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 Wffi%fa%ttti0%^:g:^  Boundary Mines Sent  Out 390,000 Tons of  Ore in J90J, a* a  4  unteer.  Phoenix is the Centre  and Leading Mining  Camp of Boundary. ,  Devoted totHe Interests of tHe Boundary Mining District.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA. SATURDAY, JUNE 28,  .902.  No. 33.  THE BIG STORE  Specialties in Fresh  Fruits and Vegetables and  Canning Supplies at Special  P   R   I   C   E   5  PORTER BROS.  CONTRACT  City and District Notes.  Prepairing to Handle 100,000  Tons of ore.  FOI SURFACE OF KNOB HILL MINE  PiraiWratlU, Sa.-baiSleim Shovel, Ea(lici  Derricki, Trimwiv, Etc., ((pedes' Dully���  Sapt. Baker li on Ike drone*.  P\ Ci Cases Grand Forks  fj V) Strawberries to be  _ss=s Sold TODAY.    An opportunity  you cannot afford to miss.     12Jc per Box  FRUIT JARS   III   Cf7pc  For the Canning Season    Xl.JL/JL<    ���JM.EjaLikJ  A Direct Shipment from California  of New SPUDS,   New  CABBAGE,   New  ONIONS.  Buy your Groceries Direct  and Save Middlemen's Profits  Special Price on Sugar  For   Preserving.  Per Sack  V .    .     . ...3a   J   . V    ��  (0.  Phucnjx. Qreenwo'pd. Qrand Forks        Sandpn  -i_u-j, i mini .1  w  MORRINJHOMPSON&CO.  tiding  Spring Time.  Comes the desire to have the appearance of  the house in keeping with nature,  Neat,  Clean and /^ttr^ctjve*  '*' gll.l ?..m*T*"m7$~'i' '"'i>.',"J''JJ'tl<tJ'Wl)l .*!"*"*��  We have all the.requisite articles ..for the. "Strighten-  ing Up Season."  l  KALSOMINE-rAIl ��hadesr  5TAG BRAN�� of PAINTS  Al-l/ Cul.Oil.S IN PINTS, 'QUARTS,'  JJA'U' GALLONS AND GALLONS.  SCREEN DOORS-A1I Sizes  AD.IUS'iABLK   SCREEN   WINDOWS  i-CKEKiN   NETTING  ALL   WIDTHS.  _Lr_*^_;_, ��> m ������ i  Dp YQU j^'EED A2J  ICECREAM  FREEZER ?  WE HAVE THE :::  ::   GEM FREEZER  2Qrs., 3Qt8.,4Qts.,   '.  6 Qtb and 8 Qts.  rijV"  _\?  ft  *   "s  My.  "J*  ���Give'.us ypur gROGERY order for June and  he  cpnr  vinced tliat the place fpr YALyEJs t:he Gqi^isr STORE.  rif-mtwimi nmvi4i^iipttti.iwi~  F. C. Raker, ihe siipeiiniehdent for  Porter Bros,, the  railway  contractors,  who have entered into a contract with  the Granby C >. for taking out and ship  ping of. 100,0so tons of ere  from the  surface workings of the  Knob   Hill  mine, arrived in the city   Wednesday,  and is preparing to start the preliminary work in a lew days. This will consist very largjly  of stripping  on the  other side of the Knob Hill claim,  so  as to expose the gigantic ore body, and  it will probably take considerable time  to do this.    A wire tram will   first   be  erected to cany off the surface  waste,  the non-arrivil of this wire tope from  the east havi.ig delayed the  beginning  of operations. -r    '  Last Saturday the paraphernalia,  consisting of steam shovel, .derricks,  and other m, u-hmery and tools used  fpr this pii-|>ose, arrived in Grand  Forks, and has been expected here  daily. As s >on as it gets there Mr.  Baker will start a gang of men at work.  It is understood that if Porter Bros.,  who have hid a long experience in contracting, eventually take out this 100,-  000 tons of ore to the satisfaction of  the company, a further contract for 5,-  000,000 tons will at once be made. It  is thus quite evident that the firm is  not doing business on"a small'scale.'  TROUBLES OF IjOT 4IR L|MfE.  Ugly Charges Agilfttt Aulitut Monger  Mofrii,  The Grand Forks and Republic  railway, which.is known as the Kettle  Valley Line, and locally as the "Hot  Air" line, seems to be having no end  of troubles, not only with the elem:nts,  which washed out bridges and road  bed and swallowed up a locomotive  for a lime, but with the officials of the  company itself. '  Some  time ago  the 'audjlor,   Mr.  Haywood, and the freight agent,   Mr.;  Birbeck, went avva,y, gnd it'�� said they  were short  jn  th^r accau,nt��  several  .thousands, ctf dollars.    Jt js   notable  that seemingly no effort has been made  to arrest them, ��� A few days ago W; C.  Morris,  the Republic  attorney,   who  was assistant manager under Tracy W.  Holland, went to Spokane* and has not  seen fit to return.    It is now said that  Mr; Morris saw to it that at least. his  very liberal allowance for expenses was  I paid before he left, and that he knows  several things.    A detective has  been  working on the entire case in  Grand  Forks-Tor some weeks, and  could  tel-  some interesting facts if so inclined,  involving more than these mentioned.  It is understood that the 43   miles  of railwav has cost about $800,000  so  far, and that it will take at least $200,-  000 more to. put it in first-lass shape.  The money for construction  was furnished by the   Dominion   Permanent  Trust Co., of Torp,n|p.    A,l(h,ou,gh the  "last spike" was   driven in .Republic  several   miles from,  the railhead  on  April jath, the ljn�� is far  from  being  completed, and by the time it is really  ready for business, will have the finely  constructed parallel  line of James J.  Hill '.o buck against.  Giand Forks is organizing a bicycle  club. :���" '  Local strawberries  are now in our  markets. .   *  A local branch of the'Provincial  Piogressive Party-is being formed in  Grand Forks. .. '; ' '  ' Several Phoenicians attended the  Gentry animal show at,-Greenwood  last Thursday.  ���./.   "',' *  Peicy F. Gode/froth, who sjjent a  week in the city, returned to- Grand  Folks Monday,.*   1  *     _* _ i      _  It Is now expected that, the steel on  the Jim Hill line will be laid into Republic by tonight.  Rev. E. P. Flewelling conducted  Anglican church services at Eholt,  Wednesday eveniiig.  Mayor Noble Biiins, of Trail, spent  Sunday in Phoenix, visiting his partner, James A. Clark.  The Greenwood Times endorses the  Pioneer's proposal for a movement to  erect a miner's home.  Kcndell & Co., ;the pioneer mei-  chants of Greenwood, have opened a  branch store in Grand Forks  Alex Munroe,<-the well known local  splinter, will compete in the foot races  at Grand Forks Dominion IJay..  F. H. White of trie local staff of the  Eastern 'lownship's 'Bank, is spending  a couple of weeks at'G/and Forks.  W. U. Cochrane' visited Rossland  Monday, - Mrs. Cochrane go'tng to  Grand Forks, where she-.will spend a  week. ',a...  A great iniprovement _rrj*de thjs  week was. thqtql gradjiig'sorri.ewl'at the  wagon road to the l-,Qspjta1,,up Second  street.  Jay P. Graves spent last Saturday  in Phoenix, inspecting the Granby  mines. He drove to Grand Forks  Sunday.  At the high school examinations recently held a Greenwood 12 candidates were present from different parts  of the district.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, will be at his  office,.Hank block,' from July 10 to 14.  Appointments should be made as early  as possible.  While the ojej.ra$z*hjiS heen-cyt  down from, P.hoeiiify qn,e of th.e power-:  fill Shay eqgines. in use on this branch  has been laid off.  George Addlsun, aged 64, died suddenly of heart failure at "Grand Forks  Monday afternoon, leaving a wife,- two  daughters and a son.  C. H. Eshbaugh, in charge of the  Scranton Correspondence Schools from  Medicine Hat to the coast, visited  Phoenix early this week.  Mrs. G R. Staitsman and Miss  Bessie Startsman, arrived Saturday for  an extended visit with F. S. and Mrs.  Bailey in Providence camp.  SHIPS 120  TONS DAILY  Boundary Mining Notes.  Snowshoe Mine is now Sending Out This Amount.  CORONATION  POSTPONED  0BE GOES TO THE SUNSEl SMELTER  FourfilloM (or Co_pre��wr Ccnpleletf, and  Boiler* Are AboatBrick'd la-New Male  Shaft Is Dowa 275 feet.  HI in London.  WHOLE WORLD IS SHOCKED OYER IT  Beginning last week, under an agreement with the Sunset smelter, at Boundary Falls, the Snowshoe  mine  has  been shipping regularly  four cars of  ore daily, or about 120 tons.     More  ore could easily be furnished, if the  smelter could handle it.   This ore is  being taken from the surface workings  of the mine, where there are estimated  to be many thousands of tons of ore of  a good grade.    Shipments from this  part of the property will be kept up indefinitely,' it is understood.  Progress in getting" things in shape  for the r^ew. air compressor i's being  made, the work of laying the foundations for the big machine having been  completed, a.nd. the bricking in of the  two So horse power boilers being also  virtually done. The timbers for the  new compressor house, to be 40x86  feet in size, are now in hand, and the  work of erection will probably be started next week. No lime is being lost  in getting the new machinery in operating order at the earliest possible  date.  The new main shaft has now reached a depth of over 275 feet,���snd will  be continued to thp 300, foot level. At  the same tirne the shaft, which is on  an incline, is being permanently timbered,--When everything-:isMn-shape  for ore extraction, skips will be used  for .this purpose. -There are now 70  men on the payroll of the mine.  P.J. Dermody and G. W. Rumberger   aie  doing development on  the.  Keystone not far from the Knob Hill.  Their men are crosscntting the ledge.  With the exception of a few men, King Edward VII Is Critically  such as  the car|��nters,   the Granby  'nines wete closed Thursday, and will  '>e closed also July i and 2d.  Water is still being kept out of the  Winnipeg mine with the improvised  machinery, pending' a decision ns to  intuit operations of the property.  Woik ou clearing the site of the  new 60 drill air compressor, ordered a  short time .igo iiy the Granby Co. from  the Canadian Rand Drill Co., for use  in the Phoenix mines, has been commenced.  