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 (J  ��S.  v. i  \i  Boundary Mines Sent  Out 390,000 Tons of  Ore in J90J. ^ <#  Devoted to the interests of the: Bouadaiy Mining District.  6  Phoenix is the Centre  and Leading Mining  Gamp of Boundary.  Vol. III.  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA; SATURDAY, MAY icy r9oz.  No, 26.  1 A  <*&  f. ml  fer  ' ** 7 if  0*  V 48!  ', vifj  J Of*  ���St  S   '  t     <?,  y    <  M1  S.K  THE BIG STORE  I MHHHtrhM  -'1=  Greenwood.. Grand Forks Sandon.  M0RRIN,TH0MPS0N&C0.  A most trying and troublesome question at this time of the  season, isn't if. Especially in a mining camp where it is  hard to obtain table luxuries and delicacies such as one has  a craving for.    However  This has been  Remedied  to ft great extent, inasmuch as we have  made it our policy to give our customers the very best of  every-tiling in the Grocery Hue���and take care to have it  fresh.-  Keep an Eye Open  I or our shipments of Fresh Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables  and all Delicacies in Secsu'. We aie Miie we ecu ''Drive  1 hat Care Away," and convince you that we keep our  minds upoirthe question of "What You Will Eat."  Fresh Vegetables and Fruits  Standard Groceries and Canned Goods.  Our Supply is constantly be;ng replenished with Fiesh Goods of  such Standard makes as the Tartan Brand Canned Goods, Blue  Ribbon, Ceylon and other brands of Teas, etc. California, Walla  U alia and Home Fruits and Vegetables; Best of Butter and Eggs.  POST OFFICE STORE  GREAT CLOTHING SALE  FOR ONE WEEK ONLY  All Suits Ranging in price from  $15 to$;20  are all to be sold at  $10.00  J 50 suits to choose from? a variety  of which can be seen in our windows.  This stock is complete and the early chooser will have the best  issortmeiit to choose from.  The materials are serges, whipcords and tweeds,.  There is. such a Jarge variety that it would be useless for us to  itlempt to describe them, but it is sufficient for you to know that  jou can select fiom an assortment not else where shown in the  Boundary country.  0RDERM0RE  MACHINERY  Two Big Contracts Were Placed This Week.  K)CK CKJUSHEK FOR THE KNOB HILL  Oanby Co. Also Oraercd Three Urge Electric  Motors lo Drive (be Different Macblaei���  Tout Coil, $100,090. i  J  Last week the Pioneer announced  that the Granby Co. had placed an  order for the largest air compresser  ev^r built in Canada, for use in, the  P.ioenix mines, to consist of two parts  of 30 drills each, This was the best  piece of news published in the Uoun-  diry' this year. >  This week-we chronicle for the first  time other orders placed by the  Granby Co. for a gigantic ore crusher  an J for three electric motors to drive  the air compressors and the crusher.  Tne total cost of the new machinery  when installed and in working order,  will be about $100,000.  Crusher Hodles 150 Tons Per Hoar.  The crusher ordered this week is to  have a capacity of 150 tons of ore per  hour, or 3,600 tons per 24 hours. It  will be manufactured by the Jenckes.  M.tchine Co., Ltd., of Sherbiooke,  Qie., and is to he delivered in tjyo  m >iiths. r  This ore crusher will be of similar  pattern to. that lately installed by the  same makers ut the Mother Lode  rn'ne, except that it will handle a  larger piece of<ore, and will have a  greater capacity per hour by over 100  per cent, c The crusher will be of the  Farrell. type, with steel swing jaws,  size 30x42   inches, and/will  have^a  R. P. Williams, the local representative of the makers, secured the order,  and contracts to. have it on the ground  and ready lor business in about; 60  days. It will be located near the  Knob Hill ore bins, and will be used  exclusively for breaking the ore from  that and contiguous mines.   ,.;������������0}'���'.'  L. A.'Campbell, .representing-* the  Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd.,  secured an order tor an electric induction motor of 100 horse power capac-  2,006 Volts, three phase;; with 7,200  alternations per piinute, and operating  at a full s��eed Of j?9o revolutions per  minute.   ;������_'  "���'"''��� .->.';������ ...,.���.���.?  Included in rtheiorder there are to  be compile* starting devices,, as fob  lows:':��� One'double pphr'non-automatic,  type B, circuit beaker, and one of the  same kino*, brtliulorrjatic; one double  pole, double tHrpwJcnife switch; with  a complete'se^'qj-gauges for recording  the [X)wer corisurncd,'arid six lightning  arresters, etc.        ';  When shipped; tbe.motors apd fix-,  lures will weigh jabout 150,000 pounds.  It is tiie intention to have them ready  when tile compressors are on the  ground, some lifne.in November, or  sooner if possible, <..    ���  tLEaED ClUtW OFFICERS.  NOW TALKING  OF MILLIONS  Boundary Mining Notes.  Smm Details of tbt: Nwealx Charch of Ear  itti'JFlittctt.  Last week Tuesday the annua! par;  ish meeting of'St. John's mission o(  the Church of England was held at  the church, artri j the following were  appointed and'elected office bearers  for the.ensuing year,*:. ;."���'.':,.''���;....,..  ...��� Vicar's church warden, F. L. Cock ;'  people's'4 church warden, Chas.1).  Hunter; sidesmen,JN. Slack, A. Mor-  kill, C. H. BohWfy G. R. Mead and  R. B. Boucher; auditor, A.G.Simpson;  treasurer, FVrLV Cock, (reappointed);  secretary of the vestry, N. Slack; lay  delegates to the s/hod,';R.B. .Boucher  and F. L. Cock; non-resident'delegate,  Q. P. Curtis, of Nelson.  The treasurer's account showed that  $1,578.09 had^.beeii received since  Jtine 26 last.- Thp cost of the church  as now furnished, .amounts to $2,02.5.  The vicar is pleased to note that the  church committee is entering upon its  work with .a decree of interest that  augurs well for the ihealthy condition  of the finances for the year.  IMPROVEMENTS AT WINNIPEG  M ke Pi*.  Of Tons of Ore From Granby  Mines.  CONTRACT FOR 100,000 TONS FIRS1  Porter Broi., the Contractor*, Will Befla la a  Few Days by Doing a Lot of ftrlapiflf for  the CoiBoaay���WbalMr. Orive* Salt.  In an interview at Grand Forks this  A deal for the Riverside, on West  Fork, is reported this week.  A car of ore was sent to the Trail  smelter this week from the Winnipeg  mine.  Some fine silver ore is being encountered in the Klkhorn, adjoining  the Providence.   ;  ;: For the last week the Mother Lode  smelter has been closed down, to permit connecting up the new. furnace.  The No. 2 furnace may be started today now. .i-.',/Ji .1'; v';-'^'.  Bad roads still prevent the hauling  of ore from the Jewel mine, Long  Lake, to the C. P...R. track, but it is  hoped to be resumed next week. R.  Meyerhoff has the contract.  Copper is being found in the quartz  week, Jay P. Graves, general manager I �� lhe 300  foot.leveV of the No. 7,  .r .1.   ;,   ���. ��� ��     . , ���   .1 Central camp, where the ore body was  recently encountered.   Shipping is be-  TOOK OUT  THE PUMPS  All Work on Golden Crown  Suspended.  ity, for driving the ore crusher. This  is also to be delivered in two months.  When the crusher is in use, it will do  away with much of the surface blasting  that; is now so much in evidence  day and night.  Two 700 H. P. Motor*.  Another contract made this week by  the Granby Co. was with A. A. Miller,  of Seattle, on benalf 'of the Westing-  house Electric Mfg. Co., of Pittsburgh,  Pa., for dynamos to drive the two air  compressors ordered, last week. There  will be two of these dynamos, of 700  horse power each, type C, induction,.  Belter SfclBfUf AccoMotatlMi  r-^:-:C^^r^M^--,-: ���... ;.:���.-:...;.: ���;>.���  ;Under date May^^uhe:.managing  director of the Winnipeg Mines, Ltd.,  writes-: 7,  Shipments from the 300ft. level of  the Winni|)eg-. mine:/ are increasing  steadily. During the past fortnight  more than-200 tons of ore were shipped, making the total-since April iotli  300 tons. On the 20th ulto. several  C. P. R. officials visited the mine and  the necessity . for increased shipping  facilities wasthen pointed out to them  by the managing; director. Superin-  ,��� tendent Marpple accordingly -rgave in.  structions that��� siding Accommodation  be atonce provided for six cars; -Larger ore buckets and a new; hoisting'cable  for the main shaft have been ordered  and an extension1 of the overhead tramway connecting the shaft house with  the railway siding is :to be made without delay.  A Toronto brokerrecently purchased  011 'change 1,000 shares of Winnipeg  stock at a nominal price. On presentation it was fouid to be forfeited stock.  .The exchange should:take some action  to prevent the publication of such  fraudulent sales; which are a shameful  injustice to the Winnipeg s,tQckhold<ys.    ;.������:..;......     ���������.