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The Phoenix Pioneer Dec 7, 1901

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Array 7  S�� ��l  r-irl!ns  iiiini; camp I" the Boundary In nt-  Htleiitioii limn.  ^JPH OENIX,y��  "~irwu .il-tli lorecciyc the itihiliiK.atid.  ,-,Itriil ncw����f lhl*c��m|>andthe Uound-  ^    Hiil.Mcr Ik In (he I'HOIiKIX I'.okkkk  During the year 1900 100,000 TONS  OF ORE were shipped from the mines ol  .* PHOENIX**  For the first five months of 1901 over  90.000 tons of ore were shipped, or at Ihe  rate of joo.oootons annually.  Devoted to thc Interests of the Boundary Mining District.  VoiVlfL:.,  I'HOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7,   1901.  No  4.  ~4  WORKING ON  GOLDEN CROWN  Christmastidc  -AT THE-  Big Store   will  be a record' brca'ter iu  >m  I'hoenix for Variety of Choice Seasonable and Up-to-  Date ���  ,   Holiday Goods  \v which will be sold at prices that cannot be equaled,    lln/ll  ������v&&i. We have receive:! a  large shipment' of I;ancy  Christmas Groceries      <*  ,    such as:    I'Miiest Imported Iiiiglish Peels,   Nuts, Cur-  m rants and Ua'sins, also a complete line of the Famous \\\v/i  U\])| .s and W Califo:n'a V^&-  J| Canned Goods  i\\u/ll Evaporated Frr.it.".  Malaga Layer Raisins, Figs, Etc. ^  yiww ��� uif/1,  You will find by giving us a call that you can 1\\\/|  obtain the choicest varieties of  Apples, Oranges, Lemons, Candies, Etc.  Last but not least you  want to see our Stock of  Fancy Crockery  Just what you want to give  your friends for a nice  "Christmas Present.  Development is Being -Steadily  i Prosecuted.  SIXTEEN MEN ABE NOW AT WORK  Opcritloci Ar.* Largely Confined to th* 100-  foot Level, Where Mud uf tbe Shipment Were Made From.  Knowing ili.il the Golden Crown  minv, iwo miles from I'hoenix, had  now gotten into lull tunning order, the  Pioneer inn 11 made a visit to the pro  |ietty this week. Superintendent  Ihiiicanson was found there in charge  ot o|ier;iiions, und .stated that he hud  just put on two more men, making a  total of sixteen now employed al the  mine.  The water had he n taken out clear  tiown 10 the 300 level, hut   the   development i> now being confined   largely  i to the 100 level, with .1 little going oil  'at ihe 150  level.     The   100   level   is  I w here most 01 ihe 2,250  tons  ol" ore  [were taken   Irom   th.it  were  shipped  Horn this  pioperty   shoitly  alter.ihe  Phoenix spur  of the  C.   I'.   R.  was  completed.    At this level work is  going on in both the east and west diilts,  and although nothing definite could he  learned, it i.s rumored  that  some excellent ore has been lound.  The same day th.it the Pioneer man  was there, J. L. Patker bewail the  work of sampling the Golden Ciown,  with an assistant, for the purpose of  making an exhaustive repoit on ihe  property to the directors of the  company.  latificatlon of the convention  ague-j  ment for interchangeable   membership j  caids with the Western Lahiu   Union.  ���Western Mining Woild." j  IS OFF AGAIN  FOR ENGLAND  Was Knocked Senseless.  E. R. McLellan met with a seiious  accident last Friday night, while woik-  ing in his While Star laundiy on Dominion avenue. Me was busy theie  alone with his ironing machine, when  the spring broke and the! solid iion  lod struck him in the temple, knocking him sense'ess. He was discoveied  an hour later, and taken to- the  Delahay block and medica)'help sum  nioned. All day Saturday and Sunday  he lav unconscious, but ..finally had  some lucid inteivals. Wlten lie did  come to, however, his mini! seemed to  be i blank in regard to T'hbenix, aud  at this writing it is not kno>vn how serious the results may he. lit appears  that his brain was affected by the shock,  so that his memory is impaired.  Snowshoe Manager Going to  Consult His Principals.  NEW COMPRESSOR PLANT ORDERED  Mr. McMillan Spent Sevrral, Days In Camp  This Week, and Next Week Starts For London���Experiments With Snowshoe Bock.  �����  General   Merchants, Knob Hill Avenue, Phoenix.  Three Important Changes.  The new constitution of the West-  em Federation of Miners has been  completed by the executive board, at  Denver. The boaid adjourned and.  will not meet again until the Denver  convention in May. Three impoitant  changes, from the terms of the old  'doctimentr are'itoteoV '-nitrfirsi-is-.tlte  oiganization of state federations of  miners from the local unions of the  federation. The second change is the  establishment of an insui;an<e>plan for  all members of the federation." The  third important clause relates to  the  Dr. Pagan Was Much PJeaied.  Dr. C. J. Fagan, provincial health  officer of Victoria, arrived ihi Phoenix  Wednesday to look inio i\\e incipient  smallpox scaie that biolje out last  week. He expiessed himsejlf as greatly  pleased with the steps that had b-en  taken by the local physiciajis to stamp  out the disease, and with the success  that had attended their elfin is.  During the week no new cases appealed,* and all themen ili'tlieGranby  bunk house���about 140A���that had  been qua'antined, were/, thoroughly  disinfected, as was also; the bunk  house itself, and the men* are all at  work again. No further3, feai of its  spreading is anticipated.  It appears that Milkie, who has the  light lorm of the disease, left the  (ireenwood hospital last week diiectly  against the orders of Dr. Foster,  which were given to the sisters. He  was feeling good, but after his airiv.il  back here, the light form ol varioloid  was discovered.  lickets On Sale Today.  Tickets for the first annual  ball  of  the Phoenix Fire  Department,   which  will take place_atL Miners' Union   Hall  next Thursday "evening, will he placed  on sale  today.    Theie  will doubtless  be a good demand for them and   neai-1  ly every business man has alieady ex-i  pressed the intention of taknig- several  each.    The best of music has been en  gaged and a good time is assuied.  The Paystreak says that ten inches  of clean ore was found in the Iron  Horse, on Ten Mile* last week.  Usually Anthony J. McMillan,  managing director of the company  owning the Snowshoe 'mine, spends  but one day at the properly when he  comes to camp; but this week he broke  tlie leenrd, and spent' thrie days at  that well known property. This was  due to the fact that he expects lo start  foi England next week, where he will  spend the winter, and in the meantime consult with the capitalists interested in the Snowshoe, especially in  regard to the erection ol teduction  works. '  '  When seen by the Pioneer man,  Mr. McMillan was just stepping on  the Rossland Haiti, but had lime to  say a (e\v words.  "I shall leave next week for London," said Mi. McMillan, "and will  spend the winter there, letuming in  the spring. One of the things to be  considered by the directorate of the  Snowshoe is the smelting of the ores of  the property. We aie now making  experiments in different ways, and by  spring expect to anive at a decision in  the mattei. I have had a shipment of  Snowshoe ore sent to England lor  testing by the oil concentrating piocess.  This test will be conducted while I am  on the other side of the water. It is  claimed that the ore can be reduced  by this process at a cost of $1 per ton. j  , "We are also experimenting with the  electric piocess, the tests being conducted by Thomas A. Ediscn, the'  world famous electiical expert, at his  laboratoiy in New Jersey."  ., 'Then it is practically^ definitely de  cided; is it,-Mr. McMillan," said "the  Pioneer man, "that the Snowshoe cor-  poiation will smelt or reduce its own  01 es ?"  The Snowshoe managei did not  anwser this question direct, as a Scotchman rarely will, but nevertheless  gave;  the Pioneer man to understand that the  company was in a [wsition and prepared to eiect its own smelter; and  would probably do so in the not distant futuie. The, development of the  past year has been most satisfactory,  and has shown conclusively that it has  almost inexhaustible reserves of ore  from which it ran maintain shipments  loi an indefinite time.  Ordered a New Compressor.  This week an order was placed by  M. McMillan with the Jenckes Machine Co., of Sherbrooke, Quebec, for  the fust half of a 30 drill Rand duplex  air compressor, together with two 80  horse power boilers. ,,The new equipment is to he delivered in the course  of three month?.  A few days since a car load of fur-  nituie arrived at. the Snowshoe from  the east, for the furnishing of the new  boarding and bunk houses, as well as  the new office building of the company,  just completed at the mine. Part of  these buildings are now being occupied.  The work on Supt. Astley's residence,  which will be fitted with all modern  conveniences, is nearing completion,  and should be finished in another  month. IV. Tomlinsou, of the Rossland office, will shortly take up his  residence in Phoenix permanently, as  office man for the company.  This week the new ore blinkers,  which have been building for some  weeks, weie practically completed, and  will make the facilities for shipping  much more convenient. For the  present the ore being sent out is mostly  going to the Gieenwood smelter.  BOUNDARY ORE    ..  FOR NOVEMBER  Shows Slight Increase  Over  October Record.  TOTAL   RUNS   OYER   $���*   TONS  Although for 30 Days, tbe Tonnage Exceeds  That For ihe Previous Month of Jl Days  ���Pboenlx Mines Lead as Usual.  THE NEW CANADIAN CONTINGENT.  Dominion Will Send Another Lot of Sons to  the South African War.  The Imperial government has decided to accept the offer of another  Canadian contingent lor service in the  war against the Boers in South Africa,'  and it will be known either as the  Canadian Yeomanary or the Canadian  Rangers. The regiment will consist  of about 600 men, chosen from different  parts of the Dominion. Recruiting  will commence in British Columbia  December 9th, next Monday. Nelson,  Rossland, Revelstoke, Ft. Steele and  Victoria, will each be allowed to send  ten men, while twenty will. be chosen  from the city of Vancouver.  - Quite a number of those V���ho have|  already seen service for the empire in  South Alrica have expressed a desire  to have a try at the Boers again, and  it is expected that there will be no  trouble in making up the needed  quota.  Notwithstanding the fact that the  month of November is one day shorter  than the month of October, the record  of ore shipments from the Boundary  shows the November output larger  than October or any pievious month.  As usual, the Granby mines of this  camp head the list with '20,824 tons, a  greater tonnage than all other Boundary mines combined. Then comes  the Mother Lode with 9,386 tons, being more than a thousand tons above  October's iecord.. Third on the list  of the large shippers is the B. C. mine  with 3,275 tons, a trifle less than for  October. The following figures will  show the shipments in detail from the  leading Boundary mines for October  and November, respectively:  OCTOBER NOVEMBER  TONS TONS  Granby mines 20,722 20,824  Mother Lode  8,238- 9,380  B.C. mine   3,720 3,275  No. 7 mine       100 60  Snowshoe      342 200  Jewel      290 290  King Solomon  280  Winnipeg      175 210  Miscellaneous      650 650  Totals 34,317 35,175  Broke One of His Ribs.  