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The Phoenix Pioneer Dec 21, 1901

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 .,��� ,���i,iin�� camp I" the Boundary in at.  PHOENIX J-  ifvuutviiili'i'-"��'���'>' "���' "liiiiwK and  .., will iiewnoftliiicaWIHind the Hound-  gn- subscribe to the I'HOHNIX PlONBKK.  Daring the year 190a 100,000 TONS  OF ORE were uliipped from the mine* u\  jtPHOEN.IX^  Fur tile first five months of 1901 turr  90,000 ton* of ore were ih4pped,ai at tlie  rale of Joo.oootoun annuahy.  Devoted to the Interests of the Bqundar^ Mining: District.  Vol.. III.  ,i" <:���!���;,  PHOENIX, BRITISH-'.'COLUMBIAN; SATUJflUY, DECEMBER 2., ������ 1901.  No  6.  W>e BIG  STORE.  fishes one and all  of their many patrons a Bright and  Merry Xmas.  SHUNTER.  KENDRICK GO. Ltd.  I  WATER SYSTEM  MM COMPLETED  Official Test; Was Made Last  ,-,���'��� Thursday.  ���K/^~  T.jJ.  :  PUMP N0Wi ,'kvnmw  '���'���'.:' '���:*'{(��� Yi  AT THE LAKE  Six  Powerful Stre4ns  Were U(cd  Same Time In Different Parts  ���dfty���Irtt Wis Satisfactory.  :*��������� "  ���  lhe  the  construction, tlie water system  Phoenix  Water  Supply   Co., Ltd.  p S.-We have a  * package of candy  for every boy and girl  in' Phoenix. Gill at  our Stcre Monday  and''- Tuesday <for7  some.  ���*���=ri  =���"��  After many   unavoidable delays in  of the  Supply  Co., Ltd., is  now complete���rihcjudjiig both domJ  esiit: and lite siirviee.,   Last Thursday  Manager Heme'iiw'ay invited ihe niayor  iiiid.uK'iitheiS'Ol' the  city  council  to  witni ss the final   test  ot   the system,  whit h, was made at the ,s.ime time  at  sii difJeient points.    Pibmplly at  two  o'clock streams weie turned on at lhe  folloujng liydiants;" Gianhy cottages,  Hospital, corner   KnnlT  Hill avenue  and l'iist itieet, eoruei Dominion avenue and   Phoenijt ,stieet,  copier   Do-  minioii avenue and B.utnei stieet  and  on Uiooklyn avenue,   liuth tanks weie  connected, 01,e oil etch side of the hill,  and the stteams that'efime out did not  seem to be any .smaller,, because theie  weie several ol   ihem.    In   lhe  lower  town the test showed a stalic piessuie  ol 1 i5'[4>unds, while it jvas, as expect-  co, somewhat lower at  the hydiants  locaterd in the upper "town,  wheie  ihe  fall is'not so great.   Both 100,000 gal  Ion tanks are   on*- exactly   the   same  level, thereby equalizing   the piessure  on the mains.  As far as can be learned, the test  was most satisl'actoiy to the city fathers',  as-well as to others who observed it.  In. ihe lowei tpwa die pressure was so  heavy that il took several men to hold  the nozzle. The Stieains weie kfcpt on  for an hour, and loweied the tank only  slightly. ^. ; .,-     , ,<  ^  - -The pump At tlie lake. was. started  this week, and is working in good  shape. After filling the tank near it,  it was found that the lake had only  gone down four inches, and i.iiscd an  fiich'^^he' ^nexF^iigtrfr"'" * '���*���  there will be all the wate  domestic uses available from the  lake  for a long time to come.    In addition  to this, the line of pipe irom the Ban  ner spring will alinosuiupply the eii  tire city itself in lhe spritigtiiiie.  The. water works were installed  under the personal supervision of Rolla  Y. Jones, an engineer of siide experience'from S|>okane, and lie lias done a'  good job. The pressure is all that  could be desired, aiid the city', is now  with its hose carts arid hrefightiiig ,ap  paratus, in excellent '.shape to fight any  ordinary blaze that may bieak out.  COPPER MARKET  IS FLUCTUATING  TWO PHOENIX MEN MARRIED.  One Weddloi Wm In Braador, lhe Other In  ���..������Spptabe.'"'':'1",:};/-'-  I'his week two citizelis of Phoenix  have left the estate of single- blessedness, and taken unto themselves wives.  One was married "ht jjraiijjriiii Manitoba, and the other.in SjkiKahe.  Rev. John M. Millar, ,*\t/A., pastpr  of St. Andrews Presbyterian ehtirch in  I ���.���-���������-������  But  Boundary's  Mines  Stand It.  Can  SHORTAGE NOT BELIEVED 10 EXIST  Properties Here Can Wark at a Profit on  10 or 12 Cent Copper, II la Asserted���  Market Expected to Recover.  is peihips needless to say that a num- j DI41    CHIDMpNTC  bei of liiitish   Columbia   mineowneis  DlU     DlIlrlllEllij  would do some close figtuing. Mr.  Miner, whose interests in the Boundary  countiy aie very large, is credited  wiih raying thai he can make money  on j a cent copper, a view that is certainly leassuning, but in the meantime  interest in the situation will remain unabated."  TO REPRESENT THIS SECTION.  'hoenix, when he left here 'rt couple of  weeks ago,' was:', to be married on  Dec. 18th at Hraiulon to, Kliss Helln  Malcolm at the Presbytel ian church  111 Brandon. . Mr. and Mrs. Millar  arc expected to arrive in Phoenix  about the 1st of the new,y:ai, and  will take up housekeeping' in the new  manse now being finished' foi them,  located at the coiner of Grey Kagle  avenue and Second street. A lecep-  tion will probably be given them by  the members of St. Ajidjje'ws chuich  shortly altei their arrival.   ,'  Tuesday atternoon \V. L,'Gennaine,  foi the last two years' office 'man of the  local bianch oi the Huntef-Kendiick  Co., Ltd., left lor Spokane;* wheie he  was to be nianied ThursdftyVto Miss  Amy Peterson. Mr. and}'Mis. Ger-  maiiie aie expected to arrive in ' Phoe-  nit today, and will start housekeeping  in the Boyle block on> Knob Hill  avenue.  Choice goods only at 'McKenzie's  for the holidays. Drop in and look  them over. You'll find something to  please.  BOUNDARY MINING NOTES.  A number of iiieu have recently  been laid off at the Morrison.  S. V. Paiish, manager ofthe B. C.  mine, went easteaily this week.  The shaft on the Carmi is down  200 feet, and ten men are employed.  On the Butcher Boy, Cat mi camp,  the shalt is down 50 feet, 1 and a test  shipment of 200 sacks of'Ore will be  v\t>fi��rent*yf}--i!enl-ta U��e_G����ewwQoA-.sri?.Uek__^Y.  needed for '1 he Morrison Mine, Deadwood  camp, was recently prospected with  the diamond drill, and the same kind  of work continues on the Snowshoe. 1  .As the ^copper mining industry is  lhe chief one of the Boundaiy country,  eveiy one is more 01 less iuteiested in  the present fluctuations in the mai-  kets of the .world of the pi ice of the  red'metal. U lias been asserted that  there is an immense suiplus of copper  being held by the Amalgamated Cop-  pei Co., the gieat Montana pioducer,  but no one has yet been able to locate  that icserve. In fact, those best posted  say theie is no such leserve, but that  the copper kings aro merely playing  the markets for their own ends, and  that shortly, when they get ready, the  m.uket will tecover. Iu the meantime, of course, Amalgamated shaies  have declined one-half, and copper  itselt has gone down two cents or moie.  It is also given out that Amalgamated  and the Rothchilds, who control the  Rio Tinto copper mines iu Spain, are  fighting for ronuol.  Will Not Affect the Boundary.  Most of the great copper pioducers  have no subsidiaiy values, and there-  tore the copper situation is most serious lor them if the decline continues.  In British Columbia it js different, as  theie aie other values in lhe ore besides copper���such as gold and silver.  One who is well informed says that a  gentleman largely iuteiested in Boun-  uaiy mines has stated that the Boundary can work ai a piofit if the price  of copper goes down to 10 cents per  pound. But even if it does, it is not  believed that the [nice will remain at  this low figure for any length of time,  because it is a fact that the demand is  now, notwithstanding the statements  of the copper magnates, greater  than  the suj?pi\v-,���.m^��� ���^.L -   In   this  connection,  the  lo'iiowing"  from  the   Vancouver   Piovince  will  be read with interest:  "If copper should tail to 12 cents  it  Kaslo Board of Trade  Passed a Resolution  Last Week.  The following resolution was passed  by the Kalso Board of Trade, last  week, and sent to tbe Phoenix Board  of/l'iade.  "Wheieas, the piovince of British  Columbia is repiesemed in ths Parliament of Canada by six membeis ofthe  House of Commons and three Sena-  tois; and wheieas the population of  Kootenay and Yale, shown by the  lecent census, is about one-third of  the population of lhe whole province  and of the nine members of both  Commons and Senate only one is  tesident in the southern inteiior of  British Columbia where the business  inteiests aie divcise fiom those of  every other pail of Canada.  "He it resolved, '.hat this board respectfully submits that in the event of  a vacancy Declining in the Senate  lepiesentation of British Columbia,  such vacancy should, as a matter of  fair lepresentation by population and  inteiest, be filled by calling to the  Senate a lesidem of this mining district, familiar with its requirements." "  IN TWO WEEKS  Granby Mines  Will Shortly  Increase.  WILL BE AT LEAST m TONS DAILY  Third Furnace at Smelter to Be Blown In  Second Week In January, and Fourth  Afcout First of February.  - Get something that will please your  wife for a - holiday present at McKenzie's.  Llcenae Meeting at Eholt.  Last Monday the half yearly statutory meeting of the board of license  commissionss of the Boundaiy Creek  license district was held at Eholt.  Thiuy-six applications for renewals of  hotel licenses weie granted as follows  all being for licenses for six months,  but two: Rock Cieek 1, Midway 6,  Boundaiy Falls 2, Deadwood 2, Anaconda 1, llaitford Junction   2,  Eholt  5, Summit City 1, Denoro 2, Fourth  of July Creek 1, Carson 1,' near Columbia 1, Edward's Ferry 1,  Cascade  6, Christina Lake 1, Gladstone r,  Castlegar 1, and between Tiail and  Rossland 1.  Those attending the meeting  were  E. Jacobs of Greenwood, chairman,,  'rrrijrcannon 01 "Gfanu   rui\p,--aiiu  W,   B.   Town send of  Kossland,  and  chief license  inspector  Dinsmore  of  Grand Foiks.  Beginning caily in January, the  Granby mines in this camp will begin  permanently to increase the output of  ore, This is the information given to  lhe Pioneer this week by Supt. Wm.  Yolen Williams, The last pans ofthe  new fin nace have been shipped from  the factory in llip east, and it is expected that the third furnace will be  siaited the second week in January,  the fouith to be blown in shortly afterwards, or about.the 1st of Februaiy.  At present the shipments regulaily  exceed 700 tons of ore per day, and  the 1 equipments of another furnace  mean that 50 per cent, more ore will  be needed to keep the additional furnace in operation, or a total of over  1,000 tons per day. At present the--  smelter keeps.about 10,000 tons of ore  on hand constantly, in case of any un-  forseen contingency that might prevent  regular shipments for a few days; but  this storage capacity will be'increased  as rapidly as possible. Abou- the first  of the new year the increase' of shipments will be inaugurated, and it will  probably mean that additional men  will be employed at the mines to break  and get out ore.  Pretty Cheap Mlnlnf.  Last Sunday the residents of the  city were startled by hearing several  extraordinarily heavy blasts from the  Knob Hill side of the city. By that  explosion something like 3,000 or  4,000 tons of ore were broken down at  one time, making probably the cheapest mining that was ever done in the  province of British Columbia.  