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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Nov 20, 1909

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 AND   BOUNDARY  MINING  Tksth  Vkak  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBlXv, SATTJRDAY, NOVEMBER/20^ ��909  I   -! ���  IS  NOW ON  AT  e  re  FOR PEN  *;,.-���*, .���������> ' v  .'.1 >     -. >  Fleece Lined Underwear; 7��c each ���&���.<%  Penman's Wool Underwear* 95c each  All-Wool Sox, heavy, 4 pair for^^OQ  Black Jersey Shittsr $L00  Lined Gloves and Mitts, 75c v  Fancy Sweaters from $ \ .25 to $3.50  Men's Rubbers in one, two, and three  buckle or lacedHn all sizes  Men's;Suits, $10, $12 and $15  ���y(  These ore just a fe\y of the Specials  Our Stock is most Gc^plete in all lines  13     0.  :'if�� ARfi NOT* SELLING OUT  YOUR  GREDfr IS  GOOD  MlRIN, THOMPSON SCO.  WE HAVE A COMPLETE  STOCK  PRICES PROM  You Will be Lose* If YOU  DO NOT EXAMINE OUR  LINE BEFORE  PURCHASING   RESUMPTION  OF DIVIDENDS  By Granby Company  :v,..f    Expected  When Directors  Meet  in December  Early  The next meeting of the directors of  the'Granby Consolidated takes place  irrNew York on December 7, when.it  Is not unlikely that dividends will be  resumed. The last dividend was paid  in December, 1908.       ;'.���,-,        ;  The company is turning out at the  rgte of 35,000,000 pounds of copper  per year, and costs which last year  averaged ten cents" per pound, should  now be improved upon as the big expenditures in the enlarging 6( the plant  are practically at an end for the present;  A director of the company, according to the Boston News Bureau, says :  "oranby could  turn  copper out and  YEARLY PRODUCTION  ABOUT SI$ MILLIONS  Record Outputot Consolidated  Smelter at Trail  The Consolidated Mining and Smelting company's smejfer at Trail con  tinu.es to show a gratifying increase in  its output. During the three months  ended Sept. 30, the prst quarter of the  company's fiscal ;yeir, the output of  the smelter was $i,6>8,58z, while the  returns for October'total $412,865,  which, makes the output of the smelter  for the four���montrjjs $1,881,447. an  amount whichis largely in excess of  that for the corresponding months of  last year. .       *  The figures for th$ past four months  bring the total otitpjit of the smelter  for the calendaf'year up to $974i447i  which, means that ,tbe total for the  twelvemonths ended Dec. 31, next,  on the same basisi should be close to  $6,000,000, if it dotes not reach that  amount, which would be by all odds  the largest return fr$m the smelter for  any: year since it|commenced; opera-  tions. The company's year, it may be  said^ ends oni^une 30, and^ for' the  last year ending oh that date the output of the smelter ���was the largest in  the history of the irisfjtution, amounting  to $5,506,000.       .:]...  PRODUCES RED  METAL AT 8.8c.  * - -  B. G Copper's Returns  for October  Earnings f|>r the fMonth were  Approximately $38,000  effect, but is rather straining every  effort to lower its costs to a permanent  level without detrimental effect upon  the property.     '     * ''���  At the present time Granby could,  pay $4 per share, and at the same  time add <$3 per .share to treasury cash.  The manner in which the shares are  held is best seen in the fact that during  the period when there were no dividends, transactions were, exceedingly  light, and the price did not drop under  $90.   :   -    ���;,.'.'":.'���::���'.-._.,'  lay it down in New York for less than  five cents per pound, but I would not Jeanne Rywell H����|rdo��d Coai|pa��y  give much for,the property after two or '-Cousin Kate,"'as..! presented in the  three; years under such operation." opera house Thursday evening by the  The management is not striving to Jeanne Russell cooitiany, was byi, far  make low record costs for stock market the best performance Phoenix theatregoers have had ah opportunity of at;  tending for a long tifne. The company  was of distinct merit; and with artistic  staging a sparkling society- comedy de  lighted a large and ^appreciative audi  encc. :,[���;  \ The entire play -afforded splendid  scope for diamatic ability, Miss Jeanne  Rmsell starring brilliantly in the leading  role,, while Miss Matthews, as Amy  Spencer, acted a difficult part t to a  nicety. Mr. Brandon, the hero, proved  an adf-pt at lo '������e;makjhg. Douglas Ross  was a curate of versatile qualifications,  appearing to equal f advantage as a  ."sanctimonious" lover in the play, and  as a violinist, vocalist and whole orchestra between acts'...  On Friday evening the same company presented "Sunday," % mining  camp romance, with equal success to a  large audience.      .  Boundary Mining Notes  A despatch from New York quotes  Newman Erb; president of the British  Columbia Copper company, as Stating  that the company's ; profits for the  month of October,-partly estimated,  :were approximately $38,000. Including selling and other charges the cost  was 8.8 cents.   ���-.:_::: .;  In April of the present year the  company produced copper at a traction  less than eight cents. f-;        ��������� /^/V-,  Henry; H.Melyille,; who has been  connected with the Dominion Copper  company-:for^years, has, resigned.as  director of .the-, reorganized company,  the New Dominion Copper company.  His placeis-taken by- F; L. Sommer,  vice-president:ahd director ot the British Columbia Coppercompany.  There0ar*:-nowv three British Columbia directors oh the ;New Dominion  board, they being Adolph Lewisohn,  Newman. Erb, and F, L.,;Sommer,  Julius Lewiso-n- has been added to  the Ne.w' Dominion board and has  also been elected president of the corporation. '" ���'/,'��� ������'���' !"     '".''.  The shares of the i New ' Dominion  Copper Co. which were acquired -by,  the British CoJumbiaCppper/Co. and  which carried control averaged the  purchasing corporation about $3-5��'��  share. Treasury stock of the British  Columbia' Co;t-was issued to effect the  transaction. ���      ;     ; -,- -;  GOOD PROGRESS BEING  MAtoE ON NEW LINE  IT wo Miles Cleared and Rock  ;        Excavating^ Started ���  ; \V. P. Tierney, head of the firm of I  W. P.1' Tierney & Co., railway contractors in charge 1 of the (construction";of  the Canadian Pacific spur from Phoe-:  hix to Wellington camp, was in town-  from Nelson on Thursday and yesterday inspected the work'being done on  the.new .line.!,. "'���..���.���..:������,���., ���'������'.: ���,-:���;:������'  i Mn Tierney, said he was well pleased  with the progress which had been  made to date. Two miles of the roadway'has been cleared and rock excavating started on both ends of the route;  if the weather remains, favorable; he  expects we will see trains of ore passing over the new line from Wellington  camp'by the first of February,  i J. /B. Tierney; who is overseeine; the  workrjwith. headquarters, at: the Winni  peg mint;,.states that he., .is- putting to  work every man asking for employment.  Another camp will be constructed next  week.   '" l  ��<--t>->   :'    ���������..���������''������'      ':   <  '  mm  JPart  of Billip^Dbllar  .���;G0mK^;/.;.::;^^  '������':������ Yi:'*  The force at the Oro Denoro'"/has  been reduced and the shipments curtailed.       '.;   '. ..;-. v  The mtlltbuilding at the Jewel mine  is now about completed and the ��� installing  of  a slimes process plant! is  under-way;"'  /"���  '.   -   -���.,���..-'"    . ���^--r''  A 1'bo horse power steam and air  compressor plant will' shortly/: be installed at the Fife mines. Foundations  and. buildings are now being constructed. ������.���,.-.���..-���..,  The Victoria shaft at Granby mines,  which was out of commission for about  two weeks as result/of the -breaking of  a targe wheel, is again in full operation.  The wheel arrived Wednesday and in a  few hours was.yi position.  The Hedley Gold Mining:' company  is to add a steam plant to its water  power, plant arid,;with the hydro-steam  power, it expects'/that it will not be  necessary to shufdqwn when water is  scarce, as in past years. The air compressor plant will also be equipped for  hydro-steam power. The severe weather  of a few days ago interfered with operations slightly, but the.mill is again  running as usual.  -' The shipments of 30,577 tons from  Granby mines last week were not only  remarkable in being the record tonnage  of ore from the property in a single  week, but furnishes a splendid illustra-  Local and General  rioruaie Nlelnen    ,        .,  j To, loyer> of  the drama. Hortense  Nielsen's engagement-"here next Tuesday will be of more than usual interest.  She   will; appear- in Henrtk. Ibsen's  masterpiece,;'^ Doll's House,", which:  has caused,more wide spread discussion  than all of Ibsen's plays;    ''A Doll's  House" is perhaps the most human  and appealing.    