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 -*l*  ��K  '*,*  Boundary Mines Sent  Out 500,000 Tons of  Ore in J 902. a &  toncer.  Phoenix is the Centre  and Leading Mining  Camp of Boundary*  Devoted to the Interests xdt.me^Botmaary Mining: District.  W;  Vol. IV.  .-_���-.-   PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLU>, j'./'l SATURDAY JANUARY 24,   1903.  No  11.  SNOWSHOE  MEETING  Ring off the OH  Ring in the New.  Supt.  Astley's  Report  Submitted.  Was  SHOWS MANY. IMPROVEMENTS MADE  m  irhinery, etc.     I,  siding to tht t -jf<  ery of fuel.     '! >,:  the main lii e v<  fiin; it is grat,  ,the distance; r  Tlie smah <>  ' We,liave,beeu carrying all the  'different1 .makes".'of Slioes,   but  since we .have put in stock  the  GENUINE SLATER   SHOE,  we have found it impossible to  dispose of the other Shoes, so by  this we will ring off all the other  makers' Shoes at COST PRICE.  ���' Every   man" who   wears   the  Genuine Slater Shoe realizes that  there is something that ��� makes  -them better than others.    They  -~area'"little later and more snappy  iu style;.a little more fashionable  _i�� appearance; a little better finished and a little lower iu price  than others of the same grade.  We'also have the Goodyear  American 'Rubbers in all styles  and. shapes. Why not wear the  best?   Same price as others.  We are now offering special  _ bargains in Ladies' and Children's  ��hge��. Ladies Shqes,-trice jine  at $3 to #4, to be cleared at $2  per pair. Children's, $1 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,  .Read g| (be Second Ordinary Qeaeril Meet-  laf, Held In Loidoa, England, December  31, 1902.  1 Hunter-Kendricit  PHOKNIX  GREKNWOOD  GRAND FORKS  SANDON  The balance of our Xmas stock of China  Ware will be sold at the ACTUAL COST.  The variety is still well up to the mark, and  there are several 4 and 3 piece sets still un-  sold: This will give you a chance to replenish youj; stQQk of di��hes for very little money.  f)rop in early, and so get first choice.  4 *���  Not much use in commenting on our usual big  stock of GROCERIES and PROVISIONS. AH merchants are big value givers these daysf yef we think,  rafter investigation, you will find us here with the  goods at prices that are money savers to you, quality  "considered./;..  f  \  Our,HARDWARE stock is replete With  iigjQO^^from/.the'best..jAarkets of the world.  Do not forget that we sell Sewing Machines.  Altogether, we begin 1903 in good shape and in  the very best condition to cater to the public.  We solicit your patronage*  The second ordinary genera! meeting of die Snowshoe Gold and Copper  Mine!;, Ltd., owning and operating the  Snowshoe mine in this camp, v���is held  at the company's offices, in London,  .England, on the 31st of December,  1902. At^that meeting the report of  ���the supeuntendent, J: \V. Astley, was  submitted for the approval of the shareholders. The report was as follows:  1'mofnix, B. C. Nov. 10, 1002.  Gkntlkmen:���  I herewith beg to submit my report  of operations on (he Snowshoe mine  fiom June 30th, 1901, to September  30th, 1902.  The number of lineal feet of under-  gjPljnd development, comoqsed of  diifts, crosscuts, raises and winzes, to  the 30th of September, was 5,766 feet,  and including the thiee compartment  shaft, 296 leet, brings the total tp 6,-  062 feet. Of this amount 1,737 ^ecl  have been driven in the fifteen months  under consideration. This does not  include any of the suiface cuts, etc.,  which extend over a large nrea.  Nine thousand and sixty-six (9,066)  tons o( ore haye been shipped, to the  smelters, and of fhis amount 3,237  tons were shipped in September. In  September, 1901, a large area of ground  was stripped, leaving the ore exposed  and ready for extraction. It is from  this pait that most oi the ore has been  shipped and is being quanied at the  present time.  In addition to the old buildings, the  following have been erected and put  into use: Bunkhotrse, a two story  frame building, well ventilated and fitted, with wash and bath tubs; boarding house, with spacious dining room  and mess rooni for staff; superintendent's house, foreman's house, officej  building, compressor house, boiler  house, ore bin. The timber has been  ordered for the followiiii>:. Ore bins  on new railway spur, with capacity for  2,500 tons; headworks over new shaft,  and hoist building.  : In December last the order 'was given for the new compressor, but it was  not delivered till June, and was installed and put into use on August 1 ith.  It is the high pressure half of a Rand  Corliss Cross compound, condensing  steam and compound- ajr .com.pres.sor,  and, is so constructed that it can be  operated by either steam or electricity.  The half at present in use is driven by  steam, and is guaranteed "to' supply]  power for ten 3^ inch diillsat an altitude of 5,000 feet above sea level. A  five inch air main-was put down from  the compressor tp a second air receiver,  situated at a central point,, and from  there the air is conveyed through small:  er pipes to the different vvoi kings.'  Two 80 h. p. boilers, of the return  type, set in brjck, were installed with  the compressor. These boilers are  built of steel plate, haying a tensile  strength of 60,000 pounds per square  inch, and are designed to carry a working pressure of 150 pounds per square  inch.  The new shaft is a three compartment shaft, each compartment being  4^ feet by 5 feet in the clear of timbers. Two compartments will be used  for hoisting purposes,'and the third for  air and water pipe lines, manway, etc.  The location ol the shaft was finally  determined upon as being the best position for handling the ore bodies, at  present developed, and for exploring  below the present workings. The shaft  is down 296 feet, and as soon as the  necessary pocket arrangements are  made for loading the skips, prospecting  the ore body below the No. 2 level will  be resumed.  Three sidetracks have been graded  and rails laid on the property. The  first ore put in was to the present ore  bin, and will accommodate eight ore  dump cars, and is also used for unloading supplies, such as timbers, ma-  '/second is a short  , rcsor for the deliv-  third is a spur from  .je site of the new ore  and rails laid most of  -t'i,8op feet long.  trie light plant, rated  at 80 16 c. p. lamps, was at first rented, it being understood that the Cascade Power Co. would furnish us with  light. -   However, the' completion of  their plant was postponed from time to  time, and it became necessary to purchase a small plant sufficient for present requirements.  During the directors' visit here it was  decided to operate, the hoist for the  shaft by electric power,' to -,be supplied  by the Cascade Power Co.' A 150 h.  p. doublejconjcal drum .electric hoist  has been secured, and Will be ready to  place in position at soon as the build  IS THE BEST  OF NEWS  Boundary Mining Notes.  Granby Dividends Commence  Soon.  MR. CRAVES SAYS IN FOUR MONTHS  Smeller Hit Never Treated Ore of Leu Value  Tkaa $5 Per Toa-About the New America! Director!.  ing is sufficiently completed to house  it. The concrete foundation is now  completed.. ''. ,  Skips of two ton capacity each will  be used in the shaft And operate' in  balance A head frarnt has been designed for the automatic dumping of  these skips, and will be constructed  with head room sufficient for a rock  crusher if found necessary at any time.  The new ore bins and railway spur  to them will be situated at a point 52  feet lower in elevation than the present  tunnel, (known as the railway tunnel.)  If found necessary,^ rock crusher can  be installed, and all'fyck crushed before delivery to the ore liitis.  The low price of copper, together  with th^closing down.of the smelters  during pari of the sunimer, on account  of the Fernie coal' strike, had a very  depressing effect on the Boundary djs-  trfct.- However, the cqke difficulty  has been settled. -The smelters have  all resumed operations and are making  active preparations for increasing their  output*. Freight charges on ore have  been reduced, with the probability of  a still further reduction when the Great  Northern railway-system, hs built into  Phoenix.  The price of copper has undoubtedly reached the lowest point, and is recovering. In short, everything points  to the future successful operation of  these large ore deposits of the Boundary ^district.  In conclusion, I wish to express my  appreciation of the willing assistance 1  have received -from   Mr. Trevorrow,  Mr. Tonilinson and Mr.  Bannantyne.  -   Yours faithfully,  J, W. Astley, Supt.  -Annual Meeting Results. .  At the annual meeting of. the Snow-  shoe; mine, at which, the above report  was read, addresses were delivered by  ..the chairman, the Earl of Chesterfield,  and by Anthony J. McMillan, the managing director, and M/r..G,.. S,. Water-  low; Yice:criairm,ain1 al" of which, were  received by .{lie shareholders jn a most  satisfactory manner, The building of  a smelter was referred to, and it is more  than likely to take definiteform at an  early date. In the meantime, a reduction of freight rates to the custom smelters has been promised by President  Shaughnessy, of the G. P; R. .'as soon  as the tonnage is increased, it being  now from 200 to 250 tons daily.  Mr. Waterlow spoke enthusiastically  of the prospects, ol {he S.n.Qwg'io.e, and  made the important announcement that  an offer had been made for the prop  erty on the basis of there being a million tons of ore in sight, and that the  tonnage had not been overestimated.  The accounts which were submitted  showed a satisfactory state of the finances of the company, and the retiring  director, the Earl of Chesterfield, was  reappointed to that position. The other  directors are Geo. S. Waterlow, I). L.,  J. P., Chas! Gqy Pyrn, M, P., Or. H.  Lewis Jones and A- J- McMillan.  ���ft is evident that the Snowshoe Gold  and Copper Mines, Ltd., is one of the  strongest companies operating in the  Boundary district, and that its prospects for proving a profitable undertaking are of the brightest.  B. C. Miners' ��� Association.  