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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Oct 24, 1908

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 u  u  AND   BOUNDARY   MIMNQ JOURNAL.  Ninth Year.  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  SATURDAY, OCTOBER' 24,  '9��8  No; 49   *,  PHOENIX HAS  NEW SHIPPER  Phoenix Amalgamated  Now on List.   [  For a  Handsome,  Wcll-Made Suit or.  Overcoat   for this ��  Winter? *�� *�� ^  Development   Work   Demonstrates Splendid Ore Body.  SOMETHING to give you. a marked   per-  ***    sonal appearance.    That will wear well  .....,'..      and look well-while woru.  You will find it in our stock of Clothing,  and you will appreciate more and more the  quality of materials���fit, style and workmanship���each and every day you wear it.  ���'������.''-��� We carry the best two brands of ready- '  to-wear Clothing made in Canada.  FIT-REFORM & CAMPBELL'S  EXAMINE THEM AND  CERTAINLY   AGREE  YOU WILL  vVITH    US.  a^BBMrf-*-���  I  A new name appears in the the  Pioneer's column of Boundary ore  shippers this week, the Phoenix Amalgamated having now practically joined  the list of Phoenix copper producers.  The Phoenix Amalgamated is owned  outright by the Consolidated Mining  and Smelting Company, Limited, (who  operate the Snowshoe under lease,)  having been purchased about a yeai  ago from the Phoenix Amalgamated  Copper Mines, Limited, .together with  half a dozen other adjoining claims.  It has heretofore been known as the  War Eagle, but on account of the  present owners having a'ready a mine  by that name at Rossland, it will in  fuiure be styled the Phoenix Amalgamated. It adjoins the Granby on  three sides���west, north and east.  Upon   acquiring  the  properly  the  Consolidated   company    immediately  commenced   development   vvoik,   but  this was discontinued  at   the  time of  the  general closedown  of Boundary  mines last fall.    When the  Snowshoe  resumed operations a few months ago,  development was again started at the  Phoenix Amalgamated  and   has   disclosed a splendid ore  body,   some 45  feet in   thickness,  measured  at  right  angles from foot to hanging wall, and  was exposed in a  horizontal   crosscut  of 75 feet.    Four carloads of this  ore  have1 been shipped to  the  company's  smelter at  Trail  and  yeilded  results  similar to the ores shipped from other  mines  of the  camp.    Several   more  cars are being sent to the smelter, thej  ore,being teamed to the Granby spur  and shipped via the C. P. R.  The natural outlet of the mine is onj  the south slope of Phoenix  mountain  by means of a  tramway  to  connect*!  with a spur from  the C. P. R.   main  line.    Surveyors are already  at work  running a~iine~ror- the  tramway  ancl  spur.    Beth tramway and spur will be  short and will connect  a  little above  IMMENSE LOW GRADE  ORE PROPOSITION  Important  Development Near  Grreenwood.  Development work on the Croesus  and Johannesburg ( claims, about a  mile from Greenwood, has demonstrated an important body of low grade  ore. There is a shaft of some, 115  feet on the Croesus"! with 78 feet Of  crosscutting, but surface exploratory  work has been carried principally on  the Johannesburg, which adjoins the  Croesus. An enprnpous body of low  grade ore has beenstripped for 1,500  feet, some 60 feet in width; The ore  is a mispickle,  and /assays of $8  in  Boundary Side Lights  Grouse   are  Deadwood.  reported   plentiful  at  nickel and  per cent  in copper  have been obtained,*'with small values  in gold and silver.   ,  It is a glory-hole, proposition, but  the feature of the find is in the fact  that the ore lies within three-quarters  of a mile cf the B.C. Copper company's smelter, a bucket train being  the natural means for economical  conveyance. >  Commendable enterprise has been  shown by the owner;, Ola Lofstad, who  lias kept development work going on  continuously for the past eighteen  months. It is understood negotiations  are tinder way for the taking over of 1  the properties by a company.  DOMINION ELECTION RETURNS.  Will Be 8ulletiled it Hatel Brooklyi Moa.ay  EveaiBg.  The returns of the Dominion elections will be received at the Hotel  Brooklyn on Monday evening. The  enterprising proprietor, Jame9 Marshall,  has arranged for a special wire from  the C.P.R. and the returns will be  bulletined as received on a large blackboard in the hotel rotunda.  J.  VOU NOW HAVE THE HOLIDAY SEASON  before you, and no doubt want to get through  it with as little worry as possible. We have  a LARGE STOCK ON HAND, and NEW  Our prices  GOODS   COMING  IN.  are  reaso  nable, as you will find by comparison,  U  in fact, we are in a position to fill orders from  all Eastern Jewelry Catalogues, and save you  and ofttimes more.     j*    j*  jfi    &  WATCH THIiiPA^IORJARnC^^  Hartford Junction.,  Work is now being rushed on the  installing of a 10-drill air compressor,  which is to be completed by Nov 1st.  The plant is being built so that ten  more drills can be added and the  capacity doubled when required.  The management are well satisfied  with'development work to date, and  with the construction of shipping  facilities in-the course of a few months  the Phoenix Amalgamated will become an important Boundary producer.  THE   SNOWSHOE.  The Snowshoe is the leading Phoenix shipper of the Consolidated company, which operates extensively at  Rossland, Trail and Movie. At present a force of 60 men are employed  and about 350 tons of ore are being  shipped daily to Trail smeller, the  ore being of similar grade to the  Granby " and other Phoenix nvnes.-  The tonnage will be increased as soon  as the price of copper justifies it  Aggressive exploratory work has been  enrried on, increasing the tonnage in  sight, and it is the intention to keep  up additional  development work.  Considerable general s-u tace improvements have been done at thi  Sm.vvsli e since the lestimption 01  operations, during which an extra  force of men weie employed. A new  maclrnc shop has been built. It is  fully equipped with new and up-to-  d lie machinery which is electrically  dliven. A large wa'er tank has been  erected, furnishing 30,000 gallons  ad itional storage capacity for the  mines. There is now a supply ol"  175,000 gallons of water at the Snow-  shoe for fiie protection and mine purposes. A 30,000-gallon tank has also  been erected at the Phoenix Amalgamated.  Thanksgiving Dance.  The committee in charge of the Odd  Fellows' annual ball to be given on  Thanksgiving evening have secured the  Boundary Falls orchestra to furnish  music. The orchestra is composed of  six musicians and have already won a  creditable reputation for dance music  this season.  Tbe Holy City.  One of the reasons for its tremendous popularity is that it is a play  which makes a universal appeal. Very  few plays do that. Most of them  appeal to the distinct elements in the  community. "The Holy City," however, appeals not only to the jaded and  satiated theatre goer, but to that  element in every community which is  inclined to look askance at the theatre,  and which rarely, if ever at'ends a  theatrical performance. Tbe figure of  Christ is only suggested and is never  introduced on the stage.  New Jewelry Store.  Elsewhere in this issue will be found  the business announcement of J, A.  Hartley, jeweler. Mr. Hartley, who  is lately from Grand Forks, is a practical watchmaker and ;.optician of considerable experience. He is opening  up in ihe store formerly occupied by  the Thomas Drug-, company, lower  town; and has. already received a  general stock of watches and jewelry.  The Northern hotel at Eholt is being  renovated. -  J. H. Bush of Midway  shot  three  deer early last week. y  Greenwood Dramatic Society is reorganizing for the winter.  The V. V. &E. is laying  rails  between Chesaw and[Myncaster. .rTSrY  The wagon road from Gilpin to  Grand Forks is being improved.  Jeffries apples from the Covert ranch  took first prise at Spokane fair.  The majority of the striking machinists at Eholt have returned to  work.  Mother Lode footballers defeated  Greenwood at the latter place Sunday.  The death of the infant son of Mr.  and Mrs'. Forbes M. Kerby, Grand  Forks, occurred on Oct. nth.  W. E. Spankie, Greenwood has been  appointed a commissioner for taking  oaths under the elections act.  At the residence of - the bride's  parents, Grand; Forks, Harry. J. Bos-  worth was married to Miss Ethel. May  Jewel; on Oct. 14th.   ^.^ I  Baker Roosa, brother of P. F. Roosa  of Boundary Falls, died at Walla Walla  last week after ah operation for appen-  dicitis.'-'',';.'!.'���;';..'/',"';.";���.���'��� If. Y'''*���.'".  The engagement is announced of J.  T. Beattie, manager of the Bank of  Commerce, Greenwood to Miss Maud  Mink ler. ".''"'C        r  PREDICTS 15 CENT  COPPER BY JAN.  Gopper  Selling Agent   Looks  ' for Rise in Red Metal.  J. A. Lewisohn and S. S. Rosen-  straunn of New York, graduates of  Columbian college, were visitors in  camp on Monday, having came to see  the workings of the Granby mines.  They were accompanied by VV. Y.  Williams of Spokane consulting engineer for the Granby company, who with  Superintendent Smith showed them  over the big Phoenix property.  Mr. Lewisohn, who is connected  with the firm of Lewisohn Bros.,  copper agents, said he was much  pleased with what he had seen at the  Granby property of which he had  heard many good reports in the cast.  