For the fust six months of 1902,  Boundary mines have ship|>ed over  250,000 tons of ore, and Boundary  smelters have reduced about the sime  amount.  Theie is no change'in the coke sit  uatioir. Supplies are expected to be  received on or about the first of July  from the Ciow's nest ovens, and as the  Granby smelter will close two or three  days next week, coke is expected toai-  rive by tne time the furnaces are blown  in.  Sovereign Successfully Operated.on for Per*  llypblllla-Noped Thai He Will Soon Be  Out of Danier.  The H. C. Coal Company will install  a dimond drill next month on its coal  pro|>erty situated on the north fork of  Kettle River, sixty miles north of Grand  Forks. The plant is now eni route  from Chicago and <jt, is 'proposed , to  piospect the ground to a depth 6f> joo  feet. Bituminous cpa'l of good coking  quality was discovered on the north  foik a year a��o by Jpjieph. Wisfcmanl  ELMORE PROCESS OF OR EAT PROMISE.  IN BASE BALL CIRCLES.  Pbotai* Team Will Play la Qraod Fork* Dominion. Day.  Recently the Phoenix ba.seba.ll team  tried conclusions with the Greenwood  club, \\\�� latter being the winners.  Another game will be played in Greenwood tomorrow.  In addition to this the Phoenix club  Tuesday afternoon the University of I will play at Grand Forks on Dominion  California {Berkeley)  base  ball  team   Day; ^t w,hie.h time it ts expected  that  defeated  the  Grand Forks nine by ^{<w ^^ {Tom as  many   dififerent  TeiU on Boundary Ore'Have Proved Very  Satisfactory.  The new Elmore process of oil concentration of ores appears, says the  Victqija Colonist, judging from recent  numerous tests, to piomise great things.  Tests made on the low-grade ore ol  one of the Rossland mines gave the  following results : The concentrates  by the oil process contained 6.08 per^  cent ofcopperj while concentration by  water gave only 2.6 per cent, the silver and gold contents being proportionately higher and the tailings showing much higher lecovery in the case  ol the oil than by the water concentration.  Preliminary tests by this process of  ore from the Snowshoe mine,; Boundary districts, have also proved satisfactory, and it is very probable that  several Elmore plants will ere long be  in operation in the low grade camps of  the province.  Old Little Business.  Wednesday evening's meeting of the  city council was not productive of much  business, it. ^ejng' largely routine.  Several small accounts were presented  and ordered p^id. The graveyard  patter of surveying came up, bitf nothing will be done till .thegrpwd is cleared. The matter of building a side,  walk pn First street, across the bridge,  on grade, to connect the Cottage and  Summit hotels, but no definite action  was taken, largely because the city  treasury is not just now in a plethoric  condition.  score of 7 to 1 at Qrand Forks  The body of J^ohert Murray, a  rancher ne?r Ne'soivWash,; was found  in the Kettle river last .week Friday.  He had been oh a drinking spree.  Mr: and Mrs. E. D. Hall of Grand  Forks, spent tasc Sunday in the Boundary mining center.���'-.���> !They are contemplating, a trip east in the hear future.  The city council.of 'Grand Forks is  talking about raising the grade of the  lower part of the city from 15 to 20  feet���solas' to be above high water  marie; ;���     '    \  Reid & Co. have completed the  painting of (he residence of W. J. Astley, manager of the Snowshoe mine,  the result.being a decided improvement.  On account of Dominion Day the  C. P. R. will sell rou,nd trip tickets between al| !jtatipnji June 28, '29, 30 and  July ist, good to return July 3, at fare  and one-ihird.  W. L. Ross started for Banners,  Ferry, Idaho, accompanied by his son  Gl��y, fpr a trip to some mining pro-i  perties, in which he is interested, mid  which are showing up well,  Alderman Marshall took Monday's  train to the coast to enjoy the Coronation Day celebration at Victoria. It  is his first vacation in two years, and  he will be gone about ten days.  Anthony J. McMillan, managing  director of the Snowshoe mine, arrived  in New York Monday from, England,  on his wa^.to British Columbia and is  expected tp, arrive in this section about  July to.        '  places will present to show their prowess on the .diamond. 'Ihe following  will represent the Phoenix club1 at  Grand Forks: J. Haggerty, H. Brad-  ish, C..A. McCiung, J. F. Boyce, J.C.  Stutz, J. J. Strutzel, J. Church, A. E  ���H. Clark, W. H. Cole and W. Cook.  Members of the Phoenix c^b are  somewhat handicapped,  by having a  Blames Crow's Nest Co.  The verdict of the coroner's jury in  the inepjest upon the Fernie disaster  has been returned, after several hours  deliberation. The finding is against  the company and states that the deaths  were caused by the abundance of coal  dust.  The verdict recommended that the  government enforce a system for the  protection of the   miners,   that   it   ex  place tlytt is none too good to practice elude powder and   provide more effi  on, but jt is the intention  to enlarge)cient protection,  it, if possible,  and  get   it  in  better  shape.    Last Sunday two local nines  played a match at the home grounds.  Beat Olj fys Assailants.  Chas. Sandberg, formerly blacksmith  at the Brook\yi\ mine, and later at the  Golden Crow,n. and, Winnipeg, had an  experience \l\e*o,th,er day with thugs.  He w,as returning from the California  mine, near Republic, to Phoenix, when  he was set on by two men on the other J  aido of the line. Sandberg is a powerful fellow, and managed to beat off his  assailants, after receiving some bad  biuises. He came to his cabin at  Hartford Junction, and a local physician dressed his wounds  Race Horses at Qrand Forks.  As the Pioneer goes to press, word  is received from Grand Forks that a  large number Of horses have arrived to  take part in next week's races. Animals  have already got there from Colfax,  Republic, Spokane, Calgary, Rossland  and other places, including neatly all  the well known running and trotting  horses, as well as many local horses  and Dr. M., the guideless pacing wonder. The meet will undoubtedly be  the most exciting ever held in these  part.  London, June 24.���With dramatic  suddenness the king has been stricken  down upon the eve of his coronation.  Tonight he lies in a ciitical condition.  In spite of the intensity of this  dia-  twttic intenuption the lower elements  of London are "mafficking" through  the flag-decked   streets  and a poition  of society   in coronation  gowns  and  jewels has gathered at what is called'  [ a gala coronation dinner at one of the  fashionable hotels.  Even at the gates of Buckingham  palace within which the ablest surgeons and physicians constantly le-  mainin the hope of saving the sovereign's life, the tooting of horns and the"  sound of other revelry can be plainly  heard. That slim gathering . which  still remains beneath the flaring palace  'lights is now myre bereft on celebration than sympathizing.  They seem to have no conception of.  the gravity of King Edward's condition. The thinking portion of the nation has gone home numbed by the  events which the day has brought forth.  " Operation   Successful.  London, June 24.���1:40 p. m.���  The coronation is postponed indefinitely." , King Edward is suffering from  from peiityphlitis. His condition on  Saturday was so satisfactory that it was  hoped that with care his majesty would  be able to go through the ceiemony.  On Monday evening a recrudescense  became manifest, rendering a surgical  operation necessary today.  2 p. in.��� The  opeiation   on   King  Edward was successfully performed at  2 o'clock.   The king did noi lose consciousness and is now asleep.  Notice of Postponement.  A brief notice  has been   published  in the Gazette as the result of which  the entire state,  social  and   business-','  arrangements throughout the country  are paralyzed.     The order  is  dated  from   the  earl   marshal's   office  and  reads :   "  "I have to announce that the solemnity of the coronation of their majesties, King Edward  VII.   and  Queen,  Alexandra, is postponed from the 26th  to a date hereafter to be; determined. "  The best   informed   opinion   places  the date of the coronation   in . about  three '.months'   time,   provided   King  Edward   progresses well in the   meantime.  G. C.Hodge, district manager of  the V. & N. Telephone Co., from, ^el-  son, was in the cjty Saturday, on a trip  of inspection.  STRIKE W FERNIE  AH the miners in the Ciow's  Nest coal mines at Fernie went  out on strike Thursday, because  of�� regulation by the hew manager, Mr. Tonkin, which practically adds half an hour more to"  each shift without extra pcy.  The miners' union at Fernie b,as .  issued a manifesto {a. \foe public  ex.P.la|n.ing ihe situation. At a  special meeting this decision was  arrived at by a unanimous vote.  \a Eijltor In Contempt.  A dispatch from Victoria states that  W. ]VIicAdairns, editor of the Sandon  Paystreak, has been summoned by the  Full Court to appear before it in Victoria on July ?nd, on a charge of contempt of court. This arrises out of a  statement made in the Paystreak that  J. F. Clark of Rossland, was unable to  get his case for a commission, against  J. Frank Collom, for the sale of the  Arlington mines, before the courts,  owing to Collum's "pull."  Debs Speaks Next Wednesday Evening  Eugene V.   Debs,   the   well   known  labor leader, will be in  the   Boundary  next week, and   will   make   three   ad-  drcsses,on each in Grand l''oiks,jGreen-  wood and Phoenix.     He,   was at- first  billed for Tuesday night here, but that  has been changed 10  Wednesday   evening at Miners' Union Hall.   