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The Phoenix Pioneer Mar 8, 1902

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Array L  (^t^^ttJlsht-t   4  Bounclary\ Mines Sent/ rf *v. 5  Out 380,00tf Toils of   v> ;  Ore in J90K #,,��*,., __   __     r  "���      H ' t     A1  t<\  ,f- '  **"  Devoted tothClntertsti of the Boundary Mining District.'  Phoenix is the Centre  and Leading Mining  Camp of Boundary.  m  ���.'SB  *m  ftl  /^  ���VouIIL- ..< , t'i  ,.if *��i&��lH.Stfi.*5.l'*.,virSx*!ipii5{7;i*fc5*^3?t?^  PHOENIX, BRITISH4 COLUMBIA'.- SATURDAY, MARCH 8,^02.'  No. 17.  . v."*".-*'' v�� >-���'/     ���>*% j*, ^ ��'?.��� V"s<   ^s"&f?<v*> r**i * *'*  Kt.1  ^  tf^sj  ���-   J*iS��  ?<��  Tnete  v.< J ���  ��' 1 '1 >. .t./.i'! 1,  , *.)~ ^> * t-    .-"��3�� , ^.y��       ��... cf.wi. wf a.    ;....#     .j*...  xx;  1    *^.,      *"<'     \>-'J&.%   ,��\>*.'# i,��&\/>.&��.'''&  TBEXEWSEiSON  0 '<<T7. 1 At it pi. 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"^.^    '  ;\ ���������S\lLSiZLiJLtst&aH .  4h,  TO ARRIVE I0NDAY%Y ��Xf RESS:  ���l��       �������� ��   i   * *      ^ ���* * ���>    *.v*ii*mcju. i'-riuBif��\��aS'\l��i**lp*��*t*'*' 1t*4F��Hrt**H't 1 'Hit iiWi��W">*-Mt>fo��h  KILLED AT*.-.-*  rKNOBHILL  i'ji *  Anthony J. loan Crushed By  Falling Rock.  ������ < > <    !~b.)'s _  ;.'  _. wyifttAT*W."��*^PsTCF'^����H*|if wit����� >i��JfJ***-^h,*  im    vwvh u*    *��^-i  FRESH SMOKED HAWBUT^"*^'���������  .-j{ FRESH SMOKED jEO^i^tb ^  FIRST FATAL AaiDENT SINCE  Hippeaed Uit Sater-tat M*ril��|���Faicral  Heia Under (Ik Avtpkes ol Ibe MlMre'  Unloa oo Sutasy Alleraooi.  4t���   ���    ' - - ��� ���    '  ��*.���*''  Y*J  J'i.-iiJi^i;  Macke^l7'.Htrrlhg':.  and Salmon ��� Bellies -  SELECT FISH !N CANS AN�� MffUS  ��� Salmon, Lpbsteo, Sar.diiies.^Kuipered \ lei ring A   *'/  .���" -"   *   ^'Kipjicriid Bloater9^MtfckertV���Ha"'J��^^l*m���^*l'���*'������-' -   *   Oysters, "Shrimps,  Clanf Chowder,"Kussiaii" T'."  -:������ c^!A,Hf��f|iM,Vi p.  ���--���M*|��.ISM*l-W-*l^MMi^>MI.I��SW-l.l��l|-SI����S>**-** '*"*  INf Wl-11Q (0.. W.  hNOBHILL  ,-��^   ^ ^   f; ^ ^L*. J  7T;-|"^qyr^ "?:;j Ttn ;  j  ^'�� -���" s  <***iv-^'jx  I *-*tw*l*Triiil *fa*M^���*(M'i^i/4����iU- ti*>A  MORRINiTHOMPSONMO.  " People who-huy1 a'doll'ars wortlr'of'GROCERIES'here had  ,i-'.V.i  ,b^ttei}:h^:,T^iBask^77-7^  H.tf'j-?f,i'ii*h^1f'-tl'H'fM'Tf^?:?ff  ���f:: ,*- ��������� 1  ��������-    ������;��*   ��� i'.Y y-it   �� t ;*-:~i'.ii.   , M��- -J^.i. .-?. .,*���   ; . :Xl  ���.  ,ry.,;.Y.,:Y.   ���-    ^   '!���-"'������' v--   �� '      ������ -  ��� ' '"' '>   ~:-   -     :;    '',,.���:  but we have a way of Stretching Dollars that ,is.appreciated|  by our customed;'This department is full ofthe best;'  ��� . "'. ���'���..';.���. . '    . ���>��� . ���'   ������ '...    ���   ���''.,'   '���; :.i'-. '  goods that hioueycaabuy a<Jd wp1 want people to know it;-  We can save.you,money on your Grocery Purchases,; be  ;  they great or small.   --r       >    -~v-t -; '  -  Anthony J. Rian, a miner who had  hceu employed in the Knob Hill mine  hut a lew shjlts, was crushed by tailing  lockiii the glory hole of the Knob  Mill liiilH*, last Saturday;morning, and  died at five o'clock the same afternoon  Irom the effects'of his injuries.  It appears that Ktan and his partner  on the tnachifie,! J.'Ai Meal lor, had  just set up their'machine on the lower  bench of the No. i _j>it(Qr,glory hole of  the Knob>; Hill-, mine^at,1 10:30 that  morning, when Meallorwem off to get  some steel.' The machine was set up  some 25 feet from the wall, which  sloped inwards. Before setting it, the  men had examined the wall, which is  27 feet high at that point, to see if it  was safe to uorlc aVth'e point decided  on for drilling, and'they concluded it  was all right. Before Meallor got back  he heard the fall of the mass of ore,  which came down on the No. 1 and  No. 2 benches, and almost bmied  Rian.  The unfortunate man was taken at  once to the Old Ironsides hotel, where  the company's surgeons worked over  him till he died that afternoon. Rian's  head and one leg were crushed terribly,  and'there'Vas' no chance* of * his recovery from the first. 1  -��� -Coroner-Foster, of Greenwood, upon  looking into the case,~ decided there  was no need of an inquest, Meallor  .sUoMf^Jtliatviio Jblame could beatuched.  io any^oAfeifpr the fataljty.-1 ��� 3 �����> X  TheJUiineral was held SuhdayJ iftqr-  noon, under trie auspices of .Phoenix  Mm^rV' - Union' No/ -8^. Rev. 'E. l\  FlewelluiK officiating. The interment  took, place in.the city cemetery. -. 1  ^Rian was a single man of about 30  yeafs of age, and a native of Norway.  He was formerly a member ofthe  miners' union at Helena, Montana,  from which place he came to Phoensx  a'short time since; * So far as known,  he had no relatives in this country.  'This is the first fatal accident that  has occured in,, the Granby mines since  the Pioneer was established���in fact,  SKATIN0 CARNIVAL NEXT TUWtSfiAJ/.'  Lut Eveit of lie KM ��Mt�� Mweilx Hik  Tfcls Sta*��a. "���' '  Next Thursday ths la^t masquerade  carnival of the season will^e held at  the Phoenix skating ririx. vThe Phoenix Citizen's Band Will be in attendance to furnish mu*ic, and a full list  of prizes 'has been provided by the  managers, Messrs. Comfer &, Prender-  gast. . Skating will beg&at 8 o'clock.  The following is the list "of prizes that  will be awarded :    ~   /'  B<-iit Ladiea' Coatnm'e^-lAiliet' companion, value |7. ' '  Best Gentleman'*) Coetuipe���Travelliiig  set, value t9. ,' t '  Best Girl's Coitome���Stationery sot,  value (8 GO.  Befct Boy's Costuoie-^VTrltlng case,  value |0.  Best Clown���Shaving .g**t, valua t(S.  Best Fat Man���Gentleman's companion, value 18,        ',,,     >^  Men's Raee-MIHtiry' hair brashes  Hiid c-ase, value |9 60. ' -  J^t<li��s'' RfccSh-tilovA >'and shoe 1 set,  valne*4.$0.,,  Boye' Race���Cuff and collar box,  value 13.50.  Girls' Race���AtORtfcer and perfume,  value |8.    *  i'  . _.|t is reported that the Winnipeg will  before long begin to sink* a deep shaft,  Richard Flew man,*, managing director  of the, property is ;riow in the east.  Recent developments'at t^h(s mine  have been not a little tlNcufiraging.  BURNT CORK  , ". "    ABftlSTS  FEBRUARY  SHOWS BIG  Over  33,000  Tons  Shipped  That Month.  mWi INCREASE  OVER JANUARY  ���M-MU17 MIms are Slctulllv lacreaslaf the  RaU al Which Ore Is Beiif Seat Oat  Praa All the Prtsenlc*.  Boundary mines are steadily increasing the amount of ore that ,s sent out  to the smelters each month, and the  indications are sure that this incrcjse  will continue for some time to come  knd new records in this line will be  'made. For January the ore shipped  amounted to 29,849 tons, while from  figures compiled by ���the Pioneer for  February the amount was over 35,000  tons���which means an increase fur one  month at the rate of nearly 16 per cent.  The shipments for the first two months  of 1902 separately are given herewith in detail, for purposes of comparison :  Mine Jsu.  Gianby mines 17,571  Mother Lode 11,1)88  Golden Crown....     180  Winnipeg     110  Snowshoe'   No.7 :   I'eb.  20,200  12,402  120  260  480  250  Total  37,777  24,3{t0  300  300  480  260  Will Show in Phoenix, Greenwood and Grand Forks,  *,  ;      - \   it 'i i t  TO All PWBUI-8ENEIAL M6HTAL  Pfeacaklaai Will Take the Naalary By  Storsj���Whrie Wctk al Match ai-A^ril  4-WW Sb��w Here sis] March Jl.  the first since 1808  i o  Department ranks first^in Variety and Quality of Goods.  Economy and Quality shake ��hands .here audieave a piece  of gold in your palm. v  mm  1 '  Two words we adopt wlien  dea'ing  }yith our Customers. >    ��(  POST OFFICE STORE  OutcUmsed By Grand Forks.  Wednesday evening the so called  junior hockey club of Grand Forks  visited Phoenix, and played the local  juniors at the Phoenix rink. It was  evident from the start tlifit the Phoenix  boi s were outclassed by the Forkers,  the Phoenix club having ' no member  over i 6 years of age on- the team;  while there were 18 and 19 year old  boys oh the team from the Forks.* In  I fact one of them played en the senior  '^e*a|af;sbme''*WM^sVi��^o.-rv-:Ni^'one.'was  Vuriirised at the result of theJga'me, in  which the score stood I'hoenix o, and  .Grand Forks 9. J, The yi��itc*r.s piled up  six'goals i'n'the first half;an'd'three in  the last half. P.'-C. McArthur was  the referee, the players being lined up  as follows: ,-''���.,  /y C;'      ���; Y  'Phoenix rositlon Grand Forks. .  Koss .Goal.. .".������'.. .Henderson  McAnlifl'e...... ..Point...........Baker  Clark Cover,......... Fan ell  brahanr..'. R. Wing....... Carran  Cramer. Centie ..........Sloper  Pierce......... L. Winn.���;...��... Wilson  Jaggers Rover... ���  ... Carter  ^.Beginning March 31st arid ending  AprirUu��'^^lMdrng*rtd1rtiT1or^  Boundary will be treated- to performances by one of the best amateur  aggregations that has yet. been seen in  this section. /l'he Phoenix Colored  Minstrels, who have been 'rehearsing  for weeks, are preparing to take the  Boundary by storm the week after lent,  and there is every indication that they  will have crowded houses. The tour  is taken for the benefit of the Phoenix  General Hospital.  .The committee of gentlemen in  charge of the matter, announce that  they will>be able to give the initial  performance in C Phoenix. Miners'  Union Hall Monday evening,  March  Totals 20,840   33,708 03,567  BMKLTXB TKBATMKNT.  Granbv 17,107   17.094 34,891  Greenwood 13,287   10,020 23,307  Totals 30,484   27,714   58.198  It will be noted that thus far this  year���that is, up to the first of March  ���the mines of the Boundary have sent  out 63,557 tons of ore, all, or nearly  all, of which has been ship|>ed to local  smelters.  The larger mines are all increasing  the rate of output, and the month ot  March should show a much greater  increase than ever before. The output of the Granby mines alone foi  March should equal the total for the  entire Boundary for January, as three  furnaces are now running at the Granby smelter, ^handling; upwaids of a  tliousancTtons per day, with another  furnace about to be startsd.  It should be remembered also that  February was the shortest month of  the year, and yet the total was larger  than the previous month by several  thousand tons.  ELECTED THE OFFICERS.  Water Supply Co. Will Alia Haste Electric  Biiiatst.  The Phoenix Water Supply Co.,  Ltd., at a recent meeting, elected officers as follows: President, H. N.  Galer; vice-president, O. B. Smith, Jr.;  treasuier, G. W. Wooster; secretary  and manager, John V. Hemenway:  auditor, H. '1'. Mahnn; directors, Give  Pringle, G. W. Wooster, O. B. Smith,  Jr., J. F. Hemenway, H N. Galer.  It will be remembered that the company was organized last year to build  and operate a water system in the City  under a franchise granted by the city  council to Jay P. Graves, W. Y.  Williams and A. C. Flumerfelt, which  charter also included the supplying of  electric lights to the city.  