Mr. Lewisohn was selling agent  for the amalgamated inerests a year  ago and, discussing the present price  of copper, said he looked for 15-cent  copper by the end of Ihe year, with  the proviso that Taft is elected.  The visitors left Wednesday morning  with the intention of visiting Rossland  and' Kootenay mines.  Boundary Mining Notes  '��� Public School Exams.  Senior IV.,;Geography���Etta Murray, '81 j Ada Pierce, 71; Kate Bell, 66;  Will Johns, 66* Gladys Pickard, 65;  George Heidman, 61; Ed. Murray, 56;  Hattie Graham, 51; Anna Bell, 43  Cora Dawson, 31.  Eagle's MlMtreL Show.  --..The^cornmittee in charge -of-the.  Eagle's   iriinstfei~snow,���to , De~ given  early in December, report that rehearsals are" being held four nights  weekly. They promise that the performance, which"is in aid of a sun  parlor for the Phoenix general hospital,  will be the best ever given in Phoenix,  either professional or amateur. There  are many new and novel features in the  first part, and with the abundance of  excellent talent, the specialties in the  olio could not be improved on in a  town far larger thati Phoenix. Buck  and wing dancing, banjoists, drum  major act, by a S.A. Veteran; a transplanted chevalier, and others, will  make a fitting finale to a first-class act  replete with good singing and new up-  to-date jokes.  With the Politicians  new  voters' list  voters in Yale-  According to the  there are over 11,000  Cariboo.  Ernest Miller of Grand Forks addressed a meeting in the interests of  Martin Burrell at Kereineos last Saturday.  Speaking in the interests of G- H.  Cowan, Martin Burrell den.-unced the  l.aurier government in a two hours'  speech in Vancouver last Saturday  evening.  Duncan Ross left on Monday on a  circuit taking in Revelstoke, Salmon  Arm and Kamloops on his way to  take part in the campaign in coast  cities.  John Mclnnes spoke at a political  meeting in Grand Forks on Saturday  evening. He left on Wednesday and  will hold a series of meetings in the  interests of Charles Bunting, the Socialist candidate.  Martin Burrell is holding meetings  in the Okanagan while en route from  the coast, and will address a mass  meeting in Grand Forks on Monday  evening. The date of his meeting at  Phoenix has not been announced as  yet.  Conservative committee rooms have  been fitted up and opened next to  Black's jewelry store. All favorable to  the election of Martin Burrell will be  made welcome at the rooms which are  open day and night. Arrangements  have been made to secure the election  returns on Monday evening.  Reports from Charles Bunting the  Socialist candidate in Yale Cariboo,  state that he has been holding progressive meetings in the northern part  of the riding, in which he has been  assisted by Parker Williams, M. L. A.  They are now in the Okanagan and  expect to reach the Boundary next  week.  A bridge is being built at Boundary  Falls by the C. P. R. tu remove the  danger to vehicles crossing the tracks  at the smelter.  A. D. Macfarlane, former editor of  the Greenwood Times, has gone to  Prince Rupert, having given up his  intention of studying law.  A. W. Jennings, accused of being  connected with the Thoinet murder,  Midway, appeared for trial in Green  wood on Saturday and was dismissed.  Prospectors at Beverdell have done  $900 worth of work on the Rawhide  trail preparatory to more extended development; work   on .that   promising  .property.: -..y.-.r,,- -������.'���_.. .���.....'.>���!-.���.'���.'���"_^���������  The   marriage of E. Foyle Smith of  Greenwood to Miss Hancock of Lon-  uoripDtigrana-rTOOir-piace ai J-teveisiOKe  on Oct. 8.    They have taken up residence in Greenwood.  N. D. Mcintosh has disposed of  his interest in the furniture business of  Mcintosh & Heron, Grand Forks, to  Frank J. Miller. Mr Mcintosh leaves  shortly for Scotland.  Midway has been made the distributing point for West Fork mail. The  Beverdell stage will leave Midway instead of Greenwood every Saturday,  and return Mondays.  Mrs. J. C. Kemp, provincial commander, is in the Boundary and expects to organize hives of the Ladies  of the Maccabees of the World in  Phoenix and Greenwood.  S. E. Belt, metallurgist for the B.  C. Copper company was married in  Spokane, on Oct. 7th, to Miss Isabel  Youngblood, of New Orleans. They  have taken up residence in Greenwood.  Two Greenwood youths, Harry  Archibald and Billy Oliver, 15 and  16 years of age, have disappeared from  their homes. They had about $ 15 in  cash and were supplied with food and  clothes.  Samuel Crowell of Midway, one of  leading authorities on horseflesh in  the Boundary, has just imported anew  trotting stallion, "Merry Monarch."  H:s new purchase is a flue specimen  and vvill no doubt be doubly "Mon-  atch" of Boundary race tracks next  season.  The Greenwood assize court to have  been held on Thursday has been adjourned till Tuesday, Nov. 3rd. This  has been occasioned by an extra heavy  docket at Kamloops, at which Mr.  Justice Martin also presides.  An acre of five-year old trees on the  ranch ol John McKenzie, Rock Creek  produced 15 barrels of excellent apples  this season. Two plum trees planted  four years ago have given 200 pounds  of finest Bradshavv plums. The Kettle  valley promises to be a fruit producer  of importance in a few years when the  many ranches begin producing.  A company has been formed in  Chicago to take over the timber claims  recently acquired up the north fork of  the Kettle river. The company is  incorporated as the B. C. Timber company and the following officers have  been elected: President, L. I. Berg  man, Chicago; vice president, George  Mayer, Chicago; secretary, J. Lind-  heimer, Chicago; treasurer, H. W.  Huttiii!;, Muscatine, Iowa; resident  director, G. M. Fripp, Grand Forks.  Information was received that the firm  had already purchased a sawmill plant  capable of cutting 250,000 leet of  lumber per day, and that the same  was on its way. It is not as yet  definitely settled just where the new  mill will be located, but indications  point to smelter lake as being the place.  Fire ��� I Greenwood.  Fire broke out in the residence of  Mrs.Emma Hous'on, Greenwood, early  Thursday morning which was entirely  consumed, together with the contents.  Three dogs were burned to death.  The loss is about $2,000.'  Rossland Men lu Accidents.  While alighting from a train at Rossland on Tuesday, J. A. Macdonald,  M.L A., leader of ihe Liberal opposition, narrowly escaped serious injury.  He fell, his head hitting against the  step ot the car, and required several  stitches. He was also badly stunned.  The same evening the well-known  Rossland barrister, E. S. H. Winn; ac-  commpanied by Dan Thomas, Braylo  and Albo were driving down to Trail  10 take part in a political meeting when  the team of horses became unmanage-  able and ran away, with the result that  the horses and the vehicle with its oc-  ciinaj>i=_\��pnJ- .over the..embankment,  falling some thirty   feet with  more  less serious results.  Ex Boundary Newspaper Man.  "Turner's Leaflet of Brieflets" is the  name of a fonr-page, two-column  weekly being published by H S. Turner at Hemlock, Oregon. The first  issue is a curiosity in the newspaper  venture, being printed by Mr. Turner  at ihe Hotel Oceanway, of which he is  proprietor; is characteristically edited,  and the subrcription price is 25 cents  per year.  Mr. Turner was the father of the  Grand Forks Sun, running it as a  daily for several months, till he turned  it over to G. A. Evans. He was also  on the Cascade Record, and later owned it; on the Grand Forks Gazette, the  Greenwood Times, as well as being on  the Pioneer with W. B. Wilcox for a  year. Mr. Turner was one or the best  known men in the Boundary.  Mother Lode mine closed down fur  last Sunday.     '  About thirty men are now emploved  at the Oro Denoro. ,��� ;  Development work on the'Bruce  mine at Midway continues  to  show  encouiaging results,  .    yy ���'���������;<"���".,���'  Ei��ht   men   afe.. at-, work   on   the  Wellington   campj'properties   of   the  B.C. Copper company.  The B.'C: Company's Oro Denoro  mine won a�����ilver trophy at Spokane  Interstate fair for its showing of ore.  D. J. McDonald nasi the contract  for teaming sample ore Irom the Phoenix Amalgamated to the Granby spur.  Dr. W. H. Appleton, of Spokane,  who is interested in the Little Bertha  mine, inspected Franklin camp properties last week for Spokane.capitalists.  , The B.C. Copper.company's smelter  treated 9,788 tons of ore this week,  as follows: Mother Lode, 8,260; Uro  Denoro,   86S; other  properties, .66?.  : A recent assay from the Rawhide  mine, near Beaverdell, gave rro oz.  in silver, and as they are right on the  break, the owners feel greatly encouraged. " " '���; ..,������)...  Construction work is progressing  satisfactorily on.the new cut-pf on the  Mother Lode spur from Greenwood.  The grade will be made much easier  for the ore trains.  There is nothing new. in, regard to.  the financial situation of the Dominion  Copper company, now in liquidation.  P. F. Roosa, when seen by the Pioneer:  yesterday had nothing to say.  The entire battery of eight furnaces,  at the Granby smelter were in com-,  mission the greater part of the week,  and   the   treatment   was  accordingly  larger than it has been for some months.  The first enlarged furnace at the  Granby smelter was put in commission  last weekand has been treating from'  500 to 550 tons of ore daily. It has  been giving general satisfaction from .  ah economical point of view, and work  on furnace No. 2' will probably start  next week..  