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The Phoenix Pioneer Aug 10, 1901

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Array w2��  xcJ6l "  ���o  c  i'  ~r,.��� wiili to receive ��1j* roliilii*  '.�����nrti" ncwit "f ����<�� camp ��u3  [im.^.x   J'.����NKK��  During the year 1900 100.000  TONS or QRC ��*�������: shipped trom  the mines of .::;,:::-   :  fPHOENIXf  For the first fire months of 1901  avei 90,000 toni ofore were shipped,or  at the rate of joo.ixw tuns annually.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District.  PHOKNIX, I5IUTISH COLUMBIA/SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1901.  No. 39.  wmtm  H�� &�� dvAf JLcL  A Pew Pointers Where to get the  Right Goois at Right Prices.  CHINA SILKS All Coloia. per  ynul  '*c  PRIHTS-Extra heiivy Nnvy  Illnu 1'iint, ' guaranteed  dint wilor, per yard   I5e  GINGHAMS���Amoski'. ft 0 i n K:  limiiH, fuel riilurannilKiKxI  f|iinlll.v, pery.tnl I0e  LADIES' SUMMER  UNDERWEAR-  41V qnnlily, now ,��. 2So  115:      "       "      20e  tfw      ���'       "    .    IOo  2EPHVR WOOLS-AII colorH per  or. r      10c  WATERED SATEENS-All colon-, �����'��  correct thing for waists.  LADIES' WHITE' UNDERWEAR-At  COST 1'UICE in Skirte,  IlniHtTH ami Corset Covers,  Ladle** Silk Undersells a' u big induction.  REMNANTS   REMNANTS   REMNANTS  Gents Furnishing Department  SUMMER HATSr  Sale Price, 25c.  Summer Goods  must go, so we  are Offering Big  ��j Reductions in the  following   lines^  Soft Front Shirts  Canvas Shoes  Summer Underw'r  White Vests  1  JUST HE��'KIVBD. n��hipinwit��'f Men's Fine Shws in Triih ami  Blacks;., * den i hat !>�����* pair i�� Wanted, Bive 119 a call;   it hI nyi pays'  to lia'ra s'l'iuk.   Our al.oe* an.l pri- es will st.m.l the koemvl buyers  l>on*�� f,ir*et% m keep tho n&west novelties in GUST'S FURNISH-  ISGS always in jlock.    -    General  Merchants, Old Ironsides Avenue, Phoenix.  Weather  Sets the Busy Housewife Thinking  oooooooooooooooooooooosc^^  Something  to Hat  Is the hardest problem to solve. Everything  seems tasteless and unpalatable. A visit to our  Grocery Department will settle the question for  you. t  Our store is full of Summer Groceries ready to  eat and just suitable for the warm weather.  We make an effort to have everything fresh. A  small order will convince   you that we accomplish it.  We expect our fruit for preserving this week.  1  In our Hardware Dep't we have a nice lot  of-Family Ranges and Cooking Stoves at prices to suit all  purses.  Screen Doors,   Screen Windows,   Window Netting,  Ice Cream Freezers, etc., etc.  Come hi and see us; you are always welcome whether  purchasing or not. .AH orders delivered promptly.  ���   Tinning and Plumbing a Specialty.  O^OQCXWOOOOOOOO^^  IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH  DOMINION AVE.      <*  91  SHIPPED 1,080 TONS  That Amount Several Days  This Week.  ORE   FROM   CRANBY   CO.   MINES  Nearly 2MJW Tom ol Ore Seat Out From  This Camp to Date, of Which 129,130 Ton*  Were Shipped Thin Year.  This Inst week the Gianby Co.'s  mines in this camp���the Old Ironsides, Knob Mill nr,<] Victoria���have  been in ihe business of bicaking all  previous records as far as oie shipping  goes. Heretofore the regular output  that lias drily gone down to die company'* smelter at (iiand Korks was 600  tons or a little ovei. This average  was' kept up nights, dojs, Sundays and holidays. Hut the 1 eduction  works at th" !,v ;ks ate being enlarged,  ai.J a reerve of ote is wanted, so late  last week oideis came to send out  three ore trains per day, instead ot two  as loi mely. This meant that 36 oie  cars, each holding on an average of 30  tons of chalcopyrue, were to? he sent  out every 24 hours, or 1,080 tons  daily.  With the present hoisting facilities  of the propei ties, it is not an easy  thing to keep up an output of this  magnitude steadily, but for several  days it was done without trouble, so  that the ore shipments for the week  show a decided increase over those of  any previous week. Under the existing circumstances it will be necessary to diop down to the old two-train  daily rate occasionally. But if the  smelter ore bins will hold the output,  three trains of ore daily will be sent  down as often as possible.  What These Mine* Have Shipped.  Last year these Gianby Co. mines  sniped a total of 64,553 ton*���die  output being of course for only part ol  the year, alter the railway was completed in July. Thus far in 1901,  seven months, these same mines have  shipi>ed close to 130,000 tons, or an  average of 18,449 tons l'er month foi  that time. With the shipments for  thismeek^wjiich are not,, included., in.  flic'table gTvenTherewlth, these progenies have sent out about 200,000  tons of ore since they began shipping,  a little over a yeai ago. The actual  smelter weights of the shipments for  the la��t seven months were as follows:  Tons.  January     180")0  February ...    .      17.360  March ....   19.208  April      .    ..      1S.I104  May     18,113  June   .... 151,319  July    18,182  Total     129.130  PUBLIC SCHOOL OPENS   MONDAY   WEEK.  0.   D. Turner  aad   Miss Edith  Hawthorne  Engaged ag Instructors.  Monday, August 12th, the public  school of Phoenix will once more open  at the old stand. In a couple of  weeks thereaftei sessions will be held  in the new school building, the contractor, Stephen Tripp, having until  the 18th inst. to finish his woik, and  it is believed that he will be done in  time.  The school tiustees have engaged  two new instructors, who will be in  charge of the scholars for the coming  scholastic year. - The principal will be  George B. Turner, who has been  teaching at Alder Grove for the last  three years, and who comes here  highly 'recommended. The second  teacher will be Miss Edith K. Hawthorne, who has latterly been teaching at Ashcroft. Both of them will  arrive late next week.  One thing the school trustees desire to impress especially on the  parents of the city, and that is that the  amount of the grant from the government for the next year will be .based  on the average attendance for the balance of this year. ' If there are but 50  scholars, only $1,000 will be received  from the provincial government, and  the balance needed will be paid by the  city itself. Phoenix is in the class of  cities that will receive school funds  from, the governmental the rate of $20  per member. It will requi'ie'.at least  $1,500 to pay the expenses of the  school for the firstyear in. 'the new.  building, with, only , two' teachers.  Therefore to" get this amount from the  government there must be sin average  attendance of at least 75 scholars from  the opening till the Christmas holidays. Good teachers and a first-class  building.have been provided, and it is  hoped - that the attendence will be  much larger than at the close of the  last session.   \>'.-.':.'.'..,-'  George W. Woo8ter,: treasurer* of the  Grenbv Co., was up frouv Grand Forks  this week.  W.J. Porter has been doing some  development on ..the Iron Clad, a  crown granted claim near fhe Athel-  stan, in which Messrs. Farrell and  Rumberger are also interested. There  is an immense iron cap, of alow grade,  from which great results are anticipated sortie day.  C0PPERFIELD NOW OK THE MARKET.  <-  Smith Curtl�� Hat Just Platted (be Place in  the Slmilkameen. .  The Siinilkameen country has a  ntw 'townsite, Coppe'rfield, on the  market, and.it is ap|>arently located  in the right place, naively, directly at  the foot of Copper' mountain, and  close to the largest mines in that section. The townsite is owned by Smith  Curtis, who is now ip that country,  l< oking after his interests, hut is expected in Phoenix in a^few days.  Robert Hair has byen .appointed  agent foi the new town in Phoenix,  and is making his heatlquaiteis at the  Bellevue. hotel, Mr. ,'Barr- tetuined  from the Siiniikaniscn,last week Kii-  dav, and is enthusiastic in icgard to  the prospects foi the new city owned  by the worthy member from this tiding. Two years, ago Mh Curtis put -  chased fiom Captain S.*; 1'. Scott his  pre emption of 310 acres, loci ted at  the confluence of Whipsaw cieek and  Siniilkanieen river, Even then be had  an eye to die possibilities ot a ptos-  peious 'own being Irtiill when the  mines of Kennedy and1 (popper mountains were in n sultieienl, state of development to suppoit a place. Mr.  Cuitis evidently believes the time is  fast approaching, for he has Nad the  town platted by jas, Hislop, P. L. S.,  and the lets are now on; the market at  low figures. ^  ���Speaking of his nem townsite, Mi.  