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The Phoenix Pioneer Feb 3, 1900

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 "���v^ ���^r-T~7,"fr**7!T'.T"pT���'���J5"-������t:  " *!  ' ~-VJ| fpr-Tf -;���<������������- .     i (v vi  ���"!*^^���"r^T,^^,,^1!f'Tii"T'7rn���~"rr,*yi  '" ."r^i-ir^'_^��t<''>*'^^^^^.V/,-.^^ ��� -^-���l-l^_^_!, Hs^.  o --���-  -j  OYK-R....  ���'1  'p'lilViVlHr.i  1  400 MEN  Art'    working  in   the  hwik'S around Phoenix.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District.  .'   Tin- I'avic.H'of.  S       PHOENIX  Is larger than that of  'iiny other .Boundary  (.'amp.  Vol.. 1.  PHOENIX, BRITISH  COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 190&.  Xo. 12.  if  I  I  J  5  _  ^  Jfl  3*  f  if  \<  \i  35- THE _��  u  Is Alive to the Requirments  of its members.  1 HMMH (0. tale.1  Is Alive to the Requirements  of the public.  Full and Complete Lines.  Groceries  Hardware  Crockery  Queccnsware  Tinware  Dry Goods  Furnishings  Hats, Caps,  Boot and Shoes,  Slippers.  Hercules  Powder.  Caps  Fuse  Mining  Supplies  CompIeteLine of Carpenters' Tools  -NOW IN.  F��1jM a Specialty.  Prompt Delivery.  Co, Ltd.  Old Ironsides Addition,  PHOENIX, B.C.  Our  Stronghold  Is Groceries and Provisions���Only the  best available goods supplied.  Our Aim  Is to please  and Price.  Our Request  Is that you give us  are not already  customers.  Remember  We are not  <K>  Dominion Avenue.     900  FOR THE GOLD DROP  Temporary   Air   Compressor  Plant Ordered.  WAR EAGLE NOW IN FULL   BLAST  . C. Mine Already Making a Fine Record is a  Shipper���Now Taking Out $45 Ore from  250 Foot Level.  Stanley A. Easton.of the Gold Drop,  returned Sunday via Rossland from  a  trip to Spokane on business connected  with the mine.    It will be remembered  that   a  couple  of months  since the  Gold Drop Mining Co.   ordered   the  first half ol'a 15-drill duplex air  compressor.    While  it was in the process  of manufacture  a   temporary    steam  plant   was  put   in.    Inlormation  has  been received, however, that there are  so many order?, ahead   that  the  compressor  cannot   be delivered for    two  months  yet.    This is too slow for the  Gold Drop management, and a small  compressor, of about lour drill capacity  has been ordered from Rossland   aVid  will be on   hand   Jn   a few days.    It  will be used  till the   larger  plant 'arrives.    No  hoist  is   needed  on    tlie  Cold Drop, as it is a   tunnel  proposition.  B. C. Hag Shipped 500 Tons.        .  Thus far, and although shipping  has only been inauguated for a few  days, the B. C. mine has-shipped 500  tons of ore to the Trail smelter, or  25 cars. At present three or four cars  daily are being sent out and this record  is expected to be continued indefinitely. The B. C. is the first mine in xhe.  Boundary to start regular and continuous shipments.  The crosscutting of the ore body  at sorhe 50 feet on the 250-foot level  in this mine has greatly enhanced the  value of the property. Thus far the  crosscut has gone 45 feet into the ore  IxJdy-without'reaching the other"si_ef  and $45 rock, mostly copper, is being  taken out in the ��� course- of deveop-  ment.  Last Monday the dozen ore .r.hovel-  ers requested that their pay be raised  from $2.56 to $3.00 per day. Manager'Parrish, who is new to the district,  informed the Pioneer man that he inquired and found out that   $3.00  was  BOUNDARY MINES THAT HAVE SHIPPED.  Some of Those Thai Have Already Utilized tbe  New Railway.  Long before the new Boundary railway was completed, there were a number of mines ready to ship ore to the  smelters. Beloie it was finished some  of these properties had hauled.ore in  wagons to the nearest railway point  and sent out a ear or two. Since then  more of them have taken advantage of  the proximity ofthe track, and are  now regular shippers.  One of the last to commence shipments was the B.C. mine, in Summit  camp, but it lias already established a  record, having sent out 25 cars, and  now an average of two cars is being  sent out daily Irom its dump, said to  contain 60,000 tons of ore. The Oro  Denoro, also in Summit camp, has  shipped two cars with satisfactory results, and in a few weeks will be in a  position to ship regularly.  The  Mother   Lode,   in   Deadwood  NEW GREY EAGLE CO.  Strong  Corporation Has Just  Been Formed.  WILL MATERIALLY ADD TO PAY ROLL  Being Floated by the Miner _rev_  Syndicate  in   Montreal-To   Develop Qrey   Eagle,'  Banner, Tip-Top and Triangle Fraction  Claims.  May Lose Eyesight.  Lew Pitkey, blacksmith at the B.C.  mine, met with a serious accident last  Tuesday, a ragged splinter of steel  striking bis eye while at work. Dr.  Kingston, of Eholt, was summoned  and removed the splinter, which was  nearly half an inch long. It had penetrated the eyelid and was deeply imbedded ire. the eyeball. It is hoped  the sight may be saved.  Pilkey was formerly employed on  the War Fagle, in Phoenix camp,  where he was luid up, for several weeks  from an injury to the same eye.  Another strong corporation has just  been formed to develop   claims  lying/.  in the heart of Phoenix  called tlie Grey Eagle  Gold   Mining'  Co., Ltd., has a capital of $1,500,000,  Dance in the School House.  A dance was given last night at th,'  school  house by the   trustees,   lor tin:  benefit - of   the   school. When   the  building was finished  there  was quite  a balance yet to. be paid, and it wa;  ,   .  ��� for this purpose the dance was  given,  camp.      It is mm 11    *    ���     1  1 .11 here   was an   excellent  attendance,  and a goodly sum was raised.  camp, has sent out several cars of cop- and    was   organized   by   the   Miner-  per ore, and the Gold Bug has shipped j Graves   Syndicate  at   Montreal.     