Thomas Corner, the contractor, who  is erecting the Anglican and Congregational churches, as well as buildings  at the Snowshoe mine, sustained a  serious accident Thursday, in attempting to jump off a moving train at the  Snowshoe. He struck on some rocks  in the snow and broke one rib and injured orie lung!' '-He: was "brought -to-  his own home in' town and Dr. Boucher summoned, who found the injuries  more serious than was anticipated.  However, he is getting along nicely  now, and it is hoped he will be out in  a short time.  Other stores are G.owing  in size. This store is growing in Business.  If you want to find fault  with the store, tell us. If you  want to praise it, tell other  people.  S tHc holiday season ajiproaches; the thrifty housewife looks around for the many little ingredients that go to make up the special "Xmas Cooking/'  -- ��� They are here in abundance. Never beforehas our stock been so complete as it is now* Not an article that tends to make a grocery stock attractive has been overlooked. You will find here hosts of the little necessary GROCERIES that are UNOBTAINABLE ELSEWHERE. Our aim  &#ia^:&ei Month of DECEMBER a RECORD BREAKER in a business way. You wiliheipusdo so, if PRICES and QUALITY of GOODS  play any part in your Purchases.  s  G&ristmas  China  "������'Imported direct from Germany.  7\Ve hiive Two Cratesful of these goods  which we will make special pii.'es on  so that we can clear them all out this  "season. They will'be on display in  our Grocery department on  Monday.  "; Mustards, Fancy Mugs, S'laving  Mugs, Spoon Holders, Sugar and  Creams, Tea Sells, Porridge Setts,  Syrup Jugs, Milk Jugs, Chocolate.,  Jugs, Water Jugs, Table Sells, Tray  Cabarets, Plates, Celeries, etc.in end-  '������'���)'���  less" assortment.  s  We have   16,  only;  Hanging  Lamps to cleat at cost.  Peels  best Assorted Stock.  .Lemon,   Orange,   Citron.    Assorted in 1 lb.  mid 7 lb. boxes.  Nuts  Walnuts        Almonds  Pea inns        Brazils  Pecans Filberts -  j.'i cent* !>er pound.  Currants  Felatias, Patras, Vas-  tizzas, in bulk or package-.  Raisins  London. Layers, Valen-  cias, Mliscai'els, G1 eece  Sultanas, Fancy Seeded  in packages.  Sundries  French   Cherries,   pat:  Decorating Candy,  .Pulverized. Sugar  Oranges, Lemons,  Cranberries, Plum  Pudding.  Prepared Icings  (Ready to Apply.)  Chocolate, Lemon,  Pearl White, Pink,  2 pkgs 25c.  Extracts  Lemon, Orange,  Vanilla, Pineapple  Cinnimon, Raspberry  Strawberry, Banana,  Fruit Colors,  Kola Nut.  Fancy Bottled  Goods  for Xmas  tables.  Pickled Walnuts  "     Anchovies  "     Tomatoes  Tomato Preserves  Indian Chutney-  Mexican Hot  Bloater Paste  Patted Bloater  Preserved Ginger  Spanish Olives  Mushroon Catsup  Essence of Anchovies  Salad Dressing  Lucca Oil  Stuffed Olives  Imperial Cheese  Rocquefort Cheese  r  HARDWARE DEPARTMENT  Star Acme, German Acme, Mc Mac Hockey,  etc., in Bovs, Mens' and Ladies' sizes.  from a boys Air gun to a  Savage Rifle.  Knives, Forks, Spoons, Tea-Setts, Bread Knives, Fruit Spoons.  Setts from $1.50 to $10.00 per sett.  Carving  You Will Find in our Hardware Department Christmas Gifts of a Substantial  Character.   Such as your friends appreciate.   Don't forget that we carry a full  line of Ranges, Cooking  and   Heating Stoves.  An   appropriate  Christmas    Gift is  a : Grand   Rapids  Carpet Sweepers  We have them at $3.00 each.  See our New Empire  Sewing Machines  at $35.00.    Sold on easy monthly payments.  "^  from 10 cents to $3.00 each.  Christmas  TurKey  We can save you money  on your Xmas Turkeys, as we are getting a shipment direct from the Territories. Do not place your orders till  you get our prices.  Colored  Candles  Special shipment of Fancy  Colored Candles for Chiistmas Decoration. They give different colored  lights���8 in a set, at 50c. These are  the popular light for Christmas eve.   .  by the pail or barrel at  15 cents per pound (mixed). Fancy  Bon Bons in boxes 35 cents.  Figs and Dates in bulk  and   package.  Rizht here we wish to say that we are not going Out of Business for we are satisisfied with the treatment given us by the residents of Phoenix.  W  have striven to to do what is right and our efforts have been rewarded by a liberal patronage.  Phone No/5  POST OFFICE BLO CK.   =  Prompt  Free Delivery  '-1 % ���-  -;f ft.;.;  >. 1 i..r  "it  iS'i  (f.i.  hi.  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Greenwood Branch  tons being the lecord toi last week.  The total at the end of Deceinbei  bids fair lo inn over 375,000 tons.  i  I     WHAT THE EDITORS SAY.     )  Our thanks aie limited tod.ty, owing to the fact that many of 0111  subsciibers have foigotten that one ol  the noblest woiks 01 God is the man  who pays the pi inter���Ledge.  ���+���������������������+<  ��������������������������������� ���������������  The Phoenix Pioneer*  1SSUM) OJ. SATl-Xr>A\ B\ THK  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  AT PIIOKNIX. II. C.  W. B. WILLCOX. Manager.  Trf.niiniiM    I HiiMiiess office No. 14  Telei>Jioiie��   ' M,naK���., residence, No. 15.  SUBSCRIPTIONS IM  AllVA.NCi:.  It is understood, however, that Mr.  Rumberger's friends have pievailed up-  >n him to allow his name to he used  lor the good of the city. It is haidly  likely that any one will run agains.  hini. Twice alieady has Mr. Rum-  beiger been chosen by acclamation foi  mayor of Phoenix, and should the  same thing happen a thiid time���  which now seems emiiely likely ���  it will be a filling  tiibute lo ihe sieil-  was one  ���erVcnr i  *'����,.  -lie Months    1.251 ing qualities of the man who  To Foreign Countries  3 oo  ir^ou are not a subscriber to this paper, this  nan Invitation to vou to become one,  (i  Advertising rates furnished on application.  Legal notices 10 and 5 cents per line.  Four weekly insertions constitute one month's  advertising.  of the pioneers ofthe camp, and who  has always believed in it since that  hot July day in 1S91 when he iitst  airived on the site of* the piesent city.  The Pioneei believes that it voices ihe  sentiments of a majoiity of the voteis.  The mine owneis of West Kootenay  say that they piopose to go into the  meat business against Pat Hums. They  will have a good lime. Pat Burns attends strictly to his business.���Cran-  hiook Herald.  Theie will soon be big money iu  the booze business in Manitoba. The  lecently enacted prohibition measuie  has been declared valid by the Impel ial privy council at London���  Lardeau Eagle.  J. AL Kellie, is foininst ��� John  Houston s icdistiibutioii scheme because it does nut provide Kellie a seat  in the Uig Mend countiy. Kellie wants  a chance tb 1 ubber in on a cheap vote  and then .secuie thedistiibution < I the  patronage in a distiict wheie becomes  pietly neai being the whole electorate.  ���Paystieak.  Bought Queen of Sheba. 1  It is spoiled liom (iieeiitto.il that J  Andiew Laidl.iw   has bought putiighl,  fiom R.  C.  (ii.ili.tm  the  Queen  of j  Sheba, in Cm mi  camp,   up   the  we��t  toik ot Kettle unci.    'Ihe  .-laim   ad I  joins the Bute hei Boy, for which $50,  000 was lecently   refused.    The  deal  was   made  on  behall  ot   Geoige R.  Thamer,   piesident   of   the    Kmpiie  Lumber Coni|>an\, Chicago.  The articles of inroi pom tion of Mr  Laidlatv's latest flotation, the Chicago  Coppei & Smelting company, have  been filed at Viuoria The head  office is-iU Giejiiwoodand theiegister-  ed office at Chicago. The company  is capitalized foi $750,000, it) one  dollai shaies. -  The company pin poses undei taking  the development ot mining claims and  the constiuciion of a smeller. It has  actjuiied the Arlington claim, on which  the (iist payment was made. Chicago  capitalists aie interested.  JOHN A. CORYELL.  Provincial Land Sukmvok,  Civil and Minim: Kmi'Nuk.  rSl'AHLIMlKI;   iStSK.  PHOENIX md GRAND FORKS, B. C.  urns & Co/^  D. J. MATHESON,  1NSUKANC)   AGKN1,  HRE, 1.IKK, AtCIOHNI.  ('oiiiiiilshli.iiprrnrtiil.iiii; W'tldnvlts.  PlIOI-siX, H.  r. a. scon,  CONIKACIOK AND BUIUlKK.  Esil.MAlhS FUKNlSHFI).  u " " PIIOKNIX, I!.C.  II. S. CAVI.KV.  White Cooks and Waiters' Union <  No. 114 VV. L. V.. of Phoenix. I  Mt'flH TliniHility mulits, 8;,1>> nVlurk at  MuieiV Union Hull.  J. T. I.awki nci , Miss Clark,  President. Srcrclar>.  Those iksiruii; liclpappl> to secretary. 'I'honcso  LABCL>  SUCCESS OF LOW QRADE MINING.  Within the last few years much  more attention has been paid to the  possibilities of low grade mines than  heretofore. It is now an old story of  how the low grade ores of the Black  Hills, of Michigan, and also of-Alaska  have been .made >to yield handsome  profits to -the owners. Ore that runs  as, low as one per cent, is made to pay  a profit.  It is pretty^ well known in mining  that, no matter how carefully a mine  may be   sampled,    especially in  its  early stages of development, when the  ore is taken out in any quantity it almost invariably runs a little lower than  was anticipated/' This is a well recog-  1 nized fact among mining men of wide  experience,.that in preparing forexlen-  1 sive "development'and  smelting work  this is taken into consideration. , It is  .well, that it is taken account of,  or  there might be some sad ex|>eriences.  That this was . considered , by the  promoters   of the large  mining and  smelting concerns in the Boundary is  evident, for when  they started out,  .they^got ready to ^reduce  the cost of  extraction and smelting-to such a figure that; even if-the ore ran  lower in  value's "than they estimated; tliere would  still be a margin of profit left.   There-  Tore, we find today  that  both of the  Boundary' smelters are making a fair  profit on every ton of ore run through  their furnaces, with the' probability���  nay, certainty���that tlie cost of reduc-  - tion will be placed at a still lower figure as soon as the present .plants are  increased in capacity, which latter is  ,now being done.     The managers-of  ' these v smelters are to be congratulated  on the success.that has thus far attended their .work; from a financial point  of view.    It bids fair to1 be"even greater in.the'fulure,- and make the Bound-  - ary country-famed-far .and ��iderm the  vears to'come."-.     *  EDITORIAL COMMENTS.  The wise advertisei and hustlei  prepareth betimes for the Christmas  trade.  A piinting press combine is talked  of seriously. This means more bind-  ens foi the poor publisher.  That little revolution at Panama, as  usual, was a short lived afTaii, but it  kept the government busy_for a lew  days.  The. Piospccioi's Kschange, ol Nel  I son,  has   passed   into   othci   hands.  I Andiew F. Rosenbeigei, the  propiie-  lor, has  demonstrated   what   pnntei's  ink will do for a man in that businesi,  as well as in any other.    The pi ess of  the Kootenays will  legiet  ins  retire  ment, but will wish   him  eveiy  |��os  peiity iu any  field  he niav  enter���  Maiysville Tribune.  I. 0. 0. F.   Snow '  Shoe Lodge, No. 46.  Meets   even1  Mnmluv  Kvo ut   lliiiih-  McKi'ii/iu    Hull      VmIiiii;    Brethren]  Curdmlly Inviti'd. I>. Wuiikmdjc, N.U.  liho. It. Mkmi. Rku. See.  W. II. COCIIKANl-  CAYLEY & COCHRANE,  Soi.iciioks, F.IC.  PIIOKNIX, II. C.  Ml' 1    ���  D. WHITESIDE//  liAKKIS'lfcK & SO) ICIIOK,  Ormcu-Wlllimns llluck.  ' ' PHOKNI.x;, B. C.  