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 I More men ^re wooing {  j in the mines of S  j      PHOENIX |  ��� Than in ail otliei Boun- ���  j daiy camps combined, i  ���������#*������4++++*++**��*���*?���   ���*������  :  i he Pa* roll of  PHOENIX  I* larger than that of ^  any other .Boundary . \  ("amp, " ' ��� t  i i.  "���^.  V.fr  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District.  Vot. II.  Money Saved is  Money Earned.  OLD   SAY-  -   ING;      '  THEREFORE  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY,   FEBRUARY a, .nor.  N'o. 12.  Will BUILD AGAIN  If You Want to Moke Money  Sufferers from Late Fire AI  ready Excavating  -o  ffi NEW  5UJLDINGS TO  BE  ERECTED  LARGEST  S I OCK ftt Smallest Prices  SATISFACTION  GUARANTEED  o.r Money Refunded  i  -A COMPLETE STOCK OF-    MILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN SIGHT.  be Increased la  William Hunter  Co., Ltd.,   Ordering Large  Slock to be Placed In New Structure  Contract Let.  Groceries  Ha_4wa*e  and  ������������������������������������������  Large  Selection    of   STOVE   and    COOKING �����  ranges', etc! '  ft  '  "  . . . I  "ACME"     and"   HOCKEY"  ^SKATES  ������������������������������������������  Dry%  Goods,' Gents'   Furnishings, .Boots,  vShoes,-Etc.   * J'   '��� j*  ���������������������������������.  Jl lii-  Geneial Merchants, Old Ironsides Avenue, Phoenix.  Our  ,*t BIG  ����� FIRE*  *��  *_Piiri ���_��� Ci  ��� 6  Tiuc to tlie traditions associated  with tlie name of this mountain city,  those who lost their fine buildings in  the late fire are already rising, Phoenix  like, fiom the -ashes. J.J. Banfield.  '!fe roast agent for the insurance companies lepicsented locally by 1). J.  Matheson, and II. 'J'. Ceperlcy, lor  the companies icpiesenled heic by  McArthur & Monk, an'ived last Sat-  uiday, after their lon^ delay in gelling  here, and lost no 'time in adjusting the  losses.  E. Weeks received his $4,000, total  loss on his investment of $10,000 in  the Impoiial hotel; M. -Mcllean's loss  was adjusted at $S,ooo; ���Win.' Huntei  Co. got $1,500 insurance; theie was  $/,6oo on the Baldwin block, and  .Motrin & Thompson,' A. P. McKenzie,  Ira W. Black, C. W. Abbott and others  who .sustained damage, seemed adjustments. ���  Already at Wo.��� Agsin.  ,    No sooner wei'e tlie   losses  finally  ! adjusted than the city officials set about  giving a temporary .stieet grade to those  clesiiing to rebuild.    I'his matter was  attended to  by   Messis.   Alciham &  Blunt, engineers. It wasTound that new  buildings       on       that       side      of  Dominion avenue would   have  to   be  loweied at least two feet.  , Wm. Hunter invited bids for putting  up a stiucttne   almost identical   with  that destroyed by fne.    Theie  weie a  number of tenders submitted, and contract was finally let toR. A. Scott, who  has already started excavating.    C. A.  Haldwin owner of the old Baldvvinblock,*  is now doing the same,  but' until  his  new building is ready lor use  he  will  conduct his news business in   a, tent  adjoining his lot.  Wm. Hunter in Business Once More.  Mi. Hunter has decided to at once  ��pentHl^tli'bii.siije5ipoi).hisJo���]_c��ouiii  in his new building, when completed.  A. L. Reeve, who was with him when  he fn.st opened up in 1'hoenix a yeai  ago, and until he sold out to Mr. Mc-  IJcaii, has been engaged to manage the  business. He will start toinonow or  Monday for tiadc centres to spcuie  the stock.  Mr. Reeve, who is'welf known heie,  states that Mi. Hunter will put 111  a laige and complete stock ofthe latest  to be had in diy goods, clothing and  men's furnishings, and that the amount  invested will he laiger than before.  Mr. McBean has decided not to engage  in business permanently���at least, loi  the present. ,  Mother Lode Smelter Will  Size.  'A.special   from   Greenwood,   Ja-,t  Tuesday,   says:   F.   L. 'Underwood,  managing director, and W. H.'l hom.is,  consulting   engineer   of ithc   Biitish  Columbia Copper Company,  returned  to New York today after a week's visit  Underwood  s-ated  that'the development of the .Mother Lode   mine   111  Deadwood ramp   had been   at lively  pushed  since June, 1806.   wlien acquire, by 'himself-and ' associates, and  today it has ovej.one. million dollais  of pay oie in sight ready fpr treatment.  Large sums, of money  had been unstintedly  spent   in development  and  equipping   the   propeily"   with' the  most modem mining marhineiv, second .10   none in  the  dtfttirt,' With  a new plant development ran  he carried on  to a depth of one thousand  feet.  Rcgaiding the smelter, he sijs that  the company would immediately build  a second furnace double tile size ofthe  one now  installed.    It   will   have a  normal capacity   of  400 tons.   The  converter plant leeently  ordered  will  be in opeiation in July. , His trip had  moic than over confiinied him in  the  belief that the Boundary distiiu,would  shoitly  take its  pla'ce iii the copper  pioducing sections of tbe, world   and  that the Mol'lier Lode would  become  as (anions as any known coppei mines  As coke shipments staited toda* bom  Femie it iiadjjeen. decided to   blow inj  the furnace on FcbiuaTy 15th.  ' Regarding No. 7  mine ft. Central  camp, also owned-by  biimell and associates, a policy of vigoio'us development would be undeitaken'-with a view  to placing  it   on   the   shipping   List.  Asked it his company l.a Inquired the  Oro Denoio in Summit Camp, he  ic-  plied in the negative, though admitting  that it had been repotted upon by Mi'  Thomas.  FUNERAL IS TODAY  Of V.'c'.oria the Good in City  of London.  ROYALTY   OF    EUROPE    PRESENT  Will be fitost Impressive Fan:ral Scene in  History ol Great Britain.���There ore  Mlfl.'ons cf Mourners.  The funeial ol the late Queen Victoria is lobe hold in London today.  The nageanl, both on land and. Hater,  piomNcs to eclipse anything 'of the  kind ever beloic sscii. The whole  woild is doing honor to Virtona.  Moic of tiic nobility of Euiope will be  in tlie funeral procession than weie  evei gathered together at, one place  before.  Louden,   Januaiy   30.���The   pio-  cessioii in London at Victoria's funeial  TAMO UP WATER SUPPLY MAT 1_��    . a  "Doings   ol   City    Council  nt   Wednesday's  Mec��:njj.  Wednesday evening the city council  met in tegular weekly session, aj1111 em-  beis being ptesent except Aldermam  Mcllean. Hills weie passed and order"  ed paid to James McEvoiand Pionee;  I'ub. Co., amounting to $44 ��5.  Health By-Law Js'o. iouasiead the  fust time and thus started en it* p.-.s  sa ���*/*  The city cluk was. asked to call for  JAMMED TO DOORS  Sunday'Service; in Mem:ry  ���    of Late Queen. ''  bids for cnnre\ ing ill j mails to nnd  from the C. P. R. station, to be submitted to the pest office authorities.  AldeniKii ? I.11 shall and Punch were  again recomended to the government  101 appointment as license commissioners.  As membeis of the Finanre Com  m'ttee the mayor appointed Aldeimen  f.'laik, Motrin and Pimrli On the  Hoard of Woiks he appointed Aldermen MUmiis, Motrin and Marshall.  A committee, consisting of Aldermen   Melnnis,   Punch  and   M.i shall  !<���>  St ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH^  Hundreds Could N��t Qnin Adr.ittaoce ia the '  Spacions Ediflce-Rcv. J. M. Mil'ar, M. A.-'  Delivered Imprersiv; Address.  Saunday, as indicated bv the war  p'lMioideis issued this aftelnoon, will  u: a goigeous militaiy pageant. A de-  tadiment of 40 legiments, with an almost equal number of distinctive  uni.'binr>, embracing all aims of tin  ICE CARNIVAL' NEXT WEEK.  Excellent List- of Prizes Has Been Prepared  for the Carnival.  