Mi. Debs  is said to be a good talker, and an enthusiast in  regard   to   the   new   labor  party.     Many   are   interested   in   tin's  movement, and   lie   will   undoubtedly  1 have a gojd house here.  floe Llltk Ad,  One step won't take you very far���  YouVe got to keep on walking;  One word won't tel! folks who you are  You've got to keep on talking.  One inch wont make you very tall���  You've got to keep on growing;  One little ad won't do it all���  You've got to keep them going.  Summit  BOUNDARY ORE SHIPMENTS.  The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines lor 1900, for 1901 and  for 1903, as reported to the Phoenix Pioneer  Granby Mines, Phoenix   Snowshoe, "         ;'.  Brooklyn,  Mother Lode, Deadwood   Sunset, "    Morrison, "    B. C. Mine,  R. Bell,  Emma,  Winnipeg,  Golden Crown,  Athelstan,  King Solomon, AV..Copper   No. 7 Mine, Central..  City of Paris, "     ..  Jewel, Long Lake..  Carini, West Fork  Ruby,      Boundary Falls   Miscellaneous  Total, toes ._.     99,730  Granby Smelter treatment, tons     62.387  Wellington      1,076  "             2,250  ���mmm  mm  :1I  W  1  "H  m  m  m ��� ifcf ��� m  [ 'WM' li ^ *  %mm  mm'  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  I The Canadian Bank of Commerce  ��� , HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO,  ���  I Capital, $8,ooo,ooo.      *      j*      Rest, $2,000,000.  * HON. CEO. A. COX, Pk���Iwt. B. E. WALKER, G��ntr��l Manager,  J. H. PLUHMER. Atft Gen'i M�����g��.  II. F. MYTTON,   Manager Greenwood  Branch  r ������������������������������ t')ffHmHH^ ���������������������������������� +��������<)������������++������+ ���  alion.    They have  talked nunc  <ind  done le>>s  uoilc   than  any le^is'atiu  body ol which   histoiy   Ims leif-nl.������-  Nelson News.  Hai'I'V Thought���A good way to  adjust mattei-. in this provimx' Mould  be to abolish the l��o per cent i.u ou  mines and le\y the amount collected  on Jim Dnnsinuir's tin title, if he  blinds one b.ick fiom the roioti.uiori,  ���Sandon Mining Review.  .moil   .nt  , 1, 1 lespcviinit  il��s 01 by  tion c. ��i ��� kiiton a��.i, uhhi  o,\olin!i ,^ Jjp.un'Sf,  emij|n\nient on Villain / i   ��  i'oni|> uiics ii(|tiiiini> puiiin lands wheie-  by O.k-ntu'ls aie ev hided, and the act  sct'uiim; to Liboi Ian u.iges on   public  woiks .Hid iioin commnies  I  D. J. MATHESON,  The Phoenix Pioneer*  ISSL'BIl OV bATIWUAV "V THE  PIOIVEBItPUBLISinNW co.  ATI'IIOKMX. B.C.  W. B. WILLCOX.  MANAGER.  a couilhouse in that city. The Houii'  dary has long needed it, and the Gieen  wood people rustled for it and got it.  Telephone!  I Bu��l��eM office No. 14.  I Malinger'* residence, No. 15.  KunncmrcioNB IN AUVASCB.  Per Vcar < J> ����  Six Month* ...-  1.35  To Foreign Couiitrlen J 00  IfYouiircnot fiaulncrlber !o Ihl* p��per, thl��  ta mi tin lUtlou to vou to become one.  Advertltlug rate* iuruliilicd on Application.  Legal notice* id and 5 cent* per line.  Vour weekly liiiertlon* couMltulc one month'*  advertising.  Next week the major poition of the  population of the .Boundary will hie  themselves to Ciiand Forks, to take  pait in the Dominion Day celebration.  It is a foiegone conclusion that it will  be the highest day yet experienced in  the Smeltei City.  STRICTLY   BUSINESS  0  1902  JUNE  1902  Sun. Hon.  T��ie��. Wed.  Th'u.  Frl.   Sit.  1    2  3   4     5  6   7  8   9  10   11   12  13 14  15   16  17 18   19  20 21  22  23  24 25  26  27 28  29 30  ,  Coionatiun for breakfast, coronation  for dinnei and coronation foi suppei  has been the literary menu this week,  and the illustiated dailies, weeklies  and monthlies aie also doing the sub  jeet up to the King's taste Let us  be thankful that the momentous event  is now happily over.    l  For )eais Rossland was the baiinei  shipping camp of Jirilish Columbia,  but that camp is now second, JJoun-  daiy being the leader. Up to last  Saturday Rossland's ore shipments for  the yeai were 156,000 tons, while  those from Boundary were 240,000  tons. It is likely th.it the lead will be  even greater by the end of 1902.  Tiy ndieirising as a pieventive ol  siiinmei  dullness.  Advertising is a combination of good  judgment and euterpiise.  A little.advortising is a -good thing  if it leads to moie adveitising.  In utiting his ad���.1 blight meichant  piesents his st,oie to the leadei in a  way which causes that teadei to become  intciested in what is s.ud and desne to  buy what is olTeied,  Theie is no better udveitisincnt than  good wards about gc'od values. 'I he  one who knows how to wiile of the  things he knows how lo buy will have  rustumeis looking foi the goods and  his way of desciibing them.  The man uhu ad vei rises successfully  has hull dog tenacity. He holds on  foi all he is woith.    There is no shak-  INSUKANCT. AUJNl,  riRt:, mm:, acc t>rsi.  Coiillultsjiilliir f��r lilKIll,' .UlltfrlllU.  TtlOKNIX, U.  R. A. SCOTT,  CoNlKACIOK AND UuiLUER.  IS.SllMAlr.S FUKNISIir.D.  I'HOliNlX, B. C.  ��� 1'  Take  THE PIONEER  You should if you don't   It gives the news  of the Boundary.   It works for the Boundary.   It is owned by the editor and not by  any clique or faction  It costs only $2.00.  It is worth 3J0.00.  "A.uhk v" rifp ��n (kiif. !'���  ��vinning in its merits    llavi  >  si?   Save ihe*tiigsjt!i��.y ;u<  ^  II. S. CAVI.hY. W. U. COCHRANE.  CAYLEY & COCHRANE,  SoucriOKs, Kir.  IMIOKNIX, U. C"  .-lV.,.><j,.v4x.^-$^x$>^*^<$x^<JsS>i 1'iu  I Our NEW LiueofWa-  f and Chains  in" his faith in adveitising.  A   bull  R. B. KERR,  Daukistek AND SOMCI'iOK,  NOTAUV I'UHUC.  I'lIOENIX, B. C.  I Must be Seer  * to be Appieci*'.!'  .>   I'Iksegoods aie the very lati n>  i,  design   and   woikmanship,  .h i  * will be sold at very low pi ice.  I   GEO.E.DEY,  w Knob Hill A\cuue, t'hocilx  ��##��<>��P��������S44>*<S><^^S>*^^��^i>*<!><��*^l  ^ Plioenk Home Brewed  TBI  3*  eet  35 &  -j* Brewed b) .1 I Ionic Instiiuiioii has jnoveu the test and has made a J^  ^5 host of Fiiends who ttstiiy lo its Uood Qualities  'la  PHOENIX BREWERY  JUI.IUrf MUELLER, Pkoi-kikiok.  ��<  t3LA  p�� Corner Standard Ave. and Banner St., Phoenix &  dog nevei says die, neither does the  boiu adverlisei. Both believe in their  powei s.  STILL A LONG FELT NEED.  One inconvenience   that   business  men of Phoenix have had to put up  with to the present time,  is the total  lack of any soit of custom facilities  in  this city.    When the  town was little  more than a postoffice,  and the men  .from a few scattered  unproved  pros-  , pects receiving their mail here, it  was  hardly necessary that conveniences of  this kind should be afforded. But now  the case is entirely  different.     Mines  of known worth and wealth are being  worked in this vicinity on an extensive  iscale���almost in the city itself���large  numbers of men are employed, many  merchants are located here, and the  lack of a customs office is often  felt.  No place of twice the size of Phoenix  contributed as much in freight tolls to  the C. P. R. in 1901 as did Phoenix.  It has nothing to do with the case  that offices of this kind are situated at  Grand  Forks   and   Greenwood,  not  many miles away.    It is right here in  Phoenix that Phoenix merchants need  the office refeired to, and it is right  here thai they are put to untold inconvenience because Phoenix has so  , long been overlooked in this regard. If  nothing better could be done, an offi  cer could  be sent here say twice or  even once a week, and clear such goods  as have ai rived in bond.    The C P.R.  now has a place specially arranged for  this purpose, and it should be put to  use.    It would cost the government  but little, and be a great boon to bus-  ness men here.  As a sample of how the present system works, cases are known where duty  ha�� been paid foi two or three days to  a week or'ten days at a time repeatedly, and yet the goods did not arrive  from Grand Forks.    This has not happened once or twice,  but a number of  times.    We do not claim to know exactly wheie the fault lies in such cases,  but they,occui not infrequently,  and  cause much   vexation  and  trouble to  importers.    If we had a customs office  heie, all this could be done away with.  The subject is one that should   be  agitated till the demand is met.    The  expense would be small, and the convenience gTeat.     In fact, it would be  an excellent matter for the board'of  trade to take up and not let up on till  something was done.  New coal fields cannot be>put into  a productive stage too soon for the  Boundary mining and smelting indus-  tiy. The leceiit enforced shoitageof  coke' supply fiom Fernie, the only  available souice, is showing us just ho��  serious such a situation may 'become.  Fortunately, in this case, it wilt not  last long.  B. C. MINING NOTES  C. Dell-Smith, the genial editor of  the 'Ymir Mirror, has hit upon an  original schem-. to increase the circulation of his gieat family journal. lie  simply offers to give a pliotogiaph ol  the entue staff of the Mirror���including  the devil���to each new paid up ' ub-  scriber. It is to be hoped that the  Mirror will shortly find it necessary to  install a web perfecting press to keep  up with the demand.  The Pioneer is in receipt of a blue  book, being the tepoit of the Royal  Oriental Commission. It is chock  lull of reasons���not imperial leasons',  either���.vhy no more Chinese should  be admitted to Canada. It goes without saying that most of the residents  of British Columbia weie acquainted  with these reasons, but (or eastern consumption the book is a good thing and  should be given wide ciiculation.  