Ill AH OI HCI   I OK ISOUNlJtKV CKI l.K, Gltri NWOOir, n-T-  III AllljHAKIl KS, NI I.SON, II. C.  f  ��� .... Wrt 11I Retail W flwhis. j  ; Mai Lets at Nelson,  Kaslo, Tlnee Forks, Sandon, Sloian Cin- '  ���   '    Silveiton, New Denvet, Yniii. Salnio, Rossland, Tiail,Cascid '*��� - ���  . GiandToiks, Giecnwood, Midway, Niagaia and Phoeiii'n"' ' ^  FISH, OYST1CRS AND PJULTRY IN SEASON  All indeis icceive prompt attention. v   ��� �� ���>��  ��  1  *  1  JOB PRINTING     *  AT THE PIONEER IOB O^FiCE  NEAT AND  ATTRACTIVE  O-  No one blames David Nation foi  securing a divorce fiom his wife, Cairie  Nation. The wondei is he did not do  il before ibis.  Smith Curtis has been attacked in  double leaded foi 111 by the Rossland  Miner, but he does not probably lie  awake nights thinking of it.  Premier Dunsmuir must know an  election is not fat off. He lecently  granted the demands of his coal miners at Alexandra���alter they had gone  on a strike.  Alderman Ross, of Greenwood,  editor of the Times, should now be addressed as "Your Worship.", He is  acting mayor duiing the absence of  Mayor Jakes.  ��� Joe Mai tin seems to be lying low  these daysi The chances are, howevei,  that he will be heard fronr when the  time comes. Joe is the hardest man  in Canada to kill politically.  This is the worst of all. The magazines have begun to print pictures ol  Miss Stone, the missionary that the  Sultan Turkey's Bulgarian brigands are  holding for a ransom. If Ellen only  knew it!  THIRD TERM FOR MAYOR RUMBEBdER.  In a few week's "the" v6ters of Phoenix will be called upon once more to  exercise their franchises, and choose a  new set of municipal officers.     It is  1 v expected that several of- the aldermen  . will consent to serve the city  for an-  -s other year,'but as yet, for the position  of mayor but-one name has been men-  i  tioned���that ofthe present incumbent  ofthe highest office in the gift of 1 the  people of this city.  Mayor George W. Rumberger has  been perhaps more devoted to the interests of Phoenix than any other person in the community. He did not  seek the office when it was tendered  him, and in fact would have preferred  that someone-else should have the  high honor.     Nevertheless Mr. Ruiu-  - berger has taken hold ,of the work/of  getting a new municipality on its feet,  and has devoted himself to it heart  and soul. No salary is attached to the  office of mayor nor to that of council-  - men, yet the mayor "has devote J a  large part of his time and efToi ts to the  ( affairs of the city. It is not loo mucli  -j , to say that he has performed his part  -,'well, and to the satisfaction of our  people, often at an expense to his own  pocket. If there is a man in this locality who would have given better  seivice, his name has not yel been  mentioned.  For these and othei reasons, the  Pioneer believes that Mr. Rumberger  should be once more placed in the  office of mayor. He makes no secret  ofthe fact that he would prefer to  forego further municipal  honori, and  This week was Chinese New Year,  but in Phoenix there was not even the  popping of a firecracker nur the playing of a'single game of fan tan. The  explanation is simple. Theie are no  Celestials iu Phoenix, as the atmos  phere^is too rarified for their constitutions.  Tfiose interested in having it so,  give it out that the legislature will not  meet till the end of Februaiy or the  first of March. Probably Mr. Dunsmuir is anxious to hold on as long as  possible for "personal reasons," but  what will the lieutenant-governor have  to say "about it?  puie cussedness 01  It was either  concentrated essence of foolishness  that inspired the Grand Forks Minei-  Oazette to amplify and "exaggerate in  yellow journal style a story which it  heard from Phoenix last week. The  editoi of that papei should have sense  enough to know that the interests ol  the different parts of the Boundary  are one.  ', E. V. Bod well, who recently an-  -nburjeed himself as a candidate to  contest the vacant government seat in  Victoria, is coming in for criticism at  the hands, of a portion of the provincial press and lor commendation by a  laiger portion. Bodwell will be elected,  it is generally believed, and will undoubtedly be a force in the next  legislative assembly.  I     PROVINCIAL NEWS NOTES.     {  'I he Vancouver Moi.day Mom ing  Leader is the latest in provincial  journalism. Editor Reyno'ds ot the  Aihcroft Journal is at the helm ol the  new venture.  A few days since the Trail smeltei  employees voted on the question of  continuing accident insiitance. The  result was ovei whelming!)' in favor of  continuance.  On the Josie tiamway at Rossland  last Friday John Gunaei wasiun down  and killed by a cir in some unknown  manner. No one saw the accident  and its cause is a mystery.  The town of Fetnie is in tiouble,  The Crow's-Nest Coal Co. propose to  build a new town of its own close by,  with residences for its miners and  stores to supply them with goods.    , ,  Thomas Earle, Member of ihe Dominion House of Commons, and one  of Victoria's leading wholesale groceiy  merchants, made an assignment last  week for the benefit of his creditors.  A new twin sciew iron steaniei for  Okanagan lake was brought in last  week from Toronto by tbe C. P. R. It  arrived iu sections, and makes a boat  about 90 feet long, which will be pui  together as speedily as possible.  ���  STWCTLY BUSINESS JOTTINGS. 1  Good advertising bridges the gull  between success and failure.  When you see an opportunity hit it  on the head with a sledgehammer.  The most comprehensive advertise  ment heading'is the most profitable.  If a man doesn't use his head in advertising he is'sure to put his foot ji it.  Advertising'is a business mattei ���  not a frivolity. Make it youi most  lespectable representative.  Valuable space filled with pooi  copy is like good food spoiled in the  cooking. It is filling, but* not satisfying-      , '  The'old adage, "Everything comes  to him who waits" may have been all  right in its day, but now it's "Everything conies to hinrwho-hustles and  advertises while lie waits."  The.business man should take time,  make time, oi hire the time made tor  him, to have his advertising readable,  printable, forceful, pointed, worth the  price he pays, or worthy ot the audi  ence he talks to.  Advertising is not business news  alone, but il 'is piactically the only  busines news. The advertising pages  ofthe magazines and newspapeis keep  pace with the latest spiiit in modern  business, just as the magazine itseh  keeps pace with modern thought and  progress,  f. MONN'IKK, I ics  PHOENIX AERIE,  NO. 158.  Mteliiigs on Tiies-  dm R30 p. tn nt  Miners' Union Hull.  Visiting'     brethren  conluillj liiviltd  K. I,   1IOV1), Secy,  B. KERR.  i><AKKIhl'KK   AND  SOI.ICTIOK,   ,  J ! NOI'AKVI'UIII.IC.  PHOENIX. B. C  (Nnilk-te  Stock of  Wat;hes, Clocks,  and Jewelery,  Wntili Repaiiiug a Spui'ialt),  Spectacles and Eyeglasses Fitted.;  COMPANY  Phoenix Lodge No. 28,  r KnlgbU of PytHas.  Meets eierj Tuesday night  .���t 7 30 p. in , Miners' Union  Hull.  Visiting brethren welcome.  C A. McCi.ung, C. C.    .  I) J.Matiikson, K. R. S.  ,j       ,'     Agent for���  PABST BEER  Complete I.inc of Sample.  W. ZIMMERMAN,  Fiist St., opposite K.istcin Township ll.iiir-,  Phoi nix, II. (J.  R. GREIGER,  Manager I  GREENWOOD  A Snap for  Subscribers  OLD AND NEW  C. A. McClung & Co.,  Hay, Grain, Feed, Rolled Oats, Etc.  Phoni- No. 36.        STANDARD, AVE., I'HOENIX.  BOTTOM  PRICK.  PHOENIX  FREIGHT AND EXPRESS RECEIVE  PROMPT ATTENTION. r ---  LIVERY AND STAGE LINE  The total oie pioduction of the  Boundary camp for jooi will reach  2/S.o���� tons, as compaied with 100  000 in 1900. Next ycai's production,  it is estimated, will ciowd close up to  the million mark. The Boundary is  in a fair way to become the biggest  mining camp on earth���Sandon P.iy-  streak.  Our bright Slocan contemporary is  just 100,000 tons short.    Up to last  Saturday 335,297 tons had been ship-  let some one enjoy the mayor's chair. I ped this year from the Boundary, 7,899  UNLAWFUL TO EXPECTORATE.  Tbe Provincial Huitfe Board Expressly Prohibits If.  The provincial government authorities have issued an order dated Nov  ember 14, 1901, wherein they declaie  that spitting is a habit which is danger  ous to tlie public health, and accoid-  ingly have prohibited all pei sons from  spitting in public. The older is con  tained in a set of regulations from the  Provincial Board of Wealth in regard  to the prevention of contagion from  tuberculosis, and reads as follows:  "Inasmuch as spitting is puielya  matter of habit, and is offensive to  many, and is often haim.ul and a  fruitful means of carrying disease, it is  heieby declared unlawful to spit in  tramcais, railway cars or other public  conveyances, or on sidewalks, or on  Uoors and other parts of public buildings."  A penalty of a fine of not more than  $100 or not more than six montW  imprisonment with or without hard  labor, or both, is provided for.-violaK  ions of the regulations, of which this  prohibition of spitting is one, and therefore the fine applies to this as well as  the other regulations,  Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto ^^ __  Globe (daily) both for One-JCl-VK  year  fffViiv  Phoenix Pioneer and^Toronto  Globe, (weekly) both for One     7 kfl  year , __       m*v"  Phoenix Pioneer and'Montreal      _ _.  Daily Herald, both .for One     7 Kjl  TTfiSr   fI,'clud'BKWn>id*'<c.me^rortrivit\    '     ' '       ' "     -Mr9l\l >  J*3"1    WKing Inward, uxMinchei,;  ��"*V**  Phoenix Pioneer and New York " ' "^'  World, Thrice-aweek, both: - 7 kfl  for one .year���.,:....:         Ltvv  Send all subscriptions to this office  PHOENIX PIONEER,  PHOENIX, B. C.  GREENWOOD STAGE LEAVES 8 A. M AND  1 P  M.    ��UNDAY�� J P, tfi.  'PHONE NO. 6. 'QEQ P. tyURPHY. Manaprv  Fashion Livery  Stables  PRASER & COLLINS,  1'KOI'KII.TOKh.  Prompt Attention Given to all Orders.     '    :  Tel. No 10.   KNOB HILL AVC.; PHOENIX.  Do you want the   [  Phone No. I7>  Best Dry Wood?  Tamarack and Fir, per cord, $3,75 '  Steve Wood M*      v 7.4.50  DiaiVrKKD AT YOUR DOOK.  Send  Orders *o  Mckenzie's Drug Store |      JameS Moral!  I ���''���.��mmm������..  ^4  m I Furniture 1  I::::::::::::::::���"'"'  '      s  I a '~*j TN this line we are hi" a bettei' position  ����  .     �� ��� {_       than ever to supply  the  wants of tlie   %  \  HOUSE-     PttMic of frhoWx. <     /       ���ft  j mm      (ipiseisieriiig a specially    %  i    |UFF|&    ' '   2:  !....__...! CLARK (Si. BINNS, %  anUdnEemrblT���g ^OLD   IRONSIDHS   AvK.   |  Bellevue   Hotel,  Knoh'HillAvi:., i  PHOENIX, B.C J  I Ins hold is (cnti.ill) loc.ucd, newly built  and  newly a  luinishedtliM.iighoiit.     literj thing is   fust t lass.    liar "  stocked with the finest. . f  EDWARD SIMI'SON, Prop, f  LUMBER COMPANY, Ltd.  MANUFACTURERS OF ALI^KINDS OK,     '      -,    .  ROUGH AND,.PRESSED LUMBER  . .    i^    <.     -    . ..- t     . ?   a  , '  OFFICE AND YARDS  .ROSSLAND, GREENWOOD, CASCADE,and PHOENIX, H. C.  Smoke KELOWNA Union made  CIGARS SSP  dFQa.^3  Pftoehiz Home B*ewe<l  .Choice Winea, Liquors and Cigars always in  stock. Boaid by dav or week. One trial and  von will remember Tho Maple Leaf Forever.  