sen ice will make a constantly changing  picture.' The uniforms of .ill thegie.it  armies ofthe hoi Id will appoar, and in  addition to the brilliant entouiage of  the -visiting kings ar.d princely emoys  theie will be the niilimy attache-,: ol  the embassies and legations.  All the field marshal's ol the British  army able to cnduic the fatigue will  ride with then staffs. The naval  corps will also take part in the pioces-  sion, which will be two miles long  Londoneis are ju-.t awakening to  the lull pioportion ol the obsequies,  and the result of the days of mourning,  which to numerous tiadesmen and  otheis means absolute closure and is  causing consternation.    Suddenly   to  -Manager   Drever, of the  Phoenisj stop eveiy   industry   in   the   United  skating nnk. will give a  Cjjand.Mas   Kingdom and to turn the" masses into  qurade Caii-.val at the nn>.| ulu I'jcs-  t'ie streets with millions hoping to con-  day evening,    'lhefollowiiigpnzes.ue ' ' "  offered, which are now   onUxhilntioii  at lioylc's drug store:          |  Best ��� Ladies' Costume, fjist   j.iize  Leather Dressinu  Case, ^alue$iooo;  was appointed to asccitain the cost of  tanks, watci pipe,- etc , lor tse by the  city, and also as to the ownership of  the lake on the New York claim, 1101 th  of tow 11,  'I he city clerk was appointed asscs-  cor for jooi, and onfc'ed to begin  woik on the assessment roll by Jaiiu  ary 31 and complete same by Kelmum  12, jepoiting to the council at it's  meeting on February 13.  City SolicitorKeir was icquested to  prepare a bill to submit to the legislative assembly foi passage, allowing the  city to anticipate its levenues, and lo  make valid the voteis' list. 'I'his was  said to be rendeied netessaiy by the  la't that there is as vet no assessment  10II on which to bas^*estimates.  Authority was given to the city col-  lectoi logi antC. W. Abbott a theatic  licence loi two months foi $33 33  Last .Sunday evening,  puisiiant  to'  pievious notice, memon.iLsei vires wen  held   in, St.    Andiewj   I'res'iueriau  chinch. Phoenix, in memory o) Victoin,  tIicCoo.l.Th.ir the ow:a,s'ona|)))e.tleJ to  all was evinced by the tact that nearly  levei} in.'in,jttoni.ui and child 1111'hoe-  ni\- endeavored to secuie a   seat or  standing room In thencvcliureh building.   Set eral hundreds were successful!  biit at least as many mote weie unable  to even get near  the dcors.      People  began to arrive an   houi   before! and,  and before the lights were turned   on.  h\ the fiont ro.v  were the  niavor,  membeis ol the city counul and other  black   badge  citv nffiiials, weaiing a  I'lioenK  Mmei's'  delegation  laige  value $3.50.  Uest   Gentleman's    Costume,   first  prize, Shaving Case, value ^io,co.  Best Gentleman's Costume,  second  prize, Tiaveling Case, value, $^ co.  Best Gentleman's Comic   Cos  Cuff Links, value $3.50.  Best  Girl's   Costume,   fiist  Paii Vase;, value $3.50.  Best Girl's Costume, second  Pei fume, value $1.50.  Best Boy's   Costume,   (list  Air Gun, value $2.40.  Best Boy's Costume,   second  Kniie, value $1 co.  Is Now on  Hosts of People taking advantage of it, too. Everyone  satisfied.  LC Crawford  FOR MONDAY  REAL ESTATE,  MINES and  STOCKS.  Fire, life ii Accident Insurance.  ?m  ���ine Doaen Ladies' Tarn  O'Shanters to be<  given away to the first  twelve lady purchasers  of $1.00 or upwards of  this stock.  S  store open of $ 0.1.  Dominion Aventf2, Phoznte, B, C.  For lease for.tenii ot one to  three years, lot 7, block 1, between tlie Hunier Kendrick  Co., and Maple 'Leaf'''hotel,  also -lot 18, block 10, 11 early  opposite new Central hotel,  both on Old Ironsides Ave.,  or owner will build-, to suit  tenants. ���.���'..  . Business opportunity���An  established business for sale,  about $500 to handle, Ai  stand, excellent chance for  money making.  Knob Hill, Ironsides and  Granby stocks. Buy before  consolidation, prices direct  from Montreal and.Toronto  stock exchanges.  I have the largest list of  choice business and residence  lots on Old Ironsides townsite  for sale. Several extensive  improvements are contemplated and I have several  cheap lots in immediate vici-  .u'ity.  ���  For Sai.k���Lodging furniture for  sale and rooms to rent, very reason  blc, .excellent'opportunity.  Inscription On The Coffin.  London, Jan. 3r.���'Ihe following is  the iiis'.'i'piion on the coh'm of the  Queen: "Depositum, Screnissiirae,  Potentissimae, et Exoellentissunne.  Principis, Yictoriae, Dei Giatia, lhi-  tanniarium, Reginae. Fidci Defensors,  et Indiae, Imperatiicis. Obit XXI,  Die, Januaii, Anno Domini MDCCC  CI, Aetatis Suae LXXX1I Regnuiue  Stii LXXIV."  (Here lies our most seicne, mighty  and excellent sovereign, Victoria, lij  the grace of God, Queen of iiiitain,  Defender of the Faith, and F.mpiess  of India. She died on the 22nd day  of Januaiy, in the year of 0111 Lord  1901, in the Sand year of her lilc and  the 64th of her reij;n.)  fcntjitte along the two miles of the  loute ol tlie piocession is an undertaking which has begun to be lully appreciated by the police, but tlie public ot  London is dismayed to find that all  the great markets, Coven t Garden,  Smitlifield and others, where the food  -or-the-meiroijohs-is-snpplied, aie to be  closed at the end ot the week.  Restaurants and bars will be shut  and the (row ds will have to wandci in  the stieels. There is a woild in itself, living from hand to mouth; and  ln'��>! the closing 01 the accustomed a-ventic.  foi the supplj and distiibution o;  pn/e, lood, dunk and amusement from  1'iiday to Monday will mertii a loss  and inconvenience that no American  citv could appreciate.  London learned last veai how totally inadequate the police and military aie to piotect, and the appiehen  ���>ions of Saturday's ciush aie enough to  appal Londoneis, but apparently these  considerations do not deter thousands  ol cveiy rank fiom flocking to the  metropolis  pn/e,  piize,  i-ruc.  IN A PROSPEROUS CONDITION.  Church Last  Hockey Match.  ;..���-������ Aii interesting game of hockey vvas  played last evening at the Skating rink,  between team captained by A. C. McArthur, and an-aggregation under the  management of \V. McDonald. Owing  to-lhe Pioneer being issued previous to  the fmi>h of the game, the result cannot be published. The players are as  follows: First. team ���liucktpn, McArthur, Monk, Lyons, Thompson,  Stitczel, Smith. .".''''  Second team-���McQueen, Mclntyre,  Dunbar, Shaler, Jagger, pleasant,  Clark.-    ; ���>",:   '  Eye Specialist Arrived.  Dr. J. C.Lanncibeig, eye specialist,  is stopping at the Knob Hill hotel for  a few days.' People with defective eye  sight should not miss this opportunity  of having their eyes successfully examined.  Many people suffer with headache  and nervousness, and find no relief  under ordinary treatment, as in the  majority of cases the pain, is caused by  improper vision. It will cost you  nolliing for consultation and if he caii  not benefit you   will   faithfully say so.  Annual Meeting of Presbyterian  Monday.  Last Monday evening the annual  meeting ol the adheientsand membeis  ol the Picsbvteiian chuich was held at  the new chutcli building, which it was  decided to (all Si. Audi ens 111 futuie  Repoits weie icceivcd fiom the diffei-  cnt depaitments, and all weie ot a  most encouraging character. The  running expenses of the chuich for the  past year were $664,095, while $778,80  was received by Treasureer McKenzie.  The Ladies Aid raised $195. and  has been one of the most helpful'  branches of the entire work. The  Christian Endeavor society now has  a membership of about so. The Sunday school lias had an average altend-  a'nee of 35, aod has spent through  Treasurer Henderson $47,10 for sup-  lilies, ���      ,  A report from the building commit'  tee, showed that the new building!  