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The Phoenix Pioneer 1901-11-23

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 7  -JO%*  ys*  *jC<��sCci'~t th&t.  sfc*~.��_^  �� , >nhiliiK cbiiip '��tlie Boundary Is at-  ,���rilW��>��"������ ��ttcntlU|Mh����____  PHOENIX .*',  ., ���.. ���|,|i to receive tile liilnluK utul  V, I iR-wHof UilncaiiipniuMlic llomid-  '���rC;.%ubl!cr,bct,i the rilOHMX.I'KJSKBk.  During: Ihe year 39���� fr.o,000 TONS  OF ORC wtre shipped horn the inicei ol  jft PHOENIX j��  For the fir��t 6ve month* of 1901 over  90,000 tons of ore were shipped, or at Ihe  rate of aoo.oootonn annually.  .Devoted'to.the Interests of the Boundary Mining; District,-  Vol. HI.  J'HOKNIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA. SATURDAY,NOVEMBER.2,3,. 1901.  No. 2.  BIG CLOTHING SALE  250 Suits to be Sold for Less than Cost*  -$J0 to $12 Suits for $7.00  $|8 to $20  $25 Satin Lined  it  it:  a  it  a  it  12.00  .12.00  'J 5.00  This is a splendid opportunity <��� for the City of I'hoenix  and outlying districts to purchase High Class, and Up-to-  Jlatc, Perfect-Fitting;, ���  m  Ready-to-Wear Clothing  T.i.se  Suits  aul have a loo'/:  an;  Prices  are  -If not sat-  at Greatly rc.lu:ei prices.  open for inspection.    Com  isfk-d with one look have another.  1'. S....We are the t-'ole Agents for the Fit Reform  Clothing and by this you can have a Tailor Made Suit for  the same price a* rea'ly m 1 h. Coins and examine  samples and leave your orders.  Also Four Dozen Shirts  HOSPITAL LADIES' Al!) SOCIETY  Will (live a Ball 011  Wednesday  Evening  December Illli.  At an enthusiastic meeting, of the  ladies of I'hoenix, held in the .Hardy-,  Mckenzie hall on Ytiesd,.y, Nov. 19,  1901, it was. uiin'iimotisly .decided to  form a society l<i assist the Phoenix  General,I Insima!,. This society is to  Ire called: tlie I lospitai , Ladies' Aid  Society, and the following officers were  elected :   ' ��������� )..'      -.  President, M1 s. \\'. j..Porter; vice-  president, 'Mis. J. ]���'.: Hemenway;  secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Jv 15., Boyle;  executive committee, M;rs. J. E. Mills,  Mrs. M \V. Crane, Miss Kd'ii'h Hawthorne, Mrs. W. J. Hallow and Mrs.  J.  \. Morrin.",,,  All present were enrolled as members. The society then inet and decided to hold a hall on Wednesday  evening, December nth, 1,901, proceeds to go towards equipment' of the  new hospital. It was felt by those present that such .i public" institution was  worthy of the hearty support of the  entire commiij ity, and that a hall in  aid of the hospital fund would be well  patronized. The 'appointment of a  i>all committee was left in tlie president.  A ivcitirg of the , ladies ''interested  in.the hospital was held "Thursday at  the home,of Mrs. W. J. Porter, and  1 he following corn mi. tees were appointed lo lake cliaige ol the ball >���   ������ '���'���.  Music ���Miss 'Hawthorne/ Mrs.  Ciane and Mrs. Cramer.  Suppei���-Mesdames Gillis, Morrin j  McAiilifTe, ilackett-and  Bigelow.  Piintiiig and ������Advertising ��� Mes  dames    Hemenway,    Dermody    and  Doyie;.''���':-'.')':v:'':;-' ;::''!" ;'.';;:  Decorations ��� Mesdames Miller,  Dunn, Reardoii, Jagger, Cochrane and  Bailow..'.. ...;.���..���       ..  Keception ��� Mesdames Harlow,  Ciane, Morr.ui,' l)uncanson, HoyL��,  Crawlord, Hemenway, Porter. and  Miss'Hawthorne.  l-'loor���Mayor Rumberger, Dr. R.  1$. Poiieher and J.. F. Hemenway.  STARTED UP  Golden Crown Compressor Is  Now Running.  FORCE OF M MEN EMPLOYED AT MINE  Superintendent; Duncanscn Is Operating al  Ihe 35-Fool. 100-Fool and 300-Fool Levels  ���J. L. Parker Sampling the Properly.  at $1.75 Closing Out at ONE DOLLAR:  General   Merchants, Knob Hill Avenue, Phoenix.  H*e carry the only complete slock of Merchandise in the City.  Morrin, Thompson  ��, Co., * * Store News  Received this  Week.  2 Oars of Potatoes from Covert's Ranch  1 Car  Vegetables���Onions, Beets, Car*  rots, Parsnips, Turnips, Rutabagas, and  Cabbage.  1 Oar of 9   tt^ieyf  -\  Canned  Goods including Gallon Pie  Fruits in every variety of fruit put up.  'g��Tiiesc gallon goods are solid Pack,  and you do no! pay  for water, as hi some other brands we know of.  200 Boxes of Apples:  Spys, Wolf River, Ganos' Hippen, Kings, Etc., all  ���    good keepers and Choicest Stock.  Remember our stock of Butter,' Eggs  %nd Cheese, e'x. is always-fresh and  up to ti e mark in quality.  m  m  1  Look Out for trx Firemen's Ball.  Just as the Pioneer is going to press  it has been decided to give a ball, for  the benefit of the. Phoenix - l'ue l)e-  paitnient. It wiil take place on the  evening of December 12th, Thursday,  at Miners' Union Hall. As nearly  every? !matr <in: -the *city�� is interested  in seeing that nothing needed is wanted lor the department, the ball Will  doubtless be a success., Further announcement in the matter will be made  later.  Lost���100 School Desks.  The trustees of the Phoenix public  school have been wondering what has  become of the 100 patent school  desks that havebeeii ordered and sup  posed to have been shipped from ���V.tn-,  couver two or three months ago. They  were intended for the new school  building, and have been,, very much  needed. This week, however, Secretary  Matheson received notice from tlie  superintendent of public instruction  that the'desks had actually been  shipped on the 9th inst.j and should  arrive in Phoenix any day.  Mr. Matheson also wishes to call  the attention of parents to the fact  thai the appropriation-for-the Phoenix  school for the next year will be based  on the attendance for the last quarter  of this year, and that therefore it is  particularly necessary,- if sufficient is  secured from tlie.government to pay  the cost of conducting the school during 1902, that the attendance for the  balance of this year should be as large  as possible.  Development on the Golden Crown,  adjoining th: Winnipeg,; about two  miles and a half fiotn Phoenix, is now  in lull swing with a small force of men,  which will be increased as they can be  used. As the mine is on low'.''ground,  compared u the pioperlies around,, it,  there was a large amount of? .water in  the workings, and it took aliitlelonger  than anticipated to get it:'free of the  water. This, .however, wa^accomplisli}  ed last week, and men set at,,woik' re-  timbering and fixing up the workings  in several places where needed.  This work has now been largely ac  coinplislied, and early this week the  compressor was started . lor" the first  time in a year. Supeiiiiteiident. Dun-  canson has one or two machine, drills  in operation, the work being'idone on  the 35-foot, 1 op-foot aiidf 360-lbot  levels. This week the force1 of men  employed numbered 14, but i| is an  ticipated that this will be increased as  last as they can be used to advantage.  J. L. Parker, having about- finished  his Work'of examining tlie 'Winnipeg,  has been employed to examine, the  .Golden Crown, "and advise concerning  the future development of 'the property. This work he is now; doing.  Some excellent ore bodies are known  to exist in the Golden Crown, from j  which there have already been shipped  about 2,250 tons of ore. ?!l his ore  was shipped, however, at a time, when  the freight and smelter treatment rate  was $7.50 per ton.; As the'rate is now  acout $3.50 per ton or less to<��� either  ol the smelters, the difference between  this and the,old rate would...'represent  a^^ii'sirjerable-profit ���in'itse'f^'vS '���.���; W. ������ .-���  The mine is.'" equipped1 with compressor, pumps and hoist, and was the  first mine in the Boundary country to  pur. inacage. It also has a well constructed ore bin, to Which the C. P.  R. track has been lun. Those, best  acquainted with the property believe  that the Golden Crown will prove to  be one of the leading shippers' in the  Houndary in the course of time.  ���;  Notice to the Ladles of Phoenix.  To the Ladies of Phoenix:���At  a meeting held Tuesday in the Hardy-  McKenzie hall, to discuss ways and  means ol raising funds tor the equip  ment of the Phoenix General Hospital  it was decided to form a permanent  Ladies' Aid Society to be called "The  Hospital Ladies' Aid Society."  Those ladies who have not already  enrolled as members are cordially invited to do so at the earliest  opportunity.  Membership rolls'will, be found at  both drug stores.  Mrs.J. B. Boyi.e, ���'.:���������  ��� Secretary-Treasurer.  MR. BOSS IN PHOENIX.  But   lie TisB   L'tlle   (0   Say   About   lhe  Brooklyn.  J. E. Boss, who makes hi.-, home in  Toronto, and who at rived in ramp  last week, will stay in the Poundai)  for peihaps a month, making his head-  quartets in Phoenix,  As is well known, Mi. Boss is one  of the large Shareholder in the Dotnin  ion Copper Co., owning the Brooklyn  group of claims, and his visit heie at  this time is in connection with those  piopcities. But to all iutjiiiiies on the  subject,-Mr. Bow tutns a deaf ear. He  simply has nothing to say as yet. He  was willing this week to talk -on any  and all other subjects with arepiesent-  alive of the Pioneer, but when it came  to'the Dominion Coppci Co. affairs,  he'was as mum as an oyster.  The Dominion Copper (Jo. is what  may be called a close coiporation,  nearly all thest,ock being ownedJjy Win.  McKenzie, !). D.Mann, Robert J affray, James Breen, G. W. Ktimbeigei  and J. E. Ross, there being almost no  small stockholders whatevei. It is the  general belief among well informed  mining men that '.he company owns  some of the very best mining claims in  the Boundary, and the development ol  the last year tinder the management of  Mr. Breen has only  this belief.       \  Lately W. 11. Thomas, engineer lor  the B. C. Coppei Co., owning the  Mother Lode mine and smelter, has  been making an exhaustive examination of the properties of the Dominion  Copper Co., and is yet engaged with  his assistants in securing samples' from  the different piopeities. What the  result of the sampling and examination  will be is not yet known, and it may  be a few weeks before anything is  given out in the matter. Hut there  seems to be no doubt but that some  sort of a d(?al is now on. Mr, Breen  is expected in camp shortly, and after  that'something definite Jmay be divulged.  Mr. Boss was instrumental, three  years ago.-1 or.'11101 e, in getting the  Dominion Coppei deal thiough, by  which the Brooklyn, Idaho, Stem-  Syirider," Montezuma, Standard and  Rawhide owners eithei sold outright  to the new company or took shares in  the coiporation. A year ago, when  Mr. Breen took the mangement and a  vigorous--policy of develo|>ment' was  inaugurated, Mr. Boss was again in  evidence. .The other day when Mi.  Boss arrived in camp, Joe Taylor, who  profited by'the.fust deal, was heard to  remark: "Joe Boss :is in town again,  and Joe always piecedes the coming  of money into this camp."  ATSNOWSHOE  Many Improvements Going on  At This" Mine.  TEN CAR SPUR HAS BEh'N FINISHED  stiengthened  BOUNDARY MINING NOTES.  Strike in Ibe Jewel Mice.  U was reported this week that a new  body of gold quartz ore was struck in  the Jewel mine of Long Lake camp,  belived to be on the lead that the  prospecting shaft has been sinking on  for some time past. Owing to the rapid  raise in the hill, the lead where now  encountered will give about five hundred feet backs.' 'This greatly enhances  the value of the Jewel mine, which already has a large quantity of ore, said  lo average in value about$12, blocked  out in the old workings. Gilbert Malum,  manager of the mine, left for England  last week.  