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 (f  ����������������<����������������*���  ���������*-������������������-��� ������ ��+*+���-  : The Payroll of :  I      PHOENIX       !  : Is larger than that of !  j any other Boundary j  ;    Camp. j  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District.  ���f  ?OL.  PHOENIX,BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, AUGUST- u, i9co.  No. 39.  SENT OUT 4,508 TONS  ,���.�����������������������������*���������������  FOR BED ROCK PRICES.  ���������������������*������**������*���������*  Ironsides and Knob Hill Shipments To Date.  STEADY OUTPUT OF FIVE CARS DAILY  'irst-class goods bought by fj  I the carload,!:  ketsoft:  JOT from Local Whdm^Hteid Dealers.  Knob Hill Ten-Drill Compressor Has Arrived  and it Is Now Being Assembled at the New  Compressor House.  ve been shipping exactly one 'month today, the first ore  train being loaded July nth. , This  ore has all come from the Old Ironsides and Knob Hill mines, none having been taken out.of the Victoria ore  bins, which have been filled to overflowing for many weeks. During the  fiscal month a steady output ot five  cars has been maintained every day,  making an average of-150 cars sent to  the smelter thus far, or about 4,5001  tons of ore.  Lately the shipments have not been  ���Big laugh. Act Ill���Bigger laugh.  Act IV*.���-Biggest laugh. East Lynne  was so well received-that "Caprice"  will doubtless also have a large and appreciative audience. A social dance  will be given alter the performance.  lj| so regular, as  the   ei}<m>e  OPPOSITION IS AGAINST THE ORIENTALS.  Test Vote Was Taken In The Railway Committee.   '.'���':  In the railway committee at Victoria  of the 3d of August, 1900, an amendment to the bill incorporating the Vancouver and New Westminster Railway  was moved by Mr., Mclnnes.  - Thjs_aiii��iidji  poration in an European language or  whose name was not on the register of  votes or unless he was a Caucasian or  Indian.   ,  This amendment was of course, intended primarily to exclude Chinese  and Japanese from employment on the  railway. The amendment was strongly opposed by Mr. McPhillips, of Victoria, and others. '   ���'���'.  After a long discussion a vote was  taken and the amendment was declared carried on the following division:  For���Messrs."-.Brown,' Curtis,  '1i*^riiKerT'|-V191^7''Iv5'  ONE MORE SMELTER  To Be Erected at Once in the  Boundary.  SITE IS YET TO BE DECIDED ON  25 per cent cut 011 Ladies "Sylislx" Shirt   Waists  7^%&��an^  Standard Pyritic Smelting Co., Ltd., is Name  of the New Corporation.���Treat Ores By  . a New Process Now in Successful Use.  law, of the firm of Massam & Laidlaw, of Spokane, announced his intention of erecting a smelter in the  Boundary country, for treatment of  ore by the pyritic process���a method  not yet used in British Columbio, but  successfully being utilized in Colorado.  Mr. Laidlaw looked over the desirable points near Grand Forks and  Greenwood, but came to" no conclusion as to where the new reduction  works would be located.  However,  the plant for  the smelter  was orj]Q'fAj^t^^m^taU^--.- ���  Denye  and this.is his first .visit to British  Columbia. He has been spending a  few days at Banff, where he was met  by A. J. McMillan, managing director of the syndicate. The party may  arrive here tomororw, or early next  week.  APPROPRIATION FOR SCHOOL HOUSE.  A .Paltry $1,530 to be Placed In the Estimates.���Totally Inadequate.  Secretary Mathesori of the Phoenix  school board, has been advised by  Alex Robinson, of the provincial department of public instruction, that he  expects to have $i,<;��9_.pl']4itfi*��ia��t'  ALL IS NOW READY  Water   in   Granby   Smelter  Flume Today.  NO MORE DELAY IS NOW ANTICIPATED  Everything Is in Readiness for Starting the Big  Reduction Plant Just Above Grand Forks  ,  ���Gales Shut Down  &  the hew, as well as those familiar with  local conditions, assert with justice  that the above amount is totally inadequate for the needs of this district.  The sum of $1,500 would pay for a  good country school house, with a capacity of about fifty pupils. The; request made of the government was for  a three room building, at least, as  there are now pupils sufficient to fill  a onetbom building, to say nothinir of  smelterdam,-/but the 'a vwiio Ko~-' t , , .,  10 per cent cut in Sun  season's  I Fresh  "Also a Carload of New Potatoes and Dry  fi  Onions direct from California. te  cfn  Notwithstanding this steady output,  the ore bunkers of the two mines shipping have been kept filled continuously  and the force oi men, which was reduced some weeks ago on account of  the workings being choked up with  broken down ore, has been steadily  augmented. There are now above a  hundred miners on the payrolls of the  Miner-Graves    syndicate   here  the needs  of a growing d)v';  Y L-  T;'v;  secretary  hrv  written   ".;.-  V.vln  ilioi.  rcjuestioi.'  P    ''  i'q'--' :..;:i^k5f  'l^n.  ^orad��v/;  ���v.[LL  Hunter, McPhillips, Mounce, Murphy,'  7. The opposition voted solidly for  the exclusion of Chinese and Japnese,  and every supporter of the government  on the committee voted in favor of  these people.  BOUNDARY MINES.  The ore body at the 3Qo-foot level of  comp 1 ete~3efivery wiTh1 trf 11 ree nionrns:  The system of smelting to be followed  is the Standard hot and cold.blast  pyritic, each furnace installed having  a guaranteed daily capacity of zoo  tons.      :  In the meantime the organization  of the company was proceeded with,  and last week there was gazetted the  incorporation of the Standard Pyritic  Smelting company, limited.    The reg-  smaller than a four-ioom school building, should be erected, and offers a  fine site for it ��� in a good location.  Mr. Graves believes it would be short  sighted in the government to put up a  small building, now, when a much  larger one 'will: undoubtedly be required within a few.months. This is  also the opinion of others conversant  with the situation, and an effort will  be   made  to  hava a h  article De-  low, the gates at the Granby smelter  dam atjGrand Forks were closed last  week, and the water has been steadily  raising since then. A telephone message to the Pioneer yesterday fr'"  Jay P. Graves, the manager ..*  that water would be hi;:;'! r.\.i ��� . 1 'j  run into the flum'- -m.-iVv.-. ��� Which  means that the i:'.s- i'i.c;y '-f the smelter will V: S': ;i:i.ii;!,giit once. Mr.  Hiiv,.-,- ,->!��� y stated that every other  r!-ju'ii r., connection with the [[starting  u,y of the:big reduction works is now  complete.     It   is,.��� ..theretVm  e various mines of the syndicate,  from which the chief supply cf ore  will come.  DAM GATES SHUT DOWN.  Granby Smelter Is Close to the Blowing Id,  Point Now.  'I'he big gates at the dam have been  shut down at last,. says the Grand  Forks Gazette, and the water is rapid-  T.j  :ns.;  M  ,arge stock of 'Miners', Build-  Painte  JCl     IS  jemg   added   to   each  ers  -iCS*  week.  Knob Hifl  Compre.sor Here.  , ,T!ie npw  to,L^1     "-      '  Telephone-I  ailv.  vnv.i  03<! Ironsidesi1\yz.,: Phoenix, B, G-  " ''j&m  z&p  Oil     Lu����     \.\ij     ulrill wilO ufl>v/i\��  101   ->WIIIC I    "     ��*  time, arrived yesterday. It is loaded 'I'he Sunset in Deadwood camp has  on four cars, the first of which came | made its first 'shipment'''id the Trail  Thursday night.  The additional plant, which, is in-  U  *  imjj  y  icrc are you going!  To place that order for Groceries?  te would like to have it  \u will always find everything  ded in the grocery line at this  )TOA   -:.'.������' '������ ���';"   -  .  ���    W.  We have arranged for shipment of Butter,  s, Cheese, etc., to come by each refrigerator.  r     order only what we need, so you may always  a#end on fresh goods in these lines.  tended for use in the Knob Hill and  Grey Eagle properties, consists, of a  Rand duplex condensing air compressor of ten drill capacity (similar  to that now in; use on'.the Old Ironsides); two .So-horse power\; boilers,  two 8x12' hoists and a full complement  of. accessories, including air receiver, j  drills, steel rope, ore buckets, etc.  This wi|l give the syndicate a total of  20 air drills, to be used until the new  40-driIl plant is manufactured and  installed.  4 .  iffibis month we offer special  in-  ��|^3ements to the trade.  ill be to your interest to see  at you can do here.  tWe will selfat cost a small line of granite  inware which we have in stock.   