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Array ��  *  Boundary Mines Sent  Out 390^000 Tons of  Ore in J90K ^ <#  Devoid io the Interests of the Boundary Mining District.  Phoenix is the Centre  and Leading Mining  Camp of Boundary*  Vol. III.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA; SATURDAY  SEPTEMBER;   G, 1902.  No, 43.  WILL VISIT  BOUNDARY  English Editors to Be   Here  Monday  UNRIVALLED  VALUES IN  .AND  SHOES  MOST PROMINENT NEWSPAPER MEN  Boundary Mining Notes.  Mayor Kumberjcr't Successful Effort to Gel  Ihe Journalli'i lo See Our Mines and  Smellers.  We have several $4 lines ..of Ladies' Shoes, which, to  make room for new goods, we are selling at $2,   .  "       . '        "Iff  $1.75 Child's Shoes at $1.00  Uf  A proportionate discount in number of other lines.  Uf  We gre the sole agents for the celebrated BELL LADIES'SHOES, of which we carry a full stock. Prices to  suit all.  Uf  We are headquarters for the uenuink  SLATER MEN'S SHOES,  Every pair of which is stamped in plain figures on the sole;  18 different lines with a last and a price to fit everybody.  All other makers' shoes will be sold at a BIG REDUCTION.  Iff  '    GROCERIES DRY GOODS  .    GENT'S  FURNISHINGS  GLASSWARE CROCKERY  HARDWARE BOOTS, SHOES  HAY and GRAIN  1  1 loter-Wri CoB  I'HOKNIX GRKKNWOOD GRAN?) KOR|CS SANDON  ��**  Mow about your Fruit for  Preserving?  We have made arrangements for a  full supply for this season, and you can  place your order with us feeling sure  that it will be filled as quickly and for  less money thini. anywhpre e|se.  "  Will you need fruit jars ?  We have them all sizes at the right  prices. Sugar, the fine kind, best for  all uses. Don't put your preserves up  in cheap German granulated sugar���  its dear ^| any price.  September is here, and you'll want  that monthly bill of Groceries. If you  consider quality and price, we will get  your order,  Remember, we positively refuse to  be undersold,  We always have a fresh stock of  Green Vegetables, including Rhubarb,  Peas, Cabbage, Cucumbers, Onions,  Corn, Beans, Cauliflower, Carrots,  'Turnips, Etc.  It pays to deal with us.  A party of a dozen or more prominent English editors, who'are making  a trip through Canada, will visit the  Houndary country next Monday to see  our mines and smelters. Mayor Rum  berger has been co-operating with the  officials of Greenwood this week in the  effort to get thes gentlemen to include  theBoundary in the itinerary, and for  a time it appeared as though the effort  would be futile. Yesterday, however,  word was received that the delegation  would be in the Boundary early next  week.  The following  telegram, signed   by  ihe mayors of the two cities," was sent  Tuesday to J. Obed Smith, of Winni  peg, commissioner of immigration, who  has charge of the route of the party: V  "Phoenix and Greenwood heartily  invite the English editors to visit the  Houndary country, which produces  more oie than all the rest of British  Columbia combined, and mines and  smelts it cheaper than- any other place  in the world."  A similar telegram was sent to the  paity itself at the same time, and the  decision has been made to include the  Boundaiy in the excursion. The party  will probably go direct to Greenwood,  and then come up to Phoenix the next  morning. After seeing the Knob Hill  mine ^and.Snpwshoe, ���tl)eL_edilors,_will  take lunch as the guest of Geo. S.  Waterlow at the latter mine and then  probably go to Grand Forks. 'The  following is given out as the personne  of the party, and the papers they  represent: .    -       .  Mr. E..G. Lesage, of the Daily 'Telegraph, London; Mr. W.' Holt White,  of the Daily Mail, London; Mr. L.  Thomas, Cardiff Mail; Mr. R. W. Wilson, Manchester Guardian and Melbourne News; Mr. James Proudfoot,  Glasgow Herald; Mr. -J. Lumsden,  Leeds Mercury; Mr. A., E. Fletcher,  Daily Chronicle, London; Mr. F. W.  Stuart, 'Times, London; Mr. T. N.  Howeland, Highland News, Inverness;  Mr. Hugh Spender, Westminster Gazette and Daily Express, London; Mr.  Wethe'rall, Liverpool Tost and Mr.  Arthur Copping, Daily News, London.  Next Wednesday wjll be the monthly  payday at (the Granby mines.  A working bond on the Defiance in  Providence cam ji has J been obtained  by Spokane men.' '    :?,  Work has been resumed on the Providence, from which the.; last shipment  netted $143 per ton.  >  'Today is the date set "for..the saleof  Morrison Mines Ltd.,"slufres, on which  the assessments are delinquent.  High grade ore has been struck on  the Coronation claim;' Providence  camp, which was located on June 26th  last.       '     ' .   v*"'';'. -/��� ������ 4: ���..'���'  11 ��� .'i.-'i.';'/' '  Much activity is now-evident at the  Ii. C. mine, Summit camp, where a  large force of men has been put at work  this week. V   t  Shipments of ore from the Lone Pine  and Princess Maud,'two Republic  mines, were recently received at the  Granby smelter. >  Report has it that the Jewel, Long  Lake, is to have a reduction plant of  good sized capacity ihV the compari-  tively near future."; "X':M. .'"' '���'' '"'���/.' ,"'���;'  'The Gold Finch, a high grade property between, Phoenix and Greenwood,  two shifts are at work, and another car  of ore is to be shipped to the 'Trail  smelter.'; ��� '"���.':'��� ^i'- " '  Harry Shallenberger, who is devel  oping the Crescent  mine, -in Skylark  camp, expects to increase the* force of  men shortly.    It is aihigh grade proposition with an excellent showing.,  A rich strike is reported from, the  Alpha, Franklin camp,'owned by Harry  McLaren. 'Two and a'half feet of $35  ore was encountered at a depth of ten  feet. General reports frdm this camp  are promising. ("*  ENGLISHMEN  IN PHOENIX  Snowshoe Directors Spending  Two Weeks Here.  G. S. WATERLOW AND DR. H. L.JUNES  Oreilly Pleased Wuh Substantial Progress of  . thU Camp Since Their Last Visit, Two  Years Ago���Talk lo (he Pioneer.  EVENT WAS  A SUCCESS  Labor Day Fittingly Celebrated  In Phoenix..  m BENEFIT OF SIGHTLESS MINER  Large Attendance at tbe Picnic, Proceeded by  a Parade of the Labor Organizations of  the Camp.  Aldeiuuii AlcKue, J. F. Hemenway  unci O. i>. bnuui, Ji., weui ova iu uic  jAUllll     IUU      Ul     i\UUIC     IIVCI      SUilUU)  ana iMuuuay on u Hailing itip, una  l'q-  piuU   1UII   IUI.K.  POST OFFICE STORE  <KHXKK500KKK>0  FOUND $300 ORE, X  ��Ia a New Boundary Min=o  iflgCamp.       5  It is reported that a phenom-  'enally rich strike has just been  'made in a newly discovered mining region of wide extent situated  I at the headwaters of the North  1 Fork of Kettle river, 90 miles  .north of Grand Foiks and about  30 miles north of the bituminous  'coal fields.  Frank Fritz and C. XV. Harri-  fgan, two prospectors, staked four  I claims and hastened to Grand  Forks to record their locations.  They report finding a ledge of  'galena and grey copper averaging 1 o inches to three feet in  (width and traceable on the surface for si* hundred, feet. Surface specimens, assayed at the  ' Granby smelter, gave values of  k^o  ounces  silver and   15 per  > cent copper and 55 ounces silver  land 10 per cent copper per ton,  > respectively.  They have mmed the new djs-  'trict 'Thunder Hill Camp, and  'report that they passed over many,  'inferior looking ledges. Many  I prospectors are preparing  to)  go  in this week. 'The trail ends at  .the coal  fields.     The  camp  is  situated within two miles of the  'source of the North Fork, and  'just this side of the range separating the North Fork from Firei  (Valley, which is accessible fiomi  > the Arrow lakes. (  Last Monday's Labor Day celebration by the labor organizations of Phoenix, which took the form of a-huge picnic at the New York townsite park,  was a success from every standpoint.  Tlure were a number of visitors here  from Greenwood, Grand Forks and  other places, notwithstanding that no  special trains were run, and every one  voted having had a good time. 'The  Granby and Snowshoe mines were closed for the day, and the employees and  townspeople joined in taking a day of  rest and recreation.  About ten o'clock the parade of labor  unions took place, starting from Miners' Union Hall, and headed by Wm.  Hall, the marshall of the day. 'There  were about 150 men.in line, the- parade going through the principal streets  of the city, and thence to the picnic  grounds on the hill. Here the lest  of the day was enjoyed in sports of  various kinds, and in the evening the  ball at the hall had possibly the largest attendance ever seen there, and  that is not saying a little.  'The entire celebration was given for  the benefit of Henry Syrsted, the miner who lost his sight some time ago in  an explosion at the Snowshoe mine,  and a good sum was realized.  While the returns cannot be definitely.given yet, there will be something  over $306 for the benefit of Syrsted.  'The labor unions desiie to heartily  thank those who assisted in making  the event a success, especially the many  ladies who devoted their time and talent to the picnic.  'The following is  the  result  of the  small sports held at the park,  as furnished to the Pioneer.  -75 yards race, boys under 12^-Del*  grove first, Eddie Greer second.  loo yards race, boys under i6-r,Wil-  lis Hudson first, Stewart Hudson sec.  joo  yards dash ��� H.   A.   Munro  first, W. J. Prendergast second.  Girls' race, 50 yards'���Flora Graham  first, Agnes Pierce second.  Stand broad jump���Frank Bongard  first, W. J. Prendergast second.  Running high jump���H'. A. Munro  first, Frank Bongard second.  Running Imp, step and jump ��� H.  A. Munro first, Harry Bradish second.  Horse race���Harry MeQUaid,'s Bilr  ly first, M. Mclnlyre's, Ualdy  second,  j. K-. Fias.er's Stockings third.  'Tuesday's train brought in two gentlemen' from the  old   country who are  largely interested in the mining development of this camp, viz., Geoige S  Waterlow,  Esq.,  and   Dr.   H.  Lewis  Jones, both  prominent capitalists of  London, England, and   both directors  of the Snowshoe Gold  and   Copper  Mines, Ltd.,  operating  the Snbwshe  mine in this camp.    'They  were  met  at  Banff by  Anthony  J.  