Sandon mines shipped 106 tons ol  ore last week.  Last week's shipments fiom Slocan  City were 1^0 tons.  Rossland oie shipments for lasi  week weie 6,796 tons.  The Ruth, in the .Slucin, is leopei -  ing on an extensive scale.  Woik has been discontinued foi a  time on the Sullivan smeltei at Mans  ville.  A lumoi is cuiient that the Ameii-  <an smeltei tiust will eicct a .smeltei  in British Columbia.  Last week the Sunset, in the Slocan.  paid another $6,000 dividend, nukin-  $54,000 [iaid to date.  A Montieal syndicate has puichas-  ed the Caioline and Hastings asbestos  claims on Whitewater-creek.  The Giant mine, Rossland, is ic-  poited to have made a contract with  the 1'iai! smelter lor$4.50 per ton for  fieight arid treatment,  Seven mines in the Slocan shipped  875 tons of ore through Kaslo last  week. They were the Whitewater,  Slocan Star, American Hoy, Ramblei,  Lavina, Wonderful and IJismaick.  King Edward Lodge, U.D.  A. Kami A. M.  KeKulnt communication 8 p. in.     Sec  unit rimriilny of each month.  KmerKcnt inrtliii),"! uncalled; Musonlc  Hull, Morrtton-Anckroon Itlock.  INO.l". IIFiMltNW \Y  becrituiy.  V. I.. COCK.     ,  W. M.  Phoenix Federal Labor Union   No 155   Meets Thiusdays at 8 p. m. at Min-   eis' Union Hall.   KI> HHOWN.l'ies.  W. CORSHK.Sec'y.  HtOIiNIX AfcKlh  NO. 158.  Mittmfjs on rrhloj  114. ft yt p in., Mfneis'  I'm u Hull.  Visiting   brethren  cordially invited.  J AMV.S M \KbIIAI,I��� I'rei.    K. I,. BOYD. Secy  Phoenix Lodge No. 28,  Knights of Pythias.  Mcct�� every Tuesday nlglit  ��t 7 io p in . lliinly-McKeiizie  Hill '      .'  Vising ^rctlirei* -welcome.  II A hCOTT, C. C.  1) J MATHUbON, K. K. S.  6  It. D. PAIORCU.  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaranteed.   Imported Goods.  KINK HOOIS AND SIIOD.S MADK 10  OKDKK.   '  I'HACTICAI.   MINKKS'  AND   PROS"  FEC'IORS' SHOtS   A  Sl'KCIALIV.  Corier Phoenix SI. and Brooklyn Ave.  --���~..6  1  White Cooks, and Waiters' Union  No. 12* W. L. U.. of Phoenix.   ' v  Reports fom Manitoba are to the  effect that the C. P. R. will this year  handle the greatest wheat tonnage in  its history. The C. V. R. will also  handle this year���is now doing it, in  fact���the greatest ore tonnage in the  history of the province, the major portion of which is from Boundary mines,  No. i haid and No. i chalcopyrite cut  no hina.ll figure in the revenue of the  C. P. R. No wonder Jim Hill would  like a slice of it.  In another column will be found the  43d annual statement of the Eastern  Townships JJank nude-at the meeting  recently, held at the head office at  Sherbiooke, Que. The bank is in a  most flouiishing condition, and the  business done at the only two branches  outside ul Quebec���viz., Ui.ind J'oiks  and Phoenix���isrepoited as satisfac-  toiy. The bank has made a netpiofit  ot over a quarter of a million dining  the last year and has paid a dividend  of seven per cent beside-) a bonus ol  one per cent. The Eastein Townships bank is a conseivatively man  aged institution, and maintains the excellent reputation it has abeady held.  WORTH KNOWING  WHAT EDITORS SAY  EDITORIAL COMMENT  At the last minute  the  legislature  turned down the bill allowing children  of 18 years to vote      The  members  - finally came to their senses  There will be but few to regret that  the legislature has nt last finished its  arduous (?) labors, even if it has established a record for length of session.  Long lri:i/i \V\ni���The new Denver Ledge editor is thinking seiiously  of starting a paper in Jerusalem. A  paper like the Claim would fill a long-  felt want in the Holy City.���Nelson  Economist.  Greenwood is to be congratulated  "on getting an item in the supplement- A Greai Record���The members  ary estimates of the legislature, passed iof the present legislature have satjong-  at the eleventh hour, appropriating er in the session which has just clos-  $ 10,000 for construction and plans for ,ed, than any legislature since onfeder-  Sofilv Wondering���In the silent,  silvery Slocan we are sadly dieaming  of the tanff that is not on lead, and  softly wondering why the silly stillness  does not strike us dead.���New Denver  Ledge.  The International Mining Congress  meets at Butte, Montana, on September 1-5 next.  The production of aluminum in the  United States during 1901 ^amounted  to 7,150,000 pounds.  It is claimed that the owners of the  I'readwell mine in Alaska figure on a  profit of $1.50 a'ton on ibe output of  .1 .thousand stamps, wh�� h is 4,000  tons per day, making a profit of $6,000  a day.  The fiist quaiter of 1902 closed on  Apiil 1, and eight Utah mines have  paid a total of $1,251,500 in dividends.  Of the old-Lime bread-winners, the  Ontario has paid its shareholders $14,  372,000, the latest payment being $45,-  000 in March.  During the fust five months cf the  present year the Coeurd'Alene silver-'  lead mines produced 62,250 tons of  shipping ore mid concenti.ites of the  total gioss value of $3,725,500, which,  added to the gioss output foi 1901,  gives total earnings for 17 numilis of  $i3.��5.500'  PASSED SEVENTV-EKHIT ACTS.  Meets TiK'sday nujhts, 8;3o o'eloek at  Miners' Union Unll.  S. F. I'ALMKH.  I'reildnit.  Miss Clakk,  Secretary.  Those doiruiK hdptipply lo secretary. 'Phoncjo  GEORGE GIBSON  SHAVING PARLORS  and BATHROOM.  Grnves-Willisnn Block,cor.  First and Old Ironsides Ave,  Phoenix, B. C.  Redistribution Act Was  Probably Most Important.  The House piorogued at noon   Saturday at Victoiia.  Seventy-eight acts were passed dui-  ing the session, neaily all ot which  were amending acts of minoi impoit-  ance. The chief were the redistribution act, that lespecting priority of  creditois, amendments'to the municipal elections, one man one vote, also  to provincial elections requiring applicants' affidavit instead of declaration  to get on the list, and impoitant rail  way acts which were not likely to bring  tailway constiuction, the chief efforts  of the opposition to prevent the country being given away, being successful.  Other important legislation affects  labor which haswiung moie fiom a  hostile government than in any former  session.  Among these are the compensation  to workmen, trades union act, decep-  A'  , EDITION!  Webster^  ^national  Dictionary^  n     A Dictionary of'_NGLISH,  Biography, Geography, Fiction, ate  New Pl&tea Throughout  25,000   New Words  Phrases and Definitions  Prepared under the direct  supervision of W,T. HARRJ3  Ph.D., LL.D., United States  Commissioner of Education,  assisted by a large corps of  competent specialists.  R-lch Bindings 2364 J>ags��  5000 Illustrations  PELLEW-HARVEY.  BRYANT & GILMAN  VANCOUVER,B   C  PROVINCIAL  ASSAYER5  TIIK  VANCUIJVKK ASSAY Ol riCli  KsUWMicd 1S90  j Miu:rnn IdrntifUd nnd Thar Values l.'x-  I plumed.  FREE OF CHARGE.  Ilnvc Vou-1 l'ifceof Doubtful Rock'   Just  (i MailitloiH    .Mill ami smelter tens up to  m 4000 Hit.   Checking Assays a hpeclnUy.  M  HP FIT  A   A DELICIOUS BREAKFAST TEA  J_    _CZ<_r'm. direct Jfrom the grower to the consumer.  r. ^^^m(^^<^v^('>^^(^^<^>^-i^^  COMPANY 1   Agent for   PABST BEER  Complete Line of Sample  R. GREIGER,  Managir tMMt-  "GREENWOOD  Lioii Bottling works   ���      ���       /AS. McCRRATH, Prop ��� '     ���,,.  JOBBERS IN WINES, BEER AND CIGARS  hull A penis for Keichsqucllcti Sellers1 Illnv I.iiIjcI Hi and tile most  lieuUlilul niul refreshing of.Mineral Vi'iiterh.  riioiieOrdcru Solicited.  GREENWOOD and PHOENIX, B C  CIiokp Wines, Liquor* .tiul Cifittife tiluiijf in  Hock. 1! on id Iiy iluv 01 uii'li, ()no 11 inland  voir will reiiit'iiiljur The .M.ipiu l.tui l'ori-wi.  Mople Leaf  HOfCl  OSd Ironsides  Ave. o  - ���liiw; & Mcdonald, Props., essjsi-.  C. A. McCitmg & Co*.  Hay, Grain, Feed, Rolled Oats, Etc.  'STANDARD, AVE., PHOENIX'.  Phone No. 36  PEACES.  You .Should Read      $  Always::  Desirable  Odd pieces  of furniture to  J make your home more com-  ��� fortable.    A luxury you can  ��� enjoy at all seasons.  ��� CLARK & BINNS  ��� FURNITURE DEALERS  ��� have just wliat')Ou u.int mo!>t.  J3gr��7'/;* International was first istutd\  in iSqo, succeeding the " Unabridged."'  The Ke:o Edition of the International  was issued tit October, /goo. Get the  /a.'ert and best.  Wc alv) publish  Webptcr'o    Collegiate    Dictionary  Mitli C.los'iry ol Scottuli Words and Phrasei.  41 Tiftl cl us in quality, second clast 111 lizc."  Fpccmicn page*, etc. of both  bucks ..cut on  application.  ����������������������������������������������������������������������������  A  THE  BINER BLOCK  Near Second Stieet, 011 Knob Hill A\  This 1* a two Htory stniiluie jox^o fLet,  witli 15.VSO foot mlililioii In rt.ir, 11 ntnlile  fomlion htcnml stor> litti I Tor Iimiik  rooms. Well limit tlnonKlioiit. Hill  Hell lit rensonnlilc nrkc ni'il ii'i hiulhfic-  tory tcniiH PnrticulaiHimi lie lind on  the prcmiHcj* from  G.6C.MERRIAM CO,{ vreSrcm  Publishera  Springfield, Mass.  'I'he best established and regulated hostry, in the IJoun-  d;ny. We aie centrally located in our new stables with  ,1 complete outfit of Saddle and Driving Horses. 'The  best of rigs.      Parties  driven  to  any Boundary   point.  COLLINS & McQUAID, Proprietors.  m  Old lionsides  Addition  099��a*9Beme?f>aaeo?Q*aoo*ai ?9?��*t*��e����9e��o9����o��e0��aaa  _%e KNOB HI  Choiee Wines, liquors and Cigars  The Leading Wee&iy  of the Boundary.  Published iu the Heait of the Ciieatcst Gold  Copper belt of British Coluu bia.  Iri 1901  the eiitim IJoundaiy shipped 390,000 tt;iis ol 011  ncirlj eveiy ton of which was icduied by  BOUNDARY SMELTERS.  TIkk,ii\ (ruiip .done shipped 2^5,000 kii.s ol oie  ISt JL'lll.  