New Laundry Will Opej.  Next. Monday the White Star Laun-  diy will be'open for. business in the  basement of the Y. &-N. telephone  building, opposite Black's hotel. E.  R. Mcl.ellan it Co. are the new prop  rietors, who are expeiienced in the  business, 'and are already known in  Phoenix. Firstclass work is guarenteed,  goods being called for and delivered  free. Telephone No. 64, or leave orders  at Laird's barber shop in the upper  town.  Wednesday Evening's Council Meeting,  Last Wednesday Alderman, Marshall, Punch, Roy, and Moirin, and  Mayor Rumberger were.piesent at the  weekly.meeting--'of'the city council,  when the following bills weae ordered  paid: Pioneer Pub. Co, $10; C. P. R,  $1.15; V. & N.Telephone Co., $3.95;  N. D, Pnlorcia, $2:10; P. C. McCarthy. $12, J'  The chief of police was appointed as  fire and chimney inspector^ and he  was ordered to see that all houses within the limits of the city complied with  the city fire by-law. " '  0ETTINQ READY FOR HOCKEY.  Arrangements Made for Practice Nights, at  tbe Rink.  With winter now fairly on us, the  hockey enthusiasts are making definite  arrangements for the season's sport.  This week, Corner & Prendergast,  proprietors of the rink, have been getting the structure in shape, and in  another week should be nearly ready  (or business. A committee from the  hockey club met the proprietors  Thursday and arranged that the' club  should have exclusive use of the rink  three nights in the week from 7 to 8  o'clock.  There seems to be no doubt but thai  a Boundary hockey. league will be  organized before long, as there are  rinks or will be in Grand Forks, Greenwood and Phoenix, and many enthusiasts of the game live in each  place. In addition to this, it is mare  than likely that a curling club will be.  established here, as theieare a number  interested in that sport also.  The members of the hockey club  are also talking of giving a dance  about the 20th of December. Mr.  Ewing, the treasurer, says that he is  not too busy to enroll the names ol  any ol those who wish to become members of the club, and he will be glad  to see any such at the Eastern Townships Bank,  U a Sad Story.  Last Wednesday a man named Tat-  ro died at the Greenwood hospital of  typhoid lever, after an illness of several  months. A year ago his wife died  leaving him with eight children, the  oldest 15 years of age. He had been  ranching on Anarchist mountain. The  remains were taken out to his old  ranch home for burial by a kind hearted neighbor, who will also probably  take care of the large family left, the  youngest only twelv. .nonths old.       I  This week the Winnipeg once again  enters the list of shippers over the  Phoenix, branch'of the C. Pi .R.  Walter H'. Aldridge, superintendent  of the'Trail smelter, has been taking  in the smelters of the Boundary this  week.  For the past week the ore treated at  the Granby smelter amounted to 4,724  tons, making a total of'261,539 tons  to date.  Ore is now being hauled from the  Ruby mine at Boundary Falls to the  siding for shipment to the Greemvoud  smelter.  The latest in regard to the date of  when the Granby smelter will be ready  to increase the treatment, is that it  will be on or about January 15th.  A boiler was placed in the Stem-  winder shafthouse this week, and the  mine is being pumped out to permit  of it beiivj; sampled by the Greenwood  smelter people.  J. H.' Wardner, of Grand Forks,  has been awarded a contract for hauling six tons of ore daily from the Al-  hamhra mine, near Nelson, Wash., to  the Granby smelter.  Last week the new assay office at  the Winnipeg, in charge of Mr. Wid-  dowsoli, was completed and is now in  use. It is complete in every detail,  wilh laboiatory, balance room, etc.  Shipments' from the No. ; mine,  Central camp, have been discontinued  for the present, owing to the had roads.  Woik.is being continued in the raise,  drills and in ��� the deepening of the  shaft.  Neil Cochrane, who had charge of  the Oro'Denoro, in Summit camp, ti  thai property suspended operations,  spent several days in Phoenix, this  week, looking over some properties in  ihe north belt with a view to interesting capital.  It is reported that another deal is ot,  for tlie sale of the Standard Pytitic  smelter at Boundary Falls, between  Greenwood and Midway. The Sunset  people are said to be in the field again,  as they have a considerable tonnage  of ore ready for shipment.  The Greenwood smelter owners in  New York have signed a contract for  the treatment of the matte of that concern by the new converter Hearing  completion at the Granby smelter at  Grand Forks. The maite shipments  from Greenwood will now average  from ao to 25 tons per day, which  amount will be doubled in January.  Paul Johnson, manager of the Greenwood smelter, went over to the Forks  late last week to make arrangements  for the sampling of the matte.  Ore Bins With 400 Tons Capacity Will Soon  Be Finished���New Buildings arc Now  About Ready for Use.  Piobably no mining pioperty in the  Boundaiy Ins shown as much piogiess  iu the last two Or three months as the  SnowMioc mine 111 this camp, as far  assuilaeeimpiovenientsaie concerned.  Not only has there been a large lot  of suiface work done in the way  of snipping to get at the laige amount of decomposed oie which is known  to exist iheie, but new buildings have  been put up at a cost* of many thou  sands of dollars for the accommodation  of the men and officials of the Snow-  shoe Gold and Copper mines, Ltd.,  owning the gioup.  Recently the new boaiding house  and the bunk house, so called, were  finished by the contiactois, with accommodations for about 75 men. A  commodious residence for Foreman  Tievot row and office were also built,  while in the couise of a month the residence foi Supeiintendent Astley will  also be completed, the work now being  w'ell advanced. A car load of fnrnitnre  is now on the way foi furnishing these  buildings.  In addition to this the company is  now putting up ore bins 32x12x13  feet in size, with an approximate capacity of 400 tons. These ore bins are  lo< ated on the ten-cat railway spui just  put in by the C. P. R., and it is fully  expected that thcie will be a considerable output of oie as soon as the  smelters can handle it.  Development of the property under-  giound goes on steadily, both at the  too foot level from the main shaft and  in the lower workings of the railway  tunnel, with excellent results. This  week A. J. .McMilJan,, the managing  ditectoi, came over from Rossland  and spent sevctal days at the pioperty  EAGLES' BALL A GREAT SUCCESS.  PHOENIX FIRE DEPARTMENT.  Inspector of Time Locks.  C. A. Fan, inspector of time locks  for Mossman &��� Co., of New York  City, was a visitor in the city on  Thin sda\, inspecting tlie lock on the  safe in the Eastern Townships Bank  here. Mr. F'arr makes these inspections once a year, to see that the locks  are in good working order, the guarantee ol each being for one year. From  Phoenix he went to Greenwood and  Grand Forks.  As an instance of the need of an  inspector, last week the time lock of  the Grand Forks Investment Co.  would not work, and it made all kinds  of trouble for that concern, an expert having finally to be bit light from  Spokane to straighten it out. It was  found that the lock had not been  cleaned for about five years.  - long  long  Bank to Move Next Week.  Some time the latter part of next  week the Eastern Townships Bank  will move from the locatiou occupied  for a year and a half on First street to  the new quarters prepared for thebahk  in the Bank block, just being completed by Messrs. Graves and Williams.  For the present the old fixtures will.be  used, but in a short time new oak  fixtures, which have been ordered in  Toronto, will be installed, when the  I'hoenix branch will have one of the  finest banking rooms in the Boundary,  wiih a large fire proof vault attached.  Recently this hanking concern opened another branch in Quebec, in tlie  town of Windsor Mills., making 15  branches all told. They are all in the  province of Quebec, with the exception ofthe iwo in Biitish Columbia���  at Grand Folks and Phoenix.  Joe Durham is now occupying his  new blacksmith shop-an upper Dominion avenue.  Issues General Instructioa and Information (0  tbe Public  This week the Phoenix Fire Department, by authority of the city council,  prepared and had printed a large card  with general instruction to the public,  and containing other information, such  as the code of fire whistles, location of  hose houses and location of hydrants,  etc.  The fire alarm will be given by the  whistle in the Old Ironsides compressor house, which is connected night  and day by telephone with the city  offices. The whistle signals are as  follows:  For Granby Co Works : Three long-  whistles, repeated. ���  ���  'For'Upper'' Towlr:  "Three-  whistles and one short, repeated.  For   Lower   Town:     Three  whistles and two shoit, repeated.  Location of Hydrants���2 Granby  Co. bunk house; 1 Ironsides avenue  aud Second street, s.w. corner; 1 Ironsides avenue and First street, s.w.  corner; 1 Knob Hill avenue and  School street, n.w. corner; 1 Knob Hill  avenue and First street, n.e. corner; 1  Victoria avenue, opposite east side of  hospital; 1 Dominion avenue and  Montezuma, ri.w. corner; 1 Dominion'  avenue and Phoenix, Morrin-Thomp-  ;oncorner; 1 Dominion avenue, Black's  hotel; 1 Dominion avenue, Miners'  Union Hall; t Standard avenue and  Banner street, n.w. corner; 1 Brooklyn  avenue and Idaho street, s.e. corner.  Laders, ropes, buckets, etc., must  not be taken from stations or fires  except on authority. Any person  found inteilering with apparatus will  be prosecuted. ,  Spectators will refrain from dictating  orders or in any way interfering with  firemen or apparatus.  If outside assistance is needed  officers will call for volunteers.  Please be careful about hose lines.  Do not drive across or kink them.  The following are tbe officers of the  fire brigade: Jno. F. Hemenway,  chief; P. (J. McArthur, secretary; J.  E. Thompson, assistant chief.  Hose Co. No. 1���J. C. Goupil,  captain; A. P. McKenzie, lieutenant.  i lose Co. No. 2���L. Y. Birnie,  captain; Thos. Corner, lieutenant.  Next Tuesday evening the ladies of  the Presbyterian church will give an  Oyster Supper and Entertainment at  the church, and extend a hearty invitation lo all the friends of the work to  be present and have a good time. The  program will begin promptly at nine  o'clock. Among others who will take  part, E. Wentworth Monk will give a  recitation.  lii  4  k^iiM^  iF^^^m��%^^^^^  PHOENIX BRANCH ORE SHIPMENTS.  The follow..ijr tabic k^'cs the ore shipments of Phoenix Branch ami other Bouinlnr}'  &j mines lor 1900, for the past  m  I  ��  11  Old Ironsides, Knob  and Victoria   B. C. Mine   Golden Crown ....  Winnipeg   Athelstan.. .   Snowshoe   Brooklvn ,  R. Bell '.. .  Hill  , for 1901'. and the total to date:-  1900 . Week  Tolnls  ,1  4./'  Totals, tons   Mother Lode, Deadwood,  Sunset, "  No. 7, Central........  King Solomon, Copper..  Jewel, Long Lake   Other Boundary mines. .  Grand Totals, tons. ..  64,533  19,494  2,250  1,076  1,200  297  '5��  89,000  5.340  4,627  920  3��  5>657  a,396  203,746  268,279  40,490  59>939  2,250  745  1,865  55��  i.75��  i,*93  '���59��  '5��  560  560  i  *4  I**  247.384  76,689  395  940  1,25��  290  500  336o  S  S-.  