It  'will add considerably to the payroll of  two cars of high grade silver ore. The  Last Chance, in Skylark camp, sent  out a car of rich silver ore in December.  A month or two ago the Snowshoe,  a mile from Phoenix, hauled a couple  of-cars to Greenwood and shipped  thence to the smelter. The Winnipeg  ha? also shipped several cars and expects to,.ship more. A number oi  others have also made small shipments  by rail, which were the beginning of  steady work along this line in a short  time.  Several ofthe properties in Phoenix  camp are ready   to ship the moment  the track gets here, already having j obtained in the Knob Hill; on the 200-  large reserves on which they can draw. | loot-level, are where the Knob Hill  Among these are the Brooklyn, Stem-1 'edge passes into the Grey Eagle,  winder, Old Ironsides, Knob Hill, | ground." This ledge continues through  Gold Drop and Golden Crown. the Grey Eagle, as, proved by .this and  Miners' Union Opening Ball.  The Opening Ball of the new Miners'  Union Hall, in Phoenix,  will'he given.  the camp, as extensive development is on Thursday. February 22nd, and th  to be started early in the spring.  The properties owned by tlie new  company are the well-known Grey  Eagle, Banner, Tip Top and Triangle  fraction claims, which adjoin the  War Kagle, Knob KffU, Old Ironsides  and Idaho claims���ground that is considered valuable for mining purposes!  The total area of the four cbims is  about 125 acres.  The success of the flotation of the  Miner-Graves properties in the camp  will doubtless be repeated with the  Grey-Eagle Co.    The best values vet  Thus far all, or nearly all of the  shipments have been made to the  Trail smelter. As soon as the Granby  and Mother Lode smelters are ready  for business, a large share ofthe ore  will go to these reduction works.  SAW COUGARS AND PANTHERS.  Eholt and Phoenix,  the standard wage for common labor  in the Boundary, and promptly raised  the pay accordingly.  Part of the new machinery is on  hand, and the balance is expected to  arrive soon. It will be installed as  soon as possible and the force of men  increased accordingly.  War Eagle Plaut is Going.  Steam was gotten up in the new-  plant of the War Eagle last week, and  on Tuesday last the hoist was set at  work. The starting of the air compressor was the work of only a few  days more. Three shift.-s are now  employed at the property, and sinking  is steadily going on. This will probably continue at least to the 100-foot  level before cross cutting begins. At  present the shaft is going down on the  ledge and good ore is being taken out.  It is reported that another bond has  been taken on the R. Bell claim, in  Summit camp, by Grand Forks capitalists, and that work will start at once.  A contract has been let to Mr. Noble,  who formerly had a contract on the  B.C., to sink 40 feet on the 21 claim,  near Eholt, recently taken over by the  Boundary Lardeau Mining Co.  On  the Trail Between  I���st- Friday night Lew Foley and  Neil Stewart .were coming from Oro  Denoro to Phoenix on the trail, armed  only with a small revolver and a candle  lantern. About a mile this side of  Oro Denoro they were scented by  several cougars,- who proceeded to  lollow them on all sides, jumping  across the trail and otherwise indulging  in little pleasantries that were not appreciated by the travellers. The revolver was used, but no damage, was  done as far as could be noted, and  after following the couple a mile or  two the unpleasant escort slunk away.  A few days since a man stopping at  the Norden hotel rushed down town to  secure firearms for the purpose of annihilating a huge panther, which he  averred he had just seen somewhere in  the woods back of the Old Ironsides.  After being assured by Constable Dar-  raugh that there was no objection to  the proposed slaughter, he sallied forth  armed cap-a-pie. Up to the present  writing no trophies of the chase are  reported to have been brought in.  The denizens of the forest have probably sought the shelter of the upper  kopjes.  Money Order Office "At Once."  Hewitt Bostock, M. P., has replied  to the telegram sent by a dozen concerns in Phoenix, requesting the establishment of a money order office here  at once, saying: "I hope to be able to  get this matter arranged for you at  once."  This was from Victoria, but as Mr.  Bostock is now at Ottawa, he should  be able to secure action in tlie matter  without delav.  L.C.CRAWFORD  Real Estate and Mines.  f  Agent for the following .Fire Insurance Companies:���Phoenix, of London ; the  Western Assurance and tlie British  America Assurance, of Toronto.  ��_  Selling; Agent OLD IRONSIDES SUBDIVIION, Town  of Phoenix.  OFFICE: KNOB HILL AVENUE,  Phoenix, B. C.  surface work,  It is the intention to work these  properties in conjunction with the Old  Ironsides, Knob Hill, Victoria and  other claims of the syndicate, which  means economical development and  executive management!* The new  40-drill compressor, to be put in this  spring or summer, will be  utilized for  the needed ..power.-...,,.,- ���.....,.., ���...���>��� -  *   Victoria Ore Body Growing.  Crosscutting of the ore body on the  Victoria, which was struck about a  month ago through the 300-foot level  of the Old Ironsides, still continues.  At present the drills have gone through  65 feet of solid ore, without reaching  the other side of the ledge, and the  character of the ore is most satisfactory.  From the portal of the crosscut the  ! distance is now 267 feet to the face.  Officials of the Granby company, owning the property, are not a little pleased  at this new ore find.  In Boundary Mines.  The shaft in the Blue Jay, in Skylark camp, is now down 120 feet.  About 20 men are employed on the  Oro Denoro and 50 on the B. C.  