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 Boundary Mines Sent  Out 500,000 Tons of  Ore in J9Q2.. & &  totteer  Phoenix is the Centre  and Leading Mining  Camp of Boundary,  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District.  Voi. IV.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 10,  ���9��3-  No  -Tfc>.  The Big Store  \  Ring  off the Old,  Ring in the New.  &  We have been carrying all  the  different ��� makes   of Shoes,   but  , Since we have put' in   stock  the  GENUINE SKATER   SHOE,  \ye have found  it impossible to  dispose of the other Shoes, so by  tjiis we,will ring off all the other  makers' Shoes at COST PRICE.  . -  Everv   man   who   wears   the  ' Genuine Slater Shoe realizes that  there is something that  makes -  .them better than others.    They  are a Jitt|e later'and more snappy  jn 3ty|o| q jittje- more fashionable  in appearance) a jittje bptter finished and a little lower hi price  ��� thanatljar.* of thesaine grade.  We also have the Goodyear  American Rubbers in all styles  and shapes.' Why not wear the  Jjest?   Same price as others.  We  are now  offering special  bargains in Ladies' and Children's  Shoes.    Ladies  Shoes, nice line  ' at #3 to '$4, to he cleared at $2  per pajr.    Children's, #i per pair  and upwards,  We are now going through our  stock, picking out small ends for  the big Remnant Sale, which  starts Monday morning.  You will find, on examining  our stock, that all other goods are  selling at the same reduction. A  call is all we ask. We'll do the  rest.  Boundary Mining Notes.  THE GRANBY  WHICH    IIAC  ���JITA'JII)   OVFR   6co,COC  SMELTER.  'JONS  01'  ORE  JKO.M   'HIE  I'HOFNIX   MINKS.  KILLED AT  KNOB HILL  Frederick Turton Crushed by  Loosened Ore.  1500 PER WEEK FOR SIX MONTHS  fortune  FATALITY HAPPENED LAST MONDAY  Funeral Held Monday���-Coroner's Inquest Decided Death Was Accidental���Turton Was  Warned of Danger.  lie  hhqmnik  qHWfiNwqpn  m  oi;anp FpHJJS  SANPON  MORRINJHOMPSON&CO.  $ke feal^nce of oiir ^mas stopk of China  War�� will be gold at the ACTUAL COST,  The variety is still well up to the mark, and  there are several 4 and 3 piece sets stiR unsold. , This will give you a chance to replenish your stock of dishes for very little money.  Drop in early, and so get first choice.  List   Monday   morning   about   9  o'clock the fiist fatal accident that has  happened in eight or   ten   months Declined in the Knob JHili mine, Freder  ick Tin ton being the unfortunate victim.  Tin ton and his w 01 king paitner, Joe  Smith, weie hairing down   oie  at the  lop of the No. 4 raise from   the glory  hole to the No. 1 tunnel, when a laige  piece of 01 e^ acting as 3  key, became  wedged.    Turton started to attempt to  loosen it, and wac  warned   by   Smith  that if he did so with a bar, the whole  mass might go down   and   take   them  with it.    Smith  wished   to   use  some  powder to loosen it, hut Turton,   paying no attention to the warning   given,  continued to woik at theoie.    It soon  gave way, taking  Tuiton   with   it foi  about ten or twelve feet, and mangling  him horribly  and  fatally.      lie only  gave one gasp when the tescueis 1 cached him.    Jt was found   that   his skull  was ciushcd, his jaw, spine,   legs and  ribs biokcn in a tenihle manner.  The icmains weie taken to the  ol a Former Resident  of Phoenix  jO   ^  Jack Munioe, w as employed at  the mines in ihi*. ^p last summer  and fall, has b 0.. ed .out in the  pugilistic arena. " r, following extinct from a letter written by him'on  January 1st to Danny Dean here, will  interest his friends in Pnoenix. It  was written shortly aftei his bout with  Jeffries at Butte: 7  "I have mote confidence in myself  than evei I had, aud I believe if the  go the other night had ��� lasted six  rounds instead of four, I could have  licked Jeff���I mean knock him out,  because lie was groggy from his ,own  exertions, and I was getting stronger  all the time. He couldn't hit me at  all in the fourth lound, and I was almost as fiesh as when I started. Vou  see, he wore himself out in the third  lound, and when I came up fies|i he  was all in. I'm sony now that I did  not t.iy to knock  him out  "Claik Ball is my manager nqw,  He quit the Htzsirnmons-Jeffries com-,  bjnaiion because it turned out to be a  frost attei I put it over Jeff. Mr. Ball  and I will tour the state of Montana,  and we aie then going stiaight to New  York City. Ball is offered $1,000 pei  week for me in New Yoik, and mv  contract calls tor $500 per week foi  six months. I guess that's a little better than mucking in the glory hp]e.  What?"  HE GIVES AN  ACCOUNTING  Smith Curtis, M. L. A. Speaks  at Miners' Union Hall.  Last Sunday the Granny mines' previous big record foi one day shipments  ofoit, was beaten. This lirr.e 72 cats  of ore, or about 2,200 tons, were sent  down to the smelter within the 24  hours. This is believed to be the  best tecoid of this kind yet made by  one mine in a single day from any  camp in British Columbia.  For some days the Snowshoe mine  has had trouble in getting cars enough  to take out the usual complement of  ore. This week, however, the C. P.  R. managed to overcome some of the  'liffieiihies with which it has been trou-  bled of late, and the full supply is a?aih  being furnished. Additional motive  power is being biought in from the  main line, which is much needed.  When in the city this week, Smith  Cuitis, on behalf of the Denoro Mines,  Ltd., the new company which has lately taken over the Oro Denoro, in Summit camp, stated that work would be  resumed on the mine some time the  latter part of this month. The ore is  highly desired at the smelters for a  (lux, on account of its high percentage  of lion, and most favorable rates can  be obtained. The papers of incorporation of the new company are being  filed this week.  MANY NEW     ;  OFFICERS  Odd  Fellows Install on  Monday Evening.'  EAGLES  ALSO ON FRIDAY EVENING  New Officials for (he Whfte Cooks and Vfatt'  en' Ualon ��� K. of P,'�� injlafl Next  Tuesday.  TELLS OF HIS LEGISLATIVE LABORS  Loses No Opportunity to Belabor Joseph Mar  tin. His Old Leader���Story of Labor  Legislation.  FANCY. QR5SS CAKNIVAL.  Will be Held at  Phoenix Skating Rink Next  Thursday.  Manager   Roger*, of   the   Phoenix  Skating Rink, has completed anange-  ��� ments foi a fancy diesscarnival, which  <*  Not much use in commenting on our usual big  stock of /GROCERIES and PROVISIONS. All merchants are big value givers these days, yet we think,  after investigation, you wiH find, us here with the  goodj at priceg that are money savers to you, quality  considered.  de.taking 100ms  of Clark  &   Hinns, "^,11 take place at Hie link iioant 'I'liurs-  ���md the same day Coionei   Fostei, ot  (lav evening, January 15th.    The Bin  er   bind   will b.e   |n   attendance, and  Greenwood, held an inquest  consisted ol James Maisha  Thejuij  K> Recs,  ^A  **  Our HARBWABB stock is replete with  goods from the best markets of the world.  1 Do notiorget that we sell Sewing Machines.  Altogether, we begin 1903 in good shape and in  the very best condition to cater to the public.  Wf solicit yo$r patronagf ���  POST-OFFICE STORE.  J. A.Monin, W. L. Geimaine, U..McMillan and (J. \V. Ilumbeiger, the laU  ter being foreman. After hearing the  testimony the jury rendered a verdict  ol death from accident.  John Rioidan, secretary of Phoenix  Miners' Union No. S, endeavored to  communicate with Turton's relatives by  telegraph, and sent messages to a,  brother who lives near Spiinglield, Illinois, and to a sister, living at Coal-:  dale, Indian Teirilory, bt|t no replies  were received,  The funeral was held Wednesday  afternoon, the services taking place at  Miners' Union hall, and being conducted by Rev. V. M. Purdy, pastor of the  Presbyterian church. About 200 men  weie in line when the funeral cortege  passed down to the Phoenix cemetery,  where interment was had, it being one  of the largest funerals ever held in  Phoenix. All the members of the  office staff of the Gianby mines were  present. The pall bearers were Andy  Glenn, Ed. Munson, A. Roy, Win.  Hall, J. Riordan and Peter Haggerty.  Turton was a man who was liked by  his fellow workmen as well as, by his  employers, and had the reputation of  being atKexcellent workman. He was  formerly employed in the Rossland  mines, and started at work at the Gianby mines on the 11th of April, 1902.  J. H. Doyle returned Tuesday evening on the Phoenix-branch lightning  express from a ten days' visit to Van-  couyei and Victoria. Mrs. Boyle will  come back in another week or two.  skating will be allowed bath betore  and alter the laces and sports. The  progiainme, with the piizes for each  event, which has been piepared, is as  follows:  Men's Race ��� Prize, Leather Traveling Case.  Race, boys  under   15 ���Prize, Hoy's,  Wallet.  Girls' R?ce���Prize,Qiil's Pocket Hook,  Mauled. Race ������. Alex Munroe vs. R,  M01 eland���Prize, Cigar Case.  Matched Race���John Giahani vs. Stuart Hudson���Pr'ze, Box of Apples  from ,T. Hardy.  Best   Gentleman's   Costume��� Prize,  Pair Slater Shoes  fiom the Hun  lei-Kendriek Co.  Best   Ladies'  Costume���Prize, Half  Dozen Cups and Saucers from the  Wuv Hunter Co.  Best Sustained   Character, Gentleman  ���Prize, Pair   Hockey Skates by  Monin, Thompson it Co.  Best   Lady   Character ���- Prize, Ivory  Manicure Set.  Race on Snowshoes���Prize,  Pair Cuff  Buttons.  Tug of War on ice, Snow-shoe vs. Gran-  by���Prize, Box of Cigars.  