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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Sep 26, 1908

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 AND   BOUNDARY   MINING  Ninth Year.  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26,  19o8  _______ 7 -..?���:��� .--j. .   ������      ':,-���-��� ���������  AT BOUNDARY MiNfes.  AND .SMELTING WORKS  Ladies' and Children's  fall ;ju^1 Wiutei ���<N.is  HAVING- decided to discontinue handling  this line, we offer our remaining stock  of these garments at an ENORMOUS  SACRIFICE.  ���      In"'marking these, goods for sale, we  have entirely lost sight ot costs and values.  "The prices below will give you an idea  of what this sale .really means to you in  money saved.  10 LADIES' WATER-PROOF COATS, full-.  length, in Tweeds and Cravenettes, ranging in price from $10 /.'to., $20; your pick  fbr $5.00;      7  ,;;���;���,; .::,, i.'i ?',...>,   :\r'  25 LADIES' TWEED ��� CLOTH JACKETS  three-quarter7ahd:7short lengths, ready  sellers at $7.50 and; $12.50.     Sale price,  _$4X>0 and $5.00.  22 MISSES'   and   CHILDREN'S   TWEED -  .-COATS, with braid and velvet trimmings  m^ coat   for  school  girls.  Regular prices, $3 50 to $12.   Selling today at from $1.50 to $7.50.  See our window. It is the finger-post of  OPPORTUNITY, showing you the way  TO SAVE YOUR MONEY.  "YOU MUSI' BE QUICK TO GET THE PICK,  WE'VE MADE THE PRICE TO DO THE TRICK."  1 he enlarging of the first furnace at  the Granby smelter will be completed  about the end of the month.  . ��� Development work is to commence  shortly on the Binel group"'of claims,  for which lenders are now being called.  Ross Thompson, formerly operating  ���in the Boundary, is now operating a  copper property in the Yerington  district, Nevada.  A;new lead of high grade grey copper and ruby silver, four inches wide,  has been located on the Sally mine,  West Fork.  W. C. Dah'sb, of New York, formerly  with the Providence Mining company,  has been in the Boundary looking over  mining propositions.  The B.C, Copper company's smelter  treated 12,078 tons of ore this week,  as follows: Mother Lode, 9,841 tons;  pro Denoro, 1,523; other properties,  7 ��. 4 -   /"'  . ,H.. V. Fuller, one of the large  owners of the Bay mine, has been in  the Boundary endeavoring to settle  some litigation with a quarter interest  in ,the property.  Slow progress is beinp made in driving the tunnel on the Lucky Shot,  which is now in some forty feet. A  very bard body of iron capping has  been encountered.  A test car of ore has been shipped  from the War Eagle to the Trail  smelter. The ore was hauled ovei  Granby hill and shipped Irom the  Victoria spur. ���  '-* The B7C. Copper smelter has treated  209,771 tons of ore since resuming in  June, an average of over 50,000 tons  per month. This is an increase of  about 75 per cent, over the same  months last year.  The Dominion Copper company  have commenced the erection of a new  machine shop at the smelter to replace  the one. destroyed by fire some weeks  .aao. Orders... have. been placed  for  new machinery to equip it.  The tunneLon the Wood burn property in Wellington camp, is now in  abcut 200 feet and the indications of  ore are very satisfactory to the management. The tunnel is to be driven 400  feet to get depth and the hammer and  drill are kept busy with three shifts  operating.  Henderson and Gummines are operating on their claim on Wallace mount-  tain. ��� .'.._:���';���       /������ ���  J. D. Sword and partners are rushing  development work On their Bell claim,  West Fork..:. 7       '���:.;.-���. ..  Harry Johns, who has been manager  at the B.C. Copper company's Na-  polean mine, near Orient^ Wash , is  expected in Phoenix shortly and will  be in charge of the operations on the  company's newly acquired; properties  in Wellington camp which will commence on Monday.  The Granby company will shortly  install a new heating system at their  powder thaw, replacing steam by electricity. Air-will be heated by means  of electric coils and blown; by a fan  into the thaw. If the hew system  operates satisfactorily a similar one  will be installed at the,Gold Drop.  As a result of the splendid showings  in the recent development, work at the  B. C. Copper company's Mother  Lode mine, much interest, has been  created among prospector&lwith adjoining claims in Deadwood camp, where  the Dominion Copper company's Sunset mine is also located. ~ A company is now. being formed, to develop  the Greyhound group of claims located  there. 7 '7  What gives promise of \jyet being a  big shipper of rich copper-gold ore is  the Bruce property, near Midway.  The contractors progressed 20 feet  during the past week in< driving the  tunnel. The ore on the surface ran  15 to. 20 per cent, copper, but the  formation is broken. J. C. Haas,M.E.,  who. located the claim some fourteen  years ago, has great faith iri the property,  and is now directing theeiPtospecting  and developing to locate the lead at a  depth.  Small forces of men are still at work  at both the Brooklyn and Rawhide  mines of the Dominion Copper company. The chutes and,pockets of both  the properties are all well filled with  ore, and large bodies of''ore have been  blocked .. out. The*7 srnSlter..-.; furnace  which,has been out of commission for  several weeks, is still cold; and the  -iooai...-manai'.e.ment���~are~���awaiting iiv  st'ructions from the KeadquaftersofThe  company to resume operations. It is  anticipated that the furnace will be  blown in by Oct. 1 st.  C P.R. OFFICERS AT  EHOLT INJURED  Special Train Brings   Physician From Grand Forks ���  There was trouble at.Canip Eholt,  the Boundary railway headquarters, on  Satutday night.���.;.���.In a7melee of some  kind, the facts of which cannot be  obtained, C. H. Roberts, a C.P.R.  special cohsta.ble,,and. J. Konalki,7a  foreigner, who' was car inspector, were  seriously injured. Dr. Kingston, C.P.  R. physician, was wired for, and  arrived by special train from Grand  Furies at 5 a.m. Sunday.  Roberts' was badly cut about the  head and arms, one cut on his head  requiring several stitches. He is progressing favorably, but still under  medical attendance. The car inspector is able to be around again.  Trouble has been brewing at Eholt  more or less ever since the C.P.R.  mechanists' strike commenced, but  residents there claim the strikers have  not been lhe cause. The town is again  in quietness.   . :... ���  Prospector Visits Phoenix.  J. F. Rice of Colville, Wash., was a  gu?st at the Brooklyn for a few 'days  this week. Mr. Rice is a pioneer prospector and with his partner, Al. McKinney founded Camp McKinney.and  located the Cariboo mine'in 188777;: 7  Boumlaty Sid6 Lights  Steals $22.40; dels 23 months.  Charles Wilcott, convicted at Ross  land on Monday of breaking into the  cash register at the Central hotel and  stealing $22.40, was sentenced by  Judge Plewman to 23 months' imprisonment with hard labor.  IXSAUJXLJUJiJiJL^^  SNAPS PORTO-  DAY ^MONDAY  (t  Italian Prunes 201b. boxes 60c.  Green Gage Plums, 201b. boxes  "       "      6.0c.  Italian  Prunes,   3^lb.   Grates,  �� " .'������"        75c.  Green Gage Plums, 351b. Crates,  V"       "       "        75c.  Tomatoes, 201b.  Ripe  Green  a  a  Boxes,  $1.25  Tomatoes for Pickling,  "     30c. lb.  Fancy Crab Apples, $1.50 p. box  Fancy    White   Crab   Apples,  �� �� "  $1.25 box  Cucumbers, 201b. boxes, $1.00  In addition to the above, we offer you today, CELERY.  GRAPES LETTUCE, BANANAS, GREEN PEPPERS,  SWEET POTATOES, PEARS, PEACHES, APPLES, CORN,  WATER MELONS, CANTALOUPES. Pay us a call this  evening, it will be worth while.  Morrin, Thompson 1  Grocers and Hardware  Merer.  OPERATIONS AT THE  NAPOLEON MINE  Manager   of   Property   Interviewed in Spokane.  H. Johns, manager of the Napoleon  mine, operated by the British Columbia Copper Mining company, at Greenwood, B.C., is at the Spokane hotel.  Mr. Johns reports that the Napoleon  mine is turning out an average of 2000  tons daily. The present price of  $1335 a ton, he says, is too low to  permit of mining on a large scale.  "It is the general belief in the Boundary country," said Mr. Johns, "that  we are going to see a wonderful revival  in the mining business after the presi  dential election, which, of course, is  being as anxiously awaited across the  line as in this country.  "As soon as the price of copper gets  back to normal, which the mining men  fix at $16 a ton or more, then you'll  begin to see the output look up all  along the line. The Granby smelter at  Grand Forks is now turning out an  average of about 3000 tons a day. We  will probably be doing as well at  Greenwood as soon as conditions right  themselves."  The above is taken from Wednesday's Spokrsman Review, from which  it is evident Mr. Johns has been the  victim of a hopelessly green reporter  on mining, and misquoted. The price  of copper and production of the mine  are both badly tangled.  The Napoleon mine is located near  Orient, Wash., and ships about 3000  tons per month. Only sufficient ore  for fluxing purposes is shipped to the  company's smelter at Greenwood, the  balance being treated at the Granby  smelter. Considerable diamond drilling and developing has been clone on  the property this year.  MIDWAY MURDER  SUSPECTS ARRESTED  At Nicola Valley Coal Mines  on Monday.  Two suspects of the Thomet murder at Midway, were arrested at the  Nicola Valley Coal & Coke mines at  Nicola, on Monday, by Provincial  Constable Clark, Constable Austin of  Midway, who traced them there, and  Constable Gillis of Greenwood who  was on hand fo assist. Constable  Clark has had the men under survil-  liance for the past two weeks, they  having been working at the coal mines  since Sept. S. They are now in  Nicola jiil.  