A provincial British. Columbia Miners' association'has been formed as. a  result of several meetings held at Victoria by delegates of the mining interests from every section of the province,  and on February 25th a congress of  the representatives of the local mining  associations throughout the province  will be held there to finally form the  Miners' Association of British Columbia with headquarters at yjc'W'V  "Within four months the Granby  company expects to commence the payment of dividends," said Jay.P.Graves,  manager of the Granby company, to  a Spokane reporter last Monday. "At  a meeting of the company, held in  Montreal on the 15th of the month,  President S. H. C. Miner made the  official announcement of the fact. I  am not in a position to say what the  dividends will be, but they will be of  respectable size on our issued capital  of $'3i35��i9,����- Qf course, we are  prognosticating the dividends on the  expectation that we shall have no untoward difficult), such as a further  break in our coal and coke supply.  "At the meeting in Montreal five  new American directors were added to  the board, making 12 in all, and I feel  safe in saying that the Granby now has  the strongest directorate of any copper  company in the United States. The  men whom, we have added, include  John Stanton, statistician on coppei  for the American government and  president of the great Osceola Copper  Company of Michigan, who is recognized as one of the leaders in the metal  industry in this country. Then we  have Wm. H. Nicholls, president of  the Nicholls Chemical Company of  New York and head of the General  Chemical Company,_a successful $40,-  ooc,ooo.trusts George Martin Luther, a director, secretary and manager  of the Nicholls Company, is another  director. The fourth is Jacob Langa-  loth, president of the American Metals  Company, the largest selling agent ot  metals in the world- Lastly we have  Clement Houghton, a Boston capitalist  who his been heavily, interested 111 the  Michigan copper fields and is in the  Amalgamated Copper company.  Ore Runs Over $5 Per Ton.  "The old directors include Presideiu  Miner, \V. H. Robinson, A.G.FIumer-  felt, J.H. McKechnieol Granby, Que.,  and Fayette Brown of Montreal, all  of whom are Canadians, and A. L.  White of New York and myself. There  are seven Americans lo five Canadians  now on the board.  'The newcomers are heavily inter-,  ested in the company and I have sold  them a. Jarge volume'of stock at $40.  share. . The corporation is now out of  deht and has its smelter in shape to  handle 1,600 tons of ore a day, while  the mine is being equipped to produce  5,000 tons a day. VVeare arranging  to increase the capacity of the smelter  to about 2,300 tons a day by the first  of June. It has been currently reporU  ed that the Granby has 15,000,000 tons  of ore in sight. I do riot care to say  more about our tonnage than that."  "It has been asserted that the Granby is treating $5 ore. Is the ore running above or below, that figure?'' Mr.  Graves was, askecj.  "We have never treated ore running  so low as $5. All our product is above  that figure, even with metals al the low  valuation which now prevails."  At the B. C. mine 47 men are on  the payroll.  Not a single ore car was received by  the Granby mines last Wednesday, although there was an order for 40 or 50.  The daily coke needs of the three  Boundary smelters amounts to 350  tons. The amount received does not  yet reach this figure.  The Miner-Graves syndicate, owners of )he California mine, at Rossland,  have arranged to lease the ten drill  compressor plant to the Giant.  George S. Wrtterlow, J. P., vice-  chairman o( the -Snowshoe Gold and  Copper Mines, has been added to the  directorate of the Le Roi Mining Co.,  Ltd.  About 300 men are now employed  at the Granby mines, which force will  be somewhat increased as soon as the  smelter can operate its full battery of  four furnaces continuously, which will  be as soon as a continuous coke supply  is assured.  The last car of ore from the Providence mine, sent to the Trail smelter  last week, gave a net return to the shippers of $2,405.41, after payment of  the freight and treatment rate of $15  per ton. 'The gross weight of the ore  was 42,160 pounds.  HOCKEY-- _- :  CURLING  Local Sports Had Many Good'  Games.  PHOENIX CU8LERS STRICTLY IN IT  Santo'* Crack Hockey Team la Play "la  Pfeoeafx Moodav���City Eaffcs rs Onnby  Eafles.  ���!'.'  ORE CRUSHER  IS RUNNING  Granby's Huge Machine Started Wednesday.  LARGEST OF KIND IN THE DOMINION  Working Smoothly, and Will be Operated 10  Hours Dally, Crushing 1,500 Tons of the  Knob Hill Ore.  Last Wednesday all the wire connections having been made.thenew  orecrusher, ordered last May by the  Granby Co., was started in operation.  It has been 'ready for some time and  only awaited the coming of the electric current from Cascade.  The' initial run of the huge machine  was eminently satisfactory to Supt,  Williams, who will have it operated 10  hours daily, in which time it will  crush 1,500 tons of Knob Hill ore.  1 .ater another machine of the same type  will probably be installed at the Old  Ironsides ore bins.  The crushc is of, the Blake-Farrel 1  type, and is the largest machine of its  kind in Canada. The chilled steel  jaws will take a,piece' of rock 36x42  inches, and it is fitted with swing jaw  and pitman. It was furnished by the  Jenckes Machine Co.) of Sherbrooke,  Quebec., The freight on one of the  several cars in the shipment was over  $2,000.  To operate, the crusher a 100 h. p.  electric motor was secured from the  Canadian General Electric Co.  This last week there has been a-ver':  itable galaxy of winter sports, several  hockey matches being"played, not tp  speak of the good record the Phoenix  curlers made at the Rostand bon-  spiel. ,-   ,   , >    '  ' Last Saturday night the Grand  Forks hockey team arrived by specia}  train, with about 40 others. A good  game was the result, the visitors win:  ning by a score of 7 to 2. Afterwards,  the visitors were entertained at supper  at the Knob Hill hotel.  This week the crack Sandon hockey'  team is making a tour of the Boundary.    I asi night they played in Grand '  Forks, tonight a game  will  be had i  with the Greenwood puck'chasers and ���  Monday night they will appear at the.  Phoenix rink.    The local hockey club  is making special  preparations for the  event,-and propose to give the Sunless  City hockey boys a  royal good  time. '  Game will be called  at eight o'clock,' ���  mine time, and  those wishing seats'  should go early.  Thursday night an interestiug game  of hockey was played between the City -  Eagles and   the Granby Eagles.    The.  City   Eagics  consisted  of   Marshall,  Karatofsky.   Shea,   McAuliffe,   Laird,  and Jenkins, while the Granby Eagles  were Dean, Fleming, Brown, DriscoII,  Newell and  Bongard.    Mess. Hunter  and Hall were umpires and  Tommy <  Lyons referee.    After a hot game and  many brilliant plays, the  Granby Eagles won by a score of 8 to 2.  After the game an elaborate banquet was served at the Bellevue hotel,  and many gen s in the way of song  and speech were. delivered by the  sixty odd guests present. . Lack of  space prevents further mention.  Last   Saturday   Rossland .defeated  Greenwood at  hockey by a score of 6'  to 2.  ������0-0-0-(XK>-0-0-<>0-0~9  !lK. KENNEDY IS HERE.  ���ToSecureVJiE, Right!  Last night Jaiues  H. Kenne-  *dy, chief engineer of the V., V.  'iSj' E.,  accompanied   by C.  A.  1 IlesBrisay, right  of way agent,  .arrived   here   and   ��hey   mean,  business.    They are now engaged in securing  the  right of way  *for the line in this   locality, and'  1 Mr. Kennedy assured   the   Pio-  I neer that active   construction by |  .P.-Welch, the contractor, would,  ^ begin as soon as the snow goe<^  "This  coming fall," said Mr.  1 Kennedy, "you can   board a Gt.  fNorthern train   in   Phoenix and'  >land in Spokane without change!  lofcars.    We shall   build up the<  Fourth ofJuly creek survey and.  reach Phoenix via Summit camp ,  and Providence creek.    We are  'now securing   the right  of way  (wherever needed.    That for the!  (spur to the Granby smelter is already secured a,nd  partway up(  Fourth of Jjujy creek.'-'  George L. McNichol, storekeeper at  the Granby mines, returned Tuesday  from a two weeks' trip to his old home  at Sheibrooke, Quebec, where he was  called by the death ol his mother.  Miss Ray Flewelling returned early  in the week horn a thiee weeks' visit  to her sister, .Mrs. S. J. Towgood, at  Sandon.  Won Grand Challenge Cup.  The Phoenix curlers���I.Crawford,'  O. B. Smith, T.F.Hardy and Dr. R.B.  Boucher, skip ��� have been covering  themselves with glory at the Rossland  bonspiel this week, beating repeatedly  many of the best rinks in the Koote-  nays. They are expected home today  and should bring a trophy cup or two  with them.  Late last night the news came that  the Phoenix curle.s won the Grand  Challenge Cup.  J. E. W. Thompson, of the firm of  Morrin, Thompson & Co., left this  week for a visit to his old home at Warren Outaiio, 'expecting to be gone for a  couple of months. He went by way  of Spokane.  Work on laying out the hew one  room school house for Eholi, the con-  tractois of which aie Dinning & Dunp-  sey, of Greenwood, was started this  week.  BOUNDARY ORE SHIPMENTS.  The fallowing table given the ore shipments or Boundary mines lor 1900. for 1901 ami  for 1902, as reported to the Phoenix Pioueer���  iooo  64,538  aii-  Granby Mities, Phoenix   Snowshoe, ''  Brooklyn, "           Sfother Lode, Peadwood. ......  Sunset, " ,,   Morrison, "   B. C. Mine, Summit   R. Bell, "   Emma, "        Winn'pcg,     Wellington   Golden Crown,       "          Athelstan, "   King Solomon, W.Copper   U No. 7 Mine, Central   City of Paris, "        Jewel, Long Lake    Ciirmi, Weal. Pork  ...      Providence,     Providence v,,       ....  Ruby,      Boundary Fal|a..   Miscellaneous .........^      8,230  5,340  19,494  1,076  2.250  1,200  2,000  Total, tons    99,730  Granby Smelter treatment, tons    62,837  1901  231.762.  