Consisting  pally of kitchen utensils.  emhet the place to get satisfaction  1^1 is at  Houston and Tolmle Fight.  Victoria, B. C, Aug. 6.���In his first  speech on the floor of the house John  Houston, member for Nelson, declared himself a supporter of the  government, and proceeded to wake  things up generally. All the cabinet  except Hon. James Dunsmuir, the  premier, came in for general reflections in which the Esquimalt and  Westminster members were dubbed  mossbacks.  After the rising of the house Houston proceeded to town, and meeting  Rod Tolmie credited him with canine  descent, adding, "We'll fix you when  you come back to Kootenay." Rod  replied, "I'll fix you now," and proceeded to pommel him. A punch on  the jaw knocked him out. Some  minutes elapsed before consciousness  returned to the member from Nelson,  who was carried off in a hack spitting  blood and is said to have been seriously hurt.  Comedy Next Monday Night.  Naxt Monday evening "Caprice," or  "In Old Missouri," will be given at  Miners' Union hall by the same company that rendered "East Lynne" so  acceptably on Friday week. The  company comprises Nellie Millis,  Helen D'Este, Hazel Bancroft, F. J.  Miller, C. M. Wilson, George E. Mun-  day, W. A. Trousdale and J. G. Stuttz.  The play is said to be an excellent  comedy���one that anybody and everybody will enjoy. There are four acts,  as follows:    Act I.��� Laugh.    Act II  smelter.  The shaft in the Greyhound, Head-  wood camp, is. now-.'-down 3.2c feet,  and looking well.  J. P. Harlan lias received the nnal  payment of $11,500 on the Marguerite,  in Deadwood camp, from the Quebec  syndicate that took up the bond.  J. Taylor has completed assessment  work on the Sailor, adjoining the Eve  ningStar, in Wellington canyand found  some excellent rock, carrying grey copper.  The railway tunnel on the Snowshoe  is now in nearly 300 feet. I'ipe for  air has been laid to the tunnel and as  soon as the new boiler is running, air  drills will be used.  Eight men are working on the Strawberry, three miles from Eholt, the shaft  being down 125 feet. Some rich copper ore was recently found at this level.  Hewitt Bostcck, M. P., is said to be  one of the owners.  The raise in the east drift at the 100-  foot level of the War Eagle is now up  about 65 feet, and is showing excellent  copper ore. I twill be continued about  30 feet further to connect with the  small shaft sunk in ore close to the  blacksmith shop.  At the regular annual meeting of the  Pathfinder Mining Investment &  Reduction company held in Grand  Forks the following directors were  elected: Thos. I. Parkinson, Wm. A.  Pfiel'er. J. S. Cox, C. N. Mardon and  John Rogers. Colin Campbell was  elected secretary-treasurer.  Five men are at work on J. & R. in  Wellington camp, where they are sinking a shaft, now down about 25 feet.  There is already a four foot ledge in  sight. Development on the Hard!  Cash, adjoining, has also shown some  good, ledges. As the properties are  between thc Golden Crown and Hartford, they are in good company The  Hard Cash was bonded by John Rogers a iew weeks ago for $20,000, to be  worked with the J. & R.  tfieT^MotherTLode has beeri.isttick.  It is expected tnat  development  on  the Hartford will be resuined'^bortlv';    ���   . "-'    '"���'I''-'    .. ^."--Ki  1 1 \  '1  t ' u'~^ brlow'Oreer.wood,  favorably spoken of, but the power is  said to be tied up in litigation.    Up to  this writing nothing definite has been  announced. ,,  Mr. Laidlaw is managing "director  of the Standard Copper Company,  f.i.jiiicd, and the. Standard Pyrijtc  Smelting Company, Limited, which  influential. concerns have all been incorporated this"year"foK'tlie purpose el"  operating Boundary copper properties.  The officers of the Standard Copper  Company are: William Price, president- of the Price Bros. & Co., wholesale lumber merchants and director of  the Union Bank of Canada, president;  Hon. Adelard Turgeon, minister of  colonization and mines for Quebec,  vice-president; H. T. Machin, assistant provincial treasurer of Quebec,  treasurer; R. H. O'Regan, of Quebec,  secretary; and William A. Marsh,  Quebec, president W. A. Marsh & Co.,  wholesale shoe merchants, and director of the Quebec Bank; John Ritchie,  Quebec, piesident of the John Ritchie  Company, wholesale shoe merchants;  Philip Aspenwall,- Spokane, directors;  and Andrew Laidlaw, managing director.  The'new smelting concern will not  only handle the output of its own  properties, but will solicit custom  work. One advantage claimed for  the pyritic. process is the cheapness  with which ores can be reduced. As  the Boundary has many low grade  properties with immense ore bodies,  the new concern will be warmly wel  corned.  wood and the capitalizatipiit  is $500,-;  poo divided rint6^i,pop,pob; shares of  5o.:centS;.each,-;;v:v;;:!Ly) wi-c:\- Vr<A\ 'ArY.y  '!'.-"I.. ��iii:klfi!-i '������-.���iii irj-.e .up.'the work  again ot tc^cS-.i;;^ the young idea iiow  to shoot. Mr. Buckton is especially  desirous that children should be on  hand Monday at the commencement  of the term.  commensurate   with    the   needs   of a  growing town like Phoenix."  ���'���'������ \fc.v'-  * !^ri/-1o��7 rli^. rhildro" w-U n��*    -  LOCAL AND GENERAL.  John Dorsey has begun the erection  of a frame hotel at Hartford Junction.  NION Avenue, -'-''-      -       PHOENIX, B. C.  ' EST-Both Telephones. *^gj  Knob Hill, Old Ironsides and Granby stocks are Booming.  The men in these mines have been buying  largely this week���the best proof of merit.  Quotations by wire received daily from Toronto  and Montreal Stock Exchanges. I offer, subject to previous sale:  5,000 Knob Hill at 60c.  1,500 Granby at 38c  _ Telegraph information sreured fron the east yesterday  indicates strong and advancing market on all Miner-Graves  properties.  Buy quick before the advance.  QiszSo  9  LATE STOCK QUOTATI  ONS.  King  What Leading   Shares   Are   St  for   in  Rossland.  ASKKD  30  i&ri  B. C. Gold l-'ields   iS  2  3  1  IS  13  s  -  tyo  75  57  5i 50  $3-1 50  ���m  ���ttf  3  15  <>M  S  3  2  2  3  35  25  ���iW  12  iS  -  60  57  11  4  2  AH  3  "5  60  6  *'/>  02  95  Sji  >tf  1  1  80  60  "5  95  ?lA  2  I  24  9-3  ���  S5  5  Tnmnrnc( Kenneth)   AM  -J I  2  l'i  !o,'j  nining and Stock Broker,  Old Ironsides Townsite Office.       'Phone, Columbia N0T21".  ..,..PHOENIX, B. C...  London Capitalist Coming,  In a few days Geo. S. Waterlow, of  London. England, will be in Phoenix  lo spend some time at the Snowshoe  mine. Mr. Waterlow is president of  the Rossland and Slocan (li. C.,) Syndicate, owning thc Snowshoe properly,  Yesterday was pay day at the Old  Ironsides, Victoria and Knob Tiill.  Do not forget "Caprice," a comedy  at Miners' Union Hall Monday eyeing. :  The ladies of the Presbyterian church  gave a most enjoyable social last night  at the schoolhouse.  Danger from the brush fires is over  for the present, owing to the steady  rains of the last week.  Prof. Paul Kauffmann, of Greenwood, the music teacher, was in town  two days this week, giving lessons.  McPherson Bros.'sawmill was burned to the ground last Monday night.  Loss $7,500, no insurance. It will be  rebuilt at once.  The wife and family of Nick Tregear,  superintendent of the Winnipeg, arrived in camp yesterday,   to  make  their I  future home at the mine. |  A. A. Batterson, who formerly published the Kettle Falls Courant, will  begin issuing a new weekly at the new  town of Molson some time next week.  Miss Lillian R. Hambly and Ben  F. Fetch were united in marriage at  Greenwood last M hursday by Rev. B.  H. Balderston. Geo. S. McKenzie,  of Phoenix, was best man.  In a few days Loomis, in the Oka-  nagan, will be connected with the outside world by telephone. The line is  nearly completed, and will reach Greenwood and Spokane over the Columbia  wires.  Work has been started on the 50X  65 office and store building of Messrs.  Graves and Williams, on Old Ironsides  avenue. Five cars of lumber arrived  from Grand Forks this week for that  purpose.  Captain Haas, a financial special  officer of the Salvation Army, with  headquarters in Spokane, was in camp  this week. No meetings were held on  account of rain, but in ocher ways the  officer's visit was a success.  Chas. Cumings, one of the Grand  Forks delegates to the convention of  the Associated Boards of Trade last  week in Nelson, was operated on there  for appendicitis last Monday, and is  rapidly recovering.  