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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Nov 9, 1907

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 -"T.v-^^-^-TSHrWS!?  -^-jaii*UJiuWih-'  AND   BOUNDARY   MINING JOURNAL.  WOV 13/907     "  Library   ll<��l!i )  Eighth Year.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1907.  No.   49  m^m***$m%M^^m,  FQ.I...  Clothing  '������#���.���� ������'.-������  WE HAVE JUST PLACED IN  STOCK A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF  MEN'S  SUITS and  OVERCOATS  FOR THE  FALL TRADE  OCTOBER HAD  GOOD ADVANCE  Boundary Output Was  146,731 Tons.  ���Ct*"1!  These Garments are made up iti the Latest Styles, fresh  from the best known Clothing Houses iti Canada. Iri cut and  style they are everything that can be .desired, but-besides this  they are made up of good, honest, All-Wool Materials, which  guarantee this lasting quality. Come in and look them over  before deciding. "    '   'J'%   ?        '-;],  We also make a Specialty of Measuring'for "Campkdl's"  Tailor Made Suits.  In MEN'S FINE SHIRTS we are making a largef showing  than ever before. The New Patterns for, Fall are especially  Bright and Attractive, and we offer you a choice of Colors and,  Designs which is sure to please your fancy.  In AMERICAN SHIRTS we handle.Jtbe "Interstate  Brand," imported by us direct from New York; and of course we  still Stock the old reliable "W. G. & R." and Crescent Shirts,  made in Canada, and guaranteed to satisfy.  Copper Production Amounted  To Over 3,000,000 Lbs.  October shipments from the mines  of the Boundary show a decided increase over those for the month of  September, being more than ten per  cent of an advance. In September,  according to the figures compiled, the  outputTwas 138,964 tons, while for  October 146,731 tons were sent out  from district mines. The latter figures  also constitute a new record for one  month's shipments from Boundary  mines, it never having been exceeded  before.  The Granby's October record was  over 86,000 tons,,or 12,000 more than  for September. Snowshoe shipped  about 2,500 tons more in October  than for the previous month. The  Dominion Copper Co., having stopped  operations during the month, shows  up with a much smaller total than in  September, while the mines of the  British Columbia Copper Co.���the  Mother Lode and Emma���show a  slightly larger output for October, by  about 750 tons, than for the previous  thirty days.  The figures in the appended table,  giving details of ore shipments in tons  from the different mines of the Boun  dary for October, do not, of course, include the custom ore sent to Boundary  smelters from outside the district, nor  ore from Boundary owned mines from  the outside:  COMING AND GOING  lor  the  up from  mmmiimm  Granby mines        B. C. Copper Co.:  Mother Lode    ..     17,909  Emma              5,697  Dominion Copper Co.:  Rawhide     8,287  Sunset      ...     ... 2,979  Mountain Rose... 93  Snowshoe    ...    ...    ...  Riverside  - .-.- ���..���---.-.   86,711  23,606  1 r.3S9  25>��25   -~~~sv  ^-"-���feS*****-*^-^*!  i  (Ks  as  (is  (h  (lis  ��is  is  (Us  (K<  (Ks  (Ks  (is  (Ks  n  M/  S��  (KS  $  is  ,(\\  k  (Ks  (Ks  (Ks  *  (k  (Ks  (Ks  k  (KS  7!  October total tons ... 146,731  Taking 23 pounds of copper as the  average contained in the ores of the  Boundary, per ton, it is found that the  month of October showed a production of 3,604,713 pounds of the red  metal, or at the rate of 43,000,000  pounds per annum.  Now is the season of the year  for securing fruit for preserving, and  as we have fresh shipments, direct  from the Orchards, almost daily, we  can make the prices right.  Peaches,  Pears,   Plums,  Apples  and Many Other Varieties.  We also have JABS in any quantity, Pints and Quarts, and the  Sugar to do them up with.  Send us your order at once���we'll do  the rest and do it right.  s  Securing Mining Information.  R. R. Hedley, of Nelson, commissioned by the mines department at  Ottawa, to compile information regarding the industry from Manitoba to the  Pacific coast, was a visitor in Phoenix  yesterday, and took in all the large  and small mines in his quest for infor  mation, carrying away also copies of  the last two annuals issued by the  Pioneer, for statistical use.  Mr. Hedley who was in charge of  the Nelson smelter for some ten years,  has been pretty well all over British  Columbia on the present mission, the  Boundary being the last, but not least,  important section visited. When the  reports are all in from the different  parts of Canada by the several assistants, they will be compiled and published at Ottawa, and will constitute a  most valuable work on the mineral industry of Canada.  Do Yon Want Ten Dollars?  In another column will be noticed  the advertisement of the Carney Copper Co., and the offer ofthe president,  J. L. Martin, of $io as a Christmas  present for the best criticism of the  advertisement itself. Here is a chance  for some one to pick up ten dollars���  just like getting money from home, if  you are the lucky one. There is no  limit lo those who may criticise, the  only requirement being that a clipping  of the advertisement of the Carney  Copper Co. be sent with the criticism,  to the editor of the Pioneer by mail,  and be received by December 24th.  The successful competitor will also be  presented with a year's subscription to  the Phoenix Pioneer.  P. F. Roosa, paymaster  Dominion Copper Co., was  Boundary Falls .yesterday.  W. C. Thomas, manager of the Dominion Copper Co., was up from  Boundary   Falls  this  week.  Mrs. W. H. Covert, of Grand Forks,  returned home yesterday, after a ten  days visit with Mrs. W. J. Porter.  James. McGregor, of Nelson, provincial mining inspector for this district, came in from the . Kootenays  Tuesday.  J. W. Grier, of the Greenwood  Ledge, and A. M. Davidson, of the  Greenwood Times, were 'visitors in  camp last Saturday.  Mrs. J. L. Martin returned Monday  from a visit to Spokane, while Mr.  Martin was at the Carney copper  group, near Mullan, Idaho.  Henry E. W.'Behnsen, M. L. A.,  of Victoria, was in the city yesterday,  and states that he finds general business  in his line, cigars, very satisfactory.  Jay P. Graves, general manager of  the Granby Consolidated, who was delayed in returning from a visit to New  York, arrived iri Spokane last Monday.  R. P. Williams, of Rossland, the  veteran'machinery.'-man,' who was here  Tuesday, will shortly.open an office at  Vancouver for the firms he represents.  William J. Louttit, president of  Phoenix Miners' Union No. 8, went  over to Nelson this week, to attend the  Moyie miners arbitration proceedings.  Andrew G. Larson, superintendent  of the LeRoi mine at Rossland, was a  visitor in camp Monday, with Gus  Ehrenberg, a Coeur d'Alene mining  man.  Duncan Murray and N., S. Baillie  left yesterday for Nova Scotia for some  months, the latter going to Earltown  and the former to Scotsburn Station,  P-ctou Co.  Dr. George M Foster, who has been  located at Greenwood for about ten  years, took his mother to New York  this week, and on his return west  thinks of locating in Vancouver.  Miss Edith Henderson and G. W.  Allen were married in Greenwood  Monday, corhirig fo Phoenix that night  cvt*cl--p��*Tig-o\��t-ott���tho~morning���train.  Mr. Allen is freight conductor  on   the  C. P. R.  Jack Farrell, who cleaned up $15,  000 from thejackpot Fraction when it  was sold to the old Athelston syndicate;  and who is one of the old time pros-  pectots, is said to be headed for Gold-  field.  Harry E. Macdonell, C. P. R  general freight agent at Nelson, for  the last ten years, was making his  fjnal visit in Phoenix last Saturday,  before going to St. John, N. B., his  new location.  PAII>$!,0��0  IN ACCOUNTS  City   Dealing    With  Epidemic Bills.  Legal Opinion Regarding Liability of the Municipality.  Boundary Mining Notes  In one way there was not a large  amount of business done by the city  council at last Wednesday's semimonthly meeting, but nevertheless over  a score of accounts were audited by  the finance committee and ordered  paid, running over $1,000 in the aggregate, many of them being for small pox  epidemic expenses. Those four lonely  cases, none of them fatal, bid fair to  cost the city in excess of $1,000.  There were present at the meeting  Mayor Matheson and Aldermen Birnie,  McKenzie and Porter, and city clerk  Stephens submitted the following  financial report of mattets since the  last meeting:  On hand in bank, Nov. 6. $2,087 57  On hand, cash  27  72  Total     ...         $2,115  29  Receipts since the last council meeting were as follows:  Lumber sold       Road taxes         Police court   ....       Realty taxes     ...    ...  B. C. Government grant ...  Provincial jail account    ...  $��S  00  240  00  "7  S��  282  5��  8  00  2  00  Total  The  mayor  and       $665  00  Aldermen Birnie  and Porter were appointed a committee  to adjust the claims made in connection  with the recent outbreak of small pox.  J. L. Martin, one of the owners of the  old postoffice block, was directed to  provide some way for tenants to take  care of waste, etc. Then the finance  committee audited the following  accounts, and on being found correct,  ordered the city clerk to pay them:  DOMINION CO.  MEN EN ROUTE  Expected in Boundary  Next Tuesday*  Q. Q. S. Lindsay Is Relieved.  At a meeting of the board of directors of the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co.,  held in Toronto last Tuesday, Hon.  George A. Cox, for nine years president of the company, resigned, and G.  G. S. Lindsay, the manager of the  company was made president. James  D. Hurd, a mining engineer of Duluth,  with long experience, has been appointed general manager of the company, and R. M. Young was made  secretary.  Thus the prediction made some  time ago that there would be a new  manager for the company, has come  true.   