-I.IW.'I  of the Granby Co., is reported to have  said as follows:  "Porter Bros., the railway contractors, have been awarded the ^.contract  for quarrying 100,000 tons of ore from  the surface or glory holes of the Granby  group, with the understanding that if  the work is mutually satisfactory they  will be ready to undertake the extraction of 5,000,000 tons of ore. . Porter  Bros, are to start work within a few  days. They will install" an extensive  plant, comprising derricks and steam  shovels.  "This is not their first experience at  that sort of mining, as they formerly  extracted ore under similar conditions  in the iron mines of Michigan, where  the quarrying system prevails to a  considerable extent. The ledge across  the Granby group has already been  partially stripped, but it will be stripped for an additional length of 1500  feet and for a width averaging 200 feet.  This, of course, is quite independent  of the underground development; work  directed by'the company.    ,  "When the new plant is installed we  can produce a tonnage of from 2500 to  3000 tons daily.     Our   mines," said  Mr. Graves, in conclusion, "are looking better than 1 ever saw. tKerh   look  before.    After examining, the  underground  development and   inspecting  the surface exploration  I   realize  that  my previous estimates of the oie reserves were away below the mark."  Begin Stripplni la a Few Days.  Supt Williams, of the Granby Co.,  informs the Pioneer that the first work  of Porter Bros, will be the stripping  of  the Grey Eagle surface on the southern  slope.   For this purpose a rope.' tram'-  way will be installed  shortly,   having  two stations, some 600 feet aparti One  of the Porter Bros, is  now  away getting the nlachineiy and  tools  needed  shipped'to Phoenix, and they ought to  arrivfi..by, next   week,   when   active  operations will be started.  ing resumed from this property  The 160 h. p, hoist, ordered by the  Granby Co. for the Old Ironsides  No. 2 shaft, is expected to arrive from  Sherbrooke next week. . The foundations for the hoist have been completed.  The Mother Lode smelter is sending its flue dust for treatment in the  briquetting plant of the Granby smelter. The new mud mill for making the  linings of the converters is beginning  operations, 'i  Work on the completion of changes  at the Sunset smelter is being rapidly  pushed with a considerable force of  men, and it will be prepared to blow  in in a very few weeks. The new  crusher is expected to arrive shortly.  Assays of $50 and $75 have - been  had recently from the Gold Finch,  near Greenwood, and the ledge has  been exposed for 300 feet. James  Sutherland and P. McDonald have  bonded the claim, and are working it.  BEEN RUNNING ABOUT SIX MONTHS  Seorgaalxea Company Will Take a Kesf  Because of Lack of Funds���Properly Is  Believe* to be All Right.  WILL PAY  OUT $40,000  Today is the Monthly Pay  ;:-: ���Day.::.r.r;':;:':v:;;.  OF THE mm MINES IN THIS CAMP  Has 460 Names oa the Pay Roll, Belof the  Largest List In the History of the Company.  RECORD FOR  FOUR MONTHS  Boundary Ore Shipments Are  Steadily Increasing.  AVERAGE OF 41,005 TONS PER MONTH  Details of Each Mine and Smeller for January, February, March and April���Com.  piled Specially for th( Pioneer.  The recoid of ore shipments, from  Boundary mines for the jfirst four  months of 1902 shows that there is a  constant increase in the amount sent  out, and it seems likely that the average will be increased'again in a short  time. The large increase is due, of  course, to the recent blowing in of the  Mine Jan.  Grunby mines 17,571  Mother Lode..... 11,988  Jewel  . .  Golden Crown... '.'.    \^)  two additional furnaces of the Granby  smelter, and as the Mother Lode smelter will soon have another furnace at  work, and the Sunset smelter is expected also to begin reducing ore before  long, there should be a furthir in  crease of at least 800 tons per day, or  about 25,000 tons per month.  Annexed to the ore shipment table  below will be found the details, by  months, of the two smelters now  operating in the Boundary. Briefly  put, 16,0,000 tons. Qf ore were mined  and shipped from. Boundary mines during the first four months of this year  and the Boundary smelters reduced  158,000 tons.   '   '   .   .  Of course,'the. Granby. mines and  the Granby smelter led in the tonnage,  followed by the Mother Lode, half a  dozen other mines contributing to the  total. The figures for each mine and  smelter, by months, are as follows:  REV. MR. MILLAR RESIGNS.  Has Beta Pastor la  Phoenix for Eighteen  Months.  At a special meeting of St Andrews  Presbyterian church, recently held, I  Rev. J. M. Millar, M. A., announced J $4��,ooo per month  his jntention qf resigning the pastorate  of the organisation in the near future.  Last Sunday evening Mr. Millar also  made the same announcement from the  pulpit, stating that he was impelled lo  do this from personal reasons.  Mr. Millar has been located in-Phoe-  nix for the last 18 months, and has  always been held high in the esteem of  Winnipeg...  Snowshoe...  No 7   Sunset   U0  Totals, tons 29,849  SME  Gianby smelter 17,197  Mother Lode smelter.. 13,28[  Totals, tons  Feb.  March  APri>  To"��l  20,206  30,5$)  41,831  109,697  12,402  10,6,96  11,584  46,66S  M40  M��>  120  180  200  630  250,  36  230  625  480  180  ...  660  250  250  ...  150  41,771   :  ...  150  33,708  ���:  54,486  159,820  5R TREATMENT  17,694  3P,aja  43,699  ,   109,462  11,020  12,582  12,129  i     49,018  ....30,484 23,714    ,   43,454 65,828 168,4fip.  Gradually the' monthly payroll of  the Granby Co. in this camp has been  increasing. When the daily shipments  were 700 tons, the monthly amount  distributed to the men for wages was  about $26,000. Then when the shipments were increased to 1,000 tons per  day, the amount increased to over $30,-  000 each month. And now tnat 1,500  tons on an averagej are being sent out  each twenty-four hours, increasing of  necessity the number of men at work  in the mines, the payroll approximates  Phis latter sum  is about what will be distributed today,  this being the monthly pay day. This  is the largest amount yet paid out for  wages by this or any other company  operating in the Boundary country.  The number of men employed in the  ca.np has been materially increased qf  late. A couple of months ago, the  Granby mines alone had. some 350  men on the list, which number has  steadily been added to till one day-  last week the total reached 460 men���  the largest number ever employed by  this company. In addition to this, tne  company's smelter has about 250 men  at work at the works at Giand Forks.  As announced in last week's Pioneer, by direction of the secretaiy,  ]ohn Inglis, of Brandon, Man., Supt.  Duncanson, of the Golden Crown  mine, two miles east of Phoenix, discharged his force of 12 workmen last  week Thursday, the 1st of May. The  pumps were, however, kept running  till Sunday night, when they were taken  out of the property on receipt of telegraphic orders to that effect.  Last year the Brandon & Golden  Crown Mining Co., Ltd., was reorganized "on the assessable basis as the  Golden Crown Mines, Ltd., the shares  being assessable up to five cents each.  The new company began business with  an indebtedness of something like $30,-  000, nearly all of which has been paid  off. D. H. Duncanson was engaged  as superintendent and manager of the  mine, and for the last six months  work has been uninteiruptedly prosecuted. In the course of the development some 625 tons of ore were shipped, a part of which gave very satisfactory returns.  All five of the assessments have  been levied, and the first two or three  were very generally met. Since starting the last time about $11,000 is reported to have been expended on the  property, and besides the ore taken  out and shipped to the-Greenwood  smelter, considerable development  work has been done.  Nothing is as yet known as to the  immediate cause of the suspension, but  it is believed to be a shortage of funds,  for the time being. The largest shareholder in the company is William J.  Porter, of Phoenix, who located the  property originally in 1893, and has  spent more on it than any one other  individual. Mr. Porter still has the  greatest faith in the Golden Crown,  and will probably endeavor to arrange  for a resumption of work. Under the  old regime the mine shipped 2,250  tons of ore. ,  FOR BENEFIT OF JOHN MclNTOSH.  Eagles Will Give a Smoker Next Friday Eve-  ninj.  The local aerie of the Fraternal  Order of Eagles will give a smoker in  their Hall (Miners Union) next Friday  night, May 16th, for the benefit of  John Mcintosh, the miner who lost  his sight by blast in the Knob Hill  mine some three months ago.  A splendid program is being arranged, consisting of songs, specialties,  boxing and wrestling. Light refreshments will be served, and all that it  will cost you will be what Judge  Williams, as master of ceiemonies,  decides. His motto is, "Fine li.nht,  but fine often." President Marshall,  of Phoenix Aerie No. 15S, has. the  matter in hand, and his committee are  hard at work to make the smoker a  success. Everybody and their friends-  are invited to the "Sta^" social and a  good''time is assured.  