when all bills for heating, lighting "and  seating are settled, wiil cost close to  $2400. This amount has not all  been raised yet, and the pastor, Rev.  Mr. Miliar, will still be glad to receive  subscriptions.  ��� A new board of managers was chosen,  as   follows:    Klmer   f.   Edwards.  A. P. McKenzie, J.   E.Miles,   M.   H.  M.cQuarrie, U'm. Dey and D. \.V.  Donald.    Rev. J. A. Millar  was  aiiimously selected a  chairman of  board.  In Bound_ry,Mine?.  Ore bunkers are being constructed  on the Stemwinder.  The main shaft on the R. Bell, Summit camp, is now doiwi 130 leet.  It is evpected that work will be resumed on the St. Lawrence in Dead-  w ood.  1 he City of PaiUmine has lesumed  shipments of oie to the Giand Forks  snieliei.  Shipments of ccAc from Ftiniehavc  at iast begun loi the 13. C. Coppei CoV  _sjiielter^nearjGjejjnwpod.^, ���.   .'     7  It is now probable that the Stam-  daid smelter at Uoundaiv   Falls,   will  not blow in before Match ist.  <  The option on the Atblestan mine,  given a short time ago to an eastern  syndicate, will expne by limitation today.  i'hc shaft on the Lake claim, ncai  the Last Chance, in Skjlaik camp,  two miles "below town, is now down  40 feet.  Manager Stone is making good pro-  giess on  his  diamond   drilling   con  tiact on the Snowshoe.     He will pio-  bably   be at it loi   at   least another  month. *  piinted in white.  Union No S I ad a  Ii.'sent, lai more than could be accommodated. PhoenK- Caipenteis'  Union, the \\ lute Cooks and Waiteis'  Union and the Knights 01 l��)thias  weie also laigcly lep-esentcd.  Special mu-c had been preoaied,  by theihoirot the church, and the  p.istoi -.poke feelingly en his great  topic. , He letened to the many virtue-,  ol the dead Queen touchinjjlv, and  warming up to h's Mihjer.t delivered..1  most cloiiuent addiess, showing clcailv  wheie Victoiia lad ��et a gieat and  gloiiou-, example, not only to ali mon-  nchs ol this or any other future time,  but 10 woinank.nd and mankind in  geneial and in particular ,Mr. 'Millar's gie.it audience was, or course, in  sympathy ���Mid him, and he did not-  disapjiciiit them.  The ladic-. of the church I .ad draped  the palpit in bla.i, tuing alsj   Union  Jacks 111 ti._ ciecoiMions, a portiait of  Vicoria   b.-ing   co.upLuou,   in    tbe  centre. "  ,   '   LORD MINT6 _ PROCLAMATION. - *  GoveriiorGeneral"VppDints^Today"_s OmT ct  General Mcirnlng.  Tbe lollowing procla.na'ion appoint-  l'omonow week is pay day at the  Old Iionsides, Knob Hill, Vietoiu,  Biook.lv n, and bteiii.vmdei mines,  when   ovei   500   men    will    icccive  cherks.  *��.  'J he smeltei at Ilounci.<ry Falls has  rece.ved eight cars of Caimi oie   J. A  Munson has 85 head 01 hoises hauling  on this contiact. 50   miles   down   tl��e  West Fork to the C  P. R at Midivav  A Toionto, sjndicate   has  bonded j  3000  acies  of coal   lands   noitb   ot \  l'jiivicw.      The piopeity is owned b)  Johif Douglas and   Robert Wood  of  Greenwood,' Miss  Ida  Thompson,' ol  Ileaverton,   and  J,   C.   Mcl.agaii  ol  the A'ancouver World.  PROMINENT MEN IN BOUNDARY.  Machinery Agents, Mining Engineers end  Others Were in Evidence.  Quite a nuriber of mining and  smelling operators and machinery  agents visited the Boundary, the past  week. A party of Spokane men con j  sisted of M. I. Ready, .representative'  of the 'Sullivan drill; Geo. O. .Bradley. I  of the Bradley Engineering Works Co.,!  and A. \V. Hudson, formerly the]  Xorthport smelter. From' New'.York ���  came F. L.Undenyood, of the British I  Columbia Copper company, and \\.!  II. Thomas, co. s ilting engineer for the I  I'ei.  mg as a day of   geneial   mourning  is  taken tiom the C;a7etic:  EDW \RE vii , i,y theG.aceoffiod,  ot the U111 eJ Kingdom ot Gieat  Biitam and Ii eland, King Delendei  ct the I'attli, etc.. etc.  l'o all lo whom these- picscnts shall  come or whom the si me ma) m any  v .se concern,���Giceting-  David Mills, Aiioinev Oencial, Canada.  WHEREAS, Saturday, the second  dav ot Jebiuaiy, has been fixed lor  the obsequies of Her late Majesty, Our  Roval Mother ol blessed and glorious  memoiv  I And whcicas, well knowing that  Oui deep gnet is shared b> our 'loving  subjects in Canada, U'e aie deshous u,  alToid them an oppoituiniv ottes:if\ing  tncn soiiow and their sviiipath) with  Us in the g'cwous affliction uliich has  bclallen Us and them-  Now, the.e.ore, \\ e have thouoght fit,  In and v.uli theadvue ol   Our   Phvv  Council foi  Canada,   to appoint   and  set apait, vul \\ _ do   heieby  appoint  and sL-t np.-'ir, S.ituidav, the second d.iv  ol. February next, as a dav   of eencral  mourning; to be observed'by   all   per-  sons  throughout   Our   Dominion   of  'C-adada. '���'���������  IN TESTIMONY AVHERFOF/  We  bave caused these Our Letters io'bu  made patent, an,! the Great Seal  ct  Canada, to he hereunto affixed: W'ii-  ness, Our Right Tiusiv  ami   pjj,;lt  Well-Belovetl     Cousin,   the   Rig'.t ,  Honorable .Sir Gilbeit John   Ellh.t,  ^  Karl of Minto, &c-, \-c,   Gtwrnor-"'"  ������General of Canada. /I  At Our Government Ifciise,    in   Oiir;  City of Ottawa, this twenly-.si.vtli d.-fv  of January iu the year of Cur  Lord'  thosand nine hundred and one.  '.vis"  one  and    in    the   .firs;  Ue-'gn.  By Command  year   of    Our  MINIO.  R. U'; SCOTT,  Secrcia yen' S:aie.  Duk:ol Oii.-ans Will AttcnJ.  Menu-  ' the  Over 22.000 Tons This Month.  According to   figures furnished  the local office the followiin;  were the  company, and F. liatchelor, with  'Tobins belting Co.    Last Sunday  R.!  F  Tolmie, secVclary of the Silver-Lead |     Parisian. So.-The Duke of Or-  Mine Owners association,   will,   bead-; |eal,s lias (;edL,e,., ,0 ;lt,L,|ld thcrHnerjil  <l���aite,s at Nelson, drove  to   P,,oen,N ; ol- Qllocn Vic|ori.     ���c wi���       ;     .  and Greenwood Irom Grand 1-eirks ac-! 1 ,m,i,,��� <.,.,,,,1,,- .,,, 1 - ��� c      i        ��� ,  ,.,.,,.,.,     .   . : i.oneion .>.ittnei;i\. aud on Sundav win  compamed |,y I.). A. McHrjanu, lornv   dcposit a ivri.atl,-1)��� ������. cjist        ;  erly   purchasing   agent for  the   Hall j ing ������ M;.jc,.^ imai|!S_ .,,    ,    k .  Mine,, Ltd.,   and   now the  business; decisioll % )m:ieStll      in- vicw ,������ ������  manager for the Nelson Miner. Frank  Watson, of Spokane, the well known  operator of "Silvery   Slocair' 'mine;  . ^ v.j/^....v^.     ..1 ^Jll.v.l�� ..'IUP..UI 11IIIIC..  shqipmg weights ol ore sent cut from;.and judge |ohn Bouhbee, ofRoss'and  iiimni.;..  ,.^0...   i���.   .1-...   Ai;.i���..c ... i   . .. ��� , ,.   ��� ��� -. .   '    .      ."   ....  ',  I. 0. 0. F. Notice.  All resident members of the Independent Order of Oddl'ellows are  requested to attend a meeting to be  held in C. A. McClung & Co.'s feed  store, on Thursday, Feb. 7, at 7:30  p. m.  Phoenix camp  by  the   Miner-Graves  syndicate for the month of January:  Tons.  Week ending Jan. 2 (idays) ....1,513  Week' ending Jan. 9  6,3,3  Week ending Jan. 16 5^00  Week ending Jan. z^: ........5,04s  Week enking Jan.3^(8days). .. .4,800  Total for month  Ave; age per day  ;.943  740  visited Summit camp   Mondav.'. W'i.  liam M.  Brewer,  traveling correspon-j  dent in the province   for  the   Mining:  and Engineering Journal of New York,!  was also in town the end ' of last week. 1  In;  messarje of congratulations to the  I'aiis artist who caricatured Queen  Victoria in a 'most insulting m.iinie ,  which resultei i:i the' Du'a-'s beii./  ostracised in Enelaiid. '  Paints  orders in  tion.   Col.  J C. Goupll  signs    anywhere,  post-office.    Prompt  1VI. No. 3;  Leo T. English, a printer, tmirdeii- I  his broiher-in-'aw,  'Thos.   