Originally it was intended to form  two sejtarate companies to handle the  two businesses, but it has now been  decided lo have the one company do  both. Accordingly, application is being make to the legislature for an act  to allow the water company to go into  the electric lighting business in connection with its water business. It will  probably be some time in the early  summer before the Cascade power  people are prepared to supply the  current for lightv. ' '  MR. DOWNIE  SAYS SO  C. P. R. to Improve Phoenix  Trackage.  TO HANDLE THE INCREASING BUSINESS  Ball*! New SM�� Tracks, Conned the Loop,  aatl Will Run Palace Cars on the  Bosaslrry Branch Thin Sprlnj.  USE THREE  COMPRESSORS  Granby  Co.   Connect  War Eagle's.  With  NEEDED FOI THE INCREASING WORK  Pay fell Has US Names Thcreaa���Timbtr  Shaft Ready F* Use Next Wtek-The  Sixth Raise to Qtorr Ht4e Caaaletc*.  KNOB HILL COONS VS. HUNGRY SEVEN.  For-acr lo the  Challenge  Issaed  by   the  Latter.  BOUNDARY MINI NO NOTES. .  "It is expected that the; fourth furnace at the Granby smelter wilj be started in about ten, days.  'l'he second furnace of 'the Mother  Lode, smelter is expected to be ready  to be blown in the course of about  two weeks.   ,7 ���  Foreman Dei mody, of the Granby  mines, is, authority for the statement  that last 'I'hursday was7i record for  one day's shipment frorfl the Boundary's chief- prpducers, when 51  cars : were :���> 'k>S(d<*d, ��� ^ s- something  over 1,500 tons.  Today is the day that the large pay-  mentis to be "made on the "bond rtr  gently-given on the Morrison mine, in  Deadwood'campr";7]he property was  bonded in January for,,$185,660 to  New York and Chicago capitalists, of  whiph J$5,000 Was reported to:have"  been paid dowtij the present payment  iobe-$8o,ooo.-��� ���    '������*' ��� ���'- ������'���^'J"  31, (the   second   performance taking  place-tHe next evening at  the  same  place- -Wednesday, the company will  appear at Greenwood,  and Thursday  and Friday Grand Forks wilt be visited  by the aggregation of colored artists.  ' The show will consist of a regular  minstrel first part of choruses, solos,  comic songs and jokes, and an olio of  specialties, songs and sketches, concluding with a laughable farce introducing  the ever.popular cake, walk, buck and  wing-,andsoft (Shoe dancing.   ��� Prof.  Paul Kauffmann is the musical director  and the expects the choruses, to be a  feature of the entertainment.. Partic-  ular, jatteritionftiscoeipg paid jto ���the  costumes, and a.very pretty stage setting'* i^ planned..' Practice, has been  going   on   regularly;, for ��� some: time,  and it is believed the performance will  be first class in every particular.  The following is a list of those who  will take part:  Director���John F. Hemenway.  Musical. Director���Prof.  Paul Kaufl-  ninni).  Business Manager���W. B. Willcox.  Treasurer���Dr. G. S. Gordon.  Stage Manager���Geo. K. Mead,  Interlocutor���Judge W. R. Williams.  Bones���C. H. Flood and O. U. Tatro.  Tambo���J. F. Hemenway and George  D. Turner.  First Tenors���Robert' Horrell, 8.  Someryille, W. H. Cole, J. C. State and  V. Holmes.  Second Tenors���Ajar* G. Sjmpson, C.  H. JBonter, C: H. Flood and Q. V- Tatro  First Bass���G. S. McKenzie, Geo.  Mead; Wi J. Pierce and P. J. Cook J  ; Second Baes-^A. :P, McKenzie, J.  WhittiBide and Geo.D. Turner  Volunteer Orchestra ��� Violin, Prof.  Jpaul Kauffmaim; cornet, W. J. Cramer:  piftno, Mro. Wm. Press)v; clarionet. A.  Almstrom; Bass Vicil, JDan Biner.  Hungry Seven  Two Stepper  .Hardto PasB  ...Crack Shot  . ..'...���-.Fiver  .. .Never jfise  B.  H.  rW6rd has been received that the  Specialist in Sookane wlio has been  treating Henry Syrsted, whose eyes were  injured at the Snowshoe mine on December Vith, things he will be able to re-  Store the sight to one eye aofliciently so,  t[\wt he can gf.t ground.  Last week's interesting hockey  match between the Granby Hungry  Seven and the Knob Hill Coons, in  which the Hungry Seven were victorious, has resulted in the Coons issuing  a challenge to the Seven for a game  for blood, which will be played off at  the rink next Tuesday evening.  It is understood that the Coons  have an idea that they know how to  play hockey, and are willing to back  up their belief with hard coin of the  realm. Of course, the Hungry Seven  are only too willing to accommodate  them to almost any amount, and a  game, the like of which has never before been seen in the country, will be  the result. All kinds of money is being  wagered on the outcome. The players  will line up in the following manner, if  they do not change their minds before  Tuesday:  Kuob Hill Coons      Position  Pills ..:....Goal.7.  Straight Line... .Point...  SliuvuiKS.:...... Cover..,  Rag Man ....- Centre..  Biscnit Shooter..R. Wing.  Hungrv Ike L. Wing. Hani to Catcii  The Water Man..Rover The Scout  Worth Notlnf.'  Remember Hard-to-Pass.  .   Note the Crackshot shoot.  Say; watch old Straightline.  What's the matter with Shavings?  Not so slow���the Flyer that flew.  Remember the Scout���the stick  is  loaded.  When you catch  Old   Rags,  you'll  know it  Shorty Pills will play bulkhead  for  the Coons.  l^xik out for the fellow that you  can't catch.  Keep your eye on  the  fellow that  steps twice.  Remember, when Ike lands,  some  thing drops.  Keep your eye on the  fellcw  that  trips you up.  Watch the Water Man���he has a  lead pipe cinch.  Elected Officers Saturday,  following  officers of Phoenix  Owing to the fact that the increased  shipments from theGraoby mines--in  this camp require the use of more air  drills for stoping, as well as to keep up  with the regular program of develop  ment���which is never lost sight of���  more power than that supplied by the  two 10-drill compressors of the Old  Ironsides and Knob Hill mines was  need. Accordingly, arrangements have  been made for the use of the five drill  compressor at the War Eagle mine,  just over the hill, ard this week the  three compressors have been connected, giving the Granby company the  use of at least five more drills. This  will materially assist in the working of  the the company's properties.  Owing to soft weather it has been  difficnlt to work at the top of the new  shaft, just back of the timber framing  house, which will be used exclusively  for the lowering of timbers into the  Old Ironsides and Victoria mines.  The work has, however, been resumed,  and Supt Williams thinks that in  another week the new shaft will be all  ready for use.  Delay was also experienced in get  ting the sixth raise in the glory hole  through to the surface, but the workmen broke through last Monday, and  facilities for getting out ore in that  part of the Knob Hill are now in  better shape. The raise is about 100  feet in height.  The force at the Granby mines is  Gradually being increased, and at  present there are 338 men on the payroll.  William Dcwnie, ol Nelson, superintendent for the Kootenays and Yale  for the C. P. R., spent yesterday in  Phoenix, accompanied by his resident  engineer, Mr. Bainbridge, arranging  for moie impiovements to be made in  the trackage facilities in and around  Phoenix, so that the company can  better handle the increased and increasing business that js originating at  this point. When it it remembered  that in ."901 the Granby company  alone paid the C. P. R. $380,000, for  freight, a sum that will pay the interest  on the bonds on the cost of the entire  Boundary line for a year, and leave a  large balance, it is not surprising that  the C. P. R. is only too willing to supply * all the facilities needed by the  Granby or any other company for  handling business.  Mr. Downie informed a representative of the Pioneer that, as soon as it  could be gotten at, the company would  add two more sidetracks to the accommodations in the Phoenix yards,  and would also extend the team track.  A Y will also probably be built In  addition to this, the loop at Hartford  Junction, built last fall to do away  with the switchback, will be ballasted  as soon as possible, and connected  with the main track, which will result  in a considerable saving in running  'time between Phoenix and Eholt���  now a slow proposition a't best.  Betterment will "made in several  places on the Boundary branch, and  the train service improved. Two new  palace coaches are now building at the  company's shops for use on the Boundary line, which will be also arranged  at one end as dining cars. This service will probably be put on when the  change of time is made, about the  middle of June.  It will be several weeks yet before  the new bridge over the Columbia  river at Robson is used lor passenger  traffic. It is now in constant use for  freight trains, but the company will  finish the fills at the approaches before  utilizing it for passenger trains. When  it is so used trains will run direct to  and from Nelson without change.  The company will save about $1,500  per month by the use of this fine new  steel bridge.  Contract for New Building.  A contract was let this week for a  new building, to be erected at once on  the corner of Knob Hill avenue and  Church street. The property is owned  by James McArdle, who will put up a  commodious barn and stable to be occupied by Collins &. McQuaid when  completed. The building will be  30x100 feet in size, facing on Knob  Hill avenue, and is to be ready for  occupancy by the 1 st ot April, the  contract having been awarded to  Smith Bros.  BOUNDARY ORE SHIPMENTS.  The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines tor looo, for 1901 aiul  The  Miners'. Union 'No.   8  were   elected  last Saturday:  President, Henry Heidman; vice  president, J.P.Shannon; financial  secretary, lohn Riordanj treasurer,  John Swanson; recording secretary,  Webster Rogers; conductor, Dan  Martin; warden, Neil McBeath; trustees, Henry Heidman, Wm. Tatham,  Leo7 McMullen, Wm. Hall and  James Carson-.  for 1902, as reported to the Phoenix Woneer-  1900  Granby Mines, Phoenix  .....   64,533  Snowshoe, "         297  Brooklyn, "               150  Mother Lode, Deadwood ;..     5,340  Sunset,    - '���   Morrison, "           B.C.Mine, Summit    19,494  R.Bell, "   Winnipeg,     Wellington      1,070  1901  233,424  1,731  99,034  802  .150  47,405  5P0  1,040  Past  Week  6,952  1901  42,283  480  2,152    20,132  35  2.250  1,200  Golden Crown,  Athelstan,              ��  King Solomon, W.Copper.  No. 7 Mine,           Central.  City of Paris;             "  Jewel,             Long Lake.  Carmi,             West Fork.  Ruby,      Boundary Falls.  Miscellaneous   Total, tons    99,730  Granby Smelter treatra.mt, tons    62,387  Mother lode Smelter treatment, tons...         250  2,000  160  3,230  390,000  230.828  118,448  9,139  7,649,  1,982  69,840  40,949  25,271  s~  ^as-aESS^T-rTOKFE^^ THE PHOENIX PIONEER
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for some timej' and; in regard to which
great uncertainty prevailed, - are" again-
starting up; and are giving encouraging showings. There, is no doubt this
district, while lo*v,grade, is;: bound . to
be one of tlie greatest 'imping areas in
the■"; world, 7.because bf tlie immense
size of its ledges and their inexhausii-
bility; YYy AAm^aZ1 '.■■-.. ■:'/l        '.'/
3 :Z: EOITQRIAL tOMMENT&    -.-..77 >
■ All predictions injregard to having
a high Wild time at Vicioria', wheri the
legislature met, are new being verified.
