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Array ��   MilniiiK camp'�� the Boundary U at-  TSOEI^IX 'j>  ifvouwUli id receive Uie mining and  . �����! m-w-u of tliis camp nml the Hound-  s? Tu-wribeto the I-hoksix INonkbk.  -Duriug the year 1900 109,000 TONS  OF ORE were shipped from Uie wines ol  I j* PHOENIX/  For the first fi\e iiiotilh�� of 1901 o\er  90 coo tow*of ore were shipped, ot at thc  rate of ����,(xx>toiih annual!).  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District.   '  Vol. III.  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16,  1901.  No. 1.  paratio  <> Should include a cull at our NEW QUARTERS in the  Hank Block, Kutb Hill. We ate pleased to he able to announce to our Customers and the General Public that we  have scored another point as General Caterers lo tlie wants  of the people of Phoenix and vicinity, and it can now be  paid that we have the Largest and -.Most Complete  Stocks not only in this city, hut in th? entire disti'ct  In Pursuance of Cur Policy  BY DEC. FIRST  ���������IJ'  Steam Shovel Will Ee in Operation by that Time.  WILL LOaI) X'iftflif FIVE MIMTES  we have made Great Additions to Pry Goods and Clothing  Departments making it possible to secure your com; 1 te  Winter Outfit tinder one roor. ReiiHinlcr cur stock is  New and-is Replete with Late Eastern St/lii  In Winter Foot Wear We Have  No-Pinch-Shoe. Here are shoes'" with natural shapes.  Made of Leather that wears and holds its shape. The  quality show all thrcrj-h ihe life of ll.e thee."  Visit Our Grocery Department  and you will find ilint it is easier to discovei your piofits than  ouisaud that each Dcpaiiment contains eveiyihing in season thai ihe  maiket afford-:, al prices not e<]u.ilIcJ in ihe city. All we ask is for  you to call and get prices. As Regards Quality���We entry only  STANDARD goods, Mich as the Pure Food Brand of Canned  Goods known all ovei the Dominion as a Standaid foi Purity and  Excellence.  1 MIMIC" ill. Ii**.  General  Merchants, Kno!) Mill Avenue, .Plioenix.  ly> carry the only complete stock of Merchandise in the City.  , it<  '-:  'Grar.by Fmeltcr  More Ore  "Qrinly" Being UiedT  Is Tow Ruining Through  Thataw*gyii!r   Before ��� A  .~J  Morrin, Thoirtpson  (EX Co., ���*�� *������ Store News  Groceries and  Canned.. Goods  UNQUESTIONABLV.  LEAD IN  'The steam shotel, ,(o be used in  handling oie iu the glory holes ot the  Old lionsides and Knob Mill mines,  wa' shi| ped by the manulactureis at  Ma.ion, Ohio, on the 10th of November and unless something unio'iseen  should happen, the machine will l.e  .11 woiking order,, by the fust ol  December. 'The steam shovel will be  In ought to I'hoenix on its own wheels,  being on a standaid gauge car, and  uesiile lhat theie will be anothei car  ol pans and fittings.  Last Sunda) about 200 feet ol tuck  weie laid 10 the open cut on the upper  end ol ihe Old Iionsides giound,  wheie the steam shovel will be put at  woik at liiht, 'This track "is'c'o'nnected  wuh ihe- Knob Mill rpiu. In this  open cut iheie aie i-ow six men a.;d  an engineer woiking, and they gel out  aboui threec.us 01 oie daily. Some  idea ol the utility ol the steam shovel  ian be had when it isleniembered that  ilns machine wiii piobably load these  thieeiais 111 about filieen minutes.  Moie men will be put at wink iu the  cut as last as they can be used to  advantage.  Grey Eagle Surface Stripped.  A shoit time ago a foice 01 men  weie placed at' woik *on the luiihei  end ol the Grey Eagle ground, adjoining the Knob Mill, to asceilaiu what  could be had in lhat locality in the  way ot sin lace shipping ore, A pipe  line was 1111 about 500 feet, from the  Wat Eagle compiessor, and lhat  machine used in the stripping. Tlvs  woik has now- been completed, aud  has pioved to the satislaction of Mi.  Williams the actual existence ot large  additional bodies of ore, which weie  believed beloie to be there. An ore  body zoo leet wide has been uncover  ed, and in one place a ml in the oie  has been made 30 feet deep and 20  leet wide. As the lecent tall of snow  was troublesome," the woik on the  Grey Eagle suiface has been discontinued, but the management is moie  than pleased with the lesults accomplished.  A plan has been in mind '��� for some  time to 1U11 the mam Knob Hill tunnel right thiough the mountain-, coming out on the Giey Eagle side lull.  'This would necessitate' diiung the  tunnel and its extensions alleady"!riiade  ,111 the Grey Eagle ground a distance  ol about 300 leet, it being in how some  1300 feet.y,. If there is any difl"euUy. in  getting out promptly all'ihe" iron'.ore  required by the smelter/nifiW--will be'-  done at an early "day, and probably  will be done anyway,.     y,;  Why Smelter. OjjJful IsHeayier.  'It has been noted -recently that the  output of theG>anby;smelterat Grand  'Forks.has been gradually getting heavier and heavier,- althortgny there has as  yet been no. increase'in the number of  luiiia'ces in Vise 'down there.       ���  A Pioneer, man inquired of William  Yolen Williams the reason for this,  aiid tlie explanation was apparently  very- simple. Heretofore it has been  the custom to send down all the ore  to the smelter just as it came from the  mine, where it was all crushed to the  size desired before being fed into the  immense blast furnaces. 'This worked  very well, but S.upt. Hodges, of the  smelter, wished to experiment a little  .with tilt).ore,. So,an..immense "grizzly"  Was made of railway iron to go over  one of the ore bins at the mine. 'This  is nothing more or less than a big  screen, by which the smaller 'pieces ol  oie are sorted and,.kept separate, the  largest of the small piece., being not  more than six inches in'diameter. 'It  has been -.thus -.found by experiment  that, this sorted ore, when smelted  with the other-ore, will allow of a larger  tonnage being put through the furnaces ydaily, and f still .producing the  standard quality, of'.matte, and having  no greater fosses than before���which  are well known to be as low as at any  smeltei bn'-the'eontinent.;  As hji-esult tlie uyo furaces oi the  smelteji "-Sliich have fli nominal capacity of 250 tons each per day, one day  recently put-triTcmp-yjotons of Phoenix ore, or an a'vta'age 'of ��� 475 ions  each. This is.jsai'd^,lq break all smeit-  iiig records ^^-feV'^'as^khown-:'';' Last  week the smelter average was over 711  tons daily. At this rate, when the  tlie two1 new..���"additional ;-t.umaces are  installed at the smelter, by the first of  January, instead of having' a combined  capacity of -i300 tons,; as heretofore  estimated,  the/capacity will be about  GETTINa KEADV COS HOCKEV.  Phoenix Club Elects New Set cf Officers far  This Season, .  'The annual meeting of the PhoenK  Hockey Club was held last-Tutsda)  evening, \ftei the secretaiy's report  had been lead and adopted, the follow-  11 g c.lticeis weie elcc led l��)i the season  of 1901-02 : '  Monoiaiy president, G- W. Rum  berger; honoraty vice-president, 'Thos.  J. llaidy; pieMtk-nt, <R, B. Boucher,  vice piesident, J. T. ,< Memenwa);  sec-ietaij-iK'.'isuier,.. Geo,* E. Ewing;  executive ccmmiitee, Alex. McDonald,  J. N. Gillis, Wm Dii'un, Dr. Gordon  and D Whiteside; manager, P. C.  Mi-Anhur. ���  Ihe matiei of a link w'ai taken up  and it was dec ided to mpke aiiauge-  ments with, Coinei '���& "U'lendergast,  who are the lesiees 0*1' the rink this  season. 'I he advisability^of meiging  the Plu.enix Hockey Club into the  Athletic Association w"ns also discussed  ami it was decided to appoint a committee to examine the finances of the  association and to lepoit at the next  meeting. 'The meeting then adjourned,  each inembei feeling .��� that Phoenix  will have ihe best tea in iu the  Boundaiy, on.the ice this season.  JAMES BREEN  Is Still In the Dominion Copper Company,  (JETTING NEW CEMETERY READY.  ACCORDING TO LATE J REPORTS  Something In the Wind in Connection Wilh  tht'li. C. Copper Co.���J. E. Boss is'ln  Camp.  BOUNDARY MINI.NQ NOTES.  *~      _ t  'The   shaft   on   the'.. Lake  Providence camp, is now clown  150 leet. 1.   '  claim,  neailv  Ai langements have beeli made to fur-  i4q9?|bris brt>f'e ea'c'h '3^'hours,.  Mrs. F. L. Cock left early in the  ���week for a several month's visit to her  mother in Nanaimo. Mr. Cock will  keep bachelor's hall j.in the meantime,  ther prospect the Rambler near Eholt  with diamond drills.  ��� A deal has been pending of late foi  the Mai shall group 6f claims,' near  Phoenix, for a figuie said to be $8o,ooo.  W. H. 'Thomas, consulting en'gincei  of the British Columbia Copper Company, at rived from New York'Tuesday  'This week 4,636 toils of ore weie  tie.ited at the Gianhy smeJiei, making  a total ot ;*5c5,,3i5 tons smelted lodate.  At the Sunset .mine, Deadwood  camp, the new oie bins have been  completed, and woik lias been staitec  cm tlie bunkhouse.  Yesterday was payday at the Snow-  shoe, and checks were made out in  some sixty difleient names, the laigest  list yet had at this property.  It is teported that the Jewel mine,  Long Lake camp, has ordered a new  hoist, and will' increase"the"e\isling  plant by two additional drills.  Last week the Granby smelter broke  all its previous records for 01 c treatment, the daily average lor the two  fin nai-es being over  711   tons.  'Ihe LucTe Die)uis group, neai  Nelson, Wash., had 31 tons of oie  treated at the Granby Smelter this  week, going $12.45 |<ei lon> it is said.  'The Golden Crown having been  un watered last week, Supt Duncanson  now has a force ol mineis at woik le  timbering and stai ting in on development.  ''    ���"'���'  "It is stated that a three-drill straight  line air compressor has been purchased  at Rossland for the Ruby, mine,  near.  Boundary Falls, where 15 men are em  ployed.',  'The work of sinking the shaft of the  Aetna, one of the Granby properties,  from the 33s foot level, has started.  In time it is intended to make this the  main working .'shaft of the Granby  mines. ,;'  Last Monday./was payday" for the  Granby "Co.,.''and for the Dominion  Copper . Co. ��� 'The former had considerably over 300 names on the payroll, while halfa dozen would .probably  cover the entire list of tiie latter.  'This week a mining man by the.  name of McDonald and- one of the  well known mining Porters'were ex:  amiiiing the Athelstan, in Wellington  camp, with a view to making a deal.  .'The water will 'probably be pumped  out -before long,  'The Cascade and Bonanza groups,  east of Christina lake, near Gladstone,  are beginning a series of lo-ton shipments to the .Granby smelter. H01I1  properties were located'at the time of-  the building of the C. P. R. into the  Boundary, three years ago.  'Two carloads of furnace and structural material for the Greenwood  smelter arrived this w :ek and the!  erectionof the new filrnace will now"  be pushed. It is anticipated that they.  will be ready lor operation by the New.  Year. 'The treatment capacity of the  smelter thereafter, it is said, will be  between 750 and 800 tons daily.  It is now expected that the work of  enlarging the Granby smelter to a  capacity of 1,390 tons per day will rot  be completed before January 151I1.  