Carson,   ut  |\'einon,  several    days   ago,   claiming-  j self.defence.    The trouble grew out of  1 mal treatment of his vvi.'e   by   Caisrm.  Leave! English was employed for a short lium  attcn-!011 f'1*:' Pioneer, over a   UMr-iign,     He  is al.-etit -'3 yeais old,  . >   t   j' ���  "   v   ��    ' ��.   ** H  >!  I  '     %  ������'.,!' in  ^   jt >iriit  , df rtfA  > *_ #1  1 ^ a r  . *���!  -pi,J  -     ,*'!**  U     (J  f     V  <   I  -������     ^      .^-^i.  T:T:  y*. 1  "-���"p.  .e,<-  \i. ;i i_^v  '"���"-���=r5���*\ >���' ���srir-ri,"-i���".  A    ^-   "i. Vi.l .-   "W ��� ">    *  ,'.}  ���j. ::'._!.���  Vj e4'  ;,-���*'  y'if.'  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S._"f ���''''::���.*'?'     ���l:<'*������, V��;rfLi*" ������' V��.��-i, v.v.--.w.-t^,w~-^r~^7~.S.-.^r,-!,.s-Fr  . iu'^^^^^'arc, iKerefoije^p  |i^l ^ces^^?No;.iieecl^ to gQ t^re^iwop<J ^f^elisewliere':���'''���  lU^an-iJndptherbes^djIevei^Ws'0^^  &jr&aao^;pGwBm&^ :^/:/y Tr;:-:i/;'--.-''   :\/--���-''������"-������"��� -^-_____!  ?.">^>.'v:'':;:''': '������'"'���" "^^-���������'���'^y'^^-y^f ��� ���   ^ROPKlBTOR....- ,  Vi^  0Uca" S^ti^sbcrethat wiilmclt in'-youi^obth-C'^iT^'th^'  w':7/i^:^!?^:^  ';&/���/  $$m&^     , ^T-^^:^;^- ;':V:^^^.N^;i��hon^,i^--^:.-- '  '^C^eadv<?alce8r PiesV'Etc';: Fresh'Daiiv '  -- ��� p.       .-'���'���' ' '"���-������ .; ���' .. ���,  _ �� s   _  * '  (J   II  ���TH.H PPIOEKIX PIOXKKR.  Dalit ol Qatea Vletsrli.  She 11 dti J, th: iioulent, ipeaU��  Ofthe greati^l, noble it roie���  t.he W ilenit unci iiiaj her bplnt  1 ill cioilM ctioi.-Ml ii��uvciily p'n-"-.  She li tlcnl, mi eiii] I c ��<r|M liei,  Anil our learn In torrent flow;  (,lie is dead, a stricken nn(lou  Croatia in nnsulili 'ninth llic utim.  Queen ant} vtiTc jtu<l lovlns mother,  All her earthly cares ore.o'erf  M'lftly Qu.-eii and queenly mother,  j;.irlii (.aw not lierllke before;  <lulde in lift though wry wcutaii,  Helpful lo uplift the petit;  VVomlilpprd Killer. Qiiesn Adviser,  How limy we her lom piidurc t  Will to will nnd bruin to guide in,  jlowwelcnedlieranJobeyid;       r  WilllowllU'iJhral'itoKiiUsiH,    '  I're-doiu'd ciute (.lie ne'er bitrayed;  Will to will and hriliii toguiJcin,  Jn her hreaiit throbbed ll.-ltaiu'j heart;   /���  Hut He wills no more It throb Uiere,  )'or lie ��illn Hint ��>he depart.  'r.ct m kneel, n'i-1, in our aorrow,  1,1ft it lienien pierclnj prayer.  Tliot the I.ord of Jlojtn and ICiaplrca  Wive in atreiiRlh her lois to bear.  I,rt iu kneel, nu.l mipplicatliiff  1'rny Ootl grant her hoii! may rin-  q iicn niuoDic IU" lienv;nly ho_i  j",l��rnnl in UieHklen, ~  ��� ��� Mcflcei.  WINTER CARNIVAL AT ROSSLAND.  the  , Coaunlllee Making (bod  Progress Wilh  Plans.  The Rossland Winter Carnival committee is making 'good progiess with  its plans for the carnival uhich is to  take place from 1-biuaiy 12th to i6tb.  Already fiom outside points there is  proinitc of a very large attendance, as;  surances having been icceived lliat  hockey clubs from Nelson, Sandon,  Revelstoke and Boundary will participate in the senior and junioi championships, and there is some prospectol  learn? coming from Calgary and other  points. Ladies'tennis will also most  likely come ficin Nelson and Revelstoke.    '  Theie will be an ..unusually large  number of curleis this year. Nelson  is going to send four or six .rinks instead of two, and Kaslo, Sandon, Revelstoke, some of the Boundary. towns  and Golden, Calgary,  Lcthbridge and  [bjlnc 'southeast Kootenay points may  j^'ilso be represented.  A great many visitors are expected  I'ficm Spokane, but it is not known yet  :<whether there will be a hockey  team  'fiom theie or not.  The carnival, will 'commence on  Tuesday morning with' the bonspitil of  the Kootenay Curling association) in  which there will be eight events for  handsome tiophies, and some fifty  prizes, aggregating in value about  $1000. The bouspiel will occupy all  of the rink until Wednesday at 6 p. ni.  If. s.] ��i:.vri o. jot.v jjn i,orjii.\ii:Ki{  CAN'AIM,  ritovirfcH oj'jiKin-iu colummv.  VICTORIA. b�� the Grace ci* Cod, ofthe United  Kingdom of fireat Hiitaln and Ireland, Quern.  Mrf.mlcrurihc 1'aitli, ��ec, &c, K.c  r"o Our faithful the nirmlcrs ilcclt-cl loKer.e in  the I.-icitUtivc Aiirmbly fi Our I'mv.nectf  lirilinli Coluinbia nl Our Clly ef Victoria���  <Jlo:Kf��N6,  A PROCLAMATION,  II. A, AIAd.rA.v, i    Wiii.ui'AHWeore  Deputy Attorney Oucral. I dtHliou* Hrul rc-  *olu\l,rnt dooiiusiEay lu.to meet Oui i'loplcif  Our proline; ofllritl��li Culumhla, mid to ftuvr  llicli ndvlc- i 10 ir ly-ttULilnn:  NOW K.NOW VI{, that for dims i-au*.�� mid  couti'lernilcni, and tqkliiEiiiiocoiimdmitiou the  eaie and coineiilencecf Our loiliij stiljrcbi, We  have thoujrhl fit, bv ami with the adticc cfOiir  I'.xtfutii-e Council do hereby cjiiioke, nnd by  these prcienuf enjoin \on, mid rac'icf >on, that  011 Thuisd-ij, the twenty first day tfbchrnniy,  one thousand nine hundred and one, j on mcu  tl�� in Our said I,e(!i��liilurc or I'liilLinitiit ofOur  (.nil Province, ct OtirCity if VIUoiiu, I Ok TIIH  DISPATCH 01' HUSlNJ.bS, to trial, do, act utid  conclude upon thorn- IhiiiKK which in Out I.ci,l��-  Intiircpftliel'roiiiice of ii: Itit.li Colut..^ie, l��  the Common Council c.f Our said produce may,  liy (he fj.'ourol God, be ordained,  Ik 'I'ltbriMUNi Wm ni'oi', We ban cnusM tlime  Ourl^ttenito be made J'ateiit and Die Clreat  Henl Lfsaid 1'ioilncc to lie hereunto affixed:  Wit.vksh, the Honorable Kir Hievni (lesT.vvn  jotv liisMnuiMituii K. C, M, tt. l.ieuleniint-  Oovcrnor or Our ��<iid I'rovinee ol llrlt h'i Co-  liiiuhla, iu Our City cf Victoria, iu Our wild  IToviuce,'thit Kctiiteeiilh dny tf l.iiiuaiy, in  the year ofOurl.ord onethoiiiaiid uiiiehuudreil  and our, and ut  the m\iy fjurlh )e��r of O.ir  MINSRAL ACT.  Ceriiflfflte cl Iniprovcir.ealis.  N0TIC1C  I.'tllr rtui lie, l.'ttle Durne I'Vi'clion. Jlrtfndoil nnd  llrn'idoii ]'.-u;i;oi) Mltiernl ClnifiiK. situate in  *    the Kettle R1i��t Mining DuUt'iKr Vale Du-  Irict  Where located-In Oreenwr.od cjiiiji, north xf  theA^Uester K. miiiciRl cli.lm.  Take notice that I, Sjduo M, JoIiiih>ii, nctluc-  ii�� agentfji Jmuri Mamhul!, 1'rce MlueiH' Certl-  fic ite N'o II 79S4, Thoniaii Roderick, I'rce Minim'  Ccrtlfioalc No. 117914 and J,iiik�� McN'uliy, J-ree  .MllieM' C.-rlificote No. II 29^.18, mtciid, sixty  diiynfrctu the date hrreof, to apply to the Mill'  ing Kecorderforn Certificate of Iniprr>veiiieiit��.  fur the puii>o��� cf obtaining n CVo��i( Oram of  Ihe ulxnc ciaiiiik.  And further take notice that action, iiiidcr kcc  lion iy, inuHt be coiuuiruc:d l��-fore the rinuaii.;:  of nucli CerllfiCAte cflnipronnirnn  Hated thla 1st d��y of |auuar>' A. 1>��� 1901.  U  WIN IKK  SCHF.  DUI.R  Kcigii  I)y Cjmiiiaiid.  J, V, I'RI'.XTieK,  I'rtnliiclal htcrdary.  NOTICE.  NoriCKin hereby Riven that The Columbia  and WrMrrii Kailuny Com] any will np|)l} lo the  l.<KlslpUve AsueinMy of the rroi-incc cf llrltlub  Columbia, nl il�� next wcioii for nu act lo amend  Section Sixteen ol the "Columbia and Western  Itulhvny Company Avt, 1I96" (Htntutc* cflirilUli  Columbia ir^S, cap. 54) u* txKudiiiK Ihe lime  mentioned in tlie nuIu nectlou Li? tlie completion  ofllic Tiflh and Hlxtli sectiomi cf tlie railway  authorised lo be built bj kald Act.  Vstedat Vi.-lorla. II C.   Diefinber  iflth, loyj.  KOIIJiKTSON & KOIJKKTSCN,  ttJlicitom for ApphcatJti.  AN ER\ 0? aiUT P30QRESS.  Showed Marvellaus Etpinslon and Develop-  1   m:nl In L'ntlind.^  , The 63 years of Victoria's leign witnessed a marvellous expansion and development    of  England's industries.  Since 1837, the increase in the population of England, including Wales, has  been from 15,000,000 to  29,000,000.  