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 No mining camp In the Boundary is attracting more attention than  >P-H'OENIX>  lfyi-u with to rrcelv��- the miiiin* and  4triitrrnl ii��wi<orililHcaiii|).nnflllu- Koiiml-  arj-.Jiuliicribir to Unr I'iiobki'x I'.onkp.k.  "������  f*.  DurlCg the year 196a 100,000 TONS  OF Ofl�� -were (hipped from the mince ot  ^ PHOENIX *  Vor the first five months of 1901 over  90,000 tutift of ore were shipped, or at (he  rate of suo.oootouk annually. ,-  Devoted to the Interests of the Bpundary Mining District.  Vol., III.  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28,    1001.  No "7.,  wx:  CHILDRGN'S  CHRISTMAS FES1IVAI..;  J.i  I    l'  IT O RE.  Wishes its many  friends and customers a Happy and  Prosperous NEW  YEAR.  &/>e HUNTER-  RENDRICK CO. Ltd.  Miners' Union Hall was Crowded to the Doors  with People.  A very enjoyable evening was "-pent  by the large number who attended the  children's entertainment last Monday  iitght at Miners' Union Hall,  '.' Tl?e entertainment consisted of a  cantata, /entitled "Santa's Surprise,"  which'wash.complete successY The  children had been trained by.'Geb. 1)Y  ! Turner, who directed throughout, as  sisted by Mrs. Reid Crowell, who ac  companieu on the piano, and Miss E.  Hawthorne, who. trained three choruses of small girls. The heaviest parts  were taken by Bertha Heideman, who  was a poor little match girl, and Miss  Hawthorne, as Miss Kindheart, the  president of'the mission band. Each  of them rendered excellent solos, being well, received by the audience.,  'The remainder of the concert was-  comprised of a duet Mrs. Ciairier and  Mrs. Crane, a quartet, choiuses and  dialogue, Santa Glaus putting in an  .appearance, as usual. All the good  things for the children were found inside a iaige mowball together with his  grandson whom he thought was lost in  an accident they had on the way.  The perfoi mance showed plainly  tl*at"*l: great deal of care had been  takerr" by those who had the concert in  chaige, as the children did remarkably  well*.'   .  'I he patents, as well as others who  were present in goodly numheis, were  somewhat sui prised to hem our fifty  children's voices in the choruses, cap  able ol canying them through in such  excellent style, and herewith make a  public expression of their appreciation  to those who in any way assisted in  making this concert a success.  WILL SINKNBW  mm shaft  Snowshoe People!to Start it in  ^ Few Days. .���;���,/}.  FOB A NEW MAIN WORKING SHAFT  Two Midline-* Laid Off TH* Week, But Will  Soon Have Three More Working���Don'l  Care to Ship. f  .  ��..  Masquerade Ball New Year's Eve.  It is some months since the Miners'  Union of Phoenix have given a ball,  and they me now making ready for  one in which to see the old year out  and.the new year in. It will be a  masquerade ball, and arrangements  have been made by McRae Bros. &  Smith to secme a supply of costumes  which will be rented at reasonable  rates for the occasion. The best ol  music has been engaged, and the following committees au|>ointed to have  charge of the affair :  Reception committee���Thos. Kel-  ley, J. S. Boyce, J no. M. Baker, Ben  J. Bell, O. Johnson and Frank Dalton.  Floor committee���Fred.'' Wiflcs,'  'I'hos. Lyons, Hany McKay, Arthur  Aikrhan, W. S. Cook and Geo. Cox.  The management of the Snowshoe  mine has decided to sink a new ..shaft  to a* depth of 300 feet, which wili be  the main working shaft of the property.  Just as sooii as the engineer, Mr. Ban -  nantyne, can make the necessary survey to decide upon the exact location,  the woik of sinking will be started. It  will piobably be located about 100  feet south of the switch, and will be  two compartments in width. These  two compartments will be used foi  hoisting purposes only, the olu incline  shaft to be used for nianway, pumps  and air line.  Eaily this week two machines, em  ploying 12 men, were laid off at the  Snowshoe. These machinas weie  used for stoping oie, and the local  management decided that they would  not make much of an attempt to ship  for a while yet, taking out only the  ore encountered in the course ol development. Theie are now al.out 25  men employed at the .mine, and as  soon as the work of sinking the new  shaft is under full headway���probably  in the couise of a couple of weeks,  and perhaps sooner���jt is expected  that three more machine dulls will be  set at work, with the ��� necessary complement of men.  The new 15 diill compressor, now  being manufactured by the fenckes  Machine Co., of Sherbiooke. Quebec,  will be rushed to completion as fast as  possible, and should be on hand in a  couple of months. It will be erected  at a point a little distance outside ol  what is known as the Railway tunnel.  Hereafter the mine will bum coal instead of wood, as herOo.'oie, and ai-  rangements are now byng made to te  ;trh7 ���"' use" -  ���s /     ,i.\  Foreman, Tievoirow informed'.the  Pioneer this week' that there is absolutely no trutli in the lepuit that gain  ed general, euneiicy ibis week lhat the  mine, would be closed down on account iif (he. low .��� price of.'copper.  While it was not ihe intention to ship  extensively till the piice of 'the red  metal wasseitlcd, there was plenty ol  work to do in the plan nf development  mapped out, and it- would be proceeded with ai once.' No instiuctions of  .���my kind had been riceived fiotn the  other side of the water, in this regard..  place~~the"wood gia'tes\  coal grates.    Two new ��>"/    t>. boileis  will be built especially  for the mine,  and will have  appliances to filter   the  peculiar water taken from the property.  ELMER ft: HALL MARRIED.  , "  To Be United lo Miss Mabel Edwin at Seattle  ��� Y" > Today.  The last one of ihe editors of Boundary newspapers has at last succumbed,  and by the time this issue of the Pioneer reaches its readers; Elmer I). Hail,  formerly of llie staff of the Pioneer,  will have joined the ranks of the benedicts. .' . / ,  Mr. Hall, started on Wednesday's  train for a.trip to Seattle, where lie - is  to be united in marriage today to Miss  Mabel Edwin, ol Nebi.iska, who is well  known in Plioeni*.. Mi. Hall is now  the editor and inanagei of the (hand  Forks New--, and when he ictuins next  week the newly nianied couple will  commence housekeeping in the SmelL-  er city. The Pioneer lotce and the  many fiiends of the couple will unite  in wishing them many jeais of happiness in their married hie.  AT GREENWOOD  Charles W. Vedder Shot Himself Thursday.  CHINESE INSPECTOR IN PHOENIX  But  He  Did  Not  Come   Here  Business.  on  Off'clal  DIED   AT  4  YESTERDAY   MORNING  Was  Fuuod  In  Hole In His  aud   Four  His Office  Head-He  Children.  With a  Leavei  Bullelt  a Wife  PUBLIC SCHOOL PROMOTION LIST.  Names of ibe Scholars Who Were Advanced  This Term.  At the closing of the Phoenix public  school last week Fiiday the following  promotions were announced by Piof.  Tinner:  From Junior'io Si-niok Division  viz. fiom JUNIOR 2ND 10  Sl.NIOR 2ND.  Reader���1 Geiald Summeis, 2 Ernest Kleine, 3 Pearl Bell, 4 Con  Graham, 5 Cecil Haekett, 6 Agnes  Pierce.  From isi* Ri:adek 'io Junior 2nd  Kkader���i Alice Thomas, 2 Wilbur  Greer, 3 Geo. Heidman, 4 Claude  Flanders, 5 James McDonald, 6 Cail  Doeil.  From 2Nij Primer 10 im-Rlader  ���1 May Hums, 2 August Muellei, 3  Maty Whitioid, 4 John Peir>, 5 Ruth  Cianc, 6 Maiy Coltei.  From isr Pkimer to 2nd Primer  ���1 Aithui Swanson, 2 Peail Hudson,  for"|yTTa/el MjTsliall, 4 Daisy llonetl  Ada    Pierce,  Percy Pierce.  'The names  order of merit.  6   Ruby   McMullen,  6  in   all   cases   bein��   in  Citizens of Greewood were shocked  Thuisd.iy afteinuon to hear that  (Jhaili-s W. Veddei, the well known  insiiiance man of that city, had committed suicide. Mr. Vedder, who had  patted lioin his associate, R. R. Cunningham, but half an Injur before, was  found at 1.30 in his back office by J.  W. Haitline with two bullet holes in  his head. Everything possible was  done for him, but he expired yesterday  morning at 4 o'clock.  No motive for the fearful deed has  yet been found, and no one heard the  fatal shots from the 38 caliber revolver  which was used. Mr. Vedder was not  known to be troubled in a financial  way 01 olheiwise. He was not a hard  diinker, hut was a hustler and a good  business man, getting business where  others lailed, He was a Mason, under  the auspices ol which the funeral is to  be held. The inquest was held yesterday.  Piobably no one was better known  to the business men all over the Boun-  daiy than Mr. Vedder, as he has been  making fier(uent visits to this section  loi four or five years, and about a year  ago he moved to Gieenwood from  Spokane with his family and took up  his peimanent residene. He left a  wile ,uid lour daughteis, the oldest ten  jeais ol age, the widow being utterly  piosti.ited at the terrible news,  understood that Mr. Vedder  $10,000 insurance on his life.  W. H. Reed, Chinese inspector for  the United States government, with  headquaitci.s at Victoria, has been  j making some investigations along the  boundary line in the Boundary country  i lately, and this week was in Phoenix.  He did not visit the Boundary's chief  mining centie on official business, however, but came to spend Cliristmas  with his old friends, Air. and Mrs. J.  li. Boyle, whom he had known in Vic-  tori.    He left on Thursday's train.'  It is said that there has been, some  extensive smuggling of Chinese from  British   Columbia   into   the   United  States   of  late,   especially  from the  Kootenays and the Boundary.   In this  section the headquarters of operations  seem to be at Grand Forks, and while  in that place Mr. Reed conferred with  the U. S. customs officials at  Nelson,  Wash.    Chinamen near the line, it is  said,   have  fieely   boasted   that  they  could safely deliver in Spokane by an  undeigiound route on payment of fifty  dollars.    It is said the gang  conducting these illegal opperations is assisted  by Chinese, who, in oider to  deceive  the  authorities,   have   established   a  series  of   market  gaidens  extending  south from near the boundajy.  BOUNDARY MINING NOTES.  It  is  carried  Editoi Duncan Ross, of Greenwood  rime-., will piobably attend the Liberal  convention to be held at the coast Jan-  u.i��*y 30th.  Shh CiTIilOWay, of Grand    Forks, got  six months at hard labor on the chaige  ol vagrancy;-'������He will be tried January 91I1 on the more serious charge of  proem ing.  Last Saturday the B. C. mine suspended shipments for a time, the force  being cut down from 77 men to 53,  the   present   number.  The Alabama group, near Nelson,  Wash., acioss the line, has resumed  shipments of ore to the Granby smelter, at the ra'e of loui tons daily.  The Greenwood and Nelson smelters are sending about 35 tons of matte  daily to Giand Forks to be treated at  the new Granby copper converter.  It is now repoited that the Granby  company will likely erect a refineiy  during next year when die entiie  metallurgical process will be carried  out in Grand Forks.  According to dispatches theGianby  Mining & Smelting Company has  taken an option for $100,000 on the  Seattle group of five claims, owned by  Robert Clark and situated on the  North Fork of Kettle livei. Development woik will be started immediately. 