1.731  99,034  802  ,    150  47,405  560  650  1,040  '550  875  665  S50  890  80  3,456  390,000  230.828  Past  Week        1902  4.910 309,858  1,500   20,800  2.464  240  690  840  141 3?6  7,455  15,024  8530  785  625  482  2,175  172  325  10,650 507.758  6,232 312,340  liteMMffllffl^^ s i  $ r  El-  felt:  in-  J"*-  &  tSK  31^f   ,^^*^-*  K'  P'ipt  Pi  i  fik- - - -  iVf ���  ?!  M     ���  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  *ttm      r-kf t       TV Iful executive ability, the possession of  ThC PhoeniX. rlOneer*|whkh  means the difference between  success and failure. The shareholders  of the LeRoi are suiely to be congratulated on this appointment. It is a  toregone conclusion that, after years  of stockjobbing and manipulation, the  great Rossland mine is to be opeiatcd  for the benefit of the shareholders as a  whole, rather than for the purpose of  working the maiket for a lew shaiks.  ICSUXD OH SATURDAY BY THE  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO,  -   .   - AT PHOENIX, B. C  W. B. WILLCOX. Manager.  _ .    .       .1 Bniineu office No. 14.  TelephosU   J Man8ger's residence, No. 15.  eoBscmrnoxs i�� advance.  S3 Oc  30f  Per TTe��r-~  - ~   Six Months -   To Foreign Countries   If you ��re not* subscriber to this paper, tin  IS an Invitation to vou to become one.  Advertising rates furnished on application.  Legal notices 10 and s cents per line.  Four weekly insertions constitute one month ������  adrertialna-.'  1903   JAN.  190s 1  S��a. Mm; T����t. Wed. Thu.  Frl. Sat.  1  2 3  4 5 6 7 8  9 10  U 12 J3 14 15  16 17  J8 19 20 21 22  23 24  25 26 27 28 ,29  30 31  Last week in South Carolina the  lieutenant-governor did not like some  thing-an editor said about him in  print,' so he shot the said editor and  killed him at the first opportunity. In  British Columbia they do thjngs differently. When, the powers that be object to editorial utteiances they simply  place the editor in jail.  Recent.reports are to the effect that  two Boundary .mines will, in all prob  , ability, begin to pay dividends before  theend:iof this year.   These mines  are the Granby and Snowshoe, both  located in  Phoenix camp.     As no  mines in' the Boundary have yet entered the dividend  paying class, the  s year<bf 1903 in the Boundaiy will be  .notable for something beside the large  tonnage of ore'   v   -  Last week's announcement, that the  present able board of directors of the  Granby Co. had been supplemented  by the addition of several men in the  very front in American copper circles,  is a most important one to this section,  It strengthens the hands of an already  strong corporation ��� the backbone of  the Boundary���and will bring it even  more prominently to the notice of the  copper mining world.  STRICTLY   BUSINESS  The successful advertiser is the con  st.uit adveitiser.  A good advertising man should also  be a good business man.  Do not brag about jourself. If any  bragging is to be done, have your customers do it.  Better a crude ad that tells a story,  or iccords a fact, than the most artistic without meaning.  General Giant said, "I will .fight it  out on this line if it takes all summer."  Keep your eye on your business. That  is )OUi line.  If a man has siuceiity behind his  statements and can make people believe that he is light, it is bound to  creates a favorable impression and  bring his atore into popularity.  B. G  j  i  14*���������������������*���****  PROVINCIAL NOTES. |  "For several years the only star.in  the newspaper firmament ot this province was the Similkameen Star, of  Princeton. Last week, however, a  new attraction appeared upon the horizon in the shape of the Golden Star,  issued in the town of the same name.  It is a six column four page weekly,  and,is neatly printed and well edited.  May its future be as golden as its  name, and may it escape the journalistic graveyard to which two or three  of its predecessors have gone.       ,  Rossland has shut down on gambling.  Rossland boasts a snow fall this winter of SS.35 inches.  The municipal voters' list ol Sandon  numbeis but 46 names.  The Kaslo skating rink, a fine  slructuie, has been damaged by  fire.  The writ foi the West Yale by-election has been issued, returnable March  2nd.   ' l  The largest hotel at Morrisey, was  burned'down last Saturday night, one  life being lost.  Vancouver carpenters demand an  eight-hour day from April 1st and Saturday half-holiday.  J. P. Earngey, .lately editor of the  Rossland Miner, has recently returned  to Pat Portage, Ont., after being given  a banquet at Rossland.  Harry Matheson, of the Frank Sentinel, foimerly of Silverton, was mai-  ried in Spokane latt week to Mrs. E  L. liradshaw, of Rathdium, Idaho.  There are more Indians in British  Columbia than any otber piovince of  the Dominion. The'Indian population was 25,000 last year, an increase  of nearly 500 over pievious year.  Last year the lumbering industiy of  East and West Kootenay attained pro-  poi lions greatei than at any previous  period, and the ensuing year will see  fuither advances on an equally important Scale.   NEWSPAPER MEN FOREGATHER.  If there is one thing  more than another that the peopleof Phoenix should  heartily support to the extent of their  ability, it is the Phoenix General Hospital. "The institution  is  thoroughly  modern and is well conducted with a  splendid nursing staffL and it is a boon  to the entire community.     It would  certainly be a graceful act ot appreciation if the city council would   make a  monthly appropriation for the hospital,  st is done in some other cities. Funds  are constantly needed.   Think it over,  gentlemen..   " ���  ^Neyer, since the Boundary railway  was built, some four years ago, have  the divisional officials of the C. P. R.  been so much "up against it" in operating the line as they have been this  winter. In eight or ten years there  has not been as much snow as we  hstye this season. "As a result the demand, for power has been far greater  than .could be supplied���especiallyin  the Boundary country. The divisional officials are doing the best they  can ,under the circumstances, and il  their requests for additional motive  power were complied with, it would  greatly simplify the situation, notwith-  staadirsg the heavy snows.  St Is 00 ���small tribute to one of the  ^adet prominent of Boundary mining  saten���A./. McMillan���that he was  te* week caade managing director of,  &3 ����&<i ��&ne. Mr. McMillan, as  tf^Kgwg. -director of the Snowshoe  '&&HS, *ajcb position he 4,ti)l holds,  feSSSihoB'jr that rare attribute, success-  Anooal General Meeting ol the Interior Press  Association.  The annual geneial meeting of the  Interior Press Association of British  Columbia took place in Nelson last Sun  day, there being a good representation  of the 25 papeis included in the asso  nation's membeiship. '  Several matters of importance to the  publishers of newspapers were dealt  with, including the preparation of, mod  ifkation of, and amendments to existing legislation affecting newspaper in  terests, to be submitted at the next  session of the legislature.  Officers for the ensuing year were  elected as follows:  President, F. J. Deane, The Daily  News, Nelson.  Vice-president, F. E. Simpson, The  Herald, Cranbrook,  Secretary-treasurer, T. McNaught,  Halcyon Hot Springs.  Executive committee, W.B. Willcox,  The Pioneer, Phoenix; C.E.Smitherin-  gale, The Drill, Slocan; W.MacAdams,  The Paystreak, Sandon; E.A. Hoggen,  The Kootenay Mail, Revelstoke; J.D.  Taylor, The Columbian, New Westmin  ster, and C. E. Race, The Miner,  Rossland.  Invitations from the boards of trade  ot Cranbrook, Phoenix and Slocan City  to hold the next annual meeting of the  association in their respective cities,  were read and suitably acknowledged,  the matter of the place of next meeting  be ng let in the hands of the executive,  .Maps Free.  , The Illinois Central Railway office,  at Portland, Oregon, has a small sup  ply of nicely mounted wall maps of the  United States, 32 x 38 jnche'g, also  Cuba and Porto Rico, enlarged. If  you will send us ten cents, in stamps,  we will prepay the postage and 'send  you one of these handsome maps, by  return mail. *   ,  If you intend going east, or know of  any one coming west, from any point  east or south of St. Paul, Omaha or  St. Louis, we would appreciate the  opportunity of writing to you or your  friends about the details. We say that  is the purpose of this advertisement,  but the maps are free. Addres, B. H  Trumbull, j.^ Third St, Portland, O  The Le Roj will increase its output  to 20,000 tons monthly,    , '  Slocan City divisioi mines have  shipped 223.tons of ore this year.  Republic mines shipped 602 tons ol  ore to the Granby smelter last week.  ; Rossland mines shipped 8J036 tons  last week, making 14,057 tons for 1903.  The: Fisher Maiden, Slocan lake," will  ship 1,000 tons of ore to the Trail  smelter"; ��� ,v.",/"'\ .   \;;;. .'���:.'  The Ivanhoe, .Slocan, has signed a  contract to ship its zinc concentrates  to Iola, Kansas: 1  Atlin cleaned up $600,000 this year,  and next year it is expected that, the  output will be doubled.   <  Slocan mineowners stale there is  little doubt that a zinc concentrator  will be erected in the camp shortly.  Suit has been brought" against the  Lanyon Co., who are buying zinc ores  in Slocan, for infringement of patent.  The Trout Lake Topic says Spyglass  oie navc an assa>' ��f 2>74�� ozs-  s'ivei  and $120 gold, or a value of $1,915  per ton.  The volume of business passed  through the mining recording office at  New Denver showed a marked decrease  over that of the previous year.  It is stated on good authoiity that  the smeltei= now operating in Biiiish  Columbia have agieed to inciease the  zinc limit from eight to ten per cent.  According to the Spokesman-Review  the Sullivan Mining company has'made  arrangements to raise one hundred  thousand dollars for the completion ol  the work on the Marysville smeller.  The output of the Crow's Nest Pass  coal mines for December was 43'633  tons, an ave'iage ol about 1,745 daily.  It is estimated that the output tor 1903  will reach a total of 1,000,000 tons, a  daily production of about 3,500 tons.  At the present time,there are close  to 800 men employed in Rossland  mines.- The Le Roi has 360 employees, the War Eagle and Centre Stai  mines 312, the Kootenay 40, thejosie  50, the White Bear 15, the Velvet 20.  