029  395  940  1,250  290  3.73��  I  97,570        S,o53      327,44S        425.0I7  Miners' Union Hall a Blaze of Glory Tuesday  Evening       ^  Last Tuesday evening the local  lod<je of the Fraternal Order of Eagles  gave their first ball at Miners' Union  Hall, and it was an undoubted success  in every way. The decoration committee, headed by the worthy piesi-  dent, Victor Monnier, had spent  considerable time and about $150 in  beautifying the hall, which was festooned with electric lights and bunting,  fioirt end to end. The tickets were  unique in their way, being badges with  the insignia and seal of the order  theieon. Nearly 500 of these were  piinted, and most of them were sold.  Mis. Maggie Dungan was awarded the  prize for selling the largest number of  tickets, 160, and Mrs. Abbott secured  second prize, the prizes being $10 and  a $5 "gold pieces.  Pi of. Paul KaufTmann's string  orchestra of three pieces furnished the  music for dancing, aud it was of the  best. About midnight a lunch was  seived at the Miners' Exchange hotel,'  opposite the hall. The committee on  piizcs decided that the award foi being  the best waltzers present should go to  Hairy Aronson and Miss Beigman.  Those on the floor committee were  Messis. McAuliffe, Marshall, Drisoll;  Wallace, Tracy, Shea and Aronson,  and they took every pains to see that  those present had a good time. Among  the large number that attended were  several fiom Grand Forks and Greenwood.  II  111  w  m  telllS  1  . 1  II  :'i*ii #������--  ';i|ljl;-?te  tUMm  '^��p  I  If  :��� m *���������  i ,fi;  m  ���.fa--  111-  4m.-  .-41.:-  fits  PI  m  -If!  ���-.���JSi-j-i'.  *.  it  m  i^^^^^^i^g^Ml^^^i  *-3 ���  vi*     �����-m-T J" n ������*-*  * ���-    ���y^..,........,,    ,4 .;1_^.��� ., T���iBTT* ��-T-|������ "   "l lF;r->T-r,;^,l ������yVrJ- TTCU���n 1--��� rl~i      ���   v-"-    r~ jyr; 7��-"31h-7 ��..., ���-.-?!���....-..���.i-^-T.-.���^f?.-;��}?*��� THE PHOKNIX PIONEER.  h\Bo�� *.    \TU  -I v  11 %*-;*��� ��-  I ��'.'���''��� i     -s  + < ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ������'������������������>���>���������*<������<>,���������'������'������ ������������������������������� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��  I The Canadian Bank of Commerce |  + '      "T  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  .**  Rest, $2,000,000.  ��� Capital, $8,000,000.      9?  i HON. GEO. A, COX, Piwident. B. E. WALKER, General Manager.  X J. H. PLUMMBR, Airt Gen'l Manager.  IH. R. DAVIDSON, Acting Mgr. Greenwood Branch  x *  �� + �� + �����+ + + ������� + ,.' ^^^444-t-t-M -������������ ��� �����������������������'������������ �����������-���-���-���-�����������������������-��  The Phoenix Pioneer*  ISSUED ON SATURDAY BV THE  PIONEER PUBLISHING 00.  AT PHOKNIX. B. C.  W. B.WILLCOX. Manage*.  t-i..���i,���,.���.   I BlMlneM office No. 14.  Teleplioues   J Mannger'H residence, No. 15.  BI-B5CR1PTIONS IN ADVANCIt.  Per Year '.'. I1-00  Six Afonth  �������  To Foreign Couutric*  3-����  IfYOUnre nola imtwcrlber to till" paper, this  l�� ah luvltallou to vou to Ixcoine one.  Ailvertinlng rates rurnliilied oil nppllcntlon.  I.egnl notices 10 ami 5 centii per line.  Four weekly Insertion* constitute one month'*  nrlverUtiiiB. ,  water sys.etr, last '.veeks fwe would  have undoubtedly swept that entire  block, entailing thousands of dollars  damage. Water there was in plenty,  and the fire literally diowned out from  the two powerful streams turned on it.  The demonstration was ceiuinly most  Satisfactory to those who weie there  that the new water system had already  saved moie than its euiiie cost to the  residents of this city.  EDITORIAL COMMENTS.  t,ABCL>  One by one the newspapers of the  interior aie waking up on the redistii-  bution question, but the coast press  continues mum on this inipottaut  question.  STRICTLY    BUSINESS.  The secret of business is constant  advertising.  Advertise as though you had confidence in your goods and the people  will have confidence in you.  There is an old sajing that i'ooIs  make fashions and wise men follow  them, but in adveirising it is just the  other way.  - Advei rising prestige is hard to gain,  but very easy to lose. All you have  to do to lose it is to quit advertising  for a little while.  No patt of your business lequiies  more attention than advertising, he-  cause advertising is the most impoitant  part of your business.  Nine times out of ten a business  man who does not advertise hasn't got  anything woith having or seeing. He  is asleep to his and the camp's interest.  Capital comes before advertising.  Theie are plenty.of good things lying  about. All.they'iieed to make them  successful i.s the money with which to  advertise and sell them.  The merchants of Springfield, Mas  sachusetts, have decided that the best  and most,profitable means of business  publicity is the newspaper. In order  that they may be able to buy morw  newspaper space they have agieed "not  to advertise iu any way but in the  regular publications."  .Stores and ollices  the McMillan block.  Arthur & Monk.  lor  rent   in  Apply   to  the  Mc-  *  Good coniioitjble looms at leason  able lates, at N'oiden hotel, Dominion  avenue. *  JOHN. A. CORYELL.  Provincial Land Survkvok,  Civil, and Mining. Knginker.  KSTAI1L1SHED   1888.  PHOENIX and GRAND FORKS, B. C.  ��  :-i>-t ;���<'���-i.^?^s:4v^,i--s>^-*, &  I Vegetables!  Vegetables!! |  |>       Wholesale and Retail. ��� *  * f  (p All  home   j.r<inii   ami tn Hue   Shape. <;  ���> Shipped pioiiiptU on receipt <.f order. ���?  I     JAS. H, PETERS, 1  y V. & N. 'I'lioiie al Kancli.       ��fc     ��S     .6 ?  9 Corres|>oiintin.-c .-.ulicitcd      ��J��   ��?���   ��"�� <j  | COLUMBIA, B. C. %  # <a  D. J. MATHESON,  INSURANCE AGENT,  FIRE, 1.1 FK, ACCIDENT.  Commissioner fur Inking AtTiiUnit*.  Phoenix, II.  a. scon,  contractor and uuildkk.  Estim.vies Furnished.  I'HOENIX, 1!. C.  White Cooks and Waiters' Union  No. \l\ W. L. V.. of I'hoenix.  Meets Tlmrsdav niuhtf, 8:.'ln o'eloek  Miners' Union II.ill.  J. T.  nt  ABOUT J75.W0 TONS.  ' It now appears that the ore output  ot the Boundary for the year 1901 will  be about 375,000 tons, against a little  less than 100,000 tons in  igoo.   Up  to date the shipments run up to  325,-  000 tons for this year, and the output  for the balance of the year will  probably be about 50,000 tons.   This will  give   an  average of something over  1,000 tons per day for the entire year,  including Sundays���on which days, by  the way, but little work is done nowadays by the large shipping mines in  this section.  Every ton of this ore' has   been  treated in smelters within theprovince,  and has thus given employment to a  ' laige number of workmen.   While it  is a fact that this ore is nearly all of it  of a low grade, there seems to be no  ' reason to doubt that every ton of it  has yielded a profit to the mine owners.  An increase of 275 per cent, in twelve  months' is certainly one that can  be  - pointed to with pride by residents- of  " the Boundary, as it shows the steady  progress of the district  in lthe most  tangible of ways. The story of the tons  is one that looks well  in' print, and  1 also sounds pleasant to the shareholders  in properties that have contributed to  1 the grand total of the tonnage.  '. There is every reason to believe that  the output for the year 1902 will be a  ' distinct advance over that for this year,  t as both the smelters are actually doubling up their capacity now, and  will  double their output in  January  next.  This being the case, is there any doubt  abo.ut the ore" output for   1902  being  between 860,000 and 1,000,000 tons?  ��� Another interesting fact in this connection, is that nearly 01   quite three-  quarters of the tonnage for this.-year  went out'over the Phoenix branch of  the C. P. R".,. and  two-thirds of the  tonnage originated from,mines in  the  heart of Phoenix. , Is better evidence  wanted of the assurance of one of the  'most populous mining and smelting  communities growing up, here in the  Boundary in the near future?  Le Roi shares in .London have been  going down the line at a lively rate.  It is little wonder, when one reniem-  beis the manipulating going on both  in Rossland and London.  The miserable press service supplied  by the C. P. R. Telegraphs to British  Columbia dailies continues to be as  poor as ever. This is one ol the  advantages of a monopoly.  President Roosevelt is distinctly a  man of his own opinions, as he has  already shown to those disposed to  criticise him. He will probably make  one of the best presidents that the  neighboring republic has ever had.-  If you wish to vote at the municipal  election in January you must see that  your name is on the voters' list before  the first of December, and also that  all taxes of whatsoever kind���not excepting the much evaded road tax���  are paid.  WHAT THE   EDITORS SAV.  You can tell a man by the way he  advertises.���Ledge.  Piovincial politics have once again  reached an interesting stage and the  boosters ate on the boost.���Slocan  Drill.  The medical business has suffered  also by the haid times, but with the  hockey season at hand the surgeons  are quite hopeful as to the future.���  Nelson   Economist.  Railways aie needed to develop this  province and govern 111 ents and legislatures should instead of placing bai  riers in the way make it as easy as  possible foi bona fide companies to  build.���Greenwood Times.  Miss Ci.akk,  Se-cretnry.  Tliose ilfsirhiK hclpupply to secretary. M'lionujo  I.AWKI NCIi.  i'rcMideiit.  II. S. CAVLEY. W. B. COCHRANE.  CAYLEY & COCHRANE,  Solicitors, Etc  PHOENIX, B. C.  Take your  PRESCRIPTION  TO  BOYLE  THE  DRUGGIST.  'Phone No. 16.  Night Eei!  I Po Burns & Co.  I'UOKNIX  MARKET.'"  i. 0. 0. F.   Snow  Shoe Lodge, No. 46.  Meets   everv   Mnmiiiv   Kve at   llnril.i-  McKi-ii/.U'    Hull      Vi-inni:    Hii'Mitii  Cordially,Invite.1. I). WrniKMni:, N.'J.  (iM>. K. Mkad, Hucf-ei'.  D. WHITESIDE,  Barrister & Soi.iciior,  Graves-Williotiis Mock.  PHOKNIX, B. C.  HEAD Oil IC'I. I OK IIOi;\l).\KV C'ltrKK, C.REI NWOOI), il.  hi aik,m;ai< ii k^, m.i.son, ii. c.  ��� Wiiolesale and Befail (lot flerte. j  Maikets at Nelson,  Kaslo, Three Korks, Sandoi., Slot an City,  Silveiton, New Denvei, Vinir. Sahno, Rossland, Tiail, C'astade' .  (iiand Folks, Camwood, Midway, Niagaia and I'hoenix.  FISH, OYSTKRS AND PJLXTRY IN SHASON.  All 01 deis ieceive prompt attention.  t  *  *  1  Much interest is manifested in the  Boundary as to the intentions of the  Dominion Copper Co. Nothing is  given out, but the Mother Lode smelter  people are still sampling here, and it  is believed thata deal for the treatment  of the ore is pending. It will probably  be a month belore an announcement  is made.  Does the department of mines intend  going on with the School of Mines at  Rossland this winter? If not, why not?  And if so, now is the time to advertise  (at the usual rates) and let the people  know about it.���Revelstoke Herald.  In the case of Hon. Mr. Dunsmuir  it has been shown that misfortnnes  never come singly. He has forfeited  the confidence of the country, suffered  loss by accidents in his mines, become  involved in an unusual lawsuit and  now, they say, he has been requested  -7-in other words commanded���to' fill  up his cabinet or step down.���  Vancouver World.  I'HOENIX AEHIE,  NO. 158.  Meetings on ruts  Any S 30 p. in. nt  Miners' Union Hall.  ViMtmg      lirc-tlircn  cordinlly imitcil.  K. L. IIOVI), Sicv.'  Phoenix Lodge No. 28,  Knights of Pythias.  Meets every Tnesdny nijjit  ��l 73a p. in., Miners' Union  Hull.  Visiting brethren welcome.  