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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Nov 14, 1903

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 J, '������������  7  Boundary Mines Sent  Out 500,000 Tons of  Ore in J90Z   <&   &  Phoenix is the Centra  and   Leading Minin  Camp of Boundary.  CI  AND   BOUNDARY   MINING JOURNAL.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District.  Vol. V.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA   SATURDAY, NOVEMBER  .4> ,no3.  No, i.  M  Our Grocery  Department  j Is busy   these days -why-because,   we |;  ] give .satisfaction in quality and price and j'  ; last but not least in Variety  and   Fresh-  ���' ness   of   our  stock.    Arriving   twice a ���]���  ; week.  Fresh smoked  Halibut,     l  " "       Kippers,    ,-  20c i er lb.  , " "       Woaicrs,   j  JUST ARRIVED ;  , A Shipment of North Sea Herring 5oe per doz. ;j  North Sea Mackerel, extra large, 3 for 50c |;  ii     American Kams & Bacon,    ii  re  Pickled  ant  ('  Pigs'Feet at 15c per lb.  -   I'igs' Hocks at 20c per lb.  Spiced (  Mess l'ork, extra choice, 1 7c.  Fruits and Vegetables.  We have received a carload of Apples  from Lord Aberdeen's ranch at Vernon.  World Famous Varieties:'  Northern Spies, :, "j  Pewaukee, |  i  King,  Greening,  $2.00 per box.  Cape Cod Cranberries, Sweet Potatoes, ete.  Pricks Always Riciit.  11  IC'  'IIOKNIX  IU!   IIV  OKKKNWOOI)  GRAND HORKS  WMMSMSBESB^SiL  i  Apples  and  We have received a shipment of 200  boxes ol" Apples and Pears, direct from the  orchards. ,  This is some of the finest fruit ever  brought into the Iiouiidaiy, vou will be wise to  stock up without delay. There are several varieties and the goods arc in excellent condition  and will keep well.  Of course, we also have  Grapes,  Cranberries,  Sweet Potatoes,  and other things seasonable.  Prompt delivery guaranteed . .  POST OFFICE STORK.  SIX FURNACES  GOINGTODAY  Boundary Mining Notes. ;:  Shipments Also   Increased to  2,000 Tons Daily.  GBEATES1 SMELTER IN ALL CANADA.  After Many Delays Ihe Large Oranby Reduction  Works Begin lo Turn out Blister Cnppcrat  Kale of 1,500,000 Lbs. I'erMoalh.  The expected will at last happen lo  duy, when the Granby Co. will have in  blast all nix of the furnaces at Us Grand  Forks smelter,  and  will   be putting  through about 2,000 tons of Phoenix  'ore   each  twenty-four   hours.      The  smelter has been ready to do this for  some weeks, but was  delayed   on account  of the  non-arrival of the  shig-  hauling locomotive.    The latter having  arrived some days ago, and the tracks  lor its use having all been laid, if nothing more happens to delay the  entire  plant���the largest   of its  kind   in  all  Canada���wjll be in  full operation today, with a long, steady run   before it.  Orders have been received here  i1'-  ready  for  the shipment  of some 65  cars  ol ore per day���or 2,000 tons���  the   amount necessary to keep all  six  furnaces busy,    With the two furnaces  in   blast, at tlie  Greenwood   smelter,  and  the two at Jloundary.Falls," this  will make ten furnaces that are now  busy reducing the ores of the  Boundary, requiring some 3,500 tons of ore  daily to keep them running.  When   tbe  Granby Co. had it's old  complement of fqur furnaces running,  with the two   converters, the concern  was turning out about a million pounds  of blister copper monthly.    The presr  ent   inc."reus*?tx>f finnan*,  caparity u-Ui  mean, therefore, that something like a  million and a half pounds  of marketable copper  will   be  shipped   to the  eastern refinery each 30 days,  The New Additions.  The  new  additions to the smelter  equipment include the two furnaces of  the  standard   type,  manufactured, as  were the others, by the Allis-Chalmers  Co.,   of   Chicago,   the  previous  four  furnaces having given the greatest satisfaction.      Three   new   Connclsville  blowers have  also   been  added, thus  providing one blower for each furnace,  and one  in   reserve  for  emergencies.  An enlargement of the fine dust chamber was also made, by 250 feet.  In electrical machinery the additions comprise a 25 horse power moler in the furnace room, for the pur-  dose of operating the automatic  furnace-charging apparatus for the two  new furnaces, w"hieh, like the old ones,  is of the type patented by Supt. A. 11,  W. Hodges, of the smelter itself; also  three 100-horse power motors, to run  the blowers. Additional transformer  capacity, equivalent to 1,100 horse  power, has been added, affording  total of 1,700 horse power transformer  capacity. This is for use only for the  power furnished by the Cascade Water,  Power & Light Co., the company having 1,100 developed in its own power  house on the river bank below ihe  smelter. The Westinghouse Electric  it .Manufacturing Co., of" Pittsburg,  Pa., supplied the electrical equipment,  which is of the latest and most approved type.  The second locomotive for hauling  slag at the Granby smelter was shipped, from Sherbrooke, Quebec, by the  Jenckes Machine Co. this week.  A contract has been let by the Rath-  mullen Co., for cujting wood, preparatory to the resuming of development  on the company's claims in Summit  camp. '  The No.2 steam shovel, recently put  to work at the Granby mines, is doing  satisfactory work in'the No. 1 pit. The  No.3 shovel is expected to be shipped  from the manufacturers, at Lorain,  Ohio, the latter part af this month.  Five men and teams are at work on  ihe Senator in Summit camp, which  was recently bonded by the Granby  interests. The ledge i.s being stripped preparatory tp getting out ore'.  John Rogers is in charge of. the work.  G. Arthur Rendell, of Eholt, who  has a lease on the lithopia, m Long  Lake camp, has a Force of three men  working on development. This is  another high grade : property that will  shortly begin shipping to the local  smelters.  Work has been started on a raise in  the Granby mines- from the No. 2  ���tunnel to a point on the surface where  Porter Urns, did the stripping hist year,  a distance of 130 feet, This will give  another outlet or chute for oie from  the surface workings5.  The final payment on the bond on  the Elkhorn, in Providence camp, i.s to  be made December 1st, and will be  made from the profits from shipments  of ore from that property. This is  one of the high grade mines of the  Boundary that has been making an en-  visible record.  IS BONDED  Bank of England Claim Taken  By W. W. Carter.  BELIEVED TO BE VALUABLE PROPERTY  Claim is Most Promising, Being Located Near  the Snowshoe- Now Ucing Worked, and  Tesl Shipment lo be Made Soon.  Preparations have been made at the  'Metis and Hesperus mines, for continuing work all winter,;'The property is  beine onerated by-a thieagocompany.,  a shipment having already been made  to the Granby smelter, from which  good returns are reported to have  been realized,  LOCOMOTIVES  IN OUR MINES  Two Have Been Ordered  by  the Granby Co.  REPLACE  MULE AND HORSE POWER  Delivery is Promised-'on Board Cars In Ten  Days ��� Ordtr Secured by a Davenport,  Iowa, Concern���Is nn Innovation.  New Church Opened To-morrow.  The new Catholic church, to be  known as tbe Church of Our Lady of  Good Counsel, will be used tomorrow  for the first time. The church bell,  which has already been blessed, will  be rung tomorrow al 9, 9:30 and  10 a. m., and at 7, 7:15 and 7:30 p.  111., just before each service. The formal opening of the edifice will be held  probably at a later date.  The church will represent an investment of about $3,500, including the  cost of the land, and it is said to be  one of the neatest little edifice ; of the  kind in the Boundary, being quite an  ornament lo Gospel Hill, on which are  located also the Anglican and Congregational churches. Father Hedard,  as usual, will officiate at the services  tomorrow.  Lalest Prices in Metals.  Nkw Yohk���Cupin'r,   i-lei-trolvtie und  lake, $18.25 ��' *13.50.  Bur Silver. 5C>!��.  U'ad, $4 50.  For the first time in the history of  mining operations in the Boundary  country, horse or mule power will soon  be superseded by steam locomotives,  the management of the Granby company having decided this week to take  this step, and not only decided to do  so, but have placed the.orders for the  engines,  A. Ii. Rosenthal, representing the  firm of Wood \' Co., ol Chicago, and  also the Davenport .Machine Works, of  Davenport, Iowa, was a visitor in tin-  city last Tuesday, at the same time  tbat General Manager Craws and Assistant Manager Galer, of the Granby 1  company were here. At that time the  order was given, anil delivery of the  locomotives on board ears at Davenport, Iowa, was definitely promised in  ten days from date. Therefore, in the  course of a month the new machines  should be received and placed in commission here.  It is the intention to use these two  locomotives in the Nos. 1 and 2 tunnels of the mines, and they are expected to be able to haul from live to  seven loaded mine cars. In the last  few years these tunnels have been  growing steadily in length, and in view  of the increasing of the ore shipments  from the Granby mines this week to  the 2,000 tons per day rate, it was  necessary to arrange for a more.expeditious hauling of the ore to the railway tracks of the C. P. R.  The locomotives will have nine-inch  cylinders, with a fourteen inch stroke,  and are manufactured especially with a  view to the use to which they will be  put, haying all the latest improvements.  A premising claim close to Phoenix  has   been   taken  on   lease and bond,  and is now being worked, adding oiie  more to the list of active properties in  this camp.    This is the Bank of ling-  land,   owned, by   Robert    Wood,   of  Greenwood,   and  associates,    W.  W.  Carter has taken the  properly  on  a  lease  and   bond, the  amount   of the  bond being $20,000. ' Mr. Carter has  already started work on the property,  and is making a showing that ,is said to  be most satisfactory   to-himself.     He  has a small force at work now, but as  soon as  he   can   make  arrangements  with a Boundary smelter to  take   the  ore, which he is now doing, he will increase the  force  considerably.    Shipments will probably be made .-it   Hartford   Junction.     One   advantage   of  operating the Bank of England is that  the mining is easily done for a mining  proposition, so far not a stick of powder having been used.    The ore is soft  and yields readily to pick and shovel.  The Dank of England  was located  in February, 1896, by James Marshall,  one of the old   timers  in   this  camp.  