Cuitis recently said:     <\  "The development of \the mines of  Cop|>er and Kennedy^mountains in  the near future will suppoi t a good-  sized place with their" payroll. Between these two mountains there are  few places suitable for, such a town.  Copperfield is at the foot of Kennedy  mountain right acrossjife Siinilkameen  river is Coppei mountain, within easy  distance. Besides numeious mincial  claims, several of Which in my opinion  will unquestionably develop into miues,  theie is along - Whipsaw and Nine  Mile creeks and , the Similkameen  river, measures, that when opened up,  will support a laige payroll.        ,  "Immediately below |the townsite  there is a splendid site rpr a smelter,  with an ahjiidance ot Stater, and ii  the luture justifies the erection of a  plant, the pioduct of both Kennedy  and Coppei camps codld easily be  trammed down the mountain side at  slight expense. J.st as soon as I can  complete Jliy awai^gfimcrtflfe-r-shalMinve  the townsite cleared, and a good hotel  built. Meanwhile I intend to make  m\self thoroughly acquainted with the  district, bv putting in 'the summei  here."  Back From Franklin Camp.  D. 1). Mumo, who has been spending a month in Kiankim camp, up the  north loik ot the Kettle rivei, returned last Wednesdaj. He was selling off a stock of goods for Megaw, of  Grand Koiks. About a hundred men  were woiking in and mound the camp,  but the assessment woik is now practically done for the season.  Superinteudent Noble has begun  work on the wagon load up to Fiank-  lin cam]), ac.d it is expected that the  sum now made <i\ai!able by the government, some $8,000, will build a  good load from Lynch cieek up about  16 miles fuithei. Mi. Noble now  has 60 men on the woik, but a considerable sum must be spent on a  bridge that will have to be built.  New Town is Called Beaverdell.  The owneis of the two townsites ol  Ueaverton and Rcndell, adjoining each  other on the west fork of ivettie river,  have decided wisely to combine their  interests, the amalgamated place to be  hereafter 'known' as Heaveide(J���a coin-,  bination of both the former names.  A stock; company with a ".'capital of  $50,000-is to be organized at once to  take over the townsites. There has  been a good deal of opposition between the two townsites heretolore, but  now all parties interested will work together for the building up of a large  and prosperous'place'on the west fork,  which that section is undoubtedly capable of supporting, as it. has some of  the best mining properties in. the Boundary.  Just eleven votes were cast last  Monday by the ratepapers. on the  proposition re hypothecating the city  debentures for $10,000 with the Bank  of Montreal. Every vote was in favor  of the proposition.  20=ROUND CONTEST  To Be Held in Phoenix on  Labor Day.  MARTIN DENNY   VS. DAL HAWKINS  Will Be a Great Event���Both are Fast  Men, and Will Put up a flood Contest on  September 2nd. " -'   ,���  In connection with the Labor Day  celebration, which will be held in  Phoenix on Scptemoei 2nd, theie will  be held one of the best glove contests  yet seen in the Botindaiy country  The anangements were completed this  week to bring Martin Denny and Dal  Hawkins together on that date.  It will be remembeied that these  men bad a contest on Dominion Day  in Grand Kicks, and those who witnessed the contest, which was declaied  a diaw, all agice that it was one of the  best yet held in the��e parts. Both  men have many tiiends, who aie confident each can win.  Hawkins is the light-weight champion of the world, and in ten yeais,  it is said, that he has nevei been defeated but once. Martin Denny is  the light-weight champion of Aus-  tialia, and has been in 47 contests, in  none of which has he ever been  knocked out. Hawkins won the lightweight championship - from Martin  Flaherty at Caison City. Nev., at the  time that- Kitzsimmons whipped Cor-  bett. Both men ate last and strong  and will certainly put up a good contest.  There will also be some preliminary bouts the particulars of which will  be announced latci.  Evei)thing, in connection with the  celebiation is going on 111 shape. This  week thousands ol envelopes, bearing  the advertisement of the celebiation  on both sides, have been distributed  among the business men of the ctlj  foi use this month. The committee  have arranged with the C. P. R. for  a special passenger tiain to leave Cas  cade about 7 a. m. on Laboi Day,  which will run through to Phoenix,  stopping at Giand Forks, Eholt and  aiso _at jjie^B,. C^unctiqru _^Those  coining up'from Gieenwood and Midway will probably take private conveyances.  K%,%&%+<%%>*%I%W+%*%A  our Mines  ji      AND     j*  .smelters.  LATE NEWS  NOTES  FROM     THE  SEVERAL  CAMPS.  For the last week the oie tieated at  the Gianby smelter, at Giand Folks,  amounted to 4,463 tons.  The No. 7 mine, in Cential camp,  is making small snipments regulaily to  the Mothei Lode smelter at Gieenwood .  The Bullock diamond   drill, opeiat  ing foi some weeks on  the Idaho, was  tiansfened Jast Monday  to the undei  ground woikings ot the Biooklyn.  Today is pay day with the mines ol  Phoenix, and in the neighborhood-'ol  $40,000 w01 th ot pay checks will be  distiibuted among the delveis loi  piecious metals.  It is said that the coal measures ic-  renlly located up the 1101th fork ol  Kettle river are of .considerable,; 1111-.  poriance, and that the Gianby Co.'  lias an option on .the locations and  wiil test the pioperties.  The'"'- Golden Crown Mines, Ltd.,  the new corporation that succeeds the  Brandon and Golden Crown Co:, Ltd.,  has levied ai> assessment of one cent  per share. Operations at the property,  two miles cast of Phoenix, will be resumed shortly.;  The single furnace of the Greenwood smelter has been running  steadily from. February iSth last, and  up to July 31st had run through 59,;  839 tons of ore, mostly from the  Mother Lode mine. The daily average for live months is 371 tons, and  during the month of July 11,943 l��ns  were treated, an average of 385 tons.  It is expected that the new furnace,  recently ordered, will be installed some  time in'November, which will double  the output "of the reduction works.  F0R0EP LOGAN BROKE JAIL. -  And is Now Probably Residing la Uncle Sam's  Land. ;  A man giving the name of John  Logan, with several aliases, was arrested Sunday evening by Chief of  Police McMillan out near the Athel-  stan mine, charged with passing forged  checks. '  It appeals that the day before he  passed a check at the Maple Leal  hotel for $13, purpoiting to be signed  by Joe Taylot. He also tiled to pass  oue for #75 at the store of the Huiiter-  Kendiick Co., Ltd., but was urlsuc  ccsslul. This was sup|>osed 'to be  signed by Tom Kirk. When arrested  still another was found in his possession foi $23, signed by ' Kirk, all being drawn on the Eastern Townships  Hank., '        (  Logan's examination was held be-  fore Police Justice Williams, and he  was held lor trial at the county court,  the evidence being veiy clear. This  occuned Tuesday evening. Early  Wednesday morning it was* discovered  that the bird had flown, and has no  since been hcaid Pom. He probably  made tracks straight foi the other side  of the international boundary line.  ��� In some unaccountable manner he  had secured a hammer, and with little trouble pried off spmeof the boards  ot the ceiling of the cell in trie ja.il,  then dropped down into the jail proper  and walked out the front door, theie  being no one else in the building at  the time except a drunk. The latter  also tried to escape, but was caught by  Night Watchman Flood, and brought  back. The provincial authorities were  promptly notified and given a de  sciiption of the forger, but up to 'the  date ot going to piess nothing further  was heard of Lo^an. The jail has  since been repaired.  Logan was recognized by Dan  O'Leary as the same man who a short  lime ago was found stealing from the  100111 of propiietor of a hotel in the  city of Nelson.  Alter Logan had left for other parts,  the following was found in his cell,  which is heie given verbatum :  "Deai Judge:���I hate to leave you,  but it is rather warm 111 here. Give  my regards to McMillan and Flood,  fell them to wiite to meat Republick.  I like these ventalated jales very much.  Hoping not to see you again, with  best wishes, John Logan. \  ��� "Excuse writing���it is dark."-   -  y- ',  Largest In-,the,jBoaadary.    !,���.,,  When the McMillan block is completed, located on the coiner of Fust  street' and , Dominion avenue, it will  have four of the largest panes of plate  glass ever brought"into the Boundary.  