .Joseph J. Bashhtt.  Hartford Junction, B.C.,  Oct..II   1909.  '   ' ��� ������ ��� j������-  NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICE that I, John A. Mc-  Master, of Eholt, B.C., intend applr-  inft to tho Superintendent of Provincial  Police at the expiration of thirty days  from date hereof, for a renewal of my  hotel licence for thc premises known aa  the Union Hotel, at Eholt, B C.  John A. McMastbb.  Eholt, Oct. 11, 1909.  WOOD  First-Class Fir and \ Tam-  arac Wood, $5 per cord  Pine Wood, $4.50 per cord  Pine Wood, double cut,  $6.00 per cord  Wood Delivered on Short Notice.  'Pfione B32  Jobnson & Anderson  EDWARD'S  FURNITURE STORE  Greenwood  Leave Phoenix, upper toWn, 9.30 a.m.-)  "        '" lower town, 10.00 a.m. [ Standard Time  ��� Leave  Greenwood      -        3.00 p. m. J  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  Phoenix Office, With McRar Brob., Knob Hill Avk.  GILLIS & LiAING, Proprietors  WEARY?  ���then don't wait till you get to  the "other side of Jordan" before  getting a rest. The sweet fields  of Eden are right here and Edwards has the kind of goods you  need for a body and soul-satisfying  rest. He has the softest couches,  the easiest chairs and the most  comfortable beds -���beds with  springs and mattresses that relieve  the pressure on every aching joint  when you are "all in." His house  furnishings are not only comfortable and easy but artistic���well  made and well finished���bought  from the best makers.  Al Hew Shipment  Edwards has just received a new.  shipment and his warerooms are  now stocked from cellar to garret  ���everything you need in furnishings. To enumerate the long list  - of articles would tire you. Call  and examine. You are cordially  invited.    He wants your  trade.  C.F.Edwards PHOENfX PtONEER, PHOENIX, *��,  "   ���  ���*  provincial.'  ^plsnii citv's postoffice is to be en  |.tr"-H  in the  Cuiirti  di.  ���,,],[,-;,l- i.. -.-  Portland  irirt ���''..���;'���������  q-i, ,.. or- $2-^000 w��.rih   nf build-  ,���,,, 10 De completed m   Fernie belore  winter closes in.  Tin- Arrow. Lakes and Nelson districts will combine to exhibit at the  Spokane National Apple show.  Rossland can tax the surface of  mineral claims, provided said claims  are within the city limits.  Penticton intends to jump into the  aquatic celebration as a business proposition as a means of advertising the  place.  S. N. Dancey, recently editor of the  Kamloops Standard, has purchased a  half interest in the Nicola Herald, published at Merritt.  \V. S. Drewrey of Nelson has been  appointed chief water commissioner in  the lands dei artment of the British  Columbia government.  Guggenheim interests have obtained  control of the Western Fuel Co. which  owns 42,000 acres of coal and timber  land near Nnnaimo.  Workmen have commenced operations in tearing down the Bastion  street bridge, Nan-umo, and a new  structure to cost $6000 will be erected  in its stead.  "All slot machines must go and all  dicing must stop" were the instructions  given Chief of Police Crossan by the  board of; license commissioners for  Nanaimo city.  The ontput of the Coal Creek mines  continues to steadily increase and from  present indicatioms the tonnage will  soon reach the highest figure ever attained at thscamp.  The first B.C. Electric railway locomotive passed over the Fraser River  bridge at New Westminster last week.  The locomotive will be used in connection with the Chilliwack extension.  M. Keller, R. Alexander and the  Toye brothers have bonded a group of  claims on the Beaver river, 60 miles  from Tete Jaune Cache, to a Minnea-  polic syndicate for $210,000. The  ore is gold and some of it runs $33 to  the ton.  The Hedley Gold   Min<:F, Limited,  is arranging to en'arge its mine power  p\��uuand,complete its milling plant.  Tlie second   half of ��� the   20-drill air-  compressor is 10 be added shortly, and  tube mills for fine grinding are to make  the gold-saving appliances at   the   mill  more effective.  City, New York, writes: -"' '.. I  ,, "Somehow iWealwaya had �� pwjudtoe against adver- J  tlsed medicine, but I want to make one decided exception ���  in favor ot Peruna. .      ..       