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The Phoenix Pioneer Mar 1, 1902

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 ig ���&'���; &i*$^M>s..itflW: 'H'M^f.  m)k  &d^  (CTONS  . p ��^-*sfe.t >?  ���Ite'Dfca*  4fp  #m  in  wrua^  fence*1  'ibW  mm.  *& 4  tf  ***. r> �� > M ft, w* tt�� ��PU( jf   A t , ,j ,*�� tf:  ana oaimon  f-a *. t) \ Ail; if. -j. <r.S���ili  SflKTmiwcm.-  TV  meta(^4H^J^lefV fait,  WfcUerJy visiutfgtpalifornja/i$J ff,s  nJn talking to a representatiYeloFjhe  vm&% ""���   nd satiny them.  grad^of$ppet4  m-vorki.  thioxcelfeiit  ii pre-  iJimSOPk  Am  ��^  im  IMKESSTlUr   ft/i^Sr  ��wslH> X/k**^*  Wafic for V W^^#ViNi��  in the interest of hit company-  fehich therSi��n4#.  S99P*7 iato*�� ^^fcrf  MfSBt^l BUbS'' Copper^Mf��l|  -wjt&i, *^��^Bm  ^n^smiiiKjOn'flthe^Ctscadeliflectric  power, l.neP from, Ca^ltowds  ^Wrtea^t^wh'e.. lUljtL ^��  , 'arrangements for? treating fori  *re competed, the fou.'furnaces iwiI  Graves  present1  ?nw  -All;  iucuon  jenti"me  ^  *m*o  fW^'/iJ', "J   *  V^tj >4��J -Jit  (u^M^wi^w ���*���*����� v.<ttdAf.-'ftyr'-"  CliAllSv JLi $2l&<    f ��� any ifei^iVCS  4^1  i>lJS  f*...       .,   v.  t ... - (  jw* *a  ������  -, ^.-^j���,-^,,. j-puld be runthroogh  iM flf%!��yj*twwa��WeT' turned; out���an  pe mid-wnttner ,..  can be deWeredun  any quantity"'^ over the new Kettle  Valley lines,    v ^   f     �� "> v"**^!  fl^^^a*pd*��%^at{lirop<)se4vim  proveraents at, Phoenix, Mrt Graven  said thevAwould be undertaken as "fasf'  p%to.n  liAjtheir;  m  leniiiways  i��f|  .. Mmmet  ���**Ia a*  nsomefery  ingthegrwiting;ofabonai bgritne*D��>  minion government tor, the reflninK of  IM ore*.JpHii>le* for >��free trade" in  r��il wajp6ii��trii|ctJon waa specially itrong,  '*5d^l!I��#^d *�������� appointment of  delegate to j,w^dft5 Vic^sb^-  press upon the legielatnre Jthe|nece����ity  man of the Methodist ch"urchy��Mihe  Kootenay  district,   w, 11 p^'j,,  Hardy's IJall tomorroKrW��iingWy:3��?  ^nt^Sacraraentiof the J^rd'ssfopper  fwill be held ayhfc ddsdtof the service  ' At the- ,couiiciL; meeting held/on  jjatorotable^ iHccire^bl|>iiiBUftent&1^  riforraatiCKS c��in be obUii^dfabOTtHh^^Ifi  aboxedeal, builtwtAlieved��th#4>1��feiw��j9SS  of ��movlnK"*nf ob^tractionVto, railway Wfjbttiip ey^ing,%ldenn��i'ri^|i^  j^ldjng^^y peraona o/wfoprationa }$\ wsis'electedno *the^ chaitfiilihtlfe  f ��^r%mfBat'capital in openin^ioew,  in*l,the',pr|ce, .. .,.  Groceries, away,  "H-v,  ilf  fair  j.*t*       A     ,V    ^ *^    *<-! **t.  ��� ��0����s th^t money can buy and we want people t(^kn,oVJ  f We ca^W you ��y ^jfe S^Ui^ *!  they gre^toximiitt? ^ $% ^ft .  ^se^&fEr���� ^ress?r^ ten* t��n  compelted to Teduce the price of jtoke1  frotn $4^o.to $^ per ton *\No >onder  that flhey are urging^njion1 the government to WakeVu| selection 'and hold  the lands as a^menace to 'monopolies,  realizing that the menace Will amount  to but little so long as the /lands are  not operated.  v    ^      \  SOCIAL WELL AnENDED.  Aa EiJojiaMe Ev��aI����,S>eiit at Presayterlaa  tcttrA  plant capaclty^wouir fefTnecessity be * htf'tecture and social giVen by the  increased^ta^no^tlhe^drjfingof more' 'Ladies'^Aid Society at the Presbyterian  drills in)aeveIopinent 'as-Svell as in, $��$<* ^ Tues'diy evening, proved a  breaking down ore, and already Subt f 'complet�����Succtss both finam-ially^and  Williams is planning ftr^a^new and f therwise; , ^    ,   k  larger hoist at tiie ko" a ''���haVl ^f thej,   l he Pistor����K��^ Ml,|��r, gawj  Old irons'ides'mjne.   ^vV ^ &       ^"'^   intfmniw. Hwhi*.    �������.��!