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 ���~*&i  - ������;������:.������������ Si-"ifl  Boundary Mines Sent  Out 500,000 Tons of  Ore in' 1902. .,#.,*..'  Phoenix is the Centre  and Leading Minj/ig  Camp of Boundary.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District.  Vol.' IV.  I'HOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA   SA'I'URDAY, JU-^'E 20, 1903.  No  32.  TteBigStore  CONFIDENT  OF SUCCESS  u  B��i  BLACK CAT "  STOCKINGS  For  Ladies,  BLACK CAT BKAKB  CHICJ-60-ROCKFORO  HOSIERY COMPANY  KCMOSUA, WIS.  For  Children  Phoenix Conservatives Complete Organization.  CHOSE   OFFICERS    LAST   TUESDAY  Figures ol Ihe Vote at the List Election-Official Description ol Boundaries of Ihii  Electoral District  YUU can pin your 'faith to the representations we  make about this justly celebrated brand���just a  little bit the best of anything ever made���made  from finest selected yarns, have double heels,  soles, toes and knees. Durability being woven  in every stitch; will outwear three pairs of ordinary tnakes, yet costing no more.  EVERY SIZE,  EVERY WEIGHT,  BUT OUR QUALITY���  THE   BEST.  Get "BLACK OATS,"  THE SATISFACTORY .SORTS.  At the called meeting of the conservatives of I'hoenix, held last Tuesday  evening at Masonic hall, there was a  good attendance, and considerable confidence expressed that the party had  more than a fighting show to carry  this riding at the next election. 'I'he  following officers were elected, the  name chosen being the Phoenix Conservative Association:  President, James Punch; 1st vice-  president, G. YV. Rumberger; 2d vice-  president, W. X. McDonald; secretary,  W. B. Cochrane; treasurer, Isaac Crawford; executive committee, C. 1). Hunter, Hugh McDonald, YV. J. Porter,  G. R. Mead, Geo. McNichol, W. H.  Moore, James Cuthbertson, Alex.  Milkie, C. H. Morton, John Haverty,  and D. Murray.  'I'he conservatives have it figured out  that if there are three tickets in the  field���conservative, labor and liberal  ���they will have the best possible show  of winning, as they already have on the  membership list of the local organixa-  tion enough votes to carry Phoenix,the  vote 'being based on. the Dominion  election of 1901. The following table,  taken from the Pioneer of just two  years ago, will show the vote of each  section of this riding as it was cast at  that time: ' ��� . ,.  ��� The legislature was dissolved Tuesday by special issue of th^e. Gazette, and  YV. G. McMynn, of Greenwood was appointed collector of votes for Grand  Forks and Greenwood ridings.  DOMINION DAY PROGRAMME.  (dri Co.!  I'HOKNIX  nGK KEN WOOD  GRAND FORKS  Tolling place.  Mcintosh  Curtis  Total  Cascade   ..;������" 16  28  44  Columbia ....  ...Jo,  U8.>:  :;j28  Grand Forks..  .. 123  148  271  Gladstone....  . .        12  27  39  Phoenix .....  ��� ���     73  93  166  Total.. '304      344      648  Population ol Boundary Ridings.  The following tables will show the  population of the different localities in  each of the two ridings in the Boundary, the figures being taken from the  Dominion census of last year:  Grand Forks.  P'ife, Gladstone and vicinity...       94  Cascade and vicinity       144  Grand Forks and vicinity .....   1,173  North Fork Kettle River      239  Columbia City      508  Phoenix City    1,004  Phoenix Station, etc.      433  Llat ol  Events lo Take  Place at   Grand  Forks.  ''..���'  YVEDNESDAY, JULY i.  MORNING.  Arrival of Hpecinl trains over.three lines  of railways.  A ih let ic sports-H.30 a., in.���Program of  Children's Races and.'otlier Athletic  Sporte, Bridge street.  Baseball Tournament���12 noon���Baseball Tournament on the'gruunda of  the Grand Forks .Driving*.Park'ami  Athletic ABsoc'ationj'Ltd. Puree'*;''00,  open to all teams.  AKTBIt*00!J. 1  Horse Racing��� First event culled tit 2 p.  in. Mlini-p at the race truck.  No. 1���Running, V mile ilasli. Piiru'e  *H0. .   \     <;^..*:  ">"<>. 2���"unning,% niilt'i   Purse $��50.  No. 3���Running, ?,',' milei    Purse Ifl75,  No. 4���Running, tiriind Forks Derbv, 1  mile.   l'tirse H4O0.  No. 5.���Cowboy's Race, 300 yardp, two  turns.   $40 in prizjs; entrance frse.���>'���.���  ,,'V '; ''"''   . EVKXINtf4"*/ ���'    -'.  Theatrical���8 p. m.���Grand production  of Gilbert & Sullivan'*/ famous comic  opera, II. M. S.;Pinafore' at the opera  house.  THURSDAY, JULY'2.'  MORNING ���,,  Fireman's Tournament -^-.9.30 a. m. ���  FiremenV   Tournament - on   Bridge  . street. Open. Hubjahd liub race,  distance 150 yards; reels to carry 200  ,; feet of hose." First priie $76; second  prize $25. ������'������      ���.'$���  Wet Test���Distance 100 yards to hydrant,  teams to lay 150 feet of.,. hose and get  water.   First price |75i' second prze  *25.       :.:-yyjA~.  ' . AFTKBKOOM      ���  Horse Racing���2 p. in.���at tbe track.  No. C���Gentlemen's Saddle Horse Race,  )4 mile, owners up.   Pbrse f40.  No. 7���Running, Ja mile h'eats, best two  in three.   Purse $250;.-^  Ko. 8���Pony race, J^* mile, 14)^ hands  and under.   Purse $30.'v  No. 9���Seagram-Co*,' distance % mile,  all ages. Winnerbf.Grand Forks Derby tocarry 5 pounds additional weight.  For a cup valued at f 500 donated by J.  E. Seaeiam, of Waterloo, Ont., and  $300 cash added: tijf? the association.  Cup to be W'in two years consecutively  by saine owner to-.becouie private  property.    Eursediyid^d..   ;  ^o:"-iO';:aCo*rboyfalre'i^rn i le,: one'in riu  Purse $20; first $15, second $5. Entrance free.  No. 11���Consolation -race. A suitable  purse will be offered by the association  for competition bv ail horses which  have not won first or second money at  this meeting.   Post entries free.  Horse Exhibits���Parade before the grand  stand. Liberal cash prizes will be  offered in the following classes, namely:  Best thoroughbred stallion.  Best ssddle horse.  Best standard bred stallion.  Condilions: Four to enter in each competition.   Prize in each class, $10.  EVENING.  Firemen's Ball���9 p. in.���Firemen's ball  44TH ANNUAL  STATEMENT  Made By Eastern Townships  Bank.  LAST TEAK WAS A PROFITABLE ONE  Boundary Mining; Notes.  Deposit! Increased Thrrr-Quarfera ol a Mil'  Hon���New Board of Dlrcctora and 0111'  ��r�� Elected, v  Total  Greenwood.  3.595  The forty-fourth annual meeting of  the shareholders of the Eastern Townships Bank was held in the board room  of the bank at Sherbrooke, Que., Wednesday, the 3rd of June.  The directors reported that a dividend of eight per cent per annum had  been declared for the last halfyear,and  that the earnings of the" bank had been  greater than for any previous year.  Deposits had increased nearly three-  quarters of a million dollars, and during the past year branches of the bank-  have been established at the following  places, viz.: Winnipeg, Man.; Montreal  East, Montreal West; St. Johns, Que.;  Sutton, Farnham, Danville, St. Joseph,  Beauce County, and West ShefTord.  Both Manager MacKinnon and President Farwell referred to the securing  of S. H. C. Miner on the board of directors, J. N. Gajer having resigned  through ill health.  The following directors were elected:  .Wm. Farwell, Hon H. N. Cochrane,  Israel Wood, N. \V. Thomas, Gardner  Stevens, C. H. Kathan, H. B. Brown,  K. C; J. S, Mitchell, S. H. C. Miner.  At a meeting of the new  board Mr.  Wm. Farwell was re-elected president.  The general manager submitted tbe  following statement of the affairs of the  bank:  Statement of pi ofit and loss account for the  at the opera house.  Lloyd A. Manly,  President.  W  , A. Harris,  Secretary.  CITV TAX RATE IS 22 MILLS.  Poultry Netting,  Steel Garden Rakes,  Steel Garden Hoes,  Screen Doors,  Screen Windows,  Ice Cream Freezers  KalsomineBrushes,  Paint Brushes,  Varnish Brushes,  We Keep Them���Prices Right  Summit City ,    488  Boundary Falls ;      120  Greenwood and vicinity .1)853  Midway and vicinity      626  AND AS TO.  GROCER  OUR STOCK  Is Complete  Fresh,  And Choice-  DELIVERED FREE IN ANY 1'ART_ OF THE CITY.  POST-OFFICE STORE  li  Total    .'.   3,087  Boundaries ol Grand Forks Riding.  Following is the description of the  boundaries of Grand Forks electoral  district, according to the Redistribution  Act, passed last year by the legislature  (paragraph 25):  "Commencing at a point on the  International Boundary Line, being the  south-east corner of Greenwood Electoral District; thence north and east,  following the western boundary of'  Greenwood and Similkameen Electoral  Districts to a point in the western boundary of Kootenay District at its intersection with the western boundary of  Similkameen Electoral District; thence  south-easterly along the western boun  dary of Kootenay District to the International Boundary Line; thence west  along the International Boundary Line  to the point of commencement, shall  constitute one Electoral District, to be  designated 'Grand Forks Electoral District,' and shall return one member."  Political Note".  The voters' lists have all   been cancelled.  ing to induce the liberals not to put up  a candidate.  'I'he conservatives held a pow-wow  at Grand Forks last night.  Smith Curtis announced in Rossland  this week that he is out of politics.  An effort is being  made in this rid-  Phoenix liberals will hold a regular  meeting next Tuesday evening at  Hardy-McKenzie  hall.  But if Paid Before September 30, It Will be  191-6 Mills.  At Wednesday's meeting of the city  council Alderman McDonald, Bimie,  Graham and Porter Were-present and  the following accounts were ordered  paid:  Albert Groulx..,   $ 2 50  J. B. Boyle        7 25  H. A. Munroe        7 50  N. Lemieux     68 00  J. T. Tipping      83 45  D. J. Matheson        2 00  D. McDougall     7 00  C. H. Flood..      35 00  The council decided to  fix  upon i  rate of taxation at 2 2 mills on t,he dol  lar, or a rate of 19^ mills if paid on or  before September 30 next.  A communication was read from the  superintendent of education at Victoria,  to the effect that the application of the  city for remuneration for pupils from  outside-the city limits, that are educated in the city public school, would receive the attention of the  department.  