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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Nov 28, 1908

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 *\ \cr  *v  AND   BOUNDARY   MINING JOURNAL.  Tknth Year.  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  SATURDAY.' NOVEMBER 28,  1908  No. 1  NOVEL ORE CAR       ;  AT NICKEL PLATE  Kdowna Tomatoes, gal, tins, 50c  J<cIo\yrta Tomatoes, 3 lb. tins,2Qc  These are the best canned Tomatoes e'vef put on the market;  mtde out of ripe Tomatoes grown in the famous Okanagan fruit  district.  Try a Gallon tin at 50 cents, and you will erne back for more.  Boundary Side Lights  S  'S  Mince Meat, 5 lb. pail, 85c  Plum Puddings, in jars, 75c  These have just arrived in a car of Fresh Groceries from  Hamilton, Out. ,  All our  Raisins, Currants and Candied   Peels will  arrive  ; ? ilii's'1 week. . ' '���������<��� ���?;;  New   California   Seeded  Raisins, 2 lb. for 25 cents  New Filiatras Currants, 2 lb. for 25 cents  New Lemon Peel, 25 cents per lb.  New Orange Peel, 25 cents per lb.  New Citron Peel, 35 cents per lb.  SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY  FRACHE BROS. LETTUCE, BURRIT'3 CELERY, TOKAY  -G.RAPES, MALAGA GRAPES, NEW WALNUTS,   NEW FILBERTS,  NEW BRAZILS,  OHIO CHESTNUTS.    -  FRESH APPLE CIDER, 15 Cents Per Quart.  TRY "THOSE EGGS" at 50 Cents per dozen  I  -if"-lf--^-r"Tr'  1  -*  SHOULD BE YOUR FIRST CONSIDERATION     IN     SELECTING  Xmas Presents  In buying our Goods we are very careful to  select only the best, and we will exchange  any unsatisfactory for any reason       :     :     :  Here are a few Samples:  Karat Cuff Links, Roman  Gold, $4.50 to $5.50  Karat  Cuff Links, Raised  Masonic, and Odd Fellows  Emblems, $5 to $7  14 Karat Cuff Links, Roman  Gold, $4.50 to $10  14 Karat, Tie Pins, $2 to $4.50  14 Karat Safety Pin Brooches,  $2.50 to $10 each  NUMEROUS  10  10  Operated   Successfully-   Since  First Installed.  At the Nickel Plate mine, in the  Similkameen, there is a novel ore-  dump car in use, which is the' .subject  of a write up in a.recent issue of' the  Engineering and Mining Journal. The  ore-dump is a remarkable piece of ingenious mechanicism, and was contrived and put into successful operation  by the mine superintendent, G. P.  Jones. The Engineering and Mining  Journal had the following reference:  : "Four years ago, annoyed by, excessive repairs to end gates and larches of  the mine cars, G. P. Jones, superintendent of the mines belonging to the  Daly .Reduction Co., Ltd., Hedley,  B.C., built a car dump, or tipple, designed to do away with the necessity  of gales on the cars by automatically  receiving the car, turning it ui side  down, and delivering it to a side track  for empties. The present well equipped  machine shops of. the company did not  exist at that time, so that the tipple  was roughly constructed by the mine  blacksmith as an experiment, and with  little expectation of permanency.  This tipple, however, was a success  (rom the beginning, and has been allowed to stand exactly as first erected,  no improvements having been found  necessary. In the past four years it  has dumped more than 8o,ooo cars,  holding two tons each, without a hitch  and at an exceedingly low cost for re  pairs. Most of the repairs that Have  been necessary.have been due to inexcusably rough usage, for so perfectly,  does this tipple work that the trainmen  are in the habit of shunting the first  car into it at full speed, and the shock  is sometimes excessive. Once a loaded  car, that had broken loose from the  train and run away, entered the tipple  was turned over,,dumped and set out  on theside track as though it were the  usual thing./Naturally this gave the  trainmen great confidence in its absolute reliability. ���  The tipple is 5 j��x 4 x 4 ft. It is  made of J4}-in boiler plate and 3 in.  angle iron. The trunnions are l set  equidistant from the ends and 18 ini  above the bottom, or about 2 ^ in. be^  lo'Withe centre of gravity of the empty lo^T s  4-cax._^'������; ^ '.-'��� : -i*���/- -':;>.��� M..officers.  The first car used is 6 in. shorter  than the inside of the tipple, for it was  siipr^sed��thafcthe.onr.-rriuot-pfu��,-��o��������.  before the tipple would begin to turn  over. But it was found that this was  not necessary, since the impact of the  car upon the bell crank, or knuckle, on  the back end of the tipple is more than  sufficient to start the tipping motion,  so that cheaper and stronger wooden  cars are now made. The bell crank  serves a three-fold purpose: It cushions  the blow of the car; it starts the tipple  to turning; and it kicks the car out  upon the side track, at the some time  easing the shock of return.  Were a new tipple to be made in a  more workmanlike manner, no change  in design would be necessary or desirable except perhaps, to substitute dash  pots or rubber cushions for the cables  that now limit the motion of this bell  crank and absorb much of  the shock.  The outgoing track, or side track for  empties, passes under the ingoing track  on a heavy grade; the empties descend  this grade through the momentum  e,iven them by the kick of the bell  crank.  The electric tramway upon which  they are run is 1 1,000 feet long with  an average grade of 5 per cent, which  necessitates the use, upon every fourth  car, of track brakes. These brakes are  made fool-proof in that they either  lock the wheels or lift the car from the  track, according to the direction in  which the brake wheel is turned.  From the ore-bin, where the tipple  is located, the ore goes to the mill in  six ton skips running on a three-rail  gravity tramway 10,000 ft. long, with  an average grade of 40.2 per cent, and  with a maximum grade of 71.2-per  cent., the rise being 4,000 ft. in the  entire length (both tramways. >"'  Duncan Ross has gone to .Ottawa;  J. R. Naderi, M.L.^.,. has returned  ROYAL EAGLES  SCORE SUCCESS  to Prince Rupert aftei*;a short visit in  the Boundary,"   ],    :|  Mine Insp'ector>4McGregor and  ArchieAberdeeri visited Carmi properties on Wednesday'.   J ���     .      '���'./������.  The telephone linef between Eholt  and' Greenwood' is ^receiving some  much needed repairsiV  The B.C.-Gazette Bjiinouhces the incorporation of the'Boundary Trust and  Investment companyjof Grand Forks.  A national apple 8|how' will be held  in Spokane next month. , Grand Forks  and other sections '^f B. C. will be  represented.      "���'''':;<���  H;'H. Shallenberger of Spokane;  who has been connected with Boundary mining for several years, was in  the Boundary this: ifpek.  D. A. McDonald;'has resigned his  position as preventative officer in the  Greenwood'customs|office and is going  into the insurance anti brokerage business, if  ... ���-- .-.4.  A, K.Stuart of Fort Francois has  been gazetted a justice of the peace.  Mr. Stuart and W.-H. Norris were the  founders of the Midway Advance, the  OTHERS TOO  TO MENTION  D. L. Mclntomlney Sells Out.  A transfer of some importance took  place this week when D. L. Mcln-  toniiney, city scavengei disposed of his  business to Gus Johnson and John  Anderson. The transfer included Mr.  Mclntotniney's real estate and four  mineral claims, buildings, considerable  live stock, scavenger equipment, and  some hundred cords of wood. The.  consideration    was    several  thousand  dollars.   Hockey Meeting Tonight.  Now that the winter chill is abroad  in Phoenix it is high time local hockey  enthusiasts were organizing for the  season. The Phoenix team covered  themselves with glory last winter in  passing through the season without  a defeat and capturing the intermediate  championship for British Columbia.  Some of the last season players are  not available for this winter, but there  is plenty of equally good material in  camp to fill the vacancies in the line  up. A meeting for the put pose of  reorganizing Phoenix Hockey Club  will be held at the Brooklyn Hotel  this (Saturday) evening at_S p. m. All  interested in hockey are " requested to  attend.  first newspaper' in |the   Boundary  in  1894.    ' ���/.���*���: ...  Mrs. I. M. Parsons of Minneapolis,  secretary of the Alliauce Gold Mining  company, is in thescity defending an  action for wages brought against her  company in thd county court by H. H.  Shallenberger.���Greenwood Ledge.  Tuesday evenings the following were  elected as officers of Boundary Valley  lodge No. 38, I.O;O.F, Greenwood:  D. A. McDonald, N.G.; J. A. Jaynes,  V.G.; A. Logan, ;.'R$ Sr; G. B. Taylor,  F.S.; E. H. Mortimer, treasurer.  