But-one assessment was done on the  claim,  when   it   was  sold   to   Rnlw"  Wood, of Greenwood, and   associates.  Mr. Wood.'had not done  much   wqrk  .or..-i.r-fit-riwy but the property- has - -always   been   thought   well  of   by   the  mining men of the district.    Mr. Marshall ran an incline tunnel for some 25  feet, and. got  assays  around  $20 per  ton, largely in  gold.    It  is  a copper  arid iron ore of the  character   that   is  desired by the smelters for its  fluxing  qualities,    Mr. Carter has had several;  assays that ran $100 and   upwards   in  gold per ton.  One thing about the Bank of ling-  land that is particularly favorable is its  location. It adjoins the Monarch,  owned by the lirl Syndicate, a Louden  corporation, promoted by Barbarian  Brown, which syndicate refused, it i.s  said, $100,000 for their property. It  also adjoins the Rawhide (which itself  touches the Snowshoe.) for which the  Dominion Copper Co. paid $40,000  some four or live years ago. It will  thus be seen that the Bank of England i.s in good company.  The deal for the Bank of England  was put through by Gaunce & Wick-  wire, of Greenwood.  Paid Out About $50,000.  This week was pay week in the  mines of litis camp, and the amount  distributed in wages wa'- about $50,060.  Tuesday was the monthly payday at  the' Granby mines, there having been  359 cheques made out and delivered.  Today i.s the monthly payday at  the Snowshoe mine; the Winnipeg and Athelstan-Jackpot mines  also pay about the middle of the  month. Altogether it is probably the  largest payday ever experienced in the  camp, and business men generally are  feeling the beneficial effects thereof.  MORE FAITH  THAN EVER  JAY P. GRAVES  IN CAMP AGAIN  "..'��� ����� 3f��-':,'l':i;i',ifi3E  ;]!m^m  '���    !%.,:-\.-f:!iyS  , ���: .! $js��:.,;?'.i^E  ?���:*'*��� ���.''.'.-���rV'?  '    ji'XS ''���.,������!���:' k'tii!  "VvBf  -H-.-i-j.f->  - -i-Wj*, .'���>:���'.'���..'  ���' :.:M$ 'U��pJ  .���;0:-iK]L'  ��� ������ &^V.jv!?y/-.  - 'ii-iifk ,--"���'���;,��;*  i-lvW.,1-- -,u-;-,^  - t-AW- ,;,-,��� ,,^���-:  ��� !--M'^:'-7:-^-^S  .��..>;!#���.' .'������-��� -:'i?:''.fe;  ' ���.���':!$$��� ]'?���:; J--k0  . ��� \<i'{$&'<'':?���-''���'���::���'''MNS  ���m  m.  ��� -ii.-:i: W-\i  iiiii  Talks About the Future of H;s  Company.  In the Properties   of Phoenix  Camp.  PART  OF PROFITS TO M D1VIIO  Al Soon as Ibe Six Furnaces Have Been Uur.>  niflg Smoothly for a Time, Ibe Era vf  Dividends will be Inaugurated.  ���v'WW'-'"'''>v^'.  ,--. i^ttttpi:   1 .?-.'*,'.'��� .'-'.,*  PHILADELPIIIAN EXPRESSES BIS VIEWS  Houghl Inlereste Five Years Aao, and Thinks  They Are All Right, Though He Has Not  Realized Vet.  OVER 70,000 TONS IN OCTOBER.  Boundary Alines Exceed.ill Monthly Records  for Sliipini-nla.  The record for shipments from the  mines of the Boundary district for the  month of October show thai, the several properties sent out over 70,-  000 tons of ore to llu: different sineii-  ers. This is a w:^' record for our  mines for one month, and exceeds llu-  record for September by at least ten  per cent, for which month the total  was (-.3.000 Ions. The larger mine*  have made definite return.-, to the Pioneer, and the totals for each mine, as  nearly as they could he ascertained, j  are as follows :  Granby Mines    30.39K  Snowshoe      y.-pSo  Mother Lode    1 2.665  Sunset  89S  Morrison ,        500  limma      2,320  Winnipeg         990  Oro Denoro      3,215  Athelstan-Jackpot    ,    820  Yesterday a party of three men 'of  no small influence in the mining and  business world made a visit to this  camp, for the express purpose of seeing what .was going on here at our big  properties. These gentlemen were  Watson Ii. Rulon, of Philadelphia;  Joseph-J. liarley, also a man of means  of the same city, and Frank Watson,  of Spokane, who has had some interests in the Boundary for some time.  Some five years ago Mr.'. Rulon  timUe an investment in the shares of  the companies which have since been  merged in the Granby Consolidated,  ciiiniiig'6ut'at'ihai--''tfnlti"Jtt>"':-,ltf6'k;'''th'e"  mines over, and also visiting this camp  the next year. Up to the present lie  has not been here since, and in conversation with the Pioneer man, he  slated that the improvements in every  way that have been carried on since  by the company were sufficient to  amaze any one not acquainted with  the far reaching plans of the company  and the energetic management of the  same.  Mr. Radon, like all Granby shareholders, has not yet'-been able to real-  izeon his holding in the way of dividends, but is not at all backward about  saying that lie is perfectly satisfied to  wait a trifle longer, if need be (it does  ���not now seem to be a long wait), for  the beginning of the profit-sharing  period. He feels perfectly satisfied  that the company has been doing the  best for all the shareholders, in bettering and enlarging the mining and  smelling plants out of the profits  earned, and when he does begin to  realize, it will be steadily and will last  for some lime to come.  Mr. liarley is not interested in the  Boundary, but 'in Eastern Oregon gold  mines, bill came at the request of his  friend. He could hardly believe, till  he saw it, that there was a copper-  producing industry here of such a magnitude, when the age of the district is  considered. All three of the gentlemen are bound for the Rockland group  on lake Slocan, the only gold copper  group in that district, in which Mr.  Watson, Mr. Miner, Mr. Graves, Judge  Spink> .mil others are interested, but  which is not iuw being worked.  Last Tuesday Jay P. Graves, general  manager of the Granby Co., arrived in  camp, it being his first visit since the  annual meeting of the  company, held  in Montreal early = last-month.    Mr,  Graves was accompanied by'Mr.Gaicr',  assistant manager, and an  inspection  of the new steam shovel was made, as  well as of other parts of the big mines.  When seen by the Pioneer man Mr.  Graves was queried on that topic  tha-  is so  interesting to  shareholders,   ks  well as to all others   with   investments  in  this  country���dividends���it beine,  generally understood   that   the  dislri  bution of profits would be started e.:  no distant date.    He stated  plainly  that it was the   intention   shortly   j 3  commence paying back to  the share  holders a part ���of   the   profits   being  made, instead of put ing them all intc ���  betterments, which had been the policy  in years past.    The mines  and  smei-  ter are now equipped to  handle such  a large ore output that for the present  anyway little  more  investment, cor.i-  paratively, will be needed. Mr. Graves  appeared to be very well satisfied wi'h  the manner in which", operations   W"ir<!  being conducted at both the mines ai;.;l  smelter. ......  ...    .As. Reported in Grand Fork?.. ���;���������  ���v'From Grand' ��orksV Air." Grawy Is  reported to have* made;''the  following,  statements:  "The directors have decided to i,:n  the smelter at least six months with its  present equipment of six furnaces in  order to demonstrate our ability ;o  successfully produce and treat a tonnage of 2,100 tons daily, and to seenrs  sufficient labor and coke as well as to  test the ability of the railway lo  handle the tonnage involved. If those  conditions all work out in practice the  question of making a further addition  to the smelter will be determined.  Every time we have increased our ton  nage we have found that some of the.e  factors has been lacking and it has in  each instance usually taken from three  to six months before things ran .  smoothly. This time we will make a  crucial test before elaborating our plans ���  for further expansion of our operations.  "The ultimate aim of tV' Granby is  to treat all the tonnage our group of  mines can produce. These mines ai\,  now equipped to handle 5,000 tons oi  ore daily, and, of course, we expect to  treat that amount of tonnage at Grand.  Forks some day, whether one year or  three years hence. Tbe policy of th.:  hoard is to pay a portion of the earn  ings in dividends instead of putiui.;  everything into equipment as has bo.!!  done in the past. This is what we expect to do soon, as the present pla:.l  of six furnaces goes into operation and  is in smooth running order.  "The directors are also of opinion  that they will pay a dividend of 111 1  less than j per cent, per annum pay  able quarterly: 1 mean a four per cent,  dividend on shares of the par value .if  $10 each, or 10 per cent, oil the sell  ing price of the Granby stock, which :s  at present quoted at $.( per share.  . >i-,j..:.  (&'-.'  \ '?[piij:; r:..  ^"���Svii'i-''  ������������'.$  -*;:',  <:#����;:,;;  ;|fff 1-  J -'if  >:'M:&'--  '.''-V  1% -.-<!.'.-;:���;.  W>��:-V--  October total    70,284  The record for the Granby mines for  the month of October is one of the  largest that company has ever made,  being manv thousand tons in excess  of that for September. The next two  largest shippers, the Snowsho ��� aud  Mother Lode, both made smaller showings than for the previous month,  largclv on account of local conditions,  and not because the mines could not  have sent out a larger tonn: g -. For  the month of November the total tonnage of Boundary mines promises to  largely exceed the record for October,  for the reason that the Granbv smeller  wili doubtless be operating all six ol  its furnaces during the last half of this  month, using 2,000 tons of ore daily.  BOUNDARY ORE SHIPMENTS.  The folbivinj; tabic yives the ore shipments orilouuilary mines tor 1900, for 1901  1002, anil lor 1903, as reported to the Phoenix Pioueer-  ���icg* 1 goo  ��S| vJranliy Mii.es, I'hoenix       04,533  V'i\> Suowslioi;, "          21)7  Brooklyn, "         150  Mother Ludt\ Deadwood      5,340  ���&���{ Sunset, "    11 Morrison, "    ^B. C. Mini',        Summit       111,494  H. Bell, "       Kniiutt, "       Oro IV11010 "             ....  iwfi Winiiipej:,    Wellington...  iTolileii.l-i'own. "  Athi'lstan .hii-kpot "  Kint; Solomon, W.Copper .  f/% No. 7 Mint', Central..  ;i& Chv of I'aris, "      ..  y^A .Ii-wt-1,: bong Lake..  '&! Ciinni, West Fork.  /*, I'roviiU'i-i'f,  '% Klkhorn  ..  1901 1902 1903  231,762   3011,858   313,920  1,731     20,800     00,81)2  1,070  2.250  1,200  1,000  100  Proviil  Kuliy,     boundary Kails.  Miscellaneous   3,230  99,034  802  150  47,405  5H0  050  1,040  550  875  005  850  8t��0  80  5.450  141.326  7,455  14J8l'i  8,530  111,740  14,921  3,:;3>,��  10,305  Total, tons      99,730  (irunhv Sinelti-r treated, tons..    02.887  390,000  230.828 m ft  ;��  V��W4 il  UWSt.9  M  ^<I,V  -#!