Canada Forever.  After deliberating the question for  over two hours, the school trustees of  New Westminster decided that the  Canadian flag should be flown over  the public schools. This in spite of  the order of the Provincial Govern  rhent calling upon all school teachers  to fly the union jack.  Socialist Candidate Visits Phoenix.  Charles Bunting, Socialist candidate  in Yale-Cariboo, was in town Tuesday  on business. Parker Williams, M.P.  P., will arrive from the coast in a few  days and will start the "campaign with  Mr:-Bunting and John? Mel nnis,~M..P<  P. Mr. Bunting takes an optimistic  veiw of the result of the campaign.  Noble Binns Visits K.P. Lodge.  Noble Binns of Trail was a visitor  in town this week and gave an excellent address to the members of Phoenix  K. of P. lodge at their meeting  Tuesday evening. Mr. Binns has just  returned from attending a meeting of  the grand lodge at Boston, having been  the representative of Boundary lodges.  He was for ten years an officer of  the grand lodge.  John Burns of the Sally mine is off  for a trip to Scotland.  . .-.���Alex'. Bloomfield, the genial host of.  the Westbridge hotel, has gone to the  prairies for a trip.  ��� Grand Forks took second place in  the district exhibit of fruit at Kaslo  ;exhibition last week.  George M. Holt has leased the  foundry at Anaconda, and will shortly  resume operations.  S. P. Dixon is superintending the  erection of a concrete reservoir on  Providence creek for Greenwood city  T. M. Graves of Greenwood has  returned from the Sturgeon lake country, where so many Boundary prospectors are operating!  Miss Edith Dalby resigned from  Grand Forks school staff last week and  left for Victoria, having received; word  of the death of her mother.  Dr. Matheson, formerly of Greenwood and Phoenix, who has been  residing at Sunimerland for the past  several months, has moved toKelowna.  W. ��� G. Rose, Presbyterian .. missionary who has been filling appointments in the Boundary during the  summer, has returned to the Toronto  university to continue his studies.  Judgment, awarding $ r 250 damages,  has been given out in the case of  Atwood vs. the Kettle- river lines for  -trespass by the railroad company in  building their lines over the lands of  the former. The case was heard  before Justice Martin at Nelson in  February.  ��� The semi-annual election of officers  of Grand Forks Union, No 180; W.F.  M., held recently resulted os follows:  President, G. Riley; vice-president, W.  Emard; financial secretary-treasurer, T.  L.i Crossen; recording secretary, F.  Blumberg; conductor, J. Bush; warden,  J. McLaughlin; trustee, N. Currie.  Barry Dale came down from Caimi  last Tuesday. For the past three  months he has been proving up on his  pre emptioh and doing assessment  work on his mineral claims. He says  that the surveyors on the Midway, and  Vernon railway have located a less than  1 l/i per cent grade from Carmi to the  summit of the divide between the  -w~ct Fork.and.the_Okanagan.���-Ledge.  1ILLI0NMMK  .;���&.  y  Boundary  Mines cfJwv  Tonnage Record; *  Output for  J 908 Promises to  Exceed any Previous Year.  >U<  ���Xf.Y:  the  of the  in   lhe  public  uive bi-  the higher-  Public School Examination?,  The following is the report  examinations held last week  senior division of Phoenix  school. It is the intention to  weekly test examinations in  classes, and monthly tests in Uk- lower  classes of the senior division, 'lhe  results published this week show the  average standing of the last examinations' Edward Murray, 61; Etta Murray, 56; Kate Bell, 55J WiU Jo��ns. 55!  Anna Bell, 54; Gladys I'icUard, 46;  Ada Pierce, 46; Hattie Graham, 43;  Cora Dawson, 39; John McDonald, 36;  George Heidman, 31; Ed. Swanson,  27; Grace McKenzie, 25; Harry Swan-  son, 23; Elizabeth Nelson, 21; Rilla  Mattinson, 13.  NELSON HAS RECORD FAIR  Exhibits in all Departments are  ot   a   High  Standard.  The sixth annual Nelson agricultural  and industrial fair opened in that city  on Wednesday. The exhibits in every  department were of a high order and  were the largest on record. An interesting feature was an exhibit by Earl  Grey, governor general of Canada,  from   his  ranch   on   Kootenay   Lake.  The Kettle Kiver Valley fruit display took a very prominent position in  the various district showings. Marked  notice was taken of fruit grown in a  dozen different localities on mountain  iides and valleys 3,000 feet and upward above sea level.  On the industrial side was an exhibit of all the varieties of copper, lead,  zinc, silver and iron ores hematite, and  spaltic, with ttie market product of the  Consolidated company of Trail, elec-  troylytic lead, manufactured into lead  pipe and ingots for export to Canadian,  oriental and Australian markets.  EACI.ES    DKKEATICU  A large quota from Phoenix took in  the special excursion to the fair on  Thursday, the majority remaining over  for a few days. The local aeiie of  Eagles took along a picked up baseball  nine and took part in the tournament  with Rossland and Nelson teams, but  were defeated. This was probably due  to the fact that some of the regulars  were not on the lineup.  " Little Dolly Dimples."  The Grace Cameron opera company  in "Little Dolly Dimples," gave a  splendid entertainment in the opera  house Saturday evening. The program  was varied, and there wasn't a dull  moment from start to finish. The  dainty star won much applause from  the audience in her every appearance  on the stage, while Harry Bewley,  comedian, was a show in himself. Miss  Emily King, the Russian dancer, was a  favorite, as also was Miss Lillian Elliott,  a striking figure in the choruses.  Broke Parole.  t'  On advice from police at Walla  Walla, Wash., Constables Docksteader  and Gunn arrested Ben Hughes, alias  Ben Weaver, at the mines here on  Thursday. Weaver had only been  working here one day and is wanted at  Walla Walla for breaking parole.  Original.  The following unique claim notice is  posted on a mine in the Grand Encampment, Wyoming, US.A.: "We  tound it and we claim it by the right  of founding it. It's our'n. Its 750  feet in every direction except southwest  and northeast, and there is 300 feet on  each side of this writin'. It's called  "Bay Horse" and we don't want nobody jumping on this bay horse.  That's what these trees is around here  for, and we've got the same piece of  rope that we had in old   Missouri.���  Signed    Black-Carland Nuptials.  A happy event took place on  Monday when the nuptials of two  popular young people of Phoenix were  celebrated in Spokane. The contracting parites were Edward A. Black,  one of our most successful young  business men, and Miss Josephine  Carland, who has been a resident here  for some time. They arrived home  Wednesday evening and have been  receiving the congratulations of their  many friends, who join the Pioneer in  wishing the happy couple many years  of wedded bliss. They have taken up  residence in the Morrin Thompson  block.           Advertising is no more than a business speech. The point is to make it  heard by as large an audience as possible and to convince as many of them  as you may. It is better to talk in plain  words which they can understand, to  use plain facts which will not fail to  clinch the argument, to use sensible  suggestions as a means of reaching the  appreciation of the individual and the  result will be that the readers will  understand and be glad of the manner  in which you have been able to benefit  by what you have said.  Stanley Cup Team for Nelson.  Hockey enthusiasts at Nelson are  endeavoring to organize a hockey team  to go east for the Stanley cup this  winter. Lester Patrick, who has few  superiors at hockey anywhere, his  brother Frank and the two Bishops, all  of whom have figured in Stanley cup  hockey, are already residents of Nelson.  Tommy Phillips, Si Griffiths arid  "Roxie" Beaudro, all former members  of the Kenora. champion Thistles,  Harry Wright of Brandon and Harry  Kennedy of Winnipeg, are among the  possible additions to complete the  team.   Dr. K. C. McDonald of Vernon has  been appointed returning officer for  the Yale-Cariboo constituency for the  approaching Dominion elections.  Latest Prices in Metals  New Yobk���Copper, electrolytic, $13-  @ $13,25; lase. J13.25 @ $13.60.  Bar Silver, 52  Lead, $4.57^ % *4.62.  Ppel'er. $4.70 di *4.75  Shipments   from   Boundary mines,  for 1 oo8 have now reached the'millftm  mark, the record to date beihp,' 1,003,-  633 tons.    Of this the Granby mines,  operating  nine   months,   contributed  762,756 tons or about 76 per cent, and  the B.C. Copper mines, operating four  months, contributed...2 io, a'5 7.,.Jpns^'6V*i^  2t 'per cent.  Jl'he Domihiori'Cbpptf' * t  mines  .shipped    23972    tons;     tRe"*w  Snowshoe,    7,987;   Sally,    io8;"afia  Crescent, 53.  The shipments from Boundary mines  for the week ending  September   19th,  amounting to "41,230 tons7 established   a record"for any; seven days ��� this ���yearr.v��-y  and, 7 yUh one exception, was t,hc i  largest,"by' 3,000 ~ioW,v'bf?any seven r |  days' output in ..the...history....QL;Boiuu���*���  dary mines. The exception was jn1 .the,.�� I  sariievweek in.. September, 1907, ..yvheji y  41,734 ..tons were shipped to the \  several smelters. Nine different prop- j,  erties cOnlributed to this record,"while J  only four were shipping last-week..     .,  i  With  the  return  ot the   Dominion   !���  Copper mines'to the ore  tonnage* list*!