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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Oct 15, 1910

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 JMM   ��-T����J��  .       I'  *-* X**��  ����  o e n IX  Eleventh Year  phoenix, b.c, Saturday, October is, 1916  ��� <\f 1 > 1  GRANBY WILL INCREASE  OPERATIONS AT SMELTER  Two More Furnaces to Be Blown lii��� Report Presented at Annual Meeting of the Company  There is every, indication that,the new directorate of the Granby  company intend to pursue a progressive policy in connection with the  company's properties and a considerable expansion, may be looked fqr in  the course of a few months.  On Monday next two more furnaces will be blown in, at the Granby  smelter, when six of the battery of eight furnaces at the big reduction  works will again be in operation. This means that the shipments from  the mines will,again take a jump and operations return to their former  normal, ^condition;, > - -* < ��� <- ,,  ���      '  Under a proposed, plan of expansion-it is not improbable that the  entire battery of eight furnaces at the smelter-will be in operation by the  first of January next., ���   . . ,  At the annual meeting of the Granby-Consolidated Mining, Smelting  and Power company in New York last week the management presented  a very comprehensive report to the shareholders covering operations not  only,for the year ended June 30,,-1910, but for previous years since the  organization ofthe company. The report,incorporates some interesting  remarks by Pres..Langeloth, General Manager Graves and also the much  discussed report of Otto Sussman which was-submitted to the board'of  directors last March, and which caused the perpendicular drop of $50'  per share Jn the price of the company's shares.  ,/The production;for the year ended JtMe; 30, 1910, was as-follows: >  ...'.   22,750,111 lbs.'bf copper soldat 12i91 cents.      *..,'   r "  ";    uJ   355,7^9 ozs. of silver sold at 52.33 cents; '      ^ -���;,  ".���"':'"Total-gross proceeds. ....... $4,099^925  Working expensesat mines and, smelter, freight," Vv,  refining, selling, /etc,.,  . $3,343,149  Foreign ore purchased         191,828  Net profits   , -  Surplus from previous year . .v. .,   Total, surplus. .���   Less dividends paid        270,000  Less discounts on shares- sold -         202,434  Less interest paid ,  60,674  Less allowance for depreciation        266,154  Net surplus June 30, 1910    The cost per ton of ore including all expenses was $2.79  per pound of copper after deducting gold  and  silver  values  was  10.3  cents.      '     . -  There has been expended on new construction and equipment at the  smelter $53,633.  The mine development totalled 13,267 linear feet; diamond drill development, 6438 feet. Granby ore smelted amounted to 1,175,548 dry  tons'; foreign ore smelted, 21,829 dry tons.     ' :  We make the following comparison with previous years:  NUMBER SEVEN MINE  IS Nbw aMpper  ( vV/VfcP  f-**-���5**.  Week's Output, of Mines Shows  Substantial Increase  ] As stated.in last week's Pioneer  shipping commenced from the Con-  solidated's Number, Seven mine in  Central camp,, the ore going out  over the new tram line to Boundary  Falls, then via C. P. R. to 'Trail  smelter.    Only a small tonnage has  BIG REDUCTION IN  THE COPPER OUTPUT  A Reduction,of; 16: Per Cent ih^  ,    the Past Three Months     '  Boston-77-The^ -decrease;, of./over^  20,000,000 pounds; in   the American .  surplus of copper as shownl by .the ,  September statement,of the Copper,,  ^Producers',Association���a  develop- ,  ment  the   importance  of which  [s  emphasized.when it\is /recalled that  been sent out as yet,  however, the  the mine curtailment,has not yet had  ���. _t>* ->  3,534,978  564,946  2,698,687  3,263;634  799,263  2,464,370  The cost  output to date amounting to 170tons.  Xhe total -, ore*, shipments *,from  Boundary mines took" a jump' this  week, Mother Lode and Rawhide  being largely responsible for tbe  increase.        ' ' ���   '-''-        '     <   -  An interesting feature of the?tonnage returns this'week   is. that the  British Columbia Copper company's  smelter treated more ore  than   that  of the Granby, by reason of the formers  increase.     This   is   the   first  time in"*the history of the; properties  that this has.occurred.    'But  as the  Granby,will blow in, two   additional  furnaces next week its  reffurns, will  probably soon jump o.ut.of reach of  its-Boundary competitor.   ��� - ������,*���'&:���... -  ' 'Following are the* returns  of'the'  output ..'of the* mines and smelters of  the Boundary  district for the week  ending Oct. 15 and for year to date:  Granby 13,646        895,534  Mother Lode 9,503        276,163  Rawhide   2,800 6,700  Snowshoe   2,340        119,925  Oro Denoro  9,339  Jackpot       329 9,852  Number Seven...      170 170  Golden Eagle... 120  Sally  32  28,788    1,317,835  SMELTER TONNAGES  Granby 13,175        819,073  B.C. Copper Co. 13,490        273,488  1910  Copper, lbs 22,750,111  Silver, oz       355,749  Gold, oz. ......  Gross ....  Charges,  etc..  Net profits..  Dividends.. . ...  1909  21,901,528  335,521  45,761  $3,983,536  3,302,402  681,134  270,000  48,804  $4,099,925  3,534,978  564,946  27^,000  balance sheet compares as follows:  Assets:  Cost of land, machinery, etc....  Stocks and bonds....... . . ....  Fuel and store supplies. 7. . .... .  Cash and copper. .  . .  Liabilities:  Capital stock issued.. . . . . . . . . . .  Dividends held for liquid'atdiy etc  Accounts and wages payable. . . .  Surplus, .j. ... .;. . . .... ... . . ���  1908  21,126,926  300,593  40,139  $3,790,184  3 j 183,662  606,522  675,000  1910  ..$15,253,514  V. 962; 622  '."���: ���264,603  r: 1,011,970  ..17,492,711  .14,849,565  .. 2,191  176,584  ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ���...........; .';'.     2,464,370  Total... :....... .  '.    17,492,711  (CONTINUED   ON   LAST  PAGE)  1907  16,410,576  257,378  35,083  $4,521,549  2,596,612  1,924,937  1,620,000  1909  $15,452,996  981,503  136,800  600,459  17,171,759  13,500,000  1,428  971,644  2,698,687  17,171,759  Busy at Napoleon  At the British Columbia Copper  company's Napoleon development  work is now being pushed on a large  scale. Sixty teams and' scrapers  are employed stripping the immense  ore body. The big reduction works  is nearing completion and the out  side crew has been supplemented by  the addition of 40 men.  time to show itselftin,.refinery*statisr  tics���has resulted inr bripgirig^down ,  the world's surples  to a little oyer^  359,000,000   pounds.    This ,.figure*.,  compares with. a .high mark, of 4Q1 ,-  000,000, pounjds,as  of date July. 1,  the reduction in the following .three  months having amounted to 10%.  It is .clearly to. be  seen  that the  world's surplus���and. the   consump- .  