The population of Scotland  in i-3*7  was 2,700,060,, and is now' 4,000,000;  but Iieland,'which liad'at that time a  pouplation of 8,000^000", has n6w"only  4,700,000.    From 1837 to, 1897   the  populatioiv of London increased from  2,760,000 to  5,000,000.-"  Liverpool  ; has giown,from 200,000 to 600,000,  ! Manchester from 220,000 to 405,000,  ; and Newcastle fiom 68,000 lo 190,000.  [The commeice of England lias incrc.is-  |cd iu   even "greater  latio, and' the  {material wealth "of England  has  more  [than doubled during the 6^ years; hut  fthe. value of [and, pardcuiaily  agrictil-  Itural land, outside of the gieat  cities,  lis less now than it" was 60 yeais   ago,  land falling off is so great as to  offset  |even theinciease of some ol the large  jcitie< .  Victoria's reign lias been the age of  [improvement and invention.    At the  |outset"6f her reign raiiway service was  Eluit iirits infancy, the electric telegraph  Hiad been imagined, but was still in the  fniinds of its inventors, and the   postal  system was but   partially   developed.  Medicine, surgery, geology, chemistry  -in fact, nearly all thescienccs���were  jn   their ,��� early   stages.    A  thousand  modern inventions, such  as  the  telephone, photogiaphy, phonographs and  Ihe electric light, which are necessities  ^Cmodein lite, were still undreamed.  NOTICE.  Nolle:  workR, mid for minplyinir water to  within a radiua of ten miles from t  . .  Is hereby Rtveu Ihat application will be  lundetothe Legislative Amemlilv cf the I'rov  inceof llrulsli eoluiiibin.at iti next ��e��Jiou for  an act to incorporate ncompiiuy ujih power to  carry on tlie binliicai of milling, piii_ltln_ aud  refiuiiif voic< uud the   Kcuerution, application  nndauppli of poHt-i and light in nil i�� brunches,  lonc'iuire, equip,otv:i aud operate ualei, power,  light and     comprtssc-d   air    svsttins.   pKiut,  inuchiiicry    nnd    other   appliance    nnd for  mich  purnoocii to   lm\e   all   or   any   tf   the  powers, nplits and prlvllcKcs which specially in-  C'irporateii companies may acquire   under the  "Water Clauaes  Consolidation  Act;" to expropriate, take over and otherwise acquire water  from I.oiig Lake in Ihe Onoyoos DIvhIcu of Vale  l)l*lrict and from any otlii r strenmi, Inked, or  source of supply in the /wild Ojovcoh Division cf  Vale District, for generating electricity and supplying the name, for  electric   lighting, motive  power, heal,   telegraph,   telephone and other  lying water to consumers  the City of  riioenix Iu the County of Vale, fur domestic and  agricultiir.'ilasuflttiiforindu!,lrial nnd nuchaiii-  cnl purposes, nnd fur municipal and other pur-  posts ,   to explore for, acquire   mid  dctelop  mines, mineral claims, rights, franchises  nnd  other privileges; to purchase or otherwise acquire real and personal property of every nature  and  kind;   to   subdivide, improve, sell, lease,  mortgage, market  or otherwise deal with the  same; tocirryon the business cf hinelters, refiners, nMiijern, dealers in   ore, bullion, metal  and the products of"minis and sincllcts, refineries nnd oilier  Industries of n  like inturc; to  search for, gtt, obtain   purchase or otherwise  aciulre, roal lauds and carry on the busiiiessof  caal  niiiiltif,' refiners  cf petroleum In   all ils  branches, and supply coal, coke, crude and refilled petroleum, to wholesale and retail dealers  and to coiisnmcrs; to purchase, !ta*e or otherwise acquire, limber lands or limber limits and  loc-ilry on thr bmineoi cf dc-u'ero In timber and  lumber, and of lumber uiauufnctiireis, in alljts  brancliei,-to pjrebase, erect, or otherwise acquire,  smelteis,   refliieries,   plant, machinery,  patents of hneiiltoii, mills, f.ictones, and appliances, appertaining Lo or which may be useful in carr} ing on any cf the said objects or any  branch  thereof;   to   own,'aciuire,   construct,  ecptip, opeiate nnd iimLutain  railways,   tram-  w-a^b, roads, trails nnd other ways within the  said district, and to operate the same with steam,  electricity,cable, horse or other nictlve power,  ��Wth  power  to equip,   cdiisirnci   and   operate  branch lines within t,ie said district, to make  trnfhcarrangements incidental to any iitilways,  trauiiva>s or other ways, which the sa.d company  may construct, to carry passengers and  freight, ami collect rates and toll J therefor; to  cross other Iincsol railways, tramways ot   hiaji-  wa->s; to own, cqui?, erect, construct, and maintain, buildings, dams, ditches, Humes, race wajs,  pipes or otherw01 J.s for the purposes ofc.in>iug  out tlie above objects or any cf tfiein; Willi power  toenter upon and expropriate Iniidn for the purposes of the company; with power'to erect nnd  Iny. construct niid maintain pipes,  poles, wires  and other appliances through, under or along  ltd allt\s of any city or town or in  Phoenix Lodge No. ?&,  Knights o| Pytrlas.  Meets ever) Tuesday night  at 7-30 p, 111 , Miners Union  Hall.  Visiting brethren welcome,  C. A. McC/.fSO, K. K. S.  J A. C1..1HK, C. C.  R. B. KERR,  JlARRISn-R  AND SOMCTIOR,  NOTARY I'UUI.IC.  PHOENIX, B. C.  ���s  ALDHAH & BLUNT,  Mini: Survkvoks,  ANU I)��Al/'CIITSME.V.  J'hoknix, il. C.  Spokne falls d Mhern  NELSON  &   FOR'I"   SHEPPARI)  JIKI) FOUNTAIN ltrlr.  Th J only oil rail route between all points call,  west, and south to Kossland, Nelson and all Intermediate points, connecting at Spokane with  the Great Northern, Northern I'acilie aud O. K, 8.  N. Cj.  Connects atNelrcu with steamer fjr Kaslo and  nil Kootemi) Lake jioiutj...  Coiiuecls at Meyer's FalU ��itli staje daily for  Republic, and connects at'liussbnrg with stage  daily for firaud Korku and Oreenwood.       ,  V.l'M'.CTIVIJ SUNDAY, I>KC. JJ, 1900.  Daily Tram  ....Spokane   . ..Kossland   ... ..Nelson 1 ..  Night Train.     /   hpokanc    .   Kossland   Tir.t ciBs��sIeeptrs on night Irnlh  H. A. JACKSON,  General I'assenger Agent.  1 II. r. DROWN., Agent, ,  Rosklgiid,  OliT I'KICHS I-OR ���     .  Kukss, tee Dirt, lips,  Hame Housings,  and all   vour  Uniness supplies from  ' il. G. SMI1!!, (land Forks.  OsT>MS*>r>erf��-��r��or_.  it  ���I'lIE CASAIXA.V  I,ravc.  839 a in..  I iiS'i a. 111  7 03 a. in.  9 IIP- m.  II Art J). !"t  Arrive.  .6 4a p. in  310 ]>, III  7. . p. m.  .700 a. in,  .7.00 a. in'  "The Butte/91M 0F commerce  II. C  Thr Ilrst nppoiute-d and equipped Ilcs'.Iery in the Tloiirulary Country  C.W. ABBOTT," Prop. Dominion Ave., Phoenix, B. C.  1  Thi-i jxipular hotel lias been refittrd.refurnished and thoroughly overhauled. throuKliout, nnd furnished with alt the modern hotel come-nieiioes. I.o  cat and Long Distance Tc1r]>houe connection with  the oflic���and islieaJquarttrs fur Stage nnd Rail-  nay traffic; aud'evcryattci.tio'i is given to the comfort and convenience cf patrons. The hotel has been  enlarged by Hie addition of fifteen nicely furnished  rooms and nq U>to-d*t��.MUKIC IIAI.I..  The Best  The Hist  WINES,  LIQUORS,  CIGARS.  The Best  lMPOitrt�� and J)oMi;yno  J'stitblished 11IA7.   '  I PAID-UP-CAPilAL $6,0000.00.  KI.ST.  [Six .Million Dollars J  $1,000  )CO  President .,.  Oener.il Mann.  Ass't. Cen'l  . .)/on. CifO. A. Cox.,  ;er..,, JJ.)���:, Waiktk.  I.M, 1'i.tnjMHf.'  Manner  Comfortable - Saiiiple -.Rooms,, v  For  Commkkciai. Travklers. - , ��  'I'he public pationagc respect- I We aim, to retain otir t ])iescnt -��  fully solicited. | )ar��c trjide and deserve more, f  khi<j<kj<i:  - <dC<iOOO<jll  scon & McLaren, -  0 .   Contractors and Buh.dkrs,  Ei,II.\IA\r..S FUKNIMIKD.  I'HOENIX, V.. C.  If. S. CAYI.KY.  VV. It. cociirani:.  CAYLEY & COCHRANE,  1  Somciiors, Etc.  I'HOENIX, B. C.  PRINGLE & WHITESIDE,  IJarkis'it.rs & Solicitors,  Gra\es-U,illiaius Itlcck.  PHOENIX, B. C.  D. J. MATHESON,  INSURANCE AGENT,  KIRK, 1.11'E, ACCinENf.  