Last week the;>Greenwood, Liquor  Co. received a shipment of goods  amongst which waS.a carload of Pabst  beer; and a car of Gooderham and  Worts. On Monday they unloaded a  car of Extra Special',which had come  west with Corby's^pecial train travelling only in, daylight'-; and escorted by  four   special,,, police ,and  two .excise  At' Wednesday-Knight's meeting of  Greenwood lodge;' No. 29, Knights of  j>jithia.o^i.tbe���Jfo.Unwinjer officersj were  elected for the term commencing Jami-'  ary 1, 1909: W. T.Thompson, C.C.;  Chas. Birce, V.C.; A. J. Logan, P.;  Chas. Dagman, M. of W.; A. D Hal-  lett, K.R.S.; Jas. W. Grier, M.F.; Wm:  Rowe, M.E.; Wm. Lawson, ,M. at A.;  Geo. Evans, I.G.  John W. Spalding was in the Boundary from Christena lake this week.  Mr. Spalding is the owner of considerable land around this beautiful spot,  and is at present making arrangements  to erect suitable buildings to accommodate the tourist "traffic which will  flow to his popular resort next season.  He has already purchased a gasoline  iaunchwith a capacity for twenty persons, which will be for use on the lake.  The Canadian" Pacific railway will build  a spur line'at Fife. ������������������  ���The following will act as an advisory board in connection with Dr.  Kingston's hospital, Grand Forks:  Mayor Fropp, P. T. McCallum, chairman of the board of health; A. B. W.  Hodges, manager of the Granby company; George Hull, postmaster; Percy  Clark and William Hoffman, employees  of the Granby smelter. An ambulance  is to be bought for use in connection  with the hospital, the Granby company,  Dr. Kingston and the city subscribing  the necessary money for its purchase.  Dr. Kingston is having plans prepared  for the enlargement of the present hospital, which will, when carried out,  provide accommodation for 36 to 38  patients.  _^  Bright LHe Ended. '  ,A sad death occurred at the home  of Mr. and Mts. William McGillveray  on Tuesday evening when their daughter, Annie May, passed away at the  age of eight years and six months.  Deceased was a bright, little girl and a  favorite among her associates. The  funeral took place Thursday afternoon  and was largely attended; the public  schnol was closed for the afternoon,  the pupils marching in a body. Interment took place at Greenwood, Rev.  leather Hartman officiating.  Local Minstrels Gave Splendid  Show Tuesday Evening.  Tuesday night was a red letter niglit  in the history of Phoeniv with regard  to its musical and entertaining talent.  The recently organized ��� Phoenix Royal  Eagle Minstrels gave'-'their   first "per.  forman'ce before an audience which' in  point   of   numbers   has   never  been  surpassed   in   the  opera  house. v Although many Phoenicians have known  of the musical talent in our7mountain  city, but few  were  prepared or  vi/ere  anticipating-such a  musical treat  as  was given by  the Royal   Eagle   Minstrels.    We  venture  to  say   that   no  other mining camp in the country the  size of Phoenix, has put on, from men  employed in the mines,  an   orchestra  of   eight   instruments,   all   first-lass  soloists,  and a circle of 22 choristers.  The orchestra was in great   form and  rendered   classic  overtures   as to the  manner born.      In   the  circle,   every  soloist   was   deservedly encored, and  the choruses were attacked with a precision and quality of tone that would  stand veiy good comparison   with any  company, opera or minstrel, which has  performed   in   the   Boundary.    Both  orchestra and chorus gave evidence of  careful training.    'J he   local nuts that  were cracked between   end   men  and  interlocutor were leCeived by the large  audience with much applause  It would be invidious to refer to any  number en the" long' program, which  was much better than another-.; ,'.Cttpt.  Smith made a decided hit as interlocutor, and Miss Flossie Graham an  ideal mascot, while Miss Manhart was  a dainty "Girl from Japan." A full  measure of praise is deserved, by each  member of the troupe���orchestra,  soloists, mascot, chorus and management���for the splendid entertainment  they gave Tuesday evening. J. R. V.  Dunlop, as general director, and ;C.  Halverson, as leader of the orchestra;  being particularly responsible for its  success. ��� ������'���'���''���. ���-���'���''���  ���������'  After the minstrel show the orchestra  played for dancing in the ball room,  and maintained the reputation they  had earned pearlier in the evening of  beingitopnotchers.,,:  -The fupd for erecting a Sun Parlor  ,at,.t.he���Pboenix,^  benefitted to the extent of over "^200 by  the gratuitous services rendered by the  JPhoenixJiQV.aLEaele.,Minstrels.__.;   The caste was as follows:  Interlocutor, Capt. G. Smith.  Mascot, Miss F. Graham.  Boundary Mining Notes  Old Timer la Camp.  W. T. Smith, an old timer in the  district but now a resident of Lillooet,  is in the city. Mr. Smith came to the  Boundary in 1386 and located a number of claims about a mile from Boun  dary Falls and afterwards known as  Smith's camp. A large amount of  development was done on these prop  erties, although they did not perhaps  quite come up to expectations. He  was interested in a number of other  properties in the district, among them  the Stemwinder at Phoenix. Mr.  Smith spent more money in development than any other of the old-timers,  and made money out of his investments. He is still largely interested  in the district.��� Ledge. Mr. Smith  was calling on Phoenix friends on  Saturday.  Bassos, James Fee, R.Owens, W.  Bellis, J. Thornton, W. Pierce, T.  Brown, J. Pierce. " ���������'���-���:  Tenors, R. K; McCammon; W. K.  Hyslop, W. Humphreys, C. H. Flood,  W. E. Norman, F. Ellard, L. Greene.  Bones, O. N. Galer, G. Cole, F.  Daly, C. H. McAstocker.  Tambos, J. R. V. Dunlop, and J.  Anthony.  Orchestra: Clarinet, C. Halverson;  Piano, C. King; Violin, A. Strutzel;  Cello, A. Biner; Cornet, j. Findlay;  Trombone, H. Richardson.  Committee; Dr. W. H. Dickson, C.  H. McAstocker, Capt. G. Smith.  Stage Manager and Director, J. R".  V. Dunlop.  Work is progressing favorably on the  Rambler property, West Fork, the  tunnel  being now in a distance of 200  (eGt- \ :���'&���*���  Snowshoe ore shipments showed another increase this week; 1,200 tons  being sent to Greenwood smelter and  1,710 tons to Trail.  Unusually heavy shipments have  been made from the Gold Drop this  week as a result of the curtailment iri  shipments from the No. 3 Granby  tunnel. .    -.'.. ..��� '..-'-   .  The B.C. Copper company's smelter  treated 12,604 tons of ore this week  as follows: Mother Lode, 9,97 8; ' Oro  Denbro, ��48; Custom ore, r,t 90; other  proprelies, 588.  At the Phoenix Amalgamated work  is about to be commenced on a tunnel  which will tap the shaft and cutoff the  grade to the proposed aerial tram line  for shipping purposes.  v'\C. P. Dunster,"mining engineer,- of  Maiquette, Mich., has'been examining  the Prince Henry and Elkhorn and  other mining claims in the Boundary  during the past week. Mr.: Dunster  is repiesenting E. MW Breitunc, a  prominent financier ;of Chicago/ who  is- interesting himself in Boundary  properties.  - - - , ���;;������,.-.:...'.   :.;;w  :. A 150-foot tunnel has just been  Completed on the Sally group. The  if'aice of the tunnel is all in pre and it  is'estimated that there is frcm '50 to  ,75 feet of stoping above it. It is ex-  ipected that shipments from this valuable property will be larger this winter  than in any previous season. The pre  is being teamed to Midway for shipment to Trail smelter.'     ���       '.;,  ;  \  P. F. Roosa, manager of the. Do,  minion Copper company who has'been  acting as receiver and.' provisional  liquidator of the company, left on  Thursday for .New York.:;; A meeting  of the Directors of the company will  .be held at its head office in New York  'early next week at which matters in  connection with reorganizing of Dominion Copper will be dealt with.  ���   A  large cave-in  took place in the  Granby   mines   on   Monday   evening,  being  a   continuation   of the cave-in  Ujipm.,the.^lp,ry, hole early yn .the sum-  imer. ' The cap in^No.  '5  chute was  broken out and a large amount of fine  Tmjick,,went.through into No. 2 tiinn.el...  The cleanng:awayortne, mucR is now  going on   and   regular  shipping from  No. 2 tunnel will be restored in a day  or two. I  .,; Work commenced last Sunday on]  the replacing of the old conveyor at  No. 3 Granby tunnel with a new one.  The Bartlett & Co. bucket tram conveyor is being superseded by a 43-inch  rubber belt conveyor, similar to the  one in use at the Victoria shaft.and  which has given excellent satisfaction.  The new conveyor will have a capacity  of 150 tons per hour, and the installing will be completed about the  middle of next week. At the No. 3  crusher a new 150 horse power West-  inghouse motor is being installed,  replacing two 75-horse power motors.  