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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Oct 31, 1908

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Array Ninth Year  ������   I,..-,, , i , ,,,���  , ii ^ii��� ��� ,n,.i ��� i   .  PHOENIX, BRITISH'COLU^B^iA^JRlSA^ OCI ObJlR  3'. -'90S  No', go  CAMPBELLS CLOTHING  ARE YOU lOOKINO  For a Handsome,  ____  Wcll-Made Suit or  Overcoat   for this  Winter? e^ >^  ^r  GRANBY HEAD II  VISpMlNEl  ���;. ���   'Si  President J. Langelbtli  ���ects WorldngsJ;  Accompanied by Gen��^llahf  :; ager Graves of Spokane.-\ j  E__fl  SOMETHING to give you a marked   per-  **v    sotial appearance.    That will wear well  aud look well while worn. : ���'-  You svill find it in our stock of Clothing,  and you will appreciate more and more tlie  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 & CAMPBELLS  EXAMINE THEM AND YOU W_LL  'CERTAINLY   AGREE    WITH    US.  GO;  J. I-angeloth of New York, president  of the Granby Consolidated.'Mining.'di  Smelting Company, Accompanied by  Jay P. Graves of Spokane, general  manager, A. B W. Hedges, local manager, G. W. Wo.ster, treasurer, arj  rived in camp on Wednesday after-  no m by Great Northern special.      ,. !  With Superintendent Smith they  made a general inspection of the mines  and plant, visiting the 400-foot level to  see the automatic self-dumping ore  cars in operation and other interior  workings of the1 mines. Thursday  morning they went to the smelter,  where they .spent the greater,'part:of  the day. /%.   ^-Av "     5      "���������i\  President Larigelbth expressed him  self as highly pleased with what he had  seen at the mines in improvements lor  the economical handling of larger tonnages. At the smelter he was interested in the enlarging of the furnaces,'  one of which is already completed and  in operation, .the increasing of the  capacity of the converter plant, and  other general improvements now in  pn gress. ���.--���:��� ������_��� ���  The new converter building at the-  Granby smelter is riea'ring completion  and is b.ing got in' shape for the iii  stallation of the two new.'converter  stands' which have" already" arrived" at  the works. These:convertersarenearly  double the size of the ones now m use,  and when installed will be' able to  handle the matte from the eight furnaces when the enlargement of the  latter is completed.. It is the intention  of the company to granulate the slag  1 fronTihenew furnaces and" it will !be  hauled away from the works in railway, hopper bottom cars. --  JUST A rew SUG  GESTIONS FROM  OUR STOCK _^  GOL D  CREAMS  AND  SUGARS  $4.50; $6.50; $10.00  Berry  Bowls  $6.50  $J0.50  $13.50  BRACELETS, Plain  $10 andup  BRACE:LETS,Fancy  $ 5 to $75  BROOCHES,  $2.25 to $150  RINGS,  $1.00 to $300  These are all solid Gold, and  good value. We have a large assortment, and mote to come.  E.   A.  BLACK,  JEWELER.  Boundary Mailing, Notes-,.  Mr. Burrell'is aJnative of England; coming to Canada twenty five, years'  ago, he was engaged in fruit growingat St Catherines, Ontario, for. fifteen  years. ,In 1900'he/temoved to British Columbia, and.seeing the possibilities;  of the Kettle river valley for fruit growing, he secured a ranch near Grand:  Forks, and went extensively into.the fruit industry, in which he has been con,  spicuously-successful.'  His Riverside  nurseries are riot only one of the sue-'.  lished in the interior.  '"",' .... .���.���!'  Work lias been temporarily discontinued '-on"the' Little Bertha, North  Fork.,  Howard Stevenson of'Greenwood  has taken a position in the electrical  department. of -the> Bii< Gi Copper  smelter.  At the Bell mine, Wallace mountain,  arrangements are being made for the  ���driving of a 200-foot tunnel to crosscut the the,veins.  The B.C. Copper company's smelter  treated 10,134 tons of ore this week,  as follows: Mother Lode, 7,900; Oro  Uenoro,  1,579; other properties, 655.  Granby ore shipments are averaging  3,700 "tons per day, but with the mines  closing down on Sundays the weekly  totals are only .running 2i,ooo: to  22,000 tons.  Frederic Keffer, consulting engineer  of the B. C. Copper company, and II.  Johns, manager of the company's  Wellington camp properties made an  inspection of the Oro DenorO last  week.  Sally mine, which made such a  splendid clean-up from a car of ore  shippeda few weeks ago, has another  car load of ore about ready for shipment. Nine men are now employed  at the mine.  The boiler and compressor plant of  the Dominion Copper company's Stem  winder mine were shipped to Moyie  last week, having been sold to the  owners of the Aurora mine, in which  property it will be installed. The  Dominion's n.w air compressor is  sufficient to supply all the properties  here.  Good reports come from the Wood-  burn, the Phoenix Mining and Devel  opment company's property, where the  tunnel is now in about 280 feet.  Several stringers have been cut through  daring the past week from which some  ��� ���   l ^   ueen  the  ore  The Federal elections on Monday resulted in the "return of the Laurier  government by a majority of over 50. ,,lComox-Atlin has since elected William  Sloan, Liberal, and when the five deferred elections a.e held in Quebec, British  Columbia and the Yukon, the government will have a majority of about s<;  out of 22 1 seits in the Dominion parliament. <  In British Columbia the Conservatives won a decided' victory, .winning  three of the four seats. G. H. Barnard dofeated Hon. Win, Templeman, a  cabinet minister, in Victoria; G. H. Covan had 1500 of a majority over W.  W. B. Mclnnesin Vancouver, and R.Jirdine lost to J. D. Taylor hv New  Westminster.    Ralph Smith of.Naniamo was the only Liberal elected.  Conservatives also gained in Nova Scotia and Manitoba, but Ontario  gave many^gaius to Sir, Wilfrid, with Saskatchewan, New Brunswick and  andiQbebec|still:soiid-f pf ������'��� '".     ���    '���    ���'-���-  Prince* EdwardTsland did a  peculiar  thing. The -three constituencies  which returned Conservatives in the last election, elected three Liberals,  .while the'one constituency which elected a Liberal in 1904 also changed its  Allegiance: ';'' ^ :.r;:V V".;11'";-'"���:.",:,. _ _-..���..-: ���_.���-., ���  The follqwng^Wnjilary gives the; standing of the parties during _t!he_ last  session of parliament and the net results of Monday's election: '_  MARTIN   BURR ELL, CONSERVATIVE   CANDIDATE;' YALE-OARIBOO.'  Four years ago Mr. Burrell was also the nominee of. the Conservative  party, tnrtnts"-cuirat��..-^_n-������-rati;-ngarnst'Duncari_KJo's's7hTs present opponent,  who won over Mr. Burrell .by 162 votes...:Mr. Burrell is one of the ablest  speakers in the province, and, thoroughly familiar wjth,the issues of the day,  having made them a practical study for years. . For a year or. two he edited  the Grand Forks Gazette, up to the time he went to -England last year as a  special commissioner of the provincial government, to lecture on the possibilities of fruit growing in British Columbia.-   His tour was a success.  ������'Mr. Burrell is conducting a clean, out-and-out  political  campaign.    He  will speak in Phoenix opera house on Monday," Nov. 9th;-   ���   - --  RALPH SMITH WILL  ADDRESS ELECTORS  Of Phoenix in Opera House  Wednesday, Nov. 4.  RECEIVER SEEKS  POWER T(D BORROW I v^iie7  LIBERALS RETURNED  REDUCED MAJORITY  Sir Wilfrid Laurier Will Have Majority of  Between Fifty and Sixty*  November 1, 1907  October 26,  1908          i  -''--  Gams  :":,!-;- '': ::..''":"'.;,rcon^  Lib.  Ind.  |   Con.  Lib.    Ind.  Con.    Lib.  Ontario   . . ".........'   48  38  ;o-""  ���  ��� 44 ���  42        0  10         10  52  .2  13  49         2  8          6  18 ..  ���0"  6  12        0  .6              :0  New Brunswick ...".'.������:. -'..- 5  >/8.;;'  ���0;  2  11         0  "   . ��-   . ,  13  7  ���': ;��^  8  2         0  5  '"'-.'  Saskatchewan....... .'���.:.' 1: -u  ���������-5"-'  0  1  8         0  Alberta,::.......'.-'..-..:    : a .:  ������'. '2 -  0   ���  i  -.'���  4': '���    0 ���'���  ."-7-  O  3  ...?,,.:,..?,  ..... 3..-.     /3  Prince Edward Island.     3  ..   .: I  ��� ���   O  ���',-���,   3 . ......,...��..>  _ _ i ...__    0  Yukon Territory.....      0  '   P  I  73      ?3'8  Total Liberal majority 62.  Total seats, 214.  81      133        2  Total Liberal majority 52.  Total seats, 221.    "_  Five seats to hear from/ '���  Side Lights  Greenwood has formed a Cinderella  Greenwood assize court will sit on  Nov. nth.  A iarge black bear was shot at  Myncaster last week.  Alex. Bloomfield is building an  addition to his hotel at Westbridge.  Mrs. Kaiser of Eholt has sold her  hotel and six.cottages 10 Sam McGor-  raond.  George Findla"y^ and Fred Allen of  Greenwood have gone to the Bulkley  The  T>'ornihi6ri;. Copper   Company 1        was in court at Vancouver on Tues-  at Boomerang camp recently by Nick  VT"cholson.  Rev. C. Inglis has been appointed  Presbyterian missionary at Rock Creek  Money   to Protect Dominion  Copper Co. Properties  A public meeting   will   be   held   in  Phoenix opera'house   on   Wednesday . was in coun ����� vwuaiuvpi  ��..   