Latest Prices in Metals  Nkw Vokk���Copper, electrolytic, *13-  27& @ WHy, ; lane. $13.37�� @ M3.62M.  Bar Silver. 62  Lead, *4 57^ �� *4.02.  <Spnl-ar. *4.70 <a *4.75  .L^_-..^^..--.��-J!f��^"5M!it.'.J.,-',.:... ._.;. u  Prendergast's bakery had a close call  from fire Tuesday afternoon. A bura-  "na-x-Rnrlle had ignited some bed clothing, the room being wrapt -in /3��.���^c  when discovered. A few buckets of  water, however, extinguished the blaze. '  The fire brigade had a call on Tues- :  day evening to the bank block, where ���  a   chimney   was   blazing   dangerously. ���  The brigade made a splendid  turnout,  the   fire  team   making   record time.  Fortunately their services   were not required.  Hallowe'en Social  A Hallowe'en social will be given in  the Presbyterian church on Friday  evening, Oct. 30th; under the auspices  of the Ladies' Aid. Refreshments -  will be served and a musical and  literary program rendered.  Off Hunting.  Lundie,  John  Rev. S. Lundie, John and James  McRae left on Monday on a shooting  trij. up the west fork ol the Kettle.  They intended to pitch tent about  Canyon City for a fortnight, and deer  will have to go some to keep clear of  the trio.  For a mild,   free-drawing cigar,   the  "Boundary" is the best.  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  Oct. i), '08  The followiiiK table gives the ore shipments o(  Boundary mines lor 1900. for 1901.  , 1901, for 1903, Tor 1904, Tor 1905,  or 1906, aad 1907. as reported to the Phoenix 1'ior.eer���  MlNtt.               1900      1901         1902        1903 X904 I>35  , Granby Mines.... 54.553 231.762 309.858 393.718 S49.7<>3 65.��.*l9  Snowshoe       *97      1,731    20,800   71,21a  ���...  Phoenix Amal   B. C. Copper Co.  Molherl.ode���   5.340   99,034 141,3*6 '3*.��79 l7<.*** '47.576  B C. Mine .. 19,494    47.405   14,811    19..PS     ���        Emran ���          650     S.530   22,937 37,060 u,4Ss  Oro Denoro _.    is.53" 16.400 ,��,oc7  1 Bonule Belle -  10  , Dom. Cop. Co....  Br'klyu-Stera���   Si.JSo 55 7J��  Idaho-  .....  Rawhide   1900  801,40.$  3,4 jo  1907  S'3-337  135.001  1918  S.| 1,369  1S.286  i?o  105,900  I.4SS  II Sr.4  3,'77  203.321    ioS 770      9,074  .  Sunset ���  Mountn Rose..  Athelslan   Morrison -  K. Bell   Senator   Brey Vogle   No. 37   Reliance   Sulphur KtiiK-���  Winnipeg ���  Golden Crown...  King Solomon...  3ig Copper   No. 7 Mine   City of Paris   Jewel   Riverside-   Carmi  -  Sally   Rambler   Butcher Boy   Duncan   Providence   Klkhorn   Slrathmoie ......  Golden Kagle...  Preston   Prince Henry....  Skylark   Last Chance   B. P. U. Mine... .  Bay   Mavis   Don Pedro   Crescent   Ruby-   Republic ���  Miscellaneous���  802     7.455   15.731  1,076  2,250  55��  1,040  "57s  66s  2,000 .  350  150  560  785  615  482  2,060  "890'  219  5,646  3.339  '"363  2,435  3,070  3,-iSO  1./59  4.586  25,108  3.<*S6  4.74 7  140.6SS  2.960  26,032  48.390  3.55S  3.450  322  364  33  1.8M  13,274  14.481  43.-195  ".���153  64.173  31.270  3t.'58  649  59 .Wo  5 78��  10,740  ��,��03  51"  IJO  13  150  993  4O0  79  726  3-15  U5  7.0  150  20  586  3,��o  So .  "jus*  3*5  167  500  so  1V5  68--.  -52  106  76  ,140  40  140  90  "65  10S  40  700  60  40  9"  IS  589  45  30  S3  60  75 >  5����                5,3,':sSi.i6ij37t.i4S,'i37  ,13'.*S7     S-).21*^  Total, tons 96,600  390,800508,876 600.419 829,808  ^coptco!''::....::....-. ��� '3*a?***>_   ToUlreduced-62^9~MM39 460.940 697^837.66.  9S2.S 1 ...7^0 ,.,33.017 ..U 6.8,.   30^,^  ���_ -^���4>^��:<H>^^<��*��,ft>^*^g--��8MB  fit*7,9SS 828,879  :\o 8(0 123,740  8. 059 2I8.S1I  637,626  3-t'-95*'  153 439  Sit.131  263.081  32.6611  m  $ L  IK'S  If  J| f  ���.I'U-.-  .y<%  " 1 :.  I  �� THE PHOENIX PIONEEB.  Hi.  as  it  WA Sound Mind In m  Healthy Body"  The   regular   use   of  ���BOVRIL��  REPORT ON THE  CARNEY COPPER  By  Mineral  ensures both. It keeps the  body fit and the mind responsive to the demands of  active life.  K��  The Phoenix Pioneer  Aad Boundary Mining Journal.  ..   . MOID OH lATOAOAVt BV Til  PIONEEB PUBLISHING CO.  AT rHOKMIX, B. C.  T.ALFRED LOVE. Manaskh.  r>i*��ki<��M }''>n��*��eaa o��ce No. is.  reiepftoaea t ^da^e,., residence. No. 1$.  For real out-and-out political somersaults in journalism the B. C. Saturday  Sunset easily takes  the cake���"turn  coats" are outclassed.    As a versatile  Eminent   U. S.  Surveyor.  The many people in Phoenix and  the Boundary inteiested in the Carney  Copper mine at Mullan, Idaho, will  read with interest the following report  by Frederick V. Phinney, one of the  most prominent mining surveyors in  the United States:  I surveyed the Carney group of mining claims in September, 1906, for the  Carney Copper Company,- Limited.  Later, I laid out tunnel No. 2, and  have had general supervision of the development of the property.  I have been a resident of the Coeur  d'Alene mining region for the past nine  years, and have been a United States  j Mineral Surveyor for the past seven  years. During this time J have surveyed several hundred claims in this  and other districts, and have seldom  seen a more promising property than  the "Carney."  The outcrop of the copper ledge is  very strong, and is composed of iron,  quartz and spar carrying values in copper, gold and silver, and on the level  of tunnel No. 2, there should be a huge  and valuable ore body.  There is also a parallel vein to this  one that, has a strong iron capping,  which, in this district, is indicative of  valuable lead-silver deposits with depth.  The location of this group of claims,  ���its eighty acres of fine mining timber,  ���its two very valuable water rights  (partially developed), insures the placing of the property on a'dividend paring basis at a minimum cost.  Tunnel No. 2 will give a depth of  500 feet when the ore body is reached,  and a depth of r 200 feet at the easterly  end of the claims. j  Tunnel No. 3 will be located about  50b from the Northern Pacific Railway,  and will be about 400 feet deeper than  tunnel No.  2.  Owing to the fact that that character  of ore is such as to make it a very de-  THE  'W a Sask-alta  thermometer  earns its money.  By indicating when oven is ready for  baking. By cufctiDgr out the " peeping"  into oven. By showing on its face what  Is going on in the oven. By saving  4'door-ppeiiing'V heat.   By substituting  certainty for chance  in  baking   results.  ''Sask-alta" range  thermometer was  tested for six months  before one range was  sold. "Sask-alta"  thermometer is to  the housewife what  the compass is to the  ship captain.  EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BAM  Employs a system which makes it  it easy for its out-of-town depositors  to open nccounts and Irnnsact  business    by   mail   with   any   of   its  EIGHTY-ONE BRANCH OFFICES - 51  DETAILED  INFORMATION  FURNISHI'l)  ON   RI-QUKST.  DRAYINQ  1 mrieffr.   Capful,,, (,  u'a"&*��  JAMES Q. HcKEOWN.  Gfcenwood St&jg& Lrl II0  Leave Phoeuix, upper town, 9.30 a.m."j  CaastaWMO  lower town, .10.00 a. m. J- Standard Time  Leave  Greenwood      -        3.00 p..m.J.  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  Phoenix Ofkick, With MoRak Bros., Knob Hill Avis','--  D. L. McELROY, Proprietor,  -ssJ��ss*'s*4ata'��'s>'i*s-��*-k��t*��aBM  liOBT. CARSON,^  All kinds oj light and hcZuTZ^,,  promptly attended to; Miners'dr*  ing a specialty.       ,-    ...    .  ... .. . ,��� ��� ;., ' phonkB�� ,'  A. S. HOOD,  Pl-e. ��� Life and  AccldeoUni.rance  General Agroi. -  liank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  FUCK   COLLIK^  SHAVING PARLORS  AND     BATHROOM.  Phoenix, b\ c,  N��xl Door to McKa'e Btos  Knob Hill av-nue  Manners Barter shop  LOWER   TOWN.  T��TMt��. Montreal,Winnipeg. Vancouver, St. John, Hamilton, Calfary  HUNTER-KENDRICK  GO., Ltd.. Local Agents  IBEANES HOTELf  fc DANNY DEANE, Proprietor. ������ ", z  FOR   AN   EASY   SHAVE  AND STYLISH HAIRCUT  BATHS    IN  CONNECTION  PHOKf-IX    LODGE  8. li m t f,,  ��� Meet* "every WEDNESDAY l'milnu lu  Soai����*lf��i�����ian Hall, Olil Ironside* ivcn-ac  Visiting bretluen -onllslly wel.-oHi:.   .  Kl*. FI'RNSTROM, Prts'd nl.  A. O. JOHNSTOV, Fill. r*��y.  writer the editor is  without a  peer.i -   -- ���  ���- - --j "-,,  Posing as an Independent previous to  Slrab,e flux- an extremely  low rate ofi,e>'*  the opening of the campaign the Sun  B. C. MINING j  Operations are being  resumed   on  the Kingston group of mines at  Hed  set started into the political  arena by  supporting G.H. Cowan, Conservative,  Later when  the: Pacific Globe com  menced   publication   from   the same  office the Sunset got straddle the fence,  and the Following week flopped over,  boosting for Mclnnes, Liberal.    Last  week the Sunset was strong for Martin  of the  Asiatic   Exclusion   ticket,   the  editor stating "I have   no apology  to  offer in supporting Mr. Martin.''_.jChis  week ������������ ^uuscirand the Labor candidate will probably be  going   hand-in  hand,' and  only  the' lack of further  issues'before election day will prevent  thtJ editor from more  variety journalism.    The Sunset is 'verily   "moulder  of public opinion"!  treatment  can   be   secured   from   the J     The    Arlington    mine,    Erie,   has  smelters. shipped   a   carload   of ore  to   Trail  The office! s of the company are very smelter,  well and favorably known  throughout       The   Queen   mine   at  Salmo   has  the Coeur d'Alenes, and   the manage-  shipped another car of concentrates to  ment is the best that can be secured.  