Three 18 foot holes were drilled in  the wall or e.ist side of the glory  hole  or ore   quarry,   and    were    heavily  chargea,  tlie result  oeiug -uo ���w-��� -  stated.  Much   the   best,   at   Boyle's.  Other stores are Growing  in size. This store is growing in Business.  Christmas, Christmas  If you want to find fault  with the store, tell us. If you  want to praise it, tell other  people.  S the holiday season approaches^ the thriftyhousewife looks aroundJor the many little ingredients that go to make up the special "Xmas Cooking/'  ��� Thev are here in abundance* Never before! has >bur stock been socomplete; as it is now. Not an article that tends to make a grocery stock attractive has been overlooked. You will find herehosts of the little necessary GROCERIES that are UNOBTAINABLE ELSEW Our aim  is to make the Month of DECEMBER a RECORD BREAKER in a buiinessway^^o^ will help us do so, if PRICES and QUALITY of GOODS  play any part in your Purchases, y                :. V" "V'K ;.':r,;':;.;  r  Christmas  China  Imported direct from Germany.  We have Two Cratesfulof these goods  which we will make special prices on  so that we can clear them all out this  season. They will be on display in  our Cliocery department on Monday.  Mustards, Fancy Mugs, Shaving  Mugs, Spoon Holders, Sugar and  Creams, Tea Setts, Porridge Setts,  Syrup Jugs, Milk Jugs, Chocolate  .Jtigs, Water Jugs, Table Setts, Tray  Cabarets, Plates, Celeries, etc.in endless assortment.  We have   16,   only;   Hanging  Lamps to cleai at cost.  Ri ht here we wish to say thatwe are^not going PulofBusiness for we are satisisfied with the treatment given us by the residents of Phoenix*  Wehave striven to to do what is right and. pur efforts have been rewarded by a liberal patronage.  Peels  best Assorted Stock-  ���Lemon,   Orange,   Citron.    Assorted in 1 lb.  and 7 lb. boxes,  i      ';  Nuts  Walnuts       Almonds  Peanuts ���     Braail's-'?-.  Pecans Filbqi'.s  ji cenU per pound. ���  Currants  . ":��� Felatias, Patras, Vas-  ��� - 4-i*7.as, in, bulk-e-r pack-  ;. ���.'_?��<-;,,..j!..������..���_.-,_...'���'..  :Raisins'-' ,u-- v   ���  London Layers, Valen-  cias, Muscatels, Oreece  Sultanas, Fancy Seeded  in packages.  Sundries  French  Cherries,   pat.  Decorating Candy,  Pulverized Sugar  Oranges, Lemons,  Cranberries, Plum  Pudding.  Prepared Icings  (R;ndy to Apply.)  Chocolate, Lemon,  Pearl White, Pink,  2 pkgs 25c.  Extracts  Lemon, Orange,  Vanilla, Pineapple  Cinnimon, Raspberry  Strawberry, Banana,  Fruit Colors,  Kola Nut.  Fancy Bottled  Goods  for Xmas  tables.  Pickled Walnuts  "     Anchovies  "     Tomatoes  Tomato Preserves  Indian Chutney  Mexican Hot  Bloater Paste  Patted Bloater  Preserved Ginger  Spanish Olives  Mushroon Catsup  Essence of Anchovies  Salad Dressing  Lucca Oil  Stuffed Olives  Imperial Cheese  Rocquefort Cheese  r  ��Ir 5*4 Ae Star Acme, German Acme, MeMac Hockey,  O? JTvc��lL<g& etc., in Boys, Mens'and Ladies'" sizes'.  from a boys Ail gun to a  Savage Rifle.  5Knjvei;, l\pifa..Spoons,.Tea Setts, Bread Knives, Fruit Spoons.     Carving  Serts'ffom'-$'1:50 to $10.00 per sett.  You Will Find in our Hardware Department Christmas Gifts of a Substantial  Character.   Such as your friends appreciate.   Don't forget that we carry a full  line of Ranges Cooking and  Heating Stoyes.  An   appropiiate  Christmas   Gift is a  Grand . Rapids  Carpet Sweeper.  We have them at $3.00 each.  Sec our New Empire  Sewing Machines  at $35.00.    Sold on easy monthly payments.  Pocket Knives  from 10 cents to $3.00 each.  Christmas  Turkey  ��� u  We can save you money  on your Xmas Turkeys, as we are getting a shipment direct from the Territories. Do not place your orders till  you get our prices.  Candles  Special shipment of Fancy  Colored Candles for Chiistmas Decoration. They give different colored  lights���8 in a set, at 50c. These are  the popular light for Christmas eve.  by the pail or barrel at  15 cents per pound (mixed). Fancy  Bon Bons in boxes 35 cents.  Figs and Dates in bulk  and   package.  Phone No* 5  POST OFFICE B1LOCK.  Prompt  Free  Delivery  n  i  ! ;  ��� ��� ,i  \\\  i  if.  1:  ���i i  'I-!  'i J  1 I'  ��  ., r~T- ?���-    i, ^."i;.      .*' -', �� \ *- 'e -"   '.-���  -    *-     * ".,-   ,TT .��� ~7?���.1  Ik'1- ���'��  7��r.t'.i  .-��...��� ��� ���w ���-.?,.9f,,.y.. *rx.i<w;.m&m>&^^^m^^m^mm^mm^^m THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  W   i  ?��� i '  / *Yl  't *t  if  Jv  'v- I  \  -  t * t       -^    -  ..  V  \i  ,t    ��  VJ~,J  ~ V  .TV >  Y\-  1, f* f-  .^���"���������������������������������������-���������4-M  ���M-M-M-f ���������������� + + ��� �� �� ��++���++++++  i The Canadian Bank of Commerce  x  i  i  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO,  vf      j*      Rest, $2,000,000.  HON. GEO. A. COX, PruMont. JJ. E. WALKER, General Marugtr.  ). H. PLUMMER, Au't G��n'l M*iug��r.  t Capital, $8,000,000.  X  r  I H. R- DAVIDSON, Acting Mgr. Greenwood Branch \  t x  ai> i' meieb/'iii its infancy. Next  yeai there is every reason to believe  that oie valued at over five millions  of dollars will be taken from our mines.  The Phoenix Pioneer.  IfcSPUO ON SATI'KDA\ IIV TJtK  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  . AT WOKMX. ��  c.  W. B.WILLCOX. Manager.  t-i���,.i,������m   I Business office No 14  Telephone*   j Mall���K<.,i8 rekidtnce, No. 15.  SUBSCKIJTIONS IN ADVA.SCK.  ���er Year      ....  -ix Months     I    ..    .    To Foreign Countries  3 <*>  if you arc not n sulwcrilwr to this paper, tills  than tin Itutloii to \ 011 to become one.  Advertising rates furnished on application.  Legal notices 10 and j cents per line.  Vour \vtckl> insertioun constitute one mouth's  vdvertlsine.  their green-backs lor spciie, I hey onl)  wantwl to knou that the government  was rrmlv to do it. And Horace <Jreule\  was right, Tlie <l��y cpecie pavmenis  were resumed, the amount of men-  backs prevented for redemption was to  email Unit people Ik #111 to wonder hIiv  specie jiaymenis hud not bten restiiiieil  months before.  So with son/ideiH'ein mines and otliei  business eutei prises in  British Coluin-  ���>ir.   T-ct the people announce the fan  that they lnue uinfideuco, and cunil-  ���*J00jdence will be i����lorod eo quickly tlutl  1,5'people Hill wonder why it ��ase\<>r lost.  Shouting 'ihnt nun and putting on a  poor mouth is not the way to region*  confidence,     l'loilaiin  the fuels at* to  what our mines and Bmelteis arc doiiij:  nnd what our people intend to do, and  it ��i!l lie surpribiu); the inliueiico Mich  proclamations \\ill have 111 giving out-  Hideruconlideuie 111 British Columbia.  From tiie attendance of late at the  l'hoenix Public School, it appears that  the city will receive trom the government next jeai the sum of $1,400 for  the expenses ofthe local school. This  is based on an aveiage of 70 scholars  for the last quaiter. This amount  will haidly meet all the expenses, and  the city will provide the rest, accoid-  ing to the new School Act.  Hon. U'ilmer C. Wells,  chief commissions of land and woiks, has relumed horn the east, and is once mote  relating ihe lesult of his  visit  to  the  Dominion capital,  which summed i-p  is as follows:  The Dominion government may 01 may not assist the Coast 1  Kootenay 1 ail way ;   it may or may not  bonus the Canadian Noitliern railway,  and it may 01   may   not  contribute to  the building of the New Westminster  biidge.     Hut  the province will  foot  .Mi. Wells' bills for securing the vain  able 111I01 in.ition.  It is announced thai steps are now  .being taken f.>r ���the',reorganization of  the Atliiilwsca mine, ami that the pios-  pects arc yood for an early resumption  of work. ;,"'    ; :  It is''{jiven' out that the Kingston  group,-adjoining the Nickel Place, in  the Siinilkaineen, has been bonded to  eastern Canadian capitalists lor $100,-  000, am: that development on an extensive Male will soon be instituted.  The lDiii 1I1 dividend for 1001 has  just been |uid by the Yinii mine, making the tot:il diMiibiiiion dining lhe  year $102,000. That the piofits are  being well maintained is indicated by  the laci that the last letiiius made of  monthly piofit* aie in excess of (hose  of any picviotis month.  McRae Hios.' & Smith have the  finest line of Chiistmas goods evei  biotight into the IJoundaiy. You'll  miss it if you don't see theii stock.  JOHN A. CORYELL.  j      Provincial Land Surveyor,  Civil and Mining Engineer.,  established 1888. '  PHOENIX and GRAND FORKS, B. C.  D J. MATHESON,  INSURANCE AGENT,'  FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT.    ,  '   Ouimiilsklouff for taking AfTlilitvlu.  Phoenix, 1). C.  r. a. scon,  Contractor and Builder.  Estimates Furnished.  l'HOlSNIX; ��. C  OUR  '������**���  ^;  White Cooks and Waiters' Union  No. 124 W. L. U��� of Phoenix.  MeelH  Monday   niuditn, 8;:j.i oVIovk ui  Miiiera' Union llnll.  .MlhK C'l.AKK,  Si-crctnry.  TIiom dciliiiig Iicl|>n|>|>Iy to secretin}-. TIioiicjo  H. S. CAVLEV. W. H. COCHRANE.  CAYLEY & COCHRANE,  Solicitors, Etc.  PHOENIX, B. C.  J. T. I.AWKIINCr,  I'rekldciit  ^ONIQN  ���  �� *   f   tv  TWENTIETH CENTURY CHRISTMAS.  JJefoie nnolhei issue of the  Pioneer  is presented to its te.ideis, phristmas  day of the twentieth century will have  come and gone���meaning that since  the birth of Christ more  than 2,000  years have rolled by.    This is the season of "Peace on earth, good l will   to  men,"  as  exemplified   by  the lowly  Nazarene so many years ago.    It  is  the season of good wishes, and  better  still of good deeds.    Theie is not, ft  reader of the Pioneer but can  make  himself, as well as others,  happier at  this season by piacticing this.    To a  large extent this is a selfish world, and  the gteat majority are looking out for  themselves only.    Nevertheless, it is a  fact that by bestowing  happiness on  others one invariably and  generally  unknowingly brings happiness to him-  Se-'  '-' In a mining community there are  always many���as in any other com.  munity���who do not believe in the  teachings   of   the   mant who   gave  Christianity its name.   Nevertheless,  the gieatest tribute to the man from  XSazareW is the fact that every civilized  (    nation under the sun is under Christian  government.    Agnostics and atheists  may argue as they will, but ithey. can-,  not, gainsay  this great fact    While  f many do not allow  themselves  to be  / guided by the rules of-Christianityi yet  they are living in a  Christian ,land���  and the,land is ceitainly betterroff on  ., t!iis(account.  There is piobably'not a man in this  camp    today   who,   if 'approached,  would not willingly contribute to" the  r    "Christmas tree that will be given1 'here  next Monday"for the'benefit and  hau-  k(    piness of all the children ofrPhoeni'x:  Every  man  may   not  be willing to  acknowledge it, but this is the spirit of  Chiist. Jit is doing as he. would do  l were he on earth*again..   It is'a good  ' thing for each one of us, at, this an-  ; ' nual holiday season, to tany from our  labors, and-make-the <effort to  bring  ,"   happiness Into the  l.ves of bthers-r  /    <Hves, perhaps, that know little of tlie  "meaning of happiness., , May everjr  s   one in Phoenix make  this effort- this  EDITORIAL COMMENTS.  