McMillan,  managing director of the Snowshoe,  who accompanied them to Phoenix..  Mr. Waterlow left London about the  middle of July, coming on by easy  stages, and also visiting his son, who  is connected with the ..British embassy  at Washington, D, C. He is at the  head of Waterlow & Sons, who cori-  duct'one of the most extensive printing establishments,.in its many varied  branches, in the United Kingdom, employing in the neighbohood.of 10,000  people. Dr. Jones is an eminent specialist, and is consulting surgeon to St.  Bartholomew's hospital, London.  Both gentlemen visited Phoenix and  the Snowshoe mine together just two  years ago, and then were greatly impressed, after a personal inspection,  with the potentialities of the Snowshoe  mine as a producer, and ultimately as  ,a dividendJpayer... From���a; chatwiih  them had.by a Pioneer man this week  it was evident that they had not changed their .minds in the least, but felt  more confident than  ever   in the out  by different' piocesses. What the old  country investor is after now is some  1 eturns for investments aheady made  in British Columbia "mines, and not  for".opportunities for investing in smelter shares as yet. We have now got  the Snowshoe where it will, we expect,  begin to pay back something lor the  many thousands of pounds alieady invested in.;the pro|��rty.  "After,the failuip of the Biitish  America Corporation, the English investor is wary of Biitish Columbia.  When I floated the Snowshoe last year  in London, 1 did it through my own  personal friends, and not through the  ordinary channel of brokers and underwriters."  Mr. Waterlow and Dr. Jones will  spend a couple of weeks in the camp  before returning to England.  IMPROVING  THE CITY  City  Council Building  More  Sidewalks.  HAYE A FEW DOLLARS TO SPEND  Will Pal Walks on School Street, Knob Hill  Avenue and Brooklyn Avenue, and do a  Little Rock Work on Knob Hill,  Interesting LeRoi Figures.  'The Rossland Miner gives a  statement of the ore shipped and the aver  age assay values contained therein from  the Le  Roi  mine in  the  past  eight  months.    The figuies are of special interest, particularly as the  returns for  tbe past month or so have not  as  yet  made their appeaiance even in the Lon  don papers.    The table is as follows:  Assay Value  Month   ,, ��� '  Tonnaee.  Per Ton.  December, 1901 ..   16.550  |1140  January, 1902 ...   19.040  10.74  February, 1902...   18,794  10 72  Marcihy 11)02   .... 24,528  9.92  April, 1902    25,593  10.25  May, 1902    13,047  15 8li  .tune, 1902    11.475  17.70  .July, 1002 ..:....   14,492  17,67  IS SHIPPING  ONCE MORE  Snowshoe Sending  Out  J 20  Tons Daily.  ORE GOES TO GREENWOOD SMELTER  come.  The Advance in Two Years.  In the two years since Mr. Water-  low's last visit to the Snowshoe most  substantial progress has made in the  mine, and it has been brought into the  list of steady shippers. In that. time  ���iver s,000 tons of ore have been sent  out to the smelters, with returns that  are understood to have been most encouraging to the management. 'The  greater part of this was shipped in the  last four months, and this tonnage  would have been much larger could  the Boundary creek smelters have  handled it. In fact the mine could  now easily ship steadily at the rate of  600 tons daily.  Mr. Waterlow also noted the large  amount of underground development  done on Snowshoe in two years, running into many hundreds of lineal feet,  and including the fine, main working  thiee compartment incline shaft, sunk  in ore to the 300 foot level. Besides  this the surface ore (marry has been  opened, where the maximum of ore  can be taken out at the minimum of  cost���and good ore it is, too. All this  was accomplished with the original  prospecting plant.  Now the mine is in a shape to go  ahead and make a record for itself  io England, where British Columbia  mining investments are none too well  thought of owing to the Whittaker  Wright fiasco. With its new and up  to date electrical enmpressor, modern  boarding, bunk and office buildings,  the Snowshoe's surface improvements,  Mr. Waterlow noted with pleasure, are  down to date.  Not Building Smelters Yet.  'The Snowshoe chairman, was much  amused at the report purporting to em  anate from him, sent out from Grand  Grand Forks last Monday, to the effect  that he was considering a smelter site  there.  "We came from Rossland to Grand  Forks over the Great Northern," said  Mr. Waterlow, "because on Labor Day  most of the C. P. R. equipment was  in use taking the crowds to the Slocan  celebration. Mr. Manly discovered us  in Grand Forks, and was anxious to  show us a smelter site. We consented  and the enterprising coirespondent did  the rest.  ('In thue we may have our own reduction works, and we are still having  experiments made on  Snowshoe ores  Shipments Could be Readily Increased to 600  Tons Per Day If the Smelter Could  Handle It.  Beginning last Saturday the Snow-  shoe mine once again entered the list  of the Boundary shipping mines. For  some time this mine shipped steadily  at the rate of about four cars,  or   120  Owing to the fact that the city treasury is not in as bad a condition as it  might be, the city council has decided  to do some improvements to the stiee'.s  of the corporation, especially in the way  of building sidewalks. At Wednesday's  meeting of the city fathers they arranged to extend the sidewalk up the east  side of School street to Knob   Hill  avenue, and thence along Knob   Hill  to the present termination of the sidewalk, on the corner of Church  street.  A sidewalk will also be built on Brooklyn avenue on  the south side  for a  couple of blocks���an improvement that  has long been needed.    In addition to  this some of the rock that was left- on  Knob  Hill   avenue,  west of  church  street, will be taken out, to make that  street more passable.  'The council also decided at its Wednesday meeting to extend the time for  the payment of taxes to September 30,  next, within which time the rebate can  be taken advantage of.  Mayor Rumberger was authorized  to invite the English -editors now in  British Columbia to visit the Boundaiy and Phoenix, the city paying the  expense while these distinguished gentlemen are here.  'The city clerk was asked to make up  an estimate of the city's expenses to  the 31st of next December.- "   ~~ ���-  On the recommendation of the finance committee, the following accounts  were ordered paid:  Hunter-Kendrick Go....  R. A. Scott ...-....:....  Alex. Strachan   ..'.....:  John Foran   Eric Strand ...... .... .'���'.  C. B. Croll .............  Frank Sharp   $25 GO  34 50  40 00  39 12  .13 m  .5 33  3 75  Work on Cascade Power.  At the Cascade Water, Power and  tons, daily, to the Sunset smelter at I I-ight Co.'s power house at Cascade  Boundary Falls,,. from   the  time   that! the work of putting in the 250 feet  of  concern started operations till compelled to close on account of lack of coke.  This amount was all that the Sunset  smelter could use, although the Snow-  shoe is now in a position to supply a  much heavier tonnage.  For the present the ore is going to  the Mother Lode smelter -at Greenwood, at the same old rate of about  120 tons daily, and as soon as the  smelter can use more the rate of shipping will be increased���probably as  soon as the second furnace is blown in,  or when the other smelter on Boundary creek is ready to resume. 'The ore  being sent down now is especially desirable on account of its lime contents.  At present the ore from the Snow-  shoe is largely being taken from the  glory hole or open quarry, where it' is  being cheaply extracted on about the  same plan as that in use at the Knob  Hill and mother Lode mines. It is  broken down on the surface, dropped  thiough a raise to the ore cars, thence  into the ore bins and to the railway cars. I  -  I  steeLpipe to convey the water from the  end of the 7 -foot circular stave pipe  line, which runs 1,400 feet from the  concrete bulkhead where the water will  enter the pipe line, down to the turbines, is being pushed on with, and it  is expected that the necessary connection preliminary to turning the water  into the pipe will have been made before the end of September. Inside the  power house turbines and generators  are in position. 'The turbines are of  the horizontal type, two wheels in each  case, and the generators of the three-  phase alternating type, and step-up  transformers will be used to raise the  current lor transmision. 'The arrival  of more plant is awaited, and upon receipt this will be installed.  Northport's base ball mine beat the  Rossland twirlers on Labor Day at Slocan City and won the prize of $roo.  Friend Eccles, who has been a resident of this city for a couple of years,  will shortly go east to take up the study  of d ntistry.  BOUNDARY ORE SHIPMENTS.  The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines lor 1900, for 1901 aud  for 1902, as reported to the Phoenix Pioneer-  Granby Mines, Phoenix   Snow-shoe, "    Brooklyn, "         Motber Lode, read wood   Sunset, '���'  Morrison, "  B. C. Mine, Summit....  K. Bell, "      ....  Kiuma, "  Winnipeg,     Wellington   Golden Crown,       "       ...  Atlielstan, "  King Solomon, XV.Copper   No. 7 Mine, Central   City of Paris, "  Jewel, Long Lake..,.  Carmi, West Fork   rrovider.ee,     Proyidenoe..,.  Kuliy,      Boundary Falls   \1 iac-ellaiieous   Total, tons .  . 1000  G4.533  '297  150  5,340  10,494  1,070  2.250  1,200  3,000  1(10  3,230  90,730  ? ran by Smelter treatment, tons     02.387  1901  231,702  1,731  99,034  802  150  47,405  5M  050  1,040  ' 550  875  0(55  350  890  SO1  3,450  390,000  230.S28  Past  Week  4,978  4S0  2.17(5  300  130  1902  210,079  3,898  74.092  4,520  3,018  1297  785  025  I  482  ,175  43  8,004 300,471  5,022 200,189  --.      - *]l  r^r  tfw  -    s  i  M1&  W.  'IT'  si  IK  "'1  ��>  \~y  ����� t  M'^-fV  ���im:  Ml-  pwf: l  feu:  a��i  a ,  iffM��!'  ���w-*t  "vl  S. VS'  fe'ff'.'  SflrSl''v  9frr  i'  Si  nasi  ii  1  */*!  R4f  life  MM  m  ft  till  w  ill  II;  m  tfHE PHOENIX PION^fiS.  ;TmHf4W^m��mnnHm^mt4 �����<  1 The Canadian Bank of Commerce j  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  ��� Capital, $8,ooo,ooo.  Rest, $2,000,000.  HON. GEO. A. COX. Prerid.nl. B. E. WALKER, G��,e��I Manage  J. H. PLUMMER. Axi't Gcn'I Managtr.  fl. F. MYTTON,   Manager  9��*H MM ��������������������������+������������ *���+���*<  ���*  ���  ���  t  ���  *  *  ���  ������  4  4  ���*  ���*  M-M 4 ��� �����������������������  Greenwood  Branch  The Phoenix Pioneer.  ISStTBD ON SATURDAY BV THE  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  w  AT rilOKNIX. B. C.  B. WILLCOX. Manager.  Tclcphonci  I Business office No. 14.  I Mutineer'* rcnidence, No. 15.  suiiscKirrio.NS in abva.vcr.  Per Year J'-00  Six Months  i-��5  To Foretell Cquntrleii 3 ����  If vou are not a subscriber to thl�� paper, tht��  Is an invitation to vou to become one.  Advertising rate* furnished on application.  Legal notice? 10 and 5 cents per line.  Vour weekly insertions constitute one month's  advertising.  <UNiioCT  ig the al>out 130 miles of line? This  lit-n remplc-ied would open up fin  mUilci wealth uf' the West l-'oik niin-  -ial section and give a direct Iiound.iiv  market for the bountiful emp? hi tin  upper Okanagan country. It wouiii  be a logical move on the part of th<  C. I'. R. Hy saving a day in lime t(  and from the coast in this way, the  C. 1*. R. would secuie much Uoundan  nade it is now losing.  At any late it now appears as is  there would soon be more lailway con-  sti notion, and the lioundary is the objective pJiit of it all, with Phoenix as  the most ini|X)rtant camp.in the Boundary. The Great Northern will without doubt build to Phoenix and on  west to the coast in the near future,  and many shrewd observers will be  suiprised if the C. P. R. gels left in  the interesting race.  B. C. MINING NOTES  r'902  SEPT.  1902  Sun. Hon.  Tues. Wed.   Thu.  Fri.   Sat.  i  2    3    4  5     6  7    8  9  10  11  12 13  14 15  16  17  18  19 20  21  22  23 24 25  26 27  28   29  30  A ^.   RAILWAYS MEAN BUSINESS.  If the recently published dispatches  from Vancouver and Ottawa are to be  given credence, the beginning of construction operations on the long postponed���and longer needed���Coast-to-  Kootenay railway will be undertaken  shortly. It is said that McLean Bros.,  who have recently signed a contract  with the provincial government to con-  stiuct this- joad, have made a deal  with Mann & McKenzie and James J'.  Hill for putting through this important  railway link, engineers being already,  in the Hope mountains, west of Princeton.  James J. Hill, when recently in the  Boundaiy, gave it out pretty plain that  he fully intended   to continue the new  V., V. and E. line through  to the Pacific coast, with or  without a  bonus  Of course,' Mr. Hill will not refuse the  little subsidy of $5,000 per mile, to be  given by the provincial government, as  he will be just tint much ah.'ad on the  deal.   .But he will  build, bonus or no  bonus,"' for  that  is  his past  record.  Then   the   Dominion   government  is  likely to help' the good work  along by  an additional subsidy of some $3,000  per mile���making in  round numbers  about $2,500,000   bonus lor the line.  No wonder Mr. Hill  is willing to pool  issues with   McLean  Bros, and Mann  & McKenzie.  At last, then, there appears to be  something tangible to all this railway  scheming; Appearances indicate that  dirt will really begin to fly on the construction of the Coast-Kootenay 'railway line in the near futuie. The dispatching of two such impoitanl. engineer* as James H. Kennedy and Alex.  E. Lupfer to .the field west of the  Boundary would of itself indicate this  moie than anything else, the surveys  into Phoenix and Greenwood and west  to Princeton having been completed  some months since.  There is one more phase of this rail  way question that is of unusual inter-l jjremner vs. Arlington Mines,  Rossland mines shipped 7,643 "tons  of ore last week.  It is said that Slocan mines employ  lully a thousand men.  i he Canadian Mining Iiwnuie  meeis in Nelson in a few days.  Nearly 5,000 tons ol ore have been  shipped from McGuigan basin mines  his year.  In June Le Roi No. 2 shipped 6,316  tons ot ore, valued at $15.28 per ton,  or $96,505.45.  The Venus mine, neai Nelson, will  have a 7,200-foot liaiiiuay, lhc_ contract having been let.  A valuable copper sti ike was made  on the Copper Siar group, Salis1 my  creek, near Kaslo, last week.  In the Laideau the Nettie L. and  Silver Cup have* recently shipped 1400  tons ol ore, valued at about $195,000.  The Reco mine is putting on a small  foice 01 men, with the intention of making preparations to operate extensively  in the early fall.  The Silver Cup and Tiiune mine.-,  in Lardo district have forces ol men  at work dealing the right of way for  their aerial trams.  Owing to concessions in freight rates  granted by the Great Noithem, the  LeRoi wjll materially inciease the  monthly ore output.  The full court of the' province will  be called upon to settle the question  of costs  in   the suits arising out  of  foi  ��ill  (iood Team of Horses for Sale-  l'irst class team of work hoises  sale. Good for driving. Kach  weigh about 1,200 pounds. Are m  good condition. Owner wishes to sell  as he has no further use lortbem^l"-  iiuiie .11 Pioneer dftii e. 3.V.>-f  ���Ir-A.  SiHLi  D. J. MATHESON,  INSURANCE AOr.N'l,  FIRE, LIFE, ACC DENT.  t'ciiuiuibtiuuer for t��u"�� A*nd��t��il*.  PliOUNlX, B.  \\. a. scon.  CONI-KACIOR AND liUlUJLK.  Estimates Furnished.  p HO UN IX, B.C.  S. CAVLEY. W.'U. COCHRANE.  CAYLEY & COCHRANE.  Solici'ioks, Etc  PHOENIX, U. C.  B. KERR,  Karrister and Solicitor,  notary piwic,  PHOENIX, B. C.  King Edward Lodge, U.D.  A. F. and A.M.  Do You  Take  THE PIONEER  You should if you don't. It gives the news  of the Boundary. It works for the Boundary.    It is owned by the editor and not bv  any clique r:r faftxi... "��� It'-.-?.? \.cr\h $#10.(0.  It costs enly $2.G0.  5(11 PI   Limited   Represented l>y J,G.Whit����cr��, Nelson. H. C  J F.Hor.cnway.Lotul As����t.  JlllAllli.  CITY SCAVENGER  leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office  j**j*  PHOENIX, B. C.  Sec  Kmergoit meetings as called; Masonic  Regular communication 8 p. m.  ond Thurwla> of each month.  est to residents of the Boundary gen-  eially and to Phoenicians in particular.  Mann & McKenzie aie largely interested in the Brooklyn group of mines  in this camp, and James J. Hill owns  a ��50,000 smelter site near Grand  Folks���-formerly the John A. Manly  r.mch. The Brooklyn group is now  developed to the steady shipping stage  and Mr. Hill has his own cpke supply,  with his railway completed to the Republic mines, where plenty ot silicious  oaes can be had.  Bearing these facts in mind, and  also that Mr. Hill will want tonnage  for his line to Phoenix when completed, it is reasonable lo think that some  large plans for Boundary development  are baing worked out This is also  given color to by the report from St.  Paul'last week that a thousand ton  smelter wyuld soon be built in the  Kettle river valley.  EDITORIAL COMMENT  At Revelstoke .Col. Prior said  the  two per cent ore tax must go.  If you can't "boost," don't knock.  I'here is little room for the "knocker"  in any well regulated community.  At last the coast press is taking up  the two per cent mine la*. This is  right. Throw the light on it. Some  good will surely result.  Ihe Mo)je Leader says that an important strike was made in the St. Eugene mine last week when between  eight and nine feet of solid ore was  struck.  C. B. Taylor has taken a lease on  the Meteor group near Slocan City  from Finch & Campbell of Spokane  and taken up a force of men to commence work.  Ore shipments from the entire Slocan for 1002 amounted to about 20,-  000 tons) From Rossland they are over  200,000 tons, and frorn Boundary  300,000 tons.  Assay returns on a recent sample  taken from the ledge in the Copper  Bluff, owned by the Ashnola Smelter,  Ltd., give gold values of $j.8o, silver  $19.03 and copper $48.87,  .A committee has been appointed by  the provincial government to inquire  into the late disaster at the lrernie  coal mines. It will consist of John  Bryden, ex-M. P. P., Tully Boyce, of  Nanaimo, and P. S. Lampman, barrister, of Victoria.  IJeison parties who acquired the  controlling interest in the Montreal  and Two Friends, near ��locan City,  are forming a company, with 10,000  shares, to develope the group. The  work' is to be done on the Montreal,  principally by a shaft.  But in all these reports not a word  is said about the  C. P. R., which has  ' had the monopoly of the ore canning  -���and passenger trade of this_section for  some years.    That  Canadd's  greatest  railway "will quietly see the lich trade in  ���   sight go to a rival line, without a most  stienuous effort to preserve it, is not to  be thought  for a moment.    Already  'the C. P. R., by the completion of the  Great Northern line  to  Grand Fork's,  lias lost most  of its  coast  passenger  traffic from the Boundary, and  is.feel-  irig the competition keenly.  Undoubtedly tlie C. P. Ii., when it  floes build its line through the Siroilr  kasneen, wishes to connect with the  main line at Spence's Bridge; but as  1 yet no provincial boaus is available  _ for that route���it must be via the IJope  mountains.  However, what is to  prevent the  It has been definitely announced  that the new co.mpany, with ample  funds, to operate at Golden, in addition to developing injnesjand operating  .the long unused smelter, w>!! actjjaily  start a daily paper. With f,$?o share,-!  holdejs to become subscribers, they fig-i  C. V. R. itcquiiing the Midway and ' ure that .a daily can be made a success  Vernon railway charter, and at ������- even in that small t,o,w,n.. ��s not fhis  paritively moderate expense construct- a sad spectacle? , J  Quantities of Eaton catalogues are  again being dumped on the local market, - This is the concern that refuses  to pay its pi inters fair wages. Do not  forget that.  And now the Presbylery of Kootenay is after the Crow's Nest Pass Coal  Co., because the manager will not sell  church sites at Michel and Morrisey,  Troubles never come singly.  