For December the Nettie L. shipped  400 tons of oie valued at" $40,000.  The Silver Cup shipped 204 tons valu  ed at $25,635. The value of the Cup'.-,  shipments this year will be, $142,000  and of the Nettie'L. $75,000. The  Topic estimates the Lardeau shipped  ore this year to the value of $250,000.  Ontario Mayors.  Following is a list of the newly elected mayors in the principal cities ol  Ontario :  Toronto���Thos. Uiquhart.  "Hamilton���J. W. Morden.  Guelpli���J. H. Hamilton.  Kingston���Aldeiman Bell.  London���Mayor Beck, re-elected.  Forest���Chas. McLean.  Woodstock���John White.   '  Gait���Hugh Cant.  Brock ville���Mayor Harrison.  St. Mary's���F. Butcher.  Paris���David Brown.  Walkerton���S. W. Vogan.  Qshawa���F. L. Fowken.  Sarnu-rrThomas^H. Cook.  Clinton���=Mayor Jackson.  Windsor���J. W. Drake.  St. Thomas-��C. F. Maxwell.  BooKMitfing  AND  D. J. MATHESON.  INSURANCE AGKNT,  ','!���������";    FIKEjLlKE, ACCDKNT.  Commissioner for taking Affidavit*.,  .���"���'  Phoenix, B. C  r. a. scon,  '-.Contractor and Builder.     ;  Estimates Furnished.  ;: PHOENIX, B.C.  l��'B, KERR,  jk    Barrister and Solicitor,  / notary publict '  \'--'i'   PHOENIX, B.C  King Edward Lodge, U. D.  A. F;and A. M.;  Regular communication 8 p. m. , Ser  ond Thursday of each month.  Hmcrgent meetings ascalled; Masonlf  Halt, Morrison-Anderson Hloclc. .  W. I,. GKRMAINH,  , Secretary.  V. L. COCK.  ������������:,. ...W.M.;,  Phoenix Federal Labor Union  ���No. >S5--������   ...  "Meets-Thursdays at 8 p.hi.atMin-  .  ers' Union Hall.   KD. 11ROWN, l'ics. AUGUST' I'lLCER, Sec'y.  PHOENIX AERIr  NO. 158.  Meetings on l'rida>  ,_.      al 830p.m., Miners  !&I      Vn\M Hall.  ,Xf Visiting   bretlnen  cordially Invited.  \VM. 11AI.L. >'"��.  \VM. KLKMINO. Secy.  GEORGE GIBSON  SHAVING PARLORS  and BATHROOM.  CravcsAViltiains Block, cor.      I��||02!liX. B. C.  Kirs', and Old Ironsides Ave.      �� liUS��H��t if. v.  Do'You  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 hot by  any clique or faction. It is worth $10.00.  It costs only $2.00.  J.B.MACAUUY  an SCAVENGER  Leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office  >^��>  PHOENIX, B. G.  II. D. PaLORCIA.  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaranteed.   Imported Goods.  KINE HOOTS AND S1IOKS MADE TO  ORDER. !���  PRACTICAL   MINERS'  AND   PROSPECTORS' SHOES   A SPECIALTY.  CorMr Ph��eilxSl.Md Brooklyn Ave.   j   O  Phoenix Home Brewed  A  NE.W^  ,-     EDITIONY   ,  Webster^  iNTEfiNAHONiUL  DlCTIONARYf  A Dictionary of ENGLISH,  Biography. Geography, FlctUo, ale  New Plates Throufhc|Ut  25,000   New  Words  Phrases,   and   Definition* .  i  Prepared under the direct  ,    supervision of W.T; HARRIS' ���  Ph.D., IX.D., United Sute����  Commissioner of Education,  gssisted by a Jarge corps of  >    competent PpefiRliffS-.  lUch Bindings ��a*4 Fag*��  5000 Illustrations  n^ The International was first issued  in- 1S90, succeeding the " Unabridgtd"  The New Edition of the International  was issued in October, 1900. _^ Get''the  latest and best. ���   �������� -  We also publish >  Webster's    Collegiate    Dictionary  with Glossary of Scottish Words and Phrases.  " First class in quality, second class in sixe."  ��@����  Of every (Jescfjptipu cau be. obtained, at Easter^ Prjpgs at the  DAILY NEWS,  NELSON, B.-C.  Fifst class work and stock guar-  anteed. ' Estimates furnished.  20 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 f.fce  \[' INTERNATIONAL  '-    CORRESPONDENCE ���;  SCHOOLS,  of Scranton, Pa. Write for  catalogues, prices and details to Max R. Hopkins,  Representative, Pox 751,  Rossland. B. C.  Specimen pages, etc ol hoth  oo^lts'scnf pn Application.  G,6G.MERRlAMG9.  Publishers  Springfield,' Mas*.��  PELLEW-HARVEY,  BRYANT & GILMAN  VANCOUVER, B. C.  M PROVINCIAL   pi  ASSAYERS   L|  THE  VANCOUVER ASSAY OFFICE  Established 1899.  Minerals Identified and Their Values Ex-  plaiUed-    FREE OF CHARGE.  Have You n Piece or Doublfiil Rock?   Just I  Moil it to us.   Mill and smelter tests up to  4oco lbs.   Checking Assays a Specialty.  Uieued by a Home Institution lias proven the test and has made a  host of Friends who testify to its Good Qualities -- "     ','-,    >���  \  I PHOENIX BREWERY  Sg ' JULIUS MUELLER, Proprietor -./.���  4S Corner Standard Ave. and Banner St..' Phoenix ^  l ion billing works  ��������������� JAS McCREATH. Prop ������������  w JOBBERS IN WINES, BEER AND CIGARS  SS Sole' Ajjitill for Kckhwiuetlen Seltcm' lllue I.uU-l liiuild tlie most  licnlthriil and rrlroihing of Mineral Walels. <   Agent for   PABST BEER  Complete Line of Sample,  GREENWOOD  ,R. GREIGER,  Manager ������������  NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP  Notice is hereby given that the pari  net ship heielolbre subsisting between  us, the undersigned, as Geneial Agents  in the town of Phoenix, Biitish Columbia, has this day been dissolved b)  mutual consent. All debts owing the  said partnership"are to be paid to E.  \V. Monk at the city ol* Greenwood,  and claims against the partnership are  to be presented jo the said E.W.Mcnk,  by whom the same wfll be setfjed.  Dated Pt (jregnwood,   B   C;   this  22nd day of November A. I). 1902.  '      . E. W, Mq'wk.      .  V. 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 cigais   that  will suit you to a '1'.  OOOOOO  w  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.  Having taken the Phoenix (  >Skating Rink for the winter, I}  thope. 10 do business with-all my,  old/frjends and many new ones.  - J am running it for fhe money'  Uhere is in it, but expect to giye(  I value for your money.  Watch for further announce**  iments.    They'll interest you.  (Season Tickets:   ���"  "-'���-  For M��n .��� $5.00 ^  Fpr Ladies  3.50  1'or Boys ,2-9P,'  -* ��   *  THE MILWAUKEE  ' A fumiliar name for the Cliic.au->, Mil  wankt-e '& fct. Pmil Railway, known all  over tlie'^piijoii as'tjie Great i'ailwa\  runniiie tjip".'*Pioneer )���tmite<l" 1 tains  wverv (Jfty ftpd night between St. Paui  and Ctiici>(jQ, and Uinalia and Cliiraito.  "The only perfect trains in tin- worl I."  Uiiilerattimli, Cupiifi'tionH .are iua:l  with All!jrwwontiniMiliil I imi'h, asuin  ing to paesenserg the best oervice known.  F.uxuri>ns��)aeh��8, eleeiric li-jhl",clean  heat, of a verity equaled hy no olhei  line.  8ee that your ticket reads via /'Th>  Milwaukee'' when (ioin(r to any point ii  the United State* or Canada. All ticket  nfrentfl sell them.  Kor rates, piiinplilt'lH or other information, add roes, '  R. L. Ford,           H. S. Rowe,  Trov. Paa��. Agt., General Agent,  8!'OKANK,WN. l'ORTLANU.OK  ��� To Hie Stoe|f-hi>l<lpr8 of the Similkameen Vallpy C011.I fJo|ppanyf Limited,  and all whom it inny concern:  Recont development of the C'ompanv'g  coal lands and conditions that are now  occurring win rant the. Company in notifying all their stock hnlderp lo hold the  p'riee of same firm and at. a gooil t'giirc.  The Compuny are not offering Treasury  Stock at present at any' price.  '   Similkameen Vallky Coai, Co.', Ltd  JjgTJCB.       .  , Notice is hereby given that the pait-  nerBhlp between myself and H, J. Mc-  Qnaid liavinc been dissolved, all ticounts  due the Palace Livery Stable are' payable only to ma, and I will settle all  bills ngainBt said stable.  .Tons Colmnh.  Dated at Phoenix, B.C., Sept. 10,1902.  NOTICE.  1 Notice ip j)ereby given that all account?  due the undcrajgneq' must be paid immediately, or they .will be placed in the  hands of a solicitor for collection.  ���Chas. A. McCmwg & Co.  ' Phoenix, B. C, Aug. 16,'1902.  ; Alrnstrom's chocolates don't mel  this weather, but they will melt in  your mouth.  Plume or-  .i,-r�� solicited.       GREENWOOD ��nd PHOENIX, B C  palace Livery stables  The best established and legulated hostehy in the Houn-  daiy. He aie centrally located in our new stables with  a complete outfit ot Saddle and IJriving Horses. The  best of rigs.     Parlies diiven to any Boundary  point.  Mclntvre & HcDonald, Props.  HM Hill Avenue  Olil lioiisiiles  Addition  Phoenix, B. c.  ������������������������������������e���������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������  You Should Read  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  The Leading'Weekly  0/ the Boundary.  Published in the Heart of the Greatest Gold  Copper belt of British Columbia.  In 1901  the entire Boundary shipped 390,000 tons of oie,  nearly every ton of which was ledticed by  BOUNDARY SMELTERS.  Phoenix camp alone shipped 235,000 tons of oie  last year.  The Pioneer is published every. Saturday and  and is sent to any pail of Canada or the United  States for ���    -.. ���'   ���  per yeatsror the rest pf ihp wp|ld fpr $3-00   per  year.    It gives the  Latest and Most  ReliableNews  of Boundary Mines and Smelters.     It.is feailess,  and independent, and aims to be  Votir subscrjptjpn cap bpgjp at apy tjmp.-  ���j.  Address with ch��ck  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  PHOENIX, B C.  ���*-y**-n-ir>-  ^- a; >*jrjez>XX~  f  y,4  1  f     X  ('��  m  w  nU  S'&srrt?  Ss��5S5a^iiSmjiiMi��i:iii.iuiiij^uTHBia��BiMj��i^^  V< 1  1    m  J M  1   w  ������v;;r  ���zK\*4 THE PHOENIX PIONEER  j Equitable Life  ^���������'  THE OBSERVATORY   {  Things Talked oi- at  Home and Ulshhiikh:  "Strongest In the World."  f   Assets $ 33��.568>o63-49-  H. ALLENBERG, Manager,       J  605606 607 Empire State Building     ���  SPOKANE, WASH. |  <*   Surplus $70,137,170.01  ;��� L. W. MAJOR, Asst. Manager, Rossland, B. C.  I  The member  for   Kosslund  tiding,  Smith   Curtis., has  been  leceiviin; of  toniplimeniaiy (?) notices  itc'iiiiys  i P. Burns & Co.  PHOENIX  MARKET.  HEAD OFFICE KOR HOUNDARV CREEK; CUEENWOOO, II.  HEADQUARTERS, NELSON, 11, c.  ....MioWe ad toil (leaf Ikrctaiib. I  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Poiks, Sandon, Slocan City,  Silverton, New Denver, Yinir, Sahno, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  ,   Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Niagara and Phoenix.  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY; IN SEASON.  All "orders receive prompt attention.  -:iVm  PALACE EXCHANGE STAGE  LINE.  