-'  in a few days, and the gradual increase^ I  of the  G:anby  and Snowshoe ship-   |  ments,. this record .musl,. soon, he Jeft _j.  behind.^,,,And,   nqtwithstanriing,,,Jthe_."_���  fact that the Granby was the only pro-'"'  ducer operating in the Boundary during  the first five months of this year, there..;;  is now every indication that the total   #?  tonnage of. Boundary  mines  for 1908    .  will far exceed  that of any previous  year.  '"���  FIRE DESTROYS .]  !��� GREENWOOD BLOCK. -:  Victoria   Hotel   and    Three  .  ��� -y. 7; r Stores Burned-��� - -��� ;���v  On Saturday afternoon fire destroyed 1  the Victoria hotel, a dyeing and clothes ;>  '..cleaning:..store and Jones' bakery, in   ;  Greenwood.    Holmes &:"." Kenri'erjy'ar���-*������   grocery store was also badly gutted and '"'  the Palace livery stables scorched.. ...  The fire broke out at 3 p.m.  in the  the clothes cleaning establishraerit'said ���'"  to have been caused by some7 gasoline ��� >  becoming ignited, resulting in an ex--:  plosion in   which   Mrs.. Darling,   the ���-,  proprietress, was severly burned.    The"1  hotel    and    other    stores    adjoined.   '  There was no wind at the time which 7:  greatly ' assisted  the fire department ���.���  in   getting  the  blaze  under control. /  Had the fire gained much more, head- *  way   the   entire   business   section  of 7  Greenwood would have been in grave -  danger.    Hugh  McGillivray had just.-'  recently re-opened the hotel. :;:,  Laundry Co. Elects Officers.  The meeting of the Phoenix Laundry  company was beld on Thursday eventing and the following officers were.:  elected: ., President, and managing,  director, G. W. Rumberger; vice-presi-^.  dent, CD: Hunter;secretary-treaiurer,"-  Al. Almstrom; directors, D. J. Mathe-i  son, A. D. McKenzie and S. Jv  Matthews.  *��� ����� ���������-�������������������������� ��������<�����������������<  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  Sept. 36, '08  1  rhe IoIIom'iuk  table gives the ore shipments o( Boundary miuea tor 1900, (or 1901, lor '  1502, for 1903, for 1904, for 1905, for 1906, nud 1907. as reported to the Phoenix IMonefcr-  1 I Mink. 1900     1901        190J       1903       1904  Granby Mine*.... 64.553 *3i.76j 3��9i85S 393,71a   549.703  ' Suoivshoe        J97     t.731    jo.Soo   7i,aia       ( ' B'. C. Copper Co.  A     Mother I.oJc...  5-34��  19,494  B C. Mine  Hmm.1   Oro Denoro   Soiiuie Belle _   Dotn. Cop. Co....  Br'klyn-Steni   Idaho..  -   Itnwhlde   SuilHCt ��   Moutitn Hose   Atlielstnii     l.Joo  Morrison   It. Heli   Seimtor   Brey Vogh;   No. 37   Relinnce   Sulphur  King   Winnipeg..     '�����'('  99.034 141.326 ijS.079 I74.��>8  47.405    14.S"    19.365  ���  650     8,530    3J.937 37.9<So       IS.537     <��.40o  1*35  65.>.S*9  147.576  X900  801,404  8k4����  9.48s  .1,007  105,900  I.4SS  II S04  3."7  1907  613.S37  135.001  20S.33X  1,712  18,374  14,481  191-8  763,;*S  79S7  Fast  We*k<  21.336 ,  140*.,  I6:.i59      u,i48 1  49.593  3.030 ,  3'.35"     55 7.U  8o>     7,455   15.73'  550  150  5*0  I Golden Crown...  V Kin�� Solomon...  ���jig Copper   No. 7 Miue   City of Paris   Jewel   Kiveiside   Curmi   Sully   Gambler   Butcher Boy   Ouncan   Providence   Elkhorn   ���itrathmoie   Golden Ka^le...  Preston   Prince Henry....  Skylark   t,nsl Chance   1J. P. U. Mine...  Bay ������������  Mavis   Oou Pedro   Crescent   Helen   Ruby   Republic   VStoellaneous...  3,250  ,040       7S5         635  875    5,6s6  3.339   363  J.435  3.070  3.350  >.i'59  4.586  3.45��  223  364  33  35.'o8  3.056  1.747  140,685  3.960  26.033  48.390  3.55S  43.*>5  ��.��53  64.173  3��.'7o  3��.��S8  649  5 78o  10,740  3,803  130  i.S*3  33  'SO  665  3,000  350  483  3.060  "8^0'  586  79  ...30  145  So    993  400  107  500  5X5  >3  -52  106  76  1.140  40  140  15  589  9��  "65  108  4��  700  55  60  334  S3  3.J.IO       3.456       3'5             96.6110   300.80c 508.876 690.419 8��9.a-  I  Total, tons   ' Smelter treatment��� , ,  Granby Co....- 63,357   230.82s ��a ,M�� 401.921 59V.,.  B.C.CopperCo  :i7.6n i+i.boo 102,313 Jio.i 4  D0m.C0p.C0_   ..j^  �������-.    ������������������ 13��S70 3Q.9"-  Total reduoid.. 63,3*? 34S.W 460,940 697.404 837.- 6   '-���  ���A  J.HMHl 161,5371.148,23'/ 1.003,633  : t -1 H.jo  Si' J.  S28.S79  113.740  318,811  637,626  341.95*  IS3439  736 2-6  auj.771  32.66<i  9 ">4'7  ..172.43��  1.133 017  1 TV  ��� M  .������>%'?.���:  ���'���V. ���.'"  I  w  ��^��aai& In  m  l  mmm  THE PHOENIX PIOWEEB.  "A Sound Mind In a  B&alfhy Body"  The   regular   use   of  ���BOVRIL'  ensures -both.. It. keeps, the  body fit ant) die mind res-  porish-e to the demands of  active life.  NICKEL PLATE  IS GREATEST  Gold Mine in Canada  says Geologist.  TKePKoenix Pioneer  KaA Bmsniary Mining loutasl*  nf  dqgpr  waasm mt awnranue a* :tbi  PIONKER PUBLISHING CO.  T.a^FWCO LOVE. Mum*.  tottaeira.se.  C.   Camsell,  Geological  Sur  veyor, Gives Impressions  of Hedley Camp.  Th�� oven does  the baking, the  fire-box controls  the oven heat,  and the grates  hold the coal or  wood that produces the heat, so  THE GRATES  are important  mmamMmmm.  ��� nt mvamcb.  tLtNtONUUflar,  SEPT. '**  less.  ?��s  ft..    Sal.  I  3  3  4  5  8  9  10  ,11  12  *5  16  ��7  18  19  at  *3  ���4  *S  sfi  ���9  3t>  -  "The Nickel Plate is easily the  greatest gold mine in Canada. There  is no reason why Hedley camp should  not develop other rich propositions.  All that is needed is intelligent development." said Mr. C. Camsellofthe  Dominion geological survey, who spent  the summer completing a geological  examination of that section of the  Similkameen district. Mr Camsell has  devoted two seasons to the Hedley  region.  His work was in connection with the  preparation of a report as well as a  topographical map of the camp. These  will be issued next spring. The map  win be on a scale of one thousand feet  to the inch, showing one hundred feet  contours. The territory in question  has an area of twelve square miles.  '���Ownership in the Nickd Plate is  vested in the Yale Mining company, a  I dose corporation owned by the Marcos  Daly estate. Although no official  statements are given ont, it is an open  secret that the values fn gold are high  (One hundred men find steady em  plqyment  Tiie ore is crushed by a battery of  forty stamps, seventy per cent, of the  gold being saved on the plates, and is  treated by the cyaniding process. The  concentrates, probably cunning sixteen  EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK  CAPITAL $3,030,000      RESERVE FUND $1 ,860.003  HEAD OFFICE - SHERBROOKE, QUE.  Saskalta  e  \Double  "���" Orates  "Sask-alta" Double Duplex Orates are made  in four pieces, each grate shaken separately.  Ashes over one grate can be shaken without  wasting good fuel over other grate. No poking  necessary, thereby saving fuel. Dampers at both  ends of fire-box secure perfect drafts. When  grates are inverted for wood a patent clamp  retains them in position. The easiest-working  way is the surest-serving way ��� and that's  ������Sask-alta" way.  M^ClaiyS  W1TIJ OVEK SIXTY BRANCH OFFICES IN THE  ���'���'���'��� PK0V1NCE OF QUEBEC  ��ns, orrKB, faciutikb fosbkssku by  NO OTHER BANK IN CANADA .  ....'OB .  cofliecrions and mmiw Business Generally  IN  THAT  IMPORTANT TKBK1TOKV  DRAY ING  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  AT ALL OFFICES  BRANCUKS   IX  Manitoba,  Alberta and British Columbia,  all Over the World.  .Of, all  kind*  promptly Rtte���  o.    Kttp.d Expreea and lia  fiansfcr.   Carrful attention!?  urdera  itlej  ... ..tion i.,ali  ' llo"e A65  JAMES G XlcKEOWN.  IIOBLCARSON,!^  All kinds of light and heavy teami,,K  promptly attended to;  Miners' dray  ing a specialty.        ::,������.,  I'll ONE* U44  Correspondent's'  A. S. HOOD,  Fire, Life ana  Accident lassrance.  Oeneral Ageal  '  Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  TUCK   GOLLI^  SHAVING PARLORS  AND    BATHROOM.  Phoenix, B. C.  Nert Door lo McRae Bros.  Kuob Hill Av.iiue. ...  Manners Barter shop  LOWER   TOWN.  FOR   AN   EASY   SHAVE  AND STYLISH HAIRCUT  BATHS    IN  CONNECTION  PHOENIX    LODGE  S.H. and L-fcmii.  Tbtxt has been a great rush  this  momb for Western - land, over twelve  hundred -tickets  being given out at  Edmonton   to  applicants for homesteads.   Stories of the rush are now  adrift.   At Edmonton a bachelor stood  ^^k *nd * widow-thirteenth in-the  line'ibefore   theJ .land^.office. . They  l?c!*!?j'T? ^'i01?^ .quarter sections  ���ndftnat   afternoon   were   married;  Whether it was prearranged or a case  of ^propinquity  causing   love,   it   is  evident  that widows, beings able to  qualifx'/or-liomffefond., hmr~y. ��J^i  tage pver,Iajadless; spinsters,  to i one, are shipped to the Everett  smelter.. The treatment facilities at  the mine are,,excellent. - The plant is  owned by a subsidiary corporation  called the Daly Redaction company.  It bandies 150 tons daily.  'The ore occurs as contact deposits  in andesite,, with quartzites and lime-,  stones. . There are numerous promising  claims in . the same region, but the  development work is not extensive-  The Kingston Mining company has  .done some development, but operations  are suspended at present. In a different section of, the camp the Golden  Zone group and the property of the  Pollock 'Mines   company ^. are-beino  f opened up.    ihe "leads there are not  contiuous  TctmU. MMrtreal, WfcMlpaj, vaaocuvw, it Jehu. Hamltten, Calgary  HUNTBR-KENDRIOK  CO., Ltd., Local Agents.  &2w��* Stage Line  a.m. I  a.m. \  >. m.J  Vyithnsix, deferred  elections,, there!   