'hl^inds'of,trt)uble|n getpjig his rai
way. bjijit iijtofera$;FbrjcBj owing t
Jim Mill apiwarsfto be ■haying sever
th|dJ%iined!opi^^iof|of his rivaly
the Hot Air line. Mr. pill will get
into the Boundary, audi will also have
his locomotives tooting in and J; around
nix—one of thes'e'fine days,
 Writs;have;beeii served on the Vancouver Piovmce;and Ottawa! ;N|ining
Review by theCrbw'sNesf Coal; Co.,
alleging dapiages.'.fonstajements made
!tiit]i6se'papers; regarding the opeia-
tions ofthe great East Kipteimv coal
corporation. The managers of the
coal company tjiinktbe iit|leJwar./was
carried too far, and propose to jump
on the poor new. paper men.     :
Iioundarv has long been entitled to
a member in the house at Victoria,
and there seems to be a ba*e chaine;
that it will get that recognition shortly.,;
Smith Curtis, member for the Rossland riding, which at piesent includes
the Boundary, is willing' that the
Boundaiy should be set off from hi|'
constituency, and is not only willing,-
but recognizing the claim of this part
of Rossland riding to si-perate repre*;
sentation, is now working to that endj
At this time it is hardly' necessary'
to go info statistics and figures to
prove the light of Boundary,' based on
actual population by the'last c'er.susj;
,'to'separate representation in the legis;
lative assembly. In addition to this,
it is more than justified by  the' votes
' cast at the last provincial election.*
There are several constituencies at the1
coast'that have not half the voting
\ strength or population now contained
in th* Boundary coun'tiy.r '' *
* One reason why theie is' a fighting
chance for us to get this * separate
representation at this session of 'the
legislature is that such a measure
'would not disturb* the boundary of any
other riding in' the province—over
which there is likely to be no' small
amount of dicussion when a general
redistribution bill is brought up for
consideration Our present member
is'satisfied to have his constituency
cut in two, and no one else can object
on any reasonable grounds. It merely
remains for the government to arrange
for it, and to appoint the dayJof elec
tion. ' ' '
Last week's meeting of the Associated Boards of 'Irade at Kaslo
unanimously endorsed the proposition,
recognizing the justice of tlie' claim,
and that endorsation will be sent to
lhe government at once. It 'is to be
hoped that nothing will occui to side-
Hack the matter before the legislators
adjourn, although in the present chaotic state of affairs at Victoria it is not
easy to predict'wliat is" likely to happen.
loe Martin- is) still/decidedly in
evidence; as he; has a few lives J yet
Ieft7 /vpalkaboutthie apple of discord I
.7 E.vV,Jfodwell,isputtingupa:st.ong
fight;for. the^yictuiiaiseut. *\ When the
votes are counted next'iMonday, if he
;Wins, itlmeans7 anptlijer,-nail J in, the
[)oliticai/coffiii:of James n^nsniuirft ; ,
The Chinese jjcqiivniissiCinJ
/.•/Now that;^ws'StO'ip,Jhe,.American
missionary, ;has.-, been / released ^from
one fruitfuljspurcc off news, ^so-icalled;;];!.:
frbmjthe JAssbciated:vPress^Jhas: been  v-
removed. Zf £f ^||>~f
|Sop head
■Mr,-.;-;; La.urier's   gpyeriimeiil
wjjl ignore the  recommendations for
^iieriai;¥e&ms.'^<^; :'Mf?$9 Zy
Y ■','•■,■'.'■..-.\,t.., v .■•■ryyyYvvil^YK'YyY'■■:"y'
v \A\si1bscrifci7ii1 Naw'YbrkjJcity; thjs
wbek: sentj; theJ'Tioneer; J the ■. price, of a:
twoyeariiSui>scripti6ri-r;four bigground:
cartwheels.     We call attention to this
bright and shining example, as others
may wish to emulate it.
t   ■!■■**» ..i__     ■■"• '_'   • ' ,; 1     s
'A^ot oY'people are 'now going to
thunder—oral least to Ihundei Mountain, Idaho, the_new. mining camp that
has been enjoying a snow boom of late.
They will "be'returning, wiser and
poorer, about the time'that the Horsefly rush'collapses.  " • ■ ■' .
A wild report was in circulation last
week in Rossland that the owners bf
the Snowshoe mine had purchased the
War Eagle.. The.Snowshoe iGold'&
Copper Mines, Ltd.; have a good thing
and will hardly ' invest in a property
that is some $600,000 in debt already.
It 'is believed that the unsettled
condition of the railway situation hereabouts, has something to do with the
deiay-in^ciosintpup negotiations be
tween the Dominion Copper Co. and
the Mother Lode people. But some
thing should, in all probability, eventuate before long.
There appeals to be little doubt,but
that a copper refinery will be established in the not distant lutme, joi the
treatment of the blister copper produced in the Boundai), which is nov^
assuming considerable prop/fl tiolis.
The following from a leading editorial
in the Vancouver Province, shows
what they think about the matter, at
the coast, and also how they believe
that the Boundary is fast gelling to be
one "of the most important mining
sections on this continent:, __ *-v £■*> ^
Mr. Giaves has declared tho,, while
this company has no plans' foVmulaled
for the immediate establishment of p
copperrefineiy.it is its intention" Co"
erect one in the not distant future His
own belie! is that the refining of top
peroiescan be done as cheaply, if
not more cheaply, in this piovince
than in the east, and it is the intention
of the company to test the mattei
Expressions   of  this kindf coming
from a man like Mr. Graves,' cannot
i   but be gratifying to the peopje of the
1 '-' Boundary disinct.    All through   that
*     country the belief in Mr. Graves and
!'    in the company, of which  he is the
1     manager is unbounded,and desei vedly
,      50^    It was largely owing to them that
'    that district retajned the confidence of
Z "" the woild of capital durintr. the period
<     that the mine managements in other
4 ' districts showed a. disposition to injure
P. » thecreditof f.hecountiy in eveiy pos-
y   sibteway. Ih every instance they have.
'     item as good as their ivoid, if, indeed,
better; and   when Mr, Graces
,,         _    v   ,
vOnce again a man who has yet to
demonstrate that,he knows anything"
about minerals, has been appointed to
die poitfqho, of minister of mines,
which w as again a matter of expediency
rather than fitness. Hon. E G. l'nor
is an estimable gentleman, but is
merely a makeshift of >Ir. (Dunsmuir.
J  The first bulletin for the year to be
issued bytheHufeaii bf'Proviiicialilii.
formation, has made its appearance
It is devoted to the mining interests pf
theprovjncei'and is j a >compact-pam
phlet of 64: pages, Jiiiteiided largely for
distribution'in London: '"AsVas to be
expected, it gives Boundary first place
in the piovince foi ore shipped in 1901,
and l'lioenix as the leading icamp in
Boundary, both in regard tpshipmehts
and, the amount,of development work
done.-'.'•.;■-■':;'■' Y.-.y-.y ■• Y-'Y'^'^f^^y
■■Y :;. :■>■■■'■ a'.n;i,,:,.l- :'.■•: :.*~~Tr*^iJ:-?J',S:,7f.7:'
-.';' A JGbbu 7i*>i,iNG'-^A ttaiifof thbujjht
isa'gbp'd..thing .Ho'possess, J provided
tiie engineer knows when and, where io
use the.thrbttle.-^l'rospector.J 77; 77 '
Inon the Gamk—If MissfStPne
had ever;'trainedj^with some of;'Grand
intlucejd to suspect that,staid fold '7 lacly
of being,in on theirran^m||'|anje7^err
self—-Columbia,Evening SunTjSj.'^-i,-
J. C. Ryan hasliiade arrangements
for the ol^iation # ilije"' l^syiwi':'Jfj!;
uroup, sitoaitfed ndS{r the l^ayne 'tni»|r
■in the SI0& ■ /^arje; f^re'^J^ni^ii
will be err^igecTjirrthe spring to' work
this property. A company will probably, be ,incorjipr£t;:d ,to take it oyer.
> /.
;.._„.'.," :,INSH.RAN£E„AGENT,i.7 '.,, ; ,„.,
'■Z   7jf*iRE, LIKE, ACCIDENT.
rCoiiimissioiier for takfuB AflWiivlW.
fviiU'i.'.',*;  ;r:'.!ia..a.'^pH0ENIX, B. C.
J'A;,SCOp';V;;7i:7v'  ;v/:';7, ,;
7   Estimates Furnished.   /Ji ;s
ii:s. cavley.'* ^ 7Jw. ji.cocHkANK.
Solicitors, Etc    7,
:'■,'■'"."'"■';. - '". ^PHOENIX;J:B7'C, :i.
•J:.,7 • .:jvNOTARy;i*uiiucv''7 y ■' *!'■■'
li,^ot^^^Lot for Sale
4]--on.' Oltfjlpihsides Avenue,
■•■   Reasbiialile amount down,    .
balance monthly payments
7); atiSpiir-cent per aunum.
■:;r^^^^~'   -if-you 77
' r-Vrfean''buSiriess, ■
General 7,
Special Attention' to Horse Shoeing.
jsi7k: Yrm}!Y.MZrZ:Z;y,
Dominion Avenue,    -   PIIOItNIX, B.C.
Geo. GlbiO^.,|n.
J. O.yau Sickle
' Rank TNGRA'iitubE^^rt is rank in-
. i'y.yy.i / '■a ;;:.', y\\i,..'",'       ■,'.;'■'   ■,
graiitudepn-thejiiart of,Nels,/!.J.that
^tii'e 'lVibiihe>shbuldJsuffer*the:humilia*
tipii pf having tajpuU dpw*vj;its:.;sign|
:Johh7Hbiistbn'7has;7dphe7;mbi^J for
Nieisbii ■(iiahfaiiy:;bther7bne;'man';'in; it
ofbiit bf^it;MaliveSbrhdeiHt--^Sandon
:?aysti;eak,,',/;;.:;;;:-.C7JJ;''7:,777.;77 "^gv:h
Brighter Prospects—TKe^'prbs
pects for mining in Kootenay'-lpoks
brighter., The,settlement ofthe;Iabpri
troubles, the recovery of the lead ,Jand
copper markets, the reduction-ypn
freight and treatment on" silyer-lead
01 es, and the building of a lead-refinery
at Trail, all have a tendency,, to J, iili:
prove mining conditions.—Nevv Denver Ledge. • •'     '    ■'    '   S^lff^
know n
I")avid B. Bogle, well known in
editorial', circles , ill the Kootenays,
lately began" warming the editorial
chau of the Victor a Colonist. Mr.