tion on the other side of .the water  is at its best���will, be  further  sub-,,  stantially reduced during the remain  ingv months of this year  as , the, Oc-..  tober   and    November > statements,,  should begin to show  the .result of t  the, 15% curtailment inunirie output.-  which  has  now .been) in  effect* be-  tween   30  and" 6VT'���'Says.:*��'Front a"  'Statis'tical'stahdp'qiht, -therefore;1 -the  position of copper is  likely to  show  a striking betterment, between-now  and the first of. January. ,  ' +��� :   Boundary Mining Notes  It is expected that the shaft in the  Combination property near Greenwood will be down 100 feet in the  course of a month, when drifting  will commence to  strike  the ledge.  yV. A. Pickard was in town this  week from the Riverside mine and  reports an important strike on the  property. The company has decided  not to sell any more shares at  present.  A fine showing of quartz has been  struck in the Argo tunnel at Greenwood.  Business Change  L. Y. Birnie has disposed of his  plumbing and tinning business to J.  H. Matthews and will leave shortly  for Medicine Hat, Alberta, where he  has purchased a large hardware  business.  Tvlr. Birnie returned Monday after  closing   the   deal   for the  Medicine  Hat business, which is the most extensive of its line in that city, and is  now   preparing' to   move   with   his  family.    The departure of Mr.  and  Mrs.  Birnie   from   Phoenix  will   be  regretted    by   a   large   number   of  friends.     During  their  residence of  a  dozen  years  in  this  city he has  been a prominent business man and  has   served   on   the  city council at  different   times,   while   in   the   less  strenuous life he has been the worthy  right bower of Sir Isaac -Walton, an  enthusiastic curler, a  marksman of  note, and a  motorist  with   records.  Mrs.    Birnie   has   been   active    in  social circles.  J. H. Matthews returned to town  Wednesday after spending some  months at Revelstoke and has al  ready taken over Mr. Birnie's busi  ness here, with which he was for*  merly connected. "Harry," as he  is popularly known, is welcomed  back by his many friends, who will  wish him prosperity in his new  undertaking.  * "r  v.  ���*?**���< J*V  t  ���i  HoMse-Cleaning Time  it   *    v ,,  \      . H j '  is here again* , We have a very large  stock of RUGS AND LINOLEUMS  .which we offer,you at a big reduction^  Gall and look at our supply before buy-  > m�� elsewhere.  \ <���       ^!> ,,; ,   ; .       *    ���  /     All kinds of FURNITURE oh hand  ,at' right/ ?, prices. ,   We ,als6 v carry   the  ; famdus Qsterrribbr Mattress which, stands  ', the test; 7 ���,     '<    , ()     <'"���     > ��� !  s��  C.    F.    EdV^ardS,   Undertaker  Furniture  '   /  Carpets  EMPRESS BUTTER  K- \ Sw_j&$ us%l!ksjpott^ble\lainosiM��etv4whenf  I      ;  J        t ��*\v     '( -*        ./  r1  4'  l' 7  4 ."  ��  ;custom^ofliayifehltipdmg ;with _\_ner-  ican millionaires,behevifagfthat i the  Htter^oldglhg^coi^fpr^e muni-  ficence^oftthe/gratuities. J But;, as a  an)v4nierican ^butlto ;a Canadian^  fln^tHe^GpuntyK Court ,!of i Yale,  . A^Hplden)iy at �� Grandi ,4_?orks,w,ra  & JfRrobateim the Matter of John  Suttbn^VPn^cidiyAdrriinrstrator.iy b&  administrator of all and singular the  estate ofyjonjiv 'F/CfTnpmas^late jjof  5l?ho"ebix,S,B; G: ,^deceased��; in testate^  We are now stocking the Celebrated "Empress  ;*\|^Brand'1, of   Creamery   Butter    from    Eastern  >! Canada;    This Butter is pronounced to be the  ^ finest "on the, market.     ^ -v '��� >*���   >;^      ���,  >     c ^ Eggs, $9.50 g?;te  *   #   >-���'    "7 -  ^  / \  >      i  1  t jt j* j    ^ *  ^7^<.  -v  Phone  4 ^'A4  3 lbs.;fof $1 00.       141b. Box $4.50  McLaren' s Ontario Cheese, 20c. per lb.  ���������    < b   , ���  r'!Pi!Bums & Co; l_td. Phoenix,B.C.  . /  fv   i'i'v'v.��  ���IV-       ;i*.    '(/ ^ , .  ^*  ft  presented^ tips, to abiamquntthat  ^Wsecoaded; .it^seems, by a felld.w-  cquntnrman, a young nhulti-milhon-^  airer^MvUch.mpre. interesting: mfor-f  matipnt about tipping is. to be" found  iri the .same,- article., ;  i|7|AN|liohal Apple; Sfibw    *:\  ffi&t*?7$��?i$MM��??% Pf the fi^t'" Canadian  mm-\^W44^^^^pte.Show.to"be,held in  t.^%XT 1_ SW_*       -24     _1     \r_.        e>^ ���  ;6aymentn forthwith j to,.,,the* under-  signed^ and,every- person. having- Un  possession effects belonginer to de-  .ceased is, required ^forthwith,, to;de-  liver.same,over^tofundersierned.^ * 7  f;,fE^ery creditor- or- other - person  haying-.anyjclaim*upon"or interest jh  t^e1Uis^ribution70|f'the estate'of the  deceased isv required befpfe(} the 8th  da^of ;Nbvember, 1910. to send^by  registered; fmaiL addressed ;to the  undersigned,;his name-andp full particulars d�� disclaim or - interest' and  astat^menfof^his account, verified  by;'statutory declaration J   and   the  POOL TABLEis 1!VND BOWLING ALLEYS  V    s^ ^  ^ CompleteMine of PIPES, TOBACCOS, CIGARS " A  ;   .AND, CIGARETTES  ..  .  . .   Always in Stock  Finest Selection of CONFECTIONERY, Try the  .   . '  FAMOUS - KOHINOOR -CHOCOLATES  New First-Class Barbep Shop lnec^  AN    EASY    SHAVE,    STYLISH   HAIRCUT,    REFRESHING  ;>r4  1    1 1  MASSAGE  #%;' V*  $f4r dicatioo of 4 large attendance.   The  ^isyvjo _�� t>   ...1    ^..��>haj.. ^ji  _____i  -  t ���. A^   ^^c.P.R. will issue reduced rates from  IS y It *v .li       * i l#U parts off the Dominion.    For the  Hmw%-^ * *^ ?  1*- 1M-"  9- V/n  district the   dates' are:  *>{  11�� ^""Qflbd g^ing from ^Oct. 28" to Nov.  * -7     .,    i'o   Ci-^.Lj *rJL<iJ~.4...*.~   *���*.   XT���.   r��      ***>f  *i  ,*d  had* hii^/arm badly crushed  while  f Coupling cars at Fisherman on Wed-  *, ��eMay. "/Hfe was taken to the hos-  pfjtal at Griind Forks.  .''/^fte^theiaid 8th dayofNdvem^  ;ber,^19ip4tjie^;adminis^  proceed^with1 theld'eitrifeution of ,the>  estate having regard to those claims  only^b^wtsich  he sh"all then�� have  had notice.,. .    , ^ *// j       ^,  -Datea^ati (Grand Forks, ^B.C, the  istOptober,;1^10.fi       . ^(, ,  v    A. C: SUTTON, ,  Official Administrator,  ,if.   Grand Forks, ,B.C.\,  T.    ���  INVIGORATING SMAMPOO.  C0SGR0VE & McASTOCKER, Proprietors  <.    ���'        1  ^,��  �� >  rrt  ( * �����  ���H ��A'    '  t i  THE  + ���? j  ���i  v i  i  ���*"    V  ��l��  V%st-Clkps��� Fjr arid Tarn  agrac^ood,! $5.00 per cord  PindlWopd,1 $4.50 per\60rd.  Pine'*Wood, double cut,  p^r  cord, $6.00.  WOOO;D_��U��ERE��  OBti  SHORT  Employs a System Which Makes it  ,Easy for its Out-of-Town Depositors  To Open Accounts and Transact  Business  By  Mail t With Any , of  Its  8i Eighty-One Branch Offices 81  Detailed Information Furnished on Request  dREENWOO  t* f  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  GREENWOOD, B.C. ������������WHfVB������K_gw  -r*-5���Wrr-1���  <   *   5    '     ,if'5*<1j*''iilJ  (.