i'Mr- Camsell,   who has  been  con-  will .be 315 contests on October 26th  Of ihe six deferred elections, three are  in British Columbia (^ale-Cariboo,  K��^J^an<i Comox-AtUn), two in  Quebec ^d one in the Yukon. In  thelastmentioned territory the election  ���ill- not 1 take place - probably., before  December, much time 'being required  toJDbst" notices and forward the papers.  In,the other,constituencies the date tis  . iefti.toij.tbei returning officers. Last  -���lection there were seven:'deferred by-  elections.  -,-TJbe . Dominion Government has  passed an ;order-in-council .raising...to  $5?the money qualifications- required  ��Jf S| immigrarits entering Canada from  , e l!^^^i^to,��e]bmaiy' i'5th. .-At  . JpseanSt'each; immigrant must nave at  least $a$ in his possession on landing.  The Immigration Office is doubling the  ainoUnt for the winter months to check  anrrv^ir when, work is not plentiful  4 General elections since confederation  have .been held at all seasons of the  year, as the following indicates;    1S67,  nected with the Geological survey for  nine years, had a party of assistants  engaged all season preparing the pre'  liminaries for his proposed geological  report and, topographical map of the  Tulameen mining region in the Similkameen district. -The .district, em-  Ifrraces about, three hundred square  .miles.;. Mr.-Camsell will devote next  season to that district.-. His observations as well as the map giving a detailed survey indicated in colors, will  be forthcoming the following spring.' i  '"Special attention has been devoted  th'is year to defining the limits of the  platinum belt, where the indications  for extracting this precious metal on a  commercial scale are excellent Mining is now beingcarried "on along the  sand bars in a desultry way by the  Chinese. The proposed map will  prove unusually interesting owing to  the ' varieties of-ores found -in - the  district ~CW/copp^gtfdTs1frarwd  platinum occur in.various corners of a  comparatively small area. - Bear creek,  where the Granby people are opening  Aug. 7 and Sept 20; 1872, Jul/joil"?**^'"^'^* " situated^n  i875,Jan;.a3; 1878, Sept 17; i88*,|[he *?���e district'   whosc   g��>Ipg����l  Miaiag Pars.  It may not be geuerally known, but  it is a fact nevertheless, that there are  many men who have been most successful in life and who have left their  impress upon its people, and its institutions as statesmen, soldiers, financiers  who  have been directly or indirectly  connected   with the mining industry.  While many have realized great fortunes  from   their  operations   or  from   their  investments in mines, seldom is it that  the fascination of mining leaves them.  And why should it, when-today if is  acknowledged  the   most, profitable of  all industries;    We' speak advisedly on  this question. ' We have no reference  at all to the stock Jobbing end of the  ousmessr'70ne TSasTbuT to (6oJc~qver  the   dividend  tables  published  each  week .in the Mining World, to realize  that  the purchase of shares in  well  managed companies pays.much greater  returns than any other line.���Mining  World.  The Story of a Medicine.  Its name���"Gojdon Medical Discovery"  was suggested by "one of its most important and; valuable; ingredients ��� Golden  Seal root  Nearly forty years ago, Dr. Piercjjijs-  , covered that ho,could, by the use oftoTf��,  triple-refined glycerine, aided by sWfer-  tain   degree of  constantly .maintained  heat and with the aid of apparatus and  appliances designed for that purpose, ex-..  ..tract from our most valuable native medicinal roots ttiefr curative properties'  'much hotter than by the use of alcohol,  so generally employed. So the now world-  famed' "Golden" Medical Discovery," for  the cure of weak stomach. Indigestion, or 1 m���  dyspepsia, torpid Jlver, or biliousness and j 3^  kindred derangements was first made, aa | fc:  It ever sinie has bten, without a particle  of alcohol in Its mawe-up.  ' A glance wfcthe/oU list of^.lu Incredl-  ���nts, prints <n��'TOerx.,1��Ule-wrapper,  will show that It U.aoMp from the moat  "Valuable mediclnaJTtioisMound^jrrowing-  in our American^ foresaw ,A11 these in  iredientsJiave received the  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 9.30 a.  ���� *'        lowertown, 10.00a.  Leave Greenwood      -        3.00 p.  Standard Time  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  Phoenix Ofkick, With McRae Bros., Kkob Hill Av��.  D. L. McELROY, Proprietor.  Meet* every WEDNESDAY Kvtnln�� ia  i Scanitian^ian Halt, Old Ironiide* iraiuc.  Visiting brethren cordially welcom:.  HP. FKRNSTROM, Prenld-ot.  A. O. JOHNSTOV, Kin. Becy.  PHOENIX NEST   <*   OROER OF OILS.  Meelaerery Tiiursdav Kvkw  iNO.at Miner*'Union Hall  Cordial W��lfomt teBrathtan. VUllIng  DAVID OXLEY,   Prfaidtnt.  WM. LOUTTIT, Saeratary        WOTTT3��ra  asaiiHiLwizTLaJtracrTinrT^-.ifsi   ��� -w^�� of these .endorsements nas  been compiled by Dr. E.V. Pierce, of  Buffalo, N. Y., and will be mailed free to  any one asking same .by postal,card, or  letter addressed to .the Doctor as above.  DEANE'S HOTEL 1   DANNY DEANE, Proprietor.  If  KingEdward Lodge, No.3t>  A. F. and A. M.'  Regular communication S p.' m. So  ond Thureday of each mouth.  Kmergent meetlnea aacal1ed;Maaoiiii  Hall, McHale Block.  V. M. 8HKHB1NO,  Secretary.  T, RODERICK,  WM.  Pboealx Railway TlneUble.  I .  -   ��� C.-P.   R. ,  Leaves for Eholt and Nelson, 2.10 p.m.  Arrives    ..       *.. ..    6.00 p.m.  GREAT NORTHERN.  Leaves for Grand Forks and  i Spokane          ..         .".    8.55 a.m.  Arrives <    6.30 p.m.  ; Patronize hom> industry and smoke  ';Boundary"cigar; union made, Havana  filled.  From these endbi^ements, copied from  standard medical'books of all the differ-'  eat schools of practice, it will be found  that the ingredients composing the "Golden Medical Discovery" are advised not  only for the core of the above mentioned  diseases, but also for the cure of all catarrhal, bronchial and throat affections,  accompained with; catarrhal.discharges,  hoarseness,   sore, throat,   lingering,   or  hang-qn-coughs,  and all those wasting  affections which, if not promptly and  properly treated are liable to terminate  In consumption., Take Dr. .Pierce's DIs-'  -covery, in time^and persevere in its use'  , until you give it a fair trial and it is not  likely to disappoint.   Too much must not  be expected of it.   It will not perform ~  miracles.   It will not core consumption I  in it* advanced stages. No medicine wili.  It wOl cure the affections that lead up to-  Gczmmption, if taken in time-  Subscribe fori the  Pioneer  and get  the latest Boundary news.  ^    ��� - - -This'ls,ttie--fcaigcM.~and.-Kowwt-j��^taLiix-tJie^dty>.b_ea.ted by -j  ��    hot  water and'well furnished  throughout for the accommodation E^  F    of the public.    Everything   Neat, Clean and Up-to-Date.    Meals ^  ;'  served at all hours, special attention being given  the  Diningroom. ^  Z  .          Centrally Located on Hie  Bridge,  Fifth Strecr,  Phoenix. z%  -     STEAM   HEATED.                 ELECTRIC   LIGHTING.                 TELEPHONE   48. -S  I. O. O. F.  SNOW8HOB LODGE No. ,b  Meets every Monday Evening   at Mlncrt' IU<  t'lalting bretfareu cordially invited.  W. A. Pickard Noble (.land.  W K. Hi slop, Hecoid. Secy.  T. A   Lova, Prr. Ffnau. Hecy.  ��� t:��� 'i������.    l'llOKXIX   AER1K   XO   1B8  Hotel Brooklyn  MeeUin Unlonllall  Tuciday evening*.  Vialtlnc    brothel*  alvraya welroine  1   Wain, ,WT P.  HAKKV JAWK8,  W. See   ������^^���  The Only First-Class and Up-To-  Date Hotel in Phoenix. New  from cellar to roof. Best Sample  Rooms in the Boundary, Opposite  G N. Depot. Modern Bathrooms.  , Steam   j*   Heated  K.ofP.LODi.E.No.28   PHOENIX, B.C���-  Meets every Tuesimy  Evkkino     :    :  SojourHine Brothc-a Crdla 1}  We"  CCCKAHAM.O.C.  rclcome<l.  K   H. McCVAI'KHN,  K. of K. a.  Phoenix Shoe Shop  June 20; 1887, Feb. 92: i89t, March  5J 1896, June 23; .1900, Nov. 7-1904,  No*- 3. -This year.the general'electioh  U^t��s place Monday, Oct.sa6. >  / Joseph Martin, K.C., who had been  waiting, eagerly to get in the Dominion  political fight, has announced his  ���wceptance of the nomination of the  Aaiaric Exclusion League as candidate  for Vancouver in the approaching  flections.  Again darkness at theGreat Northern  depot has nearly caused a serious ac-  ctdait. Is it going to cost some  Person's life to have the company  properly light the station ?  Jbouiidaries. will be accurately defined  for thV first time."���^Province.  Tom Wilson, Dominion inspector of  Indian orchards of British Columbia,  spent a day recently in Penticton.  While there tie inspected the orchards  at the reservation, and was very com*  plimentary to the Indians for the condition in which their orchards are kept  and for/, the large crop of fruit which  they are bearing this season.  Try Pioneer job depart,_for.results.  Up-to-the-Minute  JAlVlES HARSHALL, Prop. Phoenix, B.C.  A.VING  just added a  large number of fonts  of  the Latest Type and appointments,   the Pioneer  is now better than ever equipped   to   turn  out  'Up-to-the-Minute" Printing.     Our  increased facili-  Laadlog Haol of Boundary's laodlng  UialRS Cmp  Hotel Balmoral  A. T. TUItANO, Prop.  Boots and Shoes made to order, first-class work guaranteed. Miners' Boots a  sveeialty, guaranteed water  -rsof.  Flr��t Street- Opposite  Knob  Hill Hoto  Phobnii, B.C.  CHURCH SERVICES  TOMO&WOtV  Methodist���Sunday School at 2:30  p. m. evening service 7:30 p. m.  Fiiday evening, prayer meeting and  choir practice. A cordial invitation to  all  these services.    