The Brooklyn wa-; shut down Sunday to clean tlie boilers, starting again  Sunday evening.  Tenders are being asked, to be in by  February 5th, for hauling 1000 cords  of wood from the 4th of July to tlie  Old Ironsides.  The tunnel on the Rawhide is now  in 75 feet on the present contract, or a  total of 475 feet, and the rock is getting well mineralized.  A. C. Edwards,'of Spokane, who is  interested in the Last Chance mine, a  couple of miles from Phoenix, visited  the property this week.  James Marshall on Tuesday, while  sharpening steel at his claim, the Providence, was struck in" the eye by a  small piece. It is thought no serious  damage was done.  Last week the blacksmith shop at  the Mountain View was blown up by  an explosion of dynamite; no one hurt.  The property is improving and work  is steadily going on in the shaft, now  down about 45 feet. The tunnel is in  86 feet.  On the Little Burn fraction,, in the  north end of tlie camp,, nearly the  whole shaft is solid ore, carrying good  gold values and a fair per cent, of copper. The property is owned by Tom  Roderick and Jimmy Marshall, who  have been working on it.  J. T.  lanndrv  Mullen  Soap Suds Flying.  Johnson has given up the  business,     and     C.     E.  has resumed charge of the  establishment. Mr. Mullen wishes  his friends and the general public to  remember that soap suds are still  flying at the same old stand, corner  of First street and Knob Hill avenue.  He will make a specialty of family and  hotel work at reduced rates,   and   will1 Kerr went to  members are making extensive preparations to make it a notable event.  Tlie best music in the Boundary will  be provided. The reception committee consists of Messrs. C. H. Towns,  Robert Veaeh,   Jas. Stephens,   M. H.  j'Mc(_ mrrie and Frank Hucklehy. The;  [floor managers will be John Riordan,  Thos. Blair and Jas Marshall. Dance  tickets will cost $1.50, and supper, to  be served in the large room below the  hall, will be extra.  Wanted, at Once.  Cash paid at the Pioneer office lor  clean cotton rags. Bring 'em along  and get your money. I )on't stand on  ceremony.    Any quantity taken.  IN THE LOCAL FIELD.  There is considerable inquiry for  real, estate of late.  Most, satisfactory meals in the city  served at the Imperial Cafe.  J. F. Heruenway and James Stephens visited Grand Forks this week.  ���   rT"he"~newl v. - re-opened���Butte ����� dmlng  rooms are growing'more popular each  ��� week.  Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Covert of Grand  ���Forks, are visiting the Limily of \V. S.  Porter.  Dick Williams, of the Jenckes Machine Co., Sheibrooke. P. (.)., was in  town Thursday.  The Phoenix Feed & Produce Co,  received a carload of Calgary flour and  oats this week at Hartlord Junction.  H. McKinney, formerly of Greenwood, has been added to the staff .of  the Hunter-Kendrick Co., in Phoenix.  O. S. Walker & Co., on Dominion  avenue, have at last got in tlie long  delayed windows for the front <_ their  premises.    ,  Peter Benson, of Niagara, bought  a lot on Old Ironsides avenue this  week, and will put up a building at an  early date.  J. F. Walker, ofthe Phoenix News  Co., went to Greenwood this week to  meet Mrs. Walker. They will go. to  housekeeping at once.  That satisfied expression is from a  man who eats regularly at the Imperial Cafe. Have you tried it yet?  Everything the best that can be had.  Wm. Yolen Williams, superintendent of the Graves-Miner properties, returned to camp this week, having visited Spokane, Rossland and White's  camp.  The electric light for the Old Ironsides has been installed and is now in  full working order. It is of 100 lights,  capacity and is used in the mine, shaft  house and office.  Owing  to  the   non-arrival   of the  large burglar-proof safe, now   en route  from Toronto, the Phoenix  branch of  the Eastern Townships Bank  did   not  Iopen this week.     It will doubtless be  1 ready for business next week.  C. S. Truesdale arrived in town  I Tuesday and assumed charge of the  Boundary Creek telephone exchange  and the Spokane Northern telegraph  office. The telephone line has been  working much better the last lew davs.  j To vaccinate or not to vaccinate is  la leading question in Phoenix ami  other parts of the Boundary. A large  j number are being inoculated by our  (physicians. The cost is now ji.oo,  jail Boundary physicians having finally  I agreed on this low rate.  The   incorporation   committee   has  ! been at work this week, hut it will take  some little time for  them to complete  their   labors, as   the   property   owners  are widely scattered.      Barrister R. B.  Fairview   Tuesdav to se-  /  1  ;ia?p  "MP.:  call for and deliver all work  entrusted  to him.  j cure a copy of the assessment roll, and  i is expected to return today.  w^-Twrifsbtv-  Am R*'  -i--~  ;"*nr^.7"  ���li^  W   Till: PHOENIX PIONEER.  The Phoenix Pioneer,  ISSUED  ON SATURDAY BY THE  riONEERPrBLISIJINdCO.  AT PHOCNIX B. C.  W. B. WILLCOX, Mgr.  -.,, MJlSCUn'TKiN   l.'A'i'lX  fiiioYoHr .-        -        - t        $i.0()  Mt Months   - -        - -        -      I.i">  AilvoriMnir riit<-s imule kmmii imii|>i>"'fntloti.  Agents for llic Pioneer.  The Pioneer can* be found on sale  at the following places;, M. W. Simpson and Linton Bros., Rossland; Thomson Stationery Co., Nelson; J. W.  Graham & Co., Spokane; H. S. Wallace, ('rand Forks; H. A. King it Co.,  Greenwood; T. Walker, Midway;  Phoenix News Co., Phoenix. McRae  Bros. & Smith, Phoenix.  The Fenians who talked of invading Canada recently, have wisely  changed their mind. They know better, in reality. But should they be so  crazy as to come, they would probabiy  be run into jail by the police in the  firsl town they reached.  SHALL PHOENIX INCORPORATE.  