The superintendent, Mr. Joseph  Carson, developed the celebrated Morning mine and the Snowstorm mine and  several others, placing them in the list  of big'dividend payers, and enjoys an  envjaJ)le_reputati_on.  ���"redkrick V. Phinney.  Are   you   entitled   to   a   vote   in  Phoenix?   If so,^ and, are not already  on the voters' list, you should  make  application at tbe city hall before the  end of this month.    Youneed not be  a <* property1 owner to have a vote'for  rnayor 'and* 'aldermen.   'If you are 'a  British subject, have .'been a resident  of the city since the first of January  last, occupy a house or a portion of .a  house within the city limits, and have  contributed directly to the city revenues  daring*the'year at least the sum of $2  otVier .than wa^.raf^ anil license fees  jfor, doR��,'you are entitled to a place  on the voters' list, provided you go to  the  city'office  sometime during the  month of.October, and make a-statutory declaration  to the above effect  This should be done at once.    If you  let the matter slide, you may  be sorry  when voting day comes.  aj.p.Rr. to Victoria.  President Hays of the G.T P. along  with Vice-President Morse have returned to Victoria from a trip north  where they inspected Prince Rupert.  Interviewed by the newspaper reporters,  President Hays, remarked that the G.  T.P. would come to Victoria but that  no details were yet worked out. Interviewed by the Victoria Board of Trade,  President * Hays was very non-committal but said that undoubtedly, the  G.T.P. would establish'connections  with Victoria realizing as they did the  importance of the city and island  generally. The G.T.P..officials have  held a satisfactory consultation with  Premier McBride and members of his  government but"no details were forth  coming.     __  The    renom/nation    of   Governor  Hughes by the republicans of New  York is an event of no little importance  That a man could be nominated for  the chief magistracy of the greatest  State in the Union who bad no organization back of him, no headquarters in  the city where the convention was held,  no lieutenants lining up the delegates to  vote for him, no political asset save his  record and the demand of the people  for his renominadon, is an occurrence  of unusual significance in modem political  history.    It  is  true  President  Roosevelt favored bis nomination, but  it was  Hughes' record  which  really  carried the day, a fact which politicians  will do well to heed.  - Built 5,000 Beats.  Andy   Linton   of   Vancouver,   has  built up  to  date  5,000   boats,  and,  though" he is referred to'as the oldest  boat-builder in Canada; he'will likely  add. another thousand   to  his  record  before   makes   his  final  cruise.    He  does uot build ocean  liners,  but gold  prospector's boats and fishing smacks.  He has built one boat a day for the  last,twenty-five years.,..Hehas a,little  sawmill and a few workmen,'but does  himself a large share of the work of  getting each  craft   ready   for   active  service.     , '  BOUNDARY & KOOTENAY 1908 ORE RECORD  SblpmcaM sod Sadler Receipts For Year to  Date.  Ore shipments from the various  mines of Boundary and Kootenay,'and-'  the receipts of ore at the smelters of  Southeastern British Columbia for last  week and for 1908 to date are as  follows:  SHIPMENTS. WEEK.      .   YEAR.  Boundary 31,288 1,098,262  Rossland.........   6,238     222,011  East Columbia River  2,208       78,611  Total  SMELTER  Granby.   B.C. Copper Co...  Dominion Cop. Co.  Trail.............  Northport (LeRoi).,  Marysville..-.. .....  " ''"Total...': '.'.'.,  ��������������������� 39.734 1,398,884  RECEIPTS���-  18,069  9.67*  Northpoi t smelter.  An immense find of iron ore similar  to the Swedish iron has been made on  Douglas Channel, Northern B.C.  I -   The   recent   development   on   the  Nugget is most promising, but nothing  I���-��������-�� r-���t-i������*-��� ,, ~r~ augments on  any large scale until' such  time as the new  mill, now completing  is in full running order.  British Columbia' carried off the  silver trophy cup, valued at $100,  which was awarded to the board of  trade of Nelson for the best display of  ores of" any camp or district at the  Spokane Interstate fair, October 5 to  10.  Four of the copper claims owned by  Messrs. Sawyer and E. G. Fryer, near  Spence's Bridge, "have been'bonded to  an Old Country syndicate.for $200,000.  This is a copper proposition and bids  fair to be one of the best groups of  claims in British Columbia.,  1 (,  \ The'new work upori the Josie of the  Le Roi No 2 is developing a good  vein of copper ore, said to be, jjdging  from the diamond.drill- work, as good  as anything heretofore found upon that  property. The copper values of the  Le Roi No. 2 ore has always been  found easily the best in Rossland  camp.  One of the most hopeful signs in the.  Sandon camp is the continuous operation of the Whitewater mines.1   Not  only is the mill  turning out regularly  some three hundred  tons of concentrates weekly, but a large quantity of  lead ore and concentrates, some 1500  tons/have  been  snipped during the  year to the Trail smelter and as much  zinc to the zinc refineries of the United  States.  The south   belt   of; the Rossland  camp has attracted more attention during the past summer than at any time  for eleven years, and the prospects are i  said to be vt-ry encouraging  in   many  directions.    A number of small shipments have been  made from several  properties, some of whu-h have turned  out very well.    In   Sheep  Creek  the  Queen mine has just completed its new  battery at its mill, making the capacity  of the  plant close  on   to  400  tons  weekly, instead of 185 .tons with which  it has been running for three  or four  years.  New Steamer for.Coast.  On September. 22nd at the trial  trip of the S.S. Princess Charlotte,  which has been built for the Canadian  Pacific Railway, for the Vancouver-  Victoria-Seattle route, a mean spec! of  20.34 knots was obtained.  The   Princess   Charlotte   has   been  built   on   similar   lines   to   the  S.S.|  Princess Victoria and will be in commission ;next   season   for the   Alaska-  Yukon exposition traffic.  ^           -This is the Largest and Newest  Hotel in the city, heated  by 3  y: hot water and  well furnished throughout for the accommodation E^  ���jf of the public.     Everything   Neat,   Clean  and  Up-to Date.     Meals -*"���������  g��� served at all hours, special  attention  beinu niwn   the   Dinincrooni. ^  g��f              Centrally  Located on  the  Bridge,   Fifth  Street,   Phoenix. J3  SZ STEAM   HEATED.  PHOENIX NEST   ^   ORDER OF OWLS.  Mtel�� every Thuhrdav Kv*x  ino, nt Mlnem' Union Hall.  CotdUl Wclcomt loBfclhr��n. Vhli'nt;  ELECTRIC ; LIGHTING.  TELEPHONE    48.     12  ^i4UUi44i44iUi44ii4iUiUiUiUiUUUiUiUiUiaiUii4ii4iUiUiUii4^  Not for many years has the continent had such a scourge of forest fires  as has lately been our Jot. California  and' Ontario, thtv Adirondack's, and  our British Columbia forests, have all  suffered It is"difficult to estimate the  ��-���- in -su)^-'fca^Sti''butciJfc---l��'��"^=+'<:,��*"  roughly p'ut'at $rVooo,oooa day.*^  The Badge of Honesty  Is on every wrapper, of ; Doctor Piercfl'a  Golden Medical Discovery because a lull  list of tbe Ingredients composing lt is  printed there in plain English'. Forty  years of experience has proven its superior  worth as a blood purifier and invigorating tonic for. the cure of stomach disorders  and all.liver ills. It builds up the rundown system as no other tonic can in  which alcohol is used." The act! ve medicinal principles of native roots such as  Golden Seal and Queen's root, Stone and  Mandrake root, Bloodroot and Black  Cherrybark are extracted and preserved  W the use of chemically pare, triple-  refined glycerine, fiend to Dr. U. V. Pierce  at BuffaJo, N. Y., fbr free booklet which'  DAVID  OXLEY,   Pmldtnt.  WM, LOUTTIT, Sccnury  KingEdward Lodge, No.3C  A   F.hmiI A. M.  KcKiiltti- communication 8 p. ��i.     St.  ond Thursday of <-ach month.'  Kmereeut mrctlni:�� tncnllfl:M����oni<  H��U. McHulf Block.  M.SHHRMNO.  Sccreurv.  T. HOUHKICK,  U.K.  Hotel Brooklyn  The Only First-Cjass and Up-To"-  Date   Hotel   in  !Phoenix.    New  from cellar to roof.    Best Sample  Ronim in tho Boundary, Opposite  G N.- Depot. Modern Bathrooms  Steam   j* .  Heated  LO. O. F.  SNOWSHOK I.ODGK NO.tt  Vtcetaicvery Monday Kveuing- at Mineni' Hal  '���|��lthlC tircthmi cordially invited.  /,��� W   A.   PiCKahij Noble i,r��ud.  W   K.  Hmilop, Ki-coid. Secy.  :'.���'���'    T. A   LovcFcr. K-uau. Hccy.  JAMES HARSHALL, Prop.  PIIOKMX   A.BRIK   NO. IKS  , ��� y v-  ...ai���*-."���'***  JOTc/J.vJJH.. Mecl.iin UuiouHall  Tuoday .evening^.  Viaillng     brothers  alwaya arelrome  I    WKIK, W. P.  Hasrv James,  W. Sec  quotes extracts from well-recognized med-  i���i -...t������-.     gueh as Drs. Barthoiow,  leal authority     .    .��..,  King, ScuddeV, Coe, Ellingwood and a  host of otlieps, showing that these roota  can be dAj^nded upon for their curative  action f&all weak states of the stomach,  accompfepied by indigestion or dyspepsia  as well as invail- bilious or liver complaints  and \hp\y wasting diseases "where tbero  is losswliesh and gradual running down  of twralrength and system.  , The"Oolden Medical Discovery '���makes  rich, pure blood and so Invigorates accT  reeriilatfs "the" stomach, llvfr anfl bowelg.  and, through, them.- the whole system".  