year ending May 15th, 1903.  Balance at credit of profit nud :  ..'toss-brought foiward from  May 15th, 1902 _  Profit of head office and  branches, after deducting  charges of management, interest due depositors, and  provision for bad and doubtful debts...'   Premium paid on new issue ���  of capital stock  ;...  $ 35.440-29  /  501,390.52  118,442.50  J355.273.3i  Appropiiated as follows:  Dividend of 3J4 percent., paid  2nd January, 1903 $69,355.82  Dividend of 4 per cent, pay-  ablr 2nd July, 1903  82,983.70  Bonus of J4 per cent to shareholders, payable 2nd July,  1903  10,142.50  Transferred to reserve fund.. 118,443.50  Bonus to employees and  shareholders' vote to ex-  President Heueker     6,862.75  _ 287,787.27  Balance carried forward  J67.4S6.04  J. MACKINNON, Gen. Mgr.  GENERAL STATEMENT-MAY 1^, 1903.  LIABILITIES.  To the Shareholders-  Capital paid up  $2,201,065.00  Reserve fund $1,318,442.50  Balance profits carried forward       67,486.04  Dividend No. 87, of 4 per  cent, payable 2d July next    S2.9S3.70  Bonus to 'shareholders. }4  per cent, pavable 011 id of  July next ..."      10,142.50  Dividends unclaimed       3,285.72  Reserve on account of rebate ou hills discounted  unmatured     35,000.00  .The Athelstan has been unwatered  and development is under way;  C. V. R. engineers were laying out  the spur to the Oro Denero this week,  in Snmmit camp.  In a few days the new electric hqjst-  at the Snowshoe will be in use, the  shaft now being ready.  Supplies are arriving at Phoenix for  the laying of the rails to the Brooklyn  and Stemwinder dumps.  For the' fourth consecutive week ore |  shipments from the Snowshoe mine  this  week  exceed  those  for the previous seven days. ''  It is , expected that work will be rer  sumed on the Big Copper and also the  King Solomon claims, in West Copper  camp, in the near future.  The 1); C. Copper Co. is asking for  tenders for hauling some ore from the  Morrison mine to the Deadwood spur,  for testing purposes at the Mother-  Ix>de smelter. :     '   '.  ���Last week five carloads of plant for  the new addition to the Granby smelter arrived at those works, from Chicago. Some time next month the two.  new furnaces-are expected to be ready  for business, making six in all.  ' The strike on the Defiance claim,  near Greenwood, which was reported  in the last issue of the Pioneer, proves  to be $500 ore, it assaying 900 ounces;  of silver and an ounce and a half, in  gold. Wm. Fowler has a lease and  bond on the property.  With the arrival of the 2,000 tons of  Fairfax, Wash, coke, ordered some  time since, the Granby smelter will  probably have three furnaces in blast,  there being now but two. A thousand  tons of coke have already arrived, and  by Monday a third furnace will be  blown in. ''  Next week President Flumerfelt, Of  the International Coal and Coka Co.,  will go to Blairmore to make a commercial test of the coal for coking pur  poses, after which, if successful, as anticipated, 100 coking ovens will be  erected with all possible speed, to relieve the coke shortage at "SBoundary  smelters.  MR. MINER IS  WELL SATISFIED  With General Progress of the  Granby Co.  LEAYES IHE BOUNDARY THIS WEEK  Wealthy New Yorker Vlslls tbe Mlnei This  Week Far tbe First Tine, and Is Im-  ���Kasely Pleased With the Outlook.  BOUNDARY CREEK LICENSES.  ��� 1,517.34052  Court of Revision Mel.  Monday afternoon the annual court  of revision was held at the office of G.  W. Rumberger, Baldwin block, to pass  upon the assessment rolls as made out  by City Assessor Matheson. Alderman Graham occupied the chair, and  but two objections were made to the  roll. One of these was from Neil  Stuart and the other from Jos. Train-  ner. After considering the matter, the  court decided that the figures were  about right and made no change. The  rolls were accordingly confirmed, the  land within the city limits being as  sessed at $188,705, and the improve  mentsat $121,375, making a total of  $310,080 for the year 1903, upon which  amount the tax rate for the year will  be levied.  To the public-  Notes of the bank in circulation... $1,427,550.00  de-    1,307,729.15  $3.7 "6,405.52  Deposits payable on  maud   De|K>sits payable after notice  6,247,441.36  Due banks in Canada ..  Board of Commisslooerg Held Meetiaf la  '"   : ' '|hl�� City; ;:-;,:.''*'.'���  'I'he board of license commissioners  for the Boundary Creek license district  held its half yearly statutory meeting  Monday afternoon at Black's hotel.  There were present commissioners E.  Jacobs, Greenwood, chairman; .H. B.  Cannon, Grand Forks, and W.B. Town-  send, J. P., Rossland; also provincial  constable Isaac A. Dinsmore, of Goand  Forks, chief Hcense inspector for the  district.  Renewals of licenses were granted  for hotels located as follows: At Rock  Creek, 1; Midway, 5; Boundary Fairs,  2; Anaconda, 1; Deadwood, 1; Eholt,5;  Summit camp, 2; Hartford Junction, 1;  Fourth of J uly creek, 1; Carson, i; near  Columbia, 1; Christina lake, 1; Bonanza  siding (C. & W. railway,) 1; Castlegar,  1, and Paterson, Sheep creek, 1.  New application granted: Half way  house, between Trail and Rossland.  New application refused: John Myers,  for new house at Fourth of July creek.  1s.734.30  Due Hanks in the Uniled  Kingdom      90,184 03  Items in transit between  branches   ASSKTS.  Specie    $i44.799-,'3  Dominion notes      I97.3"6.'5  Rills and cheques on other  bnnks      132.560.S7  Due from other banks in  Canada      2Sl,006.75  Ijue from other banks not  in Canada     744,3'4-6o  Loans to banks in Canada  secured   22,566.69   , $9,114,205.69  $12,832,611.21  Will Install July 15th.  Phoenix Lodge No. 28, Knights of  Pythias, has recently chosen new officials as follows:  C. C, George Elkins; V. C, V. G.  Younghusband; prelate, Samuel Stevens; M. of W., A. Blair; K. of R. and  S., James A. Clark; M. of F., John A.  Morrin; M. of L\, A. Greigj M. of A.,  John Campbell; I. G., William Hower;  O. G., Eric Jackson. The installation  will take place on the second Tuesday  in July, the deputy grand chancellor  being J. A. Clark.  S. H. C. Miner, president of tlie  Granby Co., with Mrs. Miner, were in  camp again this week, and ne\t Mon.  day will start for home, in the Eastern  Townships of Quebec, going first to  ���Victoria and then to the coal fields at  Blairmore. On this trip to the unities  Mr. Miner was accompanied by General Manager Graves, Assistant Man  ager Galer and W. B. Reed, a retired  New York banker.  When asked  by  the  Pioneer man  what bethought of the outlook of the  Boundary country, since his  last visit  of a year ago,   Mr.   Miner responded  that he was better pleased than ever at  the prospects of the  entire  country,  and especially, with those for the Granby mines.   He took particular pleasure  in notingthat everything about his company's mines and smelter was in a better condition than ever, and the problem of economical extraction and treatment was gradually being gotten down  to the point desired.    The work is be-  ing.well done by the subordinates which  he has in charge, and the Granby president had no criticisms to offer.     He  believed also that the  party of prominent copper experts, who recently visited the camp, were all more than satisfied.with the bright future for the Granby Co:  Mr. Miner was visited'a couple of  years ago at his office in.Montreal by a  gentleman from the Boundary, and the  question was then asked as to when he  expected to begin to get returns from  the large investments being made m  mining in this country. Mr. Miner is  reported to have responded that if he  began to receive returns in' the course  of five or ten years, he should feel well  satisfied. The first five years are yet  scarcely up, and it is evident that in a  short time, the Gnmby Ca will begin:  paying dividends, especially after the  coke problem is satisfactorily solved.  He has believed all along that it would  take time and large investinent, intelligently applied, to work out the problem  successfully, and his opinion is rapidly  being verified.  New York Banker Satisfied.  Wm. B. Reed, who accompanied  Mr. Miner, invested in Granby. shares  some two years ago, and has since increased his holdings. Up to this time  he has never been in British Columbia.  He went all over and through the Granby mines while here, and although a  conservative man, was not a little pleased at the evidences of permanancy and  economy in the working of the mines  and smelter.  Mr Reed was for 37 years connected  with the First National Bank of New  York, retiring last year from the position of cashier. This bank has the comfortable capital 'of ten millions, a reserve of a like amount, and deposits  of some eighty millions of dollars. Mr.  Reed is now the president of the Safe  Deposit Trust Co., conducted in connection with the First   National Bank,  78,344 70  Dominion ��nd I'rov. Government securities     1S0.07.v42  Canadian municipal debentures    272,200.00  Railway and other stocks  and bonds. ���      87,262.67  Call loans on bonds and  stocks  1,144:557.28  Total assets immediately  available $31262,396.2;  Deposits with Dominion  government lor securitty  of bank note circulation   $So,ooo.oo  Current loans, discounts  and advances to the public 9,053.39269  Real  estate   other  bank premises   than  27,674.00  Mortgages ou real estate  sold by the bank      58,676.17  Loans overdue, all loss  provided for        34.439.64  Bank premises and furniture, including sates and  vaults    305,804.64  Other nsset:  10,227 So  - 9.57o,2i4,94  $12,832,611.21  J. MACKINNON,  General Manager.  BOUNDARY ORE SHIPMENTS.  The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines lor 1900, for 190  1902, and for 1903, as reported to the Phoenix Pioneer���  1000    .     1901 1902  Granby Mines, Phoenix      64,633   231,762   309,858  nuwahoo, "         297  Brooklyn, "         150  Mother Lode, Deadwood      5,340  Sunset, "  ,  Morrison, "   B. G. Mine,        Summit     19,494  R. Bell,  Emma, "      VVinnipeg,   Wellington...      