Mrs. Charles A. Arnott will leave  for Nelson today, where she will spend  a week.  Resumption     of    Operations  Looked For.  Asked in regard to the matter yesterday by the Pioneer, Manager W. C.  I"homas,-of the Dominion Copper Co.,  said he has received information that  the officials of the company will arrive  here next week Tuesday or Wednesday  from the east, they having been detained  longer than expected in making the  irip accross the continent. In the  party will be Warner Miller, president  of the company, from New York; H.  H. Melville, vice president, of Boston;  M. M. Johnson, consulting engineer,  of Salt Lake, and possibly others.  Further than this, Mr. Thomas could  t-ive no information.  The report is current, however, that  the Dominion Copper Co. officials  ���expect to resume operations at the  mines now very shortly, but no confirmation of the report was obtainable  yesterday, although it was persistent  in several quarters. Operations at  both mines and smelter have been  suspended by this company for several  weeks, pending the arrival of the  officials of the company from the far  east. It is generally thought that the  financial flurry in New York prevented  the gentlemen from leaving the east at  an earlier date, but they are now on  the way.  Lizzie Reem        $202  50  D. B. Buchanan         So 00  M. C. Wade    ......    ...  8  00  "AdolpVi 6��rcu . .....  14 00  M. McIntyre   ...    ...   ���  96   18  Telegraphing      1   00  P. Burns & Co.          24  19  Phoenix   Electric  Lighting  "    Co   222  45  Morrin, Thompson  &  Go.  106  65  Thomas Drug Co   12   65  Hunter- Kendrick Co.  63  '5  Phoenix Bakery          14 65  Phoenix Dairy   9 62  Wm. Hunter Co   33   ����  Phoenix Pioneer        7  00  Danny Dean       2  25  R. J. Gardner   24 90  H. A. Munro      6  75  Hotel Brooklyn          3 5��  B. C. Telephone Co.  12 45  N. Binns    29  25  Dr. J. D. MacLean   150 00  Development is being done on the  Little Chief; adjoining the Skylark  mine.  Shipments from the Emma mine,  Summit camp, have been somewhat  reduced of late.  Supt. Shaefer, of the Strathmore, is  prosecuting development, as for many  months past, and recently ran into an  excellent ore body.  This week a number of improvements have been made to the interior  of the offices of the Dominion Copper Co. in this camp.  Granby smelter this week once more  made a new record of 22,527 tons for  the seven days, being an average of  3,218 tons each 24 hours.  It is claimed that residents of  Greenwood alone have put some  $30,000 into Boundary coppers since  the recent slump in the east.  Snowshoe's ore shipments for this  week were 2,780 to the Trail smelter  and 2,700 tons to B. C. Copper Co.'s  smelter���a total of 5,480 tons.  Work at the Maple Leaf, Franklin  camp, ha? been discontinued for the  winter* about ten men <being laid off.  This was the only property working in  that camp.  One day this week over 3,000 tons  of Granby ore were taken out of  this camp by the Great Northern  alone, to say nothing of that hauled by  theC. P. R.  J. P. GRAVES ON  THE SITUATION  Believes the Worst Is  Oven  Any One Can Make Prediction  On the Copper Market.  James and Biner have been engaged  to furnish music for the dance of the  Tefpsichorean club next Wednesday,  and also for the ball of the Grand  Forks smeltermen on November 14,  Total        $1,124 64  City Not Liable.  Mayor Matheson this week received  the following letter from David Whiteside, solicitor, regarding the liability of  the municipality for certain claims  made on account of the small pox  epidemic:  "The city is not liable for the board  of guests at a hotel while the same is  in quarantine. Seciion 78 of the  Health Act provides that nurses and  other assistance be furnished at the  cost of the patient in the first place, or  at the cost of his parents or other  person or person liable for his support,  if able to pay the same; otherwise that  the cost is chargeable to the municipality. Under this section the city  would not be liable to pay for the  board of persons quarantined unless  they happened to be paupers, and unable to provide for themselves. As to  the city's liability for goods destroyed  by fumigation, Section 84 of the  Health Act, states that compensation  may be given for the same by the  proper authority. This enactment is  merely permissive and not obligatory  upon the Municipality. It would  seem, however, that where the destruction took place for the benefit of the  Municipality as a whole, that the  Municipality should compensate the  person whose clothing and other effects  have been destroyed in the manner  above mentioned."  Copper Close to  15 Cents.  New York, Nov. 2.���Notwithstanding the heavy buying movement over  the last two or three weeks, no sign of  weakness in copper prices has developed yet. Sales of electrolytic copper were made Friday at prices close  to 15 cents a pound, or on about the  same basis reported on the preceding  day. One large producer reported  sales of several million pounds, but the  buying is not as pronounced as it was  earlier in the week.  Buying by local consumers, while  not large, has been more pronounced  than at any time since the improvement in the situation.  Treatment at the B.C. Copper Co.'s  smelter this week amounted to 7,205  tons, as follows: Mother Lode ore,  3,950 tons; Napoleon,' 154 tons; Snow-  shoe and custom, 3,101.  Values from the Golden Eagle mine,  up the North Fork, the only shipper  over the North Fork extension of the  Kettle Valley railway, are said to run  from $60 to $100 per ton.  Col. T. L. Dickason president and  chief owner of the Crescent mine, is  expected here today or tomorrow, with  some friends from Chicago, on a trip  of inspection of the property, it being  just a year since the colonel was in the  Boundary.  W. S. Macy started yesterday to  drive to the Stemwinder mine, Fair-  view camp, where he is establishing a  boarding house at the urgent request  .of the management and of many of  the men, numbers of the latter having  gone to work there from Phoenix.  At the annual meeting of the Pathfinder Mining Co., held a few days  ago in Grand Forks, the following  officers were elected: President, W. K.  C. Manly; vice president, G. H. Ruth-  ford; secretary-treasurer, R. F. Petrie;  board of directors, Dr. Kingston, Thos.  Newby, and A. W. Fraser.  During the month of October the  Snowshoe mine sent out in excess of  25,000 tons of ore, a new record for  that property. Of this ore 12,670  tons went to the B. C. Copper Co.'s  smelter and the balance 12,355 tons,  was sent to the Consolidated Co.'s  smelter at Trail.  J. L. Martin, who returned this  week from the Carney copper group in  the Couer d'Alenes, says the long  tunnel is now in 660 feet, and a new  300-foot contract has been let, the  contractors being glad to take part pay  in shares of the company, so well does  it look. It is expected to reach the  ore body in another 200 feet of work,  and Mr. Martin continues to be greatly-  pleased with the appearance of the  property.  The financiers of New York, who  have been for several weeks suffering  from more or less acute attacks of  nervousness; bordering on prostration,  are now well advanced in the convalescent stage, according to Jay P.  Graves, president of the Spokane &���  Inland Railroad company, and manager of the Granby Consolidated, who  has just returned from a trip in the  east.  "When I left New York, last Thurs  day, the flurry in  financial  and  commercial  circles  was   beginning to be  replaced by more normal conditions,"  said Mr, Graves in Spokane this week.  "Bankers were recovering from the excitement   and   incidental   worry    occasioned by the unsettled conditions  to the extent of being able to go home  and  refresh   themselves   with   sleep.  Matters looked serious for a time,  but  at the time I left New York  bankers  and  business men generally were expressing themselves  as  satisfied   that  the   worst  of the situation] was over  arid that the danger  point  had been  passed.    Confidence was generally expressed that the conditions would continue to improve.    As  for   myself, I  believe that while it may be some little  time before business regains its normal  condition, the recovery is certain.  The Copper Market.  "As for the copper, market, any one  is as competent to make a   prediction  concerning  that   subject   as   I   am.  When I was east the  selling agencies  had about disposed of all the  copper  on hand, the buying   being   for  shipment to European countries, principally  to Germany, and to  China.    If this  copper is for use in those countries the  depletion of the stock in this country  on that account will result   in   proportionate   scarcity   and   the   price   will  advance  accordingly; ��� If,  however, it  is being bought up as  a  speculation,  with the idea of reselling to  American  manufacturers, there   will   likely   be a  decline in   the  advanced  price  when  this   copper   again    appears   in   the  market,  "The difficulty of making anything  like accurate predictions of the future  state of the copper market lies in the  fact that the metal is indestructible.  The prospective production of copper  is capable of being calculated from reports of the extent to which it is being  mined. There is an unknown quantity  which can not be estimated. This old  copper is worn out and discarded.  Whenever there is a scarcity of new  copper and the price advances this  scrap copper makes its appearance in  the market."  Latest Pricei in Metals  Nuw York���Copper, electrolytic, $14.-  00    @$ 14.25;    lake, $14.25  @  $U.50.  Bar Silver, 60%  Lead; $4 50 @ *4.75.  Spelter, $5.15 @ *5.25.  The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  L. J. Stalls died this week, aged four  days, and was buried in the Phoenix  city cemetery, Rev. Samuel Lundie  officiating.  *>���<  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE  November 9, '07  Iut  The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines for 1900, Tor 1901  190a. for 1903, for 1904, for 1905, for 1906, and 1907. as reported to the Phoenix Pioneer���  Past  1902  309.858  10,800  1900  64.553  >97  Mink.      Camp.  Grauby Mines-Phoenix  Snowshoe Phoenix  B. C Copper Co.  Mother Lode Deadwd 5.340  B. C Mine Summit 19,494  Emma -Summit  ..���  Oro Ocnoro ...Summit  ....  Bonnie Belle Deadwood   Dominion Copper Co.  Brooklyn-Stem..Phnlx    Idaho Phoenix    Rawhide- Phoenix    v     Sunset Deadwood    T      Mouutn Rose Summit    9     Athelstan. Wellington 1.300  \     Morrison ...Deadwood    I  K. Bell Summit    g. Senator Summit  _..  T BreyFogle- Summit    * No. 37 :....Summit    i Reliance Summit  ....  T Sulphur King���Summit    V Winnipeg....Wellington 1,076  4 GoldenCrown Wellngtn 1,350  King Solomon W.Coppr  ���  3lg Copper.-... W.Coppr ...���_.  No. 7 Mine Central    City of Paris White's  ���  Jewel Loug Lake        160  Riverside���Rock Creek    Carmi West Fork    Sally West Pork    Rambler  West Pork    Butcher Boy.West Fork  _.  Duncan WestFork    A Providence���Providence    T Elkhorn Provideuce    f> Slrathmoie .Providence    Preston -Skylark    Prince Henry���Skylark    Skylark Skylark    Last Chance Skylark    K. P. O. Mtuc.Skylark    Bay Skylark    Mavis _ 8kylark    Don Pedro Skylark    Crescent Skylark    Helen Greenwood    Ruby.... Boundary Falls    Republic Boundary FUs    Miscellaneous _  3,330  Total.tons    96,600  Smelter treatment���  Qranby Co.....    63,387  B.C.CopperCo    Dominion Copper Co.      1901  131.76a  1.731  1903  393.7IS  71,21a  1904  549.703  1005       1906  653,889  Sot .404  3,436  1907 Week  596.170 32,080  132,409    j,4So  99.034  47.405  6SO  141,336  14,811  8.33��  138,079  ���9.3S5  ".937  '5.537  80a       7,455     15,731  550  150  560  5,646  3,339  ���74,aoS  37I960  16,400  3'.35��  3.070  3.35��  1.759  4.586  '74.567 '��5.9����    1.48S  9.485 11 S"4  3.����7 3.'77  '97.799  1.370  '5-59'  6.3M  3.397  93��  55,731 140.6S5  3.960  35.1��8  3.056  4,747  36,033  48,390  3.555  43.*95  14.929  65.6=3  3L370  J.943  049  785  635  363  875  665  3,000  3V>  483  3,060  "tvSO  3.450  1.833  364  33  13  150  *"s86  3��  145   30  106  79  90  76  993  400  736  335  77��  1S��  80  3.456  390,800  ��3��,83��  117,611  167  53  5��  300  535  6H9  355  73  ,140  40  140  20  ���5  589  335  5����  60  750  500  V 3.340  148,600  3U  * t  ��� o  : it  ��� ii  : o  ��� o  : o  ��� ii  . <>  : o  508.876   690,419   839,808 933,5481,161.537 I,H9..S63 31.SS7 ^>  596,353   687,988 828,879   591,500   33.537 i>  2I0.434  310,830   133,740   335.388     7.Jos <>  30,930    84,059   3l8,8lt    157,327     a  401,921  163,913  'S-* ,57��  4 Total reduced...  63.389   348,439   460,940 697404   S37,6��6 982.877 1,171,430 1,084,215 39.732  $  ��� ������������������������^������������<>''>*-i>*>'> ���������-��������-����'��������<>��'0  *t'lij'Bf  * ail  h li lit  <���, iMm>.!'  mmm  fedp��  ��r-..*tij��,:V?-,-*i  -.mwrnm  v;i"--*.v>a;:i,?r.w-ta?i  ���:.;A-i-:Ki*-'.rr~'  'ft'il-!?,1''r-t]vfU:  '���?������! ������.'flJiv.';,;.-;;-  ���^-.M-v"    ���  'i*  s3  y;::'.';�����* ���,-?;���;*!  j:>:*'m ;yKfy  %:4'M'*'iiM  ��'.:}'^.'-:i$k'l  -*��� .-f.rW4t.::y.-,'a  ,}���:�� ��� am  11  if  n  I! *  ,Vf  ;!.!  I  fs r  ���  I  1  I,  Is 1  I  J  ���M  Ut]  ^5*  tt{  IM  Ik F  III!  p  5��  I'I  Hffifr  I.  THE   PHOENIX  PIONEER.  \  AsR Your Friencis  what they think of  Tea.  Sold in Lead  Packets Only  50a lb.  2  The Phoenix Pioneer  And Boundary Mining Tournal.  IHDID OHSATDRDATa BV TBB  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  AT PHOBHIX, B. C.  W. B. WILLCOX. MANAQIR.  *. ,    ��...    -I Business office No. 14.  Telephone* j Uua|(er., residence, No. 15.  aOBOCBIPTIOHB IR  AUVAHCB.  Per Year J*-00  Six Month*  '-'S  To tbe United States, per year  **.5��  II tou are nol a aubacr ber lo thla paper, this  I* an Invitation to vou to become one.  Advertising ratea lurmsheo on application.  Legal notices 10 and 5 cents per line.  Four weekly Insertions constitute one month's  �� l7��rt ��inr.  1907  NOV.  1907  i  Sun. Hon.  rue*.  Wed.   Thu  Fr..  Sat.  1  2  3      4  5  6     7  8  9  10    ri  12  ��3  *4  15  16  17    18  *9  20   31  22  23  24    25  26  27   28  29  3��    j  More Pawnbrokers' Skinning.  When Sir William Mulock was succeeded as post master-general by Hon.  A. B. Aylesworth, and the latter finally  by, Hon. Rodolphe .-Lemieux, in the  general shuffling that has -been going  on for years in the cabinet at Ottawa,  the public hoped that a  man had at  last been placed at the head of the  postal department who would introduce tbe idea> and aI1  right  thinking  business-like methods; give the public  ��" . do   likewise.    It   is   a   serious  problem, and   growing more' so   each  Sam, vyho spares no money to give a  good postal service, and does not endeavor to run this department in order  to show a surplus or even to make  money. '���-.'-'���  Peopling British Columbia.  In the language of the day, it is up  to the residents of British Columbia to  make an effort to secure the most desirable kind of emigrants.    The world  knows that hundreds and thousands of  what nearly all are agreed  are "undesirable   citizens"���namely,   Japanese,  Hindoos   and   Chinese���have    been  coming to our shores in   the  last  few  months; and worse than all, they cannot   be stopped   under   the   existing  J treaties.' It is growing  to  be such a  menace, in fact, that Rudyard Kipling  visited Vancouver, it was said  on behalf of the Imperial government, to investigate, and the   Dominion  government is also taking the matter up���and  in the course of time, perhaps before  we are all grayheaded, something may  be done to limit the influx now going  on.    Meantime, however, the  steady  stream continues, whether we like it or  not. ,y, ��� .-...:-.������������.���:������������;��� .-���������,.-..���  Kipling certainly struck the keynote  when he said, on his recent visit, that  the solution was to get immigrants  from the mother country, many of  whom would be only too glad to make  their homes in British Columbia if  they knew ofthe opportunities/The  Salvation Army is now making an or  ganized effort to this end, and the first  contingent of several hundred selected  immigrants will reach this province in  two or three monQ"ts7~"TrTis"fs a step"  in the,; right direction, and .others-  should be taken of the same kind.  The provincial  government  endorses  ... men  do   likewise.     It  ��� o ��*>-���>?�� ��rs����>^r�� <��rV��><at r>-e)<-r�� o-e^m r>-��<*�� C"M��-<��> ���"���>���<*��� r>-0  I OUR COPPER CORNER?  �� MATTERS OK   INTKRKST   TO   THOSE   INTERESTED    IN    THE A  A COI'PER   MINING   INDUSTRY  0-t* OCKJI ���!>������<* ��^��-<J��   ��^���>*<*  BuKe Product Now One-Third.  The production of copper by the  Butte mines in October was but 8,376,-  200 pounds, 2,953,600 less than the  estimated output for September and  16,787,600 pounds less than the  monthly average of 27,541,260 pounds  for the first sjx months of 1907.  The October output was the smallest  in the history of the big mines. None  of the small companies produced any  copper and very few leasers shipped  any ore, though a number have been  mining and storing their output, as for  example the operators in the east Butte  group. The La France and Pittsburg  and Montana plants have been closed  for nearly two months.  The October production was but 32  per cent of the average for the first half  of the year. For the first ten months  of 1907, the output of the Butte camp  shows a decrease of nearly 84,000,000  pounds or nearly 27 per cent from the  production in the same period of 1906.  Reduction la Copper Output.  The copper mines, jf the United  States, Mexico and Canada continue to  report a large reduction in output, says  the Wall Street Journal. Three-fourths  of the present calendar year has passed  and production of copper on the  American continent for this period  shows a decrease of qver 62,000,000  pounds for tlie nine months' period.  For the month of September, it is  estimated that the production of copper in the United States, Mexico and  Canada, at 68,388,800 pounds, which  *>������<*  ��>.���<-��  (y|<i   0"<aV Oi  compares with 97,962,000 pounds in  September, 1906, a decrease for the  ���month of 29,573,200 pounds, or 30  percent. Of this 29,500,000 pounds  the Butte camp contributes 18,000,000  pounds.  The total continental production for  the first nine months of the year is  estimated, in pounds, as follows:  1907. 1900.  First 0 months. .563,909,2(13  586,494,581  July  98.423,' 70    99.270,970  AiiRust...  93,298,107  102,593,034  Septein ber".'".'.... 68,388,800    97,062,000  Totul 9 months. .824,020,030 886,320,fi85  Latest reports from all of the copper  camps would indicate that with the  sole exception of Lake'Superior a very  radical restriction of output is in process and it is fair to estimate that the  October output will not exceed 50,-  000,000. There is a slight tendency  to curtail at Lake Superior, but the aggregate is not a significant amount.  The Arizona and Butte mines will  show a very heavy falling off in their  production this month, while from  Utah camps reports come that the  mines there have already discharged  1000 men.  The American continental production at its maximum is placed at 1,200,-  000,000 pounds of copper per annum.  The October output will probabjy be  at the rate of only 600,000,000  per annum. It will not take  many months of such a restriction,  under reasonable business conditions,  to remove whatever surplus now exists  and again restore metal prices to better  figures.   ...'.���'".  LI.N0ERIN0 COLD.  imorrow ��   0     _.. Johns, Rev.  cold which lingered for weeks," says J.   r Leech-Porter, rector.   Service every  Urquhart, of Zephyr,   Ontario.   "My Sunday evening at 7:30....,..,.  Wllhstoad   Otber   Treatment   But    Quickly  Cured by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.  "Last  winter I caught a very severe  *��>^-V%^bv��VV%^Iv%^%-  Church Services Tomorrow  %*'9*%^*y9y%/%l9vm*my9*%+*it  Church of England���St. Johns,Rev.  BOUND TO PLEASE  THE   MOST QB'TTTOAL TASTES  I. H. HAUETT  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary IV,,,.  CableA-ldresa:       KAI.I.IITT.  Ilcdlbid M'Nell ..  Sllc.tloicl M Ni-li ..  Moielng > Neiil'a  I.ellier's.  C'ltici'xwnii,  n (.  BLACK  Lead Packets Only  TEA  PURE, DELICIOUS and WHOLESOME.  GREEN or, MIXED  Highest Award St'.Louis, 1004.  TUCK "/COLLINS  SHAVING PARLORS  and BATHROOM.  Hotel Balmoral ��..���  Cor. First & Knob HUI Ave.   rHOKNIx, H. (*���  Clothing I  The BEST, Cheapest  and most satisfactory  Clothing in Phoenix.  WHO SAYS SO? Hundreds of satisfied  customers. If you don't oelieve it come  and examine goods. -���"'-������'.'.       V   V.  A Ftffl Line of Underwear, Shifts, Shoes, Ties,etc.��'  iust arrived.    All new seasonable goods at old  and Cheapest prices.  THOMAS BROWN,   ^  Men's Wear Exclusively. knob hili, avk.Vphok/nix.  P. 0. Box 66. Phoanl* Market. 1/'; ''?��������.��� f.  g  P. BURNS & CO,, Lto^y  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants. ,.  Choice Line of Fresh and Cured Meats. /   \ i  Poultry, Fish aid fiase.-h,Seoes.-j[  All    Orders  Receive  Prompt Attention. :  cold was dry and harsh. The local  dealer recommended Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy and guaranted, it, so I  gave it a trial. One small bottle of.it  cured me. I believe Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy to be the best I have  ever used." This remedy is for sale  by all druggists.  better service, regardless of the cost,  and not conduct the department as  nearly like a pawnbrokers' skinnery as  possible. Seemingly, however, with the  last few months' experience, we are  doomed to disappointment,and another  shuffle is needful to get things into  decent working shape.  One of the first acts of Mr. Lemieux  was to increase the postage on newspapers to the United . States several  hundred per cent., making it just that  much more of a burden to publishers,  and generally being an unmitigated  nuisance in every newspaper office in  Canada. American periodicals coming  to Canada pay the same rate, but the  American post-office officials chortle in  glee as they think that the largely increased revenue conies from the Can-  Ha**-. adians and goes into  the  pockets of  Americans.  a^ Recently, to cap the climax the de  partment has  issued  an  order   that,  dating from last April, postmasters will  receive a flat commission  of 4  cents  each for issuing money orders, instead  of the quarter of one per cent heretofore charged.    In Quebec or the east  the new rate may be beneficial to the  small offices, but in the west the postmasters find  it different, and they receive    much    less    than    heretofore.  Italian,   Swedish,   French,   Slavonian,  Austrian, Turkish, Japanese,  Chinese,  Hindoo and other   money  orders aie  issued, up to $100, and the p.m. must  wrestle with them for   the  munificent  remuneration of 4 whole cents  each.  Notwithstanding   the   statement  that  the new rate will equalize with the old  one, it runs far behind in British Columbia.    In other words, Mr. Lemieux  has skinned down the remuneration of  -    postmasters a iittle more, instead of increasing  it  materially.    The   salaries  have been raised a trifle, but the new  '   rule discounts that..  Why the postoffice department can-  . not be conducted for the benefit of the  people, no matter what it costs, is a  . question that is often asked. Complaints come in from all over the west  on the inefficient service. This is one  respect in which the Dominion government can take a lesson  from  Uncle  month, with the'arrival of a fresh shipload of Orientals at Vancouver or Victoria. If there is a better solution of  the problem, it has not yet been  brought forward. We can get along  without any more Orientals than we  now have, arid we have plenty of room  for the brawny sons and daughters of  England, Ireland and Scotland.  A Good Liniment.  When you need a good reliable liniment try Chamberlain's Pain Balm.  It has. no superior for. sprains and  swellings. A piece of flannel slightly  dampened with Pain Balm is superior to  a plaster for lame back orpains in the  side or chest. It also relieves rheumatic pains and "makes sleep and rest  possible.    For sale by all druggists.;  Canadian Copper.  Ottawa.-���Superintendent Cleave, at  the royal mint, announces that a Montreal firm and an Ottawa one had  secured contracts for supplying the  copper that will be needed for the first  coinage at the new mint. There were  six or seven tenders.  Officials cannot give out the names  yet, but say they took advantage of the  very low copper market and got it at  a low rate. The intention is. to call  for tenders every two or three months,  as it is needed, both, as regards gold,  silver and copper. The silver is', to  come from TraiyjB^C^jmd-Cahalt^���������  ���������Another���very 1 m portan t. announcement made is that officials will; be able  to get metal they need-sufficiently refined in Canada, and will not have- to  go across the-line, as at first thought.  Canadians have risen to the occasion,  and the officials have every reason to  believe now that they can get metals  in Canada without going to the. States.  As contractors are not through with  the work, the mint cannot open before  Jan. i, next.  Methodist���Sunday School at 2:30  p. m. evening service 7130 p. m.  Thursday evening, prayer meeting and  choir practice. A cordial invitation to  all these services. Rev. J. Wellesley  Whittaker.  St. Andrews' Presbyterian .Church  Preaching      Service      tomorrow    at  7:30  p. m. Sunday, school and Bible  class at 10:00 am. A cordial welcome  to all.   Rev.  Samuel  Lundie, Pastor.  Catholic���Church of Our Lady of  the Good Counsel.���Divine Service  every 2nd and 4th Sunday of each  month. Holy Mass, 10 a.m. Sunday  School, 2:30 p.m. Vespers and Bene  diction 7:30 p.m. Father J. A.  Bedard. O.M.I. Pastor.  Markets at Greenwood, Grand Forks, Midway,  "Eholt: arid nil  the other  principal Cities and Towns in B.C., Alberta and Yukon.  Headquarters:  NELSON, B.C.  Headquarters for Boundary:  GREENWOOD, B.C.  Cut this out and take it to any drug  store and get a free sample of Chamberlain's  Stomach  and    Liver   Tablets.  -For-btllioueneoo-and-coiratipattOTT-��� tlnoy-  are unequaled. They improve :the  appetite, strengthen the digestion and  regulate the liver and bowels.  FOR YOUR  A Methodist Mlaiater Recommends Chamberlain'* Comb Remedy.  We have used Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy in oui home for seven years,  and it has always proved to be a reliable remedy. We have found that it  would do more than the manufacturers  claim for it. It is.especiallygood for  croup and whooping cough, Rev.  JamesA. Lewis, PastorMilaca,Minn.,  M. E. Church.  Chamberlain's Cough Kennedy is  sold by all druggists.  Stomachs  Sake  You should keep Mother.  Seigel's Syrup by you.  It soothes and strengthens, cures .wind, pain,  cramps, colic and all  forms    of    indigestion.  Take Mother   ���=  Price 60 cent! per bottle.  AI. Whites Co..Montreal  s  Syrup  /v.^.Made Profit on $2.42.0re. .... ..  The Alaska Tread well Gold Co. for  the year ended June r earned $625,-  585. It paid 14% or $700,000 in  dividends, taking $75,000 from surplus  of $525,022. It also charged $150,-  000 to plant depreciation, leaving  surplus at $301,555, It treated 702,-  953 tons of ore which assayed an  average of $2.42 per ton. The saving  was $2.15 per ton. It reports 4,982,-  883 tons of ore in reserve.  We Guarantee  to cure your cough or cold  BOUNDARY DIVIDENDS.  AUTHOJt-  IZBD  CAPITAL.  SHARES.  1  DITIDBHDB.  NAME OF COMPANY.  Issued  Par  Paid  1906  Total ;  to Date  Latest:  Date  Amt  Per  Sh.  Ii, C. Copper Co ���copper.......  $3,000,000  503,000  ��5  ....,��.   $301,300  Sept. 1907  ���4��:  Cariboo-McKinncy���gold........  1,350,000  1,750,000  It  546.837  Feb.1904  .04  Consol. M. StS.���gold-copper.  5,500,000  53^52  Jioo  241,690  7'4.945  Aug.1907.  s.50  Granby Consolidated���copper.  15,000,000  135,000  )ioo  ll,6��,ooo  1,968,630  Bept 1907  3*0  l-rovldence���silver ���   209,000  31.000J  J  16,000 |  38.M4  Sept. 1906  ���50   I  THE   FIIYBST   QUALITY IN  MILK and CREAM  STRICTI.V  IIA.NNAJM,   PROPHIKTQR,  No "ifs" or "buts" ���just a  straight statement-Shiloh's  Cure will cure your cough  or cold and do it quicker  than anything you  ever tried, or your druggist  will return the purchase  price. Get a bottle to-day,  and cure that cough or cold.  oehix Steam Laundry Co.,  v_  LIMITED  Shiloh's  cures colds  and coughs  Shiloh's Cure is a safe and sure  cough and cold medicine for  children. It has been effecting  cures for 34 years. All druggists���25c, 50c, and $1.00.  With the newest and most modern machinery, we are now in  a   position to handle the largest or smallest orders  with dispatch and at the lowest possible prices.  BEST OF WORK GUARANTEED.  Phone No. 25  Patronize Home Industry.  r  .&7  Prompt attention to all ordera  A.  D.   McKENZIE,  Manager.  ^  Dominion Ave.,  PltoctrJz, B C  jSwSJ&SwSk  :"aoo:o:o;o:o:o;c"o:o:o:o\j'o:o:o:o:o.o:o:o:ox>:o  ���1*9*0  ���ammattm��*m9maa*m9ma*  1  PHocnix-  Greenwood  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 9.30 a. m.  <��        "��.*;���       lowertown, 10.00a.rn.  Leave  Greenwood      -        3.00 p. tn.  Prompt Attention tp Express and Freight.  PHOENIX OFFICE, WITH H. JAMES, KNOB HILL AVE.  D. k McELROY/ Proprietor.  mVaaPat  *msmmmmma09M��9Bmmm  09a  EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK  . i.-���i        ��� -.    ���. - - *  CAPITAL $3,000,000      RESERVE! FUND $1,860.000  ~    HEAD^FFTGE - SHERBROOKErQim;  WITH OVER SIXTY BRANCH OFFCE8 IN THE  PROVINCE OF QUEBEC  WB OVV BBS- ACIUTIE8  POB8KSSKI) ;BV   '    "* ���  NO OTHER BANK IN CANADA  ��� ;F0B  COLLECTIONS AND BANKING BUSINESS GENERALLY  IS THAT .IMPORTANT TKBB1TOBY  KingEdward Lodge, No.36  A. F.and A. 11.  V~j~i% . ..Kegularconimuiilcatloii 8 p. ���,.    s  rftSJK>    bud Thursday ofeacli luoiith  }��� J. STK017.Kt,  W.M.  M.M.8TKPHKNS.  ; Secretary.  I. O. O. F.  '."   SNOWSIIOK LOI)o|-no.,6  Meets every Moiitlny KvetiiUfe   at Miners' ua|  Vlsltli*K lirethreu cordially Invited.  .   J l'.McOouiinl,   N, (J.  W, S. Cook, Kec. Hec'y.  ,   Wm. Plckard,  Per. 1'iu. Hccy  ���pnonivix Aicitm no i .-,n  Meels Pri.l,iy ��-t���  Union Hull.  Visaing     Inotlicii  ahynysw-tl oiuc  J   Whir, W. I',  llAKKV JAMKS,  W. Sec  A. D. MORRISON  JEWELER & OPTICIAN  Local Tlm�� Inspector for S. F. A; N,  (High Class Goods always In Stock.)  Gband Fokks, B.C.  Phoenix Shoe Shop  A. T. TURANO, Prop.  Boots and Shoes made to order, first-class work guaranteed. Miners' Boots a  specialty, guaranteed water  'roof.'  Plrat Street - Opp. Knob Hill Hold  Phoenix, B. C.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  AT ALL OFFICES  BRANCHES   IIST  Manitoba, Alberta and British Columbia.   Correspondents  all Over the World.  PUBLIC NOTICE.  NOTICE is" hereby given that at I In-  next sitting of the Board of Liccnsinc  Commissioners, of the City of Phoenix,  I intend to apply for a transferor the  retail liquor license, held by me for the  Dominion Hotkl, Ironsides Ave, Phoenix, B. C, to Steve S. Swanson, for the  said Dominion hotel.  F. Asdkrsox.  Dated at Phoenix. B.C.,  this twenty-eighth dav  of September. 1907.  Witness: M. M. Stephens.  NOTICE.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai 1  intend to apply at the next sitting of  the Board of License Commissioners, for  the City of Phoenix, for :t Imnsfer of the  Liquor License held by me for lhe TtntU'  Hotel, to Luciani and Vichrv.  Jamks McCkea'th.  Dated at Phoenix, B C,  this 12th day of October,  1907.  HIGH-GRADE  ���BY   THE  pbdeniy flMoneer  As in any other calling, trade or profession, the Printing  business always has some in it that produce work a little better  than the ordinary and a good deal better'than most of ihem.  Such an establishment is that of the PHOENIX PIONEER,  where the endeavor is to turn out the BEST QUALITY OP  WORK that can be done with paper, type and ink.  The best evidence of our success is the fact that we are  and have been busier than other offices in this district, and are  producing work that other offices do not attempt. Only the  most competent workmen are employed, with the result that a  high standard of efficiency is secured���and at ho increase in cost  to the customer.  With a complete equipment, from Presses and Type to  Punching, Perforating and Wire Stitching machines and the best  grade of stock obtainable, we are in position to give prompt attention to orders for  Mining Forms and Blanks        Business Stationery  Office Stationery      Lodge and Church Work  In Any Quantity  In fact, we can give you anything supplied in a first-class  metropolitan printing establishment. Orders taken for Ruling,  Binding, Blank Book work and Steel and Copper Plate Engraving.  Prompt attention to mail orders  pioneer fmb, Co.  Pioneer Building, next P. O.,  IPboenfr, B, C.  ���^WWBlJWWUIi'-llJHl'illW  !>��� LlTlJJWAl HWWHHP  im f.'MJ! a ji. si^J9S9��Mm!mmaWsa��s ��� *.��i/ii' i *. ia -i; -��� -. iix.-!***, Aii. a ��* ��.  Iflffi  f*HOENrX   PIONEER.  Afetfe from  GRAPES  Start right! To younger housekeepers, to beginners iri the art of bread  and cake making, no agency can render so much aidj.no assistant will  prove so helpful as Dr. Price's Cream  Baking Powder. Do not make the  mistake of experimenting with others.  New I'oMal Wrinkle.  There are now on sale international  reply coupons, as they are called, a  system of postage evolved at the recent  international Postal convulsion. A  person ch-Hring to.repay a reply to a  letter sen! abroad incloses therein one  or more of the coupons nnd lhe person  to whom the letter is addressed by  presenting Ihese coupons at the nearest  post office obtain in exchange a postage  stamp of (he value of 25 o-niimes (live  cents in.Canadian cti-rciicy) being the  regular postal union charge, on letters  weighing an ounce or less. This postage is used to pay for the reply.  Ore Tonnage for Southeast Kooltoay.  The following are the reported ore  shipments and smelter receipts in  Southeastern British Columbia districts  for the week ending Nov; 2, 1907, and  the year to date, in tons:  III STRICT.  WEEK.  YEAR*  SHIPMENTS.  East of Columbia  lliver    ...     ...  3.f>99  131,689  Rossland   6,197  230,998  Boundary   30,701  1,079.857  Total   40,597  1,442.544  SMELTER  RECEIPTS  ���  S.M KLTER.  WEEK.  YEAR.  Grand Forks  ���   20,739  595.'47  Greenwood   7.'5��  290,148  lloundary Falls ..  i58.394  Nelson        ...  i'i340  Nurthpcrt   ...     ..  2,204  82,605  M'.irysvillu   600  26,400  Trail   ...        7>955  2 13,588  Total    ...     ..  38,648  1,377.622  A pencil murk here HJ&"  in a reminder thatvoursub-  K'Tiption to   this  nap.-r   la  now pa>U due, and  the pub-  lieher   will appreciate your  promptattention.  tir  AVERAGE PRICES OF COPPER.  ���New  York���  Electrolytic.  Lake,  Month.  1906  1907  1900  1907  January .:...  .18.31  24.66  18.41  24.88  February....  .  17.86  24.93  18.11  25.20  March   . 18 30  26.07  18.04  25.47  April.......  18.37  24.27  18.03  24.87  Mav.   . 18.45  24.15  18.72  25 17  Jurie   . 18,44  22.82  18.71  24.01  July........  18.19  22.12  18.68  21.31  August.....  18 43  18.35  18,01  18 2r.  September..  19.14  15.50  19.29  10.04  October .. ���.  21.27  13.12  21.71  13 57  November..  21.99     22.34  ��� .  .  .  .  December...  23.03  mil  23.38  19.00     Year ......  . 19.3&  .....  Hospital Donation*  Lidt of Donations received since Jan.  1st. 1905, to the Phoenix General Hos  pital:  Cash lio :...... R.Horrel  Cat-h $15 ~��� J. B. Macaula}  Cash $5 A. F.Bern  Book Case A. K. H. Clarl  Bed I.lnen,4doa Hospital Ladies' Aid  Cash fco........... ...........E. T. Bank  Cash Jio Jas. McCreatb  Cash |3S Canadian Rand Drill Co.  Spring Cot... - A. B. Hood  Maple <-yriip. __.....A Friend  Gentleman's Dressing Gown Mrs. J. B. Boyl<  Old Linen ���_ -Mrs. I. Crawford  I Box Books ~_ Mrs. B. A. W. Hodget  Cash Jan _.; A Grand Forks Friend  Dorc'uion Copper Oo_ Full Set Boiler Tube��  Cord Wood _ F.Buciletf  David dally In "We Are King "  Mr. David B. Gaily, who is starring  this season in Mr. Walker Whiteside's  comedy success "We Are King," is a  direct decendant of a family of inventors. He is the son of the late  William Gaily, who, with his brother  Merritt, are famous the world over.  Several years ago they invented and  patented, the Universal printing press,  the most needed machine of the time.  Hut this is only one of their many bun  dred inventions which have brought  them great results.  David Gaily first showed signs of an  inventive mind when he was thirteen,  inventing a special bicycle lamp, which  was considered marvelous for a boy at  that age. At fourteen he entered  Henley college in Brooklyn, for a three  year course in electrical engineering.  At this school, during his sophomore  year he made a mechanical drawing of  the Gaily Universal printing press,  showing the late idt-a ofthe trip rollers.  This drawing is now at the patent  office al Washington, D. C.  Since the death of his father he has  always watched with much interest the  work of his uncle, and while visiting  him the young man made a suggestion  which gave the great inventor the idea  how to introduce battery power into  the instrument, known as a relay and  repeater, for the aid of long distance  transmission over telephone lines.  Manufacturers and men of science,  with whom he has come in contact,  have oft-in advised Mr. Gaily to give  up theatrical work and devote his time  with his uncle, as his suggestions prove  clearly that his inventive mind if  brought out would, equal that of his  worthy ancestor.  Mr. Gaily will be seen at the Opera  house, Phoenix, on Monday, November 11 th, in "We Are King," under  the management of Mr. C. P. Walker.  A Reliable Remedy lor Croup.  Mrs. S. Rosinthal, ot Turner, Michigan, says: "We have used Chamberlain's Cough Medicine for ourselves  and children for several years and like  it very much. I think it is the only  remedy for croup and can highly re  commend it."   For sale by all druggists.  PUBLIC NOTICE.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  ���at the next sitting of the Board of  Licensing Commissioners, of the City of  Phoenix, I intend to apply for a transfer  of the retail liquor license held by me  for the Maple Leaf hotel, Ironsides Ave.,  Plioenix, B.C., to Anoblo Sciiulli, for  the said Maple Leaf hotel.  CHAS.  Dated at Phoenix, B.C.,  this fourteenth dav of  October, A.D., 1907.  Witness: A. B. Hood.  HAGAN.  PROVINCIAL.  Vancouver has issiu-tl building permits this year to u total of $10,000,000.  Nelson has received a grant of j^oo  from the government for its 1907 fair.  Over 50,000 crates of peaches have  been shipped from Peachland, on Lake  Okanagan, this year.  Another sawmill is to he erected at  Kamloops. The mui behind the enterprise will operate on a large scale.  The town of New Denver has organized an improvement society, and  the place is said to be taking on new  life.  On Vancouver island diamond  drillers are said to be busy boring for  coal from Victoria to the north end of  the island.  This week the Rossland Miner  appears twice a week, succeeding the  daily Miner, which recently gave up  the ghost.  VV. C. Bowles, assistant general  freight agent, C. P. R. at Vancouver,  has been promoted to the position of  general freight agent at Nelson.  