BOUNDARY ORE SHIPMENTS.  The following tabic gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines lor  his congregation aud of the residents,  of Phoenix generally. It is thus hardly  necessary <o, say that there is general  regret at his announced intention to  return to the east. As secietary of  presbytery, Mr. Millar will call a meeting of that body, to be held probably  in Phoenix late this month, or early  next,, to ta,ke action on his resignation.  Through the courtesy of the Westminster, the Pioneer presents herewith  a portrait of Mr. Millar, who has not  yet decided where he will be located in  the fUjtuje^.  for 1901, as reported to the Phoenix Pioueer-  . i '900  Granby Mines, Phoenix    04,533  Snowshoe, " ;         297  Brooklyn, "                 150  Mother Lode, Deadwood      5,340  Sunset, "   Morrison, "   B.C. Mine, Summit    19,494  R.Bell,      . "        Winnipeg,     Wellington      1,076  Golden Crown,       "      2,250  A'thelstan, ��             1,200  King Solomon, W.Copper   No,7Mlne, Central   City of Paris, "           2,000  Jewel, Long Lake....,         100  Carmi, West Fork   Ruby,      Boundary Falls   Miscellaneous .... .. ^       s 230  Total, tons  Granby Smelter treatment, tons    02,387  Mother T-ode Smelter treatment, tomi   1901  233,424  1,731  99,034  802  150  47,405  5(>0  1,040  550  875  605  350  S90  80  2,444  390,000  230.828  118,448  1'ilSt  Week  9,821  2,528  tio  1902  119,442  000  49,196  150  750  025  250 WA  1,140 THE PHOENIX PIONEER  V  ���ill  ;v>i  ?t >��� t;  Mm  if'  B Vmi's  mm  I? J-Mr  Wf'fr'l-'"  I��$  Mii.'ii''  ill  Mil  p;  *f  I The Canadian Bank of Commerce J  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  ��� Capital, $8,000,000.  Rest, $2,000,000.  HON, GEO. A. COX. Praiicai. E. E. WALKER, G<nc��I Manager.  I. H. PL.UMMER. Aii1! Cta'l Manager.  H. F. MYTTON,   Manager  Greenwood   Branch  *�������������������� ���������+-��+-��-M"��-M"��-M-��-��++-tl  ���f  ���  ���  ���f  ������  ���f  ���f  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  The Phoenix Pioneer.  PIONEER PUBLISHING TO.  AT I'HUKNIJC. H. C.  W. B. WILLCOX. Managch.  T.,,.s���_, .   t Business office No. 14.  Telephone.   } ManaKer'�� residence. No. 15.  hL'BSCKIPTIOXS IX  ADVA.SCK.  Per Year _.$�������  Sir Month* _  1.is  To foreign Counlrse* ..-,    .. 31��  lTvou are not a subscriber to this paper, this  Ik an Inflation to vou to become one.  Advertising rates furnished ou application.  Legal notices 10 and 5 cents per line,  four weekly insertions constitute one mouth's  advertising.  A visitor from Eastern Canada  asseits that the commercial success ol  'he Granby Company ha-, done more  than anything to reestablish confi  dence, paiticulaily in Boundary |iio-  l>euies.  Now that the fuurth Canadian Con  tingent is nearly leady to set sail loi  South Afiica, the Boers will probabh  come to their senses. It is ie|>oited  that the burghers have a health) dread  of the husky Canucks.  !!. C. legislators.     What a tiiumpii ol  -111.j1.1i nkIiI that would he.���(.edge  I'Rr in N AMfs ��� A "miserable  petty, tutiL- opposition," the Colonist  sa)s. Comp.ni->ons aie sometimes  "nulodoioui". Look at the array ol  viriht), integui), biillianry, iritelleu  uality, peitinaot), vciatity, ability,  and a whole lot 0! othei things, on the  government side of the Mouse.���Vic  toii.i rimes.  The Chinise Fight���1'iesent  Roose\clt lias signed the Chinese e\  elusion art and tliit will bar the  Chinese out ol" the United States as  well as its msulai possessions. I his  should strengthen the hands 01 the  people tit Biinsh ('tilumhia 111 the  light they aie making to keep the  Chinese out ol Can.ula.-Nelson News.  island, H. i t  ��� oal < oni< s fiom \a:n ninv  I'., anil a dm; r��|   -,,  (mis   .1   inn   is  pa d UiiLieSaiii when it'ic" hinded ���'�� n  Douglas island, Alaska.  Sifoit Ordeis fiom ft a  in.  liil  in. nt the Ndidcn < ale  8  PROVINCIAL NOTES  We Wanl Tb;m at Once..������..;  What? \\'ii\-, , Ic.iii i-otum lags���  uhite piefencJ l.o<A (iver w>ur iaj>  iwgs, and ,sce 11 \uu h nen't suinetliing  )ou f an tiini into tasli. First lot will  bibig high figures, 11 deliveied at the  1'ioneei oliice.  Keinembei )ou 1.111 get anytliing in  the 1t1.1rk1.-t at the Doiiiiinoii..;..  "Ami:h<" Plug Miiokmg Toljacco is  kinning in its meiiis. Have you tried  it?    Save the la"*: tli>-\ .110 valiiablt.  o  Take  THE PJONEER  ?  You should if you don't. It gives the news  of the Boundary. It works for the Boundary. It is owned by the editor and not by  any clique or faction. It is worth $ J 0.00.  It costs only $2.00.  GEORGE GIBSON  SilAVIXC PAKI.OKS  '������������ ani�� HATiiKOOM.  An official estimate of the total cost  of the South Aliican war to Maich  31st, 1902, places the amount at  nearly ^223,000,000 ($1,115,000,  000), This seems to be quite an  expensive little unpleasantness.  IumonJj  190.  j  MAY  1902  Sun.  Hon.  Tu����.  Wed.  Thu.  1  Fri.  2  Sit.  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  U  12  13  14  15  16  17  J 8  19  20  21  22  23  24  25  26  27  21  29 30  31  THE RAILWAY OUTLOOK.  It has been remarked that when the  Golden Clown mine has been closed  in the past, .he Brooklyn and .Siem-  winder were being worked. It this  rule works, we may expect to hear the  whistle on the north side of town Le-  fore long.  For the first four months of 1902  over 1 Co,000 tons of ore were shipped  from Boundary mines. The present  rate of about 12,000 tons per week has  only been in force for the last month.  The total for 1902 will be much  larger than for 1901.  If ever a man had his troubles in  building a branch line of railway,  James J. Hill is that man, and the  line refened to, it is needless to remark, is the Great Northern branch  from Marcus to Republic and Boundary' points, which is ultimately to be  , continued to both the Amencan and  Canadian Okanagan, as well as the  , Similkameen.  For years, owing lo the best organized opposition he ever went up  against, Mr. Hill was kept out of the  Boundary on one pretext or another.  Then last year he began building, and  after getting the rails down to this side  of the line, injunctions began to crop  up against his line that would have  discouraged an ordinary man. One  by one, however, he has sui mounted  them all, and at last has come out first  best. The immediate result is that  his contractors are now rushing the  completion of the Republic line, and  will soon have that finished.  But it is the Boundary branches in  which we are interested chiefly, and  there are straws blowing which show  that ere long there will be the greatest  activity on these feeders, on which  thousands of men will be employed.  As a rule, contractors will say but  little in advance of what they are going  to do, and this is no exception, but it  is known that they are preuaring for a  large amount of woik to be done this  summer and fall.  It goes without saying that the chief  ��� objective point of the Great Northern  in the Boundary is this camp of Phoenix. A section that can and does pay  a single railway thiee-quarters of a  million in freights alone in one year,  is worth looking after���and Mr. Hill  will not let it pass by. It takes time  to work out these problems, but they  are being steadily worked out, just the  same. Mr. Hill sees his mistake in  letting his great Canadian lival enter  this territory fiisi, and he will make  no more mistakes of this kind, if he  can help it.  The repiesentative of the Associated  [ Press in London declares that nothing  so elaborate as the coronation festivities in depicting the pride and pomp  of a world power has been conceived  or carried out by any nation since the  days of gorgeous Rome.  The   Oiaiigeineu   will   celebrate'at 1  ReveNtoke on July 12. 1 1 ���  .V York was elected   ma) or   of  thejr^.  city of Slocan last week. 1  Chief   fustice   Hunter  opened   the'  I  assises at Nelson on -May 6.  J.ile has lately been made a   btiiden  to the gambleis in Kossland. /   Vmn will celebrate the 24th of May  and  haitg  up  5^-3��   ">  $1,000  pri/e  money.  'I'hi'; week the annua) meeting < I the  Methodist church, Kootenay district,  was held at Nelson.  It is stated Chris Foley is lenioving  from Kossland to Vancouver, wheie  he is to occupy a piomineiit position  in laboi ciicles.  The C. P. R. has completed the  900 foot iunuel-ai the loop, between  Michel and Ciow's Nest lake It must  now be lined with concrete.  The Kettle River Journal is a new  weekly by A. A. Andeisou, published  at a new town on the new railway into  the Boundary, called Oiient���a lew  miles acrois the line from Cascade.  It is a blight and breezy sheet.  