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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Nov 26, 1910

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 jjjjSj||^l|IV'>B'j,,^��K'll_��^  1$  m  IWSfi-''-  Btvv:-v--.L;J'.'i  if ���'���'��� u/.-.:j'~  Jt;y>'-yyy.>  ;fM^  ^������'i.  r*l?*?J  ��     ���  "P. r_llT  ;��:v,>^>i'"S&^:.-'*"t;.;  '���y:'vQ;:';-'':^.':vi^*y  BZM-^"''"'  ���1-..V.1..'.  t'-i  '���  $���-'-  ''.'for '  ':* "���  i\��>;''-'-  r "������"  ��&.,'...  SSV:'-  4��:  Mr   (  %.���:���  m& -  mis- . ���  ��r ���  BsB?:.  p'"  I  :&?������  I"  :4  ;mf-  Twelfth Year  PHOENIX, B.C., SATURDAY^ NOVEMBER 26, 1910,  ��  *���"���*  <Sf  No.  ���<i  ���"-** If J  HIDDEN CREEK PROPERTY  LOOKS GOOD TO WILLIAMS  Believes  It "Will   Make a Big Prdducer���Company  Will Thoroughly Prove the  Ore Bodies  "It   is   the   general   opinion   in  northern British Columbia   that the  Hidden Creek mine is destinedjo be  one of the biggest producers . in sthe  province,"   said   W.   Y.   Williams,  consulting engineer  of  the Granby  Mining, Smelting and   Power  company, who returned Tuesday from a,  trip of inspection  to  that  property.  "My   own  judgment, from   all   the  surface indications   and   a   study of  the deeper developments to date, is  that I can see little  chance  for this  estimate to be mistaken^  "One feature of the property  which impresses me especially is the  facility with which mining can be  done cheaply, as great depth ca'n be  obtained by open cuts. The mine  is located within two miles ofthe  company's wharves on Goose Bay,  and the site of the projected smelter.  The latter is admirable both-for con-  * < * - .  venience iii  handling ore  from* the  -*r-_-*   a    i ^*i 4 -���     '1*1"    " **'  *��A*~��JJ  Hidden Creek ^mtne andfmti^cfeiying'  customs ore from tlie Portland canal  district, Northern British Columbia  and Alaska generally'.  TWO BIG LEDGES  "Before I left-the-mine the plan  of operation- for, the winter had been  outlined'. "The intention is2 to cbn-:  tinue work on the main cross-cut  tunnel, which" now'is;736 feet long,"  and to concentrate work there so  soon as the season .-<-.-necessitates the  suspension .of sur/ace operations.    7  "1'hisltunheic^tsjlheifirsf veinyat:  a vertical depth . of -about ;*4G0 feet  from the . surface: and ex tends. 300  feet beyond that lode. It Entered  the ore body bof an angle atod|was  in ore for ,12S|rfeevt.j| ^onsl-lera|)le^  drifting has been done at this point,  on the hanging wall side ofthe vein.  "The winter's work at; this point  will consist of extending these drifts  and thoroughly exploring the ore  body by cross-cuts, with supplemental diamond drill work; both for  depth and distance along   the   veiri;:  MAMMOTH ORE BODY UNEXPLORED  "At the same time the main crosscut will bes extended about 300 feet  ahead, from which point diamond  -drill holes will be driven to prove'  the extent and value of the ore  bodies in the second vein.  "The surface, showings of both  ore bodies, which are known locally  as the Cabin and Mammoth bluffs,  are very large and promising. The  Mammoth bluff is the one not yet  reached by the tunnel. While both  ore showings are of a similar char  acter, the Mammoth bluff shows  much the larger ore body and thet  better grade ore of the. two. Both;  have been extensively developed by-  surface cuts." *  MCDONALD SUPERINTENDENT ,        j  Mr. Williams  was  a,member-of  one of the parties sent   north  about  the .same time  by the   Granby com-,  pany to resume the development ofthe   Hidden   Creek   mine,  which is  located on Goose bay, Observatory  inlet, the   latter   being   a branch of  the Portland canal, which forms the  boundary line between   British  Columbia and Alaska.   The two parties  included, besides Mr. Williams,  M.  K. Rogers, the  former., manager of  the property, who still retains a fifth  interest   in   it;    O.   B.   Smith,  Jr.,  manager   oi\ the.: Granby   mines  at  Phoenix; H. McDonald, an engineer  long, in the   employ   of  the Granby  company, ,who ^will   have   personal.  charge - of ^'^he^^eveloipn^nt^otVtliVj  Hidden'  Creek    ir��iner -and    Page  Boyles, . the Granby   diamond  drill  expert.    They, were accompanied by  a force of miners and three crews of  diamond drillers.     , :  All arrived at the mine about the  sanies time,-but -Mr*- Smith; has remained to see the work'well .started,  while   Mr.    Williams    returned    in  order to look after the development  of ;the   Cliff  and   Consolidated  St.  Elrrib mines at Rossland, also under  bonjj' l^jithVjSranJby cpmpany| which  he visited* oh Wednesday?  * "*  - During the winter  a   force  of 20  men  will   be  kept   continuously   at  work pn ^ndergroMn^l  (development  |of the Hidden Cjeek ^linej and it is  expected fha^by%prn%- enough will  known   about   the   property    to  Boundary Mining Notes   "''  Granby smelter shipped 348,000  pounds of blister copper last week  and 334,000 p6unds\tlie week be-,  fore. ...  The drop in Granby shipments  this week resulted from the Victoria  crusher being out of .commission  three days for repairs.  ' An electric power line is being  built to the Lone Star mine .and the  aerial tram line to the property from  Boundary Falls is -.nearing completion.  E. Jacobs of Victoria; the'J well-  known mining writer, was in .the  city' Wednesday on-a   Visif  tOt local  OCTOBER OPERATIONS  Ii!FB$:HOPPERC&  Considerable  Increase Is   Expected for November  ; The . British';" Columbia Copper  company's net "earnings in October  were approximately $17,500, which,  compares with $27,600 in September  4 The falling pff in October is under-  stood to haye resulted from a precipitation : of dirt Swto- ,���the ore^ at  Mother Lode mine in the closing  days vof the month. A new !^��tem  of mining at  this  property  was;* in-f  augifrated and irif breaking down .the  mines preparatory to making up his  Q^ under>the new way a port{o^^  annual review of  British Columbia  mining.        , .   . :     - 3.  . ...      