Next Friday evening Phoenix  Miner's Union No. S will give a Midsummer Ball. As these events are  always great successes, this one will  doubtless be no exception, to the rule,  The best of music will be provided.  J. F. Hemenwny and P.J. l)er-  mody, assisted treasurer and foreman  of the Old Ironsides mine, hied themselves to the Kettle river last Sunday  in search of specimens of the finny  tribe. Up to date they have not announced the result.  Mrs. Dr. Grieve and Miss Irene  Boss, with Mrs. P. li. Ivy, of Bossburg,  accompanied by J. Grant Hinkle, of  Spokane, were the guests of Mrs. Reid  Crowe! 1, over last Sunday. Mrs. Grieve,  who is a sister of Mrs. Crowell, will remain for some little time in Phoenix.  Mr. Hinkle, was a volunteer in the  First Washington regiment, and served in the Phillipiuijs.  ��� tionj;, a't'io^i   .. .-, m\ lou .  The work at the big dam was  rushed to the limit during the past  couple of weeks, Porter Brothers, the  contractors, having put 70 extra men  .on the works last week, and the whole  force kept on -the jump all the time.  Several train loads of gravel were  placed in the river above the dam to  keep the seepage down as small as  possible;: and ii is believed that the  workmen will be able to keep the  work ahead of the rise of the water  from now on until the dam is finished.  The water should be up high enough  to turn into the flume by Wednesday,  and it is probable that as soon as it  can be the gates of the flume will be  opened sufficiently, to allow enough  water down it to swell the caulking and  get the big flume in water-tight condition ready for.therushof the working  stream.  'I'he big crushing rolls at the smelter will be started up just as soon as a  sufficient stream can be turned into  the flume to furnish power, and about  a week after the crushers and sampling  department has started the first oi the  huge furnaces will be blown in and the  smelter will be running.  Grand Porks expects to see the big  reduction plant at work inside the next  couple of weeks, unless some utiforseen  accident occurs to cause further delay.  ���9.--P1  'ake that wij/'u^  -I'Wl        ��� "i  .   ,.   ' c ��.o  'M  1  If  Thinks Molson Will Grow.  The new town of Molson, on the  reservation, 12 miles from Chesaw, has  a great future before it, according to  Prof. Kauffmann, who visited the  place this week. It already has 15 or  20 business houses, and more opening  up. A fine $8,000 hotel, called the  llrahee, is being erected, which will  have a grand opening Sepcember 1st.  An air of prosperity is evident everywhere. The townsite owners have  good financial backing, and are advertising it extensively in the east, a  big rush being anticipated in October  when the reservation opens. A first-  class stage line will connect with the  C.P. R. trains at Midwav.  Broke His Leg.  Al. Blair, an employee of the Golden Crown mine, met with an accident  Monday that will lay him up for a  month or more. He was coining  down out of a stopc, and supposing he  had reached the bottom stepped off the  ladder. Although the distance was  but there or four feet, he broke his  right leg in the fall. Mr. Blair was at  once taken to the hospital at Greenwood where he is receiving every possible care.  Gold  Bricks Too Large.  British Columbia miners should not  make their gold bricks so large. A  special melting pot had to be made for  the one recently senl to New York  from Cariboo. It weighed 7,897  ounces and took four men to place it  on the scales in the Wall street assay  office.���New Denver I.edue.  A Missouri editor, in reply to the  question, "Do hogs p;iv?" !,'a.ys, "A  great many do not. Tlu-y wjll'tako  the paper for several years and then  some day the paper will be .senl back  marked 'reiused.' "  ���-1  1>  rT,T **V"-*n-tw ���* ���v-v^  < I "   1 |t|p  .MMm-im -  SSN!iaP&��3��' ������"  6pJaiaSI?*5i5?'  Ev3aEa��tK'�� .  PHP'  filte  THE PHOENIX PIONEER,  The Phoenix Pioneer*  ISSrKD OX SATVRDAY By THIi  PIOXKEft PUBLISHING CO.  AT r-HOHXIX. n. c.  Thc place where the mines are.  W. B.WILLCOX. Manager.  Columbia Telephone, No. io.        .  Vernon &. Nelaiou Telephone, Jvo. l j.  There arc only ten presidential  tickets before our American cousins  thus far. Its too bad that a few more  could not be found buiore election  day. However, McKinley and Rose-  vclt Iiave.the lead thus-Tar.  ���!    SUBSCRIPTIONS.  J'cr Year..,.......;   !>ix Mouths..:.L..}:......������........',���..;  ;,To Foreign.Countries..., ;.-....  ...$2.00  ...1.25  ... 1.50  .   .Advertising raits furnished on application.  Legal notices 10and scents perliue.  ��� '��� Four -weekly insertion's constitute one month's  l.uvertisiiijr.  Mr. Kruger feathered his | own nest  pretty well when he saw the jig was up  at Pretoria. 'I'he dispatches say that  he Sfnt jT2,ooo,o6o in gold to European banks; and paid his soldiers off in  worthless treasury notes:-  Phoenix Lodge rto, 28, Kuights of Pythias.  Mcits every Tuesday night at S p.m., Miners'  Union Hall.  I.. C. CKAW'FORn, K. R. S.    C. s. THOMPSON. C.C.  Visiting hivthrep welcome.  Church Services.  '-, Presbyterian*'.���-Divine service every Sunday at 11 am. and S:oo o'clock,  Ironsides time, in the schoolhouse.  Everbody cordially invited.  II. S. CAYLICY.  w.n. cocuuAKK|ALDHAn & BLUNT,  1900  AUGUST  1900  Sua..; Mon   Tues   Wed    Tfcu     Fri-Y. Sat  y/l-.  2  Last week's meet ing of the Associated Boards of'Trade of Eastern British  Columbia, at Nelson, was a most successful gathering. Representative, as  it was, of the vast commercial interests  of Kooteriay and Yale, its recommendations, which wiil be found 011 the  third page of this, issue of the Pioneer,  will be read with much interest. Great  good should eventually comhfrnm ihp  D. J. MATHESGN,  INSURANCE AGEKT,  FIRE, LHK, ACCIDENT.  , Commission!* for taking Affirtnvits.  :      Phoemx, B.  R.B.KERR,  Barrister and Solicitor,  ) notary 'public.'..'.''  ��� :;���-,.;���'..    PHOENIX; B. C  A. E. ASHCROFT.  CAYLEY & COCHRANE,  Solicitors, Etc  PHOENIX, B. C.  Mine Surveyors,  and Draughtsmen. .  Phoenix* I). C.  r<KKKK>O<K3<H>0<><>CH><>0<K)KK>:<  rfc j<f  JULIUS MUELLER, Proprietor.  Estm Fine  The Pioneer .  ...Butchers  Of the Camp.  We handle all'Kinds of Beef, Pork, Mutton and Veal   \M  Also Fish, P0u.lt.r3' and Casters in season.  Your Trade Solicited.    Our Prices Are -Right.  Old Ironsides Ave.        PHOENIX, B  The Phoenix Lively Barn aac  **:.���. Feed Staples <j��  WY  fV-'.-v-";-.-  19,  ~20    31  rS?YA$.3>.  .24.  26  27     28  29:,r 30'  ���������s*  25  WHAT THE EDITORS SAY.  TIME TO STOP TIN:  For 1 nurttber of years': past each  successive legislative assembly appears.  to have thought it absolutely needful  to amend the mineral act of this province.. In fact there seems '-Jo be no  erid to it, and even now,it isf evident  that mote changes are contemplated  ut Victoria befoie the legislature nd-  journs from its arduous labors.  'J'he great majority of those interested are fast coming to the conclusion that our mining laws have* had  altogether too much tinkering in the  past. Every-session changes'of some  " sort tire made, and they are not always  for,the better. Instead of assisting  the mining industry, they are hedging  it around with so many laws as to dis-  . John Houston and Joe Martin have  met at Victoria and the legislative halls  still stand. 'I'he militia are held in  readiness.���Slocan Drill.  Judging from   this  morning's  de-  11ATJER & ASHCROFT,  VANCOUVER, II. C.  GREENWOOD, B. C  snatches irom China the seat of pre  varication - has been removed from  Shanghai to Chec-Foo.��� Piovince.  Every solitary British Columbia exchange which has reached the Eagle  this week is up in ink against the Chinese and Japanese flooding this province.���Lardeau Eagle.  The New Denver Ledge wants to be  consideied just frightfully wicked, and  is as well qualified to discuss faith as  an eastern tenderfoot would be to  lecture on poker.��� Toronto Telegram.  SCOn & AtcLAREN,  Contractors and Builders.  Estimates Furnished.    '  PHOENIX, B. C.  ������+������������������ ���+������������++++�����.+���+++++  i  +  The czar has put an end to penal exile  to Siberia and proposes to make that  country a,free colony.    This happens  'ill/Ill!A IICl/S  J. F.WALKER SCO.  Every thing in stock that  should be found in nil Up-to-  date News .and Stationery  establishment.  