The typographical expert on the  staff of the Vancouver World who made  the machine say that "the habitat of  the seas" was "the bajibut of the seas,"  must be a native of New Brunswick,  John- Houston's revivified Nelson  Tribune is redolent with the-personality of the member from Nelson. While  he may make enemies with his shoulder blows, his paper is always worth  reading.  Slocan mine owners receive $^.30  for their lead, and the consumer pays  five cents and more per pound. No  wonder the lead miners think there is  something wrong and that they are  not getting fair treatment.  If that party of E"g'isn editors does  not come into the Boundary, its mem-  beis will miss a deal of information in  legar.d to cheap mining and smelting  that old country investors would be  only too glad to hear of after several  yeai s' of expensive experience in other  camps.  WHAT EDITORS SAY  \V. I,. GKKMAINH,  Secretary.  P. I,. COCK.  W. ��.  Phoenix. Federal Labor Union  =���=���Up. 156 ��� ��  Meets Thursdays at 8 p. m. at Min.  ������  ..... ��� ers' Union Hall.   P.D BKOW.V, Pies. AUQU8T I'JI.GKR. Sec'y.  PHOENIX AEBIE  NO. 158.  Meetings on Friday  al 830p.m., Miners'  Uuim Hall.  Visiting   brethren  cordially invited.  JAMES MARSHALL. t're��.    R. I.. BOYD. Secy.  Phoenix Lodje No. 28,  Knljhts of Pyfbias.  Meets every Tuesday niglit  ..t 7 30 p. m.. Hardy-McKcuzic  Hall.  Visiting iireth rei'  wclcrme  J.K.W.Thompson, C.C.  J.A.C'lakk. K.B.S.  White Cooks and Walters' Union  No. 124 W. L. V.. ol Phoenix.  Meets Tupgday  nights, 8;3o o'clock at  -   Miners' Union Hall.  R.I.ORAII,  President.  Miss Loschk,  Secretary.  Those desiring help apply to secretary. 'Phone30  GEORGE GIBSON  SHAVING pARLpRS  and BATHROOM.  Graves-Williams Block, cor.      Phnsnlv   R   C  First and Old Ironsides Ave   .   1HWI1IA, O. V.  Some Difference -=��� The empty  coal scuttle is likely to be a more prominent campaign emblem in Pennsylvania this fall than the full dinner pail.  ���Spokesman Review.  It May Be Different ��� Ralph  Smith lost no time in reaching the  scene pf acUon. "When the cat's away  ���=���" But how '}$ it when the cat'  comes back ?=Victoiia Colonist.  Words ok Wisdom���Generosity be.-  <;ets generosity. The merchant who is  too niggardly to support a- newspaper  with live ads. has himself to blame  when the public give him frost. A  country anil its people are known by  the ads. Jn fhejpcal paper.���New Denver Ledge.  Larje Output FfofflTTtiJe'TowBs.  If we put the wheat orop of Manitoba at 6o,ooo,coo bushels, they represent a tonnage of 1,800,000 tons.  This will require 90,000 20-ton cars  to remove the freight, or 2,250 trains  of 20 cars each, or ten trains per day  for ??S days.- This looks remarkable,'  but two li>'tle towns >n fyitjsh Columbia, Rossland and Phoeni*, mdye ore  per annum equal in weight to very  nearly one-half of the entire Manitoba  wheat ciop.���Victoiia Colonist.  IHEMILWAUKE  * A familiar namp (or the Chicago, Mil  waukee & St. Paul Railway, known all  over.the Union as tho Great Rftilway  runriing the "Pioneer Limited" trains  uvery day and night between St. Paul  and Chicago, and Omaha and Chicago,  "The only perfect trains in the world."  nnrlerstand: Connections are made  wit}> 4.11 Transcontinental I-ineu, assuring to pasaengej'8 the bestseryice known.  Luxurious coaclJes, eJe.ctric lights, steam  heat, of a verity equaled by no other  line. ,      ,       _,  See that your, ticket reads via "The  Milwaukee" when going to any point in  the United States or Canada. All ticket  agents sell them.  For F*tes, pamphlets or other information, address,'  R. L. Foixp, *?��� S. Roys,  Trav. Pass. A��t; General ��ge��t,      ,  gpp^NJSuWN.     jt;?a;rjr��AN1D>.?ai|  A  NE.W  v  Websthts,  International  Dictionary  A Dictionary of ENGLISH,  Dioeraphy.-Gaoftraphyt Fiction, ate  New Plates Throughout  j2��,000   ?4ew  Words  Prepares! 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Particulars enn be had oil  the prcmisCB from  UINKR.  MRS-T-  // you read the  PHOENJX PIONEER,  You'll keep posted on  the Boundary.  The best established and regulated hostry in the Boundary. We are centrally located in our new stables with  a complete outfit of Saddle and Driving Horses. The  best of rigs.      Parties driven to any BourifJaty   point.  COLLINS & /Vlc@UA18, BFogyte��off��.  Old Ironsides  Addition  0000000000000900��������0��0��8��O ������������������0O0OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO*  'Phbeo& Home B*ewe<J  .%���  c��->,  Brewed by a Home Institution has proven the test and has made a  host of Friends who testify to its Good. Qualities .  PHOENIX BREWERY  JULIUS MUELLER,'.Proprietor.  S-Corner Standard Ave. and Banner St;.   Phoenix 5��  i  =5  MMMMWMwmwwwMmmmm  &  A DELICIOUS BREAKFAST TEA  direct from the grower to the consumer.  Lion Bottling works  '- JAS. McCREATH, Prop "  JOBBERS IN WINES, BEER AND CIGARS  Bole Agents fur Kelchsqiiellen Seller*' Blue Label Brand the most  healthful alid refreshing of Mineral Waleia.  Phone Order. Solicited.        GREENWOOD and PHOENIX, B C.  Maple Leaf  Hotel Old ironsides  Choice Wines, Liciiiui. unit Cigars always in  stock. Board bv day orwt��-k. One trial and  you will remember The Maple Leaf Forever.  Ave.-  -��;.& McDONALD, Props.,  PHOENJX  9*4+++++++*-*+*++->++++++*+*9*+*++++9+99* ��������������������� ������+m:  ==^^3EAh'VSI"Rpifl & I'EjlQ, I'ROPRihTORS.:  ���  ^  DOMINION AVENUE, PHOENIX, B, Q,  ���+��� ���������4M��*M +*9+^+*++*+*4-++++*++-+++++-**-**-** ��������������������������  '   You Should Read  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  The Leading WeeKIy  of the Boundary.  Published in the Heart pf the Greatest Gold  Copper belt of British Cpjujiibia.  In 1901  the entire.lioundary shipped 390,000 tons of ore,  nearly every ion of which was 1 educed hy  BOUNDARY SMELTERS.  Phoenix. eam'p alone shipped 235,000 tons of ore  Inst yeai. ,  The" Pioneer is published every Saturday and  and is sent to any part of Canada or  the   United  States for "       "' .".'���'���    '   j  Choiee Wines, Liquors and Cigars  Glv us a call.  il���~  ED. MOKSON. P,on,i���;7  per. year���or the rest of the world for $3.00   per  year.    It gives' thev  Latest and Most  t.r-  "if  it*  n  I   ������  r "-v.-**  i i%  fc  .   .1  -'Reliable "'News  of Boundary Mines and Smelters.     It is fearless  and independent, and aims to be  DOWNTIJ^ATE.  Your subscription can begm $$��iy.time.  Address with check  ;>-  '.  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  phoenix,/b.1c;  gWHH��BM(!UUIl��maM $H# M6SNIX PiONEEJit  tit**  f r^+tt--f+-H-H-r-H-*-f-f+t-f+ ��� -M������>T +>+ t ���,���������������������4--M-���"���������������-���-�������� ���  "'������r'-r-r'n'r'  *friiC',W*''i*t "f~  Assets y 33Q.sg��,o63.-4g.   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Heie are a lew impoitant (acts thai  plasier and patchwork reloiiiieis will  do well 10 icad, mark, learn and inwardly digest.  Ii) reieiiing iu tlie ./'statistics of tin  United Stales  census  bureau   it- has  been found that   the laboiing class ol  Aineiica leceived   seventeen   per cent  of the product of their toil  in   1900.  The men who work for the famous billion dollar Steel trust produce per man  per.  day  wealth   to  the  thousand ol  $10.50, while their average wage, including that of foremen" and  superintendents, is $1.35 per day. Since 1900  wages   have  been   steadily   falling, so  that now it will   be approximately cor  rect to say tlut  the American   workman receives one-sixth of  the product  of his toil, or, to put it in another way,  he   woiks   five   days    of   the   week  for   his   masters   and  one   day    foi  himself.   Think   of it  again.    He is  working one day of the.week to obtain  food and clothing and other necessat-  ies to  ecpiip  him   for  the   whole six  days  of  his  arduous  toil.    Is it anj  wonder that  he sometimes encioaches  upon the Sabbath in order  to win for  himself a   little more  of this world'.-,  goods ?  If Mr. Shearer and his friends are  sincere in their fiiendship for the working men, let them at once set about  removing this overwhelming injustice,  and they may feel assured that when  the men of toil receive the full reward  of their six days' labor, none of them  will feel any desire to work upon the  seventh.  As Mr. Shearer is posing as the ben  efactor of labor, will he tell us why it  is that his institution has left the battle for labor's sights to be (ought out  entirely by labor unions and other secular organizations?  A Working" Man  PROVINCIAL NOTES  .-'- 'Ihe Nelson tramway by-law was debated.  '  .���'''��� ..-'.. .���,'.'���    -  Cranbrook has a new telephone  m s'.ein.    ,: ';,-,'.'.��� '���'���'.  I'einie aiid Cranbrook'are agitating  iticiirpu>atioi>.  -Slocan City; had a successful Labor  Day celebration.  Ihe Revelstoke Athlelic Association has been incorporated.  Last week's Rossland fne entailed  an insurance loss of $25,000.  Mining companies are talking of running their own store iii Kaslo.  Nelson's board of trade is asking foi  a better mail service with the Lardeau  Revelstoke is the less by a Chinese  laundry; it was destroyed by fire last  week, entailing a loss ol $3,000.  T-he old Dewdney trail, between  Rossland and Trail, is closed to travel.  Somebody lias fenced it near, the old  sawmill.  STRICTLY   BUSINESS  Plainness and simplicity are essential to the wiiting of good ads.  Advertising is the only salesman  you can employ that will keep ever-  las.ingly at it ail the time.  Never mind what the other fellow  is doing, go ahead and push for business on your own account. .  When an advertiser once sights success he begins to realize what a fathom;  less power advertising really is.  The simple statements of the merits  uf your goods make the best ads���if  1 hey don't something is wrong with  the goods.  Never wait until the last moment to  prepare copy for advertisements cr  printed mattei���get it into shape early  and thus insure having plenty of time  10 have it set up to the best advantage  A Cheerful Propatcy.  