The stofy* of the'hu's-'  Band who makes his wife a plaything  and   a child,, .whose .selfish   egotism  allows him only.-to see the danger for  h'imself when he" finds that the' deception she has committed for himself may  bring the fimily into .disgrace,  is one  of absorbing interest.;,: HortenseNieU  sen" is "said" "to" play,' NpRtisublimely  S^he is physically the doll;-wife in ap  p^earance and her% development ��� of 'the  role from the/lighter -scenesjof the first  a|ct to the tremendously: dramatic'situations of the play/ closes ;)with: so'fine  a; piece of acting; that! NewjZYorkc-and  Chicago refuse;  to   allow\ "A.. Doll's  Houses to., be., withdrawn. ; No. other  actors have ever offered it in this coiin-  The Dk. ��� MirktBiin  0. B. Smith, Dr. Dickson, M,  Cranley, G. Ellis,rp;-r Boyles and \V.  X. McDonald hied themselves to  Christena lake on Saturday for a few  days' shoot. The Doc. is credited with  having lead the bunch in shooting and  supplied the banquet table with grouse  and duck. It is reported they will  how indulge in target practice.  Rev. Mr. Hiiberi Relates '  Rev. R. W. Hibhert and his bride  arrived in Phoenix Saturday evening  after spending several weeks with the  former's parents in Nova Scotia and  was warmly welcomed by members of  the Methodist church, of which he is  the popular pastor. During his absence the congregation purchased the  residence formerly occupied by R.  Silverthorn, on Old Ironsides avenue,  and have furnished it for a parsonage.  Mr. Hibbert occupied;v the pulpit in  the Methodist church Sunday evening.  Pythian Sisters Entertain  The Pythian Sisters'held a very enjoyable basket social in the Knights of  Phythias hall on Friday evening last  week.    The early part of the  evening  The B.C. Copper 1 smelter treated  '11,640 tons of ore this week,. 10.806  from Mother Lode and 834 from other  properties.       '"'."    r  Rev."'rvM. D. McKee, recently of  Greenwood,  will  be the-Frcabytcmn  try for' more "than a few successive per-  tormances.      ��� ^  \ Norval MacGregbr, ' Miss \Hortense  Nielsen's main;support, holds- the distinction of having, played ,|n; more  countries than /generally fella to the  lpt of"trie'Average, actor. He has re  doiv��d the pTaise^oLthe orec^and-.'.the  i..ui:��; ���-����� nnlo 5n ����rit:if!al  New-Voile.  rm  oe ����=  - ''"'J'7"7* Voublic :not��nly in/critical NewYdirk,,  pastor in G^d'Forksipr the next ��4^,^^^ ^^c^^^^  months. -----     - -  . 1 English critics,in the/:Oriehta| coun-l  How Mtaing W*n^g^rd C^n-  1 u nection of Local Producer "yU  i,,;" "''���"���':y/: ���������^^-ttV-^''���������%''''"Vrtis*'' ���  ���"-"    r] ���"'���'���'    "������    --"'.^''���!"/;, ������'-�� '-^/'  ���  ;  That,the Granby mining and;;smejlt^  ing j,roperties in tHefdopper disttict;;'br  British Columbia have hecom���1a(;fa'cti>f'  in' the $r,000,000,000 copper "merger'  rpanipulated by J.'P.  Morgan: 4i; <2<��(;.'  of |New York is<; believed ������general.iy.ril'n i  local mining circles, says .the, Spokesman-Review.   The announcement tljdt ,  the   Morgan  interests^ are Jorcing'-^a1,  $1,000,000,000-combine to ihclude'thje,'  entire Guggenheim holdings, the Arrial-,1  gamated' Copper, iPhelps-D.odgeji and./  the Standard Oil  intereUs -, has ,been  'taken sieriously, and the recent'rise in '���  Granby stock'from 95 to i'6'i is looked .  upon as almost positive prodf^.-'that'fh'e/'.  Granby iproperties,tc6htroUed:'by/*the;y  United Metal Selling company;of [New;/  York, are to (be ^aken into the combine.  i Meager details of secret transac'tions-  ihBostonj where the1 stocks are'listed''/  indicate that the deal has been1 made."'  Local men interested in the : properties  deny that the. Granny ^.stqckjjisj,cony,'  cerned   in... the  merger, .predicted.ifby.:v  Thomas C., Shotwell, ,cne ,of the. 'fore-,'''  most financial writers 'of America.'- Jju!  ; Granby prbpercy,Y including mines'at J  Phoenix and a smelter, second largest  on the continent; have a marked value  df $r5iOob,oo6j but it is believetl.rthafc;i  the price paid or to  be; spaid,,iby, -the; j  rpanipulators. of   the  ^i.ooo.opOjOp^^j  ^merger is' much in excess of this figare! .  '> i What; is" regarded 'as  one !qf" tfee/'  principal' indications'���'���. of 'th'fri:Gran6y '  merger/is ther interest; which ' has -been h  taken in Granby stock.-during.;the) last*,  f0w days by, local mining, investors.(-,-.It....  is understood that several ideal invesl ���  ���tbrs haVe'bought1 stock iri; the' Gr'ah'b'y';'  mine, in the belief that the stock would '  spar'when the J.; P.1 Morgan icompany,;>  began to acquire it.jv ThejjStoclcjbegarj v  to rise a week ago,and closed , at,5,101 ^,  bid yesterday.   lion of the possible   shipping  capacity  was spent at whist, ���*hich*"l���*  of the bigproducer.   The above record  about eighty contestants.    At the con-  was made with the main outlet of the  property, the Victoria shaft, out of  commission. In oilier words the three  outlets maintained a daily output of  about 4,375 tons, so that with the  Victoria also operating Granby could  ship close to 6000 -tons a, day if required.  elusion of a dozen games Mrs. R; K.  Morrison and A. Ccok held the high  scores and carried off the; leading  trophies, while Mrs. A. D. McKenzie  and J. Thompson secured the consolation prizes. Werner's orchestra furnished music for dancing which followed lunch.  Collin^  Telephone  We have a limited amount of  this stock m 25-share  lots selling it for just half the price others are asking.  WE GUARANTEE DELIVERY.  For further information see  H. W. SHARP, at the Brooklyn Hotel,  or write  SHARPS IRVINE CO.��  PAULSON BLDG.  WASH  I N. Acres, who/has been local C.P.  R. night operator, has been transferred  to Fisherman, and Robert Vise is now  chief.clerk at the depot.  . The city council held a regular  session on Wednesday evening, when  the amended license bylaw received its  first reading.'  Hugh Cameron, an old-timer of camp  McKinney, died on the 12th inst.,  aged 69 years. Deceased is said to  have left about $100,000 to relatives.  Dan Paterson, the Liberal candidate, and J. E. Thompson returned  Thursday after holding political meetings in the eastern part of the, riding.  " A load of wood belonging to Mc-  Elroy Bros, come in contact with a Hill  locomotive, west of the town Thursday  evening; the engine secured right-of-  way.  Greenwood had zero weather "on  Sunday last; the thermometer regisr-  tered six degrees above zero in Phoenix,  which is a record fur so early Jin the  year.  Geo. E. Cole, formerly of Phoenix,  writes to have the Pioneer forwarded  to him at Gow Ganda, and enquires if  Jim Church is the. Tory candidate in  Grand Forks riding.  Rev. S. Lundie, J. McRae and H.  Matthews returned last week from a  shooting expedition on the West Fork,  bringing four deer for the venison  supper Thursday evening.  Ralph Gilbert, who has spent the  summer near Port Dover, Alaska, arrived in town Tuesday to spend a few  days with old pals. He reports having  enjoyed life in the northern clime  although he states that rain has fallen  steadily for two weeks at a time. He  is now on his way to spend the winter  at his old home at Garnet, Kansas, and  purposes returning to Alaska in the  spring.  The venison supper served by the  Ladies' Aid of the Presbyterian church  on Thursday evening in the Miners'  Union banquet hall drew a large number of citizens. The venison had been  splendidly prepared and, being tender,  was relished by many game-hungry  citizens, while other edible delicacies  prepared by the ladies wers also enjoyed. The supper was in every way  a success.  A. W. Wright of the Wright Investment company was in town from  Nelson yesterday calling on former  purchasers of coast real estate from  him, giving them the pleasing information that all the property had advanced 100%. Mr. Wright is manager of a new trust company which  is being incorporated at Nelson -for  the purpose of dealing in British Col  1 umbia lands. He will probably go to  I England and interest capital.  tries have compared him favorably with  their great English actors. He ' has  run the whole gaumet in Shakespearian  drama and holds the distinction of  having played in five Ibsen plays and  originated two of the leading roles in  this, country. He has received very  flattering notices for his performance of  Torvold Helmer in "A Doll's House,"  Colonel Swartz in Sudermann's Mag-  da," Pastor Mandus -.- hr Ibsen's I  '���Ghosts" and the Prince in "MannaI  Vann" has been pronounced the ,best  that has been given in this country.  