Geo. E. Strachan.  St Andrews' Presbyterian Church  Preaching     Service     tomorrow    at  7*30 p. m. Sunday school and Bible  class at 10:60 a.m. A cordial welcome  to all.   Rev. Samuel \Lundie, Pastor  Catholic-^-Church of Our Lady or  the Good Counsel.���Divine Service  every arid and 4th Sunday of each  month.   Holy Mass, 10 a.rn.   Sunday 1  1 School, 2:30 p.m.7 Vespere and Bene  diction 7&0 p.m. Father J. A  Busted, CX.MJLPastes.  ties for fine commercial printing,  catalogue and book  work enables us to produce a quality of printing not  excelled by city print shops.       :        :        ;        :        :  The  Pioneer has  the  only   electrically; operated  Presses in the Boundary, and is prepared  to  execute  all  orders with   neatness  and despatch.     No job too  JH j big, none too small. .        *       .        .        .  Corner Knob Hill Are , aad Flnt 8t.,  PHOENIX, B. C.  New and Op-to-date  Centrally Located,  flood sample Room*.  i. ���  VeMASTER  Proprietor,  J&.  NOTICE.  THE  FUBUC NOTICB 13 HKRHBY 0IVRK by the  underalgued that they propoae, ander the Tiani-  way Company Incorporation Act, and amending  acta of the Province of Brltinh Columbia lo form  a Company to be known aa Gkerwwood I'iio*-  kix Tramway Company, Limited, for Ihe pur-  poae or conatructinr, equipping and operatlitB ���  ���Ingle or double track ttanivrar nadereround,  coniuienclmr at a point in the cltv or'Gieenvood,  In the Ilittrict of Yale und Piovince of British  Columbia, and running thence Easterly underground, toward, and to the city of Phoen'x, in  aald District and Province.  Dated, August 29111, tvc8.  RICHARD ARMSTRONC,  DUNCAN Mcl.iTOiH,  THOMAS it. WOODRUHF.  AMERICAN MINIM REV  F>HOENIX���':���* PIONEER  PRODUCERS OF   FINE   PRINTING  B8TABL18HIJI)    IN     180 0.  THE  MOST PRACTICAL MINERS'  PAPER   IN  THE    WORLD  ^ &  It gives all the Important Mining News, and every issue contains valuable  Special Articles, well illustrated, on subjects of real practical interest to  lhe every-day mining man. :        :        :        :        .      ��.        .        .  NOT TOO TECHNICAL BUT JUST RIGHT.  ��3   PER  YBAR-SAMPLB   ON   REQUEST.  I Published everj Saturday at Ix��; Angeles, California.  FounHetl 1892���Incorporated 1893.  NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C.  Provides a Christian   home lor utml-  :nts of both sexes at moderate rates.  Has a preparatory class for junior students, doing grade public school   work  Does high school work, confers all high  school privileges, and prepares for teachers' examinations.   Teaches all branches  of a Practical Business Course and gives  Diplomas.   Gives a liberal education in  its Collegiate. Course and in the Ladies'  Course for M.E.L. and M.L.A.   In University work, can take students through  the complete Arts Course, and the degree, of ,B.A. can be obtained from Toronto University, which the college is in  lut affiliation.  'For fuller in formation and terms write  Rev. W. J. 8ipperelJ,B.A.,B.D.,Princi-  1j��i ;pr fiev., J., jP.Bavrell* JSoroas*  5<V",V',i'    ' \< THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  8 OUT OF 10  ^persons sutler at sometime or other Irom Piles!  ���,e suncring letZa.m�����u:1'c"' 'ir-...! w!th  \Vil Dev.li, Webliwood,- Ont. Rtitleretl witn  ^Shty..,     A^bo^f^  ^^^iroftnetS^thatlknow  [he curei, perrn.ncnt. ^ ���, p Q<>  w "Ihavaiwved Zam-Buk. a great  ?�����for piles ftSTwhlch I suffered acutely  ^S'also' cures cuts ulcers, burns,  md all skin troubles. 50c. n ho^ail arug  St. and stores or from Zam-Buk  Co.,  &to.    3 boxes for $1.25-  PROVINCIAL.  -��� o  had  an   epidemic of  Baiter's Philosophy,���XLIII.  Resolved, that again  I   am  heartily  ashamed   of myself.    I   know   better  than to seek revenge.    Revenge is  for  vicious  and   low   people.      When   a  person does anything  wrong he'll   get  what  is coming to him.    You don't  have to get even.    Every  act has its  reward   or  punishment.    If  you   put  your hand in the fire it will get   burnt.  If you   are   kind  and   make   people  happy, it will make you   happy.    The  universe is governed absolutely by immutable  laws���you   can't   go   against  them and not get the worst of it; but  you can use them right  and  they are  your  slaves.    See   how  fire or water  will serve or destroy you, as you like.  lhe Phoenix Pioneer is the Only  paper in the Boundary that prints all  the news of the Boundary���and prints  most of it  FIRST.  Keremeos has  typhoid fever.  An Oddfellows lodge has been instituted at Salmon Arm  Ah Son, a Cianbrook chink, lias  been give.n 23 months for theft.  A wireless telegraph station is being  installed on the I'riiird hotel, Victoria  The Vancouver baseball team have  cinched   the   pennant  of the  North  western league for 1908.  Joe Jordan, of Duncan's, has during  the past few days, killed four panthers,  and has received the government  bounty of $15 a head for them.  Captain Hart Mcllarg, of Vancouver, has won the Transvaal cup for the  rifle shooting for the second time in  succession.1  Prof. Piper, oftli-j engineering staff  of the [University College of British  Columbia, died at Regina on his way  back from England on September 8th.  It is stated that the upset price for  the government lands to be sold next  month by unction at Creston is to be  $2.50. to $10 per acre according to  quality.  Brer Brown of the Trumpet has not  found the newspaper business in Kere-  ineos a gold mine. The paper has  been cut down in size and the staff  reduced.  The death is announced of J   Schu  bert of. Armstrong, B. C.    Mrs. Schu-  oert who was gt years of age, crossed  the plains in the fifties with a company of gold hunters.  Col. W. P. Anderson, chief engineer  of the marine department, is about to  go north on the government steamer  Quadra for the purpose of inspecting  the proposed aid to navigation about  Queen Charlotte Islands and near  Prince Rupert.  The Canadian Pacific has at present  "Black Hands" Sentenced.  The "Black Hand" trial at Fernie  last week resulted in 1 lie nine prisoners  being found guilty and giwn the following sentences: Dominic Mazino,  seven years; Frank Albernesse, six  years and six months; V. Rocco, six  years and three months; S. Bruno,  three years, and N. Sintoni, two years,  ^mMS%i^4T" %M?it$ ,'** JVPW%sd  all to be served in New Westminster.  A. Viale was sentenced to one year in  Nelson gaol, while G. Barlollo, Alia  Jacinto and G. Farrari will each serve  six months in the same institution.  Th; Yukon Looking Up.  The Klondike's output this year will  be increased $2,oco,oco ovtr that of  last year, making.a total <-f $5,000,000  this year. The increase is due to the  installation of new dredges electrical  conveyors and hydraulic plants. The  output will be greatly increased next  year, and the Klondike soon will be  yeilding by a big process as much  annually as in its palmiest days. The  only difference is that the corporations  are getting the bulk of the gold instead  of the individual miners, yet many individuals are still employed.  Big Circus Act at Spokane.  The Spokane Interstate Fair has  just closed a contract by wire with the  Park Booking circuit of New York  City for one of the most sensational  circus acts in the country. The troupe  is called the flying St. Georges, and  consists of two women and two men.  Their work comprises flying trapeze  feats, aerial returns and other hazardous and dangerous acts which they  perform on a high rigging constructed  in front of the grandstand across the  race track.  This act will come direct from New  York City and will be one of the star  attractions in the big vaudeville program which is being arranged for.  Nine other acts are being contracted  for and will be secured and the after  noon will be all too short for the three  1 .. . t '��� ��� ��� 1 4 ��� ���  [PE-RU-NA CHEERFULLY aEGOMWIEtibED  FOB  (A Prominent Capatfian Gives ��� |Iis Expterl  '.. tfienc�� With tiie ^^orld-ii?i^iiCrtiS.' ?  *  liemecly For Catarrh.  ��� ;-7 -v  1 ����������.����  Chronic   Catarrh "Always  Within Ordinary Cold.  So Savs Dry Hartman, the Greatest! widely known  Begins i    ^ 1I'- l'srkcrj-Ii'x^Vftrtem'jfc'CJompton  ' Co., Quebec, has boon mayor of Boots*  town! or a number.ol y.e��M.���.M%,i��lan,'  influential' resitlonVln Scdtstowa~~��nd  A"SCENE  AT   SPOKANK   INTER-STATE   FA1U.  B. C. MINING  running races, two harness races, the  RATES  FROM  PHOENIX   _:  TO -   VICTORIA, B.C.  Belling dates SEPTEMBER 19th to 24th  Final  return  limit, SEPTEMBER 30th  Nelson, B.C.  $4.85  Selliujr dates, SEPTEM BER 21st to 25th  Final return limit, SEPTEMBER 2Sth  New Westmfriste*  ot   Vancouver  $19.30  Selling dates. SEPT. 26th   to Oct. 2nd  Final return limit, OCTOBER 7th.  Corresponding rates from other points  Apply to 1-ocil Ticket Agents for berth  reservations, etc.  BROCTOR,  J. E.  D.P A., Calgary, Alta.  MINERAL ACT.  (FORM   F.)  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  HOTICE.  Mo���..ch Fractional. Gem *r��"uB"^f,  Aetna Fracfonal mineral claim-. OKJ*���"*  Fractional .l��*r*l claim being. Jii ����* In the  Grand Fork. Mlnlatf Dl.Ulon of BritU* <-���� ��  bla, and the Gem Frncllon.l and the A In"  Fractional beln�� altMle ���� ��*�� Greenwood Mln  I.IK Division or Brttlah Columbia.  TAKK NOTICK .hat I. ��"vM,Wh ^"//for  City ofGrand Fork-. Brlll.h cf"mJf"^ g *  the O.anby Consolidate.!. Mini.* *"�����* *.  Power Company. Limited. Free "�����*�����-^e ��  cate No n,o;h.. Intend. s,xlyIdBy" ^ de for a  hereof, to apply to the ���% ��*������  Certificate of Improvement '��r ",c '  eblalDln. �� Crown Grm.t of the above c 1. ^.  