Starter���Isaac Crawford.  Judges ��� I). J.    Matheson,   Dougald  McMillan and A. S. Williamson.  William Downie, superintendent-'of  the' Kootenay-Boundary divisions of  the C. P. R., came in on Monday's  train, accompanied by Roadmaster  Johnson. The'company .is now making successful efforts to handle the pre  traffic.  Last Monday evening nearly everj  chair at Mineis' Union Hall was taken  when Smith Curtis, M. L. A., appear  ed before the eleetois. Mr. Cuitis  was elected largely by the vote of the  Boundary, and this visit had no fui-  ther political significance than to can)  out his piomise and give an account  01 his stewardship, as it weie. Necessarily the personal element entered  largely into the address, as it was a  lecital, to .1 considerable extent,of Mi  Curtis' efforts to secure legislation ai  the last two session, in both of which  he was in the opposition.  Mi. Cuitis spoke for ovei two hours  and made himself clear on several im-  poitant points, showing how he had  piacijcall) forced the government to  pass legislation they were in realit> op  posed to, but daied not turn down en-  tiiely. He paid his icspccts, if such  they may oe called, to James Duns-  muii, the ex-piemier and millionaiie  coal mineownei, in most vigoious language, and did not mince matteis in  the least. He accused Mi. Duns-  muir of so directing legislation as to  diiectly benefit his own peisonal intei-  ests, without consideiation ol its effect  on the province "at laige, and cited  seveial instances in suppoit of the assertion, notably that of the attempted  Canada Northern land grant. From  his own testimony Mr. Curtis evidently  made it interesting for Mr. Dunsmuir  on the floor of the house,  'Jn speaking further of railway matters, Mr. Curtis 'made his stand clear,  especially in regard to giving aniv.nl  passes to legislators He thought the  1 nil ways should be required to furnish  passes to legislators and supreme conn  judges by statute. He rode on a pass  himself, but told the C. P. R. officials  that he nevertheless reserved the rigln  to score thenvif they deserved it.  On one thing Mr. Curtis was particularly vehement, and that was in re  jrard to his old leader, Joseph Martin.  As it was here that he spoke for Mr.  Mai tin two years and more ago, he  wished to explain his position heie.  Mr. Martin went squarely back on his  published platform and into the Duns  muir camp, lock, stock and barrel.  Mr. Curtis was particularly severe in  his denunciation of the political tactics of the man from Manitoba, who  had broken his ante-election pledges  repeatedly. It is quite apparent that  Mr. Cuitis utterly distrusts Joseph  Martin, and he is not at all backward  in giving his reasons therefor.  The speaker outlined his attitude  on labor legislation, and gave a brief  history of what had been done along  these lines at the session.  Two Council Meetings.  Last Saturday a special meeting of  the city council was held, but not a  laige amount of business was transacted. A number of small bills were ordered paid, and E.R.Birnie was appointed as city auditor. The city clerk  was ordeied to pay the balance of $500  and interest to the Phoenix Watei Supply Co., Ltd., on account of loan a  year ago, and the amount has since  been duly paid. Thecouncilmen discussed cemetery matteis again, and adjourned.  Wednesday evening of this week the  regular meeting of the council was held'  at the city cleik's office, and attended  to routine business, paying a few bills.  The list meeting of the 1002 city council will be held next Wednesday evening, when the business for the yeai  will be wound up, and the reins handed to the new council  Small Fire at Granny Smtlter. [��r  At a very early hour yesteiday morning a fne did some damage at the  Gianby smeltei, necessitating the tem-  poiary shutting down of the entiie  plant, but it was expected to be in op-  eiation again last night.  The fne staited in the blower and  djnann house, which furnishes the  blast foi the furnaces, and burned  awa) part of the roof and some of the  wires. The smeltei has a good water  system, however, and the fire was soon  placed undei contiol and quenched.  Shipments \esteiday were cut down in  consequence, but will be resumed today.  Hockey and Curling Mailers.  'Phis evening the Phoenix Hockey  Club will have .1 match game on the  local rink with the piick chasers from  Greenwood, game to he called at 7.30.  Next Saturday the hockey club from  Grand Forks'will be here, and try conclusions with the local hockey men.  The hockey club has decided to send  a team to the Rossland carnival, as  they did last year.  Che Phoenix Curling Club will send  a rink over to the bonspiel which lake*  place in Rossland on the joth inst.  School opened   again  after the holiday recess.  last   Monday  Several lodges have recently  installed new officials in Phoenix, elections  usually being held the first of the year-  Monday evening  a , public installation service was   held   at  Hardy-Mc-  Kenzie hall, of Snowshoe  Lodge .No.  46, I. O. O. F., and over 125 persons  were present to witness the impressive  ceremony.   The installing, officers were  D. I). G. Master Munroe,  of Greenwood; P. G. Hardy, Grand   Marshal;  P.   G.   Whiteside,  of  Grand  Forks,  Grand Warden; P. G.  Scott,  Grand  Financial  Secretary;. P.  G.  Holmes,  Grand Recording Secretary;   P.   (J.  Martin, Grand Treasurer.  Following are the new  officials of  the lodge:.    Past Grand,    GeorgeR.  Mead; N. G., Marcus  Martin;   V. G.,  W. Morrison; R. C, P. J. Hardy; Fin  Sec, R. Curtis;   Treas.,   D.   Murray,  Warden,   A.   P.  McKenzie;< Outside  Guard, W. Cook; Inside Guard, J.K.  Fraser;  Conductor,   A.'Milkie; Right  Supporter  N.   G.,  R.   Horrell;   Left  Supporter N. G., F. McDougall; Right  Supporter V. G., S. Stevens; Left Supporter V.   G.,  J.   Rutherford; Scene  Supporters, L. Stevenson and Charles  McCuaig. ;  After the installation proper, refreshments were served, and a 'number of  addresses were made for the good of  the order.  Installation of Eacles.  Last week Fiiday Aerie No. 158, of  the Fraternal Order of Eagles held installation ceremonies at Miners' Union  hall, Wm. Fleming being the district  deputy grand president. The following officeis were inducted to office:  Past President, James Marshall; W01-  thy President, Wm. Hall; Vice-President, Thomas Lyons; Secretary, W.  Fleming; Treasurer, G. W. McAuliffe;  Chaplain, James Murray; -Conductor,  Wm. Hower; I. G , D. Dean; O. G-,  W. Andeison; Trustees, Wm. Laird,  M. H. Roy and James Jones.  Following the formal induction a  banquet was served for the forty odd  members present, and a general social  time was spent, including an address  from Wm. Fleming,the installing officer.  Cooks and  Walters' Union  At the last meeting of the White  Cooks and Waiters' Union, No. 124,  the following board of officers was installed:  President, Danny Dean; past piesi-  dem, Richard Lorah; vice-president,  Wm. Brewet; financial secretary^ Al-  phone Kobloth; recoiding secietaiy,  Lizzie Loseke; treasuiei,Annie Pierce;  conductor, Ray McCormack, inside  guard, Steve Palmer; trustees, Richard  Lorah, Walter Morrison and W.Brewer.  Knights of Hythias.  Next Tuesday evening Phoenix  Lodge No. 3S, Knights of Pythias w ill  install the lollowing officers: C. C,  George lilkins; V. C., D. Mclsaac; M.  ol W.,-J. Campbell; K. of R. and S.,  |. A. Claik; M, of K., J. A. Morriii;  M. of E., N. Talorcia; Prelate, V. G.  Younghusbaiui; I. G., J. E. W. I'homp-  ijson; O: (i., A. 1) McKenzie.  '. George \V. Rumberger will be ihe  deputy grand installing officer.  BOUNDARY ORE SHIPMENTS.       ;,,.  9uo, for 1901 ami  The folloH-liig table gives the ore shipments or Boundary mines lor  for 1902, ns reported to the Phoenix Pioneer���  $. A. Scott left on Wednesday's train  (or Seattle and other coast points.  Gianby Mines, Phoenix ..  Snowshoe, "        ..  j-j rtrcoklyn, '     "  Mother Lode, I'eadwooil..  Sunset,  S)M Morrison,  5SJ B. C. Mine,  Ml R. Bell,  Summit   y,i K. Bell,  f/A Kin ma,  Winnipeg,     Wellington   Golilen Urown,        "           fj)l Allielshin, "           King Solomon, W.Copper   No. 7 Mine, Central   'i{ City of Paris, "        Jewel, Long Lake   Ciirmi, West Fork.!..  Providence,     Providence..,.  Ruby,      Boundary Falls   Miscellaneous   1900  C4,53ii  207  150  5,8-lU  19,494  1,070  2.250  1,200  2,000  M0  3,2.'S0  Total, tons     99,730  tiranby Smelter treatment, tons     62,387  1901  231,762  1.731  99,034  802  150  47,405  500  050  1,040  550  S75  005  350  800  80  3,450  3!W,000  230,828  l-ast  Week 1902  S.33S 309,858  390 20,800 ,  2,20S  325  900  930  141.320  8,010'  15,024  ' saiti  785  025  482  2,175  325  13,001 508.313  .... 298,450  m  1  -   j��i ' ������y* ���" V" 11"^  ��� 1, ...  7TJ-ff7  ;^^:T^v^^"Tp:^in"r;^r^?: ';.-*: ^:'-;T?r  r-v i  jh.*m *i r*Jf>  ^hxjm. #-,'Jl/,/*iS*AiL~�� liHKwA"*  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  E, V' ' f  Is ������  HS ,- ^ -.  .', i"i> ' ,  B3 >���"  >VKi  $1  The Phoenix Pioneer.  IMBED QK SATOS.DAV BV THB  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  WHAT EDITORS SAY  AT rBOKNIX, B. C.  W.B.WILLCOX. M��H��aM.  TetepboncJ  Business office No. 14.  Manager'* residence, so. IS.  sosscarrnoxa in advawcb.   i.��S   J-oo  Per Year - '  Six Months   To Forefcn Countries   tfTOtt are not a subscriber to this paper. this  ' U an Invitation to -vou to become one.  