H'e��ed |��� a Home Ii,stitutu>i  I'ostol I-1 lends ��|)0 ic���  l.'is proven the test and li.is made a  Hy to its Good Qualities  e best hotels in Phoenls  scivc itiotheii custon.eis, and who find   that   the  Bee.   "Madeal  "me   is etjual, il not better, than fo.e.gi. brewed. *  Old Ironsides  Ave.  iliEGG & McDONALD, Props,  �����  PHOENIX  JULIUS MUELLER, PRqpRijqojt.  Comer Standard Ave. and Banae* St., Phoenix-  mmBBBBBBS  ^4l����mw^lMBMiM  l     .�����*"���.,  ���  , *���>>. .i.ii-'  * , ..�� " "i '  f r,    '  ^��iii  ��� ��� ��� L i i  -i i  I  r  ^    Ai       w     A V  -      �� .  - t - '   st\.  * ��'l.  'i  . i'  -L  ������1   ie  ,'    Vs."1"-    '  *���.:  .?"  ���T       'j-  ���  ,  c   ���  *       ���" ,     r  "'   '    '  . I 11 ��      1,1 ��  f.  ?'  Vi'  i- pgV THR PHOENIX   PIONIiKR.  ^���^^���^���������������������������^����������������������������������������������������������4.44444+f4.++)MO  w  ��� flits |>o|inl:ir rt-Hort 1  1    hux. been refilled,  ?  JAMES EDWARDS, Prop.  ..ilH. been  r furnished ami  hor- t  i -.i ^  The Host Appointed and Equipped  ,   Host.lery in thu. Houndary.  |S?a^"S|:!!!!!!!��ilWJ��?. and CIGARS.  I modern liolel conven- I  1 Iciicvm. I.i*al and Long-  lilsiiiiice    Telephone, f/  cuimrcllun ''Willi    the  ollic -mid is licwlutuir- ���  tcr* foi Singe anil KhII-  ��-uy trntTic: uii.l every 1  attentili'l  l��   ��i>'e�� Jo I  comfort-rind con-"  IMPORTED and DOMESTIC.  A the c  f vciiiciice   of patrons.  { The hotel him been eii-  I htrged liy Uic addition  -  i of fifteen   nicely   fur- |  | ulslied roonm, ��  i  Comfortable Sample  ->. Rooms for j.  Commercial Travelers  The  Public   Patronage  Reipeclfully Sullclied.  We iiliu to plume our pre.  Hent large trade mid  dciiervc inure.  DOMINION'AVK.,  _��!__   PHOENDLB. C.  ���  S^e BUTTE CAFE  Open  r  -Blljl-  ...Night  Game in Season  First-Class'Diiiinjr Room with Private  Poxes for Families. Home Cooking.  Only the Besc of Everything-to'be  found, in tlie Markets.  GEO. W. BLAKE,  MANAUKK, ���  MAY ERECT  OWN WORKS  So  Says  Mr.  McMillan  thc Snowshoe.  NOW  LOOKING INTO THE DETAILS  principal woik has ' been ronlineil to  '.he Whitman Gulch claims, which are  favorably reported'upon,' as well us  with tegaid to im . hydiaulic .mining  'oration; three miles in. extent, on Uplands Creek,.tor wh'icli ihe .Syndicate  lias made formal application to the  government at Ottawa.  Captain A. }.   Corse-.Scoit   lms  resigned his position as a director,  and  j  he lioatd have  elected , Mr.   (^haile.^  I''. M. Scitiisliii.l, a largeshareholder,  to fill tin- vacii'ifv,;'        -,  NOTE AND COMMENT.  ExFtrimenm With Electricity and Oil Being  Cunduclel in nnglanJ and America  for ihe Snowshoe Peopled  OPINION OF A TYM.  He  *����������������������������������**����#��  *��������������*���  ' ��������##*������  ������*���*����������������������������  A  J. McMillan, managing  directoi  of ihe Siiowshoe  iniiie,   was  tecentb  hitei viewed at the coasi as  follows  in  irgaiilto thai Phoenix canippiopeity :  Kcveiting lo lite boundary  district,  ,,,,,... M'"- McMillan expressed himself in   a  1     Open' D^ll/    l'irst-Class Dinifig Room with Private     2, very eiiihusiasiii: manner on  the ex  J   ':", \aj ���;-"UV     Poxes for -Families.    Home  Cookinir.      ���,(*I'^U''ogress thai has, been  made  > (during the present year. Ihe devel-  f opmen.s at ihe Snsiwshoe mine, he  4 j saiil, had proved eminently satisfactory,  + antl very large ore bodies of a gener-  | ally higher grade  than ''most  ol   tht  ��� J mines of that territory afford, had beet  4  exposed.    Anangeiiienis  have  mean  ��� while been nude to ship  the  piodu-'i  O������������������������������������^^���������������������^������.���^���������������������������������������������������������������^j u ll'f...(iiee"',;,!J  s"*lu:''   "''��� �����'���  ���    ���.-. .������.-.��� -���      ���      ��� ���  .   '        McMillan and Ins colleagues  un ��� llu  ' I board of direciots of the Snowshoe  j company aje seiiously considering tin  :    i ftitute erection of reduction   works o  j    j their  own      Naturally,   however,   in  hasty  action   will  he   taken   in   tliii.  diiei'tJon,. and   lor  ihe  present   Mr  McMillan is coiiieniiug  himscll   will  scan ing its much information  as  pos  sible on the subject of ihe best method:  ol 11 en I ing the. ore.  Tints recently a sample of 140 ton?  weight ot material, was sent for experi  mental pui poses .to the Islmon Oi  Concentrating Works, in England���;  this process being, though slill ih tin'  experimental* .stage, yeiy inexpensive  and well thought uf by many eminen.  engineeis lo whose attention it hai  been liiottght. - A plantj in > tact, ..is  being installed al Stiattou's Independence mine in Colorado, of which tlu  EaiI of Chesterfield is chairman, as  well as acting in the same, capacity foi  the Snowshoe undertaking.  Then, too, experiments with the  Snowshoe ore are being conducted  under; the persanal direction, of the  great inventor; Thomas A. Edison, who  WiiifeSfar laundry  l-'IrfU-Chms Woik Guaranteed-  Miners' l-'liiuiiclsii Specially.  Good* Called fnitii I Dtlivci-  '���' '  ed Krce.' 'Viiiir Patronage So- '��� ���--  ll.it.;.!. , =  ...'vLl.lMItUULfflLj-  v.iks, m;if,i)i.vc,,()i'i'Ohii'K :  7 7""  "iiteli"^   Hotel,Dominion   Aee.   j  llrnncli:   LAIRD'S  PAR- '.  1IKK SlltJI', Upjier Town.    I'iui.nk Vo.fi)  \  ..........  ..,,..������........  .0.������������..*���.���...������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  j Lion Bottling Works]  JAS. McCRRATH. Prop.  t  WanU   His   Miner   Developed   Before  .  .       .   Buyi.  The'Montreal 'Witness recently-pub  lished an article on mining in   Biitisl  Columbia, during which.it  alludes  ti.  the disinclination of .'capital   to  invest  in this province in   iiiiniug properties.  It quotes a Moniteal'mining eitgineei,  who declares 1h.1t the chief reason wh\  triiire capital does not invest in Uiitish  Columbia mines is simply   because  01  ihe lack of development, and when tin  cltiimowiieisappreciate the fact that  a  developed mine can be sold,   while  a  prospect 'cannot,  and appreciate   tlu  .fact,'.buckle'down   to "work,   oiitsidi  capital will seek theprovince as a field  101; investment.'The hovihee of Van  1.ouver reechod the sentiment allegei,  to have been given 'utterance'to by tin  Montreal milling engineer.  ���Theengineer who is quoted by tbe two  papers nuisl he the veriest tyro.   When  .inline is developed iii Mi itish (Joliiin  iiia of a ineriloiioiis chaiacter, tisiialh  ihose who own it have no desiie to sell  11.  Il it is one that will yield good profi'  iliev know its value and are loath  t<  part with it unless they can obtain a  big price for it.    If; then, Eastern Can  ,ida waits and only fnvests in clevelop  ed mines the purchases made by its in  vestors iii .this province will be exceed  nig few.    The mining engineer  talks  glibly about "when claim owners appre  (iiiite the (act that develojicd mines can  he sold they will buckle down to work  ,md , develop.'. ihem,"  wipe!)- is   bosh.  |itire  and simple,  as ,116! community  Knows Oi   appreciates  '.he   value of a  developed mine better than the miners  ot this section.���Nelson Miner.  Jobbers   ill.,.   ^VjngS     BfiSf   20(1   CiPJdfS ������ I,s endeavoring to perfect a process  by  OI.'iHTJS   Ity   TF.I.KI'IIO.VK  I'HOMI'TI.V  F!|.l.l.5ll..;  -Ol. H .V.l-.vr-i WJ< KKICiMQOKM.HN ���MKI.T'KRS- III.ITH  I Alll I. UK AN!) I'lll-: MO-.T II l'.AI.'I'lll'UI. AND Klil'KKSII-  INC.   OH JIIM-.   Al. UATKKS. .-��� .       .,'.,  GREENWOOD and PHOENIX, B.C. I  9 1 which the values in this ore would'- be  ��� jextracted'at a cost npf.  much exceed���  f-'iiig a dollar a ton.    Mr. McMillan  is  ��� '  ��� Edison's researches in this matter aie  : leaving for England, via   New York,  ! in the co'urse of a few  days,  and   has  kindly promised   to advise  how.Mr.  eventuating.  ^���������������*������..������������..������������*...�����������������������������������������������������������������������������  aw. Mcdonald  Plumbing  & Tinning  Job Work Promptly Attended to.  Phoenix ��treei(lliick ofPoMlollice.) V. St N. I'lioiie .Vo.  Phoenix, B��C  ������������������������������..>������������*����������������������� ��������������������������������������������������*�����������������������  #  ������  ���'  ���  c  3  t .  t >  C  9.  t  ��� :  ::i  ������;  '���"���  ��� ���  '���  '���'���  '��� ���  ���'���  "���  "�����  ���  '9  -���  ..���'���'   ,'':H;-  \ '���  ."'-.'7.'���,'.'.1  r~>  b  ���'  A  .',���7-7-:  bJ  *Y  ���11  r*  IT  "ll^O*  .;.7.:,_'|  w^  1  U  1  1 \  -M *&  XHaFs Our Business  ..���^-���- ��� 1 ������ ... .'.���������..'���  '������-   ^v v*-'.-   ���  .y-.    -'���  i*��     ���--.'���-  .���   -,?%\V'-,'t7, ����������-A;-  %'-**A   ,-������.->',���������  ���."-.   ;t(iMW.'f',",���    ���-_: ,; ;,'��� '���'.,.������  ���  The Job'  DeparthienV of the  Phoenix    Pioneer, i.s  fully  ;��� ojuipj^dia"-:'tu'rh>6iiif;.tlie";BI3S.T QUALITY -of Stationery  for any kiitd of  business..   Special attention paid to. work  for Miiiesr   Stocky the test;   quality, tlie .highest grade.  :--:--.^-.;A-DDRliSS:-''   ���:    '  THE PHOENIX PIONEER,  7'-7:7' * ���  5/ ��� PHOENIX, B. 0.  ThoheNdCL47.;  �����������������������**�����������������������������*��������������������������������������������������������*���������������"������������������  I     &.HOTEL BROOKtYN....  ,....--.' (l'ornterly the Melropolllnii.)  High class wines, liquors and cigars always in stock. Convenient sample rooin for Commercial |Men. First  class Cafe in connection. .    ���������    .  s  *������..     ^ HUQHIE iicGUIRE, Prop ���  HAS SEVERAL GROUPS OF CLAIMS.  The Snowshoe People are Interested in the  Yukon.  The following appeared in   the  lasi  issue ol the II. C. Review, of London,  England :  The B. C. (Rossland and Slccan) Syndicate  In anticipation of the fourth ordini-  ary genera! meeting called for. Wednesday next, the report and accounts  for the year cnding': December 31st  last have been issued. The whole 01  the expenditure having been out oi  capital no profit and loss account has-  teen prepared, but the company i.s now  well equipped with <lunds. Of tht  nominal capital (,��100,000; 47,423  shaies are fully paid, and 33,721  shown are i2S.6d. paid up.  During the year under review the  Syndicate's energies have been principally devoted to the development 01  the Snowshoe mine, and the work ha?  progressed with most gratifying results.  One additional claim, ihe Pheasant,-  and two fractions, the Fairplay anu  Alma, were purchased, and, toguthet  with the Snowshoe, comprise an area  of about 120 acres. ..The Stiowshot  group has been sold, however, and  lloated ,.s a. separate .company. Tlu  St. Elmo Mining Company, in which  the Syndicate owns 1,000 shaies, reports satisfactory progress, though h  was somewhat retarded by the late  Kossland strike ol millets.  In the substantial'block of freehold  building land .in Rossland, ihe Syndi-  biite possesses a good propeity, but tin  directors decided not to deal with it it.  any way on account of ihe progress ol  the ctu of Rossland ��� being somewhat  thrown back by the labor troubles  Ihe Coat River group of claims, which  were under option to the Syndicate,  have been purchased, and the work  necessary for crown granting pio ceded  with. It was again decided this year  10 pospone the payment of the direct  us' fees, fejegardjug.. the Syndicate's  n'terests in  the   Yukon   District,  th  NEW PLAN OF REDISTRIBUTION.  