-f -"  ^**>  - r. ������  _rl  Ev��ry mother should realize  that the skin of her baby it so  tender that the secretions of  the body often lead to rashes*  eruptions* etc., all of which may  be removed by Zam-Buk. Scores  of restless, crying babies* upon  examination, are found to be  suffering from some form of skin  irritation or "heat " Don't let  the little one suffer when .Zam-  Buk will cure h*  Mrs. L. Hood, of 47ft Alexander Avenue,  W nnlpeg, says: " I have proved the  value ,of Zam-Buk when applied to  children's sores. Some nasty sores broke  out around mj baby a mouth, and despite  all the preparations used, they refused to  heal. 1 took him to St. Boniface hospital  and he remained' there for two weeks. -  At the end o*1 that time he was no better,  and we again took him home. I was  then advised to trv Zam-Buk and obtained  a supply. The effect of the first few applications was very gratifying, and I continued with the use of the balm. A little  perseverance resulted in a complete euro."  Mrs. E. Cocker, of Torkton, 8aak.,ssys: V Hy  little baby grirl bad a bad running sore all over  her little ehin. A few applications of Zam- Buk  healed the sore in such a perfect manner that  no scar was left behind.'*  Scores of similar cases could be quoted.'  Zam-Buk is absolutely pure���contains no rancid  animal fats, nd mineral coloring matter, no  astringent poisons. It is the ideal balm for  baby.  Zam Buk cures* eczema, rashes, ringworm,  chapped hands, scurry,heat rashes, cuts, burns,'  ulcers, discharging sores, and all skin injuries-* |  and diseases. 60c. box, all druggists and stores,  or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, for price.    D  take th* risk of using harmful {nutations I  Lumber and Wood  When in need of LUMBER,  LATH, SHINGLES, CORD-  WOOD   or   SLABWOOD     I  fill  your  order  promptly.  can  Co A. ROSS  Phone A44  EAGLE BARBER SHOP  * 7 "   ;  For An Easy. Shave  And Stylish Haircut  Baths in  Qonneotibn  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  it** * 4  and  Boundary Mining: Journal  ^"ISSUED  WEEKLY  Subscription, 2.00 per year  2:50 to United States.v  T. Alfred Love, Publisher.  The underwear  without a fault  J;-:U S*t>::\t.ft.;e.  style, size  or weight  you    like  The Pioneer has before referred  to the necessity of a 24-hour telephone service in Phoenix. Occasion  for a night service is demonstrated  every day, and the lack of it causes  much inconvenience at times. A  continuous service would- be particularly valuable to the mining1 companies and to many of the business  men of the city as well, and there is  no reason why a city of the size and,  importance of Phoenix should be  limited to the schedule of rural ham*-  lets in' the matter of telephoning  hours. The B. C. Telephone company is .prepared to inaugurate the  night service if telephone users will  guarantee the increased expense. If  those interested in continuous telephone hours would only get together  there is no doubt but that a satis-.  factory arrangement could be made.  Let us have an up-to-date service.  for any season or climate,  for man,; woman or child,  at the ri ght p r i c e .  An d  i t  won't   shrink!  Purchase      by  A  ** the   trademark.  Per?  'A'VNSHRINKABUV.  7r<>ctc   At<3/~A  It's on every  /{nglo garment-in red  \ Try     No.   ,9 5-  mediurn weight  The city of Phoenix is very fortunate in th%- supply of water which  has been ' obtained by' the waterworks company tapping the Brooklyn and Idaho mines, especially  when it is taken into consideration  that many of the surrounding cities  are at present facing a serious problem in the matter of water for domestic purposes. The water in the  lower levels of the Brooklyn and  Idaho has been tested by Government Analyist Fagan and pronounced as excellent. There is almost an unlimited supply of it for  general purposes anji the company  are now considering installing an  electric pump to replace the old air  pump which at present forces the  water into the city mains. It will  at least be a matter of congratulation that a supply of water other  than that in Marshall lake has been  secured.  The vacancy in the provincial  cabinet has been filled by the inclusion of William R. Ross of Fernie,  who accepted the portfolio of lands.  The Hon. Price Ellison, who for the  past year filled that office with such  conspicuous ability, has become  minister of finance and  agriculture.  FADS AND FANCIES  -*    , \   . j  OF FASHION <��pm  1  We have purchased for Fall Trade a large selection  of the latest creations in the Jewelry line.    These  will shortly begin to arrive. <A _  SILVERWARE  We have purchased a LARGE ASSORTMENT OF  NEW AND UP-TO-DATE SILVERWARE, which  will arrive the coming week.     Keep your eye on our  Show Windows.  HAND  BAGS  The newest styles and shapes. Large selection to  pick from. Monograms or single letters made to  order for same on short notice.  Es   A.   BLACK} THE JEWELER  DRAYING  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Baggage Tran sfer. Carefu 1 attention to all orders      Phone A65  James J. McKeown  Advertising is something like fishing; a person always imagines he  would have caught more on the  other side of the stream.  Office and School Supplies  Everything" in Office and School Supplies will  be found at Almstrom's Stationery Store with  a good selection to choose from���text books,  blank books, pens, pencils* ink, erasers, scribblers, writing pads, envelopes, papeteries, files  typewriter requisites, etc.  Latest Newspapers, Magazies, Fashion Plates and Novels  AL Almstrom  Select O-oriffectfionepy       Fancy Goods       Music&B Instruments  A. S. HOOD  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.      General Agents.  Bank Block, Phoenix, B.CJ  $  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. All milk is  aereated before being sold.  EPnono E32 "W. A.  DBLIVERED  TO  ALL  P.RTS  OF  THE  CITY  i       <  f <:  ��� t i  i  .t" ���  /  <     I ,' ���* 1  '  \  .?   ��  'l  '--��..  ���V  -4  ���i  "  i  tx mmm  lliii  i&Wti&S  feiltiK  ��&  S^femm;.;  Wr*S  F<!&yxi:iU-:U-  y��MK;M  ��&���?���'  $3  *A':,t!K  .!,,iJ=;;^;;,i*;i(/;i.v3-i'':Ky''ii.,s'��(>��V--  :;^"wG7*.��>^^''-'-i  the/fall fair"and-poultry  show  held  lei*#eii'iM^  ;%w77^^W#^  ;i;;;'��*��'&��ii'mic��i!ir/'^a'cesfrftm:c  'II  �� 7".::��'-''  %-^^^^W  and:would ;havevmade a creditable  showing at anyof the. national fruit  i!fA��i$'|#ef$t^  f^gSinll^^  |pg|nlgS|||(|oli|^  _$_\*' . .,,-v-'     '": < V    ���.' tea vesterdav aft  -4  "*    r  in:- vv  -ft *  4  ���l  I.  ' W -J  J'tA-  I':.  ��   * ���  <_'  Al  entertained at  .' tea yesterday afternoon in honor of  ,' .,   Mrs. L. Y. Birnie,  who  is   leaving  .'*.'-��� town   shortly.     Mrs.   Birnie   was  .made the recipient of a beautiful set  7 '/{'of sterling silver for the table.  '"' A quiet wedding.took place at St.  r '    Savior's church, Nelson,  on Tiiefe-  vdtkjfr' <���. Ociqb^r.