f  "I caught a cold last winter and it settled in throat  and head, developing a moat persistent catarrh, which  seemed to defy all medicines until 1 tried Peruna. Befon.  Ihiadusedtwo bottles I considered myRolf cured.".     .  Who   Slander  Peruna Know Nothing About It.  PEOPLE  WHO USE IT ARE THE  ONLY RELIABLE WITNESSES.  Enthusiastic   Testimonials  This  Page.  on  Catarrh of Bronchial Tubes.  Mr. VwekiilTo It. Smith, editor of The  Potl:iic!i Herald, formerly principal of  tho schools at Cameron, Idaho, writes:  "For 6omo time'I suffered with'catarrh of tlio throat aud bronchial tubes.  "1 tried many remedied, butcould find  ii"tiilng that would give me relief. Finally I IricdPeruna. Three bottles cured  trio, soii'jd and wcll.jl believe it will do  ss much for others as it did for me."  Gained Thirty Pounds.  Mrs. Alice J.Bordner, 1311 Maple Aye.,  Harriaburg, Pa., writes:  "I have found a cure iu Peruna. I  cannot recommend Peruna enough, and  I also thank you for your kind attention  to 1110. I am as well as could bo over  since I began taking Peruna, and will  recommend it toothers. I only weighed  95 pounds before taking Peruna; now 1  weigh 125."  Throat ami Head.  Mrs. I. D. Hayes, 1987 Druid Hill, Baltimore, Md., writes:  "Peruna is one of this best remedies  for grippe, cold in the head, sore throat,  nervous headaches, and coughs that has  ever been discovered. . After the uae of  one bottle in my family I don't feel safe  without Peruna in my bouse."  In a later letter Mrs. Hayes Bays:."I  am never without a bottle of Peruna in  the house. I find it good for most every  complaint. I give] the children Peruna  if they have a cold and it always relieves them. I don't think I could find  a better remedy to give my children."  These Testimonials Were Given Out of Pure Gratitude  For The Benefit'Received From Pe-ru-na.  It is so easy to criticize things about  as a beverage or to take  it in doses  which the critic knows nothing.  Take, for instance, Peruna. There are  plenty of people who are willing to say  Peruna is this aud that, who novor have  tasted Peruna, and have never known  anything about its effects upon the  human system.  There are people who Bay, and probably believe, that Peruna is used as c  beverage by some people. It - would  betheeaslestthingin the world to show  the falsity of such a belief.  Let any one who reads this go to thc  drug store  aud  purchase.'a  bottle  of  sufficient to produce anything like intoxication, if after putting; it to this  test such a parsoa is still of the opinion  that'Peruna'is a disguised- alcoholic  drink, he will be warranted in making  such a statement. Practically, Peruna  cannot be so used/. Any ono who knows  anything about Peruna by personal use  knows that Peruna is a medicine. The  very label on tho bottle, giving the principal active ingredients, furnishes indisputable proof that Peruna is a medical compound. We will be willing to  guarantee that no normal person cauor  will use  Peruna  as   a  beverage,; -If  Peruna.   If, after attempting to use it,any   one    thinks    this   remedy   can' diseases."  be so used one trial will be sufficient to  disabuse his mind.  Peruna is a great and useful family  medicine. It is used In multitudes of  homes. It has become a standard remedy for various petty aliments in the  home. 11 i s especially useful for cli ma tie  diseases. It is an excellent remedy for  colds. .It is a well-tried remedy for ca��  tarrh in all forma. ;.]��� ;.  '',,,   ''.:��,':���'���/'.  We have"a multitude ot testimonials  recommending it for colds^*for bronchitis, for various affectlonB of the  respiratory aud alimentary, organs.  ?  This is well known to all who know  Peruna by actual experience.  "Cures All Catarrhal Disease*."  Mr. I.  W.-Kightlinger,' Cambridge,  Neb., writes: "I don't have any more  trouble in my throat,,and have not had  a headache for four weeks.  "Peruna is the very medicine for catarrh. There is no medicine like It in  the United States, for I have tried a good  many beforeusing Peruna.   -  "I will keep it in my house to guard  against catarrh, aB it cures all catarrhal  Messrs.   