Between Phoenix and Greenwood.  Leave Pboen�� 8.30 and J.   Leave Greenwood JO and 4.  DAIfcY  ���*,*,* A. S. 4 PAW, Proprietor. I  An Unprecedented  Offer to our Subscribers.  BQTH JSEV AND QLD.  late several  fi oin public bodies in the V  i'oi the stand he is allegeu to have  taken in regard in the duty on lead,  lor which a special committee is now  fighting at Ottawa. In his own behalf Mr. Cut tis states that ri carelul  reading of his circular will show that  'ie comes to the same conclusions as do  ilie It-ad mine ouncis. He that as it  ���nay, the aforesaid public bod>cs lost  no oppoituiiity to emphatically denounce Mr. Curtis and his little pamphlet.  Of course, Mr. Curtis made some  enemies in the past, as nill any man  who expiesses positive convictions.  Some of them even go so far avto hint  Mr. Curtis is instigated by American  lailwny and smelter interests. # U'e  do not agire with all of Mr. CuitiY  ideas but we notire Uia't lie is pietiy  ijenrially endorsed by the labor ing  man, and ihe hiboiing man li.is'nu use  for a in'aii controlled by so called soulless corpoiationc,  ��i  Phoenix is the only city in the  Uoundary that did not have, ah .election contest this year. In Greenwood  ihere "'as a pretty mix-up,.the 'two  mayoiiilty candidates, G. R. Naden and  Ralph Smailes, agreeinng to withdraw  ihe night before election. A few votes  weie cast, however, and Mi. Simile1-  won. In Giand h'orks the election  was this ueek, and it was a four-cornered contest for mayor, and the hot-  Jest kind of a time was had.  live;new blast furnaces are to be installed shortly, to handle the increasing cutout o( the Boundary mines.)  This will mean steadily inci casing shipments of coal and coke from the Crow's  Nest' Pass.  Albion's News Stand has received a  fine line of Holiday Confectionery.  Do not overlook it.  BARGAINS  In Periodicals.  To Subscribers to the Phoenix Pioneer.  Anecdotal.  I  ���Those chocolates  are the kind that melt in your  mouth  I lave you tried them?  J        liy special atrangement we are able to offer  some  of the best values in  Id by Aluistrom '< periodical subscriptions >et made.    No one who  reads  should let   this oflei  for Dent furiiW  The Summit Hotel Dining Room  and   Kitchen   complete.       Most  centra] location in the city.  Apply to T. H. Richards,  Phoenix, B,C.  RE MARCUS OPPENHEIMER'S ESTATE  Al! persons having claims against  the estate of the late Marcus Oppen-  hc'imer, of Marcus, \Vash.,U. S. A.,  are it-quested to deliver the same to  the undersigned , al Phoenix, U. C.,  not lat?i than Kcbiuary i6, 1903.  R. Ii. Kerr,  Solicitor foi the Executors.  pass witout oideiing one or more of the combinations. Send them to your  fiiends as ptc-sents���a little money will ihus go a long way. The combination  price pays foi a full yeaily subsniption to each peiiodical in the club. Sub-  so iptions may be new or renewals, and will he sent to one or lo different addresses.    The Phoenix Pioneer must be included in cveiy combination.  SPECIAL LIST  Of Strong and Attractive Offers.-  CLASS A.  Phoenix Pioneer  $2 00  Success .'.  1 00  Cbsiiio|>nlitaii .  .........;....,.. 1 00  'Frank'IwcelittfH Popular .Monthly . 1 00  Everybody1!) Magazine '..... . 1 00  Hood Housekeeping  1 00  Woman's Home Companion.:.'... I 00  Birds and Nature '.'..��������� -., 1 W  CLASS B.  Review of tU-viewn  $2 60  tVorld's Work     3 00  Cuirent Literature     30o| was ��ulte ��K>titr*fot only about'half-  It la recorded ��f Mr. W. 8. Gilbert  Mat on hearing: ot the title of Henry  Arthur Jones' new play, "The PrirU  cess'* Nose," he remarked, "I hope It  may run long1."  United States Senator Hoar received  J"��r dJbe other day that ftfriend; who  had fceen aupposed to have appendicitis, was suffering not from  that all--  "if/"'. ,but   frwP    acute  Indigestion. ",  i hat is good news," said the Senator.  1 rejoice that the trouble lies in the '.  table of contents rather than In the-'  appendix." -  =   ,     ,   �����  '  B-fTu61 Ro��ers' the poet. told.of an'-/  Engl shman  and   a   Frenchman   who    <  had to fig-ht a duel. -That they might -���  nave a better chance of missing one  another, they were to fight in a dark ",  room.    The Englishman fired  up,.the -  chimney and brought down the Frenchman! "When I tell this story in Paris,"  added Bogers, "I put the Englishman  up the chimney."  James G. Blaine used to tell this  story: Once in Dublin, toward the end  or the opera, Satan was conducting  *aust tforoug-h a trap-door which represented the gates of Hades. HIa Majesty got through aai-right���he was  used to going below���but Faust, who  Country Life .  Lipiiineoit'd Miiiruzine.  Art Intercimnee. ......  Ciimichuji Mngngine'i .'  s 00  2 50  4 0t)  *? 50  The Indonpedent     2 00  , All Subscriptions May Be Either New or Renewals.  $2 00  1 00  Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto  Globe. (daily) both for One  year ..< V   Phoenix-Pioneer and Toronto  Globe, (weekly) both for One  year ::-.  Phosnix Pioneer ap-d Montreal  Daily Herald, both for One  naB.  /IncludliiK Ilandtonic l>ortiuit\  jrorr  t,of King iW����rcl, 17*Ja Inches.^   Phoenix Pioneer and New York  World, Thrice-a week, both  for one year   Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Family Herald and Weekly Star,  {>ofh one-year.. :__.���_'   $3,75  2.50  2.50  2.50  2.75  Subscriptions received to all Magazines and Periodicals at publishers lowest rates.  <   Send all subscriptions to this office.  PHOENIX  PIONEER,  phoenix; b. c.  "r-;essAtlt  *  lioiace Greely, who is remembered  as the editor who advised young men  to go west, and was known all over the  United Slates, before being defeated  for'president, as the editor of the New  York Tribune, once said:  "It '.s stiange how closely men read  >he papers, We never say anything  men don't like, but we soon hear of it.  If we happen to say a good xthiiig, we  never hear of that, nobody seem 5 to  notice it. We'pay some man a hundred puffs, and he takes it as a tribute  to hisg.eatiiess���never thinks it does  him any yood. Hut if we say some-  ihing he does not like, or something he  imagines reflects.on. I|is. character, then  our evils are charged against us. Hui  we never apparently'gel any credit for  he good we do/' ! "���  Apparently the original Blue Grass  Kentuckian would not take to mining.  Here is a letter recently written 10 a  northwest editor:  Monkey Ridge, Ky.  Dear Editor: '���'  -.  It has been reported here that the  shafts (hat are put down in your gold  mines gets water in them if it stands  awhile; Jf'this is s,o of course no stock  of any of your companies can be sold  around Monkey Ridge because if there  is any one thing that our people, hate  more than another it is water.  I will offer no more  stock  for sale  here until I hear from you.  Yours truly  Joseph Lunkhead.  All Sensible People Travel by the  C.P.R.  S  PEED  AFETY  ATISFACTION  Phoenix Pioneer   Krnnk Lenlifc'o' Popular Monthly  Or any other iu Claes A.  SllOCCEB     ] 00  Our price for the three, $3.25  Phoenix Pioneer ......... ... $2 00  Cosmopolitan................     1 00  Or any other in Clasa A,  Saccesa 1 00  V/oinanis Jlonie Companion... 1 00  Or any other In Class -A.  Our ���price for 'the four, $3.75  Phoenix Pioneer  $2 00  Current Literature.......... .;   3 00  Or tiny other in Class Ii.  Sneruss     1 00  Bii-.i* and Nature '     1 50  Or any other in Claoi? A.  Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly..    1 00  Or any oilier in Class A.  Our price for five, $5.25  Look! Look!   Look!  Leave Phoenix 1:25 p. ni.  Arrive Winnipeg 3d day, 8:50a. m.  \rrive St. Paul. ..'..'.' 3d dor, 0:-10p. m.  Arrive Chicago 4th day, 9:30 a. m.  Arrive Toronto .....5th day, 2:45, p. ni.  Arrive Montreal 6th day, 6:30'p. m.  Arrive New York. . .ttth day, 8:5,5 a. in.  Phoenix Pioneer  $2 00  Lippincotl'd Mntrnzine.          2 50  Or any other'in Class B.  Succees. .. .<      1 00  Our price for three, $4.25  Phoenix Pioneer  $2 0Q  Review of Reviews       ........   2 50  0,r any oilier in Class D,  Siicepss  1 00  Everybody's .'     1 00  Orany other iii Class A,  Our prieo for four, $4.75  Phoenix Pioneer  $2 00  World's Work        "    .3 On  Orany other in Class B.  Success  1 Ots  Review of Reviews     2 50  (Jiany|otlieriii Class B.  Our price for four, $5.75  Through Tourist Sleeping Cars  EAST  Ixinves Dunmore Junction daily for St.  Paul ;;Kootenay Lauding Tues'ley and  Saturday /or To.ojito, Montreal and  vill eastern points.  {it to the east, go to the west.  Go on the road with service the best.  Speed, safety and comfort��� no need tu  enquire.  Why, the best in the wo.rldis the C.P.R.  Rates and information regarding the  'Only Way" will be cheeifully funiisli-  ���i'd upon applieatiou to  O.'W. Dey, E.J. Coyle,:  /,-     '>\gerit, A.G.P.Agt.  , Phoenix, B. C.   Vancouver, B.C  J. S. Garter, D. P. A.,  Nelson, B.C.  Phoenix- Pioneer.....;.......  42 00  Art Jnteichange    4 00  Oranyotherin Class B.  Country Life ". .���  3 00  Or any other in.Cluss B.  Canadian Magazine  2 &.  Orany other in Class B.  Success     I 0(  Our price for the five, $7.25  Postage prepaid on all subscriptions to any part of the United States am.  Canada. Quotations ijiuen on any list of periodicals, in any language, ji en  any country, in connection with the Phoenix Pioneer.   Addressr  PICWEER PUB. CO.,  PHOENIX; B. C.  ACCOUNT OF HEAVY BOUNDARY TRAFFIC.  C. P.  gi|t if ypij are gqjng'east wrjte us for otjr rates, and let qs telbyou  about the service and accomrnodation offered by the  ."/V ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD  'V through Tourist Cars via the Illinois Central from''Pacific coast to Chicago  iJ-NTV'      , '  and Cincinnati.,  aM , -.. "'."'���������..���"'  l*���. l>on't fail to write us about your trip, as we arc in a position to give you  j " romt valuable information and assistance.    5,319   miles of track, over which  JUjeJr peratcd some of the finest trains in the world,  '���'i'*- 1 or particulars regarding freight or passenger rates, call on or address:  J C  LINDSAY, 'I'.F. & P.A., H. H. TRUMBULL, Com. Agt.,  142 Third St., PORTLANP, ORE. :  J__ l_ '   _>_.