Ihe Pionoei is published eveiy S.i-��.d.i\ .n.d  mid is sou u.iinj p.utot Canada 01 the fii-ted  siatos I01  $2.00 "  |ei )ft ���en i\w icst of the w01 Id lo,  f.^0   pei  >eai      It ��i\e   lliu  atest and Most  Reliable News  of Uou.uiaiy .Minrs and Smeltei!,,  and independent, and aims to be  DOWN TO DATE.  Youi snhsuipiion can begin at any time  It is fe.uless  PIONE^UBUSHING CO.  PHOENJX^ B. C.  TV  >    V  ���   I  >  ,1  "i  ' 1;  i.l  5*j  i:I  I--  t  *u"^  W TTO'mpENIX PIONEER  *_����������.,.  strongest in me wotm^  ;:vvVssKa^;#j30,s(58>o63J49.'  .   ' "M^^^IMaHaHBaaaiH^HiHHM^HHHMIHH  ��� ��� ,. ���   ��� i ������   ���    ���  H.: Surplus $70,137,170.01  H. ALLENBERG; Manager,  :. 605-606607 Empire State Building  ;  SPOKANE, WASH.  L. W. MAJOR, Asst. Manager> Rossland, 3. C  FASHION  UVtRV..  STABICS  Knob Hill Avenlie  FRASER & LANDON,  Tnuii'iioiiE No.-io. ���'���'���������      ���'���  " PROPRIETORS  .1  , ���:' .-.-.�����    .    ��� .:  ���        ���  p  &  '"PHOENIX-  MARKET.  HKAD OKKiCE fOK BOUNOAK V CRE��K,.CREKNWOOD, it. C;  ;   /  i   WEAliQUARrERS,NKLSON,li, C. '  v;.yfiiitelerfl^  �����  \farkets at Nelson,' Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City, \  SilvertOn, New Denver, Ymir, Salmo, Rossland, Trail, Cascade, J  (irand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Niagara and Phoenix. ���  FIvSH,;OYST-ERS'AND POULTRY IN SEASON. |  All orders receive prompt attention. ���  NEW ORE TREATING PROCESS.  Claimed Ibal RSO Cod lie Saved -Prom Flie  Dollar Ore.  A new ore treating proceis has just  been perfected by John  Stovekin, of  Florence, Colo.; which !e says will revolutionize the -milling of thiee-fouiths  of the Cripple Creek ores; It is a.1 agitation process, and roasting, concentia  tion and amalgamation are foreign  to  the new patent.    Mr.  Stovekin  has  been working on  the invention ; i��u-  several years, but only Recently  conceived the, features that he says made'  the system practicable.  By the Stovekin system, it is claimed, ore carrying $5  in,,gold  can  be  treated at a profit, and of this amount  $4.50 can be saved.    The 50 cent  loss is not in the agitation but  in tin  mud or tailings,    Higher grade oie  can.be treated at a greater profit than  $5 ore,'-The system is peculiailyadnpi  ed to iron ore;  in fuel, some  iron  is  necessary beforethe treatment 'ran save  the values.   It differs from other cyanide systems in that the oie is ground  to a v.ry fine pulp by a ctusher and ii  f then passes into the different  barrels  Mr. Stovekin claims that the saving in  the treatment charges is due to tbcnb  sence of the roasting process and  the  saving in coal lessens the cost of treatment.    Under ordinary conditions, a  ton of $5 ore can be treated, he says,  for $��.���'..  Mr. Stovekin is patenting some  ground on the Middle Beaver, on the  Short Line Railway, where there is a  300-horse-power stream. It is his intention to build a mill there and instal  the agitating process.   ,  Caws by an  Old Jackdaw  ' Pond < f the ��j��-ciiliitlv height  Tliillier I .wine; my airy ll!Klit,'  A no tlii-ijcv won f\y h -,. s  The Ijuallc nntl tlic r.iu; .Hnw  Which mjltnle niHiikiinl |)t|ow  Secure and hi liis ease.  The Old Jickdnw hereiviih, tenders  > J free hand to give away the whole or    _ "A.Mui:K,,:i'lug Smoking 'Tobacco is  1 the best part of the lands of the pro- w.,nr|i"g '" its merits;'  Have yon tri:<l  vince without any restraint, and at the  j same time be benefited, in one session;  j according to die statement of Smith  Curtis, (which according to the Nelson  News and Rossland Miner, has never  been investigated or contradicted^ to  it?  Save ���lho,tog|.^,.they ore valuable.  its lion- and (hunks to.the edi.o, of the "'* extc,lt of S'5��.o?�� on the railway  Nelson Daily News, fdr t!:e hdVirniaiion < ,e*ls,all��". wl'ich was a'tempted during  that the amendment  of Sum], Curtis j tI,-C- present sessi��";   and  ,hat" these  .../Remember you can get anything.hi  the market at the Dominion. -;;���  to the Municipal  Act,  the  same men should reject a measure that  '"..us of voting, at munieiiuS^^ t,,e  ,OCal -"***���  Tom 9 in the morning to 7,30  in, th J SenUU've ��" the^me fooling as them-  evening, was "lo enable,men employed  up. to 6 p. nn to vote without losing  part of a, day's work." It is an, immense relief to find that this is the  cause, us the O.  J. was afraid  the  selves.  It is the more strange when we take  into consideration the fact, that while  these same gentleman are elected  without   any 'qualification   whatever,  K'aui.von hot si*jir.\<;s jsaxitaiuiim:  The     mc��t    comiilete U -C; A   I,  T U ���'.  011 tlis continent of North.'*,   ~ ** ����� .��'���"������'  Anii-ricii; ���     Situated .hiid��t>D':'p. C  fl  R T  KCeiicryimrlvalleil Itirgrnu- '.'   fcVjUII   I  deur.   Bunting, l'lslling mid KicnrsioiiH.    Rc��|.  dent Miwileiau niul Nun*. ��� .Teletroplilt: com.  iiiuiiiuatloti with all parU of Uie world;   two  malls arrive, and deport every day.    lt�� bathi '���  cure all nervous and muscular diseases;  its w��t-  era heal nil Kidney; liver mid Stomach Allmculr  rtriim:   J15 to |ilj per/ week, according to re��v,>  deuce in hotel or Halcyon Hot. Spring*,   Arr,  ... ..;.,-. :ti'.  <'.r. \p;$%:'..  %*mm  Leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office      /  \**jt      PHOE-NIX, Bf!G.  change luid  been   made, to make it either of property or  brain, and  aie  convenient for the children to vote-���-  who'.'were recently almost giantcd the  iiancliise���after school was out.  - ���*��� . ' '  The action of the'British' Coluinbia  'egisliiture passing freak legislation one  able to'mortgage'the whole of the pro  vince, after what has been given away,  that the alderman must possess property  to the extent of about a| thousand dollars, and yet be compelled to submit to  the lefeicndum of the people for every  day and cancelling it the following,' siiui o| money spent and elso limited  reminds the O.J. of the lines iinprov-: to 11 per ceniagc at that. Verily, it is  ised by Sir. William Vernon Marconi t, j true that"Coiisistency, thou art a jewel **  on the occasion of the great   Home'  BetmnrPhoenix and Oreenwood.  Leave Phoenix 8.30 and 1.   Leave Greenwood 10 and 4.  DAILY  _*_*'_* A, S. 4 PAW, Proprietor.  THEMILWAUKEE  A faiiiilinr iianie for the Chicajt",'Mil',  wnukee & St. Paul Railway, known nil  over the Union as the Great Railway  riinnine the,. "Pioneer Limited" train's  uvery day anil  nifflit between St..Paul  , and 'Chicago, and Omnlia and Cliit'ai;",  "The only perfect trains in the worll."  Uiiderstttnil;     ConiH'ctioiiN   are  made  with All Transcontinental Lines, assuring to paasoiigers the best service known.  Luxurious coaches, electric lights, steain  heat, of a verity equaled by no other  line.   ... ...   ..;...--'     -  See that your ticket reads via "The  Milwaukee" when going tu any point in.  the United States or Canada. All ticket  agents sell them. ' ''. ' J  For rates, pamphlets or other iiifor-1  ination, address,  R. L. Ford, C.'J.'Eddy, .'���";''.-  Trav.Pau.Agt.,:'. General Agent,   '  SI'OKANE, WN. PORTLAND, OK  Rule debate, in the Ihitish House of  Commons,, which applies, with the  same force to the animals in the circus  at Victoria, who are out of politeness  alone, called legislators. The lines  are as follows:  "liver In the wrong,. .  Kverytlilnguy ntnrtx, lint notliing long,  And in the course,orone revolving moon,  Aie green mid orange,Btiitcsmeii atidliuftoon,"  Another matter difficult to under-  stahd; .is are almost all the acts of the  legislature, for that matter, is the motive of that august assembly,'in defeating another amendment of Smith  Curtis',in the matter of easier property  qualifications (or the positions of mayor*  and aldermen, in municipal elections.  It is snid that some of the young  men of the town of Phoenix are so  bashful, when in pursuit of the fair  ond gentler sex, that they arc unable  to make progress, owing to the fact  that they are ignorant of the right and  ��� proper terms to apply to,the object of  their adoration. For the benefit of  such, the following conversation is recorded, as a sample, to those, so unfortunately situated.   "'  ' i    ���'.'������'������/.. vm  'I'he conversation occurred between  a pretty school marm, who recently  arrived from the east, and. assumed  charge of the western rural school district, who was visited, -shortiy after In r  Phoenix Bakery,  Phoenix Street.    'J'lioiir jji'  We niake good bread,     Try it,  :     ... .C\' \V.' GRKIVK,   f'KOPKIKTOR,  Oregon ^jfc^^iljig  IJiiion Paci��c;^  ';-v.' ONLy:;LINE,;EAS/r-VIA--/^  jSa.it Lake and/Denver.  Two Trains Daii.y.   :   ,/  Steiiiiiship tickete to JJurope arid other  foreign coin: tries. /..'������    ; ���.  r.euves  Onily  '���'SliGkutie'TlBYc���'Sciietliile.  -iS35_ii_T ABr" '���'l001  Arrives  Dally  i Engineers, Firemen, Machinists and  Electricians send lor 4o:page pamphlet .containing Questions asked by  Examining hoard of Engineers to  obtain Engineers license. Address  Geo. A. Zeller, Publisher, iS S. 4th  Street, St. Louis, Mo.,, U.S.A.     29  Figures  Talk  arrival, by a rancher. The young lady  1 It may, of course,' be the light .thing j observed; "You men are so rough out  1 to protect the'properly interests of the j here, when you make love,  community, but it is extremely difficult j likes to be called soft 'names  to see why a legislature, like the one; vindicate'.he rough but true .,_...l>.u  in British Columbia can every .man I western, rancher, the swain replied:  jack of them, be elected as reprcseiita-1 "My dear Sarsaparilla, I loveyou.My  lives of the people, without the least 1 own lemon squash, won't you be my  prepeity qualification, (or of any other s veet little ginger ale ?"  