C. A. McCLL'SG, C C.  D.J.Matheson, K. K. S.  ;. B. KERR,  Harrister and Somctiok,  notary j'uiilic.  PHOENIX". B.C.  Phoenix : Bakery  C. W. GREKR, 1'roi'.  Phoenix  Street,  Opp. P.  O.'  Bread Delivered Daily to ail  * parts of the City.  When we say we make good Ilread  tve are only rcpeatiiiK Oie ��oril�� or  0111 many customers. To the stranger  we nay,  Try   It  and  be convinced.  piks, cakks, cookius, now;ii-  N'UTS, Ktc, always on hand.  Light Express iu Connection  V .&  N P1IONB, S3-  NEAT AND  ATTRACTIVE  JOB PRINTING    ^  AT THE PIONEER IOB OFFICE  GOOD FIRE SERVICE  Last week's fire, which occurred in  the'mbst thickly built up portion of  the city, on Dominion avenue, aiid at  a point where it is most difficult lo  fight the fiery element, was pretty conclusive proof of the efficacy of the  water system of Phoenix for fire protection. It would not have been easy  to have picked out a worse point for  difficulty in coping with, the flames  than the one where they started. The  buildings happened to be of the un-  plastered variety, and were veritable  tinder boxes. The nature of the location can be understood when it is  remembered that much of the insurance  held in that block had recently been  cancelled.  Notwithstanding the bad locatiqri,  when the fire brigade got to work the  members; aided by a splendid water  system, had the fire' under control in a  comparatively short' time, both hose  *,companies responding with the least  ' possibledelay to the alarm given by  the mine whistle.  Up to the present the insurance  companies, in requiring high premiums  could readily justify the demand by  pointing to the entire lack of fire protection. But this is no longer the  case, and the inspectors should in all  fairness take into consideration that  we i.ow luve an excellent water supply,  with plenty of pressuie, together with  the necessary paraphernalia to fight  files.   Had it not been for the new'  Close upon the Vancouver News-  Advertiser's announcement that pei-  mission had been requested by the  lieutenant-governor to fill his cabinet  at once and meet the legislature at the  usual time, came the denial of the  story by the Colonist, the premier's  personal organ. The Colonist should  know, but the question is: Does it ?  The Victoria Post and the Victoria  Outlook, two bright weeklies, have  combined under the ti' le of the Post-  Outlook. The former was noted for  its opposition lo the present government and the C. P. R., and the latter's  strong point Wds the Mongolian ques  tion; It is said that David B. Bogle,  an old Rosslander, will edit the com  bination.  E. J. Smith, secretary of the British  Columbia Society lor the Prevention  of Cruelty to Animals, has been forming ; branches of the society in the  interior lately. . While there it probably less need of the society in the  mining districts than in the more  populated coast lowns, still the work  is an excellent one, and should be  encouraged.  Golden riding with a population of  1,938, secured appropriations this year  for public works amounting to $61,400,  while Rossland riding, with a population of 7,603, had an appropriation  for the same kind of work amounting  to'$32,025. But then, Hon. W. C.  Wells, minister of lands and works,  lives in Golden riding, and it is no  wonder the newspapers of that section  think Mr. Wells is just about right.  'Premier Dunsmuir expects to take  a trip south shortly. With Mr. Wells  in Ottawa and Mr. Prentice in Eng-  tand, the government of British Colum  bia will then be represented by the one  remaining minister���Hon. I). M.  Ebeits, acting premier, acting president  of the executive council, acting head  of the council of public instruction,  Attorney-General, acting minister of  finance, acting minister of education,  acting minister of mines, acting chief  commissioner of lands and works, acting provincial secietary, and acting  minister ofagriculture.    What a farce !  ABOUT GREENWOOD SMELTER.  Will  Have   Capacity   Doubled   la January  Next.  A Greenwood correspondent sends  out the following: Some time in Jan-  eary the second blast furnace for the  local smelter will be ready to be "blown  in" and the capacity of the plant  doubled. With the two furnaces in  operation about 900 tons of Ore and  iuel will be handled daily. The  smelter was blown in Febuary 18th ot  the present year. l'Yom that date to  October 31st it has tieated 91,715  tons. To come down to months, the  last two will suffice to give an idea ol  the daily tonnage treated. Duiing  September the total amounted to  11,823.10ns, or a daily average of 393  1-10 tons. For October the total was  12,660 tons, being an average of 408  tons per day.   ,  It was on the 18th of October that  Paul Johnson,' M. E., manager of the  smelter, believed he established a  world's record for a single blast furnace of the size in use here. On that  day 504 tons of ore, coke and slag was  run through. Of this amount 450  tons was ore. Considering that the tur  nace was designed for a nominal cap  acity of 225 tons each 24 hours, the  daily averages quoted above are most  creditable.  Look on the Bright Side.  You get out of life just about what  you are. If you smile, people smile  back at you. Il you frown, vou will  find plenty of peisons to do the same.  You can have sunshine or dark clouds,  as you will, says an exchange.  A sunny disposition around a business establishment is a God-send. It  is the best kind of an advertisement. It  does more to draw trade and to hold  it than most anything else. The business of today isn't the seizing of an  individual and. compelling him lo buy  your gooJs, as was once the idea of  merchandising.. On the contrary, it is  making your display of whatever commodity you may manufactuieor handle  so attractivei��Hid offering it under such  advantageous conditions that the customer will do the initiative and you  simply meet his wants.  Trickery of any kind doesn't pay in  business today, whatever it may have  done in former days.  The man who dosn't treat a child  with due consideration, and in whose  place of business the toddling infant  can't buy to.as good advantage as the  full giown person, doesn't unaerstand  the first principle of business.  A Snap for  Subscribers  Complete  Stock of  Watches, Clocks,  and Jewelery,  Watt Ii  Rcjiaiiing a Specialty,  Spectacles and Eyeglasses Fitted.  W. ZIMMERMAN,  First St., opposite Ka<ilcin Township Hank,  Phoinix, II. C.  OLD AND NEW  hoenix Pioneer and Toronto  Globe (daily), both for One  year   Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto  Globe, (weekly) both for One  year '_   Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Daily Herald, both for One  ���trot;**   /Iiicliuliiifr Hniidwmc Porlrail\  J''-'-*    V��rKiiigI;d��ard, 17x22 inches/   Phoenix Pioneer and New York  World, Thrice-a week, both  for one year   $3.75  150  2.50  150  C A. McCltmg & Co.,  Hay, Grain, Feed, Rolled Oats, Etc.  Phone No. 36.        S lAXDAKI), AVE., PHOKNIX.  BOTTOM  PRICES.  PHOENIX  FREIGHT AND EXPRESS RECEIVE  PROMPT ATTENTION. -_���   Send all subscriptions to this office.  PHOENIX PIONEER,  PHOENIX, B.C.  LIVERYANP STAGE LINE  GREENWOOD STAGE LEAVES 8 A. M AND  J P  M.    SUNDAYS J P, M.  ��^* ����* e��w e^* *��*& tj��>  GEO W MURPHY   Mana^r  'PHONE NO, i.  E  ��=  ��WTffwi?fmwwTTFWwmw imffiffwirfTTfWiTfmnrmirifg ���  Electrical con- J  sfnscffon  suppEfes.  CM  I & Ail  ! Furniture  r Fiumos, Motoi.s,   Ihinnuis,   Etc.,  House ^  _= Wiling .-iik! l>)ii.iiiK> Rei>:iiring.    Mine In- ^  8C= stnllittiuti a Specul'v. rS  B PHOENIX and GREENWOOD, B. C. |  *  ���  *  A  ���  4  ���  ���  i  !  HOUSE  t  I  *  *  t  HOLD  ��  *  t  t  i  *  t  NEED'  *  *  N tlii.s line we  are  iu  a better position  than ever to supply  the  wants of the  Public of Phoenix.  Upholstering  ^ Undertaking  kS       and Embalming  jmmmmmmwtmwmi  Advertising is not advertising unless  it puts the reader or looker into a  jjjood to buy your goods.  Wanted At Once.  If you have any clean .cotton   rags  bring tbeni to the Pioneer office,  and  get cash for then).    Qood  price paid  for the first lot brought in.  House'and Lot (or Sale.  For sale 4-room  house and lot on  Knob Hill avenue, between First and  Second street.    Apply to owner.  John Avsted.  CLARK ��. BINNS,  -"���" Old Ironsides Ave.  Bellevue   Hotel, gJSSnxfa&j  I'hi.s hotel i:, rent in My lornied, newly built and  newly 4  furnished llimiighotit.     Kvetything is   first-class.    Har 1  stocked with the finest.  EDWARD SIMPSON, Prop.  = PAUL KAUFFMANN, Proprietor. --���=  COPPER ST., GREEN W00D3. C.  YALE-COLUMBIA  LUMBER COMPANY, Ltd.  MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF  ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER  OFFICE AND YARDS  ROSSLAND, GREENWOOD, CASCADE and PHOENIX, B. C.  Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars always in  ptock. Board by day or we��4c. One trial and  you will remember The Maplo Leaf Forever.  Old Ironsides  Ave, ��  -GRECG k McBONALD, Props., S5K  PIANOS, ORGANS, VIOLINS AND  large and Small Instrument* at Right  Price*.  run. 1 ir��E or BHtcT mu��'c_  MUSIC   FURNISHED roH  lulls.   I'artlrs    or    Rccipli"8 on  Short Notice.  Phoenix Home Brewed  Biewed by a Home Institution has proven the test and has made a  Host of Friends who testily to its Good Qualities  Tie best hotels In Phoenix  jwve it to theii customers, and wh��� find  that  the Beer  "Made at  Home' is equal, if not better, than foreign brewed.  JULIUS MUELLER, Proprietor.  Come? Standard Ave, and Banne? St., Phoenix-  l>4. -��1~-"���-. -P !������**'/. '. -  r..    -i  a. r... \ ii   ���  ;ji.j: , *m ,c*i,c  v.T '<"\.-, '-$,- \*-ii.~.-L ti*"-;<^.-  -���*���>.���,*,. ^.'il-'-T?  Ti*? if T,^'"���>*"'������" V~"t>X". ^ITt?    '~V."S"\  ��� ' 1, i ;y.    v��i *��� Vj- * '���   *'-+��*ij..^.A ^��%i;^:i*j-j" 1 ���! - a.'.--"lite* ��� i\  nK.  .*    '':!. *. ���j-��-k. ���.'  *"t   .:���.-   ,-   vi '   'J.h-.O .'-,-'. ������   *'r?t    '      ,!-,t     ..-.,'.  .-,    '*       ,,'->.->    * " ri\-i*..V-,   ^''  .����������*���  ��'i'*'j-:ii'''-'".;'--',.~\'-,.J'VV:j:,}J/,-ii-. ,-..-   . t/t,   v. , .? i. ��� ���   , -m^.,,-*,' ..���>'��� r���   * ' ..V ,.-.     *  *  '���t.'.B.^.- 1 ,-.i:- -."IT i..':,',   ���-f   .-t;-,..f.,l   -,        ��������    1 ,"        .   >,    I.. ���    ^1 ��� ���> . ,-'    ������ n t   I* 1   _t\ •iu
is greater for 1901 than any other camp in British Columbia.    After January, \ 902, the output will be doubled.
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OWN YOUR OWN HOME—Residence lots
GEO. w. rumberger for sale in all parts of the city at low prices and
phoenix, b. c.  & & monthly payments.    Houses for Rent.
awmiwwJtii'juHii,' 'in iii mmtmnisxanai-smamaaamammiamimamsawaamsMaaaai
♦ 'T'lllS popular rcHfirt.'A
,1 linn been refitted., f
x refurnished nml tln>r- |
I oiiifhty overhauled i
I thro ifjliout, mid fur- I
I uUhcil with nil lile I
I modern hotel convtii- f
k Iciicca. Local nml Lous |
J Distance Telephone f
I connection...with the j
oflic -and <* licudiiuar
The Best Appointed and Equipped
Hosileiy in the'Hotnidaiy. . „
I oflic -and is licudiiuar. j
S^mc^^'Xy i Comfortable Sample
C'c^rV^c.^ ] *   Rooms for   j»
f ^ffiibtCl^ J Commercial Travelers
Z Tile lioin mm ncvn ejj-   *
* larncdby the .addition J
1 of fifieeli nicely fur- 1
f imbed rooms, •
The   Public    Patronage
Kcupjctfullj Solicited.
We iiim to please our pre-
Kent luifcc trade and
deserve more.
Dominion Avk.,
When Completed to Phoenix'Line and Plant
Will Cost $450,000.