-' I  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  The Phoenix Pionee  And Boundary Mining Journal.  IBSUKU ON HATUKDAV BV THK  PIONEEJt PUBLISHING CO.  AT rllOKNIIC, U. C.  W. B. WILLCOX. Manager.  _.     . I Bui.liiei.il office No. 14.  Telephones   j Mmmgei-'B residence, No. 1J.  HUBSCKIPTIONS IN  ADVANCB.  Per Year ������  Six Months  '���'���'>  Ifyou are not a subset iber to tins paper, Hits  is an Invlutlou to vou lo become one.  will doubtless continue so. In that  progress we will all doubtless receive  our share of prosperity.  In season and out of season it has  been the policy of the management 'of  the Pioneer to work for the upbuilding  of Phoenix, and that will be continued  in the future. We have no hesitation  in saying that we fully believe that the  events of ihe next vear or two will be  fraught with even greater significance  to this cam]) than have been ihose in  the past, and that this cam]) will become one of the greatest, if not the  greatest, mineral producers oh the  American continent. This may sound  pretty.optimistic, but we have the faith  that is in lis, and 'expect to see it fulfilled.,   '���.......'.  '    THE OBSERVATORY  1903  NOV.  1903  Sun. Mon. Tubs. Wed.   Thu. Frl.   Sat.  Advertising rates furnished on application,  Legal notices 10 aud 5 cents per line. , ,  Four weekly Insertions constitute one mouth's | t.mm.s Ta.-k,,. �����- at                    I  ��� dvcrtUiiu:. i Homii ami Hlkhwiikkk "                J  Jack Munroe, who some two years  ago skillfully handled u "muck stick"  in the Granby mines in this'camp, litis  been making quite a name for himself  in the pugilistic arena. He litis been  mixing up with the pluguglies for some  lime, and seems 10 have been having  some success, from the way the papers  speak of him. For instance, last Saturday he bested Peter Maher in four  rounds at the National Athletic Club  at Philadelphia, and probably drew  down a few thousands as a result. Incidentally it may be remarked that  Munroe does not advertise himself as  from , Phoenix, but from Butte. He  was a familiar character around here,  nevertheless, while  a   resident of this    ,., camp.  Some time during the latter part of ����  December  the  Pioneer   proposes  to J     'ii,\s  week  a gentlemen  who is a  12 3 4 5 6 7  8 9   JO U 12 13 14  J5 16  17 18 19 20 21  22 23 24 25 26 27 28  29 30  OUR  HOLIDAY ISSUE.  ^OULfl PODR1DA.*'!  Without a word of warning the  price of artificial legs has been increased io per cent. Wouldn't that  stump you?  ' '-,*   ���  A country paper tells of two little  boys who asked their mother if they  might play-store in the dining room.  "Yes" she replied, "if you don't make  much noise." "We'll be quiet about it  mom," said one, "We'll be storekeepers  that donTadvertise."  Although the boy  ne'er  learned  lo  spell,  Mis future wasn't wrecked;  lie simply used quotation marks  And wrote in dialect.  You should if you don't. It gives the news  of the Boundary. It works for the Boundary. It is owned by the editor and not by  any clique or faction. It is worth $10.00.  It costs only $2.00.  Latest Mining   Stock Quotations,  STRICTLY   BUSINESS  issue a special number of this paper  in magazine form. It will have a cover,  and will be profusely illustrated. The  issue will consist of from 40 to 5c  pages of matter, with the best halftone engravings scattered throughout,  and will be devoted to the mining industry of thc Boundary generally.  So far as we know, nothing of this  kind has ever yet been attempted, and  it is the intention of the manage  ment of the Pioneer to make it a number that will be of interest to any one  the world over who may be interested  in mining matters generally. Every  mine of importance in the Boundary  will be treated and described, and the  resources of the entire country depicted as they are today.  The publication of such an issue  will entail an immense amount of  tvork on the part of the Pioneer management, to say nothing of the expenditure of no small amount of  money. The work will all be done  in the Pioneer's own office, than which  there is none better equipped in the  Boundary, and it will thus be essentially a home production.  To the man who is looking for  something definite and compact about  the Boundary country, this special issue  will be found most practical, and to  those who wish faraway friends to get an  idea of this section it will be equally  useful. The price of copies of this  special issue will be 25 cents each, and  those wishing the same will do well to  place their orders at as early a date  as possible. From now on the mining  men of the district may expect to see  a representative of the Pioneer at almost any time, gathering data, and  the management bespeaks for him the  co-operation of ah.  resident of this" camp stated to the  Pioneer man that, Irom his observations, he fully believed that inside 'of  ten'years we,would have what would  then be acknowledged to be the greatest gold, mines in the world. He  claimed to know what he was talking  about, loo, and claimed further that  the day would come when present residents of Phoenix .would look back to  the time of this prophesy, which doubtless many of them may now think is a  "pipe dream," and realize the truth of  the statement.  SIS  A few weeks ago it was given out  with a flourish of trumpets at Vancouver that McLean Bros, would begin at  once on the construction of their long  mooted Coast-Kootenay railway. But  thus far, the flouri'-h of trumpets has  been all; there was to it. The Similkameen will have railways some.day,  and then,the wonderful mineral and  agricultural riches of that region will be  better known through development. But  it is now securely bottled up, and we  regret to say is likely to remain so for  some little time, at least.  -  Tlie world comes to the'phone-when  you lift up the advertising receiver.  Good advertising destroys the fear  of competition.  There never was a truer exemplification of the old- saw that "Vou can  catch more flies with molasses than with  vinegar," than in advertising.  Salesmanship puts goods on the  shelves; advertising takes them, off.  Consider your advertising audience.  A full-dress suit at a hod carrier's bajl  would be as nitiph out-of place as a  woollen shirt and overalls at a society  function.  No permenent success is possible  without preparation,- and -many a man  has learned lhat it is not possible without advertising.  ,.      .      .                               '  ASK Ml  1111>  American Hoy            5  4!,'  lien llur            4  3��i  lllack Tail             3  a  Canadian Oold ��� Fields   M  3  Ctirihuo, Camp McK (ex-div,;             8  ;M  Center Star   22  20  Denoro Mines. .../.   '5  211  Fail-view              4  3  l'lsher Maiileu , ..  ......        3tf  2  (Hunt   ���>\i  'tf  Granby Consul itliitctL     $4 50.  *3 ?5  International Coal ..��'.    ,     55  45  l.ouc Tine   4  1  Morning lUory  ,             1  '   ���>���;  Mountain I,io:i .....   ......       23,,  20  North Slur, (IC K.)    ��W  u  Quilp. , ...,....������.  ;;:;::. H  Kuitil.lei-Cariboo  ,   3SJ4  Republic , ,        ,    5  3 ,  Sun I'oil,,,,, ,.,.  3(i  ?\i  War Kugle Consolidated   ll��  IO ,  Waterloo (Ass, Paid)   s!i  4  White Hear   4  iX  THE MASTER MECHANIC'S ��'UK15  T.\K SOAP lic-nls nml sollciis the vkln. while  promptly clciin��iii|. II of ureusc, oil, rust, clc.  (iiviilriifilc for iiici-liiinic, runners. spoilsmen,  Freo Sit 111 pie on receipt of 'C for poalnye. Illicit  Toilet Soul. Co., Sifts, Montreal.  Phoenix Home Brewed  LAGER  BEER  D. J. MATHESON,  INSUKANCKAUKNT,  K1KK, UKK,.ACC DKNT.  OouiiiiisKliiiK'r for tnMni; Alllihivltn.  PliOENIX, 15. C.  K.B.KERR,  Hakkister and Solicitor,  notary puiilic.  PHOENIX, B.C.  ^    KingEdward Lodge, No.36  A. F. und A. M.  ��� //r\\     Regular coiiiiiiiiiiicnlloii K p. nt.    scc-  iaClA )f>    ontl Tltuiiwlay ol 'each month,  .AJvtjSl   KlllcrReilt tnet-tlii^s uncalled; Mas..,,),  \y'  V    Hall, Morrlsou-Aiuli-ison lllock.  B. C MINING  ������������t***��*��  WHAT EDITORS SAY  Always Want It.���J. A. Mac-  Donald wants an appeal to. the people?  That's what leaders of the opposition  always want.-���Revelstoke Herald.  Already Here ��� Now that Joe  Martin and John Houston have found  themselves in agreement re the Joly  incident, the millenium might as well  consider itself as arrived.��� Vancouver  Independent.  COMMENCING THE FIFTH YEAR.  With this number the Pioneer starts-  out on its fifth year of existence, and,  we hope, of usefulness.    It was started  in the fall of 1899, perhaps not to fill  a "long felt want," but to let the people of the world known what a wonderful  heritage  in  minerals  there was  and is in the Boundary district.    During these  four/years  sometimes  the  sledding has been pretty hard, but we  think our friends, as well as  our enemies���if we have any���will  acknowledge that the Pioneer has always stood  in the forefront for the good of Phoenix and the Boundary.    Such at least  has been our intention, and will be for  tbe future.  We have not grown   rich   in   this  world's goods, but we have managed     �����      ,      .���     M-   * ���>  ���-..  , . b ��� I'oralonir tune the two vear old cliili!  to make a living on the mountain tops,) of Mr. i\ I,. Mcl'lierson, 69 V. Tenth St.  Hurrisliiinr. Pa.,  wunM  sle*'p hut  twj  ;'. How, Old Is Ann?���The man  .who invented, "a.'puzzle showing how  hard it is to figure but a girl's age  knows some thing, about human nature as well as mathematics.���Trail  News.;.  ..���Harvest eok Lawyers���The harvest days for the lawyers are at hand,  as a result of the recent elections.  Liberal protests have been lodged in  Revelstoke, Kamloops and Esquimalt.  The Tories are likewise protesting the  four seats  in   Victoria.���Slocan   Drill  This year's shipments of ore for  Slocan mines are nearly 12,500 tons.  The Nip & Tuck Placercompany on  Wild Horse creek have had a very  successful season.   ���    .  In Rossland camp the Elmore oil  concentrator mill is working steadily  with great satisfaction to the owners.  Wm. Kcch has secured a lease for  39 months on the Enterprise on Slocan  lake and will add fiftynien to the force.  A two stamp mill has been installed  at tha Gold Cup, n��ar . Ymir,'. and a  (juantity of ore is this week being run  through.  