Socialists Address Meeting  , The opera house was.. crowded on  Saturday night to hear John Mclnnis,  socialist. candidate in Grand Forks  riding, and Mr. Fitzgerald, a Socialist  orator from New Zealand. Mr. Mclnnis criticized the Bride government's  record generally, and particularly its  alleged administration in. favor of the  working man. Mr. Fitzgerald gave a  resume of Socialism and dealt briefly  with the railway policy of Premier Mc-  Bride.  interested in the properties;idenie<3t'lasr.  night that any merger- proposal: had  been made. .  Nov  10, '09    RJ  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE. ��  ,^"K%tfWSraS5S^!*^  Mink.  I Granby Mlnei...  Sribwinoe   1 Phoenix Am��l���  I B. C Copper Co.  pother Lode....  B. C. Mine......  Kmma   Oro Denoro....  I Sounie Belle   |Dom. Cop. Co....  Br'klyn-Stem.  Idaho   Rawhide   Sunaet-   Mountn Role.  Athclitan   Morrison -  R. Bell   I Senator.   1 Brey Fogle...   No. 37   I Reliance.....   1 Sulphur King....  Winnipeg ���  I Golden Crown...  1 King Solomon..  3ig Copper   I No. 7 Mine   1 City of Fang   Jewel -  I Riverside-   iCarml   Sally   1 Rambler ���  I Butcher Boy   Duncan   J Providence   JEUcharn   'Strathmoie   I Golden Eagle..-  j Preaton   Prince Henry ...  I Skylark .....  I Latt Chance   B. P. D. Mine...  I Bay   Mavla -  Don Pedro   ICreacent -  Bruce   Republic ���  I Miocellaneoua  I9oi       190J       i*>S  aji.7*' 309.858 393.711  1.731    ��o,8oo   71.��"  1904       19��S  S49.70J 65J.8S9  1906         to<>7        '9��* i1***  801JO4 6��3.��7 loaS,747 9oS.459  M* 13I.0S1      *S,��36 155.570                MS  1901   raaj.  Pa��t .  Week I  39.59�� I  4.110  99,034 141.336  47.405    M.811  650     8,530  I3*.079  19.365  M.937  15.537  174,198 147.57��  .37.960  16,400  9.485  3.007  JJ.350    55-73"  80a     7.455    ��5.73��  55��  1,040  "875  " "665  2,3O0  350  150  560  5.646  3.339  "'763  3.070  3.��o  1./59  4.586  3.450  33a  364  33  785  615  483  1,060  890  319  3,415  35. ">f  3.056  4,747  1.833  33  150  104,900  1488  11,804  '  3-'77  30  140.685  3.960  36.033  48J9O  3.555  308^31  1.7"  18.374  14.481  311.899   383,957     9./68 j  66,630      '7.353        3001  43.395  13.353  64.173  3L370  31.358  "649  5.78o  0,740  3,K>3  53��  120  993  400  3.53��  J35  167  500  79  7*6  3>5  3��  60  75"  ...30  145  7.0  '50  68Q  ;55  73  20  40  90  30  SOO  586  -52  106  76  1140  40  140  20  15  589  45  90  "��5  108  40  Too  to  125  330  334  30  0  ft  n  *v  h^  w  j  'ft * t *H^4J  If'  IT  rl* )  V  ft ^ W.V'J  /(<��  Pheeals on Leilhbridie Clrcalt    - :  Mr. Brandon announces that it is,,  the iriteniibn  of the Jeanne -Kussell '������'  company,-which gave���'��� such  eicelferit'������"!  shows in ithe opera ^ ho ise ^ Thursday <  and Friday evening, to form a, joint)  stockrcompany.;for the production -of  highclass   comedy   plays,  with  head- .  quarters' at Lethhridge, arid1 that tHey  purpose visiting Phoenix - several times ;  dnring the winter. s  Qood Pictures Shows  A particularly good line of moving :  pictures was a feature of the Union  Theatre show on Wednesday evening;  Miss Etta Murray held the lucky number   and  secured the $5  gold prize.' '  The  apple-eating contest  was an etf- '  citing contest in which four  boys participated and  resulted in a draw and a .  division of the money.    There will be .  rio show next week.  'tu  'i*H  m  ^ if "^k%fl  A* mi  4%  ���**  i-k  V  1 !  53  20  310  Smelter treatment���         .���..���.���, Mi ��6asa 687.988 838,879   637,626  Granby Co..--    330.838   jiajjo 4��.9�� 596.J       7.8^ J4195,  B.C.CopperCo.    117.611 W.eooiM.ws ai"^4   gj ^ jig gn     l$iA39  Dom. Cop. Co..  W37J44 895.035  304,850 374,543  26 040  11.640  j Total reduced-  .^,���        1,340 401,921 596,252 687,988  117.611 148,600 162.913 110^84 110 83a  ... 133,570       *������ ���>"��  '52S5JK52Sa5iSasaSHSZ5c^5?52S2S2S?^^       133,570   30,930   81,059     2ig,8n     153.439   "aa.'oSfi  J484.VJ 460,940697^04837,665933,877 l.173r��30 1,133,017 :,359.o6o  mm^MsmmMmMM N  'I'  fil  S'fl1  1,  )  > '  I  .1  HI*  r  I  i::  K  i ���  PHCmX PIONfeER,, PHOENIX. B.3.  The Phoenix Pioneer  Aai Boemfauy VUatag Joan*!*  i ����� satwaoavs a* tu  FIONJBBK PUBLISHING CO.  ***w)0*anx.a.c.  Mtaaa&efa rMmr. ��o- ��S-  ^l^^^tfM^ M^ ���% ���  miijaa ���nmwi tm *����*����*�� i  rwiw.  Tat)�� Ofted **���*����. I  �����*�������������������"�������"����������  T. ACrHCO LOVE. Ma����u��  (EBSiaf'.risaisS'  '-ri��  W%<\ }  Saturday, Novembk* jo, 1909  house  Speaking'in: Phoenix^ opera^ he  last week HonC W. J. Bowser appealed  to local voters to elect Mr. Miller because the government of which he  (Mr. Bowser) was attorney-general  would give assistance to a constituency  represented by a government supporter  when it wouldn't to a constituency  represented by an opposition member.  In the' words of Hon. R. I~ Borden,  leader of, the Conservative party of  Canada, "Isn't that a high ideal of  Doblic trusteeship? Are these men  yov masters, and do they give this  money as favors, or are they public  trustees,, who, dwbibute.'.your ,��nooejr  jtatt^.rrecly if,you- send a .member to  oppose- them' as if one goes to join  tlieir ranks?"  The ideals of the attorney-general  oT&e; Britih Crfum^.Omservsiives  and.JdM ideals of .the .Doiainion .Coo*  servatives are evidentally far- removed.  What more'direct bribe could a minister  oftbe McBride government offer than  that which, Mr. i Bowser held out to  the voters of;Phoenix? .  k.  >fi  JTbe ]vninipeg.,FreeiP��Mt,m,,.an  editoriaVpoints out that the Perpetual  Cc��wlJa��ted (Debenture stock of the  Cs��iaW.;Nc*&ern   railwiiyV which  fo��f,million dollars, is, ,secured_by;#  ^ascead mortgage on the entire system,  w&t-the'lurtfaer provision that the Out-  ad%n Nprthern  cannot give, a first  ���WWU ^Wr������>����,��} **?���� of.  fifteen thousand dollars -per,, mile. ,.-. It  qoctesas its'authority-the last London  Stock Batfiarige1 Year Book, which  mys that ^debenture stock, which  A strike of free gold has been made  on the Harold & Winnie property,  near Erie.  ..  The Canadian Marble Works at  Nelson is how opeHtTSjfarioirce of 75  men and shipping 10 to 1a cars ol  Horst-class marble per week;  On the Echo group of; six claims, in  tbeCreston districtj a small, force is  now at work. The ore assays as high  as'$8o."  Rand Bros. ofVancouver.owhers of  the Dundee mine, Yimr, are to install  a compressor and.', power plant on that  property and drive a long tunnel to  tap the lead and upper' workings at  depth., '''.;. ].,'.'.., ,  .The Goal situation along the Crows  Nest Pass is becoming oetter as the  cold'weather approached There is,  however, a slight shortage of cars,  which is somewhat of a drawback.  The International company is shipping  about 2500 tons per day.  , An up-to-date steel tipple.is being  built by the McGillivray Creek Coal  Co., at Carbondale. The company is  now shipping 150 tons per day but is  installing a-plant to handle 6000 tons  per day when the long entry is cut  through. Substantial stone buildings  are being erected by the company for  machine shops and power plant J.  4L Cram takes the management of the  McGilliyray Co.'s property. L. A.  Campbell, of Rossland, manager West  Kootenay Power' & light Co., has  been made a director of the. company.  It is.,expectedx the output of this  company, by. the end of the year will  be nearly 1000 tons per day.  i ' ���  GOPHER TRUST  \   TO CX)NTOL OUTPUT  feffion    DvUm   Comknxuition  I   .      Befog.Formed  I New York, Nov! rf.���No definite  information could be obtained today of  the reported organization of ��, new  $100,000,000 corporation = to : control  tpe annual'output of approximately  800.600,000' pound of copper.' Nuni  ,erpus confetences^of copper interests,  rjoweW, hive been held' at the office  of J. P.��Morgah'&, Co. -< A world-wide  ^istributioa 3s said to be intended with  air is introduced into  the -Kootenay oven^throuirlra~  series of vents at tlie bottom  of tiie oven door; a^nd ttie  dooking^ fiiiiies carried out  throu^ another series of  v^ntsat the back of the oven.  (JLvrowB in  illustration^  show method^^^^  /r?of ventilation.) f ( <iem  *tr ^o air in the *  oven is always  kept pure. The  natural flavor  of   �� very  artiole i e  completely  retained  Everything  tastes most  delioioua  FREE  Booklet  on'request  and-J-.P^BfeRjan^Co. here.  subject to the 'Ontario' division" bonus  and to charges created^ or to be created  not exceedjng $7o,mo ^mHe^pf line  other than, the 387 miles in Ontario,or  parliament of0|ne.,DpminiQn.prM(tbe  legjUatares of any of -the provinces '-of  Canada"  F��5��S8fS7 "VjJi^ppo��e(rn����g�� " expected to  '����*eroi.Wiigr^ar ~he ^|jon to the copper industry  property and assets (other  than  land ' ^ thfe United'Sti,e, steel corporation  or money" subsidies) of the < company n��&��*�� the 8teel indust-  .NamedJn connection with the com  Bination^are the lAmalgamated, Gug  g��nbeinit'Phelps-Dodge, and Colerian  properties, with ttie'smeltingT and' sell-  tog toterests afnuated with them. In:  eluded, are'the, prominent lowt grade  properties in Nevada .and Utah,- including ^ the" Utah -Copper' company.'  