GOLD FOR  OTTAWA  A GET RICH  QUICK SCHEME  Lands    Young   Man   Behind  Bars for a Term.  The first case of any seriousness to  come up in Grand Forks police court  for sone little time occupied Magistrate  Cochrane's attention Thursday of last  week. A young man of about 22 years  of age was charged with forgery. He  gave his name as C. W. Matthews,  but he would not state from where he  came. He arrived in town on the  Tnoeday evening previous, aiid wasted  no time in getting down to business.  The checks which he was endeavoring  to cash were suppossed to b�� '1>��<!�� of  the Granby company, and bore the  name of Mr. Wooster, the treasurer of  \he company. He endeavored to pass  one for $58 on Geo. Clark, of Clark  Bros., but Mr. Clark having handled  a large number of the company's checks  readily noticed that the paper presented  to him was not genuine, and refused  to cash it. He immediately, notified  Mr. Wooster, also the police officials  of the city that a man was in the city  endeavoring to cash forged checks.  The police started out in search of  their man and located him at the  Colin hotel in the upper town. Constable Dinsmore noticed the man try  to escape when he appeared on the  scent', and drawing his gun commanded  him to stop. The culprit, however,  did net heed the command, and the  conscable but a bullet whistling past  him. The man evidently thinking he  had heen hit, fell to the ground. The  handcuffs were soon placed on him  by Constable Dinsmore and he was  esco.t,d to the jail. He managed to  casli me check at the Pacific hotel for  $58 md endeavored to cash a second  one it the Colin, but Mr. McDonald,  who had been warned, turned him  down. Matthews pleaded guilty and  was sentenced to eighteen months in  ;'Nel-." jail.  Odd Fellows Elect Officers.  At the last meeting of Snowshoe  Lodge, No. 46, I.O.O.F., the following  officers were elected for the ensuing  term: N.G., W. J. Rutherford; V. G.,  John Tait; R.S., W. A. Pickard: P.S.,  T. A. Love; Treas., R. Silverthome.  " 'Twixt Love and Money" ���two  full hours of humor and pathos.  B.C.  MINTf  Assayer Sizing up Production  For Turning Out   Coins. I  That Canadian gold coins will soon  be an assured fact is made apparent  by the visit to the Pacific slope of Mr..  R- Pciirson, chief assayer in the Ottawa  mint, who has been travelling-through  the Boundary, and Kootenay with the  object of investigating the gold resources of the lower part of the province. He will probably visit the Yukon in a few months. : j  When interviewed Mr. Pearson stated  that plans for the gold refinery to be  erected in Ottawa in connection .with  the mint have been completed. And  he expected that construction worlc  would commence immediately. He  said he anticipated the production of  gold coins in Canada within the neat  future; although he could not state  exactly when the manufacture of these  coins would commence. ;   ''"  Mr. Pearson added that al most, the  entire production, of gold in ; tfie~T)"o*.  .minion .would, be required for the  manufacture of coins at Ottawa, which  would stem the golden tide that is hdw  flowing across the Boundary line into  the United States. ;  ' While refusing to disclose the result  of his preliminary investigations into"  the Roid5te6outces^pf the province, the  assayer stated that T?b^jox>'-T��������^.0f^  gold are brought out every year with  the copper,r iri the interior, and inti;  mated that arrangements might be  made' to extract the valuable metal  from copper  for use  in  the  Ottawa  mint.   . ;���.���:.���-���---.-"-��� ::"."������'  Paper bills, he said, would still be  used after the introduction of gold  coins, but he was of the opinion that  gold money would be more generally  preferred.  rr\- L I,  ,M|" '-  BdUNDARY?SlM.L.A.  JOITO^  1 ���....       : ���'...     . ��� ������  John Mclnnes and Miss Mc-  Kihnon Married -Monday;  An interesting event took place at  the home of MK and Mrs. Danny  Deane at" ten o'clock Monday morning  when John Mclnnes, Socialist representative in British Columbia Legislature for the Boundary riding, .and  Jvliss Fannie1 McKihnon, recently/from  Cape Breton, were united in marriage;'  The wedding .was a quiet one, being  wicTicsscu unly by intimate friends of  the contracting partiei~Theceremony  was performed by the Rev. Samuel  Lundie, pastor of St. Andrew's Pres-  ' byterian church. The bride was attended by Miss Sarah Halahan, while  John Appleby was best man.  After the ceremony the wedding  party adjourned to the private dining  room of Deane's hotel, where an elaborate wedding breakfast was served,  the table and entire room being beautifully decorated.  Mr. and Mrs. Mclnnes left on the  2.10 train amid showers of rice and  good wishes for the coast on a month's  honeymoon, and will probably not return until the close of the next legislature which meets at Victoria . in  Januaiy, and which Mr. Mclnnes will  attend.  Mr. and Mrs; Mclnnis were the recipients of many beautiful presents,  and a large circle of friends will join  the Pioneer in congratulations.  Latest Prices la Metals  Nkw York���Copper, electrolytic, $14-  00 @ $U,25; lane.$14 25 @ $14.50.  Bar Silver, 50  Lead, $4 57)�� �� *4.62.  Speher. $5.05 (8 J5.10  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  The following table given the ore shipments of Boundary minea (or 1900, for 1901, (or <  ��nd 1907. as reported to the Phoenix Pioneer���  1 1903. for 1905, for 1904, >'or 190s,  or 1906,  #           Mink.  A Grauby Mines...  Y Snowshoe.. .  9 Phoenix Aiual.  1900  64.553  >97  1901  331,762  t.73i  190-1       t9<>3  309,858 393.7>��  20,800    71,312  1904  549.70J  1905  65J.SS9  I9O6  801.404  m B. C. Copper Co.  a     Mother Lode.���  9     B. C Mine   19.494  99,034  47.405  650  S03  55��  1,040  "875  6��5  a.ooo  350   So  141.330  14.311  7.455  138.��79  ���5.537  ���S.73I  "sfiii  363  3,435  174.'9��  37T9����  16,400  3-".350  3.O70  3.J50  >./59  4,586  3.450  222  3��4  33  147^76  105,900  9.485  3.����7  20  55-731  25,108  J.056  1.747  II S04  ��� Hoifiiie Belle   m Dora. Cop. Co....  T     Br'lclyu-rtlem..  V     Idaho-....   3.177  140.685  2.960  26.03a  48,390  3.555  *     Mountn Rose..  i.aoo  1.076  1,350  150  560  .........  625  482  2,060  "890  2x9  "  1.833  ^ Brey Fogle   A No. 37   J Reliance-   9 Sulphur King���.  A Winnipeg.. ...._.  ��� Golden Crown._  A King Solomon...  T 3ig Copper   ��� City ofl'ariB   X Riverside   ��� Canni   9 Sally   X Rambler   ��� Butcher Boy   _ Providence   A Strathmoic ......  I Golden Uagle...  A Prince Henry....  1 Skylart   ��� Last Chance   A K. P. 0. Mine...     13  ��5��     "'586  "i'fro  3.��3��         -"   ���  993  400  167     145  7.0  '5��  20  OSr,  73  20  40  90  20  500  79  736  '3  v>  3-o   60  75'  X06  76  ,1  I    I4O  I40  5S|  A Don Pedro   .'.'.'.���.���.'.'.'.'  45  ., Crescent   Y Ruby   i'S  A Republic   I Miscellaneous...  SOO  1907  ��>3.��7  135.00,  1908  951.696  32.036  245  Past  Week(  J3.25�� ,  2910 '  208.321  1,7"  18,274  14,481  43.J95  ".'53  64,173  31.370  3i,��58  270.357       9.847  649  63,760  5 7So  10,740  3,602  53"  120  59<��  90  40  700  60  324  30  53  390,800508,876 690,419 829,80*    ,j3,6iS 1.161,537 1,148,237 1,311.565     36,599  Tot��l,t.��.->  00,600  Smelter treatment���  Granby Oo  62,3s;   230,828 112^40 401.9" 596,=3-!  B c CooperCo  117.611 148,600 162,913 2io,.(S4  Dom.Cop.Co - 13*.570 3��.93o  6S;,93;j 818,879  310830 123,740  8.059   318,811  637,626  341.951  ���53.439  91 ���',239  3*1.42*  22,661;  OS2.8.-7 1.172,430  ���,133.017 1.359.3*3    31.631]  8  Mtwswmwt  RSRCJWWE sm-  ml  m  imh  m  mm  fti  THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  NASAL CATARRH  PRODUCES DEAFNESS  RELIEF IN PE-RU-NA.  Mr. R. J. Arleua, 401 City Hall Ave.,  Montreal, Quoboc, is an old gentleman  of wide acquaintance, having served  thirty-eljht years in the General Post-  office of Montreal, a record which  opeaks for itaolf. Concerning his use of  Peruna, see letter given below.   5JT   Few Canadian weeklies can boast of  a more attractive special number than  that just issued by the Slocan Mining  Review, published, at New Denver.  The front page is of particularly at*  tractive design, and many beautiful  scenes of New Denver, Silverton, and  Slocan camps were reproduced. The  resources of the district were cart-fully  presented, and the photos of men who  had made the district added tone to a  creditable advertising number.  PROVINCIAL.  on  a  MR. R. J. ARL.ESS.  "I   have  been  afflicted   with nasal  mtarra to inch a degree that it affected  toy hearing.  "Thii was contracted some twenty  years ago by being exposed to draughts  ���nd sudden changes of tempera ture.        .  "Ihave been under the treatment of j ^.