��  .1*  m4st   instructive p lecture,    entitled  use isf answering the requirements ���ip  gofid shape   * K "^ c  An increase m the force of men ^at  thdtnines will be necessitated l/oblbly  bdW^uW^not^IVs^^ul^what  thejS^ase*would-amount^tp. ..Last  Saturday 304 names were on their  Phoenix payroll^     H  U   !Copp?r Market AH Right .,  t 1 f r    t  Mr> Graves has no fear of the outcome of the copper market     Just as  soon as the big fellows back ,east gel  done quarrelling, it would settle down,  and ^ there are some in Boston 'wh6  look: for a higher range -of prices > than  jhas^preyaijeidvir1 years,     p    -   �����>�����)  JW'Itofc'jI^h^le:Shareholder   tj| the  Gralbv iEibi tiki expressed' fear 5* this  ^a^%Md;^ih��r;2,c^nfidetace *in the  ;outc^me4s;be^^iw^y^h?f^   that  (Vipive. W:,tne.^&^^to bji hjyi.in the  .$j^n:jmwke"t^^^ some of  pTog��fWi>^otwtnttSicaI-Seltections and  frecitauons, which Were followed by  'refreshmenlSi "The following is the  program-as given 1  Chorus, f *^, .V r<^        By the Choir  RecitattohUXl.wIrs.E c Keith  Duet     .  ..Messrs. Geo McKenzie  I t tf and K\ tt&rreir "'  LectuV'   . ^ .fcev. jrM. Millar, M A  Solo    , f��i jiMr, Gec'cD  Turner  Re��tation\    .'.U k    Mr.'W. Rogers  Quartette  Comic  Miss* Hawthorne, Mrs t Crane, Mr  Ru Horrell and Mr Geo. McKenzie  MrVE/C. Keith,  ..  .Accompanist  eredM totUy'a aetoion inclndingfitwo  j^K,c$Srti��il9n fijf. fa*l/Bj��)plyandjln��y  on lead., An adjournment will be had  tpmorjow. ��� The', meeting in every respects baa been one of the most success.  fulin the history of the,, association, the  delegates,being royally entertained by  the Kaslo board. Tonight a banquet  was given the delegates by the Kaslo  board at which fifty covers were laid  j  Gty and District J  Oysters in any style'auhe Hominion  \V. R Lee is Visiting his family in  Spokane,    * J  Dr. Mathison, dentist, Greenwood  Both 'phones.    ��.�� 1  Father Bedard Jield monthly service  here lasfSunday      �����  P   C    McArthur 1 returned  from  Rossland Wednesday  ^ You can order a dinner to suit your  own taste at the Dominion  Dr. Boucher attended the Rossland  carnival, returning Monday  Remember you can get anything in  the market at the Dominion  The prevailing snow this week turn  ed into rain on the loner levels.  Wm Pierre, formerly of the Pioneer  staff, is at present located in Rossland  You should attehd the Enid Martin  concert, March 4th.     Too good  to  th^Gree^Wc^ismito^idipboe^ici^ ^#$$8  ^ &fabb&wth thl factthat *w&& *; ^ yjWwm  ^mtpfa'po: official* hW^,{^mwll  and^C^Clifff,^nd by motion were laid I interesting kockey games' played'-here \ f s  on the table to conje up latel1.* " ,|  ' The following bills'were allowed4: .  Phoenix Water Supply Co. $62 So  Pioneer Publishing Co.t..".i i. ^3 80  J B. Macaulay . , . . 3 ' 24100  \V. B Williams ..   .,.   40 00  Jas. Haywood         /'%   8 Op  Pioneer Publishing Co* 1 l. 6 60  N Lemieax {    *    >.   l 6 75  Hunter-Kendrick Co .       170  Stnnden Printing Co 8 00  A motion was put and carried that  an amount of $50 be refunded^ to M  Kane on a deposit on license  rinft on, Tuesday evening, betS&n the,      fuTj^JM  -i���/*  miss  WMf$^^?!iMyS"W':  the exchanges, but few. pr .none, of the  present holders ,have���sbown r desire.to  PPit is p^rtof tbe j^Hy:6fetrieGranby"  .^���>^|v||^|i;|^^i|^r(V stage,  itoJ erect andip|wrat|pits5pown refinery^  ^hd;'lfe^ra^|l^|^ jht' lea"st  ���d^$i||tJ^ beamed  ojit^'"Whae^(i|f m$30S$E Flun^rfelt;  ^undjtp^^^^fitbeir ,p,rogram,  Pboealx Boys at Rosslsod.  Th^'members of the Phoenix hockey  team and backers, who went to participate in "the events at Rossland,  have  been arriving home at various times  ^during th'e weelc!,   *'  Althbjigh defeated by a score of 8 to  *4 in.their'game with Sandon, the boys  put up a very plucky1 game, and would  no doubt have, made a better showing  if, the ice,:had ,heen jn better condition.  -Thispcpmbin^d .with & lack of concert,  ed action in teani work, won the game  for Ihe Sandon players; a number of  the Phoenix players being, admittedly,  far superior individually. .   ,'  ...Owing tothe inability of several Of  the-regular "players to attend,-it was  ,lo'uridj necessary'to call'in sotne extras,  'fh6 teams jine'd up an follows j ,  ���"siinaon *'     " '   Poslt((?n fhoeujit  irlogganv. ���-...����� i.Goah Mitchell  'JiCrawfora...-. .'.Point '... Warren  W.,Crawford. v. .Cover v. ���. Strutzel  Howartb,'capt.'.I-R.\Wing '..Ewing  Hoodi-.i^^.., .(-..Centre... .Monk,capt.  Grierson L, Wing. ..Chesterton  E. Crawford Rover MoArthur'  A D Hill, of the Pioneer staff, returned Monday from the Rossland  carnival.  F W. Shck, of the Eastern I own  ships Bank, has been on the sick list  this week  L LeBean, who recently returned  from a visit to the east, is registered at  the Dominion. ,  Alan G. Simpson returned from  the Rossland carnival festivities the  fore part of the week.,  W. S. Torney, of Eholt, returned to  his home Monday from a business  trip to Nelson and Rossland.  F. W, Williamson, representing the  Vancouver Independent, a labor paper,  was a visitor in the city Thursday.  The semi-annual election of officers  of the Phoenix Miners' Union No. 8,  W. F. of E., will take place on March  ist.  If you want a nice Sunday dinner  for yourself and friends, give your  order to Billy Bonner, at the Dominion, Saturday,  Another shipment of fine stationery  was received'from the Toronto manufacturers by the Pioneer job depart*  ment this week.  Archdeacon Pentreath, of New  Westminster, who spent last Sunday  with Rev. Flewelling, left by Tuesday's  train for Revelstoke. I (is last official  visit to Phoenix was in July last.  )��� OBJECT TO PAYING STUMPAQE.  Chinamen Will Make Resistance Aplast Ihe  r Oovcramat's Deauids.  1 wo interesting test cases are coming before Judge Leamy at an early  dsfteat Greenwood,t C.  W. Martin,  purporting   to  represent J��� Murray,  provincial timber inspector, has made  demands upon Chinamen selling fire-  woq�� for the payment of stumpage  fees, and threatening {seizure of their  cordwood and teams in event of their  failing 10 make payment    '1 he China  men have brought action to test the  right   of the government to collect  stumpage   on  wood cut on mineral  claims.  It is significant that both mineral  companies and private individuals are  protesting against this levying on wood  and timber cut on mineral claims, but  they left it to the Chinamen to resist  payment and bring action to test the  validity of the impost.  this season, took place in f the skatinc  rink on, Tuesday evening, between the  Knob Hill* Coons^and^ thei-Huhgry  Sevens ,*��� -4 ^tjfty i^>({ /  The ICnob Hill "Coons^abpeared  upon the scene decked in all the finery  in keeping with colored g>ntjeiSnen ibijp  diess parade, while the Hungry Seven  lepiesented poor "Lo," depicted in  his most miserable condition*  The two forces, thus arrayed in their  warpaint and fine'ry, started in for  blood. The Hungry Seven lead out  with a rush which kept the dusky men  "doing a cake" walk" to keep out of the  way, until finally5, their" African blooa  began to warm up, when^ the game  waxed fast and furious This pace  was kept up for some time, but in spite  of the fact that the Hungry <��� Seven in  their excitement attacked their own  men, they would peisist in sending the  puck home, securing seven points to  their adversaries three  Many were the fantistic and' blood  cuidlmg plays made by both sides, and  in consequence a number of the participants were carried away In an ambu  lance wagon, and are still nursing real  and fancied grievances  J H White, of Nelson, will occupy  the pulpit of the Cor-gregational  church on Sunday morning assisted  by the Rev. Geo Kinney and the  pastor. The members of the Methodist church will unite in this service  1 he usual Congregational service will  be held in the even ing  ���it  \S    "   z,  ~l if.  >���*  ^  *   ^l  <* ��  tppppap  llips ��,��s  *v ^s  ���-%r ^ n  M^K  ll5^\1%��P  41  wmi:^; #  t  rt  f.'^aK  S   ^  j"  > TWhsiirirlt""' *^J  V   Wr  it  V   &J  ^^/J  ���v> >~, ^V^  If       y     t   Jt rt <a  * U  ��� _.   ,+ *re rSrohably  >,  The Phoenhc Pioneer. |^r"v  ISA- ���(*>   f*AT   XDAl ��VTH��  PIONEER PI BLISHfNGCO.  at pa mix * c  t  W ��� WlltCOX  M��NUM  f ��� '  una  at   rock bo 11  BM1  &  jjofc for Sate*  siaesXv^W,  . 1 ThcCanadiaadSank of C^merce|^:?j  | head^ice.-.orohto. ^   |P^it^  | CAPITAI.r$8,00OlO0O     '-���        ^      tor^^��lfi?5t;^  t HDNCtoAax.F��^       RE��AJtrai,toa.iM������ | j Mfjb^l conve|  JH. F. MYTTON.  Manager, fiieenwood  �����chfM  I       11���j,,LHI���,,r,���Hti SBllSfrVthmw p{vcoft|^rW^AW|�� agdd^i^^w y  w  an/te^��^��fctfief abons $l^?@6h, to C.  S    Clut^of  | re fg^r*t#pres^ting Coeur D'A.ene  W4*?l (At    $   ^'/ "***  ���8gg* a&ldipill Glory He*   Itettjfl ^Sfe&thlypayta^*/^  *��flb paldjpSpnum to J/K. Utag/tt   |Sy|at per annwg  ���iiMHinriovs Uf A��VA���� J  PerlMi *��-eo  S x Mmtlis - * *J  ItoFeiclanCciuiIrit* *M  ZTtoi areaotAWbKitarlo thJ ptpr Uil*  I aMlnfllaUaatoviMtohKQSMfac  AdvntfcLH rata fBratahed on ���ppUcatdm,  ^ i��tat��ptlMiwka4����riiv*r��Sj��  VMrmtUr tsMftlsM (oMSiM* �� Matt  \*  ��!e*     /���  4- '  4*    *-  '     Jl        ^  1  [  r f  *  V  r   ,      -r�� �����        i.    X  *  *i r   ��   .  hat umnr Ttra m ceMt"  4.1 present the government exact* a  ux uf two per cent on the value, of all  ores mired in tne province, after- de  ducting tnerefrom the QQRtot smelting  -This tax ts umust am} inequitable to  mineri ol *A ptactoui metals, as it is a  tax on the /cost of th* mimng Jtaell  Let us *a�� how it works oti Ior grade  ores  "y - i      -*  IforeHsrorth(8perton(,*nd sJk  gnacking and freight charge u $4 P*>  tonla��diiheeoiiofmiiunri�� $1 per  urn, this leaves an appaient profit of  a dollar for inch ton.   But instead of  the tax bang on the one dollar, it is  placed, in thu case^on $4�� *luch In  * , AdwJesdttCHK. 0f mining, extraction  s     *f^f��l^m6>a*i��arally for.ihip  *'       vm,  tWa#aa��n*w��quAV��teht to  _,   ataxelalghtpercenL on. the net out  put if $$ ore����� most umU�� di*tri��n  SaaMoa against low grade mines, sw h  m$ we havejn ��be Boundary  t  ?^  as well as to 'ake the wind  opponents sails.  I he sipeltng lnteirst^  vince demand and nust  [Wtition in fuel JiJppN, as well as  freight    Itt is  absolutely   essenti  otlierwbie; the major nrofits from o  low  grade ores   will   go   into   t  eapa ious maw of the Crows Ne��  Cog'Co   nlichnoH has a pratti af  monoixly  *orro��AL cojwiSts  ^ Die last Canadian ^conting^nt hw,  resu-hed South Atiics and the troubl ��s  of its Members are juit really begii^  nmg %^i  nfsy^lls  louse Tor Sal  '*% a snap.^JKJgSJ  ^    ^    ^       ^ A    k  t! \ I I .IMI..    Wit   ^     i  ��  ^t  > The C��sr*s Nest Coal Co usaidt|  V anxious to have tne Uomiui9it go t>  eri ment select its 50 000 acres ol co d  ihtTuietowgmdemnn p* the Mii��Ea* kfluteoay, hut watJ |  , i? -  <     Sf,* +  '  ��� i,  governnsM of Bnwm Colutnbia ft two  , percent tax on the wage* pun to  miners, tnucke-a> eogtheefs, foremen,  and superintendents, as +cl\, as on  candles, powder, (Ml, fucj Mfd^whep  , necesssriet in Quurigt rhwMtaxatoi  with a vengence, and of the moat di**  criminating kind '  Uc have yet to hear of �� provtnre  01 state wncre the net one tax amounts  to as murh as six or eight per cent  Indeed, in soine of tfiem, thei�� is no  such tax at all to hamper the mining  jno-sj-v  J>i the case of high grade mines,  theonnerfc pay the tax ju t the aaire  uothecoatof produniig >rc, but the  margin, is so l��rke ihat *he tax s not  specially bu/dc)ioi\e If any ot tie  sainr^of *he blocan, for insunce pro  duwed 1,000 to��� per di>, ai d wcr*  forreu to pay a tax of $80 pc Ja>, or  $3^0 i-cr month it woqld not take  the owners oiig to r��gisu.r a * {,oro>is  abject' n /  flit act ��hoi.id be an ended vt that,  at wha ever rate it was placed, it may  he an the t��tt 01* t ut 01 <he jouncs It  r ^ wo.tfd ij'en be iwjie equ table, up.