v -*  "'-The cyanide mill which has been  under construction 'by v tbe^British:  Columbia Copper company at their  Napoleon mine, at Orient,' Wash.-,  ia about completed, and is expected  to:,be in operation early^ in December? The mine' force will then be  doubled. *,*���.-��''  . With the* shipment of 16,820 tons  of "^ore this week, the output ' of  Graynby for the .year'to-date- passes  $He^jmiUton 'ion mark;""Tn1s:~cdm-  pa^s .with   937,000. tons   for . the  the'porphyry dyke walls was crumV-.  led and became mixed with the ore,  which resulted jL^-;ar composition  being, sent to^thef smelter which was  ppt fusible, and necessitated the  Blowing out of two of the blast 'furnaces. They were blown in again  on Oct. .-29, however, and November  should show good return's^" r,; -;  The enlarged furnaces have/not  been operated to, their capacity?as  yet, that point being' arrived"? "at  gradually^ > 1 When \ operated to^ca^  pacity a monthly output of 1,000^000  pounds of copper should result.";1 /,'A  same  period   in   1909, representing!daily tonnage  of 2500  tons of^e  willybe run through the; furnaces,  and while; ithisc ore; averages 154%'  copper, the'fihal "net recovery is not  expected to amount to 25 pounds.  In gold and silver values the. ore  carries an average of $1.25 a ton.  ���__: ��, . :���    ,    -   . .  approximately ten per cent of an in-  *i .:\'     .'i        t ������  .. V1- '"   -;-Y -  -'%" - ���  crease,   t-i - -   :      ... " a a .-' ���', a -' .* -5 -.  .-> : ^JL-i���: 1_���_."; --*   -   ���-   ��� ���  BoundaryOre Tonnages   ;  . ; Followtrig are the  returns of the  output of. the mines and smelters of  the Boundary. district for the. week  ending Nov. 26 and fdry ear to date:  Granby:V^:f:?v^i6,820 5 l,000;478j  J^olherlodJ.A,,. Ji,��iS  be;  justify the carrying out Of General  Manager Jay P. Graves' plan to  equip it with a matting plant as a  feeder* for the. Granby..? smelter at  ^jrrifcnd Fopks^;^ ;:   y    .,-.. ���  Jackpot  613  Oro Denoro . ���': i-;:;( :"s  Rawhide . ���������..   ....  4,100  Snowshoe .'. . .". .2,450  yNurnber Seven...     250^  daily. ...... .......  Golden "Eagle..:      <  324|689i  13,960  ^V9^339  27,400  i34;2!75  ,  1-245  32  ���i 120  :- CKufxh of Esigland^     -  There  will  be a meeting of the  Women's  Auxiliary of the  Church  ^f|England^at-;tbe^'house' 'of|Mr>.  at 3 p^m. Alf the ladies' of1:he  church are invited to be present.  Sunday school will be heid in the  church on Sunday afternoon at 3  o'clock. On Sunday evening next  at 7.30 there will be a meeting for  organization and choir practice. A  resident minister will arrive very  shortly take charge. There will be  no service tomorrow.  33,448   1,511,529  y :.- Y ^SMELTER TONNAGES   '!        ; *���  Granby. ..... ,. .18,890       9^7433  B.C. Copper Co. 14,530        354,746   ��� 0^,    Latest Stock Quotations  $����� ri- ".^ "-iv->. -.i":y -Asked's Bid"-  GrainBy Consolidated. ?51.0<0 ��� 45.00  B. C. Coppervv.;.... 7.50 6.50  Hedley Gold ,20.Q0;   15.00   ��� Ai .ii-i. ,*r       fV X\  ��� -.****. .���>'    '. ci*   ���?   '>      "y  Sudden Death  William Kilbey, a piano agent of  Nelson,  died   in  the   hospital here  last Saturday from acute alcoholism.  He/had been :a guest at  thej King's  hotel for about teh^ays and his condition   became   so   serious   that  he  was taken to the hospital Saturday  morning, death occurring at 5 p.m  The remains were shipped to Nelson  for interment.    Deceased  leaves a  wife and family.  :v- ,Will Build NewXhurch  ^At. a .meeting of the congregation  of St^ AnJdrews; Presbyterian church  last Wednesday evening:tt ^was "unanimously "resolved-to build a new  church to replace,the one destroyed  by the recent fire. ,    k  Committees oh constructioh^and  subscriptions : werfe appointed,'? and  $800 in cash and subscriptions |was  secured by the close of the meeting.  Tlie hew church will' be ^erected  on'theJold site and thejcoagf:egation  purpose putting up a buiiding that  will be a credit to the city.y ,The  committee oq subscriptions will  have the'lists ready in a few days  when they hope citizens of Phoenix  will -  contribute .with   their   usual  ^iberaltty.nJ _ "'" )f     y? i>-% .'.��% ^%  ���������  Engine Hits a Boulder  Monday's eastbound C.J'.R. train  ran into a': large ��� boulder on the  track-near tFisherman and the engine turned turtle down the embankment. The fireman jumped, but the  engineer went down with the locomotive and miraculously escaped  unhurt. Traffic was delayed several  hours, the regular train reaching  Phoenix at 9 p.m.  *'   -:$4  '. *f  'A.  *  tm *&w.  JW***!^'"  ������������tH���l-Hi'���' 'I}  HOCHEYISTS ELECT  OFFICERS FOR PflSON  EntfcusS-asfca Besp*^afe,s Gojid  Hockey Here This Winter   Curlers Re-organize  At a meeting of local curling enthusiasts held in thet rinlc 4>n*Wed-  nesday evening tneTfhoenijNt Curling  club was m-^rg-giiz^ for tjL season  Tokay Grapes  Cornichan Grapes  -.'���' Green Peppers  Cauliflower  i    MS't  V ,  Hot House Lettuce  C"i j j]  .^^-""'-T'  ^.y^  ��>���>,�����  ll--i ii If/*;  ^1 -  SpihSeh  vdu^lifnbers  i     ��-**  Sweet Potatoes  $M��y-k&tem:&m'^kf&.   "������!��*�����'"p* dozen  Extra Select Eggs in Cartoons 50c. per dozen  ^:'dise%gg_ '���'-- ' ���-~f" - '"-���''' -   - 3 dozen for $1.00  Ci^eamery^rickBuftter    - 3lbs.for $1.00  T&  t' y  ,j   ,   t.^ -'  -1   '.,.  fc-I   4.4',,.   ���*     *  Morrin-Thompson Co.  FRESH 6R0CERIES AND PROVISIONS  An  enthusiastic' meeting of local  liock'eyistswas held in the^FKoehix  Club on M6ijtdayve.v<5tinHg and everything  points  to   things  stirring in  hockeylin  -phoenix'   this    winter.  Those  present  were  full   of  spirit  looking to the opening of the season.  The election of officers resulted as  follows:     Hoti.   president,   O.    B.  Smith;    hon.   vice-president,   John  A.' Swanson;  president*   John Mc-  Laiighlin; vice-president, Dr. Dickson;    secretary-treasurer,    A.      A.  }White; manager, C. J. McAstocker;  executive ��� George   Ellis,: W.   C.  Hower and James Walsh.  Manager C. J. McAstocker, A. J.  