To incorporate or not to incorporate,  is now jJv-J .question in Phoonix, with  the strong'probability of its being decided in the'affirmative at a compar-  itively early day. At the public meeting,  held in the middle of last week at  Miners' Union hall, there was a large  representatation of those interested in  the different parts of the place. After  discussing the wisdom cf preparing  lor incorporating, a special committee  was appointed to take the matter up.  This committee has been actively at  work, and feels encouraged at the success thus far met with.  As explained at the meeting, it will  be needail to secure the passage of a  special act by the provincial assembly,  now in scssion/mit when the matter is  presented to the legislators it is- not  thought theie will be any serious difficulty to overcome.  The portions of the town to be included in the proposed corporate limits are the Cimeron mineral claim,  known as the Rumberger addition, the  larger part of the Old Ironsides addition, and it is hoped the owner of the  New York claim, also platted, and which  is registered as Phoenix, will see his way  to be included. Connection will, oi  course, have to be made between the  two portions of the town by a short  roadway thiough the unplatted portion.  Actual owners of property in the  fwo most thickly settled portions ol  (the community have been almost unam-  imous in expressing their approval1 of  fhe proposal to incorporate, and it is  Relieved that the lew who are not yet  in line, will give their consent in due  course.  The .benefits to accrue to a growing  Jown like Phoenix, from being able to  manage its own affairs, are considerable, and scarcely need reiterating here,  so'patent are they. The one item of  having the revenue collected, which  now goes to Victoria (most ot it never  fo wander back) spent right here, is  sufficient in itself to  warrant the step.  Another thing that is of pressing  importance is that we can take sanitary  precautions that are absolutely needlul.  Too much stress cannot be laid on  this point.  About the only reason advanced by  the iew opposed to incorporation is  that it is too early yet. Well, it takes  some little lime to put such measures  into effect, and why should we not be  prepaied lor it when we are ready.  All agree that it must come in due  time, and some think the time is not  lar off.  It is said, on authority, that there  are more Simon pure wild cats to the  square mile, in a mining way, in South  Africa than in any other section on  the globe. This should have an excellent effect on British Columbia,  when the reaction really sets in.  The British in Ladysmith have  started a newspaper, tne prospectus oi  which announced: "What you want  in a besieged town is news that you  can absolutely rely on as false." Some  of the war correspondents must' have  taken their cue from this unique journal. "  When the whole British world is  waiting breathless for war news the  C.P.R. press service allowed the cap-  ture.of Spion Kop to get into the  American papers 24 hours ahead of  British Columbia journals. Little  wqnder that a healthy howl arose from  the Kootenays to the^ coast.  Some persons may be small enough  to misjudge the motives of Lord  Strathcona, in equipping and paying  the entire expense 01'a Canadian bat-  tallian of 400 cavalry. But sensible  people will readily see the teal patriot  in this act oi the distinguished Canadian, even if he is wealthy. It will  cost, it is said, a round million dollars.  Remarkable as it mav seem, from  the reports, the provincial assembly is  actually doing something besides  quarreling over the majority question.  For the present, at least, the "ins" are  on top, but the ''outs" talk of having a  card up their collective sleeve that  will turn the tables. As yet it has  failed to appear.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS,  ALDHAH & BLUNT,  Mine Surveyors,  and Draughtsmen.  Phoenix, B.C.  K B. KERR,  Barrister and Solicitor,  notary public.;.-  PHOENIX, B.C  J. A. CORYELL & CO.,  Civil and Mining Engineers   Provincial Land Surveyors.  established 1886.  Grand Forks  and  Phoenix, B.C.  H. S. CAY LEY.  W.B. COCHRANE  CAYLEY & COCHRANE,  Solicitors, Etc.  PHOENIX, B. C.  EDITORIAL COMMENTS.  It may not be lashionable to  vaccinate, but all the same there  are   large  numbeis who are  taking that precau-  , tion.  A great building era will begin in  Phoenix this spring, if the expressed  intentions of individuals and corporations are any criterion.  Interest is now about equally divided between the war in the Transvaal,  the war at Victoiia and the smallpox  epidemic south of us, with the las;  named a tiifle in the lead.  Again the press reports show anything but a uivorable situation for the  British arms in South Africa. Nevertheless all over the empire recruiting  continues with a more grim determination than ever to win in the end.  The Spokesman-keview persists in  classing the Boundary as a part of the  Kootenays. Such, of course, is not  the case, and the editor of Spokane's  great daily should rub up on geogiaphy.  Jie has made the slip several times.  A. E. ASHCROFT,  MINING AND CIVIL ENGINEER  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR.  BAUER & ASHCROFT,  VANCOUVER, B. C.  GREENWOOD, B. C  ANGUS K. STEWART  CUSTOMS BROKER,  WOOD 11UILDING,  GREENWOOD, R C.  J.M.CLARK,  HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER.  PAPER HANGING AND DECORATING.  Phoenix St., PHOENIX, B. C.  scon & McLaren,  Contractors and Builders.  Estimates Furnished,  PHOENIX, B.C.  DRS. FOSTER & BOUCHER,  physicians and surgeons,  officio: imperial hotel.  Telephone.  PHOENIX, B.C  D. J. MATHESON,  INSURANCE AGENT,"  FIRE,  LIFE, ACCIDENT.  Commissioner for tnklntr Affidavits.  Phoenix, B. C  KCMEMBER ME MAINE,  Shaving Parlors  and Bath Rooms.  