xu��-, Nj h ,  evening     Nov.   4,   at   which   Ralph ' day on an application before Mr. Justice | _��icnoison.  Smith, M. P. for Nauiamo, will be the   Morrison.  principal speaker. !     The   generel   manager   Mr.   P   F    . _  Mr Smith is a native of Cumber- Roosa, who was recently appointed and Myncaster,  land England, coming to British Col- ] receiver and later provisional liquidator  umb'ia 16 years ago a coal miner. He seeks additional power to borrow $20,-  was first elected to the Commons as ' 000 to protect the company's proper-  Labor-Liberal candidate in Naniamo,' ties pending its "reorganization', steps  reelected as a straight Liberal in. 1904, to that end having been taken in New  and last Monday, was returned ' as (York. ,The solvency.of the company  Nauiamo'* representative for a third is not in question, as_.it. is admitted  ter.h defeating Hdrthomwa-te, Social- that it has;assets far. hi* excess of its  ist and Sheppard, Conservative,   by a  liabilities.    But it.,.rm need of ready  lst'     ��   '   -Vl      '         'cash.-   The National   -Trust   company  of Toronto is; trustee; for the bond-  holders.  :' The application forpower to borrow  was adjourned. Charles Wilson, K.C.,  appeared for the. receiver, A. H.-McNeil, K.C., for the unsecured creditors  and A. M. Whiteside for the company.  A puition is being largely signed to  secure a license for the hotel at Bannock City.  An old bear and two cubs were shot  large majority.  Ralph- Smith is today the most  prominent Labor advocate in the Dominion, 6eing the authority on all  labor questions in the House of Commons during its last two sessions. He  has-.been president of the Trades' and  Labor Cc unci! of Canada, and is one  of the coast's ablest public speakers.  With the Politicians  -   Yale-Cariboo elections take place on  Thursda)', Nov.   12th.  flforee   R.    Naden,   M. L. A.   for  during me pasi ������ ..i/.�� -....-.. ���      olui^i-    *>������ ; .  splendid   samples   of  ore   have   been  Greenwood, now of Prince Rupert will  ar.c       ....     *\   _....,._,.   k_.i.__.,__   tK�� I arrive next week to assist Duncan Ross  Alex. McLaren of Kamloops, pro  vincial fiuit inspector, is spending a  few days with his brother, D. D.  McLaren, at Dead wood,, while on a  trip of inspection, ot Boundiry fruit  ranches.      .  Mr. H. Kane, who has been prospecting in the Sturgeon Lake country;  duj_u^.th��, suaunetl naonths_.__.has -re-.��_.  fumed to th^ Boundatjf.      /"  ,-,      . ��� -  __ E._L. Fronson, assistant C.P.R.  road master iir-tneDu��uj-rr.____,c.re  signed.   , His place is taken by Tom  Nichols from the main line.  J. E. McAllister, E. G. Warren, M.  T. McMynn and J. E. Spankie of  Greenwood are applying for licenses to  prospect for coal and petroleum at  Barbine lake.  Gus Quist, a Swede, 24 years of  age, disappeared from McArthur's  camp, near Boundary City, about two  weeks ago and nothing has been heard  of him since. Some forty men searched  the mountains for him on Saturday.  He left the camp to go to Greenwood.  At a recent meeting of the police  commissioners   of Grand  Forks  city  the  following  resolution  was  passed  and each license holder furnished with  a copy:    "The board of police commissioners express their disapproval of  the presence in this city of professional  gamblers   and   all  holders   of   retail  J liquor  licenses  in  this  city   will   be  responsible for the presence  of professional  gamblers on their premises;  and further,  that the  commissioneis  will suspend the licence of any hotel  keeper who is found guilty of permitting gambling on his premises."  if  -B--S.  BpUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  The followlug tabic gives the ore jphiMneats of -Boundary mines for 1900. for 1901. lor  A 1902, for 1903. for 1904. for 1905. or 1906, and 1907.' at reported to tbe Phoenix i'loneer���  taken. The promoters believe  tunnel is now close to the main  body.  At the office of the mining recorder  during the past week ten locations  were recorded, fourteen certificates of  work filed, and thiee transfers recorded.  The transfers were a half interest in  the Ironclad Fraction, situate in tin  Wellington camp, from J. Buckley to  J. M. Doyle; a quarter interest in tin  Copper mineral claim, situate in t rank-  lin camp, and a third interest in thr  Whitetail mineral claim, situate w,  Franklin camp, from Dan Morr son t.  P. Santine.  THE ^JEWELER  in the campaign  Duncan Ross is scheduled to address a meeting in Greenwood on Nov.  13th. Hon Clifford is expected to be  present and give an address.  Martin Burrell, who is now in the  Similkameen, will address a meeting  in Phoenix opera house on the evening  of thanksgiving Day, Nov. 9th.  Charles Bunting, the Socialist candidate in Yale-Cariboo,, and Parker  Williams, are expected in the Boundary  next week, but the date of their meeting in Phoenix has not been announced  as yet.  Latest Prices la Meials  Election Returns at Brooklyn.  ThP Brooklyn hotel has arranged (01 ,_���,_.    _.,,,  1 lie urooK yn 1                      election* New York���Copper, electrolytic. *I3-  complete    returns    of   the   election. 27^B|$iai37^ . huce. *13,37K @ $13.62^  throughout the United Sut-a which will "ftV&^fa  be received by Great Northern wire on j^  $45714 3 t4.62  fiTuesday evening next.                           I   Bpd'er. $4.70 �� $4.75  F. 0. E. Minstrel Show.  Practices during the past week show  that without any   exception   the   minstrel performance lo   be  given  at   an  early date will be the   very   best   ever  given  in   Phoenix.     The   songs   and  choruses in the   first   part  are  catchy  and well rendered with plenty of snap  and vim.    The end men ate unbeaten  in their line���the   interlocutei   knows  his  business   from   A to z;   the  jokes,  mostly   local,   will   make   the  sickest  man in Phoenix hold his sides and cry  "quit."    The   Olio   comprising   such  numbers    as    a    Monologue    by    a  veteran thespian���Irish character song  and dance���Cornet solo���and Violin  concert���by the most finished artist in  the interior, a classic by a well known  "old world   master" and last but not  least "God Save the King,"���followed  by a dunce m the Miners' Union Hall,  immediately after the minstrel performance. _____     _  Picture For British Columbians.  The Vancouver Daily Province are  issuing .111 excellent premium to subscribers It is a large^steel engraving  of Hon. Richard McBride, premier of  British Columbia, suitable__Tor framing  and should adorn the home of every  true Britsh Columbian.  I.20O  1.07&  Mink.  A Granby Mine*....  * 5now��hoe__....  Phoeulx Amal.  B, C Copper Co.  Mother Lode--   B C. Mine   19.494  Kuxina -   Oro Denoro.... ���   3onuie Belle -   Do-u Cop. Co....  Br'klyu-Steni-    Idaho-  -   Rawhide   SUItHCt-   Moimtn Koae..  tAthclataii   Morrison -  K.Bell.-   a Senator   ' ' Brey Kogle   ( >No.37   ���T Reliance-   .  Sulphur King���  i . Winnipeg --  . Golden Crown...  ' ' King Solomon...  I . 3ig Copper   I > No. 7 Mine   ��� , City of Paris   Jewel   �� Klveiside ������  X Carmi   Y Sally   m Humbler -   i Butcher Boy   V Duncau   * Providence   Hlkhoru   Strathmoie.-   Golden Eagle   Preaton   Prince Henry.-   Skylark -~  Last Chance   B. P. O. Mine   Bay   Mavia   Don Pedro   Crescent   Ruby-   Republic ���.    Miscellaneous���    3,130  1900     1901 '    1902       1903       1904       1505        1906 1907  64.5S3 ��3��i76�� 309>SS8 39J.71*  S49.7��J   6S.'.S*.    801^04    613.537  J97     1,731   ��,8oo   7t,ai��  5J40   99.034 141,326 138.079 174.198  47.405    14.811 19.3<- -..-.���  650     8,530 ��,937 37,960   .-  ��� 15^������ ����^oo  8,43*    tjs,ooi      JO  ioc8  863.753  U7J70   105.900  t^8S  76728  V,4��5  ,l.��07  20  11,804  3.t77  208.321  li7��         18,274 ..    -.  14,481 60.5JO   .     S'.3S0     55 731  802  55��  7.45S ��5.73i  ,.V.'.'.���. "5.646  IS" 3J3��  360     ����J  3.070  3.��SO  J^SO  S��4  33  2J.108  3.0S6  4.747  140.685  3.960  26,032  3.A5S  43.��95  13,353  64.��73  3��.��70  3M58  649  5 78o  10,740  3.8oa  53"  120  160  1.040  ...���������  663  2,000    330   2.060  .'.:.'..- "890'  a  482  3.435  1.833  13  ISO  5*6  79  219  So .  "j"45��  3*3  993  400  167  500  736  325  ...30  ��43  7.0  ISO  S��5  68'.  3-0  60  75'  13  40  -yo  ao  500   50  106  76  >s  1.140  40  140  20  45  90  "05  108  ��o  700  30  ����4  30  53  Total.tona  96,600  300,800508.876 690.419 839.fo8  jW,<��SI 161_537I.14S.337  1.'64.923  5om7cop:"Co:  ^ -^   ^H ��P��? 3PW  Total reduced- 63.380 348^39 460.940 697^04 837.66.  9*1.8  es?,^ 828379  no djo 133.740  8.039   118.8"  637,636   830,397  34'.953    *7i.3'S  '53.439     33.660  r I.I71-43" M33.���� i."��>.nS  le *  ��_.4t>^Q��4^^4(^4i>4t|>4t>Vo]gr4^C   -��-��  \ _?HE PHOENIX PIONEEB.  h '5  ft  'EjL  tH%jt,**fa&- . ���  Invalids  "BOVRIL" quickly builds  up strength and vitality���hence  the marked progress^towatrds  health made by invalids who  .take it. There .is. only  - one gj  BOVRtL  The Phoenix Pioneer  Ascf Botnxtuy Hinint J��mtm_l��  __ft  aa-Va_�� ear oaTO-DAta a* *���_  PIONEEB PUBLISHING CO.  at neim, b. c  T. ALFRED LOVE. M*Num.  