Singer and   McNelly   announce that the Minneapolis and Spo-  Jenkes'   boilers,   a six drill Canadian  Rand air  compressor,   two $)&  inch  kane syndicate, who   recently   bonded   Rand drills, and drill fittings,  800 feet  the   Mollie   Gibson   at   Rossland   for, of 4-inch pipe line, a   100  h p.   feed  $50,000, has defaulted on the second  payment and the property, therefore,  reverts back to them and associates.  The Canadian Rand Co. has just  sold a plant to the Fife Mines, Ltd.  The   plant   consists of two   50  h.p,  Steel  The oven door  of the Kootenay  drops down and  - provides a shelf  upon which to  rest the pans  drawn from the  oven.  'The door is  strongly braced  d "will  FOR SALE BY THE HUNTER-KENDRICK CO.  frkoenix  oeer  Pure and wholesome.    Cold and as bracing in its  coolness as a breeze from the North in Summer.  ta Recognized  by  all   as the  ��� BEST BEER IN THE BOUNDARY."  water heater,, one �� Jry_ 4 by 6 boiler  feed pump, and a lot of other material,  the cost of the plant is about $7,000-  and it will be delivered in about two  weeks.  Henry Birks & Sons, jewelers, of  Vancouver, were before the police  court in that city recently, charged  with offering elk teeth for sale contrary  10 the game protection act. They  were assessed $5 and costs.  The Vermillion Forks company is  providing for a substantial output of  coal Irom its mine near Penticton,  while in the district the Nicola Valley  Coal & Coke company is continuing  to enlarge its coal   mining  operations  Ed. Sterling, a well-known and popular conductor, who used to run on  the passenger train between Rossland  and Nelson, has gone to New West  minster where he has accepted a position with the B.C. Electric railway,  under Allan Purvis.  Nice Profit In a Mining Property Deal  Last July A. J. Young of North Bay  and J. O'Brien of Renfrew, railway  contractors, bought 17 acres of mining  property in Cobalt from thc Ontario  government for $10,500. Since its  acquition they have expended $2,480  in development work on it. Now they  have sold it to a Montreal syndicate  for $400,000.  Your Dollar  will come back lo you if you spend it  at home. It is gone for ever if you  send it to the Mail Order House. A  glance through our advertising columns will give you an idea where it  will buy the most.  Founded 1892���Incorporated 1893.  NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C.  WHY?   Because its manufacturers employ  all of their energy _to the  turnintf oat of a perfect Beer from the best materials obta.nab.e.  ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL ICE, ETC. PHONE 23  PliLoeifcix   Brewing   Co.  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 ami gives  DiploiuaH. Gives a liberal education in  its Collegiate Course and in the Ladies'  Course for M.E.L. and M.L.A. In University work, can take students through  the complete Arts Course, and the degree of B.A. can be obtained from Toronto University, which the college is in  lut affiliation.  For fuller information and terms write  Rev, W. J. Sipperell. B.A..B.D .Princi-  3al:or Rev. J. P, Boweil, Burear.  npHE CARNEY COPPER MINE, in the  famous Coeur d'Alenes, four miles south  east of Mullan, Idaho���8 claims, 3 fractions.  Water power, worth $25,000.  Tunnel No. 1, has 350 feet development  work. An ore chute opened for 110 feet in  length, and the end not reachedi about 48 feet  wide, and the width not determined. Vertical  depth at face of tunnel 120 feet.  Tunnel No. 2 is in from the portal 925 feet,  crosscuts and side drifts 475 feet, stringers of  ore now appearing in face of tunnel. Vertical  depth 500 feet, strike of importance expected  within 30 days. Stock at less than 20 cents per  share is a good buy.  Only a Few Thousand at  ONE-HALF CASH  ONE-HALF 30 DAYS  Leave your order with  A. S. HOOD, Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  Rio -Tinto  T*eaclweil  "THE RIO TINTO-TREADWELL MINE,  is in the same ore zone as the Granby,  14 miles directly south from Granby mines,  Three miles south-east from Curlew, Wash.  The group is composed of 7 claims. $4,000 was  spent on the ground prior to incorporation.  Tunnel No. 1 is now in about 90 feet.  