BASEMENT IJ0URK   BUILDING.  Phoenix, B. C.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������&������������������������������������������������������������������������  V AUG HAN & McInNES,  Thc Pioneer  ���..Butchers  OF THE CAMP.  We handle all Kinds of Beef, Pork, Mutton and Veal.  Also Fish, Poultry and Oj-sters in season.  Your Trade Solicited.   Our Prices Are Right.  Old Ironsides Ave.       PHOENIX, B C  ���-���-��-���-  -*.-���-  t  -GOTOTHE���- Y  j Phoenix Feed and Produce Co*  I  Y FOR YOUR I  |    Hay, Grain, Ficur and Feed.     *  Just  Received a Carload of Calgary Oats and Carload of Hay.  Choice Butter Always on hand.  Warehouse: Corner  Phoenix Street and Brooklyn Avenue.  <fr-���>-&-0-��' 9 9 9 +-9-Q-9-9  ���-9-m-i  Columbia  Cornet Dominion Ave.  and Phoenix Street.  The Largest and Best Appointed Hotel  in the Camp. European plan. Newly  furnished and finished throughout.  HEAD OFFICE FOR BOUNDARY CREEK, GREENWOOD, II. C.  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  ��� Markets at. Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,  Silverton, New.Denver, Ymir, Salmo, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Niagara and Phoenix.  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  All orders receive prompt attention;  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������I*  Hartford Hotel,  <^^_Hartford Junction, B. C.  This hotel, which' is new, is located at the junction -  of the Phoenix aud Winnipeg branches of the C. P.  R;    All the railway   traffic for these camps must  pass through Hartford.    Give us a call.  .JOHN-DORSEY-i Prof,  I The British Columbia Wholesale  A  Liquor Company, Limited/     |  R. GREIGER, Manager.  |  agenbforpabst Beer.  i  i  1  I ^^^COMPLETE LINE OF BAR SUPPLIES..*.*.* g  I ...GREENWOOD, B. C...  Phoenix Stage Line.  Makes%*wo Round Trips Daily Between Phoenix  and Greenwood.  Leaves Phoenix at S.30 a. 111. and 2,30 p. m. , Phoenix Time.  Leaves  Greenwood at 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.  Greenwood Time.  GOOD RIGS, GOOD STOCK AND FAST TIME.  MANDEL & MURPHY, Props.  4H  Clafk & Binns,  DEALERS IN  ...FURNITURE... . s  $% With Several Carloads in Stock and Several more en route, we can   <H  $%        .fill any order, from the Largest Hotel to the Coziest Home.  ii "   "  Let us figure en your order.  UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING.  .Old Ironsides Avenue, *<  4<  .W. T. KAAKE, Proprietor.  ^Si_%?��v><������s;v#^  (Opposite Miners' Union Hall)  Corner Dominion Avenue and Banner   Street, Phokntx, B. C.  This Hotel is Hard Finished^Bar Furnished With the Fin-  Conveniently Arranged.    %t est of Goods.  ^s**uu^_ Graham & Prendergast, Props.  ���u*^C_T^.*����*.��...#;V_i��*c _:*.��&",��* ^%  *\t2\**'r *"���_*^���"���''''O* ^2#'*,��'^:j*;;0_>l_*"^_��_��_��'>����fotr)fr����r>��  Formerly of Sandon.  Merchant Tailors.  Are now open with a full and Complete  ''     Assortment of the Latest Patterns in Suitings  Overcoatings, Etc.  Cor, phpenixSt. and Brooklyn Ave., Phoenix, B.C.  pggCTg^T)TOiaTO'm__^ It  ~rrr^f7rr  ���e r���-f !>.-��� xt ^rr��� vt   ���J&***^~ii*��^wa.)atemt^jthj/& to ��_^i��  cl_$__{I&ffiir^^  - ^  iyaaatJfiwr,iiir,w>yafla^ww^tw^.;  ��  I  I  i  -I  ��  1  1  i  '4  ��  ?  i   ,  ���ft*  91*  ��*&t  iSfe  3fc  'I  if  r  THE   PHOENIX PIONEER.  ^^^^.K^^^**************  !W.Ma*IG).  DRUGGISTS and  STATIONERS.  4-  t  i  ���  ���  .*  I  X  CAKRV A  FUI.I. LINK OF  X   ���  /       Drugs,  +      Patent Medicines,  + Toilet Soaps,  X Perfumes,  X       and Stationery.  ������+'������  4        PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY.  | -      '������������$   :   "  x  + ��  + ltomoiiilior the Wutlon, J  ���4- ���������  | Old Ironsides Ave. PHOENIX, B. C. |  NOTICE.  Tlie British Columbia Southern  Railway company will apply to the  Parliament ol" Canada at. its next session for an act authorizing the company to complete at any time before  the end ofthe year 1904 its western  section as dcscfibed in the act of the said  parliament (60-61 Victoria, Chapter  36) and a branch line from a point  on its main line at or near the forks of  Michel Creek, thence by way of .Michel  Creek to Martin Creek, and for other  purposes.  By order of the Board.  H. Camphku. Oswald, Secretary.  Montreal, 17th November, 1899.      17  THE WILLIAM HUNTER CO., LTD.  Now Opening Up in the New Building on  Dominion Avenue.  One of the pioneers in merchandising in Kootenay was William Hunter, a  gentleman who stands high all through  British Columbia. Settling in the  Slocan in the early 'go's, when that  district was in its infancy, he success-  lully-r. conducts mercantile establishments at Silverton, Three Forks and  Alamo.  Last fall Mr. Hunter purchased a  lot on Dominion avenue and let a contract for a building. The structure,  two stories high, is now complete, and  the large stock has begun to arrive.  It will consist of Clothing, Boots'and  Shoes, Dry Goods, Carpets, House  Jpurnishings, etc., and Millinery. Mr.  Hunter will occupy both floors of his  capacious building and will shortly  have it filled with the choicest goods  in his line. Mr. Alfred Reeve, an experienced nun in this line is in charge  of the establishment.  Mr. Hunter has been looking for a  new location for a year or more, and  finally picked out Phoenix as the most  promising town in the district. He  will doubtless do well here, as he has  done in the Slocan, as he has a host ol  friends everywhere.  " "T*~Ffc*t Delinquent Subscribers.  During these war times, people who  ���stay in the Slocan arc reasonably safe.  Wc have no desire to join the Cana-  _ian contingent and crush out the  .Boer republic. We would rather stay  at home and fight delinquent subscribers. Although the woods are full ol  them we can gradually do them up  without spattering our clothes with  blood, or having our haircut with a  dum dum, or dam dum bullet, as  might be the the case if we were on  the firing line in blood:soaked Africa.  ���New Denver Ledge.  MINERAL ACT, 1896.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  Wiu.amkna Mineral claim, situate  in  the Kettle River Mining Division  of Yale District.  Where located���Greenwood camp.  'lake notice that we, George W.  Rumberger, Free Miner's Certificate  No. B6450, and Alexander A. Mcintosh, Free Miner's Certificate No.  B6513, intend, sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant ofthe above claim.  And further take notice that action,  under section 37, must be commenced  before the issuance of such Certificate  of Improvements.  Dated this 22nd day of December.  1899.  ++����++i:����+��������������+����������������  FOR A GOOD  MEAL GO TO  int  Restaurant  Harber & Thompson,  Proprietors.  $  Meals at All Hours.  The Best the Market  ..... Affords. .....  &  DOMINION AVENUE.  Phoenix, B. C.  This Wag Not In Pboenlx.  The young woman had slipped on  }hc stepping stones in front of her  lather's house and injured her knee.  It grew so bad that she thought it necessary to call in a physician. She had  formed a dislike to the family doctor,  so her father suggested several others,  and finally it was decided to call the  spruce young man with a homeopathic  <;asc who passed tlie house every day.  They kept a sharp lookout, and when  lie came along, called him in. The  yonng lady modestly raised her skirts  and showed the disabled member.  The little man looked at it and said:  "That certainly is quite serious."  "Well" she said "what shall I do ?"  "If I were you," he whispered, "I  would send for a physician ; I am a  piano tuner."  The Jewel, in Long Lake camp,  will soon have its four-drill com pre ssor  plant.-in. position'to render service.  Six men arc employed on the Volcanic, on the North Fork of Kettle  river. The big tunnel to tap the ore  body 1,500 feet from the surface, is  driving ahead.  The second clean-up from the Waterloo mine at Camp McKinney has just  been made and resulted in the production of a neat little $2,000 gold  brick, the production of 20 days run  with the stamp mill.  Good reports are being brought in  from the While Flag claim, in Wellington camp, owned by J. W. Stout and  Claude Bellus, and the showing is said  to be something fine.  MINERAL ACT 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  Thk Jokkr Mineral claim, situate in  the Kettle River Mini" Division  of Yale District.  WhereLocated:���Greenwood Camp.  Take notice that we, Thomas B.  Garrison, Free Miners' Certificate No.  B1312S, Michael Sullivan, Free Miners'  Certificate No. B13156, and George  \V. Rumberger, F'ree Miners' Certificate No. B6450, intend, sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of  Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above  claim.  And further take notice that action,  under section 37, must be commenced  before the issuance of such Certificate  of Improvements.  Dated this Sixteenth day of November, 1899.  C^atman"  pacific ry,  AND SOO LINE.  Canada's National Highway  America's Great Transcontinental Line  and World's Pictorial Route.  The direct route from Kootenay, Kettle  River and Boundary Creek Districts  to all points East and West.  First-Class Sleepers on all trains from  Revelstoke and Kootenay Landing.  Tourist Cars past Medicine Hat:  Daily for St. Paul; Sundays and  Wednesdays for Toronto; Fridays  For Montreal and Boston. Same  Cars pass Revelstoke one day earlier.  Direct Connection via Robson to and  from all Points.  Except Sunday-        Except Sunday  13:20 Leave Greenwood Arrive 16.10  For   rates    and   full    information  address nearest local agent or,  E.R.REBPATH, Agent, Greenwood, B. C.  W.F. Anderson,        EJ.Coyle,  Trav. Pass. Agent, A.G. P.Agt.  Nelson, B.C.   Vancouver, B.C  II. D. PALORCIA.  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaranteed.    Imported Goods.  fine hoots and shoes made to  ORDER.  PRACTICAL    MINERS'  AND   PROSPECTORS' SHOES   A  SPECIALTY.  Corner Phoeolx St. tad Brooklyn Ave.  ��� ���������������������^^���������������������+f-M"M-��  i  I  t  4-  ������-  4-  t  t  ���  4-  Phoenix dews Co.  C. A. BALDWIN, Mgr.  Every thing- in stock that  should be found in an Up-to-  date News and Stationery  establishment.  Daily Papers,  Magazines,  Books,  Stationery,  Pipes,  Tobaccos and  Cigars.  DOMINION AVENUE  Phoenix, B. C.  Agts. for Spokesman-Review-  i  444>4"��444-444+444+ + 44444*44-  E.C. KEITH & CO,   HANDLE���..  Real Estate and  Mining Properties.  Copper properties Wanted.  Some choice lots in Phoenix  on Reasonable terms.  PHOENIX, B. C.  THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  Established 1867.  PAID-UP-CAPITAL  $6,000,000.  [Six Million Dollars.]    $1,000,000  REST .  President.  . . Hon. Geo. A. Cox.  General Manager B. E. Walker.  Ass't; Gen'l  Manager.J.H. Plummer.  Churcb Services.  Presbyterian.���Divine service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30 o'clock,  Ironsides   time,  in  the  schoolhousc.  Everbody cordially invited.  D. A. Stewart, B. A.,  Presbyterian Missionary.  Methodist.���Preaching service will  be held every Thursday evening, at  7:30 o'clock, at the schoolhousc. Sermon by Rev. B. H. Baldprston. Cor-  (dial invitation to all.  This hank has the largest number of  branches of any bank in Canada, with  agencies at New York, Chicago, New  Orleans, Skagway and Dawson City.  Accounts of Coporations, Merchants  and Individuals received on favorable  terms.  Drafts, Commercial Credits, Travelers' Credits and Circular Notes issued  available in any part of the world.  Approved Notes Discounted; Collections made.  