Tnere'is no inclusion of tH��fCalumet  and Hecla. ^The Haggan interests  j^eru and the Rio Tinto properties in  Spain maybe taken in: . ��� %t , L  \ It was stated late today- that the  copper2 consolidation -would 'probably  be concluded some time before the end  qf^tbe-year. Ajdespatcl^from^Boston  stated that it was.,believed vthat< John  D.'. Ryan j'-j president of the Amalga-  matted Copper' company! would be  head ofthe 'combine/  tnejB> to^give. JJritish .Columbia a.mort:  gage for more than fifteen thousand  dollars a mile, while the additional  promised "charge �� upon -'tfi'e whole  system"'cannot>be!better<than a third  le.' ���  MflrV6te��, dprft" seltrt your vote; a"  miu3 isn't a man who does that* But  if jrou aje going to sell your, manhood  get every dollar you can for > it; then,  when' you -get your.-money,' treat the  skunk who gave it to you as'3 he deserves'and votc'as you think'right:" It  is mean~to~seU yoiir-vote: it is meatier  to sell your vote and-then vote against  your conscience.  ���MaaaaaaMamamaaatMBaaMaiaaaw  .The,Saturday Sunset's appreciation  of. a joke ^beautifully illustrated when  be'calls the Pioneer for not knowing  that it was a sixty-inch and not a sixty-  mile:coal ^earo .Bruce "had discovered  inljthe Similkameen.    If Bruce would  &ke a.-, look under his .hat  he might  ''iBsc^ver a still bigger searti.  True to its progressive spirit the  Cranbrook Herald is being issued three  times, a week during the election campaign.. F. J. Deane, formerly editor  of -the.,Nelson Daily News, is now  managing editor of the Herald.  According to the Winnipeg Commercial there never was a season when  almost everything worked together so  favorably as this fall.  The C.N.R. is being exploited in  this piovince as a political road���and  a political road it will likely be.  ^t is not too early to begin your  Christmas shopping and thus lessen  the5 rush of a few weeks hence.  t -   * .    < 11 *   i\   -. 1.  latffiis ThresUe Whltsa  -��~Y ancouver, - Nov. -. 12.���Telegrams  from Hazelton, to Premier McBride  today say .that women and children are  being sent in canoes' down the Skeena  to Prince Rupert, in view ofthe threatening attitude of the Indians. Police  reinforcements have been sent from  Prince Rupert by special steamer to  go,as far as possible by water and then  take' the land. The Indians volun  leered, the assurance that outgoing  canoes will not be molested.  The Saturday Sunmet is giving its  readers a return engagement of Bruce's  political somersatslts.  BstUtg $9,000 A Vssr frea Poetry  It is a  common   belief that poetry  doesn't pay.    Verse-making  is nowadays considered by most people as a  waste of time.    Magazine editors will  accept a few choice poems from  well-  known poets, but any  other aspiring  singers must perforce pay to have their  work put into type.    The spectactle of  a poet living on the proceeds from the  sale ot his verse is as rare as it is remarkable.     Vet  there is  actually in  Canada a young poet who  is  making  enough money annually from the sale  of a few poems to yield   him  an  extremely nice income.    It was only the  other day   that a cheque for $5,000  was mailed to Robert \V.  Service, the  ,poet of the Yukon, to  cover royalties  on his two books of verse, ''Songs of a  Sourdough," and "Ballads of a  Chee-  chako," for the  past  twelve  months.  Our other Canadian  poets  may well  look upon this achievement with envy  and despair.  FOR' SALE BY THE HUNTER-KENDRIOK CO.  aswiwt*  DEANE'S HOTEL  =2  3  DANNY DEANE, Proprietor.  II 3  A MAGNETIC   PROCESS  �������� �������� VslssMs Msthsd far ths Coaxantrt-  titf sf On  x Murex Magnetic Co., owners of a  patented process for the concentration  of tne values of ores. The process is  briefly explained as follows : A mixture of oil and finely ground magnetite,  or some other magnetic mineral, is  used to separate the mineral from the  gangue. The magnetic compound is  mized with the ore which is crushed to  the necessary size. The pulp is passed  under an electro-magnet, which extracts the particles of mineral that are  enveloped ^by., the   magnetic,,,, coating  ;|a test plant is to be erected for the  purpose of: ascertaining how well the  process is adapted to the treatment of  Kootenay ores. The tests will be exhaustive and thorough. It isprobable  thatsthe experimental plant will .-be-located in Rossland. Anumber of tests  hav^-alxeady *>��*n made of the process  in London with good results������-^  .- Tourist   Travel  ' C. E. McPherson, assistant general  passenger agent of the C.P.R, says:  "The volumne of passenger traffic is  one of the surest standards by which  to judge of financial conditions ' in a  country! By that standard, the whole  o'f Canada is enjoying prosperity, and  in western Canada particularly there is  a feeling of buoyancy,.due to the(good  harvest on the prairie,and to the excellent condition of business and in-  t  dustry."   Judicious advertising' is" the only real  way to "stir things   up."  Miliar; Nt��* WsaUi)  To the Editor of the Pioneer: .  Dear Sir,���Will you be good enough  to make public for" the information of  those interested in mining in your district that I shall be glad to receive particulars of progress made during 1909  at all mining properties.- What I wish  to he supplied with is information relative to development work done, plant  and machinery put in, ore production  (if any), surface improvements made,  transportation facilities provided, and  all other details showing the year's  progress. It will not be practicable  for me to visit all the mining camps  before preparing the several reviews  and summaries I have undertaken' to  supply early in December, so districts  can only have notice in proportion to  the particulars received. My reviews  will be given wide publicity, arrange-  menu to this end having already been  made, so I hope to receive from mining  men in your district the information requisite to allow of its being given due  prominence.  Communications should be addressed to me at Nelson, B.C., and to  be of most service should reach me by  25th inst, so as to allow of my incor-  'poratfng the informations sent in the  Reviews I shall have to prepare within  the next following ten day's. Thanking  you in advance for your kind assistance  in.the direction indicated, I am, Yours  truly, ''  1 '     *    E. Jacobs.  f Fine selection'of new suitings at Rj  Horre'll's.      '  Do You Feel This Way ?  Do 70a fad all tired ont? Do yon ���ometisics  think-yon; just can't'work away at your profession or trade any longer P Do yon have a poor apo-  tite,' and lay awake at nights unable to sleep ? Are  year nerves all gone, and your ttomach too P Has ambition to forge ahead in the world left you? If so, yon  t might as well pat a stop to yonr misery. You eon do it if  you will. Dr. Pierce's, Golden Medical Discovery will  make 70a a different individual. It will set your lazy liver  to work. It will set things right in your stomach, and  your appetite will came back. It will purify your blood.  If there is any tendency in your family toward consumption,  it will keep that dread destroyer away., Even after con*  sumption has almost gained a foothold In the form of a  fingering cough, bronchitis, or bleeding at the lungs, it ����3l bring about a  '���oreia 98 per cent, of all cases. It is a 'remedy prepared by Dr. R. V. Pierce,  of .Buffalo, N. Y., whose odvic* I* five* fre�� to all who wish tp write him. His  great-success has come from his wide experience and varied practice.  Doa't be wheedled by a penny-grabbing dealer into taking inferior substitutes-for Dr. Pierce's medicines, recommended to be "just as good." Dr.  Pierce's medicines are op known composition. Their every ingredient printed  en their wrappers. Made from roota without .alcohol. (Contain no habit-  forming drugs.   World's Dispensary Medical Association, Bsffalo, N. Y.  FINE  AILORED  ��SfUITS  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 thaij^ ordering from samples, because you see' what you are going to get.  Our new fashion plates enable us to suit  you in style as well as in fit.  ^.j^.j���^ ���. -  This �� the Largest and Newest Hotel in the city, heated by ^  hot water and well furnished throughout for the accommodation ^  ..5. of the public.    Everything  Neat, Clean and Up-to-Date.    Meals ^  f*    served at all hours, special attention being given the  Din.ngroom. ^  ��E             CenrraBy: Uc^^qW the Bridge, Fifth Street, PhoenU  STEAM HEATED.  ELECTRIC   LIGHTING.  TBLHfHONB   48  Si-     STEAM   HBATKU.    .   ...       ct-av-i^iv-   .--  -^���     ^  "-���"-* ��� mfi '-'���'"  The Only First-Class and Up-To-  Date Hotel in Phoenix. New  from cellar to roofl'i Best Sample  Robms.intheBoundary, Opposite  G,j& Efeppt Mfxiern Bathrooms.  SteMn-J^i u Heated  JAMES MARSHAL Prop. Phoenix. B.C.  I  ���NjM��H**aMa��NaiiSi  ai^ferrwdOci   Liqtior  Co,  We furnish the trade all over the   Boundary   with  the Choicest Imported and Domestic  Wines, lAwors and Cigars "?  As we ship direct in Carloads, we' can  make  the  prices right, and give prompt shipment.  J��. McOeath & Co.  GREENWOOD, B  C.  w~*-  (���'9  The Essential of Life  "One of-trie ''greatest things to make ���  the Home; happy is the food-which is:.  - provided'for thetable.  A tender steak from our prime  Beef will be just the thing required.  ! Pleasantness and "content will be  observed, all t'OUnd; .:'-.- " PhOM  2. ,  P. BIRNS a CO.. IT��.... PI6EMX, B.C.  UNDER NEW  MANAGEMENT  flRST-CLASS EQUIPMENT FOR L0N6 DRIVES, LI6HT  :'���; ORHEAVY TEAkilMC, 0RAYIN6, Etc., at Reason-  ���: -abla'Rates.      ;  ���"������'-���-      Wolilsi to Plena ted Selleit ea OBsarieiity.  DRY'WOOD IN ANY QUANTITY,  McEliroy Bros  j       (PHONE 34>  Phoenix, B.C.  iUL^ifll^  S?J?5 g^y  SPOKANE & RETURN  ACCOUNT  ~ ! !  Held in Spoltahe, Nov. i5tn to Nov. 20th. Tickets  will be oh sale Nov. 13th; to Npv. 19th, inclusive.  Final   return   limit    will    be    NbVEMBJSR    25th.  Wdich this space for Canadian and Old CountryI Holiday rates.  -   #. XJ Per&iis,' J^elti '���  Leave Phoenix, upper to^n, 9.36 a.m.l  ...."   ,      " lower town, 10.00 a.m. J- Standard Time  Leave  Greenwood      -        3.00 p. m. J  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  Phoemii Ob-wcb, With McRab Bbob., Kwob Hiu, Avk.  GILLIS & LA1NG, Proprietors  DRAYING  Of all kin��lH promptly apctxleil  to. Kapitl Express an<l Ba-jface  Transfer. Careful aitoiiiiortin a||  order*. Phone A65  JAHES Q. ricKEOWN  A. S. HGOp,  Fire, tlfe sad   Accldea  lavsrssee  Ocatrsl A|e�� '      "���  Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  TUCK  COLLINS  SHAVING PARLORS  AND     BATHROOM.  ^Vxt Door 10 McHae Bioa      ���  <Cnoh Mill  A��.tiue I HOKNIX, B. C.  Matrbeuf's Barter shop  LOWER; TOWN.  FOR    AN   EASY   SHAVE  AND STYLISH HAIRCUT  BATHS     IN  CONNECTION  KingEdWard Lodge, No.36  V'f.hdiI A. M.  '���������   .������        . ���.  ReRular comntunlcalinii R p. m. sn  osd Thursdajr or each moolb.  Kmersent meetlnga aacallcd:Ma��onli  Hall. McHalr Rloek.  V. M..SHBKBINO,  Sccrctarr.  O. D. TURNKR,  I. O. OJ R  8NOW8HOK LODGE No. ,t  Mccu c*crx Monday Kvenlnf at Mlnera' II��I  Vlaltlas hrrlkren cordially Invited.'  IohhC Tait, Nobl��(ir��ud  W. A. P1CKA��D. Fin Serv.  W.A.Cook. Record.   8��cy,  PHOEMX   AKHIB   NO   138  Meet, in Union Hal:  Friday CTenlqif,  Vlaiting;    brothttt  always welcome  J. Mclver, W, P.  C    MCASTOCKBa  W. Sac  K.ofP.tODGE.No.28i  ���PHOENiX, B.C.   Meets,every TcESDAY  Evswi.vo at 7.30   :  Sojourainc Brotbera Cordially  Welcomed.  F. C. GRAHAM ���  ��� a. of a. a.  R.H. Mccracken, c.c.  NOTIGB.  NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that,  thirty days after date, . I, Joseph J.  Bassi-tt, of Hartford Junction, B. C, ,  intertd to apply to the sapernit.endent of  provincial police, F. 8. Hnssey, ofjVic-  toria, for tbe renewal of a"retail "liquor  licence for the Hartford Hotel, at Hartford Junction, B.C.        !...'-'}'       %  Joseph J. Bassktt.  Hartford Junction, B.C.,  Oct. 11  1909.  TAKE NOTICE that I,-Johk- A. Mc-  Master, of Eholt, B. C, intend apply .  injt to the Superintendent of Provincial  Police at the . expiration of thirty days  from date hereof, for a renewal of my  hotel licence for the premises known as  the Union Hotel, at Eholt, B C.  Johm A. McMastkb.  Eholt, Oct. 11, 1909.  First-Class Fir and Tam-  arac Wood, $5 per cord  Pine Wood, $450 per cord  Pine Wood, double cut,  $6.00 per cord  Wood Delivered n Sfcort Notice.  Joiinsdii & A&det&oii  EDWAE^^S!  [^"���W^WZ V-^-r % '^i^f^th^:^t ���'���'^  T THOU  WEARY?  ���th'eri don't Wait till you get to  the "other side of J6rdan" before  getting a rest The sweet fields  of Eden are right here and Edwards has the kind of goods you  C':^iiee9.for'ibody''and'soul-satisfying  rest. He has the softest couches,  the easiest chairs and the roost  comfortable beds.��� beds with  springs arid mattresses: that relieve  the pressure on* every aching joint  when you are "all in." His house  furnishings* are hot only comfortable and easy but artistic���well  made and well finished���bought  from the best makers.  ,!''._'A N��iw SSaiptnieja*  , Edwards has just received a hew  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 warita your trade.  C' P ��� F?  ���     &    .0      Wan*? 5  PHOENIX PIONEER, PHOENIX, B.6   ----'^���r-���ny"^! -~"���^---'-���" ^��� -> ��� ���-'-��� --���������-���  rcfl^Me Grape Cream of  Tartar Baking Powder  The cream of tartar used In Dr. Price's Baking  Powder Is In the'exact lornt and composition in'  urblcb It oeeurs In the luscious, healtlifnl grape.  Improves the flavor  and adds to the Kealtli-  fulness of the fdod  So Alum      ^^^^m^^      ^fo lime  Prices  Cream  Powder  Trtollfaorat Policy  Railways  i.    Construction of rail ways urgently  needed in British Columbia aided by  .grants of cash or bonds and by exemp  ' tions from taxation for a period of ten  years   after   completion,    conditional  upon:   a;     Immediate    commence-  and  diligent  prosecution of the work  of   construction,     b.    The   effective  control of rates either  by  the Lieu  tenant-Governor  in   Council   or   the  Board of Railway Commissioners, and,  c.    The, payment, during construction  and  the period, of   exemption  from  taxation, to all mechanics, laborers or  other persons who perform  labor  in  construction or on maitenance or' in  operation, of such wages as are generally  accepted as current for competent white  workmen in the district in which the  work is being performed.  Timber  ; 2. Provision for the extension of  special timber licenses to be made by  the substitution for the present timber  licenses of licenses renewable from  year to year gi anted on the following  conditions: That rentals and royalties'  may be fixed from time to time: That  the licenses shall be held subject to  such regulations with regard to the  manner of cutting and the preservation  of the timber covered by licenses as  may be promulgated by the Lieutenant-  Governor in ..Council,...-c.    That agri-  District  Atlin.............  Alberni......   Cariboo      Csriboo ..........���  Chilljwack '���������'���   Como*" .:...���..���������,-  Cranbrook....... .  Cowichan ......  Columbia..........  Delta.........   Dewdney   Esquiraalt   Fernie :v:. .7..;:.;  Greenwood........  Grind Forks......  Islands .......���  Kans loops ........  Kaslo........;. ...  Lillooet   Nanaimo   Newcastle:   Nelson...   Okanajran   Revelstoke..,. ...  Richmond   Rossland....'   Saanicli ,...  Pimilkamcen   81ocan   Vancouver   Vancouver   Vancouver.   Vancouver/....   Vancorivef. "..������������������  Ylctoris'^V.'i.'iV.';.....  Victoria.............;.  Victoria.... ......  Victoria............������������  Westminster........  Yale .... ���  Yoiir .;   NOMINATIONS FOR PROVINCIAL ELECTION, NOV. 25  Socialist  Co��ieervative  Dr. H. E YoiiriK....,  Dr A. D. Morgan...  Dr. Callahan ........  .1. A. Fraser,.   S. A. Crawley...   Robert Grant..      T. Cavan   W. H. Hayward...;.  H. G. Parsons. ..  F..J. Mackenzie."   W. J. Manson...   H. D. Helmcken .  W.R; Rose...;.....  J. R. Jackson.......  E. Miller.............  A.! E. McPhillipa.'...  C. P. Shaw   N. F.   Mackay.   Jaa. Bell....   A.'E. Plants ........  Jam re Stewart   Harry Wright.   P. Ellison...   T. Taylor............  F. L. C. Cotton......  ��� W.'.R.'Braden........ .-.  D. M. Eberte   L. W. Shatford ........  W. Hunter.. ������  W . J. Bowser........  A. H. B. Macgowan..  Dr. McGuire ;-������  H. H. Watson.   C. E. Tisdall'-V..........  R. McBride..... ���������  Fred Davey..:.���������������������������������  H. F. W Behnsen   H. B. Thomson.........  T. Gifford.   R. McBride   J. H.Schofield   Liberal  Kearne, Trios'.;;'.   H.C. Brewster......  Harry Jones   J. M. Yorston���...  C. W. Munro   J. M. Forrest   Dr. J. Ii. King......  John A. Buchmari..  