Daily Papers,  TNRE  t  Patronize home Industry and  drink Phoenix Beer.  Cor. Standard Avenue and Banner^ Street.  PHOENIX., B. c.  <><KH>0<K><>(XKKKK>O<><>(W  Charges Reasonable..  STANDARD AVE, PHOENIX, 15. C.  .    sr^      n-* ^ PHOENIX   !  urns & Co,  MARKET.   JF  ��X LAUNDRY.   :������**   LAWRENCE & WATSON, Props.  Best of work guaranteed.     Specialty of White Shirts.  Basement Miller Blk., Dominion Av.  GOOD CALLED FOR  ANO DELIVERED.  '^?^^>.ra-^;v.v;v^^^  HEAD OFFICE FOR BOUNDARY CREEK, GREENWOOD, I). C,  .-'���'" HEADQUARTERS, NELSON, II. C.  I Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants. f|  2        Markets at Nelson,' Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,  ��� Silverton, New Denver, Ymir, Salmo, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  ��� Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Niagara and Phoenix  I  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  J ���    All orders receive prompt attention. '<?,,.       ���  ���e*��.....��*e������e...e.*��.����oa*��........��������*���������������������������!  h V f ' -  fm: '-.  E8*l        '     ��  wmY  IV m     . -  IP* "  i' j"'   - j  ". r>  '  ���\ '  mm  Tie miiieial act.    'Theie'Ts no need ot  the  constant  additions  and   amendments and they only serve to' confuse  those m6st  interested.    In  lac't,   one  might sa,"tliat we are running' largely  to   paternalism   in   this   regard, r so  anxious  are the  legislators'''^^ get a  whnck in some way at  the  laws  governing- the  greatest industry- of  the  piovince.    Capital will feel better satisfied and come > ia more  abundantly  if it con feel assured  that  no  radical  changes are likely  to  occur in   the  present status.     It  is  time to call a  halt,  and it  is  to be hoped that our  representatives at Victoria will  realize  "this.    '"  Rossland Recoid.  A New York news item states that  a piominent lady ot that city kneads  dough with her gloves on. There is  nothing remaikable about that AVe  need "dough" with our boots on, and  need it with our pants on; and if some  of the many indebted to this office do  not call in soon and settle, we shall  need dough with neither pants nor  boots on.���Cascade Record.  WILL TRY SIX DAYS.  Beginning' tomorrow, the majoritj  of the large working mines in Rossland  J camp will be closed Sunday. This  includes the War Eagle, Centre Star,  LeRoi and a number of others. In  making an announcement' to that  effect the resident officials of those  mines shy:  "The observance of Sunday   as  a  , ' day of rest   is a practice1 which com-  . niendB itself to the conscience and also  to thc business judgment of the civiliz  cd -world, it being to many men a well-  'lecognizcd principle of religious belief,  , while all acknowledge its beneficent in-  ���    fluence in promoting moral and physical welfare,   raising  the standards  of  Jiving and increasing industrial  efficiency.    In   the exigencies which usually accompany  mining 'operations   in  their early stages, and  occasionally in  nil  stages, Sunday work is necessary  to .1 greater or  less degree, but when  circumstances  j)ermit,  mining  operation*) may often be so  conducted  that  very little Sunday work, is necessary.  |'As theresultof practical experience,  it is generally recognized, that the  benefits of Sunday closing are as great  in mining as in any other branch of  industry,,end it should, theiefore, be  adopted to the end "that the best interests of the mine owner and the  miner may be promoted."  Inasmuch an it   has  long been  a  settled theory with   the   majority   o!  miners  that," for many  reasons,   the  mining business could not well   afford  to close Sundays, it will be interesting  fo see how the expeiiment  will work  out.    Nearly  every  labor  union  but  those of the inineri, call for extra  pay  lor   Sunday      work.    Other   mining  concerns have been  in   favor  of the  experiment, but those in- Rossland.are  ihe first to test it on an extensive scale.  There is no reason why it should   not  ���work lo advantage.  F. H. Gagnon, a Frenchman, died  at Eholt last Wednesday, of epilepsy.  He had been drinking heavily lor some  time past and it is said that this was the  principle cause of death. The un-  foitunate man's brother came over from  Nelson and took chaigeof the remains  which-were enterred at Greenwood.,  t  ���  t  t  PirES,  TOBAqCOS AND  Cigars.  DOMINION AVENUE  ' Phoenix, B. C.  Agts. for Spokesman-Review  Corner Dominion Avenue and Banner   Street, Phoenix, B. C.  This Hotel is Hard Finished I Ba r  Furnished with the Fin-  Conveniently Arranged.     J est of Goods.  V**"       Graham & Prendergast, Props.  ������^���M--f-f-f4-M^--��--M-f4-M--M--M-H-��-  Forest fires are somewhat troublesome along the line of the Boundaiy  railway just now.  m  LL persons,, old aud young-, sliould ha\��  tlieir teelli t.xaiiiiiicd oncz every six mouths  by a competc.u dentist.   Decav uill  be  present, and tartar forminp, -w h'icli   nothing but a  through  (.xamiiiatiau  will   reveal.  Professional   sen ice   rendered  in   time  mtain,  hlgli-class; work, less p.uu and great economy.  A tooth filled when decay is in sight will not be  sensitive,^the operation not long, and the fillniE  lasting,  because the operation   has more  ana  bet er structure lo ��ork on.   He is enabled to  make the walls ofthe cavity thicker and stronger,  and with slight danger cf erposintr the ner\e  the dread and fear of all when having teeth filled.  Haxejonr teeth attended to in time.   Do not  procrastinate.   (Jive  the dentist   good    tooth-  striicturetoworkupoii.andhe will render >oi.  excellent sen ice.   Many persons put ofT their  visits to the denti.t when sensitive teeth ha\e  given frequent  naming.   IVith  mind  excited,  body in lusli nc-\ ous tension, and v, ith excruciating pain and suffering written on everv feature,  Uiei come for relitr   How can the dentist be expected lo peiform the best operation when the  patient i�� 111 the worst posublc condition to  receive it?   ir.vour friend is sick do not wait until  he is almost dead before \ oil do somethingfor hnn  01 send for the aoctui.   The doctor mav save him  by coming at the last moment, and should the  patient recover he is liable to have W health  the remainder of his life oil account of not havina  received   proper attention   at  the   right  time:  Likewise, a tootli that is neglected may be tilled  and saved at the last moment, but will probably  have'bad health the rest of its life.   One person  111 a hundred 1ms good teeth, iiiiittviiine persons  111 a hundred could hate good teeth with pfoDer  attention v  PHOENIX  BAKERY.  C. W. Greer, Propr.,  Is ntnking Light, Sweet and Wholesome  Dread, French, Rye or Graham. Leave  3 our orders at the  SHOP:  PHOENIX STREET,  REAR MORRIN- & THOMPSON,  PHOENIX, B. C.  Bells, Free Sample Rooms,  Finest   Liquors and]}  Cigars.  B. C.  HOTEL CO., Ltd., 1'rok  J. JJERKMAN, Manager.  Old Ironsides Avenue,     -       -     PHOENIX, B. C.j  Phoenix Sfioe Shop.  All Work Guaranteed.    Imported Goods.  riNE BOOTS ANO SHOLS MADE TO  OKDER.  PRACTICAL    MIN1ZRS' AND   PROS-  PL'CrORb' SHOES   A  SPECIALTY.  Carpets and Linoleums of'  We have a fine line in all qualities and st3'les.  I It will pa}' you to  examine  aud get  prices.  In Furniture���  We are constantly receiving the  latest,  from  the finest to the cheapest.  CLARK '$��� BINNS,  Furniture, Carpets and Undertaking,  ! OLD IRONSIDES AVE. - < - PHOENIX, B.   C.  MXEVUE HOU  Knob Hill Ave.    Phoenix, B. G.  Corner Phoenix St. and Brooklyn Ave.  DR. R. MATHISON,  DENTIST  Naden-FIood I3Ik.   Greenwood, B.C.  Columbia 'photic, No. 16.  " "      rtsidence, 10.  DANDRUFF *  EDITORIAL COMME^S  Cape Nome is now becoming known  as '"the kind of tnebursted boom,"  SSWNS3  Cured by .Hares  Dandrulf Cure   For sate only by   J. B. BOYLE,  Druggist  and Stationer.  Mrs* Wm. Delahay  Fashionable Dressmaking  Residence, opposite Maudel  & Murphy's livery stable.  This  hotel is centrally located,  newly built and  newly furnished throughout.    Everything is first ���  class.    Bar stocked with the finest.    ���������:''��� ���>"      :  EDWARD SIMPSON, Prop..;  Dominion Ave,  Phoenix, B. C.  $ for a squari: 4>  FOR A SQ.UARI  Ml'.AL GO TO...  , "Pny, Pay, Pay," is a popular refrain.  Jt i<�� |)nrticularly applicable just now  todelinquentsuI��cribers to the Pioneer,  v-ho nfe doubt will act on the suggestion.  