Not Advisable For Politicians To Be AUjcd  Up In It.  7 The.'notion advanced" by the Fori  Steele Prospector and Greenwooc  Times that tlie business of redistribution  should be'taken out of the hands "or  the politicians altogether and given b\  the government eitlier to thc judges ol  the Supreme Court of liriiisli'..Columbia or else loan impartial commission,  is one that has been largely .endorsee.'  by the press of the- province ��� ant.'  recommends itself to every lover ol  justice and fair play. It was the in  tention of Chailes Wilson, had he been  returned as the bead of, a straight  Conservative, party-at the last election,  10 have handed over this task to the  judges. Even from the most selfish  point of view of expediency this course  s'lould recommend itself" to the gentle  men,in power at Victoria. Sweepi ^  :hanges have to be made in the dis  tiibtitiou of seats, changes that must  lose any government which;attempts it  mike them many of their friends, and  will not on the other hand ~ placate  their opponents. The task is a most  delicate and difficult one, which only  men lifted above the ordinary political  atmosphere can be expected to ap  proach without bias or.'to carry.through  .villi satisfaction.���Revelstoke Herald.  A wealthy mail who died 7 recent It  left a will in wliich he lecjuested thai  his estate, which was composed 01  bonds, slocks and - money,, be burned.  A hcniiless new.spa'|ier man, referring  10 the inalter editorially, says -of -him  1 hat.:, he'p'eihaps knew il would In,  luniied if lie look il with him'. ���,  - -, ���-��#  The while workers of California'an  relieved-to le.iin, seemingly..-on good  atnhoritv, lhat President ; Rooscvel  vill stion^ly' support re-enactment <���  the United Slates (Chinese Exihisio  Ad, which will shoilly "expire, havinj  been passed with a.lime limjt thai i-  al.iiosi"reached,'-'.'Ii.is.'added lliai'lt.b.  President is' likely to make this rcc'oir  me'iidatioii a proniin't'iit feature 01 hi:  (itst Message tb:: ^longress., ...The. an  expires neM May. .,,-. ��� ���  .-- �����-'--     ���  ������'The 28th annual report of."the   Hi.  I'into mines of Spain is inteie'stiiig   ti  those who keep in touch with ihe ptii  duciion   of   the  red  metal,   says  ai  exchange.    It has  an  added   intere..t  in this section from the fact   tliai   W.  A. Carlyle, formerly provincial  tninei-  (ilogist and for a period maiiauerof.ilu-  Ibitish Ameiica Corporation  mines 01  ihe Rossland camp, is now the  manager of the Kib Tinto Company's mines.  Ihe report for the past year  shows, u  profit of $9,700,000,  and   the  yearV  dividends amounted'to  85   per  cent.'  During the past live years  the  otiiput  ol ihe inihes reached 'the. slupendou  total of 30,781,000 tons ofpyritic ore,  and, from ibis product 600,060 tons 01  metal was extracted.    It is esiiiiiated  that the amount of ctipp'er  in the ve  serve heap's "will  amount   to   128,016  tons,    This is an   increase  from   tlii  liguies'of 1899 when the  reserve  war  118,651 tons. The untouched deposit.-  of ore are said to be sufficient to  givi  the mines a  life  time of 25  years.  About 2,000,000 tons of ore per annum,  or mote than twice  what is  ex t rae tec  in Ilritish Columbia, is taken- out each  year and the estimate of the  quantitj  of ore yet.to.be min��d'is  based   upon  this rate of production..,"  LICENSE   TO AN  EXTRA-PRO^  VINCIAL COMPANY.  "Comi'anv's .Aerr, 1^97"  J': k  '��� CANADA:  I'BUVIHC'R OF Hx'lTUill C,H.UMI|l  Ko. ��M.,  Notice of Application for Transfer of Liquo.  Licence.  XOTICH IS IIRR15I1V GIVK.V tlint nt the nexi  lining of tee r.iceiic^ Commissioners lor tlie Cit\  of Phoenix I iitteml to nppty lor ir'trnnsfer U  W; N. U111111 of the licence which I hold to sell  liquor hy retnil in the I'hoenix Hotel, I'hoenix,  II. C.  Dated this Sth .lay orNovember, A...D., 1901. .  ���3 '.-,-.. Hakry Nash.  DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP  Notice is hereby given that the imrtuershi)  lieretnfure existinjr between Joe M. T ylor, Jr ,  and myself, under llie firm name'of 'KiunberKei  & Taylor. i�� dissolved from this date   Dated al I'hoenix, H. C. the.ist day of October,  1901: ''...,.      G ��� W. ���RUM11BK0KH.  BRITISH COLUMBIA MINING NOTES.  Ore shipments from Rossland last  week were 6,075 tons.1  The North Star mine, East Kootenay, will pay a dividend of one and  one-halt per cent, on December 15th.  A strike was made on the True  lilue lasl week of." a four-foot coppei  ledge that assays 30 per cent, coppei.  .Tlie Fort Steele Prospector says ii  is. reported the North Star mine,  which shut down a few days since  will resume operations this month.  A report conies from Windermere  that a strike of rich ore has b^en made,  on the Red Line, the ore running  .rom 800 to 1,0.00 ounces to the ton.  The four-story bunk' house at tht  Silver-'King- mine, Nelson, was de  stroyed by lire last Sunday; insurance  $14,000. Until a new house can be  built, the output of mine and siueltei  will be reduced.  A PPL1CATI0N  FOR TRANSFER  OK LIQUOR'LICENSE.  NOT I li IS IIRRKBV CIVKNIhat I will make  application to the Hoard of License i ointnission  ers of the ��� iiy of Phoenix- at i'K next meeting foi  it transfer of the I.icjuor License now held by nit  to sell liquor by retnil in the Victoria Hotel  litttate 011 ironsides avenue, on Lots, 15 and 16  leck II, Old li-ou>ides Adtlifiou (o the City ol  I'hoenix lo Joseph N. Clillis.  Dated nt I'hoenix, K, C, tills J4II1 day d  October, 1901. J. IJIKKMAN".  TI1H IS TO.CKItTIKVihat Ihe "H-ownhne  Hold ��nil Coiii.or .Milieu, limited," If  Hulh rl��jd u'iiu lli-tnuo I toiriirry on buiil-  iicisw thlu tho I'rovlveif lirlilnh Coliiintdn.  und iii.i'.'-r. >' on' or ell'/i'l ulllor miy oflho  i.lijpi-td.nf tho C iiij>ii)ij' tn.'whl'cb' 'he leglx'it-  live un hi-rity of ire   ]cK;*l*tiire of llrltlsti  l.'lllllllllllltUXKl'll!'). '  ..     ���    ), ���'-..' :.  'Ihe lii'iid olllco.oMlio'('othjiu'iiy isnltnaio In  KuvlHllil;  Tlieuiiioiint of iliecnpl'ul of the Company Ik  jC2V',aiii-<)ivfiloJ liiii>2'io,OUU'ha-esof��l e��ch.  Tlu n��i il olllce ef the coin pun j- In ihia Kro-  Vliu-e b ���I|iul o at Koks and,und Anthony Jehu  .'UcMillMi, .MiniHgliiK Dlreeti rof Ihe Coinjuinv,  H'lu.��> Kdilr��CK Is roMslanil afnrenHlrl, Ih Ihe �����-  (ir-iiy fo'ihu tJoiiipuuy. .  i.lvcn,under " y lunul and FOlif'-of'ofllee. at  Vict rln, 1'iovlmc of Ilrltmh 'Columbia, 'hln  i'.th dn>-of Oeiobor, one tnousatpl nine Injured Illldl-IIU. '���-  [I. H.l 8. V. WOOTTO.V,  ���.-.������ Heitls'.-iiri'f Joint Stot-k Compnnles.  1 ho f.ilKuvliii? are iha obJoctH lOrwhli-b Iho  Ci'iiipHoy-h >��� lio.:n eslablshol: ���  . ( 1 In iiiiopiiiiid eairy lino elled, wlirt fiioh,  if a y 111 d'luiloiiH or vltemiliinK un may be  -mroeil 1111, suIJoj', if prior t" Ihe utnttltory  .iiietli v, i.i iho apiirovi of sin li incetltiK, Ihe  ���mm -11.0111. wiih The Hilibh Coliniibla t K< k -  unit iitid-loi'iiii) ���yi:(ili'Hte, l.lniliod, inferred  ol 1 (i!Hn��o:iuf ihewirilclen of Amoclutloii nf  iho ''oinpaiiy.  C-) To|ic|iil 0 mines hii.1 inliimg rl��h * in  irlt rh C liiiulilii, mid other i-ouniiloH or  ,j|ti �����-s,mih1 uny InlercHtu' herein mill ilyhuover  .hes.inic, and any eoncTH lotif, ixrniit>*. rights,  powurimiiil prJvlluxcH In rtupMatlieioof, und foil 11 y Miieh purpose to jir sped, oxmiiine nud explore uny kiii'II I'otintr'eHor plnees. mid to employ 11 nd eipilp expui'llloiir, coinmln��ione, expel Is unit i.ilmr i.k'entK, mill 10 w ck, develop,  ijury nut, exen-lse mid turn lo neuounl Ihe  lirtTJIU' tlUN Cll|ll'|>IOIIl'HBM ���������� od:     '"  (a) To work nud inde In nil kludsof natural  pr.idiiiiiaof the aiiinitilCH'iir nlni-cs wheio the  lukIiicwm of the 'oinpaii)' ���hull for the lime be-  In;; 1 oi-iir'U-i on, mid lo client the full devel-  nietil ��f till ruiuiiierclul operation* In eonnee-  llon theiewlth:,  (I) To��� hciitfh for, win, get,quarry, reduce  iinatgiiniHte, diess, 'Cllne itnd piopare lor innr-  1:0'. luirlferouKiiHiii!, .iniu-i/, 010 and other iiiln-  erul siibstaiicO', whether niirlferoiiH or not, and  precious sloi ef, a d gouprally to carry on kiii  iik- iillnrnlciil operations whit h may seem eon'-  ilunlve lo any ol the Cfiii|mnj'Hobjeem:        ,  [ii) lo buy, >ell, ell u mid deal In bullion,  spui'lr, coin am! ptecioiiH inetols : ,  (li) To develop the resources of nnd turn to  accMiiiit ai,y lauds or rights over or ennueetc)  wl-.h lsnd heloiigliig ,t" the t'onipiiny, or in  which iho Company Is Interested, and Jn P��r-  tl.ulai b..'clcHriug,dniinliig, fencing, plaining,  i-ulllv llnr, building, Improving,farming,Irrigating, nil grazing, and by promotliiK iminl-  grailon and cnilgiatlon, and the. liatubllsli-  iiient of unvus, v Hugo* and settlements:  (7.) To cirry out, establish, construct, maintain, fmprovu, liiitiuige. work, eoiilrol and superintend any iimils, wa-s, tramways, railways,  lirl.lges, harbours, reservolip, wiiler-conrses,  wharves, eiubunkii cuts,.hydraulic works, tele  gntphs, ie ephbties, suv-inills, smelting works,  iiiri'iiccs foctorles, waiehoiues and olhei  litillilliigs, works and conveniences, and to  contribiitn to or osslst In the 'carrying out,  establishment, construction, maintenance,  improvement, uiBiiiige oent, working, control  or superintendence of the sRiue:  (8.) To carry on all or any of tho btislncfse-  or minors, smeltorsi qunry owl ers, qtiarrymen,  saw-mill proprietors, timber merchants, metal  founders, worke-s and comerlers, engiiieeis,  mechlutst.s, gas makern, shipbuilders, prourle-  "      -' -.-������-.      ��� ���     ���      j,,   -  Vegetables!  Vegetables!!  Wholesale and Retail.       f  All hoipc  grown   and in 1'liie  Shape.   W  Shipped promptly on receipt of order,      <��  JAS. H. PETERS,  i  ,���.-._ Jiouoat Rnncli  ���?   Corresjioudi net- Sol Iclti il  &i    Jfa    ^w    fa  COLUMBIA, B. C. |  Phbenix % Bakery  C. "\V. GREER, Prop.  Phoenix Street,  Opp. P.  0.  Bread Delivered Daily to all  parts of the City.  'When we ��ny we make good llrend  : we arc only repenting the words of  oin many customers To the slinugir  we say. Try it mid lie com meed.  WHS, CAKI'.S, COOKIHS, DOUOII-  NUTS, I'.lc, [il\vii)�� on hniid.  Light Express in ("oiHKictiuii  V.K   H I'llONK. S3.  JOE DERHAM  General  Blacksmith  Sprcial Atleution to Horse Shoeing.  NEAR TIIE RINK  Dominion Avenue,    -    PIIOKNIX, H. O.  The Stemwimler Hotel,"on First St.,  ���an be rentod tm reasonable terniF.  Iiiiint-diate possi'ssioh niven to (lininj.'  room ami bul roums, i;ll iiirii'ishuil. Kx-  ,-i llt-nt rliani'it fur the ri^ht person.  Bar room -can be- rented separately  from 15th oi.Ianliniy.  .'��� '  C. H. MULL1N,  PHOENIX, 11. 6.  i��t��o��i��i<**��*te��(tia*<��it������***********i>**'**"*'  ��� '  4  <f  - 9  e  ���  ���  0  a  ���  ���  e  o  a  e  ���  s  e  ���  e  e  ���  AGENT FOR DOMINION COPPER COMPANY'S ADDITION.  PHOENIX has a Greater record for shipments than any oilier camp in British Columbia  for 1901. The Boundary shipments for 1901 will aggregate 375,000 tons of Gold-Copper  ore.    