Ledge No. 1 should be crosscut by November  1st, at a depth of 100 feet. Ledge No. 2 will be  cut before April 1st, at a depth of 125 feet. A  contract for 400 feet was let six weeks ago. Two  shifts are crowding the work night and day.  Tunnel Site No. 2 has been laid out, which  will give, an additional depth of 200 feet below  No. 1. It is less than one-and-one-half miles  from Great  Northern and C. P. R. railways.  25,000 Shares is offered   bHbW  AT  CENTS  PER SHARE  By October 15th, Stock will be 5 cents.  Leave your order with  A. S. HOOD, Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  ' ^ 4m  >  IF 1   *   "r i��fi?  U'.  a  'ft  u *���<���  i  i i  i  %MliMSSM��MM  'T-r  < ���  **s II*  1 V f  'V.  if  SAt  i  I  fr  PHOENIX PIONEErt, PHOEWIX, B.C.  WE ARE NOT  SELLING OUT  Btit Invite Your Inspection  of out Prices, and Quality  of   Goods   Before    Buying  mMm9mkW9t9mammkWtl9awm9am9WaWmmmwmm^t9MmW9Xmammmm��Wam  Gents Furnishings Elsewhere  Our stock of Suits, Overcoats, Underwear, Shirts,  Collars and Ties, Boots and Shoes, etc., etc., is all  new and up-jto-date���no ancient, shopworn or shoddy  goods which would be expensive at any price.,'  By frequent buying and carefuL selection of Stock  our Furnishings are always new, with' the season's  distinctive styles, and bears the stamp of quality; our  prices are no higher than you will pay for inferior goods  elsewhere.  We are not selling out, but will be here to back' up the goods we sell.  HONEST GOODS AT, CONSISTENT PRICES  THOS. BROWN  What's the Time ?  Get a watch so you'll know  when you want to. Let, me  \ show you, my assortment of  Plain and Engraved Oases.  I carry the finest movements  , manufactured.  .���>--.     '���-<���''-        ��� - i  Prices, $5 and up  EiAi BkAGIi, Jeweler  ..*&.���<<��� i  -*.���,-..  '*>  V.fliAJ&.T--*' .\'"Mi<.   TJ  Don 9i Get Mad  if we-tell you that you know .veryf little about Gold  Filled 'Jewelry; "you buy a watch' chain,: a' cuff  button,, a locket, a bracelet or other article?> and  you cannot telkbut what it may.,change its color-  and turn; black after a .month, or so; all you have to  depend upon is��� the jeweler's word, who,,sold it to  you."-)'"  ' "* l^~'":<"'*"'.'- ���'.'?'''  ::':':<>x v'"_ :. .'"  In following out our established policy of giv- '  "ing the public  the   best  value possible for their  . ;m9n.ey��,we determined that 'every* piece ofi GOLD -  FILLED JEWELRY that went out of our "store, :  ,'shou be likeJCaesar's wifeVi above suspicion.    -       .-  With." that end in view we tested several  makers' chains by cutting a link out and immersing in Nitric Acid, thus'dissolving- the base metal  and showing .plainly the amount of gold on the  chain. One of the chains so tested, a person would  almost need a microscope to see- the gold, others  stood out well under the test, but the best of all  was* the celebrated r Sturdy. Chain, which  came out of the acid a perfect hollow link of 14k.  gold. This make of chain -has been on the market  for 45 years, and we intend to handle it exclusively  in-fdture.    The prices range from  $3.QO to$8.00  according to weight and pattern, and we can confidently tellyou that it is impossible to' get better  value anywhere sn the country.  We have the same makers goods iu  LOCKETS, from    -   -   $1 to $4-50  '���BRACELETS..-    -   -   $3 to $900  NecR Chains, Brooch Pins, etc.  Drop, in and examine them any t'tne, you never find   us cranky.  35 In and around Phoenix  HRIEF   TOPICS   OF   LOCAL   AND   GENERAL .  INTEREST   TO   PHOENICIANS. ** <-,  flfttftfWWWM^^  Subscribe for the Pioneer and get  the latest Boundary news.  Dry wood in car lots. Apply to J.  Trombley, Phoenix, B.C.  Before .buying your furniture elsewhere, call on R. J. Gardner.  Local' stores are already receiving  stock for the Christmas trade.  Notice���Services in the Methodist  church tomorrow will be held at ii  a.m.  Miss Agnes McGrade went to Spokane on Wednesday to spend a few  days. ���������*"���  Born���In Phoenix, on Wednesday,  Nov. ioth, to Mr. and Mrs. John Pipe,  a son.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, will be at his  Phoenix office, bank block, from Nov.  io to 13.  