The advance oh Pekin by the allied  forces is now in progress, lor ibe relief of the legations. Of course, tin's  gives the veracious correspondent a  bow string to p.'ay.  Fine Wines, Liquors,  and Cigars.  C. W. Thompson & Co.  PROI'RIKTORS.  Meals at All Hours.  The Best the Market   Affords   iDomiraiosi   Avenue,  Phoenix, B. C.  .AND IT'S WORTH  READING  The Job Department of the Pioneer  is not claimed to be the largest nor the  most extensive in British Columbia. It  is, nevertheless, one of the best appointed  establishments in this section, and no  establishment can or does turn out a better quality of work in the line of printed  matter of all kinds.  In short, no better work was ever done  since the world began.    That's why we  think we're entitled to your orders.  Mining work a specialty.  '^ Bojaiiiica Avetttsz,  PHOEMX, B.C.  ^S?3'r^^^SF.i^7|[^Sr��'��^K!!>j��f^^  mm  DOMINION AVE., PHOENIX, B. C.  The -Pioneer Hotel  Finest Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars always in StocU^^J  Comfortable and well Furnished Rooms.  First-Class Dining JUumi and Attentive Waiters. 1  HARRY'NASH, Prof  The Did (oiteii lolri [jpr Company MA  R.'GREIGER, Manager.  AGENTS FOR   TTh^fL^ ^a.     tt^  ���eer  Complete line ofliar Supplies:  ...GREENWOOD, B.C.  Phoenix Stage Line.  Makes Two Round Trips Daily Between Phoenix |  and Greenwood.  Leaves Phoenix at 7.45 a. m. an d 1,30 p. m.   Phoenix Time.  Leaves   Greenwood at 9:00 a. m. and  4:00 p.m.   Greenwood Time. .      '  MANDEL & MURPHY, Props.  The Wrn. Hamilton Manufacturing Company,  Limited.  Peterborough, Ont.,  ���OtDIOOOtt  ��������������������������e  ;m  tl  1"  1L  <���(  G  di  te  1��  d(  lit  Wi  a 1  it;  pi  o[  BAflj   re  mi ^c  "VJ!     ge:  TSBES iiEY MET AT NELSON  associated Boards Of Trade  Of Eastern B. C.  IELD A MOST PROFITABLE SESSION  jtosslond. Nelson, Trail, Fort Steele, Kamloops,  Grand Forks, Greenwood and Phoenix  Each Sent two Delegates.  R. li. Kerr and W. 15. Willcox, the  delegates from the Phoenix Board of  ll'rade to the second annual convention  jyf the Associated Boards of 'l'rade of  Eastern British Columbia, held last  tveek at Nelson, returj  [morning and reportj  maliciously caused, and with means  and authority to extinguish incipient  fires where it is possible so to do."  The working of the new act in regard  to the examination of assayers was  gone into in extenso and condemned,  and the government requestedto change  it so as to make it'inore equitable.  Title of Mineral Claims.  In regard to the surface rights of  mineral claims the convention adopted  the following, introduced by Messrs.  Topping and Galloway:  "Relieving that the titles to Ciown  granted mineral claims should be full  perfect and that all the surface rights of  such claims should belong absolutely  to the grantee; be it.    ���  "Resolved, that this association do  petition the provincial government to  change- to law so that owners of mineral  claims may be allowed to'.acquire the  surface thereof at the same prices that  would be; paid if the purchase were  made underthe Land   Act; 'provided,  adopted recommending a special act to  allow at least one member for Boundary.  The convention placed itself on  record as strongly in favor of proper  representation lor the province in  London, England, and recommended  that at least $25,000 be appropriated  annually for this purpose.  The Kaslo delegation brought in  the matter of a necessity fbr changes  in the means of having limited liability  companies transformed from assessable  to non-assessable or vice versa without  the present expensive and indirect  methods. A resolution was adopted  recommending an amendment to cover  the case.  R. H. Kerr moved that the legislature take steps to compel., its officials  to be as prompt in the discharge of  their duties as are clerks in other lines  of business, citing as an instance of  dilatoriness a case in the Kamloops  registry office. The resolution was  adopted.  LASTMv.M  Townships Bank,  ESTAIJLIS.'IKJ) 1859.  CAPITAL    -     -    -    -    $1,500,006  $900,000  RESERVE FUND  morn    ^ fcxt  day,  lending with a banquet Friday evening,'  [tendered   by   the Nelson   lioard   of  Trade.  The attendance was good, consider-  png the wide extent  of territory   from  givhich the delegates  came.    The  following boards of trade were represent"  L'd:  'Nelson���T. G. Proctor and H. livers;  ���prail���li. S. Topping and D. W.  .Moore; Grand Forks���C. Cum mi tigs  and Ii. Spraggett; Fort Steele���W. B.  Ross and E. F., Hannington; Gre'en-  ���wooJ���C. Scott Galloway and Duncan  Ross; Kamloops���J. M. Harper and  H. G. Ashley; Rossland, W. F. Oliver  ;md A. J.   McMillan; Kaslo���G.   O.  [Buchanan    and   George   Whitesides;  [phoenix��� R. B. Kerr and W. li. Will-  Icox.  J. ,S. C.  Eraser,   of Rossland,   the  retiring   president of   the   association  (was unable to be. present,"   and  after  ibeing welcomed by G. li. Holt,   presi  dent of the Nelson,  (annual address wi  [Jackson';.'-The aj  tstin,  gird, Mr. Fraser's  by  Secretary  Iras- of an   in-  In terse, busi  ius matters  of  [hess interests of  by  the con  The election of officer was.' proceeded with and resulted in the unanimous  choice of J. Roderick Robertson, of Nelson, as president, and If. \V. C. Jackson, of Rossland, as sccretary-treasmer.  'I'he presidents of the affiliated boards  were made ex-officio vice-presidents of  the association.  At this point began the real work of  the convention,   which   consisted   of  ^taking .up   and   passing upon  various  irresolutions which   were  presented  for  ^"/^consideration.     There  were  over   30  T-jsubjects up in this manner andthorough-  '"fly thrashed out and passed verdict on.  i/w-' Official Title of Boundary,  " '.cit-''"  "If.The first topic formally discussed by  iv^pge convention was that of the title.- of  *,lne. lioundary district. The district  ih the Kettle river basin, from Chris-  tlina lake to the West Fork, is very generally known as the Boundary, but  none of the provincial maps indicate it  thus and'persons residing- out of the  -province have but a vague idea of the  real location of the lioundary. To  correct this the representatives of the  Greenwood and Phoenix board introduced a resolution bringing the matter before the government, which  carried.  A resolution was unanimously .passed suggesting that the government make  provisions for quarterly returns of the  development of the mining industry,  llie point being that such statistics  would materially influence investors  and assist promoters in inducing capitalists to direct their attention to the  province.  It was recommended that, as the  government had built a land registry  office at Nelson, filling a long felt want,  the government should be requested to  open it at once.  Platting Townsite  Additions.  The Rossland delegation introduced  a resolution requesting that the government require parties platting townsites  adjoining towns and cities securing the  approval of the municipal authorities,  ���who will see that the streets and alleys  fire laid out in - accordance with the  general plan of the original townsite,  the platting of the proposed additions  or original townsites to be examined  by a government engineer. The resolution was adopted.  A resolution was adopted recommending the government to have maps  of surveyed lands placed in every government office for thc information of  persons,requiring information on the  point, and that the maps be kept corrected to date.  T. G. Proctor moved that the Dominion government be memorialized to  look into the preservation of fishing in  Yale, Cariboo and Kootcnay, and suggesting the placing of fish ladders at  lionnington Falls and other points  where natural obstacles prevent fish  coming into Kootcnay lake and other  inland waters.  Timber Matters.  Col. Topping introduced a resolution, which was- carried,. to the effect  that the title to crown granted mineral  claims should be full and perfect and  that all surface ground and timber on  the claims should revert absolutely to  the grantee.  