1  Fredeiick H. Parker, of Eholt, a  fiieman on the BoundTuy'raihvay, was  killed near Winnipeg lecently, while  on his return from a visit to- his old  home at Strathroy, Out., with his wife.  It is thought he fell off the train.   ,   ".  Other stores are; Growing  in size. This store is growing in Business.  Years'  arations  If you want to find fault  with the store, tell us. Ifyou  want to praise it, tell other  people.  IS New> Years Day approaches, the thrifty housewife looks around for the many little ingredients that go to make up the special "Xmas Cooking/'  jl a. They are here in abundance. Never before has our stock been so complete as it is now. Not an article that tends to make a grocery stock at-  tiactive has l^en overlooked^ You GROCERIES that are UNOBTAINABLE ELSEWHERE    Our aim  is to make the Month of DECEMBER a RECORD BREAKER in a business way.   You will help us do so, if PRICES and QUALITY of GOODS  play any part in your Purchases.  Christmas  , Imported direct from Germany.  We have Two Cratesful of these goods  which we will make special prices on  so that we can dear, them all out this  season. They will be on display in  our' Grocery department on Monday.  Mustards, Fancy Mugs, Shaving  Mugs, Spoon Holders, Sugar and  Creams, Tea Setts, Porridge Setts,  Syrup jugs,'- Milk Jugs, Chocolate  Jugs, Water Jugs, 'Fable Setts, Tray  Cabarets, Plates, Celeries, etc.in endless assortment.  Peels  best Assorted Stock,  temon,   Orange,   Citron.    Assorted in 1 lb.  and 7 lb. boxes.  Nuts  Walnuts       Almonds  Peanuts        Brazils  Pecans Filberts  25 cents per poind.  Currants  : Felatias,   Patras,   Vas-  tizzas, in bulk or pack-   age.      .Y  H&isiras  London Layers, Valen-  ,_cias,.Muscatels, Greece  Sultanas, Fancy Seeded  in packages.  Sundries  French   Cherries,   pat.  Decorating Candy,  Pulverized Sugar  Oranges, Lemons,  Cranberries, Plum  Pudding.  Prepared Icings  (Rendy 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  ���Roci|uefort Cheese  We have   16, only;  Hanging  Lamps to cleat at cost.  RMit 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,  We have striven to to do what is right and our efforts have been rewarded by a liberal patronage.  HARDWARE DEPARTMENT  Star Acme, German Acme, Mc Mac Hockey,    fl-fjiy^a nom a lj0>'s A" 8UI- t0 a  etc., in Boys, Mens'and Ladies' sizes. vym*<> Savage Rifle.  Knives, Forks, Spoons, Tea Setts, Bread Knives, Fruit Spoons.     Carving  Setts from $1.50 to $10.00 per sett.  You Will Find in our Hardwarie^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*  Christmas  TurKey  We can save you money  on your Xmas Turkeys, ns we are getting a shipment direct -from the Territories. Do not place your orders till  you get our prices.  An   appropiiate  Christinas   Gift is  a   Giand   Rapids  Carpet Sweeper.  We have them at $3.00 each.  See our New Empire  Sewing Machines  at $35.00.    Sold on easy monthly payments.  Pocket Knives  from 10 cents to $3.00 each.  Candles  Special shipment of Fancy  Coloreu Candles for Chiistmas Decoration. They give different colored  lights���S in a set, at 50c. These aie  the popular light for Christmas eve.  Candies  by the p;iil or barrel at  15 cents per pound (mixed). Fancy  Bon lions in boxes 35 cents.  Figs and Dates in  bulk   and   package.  Phone Wo, 5  POST OFFICE BLOCK.  Prompt  Free Delivery  ��� 'i  1!a  I*!  m  fr***-?  .n.uiiii.A'iHswjn;!  ��������-s��^^  "���"������vT*?1'"  .^  i��'l  IfI.."-i-p"'l���"!     '.7������".-iV'T    W"*"I*^i^r*'"L��"-'*9 THE PHOENIX PIONHBR.  ������* -  fc     - *f  The Canadian Bank of Commerce f  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital, $8,ooo,ooo.      ��*���      j*      Rest, $2,000,000.  4 HON. GEO. A. COX, PrttMcnt. B. E. WALKER, General Muugcr.  f J. H. PLUMMER, Au'l Ccn'l Mtiugcr.  li. R. DAVIDSON, Acting j��gr. Greenwood Branch f  :: ���  I��+�� ��,+ ����,�����, TMM ������������ M ��������������������-�� ��������>������>���> ������������������ ���������������������������������������  The Phoenix Pioneer*  ISSUED ON SATURDAV IIV TUB  PIONEER PUBLISHING 00.  AT PHOK.NI-C. II, C,  W. B. WILLCOX. Manager.  Telephones  in a better condition for all interested.  It is hojied that this will prove to be  he case.  I Business office N j. 14.  11  ) Manager's residence, No, 15.  SL'BSCRIITIONS IN ADVANCK.  ���erYear _..., Js.oo  Six Months  1.35  I"o Foreign Countries  3.00  If you are not a subscriber to thin piper, this  fean invitation to vou to become one.  EDITORIAL COMMENTS.  The Pioneei wishes all its readers,  from Scotland and England to the  Pacific coast, a prosperous and Happy  New Year.  Advertising rates furnished on application.  Legal notices 10 and j cents per line.  Four weekly insertions constitute one month's  advertising.  6. Oriental immigration exclusion  by having an act on lines ���f the  Australian Act.  7. Labor Arbitration Act, with  minimum wage limit.  8. Fixation of rate for coal hauled  from Similkameen to the coast ar$ 1.25  per ton to compete with Island coal.  I ���  STRICTLY BUSINESS JOTTINGS*"!  Plain facts plainly stated make the  best advertisements.  No business is so good but that good  advertising will make it better.  Your advertisement ought to appear  in every issue of your weekly paper.  Every dollar judiciously invested in  advertising is a sure step on the road  to prosperity.  A wise business man watches his  advertising as carefully as he does his  bank account.  In this day and age a business man  must advertise to retain business as  well as to obtain it.  The successful advertiser is usually  one who has a strong, strictly business  proposition to offer the public.  A merchant with an eye on the  future will not fail to  take advantage  and March.     Its the man  niers   away  with   a  new,  intereiting  story every day and every week  who  is the one to'win the business in '" *  end��� Advertising World.  who h m 'JOHN A. CORYELL.  the  Choice leather gooes in toilet, and  and ''manicure sets, purses, albums, etc.,  at McRae & Smith's.  Hazelwood butter and eggs. Thrice  a week shipments at Geo. S.   McKen-  See McKenzie's one-half and one  pound packages of chocolates and  bon-bons.   ..,'���  A few Xmas cards left at  zies confectioheiy.  Provincial Land Surveyor,  Civil and Mining Engineer.  KSTABLISHF.D   l888.  PHOENIX and GRAND FORKS, I. C.  D. J. MATHESON,  INSURANCE agent,  KIKE, LIKE, ACCIDENT.  I'oiiiinlsMuiier for taking Affidavit*.  Phoenix, B. C.  OUR  King Edward Lodge, U. D.  / A. F.aiid A. M.  Regular cbthmuii'icntidn 8 j>. m. Sec  oud Thursday of each mouth.  Mergcnt meetings as called. Mas nic  Hull, Morrison-Anderson lllock.  McKen-'^A-SCOn,  j        Contractor and Builder.  Estimates Furnished.  PHOENIX, I). C.  JNO. K. IIKMKKWAY  Srirctuiy.  . L. COCK.  W. M.  'llie New York Evening Post,  one  of the best informed financial journals  in America, frankly confesses it cannot  account for the drop in  the price  of17"��� "'J',n?' ,a" t0  ���* *�����*&  1   , ' of every buiness opportunity of the  copper.    I here are otheis. present.  The advice you need the most is the  White Cooks and Waiters' Union  No. 124 W. L. V., of Phoenix.  S. CAVLEY. W. B. COCHRANE.  CAYLEY & COCKRANE,  Solicitors, Etc.  PHOENIX, B. C.  Before Buying.  BOYLE  THe DRUGGIST.  % Phoenix Home Brewed     '"��  MectH Monday   nightf, 8;3<> o'clock ut  Miners' Union Hull.  <UN1Q*N  School elections this year occur the  same day as that of city officials���  January 16th, in accordance with the  new School Act.    The Phoenix school  hardest to listen to.    Advertise all the  time.    It pays, if you  have brains,  energy and ambition.  Advertising is  like  Providence���it  J. T.  r.AH'KL'NCB,  l'resldeiit.  Miss Clamk,  Seen til ry.  Those desiring lleluapply to secretary. 'I'hoiie'o  YEAR'S2PR0QRESS IN THE BOUNDARY.  Just as the yeai 1901 is ending it is  interesting to note the progress that  has been made in the  Boundary  for  the last twelve months.   The^Jfigures  ithat tell the tale'are those of  the - tonnage���'he amount of ore that has been  shipped   from   our   mines.      These  figures relate a truly wonderful  story,  and as it is a true story  it is all  the  more interesting to the  mining  man  and layman alike.  Of the various shipping mines in  the Boundary, there are three' that are  < head and shoulders above all others.  These are the   Granby^mines,   the  Mother Lode and  the B.  C.  mine,'  each in a different camp.   During the  ���  ,year 1900 these three properties ship-:  ped respectively 64,533 ^tons,  5.34��'  tons and 19,494 tons.    While the final  figures for 1901 are of course not yet  available, the tonnage for_a_Il but. a_fe.iv'  days show that the increase of each  is  very large, as compared with 1,900.     !  1  For, instance,  the Granby mines,  now the leaders in the province,*' will  have shipped this year about 230,000  tone, or m'orethan four" times the, ton-,  nage of. 1900.    The Mother Lode will  have shipped about 87,000 tons, or 16  tjmes the tonnage of 1900.   The B.  C. mine will have shipoed about 45,-  000'tons; or more than twice that sent  out in 1900.   And this ore was nearly  all smelted right at home.  Of course; in making' comparisons,  it must be remembered that shipments  only began In most of the ' mines late  in the year 1900; after the railway into  the Boundary, with its branches, was  finally.-, completed. Nevertheless the  showing is a most encouraging one.  has improved very hugely in   the last) helps those who help themselves.    It  six months. w'".never talie  ll'e  place of brains,  business ability or industry, but it will,  inevitably, help their possessor to  realize laigei dividends upon them.  Dispatches have been sent out mixing up the Snowshoe mine with the  Mother Lode-Brooklyn pioposed consolidation. As neai as the Pioneei  can ascertain, there is no foundation  whatever for this.  I. 0. 0. F.   Snow  Shoe Lodge, No. tf.  Meets   every Monday Eve at  Hur.Ij-  McKenzic    Hall.     Visiting    isro'h'vn  Cordially Invileil. I). Wiirn-.hii-n, N.ii.  (.'ko. R. Mi-ad, Hue. *-ec.  D. WHITESIDE,  Uarrister & Solicitor,  Dnulc Block.  PHOENIX, B. C.  BRITISH COLUMBIA MINING NOTES.  mines   shipped  Coast politics are still in a much  mixed condition, and the Moses that  will lead the politicians out of the  wilderness does not seem to have put  in his appearance yet. Several are  aspiring to the honor, but they keep  pretty quiet about it.  Generally speaking, the press of the  province agrees that Senator Temple-  man, of Victoria, will be a most acceptable representative of this province  in. 1 the Dominion cabinet. The  province is certainly entitled to this  much recognition, and the editor of  the Victoria Times would do us credit.  Marconi, has established the fact  that"he"can~use his wifeless-telegraphy  across the ocean, and the possibilities  of its expansion are beyond human  power1 to predict. In the meantime,  the powerful cableA companies see. a  stalwart rival loomingNip in Marconi,  and are making him all the trouble  they can. But th *y cannot- stop the  march   of  events.  TANGLED COPPER SITUATION.  