Tl}e Arlington at Slocan shut down  October ^9, after being iivstcauy operation for the past four years. It will  open when the new mill is ready to  operate  Development work on the Tamarac  at Vmir continues, and there is every  reason for the belief that the mine will  soon regain.its former prominence as  one of the most important propositions  in the camp.     ;  '. The most remarkable discovery yet  had on Poplar creek was the find made  on the Spyylass claim. John Winquist  the owner, brought out a five pound  sample of quartz laterally spaUered  with pure gold and silver-  : The Scottish Colonial Goldfields,  limited, have formed a company, entitled  the Idahoalamo Consolidated Mines,  capitalized at p��i30,000, to take over  their silver lead properties in the Slocan  district, the parent syndicate holding  100,000 shares of the capital of its subsidiary.  A parly composed of the members'  of the American Snielting and Refining Company headed by E. M. Guggenheim of New York, are now on their  way to the Pacific coast and to British  Columbia. It is stated that their  mission i.s to examine into thefeasibility  of a large lead smelter for B. C. ores.  Direct Line  TiiChicaironnil all |ki1iiIh fast j LouiK-  villf, Mt'iiqihis, N't-w Oi'leniiH, hikI till  jiuiiils sunlli.  Si'i* ilmt yinir tl��'l;i'l rt'iuU via. the  Illinois Ukniuai. It. it. ��� Tliorons'lily  modern Iru'ini' riiiinci-l with nil Iniiifcon-  lini'iilul lines nt St-   I'tin I anil Omaha.  ll'yuur fiiends aie eiiinin^ wesl let ns  know nnil nn will quiue ilium diii'et Ihe  Yiii'eiiilly low. rales now in ell'trt, from  till ea.-lern |ioinl��.     ,,  Any infoi'iiiHiinn sirs  to  rates,  rrnmu,  etc.1, eheerl'nllv jrivtin on 11 pplicutiuii.  B. ILTIiUMBULb,  (Joiniiiineii'inl Ajjvnt,  "142 Third St.. Pnrtlniil. Oiv.  .I.C.'Linilst'v, T. I'", and P. A.,  14"J Tlilnl St., Porilatid, Oiv.  P. H, TliiiiiipHoii, K. and P. A.,  Kooni I, Coh-'miin llldu,, Seal tie, Wtieh.  IN THE       .  SUPREME  COURT   OF   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  In tlir> ��� tt.ittier of il:<> I.niid Ite^itiliy  Act. nnd Alneiuliiij; ArlP,  ' ...and, ;  In llu: nun ter of the ntni'iiilinvi.t of n  rurtiiiii limp iiiiilMiivey>ho��iiii; mbdi-  vision nf lots iitiiiiiM'rril 76!>.!XJl. 1)82 and  894 in tii-oii|) 1,. Ortiynos Division, Yale  Disliiet, provinee oi'lliiiisli Coiumliin,  coninionly known a�� tloininion Copper  Com pany Addition tolln: town of Phoenix, deposited in Ihe bund Heiiisirv  oflice at Kiitiil-i'(f|>t>, and nninluiied   113.  .NOTICK'is hereby uiven lhat an ap-  plii-ntion will Iik made .Iicforci Jlr, ,Ius-  .Li-'Ii'ving, or suih .lud^e "f this Honourable Court hh may lie sittilij!. nt Hie  Court HiniHe in Vaiiionver ou 11 if O'li  davof Novi'iiilie.i,. A..I). 1003,ul.-lp.:3p  o'i'loek in the; loictnion , tiv c-oinift-l on  iieimif of tlie libiuinio'i coiiper U"m  paiiy,,Limited [Ni'ili'-lVrt-oiial Liability],  for an.order'thiit llieMap or Plan showing the subdivision above described, and  deposited in the band KejiitUry ofiiee at  Kiunloons be amended or alle'cd by  at-i'ikine out of 1 he said map or plan that  purl ion of ibe subdivision of Lot 1)81.  known as Ihe "Idaho" Mint-nil elaiin,  lyinir to tile west, of tbe western boundary of Piioenix ,-lieet and a line drawn  in a southerly ilireelion, continuation  of the wi-eteru .Tjuti.u'iUtry - of Phoenix  street,  Dated this 94:h day of October, A.'D.  1903.  A.M. Wlin'Ks'lDK,  Solicitor for the Dominion Cupper Co.  Ltd., [Non-Personal Liability].   ;  To all parties interested.  Tlrewed by a honie instilm.ion, Inih pioven  Ihetes-t and has made a ���  Host of Priends  who leslify Ui its ri.iod(}iui'ilies  PHOENIX BREWERY,  JULIUS MUIiLLF.R,   Projnielor.  Corner  Standard Ave. and Banner St. Phoenix  I PALACE LIVERY STABLES  t  'St  wri.  ��  ��� i��.  '\ he best .established nnd retaliated hostc-hy in the 'Boundary.     Wo aie centrally loailed in our new stables with  a cnnipleie outfit of Saddle nud   (Jri'viut;  l-ltiises'.-���'The  ^m best ijf rigs.      Parties   driven  to  any Boundary   point-  The Best Lethbridge Coal promptly delivered:    Large  Stock cf Dry Wood.    '  I       Mclntyre  & McDonald  p'     Knob Hill Ave.,       oWJ,rS;,,cs        Phoenix, B. C.  -nsj  '  - '  ���-v ,    Aiiuimiii -    ��-�����--��� ���-��--j    ���- -    ���- , .�����'  DENVfRy|?  ANP. TQ  10 GRAND  :   '  .THE SCENIC LINE;   "  ,  riironuh Salt Lake City, l.eadville, Pueblo, Colorado Spiin^s nnd Denvei^ai.d  ihe lanii'-us' Rock)  Mniini'ain Scenery by Daylight to ail Doints East.  5-^.^JT.I!i��^.s.J!.^^'v''^e*''-Q'9^���!1 asl<i'Denver 3  MODKKN '"KQUIP-MKNT, THKWOH   I'lU.I.MAV   AND, TOURISf  .! .'.'    ,    '    SLKKNNG.   C,\us    Atllj   'SUPKCU    1)I.N'IN'<".     CAk-'sKKViCK. '  '���"""  J'     .'  I'm rates, folders and other  into!minion, address,  ST.OP'OYEfiS'ALLOWED,  w.  McltRinE, Gen. Agent,  i 24'Third St.,  Porchind, O/e.  MM '    I "   You SSioyicI Kead  15. W.KUMlll'.ROlUt,  Sevrctiuv.  W.O.FlUBjfR,  Jiioc; ix Fcdiral Labor Union  ���-���No. 15;,   Meets Thursdays at 8 p: ni.atMin-  ��� ers' Union Hall.   N.r,HMIUU.\.l'ies.      J, K10UlJVV,s,,.y.  I'HOENIX AfcWE  NO. 158.  Mn-lliigii on Viii|��j,  ���I ��-li-I.   III., Mll,i:,k>  Unbii iinii.  V.Mti,,K   uulliiru  llirilltilly nivltid.  THUS  1,VI." ���    . I lr��.        WM.  VI.I'MIM;, Scey  aiCOKGE GIBSON  SHAVING PARLORS  and HA I'll ROOM.  Phoenix, tt. C.  Criivc^-Willinius llluck.cor  Hlislaml <)M IfoiiKiik-s Ave  APPLICATION   FOR   TRANSFER   OF    LIQUOR  LICENSE.  Notice is hi.'icbv yiveii lhat I will make  a|ipli>'iilinii io ihe 1$ inn I of l.iieiiHe  rj��>uiinii-^iom-i>-of ibe City of Phoenix,  at lheir next nieeiiii^', for tbe 1 nun.-for  of the Li()iioi- I ii'i'ii."!' now held by me  for ihe, ".^iniiuiil" bolil. Mituiie on lot  JO, bloi-k Ifi, Old IroiiH'lew ^iib-divicion  of I'hoeniN, H. (.'., lo .lauies Maitball  and r. P. Sbi-n.  Oatid linn Kill dav of.lulv, A. P.  11103.  T.  II.  RICHARDS.  AFPLICATIOH   FOR, TRANSFER   OF    LIQUOR  LICENSE."  Nil   ;,i    's-||'i(-l,V    <r iveii     ��� Il.,l     H(.    Hp  ���"    III,    ���    1    pi".!'   lllil'll   III   ' 1,1-   I !��!���.: Ill ..I     |,j|'l'|lM>  i,)..|lUl|l-*   lv-,1-. > .il    llu-    'III     if   i'lioi l,)X  .-ii.llii ii   l.i X!  Ol'i lli.y   inf. ,i    liiiiiHIi-r of  he Lupioi. I.ji .'ii-e   linn  In Id   by us   for  '! e "I-.. Ill VIM-'/ llOlt-l, M'|l|:il|- oil" |n|.   18,  iilm-lc 18, Old IrbiiHidi- Sub-ilivii-iiin of  I'luieitix. II. ���(!. lo Alexin.der tirie^j;  a"'' linijli Mcl'onald.  Dated lb:�� 17ih dav of .lulv, A. D.,  1003. ' ���     '       ' (,-    '  K    P. SIIKA.  ;���-  .1AMKS MARSHALL.'  ^OREGON  Snoup LINE  WorictV;  Scenic Ro^te  . No \\rONDKit���The Western Clarion  the British Columbia Socialist organ,  says that to show its confidence in conditions it will send the Clarion to any  subseriber For $2 until a socialist i.s  premier of this province,   ,  No wonder the paper is in financial  straits, if all of its business has been  done wilh as poor judgment. No pub-  lishercan afford to send his paper for  all eternity . for $2.00.���-Cranbrook  Herald. ,     ......   '[  Wakeful Children.  j World Wide Mining!  :  our faith in the ultimate greatness of  this camp having grown firmer with  each succeeding year. The camp has,  ol course, seen its ups and downs, arid  some who were here four years ago  have passed on to other fields. Nev-  e/theless, the progress, in a business  and mining way, has been steady, and  or three hours in the early part of the  night-, which made it pretty hard for her  parents. Her mother concluded that  ihe child had stomach trouble, and gave  her half of one of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, which quieted  her stomach and she slept, tbe whole  night through. Two boxes of these tablets have effected a permanent cure and  she is row well and strong. For sale by  all druggists.  Near Malcolm, Western Australia,  a gold mine is worked by a fam.i.ly pf  father, mother and sonie children arid  is giying out gold at the rate of $75,-  000 per annum.  According to  official statistics, the  number of mines in Mexico producing  smelting ores at present is 313.  ~ One cubic foot of standard gold is  worth $326,340., -  There are now a half doxon turquoise mines in operation in the United Stales, these being only in New  Mexico, Arizona and California.  Tbe exports of copper from the  United States for September were 11,-  839 tons, making the total for the  nine months of this year 94,719 tons,  against 130,450 last year.  The production of gold and silver  in the United States last year, as compiled by the director of mints, was���  gold $80,000,000, silver $71,755.755-  Product of Alaska���gold $3,354,800,  silver $118,950.  Direct  Line.  East.  Winnipeg  Toronto.    ���  Oiiawa  Montreal  New York  .'.Lowest. Rates,  West  c   Vancouver  Victoria  Seattle  Portland  San Francisco  via Soo Pacific Line, St. Paul, Chicago  and all U. S. points.  St ��$. Service from  Vancouver  to Alaska, Japan, China, Hawaii,  Australia.  Settlers' rates westbound, sold daily  till November 30.  Through bookings to England and  the.Continent via adl S. S. lines,        ;  I.G.Clark, E.J.Covi.e,  Agent, A.G.P.Agt.  Phoenix, B.C.    Vancouver. B.C  J. S. Carter, D. P. A.  Nelson. B.C.  Cotton rags wanted at the ; Pioneer  office. Highest price paid. Bring  'em along and get your money.  THEMILWAUKEE  A familiar name for the Chicago, Milwaukee & Kt. Paul H��ilw��y, known all  over the Union as the Great Kailway  running the ''Pioneer Limited" trains  every day and night between St. Paul  and Cliicago, and Omaha ami Chicago,  "The only perfect trains in the woii I."  Understand | Connections are made  with All Transcontinental Lines, assuring to passengers the bestserviee known.  Luxurious coaches, electric lights, steam  heat, of a, verity equaled by no other  line,  .See that ymir ticket reads via ''The  Milwaukee" when going to any point, in  the United States or Canada.' All ticket  agents sell them.  For rates, pamphlets or other information/address,  0/ the Boundary.  Published in the Heart of the Greatest GolcU  Copper belt of Hritish Columbia.  the entire lioimdaiy shipped 500,000 tons of ore,,  nearly every ton of which was 1 educed by  Phoenix ramp alone, shipped 330,000 ions <>(. we-  last year.  The Pioneer i.s published every SgrtwUay and  and is sent to any pait ol Canada o-s the United  States for  j&td ��  per year���or the test of the world for $3.00   per  vear.    It gives the  Ma vmoN Pacific  ONLY LINE  EAST   Via  Salt Lake and Denver.  Two Trains Daii.v.  Steamship tickets to lCnropeand other  foreign Vonutriei*.  