__' '_!''>   _>      ������   N   '. ���     '   '       1    ���  '^SA^r^^j^/^  Better Stationery and Job Prin t  ing than that turned out bv the  Phoenix Pioneer has yet to be  produced. The proofof'the pud-.  ding is in the eating. Give us a  trial with your next order.  PIONEER PUB,  'Phone 14.  CO.,  Phoenix, B. C.  * I t     oonHneut of Kortli n  Ia'Sitarium*  ASUCrka       Situated   mldit JJ t;C A O T  tSUflcty uurlvailed for gran  deuf    Uoatl ij:, Fishing and Excursions.  Resl-  urat I hysicinii and Nurse." Telegraphic com-  tbttiii'-illon with all parU of the world; two  �� ji��ii�� urrlve nud depart.'every"day. Its baths  >- enre all ncrv jus and muscular diseases; Us wnt-  t Wlhenl all Kidney, Uvcr and Stotnacli Ailments  -j'.irirni's lis to >iS per week, according to resilience in hotel or Halcyon Hot Springs,  VfW LaLe B  C.  %&  vv ?hoeiili Street.   .ijPhone 53,  ���JiVe make good bread,     Try it,  N      . .C. V7. GREER, Proprietor.  Victoria Avenue, Phoenix, B. C.  In Cottage Hotel.  We make a specialty  of Family ar\d Hotel  trade.  Free delivery to all parts of the city.  J. S. McCAGUE, Prop.  R. Ig Pining pqr Many Improvemenls  lit Nc|son. ���/'...'  It is altogether likely that the pres  ent year will witness a good deal of  work by the C. P. R. in the vicinity of  Nelson. Besides additional sidetrack  accommodations, it is understood that  a large machine shop is projected.  This'Will provide fortherepaiiing of all  engines and cars in use in the Koote-  nays, which at present have to be taken to Revelstoke in case of breakages.  These extra shops will mean {he em-  ploymerit of a larger number of men at  Nelson, quite a large staff being necessary for the work -projected. Two  years ago the total yard accommodation amounted to under two miles,  while at present it is between ten .and  eleven miles, but even this is not sufficient to handle the increasing traffic,  and at least two new sidetracks will be  installed,  It is also likely that new sheds for  car -repsir work will be erected and extensions made to the present ones.  The work of filling in the trestles along  the line of the Columbia and Western  will be continued, and will be finished  before the end of the year, as well as  the Kootenay and Slocan river bridges.  The changing of the tracks to a heavier  class of rails between Nelson and Cas^  tlegar will be pushed ahead, and should  be completed shortly-  All along the line the company will  prepare for expected heavier traffic,  caused by the enlarging of the smelters  at Grand Forks, Greenwood and boundary Falls.    Between these smelters  Oregon R. R. & Nay* 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.  WNERAl, ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE,  'loniinion Mineral Claim, sttunte in the Grand  Forts Mining' Division of Or,oyoos District.  Where located;   On Lookout Mountain, mid  Hear the Lookout. Mineral Claim.  Take notice that I, Sydney M Johnson acting  as Agent for J I*. Shannon, Vree Miner's Cert-'S-  cate No. B 54495. intend, sixty days from the datt  hereof, to apply 'toHhe Mining' Keeorder for a  certificate of improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining a crown "grant of the above claim. .  And further take notice that ac-ion, under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such certificate of improvements.  p,a^cd t,U:>i iaih day of July, A. D., 1902.  4S 'Sydney M. Johnson.  Leaves  Daily  Spokane Time Schedule.  Effective Dec. 2j 1902  Arrive:  Daily  7.45 a.m. PAST MAIL���To and from  Coeur d'AIenc district, Karm-  '."'' ington Garfield < olfax, Pullj-  mau, *Mosco\v, .^^oiuerpy,"  Waitsbuig, "Dayton, \\'a. ll'fl  Walla, Pel dleton, Baker City  and all points East  6.25 r��. in.  4:15 p. i\\. KXPRIjSS-^For Baniiingtoi!  Gar(ield, Colfa*, Pullman,  Moscow,Lewiston, Portland  San Kraucisco, Baker City  and all points HAST,  EXPRESS ��� l-roiu nil points  East, Haker Cily, Snu Hrnu-  ^ Cisco, Portland, Colfax, Garfield nud Kariuiugton 9.30a. m.  ���Except Sunday.  SHORT MNE TO CALIFORNIA.  San Fianeisco-Portlaml Route.  Steamers sail from Aiusvvorth dock, Portland  at S p. 111. and from Spear Street wharf, SnnKran  cisco, at 10 a. m. every five days.  Tickets on sale at nil S. V. & N. Stations.  For further information as to rales, time of  trains, equipment, etc.. address  GEO. J. MOitU-X General Agent,  ��� 430 Riverside A\'c:, Spukauc, Wash  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements,  NOTICE..  Big Six  Mineral Claim, situate in  the   Grand  Forks Mining Division of Osoyoos District.  Where loyated: Iu Wellington Camp, adjoining the Jim Mineral Claim.'  Take notice that I, Sydney M. Johnson, acting  as agent for T. P. Mclntyrej Free Miner's Certificate No. B 5i6l9iaudO. E. Kobinson.Free Miner's  Certificate No. 1158006, intend, sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  for a certificate ol improvements, for the purpose  of obtaining a crown grant of the abovg claim.  And further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 30th day of July, A. D��� 1902.  48 Sydney M. Johnson.  A.N ALL ABIDING FAITH,  Spohane Mis aid Northern  NELSON  &   FORT   SI1EPPARD  RED MOUNTAIN It'Y.  Washington and Great Nor. Ry.  V., V. andE. Ry.  The only all-rail route between all points east  west, and south to Rossland, Nelson and all in  leruiediate points; connecting at Spokane with  the Great Northern,Northern Pacific and O. R. S  N.Co. .  Connects at Rossland and Nelson with Cuua-  diaii Pacific Railway.  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 trnins between  Uveeu Spokane nud Republic.  EFFECTIVE NoV. 22  1902.  Leave. Arrive   Spokane 5:45 p. m  The property now occupied by  the postoffice, and known as the  Tlje Illinois Central Railroad Company  has an all abiding faith in lite future of  the(->real Northwest. A short time ago.  this "was manifested by'the establishment, in Seattle, of an agency to' take  care of their Interests there. The latest  t-ft'ort is to put 011 a splendidly equipped  new train service between St. Paul and  Chicago. The new trains will be running Sunday, November 2nd. Thcv will  use their own rails between Chicago and  Albert Lea, Minn., and the Minneapolis  it St. Louie Ry. track from Albeit Lea to  Minneapolis and St.. Paul, running into  the Union Depot at St. Paul, which if  1 he Mima that is .used by all lines in that  ���"itjv  The tram is to he known as "The Chi-  I'lipo, Si. Pun)anil Minneapolis Limited,"  ami will consist of sleepinr; car, bullet  library car anil reclining chair car  through withotiichiirgehetu'een Chicago  and Minticnpnlis and St. I'uul. Dining  car service will also lie niainlitiiied, sti| -  per being served out of Chicago and  tneakfitsl into Chicago. Trains wilt leave  St. Paul at 7 10 p. 111. and arrive in Clii-  ciigoil.ttOa. 111, Leave Chicago' at (i.ll)  t>. in. and arrives at St. Paul at 8.-10 11  in. making close connections at St. Paul  with nil western lines. Tickets can he  purchased via this line, in connection  with all western lines, at all stations.  For further information regarding  rales, routes, time, etc., call on ur address,  B..T1. TitiiMiiyi.t..  Commercial Agen III, (Vrit.'R. R.  143 Third St., Portland, Ore.  Paul P>. Thompson, !  Freight & Passenger Agent,        I " h.V you should buv  III. Cent. K. R.j Seal He. Wash.     '  There are just  Two Kinds of  JOB PRINTING  They are the kind that is a  credit to you aiid your printer and���the other kind.'. . '  Ours is Said to be the Best  When you want something  Neat,  Clean,  Attractive  IN OFFICE STATIONERY  We. have- the art and the artists to give  you exactly what you wish.  Our mechanical  department equipped  with the latest and best.  PIONEER PUBLISHING GO.,  PHOENIX, K. C.  Don't you want to read the news ol  the day while it is news? You will  find it in the Daily News, Kootenay's  live daily, publish d at Nelson, B. C.,  at 50 cents j��?t month by mail. Can  he had also of your local newsdcalei  on day of publication.  way In, and no squeezing would get  him any farther. Suddenly an Irishman Jn the gallery exclaimed, devoutly,"Thank God, hell is. full."        .  -  When   Moses  Colt  Tyler,   the   celebrated profesesor of hlatory a't Cornell,  was an lnstructfr at the University ox  Michigan, he'had charge of a class-In  English  that assembled  at  8  o'clock,  a.m.    One  raw. February morning d.t  roll-call,  he read  the  name, ol ."Mr.  Bobbins," a memberof the class, wlth-  out getting an answer.   !'Mr. Robbtns,"  he repeated in a slightly louder, voice.  Still no  reply.      "Ah;"  said   the  instructor, with a quiet smile, "come to  think of It, It Is rather early for robins."  Once during a heated debate between  Senator Joseph; B. Foraker, of Ohio,  and Senator Joseph W. Bailey, of '  Texas, the question, of law In Texas  and law in Ohio catne, up; The passage became warm." Foraker, by way  of a parting shot, told Bailey that if  he would come to Ohio he would learn  a great deal.of law that he did not  know. 'fit. there Is so very much law  to be learned In Ohio," remarked  iBailey, "I must advise' the Senator to  spend all hie spare time there. He  needs it"  A somewhat apocryphal anecdote of  Sir Wilfrid Laurler is going the rounds'  of the United States press.; During the  last general: elections, It is related, a  Quebec Liberal, whose acquaintance  wilLh Sir Wilfrid was; only {political,  sent this telegram to Ms leader, who  was in Ontario on a speech-making  tour: "Report in circulation in this  county that your chlldrea have not  been baptized. Telegraph denial." To  Which despatch, the Premier sent this  reply: ^"Sorry to say rejport Is correct.  I have no children."  Dr. MaoNaiiiara, 1n his collection of  Child stories;; tells, one concerning that  -wonderful drearh of Jacob's and the  angels going up the ladder to Heaven.  "Please, sir," asked one of,the boys in  ���the class to which the story was being;  rehearsed, "why did the angels want  to go up the ladder when they had  wings?" This nonplussed the teacher,  who took a strategic moverp nt to; the "  rear by saying, "Ah, yes! A iy? Per- ,  haps one of the boys can answer that."  And one did. "Please, sir," said he,  "because they was a-moltlng."  