As the days go by but little more  light is thrown upon the reason as to  the recent fall in the price- of' copper,  with the exception that Amalgamated  is reported to have held up the price  forsome time, and allowed those outside the ringto' reap the benefit at their  expense, and now the Amalgamated  people^propose to sell at whatever price  they can get, with the result that the  price immediately(tumbles. The firit  result of this that is predicted is  that the small "producers will have to  suspend operations, and especially  those that are working on the closest  margins and without subsidiary values  in the ores.  In the Boundary the margins are  not large, and if the price gets too low,  and continues for any length of time,  there can be but one result. Jim  there seems to a well defined feeling  that the present low price for the red  metal will not continue for any extended length of time, but that copper'will  recover and hold its own. During the  last week a well known Boundary  smelter man declined to accept ore  and pay for same at the price that  will rule in New York in 30 days, for  the reason that he thought the price of  copper would then be much higher  than at present. '  ��� Jfcumors as to the cause and ultimate effect of the present unsettled  state of the copper market are legion,  and it is not easy to separate the wheat  from the chaff. Evidently some of the  hig iellows are in for a fight, and it  goes without saying that some one will  get hurt befoie the smoke of battle is  cleared away. It seems to be the general idea that the matter will be settled before much, if any, harm is done  That the,. Boundary country is  rapidiy becoming the smelting centre  is proved by - the fact that the Hall  Mines smelter at Nelson has recently  entered into a contract to have matte  treated by the converter now nearing  completion by the Granby Co. at  Grand Forks, and has begun the  delivery of the matte. The Mother  Lode smelter made a similar contract  sometime ago, and in due time the  Trail smelter will probably do likewise.  A "couple of-months ago the Pioneer  estimated that the ore production for  the Boundary for the year 1901 would  reach a total"*of 375,000 tons. Although "the year is not quite yet closed,  and therefore definite totals cannot be  made up, E. Jacobs, the Greenwood  correspondent, says that the total will  reach 385,000 tons. This is based on  allowing November and December at  least- the same average. There is  every,reason to believe that the tonnage for the coming year will be more  than twice that for this year.  Last week  Sandon  487 tons of ore.  Platinum has lisen 50 per cent, and  is now $21 an ounce.  Rossland's oie shipments for last  week weie 6,050 tons.  The proposed smelter, at Kaslo, will  treat ores without the aid of fluxes.  The Arlington mine, Slocan, has  shipped 5,000 tons of ore this year.  A strike of 3,000 ounce ore has  been made on the Ottawa gioup at  Slocan city.  The English Mining Journal regards  the depression in the copper market  as temporary.  The Slocan has fifty shipping mines,  a record not equalled in America. All  are silver-lead mines.  A $2 per ton reduction is smelting  charges is expected on all ores running  over 15 per cent. lead.  -Lardeau mine owners -are packing  ore to Twin Falls, the wither terminus  of the Arrowhead & Kootenay railway.  The Goodenough, Slocan, paid a  dividend of one cent per share this  month, and will pay another on January 15th. ;"       ',__,   . __._ __ _ _  The Nettie L. mine, in the Lardeau,  has marketed 880 tons of silver ore,  the gross value of which was $72 per  ton or $63,380.  The output of the Frank coal mines  on the Crow's Nest road is 250 Ton's  a day, to be increased to 1,000 tons.  The mines now supply coke to Trail.  A Spokane silver-lead mine-ownei  thinks there will be a marked rise in  lead shortly. He gives as a reason  that the lead surplus is being steadily  reduced.  The Ramblei-Cariboo, Slocan, will  double its dividend after January 1st,  paying a cent a share per month. The  mine has $50,000 to $60,000 to its  credit and will ooen the mine to the  600-foot level.   Stock is at 68 cents.  I     WHAT THE EDITORS SAY.      |  Wells and his railway policy were  shouted out fortissimo from Montreal,  but pianissimo, with the soft pedal on,  in Victoria.���Victoria Post.  The interior papers are demanding  a revision of the Yale Cariboo district  and additional representation. This  should be done at the earliest possible  date.���Vancouver Ledger.  The Noble Five became severely  crippled when Joseph Martin went on  the directorate, but it would break  every mine in in the province to elect  him in Victoria.���Nelson Economist.  Smith Curtis' Platform.  In a letter to the Victoria Times,  Mr. Smith Curtis virtually announces  the main planks of his platform, which  may be briefly stated as follows:  1. A Redistribution Act to be  given the precedence over all other  legislation.  2. Referendum as to whether  Coast Kootenay railway should be built  as a Government work or as a competitive line.  3. The purchase of the E. & N.  railway, its land grants and coal mines.'  4. No land giants to railways.  to the copper rintereits'rtf .C V"'"! - s'   /J'**e PrinciPle of Government  irv ��J1 . T ' e Boun- ownership   of railway,, with the  re-  dw and that the market then will be' ferendum-as final appeal.  Tbe Price of Molybdenum.  The price of molybdenum having  been discussed, the following information regarding productions and price  in the United States, is taken from  Mining Industry:  1899���Molybdenite,   production    89  short tons, value $50 per ton.  Molybdenum,  production  9,550  pounds, value $1.25 per pound.  1900���Molybdenite,   production   189  short tons, value $50 per ton.  Molybdenum, production 30,000  pounds, value $1.25 per pound.  No production was reported in 1898.  It may also be pointed out that  ore  unless running 22 per cent,   molybde  ntiii! is not purchased, although it may  be concentrated to that desired tenor.  It will thus be seen that the market  as yet is very limited, and care should  be taken not to build too much on a  present sale foi   a   large  quantity, although there are evidences of an  increase in the near  future.    The  projected institution of iron industries in  this piovince will, if materalized, offer  the most available  market  for local  molybdenite, and it is  satisfactory  to  know that we have at hand a  supply  for the manufacture of molybdenum  steel.���Victoria Colonist.  After the Holiday Husf*.  After the holidays there is sure to  come a short period of depression in  trade. Business almost stops���and  does stop completely in some lines,  especially in smaller places. Of course,  most people have spent all the money  they had, but they'll soon have some  more and they'll fee! all the more like  spending it because they have become  used to spending money on the slightest provocation.  People must still eat, and drink, and  purchase the necessaries of life. People  will still look with lunging eyes upon  the luxuries of life. Peopie still read  advertising, and look in the windows  and long thirstily lor bargains. Therefore merchants should still keep the  advertising mill grinding away at about  the usual speed. Don't discontinue  the advertising in January, February  PHOENIX AERIE.  NO. 158  B. KERR,  ��AKRISTER   AND  SOLICITOR,  NOTARY PUBLIC.  PHOENIX, B. c  4mm4W^0>^$*\  t  Brewed by a Home Institution has proven tlk- test and has made a  host of Fiiends who testify to its Good Qualities  PHOENIX BREWERY  JULIUS MUELLER, Proprietor.  Corner Standard Ave. and Banner St., Phoenix.  ��i��  Meetings on Tuesday  8.30  j>.   in.   ��t I  Wilier*' Union Hall.  Visiting      l-relhrcu I  cordially imiltil.  tt. I.. HOVO, Secy. '  Phone No.  *J  Phoenix Lodge No. 28,  Knltbfs of Pythias.  Sleets every Ttiebday nielli  ���>' 7 30 p in., Miners' Union  Hall. j  Vliitinp !>retlirei< welcome.  C. A. McCi.ung, C. C )  D.J.Matheson. K. R. 8.        I   Agent for���  PABST BEER  Complete Line of Sample.  R. GREIGER,  Manager 1  GREENWOOD1  Do you want the [  Best Dry Wood?  - ���      ^���������������������^^MMMMMBBn  Tamarack and Fir, per cord,  $3.75  Stoye Wood ��� " 4.50  ���'      '" '  l Three Ricks,      $5.00  UELIVKKRD AT YOUR POOR.  Ma-zie's ������� s^H   James Moran  A Snap for  OLD AND NEW  ^rr,  Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto  Globe (daily) .both - -for- One-*  year "'  Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto  Globe, (weekly) both for One  year   Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Daily Herald, both for One  VftST   f,'"c,1'di'*E Handsome roitraitN  j *-'"��������    \o[King Hdward, 17x22 inches J   PALACE LIVERY **    __        class  WWW STABLE WWW turnout.  .      We keep a well stocked stahle of Driving and Saddle  4K     horses which are-well suited for long diives.     Special  vi^    attention given to sleighing parties.  t2UL2?'HfW��   C0LUNS * Mc��"-L|S  1 ronsfer. proprietors.  2.50  2.50  m  Phoenix Pioneer and New York  World, Thrice-a week; .both  for one year   Suhscriptions leceived to all Magazine" and Periodicals ut publishers Ion est rates.  Send all subscriptions to this office.  PHOENIX PIONEER,  PHOENIX, B. C.  Smoke KELOWNA Union made  GJJZ A R S  ^!ffWfTft?fmnf?tfnf^f^f^f?fnfwnfnff?fwm?TfnmffTfmg  phoenix] IT1  FREIGHT AND EXPRESS RECEIVE  PROMPT ATTENTION. S==V_^   ;U��ERY AiiP S^AGE LINE  ��� GREENWOOD STAGE LEAVES 8 A. M AND  '   ^' "!-P M."- SUNDAYS i P.M.  r ; GEO. P. MURPHY,'Manager  'PHONE NO, 4..-,  C A. McCfang & Co.,  amis   ^hJ- Jits*, Si^iold/ dftkfc  4m^/ If,  Hay, Grain, Feed, Rolled Oats, Etc.  Phone No. 36. -��  .STANDARD, AVE., PHOENIX.  BOTTOM  LUMBER COMPANY,.Ltd.  MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF  1-1/  ROUGH AND  DRESSED LUMBER  OFFICB AND YARDS  ROSSLAND, GREENWOOD, CASCADE and PH0JEN1X,B. C��.  Stable^  ,Ci'ntrnllyvlucnted" on Knob Hill Avr-nne. KirBt-clasi*  Tiiiiiinii8;iui<l Eacy Riding Smldlw Howp. The. bcft of  Stiil.Ie Accommodations for Troiis eut Hwie*. Roomy  CiittoiH iiiiil-ffleijirliH always on hand.  ERASER &E0LLINS,  TKtKPHONE No".  IO.-  PROPRIETORS  ^��^.c,ee^.ft^9.9o,o���SS0w^--ooi;^^^v^^#M  PHOENIX  Market.  HEAD OFFICE I OR UOUNDARV CREEK, GREENWOOD, B. <*V  - -.      ��� HEA"QUAlU'ER.S,'NELSON, B. c.  Choice Wines, Liquor? and Cigars' alwaysr<iri  etock. Board by day or wt#k, ^One^rjatani)  you will remember The Maple Leaf Forever.  Old Ironsides  Ave.  -<SECG k McBOML^PropSc  PHOENIX.  iwi!fii-:Bsni��fe  S Snon^Sn"* K^' rhrCe ^s' Sandon, Slocan;City,''  % efflfork, f< ^ J^1^Salmo,RpssIand���TraiI,Cascade v  2  mo��    r\^' Greenwood* Midway,'Niagara and i>ho;.,ix.  I FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  All orders receive, prompt attention.  c  e  ��  0  a  e  0  0  o  ��  9" '  ��0000*>0����o00o99a9oo������,-L..:"v'   ���'v;'^;'r;T ;.;���;' :   0"  F0& THE PIONEER  n^^^^^^^^s^^m^^msxsz  �����!2ZZa8t32E8S&B3EXBXWiaX^^  ZmLlISl XkmSl {iamwt^if^i^LiiiUvt  ���ssswrawaa,: THE'PHOENIX  PIONEER.  MINT  GAFE  has reopened under the liiauage-  ment of oeo. W.  Blake, formerly of  the Butte Cafe,  where he will con-  IN BOUNDARY  timie to cater to his  GEO W. BLAKt^ligr; T'  GAME IN SEASON. Only the bw of Evcrvtbing  ::.:.