THE animal uiai cannot -be trained  to keep iu wits about It on the  approach of a motor' car, must  disappear.     Its   stupidity, filth,  ��!ofj, fear of ererything- and useless  size  prove  to the  most  conservative  that it-must gro.rriie horse; that will  riot stand a motor tar may/ fie the delight of Its on-ier, but It Is a publlo  nuisance  and  a  public    danger,   and  ought to be shot like a mad dog. Horsemen have no right to bring unmanageable brutes Into the public highways,  to the public danger, and It Is time this  elementary Justice   should    be recognized.   The motor Is going to become  the means of locomotion for all light  transit, and by the ordinary roads as  they exist to-day.: It Is the pedestrian  and the, horse that have got to give  way.   The horse In traffic, If he chooses  to bolt,'Is uncontrollable.   The motor,  from the lightest bicycle to the heaviest car. Is perfectly controllable, occupies half the space, and travels now  through the congested streets at double  and  treble'the speed  of    any horse-  drawn vehicle.  The only thing the two  have In common is that at times they,  both refuse to go. './;���-,''���  The unobservant talk of the accidents  that would happen. The accidents will  be a great deal fewer In number. A  conclusive proof ot this, to any one  with any sense, Is the fact that in the  thousand miles tour no one, I believe,  was hurt, though the roads were lined  with spectators. In the race from Paris  to Berlin, three days, and the tour  around Italy, ten days, but two children were killed, the result entirely of  their own carelessness or that of their  parents. Suppose, for a moment, that  In France a hundred and ten teams, or,  rather, droves, of horses���there were a  hundred and ten motors���ranging from  fifty in a bunch down to two���this was  the horse-power of the machines���had  been let loose and driven at top speed  for three days on tbe public roads.  Will anyone tell me that thousands of  people would not have been killed, that  hundreds of drivers would - not have  lost their lives as wtll? But that would  have been described as sport. ...  The only danger to be feared from the  motor car Is to its own driver, the only  drawback Is Its own imperfection.  Read the reports �� automobile accidents: proportionately, these are far  fewer than from any other, form of locomotion, and in nine cases out of ten  the accident occurs to the driver or the  occupant of the car; In'the tenth case  it Is owing to the stupidity or the carelessness of the person who gets in  front. The average pedestrian has simply got to learn to keep,out of the way,  and that Is the end of it.���Joseph Een-  nell in "Contemporary Review."  Application for Transfer of Hotel License.  Notice is hereby given that we shall apply lo  ihe Hoard of License Commissioners of the City  of Phoenix, at its next Meeting, for the transfer  of the hotel license held by us for the Kuob Hill  hotel, situated on lots 19 and 20, block 11, Old  Ironsides subdivision, cilyof Phoenix, to Edward  Munson. W. J. Morrison.  James Anderson,  Dated June 15, 1902. Licensees  ENDORSES SOCIALIST PARTY,  ;       Through Tourist  Guess At It  ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD  mriit Cars m thi��� Mnms Central frum flff^o g��S< (�� ��WJB  Phoenix Trades and Labor Coonc'l Pass Res*  olutions. ���;,  Phoenix, H.C.j Aug. 29,1902  Editor of Phoenix Pioneer:������'.������'  Dear Sir=rAt the last meeting of the  Phoenix Trades and Labor Council  the following resolution was passed :  "Whereas, in view of the hostility  to the interests of the workers exhibited by the old parties of Canada, and  particularly by the Liberal party now  in power, as instanced by the non-enforcement of the alien lab.or law during the Rossland strike, and in various other ways; be it  "Resolved that we, the Tiades Council of Phoenix, B. C, do hereby en-  dotse the platform and principles of  the International . Socialist party in  their entirety, and call upon all working men and women to work for the  abolition of the wage system, and to  vote for the candidates of the Socialist  party,'1  The folly of petitioning hostile governments to enforce labor legislation,  and of paying so-called labor representatives-to "lobby" in the interests of  the working class was also severely  commented upon.  I-am, sir, yours for social justice,  Vi'.'H. Bamuuky'i  Sec. Phoenix Trades and  Labor Council.  NOTICE.      .  To Whom it May concern :  Notice is hereby given that we have  n-aeed the Stemwinder Hotel to John  Hartimm for the term of one jear, and  that we will not be responsible for any  ���pills against said house during ihe life  if said lease. C. 11 Muu.is.  S. A. Mlt.li.w  Dated at Phoenix, B. C, the 10th day  .f July, 1902.  NOTICE.  \pplicatinn for Transfer of Liquor License.  Notice is hereby given that thirty  lays after date we will apply to the  Hoard 01 Licensing Commissioners of  ihe Corporation of the city of Phoenix,  'or a transfer of the liquor license held  iy us for the Dominion Hons*-, Old Ironsides avenue, situated on Lots 15 and 16  illoi-kll, City of Phoenix, to Ox ley'&  AleOlung. '��� .".  ''Uillis & Fo'hrkbt,'.'  Per J. N. Uillis.  Dated at Phoenix, B.C., this 1st day of  July, A. D.. 1902.  T  No Breach of Discipline.   (  HE colonel was entertaining some  of his friends with stories of  army life, arid the talk turned to  the inflexibility of orders. That  reminded the colonel of Tim Murphy's  case.  Murphy had enlisted in the cavalry  service, although he had never been  on a horse In his life. He was taken  out for drill with"other raw recruits un*  der command -of a sergeant, and, as  luck would have it, secured one of the  worst buckers in the whole troop.  "Now, my men," said the sergeant In  addressing them, ���'nc one is allowed to  dismount without orders from a superior officer.   Remember that."  Tim was no sooner in the saddle than  he was hurled head over heels throup-*��  the air, and came down so hard th*��  the breath was almost knocked out of  him. ���.,.,.;,��� -...  "Murphy," shouted the- sergeant,  when he discovered the man spread out  on the ground, "you dismounted!"  "I did."  "Did you have orders?"  "I did."  "From ��� headquarters, I suppose?"  with a. sneer.  "No, from hindquarters."  "Take him to the guard-house!" or-,  dered the sergeant ���. Detroit "SYe��  Press."  1  '*' J^'CjflgjJjflflff1:  some valuable Information and assistance.    5,319^ miles ���  are ouerated some of the finest trains in the world.  FoTparticulars regarding freight or passenger rates, call on or address :  J. C. LINDSAY, T.F. & P.A., ����� "  ! lA2 Third St., PORTLAND, ORE  TRUMBULL, Com. Agt.,  Better Stationery nnd Job Print,  ini' than that Inmed out bv. tlie  Phoenix Pioneer has yet to be  produced. The proof of the pml-  ding is in the eating. Give us a  trial with your next order. , . . ���  piQtfKJSB PUB. CO.  'i'hone 14.  Phoenix  ,B.C.  Handsome Premium List.  One of the handsomest premium  lists ever issued in the state is now  ready for distribution by the Spokane  Interstate Fair. The book is. <jxq, 80  pages and cover- Handsomely print,  ed'with a two color illustrated cover.  The information and list of premiums  is complete, and embraces something  like $25,00�� 'n prizes and race purses.  This book can be had for the asking.  Write George H. Martin, Secretary  and Manager.  NOTICE, "  I, John Wilson, assign mv Interest in  liconse on lot 11, block 8. Phoenix, B.  C., until January 15, 1903, to James  Summer*'' John Wilson.  Phoenix, B. C, August 20, 1902.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that all accounts  due the undersigned timet Up paid im:  mediately, or they will he pla'eeu in the  liantls ol a solicitor for collection.  Chas. A.' McClung & Co.  Phoenix, B. C, Aug. 16,1902.  DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.  Notice is hereby given that I he partnership heretofore existing between its,  ihe undersigned, as hotel-keepers at tht-  tforden hotel, Phoenix, British Columbia, has this day been dissolved by-, mutual consent.  AII debts owing to tlie said pflrtnershil'  ure to be paid to Thomas 'Berg, who will  ���ontinue to carry on the business, and  all c'.niniB against the said partnership  ire to be presenied to the said Thomas  Bi'i-g, bv whom the same will be settled.  Dati d at Phoenix, B. C, this 25th day  of Aujrust, 1902.  < Ai.bin Almstrom,  Thomas Beug.  Witness:  W. B. COCHRA.NK.  TRANSFER OF LICENSE.  Notice is hereby givn that at the nexi  sitting of the license commissioners for  ihe city of Phoenix we intend to apply  for a transfer to Thomas Berg of the license wliirb we hold tosi-II liquor by retail in th�� Norden hotel, situated on Do  minion avenue. Phoenix. B. C.  Da'.ed this 25th day of August, 1902.  Al.llI.N Al'.MKTHOM,  Thomas Bund.  Winter Uplands,  rhe frost that stings like lire upon my  cheek.  The loneliness of this forsaken ground,  I"he  long:  white  drift  upon  whose powdered peak  I sit in the great eilence as one bound;  rhe   rippled  sheet  of snow   where   the  wind  blew  Across the open fields for miles ahead;  t"he far-off city  towered and roofed ig  blue.  A tender line upon the western red;  Hie stars that singly, then In flocks appear, ' ���   *  Like jets of sliver from a violet dome,  3o wonderful, so many, and so near,  And then the golden moon to light m��  home;  The crunching snowshoes and the stinging air,  And  silence,  frost, and beauty everywhere.  ���Lampman.  Epitaph.  Here lies Luke Longpenne, the dis-=  tingulshed historical novelist, who died  at the ag;e qf eleven years fn the full  h'ei^h't of his fume, three weeks after  the publication of his first book.���  "Life."  ������"���;.'A Fighting Schoolmaster.  The experience of a colleg-e graduate,  named,, Leven worth, who taught for a  ;year"in a little Western town, is an example of the way in which a" teacher  sometimes wins the admiration of Ilia  pupils quite unexpectedly.     .-'.',,������'.,  Levenwprth was not a teacher by nature br profession; hut, as many men  have done, he spent a year teaching; to  get money enough to help himself  through the law school. He was a  hearty,; clear-minded fellow who kept  rather aloof from the townspeople. The  local paper spoke of him aa havimr  "had a promising career in oolicg*."  