Bogle.hf£ one advantage ol most ol
the coast writers; he has lived in the
mining section for, a number of year",
aiid can write intelligently regarding 11.
It is asserted unofficially that before
the end of 1902, the Granby Co. will
have*fUb*idditiofial furnaces' installed
-aC-tthejCT suiter, makihgisix in all.
Which, means'tjiatjiot less than 2,000
ton^ot ore Will lie treated daily. Eyeiy
ijnoiHWiis^oTniiaiiy'is becoming to be
rmore and moie of a tactoi in the topper maikets <»I ^he world.      ^\ ,"«*'•
Ping Pong is hitting the Boundary
and hitting it haid. 1'pr die. benefit
of the uninitiated it may be stated that
it is not the name ol a Chlntisejlaun-
drym m, but is the tittle1 of ah iridoor
game more aptly styled parlor tennis.
Besides that, Chinese laundrjmen do
not care tolive in the high altitude of
:'."   ■ '■ 7 ,":J V:
You may depend upon it, that first-
class advertising has a first-class business behind lhat advertising.;^'!'}^ j <7
It isn't advertising that makes'' business so muchjas the business -ybu J piit
into   advertising-j"helps'7tb get7mbre
business.:.;,Vo,..^-^,:.:���-;■:■' -':->■  y.^Y-y ■';
,,.■1, uy;i.y^.:/v,. y', ■   :,r./- -,j-.-i.n y .
It takes' advertising i to H make j.every
be' arcbmplishetl by slipsho'd;■'methods
or by ,gu^,|vork^^igiji^
1 Theindn7 whbJ?keepsfchisi7business
who will gttSabun'dabtJretifihs' -JWhen ^--■■■>•">.-■*■
1.        2:!i^Y .IW.;-, .;Vr:Jf^^-*^.I.-.),.;C.Vi){h'.~>-!.-r'-W
othei sare.; wpndenng^hat, has become
of the ])j^si)erity;jfb^7whicli7, thepl^ad
hopedi:'^L:v;i7^''*?>J^|*7jJ^';:^'fii'S j7 J
No maiV^K'afmrd^'toJ'bi"without
■.-'•valY- j:'.<it'i.-V^-'i,'.;'i>'-.'-'•,:i»ii-Vi'^x-«-
can aflprdsto pmitJii)ie;7busineM}:toneJ
from hismdvertisemeiits; It is necessiry,
to  make J advertising buSiiiess-like lib
order tb.irisurb'tlie.succesS:7jfor'j7wh
all metvJ hope-J&7:.v. ;;77i.i	
Kin5;Ed^rirJLba|e., p:D.
7  ;:      A7F.and AvrM^f'y"",r'
Kegiilnrcbiniiilinlcatloii8p.:i*iV'    S'tc
■ ondTlmrsday of eschirionth. ,„.
Kmergent meetings ascallcd; Masnijlc
:■'• Hall, Morrlubn-Anderndi* hlock.    ;
)ir(AN^M'n^PpM.:iJ . 7/
Graves-Williams Block,cor.
Hirst and Old Irontidcs Ave,
Phwnii.B. C
,.■./     :.■;.:,:.,, .Secretary.
...- -• ■>?;>•,;■([.; /; -;,y< ;,■.;'■,*..
K. L.COCK.     ''
, , i.-.W.M.,
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■ ynoYmyy-
'■iv    ,iiv%y.)):l.l,y
Meetings' on Frlr,-,
day 8.30 p. 111: ! at
,'Ri'r.. BOYD. Secy;
Phoenix Lodge No. 2», ,,
......7:Knlcbtsof Pylfciaf.;-7
_.Meets every,yjuesday(iiiiglit
r 1.^7:30; p. "tn'.tHatdyrMcIttuxie
( ' IIalLt:7y':.J^7;.;,f.7,.-7 7, iv!
 7R.A.scoTT,;cJc.:'y ;<-';■.;;:.;
D.J.Matheson, K. R. 8. j V
■A No. 124 W. li- U.. of Piwealx.      J <;
Meets TiipadavJ, hiKhtg,: 8;3o o'clock at
^'lito^flMiUerB'aUnioii ;Hall.'i«««'J!;- /
1 s7 P. PAtSrER,'". ■ '&>■?;, - ■^<W?Miss'; CiX™, J J;, ;'
Those desiriue help apply to secretarvi 'Pl*one3o
|ife>a,(' i:7 ;vANctfuyi»i«*.- tf;': Av!nk
■'•   '.■i;.V-.:::,THfc..;v -.,--■'...'.. ■,, !■
.'Jv/:^. .T.i„>-J Mstabllahed;^890.;;,;J,.-.;,,yjy \
'Minlrais"ide'ii'tifiey'aud;?Thelr •:.Vaiuoi"''BxJ
■J^^^i-<y.:'^.^yi.^i^l^'li^'(!iz\) J:r!ti: I
H ,-tjr.;   ,.v,i'j,<   y\   .S'",T'
.'..', FREE OF CHARGE.   J
Haw Yoii*P)ece dr-DoUbt'fiil'R'oek?''Jiiti
i Mail it ip us. , MiiI„ond smelter tests up,ta
I fdiolbsf Ch«NikIilg-'*Asaays <i Specialty/-1;
,)*.(;■* t*;it'f;,:.'i
y.iW»Y A1 -
iliyy.ZliliA!■■■jZtfy,y,iy<!iify >7:.;>i;*:;;>i7.7
v    Lighted jby^j
£'J ;^>J5|«^)cj(i^ '.
"\ AY^E A S.0N,'TICKKTK.- ;::;,'■ J ■'3'
■;■;'-' ■ A"; foV Uks1::...: yvMA ■ z
'' AY-m ,;i7'!Bbvs^;l: vf'-SJOOJ AZ\
ZZ~c-l:. :::.TuAssiKST.25cente./':,J
iiki::?sk'ATlNGiHOURS;!!J''77^ ■;;■';
; yZyAY 8.-'.R*M»f t«Jt,l0;p.ni^7r>7" j j-;.-.'/;.;-.■-''..i
Yi Y:A?i\:i;a&:ii$,l:YiiY!Yi/,:'YY';\
\ <^rnej;;j<&j fenderg^^i
i;i■^.■;i^i>Kfeb:";.■^■,U■^^^:^ii:^OIM!',S'(^i;•i,!;F!;■i■,  .
Hon. J3mes H. Turner, the-venerable agent-general of this province ;n
Londoh, is doing some excellent^mis-
sionan/ work there, which should bear
fruit, if the solons at Victoria do not
upset it ■'by unwise legislation. *  Mr»
not  better;  ams   wnen wir,  oia^*, Turner has tfaVelled extensively\over
is^not far distant,  - '" Jlish no little good m London.
month of ^'ebruary were'651-tons. ;\y
A strike of'aoP'biiiice Silver'Wejis
reportedTroni the^ Rutl),;in: theSlocari;
' The Neepawa m.i.iie, in ,ihe; Slocali,'
expectstb ship «po- tons v of; ore; per
month,,herealteK:'';;;'*''7"17;*?7f,7:'j'7 71^"'
'. •: , '■ ■    ■■,..,. ...'. j, -y i.i, ■.
, TheHostim, Oh;iLake;Slgpaii, shipped 140 ton4*' of ore i ri 1 anu^ry, j| the
smelter returns;of:which;were';$5,146
J , M^Kfellie, ex-lvl. P; ^i^ro^b^es
visiting Horseflyjat at;ea.rlyvdate,,tp investigate the gold;strikp;.rei-prted thei^
last faii7 jzZy\ ^zyyyyifiiy&j*: \.
The Sunset mine^' fi^7SSn'(l'in,; has
total .-'jofiv $30,000 disml>utedy|iy't^
mine tp;its'bwpers/7=7«-;:^v<'^
Thstsh^pments;7from TSlpfeaiii^Cit^
duringll^tiweekiKwerei-jSs J tohsJ,; tW
Artingtpnship!-eii^ft0fls''i '!>?;! ^-"^t
prise ibJtbris and- die "May. "5 toiiS/J 'A
ThtfVan,An(iamiWes1 tind^srneitelf
/ i^tie,U'rtig,|-iV;,i!i:&ti;t: 'i ifc'
at the coasts .ppera^ted (;by,.tJje;,JNp^hi:
west C?i>per;jGpC,:\WW%. ^closed,: db*n,;
throwing (1J50 mei^o«^bf;employn}ent,
1   I^st7^^tlibjd^l^rJ,thJe"CWawa
for ^8,poo;;f|4^^nciu^|di;3'|lE
pi operty ^s.-lbcate^n^tv]itrie '^ityj ;-of
Slocan; and a jpittsburg7ap4- -Spokan'e
syndicate is Jtaking holdjpf ,it;!
■Hi 1.
• One that will riitl1
•the year around
• iawhstyouneed.
; *"■ Jewelery '
■m;v/y 'v.r'ytkiU:,;r.
• of every discrip-
• ;ition.suitable for birthday present can be
• ''.obtained at.;, '„;.'. ~Y■■,■-.,; ■•:.;■''' -..!■':'.;j
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1 hiost of Friendswho testify ^o^t^Good Qualities        '":!'" 7"'       ;|J
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P3pfe>Mr;No. 17I
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Tamarack and'Pir,7p^r cord, $3.75
.Stove:Wood:S^lii'7-:'"ZZA *m
.; -'*£&.^^^ Z-r.$5.00-..
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Orders to
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7horses^which are well suited-forlpng dnves,77;Si)ecial |(
attention given to sleighing parties,   j ^ *
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1    TNew -Plates Throughout .
Phr»»os;   *nd ■ D*»fl*al|lono
, Prepared iihder' tfie •' 'dsfect '1!
. .'supervision of .W.T. HARRIS
h.■•' Zi^&ivliL-tiri -.yniteAiS'at??':' :
J :*;":•';.-;'CbminisBioner. of Education",.,
§."..,■'..■, assisted) by a large: corpti'of"
■ 1 ;;.-■''•• c'bm^etenr"Bpe'claHst's^J"*''•-'■" .
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J5P": S/ie'&htenitilfotuil. '.oailfirst issueiii
\iri l8gpi 'suaircding^ the !\Unabridged "\
\Thi Nnv•dSdititiit;, of.^ tlu litUrndtion ill
y4as'^lu^fff'Vitmr^^}>.A-iat thf
Xlatesldtidbestl AAA '    ' ':^Yf,v'X
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with GIos.Miryof Scotluh Words and PKraKj
"Firai;cU«>(in-v*^dali(jj;seci(i.iid aUa ia.fite.