kind, in the most cases), and  given  a I 'I'he Old Jackdaw.  7.450.111. FAST MAir.--T11 anil from       Coeurd'Alciiejdfiitrict, l'unn-        "'������:.������;.  iiiglon. Ga'rfielit.i olfnx, Pull. :  \  limn,   fMowcoiv,   ���I'Onieroy, ,���:  '"���   ''WfllUb'uiK, Unytuii, Wall ��  WollH.l'ciullctuu, linker City   .' ;  ,, anil nil iiolhtHlJiiHt���.���.,........��� *,isp. m.  3U5 p. m. KXPK1JSH���I'or I'nriiiiiiston  On; lii-id, Colfnx, I'nllniiiii,  ������ ^loscoiv,t,ewiHtoii,Porllniid  ���,'-������:':.      han. I'iiijicIm'o, I'nkei  I'ily    ��� ,r  mid all (Miliits hMST.  .KXI'KKSH ���I'lom ill! polntr  Kn��t, linker City. Snn Frnn-J   ���  f, , Cisco, Portland, Colfax, lar-  ' field and l'nrin'iugtuiC g.joa.ra.  ���Kxcept Siinduy.  ������' SHOUT LljN.E TO CALIFORNIA.  Snn Finiiuittco-Portliuiti Houte. ���.;.'������"'  Slcnrucm mill from AinmvortH dock, Portland,  at 8 p. til, mid from Spear Street wharf, Son Fran-  cinco, at jo a. in, every five clays.        '.,."���*: ,  TlckvtH oil>n1eat iill S, F.&.N. Station!.  For further..'.information an to rntea, time of.  Irnlns, c(|iii|]iiR'iit, ctcmldrc-rts : ; ,  GKO'.'j! MOIICKR, Ocncral Agent,    :'���  430 Riverside Ave., S|Kikane, Wash  of every descrlp ,  tlon suitable for blrtliay presehla can he.  obtained nt -  S   W. .ZIMHERJ^N'S /''I  ��� ��� ���     , "'���'���" ',.��� :���'���  ��� ������������������ o ���.������������ a.a ������������������'���������*��� ���  love.   A girl   r .  true  hearted   LAvUI Mill  The fifth annual meeting of the  sh.neholdcis of the Ci.nv", N'esi I'ass  Coal Company was held in Toionto  011 March 7 th.  The net profit of the yeai aflei paying  all   operation   expense   and    all  ��� chaige of every kind amounted to ��207,-.  848.30.    After paying a dividend at  the rate of ten per cent, per annum, a  balance  of ��28,142.89   was    cairied  forward to the credit of profit and loss.  This   company's   assets   aie  their  coal mines and the Townsite of Kernie.  hour years ago this Company had no  transportation facilities, and their stock  sold as low as eleven cents per share.  Today their stock is selling at $90.00.  '   -The Similkameen Valley Coal Company, Lnnited, assets are, coal mines,  timber, water power,  agricultural  and  horticultuial land,   city   water  works,  electric, light plant and the townsite of  Ashnola, suriounded by the following  resources: gold,   copper, silver,  lead,  ir'iii, lime, lire clay,   platinum and a,  fine stock raising country and it'is the  smelting  centre  of   the  Similkameen  Valley, .with a climate all that could be  asked.     Today you can secure an option on this Company's stock by pay-  ing ten cents per share down and ten  cents per month until fully paid,  with  non-forfeiture clause.     This price  is  subject to a twenty-five per cent advance  Without notice, or as soon as transportation it assured.      The present price  is, $i,.io per share.     Do not wait until it is too late, but get in on the ground  floor and make a handsome profit.    A  purchaser   of   100   shares  now,   may  gain -a--profit of $8990^00.      Crow's  Nest  shares  are  an example.      This  would be a fair  profit on  an   invest-  mant of ��10.00 per month   for eleven  months.   We invite the fullest inspection of the company's affairs by intending purchasers.  For further information apply to  Similkameen Valley Coal Company, Limited.  Nelson, B. C.  EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK 43d  ANNUAL STATEMENT.  Made to Shareholders at the Annual Meeting Held at Sher-  brooke, Quebecj Wednesday, June 4th.  Profit and Loss AccQuut  The statement of profit and loss account for the year ending May 15th, 1902,  shows:  Balance at credit of profit and loss brought forward  from  May'15, 1001... ;":'.....'   Profit head office and branches after deducting charges of  management,  interest due  depositors,   and provision  for bad and doubtful debts. ........    Premium paid on new issue or capital stock   May 26, 30, June 29,  July 2,3, 4.  -FROM-  NELSON, &  FORT  SHEPPARD  The only all-rail route between all points eaat,  west, and Koulh to Rossland, Nelson and all intermediate points; connecting at Spokane -with  the Great Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R. ft  ���W.Co.'���'.;...'-���������'������: ',--'";-'���;'���-���;"-.���'": ���  '������ --.;:���'-..''.;- ;':-;;.';.-  Connects at''Nel'pon. with steamer for Kaslo and  all Kootenay Lake points. ������: '.''':.''���."���  Coimecls at Meyer's Falls with stage dally lor  Republic, and connects at Bossburj; with stage  daily lor Grand forks nud Greenwood. "  Iluflet Sleeper run ou passenger trains between Spokane and Northport.'   ' '���  Hl'FKCTrVH SUNDAY, HAY 5, 1901.  .   r.eave.- ''' r:'      Daily Train ' Arrive,;  9:30 a.m.... ���.Spokane... ........7:15 p. m  ^2:25 a. tu............ Rossland..... ,....'.....4:10 p. m  9:40 ai 111.;..'.............Nelson... ..........6 45 p.: m.  :"/..'-:''/.r'', ;'.''��� -    H.A.JACKSON, .'.''"  , '   -. '      .''General Passenger Agent. - .  ^EASTERN  * 41,063.37  ROSSI AND, TRAIL,  MLS01N  and Intermediate Points.  ���'"���������'������* APPKOPRIATIOXS AS   FOLLOWS!  On account of rebate on bills discounted iiiimalured   Dividend of 8)2 per cent, paid 2nd January, 1002   Dividend of 3}�� per cent, payable 2nd July, 1902..  ..   Bon us of 1 per cent,  to shareholders,  payable 2nd July,  1902. .1 ...'...-.'.....  Transferred to Reserve Fund;.....  :.   Balance carried fonvard.   234,361.(58  89,968.00  $365,393 55  To Minneapolis.,  Chicago.....  Detroit ......  Toronto ......  Montreal....  .$44-5��  '64.50  .   77.00  .   89.30  100.50  $35,000.00  01,039.26  65,796.20  18,117.80  150,000.00  $329,953.26    $35 440.29  t WM. FAR\VP:LL, General Manager.  General Statement^ May 15, 1903.  'LIABILITIES,  To the shareholders  Capital paid up. ,;   Reserve fund- ,.',��� ��������� $1,200,000.00  Corresponding reduction from all  Kootenay points. Usual diverse routes.  Meals and berth included on ��� Canadian Pacific Ry. Lake Steamers.;  $1,955,226.00  For Time-tables  rates  and   full iurormatlou  call on or address nearest local agent, or  O. W. Dey, E.J.Coyle,.  Agent, A.G.P.Agt.  Phoenix, B. C.    Vancouver, B.C  J. S. Carter, D. P. A.,  Nelson, B.C. !  TovVnships BanK  -    established 1859. ;  CAPITAL "������'���"��� ���"/���-, .���'���'- '���"- $2,000,600  CAPITAL, PAID UP - $1,742,535  RESERVE FUND   -, -   :$r,o50,ooo  BOARD OF DIRKCTORS:  R. W. Henbkek, President.  Hon. M. Ii; CociiBANB, Vice-Pres.  Israel Wood, J. S. Mitchell, G. Stevens, J.N.  Oaler,   N. W.   Thomas, C. H.   Kathan, H. B..  Ilrowu, K. C.    ���;   -'.:,',      .  HEAD OKFICB. SHKRBROOKK, P. Q.  W'jr.   Karwbi l,   Gen'l  Mgr.,  Jas. Mackinnou,   Assistant Gen'l Mgr.  S. Kooei.i..   Local Mgr.  S. P. Morev, Inspector of Branches.  BRANCHES.  In Province of Quebec���  Montreal, B. Austin, Manager.  Waterloo W. I. Briggs, Manager.  Rock Island, S: Stevens, Manager.  Cowansville, H. P. Williams. Mgr.  Coalicook, K. N. Robinson, Manager.  Richmond, W. I.. Bull, Mgr. '  Granby, W. H. Robinson, Mgr.  Bedfori, K. W. Morgan, Mgr.  Hum ugdoii. A. \V. Watson, Mgr.  Mflgcc;, K- P.1 Olivier, Mgr.  St. Hyacinthe, J.  Laframboise, Mgr.  Ontistowu, W. H. llargrave, Mgr.  lu Province of British Columbia���  Grand Forks, Wm. Spier, Mgr  Phoenix, N. Slack, Acting Mgr.  Agents    In ;  Canada,   Bank  of. Montreal   and  Branches. .  "     Loudon, Kug., National Batik of Scotland.  '���     Boston, National Hxchauge Bank.  *'     Nevy York, National Park Bank.  Collection.     made at   ail   accessible    points.  Drafts issued for any required, amounts, good at  all poiiiLt in Canada,   U. S. and Europe.    Exchange bought and sold.  Savings   Bra.ncu    Department    at    Each  Okkick.  Interest allowed from date of deposit and compounded auuually without requiring attention ol  depositor.  Office Hours: 10-3: Saturday from 10 to 1.  Balance profits carried fonvard   Dividend No. 85 of 3,'^ per rent, payable 2nd Ju'.y next  Bonus to shareholders of 1 percent payable 2nd July "  Dividends unclaimed    Reserved on account of rebate on hills discounted unmatured..        35.440.29  65,796.20  18,117.80  2,077.43  35,000.00  1,357,031.72  To the public:  Notes of the Bank in circulation   Deposits payable on demand   Deposits payable after notice   Due banks in Canada   Due banks in foreign lountries   $3,312,256.72  ...$1,358,734.00  ...  1,257,259.83  ... 5,572,954.07  7-944.32  1,908.49  CF to our Subscribers.  BOTH NEW AND OLD.  8,198,800 71  ASSETS  Specie  ,.   Dominion notes   Bills and cheques on other ban ks   Due from other tanks in Canada   Due from other banks not in Canada.   Due from banks in the United Kingdom   Dominion and Provincial Government securities...  Canadian municipal debentures   $11,511,057.43  ���tl32.870.98  140,615.00  108,434.01  895,023.80  471,248.96  5,315.85  180,073.42  262,090.00  $2,391,998 16  TO.I.MI..,  Railway and other bonds and stocks      125,262 67  Call loans on bonds and stocks.      571,062.87  Total assets immediately available   Deposits with   Dominion government for security of  bank circulation....'.- , '...     $ 72.047.50  Current loans, discounts, and advances to public  8,6a2,4S0.28  Real estate, other than bank premises        99,212 08  Debts secured by mortgages.       61,428 14  Txuins overdue all loss provided for ;        66,547.50  Bank premises and furniture, including safes and vaults    204,489.71  Other assets and items in transitu ���        33,054.00  ��� $9,119,059.27  $11,511,057.43  WM. FARWELL, General Manager.  