��11 >   when   Edmund  -rEriiest Campbell, assistant engineer  at Granby mines, Phoenix, was married; to  Miss    Nora   Lefurgey,  of  .pptkyaL, <  Ontario,,   the   ceremony  b'eid^performed by the rector, Rev.  ^FreWtl.  Graham.    After the cere-  mon^the young couple  left  on  a  visit tp coast cities,and will  arrive  WlS-olnh- in about ten days to take  up'residence on Granby street.  *W*a^.^&^^*^^t;i��^^^  ^\v..ir"lr1!'Fa''^ttTi'.^^?^fi.''-��^^^^  ^j T\.i'*V'.^'^ ^.'^.7������Vv-'T -���--**j7:^^  s%3i  a^li."  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I V  ���__��r<a  vnawiiwiirm  "*  GRAND   FORES   ELECTORAL   DISTRICT  PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACTy' 1903-4  AND AMENDING ACTS  TAKE NOTICE that I have received objections in writing Jto'the retention of Ihe  ollowing names on the.Register of Voters for the Grand Forks'Electoral District on  the grounds stated below. , ' . ���*,"*.' ,  -    -��� .   - - ���   ,        ,,      .   v _     ,   , ��� -  THE FOLLOWING PERSONS ARE REPORTED ABSENT FROM THE   ,  DISTRICT  No. NAME ;PLACE ' S'  i Agnew,'Edward M '. Snowshoe Mine, Phoenix  2 Agnoluzzi, Eugenio I.......Wellington St., Grand Forks  3 Ahlborn, John Chas. Vivian Carter's Addition, Gfiind Forks  9 Allen, Edward J....../... Granby Hotel, First Stv,Phoenix  16 Anderson, Erie !.." ..Third St., Grand Forks  17 Anderson, John Alexander B. C. Mine Boarding House, Eholt  25    Angove, John 77. Alexander Hotel,' Phoenix  28    Ashby, Charles Henry j Snowshoe Mine, near Phoenix  30 Austin, Percival Burton  :..\-.viCascade  31 Auvache," Frederick William .'. Winnipeg Ave, Grand-Forks  Msii<y  -%  33  36  47  " 54  56  7.1  87  93  94  97  106  107  109  121  134  136  .^3-t  149  ��5*  ��53  156  174  186^  191  199  206  209  315  217  218  220  222  223  336  341  344  249  255  359  262  265  268  271  274  375  281  383  284  285  288  289  297  304  305  316  335  336  35��  351  368  379  385  Baglow, Alfred ...:Idaho Property, Phoenix  Baird, Thomas Henry ': Dean's hotel, First St.,"Phoenix  * Barlow,.'Richard  . /....'.' ....First Street, Grand Forks  Bates, Frederick .... ...77.....,........'. Granby Hotel, Grand Forks  Bean', Thomas,Andrew '.......;..!....;...1 .>...;....''.../. : Wade/Fife  Belton, George Russell ;..;..'J:../.'..Victoria; Ave.,.Grand Forks  Bird, William :.' j...i.'.T.:.r.. .Near Newby Ranch  Black,.J.'Ji.'X ��� ��� '.'. Gospel Hill, Phoenix  Blakewajy Albert, E..... Grand Forks Hotel  Blondon, Simon  : Dean's Hotel, First St., Phoenix  -Boreall, George ........ Snowshoe Mine, near,Phoenix  Borrow, Alfred E. D West's Boarding House, Grand Forks  Bostock, Charles Granby Hotel, Phoenix  Breesaferre, Alfonso '. , .Granby Hotel,, Phoenix  Brouillelte, George Wm Near old Power House, GrancTFbfks  Brown, Robert .1 :/....\. Granby Hotel, First St., Phoenix  t'i&tyyirn, George .......V...~..M^:. Moore's Hope, near Stemwinder Mine, Phoenix  Buchan, Alex. Ritchie   .v...:h..'.>.../......�� './....f Bridge St/, Grand Forks  Budimir, Mike/ -. Granby Hotel, Phoenix  Bunting, Charles....West's Boarding House, near Smelter, north of Grand Forks  Burdon, Frederick William ���'���.'�� v ���. Granby Hotel, Phoenix  Burns, William..... .' Granby Hotel, Phoenix  j*  Calder, Hector John J..../ .Brooklyn Hotel, Phoenix  Campbell,-Roderick Brooklyn Hotel, Phoenix  Cannon, Hugh Benjamin ../...... First St., Grand Forks  Carmichael, William R Victoria Hotel, Phoenix  Carson, James ./ Balmoral Hotel, Phoenix  Case, Frederick ; :7.7.'. .Grand Forks  Chambers, Arthur West's Boarding House, Grand Forks  Chisholm,��� Jphn-'A Granby Hotel, First St., Phoenix  Chisholm, Dan William Granby Hotel, Phoenix  Christensen, William  Province Hotel, Grand Forks  Clark, AbnerD. Snowshoe Boarding House, Phoenix  Clark, Charles Arnold Near Smelter, Grand Forks  Clarke, Frank L Dean's Hotel, Phoenix  Clyde, Wilfred Thompson Hoffman House, Grand Forks  Collins, Tuck'E Knob Hill Ave., Phoenix  Connelly, Fred. P ; '. Gold Drop Mine, Phoenix  Cook, Carlton Henry Phoenix  Coote, Frank B. C. Mine, Eholt  Coryell, Frank -. Coryell Ranch, Grand Forks  Cosgrove, John Phillip Bridge St., Grand Forks  Cote, Omer : Granby Hotel, Phoenix  Courtney, William ��� .....Granby Hotel, Phoenix  Couture, Henry ........................... ��� .................Victoria Hotel, Grand Forks  Coward, George............................  ��� .Granby Hotel, Phoenix  Coward, Albert Edward Granby Hotel, Phoenix  Crawford Robert........................Gaw Building, Winnipeg Ave., Grand Forks  Crippen, Harry Warden .'........<. Snowshoe Mine Boarding House, near Phoenix  Crocker, Frederick..............................Granby Hotel, GranbyPlace, Phoenix  Crossley, David...... Granby Hotel, Phoenix  Crump, Thomas Huntley .���........������.����������>.  _��ranrt rprks  Cummings, James ...Granby Hotel, Phoenix  Dargie, William..........  Davies, William.   Davies, Elias...............  Decoste, Ben...............  Dion, Petre ��� ������<  Dixon, Charles Henry ..  Duffy, Thomas  Dugind, George..  ��� ��������(>*#������������ **������#_��������������� ���������*  ��������������������������������  ��������������������  ���*����������*���������  ������*������������4  .Dean's Hotel, Phoenix  ......Granby Hotel, Phoenix  ......Granby Hotel, Pboehix  Brooklyn Ave, Tuft's Tenement  House, Phoenix  ...........Cosmos Hotel, Grand Forks  ...........Alexandria St., Grand Forks  .Bellevue Hotel* Knob Hill Ave, Phoejiix  �������������������������-���*��������������������  -������*������*������  ��������������������*�����������_  Ellard, Harry....... ������ '������������ ..............Granby Hotel, Phoenix  Ericson,WTilliam........:....: ��� Pacific Hotel, Grand Forks  Evans, Richard... ........Winnipeg Hotel, Grand Forks  ����������������*���������*���  l��*a*��**<  ��� ��t������******  ��� **-*����� ��� ���  396 Fair, William Stanley ....  398. Farren, Edward C........  407 Field, Thomas ��������������������� :���;������;���  409 Fi-ncham, Frank ..Windsor Hotel,  415 Fitzmaurice, W. G. S. ......Ruckle Addition, Grand Forks  ..Winnipeg Ave., Grand Forks  .....King's hotel, Phoenix   Cascade  Grand Forks  No.   ' NAME                                                               PLACE"  '  416    Fitzpatrick, Louis..'. Clarendon1 Restaurant,- Grand Forks  419    Flannagan, Edward Phoenix, Lot 9*. Blbck io,- Brooklyn Ave."  421.   Fletcher, Arnold Ruckle Adtfitibn; Grand,Forjw-  430^   Frache, Richard -. Frache's greenhouses/ ne^ar-Grkridf, Ftitk's  4.34    Fraser,,WilJiam.... "......'. /.....::..."Brl'dge;St.','6ifantf-Po_liS?'  437    Fraser, James ....Dean's Hotel,-,F'hoeriiAr  441    Fraser, William George..; ; Granby Co.'s Mines, near ^oeniaf  445    Futcher, Arthur Chas Bridge St., Grartd Forks'  458  474  462  475  476  478  '479  483  486  487  491  492  493  503  504  ,5��4  515  5i6  A1*  '526  527  529  53*  533  535  552  554  556  580  582  593  600  602  603  604  605  615  641  648  654  660  665  6S4  689  691'  692  695  696  697  711  712  7*4  723  725  735  739  755  756  759  764  765  769  778  Gaw, George R. -. ; Second St., Grand For|$_j  Goddurd, Henry Archer  :...