I i, botjtl; senl^'onl /application.,, y
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,; -gRringf ield,, M<ia».,'
^Pd^piecesjpf furuiture^to i
;, raalce yoiir home ■ more com- = i
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vil 1 THE PHOENIX PIONEER  " " "*-V*  5 <KI  M<f&frs  <  11 >,  ^f^tl //  \      v-ftf" 'I..  5."  V "sw  trV  **f  ^  ^*/ffl  ji&t  <���>*>* ������������>��������*�����>>���>����.  ,.,,*  '������������eetistoiXciattt'^si  ilBiind  ���';-���;-���  ���    %;'��   '���- . /  .FIr��t<aass%il��ci��ll��nle*)d-i^*;0j  Mluera'; Pla^rieto a Specialty.  Goods Calletyoijjand Delivered Hree^wYo^rJlJ^lronaKe Ko-  iJ..-*^. lf*~-.&   ^Q* ��*~  ,4.^*��*.����<  Hc-Jted.  LI flMf  V; fcN. gu'lCDING,OPPOSITE  Black's Jtotfl,  Ppmjuion; Ave.  ...    7J|-Branch:; 'tXwotfjiX}-       ',,, -  ;, |   BKKSHOP, Upper Town* Thonk I  '.{',:    '' i  "v ���'  ' ,- , ���*'  Mri 3-!����"��^��***** ��**'���?'  i^s���'-  -J- 1t/-..^>, ('l,'^-^ ,(, 4.  -���^���m** ���������������������V��*��S ���#���'������* ���  I-**-********** �������->*��� >  . t^f**��*>aVm^  jjs,.'J      J...'.!*^e��ifiwW��***��  >ffiW  WAS DONE      ,  KASLO  Resume of W!ork of Associated Boards^  - *��� ��' e��i,f' ���'���'-  ..J^ir-iV-j -:.  ���i^rV  "���>,). ���'���  FUEt ���-QUESTION   WAS   PROMINENT  ���)��� VivWi :>'-J; 'J'; ��� ' ���    �� i  t    ����� ���   '  ' ��� ?��� ���'' ��� ���  *   ���'���' ���'������ '     ���-. i **���% ' t    i  ':' ^  ���*��  &���*  ' c-  -.Hi.  ������  i*1  .*(���:  "**���   7  AssKTsfc$jfro^ofo49*   H|AtLM ERGrjManager,^  ' ^-6o6607 iEihpireftateBuildingl jfc  mA'Z,y '"t7,2iSPOKANE,;WASH/ *  IrWrMAJQR^Asstrl^ ^  > *,*;,��*��n��#'*��*��'*<������i��i"i'��'�����-*���. ['5.; .>.;;.:;v>v ;'.?$';!���!'  Surplus '. ��70,137,170.01'  -i��'.i   .J.- J."J...M- It.., U  ���   ./'  *������'���-!    IB./    '     *"   I  I*~  lilJIvBiRsiO  FAN1,jStd,  Jt&Xrr  ��Fmiilm  LUMBER  'SmcE^sFY^^  .���;���' J  ���^�����SSbAN-Br^-EBN-W��^  s&',;..!v  ttecoiHDien(Je(SRe*rrinilni lhe Prewat Mineral T��x of Two Per Ccal., so as to be  More EqulUble���Meet at Fernie Next Year,  ���   -; ���������' .-* fth </,, j  i��   (*i>,,i *j- .I.e.    ' a.  IOC  A-  in-  Knob Hill Avenue  v. j3 n<u ���>.? r>.s s f; <>  MfiAO 1 ..-;<i^O/7iino��)6K''^��tt-Ji-vVia'1?ir-  PRApR=��fi3^0N?  ��su*J��ir^ii/&;  ���,7^ '.i^^:-::^^;.;^?^^^.^ ,x^- U.. 5 �����} -|  -,.-���,-,-j^.. ,,-^  .-.,,, .;;���:������,..;.�����. ..^���.^. ^*r<:A?-������:. -'.''PHOENIX-.���  '*���'.. ��� /..... ���;"   ....: ' ' 77 :_:.���/....: '.,: -ZAA...^..-.. ;,.���-,.      '': !  13��  illrditsrl  ����-v. -��,��, ���^> ���  <     Markets Tat'Nel^n, Kaslo, -Three Hork-s, Sandon, Sloom Citj,   ,    S  SilvertbiC Ne��"Denver, Ymir. Sa1iiTo,'Rossland,K'rrail, Cascade,      ' ���  "GrandTbrks;'Green��bbd,- Mid^a^'Niagawrand'-Pffoeniv- -    ���  FISH, OYSTERS'AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  '.Ml'orders receive prompt attention.  Last week the fourth animal meeting of ihe Associated Boards of Trade,  was closed at Kaslo, after ai most successful Jjsessiph. ;; The arrangements  ^lid hos)'italiiy of tliejcitizens of Kaslo,  ;has neyerrbeen excelled,; andthe ban-  "quet nehdered;, thet visitiifg' delegates  was oneof the most .delightful that has  Miiarked the meetings of the assbciate'id  boards,.     _;  -   .. ���;  G. Scott Gnllpway; of J Greenwood  was succeeded/afc jiresldent liyi G. 0.  Utichanan, of Kaslo, whose interest  a.ti'd effort in behalf/ of measures furthering the public welfare^ are without  equal in the, province. The delegates  evidenced their, appreciation of the ef-  .fkieiicy,* pjf^.tlje,7 je^efsr^Ht'AV^jG.  Jackson,rof,Rossland,  whose reelec-  tion was, unanimous,*tiand-: .whose ser-  ���'-.-.-���-,'.,. ./.,v,i S (-<:,'?.);/{ .s   r. ���  vices as secretary forjtp'ur i-years !'|>4St,  have attested  the fact that he is the  right man in the right?,place.     ^ ''.'���:'  The matleiiofJaBjuitiiigfflieiftarifnon  lead products*<iii/order ho ferifcdurage  tlie. marketing of;^Canadian Jlead| iir  Cana<3a,'rwas dealf"W"ith' iifdetail, and  a committee consisting of!'(}. jO.  BucliarajijiUS IKiAldridge anil Tames  Crbnin%were^delie|'alra tb.^place the  matter before the authorities atlOttawa,  I The Fuel Question.     7      |  Another matter'which was ^productive {of extended discussion was 'the  Greenwood resolution urging a selection; of the"goyernment reserve; of  50,006 acres on the south side'of Morrissey Creek, fpr.',the purpose' of /'encouraging com|)etitipn .(in the 5 production |of fuel in Sbutned^terri-kboteriay.  Against-this'iresblution, the Fernie delegation tookva most-active and united  stand andJ7J?,G Kl'hbmpsbn, Son behalf  c .u'i-^----s'9'^^xV*-��i:,iAi'*-i',/-.'*i',:.      ��� ,1  '������.���  of the. Crow s Nest Coal Company, presented facts'land'.^iigufes by which ;it  was.hpped to refute the contention that  competition in these fields/would have  a.,tend ency���tp.chea pen,tli eLfueij'sjipply.'  jliu fact,a iu .mays- be tsaid,��that., Mr.  Thompson was ' the central  figure of  -t)fe gatheFing?f;Jlis arguments JWere  |ible, keen'^shrelvd and ~w,itty)| and his  *eainesPeffohs* and  persbnaf bearing  ���won the admiration and good Will of  every delegate in the convention.'  But the concensus of opinion in  favor of the resolution was so general,  that it passed unanimously, after being  amended so as to provide for the'government leasing the land  with-such  safeguards as will absolutely preclude  now aiid iii the future, the possibility  of their amalgamation with, or control  by, the,Crow's Nest Coal .Company, or  any allied- cor|H)ration,Jand that the  maximum price to be charged for coke  be $3.50 per ton f. o. b. and the maximum '-price for 3-Jf inch scieened coal  be $1.75 per ton f. 6. b  1 Other, resolutions passed were:  That a resident postoffice inspector be  appointed with a view to having the  mail service under control of an official  who would have some personal knowledge of'the conditions of Yale> and  Kopteii^y;'���.''���'��� ''���':7   ' ���    "'://.:;7;/'sj''/  J vThait Rossland riding be at oncecut  in two, giving the Boundary a representative/of its own in the present provincial house. ������' ,/ ; 7  JThat;i-the Kootenay-Yale-Cariboo  federal electoral district be divided at  once on the line of the Columbia river,  and that ah; election' for a member of  the,Dominion parliament pe immediately held in the new district, thereby  created west of the Columbia river.  ,, Mineral Tax. '������/,.  As tbJthe mineral tax, a resolution  was passed, selling forth the fact that,  whereas, it is believed that a considerable portion of the.*revenue,.' while it  may be deemed equitable to levy upon  the mining industry, could be derived  first, from the tax already legally collectible upon crown-granted claims,  upon which less, work than to the  value of $200 annually is done, if such  tax were systematically and , promptly  collected ; or in default thereof, if the  said crown granted mineraj claims were  to be sold by  the'government to the  ? ';���.'���' !->���!.��� ��� -i'��� '     ' ���''��� -'*i,-   ���'. ' ,���'      ,  , *  highest bidder; and, second, by changing the conditions inriregard to such  crown granted -Iclaiius^sb that work to  the value of $400- annually' should be  required,, or failing that a ta^1 of 50  cents per acre be imposed; and third,  by requiring that instead of work  to the,, J value of,,; $rooi; being the  annual assessment conditions; on non-  crownJ granted claims; work'.; to<- the  value of $80 be accepted with an in-  crease, of the fee for recording assessment work to $12.50, with no increase  in the number of assessments, befote  the issuance of crown grants, and by  this means the' development of the  resources of the country would be  stimulated; .;;-,      ,v v 7       '''���'''  Be it resolved, that the governrhent  be-asked to look to the means herein  suggested for?a portion of'the revenue  from the: min|ng industry and to ie-  dtfee by;sO; mpch /the amount no J be  derived from the.tax on minerals .pro  duced, and to charge the incidence of  the tax by deducting from the value of  the ores the'cost of mining, exclusive  of capital expenditure'and head-office  expenses, such deduction to be subject  to the jurisdiction of such official as  the government may designate.  A suitable memorial to the Association's ex president, J Roderick Robertson, was ordered engrossed and  transmuted so Mrs. Robertson.  1 he selection of Fernie, for ne\t  meeting place, was unanimous  ANOTHER CENSUS BULLETIN,;  Return Glvlaj Nemi-sr of Relljloiis Denoicla-  '    atloaila Brltlfb CoIambU.      '  Census bulletin number five, giving  religions of the people, was issued last  week at Ottawa/ /> The number of  sjiecifibd denominations and sects is  142. Besides these there ate 39 other  sects represented by one or/ two; individuals each. British Columbia figures  areas"follows':' '","i:J-"'"' "'"���' A':  ���'' Denominations  ���901  1891  Adventists............  ..    ;2C0  ,; 109  Anglicans..... J.....  .7 40,672  ,23,619  BaplixtH..............  ,.   6,606  2,960  Baptists (Free Will)...  ..���..'���: ...... .  .'.   130  Brethren,.. '.*; >.-.;.'<''.-'. v. i.  :.    i��4  166  Cori(jregutioiial!��t8..,"..  .1,107  776  Disciples of Christ....'.  ."."."' MS  32  Dunkards............-,,  (.-���������..a.-.  8  Friends (Quakers)...,..  ..      117  49  Jewfty.Vi-iv.--*���-'������������'��� ������''���  ;./��� m  277  LutlieranB.. .7.. :.....  ...   5,332  ! 2,083  Mothotlixts.. ���.........  ,.J25,20l  14.298  Presbyterians.:. .J.,,..'..  ���i $*,}&���:  16,284  Protestanis (?)........-  ..884  2f0  Roman Catholic   .. 34,227  28,430  Salvation Army......-'.'  ..570  288  Unitarians...   . ,    133  79  Universaliets........  .-.'.���    48  45  Unspecified .-...'....,.-.:  ..- 4.tt02.  16,216  Various 8eets7;.. ,;f. iv  .-���J��,'829.''  50,697  Y   Total .............  '���7l78,��S7-,;  98,173  Read the Pioneer for district news.  WoUce of Transfer of Lienor License.   ;  Notice-it* hereby piven; that at- the  next, sitting of the Board of Licensing  Commissioners for the City of Ptioenix,  B.C., I intend, to, apoly to,have the  license which I now hold to sell Hqnbr  by retail in the Bellevue Hotel, situated  in Block 18, Knob Hill avenue. Phoenix,  B.C., transferred to James Marshall  and Knaene P./Shea, of Phoenix, B C.  