Advertbing rrnten lurufched on application.  legal noUcei 10 and J centi per line.  Four weekly Insertion. eon.Utute one month',  advertising.  4  U  18  25  Thu.  \  5 6 7 8  12 iz  H 15  f9 20 21 22 23  26 27 28 29 30  Frl. Sit.  2 3  9 JO  16 17  24  31  PAIR of Bull Dogs���Grand Forks  is in the throes of a city election. The  mayoralty contest has dwindled down  to two candidates, and they seem to be  watching each other like a pair of bull  dogs.-���Rossland Miner.  Still Time���Of course it is just a  little late in the day but there still is  time nevertheless for Russia, France  and one or two others to set seats at  the table before the partition of Ven  ezuela begins.���Vancouver World.  >������������������������������������������������������������ *+��������� ���������*���������� *****^  B- C MINING  I  Up Against It��� The lead miners  are still up against it and even if they  secure a commission to keep the railways straight, the smelters will still  rule the roost and do the divvying  when it comes to a distribution of pro-  nls _Trout Lake Topic.  W. A. Galliher has arrived at Ottawa. Look out for more resolutions in  regard to a duty or bounty on lead.  j It is asserted that the Dominion  government takes out of British Columbia four Jimes trie revenue it returns.  Verily, this province is a milch cow.  Nowadays John Houston never loses  a chance for a dig at Smith Curtis.  The latter, however, appears to be as  popular as ever in his own constituency.  Now that the first volume of the government printed census of 1901 has  appeared, there is a chance for the  Statistical fellows to get in their fine  work. '��� '   Smith Curtis asserts that the Dunsmuir government was a Chinese gov-  ��� ernment     But  the ex-premier only  "sawb.wood," and continues to plill  the strings^  Says the Ft. Steele Prospector:  "The people of Southeast Kootenay  think that there should be more stringent'legislation regarding freight rates."  There are others.  In the state of Washington they are  agitating for a revision of the plan of  mine taxation also. Evidently the  mine owners there think they are not  .treated fairly in this regard.  By shipping 2,200 tons ot ore in one  day the Granby mines made a good  'start for the New Year.     Before the  end of the year this should be the reg  ular output each 2 41 hours.  Another Wav���John Houston pro  poses to issue provincial land scrip to  raise money for  railway construction,  the scrip to give title to all mineral and  timber rights.' - JohnU puuUe simply   .  another way  of making a present of ����"�� withdepth,  the public estate to railway  corpora  tions���Revelstoke Mail.  Geneial Manager MacKenzie, of  the Le Roi, has resigned.  R. M. Atwater, of London, has been  appointed manager of Ymir mine.  The reported find of diamonds in  the Similkameen is yet to be confirmed.  The mines tributary to Slocan lake  last year shipped a little over 9,600  tons.  Assays of 21 tons of Silver Cup ore  are 14 ozs. gold and 180 ozs. silver per  ton, equal to $370 a ton.  At the annual meeting of the Monitor. Slocan, held in London, a dividend  of ten per cent was declared.  The vein on the Providence mine  near Greenwood has widened out to 18  inches in the bottom of the shaft.  Practically the whole force at the  Enterprise in the Slocan has been let  out and there will-net be much doing  there till spiing.  It is claimed that the Silver Cup  and other piominent Lardeau silver  mines are" turning  into' gold   proposi-  Good For Mioway���There is almost,certain to be at least one smelter  erected here during 1903. With two  railways under construction, one or  more smelters building, with the ac-  "tivityth'it there will be to the west of  here the business centre for which is  Midway, there is certainly a bright future before us.���Midway Dispatch.  PROVINCIAL NOTES  It is pretty nearly time that Premier  Prior announced definitely his "pro  gressive railway policy." The people  would like to know whether this means  the giving away of their heritage to the  railway corporations.  Trout Lake will have a skating rink  50x150 feet in size.-  About forty men are employed in the  logging camps of Slocan lake.  A five million dollar cannery combine is being formed in Vancouver.  An increase of $7,000,000 is reported for 1902 for the Vancouver clearing house.  The Vancouver Ledger, hitherto a  weekly, is now a daily paper, appeai.-  ing at noon.  Preliminary surveying from Ft. Steele  has been started on the Kootenay Central railway.  The provincial government has appropriated $1,000 tothenewZion hos  pital building at Ferguson.  A British Columbia life insurance  company is being organized at Vancouver with $500,000 capital.   -  It is estimated that in 1903 the  sawmills around Moyie will cut 90,-  000,000 to 100,000,000 feet of lumber.  February 4th has been set for the  Dominion' by-election in Bmrard.  Chris Foley will be the Independent  Labor candidate  Rossland holds its winter carnival  of 1903 on the 12th, 13th and 14th of  February���Thursday, Fnday and Saturday of the second.week in the ensu  ing month.  The proclamation has been issued  for the amalgamation of the cities of  , Grand Forks and Columbia under the  former's name. Grand Forks will be  one of the most important inland cities  in the province some day.  Here's a rumor, given for what it is  worth and no more: That Jim Hill,  when he builds to Phoenix will tunnel  under the city and run his tracks right  into the Gianby mines���thus securing  a large slice of the tonnage.  With  ��f  tnow on  the, level, it is little wonder that 'Jijjv  .-"Hill is riot yet building hia railway up"  Fourth of July creek to Phoenix, But  his agents' are steadily securing the  right of way, where needed, on this  route, and early spring will see something doing in railway construction.  Notwithstanding the reports of the  great coke output in East Kootenay,  there ic stilt a shortage of coke at the  Boundary smelters, and occasionally a  blast furnace is forced to grow cold on  this account. The Crow's Nest Coal  Co. should stop boasting of its great  output until it can supply the local demand beyond the peradventure of a  doubt  Next Monday will be nomination  day for the annual municipal elections  all over the province. There is probably no,,more unusual interest in it  here thjm in the majority of cities,  and it is more than likely that there  will be no contest. The city has been  well served in the past year by its  major and aldermen. May it continue so to be served.  STRICTLY   BUSINESS  The recent discovery of anthracite  in the Comox mines is proved to have  a thickness of six feet and, to extend  under 1,000 acres.  Over 70 men are working at tl e  Payne, and the con'centiator is milling  zinc oies, of which 41 tons are being  shipped weekly to Kansas  Some Slocan  mine owners  find it  does not pay to ship zinc ores at pres  ent low prices of silver and  lead, of  which these ores contain" considerable  quantities.  A committee representing Cariboo  placer mines recommends the legislature to issue crown grants < for placer  and alter tax to $1 an acre instead of  5 per cent on output.  Notwithstanding the drop in copper  the value of ore mined in the Boundary in 1902 is but little less than that  for the previous year, which is due to  the increased tonnage,  TheRockey Mountain Development  Co., which is boring for oil in Southern  Alberta, has reached 1,060 feet, with a  strong flow of oil. The company's  capital is being increased to $500,000.  Next spring will see the resumption  of active mining operations on the well  known Joker group, near Kaslo, which  has been before the public at various  junctures in a series of interesting cli  maxes.  The mines and prospects of the Ferguson camp are employing more men  this winter than ever before, more  properties are being worked and the  big mines have a larger number of n*en  on their payroll than in  any  previous  winter.    Bonded for $97,000.  The Trail smeller, through its ore  buyer, D. W. Moore, has bonded the  Seattle, a well known North Fork proposition, for $97,000. Development  work will be started immediately. According to the terms of the agreement  the smelter company will expend $1,-  000 per month in development work.  Ore shipments will be made continuously, as teams have been engaged to  haul ore to the C. P. R. tracks.    The  D. J. MATHESON,  INbURANCE AGENT,  KIRK, LIFE, ACC DENT.  Comiulkklttiirr for hiking AflWuviU.  Phoenix, B. C.  R. A. SCOTT,  Contractor and Builder.  Estimates Furnished.  PHOENIX, B. C.  R. B. KERR,  Barrister and Solicitor,  " NOTARY public.  PHOENIX, B.C.  King Edward Lodge, U.D.  A. F.and A. M.  Kcgnlnr communication 8 p. m.  onti Thursday of each month.  Sec  Emergent meetings nscalled; Masonic  Hall, Morrison-Anderson Block,  W. L. GKRMAINK,  Secretory.  P. L. COCK.  W. M.  Phoenix Federal Labor Union   No. 155-   Meets Thursdays at 8 p. m. at Min-   ers' Union Hall.   BD. BROWN. Pie*. AUGUST PII.GER. Sec'y.  PHOENIX AERIE  NO. 158.  Meetings on Frtdhj  at 8 30p .in., Miners  Uni.n Hall.  Visiting  brethren  cordially invited, '  JAMHS MARSHALL. Pre��.    R. L: BOYD.Secy  DoYou  Take  THE PIONEER  ?  You should if you don't. It gives the news  of the Boundary. It works for the Boundary. It is owned by the editor and not by  any clique or faction. It is worth $10.00.  It costs only $2.00.  J.BJ  C1TI SCAVENGER  Leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office  j��>j��  PHOENIX, B. C.  