Hon. Rodolphe Lemieux has sailed  from Vancouver for Japan, to meet the  Mikado and endeavor to stop lhe influx of Japanese to this province.  Daily papers Irom the coast report  the arrival there ol large numbers of  people from the prairie provinces, the  majority of whom are seeking to escape  the coming winter.  W. L. Mackenzie King, deputy  minister ol labor, investigating the  Japanese riots in Vancouver, discovered  an organized attempt to bring coolie  labor to this province.  The big convention to be held in  Vancouver on Friday and Saturday,  Nov. 22 and 23, promises to be an  epoch-making event in the history of  Conservatism in British Columbia.  E. M. Sandilands, formerly of Sandon, late on the staff of the Nelson  land registry office, has been appointed  government agent, mining recorder and  provincial constable for Moresby Is  land, the southern of the large islands  of the Queen Charlotte group.  Albert I. Goodell, manager of the  LeRoi's Northport smelter, has resigned, to take effect December ist,  and will be succeeded by Manager  Kiddie, formerly of the Crofton  smelter. It is said Mr. Goodell will  likely go to the Marysville smelter.  Catarrh of the Kidneys  Not Always Recognized.  hi Cold Settled  In  \ Causing   Serious  Pe-ru-na  Kidneys,  Trouble.  Restores   Health.  Beware of imitations and substitutes.  D. J. Matheson  3n0urance agent  V IDKI.IT y   bonds.  COMMISSIONER    FOR  FIRE,       LIFE  ANI>  ACCIDENT.  PtATK   GLASS  TAKING    AFFIDAVITS  PHOENIX,   B.C.  Domiaio   Ave., Near City Hall.  *&9 PHOENIX, B. C  Carriages and Other Rigs, Horses and Saddles  For Any Part of the Boundary. Express and  Baggage Transfer Given Prompt Atttention.  Dry Wood Delivered to Any Part of the City.  D. J. McDonald, Prop.  A Stuwof tht Public Patronage Soiic.ltea. 'PHONE 37.  ^#I1h:  ^  Phoenix  Pioneer  Is acknowledged by those who read it regularly to De the  leading journalistic exponent of the Boundary District of "southeastern British Columbia.  It is published in the centre of the great Copper Mining  Industry of British Columbia, and prints the news of the Districts while it is news. It plays no favorites, but aims to give  everyone a square deal. . .,  The Pioneer costs $2 per annum; to American subscribers,  of its readers subsciibes for two,  Address, with remittance,  $2.50, and more than one-  three and even five  years.  Pioneer Pub.  Co.,   Phoenix, B.C.  NOTK-We have ate* Copies of the M���**** ****��. left, price  each, or a copy will be sent iree io   ?.tjp"^p ,cC5*Wi  new subscriber.  15 cents  4*  4>  ^  COLUMBIAN COLLEGE.  Founded 1892���Incorporated 1893.  NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C.  Provides a Christian home tor students of both sexes at moderate rates.  Has a preparatory class for junior students, doinu: grade public school work.  Does high gchool work, confers all high  school privileges, and prepares for teachers' examinations. Teaches all branches  of a Practical Business Course and gives  Diplomas. Gives a liberal education in  its Collegiate Course and in the Ladies'  Course for M.E.L. and M.L.A. In Uni-  vereitv work, can take students through  the complete Arts Course, and the degree of B.A. can be obtained from Tor-  onfo University, which the college is in  lut affiliation.  For fuller information and terms write  Rev. W. J. Sipperell,B.A.,B.D.,Principal: or Rev. J. P. Bowell. Buraar.  Chapped Hands.  Wash your hands with warm water,  dry with a towel and apply Chamberlain's Salve just before. going to bed,  and a speedy cure is certain. This  salve is also invaluable for sore nipples,  itching piles and skin diseases. For  sale by all druggists.  MINERAL ACT.  (Form f.)  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Australia," "PHI," "Rat Fractional," "Raven  Fractional," and "Tarantula Fractional," Mineral Claims situate iu the Greenwood Mining  Division of Yale District. Where located���  between Greenwood and Wellington Camps.  TAKK NOTICK that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  Agent for Eric E. Jackson, Free Miner's Certificate No. B 10056, Intend, sixty days from date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for Certificates or Improvements, for lhe purpose ol  obtaining Crown Grants of the above claims.  And further Take Notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance oTsuch Certificates ot  Improvements.  Dated this 15th day of July, A.D., 1907.  44_ I. H. H " LLSTT.  SAYS THIS IS BEST  A leading health journal in answer-  ing the question, " What is tho best  prescription to clean anil purify the  blood V' prints in a recent issue th-  following :  Fluid Extract Dandelion one ounce;  Compound Salatono, one ounce ;  Compound SyrupSarsaparUJa, four  ounces.  Shake well and uao in teaspoonful  dosos after each meal and at bedtime.  A well-known puysioian states that  theae are harmless vogotable ingredients, which can be obtained from  any good prescription pharmacy.  Thia mixture will clean the blooi!  of all impurities.    In just a fow day*  the akin begum to clear of sorest  und   pimples.      It   puts   vigor  ' lebili  boils  vigor and  dc  litated  energy into run-down  men and wotnon. For many year.-  Sarsa.pa.riHa alone has been considoroil  a good blood medicine. But while  it built up and made ne.w blood, the  impurities remained within and the  good accomplished was only tempor-  ary. Saraaparilla, however, when  used in combination with Comnom*''  Salatone and Extract Dandelion,  works wonders. This combination  puts the kidnoys to work to filter  and sift out the waato matter, uric  acid, and other impuritien that cause  disease. It makes now blood Mill  roliovoa rheumatism and Iraote back j  < ���   mid Madder troubles. *  il��ll*��������<') "IH ittH'l"   MlalBf Pacts About Canada.   Canada has produced   250   millions  in gold all told.  Canada produced, in 1905, is}4  millions in gold.  Canada has produced 40 millions'  worth of nickel.  Capital invested in Canadian mining,  over 100 millions.  Nickel was accidentally discovered  in Sudbury in 188-?.  Canada's Yukon gold-field is 125,000  square miles in area.  Canada produced &% millions in  nickel in 1906.  Canada has the greatest nickel deposits in the world.  The Yukon produced 6)4 millions'  worth of gold in 1906.-  Practically all the valuable minerals  are found in Canada.  Sudbury's nickel mines have reached  a depth of 1,200 feet.  Canada sent 28 millions' worth of  raw mineral to U. S. in 1906.  Canada ranks high among the ,  world's gold producing countries.  British Columbia has produced 100  millions in gold; 5 millions in 1905.  Canada's mineral production has increased over 600 per cent since   1SS6.  Canada has produced in the last 22  years, 70c millions' worth of minerals.  Nearly one-half of this has come  from the Yukon since 1896���114 millions.  Canada's mineral exports readied 35  millions in 1906; increase of 4 millions  over 1905.  Canada's mineral production in 1906  reached 90 millions; metallic, a little  more than one-half; non-metallic, a little  less than one-half.  CATARRH of tho kidneys la a very  ranch w.-jxlocteci disease.  It. Id not until tho uluuuso has a linn  hold upon tho kidneys that the patient  begins to realize that there is some derangement of those organs.  The slight backaches, the foolings of  lassitude, and other -warning symptoms  of kidney dUsoasG are overlookod.  Thoy are not serious enough to dotal 11  ILe patient from his regular work.  "Even when ho discovers that tho kidneys are affected, ho does not recognize  tho difficulty us being caused by catarrh.  Catarrh Is sometimes so vory gradual  In its approach and Itsoarliersymptoms  ciuiseauch slight discomfort that it is  not noticed.  However, when It is onco firmly seated  In tho kidnoys it becomes a difficult  disease to exterminate.  Indeed, catarrh of the kidneys Is more  serious than catarrh afloctlDg some of  tho other organs of the body.  In tho kidnoys it In liable to terminate  in Brlght's Disonso or diabetes, both of  which are roco;;::l'jcd aa vory serious  atlmeuts, IT not fatal.  The thing to bo done, when oatarrb of  tho kidneys Is discovered. Is, to take  some internal, i-ysUimlo catarrh remedy,  one that reaches tho vory source ot the  catarrh and removes the cause of tho  difficulty.  Such a remedy has been found In  Peruna.   It reaches catarrh, no matter  im    1 ���--�� whero It may  bo  PE-RU-NA tfCR   I located  in    the  KIDNEY DISEASE J body���whether in  ' the more exposed  mombranos of the nose and throat, or  whether in the remotest part of the  kidneys.  That Peruna is at once the safest and  most reliable remedy for catarrh of tho  kidneys is proven by the many testimonials written by those who have experienced its benefits.  The testimonials given here are only  specimens of tho many testimonials on  our records, pertaining to the relief afforded by Peruna in severe cases of kidney trouble.  Kidney Disease of Long Standing.  Mr. Samuel A. Paxton, 1118 Troost  Ave., Kansas City, Mo., member  I. O. O. 3?., and National Annuity Association, writes: "I am a well man today, thanks to Peruna. I was troubled  with catarrh and kidney disease of long  standing when I first began using  Penua.  MR. ISAAC ROSENZVCKS.  Mr.  Isaac Rosonzveig,   9  Dams-rals  street, Montreal, Can., writes  "About three years ago, I.raf-  | fered with a bad cold. It settled  ! in the bladder and kidneyt, canaing  | serious trouble.  "I t*r*-**d teveral advertised reme-  > dies, but il was Peruna which finally  ; cured me, and I had taken only ft  1 few bottles.  "I feel that it saved me, and it  ' certainly restored me to such perfect health as I had not known in  I years.  "I have good reason to give your  1 remedy my highest endorsement.*'  "1 soon found I was getting better sod  continued taking it for four months. It  cleaned out the system leaving me -w-bU  and strong and feeling better than I  have in y<-ars."  wm9��a9amansi*9m99m9M*9ajaBp*am  ammm9aJawa*aw9*mtaM  Greenwood   Liquor  Co.  