Roderick Robertson, manager of
the London & H. C. Goldfields,  con-.     ,     .,,   c:   i-   ,      .1 • •
rolling the  Cascade  power,,has  n-.W  J'«l>h &•; tarter,    he  genial-«.s-
tuned ... Nelson   f,om  Cascade  and  fT T'"' v"j    "       '     '   "
I'hoenix, where he  has  heel, ..looking !,ea^l«"!en a. Nelson, v,-as  a ,v;sif«r
-ver the construction work in connecV"- TT -'^: uesdf \°" "l,e of l,,s
ion with the large power plant  which 'pen',dlCaltr,l,s ,1,,ml«h ""*.l«rt»
'ie Cascade Water,   Power  &   Light
"Company's Act, 1S97"
IMrst-Class Dining Room with Private
Hoxes for Families. Home Cooking.
Only tlie Best of livery thing to be
found in the Markets.
Gome in Season.
ter.ntory.' ..Air. Caiter is oiie of those
men who make friends lor Canada's
greatest railway wherever lie goes, even
il" he .cannot give every town he visits
all that is wanted. He says the railways passenger and. freight business in
Boundary is steadily increasing and
must   be   most   satisfactory    lo   tlie
two improved high-backed coaches
were placed on the Boundaryrailway.
[c and Transfer Line,
B. C.
.Stage leaves   I'hoenix   for   Greenwood   . ...' 8 a. in.
Leaves (iieemvood    10 a.   m.
Best turnouts in the Boundary.    Horses well suited for
'   v drives. COLLINS & HcGILLIS, Props.
Leaves I'hoenix  ...
Leaves Uieenwood.
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ompany is installing at that point,
He reports good progress as being
made in all of the woik with the exj
ceptiou of one piece being under
contract, aiid the indications' are that
the company will be in   ieadiiie<s  for
the machine:)' before the U'estinghouse ,"ust1 ue f,n,ost sai.s.actory .'" 1
people will be able to supp!y;it.^Vhe..^^cl^.ltl,f ^!"''£!,^_ihls ^
'Completed the plant aird lines of the
Cascade company Will represent an
expenditure of close upon $450,000,
the expendittiie for copper alone being
considerably over the $100,000 mark,
owing to the length of the lilies which
the company has at ranged to build
and 10 tlie finther fact that much
heavier copper is necessary as the line
is cariied luithet fioni the power
When the company is ready for
business, as it expects to be in about a
couple of months, it will have inachin-
eiy installed capable of developing
3.000 "noise powei, so that its capacity
will he equal to that of llonnington
I'alls plant, but the plant at Cascade
has been so constiucted that with the
addition ol the extra niachineiy its
capacity can be increased to 6,000
hoi se power. The company aims "at
supplying power to all important points
in th: Boundary such as Phoenix,
Gieenwood and Grand Forks, and the
piesenl outlook is that it will have a
profitable maiket at the ouiset for all
the powei that it can generate.
SCI.'lHJ. '..,■'■
*TTHH Is'TO CKKTiKY that the
Mr. Caiter also stated that Work
trains are now running across the new
bridge, over the Columbia river, at
Robson, and that some time in Jaiili-
aiy it was expected that passenger
trains would he using the bridge. -The
long trestle on the east side is being
filled in, and the finishing touches being put on the long structure.   .
j Lion Bottling Works j
2 • jAS. McCRRATH. Prop. •
J.0J^llj5:- Wines, Beer and Cigars •
sole AKiiS'TSi'.w KKicasQUKi.r.HN sklters' uluk
d. w. Mcdonald
& Tinning
Job Work Promptly Attended to.
I'hoenix street (Hack offo'loHicc.) V. & N*. Phone No.
Phoenix, B.-C*
Addition to
Residence Lots in this well Ioc.ted addition are now
on the markst. Good water on the property. Convenient to all the mines. Liberal sized lots from
30 to 50 feet front
Prices from $50 up.
Apply to
Rossland's ore shipments for last
week leached 5,060 tons.
Slocan lake oie shipments for last
week amounted to 67 tons.
The Transfer gioup, near Slocan
City,, has been bonded by Sidney
Norman tor $40,000.
The Slocan-Chicago Mining Co. has
been organizing to work the Chicago
claim, on Cody creek in the Slocan.
Oscar Szontag took chaige of the
Notthpoit Smelling it Refining Company's plant'a's manager last  Monday.
Eighty men are employed at the Arlington mine near Slocan City, anJ the
snow is reported 18 inches deep on the
Edward Kennedy, who was shot on
the 9th at Northpoit by a Joplin
smelterman named Stark, is slowly
It is stated on which is believed to
be good authority that the building of
a lead refinery in Canada is now assured, and that it may be located at
Nelson.      ■ x
A meeting of representative of silver-
lead mines'in Hritish Columbia is to
be held in the office of the London &
H.C Goldlields in Nelson, B. C, on
Wednesday, the 4th day 01 December
Information received from Carmi,
up the West Fork of Kettle river,
slates that the Rambler js working' 7
men, the Butcher Boy 3 and'the Carmi
8, and that all are developing satisfactorily.
The combined output of".the Rossland and Boundary Creek district tor
the year to date exceeds in amount
the total tannage of ore 'produced in
Hritish Columbia during 1900. These
districts have already produced something like 560,000 tons ol" ore. The
total output of the province last year
was 554,000 tjns.—Post-Outlook.
The case .of Wateiman vi. the City
of Greenwood was up last week before
the Supierne Court at Vancouver, on
appeal, and the appeal.was dismissed.
The plaintiff, who owned a hotel, sued
the city of Greenwood lor $5,000
damages, alleging that he had been
damaged to that extent by overflow of
Boundary creek, caused by 'improper
giading of streets. The case was
biotight on for trial some months since
before .Mr. Justice Drake and a jury.
The jury found a .vetdiet for the plaintiff lor $3,006 damages. The defen
dant appealed fioni the verdict and
thecouit upheld the '■verdict of the
juiy and dismissing , the appeal with
costs in tavor of-the plaintiff. The
co'-ts to the city of GrcnwOod.will run
up to piobably $1,000 more.
■.   . .■ tn . ..
The following is published as a correct list of the many titles ofthe Duke
of Yotk, who recently made a tour of
Canada: .■'.','
His Royal Highness; George Fred-
elick Ernest Albert, Duke of Cornwall
and York, Duke of Rothsay, Prince of
Saxe-Cobourg and Gotha, Duke of
Saxony, Earl of Carrick and Inverness,
Haion of Renfrew and Killarney, Lord
of the Isles and Great Steward ol Scotland, K. C, P. C, K. T., K. P., C. I.
M. G., G. C, V. O., L. L. D., 1). C.
L., Etc. ' .  ■■■
(Kormerlytlie Metropolitan.)'
class wines, liquors a.n4 cigqra alwaysjn ^tpcl?;
SwU«li* Commercial  Men,
Compare Favorably with Those of Colorado.
A glance through the list of dividend-
paying precious metal mines in. the
Western states and territories shows
that the mines of British Columbia
average fajrly well with those of Colorado, which is one of the greatest
precious metal mining states in , the
Union. Solar this year, the precious
metal mining companies of Colorado
have paid $3,887,757 in dividends on
a share capital of .$61,266,667. This
is 6.3 per cent, on the capital. When
the fact is taken into consideration
that two companies (the Portland and
jStiatton's Independence) paid$1,507,-
504 of the dividends on a share capital of $8,500,000, the showing made
by Colbrado is not as good as chat
made by British Columbia. /V.n.d,
whrit is niqre, for every rm'ning company in Colorado that pajd a dividend
(his year, two havq not paid a cent.
Vet people will say that British Columbia makes a. poor showing when   com-
Tieir Names Always Fonnd in  tbe  Local
.   Newspaper. •,
If you want to find out who the live
business men of any town ate you have
only to peiuse the local newspaper and
you will find '.heir names, says the
Midway Advance. Anyone carrying
on a business of any kind, no matter
how small, in a town where a newspaper is published will, il alive to his
own interests, advertise his 'business.
Take the successful business man and
ask him to what he attributes his pros-
pertiy, and in jiine cases out of ten the
question will meet with the same reply:
To advertising.. Thousands, 011 the
other hand, who have at some lime in
their lives been engaged in business,
but have been unsuccessful, can attribute their fa|Uie to the fact that
their names never decorated the
advertising colums ofa newspaper.
There is a time in the history of
every town when it may not be necessary to advertise, that is'when a town
is so small that it only contains one
business house of each kind, but this
is only in exceptionally new places,
and most of the towns of even this
comparitively new piovinco have passed
that stage, and the business man ol
almoot any town finds that he is not
the only pebble on. the beach, that
" There are others." Let once competition be engaged in, in any line of
business and it is the utmost folly for
anyone of them to expect to be successful without advertising.
The local newspaper is the best
means by which the public is made
acquainted with the names of the live
business men of rJ place; of course you
will find men in nearly every town,
who call themselves business men,
that do not advertise, but they are
dead as far as the business world is
concerned. In this age of keen competition in every conceivable line of
business, such people have to giye
way, sooner or'later, tq men of busi-
nesu method? who are abreast of the
P. Hums, the meat  king of West
Kootenay, and the man who advertises
in every paper in his territory,  is  the
■ .Nelson Tribtme.
I way an exchange describes him
of neyer losing his '-.i.i^dom
pared with'oiher mining"'countries.—j more he advertises the more sure he is j j^jj^^"^:^<i^,!^u£k" —•""'
<i(>M nml Ciipier Miuoiv I imiteil," i>
until ri<wl iiiul lli-ttiHOt in enrrv 611 buvl-
netvw thin the I'rovlni'C •■( llrltinh ColuniMit.
Hint 11 e, r y nut or ell' v.i nil .or n»y »'f ihe
otjji'i'1;* iif tlio Cntnpiiiiy. Ui whtah ill? leidNu
live null'rf>- of the Leg slitluro of liiiils!
CwiuinUIn exiemlit,
'I he bond ofllee of the fdiiipany isnit.niue ir
The Hiiiuuiit »f the calii'ii! of tho Company I
£r.",i)!i.i rllviilod Iiim 'J-'U.iWU >hu es of £1 e <rh,
1h ■ hrml olllco 1 f tho coini-imy in th's I'rr-
vliii-e iKd'iim 0 ut K«im mid, uinl An'hony Ji-hi
Mi'MIIlmi, Muuiiginif I'lreeli rof the Cumimu ,
will's.- ii'lilri'iiH Is KossUml aforoiHid, In 1/14 11
Kir'cy ft»».the Ctiiiiiuiiy.  .•■■.. • •. • . . ,
Oivu-i iimler my. h-iiin mid Keal of iilllee at.
Vil-tirin, I'mvliii-e of- UrltiBh Columliiu, ihls
S'lth liny of ueiuker, one tboiieauil nine hu:i-
. red aii'doiie.   •,        ' ■     ,   "
;. [J. '»;] •     S. Y.WOOTTOX,
Ueirlstrar of Joint Stock Companies.
The following are the. rilijeo'ts. lor which the
Coinpuiiy.h !>• Ije.-n bhuiW *ha I:—   ,
(•) lo tuiontiuid. curry lino ell'.'i", MithRiii-h,
Ific y. nr diimtions or ulU'rAiloiiK as may be
nee.-it on, -sulijoc, if prior t" the stutuioiy
nueiiii);, lo the niiprovi of sn- h iiiecting, Ihe
ni,'ie ment with- The llriiifh Columbia 1 it< s -
land noil .-locnu) '•ymlicnte, ^iinlleil, toferred
miii cln'iiFO'.1of the .Articles of'Association' ol'
the company.'