* ii  thf- rcie, ��a* r^asc.nabltr woulc nj ^  objected te L> the mmngiren 01 tl t  provH ce  .servanve.n  Prince Henry of Germany 11 no||��|||  about i�� be wineo and dined in krea| f^p**1  stvle b>  Uncle Sam    Evidently the ��*&&  1 wo'cad Mfiiienes Are assured 113  this province���-on.e ead 1 at  1 rail an  Maryatille *   \  copper * refinery   I  equally needed, and befme the year t|  out, it is likely to be arranged lor  .held in reserve after being selected,  fhould be selerted and ihen throwi  0[wn xo location  flBk  ^^^mm^  *\&3&fc \  H  ;"jgV ^V   '  *...*���!_!��*�����''  '' �����"'  hu�� T'lEY wpH, IT  Al present l>    Cnw ��� Nes   P w  v,t.lCo, has 1 r pow^y ot tie *ut]  1 vrPVf"ri,1��  m itt'softhisirjvinc,  ^ d ���''���irw.to J> iie-cnl* fi n"\p n iro  4(l ut to yet ill v*.* ian out or it    l*  "i qu e ni'ur i,    t    n* fpr il en   1 *  di-coLiogt   to  t��,  ex cnl  o   tliei"  Miti, ih   openi 15 of o her   qu^lh  {rod c 1 >.ai J   uluibleor l-nracui<>  j3iitlU<i s<lo   'he coi fin*  en  Jjrl bu    t s ......  1 *icn th   111 .ih7n 11* bL�� n 1 tne.(_ r>3aiaii J'ini { Ii sin iu will  t  be jt. t n ca, it 1 3.-, <iu t    nitur 1  ���'jL^i tow   'hadJ bto     jf   t'ld  11    4 al cw a-ai \   I��ttc    1     if u  gr  111 scld tin. lot   i* fciod fi^irt  JTh* Rossland Miner ke"t s a sum  iQK edito'ial noti * ol the great this ^  It; interd^ to do butthejajicr itHf  na^l'cr thin ever    It haa had tty  best opportumtj of any daily in  koofeniys and has so Ac taken  least advantage Of it  ^New Denver was cvei looked m t e Swggja:  census returns.    Proha^h they ar  11 % /Fr^m  through Lointii)^ /����� kiih   ^����Q^  enaian J5  Nav,   ��iay       lhu census   per,il_   ^  r.cdil New  Derver  wit 1 367  iner|> ^  women and cl-ildreu not ccurttmj, th^ M  editor ot the L dgt, nho *iis been enL  joyiifg th* orange licit ol ".i^nny  Cilf  to n a ot late  On tlie first division Prem er Dun  m>nr's t,o>emlaenl had a baie majorit;  oihr\ with otltr ueftLticns *e��  pear Ito 1     How t v* premict  in l  Iject to n'ry oh th�� govcrrn en   wi  ��hn snail majontv irf n    uis ion  cufior* cjn i Jt 1 j far off; ana k n  be hjpud it v ill be an iropiovement ol  tlieol,leofgovcii-nvrt wl hue hid  fdr thtla^t everw/cars.  tr -*- -- ��� -  ll a IJojM ry art'tLr using jy>  l,*jo onsof -oi't.ii.r non 1 can by<  SUT-FCitiuii, 0et Lrt. pn��-e ��c It o ���v ��J  50 Lent" pur ten, ihn means li tie  tut iO'$9 oit month, or ovr $1 |x|  000 pv inr d fer rrL \\iihccii&>  rni\ c^ntitind n ^nde 01 j io  ���1m  *iti, it i*   is ntia   o/.t okciid  gjjrdi > n-v Jill/ fO c��r-n d in  this  'tfifcti   A   th��*��.'inuil meting fef  W  exc��� 1c'��t��c r'   1 u�� n vit \ ol thi. 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"^e-^f��B^t6ja g^p^iptvitSifMr  1^  ^  i|tit.  [/*  iaiigit:  S^  'rop  Iv.atto rtaOKNIX, o t.  ^SS31  a��j*  3  mm  Httv  iJi^LfIl2  is   fill III III 1 I il  lllllll 11  I  1 1  1 lnilVl.i'lii t)l| ^ll|l|'l  Jit  -I       *  ���^4'^,::.��� vV r * -,w.'j - �� ���'���;,�����" '���*  jp ^te,<"p"^-    ..^^ft':^    I'/ ,i\.j-   v^> '  "   1  i?TWs  we4 from m? growe? to Sife consumer;  -^o���  ^  4 SJhe.estimateVoij the Federal Ufi.  n, vice^pragdent, 0      �����_*���� .i�� ^    u-.