D. J. MATHESON,  IXbl/'KANCr    HUM,  HKI,  l.lYt, ACCIUKXr.  (*iiiii!iii��in!>rr lor InLiiiff Ufiilitvlts.  PlIOKN'IX, II.  i!rnvi.;s.Williaiii!�� H!<��.->-��� co> ���  Fiisi iiii,I (ilil.I.oil.iilcs Av<,  Phoenix. I'.  Phoenix Home Btewed  A.SCOTT,  Cu.VIKAiriOk AND   Ul.'II.DKK.  Kb I IMA 1 I'M Fli'KMMIF.r):  PHOKNMX, U. C.  II. S."caYlL\. ����'.  II. COCIIKANI.  CAYLEY-&-COCHRANE,  Solicitoks, Kt��\  PHOENIX, B. C.r  1 Our NKWIJne of \\ :ud;t  i and Chains  ! Must be Seen  er  to be ''Appreciated  These goods aie the wry latest in  kiii.iusiii)>. ;i' '  ry low price.  X    dt'Ml'M'   .'Hill     Ulil  * will be-sold at vei  i   GEO. EDEY,   I  �� Kin.ll Mill Avrliuc, I'll.rirx, &  6��^^$Kj>$.i^sJ44"J-^^>ri'-i^Js&<5^6>*  t5 Brewed by a Home Institution basjjproven the test and has made a Jfc  3! host of Friends wholtestii'y to its Good Qualities ^  I PHOENIX BREWERY |  Bj JULIUS MUKLLKRj Pkoi-kiktok. ����  ^ Corner Standard Ave. and Banner St.. Phoenix- ^  R. B. KERR,  'tAKKISTFK   AND   .Sol ICITOK,  NOTARY IHIliUC. ,������.'....���.'.:",'���  PHOENIX, B.C.  Premier" Dunsmuir is exceedingly  anxious to attend King Edward's com  nation, and wants to start by the 10th  or 1,1 th. But he does not wi.sh 10 ap  peal to the people first, and cannot  get the legislature, appaiently, to huny  up and finish. So he is in no small  quandaiy.  B. C. MINING NOTES  In the last few months the versatile  correspondent has had the Snowshoe  mine consolidnted with the War Eagle  at Rossland, the Brooklyn, the Stem-  winder, and a few others. In fact  he tried to tie the Snowshoe up to some  other mine just so often. He seems  to have missed connections this week.  Concerted efforts aie being made in  the Kootenays to induce the Dominion  government to inciease the import  duties on lead. If the mining industry  is to be properly conserved, this should  certainly be done. Thus far the Ottawa authorities have steered shy of  the question, and now pressure is lo  be brought.  STRICTLY   BUSINESS  EDITORIAL COMMENT  Narrow escapes from defeat seem to  be the lot of the Dunsmuir government  these spring days; A day mav bring  foil!) anything, apparently.  When Crow's Nest coal shares are  at a premium of several hundred per  cent, it is little wonder that interest in  new fields of black diamonds increases.  Don't wait for business loimpiove���  advertise.  Failure to advertise at the light time  has caused many failures in business.  Talk business in your advertising  and the adveitising will maks business  for the store. <���  A little advertisement will make a  big difference in the business of a little  establishment.  The store without confidence enough  in itself to adveitise will probably lack  the spirit which will incite the confidence of those about it.  Spring advertising should be bettei  than any of the adveitising that has  preceded it. It should not lack the  brightness which spring leads people  to expect, not only in goodsbut in the  general appearance of the store and. in  the way the article is presented |to  public view. ,  I.eRoi shares took   a   tumble   from  The Payne concentrator is '.o staii  up next mouth.  Shipments from the Slocan for the  year amount to 8600 tons.  Silver and copper are lower today  thin they have been for years.  A Seattle company is prospecting  for platinum in the Smilkameen.  The Monitoi in the Slocan has four  feet oi solid galena in sight, which also  carries $20 in gold values.  Next week the Trail lead refinery  is expected" to be in lull operation.  Its capacity is 12 to 15 tons per day.  The Rambler-Caiiboo concentialor,  which has been in course of 'construc-  tion'for several months, will be&taited  shortly.  During last week theonly shipments  from the Slocan city division consisted  of 40 tons of concentrates from the  Enterprise.  The sale of the Native Silver group  Ainsworth is re|>orted. The new purchaser, the King Solomon Mining  Co., will start woik at once.  Duiing March the Whitewater mined 5,650 tons of ore, producing 536  tons of concentrates. Theappioximale  profits for the month were $4,935.  The Sandon Paystreak says it is reported that a tramway will be built  from the Sunset to Cody this summer  for the puipose of hauling Tiade  Dollar ore.  London papers of April 19th have  come to hand and state that the plans  for the amalgamation of the Rossland  Gieat Western and Kootenay com  panics at Rossland is assuming, form  and piopoition.  WORTH   KNOWING  King Edward Lodge, U.D.  A. K. and .\. .V.  Regular Ci/lllKlvii.iclt1 Ml Sp in. Set  omi Titui', I:iy of rrcll iiidiilll.  l.inerstnt mtitltu*. aic.illtil. Mas nic  ifnll, Mi>rriMjn--\mk'r>>oii Hlock.  (���  (���  Go to the  for a  PALACE LIVERY "^   _.,.���, ..   :  2J..-...- - Class. ���.  IWM   STABLE IWWW   turnout.  We kcej) a well stocked stable of Driving and Saddle  horses which arc well suited for'Icing drives. Special  attention given to sleighing parties.  Light and Heavy  Transfer,  COLLINS * McQUAID  PROPRIETORS.   SH=H���SSH:SH=n;  DRUGGIST.  o ������-  JXO.V. HKMKNVV VY  bttrcta-y.  I-\ I,. COCK  tt\ M.  <��^fes  PHOENIX ARIB,  NO. 158.  Micltufitj on Kri-  d.iv 8 30 p. 111. nt  Miir.il>' t/iiioii Hall.  Visiting      brethren  cordiall} invitetl.  JAMKS XUKSHAU., I res.     R.I.   HOYD.Sl-cy  Phoenix Lodge No. 28,  ...KoigchtsolPytHas.  Meets ever)   fucsday llt^lsl  ���t7.joj>. in., Kardy.McKcnzit  Hall. '  VisitntK brethren  welcome.  K A Scott, C. C.  'l) J'Matheson. K. K. S.  White Cooks'and Waiters' Union  No. 12* W.- L. V.. of Phoenix.  Meetri Tii"mI:iv   niirlite, 8;3> o'clock :tt  Miiieri!' Union II.til.  s. I'. I'AI.MKK,  President.  Miss I.'ukk,  Secretary.  Those desirmi: helpapply to secretary. 'Phoneme  J-J  ;p  PRACTICAL HOUbK AMI SIGN  PAINTKR,    DKCORaTOR.   KTC.  Phoenix. B.C.  BAKERY  BUSINESS   FOR -  II. D. PALORCiA.  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Cuaiauteed.    Imported Goods-.  KINK HO'dls. AND SI10KS MAIIK '10  OKLlKK.  PRACTICAL   MINERS'  AND   PROS-  PKCIORS'SHOES   A  SPECIALIV.  Corner Phoenix St. anil-Brooklyn Ave.  O  ������:.'i��u,^w^wig^^^'awBi3MgawBgr.  M  PELLEW-HARVEY.  BRYANT A G1LMAN  VANCOUVER,B   C.  PROVINCIAL  ASSAYERS  E  Till'.  VANCUI"V|;r AShAY OI'FICK  Kst.ltilishcd   1S90.  ' .Min-raUncniificd and Their Valuu, Kx-  ' plainerl. <  ��� FREE OF CHARGE.  Have V��iu a Piice of Doubtful Rock? Just  Mail it to us. Mill and smelter tesis up to  4000 tin.   Checking Assays a Specialty.  SALE  For paticulars inquire of  J. S. McCAGUE,  o*^_ Phoenix, B. C..  One of the best evidences of the  faith of capitalists in the Boundary is  the increasing amounts being spent  yearly by theC. V. R.on its Boundary  lines.  WHAT EDITORS SAY-  Did He Solve Ii���The late Dr.  T. DelVitt l'almage left ah estate  valued at more than $.500,000. It is  to fee hoped that the deceased solved  the oft .quoted simile concerning the  passage of a camel thiough the ej;e of  a needle.���Vancouver- World.  What a Triumph���A piece of  Talking against time seems to be a d��g's &n\\ was recently grafted upon  favorite pastime of both government t a human head jn Saginaw, and the  and oposition at Victoria., And' patient is doing well. Bye and bye  Beither Seems lo accomplish much for science will be able to do most any-  Ihegood of the country, " {thing,  probably inject brains into the  Refining copper by electiolysis  coits fiom l/j cent to $4 cent per  pound.  The melting point of copper is  slightly higner than that ol gold and  the latter has a" consrdeiably higher  melting point than silver.  The chlorination process is not  adapted to working sulphuretscontaining coppei. The consumption of  chemicals is too considerable.  The cat at unit weight for gems is  four grains. As used in describing  gold, it refeis to the number of parts  of pure gold in twenty-four paits of  alloy.  Gold is never found p#re in its  native state. The purest native gold  known is from Mount Morgan, Queensland, Australia, said to contain 98.7  to 98.8 per cent.  The Treadwell company consumes  140 tons of coaj eyery 24 hours. This  Permanently Cured  while \ou work and without pain, of  (.Tonoriliot'ii, Syphilid, !ji"tual WcakncgB  and nil 1'rivute l)is>i>nsi'f. Varicocele  ami Hydrocele; cured ?|ioL'(lilv and forever. No knife uih] nopani. Our pain  le;-:i solvent treatment i!i--i)l\esEtricliiro  while you Meep Willi woiideifiil rapidity.  No cutting, Chionic ilibcdpi-s of the  Heait, Stom.i'-h, J^iver, Kidneys and  Bladder uued to fc'ay cmcii. Quick  cure for Catarrh and Rheumatism, , If  tinablu to call, write Home treatment  always Riiccest-ful. Consultation free  and confidential.  Addres letters to Box 644  English Medical Institute,  The  Savoy, Cor Howatd  and  Main  Ave. oi>p Grand Hotel, SPOKANE, WASH.  .A"  ..'..    NE,Wk  EDITION,  iNTERNATIONAt  Dictionary  -    A Dictionary of ENGLISH,  Biography, Geography, Fiction, etc  New Plates Throughout  25,000   New  Words  Phrases    and    Definitions  Prepared, under the direct  supervision of W.T. 