J^-tlVcS  Daily  Spokane Time Scik-OiiIc.  KflVi.-tii-t' Dec. 24 1902  Airlvt-  Unlly  Latest and Most  Reliable News  i^StSj  R. L. Ford,  ���-. Trav. Posh. Agt.,  SPOKANK.WN.  H. S. ROWE,  General Agent,  l'ORT,I,A,ND. ox    m  of .Boundary Mines and  Smellers.      H is leailess:  and independent, and aims to be  DOWN TO DATE.  Your subscription can begin at any time.  7.45��.in. I'AtiT MAIL���Tu nnd Troin  CiMr/ir il'Ak-111: ilisltict, Knrtn-  iiiKioii Onrficl.l < olTax. Pull-  iti.-in, *.Motn.-oiv, *ronit-roy,  Wnit*buig, Dnytoti, W a 11 a  Walla, i'ciidk-lon, linker City  anil all poiutN ICast 6.25 p. m.  ,1:15 p. 111. KXI>KI{SS��� l-'or I'liiiniiiRioii  Oarficlil. Colfiix, I'ulliiinii,  iMuscow.I.ewiKlaii.I'ortlniicl  Snn I'raticisco. linker City  anil all poinl.s KAST,  I'.Xl'RKSS���I'roni nil points  Hitst, Maker City, San Kran-I  '   t Cisco, 1'ortliiiKl, Coirnx, Oar-  .liclii unci Ktiniiiii^toii 9.30a. in.  ���Kxcept Silt'ilny.  SH'OliT .LIK.I-; TO CAIdFORMA.  San Krancificti-Portland Honle.    '  Sl.--iiini.-rs sail from Ainswtirtli nock,  rortland,  nt H p. 111. nml from .Spear Street wharf, SniiHrnn-  cisi.-u.nl 10 a. 111. eveiy five ilnys.  Tickets on sale at all S. K. ft N. Station*.-  l-oi- fintlic-r infurinatiun its lo ratcii, time ot  trains, equipment,etc.,tutilri-Hs  GKO. J. MOIII.ltK.Gcncra! A|<eiit,  Kiveisiile Ave.,Spokane. Wa��h  SpokdD'e FA id Rorfkcra" -  NELSON   &   FORT   SHKPPAKD  ��� ,RK�� MOUNTAIN Jt'V.  Washington and Great Nor. Ry.  V., V. and E. Ry.  The only all-tail route between.all points t-a.l,  ivcsl, aiiilsuiitli tu Kosslanil, Nelson 11 nil all  111  teimediate points; couiteclliif> at Spokane w'tli  the Crtat Northern, Northern I'acihc and O. K Xi  N.Co.  Coiinecls at Rossland and Nelson with Canadian i'acilic Kailwny.  eoiiiHcisstNelson with sU-niiier for KaHlnaml  nil Kootenny f.akt- poinlH.  Coiinect's at Cut leu- iiilli sUkc foi Or.tn  uood aud Midivny. II. C.  liulTL-t cars run on passcliijfr trains b. tweell  liveen Spokane anil Kepilbllc.  KI'l'KCTlVK NOV. 2i. .orj.  Leave. ,.rrK,,  1:111  in. Spokan  .u.isa. 111.....    kt.s^lioifl.....  7:10a. 111..,.  'O-jjn   ill...  0:7/1,-1   in ,,,.  9:15 a, in......   i". |>. 111   V"   P 11.,  ...Nelson t> 1,0 p. i���.  ..(.Mill-: Korku <a,o p. in.  ...Curlew 4 4, p. ,���.  . Kepulilic, , 5:4011.111,  II. A.JACHSON,  Oenelal 1'assi-nijci   Ai>i-ul,  Spokane. Wa .Ii.  Address with check  IONEER PUBLISHING CO.  PHOENIX, B. 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What they  willl see is Uhus described:  "There they will And people, quite as  convinced. as they are of their own  sanity, and quite as content as they  can possibly be with the correctness of  their own interpretation of things, as-  KcrUnjj the most astounding proposi-  ���Jonii, without turning a hair. To.those  tfho are so self-centered as to think  -chat-.there is something cranky about  ill who do not see as they do, it Is a  wholesome awakening to flnrt good,  .tolid, comfortable, and respectable people btllevlng in telepathy as a thing  .ndisputable, and-holding that man:as  wo see him engaged in his various  more or less ignoble pursuits, in the  city and elsewhere, is but the incarnation of one little bit of himself as he  exists In an Intangible and ethereal  form. At the last meeting of the Psychical Research Society, Dr. Oliver  Lodge, F.R.S., said that he did not hold  lhat the whole of any one of us was incarnated In their terrestrial bodies;  'certainly not in childhood; more, but  perhaps- not so very much more, In  adult life. What was, manifest was  only a definite portion of a much larger  whole. What the rest was doing 'during, ]he years spent 'here he did not  know, pertiaps'lt was, asleep; but  probably, ho said,, It was pot ^nt!^ely  asleep with men of genius, nor perhaps  woa it all completely inactive with  lit'cple called mediums, Now to the  moilurn materialist a|| this-Is absolute  'rot.' Vet Pr, Lodge Is not exactly a  nmn to pooh-pooh. Indeed, may not  the Imnittterlallsto retort that this is a  Christian country and that our very  religion teaches us not to weigh and  measure too exactly? Again, Roentgen,  Tesln, nnd 'Marconi have of late been  giving many shocks to old ideas. At  any rate, this Is clear, that we must  npt too rigidly put outside the bounds  of sanity belief (n the unthinkable. It  is a- queer world, P-"4 ;W*l!ch. ha}f qf it  Is sane appears still undecided."  All   Work  Guaranteed.  Imported Goods.  Spent Over $2,000   Doctoring,  i     M,-   lnicph  I'oininville.of Stillwater.  KINK.-Brtcrrs ani.SIIOKS !MJnn    .'tiler  luivimr M.e.u  over tfMKJO  MAUK   TO  OitUKU, j [yU |, , j,,. |1(.H|. ilocliirx fm   Hti'inucll   tli'll  ....Acne*., mixi^s- ah..-hkos..,,,,, ��(^��;^;l^;:;!S;i:1^;v'i"  PKCI'OKS'SHOKS   A   SI'KCIAI/IN.      I.1J.1 < h-i<   ;     ���'��   ������,, j(| ���   ,.,.���   ���������,  ��� S  ;;Zl     N-Sil,' by .til .I.iiBBI����.  I) iitinii Aventie.  An English Departure in Insurance.  A CORRESPONDENT writing from  London under date of February  13 says: "One queer phase of the  present smallpox scare Is th.e' smallpox  Insurance department opened at  Lloyd's. The current rates are 21-2  per cent. If recently yaccjnated, and  3]-g jf not vaccinated glnce infancy.  The Insurance bepomes due on the doctor's certificate that the- pojlpy-rhoider  lias smallpox." He adds: "After jogr  glng along comfortably with smallpox  In Us midst for six months, London Is  now beginning to get worried, apd a  large contributing cause of that worry  is that if the plague spreads, much  more it Is going to frighten away the  profitable American cousin, who Is expected to come over In unprecedented  shoals for the coronation,season-and  scatter "dollars right and left. Trouble  began away back In August, and has  been slowly growing, oft and on, ever  since, until the average lately has been  about BO new cases a day. One day  last week if ran MP to'82;-.'There were  188 new cases In September, 809 }n Oc^  tober, 473 In November, 804 In December nnd 1,295 In January, Vet, according to previous experience, smallpox  reaches Its height in London from  January to May. Consequently it would  be well for readers planning a trip to  see King Edward's crown put on to  watch the smallpox returns from London for the next four or five weeks. At  present the plague can be said to be  well under control, but a big sudden  Increase would tax London's resources  to the utmost and might cause a panic."  Onions and Epidemics.  A READER of  "llarmaduke's"   lei-  'ters in Lpndon "Truth" has sent  -    him the fpljowing:  i>Whi|st turning over some old books  In my library last week I stumbled upon the following paragraph In tf}e  'Rural World' of 1863, As there Is an  epidemic of smallpox In London it has  occurred to mo to send this to you, for  some of your medical readers may ba  either able to prove or disprove ths  statements It contains'.  c 'Onions and Epidemics. ��� In the  spring of 1848 J was In charge of one  hundred men on shipboard, with the  cholera among the men. We had onions, which a number of the men at��  freely. Those who did so were soon  attacked, and nearly all died. As soon  as I made this discovery their use was  forbidden. After mature deliberation  I came to the conclusion that onions  should never be eaten during the prevalence of epidemics, for the reason  that they absorb the virus, and communicate the disease, and that the proper use for them Is sliced and placed  In. the sick-room, and replaced with  fresh ones every few hours. . . . After maintaining the foregoing opinion  for eighteen years, I have found the  following well attested; Onions placed.  |n the ropm where there Is smallpox  Will blister and decompose with great  rapidity; not only so, but will prevent  the spread of the disease. I think thai  as a disinfectant they have no equal If  properly used. If needed, the fpregolng  (which I have greatly abbreviated) can  be attested on oath,' "  It 1* a curious echo of a bygone preventive, and It Is given here without  much hope that the suggestion can be  valuable.  A GFmpse Into the Future.  HOMER O. WELLS, In a brutally  frank article in the "Fortnight.  ly Review," gives us a striking  glimpse into the future througr  what most people will consider a very  Uglily colored lens. His description of  the New Republic is, of course, an arraignment of the present order of so-  dety.  "The men or the New Republic." says  Mr. Wells,, "will not be squeamish  either in facing or inflicting death, because they will have a fuller sense of  the possibilities of life than we possess. They will have an Ideal that will  make killing worth -the while; like Abraham, they will have the faith to kill,  and they will have no superstitions  about death. They will naturally regard, the modest suicide of Incurably  melancholy or diseased or helpless persons as a high and courageous act ol  duty rather than a crime. And slnc��  they will regard, as indeed all men  raised above a brutish ltvel do regard,  a very long term of imprisonment as  Infinitely worse than death, as beins  indeed death with a living misery added to Its natural terror, they will, I  conceive, where the whole tenor of n  man's actions, and not simply some  incidental or Impulsive action, seems  to prove him unfitted for free life in  the world, consider hbn carefully and  condemn him and remove him from  being. All such killing will be done  with an opiate, for death is too grave a  thing to be made painful or dreadful  ��.nd used as a deterrent from crime. If  deterrent punishments ere used at all  In the code of the future, thu deterrent  will neither bo death, nor mutilation ol  the body, nor mutilation ot the life by  imprisonment, not any horrible things  like that, but good scientifically caused  pain, that will leave nothing but a  memory, Vet oven the inomory of overwhelming pain Is a vorf of mutilation  of the suu|. The Idea that only those  who are lit to live frtely In an orderly  world state should bo permitted to live  Is entirely against tho use of deterrent  punishments at till. Against outrageous  conduct to children or women, perhaps,  or for very cowardly or brutal assaulu  of Any son, the men of the future may  consider pain a salutary remedy, at  least during the ages ot 'transition  while the brute is still at, large. Bin  since most acts of this sort do, undei  conditions that neither torture nor ex-  a^Dera^e, point tP in essential v'lenesf  In.'the perpetrator, J am inclined to  think that even in these pases the men  of the coming time will bs tar less disposed to torture than to kill. They  will have another aspect to consider.  