Ellis'and B. J. Lang were appointed  representatives of the club to attend  the annual meeting of the BonndaqrJ  Hodkey league at Greenwood to  draw lip the schedule of games for  the season.  Black and orange were adopted  as club'\ colors and suits are under  order. *  A resolution of condolence to A.  McQueen, who recently lost his  father, was placed on the minutes  and the secretary instructed to send  a copy to Mr. McQueen.  There is now abundance of good  material for a swift hockey team in  the city and a good rustle will'be  made for the Boundary cup.  __-: ������   Dry wood in car lots for sad;  apply to J. Trombley, .Phoenix.  *$rf*gmi%*& tor jjgg season  of 1910-11. C. M. Campbell was  elected president; J. E. Thompson,  vice-president, and Ai F. -Geddes,  secretary-treasurer.  : The "^pn^ncial statement showed  the club to b'e in a fairly healthy  condition. Motions were passed  extending the thanks of the club to  ? '   .\     't'  rt^  ..... v   -* ^   .*  ".  -I'i5*,       /    <  <-*     *���f f.  l^JY  *��� i  iW  rf'-*  ,-^��r  HOTEL  Thfe Domifiidii Hotel is located iji the h^art ofthe City  and has every acconiinbdatidn for both tourist and  resident boarders. It is thq nearest Hotel to Granby  mif-ea aiid is the home for miners in Phoenix, every-  tiiin^ being modern >jth Dining room in connection.  Having taken a lease On the Dominion the abater  iifettfed MM endeavor to m^rit all patrbn&g^     ^"fl  ^d see ������. YUHAM0 "BROTHERS  tbe .ex-officials,   who, were   at   the  ' '        <. ��->��       *       * "'  helm last season.  f\ .  W. J. Prendergast whs appointed  in charge of the rink for the season  and will have ice made as soon as  possible. Prospects are very bright  for increased enthusiasm in curling  here this winter with a large selection of new blood* anxious to break  into the arena. Those * wishing to  become members should leave their  names with Mr. Geddes, so that  they  will  not be overlooked  when  the season opens.   *��   Gun Play at Rossland  One of the most thrilling and exciting episodes which Rossland has  seen for many years occurred on  Monday, when an Austrian named  M. Paull sent five bullets whizzing  at random in the Central hotel with  a number of people around him.  After parleying with pointed guns.  Chief of Police brought his man to  the ground with a bullet in the thigh.  Paull had two revolvers, fully  loaded, and 150 rounds of ammunition, as well,as seven knives. When  searched ^six 1$10- ��old coins were  discovered sewn in the collar of- his  vest, as well as other gold to the  value of $500 in a pocket.  OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT ONLY  Saturday, November 26  G. G.  GARRETTE  _________���������-.������������   presents' -  CANADA'S FOREMOST ACTOR  Mr. HAROLD NELSO  AND ASSOCIATE PLAYERS  In the Beautiful  Canadian  Drama  WOLF  9*  As played for over Two Hundred Nights in New York City  PRICES     ---------     75c and $l.oo.  Secure your seats now at T. Brown's  If vou^mikfe ai*y H��TC)_ Teamin? or H^mg *$���  * * y&u TqTT fcTvou     That is our business, and we  let ,US dP |t,W #"***    a_-_-i,^'all nrders  c^lcfc^nrv.  have the equipment to ^ecute all pmers  . We also have a supply of ftrst-olass Gordwopd, short  or long, and can deliver it on short notice. Phone  your order to  leaix  Economy is not a matter  of cost. Cost is soon for-  gotten but Quality never.  Our new Fall Suits and  Overcoats were made by  manufacturers   who   never  make anything common-  rilace Thev are original and unusual, clever and decidedly  oStive.    It will interest you to see them.    I  also  carry  |St ja^et^d Sweaters, Boots and Shoes, ^bbers, etc.  Store, but \A  Notttle Bij  mmmmZMWWS, *2.m  ,s_* -<  tf:Y&  11  J6C#  [Kay  ���. *���to  '#.  mm  III'  m  I  ;=JP  &���������  m  ��������#  Harold Nelson ;Eo-&ight  -rtf p.-*.*.  Harold Nelson #md' a splendid  company of associate players appears  in Phoenix opera house to-night in  the beautiful eastern Canada drama,  /'The Wolf." This talented company are just returning from a. successful season at coast cities, where  Mr. Nelson won many complimentary press notices, the Bellingham  Globe claiming it to be Nelson's  "masterpiece" and the hit of his  whole career. Harold Nelson is  well and favorably known in Phoenix, having won many admirers on  previous visits to the city in Shakespearian plays.  A Statement  Following is a-statement of money  received and expended by George  Vichry, of the Butte hotel, for the  assistance of Isik Barach and family,  who were recently burned out. The  subscription list, and vouchers of-  payments have be left with' The  Pioneer."  Amount subscribed $126.65  Hunter-Kendrick Co.. .     57.65  Morrin-Thompson Co..     13.00  Carson & Co   Miss McDonald. . .....  A.Luciani, 1)4 months  rent *."....  14.00  4.50  37.50  Total. : $126.65  N<  lo matter how poor the other  fellow's advertisement is, it will not  sell your goods.  Fresh   oyster   cocktails   and   hot  clam bullion-at the  Brooklyn bnrr^m  Demand for Fort George Land  A. W. Wright of the Wright Investment company^ who has just returned from  a trip to Vancouver,  Victoria; ^Seattle, Tacorifa and Spokane, in connection with   the sale of  the company's lands at Fort George,  B C, states that ar most remarkable  demand has arisen   during tbe last  three months for land   in  the Fort  George, district, ; and   a   sharp  ad-i  vance in price isr-now  takin��vplace.  -The :North^Coast  Land  company  has sold -most off their  holdings on  the east bank of the   Fraser south  towards Quesnelat $16 to $20 per  acre.    The .Mercantile   Trust  com-  pany, who owned a   large   tract on  the Salmon river have had such demand for   land /that* they have advanced   .prices . to   $13   per    acre.  Most of this   land   lies   from  ten to  twentv miles back  from  the Fraser  and tbe railway.    The Grand Trunk  "Land company  has   disposed  of all  their holdings   to   a large   colonization company and   the   opportunity  to secure   land   anywhere near the  railway line is almost a thing of the  past!.  