�� '. i..^.......Grand Fork?  Gibbons, James..1. ...;���. ...' Granby,Hotel,^Phoenix  Gooding, Wyatt Kaylor , E. T. Bank, Grand Forks;  Goodwin, William Joseph .....'. Phoenix hotel, Phoenix  Gough, Arthur..,w '. Carson (Covert Ranch)  Gould, John : : Fisherman Station, C, P. Rt  Graham, Isaac :...^ Cascade  Graham, Edward Henry..... .Ruckle Addition, Grand Fork*  Graham. James Edward....!...; ...Victoria Hotel, Grand Forks  Grant, Duncan D.. \ ...Knob Hill Avenue, Phoenix  Green, Frank Rawhide Mine, Plioeniz *  Greenwood, Fred '. ..Grand Forks  Guerin, William John Winnipeg hotel, Grand Forks  Giiichon, David Joseph Rverside Ave , south of Power house, Grand Forks  Halcrow, Alex. Gordon West's Boarding house, Grand Forks  Hall, Cecil, V. E Winnipeg Ave, Grand Forks  Hall, Stephen Thorn Ruckle Addition, Grand Forks  Hall, Robert :���. '. First St., near,fCity Hall, Grand Forks  Halliday, Ma the w Dominion Ave., Phoenix  Hanley George ..; Stendall's Boarding house; Grand Forks  Hanna, John Alexander Granby hotel, Phoenix  Hannay,' William Henry.;... >. ,..-.:. .............../.Fife  Hanson, Neil  '. '. Pacific hotel, Grand Forks  Hanson, Harry West's Boarding house, Grand Forks  Hardie, Alexander :: '. Winnipeg hotel, Grand Fortes  Hartle, Chas. Granby hotel, Grand Forks  Hartley, Joseph A ; Dominion Ave., Phoenix  Hartling, Robert Clinton.....' Crawford's Boarding,House, Grand.Forks  Hicks, Francis James North Addition, Grand Fork's  Higgins, Frederick ..- First St., Grand Forks  Holmberg/Emit Laurentius Pacific hotel, Grand Forks  .Hooper, George : Snowshoe Miner Phoenix  Horrell,-Robert Phoenix, Knob Hill Ave.,between First and Church Sts.  Hosking, Thomas B '. Granby Hotel,' Phoenix  Hosking, Jacob H Granby hotel, Phoenix  Houlson, William John ., Dean's hotel, First St., Phdenix  Hughes, Newton .Church St., Grand Forks  'Jackson, George Alexander .....Paulson  Jamesj John Hay Bridge Street, Grand Fork-  Johnson, William  : Stemwinder hotel, Phoenix  Johnson, Christian Between Winnipeg and Victoria Aves, Grand Forks,  Mrs. Taylor's Boarding House, Second St..  Johnson, David : Cottage Hotel, Phoenix  Jost, James Stanley Cor. Main and Sixth Sts'., Grand Forks  .' - '' ' '  ,      '  Kavanagh, John ". Graham's Boarding house, Grand Forks  Keefe, Andrew *. Brown Building, Knob Hill Ave., Phoenix,.  Keefe, John .' ....'. -. ...Cabin near C.P.R; Depot, Phoenix  Kennedy, John Frederick ...7. '. Grand Forks  Kennedy, Henry '. Snowshoe Mine, Phoenix  Keown, Robert Ruckle Addition, Grand Forks  Knowec, Dyonz West's Boarding house, Grand Forks  Knowles, John L '. Granby hotel,  Phoenix  Kranatz, George Wellington St., Grand Forks  Lane, John ....McClintock's Homestead, Grand Forks  Lang, John  Snowshoe Mine Boarding house, near Phoenix  Lawson, Chas. Henry ; Second Street, Grand Forks  LeBlanc, J. E Grand Forks  Lindsell, Chas West's Boarding house, Grand Forks  Linklater, John Phoenix  Livesly, Robert A Ruckle Addition, Grand Forks  Long, Harvey  , Granby hotel, Grand Forks  Longhurst, William Sydney Miss Walker's house, Grand Forks  Lucente, Lnigi Fife  Lyttle, Samuel Wiseman's, Norih Fork, Grand Forks  792  793  795  797  799  808  813  816  81S  821  823  844  848  862  870  872  873  875  883  892  ?93  895  900  905  910  918  9'9  924  926  927  937  940  955  963  976  977  979  983  984  Mills, Thomas Grand Forks  Marehanton, Alfred, E ., ���'. Riverside Ave., Grand Forks  Marks, William Alex Phoenix, New York Townsite  Martin, Alexander Marsh Block, Phoenix  Martin, Daniel  Granby hotel,  Phoenix  Martin, Alex. D Granby hotel, Phoenix  Mathiesoh, Alex....;-. Snowshoe Mine, Phoenix  May, W. H. M. Grand Forks  Medcalf, Richard ...��� Granby hotel, Phoenix  Mellor, Joseph Edward  Oro Denoro house, Eholt  Michelson, Michael Riverside Ave., Grand Forks  Miller, Matthew �� Grand Forks  Moore, John............. ...West's Boarding house, Grand Forks  Morgan, Edward............................................. Snowshoe Mine, Phoenix  Mullen, Patrick *..' Butte hotel, Phoenix  Mullin, Calvin Herbert Stemwinder hotel, Phoenix  Muriro, Duncan David.   Munro, Henry Alexander   Murray, William   McBeath, Wm. Maxwell  McBeth, Neil........   McBride, John   .McCaUum,'James   McCharles, Andrew J   McCullock, Andrew   McDonald, Angtis John...  McDonald, John Charles.  McDonald, Alfred..  McDonald, John J.      McDonald, Duncan A. ......  McDonald, John Alexander  McDonald, Harvey William  ��� ���������**���*<������  ��� ��������� �����������  ��� * �� ��� t ��� *  ���* # �����������������������������������  ���������������*��������  �����������*������  ������������*���  ���*���������***   Fisher Block, Grand Forks   Ironsides Ave., Phoenix  .Snowshoe Boarding house, Phoenix   .....Balmoral hotel, Phoenix   Granbyjjotei, Phoenix   ...Winnipeg hotel?' Grand Forks   Balmoral hotel, Phoenix   Winnipeg hotel, Grand Forks  ,. Snowshoe Mine, Phoenix  .Curran's Boarding house, Grand Forks  ., ���First St., Grand Forks   Bellevue hotel, Phoenix  Dean's hotel, Phoenix  1 ��� ��� 1 ��� ��� ��� *  ��� ��� ��� a a ��� ���  ��� ���at***  ������������������������������4  ����������������������   Granby hotel, Phoenix  .....Winnipeg hotel, Grand Forks  ....Winnipeg hotel, Grand Forks  McDonough, Joe.. West's Boarding house, Grand Forks  McElligot, A. P North Fork, Grand Forks  McInnes,.John , ..Granby hotel, Phoenix  Mclnnes, Daniel Idaho Claim, Phoenix  Mclnnes, John H Granby hotel, Phoenix  Mclnnis, Donnie A Snowshoe Mine, near Phoenix  Mclnnis, Jesse H.��� *.....Province hotel, Grand Forks  O  ��   1  >,~  t  (    ',t  tmmmmfflmmaiimk ->».-' --
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997, Mclvor, Thomas ■..-. '••'• ••■'••• .Spion Kop, Phoenix
1002    McKay, John Duncan : •; Victoria hotel, Phoenix
1003'   McKay; Frank ........»:....* B. C. Mine, Eholt
ioio-   MacKenzie, George Thomas » '/.'..Dean's hotel, Phoenix
1025    McKinnon, Archie ' ...Dean's hotel, Phoenix
1026' McKinnon, John ;* Granby hotel, Phoenix
1032 McLean, Hugh ..  .Dean's hotel, Phoenix
1033 McLean, Jonathan D •,  ...Columbia, B.C.
1036   .McLeod, Alexander Ross Winnipeg Ave., Grand Forks
1042    McLeod, Thomas George Winnipeg hotel, Grand Forks
1046    MacLeod, Donald.............  Brooklyn hotel, Phoenix.
1054    McNaughton, Alexander W :  / Grand Forks
1083 ' McVeigh, Albert	
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1088    Neill, Herbert • Floyd"Ranch, Grand Forks
'1091 ' Nelson, Wilbur-  .Dean's hotel, Phoenix
1100    Nicholson, Angus '" Cottage hotel, Peoenix .
not    Nicholson, Angus Neill • ...Cottage hotel, Phoenix
1102    Nicholson, John J....: ; Granby hotel, Phoenix
1103, Nicholson, Daniel ;  V.