No. 15.  T_i_-t,��__> J ahiBl-��� o��c* Wo. 14.  a_��a��aaama_ia��a_a^��BB��S^"*����^,*a^  ��m����^a��������l����m_a^_���f  HMCaimW* Vm 4DV-BTC-.  Par Vr ������. __- .$*.�����  *i�� MomUit_._--���__-.���__..._-....__ l.��s  - r�� the United Mate*, per year -_�� ��� 1,50  <UN1QN  I908  OCT.  1908  of business. For instance, if every man  and woman in America buys one extra  suit of clothes or a dress in one year,  think of the meaning to that one  branch of trade, and what the loss 'of  that extra order means. In the event  of good crops business will be norma',  but we shall not have the extraordinary  conditions of two years ago. Our business will grow again to where it was,  but it will be a gradual, sound growth,  and there will not be so much piling up  of extravagance on the credit system,  tearing down perfectly good buildings  and rearing enormous skyscrapers in  their places, just because the necessary  money can be borrowed."  Thanksgiving has been changed  from Thursday to Monday this year.  The practice in Canada and the United  States has been to have it fall in the  middle of the week so that the tendency  might ~ be for the people to attend  Thanksgiving services in the churches,  and to make it in some measure a holy  day instead of a mere holiday. By setting it forward to Monday at the request  of those who desire to convert it into a  portion oi a glorified "week-end," the  purpose for which the day was first  appointed is lost sight of.  SAAge  VALE CARIBOO  POLITICALLY  Results of Two Past  Elections.  Sti. ���������. Tan. Watf.   Us  ft,.   Sit.  1  -2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14  '5  16  i?  18  19  20  21  22  *3  ��4  >S  26  *7  28  29  30  3'  Three  Candidates in Contest  for Oct. 12th.  REDUCES   THOSE  BAKING   HOURS!  Why have an oven  sufficient only for three  pies when "Saak-alta"  Range oven will take  four pies and other  cooking? The more  bakingr��pace you have  ���the less fuel you use���the leas work you do.  Fuel and work are just, about-the main items  of expense in the  kitchen.     "Sask-alta"  Range savea both  for you.  M^Claiy's  HUNTER-KENDRIOK  VMil-wr, St Mtm. HamlltM. Calfary  CO., Ltd.. Local Agents  L  THE  EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK  Employs a. system which makes it  it easy for its out-of-town depositors  to open accounts and transact  business   by   mail   with   any  of, its  51-EIGHTY-ONE BRANCH OrflCE-���51  DETAILED  INFORMATION  FURNISHED ON   REQUEST.  *^mm  IMW������.trW��^Wa��>tntWa_fr��  CANADA IS GROWING.  Thursday, Oct r 2, is the date upon  which the electors of Yale-Canboo will  decide upon their representative to go  to Ottawa. The candidates nominated  are Duncan Ross, Liberal, who was  elected to the House of Commons in  1904; Martin Burrell, Conservative and  are  busily campaigning.  The people of Canada  on  Monday I *r"V "*"'" ~"v-"> v��.���� ��-..��=  decIaredfor_veyearS.moreofLiberal|,Cha.r,eS   Bun?1*   S��C,a,,St'    Al1  rule, Sir Wilfrid Laurier being returned  with but a slightly decreased following.  The, election had its surprises, and  chiefjunong_.theser. perhaps, -was the  showing in Ontario,  the Conservative  rallying ground, .where the predicted  sweep by  that   party  changed to a  Liberal gain often seats.  The Pioneer has been requested to  reproduce some statistics of past elect- r"m '"' 7*uf "'." "' t"u,i",""u ��  .ons in this riding which will no doubt  ha"nt f��r fur;bear>ng animals;    Such  iding  Be of general interest for comparison  purposes in the approaching contest.  The last Dominion.election in Yale-  Caribj)l6i2Jccurred^Hov.~-,22nd, ...1.904,  being deferred for a couple^ of week*  Bright Pat-r* la Ike Ofcatag U�� ���! Peace  River Ciaafry.  The announcement of railway surveys completed into the Peace River  country should ,help Canadians to  realize what a magnificent country they  have and how rapidly it is being developed. The C.P.R. is rapidly pushing  forward apparently eager to be first in  the field, and is concentrating construction   material  and  equipment at  convenient points that grading may be  commenced on the opening of spring.  A short  time ago   the Peace River  country was spoken of with the idea  of 'remoteness now attaching to the  shores of. the Arctic .Ocean. _ It was  regarded as beyond the reach of senti  ment, and destined to .be a perpetual and  ��."es,���and  on .pur. survey  it  i,-���_ f���-k���.j . . u~.   tt j- a    1 earned golden .opinions. from all who  home for hardy tribes of Indians and a I.   A      �� *   -��   Z    .     t _���        r     _  .    ��� . _    . ; had occasion to try it.    I have found  it very fine for skin disease, 'and I can  strongly recommend it as a household  Trie GOVERNMENT AND ZAM BUK  Sarvcy  Mt trmm ��� Ferf Willi**  Take* ibis  Wettferfal  Balm.  Zam-Buk the favorite househ-jld  balm is now,adopted as "The Doctor'  by leading parties in surveying various  I arts ol the Dominion lands.  Mr. Henry Hall  writing from   Fort  William  says:���"Having  proved  howj  beneficial Zam Buk is in cases of cuts,  skin injuries and diseases, I determined  to keep a supply handy.    Being engaged to go on a Survey I  thought it  would be a most useful  thing  to take  along.    I obtained a supply  in  Fort  William, and very well it was I did so.  I may say that pretty nearly every, day  it was called into requisition by cue or  other of the   party for cuts,   bruises,  burns, or some  injury or other.    It is  wonderful how quickly Zam-Buk  takes  the soreness out of cuts, burns, bruises  Phoenix-  Greenwood  lie  L/eave Phoenix, upper 'town,' 9.36 "a.m.V  ����� "       . lower town, 1 o.00 a. m. r  ���  Standard Time  ���������� "T"),"" .��� 1  Leave  Greenwood      -        3.00 p.  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  Phoesix Orncic, With McRabBbos., Knob Hill Ave.  D. U McELROY, Proprietor.  0*t*mQ0*mmmf*mm0mmm m* m .��� .im��p 1 s-*s**t  WstQim  _fc- >-  ��� > ''_������''���_.������:_��� ^3  'VMI,IL__  DANNY DEANE, Proprietor:  This is the Largest and Newest Hotel in the city, heated by ^  hot water and well furnished throughout for the accommodation ^  of the public. Everything Neat, Clean and Up-to-Date. Meals -^  served at all hours, special attention  beins given   the  Dininsrooni. ���������^  CctirraBy Located on rne Bridge/ Fifth  Street  Phoenix.   ' ���'.   3  STEAM   HEATED.      V   ;     ELECTRIC   LIGHTING. TELEPHONE   48     .���  ^iUIUittittittiUJUMJUiUUMilUiUWiUIMiUiUiUiUiUiUiUR  DRAYINQ  Of nil  kill,In  wi   mi    KlUilH   Druinntlu     .  to.    Hapid KxBft'l1*1  Transfer.   Careful at. ", > ^  ordere Phone A8B��"  JAMES Q. HcKEOVVN.  ROBT. CARSON,^  All kinds oj light and heavy teatnin,  promptly attended to; Mi,Urs> d^  trig a specialty.       .-   .���.-..  PHONEB44  A. S. HOOD,  Flre^tlle aa. Accldeal lni.r_Kt  Qeneral At_a.��   ' ������ '  Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  ; SHAVING PARLORS  AND    BATHROOM.  Ntxt Door lo McRae firoi.  Knob Hill A��i nue.  Phoenix, B.C.  Maltfecw's fovbtr Shop  LOWEtt  TOWN.  FOR   AN   EASY   SHAVE  ANDSTYtlSH HAIRCUT  '���������       ���;':                            '  BATHS   IN  "���    - .'.    :  f':. '     -  CONNECTION  PHOENIX    LODGE  S. H. M L f.f m. M  Metrta every WKDNHSDaY KTcnlnj In  ScandluaWan Hall, Old Ironaldct tvenac.  Visiting brethren cordially wcK.m:.  KD. FHRNSTROM, Prmld.nt.  A. O. JOHNSTOV, Fin. Secy.  PHOENIX NEST   **  ORDER OF OWLS.  Meetaevery Thursday Kvik  ma, at Miner��' Union Hall.  CoidUl Wclcoma toBftlhftn. VliKIng  DAVID OXLEY,  Prc��U��rit.  WH. LOUTTIT, Stctatary.  KingEdward Lodge, No.30  A. F. and A. M.  Regular communication S p. m.    St.  ond Thursday of each month.  Emergent meeting* aicalled;M��onli  Hall, McHale Block.  V. M. 8HKRBINO,  Secretary.  T. RODKRJCK,  W.U.  fThe, majority secured by the govern-/rtullJ t���cr-gcucrar-eiecnons-simirar-To-  Grand Forks...268  Greenwood..... 140  Kamlobps. .. .'382  Lillooet 142  Okanagan 509  Similkameen.\. r 26  Yale 140  meni:.^-M---4-aiiy surprising to both  parties. ��� Although generally conceded  that Laurier would be returned, even  the ardent Liberal did cot look for a  majority of more than 30 or 35. The  returns indicate that there will be a  Liberal majority of probably 55 .when  .he house meets.  The/notable Conservative victories  were in Manitoba-and- British Columbia, also painsin Alberta and Quebec,  rn'the prairie province a representation  of seven TUberals and 'three Conservatives was changed to two Liberals and  'aBhtk-rinserratives. "One of thereal  ���4lS.^r        ffCltS  '        J;IVV     * .** 1 '       r" .  contests of. the elections was in Brandon city, where-Hon. .Clifford Sifton  smd �� Hon. T. M.- Daly, 'two ��� former  ministers of the interior, opposed each  other.   Reports' give" Sifton" a" 'small  lead.  - i, There b.alio nqoicjng.ini.the-British  Colamlna ^Conservative < camp. The  province which sent a solid Libera]  seven last term, now elects Conservative" representatives in three of the four  constituencies^ where, .elections^ .were  held. ^ The, three leading .cities, arV  now in:the Conservative column and  among the fallen-is Hon." Wm. Temple?  man, minister of mines. With this  showing the deferred elections in Vale-j Rock Creek  Cariboo, .Kootenay, and Comox-Atlin, I  on Nov. iatb, should prove interesting  the present contest. There were 4,442  ballots cast, of which 48 were, spoilt  and 26 rejected, leaving 4,328 ballots  countedd. - In detail the results for  each candidate, in the eight- provincial  ndings in Yale-Cariboo were officially  reported as follows:  Burrell  r Coua.  Cariboo 153  Rosa  Liberal  164  too  232  422  98  S30  192  174  Milla  ���Soc.   Total  -318  630  552  829  _44  1084  3*7  3*2  1  163  180  25  4  47  49  8  f Much of keen observation and sound  reflection went into a statement made  by E. Clarence ��� Jones, a new*' York  banker.   Commenting upon the pros  pect for revival of business, Mr. Jones  said;    "It must be remembered that-a  year ago almost everybody had been  living beyond his means, and a great  many on credit.    Tbe automobiles "of  the latter and even their clothes, were  not paid for.    When the crisis came,  everybody shut off buying unnecessary  things and tried to get along with only  What was necessary.    The effect of this  was tremendous.   Take any one branch  Totals .. 1850 2011 487 4348  In the above Mr. Ross had i6nbf  a, majority, .which included small  majority,in six of- the' eight pollrrig  places". The Socialists cast a' little  over one-tenth of the entire "vote.  ~ In Ithe. two Boundary ridings tbe  results were as follows.  GREENWOOD  RIDING.  Burrell      Boss      Mills    '  Cona       ~ ���  Boundary Falls... 6  Deadwood.....'.  5  Denora /..  3'  Eholt.    17  Greenwood.". ".'."7 78  Midway 28  Totals.... 140  erroneous notions regarding this north  em country were so ��� successfully inculcated by the fur-trading interests  that even how, when railway promoters  are seizing its opportunities, the feeling  But  ��MK   the grain speedily ripened by its long  northern days,'has been dispelling  lingering doubts, and now that- railway  enterprise, eager for material gain, is  paying the tribute of expenditure in the  hope of coming trade ��� we can ��� feel  assured of Canada's future as far north  as the Peace River belt.  EMPRESSES  Liberal    Soc  ToUl  -,.11         27  -44  18         IO  33  ���*'f** i\2  -1" 21  30         12  59  126      Il6  320  33        3  63  8        x  12  ������ . _���,  1  232     :8o  552  RIDING _..  ,5     ,��  7  .5 - ;  a  11  14        6  28  134      4t  374  4r    116  210  ��� Lugert-FtaMt-Fastest  BONTREAL AND QUEBEC  TO LIVERPOOL . .  * f  ��� Oct. 24���S 8.,L��ke JSrje  , .���..   ~  ".    30���K.M.SiEmp.e-a of Britain ���  ��� Nov. 7���S.8. Lake Manitoba  "    tZ���TS.M.9. Empress of Ireland  **    21���S.8. Lake Cbamplain .  FROM ST. JOHN, N.B. 4  Nov. 87���B.M 8. Empress of Britain  Dec.   5���8.8. Lake Erie  �����    11���B.M.S* Eroprees of Ireland  Bannock.  2  Carson, ���.... 6  Cascade..../:... 8  Grand Forks....199  Phoenix 53  Totals ...268 199 163 630  For Further purposes of comparison  we append herewith the results of the  provincial election in Greenwood and  Grand Forks ridings; which occurred  Februaiy 2, ^07:  GREENWOOD  RIDING  First Cabin $72.50 and upward  After November 2fjt, $65.00  Second Cabin $42.50and tipw'rd  Third CJass $27.50 and $28.75  To   -LIVERPOOL,   LONDON,   GLASGOW, BELFA8T.  Reservations seen red in advance by all  Bailway Agents.  J. E. CARTER, Agent, Phoenix.  H. Mi McCALLTJM, General Agent,  217 McDermot Ave., -  Winnipeg, Manitoba  balm.? ^  Mr.-lJuce|le-fScott one of the lead-  have^no,'bc_iu��tian in certifying theen  tire purity'.jbf:'_^_j-Bu_;; which  in my  opinion is exeelfently-'adapted for. skin-  injunes-Toro-ai^can��csrr'~ ,} \ x  Zam-Buk' curies cuts, "scalds, burns,  bruises, eczema, scalp sores, ringworm,  ulcers, abscesses* chapped places, cold  sores,   blood   poisoning,   chronic  aK-  scesses, etc.    As an embrocation it relieves rhematism^neuralgia, and sciatica.  AH   druggists'and  Stores   sell at   50  cents a box, or; from Zam-Buk  Cc,  Toronto, for price, 3 boxes for $1.25.  Send r cent stamp for dainty sample  box.'- -----       -   ���  �����    ^-      ��<*.  ������ ��� _���  PfeMalx Kallwav Timetable.     r\' .  d P. r.  Leaves for Eholtiand Nelson, 2.10 p.m.  Arrives 6.00 p.m.  great' northern.  Leaves for Grand Forks*and'       J,> ,  Spokane      j.._   ^ _.. ��� 8.55^.  Arrives    ..     '*'.." 6.30 p.m.  VVh'ehr you tell'a business story'with  cold type, see that the work is done in  an artistic way, so that it will-attract  attention, and be convincing.  A Prince Rupert sawmill is in the  hands of a receiver. -' ���  I. O. 0. F.  8NOWSHOK LODGE NO. it  Meet* e��ery Mo-day flveoing  at Miner"' U��l  VlaUingbrelhreu cordially laTiled.  ��� W.A.- Pi'ckjUid Noble Gtand.  W. K. B18LOP. Recoid. Secy.  *   T. A. LOVavPer. flDan. Becy.  Mect.i In Union Hall  Tu:��d��y erenlagi.  Off Inferos. To Women. ~  women as are not seriously out  heal thi but who have exacting duties  perform, either In the war of bouse-  v in social duties and func-  .seriously tax their strength,  as welTSfio aursing mothers. Dr. Pierce _  Favorite Prfcstrlption has proved a most  valuable aupMrtlng tonic and invigorating nervine. By-4to timely use, much  yerlotm glclrncs-ancl   BiirTering  may "Be  K.ofP.M(.E,No.28  PHOENIX, B.C   SoIoufBlog  Brothna Cardial)  ..Welcomed.       :  * R. H. McCRA<KHN,  K. Of R.  8.  Greenwood   Liquor Co.  " "Warren  Nudes  Dyuea  ' -Coos.  Wb;  ������.-���"���' Soc. Total  Boundary Falls..  8  9  23     .40  Deadwood .....  8  5  16       29  9      15  Denbra ...    4  2  Eholt..... ..12  19  7      38  lp4    339  Greenwood.... 129  106  Midway. ......  35  45  6      86  Rock Creek.....  6  3i  9      46  Totals.. 191  217  ��74    593  GRAND   FORKS RIDING                   j  Milter   Gregory  Con.        Ub.  Mclnneo  Soc.   Total  Bannock   6  8  2         16  Carson....... ..14  2  2          18  Cascade.   .  .... 7  9  7      *5  "5    389  J97    29a  Grand Forks... 168  106  Phoenix....... 60  35  __�����  '���  _����_��� __, 1  |A. |i.(i..TotdiurJjor$ '  .60  3*1   I4p[  ation   of  the  Phonnix  City  of  VOTERS' LIST 1908  The following persona shall be entitled  to vote: >  1. Any male or female being a British  subject of the full age of 2ljyear8, who  is the owner of real estate of the assessed  value of not leas than $100.  2. Who being a resident British sab-  ect, duly authorized by the director, of  an incorporated company, which is the  assessed owner of lands.  S. -Who carries on business in the  Municipality, arid ie the holder of a  Trade License.  4. Hoosehdlder.  Provided, however, that in the case of  a holder of t'axle license, or in the case  of a householder, he or .he shfltl, during  the montb of October make and cause to  be delivered to the City Clerk a Statutory Declaration made on a form supplied ��t City Office.  H. HABnuey,  G&tg'Cla&.  voided. Tbe operating table and the  gtirgeons'lcnife. would. |t i�� lyiigveB!  seldom have to bfe employed If this moat  valuable woinanVrprhnriy ww rr^rlpd  to la good time. | The "Favorite Prescrlp-  tlon" has proven a great boon to expectant  mothers by preparing the system for tbe  coming of baby, thereby rsadering childbirth safe, easy, and almost painless.  Bear in mind, please that Br. Pleree's  Favorite Prescription is not a secret cr  patent medicine, against which the most  intelligent   people are quite   naturally  averse, because of the 'Uncertainty as to  their composition and harmless character,  bat Is a MEDiciifs or known compo*i-  tjon, a full list of all its ingredients being  printed, in plain English, on every bottle-  wrappor.   An examination of this list ot  ingredients will disclose the fact that Is ts  non-alcoholic In its composition, chemically pure, triple-refined glycerine talcing  the place of the commonly used alcohoL  in its make-up.   In this connection  It  may not be out of place to state that the  "Favorite Prescription" of Dr. Pierce is  the only medicine put OP for the euro of  woman's peculiar weafcneeees and ailments, and sold through,drnggfsta, all  the ingredienta of which-have the un-  animoiw endorsement of all "the leading  medical: writers and teachers of all the  .BQireral schools oforaetice, and that too  M 'remedies for US ttShessiZ tot which  a TS".  ^Preacrlptlon " fa reeommeodML  A little book of tboao endorsementa wfl]  oe sent to any address, post-paid, ��p4  absolutely free if yon request same by  gwtol card, or tetter, of Dr. B. V. Ptere*  uffato,y. Y. V  _,Pr. PWas's Pleasant Pellets eora egs��-  stlpatior- Stenttpatfan is the eaoao a*  P��j��ydifleaKj8.   Cora tho cans* ana yea  We furnish thetrade all over the   Boundary   with  the Choicest Impoj-u-d and Domestic  Wines, Liquors and Ggars  As w��j ship direct in Carloads, we can   make  prices right, and give prompt shipment.  