No citv has a brighter future than Phoenix. *  OWN YOUR OWN HOME���Residence property in all parts of the City at low figures and'monthly payments.    Houses for Rent.    Good opportunities for investment.  Address  Can Tax the  ���The workin^men of Rossland are  taking an active interest in ihe coming  municipal election, and this has led  tbe Miner lo remark that few of ihe.se  workingmen are property owners, and  names are given to prove the conten  lion. In return, the Evening World  prints the names of the owneis and editors of the Miner and gave-a list ol  their property holders. Their entire  holdings, on which taxes can be collect  ed by the city of Rossland, is 'threi  dogs.-*=rNelson .Tribune.  Mouse and Lot for Sale  011 Old Ironsides Avenue,  Reasonable amount down,  balance monthly-payments  at 8 per cent per annum.  This is a snap. If you  mean business,  ���^IklW. Ii. BELl,, !;'.T^  99ec9999ee��><9oeeeo��  ��� as��i**t>*"'s*"*"*"">0'4'a,,,*t"e*'*'*",,,",e,s  From Montreal.  "We are pleased to say that we re  gard the Phoenix Pioneer as being a  great credit to the proprietors, and the  industry and energy of the manager.  We can truthfully say that- we look  forward to Saturday morning, at which  time it reaches our office, knowing lhat  it will contain full news of Phoenix  camp, and of everything connected  with the surrounding country which  affects the payroll city. We tjiink thai  the reading matter and the whole get-  up of the paper has greatly improved  during the past twelve months, and we  look for a continuance of this."  Yours very trucly,  "A. L. White & Co."  Montreal.  PRACTICAL HOUSH ash sign  pain i'i-:k,  decorator,.,i;tc.  Phoenix. B. C  Jill,  ClTiSttVENGER  Leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office  &&#    phoenix, b. g.  turn of vtsso'K, wirr ora by sea and laud, whurf-  intcerRpriock'ott'tiers, warehousemen, storekeeo-  er*. farmets, horrenti * cattle breeders and dealers., 8tot>kmen and provision 11 ort'IiantH:  (��.) To manufacture liny, soil, repair," alter,  11 out, prepnrc for market, and detil in all kinds  uf plant, machinery, upparatus, tools, uteuHlls,  products, material.", urticles and things receb-  ��t��ry or usyful for carrying on any of the above  busincHses or operations, or usually dealt in by  pe sons engaged therein;  (lu) To carry on any other businesses,  whether manufacturing or otherwise, which  mayKeem to the Company capable of-being,  c.trjvenlently e��rried on- in connection with  any ef the above ��i ecKied ubjectH.or calculated  directly or indirectly to enhance the value, of  or render profitable any ��1* the Company's  property or rights:  (li.) To apply (or, imrchu.se, or otherwise  acquire, any patents, brevets d'invention, licences, concessions, and the like, conferring an  exclusive or non-exclusive or limited right to  use, anj secret or other information H8 to any  itr eutlou which may seem capable of.'telng  unci for any of the purposes of'the Company,  or the acquisition of wh cb may soem calculated, directly or indirectly, to benefit this Company, and to'.iiFC, exercise and develop, or  grrant licences in rejipect of, or otherwise turn  to account (he property, rights and informa-  tio'u.po aciiuiiod. ;,  (12) To purchase or otherwise acquire and  tirnlei take all or uuy part of the business, property ami liabilities of any person or company  carrying 011 business wnich this Company is  aatliorizetl lo carry on, or possessed of property  suitable for ihe purposes ofthe Company:  (13) To enter into any arrangement with any  Government or authorities, supreme, municipal,  local or otherwise, and to obtain from any such  Government or authority all rights, concessions  ami privileges that mny"seem conducive to the  Company's objects or any of them: "  (M) To enter into partnership or into a 113*  'irraiigemeiit for sharing profits, union of interests, joint adventure, reciprocal concessions or  co-operation with any person or company carrying on or engaged in, or about to carry-on or  engage in, any business or transactions which  the Company is authorised to carry on,engage in,  or any business or transaction capable of being  conducted so its to directly or indirectly benefit  this i;c mpany, and to take or otherwise acquire  and hold shares of stock in, or securities of, and  to subsidise or otherwise assist any such Company, aud to sell, hold, re-issue with or without  guarantee, or otherwise deal with such shares,  .-rtock or securities:  (15) Generally to purchase, take on lease or in  exchange, hire or otherwise acquire any real or  personal properly, any rights or privileges which  the Company may think necessary or convenient  with reference to any of these objects, or'capable  of being profitably dealt with in connection with  any ol the Company's property or rights for the  time being, and iu particular any laud,buildings.  easements,licences, patents, machinery, ships,  barges, rolling stock, plant' and stock-in-trade:  (16) To estaulish'and support, or to aid in the  establishment and support of associations, institutions, or conveniences calculated to benefit  employees or ex-employees of the. Company or  its predecessors in business, or the dependents or  connections of such person^ and to grant pensions and allowances, and to make payments  towards insurance, and to subscribe or guarantee  money for charitable or benevolent objects, or  for any exhibition, or for any public, general or  jsefiit object:  (17) To sell the undertaking of,the Company,  or nnv part thereof, for such consideration as the  Comp'any may think fit, and 111 particular for  shares, or debentures, debenture stock orother  securities of any other company having objects  altogether   or  in  part, similar* to those of this  'ompany:  (iS) To promote any company or companies  for the purpose ofitsor their acquiring all or any  ofthe properly, tights and liabilities ofthe Company, or for any other puruose which inuv seem  directly or indirectly calculated to benefit this  Company:'  (19) To invest and deal with moneys of the  ("ompany not immediately required, upon such  securities and in such manner as may from time  to time be determined,  (20) To lend money to such persons nud on such  terms as inny seem expedient, antl in particular  tociihtotuer.suf and persons having dealings with  the ('ompany, nnd lo give any guarantee or in-  demuitv as may scent expedient:  C?i) To obtain any Provisional Order or Act of  Parliament for enabling the Company to carry  any of its objects into efleet, or for effecting any  modification uf the Company's constitution, oV  for any other purpose wliich may seem expedient", nnd to oppose any proceedings or applications which may seem calculated, directly or  indirectly, to prejudice t|\e Company.  {21) To raise or borrow or secure the payment  of money iu such manner and on such terms ns  may scent expedient,' and iu'particular by the  issue of debentures or debenture stock, whether  per pet tint or otherwise, and charged or not  charged upon the whole or any part of the property of the *'ompany, bolh present and future,  including its uncalled capital, and tb redeem,  purchase or pay off any such securities:  (23) To draw* accept" indorse.discount,execute  aud issue bills of exchange, promissory notes,  debentures, bills of hiding, wairants and other  negolinbleortransfe'ablt' instruments or securities:  (21) To remunerate any parties for services  rendered, or to be rendered, in or about Ihe formation or promotion of the Company, or the  conduct o^ its business:  (35) To do nil or any ofthe above things in any  part ofthe world, aud citherns, principals, agents,  trustees, contractors or otherwise, and eitlier  alone or in conjunctival with others, aud either  by or through agents, sub-contractors, trustees  -of otherwise.  ��� (36) To sell, improve, manage, develop, exchange, enfranchise, lease, mortgage,dispose of,  turn lo account, or otherwiscdcal with all or any  part ofthe property or rights ofthe Company; *  (27) To register the Company in British Columbia, ami to take all other steps requisite or expedient to enable the Company to carry on its  business tn British Columbia:  (2.S)'Po establish aud maintain local registers,  agencies and branch places of business, and procure the Company to he registered or recognised  iu any part ofthe world:  (29)~Todonll such other things as are incideu-  ! D. PAIORCM.  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaianteed.   Imported Goods.  FINE IIOOl'S AND S1I0KS MADK  10  ORDHH.  PRACTICAL   MINERS' AND   PKOS-  PROTORS' SHOES   A SPECIALTY.  Coraer Phoenix St. and Brooklyn Ave.  0  . ,7:-  -'��� EASTERN  townships Bank,  ESTABLISHED 1859.  CAPITAL -    -    -     $2,000,000  CAPITAL, PAID UP - $1,742,535  RESERVE FUND   - -   $1,050,000  7    BOARD OK DIRECTORS:  R. \V. He.vkker, President.  Hon. M. H. Cochrane, Vice-Pres.  Israel Wood, J. S. Mitchell, G. Steveni,  /. N.  Galer,   N. W.  Thomas, C. II.   Katlian, II. B.  Brown, K. C.  HBAD OVFfCK, SHBRBROOKU, P- Q.  Wm.   Harwell,  Gen'l  Mgr.,  Jag. Mncktunon,  Assistant Gen'l Mgr.  S. Edokll,   Local Mgr.  S. V. Mokkv, Inspector of Branches.  BRANCHES.  Ill Province ofQuebec���  Montreal, B Austin, Manager.  Waterloo, W. I. Briggs, Managei.  Rock Island, S. Stevens, Manager.  Cowansville, H F. Williams, Mgr.  Ccaticook, U N. Robinson, Manager.  Richmond, W.I, Ball. Mgr.  Granby, W. II Robinson, Mgr.  Bedford, K. W. Morgan, Mgr.  Huntingdon, A. W. Watson, Mgr,  Magog, V.. P. Olivier, Mgr.  St; Hyacintbe, J   I.aframbolse, Mgr.  Ormstowu, W. 11. Hargrove, Mgr.  In Province of British Columbia��� t  Grand Forks, Win. Spier, Mgr  Phoenix, F. W. Slack, Acting M��rr.  Ageuls    in    Canada,  Hank  of   Montreal   and  -       Branches.  ".    Loudon, Kii��., National Bank of Scotland.  "     Boston, National Exchange Bank,  "     New York, National Park Bank.  Collections    made at   all   accessible    points.  Drafts issued for an> required amounts, good at  all points in Canada,   U. h. and Europe.    Exchange bought and sold.  Savings   Bkaacii    Dkpart.mknt    at    Each  Office.  Interest allowed from date ofdeposit mid compounded annually without requiring attention ol  depositor.   .  Office Hours: 10-3; Saturday from 10 to 1. ,  Spokane falls and northern  NELSON  &   FORT   SHEPPA.RD  RED'-JfOUNTAIN R'Y.  The only all-rallroute between all points east,  west, aud south to Rossland, Nelson and alt intermediate points; connecting nt Spokane with  the Groat Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R. &  N. Co.    7  Connects at Nelson with steamer for Kaslo and  all KootenayXnke points.  Connects at Meyer's Kails with stage daily for  Republic, and connects at Bossuurg with stage  daily for Grand Korks and Greenwood.  ���  Buffet Sleeper run on   passenger    trains between Spokane and Northport.  EFFECTIVE SUNDAY, MAY 5,  1901.  Leave. Daily Train Arrive-  9:00a. 111 Spokane 7^35 !>��� "'.  13:50 a. m Rossland 4:10 p. in.  9:1s a. :n Nelson 7.'5 !'��� m.  H.A.JACKSON,  General Passenger Agent.  Atlantic Steamship Dept.  Christmas Sailing  ENGLAND  St. John, N. B. to Liverpool.  PARISIAN, Nov. 23. NlIMIDIAN, Nov. jo.  I ONIAN, Dec. 7. TUNISIAN, Dec. 14.  Portland to Liverpool.  DOMINION, Nov. 25.       CAMUKllMAN, Nov. 30  VANCOUVER. Dec. 14.  Boston and Liverpool  IVHRNIA, Nov. JJ. SANONIA, Dec. 7.  