And further late ^"^^T^  Hon p. must be commenced -erore  ofauch ReniBeale of Improvement,.    Dated IM  toth day of September, A O., ��9��8.  A.   M. WH1TKSIOK.  two large survey parties out locating a  railway line through the Pine Pass,  through the Rock:es, also a line to  Uunvegan, on the Peace River. Pine  Pass has been twice surveyed, once by  the Great Northern.  After a personal inspection and on  the receipt of reports from all the fruit  growing districts in the province, Maxwell Smith,  Dominion fruit inspector,  estitn��1ti��e-ll"�� "a.\t,o~ot Uvc^fruiircrop  or  the province at one million five hundred thousand dollars.  J. B.   McArthur,   the   well   known  railway contractor, J. A.  Dewar,  have  purchased   from   J.S.   Dechamps,   of  Ross'and, and   J. A.  McKercher,   of  Vancouver,  fifty-one timber limits  in  the Kitamaat valley. The price is $250  000, $60,000 of which has been  paid.  Twenty-two agricultural experts from  the Land of the Heather are touring  Canada  with  the view of acquainting  themselves with the country so that on  their return they  will  be  able   to dis  seminate full and accurate information  to their countrymen.    They are now  doing B. C.  Charles King has just covered the  distance from Montreal to Vancouver  on foot in 137 days. He undertook  to walk the distance in 150 days, and  have $i 50 in his possession at the expiration of the time limit, for a wager  of $1000. He earned the money by  selling souvenirs.  At Duncans, while working in his  father's garden, last week, Willie Mc-  Kinnon, the fourteen year old son of  Angus McKinnon, had a miraculous  escape from death. A meteor about  ten inches in diameter fell from the  sky and buried itself m the ground  about eight feet from where the boy  was at work. The meteor could be  heard travelling through space for  several minutes before it struck, but  the boy thinking it was a passing tram  took no notice.  relay race, the ten circus acts, miners  drilling contest and horse show features  all of which will appear every day  during the fair.  ?  O --*������*~~~~~~ ��� ������" ;���o  A large body of galena was recently,  struck in the Province mine, near  Kaslo.  A Vancouver syndicate has a promising property in the Copper Coin on  Moresby Island.  A piece of ore from the Nugget  mine, on exhibition in Nelson, assays  $470 per ton in gold.  The Le Roi No. 2 company expect  to have the compressor at the Vancouver, Silverton, in operation by Oct.  1st.  Bellingham capitalists, operating the  Bellingham copper mine on Collinson  Bay, Moresby Island, have made a fine j glitters vvitri  gold  strike on the Black Prince claim. '    ���   ���   <���     > ^  A shipment of a carload of ore from  the St. Elmo mine by the lessees, Peter  Johnson and John Selta, was recently  made to the Consolidated company's  smelter at Trail.  A rich ore body running over $100  per ton has been struck on the Second  Relief mine, near Nelson.   .'���,.���  Captain John Irving,'who has returned from the North, says that shipments from his mines at White Horse  will start in about six weeks, and about  3,000 tons a month will be sent out.  A   Nelson    despatch    says:     Ben  Hicks, employed at the Nugget mine,  Salmo, arrived in town with a message  from the foreman to   W. B.  Pool, for  the latter to return to the mine as soon  as possible, to investigate what is bt"  lieved by the miners to be the; richest  strike ever made in  the Kootenays.  Hicks states that after blasting yesterday morning in the tawer7tunnel (256  feet in depth), the whole face of the  I drift  was  found  to   be  in, ore   that  The width of the  I vein is four feet.    Mr. Pool was-oh his  Living ^Authority On Catarrhal Djseases.  THB.nrst effect of a cold ia a thtok-  jenuag ot the mucous membraucs ot  the pose and throat.  Thin gives rise to a discharge, or at  least a stulllness of tho naziul pimsa^es.  Sometimes fever accompanies the first  attack, also a, feeling of languor, dullness and aching of the bones.  If no attention is paid to it, tho mucous  congestion is liable to aprecd ('.owu into  the larynx, producing liouiBcuct.3 and  into the bronchial tubes, producing a  cough.  Even when this occurs, many people  pay no'attention to it. 7^  Under such circumstances, the congestion is liable to become chronic, producing;'a condition of the mucous membranes known as catarrh.  Catarrh lasts  -J����������������������j  an indefinite  ' CUKE COLDS��� time. Catarrh  PREVENT CATARRH,     is essentially a  '     :    ������������������I chronic   condi  tio writes concerning Peruna.  IlU letter below:  Road  Try the Pioneer job department for  your next order of printing.  BOUNDARY & KOOTENAY 1908 ORE RECORD  Shipments and Smelter Receipt! For Year to  Dale.  Ore shipments from the various  mines of Boundary and Kootenay, and  the receipts of ore at the smelters of  Southeastern British Columbia for last  week and for'"1968 to date are"as  follows:  SHIPMENTS. WEEK. YEAR.  Boundary 40,236 966,852  Rossland... . ......     6,174  I98i,1.21  East Columbia River    2,536     7'.29��  The Tyee smelter, Ladysmith, has  bonded the Eagle group of four claims,  near Jed way, Moresby Island. A one-  mile tramway will be built to the beach  lo facilitate operations.  way to Spokane, but will at once return to the mine. Until his arrival the  tunnel is locked up and under guard,  not even the miners being allowed in.  tion find Joes not leave except something is done to relievo it.  '  What should bo done when a person  catches cold is to take a few doses of  Peruna.        ���  Taken at:the  onset, Peruna would  break up the cold and prevent all tho  train of symptoms which usually follow.  But, even in casos.whore i'licr cold; his.  been, neglected  and  hoarseness  or   a  cough has developed, Peruna can  be  relied upon to give prompv and. permanent relief. ��� "7;'7 >;v'  The frequency of coughs and. *jfj?.4" ?tt,  the winter makes Peruna a popular rem^l-  edy for these ailments.  '������   Anumberof the bestpieople of various  countries have given testimonials as to  the value of Peruna in such cases;  Followed    Dr.    Hartman's   Advice���,  Restored to Health.  '  Mrs. Samucllo Vlgneau, Avro auBerd,  Isle de La Magdalihe, Canada, writes:  _  VI write to toll you that I am perfectly  well.   I took only three bottles of your  Pcirvina according to your advice and  the directions'in your book anid "it re-  ���tored my health."  "Ihr.d several attacks of oo^di  fcqm. ti^s ;to. rtisio and finallf a  (1��5vHro attack developed into catarrh..:.: 7 .."'.'"7 '7. ,   ;  "'��� "I'was advised to use jobt eilo-  I bratsd catarrh remedy, and aijter  ���'tikiiig7tlrrcahoi��les,Ifind.'mjr��elf  J cpmpletcljr cursd, apd(I no longer  | aimer fr'oia c��ta^rli,or colds.    ;  ���-'T can choarfully-'recommend j  I Peruna for colds and catarrh." 5  ' i .*  ���&-������>  If. Peruna had  no other  medicinal  value than the promptness with which.  It relieves common colds, it would b��V  Twefi'wbfth-whne'fo'W  it in the house constantly.  When 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. Try the  Pioneer.  Total.  48,946 1,226,263  RECEIPTS   SMELTER  Granby.. ...   B.C. Copper Co... .  Dominion Copper Co  Trail      7.4��3  Northport (LeRoi)..     2,948  Marysville   25,M7  743��835  13,533  ��99.'59  21,872  210,744  60,926  5.7 30  Mm llYtRY SfAMlS  MUBDOCK MdNTVRE, Prep.  35 Horses,   Full. Livety   Equipment,  and will carry  a  full  stock.  Dominion Ave, N��ar City HalLJ  PHOENIX, B. C. mam  *,;:*  DRY   WOOD   IN   ANY   QUANTITY  Prompt Attention to   orders  at any hour of day or night.  Knob HUl Ave.        (phoned       Phoenix, B.C.  Total    49����4i r,24M66  INMGESTION 4  IS THE END OF HEALTH. ���'  Health ends when indigestion  begins,because nutrition fails.  Thus you are starved. Then  the impurities which arise  from undigested food get into  your system. Thus you are  poisoned. Mother Seigel's  Syrup makes an end pf indigestion by strengthening the  digesti\'e organs.  MOTHER  SEIGELS  Dominion Hotel  OLD IRONSIDES AVENUE,  PHOENIX  J  Carnages and Other Rigs, Horses and Saddles  For Any Part ofltneTBbuniiary.^ Express anrl  Baggage Transfer Given PromjpV Attention.  ,n^ lynorlDeliveredJq Any Part of the City.  P. J. McDonald, Prop.  A Sba��e!tti* Public P**��t��p�� SoBerta*. . "*"  P.  0.  tax St  PimbIx Harkat.  Phiii.Z.  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  Having taken over the business of the Dominion Hotel,  the undersigned will endeavor to keep the Dominion  the leading hotel in the premier Boundary mining camp.  Choice Liquors and Cigars-Dining Room Under  Personal Direction  Every Convenience for Commercial Trade  J. B. BOONE &  MASSEY  Choice Line of Fresh and Cured Meats  Poultry, Fish and Game in Season : :  All    Orders   Receive  Prompt Attention.  Markets at Greenwood, Grand ForkB, Midway,  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.  CURES  INDIGESTION.  prlct 60 cU. per UUis.   ��=  ^.WHTTEaCO^J/rp  :j evcxvwliae.  ' moNTRKAL.  MINERAL ACT.  (FouM K.)  CERTIFICATE oTTmPKOVEMENTS  N O T IC B.  Woodburn.Woodburn Fraction.), and Lucky  8h.tVrKtl.lul Mineral ^^^TvMric'  Grand Vork. Mining ��ivMo"?���'T  Where loc��te.l-On Fourth ��r J"'^"'..**.'  TAK�� NOTICE that I. Svdkkv M J��^ ;  CcrtlBcaie  No/B...* '��'e'^    ,tg'yR'^dcr for  d.U hereof, to .pp.y f""1^ ~rpo.e of  a CertlBeate orimproveiuentii. for vn _i  J  .bUI-tag - Crown Or.-, of th��^ ' ^ scC.  And lurther take notice th.t act     ^  tion j7, mu.t be commenced befor.  