John Oliver   Thompson, A   John Jardine   A. I. Fisher.........  Alex. McDonald ....  D.Paterson ........  Percy Purvis ........  H.M. Vaaey........  J. Keen...... . ������  M. Eagleson..   D. J. Thomas ....;������  E. A. Crease... .....  F. R. Dehart   E. F. Lindmark   J. W. Farris   Dr. J. M. English...  T. S- Bryson   R. Elnihurst........  J. C. Harris [c]..,...  F. C. Wade.... .... ���  J. H. Senkler   J. Campbell.......... ������  G. E. Macdonalcl   J. B.'Stable8............  John Oliver..........���������  RX.Drnry ...��  W. K. Houston   H. A. Munn   J. J. Johnson   S. Henderson......   cultural' lands required ��� for settlement  I    . .        .;  i i   ������ . ���  '-.���   ?:i.     v -.1.;     ��� -. - j- , .,-    ���;  may be withdrawn from the operation  of timber licenses by order ofthe Lieutenant-Governor ih-Council after reasonable notice has been given to the  licensee to remove the timber within  the period of time fixed by the order,  d. And that for the cutting1 and re-  movalof such timber the wages paid  shall be such wages as are generally  accepted as current for the competent  white workmen in the district in which  the work is performed.  Forest Reserves  3, The maintenance of the present  reserve on the unlicensed timber lands  of the province until such'time as the  timber is required for actual use,' said  timber at that time to be surveyed, and  the quantities haVing1 been estimated,  disposed of by1 public competition from  time to time in suitable quantities^ a  reasonable  reserve  price being  fixed.  Crown Lands  4. The prosecution of a vigorous  policy of land settlement, the granting  free tp settlers on reasonable con'di  tions of residence and cultivation,  suitable agricultural lands; the alienation of other Crown Luds only under  conditions which insure their use, the  making of surveys and the publication  of maps and reliable information making tne latter readily assessible to the  public.  Municipal ; Revenue  5. The transferance ofthe power of  levying and collecting taxes . upon  personal property within municipalities  from the provincial'government to the  municipalties in order to augment the  inadequate revenues of the existing  miinicpalities.  Sanitary Regulations  6.    Rigid governmental inspection  [of all'places of human'abode and the  enforcement of  building, health and  [!s'anitary regulations so'as'to insure as  far as possible the safety of human life  and to abolish and prevent the deplorable conditions now  so  prevalent in  the dwellings of a large number ot undesirable citizens.  Local Government  7.    The election of all police commissioners and  license commissioners  in cities, towns arid rural municipalities  by popular vote.   .  :PEWMF FlWTOlIire  HadCpntinu  Ah Account of a Remarkable Recovery Given By Mr. Alfred Wood,Teatjuref ��  ���)',-'   a P��iyaU,SchooljitvLqt^ ' '  ��� ' "       >';.'���;.'.    y  iSW.'.HvSB,  CiRtdi's Rabbrd Orpwth of Tndt  The annual report of the trade and  commerce department shows that  during the decade, from 189810 1908,  Canada led the world with the exception of Argentina in the comparative  increase in trade.  ; During the preceding decade Canada  ranked third in respect to trade growth,  Argentina tanked first and Japan  second, Japan now ranks third.  Cspptr Msriar Csrtiln  '��� New York, Nov. 1 ��������Advices on  copper situation are that a combination  if producers is practically assured.  Demand for the metal is reported on a  large scale with prices; showing a tendency to advance. 'From the present  outlook" a i heaVy'^re^uctibn in' surphjs  copper stocks;i��f expected by the-end  ofthe month.'  MR. AND MRS. ALFRED WOOD.  Mr. Alfred Wood,!"wh6 has a private school at 22 Froclerlclt: street; Lattices ton, jTasmanla. (Australia), has been, a teacher tot, U7, years ,tinder^Jbho  Kilucatlonal Departrhont of Tasmania. He writes, concerning his wife's case,  aslollowa: ' ������.'���'        .'  '   '    "���'..-.'.''������.'���"  "My wlte was suffering for months from gastro-attterltis/ and was gir��n  np by hor medical attendant.    ....-.���,.��� .,  ,,,,,.,    .,.,, ,,., ���-r,;.;, ,,.,,:.  "By good fortune I was induced to try Peruna in her case, and I can truth-  tally'stato that from the Aret dose her drcsdful suffering:ceased; '��� and afUr  rally gt��x�� m��i.ii"ij. i..������"��.--������ ���   taking flye bottles sha is pcrmmnently cured."  Harrington, J.  Heatherton', G:  John Mclnnis.  J. Hawthornthwaite.  P. Williams;.......���  J. Mathewson..... ���'  Jas. Johnson.. ...  G.*H. Kemste'r .....  G. Casey...  CSWi Bennett...  E. T.KingBley.....  W   M. Mackenzie..  iM*. 'McGregor.��'.��.~  P. Garvey   R. P. Pettipiece ....  George Oliver........  A. J. Morley (c)V...  W. Dodd(d)   Pure and wholesome.    Cold and as bracing in its  coolness as a breeze from thfe North in: Summer.'  "BEST BEER IN THE BOUNDARY/'  la Recognised  by all  aa the  WHY?   Because iti  manufacturers' employ all of their energy to trie  taming out of a perfect Beer from thei.rb��st materials' obtainable.,  ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL ICE, ETC. PHONE 22'  Phoeili*   Brewin  TTOW does Periiria make such extra:  JH. ordinary cures as above recited T  By simply- arousing the, forces 'of  Nmture to throw off the diseased action.  Perrinsi contains no magio and does  not operate in any- mysterious; way/bat  It does help Nmture to combat disease,  and thus many times comes to the res-  ene of the patient in some important  There U always a time in the course  ��2 any, dfiease when fUttle Belpgose a  Castas the scales are beglnning^to dej;  aeend, when one ounce more would determine the fate of the patieiit.a .little,  Uft will tar�� the scales in taVor of the  Verona is a handy medicine to have  In the household^ ,;    V ��� ��� -      *';'  It helps many diseaseB.by/mAiirt/nr ��  omtural vigor to the whole systemv  '    As atonfc or catarrh, remedy, Its repu-  ': tation is well establUhed ��U over the  I world.  As a reinedy' for stomach and bowel j$  disease, the fame of Peruna isundoUbt-,..;  edly( destined to bo^owia greater than M'  that of any othelr.riiedlclne in the world. f|-  I    Agreatiriany cases like that above re- J  [.fexred.tOjhaye found.Peruna, otuntold :��  value when no other help seemed of any ��  avail.    . ���".'-.���;-' '������������, s^.  Pe>ru-na For Indlteatlon. b  Mr,^^.Donald: JEtobb, Jr.,. io-^righta 1  A,ye.,  Halifax, IT.ov.a^ Scotia,-member g  Indei>endent,Orde^ of Torrce tars', writes: g  ' ��WhUeba|a VlsWto Boston, tmustf  have eaten something that did not agree |  withrniyWtomach, as a terrible case otM  Indigestion followed. fe  ���'Peruaawaa{ recommended, Utmm^}::  and'after* using' three" bo files T was  entirely cured: >- ���-:- ��������� '��� ������'. ��������� ���> -;- ? :'-;':- ^'~ - f  .   "I therefore recommend Peruna to any;'  1 one'CsuffeiringrwithytoimalcK'tf^double.'?.���. 0 ���-- ���  .Mrf Ohasi Browri~, B|lg^rsy|lie, Tenn., J'  writes:..   . ,   ��� '  / '.*:  ��'A frienil'adrlied me to take Peruna;  .for indigestion and it cured me In m *  iaiJort-tirtie;"^ ' ', '-\   ' - - ;-'/  ..'.V ' .     ������.' '*V-.  jfhs Pioneer % 1^  ahel all kitt^is <>f Pbsref vfbrt;;  A' M. Oliver.;.........���������������            [ci'Tn.iependent; [d] Canadian Labor Party.  that  r^UTS and bruises are often very obstinate in refusing to  ~ / ^"* heal. The edges of the wound remain inflamed and sore,  and there is a daily danger of disease-germs settling on the raw flesh  and giving rise to serious complications. Thus, neglect or improper  treatment of an injury, be it a cut, burn, scald, or even a simple  Bcratcb, is �� menace to life.  In cases where wounds refuse   to   heal   quickly,   nothing   but  . Zam-Buk. will suffice if-the akin is to be made to grow naturally and  perfectly once again.    Zam-Buk rubbed gently over a wound has the  ' remarkable. effect, not  only  of rendering  the  wound proof against  disease-germs, but of growing new skin-tissues.  ��� Thus Zam-Buk heals wounds in a perfectly natural manner, and  i ������ the' possibilities of eczema and   other   torturing   akin-diseases   are  entirely prevented. Possessing rare  medicinal properties, Zam-Buk  ' accomplishes what ordinary ointments and salves never can do, and its  j ever-ready'  character, , constant    reliability,    and    ^^fgaWSKSg^w,  absolute' purity,   render  it   distinct   from   all    vjjS^^^,,,,**?^^  - other'.preparations.    If you dress your cuts     j^^awiHatOJioaMJ^Si^  tadsoires with Zam-Buk you will never be       -*^-* ������� *"* M        -*��&;  troubled with  " the wound  that would  not heal/? '  Of all Divggists and Stores at &0 cent* a  box, or three for $1J!5.  