(2j To aci[iii"e mines and mining riyh a in
Brltlfh C lutiibia, and other eoun'trlei' or
plai'es,:ind any inlerestm hero in and lights over
thesainc, and any conees-ioci!', uranu, righls,
ponern and privilege<iii respect theieof. and fur
any such purpose to pr epect, examine and explore any sucli countries or plnces. and to employami -'equip expeditions, commissione, ex-
jierts and other ugeuts, und to w rk, develop,
cirry out, exercise and turn to account the
prope lies and premises soacipiieJ:
(.t) To work and trade i'l all klndKof natural
proifuclsof the commies or places wheie ihe
business of ihe Compuuyshail for the time be-
ini! I,ecaniei on, and toell'eul the full, derol-
meiif of HlH-oiiiinerclai opemtions in oonuec-
tion theiewiih: >
(•I) To search for, win, get, quarry, reduce
amalgamate, diess, letineand prepare (or. uiar-
kc. Huriferoussand, quartz, ore aud other.mineral substance', whether auriferous or not, and
precious stones, a- d-generally to carry on.any
ine<nllurglcal operations whl< h may seem conducive to any ol the Company's opjecis:
(•">) 10 buy, sell, ell e and deal in bullion,
sjiecie, coin and piecloufl mewls :
(ii) To develop the resources of and turn to
accmint any lands or rights over or conneete i
wi h laud belonging lo the (ompany, or in
whk'h lheConipauy is interested, and in jrnr-
tl ulhi bycleanng, draiuhq;, loncingiplamini;:
rulilv tins, liiiilaing, improving,farming,irrigating,■• nii grazing, aud by promoting itnini-
gralion and einigiation, and tlie establishment, of low lis, v liageiand settle neots:
(7.) I'o carry.out, establish, construct, maintain, improve, iiiannge.'work, control andsup-
erinlelin.any loads, vva' s, tramways, railways,
bridges, harbours, reseryidis, wator-courscs.
wharves, cmbank'u puts, hydraulic works, tele"
graphs, le eph'ines, saw-mills, sinelling works,
furoiice-", ft dories,- warehoutes ■ aud olher
buildings, works and conveniences, and to
coniribut" to or assist in the carrying out,
establishment, conjunction, niaiiiloiiancc,
Improve neut, manage oent, working, control
or superintendence of the same :
(S.) To carry on all "r any of the busiiic'sc
or miners, smellers, (juary owi ers, (inari-yiueii,
saw-mill pioprictors, timber merchants, metal
founders, worke s aid comericrs, engltieets,
mncliiuists, giis makers.'shtpbuilders, popric-
tors of vessels, carr ers by sea and laud, w h*irf-
ingers,dock owners, warehousemen, storekeeD-
cr. farmets, liorseau : cattlebree'e.-sand dealers, stockmen and provision n etchiiils:
(H.) To manufacture boy, sell, repair, alter,
neat, prepare for market, and deal in all kinds
of plant, machinery, apparatus, tools, nieusils,
products, materials, articles and things ' ece;-
sary or useful for carrying on any of th« above
businesses or '-peralions, or usually dealtMu by
|.c sons engaged therein:
(Iu.) To carry on any other businesses,
whether manufacturing or othe'w.'se, which
may seem to the. Company capable of being
conveniently unried on In connoctiou with
any of the above specified objects, or calculated
directlv or indirectly to enhance the value of
or lender profitable any i i Ihe Company's
property or rights:
(It.) To nppy lor, purchase, or otherwise
iicqitic, any pa'ienls, uievets d'liiveniiou, licences, concessions, and the like, conferring an
exclusive or non-e-tclusive or limited right to
use, au> secret or other i .formation us to any
iu* ention which may seem cpaljle of leing
me 1 for anv of the purposes of the t'onipauy,
or ihe acquisition of wh chniay seam calcnli'i-
eil, diieclly or iudire--lly, to benelit' this Company, and to uie, exercise and develop, or
grant licence? 111 respect of, or otherwise turn
toacc'iunt ihe property, rights and information so aciuited.
(u) Tu purchase or otherwise acquire and
under take all or any part of the business, property and liabilities of any person or compnny
carryin^ 011 basincs.-, wcieli this Company is
anltioii/ed to carry on, or possessed of property
suitable for the purposes ofthe Company:
(13) To enter into any arrangement with any
Cuvvrniiicnt or authorities, supreme, municipal",
local or otherwise, and to obtain from any such
Oowrniiicnt or authority all rights,concessions
and pro-ilexes that may seem conducive t,o the
Compauv's objectsor any of them:
(14) To ciiUr into partnership or into any
-.iruiu.seincul for sharing profits union of interests, ji-int adventure, reciprocal concessions or
co operation witll any person or company carrying on or engaged in, or about to cany on or
cngagj in, ntiy business or transactions which
the Company is authorised to carry on .engage, iu,
orauv business 01 transaction capable of behn;
conduct! d so as to directly or indirectly bent lit
Ibis •. i- mpauy, and to lake or otherwise acquire
and bold shares of stock in, or securities of, and
tosubsidise or otherwise, assist any sucbCoia-
putiy, and to sell, hold, rc-issue with or without
guarantee, or otherwise deal will' such shares,
slock or securities:
(15) Generally to purchase, lake on lease or iu
cxcliaiigc.hiic oiolhci-wise.'icquiic any leal or
pergonal propcitv.auy righlsor privileges which
the Com pa 11 v inn'v think iiece.-sary or convenient
ivitli reference tu'anv of these objects, or capable
of being profiliibly dealt with in connection with
anv ol tlie Compauv's prjiierty or rights fur tl.e
time being, and in piirticulnr any hind, buildings,
easements, licences, patents, machinery,-ships,
barges, rolling stock, plant and stock-in-trade;
(16) To cstablish.and support, or to aid in the
establishment and support of associations, imti-
tutibns, or conveniences calculated lo benefit
employees or ex-employees of Ihe Coiupauv or
its predecessors iu tuisiness, or the dependents or
connections of such persons, and to grant pensions and allowances, and to make payments
towards insurance, and to subscribe or gqaraulee
monev for charitable or benevolent objects, or
fUrau'y exhibition; or far any public, general or
.iscful object;
(17) To'sell the undertaking of the Company,
or any part thereof, for such consideration as the
Conip'anv niay iliink fit, and in particular (or
shares, or debentures, debenture stock or other
securities of any oilier, company having objects
altogether or in part similar to those of Ibis
(is) To promote any company or eouipanies
fo- tlie purpose ofits or their acquiring lillor any
ofthe pioperty, lights and liabilities orthe Company, or for any other purpose which may seem
directly or indirectly calculated to benefit this
(ly) To invest and deal, with moneys of the
Coiupauv not immediately required, upon such
securities and iu such, manner as may from lime
to time be determined,
(ji>1 To lead money to such persons and on such
terms lis may seem expedient, and in particular
tociistomcisofalid persons having dealings with
the Company, and to give any guarantee or ill—
dciuuity as mnv seem expedient:
121) To obtain anv'Provisional Order or Act o|
Parliament for enabling the Company to carry
anv of its objects into ef|ect. or for effecting any
modification of the Company's constitution, or
for anv oUu-T purpose which may seem ev
pedient" and to op'po.v: nay proceedings or applications which may seem calculated, directly or
indirectlv, to prejudice the Company.
(2.1) To raise or borrow or secure the payment
of money in such manner mid on such terms as
'    and iu
charcvd upon tbe win h or uiv p-ut of 'be ,ir>
petty of tin * ompiiK. both present und ftilur ,
including, its uiii-hIIkI cpiinl, and lo lukeui,
pinchaseo'- pi\ i If nij sin h sct-Utlliti
(it) Todmv , licet! t I idorse,discount,tf cute
and issue bil's of evcliuift, pri nnssor> i oles,
dtbctiturcs bills (flidinc, \i uiaiits and otl er
negotiable01 ti insfe'abli. mstnuiiLiits or seem
; [i\) To rcmuneta't an\ partus for services
rtiiocred, t>i tola, tin lcKd, in 01 about the for
uialiou or pioitu ttott of tin. Company, or Die
COIlllllCt (if lis bllsltlt ss
(25) To do all or in> i f the nlim i things in nnj
i«art ofthe wot Id,and (illt ras priuupils agents,
.rustces, (.ontraclols ol othuutsi and t.ltht.1
.ilouc'or in (.oiijuu(.liou with others, and either
iy or through tigttils, subeoutt tctots, ti nstccs
,11 othcrwlv
(26) To sell, imptoee, til inline, develop, ex
lllillgc, eufi tuelitsi 1. is , 11101 le.ii.'e disnose of,
urn lo account, 01 (thuw.si (Uiiiuitli illoraii^
mrl ofthe piopnu 01 111, his < 1 I Ik lump niv -
(27) To ri gisler tfte Complin in Ihilish t utttni
..in, and to take all otlur steps iu|(tisiti or ex
ledie-nt to tn.ibV II e Couipni) to e irr> on its
nisiitcsslu I ritisltcol itubiii
(j8) Toestiblish and in nutaiii loe tl reglslcrs,
.geucies aud biatu h pi t.cs of business, and tiro
i::ethe Coiupaii   to be regtsteitd or recognised
,u any,part of the wot Id
(2u)"Todo nil stte'i other lliiuj,* as nctncldeii
laliorconduct\e loiltt it! uuiueiit of the anove
objects, and sotltal the woid Couipili>" ill this
clause shall be (let tued  lo include an)   piituei
■*■•■ The most complete U C A I T U
on the continent of North n E H L. I n
America Situated midst
-eenery unrie ailed for gran
deur Ilnutiiig, I Islilng and Kxcitrulous Kcsi
dent Physician and Nurse Telegraphic communication with nil parts of the world two
mails arrtee- and depait turj dn^ Its baths
cure all nervous mid muscular diseases its wilt*
en heal all KJdnej , Ll\cr anil Stomach Ailments.
Terms $15 toJiS tier week, according to rcsi-
deuce 111 hotel or e(lias llnlcion bprings. Ar.
row bake I) C
Certificate of Improvements.
Crncktr Jack." Mlurrnl UhIiii, situate 111 Kcltt*
Kiver   Mining  Division    of Yalp    District
Vi here located    In Ciet uwood Camp
1'al.e notice that I, George W Kumhergei
I reo Miners Certificate No b 40 jSS acting foi
mjself and agent for Harry Nnsh y- - •■ tn
Certificate No li ,1,428 m'eiid, si>.v dajs from
the date hereof to apply o the m mug recorder
for a Certificate of Improvements I >r die purpoie
of obtaining n Crown Orjiitol the above named
And further take notice   that action, uudei
Section 37, must be commenced before the ia-
     -_   ,   . .._   .. 137,    .
ship or olher bodv  of persons, whether lucor j suanceof such certificiteof improvements
poraled   ur    not   uieoipoi ited,    mil    whether <•   Dated this nt\ day of July A, D , 1901.
(louiicile-d ill the t lit*'d Kiugiioli 01 elsewhele,
and so that lite objects specified in each para
graph of the elailsi sh ill exempt when nthei v\ ise
expressed in such piti.,iipli, be ill nowise
limited or restr eted hy relereiieeto or inference
from the terms i f uii> olbet pungtapli orthe
uanie ofthe Conipau>
Certificate of Improvements.
Wheeling Mult al  ' laun, situate  in the Kettle
Kiver ..'.Mining    Illusion   of  \ ale   District
,-,     Where locitetl     lu (.reenwoocl eamji
Takd notice th it I, Geoige H ituinberger,
Kree Miner's 1 i rtifieate ^o H 4o,jfii for uiiself
and agent for John Malli^.m, 1 leeAlini-rs Cer
lificate No. » .p 22S intend si\t> his from the
date hereof to ippl> to the mining lecorder for a
certificate of liupioveniLiits for the purpose of
obtaining a ctowu griut of the above named
And further take notice that acliou, under
Section 37, 111 1st be commenced helore the issii
auceofsuch cerlmcite of imoioveiiteuts
Oatcd this 91I1 d,i> of August  1901
39-4S o w klmdi;rgi.r
35 44
, 1901
Gl'O   W    KUUnftKGKR.
Notice of Application for Transfer of Liquor
NOTICE IS ILKR1 !l\ OI\ I N th it at the ne\t
sitting of tee le-uc- Commissioners for the Cttv
of Phoenix I intend to .ippl} tor t ti-iusfcr to
W. X. Iliinu of 'lie lice.uce wh ch I bold to sell
liquor by retail 111 the eqioemx Hotel, Phoenix,
li. C.
Dated this Sth div of Nov ember, V r> , 1901
—3 ■■; 1IVKK\   N\Sll
. Notice is heiebj given tint the ptituership
heretofore ex'stnis btlveeujoe M l«\lor, Jr,
and myself, uude the firm n line of Kltmberger
& Taylor, isdissoheil fioni ibis due
Dated at l'lio iu\, U C   tlie 1st d n of October,
1901. 1.    W     Kl Mill K(.l K
AI'PLIC \ 1 1()NT  :
l   IRWisl'ER
Townships Bank.