GEORGE GIBSON  r  ^SHAVING PARLORS  and BATHROOM.  Oraves-Wlllinms Block, cor.  First and Old Ironsides Ave.  Phoenix, B. C,  Even the merchant who never advertises is advertising ��� his own lack  ot ambition.  t  Some ads are like five cent cigars���  they look good on the outside, but the  fillet is often of a very inferior quality.  An advertisement should be a simple, -straightforward statement easily  read, easily comprehended, and conspicuously placed.  As a tree is known by its fruits and  as a man is judged by his conduct, so  an advertiser is measured and placed  by the text matter of his advertisements.  The man who knows advertising is  sawing wood, it's the man who thinks  he knows who is making the big talk  ���the Knowing one-is too busy making  money.  Kettle River Division Figures.  The official statistics of the   Kettle  riverTniiiing division for the year 1902  aie given as follows:  Free miners' certificates,  74'  Free miners' certificates, special . ^  Locations, mineral    324  Locations, placer  i 1  Certificates of work t  807  Abandonments   6  Certificates oi improvements .... 60  Conveyances   235  Placer leases .,,,..,  '  You can get board  and  lodging at  the Cottage for $7 per week.  For fine watch and jewelry  repairing  see Zimmerniann, on First street.  If you read, the  PHOENSX PIONEER,  , You'll keep posted gn  the Boundary.  Notice is hereby giver, that the part  nership heretofore subsisting between  us, the undersigned, as Geneial Agents  in the town'of Phoenix, British Columbia, has this  day  been  dissolved  by  haul ore to the u. r. k. tracKs.    1 ne mu!ual conse"U    A" d,cb,S T",* ^  Seattle is situated ^ the west  side.of ���*^T^ Zl �� �� %LlJ5  the North Fork a few miles below the  Volcanic mjne. It has a big surtace  showing of pay ore. Jt js owned by a  company in which Robert Clark owns  the controlling interest. The minority  interest is held by Neil McCallum and  Charles Hay of Grand Forks.  John Houston's Views.  The Nelson Tribune, of whic h John  Houston, M. L. A., is the editor, has  the following as to the present position  of the government:  "The election of Patterson places the  Prior goyernment in a peculiar position. Without defections from the opposition they cannot possibly ha\e, including the speaker, more than 19  votes. With two defections fr im the  opposition, they might pull through.  Premier Prior should fix an early date  for a meeting of the legislature; announce that he would only attempt to  pass the estimates; then ask for a dissolution and allow the people a chance  to pass on questions that are of more  moment to them fhan they are to the  individual members of the Prior government. Will the colonel do it? or  will he go to Ottawa and spar for time."  AND  Of every descjriptipu  can be obtained at Eastern Prices at tbp  NELSON, B. C.  First class work ands tock guaranteed.   Estimates furnished.  A  EDITIONl  Webster^  bHTMATIONAL  Dictionary'  N��w Ple,t<?9 ThreugfeSBt  25,000   New Words  Phrases   and   Dafinltlsnt  1 Prepared under the direct  supervision of W.T. HARRIS  Ph.D.1, LL.D., United States  Commissioner of Education,  assisted by a large corps of  competent specialists.  Rich Btndlncs 2364 Pagaa  5000 Illustrations  it!). m  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaranteed.   Imported Goods.  K1NE BOOTS AND SHOES MADE TO  OKDEK.  PRACTICAL   MINERS* AND   PROSPECTORS'SHOES ' A SPECIALTY.  Coraer Pkoeolx St. aid Brooklji Ave.  Phoeuix Home Brewed       |  Lager Beer |  Brewed by a Home Institution has proven the test and-has made a fr  host of Friends who testify to its Good Qualities 5��  PHOENIX BREWERY  JULIUS MUELLER, Proprietor.  Corner Standard Ave. and Banner St..   Phoenix  ty The International was first issued  in 1890, succeeding the " Unabridged"  The New, Edition of the International  was issued in October, igoo. ^ Get the  latest and best.  We also publish  Bpecfiji*!) p^gM^ftc. pi tjoflf  bogln *nt pa jippliptfiotj.  G.^CMERrVJAHCP  Publisher*  Springfield, Mw.  NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.  W. Monk at the city of Greenwood,  and claims against the partneiship are  to be presented to the said E.W.Monk,  by whom the same will be settled.  I}ated at Greenwood, B- C. this  22nd day of November A. I). 1902.  P. C. McAkthur.  Witness: A. M, Whiteside.  Double spring and mattress for sale.  Inquire at the Pioneer Office. A bargain.  Albin has a new line of cigars that  will suit you to a T.  oo-oooo-o-o-o  f Haying taken the Phoenix  ) Skating fJ-ink fpr the winter, I  .hope Jo-do business wjth alf my  old friends and many newpn.es.  ' I am running it [or f.he money  ' there is in it, but e'��pect fo give  lvalue fur'your money.  Watch for further announce  kments.    They'll interest you.  o,  j Season Tickets:  For Men $7.00  For Ladies   5*00  For Boys   3.00  j Skating Hours:  '.'irjo p, i��f to 4:30 p. m., and  8 p. m. to 10 p, m.  (Mine time.)  W. W. ROGERS,  Propriet  A\  PELLEW-HARVEY,  BRYANT &GILMAN  VANCOUVER,*- C  PROVINCIAL  ASSAYERS  E  THK  VANCOUVKR ASSAY OFKICK  Established 1890.  Minerals Identified and Tlielr Valued Kx-  PlttiUed-    FREE OF CHAR6E.  Have You a Piece or Doubtful Rock? Just  Mall it lo us. Mill and smelter tents up to  4000 lbs.  Checking Assays a Specialty.  Lion Milling work$  seem  ��� JAS MeCREATH. Prop  JOBBERS IN WINES, BEER AND CIGARS  bole Agent* Tut Kiichsquclleu Kcllerft' Utile Label lirand the Most  healthful mid refreshing of Miuernl Waters. ,  Phone ordcri. solicited.       GREENWOOD and PHOENIX, B. C.   Agent for   PABST BEER  Complete Line ofSample.  R. GREIGER,  M*tug��r ��������*  GREENWOOD  Always::  Desirable  Odd pieces of furniture to  make your home more comfortable. A luxury you can  enjoy at all seasons,  CLARK & BINNS  FURNITURE DEALERS  have just what you want most.  THE MILWAUKEE  A familiar name for the Cliirw, Mil  waukre &Pt. Paul Railway, known all  over the Union as the Great Kailwa)  rnnniiiK the "Pioneer Limit* <1" traini-  m-erv day and night between St. Paul  anfl Cliicaeo, anil Omaha and Chicago,  "The on|y perfect trains in the norl I."  Umierntaiui; ConneptionH are madi  with AH TraiiBconiinri'tiil Miie*. assuring to passprifterp t|ie best service known.  Luxurious coaches, electrte light", fteiim  heat, of a verity equaled by no othei  Pee that your ticket rfivls via ''Tin  Milwaukee" wlien going to any point if  the United State" or Canada. All tickei  agents sell them.  For rates. p*rnphletn or other information, addrt'BS,  R. L. Ford, H. S. Rowe,  Trav. Pou. Agt., General Agent,  8P0KANU.WN. PORTLAND. OR  mm-  To Hip fltw Iclioldeifi of the Piinilka-  meen Valley Coal Company. Limited,  and all whom it may concern :  Recent development of the Ooinpanv'f-  coal lands and conditions that, are now  occurring wairant (he Company in notifying all their stockholders to hold the  price of game firm arid at' a good figure.  The Company are not offering Treasury  Stock at present at any price.  SlMILKittyKBN yALLKV CoAf, Co.,  LTD  wm-  Notice is hereby giyen that fhe pait-  nership botween myself and H, J. Mc-  Quald bavins: been dl��bolved, allatounts  due the Palace Livery Stable are payable only to me, and I will settle all  bills against said stable.  John Colmnb.  Dated at Phoenix, B. C, Sept". 10,1002.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given thai, all nccountp  due the undersigned tnuet be paid immediately, or they will be placed in the  hands of a solicitor for collection,  Cha8. A. McCming & Co.  Phoenlit, B. 0.. Ang. t��, 1003.  Fruits and confectionery, fresh and  tempting, at popular prices. Albin's  News depot.  palace UvcrH SiaDies  The best established and regulated hostelry in the Uoun-  dary. We are centrally located in our new stables with  a complete outfit 01 Saddle and Driving Horses. The  best of rigs.     Parties  driven to  any Boundary   point.  Mclntyre & flcDonald, Props.  KhoDHill Avenue Kr'8 Piwenlx,B.C.  You Should Read  The Leading Weekly  0/ tHe Boundary. '  Published in the Heart of the Greatest Gold  Copper belt of British Columbia*.  In 1901  the entire Boundary shjpped 300,000 tons of ore,  nearly every tpp of which was ied||cpd by  BOUNDARY SHELTERS.  Phoenix camp alone shipped 235,000 tons of ore  last year.  The Pioneer is published every Saturday and  and is sent to any part of Canada or the United  States for  $2.00  per year^-or the rest of the world for $3.00  per  year.    It gives fte'  Latest and Most  Reliable News  of Boundary Mines and Smelters.     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HEADQUARl'ERS, NELSON, U, C.  :;'���;��� v%frtHle and Detail Heat MeKhants. ��  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks; Sandon, Slocan City,  Silverton, New, Den.very Ymir,, Salnio, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Niagara and Phoenix.  ��� fish; oysters ;and? poultry in season.  ��� V All orders rQceive prompt attention.  '.J'-.v-''> '���:������-���.:  '      -.:';--''!. ''��� ��������������� -;:''".    '  "��� ; '  ������������������������������������������������t���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  HsST  PALACE EXCHANGE STAGE  LINE.  Between Phoenix and Greenwood.  Leave Phoenix 8.30 and I.   Leave Greenwood 10 and 4.  DAILY  izpiSfiiSfi  A, S. 4 PAW, Proprietor.  An Unprecedented  Offer to our Subscribers.  BOTH NEW AND OLD.  