1,076  1,731    20,800  1903  152.452  21,750  for  Past  Week  3,988  2,160  Golden (Jrown  Athelstan, "  King Solomon, W.Copper  No. 7 Mine, Central.  City of Paris, "     .  Jewel, Long Lake.  Carmi, West Fork   Providence,   Providence   Ruby,     Boundary Falls.   Miscellaneous      3,230  2.250  1,200  2,000  160  99,034  802  150,  47,405  560  650  1,040  350  890  80  3,456  141.326.  .7,455  14,8li  8,530  785  625  482  45,264  4,925  14,125  9!020  2,976  364  591  325  Total, tons     99,730  Granby Smelter treated, tons..   62,387  390,000  230,828  507,545 248,133  312,340 144,607  :i  .!h  itf  3b  1  &l  * \P!  ' .)  I  !  ���Wt'  1  '���$  t  >#  ^  "������$  j  m  V  . i.\*>  1 ?  ���i<V-*  1)  1  -m  ( *  ���V*  .1  "��;JS  ���j-  "3-5I  rSm  1  ���I  m  1  1  M  M'  If  t  �����;  4  'm  1'  .<-���?}*  'r  **���&  '���IKS  i'  m  1  M  Wjh  '   *    '*  1     w  ||  .';3-7"-  M.  "t 'M  "; IS  . *    Il IL   . _������_.r.__T����w.^��i mist^sr~vl~������!?r���-7''~��-^ ������ ., ���.rr^;-7T-?r*',^"*7V*^-1"~-"*.-7r'^" ^ ,. ������;.������'" ������"������ ii. j-'.;-   ?"' WiSpi   _... -r~T.-yrT\r. '<���* j*-* ���.-��- ���"n'.JiV .��'������. ������:���> '������"v. 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U-.V. ?:.-f .' .���.i-.Wl-.-j1!".- w\'f. .^:������������^., v. \W\ '��.���:...��� *.,.>.."?i 1.1. ������ ���!'.-.'-,���^���"'.���-i.\.-v,:..-T"-",iV.v;,:.is��ra ���t"  Villi PlIOKXIX Pl'ONKKR  ���I  si  Si  !��������  IS'  f  I  li:i  m  Pi"  If'  m  *3h  III  :iiiralS-  The Phoenix Pioneer-  ISSUER ON SATURDAY BY THE  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  AT P1IOK.MX. D. C.  W, B. WIULCOX. Manager.  Telephone  l Business office No. 14.  I MannRer's residence, SO. 15-  SOBSCRIPTIONS IN  ADVANCK.  ..$2.00  .. 1.25  Per Year   Six Months   If you are not o subscriber lo this paper',-'this  is an Invitation to vou to become one1.  Advertising rates furnished 011 application.  Legal notices 10 and s cents per line,  four weekly insertions constitute one month's*  advertising.  'I'he Nelson Economist asserts that  in some constituencies the conservatives have candidates to burn. This is  a warm way of getting rid of candidates.  One may disagree with John Houston, of the Nelson Tribune, but one  thing is absolutely certain, and that is  that he gets out one of the most interesting weeklies in this entire section.  "#���  rft  THE OBSERVATORY  Things Talked ok at  Home and Elskwhkkk  *  It is said that Rockefeller has contributed $5,000 to the St. Louis sufferers, but the reports do not say just how  much he will raise the price of kerosene  to pay for this casting of oil upon the  waters.  Col. Prior, with the multiplicity of  his other troubles, completely forgot  that two per cent tax which he promised to repeal. And now the gallant  colonel will be completely forgotten  himself.  1903  JUNE  1903  Sun;  Men. Tues. Wed.  \    2    3  8    9  10  15 16 17  Thu. Frl.  4 5  JJ J2  18   19  7  14  21 22 23 24 25 26  28 29 30  Sit.  6  13  20  27  OPINIONS THAT COUNT.  Within a week  or two  there have  been published in the Boundary press,  as well as in a number of outside papers, opinions about the Granby mines  that are worthy of more than passing  attention.   These opinions are significant because they come from  gentlemen who are acknowledged to be lead-  , ers in the copper  mining industry of  the American  continent ��� gentlemen  who have already  been successful in  copper in other fields, and  who have  only lately become  interested in the  Boundary.  Since the Pioneer began the work of  telling the outside world of the wonderful  mineral riches  of the, Boundary,  nearly four years ago,, many  persons  have  visited the Granby mines, and  have expressed the most profound surprise at the immensity of the  ore deposits, as well as with the down-to-date  preparations made for the economical  extraction of values.1     But none have  held the same relations to the copper  mining industry as do the gentlemen  from Boston and New York who recently visited Phoenix for the first time,  and thus realized the gigantic  potentialities here found.  When such men as John Stanton,  George Martin Luther, J. B. Francis  HerreschofT and Clement S. Houghton  say that they have never seen anything  like the Granby ore' deposits, although  they are familiar with the Butte and  Michigan copper fields, one can rest  assured that the opinion is one "that  really counts. Those gentlemen, collectively and individually, were simply  astonished at what they saw, and frankly said that had they not seen it they  would not have believed it. If there  could be a higher testimonial to the  richness and permanency of the Boundary ore deposits, the Pioneer has yet  to learn of it.  It was a pleasant sight to see the  experts referred to tramping over the  surface of the Granby mines and then  through two or three of the four miles  of underground workings of the properties, and note their expressions of  pleased surprise.  The Pioneer predicts that no one  thing that has happened in the Bound  ary in the last few year!; will eventually  be of as much benefit to* this section,  representing as these gentlemen do directly many millions of capital. It is  to be hoped that the doubter and pessimist has read the opinions referred to,  and will agree with them that the Boundary is destined to become one- of the  greatest, if not the greatest, mining district on the continent of North America.  New voters' lists will soon be in  course of preparation, and those wishing to be in the swim should lose no  time in getting registered ��� no matter  where or how your name was on the  lists before.  Another outfit has obtained a Dominion charter for a Coast-Kootenay  railway���the McLean Bros. One-half  of the money spent so far on getting  charters for this road would have built  a good sized piece of it.  While Joseph Martin has resigned  from the leadership of the liberal party  in this province, no one really thinks  that he has dropped out of politics ���  that's not like Joe. He'll be sure to  turn up when least expected.  WHAT EDITORS SAY  John Should Know���The Bank of  Montreal has increased i}s capital from  $12,000,000 to $13,379,240, and its  rest from $8,400,000 to $9,000,000.  Banks and newspapers are great money  makers.���Nelson Tribune.  A Great Advertisement ��� The  Miner party of capitalists who visited  the Granby copper mines -��� and plant  last week are filling the papers with  the accounts of the wonders they saw.  It is a great advertisement for British  Columbia.���Slocan Drill.  The Least Evii The party line  system of government admittedly has  its evils, but out of the big book of  practical experience British Columbia  can testify that they are as naught in  comparison with the evils arising under  non-party administration.��� Vancouver  World.  Must Pay Taxes ��� Even the Victoria Colonist will be made to swing  into line for McBride. This will be a  bitter pill for Dunsmuir to swallow, because he realizes that he will have to  pay his share of the ta^es���something  that he has succeeded in avoiding to  some extent heretofore. ��� Rossland  Miner.  STRICTLY   BUSINESS  Responding to an item that recently  appeared in the Pioneer, in which St.  Peter directed to the lower regions  those who applied at the pearly gate  for admission, but who acknowledged  that they had not paid the printer, a  subscriber to this paper living in Rossland writes to learn quickly how much  he owes, so that he can settle before  he shuffles of this mortal coil. Of  course, tlie information desired was  promptly furnished by first mail.  nt ������  . We merely mention this little incident, as there may be other gentle  readers thirsting after similar information, to whom this tale may be a hint.  If such there be, our force Of subscription clerks will take the utmost  pleasure in affording the desired information upon request, so that all may  have the same opportunity of treading  in the straight and narrow path. Dj  not be backward about coming forward. ���., .      .   ' ���.'������,,  What the intending investor in a  mine wants to know is, how much metal  the ore contains, the amount of ore  available, the cost of mining and of reduction, and the probable length of  time required to exhaustjhe visible supply, says an exchange. He cares little  about the genesis of: the ore deposit,  how the gold or silver or copper Or other  metals come into the ore. He wants  to know how to get it out in the shortest possible time at the least possible  cost. If promoters' reports dealt more  with substantial, pertinent facts and  less with fancy and unnecessary scientific information,' the man with the  money and he could more quickly come  to an understanding.  Twelve years ago $100 invested in  the United Verde copper mine cost"$i  a share and was worth $100. Today  that $100 worth of shares is worth  $30,000, and the returns are $1,200  per year; $100 invested in the Home-  stake, South Dakota, in stock which  sold for $1 a share is now worth $20,-  000. One hundred dollars invested in  the Greene Consolidated, at $1 a share  two years ago, is now worth $8,700.  Query: What will Granby shares,  that can now be had for $5, be worth  in a couple of years.  D. J. MATHESON,  insurance agent,  fire, i.ikk, acc dent.  Coiiniitsfiltiner for Inking Altliliivits.  Phoenix, 13.  B. KERR,  .Barrister and Solicitor,  . ��� NOTARY puulic.  PHOENIX, B.C.  King Edward Lodge, U.D.  ...  A. F.aixl A. M.  Regular communication 8 p. in.     Sec  ond Thursday of cacti inuutli.  Hmergciit meeting!! us called; Masonic  Hall, Morrison-Anderson Block.  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.  W. L. GKRMAINK,  :   Secretary.  v. l. cock:  W. M.  Phoenix Federal Labor Union  ���   '': No. 155.������       '  Meets Thursdays at 8 p. nt. at Min-   ���*- eis' Union Hall.   KD BROWN, I'ien. AUGUST 1'II.GKK.Sec'y  PHOENIX AERIB  NO. 158.  Meetings on V'rtdny  al 83011.111., Miiicr*'  Uni 11 Hall.  