„ . . , B.C. Mine Boarding house, Eholt
,,16 .O'Brien, James P**»<%-^s •££&&"house. North Addition, Grand Forks
1117 .Ockennan, John  Jatenaaii s, doaiui»s >  Gnind Forks
1118 O'Connor, Patrick Joseph Grand Forks
n_6", O'Neill, Michael ' V	
'    *' T" / '   '     " Stendall's house, Grand Forks
'1176 VPatterson, Angus Johannes  Addition, Grand Forks
1184'  Pierce, Thomas, Milton  Bridge St., Grand Forks
1187'  Pimm, Edgar John....  ...Idaho Claim, Phoenix,
1188  .Pinker, Chas. Henry Banner Mineral Claim, Phoenix
1189'- Pinker, Pf«y--'•"•••• V'V.V.B,"c. Mine Boarding,house, Eholt
121*2-  Purcell, William John • »' ^
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,1224,; Rawhnson, Hd. M. o •   Granby hotel, Phoenix
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1229,   Reidhea'd, Sydney.:......,... '•-.• Snowshoe mine, near Phoenix
,,a32r feeder  Math.as Freithnk: Snow^hoemVne Boarding house', near Phoenix
J234'. Rees;, WiUjajn.........»..».».., bno^nSSy Block, Dominion Ave., Phoenix
V23?; Raves', ChnstopherHealey Delahay B,OCK'     ;  Ghristina T^ke, Fife
i;i38*;Reyno»ds, William H Weiv_ Bearding house,yGrand Forks
"1243- Richardson,;,Samuel. wests x>_*       B    /....Gladstone
l246\Ricbmond/tCharles,Stuart -. ""Dominion Ave., Phoenix
1248 'Riordan, Johniv....... ** ; ,*  - \ Fife
> 1258 /Robertson, ^Wijliam John Bridge St.'," Grand Forks
^273-5 Rollins^ Elmer •£.._■. -J /'.".'."'.Province hotel; Gravid Forks-
1279 , Ross, Thomas.... :  B   c# Mine^Phoenix
1291 .Rby^Adelard • Modei'Livery Barn/Grand Forks
1292^ RbyV,Jonas Prankhn  ••' ^oaei. .u       J hole,   phoenix
1302, rRutherford, Wilburn-James Pr^t'-* Addition, Grand Forks
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^ 's   '   "    " '^34^.s'Saverthorn, Richard. ..Corner Knob  King St:, Grand Forks
15M5'  Simard, Joseph Mane UnVon hot'e'l','Riverside Ave:', Grand Forks
<!347- Simon, Nazrre ^"lon noie ' Dean>s hotel^Phoenix
1350 l Sims, James Leaman ._. :   Granby hotel, Phoenix
^366,   Smith, David...... ;•<• Brooklyn hotel,'Phoenix
1376    Speare, David M oruu   y     ; Fife
1401   :Stewart, .Peter M~ •. /.'Butte hotei'/'.Pnoenix
1406,   Stone, George L v ;  ^nob Hm Ave., Phoenix
,43b , |weejiey   AnbroSe "\\\"£i$n*£r\\mnder hotel, Phoenix
1434    Swindle, Altred w
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,1439   -Tapnll, John  •. '   Fife
r450- Tedesco, Guiseppe •, - V" ...Fife
.1452   .Tedesco, Giovanni -' *B" ci'Boardi'ng house, Eholt
1455  'Jhomas'Martin'VV;:Vf:u .'.'.'.'.'.Rawhide mine, near Phoenix
1472 . Tooley, Raymond Ralph «•       ,       dfe,   fa t ,   phoenix
1476  .Townshend, William Stewart....'. i ; -"" Fife
i486   Turner, Roy........ ?;v ~\\ ^ File
/1487   Turner, Robert W,...., ....», ••"-���"'"McMillan Block, Phoenix
1489 .Turner, George Duncan , r"'     Granby hotel, Phoenix
>S   Van Buskirk, Sunford E t Z^ZMclu^l kughan Ranch
^496, Vaughan» Leonard »..» * "* "
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1339   We ch, James William. West S DOarafc',...Phoenix hotel, Phienix
,S3r> Welsh, Edward Joseph "'/.I" Victoria Ave., Grand Forks
l$*Z   S.m 6> ^r0" ?T?U      .....Granby hotel, Phoenix
JS5S   W. hams, Moms J. L Golden Eagle mine, Grand Forks
,564   Williams, Edmund l*oicien **^      b   b tcl   Phbepix
1590   Wynne, James v"        '
Young, Herbert Walton Near V. V. & E. bridge, crossing Ke^rea^ro'rk»
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,2S4   Cooper, Fjd__- Edward Bridge S... Lo, .JBtaJ ..„ G»jd Porta
i7oo ; Keron, William  p.rst gUj Grand Forks
771    Lund, Arnt C * ,  ....Grand Forks
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1587    Wolverton, William Marshall 	
AND TAKE  NOTICE that at a Court of Revision to he held on the 7th day of
November, 1910, at the Court House, Grand Forks, B. C, at 10 o'clock  in the   fore-
^nlshal heaVand determine the said objections, and unless such named  persons
"sle oSer provincial voter.on their behalf satines^ that such object.ons are not
well founded, I shall strike such names off the said Re|M^tMOND|
Registrar of Voters.
Dated this xoth day of October, 1910.
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and we have the requisites to help you
bring home the game. Don't take chances
with old dangerous weapons, buy a new
gun. We have a good assortment of up-
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cleaning rods, oils, etc.
This is the time of the year that chilly
evenings make a warm cosy room particularly attractive. We have a nice selection
of heaters, one of which burning in your
room will go a long way to making your
hours of riest "khore enjoyable. We have
the Heaters in several sizes.
■    .     * " i* >
Morrin-Thompson Co.
Under New EVIanagement
The Dominion Hotel is located in the heart of
the City and has every accommodation for
both tourist and resident boarders. It is the
nearest Hotel to Granby mines and is the home
for miners in Phoenix, everything being modern
and Dining room in connection.
Having taken a lease on the Dominion the
undersigned will endeavor to merit all patronage.   Call and see us.