Part of this promising career had, at  It happened, *een spent lri athletics.  He had learned to box and wrestle,  and had won his class championship  in the art which, from Its unfortunate  association with the prize-ring, has  not so,good; a reputation among the  peaceful ��� as, lri its legitimate; form; it  deserves.'���,;.;- ���*���,'-..     : >:���,"''���':'���].  His school -was ; quiet and orderly  from the start, but lie found it hard  work to ge.'. on intimate terms with  the twenty boys under, hlrm They  obeyed at �� distance, but did not show  much personal friendship for him.  One di-,y at recess, when the schoolyard was a clamor of voices, the young  master heard a sudden lull. Looking  out the window, he saw the children  llnod up against the fence watching a  teamster, who was stupidly trying to  whip his horse up the hill that ran  past the school. Th* wagon was loaded heavily with garden-stuff, and the  horse was doing his best to no purpose. - \  Suddenly one'of the boys, went into  the street, and evidently remonstrated  with the driver. For answer he got an  ugly slash of the whip, and reeled  back,, holding his hands over his eyes.  This was too much for Levenworth.  He ran downstairs and out across the  playground. Coolly pushing a stone  under the wheel with bis foot, he commanded the teamster, a gaunt, sinewy  man, to come off his seat.:  The fellow gre-whostlle at once, an3  obeyed. Jumping down, he approached  the schoolmaster, ready, and eager for  a fight, and heated to dangerous anger  by his struggle with the horse. ,'.  It was a real, old-fashioned fight,  with the power of anger and excitement on one side, and skill, backed by  those almost infallible allies, right and  Justice, on the other. '''.'���'",  There was enough left-of the teamster to drive his h^rse, while a dozen  boys put their shoulders to the wheels  and pushed the wagon to the top of the  hill. '  The pupil whose task it was to ring  the bell for the end of recess was a  minute late that day. The teacher was  late, too. It took him a little time to  put his clothes In order and wash his  face and hands. Meanwhile the school  assembled, not without some noise and  excitement, and took their seats. They  were subdued and orderly when Levenworth came in and walked to his  desk.  Before he had time to be seated, and  as if by a preconcerted signal,, the pupils began to applaud. Discipline and  modesty made the teacher try to stop  them. It was useless, so he smiled.  Then they cheered. The disorder of the  next minute was quite against the  rules, but nobody received a black  mark on the schoolmaster's deportment  book; and after that, to Levenworth's  surprise, there was a new and warm  friendship in the bearing of. the boys  toward him.  EASTERN  Townships Bank  ESTABLISHED 1859.  CAPITAL - - - - $2,000,000  CAPITAL, PAID UP - $1,955,225  RESERVE FUND   -  -   $1,200,000  BOAKDOF DIKKCTOKS:  W M Fakwlll, President.     ,  Hon. M   Ii. Cochk/ink, Vice Prts.  Israel Wood. J. b. Mitchell, G.SItiens.  J.N  Galer,   N. W.  Thomas, C. H.  Krflhsii.,11. B  Brown, K.C.  HUAU OHUCK. SH1JKDROOK1J, t. Q,  Joe. Mackiuuon,  Gen'l Mgr.  b. Kdcfxl    Local Mgr.  S. V. Mokbv. Inspector of Branches.  BRANCHES.  In Province of Quebec���  Montreal, B Austin, Manager.  Waterloo W. I. Brigga, Manager.  Rock Island, S. Stevens, Manager.  Cowansville, II. v. Williams, Mgr.  Coaticoolc. J!. N. Robinson, Manager.  Richmond, W. J,. Ball, Mgr.  Granby, W. H Robinson, Mgr.  Bedforu   W. II. Hargrave, Mgr.  Hum ngdoii, A. W. Watson. Mgr.  Magog. W. D. Kra&ci. Mgr.  St. Hyacinthe, J. Laframbolse, Mgr.  OrniHtowii, H W. Morgan, Mgr.  Wiudsor Mills, K. P, Olivlei, Mgr.  In Province ofBrltlsli Columbia���  (irand Forks, Wm. Spier, Mgr  PhoeLix.N   II. Slack, Acting Mgr.  Agenls   111    Canada, Bank or  Montreal   aud  Brandies.  "     Loudon, Kiik., National Bank of Scotland.  "     Boston, National Kzchangc Bank  "     New York, National Park Bank.  Collection      made at   all   accessible   points.  Drafts issued for any required amounts, good al  all points in Canada,   V. S. and Kurcpe.    Kx-  change bought and sold.  Savings  Branch   Dwartuknt   at    Kach  Officii.  Interest allowed from date ordeposlt and coni-  Soundcd annually without requiring attention ol  eposltor.  Office Hours: itt-j; Saturday from loto 13  Oregon R. R. & Nav. Co.  Oregon Short Line R. R.  Union Pacific R. R.  ONLY LINE  EAS'P  VIA  Salt Lake and Denver.  Two Trains Daily.  Steamship tickets to Europe and other  foreign countries.  Leaves  Daily  Spokane Time Schedule.  Effective June �� 1902  Arrives  Dally  A Popular Novel���"Tarry Thou Till J  Come."���New York "Life."  Not Guilty.  "Who made the world?" snapped  out a rather testy inspector years ago  to a class of very small boys. No answer. Several times he repeated the  question, getting- louder and more incensed each time. At last a poor little  fellow, kneading- hla eyes vigorously  with his knuckles, blubbered out,  "Please, sir, it waddn' me."  WAY   vou   should   hy   "KAlIt  I'LAY  '.CHRVVISJG TOHACCO.  BKCAV''B it h the beei quality.  HKCAUSB it is the most lasting chew.  BECAUSK ii is tlie largest high grade 5  or 10c. pluir.  [iEOAUSE the lags fire valuable for pre  miumsUNTILJANUARY 1st. 1904.  BECAUSE we guarantee every plug, ane  BECAUSE your dealer is authorized  to  refund your money if you  are  not  satisfied.  The Empire Tobacco Co., Ltd.  Phoenix Bakery,  Phoenix Street.    'Phone 53,  We make good  bread,     Try it.  .C W. GREER, Proprietor.  os>*��*0����0oe0��s��a������**aoe��e  I For a  ! Reliable  a  ��  e  ���  ��   of every 4c-��r(P,  9   tion suitable for b!  0  ���  9  O  One that wilt run  the year around  is what you need.  Jewelery  Irthay presents can b  obtained at  W. ZIMHERMAN'S  ��� ��a*����ot��it��o��*t��i)toft(ece��c  On a Dog.  "They're thinking now of reversing  the usual process, and first trying  plays in New York before taking them  out on the rond." "What's the idea?"  "Well, If a play succeeds ix\ Ivjew York,  the rest pf the. country will know it's  ro.'tten,'-'^'-'-L,(fe,><  A Matter of Contrast  "Give an example of how heat expands and cold contracts." "In the  summer the days are long; in tho winter they are short."���"Judge."  Little Georgie woo taken by his aunt  to see the newcomer, aged- one day. He  tyos duly ^nd profoundly lmpresse.i  yitb He specimen, and asked where tha  little brother came from. "God sent  It," answered the aunt, reverently. Tlie  answer made a deep impression on  Little Georgie, for that afternoon tip.  was seen out In tho backyard gazing  dp. into the deep blue sky and spreading his diminutive apron expectantly  is he said: "Dear Goi, please throw me  me down, too."���Trof "Press."  First Little Girl���Ihe doctor brought  lis twins yesterday! Btcond LJUle Girl  ���That's where you macle a mistake.  Tou should'havp bsi a homeopath'.���N.  r. "Life,'* '  Why Linn Quit the Newspaper.  James Weber Linn, whose novel,  "The Second Generation," a story of  newspaper life and political corruption  in Chicago, has brought him into the  public eye, is a nephew of Jliss June  Addajns of Hull House, Chicago.  How this young author came to quit  newspaper work is an Interesting  story. He secured a position on the  staff of a Chicago daily immediately  on leaving college. All went well until  one night, about three months after he  took up the life of a reporter, whon  the city editor assigned him to make  a midnight call at a homo where tlie  head o�� the household, a prominent  man, had committed suicide. "Got a  good talk out of the wife and the girl,"  wore the parting instructions. As Linn  approached the house he was overcome by a sense of the intrusiveness ot  his mission. Suddenly the glamor and  charm of newspaper work vanished*  In vain he attempted to force hl.tn.sel<  to go up the. steps of'the house. Tho  traditional Incentive of (he newspaper  ofllce, the argument that, he must nor  "fall down" on his assignment, failed  to stimulate hu interest er his courage, and the longer he stood staring at  ihe black streamer ot crape that fluttered from the door the greater becamo  his repugnance for his disagreeable  task. Finally he turned on his heel,  took a car back to the office, and  handed in his resignation with the ex,  planatlon that some other man wouiq  have to get that interview. Tbis episode ended his newspaper experience  and he soon secured a position as an.  Instructor in'rhetoric in the University  Of Chicago., where he is still engaged  Mr. Linn's book was written in six  /weeks, while spending a vacation In  Europe. His success affords another  example of the fact that much of th*  JIterature of the day is being made by  the young, for h�� lu only twenty-flv��  years of uge.  7.45 a. m. FAST MAIL���To and from  Coeur d'Aleiie district, Farm-  ington.Garfield lolfax.Pull-  man,   *Moscow,*.\*Pomeroy,  i       Waitsbuig, Dayton, Wall a  -...': Walla, Pendleton, Baker.City  1 and all points East.......... _ 6 as p m.  3:45 p. ra. EXPRESS���For Farniiiigton  Garfield, Colfax, Pullman,  < Moscow.I.ewislon,Portland  San Francisco, Baker City  audall points EAST.  EXPRESS ���From all points  East, Baker City, San Francisco, Portland, Colfax, Gar-  <��� 'field and Farinington.... .950a.m.  ���Except Sunday.  SHORT LINE TO CALIFORNIA.  San Francisco-Portland Route.  Steamers sail from Ainsworth dock, Portland,  at 8 p. m. aud from Spear Street wharf, SuuFran-  cisco, at 10 a. m. every five days.  Tickets on sale at all S. F. & N. Stations.  For further:information as to rates, time of  trains, equipment, etc., address  GEO. J. MOHT.ER, General Agent,  . 436 Riverside Ave., Spokane, Wash  Spine Talk M northern  NELSON &   FORT   SHEPPARD  BED MOUNTAIN RT.  Washington and Great Nor. Ry.  V., V. and E? Ry.  The only all-rail route between alt points east  west, and south to Rossland, Nelson aud all iu-  termediate points; connecting at Spokane with  '.he Great Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R fife  N. Co.  