Thomas A. Edison Is deaf, but, like  many whose hearing Is defective, he  sometimes understands what Is said  when It is least expected. There were  visitors one day at his 'laboratory,' to  whom, as usual, he was polite, although busy, and he patiently answered many questions unnecessarily  shouted at him. Finally, one of the  visitors, the humorist of the party,  said to another: "I bet he'd hear if  we-ask him to have a drink." "Yes,"  said Edison, looking directly at the  man and smiling, "I would; 'but no>  thank you, not to-day."  The late Lord Dufferln was fond of  relating an amusing experience which  occurred when he was returning to  Ireland front's, diplomatic mission to  fbe married, and his engagement to the  ���beautiful Miss Hamilton had just been  announced. He landed one evening on  the platform of a small country station near Clandeboye, and hired a  driver to take him the four or five  miles, but he was so muffled up that  the driver failed to recognize him.  Presently Lord Dufferln askeu: "Any  news about here?" "No news,"  grumpily replied the man, "except that  the beautiful Miss Hamilton is going;  to marry that ugly fellow, Duffennf"  PHOENIX, B. C  s For  PRICE, $3,000.  Apply to  A. H. SPERRY,  Greenwood,   13. C.  925 a ra.   .0.15a. ni   7:co n. in.   ti.-oon. in   io;?4 a. 111.....  y:is'n. 111...,,.,   Kossland    Nelson    Grand l'orks....  ,....;.'...Curlew,....,.,,,.'   , ..Republic   ....5.10 p.m.  ..,.8 00 p. m  ...,^:oo p. 111.   4:41 p. in.   5:40 p. 111.  II. A.JACKSON,  General Passenger Agent.  Spokane, Wash.  Old papers for sale at the Pioneer  office, at 25 cents per too.  Your leisure monenls may be pleasantly spent at Albin's poolrooms.  ��� eooo��*oa����e��eo��9��<��oe0eeeo  I MRS. BATON:  Teacher of  PIANO and VOICE CULTURE  ��� ������  Residency near pranliji* Hotel,  JMlfleii'nf.'n'lo.  e��ooeo��eeeeo��ooo��oe��o��o  1      NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that having  lensed the Central Hotel, corner .Second  Street and Old Ironsides avenue, Phoenix, B. C.,to Frank Anderson, I ant not  responsible for any debts contracted by  or njrainat said Central Hotel from the  let day of November, ^1,03.  ,;        ���     ���      ^VflVST J.UIKSON.  CHEWING  TOBACCO  Because il is tin; BEST quality  Because it is the MOST LASTING chew  Because it is the LARGKST high grade 10  or 25c ping  Because the TAGS ARK VAI.UAB1.F. f.n  premiums until January 1, 1905  Because we GUAR A N'TKK every plug ami  Because YOUR I>KAI,KU IS AUTIIOR-  155KI> TO ' RKKUNI)   MONKY  IP"YOU   ARK   NOT   SATIS-  FIND  Tiik Esii'iitK Ton.vcco Co., Ltd  Catching Fugitive Hats.  On  a  recent  windy  Sunday  a  new  and    apparently    profitable    Industry  was disclosed in  up-towjt'New'  York.  It  was a  day  when  hats  went ��� suddenly   off   the   head   and   traveled   a  block   or   two   before   they   alighted,  and    then   rolled   or   bounded    threa  or  four  blocks  more,  like lcw-drlven  golf    balls.      People     at     Broadway  and Forty-second street, says the "Tribune," had just watched a young: fellow disappear down the cross street irt  pursuit of his Derby, and were turning-  to go on   their ways,   when a   negro  rounded the corner, who looked like a  hat-rack.    Derbies were  tucked under  each aria: he held a muddy tall hat in  one hand and a white felt crush  hat  In   Ihe  other,   and  on   top  of his  own  Derby a black felt hat was Jammed securely.   He wore a smile from ear to  ear.  "What are you doing with all thoss  hats?" someone asked him.  "Well. I's ta.kln' all dat am a-com-  in' ma way," and he grjnned. . "I could  ���a' got more, but I airi*t got no more  place  to put  urn."  "Why don't you give them back to  the men who lost them?" he was  asked. '  "Well, you see," said he. "they was  most gen'rally so fah aiway dat I  couldn't wait." -  Then he went on up Broadway, with,  all his hats.  "He proves the old, saying." was r>>-  maiked; "never chase your own hat���  someone is always ready to do it  Cor'  you."  ���rronxmnui s.il !j��o; 1 mean :.u��! u  ���>13Vs.jji "5IOOO am sSjuipsfy 0; pirujw'  bjts noA .mou puu 'cut joj jh jno.i irst4  Pino.u, noX itus> o}, pasn no.i-^aui��pt;jn  Correct to the Last,.  "Anyhow," chuckled the somewhat  fastidious horse-thler as the regulators  adjusted the noose about his neck, "It  Isn't a ready-made tie."���Chlcaeo "Trl-  wvrne,"  Marriage Not a Failure.  Old Friend���Was your daushtor"*  marriage a success? H:>ste.ss���Oh, a  freat success. She's traveling In Europe on the alimony.���"New Yer'A  Weekly."  1 A?  ..is* :h  It 3-  III  til ?  1 h-  lilt  f is ���  1"'  Sif'/I.*-"-     '    -  if:  L ted'-friii*  i'A ft  Ill;  ml  Ky/i- g  TBI.  >r  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  ^^^^^B^Sg  Sfte Bellevue Hotel*  MARSHALL & SHEA. Proprietors.  Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars:: That's All  KNOB HILL AVE ,  PHOENIX, B. C.  ig^^^^^^ig^i^^^^l^^^B^g^^fe^  Church Services  Tomorrow.  rices J  Our Specialty.  We make a specialty of Watches that will keep the very best of  Time. Being official time inspectors for the C. P. R- for the  entire Boundary, it can readily be noted that we must have the  correct time. We keep the finest and most accurate movements made, and can furnish them on short notice.  GEO. E. DEY,  .   - The Jeweler, Knob Hill Avenue.  ��**���'  *��*��* ��-> ������������ tHOKMMKW ��� �������� ���'  LOCAL JOTTINGS  IKMM  Official CP.R.'Tiiiie^Inspector.  fiMEF NEWS NOTES  MATTERS OF GEN-  ERAL INTEREST  TO   PHOENICIANS  There tra ��� few iub��erlber�� to the Pioneer  ���jwst t r�������who are delinquent for the yesr  iiut." if j���� ire one of these, the editor will  ���t emltte oroiept llqyldetion.   "  Killed at Eholt���Thursday evening A. P. Greer, a brakeman, was killed while coupling cars at EholL He  had bqen employed by the C.P.R. but  about a- week, and the day before had  run the passenger train to Phoenix.  He was'a young man of about 26 years,  and single.  Better Lights Tonight���It is expected that the Cascade power Jor the  city system will be turned on tonight,  and that the "juice" from Greenwood  will be cut off, that system having been  overloaded for some time. Electrician  Lane has been here most of the week  getting the details of the change perfected.  Sale for Taxes ��� A sale of lands  for 'non-payment of pro\incial taxes was  announced to take place at Greenwood  yesterday by Government Agent, Kirk-  up, of Rossland. -The lands to be offered consist of lots in Trail, Cascade,  Columbia, and Grand Forks,' Carson,  Eholt, Phoenix and Midway, with several crown granted pre-emption,s and  other properties.  New Officers ��� Th�� members of  the'Greenwood club have elected the  following officers  and  committee for  the ensuing year:     President,   E. J.  Wilson; vice-president, H. F. Mytton;  committee, W. G. H. Belt,   C. Scott  Galloway, W. F. Hedges/D.McIntosh,  VV, G\ McMynn, L. Ostroski and A.  . M. Whiteside; honorary  secretary, I  Rabert Jacobs.   It was decided to reduce , the entrance fee  for the next  .three months, with the object of inducing more residents to become members  of the club.  aldermen: John Riordan, W. J Porter, Alex McDonald, James Marshall  and J. H. Graham. L. Y. Birnie, who  was absent, was sworn in during the  week. A city hospital account for"$62  was ordered paid, and a meeting was  called for the reorganization ot the fire  depaitment, which will be held next  Tuesday evening���instead of this Saturday, as expected ��� at the room of  James Marshall, in the McMillan block.  The following committees for the year  were appointed:  Finance���John Riordan and L. Y.  Birnie.  Board of Works ��� Alex McDonald,  James Marshall and J. H. Graham.  Police and Licensing Commissioners  ���W. R. Williams and L. Y. Birnie.  . Successful Ball���The benefit ball  for J. E. Foran.ziven Wednesday evening-by the Carpenters'Union at Miners'Union.Hall, was a financial success, there being a good attendance.  Foran is not ill at Prescott, Arizona,  but is in the same condition near his  old home in pntario. John Thorn, a  member of Phoenix Miners' Union No.  t8, however, is the man who is in the  Sisters' Hospital at Prescott, and his  fellow members here are laising a fund  for his assistance.  New City Council���'1 he new city  council met last Monday, according to  law, and organized for the year. Mayor Rumberger gave an address, outlining his policy for the coming year,  ."and-the following  were  sworn  in  as  City" and District Notes  The new water tank which he C.P.  R. is building at Eholt, is nearly completed.  Assistant 'Manager Galer, of the  Granby Co,, was up from Grand Forks  on Thursday. .  Noble Binns, ex-mayor of Trail, of  the firm'of Clark & Binns, was a visitor in the city this week.  Owing to the heavy weight of snow  on the roof, the Cougregsuional church  is threatening to collapse.  Rev. Thos. J. Hsgerty will lecture  on Socialism at Miners' Union Hall  next Wednesday evening.  Neil Stuart and Miss Margaiet  Grant, both formerly of this city, were  married at Vancouver January 8th.  The Eastern Townships Bank now  has 18 branches, as will be noticed by  the new advertisement in this issue of  the Pioneer.  Duncan Ross, editor of the Boundary Creek Times, of Greenwood, was  presented with a baby girl by his wife  last Wednesday.  Dave Morgan, well known in the  Boundary, and now one of. the proprietors of the International, at Rossland, came over on last Tuesday's train.  A court of revision, in connection  with the provincial assessment of lands  for 1903, was held at Grand Forks on  Wednesday, and one at Greenwood the  following day.  A party of Greenwood people, driving up to attend the dance Wednesday  night, were upset above the milk ranch,  the horses running up to the C. P. R.  depot    Fortunately, no one was hurt  W. K. Esling one of the best known  newspaper men of the interior left Trail  on Monday for Tacoma, where he will  reside. He still retains the Trail Creek  News, which will be run under the  management of J. D, Anderson.  GOOD NEWS...   FROM   1HC���  PEOPLE'S STORE  FLOUR.  