^u^ia ��.c iciwim iu wc unumuK  &��!^*a%al^'ttrj2g |o����d business for February at presVnt  recommended as,spec!Acs,for catarrh  In the head and throat���all to no pur-  The estimated value of agricultural  crop of the three western provinces of  Manitoba, Saskatchevan and Alberta  is $125,000,000���a splendid sho-ving  for a population of net more than a  million.  Old man Simpson of the Cranbrook  Herald is at the coist recuperating in  health. The Herald is one of our  brightest- exchanges and Editor Simpson is entitled to an occasional holiday.        s  Copper Leading Way In Recovery.  As the copper industry was the first  to feel the business  depression   from  which the country is now emerging, so  it is now leading the way in therewval  of industry, with prices of the various  grades of,the metal rapidly mounting  and   with   stocks   already  practically  exhausted.    The    great   Calumet   &  HecIaCopper company has withdrawn  from the market and does not expect  to re-enter it within a month, and other  producers are reported to be declining  "About three years ago I was lndnoed  by a confrere In o>7k^to,t*y'j?��rruna.- >-  _^_��iA,tU��..����m<f-n>BltaHon> aa I had  -""iSonbU aa  to  results  after so many  /ailnrea, J gave Porun. a trial, ��nd am /  prices. Manufacturers of copper wire  .and insulated wire in Boston have  made two advances in the prices of  thtir products in consequence of the  heavy   demand   for   the   metal,   and  Leslie Crauford has been appointed  Nelson's city engineer.  Work has. been commenced  new skating rink at Fernie.  P. R. McDonald, of Rossland, has  received his appointment as a justice  of the peace.  Captain John Patterson, one of Nelson's oldest residents, is dead, aged 68.  He was a native of Linthligow, Scotland.  Charles Somers, a former army  tailor who is on the pension list, was  struck and killed by a C P.R train  near Kam loops on Friday.  Sixty carloads of fruit have been  shipped from the Coldstream estate at  Vernon this fall. Six carloads went to  England and four to Australia.  By order-in-council the Dominion  government has given Vancouver a  perpetual lease of Stanley park, one of  the finest natural parks in the world.  At a convention of school trustees  at Revelstoke last week a resolution  was passed favoring the establishment  of a model school in the Kootenays.  The   Belgo-Canadian   Fruit   Lands,  Co. has been formed   in Antwerp with  a capital of one and a half million  francs to do business in   British Columbia.  A rumor is current in  Victoria that  the C.P.R.. is negotiating for  the purchase of the big  Hill liner Minnesota  C  for use under the C.P.R.  flag  in the' N  Industrial Boom In Canada.  Trade and  financial  conditions  in  fie Dominion are today better ihan'rt  aiy   previous  time   s nee    1902,   ac^  cording to the  statement of  Rudolph  Forget, M.P., President of the Montreal   Stock   Exchange.    There   is   a  broadening tendency visible all around,  and the indications are that there will  be a good market for some months to  come.    All* the   hanks   are   loaning  money at 4# per cent., and, in fact,  money has never been so easy while  the country's crop is on the move.  That confidence is now pretty well  restored, Forget has no doubt and with  the effects of Judge Tafl's election in  the United States he is of the opinion  that money conditions in Canada will  improve more'rapidly than at any time  since the panic, which upset things  generally on this1 side of the line. The  industrial situation has greatly improved  on almost all lines in Canada, In some  cases the increase has been  per cent upwards over the  month.  Range  speak highly in Zani Buk\ ftvor is Mr  '"  E. Sinful il, of Weston,   King's Co ,  S.     Mr.   Weston is a Justice ��.f the  ice for the countv, and   a   nieinl>er  Jo' the Board of School Commissioners.  JTfiere is every prospect of a gas plant  He   ;s   also   deacon   of  the   Baptist  being installed in   Femie in  the  near {church in Berwick.    Indeed,  through  REDUCES   THOSE  BAKING   HOURS!  Why have an oven,  sufficient only for three  pies when "Sask-alta"  Range oven will take  four pies and other  cooking?   The more  baking space you have  ���the less fuel you use���the less work you do  Fuel and work are just about the main items  of expense in the  kitchen.     "Sask-alta"  Range saves both  for you.  MSClaiyS  earned thfprlisfof merf andTomen      Lontfon' T��r��ot*M��*Ml Wtadpei. Vancouver. St John, rUmlU.n. Ctlcary'  in the highest stations of life   One of HUNTER-KENDRIOK   CO., Ltd.. Local Agents.  the   latest  prominent   gentlemen    to'  r,.-., c.relol    ~U.  JAMES Q, ricKEOWN.  KOBT.CARSON,2^  All kinds oj light and AeZTZ^~  ttig a specialty.-      .    .    . \    ?  PHONE ai'  from   25  previous  ECZEMA AND  JrlLES CURED  1  Magistrate  and   School  Commissioner Healed  By Zam-Buk-  J   1  &��� s; HOOD,  Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C  SHAVING PARLORS  AND     BATHROOM.  NVxi n��or to McKne Bios  iuici |,-||  av. nut,-  trans-Pacific trade;  *��PPy to state taut after us/afeight'or /'?'m'I*r advances are planned in olher  fcbrdugh the nostrils." "*��� I cate   of   copper   and   brass  working  ./plants   said.recently:  The Phoenix Pioneer  And. Boundary Mining Journal.     ,  future j and should it become an eslab  Iished fact, it will be a valuable acquisition to the utilities of the town.  Having increased   its   capital   from  $100,000  to   $500,000,   the   Hudson  PiWEERBUBLISHWacO.  at paoanzx. a. c.  T. ALFRED LOVE. Manaqcn.  ( 4>ioo,ooo  to   ^500,000,   the   Hudson  "We  have   sent.' 965   telegrams  to Bay TIlsurance Company, in operation  agents, salesmen and customers, north,  in Saskatchewan for  three years,   with  south,  east and west,   advising  them headquarters at Moosejaw, has removed  that, as copper is about to go upward its head office t0 Vancouver,  at a sharp jump all products of copper      Co|one| CovemQr q{ b^  and bass made by us will be advanced I. ,   ���     . . ,       ���    ,     ,  , '  I ish Honduras, is coming from England  almost at once.    Copper wire, which is  .    _   ...,-. ,     , ���   ..    ���       .���   ..    ..  ,. ,. ,       .      f to British Columbia to investigate the  J5-cent higher than it was a few days f .,     ���.   , , ��:  .       >..,-' -    . - - case of the  Hindus  whom  it is pro  ago,,.will-be increased to 16 cents a , _   .        ".     ,        ���      , ,   ���  ,,..'���. ���*..-���  posed to transport from Canadas Pa  pound.    I believe that copper will be    ���<- ��� .       -    TT  .               ...        ,       .                  cine coast province to Honduras,  at   ;6 cents within a few  days.    Wej   Telephones    f**a*��� office No. 14  ) Maaacer'a residence.  No. is.  'srmfcaxrnoirs in advahcb.  NrTtir. ��� ���.-.   ���ir-afointlii....;.   Tatnc'tTnited States: per ye��r_ ���...  *^y^^^-;^wy^ i|��.'^ii%^mi^  IlabelV  ��9��>8        NOV.  1908  -�����!. ���������. Tati.iWad.   Thi  Fr..    Sit.  ��� I-    -��      3 ' .4     ^5'  8-     9   /io    t-t    12  *5.  ��6 ' ��7    18'  19  "*9    3��   '  r  6'     7 ,  13; 14' l  JO     21  a?    a8  Oar Tcatb Birthdav.  With lhisv issue" "the' Pioneer enters  upon its tenth year of existence. Nine  years ago the paper was founded by W.  B. Wilcox, who ably guided its destinies  until last April, when it was taken over  by the present management. '*  Exhibiting great faith in the future  of the then struggling mining camp in  a mountainous wilderness, Mr. Wilcox  have covered our wants in copper b>  closing for all we shall require to the  end of January.  "Producers are declining  proffered  business for February at present prices.  We are going to put at work about  nnp...lhniisand_mntp._hn��d�����..K..0.���-~  in the west-and "southwest is starting  up in great shape. Our agents and  salesmen in those sections are pouring  in orders by wire, and our telephone  wires are hot with orders for copper  and brass, products from New England  and the middle states."  John R. Stanton, the head of several  large copper mining companies, said:  '���The copper situation is very strong  and i4f�� cents for lake is being refused.  On account of the.turbulent condition  of the-London market there is a  general tendency on the part of agents  to hold off, in the belief that higher  prices are only a,questioniof a short  time. The boom caught -us sooner  than we expected,* and''there is little  January lake copper to'be had-ih~Jhe  present market. There is every indication that copper will reach 15 cents'  within a'few.weeks."  MINING AT COBALT  Last Year it Produced Mac Million Ounces of  Silver.' - '.    ,  In .the Toronto Globe recent|y John  A. Ewan graphically"describes the Co-  -1 A Progressive Publication.'   ^-  The special Thanksgiving number  of the "Canadian Pictorial," recently  received, shows in addition to its wealth  of beautiful harvest pictures and other  -fine photogravures, several new and  interesting features which are to be  continued with other attractions in the  / enlarged  started his Pioneer publicity to let The I Z���T:^ >|i���e^ Christmas  peopieof the,wor,dLow ,iiM^fconhese ^   ��\ ^"^  ,Wr..i k_....^. ��� '      ��� ���-./.������ A" |,Vne of these is a  complete story;  a  S^^-series of |-pid Favourite  Songs, 'words and musicv compietV*  whicli will appear in - each issue.  Remarkable as' has - been 'the ^popu-  derful heritage iri  minerals there was  in the  Boundary   district.    Renewed  assurance came with each succeeding  year, producing minesfollowed development, the camp grew in population and  importance ..until today Phoenix is a  thriving city and  the shipments  from  Boundary mines represent seventy pet     n\  cent, of the ore production of British  Souvenir  to send to   friends  abroad:  Columbia. None better.    (10c a' copy,  $r.oo, a  Simultaneously the Pioneer grew in  year;   The  Pictorial   Pub'is'iing   Co.,  importance  as   a    newspaper   and   a   14�� St. Peter St, Montreal) *���  mining journal  of standing.     Todaj  bait district of northenvOnta-rio, where  #^v^xr.��^v;o--cT��ixr-t��r-u-TOrcctr--crr--KroailVT~!r5!  miles square 9,000,000 ounces of silver  were produced Hast "year arid he predicts that this year will see it increased  .by nearly one>lhird. pne mine is now  being worked at1 the 300-foot level and  several others are down to the 200-foot  level, and permanent conditions are fast  replacing those of the early unsettled  times when "nothing had been proven  and everything seemed doubtful as to  future production; The boiler capacity  of thecamp in 1906 was 3,406 horsepower and early this year it was 8,000,  while the number.of-compressors had  increased,from 20 in 1906 to 58 at this  time,-with 100 hoists and 400 air and  steam drills. \v*ith r5 dividend paying  mines, 12 non-dividend paying mines  and at least four others, approaching  production it would appear that Cobalt  is a camp of remarkable production for  its age. Piognostications and predictions have been upset as the camp  ontinues .to .output and increase its  production. -Permanent improvements  are now taking the place of pioneer  makeshift methods and Cobalt is regarded as a camp to be counted upon  silver production for many yean to  come.  out the country it would be difficult to  find a man more widely known and  more highly respected.  Sometime back  he had.occasion to  test Zam Duk, and here is his opinion  of tin's great balm. %\ He   pays:   "I had  a patch of ecciema on my ankle, which  had been there for over twenty   years!  Sometimes   also   the  decease   would  I break out   on   my   shoulders.     I  had I y^  I taken solution of arsenic,' had applied'  various ointments, and tried all   s yrts  of things to obtain a cure, but iu vain.  Zam-Buk, unlike all else I tried, proved highly satisfactory,   and   cured  the  ailment.  "I   ha\e   also  used  Zam-Buk   for  itching piles, and it   has   cured  them  completely also .    I take  comfort   in  helping my brother   man,   and   if the  publication of my experience of Zam-  Buk will lead other sufferers to try it,  I should be  glad.    For  the  cure   of  piles   or   skin   deseases'   l��[Juiow_,<of  nqtrilngnto eqnat"Zanf.Buk."      -     ^";  'Zam huk   also   cures 1 burns.-,cuts,  ulcers,'   blood   poisopin��^_rina.wotni,  5caip~sdre, chapped' hands, ��� cold: "sore,  and  all   skin   injuries   and   diseases.  Rutbed ',well. on  the  to'thVchest in  cases of cold it relieves  the   tightness  and"aching.   .All druggists   and, store  sell   at   50c   box, or   post   free   from  Zam-Buk Co., Toronto,   for   price,   3  boxes for $1.25  Eleven women were candidates in  the English municipal elections and  only two were elected.  INDIGESTION  SLOW STMVAHON.  ^t?ffff?Tfffrt?ftffffftTfffftTffTf?ffftfiwwftfnfitfnfnfwwWwi  I DEANE'S HOTEL   DANNY DEANE, Proprietor. ���  Phoknix, H. 0.  Matthew's BartFiJi,  LOW RU   TOWN.  FOR   AN    EASY   SHAVE  AND STYLISH HAIRCUT  BATHS    IN   ���_______��� CONNBCTI0H  PtiOKNJX    i.o no H  S. H. m L f.. No. 47.  Meets every WKDNHUDaY KnnlB'. |���  Sc��iH��ln��-Un nan, old Ironildw iwnur  Visiting brelhten <ordl��lly welcome/  KM. PHRNSTROM, Prt.'U.nt  A. O. JOHNSTON, Klu. ttcy.  This is the Largest and Newest  Hotel in the city, heated  by ^  fc    hot water and  well  furnished  throughout for the accommodation "^  ^    of the public.    Everything   Ne��t,  Clean  and Up-to Date.    Meals ^  g-    served at all hours, special  attention  beinir uivcn   the   Diningroom. -��  Centrally  Located  on  Hie Bridge,  Fifth Streef,  Phoenix. ^  gT      STEAM   HEATED.                  ELECTRIC   LIGHTING.                 TELEPHONE   48 IS  PHOENIX NEST .���>   ORDER OF OWLS.  Meets every Thursday Rvin  iNO.nt Miners'Union Hill  CordUl Welcome toBrtlhrtn. Viiiilng  DAVID  OXLEY,  PtttUinl.  WM. LOUTTIT, Stcreury  |-    KingEdward Lodge, No.36  A. F.a'iid A. M.  egulsr conimimlcstion S p. m,    Sti  .    ond Thursday ofeach month.  Kmer^ent meetings asc��lled:M>ioiiii  Hsll.McHsle Block.  M.8HEBBINO,  Secrctarr.  Hotel Brooklyn  ���*'*S3Sfl*y*-  The-OnlylFir6t��eiass-"and Up-^o1-  Date Hotel in Phoenix.~ANew  from cellar to roof. Best Sample  Rooms in the Boundary,.Opposite  G N. Depot. Modern Bathrooms  Steam   jt    Heated  JAMES HARSHALL, Prop.  i. o.a f.  BNOWSHOH LODGK NO. id  Meets every Mouday Evening  at Miners' list  Claiting brethren cordially invited.  W. A.  PlCEABD Noble Uraud.  W. K. Hisrx>p,'Kecora. Seej.  '(.- T. A   LOVS, Prr. Flnsn. Becy.    ���"^^*  A.BRIK  A'O. in*  Meets ill Union Hull  Tuesday evening*.  Visiting    brotcen  always wel-omr  I   Wsis.W. P.  C McASTocciiit  W. Sec  Ltadlne  Hoel'of Boundary's lsidla|  Mining Csois  Clever Stories.  ;? In the Family Herald and VVeekly  Star this week, there begins a series of  short stories entitled. "The Old Home  Hotiie" which are Very-clever. A  complete story .appears in each''week's  paper. There are eleven in ixfrr'lSvery  paragraph means roars, of laughter and  enjoyment.    The Family Herald and  Food is to the human body what fuel  is to a furnace. Without the aid of food  the body starves and dies, just as a  furnace fire dies, grows cold, when not  fuppKed with fuel. Undigested food  deca; s. So long as itlies in the stomach  it -is fermenting���giving off noxious  .gases and acid fluids that poison the  .blood and flow with it all through the  system.  You cannot be healthy in such a  condition. You must surely lack the  snap, the energy of mind and muscle,  of brain and body,, which, are necessary  to the eujoyuientof life's good things-  its work and play. There is no enjoyment lor the man or woman whose  stomach is out of order.  When   your   food   fails .to   supply  nourishment through  rich red blood.  you are  being starved  in muscle and  .���nerve���starved as truly as the man who  lins nothing to eat���only yours is slow  Mother Seigel's Syrup, the great  /.remedy for indigestion) has had 40  years of unvarying success alLover the  world.. By aiding the organs""?)!  digestion to perform th.eir work  I naturally, it has given health and  comfort lo millions. ,;>Vc have thousands  of letters attesting such cures. Her�� is  one from���  Hotel Balmoral  Oor.n��r. Knob nil] Ave., and First 8t.  'PHOENIX, B.C.  i. A  its.ore records are not only official,  its;mining news recognized as' authentic, but it enjoys  a larger number oi  Bugler's Phllosopuy���LI.  Resolved, that .every day'is 'lhanks  giving to a good man.    He is thankful  Ulvertoa  /-who writing  -For over tea  this season.are renewing monthsaheid ' r^^^S^^f^.J't  so as not .0 miss a single paper;-'Trie ' to try -Mother Iigel% fea^|  Family Herald and -VVeek'y Star hi-' itl'? trouble ceased after taking a couSi  comes more valuable every year and ft I ;ot vour valuable preparafaon,  should find a place in every 'Canadian ' ForsalebJra"3'-adin&Drugrisu&Me���hBt!��  home.' . .   /   ' A i ,,^,,wSts^a��'0"ie. .���������������  ���    f,      . �������� J- White & Co.:;i<w.j^^ Montreal.  . ..      ���  giving  readers than any other mining weekly for his eye sight, he is thankfnl that he  published in the Dominion. lives in an-age when he can thiuk and  The  present  management has  en   say what he pleases, when black bigotry  deavored to continue the giving of all  and superstition.1 are gone.    There .are!  possible reliable infnn����tii�� ^^��..