Thus all skin affections, blotches, pimples  and eruptions as well as scrofulous swellings arid old open running sores or ulcers  are cured and healed.   In treating old  running sores, or ulcers, it Is well to insure their heating -to apply to them Dr.  Pierce's All-Healing Salve.- If your druggist don't happen to have this Salvo in  stock, send fifty-four. cents   in postage  stamps to Dr. K. V. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel  and Surgical Institute. Buffalo. N. Y��� and  a large box of the "All-Healing Salve"  will reach you by return post.  ;   You canft afford to accept a secret nostrum as asubstitute for this non-alcoholic,  medicine  oi> xvows" composition, not  .._!. .1.-         K.ofP.LODi.E,No.28  PHOENIX, B.C   .Meets every Tuilspav  '-���Eviijfisfa-"  Sojourning Brotneta C^rdla'Iy  WelcoBitnt.     . :  .'   :  R**H.'*McfiRACKKN,  K. of*, a.  even   though   the   _.  thereby make a little b  urgent   dealer may  by make a little bigger profit. ���������  Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate  and invigorate stomach, liver and bowels.  Sugar-coated, tiny granules, easy to take  as candy.  Greenwood   Liquor   Co  ��� We furnish the trade all over the   Boundary   with  the Choicest ImporNd and Domestic  Wines, Liquors and Ggars  the  Corporation   of   the  Phoenix.  City  of  VOTERS' LIST 1908  Pboeoix Railway Timetable.  c.  P.  R.  Leaves for Eholt and Nelson, 2.10 p.m.  Arrives-.. ... ..    6.00 p.m.  GREAT NORTHERN.  Leaves for Grand Forks and  Spokane        -.. -      ..    8.55a.m.  3^39'^^^liamwa   V.        ..        :;   Skjoitm  The following [ ereoiiB shall  be entitled  to vote:  1. Any male or female being a Briiirfh  subject of the full age of 21 years, who  is the owner of real estate of the assessed  value of not less than $100.  2. Who being a resident;-British sub-  ect, duly authorized by the directors of  an incorporated company, which is the  assessed owner of landed    -  3. Who   carries   onrbuainess in  the  Municipality, and  is   the holder of a  1 Trade License.  4. Householder.  Provided, however, that in the ease of  a holder of t ade license, or in the case  of a householder, he or she shall, during  the month of October make arid cauBe to  be delivered to ihe City Clerk a Statutory Dec'aral*on made on a form sup  plied at City Office.  H. Habtjlby,  City Clerk.  As wo ship direct in Carloads, we  can   make  prices right, and give prompt shipment.  Jas. McQ-eatfi & Co.  GREENWOOD, B   C.  - THE  AMERICAN MINING REVIEW  KSIABLISHBD     I.N     18����.  THE  MOST  PAPER   IN  PRACTICAL MINERS'  THE    WORLD. ��sr <&>  MINERAL ACT.  .--.--:..?������"-.���.'���'   :  ivomtt r.i'  CartlSeate mi Imptmimmentt.  ���'���'������   NOTICK.  " No 4" Mineral Claim, s.tuate In tbe Greenwood Mining Division of Yale DUtrict, British  Columbia.  Where located���In Greenwood Camp.  TAKE  NOTICK  that I,  Mordock Melutyre,  Free   Miners  Certificate   No   B194S1,   intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, lo apply to the  Mining Recorder lor a  Certificate of Improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Slot of the above claim.  Aud Itu-tber Take Notice that actiru, under  tection 37, must be commenced before the Issuance of such Certificates ol Improvements,  Dated this 2nd day of October, A.D.. 1908.  ' :'MC*RDOCK,ilclNTYRK.  Mineral act.  (FOWl'.)  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICE.  Woodburn; Woodburn Fractional, and tucky  Shot Fractional Mineral Claims,'sittl��tc in the  Grand Forks Mining Division or Vsle DUtrict  Where locUcd���On Fourth of July Crtek.  TAKK NOTICE that I, Svdniiv M Johnson,  aclini; as agent for Julius Cahso-c, Free Miner'i  Certificate No. B. JI93, intend, slsiy daj�� from  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for  a Certificate ofTtuprovenimts, for ths purpo��e of  obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim ���  And further take notice that action, ucder sec-  lion 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 14th day of .'.ugust, A.D., 1908.  SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.  MINERAL ACT.  (FORM   F.)  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  ft gives all the Important Mining News, and every issue contains valuable  Special Articles, well illustrated, on subjects of real practical interest to  ihe everyday mining man. :        :        : :        .  NOT TQQ TECHNICAL BUT JUST RIGHT.  ��3   PBR  YEAR-SAMPhE  ON   RKQUKST.  1 Published erory Saturday at Los Angeles, California.  NOTICE.  Monaich   Fractional,    Gem   Fractional   and  Aetna 'Froctlonal mineral claim*, the Monorch  Fractional mineral claim being situate In the  Grand Forks Mining Division ofBritlsli Colum-  b'n,  and the Gem  Fractional   aud the   A-t��a  Fractional being situate in the Greenwood Mining Division of British Columbia.  Wheie located���In Greenwood camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, David Whiteside, of the  J City of Grand Forks, British Columbia, ogeut for  the Granby Consot.datcd, Mining. Smelting &  Power Company, Limited, Free Miner's Certificate No Biojji, Intend, sixty days from the date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a  Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining r Crown Grant of the above claims.  And further take notice that action under Section 37, must be commenced Defore the imuance  ofauch Certificate or Improvements. Dated this  loth day of September, A.D., ioaS.  a. iso. wnrrBBEDS. Mm  THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  PROVINCIAL.  have a  motor  boat  0  Nelson   is  to  factory.  A $12,000 hockey rink will be built  in Nelson.  The Bank of Commerce will open a  branch at Revelstoke.  A company of mounted infantry is  being formed in the Niccila valley.  Creston sale of Government lands  last week realized about $59,000.  A lone holdup man secured $15��  in one night's work in Fernie recently.  Some 26,000 people have registered  at ihe Victoria museum since May 1st.  The Fraternal Order of Eagles will  erect a business block and hall in iiinmaginalion  Nelson.  Sir Henri Joly,' former governor-  general of'British Columbia is ill at  Quebec .   ���  A party of immigrants from Washington have located in the vicinity of  Salmon Arm.  Many of the Hindoos of Vancouver  are said to be living on one meal a  day, and with no provision for winter.  Fire destroyed the big storage ware  house of the Wood, Vallance Hardware  company on the waterfront at Nelson.  At the sale of Government lands at  Creston last week every acre put up  whs sold. The prices ranged up to  $300 per acre.  Sir Thomas Sliaugnessy is to address  Ihe Hoard of Trade at Victoria and  h-iiI announce ihe company's plan for  railway building on the island.  Two robbers were caught in Vancouver Friday evening. Justice swift  and unerring followed next morning  when both were sentenced to five years  in penitentiaiy. ,  The Suinnierland Tiust Company,  L'd, has been awarded the contract  for operating the ferry between Suni-  im rland and Naramata for the term of  one year, commencing June   1,   1909  ���? CANADA BOUND TO       (a maoistratb investioaves zam-buk  GROW SAYS MILNER  Dominion Entitled to a Great  Share in Directing Policy  of Empire.  Truly imperial was the keynote  sounded by Lord Milner in his eloquent  speech at the complementary luncheon  tendered him by the Canad;an Club  in Vancouver.  His Lordship was given a great  reception by a thousand people. He  snid that apart from the maritime pro  virices, which he wished he could have  seen but had not been able to visit, he  appeared to have seen not one, but  four countries, What great political  architects, therefore, they were whose  and force could leap  J what was then two thousand miles of  wilderness and unite them a'l in a  federation.    He was thinking  not  of  Belter That Ever.  Our readers when deciding on their  reading matter for 1909, should not  overlook "The FamTy Herald and  Weekly Star" of Montreal. Of course,  you want your local paper for local  news-, but any home in Canada would  be the^better of receiving "The Family  Herald and Weekly Star." It costs but  one dollar a year, and is without doubt  the greatest value in the newspaper  line, "it is a weekly newspaper, family  magazine and an agriculturaljournal,  all three in one It should be in every  Canadian home.  Try the Pioneer job department for  your next order of printing.  today so much as the future. With  the growth of population and trade she  would have interests in every part of  the world! Canada would be great.  Even so, some other nations wou'd  have two or even three limes the pop  tilation of Canada. How would she  defend those interests? Will she alone  compele with millions of men and  scores of baitleships? Or would Canada becontent to take a back ��eat���i  hack seat in peace as well as in war.  Power is shown not only in war, for  wars among great nations are few, but  much more in peace. A nation is  like a hank; it is credit on which il  trade!*, hut it must have power, like a  cash reserve, in the background ready  11 use if need be.  "Look," Lord Milner conlinued "at  what is happening in Europe while you  and 1 are sitting here. Great chanpes  are taking wlace. - National ooundaries  are being altered. An international  compact of great moment is being set  aside." ..  