CAPITAL   -     -   -
NOTI K Is ill KLI'-y t.l\ I N th it I will nuke
application to the Ho ird of I leeiise t ommissiou
ers of the fit v ol I*bo-tn\ it lis ne\t meeting fur
a transfer of the I.iquor License now held hj me
to sell liquor 1)\ utul m tlie \ ictori l Hotel
situate 011 trmsides iv^nue on I.ots 15 and 16
Klnck II, Old llonsldes Mldllioll to the Cll\ of
iMioenix to Joseph N   Gillts
Dated   nt   Phoeniv     11    L ,   this  24th dtlv   ol
October, 1901 J   Hikkmas
Good comfortable rooms at reasonable rates, at Norden hotel, Dominion
avenue. • *
Leave Orders at City
Clerk's Office
Phoenix Shoe Shop.
i   All Wurk-Guaranteed.    Imported Goods.
I'K.C'I'OKS' SHOKS   A   Sl'KCIAl.l'V.
R W.Himkir, President
Hon   M   If   Cociikane, Vice Pre?
Israel Wood, J b  Mitchell, G Mevens, J N.
Galer,   N   W   Thomas, C. II    K-ithau, II   B.
Brown, K C
WM    r\K»FLL,   Gen 1 Mgr,
Jas   Marlsiuuou,   Assistant Genq Mgr.
S   l.ooi li ,   Local Mgr
b V Moke\, Inspector of Branches.
Ill Province of Quebec—
Montreal B Austin, Manager
Waterloo, \V I. Briggs, Manager
Rock Island, fa Stevens, Manager
Covvausville, II h  Williams   Mgr
Coaticook, 1'. N Robinson, Manager.
Richmond, W. I. Ball, Mgr
Graubj , \\   II  Robinson, Mgr
Bedford, t  W  Morgan, Mgr
Huntingdon, \  W Watson, Mgr.
Magog, fa P Olivier, Mgi
St Hjnciuth-, J    Liframbolse, Mgr.
Ormstown.W  H Ilargiave, Mgr.
In Province of British Columbia—
(.rind Forks,  \Vm  Spier, Mgr
Phoenix, V W. black, Acting Mgr.
Agenls   iu     Canada,  Bank  of   Montreal   and
"     Loudon, I ng , Nationnl Bank ofScotland.
"     Boston, National l.vchange Bulk.
"     New York, National Park Bank
Collections    made at   all   accessible    points
Drafts issued for anv required amounts, good at
all points 111 Canada,   U S   and Europe     Kx-
chnuge bought and sold
Swings   Bkancii    Dipartmi-nt    at    Each
Interest allowed from elate of deposit and compounded atinuall> without requiring attention ot
Office Hours   103 Saturday from 10 to x.
Spokane Falls and northern
The only all-rail route between all points east,
west, and south to Rossland, Nelson and all intermediate points; connecting at Spokane with
the Great Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R. &
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Connects nt Nelson with steamer for Kaslo and
all Kootenay Lake points.
Connects at Meyer's Vails with stage daily for
Republic, and connects at Bossburg with stage
daily for GrandKorks and Greenwood.
Buffet Sleeper run on passeuger trains between Spokane and Northport."
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General Passenger Agent.
Atlantic Steamship Dept.
Christmas Sailing
Corner  Phoenix St. and Brooklyn Ave.
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Phoenix, B. C
Liquor Company
Complete Line
Bar Samples
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St. John, N. B. to Liverpool.
PARISIAN, Nov. 23. NUMIDIA.V, Nov. 30.
IONIAN, Dec. 7. TUNISIAN, Dec. 14.
Portland to Liverpool.
DOMINION, Nov. 25.       CA.MBRHMAN, Nov.30
Boston and Liverpool
IVERNIA, Nov. 23. SAXONIA, Dec. 7.
NEW ENGLAND, Dec. 4.   ITI.TONIA, Dec. 21.
New York to Liverpool
CELTIC, Nov. 26. KTRUR1A, Nov. 23.
GERMANIC. Nov. 27.      CAMPANIA, Nov. 30.
EMIIRIA, Dec. 7.
LUCANIA, Dec 14.
El'RUNIA, 21.
CYMRIC, Dec lo.
OCEANIC, Dec. 11.
New York to Southampton.
HAVEREORD, Nov. 2;.  I'lULADELl'IlIA, Dec 4
ST. PAUL, Dec, ST. LOUIS, Dec. IS.
Continental  Sailings of
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kt Co.,   Holland American- Red
Star, French and Anchor
Lines cn Application,
For Time-tables   rates   and   full information
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O. W. Dey,
Phoenix, B. C.
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Vancouver, B.C.
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1*1 <m%3aV-  THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  V  k  p  I*'  Jit / , ,."'  i, ' .   ' -v       ,  >v.,-v:    '  iJV-ii '" .'���  > > $��f i:v ,  *h; 'f '���'  Er j     - - 11-*   -  ������< ><�����-'   -  Vj    -i        >,  .-<���.    ���- '  /'*?'"  le,V -       , .  K-DVi.   *    ft     r /���  ''"V  -'��>    .,    r  fj*'*S-V.'"5-J' *    (  1^.  '  f'^,,'   >'  ri\, 4/;  '% - ��?&!,t      'v*  ,lv l0,it*?P*j   *  1            "  �� -1     *  "-  Kf;ui4r- ,  "l  t^V* *  1     '  r>-M^^.  \ J ^    - ,,  i "V  ���\VOv "  wfi^J     v  ^jfcp n��  ^  ,1��*   "j^   '  V  i.   V^  1    -^.  w  [ ti?',v.  I' *"  '^-.--  vl  '���vi    '.'-  I  ��'* v-.-.  ���-- ...'.'#y,.  Going ont or business  Everything Going at  Big Reduction.  2  *f2^23>   I LAW-McQUAID   COMPANY,    Limited  OPPOSITE OLD   IRONSIDES HOTEL  GROCERIES AND FURNISHINGS.  WW?  WEAR a FALL SUIT or OVERCOAT made by  rirAITI IFFFg/te TAILOR  and your Friends will praise your taste*    Union help only employed.  I  +  ,REOPENED  UNDER  ENTIRELY  NEW  MANAGEMENT.  Dominion House  Formerly the Victoria.  G1LLIS& FORRES 1', Proprietor.  10SEPH N. GILLIS, Manager.  OLD IRONSIDES AVE., PHOENIX, B.C.  The houi>c will here-  nflei tie I'oiielucteil  in Firpt Clafls style,  Rtnl Every Depait-  ment will Imve tin*  liest obtainable.  BUSINLSS MENTION-  Dr.    Simmons,   dentist,     Renelell  lilock, Gieenuooei   V. eV- N. plione y6  EumisliL'J   icoins  loi   lent  in   tlie  Delaha) block, Ooininioii avenue.  Ask toi the  .Mineis'   Union   cigai.  Clear Havana filler.  SeeAlnistrom eY Deig at   the  Nor-  den hotel. Dominion avenue. *  If you wish a fust class cigai call fen  the Miners' Union. *  For Sale���5-Octave Piano.    AppK  to Mis. \V. B.Willcox, Giey Eagle ave.  Lodging house   to lent.    Apply  to  McAitlun e\: Monk. \  Try   those   delicious   OKmpia   ci  Eastern oysters at the Hutie die.  Fresh o'ympia and Enstcin ojsters  at Butte Cafe.   ' #  Il >ou wish a fust class cigar, call  for the Mineis' Union. *  Canary   hiids  foi   sale.    Apply  to  Mis. J. li. McAulilTe. *  For oystei coikiails, tiy the Donun  ion House uai.  See Alnistioiii ev; Jleig at   the   Nor-  ilen hotel, Dominion avenue. *  To be given by the  Ladies' Aid  Soctiey  of the Presbyterian Church.  There will be a Program in Connection.  Hob-Sleighs.  We have tot sale i> iuimi1 ei "I paii  ol ' i.'i sleighs with goo.i 'nakes a'  tar! e .   Yam. Coi.lmiiiu l.i m.ikk t *u  Phoenix, I>. (;., Octobei  1 i>, iy   1.  ADMISSION 50 CENT'  OLD IRONSIDE, NEW YORK, and  DOMINION COPPER CO., LOTS,  Fine Ranch I.a. d for site in the Vicinity ol Grand Folks and  Columbia.  Wc liaiiMU't u jsi'iumhI Hi iki-iUL'i" iin<l Iiihiiiiiic-i- Hiikiiii'|.u.  Mr ARTHUR & MONK, Agents  10X.33     V. &.N  'I'liniic.sj  Ol-rCK   (!k��s\\iii.i�� -s linci.  V.O  I  The Local Grist,   j  s  4-  Dr. Mathison, dentist, Greenwood  Both 'phones.   ,  -   t- Several   inches of snow fell   this  week; '  J    See   Morrin,  Thompson   & Co.'s  ,*. change of adv.  H. C. Shaw, the Greenwood  solicitor, ^vas a visitor in camp Tuesday.  ,  Born, to the wife of Isaac  H. Hal-  lett, of Greenwood, on the 17th inst.,  a son.  Alfied McMillan returned to  Rossland Saturday from a visit to iheSnow-  . shoe.  V. Monnier went to Spokane yes-  ' terday, where Mrs. Monnier is  spending the winter. -���    \  ' ,R. A. Jones, engineer of the new  water system, returned Tuesday  from  a two week's trip to Spokane.   ���  A prize of $5 is offered for the best  ' , verse submitted for a Christmas card,  ,) See McRae Bros. & Smith.    ' r  l ,    Note'the cbange ol [ad made by the  ^ Hunter-Kendrick Co. this week. ^ It  1 will be Tvorth your while.  > ,, For down-to-date commercial print-  ,- ing, you can get the best of satisfaction at ttiejl'ioheer Job Office.  v'"J ,On account of lack of material,  no  progress has been made on the  new  Congregational church this week.  i'>   G.,N. T. Hill, accountant' of the  Canadian    Bank    of   Commerce,  at  Greenwood, was a visitor in town ?ast  Sunday.    -  The inside finishing for the second  story of he Bank-block is now being  done, and the structure will soon be  complete.,  A Christmas entertainment for the  chiidrenof the city will be given at  '   Miners' Union hall Monday evening,  December 23rd.  Wm. ,Campb'eirMcDougall,  a  well  . known mining man of O'alla, B.  C,  " was recently married to Miss Mary L.  ' Harding, at Port Dover, Ont.  '. About five miles of the pole line for  the Cascade cower people have beeu  built-out of Phoenix-to a point below  Foufth of July creek.', -     ,  . Next Thursday evening, Thanksgiv-  ' ��� ing eve,  the K. of P." of Greenwood  will give a dance, for which they are  making extensive pi eparations.  A.B. -VV. Hodgrs, superintendent of  the ' Granby   smelter, ��� Grand  Forks,  .spent last   Sunday jn # Phoenixr-the  first visit Jo the camp for months.  ,    ' Smith Bros, now have the roofs on  the'six cottages they are erecting for  the Granby Co., and no time will be  nlost in plastering and finishing them.  Mrs. W. S. Ross and son Guy, the  latter having been ill with scarlet sever  in Spokane for some time past, are ex  pected to return from that city some  time next week,  Chas. D. Hunter," local manager for  the Hunter-Kendrick Co., left by Wed  nesday's train for his monthly trip to  the company's branch house at Sandon  in the Slocan.  ��� Isaac Berkman, formerly manager of  ���the old Victoria hotel, lefto'n Monday's  train ^for San Francisco, via Spokane  and yancpuver. He will engage in  business in the California city.  Rev. George Kinney has been giv-,  ing lectures to the boys at the Win-  : nippg'mineon the "Makingof a World."  They have asked him to lecture on  "Socialism," which he will probably  do shortly. ��� ' ������. -  .This, week Peoenix Miners' Union  No. 8 was made defendant in a suit in  the Supreme Court for $10,000 damages  " claimed by August Jackson owner of  the Central hotel, which he alleges was  boycotted by the union.   The Pioneer  'is informed that no such boycott was1  .ordered!'by the union.  Hose Co. No. 2 had its first meeting  last Wednesday evening at theofficeof  McAithur & Monk, and arranged to  have regular practice every other Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, beginning  tomorrow. Arrangements were made  also to give each man his place in the  hjpse team.  The tender of Bunting & Dempsey  ofGieenwood was recently accepted  for the erection of a small school building at Anaconda.  The city of Greenwood has formally  decided to pay the $3,000 damage  verdict recently obtained against the  municipality by Mr. Waterman, in the  Supreme Court.  