It wili soon be lime to make new  resolutions foi the coming ) ear. One  of these should be to see that the  printer is paid piomptiy. 'I heie aie a  few oveidue subsciiptions to the  Pioneei. (  WII.4T THE EDITOBS SAY.  The holidays aie light at hand, and  the meichants of Phoenix have larger  and bettei stocks than ever befoie to  accommodate the holiday shoppers  Nearly everything wanted can be had  right here.  The Coein d'Aiene mine owners  have k ti tu kled down to the trust and  will take $3 50 for their lead. Another  cut will piolwbly follow when the trust  pets lid ol itb suiplus.���Sandon Pay-  sneak.  Il Smith Cm lis, M. P. P., Rossland,  will stand pat, and woik consistently  along the lines he has laid down in it  plalloim he has proposed, he will win  .1 plate in the heaits of the people.���  Laideau Eagle  I. 0. 0. F.   Snow  Shoe Lodge, No. 46.  .Mi-flu every Momlnv Evil at llaril\-  McKi'iizie Mull Vii-iiinir lfrctir>vn  Cordially Invited. I). WiniKbiDK, N.N.  liKO.   It,   ilK.ll). |{KU.rM-c.  D. WHITESIDE,  Barrister & Solicitor,  Bank Block.  PHOENIX, B. C.  Before Buying.  BOVJUB  THE DRUQQIST.  1 P. Burns & Co.  With three and a half cents net  pound for lead as the price staring  them in the face after January 1st, il  is no wonder the Slocan mine owners  do not look happy these days. In the  Boundary tlie price of lead has no  effect.  TJie Canadian Mining Review published 111 Ottawa and actuated by jeal  ousy of everything llritish Columbian,  is at the piesent time violently attacking the Gianby Consolidated company.  In its last outslaught it states in three  plates in the ai tide that the value  oj the Knob Hill and Ironsides ore is  respectively $7, $5 and $4 a ton. The  accuiary ol its knowledge may be in-  feircd.���Victona Post.   ,  I'HOENIX AERIE.  NO. 158.  Mt'cllugii on Tuc��'  any 8,jo p. in. nt  Milieu' Union Hull  Vinitliig      brethren  corillnlly Invited.  R. I.. I10YI), Secy,  R. B. KERR,  Harristek and Solicitor,   ���  notary public  PHOENIX. B. C.  <*��"������<�������� ���������������������������������������  HKAI.Omci: I OK IIUUNIIAKV CRI-hK, fiUKKMwooii, |-   c  HI.AIiyUARIIRS, NKI.sON,��n:-f. '   "    '  .... Vloksafe 4��f^1kfifr llsaf :flodnbL!  Markets at Nelson, kaslo, I l.ree Forks, Sandon, Slot,,,, (���:...  Silverton, New Denver, Yniir. Sal.no, Rossland, Trail, (wl?'  Grand 1-oiks, Creenwooil, Midway, Niaga.a and Phocii/\        '  FISH, OYSTKRS AND POULTRY IN- SIvASOA'  ���Ml ordeis icceive prompt attention.   ''  ��  ��  ��  ��  PALACE   LI VERY   STABLE  Stage, and Transfer Line,  Phoenix Lodge No. 28,  Knights of PytMis.  Jleets every Tuestlny iilglit '  ��t 7:30 p. 111., Miners' Union  Ilnll.  Visiting hrttlirtii  welcome.  C A. McCl.tiM), C. C.  I).J Matheson, K. R S.  ���Agent for   PABST BEER  Complete Line ofSamplt.  PHOENIX,  Stage leaves   l'hoenix   for   Cieen-  ,   wood    8 a. 111.  Leaves Greenwood 10 a.   in.  Best turnouts in tlie Boundary.  -,  1  R. CRBICBR,  Miniftf �����������  GREENWOOD  For "Imperial reasons" the Oriental  labor question is piaclically shelved  by the Imperial government at London.  If the membeis of the Imperial cabinet would take a trip through the  Pacific coast cities, they would have  a different opinion  on the subject.  The R����.clnnfl it.lnm.     ����l|c    fix.   o/l.  itors who do not agree with its  reprehensible style of journalism,  "nincompoops/' etc. As neatly the  entire piess of the province is on one  side and the Rossland Miner- on the  other, the lattcr's idle vaporings are  gauged at theii tiue'worth.  1    About the best Christmas present  that'could be given to John Bull 91  Uncle Sam would be the termination of  the Boer and Philhpine wars. From  present appeaiances these wars will  Still last foi many moons.  I  STKICTLY BUSINESS JOTTINGS.  is good  How many mines in fhe province  have 'Tieen provided with trackage  facilities equal to 50 cats? 0 It is safe  to^say '.hat the Granby mines in  Phoenix are the only ones that" can be  placed in this categoiy  An advertiser's best friend  judgment.  Adveitising is a health food which  a weak store can thrive on.  The salest wings of progress are in  the adveitising columns of your local  papei.  Any good article and ,an advertisement in a good publication wili produce orceis.  Ito a long newspaper column that  cannot be filled with an interesting  advei Using story.  I'he advei User who is blind to his  own inteiests will always recover his  sight���after it is too late.  To advertise is to give your business  speech. " I he poor fool who closes  Ins mouth never winneth a dollar,"  runs a gvpsy proverb.  There must be some things you can  say about youi goods or youi prices  that will produce the right effect if  they are pioperiy said. Your-advertising space in your local paper is the  place to say iliem.  long drives.  B.O.  Leaves l'lioeilix      , ,,_ ,���  Leaves Greenwood.,....'. 4 p. m  Horses well suited for  COLLINS & HcQILLIS, Props.  C A. McClttng& Co.,  A Snap for  OLD AND NEW  Hay, Grain, .FeerJ, Rolled pats, Etc.  I'honk No. 36.       ^ANI.MKO, Ayj., I'HOBNIX.  BOTTOM  PRICES.  1 PHOENIX\P  freight and express receive  Prompt attention. - -_-  LIVERY^^STAGELINE  GREENWOOD STAGE LEAVES 8 A. M AND   ;�� PM." "SUNDAYS IP; M.  * [GEO P MURPHY-,-Manage  year.  '4  in  v.ev-"-  ���i'  t ?>.'  1% '<  'j J  r  h*i-'  LOOKINQ AT THE BRIGHT SIDE.  'i'l'e following article in  Tuesday's  r.' "Nelson.Tribune is worth  reproducing  in full:  'J. B. McArthur writes tho Tribune  from Toronto on the 12ih instant.   He  ,Bays:  "I want to keep iu touch with the  political situation in British Columbia  duniiR tiie winter months.   I am glad  to see things ate improving in the province, and another year will make a  ' great difference.   Confidence'is' slowly  being re-established in British Columbia  mines."  -The above is the  view  of a clear-  beaded and progiesiye man,   No words  oflamentution; instead, the briKiitefde  ^  is looked on.; The way to, re-establish  confidence in our rair.es is tb have confidence In them ourselves.   If our own  people have confidence in the resources  ' of British Columbia and make- the fact  , known, outsideis will not continue to  givtr ua ihe ''marble heart."  The way to restore confidence to our  mines is to ftdopVliorace Greeley's'idea  of 1 turning specie paj ments.   In 1805.  the naper money of tiie great lepnblic  waB at & discount because of tbe immense  1   issue of green-bac'is made to pay the expenses of the en il war.   The resumption  of specie payments was a burning ques  tion, and  the  sage  and philosophical  Horace claimed the w ay to < esume specie  payments  was  to resume.   -Jn ^ther  words, if the government would anly  announce that it would redeem greenbacks in specie on a certain date, on tha*  At .this holiday season, while the  year has not been all that was desired  or Jioped, the newspapers of this section sliould be thankful that there has  really been steady pi6gress in nearly  ajl the mining camps in the last twelve  months.  *  (Both Bemaid McDonald and Di-  lector Fiechville have submitted  their reports on lhe great Le Roi mine  and there is only a difference of over  S'o percent, between them. Never  ibeless, the 1 eltoi is a wonderful  propei ty, and with good management  will yet again pay large dividends.  PROVINCIAL NEWS NOTES.     .  Another attempt is to be made to  oiganize a B C. press association.  Rossland public schools now have  an average'attendance of 493 scholars  Frank, Albeita, a new,.town on  Crows Nest section has been made a  flag station lor passenger trains.  It is lepor-ed that Joseph Mauin  will oppose E. V. Bodweil for the  vacant government seat in Victoria.  Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto >  Globe (daily) both for One  :year ' :���'.���.;  Phoenix Pioneer and Toronto  Globe, (weekly)-both for One'  year ; :.-...:.,a^  Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Daily Herald, both for One  Ve^r   f"I"=J,Klinl! "midwrne Portroit\  J '-'-.*    VifKiug Ldnnid, 17x33 mcUtt.J.  Phoenix Pioneer and New York  World,; Thrice-a week, both  for one .year ,.._;  Send all subscriptions to' this office.  PHOENIX PIONEER,  PHOENIX, B. C.  Do you waht the  f  Phone No. I?.  BRITISH COLUMBIA MINING iSOTES.  Accoiding to the press dispatches,  the Rothchilds, who contral Rio  Tintos, and Rockefeller, w ho owns the  Amalgamated, aie enu-iing on the  fight of their lives over the copper  market. It is not stated what be-  comes of the little fellows during the  scrap, but at piesent there is some decline in the red metal market.  The Snowshoe owners are testing  the oil concentrating process for reduction ol ores, and the London and B C  Goldfields, one of the most successful  of old country concerns operating in  the province, is making experiments  along the same line. As the process  is a cheap one, if it is a success, as  claimed, it will mnease the value of  every claim in the Boundary.  Over $2,000,000 worth of ore has  been shipped fiom Boundary mines  this year, and it has al!   beer   smelted   r��� ���, ,���,��� UBMJf uu ina5 J in the piovince���within a few miles of  date green-hacks would be afc par, as the'- the mines ft|om which it was extracted,  people did not really want to exchange 'And yet, o.e production in the Bound-,  0\er 125 men aie at work  in  Whitewater mine, in the Slocan.  Eighty tons of ore were sent out  from the Slocan lake section last week.  The Crow's Nest Coal Company  now turn out 2000 tons of coke pei  day.  John H. Mackenzie, the new manager of the Le Roi, has taken full  charge.  W. H. Biewer, M. E., advocates the  establishment of a copper refinery on  the coast.  The Vei million Forks Mining Company is now selling coal at its Piince-  ton  mine.  Chas \V. MYCfossan says he will  build a 40 ton smelter at Trout Lake  City next spring.  I'he first car of ore from the Molly  Gibson mine this season has reached  the Nelson smelter. ���  A company has been formed to work  th-giavels of Granite creek, Similka  rneen, by hydrauhcing.  Shipments from Rossland for last  week aie given as 5,750 tons, the same  ���is foi the pievious week.  lhe Andeison Lake group, Lillooet,  has been taken over on a $60,000 bond  by San Fiancisco capitalists.  Hall Mines shares aie beginning  to  climb up again on the London market,  the latest quotations received  in  Nel  son being 10s. 3d.  A. F. Rosenberger, of Nelson, has  gone to Michigan and Minnesota to  push sale of slock in the Northwestern  Development syndicate.  BestDry Wood?  re   ���* ������������������������-....���..��,.......  JN this line we, are. in a better position  than ever to supply the wants of the  Public of Phoenix.  1  Tamarack andf Fir, per cord  Sfc'cve Wood j  p. ;r"'    .' Three Ricks,  -���     ljy,KK?P AT YOUR HOOK.  ^sS&lS3   James Morari  sa75  4.50  $5.00  CLARK jigl, BINNS,,.     ' ^,  'Old Ironsides Ave.  -SmofeeKELdWNA Union made  ��vG J jQ A R' S  COMPANY.  MANUFAyCTtrKERSbF ALL'KINDS OF"  ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER  OKHICK AND YARDS ���������'-.  ROSSLAND; GREENWOOD; CASCADE and-PHOENIX, B.C.  Pioehls'Home Btewed  -.'I.-  &i  *hS?*?