The conscious Infliction of pain for the  ease of the pain Is against the better  nature of man, and it is unsafe and demoralizing fop anyone to undertake this  duty. To kjll under the seemly conditions, science will afford. Is a far les*  ���>ff��hslve thing. Tb.2 rulers of the future will grudge making good people  uto jailers, waiders, punishment deal-  ;r��, nurses and attondunts on the bad.  People wha cannot live happily and  teely In the world without spoiling the  lives of others are better out of It.  That Is a current sentiment to-day, but  the men of tlie New Republic will have  the coyiage pf their opinions."  Wit and Wi-dora From New Books.  From the December "Era."  The world may doom you to plain  living, but only you can deny yourself  plain thlnklng.--Deafness and Cheerfulness.  Think not as many say there Is but  one spring-tide of life, that it Is but a  green and sappy- youth which rushes to  ^ bi-iof sunimar. und all else of life is  but a winter, long a..a a.-��.��... and gray  ind. lonely. Through all our life our  prlng-tlde is renewed ���Mistress Brent.  If we wish to be big men to those who  come after us, we should keep no log  books, but always remember to sing "1  never did so when I was young." Then,  you see, they'll never have a chance tc  find out what blooming idiots we were.  ���Up and Down the Sands of Gold.  The world's full of globular men who  have cubical Jobs.���Captain Blultt.  Truth is mighty and must prevail-  but sometimes it leaves a bad taste In  the mouth.���The Marrow of Tradition.  The man in a man can only be recognized by the woman In a woman.���  By the Higher Law.  The power that prepared the highways of life seems to have arrangeii  :hat the flnger-po?ts alrng the primrose  paths shall rarely point to the Promised  Land.���Captain Bluitt.  A girl |s never too young to form  opinions of her own sex���or to express  them.���The Destiny of Doris.  Women love good men���but are interested in men whose goodness is  mora or less Impaired.���The Man from  Glengarry.  If silence is golden, a discreet silence  is away above rubles.���Life on the  Stage.  Most men are lnventive'enough in the  matter of personal justification.���Papa  Bouchard.  The (Wall street) manipulator must  4)e a great artist in mendacity and at  the same time have the superb self-  confidence of the grizzly.���Wall Street  Stories.  An example should not be too far  iboye our heads.���Lassie.  Laugh, brother In affliction, laugh.  The best way to get on with a misery  Is to laugh at It if you can.���Deafness  and Cheerfulness.  Love Is clairvoyant and most men  know what their wives wish to believe,  ind gratify them accordingly.���Pap>'  Bouchard.  ^"Wi^ta HwwyaMiw��i',ni,w����w>  verybody  remember  that  asy their minds will be if they  am money and deposit it with the  Biaii'MpniBiit^^^^11  arn interest at 3 ,    Bate paid by  very leading Bank in Canada,  stablished in 1859.  Doubtless She Wm.  Mrs. Browne���And who la the preaj.  dent of your club now, Mrs. MalapropT  Mrs. Alalaprop (proudly)���I am the  present encumbrance, just now.���Philadelphia "Press."  Bargains.  When woman gets Into politics  Reform will just be great,  Two dollar votes W411 tie marked $a?rti  To n.98, The "Capital."  Jay���Yes. sir; when I wail In Ne*  York a sharper robbed me of fifty dot��  lars. Hay���Why didn't you call a po��  liceman? "Well, I thought fifty dolliuo  =>aa enough,"���Philadelphia "Press."  Not Whet He Meant at AH.  Politeness, it |s true, must have Us  erigln In a kind heart and a desire to  please: but tnet and thoughtfulness  and quick wit are also essential to good  manners.  A very stout hostess ivho was entertaining a largo company one evening  turned to a group ot young men standing near her chair and smilingly asked:  "May I trouble one of you young  gentlemen for a glass of water from  the pitcher on the table?"  Several of the young men hurried to  comply with the request. One, who  was particularly active, succeeded In  reaching the table first.  As he handed the glass, of water to  the hostess she complimented him on  his quli liness,  "Oh, ttftat's nothmff," he said- "I am  osed to It. I got Into many a circus  and me.iagerle when I was a boy b,\  s.'i crying" water for tha elephant."  It wai only when he saw the expre^-  lon on ibe lady's f-nce, and noticed iht  illenc.e,   |hat  the young man   reabs.-d  rhal he had said.  "Maker's Valuation  Common shoes are  priced by the dealer  who  charges  what he thinks he can get  ��N��HeiHea��BaMKaHMMBWMne��MaenaM��sWBMiB^Me^iBM  "Slater Shoes" are price  branded on the soles by the  makers who know the wear  m m*mm9aam9WBSemwamBam9MVmm9*memamMm ^��M��e������MI��Me^Bi��*iM�� : 9W9ammmmamwaB^mmmmmwa��ammm9  value of each pair   of the  mm��w9^mammKwmm^mamaaammmmamt  Goodyear Welted  �����  For Men    ��  $4.00    m   Fop Women  $5.00  sole:agents,  Hunter-Kendrick Co.  PHOENIX, B.C.  J*JUfU  From the fragrant meadows of Prince  Edward Island���to your table.  iCtOlT  Evaporated  Cream  "Good Pasture, Pure Spring Water, Healthy Cattle, Perfect  . climatic conditions, make the milk of P.E.I, cattle, the purest,  richest and best, VICTOR CREAM is this milk, minus  the water. Equal to fluid cream for all purposes and more  convenient.,   Its flavor is something- delicious,  MlU'by Chailottctawn Condensed Milk Cr>.,     .     Cfc��tiu��itownf P.t.1.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Imfrovf.mk.vts.  Notice.  - "Gipsy" Mineral Claim, situate in the Greet.'-  wood Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located'in Greenwood Camp.  TAKE NOTICH thai I. Isaac H. Hallett.p  agent for John Mulligan, Free Miner'* Certified*:  No M&0173, intend, sixty days from ^alc ��erer'  tu apply to the Mining-Recorder for a certifier'-:  of improvements, fur the purpose of obtaining  a Crown grant of the above claim.  And Further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before theisus ai c  of ��iich certificate of improvement?.  Dated this 13th day of July. A. D. 1903,  I. H.HAU.ETT  PROCLAMATION.  tIKNIU   G.  JOLY  i>K   I.OTBINIKU'K  I.ieuteuaiit-Goveruoi.  PROVINCE  CANADA.  OF   RR1TISH  BIA.  COI/UM  KDVARD VII.. hy the Grace of God. of tl ���  United Kingdom of Cunt Britain nnd Trv  land and of the Hritish Dominions beyotn  tlie Seas, King, Defender of the faith, etc.  etc., etc..  1*0 all to whom these presents shall come���Gret t*  hifX. :        ���  \. Ii,. Mcl'hUlips, Attorney-General  \y*HKK.KA^ we have thought fit to cancel the  ' '     proclamation beari'*y; date of the iSth duy  ��� f June, 1903, convoking the r.rtiisldtive  Assent  hly of the I rovirce of British  Co'umbia for the  dispatch of business on  Thursday the the 21-t  (lay of January, one thousand nine hundred and  four, and in lieu thereof to issue this our proclamation. I  Vow know ye, thnt O^r divers causes and con- '  si lerations. and  taking;  into Consideration the  ea^e aud convenience of Our lovmg subjects, We  have thought fit, by and with the advice  of Out  Kx -cutivc Council   of the  Province of British  Columbia, to hereby convoke, and by these presents enjoin von. ni"' each of you. that on Thurs-  ady.the Uverty-sixthday of Xoveniber.Jonethous-  nud nine hundred and three, you meet Us in Our  said   Legislature, o:   I'niliament    of   the said  Province at Our City of Victotio, for the dispatch  of business,to treat, do, act and conclude, upon  Mio��r tilings which, in  Our  Legislature of the  Province of British  Columbia, by the common  council cf Our sa��d Province may. by the favour  of God be ordained.  In   Testimony   Wmkkkok, We have   caused  these Our Letters to be  math-Patent and the  Great Seal of Our said Province to he hereunto affixed:  Witnkss. the llonourablf Sir Hkkui GU��-  ��� tavi; Jni.v in-: LoTiuNtKRK, K. CM. G.,  Lieutenant-Govenor of Our said Province ot  Mritish Columbia, at Our Government Houst,  in Our City of Victoria, in Our said IVoviucc,  this fifth day of September, in the yea:  of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred ami  three, aud in the third year of Our Reign.  Hy Command.  Provincial Secretary.  N.B.MM1IMT  1  MINERAL ACT, 1896.  Certificate  of Improvements.  .' Notice.  Denver Mineral Claim situate in the Greenwood  Mining Division of Yale District. -  Where located, tn Gieenwood camp-  fake notice that I.Albert U. Ashcroft. F. V,  C. No. 1155279, acting as agent for A. A. Mclntos.:  Free Miner's Certificate No. .1155242, nud W. 11,  Spence, Free Miiier'sCertificateNo ��0267 intern,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to rhc  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Imptov-  nieuts, for the purpose of obtaining a Crowit'  Grant of the above claim,  Andiurther take notice that action, under se^.  tion 37,must be commenced before the issuance, ct  such Certificate of Improvements  Dated this 3rd day of Augu> t, <9��3<  ALBKRT H. ASHCROFT, P. L. S  PROCLAMATION.  [L.S.) HF.NR1 G. JULY i>K.  I.OTWNlKRK,  Liettteuaut-Goveruoi,  ;can'aha.  pkovinck 01" iiritism coi.umhia.  When you O'     __  read the - ^J^^y Mining Journal.  posted  Boundary Mining Matters.  Yci'u'll have no trouble in keeping no {kr 1>v^Cq., IMjoknix, B. G  Simply send a $2 bill f"r>-^rs tn  A  Better Than a Plaster.  piece   of  flannel  dampened   with  For a Bad Cold.  If vou have a hud cold von need a u'"'1  -   . . - I relief medicine likeChanihei-lain'sUnii-li  Chamberlain's Pain Balm and hound to j{,.lm,(iy ,,, loosen and relieve it.nn-l to re-  the aflected parts issnperior to any plas- l���ilpletheirrilatiounnd inflammation <>j  tel- When trouhled with lame hack, or the throat and lun^ The "���ll����>''"';  ���in* in the Bide or chest, pive it a trial l.eiilin* properue* ,, t nym" > an  !������lvou are certain to he more than ! the ,,iu.-k enres ��h.ch it ellectv "'"^  '���"leafed with the promnt relief which it | a favorite everywhere, tor sale h.\ all  affords.    Kor pale by all druggists. j druggists.  Subscrilbe to the Pjipenix Pioneer,  HDWAUD VU ,  by  the   Grace  of  God,   ol   tin ]  United   Kingdom ��,f Great  Britain  and Ire-  land nud of the   Hi itish   Dominions l>cyotid  the Seas, King, Defender of the Faith,"etc..  etc.ttc.  To Our faithful the Memhets elected to serve  iu the I ei;islative Assembly of Our Provinct  of Hrittslf Columbia , at Our City of Victoria-  Greeting;  A PROCLAMATION.  \. \\. Mcl'hillips, Attorney-<^enernl.  \VHK' \'.