���-~-��  possible reliable information connected I  ao more wood nymphs and mermaids  hasbeen   encouraged   by   a s'te^dv \w*       *> '*"??:U* wiser ev-y day  grow.hin.tssub.cription^ " l?*��� lh^^Jawor,d is so.  We have every confidence in a yX ^ I^T U ��� *���\  ��,��,#��. toi.      ���       -j,  .     Z,c "l a * "happiness and health, we ��� it is un tn  ^^ --�� be o,,et 6rato r.pri.i,eget���^s���,elsbelh^  ^^ ifulfosliukg. I  ^St^gS COntai,1S t,,e riCheSt ki"d ��f ���islnnent  tS^c^sSen;!16 di^Sdve^a- are u��aWe to assimilate  But BOVRIL, contains all tl,e valuable nutritive elements  of. beef ready for immediate assimilation into the svsten  A diet of BOVRII, quickly rebuilds wasted strength and  giyes increased vitality to tht body. strength and  YOUR DEALER HAS IT OS CAN GET IT FOR you  T. RODKRICK,  ,,  '    W.M,  Qreenwood   Liquor   Co.  Wo furnish the trade all over the   It mnd.iry  the Choicest  Imporl< d and Domestic  Wines, Liquors and Cigars  As w,. ship direct in Carloads, we   can   make  prices right, and give prompt shipment.  Jas. McCreath & Co.  OKKKVH'OOn, H  c.  OAlRV  K.ofP.I.0D..E,No.28   PHOENIX, B.C.   Meets everyTukmmv  Evkkino'     :    :  Sojourning  Brothi"* C^rdla I)  ,W��Icorne<l.  , ���   j  K   H. MCCRACXKN.    K. of s. s.  K.C. GRAHAM. <;.C  MINERAL. ACT.  FOKM   1".  Cerilflcsle of laproveaieals.  NOTICE.  "Number One," "Number Two" ami  "No. 3" Mineral Claims, Pi'tuute in the  Greenwood   Mining    Division-of   Yule  District.  Where locatpd���I" Greenwoo-.! ramp.  TAKE NoTICK iliat-I, l^aac II. H��l-  lett, Fi-ci! Mnet'sCetlificate No. HN1CU  for' niysvll'.' and   ay   ngMiil    tur  JaiiK-s  Mors 11.    Free    Mitifci's   Ceililiraie    No.  K14001. Mnrdork Mel- Jvro. Fr.-e Minora  CeriihYste   'No. ' B 31918.-   and    Al��x-  nnder .Mr I >onal<l, Free -MinprVt "erl ifi��-iil<-  No. hl?495. intrnd, sixty days from ���fait;  hert'of, io apply, to Ihe Miiiiuir Reconh-r  lor Cei tifiCHlr.s'of Iiuprovt'iiifiiiK, for tin;  imroofe of obtaining   Crown   Ciranti- ol  the nliovei rlaims.c  A'iitl fpiriher-titke notice that action,  under Hoctinii 37, must he roiniiKvce'l  before ihe i-'Hitaiice ofsilrh Certiorate of  Iinprovementc.  D.iled this second dav of November,  A.D.   1��08.  -.I.'m. HAl.I.KTr.  GA>JADr/VN P^CIFlG  ATLANTIC  STEAMSHIPS  mu rHHIk��f��s9Bii  Largest-Finest-Fastest  MONTREAL  AND QUEBEC  TO LIVERPOOL  Whcii Roo Down. Trv Mvrii    I c***'���******^"*'*^^  JOHN APPLEBY,  DRV WOOD FOR  SALE IN ANY QUANTirV.  BUILDER   AND  CONTRACTOR  , ,. TELEPHONE   A-6ft.  Ot:t. 2-t���S .��. Luke Erie  "    30���K.M.S. EmpieeaoCBritain  Nov.   7���S.S. Lake Manitoba :  "     IS���R.M.S. Empress of'freland  "     21���S.S. Lake Champlain  FROM ST. JOHN, N.B.  - Nov. 27���K.M 8. Empress of Britain  Dec.   5���S.S. Lnke Erie  "      11��� R.M.8   Empress of Ireland  Dealer ia Rough and Dressed Lumber  Estimates Furnished  All   Kinds   of  Repair   Work   Done  Office and Yard cm  Old Ironsides Ave., Phoenix, B. C 9l  J) First Cabin $72.50 and upward  After November 21st, $65.00  Second Cabin $42.50and upw'rd  Third Class $27.50 and $28.75  To   LIVERPOOL,    LONDON,   GLASGOW, BELFAST.  Reservations seen red in advance by all  Railway Agents.  J. E. CARTER, Agent, Phoenir.  II. M. McOALLUM, General Agent,  217 McDermot Ave.,  Winnipeg, Manitoba.  ftgg^amwra^^  ZXSgS&WSlz I  id  1  $  I  B  I*  'iillllll  lilijilii'  tA   S 8 i lis r  ,ki��'i,''' ��� ii'iil  < 'i  i'3'i|,;A���i�� ; >  AJ  (,, ;.i'i"Kl.:  _.  THE PHOTCNTX PtONEEH.  BUSINESS HEN'S  DIRECTORY  ��B��tBBSa��B*SBSMttt*|  111111111111  >A     '���'���  n     _  :'v!^:;ii'.'^'iiS!'i'.3ii!^S'ft  i-!=i1:-^ j��^}i: :ir=:fr|(Ui: rj -;. | ^ ^ [^ ^17! r.;.?1.^!,^:^]',* ^:j: :."i ii.-J M ^  \i.M  liiiliiiiBS:  ��9  ** i-. .������'  ���SVOft  '1   ��� ������ ���*  4  Vfor  Oi  ******  4      #^>  *s>.  ;���#*  *#  ��#  **����  |v*��t  V  ,.   >,     ./., <** V  ��� '��f r /   /������>, ^  v<  ':'i*  ^^^4  *&**  9*'  **>*���.  in  s^i^S  CP  PUOESIX  -�����c-Jjg^iX    BBANCH.   OLD   ����)���������  *^"  WM>;iW&  milder and Contractor  GENERAL STOCK OF BUILDING MATERIAL       ;        .  DRY WOOD  FOR SALE  s    ���  ��� .-.      '������:���:    *;���-"> %',"./. >?*./<���:���:  f, r* . ���!." /J!��!ifrll'j88*  PHOENIX,  ������ B. C.     PHONE 56  is.'11-'  ^���m 4  "m:: A  :.'���-;:-''^tii^^S^'-ii^iai^tMMji:-!:!,-  y:::::;:,!'^i.:';i:;i!:;i!!!,j:iijii;.:ii:;i^;:q;;;i;'!:.;;;,':  ^'irii'ii':.;;!!^;''^'^^'';!!'^'^-!;!::-  ^-���:ii'ii;;tfk^ii;^\|s'ilS^t"teif��,i  MiUi^v' ':,i;S.'i-tJ!l:i;!;i!!ii::;!i':!i: ;,,-V  !.>a'j  Th,  :.f  ^ -  FOB BEST   L'quors, C^ars,  ��BTOR.  ***4&**KK��/mr*frnf*MA**s**Sf**'*ss4SSs&*r*f**sssf**M*&dm*s**JXv*s****Si  #������  %U3)��imsic^jYx&sxa%!iW/yAa.:  W. ELSON,  LEAJJING    TAJCLOR,  Co-  ^^^��^"!  phon�� 3*  ^Sfr  ���<��;i:S:jA;  ?/ ^��j  flr��L Q��,  ��Sfo>A  L%%,  ^^^  - />.  H  ill  Dcanc s Motel  r-. DANNY DEANE, Proprietor  I.W  V^<**  Lo*s  ��t��  d  C'*t  O^  kr��  Jicv  H^^��^��  *!  ^s. ^^  t=v^  ^.o<  10*  Cr>j��  Lr'/  ^  :^  ^ re^  ^/^^  >y��  tQfy    'tQfy  *tf  2?<y?^  jte&^  ���<>s!V*Lc*v  ^^^.VO^--*^  'K^  ^  ���\Wr  ���������������ji";,.  J:  I-  (EBB  Leading Mining Paper in the Boundary  2.00 per year;  $1.35 Six Months. THE PHOENIX PIONEER,  ftf  pi  JfJ!  V  Eyes Tested Free  The consequences of continual Eye strain are very  serious, very often resulting in partial blindness, and  quite commonly the cause of headaches and other ills;  which are bound to increase if not relieved.  ' '*���������' ��� v  Having had seveial years experience in correcting  errors of vision in London, England, and given the  subject much study, I am in a position to guarantee  you a proper correction.  My stock of SPECTACLE FRAMES AND EYE  GLASS-MOUNTS is very complete, comprising the  latest, in  style and   best  in   quality.    All lenses   are  guaranteed    A-i    Per'ection,   the   finest   obtainable.  Charges moderate.    It costs you nothing to have your  eyes properly tested.  J    A    H A DTI EV  Watchmaker . ��  ��� A. I1AK1 LCi, and optician lower Town  i  m  am am am aa nfiim.iKM.im am am am am amamamam^am.am.am.am  Cigars and Tobaccos  1  WE make a specialty of CIGARS AND TOBACCOS,  and carry a variety of the best brands,   f    +    ���  Confectionery  THE PURE MATERIALS usedMn the manufacture  of our. Candies imparts an unusually rich and  pleasing taste. Try them if you want the best  in Sweets. ���    ���    +    ���" ��� '  ���    ���    ���    ���    ���    ���'  LOWER  TOWN  -"Or:-" ',1^r      ';3fc-      HEADQUARTERS   FOR   MUSICAL   INSTRUMENTS  aW A LM ST ROM,  In and Around Phoenix  BRIEF  TOPICS OF   LOCAL  AND  GENERAL  INTEREST  TO  PHOENICIANS.  WWWWWWVWWWVs'tfWWtAIWWtfWWtfVW ITW'VW  J  Plioeiiix  Beer  Pure and wholesome.    Cold and as bracing in its  ���   coolness as a breeze from the North in Summer.  J* Recognized  bjr.su tm the  'BEST BEER IN THE BOUNDARY."  WHY?   Because its manufacturers employ all of their energy to the  turning oat of a perfect Beer from the best materials obtainable.  Hockey meeting tonight.  Barrister Black of Greenwood was  in town on Thursday.  Dry wood in car lots. Apply to  J. Trombley, Phoenix, B. C.  House for rent or sale, on Brooklyn  avenue; apply at Pioneer office.  Born���At Midway, on Nov, toth, to  Dr. and Mrs. Tamblyn, a daughter^,  "Twixt tove and Money���a four-act  comedy-drama; not one dull moment.  Miss Cora Graham returned Saturday from a visit with Chewelah  friends.  A story of England, throbbing with  life, and true to nature~"'TwixtLove  and Money."  Christmas goods are now arriving  and are being placed on display by  town merchants.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, will be at his  Phoenix office, bank block, Dec' io to  13th.    Phone A. 18.  W. S. Longhurst of the E. 17 Bank,  Grand Forks, was in town for the  minstrel show and dance.  The Brooklyn hotel has just received  a consignment of selected wines from  St. Catherines���port, sherry, etc.  James Copeland, the pioneer prospector of the West Fork was in camp  from Beyeidell a few days this week.  I Judge Williams left yesterday for  Vancouver and will probably take a  (rip down the coast before returning.  Kennet Mclnnis,. who owns a ranch  in Northern Alberta, arrived in camp  last week on a visit to hjs brother and  other friends, o  A. C. Fraser of Nelson, telegraph  inspector, and Robert Wright, auditor,  of the C.P.R., were in town for a few  days this week. ,  Murdock Mclntyre returned from  Vancouver this week, his appeal case  before the supreme court not coming  up for a couple of weeks.  Phoenix had its first snow storm of  the season last Saturday. About two  inches fell and the youth and the hand  sleigh have been much in evidence all  week.  