Mr. Wright states that his company have decided to advance the  price of any of their land unsold  after sixty days to $15 per acre.  While on the coast another choice  tract of acreage in Burnaby was se-~  cured for subdivision and sale.  There is at present a greater demand than ever before tor this class  of investment on small monthly pay-,  merits.     ' ~ "  -^  s'!^i&!*+i^3i&:*&::f::'-  Fresh Cream and Milk Daily  GOOD CREAM OR MILK, such as the PHOENIX DAIRY  BRAND, is the basis of a tempting meal. It makes everything  taste better. Try it���and you'll always buy it. AIL milk: is  aereated before being: sold.  Phone E32 W. A. McKAY & SONS  DELIVERED   TO   ALL   P\RTS   OF   THE   CITY  Drop in Prices of  Bacon and Lard  these  The market at present  warrants   us  to  lower our prices in  goods. ^ An inspection   of our  display   will   show  that  this is no  " Stuff "sale, as the Quality is very choice.  Hams, 25c- per lb. Bacon, 27c per lb.  Pure Leaf Lard, 31b. Pail ------   70c.  Pure Leaf* Lard, 51b. Pa.fii -    _   _.   _ ^.io  Pure Leaf Lard, 101b. ��     -   -   -   -   -   - S2.T5  Phone 2  NEW STYLES  are always being- invented in the Clothing" trade, but we  we keep abreast of the. times. Our stock of Overcoats  arid Winter Suits is now complete. These garments have  the effect of regularly tailored workmanship. The materials  are of the finest and they are all put, together in the best  manner.     Our prices will suit you as much as our clothing.  N. J. Carson & Co.,  CLOTHIER  Lower Town  Phoenix  ' <*  __.  Phone 2  a  urns  ��., Phoenix  House-Cleaning Time  _____________B-____________B-__b^______________________SI-___^^  is here again. We have a very large  stock of RUGS AND LINOLEUMS  which we offer you at a big reduction.  Call and look at our supply before buying elsewhere.  All kinds of FURNITURE oh hand  at right prices. We also carry the  famous Ostermoor Mattress which stands  the test.  C-    F.    EdWardSc    Undertaker  Furniture  Carpets  Phoenix"  Greenwood  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 9.30 a.m.  " "        lower town, 10.00 a.m!  Leave Greenwood 3.00p.m.  ���Standard Time  PROMPT  ATTENTION TO  EXPRESS AND  FREIGHT  GREENWOOD   LIQUOR  DO.  We furnish the trade all over the Boundary  with the Choicest Imported and Domestic  Wines, Liquors and Cigars  As we ship direct in carloads, we can make  prices   right,   and   give   prompt   shipment  ES McGREATH &  GREENWOOD,  B.C. ���-.    ' 1  i&  m  1  J. <  Si  f-fi  w<  f * -  v   -<  &,, i  Distressing* Headaches  Headaches are largelytfhe*~t;esult  of disordered Kidneys.  Mrs. Hall, 84 Flora Street,.St.  Flora St., St.' Thomas, Ont., says:  "I suffered for years with he^aches  of a most distressing nature^ * They  would come on me suddenly, and  would last for id^rfat:/^ time.  These were ^f)iy^ccom^anied by  spells of dizagness that would.* leaVe  unable to attend to any,hojuse duties  My  back^was J- ' ; "*���/,���- *- ' - *.  weak and caus  ed   me, iriucH  suffering ��� , thru  the night. I ha$  doctored     for  .u,  yearX out all ,tq  no avail!-. Nothf^  ^enefitediv]  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  and        /";  .^Boundary Mining Journal  issued weekly .  at Phoenix, British Columbia  Subscription, 2.00 per year  2.50 to United States  / T. Alfred Love, Publisher.  1/' Vw~v? *  Xh��<��&tftc^ begs  to  acknowledge  < receipticthisjuweek, of the amount ot  #v  ff'P'^Y'       ^ ,      '  insurance carried, on the Pioneer  .pgj^thag, plant which was destroyed  Sy^fire;6n,-Aug. 12, last���three and a  nad a, headache or dizzy, spell \since  and I-feel like ajSe^{fer_pn;��; ?^  > Booth's Kidnp-^l^^8c��ld'  all , druggists, JkOci''.box;Sunder ~$  ing . its' origin   in :; the ^kidneys, .or,  bladder.    Postpaicl]fr6m';The ���R.; T-  Booth  Co.,   Ltd.I iFortJvErie, Ont. <  Sold and* guaranteed^bylJbHN Love,  5 ���><"'  0.  %& ^   ���;  King Edward Lodged36  ''���" *'���'' -A; F.' and A.JM. ' Y' '      '  Regular communication at �� p.m.  ' /^^QoodiTihurs4ay?ofn_ach mbirihiT  -W^S/XDookl   ^"-'  ^>.^Fraser,  .^u'^&W'/Ol/.c*.**.  :J  .   *f".,*._W��*M-  -*        "   ���  -*f ti ��� ������" * i4 '*    ..<   10 O^HT '8n��*pKoe Lodge  '       V3T.f ���*     ^W��' 3?    CX  Meets ^efery ��Monday|;^ven^ng; ��t<  gMtoeW* Hall.     Visiting brethren;  v "cordially invited,  v ��;  ilCl  -JrF.^cK��nzie,-N-^K^<��PA-  W. A. Pickard, Fin. Secy.  FRAT��^N^AL ORDER  OF EAGLES  PhcAillx Aerie No. 158    r  Meets in Unioni-rfiall,. Friday Evenings. Visiting brothers are always  welcome. ��      �� r     "  J- TMrntoivW-P.   :  Orrin D. Bush, W. Secy.  K. of P. Lodge, No. 28  Meets Tuesday Evening  at  7.30.  C? *-_����.��M*__->.*_- ^_       Ll__,T.%_��1*����._��_->'   v��y*����*Hi/i1lif     ��_:r___ 1   :s|e^"he'evidentally.b,jjld a prophetic  ^jTspicaL-i^which is jjrery applicable  toithe,*.rnethods of modern insurance  coniparies., v ^' ',   ^  ;���-/ Such, comforting assurance as  .UThe wind is tempered tactile.shorn  larnb" is of great^jlace* _cuus.When  weare riot in   nee^d of * con>forting,  "but in our days of tribulation  when  ^e ^JphK^ still persist, even in  the face''df'our most deserving wants  and.��jus���t ,dues  (for, which Ave have  j?ai4d;-frgapd5 coin _gf the,eealm),lit, is  then that we^doubt the .pl.^asant.and  insurance agents and the good  rp4   \jrT~Tf"' 1 rr~'      "*   "'        "���' r"'f" "      ���     *  iss ni��tiio"ds<of their respective  sauve  bo/5  business  c6mp1(H^i>-  ���i<iFaribe itcfrom usi^o decry iirvsufr'-i  ane'e. If premiums are paid promptly and losses adjusted: as quickly as  ^.JbonaVjide .examination can be  |n^d��,^|tiiis? jgjf gieajt nj|iitual4>eae$t  to both policyholder and company,  and ivould - mean-increased- -c-onfi-  dence by the general public and the  best tid VeiCtisemgn t any "j iosu ranee  company could wish. But when (as  is often the case) payment is delayed  it means, great inconvenience, and  sj^ejiin^s'ii^^^lo^ to! tbe small  policyholder when, he Js_bj.irnt out  and requires capital to start afresh  in his business.    *  ;iBy tbe.ironyof fate it seems that  large cpFpprationsrwhoysusiain loss  by fire hay^ their claiqvs>settled Ui a  very short time. ;,that(is,as it should  be, "but why in the name ofcommon  *���     r    *    * *  sense are the claims of a businesses ��� . Uf5^%LfiV^^^:^u'.lT man or smaller policyholder held  Sojourning   brothers cordially weU  lim"   v . ,  corned.  "T    'h.f'.**       :': ' '     lover-on  very inadequate  grounds,  Gordon Thompson,jK. of r.s. | when he really iTe.eds the; money   in  a: .defigfew^aiidjii a ^rnych greater  degree, than a big concern, which  can tide over a difficulty that would  sink any but a comparitively wealthy  man or one who could  immediately  pMtjhw^an^^  Y^$��^!4rer-- hoi cotnpliaihmg '/abo'tft  those cases where there is the slightest cause for (doubt in the legitimacy  ofthe claim ; iri such a case there is  .^CkO^^xeu^e for d^^;,giwt^en a  clear'case of unquestibnabie loss has  been; sub.^Jtte4^|o.;the;f pompanies'  gage Tra!n^�� wC^ ^dj*^ter, arid the  J"rl,i~i''������'    ���  i ���      ~>       policyholder is left in  doubt   for an  indefiniteytime riinnir)g: intc^nijpnths,  it is a very unsatisfactory method of  J. Vy. Hannam, C.C.  * ^      �� _ t- ���*��i**!~W)*3   _*3WI*.*/   " - ������  * ���  : >*.-  Eire, Life, and-Accident. In-  ..   surance.      .General Agents.  Ofiall^ kih(|^ prpipptVy ^attended  to.    Rapid Exptt^ss^ and . Ba^.,  :/.-s'i->'>i  i.  tion to all orders       Phone A65  Jariies :& McKeowti  doing business. - A prompt payment  is in every sense the hallmark   of a  sound business  concern, being   the  fulfillment of the assurance given by  "the ever-ready agent who desires to  do business-with the general public.  If the"companies on they other hand  employ agents, whose .silvery-tong-  ued  rhetoric persuades   the   unsuspecting public to take  out  a policy  with .the understanding that claims  will be quickly met, and such turns  out to be' merely an euphumism on  the part of such agent,  then   by all  means-let us ask the   companies to  employ only, such, people . for, whose  '.word they wilL become, responsible,  and then if payments are   not made  _within a reasonable time, .such com-  panies should be known and looked  sat askance by an intending  policyholder who  desires the   protection  i he, pays. for. *  :This is not a diatribe.agaitist insurance agents���slow payment of claims  !is,,rasrely,theirfault--b,ut a suggfestion  ito companies who do not pay  promptly. If their dillatory ways  were, the,methods,ofr'.our local butcher, the steak that we order today  *f,i  ;and receive three/months he'nee'���  however acceptable���would be but  an unsavory! morsel ahd'would leave  ,us with a feeling of regrset that we  did aot order it from-a reliable firm,  llf the history of delayed insurance  claims, legal technicalities that hinder and law suits that-embarass the  trusting ones-were'written it would'  make very gloomy YeacKhgJ and our  limited: three score years and ten  would indeed-be- but aTdrop^. in the  bucket >ot infinity;, asnd if such a  work^wfere ��pitOWfifted afld pfresente'd  by-. each ageat- to his - prospective  cl ient- we-feer- reasonably confide nt  that it would curtail his business and  n^abe )p\m wi^icbjed inffitrying to6ex-  We do not want to raise a typhoon  in a thimble, but would H&e-'to see  a stovnii'of protest ^a^nst' siich unnecessary waste of valuable1 time,  for if time is money give us at least  ijUrvfuIl measure*6f rtiorfey; and thaf  in good time. If we have paid our  money,alafc"sihav^ our steak, and  let us have it fresh���hope deferred  maketh the heart sick and sometimes  very disgusted with such of those  who, arbitrarily or through lack of  business methods, make us wait iu  our hour of need.  With thjs issue the Pioneer enters  upon its twelfth year of publication  For ten-years and nine months the  Pioneer never failed to appear in  Phoenixon schedule time Saturday  mornings. But the <4deluge" came  arid for three months we have sut-  fering from protracted fireitis., Wc  hasten to assure our readers, how-  ever, that the disease, is not chronic.,  Insurance companies have this week  suggested a probable cure and ���we  hope to be ourself again very shortly.  A new press is now en route for the  Pioneer printery and by'Jan. 1st  next the paper will issue in its former  style. With our crippled equipment we have endeavored to give  our readers readable information-of  the city and mining district but hope  to stimulate our news resources  when we have additional space at  our disposal.  MOTHERS!   ��� y  Preserve Your Children's Hair  Every mother should see that her  children's hair* is dressed with Parisian Sage; the wonderful hair restorer and gerrhicide. A little neglect on your part now, may mean,  much loss of beauty when your girl  grows up.  Prevention Better Than Cure  Parisiam Sage isa rigidly guaranteed hair restorer and cures all scalp  diseases, prevents hair from falling  out and creates a rich luxuriant  growth of hair, a glory to woman  and the prfde^of man".  i A^ pleasant; hair .dressings-ladies  like it, and your druggist John  Love guarantees every bottle that  he sells at SOc., and stand ready to  refund1 your money if it fails to do  its work. By mail postpaid from  Giroux Manufacturing Co., Fort  Erie, Ont. See that the Girl with  the Auburn Hair is on each package. Sold and guaranteed by John  Love; druggist; P__EHOS3EEJ33-^S~3  -~S__��.  /  cal and General  Hack is on  a visit to .  {'   .���".'.  ��e. r\  oyster   cocktails  and Shot  clam bullion at the Brooklyn bar.  Miss Magnusson leaves on a trip  to her old home in Sweden on Monday.  Nichol returned Tues-  visit   with   friends  in  ix on  Thursday,  and   Mrs.   John  Stalker, a son. i;     ,V  ; Eastern Canada holiday rates are  available via "the Great Northern  and its connections.  Chest protectors  are  the  projjgljanagainst colds; to be  at Love^Sfc^LStore.  D����___^_lPl^nB^ccident at Fisher-  eOle OlsPn company did not  show Monday evening.  J. Darling's family arrived from  Spokane this week and have taken  up residence in the city.  