Dated at. Phoenix, B.C., the 6tlulav  of January, 1902.  Edwabd Simfson.  ITAMYOfJ HOT 8PEIN08 8ANITAEIDM  II, (The most .complete U C A I T;U  on the continent or I^rthflB'***. in,  America.      Situated   midst OK C fl H T  ^^V^v.,-:^,MINERAL-ACT .:;,'t;;; yAiA..  CERTIFICATE OPIMiPRROVEMEfVrS;; f  '���';���;; y.;l .,.',. 7; '/_' KOTICB;.,,.',;,;, A j, 3/^ '.' \  (Sold Commlasiouer and Copper kinir Numbers'  Mineral claims, situate in the Kettle Kivvr  - Jiining Division orYale,DUtrict. ..-.,.-.  WiruttB tocATED���In Copper Campi ���  '-n v;,  Take notice that. I Patrick I. Dermody, Free ,  Miners' Certificate  Number   U40533 for myselt ?-'  and as aeent for Thomas Ii. Garrison Free Mio-  ' Certificate Number H42601, intend ��ixty daj-a  from djite hereof to apply to the Mining Recorder  fcr a Certificate of Improvement* for the nurpoK  of obtaining Crown Grants to the above claim*.-  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37. must be cpminenced before the issu-  ance of such certificate of improvements..);. ;,'���',:��; .���������  Dated this 17th day of December 1901.    <:'    :,  ���yy'^ti-'TA. ���'���'���''���'��� :A'^. ;J-���'.'���;",-.-r. j;,DEkuoDvi; ���..  scenery unrivalled for (rran- '  deur.   Boating, Pishlne and Excursions.  Resi,  MODERN POLICY IN MINING.  Laift PlaaU Make Uw Grade Ore�� Profit-  _..,,.,;,..; J,.,, ���,.'.,,.iW��:.,:,-v.,.7.7./.:'  '.:n^  The- oldest gold quartz mine in California, the Empire of Grass- Valley*  has' adopted - the -modern policy in  mining, namely to increase Jts reduction plant to correspond with'/ its ore  producing capacity. ,This is the  modern, method .of, making low grade  ores yield a profit, /l'he Tread well  Mining Company, of Douglas Island,  Alaska, was. practically the discoverer  ofthe method and the first to put it  into practical form on a J large scale.  The company's property contains a  quarry of low grade ore,-'averaging less  thanjjfe per ton. But the mass is so  big and facilities for mining and milling  are sb good that the only requisite to  make it pay to work was a large  enough plant to reduce the volume of.  rock that may be extracted and de-Jj  livered from the vein. A vein which  would be worthless to a poor man or a  weak company was thus converted  into a big-paying proposition, for the  Cost of mining, milling, office and  other expenses does not retch ��2 per  ton, and a good margin of profit comes  out of the daily, reduction of,.1,500 or  2,000tons ofless than$3 rock.^Ex.;  ing  dent,Physician and Nurse.,,.Telegraphic com.  muuicatlon with all parts of the world; two  mails arrive and depart every day.. Its baths,  cure all nervous and muscular diseases; Its waters heal all Kidney, kiver and Stomach Ailmeutr  Terms: - S15 to J18 per week, according to res-  dence in hotel or Halcyon Hot Springs. Arrow Lake B. C. ������.-!'. , ,,:  t  7       DOMINION AVE.,  '/:; ;';7^HpENIX,^,Bv'''4:':  First Class in Every Respect.  Meals served in that delectable style  you've been looking for. :  The best of everything to be found  in the markets 'of'th^Bount^aryZAZ'Z  -  Managed by an old and experienced  caterer: ���'���'''.'"��   '.'������"'     r '',':���/.,.//.- ''-.'  Give us a call and you will keep on  coming.. ..������;. .      ,- ���,;,7. ;/'���>. J. /���-;:-; ;���  L. CfflTTENDEN,  H  //-'���' ^  Piopne^Z   :;- "Z  j.jlilffll  If-iilGEf-;  Leave Orders at City   /  -77:V;:rClerl(?;S:;,pffice/;733  i-it ���;�� '..-'���<l-.'i:-ilV-.v<;,fc.-<(:*jrrii('i3ia^',t iVe, v.'.*.-'-  j->>       PHOENIX, B.G3  ssf*    asUsst^ Ussssssl    . JsasssV .��JsssflssssssssssssssW *   ZasssssH-/  A City of Wonder,  Progress and Pros-  perity. ^^^^^^^^=  ASHNOLA  RESOURCES  COAL  r '       *��  T  COKE  GQBD  v���.��  COPPERr  SILVEE  ^,W.kftU��-l1H,  LEAD  ������ ���-. ..-.is- j- ��� \ r��vT/T- -*"i'!V iK*'.��*7.T  ���-a n i 'O^q^j- vi my I  ;/  ^HB development ofthe Coal Mines, the  installation  of water, electric  light  arid power "plants are already arranged for.:;  The development by .the; Ashnola, Qp&tCom-  s '-"'    s..*'-.���*-*" ;i -, ;��.���*- ii '���..*��� -,i       -Y y if.   %. y  pany of their property owned by the Toron-  ';"-'' 'i.      ".'.��" 'fe*rJJ/ A'       ;Y.*i*-J'~\   ��� '-v.  to Syndicat^Jiid th& ^eq&pmenti^o? tfceir  mines has already been arranged for which  * :dafa^ guarantee of /two/ large payrolls for  ^# ' V|' 9"~��A'"Z 3" a ���;   Z "A'Z        /' 7/  * ^slmola/ 'ijdts'ih As^nola^are a safe invest?  '���*V~i  ASHNOLA  RESOURCES  Large Herds of Cattle  Fine Grazing Lands  merif ^al^are���ribw selling at from $50 t6  \$$%5,^Sjpe^^tin cash;/ balance in 3,' p  and 9 months without interest.  :YV  ,,.     Crows, Nests'shares advanced from iic to $80 in 4 years.  Tl AfU/.i> V    i-h.Y^Y'^i.... "  lots in-3iock-s.frotn-1-to4.and 13 to 20 will be  .icentfi,per monlliTintil'May 1st, ^opao]]a^d|^sor^er^ice|it.  in  All  advanced   25 iper  all  ItQi JT%Qain$$f.bibcks^--^i  (All Kinds Jof J Fruits  : Hayj-Meadows Galore  I Vegetables of Every Kind  "Gamein Abundance  i Millions of Feet of .Timber  Placer Grounds that Pay.  ���yi.\  ���Wa  !9  A J.;/'./''-'. 7-Welfitailsie.Malto.  The Ottawa postal authorities desire to know the weight of mail matter  dispatched over the Canadian Pacific  and Grand Trunk railways, as the following order has been received by all  postmasters in the Boundary, and we  understand the order applied to the  entire Dominion:  "Sir���I am directed to request that  you will be good enough to have the  mails recived at and dispatched from  your office via Grand Trunk or Carur  dian Pacific railway train, only, weighed; for a period of thirty, days, commencing on the 24th day ,of February  and terminating on the 25th. day of  March, 1902, both days inclusive.  The word mails includes the bags and  sacks in which the mails are sent and  received ; also, all postoffice supplies,  registered boxes and packages sent or  received. Sunday is to be included in  the specified number of days on which  mails are to be weighed, when mails  are sent or received on that day.  ������3??3^^^  Change of Seryice  .Until further advised the Steamer  K0KANEE for Kaslo and MOYIE  for Kootenay Landing will-leave7./-  Procior, connection from Nelson  ;,being as follows :   J        ,     J  For Crows' Nest, Winnipeg, St.  Paul, Chicago, Toronto, Montreal and all Eastern points,  LEAVE            NELSON ARRIVE  7.15 A. M. DAILY���6.I5 P. M.  Phoenix : Bakery  ';.^.;;C7,VY?>GREER,;lPRpp.;:. ZZ-.  Phoenix;, Street^' ��� Opp. P.O.  Bread; Delivered J Daily to all  parts of the City.  When we say we make good Bread  we are only repeating the words of   ,','  . our many customers. To the stranger  (.::; s we say, Try,. It,aud  be .convinced. .  VIKB,'CAKH3, COOKIKS, DOUGHNUTS, Ktc, always on hand.    .-,        ;;  Light Express hi Odiuiectioii  . "7 "' ���������-':y.'ft1'lw/pHpN8,'a.*'-'-''s���.'/';/ 7  NELSON &   FORT- SHEPPARD  -. ":Mi)MOtJNTAIN;E,Y. | y  ���'. The only all-rail route between all points east,  west, and south to Rossland, Nelson and all intermediate points;' connecting at Spokane with  the Great Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R. &  N.Co.-:: .;J,,.;,_;. .J.i.'-'J'''  Connects at Nelson with steamer for Kaslo and  all Kootenay Lake points.  ' 'Connects-at'Meyer's Fallsi with-stage dally for  Republic, aud connects at JBossburg with stage  daily for Grand Forks and Greenwood;  " iBuflef' SIceper'run' oh' passenger   trains between Spokane and Northport.  /   ; 5BFFBCTIVK SUNDAY, MAY 5, 1901.  ;   leave. ���; iDailyTraiu Arrive,  0:20 a. in................Spokane......... ...7:15 p. m.  i>��5 a. n>.........;...Kosi>tand��� 4:10 p. in.  940 a. m. Nelson 645 p. m.  J";'���-'' ���;" ���;:'���" -'- "h. a. jackson,-* '';';-;  .    General Passenger Agent.  For Kootenay Lake Points  Kaslo:  and  LEAVE  4.OO P.  NELSON,  M.������DAILY   ,      EXCEPT  8UNDAV  ..ARRIVE  IO.I5 A.M.  Canadian Northern.  A dispatch from Victoria states that  the provincial government has received  telegraphic advices from Toronto to  day 10 the effect that MacKenzie and  Mann have signed the contract for the  construction of a railway from Yellow  Head Pass to the coast, where it will  connect with the Vancouver Island  railway and terminate at Victoria.  THE   PIONEER   LIMITED.  "As OlbersSce Us."  " Nothing richer has ev:r been pro  duced by any railroad."���St. Paul  Pioneer Press.  "The 'best thing' the railroad  world can produce."���St. Paul Dispatch.  " Prominent and discriminating peo  pie marvel at the cieation of elegance  and comfort wrought by the modern  car  builders."���Minneapolis Tribune.  " The Pioneer Limited stands today  perfect in construction, gorgeous in  finish and the acme of luxury and  comfort."���Minneapolis Journal.  The " Pioneer Limited," the only-  perfect train in the world, is now running daily between St. Paul and Chicago, on the Chicago, Milwaukee and  St. Paul Railway.  Take the " Pioneer Limited " for all  points in the United States and Canada.   All agents sell tickets.  R. L. Ford, C J. Eddy,  Pass. Agt. General Agent.  For Kootenay Lake Doints, Proctor to Kokanee Creek connection  -from Nelson will be 7.15 a. >i.  Monday, Wednesday and Friday  returning the same evening at  6.15 P. M.  For Time-tables,  rates  and  full information  call ou or address nearest local agent, or  O. W. Dey, EJ.Coyle,.  Agent, A.GP.Agt.  Phoenix, B. C.   Vancouver, B.C  J. S. Carter, D. P. A.,  Nelson, B.C.  ;-3:j',j���;/".EASTERN / ���''���'���"���/"-;���'  Townships Bank;  ESTABLISHED 1859.  CAPITAL '-" - - 7 $2,000,000  CAPITAL, PAID UP - $1,742,535  RESERVE FUND  -  -   $1,050,000'  ..'-/������    BOARD OF DIRECTORS:  R. W. Henbker, President.  - Hon. M. H; Cochrane, Vlce-Pres.   ,  Israel Wood, J. S; Mitchell, G. Stevens, J. N.  Galer,   N; W. Thomas, C H.   Kathan, H. B.  Brown, K. C. .'���.'������������:���  HEAD OFFICE. SHERBROOKE, P. Q.  . Wm.   Farweli.,   Gen'l Mgr.,  Jas. Macklnnon,: Assistant Gen'l Mgr.  S. Kdqell,   Local Mgr. '  S. F. Mokey, Inspector of Branches.  .���;-.,    BRANCHES.  