Each of these panes is 10x13 feet in  size, and together they represent a cost  of about $1,000. They leqtiired an  entire flat car to transport them heie  from the coast, and as life case stooo  on end there was little 100111 to spare  when the car went thiough the tunnels. "M. Madden, the con ti actor, is  now putting these, mammoth sheets ot  "lass ii, place.  Work of the City Council.  At Wednesday's meeting ot the city  council all the members were present  with the exception of Aldeiman Mc  linns. A communication was lead  tiinu Dr. Goidon, asking foi the payment ot the $50o,fiom the cit\ to the  Phoenix Geneial Hospital.  The    finance   committee   lecom-  mended   that  the  following  bills   be  paid :  Mi-Plier.-on    Brns ,    lumber   for  Humes ami sidewalks .    $4tf2 30  MeKae Urns. & Smlih  2 45  Pioneer Publishing Co     17 50  Jail rent for August;'....... .<=:    10 00  R. It. Kerr, salary .............    40 00  K. B.  Kerr, expenses...........     250  11. R  Blunt, eily engineer......   89 30  Hunti r'-Kehilriuk Co.. Ltd ..      3 50  Morrih, Thompson & Co..... ���.'... 135 22  Hfe  5.431  760  PHOENIX BRANCH ORE SHIPMENTS.    " |  The following table gives'the ore shipments, of I'h'oenix llraiich and other nomidnry  mines lor 1900, for the pnst week, for 1901. and the total to date-���  1000 Week  Old Ironsides, Knob Hill  and Victoria   B.C. Mine ...... ....  Golden Crown . .......  Winnipeg. .......-' .'  Athelstan   Snowshoe..   Brooklvn..   ..........  ���R. Bell.', .'...'. '.'.���'  Totals, tons   Mother Lode. Deadivood,  Other Boundary mines..'  <>4.533  19,494  2,500  1.075  1,209  3����  S9.252  5.340  3,180  40  6,231  2,368  Grand Totals, tons  97.772        8.599  ^^^^S^S8^^^^^^^^  Total...  $7Mi.88  ���Street'. Improvements' Temporary  Loan By-Law No. 25 was finally  passed and Alderman Punch gave  notice tluit he intended to introduce  a street grade by-law amendment bylaw.   New Hoist Has Arrived.  The new hoist to be used by the  Gianby Co. in the preliminary work of  sinking for the main five-compartment  shaft, arrived yesterday and was hauled  to. the site, whore a.hole ten or fifteen  feet deep has already been made by  hai.d. The new machine is a 5x5  hoist, made by the Jcnckes Machine  Co., Ltd., of Sherbrooke, Que. The  work of sinking will now proceed with  all speed. From below the work of  raising to meet the force of men sinking is proceeding steadily.  Plans for Church of England.  Plans are being prepared for the  new edifice to'be erected, by the Church  of England in Phoenix, and in another  column of the Pioneer will be found  the call for tenders for the erection of  the same. The building, which will  be erected at the comer of Victoria  avenue and Second street, will prob^  ably cost in the neighborhood of $i,-  200 or $1,300, and will be put up at  once. The. new building will have a  seating capacity of about 100 persons  and the interior wood work will be of  coast cedar, finished in oil. There will  be a chancel and two trancepts, and a  nave capable of extension. The windows will be of cathedral glass.  ON THE   RAWHIDE  Raise and Shaft Connected on  Tuesday.  PROPERTY SAID TO BE LOOKING WELL  Contractor Olllls Continues Development on  This Well Known Property-Fontht Fire  This Week.  -H"* *'".* "���"��� ���*J��J��TpC-��.*tf *S���  OETTiNO THEIR ,NEW, CERTIFICATES.  Qraaby Company Is Now  Prepared to Issue  to the Old Stockholders.  Geo. W. Wooster, liquidator of the  four companies that have been consolidated as the Granby Consolidated  Mining, Smelting and Powei Co., Ltd.  has sent notices to all old stockholders that the new company is now  leady to issue the new ceitificates.  The shaies will be issued in the lol-  lowing proportion:  l'o the shaieholdeis of the K.nob  Hill Gold Mining Company ot Biitish  Columbia, Limited, 250,000 shaies, in  the proportion of one shaie of new-  stock for every six shares held in the  old company.  l'o the shareholder of the Old  Iionsides Company, 250,000 shaies,  in the piopoi lion ot one share ol the  new stock for eveiy lour shaies held 111  the old company.  l'o the shaieholders of the Giey  Eagle Gold Mining Company, Limited, 225,833 shaies, in the pioportion  ol one share in the new conipan) loi  every six shares hehj huhe old company.  To the shareholders ot the Graiuy  Consolidated Mining, and Smelting  Company, Limited, 484,800 shaies in  the proportion of one share for every  six and two-third shares held in the  old company.  WAS merelVa family jar.  Slight Friction on the Hill lias Been Amicably  Adjusted.  Last week there was a little misunderstanding between some ol the  carponters employed by the Granby  Co., and Wni. V'olen William's,' the  popular .superintendent, in regard to  the repairing of a bridge of the C.P.K.,  for the purpose ���-���!' keeping up the ore  shipments fiom this camp uninterruptedly. This week Mr. Williams met  those interested- in the matter, and  after due consideration by both sides  an adjustment was arrived at that was  satisfactory to all. While the greater  part of the carpenter work to be done  till the large new buildings go up. later  in the year, is already finished, Mr.  Williams has already put several carpenters at work, and will put on mine  as needed.  Those who conferred with Mr.  Williams are not siow to appreciate  the consideration which he showed  them. On his part, Mr. Williams  says that the company is not looking  for trouble, but is. in the business of  mining, and wishes to get along amicably with the employees. As he puts  it, it was merely a little "family jar,"  which is now over. Probably no mining superintendent in Kootenay or  Yale is more popular with his employees thanis'Mi. Williams.  ^ A new blacksmith shop. 20x30 feet in  size, has just been completed at the  Brooklvn mine.  '!��i  ���V'"  ' n  For some time two forces of miners  have been working on the Rawhide,  owned by the Dominion Copper Co.,  with the" intention of connecting the  shaft and the long tunnel. 'One gang  has been raising and the othei sinking,  and last Tuesday the two met. This'  makes the shaft 180 feet deep to the  tunnelalevel, this tunnel being in about '  600 Ic'et from the portal. It will* be  remembered that an excellent body of  ore was encounteied in this shaft '  shortly after it was started last spring,  and in.fact the present management of  the company has beeli very successful  in uncovering more than one ore shoot  on this .property. Joseph ,N. Gillis  has been doing most of the work,'on ���>,  the Rawhide by, contract, and it'is  understood has given satisfaction to  the management. He has also been  doing some diifting and crosscutting  in the tunnel in various places.  Been Fl|btiif Brash Fires.  This week Mr. Gdhs ,has had his  men out lighting brush fires, which  seemingly originated on the Bank of  England claim, adjoining .'the Rawhide. - It is thought that the fires  started from the sparks from the  C. P. R. locomotives, which are constantly passing up and down. At any  rate the powder house, in which the  Hunter-Kendrick Co. had 250 cases  of powdei, was in danger, and that  firm had the explosive removed to a  place of safety. Mr. Gillis got his  men out two days to fight the fiie, and  several men were also sent out by the  Granby Co., together with several  members of the Phoenix fire department, to assist in .confining the flames.  Fortunately ^.they were successful, al- >  though it iobV^seriSus'two or three r  difteient Ifnies^*^" <��  '"  '*. <;''" '  '#1  ���Am  ���  .wVH J  lift   ,  Ml  ���*?r  J' V*ft'S:ih?i.sVOSJf.''.''';  :��^^P!i'S'|iri;**ll  'ilfc^pif^cH^Sf'  THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  Iiflie Gaii^dian Pan     Gom^eix^  '/������:'���:  m  !^t|��f��^^ 'I'jt :������-". /Rest,'- '$2,000,069;  iSK.  1 'r^!';!?i!:ltp^W;S?'S��'  !'�����:��:  HON. GEO. X. COX, PrtAUat.   ;'     B. E, WALKER, Gmtnl M��n��ger. T  V'wi-  : at phokkijc;.?!, ftf.J;.,;  I'/fffSSfi^^^^  :;:-t;M:;-;EpiTORijiA..v;c  ;;.^No;;cliari|eJ^  in 'the iaborjstriik^::;??It appears ^tbybe  a case ofVwaitf andja Ibngiwait at that;  fejlJiiless .;all|ii|^  :rnore";p^oj)le. m^,M  r^bbr.;:iiay^th(^'year  before gather^  dar^vcountry^oi^a -similar pccastori^'-;  Vjijvtf^u'^iiiiiot^^  ' invitation to Ivou to become one.������'.''l;:?"-.';-'���'!������;:.'���,'���.���  l^^f;;.^^!.y'.^:'V..i:::v^'^^;'y'\H;-/L;'':.;yi.^>:.v;-('j4;;:i>?u'-;^       *������'       '  -'���'������ ���' ������ ������ ^  ioWlig'iif' notices jo and 5 cents per tln^.s'].li&:g  '������N'i-'����.V^^'i.i.,j-ii:*l.ii^i-^^^,'.'