Coiiimlsf>ii��icr for taking Affiilinitn.  Phoenix", B.  [  PRACTICAL HOUSK AND SIGN  I'AINTI-RS, DKCORaTORS, UTC. - __ ;  -Phoc_lxand,v .;.  Greenwood, -B.C.  ruoMi:: Columbia 35.  Phoenix  Skating  Rink  W. DREVER, Proprietor.  Will be open to tlie public  2 to 4:30 p. in., and- from  7:30 p.ni. to 10 p.m. Fiom  10 to 11 p.iii. ice will lie  used by hockey playeis.  Admission, 25 Cents  iSc-ason Tickets   for sale   at  the office.  OOOOOOO(X)OOOOOOOO<X>O0OO0OOOOOOO0O0OOOOO3C^  The Lion Bottling Works  GREENWOOD  ���SOLE AGFNTS IOR Till-  AM)  o  PHOENIX,.B. C.  This- bank Ijas the Lmgcst ntimber ot"  branches of any ban!; in Canada, wit't  agencies at New Yoric, Chicago, New  Oilcan?, Skagway and Dairsr >i Citv.  Lion Brewing Co.  _ Of Rossland,' the Largest Brewery in British Columbia.  . ���  ���CKN'hRAL  EXPORT  Blue Label  Setters  Natural  WlESUAUKX.  ACKNTji-  '/  RE1CIIS-  ' ovrt I.KN  Mineral Waier  Okr.via.vv.  JAvS. McCREATH & CO.. Props.  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXMOOOOOOOC  N  0,  R  e  N!HOTE_,' ALMSTROM & BERG, Props. phSSSJEK".a?Tc.  " -      FIRST-CLASS CAFE.,  r- . p    .  Well Furnished and Heated Rooms,   livery olteiiliou paid to Die Ccmfcrt Cf C.uesU.  Bonestic and laported Liquors and Cigars always in Stock.  The_  Maple   L,eaf  Choice wines, liquors, and cigars always in stock.  Board by day or week. One trial^and you will remember  Tlie Maple Leaf Forever. *��� ,      '  AccountsofCorpoiations, NferolianU  and Indiiidualh icceived on favorable  terms. - "* '  Drn'ts, Conmiercial Credits, Travelers'^.'red ils and Circular Notes issued  available in any part of1 the world.  Apjiroved Notes Discounted; Collections made.   ,  A geneial Hanking business trait  sacted.  Greenwood Branch,  D. A. CAMERON,  afotiagtr.  KASTERX  Townships Bank,  "-'' ;<  -41  rs'iAHMsiiKi'i 1859.  CAPITAL  RESERVE  I'TJXD  $2,000,000  $900,000  Hotel Brooklyn Barber Shop  CHAS. SCIIALM,  kommhri-v or O. K. SHOP  KOSSI.ANIJ.  Prop.  Dominion Ave..  PHOENIX, B. C"  the streets an_      ,  au> p.nt ofthe (.aid district ;  to  run, construct,  Do You Want a Plant ?  j| For sale at the Pioneer office a  gjountiy newspaper plant. .- Anyone  linking ofslartinga weekly can secure  I bargain by addressing, Pioneer Pub.  To. Phoenix B. C.  ���  Pianos,' Safes, Scales, Typewriters,  Stc., for sale, shipped direct from fac  Dry at factory prices.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificates of Improvements.  NOTICK.  lima I'rnctiounl ni d Vairnlay Traction Mincial  Claim").   Situated in  Cirand   forks alininj;  Ilivhion Cf Yale District.   Where located.���lii  . (Ireenwood camp, cast of the City of Phoenix.  /Take    notici   that I, John    Louis Orahntne  Hjbottactlng"a.| og-jiit for the Uritish Coliimliia  lloislaiKl and Slocan) Syndicate, Limited, Free  liner'-i certificate No. b 41161, intend 60 days  otn the date hereof ��o apply to the Mining  Recorder for certificates of Improvements for the  Bnrposc of obtaining a Crown Grunt of each of  "Ijeabovcclnims.  ^And further take nolle; that action under sec-  "p:i 37 must lie comiuencL-d before the issuance  ranch certificates oflniproveineiils.  gDated this 36U1 day Jannarv, 1931.  jo  excavate an J maintain n tunnel tin ouch ni,d  under the laud lyiiiK between the City cf Phoc-  nivandtiic Clly cf Greenwood, or Ihe C'ty of  Grand I-orks in the County of Vale iu the Province of Ilntisli Columbia, ficiu 11 point near  Boundary Creek, or from a point near I?our Mile  Creek, or from a point near l{hoU Creek, to the  City of Phoenix, and for the purposes of the undertaking run exploring and btni'Ch tunnels  from the mam tunutl,also tos'uk orraise, iniu-  lug, working or air shnfls aloiiR the line or courne  front the tunnel or branches, to acquire the undertaking and business, property lights, frau-  chisssniidaiicls of any other companies, cither  forcashor pjrshnres in this company, or partly  for cash ami partly for such shares, or foi au>  other consideration, to sell, exchange, mortgage,  lease, or otherwise dispose ot the s.ud proptrtj,  privilcgi-s, right 1, f,anchises aud assets, or any  part or parts thereof, either for cash or for anj  other consideration , to issue the shares of the  company -s fully paid up, or 11s assessable, or  as Ii0ii-as3essable, or as partly assessable or  otherwise, and with powct to acquire Innd, bon-  aics, pmllegea or other aid frcin any Government or Municipality, or with power to amalga-  niate with ally other company or companies,  having oliJecU similar to the objects of tluscoin-  p.my, aim ior all other iiec*.ssnry or incidental  lights, powers or piivileges, incidental or cou-  ducivc to the nttalumeiit of the above objects or  any of them.  - Dated at the City of Greenwood, II. 0., this  ��nd day of December, A. IX, 1030.  HALI.KTT Jt SJIAW,    "  13 Solicitors for the Applicants  Cottage Hotel  GABRIL & HICKS, Proprietors.  The Finest to be had in Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  NORTH END OF FIRST  STREET HRIDGE  PH0ENIX/B. C.  -   -J. Mandel, Prop.  OLD IRONSIDES AVE.  PHOENIX, B. C.  TicYale-Coltimbia Lumbzt Co*  ��� LIMITED.  Manufacturers of all kinds of  Rotfgb and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles,  Mouldings and Turnings.  Our Present Mar. a.^d Yards are Located as Follows:  Nakusp mill and vard  Robson   "     "   ' "  Rossland    "     "  Ymir  "     "      "  Gieenwood���Gen'l office���mill and  yards. r  J'hoeniv   mili and  Eholt No. 1 "     "  Eholt No. 2   "     "  ' Deadwood "  Rock Cieek      "     "  Long Lake ''      "  vard.  IIOAKI) OV nikI{e.TOKK:  K. Vt*. Hknkkkk, President,  Hos  M, J1. Cocn.  Kt.NIi, Viee-Pres,, Inrael Wood, J. h. Mitchell.  C. Stevens, J. N. Galer, N. W.TIioiiias, C. II.  Kathan, II. II. llrowu, IJ. C.  IIKAI) 0VPICK, SllliKnROOKK, P. n.    ���  IVn.   V.lKVVEI.l,,   Cten'l  M^r.,  Jaa. MacKinnon, Assistant Gen'l M ir,  8. lincr.r.i,  r.oenl Mgr.  S, V. Moki:v, Inspector cfRraiiclitf.  ' nRANCIII-JS.   , '  III Pro\liicccfQuebcc���  Waterloo, w. I. lhiggs, Managfr.  Itockl.land, S. Stevens, Manager.  Co��ninvi!le, II. v. Williams, M(,r.  Coaticook, 1). Austin, jtauager.  Richmond, W. I,. liall,      " i  C.raiiby, W. II. Roblinon, "  Bedford, H. \V. Morgan,    "     >  Magcg, K. V. Oliiier,  St llyajiul'u, J. r.af.amboise, M<r.  Ifuiitiiigdou, ]-. >.". Robinson, .Mgi.  Oriustonn, W. H. Hargra'.e, Acting Mgr.  In Province of British Colunibia��� .  Oratid 1'orks, Win. hpler, Mgr  I'hoeuit, .Mgr,  Ageut< in Montreal, Ilauk < f Montreal; Loudon, Kug., National lUuk of Scotland; Tostou,  Vational Kxchange Hank; New Vork, National  Park Ilauk.  Collections    made at   all   accessible    points.'  Drafts issued for any required amounts, good ut  all points iu Canada,   I", b   and liurupe.    V.x-  chauge bought mid sold -..'-,  So\ing? Ilrauch I)eparliueut nt each office.  Interest allowed f,om date of deposit and compounded annually without requiring attention of  depositor. ,  " Office llonr-l. 10 \, Saturday frpin 10 to 12.  o.<  AND SOO LINE.  STILL CONTrNCIC TO OPKRATi:  ^BT*\Ve are also prepared to deliver lumber to any mining camp.  Our Company is enabled to Stipply any order withoiijt delay  M^m^hS^>^i^^^^%^^^km^^^^^M  Notice of private bill.  ���   NOTICE.  iThe Columbia and Western Railway Com pany  Will apply to the Parliament of Canada at its  Ttxt session-for an Act assimilating its bonding  owcrs iuiespectof its railway and binuch Hues  Scat of Midway to the powers already giveiv iu  aspect of its lines constructed Mnst of that point,  attending the time n-lthiiiwhicli it may-complete  Jt railways, and authorizing'It to construct such  Brunches froin any of Us. lines not exceeding iu  toy one case thirty miles .in length, .is art from  Sine to tlniej!authorized by the Governor iu  Council, and for other purposes.  ���- ,. -.".-  H. CAMPBKLt OSWALD,   '  -.;'-"..'���'..���',;��� 1/ ,.-.'-.   '-.-.' ^Secretary,  -lf^sas^'ot'ec is hereby given that at the next sitting  Wi��$t tue licence Comniissioners for the City of  ��p__Min..��i.��-.���,. 4���*,.���i ,.. npply fir n transfer to  ctici."which we hold to  the Mint Hotel, sitiiitLd  ot fi, lllock j, Rumbtrgti  ^J6tji Dominion Avenue, I.<  ?r��S?;lw",,tc' Pho'int ,) t  UiMlilttl the i��t diyof 1 cbriur\, 1031  >Si5f   -���  1 ,-*. _  riiosirso"! Si K\mvi is  ptr John Iviiowlts  Notice is hereby given that application will be  made to the r.egi-lntlvc Assembly of tre Piovince  ofllritlsh Columbia ut its next session for an act  to incorporate a - company ���; with; power to construct.- ��|iiip,- innintaiii, and -operate a single or  double line of railway, cf standard  or narrow  gauge for the purpose cf conveying passengers  and freight, from a pclut on Hiirrnrd Inlet at 01  near the City of Vaucquvcr, thence via the City  of New Westminster'in'uu  easterly direction  nlong the South side of the. valley cf ihe Prnser  River to sonic point on the said Fraser River between the junction of the Chilllwack Rl��-er with  the said Prastr River and   the town  of Vale;  tlicnceiit an easterly dirccticu along the valleys  lo the Chilliwack,Coqulhnlln, 'I'lilaiueeu and Siui-  lUnmeen rivers or some of them, or the   tribn-.  tiiTlcs thereof or some of them, by the most foasi-!  bteroute ton point between I'euticloti and tlie;  International boundary on the watercourse connecting Okanagan and Osoyoos Lakes; thence  by the most feasible route to a point on the Kettle  Riverot or near Hock Creek; thence by the most  feasible route to a point at  or near  Midway;  thcuce by the most f.-asible route to a point at or  near.the City of Grand. I-drks; with  power to  construct, equip,, maintain, and operate, from  any jwihl on the said railway, branches and extensions of the same.of not more, than 30 miles  in  length,- and,roads,, bridges,- ways,, Jerries,  wharves, decks, and coat bunkers; with power  to build; own, equip, operate, and maintain steam  and other vessels and, boats, telegraphs, telephones and tramway's, aerial or otherwiscand to  carry on a general express business, either as  separate uiulertakitigsor in connection with the  said railway aud the said branches and extensions; xvith power to generate electricity for the  supply of light, heat and-power and dispose of  and dealwiththe same at a profit iu "auy of the  diitricts or localities through which   the said  railway,: branches and extensions pass;   with  power to expropriate lands for any of the pilr;  poses of the' company and. to acquire lands,  bonuses," privileges,   or other aids  from   auy  government,' municipality or other, persons or  bodies corporate; with power to coustruct, equip,  ncqulre, lease; maintain, and operate smelters,  reduction,refining,concentrating, or other works  for handling and treatment of ores; with power  toacquireand operate-coal lands uiid dispose of  the proceeds thereof; with potycr to acquire, construct, and operate hotels; with power to make  traffic or other arrangement's or nmnlgaiiiate or  connect with any. railway, steamboat, 01  other  company, orlense, purchase, or otherwise acquire  the assets of any such company; and wilh power  to build wagon-roads .to he used In the construe  tion  of  said, railway and  its extension., and  branches and in  advance of the same, and to  levy aud collect tolls from all parties using and  all freight passing over auy such roads, or any  such aforesaid docks, railways, f;rries or vessels  owned'or operated   by the* company, whether  built beforeornfter the passage ofthe Aq( hereby  applied for, and with nil other usual,- necessary  incidental rights, powernor privileges as may be  netcssnry or mcidental or conductive to the attainment   of the above objects or any of them.  llt'.NTKR & Of.IVKR,  Sotiqitor-i.for the App'i.-unl.  I  Cunningham  & Anderson,  MIVE   INSTALLATION  A SPECIALTY.  ELECTRICAL  CONSTRUCTION  SUPPLIES.  AND  Fixtures, Motors, Dynamos, Etc., House Wiring arid  Dynamo Repairing.  Phoenix and  Greenwood! B, C.  gjff^jfc'^^BSa&ip^^  Summit House  T.H.Richnrds.Proprletor.      ���   ���    ���    ���    ���      Cor. Knob Hill Ave. and First Street.  Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  -.  Dining Room in Connection. PHOENIX, B. C.  d. w. Mcdonald  Plumbing  Firsf=(te5to.  -ON At.r, TRAINS I'ROM-  Revelstoke and  Kootenay Udg.  ALSO  TOURIST   CARS   passing-  I<iiiimore Jet., Dnily for St.  Paul   Saiur-  du)s for Moutirat,aiid Ilostou, .Mondms  and Thursdays for Toronto.  Same cars pass Revelstoke oue dny earlier.  & Tinning  Job Work Promptly Attended to.  Phoenix street (Back of Postoffice.) V. & S. Phone No ��  Phoenix, B, C.  Job-tag Work of afl Kinds  Promptly Attended to.  ....HOTEL BROOKLYN....  <  (Formerly the Metropolitan )  High class wines, liquors and cigars always in stock. Convenient sample room for Commercial ...Men.. First-  class Cafe in connection.  HUGHIE McGUlRE, Prop  No trouble to quote rates and give you a pointer regarding the i-lastern trip you contemplate  takiu_  For Time-tables, rates  and   full informatioi  call en or address nearest Ircal ugtul, or  P.. K. KKDPATil f.reenwood.  O. II. IlhX'KKR, agent, Kliolt  O. W. Dey, K.J.Cou.k,.  Agent, A.CJ.P.Agt.  Phocni\, 15. C.   Vanrottvei, H.C.  The Wm. Hamilton Manufacturing Company,  LlMITKD.  .   G eneral Express and Transfer.  phone, V. & N. 48.      Office With City Bakery. PHOENIX,  B>  C  a a # * *.* * a $ o  acmnefy  Peterborough, Ont.,  CANADA  1 ���o��e*����*9*  PALACE   LIVERY   STABL  Stage and Transfer Line,  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaranteed.    Imported Goods..    ���"  IIXK HOOTS -ANIVSHOKS XIADF. TO  ORDKR.  PRACTICAL    MINERS'  AN'D   PROS-  PECTORS* SIIOliS   A  SI'i.ClAI.'l V.  Comer Phoenix St. aod Brooklyn Ave.  Smoke  PHOENIX, B,. C.  3Na^>_N_s_^_s��svs>>Jsrs_^>aE^_s_Br<>*  CALIFORNIA   WINE   CO.  -DEALERS IN-  o-  1  O-  _t  Qga^s  -0  1  Agents for Calgary  Beer.s  NELSON, B. G.  PHOENIX,  B. C.  Stage leaves   Phoenix  for   Grecn-  Leaves Piioeniv   ...   1 p  wood   [.eaves Greenwood... .  ;.. ..S a. iu.  .. 10 a.   m.  heaves Greenwood...  -.. 4 1>-  ni.  Best turnouts iu the Bounslary.    Horses well suited for  bug drives. COLLINS & GRAY, Proprietors.  ��� o  oeooeeaeasecsooeacooovitsoa  ��� ���  o ���  ��� ���  ~_ ��� _ ��� _  _ _r m*r  " CIGARS.  o   o  UNION MADE  o  ��� ������e��������e��eo��oe��e�� a����e��eae>  The  Only   Place  in   town  where j-oti can get a Well Cooked  and \Yc\\ Served Meal.  DOMINION AVE.,  PHOENIX, B. C.  JOSEPH COOK, Manager.  THBPIONEER,  lica, Cliins, T-ip.'XU. AJisUa,  Circulates  i'i   ICvery  rrovincc cf Uk   Uoiuinion  ( f Citmuln, livery State in the American Union,  Knglniiil.   Irvlaml, Scotland, Aintrilia, Soutli AT-  M.iiiU-a, Cuba, aud al! llic Sontli Aui.-ricin li.'iiub'.ici.  IMf^gSl^^^SgWa��S����^^Ji��  98SSSSS THE PHOj��\IX PIOXEES.  i>f  L'i*  :V;  t>  *  * LIMITED.    ���  GROCERIES and MEN'S PUENISHINGS.  -.< ^'fh'.uea new Clean Stwk of S��.i|/e and Ean<\ Giwenes Clut'iinjj;, Boots, Shoe* and Men's Fur-  ni'yTiingi. We invite the j>ti!>Iic to url and inspect. H ill Gu.ir.mtee to give satislaciion, whether \our oider  be l.iryc 01   small.    Social attention to Motel a-id l\im.!y trade.  ,-���*_=-.-. __~, _ r-. -     - oi,j Iionsides Avenue and I'irst Street���Giaves-Williams ]]Iock.  f-_   ��, . _ ^.,^_.<___MI_^_.-,.M08��NM��M��&W99��aM��*��|j>Uc Febiuary-isth to 16th inclusive,  I  The Local Grist    & inmmn  S 1^^100 Srwl "^h*^* **��������*shouldbe  * * *-v^*m  -^*A��fc��      i^     IBlKJUlftlil     :(        anil       gttomposcd solely ol local men.   