Phqenix Fiqneer and Toronto  Qlobe (4ailyj qqtVfqr Qne  year   PljQeijis Fiqnqqr and Toronto  ,GHobe, (weekly) both for One  vear ���  Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Daily Herald, both for One  nQn-   /Including Handsome PortrnitN  yt3Hr  pricing Kdward. I7xia Inches../   Phoenix Pioneer and New York  World, Thrice-a week, both  for one year   Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Family Herald and Weekly Star,  both one year ���   2.50  2.50  2.50  2.75  ��� Thincik Tauckd or AT  I ���   .',.    HOME AND KLSKWIIIIRK  It takes the. "oldest inhabitant" in  this locality���and he is not so very  aged-���:p recollect a time when there  was so much snow at,lhis eaily part of  the winter. On a level there is probably three feet of the beautiful in Phoenix at present, although the timbei  men state that it is nearer four feet in  depth in the woods.  f   ���  It is said thatthe Mineral Hill Consolidated Mining Co. will at once proceed with the expenditure of a quarter  of million dollars oh their properties  just across the boundary line, near  Nelson, Wash, The plan of operations al30 includes the erection of a  smelter on Kettle river, which is to be  flitted with one of the new Garretson  furnaces, that so much has been claims  ed for, but which has not yet been'  proved to be a commerciBl success.  The most advanced metallurgist, how-i  ever, seem to think it will work.  Another interesting bit of information that is going the rounds in this  connection is that James Bieen, well  known in Phoenix on account of hav^;  ing spent $125,000 in,the development  of the Brooklyn group in this camp,  will be interested In the proposed Mineral Hill smelter. When Mr. Breeii  lived in Phoenix it was generally un-i  deistood from him that he intended  to build a smelter at some' point on  the Kettle river, and it now appears^  that he has that intention still. ITis  new smelter at Crofton, on Vancouver  island, is now idle, on account of  financial troubles at the mines that  were to supply it with ore.  So much prominence has been given  to suifoce ore quarrying operations in  Houndary mines for the past year that  some persons think that nearly all the  mining iii this section is done in this  manner. While this (s \ihdoiibtedly  true in some cases, in the largest of  them���rthe_Granby���niJnes:--it is not so.  Of over 300,000�� tons of ofe shipped  by the'Gjranby mines "pi igob, about a  half came (rotyi underground^  m  I'm  h  * 1^  Subscriptions received to all Magazines and Periodicals tt-t publishers lowest rates.-  .   Send all subscriptions to this office.  PHOENIX  PIONEER,  PHOENIX, B. C.  -4.  1 ^1  Don't Guess At It  But if you are going east write us for our rates, and let tis tell you,  ab,puf fhf service apd accprnmod^tiop offered bj th,e  I&INOlg 01^4^ RAIXMOAJ)  Through Tourist Can via the Illinois Central from Paoiflc coast to Chicago  and Cincinnati. ..'.'���  Don't fail to write us about your trip, as we are in a position to give you  some valuable information and assistance. .5,319 miles of track, over which  are operated some of the finest trains in the world. <���������  For particulars regarding freight or passenger rates, call on or address:  J C  LINDSAY, T.F. & P.A., B. H. TRUMBULL, Com. Agt.,  142 Third St., PORTLAND, ORE.  However, the tendency is to do all  the surface mining possible, as the  cost of mining is thereby" considerably  decreased. For some months past  the Mother Lode mine has been send  ing out ore only from its surface quarries, and the Granby mines this year  will probably send out the greater part  of the ore horn the glory holes also.  �����  An exchange states that the "best  way to clean kids is to put the gloves  on and rub with corn meal and a flannel rag." Whereupon the Morrisey  .Miner lemarks: "This may be the new  style, biit we recommend the good old  fashioned way of soaking them in a  wash tub, wjth the liberal use of soft  soap and a scrub brush. If you want  to ruin a pair of gloves in the operation, do so, but do not blame the kid  for this."  New Tea Commandmenti.  I.  Thou shalt not go away from home  ','> do any trading, nor thy son nor thy  daughter.  II.  Thou shalt patronize thy home merchant and thy home printer, for yea,  verily, doth thy home printer spiead  over the land glad tidings of thy goodness and greatness and they shall patronize thee.  III.  Thou shalt employ thy own mechanics that they may not be driven from  their homes to find food for their little  ones, thou shalt consider him as thy  neighbor, above them that dwelleth in  a strange town.  IV.  Thou  shalt not  ask for credit as  goods cost much money, and the merchant's brain in burdened with bills.  V.  Thou shalt not ask for reduced  prices for thy "influence" for behold  guile is in thine' heart and the merchant readeth it like an open book.  He lau^heth thee to scorn and shout-  eth to his "ha, ha."  :, -vi.  '���'���..-..."  Thou ehalt do whatever lieth in thy  power to encourage and promote, the  welfare of thine own town, and thine  own people. .'."���'.'. .-���,'���  ���'.���.'.'���.'.���'VIi;'-'���'���''��� ;���'..'.. ���'  Thou shalt not suffer the voice of  pride to overcome thee, and if other  towns entice thee, consent thou not for  thou mayest be deceived.  .; ,  ������'���^ -':'Vi":.-;; viii.     ''''..;';.;;:  Thou shall spend thy earnings at  home that they may return from whence  they came and give nourishment to  such as may come after thee.  ������:���''������';'' ' ���'"''.-V'1*'-    "'���-,.,r .���:"'.;  Thou shalt not bear false  witness  against the town wherein thou  dwelleth, but speak well of it to all men.  ���/���-' x...       ,:.:;���'.;;: -;i  Thou shalt take these command-  ments and teach them to thy children  to the third and fourth generation that  they may.be made to flourish and grow  in plenty when thou, art laid to rest  with thy fathers.  EASTERN  Townships Bank  ESTABLISHED 1859.  CAPITAL' - - - - $2,000,000  CAPITAL, PAID UP - $1,955,225  RESERVE FUND  -  -   $1,200,000  BOARD OP DIRECTORS:  Wit PARWfclx, President.  Hon. M. H. Cociikank, Vlce-Pres.  Israel Wood, J. 8. Mitchell  G. Stevens, J.N.  Osier,   N. W.  Thomas, C. If.  Kathan, II. B  brown, K. C.  HKAD OHPtCK, SUKKBROOKK, F. Q.  Jas. Mackiuuoii,  Geni Mgr.  S. KnOELL.  Local Mgr.  S. F. Mohbv, Inspector of Ilrauches.   ,  BRANCHES.  In Prc-.'lnce of Quebec���  Montreal, B. Austin, Manager.  Waterloo W. I. Driggs, Manager.  Rock Inland, S. Stevens, Manager.  Cowansville, H. V. Williams. Mgr.  Coatlcook. K. N, Kohlnson, Manager.  Richmond, W. U. Hall, Mgr.  Granby, W. If. Robinson. Mgr.  Bedfora, W. 11. Ilargrave, Mgr.  Hum ngdoii, A. W. Watson, Mgr.  Magog, W. I). Frascr. Mgr.  St. Hyacliithe, J. I,nrraml>ofae, Mgr.  Onnstonrn, l{. W. Morgan, Mgr.  Windsor Mills, K. V. Ohvier,.Mgr.  Ill Province of Ilrlllsh Columbia-  Grand Forks, Win. Spier, Mgr  riioeulx. N, II. Black, Acting Mgr.  Agents   In    Canada, Bank  of  Montreal   and  Branches. i  " Loudon, Rug., National Bank of Scotland,  , " JSotXon, National Kxchange Bank  " Nrw Vork, National Park Bank.  Collection, made at all accessible points.  Drafts issued forany required amounts, good at  all points in Canada, U. S. and Kurope, Exchange bought and sold.  Savikob  Branch  Okpich.  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Miss Agnes JJeans Cameron, who is  taking a conspicuous place in the literati of Western Canada, has sent out a  New Year's greeting which contains  the following excellent text' for good  resolut.ons: -       . ���    �����;'���.:./,���  "\Ve are men now, and , women, in.  a world of work. Let us do that work  as well as we can, without stopping to  ask if we were once slugs or'"will one  day be angels. And have a kind word  and a smile for the next one you meet;  he too is fighting a hard fight."  The property now occupied by.  the postqf^ce, gnd knowu as the  Through Tourist Sleeping Cars  .'���...���.���.;��',; 'East;-,';  Leaves Dun more Junction daily for St.  Paul; Kootenay Landing Tuesdey and  Saturday for, To.onto, Montreal and  all eastern points.  Go to the east, go to the west.  Goon the road with service the best.  Speed, safety and comfort^��� no need to  enquire. v'  Why, the beBt in the world is the C.P.R  Phoenix Pioneer   Cosmopolitan..   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Our price for four,$5.75  Phoenix Pioneer  $2 00  A rt Interchange    4 00  Or any other in Class 8.  Country Life  3 00  Or any other in Class B.  Canadian Magazine  2 50  Or any other in Class B.  Success    l 00  Our price for the five, $7.25  Postage prepaid on all subscriptions to any part of the United States and  Canada. Quotations given on any list of periodicals, in any language, f rem  any country, in connection with the Phoenix Pioneer.   Address,   ���  PIONEER PUB. CO-,  PHOENIX; B. C.  Rates and information regarding the  "Only Way" will be cheerfully furnished np'on application to   ,.,'  P.W. Dey, EJ.Coyle,.  Agent, A.G.P.Agt.  Phoenix, B. C.   Vancouver, B.C  J. S. Carter, D. P. A.,  Nelsop, B.C.  An editor who seems to know whereof he speaks, is responsible for the following:  Town killers are classified into eight  bunches as follows:  i. Those who' send or go out of  town to do their shopping.  [  2. Those who ^rg opposed to init  proveir)ei|t$.'  j Those who prefer a qniutown to  one of push and business.  4. Those, who. imagine they own  the town,  5. Those who deride public spirited  men.  6. Those who oppose every movement that does not originate with them.  7. Those who oppose any movement that does not appear to benefit  them.  ��. Those who seek to injure the  credit or reputation of individuals.  Better Stationeryund Job Print,  ing than that turned out bv the  Phoenix Pioneer has yet to be  pnidiiced.-��Xhe:p.roof of the pudding is in the eating. Give us a  trial with your next order. ....  PIONEER PUB. CO.,  'Phone 14. Phoenix, B. C  HWfVOV   HOT SPRINGS   SANITARIUM  Amenta,     families  WfBSf -���-- ��� -  5sciicry wirivfjllert for grail  M|;wjcd rofi  vailed for a     if, Pishing  dent Plnalclaii and Nurse.  RESORT  txcui'stons.    Rest  Telegraphic com  lleur   Iloatlngr, Pishing and Excursions.    Real-  ".     Phislclaii and N _   .   ..  muiilcatlotj with all parts of [he world; two  mails arrive and depart every day. lis baths  cure all nervous and muscular diseases; Its waters heal alt Kl 3ney, Liver hnd Stomach Ailments  Terms $15 to $18 per week, according to res-  dence In hotel or Halcyon Hot Springs,  ow Lake B  C.  Phoenix Bajcery,  Phoenix Street.   'Phone 53,  W$mal?e good;  %��}d,     'Try it,  . ,C. W. GREER, Proprietor. ' |00  �� Timepiece  One that will run'  the j'car arounUl  is what you need  Jewelery  o  �� of  every de.-icrlp  O lion suitable for birthay presents can b  " obtained i)t  The Old and the New.  Time was when the child could, express his idea of the world's make-up  thus simply: .>������  Little.drops of water,  Little grains of sand,  Make the mighty ocean  And {he pleasant land. ;  Nowadays to irjeet the full   require*  ments of polysyllabic science, he must  paraphase it thus:  Infinitesimal particles of saline hum-  ective fluidity,  Minute corpuscles of non-adhering  inorganic matter,  Conjointly cause to exist the unmeas-  urable expanse of aqueous sections,  And the resplendent superficial area  of dry solidity.  Choice tobaccos and cigars at Albin's  o��oo��������e9��offlee��oo����oo�� {News depot.  PHOENIX, B. C,  Is For Sale,  PRICE, $3,000.  Apply to  A. H. SPERRY,  Greenwood, B. C.  2Q Per Cent  CLUB DISCOUNT  Will be given to any employee of the Granby and Snow-  shoe mines who wishes to  take any of the courses offered by the  INTERNATIONAL.  CORRESPQiVDliNCE  SCHOOLS,  of Scranton, Pa, Wrije for  catalogues, prices and details to Max R. Hopkins,  Representative, Box 751, ���  ���      Rossland, B. C.  Oregon R. R. & Nav. Co.  Oregon Short Line R. R.  Union Pacific R.R.  ONLY LINE EAST  VIA  Salt Lake and Denver.  Two 'Trains Daily.  Steamship tickets to Europe and other  foreign countries.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE,  dominion Mineral Claim, situate in the Grand  Korlcs Mining Division of Osoyoos District.  Where located.   On Lookout Mountain, mid  near the Lookout Mineral Claim.  Take notice that I,.Sydney M Johnson acting;  as agent for J. P. Shannon, Kree .Miners Cerl'S-  cate No. B 54495. intend, sixty dnj s from the date  hereof, to apply to tile Mining Kecorderfora  certificate of improvements; .for the purpose of  obtaining a crown grant of the nlio%e claim.  And further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 12th day of July, A. D.f 1902.  43 Sydkev M. John-on.  Corporation of the Citv  of Phoenix.  MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS, 1993.  VOTERS' LIST.  t*he following persons are entitled to have thtlr  names pl��ced on the Voters List for the Municipal election* for the ye.ir 1903, for Major and  Aldermen of the Citv of Phoenix.  Leaves  Dailv  Spokane Time Schedule.  HfTcctive Dec. 23 1902  Arrives  Daily  7.45 a.m. FAST MAIL���To and from  Coeur d'Alene district, Farm-  Ingtou. Garfield Colfax, Pull-  niau, *Moscow, *Pomerdy,  Waitsbuig; Dayton, Wall a  Walla, Pei:dteton, Baker Ci^y  and all points East ,.. 6.25 p. m.  4:15 P- in. EXEKBSS'���For Fariuiiigtan  Garfield, Cplfiiic, Pullman,  Moscow J.ewiston, Portland  San Francisco, Baker City  and all points HAST.  HXI'RKSS ���From all points  Kast, Haker City, San Francisco, Portland, Colfar, Car-  field and Farmington.. ...9.30a.m.  ���Kxcept Sunday.  SHORT LINE TO CALIFORNIA.  San Francisco-Portlanil Route.  Steamers sail from Ainsworth dock,  Portland,  at 8 p. m. mid from Spear Street wharf, SanFrnn-  cisco, nt 10 a. m. every five days.  Tickets on sale at all S. F. & N\ Stations.  For further information as to rates, lime of  trains, equipment, etc.. address  GKO. J. MOIILF.R, General Agent,  430 Riverside Ave.. S.ppkaue, Wash  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  IHg Six Mineral Claim, situate in the   Grnnd  Forks Mining Division of Osovoos District.  Where located: In Wellington Camp, adjoining the Jim Mineral Claim.  Take notice that I, Sydney M. Johnson, acting  asngent forT. I*. Mclntyre, Free M met \s Certificate No. H 51619, andO. K. Robinson, Kree Miner's  Certificate Mo.  B 5S006, intend, sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  for a certificate ot improvements, for the purpose  of obtaining a crown grnnt of the above claim.  ^ And further take notice that action, under section 37, must, be commenced before the issuance  of such certificate of improvement*..  Dated this 30th day of July, A. D., 1902.  48 Sydney M. Johnson.  Why yon should buy.  CHEWING  TOBACCO  Because it is the BEST quality  Because it is the MOST LASTING chew  Because it is the LARGEST high grade 10  or 25c plug  Because the TAGS ARE VALUABLE for  premiums until Janqary |, 1805  Because we GyAftANTEE every plug and  Because YOUR DEALER IS AUTHORIZE O TO   REFUND  MONEY  IF  YOU   ARE   NOT  SATISFIED  Tub Empieb Tobacco Co., Ltd  e rails  NELSON  &   FORT   SHEPPAR1)  RED MOUNTAIN RT.  Washington and Great Nor. Ry.  V��� V. andE. Ry.  The only nll-rnil route between all points east  west, and south to Rossland, Nelson and all ip-  termediate points; connecting at Spokane with  the Great Northern, Northern Pacific and O. H. &  N.Co. -  Connects nt Bosslnuil and Nelson with Canadian Pacific Kajlwny.  Connects at Nelson with steamer for Kaslo and  all Kootenay Lake points.  Connects at'Curlew with stage for Green  wood and Midway, B. C.  Buffet cars run on passenger trains between  tween Spokane and Republic.  K.FFECTIVK NOV. 22   1902.  I.eave.  Arrive  9:25a m ,;. Spokane 5:45 p. in  .0:15a. m Rossland 5:10 p.m.  7:00 a. in Nelson 8 00 p. m  11:00a. ill Grand Forks 4:00 p. 111.  10:24 a. 111 Curlew 4:41 p. in.  o:'5<>. m Republic......: 5:4q p.m.  H.'4; JACKSON,  General Passenger Agent.  Spokane, Wash.  Old papers for sale at the Pioneer  office, at 25 cents per 100.  Your leisure monents may be pleasantly spent at Albin's pool rooms.  AN ALL ABIDING FAITH,  The Illinois Central Railroad Company  has an all abiding faith in the future of  I lied real Northwest. A short time ago,  litis was manifested by. the establishment, in Seattle, of an agency to take  care of their interests there. The latest  etibrt, is to put on a splendidly equipped  new train service between St. 'Paul and  Chicago. The new trains will be nni-  ningSunday. November 2nd. Thev will  use thfirovvn rails between Cliicago anil  Albert Lea, Minn., and the Minneapolis  & St.'Louis Ry. track from Albert Lea to  Minneapolis and St. Paul, running into  the Union Depot at St. Paul, which is  thefaino that is used by all lines in that  city.  The train is to be k.nuwn as "The Chi-'  rago, St. Paul ami Minneapolis Limited,"  and will consist of sleeping car. buffet  library car and reclining chair car  through without charge between Chicago  and Minneapolis and St. Paul. Dining  cur service will also be maintained, sti| -  per being served out of -Chicago and  iireakl'asl into Chicago. Trains will leave  St. Paul at 7 10 p. 111. and arrive in Cbi-  c: go 11.30 a. in. Leave Chicago at 0.10  n. m and arrives at St. Paul at S.40 a.  111. making close connections at St. Paul  with all western lines. Tickets can he  purchased via this line, in connection  uithall western lines, at all stations.  For further infonnatiun regarding  rates, routes, tkoe, etc., call on or address,  B. H. Tltl'MHlM.I.,  Commercial Agen 111. Cent. R. R.  142 Third St.,'Portland, Ore.  Paul B. Thompson,  Freight^ Passenger Agent,  HI. Cent. K. R., Seattle, Wash.  coeo��ooe*oe9����o0����a��o��*ae��  a  ���  ���  o  a  a  MRS. BATON?  Teacher of  PIANO and VOICE CULTURE  Residence neitr Granuy Hotel,  V-hoeni*. 11. C,  a  0  o  f  9aa?i��oec��ae��se��aoo8oaaeoao  Any male or female, being n British subject ol  the fill age of twenty-one jean, who,  n. Is the owner of reaPestate of the assessed  value of not less than one hundred dollars or,  b Is the representative, btuijr a resident British subject duly authorized by the direc ors of .111  incorporated company, which is the assessed  owners of lauds, or of improvements or lands,  situated within the Municipality or,  _ c Is the holder of a trades license, the annual  ice or which is not less than five dollars or,  (1. Is a householder, w ho has paid on or be  fore the 31st day or December in the \ear iiiu  mediately prior to the (lay of the nomination, all  municipal rates, taxes, assessment rentals and  license fees, which are not chargable on land,,  pas able by hnnor her to the Municipality.  1'rovided, however, thatin the case ofthe bold  erora trade license, or in the case of a householder, he or .she shall, during the month of December, in each vaar, make and cause to be delivered to the City Clerk a statutory declaration,  set out in Section t of The Municipal Elections  Act Amendment Act 1002.  Forms ofthe said declaration may be obtained  from the City Clerk.  D. J. MATHESON,  . Clerk ol the Municipal Council.  