Until farther notice we will Bell She Celebrated Snow  Flake Hard Wheat Flour at $1 35 and $2 70 per sack���guaranteed to make more and better bread than any flour on the market. Remember���3'ou will be eliaiged for inferior flour |G and  $8 20 by othet; dealers, while this only costs you t5.40.  We still have p'enly of that Butter like our mothers  made, while in quality it is not to be compared to the cheap  trash on the market. Still our price is 27,4. cents per pound  by the box.  Oar potatoes are still selling at a dollar pei- sack.  Everything marled in plain figures and prices ore right.  Dr. Mathison, Dentist.  Albin's News Depot is the place for  periodicals of all kinds.  For fine, watch and jewelry repairing  see Zimmermann, on First street.  Choice tobaccos and cigars at Albin's  News depot.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, will be at his  office, Bank block, from Feb. 10 to 14.  When you want a good pair of miners' shoes, go to the Ironsides Jhoe  Shop.  'The Ndson Daily News is the best  daily in the interior. Getitfiom your  local newsdealer.  Fruits and confectionery, fresh and  tempting, at popular prices. Albin's  News depot.  ��� Can you make a better present to  your eastern fiiends than a subscription  to the Phoenix Pioneer for a yeai ?  All the news of the Kootenay .ind  Yale in the Nelson Daily News. Al  your.newsdealer on day of publication.  When you want some repairing done,  go to the Ironsides Shoe Shop.  Double Tragedy in Spokane.  Last Monday Ed Spencer, a hall  brother of W. S. Macy, of this city,  shot and killed his sweetheart, Miss  Ella Mundt, aged 18, arid then shot  himself, with probable fatal results. It  was said to be a case of unrequited  love. Spencer is thought to have been  out of his mind.  Mr. Macy received the news of the  sad tragedy the next morning, and  made a record breaking trip to catch  the Great Northern train in Columb a.  'The distance is 15 miles, and for several miles of the distance the wagon  roal was in bad shape���that is, from  the Winnipeg mine to Fourth of July  creek. But the team of Mclntyre &  McDonald coveied the distance inside  of an hour and a quarter, the train just  being ready to pull out as they arrived  at the station at Columbia.  Church of England���St John's  "l. Mission; services each S.inday as follows: Holy Communion 8 a. m.,  Morning Prayer 11 a. m., Evening  Prayer 7.30 p. in. Standard time. All  seats free   Rev. E. P. Flewelling, vicar.  St. Andrews' Presbyterian Church,  Service tomorrow at n a. m. and  7:30 p. m. Sunday school and Bible  class at 2:30 p. m. Midweek meeting  Wednesday at 7.30 p.m. Rev. V. M.  Purdy, B. A., pastor.  Methodist���11 a. ni. Talks on the  Life of Christ. 3 p.m., Sunday school  as usual. 7.30 P- "�������� evening service.   Rev. T. Green, li. A , pastor.  The Ironsides  SHOE SHOP  Miners' Shoes made to order,  and repairing promptly done*  uivc me a call,  IL MALANDRINI,  Cot. OM Iruii"i'li'!> Avenue ami First St.  Furnished Rooms  ��      WITH PRIVATE HOARD.  Mrs.  A. Klein,  P. A. Klein,    Knob Hill Ave.  R. A. Scott Residence  BUSINESS NOTICES.  If your eyes cause uneasiness watch  for the visit of Geo. L. Pedlar, Specialist.  If you are a slranger 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 newsdealer's, or by tn..il lor ^50 cents per month  Mllner, the photogiapher, has been  making some fine pictures in the latest style of the ait. . For a short unit  only he will continue to do the best  photographing jet turned out in Phoenix,    liletter have that silting nrw.  Eastern   Townships  Bank.  established 1859.   -  CAPITAL $2,000,000. RESERVE FUND, $i,zoo,occ.  Head Office, SHERBROOKE, QUE ->EC.  Wm FauWKH,, Presl^f.        Jas. Mackinaon.  Geii'l Mgr. S. H. Mokrv. Inspector.  bHKBBKOOKE, QUKTIEC-  KOCK IbLAND, "  BICHMOND, "  HUNTING t'OK, "  OBMlTOVrX, "  BT. JOHNS, "  BRANCHES  MONTREAL, QIPRBO,  COWANbVILlK,  GBANBY, '"  MAGOG, "  WIND&OK MILLS,       "  GBAND FORKS, 11. C.  w vrEir Qrt,  CO.VTK'OOK,  UKDKOBD,  ST.   HYAC1N1HK  " hUTTON  I'll lENIX,   B    C  QUKIJ-T.  Correspondents.  IN CANADA: The Bank or Montreal.  IN UNITED STATES:  National Park Bank, New York.  National Exchange Bank. Boston.  First National Bank, Portland.  Exchange National Bank, Spokane, Wash.  IN EUROPE :  National Bank of Scotland.  Savings Bank Department.  Interest at highest current ratc�� credited all  savings account.  N. 11. SLACK,  Actg Mgr.,  Phoenix Branch.  Corporation of the City of Phoenix  Statement of Receipts and Disbu*sements for  Year Ending December 31, 1902*  RECEIPTS.  Real estate tas of 1901  $22545  Interest on above  5 9*  Real estate tax of 1902  fc.138 65  r,e��s rebate for payment before October 31,1902       654 98   4.483 &7  Licenses ,  5.��52 ��0  ttoad Tax ,������..���.��� ,...,  62 00  Dog Tax ,���. 7�� P��  Public School, Gov't grant     .... i,5��v i��  Police Court fines . I 154 S<>  Cash on hand and 111 bank Jan  1,1902  193 44  J12J56 78  DIS"URSEMENTS.  Expciise--  Gc11er.1l'expense :....'.'. $588 75  ,   Light    312 00  Water Supply    630 00  Interest and IHscouut    915 18  Jail account...1.      28 55  Printing and Stationery ��� 154 65  Salaries. 3,074 85  Indigent Sick     93 55  Public School 2,007 6��  Scnrlet I'eier   ������������ ,   10535  Fire Department  ���      j') 00  Permanent Iiupnnements���  Street Improvements ..     867 50  bidcunlks                  _ 1,0ss 74  Fire Department ... 56 58  City Cemitery       . .   -4900  Payments en Loans���  Pank of Montreal    .   . . i.oop 00  Eastern Townships Bank 500 00  II N. Galer      ... 500 00  Balance cash 011 hand and in  bank  *7.��50 48  2,028 82  777 48  $12,756 78  Balance Sheet, December 3\t 1902.  ASSETS  'Phone 61.  TiiOS. HARDY & CO.  Improvements���  Sidewalks.          $4,33696  Streets      10,03101  Fire Department  1,623 49  Water Rights, Marshall Lake,..  1,000 CO  City Buildings   ..  360 00  Furmtuie iiul  Fixtures, city  g8 75  6fi3S  City Cemetery ..  4909  Real Folate tax of 1501 .  354 40  (Taxes for 1901 unpaid.)  Real Its .ate tax of 1902  J.I63 53  Cosh on hand and in bank.   ...  777 48  $19,860 87  LIABILITIES.  Bills payable. Bank of Montreal,  Greenwood  $9>ooo 00  II. N Galer,loan        ...... .. 50000  School salaries���amoujit of December, 1902, salaries unpaid 99 00  City of Plioemxaccouiit���  Excess of assets   over ha-'  bihties Dec 31,1901. 4,809 93  Excels of revenue over ex- /  pcuditurc for year 1902      5,451 94  Excess ol 4^sets pyer {labilities ...       ,,   .   ,.  f��|j��f g?  $19^60 87  D, J. MaTKKSON,  City Clerk.  I have examiued th c books and vouchers of the Corporation of Hub City orPhoenix, B. C ,��dd  ftpA them correct, agreeing nith the foregoing statement, which is a title exhibit of the affairs of  lfyo city OS ou the 31st December, 1902  I  l E. R   BIRNIE,  .jSf        �� Auditor.  Phoenix, 8. C, January J4, 1903. '  J  S,^ffiSea@B.^MS��3firi��ffl.^^Bi3  Jt  Remembe* Lowney s  , . va^.k ��, <-reat was the demand far Lowney s  CU!7 rtSSle thT��e ran completely out of stock.  Ce,e;vehavx'ec a-.he-   supply, however, and car, once  \\eha\i. lece.v-. ,������(������.:nns ever  brouuht to Uritish  thing.  BOYLE,  THE Prescription Druggist.  Announcement.  We thank our many friends  for the excellent trade enjoy  ed during 1902, and ask for  a continuance of the same iu  1903. We have a better and  larger stock than ever ol  goods that should be found  in a first-class Stationer's,  .including���  HOOKS,       WALl/PAW  PERIODICALS, l-'ANCY  GOODS.  STATIONBUV,   TOYS,  MUSICAL lNSl'RUMENTS,  TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES,  PHOTO. SUPPLIES, Etc.,  CONPEC'llONERY,  CIGARS   and TOCACCOS.  L P. Ik  ktyMm Block  Ino kiov k rest.  Me for an  Accident,  Life,  Or Fire  Insurance Policy'  Hontm to rent.  Minis, Stock* nn<l Itcal EutatcFor S.ilo,  Money to Loan.  AGENT,  GRAVKS-WIhLIAMS  Block,        ������  Phoknijc.II.C.  '   P.O.Hox 33,  juui tloor now."  picked up  Wo Iwvo  IMHUllli  K.NOB IIillAvk., Phokkix, B.C.  TRANSFER Of LICENCE.  Notice is hereby given I lint at the next  fitting of the lice'nso commissioners for  the city of Phoenix I intern! to apply  for a transfer to Frank Anilwon of the  license which I hold'losell liquor hy retail in th* Central I10M, sit mi ted on Old  rronsides avenue. Phoenix, B. C.  Dated at Phoenix, B. C, this 1st day  of November, 1002.  August Jackson.  Union goods:���You will find the  best lines pf "joiv in^de cigars apt}  tobaccos, at Albin's News Depot.  A new line of cigars at Albin's News  Depot.    Have you tiied them ?  Cotton ia>;s wanted at the Pioneer  ofiice. Highest price paid. Wring  'em along and get your money.  'Carjw*  300 Yards of Carpet,  All now, at a hamuli), and will sell at a  hartjuln��� at ftoin 28 to (Hi n'lib. Woilli  doulilo the money.   At the  Granby Exchange.  Lately Mllner, the photographer, o{  late, has been making a number of excellent inteiior views, such  as offices,  parlors,   sitting  rooms, etc.   Call on  him if you wish anything of this kind.  Sk&te Sharpening  PKOMPLY DONB  Chas. Sandberg, Phoenix, B.C.  Leave sknto<s at MoKao'e Stoic.  Complete  Stamp Mill  Equipments.  STRICTLY MODERN  DESIGNS,  USINC  high grade;materiai ONLY. '-  Power   Plants.  Mining   end   Hoisting  Machinery.  ENCKES  " LCHINE  OMPANY  Head Office and Works:' j  Lansdowiie Street,  Sherbrooke, Quebec Canada.  Stocks carried at  Kossland and Greenwood, B. 0.  m  le f., I k  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 time to secure a home or business property.  I have some houses to rent at reasonable rates.    Call and see me.  G. W. RUMBERGER,  PHOENIX, B. C.  Dominion Avenue.  Telephone No. 2B.  ��     .1 0    . c  rf'V;P  wfa>-  1 A^Vt.vjK,  ft  mi  **  i  H  ftp  5/2  ��� ��  .ANNUAL.  During the month of January we shall offer Special  Inducements In  Men's and  Ladies' MADE-UP WINTER GARMENTS.  and all ODD LINES  At Special, Prices* Go��t is No Qfcjeett  Broken Lines in Men's Fine Shoes  The "Geo. A* Slater" Invictus Shoe, and it  The Ames-Holden Company makes.  :ial at $3��^0  Bargains in Oxfords and Slippers.  Dominion Avenue, Plioenix, B. C.  iroMiwSlMtt^fiareB^^  SJt%KiahP^*MiijrJS*i'i"vj*-'*ai!Si'a


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