��!l0T InstittIti0'i has proven ihfte^a,,d'��' '"adL"''  f' nendi who te--'i'y ^ Its (Jood Qmijrtis  H^i. Wines, Liquor? and Cigars always in  stock. Board by dav or week.- One trial and  >ou will remember The Maple Leaf Forever.  '/. ���'  �� hest hotels in Phoenix  Some'-teif'ff0���** ��"d��hufind  that  ,he Beer  "Madeat  ome   ,s��l����'.'f not bene,, than foreign b.ewed.  'Olcl Irons'ides "Ave-  ���iMK & McDONiLD, Props.,  PHOENIX  JULIUS MUELLER, Proprietok.  Comer Standard Ave. and Baonc* Stt Phoenl^  IT il^l "V-       -  J^j^T^TTf^  ll ^^-^f^ THE PHOENIX  PIONEER.  0.H^^+++^+++++*++>+-H-^O  JAMES EDWARDS, Prop.  *>���  i -r'JIIH'popMlrir reiiort i  |   A ' has been refitted, f  I       ceil refitted,  reti-riili'"'-*! and llior-  Tbe Best A|jpointe'd and Equipped  Hostleiy in ihe  Boundary.  i  IMPORTKI) an,, DOMESTIC.  ��� olfic -iimd in lii-n'l<iunr- j     : . ���    ~~  , ^titt!W?'t?i! Comfortable^Sample  tix'dt-rii li"lil cdiivvii'  k-iiwH. i.ocnl aiiil f,Diijj  IR-Hiil'iV Tclepll'ini c  connection with the  olfic 7im<l i�� hcii'li'iiar-  lent' "  -*vii  nllciitfO'i in  kivcii to  cuj|ivft>it'ni'iJ c/jii-.  nee   of lintioiiBi  . The li��i��el luutiteciirii-  * InriM"! by H'e addition  t'lif filuwii.. .nicely   "  ninlie-J' roclms,  I  ��� tlie cij  vcnieil  ���^   Rooms'for   -j*  Commercial Trawlers  IUOII   ���  Tbe  Public   Pairoaaje  Respectfully Solicited. ',  We aim to please our present lurue trade and  dcucrvc more.  .Dominion''A vk..  PHOENK,B.C.  COPPER TRUST  DO'HARfll  Interests Cannot For Long Be  !'*' Adversely Affected.  WILL  SOON CONTROL IHE  ���������- ;..-,���;.  :i\'K' ���:  MARKET  Copper Cau Be Produced' In litis Province  Far Cheater Than In Any Oilier Part  of life  World,  ^fe;ptJTTa: CAFE  Open f)j)|f First-Class Diiiiug R0om with Private  Iloxes for I'aiiiilics. Home; Co'okijig.;  Only the Uesc of Everything to be"  found in' the Markets.  Game in Season.  GEO/W BLAKE,  ..��.���'������������������������������������������.���������������������^���������^����������^^������������������^.���'������������������������������J'*  0***0*   I  1  ***************  *****>*****  *********  u  ****** ***********  ���������*0*0***000**00000**00** �����*��������  99*9*0***  -i'  Wr��(-ClnKn Wolk Guaranteed-  ,-..   ,,,Miners' I'liinneliin Specialty. ;  c.      (Joodn I'niicd for nn'l Dilivei- J  .i .  , ed Hire. , Yom 'Patronage So-    .. ��� ��� I  :        UcitCll.   .��� l��=gSpSSS3SK    - .J  Xfliiiiiutf  .-; :"'���/' ' ; >Iiick'H Hotel., Dominion Ave/'{  .,HraMsliU.^.Aljtii;liv'ftAR-     J';    .':, ';" I  HKK HHQVj Upper Town.    S'tiosK No.f5| .1  ***** 0*0***00* ****** ******** *^00****��**��*0*0*'t*^  -0-++** <**���*-* + *+****  *************************** *-0*  ���������������������������>*��������    90>9++OO++999**+9*9-  ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  JAS. McCREATH, Prop.  Wines, Beer aiid Cigars ���  OHDKKS ..BY   TELEPHONE  I'UO.Ul'TI.Y  KILLED.'  SOM-: AOHNTS I'OR KUtClisQUKU.HN SKI.THRS'HI.UK  '.Alll-XIIKANI* TIIH MOST IIHAJ/niFlH.AND Klit'Ktfrill-  INO   01' MINl-KAl. YVATKKK.  GREENWOOD and PHOENIX; B. C  <����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  d. w. Mcdonald  Plumbing  & Tinning  Job WorK Promptly Attended to.  riioeiiir street (HncL ori'omoOice.) V. & N. I'lioncNo.  Pho riixt B; C  Tliet^igaiitic war; in coj>per beiny  J coii(Jtictf(l,;l)y ihe. Amalii��m.ited Co'V  t per i:oni|)aiiy iigaiiiiit oijtside prodiiix-js  f , is still rniisiiig no elid oi exciteinein in  X, tlie giwit markets' of tlie world;' rind  X������..every cri'i'ier.|)r()diicing districtoutside  f of British Columbia lias been atlveiseiy  '������'affected by i he "slump'. This piovince  j"| lias undoubtedly Ich the effect of ��� tlie  f'j hammering down ol the price of cop-  * per, hut not to an extent yet  appreci-  !���  able/ '.'" v   -v     '(' :, ���..,,." ���  |    A ^gentleman1' of 'this- city,   well  ,kuowii to be on  the inside tiack pi  ct'pper tiansactions, .was  interviewed  * this morning on the probable effect the  * wm ji'ow bci/ig w.'igpd will have upon  lhe copper milling (ncluslry p( JJiiti.sh  Coluinbia, He statetj thiit up to the  present time no: inateiiiil jiarm had  been! worked to thin ,province, and  thatUt did not matter if the price ol  copper 'dropped to ten ceiils per pound  so'.lar' as IJiitish Columbia is concern  ed. -He claimed that ''owing to ' the  chejjjijipss; with which copper ��� 'din be  pioducedjn Urilish..Cpluiubia the fall  in the price did not matter, and ip  poiiit of fact this province will witliin a  few' yens', time.- hold''tiie balance; pi'  po.wer in ; copper . niarke^s, raising or  lovyeiing the price at will, according to  th(!,productipn.v ...     -_.0- ...  Maiiiifacturers';oi" articles into which  copper eptiers-la'rge'ly, are also ''soi'ne-  H'llnt.respoii'siljle for the fall of ,tbe  pi ice. . Tliey :havej. lately been-' |>iir-  chasing as iittle'/fltf^ppssible',; jinil' ;the  grpat market 'fo/-American copper, in  (jeriiiaiiylijsvai.nshed owing to";the  financial dej)resiiibiir,from '^Ip'cjf.'ihat  cp'u'iitjy ii' h6w.,fiu'ffe'riiijjj '.Kd Wm uji  the situatknitlje ;de'mlaiid for copper  isffar less than the production.' The  Calumet and ;Helca:, mines,-��� the ; Rio  Tiht'o mines; and therr fejiiiean mines,  Ifavfe been disposing of their product  otitsfde of ths Amalgamated 'control,  aiiil it is from their stocks that ma'nuV  facturers have largely drawn.'"���',  Should/'the' price v be. 'hammered  down to ten : cents, per pound, ihe  majority ofthe. Ailierican .liiine's and  sources 61 output would be: ���'forced, to  close down owing to. the expense of  production.being greater thaii .tlie.safe  price, Here i�� British Columbia copper can be produced as low as eight  cents per pound, aiid sufficient' at that  pricelto.control;'the 'mifrk'et. Should  tlie American hiines deisej copper will  find the twenty cent mark at a bound.  ��� Vancouver Province,   ...'���'  II. N. Jloss, who is interested in the  deal pending between the Dominion  Copper Co. for tlie transfer of the  Brooklyn group to the Mother Lode  people, has gone to New York in coin  pany with Kngineer ^riiohias, whete  the matter will be decided probably.'.Jn  the next few days. Mr. Boss thought  something definuelshoiild be known by  Christmas or New Years. In tlie  meanwhile, the water is being kept out  ofthe Brooklyn and Stemwinder, until the. result of the   negotiations, is  known,' .'        ������������:':<.-'  ', ���'.. ,'���,'"'.���  '���.'.' *"���.'��� .  The Boundary Creek Telephone  aiid Telegraph Co., Ltd., (the old  Sperry line^ has brought suit for damJ  agps against the old Columbia Co,  ��� It'appears'that the Columbia .Co;, ha\>  ing sold out its entire lilies to the  Veriioir & Nelson Co., or more properly speaking, to the British Columbia Telephones, Ltd., the IJnglish  concern controlling the telephone  business in this province, the'' Columbia directors have ceased paying the  $i 75 per month notes, the purchase'  priceof the old  Sperry  line.   'Hence  the suit.  ','�����'  At that lime there w;ei;e three independent telephone companies here,  and Boundary business'-.'men were  telephoned to death, with', an indifferent spryjee, TilFH the Colombia line  swallowpd thp Sperry1, line, and last  summer, the Vernon & .Nelson line  swallowed both, The, present arrangement is certainly more satisfactory  to business men, and the tolls are  reasonable^ ������.'���'���-.  No Despetwlng Willi Publicity.  That all gieat business men have  been great, fldvcrtiseis is not;.coincidence;' but simple cause and effect.  Men like Baininn aiid Linton, le^ali  by keeping small shops in side streets,  but they were not conttnt to remain  obscure. l'irst and foremost they  turned to advertising, i-. It* mattered  little that they had no large sums,: to'  spend in .' dignified , adveriisemeiHs.  'Ijiey. took the best means, that their  capital would afford, and though their  initial ventures in-:advertising'' were  generally outlandish and crude, the)'  ;served the purpose of letting people  know that B:jrntiin and 1 Lipioii "weie  keepers of small shops���better sin.il.  shops than those of thousands of theii  conteinpoiaries who never rose in tin;'  world! As fist as their foi tubes grew  they, increased their adveitising ex  penditures,"iior did they.ever reach j  point "at which, they thought'th'ey.coul't.'  dispense with publicity.���Printers' Ink.  LICENSE   TO  AN  EXTRA-PROVINCIAL COMPANY.  "Company's Act, iS97"  ..i  The Agent Oeiieral in London. ���,'  The Hon. J.-���'!;. Tinner, the agent-  general for British Columbia, announces- that on and after Thursday next,  the 5th. December, the; offices of the  15. C. Agency will be at Salisbury  House, London Wall, IS, C- , Mr.  Tunier'is to be ''congratulated on his  decision, and if other iiiiproveinents  ���ire carried out, his office must prove  of very substantial benefit to B. C���������;,  B. C. Review (London./    ,  a ���  e  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  That's Our Business  c ���; .     -    1   1 ���;  The Job b'epart'ment 'of ltlie- Phoenix    Pioneer is fully  equipped to turn out the BEST QUALITY of Stationery  for any kind of  business.     Special attention paid to work  for Alines.    Stock, the best;J quality, the highest grade.  ADDRESS:  THE PHOENIX PIONEER,  'Phone No. 14.  PHOENIX, B. O.  STANDING OF OUR LEGISLATORS.  Estimate   of   An   Opposition   Journal  at  An   Opposition  .".....,'    Victoria. "'������.'',.  THK   COVEKNMENT : '���'���'��'���''.  ������'���.Hon.-James Dunsnnrlr, Hon. I). M.  Ebetts, Hon. W.-C...Wells,- Hon. J. D.  Prentice, Joseph Hunter, C. E. I'oolev,  A.. W. Siiiith,-' Richard��� Hall, JosC|)h.  Total 10.  ..'���' Speaking of tolls, the announcement  is made that after the ist of, January  next, local 'phones connected with exchanges in the Boundary will be  'charged for at the rate of.$4 for business'phones and $3 for residences.  Heretofore, on account of competition,  the flat rate has beeii $2150 per inonih.  �����     .-..';.      .  D. R. Young is certainly a versatile  man. Mr. Young was'connected with  various newspapers, in ' the Kootenays  jor a number of years, and among his  acquaintances Is known as "Windy"  Young. ' Last summer he succeeded  in organizing the Similkameen Valley  Coal Co., and secured some ���.-���valuable  coal measures near 'Princeton.J" A  townsite was laid out adjoining Smith  Curtis' townsite of Copperlield, and  eventually Copperlield'"'was bought  outright and 'amalgamated-with the  new townsite of Ashn'ola. It is needless to say that great things are "predicted'of Ashnola''by its owners, and a  number of good men are reported to  have gone into the company.  .   Holiday Excursion Ra|��. '  All Canadian Pacific Ry. agents in  o'cal territory will issue return tickets  at fare and  one' third   for the round  trip on  Dec.  23, 24, 25, 30, Jan. ist  good to return till Jan. 3rd.  CANADA:  PUOVINC'E Or H11ITI81I"CuLVMMA  .So.Ssa.,     . ���;,'. ';.        '���''   . ���  Tins' w to 'cK/msr that the -y-ownhre  Uo��<l and O'lfcr .Milieu, J.lmited," la  ��nih.'ri��eiluna llctimcl to earn'ou bull-  jicm witliin the l'r��vim>eof Jlrltlah Columliln,  ��rnl.t<) .tut'iy out or etfei-t ��ll or any ot tho  ob'ceta of tho dimv'ttiij- to whk-h ihe legifila-  tlve auihfiriiy, of ibo Jciileloture or lirlttnh  ('olnmljla exiOFiil-f. ,  '/ he head 9tlic.o ofthe '*omruiiij-in ulluate In  liiiKlani!. . ' ���������   a  ;-The��|iiniiiit of theo��]il'ul of Ibo Company N  S&Vtm (livl'le'i! Into ��'K',(IOO shateo of ��1 c��<-h.  ...-'ilw heuil olllco tit the .Company in tills fro-  viiirl) Issltiia is at KoiVuiKl.aiiil Anlhony John  Mi'JUIIiiii, .Miinaglni,' Dirisctor of the Company,  whose arttlrfRKls>on8laiiil uforiiuaid, l��lheul-  lorroy fo' ihe ('iitiiriuiiy./i   ;-���/;.;. .  'ilven midor ti-y hand and ueul of otliee al  '.Vietoriii, 'i'riivlnro of llritinh Culumhla, ihla  aSth day or October,'one'thouHan<l< nine hun-  r��il and one.  /(I..II.) H. V."W00TTO.V,  .    .-������ Itesfstrarrf Joint KtoeU Coiiijitnilen.  :   'lliefiiUoiviuj'Hrt' lhe otjjoiiis lor which the  Coiiipuny-Ji-<>. i.m!;ii oatalilmheil:���  (ij !"l o iiiio|itVin<l curry Into ell'eet, wltn onch,  irai-y, in-.illiiitlliiiiti or iilU'iuilorm na may he  agreed on, Hiil-]aer; il prior ti"' Ibe utatutory  mfflint;, to the u|,prov>l of snrli mcelliiK, the  agrc'iueiit iviih The lirltlnh Columbia |Kr��f-  !und mid .-Kicnii) Syndicate, I.linitod, referred  �����n In clauife a <��f thtf <! Hides of Asaoclatlon of  theComptuiy, .  ���(iij Tuaaiul'o mines ami mining rlnii �� In f  Hrltlsh C luinblu, anil -other coumrlot or I  jilaies.nnd any luieresta'heroin and ilghlaovir  tbo hsi 111 v, and liny eoiice.i-loiiH.Kriiiitil, rlglili,  powermmd iirlvilogenlii.rcnpe'ettiiciooi.iiiid for  any mich purposi.- to |ir.-npe��t. exuinine and explore any such comitrlcunr plncen. aiid to em-  |i]oy niiii eqiilp oxpedltlour, commlsHioiiH, expend and othernKeiit**, and to ��trk, de\elop,  (���*rry out, excrcisi; 11 ml turn lo nccoum the  proiie'tleaand preuilseiboui��|iii ed:  (!)) To nork and trade In all kliidaof natural  jir-"luelHof tlie countries or nlnoea where the  btMliiewi of the t'nui|utiiy fhall for the time bo-  lnt;l,evari..le<i ou, and tootled the full devel-  mentofallcomiiierclal oporatlons in connection ttu'iowlth:  (I) To cearch for, win, ttci,quarry, reduce  Hwialgunmte, .Iichh, lOllne and prepari: for mar-  keiaurlferoufi'jiiud, (inariz, oie and other mineral (.ubHlancei*,' wbclher aurlfeniua or not,and  precious atoned, ai d generally to oarr) on auj  iiieiiillurglcnl ojieriitioim which may seem conducive to any ofthe Own pans'�� ob'ceis:  ��� ^���*H'*H-f-H4"��4-��4 ����� *> ��� 4 �� ��-H"M*  ;: MARSHALL & SHEA,  Prop  We have the choicest stock of  Liquors and Cigars in Phoenix  Everything is First-class.  Hotel centrally located for  Transients.  J KNOU   HILL AVENUE. J  ������m-H-H"* f HI IIIIIH ���++��������  , Standard;, poems in fine bindings  and latest bound book's at McRae Bros  & Smith's.'.':'���'���'-'������    ';���������-���������.-:���'���-,-  K  AI.CVO.V   HOT SI'III.N'IJS   HAXITAKIUM  Tlie     most   complete U  IT  A   I   T U  011 the coutiiiciit of Xorth ���>   ���-  "  *��� .��������� ;���'  America. Situated midst p C C (1 D T  scenery unrivalled for gran- " ���- V: ". ������ ���  dc'ur, llontinc FinhiiiKnnd Kxcuraious; Resident I'hysicinii.anil Nurse, Telegraphic.'coin,  niuiiiciition Willi ull parts ofthe world;.- two  mails arrive,and depart every da/, Its bath*  cure all nereotis and iiitisciilar diseases; its' waters henl nil Kidney,'Mverqud glomach Ailmenlc  Terms; $15 to }>iS per week: according to resi  deuce in hotel or villas. : llnlcypii Sprin gs, A  ow r.nke  |t;c.  ������e����(i*>*******a*  e��e��t>*��*��*��"eo��e'��eoe'��e��e������>��*n��9��*��'������'>��  ...HOTEL BROOKLYN....  ���'.,'���' (l'orii'tcrly the Metropolitan.) '_ .      .       ���  . ��  High class wines, liquors\aLiitl cigars1'always iir, 'stdck.i ^Gdii**),  ���r     venieut sample room  for Commercial  Men.    First-  class Cafe iu:cbiihHt}on*     ,.    V ;.;"* r:   ' >"   ������;'   Y,  HUOHIE McGUIRE^ Prop  Martin,' W. W. Ii. Mclnnis  The Lo.val Opposition, :  Hon. Richard Mcliride, A. E. Mc-  I'hiiliijs,'H. j). Helmcken, Capt. Tat-  low, James Garden, W'.H. Hayward,  C^ P..C|iflbrd, F. J. ;Fulton,.,Dennis ^furfohi'i ''THioSi/ 'J'aylor, Robert  "CJreen,' Sniitli Curtis; 1*1 C. Smith, A.  W. Neill, J. >��� H. Hawthbrnthwaite,  Thos   (iiffbrd,    Thos.    \V. .'. Munro.  Totally. '.:'.--���       ���       Indep.kneents': "  ���John Oliver, John Houston, H. B.  Gil.niotir.   Totals.   '. ��-..'  UKCEiriSVINTIjES f" \ >;      ''���"'','.'  I'rice.Elliso'n, L". A. MOunce', C.rH.  Dickie, Thos.,Kidd, James Stables, S.  A. Kv-jjers.    '1'otal 6.  With the vacant Victoria seat a  certaijity ftp'.the-opposition we find 18  niembers'pleJged to "oppose the government..  Allowing that the premier" will be  able to secure the sunpoit of three-  .0111 ths ol" the independent and tin-  certian niembers, (a very generous  proposition) the fust division .of the  legislature will be /  Government ,-'..-- , - - - 17  Opposition --,--.-' 20  !,' ���Victoria Post.  But there is po'-pent-ur- ytica about  Mr. Young-;.- He lias been ;down to  the coasV lately, and the papers there  tell us that he has organized a smeltei  company, to build at Ashnola. This  is evidently no small affair, that will  be satisfied with say 0 capacity of-250  or even of 500 tons per day, but according to the announcement of Mr.  Young, will begin by treating a round  thousand tons of Similkameen Ore  every 24 hours. It will also be arranged so that it can be enlarged  readily to a capacity of 2,000 tons  daily. Exactly which mines will contribute this initial tonnage of 1,000  tons per day, Mr Young does not.  state, nor whether the ore will be  hauled by wagon, mule team or on  pack animals- These little things he  appears to think will regulate themselves in time. He is confident ol  having railway transportation some  day, and all the rest is apparently easy  ���if only the dear public will subscribe for the shares.  Notice of Application for Transfer of Liquor  '���"..Licence.'  ��� '  ..���NOTICE IS HRfttJUY GIVEN that at the next  sittiug.of]tee Licence Ccmmissioners for tiie City  of Phoenix {.intend to apply for a transfer to  \v. N. Dunn of the lioeu'ee which J' iiold to sell  liquor by retail in tip; Plioenix Hotel,, l'hoenix,  II. C."' ': "    ( '���-    '    '.'.    '-���   ���--.'  .  Dated this 8th, day'ofNovember, A. D.j.igo.i.  ���3    '. .:: " JlARRV Nasji.  DISSbLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP     ���;  Notice is hereby given that tlie partnership  heretofore existing between Joe M. Taylor, Jr ,  and myself, under lhe firm name of Rumberger  & Taylor, is dissolved from this date.  Dated at Phoenix, B. C,. the ist day of October,  1901. ,-  , ..fi-,.\V. Rumbekokk.  AMPLICATION FOR,TRANSFER  :.OF LIQUOR LICENSE. .     ;  NOTP'K IS il'lJKKU V GIVK.V that I will make  application to the Board of License l.'oiniiiissioii-  ers ofthe I'ity of Phoenix at it's next niccting for  a transferor the r.iqijor.I,ii;eiise now held by me  losell liquor liy retail in the Victoria Hotel,  situate on'ironsides avenue, on Lots 15 und 16,  rilocic II, Old Ironsides Addition to the City of  l'hoenix to Joseph N. Gillis-  Dated at l'hoenix, 'B. C; this 34th day of  October, 1901. :  ��� . h Bikkman.  VERNON 4 MIDWAY RAILWAY  May   Be   Built  By F.  August   Heinze  of  .Good comfortable rooms at reasonable rates, at Norden hotel, Dominion  avenue. *  000000000000000000 ******** 0*********0000000000000000  a  a  o  a  o  a  o  *  *  Q  AGENT FOR DOMINION COPPER COMPANY'S ADDITION.  3  ���.,/..ti.;)       1 J     I' ..,.     ������   ,j      v    >    ���:���?,:������<(,���������> r-.s.  ���   ',  :   : ������������      ��� ~~~.-  6EklX:liaS>^Wfer.��cord^^shirf British Gplumbia  The Boundary shipmefits for 1901 will aggi'egate 375,000  tons of Gold-Copper  for 1901. -     .  ore..',:'No citv has a brighter future than Fhoenix,���-;������   ;- ?  '' OWN YOUR OWN' HOME���Residence property-in. all -parts of th,e. City at low figures and monthly payments.  Address  Houses for Rent.    Good opportunities for investment.  e  9  ���  9  0  9  9  ��  ��  ��  ��  9  9  9  9  P  9  9  9  0  9  9  9  9  9 ���  &��<je&oi������(����00o*����oe0��Q��|3o<>  �����oe's*iip��*��o0oe��eo��eett����e��s����e������"��������*o**<>����9****o��������9  By F.  AugusI  Butle.  F. August Heinze has come to the  front again in British Columbia rail  way circles. He is credited with being  largely interested in the Vernon and  Midway railway charter and is said to  have deposited $160,000 in a bank at  Victoria as a guarantee of good faith.  The charter was obtained at the last  session' of the provincial legislature,  carrying with it a bonus of $4,000 p.er  mile for 125 milus, or a total of $500-  000. In reality, the road foims the  connecting link between Vernon, the  southern terminus of the Shuswap and  Okanogan railway, and Midway, the  western lei minus of the Columbia &  Western railway. It will also give  practically a through road from the  Coast to Kootenay points, pending  the construction of the proposed Victoria, Vancouver & Eastern road.  While it cannot be announced positively, there are good grounds for  believing that F. August'Heinze is the  purchaser of the controlling interest in  the charter. Mr. Coyle was one oi  Heinze's engineers on the construction  of the Rossland-Trail road.  John B. Donald ol Grand Forks is  credited with making the deal. Don  aid recently accompanied Coyle over  the proposed route fiom Midway to  Vernon, The two men went to Victoria, where they were joined by D. J.  Fitzgerald, who is Heinze's right hand  man in the province. From Victoria  Coyle and Fitzgerald hastened lo  Butte. From this the inference i;-  drawn that Heinze is the man who is  putting up the money tp build the  rpad. If it is correct, the Canadian  Pacific railway has for a second time  to meet the operator who makes his  headquarters in the "biggest camp on  earth."      ________ _  Robinson Lumber Co's. boat on  Arrowhe^d-Thonipsons Landing run  will in future make one trip daily only,  leaving Arrowhead 10 3. 111. returning  arrive Arrowhead 2 p. rrj.  JOE DERHAAV  General  Blacksmith  Special Attention to Horse Shoeing.,  '-.., N1JAR TU1\ RINK  Dominion Avenue,    -   -PHOENIX, B. C.  tel for Ren  .The Stemwinder Hotel, on': First St.,  can be rented on reasonable terms.  Immediate possession given to dining  room and bed rooms, nil .furnished. Excellent eliant'i! for the right person.  Bar room can he rented separately  from loth of Jiliiuarv,  C. H.  xMULJJN,  PHOENIX, B.  House and Lot for Sale  on Old 'Ironsides Avenue,  Reasonable amount down,  balance monthly payments  at S per cent per amiunj,  This is a snap, If you  mean business,  ^!i!iW. H. BELL,  Phoenix,  K. v..   PRACTICAI, HOUSlt and SIGN  PAINl'KK,   BKCORaTOR,   IJTC.  Phoenix. B. C  J.-B.HAGADLAT  CUT SCAVENGER  Leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office  ���>,A*       PHOENIX, B. G.  prct'Ious trtones, hi d ��enerully to tmrr) on any  -'leiiinurgtettl ujifciriilu ^ '  ucive to uny or the C'  (h) To buy, nail, '.oil c'uinJ <!enf fn bullion,  Hpude, coiu und (tre(rloiiH niet��I�� :���������/  (fi) T'�� deveJoi1 the resources of and turn to  ���abK-miiii aiiy lauds or ri(jht�� over or conueete-1  wi'h-.lmid belonging -ttitlie (ompaiiy, or In  which the Coiuptuiy iHimeresle'l, nncj In imr-  ti'tilarby cleanugi dru'I uliiy, lonoiuKi planilnK,  <MiH!v tfn^;built)liigii'iHiroviu^, farmtuK, frri-  galinift>n-d \rnt'/.