Datea December 11,1902.  There are just  Two Kinds of  JOB PRINTING  They are the kind that is a  credit to you and your printer and���the other kind, . .  Ours is Said to be the Best  When you want something  IN OFFICE STATICNERY  We have the art and the artists to give  you exaetly what you wish.  Our mechanical   department equipped  with the latest and best.  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.,  PHOENIX, B. C.  Furnished Rooms  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that, having  I'-ased the Central Hotel, corner .Second  Street and Old Ironsides avenue, Phoenix. B. C.,to Frank Anderson,! am not  responsible for any debts contracted by  or against said Central Hotel from the  1st day of November, 1902.  August Jackson.  WITH  PRIVATE BOARD.  Mrs.  P. A. Klein,    Knob Hill Ave.  R. A. Scott Residence.  Don't you want to read the news of  the day while it is news? You will  find it in the Daily News, Kootenay's  live daily, publish d at Nelson, IJ. C,  at 50 cents per month by mail. Can  be had also of your local newsdealer,  on day of publication,  till  ammmimmiimivmmmmtwmwiwwmuiiMmvmMMwmwi.'jm ^ ��^  -iii ^^^...^fSA'S.TteTi^g' '  wl*s&i����'��#Vi*' W** 1  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  B. ,:  1>   ,���!' '  IV "'  m 7,-..   l  ��� 'r* -?���>  11  J- ^  ���^���SSj*  *l     i  '  ;^g&rf��  15he Bellevue Hotel,  MARSHALL & SHEA, Proprietors.  Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars:: That's All  KNOB HILL AVE  PHOENIX, B. 0.  ���^^M^&M^^^^^^^^^-^^  Corporation of the Citv  of Phoenix.  Just the Thing.  I wish to remind my friends ami patrons that I am better  prepared than ever to furnish Fine Watches and Jewelry. It is not  too early to select your Holiday Presents. The chances are that  we have just thing you want for a suitable present.  GEO. E. DEY,  The Jeweler, Knob Hill Avenue.  Official, C.P. R. Time Inspector. ,  ��� a �����������������������������������������������������������������a������������������������������������������*������ ���������}  LOCAL JOTTINGS  BRIEF NEVIS NOTES  -MATTERS OF GENERA L INTEREST  TO   PHOENICIA *S  There ire a few aubserlbera to the Pioneer stood that Mr.  Williams lias gone to  H"t ���Ifew-who ��re delinquent for the year consult with his brother-in-law,   Don-  If you ire one of these, the editor will aid D. Mann, in regard to  their mining interests in  this section.    Before  the judge's return it  is hardly  likely  "g  1902.  appreciate prompt liquidation.  Hospital   Meeting   Today���At that any smoke will  be seen comin  eleven o'clock this morning the general from the funnels of ttie Brooklyn com  annual meeting of the Phoenix (Jen  eral Hospital will be held at the hospital for the transaction of business  and the election of officers. A full attendance of members is urgently requested.  Carnival at Greenwood ��� Next  week Thursday the Greenwood Citizen's Band will give a masquerade car-  < nival at the skating rmk in that city.  A suitable programme and prizes have  been arranged, and posters announcing  the event sent out.  Death of August Mueller. ���  Early Sunday morning August Mueller,  who has been ill for some weeks at the  hospital, passed away, his two brothers  being present.    The funeral was held  ��� .Tuesday, the remains being interred in  the Phoenix cemetery, Rev. Father Be-  - dard officiating.  Anniversary Dance���Friday evening, February 6th, the local aerie of  the Fraternal Order of Eagles, will give  an anniversary dance at Miners' Union  hall. The order will then be four  years old, and the local members propose to do everything to make this  event a success. *  < Scottish Entertainment���A delightful entertainment entitled. "Twa  'Hours at Hame" will be given at Miners' Union hall next Tuesday night by  Gavin Spence and Flora McDonald,  under the auspices of Snowshoe Lodge  No. 46,1. O. O. F. These clever  artists visited Phoenix on.a former occasion and drew a large audience. The  program will include Scottish songs,  dances and recitations.  Benefit Ball���J. E. Foran, a~mem  ber of the local Carpenters Union, is~  destitute and ill in the hospital at  Prescott, Arizona, and the Phoenix  , organization has arranged to give a  benefit ball for him on the evening of  Wednesday, January 21, at Miners' nix  Union hall. Good music will be provided, and it is honed that a goodly  sum will be raised in this way for a  former Phoenician.  Reduced Rates East.  National  Live Stock   Association,  Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 13th to  161I1.  For this occasion the O.R.&N.Co.and  connection will sell tickets Spokane to  On an Eastern Trip��� Wednesday Kansas City, and return at iateof$55,  W.R.  Williams,  accountant  for  the on sale Jan. 8th, and 9th,  only,   limit  '    ,    , , todays���stopovers allowed on  return  Pomininn Copper Co., left on a sever- j^ ^    ^ furtber par,jcu|ars ca|i  ��\ weeks' trip to the east, and,, while on or address, Geo. J. Mohler, General  away will visit Chicago, Cincinnati, Agent, 430 Riverside Ave., Spokane,  Toronto and other cities.    It is under;' Washington.  pressor house.  Birthday Dinner���Last Saturday  evening a number of the friends of O.  N. Galer, of the Granby mines office  gave him a surprise birthday dinner,  which was served at the Granby in the  usual excellent style of Manager Macy.  Those present on this occasion were  Mayor Rumberger, Judge Williams,  W. J. Porter, C. D. Hunter, chahman;  John McRae, Eugene Shea, P. J. Der-  mody, O. Bv Smith, Jr., C. Donaldson  James Donaldson, Win. Fiaser, Joh  Pierce, Martin McHale, W. X. McDonald, W. S. Cook, V. J. Cook, A.  E. H. Clark, John Hanna, Dan  Mar  J.  tin, Marcus Martin, Mike Cranley,  Campbell, Alex Milkie,  J. J. Strutzel,  George Cole,  H. E.  Cramer,   Danny  Dean, Ed Brown and O. N. Galer.,  BUSINESS NOTICES.  Dr. Mathison, Dentist.  Smith Cuitis spent two or three  days in the city this week.  Albin's News Depot is the place foi  periodicals of nil kinds.  When you want some repairing'done,  go to the Iiousides Shoe Shop.  Born, to the wife of J. A. Blair, on  Biooklyn avenue, January 3d, a son.  J .Stillwell Chile and John Dean are  the nominees foi mayor of Rossland.  "Bfllie Kellem  will  cook you shoit  oiders nt any time at the Cottage hotel.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, will be at his  office, Bank block, from Jan. 10 to 14  Mrs. J.P.Shannon is expecting hei  sister to arrive fiom near Republic to-  'day. o  Early next week the school board  will hold its last meeting for the fiscal  year.  When you want a good'pait of miners' shoes, go to the Ironsides ohoe  Shop.  The Nelson Daily News is the best  daily in the interior. Get itfiom your  local newsdealer.  Rev. J. H. White, of Nelson, will  occupy the pulpit of the Methodist  church tomorrow.  In the by-elections in Ontario the  Ross government gained thiee more  seats, making it safe.  Assistant Manager Galer and Treas-  n urer Wooster, of the Granby Co., were  both in the city this week.  Do not overlook the Scotch entertainment at Miners' Union Hall, on  the evening of Tanuary 13th.  Mrs. W. L. Ross, went to Spokane  If your watch or clock is out of gear  Zimmerman, the jeweler can fixit  If your eyes cause uneasiness watch  for the visit of Geo. L. Pedlar, Special-'  ist.  Almstrom's chocolates don't melt  this weather, but they will melt in  your mouth.  Albion's News Stand has received a  fine line of Holiday Confectionery,  Do not overlook it.  Those chocolates sold by Almstrom  are the kind that melt in your mouth.  Have you tried them ?  If you are a stranger come in;  whether you want anything or not  you're, always welcome at Albin's  News Depot.  Nelson's daily, the News, has all the  news that is news. At your newsdeal*  er's, or by"mail for 50 cents per month.  ' Milner, the photogiapher, has been  making some fine pictures in the latest style of the art. For a short time  only he will continue to do the best  photographing yet turned out in Phoe-  Better have that sitting now.  GOOD NEWS...  ���FROM THE���  PEOPLE'S STORE  We are gales agents for the famous Snowflake Hard  ���Wheat Flour���without a doubt the beBt flour on the market  today/ Why pay twenty cents per barrel more for an inferior  article, as you have to do in Phoenix ?  We Btill have p'enly of that Butter like our mothers  inaAe, while in quality it is not to be compared to the cheap  trash on the market. Still onr price is 27>��! cents per pound  by the box.  Our potatoes are still soiling ut a dollar per sack.  Everything marked in plain figures and prices are right.  'Phone 61.  THQS. 1SARDY & CO.  Applequist, for a few'weeks  Can you make a be^er .present to  your eastern friends than a subscription  to the Phoenix Pioneer for a yeai ?  The Grand Forks city council has  decided not to reduce the liquor licenses in that city for the present  l'ubtlc notice is liereby aiveu '�� ,lle e,ec',ort  ofllie municipality or the eiiy of PhoeiitK. that  I icuuire Hit presence ofthe said electors at  Baldwin mock, Dominion Aie., Phoenix,B.C., on  tlieiiihdavorjanuary, ig03,nt n o'clock noon,  for the purpose of electing persons to represent  them in the Municipal Council as Mayor  and Alderman. . ,      .   ���  The mode of nominations of candidates shall  beus followns: ^   . ,  The candidates shall be iiomiHaUd in writing,  the writing shall be subscribed by two voters or  the municipality as proposer and seconder, aim  shall be delivered to the Returning Officer at any  time between the date of the notice and J V. M  ofthe da\ ofllie nomination, ond In the event ol  n poll being iiicc*<urv, <ucli |>oll will be opened  on the islli day of January, 1903, at the aforesaid  Ilaldnm Block,, Dominion A\e., I'hoeiicx, u t. ,  of which eviry pel son is hereby required to take  notice and go\ei 11 himself nicoriHiigly.  The persons qualified to be nominated for, alio  Uected as the Maj or of such City shall be sue 1  persons as are male Mriti-.li subjects of the lull  aire ol twenty-one ii-nm. mid me "ot disqualified  under envlim.aiul have been for thesix months  next pi ending the day of nomination the reg-  isteied o��ner, in the Land Registiy Office, oI  land or real pioperty in the City ol the osiessed  \alue, on the Ian municipal assessment roll, 01  one thousand dollars or moie over and above  any registered. Incumbrance or charge, and wliu  aie otherwise duly qualified as municipal voters  The persons qualified to be nominated tor and  elLCted as Aldermen of such City shall be such  persons as are male British subjects of the full  aue oftweul> one >cars, and are not disqualified  next preceding the day ot nomination the registered owner, in the Land Rcgislrj Office, of  loud or real property in the City ofthe assessed  value, on the Inst municipal assessment roll, of  fii-e liuuilr d dollars or more over and above an>  registered incumbrance or charge, and who au  otherwise qualified as municipal \oters.  r.ivcii under my hand at Phoenix, H. C��� tin  ���ui day of January. i903ujmatiiisoSi  Returning Officer.  Public notice Is also given thst at the said lime  and place of iibminatioii for Mayor amlAldenuen  nominations w 111 be received for the ofhee of one  School T.ii-t�� fjr the ( Ity School District of  I'hoeiiix, uurl if 11 poll becomes necessary It will  he op>-iitd nt tiu tun.' and place of polling afore-  uieiilioiiid , ' ,    .,        ,,  Aiiv person belntr n householder in the sai(  sclu ol llislnc ..iii-l being a British subject of tilt  full ��Ke of twciiti-one >ears, and otherwisequali  fi-il In the 'I'.iblicSUiuuis Act" tu tote at at  election ol SlIiooI 1 nislec in the said Schoo  Oistt int. shall be eligible to be elected or to ser\��  as a bcliool 1'iusUe at such election  Giveif imilei my hand at Phoenix, B. C��� tin  ���.d day of January,  19^  Mathe,ONi  Returning Officer.  RE MARCUS OPPENrlEIMER'S ESTATE  All persons having claims againsi  the estate of the late Marcus Oppen  heimei, of Mart us, \Vash.,U. S. A.,  are lequcsied to deliver the same n  the undersigned at Phoenix, H. C,  not latei than February 16, 1903.  R. B. Kerr,  Solicitor for the Executors.  Siemwinder  Dining Room,  first st.. phoenix.  Table supplied with the best to be fount!  in the market.  MAB1-L YOUNG.' '  The Holidays Are Overj  But we are still at the old stand on Knob  Hill Avenue, and invite you to call when you  want the best in our line.  BOYLE,  THE Prescription Druggist  yy��IMeni Dlock  Toil knov tit rest.  *r*>:7  Announcement.  We thank our many friends  for the excellent trade enjoyed during 1902, and ask foi  a continuance of the same in  1903. We have a better and  larger stock than ever ol  goods that should be found  in a first-class Stationer's,  including���  HOOKS,       WAI.I. I'AI'KR,  KERIOI)U:.M.S, FANCY  CIOODS,  STAHONKKY,    TOYS,  MUSICAL INS I'UU.MF.NTS,  TYl'KWUMEK SUPPLIES,  PHOTO. SUPI'I.IF.S, Eic,  CONl'CIIONERY,  CIGARS  and  TOCACCOS.  Me for an  Accident,  Life,     ,  Or Fire  Insurance Policy  Houbph to rent.  Mince, Stock- tun! Itt-ul KhUiIpFor Snip.  Money to Loan.  It(  Knob Hill Ave., Piiokku, B C,  k lent Furnished.  - --   j-r   Wednesday  to visit her sister, Mrs. The Summit Hotel Dining Room  and   Kitchen   complete.      Most  central location in the city  Apply to T. H. RrcirARDS,  '     ' Phoedix, H,C.  4���DEPARTMENTS���4  GRANBY  EXCHANGE.  Harness SJiop, Leather, Leather goods,  ���    -o ���,. ���.   -a    .1.   n     a    r   1     Carpets, Sewing   Machines, Curtains,  David Wniteside, the Grand   Forks Drapery.  barrister,  came up  Monday  to  take  Kurnitute, Stoves, House   Furnishings  part in the Odd Fellows installation  After a thaw last Sunday that set  people to cleaning off roofs in a hurry,'  the weafher has been colder this week.  All the news ofthe Koorenay and  Yale in the Nelson Daily News. At  your newsdealer on day of publication.  The Waterloo mine, Camp McKin-  ney, has its new hoist installed, and is  deepening its shaft another hundred  feet.'  A daily direct mail railway service  is now in force between Grand Forks  and Spokane, oyer the Great Northern railway.  Bear in mind the Scotch entertain^  ment at Miners' Union hall next Tues  day evening, under the auspices of the  Odd Fellows.    '  Some rich ore is reported to have  been struck on the Florence claim, on  the North Foik, which is being developed by M. R. Feeney for an Ottawa  syndicate.  For mayor of Grand Forks thiee  names are mentioned, being P, Mc-  Callum, Martin Burrell and W. K.  Creitz, the latter. being the socialist  candidate.  - -School Trustee Matheson has received a check for $404.50 from the  government, being the annual grant  for the last quarter, at the rate of $20  for each pupil.  The tender of F. J. Deane, of the  Nelson Daily News,  for  the printing  plant of the Tribune, has been oider-  ed accepted by Judge Martin in chain  bers at Victoria.  James Anderson and L. A. Manley',  were the Grand Forks delegates to the  general meeting of the North Pacific  Fair Association, held at Portland,  Oregon, pn Wednesday of this week.  Chief Electrician Lane, of the .Granby smelter, was in town several days  this week, putting in the switchboads  at the new compressor house, by which  laps out of the 20 required.  complete.  Houses to   Rent,  everything.  Buy anything, sell  (Church Services  I Tomorrow.  ]  Church of England���St John's  Mission; services each S-inday as lol-  lows: Holy Communion 8 a. m.:  Morning Prayer 11 a. m., Evening  Prayer 7.30 p. 111. Standard time. All  seats free   Rev. E. P. Flewelling, vicar.  St. Andrews' Presbyterian Church,  Service tomorrow at 11 a. m. and  7:30 p. in. Sunday school and Jliblc  class at 2:30 p. m. Midweek meeiinp  Wednesday at 7 30 p.m. Rev. V. M  Purdy, B. A., pastor.  Methodist���u a. in. Talks on the  Life of Christ. 3 p.m., Sunday school  as usual. 7.30 p. m., evening ser  vice.   Rev. T. Green, B. A , pastor.  The Ironsides  E  Miners' Shoes made to order,  and repairing promptly done'  ijive me a call.  B. MALANDRINI,  Cor. Old Ironsides Avenue and First St.  pfioeuix General Hsspilal.  Notice is hereby given that the general annual-meeting of the Phoenix  General Hospital will be held in the  hospital on Saturday, January 10,  1903, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon,  for the transaction of general business  and the election of officers.  R. B. Bouchei,  Acting St'cy-Treas.  "" ""* " "���"���'"S'XWHSUKJ  _. ..._   , , _,       Lately Milner, the photographer, of  power can be turned on  to the city Jate, has been making a number of ex  system.  cellent interior views, such as offices,'  At next Thursday night's fancy dress parlors, sitting rooms, etc. Call on  carnival at the rink a special race has him if you wish anything of this kind,  been arranged between City Clerk This week the C. P. R. had serious  Matheson and J. E. W. Thompson, of trouble with |;wo engines. One ran  the postoffice store, for $25 a side, off the slip at Ilobson intp the Colum-  "hompson is to give  Matheson two bia river,according to report,and the  TRANSFER OF LICENSE.  Notice 18 hereby given that at the next  fitting of the license oHiiinifcsioiiers for  the city of Phoenix I intend to apply  for a transfer to Frank Amlerfion of the  license which I hold losell liquor l��v ic-  tail in thi Central hotel, situated on Old  Ironsides avenue. Phoenix, B. C.  Dated at Phoenix, B. C, this lit day  of November, 1902.  AUGL'HT jACKbOS.  Union goods:���You will find the  best lines of union made cigars and  tobaccos, at Albin's News Depot.  A new line of cigai sat Albin's News  Depot.    Have you tiied them ?  Cotton rags wanted at the Pioneer  office. Highest price paid. Bring  'em along and get-your money.  \ I Mortimer,  AGENT,  Gravks-Wii.i.iams ,Phoknix,H.��.  ' .    Block,. "'-.-���    --  l'.OJlo* 33.  CITY BAKERY  Victoiia AveiiU'', Phoenix, B. C.  In Cottage llottl,  We make-a specialty  of Family ar\d Hotel  trade. *  Free delivery to all pailH o{ the city.  J. S. McCAGUE, Prop,  Skate Sharpening  -'      PROM PLY DONE  Chas, Sandberg, Phoenix, B,C,  Leave ukiili's at McHae'e Store.  -  Complete  f%  Stamp Mill  Equipments,  ���Wffift\��  STRICTLY MODERN  DESIGNS,  USING  HIGH grade;material ONLY.  t=aEi=i��  Power   Plants    Mining   and   Hoisting  Machinery.  ��� WENCKES  1K<U^fLACHINE  ^    TOM  OMPANY  Head Office-anil Works:  Lansdowne Street,  Sherbrooke, Quebec  Canada.  Stocks rariieil ut -  KoBslaml and Greenwood, B. C.  m  ie V��� V. & E. is  And Real Estate in Phoenix will never be cheaper than it is today.  Phoenix has now leached that stage where its permanence is assured, and  now is the tin)e to secure a home or business, pioperty.  I have some houses to rent at reasonable rates.   Call and see me.  G. W. RUMBERGER,  Dominion Avenue.  Telephone No. 28-  PHOENIX, B. C.  other was djtched at Grand Forks.  "fla  V 8  ���AS  1 *f  *2.  r     it  u  ���to  I  It':  *"*

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