.';-��-i-L*n,0j,t|(gi    W/;...  ;;On J account; of delays ifomfstrikts  in; Chicag^^  Grand .Forks,;:,will nbt bidiv in;t!iejtwb  additional: l/furnaces;:"ti'lfV.pii:'jpir~''n'bpiit'.  ;the.;;;;ist;oi^  pPnvei^  1aboutjtIie:sahie!''tim^:"*K^i;:^ '  UNITING  ORAND  TORKS  AND:iOLfJMBIA.  Some oi the Propositions That Have   Been  '.>. >. ���.:: ;...:   --'.fate.i^-x'V:^:;'���':"���:���  The'negotiations lor: the amalgamation of the adjoining cities of Grand  Forks and Columbia are: still in |Sro-  gress.';;';i\v, :;:v. ,';:,���,,'        '';:: ;^V\;;,;V';':;%.:  iColumbiaVproi^  two cities' be divided into three wards  in-;such i^ way that what isnowjthc  city 6i;Cpluiubia^or at least the portion ;of;; it west of ti i6ie.P;R.,track,  shall ^constitute one ward,: the intervening portion ofv iv. between die>M wo  tovvnsl shall be /the center- ��� ward, and  the,:^cityj6fr;Graiid^Forks;shall-be the  third ; wardy^ach ; ward to have ; two  fllderh'i��(^$��^  ;J It also "ca^  tures to be floatedand the money to  t��e:; expended/ by the^present mayor  and i council gof/Column  prpvemei)t of^tliatiphtce aiid for j>ayihg  offp the present indebtedness;; This  would make tlie bonded liiideli^  1       Notice .0 .he Public 'J0H^   A<   CORrElL.  I have opened a   shoeshop   in   the |  Monison-Andi-ison   block,   and   am Provinciai   Land Surxtvok.  i icadv to do all kinds of repairing and Civil and Minim; Kmiini tr.  new work  in  my  line at reasonable kstaiii.ishkp iSSS.  prices.    A specialty of inineis'   boots. PHOENIX and ORAND FORKS, B. C. |  and shoes.    Give me a call.  _   i  _ "ERT ^mws,.   J p y ^theson, !  v *s ��*ow in h.c  New Quarts  Knob HillAv��  The Best of  n. d. piLon.  '  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Cuaianteed.    Impoit-  ed Goods.  INB UOOtS AND SHOPS .MADK TO  ORDI-.R.  I'RACTICAI.    MINERS'  AND   S'ROS-  l'KCTORS'SllOhS   A  .SI'KCIAI.TV.  Corner Phoenix St. and Brooklyn Ave.  INSIJR.XNCK ACKNI,  KIRK, I.IKK, ACUIJ.'M.  CiPiiiiiilKKloner for tukli g Mfliliix "�����  Phoknix, B. C  r. a, scon,  Contractor and Kuii.dkr.  ICSTIMAI KS FtlRNISHhli.  PHOENIX, H.C.  Drutjs   Only  I in   StocK 0  t  V. & X.   'I'll()N P..  H. S. CAVI.KV.  W.  n. COCIIRANI-.  IO.  Pif/;':;'Cbrumbia/';$59,66p'^  GraiidlFdrks / $150/000,;" which/it/^is  proposedLtd consolidtite in a joint���jpan [  of���'���'; J>2bo^pdo,/;;;aiiy:,excess/ bt; thtitwp  'Graiid J.Fdrksi.|$i[5i0^oob,;;;wru'cii//it:p1iis J |v m 1^" ��^ ��� ��� |^ j^. ^,  /Last Sattirifla'j'i  Gmrid Foirks; News; under the ivitiiiagei  men tjof;jE;;, Uf;H all^;^rmerlj|vp!)j'the  |taiT/^fj the/Pi^^]r>f^  inele^Itjus^an;|/eigh>  prihtedjdrj^gbpd'js^  !bJB:���pn^  :^More/itl^n:^/tiipu^  ;pwer^th^sC��;^|;iR|^  ^k|t^|H^i^|y^smei^  .F^rks^^tEv^tthis^^uite';fresj^  J^I^|M^ap|iW  ties^|;i^inplc|^an^  |jijo||||a|^|;b|^|Ru^  th^l^ld^wrJfbuV/vv^^  vfeLabpriandicapital'interested :in7tie  s^ilSl^ttyprfetrie, ^UnitedSStates  havftj/|pcked��|lio':ns;pn whatJit^aiipears  aiiibuiits named being- a/special; debt  oi' the'city iiicurring lhevSanie;i;';-,: "f:;  : " Both/ ��� places'',- are/ to tohseiit/to; tiie  location pi; the/y;;'4yi/;and..';Iv depot iit  the ^dividing   liiie' between the itwb  towns, and each is; to^furnish the road,  free 61 cost,whatever land it/may need  lor depot/ or oilier puri��oses, ih&: de-  jiot/to be )w:atcd iii 6iie; town aiid the  freightsheds;ill the other, suliject"'to  the decision of-the irailxx'ny. / ;/; ,;-, i   r  ��� ;-It is|alsi(Stipulated/:thatialiiiiiJii  cential school shall beestabljslfed; tin  the /bdiiiidnry; line!TwtweeiiVtlm: txvo  towns,1 and/that each town -shall have  alternately/the choiceib(^niaydr,;Grand I  Fork's lo/nave' the 'Iibu6r/first0,;;v.;;;p'v;;;;.'/''  0ir;;QiirUie;'::';ptli^  ;subuiittedJ;/a1/proppsitipi^|i  towns'beiamalgamated uiideria/'nanie  ���iccepi.abie;.tatHe  /R^i^^he/pbsjaPauthorities^  .i:vS-it?is/:Stijj>uiated^tiia^  debte<j^tiess/gof* the}:twp/places-b^:cpnj  ������wiidate(i'iivipii'^i.pw  /b^^pated;liy;:th^jpiilK:]cit  ;}|v'rl)e||e]Mlneijigh^/ts^  ex'tendefe'tp-|C6Jbjn^  ^^^I^IPSsbS (i|!ie'jald|upj;G^veriv-,  /i^if;/ay|ii;ue,;f6}:Gd  .smajlcr/jiit^tbjdieire^  hy;d4ittsi;?#c|/|?^ii:;elecfe  ^tm^jhai LBe�� i n^stalled^ll^lll?) Ifi  |||A||umbfri|^ pit  '^t.a|ilisK^^'.;ii||a'H^  ;^i��elp^th^at|^:an^  ;Klippls;sb^ir be/Mte  |;||l/b|;cif^slial|B^  /^;six^W!^!0^;m^;b^,^  must  General  blacksmithing and  repair shop  CAYLEY & COCHRANE,  Solicitors, Kic.  PHOKNIX, B. C.  The  Druggist  I P. Burns & Co.  PI40KN1X   I  HORSESHOEING o A o SP��CIATY   :   ^ R B.KERR,  Dominion Ave.,    PHOENIX  D. WHITESIDE,  Harrisikk & Soi.iciiok,  OrnvrH'W'lllliimH lllock.  PHOKNIX, B. (,'.  IIKAIl (UKICK I'OK HOtJNDARY CRKKK, (1RKKNWOOH, II. C.  IIKAIUJUAKI'KRS, NKI.SON, II. C.  MAKKKT.    J  t  s  .... He Mi tail lleat Ikhtt. \  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Korks, Sandon, Slocan City,  Silverton, New Denver, Ymir, Salmo, Kossland, Trail, Cascade,  Grand Forks, Greenxvood, Midway, Niagara and Phoenix.  ��� FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY 'IN SEASON.  J  ��� All orders receive prompt attention.  ��� ��������������������������������������������������������������������< ����������������������������������������������������� ���������������������*,,*  Phoenix : Bakery  C. W. GKKKK,  Proc.  Phoenix  Street, ,Opp. P.   O.  Bread Delivered Daily to all  parts of the City.   '  When we wiy we make Rood Ilrend  wenre oul> icixatliiK the words of  out lnauy customers. To the strntlgcr  we nay, Try it mid'be coiuiiiced.  PIES, OAKKS, COOKIKS, D0U0H-  NUTS, Ktc, itlwny. 011 hand.  Light Express in Connection  - V. & N PHONE,, SJ.  C. A. McCLUNG & CO.  IUkkisikk and Soi.iciiok,  notakv i'uiii.ic.  PHOENIX, B.C.  V. &  X.   'PHOXK :k  Olllce,   Sib nl if."    Ave.  ,w",w���a ^ :i::i hav, chain, feed, rolled oats, etc  bought before tt.n rise  nml can q>io!e rlose prices.  ALDHAH & BLUNT,  Mine Surveyors,   ,  ano Draughtsmen.  t '  V. ��c N. 'IMioue, No. 70.        PjtOF.NIX, li. C.  k  W.B. OLSON*  General Contractor  and Builder. ^  ESTIMATES    FURNISHED  Phone: Columbia 35.  l|?Dej)6^atd^^  AirnisKieattl^^sV^  i$SJ^-^I^nse;otfth'0^^  PHOENIX,   B.   0.  pkact;cai. housk ani> sion  PAINTBUS.DHCORaTORS.HTC.  Phocalx. B. C.  Pkoeilx Lodge No. 28,  Knl|bti ol Pythias.  1 MeelK every Tuesdny night  *' 7 3�� pni., MlnerK' Union  Hnll.  Visiting Iirt-tlireu nclcoinc.  C. a/McCliino, K. K. S.  J. A. Clahk.C. c.  (Juotation.s nlveti on  ^triii^ltt  or   itii,K.-i|  chih.  bmrm  Good  Saddle  Horses  and ,  Livery   Rigs  For Hire.  *    Makes Two Round Trip.s Daily Ikr.vnx  -   Phoknix rANn Gkicknwooh.  , ���  iJeaves l'lioenlx >it ft 11. hi. unl I 03 p.in , Phoenix  Time.  "leaves OriM-nwofMl at 11.00 11.in. and 4 p.m,. (Jicinwond  Time, Su'iidavs Iwivts Piiounix at ll::iO n 111., nn<l  Greenwood at 13:80 a.m.  WELLWOOD & BLOOMFIELD,  ' PROPRIETORS.  British Columbian  Liquor Company   manaoi{k  Limited.  f ' "���"   .AGENTS FOR  SvPABST BEER   '  I. 0. 0. F.   Show  Shoe Lodge,' No. 46.  Meets ex'ery Thnrailay  Kx'i> at Mmerh'  Union Hull.    ViMtini; Brethren CoWi-  ally Inviteil.       1). \VniT����iii>K,'N. (>,  Gro. K. Mkad^Kkc.S4C.  BEL L'S  Livwy, STABLES *ND  Phoenix Laundry   J. T. LAWRENCE, Propriktor   During House Cleaning time t My Mon He,P ^p'0^  we give SPECIAL RATES to Fami-? B^dlf.s   cfed  for  .,    s   , ���    ,        -T,    # ' # anddehvered prompt-  lies and Hotels on Blanket;, Curtains, 1 \y t0 ever}-  part of  Etc., for which we have tie  best of j the city.   Send your  facilities. - J order by Phone."  . '    , " ��� ' 11K.ST OI-' WORK GUARANTEED. V. Jfc N. PlfONK NO. 3n. ,  Dominion. Avenue," Adjoining  Butte   Hotel,        -,   , -        Phoenix, U. C.  FKHD  SAr.K  t * J**v thevs^archfightfp^onimbn^eri^^^^^  ���W  AU  \ii   ^^^ng,;{lPWipporiy^Pfl��^St]le#,prptess���|Ort>ls���  lit Ant W -r��i��'t.J'' W^^ri"*!!*���'��. a.~z1 lJiv'"_'. "��� r'-:^'*���.:?:'���: t'.'/'I'-Vr.1';'  ?$$$(an<0:lier-||(:oJ W mp^i jp.p|ff^fl^'  itjiflaiffipffneienM  J wllich^gar^at a t^y^^tpfy^^lipiS^i n:  ^]f^n.w|^J.b'n^u^  ii^l^iVenlp^Gt^ebw^diar  isiitn'.'lAt'   �� ���. !���! ;''_."'-'..-'���:'.:<. L3'l.-'it. IJ 1 iL -'i^'"l' ~;'y- !_-' .1 *���''*��� iiv^-'  IS  I      oci I       (��(>od Saddle, Pack and  in, BELL,     Drivings Horses.   Heavy  Prop.        Draying. Charges   Reas-  '    ,' ' onahlc.  .Complete Line  of Bar Samples  '. i c.  ���-���-���-���-���-i  Knob  Hill  .   Ave.  Ml  LIU.  Bakery  |. McCAGUlv  I'ROPKIKIOK.  