'The first installment of the two tew  furnaces, whose construction was de  layod owing to the machinists' strike  in Chicago, reached the* smelter last  Monday. 'The re.mainder-of the sampler machinery has also arrived, and  is being set up.  Invitations are out  for  the second  annual ball of Greenwood lodge K.  of  9-  P., No. 29. 'The.affair will be held at-  the Auditorium 011 the evening of the  37th inst. Music will be provided  by Kauffmann's stringed orchestra.  'The general and reception committee  is composed of A. D. Hallett, W. E.'  Macpherson, Max I'erger, Noimau  McLead, Perry f-;.->'.:. and EdlBirnie.  I his week the air has been full ol  Illinois in regard lo the intentions ol  the Dominion Coppei Co., owning the  Brooklyn gioup'iu this camp. Mining men ol vauous degiees ol import-,  a nee iu this connection have been  gathenng| lotind about die last tew  days,' and it leally begins to look as  though 'something would be doiie  shoitly about stalling up the pioper-  ties once more. As yet, howevei,  nothing definite can pe learned,_ and  Dame Rumoi has the floor. Whethei  she leaf I) knows anything about ie're-  mains to be seen.  Wednesday   night  J.   E.   Boss,  of  l'oionto, ai rived 111 camp, accompanied oy F. W. 'Thomas,  engineer ol the  H. ('. Copper Co.,   Ltd.,  owning  the  Mother   Lode   mine   and   smelter,  Rudolph Liden, supeiinlenuent of the  smeltei, also being in the party.   'They  weie closeted with J. L. Paiker, supei-  in'.endent of the Dominion Coppei Co.  '1 his is not the first time  that   Mi.  'Thomas  has    visited   the  Dominion  Copper Co.'s mines in this camp, and  no one  thinks he conies   here  simply  for his health.''    It is believed in some  quaiteis  that   there  is a deal  on   of  some kind between the Mother   Lode  people 411CI the Dominion Copper people. ' Whether this deal  is lor  taking  over of  the Brooklyn and Stemwinder  giouns entire, 01 merely foi   the 'treatment ot the oie in   large  quantities,  doesnot yet leak out. But it is said that,  now that the Mothei Lode  people are  leady to neat double the late aveiage  ol oie at their smelter, they- aie anxious to get a big additional supply.   It  seems pietty .certain that they can get  this  supply-in -the-Brooklyn,-Stem-  uindci, Idaho and Rawhide.  Air. Breed Coming Soon.  Notwithstanding   the   reports  that  have been published this fall in legaid  to Mr. Jiiecn being out of the Domin  ion Copper Co.,   theie seems   tea son  to doubt then  actcnacy.     It was well  known  that,   for  spending  a  ceitain  amount ol money here, Mi. Breen   seemed a laige block of the  company's  stock.     'Then  a  hitch  occurred  be  tween the directois ol the company in  l'oionto and Mr. Bieen, due it is said  to a disagreement as to the location of  the smelter that he was  to  build  foi  the company.   Just  about   this  time  Mr. Breen  apparently dropped out of  the active direction of the company's  affairs in Phoenix, and  work  on  the  properties, was ' temporarily  discontinued; 911 orders from/Toronto.  Mr. Boss, who was, it is said, 'instrumental'in the organizing of the  D01Winio.11 Copper Co. originally,, and  latter in getting Mr. Breen to take  h6ld, is once more in Phoenix, and  will' probably'stay for a while, till something definite is known. Mr. Breeu  was in-Niiw York recently, and had  some conferences with several people  interested out? here, and is expected to  arrive in Phoenix almost any day.  Among other rumors circulated was  one that M'f.' Bieen had sold out his  interest in the Dominion Copper Co.,  and another that he had secured an  absolute control in the affairs of the  company; but none of these can be  verified up to the tinie of going to'  press.- In many ways it would be a  good thing if the Mother Lode people  obtained control of the Brooklyn  group, and it would be an equally  good thing if Mr. Breen himself should  have full swing in the direction of affairs. In any event,..it appears almost  ceitain that strong',efforts are being  made to get the 'properties woiking  again and shipping, either to a smelter  owned by the company���r-the building  of which was One of the main ideas of  Mi. Breen^-oi..to "some smelter- now  ruuniiik! in the Boundary. All ol the  experts seem to be fully satisfied in  regard to the ore available in the  Biooklyn group lor immediate shipment.' ���       '���'.'  Amendment Proposed to the Trades License  By-Law.  At Wednesday's meeting of the city  cciunc il theie weie present Aldermen  Punch, Mai shall, Clark, Roy and  Moiiin, with Mayoi Rumberger in the  eh.111. 'Two small bills weie ordered  paid.  I he pioporiiioii of J. H. Macaulay  If 1 a'city 1 emeteiy site was accepted,  the site having been loand satisfactory  to the government, and Mi. Macaulay  *\as lei'iiested lo pioceed at once with  the rleaiiiig of a pait of the site.,    ,  Aldeiman Roy gave notice of his  intention to iniiodiice an amendment  10 Tiades License By-Law No. 1.  'Ihe lollowing motion by Aldeinien  Punch and Roy was can led :  Wh'crcas, SiM'tion 171, Sub-sect ion 12,  the ".Municipal Clnvii-es Ai't/'iisciiactcij  liv Clmp 2.'!, Sec 24, of the Mtiitutt'H of  It'. C, 1900, impoFL-g a lii-iMiei' of $250  per half vein on lnu\kci> anil (ii'ililluis:  And, Wlii'ii-asSfc. l'.'J uuiki-i* it doubtful wla-tht'i n mum ipal council run  exempt any class of luiMkcis uih! pedlera  fiom 1 his ruiAinciit:  ''Be it Ureolveil t'.at Ihr- nnuiicipul  i-imm-i! uf thu ciir-iutaiion of-trm eitv of  Plioenix lej-pectiully n quests ihe member lor this riding io introduce in the  If'j-D-lauiru tin aclil'lion to "-aid niih-wc-  tiiin, to read ns follows: 'Pioviiled that  no poison wliobelli* fNli, uauie, fiuit or  pnWnrfc uf hia own laiMiii:, elmll he  ileeinecl a hawker or uecldli-i wilhiu the  meaning of'iliis sub-sect ion'."  WAS PROVED  New Water System "at Wednesday's Fire  SAVED LOWER ENtt OF THE TOWN  Phoenix Laundry. Union Store aad Mint  Hotel Were Damaged ��� Fire Brigade  Did   Good   Work.  Only Patience Needed.  The foin smelters of the province in  opeiation ba\e a daily capacity ol  about 2,500, tons. Quadiuple their-  capacily and 10,000 tons ot ore a day  will be smelted. Ten thousand tons  a day is 3,650,000 a year, or moie  pieci'jus-metal ore than is produced by  any mining state in the Union, excepting only Montana. 'The smelting of  that ore would be done by fuel, every  ton of which would be mined in  British Columbia. No state in the  Union in which precious-meial mining  is an industry produces its own fuel  supply; all draw trom othei stales.  Can British Columbians get the highest lesults liom these natural resources?  They can, if only the people have  patience.���Nelson 'Tribune.  Promo'ed to be Manager.  S. Somerville, who has been for  some months acting manager of the  sto'ie'of the Win. Hunter Co.,'Ltd., i'h  PhoeniN, has been promoted to the  position ut managei. J. T. Kelly,  who was foimeily manager here, and  went east to get maiiied, has puichased  the company's btancb stoi'e at Thiee  Foiks, in the Slocan, and has settled  down theie. Mi. Kelly, who has many  Ii lends 111 Phoenix who wish him good  luck, is ilso postmastei in Slogan's  old mining camp.  PROM FAR AND NEAR.  1 .ast week's ore shipments from  Sandon amounted to 242 tons,  From" Kossland 'camp ' last week  there were shipped 4,620 tons of ore.  ....-Ore shipments through Kaslo last  week_ totalled 241 tons, from the  Whitewater, Last Chance, American  Boy, Rambler and Washington mines.  'The provincial government  has  re  funded $500, the amount advanced by  p-ililic.-spii itdd . citizens   for   the   im-  pioyemc'iit   of  ihe   North    Fork   of  Ke.tle river wagon'road,  Marysville, "the smelter city of  Soiuh-East Kootenay." is to have a  weekly called the Tribune. It will  appear today for the first time, the  publishers being-Simpson &��� Hutchison.  Work on Pumping Station.  Smith Bros, have been awaided the  contract for the election 01 the pumping station tor the new domestic water  system at Marshall lake,: and have  begun work. Late last week the ditch  for the pipe line, to the lake was ope.11.-.  ed up, and many of the large force  employed laid off. 'This week the  piles are being driven at the lake "for  the line'of intake pipe, the water to be  pumped for the present, by steam  power. But few.leaks in the system  have been discovered up to the  present..  Camped'at Hartford Junction.  ���'''The party of V., V. & E. surveyors,  under Engineer McCatty, who have  been located at Eholt meadow's for a  month or moie, have pitched.camp at  Hartford Junction, and it is said will  now run lines to White's camp and  Summit camp from that point, as" well  as to a few-' other places. All told  there are sixteen in the party. .'While  at Eholt creek four different lines  were run Into and around Gieenwood  and clown Boundaiy creek. Evidently,  while waiting to get permission from  the government to proceed with construction, the, lime is. to be filled in by  the surveyors of'the V., V.'\t E.  'The party that was working in the  American Okanogan, has been called  in for the winter and the paraphernalia  stored for the srason.  Wednesday evening about 11 o'clock  fire bioke out in the dry 100m of the  Phoenix Laundry, in the basement, of  the Millei block, on Dominion avenue.  Before it was put out the basement-  was gutted, and theclothing store overhead was practically destroyed and  some damage was' done to the Mint  hotel building adjoining.' 'Those who  weie piesent weie unanimous in saying  that but for the efficient water system,  'that entire side of Dominion avenue,  which is closely built, would have gone  up in smoke. It was the first practical  lilustiation of the effectiveness of the  new wajer supply.  Engineer Cock, at the Old Ironsides mine was just going on shift,  when he aw the smoke and gave the  alaim with the whistle. Immediately  the members of the volunteer fire  brigade were on the scene and at work,  one contingent bringing down the hose  reel fiom the upper town. Chief  Hemenway was on hand to direct  operations, and there were soon two  heavy streams playing on the buildings. On account of the burning  clothing the smoke was dense, and  the flames themselves were hidden as  they crept between the walls. 'They  weie, however, put out, the fire not  getting beyond the buildings leferred  to. The fire laddies certainly did excellent work and saved much  propeity. 'Two minutes after the first  alarm, a stream of water was playing  on the ^ire, and in five minutes the uptown hose team was there also.      r  'The Phoenix Launday was owned  by J.;T. Lawrence, now down with  typhoid fever in the Gieenwood hos-  pital^ His loss is nearly total, and ,it  is said there was no insurance. He  also occupied the old Columbia telephone office on the stieet level.  '1 he   Union   store,   owned  by  A. '  Fleishmann and 1. Lukov, is a  pretty-  bad wreck, much of the damage being  from water.    It is said that Mr. Lukov  had $800 msuiance on his stock.  