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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Oct 22, 1910

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 ttH^ii * "WWt�� w a��>w�� ���talcum* *m* JUm  1 !.ij��a  u'sy  *  '' �� - ffisH  1^1  '���'.if? *:���;  w?  /���.������,v/i  .*-' i  ProsrV  ',*r TOflp^ ,** 5- v njs > ^bMSj,  Mn Z..;'jri,CtJj i it   V*- ^l^-vrf Ji'i A��Hii  Legislative /j^  e^4  if^i^.28 1910  *  Eleventh Year  M0Em^t;ii, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22i  1910  <*��c(fi  IA,  ��� ��� ������ ��������� 1������ ������ ���    ��� ������������; ��� ��� ' *���^���������rr:���       **''     ���;     ~Tr*        �����        ���**i        y>      ^JT \fc f   - '    , <�����^ I       ^ *    i t s * *      �� ' (     , * .    * ������     > r ������ ���� */,   i j * 11  "    * 4* V ^ *** "'        ">   "C    \rfll�� 'V ^ e   ^ -' *   ' 1 "   li I*'' * .4^Sfe ^pm^. ���"fit , tgL9M *      / t  Pro^^^^felA:.Ke5^ote-of'Girj^tgt  (     British Columbia ionier! ^jto idrtNei^gaiADiretetS Policy���Credit Of CorpO^ development operations at Phoenix  British Columbia Copper  ? The net earnings of the.British  Columbia Copper company from its  September operations amounted to  $27,600., The . cost of production  of copper last month increased one-  half cent, or from 717 cents in August to 8.3 in September. During  the month two- furnaces were in  blast 16 days and three, furnaces, 14  v  V \ A,  '>   3  The Canadian Pacific ran a loaded  train of 19 cars through the bumper  blocks at the end of the ore bins,  occasioning damages which necessitated    an   interruption   of , normal  operations for more than two days.  !?r - i-       *-^ ,r ,.*.    -   *���- !   t *. - .'  <���   r-  ft      '^ . ^ -  f     Boundary Ore Tonnages  %       v*si ���< ���     ��,   'j   ,;- i-  f r<'-/'   ';   r*f    ���  ��  \  Following are the returns of the  output of the mines and smelters of  t)ie Boundary district for the week  ending Oct. 22 and for.yearto date:.  909,019  ^84^050  - 9,700  122,315  -9,339  10,643  120  iz  Granby'.-'s*. v:-.-. .. 13i485  Mother Lode...., 7,887  Rawhide :...-.. 3i000  Snowshoe . *...->.;:2,'39Q  (bro Denoro . . :'n- --  Jackpot.......%     791  ���Golden -Eagle^. .\? %l '   fr^ ^1  Sallv^   -S*.     ^      V   t    ?- S-^  27,713   1,345,548  -J  SMELTER 'TONNAGES  Granby ....... ^..J4,?55 ; ��� 834,028  WC^q^"r.;C|i1t2V3'i7;.    285,805  ! dr^e^gaiiDire&ts Policy���Credit of Corpora  atiori tp Be fi^toi^l^' Dev��16P"  ment���Dividendsl iWill Be Paid and!  New Propties Will Be Acquired  in* I  RUN   SMELTEf-t FUIiL BLAST  "Two  facts should be borne i  ..��,-.    , -    -i .   F.  mind in connection with the subject  of dividends:^ First, that the Granby  has1 more xthan $1/000^000 cash i|i  jts .treasury; rand .second, t that an  advance in the price of copper to 15  cents a pound means the ability to  pay more; than $500,000, a year in|  creased   dividends. , Even   at   our  late rate of production,;an advance  of a cent and a quarter in the pricf  meant additional dividends of $2 a  shkre;"V'-*-r ���"   ",";,;': \'v ��  Jay P. Graves,'vice-president and  general manager of the Granby  Miging; & Smelting company;, ma<��e  the foregoing.statement on return-  ing- to.;'Spokane from -New^ Yorki  where be attended the annual meet-  ing of the stockholders on  October  r >, ^rogr^sivdness'aTway^ijI^bedl;  and fwili continue tolbe rin^fa more  'marked degree than ^ever the keyr  note of the/policy J- of ithV -'Granb^  qpmj^nyAw;^e.^x|^t.to^<^tin)ie  Hedley Gold Mining: Shares  HedleyGold Milling;,Co,   shares;  par $10, sold at $15 on the   Boston  stock exchange* last Saturday.   The  transaction amounted to ten shares.  Tip Top Operating  The  Tip  Top  mine,   in Skylark  camp, is again being operated.. -'A  "force' oivfiye men are at development  work witfi George Hambly as foreman.       '-:  Appointed Registrar  A recent issue of the B.C. Gazette  contains the official notice of the  appointment of David Whiteside to  be 'registrar of joint stock companies, in the place of S. Y. ,Woot-  ton, resigned. < ���  ���^^*  Public Works Minister Here  Hon. Thomas Taylor, muvi-j-ter of  public works in the provincial house,  accompanied by Ernest Miller,  M. P. P. for Grand Forks, and J. R.  Jackson, M. P. P. for Greenwood,/  spent a few bours inf the city *as  guests at; thfe ^Brooklyn on Friday,  evening of last week^ They were  ��n iroute'from Greenwood to Grand  Forks. The public works minister  isionja tour of the-interior.  to develop more tonnage in our  mines, each year than we extract.  We^have produced;6,250,000 tons  to date and have about 6,500,000  tons in sight.    Should we, for any  reason, be unable to dof this in "our  i - v  mines at Phoenix, we shall accomplish our object by the. development  of other properties already owned  by the company, or by the acquisition of entirely new ones. In no  event will the Granby retrograde  into the position of a company whose  resources have a definite limit.  "I asked a couple of years ago to  be relieved, of the responsibilities attaching-to the management of the  company, owing to ill health which  absolutely compelled nrie1 to relinquish business cares. The directors  officially declined to accept my  resignation, at that time, but granted  me an indefinite leave of absence.  Mr. Hodges was appointed acting  manager and I gave the affairs of  the company no attention whatever.  V ViVVhennMr. Hodges was offered;  a better position in Peru and resign-  ed from the service of the  company  his subordinates  were promoted to  ���   ���; vK   '\:nj    /'*:< ���  <">   , . ,;  the maWagemerit of the   mines and  smelter! sepa^ateiy| and I presumed  that everything would run along the  same lines that-it-had   in   the   past,  which it, in fact, did.  4*Just  at this juncture^ however  . .j, �����>      -    . i i   i i ��� ii"    ���        -    ,  the directors employed Dr. Sussman  to make an examination - and report  ���     I    ,'       I kill')-     'I' ,>   ������ >  �� i '  on the company's,mines at Phoenix.  His report proved to Jbefa discouraging one, and somehow,.;'orn/other  reached the public before ;it did the  shareholders. The immediate result  was,a great depreciation in the market price of Granby shares. ,,Noth-  ing; could be done to combat; this  lack of confidence,, in, the.company  until our annual meeting, was held  in Ne,w York on Oct. 4. < .,   -.%     ,  ���'Attthat time, reports;were sub-  mitted from the various .officers of  the company, including myself, which  put a * totally different complexion  on -, affairs. It was.; shown ��� ftbat,  though the company^had produced  to date 6,250,000 tons of ore, it  ajqtuallyjha^ljn^^sight ^SpO.OQO to^S;  In addition. to this .it was proved  that the company had every year  developed a greater tonnage than it  had produced, including the year's  operations specially dealt with in  Dr. Sussman's report.  development operations at Phoenix  may be, we shall continue to add  new properties to the holdings of  the Granby company. Recently we  took over the Cliff and Consolidated  St. Elmo mines in the Rossland  camp, and we expect,shortly, to ac?  quire others which we have been investigating for some time. Our acquisition of a large ; interest in the  CrowsNest Coar company already  has justified itself, as that investment now returns us 10 per cent interest, at the same time that it  tremendously strengthens'our position as an industrial.concern.;- id  ������While/nothing, will be done im-  mediately   to, develop   .our  water  power at Kettle Falls, we , have the  *    .    .   ������'u.-.'i"*0.iJi:-^tI    '"li  ������  project under consideration and as  soon as the details" have been worked out -the'improvement of jthat  great asset of the company will be  begun"., " \\. j ^ ���' (,,,,?;  "Meanwhile, we have decided to  operate, our smelter at its fullest  capacity. Two more furnaces have  been blown in,' bringing  the. daily  maining furnaces should be in operation in about two weeks ; more,  that delay being rendered4 necessary  to assemble the necessary supply of  coke and secure adequate recruits  for the forces employed at mine ancf  ' , - l ���*  ��*The strong position of the com-  smelter.    When the whole  battery  pany in other respects also was  brought to the attention of the  shareholders in a forcible way. They  were  enabled  to, realize, not  only  is  in   action   we   will   be ' treating  4,800 tons of ore per day.  --Last year the Granby produced  22,750,111 pounds of refined copper  what it meant to have in sight more  at*ah average cost  of  10.34 cents,  *- " ������ t   *   *  ** V   ^^ 1 , I t  than   four   years'   supply   of   ore,  figured at the maximum capacity of  their smelting work, but the significance of owning  one  of  the most  efficient,  economical and   extensive  smelters on' this  continent, as well  as a considerable share in   the  big-,  gest producing coal mine in' British  Columbia ��� the   Crows   Nest   Pass  Coal company���and a power  proposition   at   Kettle  Falls  second   to  none in   the   west, besides   a great  deal of more or less developed min-  injg property, apart  altogether from  the unprospected areas of the  company's mines at Phoenix.  "This year we shall, both by  means of diamond drills and permanent workings, develop tonnage  in our Phoenix mine to the limit  that it can be done economically,  while charging such work, as we  have always done in the-past, to the  cost of mining the ore( actually produced. At present we are operating-  two diamond , drills, one capable of  attaining a depth of 1,000 feet and  the other 500.  ���k".No matter  how   successful the  which was sold at an average price  of 12.91 cents. On this, basis we  realized a profit for the year of  $564,947, or $3.80 a share on the  capital stock of the compay. The  tonnage of ore mined and smelted  was a little in  excess   of  1,000,000  tons.  "With pur smelter running at its  full capacity we shall be treating  500,000 tons more of ore each year,  and will be producing somewhere  between 25,000,000 and 30,000,000  pounds of copper^ The increased  production and consequently reduced  cost will enable us to increase our  net earnings available^ for; the; payment of dividends  very, -materially.  -'The shareholders of the company, having insisted that; despite  my poor health, I should continue  in the management, I demanded the  privilege of nominating to directorships such men as I know to be in  sympathy with my views and as firm  believers as myself in the future of  the company. This privilege was  accorded me, withthe consequence  (continued on.last page)  o  o  Q  ,i,|  .v5:*iJ  t*  T^mi^mmi^mMimmMmgm^miWsm^S^lMMMX, ��, ,1  Notice v.    /.*   <        ^, City Parliament  Noticed herebyogivan tjjattl wallji/ ^ . - ��� .       -^-v   .1..  apply for a transffr^f ^e^offib *^ r^1" meeting-of the city  License i��iiame*H"Summ���rs-&' council took place  last- Wednesday  Schuiiii for ffa&t Dominion , Hotel,  P^iS^jj^ to- AntODio -T��j*oo at the  next sitting of the licence,vcommis-  r + \. .  ~<j  ��� ���'  -. ro *:  % * /1  f , - ^  *���   ������'*, *<V v '        '   ���* i  Lr **<  J AMES- SUMMERS. .   I  ���-.-.*.. %..      NOTICE, *;vV\  |r(l        r**(4 ,        **     "v        *���**'* ������.'*_        ���i.tk*1*'!*-* * * J    f     * *   i  -       f    V  J- (���  /..fill  I 1 -�� -7   <  Liquor Act,.ijaj*; S-/-'#��''  J# is ^tyij^jnrtlfai on tb��  first day of pecember-nex^ application will be made2to i^e superintendent of -provincial -pal'ice^fdr renewal  of the hotel license to isellj liquor by  r,f,tajr, in   th��fl hotel ikflO&nZ/.&s^tfa,  ti^Sfp^ &9tpU; stoa^ atCfiiirJ^  Junction,* B.C.v.,;;.-. , /,  Dated - this.' 8th - day . of October.  '1910. "-^'��������>������*������-���''   ^s   �� '  '"  -*���   ���. t > ';>>;.:-Joseph-J.' "Bastett.- '*  i'l   '  " ^  *���'  ���S*" ���*  '. V', '''* -*���'  ���Ai <   ii    -i  ^���*"��'.'      ' -"  -i    ,,i,,i'..l>��>'  / .* \'__       *. '���  /�� ft'  ^   .  , ��� '.l  t. --* f  ^.   "      *f **���  /J*  ���/   *   K���i*  .  : V  �����f/*<  ?'' V Ja \.       �� '  v. j�� / i -  1< <  1"- .~r  evening, Major. Matheson and Al-  Jtoaj*]^^ Almstrom, .Cosgrove,-Mc  ^^^-    " " "v" TKenzie,   Rogers   and   Ross   being  ��� * *���  present.  *   ^ fi   _   :t^r.,,/'..    ^"'?>i  %' The, Board /of .Works- yaf^'fc-  structed to have Aetna avenue re-  paired, also tne bridge leading from  JPhoeriix street.,   The city clerk was  instructed j to writer ;th"e waterworks,  company concerning -the. bad state,  of repair of hydrants.'    He was1 also  authorized to   have- the(roof-of .the'  city, hall repaired.  '/jfe'vLemieux;1 chief street opmmis--  sibnVrV'wil] be allowed' 'fulf pay for  August!    He was absent  for a few  i'days/.-^' -    v  -/{The   "following    accounts     were  .^ateft!:' '    ��� /,'J''i   '  *  ."; Elebtric Light C^.':  -   L^ Y. Birnief. .:.. .r. .  ^"'Ni'M. Dewar'.. j I;..-..  Phoenix Pioneer'...'.  -3" Dr. Dickson::'.*."/'.."..;:.  Johnson &iAntiersori .'.  1    H;' H artley. . :''.'���.���:.....  Hunter-Kendrick Co...  ' P. H. Cosgrove....:..  C. F. Edwards' .... )'..  V Morrih-Thbmpsbh' Co..  "' McElroy Bros :'..'..". V:  v Telephone Co. :,'.'.'.':..  ��� Nelson Daily "News..:.  , T. R. Morrison. ..:-.... ' 10.00  *v". Vancouver, Rubber Co..  291100  HvK*    I  &���������������  In the County Court of y Yale,  ���'" Holdeh at Granil'Forks, in  J'\    -\i  Probate in the Matter of John  {' J*i?TJVf<*!'��-  \  t   ���  ft  5*    -  V    -  Notice   is  hereby given   that, by  Order made herein  on the 4th day  of August)41910, it was ordered by  His Hon. Judge Brown  that- A. C*  Sutton,   Official   Administrator,   be  . administrator of all and singular the  es$at���t pf. John  F.^ Thomas, late.of  Phoenix'., B.C., deceased, intestate.  ,   .        Everjr person indebted  to'  said de-  ^ease^l's je'st^tej is required to \ make  ��� ^ PPyW^Q*;. forthwith   to   the   under-  -"-'- ,   A signed, and every person having.in  ,   \ /ipos^'ssjpo.effeqts belonging: to. de-'  ^%:^!frij:^����?M f9rthwith to,de-  ' ��� 1,^.\aver<same over, to undersigned.  '.-'���:��:��"^��*Every'/creditor  or  other   person  ^.^having^any claim upon or interest in  ;' the distribution of the estate of the  '���'  deceased is required before .the 8th  .day of November, 1910, to send by  registered   mail, addressed to the  undersigned, his, name and full particulars of his claim or interest and  a statement of his^accouht, verified  by  statutory declaration,   and  the  nature of the security (if any) held  by Him./  ��� After the said 8th day of Novem-  ber, "1910, "the administrator will  proceed with the deitributibn of the  estate having- regard to those claims  only of which he shall then have  had notice.  Dated at Grand Forks, B.C., the  1st October, 1910.  A. C. SUTTON,  Official Administrator,  Grand Forks, B.C.  .$108,70  .      9^25  -,:'-.'15.25 ���'  :  ,;ip.oo  ;.^Sp30 *  :. Vi'2f6o -  .