Daniel Draisey underwent a successful operation in Vancouver on Tuesday  in the hope of restoring his  eyesight.  Robert Carson went to Kamloops  on Wednesday on business in connection with some property he holds there.  The scrap heap of a locomotive continues to pull the Great Northern passenger into Phoenix about an hour late  daily.  Mr. and Mrs. J. P/- Helphrey, Miss  Helphrey and F. P. Helphrey, of Curlew, Wash , are guests at the Brooklyn  hotel.  Many a dollar is sent away to the  mail-order houses that could be spent  to much better advantage in local  stores.  If you are thinking of-building or  reqiiire building material of any kind  ���lumber, shingles, lime, brick���-call  on me for figures. Phone A 44. C.  A. Ross.  Mayor Bassett of Hartford Junction  was in town on Thursday. He is at  present superintending a contract for  the government and was here to confer  with the premier.  If. you are requiring any rough  lumber give M. Mclntyre a chance to  figure on it. He can furnish you with  better material at less money than any  outside competitor.  J. A. McMaster, proprietor of the  Union hotel, Eholt, and newly-elected  mayor of the Boundary railway centre,  was in town to see his old friend, the  premier, on Thursday.  Local members^ of the Fraternal  Order of Eagles formed a suprise party  at the home of their secretary, James  Weir, last Friday evening and presented  him with a l&ving cup.      ~* ,���  Frederic Shipman was in the city  Monday arranging for the appearance  in Phoenix opera house of J. VV. Ben-  gough, the cartoonist and versatile  entertainer. Mr. Bengoueh is just returning from, a tour of Australia and  New Zealand and this will be his fare  well tour of British Columbia. He will  be in Phoenix on Dec. 9th.  William Oxley held the lucky number and gathered in the $5 in gold at  the Union Theatre show on Wednesday evening; "The opera house was  well filled and the audience enjoyed a  good entertainment. A good line of  moving pictures are being offered patrons. NextHVednesday new features  will be offered in the way of an apple-  eating contest, shoe-lacing contest, and  other contests for boys, while free gold  offer will again hold good.  The CasselsPercival concert company gave a splendid entertainment in  the opera house Thursday evening,  which was the first of the Star concert  course. Miss Cassels possesses a rich  contralto voice and her numbers were  well received ; Miss Fenwick delighted  the audience with her violin selections  while Mr. Percival is in the front rank  as a magician. "Captain Huntingdon,"  a sketch, made an artistic finish to a  refined program.  Tuesday, was King Edward's birthday.  Ask .for oyster cocktails at the  Brooklyn.  For sale, good coal heater ; apply at  Pioneer office.  John Mcintosh of Rossland was in  town yesterday.  The Phoenix steam laundry quit  business Inst week.  Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Bcyd of Denver are guests at the Brooklyn.  Ladies dress goods; the finest selection in the city at R. Horrell's.  Miss Mary Biner returned Wednesday from a short visit to Spokane.  Mrs. P. Meachaum went to Spokane  on Wednesday on a visit to friends.  Harry Pleasance was up from Green  wood this week calling on old friends.  Dan. and Victoi Bmer have been  out shooting deer on the West Fork  this week.  . John D. McKay returned to town  this week after spending the summer in  Ymir district.  Born���In Phoenix, on Saturday,  Nov. .6th, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles  Ingar, a daughter.  For sale���Three-seated sleigh in  good condition. Apply John Lang,  New York Townsite.  Mr. and Mrs V. Biner ofLethbridge,  Alta.,' are on a visit to the former's  parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Biner.  Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully refreshing for Bath or "Toilet. For washing  underclothing it is unequalled. Cleanses  arid rifles.'  There's two things to consider in  printing���material and workmanship  ���get both and you get satisfaction in  the Pioneer.  H. C. Miles and P. Meachaum, who  have been conducting the Phoenix  steam laundry for the past year, left  yesterday for Spokane.  