Canada was unique in being one ol  a group of great countries. Together  hit group can command credit and  respect with strength and securii)  based uptin it. To Canada there  would be less strain than she would  otherwise experience. Canada indi  vidually, to, would gain, not lose. Slit-  would be greater as a leading member  perhaps herself, in the near future the  chief and head of a great group of  British states, than alone. Realizing  this Canadians would claim and rightly ciaim, a greater share in directing  the policy of the'whole Empire. The  sooner they did so the better. They  weuld then realize to the full need for.  Canada in peace as well as in war.  Patronize horn : industry and smoke  "Boundary"cigar* union made, Havana  filled.  Sivi II li a Wonderful Healer and flat* More  Ifaen is Claimed for Ir.  No household renwdy in existence  has won such clowing tributes from  people in high places as has Zini-Huk.  Mr. Roger F. Perry, Jusiice of the  Ptace for B itish Columbia, icstc-d this  famous balm, and this is wh.u b,: says  of it: '  ''The Pav.lion,  "Goldfields B C.  "To Ihe/.-tui-Buk Co,  ''Gi'iitleiiie<\���Afttr a v<. ry fur Iria'  I luve.proved Z-im-I'uk euiiiienily s it  islactory. In my case it cur d a skin  rash ol five year's standing- which no  doclor had bei:n aMe to do any good  for:  'T would certainly ';ncouiage any  person to keep'/am Buk in their home.  It truly does even more than you cairn  for it. For my own part 1 would not  now be without it in the house. Yours  very truly,  (Signed) "Roger F. Perry,  "Justice of ihe Peace for B.C  Zam-Buk differs from other salves  and embrocations, for while these  mostly contain animal oils and fats,  Zam-Buk is purely herbal. It soothes  and heals cuts, sores, ulcers, eruptions,  ivoils, eczema, chafing sores, etc. In  the household it is the handiest pos  sible remedy for burns, scaldt, children's injuries. It instantly cleanses  any wound to which it is applied; prevents festering, inflammation or blood  poisoning, lt cures piles, varicose  ulcers, and fistula. All druggists and  stores sell at 50 cents a box, or from  the Zam- Buk Co., Toronto, for price,  6 boxes for $2.50.  PHOENIX OPERA HOUSE  ONE NIGHT  ONLY  OCTOBER  24th  Willis & Cosgrove  ���PRE-ENT-  Clarence Sennet's  GREAT   BIBLICAL   DRAMA  "TIIMOlMhT  New Election Act.  The Dominion government has  caused a summary of the new law relating to elections to he published.  Some of the principal provisions are  the following:  "It is made a criminal offence, pur  ishable by heavy fine, to take down,  mutilate or deface any proclamation  notice, voters' list or other document  required to be posted under the provisions of the act.  "No person can make a contiibution  on behalf of any-candidite except  through the agent of such candidate.  The bribery provisions in theactaie  made much more severe.  "Canvassing by persons residing outside Canada is made an indictable  offence.     ,   .  "Printing offices are required to givt  the address of the printer and pub  lisher on every class of printed material  issued in connection with an election.  "The making of a false statement  with regard to the personal character  of a candidate renders the person making it liable to a fine of not less tlun  $100.  Contributions for political purposes  by any company or association are  made an indictable offence."  Escaped  ny  Using Pe  Builer's Pbiiotopnr.-XLVII.  Resolved, that there are lots of false  alarms in this world. That's why  some people are always living in lear  of something; fear of the future, fear  of sickness, or any old thing. I know  men who are false alarms; when you  get to them you find there's nothing  there. And yet see what a false alarni  can do. That one'caused nine runaways, six fights, four accidents, a lew  broken ribs and a waste of time*  Moral���don't be alarmed.  WITH  HAROLD NELSON  as MARIUS, A Roman Soldier  The most snblime play ever written.  Beautiful Scenic and Lighting Effects.  Sites Afrun Warned.  $36.00 per week or 400% profit All  samples, stationery and art catalogue  free. We wan' one permanent agent'  >n I his locality for the largest picture  ind frame house in America. Experience unnecessary. We instruct you  how to sell our goods and furnish the  capital. If you want a permanent,  honorable and profitable position, write  us today for particulars, catalogue and  samples. Frank W. Wili iams Company, 1214'W. Taylor St., Chicago,  III.  errors "Of-  ���   'By.''-/  ru-!*ha..'...,;.  Mr. Isaac Brock, ng Years Old Last Birthday.  ISAAC BB0CK, a citizen of McLennan  county, Texas, has lived lor 119 years,  "For many years he resided at Bosqno  Tails, eighteen miles west of Waco, but  now lives with his son-in-law at Valley  Mills, Texas.  Some time ago, by request, Uncle Isaac  came to Waco and sat for his picture,  holding in his hand a stick cut from the  grave of General Andrew Jackson.  Mr. Brock is a dignified old gentleman,  chewing few signs of decrepitude.  His family Bible is still preserved, and  lt allows that the date of his birth was  written 119 years ago.  Born before the United States were  formed.  Saw 22 presidents elected.  ...   Pe-ru-na has protested him from  all sadden changes.  Veteran of four wars.  Shod a horse when 99 years old.  Always conquered tbe grip -with,  Pe-ru-na.  Witness In a land suit at the age  of 110 years.  Believes Pe-ru-na the greatest  remedy of the age for catarrhal  troubles.  IN speaking of hl�� Koort health and ex-  licinu old age, Mr. lii-oek guyr-:  "After 11 r���an lies lived In the world  an long in I havo, ho ought to hava  found out a greitt many things by ex-;  ptiidice.   I thiuklhavpdonoso.  "One of the things J have found  out to myentire.satisfaction Is the  proper thing for ailments that are  due directly to the effects of tho  climate. For 119 years I have wlthk  stood the changeable climate ot  the United States. ^     -  "X li���\e nhviij-s been averyhealthy  man, but,ol courwo, subject to the affections which aio due" to tiudden changes  in llioclimatoand temperature.    '  ..  "As for Dr." Hartmah'sremedy,  Pe-ru-na, I have found It to bethe  best, if not the only; reliable remedy  for-these r.f.'actions."tthasbeen"  my standby for many years, and I  attribute my good health and ex-1  treme old ego t6;thli\remedyf  "It exsiclly moots'-,all my^regulra-  incuts. It protocts me from the evil of-  feels of sudden changes; lt gives me  strength; it keeps my blood In good clr-  culution. I have c'otj��e to rely upon if  almost entirely for 'Ke many little  things for w hlch I nooA medicine.      *.';  "When epidemics of It grippe first be*  gan to make their uppoarance in this"  country 1 was a sufforf- from this disease. ��� v  "/ had several font sieges with1  the grip. At first I did not know-  that Pe-ru-na was m remedy for.  this disease. When -J 'heard; that]  la 'grippe was-epidemic, catarrh  I tried Pe-ru-na for la grippe add:  found It to be Je*t ihe thing."    Vn  In a later letter. Mr. Brock writes 1  "I am well and fatiJIng as well osj;I'  have for years.   I would not be without  Peruna." r   .      ? '  Tours truly,  A letter dated July 8,1906, written tot]  Mr. Brock by his wife, Sarah J. Brock,  states:  "Last winter I had Just gotten]  up out of a spell of sickness, when  I commenced taking Peruna.   !l;  think It improved my health very-,  much."  In a postscript, Mrs. Brock adds: "H��  receives a great many letters Inquiring  about what Peruna will do.   I do not  answer them all, as I think they can -  get a bottle and try it."  PRICES, $1.00 and 75 Cents  SEAT SALE AT TOM BROWN'S.  sale or ��mm mimi ciAins for iran  TUXES IN THE  ROSSLAND ASSESSMENT DISTRICT.  n. the Court House, in the City ��^*^'X���   o���f   for the doUnqnent taxes unpaid bv said persons on the 30th  I'SSj^^^ & -^o{ *il-?ii8ine mUl sale-if tl,e totftl amou,,t due ,8,10t  Bonner paid.  LIST  ABOVE   MENTIONED.  GREENWOOD MINING DIVISION.  OWVKK.  Rosenhaupt, Si-lney   U'lsenlniupt, Sidney   Moody, John A  ���   Niiden, t'.ll.. twnl Canllield, .1. J..    .   -  Hollirook.   D.A .Oliver, F.   II.,  and  }  D.niKlierty, Mary G  >  Macliin, Herry T ���������������.,.    *;  Rune, Michael 11., Nelson,.I ��- True,  M T.,  furry,   Evan, and  Morrison >  L-iwrence S '  Miiehin, Henry T ��� ��� ��� ...���������  Kinney, Charles    Kinney, Charles         Dominion-Copper Co., litil     Combination M. and M. Co ........   . ���  hind, A. T.; Bell. CharleH N.; Mckenzie. Kenneth ; Fuller, H.V.'Siiy.ler,  H.M.; Bunting 11., and estate of A.  Feriruson   Kiter. ��            Dominion Copper Co., Ltd    .... -   - ��� ���  Boiindarv-Klkhoin M. Co.. Ltd., N.P.L.  Mackenzie. Wm., and Sutherland, ll. - ���  Matthews', John   Lontier, Leon      Dominion Copper Co.   I Ad   Gold Bug-Mining Co., Ltd   Wiliii'.iiis. VV.R.; Cameron, I). A.,  Mann, D. 0    ���    ���  Sansnn. O.W.H., and Madden, M. K-  Huas, J. 0.. and McNicol, Jas    Naden, G. R ..-   Miller, G. F '������  Spokane-Boundary Mininx Co   Macy, W., and Law, W. M >.������������'  i '  Morrison Mines, Ltd., Crane, Or. i.. L  and Fraser, J. 8. C ���    ��  Non-ie, W. H , and Beekwith, Jas  Benerman.Spencer.and Clouuh Emma 1-.  Rosenhaupt, Sidney     Morrison M ines, Ltd     OoHRrifr, C., and Mclntyre, M      Livingston, ThoJ. Dickason   Matthews. John    .       ;   Norris, W. H., and Beekwith, Jas   King, Thomas ���   Dominion'.Copper Co., Ijtd   Dominion Copper Co., Ltd     Riter, G , arid Beauchine F   NAMK  OK   CLAIM.  Arcadia ...  Astoria  Kaltimore  Barlutra  ..  Bee   Bengal   Bluejuy   Bristol   Bnlldoi:   Bull Doir Fraction  CO.   1)     - ;   Conibination   Coronation.  