^���;17-:50^f  ���     9.Q0t;:  . "'' i$3?:  . ; 13.66-  19^80  74.05  15:55  33:75  : ,;j .,  Change of Business  ** The' undersigned 'wishes ,to an-  nounce to the people of Phoenix that  he has taken oyer the business forr  nieriy conducted by L. Y. Birnie  and is prepared to attend to ail  kinds of plumbing and tinning in  Mr. Birnie's old' stand. Any work  in these lines is solicited and will  receive prompt attention.   Phone 39.  J. H. Matthews.  7 i    ��  ;^  First-Class Fir and Tam  arac Wood, $5.00 per cord  Pine Wood,  $4.50 per cord.  Pine Wood,  double cut,  per  cord, $6.00.  WOOD BELBVERSD  ON   SHORT  B32  Conservative Association  A general meeting of the Conservative association of Phoenix, will  be held in the Scandinavian hall on  Monday evening ,next at 8 o'clock  for the purpose of electing delegates  to the Conservative Convention at  Nelson, B.C., on, Nov. 18th, and for  the transaction of general business.  A full attendance is requested.  A. S. Hood, President.  W. X. McDonald, Secretary.  Love's Iron, Quinine and Wine;  its a genuine bracing tonic���-just the  thing for this tirne of year. Price  75 cents. ,        :'��� '���'  Advertising is something like fish  ing; a person always  imagines he  would   have   caught  more   on  the  other side of the stream.  omiisob �� Maersoi  A. S. HOOD  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.      General Agents,  Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  It is the easiest thing in the world to buy poor clothes.    Thev  -prevail,to a much greater extent than that of the well-tailored,  *      L   '" '   -! *  ., ' * -   *  "~   ,' '  indiVidual and distinctive'kind.    The poor  kind is the easier  ���>'���' ' '  to   make   and   the  profits  thereon  are   larger.     But when  it  comes to satisfaction, that is, wearing  quality, perfect work-  t manship;ahd.fauk it is ONLY THE  GOOD  Clk&TH^iS   MAKE   A   RETURN   ON   YOUR   IN-  VESTMENT, and these are features we can.conscientiously  claim for the clothes we sell. .  You\can't'get-anythirig*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  .... jj,', '",-rt',i'/', "''' ' -'     '   *      ' ' '   i' >  i<'>: for -that .sum of money, and the^ patterns are   as  diversified  as  ^ ***.' I.- *-."���'-.��� ���*. *     ' , ��� ' * i  /    the higher-priced, lines.,        " . :;  \   _  We have in stock a full line of Men's Furnishings, Coat Sweaters, Gloves and Mitts, Shirts,  /   *sw\WL\wmMmmmsm\wmLVBm\^L*^  \ ��� - i *  Ties, Collars and Underwear in all lines.  ')���������"���        K. , -  > L' '.  J. Carson & Co.  LOWER TOWN   r   -   -   -    PHOENIX, B.C.  House-Cleaning Time  is here ag"ain.   , We have a very large  I  stock  of RUGS AND LINOLEUMS  which we offer you at a big* reduction.  Call and look at our supply before  buying elsewhere.  All kinds of FURNITURE on hand  at right prices. We also carry the  famous Ostermoor Mattress which stands  the test.  Cii    F��    EdWI&rCiS^    Undertaker  Furniture  S BUTTER  We are now stocking the Celebrated "Empress"  Brand of Creamery Butter from Eastern  Canada. This Butter is pronounced to be the  finest on the market.  Ph������n��  8 lbs. fop $U0; 141k Box $4.50  Choice Ontario Fresh Eggs, $9.50 g^t��  'HeLaren.-s Ontario Cheese, 20c. per lb.  Oo Lfd�� PhoenixfB.C.  *  m  /  ��BBB��EKiSKWS?5S^^ ���������V j  -' ('���'  I  It  Why Suffer fpom Piles?  Zam-Buk  Gives  Certain Ease.  Friction on veins (the hemorrhoid  veins) that are swollen, inflamed and  gorged with blood, is what causes  the terrible pain and stinging and  smarting of piles. Zam-Buk applied  at night will be found to give ease  before morning. Thousands of persons have proved this. Why not  be guided by the experience of  others? Mr. Thomas Pearson, of  Prince Albert, Sask., writes: "I  must thank you for the benefit I  have received from the use of Zam-  Buk. Last summer 1 suffered  greatly from piles. I started to use  Zam-Buk and found it give me relief, so I continued it and after using  three or four boxes I am pleased to  say it has effected a complete cure."  Mr. G. A. Dufresne, 183-185 St.  Joseph Street, St. Roch, Quebec,  P.Q., writes: "I can highly recommend Zam-Buk to everyone who  suffers from piles."  Magistrate . Sanford of Weston,  King's Co., N.S., says: "I suffered  long from itching piles, but Zam-  Buk has now cured me."  Mr. William Kenty, of Upper  Nine Mile River, Hants Co., N.S.,  says: I suffered terribly from piles,  the pain at times being almost unbearable. I tried various ointments,  but everything I tried failed to do  me the slightest good. I was tired  of trying various remedies, when I  heard of Zam-Buk, and thought as  a last resource I would give this  balm a trial. I procured a supply  and commenced with the treatment.  After a very short time Zam-Buk  effected what, several other ointments and medicines had failed to  do���a complete cure."  Zam-Buk is also a sure cure for  skin injuries and diseases, eczema,  ulcers, varicose veins, Outs, burns,  bruises, chaps, cold sores, etc. 50c.  box all druggists and stores, or  post free from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, for price. Refuse harmful imitations.  King Edward Lodge No-36  A. F. and A. M.  Regular communication at 8 p.m.  Second Thursday of each month.  Emergent meetings as called; Masonic Hall, McHale Block.  W. S5 Cook, R. S. Fraser,  W.M.  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  and K  Boundary Mining Journal.  ISSUED   WEEKLY  Subscription, 2.00 per year  2.50 to United States  t  T. Alfred Love, Publisher.  Saturday, October 22, 1910  T  C\ (~\  p\  Snowshoe Locate  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. 158  Meets in Union Hall, Friday Evenings. Visiting brothers are always  welcome.  J. Thornton, W.P.  Orrin D. Bush, W. Secy.  K. of P. Lodge, No. 28  Phoenix, B. O.  Meets Tuesday Evening at 7.30.  Sojourning brothers cordially welcomed.  Gordon Thompson, k. ofR.s.  J. W. Hannam, C.C.  The statement- of Jay P. Graves,  vice-president and general manager  of the Granby company, concerning  the present and future plans of the  big Phoenix producer, which appears  on the first page of this issue, will  be read with enthusiasm by residents  of Phoenix and the entire Boundary  district. His words are not only  optimistic for the company and reassuring for shareholders but carry  with them an assurance of an expansion in operations which will create  greater activity in mining throughout the district. Mr. Graves connection with the Granby and other  corporations leaves no room for  doubt but that he will carry out  his progressive policy with eminent  success.  A Marconi message has been sent  from Glace Bay, Newfoundland, to  Buenos Ayres, a distance of 5,000  miles. This is said to be the longest distance that a wireless message  has ever been sent. The latest application of wireless telegraphy has  been made by the British Admiralty,  which is in possession of jjan appliance whereby communication can be  maintained with a submarine \vhen:  under water. With men in a ship  beneath the sea talking with men  on shore and with torpedoes being  directed by wireless upon their  course we have reached an era in  which Jules Verne's stories begin to  seem commonplace.  -:"��� ;JP #'lfe/A;^g'Ie;.'-:;; i./f/'i  ..-;-. '��� IJniderwear is    ^'T^  ,;.��� Uiisr^rinkarile;   y:y'  '������-. Exceptional  Value because    i  it does wear    ^  am a z i ngly. <v  Real   comfort, y  because   so T  knit   that   the  shape   stays  in   it.    These  reasons should make yo.uf  fequest  the   brand   and  look   for   .the   trademark.  Have you tried Penman's  No. 95 ?   For the children  as   well   as  grown   tips.   t.  ��*l&  Tr&cte; J^iark  Underwear & Hosiery  Everything points to a particularly promising winter for businessmen of Phoenix. The Granby company will operate at full blast, operations at the Rawhide are being  steadily increased, the forces at the  Jack Pot and Number Seven mines  are being- augmented and indicate a  monthly payroll of upwards of  $100,000, which will be disbursed  by checks at Phoenix bank. There  is every reason to expect a record  business season.  It is growing times with the British Columbia government ; although  expenditures grow in volume, the  receipts produce a surplus of millions through careful financing. For  the year ending March 31 last the  surplus amounted to $2,700,00. The  province is in a position to pay off  the whole of the public debt, if it  were policy to do so.  FADS AND FANCIES  OF FASHION <��*-f^  We have purchased for Fall Trade a large selection  of the latest creations in the Jewelry line. These  will shortly begin to arrive.  SILVERWARE    ']  We have purchased a LARGE ASSORTMENT OF  NEW AND UP-TO-DATE SILVERWARE, which  will arrive the coming week.     Keep your eye on our  Show Windows.  HAND  BAGS  The newest styles and shapes. Large selection to  pick from. Monograms or single letters made to  order for same on short notice.  Eb   Ah    BLACK? THE JEWELER  Office and School Supplies  Everything* in (Office and School Supplies will  be found at AlmstronVs Stationery Store with  a good selection to choose from���text books,  blank books, pens, pencils, ink, erasers, scrib-  biers, writing* pads, envelopes, papeteries, files  typewriter requisites, etc.  Latest Newspapers, Magazies, Fashion Plates  and  Novels  Al.  Almstrom  Select -Confectionery        Fancy Goods        Musical Instruments  Begin to advertise right now.  The problem of getting quick and  satisfactory results has been solved,  and business conditions throughout  the country are in splendid condition.     Begin now.  ere s  GOOD CREAM OR MILK, such as the PHOENIX DAIRY  BRAND, is the basis of a tempting meal; It makes everything  taste better. Try it���and you'll always buy it. All milk is  aereated before being sold.  Phone E 32 W. A. BVIeKAY & SONS  DELIVERED   TO   ALL   P4.RTS   OF   THE   CITY  *wiwmtiwmmimi)Mg9 Local and General  ; ; i,'  > i, i <  /  '    *  ���r ^  ���7  I' ''  w  It ���  _ns-j  It    '  i$v-:  Constable  Bray   was  in   Nelson  this week.  f t  A. S. Hood was in  Grand Forks  *i'  on Monday. ��  Mrs. John* Piercje   visited friends  in Grand Forks.     /    ���-  Rev.   S.   Lundie   was   in  .Grand  Foirks yesterday.  Road Inspector Spraggett was in  t       * **  the, city yesterday.  "Sydney Johnson was in town from  Greenwood Tuesday.  , Furnished house to rent; apply to  J. Mcintosh, upper town. \  Dry wood in car lots for sale;  apply to J. Trombley, Phoenix.  Geo. A. Qhren of Rossland was  a visitor in- Phoenix on Thursday.,  J E., W. Bishop has sold his Green-:  \ wood business to ' Robert  Halcrow.l  Constables Bunbury and Woods  of 'Greenwood were in Phoenix  Thursday.  n Girl .wants, position attending  children or washing dishes.' - Apply  M.' Vezzetti.  Born���At Boundary Falls, on  Qct. 11, to Mr. and Mrs. E.' Q.  Lewis, a son. ' , *  f H. . G. Wright of "Nelson , spent  Sunday in the city with' his- father'  aItAV; Wright.  ?~.Harry Plaisance was in town from  Greenwood this week renewing old  acquaintances.  For sale, best  wood  business in  Thirty Italian navvies were deported from Midway on Monday,  not having the proper credentials.  Greenwood curling club has reorganized for the coming season. The  building of a new rink is being discussed.  For sale, house and lot, on New  York townsite; well adapted for  chicken, ranch or cattle; clear title;  apply to T. H. Richards.   .  J. L. White, druggist of Greenwood, is taking over the business of  the Thomas Drug Co. of that city  and formerly of Phoenix.   .  James Church is said to be  headings for   Phoenix    in   his   dirigible  " Redwing."    He   was  just  heard  'from by wireless at Nelson.  ���  We always  have  room  for more  subscribers and, welcome every -new  /reader as another valued member of  ^bur-ever increasing clientele.      ���  ��� '���  For rent, nice suite of rooms for  .housekeeping, at ;-t,he, Biner block,1  centre   upper   town;   best   location;  ** r ��.  good water.. Inquire pn ,preniises.  ' Everything points' to the annual  dance of Snowshoe Lodge, I.O.-  O.F., on Thanksgiving evening  eclipsing   the   successes'  of; .former  �� 1 1      *  years.      ' " '  .   For sale���Furniture of all kinds ;  bedroom   suites,    carpets,    heaters,  linoleum, etc.     Nine-roomed   house,  to rent; enquire   Mrs.. George McDonald.  Thos. Oxiey returned to town  Thursday after spending the summer  55.  ���*\  !  We offer the greatest aggregation of up-to-  date designs and color effects ever shown in  town���--"something different" that cannot fail  to interest the well-dressed man. You will  need,, one of them to go with your new suit.  Prices range from $1.50 to $2.25  New Stet;  Our fall shipment of Hats has arrived. They are  up to the minute in both style and quality. They  range in prices from  $4.50 to'$7.  town; small capital, required.     En-  in the Shuswap district with   Ralph  quire P.O.'Box 211.\  Mr. and Mrs. D. <~ Stafford and  family visited 'C friends in Grand  Forks, on Thursday.  '' Five-roomed house for sale, good  well water; Golden Eagle addition;  apply to R. Wilkinson.  {The annual convention of the B.  CI; Conservative association will be  held in Nelson on Nov. 18.  V Greenwood hockey club will be  minus Charlie Russell on its line-up."'  Charlie has gone to Merritt.  - Good headway is being made in  the remodelling of the Birnie residence for the Methodist church. ,���  Martin Burrell of Grand Forks  will be a judge at the Canadian National Apple Show in Vancouver.  Just received a large shipment of  Parisian Sage, the popular hair  tonic; 50c. per bottle at Love's.  Rev. ;S. Lundie of Phoenix and  Rev. Mr. Petrie of Greenwood spent  a few days shooting at Fish lake.  Gilbert.     He reports that district a  sportsman's paradise.  Stop   that   cough !    Don't   let  it  get   the   start   of you,  but  stop   it  right away  before  it  gets  serious.  Our cough remedy will do the work,,  price 50c.     Love's Drug Store.  The Robert Meikle Concert company had not a very large audience  Thursday evening-through lack of  advertising, but gave an artistic  program which was well received by  those present.  E. E. Campbell, assistant engineer  at Granby mine, arrived in the city  yesterday with his bride after a ten-  days' visit at coast cities. They  have taken up residence on Granby  street.  Mr. and "Mrs. L. Y. Birnie and  daughter Dorothy left Tuesday for  Medicine Hat, Alberta, where Mr.  Birnie has acquired a large hardware business. They are followed  by the gbodwishes of a host of  friends in Phoenix.  Look over this list ;  you will require some of them  DURING THE COLD WEATHER  UNDERWEAR of all kinds ^  SWEATERS, plain and fancy"1  j "Silkana Wool lined^Gl^Ve^and_Gaiintlets  Felt Slippers       Fancy wool Vests~\j_  Light and Heavy Sox  Silk swool Mufflers  Remember we  are Sole Agents for SLATER  SHOES and  FIT-REFORM CLOTHING.  The Hunter-  V  HEI^Y DM  If you require any Heavy Teaming or Hauling done,  let us do it for you. That is our business, and we  have the equipment to execute all orders satisfactory.  POOL TABLES AND  BOWLING ALLEYS  Complete line of PIPES, TOBACCOS; CIGARS .  AND CIGARETTES . / ... Always in Stock  Finest Secection of CONFECTIONERY, Try the  FAMOUS - KOHINOOR - CHOCOLATES'  Connection.  