In Province of Quebec���  Montreal, B. Austin, Manager.  Waterloo, W. I. Briggs, Manager.  Rock Island, S. Stevens, Manager.  Cowansville, H. F. Williams. Mgr.  Coaticook, E. N. Robinson, Manager.  Richmond, W. I,. Ball, Mgr.  Granby, W. H. Robinson, Mgr.  Bedford, E. W. Morgan, Mgr.  Huntingdon,��� A. W. Watson, Mgr.  Magog, E. P. Olivier, Mgr.  St. Hyacinthe, J. Laframboise, Mgr.  Ornistowu, W. K. Hargrave, Mgr.  In Province of British Columbia���  Grand Forks, Wm. Spier, Mgr  Phoenix, N. Slack, Acting Mgr.  Agents   in    Canada,  Bank of  Montreal   and  Branches.  "   ' Loudon, Eng., National Bank of Scotland.  "     Boston, National Exchange Bank.  ".    New York; National Park Bank.  CollecUons    made at   all   accessible    points.  Drafts issued for any required amounts, good ut  all points in Canada,   U. S. and Europe.    Exchange bought and sold.  Savings   Branch    Department    at    Each  Office.  Interest allowed from date of deposit and com*  pounded annually without requiring attention ot  depositor.  Office Hours: 10-3: Saturdav from 10 to 1.  An Unprecedented  Offer to our Subscribers.  BOTH NEW AND OLD.  Special Bargains.  Special barcains in new and slightly  used pianos at almost nominal tiguiW,  from $300 tip. Every instrument guaranteed. Easy monthly payments may  be arranged. Greonwood Music Store,  Greenwood, R. C.  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  Tragi,   /Including Handsome Portrait^  JT C��i    V.of King Edward, 17x32 inches./   Phoenix Pioneer and New York  World, Thrice-a week, both  for one year   1  Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Family Herald and Weekly.Star,  both one year :   Subscriptions received to all Magazines and Periodicals at publishers lowest rates.  Send all subscriptions to this office.  PHOENIX, B. C. ma  mm4(  Wit ft.!;-,'.! :<M-  iip^t'  -'pa;i-<-n'  mm  !:1 *,!*;#��  .MB  '.���i  Mm  III  $10  fjpfl  Jf  &M  m&  mmn  mm'  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  Good Bar in  Connection.  Large Sample Rooms.  Electric ��?��.*  j*. j* j* Bells  and Lighted  ie Dominion House  GILLIS & FORREST, Proprietors. ^^^^_  ���Centrally Located  THE ONLY FIRST-CLASS  HOTEL IN PHOENIX  Old Ironsides Avenue  ���as���s���n�����    Wear a WINTER STIT or OVERCOAT made by  ricAULIFFE s^ tailor  and your Friends will praise your taste.    Union help only employed*   ��� !  o  Bellevue Hotel  -=_; ��� Makshaii. &"Shi a, Props. = -��� ^-=--=  In Connection with Aetna Lodging House.  Knob Hill Avenue, Phoenix, IJ. C.  BUS MEETS AIL TRAINS LIVERY STABLE IN CONNECTION  Best Obtainable  Hiands of  Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  'Phone 29  Dining Room   I'irst class 111  Kveiy l\uticular.  ������   ' " " ���  :*#" "�� :  ! An OUIICC of Fact   is worth a ton of fiction.    He  Peoples' Cash Store  I  t  I  City and District  -is worth a ton of fiction.    Here aie tarts that the  have to offer you. Read, Mask, Learn and Inwardly Digest. Our  stock of Groccnes, Glassware and Crockery is second to none in the  lntenor They were bought right and 1 am 111 a position to do busi  nass cheaper than any of nn competitors Iheieloie in) customers  derive the benefit. All goods maiked in plain English and it will not  cost you one cent to come and leai 11 the prices. ���,.       T  Phone 61. Hardy-McKenzie Block,  -#  BRIEF NEWS NOTES  MATTERS OF GEN-  ERAL INTEREST  TO   PHOENICIANS.  t  ���  ~mJ*  Dr. Mathison, dentist, Gieenwood  Boili 'phones.  FrFPARINC.     FOR   A   BA7AAR���'l'he  Ladies' Aid ol tlie Piesbytenan chinch'  are making pieparalions for a ba?air,  which will be given loi the benefit of  the church on the 15th ot May.  Had Arm Brokin���Albeit Lai son,  timberman, had his right arm broken  by a falling hammer, in the No 2  shaft of the Old Ironsides mine about  8*30 Monday night, and the next day  went to the hospital  Tin. Kirchners Thursi>a\���Next  Thuisday Prot Kirchner's Family  Ore hestra will give anothei entertainment at Miners' Union Hall, the  company having been enlaiged since  the last visit in Februai).  Nelson, Cranbrook, Lethbudge,  nipeg and on east.  .**  Win-  Sicurfd Good Po��hion���John L  Parkei, formerly in charge of the  Brooklyn and Stemwindei mines in  this camp for ovei a year, but who  has latch been making his headtpiaiters  in Spokane, has, been appointed manager of the North Star mine in JEaat  Kootenay, Finnic Robbms, the fotmer  manager, having itsigneci Mi Paik-  er was formerly connected /.with the  North Star, and the mine is reported  to have netted $600,000 lioin ship  ments, half of which has been paid in  I dividends I he position of manager  is icgarded as an exce'lent one.  Clo*>i io Cascadk���It is now expected that the tiack on the Gieat  Northern branch line into the Boundary will be laid as far as Cascade by  the loth inst., and that no further de  lays are expected in laying the rails  into Republic.  Remember ihe Date���'l'he Ladies  oftheChuich of England congiega-  tion have secured Miners' Union Hall  for the evening ot Tuesday, April 15th  A firstclass entertainment will be  given.    Remember the date.  RElURNtD IROM  IHE EAS1���J     E  W. Thompson, ol the firm of Moinn  1'hompson 6: Co , who has been awaj  tor seveial weeks, returned last Mon  day. While absent Mr. Ihompson  visited Revelstoke, being inteie->ied in  some mining pioperties in .the Big  Bend, which are turning out well. He  also went as far east as Winnipeg  Contrary to the confident expectation*-  of his friends, Mi. 1 hompson letiimed  as he started���alone.  Laroi Audiincj I or Easi Lynnf  ���Wednesday evening one of the largest audiences of the season greeted  Miss Georgia Harper and her company  at Miners' Union Hall, tlie pla) being  the old but ever new "East Lynne."  Miss Harper was well supported and  evidently pleased the audience to no  small degree, as the villain was hissed  with vigor and the lieiome cheered at  the pioper times. The company was  well above the average that gets as far  up into the mountains as Phoenix,  Miss Harper, of course, being the star,  around winch the whole pla> centered.  It is said th.it $160 weie the door  receipts.  .*���*��� nut; tame in like n lion tint- m*hi.  Next Monday is payday nt the Granby  niiru-b.  John   Forrest is now in  the Skeena  river district.  No meeting  of the fit)  count il  w. s  held this week.  The Norilen hotel cafe wi'l be re opened next Monday.  Huii\ J. McQu.iid  was a  visitor nt  Grand Forks this week.  Keep jour eve on  tlie while  haired  coon next Tuesday night.  ,   Partof the equipment of the Phoenix  General IloBpitnl has arrived.  P. Donaldson, of Giand Forks, wasj a  sisitoi 111 Plioenix Wednesday.  Ranch e-jgs and oysters can always be  had at the Dominion House cafe.  Look out for the biu challenge event  Tueada/ of ne\t week at the rink.  Mrs. Albert Fraser left this week for  Rossland, on a vit-lt to her mother.  K. Robertson, manager of J Y. Griffin's Nelson branch, was here Thuisday  Don't bet .ill yon have till y n see the  tinker's coons, at'the rink next Tuesday  Born���At Greenwood, on February  28th, to the wife of Fred J. Mitchell, a  son.  W   -    -  in Grand Foiks tins week on legal busi  nesH.  ' W: X: says:���"Come to us with your  money; we are hungry and will raise you  one."  Judge Williams gave, a ping-pong  party Wednesday evening to a few  lrieiuis.  ,, City Clerk McMillan is now sending  out his 1002 assessment notices to those  interested.  Born���In Greenwood, March 1st, to  the wife of Sydney M. Johnson, P. L. S.,  a daughter.  John W. O'Brien has begun the erection of a hotel at Anaconda, adjoining  Greenwood.  Afiee deliveiy service has been inaugurated by the Dominion Express Co  m Gi^nd Foiks.  TIijh is (tin tjMi*j6ii when we are ili-lng-  i*tl with catalogue**: of tilt-eastern .lepait-  iiiciil stores. They make g .oil kindling  The lii'Ht orchestra reheard tl 01 the  I'hoenix Colored Minstrels will he held  next Wednesday evening at llardj-  McKenziu Mall.  Joe Deiham left bv Saturday's train  for Bur'on City,r6n Arrow, lake, wheie  he looked after some interests in miiieial  claims for a few davc  Col. Holme?, D. 0. C, visited Gt. en-  wood last Tuesday in c lined ion with  the formation of a rifle ertnpmiy, for  whuhitiH aaid about 35 mimes have  been secured.  Next Monday week the. St. Patrick's  hall will be given by Phoenix Mirier*,'  Union No. 8 at the hall. It will he a  masquerade hall arid will doubtless be  we. 1 attended.       *  Albert I. Goodell, foimerlvof Pnehlo,  Colo., recently appointed manager of tlie  Standard smelter, at Boundary Full*1, is  now 011 the ground in t hinge of the  establishment.  Miss, M. Patterson, who for bonu* years  has made her home in l.adner, B. C, is  visiting her brother, W. I. Patterson, of  this city, nreviona to returning to her  home in Ontano.  The last of the German insulators required for the Cascade power line, were  unloaded last w;eek at Hartford Junction.  Thegang of men stringing the wiie is  making steady progi-cs.  Rev. K. P. Murray, who has been  pastoi of the Piesbyterian 1 lunch at  Midway for the last year and a half, and  has teientlv lesigncd, is having for his  Id home in Nova ^u-itia.  ;J. H.JBIome, the iihologianher, of  Grand Forks, well knowii throughout  the Ruiintinty, died last week in the  Smelter City, after an extended illnei-s  He left no relaiives, so far, ns known.  'lhe meeting of lhe Kettle River and  South Ok.inagau Pioneers, which was to  have been held at Grand Forks March  let, has been postponed, the meeting to  take place at the same place September  1st  The recent election in Greenwood  Miners' Union No. 23, remlted in choosing the following officers for the next six  months Piesidtnt, Donald Mcblashen;  viee-pieBidetit, Samuel McClelland; sec-  letary-treasnrer, George H. Dougherty.  Kev. J. H. White, ol Nelson, occupied  the pulpit of the Congregational church  last Sunday morning,, and that of tlie  Methodist church iri the evening. Mr.  White lectured in Greenwood Monday  evening on "Forces of the Twentieth  Centniy."  NOTICE.  *^*KKHOT1CH.ttaU��c|��rt��^ferm��1y  T existing between George fc- '"e*Xl���,*,Jn  and the uViersiKned ror cuttl��.? ��^o�� *�����"',"��,,  ?.