\< weliave ih'Mipht fit to c uicel th**  '*     proclamalitiu beating date the 16th day of  June   iq-jj directitiy the t*-:ie of write  calling   ^  iiew Legi'slativt Assembly whicii writs \ver-   <r.- j  .  riCt.d to bear date the   t'lih day  of July,  aud  in i T  li< n thereof to is^ne '..is our   I'u'ehi ion whenl.y I ���  We   do   make    known     Our     lloyal   will    and  pleasure   to   call    a  new*   Legislative  ^s^embly  of ;t>ur   said    Ptovince;   and     do    futther   declare that by the advice of Our   Kxeeutive  Council of liritish Columbia  We ha- ��.��� this day  given '  orders for issuing Our writs in due form, for cul'.. '  tug a new Legislative Assembly of our said l'ro\.  iuce, which writs arc to bear date of ihe lift ��� dav ]  ��� f SetUember, A. 1)   190^, nnd   ,>f be   returnable :  ouorbefott the  second   day  of November, one j  thousatu' nine hunilred and three. j  In testimony whereof, We have ca.ts'd these j  Our leUers to be made latent, aud the Cr at Sea! ;  of the said Pn>\ ii.e to be hereunto aiT1xt.1i. ',  Witness, the Honourable Sir Ilenii Gu*-tave '  Jclyde Lntbiuiete, K ��\ M. G., Lieutenant-Govenor of Our said Province of in itish Columbia,  iu Our City of Victoria, in Our said Ptdvir.ce, this  fifth duy of September, in the \ear of Our Lord  one thousand nine hundx- d and three,and inthe  third year of Our reign.    Hy command.  R. V. (IKKKN,  Provincial Secretary.  Leave Orders at City  Clerk's  Office  &&&       PHOENIX, B. G.  TICKETS  TO ALL POINTS  East and West  VIA  Great  Northern  ailway  SHORT LINE  St. Paul, Duluth, Minneapolis, Chicago,  AND Al.,1, POINTS EAST.  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Beginning lune 1st, leave Greenwood at 6 a.ir?  and Phoenix at 7:30 a,m ; arrive at Grand l-'orl ,'  10:30a in.,leave Grand Horks.V45P- m.,aniv ������1  at Phoenix 7 p. m,, ami iireetiuut-d at S. p.m.  Connects both ways with Great Northern tiatr. ���  Fare���Grand Kor ks to Phoenix, Jz iio; Phoeir ^  to Greenwood, ^oc; 'ireeuwood to I'hoenix, $1 e.a  Greewood to G; and Koiks, $3. t)fiice in Greenwood, tit Northern Telegraph office. In Phoenix, McKae liros. it Smith. In. Grand Vovk*  Gt. Norther offices. For express rates, inqui* ;  et tiitner olice.  Hospital Donations  List of Donations received   since Jan.  lst,W03,  to the I'lioenix  Gent'ial   Hoh-  piUil:  One Dozen Shirts Mrs. Grifl :i  Carpet, bed uud blankets lor private ward, chic*    Mrs. Mai  ..Mrs. Mil* v  son, Greenwoi.'.    Mrs. Re--   Mrs   Ki\.'   Mr. Asllc   A Kncii ���   A Kiiei...  \. l��. McKeni -  Vi/b-n WilliaiV"  ,W. It Cochrnr..:   Mr. IK-lalr-v  .....Mis. Willco*  Practical  Horseshoeing, BlacksmUhing,  Dominion Avk., Phoksix. B.O.  ens :md ptr.., ,.-,.,���...   A cpumtity of Jatn.,.Mrs, Math  Hooks 11111I Preserves..,   A (piautltvitf Preserves   A Case of Whisky     '"ash. f5   Cash,$50   Surgical   L)n>f��iujis   HeddiiiK ....Wm  Hurt islet" Kees ,..   Much needed siwiiiK Splint   Hooks and Kkhs   Two Oo/.eii Pillow Slips and One Dozen   row*--'-*  Mr. Mac \  Cash, $30..... A Kiien .  Hooks Mis. Willcet  Papers and Magazines McKt,e ISros tS: Smi'.i  Kight small Ward Tables uud Wicker KusyChior  A   l'rie'.M  Provisions Mrs. Mat v  t'lothiiiK Krien S  Subscriptions for seven Magazines, A. I,. Whit:-,  New York Ci.y  Kaster Turkey W. S. Mnt/v  Cash,$50 KastetUiTowuships hank. Sherhtook-  Cash, $150.00,... Lord Strnthcoin  Cash. $5 A Vriet. *  Twenty-five dollar (ti day) ( lock Geo. K  1>��'V  A quantity of Provsions W. S. M: rv  A quHtitity of Marrtnidade W. L. Getmai-.tc  Pot Plants I)   Mcl'heison and C   Hendei>oa  ligss .'......���...... A Krien '  Cash J100 Mr   nmlMrs.S  H.C. Min-:  25 h  p Ivoiler for Steam HeHtin^- Gnu:b\ c����  Two Goids of Wood A Piter 1  Sawing Thrci Cords of Wood A Friri il  Strawberries , Marshall vt  Meats   Vlowets.,,,,,,   Vot Plants,   Pot Plants   Fire Pokers   Kaiii  Barrel   Nelson Daily News, M  t*>4.4*+4-+-4--f*-*'f^^^^^M'*^*-^  Phoenix Bakery,  Phoenix Street.    'I'lione53,  We make good  bread,     Try it,  ,      g.W, QREER, Proprietor  Hox Veaclu-s   Cnl>s��nrt Saucers  Sodn Syi.lion   l'tl-A-isllMI   .Mrs \*. S. ^ta^>-   l-'iien-; '  "'.'. .Mrs. I'f'i-.  ''..' Mrs. I   (inivli- I  ' ll:irr\ \Vie-,��  ,11 Ceutrul Uli,.'1  iis i-'leli-lier  11 tul K. WiUlnr."   C Tiptm.:   Mrs. J.Wnl(i: .   Mr  ]   11. Ho   Mr. W.S. Ml  i-V  I.iitly'  lnessiny (iowu, Cape and*  Travetiiii; liu^, Kev. K. V. Ftewelli:; j  clower pots Mrs. K-. ��� t  Half dozen Tea enps and satlec-rs Miss !'o\v s  Provisions   Mr Mhi v  Mortar Hoard .....Mr. llirn  Kileliell Utensils Mr. I   Cr��w(.���!  Fruit Mis. Mil:.  Vee.etnl>les Mr. Huintierr.rv  Klowers  Frien '. :  Box of Fruit Mrs. Mto-v  Cozy Corner Stielf. A   K  11   Clan -  32^-j Tons of Coat International Coal ,Nc Coki; ^ >'-  Several Sacks i,t Ve^etat.les ��... W.Kunibci$;��� ���  Hlaukets, lied l.iuett, etc  .J .11 Macau'; y  ',,'WSJif^  .,;3-vffSSf  <A-i'X  v:"i=;i5!S"*;  :7.   -   i.-iA^.i^.i  W& '������'���  ;:*:::]::]!]*:$  -.'-SfrfBt':..  :]]::iij^igff��,  l-x's--^; ;  .-;;^g|i  .-fiSSf '-.  .";,'���- '.."'.''"j *.-.;'''-:'  i'-'iOSlr'      ���  :,'$3>i '''-���  Ii\;$ffi0  ''������'; rf-t '''  -'.'/V ^:^iv  ���''JjFsft;' ���  .. . ;;;v,'",.'rf'^  :-:^-;.  t'ifri:'yjffi��  fjy'J;.j;.-- *-i  '������: '.-; '>.'[-j.''i^-/.  &$��?.'i  ,,y::l'^&?��  , !'':-V^;'-:.!;t  W;\  'i-'/'^^l  ,,-.-.-.V(-n4'..-.   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Sleighs were on the city streets this  week for the first time this winter,  Geo. E. Dey returned Tuesday from  a trip to Rossland, on a visit to his  brother.  Treasurer Wooster, of the Granby  Co., spent two or three days in this  city during the week.  A little daughter brightened the  home of Elmer D. Hall, formerly of  Phoenix, on November 4th, at Ballard,  Wash.  Theaverage daily attendance at the  public school at Grand Forks last  month was 185, and that at Greenwood was 85,  George E. Cole is the treasurer of  the Phoenix Hockey Club, instead of  J. O. Church; as inadvertantly stated  last week in the Pioneer.  The new slag-hauling locomotive at  the Granby smelter ran over the foot  of Ira Gill last Tuesday, necessitating  the amputation of two toes.  Drl Gordon will take charge of the  practice of Dr. E. R. Northrop, of  Granjl Forks, next month, while the  latteft is absent on a trip to Philadel-  phia;  Geo. D. Curtis, architect, formerly  of Nelson, and later of Grand Forks,  and who drew the plans for all the  church edifices in Phoenix, is removing to Vancouver.  During the month of October nearly  $11,000 was paid in taxes into the  treasury of the city of Greenwood, an  increase of some $2,000 over the same  period ot last year.  A Great Northern locomotive was  wrecked the other day at Republic, by  running through a misplaced switch,  resulting in a bad smash-up. The engineer and fireman jumped, and escaped.  Wm. M. Law has resigned as manager of the Russell-Law-Caulfield Co.,  Ltd., .of Greenwood, being succeeded  by J. J. Caulfield. ,, Mr. Law will give  more attention to his extensive mining  interests.  \V. J. Prendergast returned Monday from a several months' trip to the  east, during which he visited his old  home at Eganville, Ont. Mr. Prendergast is already getting the skating  rink in shape for the winter season.  - At a meeting of Greenwood Typographical Union N0.358, held last Saturday at Greenwood two new members  were received, and H. A. Falconer, of  the Greenwood Times, was elected vice-  president, to fill the unexpired term.  " J. G. Clark,- C. P. R. agent here,  left last Tuesday for -a month's vacation, which he will spend at Slocan  Junction, where he has a ranch, and  also at the coast. G. R. Thompson,  agent at the Granby smelter, is acting  as relieving agent.  A tramp stole three pairs of trowsers  from the Eholt Trading Co. a few days  ago. He is now serving three months'  time in the Nelson jail as a result. In  trying to get out of the country lie  walked into the clutches of Constable  Dinsmore, of Grand Forks.  The Phoenix Fire Department have  arranged with the Cosgrove orchestra  of seven pieces to give ,one of their  musical entertainments here on the  evening of December 1st, to be followed  by a dance. This orchestra has an excellent reputation, and those who attend  will doubtless enjoy a treat.  Two weeks from tomorrow it is expected to move the telephone exchange  from the present location to the Bank  block. The force of men busy at  building the new permanent line  through the city have been making  good progress this week, notwithstanding the considerable snow.  The Grand Forks Sun states that  the only resident of this end of the  district so far mentioned as a candidate for the approaching Dominon  elections is Duncan Ross, editor ol  the Greenwood Times. The Pioneer  understands that the name of Charles  Hay of Grand Forks is being favorably mentioned in that connection, as  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Boyle blk,  Nov. 13 to 16.  Harness  and   harnessmakers   supplies, Granby Exchange.  -A  few  more  nice rooms   in    the  Marsh block to let, Granby Exchange.  There is talk of getting "P a minstrel  showhere some time after the holidays.  The influx of commercial men is  still hitting Phoenix in goodly numbers.  Joshua E. Mills is away on a several  weeks trip to Seattle and other coast  points.  It is anticipated that tlie new brick  stack of the Greenwood smelter will  be completed by the first of January;  It is said.lhat there is moie demand  for houses and residences in town than  there has been at any time for over a  year.  J. F. Royer, owner. of the Grand  Fork��-Phoenix-Greenwood stage line,  is in the Big Bend, Washington, purchasing some 40 or 50 horses.  W. G. Gaunce, of Greenwood, and  secretary of the Board of Trade of  that city, was a visitor here Tuesday,  looking after his mining interests.  On December nth the local aerie  of the Fraternal Order of Eagles will  give the annual ball at Miners' Union  hall. ^ As usual, it will be no small  event.   . ������....���'   V ���  The Intermediate/Hockey Club will  give a ball on the evening of November 26th, at Miners' Union hall. The  boys say that every one who attends  will have a good time.  Last Monday was King Edward's  birthday, he having seen just 62 summers and winters. In Phoenix the  only celebration was the closing of the  public school on that day.  Wm. Yolen Williams, superintendent of the Granby mines, who has been  down with the grip for a week or two,  is rapidly improving, and in a few days  will probably leave for a couple of  months' vacation.'  