Shots at Passing Shadows  ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL ICE, ETC.  PHONE-23  Phoenix   Brewing   Co.  Mclntyre's grading outfit returned  from Grand Forks this week, having  completed the roadbed for the new  Great Northern spur at the Granby  smelter.  Four weeks till Christmas.  Order your wood   from   Mclntom-  iney.    Phone B 32.  Oyster cocktails at the Brooklyn  bar���oysters fresh daily.  Before buying your furniture elsewhere, call on R. T.Gardher.  For rent���nice 3-room housekeeping  suite, at Biner block; best location.  William McFarlan and. W. J. Riley  returned to carnp from Notch Hill this  week. -��� ].'  Mrs. Leader;'and son left on Wednesday on a visit to friends at Chesaw  and Spokane.  Mrs. W. H- Erownlow of Chewelah,  Wash., has beep on a visit to the  Misses Graham!  Lack of advertising resulted in a  small audience it the "Girl from Chili"  Thursday evening.  Port wine anjd claret, specially selected for family trade; 75c. per bottle  at Hotel Brooklyn.  District Superintendent Hodge of  the B.C. Telephone company has been  spending the w^ek in town.  Wm. Hunter, M.L.A. for Slocan,  was in camp on. Wednesday in con:  nection with his^ business here.  W. H. Browhlow of the Chewelah  Independent wis in town on Thursday  and gave the Pioneer a  fraternal call.  S. Smith, H. F. Libby, H. A.  Munro, and Wm. Murray headed a  hunting party to Canyon City this  week.: '���  P. H. McCurrah was in town from  Grand Forks this week.    Mr. McCur-  rah has just returned  from a trip toj  Spotlahd.  P, Burns & Co. have received a  special shipment of mince meat for  your Xmas and New Year's pies-^-on  sale at reasonable prices.  : AH orders taken for dressmaking  from now until the 1st December will  be done at specially reduced rates.  Mrs. McKay, Biner Block.  Wouldn't those Royal Eagles  make  better black birds?  Brewer's   Sunday excursions are resulting satisfactorily.  ���w  L. McElroy has purchased a pair of  suowshoes and   will keep the trail  to  Mother Lcde broken during the winter.  ����    In the parlor there were three:  Girl, the parlor lamp and he;  Two are company; no doubt  That is why the lamp went out.  . '   l  .    ' .       ���,   I'!.'  :  IH  "Gee, but this is a lonesome town"  ���and old Doc Bunyan is the hit of  the season.  Well, the   Pioneer wasn't   slighted.  Here's to the minstrel's ;���they acted  their part quite naturally |1{       -  "���  Jack McLean will shortly open an  office for issuing mairiage licences.  This isn't an ad. for Mr. McLean���-its  a news note for the G.N. agent and S.  Matthews.  TUB   FIRST  SNOWKA1.L  "The beautiful" comes floating down  It droops, and whirls, and lifts  Like angel feathers; o'er the town  It piles in flying drifts.  Prismatic eddyr-drift opaque,  It turns and twirls and shoots,  It settles on me flake by flake;  And melts inside my boots.  Or else, pursued by icy gale   ,  It thrashes thro' the night, j  With moaning, melancholy wail  And spreads its mantle bright  O'er all the earth, and there it lies  In irridescent stretches,  It cuddles coyly in my eyes  And freezes on my breeches,  A !itt|e, wandering, timid fluke���  Its course, its end uncertain���  Comes dallying down to gently take  Its place .on earth's white curtain,  And tenderly it helps to hide  Where stains and harshness grovel  Excuse me  please,  its  clear  outside,  And I must go and shovel.  YOUNG  MEN  often owe much to  1 heir appearance.  Everything , else  being equitl, tin  well-dressed lellow  will get aln-ad faster than the carelessly attired competitor. We help  young    men    and  Old Men, Too,  for that matler, to  get ahead as far as  good clothes will  take them. We  make a suit or a  coat so that it will  fit and look as if it  belonged to the  wearer, The material will be right,  the tailoring will  be right, and prices  will; be right. At  least you will sav  so. In reality it  should be higher.;  R. HORRELL  MERCHANT  TAILOR.  EARLV CHIEF IN WINNIPEG  f-r-T-i-i-T-i-^-i-ri-i'-i-Pi'PT-T-T-T-:  FALL  NECESSITIES  FOR MEN and BOYS  Shipments of Fall and Winter Needfuls are now arriving  ; ,   ^-CLOTHING, ;HATS,    CAPS,    BOOTS,    SHOES,  SHIRTS^  COLLARS,  TIES,  UNDERWEAR,   SOX,  and  everything  else, a   well-dressed   man   may   require.  i       ,   .    Get the habit���deal at Brown's���and you will save money.  m  m  THO*. BROWN,  smmwamw&mmwti  ��� 1: i.' i- i- t:-i- i ���  .  ��� m  GENT'S.    ���   m       H  FURNISHINGS       |M|  (  I >y .fAM ****** am am am am am%:am amam am am am am am am am am am am/am ti\  SCHOOL SUPPLIES  . 5*-WE have? every thing  in   thiB  line���PENCILS,   SCRIBBLERS  '"    ��4^E8'  TEXT B0��KS  f0r mi1' ��rade8' EXERCISE  BOOKS,  BAGS, etc.     Let us Bupply your wants in Sohool supplies.  OFFICE   STATIONERY  for  WE   are   headquarters   for  all   office   requirements.      BLANK  BOOKS kept in stock���and what we have not got we can get  you.    INK, WRITING MATFRIAL, RULES, Etc     ..    ..  McRAE BROS., LIMITED  Magazines      &      Dally Papers      ^      Stationery  ,l�� Mfcru i/ij'u-u q-uutj V^'^ygl  BASTEB TOWNSHIPS BANK  Annual Meeting  Notice is hereby given that the Annual  General Meeting of the Shareholders of this  Bank will be held at their Banking House' in  the City of Sherbrooke on Wednesday, Second  December, next.  The chair will be taken at 2 o'clock, p. m,  By order of the Board,  J.   MACKINNON  General Manager.  Sherbrooke, November 16th, 1908*  The Miners' Union r is arranging  for a dance urbe.given-iu ilieirliatl on  Chiistmaseve.    J. D. McLean, James  Church and Hector McNiven are the  "committeein charge.." ...  ���.G. M. Gemmell, a first class druggist,' recently from Cranbrook, arrived  on Tuesday and will be in charge of  the drug store, during John Love's absence. Mr. Iiove left for Hedley yesterday on a business trip.  The cheapest tea to use is not the  lowest priced. You can buy tea a few  cents a pound cheaper that will make a  drink, but if you want an absolutely  pure,'' healthful, cleanly prepared tea  use "Salada." It is infinitely more delicious and decidedly more economical  than other teas, because it goes farther.  J. R. Crawford wishes to inform the  people of Phoenix, Greenwood, Eholl  and Grand Forks that he is prepared  to give lessons on piano and organ.  Special attention given to technique;  certificate Trinity college, London,  Eng. Names sent to him at Brooklyn  hotel. Phoenix, will receive every attention.  A room has been secured in the  Granby block which will accommodate  the junior grades and relieve the  crowded 'condition of Phoenix public  school. Desks and blackboards arrived  this week for the-new room which is  being/overhauled. A teacher has been  engaged and as soon as the new room  is in readiness, probably next week, the  junior classes.will attend school in it.  ! On Sunday, Dec. 6th, Rev. J. D. P.  Knox of Rossland will conduct the  services in the Methodist church here.  He will address the Sunday er-hool at  2.30 p. m,. and will occupy the pulpit  at the evening service. On the following Monday evening at 8 o'clock Mr.  Knox will deliver his well known talk  entitled "Pictures on Memories' Wall".  A short musical program will be given  and the ladies of the church will serve  lunch. A pleasant and profitable time  is expected.  A marriage license was issued at  the government office, Greenwood, on  Friday to John August Johnson and  Annie O. Swanson, both of Phoenix.  If you are thinking of building or  require building materia! of any kind  ���lumber, shingles, lime, brick���call  on me for figures. t Phone A 44. C.  A. Ross. ;  George McEachern, electrician for  the Daly Reduction company, at Hed-  lcri'ruruieiryortmoenix," was Tri "camp  Monday shaking hands with many of  his old friends.'    ; <\  r   f  Dr. and Mrs. R. B. Boucher, formerly of I hoenix, who have been  touring Europe (for several months,  left Wein, Austria for Montreal, Quebec, on Nov. 10th.  litest Mining Sloelc Quotation!.  Corrected to Nov. 25, 1908.  The stock market is a  of the trend of business.  sure indicator  I A more liuoy-  ant feeling is pervading the different  markets, and all stocks are firm at the  A Narrow Eicape.  What might have resulted in a very  serious runaway took place on Dominion avenue on Tuesday afternoon,  a team attached to the brewery wagon  causing the sensation. As it was, little  Bernice McKay had her right arm  broken and Miss; Marland .received  several minor injuries, but it is a  miracle that they escaped so safely.  