New First-Class Barber Shop *",  COSGKOVE & McASTOCKER, Proprietors  We also have a supply of first-class Cordwood, short  or long, and can deliver.it on short notice. 'Phone  your order to  cElroy Br  9  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.      ���. ���   \-  Gents9 J^mishmgs  ' Upper Town  .iitiiij>iii��ii..wjiMwanmiiMmwmi>nwmiiiiMl.tfa."-  <~K-vi��j-  TT  TTT-V < i"*' "'^T^tliSir  ?"*Ti**"*S'5 -'!)'JBMWilff'y^'^  S5^5^^*W^^^  .; r'Vv-, *', ,(>;  Vrr- ���* i iVi if Ur���fc-.frinrhni  !  a��  *b��  PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT,  1903=4  ���     AND AMENDING  ACTS ,  TAKE NOTICE that I have received objections in writing to the retention of the  /bllowing- names on the Register of Voters for the Grand Forks Electoral District on  the grounds slated below.  THE FOLLOWING PERSONS ARE REPORTED ABSENT FROM THE  DISTRICT  NAME PLACE  Agnevv, Edward M Snowshoe Mine, Phoenix  Agnoluzzi, Eugenio Wellington St., Grand Forks  Ahlborn, John Chas. Vivian..  ��� Carter's Addition,  Grand Forks  Allen, Edward J ,' ... Granby Hotel, First St., Phoenix  Anderson, Erie Third St., Grand Forks  Anderson, John Alexander B. C. Mine Boarding* House, Eholt  25    Angove, John Alexander Hotel, Phoenix  28    Ashby, Charles Henry ���������...  Snowshoe' Mine,  near Phoenix  30 Austiia, Percival Burton Cascade  31 Auvache, Frederick William....  ,....-.- Winnipeg Ave^ Grand Forks   Idaho Property, Phoenix   ...Dean's hotel, First St., Phoenix   First Street,  Grand Forks  No.  3  9  16  17  33    Baglow, Alfred ���.'.   36    Baird, Thomas Henry....  47    Barlow, Richard   ���54 Bates, Frederick .............  56 Bean, Thomas Andrew ....  71 Belton, George Russell   87 Bird, William   93    Black, J..   ......Granby Hotel, Grand Forks   .-. Wade, Fife  ......Victoria Ave., Grand Forks    Near Newby Ranch   ..........Gospel Hill, Phoenix  94    Blakeway, Albert, E. Grand Forks Hotel  97    Blondon, Simon  : Dean's Hotel, First St., Phoenix  106 Boreall, George   Snowshoe Mine, near Phoenix  107 Borrow, Alfred E. D..... .. ..West's Boarding House, Grand Forks  109    Bostock, Charles Granby Hotel, Phoenix  i2i    Breesaferre, Alfonso Granby Hotel, Phoenix  134    Brouillette, George Wm ...Near old Power House, Grand Forks  136    Brown, Robert*......... Granby Hotel, First St., Phoenix  143    Brown, George ..."...-.....v..Mr, Moore's House,-neaf Stemwinder Mine, Phoenix  149    Buchan, Alex. Ritchie   ..;..... . Bridge St., Grand Forks  Budimir, Mike .' ;......]......Granby Hotel,[Phoenix  Bunting*, Charles....West's Boarding House, near Smelter, north of Grand Forks  Burdon, Frederick William ..: Granby Hotel, Phoenix  Burns, William Granby Hotel, Phoenix  163    Calder, Hector John Brooklyn Hotel, Phoenix  174    Campbell, Roderick .....Brooklyn Hotel, Phoenix  186    Cannon, Hugh Benjamin .First St., Grand Forks  T91    Carmichael, William R Victoria Hotel, Phoenix  i"99    Carson, James  Balmoral Hotel, Phoenix  206    Case, Frederick  Grand Forks  209  . Chambers, Artiunr .' West's Boarding House, Grand Forks  215 , 'Chisholm, John~AT.~> Granby Hotel,  First St., Phoenix  217 Chisholm, Dan William Granby Hotel,  Phoenix  218 Ohxistensen, William Province Hotel, Grand Forks  220    Olark/Abner D ...Snowshoe Boarding House, Phoenix  222 Clark, Charles Arnold ....Near Smelter, Grand Forks  223 Clarke, Frank L Dean's Hotel, Phoenix  236 Clyde, Wilfred Thompson I-Loffman House, Grand Forks  241 Collins, Tuck E .- \ Knob Hill Ave., Phoenix  244 Connelly, Fred. P Gold Drop Mine, Phoenix  249 Cook, Carlton   Henry   , Phoenix I  255 Coote, Frank ���... B. C. Mine, Eholt'  259 Coryell, Frank Coryell Ranch, Grand Forks  262 Cosgrove, John Phillip........ Bridge St., Grand Forks  265 Cote, Omer , Granby Hotel, Phoenix  26S 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, Granby Place, Phoenix  Crossley, David Granby Hotel, Phoenix  288 Crump, Thomas Huntley Grand Forks  289 Cummings, James Granby Hotel, Phoenix  271  274  275  281  283  284  297  3��4  3��5  316  335  33-5  35��  35'  368  3/9  3S5  396  398  407  409  415  t-��       ������   w;ii;nm  Deans  Hotel, Phoenix  Dareie, William  ,,.,.-,.  rV   ���       wu-orv,  Granbv Hotel, Phoenix  Davies, William  -     .        '   ,.  ���A.    ���    .   FT as  Granby Hotel, Phoenix  'W-St'e-   Ben '.V.'.'.'.lVrooklvn Ave, Tuffs Tenement' House, Phoenix  )..L      ,',        Cascade Sawmill  Dion, Jtetie  ., ,. ^        , K    ,  rv rt,,,!.,. IToni-v  Cosmos Hotel, Grand Forks  RIX|?n,Tl fnv^    Alexandria St., Grand Forks  Dugind, ^o;ge:.V::V::.V:.V:.V.V.V.V:.V.'....Bellevuo Hotel, Knob Hill Ave, Phoenix  t,..      ,   TT   ......  Granby Hotel, Phoenix  li,llarcl, liativ  ...     .���    ���   / .   ���        .   ,.    ,  1- ��� A\-:ii:   Pacific* Hotel, Grand   Forks  Encson, Wuliain  ..     . T       '    .,        . .,    .  r^ t-j-  1. .1  \\ mnipog Hotel, Grand Forks  Evans, Richard  r  c  t-  ���     wrn*.,.,, c(.ini���r  Winnipeg Ave., Grand Forks  Fair, vv'ilham otanle\  ,-���     .    .    .   ���   i-,,  *       '       r, ,       . 1 r*  King s hotel, Phoenix  Fan-en, Edward C   *�� '.Cascade  Field,   Ihomas Windsor Hotel, Grand Forks  rincham, Frank        r,     , .     .  . .. .        ���        , .,    ,  c-*! ���   ,   \\r   r   *;  Ruckle Addition, Grand Forks  Fitzmaunee, VV. L*. o  >  Nd.  416  4*9  421  426  430  434  437  441  445  458  474  462  '475  476  478  479  483*  486  4S7  49-  492  493  503  504  5'4  515  5'9  521  526  527.  529  53*2'  533  535  552  554  556.  580  582  593  600  602  603  604  605  641  648  654  660  665  684  689  691  692  695  696  697  7i 1  7'4  723  /2d  735  739  755  756  759  764  765  769  77S  792  793  795  797  799  SoS  S13  S16  SiS  82 r  S21  S44  848  862  S70  S72  S73 ���  875  883  892  S03  S95  900  910  918  919  924  926  927  937  940  955  963  976  977  979  9^3  984  NAME  Fitzpatrick, Louis '.  Flarinagan, Edward.._.....  Fletcher, ArnoIcT   Farsaith, Thomas H   Frache, Richard.   Fraser, William   Fraser, James      Fraser, William George.  Futcher, Arthur Chas   .PLACE   Clarendon Restaurant, Grand Forks  .Phoenix, Lot 9, Block 10, Brooklyn Aye.  -.-..������-....I.....Ruckle Addition, Grand Forks   : "..."..\.7.:7.~.....-...: Fife  Frache's greenhouses, near Grand Forks    Bridge St., Grand Forks   Dean's Hotel, Phoenix   Granby Co.'s Mines, near Phoenix   Bridge St., Grand Forks  Gaw, George R Second St., Grand Forks  Goddurd, Henry Archer Grand Forks  Gibbons, James Granby Hotel, Phoenix  Gooding, Wyatt Kaylor E. T. Bank, Grand Forks  Goodwin, William Joseph Phoenix hotel, Phoenix  Gough, Arthur Carson (Covert Ranch)  Gould, John ''. , Fisherman Station, C. P. R.  Graham, Isaac .Cascade  Graham, Edward Henry .'..Ruckle Addition, Grand Forks  Graham. James Edward Victoria Hotel, Grand Forks  Grant, Duncan D... Knob Hill Avenue, Phoenix  Green; Frank , Rawhide Mine, Phoeniz  ���Greenwood, Fred .' Grand Forks  Guerin, William John Winnipeg hotel,  Grand Forks  Guichon, David Joseph Rverside Ave., south of Power house, Grand Forks  Halcrow,'Alex. Gordon...  Hall, Cecil, V. E   Hall, Stephen Thorn   'Hall, Robert   Halliday, Mat hew....   Hanley George   Hanna, John Alexander .'.  Hannay, William Henry ..  Hanson, Nei 1 ...'.'..,.:   Hanson, Harry ;   Haidie, Alexander ,   Hartle, Chas, ..."   Hartley, Joseph :A   Hartling, Robert Clinton.  Hicks, Francis James   Higgins, Frederick   Holmberg, Emil/Laurentius ���  Hooper, George'.   