Mrs. Hugh Uurquhart and Miss  Urquhart of Vancouver left on Wed  nesday after a visit with Mr. and Mrs.  J. T. Hawthorn.  Lack of a quorum of aldermen being  present at the meeting of the city  council Wednesday e\ening, the regular  session was postponed for a week.  The Great Northern announces a  rate of $7.20 return to Spokane for  the National .Apple show. Tickets on  sale Nov. 13 to 19 j good to return till  Nov. 25.  Was it' insured? Everybody asks'  this question after a fire. If you have  no insurance on your house or furniture  or stock, don't put off taking out a  policy till after a fire has occurred.  D. J. Matheson represents the strongest  companies in the world. Rates moderate.    See him.  Children have become very active in  the use of Second avenue hill for a  pleasure slide. The danger of. sleigh-  riding on this hill, crossing the main  thoroughfare of the city, can hardly be  over estimated and prompt action must  be taken or a serious accident is imminent. While the authorities do not  wish to interfere with the full enjoyment of the children, they request that  parents direct their children to the  hospital hill, or some other point of  safety, for sleighriding. We hope  parents will take the hint and thus pre  vent further annoyance.  A Scientific Wonder  The Secret of a Famous Healing Balm  Invest  in  North  Vancouver  Inside Lots  Let me show You where  $500 Invested Now will  double itself in Twelve  Months.  North Vancover is destined  to be the Brookly of the Pacific  coast. I am offering choice  lots two-and-a-half blocks east  of the Grand Boulevard, close  to electric line, supplied with  city water and all other conveniences. This property is  within the one-mile circle  which must in the very near  future be the centre of the  great residential district. It  is now growing rapidly and  many lots in this section of  the city have advanced from  $2500 to $3750  within the past two months.  The rediscovery of a secret that has  lain hidden in the dust of 20 centuries  is an event full of fascinating interest,  and the story of Zam Buk, the world-  famed first aid and skin cure will  always enlist attention, Zam-Buk is  the virtual descendant of those wonderful and mysterious herbal balms by  which the manly athletes of Ancient  Greece and the stalwart gladiators of  Rome, ensured the healthiness and  ready-healing of their skin.  Many are the attempts that were  made to produce a perfect balm for  the skin, but only in Zam Buk has the  ideal been realized. Since its discovery  Zam-Buk has been welcomed in mansion and cottage, and the people of  two hemispheres realized that they  have been placed in possession of an  absolutely unique cure for sKin complaints. -  The reasons for this triumph of  science are simple and few. Taking a  lesson from the ancients, the proprie  tors of Zam-Buk first of all wisely decided that the ideal balm must be  purely herbal; and contain not the  slightest trace of rancid animal fats or  poisonous minerals; Thus Zam-Buk  is made from rich and pure essences  obtained-from certain rare medicinal  herbs. These juices and extracts are  prepared and refined by ingenious  scientific processes and then so slcil  fully blended that a unique, effective,  and yet perfectly natural preparation  for disease is secured.  Zam-Buk has an affinity for the  human skin such as no ordinary ointment or linament can possibly possess.  Besides soothing 'pain and allaying  irritation, it possesses unique antiseptic  and germicidal qualities which virtually  chase disease germs out of their hiding-  places in the skin tissues ; at. the same  timeitpurifies ihe pores and invigorates  the natural functions of the skin in a  way that no oiberpaeparation can.  Zani Buk solves in a perfect manner  TRe^probleiri or; always navin^ imndy  at home or at one's work a reliable  first-aid for cuts, burns, scalds, bruises,  lacerations, scratches, etc. Zam-Buk  is without equal for eczema, ulcers,  piles, bad leg, ringworm, scalp sores,  festering sores, sprains, stiffness, poisoned wounds of all kinds, face sores,  chafing, chapped hands, cold sores,  frost-bites, sore feet, diseased ankles,  and all itching, irritation, and inflammation.  