Visiting   liretlircn  conliiilly Invited.  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work .Guaranteed.  Imported Goods.  INF.   I'OOTS AND SllOKS  MADE TO  ORDER.  PRACTICAL    MINERS'  AND   PROS-  l'KCTORS'SHOES   A  SPECIALTY.  LAGER  BEER  TIlOa I.VO.VS, 1'rei.       WM.. FLKMINU. Sec>-  GEORGE GIBSOK  SHAVING PARLORS  and..HATH ROOM.  I'hoenix. B. C.  Graves-Williams Mock', cor.  Hirst and Old Ironsides Ave.  An Aggravating Cough Cured.  A customer of. ours who had been  suffering from a severe congli for six  months, bought two bottles of Chamberlain's CoiiK'i Remedy from ns and was  entirely cured by one and a half bottles  ofit; It gives perfect satisfaction with  our trade;��� Haynes-Parker & (,'o.,Line-  ville, Ala.   For sale by all druggist's.  . The Best Liniment.  "I have derived great benefit from the  use of Chamberlain's Pain Balm for  rheumatism arid lumbago," says Mrs.  Anna Hagelgans' of Tuekahoe, 'N. J.  "My husband used it for a '-'sprained  back and was quickly relieved; .In fact  it is the best family liniment I have ever  used. I would not think of being with  out it. , I have recommended it to many  and tliev always speak very! highly of it  and declare its merits are wonderful."  For sale by'all druggists.  . In Servia when the people become  tired of the existing government, they  kill the king and queen and proceed  to fill their shoes with new aspirants.  This is a simple way, but it is too  much like barbaric ages. In this  country if we do not like the government in power we grin and bear it till  a new election occurs.  The good people of Greenwoed are  moving against the pollution of Twin  creek, from which that city's water supply is obtained, and which creek flows  directly through the heart of the corporation of Phoenix. The true solution  to such a vexed problem is to secure  some other .source of supply.  The power of intelligent publicity  never grows less.  Advertising carves a channel through  which the tide of trade will surge.  Those who wait for the dead and  the man who never advertises will long  go barefooted.  Everything in connection with a  modern business is advertising in one  form or another.  Advertising is a plain business proposition and should form the foundation  of every business venture.  BOUNDARY STATISTICS.  From the Offices of the Two Mining Recorders.  The following statistics regarding  mining matters in the Boundary are  taken from tbe belated annual report  of the Minister of Mines for the year  1902:  Kettle River  Mining  Division ��� Record office at Greenwood���  Claims recorded      339  Certificates of work issued .... 809  Bills of sale, etc., recorded .... 241  Certificates of improvements re- ���  corded '       60  Tree Miners' Certificates issued     749  R. R;& Nav. Co.  Union Pacific R.R.  ONLY LINE EAST  VIA  Salt Lake arid Denver.  Two Trains' Daily.  Steamship tickets to Europe and other  foreign countries. '���-.-'  A  NE.W  EDITION  webster's  International  Dictionary  A Dictionary of E.NGLISH,  ���j Biography, Geography, Fiction, etc  New Plates Throughout  25,000   New Word  Phrases    and    Definitions  Prepared under the direct  supervision of W.T. KARRIS  Ph.D., .LL.D., United States  Commissioner of Education,  assisted by a large, corps of  competent specialists..  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Krewt'il l>y a liomi'.iiMiliiiii 11, tins proven  the test ami liuf in: du 11  Host bf Friends  wlio ti'slifv to its t'ooiKJtui'iticH '���.,.;���  PHOENIX BREWERY,  JULIUS MUELLER,  Proprietor. ;v  Corner  Standard Ave. and Banner St. Pncenix.  Lion coming works  "|A3   McCRRATH. Prop ���  JOBBERS IN WINES, EEER AND CIGARS  Sole Agents fot Kclchwitiellrn Sellers' Illue Label Brand tliemoul  healthful and refreshing of Mineral Waters. ���:���_>��;:.-..1,  Phone Orders Solicited. GREENWOOD and PHOENIX, B. C.  palace livery staples  'Hie best established and regulated hostelry in the Hotitv  dary. We are centrally located in our new stables with  a complete outfit ot'Saddle and Driving Horses. The  best of rigs.     Parties  driven  to any Boundary   point.       .  Clear Smelter Lake Ice Delivered on Wednesday and Saturdays.  Mclntyre & HcDonald, Props.  Knob Hill Avenue  Olil Ironsides  Addition  Phoenix, B.C.  ����*8><S>$><SK^'s><3��$<S>^  Leaves  Daily  Spokane Time Schedule.  Effective pec. 3,) 190?  Arrives  Paily  Total  2)198  Grand Forks Mining  Division ��� Record office at Grand Forks���  Claims recorded  177  Certificates of work issued .... 580  Bills of sale, etc., recorded.... 207  Certificates of improvements recorded   51  Free Miners Certificates issued 436  Total     M5'  Everybody is cordially invited to attend the pavilion dance at the Hotel  Winnipeg, Grand Forks, B. C, on tlie  evening of July 1 st, Dominion Day.  GalliherV orchestra, of Spokane,, will  furnish the music,   Tickets onedollar. j  7.450. ra. HAST MAIL���To and from  Coeur d'Alene district, Parnj-  iiistou Garfield Colfax, Pull-  man, 'Moscow, ���Ponieroy,  Waitsbmg, Dayton, W alia  Walla, Pendleton, Baker City  and all point* East.... :.������.. 6.35 r>. ni.  4:15 p. m. KXPKKHS���For Farniingtoii  Garfield, Colfax,   Pullman, '  Moscow,I.ewiston,Portland      !,  San KranciBco, Baker City    ���  mid all points HAST.  KXPRKSS ���From alt points  Kast, Baker City, San Francisco, Portland, Colfax, Garfield and I'armington .....9.30a. m.  *Uxcept Sunday.  SHORT LINE TO CALIFORNIA.  San Francisco-Portland Route.  Steamers sail from Ainsworth dock, Portland,  at 8 p. iii. and from Spear Street wharf, SanFran-  cisco, at 10 a. m. every five days.  Tickets on sate at all S. V. & N. Stations.  For further information as to rates, ttnie of  trains, equipment, etc., address  GEO. J. MOHMCR, General Agent,  430 Riverside Ave., Spokane. Wash  Spokane falls and llorfliern  NELSON  &   FORT   SHEPPARI?  EED MOUNTAIN E'Y.  Washington and Great Nor. Ry.  V., M. and E. Ry.  The only all-rail route between all points eaat;  west, and south to Rossland, Nelson and all iii  lermediate points; connecting at Spokane will  the Great Northern,Northern Pacific and O. R K  n.co.       .���,.-':','���       y..:,  Connects at Rossland and Nelson with Canadian Pacific Railway.   .  Connects at Nelsou.wttli steamer for Kaslo and  all Kootenay I.ake: points." ;  Connects at Curlew with stage for Green  wood and Midway, B.C.  Buffet cars run" oh passenger trains between  tween Spokane and Republic.   AEeut for '.���  PABST AND:  CALGARY  ���������BE KR.������������  R. GREIGER,  ManagM .�����������  GREENWOOD  WK8*sx'^<'*>$xm>--"*><^^  You Should Read  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  The Leading Weekly  ..' of the Boundary.. Cff:  Leave.  0:250 m   10:15a. m.....  7:00a. m...'...,  11:00 a. 111   10:24 a. 111......  9:15 a. m....:..  KFI'KCTIVB NOV. 22. 1902.   . ...  ,,   ',,.-..'���'"������     ;      ���'���';,      Arrive  ....Spokane :5:4s P- m  ...Rossland..... .....5:10 p. ni  .....Nelson...!..........: 8 00 p. ni  .....Grand Forks............4:oo p; m.   .Curlew ���.... ........4 41 p. 111.   Republic...... ...5:40 p. 111  1 ��� ��� ���  J ��� ��� e  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, B.C.  YA��> The most perfecty appointed Health  and Pleasure Resort in the West, with a complete system of Baths���including Turkish an I  Itussinn. Open the year round.. The curative  properties of its waters are uucqualed.  Hor Curing all Rheumatic, t-Iervous and Muscular Troubles.  Foi Healing all Kidney, Liver aud Stomuch  ailnit-ntsi. .    ;  For KHmiuatiiifc all Metallic Poisons from the  System. -''"'.  The grandeur of the sceiifry is unrivaled,  Mountains,snow peaks, forests, lakes,waterfalls,  boating, yachting, fishing, shooting, excursions,  tennis. Its winter climate is unsurpassed for  mild u ess.  Published iu the Heart of the Greatest Gold  Copper belt of British Columbia.  H.A.JACKSON,  General Passenger Agent.  Spokane, Wash.  AND  Of every description can be obtained at Eastern Prices at the  '.*-, NELSON, b;c, :"  First cjass -jyork and stock guaranteed.   Estimate furnished.  .ty|NERAIL-4CTr..*.',.:  Certificate of linprovemcnfg.  NOijerc.    '���'.','  Starve-out  Fractional Hjjner&l   Olaiin,  fituate in thu I��eltlu"Bjvw  5f-"i,"'J  Division of Vale I)iatrjctv   Wliere  located;   In Skylark Camn  Take notii'a-.that I, .!<il)n  \V. Nelson.  Free Minor's Certif'nite No. 1$ 54017, in':  tend, sixty,days' from tlie date hereof, to  apply to tlieMininir Recorder for & Certificate of ltnprovoiriontH, f. rtho purpose  of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above  claim. '���  "��� And further take notice that action,  under gecii. n 87, must be commenced,  before the issuance of such Certificate  of Improvements.  Dated this20thdiivof March, A.I) "1003.  ���   John W. Ni'.i.bon.  THE MILWAUKEE  A familiar name for the Cliioasto, 1'il  waakee & St. Paul Railway, known all  over the Union as ,the Great Railway  runnitiR the "Pioneer Limited" trains  every day and night between St. Paul  and Chicago, and, Omaha ami Chicago,  "The only perfect trains in the woil I."  Utiderotand: Connections are made  with All Transcontinental I-inep, assuring to passengers' the best service known.  Luxurious coaches, electric lightp, steam  heat, of a verity equaled by no other  line.  See that-your ticket rc-ads via ''The  Milwaukee", when goiiifr to iiuy point in  tlie United States or Canada. All ticket  agents sell them.  Fpr pates, p.irnplilets or other itifor-  inatipn, address;'       ,  .R...J.. Forp, ... H.'S. KqwE,  Trav. l'(|SS. 4gt., Qeueral Agi!tit,  SfQ&ANW.WN. I'DKTLANP.OR  If you^rmd the  PHOENIX PIONEER,  You'll hoop posted on  the Boundary.  the entire Hotindaiy shipped 500,000 tons of ore,  nearly every ton of which was reduced by  BOUNDARY SMELTERS  I'hoenix camp alone shipped 330,000 tons of ore  last yeai.", :'.' ;..,-;�� -; ���������>���  The Pioneer is published every Saturday and  and is sent to any part of Canada or the United  Stales for  $2.00  per year���or the rest of the world for $3.00   per  year.    