Miller Bros, sustained a considerable  loss on the building fully covered by  msuiance.  Neil Stuart, ownei of the Mint hotel,  also had a loss of several hundred  dollars, which was insuied.  Got Even and Skipped.  About a month ago two Italians  working on the finishing up of the'  Brooklyn spur for 'Ticrnay &,McPhail,.  got into an altercation and came "to  blows. - Angelo Pasco cracked Joseph  Constance over the head, and thinking he had. killed him, Pasco made  himself scarce by way of tlie Eholt  trail. Chief of Police Flood set out  after and over took him near Summit  City. He was brought back and fined  by the.,magistrate for his friskiness.  But this was not the end. Con-  siance'felt that he had been given the  worst of it, and vowed to get even  when the time came. It came last  Saturday when both men were asjain  working for the same firm ori the  Knob. Hill spur extension. Seizing  his opportunity and a spike maul at  the same fi me, Constance struck Pasco on the head, and the latter fell like  a log. He was taken to the Green- :  wood hospital,'and is now recovering.  'The police were not notified for 24  hours after the occurence, .so that Constance had a good chance to put considerable territory between himself and  Phoenix, and.has not been heard from  since.  See Almstrom & Berg at  the  den hotel, Dominion avenue.  Nor-  *  S  ^i^ilM^^^^^M^^M^^^M^^^  %  i?��*  1  PHOENIX BRANCH ORE SHIPMENTS.  The following table gives Uie ore shipments of Phoenix Branch nm! other Boun-lary  mines lor 1900, for the past week, for 1901. aud the total to date:���  Old Ironsides, Knob Hill  and Victoria   B. C, Mine . : :-....-���'  Golden Crown .,.���  Winnipeg   Athelstan   Snowshoe.. ,  Brooklyn   R. Bell   'Totals, tons.   Mother Lode, Deadwood,  Sunset, "  No. 7, Central ;..  King Solomon, Copper..  wel, Long Lake   Other Boundary-.mines. .  lijoo  6^533  -19,494  2,250  1,076  1,200  -..Ji297  150  Week  Totals  4.7  lS  199,119  263,652  39.57��  59.��l9  2,250  .665  1,785  5.S��  i.75��  1,263  1,560  150  560  560  Stj.ooo  5 >340  5-4*8  2,176  241,727  74,293  395  940  . 1,250  290  500  329,726  79>633  395  940  1,25��  290  i  ���*&.  ���A  1%  A  (A  1  Grand 'Totals, tons.  97o7��        7>6*9      3'9,395  3-73�� |;|  4 '5,964 -|?j  ^^t^^^^^^^^^B^M^^m  Si  . j). ft  'l!i I-  -' m  ���n't  ': ! ���  ���5 J" *  'N I f  f ?  I ���  W  n  Ik  G'SJW;  **io -^  ���'TO  ��� w r  h'-.'  I,  %j -  4n  ���%' ���  �����'' i"  l-,K   "J 1  I'l r  '"1,  a.  J^-i  ' 1  ft*"  it, THK -pttOKNnX PIOMKRR.  ,, r   s  ������*���  '1'  <", -'-'  [ ' V>       r  raSmiiSSm  ��-f ran  ��������������������������������������� ������4 ���������������������� ��*t<��f��f*��*��'l'����������������� ������������������ ����<�����)��������������  : The Canadian Bank of Commerce I  �����-  4-  ���f  ���*���  4-  ���  *�����  head oitice, toronto.  Capital, $8,ooo,ooo.      ���**-      j*      Rest, $2,000,000.  HON. GEO. A. COX, Pnaiitnt. B. E. WALKER, General Maiugcr.  ).H. PLUMMER, Axs*t Geo'l Muuger.  : ii. I DAVIDSON, Acting Mgr. Greenwood Branch J  ��� ���������������������4 4�� ���������'������ ���������������������* �����������*��� <�����������< ����������������������������������������������������������+  'Those best infoimed do not ciedit the  rumoi.  The great Steel Trust owns up to  earning $54,000,000 net in six months.  'This is more than the earnings of all  the national banks in the United  States tor a whole year. And yet the  Steel Trust got into a squabble with  its employees over a little matter  of wages.  Nitrous oxide and oxygen lor painless extraction ol lerlh at Di. Math-  son's.    Both phones. *  Good comfottable rooms at leason  able rates, at Nciden hotel, Dominion  avenue. *  JOHrt. A. CORYELL.  Provincial Land Survevor,  Civil and Mining Kn'-'inekr.  FhTABLISHFD   1888.  PHOENIX and GRAND FORKS, B. C.  The Phoenix Pioneer*  IHSUKD ON SATURDAY BV THE  PIONEER PUBLISHING 00.  AT PHOENIX, B. C.  W. B. WILLCOX. Manage*.  -,.,',������_   ( Business office No. i<.  Telephones   * Manage,.B resjdencc No. 15.  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCK.  Per Year ��� $> 00  Six Months...'. -  i.��5  To Foreign Countries 300  If vou are not ��� subscriber to this paper, this  Uan lui'iUtion to vou to become one.  Boundary, If you will send us names  and addresses, we will be pleased  .0 forward free sample copies to  any point on this earth.  The Pioneer has some improvements  in view, which we believe will meet  with the approval of our growing list  of readers. Announcement of these  will be made in due time  Sly, wily I.i Dung Chang, the chief  of Chinese statesmen,   has  rolled  off  this mortal coil just m  time to  leave f  his   countrymen   with    some of the *| *  ,       . 1 *** *  knottiest problems of this generation   "'  on their hands.    In the course of his  momentous caieer thrifty Li   managed  to save a lew dollais, and was leputed  to he the  richest  man in   the  world  when he died.  Vegetables!     I  Vegetables!! |  D. J. MATHESON,  INSURANCE AGENt,  FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDFNT.  rommlRiilmirr fur tuline AffMiulM.  Phoenix, B.  KNOCKERS AND KNOCKING.  Advertising rates furnished on application.  Legal notices 10 and j cents per line.  Four weekly insertions constitute one month's  advertising.  .    " PIONEER'S THIRD VEAR.  With this issue the Phoenix Pioneer  enters upon its third year in  the more or less troubled seas of  journalism. Just two years ago this  month the first number of this paper  appeared'in Phoenix, attended with  perhaps more'than the usual' difficul-  Of late the interior provincial press  has had something to say about that  specimen.of the genus homo known  as a "knocker." From the tenor of  the articles thus far piinted theie was  evidently cause for their publication.  The specimens referred to were doing  a business of which they should have  been ashamed, and for which they  should have been diummed out of  their respective localities.  A "knocker" is one who, for fancied  reasons, appears to take a fiendish delight in - saying all the derogatory  things he can about the camp or  locality, or its industries or business  men, thap he can. He fairly chortles  with glee when he is successful in his  despicable  tactics,   and , by   his   ill  One hy one 1 lie newspapers of the  interior aie falling in'o line in demanding   a   just   and   lair   redistribution  measure as  soon  as   the   legislative  assembly meets; but  the  majority  of  the coast pnpers are  careful  to leave  the matter  alo e,   as  a  rule.     The  Kamloops Sentinel   and   the  Nelson  Tribune   aie   in. the  front  rank  of  those demanding this refoim, and   the  latter'is opening'Its columns generally  Jo a discussion  of the subject.    Of  course,   redistribution  in  a  fair  way  means thatuhe coast lidings will   lose  some   of   their    members,   and   the  interioi   -will,gain.  Wholesale and Retail.  AH home   groiwi   unit ill Nile   Shape.  Shipped prompt!} on receipt of onier.  JAS. H. PETERS,  V. & X.rPlioiieat Knuch.       a     A    j��  Corresponciciict; solicited      **^   *^   *?*  COLUMBIA, B. C.  r. a. scon.  c'onikacior and builder.  Estimates Furnished.  PHOENIX, II. C.  White Cooks and Waiters' Union  No. 124 W. L. V.. of Phoenix.  Meets Tlnirsilnr niulito, H:U�� o'clock at  Miners' -Union Hull.  H. S. CAVLEY. W.  II. COCHRANF.  CAYLEY & COCHRANE,  Solicitors, Etc.  PHOENIX, B. C.  J. T. Lawkknck,  President.  MlSI CLARK,  Si-crttarv.  Those desiring helpapply to secretary. Tlioiie3<>  I. 0. O. ,F.   Snow  Shoe Lodge, No. 46.  D. WHITESIDE,  Uarrister, it Solicitor,  Grates-Williams flloct.  PHOENIX, B. C.  Take your  INSCRIPTION  TO  BOYLE  THE  DRUGGIST.  Phone No. U>.  Night Bell.  I P. Burns & Co.  I'HOENIX  MARKET,  HFAD OFFICE rOR HOUNDAKV CREEK, ORr KNWOOI), It. <���.  HI-AI'QUARII-RS, NELSON, II. C.  .... Wholesale ii Ui WA forctab. I  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan Citv  Silvetton, New Denver, Ymir. Salmo, Rossland, Tiail, Cascade'  (���rand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Niagaia and Phoenix.  MretH   I'verv  Momlav  live ut   Hanl\- unnti  McKi'iuit-    Hull      Vifitj-ti��    llreth'eii   R. D. KEKR,  Coiclinlly Inviti'il. i). Wihtkmdi*, N.��".  I'ko. \l. JIbad, ltKt:.>iL'.  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON; .*  All orders receive prompt attention.  ties' of an  initial  issue.  . 'I'he plant (    ,  . .   ..       -,    ..      u j   ���   .  u     ��� advised comments or efforts  upsets a  used in its production had just been|^. .     .       ,.   j   ,     ,_,    u    u ,  hauled from Grand Forks^rthere bejng  no railway then���over the worst roads  imaginable. - Getting out the first'  number in a building without windows  aiid doors in this season",' as may be  supposed, was no picnic.  j mining or realty deal. He should be,  and as a rule is, tabooed by all reputable business men, yet he often gets in  his deadly work just the same,' among  people-where his  true status  is  not  From the beginning - the management of the Pioneer has endeavored  to have their faith , in , the future of  Phoenix as bne of the'greatest and most  productive camps in British' Columbia,  mirorred in its'columns. Since'.'then  the city has become incorporated, and  , while in a business sense we have had  our ups and downs here, still -'the gen-  eral progress of the camp has been  marked and steady each year.      - . <"  When the Pioneer was first issued  the Granby mines���the great producers  of the Boundary���had not "shipped, a  pound of ore. .Up to date these/ properties have sent out to, the smelters  over 250,000 tons of orex" more, than  z00,000 t,pns. of. which was shipped  lhi�� year. The place itself has grown  from a straggling mining camp of 600  or 700 people" to a well ordered city  of about 1,500 .souls, with_ graded  streets, waterworks and electric lights,  and an exceltentr'municipal administraJ  '  * *    *���<��� ' *     1  *  _ tion.     * . 1 *  *w  The future of Phoenix is full of Uope  and promise.' In the past, advancement has not been as, rapid as-anticipated, bitf possibly it has.' been the  better "and more solid on this account.  '1'hus far the.Rloiieer has endeavored  in its humble way to keep pace with  the advancement of the camp;-'and of  the entire Boundary, r Whether it has  succeeded in doing this, it leaves to its  readers to .determine. Without any  self praise, however, we may say that,  since its first number, issued in a dingy  basement, to the present, when it  occupies a comfortable, centrally located building to itself, the Pioneet  has constantly been in receipt of compliments, from London to ' Vancouver  and from many intermediate points.  known.  1 A case in |x>int occurred recently,  that of J. ,M. Haggerty, of Loom is,  Wash., .who because of his previous  connection with the pi ess was allowed  to ventUiis spleen in the Spokesman-  Review; against the Palmer . Mountain  Tunnel Co., a mining concern against  which he is alleged r to have: had a  fancied grievance. Mr. Haggerty  knocldd as loudly as he could against  the concern, and when he returned "to  Loomis, was treated to a  coat of tar  .    .. '  and feathers by the indignant business  men' 0/ that town. 'Mr.-Haggerty put  qp a $50 forfeit' with' the Spokesman-  Review for an examination of the  tunnel, which was- treated with con-  temptby the management of the tunnel  company, seeing that' it would be  Worth, some $3,000 to make an'expeit  examination" of the property!  Whether Haggerty's statements were  or were not correct, this was a deliberate case of knocking, and' his fellow  citizens at Loomis so considered it,  taking the law into their own hands  and'acting accordingly.  I - Some of the best properties today  in British'Columbia have been turned  'down,by experts, and some of the best  cities,hav^ been let severely alone ,by  investors���to the financial loss of both.  Opinions, especially in incipient stages  jof development, differ; but thai is no  Teason for knocking. If one does not  like his surroundings or environments  let him go elsewhere or hold his peace.  Byj knocking he does no one any good,  but -on the contrary; harm. There is  no room for the knocker iu British  Columbia���let hi in seek other climes'.  Thus far the Pioneer has not been  a remarkable1 financial - success,  although by the hardest kin<i<of work  we have' managed' to meet our paper  bills promptly, to liquidate with the  able assistants in the mechanical department and Unsuccessfully stand off  the- sheriff. Possibly we are to be  congratulated for even that much  progress, with the hope of making  something in the future.  EDITORIAL COMMENTS.  John Houston keeps hammering  away at redistribution. Good for John.  The sultan liquidates claims quickly  when enough cruisers are sent to em  phasize demands. He is, sometimes,  a man of discretion. .  The Rossland Miner thinks that  city is "bound to boom" this winter.  What's the matter with getting the  labor troubles settled before talking  about booms. A boom is a doubtful  blessing, anyway.  ; '���>, There is one thing about Smith  'Curtis, the member for this riding. No  Wne doubt for a minute where he  stands in provincial politics. This is  more than can be said of several members of the legislature.  BRITISH COLUMBIA MINING NOTES.  'I'he WhitewatcfTias eighty men at  work.  The Whitewater for last month shi|>-  ped 765 tons of ore.  I'he Silver'l'elle in Best basin will  likely be started up.    ,  1'or October the Monitor, in the Slocan, shipped 23)4 tons of ore.  The Last Chance tunnel is now in  1900 feet and is expected to cut the  ledge any day.  The Silver ' Glance at Bear Lake  shipped, 10 tens for October. Returns  were $200 *ier ton.  Operations will be resumed on the  Highland mine, near Ainsworth, on  Januaiy 1, and it is anticipated that a.  fprce of 125 men will be employed.  The Noble Five recently struck a  rich ore chute. ' This does' not refer  to the $200,000, mortgage being foreclosed on the heading property by Jas.  Dunsmuir.      <  The Antoine, in theSlocan, resumed  o|)erations a, short time ago, putting  about nine men to woik. > Two weeks  ago a shipment was made, the first for  over, a year and/a Viaatu ^  It is reported that * rich strike was  located in - the; lower. tunnel of the  Washington mine in McGuis*an basin,  i'he findjs saidljtobea rich one of high  grade galena* and proves to be a larger  body than another strike made nearh  two months ago..'  PHOENIX AH  NO. 158.  .Harrisikk and Solicitor,  notary i'uiilic.  PHOENIX, B.C.  %��5  V. JIO* NIHK. I res  Meetings, U'ednes-  dn>- S 50 p. 111. ��t  Mincra' Union Unit.  Visiting      lirethren  cordially invited.  R. I��� HOY I). Scc>.  Phoenix Lodfe No. 28,  Kaiihts of Pythias.  .Meets every Tuesda> night  ��t 7 30 p. in , Miners' Union  Hall.  Visiting brethren welcome.  C A. McCiung, C. C  D.J.Matheson. k. R S.  Phoenix : Bakery  C. W. GREEK,  Prop.  Plioenix Street,  Opp. P.  0.  Bread Delivered Daily tp all  parts of the City.  When w'e say we nisLe good Dread  we are only repenting the words of  out mini) customers. To the stranger  we say. Try it and be convinced,  fins. CAKKH, COOKIES, DOUGHNUTS, Etc., always on hand.  Light Express iu Connection  V.& N PIIONK. SJ. ,  [OB PRINTING    r  ���r  NEAT AND  ATTRACTIVI  AT THE PIONEER JOB OFFICE  Complete  Stock of  Watches, Clocks,  and Jewelery,  Watch  Repaiiing a Special!}.  Spectacles and Eyeglasses Fitted.  A Snap for  Subscribers  OLD AND NEW  W. ZIMMERMAN,  First St., opposite Kastcin Township Hank,  Phoenix, II. C.  WHAT THE   EDITORS SAY.  Fiom alt mine'auditors who cannot  audit mine accounts, and from all  mine managers who .cannot manage  mines���good Frecheville ��� deliver us.  Rossland1 Evening World.  "It seems a pity that the interior  papers should attempt to arouse sleep;  coasters and the_ newspapers - like the  Province, but the interests of the pro  yince are of more importance than the  equanimity of those-who1' believe thai  the province stretches no further ��� easi  than tidal water. When1 the interioi  gets fair representation there will be  no further-need^or clamoring.���Greenwood Times.  ' We caiinot imagine anything more  abstnd than the current talk as to. the  inhereht_weakn$$s in the copper silua  tion. As a matter of fact, looking  ahead a few years, we do not know  where new copper is to come from un  Jess new copper ore Iwdjes are* dis  icovered. Do you know of any product  that has.been stimulated by high prices  :that is in such favorable condition" as  coppei? .���Wesfern Mining World.  In closing these, personal remarks,  we would say, if you) Mr. Subscriber,  believe the Pioneer is worthy of sup-  pott and is filling its mission arcept-  ably, will you not'mention it to your  Judge Leamy has been authorized  Ijby the Ottawa authorities to' hold  county court in Yale as well as Kootenay. Wonder it this much of a  concession was due to our member in  the House of Commons, Mr. Galliher.  To be'given by the  Lakes'; $jd  ��octiey  of thc Presbyterian Church.  Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto  Globe (daily) both for One;,  year [   Plioenix .Pioneer and Toronto  .Globe, (weekly) both for One  .year ..\ :...;   Ptibenix Pioneer and Montreal  Daily Herald, both for tOne  ttqsii   /fncluding Handsome PortrnitN    ���        '  J^"L    \of King Edward, 17x11 inches,"   Phoenix-Pioneer and New York  World, Thrice-a week, both  for one year !   m  2.50  150  C A. McClgng & Co.,  Hay, Grain, Feed, Rolled Oats, Etc.  Phone No. 36.       STANDARD, AVI?., PHOIiNlX.  2.50  Send all subscriptions to this office.  PHdENIX PIONEER,  PHOENIX, B;C    -  te iiiiil Livery Line  Makes  Two Round 'Trips Daily Bkiwkin  Phoenix ano  Greenwood.  a. 111. nml 1.00   p in ,   I'li'ii-nix  Leave* IVim-hit nt !l  Time  Leaves (tiecnwmiil at 11.00 a.in anil 4 p 111.. Creeiiwcioil  Time.   Sinnlavi- Imvi8 Plioenix al 9:30 n in., nml  - C'reenwood at 12:30a.m.  A. BLOOMFIELD, Proprietor.  Phoenix Laundry  __J. T. LAWRENCE, Proprietor   Bundles called for and delivered promptly to every,"part of the city. Send your  order by Phone.  n.....m��.����.TC4<.u>m.M..M ��JmV. ...MV.M>mm.,l . , *    .^P��  ONLY  .USION    II E I, P    E M P L OYFH  BUST OK WORK GOARANTKltn V   & N. PIIONK NO. 30.  Dominion  Avenue,   Adjoining   I'utte  Hotel, -       -        Phoe.iix, B. C,  I TN this line we are in  a better position,  \ *    than ever to supply the want-* of the  - j Public of Phoenix  Undertaking  and Embalming  CLARK <SL BINNS,  ���'Old Ironsides Ave.  Bellevue  Hotel, f$g$��&j  I Ins hotel isVcntrally located, newly buift and  newly    ,      '-.m  furnished throughout.     Everything is   first-class.    Bar  stocked with the finest.  EDWARD SIMPSON, Prop.  PAUL KAUFFMANN, Proprietor. .-_-  'There will be a Program h> Connection:  ADMISSION CO CENT*.  The press reports are to the effect  that   the   Dunsmuir   government'1 is  "going in for a bold  policy,  namely  j that of constructing the 'Coast-Koot:  Iriends who may be interested  in the. enay road as a government railway."  House and Lot for Sale  on Old Ironsides Avenue,  Reasonable amount down,  balance monthly payments  at-8 per cent per annum.  This is a snap,  mean business,  Apply to *��jy  PIANOS, ORCAMS.VIOUNS AND  Large and Small Instruments at Right   Prices.  TOLL 1 INE OF SHEET MUSIC _  COPPER ST., GREENWOODS C. ^IS^^'S!;^  Short Notice.  rrmmNNmm  LUMBER COMPANY, Ltd.  T"  MANUFACTURER''OF ALL KINDS OF  ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER  OFFICE AND YARDS  ROSSLAND, GREENWOOD, CASCADE and PHOENIX, B. C.  tx Home Stewed  Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars always in  stock. Roard by day orw��f>k> One trial and  you will remember The Maple Leaf Forever.  ,Aye. r���rr~��  McDOMD, Pry., phoenix  Brewed by n HomeUnstitutioi. has proven the test and has made a  host of 1'r.ends who testify to its Good Qualities  e Best hotels m Phoenls  serve it to their customers, and who find   that  ihe  Beer  "Made at  Home' is equal, if not better, than foreign brewed.  JULIUS MUELLER, Proprietor.  Comer, Standafd Ave. and Bansic? St., PfcoeaJx-^  �����"���^1IWr*l*l'MI'^FMKI11"1M-"l--UL'!''g!'  ri  I1  m THE PHOENIX  PIONKKR.  >CC***"*<*i  ���mherger,  Ageit for Dominion Copper Company's Addition to  PHOENIX  ChDlc2 Btfsiaess aati Residence Property ia All Parts of City.  Wkat we  Prophesied  T AST APRIL we prophesied that Phoenix would  *-' be shipping more ore than any camp in British  Columbia before the end of the year.  Over 300,000 tons of ore have been sent out  over the Phoenix branch of the C. P. R. since July, J 900���one year; and this  camp is today producing more ore than any mining camp in the Province*  I'HOENIX VVII.I, SHIP A5- MUCH OKK LV JilOl A-> .\IX OTHER CAMP.S IS BRITISH COLUMBIA TOGETHER.  I.ft lis tell you t-oinctliiii^ more about Phoenix ami ita |io"Sil)iliiit�� for investment.   Con wnondence promptlv answereil.  GEO. W. RUMBERGER ^ ^ , ^ PHOENIX, B. C.  4  ���  4  t  ������  4  4  4'  4  ���<  ABOUT LAPSED FREE MINERS' LICENSES  *>,-���  FRANK GOFORTH, Prop.  1 'T'llIS popular levin  *    *������    Ims Ih-cii refitted  refurnished  nml llior- t  oiivthly     ov-eilin ii led J  'The Best Appointed and Equipped  Hostlery in the  Houiidaiy.  thru ighoiit, nud furnished with nil the .  modern liotrt couveii- t  lenccs. l.'-cnlnnil Long t  Distance Telepli one J  < coililectk.il   Willi    the |  iodic -and U Iick.lotiar- *  ters for Static nnd Kail-  way traffic; nnj every  attention is   given to |  | tlie comfort and con-   ���  | veuience    tif patrons  \ Z T1k hotel has been ell   ���  * larged liy Ihe addition I  | uj, fifteen   nicely   fur-  f lushed' rooms,  Q^ss��i> ��� in^s��-m^^V  ��� WINES, Wm>, and CIGARS  IMPORTED., and DOMESTIC.  j Comfortable Sample  j ��t* Rooms for jt  j Commercial Travelers  The   Public   Patroni|-e  Respectfully Solicited.  We aim to please our present large trade and  dencrve more.  I  Dominion Avk.,  PHOENIX, B. C.  me BUTTE CAFE  0��en Day  ����� ml-  ...Night  Game in Season  First-Class Dining Room with Piivate  llo.ves for Families. Home Cooking.  