[n%,iUu\ by promoting Trnrnl-  gratfon nnd einlKriiilon, und the : oatabHsh-  ment of low us, v .Hhkos and flettlemeuu:  (7.) To uarry out, CKtabllah.ooiiHtrnet, malo-  taio, improve, inuini^e, ivork, control and 8up-  ertnlcilu any roadu,"wm-: h; trniiiways, ra)lua\K,  bridgi'D, hurbourri, reservoiip; waTer-i'ourhes,  xvharves, embanku ent��, hydraulic worliK, tele-  Kraphs, toephones, Haw-jinllv smeltlnK ^orkM,  tur 1 '��k:(!?, , j'uf'torlcK,; warehoufes ftiid other  buil'JiiiHs, works and cottveuionec*, and to  contribiitft to or uksIh-; in the cMrrynig ont,  CHtitblisbnient, oonstrttetion, maintenance.  Improvement, manage-Mont, working, eouirol  or uuperfutendence of the phiuo :  (8.) To carry on ��U or any of, the businesses  or miners;Hineliers, qnnry owners, quarr>inen.  saw-nilll proprietori-ytimbqr meruhants, metal  founders/ workers and' converters, engineers,  niP��h.int8tP,'Kfla maker."!, shlpbuilderi/ proprietors of vtfiscly, carriern by sea and land, wharf-  ingern,doek owners, warehousemen, atorekeeo-  er-. /armerH, horpQ'au<t cattle bree-'-erH and dealers, stockmen and provision u:erch'int��:  (Si.) Toinarmracture buy, sell, rQpair, alter,  treat, prepare for market, and <loal in all kinds  of plant, machinery, apparatus tools, uteusil^,  products, material*, artieU-B aud things nccet"  sary or useful for carrying on any of the above  businesses or operations, or usually dealt iu by  persons engaged therein:  (iu ) To carry on' any other bunlnepaes,  whether manufaaturlng or oiherwise, %\hieli  may^eom to the Company capable or being  conveniently carried on .In connection with,  any of the above specified objects, or calculate!  directly or indirectly to enhance tbe value of  or render profitable any of the Company's  property or rights:  (li.) To apply lor, purchase, or otherwise  acquire, any 'patents, t��i"evets u'inveniion, licences, concessions,, und the like, conferring an  exclusive or nonexclusive or limited right to  use, an> secret or other information as to any  imentiunAvhUrh may seern otpablo of l-efng  nse \ for any of the purposes of the Company,  or the acquisition oi \vh cti may seem calculated; directly or indirectly, to benefit this Company, and to, ukc, exercise and develop, or  grant licences in respect of, or otherwUe turn  to account the property, rights and informa-  tiou soticquired.  (12) To purchase or otherwise acquire aud  undertake nil or any part of the business, pto-  perty aiid liabilities of-any person or company  carrying 011 busiuesr* widch this. Company is  authorized to carry on, or possessed of piO|>erty  suitable for the purposes of the Company.  (13) To cuter into any arrangement with any  Government or authorities, supreme, municipal,  local or otherwise, and to obtain from any such  Government or .uttlionty all rights, coucc-skmis  and privileges that may'seom conducive to'the  Company's objectsor any of them:  (14) To euttr into partnership or into any  arrangement fur sharing profits, union of interests, joint adventure, reciprocal concessions, or  co-operation with any person or compnuj carry-  ing on or engaged in, or about to carry on or  engagein.any busiiies,s, or trausactious ^vhich  the Company is authorised to carry ou,engage in,  or any business or transaction capable of being  conducted so as to directly, or indirectly benefit  this c-v-inpntiy, and to take or otherwise ncvpure  and hold shares of stock in, or see-urities of, and  to subsidise or otherwise (ts.si.st any such Company, aud to sell, hold, re-issue with or without  guarantee, or otherwise deal with such spares  stock or securities:  (15) Generully to purchase, take on lease or in  exchange, hire orotherwi.se acquire any real or:  personal properly, auy rights or privileges which J  the Company may think necessary or convenient j  with reference to'any of these objects, or capable  of being profitably dealt with in connection with  any ol the Company's property or rights for the  time being, aud in particular any land, buildings.  easements,licences, patents, machinery, ships,  barges, rolling stock, plant and stock-iu-trade:  (16) To establish aud support, or to aid in the  establishment and support of associations, institutions, or conveniences calculated to benefit  employees or ex-employees of the Company or  its predecessors in business, or the dependents or  connections of such persons, and to grant pensions and allowances, and to make payments  towards insurance, and to subscribeorguarnntee  money for charitable or benevolent Objects, or  for any exhibition, or for any public, general or  .iseful object:  (17) Toset] tip: undertaking of the Company,  or any part thereof, lor such consideration ns the  Company may think fit, and in particular for  shares, or debentures, debenture stock or other  securities of any other company having objects  altogether or 111 part similar, to those of this  Company:  (iS) To promote any company or companies  for the purpose of itsor their acquiring all or any  ofthe properly; rights nnd liabilities ofthe Company, or for any other purpose which may seem  directly or'indirectly calculated to benefit this  Company:  (19) To invest nnd deal with moneys of the  Company not immediately required, upon such  securities und in sneh manner as may from time  to tutu: he determined.  (30) Tult'iul money to such persons aud on such  terms as may -h-ciu expedient, and iu particular'  tocustomeisofaud persons hnviugdenltiigs with  the Company, and lo give nuy guarantee or indemnity us may seem expedient:  fit) To obtain any I'luvi-^ional Order or Act of  Parliament fur enabling the Company to carry  any of its ohjects into efleet, or fur ejecting auy  modification of the Company's constitution, or  for any other purpose which may seem  pedieut, and to oppose any proceedings or applications which may seem calculated,directly or  indirectly, to prejudice the Company.  (22) To raise or borrow or secure the payment  of money iu such manner and on such terms as  may seem expedient, and in particular by the  issue of debentures or debenture stock, wheiher  perpetual or otherwise, and charged or uot  charged upon tbe whole or auy part ofthe property of the (Join pany, both present and future,  including iU uncalled capita^ and to redeem,  purchase or pay otTany such securities;  (23) To draw, ncc-ept; indorse, discount,execute  nnd issue biUs, of exchange, promissory notes,  debentures, bills ofladiug, warrants-and other  negotiable or transferable instruments or securities;  (34) To remunerate auy parties for services  rendered, or to be rendered, in or about the formation or promotion ��� of the Company, or the  conduct of its business:  (25) To do all or any of the above thlngM iu any  part ofthe world, and'eitheras principals, agents,  trustees, contractors or otherwise, and either  alone or in conjunction w-ii.h others, and either  by or through, agents, sub-contractors, trustees  of otherwise.  (jo) To sell, Improve, manage, develop, exchange, enfranchise, lease, mortgage,dispose of,  turn to account, or otherwise deal with all or any  part of the property or rights ofthe Company;  (27) To register the Company iu Uritish Columbia, and to lake all other steps requisite or expedient to enable the Company to carry on its  business in Hiitisli Columbia;  (2S) To establish ami maintain local registers,  agencies nnd brunch places ofhusiiiess, and procure the Company to he registered or recognised  in a.ny part ofthe world:  (?9) To do all such other things ns are incidcu- <  tal or conducive to )he attainment, of the above  objects, and so that the word "Company" in this  clause shall be deemed to include auy partnership or other body of persons, whether incorporated or not incorporated, and whether  domiciled iu the United Kingdou or elsewhere,  and so that the objects specified iu each paragraph of the clause shall, except when otherwise  expressed in such paragraph, be in nowise  limited or restricted by reference to or inference  from the terms of any- other paragraph or the  name ofthe Company,  Phoenix : Bakery  C. W. GREER, Prop.'  Phoenix Street,  Opp. P.  0.  Bread Delivered Daily to all  parts of the ity.  When we s.iy He mnke good Drend  ive nre only repeating the -word* of  our iiiniiyciihtomerit. To the strunijcr  ue say, Try it mid be coininced.  WHS, CAKKS, CO0KIK3, DOUCil-  N'UTS, Klc, nHvay. on hand.  Light Express in Connection  N PIIONK,  V.&  Si-  H. D. PALORCIA.  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaranteed.   Imported Goods.  FINE H001S AN0 SHOES MADE TO  ORDER.  PRACTICAL   MINERS'  AND   PROSPECTORS* SHOES'A' SPECIALTY.  Corner Phoenix St. and Brooklyn Ave.  EASTERN  Townships Bank,,  ESTABLISHED 1859.  CAPITAL --- - $2,000,000  CAPITAL, PAID UP - $1,742,535  RESERVE FUND  - -   $1,050,000  BOARD OF DIRECTORS:  R. W. Hbnekkr, President.  Hon. M.  H, Cochranb, Vice-Pie*).  Israel Wood, J. S. Mitchell, G. Stevens, J. N.  Galer,   N. W.  Thomas, C, II.   Kothan, If. B.  Brown, K. C.  HEAD OKFICE, SHI'.RBROOKE, P. Q.  Wm.  Fakwbll,  Gen'l Mgr., *  Jas. Mackmiion,  Assistant Gen'l Mgr.  S  KnoEi.L,   Local Mgr.  S, F. Morev, Inspector of Branches.  BRANCHES.  In Province of Quebec���  Montreal, U. Austin, Manager.  Waterloo, W. I. Briggs, Manager.  Rock Island, S. Stevens, Manager.  Cowainville, II. F. Williams, Mgr.  Coaticook, li. N". Robinson, Manager.  Richmond, W. L. Ball, Mgr.  Granby, W. II. Robinson, Mgr.  Bedford, V.. W. Morgan, Mgr,  Huntingdon, A. W. Watson. Mgr.  Magog, E. P. Olivier, Mgr.  St. Hyaciuthe, J. Lafr.nuboise, Mgr.  Ormstowu, W, II. Hargrave, Mgr.  In Province of British Columbia-  Grand Forks, Wm. Spier, Mgr  Phoenix, K. W. black, Acting Mgr.  Agents   ni    Canada,  Bank  of   Montreal   aud  Branches.  "     Loudon, Kng., National Batik of Scotland,  "     Boston, National Exchange Bank.  "    New York, National Park Bauk.  Collections    made at   all   accessible    points.  Drafts issued for any required amounts, good at  all points 111 Canada,   U. S. aud Europe.    Exchange bought and sold.  Savings  Branch    Departmhnt    at    Each  Offick.  Interest allowed from date of deposit and compounded aimunlly ��ithout requiring attention ol  depositor.  Office Hours: io 3. Saturday from 10 to I.  e  is and non  NELSON &   FORT   SHEPPARD  RED MOUNTAIN ll'Y.  The only all-rail route between all points east,  west, and south to Rossland, Nelson and all intermediate points; connecting at Spokane with  the Great Northern, Northern Pacific aud O. R. &  n;co.  Connects at Nelson with steamer for Kaslo and  all Kootenay Lake points.  Connects at Meyer's Falls with stage daily for  Republic, and connects at Bossburg with stage  daily for Grand Forks and Greenwood.  Buffet Sleeper run on passenger trains between Spokane and Northport.  EFFECTIVE SUNDAY, MAY5, looi.  Leave. Daily Train Arrive  9:00 a. m  Spokane 7:35 P- m-  .3:50a. iu Rossland ":io p.m.  9:15 a. ni ....Nelson ,-7-'S !'���' '�����������  H.A.JACKSON,  General Passenger Agent.  FARE AND ONE  THIRD for  ROUND TRIP  FOR CHRISTMAS  TICKETS on Sale  DEC. 23,24,25.  For NEW  YEARS  Dec. 30, 3\ Jan. I.  All Tickets Good  lor Return till Jan. 3rd.  TOURIST SLEEPING  CARS Crows Nest Section  LEAVE KOOTENAY LANDING  Tuesday, ForST.    