Ye Olde Folkes Concerte, for the  benefit of the Phoenix General Hos  pital, was in progress last night when  the Pioneer went to press. There was  every. evidence of its being a large  Full report next week.  ���� Methodist Quarterly Meeting.  ���At- the   second   Quarterly   Board  meeting of the local Methodist church,  held last Saturday evening, the following stewards were elected,   Messrs. C.  W. Greer, Hugh Reed, Geo.   Murphy  and   Miss  Gammon���-Mr.   Reed was  appointed    recording   steward,     Mr.  Greer, treasurer, and   Miss  Gammon,  envelope steward.    Miss L. Cuthbert-  aon and Messrs.   Reed and   Murphy  were appointed to represent the Q. O.  B. as a Sunday school committee. The.  treasurer's   report   was  received and  adopted and the assessable funds were  ordered paid. ���'The  loose  collections'  on Nov. 22nd are   to   be  devoted  to'  Columbian College,  and   the  society  representatives to  the  Q."'O.   B. are.  to be elected as soon as possible. Rev '  J. D P. Knox, presided.  Do you want  the  news of the'approaching'session FREE?     Subscribe  for the VICTORIA DAILY  TIMES1  for 1904, and receive the   paper  free |  until the end of this year. I  This offer is for cash-in-advance sub- j  senbers to the Daily  ($5.00) or the  twice-a-week ($1.00).  Full und impartial reports, half tone  cuts of members, cartoons and corridor  gossip. Four-page colored comic supplement every Saturday. Remit to  the rimes, Victoria, B. C.  MINERAL ACT, 1836.  Certificate of Improvements.  Notice.  I Ped Warrior Vinercil Claim situate iu Uie (.re'eu-  w.ic   .Minii:K Division of Vale District. .  Where located, at'.he head of Nicholson creek.  West t'opper camp.  I'akc notice Hint' I, Albert K. Ashcroft ] V. V  0. No. H55279. nctingns a^eut for Robert Markin,  Free    Miner's    (ertifirate   No. 1541791, intern,  sixty days from tlie date hereof, to apply to tht  Mining;  Recorder for a CertiBcnte of Impioyr  llients, for the purpose of obtaining a Croin  Grant of llieabovc clnini.  A ltd lurtlier tuke notice thut action, under section 37,niu*l be commenced before theissuancer  such Certificate of Improvements. , .  Dated this aist day of October, 1903.  ALBERT E. ASllfROKT, P. L. S  Perfumes . .  Imported French Perfumes  Imported English Perfumes  American Perfumes.  About nil of the perfumes worth having  ���no mutter where they are made���are  represented iu our perfume department.  Our store has tlie trado on perfumes, toilet waters and fine toilet goods because  our pations have learned that they yet  what they want when they come here.  BOYLE,  TMK   DRUGGIST.  I  1  Church Services  Tomorrow.      j  success.  The Hall Mines smelter was operated at a loss of $20,000 for the year  ending 30th June last.  The bullion shipped from the Hall  Mines smelter during last month is set  down at 612 tons, an improvement on  the preceding month.  A strike of twelve feet of solid ore  is reported from No. 2 tunnel at a  depth of 500 feet on the Highland  mine at Ainsworth, which is under  lease to B. Cortiana.  The output o( the Wilcox mine at  Ymir, for the month of October, is  again in excess of any previous  month. The amount saved on the  plates is represented by a gold brick  weighing 325 ounces, and of an approximate value of $4,000,  well.  New Electric Pump at Work.  C. E. Lane, chief electrician at the  Granby smelter, came np last week,  and set at work installing the new  electric pump recently received by the  Phoenix Electric Lighting Co., Ltd.,  for the purpose of pumping water from  the well near Marshall lake to the  water works system supply tanks.  Thursday the pump was started at  work, and ran as smothly as any one  could desire, it giving the greatest of  satisfaction. It has a capacity of 200,-  000 gallons per day, and of course is  operated with little cost, except for the  current used.  The water and light people have  been spending a good many thousands  of dollars this year in improving the  two systems, and no small part of it  has been spent on the water system  alone.  St. John's Church of England, Rev.  W. J. Wood, Missionary. Sunday.  School, 10 a. m.; Morning Prayer, n  a. m.; Evening Prayer, 7:30 p. 111.;  Everyone cordially invited to attend  any and all "services.  St. Andrews'  Presbyterian  Church,  Service tomorrow  at   11   a.   in.   and  7:30 p. m.    Sunday school and fiihlel  class at 2:30 p. ni.    Midweek meeting'  Wednesday at 7.30 p.m. i  Methodist���Services at 11 a.m. and]  7.30 p. 111, at HardyTMcKenziehall, the j  pastor preaching at both services. Sun  Jay School at 2.13 p. m.     A hearty invitation    is    extended to all.   Thos  Green, U. A , pastor.  There are some  People,  McRae Bros.  .. & Smith  Knob Hill Ave.  Books,  Stationery,  Newsdealers, J  Toys, J  Fancy Goods, i  Kodaks and , .1  Cameras, J  Office and i  School \  Supplies, I  Cigars and Tobaccos f  L.   .   AND   .   .        ' X  Fine Confectionery.    J  FALL  Ladies, do you want' the Newest  Ideas in New , York and Chicago  styles. Sorrento, Vincennes and Patterns Hats.  Call and see.    It's well   worth your  while.  Mrs* I Sproat,  Biner  Block,  Knoii Hii.i. Avknuk;  ii Phoenix who i'o uot reallie tin  quality o| slick 1 carry iu WiitcliCh,  i locks. Chain". Itlniix und Jewelry.  If you wish something tliQt is jus  the thins, ����d that, is just as it i."  represented, give tlie a call.  W. Zimmerman,  Dominion   Av<  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������a  ���   ���  \City .  ��� Transfer, J  WEBB & MAYNARD  General Painting and  ., Sign Writing.  Greenwood, B. C.  ?-  Now we have  got down to business, we have  oil hand iqo or loss, each,  Bed Quilts  nt from 25c, up.  Blankets  at from $2.00, up.  Chamber Sets,   Bedroom Sets,  Stoves, Cooking utensils.    Our  prices are right.  Granby Exchange.  arm  FOR THE  Holidays  You are doubtless thinking of what  you will give this year for Holiday  presents. Nothing plenses more than  some piece of jewelry ������a Watch, a  King, or any one of a thousand and  one things that we can furnish you.  See my goods before sending to the  east or elsewhere. I know I can  please you.  Q. E. DEY,  The Jeweler, Knob Hill Ave.  Official  C.l'.K, Time   Inspector.  $&P&&Z>&$>��&i>^i>��ti^  WANTED  All purnoiiH liiiviii^ mining  fliarcH io come and lUt prune  wi'.liniri.  TO-DAY ...  I want elmrcH In the  International Coal & Coke Co  Winnipen mine,  Oro Denoro mine.  Hoii8t'8, Rooms and Cabine  linenl, Ri'iil Ewtate and hi-  Mirnnr-e, Notary Public, j  E  H   Mortimer   v- ��- B"x 33      t  l. 11. iuui inner,     HiornixTn c. \  otel  Review  &1, 4ih und 5th rl<K��'H  S|ioki'��iiiHii-lieview  lidililmn,  SPOKANE.  ..  Tim  Hni'Ht  family  hotel in ilie ciiv.  With or without, honnl. Priresmoderate.  SUTHERLAND * DART,  1'roprie-toiH.  WHEN IN NELSON  St.jp AT 'i'llK IIotki.  The New .Maniigci, H. TOMKINS.  has made it the Leading Hotel ol the  Kootensiys.  Dry Wood for sale,  : W. B. DOCKSTEADER,:  J, Residence and Stables at foot of q  Z Dominion Ave., Phoenix, B C *  2  P.O. Box 269 'Phone No 40.   s  ��� ������������.-������������������������a O ���������������������������������  f'gWi'nra^'MWrTifciniwi'iaa  Just Opened  The Royal Restaurant  Cor. Knob Hill Ave. and First St., Summit Hotel.  Open Day and Night.       -j-       Heals at All Hours.  Tony DePasquale, i>mP.  Oysters in every style.  ..   Good Rooms to Reut,  FisHy  Game <SL  Poultry  The Union Meat Co.      f  Announces that an up-to-date Butcher Shop hns been opened  in the McMillan Block, Knob Hill Ave., I'hoenix, and solicits  a share of the public |ia(.i\tiiiage. '  Shops at Mnclepd, AUa,,"-��� UNION    MFAT   CO  tareeiiwood, Urand Forks aud Phoenix, B.C      ��JMIVn    1TH-./A I    V*Vf.  'Iron  Brew*  A Non-alchblic   Life /Renewer  ,-   BOTTUSP BY   -.,.,; /  LION BOTTLING WORKS, �����~   "1  JA8. McCREATH, Prop.  I'liceniK, B. C  Phone orders solicited.  Black's Hotels  ......Dominion Avenue, PHOENIX, B. C  Orders for the special holiday edition of the Pioneer, in magazine form,  '" the stead of Mr. A. E. McPhillips,  Ihe New Cabinet.  The British Columbia cabinet has  been reconstructed, and F. J. Fulton,  Conservative of Kamloops, was swoin  in as President of the Council, and  the portfolios were re-arranged as follows :  Premier McBride becomes Minister  of Mines and Provincial Secretary.  Hon. R. F. Green of Kaslo, formerly Minister of Mines, is made Chief  Commissioner of Lands and   Works  Hon. Charles Wilson, K. C, of  Vancouver, formerly President of the  Council,   becomes    Attorney-General  Commodious Sample Rooms .        '  First-Class Dining Room in connection  Bar Well Stocked with Choicest Goods  Most Conveniently Located  Telephone No. 26. W. S. DOYLE, Prop.  |J  E CYCLOPS MINING STEEL  Q     RUSSELL, LAW, CAULFIELD, Co., Ltd  AGENTS. GREENWOOD.  SHOES AND DIES  ���?.- "vvHESERffi  THE CROCKER PATENT TURBINE  We are building these wheels for heads from three to one hundred ieet or ,t  more.  -Our Catalog B gives ninety  pages   of   information  about  them, and Aye are anxious to have:, you have a copy ou hand.    A  postal will bring one,  ������HnMBHI B UILT B Y  r  THE JENCKES MACHINE COMPANY, LIMITED  ROSSLAND and GREENWOOD.       835 Lansdowne St., SHERBROOKE, Que.  G. W/RUMBERGER  Real Estate and  Mines.. V;   ���������*���  Houses To Rent and For Sale* in all parts oi the city.  G. W. RUMBERGER,  PHOENIX, B. C.  H<KKr<KK><KHKKH><>OK)<><K>OK^^  Dominion  Avenue.  Telephone No. 28.  with cover, should be left at the Pio  ii ser office as early as possible. The  p.-ice will be 25 cents per copy, and  tlie issue will be a complete descrip-  i )i of the mines and smelters of the  1! > mJary���something that lias never  \ :l appeared.  who was defeated in Victoria.  The Hon. R, G, Tatlow, as Minister of Finance,' completes the Cabinet.  Hon. Mr. Wilson is the only member of the Cabinet who will have to be  re-elected. As President of the Council  he drew no salary, ;  en's Weaff E&cltssivelyy  Invites every man in Phoenix to give  him a call and examine goods. ....  H&tdy-McKem&e Blk.,     Dom-hi2on Ave.  ^fe^^PHOENIX, B. C.  I  When you are in Republic look for our sign  Rkpubuc Beer.  gEPUBLIC BREWING CO.  We have decided to carry on business  until Spring and will continue to sell goods at  the usual Low Prices to clear out the stock.  As our stock is badly broken we have ordered a large stock of Staple Dry Goods,  Underwear, Boots, Shoes, Rubbers, Etc., which  will arrive in a few days.  The  Dominion Avenue,  Phoenix.  <; Ms'1'-  ^Xtt^^ysr^'y^,I?r-V7~!rr?'  ��XL1


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