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'    *  1^5,000 tons of. ore  The Pioneer is published every Saturday and  and is sent to any pan of Canada or the United  Slates for  $2.00  COMPANY:   Agent for   PABST BEER  Complete I.liieorsnmplc,  per Kai���or the rest of the world for $3.00   per  year,    it gives the  Latest and Most  R. GREIGER,  Manager e<K*  GREENWOOD  liliafele News  of Boundary Minns and Smelters  and independent, and aims to be  DOWN TO DATE.  Your subscription can begin at any time.  SI  It is feailess  Address with check  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  PHOENIX, 1? C.  Phone orders Solicited. GREENWOOD and PHOENIX, B. C.  '���������Wfi'SSSSS  Wmi  fe����istegj^R^^ -1  ii^-' ^'JraTl^WTJfBStBa^nflrri^iw r?v^^ tr^x r*i i^ri ^i^^x^-gp^g''a;mr'vr'ffJ"*T~^t-^M' j  ; /������ r ���*��p;>t(wt ��  iz^s&sv^izn THE PHOENIX PIONEER  r ����������������������+���������+���������+���������+���������� �����*�����������  Equitable Life  ^strongesr en tne World."  Assets $ 33��.568,o63-49-    H.ALLENBERG, Manager,  ..   "mmmmmmmm 605-606 607 Empire State Building  bUKiM.us $70,137,170.01 SPOKANE, WASH.  L. W. MAJOR; Asst. Manager, Rossland, B. C.  ������m+++++++++-H+,��> ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� M. �����4 < H  ,4?  ^  ,i<i  LIVERY..  STABLES  Knob Hill Avenue  FRASER & LANDON,  IVuti'itONK No. 10...'��� PROPRIETORS  (101 NO UP THE NO��TH FORK.  An Extension to be Built 10 Buuadary Cool  Field*.  Assistant General Manager Moiiis  of the Kettle Valley, lines, of Grand  Forks, has made the following official  announcement:  "The report that we intend to build  from Republic to Spokane in the hea  future is premature, to say tlu-' least.  It is true we have secured .the'necessary authority to construct a line  through the south half of the Co'lv'illc  reservation, but that does not mean  that we will undertake the work this  year or next year.  "Our policy also contemplates the  building of a line tip the north fork ol  Kettle river to the boundary coal fields,  but we have yet scarcely leached the  inital stage of gathering data or making preliminary surveys. ICvery'thing  will depend upon financial conditions  that have not yet been reached. It is  untrue that we are backed by the C:  V. R., or that we have acquired a  charter for the route up the Spokane  liver valley." r  MINING MEN  WILL COME  To Visit This Province Next  Year  AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERS  To  CANADA HAS SENT 7.3S8 MEN  Fight    the    Wily    Boers    la    South  May Spend Two Months���Should Result In  On at Good to British Columbia���All Men  ofH'gli Slmidliif.  PHOENIX  MARKET.  IPiBurns&Co.  IIKAI) OFFICE FOR BOUNDARY CRK.KK, GKKENWOOD,  HEADQUARl'KRS, NKI.SON, II. C.  I!. C.  ....Vbotesdle and Detail Heat Merchants. |  #&  Markets'at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Porks, Sancton',, Slocan City,  Silvcrtqn, New Denver, Yrnir, Salmo, Kossland, Trail, Cascade,  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway; Niagara and Phoenix.  jgi'FISHj OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  I, All orders receive prompt attention.  &M?  ��������.���������.*���������������....������.������������.*��������������������������������������������.*������������������������  M>;  Mm EXCHANGE STAGE  Between Phoenix and fipnwQQd,  Between Phoenix 10.00a. m.   Leave Greenwood 4p.jn  PAI]LY  A/S. 4 PAW, Proprtor/  Are Beautiful Specimen!.  Referring to the new combination  coaches   soon  to be  placed, on tin-  Boundary railway by the C. I*. R., an  eastern exchange says :  Cafe cars arc the latest addition to  the rolling slock of the Canadian  Pacific system. Six new cars were  recently turned out of the company's  shops at Hochelaga and will at once  be put in regular service. The cafe  cars are beautiful specimens of railway  architecture and elegantly equipped,  will supply a service not hitherto  obtainable on the system���an opportunity for travellers to secure dining  room accommodation and service at all  times.  Simply described, a cafe car is .1  combination first class passenger coach  and diner. Half of the car has the  standard passenger seats, while the  adjoining compartment . is a dining  room, backed up by kitchen and  pantry. Four of the cars have accommodation for 32 in the . passenger  section and 16 seats in the dining room.  The other two, which have been  named the Columbia and Kootenay,  to run in those districts, are pailor  cafe cars. Two of the cars will he  run between Montreal and Toronto  and two between Toronto and Detroit.  Talk  if"  m  The fifth annual meeting of the  shareholders of the Crow's Nest.Pass  Coal Company was held in Toronto  on March 7 th.  I he net profit of the year after paying  all  operating   expense   and    all  charge of every kind amounted to $207,-  848.39.    After paying a dividend at  the rate of ten per cent, per a>iui.tn., %  balance of $28,, 142.8,9   was    carried  forward to thp credit of profit and loss,  This   company's   assets   are   their  coal mines and the Townsjteof Pernio,  (���'our 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, limited, assets are,  coal mines,  timber, water power,  agricultural   and  horticuitiual land,   city   water   works,  electric light plant and the townsite of  Ashnola, suriotinded by the following  resources: gold,   copper, silver,  lead,  inn, lime, lire clay,   platinum and a  fine stock raising country and it is the  gmelting ceiitre o.f  the SiutilHrtqieeii  Valley, Atith a climate all that could be  asked.     Today you can secure an option on this Company's stock by paying ten cents per share down and ten  cents per month until fully paid,   with  nonforfeiture 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 $1.10 per share.      Do not wait until it is too late, but get in on the ground  floor and make a handsome profit.    t\  purchaser   p,(   too  shares   now,   may  gain   3,   profit of $Sqoo.oo.     Crow's  fcjest  shares a/e an example.      This  would be a fair profit on  311  invest-  rnaiH of |io.qo per month   for eleven  months.    We invite the fullest insnec-  tion of the company's affairs by intending purchasers.  For further information apply to  Simifaeen Valley C03I Cosnpany,  Nelson, B. G.  A great deal of interest has been  aroused bv: mining men by the an-  iiouncenient that the American Institute of Mining Engineers will probably  include this province in their annual  excursion itinerary next year, Alto  gether, it is understood, the party may  number three hundred of the mosi  prominent mining men of the continent,  and their stay in Hiitish Columbia  would be neat ly two months, 'I heie  are about fifty ineinbeis of the institute in this province, including W. J  Robertson, provincial.mineralogist,' and  nearly all the prominent mine mana  gei's and engineeis, including a number in the Boundary.  The Institute has just'held its 32nd  annual meeting in New York, when  following officers weie elected :  President, E. E. Olcott, New York  City; vice piesidents, (to serve for two  yeais), S. E. Emmons, Washington,  D. C.j lames Gay ley, Pittsburg, I'a.j  /. Henry Lee, Carbon Hill, Ala.;  managers.(to serve three years), E. W.  Parker, New York City; James \V.  Neilj, Salt Lake City, Utah; M. D.  Valentine, Woodbridge, N. J.; treasurer, Theodore D. Rand, I'hilidelphia,  Pa.; secretary, Rossiter W. Ramond,  New York City.  The president, Mr. Olcott, is the  senior member of the firm of Olcott,  Corning &: Peel, consulting, mining  and melaliirgic.il engineers, Wall Street,  New York. ��� Vice-Presidents. F.Em  mons, of Washington, D: C , is a prom-  inet member of the United States geological survey; F. W. Parker, of New  York; one of the managers, is managing editor of the Engineering and Mining Journal, while Rossiter W. Raymond, the secretary, will berememher-  ed by mining men as one of the expert  witnesses who gave evidence in the  noted Centre Star-Iron Mask lawsuit  at Rossland. The membership of the  institute is 3,027 including honorary,  life and associate members.  This institute has grown to be the  most important mining body in the  world. It includes among its members the leading engineers of not only  the United Stales and Canada, but  also of England, Germany, France  and other Europeatl countries, South  Africa and Australia. '  The importance of an excursion to  British Columbia by this institute, aiid  the probable effect such a visit would  have upon the future development of  the mining resources of the province,  cannot be estimated too highly. 