PAUL via S����  Friday    ( and all U. S. Points LINK.  2;;^,njTorontotMontreaI,Boston  Vor Time-tables   rates  aiul   full information  call on or address nearest local agent, or  O. W. Dey, E.J.Coyi.e,  Agent, A.G.P.Agt.  Phoenix, B. C.   Vancouver, B.C  J. S. Carter, D. P. A.,  Nelson, B.C.  m      _,������,���_ ^-_-_���-^  -p~��-������!������ ���n��� r�����n���n������r-TT"������"' ".51 ���""���"*    ������������T��T-".     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Ir     f.l       '  ,1"''-      'P,\,l'  4   '��. -���-        ,  ��J*J57 ,  &*   -  K"^   t-  "Y '  1 i.tr��.  ij ���*"/ -  lov  ?'! <\'  r~K /  ; ,-,   '  > xs i.   ;  J"-*: f- <��� >  '*������� >'-'- -V ''  Vs ���' ���  '����������'Yu '  REOPENED  XDER  ENTIRELY  NEW  MANAGEMENT.  Dominion House  l'ornierlj the Victoria.  GILLIS & FORRES I", Pioprietors.  JOSEPH N. GILLIS, Manager.  OLD IRONSIDES AVE., PHOENIX, D.���.  TIib lioiice will here-  nflei be conducted  in Fir6t Clasa etyle,  and Kvery Department will luive the  best obtainable.  \ *  ���   The Local Grist*   j  Dr. Mathison, dentist, Greenwood  Both 'phones.  Wm. Spier came up fiom the Forks  on Wednesday.  '    A few Xmas cards left at  McKen-  zies confectionery.  There is some talk of the Masons of  Grand Forks funning a lodge.  Imported toilet and manicure sets,  minors, etc., at Boyle's.  Tlieo. Morand left last Saturday on  a trip to the province of Quebec.  Choice leather goods for the Holidays at Boyles'.     See his stock.  A. G. Simpson expects to leave for  the old country by the first ofthe year.  One pound  packages of chocolate  biscuits at McKenzie's confectionery.  You will make no mistake if you go  lo Boy It's foi your holiday piesents.  Souvenir spoons, with view1 ot Old  Ironsides mine, at Dey's, the Jeweler.  Born���to the wife of Julius  Miller,  Standard avenue,   December   j6t!>,  a  son. *.  O. W. Dey the Jeweler, has some  goods paiticularly fitting for holiday  presents,  Have you   seen   Bojle's   holiday  goods?   If you haven't, you've rrfssed  something.  Ladies' watches,  rings, etc., a fine  ' assortment for  the holidays, at Dey's,  the Jeweler.  Xmas cards with views of Phoenix  and surrounding mines at McRae  Bios. & Smith's.  J. B Boyle's line of goods are strictly the best"that money can buy, and  they are all useful. j   ,  Imported China, from, 15 cents to  $5, at McRae Bros. & Smith's. Genuine Austrian goods.  hits. Ira McLaren and children are  spending the winter at Long Beach,  near Los Angeles, California.  "James Moran says he will deliver  three ricks of dry wood for $5. Jimmy  - has his steam saw in operation now.  - James Hunter, of Rossland, president of the, Hunter Kendriek Co.,  Ltd.,;visited the local branch Wednesday. ',..__ , ; ���  David Whiteside, * barrister, has  moved into1 his new office in the* Bank  block, facing Knob Hill avenue.  A. P, McKenzie says that' he can  suit the - most fastidious in holiday  goods of a practical nature.  Nominations for mayor, aldermen  and school trustees take place on Jan-  uaiy 13th and the elections on January 16th.  Mirrors, toilet and * manicure sets,  purses, etc., at A. P. McKenzie's. All  imported goods.    Call and see them.  C. P. Dole, formerly of Rossland,  has opened the No. 1 Laundry in the  basement of the Stemwinder hotel,  First street.  Nearly every room in the Dominion  House, the largest hotel ill Phoenix,  is taken every night, arid Manager  Gillis reports business to be good.  .- Catholic���Father Bedardt.,will say  mass at 10 a. m. tomorrow at Miners'  r Union Hall, and at Greenwood al  midnight Chiistmas eve.  Nothing better can be had than the  goods Boyle has. on display for the  holiday trade. The best to be had at  any price. '  1 Biuin is'getting into trouble. This  week a black bear and one of the  biown variety were killed between tl e  milk ranch and the Last Chance mine.  Children's   toys,   including  trains;  carts, locomotives, tool chests, rocking  horses, sleds, go carls, etc., at  McRae  > Bros. & Smith's.  Constable Dinsmore, of Giand  Forks, and Constable Cunningham, of  Gieenwood, were in town this week.  The latter, did an excellent business in  making receipts for provincial revenue  taxes.  Next Monday evening the public  Christmas tiee and entertainment will  be given at Miners' Union Hall, with  a chorus of sixty children. The  admission of 25 cents" will be charged,  " all children being admitted free.  CHILDREN'S  Xmas S> Entertainment  ... A Grand Cantata, entitled ,. .  " SANTA'S SUEPRISB,"  Will be given in Minem' Union Hall MONDAY EVENING, DEC. 23.1, by all the  Sabbath School cbil lren. Over SIXTY children's voic s in the vl.oriit-a. . . .  There will be &  Public Xmas Tree.  Admission, 25 Cents. All Children Free.  CURTAIN RISES AT 830 P. M.  Public School Closing.  Yesteulay inoining the tegular annual Christmas cx.iiiiiii.inon look place  at the public '���cliool, it being tbe last  day of school mini Jaiiuan 6i*i- Ovei  75 scholars weie piesent, besides a  number of patents and otheis. An  addiess was given to the school bv  Rev. D H- Keid and also by I). J-  Matheson, tius'ee of the school boaid.  The nveiage attendance at the school  foi ihequaltei since school opened is  exactly 69,39, on which the piovince  will allow . ne\t year, nt the ince  of $20 per pupil. 'Ibe list of pio-  motions wilbbe published   next   week  Two men named McKenzie and  Herrigan were fined $10 and costs in  the police court Wednesday night.  They had a war of words Sunday  night in their quaiters, and McKenzie  fired a shot gun, nairowly missing his  partner.  Choice leathei gooes in toilet, and  and manicure sets', purses, albums, etc.,  at McRae & Smith's.  A man named John Lannon, who  was setting oft" blasts in the open cut  on the Old Ironsides, was hint 'I hurs-  day by a piece of lock stiiking him on  the bead. Tbo injuiy was not fatal,  but he was taken to the hospital for  treatment.  hast year A. P. McKenzie had a  fine stock of Christmas goods. This  year his stock is even better, and is  well worth inspecting.  Albeit E. Sanderson, travelling representative of tba Rossland Evening  World, has been spending a' few da>s  in camp this week, gathering in subscriptions for that daily. He thinks  the Rossland strike will be adjusted by  the first of the year.  Useful presents for the holidays in  the watch or jewelry line can be had  ofO. W. Dey, the jeweler.  Thursday night's lecture, under the  auspices of the Y. P." S. C. E. of S*t.  Andrews church, was attended by an  appreciative audience. Rev. Dr. McRae, of Greenwood, was the talker, his  subject being "Organized Charities of  Germany." Light refreshments were  also served.  Hazelwood butter and eggs. Thrice  a week shipments at, Geo. S. McKenzie's.  The gang of men erecting the pole  line between Phoenix and Cascade foi  the elect! ic power line, are now at a  point the other side of Gilpin's ranch,  close to Cascade. As soon at the  poles are up the same force will come  back to l'hoenix, and start the work oi  stringing the wiie.  See McKenzie's one-half and one  pound packages of chocolates and  bon-bons.  Last week's official Gazette contained the notice of the incoiporatiou of  the Phoenix Water Supply Co. Ltd.,  with a capital of $35,000, in one dollar shares. This is the company or  ganized by Messrs. Graves, Flumerfelt  and Williams, to whom the city granted the water and electi ic light franchises last summer.  One pound packages of cluster  raisins and figs at McKenzie's con-  fectioneiy.  " The Grand Forks Miner-Gazette is  at odds with the city council of that  place, and a recent issue occupied a  ocuple of columns to ielate all the  nice (?) things the members cf the  council had said of the Miner-Gazette  editoi. The same issue contains an  apology for statements made previously  regaiding Mayor While.  W. S. Macy moved into the new-  cottage this week recently built for  him by the Granby Co.  Phoenix school district has been redefined by the government to take in  only the boundaiies of the corporation.  The same has been done with the  cities ot Columbi.i, Cumberland,  Grand Forks, Sandon, Kamloops,  Kaslo, Revelstoke, Slocan, Trail and  Vernon. Heretofoie some of these  districts included outside territory.  Dolls, fiom s cents 10 $5,at McRae  Bros. & Smith's.  ALL OVER THE BOUNDARY.  'Hie city election in Grand Forks in  Januaiy is likely to be a "hot thing."  The next sittii.g oi the county court  will be held at Greenwood on Januaiy  7 th.  It has been definitely decided at last  that Grand Foiks shall have a skating  rink.  Fied. Wollaston, well known in  Giand Forks, has gone to fight the  Hoeis.  Oigani/er J. M. Camefon, for the  Socialists, held a meeting last Sunday  in Gieenwood.  Christmas eve the Greenwood  Miners' Union will give a ball, fot  which extensive piepaiations'are being  mad p. _  J. B. McArthur, of Columbia, is  spending the winter at Atlantic City,  New Jeisey, on account of Mrs. Mc-  Arthur's health.  The fine new building ofthe Russell-  Law-Caulfield Co., Ltd., in Greenwood,  is practically completed, and the con  cern is now moving into it.  The Grand Forks Investment and  Trust Co., Ltd., is applying for permission to change its name to that of  the British American I'mst Co., Ltd.  It is said that there is a probability  of the C. P. R. and the V., V. & E.  electing a union depot at Grand Forks,  l'lacklaymgon the latter road continues, and work trains are running  daily over the completed portion of  the line.  Mrs. Annie Hammer, better known  as the "Blue Goose" in Grand Forks,  is in trouble on a charge of procuting,  the supposed victim being Mrs. Sim  Galloway, lecently married to Galloway in Spokane. The case, in all its  disgusting details, has been aired this  week at the Forks.  Both the cities of Grand Forks and  Columbia endorsed the bonus by-laws  at the polls last week, by large majori  ties, by which the Gieat Northern, or  V., V. & E. railway, receives $7,500  and the Republic-Grand Forks road  $3)5��o- The vote was not heavy, but  il was largely in favor of the bonuses.  Two Men Hurt at the Snow shoe.  LastSatuiday an accident happened  at the Snowshoe mine, when Hcniy  Syrsted and N. II. Gillespie weie lhe  victims of an explosion. It happened  in a dnit being ium in the open cjuany  at two o'c lock in the morning. The  two men had gone on sbilt and weie  diilling into an old hole, .when tbej  strut k powdei, and an explosion followed. Syisud was the woist injuied  of the two, having bis lqjs bioken and  his eyes injured, while Gillespie got  off with a bioken bone in one wii t  ltoih weie t.iken at once to the hos  pita) by Dr., Gordon, the <onipnn\'s  phjsician. Syrsted has lost the sight  of one eye enlhely, and the othei may  be saved,  What lbr Citv Council Did This Week.  At Wednesday's meeting of tlie oil)  council all the membeis weie piesent  except Alderman Mclnnis. Hades  License Uy Law Amendment By-Law  No. 34 was read a fust time, and  passed, and the city health officer le  polled on the case of Gcoige Elliott,  who has been ill and destitute at  Mack's hotel. It was decided to allow  $10 to send him to bis relatives al  Ymir.  