Zam-Buk is a daily need in every  household and is sold by all druggists  and stores at fifty cents a box. Refuse  harmful and dangerous substitutes  sometimes "pushed" as being "just as  good,"..-'-  PHOENIX    OPERA    HOUSE  1  Thursday, Nov, 18  NOTICE.  In the matter of the Land "Registry  Act and in the matter of the Title to  Lot 22 and part of lot 21, block 11, map  59, Town of Phoenix..  Wuekeas the certificate of Title to  the above 'hereditaments being certificate No 4827A in the name of Petty  Larson ban been lost or destroyed and  application;has been made to me for  duplicate therof  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,  a duplicate certificate of title lo th*above  hereditaments will be'issued at the expiration of one month from the date of  the firet. publication hereof, unless in the  meantime valid objection to the contrary  is made to me in writing.  W. H. EDMONDS,  District Registrar  Land Registry Office,  Kamloops, B.C ,  Nov. 3rd, 1909  f  and her Metropolitan Company  THIS IS YOUR  ARTLEY  .    WATCHHAKER AND OPTICIAN  Lower JT6wri, Phoenix  OPPORTUNITY  in  ETHEL BARRIMORE'S  GREAT LONDON AND  NEW YORK SUCCESS  COWING TO PHOENIX  J.  Cartoonist and  EnfeHalner  The Store where You get 100 Cents in Value  for Every Dollar.  to get in on a proposition  whith will guarantee quick  and big returns. I have only  a few of these lots left. Call  at the King's Hotel, and let  me give you full details. Easy  terms or cash discount.  cous  KING'S HOTEL  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA  TE  A ffrnhi    ��irTT  .���ui-���TJ_._f  ON HIS   FAREWELL TOUR  THE MOST PRETEN-  TIOUS EVENT OF  THE SEASONS ^ &  Reserved Seats on Sale at T. Brown's  COPPER  The New Edition of the  COPPER HANDBOOK  Vol. VIII. insued May, 1909, contains  1500 pages, with nearly 60 per cent,  mdrematter than the preceding edition.  The chapters .with mine descriptions and  on statistics have been carefully revised  and the bulk of the matter therein is  ENTIRELY NEW  There are 25 chapters,  EVERYBODY ENJOYS  ���A CUP OF-  Sold only in sealed lead packets  At all Grocers.  40c, 50c and 60c per pound  -ii-  Here's a Hint!  GOOD CREAM OR MILK, such as the PHOKN1X DAIRY BRAN'D, j9  the basis of a templing meal. Il makes everything taste bettor. Try ii���  and you'll always buy it.    All milk ia auivutcd before being Hold.  W. A. MCKAY & .SONS,  Dhl.tVKKICIJ   TO   A I.I.   P.MITK   01'  TIIK   ClTY  D. J. Matheson  3it0urai.ee Hacnt  KIRK.       I.JKK  AMI  A.CCM>KNT.  1'IUKI.ITV     BONOS.  COMMISSIOXHH    FOR    TAKING  ��� PliATK  AFFIDAVIT*  OI.AMN  PITOjSNIX.   B.C.  The P  loneer  for Fin? C  ofttttiercial  H BOOKS AND MAGAZINES  Days a growin' leaner; interest in readin' keener-  Ws say buy a book���then  hunt a quiet nook-  Lots of satisfaction.  Newest Copyrights and latest  Magazines always  Also Daily papers..  in stock.  McRAE BROS.  SCHOOL BOOKS  STATIONERY  CONFECTIONERY  |     THE KING'S HOTEL  ��� "The Pride of the Boundary,"  ��� PHOENIX, B. O."  ��� Newly renovated and newly furnished, modern  in Appointments and  ��� centrally   located,   culinery   department   par  excellence    and    Bar  ��� .stocked with choicest liquors  and   cigars, the King's is headquarters  ��� for travellers.    Bus meets all trains.    Commodious sample rooms.  ��� '���  ��� The King's Grill  ��� Short   Ordtr   Meals  served   in   the   King's  GRILL   at all  hours.  ��� E. P. SHEA, Proprietor W; R. WILLIAMS, Manager  Household Laundry Work  A multitude of household worries are overcome by having your  Laundrying done at the Reeo Laundry.   ;'.".' ....... . ��� ���  ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  Htllo!  A io  Reco Laundrv  THE  EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK  Employs a system which makes it  it easy for its out-of-town depositors  to    open     accounts     and     transact  business   by   mail   with   any ..of  its  M���ElflftY.  DETAILED  INFORMATION  FURNISHED  ON   REQUEST.  Vw..  THE  "STAIILIHIIHD  THE MOST  PAPER   IN  IN      1 H I) 11.  PRACTICAL  MINERS'  THE   WORLD  & s&


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