���<.������" tube found in.aht;. Murkct.'  .������������*....��*������.  First-Class Woik Guaranteed-  Miners' Hlannelii it Specialty.  Goods Called for andDtllvci-  cd Free. Your Patronage Solicited.  , ====-��� =-s,    ���-  t i'mm H  V. ftN. BUILDING, 0pl'OSrrK  Minsk's Hotel, Dominion Ave.  Branch!   LAIRD'S  BAR-  |   IlliR ��1101', Upper Tuivn.   I'-ioniiKo.^  Spurs, Etc., That Have Been  Built This Fall.  LARGELY FOB BENEFIT PHOENIX MINES  Larje Improvements Made to tbe Phoenix  Branch���Preparing For Greater Shipments.  MW����**����*������,����*t����*>**��**��tt****��������������**������**������  #���0000000000000000000000������0000000000000000��0������#��aa#  | Don Bottling Works j  ��� ;���m .     : :vAe ���___ ���. :  /AS, McCREATH, Prop  Jobbers in... Wjfles> ^ anjj Cjgars j  OUDKHS   BY '��� TELEPHONE .,. -Y  I'KOMPTLY FJLLKD.  801, K AOUN'1'.-i I'Olt UHICIISQUKLLKN .SKI.TKKS* BI.UK  I,AII��I. IIRANI) THK MOST llliALTIII'UI. AND ItW'KKSH-  1N0   OH MINKKA'I. WATKKt*.  GREENWOOD.and PHOENIX, B. C  D.w. Mcdonald  Plumbing  Job Work Promptly Attended to;  Phoenix atrett (Hack ofl'oalofllce.) ���'.  & Tinning  Phoenix, B. C.  ��*�������* ������*���>* ���-  ����������l��<H*t����*����**��*  i  ��#���*�����������*�������**���*��  *�����������������������������*��*�����*  ^���������������������^  ROUSE-  j-HOLO  | NEED  Undertaking  *fid Embalming  }  I  N this line we  are  h*. a better position  than ever to supply the wants of the  Public of Phoenjx,  i Specially  CLARK ��1 BINNS,  -Old'Ironsides'Ave.  wwwwwmt?  000000000000��*  0 .  '0':"  0'Y  0.- .  0  '������'^.  0'  0'  0 .  ��� ��������������� �����������������..��������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������  0  0  0  ���  0  0  0  0  0.  0'  ��� ,  0  ���  ���������'������  0  ���  0  0 .  ���  0 '  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  9  0  ��  That's Our Business  The Job Department of the Phoenix Pioneer is fully  Equipped to tunj.out the BEST QUALITY of Stationery  for any kind of business. Special attention paid to work  for Mines.    Stock, the best;  quality, the highest grade.  ADDRESS:  THE PHOENIX PIONEER,  PHOENIX, B. 0.  'Phone No. 14.  It has taken the C. I', R, some time  to come to a realization of thegreat tonnage at its doors in the Boundary  country. Its faith in the future of the  country was -certainly exemplified when  it decided to ipornt some "155,000,000  in the construction of the Boundary  railway. Hut even after it was built,  its ofticials did not appear to appreciate  the amount ot ore that was then ready  to be hauled to the smelters. Kor instance, the officials'wanted tlie Granby  Co. to start shipments in box cars,  when the rails were finally laid into  this camp; but the latter company flat  ly refused to do this, and asked that  ore cars be furnished and that the  necessary safety switches, etc., be put  111. This was done, although it delay  eJ the beginning of shipments somewhat. This was in July, 1900.  Later, one after another of the C. P.  R. officials visited the mines in Phoenix  and at last began to realize the immense  amount ofore that was really waiting  to be hauled, This protppted them to  dp anything in reason to facilitate the  talcing away of the ore, and as a result  if is said that the C. P. R. now takes  out of Phoenix the comfortable sum 0!  upwards of $250 per day in freight  alone, which of course will soon be  doubled.  Improvements Completed Tbls Year.  ". During the past six months the C.  P. R, has spent a large arnount of  mone); in extending the tracks to the  various mines in the boundary, especi  ally in Phoenix camp, .This work has  all been done by the wefl known firm  of contractors,' Tiernay & McPhail of  Nelson, who have just completed operations in the Boundary for the season,  their final work being at Hartford  Junction, where the switchback has  been made into a loop. .'While this  loop is but 1,600 feetlong, it isa most  importaat piece of work, for the reason  that its use. will greatly facilitate traffic  over the Phoenix branch, cutting down  the running time of both freight and  passenger--'trains.'- >  A.W. McPhail, of the firm, who has  active charge of the work, finished  last Friday, "let out his men, and left  for his home at Nelson, B. C. The  C. P. ;R. extra gang, which recently  finished laying the rails on the Knob  Hill spur extention, is now doing the  same thing on the Hartford Junction  loop, and if there is no unforeseen delay, will have the work done in a few  days more.   .  The work, done by Tiernay & McPhail for the C. P. R. in the Boundary  this year is as follows:  1'en car spur for the Snowshoe min&  Ten car spur for the Sunset mine,  Dead wood camp.  ���'  2,000 fooi. extention to the Knob  Mill spur, Phoenix camp.  Track extensions at Eholt, for accommodation of Phoenix traffic.  Loop at Hartford Junction, 1,600  feet, besides several other small pieces  of work.  NOTE AND COMMENT.  Manager 'I'hos. McNaught of Halcyon Hot Springs, intends to carry out  his idea of forming an association of  the newspaper men of British Columbia. The meeting which was called  in October last did not materialize as  the date was at a time when the Duke  and Duchess of Cornwall and York  were in the province. Mr. McNaught's  idea is.to hold a.meeting around New  Year's day, so that if the association is  formed it could arrange for . the proposed trip to California during the  coming year.  While it is a fact that merchants of  Phoenix are today carrying., larger  stocks than ever, and have been doing,  all things considered, a satisfactory  trade, the attention of the Pioneer has  again been called to the old practice  of sending east for goods, especially in  the line of clothing, etc. A merchant  in Phoenix informs the Pioneer that  some of the otherwise best union men  in the camp do this .sort of thing  habitually, and rarely think of spending their dollars here.  �����  0! course, every man has a right to  buy where he pleases, but it is pointed  out that many-of those goods arc.ihnde  in eastern sweat shops, and in any  event the sending of the money to the  east docs not assist in the building up  of the place where one resides. Added to this, it is undoubtedly a fact that  the -majority of workmen came to  Phoenix because wages are satisfactory  here, and there are those that think  sending to such places'for goods is not  the right spirit to display.  Standard poems in fine bindings  and latest bound books at McRae Bros  & Smith's.  LICENSE   TO  VINCIAL  AN  EXTRA-PRO-  COMPANY.  HALCYON'  HOT  Sl'ItlNtiS  The     moat    complete U  KA.VITAHlIJM  E A L T H  RESORT  Resi-  011 the continent or North  America. Situated midst  scenery 'unrivalled for grnii-  dcur. Boating, Pishing and Hxcitrslotis,  dent Physician and Nurse. Telegraphic com.  jnuuiculioy with nil parts of the world; two  muilH arrive and depart every day, !((�� baths  cure all nervous and jtiutculnr discnijea; its wnl  era heal all Kidney, I.ivcraiiil Stomach Ailmetitr  Tcriim: $IJ to $i�� per week, according to res  deuce in hotel or villas. Halcyon Springs, A  oiv Lake B.C.  Notice of-Application for Transfer of Liquor  -. 'Licence;  NOTICIJ 18 HKKKKV CI'VKX that at the next  ��lttiug,of tec i.iceutv CollimlMioiiera (or the City  of I'hoeuix I intend lo npuly .{or a traiiifer to  W. N. Dunn of the licence ivliich. I' hold to aell  liquor by retail in the 'Phoenix Jkrtcl, Phoenix,  II. C.      ���    '������"    -   -  Dated ttiis 8th day ofNoveiither, A. I)., 1901.  ���3 Hahiiv Xash  THIS IS TO OI'imFY that the ���'J*rowiihoc  (Joid amrcopi.cr Milieu,. Llmtted,"  Is  pisspLunoN: "of pautnership  Notice ts hereby kIvcii, that the partnership  heretofore existing In-tivicii Joe Jl. T-ylor, Jr.,  mid myself, under the firm hum; of Kiiinberuer  & Taylor, is "liiSuUed from thi* date.  Ha ted til 1'hociii.x, II, C. the lit day of October,'  Wl." '�� O.   W.   KtlMIIKKKRK. '  All men do not think alike on this  subject, to be sure, and theie's the  rub. Some thiiigs cannot be had here,  but the great majority of our necessities can be gotten in this city; at  prices that are not unreasonable, when  everything is considered; and if we aie  to build up-a prosperous and successful community, it is no more than  right that w should buy every thing  we possibly can right here in Phoenix  APPLICATION. FOR  TRANSFER  OF LIQUOR LICENSE. .  . NOTI' ;li IS IHiK'KIIV f'iv'HN that I will make  application to the'Hoard of l.ii-etise <'oiliini��nlou.  era or the ' ilyofl'liiieuix at lis next inectiHK for  a Irimiifrr of Hit- I,ii|iior l.lceiiae. now held by pie  to Hell llrjuor bv retail In the Victoria Hotel,  slluatcoii iriiiiHldeaavt-iiue.-oil Lots 15 and IS,  'lock II. Old Ironside* Addition to the Oily of  I'hocnlx lo Joseph N. GllliK-  Dated  at   I'hoeuix,   H.   C,  Ihla 2.1th day ol  October, loot. -J. IIikkiian  MtN'KRAt.   ACT  CERTIFICATE OK IMPRROVEMENTS.  NoTici-:.      .������'������  Gold Coiuilil.i'sioncr aiid Copper Kiiir Number j  Mineral clalutH, allunle in the Kettle Kiv  iMIiitnj; l'iv(��ioii ofYalc Oiilrict. ���  Wiirku Located���In Copper Camp*,  Take notice that I I'ntrlck I. IJerniody, l-'rce  Minera' Certificate Number H40SS3 for myself  and as a(jcnt for Thomas II. Oarrlaon I'ree MI11-  era' Certificate Kiimhcr B<��'*oi, intend sixty days  from date hereof to apply to til? Mining Kecorder  fcr a Certilicatc of Improvements for the purpose  of obtaining- Crown Grant* to the above claims.  And   further  take  notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 17th day of December 1901.  6-11 r. j niiKMobV.  NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT.  Invest In Alleged Mines,  The colored editor of the Toronto  Telegram makes this, sapient observation :  "British Columbia is now buying  Ontario stock for breeding purposes,  and that reminds sundry people that  Ontario invested largely in British  Columbia stock for���well, say educational purposes."  The fact is that a few Ontario  sharpers induced a few Ontario fools  to risk a few Ontario dollars in some  alleged mines in this province.  Naturally enough the few Ontario  dollars passed from the Ontario fools  to the Ontario sharpers, but the Ontario fools have been  since  has done towards helping this province  of British Columbia,, so it is to. be  hoped that in this importation of stock  to which the Telegram refers, there will  be no trace of the tar-brush streak  which marks the Telegram as unique.  ���Province.   ���  ,. sqiieeling  ever  It is little enough that Ontario  �����(�������������������  0*��*0����'��'*'��������*0*"  ������������������������������������������'���'���������'������'���*  ...HOTEL BROOKLYN....  (���formerly the Metropolitan:)  High class wines, liquors and-cigars always in stock  yenient sample room for Commercial Men.  rlflcm Cafe in connection.  class Laie in HlffiME McGUIRE, Prop  Con-  Firs t-  Civlc aad School Election!*.  The nominations for the mayor and  council of Phoenix take place on  Monday, January 13th, and the elec  tions on the following Thursday, January 16 th, both at .Hardy-McKenzie  hall...,       -.  