the  ii  J as. McCteath & Co.  GREENWOOD, B  C.  THE  AMERICAN MINIM REVIEW  ESTABLISHED    IN     1SOO.  THE  MOST PRACTICAL MINERS'  PAPER   IN  THE   WORLD.;^ ��#  ; MINERAL ^A.CT.  >��� -ivomu F.) :''  Ctrtl*����t�� of laiprofamenti.  ;    tlOTJCB,  ���' No 4 ���' Mineral Claim, a tuale In Ihe Gretn-  wood Mining Division of Yale District, Biiliah  Columbia. . . ,   ',  Where loca'ed���lu Ciretnwood Camp.  'TAKK NOTICH that I, Murdock Mclutyre,  Fire Mlntra Certificate No ; B ifilj, intend,  aixty daya from the date hereof, to applr t��">c  Mining Recorder (or a Certificate or Improre-  meata, for the pnrpoj* of obtaining a Cro*n  Grant ofthr'aboTe claim.  : And lurtbrr Take Notice that actiru. under  <ection 3", mint be commenced hefore the i��-  aaance ofmch <��� ert ficatea ol Improremeota.  Dated thl�� 2nd day of October, A.D., long.  MCRDOCfC Mc.NTYRK.  MINBR^AOT  (fobm r.)  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  KOTJO!.  : Woodburu, Woodbura Friclioual.aiid Lucky  Shot Fractional Mineral Clnim*. sjtiiktc i�� !>><  Grand Fork* Mining Divialon or Y��lf DWrlct  Where locked���On Fourth of July Crock.  TAKK KOTICK that I, Svn.VKV M Joh��hoh,  acting a* agent for Junes Carson, Free Mluer'��  Certificate Mo. B_a|o3, intend. ��|_ty daya-frc-m  date hereof, to apply to the Mining K-corder for  a Certificate orrraprovemeiitj, for the purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.  '''��� Andlurther take notice that action,uideraec.  tlon37, muat be commenced before the i��au��nc��  of auch Certlficat. of Improveraenla.  Daled this uth day of ingnst. A.D., tgoS.  SVDNKV U. JOHNSON.  It gives all the Important Mining News, and every issue contains valuable  Special Articles, well illustrated, on subjects of real practical interest to  the every-day mining man. :        : :        .  NOT TOO TECHNICAL BUT JUST RIGHT.  Pabiisfced every Saturday at Los Angeles, California.  MINERAL ACT.  (FORM  F.)  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICE.  , Monaich Fractional, ' Gem Fractional ����<1  Aetna Fractional mineral clalma, the Monarcii  Frac'.lonal mineral Claim being sltuMe In l��e  Grand Fork* MluipK DlTlalon of British Columbia, and the Gem Fractional and the A-<��  Fractional being aitnate lu the Gresnwood Mining Division of British Columbia.  Where located���In Greenwood camp.  TAKK NOTtCB that I, DavW WhiteaWt.of t��e  City of Grand Fork��, British Columbia. <*<�����* >��  the Granby Consolidated, Mining   Smelting *  Power Company. Limited, Free Mlner'a Ce.tlocate No Bio7S��. Intend, ality daya from the d����  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for  Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose  obtaining �� Croaru Grant of the above cl��ii����.  Aud further take notice that action under se  Hon 37, muat beeomtnenied oefore the us^t>  of such Certificate of Improveiaenla.   D*ted tn  iom day of September, A J)., ��9<>*-  4. _|. WHJT��9IP��.  mffiSfflRtgBfflMSStmmmm vi as'���'���  THE PHOENIX PIONEEB.  Butler's PftHosPpnv ���XLVIII.  Resolved, that Darwin was right  when he claimed that we came fiom  lh_ monkeys. I know that I came  from the monkeys and I came pretty  fast. 1 lost my clothes but what are  a few clothes? I didn't lose my temper,  a���d it is worth a lot to know that J  controlled my temper. When you can  control yourself you are a great man.  A happy, go��d tempered man is most  always we I. Bad, ill tempered people  0,,|y breed disease or insanity in themselves and drive away their friends,  sweeten up. "  A Fresh Surl lo B.C.  The following is reported to have  been'found on the wall of a deserted  cabin in the heart of Nebraska: "Fore  miles hum a naber; sixteen miles (rum  a post office; twenty-five frum a rale-  road; forty-one miles frum timber; half  a mile from water; God bless bur home!  We're gone to British Columbia to  get a fresh start."  Patronize horn : industry and smoke  "Boundary"cigar; union made, Havana  ; filled.  1  PAILWAT  ARE yOU CONTEMPLATING A  TRIP TO THE  ORIENT  HONOLULU  AUSTRALIA  NEW ZEALAND  ARE YOU GONTEMPLATING A  TRIP TO  CALIFORNIA  or any Pacific Coast Point  OR A TRIP TO  WINNIPEG, DETROIT,  ST. PAUL, TORONTO,  CHICAGO MONTREAL  BOSTON, NEW YOPK  or any European point thought of.  This Line is equipped with unexcelled  first-class    coaches,   tourist   and  standard sleepers and dining cars,  . ..-coupled, with   safety, speed   and  .-���'.? comfort..,    J       v.  For folders and complete information apply to  J. C   CARTER,  : Ticket Agent, Phoenix, "B.C.  J. C.  PROCTOR,  District Passenger Agent,  Calgary, Alia.  GOSSIP OP COPPER.  Electrification  of   Railways i Win u,e Van  Quantities of Metal.  Copper is not gold���-not, at least, to  any great extent in these present days.  Gold has no ups nor downs, although  frequently the possessors of it have.  But there are good times coming and  when they arrive gold will be glad to  sway with copper. That much may,  in part, be learned from "American  Industries," which in its issue of September 15 prints a second installment  of its excellent article entitled, "Mil-  ions in Railway improvements " Here  is a short synopsis of it: The New  York, New Haven and Hartford Rail  way is accomplishing great results in  the perfection of its system; the roar1  will spend a large sum of money on  its electrification. On the Harlem  branch ihe company is expending $7,-  101,800 in developing the road from a  2-track line to a 6 track one. The  third rail system will be installed and  $2,286,000 will go into electrical  equipment. Other roads- mentioned  upon which vast sums will be expended, are the Pennsylvania, New  York Central and the Lackawanna; on  this latter road it is planned to expend  $14,000,000 for improvements.  Another source of increased use of  copper is modern building constuction.  The immense city office building of  the present day is a costly affair; necessarily such in view of present day  requirements No materials are too  good for such buildings, and among  those used in cases where'metal is  required will be copper. In the new  National City B_nk now under construction in. New York, nearly cne  thousand tons of copper will  lie used,  A canvass of the architects and contractors representing three fourths of  construction now under way in New  York City and environs show that: not  less than fourteen millions pounds of  copper will be used. The more general use of copper in recent times in  industrial enterprises has shown that it  is the most pieciousofthe base metals:  the most economic in the long run.  Oafy Woman Admitted.  The secretary ol the western branch  of the Canadian Mining Institute  recently received official notification  from the head office of the institute,  Montreal, Quebec, of the election as a  member of Mrs. Rosalind Watson  Young, M.A., wife of Dr. Young, provincial secretary.  The election took place at a meeting  of the council of the institute held in  Victoria when the C.M.I, excursion  party was there last month, and Mrs.  Young was then the recipient of,congratulations from several of the officials  of the institute. It is noteworthy; that  when, several years ago, Miss Watson  (now Mrs. Young) was elected an  issociate member of one of the British  Mining institutes, she was also the first  woman member of that institution.  NOTICE TO CREDITORS.  Creditors and others having claims  against the estate of Rowland Jones,  late of Phoenix, B.C., deceased,-who  died at Phoenix on fifth September,  15)08, are > eqnired on or before thirteenth  November, 1903, to send by post or deliver to James W. Main, Administrator,  at the office of the undersigned, Rendell  Block, Greenwood, B C, their names,  addresses and  full   particulars of their  claima,   and   ot   any    oecurlly    held,   by  them duly verified. ��� After said date the  said Administrator will proceed to distribute the assets of the riecnased among  the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which he shall  then have notice.  Dated at Greenwood, B.C.,this seventh  October, 1908.  JOHND.SPENCE,  Solicitor for the Administrator.  Sales Ajeaii;WaBled,.  ,  $36.00 per week or 400% profit All  samples,'stationery and art catalogue  free. We want one permanent agent  in this locality for the largest picture  and! 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. Williams Company, 1214 W. Taylor St., Chicago,  III.  Strength  COMES  FromFood  But it must be well digested,  The power to .think well, work, well,  sleep well, and enjoy life depends main-,  ly' upon the 'ability of your digestive  organs,tp,extract strength and. nourish*  nient from food, When digestion fails,  as in dyspepsia and indigestion, the  body is starved, no:rnMter.liow;iuucU  food is eaten. It also becomes poisoned,  Food remainingln the stomach ferments,  producing poisonous gases, which.being  absorbed into the blood, shatter the  nerves, dull tlie brain, create disease,  and give rise to headaches, languor, loss  ; of appetite, palpitation, flatulence, and  other disorders of.th,e bipod and nerves.  