It gives the  Latest and Most  Reliable News  of Boundary Mines and Smelters.     It is feat less  and independent, and aims to be  DOWN TO DATE.  Your subscription can begin at any time.  1 Address y/i\\i check  Eastern-  Townships  ESTABLISHED  1859.  CAPITAL $2,000,000. RESERVE FUND, $i,2oo,ooc.  Head Office, SHE��3aOOKE, QUE   EC.  Wm KAKWtLi, President.       Jas.. Mackiimoii,  Gen'I MKr.  S. V. Mokr\   Injector.  .SHKKIIKC'IVKE, QUKBEC-  ROCK IBLANI),; "  KICIIMQNI), "  HUNTIKCON, "  OIEMSTOWN, "  BT. .TCIINS, "  BRANCHES  MONTREAL, QUKUKC.  COWAN��VII.'K,  GUANBY, "  MAGOG, "  WINDSOH MII.I.B,  GBANDKOKKS, II.  C.  WATKH'.OO,  COATICOOK,  UKDPOHI),  ST.   HYACINTHS  SUTTON  I'HOKNIX,  B.   C.  QUKUKC.  CojnKSPONOENTS.   .  IN CAN-ADA: Tlie 13ank of Montreal.  IN UNITEI*) STATH9���-.'   .- ;���"'    V;  National Part Bank, New .Yprjk.   y.':  National IJxclinnge Bank;Boston.  Pirs^t National Bank, PcirUnnd.  .    H^angcNatto'n'ni)Bank1"8pokanc,.Waah.  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The Most Adaptable.  Write for Catalogue.  THE LINOTYPE COMPANY,  MONTREAL, QUE  OFFICIAL REPORT  ON GRANBY MINES  Made to Minister of Mines for  1902.  BY  tiOUJ   COMMISSIONER   HcNYNN  "Strongest in the world.  Assets  t J3��i568'o63-49-  SukiM.us $70,137,17^01  H. ALLENBERG; Manager,  605 606 607 Empire Stale Building  SPOKANE, WASH.  L. W.. MAJOR, Asst. Manager, Rcssland, B. C.  ���������������������������������^������������������������������'���*  ^������������������������������������������������������������������������������h}  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������"������������������!  PHOENIX  *  MARKET,  I P. Burns & Co,  ���'  fe  ll KA'> OFFICE FOR I10UNI3AKV CKKKK, GREENWOOD,. IS.  > ''0. HEADQUARTERS, NELSON, IS. C. ,  dives Details of Development lo January Im  Last���Alto ol New Machinery   Installed  ''   lor tbat Year. .    >.'.  : v; v Wholesale and Detail tleat Merchants. I  Markets at! Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon,-Siocaq City,  Silverton, New Denver, Ymir, Salnio, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Niagara and Phoenix.  FISH, OYSTERS AND: POULTRY IN SEASON.  All orders receive prompt attention.  ������������������������  #���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  =   LINE.  Between Phoenix and Greenwood.  Leave Phoenix ut 10 a. m,  Leave Greenwood at 3 p. in.  Daily.  eSfr tjK ��ir��  A;S. 4 PAW, Proprietor.  The following report of mining operations-for 1902'on two of the large  properties in Phoenix camp, is taken  from the report to the minister of mines  by Win. G. MeMynn, tlie gold commissioner:  Old Ironsides Group.  The Granby Consolidated Mining,  Smelting & Power Co., Ltd., is the  owner of the Old Ironsides, Knob Hill,  Victoria, Fourth of July, Phoenix,  Aetna, Grey Eagle, Banner, Tip Top  and Triangle Fraction, which last year  shipped about three-tenths of the total  ore production of this district. Last  year's footage of development work was  2,113 lineal feet, of which 514 were  sinking and raising, and 1,599 cross-  cutting''and drifting, This brought tlie  total footage, to the end of 1902, up to  ' 5>3 5 9 lineal feet (or more than three  miles of underground work,) of which  3,013 are sinking and raising and 13,-  346 cross-cutting and drifting.  Included in the year's development  work are two tunnel*,' known as No, z  An tin  Offer to our Subscribers.  BOTH NEW AND OLD.  Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto.  Globe (daily) both for One  year. ....--:���   Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto  Globe, (weekly) both for One  year... -- ---:������  Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Daily Herald, both for One  _ao���'''/-Including HnmiKome Portrait")  year   V.of King Kdward, 17x5a iiichcsV--- .-���������  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 '--������----���---  Subscriptions received to all Magazines and Periodicals at publishers lowest rates.  $3.75  2.50  2.50  2.75  .75  Send all subscriptions to this office.  PHOENIX  PIONEER,  PH01NTX, B. C.  Victoria Avenue, Phoenix,  Jn Cottage H.u'el,  B,C,  We make a specialty  of Jamikj and Hotel  traclc:  Free delivery to all pai t�� ot the city.  J.'S.McCAGUE, Prop.  Too Great a Risk.  In almost everv neighborhood '!o".'*inL*  has died from an attack of colic 'if ft o -  era morbus, often before mudicmeconm  be procured or a physician sninm*-.tic..  A reliable  remedy   for  these. < it-ens'-8  el.oul I be kept at hand.   Tbe risk  great, for anyone to take.   Chamber*!     a  Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea RemtO>  hit's undoubtedly saved tho lives of rnore  jteople fifid relieved more pain and huh��.i  hg thanany other iriedicinfc in ����(*���    ,  tan dlftays be ehperided ubbri-   Tor BT  3pefln| Round Trip Rales.  Between June-4th and August 26th  the Illinois Central will sell rcund tup  tickets from Oregon and Washington  points to Chicago, Cairo, Memphis  ant) New Orleans at  greatly  reduced  rates- ... .,     r-.  Tickets good tor three months.  Oo-  ina limit ten days. Returning -limit  ten days after starting west, Stopove.  piivileues either way, west of the Mis-  sotiri river, ,  Sale dates are arranged to be convenient for delegates to convention', of  National Educational Association, at  .Boston; Elks, al Baltimore; Woodmen,  Tt Indianapolis; Eagles, at New York;  Shriners,at Saratoga; Knights of Pythias  at Louisville and Commercial I ravel-  ers at Indianapolis.  You can take your choice of sixteen  different routes. Write us. We will  cheerfully give you any detailed information you want.  B. H. Tkumhuli.,  142 Third St.,  Portland, Ore.  IMKb a bilious attack, take Chamber  llBfta' Stomich u.d LiVer W^"  tiaick recovery is certam. ?or safe Dy  nU'drugKJsls.  and No, 3 respectively. The portalof  No. 2 tunnel is at a point above the  Old Ironsides shaft house. This tun  nel runs under the Knob Hill railway  spur, and connects with the 100-foot  level on the Knob Hill claim. Ore is  taken from this level and dumped into  an ore bin of 3,oqp tons capacity, which  'was built last year above the Old Ironsides railway spur. No. 3 tunnel,which  starts from a point about 50 feet below  the new ore bin, will tap the 100-foot  level of the Old Ironsides and, eventually, the 200-foot level of the Knob Hill  Other work done includes a great  deal of surface stripping, which expos  ed the ore body to a width of from 300  to 400 feet, as well as the enlargement  of the old ore quarries and opening of  new ones.  'I'he new machinery installed in 1902  consisted of a Farrel-BaconStyle Bore  crusher, with jaw opening 42 inches by.  30 inches, having a stated capacity of  150 tons of rock per hour, crushing it  to a size not larger than 7 to 8 inches;  a 100-h. p. Type K. Canadian General  Elearic Company's induction motor,  belted to crusher; a 3-wheel break system headworks, with 48 inch sheaves  for 1-inch rope, installed at the top of  a 2,000 foot gravity tramway recently  constructed for conveying ore from the  main quarry to the crusher. At No. 2  (Ironsides-Victoria) shaft, a 12 by 16-  inch double cylinder, section motion,  winding engine, capable of hoisting 6,-  000 pounds at a speed of 400 feet per  minute, was installed.  Surface improvements made in 1902  include the erection of a compressor  building, 121 feet by 60 feet; a machine  and blacksmith shop, 118 feet by 40  feet; a crusher building, 55 by 22 feet;  two new ore bins, together of a capacity  of 2,500 tons, and some 2,500 feet additional C. IV R. railway tracks in  switches and sidings. When the smelter is running full capacity, so that 1,-  500 tons of ore may be shipped per  diem, the number of men employed at  these mines is about 425, but when  running at half of its capacity, that i.s  with only two furnaces, the working  force is reduced to about 250 men.  Other machinery ordered in 1902  and now delivered, includes two Rand  tandem, cqmpqund air compressors,  electrically driven a,rid connected with  motors by a rope drive, having high  pressure cylinders 16 by 36, and low  pressure cylinders 28 by 36, the rated  capacity of the engines being 6,000 feet  of free air per  minute,  or sixty 3#-  inch machine drills, together with two  7oo-h. p. type C. Westinghouse induction motors to operate compressors;  twenty 3^-inch Rand machine drills,  and the following machine tools, to  complete the equipment of an up-to-  date machine shop: One screw cutting  lathe, 15-inch swing with 8-ft. bed, complete with friction counter shafts compound rest, two face plates, one io-in.  4-jawed independent chuck, etc.; one  32-inch lathe with-18-ft. bed, complete;  one 24-inch stroke shaper; one 36-ihch  upright drill press; one 600-lb single  frame steam hammer, cylinder 7 inches  in diameter by 20 inches stroke; one  hand power bending roll, to roll plate  7-16 inch thick and 48 inches wide;  one Merrill power driven pipe threading and cutting off machine, to cut off  and thread pipe from 2 /2 to 8 inches,  inclusive, and one power driven splitting shear to cut 7-16-inch plate any  width.  Brooklyn ("roup.  The   lirooklyn  group  includes the  Brooklyn,   Stemwinder. ��� Montezuma,  .Standard and Idaho mineral claims, the  property of the Dominion'Copper Co.,  Ltd , of Toronto, Ontario.     Development work approximating 3,500 feet  has been done on the Brooklyn, which  has a shaft 268 feet deep with two levels,  one at the depth of 150 feet and the  other at the depth of 250 feet.     It is  stated on good authority that a chute  of ore on this 250-foot level has   been  proved to beat least 1,000 feet in length  and about 20 feet in,width.     On the  Stemwinder a shaft has been sunk to a  depth of 344 -feet.     The  surface improvements include some good   mine  buildings and a steam power plant.  Slater Shoe Advertising  Selling the first pair  Short talks by the Slater Shoe ad man, No. 2.  *������***���������**���***<  ������*���������*�������������������������������������**����*�����**##��  Nothing Like Experience.  "One truth learned by actual experience does more (rood than ten experience!) one hears about,.*' 'Ml a mini tlml  Chtmberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy will cure cholera morbus,  and lie will uiost likely forget it before  the end of the day. Let hiin huve a severe attack of thai disease, feel that he  is about to die, use this remedy,and learn  from his own experience how quickly it  gives relief, and he will remember it all  his life.   For sale by all druggists..  Low Rates to Los Angeles.  The 0. R. & N. will sell tickets May  10th, lltli, 15th and Kith from Spokane  to Los Angeles, Cal. and return via  steamer from Portland at rate of lf4G.!)0,  and on May 13th, 14th and 15th via the  all rail route $4!).2l), or via steamer from  Portland to San Francisco, rail to Los  Angeles and rail returning, $49 20. Meals  and berths on Steamers included. Final  limit July 15th. lt'03. Stopovers allowed  in California in either direction. Berth  reservations should bo made in. advance.  For fun particulars call'Bnor address,  Geo^ J.' Mohi.'er, General Agent,  43CJ Riverside avenue, Spokane.  i B. C MINING  *���������*�����������*���*������������������������������ ������***��*���*����*���**.��� *���*��������*������������������'.  The Nome mine, in Ymir district, is  soon to be on the shipping list.  The ore shipments from the Slocan  have passed the 6,000 ton; mark.  Tlie now" zinc separator for the  Payne  mine is to be ready about July  The output of coal at the Morrissey  mines is expected soon to be 1,000  tons per day.  The No. 1 mine at Ainsworth is expected to start up shortly. Tlie Highland is working a force of 50 men.  After being closed for nearly three  years, the Great Western mine at  Rossland, has resumed operations.  A contract has been let by the Le  Roi No. 2 for the buildings to cover  its Elmore oil plant, to cost $7,000.  There were 998,999 tons of ore mined in the province of British Columbia  last year as compared with 920,416 the  year before.  The Western Federation of Miners  at their recent meeting loaned $2,000  to Sandon Miners' Union to fit up  their hospital.  It has been definitely decided that  the mill for the Arlington mine, near  Slocan City, will be built this season,  with a capacity of 50 tons daily.  During the year 1902 in the Koote-  nays and Boundary 3,089 new locations  were made and 6,451 assessments were  done in the 15 mining divisions.  Through Thomas Jones, its ore buyer, the Lanyon Zinc Co., of Iola. Kansas, is investigating a proposition to establish a zinc smelter on the coast.  A 200 ounce gold brick was the result of 18 days' run at the Wilcox mill,  Ymir, when 250 tons of ore were crushed. In addition about a car of $45  per ton concentrates were produced.  I^ist week's Rossland ore shipments  were: Le Roi 3,000, Centre Star 1,-  620, War Eagle 1,140, I.e Roi No. 2  910, Velvet 100, Kootenay 340. Total  for the week 7,110 tons, and for the  year to date 163,757 tuns.  It is not doubted in Rossland that  recently an important discovery of payable ore was made on the 1,350-foot  level of the Le Roi mine. Official confirmation cannot be obtained, but something in that direction is expected at an  early date.  Advertising may induce a man or worn?  to buy the first pair of "Slater Shoes" but if th...-  first pair be a failure no amount of advertisir.  will induce the- disappointed wearer to buy =  second pair.  If every man and woman in Canada bough'  a pair of "Slater Shoes" through advertising ar.  ceased wearing���or buying them after the fjj  purchase, the entire Canadian market for "Slat  Shoes" would be exhausted in less than two yea-  Yet the sales of "Slater Shoes "have go.  on increasing for many years.  The same people have been buying' t'  * Slater Shoe" year after year and consta  advertising, is making new wearers every seasc.  'proving that it la as good a shoe as il,  makers claim it to be.  The Slater Shoe  Goodyear welted.   Made in Canada 40 years.  For men $4.00 and $5.50.  ., For women $3.50 and $5.00.  SOLE AGENTS,  Hunter-Kendrick Co.  PHOENIX, B.C.  Why you should buy.  FAIR PLAY  CHEWING  TOBACCO  Because it is the BE-iT quality  Because it is the MOST LASTING chew  Because it in the LARGEST high grade 10  or 20c plug  Because the TAGS ARE VALUABLE for  , premiums until January 1,JJ^6  Because we GUARANTEE every plug and  Because YOUR DEALER IS AUTHORIZED TO REFUND MONEY  IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED  Tub Emmke Tobacco Co., Ltd  There are a few subscribers to the Pioneer  ���justa few���who ore delinquent for the year  1902. If you are one of these, the editor will  appreciate prompt liquidation.  NOTICE.  In the matter of the "Land Registry  Act," mid in ihe matter of the Title to  IX)t il Block 12, Map 59, Town of Pliofl-  nix, in theOsoyooB DivUion of Yale District. " ;  Whereas tlie Certificate of Title of  Rebecca-Smith, being Certificateof Title  No.40it0a to the ahove hereditaments,  has been lost or destroyed, and application had been made to ine for a duplicate thereof;  Notice is hereby given that a duplicate of Certificate of Title to above  hereditaments will be issued at the ex-  pirat'on of one month from tlie date  hereof, unless in the meantime''valid  objection is made in writing.  Land Registry OfHce. Kamloops, B.C.,  Mav 10, HI03,  ��� " '���    . W, H. EDMONDS,  (it District Registrar.  Just What You Need.  Chamberlain's .Stomach and Liver  Tablets are just what you need when const ipated; when you have no appetite,  feel dull after eating and wake .up with  a bad taste in your mouth. They will  improve your appetite.cleanse and invigorate your stomach and give you a relish  ior'vour food.   For sale'by alldruggistsi  City Treasurer McCallum announces  that the assessed valuation of Grand  Forks this year, the first since the  amalgamation, is$5SS,515 tor improve  mtnts and $844,235 for land, 01 a  total of $1,399,650.  The property now occupied by  the postoffice, and. known as the  PHOENIX, B. C,  PRICE, #3.000.  Apply to  A. fl, SPEKRY,  Qreeii\YqQd, B, C,  1903 COPPER HANDBOOK  The World's Standard Reference Book on Copper.  The 1903 International Edition is new from cover to  cover. It lists and describes 2,207 copper mines and copper mining companies in all parts of the world. It has a  greatly amplified chapter on the History, Geology, Chemistry, Mineralogy, Metallurgy, Uses and Statistics of Copper.  Eight chapters are devoted to the various Copper. Mining  fields of the world; a long .chapter of Statistical Tables  and descriptions, ranging from a lew lines to eleven pages,  of the woi Id's Copper Mines. _  The 1903 edition is the result of nearly ten years  labor. It is made for the investor, miner, smelter, scientist  or any other person interested in the subject of copper from  any standpoint. The book has 600 octavo pages, with  gilt tops. Price. $5 in Buckram, or $7.50 in full library  morocco.  IT WILL   BE   SENT,   ON  APPROVAL,   FULLY   PREPAID,  to any address in the world, on the understanding that the  person ordering may return it within a week of receipt, and  charge will be cancelled if the book is Unsatisfactory, for any ^r  reason whatsoever, or lor no reason at all. It costs nothing  to see the Copper Handbook, and it need not be kept unless it suits. May we send you a copy on these terms?  Address all orders to. the Author and 1'ublisher,  HORACE J. STEVENS,    :    HOUGHTON, MICH.  36 Post Office Block.  There are just  Two Kinds of  They are the hind that is a  credit to you and your printer and���the other hind. . .  Ours is Said to be the Best  When you want something  Neat,  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 CO.,  PHOENIX, 15. C.  Phoenix Bakery,  Plioenix Street.    'I'lioiR-53,  We make goad bread,     Try it,  ,C. \V. GREER, Proprietor  TICKETS  TO ALL POINTS  East and West  VIA  SHORT LINE  St. Paul, Duluth, Minneapolis, Chicago,  AND ALL TOINTS EAST.  Seattle, Victoria, Tacoma and Portland,  AND ALL PACIFIC COAST  POINTS.  Through Palaio :imi Tourist Sleepers,  Dining and Bullet Smoking Library.  Fast Trains at Convenient Hours *}  Bet. Spokane and Puget Souud��  For rates and folders and full information regarding trips call on or address  any agent V. V. & K. or S. F. & N. Rys.  A.'B.O.Dknniston,       II. Brandt,  G. W. l\A., C. P  &T. A.,  Seattle, Wash. Spokane,Wri  POPULAR NORTH BEACH.  Excursion Steamer T. J   Potter Goes  Into  Service June 27.  Those who are planning their vacation  thisyt-ar will he interested in knowing  UiBt the popular excursion steamer, the  T. J. Potter���queen of river boate���j��oes  inioservue, June27, and that Aie will  leave Portland, <hirinj> the ceas<'ii;-ev��:ry  day from Tuesday until Saturday inclusive. To see the beauties of the" picturesque and mighty Columbia from t:.e  decks of the Potter is a treat never to bo  forgotten. For npeed and giace nothing  in river or Jake wvii-e jn the entire  West ecjimle tliin side-wheeled beauty.  Five hours/rein Portland and one from <  Astoria, through the famous fieliing  waters ofthe Columbia, past scores of  salmon traps and nets and an many  white-winged fish boats, lands the pas-  *��;iHjers at Ilwaco, where clone connection is made for bench points willi trains  of ihe Ilwaco Hail way & Navigation Co;,  whose earn stand on ihe wharf awaiting  the steamer. The beach is twc��ty-s. ven  miles long, two hundred yards wide at  low tide, tind so hard that carriage  v\heels scarcely leave a maik. It is an  ideal place for driving, riding, wheeling,  or walking, nud ihe mi if bathing is un-  Mirpassahle. The excellent hotels and  boarding houses provide good accommodations at pricoH ranging from one dol-  larto thicedollars per day. .  The round trip rate from Portland fo  A^to'ia is |2.50: to Ocean Beach points  H IK), good until October J5th. On Saturdays, during .Inly and August, round,  trp tickets an.1 cold to beach points at  42.00, good for return leaving the beach  the following Sunday evening.  