Mr. and Mrs. D. J. McDonald  went to Spokane on Thursday on a  visit to the latter's parents.  T. W. Baird, of Oxbow, Sask.,  arrived Thursday on a .visit to his  daughter, Mrs. J. E. Thompson.  The hockey danje passed of very  successfully Thursday evening.  Danny! Deane provided a turkey  dinner.  Chief of Police D. McDougall has  taken out his papers as ** Canadian  citizen, after a dozen years' consideration.  '; D. L. Mclntominey, W. J. Porter  and Martin McHale have been investigating Steamboat Mountain  mineral zone.  Don't forget St. Andrews' supper  on St. Andrews* night (Nov. 30) by  the ladies of St. Andrews' Presbyterian church.  %   A. O. Johnson and   Chas. Hagan  ^returned to Phoenix   Saturday after  a visit to  Sweden.    They   report a  splendid trip.  We ar& pleased to see the Rossland 'Mintejr and other papers taking  the Pioneer's cue and preaching the  gospel of clean hockey.  The death of Thomas McQueen,  father of Albert McQueen of this  city, occurred at Harriston, Ont:,  on Nov. 12th, in his 81st year.  Miss Brethour, who was a nurse  in the local hospital for several  months, left this week for Seattle to  take a position in a large   hospital.  Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Morrin returned yesterday from Peachland, where  Mr. Morrin was winding up the  sale of the Morrin-Thompson business in that town. They wiil take  up residence on Brooklyn avenue.  Provincial Constable Charles Taylor, for some time stationed at Phoenix, but for the past several months  located at' Stewart", has been deposed from the provincial force for  alleged "grafting." The news will  io surprise in Phoenix.  e   local   S. H. & E. F. society  rate   their  fourth   anniversary  tomorrow^    v; ������; y    :  .-,  I^vef^lrori^puinine; and Wine;  its:* genuine bracing tonic���just the  thing for! this .time of: year. Price  75 cents.   ___     ^ _ ,..,���-���, ,^.-,..  The weekly newspaper has the  steady producing qualities. It gets  closer to the people than any other  kind of publicity.,,   .  Word was receive** hererThurs*  day tof the death of James Gumiftmgs  in Vancouver. He and his brother  Allan left Phoenix about six months  ���-.* ��-  ago,  John Mclvor, who. left Phoenix  -some months ago for th�� northern  coast, died in Prince -Rupert, .on.  Nov. 12 following an operatidh for  appendicitis.  James Trumpour will be Jn partnership with W. J. Prendergasf iii  the management of the skating rink  this winter. They expect to have  ice about Dec. 3rd.        .   ���% ���-"���*,  t'" -  McElroy Brothers have.dissolved  partnership in the teaming business,  Lawrence continuing the business,  while Tommy will launch 'o-.it Wa  new contract Monday.  St. Andrews Brotherhood'is a new  literary organization.in the, city. It  meets on first and second Thursdays  of each month in committee., room  of Miners'" Union hall. The first  meeting will be held on the 1st  December, at 8 p.m. All are cor-,  dially invited to the meetings.    i--'  Just received a large shipment of  Parisian Sage, the popular hair  tonic; 50c. per bottle "at Love's. 1  EAGLE BARBER SHOP  For An  Easy Shiive  And Stylish Haircut  Baths in  Connection  IS ALWAYS GOOD when you  are in gopd health and spirits and  have energy to  make  things   hum  Phoenix Beer  will make you healthier and happier,  give you more strength and vigor  to infuse actjyfydy/jnto your business  PHOENIX BEER is not only a  tonic, it is a system cleanser, a  digestion assistant, a muscle builder  and a life brightener. It keeps the  doctor away.    Try it.  Phone 23  PHOENIX BREWING CO.  TSi# underwear  without a faulti  Just     the  style,    site  or    weight  y o u     I i k e  Under we cff and Hosiery  a> ��� " *"  ' t. *- -  for any season or climate,  for  man, Ax/oman or child,  at    the    right    price ,-;  And   it   won't   shrink!'  the    ti aden;.j;.k  f It's    on .   every    .  ~PcnJ^/\y&&&n$,n.    ga^ent.   in   red  \   .      Try     No.     95 -  fc.  .    ^ .     medium weight   ,  '  A.-*/  n  ���*-��*   .1    ���  "jrURSHRINKABL-.^C  Af<zr~��  POOL TABLES AND BOWLING ALLEYS  Complete line of PIPES, TOBACCOS, CIGARS  AND CIGARETTES Always in Stock  Finest Secection of CONFECTIONERY, Try the  FAMOUS - KOHINOOR - CHOCOLATES  Connection.  ^Me�� First-CIass Barber Shop ��  AN     EASY    SHAVE,    STYLISH    HAIRCUT,     REFRESHING  MASSAGE .;..*..    i :.; ,   . \   \. INVIGORATING SMAMPOO.  COSGROVE & McASTOCKER, Proprietors  QUEEN'S HOTEL  R.  V. CHISHOLM, Prop.  DANNY DEANE, Manager.  This is the Largest and Newest Hotel in the city,  heated by steam, and well furnished thoughout  for the accommodation of the public. Everything  Neat, Clean and Up-to-Date. Meals served at  all hours.  Bar Stocked wfith Choices. Uciiiaops ancl Cigars  CENTRALLY LOCATED CRT CORNER  BRIDGE   AND   KNOB   HILL  AVENUE  Bie&m Heated, Electric  Lighting. I'  Telephone 48 and ��$ %  The Finest Quality iri  MILK AND CREAM  at.. '.  Strftetly - Freefo - E&&8  J. W. Ha.nna.mp Proprietor  J_. MMTHEsSO  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE GLASS,  C O MM IS S I ON E R FOR TAKING  AFFIDAVITS.  FIRE, t#E AND  ^' Accident  PHOENIX.     BaOa ���HP*?!!***  WMtm^YYYY  ^mii0Y-Y-W:Y"'i--'Y  f^w^^YYY^YY..:i\:!']'!-:  ,j9^>:y?#yyy -.���:���'  Vmrn^-'x----- .yy y;;y  ??n^'/';vvyy'yyy.'V^u''\.y.  W/'''*-V,->'i--:'-"-->'-'    v-  ^|fl^:i,M:yv  1f##��fc^:':^V,y  ^WSffivy7.y--.y yy-  lli'^vyg'-y-y y .y, ;���  ^^YilYYYYY'^  W^0Yttttt:  sMYsYYl  *-v^--  . * '(.. fr*   ... .'���^.'..'.���.'*}V.  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'it  ���yrf-':  ���N.*�� SN  H  i'-<-; *'"'-'"  .���V;'??-v;  \$>v!i  . -. it,*-.*  m  ���' '^'���'i  m  $Y;-'  ���vy.��.-  !&?:HS^SS5^^*i��sf^:i^s^   ^__iM       -__-_.-!���� vrn^'  *$  - V'l-  . i* .".'IV.'  * ** l ifci  :-��� -.������-:: \  mi  '*%  a  Eft  ft  -*�����,--. '<W,'W*'.'  c'j  INAUGURATE NEW,     ;l  HEATED^ SYSTEM  For Handing:Jo| A#Perishable  Freight on C. P. R.  ��� ���f^��� ";<���"   "'ii''  lt" A<circular Jhas Jy st been issued  fro'm thi office "of! the Assistant  Freight Traffic Manager of ;the  C.P.R., giving particulars of .the  heated car service which has been  installed for the convenience; of  shippers of perishable freight, snclj  as fruit, vegetables, eggs, -hepse^  liquors, etc^ The service will be in  effect until Dec. 31st, and will (bei)  be suspended till further notice,|ex  cept when shipments of 10,000  or over are offered for forwarding to  points on any one route, wheij  heated    cars    will   be    provided;;   aj  M���   owner's   risk   of   heating.     Sho Id  ^Distributors for Western Canada snjpper's so desire, one man, will be  "~ - ' - ^   #t-     passed free in Charge   cf heaters in  both directions over any route witlj  one or more cars. The routes;; a e  numbered, and Route 50 refers to  Nelson, to Boundary and sub-divi--  sion, stations West Robson to Midi  way- inclusive; also Phoenix |and  Mother Lode subdivision station?. ;;  The car will leave Nelson on way-  freight arriving Phoenix on Saturday  on train 366; leave Phoenix Moirf  day on train 365 arriving Greenwood Monday on freight and retjn lining to Nelson on^Tuesday on freight;  connects at West Robson wit(i  "steamer for Arrow Lake  Ports.;     ,  Omgtt  and cough* with a ��? c����  Mathlep's  Syrup &������  of Ter �����*  Ced Liver OH  ThU   famous  preparation ianot  only a cut* ^^  a preventive of  throat and lung  trpublea. Take it  in time. ���  It ia the most successful Cough Remedy in Canada.  Large bottle 35 cents; all dealers.  l.l..WaWem4e��.tw*ef%.  Foley Bros. Larson & Go.  I Winnipeg, Edmonton,  ��� Vancouver, Saskatoon  I Business Change  : I wish to inform the public of  Phoenix that I have purchased the  shoe, business of A T. Turano and  will continue the same .in the old.  stand, Stem winder building, v Being;  experienced in the-making^ of>shbes,'  I will endeavor to give al.t^patrons  satisfaction.    A call solicited.  Joseph Grande  Lumber and Wood  When in need of LUMBER,  LATH, SHINGLES, CORD-  WOOD   or   SLABWOOD    I  can   fill  your   order   promptly.  O. A. ROSS        Phone A44  First-CIass Fir and Tarn  arac Wood, $5.00 per cord  Pine Woodf $4^50 per coreh  Pine Wood, ^double cut,   per  cord, $6.06.  WOO�� DEMVERR�� ��W  SHORT  MOTSOI&- 'Ptoen�� BS2  ���Johnson & Anderson  &  .vStop tha# cough! Don't let it  ^ %the start of you, but stop it  ri&r'it away befor^ it gets serious.  --:  "twelfth NightwXomingrl    \  .. An: announcement   of  more than  ordinary interest to the lovers ofthe  best in dramatic literature is that of  the   engagement   of   the    superior  company of players headed by  Will  Ham   Yule   and   Violet    Eddy,    in  ������Twelfth Night?" which .appears in  Phoenix opera house oniNoy. 29th,<  Shakespeare was .manifestly in a  holiday mood when  he  penned, this  delightfully irresponsible comedy of  improbabilities. \ No great .prqbfein  clojrged the flow  of his   fancy���no  call to right the wrongs, ofhnmanity  choked the serene   utterance  of his  joyous   muse.    Even Viola   is   less  strenuous than  most of our poet's  heroines, and throws herself with a  gay   spirit   into   the   masquerading  adventures through which she passes  to comedy's Inevitable goal-���the hymeneal altar.    No less an authority  than Mr. Halli-well Phillips describes  "Twelfth Night" as "The perfection  of English   comedy  and   the  most  fascinating drama in the  language.  Grand Forks Hockey  At the re-orgahization meeting of  the Grand Forks hockey club last  week the following officers were  elected: Honorary president, Ernest MillejjM.P.P.; honorary vice-  preside^ jH. C. Kerman; president,  W..A. Williams; vice-president, T.  &*W&fJ&f secretary-treasurer, Thos;  Cook; manager, Walter Miller.   -_____; *��   As   good   advertising   is  a   vital  This Oven Bakes  because it is evenly heated-rrbecause it^v, ilwropghly  heated, always. The heat-flues, broad and deep,  encircle the entire oven so that xt bakes as well  at the top as at the bottom, and in the comers  as well as the centre. The bottom is doubly stiffened  w hTcaa" warp and tilt pies. The Inner body of the  Kootenay is thoroughly protected with asbestos-the oven  waUs   ca^t btirn  throat    Besides,^he Kootenay. ove��; ��  thoroughly Ventilated��� No food ���M.^&*ZjV��*��  atejim You get perfect baking results. Ask the nearest  McClary agent to show you the* toany other adrantag��s > found  exclusively in a  r.  cteel R'ange  Write to the nearest McClary Iwanch for booklet and detailed  information. It will show you *hy your range money w^Lb.  best invested in a Kootenay.  ���9  '     ��.  isl'C*.  c��it*rr  by the Morrin-Th����np������ C^mpaitir"  Lontok.    Toronto.    Mctreri.    Wianlpef,    Tawoom.    St. Jotoo. %B.    Jiisiilioa.  For ��a  Brod  The Only First-CIass and Up-To-Date  Hotel in Phoenix. New from cellar  to roof. Best Sample Rooms in the  Boundary, Opposite Great Northern  Depot. v v Modern Bathrooms.  WrEAM HEATED.      ELECTRIG LIGHTER  ���i-i  James Marshall, Pro.*  \ ^%^^S^:^^  Our cough remedy will do the work,  part of store service, a good store  price 50c.    Love's Ding Store. I must be advertised.  Emmd-Irip Ga^diaa  To pgints in Ontario, Quebec, New^Brunswick and Nov^  -   -   $99.85       HALIFAX,     ^113.4��  Tickets on sale Dec. 1st to 31st, final return limit 3 months from  date of sale. Stop over privileges in both directions. To accommodate  visitors to Old Country reduced round trip tickets so d to Atlantic^sea-  ports in connection with Atlantic S.S. tickets .Nov. iith to Dec. 31st,  with five month limit. ?  Further information regarding rates to #*9fr.ts?np*^uo$ed, w>S>tesV  stop ove^.'etc., cheerful%fumishe^ by calling ^.^^r^mg^--  Car��Af Morthora RAilw&y  W.  X.  PERKINS? Agent.  Hous^liolcl  A multitude of household worries are overcome by having your  Laundrying done at the Reco Laundry��� �� .. ���   -vvv^'V* ������������;.���,���/  AU. WORK    *  A1�� JY g  'V.  1  Vy-gfffr*'":  sggr***?^^  ���^fM^*^^^  'J-  I  ���v  .-f  ���-n  P?  *r  I ft  *W  -#  C0JVF��N�� AT NRL&OIS\ works had to keep pace with, if not'    j he a little ahead of the country's de-  Three   Hundred;*;Delegates   At-jvel��pment/sb that   not  only  seven  tend Provincial Convention        and a  half millions  of money,  but  .,,      ; -    ^, ,   ,r^ (even more.would be needed for the  A. S. Hoodj Jame^arshail, W. I work*    :The   government   counted  jiy.y. vvijuams ana 'K.ooert  tverr re- �� &     '   ��*����-.-   *��._' * iuvi-  tumed  Saturday from .the*ton3SS]dence   and   ^e   Prosperity   of'the  vative  conveqtion   ait   Nelson   and|countrv under business administra-  tiop of its affairs.    And in this qbn-  Underwe  were quite enthusiastic  over what I 'fif ,--,-....*.. ~.    *����JV, ��u ujIS v?jn.  they/claimrwas?fthe largest^gatheringJ,1?ction�� th�� first'minister paid high  of the kind ever held ih th* *kM_-s J__    tribute to the energy  and  efficiencv  ofthe kind ever, held in the^rdviiJeTJtribute to the ��n��'r��y an<* efficiency  The Hon. Richard McBffde, pre- Kf.th5 niirlister of works, whose com-  nier; the Hon. Thomas Tayiarrain-' Bf^USA���'0"8*���*"��� of his  depart-  sterof nublic wnr.c  _-^i h^��    \x/    "nent was today folly*appreci'a tecchy  British Columbia's public r      "A  ister of public works, and Hon.  W.  RiflRoss* Hin^eK���� *i"|nds^ *veri  present    and    were    the   principal  speakers.    Including proxies'/ there  w&s/a voting strength of 310, delegates coming from all over the province, many- having a full muster of  representatives.     The^rtaniiatipli  wars* in   splendid - shape,   the   new  pi^dent^ W.;r_W|^pf?;kg^li  -JL 'J-  It was. predictedCthat ihe tpjiip  trunk road from Vancouver tc$tne  Alberta boundary would be completed in two or three years atWhe  most, and, with the co-operation; of  tlie governments of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, three years  trpmi nowi, would see direct . ct>m-  ^^.^^.^Wisfced between *^ah  stpice, being a very^ bright energetic ""d ~"T" ^"'"^"^ ^lw^n*y.an-  young   man.    The   great   banquet couver and Winnipeg, by, excellent  We have bought exceptionally heavy in LADIES-  UNDERWEAR of all .ki���ds this W,;ther��  we are compelled to offer them to the public for  a few days at a very low/price, in order to reduce  the stock.  ^ Your requirements^ill be very easily satis.  fied, both in Quality andlBri'ce:  Winter Weight Cotton Underwear, Reg. 50c.. now 37^c  Fart \A/r��r��1 an#i  *r*��.i_^���       ���      /��*     ����� i* ��.  boththUanq  ma4*  ^^^rtffl^tnicatioflj'be in the  ruj  ^  ^^����^ Premier   McBride outlined  '&���*8; legislating   The   government,  he  sMd? W&^mWtei^ot  .>"  "'���"^--v^^.^'^assgi^aeiegates; ct the  cordiality of Koote^iay's hospitfil^,  anj ttheir realization that, a great  future'is iii* store' for thisT, ricn^r^-  sourceful and  enterprising' district.  Part Wool and Cotton  Heavy Weight Wool  Pure Wool Ribbed"  Plain Knit  <<  (C  <t  (��  i<  ��i  75c. .now 60c  /  " 100     now 80c  M 1.25... now 1.  ��  n  (i  i<  ti  ff  <c  ��  <(  <(  Extra Fine  Fine Merino  Combinations  Combinations  ii  ti  ti  it  " 1.25.  " 1.50:  "2.50.  ��  3.25  now 1.00  i       ,.  .now 1.20  '��� now 1.60  now 2.00  now 2.75  ?'i5������iAS,'  business  hnef,for all^ritisgC^atrlj^ .'f^-|f f&  /anta^e.   f^r ^11   ^��1^ deci**"to   Proce���  Big Conservative Building  have  Conservatives  ceeu   atl>. once  >��� V    *^r-  with  bJaS,.advantage,   for   all   interests i..   . .      -   ��� .  with eguhy "and justice.    Referring **"^Tt f ". ^ ~���"l ^"  to tbl^ia'ti?questi6n, belaid' the <*uarters bu.ld.ng-at.a cost.of.$300,-  Conserv^ves'were   ^r^^Cr^ ^t VT0'?***'  chan av��- �������� ��^^�� i- '    j "��� Cowan, M.P., heading the sub-  cnan ever to preserve   Canada as a   '��*�����-* 6���   -  white man^fcount^and feoonal  a C��lRs^*��r_^S��_r��^>^Jl' ^���^iv"_ _i&  scription   list^with;. a ^donation   of  |l50ipp.     pirt. of thej buildinf wgl be  a Conservaeure government was enr i -^     The club 1,as^neaTly^o55  trenched   at   Ottawa   a   long   step  members.      '  would  be   taken, in   this  desirable    ,.  ;    ','.1    ".   '   r   direction.    There was a consider- |^>leT System of Barber Colleges  able surplus in the/provincial treasi 1^" ��Pen oneA?uf their famous schools  - mjCalgary, Alberta, November 21st  Extra Heavy Combinations   5.oo... now 175  12 DOZEN NATURAL WOOL UNDERWEAR  '. TO CLEAR- ���' .     ���   ���  $L00 Quality for'   T\   -   ,    , 7JfrJ  $1.50 arid $1.25   r  . yj ��� y    y    ,   95c.  The Hunter-Kendrick Co.  ury,  but   the   government  did, not  propose to  keep it there.     It  was  required for the opening up and de-"  ve,fPf?fnt of British Columbia���for  the^provision   of good  roads, good  schools and other necessities of this  We teach the,, barber trade and  guarantee situations; wages $18 to  $30, per\ week; A reduction .will  be given students joining oh open  ing day,/-; Full ;.particulars^- tree.  Write "for special offer. Moler  Barber College^ Spokane, Wash.  OPE^A riOUSE,' PHOJENIX, B. C.  TUESDAY, f^ovemfeer 2  O. P. WALKER PRESENTS  SHAKESPEARE'S  IDEAL   COMEDY  Dolls, Toys, Leather Goods  FancyGoods of AG! Kinds  The first consig-nhient of our Holiday Goods have  already arrived and we will soon have a complete  stock of all the latest Novelties for Christmas.  : It will soon be time for Christmas presents for  friends in the Old Country and distant parts to be  selected. A nice, rangeof useful articles that are  easily mailed will be found at our store.  AL.  ALMSTRQIVS       Efcor--��K_#,,-D  ���tau  ,������ . f MOST CAPABLE COMPANY, INeLUDING  ryhMil^PL^' ^   > VIOLETEDDY,  A'MASSIVE  SCENIC AND COSTUME  PRODUCTION  $1.00, 75c., ,50c.  J  asferri Townships Bank  ANNtJAL MEETING  Notice; Is Hereby Gflven that* the Annual General  ' Meeting* of thef Shareholders of thi^ Bank \vill- be held'  at theit'Banking Hbuseih the City of Sherbrooke on  ' Weariesclay "i JSlfl/ElJTH ^WeM^B^ ^Wxti *l  The, chair will be taken at two o'clock.  :r ^By order of the Board,  ...������������'" ;.'. "���'....."'."      J. MACKlNNON,,General Manager,"'.  .Sherbrooke, Que., November,2nd, 1910.  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