When the stomach, liver and kidneys  fail to perform their functions perfectly,  there is no remedy that will so soon  restore them to. health and vigour ;as  Mother Scigel's Syrup. ^ As a digestive  tonic and stomachic remedy it has no  equal. This is the testimony of thousands,  Mrs. Peter Brennan, Petervillc, P.E.I.,  writing on August  r6th,, 1908, says :���  ���Our little daughter, Annie May, suffered from stomach malady and headaches  for nearly three years. We tried nume.  rous remedies but nothing seemed to do  her any good until we give her a fail  tlrial"brAlotneT-ocijrc��-o-ojri��v^ "=n��ri����  now taken the contents of two bottles  and to-day she is in perfect health.  ��������� ,    a*"**  Price 60 cents a bottle.   Soli! everywhere.  A. J. White & Co., Ltd., Montreal,  m of WM�� nintRAi cums tor dmqut  TAXES IN THE ROSSLAND ASSISSMENT DISTRICT.  TRAINS WILL SOON  RUN TO HEDLEY  To   Rush   Construction Work  On V.V. & E.  "Southern British Columbia will  be the scene of unusual railway construction activity next spring. Mr.  Louis Hill, president of the Great  Northern railway, is desirous of rushing  to ���'ompletion his through line���the V.  V. & E.���between Vancouver and the  Boundary district. There yet remains  to be.closed the-gap between the  Siniilkameen and Sumas,; where the V.  V. & E. connects'with the Northern  Pacific system,.also controlled by the  Hills. It will be a-big task to surmount the jHope1. mountains, ; but I  understand that satisfactory grades  have been secured," said Mr. Patrick  Welch of,Spokane,.,:a member of the  firm of Foley, Wejch and Stewart, railway contractors, who are building the  coast1 Section of the Grand Trunk  Pacific. A .-; v.;   ������. ���'.-.:���'������',���  The same firm also built the V.V. &  E. from Marcu��, Wash., where it  connects with the Great Northern from  Spokane, through the. Boundary district and Similkameen to Keremeos.  Mr. Welch Is here on railway business."  :>JThe VVi', & E. has been ^completed as far as' Keremeos, and late  this fall trains will be tunning 25 miles  further to Hedley. ,-��� As work will be  continued all winter we expect to  reach Princeton in. May. Then the  task of building over the Hope mountains into the Fraser river valley will  be undertaken, and rushed to completion with all possible speed. I  expect to see through trains from St.  Paul running into Vancouver before  the end of 1909,"���Vancouver Province.  Judicious advertising is the only real  way to "stir things up." Costs less  than salesmen, and brings better re"  turns than the most silvery-tongued  salesman could.    Try the Pioneer.  1'iouer pan  LIST   ABOVE   MENTIONED.  GREENWOOD MINING DIVISION.  OWVKK.  NAME OF  CLAIM.  Kosetihaupt, Sidney ���    f:o8enhnnpt, Sidney   loody, John A             ��� ��� ���������;���,   Naden, U.K., and C��n|hel1, J. .1 ....������  Holbrooki   D, A, Oliver, K   II.,  and I  Poughcrty, Mary (5 1  Machin, Henry T.      . ������ - ��� y:{,' n'{'D'\  Kane Michael H., Nelson,./ W. Price,)  MT, Parry,  Evan, and  Morrison}  ���   Jj^wrentte S      Machin, Henry T-. ��� ���   Kinney, <~|iar|es   ;Kinnev, Charles.     ������������������.   Domini .11 Copper Co,, 1 .til    Combination M. and M. C.y....... ������  -���  Lind A T ��� Bell. Charlea N,; *.cKen->  - fi Kenneth ; Fuller, H.V.I Snyder,  B.M.; Bunting H��� and estate of A.}  Ferguson   Hiter, G     ��� ��� ���        ;   Dominion Copper C<>., Liu ��� ��������� ��� ��� T j,';  Bonndary-Klkhorii M.Co.. X'.V,^-  Mackenzie, Win., and Sutherland, tl...  Matthews, John '  Lontier, Leon ��� ��� ���  ��� ��� ���; "  Dominion Copper Co.   i-t��   ;��ohUBng Mining Co., Ltd ...  ��� ��� ��� - ��� ���  Williams, W.R.; Cameron, D. A., awil  Mann, D. I>       ������ ��� ���:,��������� \,   i,''  Sanson, O.W.H., and Madden, M. b...  Haas, J. C. and McNicol.Jas    Naden, G. B  ��� ������ '  Miller, G. F   ������.������ -^   Spokane-Boundary Miimi 1 Lo   Macy, W., and Law, W. M... ��� ��� ��� ���  ��� ���   ���  Morrison Mines,  Ltd., Crane, Or. I\. I  and Fraser, J. S. O .... ������;������;;;  No-ris, W. H , and Beekwith, J����       .  Benermun.Spencer.and dough lunula I  KoBenhaupt, Sidney    Morrison Mines, Ltd.. ������     Ooegriff, C, and Mjdntyre, M      Livingston, Thos. Dickaaon   Matthews. John ������������������������,;;,��� "i"'  Norris, W. H., and Beckwith, Jaa.....  King, riiomus ....��������� ��� ������ ��� ���   Dominion Copper Co., Lt(   Dominion Copper Co., IAU    Kiter, G , ami Beauchine t   Arcadia ...  Astoria   Baltimore.  Barbara ..  Bee   Bengal ...  Blue jay   Bristol   Bnlldoi! .������������  Bull Uo�� Friction  v. o. n   Combination   LOT   NO.  Coronation.  Copperopolis      ICrown Siluer    Elkhorn   Bnttrpilse    Kureku Fraction   Fir-t Chance ��� ��� ��� ���  Kloreiicu Fraction      G ,ld Buk   Gold Kagle   Gold Finch    ireat Hesppr   lomestuke   \,a. IMhua   f,:iyt Chance   Liltle Chief   Ultle BufTulo Fruction.  Lvgia      Moonlight    ���   ���������  Morning Star   Morrison   Mullen   Preston ���   ���  ���  Putnam      Queen ,      S. F. Fraction   Standard       Stem winder   Sycamore     3135  31S4  2391  817  S8't  2305  1287  2370  3256  8641  928  1458  33��5  1852  789  818  (517  3269  444(S)  1470  890  921  820  1887  181)2  1393  753  1406  1717  2655  1528  2570  654  1850  ttflS  3160  1535  832  982  588  1578  TASKS   DUK  $  5  50  12 7N  It 25  7 25  11 25  13 00  12 50  10 25  8 00  U 75  12 50  13 00  3 75  4 75  12 00  4 00  7 60  11 2S  1 25  10 00  2 75  10 00  13 00  12 50  11 60  11 75  12 75  11 50  11 25  13 00  12 75  8 75  13 00  9 50  13 00  10 75  10 00  2 00  3 60  It 50  COSTS.  $2 00  00  00  00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  3 TO  2 00  2 00  2 00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  �� 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  T��'T��L.  I 7 50  14 75  13 25  9 25  13 25  15 00  14 50  12 25  10 00  13 75  14 50  15 00  PROVINCIAL.  Kaslo high school pupils publish a  little wtekly paper.  Tames Crawford of Moyie committed  suicide at Kamloops.  Fire in the mill yard at Wattsburg  destroyed a million feet of lumber, last  week. :'���"���'  Moyie is ambitious. It proposes to  build the largest rink in the province,  i66!x 75 leet.  Tenders are being called for the  erection of a new postqlrlce at Vernon,  to cost $35,000. ^  It is stated the entire Hindu colony  of 5,000 is to be moved from British  Columbia to British Honduras.  John Pertella has been sentenced at j  Vancouver for the murder of Mrs.'  Jenkins, about three months ago.  Advices /rom Field state that all  outside work in connection with the  reduction of the ! big'Hill grade at  Field would be completed inside of  the next three or four weeks. At the  present time some 600 men are employed there but this force will shortly  be much reduced! It is expected that  the entire work will: be completed  about'February next     "  --PERURIA A WONDEf&UL-ttOON  IN MY OLD AGE,  ��0<>i>0^0O<>O<>.Cr<>0<>O0O<>0<><)<>O<><>O^0<KH>0^<^0<>0'  J Church Servioes Tomorrow $  Methodist���Service every Sunday  evening at 7.30; Sunday School at 3.30  p.m.; choir practice Friday evening  7.30; Geo E. Strachan.  St. Andrews' Presbyterian. Church  Preaching      Service     tomorrow    at  7:30  p. m. Sunday school and Bible  class at 2:3c p.m.    A cordial welcome  to all.   Rev.  Samuel  Lundie, Pastor  Catholic���Church of Our Lady 01  the Good Counsel.���Divine Service  every and and , 4th Sunday of ^each  month. Holy Mass, 10 a.m. Sunday  School, 2:30 p.m. Vespers and Bene  diction 7:30 p.m. Father J. A.  Bedard. O.M.I. Pastor  MUS. MAHATjA 11EID, Corbyvllle,  .   ,Ont.;.Cahada,-.writes:   '  "Your celebrated remedies have T  been a wonderiui boon to me In* my l  ���  oldmge. 1  1    ��� t "��� ��� ��i m ��� m ��� I '% m ��� m m ' ���' 'rt ���' ��� ���    ������'<�����  t Heartily A^pjrovfso/Pe'rM-iia.and A/dn-a-li/i/or Kidney.andBowel ,7)roup/e%  >000000<��0<::- b-o'ic-O-O-OO O C OOn>OOHb-0<>O^C-0<K>-0-C>b 000^0<><>00-0<H>b^O  The blood being' surob'argod M'ith  acids, which ordinarily .find their.escape through tho.bowola .when they"��r��  regular, rheumatism.ia tho.roBuH. ;  - Acid blood forms cr'yBtalB'��j*i��tcte\-*c-  cnmdlate about the ligaments, cartilages and sometimes the bones In ilia  joints.  Such morbid accumulations of blend  throw oxtra work upon tho kidne.vi.  Tho kidneys being "unablo to perform  the unusual ;labor of'excreting those  poisons, ofteuttglyo ���way.anil:, kldnty  troublo is tho resul t.  ji Permanent rollol cmnoi -b�� re����oj>^-  bly expected except by corxoctlug.thi  pons.tipatlon;  "I-.have not boeu in so good health for  ���everal years;as how. I was.troubled  .with cpnstipaliou, rheumatism and  kidney trouble.  "A little over two.years ago, I: com-  ...plotcly.lost my health, hecomlng.. al-  nioBt helpless, when a dear' friend sent  mo your remedies, Pcruna and M&aalin.  I began to take them, following the  directions on^the bottle. I very goon  began to feel benefited by their use and  continued to take them.  "I��m now completely recovered from  the above ailments, in fact, better than  I have been for years past. I cannot  praise the remedies too highly and will  always recommend them to others."  