Alexander Henderson left on Wednesday for Vancouver. Tuesday evening he was given a send-off by King  Edward Lodge, A. F. and A. M., of  which he is a prominent member.  1 A plan is being matured for the giving of a minstrel show by local talent  in the near future. There is some  first-class talent in the camp, and such  a show will be well worth the price ol  admission.  E. J. Carpentei's splendid production of the celebrated play "Quo  Vadis" with a large cast, elaboiate  scenery and magnificent stage effects  will be seen at Greenwood, Wednesday, December 4th.  Every man in Phoenix should secure  a ticket for the hospital ball, to be given on the evening of December 3rd.  The 1 proceeds are for the furnishing of  the institution���the only general hospital in the Boundary country. .'  '  Rev. W. A. Robins, of Greenwood,  having returned from his vacation,  the local vicar of the Church of England, Rev. E. P. Flewelling, will re  sume services at 8, 11 and 7:30, as  formerly, begining tomorrow.  The organ for the Church of England bas arrived from Toronto. " It is  expected that the new church building  will be ready for use some time about  the middle of December. Contractor  Corner is now pushing the work as  fast as possible.  .This week has been a record breaker in the number of travellers that  have visited Phoenix, which some persons think indicates belter times.  Drummers now come'straight to Phoenix first in taking in the Boundary,  and then touch other towns.  P. Burns & Co. recently bought out  their opposition in Calgary, Hull Bros.  & Co., the transaction including two  important business blocks in that city.  The Burns corporation now virtually  controls the meat business, of British  Columbia and Alberta.  Contractor McPhail has received  orders to go ahead with the grading  work on the Hartford Junction loop,  and has been getting his mem ready  this week. The work of grading on the  Knob Hill spur extension is almost or  quite completed.  Smith Bros,, contractors,-have the  frame work up for the second of the  two 100,000 gallon tanks for the domestic .water supply. The tank is 30  feet spuase inside, and 16 feet high.  The pipes for the water system Jiaveal!  been laid and covered to the lake,  and the pumping station is being built.  This week the electric light people  got out and dug holes for 30 poles,  and the work of setting them is now  going on. A line is to be run up Sec  ond street to the corner ot Grev Eagle  avenue, as well as on Brooklyn avenue.  A number of 32 candle power lamps  will be placed on the poles in the business part of the city.  ALL OVER THE BOUNDARY.  WNNriiD.  (jnoil second-hand   uunk,   medium  size.     Addict Box 03, PhoeniN, B.l .  Nitrous oxidj .mil ox_\gen loi   painless cvti.ictioi. ol tcvtli nt   Dr.   Al.it!  -���oil's,    liotli phones. *  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.      If you  mean business,  APiiy^w. H. BELL,  riioriiix,  H. <   The Ginnd Forks News has been  made the official papei of that city.  Di \Vest��ood has been appointed  distiict coioner at Grand Forks, vice  Dr.  Standly Smith resigned.  There is talk of the establishment oI  a lodge of the Fraternal Older of Eagles  at Grand Forks.  The work of Tiernay & McPhail,  the .contractors for the C. P. R. at  Eholt is about completed.  Last week Friday was payday on  the Republic-Grand Forks railway,  when $42,000 was dispursed.  Twenty men are employed on the  faun of W. H. Covert in the Kettle  river-valley, above Columbia.  The  provincial   government  is inviting tendeis for the erection of a pub  lie school building at Deadwood.  Grand Forks is to have a skating  rink this winter, with,an ice surface  150x50 feet, - which will cost about  $1200.  Tracklaying on the Republic-Grand  Forks railway is expected to reach  Nelson, Wash., by tonight, where the  mateiial yaids will be established by  Chas. Ferguson, the contractor.  Bert Mclntyie, who has been in the  hardware business in Calgary, Rossland and formeily with the Wynkoop-  Stevens Trading Co., Phoenix, has accepted a position with the Canadian  Pacific railway company in Nelsen.  It is announced that the promoteis  of the Vernon & Midway railway have  made arrangements to pioceed with  the suiveys, and it is stated that sui-  vey parties will be in the field within  30 days, woiking both wa\s from Cai-  mi, on the West Fork of Kettle rivei.  Miss Anna Moffatt, daughter of Mi.  ana Mrs. R. H. Hutchens of the Mailer Lode mine, was married Tuesday  morning to George W. Trehune. The  ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr.  McRae of the Prcsbyteiian church in  the presence of some friends.  According to papers published in  Grand Forks, Greenwood and Rossland, Judge Leamy, has rented houses  in each place, and will make each his  official headquarters during his term  of office of county court judge. Few  men can afford thiee separate establishments.  Frank Edward Tebo, C.P. R. agent  at Cascade was manied Monday at  Nelson to Miss Bethama Kearnan of  Simcoe county, Ontario. The ceremony took place at the resident e of W.  L. Tebo of the C. P. R. telegraph service iii Nelson and a brother of the  grocm, and was preformed by Rev. J.  H. White.  I Now open under  *  New Management.  ��� MINT  Restaurant  DOMINION  AVE.  I have i,e-opened the Mint  Restauiant, and Coidially  Invite my many old friends  and the public generally to  once mote extend their  patronage. Specialty ot  Home Cook'uii?.'"  > DICK LORAH.   I  BREAKFAST FOODS.  I Paincs  Celery  Compound  ~the-  Great  Nerve  Tonic.  A. P. McKENZIE  The Druggist.  Phoenix, B. C.  Do you want the  I ����>�����  Best Dry Wood?  Tamarack and Fir, per cord,   $3.75  Steve Wood " 4.50  IIKI.IVI'UKI) A I' YOl'R IiOiiH.  Scud  Order* to  McKenzie's Drug;  Store  James Moran  m  Fashion Livery  Stables  PRASER & COLLINS,  l'KClI'RII-.TORS.  Prompt Attention Given to all Orders.  Tel. No. 10.   KNOB HILL AVE., PHOENIX.  Dominion  Avenue.  ...lOcts per pke.  .17K��-ts    "     "  Church Services Tomorrow.  Methodist���Service tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock at Miners' Union  hall, Sunday school at 3 p. m. Rev.  (J.- Kinney, B. A., pastor.  Church of England���Services will  will be held as usual at St. John's mission, in Hardy-McKenzie hall, Dominion avenue. Holy Communion, S a.  m., Matins at 11 a. m., and evening  service at 7:30. Rev. F. l>. Flewelling, vicar.  Congregational���Preaching service  in the evening at 7:30, at dining room  of the Old Ironsides hotel. Rev. David H. Reid, missionary in charge.  St. Andreas' Presbyterian Church  Service tomorrow at 11 a, m. and  7:30 p. m. Sunday school and Bible  ���class at 3 p. m. Rev, J. M. Millar,  M. A., pastor.  Catholic���-Father Bedard will hold  mass at 10 a. m. tomorrow at Miners'  Union hall.  What Smith Curtis Said.  Mr. Smith Curtis desires the Pioneer  to state that the interview with him in  the issue of 9th inst. is inaccurate in  stating that Hon. Mr. Wells relused to  take off the reserve on the C. it  \V. land reserve for "private reasons,"  the fact being that Mr. Wells refused  to state his leasons, although he .said  he had one. Also in stating that John  Houston, M. P. P. for Nelson, voted  against redistiibution in the House;  the fact being that he voted for it the  first session, but last session he lacked  the courage to do so, but showed his  hostility to it, and his implied  acquiescence in the Dunsmuir policy  of refusal bv shirking the vote.  Wheat Manna  Quaker Oatg .  Bieakfast Gem. 17>$cl8  Rt'lston'sFood    .20cts       " "  Giupe Sut 17><ct8   " "  Faiina     17,l.<cts   " "  Crfa'iii of Wheat..20ets       " "-  Pif-tnm Cereal.. 25cts       " "  Lulled Oats 35eta,   per sack  Hold Drop, 601b. .$1.12>�� ���' "  Pat. Haid Wheat 1.20      " "  5 Roses       ].25     " "  GLASS GOODS.  Blue Liibel Ketchup, 30c. per hot.  B.tr Harbor       "       25c   " "  Sunshine, qt. bot... 25c.    " "  Wolcesteisliiic   [1, a p] 37^i- nml 55 ���    '��� "  Pattersons Sauce 10c   " "  t ���e People's Cash Store J  ��� HARDY-McKFNZIE BLOCK. f  t ��� ��� ��� ���+++��� + ������������ ���������������������44444  ALARM  CLOCKS  The   Largest  Stock'  in'   Phoenix.      A^ 1 1  Guaranteed.  * GEO. E.  BEY.*  J      E      W      E      \,      h      K  City Bakery  J.McCAGUE,  PROPK1KTOK.  V. & N. Phone, No 48.  Bread, Cakes, Pies, Etc., Fresh Daily.  IRONSIDES ADDITION, PHOKNIX. B. C. Fru, DKi.ivmv  White Star Laundry  I!  1'irsl CI isi Woik Cunr.niU'cil.  Mnitr*' riniiiitM n S|ncmlt\.  CdikN ' ullc I fur 111 ! D1.I1 ti-  td I'rce.   Your l".Ur.iii.i���e rtn  [J.  Id!  l     j  v ics. !'MU)i\r;, OP OTITIC  I'l.icLN  Mulct,  Dominion Aw.  nr.iiK1!     I.AIKD'.S   l*AU-  JlI.KMlor, Upper I on n.     I honk* 064  ****-��****��4***��  ����������������������**4  ��� **#����������������� *������� ��������������������������� **�������**��������������*�����#�������*���.  0*0?- 41/ /^^JtUl^L^lJ^ A��>&Mj^/ ^  C&jvt ve* 4M4L7'', wd^ ^ ^ jj/j-tm^ a/tids/wvrt/.  SITUATION WANTED  As Waitress by two competent and  reliable young ladies. Inquire of Mis.  Haegerman, Dominion House.  Lost, Strayed or Stolen.  One bay horse, about 14 hands  high, with brand of VV % on left foie  leg. Suitable reward will be paid foi  information leading to its recovery.  Notify the Phoenix Pioneer or the  office of the Winnipeg Mines, Ltd.  aie Overcome l>) Inning  one of trfe many Kodaks on  Display at McRae Bios. &  SniiMi". stoie. Photos aie  nl\i.ui uelcotiied by fiiunds  and m.i\e \ciy uppropiiate  Holidjy tokens.  Photographic  Views.  We have a large Inie of Views  of Phoenix and neighborhood.  Just the thing to send home.  Holiday  Announcement to appear in a  short time. We will have something to please eveiyone.  y  a  o  o  Stationery rigors mid Tobaccos, Confectionery, Plioto. hupplies.  Fresh Goods Arriving Continually. Prompt Delivery,  Produce and Groceries.  V. & N, Phone No. 93.  PHOENIX, B. C  e  e  ���  ft  m  ��  ��  o  c  ���  4  0  ���  0  0  s  ���  9  ���  a  e  a  a  o  ���  a  ��  A  9  ��  ��  ft  e  ���  0  ��  O  ��  9  The WM. HUNTER CO, Ltd.  Dry GjoIs, Boot, a;H Shw,  Clothing  Gluts' Furnishings.  FOR  oys and Girls, Ladies  and Gentlemen  in all Sizes, Leading Makes, Popular Prices*  Our Other Departments will be found stocked  with seasonable goods, including many novelties.  Dominion Avenue, Phoenix, B. C.  v   ��f��B��BS��989e9e()89eiejJ ��oeBO OO ��t>a00OOO0��9O0��009^  ���  a  a  ���  t  0  a  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  c  0  e  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0


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