Horrell, Robert ; Phoenix  Hosking, Thomas B   Hosking, Jacbb-H   Houlson, William; John   Hughes, Newton;    West's" Boarding house, Grand Forks   Winnipeg Ave, Grand Forks   Ruckle Addition,  Grand Forks   First St., near City Hall, Grand Forks   Dominion Ave., Phoenix   Stendall's Boarding house, Grand Forks   Granby hotel, Phoenix   .........Fife   Pacific hotel, Grand Forks   West's Boarding house, Grand Forks   Winnipeg hotel, Grand Forks  .'. '. Granby hotel, Grand Forks   Dominion Ave., Phoenix   Crawford's Boarding House, Grand Forks   North Addition, Grand Forks    ...First St., Grand Forks  .; Pacific hotel, Grand Forks    Snowshoe Mine, Phoenix  Knob Hill Ave., between First and Church Sts.   ........Granby hotel, Phoenix  , Granby hotel, Phoenix   Dean's hotel, .First St., Phoenix  .....: Church St., Grand Forks  Jackson, George'Alexander..  ..Paulson  James, John Hay .' '. Bridge Street, Grand Forks  Johnson, William,  Stem winder 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  Keefe, Andrew .........  Keefe, John '.-..'....  Kennedy, John Freder  Kennedy, Henry   Keown, Robert ...J;....  Knowec, Dy o n z.........  Knowles, John L.'......  Kranatz, George..-';'.;...  ,B  ick  Graham's Boarding house, Grand Forks  rown Building, Knob Hill Ave., Phoenix   Cabin nearC.P.R. Depot, Phoenix   Grand Forks   Snowshoe Mine, Phoenix   .....Ruckle Addition, Grand.Forks  ....West's Boarding house, Grand Forks  ..' .Granby hotel,  Phoenix   Wellington St., Grand Forks  Lane, John ...1... ....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, Luigi  .../....,..':. ..Fife  Lyttle, Samuel...  ..........Wiseman's, North Fork, Grand Forks  Mills,  Thomas......:................;:......... ; ..........Grand Forks  Marchanton, Alfred, E. .........,.���,, Riverside Ave., Grand Forks  Marks, William Alex. Phoenix, New York Townsite  Martin, Alexander i, ......Marsh Block, Phoenix  Martin, Daniel ...Granby hotel,   Phoenix  Martin, Alex. D. ...Granby hotel,   Phoenix  Mathieson, Alex..... Snowshoe Mine, Phoenix  Mav, W. H. M......�� Grand Forks  Med calf, Richard Granby hotel, Phoenix  Mellor, Joseph Edward Oro Denoro house, Eholt  Michelson, Michael ...v..... Riverside Ave., Grand Forks  Miller, Matthew %..'.. Grand Forks  Moore, John West's  Boarding house, Grand Forks  Morgan, Edward Snowshoe  Mine, Phoenix  Morrison,  Malcolm Fife  Mullen, Patrick " Butte hotel, Phoenix  Mullin, Calvin Herbert  Stemwinder hotel, Phoenix  Munro, Duncan David Fisher Block, Grand Forks  Munro, Henry Alexander Ironsides Ave., Phoenix  Murray, William Snowshoe Boarding house, Phoenix  McBealh, Wm. Maxwell    Balmoral hotel, Phoenix  McBeth, Neil Granby hotel, Phoenix  McBride, John Winnipeg hotel, Grand Forks  McCallum, James  Balmoral hotel, Phoenix  McCharles, Andrew J Winnipeg hotel, Grand Forks  McCullock, Andrew Snowshoe Mine, Phoenix  McDonald, Angus John Currah's  Boarding house, Grand Forks  McDonald, John Charles First St.,  Grand Forks  McDonald, Alfred Bellevue hotel, Phoenix  McDonald, John J Dean's hotel, Phoenix  McDonald, Duncan A Granby hotel, Phoenix  McDonald, John Alexander  Winnipeg hotel, Grand Forks  McDonald, llarve}' William ..Winnipeg hotel,  Grand Forks  McDonough, Joe West's Boarding house,  Grand Forks  McEUigol', A. P North Fork, Grand Forks  McInues, John Granby hotel, Phoenix  Melnnes, Daniel  Idaho Claim, Phoenix  Mel lines, John II Granby hotel, Phoenix  Mclnnis, Donnie A  Snowshoe Mine, near Phoenix  Mclnnis, Jesse H Province hotel, Grand Forks-  ^'jMCBBRflffSK^n WftftF JBWffiPBHByHBBfRra  8^uw��aauBM��,M������^^  WiW?3  ���T^l.irl.��>l"l��l^i'*^IJJ'atf,'B'Kro'g  ��� ������"."i.~^..S*'fi1M7K7S��"^rf*1JS>*��f|Jr-  �� �����"*�������� Tjii^i-^^i.,rr��i-".it���**<������ j"*i.r�� <0$i  '"$5?-  m  m--  , ��� Jjr4J.  :#���  Mk  m:  m  m  m  �����-  ���������%}-  1002  ioo3  ioio  1025  1026  1032  1033  1036,  1042  1046  1054  1083  108S '  1091 "  1100  1101-  1102  1103  1116  1117  1118  1126  1176  1184-  1187  -1188  -1189  .1212  1  1224  1229  I232'  1234  ,;,235*  1138  1243  1246  1248  1258  1273  1279  1291  1292  1302  1303  1304  1309  13*9  1320  1321  1324  1329  1337  1343  1344  1345  *347  1350  1366  1376  1401  1406  1430  1434  '439  r45��  M52  H55  1472  1476  i486  1487  1489  1495  1496  1506  *5��9  ��M��'  1542  1558  i564  1590  J594  NAME  Mclvor, Thomas ...*.;   McKay, John Duncan   McKay, Frank   MacKenzie, George Thomas.  McKinnon, Archie...-   t m ��� �� * I �� ��� ���  PLACE  /,. Balmoral 'hotel,"Phoenix   Spion Kop, Phoenix :  -.-Victoria hotel, Phoenix *"   B. C. Mine, Eholt :  :;Deari's hotel, Phoenix-!  ..Dean's hotel, Phoenix;  Phoenix ���  oehix i  McKinnon, John   McLean, Hugh   ......Granby hotel, Ph  McLean, Jonathan D :'. ������ ......Dean's hotel, Ph  McLeod, Alexander Ross Columbia, B.C.v  McLeod, Thomas George Winnipeg Ave., Grand Forks -J  MacLeod,  Donald  Winnipeg hotel, Grand Forks ;  McNaughton, Alexander W y..-. .....Brooklyn hotel, Phoenix ;  McVeigh, Albert  w.  .......v.................Grand Forks r  Neill, Herbert    Nelson, Wilbur   Nicholson, Angus ���...  Nicholson, Angus Neill  Nicholson, John J   Nicholson, Daniel   .....���... ��� ...........Phoenix -  .Floyd Ranch, Grand Forks ���  ...... .Dean's hotel, Phoenix :  ... Cottage hotel, Peoenix -  .......Cottage hotel, Phoenix  .......Granby hotel, Phoenix  ' ..      .       ..  O'Brien, James Patrick  ./. ...B.C. Mine Boarding house, Eholt:,  Ockerman, John  Stendall's Boarding house, North Addition, Grand Forks,  O'Connor, Patrick Joseph ./. .Grand Forks  O'Neill, Michael .............Grand Fork's  Patterson, Angus Johannes...,' Stendall's house, Grand Forks  Pierce, Thomas, Milton ............North Addition, Grand Forks'^  Pimm, Edgar John A .................Bridge St., Grand Forks;  Pinker, Chas. Henry .' *.........';".........Idaho Claim, Phoenix  Pinker,   Percy ��� ..Banner Mineral Claim, Phoenix  Purcell, William John  B, C. Mine Boarding house, Eholt  Rawlinson, Ed. H. C ��� third St., Grand Forks  Redhead, Sydney...... : Grahby hotel, Phoenix  Reeder, Mathias Freithrik Snowshoe mine, near  Phoenix  Rees,   VVilliam Snowshoe-mine Boarding house, near Phoenix,  Reeves, ChristopherHealey Delahay Block, Dominion Ave., Phoenix.  Reynolds, William H...- '. Christina Lake,- F"ife  Richardson,   Samuel West's Boarding house,, Grand Forks-  Richmond,'Charles Stuart.....^ ;...'.: -. : Gladstone .-  Riordan, John : : .'.-. Dominion Ave., Phoenix  Robertson, William John .^��.-...'. '. Fife  Rollins, Elmer E-.....*.   .:....... :Bridge St., Grand Forks  Ross, Thomas .'; Province hotel, Grand Forks  Roy, Adclard B. C. Mine, Phoenix  Rover, Jonas Franklin.... '. Model Livery Barn, Grand Forks  Rutherford, Wilburn James Granby hotel, Phoenix.-  Rutledge,   William Prest's Addition, Grand Forks  Ryan, James   Edward : Dominion Ave., Phoenix  Sallis, Timothy ..New York Townsite, Phoenix,  Schaefer, Theo   M King St., Grand Forks  Schlicter, William Clemens :..* Winnipeg Ave., Grand Forks-  Schulli; Roberto. "   ' *  Fife  Silverthorn, Richard Corner Knob Hill Ave. and Second St., Phoenix  Simard, Joseph Marie " ���" King St., Grand Forks  Simon, Nazrre Union hotel, Riverside Ave., Grand Forks  Sims, James Leaman  Dean shote, Phoenix  Smith, David ...Granby  hote, Phoenix  Speare, David M ....................Brooklyn hotel, Phoenix  Stewart, Peter M ;;������.��� ������ ;"'"'.-.  Stone, George L  y...Butte hole 1, Phoen.x  Sweeney, Anbrose ��� Knob H.U Ave., Phoenix  Swindle, Alfred ..Cabin near Alexander hotel, Phoenix  Taprill, John ��� .Snowshoe mine, Phoenix  Tedesco, Guiseppe v * _  Tedesco, Giovanni  '"'"'"V, ,'��� 1' rru^u-  Thomas, Martin B. C Boarding house, Eholt  Toolcy, Raymond Ralph : ..Rawhide mine, near Phoenix  Town.she.id, William Stewart  Black's hotel, Phoenix  Turner, Roy ,������ - ' �����*��?  