Connects at Rossland and Nelson with Cnua-  dian Pacific Railway.  Connects at Nelson with steamer for Kaslo and  all Kootenay Lake points.  Connects at Curlew with .stage foi Green  wood and Midway, B. C.  Buffet cars run on passenger trams bttwei.ii  tweeu Spokane aud Repubtlc.  EFFECTIVE AUGUST 17, 1902.  Leave. Arrive  9:25a.m Spokane 545 p. ni.  10:30a. m....;.....,. Rossland :..    510 p.m.  7:1s a.m. Nelson 8 00 p. m.  11:07 a. in ......Miller's 3:58 p. m.  (Grand Forks)  10:24 a. m Curlew  4:41 p. 111.  9:20 a. m ......Republic : 5:45 p. m.  H. A. JACKSON,  General Passenger Agent.  Spokaue, Wash.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Dominion Mineral (Maim, situate In the Grand,  Forks Mining Division of Ohovous District.  Where located: On Lookout Mountain, anil  near the Lookou^ Mineral Claim,  Take notice that 1, fiyduev M Johnson actitiR  as agent Tor J. P.'Shannon. Free Miner's Certificate No. il 54495, intend, sixlv days Iroin the dnte  hereof, to apply to the Minim: Kccorder for n  certificate o( improvements, for the purpose ol  obtaining a crown (-rant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under suction 37. must be commenced before the issuance  of such certificate of 1111 provcnu-nt.s.  Dated this 12th day of July. A. D-. ">'=���  4*  SYD.NUY   M.  JOUJISON.  IJAI.CVOX HOT SPRINGS SAXITAliRM  11 The most complete U Co A ITU  011 the continent of North n t H I. I II  America. Situated midst R C 6 f| R T  scenery unrivalled for gran- n t O w n I  dear. Iloatiug, Fishing aud Excursions. Resident Physician and Nurse. Telegraphic communication witli all parts of the world ; two  mails arrive and depart every da/. Its bath*  cure all nervous and muscular diseases; its waters ileal all Kidney, Liver and Stomach Ailments  fenus: $i5to$iSper week, according to res-  .leuce iu hotel or Halcyon Hot Springs,  ow Lake  B. C.  iilJiigiiWiP  Columbia and Kootenay,,  Between NELSON and MIDWAY.  MP A I C a la Carte.  L.ML.3 Table d'Hote  Liquors and Cigars at  Standard Prices.  Complete   equipment,   unequalled   in  the  West.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  V.ig Sin  Mineral  Claim, situate  in the   Grand  Porks Mining Division of Osoyoos  District.  Where located: In Wellington Camp, adjoining tilt Jim Mineral Claim.  as^,;'n!!";r^;e^"ef,^eeJtnS�� \     ��� �����"-��"<.le.   "*��  ��'����   ��� information  eate No. II 5.S19, undo. li. Kobiuso.l, p"e Mhu-rS ? Cal1 ��" ��r nl,<lrcss nearest |Uc��l��Kent. or  Certificate No.   II 58006, intend, sixty <UVS from il r>    W    H���  the date hereof, to apply to the Miniiuj Recorder "      ���      ' '  for a cm tilicaKI ol iiiiprovemcuts, 6>r the purpose 'i  of ohtaiuiu:! a crowu$raut ofthc above clnim.  And fuithei- luke notice that action, under sec-  tion 3/, must be commenced before the issuauce  ot-such cettificate of improvements.  Dated this 30th day ofjiily, A. I>��� 1902.  48 ' ' - ���'    -  ��.v*>n.ky jj. Johnson,  y  E.J'.Coyi.e,.  Agent, A. G. P. Agt.  Phoenix, Ifc C.   Vancouver, li.C  J. S. Carter, D. P. A.,  Nelson, B.C.  'rTi  !f v i  $> 'A  111 1 {<pfetI ���>���-!  *-* -  -n ir*f ~   -  !<t��S�� '< '���  5  -'"*"!��;  Si7'*"!  i", frf ;--'f,J  K'.|1H%BI . ":' f  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  Good Bar in  Connection.  Large Sample Rooms.  Electric .*.*  J.J-& Bells  and Lighted  The Dominion Hotise  OXLEY & McCLUNG, Proprietors.  Centrally Located  THE ONLY FIRST-CLASS  HOTEL IN PHOENIX  Old Ironsides Avenue  Rooms and Dining Room  In charge of the Misses Smith.    Table served with the best in  niaikeis. Special attention to wants of mineis and mining men.  Bellevue Hotel  Marshall & Shea, Props.  In Connection with Aetna Lodging House.  Knob Hill Avenue, Phoenix, B.C.  BUS MEETS AU TRAINS. UVERY STABLE IN CONNECTION  Best Obtainable  Brands of  Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  'Phone 29  Dining Room First-class in  Every Paiticular.  3  A. A. Miller, of Seattle, representing  the Westir.ghouse Mfg. Co., ol Pittsburg, Penn., who are supplying" the  laige dynamos to run the 60-dnll elec-  tiical compressor, being pu- in by the  Granby Co., came into camp Tuesday.  Dr. A. Stansfield,, professor of metallurgy at McOill university, Montreal,  has just completed a tour of the Boun  dary. ',. He also inspected the Granby  smelter which lie declared to be the  best reduction plant he had ever examined.  Provincial Constable Darraugh late  last week brought in an old-timer named  John Watson, who was found alone,  sick and destitute in a cabin between  Eholt and Gieenwood.- He was taken  to the Sisters' hospital, wheie he is being caied for..  CHtxrcH Services  Tomorrow.  i  BRIEF NEWS NOTES  HATTERS OF GEN-  ERAL INTEREST  TO   PHOENICIANS.  !\4  jirV  III  , A pencil mark here ajaf  is a reminder that voursub-  'scription to this pap-r is  now past due, and tlie pub-  iiaher will appreciate vmir  prompt attention.       -""  Death of a Pet���Monday O. B.  Smith Jr.'s fox tenier, Nip, a great pet  around the Granby mines office, got  mixed up with the caboose of an ore  ' train at the depot and was killed.   " ���  Fine $20���Phil McCaskill raised a  distuibance Monday night at the Granby boarding house, lequiring the at  tendon of the police The next day  he paid a fine of $20 in the police  court for his friskiness.  Installation I. O. O. F.���Geo.  R. Mead was installed as noble grand  of Snowshoe Lodge No. 46 on Monday evening of last week by Grand  Master -H. B.- Munroe, and Grand  Marshall Fred B. Holmes of Boundary  Valley Lodge No. 48, of Greenwood.  Made a Payment ��� The City of  Phoenix, through D. J. Matheson, as  clerk,'has just made a payment of $500  to the Bank of Montreal on account of  the jjSio.oco borrowed at 8 per cent a  year ago for city improvements. In a  short time it is expected that another  payment will be made.  Many Taxes Paid���Up to August  31st some $3,800 had been paid into  the city treasury in taxes, out of an assessed taxation of $5,400. As the  time has been extended for tmother  month within which the rebate can be  taken advantage of, doubtless a large  proportion of the balance will be paid.  Induction September 12 ��� The  date for the formal induction of Rev.  V. M. Purdy, B.A., the new pastor of  St. Andrew's Presbyteiian church, has  been set for September 12 th. Thfie  will be a number of visiting clergymen  from nearby towns to assist in the services.  tion of buildings that will cost $120,-  000,,for the Pacific Construction Co.  They will be used as a cable station for  the new Canadian-Australian all British cable. Mrs. Duncanson is living  at Eureka, Cal., till her husband's re-  turn.'about January ist.  Elected Alderman���At yesterday's  nominations for Alderman for the West  Ward, to take the place of D. G. Munroe, resigned, there was but one nomination, that of John Riordan, who was  declared elected.  Promoted��� The following pupils  are promoted from the lower division  to the higher of the Phoenix public  school: Wilbur Greer, Bessie Buck-  less, Thomas Oxley, Mabel McKeown  and Geo. Heidman.  Here Sept. 14 ��� On Sunday, September 14th, Rev. Alfred Roland, one  of the famous Congregational preachers of London, Eng., will be in Phoenix on his trip through Canada. Rev.  Roland has the reputation of being an  unusually fine orator, and many of oui  residents will doubtless be glad to hear  him.  Arrived Safei.v���Word has been  received that D. H. Duncanson, for-  sriierly a resident of Phoenix"; anived,  eafely at Fanning" Island in the South  Pacific ocean, after a quick passage on  the missionary sailing ship Gallilee.  He is now busy in charge of the erec-  Gty and District Notes  Dr. Mathison, Dentist.  Granby Exchange is on the bridge.  D. G. Munroe has gone to Calgary.  How about your subscription, gentle  reader?  The new Catholic mission house will  be built in the spring.  '   Camp   McKinney   Miners'   Uuion  celebrated Labor Day.'  Phoenix Miners' Union No. 8 will  hold its semi-annual election today.  Wm. Yolen Williams went to Spokane Saturday to spend Labor Day.  Operations are being resumed by the  Yale-Columbia Lumber Co. at Cascade.  George K. Stocker, townsite manager of Cascade, came in on yesterday's  train,  Henry Heidman and family have  taken up their residence at the Gold  Diop.  A. S. Williamson returned Saturday  jrom a several days' trip, ovei the reservation. L  Perhaps you have heard of it, the  Granby Exchange sells everything at  half price.  McAuliffe & Carson, tailors, have  moved into the store .adjoining their  recent location.  Samuel Somerville" and family returned to Phoenix from Vernon by  Tuesday's train.  A movement for the erection of a  covered skating rink at Grand Forks  is being agitated.  The improved outlook'in the Boundary has created a decidedly better  feeling generally.  Have you had that photograph taken  yet? This is just the weather for it.  Milnei's Photo tent.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, will be at his  office, Bank block, from .September  10th to 14th, inclusive.  Midwaj horsebuyers are shipping  horses from the American Okanagan  to the Canadian northwest.  The case of Kane against .Richards  ���vas postponed in the police court Wed-  lesday until next Monday.  The Grand Forks lacrosse club is  figuring on playing a game at the Spokane Interstate fair 611 October 5th.  Greenwood has an offer of 99 for  $5,000 worth of city debentures fiom  New Westminster. It will probably  be accepted.  One of the greatest public improvements made by the city this year is the  1,000-foot sidewalk just finished to the  C. P. R depot.  The Kettle Valley line and the Gieat  Northern have been assessed in Kerry  county, Wash , forgi4i,oooand5i 71,-  000 respectively.  John A. Keough, a pioneer resident  of the Boundary, died in Grand Forks  Wednesday of typhoid fever, after an  illness of two weeks.   ,  The building of the Coast-Kootenay  railway will have a most beneficial  effect on the Similkameen country as  well, as on the Boundary.  The Vernon & Nelson Telephone  Co. has moved its central office in  Greenwood to more commodious quarters in the Mellor block.  