and  !f  Copperopolis      Crown Siluer     ICIkhoi-n     Kiiltrpi-ist!    Kuruka Fraction     Kir.-t Cluwice   . ..  Florence Fraeti ill       G 1.1 Bug   Gold Kiip-lc   Gold Fmch     "real llesper   Iloines't'il-e.      I,a I'Ih/.a   Last Chance   Liitle Oli ef   Little Buffalo Fr-clion.  l.ygia      Moonlight.   MorniniJ Star     Morrison   Mullen   I'rcstoii   Putnam      Queen   S. F. Fraction      Standard       Stemwinder   Svcamore   3135  3184  2391  817  88".  2395  1287  2370  32-ri6  Still  028  1'5S  33��5  1852  789  818  017  3250  44-KS)  1470  890  921  820  1887  18n2  1393  753  1406'  1717  TAXKS DUB  * 5 50  12 7ft  11 25  7 25  11 25  13 00  12 50  10 25  8 00  11 75  12 50  13 00  12 00  4 00  7 50  11 2'i  1 25  10 00  2 75  11) 00  13 00  12 50  11 50  11 75  12 75  11 50  2tl55  11 25  1628  13 00  2570  12 75  (154  8 75  1850  13 00  (IDS  �� 50  3150  13 00  1635  10 75  832  10 00  982  2 01  58S  3 50  1578  11 50  COSTS.  $2 00  2 00  00  00  00  00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 OO  2 00  00  00  IK)  00  Oti  00  00  2 00  2 00  00  00  00  00  00  00  2 00  2 ' X)  2 00  2 00  2 00  TOT K L.  $ 7 50  14 75  13 25  9 25  13 25  i5 a)  14 50  12 25  10 00  13 75  14 50  15 10  9 75  5 75  �� 75  14 00  �� 00  9 50  13 25  3 25  12 00  12 00  15 0  14 50  l.-f 50  :3 :������>  14 75  13 50  13 25  15 00  14 75  10 75  15 00  11 50  15 0J  12 75  12  4  5  13  00  00  50  5'1  PALACE LIVERY STABLES  tit HIBDOCK McINTiRE, Prop.  3S,,jHojges^.._Jlull^^iyeuv-.-J[?uiai-pro��pt-���r"  Have taken   over   the   Lumber  Yard  and will carry  a   full  stock.  DRY   WOOD   IN   ANY   QUANTITY  Prompt Attention  to   orders  at any  hour of <\&y or night.  (pHONE34*)       Phoenix, B. C.  D. J. Matheson  EIDKLITY    BONOS.  3ii0urance Hgent  FIRK,       LIFI-:  ANI>  ACCIDENT.  PLATB    GLA.SS  COMlIM-UOVRa    FOR   TA.KINO    AFFIDAVITS  PHOENIX,   B.C.  * JOHN APPLEBY f  Contractor arid   Builder |  TELEPHONE   A-50. f  ~OViutulvu -  JM-ar���CitviH*lI  -��*��<-> PHOENIX, B. C.  Carriages and Other Rigs, Horses and Saddles  For Any Part of the Boundary. Express and  Baggage Transfer Given Prompt.. Attention.  Dry Wood Delivered to Any Part of the City.  D. J. McDonald, Prop.  A Share <.f the Public Patronage 3ollc*t��4  'PHONE 37  'Phenol. ��  P.  0. Box 56.  Phoenix Market  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  Choice Line of Fresh and Cured Meats  Poultry, Fish and Game in Season : :  Dealer in Rough and Dressed Lumber  Estimates Furnished  All   Kinds   of  Repair    Work   Done  l *  9 Office and Yard on ?  5 Old Ironsides Ave, Phoenix, B. C   |  COMFORT  IIV   FOOTWEAR  Protect your health by jnotcclini.' your f.-et��� tun  Shoes are com and bunion tic ctor��. Let ns uiiiUe  your slioes to measure, and you "ill have coni-  fo fort in weaiin;: rlioi^-    Siiti.-factioii ('iniriintei.l.  Large Stock  of fine  BOOTS  AVD SHOES.  RUBBERS, etc.. to select Jrom   MINERS'  BOOTS,   MITTS   AND  GLOVES ARE SPECIALTIES.  Rossland, B. C, October 4th. 1908.  J. KIRKUP, Collector.  PHOENIX SHOE SHOP  .A. T. TURANO, Proprietor.  Ths Pioneer for Fins Commercial Printihg  All    Orders   Receive   Prompt  Attention.  Markets at Greenwood, Grand Forks, Midway,   Eholt and   all   the  other   g  principal CitieB and Towns in B.C., Alberta and Yukon.  Headquarters: Headquarters for Boundary :  NELSON, B.C. GREENWOOD, B.C.  S V��''-'*?*��'"'*^*"*!"*^^  THERE'S  SATISFACTION  IN SMOKING THE   *���**   *�����  '^<  SOLD EVERYWHERE  ASK FOR IT. ��*   �����* ^  -v If,  ���it  :. t'|  "i -f,  '   '.���-���(   !'-t  ��� ;i'i-S''  ��� i<'4-  '% 'i-i  :'   't-  !:   .if-  .:fi.fy SirJ*    ,  Iii  THE PHOENIX PIONEEB.  '��h  1  1  MM  ,1  ��1*  Si #5  '/'  it  .1'  h  (Sill  iv  u  i1  m:  ���ft*?/  If"  ***iasy'.  '���***��-*avi!!S.-S>.-^>.'S��.-����.-*'*��>..!����>..->v ..  1 vP-5'vP' ^���&^^^!gi''2fRjk '"���.  Announcement  In and Around Phoenix 5  *T*HE UNDERSIGNED begs to inform the citizens of Phoenix and neighborhood that   he  has  opened   a   first-class  Watchmaker's Establishment  in the Lower Town, opposite Hotel Brooklyn, and is prepared  to do all kinds of WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING".  High-grade work, such as Chronometers, Repeaters, especially  solicited. Nothing but the best material that money can buy  used in repairing, and all work will be strictly guaranteed.  An up-to-date stock of LADIES' and GENT.'S WATCHES  and JEWELRY already on hand, at right prices.  Charges will be very moderate; a trial patronage respectfully  solicited.  BRIEF  TOPICS  OF   LOCAL   AND   GENERAL  INTEREST   TO   PHOENICIANS,  J.  A. HARTLEY, jewEtER  BURNT  LEATHER  SOUVENIR GOODS  WE have the finest assortment of BURNT LEATHER  GOODS in town, including a variety of beautiful Souvenirs  with Phoenix and  Boundary views.  PICTORIAL POST CARDS  NICE, NEW, NATTY PICTORIAL POST CARDS,  with chic ideas to suit every occasion. Have a look  through  them,  and you  will  find  what you  want.  PIPES AND TOBACCOS  Our selection of PIFES is large, and comprises fine  genuine ambers and meerchaums, together with a variety  of cheaper grades, and we carry the lines of tobaccos  that will make your smoke a delight.  CIGARS AND CIGARETTES  For a pleasurable smoke try the famous " BOUNDARY"  CIGAR; we have it and all the other favorable brands.  Our stock of cigarettes is complete.  Dr.- Connelly, is laid up with a severe  'Cold. ':.  Order your  wood   from   Mclntom-  iney.    Phone B 32.  J.   D.   McLean   is   off on   a   trip  through the Kootenays.  Oyster cocktails at   the  Brooklyn  bar���oysters fresh daily.  ERLUTS & CONFECTIONERY^  For all delicacies in seasonable FRUITS come to DE-  LISLE'S, and for your sweet tooth we have the select  lines of CHOCOLATES AND CONFECTIONERY, the  product of the best manufacturers on earth.  Leave your order with us for Cut Flowers.  Harold Nelson in "The Holy City,"  Phoenix opera house tonight.  Dry wood in car lots. Apply to  J. Trombley, Phoenix, B. C  Mrs. Hawkins returned on Monday  from a visit wilh friends at Danville.  Greenwood Odd Fellows nil! hold  their annual ball next   Ft iday evening.  R. V. Chisholm of Rossland was  calling on old friends in Phoenix this  week.  W K. Hyslop left yesterday on a  hunting trip in the vicinity of Myn-  caster.  Mrs. Parks returned on Saturday  from a month's visit at _ Victoria and  Spokane.  Conservative committee rooms have  been opened next door to Black's  jewelry store.  The small boy and the hand sleigh  have been much in evidence the past  couple of days.  The several little flurries of snow  flakes this week bad the ground about  covered yesterday.  John Kirkup, the genial assessment  collector from Rossland, was a visitor  in camp yestetday.  Port wine and claret, specially selected for family trade; 75c. per bottle  at Hotel Brooklyn.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, will be at his  I Phoenix office, bank block, Nov. 10 to  13th.    Phone A. 18.  Harry Birnie of Grand Forks, surveyor for the C.P.R., is visiting his  brother, L. Y. Birnie.  Mrs. J. Sampson returned Saturday  ! evening after a three months' visit with  friends at Salt Lake City.  Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hartley arrived  on Monday and have taken up residence on Dominion avenue.  The Brooklyn hotel has just received  a consignment of selected wines from  St. Catherines���port, sherry  W. J. Prendergast has closed his  confectionery store on Knob Hill  avenue, having sold the stock.  Mrs.  H. A.  Munro will  hold   the  Morrin, Thompson's deliver)' wagon  sports a new team.  Before   buying  your furniture elsewhere, call on R. '.Gardner.  Mrs. Pope fell  on  the  s'dewalk on  Tuesday and broke her leg.  A benefit dance is  being given  in  the Scandinavian hall this evening.  Houses for sale or rent���apply to  McAuliffe, the tailor, Dominion ave.  Mrs. McKay has opened a dress  making parlor in ihe Biner block, and  is prepared to make all kinds of dresses  and tailored garments at reasonable  prices.  If you are thinking of building or  require building material of any kind  ���lumber, shingles, lime, brick���call  on me for figures. Phone A 4.4. C.  A. Ross.  Thos. Russell, who has spent the  summer developing their property in the  Sturgeon I-ake country, returned to  camp Saturday. He gives enthusiastic  reports of the Ontario gold field1-.  Methodist Church���Sunday School  every Sunday at 2.30 p.m.; service at  7.30. Suhject for Sunday, Oct. 25th,  "Weighed and found wanting." Choir  practise this week on Thursday evenir.g  7-3��-  FOR THE HANDS  At this season the skin becomes dry and rough,  which if not attended to becomes cracked and painful.  We have a number of good Lotions and Creams that  we can recommend.    ..      ..     ..     ..     ..     ..     --'  TRY   CARNATION   CREAM  25c.  Remember we can prepare any recipe >ou may have.  All prescription work receives prompt and careful  attention, in  which only  the   purest drugs are used.  LOVES DRUG STORE  Shots at Passing Shadows  Whites and yellows all about  Supersede the greenery,  Nature has her artists out  Fixing up the scenery.  aw  If Mr. Flannigan -had a few- brass  buttons and mounted harness he would  belong to the nobility.  aaa  A message from Jack in the Kootenays says : "I dinna ken sic a place  for braw lasses as this ; I'm bringing  hame the bonnie   lassie  o'  them  a' "  ****************************************  Cigars and Tobaccos  1  WE make a specialty of CIGARS AND TOBACCOS,  and carry a variety of the best brands.   ���    +    4-  Confectionery  THE PURE MATERIALS used in the manufacture  of our Candies imparts an unusually ricli and  pleasing taste. Try them if you want the best  in Sweets. ������    +    ������    +    ������    +    +    +  GROCERY  AL. ALMSTROM,  LOWER  T OWN  HEADQUARTERS   FOR    MUSICAL   INSTRUMENTS.  W VVW W trta WW WWWWWWWW WW W WW  J  " I'm   wearin'. my  heart  away  you."���Pipe.  fo.  J. R. J. DELISLE  X^-PHONE   "SIXTY-FOUR."  The local parson will be absent tomorrow ; he is attending the obseques  of deer at Canyon City.  And now for the obituary notices of  guides who look like deer.  Pr.oei.ix Steam Laundry Co.,  k   .LIMITED.  With the newest and most modern machinery, we are now in  a   position to handle the  largest or smallest orders  ' .with dispatch and at the lowest possible prices.  BEST OF WORK GUARANTEED.  Phone No. 25  piano raffle next Thursday evening Oct.  CLOTHES 0!  tBffiCTEE  WOO D  Men of personality avoid ihe com;-f  momplace in  dreas.    They incline  towards clothes  with  an   element  ol character.   Whether it bh a suit  or an overcoat of ours, that element.  ia positive.   It has its source in the  exceptional manner in which every  garment is designed and tailored.  We invite yon to inspect oar showing  of  WOOLLENS   FOR   FALL  FOR SAL- Fir and  Tamrack $5 per cord  Pine $4.50 per cord.  Phone Your Order To  No.  B 3-2 *. .,  ,   ��� -  I J. MclNTOMINEY  - C H. Reeves andA^S. Geddes returned, on Monday from Lynch, creek,  bringing.a fine specimen of deer.  "A.- Mueller, who was a resident of  Phoenix   for  some  years,   has   taken  possession   of  FluhrerV brewery  at I Toronto jewelry firm, accompanied by  '"'" '       ' Mrs. Ellis was a visitor   in   town   last  fabrics.  SUITS.    It is an exhibit of fine  Tra^ a deaLfor the purchase being put  ,���K���._ ' through on the 12th inst  W. B. Wilcox, the former editor of  the Pioneer, who has been spending  the past summer on a ranch at North  Yakima, Wash., in a note to the  Pioneer a few days ago says,  "Extra  ' Miss Gibson of Calgary general hospital arrived this week to take a position as nurse in Phoenix hospital.  Miss Innes, who has been a nurse in  Phoenix hospital for the past year, left  on Tuesday for her home in Victoria.  Rev. F. V. Venables will conduct  service in St John's Anglican church,  Phoenix, tomorrow afternoon at 3  o'clock.  See the line of fine Rattan Arm  Rockers we have at the very special  prices of $5 and $5.50. "Binns, the  Furniture Man."  H. J. Baird, who has been connected  with the Hotel Brooklyn for. the past  two years, left with Mrs. Baird on Tuesday for Spokane.  F. Knott returned on Monday from  a trip to Moyie and attended the  Creston sale of lands. He stated that  the ruling prices were high.  Don't forget when you are in need  of furniture lhat I have a full stock of  up-to-date goods at moderate prices���  'Binns, the furniture man."  J- R. Grant of the E. T. Banc went  to Grand Forks on Tuesday to assist  in the branch there, Mr. Bower being ill.    He returned Thursday.  To let���two roomed house, fur  nished, next to Presbyterian church;  rent, $10 per month. Apply to Win.  Lindsay, Morrin, Thompson Co.  G. W. Rumberger returned Tuesday  evening from a short trip to Regiha,  Sask. He reports a very satisfactory  crop having been harvested oh the  prairie.  P.   W.    Ellis,   head   of the  Loaded dice has given way to loaded  cigars in Phoenix, and the victims are  equally numerous; ask the mayor for a  smoke.  This world's~a~ptace that'doth* unfold  *   New changes'as each season flies; >  Too wet, too dry, too hot or cold��� - '  But very, pleasant otherwise. .  "Skookum"   now  takes   lessons  electricity; "Hillyard system."  Shea's  grindstone   handle   fire   extinguisher has passed the experimental  stage; he.had Wednesday's, fire out before arrival of brigade.  ***  Weir's private special is" reported  wrecked on Cod mountain, but Jimmy  wires that he has escaped and -will  leach Phoenix' tonight. **   ���  ���M  , One day the office-boy went to  the  editor of the Soaring Eagle and-said:  "There's a tramp-at  the  door,   and  he says he has had nothing  to eat  for  six days."  ."Fetch -bim._in,"..Jsaid- the-editor.  "If we can find out how-he does it, we  can run this paper ���for-another week!"  Patronize Home Industry.  r  Prompt attention to all orders  MILES S- MEAfflAI%~riANASEi6:  Dominion Ave.,  Phoenix. B C.  in     ~  ;��)uv��.v��.N.Ai.iJLtJLtJL!^  SCHOOL SUPPLIES  WE have everything in this line���I'EN'CIl^, SPRIBBLKK-".  SLVTES. TEXT BOOKS for mi grades, EXKRC18K BOOK-".  BAGS, etc.      Let us supply  jour wants :'n  School suppl'i-H.  OFFICE .STATIONERY   ,  et  ' WE   are 'Headquarters   for  all   offl.:e   requirements.   - BLANK  ' BOOKS kept in stock���and  what we have  not got  we can  for j-ou.-.   INK,   WRITING  MATERIAL, RULES. Etc  McRAE BROS., limited  Magazines       .**      Daily Papers       .**       Stationery  THIS WEEK we wish to talk  to, you,about  TEA AND COFFEE  r��-r).>PI��s..there is not another  article in the line of (Jroceiks  that affords the same chance for  deception and adulteration, especially is this true of ground  coffees.  We buy all our Coffees direct  from'the   Importer,   and grind  ; them fresh for you when ordered.  Our Teas   we   buy  direct from  the Gardens.  In this way we are always  sure of getting PURE, WHOLESOME VE\ AND COFFEE,  and we send them out as pure  as we get ihem.  One of the biggest proofs we  have lo offer you lies in the fact  that: our TEA AND COFFEE.  BUSINESS IS GROWING  EVERY MONTH, and we have  several people buying our Tea  and Coffee who do not favor us  with the balance of their Grocery  business.  TEAS  Our Special - 50c lb.  Tea Lady - - 75c lb.  Tcriey's Tea 60c lb.  Ram Lais - - 65c lb.  Tartan Tea ���   50c lb.  Try a pound of our Special  Tea, we claim this to be the  biggest  value  in   the  list.  Latsst Mining Stock 'Quotations.  " Corrected to Octr. 24, 19P8.*  The etock market is a sure indicator  of the trend of business. A more buoyant feeling'is pervading the different  markets, and all stocks are firm at the  following quotations:  '-. ,;���'"���' '-:"���*'���:��� j.  .���<������������':.:������   �������*>.,     asked!  Alberta Coal and Coke        ' .'..      '.-.. : v  jg*&8��lff��^^  FALL   NECESSITIES  FOR MEN and BOYS  m  ~       m  GpFFEE  Giase & Sanborn, 50c  :���.-. 50c  - 50c  - 50c  - 35c  0  Tartar.   - - .".-  Red Gate -   -  Braids    ���- -   -  Dig Four- -   ���-  Special   - -   -  35c  R. HORRELL  *��� -.MERCHANT  TAILOR.  week, while taking a trip  through the  the Boundary.   * *      '���-...'...  An express train running 60 miles  an hour without stopping for 25 hours  would just travel the distance covered  by the packets (placed end to end) sold  busy now finishing up harvesting 2,000 jin one year of "Salada" Tea.    Annual  q?i"l*? Bond9  B.C. Copper  Charles Dickens....  Cons.. Smelters.?,;..  Copper King.......  Domin. Copper j.v..  Gertie:;.....'. .'v//.".''  Granby........:...  Hecla   International Coal.  Kendall   v ......,  Missoula Copper.. .  Nabob   Oom Paul "..'.:...  Panhandle Smelter..  Rambler-Cariboo....  Rex   Snowstorm..    Snowshoe  .5^  Sullivan .   .......  .0>,  6.50  00!-^  66.00  .2   .  y] -93%  .02^  1)5 00 "���  3 00  .67  1.37  .2H  ���2H  &%  .13  .4  1.53  6.75  ���01?i  74.00  ..... ;P2Ji*  l.CO  .03*^  102.00  Shipments ol Fall  and  Winter Needfuls are now arriving  ���CLOTHING,    HATS.    CAPS,    BOOTS,    SHOES  SHIRTS,   COLLARS,   TIES,   UNDERWEAR,   MJXV  and   everything   else   a   well-dressed   man   may   rt q lire.'  Get the habit���deal at Brown'*���and you will save money.  m  m  THOvS. BROWN,  GENT'S.    ,H   ���,  FURNISHINGS  NOTICE TO CREDITORS.  .  Creditors   and others  having claims  against the estate of Rowland Jones,  late of Phoenir, B.C , deceased,   who  died at   Phoenix   on   fifth   September.  1908, are ��� equired on or before thirteenth  November, 1903, to send by post or deliver to James.W. Main, Administrator,  at the office of the undersigned, Rendeli  Block, Greenwood, B.C., their names,  addresKes and full particulars of their  claims, and of any   security   held   by  them duly verified." After said date the  said Administrator will /proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among J  the parties entitled thereto, having re- '  gard only to the claims of which he shall  then bavo notice.     r'  Dated at Greenwood, B.C., this seventh  October, 1808.  JOHNB.SPENGE,  BajUe&wtitrtkaMaaimitmtm,  boxes of apples."  sale exceeds eighteen million packets.  Tamarack-Chesapeake  Coeur d!  NEY   UUHPER   ORE  Looks good to $tVti\ Geo. Hewston  Alenes mmng Engiiieer and   Expert   nineralogist  ; In a letter front Mr. Hewston under date Oct. 12th, 1907 this best known expert  a?���^^^ Alenes sa-7s; ���'* have seen some of the  GAJLENA ORE from the CARNEY and IT LOOKS VERY GOOD.   I have put in a  great deal of time tracing the dike which the CARNEY WORKS HAVE TAPPED  and may have a property to swing along the same dike in a short time-  For fall particulars call on or write  Our COFFEE BUSINESS  has grown to such a she that we  have ordered an up-to-date electric mil', and in the near future  will grind all our Coffees by  electricity.  FRUITS  Fancy Apples, $1.75 box  Fancy Pears, $2.00 "  Crab Apples, $1.50 "  Peaches,   - $1.50 "  Plums,  -  25c. basket  MORRIN,  THOMPSON  AND COMPANY


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