Turner, Robert W  ,. -'V;'*;:::*���',;;;"T*��iL'     ���  Turner  George Duncan McMillan Block, Phoenix  Van BuskirCsunford E     ...Granby hotel, Phoenix  Vaughan, Leonard . .......Mclnnis & Vaugrhan Ranch  Walker, Robert D Province hotel, .Grand Fork* ���  Walker, Edward �� - ;���; '"V*D?aSf hRl   ' f��?SB?  Watson, John Wesley Lot 2,   Block 24,.Plan 23, Mam St*,, Grand Fork*  Wauchi  Tosetth. .,*.>��,............. ���.><<.��� . ..............vsrana rorKB  Webflter, Herbert James Near Great Northern station, Grand Forks  Welch, James William..... .....West's boarding house, near Grand Fori"  Welsh, Edward Joseph Phoenix hotel, Phienl*  White, Milton Daniel  Victoria Aye., Grand Forks  Williams, Morris J. I Granby hotel, Phoenix  Williams, Edmund Golden  Eagle mine, Grand Forks  Wynne, James Granby hotel, Phoenix  No.  254  700  771  1094  Young, Herbert Walton Near -V.-V. & E. bridge, crossing Kettle River,  Grand Forks  THE FOLLOWING PERSONS ARE REPORTED DECEASED :  NAME' PLACE  Cooper, Frederick Edward Bridge St., Lot 2, Block 15, Grand .Forks  Keron, William Second St., Grand Forks  Lund, Arnt C .". First St., Grand Forks  ._���    Nelson, Soren Grand Forks  1282    Ross, Walter Roger Cor. Fourth and Spokane Sts., Grand Forks  1524    Waugh, Andrew Over Hunter-Kendrick Co.'s Store, north side street  between First and Second Sts., Grand Forks  1587    Wolverton, William Marshall Cascade  AND TAKE  NOTICE that at a Court of Revision to he held on the 7th  day  of  November, 19T0, at the Court House, Grand Forks, B. C, at 10 o'clock  in the   fore-  noon, I shall hear and determine the said objections, and unless such named  persons  or some other provincial voter on their behalf satifies  me that such objections are not  well founded, I shall strike such names off the said Register.  S. R. Almond,  Registrar of Voters.  Dated this loih day of October, 1910.  earn  We are pleased to Announce the following reduced  prices for St. Charles and Jersey Cream :  Famijy Size,   now 2 cans for. .......... 25��  Hotel Size,   per can. . ��� 25��  Family Size, per case of 48 cans. .... .35.75  Hotel Sizej per case. . . . S6.O0  CANNED   VEGETABLES  On account of the high prices of Canned Vegetables we are compelled to make our prices as follows:  .Tomatoes, per can   20c  Peas and Corn,   3 cans for. .....   .      . .50��  Beans,  per can  1 5��  Carload o  s  We have received a Car of Apples from Peachland, consisting of Snows, Mcintosh, Reds, Kings*, Baldwins, Pippins,  Jonathans, etc., and they are perfect Apples. Have a look  at them next time you visit either store.  Prices   run from  S2.00   to S2.50  per box  First-class Creamery Butter  3 lbs, $L00      14-lb. boxes $4.50  We expect to be able   to   keep   the. price   of  Butter  down until the end of the year.  Moppin-Thompson Co.  FRESH GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS  DOM  Under New Management  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.  MM��^^ ���" ��� TiHtrn  mntmmi.nn.mrmn,.  *����������(������  aHHWORIKMMN  r ���  has cured more than a few  chronic cases of rheumatism.  We are fairly certain that it  would be beneficial in your case  because we know what's in it.  you buy  with th��  and gnarantootS  John Love, Druggist  Lumber and Wool  ��� When in need of LUMBER,  LATH, SHINGLES, CORD-  WOOD   or   SLABWOOD     I  ^       can   fill  your   order   promptly.  C. A. ROSS  Phone A44-  EAGLE BARBER SHOP  For An Easy Shave  And Stylish Haircut  Baths in  Connection  PRAYING  Of all kinds promptly attended  to. Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all orders       Phone A6S  James G. McKeown  IS    ALWAYS   GOOD   when   you  *are in good health and  spirits and  have energy to make   things   hum.  Phoenix Beer  will make you healthier and happier,  ���give you more strength and vigor  to infuse activity into your business  PHOENIX BEER is not only a  .tonic, it is a system cleanser, a  digestion assistant, a muscle builder  .and a life brightener. It keeps the  doctor away.    Try it.  Phone 23  CONSTRUCTION ALONG  KETTLE VALLEY LINE  Four  Hundred   Men  Will   Be  Employed This Winter  That the Kettle Valley mfTbc*tHe  scene of great railroad construction  activity this corning winter is indicated by the statement; of David  McBethv who says that J. G.. McLean, the contractor in charge of  the construction work on the- Kettle  Valley railroad, will have 400 men  in the field shortly. At present  about one quarter of this number  are at work.  Mr. McBeth has recently received  a subcontract for the clearing of the  right of way between Rock creek  and Beaverdale, a distance of about  25 miles. He expects to have the  work completed by March 1 next.  '���Dave" McBeth as he is known  throughout southeastern British  Columbia, is one of the pioneer railroad construction men in. the province. He was one of the men in  charge of the building of the C. P. R.  main line and first crossed the  Rockies in 1877. Since that time  he has been almost continuously en-  engaged in similar work for the  C.P.R. and other companies.  George Wellwood has the contract for clearing two miles of right-  of-way near Westbridge.  Capture Four Deer  Henry Goodwin, Sam.. Matthews,  and Thos^JEJionner returned to town  last night after a week's shooting  expedition up the main Kettle river  and claim the hunting honors of the  season. They brought home four  deer which they secured near their  rendezvous at Williams creek. They  had a splendid trip and report game  fairly plentiful. ��.  Invests in Northern Alberta  John Mcintosh returned recently  from a trip to northern Alberta, and  is quite enthusiastic over the possibilities of Edmonton, the capital of  the sunny province. Mr. Mcintosh  took a trip over the new Canadian  Northern line, which is now built  about 150 miles west of Edmonton,  being interested in some property at  the first divisional point.   : ,$.   A Good Position  Can be had by ambitious young  men and ladies in the field of  "Wireless" or railway telegraphy.  Since the 8-hour law became effective, and since the Wireless companies are establishing stations  throughout the country there is a  shortage of telegraphers. Positions  pay beginners from $70 to $90 per  month, with good chance of advancement. The National Telegraph  Institute operates six official institutes in America, under supervision  of R.R. and Wireless Officials, and  places all graduates into positions.  It will pay you to write them for  full details at Davenport, la., Cincinnati,   O.,    Portland,   Ore.,    or  TV*  IT*  emphis, Tenn.  ���*���*>�����'*!!  mg Hot Water  for every occasion, with the Kootenay Steel Range,  without, "driving"' the fire or wasting fuel.' The  generous firebox is built so that the water heats very  rapidly as it passes through the water front, and  gives a plentiful supply. One bath usually empties  the boiler heated by an ordinary range with the  result that the rest of the family must wait for more  water to heat. Not so with the boiler attached to  the water front of a  llllllliiii  because the Kootenay never fails to heat as much  water as is required and as fast as it is used. The  nearest McClary Agent will make clear to you the  reasons why you ought to own a Kootenay. $*,  London,     Toronto,     Montreal,     Winnipeg,     Vancouver,     St. John, N.B.,     Hamilton.     Calgary  For sale by the Morrln-Thompson Company  The Only First-Class and Up-To-Date  Hotel in Phoenix. New from cellar  to roof. Best Sample Rooms in the  Boundary, Opposite Great Northern  (Depot. " v y Modern Bathrooms.  STEAM HEATED.      