The Oregon Railway A: Navigation  Company hi's just ii'sne'd a tic* summer  IxmiIi, (free for the asking) which tells nil  about.the delightful resorts of tho Valley  of the Columbia Kiver. Tins can be obtained from any agent of tho Oregon  Railway & Navigation Company or by  writing to A. L. Graig. General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon.  Reduced Rales From the East.  Commencing February 15th and continuing until June 15th there will be low  rates in effect from the east via the Illinois Central E. It. to all Washington,  Oregon and Idaho points. If any of  your friends or relatives in the east are  coming west while these rates are in  effect, give us their name and address,  and we will make it our business to see  that they are given the best possible service. We operate through personally  conducted excursion cars, and in fact  give you the benefit of the latest conveniences known to modern railroading.  We have 15 different routes between the  east and the west, and are in poeition to  give yon the benefit of the best, combinations. Write us and we will give you  full particulars. B. H. Trumbull, Com'l  Agent, III. Cent, R. R., 142 Third St.,  Portland, Oregon.  Reduced Summer Excursion Rales.  The Denver & Rio Grande, popularly known as the "Scenic Line of  the World," has announced greatly reduced round-trip rates from Pacific  Coast points for the benefit of teachers  who will spend their vacation in the  east, and delegates to all the prominent  conventions^���N. E. A., at Boston; A.  O..U. W., at St. Paul; E. P.O. E.,  at Baltimore; Woodmen of America,  at Indianapolis; Eagles at New York;  Mystic Shriner, at Saratoga Springs;  K.. of P. at Louisville, and T. P. A.,  at Indianapoils.  Tickets at the reduced rates will be  based upon one fare for the round  trip, but will be sold only on certain  days. These tickets will carry stopover piivilegeson the going trip, giving  passengers an opportunity to visit Salt  Lake City, Glen wood Springs, Colo-'  rado Springs and Denver; and will be  good to return any time within ninety  days. Passengers going via the Denver & Rio Grande are given the privilege of returning via a different route.  For a rate to the point you wish to  go, and for dates of sale and othei  particulars, as well as for illustrated  pamphlets, write  W. C. McBRIDE, Get?. Agt.,  ...,.,    I24 Third St., Portland.Or.  ���    00   i\fllvJ  EAST  June 4-5, 24-30  July 15-16  Aug. 25 -26  From PHOENIX to  St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth,$60.50  Kansas City    .......   6S.40  Chicago    72.00  Toronto    96.So  Montreal, New York ioS.ou  Corresponding rates to all Eastern  points from .'-11 stations. Tickets available via Lake Route, including meals  and berths.  For time tables and further information  apply to  J. G. Clark, E.J. Coyle,  Agent, A.G.P.Agt.  Phoenix, B. C   Vancouver, B.C  J. S. Carter, D. P. A.,  Nelson, B.C.  is the lever that moves the business world ��� so the men who  really know, who are conspicuous (or their success, assert.  If you wish to reach the people of l'hcenix and the Boundary generally, you cannot do it  without using the columns of  the Phoenix Pioneer.  Rates on application to  Pioneer Puis. Co.,  Phoenix, B.C  ��� Ma  . il' .:**  m  m  ��� .HvW  ������l!;;!:  't:Mx  '"������.S#  -���0  lf[  ��� iwMlM  ���''���''"wisl  m  \y-m  ��� '..,.*������ ���  ; wit-.  : mm1  i '���^:.';i">li;l  '.';    ������v>-t'v^;1^y!l  ������; 'i(v4*m  'fill  5 -<-;,:':i��KI  '���"���'f^feKl  y^mm  i 'f-f-'H'iMr  .���'!:J!if  llii  :!:^'|Sl  ill!  .������':<, |.At:'.-*-3$|  ,.:���;-;"'.uva'I  '' - Htf&n  ������hf^s,  -mm  ���).'  ' a"-*1  -  Mfl -n. Mil.'.      mj     ���    �����.-".    .1*    ...  j��i. -?i.. "3.' -��v\.y  ��� irmymyr 1-*,t7���'T,"  w-i.r���-r ;  J7?-  ,rV;  ���������1            -        p**n��*rf-i*  in ,-m         -��  1  ' =? I M _L_1 j. *il ?_! fti�� pmmvt mm��  .?*  V$3  I  I  |i  I  m  I*  1  U  l:  fi"   'iri^~*  ^-^^tr��r.A;SS~���^i-u...  ^''r^' '">aa*-i'^^^^  BRIEF NEWS NOTES  \  \  I   Dr. Mathis'i-i,  Dentist.  The Athelstan nrne is nuivomini: -  cj with l'ii(].:.ii\ by telcphoiic.  Born, at Eholt, June nth, to the  wife of C. M. Rendell, a daughter.  Bom, to the wife of Henry Heidman,  at the Gold Drop mine, June 18, a son.  W. S. Torney, the Eholt merchant,  was a visitor in  the city  early in the  week.  A B. W Hodges, superintendent of  the Granby smelter, was in the city  Thursday.  The ladies of the Presbyterian church  gave a pleasant ice cream social at the  church last Tuesday evening.  John B. Whiteside, who has spent a  year in Eastern Canada, has returned  to make his home in Phoenix.  W. J. I'rendergasl left on Monday's  train for a three months' visit to his old  home at Kgansville, Ontario.  Two pupils frrm the Phoenix public  school took the high school examination at Grand Porks last week.  Bom, to the wife of Ed. H. Mortimer, at the Phoenix General Hospital,  Sunday, June 14th, a daughter.  Greenwood Miners' union is arranging to hold a celebration August 19th,  the anniversary of the organization of  the union.  T-asL Saturday Chief of Police Flood  took two women of tlie town to Nelson  to serve sentences of three months each  for disorderly conduct.  July ist the special train to. Grand  Forks will leave Phoenix at 8 a. m., re-  ���' turning from the Forks at 8 p. m. Fare  for round trip, $1.40.  W. Allison, the new manager of the  Bank of Commerce, at Greenwood,  formerly of Portland, arrived at his  new post last Saturday.  A. A. Mcintosh has had the Denver  claim, just north of the Marshall claim,  surveyed, and will shortly apply for a  certificate of improvements.  Julius Ehrlich, has been elected  president of the Greenwood Board of  trade, the former president, Henry F.  Mytton having moved to Regina.  David Whiteside, of Grand Forks,  was the representative of the Phoenix  Odd Fellows lodge at the grand lodge  meeting recently held at the coast.  F. L. Cock left for Vancouver last  Monday to represent King Edward  Lodge, A. F. and A. M., at the grand  lodge meeting, being held this week,  Mrs. John Hanna has purchased the  No. r laundry, under the Stemwinder  hotel, from Mrs. M. Blythe, who will  shortly move to her ranch at "West-  bridge.  The annual ball, given at Miners'  Union hall Thursday evening,  was a  -most    enjoyable   event.   ,   Snowshoe  Lodge No. 46, I. O. 0. F., the hosts,  are good entertainers.  Pat. Atkins, who attempted suicide  here some weeks ago by cutting his  throat, was sentenced to a month in  prison at Nelson last week by Judge  Leamy for making the effort.  The many friends here of A. P. Mc-  Kenzie and wife will regret to learn  that their little month old son recently  died at Vernon, the result of bums received from an explosion of a lamp.  J. G. Whitacre, a piano agent, of  Nelson, was a visitor in the city Monday, on one of his periodical trips. He  says business is good in his line, having disposed of six carloads this year.  Ed. McGrade still has his extra C.  ' P. R. gang of ten men at work in the  Phoenix yards, and they will probably  be here most of the summer on the  improvements which the company has  in view.  The public school will close next  week Friday, the examinations now being in progress. The junior instructor,  Miss Curry, will leave the next day to  spend the vacation at her home in Vancouver.  Total receipts from last week's dance  and raffle given by the Catholic ladies'  Aid were $244.85, with expenses of  $36.50, leaving a net balance of $208.-  35 to devote to the building fund of  the church.  J. F. Royer, proprietor of the Grand  Forks, Phoenix and Greenwood stage  line, which recently started business,  was in the city Tuesday, and stated  that business was better than he had  anticipated.  John H. Blythe, carman at the Snow-  shoe, was slightly hurt Tuesday night  by a car getting ofT the track in the railway tunnel. He is being cared for by  his mother, and will probably be out in  a few days.  I^ast Saturday the "Wise Woman"  company of ten people held the boards  at Miners' Union hall, there being an  excellent house. The play was full of  action and life, and the show was well  advertised in advance.  The midsummer closing exercises of  the Phoenix public school will be held  next Friday morning, the 26th inst.  Junior division, from 9,30 to 10.30 a.  m.; senior division, 10.30 to 12 noon.  Parents and all others interested are  cordially invtted to attend.  Geo. L. Pedlar, eye specialist, will  make his regular visit to Phoenix July  3rd and 4th. If you suffer from headaches or eye discomfort do not fail to  consult him and receive a skilled examination by tlie most perfect testing  appliances made.  John Riordan, secretary of Phoenix  Miners' Union No. 8, returned Wednesday from Denver, where he attended the annual convention of the Western Federation of Miners. On the Way  he visited Salt Lake City and other  points. He reports having had a most  interesting meeting.  -��  !  I  MATTERS OF GEH-  ERAL INTEREST  TO    PHOENICIANS  Camp Mr Kinney will celebrate Dominion I ).iy.  Win. I'ivssVv and ��ife left this woe!:  for the Coeur d'Aleiies, wheie he lia.s  secured a good position.   .  Michael N'ttgeluuer has purchased  from T. Biner the two-story Biner block-  on Knob Hill avenue.  Mayor Smailes and Robert Wood,  of Greenwood, are still at Ottawa, trying to induce the Dominion Government to grant 11 cash subsidy to the  Midway-Vernon railway.  A permanent organi/.alion of the  Greenwood branch of the Provincial  Mining Association was effected last  Saturday night, with the following officers: President, F. KelTer, M. E.;  vice-president, Duncan Mcintosh; secretary, W, G. Gaunce; these with 0.  F. Dougherty and J. I), Gaffe)' to be  the executive committee.  The N Ismi Daily News is ilicbesi  daily in the interior. Get itfiom your  local newsdealer.  Old papers for sale at theI'iom-ir  ofihe, at 25 eeiits per 100.  A Miil'-tr'js Keciimim-fid.-illtin.  1 ImVo ti-uii CliUii.ht'l'luiii'B Coil^h  Keii'edy for a number of vein* ami have  no hisitniicv iiiH:i.viu<r that it is ihebi-pt  remedy for cuiiglis, colds1 mid ciou|> 1  have ever used in my family. I have  not words to express my confidence In  tliis remedy.