-,-..^;  ������  ,,-����~wJ&JL,���� trj epnuottJK���Minneapolis Journal    I  fJfMfSp����f, ^Thej��Kontf/Lifted,*; the' only  ,     w     :at?Ar��srw. Weller; perfect tram in''the World, is now run  ^rfstee^A^Wff^chtooh, F|W. mng daily betWeen S't PauraudfChj-  |(^ct#lot#J^'*^>i fRJpre��n��- cago, on the Chtcago^Mtlwaukee and  4U^framJhe^^ St Taul Railway} A    w     i r?  .M)^m^u^s��mmz*��#wlm ����mier.r . ^s^&w^ajgf Umttetf', for all  1)eibudt,fi^\heie(toPhoenix/ai��dthat  ]&^kV^a*1&a^  provided arspme point either Here, or  close byPto treat the ores-of most' of  the. Phoenix properties instead of them  tnin .. *    �����.���� 5 ��S��r <**, ��.U   ,?if-j MA;  5^M^4,-J- W "^^IV^fewl pfemarvel at the cieaUon otelegance  Afle&Aty��^^^  #&(*�������{& **��*�� ,, *t"  3*.* ���*?,,. ���"5/^p  *- W   f r-^^tJSv.^ P^m��rve��tat ��?* cteatton otelegance  -.   ,- ���   ..      .��       , ~ *. ��� .,. carbuildei&f-slWinneapolisTribune.  ^with^ follo^n��ofe�� HK& ^Lt%J^^^$hTg^,Siskin  a��*y<r... naaattttMj    v   ����s^      <r t^fimshland^the acme? of MttxUry ^tuid  Beveisbke v\ p^:,?. j/.^ a .<,i,��>��  BUland*. ,4, v /J.ArB/jv# JMl��  stage dtCrfcr  with ��Ug��  Soda OwA^lL. f .s%* *.. x.. A%  136  >..y.K>ifr>  l*��it��/!M^J     -.���  ^SAt kkVcrto .A PK.K-mb  Unlin ?y, .V.i >t.. <i4. ?X i: W*  .Vancouver^ r * , J.i V-���-. .��< 86,lS8  Victoria^ * 1*.:/./"..^--...'..^MiWJI  WellingW^- ��� - ^^.^^"'V 891  Windemere I .�� *.V..Tvr*i^i ,...^128  fale.. '�� Xt/* 3^' ^fi.^ ^fl|#  ��aiA*r.*r.��> .^%?��.: ^ I^^.^ae  '���jV  ^��gt i? ? ?j|^^^|^I  SJ*ie��  City elf v^^pi^aer,  ^t t^^l^i^  rifii  <>3   v,  * m^-'*>ll    ^W'l^ptii' f?M��*m mw��iv wf}JMj(^ i ^ ^ >?j i>  II I"   ])WH;i|WH"HI'tiiiHi��WHM����Wi|'  ^^HflS^Jl^K  ,6yatin| tods  } Alt Kawlsof- Fruits  Hay Meadows Galore  WlfX TAUON CAMO*S MWINO.   ^  *. "f'-L. ��v* y ^.-���&J-, p i* *��� _ * ^  jame;in Abundance  ^ft^f^ftw^'^i-^^'^ii^p?^^!^"��� ������.^������5'PJ  OacrTlifi ���! tttt'rasrnr^MUWHI Brttls*  {^^��Mt; "stk ,v��\.  ..Prom March ^th to 7th the' annual  meeting of the Canadian Mining Institute will be held --at Montreal^ More  than a third of the papers ,toj be read  deal with British Columbia^ mining,  the Boundarypdistnct leading with  three pipers. fAmong(the papers" on  the. program are the following: v y?)  ^'Method OftExtractioii "and ^Refining at the Rio -Tinto Copperi Mines,"  R.iE. palmer, *C. and M.v E.,t Rib  Tinto, Spain, formerly of Rossland.';  "A Method of Mining Low Grade  Orein,'Boundary Creek District, B  C," F. Keffer, M/E ^Anaconda, S C.  ���& "Characteristics of the JAtlin Gold  fields, British Columbia,"-J. C. Gwit-  11m, B, M,,E ,,Nelson, B&i   %  "Hoisting and Hauling Plant at the  LeRoi^'Mnie," Bernard 'Macdonald,  M-'E., Rossland, B Cl -^ i  \ ^ "Jlotes to s Accomjiany Plan and  Drawings of'the Athabasca i Mine,  load Mountain," E Nelson Fell, A  R. S. M, London, England  '"Coarse Concentration in the Slo  can District, British Columhia," S S  Fouler, S R, M E , Nelson, B.s C. '  "Certain Fault Conditions in the  Copper Mines at ^Butte," William  Braden, M. E, New York, f  "Coal Mining in the Northwest  Territories and Its Probable Future,"  Frank B. Smith, M E, Calgary, N.  W. r.  ^"Electro Metallurgy of Copper and  Nickel as Applied to Canadian Ores  and Matte," William Koehler,' Cleve  land, Ohjo.  "Notes  on the" Dry Ores of the  Slocan Pistrict, British Columbia"," R  C. Campbell-Johnston, M. E, Nelson,  B, C  ''Ores of the Boundary District,  British Columbia," R W Brock, Canadian geo'ogical survey, Ottawa, Ont  ,''0ngin and Distribution of Yukon  Gold," R. G. ^IcConnell, Canadian  geological survey, Ottawa, Ont.  "Notes on Gold Dredging" (illustrated by lantern slides;)' Dr. J. Bonsall  Porter, McGill University, Montreal,  Quebec.  "Notes on Gold Mining at Republic,  Wash ," Fritz Cirkel, M. E, Montreal,  Quebec.  ^'Analysis of fnsolubles," Douglas  Lay, A. R. S M., Kimberly, B. C.  "Hematite Ores at Kitchener, B  C," (illustrated, by lantern slides,)  Wilham Blakemore, M E, Montreal,  Quebec   '  "Ventilation of Prospect Shafts and  Tunnels," Alexander Sharp, Rossland,  B..C<:-y^^>.:^,.: . ���..��� ....-p^to:,.  ; ^Gipli^. P;I>redging on the i^North  ThoroiwbnjRiver, British; Colttjfibia,'!  F. Satc^el^Glarke,. Vancouver,#) C.p  "Ecoqbniic Minerals of Vancou^-ier  IsiandpBritish Columbia,^,W. Et^Best,  yictpria^BiC^P .- .pr  ^r>r\cifi-c Kyi  ifl'precawood  .^^sfct B4��titt-n��Jim'spi��wiier   trstaa ha  - tatkamt aad Iforthport.  ^'Mi'KCT'iy* iCPWpAV, *KAY 5   I��*i  ����..j-:,a-!;PtrD^IrTr��lB I Ai  m  ce  ^Until  Procior^connectionl from Nelson1 u,  ilbein^M foUowsH^-M^-jti^  ysa%At^Mr piM y%4��S *��A,|i  ^TAUt, Chicaco^Toronto, Mote-'' p  tubal and all Eastern points, "'-/k  ,   tEAVE   ���4 NE|50I| ^   AnK,^^  *^F:  tJ,.C,...Memla*i^. i/  Arrive  ;n p  m  4 10 p m.  ^35%. "w:-.;.:-, ,.��n����iiii  9*>a.u\ U v. ��l~KeUio>'��"-. 6-ijp  ��**W��M*sfi-a6  ft^tv  fuZ1   !  i^r^fTTT^^  Kaslo/  1^  *  )r/>   vi,"  ���Al # t-c  LEAVE NELSON       ^ARRIVEj"  y4l!0O P   M DAILY' I0]l5'lA.M. ?  I i BXCEMt SUNDAY J   ^ *  f For Kootenay Lake Domts, Proc��  .,, tor to Kokanee Creek connection  from ^Nelson willnbe47is a.im.  ��� Mpnday.Wednesday and Friday  returning^ the same evening1 at  >  ��     %"*',-        '      ^      ��      f  For Tlmttable* rate* Asd fuU inforsutloo  ctril on or Bddren nearest local agent, or  O.W^DeY, *     * EJiCOYLE,   -  ? Agent,    -   ����� * ,A.G.P.Agt.  /  Phoemx,B,C.^ Vancouver, B.C  J. S. Carter, D. P, A., !      ��  Nelson, B C  Israel Wood, J,S.MItcbdl. O Sttrciu, T.1T. , ' ??,,;?(.%  Ga|er.,W. W, Tluanas, C H.|Kathan,>rf. ��. ��->J fc&riUj  ���iwwsiJX.e.'V' ^^^K'ffU1!- Vet <^ - i. h --** 'ffi.*��*  .;���, H8AD0FKCB.���        Wm. FAawjtuP  ,, Jaa. Macklnnon,  InyronnceofQaeW^T^ ^ Jt     " ^^'^Wl  Mon^eal.sUAnsUn,MaaagtT4v*^i $ ,' * ��. Ji 1��  > Waterloo.W^l-Brigss. MsS*��ey.J Jfj ^ W \ �� ? f aI^I  <,^Ro^^^.8.8te^^na^.^;;p' r    J t ^It^^S  VfotiS f OUrier.Mgr     i  St. HyaOnthe, J. L��fr��mbolsc,.Mgr. *  4    Omujtown.'W IT Harera��e, MgTi        s        ���  In Province of British Colonihla---       f , ���--  >'��� , Grand Forks, "Wm. Spte-,rMer  1 Phoenix. F W. Slact,AcUobMspt,  Acents  ia   Canada, Bank of Montreal and  ;     y   _ Blanches.   .      _   i , wf A ���  " ^ tendon, BnK, NetionalBant of Scotland,  *���  ' Boston, National Exchange Bank.  <������   I Near York,KaUonal EarkSank.    *  ^  chantrbbught and oold                " e"7i ~" f   J|||fMMIJi^?| J  Sawihos Baanca   Db?a��*mbnt   ax   Bacb )    fc#S'>��^-��S#^  Interest allowed from dale of deposit and com- < ^v>��H;.:#;Vl5i3f;fe��pS  pounded annually without tequlring attention ot ^S=fli;��^3^p^��  depositor                                            m . 3 .'.'^wwifew.s'i^iw  Office Hours 10-3 Saturday ft-omio to 1.      , ^.p=��^V^>3i?4!SS  ���!���'���: ' ������ ^fliliflif  A .     jp    ��  An Unprecedented  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  TTdOT*  /"Including Handsome Portrait\ /  ,ye��r  ^ofKinBBdward,��7xMinches^  Phoenix Pioneer ajad New York  "World, Thrice-a week, both  for one year ,  Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Familyl Herald aad Weekly Star,  both one year  Subscription!) received to all Magazines and Periodi-  'PPP*S''  m��  L��d\  :'r.Vi  mm-,  calo at publishers lowest rates.  *\  MWWKf" S^i^wSfff^^^^^  ...... i i , .iiiji li|il,iii n ii ii       111 , mi  ii.ii mm  i i .!������ i JJlWiiEsgfgBSS iiiKKmi if""    i i i-i"-  &  ��**,  ^  j��  ^  ��5    T i  IP  Good B�� in  Large S*un-  pfe Rooms  BIeetrlc��  and Lighted  Tlie Do  CO!  