'I he  members who |iarticipnted in such  excursions were naturally the engineers  whose opinions influence capital in  its investments to a greater extent prob  ably than any other .individuals possibly can do, The mere fact that the  council of the Institute favorably considered invitations sent from local  members to arrange for the next long  distant excursion to take in British  Columbia, demonstrated that the mineral resourcesof this country were attracting the attention of the world at  large and particularly of investors in  the United Spates..  It is eppte safe to say, that no body  ot men has ever visited British Columbia whose individual and collective influence is as great with capital as that  of the American Institute of Mining  Engineers. Last year the excursion  look in Mexico and Arizona, where  royal welcome was accorded the excursionists.  Wily   Boers  Africa.  Since the commencement of tlu  South African war Canada has sent to  the from 7,358 men, including the  2,000 now under way. On these  there was-expended $2,000,000. Then  have been in all eight, different corps  sent out as follows :  Fiist  Contingent,   infantry,   1,150  officeisand men.  '������ Royal Canadian Dragoons, 379.  First Canadian Mounted Rifles, 388  Royal Canadian Artillery, 539.  Stratlicona Horse, 579,  South African Constabulaiy, 1,208.  Second Canadian "Mounted  Rifles,  935-  Third, Fourth, Fifth and Sixti  C. M. R;, or fouitlr contingent, now  under way, 2,000.  Besides these Canada has furnished  afield hospital of 62 men and 16  nurses, and 1,004 men '" l',e l'"'^  provisional R. C. R. I. at Halifax.  Including 62 of the hospital corps and  1,004 stationed at Halifax, Canada  lias furnished a grand total of 8,424  men for British service since the war  broke out. Canada has also sent 40  ladies lo teach in the public schools in  Africa.  LOW ORADE PROFITS.  Treadwell Mine Report Show A Good Msrgln  Was Made.  The eleventh annual report of the  Alaska Treadwell Gold Mining company once more emphasizes the great  value of a low-grade free milling gold  ftZAAR  tty the Ladies'of  Sf.AndreBr's Pfesbyferidn Cfiurdi  EVENING MAY   15th  IIARDVHWCKCIVZIE HALL  ,. '    .. . t>  Begins at 3 p., in., when afternoon tea  will he served. Sale will continue  throughout the evening, duiing  jvhich an attractive program will be  rendered.  REMEMBER THE DATE.  "A.mhkr" Plug Smoking Tobacco is  winning in its merits. Have you tried  it?   Save the tags; they are valuable.  MINERAL   ACT  CERTIFICATE OF IIHPRROVEMENTS.  KpTl'CIt."  Gold Commissioner and Copper King Number 2  .Miucrulclaims, ultuatc iirtlic Kettle River  .   Mining Division of Vnlc Didtrlct.  Wiikkk r.ocATRK���In Copper Camp.  Tnl(<_- notice that I Patrick 1. Dcnnoilj', Hree  Miner**' Certificate Number II4055J for myhelf  hikI as iiRent for Thomas II. Garrison I'rt-c Mlu-  tr.i' Certificate Number fl42<Joi, intend sixty day*  from date hereof lo apply to the Mining Recorder  fcra Certificate of Improvements fur the purpose  of obtaining Crown Grant* to the above claim*.  And further take notice that action, under  Section 3;, 111.1*1 be commenced before the i*nu-  mice of finch certificate of Improvement*.  Dated this 17th day of December 1901.  6-n ���'.'    I'. J. BKRMOny,  Eiufmecrs, Firemen, Machinists and  Electricians send lor 40-page pamph-  et containing' Questions .isked by  Examining Board of Engineers to  obtain Engineers license. Address  Ceo. A.Zeller, Publisher, 18 S. 4th  Street, St. bonis, Mo., U.S.A.     29  ��� For a  : Reliable  : Timepiece  propei ty when the plant  upon  it  is I T ","e ye"r"nr"u"  sufficiently large to handle the  ore  in   J iswhat>'",Ked-'  ||Al.i;vn\ HOT Sl'ltl.VliS SAXITAIIIIIM  " Tlie most complete U t A I T U  011 the cniitlheiit of North n C H !��� I n  Aiucrlvii. Klluaieil lulilut R C C ft P T  'tveiii-ry unrivalled furgraii- " *- �� u " I  .leiir. llontliiK, I'WtliiK ami l{iti?iii'siuu��. Rciii-  ��� lent I'hy.slclnn and Nurse. TeleKiaphic com.  miinicutioii with all parU of the world ; two  mailH arrive and depart every day! ltd bath*  cure nil nervous and nitiMciilar dlHeasew; it* wai.  era heal ull Kidney, r.iverand Stomach Ailment*  Terms: fistoliS per week, according to rc��-  deuce in hotel or Halcyon Hot Spring*. .Arrow Lake 11. C. ,  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������a  Phoepix Bakery;  t'hoeuix Street.    'Plioiie }3,.  We make good  bread,     Try it.  ....C. W. GREER,   i'ROl'RIKTOR.  large quantities. The property of this  company is on Douglas Island, Alaskn,  and its report of oiierations lor the  year ending May 15, 1901, has just  been made public. During the year  theie were 457,802 tons of ore crushed,  an average of 1,254 tons every 24  hours. The average yield of the ore  was $i.S8 per ton, making the total  product $860,737. The total working  expenses, including office expenses,  amounted to $545,068, leaving a net  profit of $352,559. The cost per ton  of ore, including every expense of mining, milling, office, etc., amounted to  $1,1906. There have been extracted  since operations began, 3,802,133 tons  of ore. yielding an aggregate value of  $10,581,627, ah average of $2.79 per  ton The total expenses were $4,979,-  061, an average of $1.31 per ton, leaving the total profits $5,600,666.  J.BMACAULAY  CITY SCAVENGER  Leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office  *s*       PHOENIX, B.G.  Jewel ery  of every description suitable for bin hay presents enn be  obtained at  W. ZIMHERMAN'S  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������a  Touching Appeal.  A Kansas editor makes this touching appeal to delinquent subscribers :  ���ImsIi into your pockets and dig"up. the  dust,  The editor is   hnncry  and   the paper  'bout to bust.  We've trusted you   for several  months,  and did it with a smile;  ���So just return I he compliment and trust  us for a while.  Our wife she needs some stockings, and  baby needs a dress;  Jimmy needs a hat, so does Kate and  Bess.  Pud is on the hog train, Pepgy's sick  with grief;  And good gosh almighty, can't von give  a man relief?  Shell out those nickles and turn loose  those dimes;  Turn 'em lo' se and  whistle mid we'll  have better times.  There will   be   fewer   patches  on the  bosom of our pants,  And we would make the paper better  had we half a chance.  Don't give us that old story, so long  gone to seed,  'Bjut taking more family papers than  the lamily wants to read;  But help to feed the printer and he will  help our town to grow,  And  thus escape  the sulphur   in   the  regions down below.  Direct Line   Lowest Rates  ;Ea��t  winnipeg  TORONTO  OTTAWA  MONTREAL  NEW YORK  Wkst  VANCOUVER  VICTORIA  SEATTLE  PORTLAND  San Francisco  Via SOO LINE.  St. Paul, Chicago and all U. S.  Points  SptiMur rails ^nd ftortftere  NELSON &   FORT   SHEPPARD  11ED MOUNTAIN IfcT.  The only all-rail route between all points east,  went, and south to Kossland, Nelson and alt lu- .  teruicdiate points; connecting at Spokane with  the Great Northern, Northern Pacific andO. R. &  N. Co.  Connects at Nelson with steamer for Kaslo and,  alt Kootenay Lake points. '  Connects at Meyer's Falls with stage daily for  Republic,and connects at Bossburg with stage  daily for Grand Forks and Greenwood.  Uuffet Sleeper run on passenger trains be-'  tween Spokane and Nbrthport.      .  EFFECTIVE SUNDAY, MAYS, I9��I.  "':  Leave. Daily Train Arrive  9:20a.m..;. Spokane ,7:15 p. in.  .2:75 a. m., Rossland 4:10 p. m  9:40a. m. Nelson.; 645 p. m.  II. A.JACKSON,  General Passeuger Agent.  TOURIST   SLEEPER  SERVICE  I(.   .,, (Lv Dunmore Junction Dnilv.  1'AbI  (Lv Kootenay .Luml'g Tues.i Fri.  St.Paul, Toronto, Montreal and Boston.  West Leave Rovelstoke Daily.  Vancouver, Seattle and Coast.  HOME SEEKERS EXCURSION  Tickets on sale, westbound,  March   1st   to   April  .SUtii.  For Time-taMcs,  rates  and   full information  call on or address nearest Ux:al agent, or  O. W. Dev,  Agent,  Phoenix, 13. C  J. S. Carter, D. P  Nelson, B.C.  E.J.Covle,.  A.G.P.Agt.  Vancouver, B.C  A,  EASTERN  Townships Bank.  ESTABLISHED 1859.  CAPITAL - - - - $2,000,000  CAPITAL, PAID UP - $1,742,535  RESERVE FUND   -  -    $1,050,000  BOARD OF DIRECTORS:  R; W. Henbkek, President.  Hon. M. H. Cochrane, viee-Pres.  Israel Wood, J. S. Mitchell, G. Stevens, J. N.  Galer,   N. W.  Thomas, C. H.   Kathau, H. B.  Brown, K. C.  HEAD OFFICE. SHERBROOKK, P. Q.  Wm.   Farwell,   Geu't  Mgr.,  Jas. Mackinnon,   Assistant Gen'l Mgr.  S. Euoiit-t.,   Local Mgr.  S. F. Morey, Inspector of Branches.  BRANCHES.  In Province ofQuebec���  Montreal, B. Austin, Manager.  Waterloo, W. I. Briggs, Manager.  Kock 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.  Lafraiuboi.sc, Mgr.  Onustowii, W. H. Hargrave, Mgr.  In Province of British Columbia���  Grand Forks, Win. Spier, Mgr  Phoenix, N. Slack, Acting Mgr,  Agents   in    Canada,  Bank  of- Montreal   and  Branches. t:  "     London, Eng., NationalBauk of Scotland.  J4'     Boston, National Exchange Bank.  "     New York, National Park Bank.. '  Collections    made at   all   accessible    points..  