Although nothing definite on the  point is laid down in the amendment  to the school act passed at the last  session,' it appears to be the intention  that the elections for school trustees  in cities of the third class, like Phoenix shall be held at the same time  and place and under the same returning officer as the municipal elections,  as the school act provided should be  done in the past in Victoria and Vancouver. There are three trustees to  be'elected.as before, the two highest  lor two years and the last man for one  year. The old trustees hold office until January, 190.2,' when their successors are elected. ; There is no property  qualification for school trustees and  everybody has a vote the same as before.  Good comfortable rooms at reasonable rates, at Norden hotel, Dominion  avenue. . *   '  Advertise for the Dollars.  Drink and the gang drinks with you;  swear off and you go it alone, for the  bar room bum who drinks your rum  has a querulous taste of his own.  Feast and your friends are many* fast  and they cut you dead; they'll not get  mad if you treat them bad, so long as  their stomachs are fed. Steal if you  get a million, for then you can furnish  bail; its the limit thief who gets out on  leave, while the little one goes to jail.  Advertise and the dollars come rolling;  quit and they fail to arrive; for how  are men who have money to spend 'to  know that you are still alive.���Ex. ���  Pursuant to tile "Creditors'-Trust Deeds Act.  1901" ;     .       ���''���'���.  NOTICI" is hereby Riven that Victor Monnier  carrying on business as 11 wholesale liquor dealer  at the city of I'hoeuix, llritish Columbia, has bv  indenture dated, December 16th, 1901 assigned  all his personal property, real estate, credits and  effects which may be seized and sold under execution to William Wellington ' raij; of the. said  City of I'hoeuix, elerk in trust, for the general  leuefit of his creditors.  The said indenture was executed by the said  Victor Monnier and by the said trustee 011 the  i6th day of December 1901; and notice is hereby  given that all creditors and others having claims  against the said Victor Monnier, are required to  send in to the undersigned the full particulars  thereof proved in maimer required by the said  Act together wifh the* particulars of tlie security,  if any, held by them, 011 or before the 27th day of  January, A.D 1902, after which date the trustee  will proceed to distribute the proceeds of the  estate amotigst-tlle parties entitled thereto, having regard 10 the claims of which the trustee  shall have then had notice, and the trustee shall  not be liable for the said proceeds or any part  thereof, so distributed to any person of whose  claim the trustee shall have had no notice at the  timeof the distribution thereof, and all persons  indebted to the said' Victor Mounter are required  to pay the amount of their Indebtedness to the  trustee forthwith. _ - ,  A meeting of the creditors vvtll be held.at the  offices of Messrs. Cayley & Cochrane, post office  Block, Dominion avenue, I'hoeuix, B.-C. on the  3rd day of January 1902, at {he hour of three in  the afternoon, for the purpose of giving directions with reference to the disposal of the estate.  Service of .writs may be made upon Messrs.  Cayley (i Cochrane, I'ostoftlce Block, Dominion  Ave., .Phoenix* n. C; Solicitors for" the said trustee. ���      ,  Dated this 19th day of December A. D. 1901.  WILLIAM WUI.LIN'GTON CRAIG,  ��� Trustee, I'hoeuix, B. C.  ''Company'sYAct, 1897-'.'  ,   OA.VADA:  I'llOVINCK OF IIHITIHII COLVHUIX  tio.iti.  HIS IS TO CKItTfFY that the  Gold and Copiicr  uuth-irlsed ami license 1 to carry on butt  ne*s within the I'rovliiee of Jirjtfsh Columbia,  and to <-��riy out or cll'ect hII or aiiy of the  objects of tbo Company to which the legislative Hiiiborliy of the legislature of llritish  Columbia ox lends.  The head ollieo of the Comjianr is situate In  Kiiglimd.        ,  The amount of Ihe capital of the Company Is  ���C-iVi.Wu divided into 'OofiW shares of ��1 each.  'I ha hend olllce of the Company in this Province Is sliua e at Uossland.aiid Anthony John  McMillan, .Managing Director of the Companv,  whose address is Kossland aforesaid,' iathettt-  lorney for rhc Company.  (ilven under iny hand and seal of ot'li-e al  Victoria,'Province of llritish Columbia, this,  i'-th day of October, one thousand nine hun-  a'reii and one.  (!..��.] 8. Y. WOOTTO.V,  KeglHtrur of Joint Stock Compautes.  The following arc Ihe objects lor which tho  Company has been established:���  (i) 'lo adopt and curry into cifect, with such,  if any, uiodliliilioiis or alteration! as may be  agreed on, subjeiti, if prior to tbe statutory  meeting, lo the approv-il of such meeting, the  agreement Willi The ilrlllxh Columbia <Kohs-  liuid mid .-loi'iin) "-yndlcaio, Limited, referred  to lb cbiui-ui!of the Articles of Ataoclatlon of  tho Company.       !'�� .,  (2) To aci-iitrc mines and mining, rlgh'fi In  British C'lumbla, and other countries or  Idrtt'cs.andaiiyliilerostsihe.olnanil rights over  thesaiiir, ami any concessions,'granta, right*,  powersaud privilege* in respect Iheteof. and for  any such ptirriosc to prosped. examine and explore Ruy such coiiiitrlcM or places, and to cm-  jiloy ami eii'tlp expeditions, commissions, ex-  pens and other r-gunls, and to uwrk, develop,  c*rry out, exercise ami turn to acuonut the  properties arid promises so ac<-ill-erf:  >;.'i) To work and trade In all Itludsof natural  iirnOtiirtMuf the c.ountiles or places where the  business id the Cumpauy sh.ill for Ihe time being 1-0 curried on, and tdelt'eet the full devcl-  meiit of uncommercial oiKiratluns in counec-  lion tliertuvlth:   '.,...  (I) To search for, will, gel, iiunrry, reduce  auiHlgiiumle, diess, relitie and prepare for mur-  kct uurlferoiis Hand, (/iiari/, ore and other mineral Mil'MatH-op, whetiier auriferous or nut, and  mm mm  MARSHALL & SHliA, Prop.' ������;.  We have the choicest stock of  Liquors and Cigars in Phoenix  Everything is First-class.  Ifotel centrally located for  Transients^       ,-   ��� ''     '  KNOB   HILL AVENUE; t  ���f-r4*t-*H-ff-f-f-H--f-fT Uli) |ji.^,  prct'lous stuiies, aid generally to uArry on any  meiallurglcul otieritfioiis which innysec  dtielve to any of the Company's objects:  metallurgical operations which inny seem con-  'ueire to any of the Coinpauj's objeels:  (.I)  To buy, sett, tellne and doal in bullion,  Phoenix : Bakery  .'���'";C. \V. GliEER, Prop.  Phoenix YStreet,  Gpp; P.  6.  Bread Delivered Daily to all  parts of the ity .  '...' When we say we niake good Bread  , we arc only repealing the-words of  out urnny customers. To the stranger  we say, Try it ami be convinced.  PIKS, CAKHH, CO0KIHS, DOUGH- ���  NUTS, lite., always on hand. ���-.  Light-Express Jn Connection  V.&   .V I-IIONK, i3.  specie, coin uud precious metals  (il) To develop the resources of and turn to  account any lauds or rights over or connected  wl'h land belonging to the Company, or 111  which Ihe Company is Interested, and In par  ti'-iilar by clearing, draining, fencing, planting,  ���-'���������- -'-     ���   ������ - -     ��� ���      ���      ���      -ri*l.  lid grazing, and by promol  gratlon   and   emigration, and the estitbllsh  ctiltiv ting, building, Improving, farming, 1  gating, and grazing, and by promoting finml-  Lardeau Ore Shipments.  The Trout Lake Topic gives the  following list ofore shipments up to  date from the Lardeau : .  JOE DERHAM  General  Blacksmith  Special Attention to Horse Shoeing.  NKAR THE RINK  Dominion Avenue,'    -    PHOENLV, B. C.  l'Ot.XDS  GROSS VAL.  Silver Cup .  ..2,400,000  iflSO 000 00  Nettie X   ,.2,340,000  146 250 00  Triune .-.  .   04U.770  82 870 27  Cromwell   ..     2;j,2S9  .1.296 7y  St'Klmo   .     12,000  510 00  Elliul   .     34,000  1 5!)ii 00  Broadview....-..  ..     52,000  1 004 00  threat Northern.  .     50,000  1 344 00  .     12.000  1 320 00  Beatrice   .   442,000  32 23S 31)  TeUls.   .0,220.005  Jif44i!,000 45  ���  0  9  0  8  O  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  '  0  0  0:  9  O  0  0  0  e  e  0  AGENT FOR DOMINION COPPER COMPANY'S ADDITION.  PHOFNIX has a Greater record for shipments than any other camp in British Columbia  forVoox 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 fig-  ���    W, ,, ���(M,fc     Houses for Rent.    Good opportunities for iuvestmeut,  ures and monthly payments.    iious��> ru- ii  G, W, RUPBERGER,  Dominion Avence, Phoenix, B. C.  Address  0  0  0  0  o  0  0  0  0  9  0  O  0  0  i  I  0  0  0  0  0  0  O  a  e  ���9  99Qoa<B96a900oeo9eooeo*��oe  a90OO9e0o90000O000��000000000000000��0oo0eoo0eo00ee  Another Horrible Example.  Another horrible example of the tobacco habit conies to light in Hamilton.  Not long ago we noted the death of a  gentleman in Utica at the age of 119  who has used tobacco=to say nothing  of whiskey���=-all his life. Now we read  of a brisk lady ol 109 years in Hamilton, who smokes her pipe with huge enjoyment still after an indulgence ot  nearly a century of the soothing weed.  Girls, take warning ! ��� Brockville  Times.  Do You Know Robert W. Easton ?  Mrs. R. A. Easton, of Sitkum, Ore.  gon, would be glad to learn the whereabouts of her son, Robert \V. Easton,  a young fellow of 15 or 16 years, who  is supposed to have been in this pan  of British Columbia this year. Easton  sometimes goes by the name of John  Dudly, and any imformation in regard  to him wjll be thankfully received by  his mother or can be sent to Rev. D.  H.Reid, Phoenix, B. C.  The Steiriwimler Hotel, on First St.,  can be rented on reasontible terms.  Immediate possession j:iven to d hi ing  room and bVd rooms, aUfuniislietl. Excellent chance for the right person.  Bar room can be rentwl separately  from. 15th of Jairmuy-  c  H. MULLIN,  PHOENIX, B. C.  House and Lot for Sale  on Old Ironsides Avenue,  Reasonable amount down,  balance inoiithly payments  at 8 per cent per annum.  If  This is a snap  mean business,  1LP^W. H. BELL,  you  Phoenix,  K <:.   Imported toilet and manicure sets,  mirrors, etc., at Boyle's.  McRae Bros. & Smith have the  finest line of Holiday goods ever  brought into the Boundary. Yoi*'ll  miss it if yoi* don't see their stock.  J. FERGUSON  PRACTICAL  HOUSE AND SIGN .  PAINTER,   DECORATOR,   ETC.  Phoenix, B. C  J.B.MAGAULAY  CITY SCAVENGER  Leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office  &*#      PHOENIX, B. G.  merit, oftowus, v.Uukoh und settloroeuU.  (7.) To carry out, tiStubUsH, couutriiist, main-  tain, I in prove, iuai]uf,rc, work, conlrol and gup>  eriutcna any rondu, \v��: h, truuiwuya, rullwuys,  bridj,ro��t fmrbourti, reservohn, water-coureeu,  u'hurvei), eiiibanku 011IK, bydruullc worlts, tele-  gnijilis, toie;'In>iics, saw-mtllf, smelling works,  funiucov ftHHories, WHrchuucos and other  bnildliiKH, works and euiivenlencos, and to  contribute to ot h&Ih In the carrying out,  e.HtiibllhhDieiil, construction, malntetiaiice.  Iinprovemeiji, inanagcmeHt, working, control  or HU[)erinienaeiico of tho Mime :  (8.) To (.'firry on all cir any of the businesse*  or miners, smelters, quary owners, quarrymen.  stiw-inill proprlctorf, timber merchants, metul  fnundors, woijiers and enmertcrs, engineets,  maohinlsts,.gas makers, shipbuilders, proprietors of.vts&ulN, carriers by ueaand laud, wharfingers, dock owners, warehousemen, storekeeo*  er-. farmors, horsoau*! cattle breeders and dealers, stockmen and provision nerehnuuj;  .