of .uch CerUficate of Improvement..  Dated this Mth day of august. A-^^V^  JOHN APPLEBY' *  Contractor and  Builder  TELEPHONE   A-56.  THERE'S SATISFACTION X **-/  IN SMOKING THE   ^   ^ C^i^  66  Dealer in Rough and Dressed Lumber  Estimates Furnished  All   Kinds   of Repair   Work   Done  I Office ai&d Yard on |  j Old Ironsides Ave., Phoenix, B. C  |  CIGAR  SOLD EVERYWHERE  ASK FOR IT. j�� * j>  iix Steam Laundry Co.,  toenix 3team Launi  L I M 1 T E I>.  ^  With the newest and most modern machinery, we are now  a   position to handle the  largest or  mnalleit orders  with dispatch and at the lowest possible prices.  BEST OF WORK GUARANTEED.  Patronize Home Industry.  Phont No. 25  Greenwood   Liquor   Co.  ~��"  We furnish the trade all over the   Boundary   with  the Choicest Imported and Domestic  ��  Wines, Liquors and Cigars  As wc ship direct in Carloads, we  can   make  the  prices right, and give prompt shipment.  Prompt attention to all orders  A.   D    McKENZiE,  Manager.  Dominion Ave.  Phoenix, B C  u  Jas. McOeath & Co.  GREENWOOD, B  C.  :;:||pS  ���V.'lf.f  ' ���' f r& I '  >,!#!'������  - e a *������������  ..: *2K�� '.  Win  ���.������.is #���..  ������������hi:  yyp.  'Mi'--  ���Mi-  'l '. '?'  ':) ���'  '{A  *������;'  S  '$ ��� ���"-.  10*  ,{-��� .  j-;|  li:'  I'Vi  '& :"  \!ltf.  '��� J7 '"  y.  v^ ���  |,4  ;r$l  :&m��  -.. ��� j1.; ;;/Jjj;   .  Ths Pioneer for Fin�� Commercial Printing  'a  j  1 ���  i  d  m  1  1 m  >m.  mm  m  M'  im  1  .  dfi  Ml  H'  1M  i$l  THE PHOENIX PIONBE  ��r.i  NEXT DOOR TO THRASHER'S.  PiMl  I In and Around Phoenix  3" Jt BRIEF   TOPICS  OF   LOCAL   AND  GENERAL Ss  2J INTEREST   TO   PHOENICIANS. > 5g  g j Shots at Passing Shadows  " Because  E. A. B.  I'm    Married   Now,"-  M-  Our Fruit Specialties:  CANTALOUPES  PEACHES  ORANGES  PEARS  APPLES....  BEAUTIFUL, LARGE   AND   LUCIOUS���WE  HAVE   THE    FINEST   LINES    OF    EACH.  John   J Farrell  [Goldfields, Nev.  left   this   week   for  the  CUT FLOWERS  WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF CUT FLOWERS.  ALL ORDERS FILLED ON SHORTEST  NOTICE.      'PHONE ORDER TO 64.  Fruit j& Confectionery  x? Tobaccos  The offices of the Granby company  are being enlarged.  Order your   wood   from   Mclntom-  mey.    Phone B 32.  Hugh McGillis and family moved to  Mother Lode on Wednesday.  Before buying your furniture else  where, call on R., J.Gardner.  Further decorating is being done to  the interior of the public school.  Monday, Nov. 9th has "been- definitely decided on as Thanksgiving,  Ix>cal Oddfellows will hold their  annual ball on Thanksgiving evening  Nov. 9th.  , Phoenix Rebekah lodge "will hold a  basket social in their hair next Wednesday evening.  .��� Another five-roomed cottage is being  erected on Ironsides avenue by Contractor Appleby.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, will be at his  Phoenix office/bank block, Oct. 10 to  13th.    Phone A. 18.  Port wine and claret, specially selected for family trade; 75c. per bottle  at Hotel Brooklyn.  7 * Born���In Phoenix, - on Monday,  Sept. aist, to Mr. and Mrs! John  Leidstrum, a daughter.  Miss Rundberg and Miss McKenzie  visited friends in Greenwood for a  couple of days this week.  For a mild,  free-drawing cigar,  "Boundary" is the best.  Contractor Appleby received another  car of lumber this week.  W.   M.   Vickery   left   for   Spokane  yesterday on a short "business" trip.  Miss Sissie Hart visited her parents  in Greenwood on Sunday.  Claude McAstocker left Thursday  to take in the Nelson fair.  Dry wood in, car lots. Apply to  J. Trombley, Phoenix, B. C.  Houses and cabins for sale or rent;  apply to John Appleby; phone A 55.  Mrs. H. E. Kennedy of Seattle is  on a visit to her sister, Mrs. L. -Y.  Birnie;- -  The plant of the I'hoenix Brewing  company is receiving.a fresh coat of  paint this week. ���  Some snaps in grass chairs, a mast  comfortable summer chair���"Binns,  the furniture man."  . TL Richardson of the Granby office  staff has been off duty this week as a  result of a sprained knee.  Dan    Schnoter,    representing    the  Boundary cigar, was in town on Tues-  1 day, placing orders.  The proprietors of the Greenwood  laundry will take charge of the Phoenix  laundry on Oct. 1st.  A suite of comfortable house-keeping  rooms~to~rent; good water, choice location; apply to J. Mcintosh.  Mrs. R. J; Gardener has been in  Grand Forks for a few.days this week,  attending her mother who is ill.  Rev. F. V. Vehables of Greenwood  will  Vickery, next ; Perkins on deck.  ��M  rATHKINDER, GUI OK,  ETC.  Prospecting parties carefullydirected,  all trails known; apply C.H.R., box 23,  Phoenix.  HI  Tall young man,  Lilli-Ati,  Dolly Dimple play;  Hero bold,  I ots of gold ,  ai.........;��� ,u��� .......  .ilnara   lo   iln,   noj.  After show  Homeward go  And for an hour dine;  Tells his love,  Turtle dove  Answers: "1 am thine."  No need to sigh,  The day is nigh,  A week or two 'lis said;  Tall young man  Lilli-An  Rotnanticly will wed.  ROSE HATPINS  HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW METALISED ROSE  HAT PINS���MADE FROM GENUINE ROSES-  ALSO CARNATIONS, SWEET PEAS, HEADS OF  WHEAT,  Etc.      _ -    _.      __:'���;,  E.    A.    BLACK,    THE   JEWRLEp  fJ. R. J   DELISLE  j& PHONE   "SIXTY-POUR."  conduct   services   in   St.   John's  Anglican church tomorrow at 3 p.m.  Miss Mabel Heidman has returned H. V. Roe, the ex-Great Northern  from a visit wiih Mr. and Mrs. Thomas agent at Hale, appeared before Ma^is-  Lyons, Mother Lode mine. '    '      "     ' -        -  A. A  Evelyn arrived Monday from  Cowansville, Quebec, to take a position'     Don't forget when you are in need  of furnituie lhat I have a full stock of  up-to-date goods at modeiate prices���  A quaitette of Phoenix capitalists  took a local physician.to inspect a  Fourth of July mining proposition. "A  network of vencose veins" is said to  have been the diagnosis.  The thanks of the editor are due a  subscriber, who becoming alarmed  about our safety, presented us with a  six shooter this week. The devil is  now \e?s nervous and promises a first-  class obituary notice in the random  shots column to any persoin coming in  to" lick the editor. Several notices will  piObably appear next week.   .  BOUNDARY   TRAMP  SOLILOQUY  The sailor likes the ocean,"  The miner likes the camp,  Cigars and Tobaccos  WE make a specialty of CIGARS AND TOBACCOS,  and carry a variety of the best brands    ���    +    +  Confectionery  THE PURE MATERIALS used in the manufacture  of bur Candies imparls an unusually rich and  pleasing: taste. Try 1 hem if you want the best  in Sweets. ���    ���    -f    ���*   '��� ��� +   "���    ���    +    ��f    ���  AL. ALMSTROM,  "^      -"^       <**       HEADOUARTRP5    u^c _..  _    .^. -...*.        - ���-���   --..��* ��� *   ��irvw��>   vin-  v.aiUM> ���    '  trate   Hood  on   Thursday,  and   was   Bl,t R've to me the good old spike,  fuither remanded. And let me die a tramP  LOWER  ,     T O W N  HEADQUARTERS    FOR    MUSICAL   INSTRUMENT  y  in the local branch of the E.T.bank  Air. and Mrs. John McRae returned  home to Sarnia, Ont., last week after a  visit with their sons here and at Greenwood.  'Binns, the furniture man.'  Miss Agnes McGrade arrived   ast  week   from   a   four   month's trip   to  Travestcn and other .points in Ontario  Her sister returned with her.  And let me die a tramp.  Here I am in the spike today,  Where tomorrow, I can't say;  Perhaps in )ni\ for all I know,  Praise God from  whom all  blessings  flow.  -HRK,      LIFB  A\H  "ACCIDBNT.  D. J. Mat he-son  l '", "\     insurance agent  ClDBUTY    BONDS.        ��_ ��� r PLATB   o^8s  i 7'     I COM\fI8ISIOJ*K��    FOR    TAKING .AFFIDAVITS  '  Fanny Sarri, who came here three  months ago from a southern state, was ,  taken to New Westminster asylum on |     For Sale���House and all furnishings  Wednesday. on Second street will be sold very  re-  .-...    T   - , ,   , .    asonably  as  owner is   leaving   town;  .   Otto Isaacson,    who   resigned   his ��� ���,,   ' A/r       j ��*'.   t  ui    1  . ,   I ,  7�� r.      ,      aPP'y to Mr. and Mrs. J. Black  position as night foreman at the Granby    rtr J J .  mines last week, left Monday morning      Mrs. Church, accompanied by  her I  for Tacoma,-Wash., where he will take daughter,    arrived   in    Phoenix,   on       LOST���Sunday,   party   of   mining  up ranching. ''A -'        ��� ,-      ;    .      . .   Saturday  from  Danville, Quebec,   on   capitalists; names'unknown;  one tall;  , j a visit to her son; James'Church. Inn�� crrtfi,   ...,~ ~r ~��j:���--.~-^.;..:--���-  Cheer up my brother tramps,  And never be downcast,  There's many a hard temptation    \  Befalls the tramper man;  But still there's consolation  When everything else fails,  ^They'll find you food and lodgings:  I Iri the poorhouse or the jail.  mmS  PflOENil  Pure and whoii.some.     Gold and as bracing in its  coolness as a breeze from' the North in Summer.  Is RecoR 11 izod  by all   as the  "BEST BEER IN THE.BQUISfDARY."  ?���'����  Bat Boone of the Dominion .hotel, ja visit to her s?nJ James"Church.  Phoenix, chased a'delinguent "boarder j Superintendent O. B. Smith of the  down the Greenwood road on Wednes-/ Granby mines returned Friday from a  day���followed, collared, collected and j month's   trip   to   Boston   and  other  ���" -(.~.l��rn ^u��^ Mra. ~Cm;iI��'   returned  with him.'  _l._Jj: TV.  % ^^aa^^smM^m^^^^^^M^^^^^^^^^^^l^s^ f^a^sx wvas^^^^s^a^ff^^mx ^s^% ntsan^ rwa^fk *vs^&LSTStaJs\nswm%  NECESSITIES       |  MEN and. BOYS  ,  ^Shipments of F"all and \Vinter7Needfuls are now arriving  '^iiOTHING, - HATS; CAPS,'* BOOTS, SHOES,  SHIRTS,/COLLARS,,,TIES, .UNDERWEAR, SOX,  and everything else a well-dressed man may require.  Get the habit���deal at Brown's���and you will save money.  THO*. BROWN.  mmimmmamammmBmm  GENT'S/   m   ��.  FURNISHINGS  .'<-*��� *.���������  **- - - .BOUNDARY ^DiyiDENPS.: *  Ka&'fe?  {stm*.  "��*m or cowmt.  I B.C. Copper Co ���copper......  1 s   ��� '  iCariboo-lfcKinney���gold......  1' t        ,       .'  iConaoL. H. at 8.���gold-copper  > ?������,,������  lOrsaby Consolidated���copper  I ProHdenc*'' Mvir _..  ADTBOSt-  IZKD   .  CAPITAL.  $3 000/��0  I.aSO.OOO  S.SOO.OOO  15,000,000  B'tAEES  503,000  1.350,000  M^SaUioo  .��35,ooo(jiooJ$i,6ao,ooo  aoo.000 I  - 31,000) ft I-    ie.000 I       3S^4|Sept. 1906I c .50    .  ******* *** m J>��^">r���- '���rr^vafa'M,r'ar4rf4Hi-0 *j \  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  mUTfaemoatperlectly appointed Health  ��nd Pleaanre Resort ia the .west, with a com-  pleteiyitetn of Batba���including Turkish and  Ktuslaa. Open Ibe year round. The coratlv;  properties 01 ts waters 're unequaled.  For Caring all ahamnatic. Nervouj and Mtu-  (olarTrooble*;  1  For Kealinrall Kidney, Lirer and Stomacb 1  aliments. J  For JdimiQatlDKall MeUllicPolssns from th , '  iflrian' ���*" - - ��� * ". . - <  The crandenr of  Ibe icetierv  is unrivalled |  XMataUtStsnoir peaks, forests, lake��,water��allf>,  ^xiaOog, yachting, Bahtrig, shooting, ezenrsiens ,  tenuis, -v TU winter climate  is onsorpassetl for  Mildness HAKIty McINTOSH.  Proorietor-  f*lpya5BTBES OF  CHARACTE]  " Ln the recent referendum vote taken  to select a Socialist candidate in Yale-  Cariboo, Charles Bunting, Grand  Forks, received 220 votes, J. F. Johnston-End erby, receiving' 196.  The undersigned is now prepared  to supply lumber and all kinds of  material for building purposes. Car  of lumber just received. - Phone your  order to A44 ; prompt attention. C.  "A. "Ross.        "   >' Beautifully lithographed letter heads  for. the Brooklyn hotel have been  executed by,the Pioneer .this week.  The Brooklyn is in the front rank of  B.C. hostelenes and its stationery is the  finest product of art printers  The entertainment in the opera  .house on Tuesday evening deserved a  better audience than it received. The  specialties were good and the moving  pictures new. It is the intention to  hold these entertainments fortnightly.  For sale���house and lot on Old  Ironsides avenue. The house is in  good condition, well .situated, with  wood shed and root house; good well  convenient; lot 30-x ,120 feet;, good  reasons for selling." For further, par  ticulars apply lo John L  Phoenix.  t Constable Docksteader returned  this week from his chase with Chief  Constable Devitt after the Midway  murderers. Practically.every clue was  followed up and the country between  the C.P.R. main line and the international boundary from the Arrow  lakes to the Similkameen has beep  thoroughly gone over.  The Brooklyn hotel has just received  a consignment of-selected wines from  St. Catherines���port, sherry and claret,  special for fimily trade. Telephone  order to No. 38.  ��� A series of. entertainments are to be  given in Phoenix opera house; new  features will be added weekly, ,and  popular prices will prevail. Tickets 35  cents; children, 20 cents.  Wanted To Borrow;  $1000 on first-class mortgage se  curity; to be repaid in.twelve monthly  instalments with "Interest at twelve  per cent.  Money to loan in small amounts on  satisfactory security.    A. S. Hood.  one stout, two of medium" avoirdapolB,1:  neither long nor short; last seen foiir  miles out of their course. Later���  Jimmy Marshall repoits the wanderers'  rfitnrn  1 m  Saturday evening's performance was  quite the society event of the week, and  in fact since the season opened, several  exceedingly smart groups occupying  balcony and orchestra chairs. Among  the hosts who were present with friends,  the following were noticed: Messrs.  Williams, Matthews, Appleby, Carter,  McCracken, Matthews, Perkins, Dar-  row, Hyslop, McKenzie, and many  others.  .WHY"?   Because.'its. manufacturers employ  itH.pf ilieir eiieiity Hi Ihe  ;[     .turning onto!  a  perieet Beer  from"'tho b��st- materials .obtainable.  ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL ICE, ETC. -PHONE 23  J>HOENmBREWINi7C0.    Biner & Sons  I  [iLJbJAXjidiiULiIjJijld^LJUliJLt&iiMjlAXjd^^  �� SCHOOL SUPPLIES  Investors Opportunity.  It is sufficient for some people that  I they drink anything called tea.   Others  Do not forget the $10.00 per month  for real estate between Vancouver and  New Westminster.  We know of one case where $503  invested half way between the two  cities five years"ago ' made $?o.ooo.  /There are hundreds of others, in fact  this is an investment where there is an  Dunlop, j absolute certainty of big profits with  'no ns1<s.  '���  There never'was a -better  time ,to  invest than the present.    Over twenty-  five million dollars is being expended  on and around that little strip of land,  and that is bound to increase in value.  Remember: great big level lots close  to car line  with  splendid   view  only  $150; $20 down and $10 per  month,  without   interest,   and  three  months  extension if necessary  on  account  of  loss of work or illness.  Do not be one of those who will be  Notice���To users of Water and  Light���Any tenant allowing water to  run to waste to prevent pipes from  freezing, or any other purpose, will be  deprived of the use ol city water without notice. Any tenant paying bed  time rates for lights, and who allows  lights to bum all night will be chaiged'  double rate.' Any tenant using a larger  lamp or globe will be charged six  months back rent���Phoenix Electric  Lighting Co.   Ltd   J L. Martin Sec.  WE  have  everything'''in   this  SUTKS.   TEXT BOOKS  for  ..BAGS, etc.      Let ns supply  ;���,������ ���!ln,,u  OFFICE  line���I'TCVCIt-S ".S':KIBBLER*,  ml   unities,  EX'KKCLSE   HOOKS,  n School gupplifM.   ,  STATIONERY  WE it'u' heaiiq'iurtpis for nil ofrl re r< quiri inrnls. BLANK  BOOKS kept in slock���nnd wli'ut we have not. jr<>( we'ci��h"got  for you.     INK,. WRITIN-G  MATEKIAL, KULEs.  Etc     ..  McRAE BROS., limited  Litest Mining Stock Quotiilons.  Corrected to Sept. 20, 1908.  The Ptock market is a sure indieatoi  of the trend of business. A more buoyant feeling is pervading the different  markets, and all stocks are firm at the  fonowinjj7quotatioii8:  ��  li  ABOUT BAKflsirr  LL things good   10  eat at  Aui, imngs good   10 eat at  PRLNDERGAST'S  kinds   of  Cakes,   Pics   and   Cookies  ait.  ������> .      .'    , ,�����     .    .    w...^,o        uuiiui ucuucu  muse wno win be  prefer a standard brand like "Salad.a,"  telling in a year  or  so  "Ob, I had-a  which ha<! a n>n.if3lr-.r.rA, !,...������_ j    ���-,..    "   .     .   3   .   .    .       Z.      " ������ ' "au a  which has a reputation for being good.  The latter get more enjoyment out of  I. life. In buying tea fori the satisfaction  you expect to get from its use, it will  pay to purchase "Salada." Avoid anv-  thing "just as good"    imitaticms%  Alberta Coal and Coke  B.ri,- Copper   Charles Dickens   Cons. Srrielters   Copper King   Dora in. Copper   Gertie   Granby   Hecla     International Coal...  Kendall   Missoula Copper _    ....  Nabob         Mii  ��.00  01 ><  70.00  .01!*  .C'2?;f  00 00  3 00  .59  1.37  Oom Paul    Panhandle 8inelt.er  ;;FOB SALE- Fir and  jTamrack $5 per cord  i,e ,$4.5p, per cord.  Phoue Your Order To  ��� ~w" No. B 3-2  iMmiOMJNEY  moniRlace in   dreas.    They, incline  towards clothes' with J ari -^element'  of character.   Whether ifc be a suit  or an overcoat of ours, that element]  is positive.   It has its source in thel  exceptional man iier"ui: ��h icJi every  garment is designed and  tailored..  We invite you to inspect our show-;  Ing   of  WOOLLENS   FOR   FALL  SUITS.     It is an exhibit of fine  fabrics  invariably poor quality;  chance to buy lots for $150 and  they ���-,- ~-���re  are now $2500."     The woods are full  ��atn,Jler-Cariboo.  of them.'"'-"7 ".v';7:777'7.-; r ���' - ���"' ���  '���:   a"',������������������-'  o    j j r     '        . ' onowslioe'....  .  bend post card for, particulars right  Snowstorm..;.   '"  now;  every day  you   delay  you   are | Sni,ivan ��� ; ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ���  (losing   money.���The   Wright  Invest-15, livft.n  B��nde. ,  1 ment Co., Grand Forks, B. C. ' S  'amarack-Chesapeaico  .03  .04^  .18  .03  ���04^  1.45  .0^'  ".��2W  50'  6.25  .02^  73 00  .   .02^  .o:ij^  .03  115.00  400  .08  ���1 65  .05  .05  .04%  .15  .06  ���05^  1.53  01^'  ".76  ���85  ���<\\  We  bake all  _- v-w,,   and   everything ���-,else   in  bakeslu/is that's good. Of course, they're. fresh���as fre.-h as  they can be, coming out of ihe oven several times a day. It's  hard to beat our baking.    Try some and you'll know.  DELICIOUS   BUTTERCUP    ICE   CREAM  CHOICEST   GRADES   OF   CHOCOLATES  I  J^Pho0nix Bakery j  THE  DAiRY  Ihg Pioneer for Fing Commercial Prinh'ng  MEANS  in the CARNEY COPPER MINE,  m��ACwrTED IN TIiE FAMOUS COEUR D'ALENES OF  IDAHO. #        jfi,        jf,       j,        ^        ^  |R HOERELLI  tCH^JT TAILOR.  <50 days.    For; WH.particulars, call upon or address ^      >'      ^       j,       ^       j, mpJn'   ��"e '���d ,n 30 d*?s> and ��ne-th,rd in  I* MARTIN* Phoenix. B.C.  V^*  ���������- '; -^yl Jf*"--"  m^mmm  ���tfBe$  wm^mmmmmmmim&mMg^irTzr^ m

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