The council also decided lo have  tbe nominations loi aldermen at ilaid)-  McKenzie bail, which w.II take place  Januaiy 13th, and the election in the  same place, the city cleik being the  returning officer.  Curling Llub Organized.  Tuesday evening lhe Phoenix Curling Club was oigani/ed, an.i now has  a membeiship of 28, with others to  join. Tbe following officers weie  elected: President, G. W. Rumbergei;  vice-piesident, R. B. Boucher; seore*  tary-treasurer, I. Cian ford. The  matter has been talked of foi some  time, and at last has taken the above  definite form. It has also been de  cided to eiect a curling link not lai  fiom the piesent skating link, While  theie are not a laige number of old  curlers in''l'hoenix,'''there are many  that are wijjing to leain, and the oid  Scotch sport will doubtless have many  patrons this winter.  Phoenix Socialist Leaf ne.  Last week, Friday, J. M. Cameron,  organizer for the Socialists, gave an  address at Miners' Union" Hall,' and  a* the conclusion a-local���league was  iormed, with lhe following' 'officers:  President, Kenry Towns; secretary-  treasurer, W. H. Bambury; correspond  ing secietaiy, Webster Rogers. The  league has 15 members to start with,  aud five more were added at Sunday's  meeting of the new organization. Reg-  ulai meetings will-be held every Sunday afternoon at Miners' Union  Hall.  PHOENIX BRANCH ORE SHIPMENTS.  The following table given the ore shipments of Phoenix Ilranch and other Boundary  mines lor 1900. for the past weclt.'for 190X, and the tolal to date:���  Old Ironsides, Knob Hill  and Victoria.  64,533  B. C. Mine  io*494  Golden Crown  2,��5��  Winnipeg  ,*' ,076  Athelstan  ' 1,200  Snowshoe  297  Brooklyn  150  R. Bell...;  ....  Totals, tons  89,000  Mother Lode, Deadwood, 5,340  Sunset,                " ....  City of Paris, Central, 2,000  No. 7, Cential  ... .\.-  King Solomon, Copper.. ....  Jewel, Long Lake.,..-.   '-      ��� 160  Other Boundary mines.. 3>23��  Week  4.527  820  "60  5.407  ',758  225  1901  Totals  223,288  287,821  43.4'5  62,909  ....  2,250  980  3,000  55o  '���75��  i,<��53  *>95o  i'5��  560  560  270,446  S5.693  620  940  J.250  45��  1,300  360^90  620  2,000  940  J|25��  45��  4��53��  Grand Totals, tons.  99.73��       7.390     360,699        461.213  THE D.OMINION HOUSE  Christmas Dinner  6 to 7.30 p. in.  MENU.  ���    OYSTERS.  Flue Points Rnw, Slewed or Fried.  SOUP.  Green Turtle with'QuanelU'  Clear Consomme, Prlutanlere  PISH.  Barbcqued Salmon, Wine Sauce  Pommes l'arisienne  Lobster Mnjouuais*: Shrlmp.Salad  BOIW.D.  Young- Capon Maitre d'Hotel  KNTRKES  Sherbet Crems I>e Menlhc -  Salmi of Teal Duck with Olives  Queen fritters, Lemon Cream  Stuffed and Honed Turkey, Belle Bauer  , Claret, Wine Punch  Prime Ikefau Jus    ��  Oonientic(loose, Apple Sauce  VKGKTABI.KS  Steamed or Mashed Potatoes       Sweet Com  Fried Parsnips Sugur Corn  Mince Pie Green Apple Pie  English Plum Pudding, Hard  or Brandy Sauce  Kisiess Vancy Cakes Macaroons  I-ruitCake Cocoanut Dropti  Black Coffee and Cogupc "    Angel Pood  Sunday Dinner, Dec. ;22nd.  MENU.  OYSTERS.  New Vork Counts Fried, Stewed or Raw  soup.    .  Sportsman wilh Quauells  Clear Consomme a la Cardinal  Columbia River Salman, Lobster Sauce  Harvard   Potatoes  boiled,  Young Capon, Oy,stcr Sauce  ' Roulade of Bcrf with Potass  Mutton Cutlets, Saute wilh Mushrooms  Labelle I'uffa, Sauce Crenie de Mcnthe.  Majonalsc Potatoes Vegetable Salad  Stuffed Chicken, Sage Dressing  Prime Ueef an Jus  Sweet Torn B0IU3} Rise  Steamed or Mashed Potatoes  Mince Pie      Green Apple Pie       Lemon. Fie  pineapple Sherbet  Pears Assorted Nuts Apples  Bdam Cheese Fancy Cakes  Have opene'd a carpentershep on  corner of Knob. Hill and Second St.  and am piepared to do all kinds ol  wood work. Saw and skale shaipen-  ing a speciaity.   T. Biner.  BUSINESS MENTION.  Dr. Siihtnons, dentist, Rendell  Block, Greenwood. V. & N. phone 96.  Ask Ibr^the Miner.-,' Union cigar.  Cleai Havana filler. *  See Almstrom & Berg at the Nor-  den hotel. Dominion avenue. *  Good comfoi table rooms at leason  able rates, at Norden hotel, Dominion  avenue. *  If you wish a' fiist class cigar, call  lor the Miners' Union.        " *  See Almstroni & Berg at the Norden hotel,'Dominion avenue. *  v. Housk"'for. RUnt���Located on  Biooklyn avenue���6 rooms, cellai,  baih,room, water and all modern conveniences.    Appply to Coinei Bros.  Nitrous oxide and oxygen lor painless extraction of teeth at Dr. Math  son's.    Both phones. *  Brown & Co, photogiaplieis, ol  Victoiia, who are woiking for tne Pro  vincial Bureau of Information, have  taken over 100 views in Phoenix this  last week.  If \on wish a first-class cigar call for  the Miners' Union.  Santa Claus'll  m Geo. S.  McKenzie 11  Confectionery,    W)u\  Stationery, \^(!  Fruits find Cigars rcr-  ��{   Kee\e��' Old Mann, Dominion   *S*J*;<-J  A\euuc    "i'lione 89  The INTERNATIONAL  Correspondence School ft*-""011-  Ones  you a choice   of NINTY COURSES   of  Study.     German,  I'reiich and .Spniiibii taiutht  uitli the Phonograph, giving the wat-Uru* own  \olce.   Write for catalogues  Box 7JI, Rossland, B c.   C. H. ESCHBAUGAH.  ���4-M-f*f-f*f*��-f*��-f-H-*f'M-f4'*M-ft-��*  Store House  for l'hoenix and neighboiliood  has been established at McRae  Bios & Smiths' Stoie on Knob  Mill Ave, where will be loin  the most wondeilul assuiimcul  eveiy seen in the < ity.  Gifts for Young |  and Old  ton lunntiuis ih ni> ��� in ���> ���  Jii*.l visit us and we  a-^ii'i*  was ���  iliat theie will be a geneial   mi- J  pnse in stoie. J  Photographic  Views. J  We have a large line of Views J  01   Phoenix   and  m.-i^ilxiiliood. ���  Just tlu* thing to send home. ���  Crockery,   Glassware, J  Rockcnhamware, Lamps, ���  Burners,    Wicks and t  Lamp Glasses. *  lilel Sets al Bottom Prices. I  *-  TRY some of ourTeas ��������.  they will make you  laugh out loud. Try  a pound of our Tea  and a Rockenham Tea  pot, and you will never use any other.  Did you try the delicious Pumpkin,  three      t  cans for 35 cents. i  2? People's Cash Store |  HAKOY-McKKNZIK BLOCK. X  i * *��������������������������������<��������������������������<��  kk Bros. 8  if  Have Arrived|  Consisting oi Com- ili  plete line of I'mia  Sri*., Mann mc Suis  Ladies aiul Gentlemen's Com|ianiors,  Lettci r.i-cs, Shaving sets, I'etitumecj  etc.  is  -4  lit  A. P. McKENZIE t  jar   Phoenix, B.CW  The Druggist.  PAUL KAUFFMANN,  Proprietor.  PIANOS, ORGANi.VIOLINS AND  lirie ind Smill Instruments ��t Ri|ht  Prices.  FULL i INE Or ��Hf CT MUSIC  Mncii* FuriiinlMil 'for BaUo. Parties or  RuM'ptinn?on Short Nniict*.  Copper St.,, Greenwood, B�� C.  SPECIAL OFFERINGS  OLD IRONSIDE, NEW YORK, and  DOMINION COPPER CO., LOTS,  Fine Ranch La d for sale in the Vicinity of Crniid Koiks and  Columbia.  We tranmrt a general Itruki-rwre and Imuiriu:'*�� Htsr-iiH-HH.  M'ARTHUR&MONK, Agents  OFHICK: Gkavk-Williamh Block.  P. O. Ilox, M.   V. & N 'I'hotic, 51.  Buy Presents  that will be appreciated by your friends and relatives.  a Ring, a Watch  or a Selection from the many different articles of Jewelery  to bs found in our slock will strike the right chord. (  Zimmerman f^eler  has them in grea: variety and at prices that will SELL.  J. McCAGUK,  PROPRIETOR.   ,  City Bakery v.& ���.,.���������,,������,  Bread, Cakes, Pies, Etc., Fresh Daily.  IRONSIDES ADDITION, I'HOKNIX, B. C. Kkkb Deuvikv  WEAR a FALL SUIT or OVERCOAT made by  ricAULIFFE^cTAIL0R  and your Friends will praise your taste.   Union help only employed.  iT/lS  *���s,  MINERAL   ACT  CERTIFICATE OP IMPROVEMENTS.  'I NOTICE.  Gold Commissioner nnd Copper Kniff Number 2  Mi,icrolclaims, bltunlc 111 tl'e Kettle Riier  Mining Division of Yale District  1      Ww-.nxI.ocATrn���In Copper Cnmp  Take notice that I Patrick J   Dermody, Vrev  Miners* I'erlificite   Nilnilicr   II40553 for ni>self  and ns agent for Thomas II. Garrison  Prte  Miners' Certificate ** umber K43601, intend *.ixty <Iaj��  from dale hereof to apply lo tne Mining Recorder  fcr n Certificate of Improvements for the purpose  of obtaining Croun Grants to the aliotc claims .  And   further take   notice th.it nctlon, under  Section 3;,' 111.ist be commenced before the issuance or such certificate of uupro\ einents.  Dated tins 17th day of December 1901.  6-11 P. J DKKMODY.  NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT.  Pursuant to the ���."Creditors' Trust Heeds Act.  1901"  NOTICK is hereby given that Victor Mounter  carrvincfon business as a nlioledali.liquor dealei  at tlie city of I'lioemx, Ih-itish ' olumbin, has bv  indcutiiie dated. ]>C(.euibei 16th, 1931 assigned  nil hU personal property, real estate, credits and  effects uluch m,iy he tteized and sold under execution 10 William Wellinfjton ''raig of the said  City of Phoenix, clerk In, trust, for the general  le icfil o"hi> crcdi ors.  fhe said indenture Was executed by the said  Victor Monnitr and by the said trustee on lhe  16th day of December 1901: and notice is hereby  Kiieit that all creditors nnd others having claims  against the said Victor Moniner, nre required to  send iu to the undersigned the full particulars  thereof proved 111 manner required by the said  Act together \u h the particulars of the security,  if any, held by them, 011 or before the 37th dny of  January, A D 190s, aftei nhicli date the trustee  will proceed to distribute the proceeds of the  estate amongst the parties entitled thereto, having regard 'o tlie claims of which the trustee  shall have then had notice, and the trustee shall  not be liable for the said proceeds or any part  thereof, so distributed to any person of whose  claim the trustee ihallliate had 110 notice at the  tuneof the distribution thereof, and all persons  indebted tpthe naid Victor Monnier are required  to pay tlie amount of their Indebtedness lo the  trustee forthwith.  A meeting ofthe creditors ntll be held at the  offices of Messrs. Ooylcyfii Cochrane, post office  Block, Dominion a\enue, Phoenix, B C. on the  3rd da> of January 1907, at the hour of three 111  the afternoon, for the purpose of fining directions wilh reference to the disposal or the estate.  Service e.f writs may be made upuu Messrs  Caylcv & Cochrane, Postoffice tllock, Dominion  Ave , Plii.eu x P,C, Solicitors for the said tru ���  tec.  Dated this 19th day of December A D  1501.  WILLIAM WEM.IVGTON ' RAI'1,  "Trustee, I'hocuiK, B, C.  c  e  a  m  ��  ���  e  o  ���  a  0  ���  0  0  0  0  ��  e  ��  e  9  9  0  0  9  9  9  O  9  0  0  9  0  e  9  9  9  0  The WM. HUNTER CO, Ltd  Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Gents' Furnishings.  Christmas Presents  Useful dfid Seosonoble to sim aie purses  Will be found in our extensive stock of Fancy Dry  Goods and Gents Furnishing^,  SpecioS Purchase of  Japanese-Poocy China,  consisting of Tea Sets, Chocolate Sets, Cups and  Saucers, Vases, Plates, Bowls, Tobacco Jars, Preserve  Jars and Butter Dishes, etq., "-etc.  1        T  Dominion Avenue, Phoenix, B. C.  0  t  *  ���  e  ���  ��  ���  t  e .  0  v;  1  a  t  ��  *  ��  *  *  *  *.  *  *  *  *  ��  ��  a  s  ��  e  9  ��  0  *  ��  ���  a  -O ���^���mmmmWMMmmMM>��^������������m^~mm  II ~- '   Aft*  99i>9999909999O9OO999O99OO909&O99@Q99O��&99O999��Q(),OOO*999e9O99O9(!>9999999*99O9  '��� ���. ,\,v���'.���- , yi  !l *���.'<  '- / ���  V   r


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