ELECTRIC LIGHTED  James Marshall, Prop.  Phoenix, B.C  "The Pride of the Boundary  ��>  *^^  Newly renovated  and newly furnished,  modern in appointments and  centrally located, culinary department par excellence, and  Bar stocked with choicest liquors and cigars, the  King's is headquarters for travellers.  Bus meets all trains.     Commodious sample rooms.  W. 93. WIILLIAMS, ftflatm^er  |��o    Pa  R.  V. CHISHOLM, Prop.  DANNY DEANE, Manager.  This is the Largest and Newest I^qt��! in the city,,  heated by steam, and well furnished thoughout  for the accommodation of the public. Everything  Neat, Clean and ,Up-to-Date. -Meals served afc  all hours.  Bar. Shocked with C��h������q��'fc JUgi-hob'S and Gigar* fes-#;;;VK.K--'4?��  WP:PW:0:-'.^.  g*-%j:i=;J-vv;.;--:;:��.-��-  ..      ���   d   ^IiiINi. illwl HI  ill ~ IT Hlli inn HI    i~gMMBlin I liHllfeM n   r i ������!������!      HI  .On.i'--/V>,--j,;,si6Cil  ,-<,.$��/'  J.. *  at  *����*���<  * 'JviC  Y-'.'J.1  '1  -S?f^**-fr'^  - ��� ��� ���-SA.rtit--^WJ -.iMj-i-���.-,s-s:>,-rsf ���---:-r;��".- ������ar.r.fi*'.;^if���+'!.:.���������������*"���>�����*'.��������*���'���  ^r^'M-sp'*:*'^-:^  the credit of the Granby company.  ���;. ;-:W^rk|ng|th  ..'.' X a^oMivfethe'sha'reiriolWers-a rltsS rf|  year they^dwrtoe^vi ->&  ?lots $��p  local huyers&!lrhe|eMalil  ���������i&Aw, ..,..,....,,.���-.., -. ,,   is constant  return   onr  ^.*#i"i-\:      ....... "v.            .  .,  -..'.-' fj'.-H'  '>'-���.'.'   '���"--���(���      - ;,- -1 . >������ i    n - ��� ���^.������Vi'jj'fvj.t'-i.-,:' ,.-.y..".  investment; with the assurancellhat.  ������' .as!th||price bf co^er/tises or^fter  factors operate to the company's  financial advantage, they will receive  the        ���  .      ���   w. the  J. IS*1*   &'     ,'.'"; ���*- .' ���; ���    :������'..*': "������ -,\'  company s business  as to  insure a  '"    '���"*����    *#'        ���     V"'    . -    " .*        '     ' ' -'  ,.steady addition to its ore, resources,  *?-���*#, ,->      *���-  # .. ' -'  ' while maintaining its ,plantscati'the  * high standard of efficiency they' now  - have preached."  ii^RlAl  If  .���-'.'Ai  v.tne   Jsjbnefit- immediately.    At  same-vtime  I shall  so conduct  Contractor; Commenced   Worn  >:-?>>t :''W I^oMay ^, . $ #  Contractor Cosgrove commenced  work Monday on the excavation for  the new public school for Phpemx  on the recently acquirecl property on  the corner  of Victoria  avenue! and  havetppened an,: officevin phoenix;  and made arrangements ,with ',Cos-  grove^?& jMcAsfocker to act asUocai*  agents.] p^<' fe^^'-> >��� '> ^ '-' >  "'���  &^Jhe f,Wngh;t^.��� company,\;are^Vat  present specializing'-Hn 11 farm 'lands  iSHhelFort George'tiistrict, and have  gonetto considerable expense in pro-  curing photographs and actual tacts  qoncejning the" productiveness of the'  spit^ahd general cohditrons' of the  country,  substantiated   by  goverri-  ment surveyors?;and\, geologists.   , A  display  of these  phWographs   has'  been made  in. the  window  of the  Pb.oen.i-x ���Qlub where all .available in-.  formation, in   connection   with   the,  district can be,had on enquiry to the  First street.��� *'' vK .S1"' " y? ^  The work has progressed favdr-f  ably and the building of the ^tope  foundation .tw4l| ���be, commenced as  soon as the^rhaterial can be secured  It! is''intended'to, have the -foundation  built; if possible, before =the> severe  -weather, sets in,, so that :\he) frarne-  work of therschobl can be proceed-  ed.>yithlduring, the winter.     Should  ->>'�� j.  local agents.   f;Eachfblpck of land is  and on a line with Victoria avenue.  "*-       ��J h>r *"��� ^> " "     i *> ,f* "J H /        *      "    A "''-       '7 '.  severe1 weather cbrne before; the  foundation is built." however, further  construction'work would haveito be  suspended until spring. ;*    ;";  [ The-plans for the new building-  are now completed and tenders for  its' construction^ will be called for in  a short time. ,  The school property consists of  90 feet frontage on First street and  runs, back 180 feet. The new struc-  ture.will be 55 x 72 feet, and will be  set.back 30 feet from  First street  THE  Eastern Townships Bank  Employs a, System5 Which Makes it  Easy for its Out^of-Town Depositors  ��� i X o �� Open   Accounts   and    Transact  fi0^vRhoenix.to;i  Sfy^llJThrough^ i^ts  S^mbst of which were-sold for $150 each ;S  ; that price:    This is^ away over  fifty  per cent  bn the investment,  -because the lots were bought;on  small  payments;-,some of them  v are scarcely completed:    But  the 'TB'ig! advance in values  is only  just beginning*    New Westminster^goin|g ahead at a wonderful  rate, and the greatest:growth is .directly towards^ thel lots we^ sold  here.     Last year the Municipality of.Burnaby raised $150,000 for  roads; they are now going to expend $70,000 for sidewalks, and a  ���system of waterworks  is going in.     Every year  those  lots Will  steadily advance  in   value  because they  are  bound  to occupy a  central position in one of the world's greatest cities.    We are now  offering a few choice lots at exactly the\i?ame; price, as. we are getting for them in Vancouver, and on very easy terms.  We can also offer some of the very best land in the vicinity of  Fort George, which we have personally examined several times  and can guarantee every acre of it free from rock, gravel or any  other undesirable features. It is bericti land, splendid soil, clo-sj  to the Fraser and Grand Trunk "Pacific- Railway, and three other  railways are projected through or alongside the land. It will  grow any kind of crops, but for the next few years fortunes will  be made from hay. '  WhatJs land worth that will grow two to four tons per acre,  worth at least $25 per ton ? Sure crop,every year with very little  work. It should be worth $100 per acre; we will sell forty acres  for $500 on very easy termsi and guarantee that the land is exactly as represented in surveyor's notes and photographs or return  every cent, paid on account. We have done business with probably one thousand people throughout the interior of B. C, and if  there is one who has not made money who bought through us, or  is, at at all dissatisfied;, we do not know it.  Never in the history of this Province, or probably in the history of the world has there been such an opportunity for the small  investor to make large profits with certainty. Do not wait. The  things that come to those who wait are generally the things no  one else wants.  We have opened an office at the Phoenix Club, call and see  field notes on land.  The Wright Investment Co., Limited  t\ ������ t  Business  by  Mail  With  Any  of  Its  8i_^i-Eitfity;-One Branch 0ffices--���81  Detailed information Fuml-shed on Request  .>,.';  D. J. MATHESON   Insurance Agent  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE GLASS,  COMMISSIONER FOR TAKING  AFFIDAVITS.  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  PHOENIX,   B.  We furnish the trade all over the Boundary  #ifh the' BKtttfcest ��� Imported -and Domestic  The Finest Quality in  MILK AND CREAM  ���-���������i.; ������'    ���'.���������.'������������. /:  Strictly - Fresh - E&gs  J. W. Hannam> Proprietor  PHoenix  As we ship direct in carloads, we can make  prices  right,   and "give  prompt   shipment.  'a  GREENWOOD, B.G.  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 9.30 a.m. 1  " "        lowentown^ 10.00a.m. (Standard Time  Leave Greenwood 3.00 p.m. \-.  PROMPT  ATTENTION TO   EXPRESS AND  FREIGHT  ���Propisiot^  2)  T-a  I  m  I'

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