A general Banking business transacted.  Greenwood Branch,  D. A. CAMERON,  Manager,  EASTERN  Townships Bank,  ESTABLISHED 1S59.  Capital $1,500,000  Reserve Fund    -    -   -    -    $835,000  hoard of directors:  R. W. Heneker, President.  Hon. M.H.Cochrane, Vice-Pres.  Israel Wood, J. S. Mitchell,  G. Stevens, J. N. Galer, N.W. Thomas, C.H.  Kathan. H. B. Brown, Q. C.  Head Qkkick, Sherbrooke, P.Q.  Wm.   Eanvcll, Gen'l Mgr., S. Edgell,  Local Mgr., S. F. Morcy, Branch Inspector.  branches.  Waterloo,W.I.Brfggs,Mgr,Stanstead,  S. Stevens, Mgr; Cowanville, J. Mac-  kinnon, Mgr.; Coaticook, B. Austin,  Mgr.; Richmond, W. L. Ball, Mgr.;  Gianby, W. H. Robinson, Mgr.; Bedford, E. W. Morgan, Mgr.; Magog,  li. P. Oliver, Mgr.; St. Flyacinthe, J.  J. Laframboise, Mgr.; Huntingdon, E.  N. Robinson, Mgr.; Grand Forks, J.  W. Macloughlin, Mgr.  Agents in Montreal, Bank of Montreal; London, Eng. Nat. Bk. of Scotland; Boston, Nat. Exchange Bk.jNew  York, Nat. Park Bank.  Collections made at all accessible  points. Drafts issued for any required  amounts, good in all points in Canada,  U. S. and Europe. Exchange bought  and sold.  Savings Branch Department at each  office.  Interest allowed  from  date of deposit and compounded annually without requii in.;   -ur^ntion   of  depositor  Office hoiiis: ;_ .<j !.t.l. irom 10 t�� 1^  THE BANK OF  Established in 1836.  Incorporated by Royal Charter.  PAID-UP CAPITAL,. . . .$4,866,666  RESERVE FUND...'... .$1,460,000  I.ONUON office:  3 Clement's Lare, Lombard Street, E.C  court of directors:  J.H.Brodie, John James Carter, Gas-  pard Farrer, Richard H. Glyn, Henry  I.R.Farrer, Ed. Arthur Hoare, H.J.B.  Kendall, J.J.Kingsford, Fred Lubbock,  George D. Whatman.  Secretary, A. G. Wallis.  Head office in Canada: St. James st.,  Montreal.  H. Stikeman, general manager.  J. Elmsley, inspector.  BRANCHES IN CANADA.  London, rantford, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Kingston, Quebec, St. John, N. li., Brandon; Winnipeg, Fredericton, N.B., Halifax, Victoria, Vancouver, Rossland, Kaslo,  Trail, Ashcroft, Dawson City, Klondike, N.W.T,, Greenwood, Atlin and  Bennett, B. C.  AC.ENTS IN THE UNITED STATES.  Spokane���Traders Nat. and Old Nat.  Bank. N.Y.���(52 Wall st.) W.I.awson  and J.C.Welsh, agents. San Francisco  (124 Sansome st.)H.J.McMichael and  J.R.Ambrosc agents.  LONDON BANKERS.     ���  The Bank of England and Glyn & Co.  FOREIGN AOENTS.  Liverpool���Bk. of Liverpool, Australia  -Union Bk. of Australia. New Zealand  Union Bk. of Aus., Bk of N.Z. India,  China and Japan-Chartered Mer. Bk.  of India, London and China, Agra Bk.  W. Indies-Colonial Bk. Paris-Marcu-  ard. Krauss & Co., Lyons-Credit  Lyonnais. 0  JOHN W. SMITH, Acting Mgr., Greenwood, B.C.  The  A. &_t'  Dominion Avemie, Phoenix, B. C.  PHOENIX*'  BAKERY  C. W. Greer, Propr.  Special. Attention Paid to  Hotel, Family and Mining Trade.  SHOP:  PHOENIX STREET,  REAR MORRIN & THOMPSON,  PHOENIX, 13. C.  The Leading Hotel of tlie City*  Everything New Throughout.  Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars.  Favorite Resort of Mining Men.  *�� _��' Give us a Gall & <&  -��rfte��^C. W, ABBOTT, Mgr.  POSTY & WALKER  The Pioneer Merchants ofthe Gamp,  still catering to a large share ofthe  trade.  Headquarters for Miners*  Splendid   Assortment  of  Clothing, Groceries,   etc.  niners'Supplies at Rock Bottom Prices.  DOMINION AVE., PHOENIX, B. C.  J, E. FORTIN,  Dominion Avenue  Phoenix, B. C,  Shoes   made  in  any  style.     Rubbers and Shoes repaired.  All kinds of Leather Findings for sale.        Harness Repairep.  WSHAVEGOOD  _"-*_*-��-L_    V\/_-^__-*__-_ IN SHORT LENGTHS.  i^jry   w oou general transfer.  Delivered promptly by M. McINTYRE,  Leave orders at the B. C. Telephone Exchange.  perfect remedies.  Perfect Emulsion Cod Liver Oil  Perfect Foot Rest Powders.  Perfect Headache Wafers.  Perfect Tonic Bitters.  J, B, BOYLE, Druggist.  Prescriptions Our  SPECIALTY.  PHOENIX  IS WHERE THE MINES ARE.  0  o-  Its fabulous mineral resources, its location, electric and waterworks systems, and the Nine Producing Mines  that are now ready to ship ore, make it  the Mining Centre ofthe Boundary.  -0  "* G. W. RUMBERGER  TELL YOU THE REST.  Don't Leave the city until you see him.  1:  1'  I:  il  m  ...... H..-U. .,..., n ....... ...���,-���_ l. ...   ... ,|, |......������r���t, ,,, ����� .,-n 1. 1 r*T.m "1    ^ A     "     "f��"   "* "' I���T-wp^Hl' t " '-f'   " 'L","     J V TIIIv,   PJiOEXIX PIOXETCR.  ros? Smith  ir  r  Ki:c;-iVKi. a stock  ATICST   Ul-.s'lUNd  IN  WALLPAPER  And SNOW SHOES  Also  a  complete  line of Stationery,  Blaiik. Books, Cigars and Tobacco.  Dominion Av.k.      PHOENIX. B. C.  Btemmt &, Co*  Watchmakers, Jewellers  ....and Opticians....  ]-"ine Watch Ke)��iriny of all  Kinds.     Prices' Reasonable.  COLUMBIA HOTEL,  1'UOKNIX, B.  Quite a contingent from Thoenix  weivt to ("reenwood Wednesday night  to attend the Pay, Pay, Pay concert  and entertainment, given at the Al-  hamhra theatre, lor the heneflt of ��he  Mansion House mud.  "The Ahsent Minded Beggar" concert at Greenwood was well patronized  last Thursday night, and realized over  $500 for the Mansion House Fund.  Alan Simpson, of Phoenix, better  known as "Simmy," assisted in the  program.  W. J.S.indry of Phoenix and Jim  Woods of Greenwood, had another  wrestling match at the Alhambra  theatre last night, as the Pioneer was  going to press. It was for a $250  purse and 40 percent, of the gate receipts  lens  COMPANY, Ltd.  Evan Morgan was referee.  IN THE LOCAL FIELD.  W. J. Cramer made a trip to Grand  Forks this week.  TheCP.R- will build a depot at  Cascade at once.  j. H. Posty has begun work on his  residence on Brooklyn avenue.  Andy Cummings has taken charge  01 the Columbia dining rooms.  