We furnish the trade all over the   Boundary   with  the Choicest Importfd and Domestic  Wines, Liquors and Cigars  ?  As wu ship direct in Carloads, we   can   make  prices right, and give prompt shipment.  the  Jas.  Laugh and Laughter.  (Selected.)  Laugh, and the world laughs  with vou  Weep, and you weep alone;  This grand  old earth  must borrow  mirth,  It has troubles enough of its own.  Sing, and the hills will answer;  Sigh, it is lo9t in air;  The echoes bound to a joyous sound,  But shrink from voicing-care.  Be glad, and your frionds are many;  Be sad, and yon lose them all;  There aie none to decline your nectared  wine,  But alone you must think life's gall.  There is room in the halls of pleasure  For a long and lordly train.  But one by one we must all file on  Through the narrow aisles of pain.  Feast, and your halls are crowded ;  Fast, and the world goes bv ;  Succeed, and give���'twill help vou live-  But no one can help you die I  Rejoice, and ruen will seek you ;  Grieve, and they ti-.rn and p-o���  Thev want  full   iiir>a<>tire   of all  pleasure,  . But they do not want your woe I  McCreath & Co.  "GREENVVOOD, B. C.  ��|'---.lp-����-*'^^  PALACE LIVERY STABLES  MIRDOCK McINTYRE, Prop.  35  Horses,   Full   Lively   Equipment,  Have taken   over   the   Lumber  Yard  and will carry  a  full  stock.  DRY   WOOD   IN   ANY   QUANTITY  rrompt Attention to   orders  st any hour of day or night.  <��������NE"-)       Phoenix, B. C.  PHOENIX     BEER  Will relieve that tired feeling so quickly that it  will surprise you.  With what is acknowledged to be the best  eqipped Brewing Plant in the Boundary by far,  we furirsh a really delectable article.  AsK for our Bottled Beer  Phoenix Brewing Company  BINER & SONS, Pnpt.  Office and Brewery, Banner St. Phoenix. B . C.  i  Watch  This  Space  Closely  We will have a Holiday Announcement  in time for you to plan  that  trip to  THE EAST  Best of Service and Accommodations. All commit ideations  addressed to your Local Agent  or tlie undersigned will t>e attended to promptly.  Call on or write,  J. MOE, E. J. COYI.K,  D.  1\  A., A. G.  P. A.,  Nelson, B.C.       Vancouver, B.C.  tlalptlotSpriii?^:!  SANITARIUM, Arrow LakejB.C.  "CaV-Tlic most perteclly appointed Health  and Pleasure Reaort In the West, with a complete system of Baths���Including Turkish aud  Russian. Open the year round. The curatlv:  properties of its waters are unequaled.  For Curing all Rheumatic. Nervoui and Muscular Troubles.  Kor Healing all Kidney, Liver and Stomach  ���ilmeiits.  For Bliinluating all MeUlllcPolaaiia frbm th  iyatem  The grandeur ol .he scenery la unrivalled  Mountains, Rnow peaks, forests, lakes.waterlalla.  ooatlug. yachting, fishing, shooting, excuralms  tennl��. Its winter climate Is unsurpassed tor  mUdneu HiRRY IlcINTOSH,  PtoDtjetor  THE  HANDBOOK  (New Edition Issued Novembar 15, 1906.)  Is a dozen books in one, covering the  history, geography, geology, chemistry,  mineralogy, metallurgy, terminology,  uses, statistics and finances of copper.  It is a practical book, useful to all and  necessary to most men engaged in any  branch of the copper industry.  Its facts will pass muster with the  trained scientists, and its language is  easily understood by the everyday, man.  It gives the plain facts in plain English  withe ut fear or favor. It lists and describes 4626 copper mines and-companies in all parts of the world, descriptions running from two lines to sixteen pages, according to importance of  the property. The Copper Handbook  is conceded to be the  World's Standard Reference  Book on Copper.  The mining man needs the book for  the facts it gives him about mines, mins  Ing and metal. The investor needs  the book for the facts it gives him about  mining, mining investments and copper statistics. Hundreds of swindling  companies are exposed in plain English.  Price is $5 in buckram with gilt top;  $7.50 in full library morocco. Will be  sent, fully prepaid, on approval, to any  address ordered, and may be returned  within a week of receipt if not found  fully satisfactory.  Horace J. Stevens  Editor and Publisher  36     POSTOFFICE     BLOCK,     HOUGHTON,  UICHIOAN.  NOTICE.  your  In tbe matter ofthe laud Registry Act, and in  the matter ol the Title of Lot 6, Block �� and Lot  5, Block 13, OU Ironsides subdivision (Map 6 ),  Town of Pnoenix, B.i*.  WHERKAS the Certificate of ritle 0IJ011K C.  Bradley beiug CerUficate of Title No 4535a ha.s  been lost or destroyed, and application has been  made for a duplicate thereof. N'OTrcK IS  HKRKBVGIVUN that a duplicate Certificate of  Title to the above hereditaments will be issued  nt the expiration of one Month from the date  hereol, unless lu the meantime valid objection to  contrary is made to me in writing.  W. II.  EDMONDS,  Land Registry Office,  Kamloopj, B.C.,  July 26th, 1907.  District Registrar.  MINERAL ACT.  (Form V.)  Certificate of Improvementa.  Norio v..  "Murray Fractional" Mineral Claim, situate iu  the Greenwood MiuerM Division ol Yale District.  Where locnt-*<l���In Wellington Cnnip.  TAKK NOTICE that I, Isaac II. Hallett, ns  Agent for Davltl Oxley, Free M'ner's Certificate,  o R67S7, an.i Thomas Kussell. Free Miner's  Certificate. No. B6764, inteud, sixty days from  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for  a Ceitificate of Improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grant ot the above claim.  And further Take Xotice thai action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance ofsuch Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this icth day of August, A D., 1907.  I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Florence No. 3 Fractionol" Mineral Claim,  situate In the Greenwood Mining Division ol  Yalt district. Where located:���In Greenwood  camp.  TAKK NOTICE, that I, Isaac H. Hallett, a*  agent for Joseph I. BnsHett, Free Miner's. Certificate, No. B10176. Intend, slxtv days (10111 dat.  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for .���  Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose ct  obtaining a Crown Grant of the above cla m.  Aud further Take Notice that action, unj, 1  Section 37, must be commence; before In:  Issuance ofouch Certificate ol Improvements.  Dated this   th day of September, A.D , 1907.  5����� 1. U. UALLHtT  $  m  l  m  V  ��-" *���  B   feea  l>  fe-fc-1'  is  iwifS  1-  I  1]  'tii  vs'S  fr tym  1  ���11  m  -i-i I1*' <'k  <'  'i'J'/1!?-!'  wm  I    T>'..  '" ��� If  aMy  yy'-.^y  -ss *--������-  ������.-'!>..'.���������  ���3M  .���.ic't:  *M-  % ���'&���:  ��*m*mimmMm&t!m&mil9SXS il'i.\  m  mMJ.  ���J IS'  PS  t-f'�� A K' -"'���  S'Siil'T-  ill  i  W��'-  THR  mOKMX  PK5NEER.  SHARP <a IRVINE CO.  brokers  JOS Wall St.  ���SpoKano, Wash.  The Price of Copper  has advanced over  2c. per pound  during' the last two weeks and is now  holding firm around 14 cents with every  prospect of going higher. Two stocks that  are far below their real value are  BBITISH COLUMBIA COPPER  and  DOMINION COPPER  We advised the purchase of these  two stocks at the market. Get our Quotations before purchasing elsewhere. We  get quotations from New York twice a  a day and are always in a position to sell  these stocks at the market price. - Clients  wishing to purchase these securities can  either call us up by telephone or wire us at  our expense. For further information and  quotation write or wire us at once.  "" In and Around Phoenix  BRIKF   TOPICS  OF   LOCAL   AND  GENERAL  INTEREST  TO   PHOENICIANS.  Apply to  else-  We make a. specialty of New York  Boston Curb stocks.  and  Uidlng Hotel of Boundary'i iMaint  Mining Ca-nn  Hotel Balmoral  New and Up-to-date  Centrally Looted,  Good Sample Roomi.  Corner Knob Hill Ave., and First St.,  PHOENIX, B..C.  J. A  MoMASTER  Proprietor.  X  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  JAMES flARSHALL, Prop.  Under New Management  Dr. Mathison, dentist.  Dry wood  in   car  lots.  Trombley, Phoenix, B.C.  Before  buying your furniture  where, call on R.T. Gardner.  For Sale���100 chickens. Apply to  Mrs. R. Rundle, Phoenix, B. C.  Prescriptions carefully prepared at  Thrasher's Drug Store���'Phone 16.  Sewing Machines from $10 up, see  Miss McDonald.  The new Finnish hall has been  covered and roofed.  Be sure and see the Holiday Goods  at Thrasher's Drug Store.  It will pay you to see N. Binns if  you are wanting Furniture, as he has  now a full stock in most lines.  N. Binns has just received a fine  lot of fancy rockers, if you want one  come quick, as they are going fast.  Dr. Matheson will beat his office  in the Bank block from November 10th  to 14th, as usual.  The formation of a local rod and  gun club is being talked of, and is  likely to materialize.  Work is now under way on the  second floor of the Pioneer building,  which will be used as a residence by  the editor.  A flag flying over the Deane hotel  this week indicated that Mrs. Deane  presented her husband with a daughter  last Monday.  The evening classes for young men,  being conducted twice weekly by VV.  J. Woolsey, B. A.., are having an increasing attendance.  Jere McAulifFe's and his big stock  company will open at the opera house  next Thursday in the great; melodramatic success, "A Daughter of the  People." -  ���:-���������  The company presenting "We are  King" at the opera house next Monday night comes highly recommended  by the press and public, and a good  audience is looked for by the management.  Wednesday evening, the "Egyptian  of Pompeii" was given at the opera  house to &i. large audience, over 200  seats "being reserved in advance at  Tom Brown's. It was heavy tragedy,  well put on for the west, and was' appreciated by those who enjoy that class  of plays, while others were disappointed.  Joseph De Stefani took the leading  heavy part, while Miss fielene Scott  was leading woman. It was directed  by Harold Nelson and Clifford Lane  Bruce at long distance, neither of those  actors, so well known-in the Boundary,  being with the company on this tour.  