A resolution by Mr. Buchanan was  to this effect:  "Resolved, that in the opinion of  this association a department of the  public service be organized to which  the duty of the preservation of the forests of thc province should be assigned  and that provisions should be made  for a rigid system of timber ranging,  for a close inquiry into the origin of  timber fires, for the enforcement of  thc law in regard to fires carelessly  or  up the question of defaulting co-owners  in mineral claims, and introduced-a  resolution advocating the adoption of  the law now in force in Colorado and  other states, by which defaulting co-  owners can be advertised out. The  complaining partner has to ' file an  affidavit with the mining recorder that  he has done thc necessary work and  has notified his co-owner but has received no compensation from him.  He must also advertise in the Gazette  and a local paper for 90 days, after  which, if his partner does not pay up,  he is entitled to a title to his share in  the  property.  Messrs. liyers and Ross introduced  a resolution pledging the association  to urge the postoftice department to  establish a daily mail service among  the towns of eastern British Columbia,  where a daily service is in operation,  and that a mail car should' be put on  the Crow's Nest Pass road between  Medicine Hat and Kootenay Landing.  Carried.  The matter of bringing the resources  of British Columbia to the ' attention  of English investors through an exhibit of minerals at the Glasgow, Scotland, exhibition, was-gone into and universally approved, and a resolution  was-.passed recommending the government to take action in this direction.  A resolution, urging the government to appoint a supreme court judge  for the interior to expedite the administration of justice was carried.  R. B. Kerr introduced a resolution  to the effect that the county boundaries should be.adapted to transportation facilities so that communication  may be easy between all parts of each  county, referring especially to Yale and  Kootenay.  Endorsing Railway Charters.  Messrs. Kerr and Spraggett supported a resolution endorsing the application of a Charter -from���the'provincial  government for a railway from Grand  Forks to Carson, to connect with  another line to Republic. The subject  brought out much discussion, and the  following resolution was finally passed:  "Whereas the Associated Boards of  Trade are in favor of unstricted railway  competition. Therefore be it resolved that this association express the  warmest sympathy with the people of  the Boundary country in their struggle  for free railway competition and petition  both the dominion and provincial governments to grant railway charters to  all bona fide applicants in the Boundary country and elsewhere who. are  willing to commence construction without delay."  , Messrs. Harperand Ashley, of Kamloops, offered a resolution to urge the'  freight officials of the C. P. R. to place  the districts of Vernon and Kamloops  on an equality with other districts in  getting their products to the markets  of the Kootenays. This was carried.  Another railway .-proposition was  brought by Messrs. Ross and Hannington, of Ft. Steele, and was dealt  with in the following terms: "Resolved, that the association desires to support any movement tending to the early  construction of a railway from a point  on thc Crow's Nest Pass railway near  Sand Creek in East Kootenay, following the valleys of the Kootenay and  Columbia rivers, to a point at or near  the town of Golden."  A resolution was passed in favor of  a general railway act on American  lines, which read as follows:  "Whereas, great expense is caused by  the need of applying for a special  charter for individual railway companies, this convention favors the passing of a general railway act on the lines  of thc present provincial tramway act,  save that there should be no restriction  as to building to the international  boundary."  At last year's meeting a resolution  was passed recommending the legislature to place the expenditure on roads  and trails under thc charge of a board  of commissioners elected by the people.  A clause was added this year with the  additional suggestion that the local  board of commissioners should have  power to allow claim owners to perform  work on roads and trails under their  supervision, and that the claim owners  have the right to record such work as  assessments upon their claims to an  amount not exceeding $200 for any  one claim.  Redistribution for Boundary.  Duncan Ross, of Greenwood, brought  up the matter of representation of the  Boundary country in thc provincial  legislature. In the district proper, .he  said, 1,300 votes were polled at the  last election and the district has no  member for itself, while constituencies  at the coast with 300 votes have two  members. Air. Kerr pointed out that  the votes polled in the Kootenay were  more than the number polled on Vancouver Island which has fourteen  members. Thc Boundary should have |  two members.    A strong resolution was |  xjctor, and after addresses by J. J. Campbell, of the Hall  Mines smelter, and 1). W. Moore, of  the Trail smelter, a resolution was carried, requesting the dominion government to increase the import duties on  dry white lead (now 5 per cent) and  lilharagc (now free) to 20 percent.  It is believed that this change would  have the effect of providing a profitable home market for about 7000 tons  of lead annually used in the manufacture ol" lead.  Messrs. Oliver and Proctor offered  the following resolution which carried:  "That in the opinion of this association the government should establish  a school of mines at some central  point in the district oi Kootenay or  Yale." ���  It was decided to ask for the establishment of a norma' school at some  central point in the province, Kamloops being recommended.  On motion by Messrs. Spraggett  and Cumings, the convention carried  a resolution recommending the government to adjudicate on applications for  charters under the Rivers and Streams  Act without delay.'The point was  raised in connection with an application -.. for a charter to clean out the  north fork of the Kettle river which  has been hanging fire for a year.  It was resolved that whenever mines  paying royalty on output are situate  within the corporate limits of any city,  20 per cent of said royalty should be  paid over to said municipality by the  provincial government to aid in the  construction and maintenance of roads  to, mines within the limits of such  municipality.  For a Alining Commission.  A resolution-to endorse the government's proposed action in appointing a  mining commission evoked a lengthy  debate, and the speakers were of the  opinion that the laws should not be  changed constantly and without notice.  The following resolution by Messrs.  McMillan and Topping was carried:  "That this meeting strongly 'approves  of the proposal of the government to  appoint a special commission to investigate the workings of the minera  acts and to consider the question of  water rights, and the delegates would  urge upon the government the desirability of making the scope of the commission sufficiently large to embrace  the consideration of how best to raise  and expend funds in connection with  the construction of roads and bridges,  and other means of internal communication, as these matters are so intimately connected with the development of the mineral wealth of thc  province.'"'  Next Meeting at Qreenwood.  The delegation concluded to have  the next session of the association in  Greenwood, one week after the legislature opens. The association was invited to meet in Grand Forks, Greenwood, Phoenix, Fort Steele, Kaslo and  Kamloops.  A delegation including E. Spraggett,  Grand Forks, E. F. Hannington, Foit  Steele, and J. Roderick Robertson,  Nelson, was authorized to present the  resolutions adopted by the association  to the provincial ministers at Victoria.  Another deputation, consisting of  A. J. McMillan, Rossland, R. B. Kerr,  Phoenix, Duncan Ross, Greenwood,  G. 0. Buchanan, Kaslo, Ii. F. Hannington, Fort Steele, and J. R. Robertson, Nelson, was drafted to meet the  proposed.mining commission should it  be appointed by the government.  Have You Seen ?  The display of  Perfumes,  Toilet "Wafers,  And Soaps  ���IN���  Window ?  Prescriptions  a   Specialty.  000  Vernon & Nelson Telephone 1-.  Might Hell.  Opp. McBcan & Co.   Dominion Ave.  Phoenix, B. C.  BOARD OI" DIRKCTORS:  R. W. Henbk'kk, President,' Hon. m. H. Cocii-  hank, Vice-J'res., Israel  Wood, J. S. MiU'liell,  (".. Stevens,  J. N. Galer. N. W.Thowas, C. H.  Kathsm.H. H. Urown. (J. C. *  JIJ'AO OFFICH. SI1HRHROOK1!, I'. Q.  \V��i. Farwk'm., Ucii'1 Mt.r., S. Hi'i-.rcu., Local  Mgr.; S. I-". Mokkv, llranch Inspector.  HUANCHKS.  Waterloo, W.T. Ilriggs, 7*Iaur.ger.  Staiistead, Si Stevens,       "  Cowanville, j. Mackiiuioii, Manager.  Coaticook, II.Austiiii Manager.  Richmond, W. L. Ball,      "  Granby, W. II. Robinson, "  Uedford, li. \V. Morgan;    "  Magog, !���;. P. Oliver, ."..  St. Hyacinthe, J. K. I.a Framlwise, Mgr,  Huntingdon, J-i. N. Robinson, Mgr.  Oriiistowii, II. T. Williams, Mgr.  Grand Forks, 1I.C, J.W. Maclonghliii, Mgr.  Phoenix, Il^c., Win. Spier. *.__^^_  ^^^^^[011    lonal  PaT  Collections' made at all accessihle points.  Drafts is.sued for any required amounts, good in  all points in Canada, U. S. and Enroiie. Exchange hought mid suld.  pavings Hraitch Department at each office. .  Interest allowed from date oCdc|>osit and compounded annually vvithouL requiring attention of  depositor. ,  Office Hours: 10-3; Saturday from 10 to 12  ��_   "''"Tv ..���.    .. _       ..' Hi  [The Most Popular  I       Hotel in Phoenix.  I It.isthe  FAVORITE RESORT for ��|  j( the Weary and Thirsty 'Travellers^  or Wayfarer, and in. consequence|  is becoming noted throughoutthe s  Boundary.' . |  THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  Established 1867.  f Newly Furnished.    Choicest LiquorsJffl  ? and Cigars.    Dining Room First- 8M  �� Class in Every Way. MM  C. W. ABBOTT, Prop.  mm'  PAID-UP-CAPITAL $6,0000.00,  [Six Million Dollars.]  RirSl" . . . $1,000,000  President        ., .Hon. Gko. A. Cox.  General Manager. 1!. E. Walki.r.  Ass't. Gen'l  Manager. J.H. Pi u.mmkr.  This bank has the largest ncaiber of  branches ot any bank in Canada, with  agencies .it New York, Chicago, New  Oi leans, Skagway and Dawsrn City.  GREENWOOD ano PHOENIX, B  ���SOLE AGENTS FOR THE   Lion Brewing Co.  Of Rossland,  the  Largest Brewery in British Columbia.   '  JENERAf.  EXPORT AGENTS  '  KEICHS-  'QUKM.EN  Sclters   Natural   Mineral Water  Wiesisaden, Germany.  Blue Label  JAS. McCREATH &  CO.. Props.  C>OOOOOCOOO(X}OOOOOOCOOGOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCX>00000  Accou n ts of Corporations, Mercban ts  and Individuals iccei\ed on favorable  terms.  Diafts, Commercial Credits, Travel-  loTrcc^  tions made.   .-���"���_ .'.'���'.'  A general Banking,  sacted. ������,���'.������'    i .;��� ...    YY .  Greenwood Branch,  D. A. CAMERON,  Manager.  The Norcten Hotel  J. E. AHLMSTROM, Manager.  Fine Wines*  Liquors and Cigars.  DOMINION AVENUE, -       -        -       -       PHOENIX,  B. C.  The.  e  9-1>-9-9-V-ay-9-*-m-o-9 ��� ���  JOE HEDGES  City Scavenger.  All orders promptly attended to.  Telephone 520 or P. O. Box 50.'!  Office, Standard Ave,  PHOENIX, B. C.  ���-���-��-��  Notice.  Choice wines,  liquors,  and  cigars  always  Board Ity da}' or week.  The Maple L,eaf Forever  in    stock.  One trial and yd it will .remember  Mandei & Mta?pfiyt P^ops.  OLD IRONSIDES AVE. PHOENIX, B. C.  Tfcc Yale-Coitimbia Lumber Co.  LIMITED. .    ..'.''  Manufacturers of all kinds of . ���   ���   .  Rotfgh" and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles,  Mouldings and Tcraings..  Our Present Mill and Yards are Located as Follows:  Nakusp............ mill and yard  Robson ",    "     "      "  Rossland , .   "     "  Ymir   Greenwood���Gen'l office���mill and  vards.  Phoenix.  Eholt No. 1 .  Eholt No. 2..  Deadwood  Rock Creek..  Loner Lake. .  .mil! and vard.  Notice is herehy given that an application will  be made to the Legislative Asseinbly.of the I'ro\-  ince ofliritish Columbia at its next session, for  an Act to incorporate a Company with now er to  construct, equip, maintain, and operate telephone  and telegraph lines wiihiu and throughout the  Province of British Columbia, and to construct,  erect,- aud maintain such and so many pole.s and  other works and devices as the Company deem  necessary.for making, completing, supporting,  using, working, operating and maintaining the  system of communication by telephone and telegraph, and to open or. break up any part or parts  of the said highways or streets as" often as the  said Company, its agents, officers or workmen  think proper, and for the purposes of the.undertaking to purchase, acquire, or lease, and hold  aud sell and dispose oflnnds, buildings or tenements wit hin the limits aforesaid, and to purchase  or lease, for any term of years, any telephone or  telegraph line established, or to be established,  in British Columbia, connected, or to beconntcted  with the line which the Company may construct,  and to amalgamate with or lease, its line orliues,  or any portion or portions thereof, to any company possessing, as proprietor, any line cf telephones cr telegraph communication connecting, or to be connected, with the said Compam '*  line or lines, and to borrow money for the pur  poses cf the Company, and to pledge or mortgage  any of the Company's assets for that purpose,  and to receive bonuses' or privileges from 1113  person or body corporate, -and with all other  usual, necessary or incidental rights, powers or  privileges as may be necessary or incidental  to the attainment cf the above objects, or any of  them.  Dated this 15th day of December, 1S99,  ���''���'" .  J. R. Uuowx,  Solicitor for the Applicants  jgaSp-We are also prepared to deliver lumber to any mining camp.  Our Company is enabled to Supply any order without delay  It is not only a popular idea  But it is a well-known fact that  Is where the Alines are.  "Imperial  Limited''  Service for the year 1900  will be commenced June ioth,  'i'he "Imperial Limited" takes  you across the Continent in four  days without change. It is a  solid vestibulcd train, luxuriously  equipped with every possible  essential for the comfort and convenience of passengers. Ask your  friends who have travelled on it,  or address,  W.F.Anderson,  Trav. Pass. Agent,  Nelson, B.C.  E.J.Covle,  A.G.P.Agt.  Vancouver, B C  ,i-t--��-^-��--f-��-^-��-^-t--f-��-f+-M-f-H"H"M-+^^2  No one will make a mistake by investing in Phoenix.  It has all the elements necessary for the making- of a  large and populous city.  The mines in Phoenix are those which were the  greatest inducement to the C. P. R. when it spent $4,000,-  000 in building its Boundary railway branch. These  mines are just starting upon thc stead}' shipping era,  with thousands of tons of ore on thc dumps.  For information of any kind regarding Phoeuix, or  the prices of property, Avrite,  1  Smoke  Booooo��o**30o��cce*c������*ea*  ��� ���  ��  o  o  ���  s  ���  o  ��  o-  ��  o  o  e  e  ���  Dominion Ave.  Phoenix, B. C.   (  CIGARS,  o   o  UNION MADE  o  o  b*eoeeooecoeooi��e��o��o*��ac*w  T  1    *k    1  Insurance and  Real Estate.. .  Dominion Avenue, PHOENIX, B. C.  Agent For  Candada Life Ins. Co.  London and Lancashire Life Ins.  Co.  Dominion of Canada  Guarantee  and Accident Ins. Co.  Surety Bonds furnished at Low Rates  Offices and I louses always o.i hand for  ren.    Snaps in real estate.  Just Received!  A Case Lot of  ALARM CLOCKS  BREMNER&CO.  MlM.KK Bl.K.,   t'no:.Nix,  B. C.  yr*.  Ml:  H1':  "f ii J  m  m  *:  ! ��^  ���n.^JW|^J��f  '���'.'}^$|��>fift  ^00ystA>  'A?$y%m''������!���  'Mtfiimm-i:':  ' ��� \tyizG@$';Y  V:j[S��(iiJ  ''i'j^fijpi  '.' ^'U^iljijl:.^  ' K'nflf  ^'iffis! -���  'K��r  i ��ii',l?  'm  l   r.?<j  ���M  ��� "tel  T^i  '.*4*f  Aw   1  fSfflK     ,  ��� um '  1W f     i  ' '*���*?<     [  vi 1,  ���*  - >'-if i  A ) ''  J&:  ���^MMti.  ^^^^^H  ^  **Ki  ^�����4  ��� '# a  * 4r 1  %  ��� 3i  -f *��        1  $��� \  > !���"     1  -rt      .1  '-, ��?    1  *���<    1  I     \  r  1  i '.'  I'l'MIIWll  ���,,,      m  ���- 'WW  ��� r* *'i$Ss?/;$fe--  T$Mfy"if*'Rit~v''  sfamMY'  Pll  ���ate  dp  its  i.fe  !��*S  THB PHOENIX PIONEER.  ������win    i i)iin��wu.jiiu '��"��n��|iwwAmjmm;:i.,j"jitg��ii...1 uu.i".��tf��i  In Anything That You Wear.  On account of having received a Large Stock late in the season, we will make it to  your advantage to call and get our prices. We must unload at almost cost, aud yon will  receive the benefit.    We want 3-011 to see our splendid lines of  nW*  THE WYNKOOP-STEPHENS TRADING COMPANY, Ltd.  -DEALERS IN-  UNDERWEAR, ETC.  Rock Bottorrs Priced  Groceries,  Hardware and  Mining Supplies.  We will quote Attractive Prices.  Z  "     ?HOENIX,B.a  6&I  isi-7  m  ?"���?*  m  **  H*  1 (^rt  ���m  j ���f'J  Stei  H  B<��  i��M  ma  (.'9  8<S  I'-aH  (S(('  ftH  ��&<  'an  Efte  H  Gift  ���HI  ��{  M  g��{.  