FfftEE.  Send tbia. coupon (with |  ic. itamp to corer return  po^UK'c-) to th- Zam-Huk  Co., Colbornc Street,  Toronto, and 3/ree trial  box will be mailed at once.  Bat*  7��a< Irtai  EaavOaaSM"'  .. 'ro.l  r CUTS-  sbbJs^sopueo burns/.  ptsafeSifflf  UHtQUALUD nmCRICKETCBS.  ^ J* SPO*TSMEM GtNtMUy/P*  Bengouih, the Estertsinsr  Much welcome laughter is promised  in the coming appearance of Bengough,  the Canadian entertainer, who will give  one  of his   novel   entertainments   in  Phoenix opera house, Dec. 9th.    Ben-  gough's prograth will include   cartoons  and crayon   sketches  of a  hnmorous  nature, interspersed with dialect stories,  operatic' burlesque  and  comic   chat.  He will also recite "The Visit  of the  Yankee   Fleet,"  written   by   himself,  j which has   aroused  great  enthusiasm  everywhere:    Commenting on   it,  the  Sydney Morning  Herald says, "one of  the evenls of Saturday was Bengough's  spirited delivery of his own lines upon  "The Visit-of the Yankee  Fleet," as  spoken   by   an   enthusiastic   tar   back  again in America after being   feted   in  the Antipodes.   At the conclusion, the  hall rang with applause, and Bengough  was  tecalled  again   and   again.    He  really ought   to   include  tttese heart-  inspired   verses   in   every   program."  Speaking of the same recital, the Wellington   Dominion   says,   "With   his  'Visit of the Yankee Fleet,' Bengough  lifted his  audience into an inflammably-patriotic condition good   to  see."  nTHE   CARNEY   COPPER  MINE,  in the  famous Coeur d'Alenesj four miles south  east  of  Mullan,  Idaho���8  claims, 3  fractions.  "\Vater power, worth $25,000.  Tunnel No.  1, has  450  feet  development  work.     An  ore  chute  opened  for 150 feet in  length^ and the end not reached, about 48 feet  wide, and the width not determined.    Vertical  . depth at face of tunnel 150 feet.  Tunnel No. 2 is in from the portal 1025  feet, crosscuts and side drifts 475 feet, good  ore now appearing in face of tunnel. Vertical  depth 530 feet. ��� Stock at less than 25 cents per  share is a good buy.  ���       '������'  - THE  iso��.  ESTABLISHED  THE IVIOST  PRACTICAL  WINBRS^  PAPER   SN   ���p   WORLD. ^ ^  It gives all the Important Muting News, and every ^sue J^TTnterest to  Special  Articles,  well   illustrated, on   subjects   ol   real   p _        ,  the everyday hiihing man^ ^ v^r_s^pi.K ON  RBQ���ST  PttiMT every Saturilay at Eos Angeles, Califoxma..;.  TO PROVINCIAL ELECTORS.  Notice is hereby given for the information of Voters, that the Lieutenant-  Governor in Council has determined that  the holding of a General Election offerB  u favorable opportunity to obtain the  yiewB of Electors on the question of Local  Option.  For fiueh purpose, a vote will be taken  on the 25th of November instant, at the  same time aa the vote for the election of  candidates to the Legislative  Assembly.  Hbnby Ebsok Vouno.  Provincial Secretary  Only a Few Thousand at  ONE-HALF CASH  ONE-HALF 30 DAYS  I*! vCiild  If you   are   requiring   any   rough  lumber give M. Mclntyre a chance o  figure on it.    He can furnish you wUh  better material at less money than any  i butstde comoetitbr  !    Leave your order with  A. S. HOOD, Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  HTHE 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 oh the ground prior to incorporation.  Tunnel No. 1 is now in about 175 feet..  Ledge No. 1 was crosscut at a depth of 100 feet,,  carrying lots of good ore. Ledge No. 2 will be  cut before April 1st, at a depth of 125 feet. A  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.  a. 1,  THE STOCK IS NOW  ONE-HALF .CASH  ONE-HALF IN 30 DAYS  /�� CENTS  3 PER  Leave your order with  S; HOOD, Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C. lift  PHflEKiX PIONEER, PHOENIX, B.  Si'  !il J  Hi:  Si  ir"  l (  ���1  I:  fi <  GREAT STEEL WORKS  FOR  NEW WESTMINSTER  THE JAMES A.  MOORE STEEL AND IRON WORKS,'  with a capital of Twenty Million  Dollars, have just purchased^ miles of water front at Westminster at a cost of  $354,000.    The  Gurney Stove  Works  of   Toronto immediately  secured ��  site  for stove works, and  a host.pf industries made  possible by the manufacture of steel and iron are to follow at once.  Real estate between Westminster and Vancouver is increasing in  value'very rapidly.   -Every one of bur Phoenix purchasers who  I bought last year have made over 100%, but this is nothing to what  'will be made during the next few years, when the Canadian Northern1'  'freight terminals and car shops, the V. V. & E., Midway & Vernon,  Grand Trunk Pacific and Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railways  are being built,  when the steel works and  other industries  are  running and the full effect of this wonderful development is felt.  Now is the time to buy.    There is not another place in  Canada  where real estate is as low considering the great development now  under way.    We are just putting on a new addition, fine big level  lots within ten to twenty minutes walk of all the big plants and in  between the city when the railways, electric car lines and manufacturing plants will be the thickest.    Never buy residence property  as an investment if you can get what will be ousihess property in  the future.  Our Mr. H. R. Dourksen is at the Brooklyn hotel. See him  and learn something about how easy it is to make your money work  for you. Be sure and get our November report free. Send a post  card.  The Wright Investment Coy*  NELSON, B.C.  Conservative Rally.  iiiMjiiiiii  11   ���    1  't  1:  ir'  IP  pi  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  !:    THE KING'S HOTEL j  ��� ,         /          "The Pride of the Boundary." ���  "   , 7               PHOENIX, B.O. :  Newly renovated and newly furnished, modern .inappointments' and ���  ���)     centrally v located,  culinery department   par excellence    and   Bar ���  ���-'^iocked*with choicest' liquors and  cigar*, the King's is headquarters ���  2    for travellers.  -Bus meets all trains.   Commodious;sample rooms. ���  ���'.-/. 1           The King's GriU j  *T Short  Order  Meals served in  the' King's GRILL  at all hours. ���  S             E. P. SHEA, Proprietor         W. R. WILLIAMS, Manager ���  . There will be a general meeting of  the Conservatives of Phoenix at the  Scandinavian club room on Wednesday evening, Nov. 24th.  All who favor the return of the McBride government and the election, of  Mr Ernest Miller for thip constituency  will be cordially welcomed.  Good speeches and good music.  A. S. Hood, President,  Conservative Association, Phoenix'.  Local and General.  mmmr  No trouble with Sunlight Soap.  Just follow the^dlrectlons on the  wrapper and Sunlight does the  rest. Coats little���-doe* much���  never injures hands or clothes.  Wire 1 ess  Telephcmey  The greatest discovery   of ��� the  20th  century.  Talking ,,t 00 miles without wires.  Free Exhibition at the King's Hotel  Call and talk over the 'phone.  ALL ARE WELCOME  Hayes & Roe. Managers  ���p.  iAiS-ii  bfaj'ffi ������? Aw--  m  I"1  ih;  11^  mi  Don't Get Mad  if we tell you that you know very little about Gold  Filled Jewelry; you buy -a watch, chain, a cuff  button, a locket, a bracelet or-other article, and  you cannot tell but what it may change its color  axuLturn. black after a month or so, all you have to  depend upon is the jeweler's word, who sold it to  you.    <"- -"      -',',"' .< \     _     ���>,'���/'    >, \  In following out our established policy of giving the public the best value possible for their  monej', -we determined that - every piece of GOLD  FILLED JEWELRY that went out of our store,  shou be like Caesar's wife, 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'-. Sttsrdy CllAilav which  came out of the acid'arperfect.^hpllowrjink/jof 14k.  gold. This make of chain has been on the market  for 45 years, and we intend to handle it exclusively  infdture.    The prices range from ;r  $3.00  according to weight and pattern^ and we can confidently tell you that it is impossible to get better  value anywhere sn the country.  We have the same makers goods in  LOCKETSf tVos��   r   -   $* to $4v50  BRACELETS - ;- -������: - i$3 *o $9.0Q  Neck CHaii&s. Brooch ^isas, etc.  Drop in and examine them any time, you never find us cranky.  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  69, Town of Phoenix.  Whereas the certificate of Title to  the above hereditaments being certificate No. 4827A in the name of Betty  Larson baa been lost or destroyed and  application has been made to me for  duplicate therof. ���'  ���NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  a duplicate certificate of title to the above  hereditaments will be issued at the expiration of one month from the date of  the first publication hereof, unless in the  meantime valid objection to the contrary  is made to me in writing.  