*.-��"near I'Sioenix. aud selling "o" '" lhc  SST'dtoil"*: ��>"1 forther 'f"',"?'of \^A  ana    remuving   .^-   :_���..��� ,,ru  BelSATIONAL  ;, -   ���        I ofScraiitoii.  Correspondence icnooi i*a.  Glv,s you a choice  of NINT^COURSES   of  Study.     German, ^ench and SP��..��*!_ ^  with tlie Phonograph, giving-tlie '�������  voice    Write for catalogues.  C. H. ESCHBAUGAH.  Box 751, Rossland. B. C.  ! FRESH  Fits  DdtvstY  Btearf, Cakes and  Pies, etc.  City?Bakery  ��� J.McCAGUE,  ��� ���'.  ��� Irbiisidei Addition, Phoenix.  || FOR RENT  IA good start  tiisurcji a mifc finish.    And you  have to be on time to make a good start.  A Reliable Timepiece  will help you to make a good start no  matter whether it is for it journey or the  usual daily vocation*. Insure yourself  against delay and disappointments by  Kolngto a reliable place lor your wauls  in the watch Hue.  GEO, E. DEY,  will be found ready tocater to your wants  ut the lloyle lildj. on Knot) Hill Avenue.  J. FERGUSON  PRACT1C.U, IIOUSK AND SIGN  PAINI'KK,   DKCOKaTOK,   KTC.  Pbocaii, B.C.  Ever)'  Bottle  Guaranteed  Stemwinder  Double Dwelling House, each (16.00 per  Month.  Log Cabin, $8.i�� per mouth.  Centrally located rooms cheap.  Stores and Offices all parts of town.  FOR SALE  Three Roomed  House and Contents.  Bargain, $400.00.  Double Dwelling House, a Bargain.  FIRE, LIFE and  ACCIDENT  _     I   INSURANCE  BUSINESS MENTION.  Lodging house to rent. Apply to  McArthur & Monk.  Old papers for sale at the Pioneer  office at 2 5-cents per hundred.  Doc. Wan 1 ed���Good Fox Terrier  pup wanted. ' Apply to P. 0 Box 93,  Phoenix.  Nitrous oxide and oxygen for painless extraction of teeth at Dr. Math-  son's.    Both phones. *  Moni-v 1'Ound���Found on Church  B Cot Inane spent a couple of days  street, on 16th mst, a sum  of money.  Owner can have same by proving  proper!) anb paying for this ad. Apply at I'ionh-p Op net.  SiruAiiON Wan 1 ed ��� A woman  wants a situation as cook in a hotel or  boarding house, or will wait on table  or wash dishes; cooking preferred. Apply at Summit Hotel, Phoenix.  Tea Dollars Reward.  Lost, December '30th, on First  stieet, near the Knob Hill hotel, a  gold ring with setting Finder will  receive a reward of $10 by returning  either to the Dominion House or to  the Pioneer office.   ���, ,,  FIRST STREET  ON THE BRIDGE  :.:.  Every oiie likes to secure  tlie BEST when catering to the Inner Man and  are ever in search for some  place to satisfy their wants.  Good wholesome home cooking that reminds us of the  good old days at home is  what you enjoy, most, and  what we supply. We are"  ready to cater to your wants  at a:, hours, with the J;. Busi.  the market affords, j  Mrs. Jenkins & Mrs. Barnett  PROPRIETORS.  Now is the time to buy Republic  Stocks. I-atest quotations furnished on application.  MCARTHUR & MONK,  AGENTS  P. O. Box, 33. V. & N 'Phone, 51'  m  THIS WEiEK  CHOCOLATES AND  I    BON BONS  Freshf Clean and Sweet.  ' ���^-ssiis^sssMs^sMssslMMssssplMsWsMHMMssVMHn  UtO.iMlIti  ���'���   ���������������������������������������������������������������  IL P. MCKENZIE,  THE DRUtflST.  Hardy-McKerizie Block.  Stationery   Right things in Writing. Your acquaintances always notice the stationery they are addressed upon .  We have what is demanded by fashion's decree���it is proper  and right.  McRAE BROS. & SMITH,  Stationery, Books. Notions, Cigars, Tobacco, Confectionery.  C. A. McChmg & Co.,  Hay, Grain, Feed, Rolled Oate, Etc:"  Phone No.' 36.'     STANDARD, AVE./PHOENIX.  BOTTOM  PRICES.  JG-W.IrU MBERGJ R,  AGENT FOR DOMINION C |  ���������  Tkj-41 Orl Junl 1���James Bieen,  formerly ot I'hoenix, who is building a  smelter at Ciofton, on V.incouvei  Island, expecis to have it read} to blow  in by the first of June. There will be  two furnaces, of a capacity ol 400 tons,  with room for a third. A convener is  also being constructed to run in con  Jnection with the smelter. Herman  Bellinger, of Butte, and David B  Votheringham, of Spokane, are associat-1  ed with Mr. Breen in tlie enterprise,    j  Church Services Tomorrow.  Methodist���Service tomonow evening at 7 30o'clock at Hardy-McKenzie  hall     Rev. G R  Kinne\, pastor.  Congiegational���Preaching services  tomuirow at 11 a. in and 7 30 \ii m  Rev. D H Reid, pastor. Communion  following moining service  St. Andrews' Presbyterian* Church,  Service tomonow at 11 a m and  7*30 p. in. Sunday school and Bible  class .it 3 p" in. Rev J. M. Millar, M.  A , pastor.  Church' J of England���Tomorrow  being Mid Lent 01 lefrtshnient Sun  day, the set vices at St John'*, church  mil be as lollows . Holy communion  at 8 a m , Matins and Litany at u a  m., and Evensong at 7 30 p m At  the close 01 Evensong, special music  will be rendered. Rev. JE. P. Flewel-  hng, vicai.  DISSOLUTION OF PAR1NERSH1P.  TltH partnership bcrctofore existing between  J A McLean and J C Conway, under the  firm name of McLeaa & Conway, has been  dissolved by mutual consent. J. A. McLean  takes the turning and plumbing business and J  Couwa> jLhe house furnishings  AH outstanding bills due said  firm,as shown  I   A  McLean.  J   C. Conway.  Those who miss the hockey match at T&^'ite Z^ f^*u>  the rink next Tuesday evening will iniss     ah outstanding lulls due saiu u ���  ���..  , ,    , .. byfiim's books, will be collected by J C Conway  the event of the Winter. who is authorized torecelpt for same    All bills  .    .,       , ... ,,        said firm owes, as shown by books ol firm, will  At the close ef tlie morning preaching  be paid by j.x; Conway,  tomonow at the Congregational church, j   o��tedat fhoenix Feby 28th, i9��  communion will be held. 1  Dr. MacDonald, dentist, will be at his  ofliu*, Bank block, from Match 10th  (after arrival of train);to 13th.  B A Hunter, of Rossland, was a visitor in thecity laut Sunday,accompanied  by William Hunter, ot GteenwooJ.  Ai>seB8ment work ia bumi* done on die  Beuna Vista claim at Harttord Junction,  by Jcipepli Bassett for John Ko|*ers.  If you wai't a nice dinner for .Sunday,  or any other lime, telephone your order  to the Dominion House one day ahead.  PHOENIX has a Greater record for shipments than any other camp in British Columbia  ���    for 1901.    The Boundary shipments  for 190I: aggregated;380,090' tons..of Gold-Copper  5   ore.    No citv has a brighter future than Phpenij?.;. ;       "       ,. ..'^CU   -, -. ��� . Z  .;..���     OWN YOUR OWN HOME���Residence property in all parts of the City at lowfig-  5   ur,es and monthly payments.    Houses for Rent.    Good opportunities for investment.  j        Add^ G. W. RUMBERGER,  : Domifliou Aventfe, P&oefiiz. B. C.  ������������.  9'   .. O  ��� ���  ' ���  '���'������  Notice of Application lo B. C Legislature.  NOTICK/ilS HBRRKY'.GIVKN that application will be mndeto this'-session ofthe Legisla-  turc of IS < for an art concerning the power  of the Phoenix Water Supply Ci> Limited  an the same appears in its Memorandum of Association and conferring upon the company further  powers of constructing, operating and maintain-  11 g nn electric light s) stem in the < ity of Phoenix and \iclnit> in connection with its water  works system aud confirming an-agreement entered into hetwetn the Corporation of the flty  of Phoenix nod Jay V. Graves, Wm. Yoteu Will-  janisaiid Alfred Cornelius Hlumerfelt, Dated the;   day of December, 1901,   , -  Mcdonald & uhisthrman,  Solicitors for, Applicants.  Dated the 28th day of February, looj  Thell. HUNTER CO.,AM.  Dry Goocls,7 Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Gents' Furnishings,  Looking for "Dough"���C. Chffe,  editor of the Sandon Mining Review,  has sent a letter to the Phoenix City  Council, asking for cooperation in  getting but an illustrated pamphlet "to  advertise the Kootenays and Yale  He says the C P. R. and the govern  ment aie taking a large number of  copies for distribution Up to the  present wilting, the ,city council has  given the communication a nice, comfortable place on the table, wheic,it is  likely   to   remain.  Enid Maiuiv Conceiu���A small  audience had the plensuie last 1 uesda)  evening of  hearing a  select  musical  entertainment   by  the Knid   Ma'tin  Concert Co. at  Miners' Union   Hall.  The several numbers on the interesting]  programme were well  received, and!  showed cultivation on the part' of the'  performers     The artists  stated  afterward", that one  of the most "arjprecj'  ativ audiences they ever had was here  in  Phoenix    From here they went to  '      Greenvoad Ajjalp Beatep.  Tuesday afternoon a delegation ot  Greenwood curlers came up the hill to  get satisfaction from the Phoenix devotees for the beating they igceived  here several weeks .igo JJut they  fared little if any bettei. In the fust  game the lesult was as follows :  Gieenwood ���Birnie, Humphries,  MJerritt, Russell, skip, 12, Phoenix���  Porter, McLaren, Strachan, Crawford,  skip, 18  The second resulted likewise, only  more so, as follows ���  Greenwood- Keith, Cameron, Gordon, Strickland, skip, io, Phoenix���  Hardy, McKinnon, McNicbol, Boucher, skip. iS  Up-to-Oate1  Don't Throw Them Away.  It is juet like thromng awav monev  when you throw awa- the fcNOW SHOE  TAGS which are on e\erv ping of PAY  Roll Chewing Tobacco. fca\ e them and you  efcn have vonr choice of 150 handsome  piepents." Tags are good up to ianwry I����-  mi. Write for our new lbuBtrated premium Catalogue. The Empire Tobacco  Co. Ltd. Winnipeg Jiranch, Winnipeg,  Man.  Tlie ;boIsiiceof  our. Stock ;v.of..���'.������.  Will appear for the Bpneft pf %  Phoenix Genera! Hospital  Phoenix, March 31 and  greenwood, April 2d.  Grand forks, April 3 and 4  3 7 AND  For Men, Women and  Children���- at ,Greatly  = REDUCED PRICES  Choruses, Sobs,   Duets,   Part Songs, Qike Walk,  Etc.,  Concluding  wjtih a LAUGHABLE FARCE.  J. F. HEMENWAY,  piptcjroR  Ger��p Soe|s  tp be Cleared at CQ$T.  Special Values in MEN'S DIGGING  SHOES* Qpstog out 0CM ^es t0  i?|alge fopi$ igt Spring Gbods?  BSeS6SSSW!5W5!  ^jiiuiauu;.Biiaaiaagj  Ppminion Avenue, Phoenix^ B. G  tisft* t lUt^vSii q<KCks��*s\Rb.>i.��'iii  mmmmm  ; ^v i'''���'������:


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