Thrasher, the druggist, will have a  large assortment of Holiday Goods.  Second-hand Sewing Machines of all  makes, for sale, see Miss McDonald.  Prices on Holiday Goods, at  Thrasher's Drug Store will be reasonable.     .  The official visit of the district  deputy grand master, Noble Binns,  to King Edward Lodge No. 36, A. F.  <Xr A. M., will probably take place on  Friday, December 6th.  Strawberries, flowers, etc., are still  being gathered in and around Phoenix,  and the Indian summer continues with  us. From the less fortunate valleys  below us come reports of fog and mist  in plenteous proportions.  Number Party.  A bushel of fun at St. Andrews'  church, Friday evening, the 15th of  November. Come and bring your  girl. Admission 25c. Home made  candy on sale.  5&5S52SS5i5S5Z51Sd5ZS25V��e5i��Z52SZ \ Bar  PHOENIX OPERA HOUSE     ' _  MONDAY, NOV.  P. WALK KM  OFFERS 'PII K  BEAUTIFUL 'ROMANTIC  COMEDY  WE   ARE  KING  WITH MR.  Boundary Side Lights  The Columbia greenhouses, near  Grand Forks, have over 20,000 square  feet under glass..  Wm. Madden and Sophia Nystrora,  both of Greenwood, were recently  married at Spokane.  It is understood that the stage line  from Grand Forks to -Franklin camp,  has temporarily ceased making trips,  owing to the closing down of work in  that camp.  At the Sunday school convention  for Kootenay and the Okanagan, held  in Nelson, S. E. Belt, of Greenwood,  was made a member of the executive  committee.    ;  Residents of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta are beginning to flock  to the Kettle river valley, where they  are settling to escape the rigors of the  winter on the plains.  J. Methot, who was for four years  in the custom house in Greenwood,  but is now a customs inspector with  headquarters at Ottawa, Was calling on  his Boundary friends this week, while  on a holiday tiip.  David B. Gaily  And an Exceptional Coni'uuiv  nn -din-mil auim'-iB.  mms*\  Prices 50c. 75c. and $1.00  Seats on sale at Tom Brown's.  afiiHsrasEisasHsasHsasHSHsasEFarasaEHs  asasHSHSESHSHsasHsasasasaszsHsasBs  EVENING CLASSES FOR  YOUNG MEN.  TIME TABLE  Mondays and Wednesdays, 10 to 12 A.M.  Tuesdays and  Thursdays,   7 to 0 P.M.  At MINERS' UNION HALL  W. J.   WOOLSEY,  Instructor.  When thinking,of presents for tho' Holiday Su.ihuii, here in tint aloe  y whoro you will find'ft large and up-to-date assortment of New  Goods arriving daily and when eouipleto our stock will bo  one of the largest in�� the interior of R. 0. Watch for our  add with prices each week.  WALL PAPER  SHSE5r!SH5ESH52S25B5aSESBSESHSBSS5H  ihoenix Opera  House  C.P.R.  A.   BLACK,  ��| The Jeweler 1*  Time Inspector Phone No. 68.  Watch Lost,  Lost near__Grear_-JSIo.rtlriGrn���station;-]  one~EIgin gold-filled Watch, initials P.  M. engraved on back pf case.- Suitable reward will be -paid-if "watch is  left at E. A."Black's Jewelry Store.  Latest Mining Stock Quotations.  Hotel Alexander  R. V. Chisholm, Prop.  Conducted in First-Class shape*.    Choice stock of Irrigating goods.  .Special attention to dining room.    Large,   airy  and  well  furnished rooms. -  Reported by Mighton & Cavanaugli,  Nelson.B.C. Corrected to Nov. 6,1907.  BID  Alberta Coal and Coke ���'<",, .36  B.C. Copper      4.25  Breck.-Lund Coal   Cariboo McKinney....       .01%  Cons. Smelters     86.00  Canadian Marconi....      2,50  Copper King 02  Domin. Copper���      \Xl%  Dominion Avenm  Phoenix, 6 C.  PHOENIX  BAKERY  Haying secured a first class  baker, I am prepared to deliver  promptly the best Bread, Cake  and Pies. Satisfiaction guaranteed; trial solicited. Family and  hotel trade get special attention.  'Phone A5S.     W.J.Prendergast, Prop.  Diamond Vale Coal...       -12>i  Furnace Creek.......       .23  Granby..............    75.00  Galbraith Coal...... .26  Hewitt  ���  International Coal....       .86  Kendall.:.;:..-......        .85  La Plata Mines.......  Nicola Coal Mines.. -.-...- *. .03...  North Star,         .07&  PanhandleSuaelter...    ������*��� SS2%-  Rambler-Caiiboo         .20  Royal Colleries .."....  Snowstorm-.-.........   ,' 1.35 ���  Sullivan    ...   .06  Telk-Kwa Mines .......     .08  Western Oil, Ord'y..: *;yl.00  White Bear . .".";::...:   *y S>\%  A6KB  .40  4.50  .58  .04  110.00  3.00  .03^  - 2.12^  .15  .25  85.00  .28  5 00  .90  1.05  ���11^  - .05  .09^  .03  .23  .25  1.40  .07   .  .10  1.35  .02^  <5..|||IJKI5.=<5  -i��nj-BiituTaay--Hat"iri'eB'"  COMMENCING  TI  McAuliffe Stock Co.  Headed by the People's Favorite  Comedian  Jere McAuliffe  In a repertoire of High Class Plays  Thursday Evening  ". mm or m pfowr:  Our Fall and Winter  Stock now on display,  with a large variety and  wide range to select  from.  Come in and insoect  -.samples,   McRae Bros. Ltd.  Stationers, News Dealers, Etc.  Knob Hilt Ave. Phoenix, B.C.  Only 10,000 Shares to be Sold on the In  stallmeiit Plan at '18-jc per share  $10.00 Cash!  FOR BBT CRITICISM OF THIS ADVERTISEMENT  Thi  Award  ta  be  Mack  B/  thi  Editor of thi PIONEER, Dee. 24th  THE CARNEY COPPER CO. does not want your money,  except for value received.  THE CARNEY COPPER CO. is doing legitimate minmg.  THE CARNEY COPPER CO. has about iooo feel of development work done, with 35 feet of 3% ore uncovered.  THE CARNEY COPPER CO. owns 11 claims, and a water  rigbt valued at $25,000.  THE CARNEY COPPER CO:S properties are in the  famous Coeur d'Alene mining districts of Idaho.  THE CARNEY COPEER CO. is driving a tunnel which is  expected to enter the ore chute on the 500-foot level  within 90 days, when the stock will be worth 50c. per share.  If you warit to know all about one ofthe most promising   speculations in one of the bes't mining properties under actual  development in the Coeur d'Alenes, call on or write,  -p~    ^tJLRrrl]S^  P-^,oe,dx2,C2B.c.' Pres. Carney Copper Co.  Years and years   of   unbroken success have made  the   ELGIN  The  Standard Watch.  j Change of play nightly.' Specialties.bc-  .   tween acts. - Popular prices 25c.  50c. 75c.   Seats on sale  at Tom Brown's.  "eSSSE525HSa52S2Sasa525a5HSHSHSlS25  25ZSZ5d5SSSSZSS5?SS5^SSSSSZSESSSSS  tts^&ui^unMfmPit+MSnsmaax  ��r*-��lr<-M>lDl''-l"**tf''i**>-^^ f     "" "  /Ta. ���  Good Coal Stock is Better than a Bank  THE ROYAL COLLIERIES  t  1  ���t  Bent Slock of  -���-���-���- ��� ���- ��-o ���-��  FURNITURE. RUGS, Etc  - ever shown in Phoenix  With our additional Store House we can now  show  and  more varied stock than before  larger  9  6  a  0  0  ^OWHKH><K><><K>0?*0^<K><) OOOOOOO  D. MORRISON,  JEWKLER,  PHOENIX, B.  PHONE 64  BQGtQSQ&WiSiSQMQQQSQeWjQGiQG))  EXTRA   WELL   FURNISHED   ROOMS  Dining Room Given Special Attention.    Centrally Located.    No Bar.  Victoria Ave., Plioenix, B. C.    '"��� MISS IDA L. BAKER, Prop.  Paper=Type=Ink Z^St^  ��S; Tlie Phoenix Pioneer  -TEH SQUARE MILES OF COAL LANDS  A coii0olidaiion of the famous Harries Mine just north of  Lethbridge, Alberta, with several surrounding sections making itone of the largest and most valuable coal lands in Alberta.  Capital $3,000,000; 3.000,000 $1 Shares  Amount of coal underlying their lands is variously estimated at from 60,000,000 to 70,000,000 tons.  They have the same coal measures and the same quality,  of Domestic and Steam coal as the famous Gait and.Diamond  coal mines,  The Barnes Mine has been working for years and has  large areas of coal blocked out. In less than a year thi*6 stock  will be worth double the price at which it is Belling. We are :  prepared to pay 50c. a share for Diamond Coal, but the fortunate holders are aeking 75c. Gait Coal is coining money.for  its shareholders.    So will Royal Collieries.  . Unlimited Demand. Unlimited Output. Unlimited Dividends wi.l be the result  when  this  company completes its  ..       tipple and lays four miles of ttack across the level  prairie to  Lethbridg.*, where they conne.'t with tho A.R.& Land C.P.R.  Get in on the first issue of treasury shares which we are  offering to the public in blocks of 100 to 5000 at 25c.'per share.  The same people who flouted and made such a success of  International CoaKt Coke aiu the prime movers in Royal  .Collieries.', International went on the market at 25c. per  share and is paying 32 per cent annually on the money invested at this price. One dollar invested then is now worth  #3.1)2, an increase of 98 per ci'iit per year. Why be content,  with 3 per cent when an opportunity such as this presents  itself.  J\-i  CONTRACTOR and BUILDER  ... .Dealer in....  Lfrne, Btick,  Lumber and  all   Bmi&ing   Material.  OFFICE  -Cor. Old Ironsides ave and First Street.     PHOENIX, B.C.     (j)  PLANS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED A  ^<>o<><>o<r<y<><><yo-(y6  The  William Hunter Co., Limited.  Snmtnlmt Att-mup.  these three in our  ���,-  to-date Job Department  Mig'hitoii (Si Cavai*a*afgi*  BROKERS  Nelson, B. O.  Drawer 1082  Men's Suits  Men's Hats  Men's Shirts  I      Men's Shoes  Ladies' and Children's Goods  If Yotf Want a nice nobby and up-to-date suit you will  find a choice selection in our line of men's stylish clothing  for summer. We sell the kind that wear well and look well.  Men's Shifts You will find it hard to duplicate our handsome line of men's shirts, in golf and negligee with attached and detached cuffs plain and pleated bosoms.  Men's Hats A large assortment, just in, of those new  stylish blocks, in Black and Brown,  Men's Shoes Our line of shoes is complete, you should  see them before purchasing. Our patent calf dress shoes  and oxfords outshine them all.          Boy Suits A new iot of perfect fitting norfolks  and   three  piece suits, stylish.  See our.line of Ladies' Waists, Ladies' Shirts, Ladies' Cellars,  Ladies' Shoes, Ladies' Linen Underwear. Children's  Wash Dresses.  Girls'and Boys'waists.  I  The WILLIAM HUNTER CO., LTD.

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