Constipation is almost sure to set np  other derangements.  Rotaiucd accumalatlons vrithln tho  bowels are partly reabsorbed into tho  system,producing sometimes rhevuna-  tism. sometimes kidney troublo.  .  .  .  ��   0��  �� < ��  '   ���  Regular bowels are a great safe  \gumrd to health.    Pei una and-Man-  [alia are unexcelled the world over!  \tor chronic ��diseases affecting? t he t  .bowels and kidneys.  ����������*���  'Mrs.W. "VV. Lamastor, 8127 MeAteo,  Avo.jliouisyillo, ICy ...writes:  "I (suffered for twenty-six years with  bladder and kidney trouble, aud being  advised to pivo Periina a trial, Iclid so.  Eight bottles of Peruna iind.thr.ee.l.'pt.  ties"of. Manalifl entirely.cured.me."  PALACF LIVERY STABLES  HU1D0CK MdNTVRE, Prop.  35  Horses,   Full   Liveiy   Equipment,  Have taken  over  the  Lumber  Yard  and will carry a   full  stock.  DRY   WOOD   IN   ANY   QUANTITY  Trompt Atteation to   orders  ���I any. boar of day or ni(bt.  (PHOWE34.J  I FALL  NECESSITIES  S FOR MEN and BOYS  ��  Shipments of Fall and Winter Needfuls are now arriving 35  ���CLOTHING,   HATS,    CAPS,    BOOTS,    SHOES, wjg  SHIRTS,   COLLARS,   TIES,   UNDERWEAR,   SOX, M|  and  everything  else a   well-dressed   man   may   require, mk  Get the habit���rdealat Brown's���and you will save money. ~~  THO*. BROWN,  GENT'S.    ��,   ���.  FURNISHINGS  fiM>JlWfftll>l��W��W��l^#illWl>8WWlMljWlMf^^  JOHN APPLEBY  Contractor and Builder  TELEPHONE   A-5B.  Dealer in Rough and Dressed Lumber  Estimates Furnished  All  Kinds   of Repair   Work   Done  9  g Office and Yard on 4  �� Old Ironsides Ave., Phoenix, B. C |  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  2 00  2 00  2ftQ  COMFORT & QUALITY  IN  FOOTWEAR  Carnages 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 Slur* el th�� Public Patronage SoEcrU* 'PHOHE 17 I  o:c:o.o:c.c.c.c:o:o:c;c:o:o;o;o:oj  P. 0. Bex SI.  Phoenix Market.  ���Phone 2.-  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  Choice Line of Fresh and Cured Meats  Poultry, Fish and Game in Season : :  All    Orders   Receive   Prompt Attention.  Markets at Greenwood, Grand Forks, Midwav,  Eholt and  all  the other  principal Cities and Towns in B.C., Alberta and Yukon.  Headquarters:  NELSON, B.C.  Headquarters for Boundary:  GREENWOOD, B.C.  THERE'S SATISFACTION C ^/  IN SMOKING THE   *   * t^y^/t.  **  mmms  CIGAR  Protect your health by protecting your feet���oui  Shoes are corn and bunion dectors. Let us make  your shoes to measure, and you will have com-  forfortin wearing 'hoef.   Satisfaction Guaranteed;  ,     Large Stoek  of fine  BOOTS  AND SHOES,  RUBBERS, etc., to select from   MINERS' BOOTS,   MITTS   AND  GLOVES ARE SPECIALTIES.  SOLD EVERYWHERE  ASK FOR IT. * j* *  PHOENIX SHOE SHOP  A   j. TURANO, Proprietor.  PKoenix  Pure and wholesome.     Cold and as bracing in its  coolness as a breeze from the North  in Summer.  Rossland, B. C, October 4th, io��8-  J. ,KIRK:UP, Collector.  Tfe�� Pionc&r for Fins Commercial Printing  &ffi��"n��    "BEST BEER IN THE BOUNDARY/'  WHY?    Because ita  manufacturers employ  nil of their energy to  the  turning out ol :i perfect Beer  from  the b'ist materials obtainable.  ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL ICE,  ETC. PHONE 23  oenix   Brewing   Co,  (I 'Sj!  It  .1  <Hll&i*^.LTL\'J.&!*Art.VXttZ.?^jv&.L'^  J^^.^.^^'^^^M.,',  MijMiamwiiliirtiiaWiH^^  artrass h>  k>  mi  ,# ���  I  THE PHOENIX PIONBBH.  <>  Announcement  '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.  In and Around Phoenix  if�� J. BRIEF   TOP'CS   Of  LOCAL   AND   OHNKRAl ^  eg INTEREST,TO   PHOENICIANS. *** WW  a  trip   through  from   Mclntom  J.,;M HftRf LEY, 1m^  "S  1 SCHOOL SUPPLIES  WE have everything in this, line��� PENCILS, SCRIBBLERS,  SLATES, TEXT BOOKS for ail grades, EXERCISE BOOKS,  BAGS, etc.     Let us supply jour wants in School supplier.  OFFICE   STATIONERY  WE are headquarters for all office requirements. BLANK  BOOKS kept in stock���and what we have not got- we can get  for you.     INK,  WRITING MATFRIAL, RULES, Etc     ..    ..  McRAE BROS., LIMITED  Magazines      j*      Dally Papers      **      Stationery g  e-j  Order your  wood  iney.    Phone B 32.,  Oyster  cocktails   at   the   Brooklyn  bar���oysters fresh daily.  Contractor   Appleby  is   erecting a  new residence for Dan. Biner,  A. A.   Evelyn of the   E.T.   Bank  went to Grand Forks on Tuesday.  Houses for sale or rent������apply to  McAuliffe, the tailor, Dominion ave.  Commencing next week public  school hours will be from 9 a.m. to  3.P-"V\ ���'.      ::   .   '   :        . -;.'-: ������'.':'��� I  Mrs. JohnKelsey arrived from^Spo-j  kane this week   to  join, her husband  here.  Don. Darrbw and Arthur Webster  left Tuesday for a week's shooting-at  Christena lake.  Port wine and claret, specially selected for family trade; 75c. per bottle  at Hotel Brooklyn.  A. Gilman, Harry Hazelwood and  B. Boone left yesterday on a shooting  trip up the West Fork.  John Appleby, contractor, has purchased a teaming outfit in connection  with his lumber business.  Tuck Collins is on  the Siniilkameen.  Apply to  D. ��J. Matheson  insurance Bgent  FIRE,      uns  Avr��  ACCIDENT.  The Brooklyn hotel.has just received  a consignment of selected wines from  St. Catherines���port, sherry      "  Thos. Johnston, formerly of Phoenix,  but lately of Rossland and Vancouver,  returned to camp'this week.  The Sunday school of the Methodist  church is;already preparing for their  annual Christmas entertainment.  Lost���-On Oct. 23rd, a gents' gold  watch, open face, with short chain  attached. Finder kindly leave ai  Pioneer office.  Dry wood   m  car  lots.  J. Trombley, Phoenix, B. C  Before buying your furniture else  where, call on R. J.Gardner.  Mrs. A. Schulli returned on Saturday from a month's visit at Banff.  The Pioneer will introduce a novel  advertising page early in November.  James Weir returned Friday evening  from a trip to 'his old home in Nova  Scotia. .-,. ������   :'������-���  w> J. Shajpe,. representing Sharpe &  Irvine, brokers, Spokane, was in town  on Thursday. '  If: you would vote at the next  municipal elections get your name on  the list today.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, will be at. his  Phoenix office, bank block, Nov. 10 to  13th.    Phone A. 18.  R. P. Williams of Rossland, representing the Canadian Rand company,  was in town yesterday. /  The Phoenix Liberal association are  opening committee rooms in the store  formerly occupied by Prendergast's  bakery.  We are pleased to note that Miss  Mauvey Bateman, who has been ill  with appendicitis, is now rapidly recovering.  The more you know about tea, the  more you will appreciate the delicate  fragrance and delicious flavor of  "S ilada" Tea.   ..  Election  smoke  is  clearing away  the Judges are convalescent.        ��� ���   '  Rumor has it that Messrs. Carter  and Matthews will shortly make ��� a  business trip to Spokane, returning via  Quebec.  ���Mr. and Mrs. Tim were visitors "in  town Saturday.  According to the P.E I. Guardian,  Angus McKinnon has a fresh supply  of fish stories to peddle at the bungalo.  Aii experienced lover recommends  Patterson's chocolates and chewing  gum as sure cupid bait. i  On the way from Snowshoe mine to  the Brooklyn hotel to hear the returns  Monday night, Sam offered to bet Bill  $50 that Laurier would not have more  than. 20 majority. Without asking  any questions on arrival at hotel Bill  turned to Sam and said he would take  the bet. "Oh, no," said Sam, I saw  Jimmy's face myself."  ��M  Some false figures representing Anti-  gonishe having gone Liberal was  responsible lor one native carrying  three election jags Monday night.  m  Presented herewith  is a snap of Shea's  and Murdock's renowned prize birds  squaring up at the  start (1 the 42nd  round at the Bungalow last Sunday af-  bers ran even in large sums  The Devil Sees the Holy Clly.  The guy what distributes  "com 1 w" fur the local show  house evidently thinks the  "Holy City" is no place for  the devil; lin .neglected to  supply us with the necessary  pass. But we found nothing  cheap about St. Peter; he was  at the gate, his marble heart melted,  we saw the whole cheese. King Herod,  had the best job of the whole bunch,  land he knew what to do with booze.  Harold Nelson is all right but he need;-  a devil to put on the finishing touches  ���Pioneer Devil.  W. F. Revdey <f Medley spent��� ?  few days in town this week with Join  Love and visited'the Granby 4^0-level  Air. Reveley was leturning irom 1  three months' trip to the coast. v  Slorrin, Thompson  " Company  Fresh  CLOTHES OF  FIDELITY    BONDS,  CO.Vf.VflSSIOXBR    FOR  �������������������� PLATS    GLASS  TAKIXG    AFFIDAVITS  1PHOEIVIX,   B.C.  See the line of fine Rattan Arm  Rockers we have at the very special  prices of $5 and $5.50. "Binns, the  Furniture Man:"     < .  'Men of  ijcrdomiliiy iivofd  the com-  mom place  in   dri-gH.    They ineliui  towards clothes   with   nn   uleuieiii  of character.    