(it.) To luaiiuraeturu buy,sell, repair, alter,  tieui, prepare for market, and deal in all kinds  of plant, maohinery, tipparatus, tools, utensils,  products, materials, articles and things necessary or useful for carrying on any of the above  businesses or ��� peratiuns, or usually dealt in by  persons eiigaged therein:  (1U) To carry on any other businesses,  whether manufacturing or oiherwise, which  may seem to the O'uipany capable of being  conveniently carried on in connection with  any of the above specified objeots, or calculated  directly or indirectly to enhance the value of  or render profitable any of the Company's  property or rights;  (li.) To apply tor, purchase, or otherwise  acquire, any patents, brevets a'iuveiuioii, licences, concessions, and the like, conferring an  exclusive or uon-exflusive or limited right to  use, an> secretor other Information as to any  invention which iiiay seem capable of leiug  usc'i for anv of the purposes of the Company,  or theaciimsitlon of wh ehinay seem aaloulat-  ed, diret'tly or indirectly, to benefit this Companv,. ami to '.use, .exercise and develop, or  grain -Hceucci ui reepect of, or otherwise turn  to account tho property, rights and Information en acquired,  (12) To purch'u.se or otherwise acquire and  tiudei take all or any part of the business, property and liabilities uf any person or company  carrying on busbies* wi'ich this Company is  amhorized to carry 011, or possessed of property  suitable for the 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  and prifilOiies that may seem conducive to the  Company's objects or any of them:  (14) To" cntt-r into partnership or into any  acranpemeut for sharing profits, union1 of interests, joint adventure, reciprocal concessions or  co-operation with any person orcouipauy carrying on or engaged in, or about to carry on or  engage in, any business or transactions which  theCompany is authorised to carry on .engage in,  or any business or transaction capable of being  conducted so as to directly or indirectly benefit  this Company, and to take or otherwise acquire  and hold shares of .stock in, or securities of, and  to6ubsidi.se or otherwise assist any such Company, and to sell, hold, re-issue with or without  'guarantee, or otherwise.deal with such shares,  stock or securities:  (15) Generally to purchase, take on lease or in  exchange, hirc'orotherwise acquire aro* real or  personal property, 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 ot the Company's property or rights for the  time being, and lit particular any laud, buildings,  easements,licences, patents, imichmery, ships  barges, rolling stock, plant and stock-in-trade;  (16) To establish and support, or to aid in the  establishment and support of associations, institutions, or conveniences'calculated to benefit  employees or ex-employees ofthe Company or  its predecessors in business, or the dependents or  connections of such persons, 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  useful object:  (17) To sell the undertaking of the Company,  or any part thereof, for such consideration os the  Company may think fit, and tn particular for  shares, or debentures, debenture stock or other  securities of any other company having objects  altogether or in part similar to those of this  Company:  (iS) To promote any compauy or companies  fur the purpose of its or their acquiring all or any  ofthe propel ty, rights and liabilities ofthe Company, or for any other puroose which may seem  directly or indirectly calculated to benefit this  Company:  (19) To invest and deal with moneys of the  Company not immediately required, upon such  securities and in such manner us may from time  to lime lie determined.  {20) To lend money to such persons and on such  lerins as may .stem expedient, and in particular  to cu.stoNR-isofand persons havingdealings with  Ihe < oinpany, and to givv any guarantee or indemnity a^ may seem expedient:  (21) T�� obtain anv Provisional Order or Act of J  'Parliament for eualiliug the Company to carry j  any of it-* ol-j^ets into cll'ect, or for effecting any  modification of the Company's constitution, ot  for any other purpose which juuy seem expedient, mid 1-1 oppose any proceedings or applications which may seem calculated, directly or  indirectly, to prejudice the Company.  {22) To raise or hoi row or secure the payment  of money in such manner itud <m such terms as  may seem expedient, mh! in particular by the  issue of debentures or debenture slock, whether  perpetual or otherwise, and charged or not  charged upon tbe whole or any part of the property of the Company, both present and future,  including its uncalled capital, and to redeem,  purchase or pay offutiy such securities:  (23) To draw, accept, indorse, discount, execute  and issue bills of exchange, promissory notes,  debentures, bills of lading, warrants and other  negotiahleorlrausfe.rable instruments or securities:  (24) To remunerate any partier- for services  rendered, or lobe rendered, in or about tlie formation or promotion of the Company, or the  conduct of its business:  (25) To do all or any of the above things in any  part ofthe world, and either as principals, agents,  trustees, contractors or otherwise, and either  alone or in conjunction with others, and either  by or through agents, sub-contractors, trustees  or otherwise.  (26) To sell, improve, manage, develop, exchange, enfranchise, lease, mortgage,dispose of,  turn to account, or tit her wise deal with all orany  part ofthe property or rights ofthe Company;  (27) To register the Company in Pritish Columbia, and to take all other steps requisite or expedient to enable the Company to carry on its  business in British Columbia:  (2S) To establish and maintain local registers,  agencies and branch places of Imsincss, and procure the Company to be registered or recognised  in any part oT the world;  (-79} To do all such other things as are incidental or conducive to ihe attainment of the above  objects, and so that the word "Company" in this  clause shall be deemed to include any partnership or other body of persons, whether incorporated or not incorporated, and whether  domiciled in the United Kingdou or elsewhere,  ami so that the objects specified in each paragraph of the clause shall, except when otherwise  expressed in such paragraph, be in nowise  limited or restricted by reference to or inference  from tbe terms of any other paragraph or the  name ofthe Company.  id. pun  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaranteed.   Imported Goods.,  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES MADE TO  ORDER.  PRACTICAL    MINERS'  AND   PROSPECTORS' SHOES   A SPECIALTY.  Corner Phoenix St. and Brooklyn Ave.  EASTERN  Townships Bank.  ESTABLISHED 1859.  CAPITAL -' ."'.-'������.-���"-��� $2,000,000  CAPITAL, PAID UP - $r,742,535  RESERVE FUND ..- -   $1,050,000  BOARD OF DIRKCTORS:  R. W. Henkkbh, President,  Hon. m. H. Cochkanb, Vlce-Prca.  Israel Wood, J. S. Mitchell, G. Stevens, J. N.  Galer,   N. W.   Thomas, C. H.   Kathau, H. B. "  Brown, K. C.  HKAD OFFICE. SHKRBROOKK, P. Q.  "Vs,   Parwkll,  Gen'l Mgr.,  Jas. Mackinnon,   Assistant Geu'I Mgr.  S. tSnoui.L,  Local Mgr.  S. F. Mokev, Inspector of Branches.  BRANCHES.  In Province bfQuebec���   . '���  Montreal, Ii. Austin, Matmger.  Waterloo, W. I. Ilriggs, Mauager.   '  Rock Island, S. Stevens, Manager.  Cowansville, H. K. Williams, Mgr.  Coaticook, E- N. Robinson, Manager.  Richmond, W. L. Ball, Mgr.  Granby, W. H. Robinson, Mgr.  Bedford, E. W. Morgan, Mgr.  Huntingdon, A^ W. Wntson, Mgr.'  Magog, E. 1'. Olivier*' Mgr.  St. Hyacinthe, J. Lafrnmboise, Mgr.  Ormstoivn, W. II. Hargrove, Mgr.  Iu Province of British Columbia���  Grand Forks, Win. Spier, Mgr  Phoenix. I'. W..Slack, Acting Mgr.  Agents   in    Canada,   Bank  of  Montreal   and  . Branches.  "     London, Eiig., National Bank of Scotland.  . "     Boston, National Exchange Bank,  "     New York, National Park Bauk.  Collections    mnde at   all   accessible   points.  Drafts issued for anv required amounts, good at  all points iu Canada,   U.S. and Europe.    Exchange bought and sold.   .  Savings   Braxch    Department    at    Each  Office.  Interest allowed from date of deposit and compounded annually without requiring attention ot  depositor.  Office Hours: 10-3: Saturday from jo to 1.  Spohdne Tafls and florffiera  NELSON  &   FORT   SHEPPARD  EED MOUNTAIN E'Y.  The only all-rail route between all, points east,  west, and south to Rossland, Nelson and all intermediate points; connecting at Spokane with  the Great Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R. &  N. Co.  Connects at Nelson with steamer for Kaslo and  all Kootenay Lake points.  Connects at Meyer's Vails with stage daily for  Republic, and connects nt Hossburg with stage  daily for Grand Forks and Greenwood.  Buffet Sleeper run on passenger trains between Spokane and Northport.  HKKKCTIVtC SUNDAY, MAY 5, 1901.  Leave.  Daily Train                    Arrive.  9:00 a. m    Spokane 7:35 p. m.  .2:50 a. HI    Rossland 4:10 p. m.  9:15 a. in    Nelson 7.15 p. m.  H. A. JACKSON,  General Passenger Agent,  FARE AND ONE  THIRD for  ROUND TRIP  FOR CHRISTMAS  TICKETS on Sale  DEC. 23, 24,25.  For NEW  YEARS  Dec. 30, 31, Jan. U  All Tickets Good ' for Return till Jan. .'iicl.  TOURIST SLEEPING  CARS Crows Nest Section  I.KAVE KOOrKX.VV r.AXDIKG  r"es<lav5ForST. PAUL v.*  Friday    ( ami all V. S. I'uints  soo  LINE.  o';',,y"i,vToronto,Montreal,Boston  For Time-tables   rates   and   full information  call on or address nearest local agent, or  O. W. Dey, KJ.Coyle,.  Agent, A.G.P.Agt.  Phoenix, B. C.    Vancouver, B.C  J. S. Carter, D. P. A.,  Nelson, B.C.  m  i  !fir-;YY  f'.Y'YiY  ��� ���!-*���: -  IjaMMMIMMiM'^  muitJ^ys!W^msiimum}!nxtfm��mm  tmBaummnwe** THE PHOENIX PIONEER,  I  h  Mt  I'      '  I' f.  III i <  i  !  l��-r <. ���  ff-y**-  i;:  B"  j? i  l*f '  1 w  it  11  jl  REOPENED  NDKK  ENTIRELY  NEW  MANAGEMENT.  Dominion  I'or-iicrl)' the Victoria.  G1LLIS & FORREST, Proprietors. ;  IOSKPH N. Oil.LIS, "Malinger;  OLD IRONSIDES AVt.PHOENIXJX  Tliu Iioukc will hereafter be .vonducteil,  in Kir*t-Clnaa style,  and Evnry l)vpart-  ntent will have tho  best' obtainable.  I   The Local Grist*   I  0J    ���    il�� ���Ml    ���I     ��'       Ml   ���<   ���       ���!      ������      ���     "I  The local mines all closed for Christ  mas day.  Clias. A. McClung visited Rossland  last week.  LastSatuiday was ihe shoitest  d.i>  in the >ear.  Dr. Mathison, demist, Gleeiiwood  Both 'phones.  Dolls, fiom s cents to $5, .it McRae  Bros. & Smith's.  Supt. Astley, of the Snowshoe, spent  Christinas in Rossland.  Contiactor Corner finished the new  ���Anglican church this week.  1* The Revelfitokc Mail   has enlarged  to seven columns to the page.  Choice lealhei floods lot   the Iluii-  dayt at Boyles*. ' See his slock.  Born���To the wile of H, Bumn.at  Greenwood, December 22nd, n son.  Souvenir spoons, with view ol Old  Ironsides mine, at Dey's, the Jeweler.  One pound  packages  of chocolate  biscuits at McKenzie's confectioneiy.   ��� ' G-.E. Dey the Jeweler, -has some  '""gooils'particularly  fitting lor holiday  presents,  Get something that mil please your  wife lor a holiday* present -at McKenzie's.  Have you seen Boyle's holiday  goods? If you haven't, you've nvssed  something.  "One pound packages of cluster  raisins and figs at McKenzie's confectionery.  Ladies' watches,- rings, etc, a fine  assortment for the holidays, at Dey's,  the Jeweler.  Claude Bannantyne, the Snowshoe  assayei, spent Christmas in Rossland  with old iriends.  J. B Boyle's line of goods arestiict-  ly the best that, money can buy, and  they are all useful. *  Imported China, from 15 cents to  $5, at McRae Bros & Smith's. Genuine Austrian goods.  Henry Syrsted, who was injured at  Snowshoe two weeks agp, has lost the  the sight of both eyes.  Geo. D. Turner, principal of the  public school, is spending the holidays  at Rossland and Nelson.  A. P. McKenzie says that he can  suit the most fastidious in holiday  goods of a practical natuie.  . VVm. Hunter, of Silverton and .Nelson, spent Christmas in Phoenix, on a  visit to his local branch store.  ' 'Wm. DelahayMs the  engineer in  charge of the pumping station  of the  Phoenix Water Supply Co, Ltd.  /Mirrors, toilet and -manicure sets,  purses, etc., at A. P. McKenzie's.  All  imported goods.    Call and see them.  The- employees   of   the   Eastern  Townships Bank here ate Christmas  dinner with Manager Spier at Grand  Forks.    *  Choice goods only at. McKenzie's  , for the holidays.   Drop in and  look  them'over.    You'll find something  to  please.  s Through Dominion express rates  have been slightly reduced, making a  difference of 5 cents on a one pound  package.  Nothing better can'be had than the  goods Boyle has on display fori the  holiday trade, 'i he best to be had at  any pi ice.  "Mai ried���At Nelson, B. C, Dec.  18th, Win. Laird of Phoenix, and Miss  Mary Young, of Toronto, Rev. White,  officiating.'  ^Children's toys, including trains,  carts, locomotives, tool (.bests, rockihg  horses, sleds, go carts, etc., at McRae  Bros. ;& Smith's.     -iv   'J^'.-  Fpr a time theie was a lath , famine  in the city,'but a supply recently arrived, and Various unfinished building are now being completed.  T. y. McDowell and 'wife left for  Vancouver by Monday's train; where  Mr, Mellow ell will shoitly go into  drug business with liis brother.  Mrs. T. Finnigan returned Monday  from an extended visit to her mother's  home at Wrightstown, Wis., where she  was called by her mother's illness.  You will make no mistake if you go  to Boyle's for, your holiday present's,  Xmas cards with views of Phoenix  and surrounding Amines at McRae  Bros. & Smith's.    , -Y-'-'.i  Anyone who is interested in tuberco-  losis can see a valuable treatise on the  dise.ise just received at the Pioneer  jffice from the Provincial Board of  Health.        '��� -   .'���'* .'.��� ��� 'V'.'-.V'  Managing Director McMillan, of  the Snowshoe, who sailed from New  York lor London last 'Saturday; wired  back Christmas greetings to, liis friends  befrnc leaving.  McArtliur,&��� Monk; have I'cceived  one of the prettiest 'lots,,'of calendars  ever ��*ent to Phoeiii.v, aiid will behind  to have 'their'.'Iriends and patrons call  ,ind supply theiiiselucs for iyoi.  *  The C P. R. has notified Boundary miiie'ownei'c [lint hereafter freight  on coal from East ;Kopte'uny1 v HI -be-So  cents per ton higher.'than -herctoforitt.  The old lalefor coaf laid down, was  $5.65 per toil.  Last week Piidny, mcmbeis of the  local Methodist chinch suiprised Rev.-  Kinney, pastor of the chinch, by a donation party at his hoine on lowei  Domion avenue, leaving among othei j  things a well-filled purse befoie thej  evening was over.  W. L. Geimaine letuined Monday  night fiom Ins trip lo Spokane, wheie  he was mariied last week to Miss Amy  Peteison of Poit Angeles,, Wash., and  was congiatuinted by his many Iriends.  The couple ha ye gone to housekeeping  in the Boyle block.  The manager ol Haley on Hot Springs  writes: "The season heie during tlie  winter is exceptionally miJd and as an  example of this I pulled a rose last  week from one of our bushes growing  on the lawn in front 0. the hotel. We  call the' place the 'Banana Patch,'  as we h.ive seldom ,'any snow, but have  lots of sunshine."  ALC OVER TUGTOUNDARV.  Brooklyn Peal Still Hanging, ��� '  It was expected that' by this time  some news as to the outcome of the"  proposed consolidation of the. Mother  Lode and, Brooklyn groups .would  have been received, but up to 'date  nothing definite ' has been heard.  Whether the uncertainty of'ihe price  of copper will make any difference-i'!,  the negotiations which ate being cai-  ried on in the east by the officials of the  'companies inteiesled,1 is not known. It  is undeistobd that three dealet aie  under consideiatiou, the <>uccestlul  outcome of any of which will mean the  resuming of operations on'the Brooklyn  group on an extensive scale.  New Church Opens January 12th.  Theie have been some delays in  finishing the new * Congregational  church, but the plasteiers-have taken  possession this week, and Rev. 1). H.-  Reid stated yesterday that he fully expected 'to have the .opening, and  dedicatory seivices-oif Januaiy. 12th.  He has ananged to have Rev' R. B.  Blyth, of Victoria, present on the occasion, to preach both seimops. The  following day, Monday, he will lecture  at the church on "Reminiscences of  the Boer War," Rev. Blyth having  been through 'the first campaign of  the South African wai,- uptil -be' was  t.iken down with the fever. 'For the  next two .Sundays Mr. Reid will pieach  evenings at Miners'' Uniori Hall.-  Hockey Club at Practice. .  Thursday evening the membeis of  the Phoenix Hockey Club "appeared at  the rink for the first piaclice, and  judging from the .material that turned  out the hockey team of this city lias an  excellent chance of bringing back 'the  championship cup. With Swing,  Coulton, Me\ithur, l'liqmpso'n, Tatic,  Monk and Reeves to pick fiom 'for  the,foi wards with ltonter, Lyons, Mc-*  Qlung, Stret/.el and Cook for the defense, and Mitchell between the fi.igs,  there seems to be no doubt but that  the club will give a"-good account ot  itself in the near futme. The president,  Dr. Bouclier, was piesent, and was  much gratified at the style of play put  up by the boys. Messrs. Coiner &  Prender^ast, owneis oi the rink, will  do everything possible to assist the  team, and the boys-should make it a  point to turn out at all .pi act ices.  -  BOUNDARY ORE SHIPMENTS. ���  The following table gives the ore Bllipnicnts of Boundary mines lor iooo, for the past  weelc, for 1901. and llie total to date.���         -                                        ���      , -  iooo               Week    ���          1901 Totals  Old Ironsides, Knob Hill                             . .  ..'*-and Victoria       64,533        5-3^3      =28,651 .293,184  B.C.Mine .-.'..      ig',494       '  ��6��       43.575 63,o6<>  Golden Crown         2,250         ....   "       ..,. 2,250  Winnipeg          1,076            .60    '     1,040 3,060  Athelstan., .*.         1,200         .. ,*.     -      51,0 1,750'  Snowshoe             297           150'        1,803 2,110  -Brooklyn    _        150         ...            .... 150  R. Bell '../  .                     560 56o  Mother Lode, Deadwood,        5>J40     '2,304        87,997 93.337  Sunset, '             "         '                        .     ���       620 620  "Morrison,            "                                150             15c    . 150  City of Paris, Central,             2,000         ....'         .... *     2,110  ,No. 7, Central          .     .                        940' g4o  King Solomon, Copper             ...          1,250 -,250  Jewel, Long Lake             160                       450 450  Other Boundary mines.,        3,230         ...            1,300 ,      4,530  Totals, tons       99,730       8,187      368,832 "469,400  Granby Smelter treatment     5,*49  Mother Lode Smelter treatment     2,901  Tf'T'l*" .���iiikii. ,.���*�� .in  ,   1   m.,.,���..  '., 'New .Years.-, eve the Foresters' of  Grand; Porks' \yil[ givi.- their fourth 'annual ball.."'.:���������'. .:."'',Y*'"'.V.'v."'.....'...-" .'.���"  Charles Sandner has" established a  shingle mill at'the north .end of Christina ;lake at. hi�� ranch, where he has  large, reserves1' of the -finest cednr; '.,"'������  Walter Foss, for the last nine  months Presbyterian 'student" missionary at K.hoft, -leaves Mcnday lor  Winnipeg, to finish, liis "���������tlnjoloi'ical  eou-i.se at college..;' Y.Y ,1  ' The Columl-ia river bridg<*',' at Rob-  son, has been inspected by Dominion  government officials. About 60,009  yards'of earth will,be moved in filling*  ill.'the' approaches.-.'Y'-  At flie Tr.'ilr'siiiejtor about 75 men  iiave'been laid off owing.to .the putting  in of a ciuslitT and a general overhauling of the plant. The.'changes  will take aboil'', six weeks' woik to  complete,-    .','!' ���'*.'.'     ;  '���O.-'-N." Mi'tiseriall, inspector of  bridges lor the L\ P. R., has lecently  comjilcted an exaniiiiiition 'of the railway bijdge-across the Columbia ai  Rt)b��on', and was well satisfied with  jJ-0   woik,  l'liumas E. Biikeck, formeily ol  Spokane*.and late ol the C. P. It., luti  been appointed geneial fieight and  passengc(,*ol the .Republic & Giand  Forks railway, with headtpiaiters at  Gininl 1'oiks. *   '  Nick Burley.and Ghiuiie Goff, who  made a fiz.zle ol the fight last week at  Rossland,*weie matched lor a $500  purse at Grand Folks Thursday,- but  Bui ley backed out," and the .event  did not tate place,  James W. Grier, who. last summei  st:u ted the. West Fork News at Beaver-  dell; js dc-wn tor. the Christmas holidays' aiid-wiil go to the coast shortly.  It is stated he has sold liis interest in  that new paper.  Residents of "Camp McKinney, are  protesting, vigorously against the  present i)oor"m:iil'service via Fairview  and PeiH-ii-'fO.ni'apd are .asking for a  diiect tri-weekly soivice through from  Midway to*Piinceton.  Di. Westwood,.of Grand Forks, acting for the -pJmihion of Canada, has  enloued. a strict quarantine on the  boundaiy line on account of the in-  cieasiug ni'iinb'cr of' cases of smallpox  occuiing. iit the state of Washington.  ,The Giaiid Forks Liberal -Association has elected "new ofiicers-as follows:  Dr.'Westwood, ���president;. James An-  deison, first vice-piesident; P. T. Mc-  Galium, secpnd .vice-president; Dr.  K. C. Macclo'-ia|d,'. secretary;' D. I).  Munro, tieas-urer.   ; * -     :    .  ,' Rev. Dr.-Mcltae will be inducted as  pastor of.the Greenwood Presbyterian  chuich on January 17th. The Pieo-  byteiy of Kootenay met at Grand  Foiks -last week and sustained the  unanimous call of the Greenwood  church to Rev. AIcRae.  The giading of-the. Republic-Grand  Forks' jailway-'is complete, and the  tiacklaveis-are- now* about five miles  'beyond Nelson, Wash. There is coiir  siderable wbrk to be done.in bridging  yet, which is well iu hai)*d. The new  depot for the road in Grand Forks  frill be 71x36 feet in size, 'two stories  high. The telegraph.line for the road,  now nearly finished, is Lfeing built by  John Trotfer.  