V.. & N. Phone, No. 48.  Bread, Cakes,   ies, Etc., Fresh Daily.  IRONSIDES'ADDITION, PHOENIX, B. C. -    Krik D...ivFk\  \ mwm  thesSrenlv.SiiftoiMll^Si^^JcKi^lfeiK^  __  iis|uii^tuHat^ctlmt|o;dt^  ^nikl'jind^Gjree^ 4  celebwtfetheMme^day^  n|^m|ke|a|p^|||w^ i||f|  tfi'*'m^.^iw;!yc^��o^';i��t'K''iViUii:iii'S  ;;.'f.^.J:.'l:^-.i-.ii-'.rtMM ^Al*C>.''ilT lr'#v;.-l��A mr**'.*��� kr>' ."-'.'I nu ~- ._ '._ ; t-_���*.,'.'.v 11-' ���'/'.  ^!|?^0^wHat^tfiey^rfilaboup^  ^n=;s^^it:'tha��iip  ;^h^|!)jl^eai-ties^ta^  iSlff^lP?!^?' ^i"?��!^raos^yirJuieri t ancl  ^^gilW^^lprm "1 is;: stilUprfevelentviii  biddusito^b^oriie:^^^  ^^':i?;H?r^;i^'J^;lH^rvt6w^  ^n?^*irF0?l^^  sriiej t^^ju iriesT; rt^I J S1 s-t goi ng^;/tp^ i>e ^  ta��d;;|uj^grade^  K,aslpite^l,^?:b^inning^to:r^  thn^tliietlobJtiTOctipns^  pe^synJthiSv^iMter^fe^  .mt^puigbu^'wtthi^  ���  -ANICKUN'KOK-  Silver, Silverine and  Gold Filled Cases  Tliey are beauties. Call and ��ee them,  HENDI&SON,  THK   JKWKI.KK.   (  Souvenir Spoons nlwayi in stock.  1  I   111  ������������������ ����������������������*��������*����  '':l'^ii^��^ww^^v  'Sl^iM^^0M^M^\iMii0  im  IV "V  ^'^'i^jia^jrnfirl.V^vflmnlpChv^cKrfiYKiWtfMlAn,^ V.'nf'l-'  ^e^av^jnojlsoimuc^  ^|;i^Wl^f^l^:ai^ni'"tne^  ^l^aiitliiii^lwill^b ^Srrritto^iie  ;mdu's^.a^r|resented^^^  ^^j^ve^ncQuragem  ^im^^iitt^  MlH^Sf1!?!^-^possible "ivnhltriosfr  :W.hfr;M;^^^  W^^^^0^^i\g^o:hofd th^  Furniture  ��������*��������*������*����������*-����������<������*��������������������������������<��������������  ..^...........^..j _N tlijs j.ne we are ��n a better pOSjtjon  *        A   ' .  i ���*���    than ever to supply  the  wants of the  . ���    iiia.u cvci iu supply  Public of Phoenix.  !)���  iliiivjfluijj  CITY SCAVENGER  Leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office  I Bellevue  Hotel, SSSs^c:  This hotel is centrally located, newly built and  newly  fiiinished throughout.     Everything is  first-class.    Bar  , Mocked with the finest.  EDWARD SIMPSON, Prop.  I  NEAT AND  ATTRACTIVE  OVER POST  Z.'     OFFICE  PHOENIX  ITORPRINTING    ^  AT THE PIONEER JOB OFFICE  ] CLARK. <& BINNS,  Old Ironsides Ave.  . /W?u&' ��As&rr ^^t-  ^>SIGN WRITING^P  Paints, Oils, Glass,  Varnishes, etc., etc.  WALL PAPERS, SASH and DOORS  PHOENIX  ���o  REVv'ERV  JULIUS MUELLER, Tkopr.k!  OR.  OUR  MOTTO���Best    Material,    TlioroiiKh  Work, Entire Satisfaction.  J. C GOUPBL, Ageat,  Phoeate Street.  Choice Wines, Liquor.'aiid Cigars alwuys in  btock. Hoard liy <lav orwu*>k. One trial and  yon will remenihef The Maple Leaf Forever.  AH the best hotels in Phoenix serve Phoenix Heer.  Patronize home Industry and  drink Phoenix Beer.  Standard Avenue' and Banner Street.  PHOENIX, B.C.  ���OO-O-0-O-0-O-OH  WffiiMMVBMmmn THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  -' tiii  Rumberg'er <H Taylor  AGENTS   FOR   DOMINION COPPER  COMPANY'S ADDITION TO PHOENIX  Choice Business and Residence Property in  all parts  ���'��� = of  the  City.  What we  Prophesied  LAST APRIL we prophesied that Phoenix would  be shipping more ore than any camp in. British  Columbia before the end of the year.  Over 250,000 tons of ore have been sent out  over the Phoenix branch of the C. P. R. since July, 1900���one year; arid this  camp is today producing more ore than any mining camp in the Province.    .  PHOENIX WILL SHIP AS MUCH OltK IX UKJi AS ALL'OTHER CAMPS'IN BRITISH COLUMBIA TOGETHER.    -  11     l��t us tell you pomething more about Phoenix and its possibilities for investment.   Correspondence promptly answered.  RUMBERGER   &   TAYLOR,  &  &  j&  PHOENIX, B. C.  044-f ��������� ������+�������� ������������<s*1 ����������������������������������������������������4-4+f ��� 4 ��� ������ 4+������4~Mf>  t   J '--        *  X  ���  X  me BUTTE  FRANK GOFORTH, Prop.  ��� *T*III.s popular rcBort k  I    luiit Iiccii rifillol. r  The Beit Appointed and Equipped  Ho.stlery in the Boundaiy.  IS AGAINST PROVINCE gnrwwwwwmwwmwrj  EVTRALATERAL RIG.HTS.  NOTICE  OP   DISSOLUTION.  ( rcfiiniiMlicd nml tlior.  J uiijililv     in-"������"������' -���'  .^...o.u.SfSI WINES, LIQUORS, .and CIGARS.  e<f  wllii    atl  tile J      : ��_ U_.__i ,   llll        til*     IMC ��  cilt-l coin elf I  cut mid t,i)HK L  Telc|iln>lie f  J nlitli  I modern hmi  ��� liiicci), f.uc  DlHtHIICC    ' .  I cmiim'tlim   with   the J  i'llfic -mid U lirnilamir- -  tern for Mane nml Knit-  wnj truffle: miJ every .  ntteiitloM in  gheii In I  the comfuri nml con- I  \eiilrnce   of pMronK. I  i! Tlic hotel linn lii-en cu- "  I lnrijed l>> the nilitltlnu  IMPORTED avi. DOMKSTIC.  j Comfortable Sample  > Kooms for j��  Commercial Travelers  The   Public   Patroiifc  Respectfully Solicited-  XVe ntin tn iiUnse our pre-  Men! lnriie trade hiii)  denene iniiie.  Recent  Memorial    of   Mine  Managers' Association.  I  'some   arguments   punctured  David B. Boile Thinks the Whole Document  Wetk, Inaccurate Dlilnfenuoiie, and  Fatuouily Impolitic.  I III AltD MD PU ��  -     j�� Jt AND ELSEWHERE J* J�� ^  P.. Mills  went   to   Rossland   by  Monday's tinin,  Litl.  t of fifteen   nlcrlj   Tiir- | "~  ,,.  nwhed room*, T   DOMINION  AVK.,      PHOENIX,   B.   C.  CALIFORNIA   WINE   ���DEALERS IN   Fine Wines and   *j*   <��  the  Choicest  of Cigars  CO.,  o  i  Agents for Calgary  Beer.  NELSON, B. C.  PALACE   LIVERY   STABLE  [c and Transfer Line,  Stagi  PHOENIX,  Stage leaves   Phoenix  wood     Leaves (iteenwood  B. C.  David It Bogle has '.vtitten a letter  to the Victoria Colonist embodying  his views in legaid to the recent  mnnircsto sent out by the Miner>Man  ageis' Association, which, generally  speaking, can hardly be said to be  lavoiable to the manilesto, oi the men  tvho formulated the document. The  troubles complained  ot  weie   many,  and Mi. Hogle comments on some ol i me,!ts amounting to   .86 tons  xve.e  them in these wo.ds: made last week.  When the memoiial talks of the extension of the eight-hour law to certain  surface employees, it intends to laise  a spectre of rampant and too hasty  legislative changes in the conditions  obtaining between labor and capital.  The legal status alteied by this law  affected only an infinitesimal number  of men, men who had the safety ol the  mines in theii chatge, and meiely  gave legal sanction to the system already in vogue. Did this law change  the hours ot 20 men in the province  of British Columbia? I do not believe it did.  The unreasonable demands  for in-  Apex Matter Stan* Another Cane of  gallon.  Hiitish Columbia jurisprudence is to  be enriched with another  long costly  lawsuit in which the question of extra-  lateral lights will be the  niain points  at issue.    It is fortunate for the pio-  i vince tiiat the souicc of litigation  has  The Nelson s.neltci is  now treating ibeelt dcme awny with foi claims located  .about 140 tons ot  Silvei Kintt oie pel jsince l8g2>    Tnc case is described as  ' lollows in an exchange:  "One of the most important suits  x\hich lias been entered since theiele-  brated War Eagle and Centre Star  mining suit, will come up for hearing  at the next sitting ol the supieine  cotut, in Octobei.  " The case arises out of an action  entered by S. S. Taylor, K.C, on behalf of the Star Mining Company, of  Sandon,  owners of the Heber l'rac-  dny,  C, W. Abbott lus been called to  California by the seiious illness of his  father.  Last week only 180 tons ol oie  were shipped fiom all the mines in  Rossland.  Ward Lowery left tin Monday's  tiain foi a two months visit to his old  home in Ohio.  Alfied McMillan, after spending ten  days at the Snowshoe, went hack to  Kossland early this xxeek.  A force of 120 men is employed at  theSlocan Stai mine and mill.   Ship  Notice lu hereby given that the ixirlncmhlp  heretofore milwlMliiK between im, the under-  signed, an wholeuile liquor nierchnnU In the  ton-u of Cascade nnd City of 1'huenlx, llrillnh  Ciiluinlna, under the inline, title and firm of V.  Monuler <s:Co , hn��tliln day been dlmtohed by  mutual cuuaenl. All elctiti owing to the wild  nurtnrnihipnre to be paid lo Victor Mounter at  i'lioenlx aforesaid, nnd all claimt iiKaliml the  mild |iiirliiernhipBre lo 1�� presented to the xald  Victor Mounter by whom the name will lie paid.  Dated thin lolli da> of June. A. D , 1901.  I). XV  MORGAN.  XVltnexs to the Higiiature ol David Morgan.  A, M.XVmriitmm.  V. MONNIKtt.  XVituenHlo the Hlirnnt.iie ol X'ictor Mtmulcr,  ,16-je) D. XVlllTKNI !>���'.,  tional and Rabbit Paw claims, adjoining the Slotan Star, for $500,000  against the Byron N. White Company,  tixvneis of the Slocan Star. The latter company are tollowing a lead, the  apex ol which Jiey claim is on  their  ,, , ..    ,       ipiopeity,   wheieas  the  Stai   Mining  S.me So men  have lecently  been , ^   [    >   c}glm t,)at th ., on the  put to work on the   Whitewater linino 1 fIoiJ(lr ]/,actjon  in the Slocan, which had been   closed ! ..'...- ,  down (or some time. J     "l he !)la,nl,f* st��";e tJ,.at, laree <lunn-  . .    ���, r .1    c       l  c-r       c I titles of extiaoidinarily high grade oie  John Slum, of the fi.m ot Slum  & h        f ,   e  bee���  ta'kel)bfrom   their  McCague,   p.oprietors   of  the   City, b     hc ,e of the B  Bake.y,   has sold   out  to Ins partner  ^ 'wh|-    Jom    ���{.,  and gone to the Laido.      ,        ,'     ,,.-., ,  ��� ��� ,   ,, . .   .       ,      "I he suit mxolves the difficulty and  kellys Me..ymake,s-<:ons.st.ngof , .       f thc a;isi  Mr. Kelly and his  ve.satile wile-ap-      ^    he'dd mjni     |aw  peaied at Miners Union hall last week - -  Priday before a small audience.  The  sum of $2,500 has been made  as all these  claims weie staked in the years 1891-  92, and the properties  in question are  MINERAL ACT.  Cerilflcaee of Improvement!.  NOTICIt  Crocker Jack Mineral Claim, alttiatc in Kettle  Kher MiniiiK Division of Yule I>|��trlct.  Where located:   In Krceuuood Cum p.  ThV-c notice that t, (',e<>r��e XV. KuinlKrirer,  l'rco MincrH' Ccrtiflcnte No b 40.38)) ncting for  injiR'lf and ngent for llnrry Nnsh, I'rcc Minera'  Certificate No. b ^1,42^ intend, nixty dnya from  the date hereof to npplj to the mililiiK recorder  for a Certificate ofliuprmemeiiU (or the pur)��K  of obtniuiii|ra Crown (Irani of the uIkivc named  claim  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, muni be commenced before the Issuance of such certificate oflmprovemeiitri.  Dated thin 12L-. day of July, A, I)., tool.  35-44 c.ko. XV. Kumukrrer.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvemenla.  NOT1CK,  Moscow Mineral   lain), oltuate   in   the   Kettle  River   Milling    DimhIoii   of Yale   District.  XVhere located -   In Ureeunood   amp.  Take notice that I, George XV. Runiberger,  Free Mluei'H ertificalc No 1140,388, for myBctf  and agent for J. V. Ilemenwuy Free Miner' a er-  tificateNo 1140,554 and James Morau, Free Mill  er'a ertificalc JSo b 41,419, intend aixty day  froKi the date hereof 10 apply to the ininiiig re  corderfora certificate of iniproxcmcntHfor the  purpose of obtnlniiiK a cron n grant of the above  named claim.  And further take notice thai action, under Sec  lion 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such certificate ol improvements.  Dated this 22nd day of June, A. D , 1901.  32-41 Ci-O. XV. RUMDKKCER  ilEllU  For Rent, the Stemwinder  Hotel, located ou First street,  near Knob Hill avenue. Doing a good business. Will  lease for six months or a year,  furnished. Immediate possession.    Apply,  Ci H. MULL1N,' ?rop.  Phoenix, B. C.  FOR_SALE.  The following valuable freehold property on  Ironaidea Avenue In thc City of Phoenix, B.C.,  ijr lo the XVyukoop-Stepheiu Trai  y, Limited, namely lot 0 In block 4,  i a In block 1, Phoenix, Old Irons  hens Trading  anil  Ironsides  belonging lo  tbe  Company, " '  lota 1 and .  Subdivision.   Lot 9 l��a vacant lot.  On lota 1 and 2 there ia n two-story frame  building now occupied aa atorea and producing a  rental ol JtBoo per annum. An the above com-  pan) la being wound up thla property can be  purchased at a bargain '  For further particular!! apply to  D. XVHITKSIDK,  Solicitor for the Liquidator of the  above named Company.  ,     1 nc  -.inn ui ^ijuu in-, uttn ...uvjei some 0( t|,e most valuable in the Slo  available   for   the  construction   ol  a' ral1.     \  ieceiver  and     ' :":   wagon road Irom Eholt to  Long Lake  nave  ueen   applied  camp, and the work of building it has  wjt|, lne sujt."  formation consist only   in .asking  for commenced. I _'   an injunction  for in connection  what every  reputable company sup-,    A SIX.cia] meeting of the boa.d  of  for (!reen-  ....8a. 111.  ,. 10 a.   111.  Leax^es Phoenix     i P-  Leaves 0 reenwood 4 p.  m.  .Best turnouts in the Boundary.'   Horses well suited for  long drives. COLLINS & flcGILLlS, Props.  O000O0(X>OO0O0OO0O0O(X)OOOO00OO0O00O00O0O0O000O0O0O00OO  .Lion Bottling Works.  Greenwood and  Phoenix, B.C.  Jobbers in...  Wines, Beer and Cigars  ,solj{ agkntj, for1  kkiciisquei.i.kk ski.t- i  hrs- hluh labki, brand ,  tiik most iik.xlthful  and   ki:kki{siiin<;   of  MINKKAI. XVATIiRS (  ORPKKS   BV   TELEPHONE  PROMPfLY  FILLKD.  jt j*   ���   J AS. McCREATH cS: CO.. Props.  O00O00<X)0O000OOOOO0OOOOOO0OO(X)CO0OeOO0OOOO00OOO00OOOO  p. w. Mcdonald -ss  Job Work Promptly Attended to. Phoenix,  B�� C,  Phoenix street (Back ofroatoffice'j) X. & N Phone No. ���  at Cascade last Tuesday;-to-pass upon  ' several applications in that locality.  Ratepaxers  in Greenxvood will x-ote  si\ aer cent debentures     It  xvill  Oncol the Mmous Shay locomotives,  Thanked by the Eagles.  The tollowing resolutions weie carried and recoided upon the books ot  the Fraternal Order of Eaglet Sunday,  July 28th, 1901:  "lie it lesolved, That the Phoenix  Aerie, No. 15S, F. O. E.. heieby  tenders a heaity X'ote ot thanks to all  who took part in making out first  social smoker and entertainment the  giand success which it was.  "lie it ftnthei resolved, That a  special vote of thanks he tendeied the  VICTORIA HOUSE  �����������>��.���������*������>��*���*���)��� t  ����������������������������������������������**���������������.  ������*���������������**��������  i Leading Hotel of Phoenix \  :.................".......   ���������-' -.*���.-  Everything First Class, Electric Lighted, Electric  Bells, Free Sample Rooms,  Finest', Liquors and  Cigars.  Old Ironsides Avenue,  H. C. HOI-EL CO.. Lti>��� Props  I. BERKMAN, Manaoer,  -      -     PHOENIX, B.C.  plies lo its shareholder and the p.ess )icense commissionels   for the Boun.  every   month, and   what  disreputable dm c,eek , ite���se I)istli     was heI(]  com|>anies endeavor ,to conceal���lroni n; r���trai|, i���ot ���fi,��H-i{-ir.-���  them.  As tor the  signal   code, a   uniform  signal code is an  advantage.'   It   the . .  1   ��� 1 .- 1 , ��i   ,?   u,���   ������, next Monday on tne bonus to gix-e the  legislation   complained   of   has   not '       . ��  b.ought   about   a  workable   uniform loLf'. s,"elte'   il  bonus of $3,600,   by  todeflet it be amended till it does.  It mak,l1S tl,e ���mVM'l a.!)resent ,ot "'  js .1 mete triviality to introduce such a ^r1  thing in a memorial  ol   such   porten- l'rol)al;">' ta,r)'  tons gravity. '  The provincial Master and  Servant loi some time in use on the Rossland |  Act is  I piesume, objected to tor   the hill, is to I e utili/ed shortly in hauling'boxing  and wrestling teams who  ex  same reason as  the   Dominion   Alien oies   lro,n   Phoenix   to   the  Gianby  erted   themselves  so  earnestly 111 oui  Laboi   Act.      l'o concluJe,   the  tin- smeller.    The advantage  is  its gieat  ceilainty   and    appiehension   under hauling capacilx.  which capital is kept aie not   likely to      Harvey E. Mitchell, formerly in thc  be allajed bx the memorial   in   which tailuriug business  in  Phoeni.x, is now  the alleged causes ot that ipprehension working some claims  at   Rendell,  on  are desciii>ed. the West Fork, one of xv hich, the Gold  That is the whole case.    It is not a Diop. was iccentl) bonded  foi a good  complaint against legitimate grievances sum.    Mr. Mitchell was  in  town   on  noi an appeal  lot   necessary   iclorms, a xisit last Satuidax.  but an indictment aiiainst the province.      .Some 7,000 aciet ot coal land haxe! Giand   Foiks  Ga7ette,   is now a resi  It is based upon a supposed condition lJeen staked at the headw.iteis ot   the! dent   of   Manila,    Philhpine Islands,  ol affairs which does not   leally   exist  and buttiessed by an ex paite and dis- lMC stakeis a)e H. (J. S.   Heisteiman.  ingenuous citation   ol   ciicumstances, \v_   ;\i   liaikin,   R.  R. Gilpin, A. G.  Fraser, II. P. Toionto, E. I). Dobeiei,  Win.   Wiseman,  J. I..  Wiseman,   M.  Miller,  G.   A. Fiaser and Jos  all of Grand Foik��.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvement;.  NOTICrj.  "Oronoco" and  "Yukon"   Fractional    Mineral  CiainiH, situate in the Kettle River Mining  Dnision of Yale District     XVhere located  Greenwood nmp.  TaLe notice that I,   George XX'.   