Election of Officers  As a result of the ballot, the following directors were elected: Hon. H. M.  Cochrane, J. N. Galer, Israel Wood, W. Thomas. Gardner Stevens, C. H. Kathan,  H, B. Brown, K. C, James S. Mitchell and William Farwell. At a meeting of  ihe.new board, the following officers were chosen: President, Wm. Farwell;  vice-president, M. H. Cochrane; general manager, James M,acK,ii>II0n>  Plioaaix Pioneer and Toronto   A  Globe (daily) both  for One  year   :   Wi  Pho9nix Pioneer and Toronto  G-lobe, (weekly) both for One      .   ���-,  year      �����_*  Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Daily Herald, both for One  ���\Tpor*   f Incl mlin ?����� Handsome Portrait A _B_f6  y CGtl    v^of King I-;dward, 17x22 inches./-   Phoenix Pioneer and New York _ _  World, Thrice-a week, both V k|  for one year      �������/  Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Family Herald and Weekly Star,  both one year    Subscriptions received to all Magazines and Puriodi-  caia at publishers lowest rates.  1  Send all subscriptions to this office  NIX  PIO  PHOENIX, B. C.  1 '  .    I ". H '.'.   "  ,-���:.'.-.$t!>���  '���'������> <wm  ���.. ^m  ��������� rw*s>  ..���'V3p  '���;:-;||  ���������'���"������'. S'%:  X:i��k  '.'���-|i  *  > 1  m  &*im'Tr'* i'W  WCf  'WSJp'^i.-T  r^W C  SS_SBG_��P:  SS(5  r  lH-flp*  $<������&,. *h.��.''3& 1 itf&v  * Jr. AS  "?r^#-^       t  ���If&i"!* a  Is*?*.',   ���  !!!h*SWftS35  ttm mom&ticmm  I  Good Bar in  Connection.  Large Sample Rooms.  Electric ��*��.*  jtjtjt Bells  and Lighted |  The Dominion House  GILLIS & FORREST, Proprietors.  THE ONLY FIRST-CLASS  HOTEL IN  Centrally Located  Old Ironsida Avenue  PHOENIX  ��  Bellevue Hotel  =-- Marshai.i. & Shea, Pkops.  In Connection with Aetna Lodging House.  Knob Hill Avenue,  Phoenix, H. C.  BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS. LIVERY STABLE IN CONNECTION  Best Obtainable Brands of  Wines, Liquors and  Cigars.  'Phone 29  Dining Room   First-class in  Every Particular.  ��  ^tn  Church Services  Tomorrow.  J  h BRIEF NEWS NOTES  .1..  HATTERS OF GENERA L INTEREST  TO   PHOENICIANS.  RF.PkL'iKNTs Large Intkrests���  Last Sunday, A. Vogelstein, a member  of prominent metal buying firm on  Wall St, N. Y. city, was a visitor in  I'hoenix, it being his fust trip to this  camp. He expressed the opinion that  I'hoenix looked good to him.  *  when Mr. Reid will officiate, assisted  by Rev. tiieen of the Methodist church,  the latter's congregation joining in the  morninp service with the Congregation-  alists.  ALL PATIENTS DOINfl WELL.  Afi-ek Big Monkv���Two I'hoenix  hoises will compete in the races at  Giand Folks on July 1st and ad. One  of these is Harry" McQuaid's well-  known "Square Face," which is said  to come of the beit running stock, and  can show a clean pair of heels.. The  other is Mc Arthur & Monk's "Dandy"  also known as a flyer under 'certain  conditions.  Rev. Green Arrived���Rev. Thos,  Green,"B. A., of Toronto, the new pastor of the Phoenix Methodist church,  arrived on Wednesday's train. Mi.  Green is a young man, whose home was  formerly in Toronto, this being his  first tiip to the west. He is very  favorably impressed with I'hoenix.  He will hold his first services tomorrow  evening at Hardy-McKenzie hall.  Secukmj Verdict ok $17 5���Before  Judge Le.imey, in the county court at  Greenwood, Tuesday, R. H. Hutchens,  late foreman at theMothet Lode mine,  sued the _, C. Copper Co. for $1,448.-  25, alleged to be due. The company  claimed that Hutchens tried lo dissuade the men fiom bidding ou contract work, and for this reason dis?  charged him. liuti.hens was awarded  $175 by the jury, the amount of one  month's wages, and the company will  probablyappeal.  Back From Thunder���Tommy  Hogan, who started for Tonopah, Nevada, some months ago, returned last  Satuiday. While away he visited that  much advertised camp, and also the  Thunder Mountain district. Of the  latter he hag any but a favorable opinion, but he thinks Tonopah will be one  of the greatest camps in America some  day. ' He staked several claims in that  section.  Took in $89���The coronation social, held Thursday evening at Emmanuel Congregational church, drew a full  house. A programme was rendered,'  and Miss Annie Pierce, who received  268 votes as the most popular young  lady in Phoenix, received a finely bound  volume. The ladies of the. church  served refreshments, and a pleasant  evening was enjoyed by the large hum-  'ber present.  Died From His Injuries���B. H.  Beach, the carpenter employed at the  Mother Lode mine, who was fatally  injuied by having some oie dumped  on him while he was in the bins last  week, never recovered consciousness,  and died ,tt the Greenwood hospital  late last week. The funeial was held  Sunday morning undei the auspices ot  the,Carpenteis' Union, Rev. J. I). P.  Knox officiating. The coionei's jui)  exonerated all but Beach himself, who  had failed to give warning that he was  in the bins. He owned considerable  property in Greenwood,'  Phoenix General Hospital a Much Appreciated  Institution.  All of the |>aiieiits at the hospital  are progressing favorably, as well as  those under the phjsicians' caie who  aie at their homes.  J. K. Fraser, who was taken down  with typhoid pneumonia, is steadily  getting stronger, and yesterday sal up  for the fust time. '  John .Lewis, the young man who  sustained a bad fractuieof his leg last  nejk, is progressing favorably.  J. McClusky, who entirely lost his  sight by a mine explosion, is now able  to walk mound the hospital.  John Lewis had his jaw  fractured  by a pjece of lock   falling   thiough a!  chute Tuesday, and was taken  to the  hospital.      He is now getting along as  well as could be expected.  Outwde of the bpspjtal, Ijttle Edwin  Swanson, who. has been down with  scarlet lever for two weeks, is jrnprovr  ing right along, much to the sau'slac?  tion of his parents.  Tluee cliildien of J. H. Tievonow,  foreman of the Snouslioe mine, are  kown with scarlet fever, and have it  pietty badly, but are getting the best  of care. The house isj'of course, quarantined, I  Leo McMullen, who had one of the  bones of his  leg broken a few  days I  ago, is recuperating in good shape.  Church of England���St John's  Mission; services tomorrow, morning  and eve'ning as usual.  St. A'ndrews' sPresbyterian Church,  Seivice tomorrow at 11 a. in. and  7:30 p. m. Sunday school and Bible  class at 3 p. in.  Congregational���Preaching services  tomorrow at 11 a. m. and 8:00 p. iu.  Rev. Geo. Broadley, pastor.  Methodist���Service tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock at Hardy-McKenzie  hail.   SPECIAL NOTICE.  For Rent���3 Roomed house $10.  House in N. Y. Townsite and lower town. -  Lodging house.  Rooms in all parts of town.  For Sale���Double dwelling house.  Two detached houses on N. Y.  townsite.  We have good bargains in lots in all  parts of town.  Money 10 loan on improved realty.  'McArtuuk & Monk,  Agents.  Good Team ol Hone* for Sale'  Fiist class team of work hoises for  sale. Good for driving. Kadi will  weigh about 1,200 pounds. Are in  good condition. Owner wishes lo sell  as he has no furthei use for them, In-  quiie at -Pioneer office. 33-34  THE PEOPLES  CASH STORE  dominion avkm'H, piiokmx, b.c.  Groceries  Produce  Chicken Ranch (or.Sale.  For sale, the McKay chicken ranch,  located close to town, well equipped  and all ready for business. Apply at  the ranch or to G. W. ; Rumbergei,  Phoenix. 31-  Applicallon for Transfer of Hotel License.  Notice fo hereby given Hint we shall apply to  the Hoard of r.lcense Coniniiisionem of the City  of I'hoenix, at its next Meetlng.-for the. transfer  of the hotel license held by us for the Kuob Hill  hotel, situated ou lots 19 and "20, block 11, Old  Irons'des subdivision, city of Phoenix, to Ed>fard  Munsou., . W. J. MorrUon.  James Anderson,  Dated June 15,1901.    ' Licensees.  BUSINESS   FOR   A Clean. Fresh and Select  Stock of Eatables at Lowest  Cost. Read your profits in  the Prices.  IIurily-McKemir' lilocL. 'Miotic 61.  j JUST ARRIVED  $1000  Worth of  j  Sl  Consisting of  The Latest London and  New York Novelties. A  First-Class Fit Guaranteed or no sale. An inspection invited.   :::::::::::  SALE  For paticulars inquire of  J.S.McCAGUE,  *    ^_. phoenix, B. C  Wjc CO. j  Painters���Decorators \  Indoor   and   Outdoor' Work \  Promptly Done with pure lead \  ���     and oil. - Paper Hanging and 1  S    Kalcimining.               ' ?  |j      Leave Your Orders at Bellevue  Hotel. S  Jj     PHOENIX, B. C. I  m, '&->$* z$i eft zfrzjsTjTT^r zjvt^s- jjs-jjj ^  R. HORRELL,  "Bob, the Tailor"  Knob Hill Avenue.  FOR RENT  Doable Dwelling Huuve, each iie  per month. T ��  Three roomed house, $15,  Houses in N. Y. Townsite  .Lower town to rent.  Lodging Houhc. �������  and  FOR SALE  DouUedwcllinK ImiiH'.  Also H"iu line  u-iii   mrning pron.  erlv.  We have pome (imxl liargaing ,���  lota in all parts ol town.  FIRE, LIFE and  accident'  INSURANCE jj  I MCARTHIfR & MONK,  * AGENTS  P. O. Box, 33.  V.&N. 'Phone, jj  ��� ���%-%-*wwwwv%. v-v  Death Was Firsi��� Bob Fraser  started for Oregon late Monday night,  being called by word that his sister  was near death's door. He drove to  Nelson, Wash., and caught the Jim  Hill train to Spokane. After he had  gone a telegram ai rived stating that  his sister' had died, but Mr. Fraser  could no 1 be caught on the way, and  the funeial was probably field-Ue/ore  he arrived at his destination.  