Only the I3e.sc of Everything to be  found in the Markets,  ���  4  4  4  4  ���  4  4  4  ���  4  4  4  4  '4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  p44.444444444444444-44444-f4440OC*-f-f-f-f4444*4444444-f-f44-ir  PALACE   LIVERY   STABLE  [c and Transfer Line,  GEO. W BLAKE  SKE,        j |  MANAliKR.   '   4  ...     I   t  Stag<  PHOENIX,  .Stage leaves   Phoenix  ���'     wood      ' Leayes Gieenwood  .   .  Best turnouts  'long drives.  B. C.  lor  Leaves Phoenix   .-.   1  Leaves (Jreenwood   4  Green-  ... .8 a. 111  .10 a.   m.  in the Boiuijiarv.' Horses we'll suited foi  111.  COLLINS & HcGILLIS, Props.  j Lion Bottling Works]  JAS. McCREATH. Prop.  jobbers in- Wines, Beer and Cigars  OI.'DKR.*-'    BY   TKI,KI'HONE  I'KOMPTLY KILLED.  SOI. K AGIJvrsi'Ot KKtCn-.Q*JI*I.I.KN' hKI.THRS-HI.Ul-:  LABI-MIKANIt TIIK MOsT II KAI.rllFUL AND REFRESH  ING   OK MINKKAI. WATERS  GREENWOOD and PHOENIX, B. C.  ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  d. w. Mcdonald  Plumbing  & Tinning  Job Work Promptly Attended to.  ' Pli6eiihr.it! eel (Back ofPostofficc.) V. & N. Phone Mo.  Phoenix, B. C.  Residence Lots in this well located addition are now  on the market. Good water on the property. Convenient to all the mines. Liberal sized lots from  30 to 50 feet front.  ��� J laleml'aiiDcciklofl by Mr. Justice' Irvlnj at  _. ���;.';���;," NeWnv;    < / /.-'-���  Oiieof. the most interesting legal  points which has cropped up in con-.1  lection 51th, the Mineral Act was  mssed uppn by Mr. Justice Irving at  he assizc/cuiii t yesterday, said a recent j  As'tie'oi the'kelson Miiier.' It was the,  cry vexed question as'to the interpre-  ition of the Mineral Act .with respect  ��� lapsed licenses ol" free miners, the  .evetsioiis of the interest covered by  such lapsed claims jointly owned, and  he |wwer of the sheriff or anyone,else  0 revive title in a property by taking  nit a special free miner's certificate  without the consent of the free miner  A'hose ceitific.ite lias lapsed.  The action in which the point came  ip was tin: of N. I<\ McNaught vs.  Harvey Van Noiman, Hallbur & Coni-  >any and P. R. Stewart. Thecin 11m-  .tanres weie: J. A. McKinnon ol  Silverton was indtbted to the defend-  sn'.s 111 the above action. Judgment  >ias secured against Mini, under which  he sheriff on the 291I1 d;iy of Maich  ast seized the quarter interest ol  >lcK.iniion in the Hampton, Camp  ���'ireand I'ltingei claims, known as the  .lampton gionp, and located on  'pimger,creek, about eight miles Ironi  ���ilocan City. The (rec minei's certifi-  ate held hy McKinnon was allowed  to lapse on the 31st day il the following May, and as 'the group was a  co-owned piopeity, the inference wns  that the interest of McKinnon 111 the  group therefore went to his co-owner,  McNauglit.  Howevet, lo protect the interest of  the judgment creditois the sheiiff on  June the'5th took out a special fiee  minei's certificate in the name of McKinnon, but without his consent.  McNauglit claimed the McKinnon  inierest and on the date advertised for  ihe sale ol the Mr-Kinnon interest  under the judgment]there was a clashing of interests between the sheriff  lepresenting the judgment creditors  .Hid McNauglit. The matter found  its way into the- courts and Judge  K01 in directed that an issue should ue  tried beloie the supreme court as to  the manner in which the lapsing'ol the  McKinnon certificate affected the interest, held by him-in the properly.  "It was in[this. sh-ipe that the. case  came before; Mr. Justice Irving. There  werie several attorneys engaged in the  case and their arguments occupied  consideiable time, upon the conclusion  of which the court gave judgment for  the plaintiff, McNaught, holding that  a free miner's certificate was personal  pioperty and could not he revived  without the consent .of the free miner  in whose name it had been, issued in  the first instance.  As the Hampton group is said to be  one ol "the best in'tlie Slocan lake dis-  tiict, and the ruling of Mr. Justice  11 ving on the point, the first that has  been made, it is said that an appeal  will he taken It is doubtful if any  other point which has cropped up in  connection with the Mineral Act for  the past two years has awakened the  inteiest that attached to the issue  between the parties in the McNaught  vs. Van Norman et al.  FROM PROFIT  LICENSE  <; EXTRA-PRO--  This Year's Improvements of  the Granby Co.  SMEtnira cost is u.^ per ton  Nol Easy to See Where Greater Economy of  Ortaslxatloa or Efficiency of Worltini  Could  Be AKalaeJ.  AINC1AL COMPANY.  'Com p anv's A or, 1 So 7'  ..!  CANADA:  PaoviHrc or Bbitimi colihiiiia.  no.2��. ; ';',"���������  IIH IS TO CEKTIKY that Ibe  T  Prices from $50 up.  Apply to  PHOENIX, B. C.  The following ai tide in regard to  the (iianby Co. was printed in the  November issue of the lJiitish Columbia Mining Record of Victoria:  The statement made by Mr. Miner,  president of the Granby Mining,  Smelting and Power Co., the other  day that the improvements at the  Granby smelter, now under constiuc-  tion, are being paid for .entirely out o(  the piofits of-the last and this year's  operations, is extiemcly satisfactory.  This company has not been very forward in bringing out a balance sheet  and report, but, on the contiaiy, the  main subscribers to the shaies aie the  original subsciibeis, when the van'ous  companies now consolidated were pio-  moted, and if they aie satisfied the  public has liot any veiy seiious icason  of complaint.  This company's operations have for  some reason or another always been  subjected to more than oidinaiy  amount of ciiticism, but in looking  back over its histoiy it is difficult to  see where greater economy ol organization 01 efficiency ol working could have  been attained. The ore in the Knob  Hill and Ironsides is exceedingly low  giade. It has always been telt that  its successitil tiealinent was in the  natuie of an expenment. Hut, certainly, il it had not been successlu!  theie would have been something very  lai out in the oiiginal calculations of  its nature and v.ilue. It has, apparently on. the contrary, proved fully as  amenable to treatment as was expected,  and the various economics originated  in connection with the mine and  smelter have proved most efficient and,  valuable. According to - Mr. Miner'  the cost of smelting has already been  reduced to $1.90 a ton and the increase in, the plant, now-being ppid for  out of profits, is expected not merely  to double the tonnage but to still  further decrease the cost of treatment  per ton. , Under these circumstances  there is fairly good authority, for the  assertion that the enterprise is a  proved success.  PESSIMISTIC MR. BELL.  la His, Element Whin Criticizing British  lumfcia Mines.  -HOTEL BROOKLYN...  '.i ' (Formerly the Metropolitan.)  ; High class wines, liquors and cigars always in  stocl  %< *   -.���,���.w ��afiir.1e..toom for Commercial  Men  venient sample, room  class Cafe in connection  Con-  First-  H00H8E McQIJgRE,  STRICTLY    BUSINESS.  A week and timid advertiser cannot  hope tor success.  Today advertising has become a  definite fixed factor in the building up  and! maintaining of trade.���Shoe and  Leather Gazette.  After-trie merchandise is puichased,  after the service is hired, the steam  tliat i.s generated in order to make the  machine jnove is the advertising.  The reader,who ignores the advertisements loses part of the value of the  periodical, and that most readers know  this is shown by the extent to which  ads are read these days.  Nearly all the New York dailies opposed Tammany Hall in the election  in that city last week. Result,  Tammany effectively turned down.  .'There's*a lesson in this toradvert'sers.  It is easier to keep business, going  after you have it started, and the  merchant who yets the lever of good  advertising behind his business, arid  uses/it persistently and intelligently,  will not only find it easier alter he  makes a st'art,; but w'ill also find it  possible to increase .the speed almost  to suit his pleasure.  Co-  Editor Hell, the pessimistic individual who runs the Mining Review  at Ottawa, frequently engages in  crusades against the mines of British  Columbia and'is now energetically  slating the Granby Consolidated, which  is operating the Knob Hill, Old Ironsides, etc., in Phoenix camp. The  trouble with Mr. Hell is that he affects  to believe that all of the really good  mines of Canada are located 111 the  part not far from where his publication is issued and he considers, apparently, that. his. best--policy, from a personally profitable standpoint, is to discourage investment in the west by decrying ihe mines and to stimulate it in  the east'by loud praise of the mines  there.  He is, however, recognized everywhere as a professional 'pessimist and  not *h great deal of attention is paid to  his.jferemaids on the, industry of Ileitis!) Columbia. ...The most .unanswerable answer to his tieades of abuse i.s  the marked difference between the  mineral output of Eastern and Western Canada. The latter produces  much the larger quantity:���Nelson  Miner,  Mark Twain's Curious Views.  .._ _... __ 'H-owshoe  C.'olil nnd Copper : Mine*, limited," is  anih-.rlaed lUKilIcbiixt! I Ki curry on busl-  nefsw thin the ''rorlm-enf British.Columbia,,  nnd to (��� -r'y out or crT^t nil or any of the  objectsol Ibe C'UiipHiiy to which Ihe lexis a-  llve authority of tbe Ic^slslure of lliltish  t.'olunibla exlenrt^.  7 he heal office of Ihe <*ornpany Is situate In  KliKlitni!. 1  Tbe amount of ihe capl-al of the Company Is  UM'.Wii divided l-iui2,'H),000><hii>e8of��l e-x-h.  1 ho head olHce if the Company In lh'�� rro-  viuce Ibh'Iiih e ��t Kom and, and Anthony John  McMillan, .Managing liireetorof the Omipanr,  uhos�� aldrfss Is Mis-rtan.1 aforesaid, is Ihe at-  Ion cy lor ihe L'ompiiiy.  ��.|\eu under ">* hand and seal of ollice at  Victoria, I'rovlme of British Columbia, lhis  'i'lth day of Oe.ober, one thousand nine hun-  red.and one.  [l s.) s. v.'H'onTro.v,  Ket'lntrar of Joint Stock Companies.  The follow inn are ihe objects lor which the  Company hit be;ii esiabl-shel:���  (���) lo adoptnnd carry liiloefleu', wilh such,  ifai.y, iiii.dlliatlons or alterations as may be  ngicrd on, subje.", if prior to Ihe statutoiy  meeting, to the apurovl of am h meeting, the  ngre ment wilh The Ilritlsh Columbia (Kos--  land and Mocan) "-jndiciiie, Llmlied, leferred  to in claiife .1 of the ^rticlea of Association of  Ihe Company  V) To uoiiil-e minch and mining righ s in  British C lumbia, and other countries or  places,mid any interesta 1 herein and ilfe-h tsover  Ihesame, and ony conros-ioiip, irrniitu, rights,  powers Hiui privilegesln respect theteof. and for  any such purpose 10 pr spect, examine nnd explore any such countrleaor places and to employ and equip expedition*, commissions experts und other agents, and to w rlt, de\elop,  uirry out, exercise and turn lo account the  prope-tles and premies so aeu.ul ed:  (il) To work and trade I i all kinds of natural  productsof the countiics or places ��heie the  business ot the Compaiiv t-hiul for the time being l.ccanie.i on, and 10 ellect Ihe full de\el-  ment uf all commercial operations iu connection thcieuith  (-1) To search for, win, jtel, quarry, reduce  a.iialguniate, dies", lehne and piepnre lor market, aurilerougsand, quart/, oie and other mineral substance", whether auriferous or not,uud  precious stoi op, a- d generally to carry on any  metallurgical operations \\ bit h umy.seein conducive to any ol theO'nipam'inli'e'Ms.  (*.) 10 buy, bell, eh e aud de.il in bullion,  specie, coin and piecious metals :  (01 l'�� develop the resources of and turn to  mount an\ lands or rights over or conneetei  Hi h land belonging t" the 1 ompuuy, or In  uhich the Company Is interested, mid in nsr-  ti ulaib) clearing, draining, fencing, plan l-<g,  I'ultlr ting, building, i'iipro\lng,faruiing,Irrigating, ^nd grazing, .ind by promoting immigration lind emigration, and the establishment of ton ns, v Pages and settle neuts  (7.) lo carry out, establish, conitriicl, maintain, lmpro\e, manage, work, control and sup-  eriutena any loads, ������� s, tramways, railways,  bridges, harbours, reservoiis, watercourses,  wharves, em bantu ents, hydraulic work!., tele  graphs-, te ephones, sau-millr, smelting works,  turuace", f��etorics, wBrehoujes and other  buildings, works and conveniences, and to  coutribui" to or assist in the carrj-iug out,  establishment, construction, maintenance,  improve uent, manure cent, working, control  or superintendence of the same .  (8 ) To carry ou nil or any of the huslue'se.  or turners, smellers,, quary ow 1 ers, quarrytnen,  saw-mill piopr!etor>, timber rncrLhants, metal  founders, worke s aid eomerters, eugineeis,  mttehinists, gas makers, shipbuilders,. poi.rie-  tors of vessels, earr.ers by sea and land, w h irf-  ingers,clock owuere, warehousemen, storekreD-  er��. farmeis, horfcau i cattle breeders and dealers, stockmen aud provision 11 etch mis:  (��.) To manufacture buy, fell, repnir, alter,  treat, prepare for ujarket, aud deal in all kinds  i��f plant, machinery, apparatus, tools, utensils,  products, materials, articles and things t-ece-.-  sary or useful for carrying on nny of th�� above  businesses or iqieratlons, or usually dealt iu by  pesons engaged therein:  (lu.) To carry on any other buslne-ses,  wheiher nuvnufncturliig or othe wise, which  may fcom 10 the Company capable.of being  ei.nveuiently'c.rried on in eonncctlon with  any of the above specified objects, or calculated  directly or indirectly to enhance the value of  or lender profitable any ��� f the Company's  property or rights:  (It.) To opp'y lor, purchase,, or otherwise  acqtiie, auy patents, bieveus d'lnveuiion, h-  ceuees, concessions, aud the like, conferriri* an  exclusive or non-exclusive or limited right to  use, any secret or other information us to any  in>ention which may seem eipable of leing  use 1 for aiiy of the purposes of the Company,  or the acquisition of wh-chmay seem calcuUi-  ed, directly or indirectly, to beneiit lhis Com-  pauy, and to use, exercise and develop, or  grant licences in respect of, or otherwise turn  to account the property, rights and information soacquiied.  (13) To purchase or otherwise acquire aud  iindei take all or any part of the business, property aud liabilities t f any person or company  carrying on   business winch this Company  charged upon the whole or any part of the prc-  lierty of the Company, both present and future.  Including iU uncalled capital, uud to redeem,  purchase or pa> off any such securities-  (2j) To drnu,accept, indorse,discount,execute  and issue bills of exchange, promissory notes,  debentures, bills of lading, warrants and other  ucgotiableortiausfc'nble instruments or securities:  (ip To remunerate any parties Tor services  nudered, or to be rendered, in or about the formation or promotion of the Coni]>any, or the  conduct of its business  (>,0 To do all or any of theabove things iu any  part of the world, and cither as principals, agents,  trustees, cnuttactorx or otherwise, and either  alone or in conjunction with others, and cither  by or through ugents, subcontractors, trustees  or otherwise  " (��6) To ��ell, IniproM, manage, develop, exchange, enfranchise, lease, mortgage,dispose of,  turn to account, or olherw ise deal with all or auy  part of the property or rights of the Company;  (27) To register the Company iu Ilritlsh Columbia, and to lake all other htej�� requisite or expedient to enable the Company 10 carry 011 its  business iu hnlisli Columhlir  (28) To establish and maintain local register*,  agencies and branch places of business, and procure the Company to be registered or recognised  in any part of the world.  (29) To do all such other things ns are incidental or conducive lo )he attainment of thc above  object*, nud so that the word "Company" in this  clause shall be deemed to include any partnership or other body of persons, whether incorporated or not incorporated, and whether  domiciled 111 the United Kiugdou oi elsewhere,  aud so that the objects specified iu each paragraph of the clause shall, except wheu otherwise I  expressed in such paragraph, be iu nowise j  limited or restricted by reference to or inference '  from the terms of any other paragraph or the  name of the Company.  UAI.CVO.V  HOT  SI'JUKOS.  -**���   The     most    complete U  ��ANITABIUM  on the continent of North n C n L I TI  America. Situated midst D C G Q O T  scenery unrivalled for gran- *' *0"n I  deur. Boating, Fish Ing and Excursions. Resident Physician and Nurse. Telegraphic communication with all parts of the world; two  ���nails arrive and depart every day. Its baths  cure all nervous and muscular diseases; its waters heal all Kidney, Liver and Stomach Ailments.  Terms: $15 lo f 18 per week, according; to residence in hotel or villas. Halcyon Springs, Ar.  row Lake B. C.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvement!.  NOTICK.  Cracker Jack Mineral Claim, situate lu Kettle  River Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located:   In Greenwood Camp.  Take notice that I, George W, Rumberger,  Free Miners Certificate No b 40,388, acting for  myself and agent Tor Harry Nash, Free Miners'  Certificate No. b 41,428 intend, sixty days from  thedate hereof to apply to the mining recorder  for a Certificate oflmprovements lor the purpose  ofobtnlnluga Crown Grant of the above named  claim.  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance ol such certificate of improvements.  Dated this nth day of July, A, D., 1901,  35-44 ' Geo. W. Rumurroer.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  Wheeling Mineral 1 laiin, situate 111 the Kettle  River    .Mining   Division   of  Yale  District.  Where located     In Greenwood camp.  Take notice that I, George \V.   Rumberger,  Free Miner's I'ertificale No II  40,388, for myself  and agent for John .Mulligan, Free Miner's Certificate No. K 40,22b, intend sixty days from the  date hereof to npply to the mining recorder for a  certificate of improvements for the purjKise of  obtaining a crown grant of the above named  claim,  Aud   further  take   notice that action, under  bectiou 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 9th day of August  1901.  3948 U  W. RUMBKRGlvR.  Notice of Application for Transfer of Liquor  Licence.  NOTICE IS HKRKIIY GIVKN that at the next  sitting of tee Licence Commissioners for the City  of I'hoenix 1 intend to apply for a transfer to  W. N. Dunn of the licence which I hold to sell  liquor by retail 111 thc Phoenix Hotel, Phoenix,  I) C  Dated this Sth day ofNovcmber, \. D., 1901.  ���3 Harry Nash.  t ^  DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP  Notice is hereby given that the partnership  heretofore existing between Joe M. t'svlor, Jr.,  and in v self, under the firm name of Rumberger  &. Tavior. isdi^solved from this d.ite  Dated nt Phoenix, B. C   the 1st day of October,  1901 G     W.   Kt-MULKCEK.  APPLICATION  KOR TRANSFER  OF LIQUOR LICENSE.  NOTI'KIS Hl-RfcllYGIVlCXthntl will make  application to the Hoard of License Commission  ers of the t'ityol Phoenix at its next meeting for  a transfer of the Liquor License now held by me  to sell liquor by ret.ul in the Victoria Hotel,  situate on ironsides nveliue, oil Lots 15 and 16,  lilnck II, Old Ironsides Addition to the Cilj of  Phoenix to Joseph N  GlUis  Dated ' lit - Phoem\.   B.   C,  this   2tth dav   ol  Ocloben 1901. J. HiKKMtN.  with  l:   .Excellent Map of the Lardeau.  The   Pioiieer   acknowledges  thanks"the receipt of a most  map of the Lardeau country  Fish river and Upper Duncan sections, ��� when  Mark Twain recently published the  following curious view of life :  "The  whole  science  of  things  is  turned   wrong  end   to.    Life  should  begin with'age and its  privileges  and  accumulations,  and. end   with  youth  excellent'and its capacity   to  splendidly  enjoy  ncluding' such advantages.    As things are now,  n youth  a dollar would ' bring  Shannon  and  sent  it. you a hundred pleasures, you can't get  authorized to carry ou, or possessed of property  suitablefor the purposes of the Company:   ���  (13) To enter into any arrangement with any  Government or authoritfes, supreme, niiiuicipal,  local or otherwise, and to obtain from any such  Government or authority all rights, concessions  and privileges,that may seem conducive to the  Cuiupauy's objectsor any of them:  (14) To enter into partnership or into nuy  arrangement for sharing profit*, union of interests, joint adventure, reciprocal concessions or  co-operaticn with any person or company- carrying ou or engaged in. or about to carry on or  engage in, any business or transactions which  thcCompany is authorised to curry oii.e-ngtige in,  or any business or transaction capable- of being  conducted so as to directly or indirectly benerit  this Cr mpany, and to tnke-or otherwise acquire  aud hold shares of stock in, or securities of, anil  to subsidise or otherwise assist any such Company, and to sell, hold, rc-issuc vvith or without  guarantee, or otherwise deal with such shares,  stock or securities:  (15) Generally to purchase, take on lease of in  exchange, hire-'orolhcrvvise acquire .any real or  l>ersonnl property, any rights or privileges which  the Company may think necessary or convenient  with reference to "any of these objects, or capable  of being profitably dealt with iu connection with  any ol the Company's properly or rights for the  tin'ie being, and iu pnrticulara"iiy laud, buildings,  ensenients,licences, patents, machinery, ships,  barges, rolling stock, plant and stock-in-trade;  (16) To estabtish ami support, or to aid iu the  establishment and support of associations, institutions, or conveniences calculated to benefit  employees or ex-employees of the Company or  its predecessors in business, or the depe-udeiits or  connections of such persons, and to grant pensions and allowances, and. lo make payments  towards insurance, and to subscribe or guarantee  money for charitable or benevolent onjects, or  for any exhibition, or for any. public, general or  useful object: !  (17) To sell the undertaking of the Company,  or any part thereof, for such consideration as the  Company may think fit, and 111 particular for  shares, or debentures, debenture stock or other  securities of any other company having objects  altogether or in part similar to those of this  Company:  (18) To promote ouy company or companies  for the purpose ofits or their acquiring all or any  of the .property, lights and liabilities ofthe Company, or .for any other purpose which may seem  directly or indirectly calculated to beiictil this  Coinpa'uy: .  (19) To invest and deal with moneys of the  Company not immediately required, upon such  securities and iu such maimer as may from time  to time be determined.  (:io) To lend money to such persons and on such  terms as may seem expedient, and in particular  to customers of and persons having dealings with  the t'ouipany, and to give any guarantee or indemnity ns may seem expedient:  (21) To obtain any Provisional Order or Act of  Good comfoitable looms at leason-  able rates, at Norden hotel, Dominion  avenue. *  I  I  CITY SCAVENGER  Leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office  PHOENIX  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaeanteed.    Imported Goods.  KINK BOOTS AND S1IOK.S MADE TO  OR11KR.  PRACTICAL   MINERS'  AND   1'ROS-  PKCTORS' SHOES   A  SP1CC1AI.TV.  Corner Phoenix St. and Brooklyn Ave.  I 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. He.vkkek, President.  Hon. M. H. Cochbane, Vice-Pres.  Israel Wood, J. S. Mitchell, G. Stevens, J.N.  Galer,   N. W.  Thomas, C  H.   Kathan, H. B.  Brown, K. C.  HKA.D OFFICE, SHERBROOKK, P. Q.  Wm.   Farvvkll.,   Gen'l Mgr.,  Jas. Mackiunou,   Assistant Gen'l Mgr.  b. Kdgkli.,   Local Mgr.  b. F. Morev, Inspector of Branches.  BRANCHES.  In Proviuce ofQuebec���  Montreal, U. Austin, Manager.  Waterloo, W. I. Briggs, Manager.  Rock Island, S. Stevens, Manager.  Cowausville, H. F. Williams, Mgr.  Coaticook, E. N. Robinson, Manager.  Richmond, W. L. Ball, Mgr.  Granby, W. H. Robinson, Mgr.  Bedford, E. W. Morgin, Mgr.  Huntingdon, A. W. Watson, Mgr.  Magog, E. P. Olivier, Mgr.  St. Hyacmthe, J. Laframbolsc, Mgr.  'Ormstown, W. H. Hargrave, Mgr.  In Proviuce of British Columbia���  Grand Forks, Wm. Spier, Mgr  Phoenix, F. W. Slack, Acting Mgr.  Agents   111    Canada,  Bank  of   Montreal   and  Branches.  "    Loudon, Eug., National Bank of Scotland.  "    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 111 Canada,   U. S. and Europe.    Exchange bought and sold.  Savings   Branch    Department    at    Each  Office.  Interest allowed from date of deposit aud compounded annually without requiring attention ot  depositor.  Office Hours. 10-3, Saturday from 10 to 1.  Spokane falls and northern  NELSON   &   FORT   SHEPPARD  RED MOUNTAIN ET.  The only all-rait route between all points east,  west, and south to Rossland, Nelson aud all intermediate points; connecting- at Spokane with  the Great Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R. &  N. Co.  Connects at Nelson with steamer for Kaslo and  all 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.  Buffet Sleeper run on passenger trains between Spokane and Northport.  EFFECTIVE -SUNDAY, MAY 5, 190:.  Leave. Daily Train Arrive,  9:00a.m .....Spokane 7:35 p. m.  .2:50a. 111 '. Rossland :...<|:io p.m.  9:1s a. in. Nelson 7.15 p. m.  H. A. JACKSON,  Gen ral Passenger Agent.  J. F  compiled   by   Messrs.  Cummins, of Ferguson,  this office through the courtesy of the,' there's nothing worth' buying  with  it' ll^a'lw^t'iief p^'Si, may see,,, ex-  -' or ap-  , 1 i-    ��� . ���. ��� 1    Parliament for enabling the Company to carrv  to   It; when you aie Old  yOU   get   It,   and   any of its objects into effect, qr for effecting any  -    ' >:c���.:.... -1- ..... ^  constitution, or  editor of the  Lardeau  Eagle,  R,  P. then.   .It's an epitome of life  Pettipiece, of Ferguson.    The map: is  Just half of it consists of the capacity  a comprehensive one, and  shows  the to enjoy without the chance,  the last  mining claims recorded, together with half consists of tl*e chance without  an index p{" their names. 'the capacity."  ���Th'B pedient", and to oppose any proceeding  1. plications which may seem calculated, directly er  indirectly, toprejudlce the Company.  ' (22) To raise or borrow-orsecure the payment  of mouey lu such manner and on such terms m  may seem expedient, and in particular by tlw  issue ofdebeutures or debenture stock, whether  perpetual  or  otherwise, and charged  or  uot  Atlantic Steamship Dept.  Christmas Sailing   TO   ENGLAND  PRACTICAL HOUSE AND SIGN-  PAINTER,    DI'CORATOR,   ETC.  Phoenix, B. C  Liquor Company  1  MANAGER.  AGENTS FOR  PABST BEER  Complete Line  of Bar Samples.  B.C.  St. John, N. B. to Liverpool.  PARISIAN, Nov. 23. NU.M1DIAN, Nov. 30.  (.OMAN, Dec. 7. TUNISIAN, Dec. 14.  Portland to Liverpool.  DOMINION, Nov. 25.       CAMBRIIM A.N*, Kov. 30  VANCOUVER. Dec. 21.  Boston and Liverpool  IVERNIA, Nov. 23 SAXONIA, Dec. 7.  NEW. ENGLAND, Dec. 4.    ULTONIA, Dec. 21.  New York to Liverpool  CELTIC, Nov. 26.  GERMANIC, Nov. 27  -MAJESTIC, Dec. 4..  CYMRIC, Dec. 16.  OCEANIC, Dec. it.  TEUTONIC, Dec  iS.  New York to Southampton.  HAVERFORD, Nov. 27. PHILADELPHIA, Dec 4  ST. PAUL, Dee. ST. LOUIS, Dec. 18.  Continental Sailings of  North Gkhm.vn Lloyd, Hamburg, Pack-  kt Co., Holland Amkkican Rku  Star, Fke.vch and Anchor  Links cn Application.  For Time-tables   rates  and   full  information  cail on or address nearest local agent, or  O. W. Dey, EJ'.Coyi.e,  Agent, A.G.P.Agt.  Phoenix, B. C.   Vancouver, B.C  J. S. Carter, D. P. A.,  Nelson, B.C.  ETRURIA, Nov. 23.  CAMPANIA, Nov. 30.  KMBRIA, Dec. 7.  LUCANIA, Dec. 14.  El'RUNIA,2I.  CAMPANIA, Dec. aS.  -W  ' f f  ,::i.-i  '. !!  iff  mi  .-   t  V' f  ���l*'f' I?  Ill i  p-fe  (EtEr     ^  l!fIS<   4'  ' [i,i  :  m  A  3  m ,  tit it.     i  7*?J*-   J  m  "fiii 1  s:'- \  ��i {''  jf'i ;  fa"'  u is  ���'IT  tiP.  K  '',   t  .'   >'  !l-  ft.  "I < ' a  t- Vs?f>   A  I,"** I ^  M,  i*.---r*'f  ���.-**��� -  ,a-   ,'  C'Vr     ,  I'i.i- **  V, j   v.  IV"   "'  i'v -"   y  V''  rtf-v  iS"! '^ ���-.";���* f  **v v* i i^ -  V "s > ���J-''*"1 "<  THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  ^aaaa��==  Going out of Business  Everything Going, at  Big Red-action.  LAW-McQUAID   COMPANY,  OPPOSITE OLD   IRONSIDES HOTEL.  GROCERIES AND FURNISHINGS.  Limited S  _ l  9MmmnmMmmmmMam^9am\m^^rm^aW<��^mW^^  WEAR a FALL SUIT or OVERCOAT made by  flcAULlFFE^cTA1L0R  and your Friends will praise your taste*    Union help only employed*  CNrch Service* Tomorrow.  Methodifct���Seivire "tomormw even-  ing'at 7:30 oVloikfit Mineis' Union  hall, Sunday st hwl at 3 !>��� m- Rev*  <J.   Kinney, H. A , pastoi.  Chuich of I'jtul.itid���Sen ires will  will be held as usti.il .it St. John'*, mission, in Haidy-McKeimelull, Dominion avenue. Huh Coiuinunion, 8 a.  m., Matins at 11 a m.. and evening'  service at 7:30. Rev. 1*'. P. l'lewel-  ling, vicai.  Congregational���I'le.'ching   seivice,  in the evening .it 7 30, at dining mom ,  of the Old lionsides hotel.    Rev. David H. Reid, miss.onaiy in chaige.  St. Andrews' Picsbjteiian Churth:  Seivice tomonow at 11 a. m. and  7:30 p. m. "Sunday school and liible  class at 3 (i. 111. Rev. J. M. Millar,  M. A., pasioi,  Paincs  Celery  Compound  ���OLD IRONSIDE, NEW YORK, and  DOMINION COPPER CO., LOTS,  -the���  REOPENED  UNDER  ENTIRELY  NEW  MANAGEMENT.  Dominion House  Formerlj Ihe Victoria.  GILLIS & FORRES I*, Pioprietois.  JOSEPH N. G1LLIS, Manager.  OLD IRONSIDES AVE., PHOENIX, B.C.  The liotiff w ill lu-re-  nfit'i lie cfiiiilni'leil  in Fust Clues nlyle,  Hiirir Eveiy licjiait-  iiit'tit will I)|lvit tin*  best olHtiitiul.il.'.  "1  s  j  The Local Grist,   j  Dr.-Mathison, dentist, Greenwood  Both -'phones.  For oyster cocktails, try the Dominion House bar. j  Work is being vigorously pushed on  the Anglican church this week.  Christmas eve the Greenwnod  Miners' Union will givea ball.  uChas. S. Sears, of Grand Forks,  spent a couple of days in the city this  week. *���  The recent fall of snow has reduced  the attendance at the public school  temporarily.  Oscar Szdntagh, the new manager  of the Northport smelter,' has arrived  at the works.    ''  Corner & Prendergast have started  fixiug up the old skating rink for  use  1 this winter.  '  P. F. Godenrath, who has just returned from the Similkameen, was in  ' town*last Sunday." '  ,-  ( The famous play, "Quo Vadis," will  be given at Greenwood, Wednesday  evening, December 4th.  Win. Anderson, superintending engineer of the Cascade power line, was  in the city last Saturday.  - R." Machin, the Bennett fuse man, of  Vancouvei, was registered at the Do-  , million House last Saturday.  ' E. McClellan and Miss E. Bergman  will start a laundry in the V. & N.  telephone building.   Strictly cash.  Yesterday Joe Durham, began  the  woik of erecting a blacksmith shop on  . Dominion  avenue, near  the skating  " rink.' ' ^  'Rev. Millar^went down to Grand  ��� Forks Tuesday to assist in - ordaining  elders in the  Presbyterian * church in  'that city.  '  Monday's train brought in about 40  passengers to Phoenix, including tourists, travelling'men, capitalists, bankers,  mining men, etc.  There has been some delay in the  completion of the ten-car spur at the  Snowshoe mine, but 1 it will soon be  leady for business.  R.M. Smith, le'preseriting the Slater Shoe ,Co.,  of Montreal, was a visi-  ��� tor in the city early in the week,   making his annual visit.  The electric light people have been  extending their lines of late. One  will be built on Biooklyn avenue and  another to the hospital.  The   Reservation   Savage,    to   be  issued at Nelson, Wash., is a .weekly  about to make its  appearance,  J.  E.  .Cullens. being the publisher.  McKenzie King, of Ottawa,  deputy  , minister of labor, spent several days in  Rossland this week, investiga'ing  the  labor troubles in that camp.  Several nights of late the Dominion  House  has been full to ovei flow ing.  Gillis & Forrest,   the proprietors, re  , port business to be improving.  Gilbert Mahon, about three years  manager of the Jewel mine, Long Lake  camp, left this week for England,  where he will reside in future.  Assayer Bannantyne, of the Snow-  shoe mine, left' on Wednesday's train  to .take a well earned vacation of two  weeks, which he will spend at the  coast  .-W. S. Macy, manager of the Granby  apartment house, left by Tuesday's  train for Walla Walla," Wash., a'ndwill  return next week with Mrs. Macy and  Miss Macy.  With the exception of Supt. Ashley's  residence, all the new buildings at the  Snowshoe mine are finished, the  builders being Smith Bros, and  Thomas Corner.  Last Friday night the city council  held a special meeting, and passed the  Sunday amendment by-law, by which  cigar and news stores weie allowed lo  keep'open on Sundays.  Wm. Dunne has leased the Phoenix  hotel, and Frank Goforth formerly of  the Butte, is associated with him.  Jim Edwards is now proprietor of the  Butte.'   "'  Considerable interest was exhibited  locally yesteiday in the Jeffiies Ruhlin  piize fight, which was occurring last  night at San Fiancisco, as thf Pioneei  was going to press.  E. W. .Monk and David Whiteside  returned Saturday night from a week'u  trip on the north fork of Kettle rivei.  They wers successful in killing .several  deer and any number of giouse, etc.  G. W. Wooster, tieasurer of the  Granby Co., and Wm. Spier, manager  of the Eastern Townships Bank at  Grand 'Forks, came up to he in Phoenix on the monthly payday, last Monday.        '  The4, ladies of the Piesbyterian  church have postponded their oyster  supper and entertainment, which was  to have been' given next Tuesday evening, until the following Tuesday,  Nov. a 6.  The city council of Greenwood has  notified both the chief of the fire de^  parfmenl and the chief of police that  after the istof Decembertheir services  will be no longer required. It is intended to combine these two offices.  The'O. P. R. is building a new boat  in Toronto to replace the old steamer  now in use on Okanogan lake. The  new boat is consideiably larger than  the present one and "will be brought  out in sections and put together at the  lake.  In the matter of Louis Blue and  Adolph Fisher, sawmillers and lumbermen in West Kootenay and Boundaiy  district, an order of the court has been  made appointing E. Jacobs, of Greenwood, receiver, pending adjustment ol  partnership affaiis.  I'he Vernon & Nelson Telephone  Co. has started work on the building  of a new and permanent pole line  straight up the new part of Dominion  avenue,* School street and Knob Hill  avenue, which has been in contemplation for some time.  Chief of Police Flood received some  bad bruises at Wednesday night's fire,  in handling a nozzel that requites four  men, on account of the pressuie and  large size of nozzle. Night Watchman  Boone was als.: shaken up, and O. N.-  Galer slipiied in the burning basement,  hose and all, and scraped his back  somewhat. ' j  This week the Eagles have been  doing a eicat business in the sellins* of  tickets for theirx. annual ball, which  will be given next Tuesday evening at  Miners Union Hall. Much inteiest  Is being taken in the event, and it will  doubtless be an unequalified success.  Prof. Kauffmann's stringed orchestia  will furnish the music,  NOTE AND COMMENT.  BUSINESS MENTION.  Dr,    Simmons,   dentist,     Rt-ndell  Block, Gieenwood.  V, & N. phone 96.  Furnished   1 coins  toi   tent   in   ihe  Delaliay block, Dominion avenue.  Ask foi the  Mineii'   Union   cigai.  Cleat Ha van n filler, *  See Alnistioin it |lpig at   the N01-  den hotel. Dominion avenue. *  11") 011 wish a fust-class rigai rail for  the Mineis' Union. ,' .        *  Foi Kale���5-0uaj,u-Pi:iiH),    Apph  to Mis. W. B.Williu.\, Giey Eagle ave.  Lodging house   to tout,   Apply tp  MrAtihui tXr ���Mf'lll'. t  Tiy  those   delicious   Olympia   n  Eastern oysteis nl the Untie C.'ilc  For S.m.i���Duible Spiingnnd Mat  tiess cheap.     Ini'iibe at I'ioneei uffii e  Great  Nerve  Tonic,  Fine Ram h La. il for sile in the Vicinity 01 Gi.md Foiks and  Columbia.        '    -  Wc liHniwt n ih'mciuI Itrolccrasre ami Iii��iii;tin-i- ltiiMim>H.  i  M' ARTHUR k MONK, Agents  Ol'l'CI.' OKAVh-W'lUIAV.s  ill OtlC  1' O. II0X.3J     V. fc. Is  "I'linur  A. P. McKENZIE  The Druggist.  Dominion  Avenue.  Phoeobc, B. C. ����  Deal on for Standard Smelter.  ' A Greenwood dispatch states that  another deal is on for the sale of the  Standard Pyritic smelter, located at  Boundary Falls. E. K. Wilson, manager of the smelter company, has returned fiom Quebec, where he went  to consult the owners leg.irding the  disposal ot the plant. While not denying, he lefused to confirm the report  that the Montreal and Boston Copper  company has started negotiations for  the purchase of the propel ly. This  company owns the Sunset mine in  Deadw'ood camp, which is now capable  of producing sufficient daily tonnage to  warrant the belief that it desires to own  reduction works. A. A. Munroe of  Montreal, a director of the company,  is due in Greenwood next-week to inspect the smelter and arinnge negotiation.  Otean Sailings, St. Lawrence Ronte.  Passengers for the Old Country  desiring to travel via the dnect and  comfortable St. Lawience route should  note the following sailings for the  Allan and Elder-Dempster lines, which  are the last for the season ot 1901  from Montreal to Liverpool: Lake  Manitoba, Nov. 15th; Corinthian,  Nov. 16th; Lake Ontario, Nov. 22nd.  The Tunisian, Corinthian, Lake Sim-  coa and Manitoba are new 10,000 ton  steamers and rank equal to the crack  liners fiom New York. Early application should be made to neatest C. P.  R. agent to insure accommodation on  * these popular ships.  The other day the Pioneer man was  stopped by a tesideiitof this place, and  exception taken to the articles that  have appeared*" lately in legard to  pationizing home indusliies���instead  ot eastern sweatshops. The exception  was taken solely on the ground of an  article costing a meietiifle moie heie  than jti the east. The man refened  to works steadily and gets good wages,  M  Ofcouise, it depends somewhat on  the point of view in a matter of this  kind. It Js tiue that one can olten  buy for less cost in the east than in  the Boundary, but if eveiy man, woman  and child made a practice of doing so,  we could never'build a thriving town  here" in-a century. It is pulling together that accomplishes results worth  having; and if we nil pull separately,  theie will be no results. If we make  a practice ol buying nearly even thing  in the east, we,.will soon not be able  to get much of anything here, as it  would not be worth while for merchants  to cany much of a,stock."  m  A well known business man of  Phoenix recently sent to Vancouvei  lor an older lor printing, and th.it  without asking the well equipped  Pioneer Job Office if the work could  have been done here���which it could,  ot course. He may have saved a lew  cents on the job, and when received  il in.iy have been satisfactory; but 11  the patrons ot that sanje inei chant  should send to Vancouver 01 eisewheie  for goods'in his line, he would bejhe  first to register a howl. ^  Here is another case. A man in  Phoenix sent to Philadelphia���all tlie  way lo Peniis)lvania���loi some job  piinting that could have been done as  well or better iiriht here in Phoenix.  Of course he had to pay duty and  express.  Bub-Sleighs. , ,  We have for miIij ���' mnuhc-i <il pnii  oi' bob sleighs with good biases al  tncheo.   Yai.i: CoumniA Lu\lil^.KC'cf,  PhoenK, H. C, October 18, 1901.  Jy Jl T g p a t  WANrE.11.  (iof)d second-hand   punk,   rnediuni  size,    Addiess Bo\ 03, PhoenK, B. C,  Nitrous o\ide and oxygen for painless extraction ol teeth at Dr. Math-,  son's.    Both phones. *  Fiesh Olympia and Eastern oysters  ftt the Butte Cule,  There i: another side to this ques'  tion besides the one of saving a trifle  on purchases.' JEvery man who conies  to Phoenix does so because wages aie  good. That Leing the case he must  expect to pay a little more than in the  east lor what he buys heie, for the average merchant,-as well as the laboring  man, did not come heie entiiely foi  his health, and is therefore entitled'to  a fair-piofit on what he sells. Btiyeis  complain sometimes because they cannot get this or lhat here, and then  discourage merchants from carrying  these things by sending away foi them.  It is woilh while for every man in  Phoenix to consider both sides of the  question.  L'arj-ains |a Watches and Jewelry.  On account of going out ol business,  next week will be the last in which to  secure i.iie bargains 111 watches ai.d  jewelry. If you need an\ thing in these  lines, give mc a call. A little money  will go a long way heie.  A. Hekolkson, Jeweler.  Canary  birds  lor sale.  Mrs. J. E, McAuliffe.  Apply  to  I *  I Now open under  New Management.  The  i 11     P h o f n i x  Guaranteed.  Sto?k  All  Do you want the  i pho��� n0. ,7, i  Best Dry Wood?  Tamarack and Fir, per cord,  Steve Wood  |iKI,!VKI{KI) AT YOUR DOi'P.  $3.75  4.50  ���l**^^^^^^8^*****^ I S*����� McKenzie's Drug'Store |      JSLttlQS Morafl  JALARM   ! C L O C K S  GEO.  K      W  E.  DEY/  I.      i'.      K  I have le-'opened the Mint  Restaiuant, and Cordially  Invite my many old friends  and die public generally to  once more extend their  patronage, j. Specialty of  Home Cooking.  DICK LORAH.  7^S*^Sk^<*"x'��$>^<S><��<S-4><^^  {t^m-HHn��TtHmH t  1A Tew Prices  1  BREAKFAST FOODS.  "| Wheat ^Janna ... \lOots per pkpi, T  j QnakerOiit��,...47^cls "  ��� Breakfast Gem. JT^ut's "  Rt��l8ton'fiFood...20cts "  Grape  Nut 17>-fcts "  Fatina  17>��cts "  Cream of Wheat..20iita '*  *> Pospnn Ci-ret*.].. 85cts  X Rolled Oats 35cts,   per  } ("iold Diop, 501b..^l.,12^ "  *��� Pat. Hard Wheat 1.'20 "  4 5RoEei��"       ���'*.     1.25 "  sack  GLASS GOODS.  * Blue Liibel Ketchup, Me. per  I Bur Harbor       "     , 25V. , "  Sunshine, qt. hot... .25i*.   ^  Worcestershire ...   .'.    ,  [1. a i'j 37Kc and 55f   ''  Pattersons Sauce ...10c   "  bot.  ��� The  People's Cash Store  IIAItnV-.WcKI'NZIli BLOCK.  ��� *��� ��� ��� miT,THHUmifH<j  PHOENIX PRODUCE  CO  Produce and Groceries. '",  Fresh Goods'Arriving Continually. Prompt Delivery.  v. & N. Phone No. 93.  PHOENiX, B. C  dte-tl/, wot ^ky &&&u��d/  1 Situ, M��"#^eA &  4$Hr$/ifc  Boh The Tailor  New  fall and Winter  Goods  are now arriving including:  Kodaks  See our new lot o? Kodaks and  photographic supplies.  Omeras from $J.OO Up.  McRae Bros. & Smith,  Statlpnery, Cigars and Tobacco, Confectionery, and Fruits.  Tweeds  Overcoatings  Serges   .1  Fancy Worsteds  Fancy Vestings  Choice lot-r-AH Imported Goods.  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.    ���  R. HORREL,  llO", Till* TAILOR.  K.soii Hiix Avk., -   - PiioKNix, B..C.  Smoke KELOWNA Union made  CIGARS  Home an** Lot for Sale.  For s.tle 4-rooni house and lot on  Knob Hill avenue, between I'iisl and  Sicond stieet.1   Apply to owner. (  ,  - John Ausikd.  Stores and offices for lent in the  the McMillan block. Apply. to-,Mc-  Aithur it Monk. .       *  If you wish-a.,first cl.iss cigar, call  lor the'Miners'.Union. *  &he Prospector's Exchange  IF YOU HAVE'A MINE <>r l'r,wu5<?t pirS\I.l  ore, Muting- prior ami tcrnw    ClMr IUcIiIkh f"r plnciiiK n |iro[K.rtv  quickly   are umxctllfit  nentl in n full report, with wtmplo or  UK n pro[K.rtv  qui'cUl^   are  Correspondence Solicited.  We make a ^j��clulty offr��e milling tjoKl properties  I  Addrossi R00M4RVV-C Bi.k, Neison.H.C.  Andrew F. Rosenberger, Mgr. :  1 -* > *���"***    ''* �� ' ''(J*.1 ���  CityBakery  J.McCAGUE,  I'KOI'KIK'IOK.  V. & N. Phone, No. 4S.  ,\   Bread/Cakes, Pies, Etc, Fresh Daily.  IRONSIDES 'ADDITION, PHOENIX, li. C. Kri.k Dh.ivikv  p, w-w ifr iffwnr wm ww w m mmmmmi%  Electrical con-1  sirucllon  g  ���^  Cunhmpem  & \Mtvm\  Vixtiiics, Motors, I))iiaint>s, Etc., House  Wiring and Dynamo Repairing. Mine Installation a Special'.)'..  =3  _ PHOENIX and GREENWOOD, B. 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