Whether It be 11 suit  or an overcoat of ours, that clcmeni  is jiosiiive.    It litis its source in tin  exceptional manner in  which eveiy  garment is designed mid  (iiilutcd  We invite you to int-pect our show  ing   of   WOOLLENS   FOR   KALI  SUITS.     It.  is tin  exhibit of  lim  fabrics.      .    ....    ..        I.IIIKRA.. SUPPLY COMING  EVERY  SLCOND DAY.  Every Egg  Guaranteed ... 60c. doz  Fancy Eastern  'Kggs ���������..-..... 35c. doz.  Don't forget when you are in need  of furniture that I have a full stock of  up-to-date goods at moderate prices���  'Binns, the furniture man."  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.-. - ���   .  Citizens of Phoenix riot on the  voters' list,' and entitled to a vote  should have their names registered at  the city hall today.  To    let���two roomed    house,   fur  nished, next  to  Presbyterian  church;  rent, $ro per month.    Apply to  Win  Lindsay, Morrin,. Thompson-Co  Sam   McConnell  logging camp   established   at   West-  bridge by F. C. Buckless.    The logs       the death of' Mrs.1 Nancy   Parker,  are being driven to Cascade Mill. w;fe 0f w. D. Parker occurred at Che  The curling rink has been re-covered, welah, Wash., on Oct., 19th, after an  new addition built to spcelators' room, illness . of ' several months, aged 50  and the local enthusiasts are looking  years.  , Mr.   and   Mrs.   Parker   and  This is the last day to secure discount for prompt payment of city taxes.  R. HORRELL  ; FANCY  TOKAYS, 50c basket  FANCY CORN'ICIII.NS,   ��� :������ ��������� ���   5�� cents liasbt  KANCY CONCORDS,  ��� ��� ��� ��� ������ ���   75 cents kiskct  .MERCHANT .-.TAILOR  is in charge of ai  If you are thinking of building or  require building material of any kind  ���lumber, shingles, lime, brick���call  on me for figures. Phone A 44. C.  A. "Ross. ' ~~  Death of Mrs. Parker.  Tbe death "of Mrs.1 Nancy  I forward to a good season of curling  Twixt" love and money,"  is   the  j name of an opera comedy now under  ��� j preparation  and will be presented in  I PICTORIAL POST CARDS  family came to Phoenix several years  ago, 'Mr.'r'Parker, ...engaging-  in   the  dairying' business/ but a few months  ag0 thev rern��vcd back to CHewelah,  II Phoenix opera house earhTTn Decern"  where  the'r" daijfehter,   Mrs.    Lorah,  |p~.. ___���^ 1 . _���presides.    Del bert?- Parker,, a_ son    ~��-  PORTHE 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 you may have.  All prescription work receives prompt and careful  attention, in which only  the  purest~TJrugs~are~ ustfd."  Butter  GOLDEN  ROSE CFEAMERY,  40 Cents  per pound  GOVERNMENT  CREAMERY,  14   Pound Boxes/ $4.90  NICE, NEW, NATTY  with chic ideas to- suit  through them,  and you will  PICTORIAL   POST   CARDS,  every occasion.     Have a   look  find what you  want.  PIPES AND TOBACCOS  1 i   Our   selection   of   PHES" is Marge, "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 CIGAREHES  For a pleasurable smoke try the' famous.'.' BOUNDARY "  ,., ,,.v^>^CIGARrrwe have it and 'all- the other favorable brands.  Our stock of cigarettes is'complete.  ' '  FRUITS & 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.  Mrs. Coutts went to Grand- Fo'flis  on Wednesday where she will reside in  future. Miss.Rossie Coutts. accompanied her and remained for a short  visit.. . ,.   ,  ,, Rev, S. Lundie, John and-James  McRae returned last night from their  trip up the West,Fork, bringing, three  deer as a result of their fortnight's expedition.      ,_' -    ^   -,       -- -     ��� .  ,'  ' " Arrangements are now 'completed  for the Odd Fellows dance to be given  in Miners' Union hall on Thanksgiving  evening, ' Nov. ipth." Music will be  furnished by Boundary Falls orchestra.  Rev. J. D. P. Knox of Rossland  will conduct the anniversary services  in Greenwood .Methodist church tomorrow. Mr. Knox is a former pastor  and will renew acquaintances for a���few  days.  S fileS rac-DBtrmior  TEAMSTER BREAKS HIS NECK.  Ezra   Eddy Palls eff Load  of Lumber sat  Ij Killed.  While driving ^a .team "near ��� West  bridge, on Friday, of last  week   Ezra  Eddy,'aged 6o years, fell forward off  the load of lumber. upon   which  he  was. sitting.    Hugh   McKinnon,   who  was driving a team nearby, saw Eddy  fall and removing him from under the  wagon hastened help from West bridge,  but before their arrival the unfortunate  man had expired.    At the inquest Dr.  Spankie  of  Greenwood testified that  death had resulted from a broken neck.  Deceased came from near Ottawa.   ;  BOUNDARY & KOOTENAY IMS ORE RECORD  LOVE'S DRUG STORE  Cheese  Ontario Cream Chssse, 20c pound  Imparted Swiss Cheese, 35c pound  Rbmana, 60 cents per psund  Picirihq, 60 cehts psr pound  Limburger, 2 pounds 75 cents  Dutch Cheese, $1.00 eacK  MMMfUiAAMM *WIW  ' J On . Monday, ,evening, Nov. and,  Rev. R. Newton Powell of Nelson is  ["billed to deliver his well-known illustrated lecture, f'Short trip through the  West Indies," in the Methodist church,  Greenwood.  The subject of Rev. G. E. Strachan  in the Methodist church tomorrow i  evening will be "King Herod and his]  troubled conscience." On Sunday,  Nov. 8th, Rev F. J. Rutherford of  Greenwood will conduct service and  administer the sacrament of the Lord's  supper.  Harold   Nelson  and   his  company  were   given a  splendid   reception,, in __.���..  Phoenix   opera   house   on   Saturday Trail...........  evening .when   they fpresented   "The Northport(LeRoi)  Holy     Citv."     Hnrn'M '   NWc���      i��� ��<  Shipment* and Smeier Receipt! For Year l��  '��� ,\. -- ������������ ,, --. ,  Ore shipments from the various  mines of Boundary and Kootenay, and  the receipts of ore at 'the"smelters of  boutheastern British Columbia for last  week and for 1908 to date are as  follows: -      .      j , r       ��� ,  ?'SHIPMENTS. W^EK. YEAR  20Un.da7 34,2061,132,464  Rossland  .     . 5j4c,3    ' �� '** *  East Columbia River  2,025  Cigars and Tobaccos  WE make a specialty of CIGARS AND TOBACCOS,^  and carry a variety of'the best brands.   ���    ���'"'+'���  2 2 7,4 r 4  80,636  THE PURE MATERIALS used i��� the manufacture  ol our Candies imparts an unusually rich and  p easing taste. - Try them if you want the best  in Sweets. ������    +    +    *    +    4><>    +    +  Prepared Heals  Bsilsd Ham, 35c pound  Ashland Cooked Ham, 25c lb.  Summer Sausage, 35c pound  Italian Salami, 35 csnts pound  Cooked Calv��s Tongue, Si .00 Jar  Coeked SheepsTongue $ 1.00 Jar  Smoked Halibut, 20 cents pound  Smoked Kippers, 20 csnts pound  CRANBERRIES, CELERY,  BANANAS,  SWEET POTATOES,  CANTALOUPES  fi  AL. ALMSTROM,  9 -Cv      "*-      -v*k      HSADQUARTERS   FOR -MUSICAL   INSTRUMENTS.  LOWER  TOWN  Holy City." Harold Nelson hasjMarysyille.,.  seldom headed a better company. The  play has a. wealth of strong characters,  which were' admirably taken, the  voices being particularly-.adapted..  Applaus^ by ;the audience^ wash hot-  stinted  Total 411634  SMELTER    RECEIPTS���  Granby     21,840  B.C. Copper Co...   9,754  Dominion ; Cop. Co.  *---���' 8,205:  ���if '79  *.-i��  842,684  253.036  21,872  2S4i99o  69,468  S.730  V  Total  :  40,798 1,447,780  Utett Mjnioi Slock Quotitlons.  Judicious advertising is the;pn|y real  way to "stir things tip." Costs less  than salesmen, and brings better returns than the most silvery tongued  salesman could,    Try the Pioneer .  i The stock market ii:a sure?indicator  of the trend of business.';; A mpre,;hrioy-  ant feeling is pervading the different  markets, and all stocks:��re;firm at the  following quotations:  B.C. Copper       6.75        7.00  Domin. Copper 93j��   ,100  Granby.. ,.       95.00     106 00    '���  With the newest and most mo.lern machinery, we are now in  a  position to handle the largest or smallest onlers  with dispatch and at the lowest possible prices.  BEST OF WORK  GUARANTEED.  Patronize Home Industry.  Phone No. 25  Prompt attention to all orders  MILES > MEACHAM, managers.  Dominion Ave., .-"'���"  Phoenix   B C.  FOB SALE^ Fir and  Tamrack $5 per cord  Pine $4.50 per cord.  Phone Your Order To  No. JB 3-2  J. McIMTOMINEy!  Coeur  CARNEY   COFFER   ORE  ., :fr.P^^'^:'��PPdfcto Mr. Geo. INew��*,-���-.  d Menes^ining Engineer and   Expert^ne^i0n.ist  Min^^fe^g^^?^- datej)ct. 12th, X907 this best known expert  great deal of time tracing the dike  whth nl'Zl^J^ZJZP01*-   X nave Put ��� a  and may have a propel s^l���e^���^  HARDWARE  DEPART.  If you need a HEATICR lor  Winter, we ask you to h'OK our  line over before buying.  We have Heaters to suit everyone, from $3.75 to $25 00, and  remember we put ever Heater  we sell up free of charge. If you  neid a RANGE OR COOK  STOVE we want to figuie with  yoii on it.  OUR LINE OF WTCHfcN SroVfS  IS COMPLETE  We will take your old Stove  as part payment.  It will mean a saving for yon  if you get our price on anything  you are thinking of buying in  GROCERIES OR HARDWARE.  WE WANT YOUR  TRADE  COMPANY  *mm  -sassasas!  For full particulars rallyon or write  JPUJ MARTIN. PHOENIX, B. C.  ~^.^�����^^?is^^


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