NEW ENGLAND. Dec. 4.    ULTONlA, Dec. 31.  New York to Liverpool  CELTIC, Nov. 26. ETRVKIA, Nov. 13.  GERMANIC, Nov. 27. CAMPANIA, Nov. 30.  MAJESTIC, Dec. 4. EMBRIA, Dec. 7.  CYMRIC, Dec. lo. I.UCAN1A, Doc. 1 \.  OCEAN'IC. Dec. U. Kl'Rl'NIA, :i.  TEUTONIC, Ike iS. CAMPANIA. Dec. 38.  New York to Southampton.  HAVERKORD, Nov. 27. PHILADELPHIA, Dec.4  ST. PAUL, Dec. ST. LOUIS, Dec. IS.  Continental Sailings of  North Gkrman Lloyd, Hambuku, Pack-  kt Co.,  Holland American Red  Star, French and Anchor  Links us Application.  tul'_or conducive to ihe attaiiinieut ofthe above      For Time-tables   rates and   full infornialion  ohjecls, mid so tlit\t tile word '���(.ompany" iu tliis    ..,��� 0I1 or address nearest local agent, or  clause shall lie ileeined  to  include any partnership or other body of persons,  whether incor-    n    \V    Y.VV V. I f'ovl F  pornted ,or'. 'not    incoi-ponited.   and    whether   U'       '            ' ,   a7���    '   '  domiciled in the United Kingdoii or elsewhere,                   Agent,                       A.d. l.Agt.  ami so that the objects specified  in each para                D|,.���,,;���   r.   n      v��ncnn���r ^H  r*  graph ofthe clause shall, except whenotlietwise                PllOetllX, B. U.     VallCOlUer, H.C  expressed   in   such   paragraph,   be   in   nowise                  T     c    p,,..���    n    p     \  limited or restricted liy reference to or inference                  J-   ;-)-   ^"Klc,Ki  *   ���   l ��� ^'l  from tlie terms of any other paragraph or the                              Nflenn   R C  name of the Company.                                                                           i^Cisuu, ��>.��-.  f l^  S lV  *E  it  I'  fi;  4?  u  -4 ii  lb  V  1  f-M-  'J!  %&m&G%ffi��'  MB  f  i: il-.*--..-  1" &���������:  \t   a  v7  ���' V    ft    J  <*s/  jf-1 J             V  I-     ?  1- -  ���HrV    l  ���>  M'l-"** -    r>  ial j ���--'���,  fflK  Hl-^  [H'fs   ���  Bflfiw ,  ���i��  W$t' '  Wa *�� 1 "���  HIv *,J1  '  hBh^-       1  !��& ^    *     x  ���3$ <  II *  '  -  '-^  I        v  '      \  ..l f  1 \K "���  V'  ����*���  THE PHOENIX  PIONKSR,  WEAR a FALL SUIT or OVERCOAT made by  ricAULIFFE ��*G TA1L0R  and your Friends will praise your taste.    Union help only employed.  REOPENED  ND2R  ENTIRELY  NEW  MANAGEMENT.  Dominion House  Formerly the Victoria.  GILLIS& FORREST, Propiietors.  IOSKPH.N. GILLIS, Manager.  OLD IRONSIDES AVE., PHOENIX, B.C.  Thu Iioufp will here-  aftei Im conducted  in First-Class flyle,  and Every Department will have the  beet obtainable.  ���  The Local Grist   I  1    McRae   Uios.  &  Smith   have thc  'finest line of Chiistmas  goods evei  Dr. Mathison, dentist, Greenwood  Both 'phones.  Next Tuesday will be payday.  Neil Stuait went  to Grand Foiks  Thuisdny.  Dolls, from 5 cents to $5, at McRae  Bios. & Smith's.  Hugh McGuire was in Nelson and  Rossland this week.  Cream ot wheat for breakfast for  sale by Monin, Thompson Co.  .Malaga Cluster table raisins at  Monin, Thompson Co.'s, 40c. per box.  Born���to the wife of T. Pheneuf, on  December 4th, Knob Hill avenue, a  son.  Born���to the wife of W. J. Patterson, Brooklyn avenue,'December 1st,  a son; " "   1  Standard poems in fine bindings  and latest bound books at McRae Bros.  & Smith's.  J. E. Boss returned Thursday from  flying trip to Spokane, where he stayed  but one night'.  Xmas cards with views of Phoenix  and surrounding mines at McRae  Bros. & Smith's.  J. G. Billings, secretary "of the Yata  Columbia Lumber Co., was a visitor  in town yeaterday.  Imported China, from 15 cents to  $5, at McRae Bros. & Smith's. Genuine Austrian goods.  Choice Ieathei gooes iii toilet, and  and manicure sets, purses, albums, etc.,  at McRae & Smith's!'    ,���     ���   .  The painters are putting the finishing touches to the second story of the  Bank block this week.' J \ ,,   :  The best Souvenir spoons made in  sterling silver and enamel are for sale  at"Reeves, in lower town. .  'The FrazerBrothers have decided  to erect a six room residence on their  lot on Knob Hill avenue.  ^ Be siire and see Morrin, Thompson  & Co. display of Xmas china, ap-  piopnate gifts for a little money.   .  Mrs. J. L. White, of Greeewood,  was among those who came to attend  the hospital ball last Tuesday evening.  T. G. Holt, of Vancouver, and  Richard Plewman, of Rossland, were  visitors late last week at the Winnipeg  mine.'       . .        ,  Guy Ross, who' has been ill with a  slight touch 'of scarlet fever in Spokane,  is once more making his home in  Phoenix.      . ���    >  Trainmaster Lawrence--and RoacL.  master Johnson, of the CrP. R., came  in on Thursday's train, on a trip of  inspection. ', ,  ' ,'7  ���> Joseph Ryan has leased the Knob  Hill hotel, and has ; opened for business. Mr. Ryan, was formerly in business in Butte. '; -       -  Children's toys, 7 including trains,  carts, locomotives, tool chests, rocking  horses, sleds, go-carts, etc., at McRae  Bros. & Smith's,    .  The Phoenix Water Supply Co.,  Ltd., are preparing the applications  "for the tapping of ."the" mains, for the  domestic water supty.'   '  Mrs. A. M. Hall took'charge ofthe  Winnipeg boarding house last 'Tuesday,  the Golden Crown miners also "boarding at the same'place..  ' Morrin, Thompson & Co. this week  have the largest ad ever printed in the  Pioneer. It is worth the while of  every reader to look it over.  Both the Congregational and Anglican churches were treated to a coat of  paint this week. The work on both  these new structures is now being  pushed by Contractor C01 ner.  brought  into  the   lioundaiy.    Vou'll  miss it if you don't see their stock.  On account of a lath famine, the  woik of completing the six new cottages for the Gianby Co., has been  somewhat tetaided. A couple of weeks  more, however, .will probably see them  all finished.  Miss Lena Stiunk, who has made her  home in Phoenix for seveial months,  left this week for Fisher, Wash.,  on the lower Columbia liver, it is  tumored that she has gone on an in  terestiug mission.  'The extra gang on the C. P. li arrived here Monday, and the next day  commenced the work of laying the  track on the exlentions to the Knob  Hill spur, the grading of which was  completed last week.  Dr. Fagan, of the provincial health  bbaid, of Victoria, who was in Phoenix  this week, has suggested the building  of an isolation hospital betw. en here  and Gieenwood, and the Phoenix  Board of 'Trade will probably take up  the matter with the government. -  W. R. Williams, accountant for the  Dominion Copper Co., was thrown  out of his wagon Wednesday while  driving to Greenwood. 'The accident  happened at the top of the switchbacks,  but fortunately the judge was not  seriously injured. 'The pole came out  of the vehicle, causing the trouble.  Last Saturday two miners, James  Nicholson and John Henniger, saved  a long ore train from being ditched by  noticing that the flange on one of the  wheels had been broken off for a dis  tance of about two feet and notifying  the trainmen at Hartford Junction.  Noble Binns, of 'Trail, one of the  firm of Clark & Binns, was iu town a  couple of days late last week, visiting  the local branch of the firm. Mr.  Binns-has just taken a tour of the province in the interest of the Knights of  Pythias, of which he is prominent  official.  A. L. Reeve, who has been identified with the store of the Wm. Hunter  Co., Ltd., almost since il started in  Phoenix, left on 'Tuesday's tram  for Silverton, where he will reside for  the time being. E. C. Eccles, formerly with Chas. Sears, has taken the  place made vacent by Mr. Reeve.  Mr."Reeve was given a send-off the  night before at the house ��� of James  Marshall and 'Tom Roderick.  . Last Saturday and Sunday the work  of moving the local branch office of  the Eastern,'Townships Bank to the  new location at the corner'of Knob  Hill avenue and and Fiist street, was  accomplished. /The corner in the  Ba'nk,block is one of the best in th  city, and as soon as the oak fixtures  airive from tlie east and are put in  place, it will be one of-the finest banking rooms in the Boundary.  Rev. J. M. Millar, M. A., pastor of  St.' Andrews Presbyterian church, left  on 'Tuesday's tiain for Brandon, Man  ltoba, on an interesting mission. It is  expected lhat Mr. Millar will be mar  ried'soon to an estimable young lady  from.Ontario, and will return to Phoenix about Christmas time. Mr. and  Mrs.rMillar will occupy the comfortable manse just being completed at the  corner of Grey Eagle avenue and  Second street  ,  Will Spend a Month ia Nelson.  Rev; E. P. Flewelllng, local vicar  of,the Church of England, received a  message yesterday fiom the bishop,  asking him to take charge of the ca  thedral services in Nelson for a month.  Mr. Flewelling went to Nelson on yesterday's train, but has arranged foi  services here while he is away with Rev.  W. A. Robins, 'of Greenwood, who  will preach at 3 p. m. Sundays.  PHOENIX BRANCH OJRE SHIPMENTS.  The following table gives the ore shipments of Phoenix Branch and other Boundary  mine* tor 1900, for the put week, for 1901, and the total to date:���  Old Ironsides, Knob Hill  and Victoria.   B. C. Mine- ',....  Golden Crown ..-   Winnipeg. ...;V. ..  Athelstan   Snowshoe   Brooklvn.:     R. Hell   1900  64.533.  19,494  2,250  1,076  1,209-  297  !5��  Totals, tons      .89,000  Mother Lode. Deadwood,  Sunset, "  No. 7, Central s.  King Solomon, Copper..  ,'fewel, Long Lake   Oilier Boundary mines, .  5.340  3.230  Week  S.4SO  -   600  60  6,022  1,940  1901  213,670  41.815  955  550  *>533  560.  259.083  8o,S3i  395  940  1,250  290  1,300  Totals  1,83  ALL OVER THE BOUNDARY.  'The Giand Forks Libeial Association held its annual meeting last 'Tues-  tiny.  'The town of Nelson, Wash., is to bt  known as Danville on thc time tables  of the Republic Grand Foiks railway  Court Kettle River, Independent  Order of Forrestets, of Grand Foiks,  i.s piepaiing to nive its annual New  Veai's eve ball,  Supt. J. L.'l'aikei, ofthe Dominion  Copper Co., was thiown from his  horse in (ireenwood last 'Tuesday, bin  was not seriously hurt. j  J-'ionk Bailey, the woli known  Similkameen tovvnsite owner, tepoits  that there is some building going on  at his towrisite, at the foot ol Twentj  Mile creek.  Monday, December 161I1, is the  date set for the next meeting of the  Hoard ol License Commissioners ol  Boundary Cieek License District.  Thc meeting will'occur ut Eholt.  Andrew Laidlaw, the Greenwood  mining man, left that city last Monday  for Chicago, where he will take up  his residence a;Vd pay special attention  to promoting Boundary mining enter-  pi ises.  A. D. Hallett has been temporal ily  appointed chief of the Greenwood fiie  department at $90 per month. He  was also sworn in as an officer. 'There  was considerable competition for the  position.  Two cases of smallpox aie reported  to have broken out in the 1 ail way  camps adjoining Grand Forks. It is  said that there is more or less uf the  disease in a mild form all through the  railway camps.  Ronald Hodgson, a resident of  Boundary Cieek valley for several  years, died recently at the Greenwood  hospital of typhoid fever. He was 40  years of age, a native of England and  leaves a widow. v  Boundary Valley Lodge, 1,0. 