Drafts issued for any required amounts, good at  all points in Canada,   U.S. and  Europe.    Exchange bought and sold.  Savinqs   Branch    Department    at    Each  Office.  Interest allon-ed from date of deposit and compounded annually without requiring attention ol  depositor.  Office Hours: 10-3: Saturday from to to 1.  THE   PIONEER   LIMITED.  '.'.As O^her-j Sec "s,��  "Nothing richer lias ev.-r been pro  duced by any railroad."���St. Paul  Pioneer Press.  "The 'best thing' the railroad  world can produce."���St. PauJ Dispatch.  " Prominent and discriminating people marvel at the cication 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.  Portland, O.r'e.  Is A Pink Tea Pet.  "An Undergraduate," writing from  Trinity College, Oxford, lo the London Mail, expresses the fear that the  Rhodes' scholarships will cause the  legular students to be ' swamped by  colonials and backwoodsmen, and  urges that proper care must be taktfii  to see that the winners of the Rhodes'  scholarships a,re "fit to be members ol  a society pi gentlemen.''  The tone of Undergraduate's plaint  will identify him as one of the pink-  iea pets whose prototypes in South  Africa are in dajly need of the colo  nials and backwoodsmen to get them  out of the pitfalls into which aristo-  craiic imbecility has led them.���Vancouver World.  Want tbe Earth.  Below is a rough calculation of what  the present provincial government   in  tend giving away to the  promoters  of  the Canadian Northern railway :  Lmitl at 20,000 acres per mile,  [1100 miles] acres  18,000,000  Limn t\t $3 per acre [18,000,-  000 acres] " *o-l ,000,000  Bonus of Jf4,800 per mile, [50  miles] '.           810,000  Bonus of $4,000 per mile, [550  miles]     2,200,000  Bonus of $4,500 per mile, [S>00  miles]     1,350,000  Total for 900 miles .$57,790,00Q  An Unprecedented  Offer to our Subscribers.  BOTH NEW AND OLD.  ePel/<  Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto  G-lobe (daily) both for One  year.       Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto  Globe, (weekly) both for One  year   Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Daily Herald, both for One  VAST   /Including Handsome PortnulA  ^y C7C1I    ^of King Kdward, 17x22 inches./- -    ���  Phoenix Pioneer and New York  World, Thrice-a week, both  for one year   Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Family Herald and Weekly Star,  both one year   Subscriptions received to all Magazines and Periodicals at publishers lowest rates.  2.50  2.50  Send all subscriptions to this office  PHOENIX  PIONEER,  PHOENIX, B. C.  Ml^'M'imUTC^���^^  KKrasiEBEsmi&tgsns&R&mnansaism ft i) ,�� J ' i  ..&; ,"*t'} i ���'   i  fisfji/^ ''  'J f  '5- ITis,,i   '    I *  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  ��� i w'i i" ���! t  ; 1 HI' '   i     '4j  Mi:'"*)  * if JJrfS  *5 .,*�������,} ��f ifcl  if W  HfSrafl t" i 'j"' ^  IPS?''-!  Mm  PI Mil  p-lt 11 <fIt"  weft, I vS'>  as.  tf"M%  if $ ' \ ���  Good Bar in |  Connection.  Large Sample Rooms.  Electric ��*.*  jtjtjn Bells  and Lighted  The Dominion House  GELLIS& FORREST, Proprietors.  Centrally Located  THE ONLY FIRST-CLASS  HOTEL IN PHOENIX  Old Ironsides Avenue  ��� ���������������������^������������������������^���������������������������������������������ee  Bellevue Hotel  Makmmi.i. & Siii-a, Pkoi's. -  .In Connection with Aetna Lodging House.  Knob Hill Avenue,  Phoenix, B. C.  BUS meets' all trams. livery stable in connection  e  Best Obtainable   Brands of  Wines, Liquors :md Cigars.  'Phone 29  Dining Room   First-class in  Every 1'aiiicular.  a  ��� ������������_-������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ��  l An OuriCC of Fact   is worth a ton of fiction.    He  Peoples' Cash Store  -is worth a ton of fiction.    Here are facts that the  have to offer you. Read, Mark, Learn and Inwardly Digest. Our  stock of Groceries, Glassware and Crockery is second to none in the  Inteiior. They were bought right and I am in a position to do busings cheaper than any of my competitois. Therefore my customers  derive the benefit. All goods marked in plain English and it will not  cost you one cent to come and leain the pi ices.  Phor.e 61. Hardy-McKenzie Block,  **  -a  BRIEF NEWS NOTES  MATTERS OF CEN-  ERAL INTEREST  TO   PHOENICIANS.  ��*  Dance ok Monday���Monday even  ing next Phoenix Trades  and  Labor  Council will give its annual  dance at  Mineis'  Uuion   hall.     It goes without saying that those who attend will |  his recapture. McGuiiewill probably  stay in Uncle Sam's country foi the  piecent.    hitve'n good time.  City and District Notes  ceieinoii) on the giounds pi 101 to the  delivery of patiiotic addiesses by Mayor  Holland and othei leading ciuVens.  Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday  of this week being Rogation Days, and  Thursday being the festival of the as-  cemion, services have been held at  St. John's church twice daily.  Last week the  new   24x36  Kairell  'ore crusher,  rerently  installed at,the  Mother Lode mine, with a capacity of  650 tons eveiy ten hour.s,   was given a  nial, and is now woiking satisfactory.  K. W. Monk, of the fiim of Mr-  Ai thin & Monk, who has been spending a couple ol months in Eastern  Canada, was in Vancouver this week,  and may leturn to Phoenix in a few  dajs.  way. lis ordinaiy ore inns $17�� I'C  ion in goldv and silvei. and he has  thousands of'ions in I'iiht ",l' '"  1 em is called the Meur.in Mines an  Minerals ("o. Evidently he has a  uood tbingf jnid'w ill make .��� hairel 01  money out ol it.  ����?  Such is the experience ol one Umw  dary mininu man, and it looks .i>  though those who have taken hold (  his first love, the Piovideme, unuh  also feather their i.ests in a must saiN  laciory shape.  CETTINQ READY TO BUILD.  Catholics  Held   an Important Meetlat Ihli  Week.  A meeting of the membeisof the  Catholic climrli wa: held this week  Thursday, to' ai range for going on  with the building of a church here.  Jas. Punch was chosen president; T.  Finigan, vice president, and A. F. McMillan secretaiy treasuier. Fathei  Beilard was present, and said he��ould  tiy to laise $3,000 outside to assist the  building rommittee. It is pioposed i<>  erect a coniuiiidious building on the  site alieady sei:uied and paid lot, some  lime this sunii'nei, the building to bt  about 35x50 feel in si^e.  The following were  added  to  th  committee to raise funds :  M. Monisey, Mr. Dubray, I. Ilower,  I'hos. Kelley, S. Mi Cany, * I'. Mr-  Kelvey, P. Foley, I). IJinei and  Simon Netto.  Note and Comment  Died in Hospcial���Harry Oikley,  a miner employed by tne (jranby Co,  died Thursday night in the Greenwood  hospital, after an illness of about a  week. He was afflicted with typhoid  pneumonia, andpwas an old schoolmate  of J. 13. Hoyle, the druggist  Huii/r Nfw Warehouse.���This  week Contractor Cieelman came over  from Kossland with a force of carpenters, and lias built a new freight shed  for the C. P. R. heie. The new warehouse is an exact countei part of the old  one, being abotil3ox40 feet in size.  Increased general business in Phoenix  is the cause of the new structure.  More Sinr. Tracks ��� Engineer  Hainbridge of the C. P. U. Nelson  staff arrived in the city this week, to  survey fot moie side tracks for the  (jranby Co., which that company will  shortly be in need of. 'There will be  about 600 feet put in, to connect with  a new tunnel that will be driven in  the Knob Hill at the 100 foot level.  Went 10 Caloarv���Dougald McMillan, formerly city clerk of Phoenix,  left by Wednesday's train for Calgary,  leaving many well wisheis here. He  will probably return to Phoenix latei,  but in the meantime his friends ciedit  him with" the intention of taking a  flyer in the cattle or sheep raising business. He evidently thinks Pat Bums  is making all kinds o( money.  Six Wki:ks in Jail���Two men  named Buckwoith and Coultas last  week attacked the telegiaph opeialor  at Eholt foi some fancied giievance,  whiledrunk. Mr. Choate, the 01 era'i r,  formeily of Phoenix, stood them off  till he got help, in the meantime giv  ing one of them a good dmbbing  Ofiicer Darraugh arrested the men,  and they weie taken to Nelson, having  received a sentence of six weelcsin jail.  Bazaar Next Thursday ��� The  ladies of the Piesbyteiian chuich have-  about completed piepaiations for the  Bazaar which will be held at Hardy-  M��Kenzie hall next Thursday aftei-  110011 and evening. The sale will in  elude many useful and fancy ai tides,  .especially foi childien's wear. In the  afternoon tea will be served, and a  .choice program will be given in the  evening, when an admission of 25  ���cents will be chaiged.  