���Mas. J. A. Mookk, North  Star, Mich.   For sale by all druguists. *  160 ACRE FARM  For Sale.  f] o'<��' In Mli'iii iii'iii- Curlew, on th''  Ain"iiriii> -i V H<" iM-ri-i- fi-iu-i il. 35 hi-h-s  ih I'lile, uhicli i.il |��-\. Inilf ut' purc-litM-  price when cut. Team, wimon, harness,  irrmd kij; lunii-c and burn.  I-'veivlliii u in i-hupe n> that you eat-  call it HOME��� and at a real Imru in  Full particulars ef this simp can be  had bv applying to  K. II. MOHTIMEK,  I'hoenix, B.C.  J  Church Services  I Tomorrow.  3  Church of England Set vices���Holy  Communion each Sunday at 8 a. in.,  Matins, 11 a.m.; Evensong, 7:30 p.m.;  second Sunday in each month Holy  Communion also at midday. All seats  fiee.    E P. Fleivclling, vicar.  St. Andrews' Presbyterian Church,  Service tomonow at 11 a. tn. and  7:30 p. m. Sunday school and Uible  class at 2:30 p. in. Midweek meeting  Wednesday at 7 30 p.m. Rev, V. M.  Purdy, B. A., pastor.  Methodist���11 a. 111. Talks on the  Life of Clnist. 2 p.m., Sunday school  as usual. 7.30 p. 111., evening service.   Rev. T. (iieen, H. A , pastor.  BUSINESS NOTICES.  Diop in and see Jack liowerma'n at  the Cottage Hotel.  General house furnishings for sale at  a bargain.    Apply to Theo. Biner.  .   Eveiything comfortable and homelike at the Cottage hotel, Jack Bower-  man, proprietor.  Cotton rags wanted at the Pioneer  office. Highest price paid. Bring  'em along and get your money.  All the news of the- Kootenay and  Vale in the Nelson Daily News. At  youc newsdealer on day of publication.  Can you make a better present to  your eastern friends than a subscription  to the Phoenix Pioneer for a yeai ?  Nelson's daily, the News, has all the  news that is news. At your newsdealer's, or by mail lor 50 cents per month.  Free lunch . every night that will  tickle the palate of Edward VII. at the  Cottage hotel.   Jack Bowerman.  A Suit That  Fits and a  Fit that Suits  Is what you will get if we do your Tailoring. Our long experience and perfect  facilities enable ua 10 do the finest work  possible, and our wide buying enables  lie to offer a line of fabrics from which to  make your selection that includes the  best in the market.  See us before ordering a Suit.  Today is a Good  Time to Call.  R. HORRELL,  "Bob, the Tailor,"  Knob Hill Avenue, Phoenix, B. C.  %  %^KW,^r    ���   e   ���   o   �� ���  e  j City .  i Transfer 9 \  9  9  o  9  9  9  9  *  ���  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  ��� �����������  Off Voad for A  9 9 His  Residence and Stables at foot of  Dominion Ave, Phoenix, B C.  O. Box 269. 'Phone No. 40.  ���  a  e  9  :a*e����oe9ee��s0soeac����  Hospital Donations.  List of Donations received since Jan.  1st, 1903, to the Phoenix General Hospital :  One Dozen Shirts Mrs. Griffin  Carpet, bell and blanket!, for private ward, chickens and provisions Mrs.Macy  A quantity of Jam...Mrs. Matheson, Greenwood  Books and Preserves.;.;.:..... :........... Mrs. Rces  A quantity of Preiien-es.iV..........;.........Mrs. Boyle  A Case of Whisky.'..........;............... Mr. Astley  ''ash, $s.:......,........._.,.;........ A.Friend  Ca8h,$50...:.....���............'................... A Friend  Surgical Dressings.......;....... A. P. McKenuie  Bedding .....Wm  Yolen Williams  Barrister Fees. ....;............. W. B. Cochrane  Much-needed Swiiig: Splint..::; ;....Mr. Delahay  Books and Eggs.' .'....;.. _.'. .Mrs. Willcox  Two Dozen Pillow Slips and One Dozen Towels  ' y- Mr. Macy  Cash,$26.. ..;.���.. .....A Friend  Books......;.................;..: ............Mrs. Willcox  Papers and Magazines ..McRae Bros & Smith  Bight small Ward Tables and Wicker Easy Chair  A Friend  Provisions. ., Mrs. Macy  nothing ; Friends  Subscriptions for seven Magazines, A. L. White,  New York City  Eastev Turkey.;........... ...W. S Macy  Cash,$50 Eastern Townships Bank, Sherbrooke  Ccsh, $150.00, ...Lord Strathcoiia  Cish.js A Friend  Twenty-five dollar (8-day) Clock.......Geo. E. Dey  A quantity of Provisions W. S. Mmcv  A quantity of Marmalade ;.W. h. Gennaine  Pot Plants.. D. McPherson and C. Henderson  Eggs ..............ATriend  Cash fioo.. ..Mr. and Mrs. S. H. C. Miner  THOS. BROWN,  let. He 5taf I01  follii' i.fYi.,.r||,.i|.,. Wuti'h'-i- whirl'  I now hiivi- in hi-ek. Ii i* ��l'H  ��� wiii'lli loin -.while. 1., cxiiiniiM' lln-l"-  whi-ihi r yii'i uMi in u, 1 nut* ih>��- or  in 1 Is��� - fiiiiu,..    \\\. 1 11 Vi. fund tiii'i*  kl-i'|n is���l"'lj.':ll   M n|;.��� lliill   ��������   ������II''  m II ymi n- lnw'iix a \;.i mm h iii  it for us. but thiuV wiitr udviintni!!'  Of coiii-pc wi' linvt* fiiii-1 lirniioineleiH  uImi.    Drop in aid see 1 hem.  Q.E,I>EY,  The Jeweler, Knob Hill Ave.  Official  C. I'.R. Time  Inspector.  Never too Hot, or  Too Busy or  Too Tired   TO  T.liV  AND.....  Please Every  Customer.  THE  HIGH  CRIME  .BY T.IIB HKV. T.DkWITT  f  -DEALER IN���  Men's Wea* Exclusively,  Invites every man in Phoenix to'give  him a call and examine goods. ... ���  Hardy-McKen^ie BIk.,     Dominion Ave.  PHOENIX, B C  Grand  Forks,   Phoenix  and Greenwood  STAGE   LINE  J H KOYlCKi  Proprietor.  Black's Hotel   Dominion Avknui:, I'HOENIX, 11. C.  Commodious Sample Rooms  First-Class Dining Room in connection  liar'Well Stocked with "Choicest Goods .  ��� ��� ';       Most Conveniently Locnted-  IVKlntiinr June 1st, lt-nve Oreeimoml nl fin.in.  nml I'hoenix nt 7joo.n1 ; nrrlvc nt ��r��ii<l forks  10:30 a in..leave Grand I'orks3:45 l>. in.,nrrlvi- v.  nl i'hoenix 7 p. in., nnrt (;recii��-nrii nl 8. p. in;  I'oiinrcUtiolh wnj'ii williGrent Northern IrnitiH.  Knrr���r.rauil Forks to I'hoenix, %i flo; Phoenix  lo Greenwood, 5oe; (Irecnwoivl to I'hoenix. fi 1.0  OrerwooU toO; und J-'oikH $j. Office In Oreeii-  ivopd.'-l Nor-ltem Telei-rnph ofTicc, t-i I'hoenix. McWne limn. & Smith. Ill (Iran I fork",  (it Norther offices. For, expremi rates, Inquire  hi eltncr ollice. i  W. ZIMMERMAN  Sethe jeweler =*  HAS KKMOVKI) TO  ^Sj^^Do-ininion Ave.  AiljiiiniiiK the Hanly-Mi-Ki'iissiu Blork.  The Druggist.  '       'I'hoiir 16  Hp will hu plcnecil to see  All his old piitioiiH, ntxl many  New-lines at Hip*  NK\V LOCATION.  J. T. TIPPING, Prop.  COTTAGE ��� HOTEL,  Victoria Avenuk, Phoknix, U. C.  Board and Lodging, $1.00 per Day.  Bar supplied with the Best of Goods.    Everything comfortable and homelike.  ' JACK BOWERMAN, Prop.  AlexMunro  HAS OPENED A  Carriage and Wagon Shop  IN CONNECTION WITH THE IU.ACKSMITH   SHOP.    ,  Contracting and Building,  Jobbing Promptly Attended to,  Full Line of Hard Woods.   Shop on Dominion Avenue....:..  \   ALBERT GROULX,   :  Practical Horseshoeing, Blacksmithing,  Dominion Ave., Phoenix, B.C.  ����-��-��-����-f-M"f-��-*-*"4-f-������ ��f ���'��� ����� ��� ��  Fogg's  Chemical   Chalk,    Perline,  and Rustine foi sale at liovle's.  It is getting time to ttickk-  tlie finny tribe. Before-you  start out be sure you call at  our store and �����examiue ou?  complete line of these goods.  We have Fishing Rods, of  nil kinds ; Hues that will  hold the biggest of fish; singers, hooks and everything  needed by the disciples of  the famous Isaac vValton.  Our prices "are right, as  well as the goods, and we  invite vou to call when you  get the fishing fever.  '0. Mpl bi-fore fortv-ei.-ht  hi.tire lmvi) pacHidnwiiv.ai..  . 1'i'iir at Hie dPHk cf mil,,. of  <ur ureal Life limnr,,,,,^.  :'('<iiii|iniiics, jjiif iii8ure.l ami  jmiliei.yi.urfuiiijlyfri.,,,,1,,.  hiiiiiiliiitiiiii iif liiiaii,-!,,)  ftriiffiil<> in the dink day of  Vnlli (leiliiHi'.'' "  THis Sermon,  ���'rt-iielii'il  In III,.   I(.v. T��li|IHI.n   ���'���'{  iI.hi y. .1 �� .11 keep your UimW j,,1,,,',,.  liinl inn Mir.(Hirl miy viniii,^, ri.|,n, ",."  ���iiivh Piiiriniizeii local ,.,.,.���,' "'  xt\y��� ymi   Inner  iiiHlruiiee Mi,\  u, \\"  '/Strongrtt Company in th�� Voi  irld V  Fire, Life and Accident  I!toURAN<CE.  E. H. MORTIMER  AtJK.NT,.  (iRAVKS-U'll.l.UMS  Block,  Pttoi'Nix.lt.c  l'.O.H��,x 3j  Knoii IIii.i.Avk.. Phoknix. I! ('.  MRS. RYAN,  DRESSMAKER  and LADIES' TAILOR.  ���KXSIDNW V.���  Nearly opponltc Telephone Office,  North of Dominion ave.  Phoenix, B. C.  Mrs. Gauthier.  Fashionable  Dressmaker  GKANDY COITAGK No. 5.  WHEN IN NELSON  Stop at The Hotki,  mm  The New Manager, H. TOMKINS,  has made it the Leading Hotel of the  Kootenay s.  4-DEPARTMENTS-4  Granby Exchange  irnniessSliop��� new goods and mure complete  than ever,  <'nr|>elsnii<l I'pholslrry,  Vuinllure nml Siovcs. A fine lot of cooking  utensils.  l'icks, shovels and   teamster*'  supplies.   Wc  J lay and double discount everything for ca��li.  In  act, we buy everything and sell everything.  - <vwvsD813�������� $8G��{  Complete  Mine Plants.  Many of the principal mines in the Dominion have been  equipped by ns, and we are always ready and willing to  figure on mining machinery. Requests for estimates or  catalogues may be addressed to our agencies or direct to  Head Office, and will receive prompt attention.  ROSSLAND, B. O.  GREENWOOD, B. O,  The Jcnckcs Machine Company,  35 Lansdowne St. . Sherbrooke, Que.  AND GREAT  Mid-Summer FAIR!  UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE GRAND  FORKS DRIVING PARK AND ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION,  To Be Held At  GRAND... FORKS  ON  19 8  A Strong*   Prog^rsyxi   INCLUDING    Hose Reel Races,  AKD  Other Athletic Sports  REDUCED   ..   BATES?  on all railroads.  !-2,:,J903.  For Premium List, Program, Etc., Address    .   :  l. a Manly, w. a harkin,  ���        President. .Secretary.  0,000   Stock  Dry Goods, Gent's Furnishings Gfot&ing,  House Fomisnings, Boots and Shoes.  All new goods and every department complete with seasonable and latest novelties. "  Every Line Rkduced in Price-   EVERY ARTICLE A BARGAIN.  See handbills forfuller particnlare. '������'..--.  M  Dominion Avenue, Phoenix, 6. C.  W  f **w��*5,y^i  ��Sl��R!B!P^3^T?5rsp^^  1 Ji  1 \ 1?':.  ��r^"��P  I'  t '  Il .  f.  t  c  t  ���A- ^

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