THE ONLY Fiafcf W&  0 d 'rooad�� A bw  V.  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'*  ���ii '  ��e,  [[BRIEF NEWS NOTES  Sinjiov tt j,���At the Sandon bon J    1 Mr M iKTiv Nykm���***���"���� :yx��4ufiP>    <  ��iie�� the f irlnt sh mp was won bv| lucsjav ��*emng   itaftfflMWa/tiit s t��S^^ 1"^?  -    -�� ���'    ' -   - �� ipWrm&'Mjnera'i ^Aflftriit.ittSMAw'  " >   *v-  *     /    * >  ,vere in oneoojinoKi  <' evenu held ib the building  ,   Marriage ' bv Rev  GbjsIiiy'Man' j i>is Kfcttov���.-, ^ -  P Graves gen I manager *ind \  C  *t       3  r ��  r    i  :.i *  -*?>  V  4  Flumeifut, a��sistant gun ni p^cr ti .  the Granby ,conii*r>   pud Nelso i J ��* of fflnHptn has  B C,����*t ihe latter part of this R<*-lina���    Plus  Wttjj i    rrhich nave ap}>eared  St PAWicrt flAti-On Mondty **t**<4rbm<sniOe  ^   v erening, March 17th, phoenix Miners  * * .Z4       ;     ��       ,j     ^rBteNo.* wjll'glVe a nw��quende ,  IdE Seljmi J?  '   (r��'j  *V      J   ^   ��   #WtM the* ball, m honor of St penteis this week fiiiil  f ������   l iM'       " * y��tnck    It��**petted lo be a most to the flat furnace hoj  t,r  r    *'''^, ��ajoy��bfe tAir "��� the Motherhj^de si  ' *r/   -"j ^   '   \ - �� wood, and the *>rn.li  ��� ��  ' "      ��� " ^     -    "8oo��d >o�� New Yo��^r.o of ��*j22Si��*  oar townsmen, Mesm E' W  Monk be complrted next  and C T> Huntef, sttrud from "Ross  land the first of the week far New     NoCirisrs Fro]  lork nd eastern Ontario over the p   the list minute it wi|  1 P R    They expect to be absent fontht tnoenix team aej  several weU * |l>8 ��*o*|w��W Saudo$||f  i   ^-���.    <      < 1 be unable to f,o    C  B0PM��*Vs5lLreATlSATKA><iX)��� I"*, �����  ,,0V   WPfl  Creenwood.'was rfprescnte]  at the we��k     lllLlce '   r<  Kaslo meeting this week by C   ^att  Galloway and tt  H  Gaum ��*, Giatid  io**s by F Dober' r knd Mr  saiitli,  Cascade b> G K. Stuoker, tr-ink  " Aspic) and G C Rose Phoenix u>  ,   tt B ttilkHK.    1    '  +  1,1  W * ChTCKlf^ngland^ervicd^will  fro**" fe#feM  ittwnflf     "  If"  i��es  betn oft  A   ClOaF^ CALt���li    K.      ThlMIUS  while -workng. in the Iionndes hadr a  f'osecaU Wednesday by a it* k, m, hl  ing swme twenty rounds, dislodging  from above and atrjk ng hun ablate  ing blow on trt head Although d^  itig no serious oai lage it hid n m mi  for seveilil d v�� and nude quite 1  wound  HOLGIir AN-fNin  d��- Hirr> I MiQu-i  ���ntecest of ��> M��.Gi,|  Mrfidhs, in the Pali  Mr McQn-id "iad t|  Phoenw rftr'v^ "��b <  but, thin"-* that 1.0* #at>fch|  the 1)01 union Ccpia^*^ *  n.u^cncd, genial bu^1  DfTer g <od opin. tL iv?  t.bn  m-  ,**  ��/  u  Writ   IfAVHJ���^  witnessed thi produu  yet ev��.r pap i'ar pUf  .M *he eoer��"hot w> ori  '     Will,   Pl-A^   T'*''1'   LvJiM^-lh��f  lheiHiv was we I  f  Grorgir   Warper l>ra iiat l Co   vill' 1 a, > ik nfe su*ln.|LntJ  sj pear  in   Phoenix at t ie M n r<-*  illy inJ in talent  Union Hall, WprcTi ?rt,"in tntir rend Iruiiit   n      T'i  aioit of tint ��f JJUVuC>Uf *!���>���- ettstltsl j^gt*. in .th^ leaut  "EastLvnit '    I he cotr^iT>v cimis tPW.ti\i anj   liutt  Jieie ��efi reconAnendca ssd( "IjpuU -yR^#sliaiS Mm  diAVsv'ai^t ����ouse. jf"l��efcef�� ��s(u ret> -    %  oi��*l��'ea'fit  ���.Itiweiinrfs'dtbjf'^tOt       34iM�� Oiu-'\  Pfc^lftrtncei. ^e ,aitl j.,tu ^  i H" H \A KEy -i-^l 1 -%Tj riVL er��� :jr0rrrt J a, p.ffgt *  o tht, H. ��!.(->    Tne, icir  Ijn,bi.H "byuir (x>1n.t in  14 Hhts ktnrjhf f��||dM|  li��c 1 h-avy jhipjct-vu' tote f*o u iW  fj^perty re*dy to um ^dirt-n '0 the j,jt��fl0 ,J ^.o^t eM<Q^#thMii|I  G**nt>> *mtl f As-^JOn ni *h,e Kfttle tin, 1 ��.tii oti ��r>     t-JeMfUsepfdl  ��� *** *  JVTt  .'i.  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