W. H. EDMOND5?,  ���v 4."    -���   "���    <r.    -    District Registrar  Land Registry Office, >���  ���Kamloops, B.C ,  ���   -'- Nov. 3rd ,-1909  Five weeks from today is Christmas.  Ask for oyster cocktails at the  Brooklyn.  For sale, good coal heater; apply at  Pioneer office. ;        ���  : Large furnished rooms in the Marsh  block to rent. ..���������_;���,..  Dry wood in car lots. Apply to J.  Trpinbiey, Phoenix, B.C.  Subscribe for the Pioneer and get  the latest Boundary news.  Before , buying your furniture elsewhere, call on R. J. .Gardner.  D. Docksteader of Spokane has  been spending a week in town.  ' Ladies dress goods; the finest selection in the city at R. Jlorrell's.  Housekeeping rooms and furnished  rooms; apply, at the Cottage hotel.  .Max Berger .was in town from  Nelson this week calling on old friends.  For expert cleaning and pressing, by  special process, try Wallace, the tailor.  ; Born-���In Phoenix, on Saturday,  Nov. r3th, to Mr. and Mrs. A. Mackie,  a son.'    ' ',:';  Dr. Simmons, "dentist, will be at his  Phoenix office,' bank block, from Dec.  ���io.to 13.    ��������� --:-p  Dan Schiioteri : the Boundary cigar  man from Grand Forks, was in town  on Wednesday.  Those interested in local mines  should read a letter from E. Jacobs  elsewhere4 in this issue.  ��� C. J. McA'stocker returned on Wednesday after a fortnight's visit with  his parents at Nelson.  - A* bunch of keys was found on Knob  Hill avenue recently; loser should  apply to W. A. Cook.  Arrangements are now being made  whereby Phoenix is to have a crack  hockey team for the winter.  The Methodist church have decided  on Thursday, Dec. 23rd,'for its annual  Christmas tree entertainment.  Complete returns of the provincial  elections will be bulletined at the  King's hotel Thursday evening.  Alex. McDonald, the liberal candidate in Greenwood riding, was calling  on old friends in town on Tuesday.  Greenwood school is to have a new  heating plant, to cost $3i595- E- w-  Bishop has the contract for installing  it.  Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully refreshing for Bath or Toilet. For washing  underclothing it is unequalled. Cleanses  and rifles.  1 There's two things to consider in  printing���material and workmanship  ���get both and you get satisfaction in  the Pioneer.  John Seward, local   agent  for  the  New Dominion Copper company, re  turned on  Monday   from   a  trip to  Vancouver.  Miss Annie Backlin left this week  for Spokane to reside permanently. A  dance in her honor was given in the  Union lodge hall Wednesday evening.  : If you are thinking of building or  require building material of any kind  -j-lumber, shingles, lime, brick���call  on me for figures. Phone A 44. C.  A: Ross.  ; H. W. Shaip, of Sharp & Irvine,  brokers, Spokane, is at the Brooklyn  hotel and is featuring Collin's Wireless  Telephone, which he maintains is an  excellent buyv  William Wallace, tailor, is opening  up business, in Phoenix. He has secured temporary premises in the Cottage hotel and is making a specialty of  cleaning, pressing and repairing.  , Dancing Class���Those desiring tuition will please leave their names with  F. Werner before Dec. 1st. A competent teacher will be secured, providing there is a sufficient number  enrolled. . ''   '-' *   ���'' v-,:       ���,:'���'���'������-������-  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.  Keep both eyes on the Rio Tinto-  Tredwell mine, near 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, Phoenix, B. C.  Here's a. Hint!  CONING TO PHOENIX  J. t K  Cartoonist and  ON HIS  FAREWELL TOUR  COPPER  The New Edition of the  COPPER HANDBOOK  Vol. VIII. issued May, 1909, contains  1500 pages, with nearly 50 per cent,  more matter than the preceding edition.  The chapters with mine descriptions and  on statistic." have been carefully revised  and the bulk of the matter therein is  GOOD CREAM OR MILK, each as the PHOENIX DAIRY BRAND, is  the basis of a tempting meal. It makes everything taste better. Try it���  and you'll always buy it.    All milk ia aereated before being sold.  W. A. MCKAY & SONS,  Dblivsbbd to Ai.r. Pabtb or thb City  Household Laundry Work  A multitude of- household -worries^ are overcome by having your  Laundryiny done at the Reeo Laundry.' . - ���   Reco Laundry  ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  Hello!  A 10  THB   PIX8ST   QOAUTY   IX  MILK anJ CREAM  A. T  THE  daut��  PHONK  STRICTLY    FRKSH   BGGS  JT.    W.   xXA.N>��A.IVf,   PROPaiBTOB  ml  ;|  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 Gases.  I carry the finest movements  manufactured..  Pricesj $5 and up  E. At RLACfi, jeweler  PHOENIX OPERA HOUSE  WATCHflAKER AND OPTICIAN  Ldwer - Towt*y 'Phoenix  The Store where You get 100 Cents in Value  for Every Dollar.  ArtCRIGlS dRMTCST tnOTIOIIAL ACTRESS  rase  ielsori  SUPPORTED   BY-  Noryal MacGregor  AND HER NEW YORK COMPANY  - presenting  Henrik Ibsen's Greatest Success  aftfer a run of over a year at Bijou Theatre, New York  Tuesday* Nov, 23  Nobval MacGregor."  RESERVED SEATS AT TOM  BROWN'S  START SECOND NARROWS      -  BRIDGE -IN NEW YEAR  New Company Has Purchased Old Dominion Charter and,  Will Build Structure With  Capital of $1,500,000���  Estimates Are Now Being Prepared.  Surveys Already Made  With interests representing $5,000,000 behind -them'and with a half-; forgotten.Dominion charter which'will en ible them to go right ahead with/the';  work, there is a syndicate composed partly, of local men. and .partly of finan-.;  ciers with local interests, .which will solve the prbBlem of the Second Narrows;  bridge in a practical way by starting"construction within three months. .  There have been so many rumors in connection withthe project of bridging the Second Narrows that a World; representative took\the; precautionfpT  running this particular story to ear,th with' theresult that it can now. be made  public. It will be the biggest'thing that h-rfs happened to North ;Vancouver  since it became a city and there will be a fireat flurry'in ^investments on the  other side of the inlet when1 full detaH8;aje known. ���  .The company which will carry out "the scheme^ has been quietly organized  and but a few of the plans have beerV talked of outside the charmed circle.  That the scheme has taken very definite shape can be gathered from ^the fact  that it will be placed before a Special  meeting of the North  Vancouver city  council on Monday evening. ;    :'  There are no subsidies, Federal or Provincial, asked by those that have  the old charter. ; They will btiild the bridge by the formation of a company  with a million aitida half debentures and it may be that the quarter of a mil.  hon subsidy promised by the Federal Government will be used for the purchase of debentures in the new company.  The Dominion charter allows for a railway with a terminus in North Vancouver also, and this part ofthe scheme will be taken over by the purchasers  of the charter. '.'  \ There is.a well iounded report that the G. T* P. branch- line from Fort  George td Vancouver will come into the Terminal City by way of Pemberton  Meadows, and from a glance at the list of names of those connected' with the  new company it appears certain that the new transcontinental Will find a way  into the city over the new bridge. ; . ;.  As the plans are at present construction on the bridge should be started  early in the new,year. Surveys have already been quietly made of the Narrows  and the approaches and estimates are being prepared for the detail work.  According to one man who is interested-in' the scheme:- "Nortn Vancouver's new bibom is near at hand, and it will not be many months before  trains are Tunning from the south shore of the Inlet to the bustling little city  on the north side."���Vancouver World. . :  BLACfeMIXED���GREEN  40c.f 50eV and 60c. per pound  At all grocers   -  BOOKS AND MAGAZINES  Days a growin' leaner; interest in readin' keener���  We say.^buy a book���then  hunt a quiet nook���-  Lots of satisfaction. ;'  Newest Copyrights and latest Magazines always in stock.  ���  - Also Daily papers.  McRAB BROS.  SCHOOL BOOKS      STATIONERY      CONFECTIONERY  Bat Invite Y@m Inspection  of otf? Pflcgs and Qsailty  of Goods Befoge B^ymg;  Gents Fmm&hmg&'Rls&wfaete  Our stock, of Suits, Overcoats, TJiiderwear,; Shirts,  Collars and Ties, Boots and Shoes, etc.', etc., is all  new and up-to-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

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