Runiberger,  Free Miner's   ertificate No b 4o,3��8, intend sixty  da>-> from the date hereof to apply to the Mining  Recorder for certificates of iiupnncmetil for the  purpose of obtaining rrown grants for the abo\e  named claim',.  And further take notice that action, under Sec  tion 37, must Ik: commenced before the issuance  of such certificates of liiipnnement.  Dated this sand day of June. A. D , 1901.  ;2-4I OHO   XX'. RUJIBF.KGFR  r  behnlt upon that night, and lo the  Phoenix Pioneei foi the many coui-  tesies extended to this body and spare  devoted to our attention in connection  with this and othei business peitaming  to the oiuei."  Boundary Man in the Philllplnes.  Eber  C.   Smith, the foundei ol the  north   foik   of  Kettle nvei.    Among ' Mi. Smith was well known in Southern  MINERAL ACT.  Certificates of Improvements.  NOTICK  Alma Fractional and Fairplay Fraction Mineral  lainis    Situate  111    Crand   1 orts M111111B  Div lMOU of Yale District    Where located���111  Crecnnood camp, east of the Cit\ of Phoenix  Take    notic-   that I, John    Louis Grahame  \bbott acting as agent for the British Columbia  (Kossland and Mocau) Mudicale, Limited, Free  Xlinei's certificate No   h 41161, intend 60 da>s  from the date   Iieteof to uppl>   to the Mining  Record    for ctrtificates of Improxeinents for the  purposeofobtaining a Crown Grant of each of  the abo^e claims  And further take notict that action under section 37 must be. comiiieiiced before tin issuance  of such certificates of Improieineuts  Dated this 2fith da\ Januarj, 1901  36 '   L CJ Akiiott  RESORT  HAI.r\0\ 1101" M'lllM.S SXMIVUMM  The most complete H F A I T H  011 the cnntuieiit of North " ~ ��� ~ i _  America Situalid midst  vcencr\ uurivallttl ioi icra"  dtur "noaliUB, Fithinir and Ftciirsums Resident I'Msieiuii and Nurse I'sliKraphic communication uith nil parts of tin world . two  nulls nrn\c and depart c.ict\ da. Its baths  curt all lien oils and uitisciil.u di��ia��s itswut-  ei3 lual all Kidney, r.nerand stomai.li Xilmuils  Ttrnis jisto5it|)si ����tk,-lcconling to usi  deuce 111 hotel 01 mIIiis Ilnlcjcn springs Xr-  row Lake- 11 C  On the Unfair List.  ic Pioneei has been   lequested to  ....HOTEL BROOKLYN....  (Formerly the Metropolitan.) ;���  High class wiues, liquors and cigars always in  stock,  venient sample  room for;; Commercial  Men.  class Cafe in connection,   o ,  ���  '  HifGHIB McGUiRE, Prop.  Con-  First-  Hiitish Columbia, and went to the  antipodes about six months ago Foi  xi hich aie distoited liom their ti tie Fraser, II. P. Toionto, E. 11. I lobeiei,'a time, it is learned fiom a lecent let-  meaning and unlairly applied in their \y,n. Wiseman, J. I.. Wiseman, M.'ter, he was city editoi ot a Manila  real beating. The memorial is xxeak, Miller, G. A. Fiaser and Jos. Waul,' daily���one of those papeis the xeiv  inaccurate, disingenuous and latuouslx   ai| 0f Grand Foik*. * I appearance   ol  which   would   give a  impolitic.   It is apparentlx designed to  i modem newspapci man  the jun jams  lower the ciedit and sulh  the  leputa-1 Mining as an Industry, ,     But Mr. Smith   has  a scheme,   to  tion ot thepiovince among outsiders! Theie is yeailv as much money in-' start a daily theie with Amedtan pi ess publish the loliowini; resolution passed  x\ho are unable to disi liminate be-' vested in mining as theie is in bank dispatches, something foi whuh he bx the Phoenix hades ami Laboi  tween the tiuth and the falsity of thc jng, |jut banking does not prove as safe' sax s there is a lone felt want H\ this Cotimil at its last meeting  statements which it contains, and apt, ���, as piofitable^ns mining. In a time time the daily has piobablx made its| "He it ictolxed, that in view ol the  through ignoiance, to accept without ���| p)0speiiiy thc average banking divi-' appearance, and should be a success, junfaii utteiances and the peisistent  question the inleiences which it draws jg,^ se]dom exceeds 8 pet cent a as Manila has 10,000 white people and | misiepresentation ol the pnm-iples ol  It has unfortunately been endorsed year. . . . I hat mining produces over 300,000 natives. joigauized laboi, and oi_ the pet sons   nicker and trieater   piofits than   anv ]             ,    ��� : ���~��� ] most prominently .identilied  EASTERN  Townships Bank,  ESTABLISHED 1859.  CAPITAL - - ��� - $2,000,000  CAPITAL, PAID UP - $1,742,535  RESERVE FUND  -  -   $1,050,000  ,     BOARD OF DIRECTORS'  R. XV. He.nf.ker, President.  Hon. M. II   CociiitANn, Vtce-Pres. ���  Israel Wood, J. S. Mitchell, C. Stevens, ]. N.  Gnler, N. XV. Thomas, C. II. Kathan, H, II.  Brown, K. C.  HKAD OFFICE, SHKRBROOKK, P. Q.  XVm.   Farwbll,  Gen'l Mgr.,  Jas. Macklnnon,  Assistant Gen'l Mgr.  S. EnoKLL,  Local Mgr.  S F. Mohby, Inspector of Branches.  BRANCHKS.  In Trovince of Quebec���  -  Montreal, B. Austin, Manager. ,  Waterloo, W. I. Briggs, Manager.  Rock Island, S. Stevens, Manager.  Conanivllle, H. F. Williams. Mgr.  Coaticoolc, Ii. X. Robinson, Manager.  Richmond, W. L. Ball, Mgr.  Graub), XV. H. Robinson, Mgr.  ' Bedford, E. XV. Morgan, Mgr.  Huntingdon, A. XV. Watson, Mgr.  Magog, F,. P. Olivier, Mgr.  St. Hjactnthe, J. Laframbolse, Mgr.  Ormstown, W. II. Hargra\e, Mgr.  In Province of British Columbia���  Grand Forks, XX'm Spier, Mgr  I'hoenix, F. XX". .slack, Acting Mgr.  Agents   in    Canada,   Bank  of   Montreal   and  Branches.  "     London, F.ng., Xatiounl Bank of Scotlnnd.  "     Boston, National Exchange Bank  "     New York, National Park Bank.  Collections    made at   all   accessible    points.  Drafts issued for ait} required amounts, good .it  all points 111 Canada,   U S. and F.urope.    !���>-  change bought and sold  SAMfGs   Branch    I)i PASTMi.xr    at     Hack  Ol MCk ^  Interest allowed from elate of deixisit and coni-  pouuded niiniiall> without reiptiring attention of  depositor  Office Hours. 10 ^ salurda\ Irom loto l.  by an association containing men emi- qu  the  with   un-  kossland   district, lliat  Spokane Talk and northern  NELSON   et   FORT   SHEPPARD  KKI) MOUXTAIX U'V.  The 011U all-tail route between all jioiuLs east,  west, and'soiith to Rossland, Nelson and all intermediate points, connecting hi Spokane with  the Great Northern, VorthiTii 1'acifie nml <) R &.  N. Co.  Connects ntNel'un with stcaniei foi Kiislontid  all Koote'll.l\ Lake poults  Connects at Me\er'-. 1 nils with singe dnih lor  Republic, and connects .a Rosslmre: with .tage  daih for Giaud l-*orks and f.rcenwood  Iluffct .sic-pel mil on pisseimei trams between Spokane and Northpcrl  KFM-.CTIVL sl'MHV, MAY 5, 1901  l,ea\e D.nlj Train Arrive  qooa m Spokane    735 p   111  .2*0a   m       ... .Rossland       .     .      4 10 p 111.  oisa  111 NeNon     . ,     ''ISP- ui.  II. A  JACKSON,  Oeu rat Passenger   \gtnt  rownshins Hank.  n'exvspaper.-upon the unfair list.'r  piofits than   any j ....  n'ent in the orofession and practice  of other   industrial  pursuit, is evidenced      Go   to .Zimmerman   lor   watches, Monism in th  mining who' have doubtless accepted  by the scores of multi-millionaires.'"���, clocks and jewelry.    Opposite Eastern j this body phu.e  the  R��ss,ai,."J 'Miner  the general principle of making a com-  National Hanker, of Chicago,  plaint about   matters  wherein   legisla-'��� v'  tion   might   improve   the  conditions. '  under which they xvork, hut who have'  not taken the trouble to investigate the  statements contained in the memorial,  nor to consider'its actual effect. It  would be decidedly to ilie advantage  of the province and to that of their  own reputations, if gentlemen in that  position were to withdraxv Irom an association which has destroyed its reputation and prostituted its representative position, which remains an instrument of evil with no^onger the possi-  j bility of accdnVplishing any good.  $3,000    xj��    IN   PRIZES    ^    $3,000  Only   the  best  of everything  markets.       Home   cooking.  Specialty of Short Orders at all hours.  G. W. BLAKE  Prop.  to be  found  in the  A   trial   solicited.  Opp. Post Office,  DOMINION AVE.  Pert and Pertinent.  "Why did the sideiyalk?"  "Because the elevated road "  "How did the cake walk?"  "The clam -chowder how."  .  "Why was the Venetian blind?"  '^Because the circular saw."  "Why is Russell Sage?"  "Because he gave Henry Clews.''  "Can the sardine box?"  "No, but the tomato can."  "Why did the brandy smash?"  "To make the bar /tender."  "Why wasn't Shamrock' II?"  "Because she xvas built in nineteen  hundred and won."    ,  MONDAY  SEPTEMBER 2nd.  Drillirg Contest,   Atlieiic Sports, Firemen's Tuurname.