■_.M.. _-.... .*«M.JM.«^»-H.H.»»-*Uf>*-^ V*  ��  V  xyX&$7��:r&^  7/T:./7,"7;77*77ivj;;^  ;7777:;77;.f7,;^  ;;:;;';.i7;77^i;':&^  Local and General  The Union hotel at Eholt is being"  renovated.  . D. R. McElmon will open a cigar  store in Eholt.  <>  Dry wood in car lots for sale;  apply to J. Trombley, Phoenix.  The sitting of the fall assizes at  Greenwood has been cancelled.  c  Greenwood imposes a , tax on  shows and as a result they get none.  Kid Lewis of Eholt is again  breaking out as a pugilistic challenger.  A large consignment of Christmas  goods is already en route for A.  Almstrom.  For sale, best  wood  business in  town; small capital   required.    Enquire P.O. Box 211.; ;  It is stated the' Hunter-Kendrick  company will shortly open a hardware store at Merritt.  There is said to be tabout two  score of applications for the vacant  position of chief of police.  The Greenwood hockey club is  signing a number of last season's  stars for the coming season/  \ Five-roomed house for sale, good  well water; Golden Eagle addition;  apply to R. Wilkinson.  Dr. 'Kerr has been appointed  physician for the Kettle Valley construction camps with headquarters  at Midvvay.  The work train which is filling in  bridges on.the C.P.R. lines in the  Boundary are now working at the  bridge at Fisherman.  A. O'Brien of Spokane was the  winner of the piano raffled by Miss  McDonald Thursday evening. His  number was 198.,  For sale, house and lot, on New  York townsite; well adapted for  chicken ranch or cattle; clear title;  apply to T. H. Richards.  None of the' claims for the work  on the old Midway & Vernon grade  have yet been paid. The claims are  said to be badly tangled.  For rent, nice suite, of rooms for  housekeeping, at the Biner block,  centre upper town; best location,  ���good water. Inquire on premises.  Werner's five-piece orchestra has  been engaged to render music for  trie annual Thanksgiving dance  being given by Snowshoe lodge,  I.O.O.F., on Monday evening, Oc-  tober 31.  .Grand Forks fruit growers are  shipping a car load of apples for exhibition at the first Canadian National Apple Show to be held in  Vancouver, Oct. 31 to Nov. 5/ The  car will contain a-"varied selection of  the fruit grown in the, Kettle valley.  The Dominion hotel, which has  been under several managements  during the past few years* has again  changed hands, A. T.Turano taking  a lease on the hostelry from James  Summers. Mr. Turano has taken  possession and a transfer of the  license is being applied for. /  ,. D.J. Darraugh, ex-chief of police;  left Thursday for the west fork of  the Kettle river to start operations  on his coal property.  Several camps have been established for the construction crews  along the west fork from Midway.  There are about 100 men at work  on the grade now.  Work has commenced on the remodelling of the; building recently  purchased by the Methodist churcji  from L. Y. Birnie. Considerable  money will be spent on it, but when  completed will make a handsome  edifice.  For Thanksgiving Day, Oct. 31,  1910, the.Canadian Pacific Railway  ' ' 7  company are authorizing a rate of  fare and one-third for the round  trip. Tickets will be on ,sale Oc-  tober-28 to 31 inclusive,' final return  limit November 2; 1910.  In its write-up of a dance given  in Grand Forks recently the Gazette  said: "Of the music too much praise  cannot be showered on tne musicians, v. Messrs. Werner and McKay  of Phoenix, whose reputation is well  known to the dancing community of  Grand Forks, suffice to- say that  their efforts to please were duly  acknowledged by the repeated encores, to which they liberally, responded."  Charles Smith, 18 Main street,  Kenora, Ontario, writes the Pioneer  as follows: *'I should-esteem it-a  favor if you' would assist me in locating the present address of my  brother-Jtierbert. , His parents and X  are very anxious to hear from him;  and any information that will lead  to his present address will be very  thankfully received.' When last  heard of' he was around Nelson  working at one of the mines as engineer."  King Edward Lodge No- 36  A. F. and A. M.  ;KKXP��X��4������KXo!  17777iv-'liW't'- ��� <77..'.'A'i'.'.yt'vfiy'xiifi^:'  j|.'ii....;*..jf.|:,'xyj.r'.i?y,*.;���. xf^'AU'.-i^.-.f.���-.*..'J/. ���������'������;.''.'.r,-.':.;^  ii;���i^MS^B^Sf^^t^!&MM��^\  "���^VglM:M  Is The Centre oiilHilSfti  ." -    * '���      ���,,-..������'" *     ,((      J "fi-M^&M^^^^^^:^^^'^  tion These Days  J7-'.-'*j,J ���tji* ������j**M;"t",��  ';'l  *;* ��� /j/.'^J,,,-.-;-.^.,*!,^ -  wH"$��-*'��$'''  New' Goods 'are1 'pouring* intonif'UsS'd^  ' ' ^i;i'.yyyyy"'y; ^7r'i;;*v>;/.;;^7i77'^7.^irt7<  European   American and Canadian/^  ���  "'       i' -" ' 't '      i 777i?777;-77;7���7':'777'7- 7'J':j7|;(.-v  We handle nothing" but the bestKproducts offfiesel  countries, they carry with them Style, Einislllaiid!  '���' '* ' ^ ���   *    .      ��� ' *7^W.'7.'*7'--'//.:V, ..^:,y-^0yr.^y- :;t.ii^  Durability.    You cannot afford ^/paiss$sjfU$Iwhenl  buying your Fall and Winter suppliesJil?|^!^iS^||i;i  We are Sole Agents for the sStjjmij^  Watson's1''and   Knit-To-Fit   Ufii8e^  o '", Celebrated Hewsori's and Knit-|^^  Ladies', Children's and Men's Wisu^  We are/making" a Special shqwingt^tm^  Gloves, Mitts,  coats.   Suits,  Comforters,  . ^ Flannelettes, Wrapper-  ,  Hosiery,  Infants  Jackets,  and Booties.   Lad  and Underskirts.  Prices   and   values   throughout  better than ever.  We take Special Orders for Men's Suits and  Overcoats.  yi/y y%&:cg:>y;-  if7^i||;!7^7j^ii���Ej  ii^y  mmFi'jjjmSm'jjte'^^  mwm  The  Hunter-Kendlii  t'hm^7^7Wvy^M&0mmmV:  M"MMym^WffM'S^M^M^0f$  Regular communication at 8 p.m.  Second Thursday of -each month.  Emergent meetings as called; Masonic Hall, McHale Block.  W. S. Cook, R. S. Fraser,  Secy. W.M.  IO C\ PT   Snowshoe Lodge  .\Ja\JmJL7m No    $5     ?  Meets every Monday Evening at  Miners' Hall. Visiting brethren  cordially invited.  J. P. McKenzie, Noble Grand.  W. A. Pickard, Fin. Secy.  T. A. Bean, Record. Secy.  FRATERNAL ORDER  OF EAGLES  Phoenix Aerie No. 15S  Meets in Uniojn Hall, Friday Evenings. Visiting brothers are always  welcome.  J. Thornton, W/P.  Orrin D. Bush,-.W. Secy.  K. of r\ lodge. No. 2$  /.���.'���.=v:''   PhoehBkj :B0 ��. -''7 >'  Meets Tuesday Evening at 7.30.  Sojourning brothers cordially welcomed.  Gordon Thompson, k. of R.s,  J. W. Hannam, C.C.  H-EAVY' ORAYINiillllilll  If ypu require any tjeavy Teaming" or Hauling done,  let us do it for you. That is our business, and we  have the equipment to execute all orders satisfactory.  First-Class Wood  We also have a supply of first-class Cordwopd, short  or long^, and can deliver it on short notice. 'Phone  your order to  ros. PH3TE Phoenix, B. C.  ciroy  9  e Secret in Gents Dress  It costs little to dress well. The  whole secret is in buying your  CLOTHING & FURNISHINGS  from Thomas Brown. Call and  see how good you would look in a  smart suit of clothes. We can fit  you from cellar to garret.     *. ���  ���>#  Gents'FupnisWiifs  "-'Upper; Town  i^^-^^^^m^^m^ ��RANBY WILL INCREASE  OPERATIONS AT SMELTER  ,,  a\f\  U*:*[  l(-     'j   * '  IV-,.     ,-j  1*V*>  *  1^ ,7'   t  ��!.       * >��      ft*   V  t "^ '"���* ,-  V7'r,   -  *'*'%     x-    '   ,r   #.   r'   <���     '��� ,      'i ,     v     * \    v     -v       *.'^  I' ,4* ' ''* r\*> -^(coNTiKruED fr��m first page) m.< -.   '     ^^      ^  President Langeloth says in part:'   The directors have adopted ttie  oolicy of curtailing production during the prevalence of low prices for the  jaetaL.f.^^-r ^ /f, jf, ,r<< > w w, ,, ���<>.,.> ^# **.* �� 7���. :,  ,\,v Throughout the winter operations were limited to seven furnaces  and from the middle of, Mai-ch tbthe end of\the fiscahy'eaV only six were  operated. Notwithstanding this curtailment of output, the cost of operation showed a gratifying improvement. , The average cost per ton/of  ore for mining, smelting, transportation and refining was $2.79, /as  a_rainst $3.20*for the previous year;,on the other hand, the recoveries, of  copper;, silver and gold are rather below those of previous years.  ' ' On Tan. 4, 1910, the directors decided to capitalize a portion of the  expenditures incurred during the last few years properly chargeable to  '^rfpifal' 'account.' Accordingly, 13,500 shares were offered to shareholders  at $85 per share.' The directors underwrote this issue withoutcommis-  s(bn or compensation, and they took and paid for the portion not subscribed, for,by, other shareholders. [   ,. , vf  Last January, upon the .resignation of the local manager,, A.   B. W.  fHodges, itJ({was determined to. have the property examined ,>y an inde-  pendent engineer.    The,work was��entrusted  to Dr.,Otto  Sussman.   -A  Xn �� . ,7 tyu    '��� ',. /������/'   ;".,      -, v*'   ��� ^       .       ?���< '    ' ' <  committee of the board met ���him at the mines where it was found that  Jttis tonnage estimates corresponded closely with'those made by the company's engineers.  * j~  fprofitable;business are-very^encouraging.^:,/? f b, / ,   - -   - _ ^^  '1s��    Vice-President and General Manager Jay P.   Graves submi  ^ort^vhich we/ab^tractjas fpHows:*. v^tfj*,. ^       *>fr,i v3.%3-,' ��-:�����  mits a re-  -1 1,,  �����*��� <.^  ,' r -*���,  I',.   I       \   u  /,C^;  I ^,-  1 \t>  \  1 */*. *  Is"  ;tbV; SunerintenBe1ntdW/rA.^WJlHams.;v^ repQrjts/havegbeen  prepared  Average secured in'the better than 6,250,000 tons of ore which the mines  2at Phoenix have mined and smelted in the past. , ,.;'  ik     The faith we have in our finding ore with depth as our.development  proceeds is as great as it was upon the day we started development work  ISpdn the Knob Hill and Old  Ironsides  claims.    The  mines have never  ^been prospected below our present workings of;60Qirfeet with tKe (excep-  Jtjon of-one diamond drill hole put down on.theWictona claim about four  ffyears ago.    This hole was put down 6(X) feet below  the 300-foot level  rfand-t encountered .mineralized^ material arid^sQine/ ore. , <_, ... v,, V,* v' * ��4  .j//-  ;Since-some%doubt has been expressed that ore would not���be found  below the present working,.level,��machines have, been v ordered and ,con-  tracts let and the worlc^is fo\y 'm progress/ towards ^thes%prospecting sVot  the lower levels.   ,This work will be vigorously prosecuted.    There has  .Dee^c'rifidiife kLdraii_8Atagibfir statements about the future of the prop-  ^erty^frdm *h(e c-.mmencem.nt of our wdrk  in. 1895. *, Not withstanding,  the���e6n_pany_has, gone fprwardandntoday has & successful recprd   of the  1*0   T  paid, because of its inaccessibility, larger freight charges than has been  vpkid by'any oTOei^con^pany*equally distant from markets, and'has distributed v'to its shareho!der^43; 778,630 in dividends.    ^     ,       : /  Today it has as good an  up-to-date smelfclng and converting plant  as isin operation; has;ore, developed of over^6.400l000 tons, and that  ^above the'%0(>-'fbb_uevelof its,workiti^s^/the!mines are-well equipped for  ..handling the work, with two railroads serving ���us  economically;, and of  the mineral claims in Phoenix camp, not one half the area owned has  , been prospected.  ,-W;e ..have  not prospected, the present ore. bodies, at  #ep,thJ v; S./,       i,;; // . ��� sj      : ;   _    ^tf ti   ,. ., / v,Vi      ^/^   ^  We own a large and representative interest in the Crow's Ness Pass  Coal & Coke Co., from wt)ich tbe conqpany,draws its coke supply upon  favorable terms.    The Co^e_.��o. owns,24Q,000 acreSjpf,,coal mines -said  to contain the.l&rg��'st j_vej^i<l &f coal }& .the ehtirel^/]e'4t owned by one  company.        '.rLf   ���"'',-'       . ��� *'"r*  H    __,_TiGi�� _      jjovj  The company is free from debt aind has. over r{$��<00,000 in cash and  copper. With ,its good.working organization, .with such large property  interests, with* a- company fr^e, from debt, a. large cash reserve, and with  the coming sooner or later of higher prices for_copper, I see nothing but  tlie brightest future for the Granby Co., provided the properties now  owned are developed under progressive, vigorous and intelligent man-  v   I , '    *, . .  [   *.       '1 ' 'I if   -  The tonnage of Granby ore treated and the  metal  recoveries for a  series of years have been as follows:  Cost per  Copper Silver Gold      tons exc.  yper ton lb.   per ton oz.   per ton oz.      mktg.  Dry tons  shipped  1901  172,258  1.902... 296,162  1903 290,133  1904 514,387  1905 551,304  1906.'..". ...'...796,528  1907 ......644,549  1908....   .....865,030  1909.... 963,510  1910. ./:.... 1,178,853  31.49  27.23,  24.58  22.87  24.68  24.30  24.43  23.42  21.90  18.70  .4406  .2952  .2772  .2619  .2688,  .3107  .3038  .2865  .2730  .2281  .1003  .0808  .0717  .0608  .0599  ,0513  .0503  .0454  .0435  .0370  $4.77  4.08  3.75  3.35  3.14  2.87  3.28  3.11  2.85  2.50  c  V'  \     It is the easiest thing in the world to buy poor.clothes.    Theyi-..  prevail to a' much greater, extent than that of the well-tailored, I  individual and distinctive kind.    The poor  kind is the easier '(/  to   make   and   the profits thereon  are  larger.    But when  it ���**'  t* 1 *  comes to satisfaction, that is, wearing quality, perfect work-'  ���     manship and faultless fashioning, it is ONLY THE   GOOD  CLOTHES   MAKE' A   RETURN   ON   YOUR   IN-   .  �����  VESTMENT, and these are features we can conscientiously -  * ,i    *.   ^    '  * *  -'- claim for the clothes we sell. .  ' ' ' '-  You can't get anything but good  clothes  at this store, even ���  though you  spend  as little as  $10.00 for a garment.    Our,  $17 Suits, for  instance, contain the best  quality of fabrics  \,  'and workmanship that has ever been produced in this country- *r  ^for that sum of money, and the patterns are  as diversified as  the higher priced lines.  ���1  - We^haVe in stock a full line of Men's Furnish-  ^ngs> Coat Sweaters, Gloves and Mitts, Shirts,  - Ties,i Collars and Underwear in all lines.  < ��� ,' -    _ >.   s  > �� >>���  f '1 V  N.J. Carson & Co.  LOWER TOWN   -  1   -   -   PHOENIX, B. C.  agement.  D. J. MATHESON   Insuranee Agent  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE GLASS,  C O M! Iff I S S I 6 Jf E R * FOR -TAKING  AFFIDAVITS./ ;.)  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX,  B. c.  ���<*���*���  The Finest Quality j in  MILK AND CRBAM  at ,   v>,ir>'  Strictly - Fresh - Ejgffs  re  J:^..J:Hah__i_; Proprietor  j>.:;>i-  '���'A  I    '. f' "'If  7T  n  tiK'lU.V^liUliH-  JJtU.V.1"  )C  ���"*- __T ^^ flkn       B *��__���  O   ELStUIISOi^   -w;Wf- -_. ,... .  A multitude of household worries are overcome by having' your  Laundrying done at the Reco Laundry.;.......7 .   ........ V .  ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  Hollo  A 10  -=5  pt3]'iij&</  wiiRvyy-  F&r*  JtfUftUfliffaffiflflffX


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