Rumor has it that the C. P. R.  Boundary train time is to be changed  in the near future, the outgoing train  to leave early in the morning.  Mayor G. R. Naden and J. C.  Haas, of Greenwood, went to California this week to look at some mining  propositions in Siskiyou county.  W. G. McMynn, government agent  at Greenwood, has received instructions to proceed at once with the erection of the courthouse in that city. ���  Reports from Anarchist mountain  are to the effect that crops there were  never better and there are the most  encouraging prospects of, an .abundant  haivest  The coroner's jury returned a verdict of drowned in the case of Z. Bor-  beau, whose body was recently found  in Loon Lake, near the B. C. mine,  Summit camp.  'William Anderson, supervising  engineer of the Cascade Water, Power  & Light Co., was in the city Wednesday, in connection with the work on  the sub-station here, which building is  now nearly finished.  GOOD NEWS.;.  '���FROM THE���- %  PEOPLE'S STORE  Until further notice I will sell Hakledban Butter  in bulk at 24 cents per lb.   Sugah,'$550 per hundred.  I wi}l meet all cuts and do a little better.  We have been appointed agents for the celebrated  KAIMJjOOPS CIGARS, and sell them at factory prices.  These cigars are not made in the eaBt by cheap labor, but  are made almost at home, and are admitted by all lovers of  the ��'eed Uo be excellent cipars.  As soon ae the freight blockade is raised we expect Car  Groceries^ Car of Flour snd Car of Hay. And as soon as  weean mute arrangements we will cairy a complete stock  of Feed, Hay and Grain of all kinds.  Whenever any oJE my vompetitora tell you that they sell  goods cheaper than Hardy, you tell tlieia that they are  mistaken, and I will prove to y-ju that they aw. ,   *  THOS. HARDY & CO.  TALKED OVER THE TRAMWAY.  Pboenlx City Council Visits (bat of Greenwood.  Thursday evening the city council  on invitation, made a journey to Greenwood, to visit the city council of that  place, to discuss the proposed Greenwood-Phoenix tramway, which the latter body is trying to revive. The Phoenicians were hospitably entertained,  and the whole matter was discussed in  its vaiious phases, the special object cf  Greenwood being to secure a franchise  to run through the streets of Phoenix,  i'his it was thought might be done if  something, was done in return.  Finally the Greenwood aldermen  proposed the city of Phoenix issuing  $50,000 in bonds, half of which is to  be used in improvements in this city,  the balance to go into the building of  the tramway, Greenwood to issue bonds  for the rest of the capital needed. It  is also proposed to ask government  aid in the prosecution of such an important project, that will be of inestimable benefit to the entire district. If  Greenwood and Phoenix can get together on the proposition, it will be  easier to put it through,   it is thought.  ���eee  While there's life there's hope,  as a famous Soap manufacturer  once saidr We have every kind  of Soap that the heart or hands  could wish for or need. We can  give you the daintiest imported  productions, or' just good, useful  every day soap that will do the  business and do it right.  The Druggist.  'Plioiie 16  Knob Hill Ave. Phoenix; B. C.  WHY you should buy "FAIR PLAY"  CHEWING TOBACCO.  BECAUSE it is the beat quality.  BECAUSE it is the most lasting chew.  BECAUSE it >8 the largest, high grade 5  or 10c pluf��.  BECAUSE the taea are valuuble for premiums UNTIL JANUARY 1st, 1004.  BECAU8E we guarantee every plug, and  BECAUSE your dealer is authorized to  refund vour money if you are not salis  lied. J  Tub Emwbb Tobacco Co., I/ry\  Church of England���St John's  Mission; services tomorrow, evening.  Rev. E. P. Plewelling, vicar.  St. Andrews' Presbyteiian Church,  Sei vice tomorrow at 11 n. m. and  7:30 p. m. Sunday school and Bible  class at 3 p. m. Rev. V. M. Purdy,  B. A., pastor.  Congiegational���Preaching services  tomonowat 11 a. 111. and 7:30 p. m.  Rev. Jasper Hard,    pastor.  Methodist���u a. m. Talks on the  Life of Christ. 3 p.m., Sunday school  as usual. 7.30 p. m., evening service.   Rev. T. Green, B. A, pastor.  BUSINESS NOTICES.  Old papers for sale at the I'ioneer  office, at 25 cents per 100.  Laying hens for sale by Mrs. W. B.  Willcox," cor. Second St. and Grey  Eagle avenue.  Almstrom's chocolates don't melt  this weather, but they will melt in  your mouth.  ��� Fine breakfast and dinner set for  sale at half price at the LMonee'r office.  Imported goods.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, will be at  his office, Bank block, from September  10th to 14th inclusive.  Thos. Hardy is offering some bargains this week. Look up his ad. It  'may save you money.  Those chocolates sold by Almstrom  are the kind that melt in your mouth.  Have' you trie'd them ?  The Hun.ter-Kendrick Co. have ��� a  special boot and shoe sale on now, with  full lines to* select from.  As the 'summer is fast' going,' the  Wm. Hunter Co., Dominion avenue,  are making a drive on ladies' blouses  in black, white and fancy colors.  Do you want any photographs ?, If  so I can give you the best work in the  portrait line ever turned out in Phoenix.-,. .It, will -stand the test. ' James  Milner, cor* School and Dominion. ,  Bring the children or old folks,, and  we'll make you portraits that will surprise you. Prices are right, too. Miner's, cor. School and Dominion.  1 CAN-YOU CAN-ATTEND THE  l-V^^%^*^W%^^Wv%^��.  ���NINTH' ANNUAL���  In  SPOKANE, WASH., Oct. 6 to 14, inclusive-^ ^  1  FOR RENT  Double Dwelling IIoubo,  per month.  Three roomed house, f]5.  Ihnies in N. Y. Townsite  Lower town to rent.  ]>id<.'iiig House.  fttiliUS  and  ���FINE EXHIBITS IN-  r, f        HOKBI S, HOGS,  OlOCK   CATTI.K. SHKEP  Fine Arts Exhibit  Fruit Exhibits  Eight Day Racing  Agricultural Exhibits  $25,000 IN PREMIUMS.  MINHKAI.  KX1IIHITS.  T1IK IlKhT IN  TIIK NORTH WHST.  DIG KVHNT V.V H DAY,  300 HOKSHS KNTKRKO.  FARM I'ltOOU'TS  Ol' AM. KI.NIH.  BEST MUSIC���Amusement extinonliniuy.  <-?'"{,I,',"J'" '"..'\l,,'l!"a "f  all kin s for sale.    Write for eatuhviU'S.       Mil). ". M Alt I I.N ,  FRANK LEAKE, Advertifcinn Agent. M��r. nnd .-�������y.  im  i  Waterman's Ideal  A Nice Box of  SOAP  Is Appreciated  By Everybody  Ur<*  See Our Window  WE HAVE IT  A.P. McKENZIE  DRUGGIST  Hardy-McKeuile Block,     Phoenix, B. C.  Watch Repairing  This is an important  part of my business, to  which I give particular  attention. Bring your  timepieces to me, no  matter when or where  s made, and we will make  them good as new.   '  GEO. E. DEY,  Kuoli Hill Avenue, 1'hocv.lx.  FOR SALE  Dun Me <l��t'l!inK honte.  Also a*'in line rent earning \��o\)-  eilv.  I  We have pome fr��o<l ImrgBinu in  IoIb in itll parts of town.  FIRE, LIFE and  ACCIDENT  INSURANCE  MCARTHUR & MONK,  AGENTS  I'. O. Ilox. j3. V. & N  ���Phone. 5j  ��� ^-wwwwwv*-*-*.*  BUSINESS   FUU ���  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������a  : MRS. BATON |  S "Teacher of ���  ��� PIANO and VOICE CULTURE   ���  ���   ���  ! Kenideuce nenr Grnuhy Hotel, #  ��� Phoenix, B. ('. ���  ��� ���  ������������������������������������������������������������������������a*  BAKERY  SALE  For paticulars inquire of  J. S. McCAGUE,  ^ Phoenix, B. C  In the meantime we will continue to make the  lieut llread, I'ake und fit* ever Ken in the lioundary    Have yon tried them ?  .*....................  .........������........*���......���  I GRANBY EXCHANGE  [ Buys ANYTHrNGr,Sells EVERYTHP:fi  HARNESS  SHOP  On the Bridge Oppo  site McMillan Illurtc  J  MINING MACHINERY  THE CANADIAN RAND DRILL CO.  Head Office and Works.  SHERBROOKE,  QUE.  Branch Offices and Warehouses:  ROSSLAND, GREENWOOD  VANCOUVER, B.C.  AND  >%^^^^%^%^%%%%^^%^%^^^^%%^%%.��^^%%^%^%^^��^'%%'%^k%^^^%%%%^^i%%'V% 0  These pens are the finest;  in 'the world, and are made of:  first quality 14k. gold with the*  highest' grade of workman-!  ship. They are tipped with:  the best irridium^and ground;  in countless degrees of fine-j  ness and flexibility. They:  are absolutely noiworrodablej  and will last for yeais.       *   ���  *  ���' 'Full assortment of nibs and;  points in stock. j  For sale in Phoenix only byj  Ikbe Bros. ? 5|(| !  ���������ttt���  ST^IIOIJERS, I  KN0B IJH.I, AVH��� PHOUNIX, ��. C.I  ������t����Tfrft*rr��"����*"f*rfftff<<��fffT* ����������!  Ttae ar�� just  *Ewo Kinds of  They.are the kind that is a  credit to you and your printer and���the other kind. . .  Ours is Said to be \\% Best  When you want something  IN OFFICE STATIONERY  We have the art and the artists to give  you exactly what you wish.  Our mechanical department equipped  with the latest and best.  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.,  9  9  1��  < <  ' >  11  i��  e  One Good Investment  Worth a Life Time of wotk.  is  ^ An Investment in Phoenix Realty at the present time is  bound to bring a handsome dividend at 110 distant date. No one with an understanding of  the possibilities of the Phoenix mines believes that present low real estate values will long  prevail. With increased org shipments prices arc stiffening up. We stil) have some good  values in Dominion" Copper Co,'s Addition and other parts of the citvat most reasonable  figures.    Whether you desire it for an investment or a home we can fill your wonts.  AddKSs G. W. RUMBERGER,  Hot��ses lot Rent. Dominion Avenue, Phoenix, B, C.  In Bfegk, WWte aad Fm��y Colons,  Special  Regular Value $1.2��, $150, reduce^ t��  Regular Value 1% 3.��0, r@du6��4 t@  Regular Value   i,g&,   g.go, reduced tQ  %v*^^%^^%^,  In Black aad Wa,nc$ Oplors, marked down in Price regardless  of eosfj  > .^  toys' Wagning S&itm Suits  At $1, regular price, $1.65  Dominion Avenue, Phoenix  B.C.  |9��~ i  ��   g ;���-  "ill-..1  .���.Wi.'iA.'i6"'"  ���TTT,7T5  "*tff iS-'-"^"*���"  iW *!*"����� I'l ���   n ������ IM   ll|n "A     I   11^ ��� 'l     ������."'  V .-T    ,r��    .... "II ����� , ,,.���       r,w�� ���  J   "J.." *   >   ',���'   ''      (, ��� f* l-"\   - - 1      '  m  VT*-^" 't.i.j' -���  7=nvs���n����� ���  '_.1*Ji'*_-_*i��".  \Vss-nt j |^rr,nr_,

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