The horses started near the Presbyterian church, and: were going at such  speed over the bridge to reach Dominion avenue that in trying to make  the corner they smashed into a telegraph pole, disconnecting horse, *' harness and wagoni' One horse took  down the sidewalk in a mad race,  knocking down arid jumping over Miss  Marland and Bernice McKay in its  course. The victims were picked up  and received prompt medical attention, and we are pleased to note that  both are recovering satisfactorily.  COMMON SENSE  most intelligent people to use only  metfiglnes of (mown composition. Then*-  Dr. Pierce's medicines, tho  make"hrtqf wRich prlat every Ingredient  onterinsTnau Ihcm upon the bottle wrappers and attest Its correctness under oath,  are daily growing in favor. The composition of DrJPIerce's medicines Is open  to every bod v.VPr. Pierce being desiioim  of having tho s^nrfh light nf Investlga?'  tion turned fiilly upon his formulae, belnrr  contident_th9tihe better the composition  bi~tiio<e. medicines ,is .known   the mor?  niznd^ Iieing wholly made ofllie act(v��  medicinal principles extracted from native   forest  roots,   by   exact  Lite 0. B. Murray was Head ol Police Force  In thai City In 1887. '  Referring to the death of D, B.  Murray, whose death was announced  in last week's Pioneer, the Winnipeg  Free Press contained the following:  "David B. Murray came to Winnipeg in .the year 1876, and early identified himself with the police force , of  the....city,....holding' the : pqsitiou ",pf  chief ofipolice-cSuririK-TiSS^.-t" During  his stay in Winnipeg he was prominent  notlonly.in police but in the social and  sporting circles of the city, r being; an  active member of the St. Andrew's  So- iety, and taking prominent part in  the Caledonian games,. He had a  wide range of acquaintances, and was  widely popular among those he came  into contact. Mr. Murray after leaving Winnipeg, went to Washington, D.  C, and thence to Greenwood, B. C-,  where his wife and. two daughters now  reside. He was originally from Hamilton, Ontario.  WOOD  FOR SALE- Fir and  Tamrack $5 per cord  Pine $4.50 per cord.  Ph'one Your Order To  No.  B 3-2  0.1.  BOUNDARY & KUOTENAY 1908 ORB RECORD  Snlpmeola and Srneter Receipts For Vear  ''';Date.,':  lo  MINERAL ACT.  (POBU   V.)  Certlfioato of Improvements.  :'������������; .���-',   "OTICH.   '  r" No 4 " Mineral Claim. �� luat* in th�� Cr.ru  wood 'Miiilhijr "Division of Yale  District,'British  Columbia.��� -~   -.:...._  . ^..���   Where located���In Urernwood Camp.  TAKiS NOT1CK thai I,.��Iurdock Mclutyre.  Free Miner�� Certificate No B 1948*, Intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, Iu ��ppl> tolhi  Mining Recorder for a CerUflcate of Improvements; for the purpose ol ohlaiiiiujr o Crow:.  Grant of the above claim.  And fur til-1 Take Notice that action, unrlci  nection 37, mukt be corameuced before the issuance of such Certificates ol rmprovemruU,  Dated this 2nd day of October, A.D., tooS.  MCRDOCK Mc NTYRH  Ore shipments from the various  mines of Boundary and Kootenay, and  the receipts of ore at the smelters of  Southeastern British Columbia for last  week and for 1908 to date are as  follows: "���"'  SHIPMENTS. WEEK. YEAR.  Boundary ;..;..... .35,915' 1,274,013  Rossland;. .....;'.."   5,878  East Columbia River   2,795  261,496  < 3,437  NOTICE.  NOTICE IS HEKI-BY GIVEN that,  thirty days after <hitf, I, Josei'ii .1.  Basvbtt, of Harford Junction. li.C ,  intend to apply to the 'superintendent of  provincial police, F. S. Uussey, of Victoria, for the renewal of a retail liquor  licence for theHartforU Hotel, at Hartford Junction, B.C.  JOKKJ'H J. Bahsett.  Hartford Junction. B.C.Nov. 2,  1008.  Total. .;.... 44,588  1,648,944  SMELTER   RECEIPTS���-  Granby....... .... 22,017  B.C. Copper Co... 11,805  Dominion  Cop. Co.  Trail.............   7,962  Northport(LeRoi)..   1,408  MarysvUle   929.376  295,206  21,872  290,205  76,914  S>73��  Total  .        43.'94 1,619,503  Hill  .800  .93 %  95.00  82.00  ��� 1%  .02^:  3 00  .6*  IM Plon����r for Fins Commercial Printing  following quotations:  B.C. Copper .-..,.  Domin. Copper.......  Granby............  Alberta Coal and Coke  Charles Dickens   Cone. Smelters ...'  Copper King /.  Gertie.   Hecla  ....  International Coal...  Kendall      0.80  Missoula Copper..��� .2%  Nabob.         -$%  OomPauI.....  A%  Panhandle Smelter... .5V  Rambler-Cariboo         .16^  Ret......        0.0  Snowstorm..       1.83  Snowshoe...  .6  Hnllivan .      Snllivari Bonds   Stewart  62^  Tauumick-Cbesapeftke      02>6  /  *��KRD  l.OO  110.00  ' -02*4  .4.00^  .68  125  ��� ���������$*  '.05%  &%  ���V>34  ^34  ..1.85  JSAi  .01  ".76  .75  use of a drop of alcohol, triple-refined and  ttZ in ,L^THgJyCCr,'?e ^"8 SSdf -  stead in extracting and preservInR tho  curative virtues residing in the root"  employed, these medicines are entoly  free from the objection of doing harm  by creating an appetite for either alcoholic beverages or habit - forming  drugs. Examine the formula on the"?  bottle wrappers-tho same as sworn to by  ^irfin^rJ,^,^ WH1 flnd ^at his  ���Golden Medical Dlscoveryi" the gr��at  blood-purifier, stomach tonic and bowel  regulator-the medicine which, while not  recommended.to cure consumption In its  advanced stages (no medicine will do that*  yet does cure all those catarrhaWond^  tions of head and throat, weak stomach  torpUillver and bronchial trouble weak  ungs and bang-oh-coughs, which? f neglected or badly treated lead up to Si'  finally terminate in consumption. d  Take the "i^ui��� -m-^ifrr, SJi  in  NOTICE  OF  APPLICATION   FOR RENEWAL OF  LIQUOR  LICENSE.  TAKE NO'ITCE 'ihtitl, Joiiv A. Mc-  HUsTKK, of Eholt, inli'iid Hpj)lving l<-  thin Superintfnilfn' of Provincial Polici  at;'the-exp.iiation of 0110 month fron  'late hereof, forarcntrwal ����f my hole  license, for 'the picinises known as the  LTiiion Hotel, at Eholt.  John A. McM.\htek.  Dated at Eholl, Nov. 2nd, 1908.  Judicious advertising is the only real  way to "stir things up," Costs less  than salesmen, and brings better returns than the most silvery tongued  salesman could.   Try the Pioneer.  A    PLEASURE  TO SMOKK THE  CIGAR  WHY?  fas? II fas im, is id, and led vilb dear Mm fillers  ���i.i  Morrin, Thompson  & Company  DEPART.  THIS WEEK'S  ARRIVALS   INCLUDE  Car Fancy Washington Apples  made up principally as follows:  SNOW'S, SPY'S BALDWINS,  Sl'ITZliN BERGS, MINK-  LERS, -BELL.EFLOBRS,  GREENINGS AND PIPPINS.  These apples are all selected  stock and finer than those we  sold last season.  We ofler them to you at  Per 45 pound box $2.00  VVe also have a limited quantity  of FANCY PEARS which'we  offer at  Per 40 pound box $2.25  CAR TARTAN GROCERIES  AND CANNED GOODS.  We need hot tell anyone who  has used this brand of canned  goods, how good they are, but  for the benefit of those who have  never tried them, we would say  that TARTAN . CANNED  GOODS stand without a peer in  Canada. .,-���;";  They cost us more than other  Brands, but we sell them to you  for the same money you pay for  Ordinary kinds.  poWenJtfedkafDJscover  you  fair    won't do supernatural "things? You must  n^rr^��flyr0ur patienc? and Persevere in Us  It* ffm Wfi?narkL�� tonatKof time to get  t�� t> i^Scfits-J,The Jngredlonts of whfch  Dr. Pierce's medicines are composed have  ����lii5Wined c?dorsement oTscWof  ntH%��� i? adcrs-better than any amount  ThevyLro "Wo'essional. testimonials.  iney are not given awav t/> ha orno.1  255^^.'^ but arS sold S/all AnSSto  Specici 1   Advert isement  MINCED MEAT FOX  XMAS PIES,  HAMS, BACON; LARD,   CORNED BEEF,  POULTRY,   PISII.  Before buying your winters supply of Fresh Meats please call in  and consult us regarding  prices.  'Pb��ne No. 2 COURTEOUS TREATMENT  GU/iRANTEED P.O. Box 56  P. BURNS & CO., Limited  ,':. NEW STO.K OF FISH  SPICED CUT HERRINGS  Per 15 Pound Pail.   ;.   $1.75  HOLLAND HERRINGS  15 Pound   Kegs   ......$1.50  SMOKED    HERRINGS  Per Box  ....   .     . .������.."���   50c  LABRADOR HERRINGS  20 Pound Pails.   ...,.$2.50  MiLCH I NEK HERRINGS  15  Pound Keg. .... i. $1.50  STOCK FISH Norwegian  Per .Pound:. ..........    25c  WHOLE SKINNED COD 15c  COD   STEAK,   2   pound  blocks.........   .....     25c  ANCHOVIES, small kegs    50c  SLICED SMOKED HAL-  IBU 1', per Pound. .   ..    15c  NO. 1  MACKERAL, per  Pound...............    20c  EASTERN SEA TROUT  Per Pound    ..'. ...    20c  SOME   SPECIALTIES  ARE   AS   FOLLOWS:  LEAR D'S ��� W.H OLE  CHICKEN, per Pound   4��  This chicken is dressed and  cooked, ready for the table, und  put up one whole chicken in a can  Wagstaffe's Plum Puddings.. 75c  Pound Fruit Cakes, each.. .40c  Our Christmas Stock of Nuts  and  Fruits arriving every day  WALNUTS, ALMONDS, FILBERTS, PECANS, BRAZILS,  CHESTNUTS, TABLE AND  COOKING RAISINS, PEELS,  MALALA GRAPES,  Etc:  5pl for Mf  California Grapes, per basket, 5Jc  -������n.^WT>.,gL,,,..r,T,,^. ..,,


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