MARieriA La Dell���Thursday evening, July 8th, Miss Marietta LnDell,  elocutionist of a high order,  will  give  an   entertainment at  Miners' Union  Hall.    She will be assisted  by  Miss.  Fiannagan, who is described as "Can*  ada's greatest soprano."    Those who  heard Miss  i���Dell  three years ago,  when she made a tour of the boundary,  tvil! lie only too glad to be present on  this occasion, as it piomises to lie a  treat. ��� ,,  Shift Boss Resigns���Demi) Rior-  dan, the genial shift boss at the Old  Ironsides mine, has resigned, and  yesterday left for his old home in  Montana, where he owns a fine ranch.  He has held responsible positions in  many mines in the west, coming here  from Rossland, where he was engaged  by Supt. Williams. He was populai  with the men in Phoenix, and his  many fiiends in and out of the minei  will wish him all success in his new field,  A gold locket and chain was-presented  to Mr. Riordan Thursday by the men  who had worked undei him, as a testimonial of esteem, the presentation  speech being made by Henry Hcid-  mann. ,  City and District Notes  Great Time at Gkand Forks���  Eveiything points -to tliere being a  great time at Grand Forks next week  on the occasion of the Dominion Day  celebration, I'he lace meet at that  time ��i)l bring together the best string  of horses on northwest circuits, and  the attendance will be large from every  part of the Boundary and across the  Jine, Every horse aud rig in Phoenix  has been engaged for the day, and the  special train will have all it can carry.  Exchanging Pulphs���Rev D. H  Reid arrived from Nelbon Thursday to  exchange pulpits with Rev. Broadley,  of the Congregational church. Mr.  Broadley went over to Nelson yesterday. Tomorrow 'he sacrament of the  JLord's supper will be observed in the  jmorrjinjj lit the Congregational cryjrch,] Grand Forks Sun,  Dr. Mathison, dentist.  James McGregor, government inspector of mines for this riisuict, was  in camp Wednesday.  Last-Sunday the Greenwood base  bail boys w01 .sled a team fiom Midway on the Gieenwood giounds.  President Minei, of the Granby Co.,  is not expected to reach the Boundaiy  till about July ioth, on his annual trip  of inspection,  Wm Yolen Williams, .superintends  ent of the Gianby mines, who is on a  visit to the Tre.idwell mine, Alaska, is  expected to return about July 10.  Work has been.started on the new  compressor spur for the Granby mii.es,  nud theC. P. R. woikmen are also  ballasting the ''high line" to the Knob  Hill mine and ltu�� new loop at Hartford Junction.  A. A. Millet, of Seattle, representing  the Westinghouse Electiic Co , of I'itis-  hurg, who have the contiact for the  two 700 h. p. motors recently oidered  by the Gianby Co., to diive the electric compressor, was in the city Tuesday.  Miss Gammon," from Chilliwack,  has arijyed and will assume the posi  tion of oppetatoi in the local telephone  exchange on July 1st. Miss Grant,  who has been the accommodating incumbent for ovei two years, will go to  Armstrong on a visit.  The Nelson Daily News is now one  of the piettiest papers in the province,  and is one of the newsiest, also. It  has lately moved into the defunct  1'iibunc's old quarters, and uses the  linotype machines, which accounts foi  the great improvement.  The accommodation tiain on the  V. V..& E will hereafter "arrive and  leaye opposite the city as follows: Ar-  live from Spokane and all southern  points, at 3.30 p. rn.; leave for Spokane, at 5.30 p. m. Stops will be  made at this point for  passengers.���  ***t f>+ *���������������������  "*���*���������������������������������������  i GRANBY EXCHANGE  j Buys ANYTHING. Sells EVERYTHING  HARNESS  * HOP  On the Hridge Oppo  sf Ie McMillan Block  "1  i  ������***��*���������������������� >*��**#�����**�����*����*�����*�������������������������������������� yyyy��f����***��*��y��***t��ffffyfff��f����yyy^*'������ff��*����  $4,500 in Prizes  Official Programme  "Amber" Plug Smoking Tobacco is  winning on its meiits. Have you tried  it?    Save the lags;'lhey ire valuable.  KODAKING DAYS  Are you Thinking about buying a Kodak ? If so you will  no doubt want to know just  where to buy them."  \\ Well to make a long story  (k     short, we keep them  in all sizes and cost.    From  one costing $t to those  for  the advanced student, costing  \i from $8, ��10 and upwards.  Wp keep thfr srel|-k||owu Jtostpian  Kodnka anil parry a complete ljucof  I'HOTOGKAr-mC SUPPI.IKS. Call  and nee (br yourJelf.  flcRae Dros. 2 Snitli  KNOB HILL AVI?., I'HOENIX, II. C,  Have You Used  McKenziVs  Compound  Extract of  Sarsaparilla  and Burdock  of Potassium  A.P. McKENZIE  DRUGGIST  Ilnrdy-McKcntlc Block,     I'hoenix, B. C.  ��������������������������������������� ��� ��� ���������������������+++^.��++++.^4.++.+++++4+ ��������������������� m  j|NP^)^I10TEL:  ftm  :ALMSIROM &  the place to  ant  the beat  77 ami (. igare.  BERG, Phqpriltok',.=  of  if you  Liquors  ,*.*.*     PQMIj^ION AVENUE, ]3JfgENIX, B. C.  y. ���������.��,,, ���������������^ttf��f����f(.��ff*f��ft#��,��ffffMttf1jtMff|)tfffftftf.f#fttt���##���t  July J, 2 and 3/J902,  Grand Forks, B* C.  Under the Auspices of the Grand Forks Driving Park and  Athletic Association.  SUNDAY, JONE 29.  Excursion of Rocky Mountain Ranger?  and Rifle Associations fiom Kaalo,  Kelson, Rossland and other points,  arriving in brand Forku Sunday evening.  MOP DAY, JUNE 30, 8.30 a. in.  Rifle Competition, under the auspices of  of the Kettle River Valley Rijle Association, as follmvB:  Nuisery Match, 200 yards���$25 in prizes  Grand Foika Corporation Match, 200,500  and i}00���$54 and cup worth $75.  Ludies Match, ��00���f2G.  Rocky Mountain Rangers Skirjnisliing  ISo'tch���HB and shield worth $f6.  DOMINION DAY.��� JULY r,  TUESDAV.  0.80 a. in.���Military manoeuvers including exhibition with Maxim Uuns at  rifle rahj;e.  11 a. m.���Military panide  tlnough  the  principal strc��ts of the eity.  J2 o'clock noon���Baseball Match on the  .Athletic grounds.  AFTERNOON.  Opening of the New $io,ooo Regulation Half Mile Track of the Grand  Forks Driving Park & Athletic Association.  Five piinutee walk from  the Business  Centre of the City  RACING PROGRAMME    ���  First Event Called at 2 p   in. Sharp.  No  1.   Runninz, Quarter  Mile  Dash,  ���Purse if 175.  No 2.   Three Minute Trot or Pace, Mile  heals, best two in thiee���Purse $250.  No. 3.   Running, Grand  Forks Derbv,  One Mile���Purse $400,  Exhibition by Or. M ,'tbe Gu'dlegs Pacing Wonder, who Will Endeavor fo Break His  Record of 2 25.  No. 4.   Running,   Gentleman's   Saddle  Open to horses which have never competed in any other class.  No. ��.   Running, % mile���Pnr3<s $250.  A Lacrqssp Match, Nelson. B. C. vs.  Grand Forks will be pluyed between  the railing events. -'    \  EVENING  General Illumination of the ell v.  WEDNESDAY, JULY 2.  9:30 a. in.���Firemen's Tournament, on  Bridge street."  Hub ami Hub Race, pistance l^Oyauls;  reels lo i-airy 250 feet of '.ose���Firsi  prize, $100; second prize, $50.  Wet Test, Distance 100yards lolivilnuit,  teams to lay 160 feet of Imse"��� First  prijso, ftOG; second prize, <50.  In both of above events three or rnore  team's to enter or no second monov  12 o'clock noon���Baseball match on the  Athletic grounds.  2 p. in.���Rack Thack.  No. 6.   Running, % mile���Purse $1.75.  No. 7.   Fret for all, Trot ot Pace, Mile  Heatt>, best two in th'ee���Puree $400.  No. 8.   Running, Ponies 14Jt hands or  under, one quarter mile���Purse $50.  Exhibition   bv  Dr.  M., the Guidelcss  Pacing Wonder.  No #.   Running, Half Mile Heats, best  two in tljree��� Purse $300. -  No. 10.   Runnjng, Three-Quarter Mile,  j One Good Investment  j Worth a Life Time of wo*_.  *  IS  An Investment in Phoenix Realty at the present time is  bound to bring a liandroire dividend at no distant date. No one with an understanding of  the possibilities of the Phoenix mines believes that present low real estate values will long  prevgij, \yith increased ore shipments prices are stiffening up. We still have some good  values in. Dominion Copper Gg.'s Acjdjfion and, ojjhe'f parts of the citv at most reasonable  figures,    Whether yo�� desire ft for an investment pr a ]iorne we cap fi}} ypur wants.  Address G. W. RUMBERGER,  Houses for Rent. Dominion Avenue, Phoenix, B. C.  ��� i*5  fH  ���  t  ��� ESS  ��� .*,  CZZ3 TUESDAY. JULY 1st 1901. E  Pnrso $250.  No. 11.   Cowboy's Race, 300 Vards, three  turns���Purse $50.  Evening���General Illumination of the  city.  THURSDAY, JULY 3.  12 o'clock noon-���AthleticGroundB--Cori-  clusion of.Base Ball Tournament.  2 p. m.���Race Truck  Consolation, Running, >�� mile, Purse  $160.  Consolation, Trot or Pace���Purse $100.  Both of above events are open only to  horses which have not won first or second money at this meeting. Post entries  T��  Hotse, quarter mile dash���Purse $75. J fice.   Conditions foj-horse races:  Entries in all events close with the secietarv Board of Trade rooms, June 30 at  0 p. m. Eiitianc-e fee five per tent of purse with 5 percentadditionel from money  winners. In all races four to enter and three to utart. -All purses divided 70, 20  and 10 per cent.   A horsw djstanpinjj the field entitled to.first money only.  The association reserves the right of changing tlieprder of any race if deemed advisable. _      ; ���' ���  Special  Excursion   Rates on All Railways  Comfort Make your purchases  Boots and Shoes, Shirts, Ties, Hats  and Caps, Underwear, Clothing,  Etp., at  L'i ���*���--*  Dominion Avenue, Phoenix, B. C.  [  ladies Fancy and Staple Dry Good  s  artmento on the Second Floor.

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