0. F.,  of Greenwood, nominated the following officers at its last meeting : N. G.,  F. B, Holmes; V. G., W. Elson; R.  C, F. W. B. Frith; F. S., Ralph  Smailes; Treas., J. L. White.  'The city council of Greenwood has  passed an early closing by law.  Grocers.clothiers, dry goods merchants,  hardware and furniture dealers, milliners and butchers must close at 7 p.  .11.; while tailor shops are allowed to  keep open till 8 p. m. ���  'The gang of men erecting the poles  for the line of power between Phoenix  andCascada are. now working near  the latter place, having the poles all  up fiom Phoenix to a point near Cascade. A car-of wire arrived in Phoenix this week for use on the line.  The Greenwood Board of 'Trade  has decided to circulate a petition to  have a mail car placed on the Boundary railway as soon as the bridge over  the Columbia river at Robson is completed. 'The bridge is expected to be  ready for tiaffic some time in January.  MOST SUCCESSFUL HOSPITAL BALL.  Immcnce Attendant: al Mlner��' Union Hall  Luft Tuesday.  'The youth ami beauty of Phoenix  weie out last Tuesday evening, to attend the bait hi von by the Hospital  Ladies' Aid Soi teiy, to assist in paying  foi the furnishing lor the new Phoenis  General Hospital. As is usual on  such occasions, all ihe ticket buyeis  did not tinu out, but the hall was  ciowded just the same, and the event  was a pronounced success.  Prof. Kaullmann's stnnged oiche.s-  tra of thiee pieu's luinished some 01  ihe best dance music ever heaid in  Phoenix, which was .enjoyed by the  merry devotees of iheait tcrpsichoiean  until an early hour the next morning  'The officials of ihe Mineis' Union had  everything in good shape, and luinished the hall to the ladies .01 the  cause fiee of cost. The supper was  seivedat the Mineis' Exchange, opposite the hall, about midnight, without extia c.haige.  'The eniiie ball was a gicat success,  and while alio letuins liom the sale.ol  tickets me not all in jet, theie will be  a goodly sum. to go 10 the hospital fund,  Much ciedil i.s due to',hf ladies who  had the whole mnttei iu cjiaigo.  Crockery,   Glassware,  Rockenljainware, La'.nps  Burners,    Wicks  ami  Lamp   Glasses.  ��� Toilet Sets al lion Prices.:  ��� X  TRY some of our Teas  they will make you  laugh out loud. Try  a pound of our Tea  and a Rockenliain Tea  pot, and you will never use any other.  Did you try the delirious Pumpkin, three  cans for 35 cents,  Church Services Tomorrow.  Methodist���Seivice tomonow evening at 7:30 o'clock at Mineis' Union  hall, Sunday school at 3 p. ni. Rev.  G.   Kinney, B, A��� pastor.  Chinch of England���Set vices will  will be held as usu.il ai Si. John's mis  sion, in Hardy-.McKen/iehall, Doinin  ion avenue. Pleaching a't 3 P. M. bj  Rev. Robins, of Qioetiwoou,  Congiegalional-O.ung to ihe Granby Co. lequiring the dining room ol  the Old Iionsides hotel foi tempoiaij  use, theie will be no sci vice tomorrow.  St. Andrews' Presbyterian Church,  Seivice tomoirow at 11 a, \\\, and  713�� |>. III." ' Sunday school and Bible  class at 3 p. in, Mr. Foss, ol Eholt,  will pi each,  ��� S5 People's Cash Store j  ��� IIAKDV-.M. KI'V/.M   111 1 ( K. ��  ��� ��������������������� ��������>��>-������������������ 4-4-M- �������������� ���  What to  buy and  Where to buy  our Chiistmas and Holiday Gil's is a (piestion whh h cngiges our  altenlion at this time ol the jeai. The desiie is 101 something a(,,  pioptiate and at the same time SERVICEABLE. Poaiing ilus jn  mind we have placed in stock a Fine Line of Impoited  Serviceable and Appropriate  Christmas Gifts.  >i: Impotial 'Toilet Set-., Album's".  eaihei   Goods  and   111,1m  other  Kememliei   011.   stock   consisting of 11 Kill Gkadi  Mil 1 ois, All   Kit ds  ni   Choice' I  dilfeiciil unifies too numcioiii l<�� mention  HIGH GRAD1&  save   ,oini-lhii'L; that will l.isl ami  lots ol 1 Jin*.-, Mont and shoe Ieathei  lie  nppici'iaicij.   - Vrni uj||  by going fit si m  BOYLE  Sfie DRUGGIST.  : Winter's  Worries  Do you-want a nice little'business  iu Phoenix that will pny'a big'inteieU  on the investment to the right man?  It will require $500 in cash to h.:y it,  and its already a going concern with a  good trade. This is the greatest snap  on the market in a long time. Owner  ' has good reason for selling. Anyone  ready to talk business can get particu-.  lats of ihe editor of the Pioneer.  BOUNDARY MINING NOTES.     -  During the last week the Granby  smelter treated -4,819 tons of oie,  making a total of 271,318 tons to date,  since the plant was installed.  'The Spokane Diamond Drill Con  trading Co. has just completed doing  about 4,000 teet of boring at the B.  C. mine. 'The company is still work  ing on its contract with the management of the Snowshoe.  'The shaft in the Lake mine, in Skylark camp, about two miles from  Phoenix, is now down over 135 feet  It is expected that crosscutting will be  started shortly. 'Ihe piopeity is  equipped with a 60 h. p. boiler and  steam drills.  '-''THIS-IS A SNAP.  BUSINESS MENTION.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Rendell  Block, Greenwood. V. & N. phone 96.  Ask for.ihe Miners' ��� Union cigai.  Clear Havana filler. <>      *  See Almstrom &'Berg at the N01-  den hotel.^Dominion avenue. *  If you wjsh a first-class cigar call for  the Miners' Union.   - *  Lodging house to iemt. Apply' to  McArthur & Monk, +  'Try ihose delicious Olympia ct  Eastern 'ivsters at the Butte Cafe.      \  Good comfortable rooms at reason5  able rates, at Norden hotel, Dominion  avenue. *  Fresh Olympia and Eastern oysters  at Butte Cafe.  If you wish a first class cigar1,'call  for the Miners' Union. *  For oyster cocktails, try the Domin  ion House bai.  See Almstrom & Berg at the Nor*  den hotel, .Dominion avenue. *  House for Sale���3 room house,  Old Ironsides Addition. Inquire ol  Jack Johnson, near C. P. R. depot.  Good comfortable rooms at reasonable rates, at? Norden .hotel, Dominion  avenue.      ��� *  House kor Rent���Located on  Biooklyn avenue���6 rooms, cellai,  bath room,'water and all modern conveniences.   Appply to Coiner liros.  WANTED. ���      ,  Good second-hand  trunk,   medium  size.    Add 1 ess Box c)^, Phoenix, B. C.  Nitrous oxide and oxygen for painless extraction of teeth at Dr. Math-  son's.    Both phones. *  House and Lot (or Sale.  For  sale 4-room   house and 'lot on  Knob Hill avenue, between First  and  Second.street.    Apply to owner.  1        John Austed.  Grand Totals, tons...    "97,570       8,022     344,089       441,658  Tom Hardy's Hotel Burned Down.  Early 'Thursday morning fire broke  out in- tire Palace hotel building at  Anaconda, and as there was no watei  system or fire protection of any kind  the structure was burned to the ground.  It originally cost about $5,600, and  there was insurance of about $2,500.  When burned the building was under  lease to and occupied by J. E. Hooper.  'The fire had gained such headway iK  when discovered that it was next to' *���  impossible to save the furniture or  other contents.  'The Palace hotel was built in 1896,  and was 40x60 feet in size, two stories  high. A l that time it had the lep  utation of being the swell hotel of the  Boundaiy creek district, and enjoyed  a large patronage, especially about the  time that the boom began to be felt in  Greenwood, and before that city had  the best of hotol accommodations. It  was one of the landmarks of the district, and was known far and wide.  It was built by Thomas J. Hardy, of  Phoenix, who bas always been the  owner. ' j  <�� Have Arrived #  MORE  NEXT  WEEK      '  MENZIE f  The Druggist. *$  m  Phoenix, B. C.  aie Overcome bv liming  '' one of the ninny Kodaks on  Display at McRae Urns &  Smiths store. Photos ate  always welcomed by liiends  and'make vciy appioptiate  Holiday tokens.  1 Photographic  Views.  We have a large line of Views  'of Phoehix and neighboihood.  Just-the thing to send home.  Holiday  Ahnouncement to appear in a  short time. We will have something to please eveiyone.  - HUE 0RO5. i m.  Stationery.''IgniH and Tobnccc, Confcc-  SPECIAL OFFERINGS  OLD IRONSIDE, NEW YORK, and  DOMINION COPPER CO., LOTS,  Fine Ranch La, d for sale in tlie Vicinity of Grand Foiks and  Columbia.  We tranearl a general Brokerage ami InMii-nucc HtiMiicet.  M'ARTHUR & MONK, Agents  OKl'Ct{: GhavsWili.iamh Hmkk.  I", O. Hox. J3-   V. & N '1'linin.-, ji  ! City Bakery  J. McCACUK,  I'ROI'KlklOK.  V. & N... Phone, No. 48.  Bread, Cakes, Pies, Etc., Fresh Daily.  !IRONSIDES ADDITION. PHOENIX, B.C.  Fkkk Delivkkv  tioiiery, I'lioto. hiiiipllen,  ALARM  CLOCKS  The largest Stock  In Phoenix. All  (5 u arantee d.    <  j��;geo. e, dey j��  I .1       K       W     'E      b , " ���'!      K  "^^444��^^S)<^<..^<^<^J^g>^^4��^^, I  PAUL KAUFFMANN, Proprietor.;  PIANOS, OROANS.VIOLINS AND  Urge ind Smill Instrument* at Right  Prices.  ruLL like or SHCCT MUSIC  COPPER ST., GREEN WOOD.B. C.  MUSIC   FURNISHED for  - iill��,   Pnrtir*    or    Kcci-iitjuiw. on  Short Motile. t';  PALACE   LIVERY   STABLE  Stage and Transfer Line,  PHOENIX,  Phoenix  b. a  Stage leaves   Phoenix   for   (Jreen-  I     wood   8 a. tn.  Leaves (Ireenwood   ...'..10 a.   in.  Best turnouts in the Boundary.  Leaves Phoenix   Leaves Gieenwood   4 p.  Horses well suiteri-for  1 p. in.  m.  HALCYON   IK1T   f-THIMiS- SAMTAIMt'M  The     mosl    complete U   C   A   I    T U  on the continent of Nort|i n   t  M   U   I   M  America.      SituiiUd    midst R   [ C (1 R  T  scenery uiirivnllcd /or griin- n   ��-  O  U  n    I  dcur.   Boating, Fishing anil Kxcilrnloim.    Kesi  dent Physician nnd  Nurse.    TileKrupliic com  niiiiiiciition with nil  pftrts of (he uorld;   two I  mails arrive and deport every do/      Its lint lis '  cure all iierrom null miiscnl.ir diseases;   ils wal   '  erj henl RllKidney,I.hernnil Stomach Ailmeii If  Terms.   $ij to $18 per week, according  to rem  deuce ill hptel or villas.     Halcyon .Sprin l��, Ar  ow r.nke It. C.  long drives.  COLLINS & HcGILLIS, Props.  PHOENIX PRODUCE   CO  Fruit, Produce and Groceries.  Fresh Goods Arriving Continually.   Prompt Delivery.  v. & N. Phone No. 9;.  PHOENIX, B.C  <bw- ay /ted/tuw^^ivr  teyri}^ wes <v&u^" y -I^comA*/ a�� <cd .4/7-11114, &>?idspAWf/,  The WM. HUNTER CO, Ltd.  D.-yGjjli, \\n.\ an 1 Sines, Clothing,  Gents' Furnishings.  !  Heavv VV00I   Swcateis.jt..  Heavy Wool Ciiidigans'.".  Flannel  Top Shins   Navy Top Shins (All Wool)  Heavy Kene) Shins, (hey,  Heavj Ribbed Undeishuts  Undetshiits (All Wool)   Heavy Wool Sox.. Five P.iirs.  Canvas Coat, Wool  L  Mineis' Nailed Hoots.  tied.  .$1.25  1.25  7'5  ���   1-25  .   1.50.  5��  So  1.00  >-75  3-5��  For Ladies  ACKKTS, BLOUSES, WRAPPERS, TWEED and DRESS  SKIR IS and the balance of our Fall Millineiy at Greatly Reduced Tiices.  Dominion Avenue,  0  ��  A  e  ���  9  ��� ;���  '���  ���  ��  ��  ��  t  '. f  ���  ��    -  0  ceeesteeettoiMeeseeeteoettci.oiiaiaA.... ...a.taiaitii  m l>       l ���  1   * i�� \    �����.,.����� , *- >���   '       > 1   . ,   .   ,,*        ���>, ��r-.    - >        m, ���     ' i   r ,  ,   ..   ^     1 t     1   . 1   . .��� Jy    -\      \ -���       .        '.JL.iA=t?_*^ v r ���    ���Li ��� j ^.^. ^ \.- tifc.L.\  .s -���-.<..?.�� I1 ,.'  -.-!���;-' if'  .   ���-   -?���  ',.;������ ���.!.-. ^���V.-j!-^,',; \


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