HM  fifef  HH  cooocooco  McRAE  BUILDING, DOMINION   AVENUE,  M. W. CRANE, Prop.  Store,  PHOENIX,  B. C.  R2��  Summit House  ;***^*^^  J. A. MUNSON, Proprietor.      0  T OUR BUSINESS IS  J   Wall Paper  ^ v    Stationer  4>      ,     Blank Books   '  Office Supplies  ,�����T cliurchcs  throughout   Kootenay   and  1   southeast   Yale   are expected  to   be  j present.  ��� ���     School books and school supplies of  "O of all kinds can  be  found  at  Boyle's  O drug store.    New  stock  arrived   this  (j) week.  Jp      Jim Marshall is doing development  Cor. Knob Hill Ave. and First Street,  Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  THE MINERS' EXCHANGE,  Tobacco   OiWc   -Pf���  t      Ji'm AIa"ha" IS doi��S development  lOPacco, Ugais, Etc. ^jwork on^^the Little Bum .^promising  give the returns of the Fitzsimmons . ��� , . .  Ruhlin prize fight._ Newly Furnished and Electric Lighted.    Finest of Liquors  Arthur $.'Williamson, of thc Hunter-  ���.,... , ,, .. _       ������. ���   ,,  Kendrick   Co.,  returned   Wednesday  Cor. Dominion Ave, and H.mncr t>t     '��� PHOBNIX, B. C  from a month's vacation, which - he  spent at San Francisco and other  Pacific coast points.  J. C. Williams, bookkeeper for the  Wynkoop-Stephens Trading Co,, left for  The I. X. L  ear  The  First Class in Every Respect  American nnd European Plane  tore  We are still doing business .at the  oldstaudj on Old Ironsides Avenue, with  the Largest and  Best Selected Stock of  Clothing1, Hats,  ~>ry Goods,  PHOENIX, B. C.  D-e-p-o��  IN THE LOCAL FIELD.  at  The celebrated Blue Ribbon tea  Atorrin   &  Thompson'.".  W. J.. Ross  has nearly  completed  his residence on Brooklyn  avenue.  .Pianos shipped direct  fiom  factory  at factory prices. L. C. Crawford.  Try a pound of Morrin &   Thomn-  son's Mocha and Java coffee.  Last Sunday the  new  Presbvterian  -  ��� church at Grand Forks was dedicated.  The" best that is���Criterion   Blend  ,     coffee at Morrin , &. Thompson's.  -For rent, bfficerooms, 2nd floor Post-  Office Block.        L. c. Crawford.  "      t L)r'-G' S-Gordon> Harry Bell  and  ^   J. Berxman took a trip to Grand Forks  Monday/  The Cascade Record  savs  that  a  covote was shot in the streets  of that  ,    town last week.    -  Alex Henderson, the jeweler, has  begun the erection of a residence on the  New York claim.  ��� A good one and one half story house  forrent, apply to Steve Swanson, shift  boss Old Ironsides'mine.  Perfect printing punctually performed pleases particular people. This is  wheie the Pibneer shines.  Mis. Win. Sprott, wife of   a   well  known business man   in   Greenwood  died in that city last Saturday. '  The Hunter-Kendrick Co.  is about  to take over the   business   heretofoie  conducted by Hunter Bros, at Sandon.  W. J. Cramer, in  the finest  barber]  shop in town, is still doing the  best of  tonsonal work.    Dominion avenue.  .  j  "      For Rent���Residence   in   rear   of  Miners'     Union  Hall,  on   Brooklyn  avenue.   - L. C. Crawford.  If you have a friend in Europe interested in this camp, send him the  Pioneer. The cost is but $2.1:0 oer  year. ��     '  ' The Presbytery of Kootenay wil'  meet m Greenwood the last of August,  and    delegates    from     Presbyterian  lese  co u raged.  H. W. Kent, manager of the Nelson  te Veinon Telephone Co., is arran��in.  to give telephone service to towns- in  East Kootenay.  George R.  Naden,  of Greenwood,  iT weekly meeting of the Phoenix Miners' Union No. S. tonight nominations for officers will be 1 eceived. A  full attendance is requested.  The development work being done  upon the Rockland group, owned by  the Minei-Graves syndicate, is proving  Ugh ted with Electricity  Heated with Hot Air  Hotel  3��g5&sr  itc.,  _-.,   -.   v.,v.v.u.iuuu,   me jMinei-Graves syndicate, is proving  was in town Wednesday, on a  return  that property to be  even richer  than J  trip from an   inspection   of-  Summit anticipated by  its  owners.���Silverton I  cam]) pioperties. Silver tonian.  For instruction on violin, mandolin, Stanley Henderson, mainland mana-  ,and piano see Prof. Kauffmann at ger of the Mutual Life Insurance Co,  'Miners' Union hall every Thursday, of New York, whose headquarters are  afternoon and evening. in Vancouver, was in   town this week  Elmer D.Hall, one of the proprietors  inspecting the local agency, in  charge  of the Pioneer, left  on   Thursday   foi J of L. C. Crawford.  Bossburg to visit his father  and  look      Neil  Stewart, owner of   the   Mint  after some mining interests.       . | hotel buildin�� on   Dominion   avenue,  Table Board, $7 per Week.  E. WEEKS, Prop.    PHOENIX, 13. C.  Metropolitan   &   ^  R. L. MILRS    Pmn 1-^ rf    our stc __^___  to prices, we are TfncTly n  ne and see  you.  As  l, there, too.  L. MILES, Prop.  Under Metropolitan Hotel.  Wm. Spier, manager of the Eastern  Townships Bank, will shortly begin  work on the'erection of a five room  residence in a sightly   location.  The new'Deadwcod postofficeis now  open, with JohnHambly as postmaster.  The department is calling for tenders  to carry the mails to that camp.  Manager Abbott, of the Putte, with  characterise enterprise, had a direct  wire run into his hotel  last night,   to  it  . ...     ��� *,.......\s.t.    UII*I1UC,  started work this week on another story  for the establishment. When completed it will give the hotel greatly improved lacilities for conducting business.  Public Notice.  Notice is hereby given Hint I have nnnnlled  and revoked the Power of Attorney made by nie  in favor of Charles McClmifr of Phoenix In Yale  District, liny niid Grain .Merchant, which said  Power of Attorney was dated on'or about the  soth day July, A. D. 1900.  Dated at Phoenix, II.C, August 1st, 1900.  39 JOSEPH K. HEDGES  Baths 50c, 3 for $1.00  CHAS. SEARS, Mgr.  OLD IRONSIDES AVE. Next door to Wynkoop-Stephens  SK? Sh��P'ClTV Bakerv  ���SLINN&'Mc'CAGUE,  PROPRIETORS.  The  Metropolitan  (Formerly the Coliimhln ir��.-iv  Bread, Cakes, Pies, Etc   Frp��h n*n��"  -o��� ADnrno��, rH0ENIX> B. c, Etc- ^>^;  Rough and  Dressed -  - LUMBER  LATH and SHINGLES.  Coaresponrtence  Solicited  All orders will Receive  . Prompt Attention,  <^E�� SPRAGGETT,  Telephone No. 10 A.  ..GRAND FORKS, B. C.  (Formerly the Columbia Hotel)  RUSSELL BROS., Props,  o o o o  First-class from top to bottom. Finest liquors and cigars.  Come in and try our new pool table and look over the  Mineral Exhibit.  o o o o  Corner Dominion Ave. and Phoenix St.,    Phoenix, B. C   1_  .^atmamx a ~"~     ������  CESMLPron-PflytoAnyPoiot     Q A. McClting  &   Ca,  ����� x-i l ii< ��� tt ..��   T��ii.nh..~ hi- ,n i li  DEALERS  T\T  Prof. Paul Kauffmann,  GREENWOOD, B. C.  CORNER GREENWOOD and  GOVERNMENT STR EETS. ~  Pianos, Organs aud Musical Instruments of All Kinds  Instructions given on All Instruments.  Standard  Avenue.  .DEALERS IN   HAY, GRAIN, FEED, Etc.  All of our goods are now arriving by rail to Phoenix, and we are therefore, preparfd \ quote St  pnees     No need to go to Greenwood orSew^fre  Let us give you figures. -nere'  0 �� ��� # #  C&as. A. McClttug & Co.  We yould sell it.   But there isn't.   Years of  experience has proved this to our satisfaction.  Take our word for it and choose your  next hat from the many styles of this  famous brand which wc are now showing.  ���SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS IN   bj Mi lin s frails IHqfv Bouse taistajs.  .niirrPiTlfiiini  MILUm&Y, Etc.  All the  latest  styles  in  Ladies' and Misses  Trimmed and Untrimmed Millinery.    We carry  complete lines of Ladies' Waists, Skirts, Underwear and Dress Goods.  In the Heart of Famous Greenwood Camp  The Coming Rossland of  the Boundary Country  '������M~M4-M-H-f4-f  250 Feet from the Brooklyn Plant.  One-Half mile from the Ironsides and Knob Hill mines.  Railroad now being completed passes through the town.  Centre of six of the most prominent mines in the entire  Boundary, all of which are producers. Plenty of pure water  from lake on the property.  IN r.ONG DISTANCE  RATES. J��-i'"<-ir  ./V-^v rtS&t^  Dominion Avenue, PJioenix, B. C.  ...REDUCTION  Use Vernon &  Co/s Lines  ii  Spokane, Rossland  and Repofclic.  BATES TO OTHER STATIONS  Proportionately Low.  For Prices and Terms, apply to  flier, (olite, B. C        (iwl l?eiifJte  "3J.3Sf  A  'ts  ti  fel  L  \  r  \  I  1  J  \A  .*,%

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