-t   Horse Racing  The Midway Brass Band will be in Attendance  Special Excursion Rates From All Points in Kootenay  For Sale���5-Octave Piano.   Apply  to Mrs. W. B.Wilicox, Grey Eagle ave. I^ap^  R. W. JAKES, Mayor.  Chairman Executix'e Committee.  M. H. KANE,  Chairman General. Committee.  DUIICAN ROSS,  Secretary.  ..EXCURSIONS.  SIXTY. DAY LIMIT TO BUFFALO VIA ALL RAIL LAKK  ROUTK   S00 LINE  Antrim 16-20.       Sept.. SI 7.       Oct. 1-1  Via st   Paul  in- Oh initio  KOOTENAY    LANDING,   TO  TORONTO;    ONK    CHANGK  "TO BUFFALO       Kor Time-tables, rates   and   full  infurmnliou  call 011 or address nearest local agent, or  O. W. Dkv, E.l.Covi.K..  Agent, A.G.P.Agt.  Phoenix, 15. t,'.   Vancouver, B.C.  |. S.'Carter, D.V. A.,  Nelson, B. C.  ���---MM  ">.    '    >  i/S-  'Ma''  .vPfiJ.nf.il  t-wM'TK-1  ~%W   ,.  >|R| T'  ?J,tr' '  !�����?,�� '  v/.5ii ������*  ^  J*  .  . .  '   1 1  ;'.  X  1*  1 \\  <1:  $>'  ���'��� ������'!'  ;-'j  iH.y.rrz-aii^:--  ������v^'-.��,'tV.''���" ���*! >m  1 i-w.  THE PHOENIX PIONEERS  ���-S��;fe'u.:.l:..,.i.';;'4  1   vilteS'nrV:'.',:"-.!.   r:s$i;:-<-;;  8S&fi)iira<B88i^  " j^^\':,t.Yji;,.^A-.a(.j!-',:;.''i,'.'-.j';^...I^K^^L^HLit ��� - ���  ^OPPOSITE QLI) IRONSIDJES HOl^EL. t;  ^t:;^.:::.,  11^  IJoivrl  ^E^lg6"6DS, B06TS;:v;;^;||HpES,:  Having decided tb close out our Dry;Goods We are  now offering our Entire Dry GSods |Stock -atf GOSSV In-.  '-eluding Carpets and 3ed Sheeting. J Stillhave. a few N6b^  ���i (Stent's ClbWng;^way Downsf Dbtftjoverlook bur Gfcoice;  i.Gent's^Neckties^justre^  ^OLI>: IRONSIDES AVENUE^'.i  flllltifli^  *A^CxjK^CxjCut^fC^<Ctf^C^Ci  ���/SxS/Svit  :;G^��|S^^SfjM^agcr,  ^^Hf^sisgi  H ^  * Vt AperibdfcalStrips' thrdugH;the!Bdundary;  Is^&IP^lSifMcRelveyilforrheflyifOf!  $|j$^Boyiey ^heldrug^s^|and v( Jeo;  moved;(Jntafnew:':,;qua  [ H iillayenue ���: last! M<tf ay^  meet^Me'irf friends;^  Sj|;E;|Keogti��n^^  gett^ftli^  'spentiise^e'r'ai ;,t.3ays;i!(in:.0 the^city^tfiis  .tyeeky0H&dc^  geirftitfteb^  'niill;;at;'Sii&^  "'"* "���"''''*"' ���������������.���'���'���''������-������������-���'���������������������'������^-������'���'^���^���jiij^.^.  ilibrse;  . Jiaying  ^^tplMn..-  l&sirigl'o&th"'^  ��?:|I^t;Satura^^  pif$$elaty^  $484.60 was paid to the laborers, and  i^' 7* tt '|-J t "''   '.'".."fl-'i" 'I* .."' "i"'1' .K-'-iVf    V j ''-������'' "U~ 'pi-'--   ���  ,"iIll''',I(1.'  ;bnU^.;fda)ywOT  ';ci($?ttje;|um^  ^;iDavid;ASStewaifits thefirstHiastor'of  ���i-'lv.\':.,,f'L^> j'''"-.-' '.';;���. .'���'r'-:''im'i:-^iy Jrv*;''-'-.:^';, ;-l'-'i(^'l/i<,/r-.^'-'\Ct-vr':vr,'  tKe.;|iRli'pen^  .ngw^cing'freJief^wprK^^^  jjiti^J'filH^^  pijs|jij^  ,,:i:}%-:,i;;;. BUSINESS '^ENnOl^g;:;^*^  gfl^gingv.h'^  ;tyc^jrtjw^;Mbrikfe^^  ;?|.S'e��"Aiii��stroin\.'^  .irlen^hoJiel;��I5pmini6m  ;"f;See:,Meljor'; for'" j)ainVs'an,d'oilsi'';^t:;^  ;rfQrJ;the*Miner8j;,yn  ^fFi^'Saie^^  fqlMfs';;)y��^  ;:��jGp:'tr^Zimm^^  .Opp^site"Easiern;-:  ���^>[iBa||-?bii^  :;':  ;i^V^:,i:,,,:im^Af^^  ���':���.!  ;g;  f .V /-\  iiv^  k;-/  ^V-^l  i  ���yn  l|  1  i  li  ^  t'C  111?  1  w  1  i]  |  i  I  l  P  f  Yv  ��M��s  *PB  P  s  i/;J  Lv;;:JI  \JL:  yVL  /.'.I'JL;  .;JL4  L  ^  tt',  -v.;,v i(.��,'*i' '.'.<.:-,':���'>���:-' ;,���  -.' . ���"���?'���  ���:'���'  ;:.':-.'.*^^^y^*s;  r.-*i'c-!..^.--��.:;M.  ���.:������-.:���, f  ������'.-���..���;":v  -���.;..':���'���:���.  y,"v.i:i.v,-:  ft ���><".  ;���'..���'. V..T:':  ':Sr:-.-  ������^  '���'���  ^^j^itii^^^  ^/ialreailydeveinifediii;^ ?r^'$^pine.chdiceco  Valreatly devvlnj^d ;jui iWhijiM  i^fCoai'^i^ji'plhiirala^'ifx^  '^.^Ij-iiiciilL'!'^^. ��� ��-^i>is^i^'>^^'^^J?l{'iv^si iJJ'r'.'jll ^'Af--r���-;ii\Cr ��� :^.-.:-^^'-V'i^-'-^^^'����^:.i;  ireaskks Townsite Lois.  ?&^j Q'R(Tjjj:'I'akfes Lot and,Buildup  ft.$t7.-5�� i'i?r'|nont'i' '-���; ^^)er|l'?i;  JSl^^^^^f^VkPays.35 per cent;bn'ni6rieyi;^r.his;iS;a:wiiHier.^'.;:,  and  ;|f|Engirt��^pi^  :VJ&Vi%<ana'S\El?fsur^eTO  town'l'uesday from near Grand Forks,  'arftf��pjl|:j^  ||SiS��Ej|fMciffiiian1''iot^  a day in the city this week, having just  returned from"pttavya and Toronto.  Mr McMillan': still' has the greatest  faith in Phoenix, and is showing it, by  erecting one of the best business blocks  ^s(A;slc^for*th'e;^Miher^  ^i|H|vmMi||iij,^^  lli)r:|||Si'minpns;(j| aeiit istj^'R^iidel 1  ;BIqck^^ire^iiwTOd^  l?';Meliorxd^?raintiriii;;:^^  ��tGbodrcbrhf^ablevrc��rns;ar^^r^  t^tliftvX^Kv?'A lt��;M ten'a  ^;g��g;^:MirS(3ii rt fa'lias: gon  ^viwryefforf Phoenix !^  iWjsiiie'ueBt'iifofR oii���; tfie/jiuiiin.efla-!��jri�� 1 ,'irie^iileiilittiiI^'81refetifd$.yj!F.irafc-'c'iTpi��*��l\iei1;*,;^.'CT!k'.:  ,CjeafSHaya,^filJeri.^s.4  JgPai��rJhangiiig":b^  VS'S.'>!^i-A"��5'!7-t'.^'��!;si&  |;pIelter;uiM^{6nlx^^e^  :and)&iiJ1pys|$m^  headquarters at  Nelson,   was  in; the  tat^erte^iaay^in^e^r^  for,the transportationi (ox 'the^.''Lab'or  -.1 Jiiii'i'nAiAhM'i'lAni! Art'. liAiv''l*rfkl>4 '-;:'* ����.'-:'i-,DL*.n"i  ���;: mine, managers at'Rossland are willing  ^*    !���S-.���'f'^V-'P^^J^^^i'.^^'V>I^.lWl^/'.-^  st;:Sbm^*tim^sjnce|thelPhc<mx'?Bo^^  of 1 rade asked the management of the  commodalidn on the' Boundary trains,  'fbr.Sthe^  'flilniJlipfeUfr^iiMim  r;Stoves and offices, for  rent>in   the  :tt^c1viiij&^^^  Artnu.ri,&��Monkv'?w;&&^sa-:^'fe^*i;i  j.Nitrous oxide.and oxygen for pain-  1.��eeit.ovfMV*frirtVv?rtf'.:foofK%^  .'plpf.jfp^blfinil'Sw;^  ?!^|tjbpd^mfprtei^e^  ^^WBI^KI  Kf itftrttbbiiy;i^  tH^/Snp^sh^mih^,v^;n'as  winter.'|in^^'ndpn'^  riv^;toh''^this'side^bfithe:^ej^  ^;  f^ i|an||pri!ng^|^  rijj^|!||ip^mWn^r|^  V      1*.  Vt  T   (  pand.'   Jltfi  RloMMd^iK^S^Me^>i^:S:^flSv��  'l'-1S-��r*:'^'.''";'"-'tiV^^'"-;'wV-',i,'lA��^V^V^^i-^  blm^iujp!^  l^Hel!adi^'bfJtfie|^^i^^!^  .llna^i'jK^ladi^  ls|tne^ftJ;.t|ciii|s|;tak,fe^  ;i)^i^iy^a^0(Mrinpt||;^^  th^rgarduplis^:lab]brj|^  aiia bgentforjolin JlUlllgau^Free Mlnet^oCti--  Uficite JSiv^B^p^jS; intetid>my;aaysffrolii the  date'.)ie^f.4��'Bjpp)y:Ui.the\miniii^Te^^er'iiar^'a':.  ���H^^R  certificate of improvemenifi 'for. the: porpose^of'  obUtoing^ crown:giant of;ttiejiabove iiajneei  .d^iitt;i?ai.yay.>'*.^?.K'j,iv ?&v.''i;:Si; ���y;i'ifev*'*V <^^::si:f;!'  R;AMfiurtfie^t��lt*?^tI(��::ihrt*aeUo  Section. 37, nlnstbecotuinenced before the Issuance of such ��rtlficate'of naprOT'emeats.   '    ���  V7PBtedthis'9tKaayVbf:AuguBt?imi^'^..'r:S!����"��ft  ;||;3!^8.:;j;;g!f:::.:^0;.;;i:JvG.:y^&M  Terwiers.  '..TeaderawH  HrieliaKcSurclintPlioeniJtjB." <"|'at'the^office"  Of,MejsrB;s"A?dham;-&VBluuj,;Phdeiiix1t*Bi'C.i  Teitf^ to beiti by Thursday ;.AusX-&iiAyifci4  plaiii and specifications can be seen at the. above  office nflerAugr; 15th.  The lowest or anytender  APPLICATION FOR  TRANSFER  lli^ifnrW��oirni��o^  |;t6pme;pt^^in^to'l?e  :|gtK^;ce^brate4'goe^  IjfpiaceSi n .'^Ke^ci t^jtor.^^y5|;^;#s|? I  li^iliiiiiiMil  ||if^!FrH;Ua^r^':aii|8|iii  g^a^eBSf-^ah'd'awHUei^  |f^itt|e^breypu|'alw^  ll^irept/Irbm^tii^ry  ��ipPJEieffiiIl)?TOTO^E^^  \j   ROBERT BARR, Agent, Bellevue Hold, Phoenix''   #  .;;;^s;;|^:iiye^uih8aetv::*:gen^  Jill  ll#ii����s  f^: m y.mW�� ���?>������> ;*m,,:i��f�� y^^^,*^.��:,'^^��<.:'.*df*.f.**V��;'; J  Mv;; .^-i/Jp.,:,?.--,-'-',^,-;^.'^'^;.-/, ;-���.���_:_.���--'.;,--'.,:j ���,:i;-r,"-!1';,-Tx4;,:s'',,,"Irl^v-'t",''i'r?''"���*������;"/,���-:;*:'"-^'.;'"' .���������.-���������'.I'.^'-V.-S^;-!?'/^:!;''!-^''''''.'^!- ��������*'."..'.���.'���'  i ;^������^TTl, :,t'.7v^-'-^Tv-TIT- ~"~  I RSI  -^ft^;;S;|S��ift^p:^^ l)��E.'- ������  SI^^SM^^^Wll^ Il|||F|nes^1^ha^in:^ .('.'  |^ar||DbaW^3|:;  ^t|r|i|oii'iS ni|^|niBi;pi||lTip ENIXJ^  PHOENIX AERIE,  Mcetin��8, ���-.; Suii'days','  '.8;33p.hi.':nt;Mln.  '-''���tin' "'  ��� ���  ;|;;|;fe^;^^:,Op^tp;iii'Tlie^  t^^^^^^^^^^^^i^i^iiix.'  '^���i'^&^-l^&V,"  ;si  ,If ybu haxvainiiiif  fj.^:-"or jirospeet for^iile  Jn:'>t'lidfUH'11."'" n"  t��irL wiHrnimplis  ^'W@B^H^S^^-"fr''r^^"-"^^^^^      ���Vf.��f'S<KkM.Mif-;P.i:K^'.nh.il^teriii��,-:i,;.OiYr^  a^v^!^=����a��a>��^-;:V;Vi^"';cof^ ioiit'itwl.v'';'A(ldrew'.;-';v^;'r'.''O.V.v:U-  ^ifff t jj^id^ ai^llMitliS^^pipsliiirb^  srfc!  '''������'n::'ii>'''��'ti'iiS*;:"K  .....       ., , ...^vt.W.ABBOTT��i';   S-'i'j  "''- ,';'';"'v''.���'.-.''.?..''-���.:....',",.,;.' ������'.'./..''V/'"-..:��� :���.'!���-'' :.'; ���  day Of AugUlt, Ajl��.'i^^^;j^3^;';'fc^��"ii���^'^��'��" J��mui^<ui��m��um��l��l����.i.juiki����m����.  Jelt-;liquor: l>y,retail vIn   the/, ButtewHotet, IIi,   i;Anll(iate;oii/Dominion Aveiioc, City.^'bf Phltetiik;MIR'ajj;  IHii-M^ralutRolbrth.: --/���'��� .���������-'k-.'.~ s.Av..^:tw;-.--/'ll:i'��k?  V��'eo��ea)eaae'����*voo.��V9^ '.  a>  9  a  9  e  eaffltZAHJ^tss'i^M'KiamaroiiOTaKmucnt'Ktj


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