Harry Nash has installed a pool  table in the Phoenix hotel, which is  much appreciated by many patrons.  Local sawmills arc now quoting $16  per thousand for rough lumber, the  lowest price yet offereu in Phoenix.  Between old Sol and a lack of more  of the beautiful, sleighing is decidedly  poor except within a couple of miles  01 town.  D. A. Stewart when over to Summit  camp,   this week, went down   in    the  -   _.C. mine to see  the  splendid   strike  ac the 200-foot level.  Postmaster Matheson expects the  new lock boxes by express daily. The  new office should be ready lor occupancy in another week.  H. M. Flint, ofthe Columbia hotel,  Deadwood, was in town Tuesday, and  reports that the prospects lor that  )oung town are exceedingly bright.  T. Lloyd Henry,son of the late Gen.  Guy V. Henry,   military  governor  of  Porto Rico, is in camp, visitin:  A.Easton, L. C.'Crawf  iriends.  Postoffice Inspector W.H. Donnan,  of Vancouver,   was in the Boundary  this week.    As a result it was decided  ��� to open postoffices at Cvo Denoro and  Summit City.  Crossarms and coils of heavy copper have been distributed along the  ���electric light .line this week, and  iue now being put in place. Foreman  JS pool ter and eight men are doing the  work.  In addition to having its line built  to the B.C. mine, the Columbia Telephone Co. has strung wires to Summit  and Oro Denoro, and will shortly open  .offices at both places. A line is also  being built to White's camp.  In nearly every town in British Columbia except Phoenix the Chinese  Mew Year was duly celebrated Tuesday.  That Phoenix has no natives of the  Flowery Kingdom as residents, is one  01 the many advantages of living here.  Ross Thompson visited the Oro  Denoro townsite this week with Surveyor Townsend and laid out a plot  comprising 110 lots, to be called Denoro. Harold Kingsmiil, of Rossland,  is in charge of townsite affairs at the  jJioperty.  Notice.  N'otick is herby given that an application  will   lie  made  to the Legislative Assembly of the Province of British Columbia at its next session, for an  Act to incorporate a  Company  with  power to construct,   equip,   maintain,  and operate   telephone and   telegraph  lines within and throughout  the Province of British  Columbia, and to construct, erect, and maintain such and so  many poles 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  of streets as  otten  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 and  sell and dispose of lands, buildings 01  tenements within the limits  aforesaid,  and to purchase or lease, for an/ term  of years, any telephone or  telegraph  line established,  or to he established,  in  British Columbia,   connected,  or  to be connected  with the  line  which  the Company may construct,, and   to  amalgamate  with  or lease, its line, or  lines, of any portion o____i_n s thereof, to any company  prietor, any line of telephones  graph  communication  connecting, 01  to be connected,; with the said  Company's  line or lines,   and to  borrow  money for the purposes of tlie  Company,   and to pledge or mortgage any  ofthe Company's assets for that pnr-  pose, and to receive bonuses or  privileges from any person or body corporate, and with all other usual, necessary  or incidental   rights, powers.or privileges as may be necessary or incidenta'  to *'"�� miiinpj.e.nt of the above objects,  _%_  Two Ellg; Stores  INTOACH OP WHICH IS CARRIED   PLETE STOCK OF.......  I s^ciaU^fe_*"t0 General flerchandise.  Groceries, Hardware,  Tinware,   Clothing1,  Boots   and   Shoes,  and General Supplies.  Pioceet Stores of Phoenix Camp.  Old Ironsides Ave. and Dominion Ave.,  PHOENIX, B. C.  ��� ���*���  ��� ������-  ��� ������-  ��� 4-  ��� 4-  Ji. E. Mitchell,  Fine Custom Tailor.  Has opened up a Choice Line nf-h^gfed and Domestic  Goods, which he will make up in the Latest  Style and warranted to fit.  ��� ���  -���������  ������  ������  ->���  The Nor den Hotel  J. E. AH1.MSTROM,  Fine Wines,  Liquors  DOMLVIOX AVENL'K.  Manackr.  and Cigars.  I'HOENIX,  Maple Leaf Hotel  TWIST & SANDER, Props.  FINE  Y,;iN-  AL.WAYS K.I.  1QUORS   AND CIGARS  ON   ���|AX!>.  4fc  OLD IRONSIDES AVENUE,  Rough and  DONALD McRAE, I'ropriktok.  grtag, Shiplap, Rustic and  SHINGLES ON _!_-_?  The Greenwood  Electric Company  Are now* prepared to undertake the installing of lights on  the premises of intending consumers. Before any building  is connected to the Company's  mains, the wiring will have to  p be inspected by   an  officer, of  the Company. All work must  be done in accordance with the  rules'of tbe National Board of  Underwriters. Prices and any  further particulars can be obtained at the office of "the Company located on deadwood  street./:-' '-".������.  Greenwood Electric C 3.     ���  Greenwood, B. C.  Hotef and Theatre.  GARY FLIIUR  A. Branson, & Co.  Proprietors.  C.A. Baldwin        Delphos Lawrenck  Gen'l Manager.        .. Amusement M��r.  :makes^SweeJ__T BR_XT>.  !3j-4W<><><>o<><k^  The Wm. Hunter Co., lh  Open Day and Night.  Accommodations for AIL  High    Class     Vaudeville    Entertainment  Every Evening.  Regular Melodramas  By an Excellent Stock Company.  & Change of BILL Eve_y Week _#���  Come and Enjoy an Evening  Lhe Alhambra.  DOMINION  Finest Brands of Wines, Liquors aud Cigars always in Stock  Comfortable and v-U    ,/__Lishecl; Rooms.  The  In the Heart of Famous Greenwood Camp  ���+������+���������������*���������-������������  Columbia Baths and Barber^SKop^  Baths 50c, 3 for $f.00  The Coming Rossland of  the Boundary Country.  250 Feet from the Brookh-n Plant.  One-Half mile from the Ironsides and Knob Hill mine*.  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 watei'  from lake on the property.  ��  ��#&S5=pwf(_^  ���^^S^^-^Si  r-r"',-/3��**Jt'��l


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