Hugh McGuiftE Broke Jail ���  Hugh McGuiie, formerly of Phoenix,  was in jail in Rossland this week, for  refusing to answer satisfactorily questions put in court about his finances,  when a judgment had been obtained  for $ioo by Crow & Moiris, and was  unsatisfied. The same night he was  put in jail he managed to get out, and  made tracks for the other side of the  4ine, it is supposed. The Rossland  tpolice are now trying to guess how it  happened, having been unsuccessful in I Monday  Dr. Mathison, dentist.  Rev. D. II. Reidwentovei to Nelson  last Satuiday.  Home made candy for sale at the  Bazaar on the 15th.  Danny Dean will box Billy Ann-  strong at Ymh on 24th foi $150 a side.  Ice cream and cake for sale in the  evening at the Bazaar, on the 15th.  John Giay and John Munay left b)  'Tuesday's tiain loi ihe Noithwest I'ei  ritoiies.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, will be at his  office, Bank block, fiom May 10th to  14th.  F. L. Cock and family aie spending some days at Halqon Springs,  Airow Lake.  Rev. Kinney attended the distiict  Methodist coufeience, held at Nelson  this week.  'The Winnipeg mine has shipped  ovei 300 tons of ore since the middle  of last month.  Fiank Mendenhall, a machinery man  of Rossland and Spokane, was in the  city this week.  Suiveyors on the proposed line of  the Midway-Vernon railway, will shortly be in the field.  Rev. F. H. Graham, rector of St.  Savioi's chuich, Nelson, was a visitoi  in the city Monday.  John A. Munson, railway contractor  and Phoenix realty owner, was in from  Grand Forks Monday.  A few homeseekers are coming into  the Kettle liver valley, from Alberta,  Manitoba, Minnesota and Scotland.  A. C Flumerfeb, wife and two  daughers, with Miss Clapham, of Quebec, are spending a few days in town.  Rev. Geo. Broadly, the new pastor  of the Congregational chuich, occupied his pulpit loj the first time last  Sunday.  John McKsnzie left this week foi a  trip to his old home in Ontario. Last  week he soid bis ranch neat Midway  to Frank  Richter.  Track layeis on the Kettle Valley  Line have reached the depot site in  Republic, where the "lasi" spike was  driven Apiil 12th.  W. S. Cook, who has been spending  a couple ol weeks at.St. Leon Springs,  Arrow lake, returned 'Tuesday much  improved in health.  One hundred men of the Rocky  Mountain Rifles, from Nelson, Kaslo  and Rbssland, will attend the Grand  Forks celebiatjon, July 1st.  A leportfrom Grand Forks states that  the sawmill owners of the Boundary  distiict have enteied into an agreement to advance the price of lumber  to $14 per thousand deliveied.  David Wadds, the photographer,  went to Nelson 'Tuesday. He will return next week Wednesday or Thursday, when those wishing artjstic work  can be accommodated.  Grand   Forks'   new  public  schoo',  which was built and equipped at a cost  of $18,000, w,is formally opened  last  There  was p  flag-raising  Volume 1, No. 1, of Justicia, pub  lished at Manila, P. I., has made its  appeaiance. It is published by Ebei  C. Smith, who will b.�� lemembered as  the publisl.ei over two years ago of  the now defunct Grand Foiks Daily  Gazette, and before that of the Ross  laud Kecoid. Mr. Smith is prac tic-  ing law in Uncle Sain'6 new possess  ions, and seems to be tunning Justicia  as a soil of side line.      1  F. J. Deane, who lecently took hold  of the Nelson Daily News, which was  loimerly the Minei, is making a really  good daily of the News. Not only is  the local well gotten up, but the genet al news of the section is complete,  the telegraph seivice being as good as  the C. P. R. telegraph people will  furnish anyone, Mr. Deane, by the  way, has not severed his connection  with the Kamloops Sentinel, which he  still owns. It is needless to add that  the Nelson News is a true blue libeial  sheet in its political complexion. This  ought to hell) some.  'Ten years ago Howard C. Walteis  shipped ore fiom the Providence mine,  near Greenwood, which was  recently  bonded on a basis ol $50,000.     'This  was one of Mr. Walters' first expei-  iences in mining.     Since then he has  operated in Lihby, Montana, where he \  made a mine out of the  celebrated!  Snowshoe;   then in Rossland,' where  the Sunset was promoted  and devel-  oped by his company; later he secured  I  control  of the Brjttania,   on  Howe'  sound, 30 miles north of Vancouver. I  The latter he sold to Butte capitalists,  and made good money for hinjselfand I  associates.  Now Mr. Walters is promoting a  mine in the San Martin valley, state of  Oxaxaca, Mexico, being located ten  miles from the Mexican Southern rail-  Churcb Service* Tomorrow.  Church ,of England���St John's  Mission; spfvices tomorrow, moining  and eveningcas usual.  St. Andrews' Prcsbytciian Church,  Service tomorrow at 11 a. in. and  7:30 p. m. .Sunday school and Bible  class at 3 pJm; Rev. J. M. Millai, M.  A., pastor.  Congregational���Pleaching set vices  toinuiiow nt 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. in.  Rev. Geo. Broad ley, pastor.  Methodist���Service tomorrow evening at 7130o'clock at I Jardy-McKenzie  hall.    Rev._G.-R. Kinney, pastor.  Apply  Lodging house,- to rent  McAithur'Jfe Monk.  to  Meals   2/ycents   and   up   at   the  Not den cafe.  FOR SALE.  Soda Fountain iindup|>liam-PS for sab*.  VYaiin dnys will soon be lii-ii', mill tliit-  ih the only t-oilti fonntuin in town A  ^dimI rliu|>c* (or ti-e ij)tht man. Applv  l<> 14. S. HcKenpie  Duininion Ave.  THE  BINER BLOCK  Near SeconcLjitreet-, on Knob Hill Ay.  Tlilfc N a two itory ktructurc 30x40 feet,  uitli 15*30 fpot addition in (ear, njiluhle  Tor shop." Second story 'titled for living  rooms. -Well built throughout. Will  nil at reasonable price mid 011 sallsfoc.  lory terms. I  Particulars 1  tory  the premise's from  can be had uu  MRS. T. BINER.  JUST ARRIVED  $1000  Worth of  ��#������  "Amber" Plug Smoking Tobacco is  winning on its merits. Have you tried  it?   Save the tags; they 'ire valuable.  Consisting of  The Latest London  and New York Novelties.  A Ffrst;Ciass  Fji Guaranteed  OH NO SALE.  An Inspection fnvited  R. H0RRELL,  "Bob, the Tailor"  Knob Hill Avenue.  ^Celebration:  GREENWOOD, B. C.  Firemen's  Tournament for all Comers.  Horse Baces, Bicyple Races, Base Ball Match,  and a long list of Caledonian Sports..  In the evening, at the Auditorium a special performance by the  Pfe��enix  ���*  G. R. NADEN, Chairman.     JUUUS gHRJJCH, Sec.  s::  Desirable  5 Odd pieces of furniture to  make your home more comfortable. A luxury you can  enjoy at all seasons.  CLARK & BINNS  FURNITURE DEALERS  have just what you want most.  ���������������������������������������  !���������������������������������������  ROYAL  ANTIQUE  HOLLAND  LINENS  The nine me only n few of ihf m����J' yuri-  tleH of* Pine WrllliiK Par-cm we hnvc in sliiei.  lonelectfiom Tliene ��re put "l> i" l"'"'k  coiilnlnliiK one quirt- e*"1'1VJV'',.V5.l'.'.ti!'''''  .nntch.    S�� Our WINDOW DISPLAY.  McRAE BROS. & SMITH,  Stationer);,   Books, Notions,  Cigars, 'Tobaccos, Confer.-        j  tionery, Photographic Supplies     j  We are shewing: this  week a Complete line  of   I  Purses  Card Cases  Pocket Books  Bill Books  Small Change  Purses, Etc*  Big Snap  in Some Lines.  A.P.MCKENZIF,  THB DRUGGIST.  Hardy-McKenzie Hlock.  j Palnters-0 Decorators |  !    Indoor   and  Outdoor  Work    ��,  Promptly Done with pure lead    ^  and oil.    Paper Hanging and  Kalcimining.  . Lmvi   Your Ord<n at Btllivut   Houl.  ,.���...'.,PHOENIX, B. C.  l%W%f&%A/%*%/%e%/%r%Ak%^^/  ���vi?r\  FOR RENT  Double Dwelling Houhi',  (.mli *]r  per month.  Three roomed house, $15.  HouBea in N. V.  Townsite  Ixwer town to rent.  Lodging Houne.  FOR SALE  Double dvvfliiiiK iiouuu.  Alan Mini line rent earning jiroi  ertv.' ���        '������  We have fonie good . horgaim 11  lots iti all |mrtn of town.  FIRE, LIFE and  *:  accident!  -���������" .;   ..-  INSURANCE I  MCARTHUR & MONK,J  AGENTS j  P.O. Bojc.jj,' .   V. St N. T'liouc, j) i  It  I  25;& Off  ��� All Stationery for  10 Days.  ��� Geo. S. McKenzie  ������������������������������������������������������������������������1  d, w, Mcdonald  Job Wprk Prprnptly Amended ^o.  Phoenix street (Buck of postoffice.)  Plumbing  & Tinning  Phoenix, B. C. i  litm  m  ..LfMITKtt.,  Repreicnte hy ), C, WhltMcre, Nelson, B. C.  ). F. HcmciwMy, Local Agent.  A DELICIOUS BREAKFAST TEf\  direct from the grower to the consumer  ���tfS  G.W. RUMBERGER,  AGENT FOR DOMINION COPPER COMPANY'S ADDITION.  PHQENJ3C I?as a Qreatsr Tpcgrc) for shipments than any other camp in British Columbia  for 190*, The Boundary shipments fpr 'jqoi aggregated 380,000 tons of Gold-Copper  ore.    No eitv has a brighter future than Phoenix, " ;  OWN YOUR OWN HOME Residence property it, nil parts of the City at low figures and monthly payment*.    rJoHs^s for Rent,    Good opportunities for investment.  Adte G. W. RUMBERGER,  Dominion Avenue, Phoenix, B. C.  1  *  t  ��  *  *  t  t  t  ��� ���  ���' f  ���  V%^^%^%^V%%^^^^^^%^^^%^%%^^%^^^v%^%^%-*.-*.i  The WM. HUNTER CO., Ltd.  '1  1  %  th  Si  n*h  ti'STrpr'

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