John A, Coiyell, ��� the well .known  prt>Vincrai land suivcyor, who laid oui  the various subdivisions of-tllis city in  days' gohij by, "was one. of. those who  enlisted lust week in Rossland for the  Canadian Mounted Infantry for service in;Soutlt Africa. Jack has many  friends.in.Phoenix who "will wish him  all success in scrapping with theBoeis.  The other men selected-, at the same  time at Rossland were 1*1. J-. Hicks,  John Menary, A. Burilside; G. A.  Jtobeiison, R. ): Cameron, A. Routhe,  S. Low.es, E. Lockhart and W. M..  Bell. ;-J. H. Hale, Clement Guest  and Cyrus Mt-Eweh were, enlisted as  .packers.       . ��� '       "  Reduced Smeitiii'* Kales.  :i'he lead product.-!s ol the Kootenays  expect a reduction ol $2 per ton in iht--  tr'eatin'ent rate u|)on 'lead uie.s, and say  that they have viitiuilly : received' as  su'rances; from the smelting interests  that this reduction will be.made from  the present prevailing Kites upon all  ore carrying more than 15 per cent,  lead.  ' 'Later���The 'announcement is. now  made that freight and treatment rates  will be from $3 to $4 per ton on silver-  lead ores alter Jaiumiy, 1st al the Trail  and Nelson snickers.  :���.'���-.   Large Poslvfllce Business.       c  ,   Piobably the'truest index ofthe "in  cre.iSe-.of business in Plioenix is tbe. in-  crebse of llie ainoiiiit. of iii'ail: matter  handled in the local postoffice..  Iiavss  tO be expected tli.it'there' would  be.a  large'.iiicreii'se'ai holiday lime, but apart  from that tlie..volume "of  mail .'matter  tiaiidled" here daily is vastly larger tban  heretofore. While   exact .''.figures -are  not available at this time, "PJostiiiiister  Matheson states tljatilie. increase over  the business done last yeai uniounts to  something over 25 percent.    This he  attributes'to ih��> increase iu the iiumbei.  ot families now living  in   the  city, as  .wdI as to tlie laiger iinioiint>ol busine-s's  now being done ht-re.* -  If you wish a first-class cigar cnl  the Miners' Union.  for  * 1  sm  Geo.S.  McKcnzic  Confectionery,  Stationery, ^  Fruits and Cigars ��j|  Reeves' Oltl Stnml, Dumiiitbu'  Aveiine.   '1'lionc 89.  Tlie INTERNATIONAL  Correspondence School ft*-"''""'  Oiies you'; 11 choice" of NINTY C0URSE3 0:  Study. Ct-riiian, l-'rcncli uiul Si>miiKh UmikIii  ttltli llie l'lioiinj;iii|ili.Kivlnj; the uinsters' tiw 1  voice., .Write for cntnloutie...  liox 751. Ko*��iBii.d. B.C.-' C. H. ESCHBAU6AH.  if '.-ff-ff-ff'f-ff-M'-M- ����������������������������������������������<��-��� *  Last year A,���' P. Mclyennie had a  fine stock of llolitlay goods. I'liis  year his stock is even, better, a.nd is  well worth inspecting.  THE DOMINION HoUbH  Sunday Dinnkk,  Dkc. 29'rrr.  fi to ��� .iu p   II .  MEN U.  ���������1 UP.  Chicken Oililit nitl| rim- IK.li-l  Citrlir CoiHonillic, n la piie'ieis  MS)!.  I-'ric'il Cliiiiiiif.1 ( otlfiih, IliMvard Sauce  IJOlllnle^ Dauphciie  (*ueell Olives    *  Uoilett I.tj; of Mutton, rnntnineie  T-.-iccnisee Clncki-ii, rieniinn D111111 lniff  .  .Mrunll.i I'"nltLr��, hiiIi HnsoU-, <,fKicc  I'rltne llitf nu'Jll*  Haunch 1 f 1'oik, Crn-ibtrry Sauce  Ci lined Suicl l'ot.Uocs  Wiretnlilc Snlad  Stennieil 01 -itaslied Potatoes        SueetCqru  l-'rictl Parsnips*  Mince Pie Green Apple Pie  tjjte.onetl Ifenion, Spcn^e I'iiilding:  Vancy Cake�� CimdieH        Mixed .S'nia  Anii-rlcan Cheese        W'atei Crackei-f  POLE LINE TO CASCADE.  Wire  Useful presents-for the holidays in*  the watch or jeweliy line" can be had  ���Of G. E. Dey," the jeweler.'.  CpifC'''? Army in Pljoenlx. -  . Christmas eve Coxey'sarmy was "out"  in full force, headed by 'the Phoenix  brass band, and made a tour' of the  city. Seienades were given at a number of places anil select'airs played by  the artists ol the aggregation. At  several business houses the members ol  the"organization were -invited- in and  entertained by -the proprietors. . The  army has a limited* capital, and was  gotten, up foi the purpose of serenading  newly married couples and getting out  on special occasions.   ,  'CbuTdi Services Tomorrow.  * Cpn'giegational���Rev..D. H. Reid  will hold seivice tomorrow evening at  Miners' Union hall.  . Methodist���Service tomorrow evening at 7:30o'clock at Hardy-McKenzie  hall.    Rev.G. Kinney, B. A., pastor.  St. Andrews' Presbjterian Church,  Service tomoirow at n "a, m. and  7*30 p; m. Sunday 'school and Bible  class at 3 p, ni. Rev. Dr. McRae, .of  Cteemvood, will preach.  Church of England���Services will  will.be held as us.ua! al St. John's mission, in Hardy-McKenzie hall, Dominion avenue. * Preaching lit 3 P, M. by  Rev. Robins, of Greenwood.  Was Completed last Sunday-igtrinj-lng  Hex|.  - P. C- McAithurcame in from Cascade.'Monday evening, and reports  that the pole line for the ' tiansniission  of electrical eneigy. from ' Cascade, to  Phoenix was completed  last  Sunday.  The work of electing the poles was  started in Phoeniv. on the 5th of  November, there being about 2,250  of them in the do. ble line that was  put up. A foice ol'about 50 men ,was  employed in tins wt>jk tindei Geo. \J.  Uoswell. The i/olesnie 100 feeiapait,"  the two parallel lines having a distance  of 20' feet between' the them. The  entire line is 22 miles long.  The work of stringing the wire will  be started as soon.as a'i the needed  material is' on the ground, part of it  being already hefe. It will be an al  temating cunent with thiee wires to  carry the "juice." Wm.' Andeison.  the superintending engineer foi the  Cascade Water, Power and Light Co.,  Ltd., thinks the whole system will be  complete and leady for operation some  time in Februaiy 01 M.nCh. 'Woik is  being mshed on the laige brick powei  house at Cascade, and the machineiy  ot the latest type 'for this puipuse, is  being manutactured by the Westing  house Co., of Pittsburg.  '  The 350 toot dam across the Keltic  River and the sluice ways have been  completed foe some time.  BUSINESS MENTION.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Rendell  Block, Gieenwood. V. & N. phone 96.  Ask for the Miners' Union cigai.  Clear Havana filler. *  House for Rlnt���Located on  Brooklyn avenue���6 rooms, cellai,  bath loom, water and all modern conveniences.    Appply to Coinei Bios.  Nitrous oxide and oxygen for   painless extraction ol teeth at   Dr.   Math  son's.    Both phones. *  Have  opened a  (aipcntei.shcp  on-  corner ol Knob Hill   and  Second  St  and am piepared to do  all   kinds  ol  wood woik.     Saw and skate  shaipen-  ing a specialty.    T. Bikkr.  Phoenix  Skating  NOW OPEN  Lighted, by  Electricity..  SEASON TfCKETS.  Foi-Mk'v $7.00  "  Ladies.   ..500  "   Hoys    3 00  TltANHIEKT 26 Ceil t6.  SKATING HOURS:  2 30 pm. to 4 30 p.m.  8 ti.ni. to 10 p.m.  Old Iionsided TirriP.  Cprner & .Prendergagt  PROPRIETORS.  Holidays  Headquarters  for Phoenix and neighborhood  has been established at McRae  Bros & Smiths' Store on Knob  Hill Ave, where will be, found  .the must wonderful assortment  every seen in the city.. v.  S Gifts for Young j  I and Old  ... tow niinieioiis'M'ij iii/ ntion,  Just visii iis.niul.wi' -i-^ni't' Will  that there -will.. In- :.i ���>������<)'������ j ��� >i-ii.  prise in,stoic'   '.'������ ' ���']'���):'���]���:��������� r  PHoto^rapHic  ��� ������ Views.    -  "  We have a large line of Views  of  Plicjciiix. niiiJ .'neighborhood  Just the thing'to send home.  Crockery,   Glassware,  Rockcrihainwuie, Lamps,  Burners,'..'.Wicks' audi  >������'     Lamp  Glasses.  I IflUd'Jels al Bottom Prices.  NightBeH  A.P.  Phone If  ie  the Druggist  I wiclli'H .-IVI-V full'���In BIlU'  urmiiiil Phmnix a Ha  nml   , PrusjiifrgiiH     .>ew'  aiijiv'  ��� , ,,.  --..-.--.     Nevf:  ii-ar ami  lu'iiniith' ex,  ��� piVi-iii'M lijH it|i|)it'c!iitiii'n  Jo all for, f hit v��iy lilie'ral  luitroim ��civj-n liimifur-  inv! iln-,|>:iHt,ycitr.    ��� .   -  1 AhiIu* iii-w yi;iir <iiji.-n<4'  ���1111 Iim lionet to l)i,j4|>|.. ,���  ( pri'vi.l.- f.ir tin' require  illicit-''f   lll��cllin'iiy.  ).!��� , '  ./1 ill? Cvcii 'iii.it Kii>a*'i-i ,i...  gwe than IfYretolore.  A fiilllin^ of   fv��iy  tliiiiK-lliiit'Ii-iuIh t��i iiuki-  a coiii|iti'ti>(lrngi!<ork til-  ���<.>VH (III jllllHl,  liiiiiii'illHpriisarvt'Vc-v  " |H|-l-l'|-i|,tiol) COIII|)Ollll��|. it  in Jim.;, what the, lloitur  .������inlern.  Hardy-McKenzie  Block, PHOENIX, B.C.  *eW)  4  4  t  I  ���f  -f  t  ���  Tea  I ea  TRYsoHieofonrTens  they will make you  laujrli out loud. Try  a pound of our  and it Kockenham  pot, and you will never ust any other.  Did you try the delicious Pumpkin, three  cans for 35 cents.  2? People's Cash Store  IMRDY-McKKNZJK BLOCK.  ��� ������������W-f-f-H  r*"H~Hl  PAUL KAUFFMANN,  ' ' Proprietor  SPECIAL OFFERINGS  OLD IRONSIDE, NEW YORK, and  DOMINION COPPER CO., LOTS,  Pine Ranch La. d for sale in the Vicinity of Grand Porks and  Columbia.  r  We tiansact uki-ucmI Brokerage and Insurance Business.  M'ARTHUR & MONK, Agents  OFl'ICK: QHAVb-WlLLIAUl* IlLOCK.  r. 0. llox, 3J.   V. & N '1'lionc. 51.  PIANOS, ORGANS, VIOLINS AND  Large and Small Instruments at Right  Prices.  full 1 ine <jr* SHEET MUSIC.  Mush- Fuinif>lii'il   for Build,  Parties  or  Re'i'ptions on Short Notici-.  Copper St., Greenwood, B C.  Geo. Gibson  J, 0. Vnn--IcUe  GIBSON & VAN SICKLE  SHAVING PARLORS  '   ano BATHROOM.  O ra\c4-\Vtlliams IMock, cor.  Fit si and Old Ironsides Ave  Phoenix, B. C  Buy Presents  that will be appreciated by your friends and relatives.*  a Ring, a Watch  or a Selection froui the many different articles of Jewelery  to bs found in our stock will strike the right chord. ���, -  Zimmerman ^vtfeler  has them in grea: variety and at prices that will SELL.  City Bakery  J. McCAGUF,  PKOI'KIETOR.  V. & N. I'hone, No. 4&.  ;  ��� Bread, Cakes, Pies, Etc., Fresh Daily.  IRONSIDES ADDITION, PHOENIX, li. C. Frkk Delivj-rv  �������-���-��������"�������������"��.�����-��������"������������������ �����������������������������-f-f����-������^��> 4,+4-1���*/mm9i4��,  ���  ���  ���  +  t;e norden hotel  rALMSI'ROM &���  io tin* jiliu-e to jio II  wan'i the lient of I  ami CiKHri". �� ,      ,  PF.RG, I'koi-r 11-.TOR.S.:: :  11  you   i  ,Iqnom  i  '.H(*  *&*     DOMINION AVENUE, PHOENLX, B. C. f  > '      I ���  ���*++++4"*-44+44* ��� ��� ��� ��� ���������>�� *+++*~9+++++4-++*+-f 4.+4.4++++++4+*-*-+  WEAR a FALL SUIT or OVERCOAT made H  HrAIII IPPF ^Ae TAILOR  and your Friends will praise your taste.    Union help only employed.  The WM. HUNTER CO., Ltd.  Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Clothing,  Gents' Furnishings.  | Holiday Presents  0  s  ���  9  ��� a  e -  ���  o  e  e  ���  o  e  0  ��  0  ���  0  0  '0  0  ��� -  0  0  o  *  0  0 '  0  0 l-  �� *  0 ���'  a  0 -  ��� -  0  o -  ��� '  0  0  ��� -  9  0  ��  e  0  8  0  O  e  0  Useful ond Seasorioble tosuitaii  purses.  0  0  ���  0  0  -:  0  0  0  0  ��  0  0  0  0  0  o  0  0  Will be found in our extensive stock of Fancy Dry ���  Goods and Gents Furnishings,  Purchase  Japanese Fancy China,  consisting of Tea Sets, Chocolate Sets, Cups and I  Saucers, Vases, Plates, Bowls, Tobacco Jars, Preserve %  Jars and Butter Dishes, etc., etc  00C909oc0aoeaaoo-��eti0o����o����e09a9()e999OQ99O994|1  0900999090 eoeO90(|<l'99QQQ99,0ffi9q$'99QQ9  B  it?*  afiM-'aMiMM

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