Jo this  J &    Tur M;rrH    !j Events Tout ?*{ end if is ie<iuested that rtll who possibl)  �� ���Ilf_ wEElLJj ��?! Wj^n)tt,.no..tto,,rac.ke:..,d  help the  Dr. Mathison, dentist,  (Jiccmvoud,  i tilt I'honcs. .  l\n-J}\ MiGuirc made  liij) to Nelson ilnt week  business  icann ^jbojs aloiiL'.    'J'h'eie is joom  foi  ARDWARE _s GROCERIES  ���  tin  *>5 Pf!���"VjJ- M.  w*��������wi����������_ee����>,i),1(ncincn'in "let,;jm's ^a,ld a"  ��ho turn out,  \wrk   haid~:uid  show  ��if�� *'  1   J ^ j*- *  r'i  few Xf S  ���.o  K���   > 1 > j  hi'" ,    ,-  "lVhen the d.i>s> begin to lengthen,  then the.told begins to Micn^tlieii."  Dr. McDonald will beat Lis dental  office I'V>mny 11-12-13-1^,  General business in Febnurj is ev  jieqtcd to bean impio\emcnto\ei that  ��� lor Januaiy. '-< 1  Nitrous o\idc and o\\_en for painless cmint lion ot (eeth at i>r. Olaihi-  miii'.s.. L'olh     ones.' ,       - <-,'    ���'e  1    * ��� taiir,d.i}i\.v?iiwr  Ciinival  was  ,    held in Sandon tins vfeok, endiilj; on  the 31st tilt. '      >    J'   ,  ' 'For lessons'wi Che violin, mandolin,  ��� pWo,��lcfsce I'i of, k.utfmatit). In  ;   J hoeiiiN e\ fciy "J lun sc'ay.  s   r'Ooii'tfor^elllu'St. Valentiijcs ball,  Hi>enM>yihe   Cirpcnttii.'   Union   on  \.  Fcbiuiiiy id.  l- M "  - jiW- J.< Morrison 'and J.is. Anderson,  '   rxy.eis    cf  the  ,Moiiison-Andmbn'  Jilock, weie in town lhif> week.       v  *   \V. Ki Lee took his two daughters to  Noilhnoit (his \ve��k tu place/ them' '111  - school. Iv7"'' ' ������  ; p-'  C t Adiir.n^.-is.incsU'd a few^dnj? ago  lorlforjs'uij; the iiametof"JayV.tjiGiavcs'  lo/v check in Siwk.nie "  Theie seems lobe a growing feeling  also ih.'it the citv slituliJ own its ohii  watei system, and inn luive this im-|  pt.li.int in.itiei to the tendei nieuus ol  some pnuite coipoiation Uoubtltss  the cost ol a peiinaneni supply would  be a nuittei ol no sm.ill c\pcnse at this  Him1, but it has beeii the espeiience of  imiinciiMlitaiiLS in the past that it  p.i)s in the long run to qwii their own  w.i(ei sjsiem." May the committee be  stiLccssitil in e\olving a piacticable  plan. < '  'J'hc instniRiicc'nicn, who weie inier-  ested in the losses ii) the 'late fire,  finally oompleted the w01 k ol adjusting  the damage early this week, even  lhcut{ht.they w,cre a long time in getting here.- It speaks well "fin the  geneial confluence in fthe future.of  'I'hoeiiiv that excavations were at once  started for two new buildings on the  ltiins of those binned dovw>.  All chivens of l'Jioenix   will com-  inend the nciion  <��f Ihq city council  winch at last WednesBay's^ session ap->  pointed ncommittcc tb look into tne  ���te|*, possible to take at an  eaily date'  lor tho installation of a good wace'i, supply.    As the cii),is<")oialcd  so high,  -at least, anything peiinan-  ncgeVai ily ' c olne1 fi onw a  ably lower altitude    It is pio-  an anangenient will be made  ge tank, wluJi will  be kept  till.  - {   '      *  vWty i,  F-w-- * ;' ^  1.5>.V   - ���-  ���  ASK ABOUT MI\tB"flR\Vl:S SMELTER."  High Auliiarity AfkB For Pjrllculars about  ;, ,        _anbyKcduciloa Works.  A. U W. I lodges superintendent of  the Ginnby sineltei, .it Giand Folks,  it is said,, has rcrci\ed the lollo'wing  communication, liom lUVf, Raymond,  set tetaiy of tlie American Institute of  Mining Euginccis,"dated New Vo'ik,  Nov. 3c: t  "\sthe woiks tinder jour chaige  lcpiceent, 111 some icspects, the best  modem pi actio.', I take the liberty of  uiging)ou to futniMi loi the tian'sac-  tions of the institute an account ol  them, or of'any depaitment or featuie  Mhich )Oti may deem interesting, as-  .suimg you that such a contribution  would be highly - appicciatcd1 by )oui  fellow incmbcis, and would be the dis-  chafgt^of a>dtfty to-^tlie [jrofesron, as  well as a means of establishing peison-  al reputation, which Ijdonot thinkany  CNjjeit piactitionui has a light to neglect.  "This lettei is the result of remaiks  made to me b> members of the insti  tire .'in" high " professional stat-ding,  piaiMng your woik." v -. \ ���  The institute above referrd to is the  acknowledged lepicsentative oigani/p-  tion of the mining and smelling industry of 'Amein-n.itnd embraces in its  membership' all the most distinguished  metalluig'sts and experts on the continent.     ,  A'new-'sno.v p!ow��� and ice cuttei  built expiess.Iy ' for^tlic Columbia 'i\:  Western at Montieal, has arrived at  Smeltei Junction^ This is a new tjpe  ofythe . snow plow aud ice cutter.  It c,uts the ice out of the middle of the  Unck/ and is supposed/to^ play ha\oc  with a snow- bafik^'l util^Jsfews.4  Thctc is no better place to trade tBan at  Wynkoop = Stephens Trading Co.,  Limited.  Big Stock.  _g Both 'Phones.  Prompt Delivery.  i&WWWIiW^  IVIcRAE BROS. & SMITH  Leading Stationers  and Newsdealers  ���������__.___-0f PHOENIX  J-C'  m wm etc.  IN GREAT VARIETY.  GRAVES-  WILLIAWS  BLOCK. 0  wwi8ywgiwyy_yggiyi-iy��ygW-��ggii>M  ^^dverti^e in  VICTORIA HOUSE  r  Leading Hotel of Phoenix!'  THE.  PHOENIX  PIONEER  JI You want to obtain  the best festflts.  .  mo'ivcs g^t off the" Hack in the"<Snow--'la,S911P.,>t',u11 bestaitcg in April  Mtncr'ii ccrlificTle N'o. E3H35 and I'utrick J  JJcrniody l'ree Mlrer't ccritlicnrc No' 1129504,  intend, si-rtydajs from the datelureof to apph  to tlie Minlug Recorder for certlficntcs cf Ini  p-o\cinentiiur tlie purpose crdbtttiuing Crown  Graiittf fthe aboie ^Ianns       t ,  \nd further tnke   notic; that  nctlon, miCer  iwctioii 37, miibt bet commenced before the is  tered a team li; the   "miceolsnch cert ficatea cflmprovements  .���.,ni   ��� 1,:, 1. ,  1    -',    natal tlii.,*tih dai>cf Jauuary, A   D, J901.  nival, ti Inch takesil   .20^ cforgb \v. jrumbekgfx.-  rs, AttSDtijn. ' '  t of the Phoenix  OMiMojf Ave., avd l'noi>  11X bTREET.  '*\~- ,Mineral ihvisfatlier, Hugh ClarCwho  '  .tlicd In,liiS79ili jear.-''      "'   "   " " '  Phocnfx, B. C.  in* the market,  in the city.  GURFtY & O'BRIEN, Props.  W PRINTING  Everything First Class, Electric Lighted, Electric  Bells, Free Sample Rooms, Finest Liquors and  Cigars.  ih C. HOTEL CO, Lin., Pkoi_  J. UKRKMAN, Uanackr.  Old Ironsides Avenue,    -      -     PHOENIX   B. C.  J Clothing,  Hats, Dry  Goods,  Boots a��d Shoes  -f*�����'^ Cti-,^_  "^^  Of Evciy, Description ,  NEATLY and PROMPTLY  Executed.   '  ���_W^ _3t.T___i__y/fey,��jr  ' "   -    !_>_V_R^OO^i_s'^lx_: .  Pioneer Pub  ~        PHOENIX, B. C.  Attention iGadies!  Buy warm clothing, keep away the doc ter. It  pays. ;Just arrived from the manufacturers, Ladies'  and Misses Heavy Winter all wool Underwear aud  Hoisery. , ''  Our Heaviest Black Ladies'Suits - - - $4.00  Combinations and Grey Suits from $2.00 to $3.50  Our carpets are going out fast. > Still have'a few-  pretty patterns left to close but. Bed sheetings in  bolt and cut-off^sheets.  Charles  Co.,  9J��**!_  ^   '������I'm  _-t.  t\J  ��-*i /Rev. W.'AmRoIhqs of Greenwood, *  -<>\ill hold Jus usual, monthly .seiyke'in ''  'p.tlic fehcolhoiisc AVedncsdav^cSeninir  nc\t,at 7V50 o"Llcek. ("-'.  a_lor.  55,-.w   - J.    ,  %  __  H. KARAI'OKSKY, Pio^  FINEST BILLIARD HALL IN THE BOUNDARY.  Choice impprtcd and Domestic Cigars and Tobaccos,  ',   , ��� i' V. . ^Pipes' aiid'Playiug Cards.  morriso.n'-andeuson m.ocK, Cor. lirst Stieet and Iionsides  Ave,'  c*.  ���if i J<s-"  tftgOu ?? ' ���  UKmmmw&uBWiBm  :THE TOWN OP  Campbell McArthur.  ^      v  ( Clougli.'  Codes    I JJcdfoid McNeill  Liebei. ' '  Cable Address "McAtthui."   E. Wentwoith Monk.  Companies   Incorpoialcd  and Pioniotcd.    ,  '   X-��_j  MdArthw & Monk  Lethbridge Calt  COAI_;  &2F  I ' . " "  5>^  .,   p ja!uablve Ca^e lTpc ut (lie Union Cigar  ���" Store, r.e.\t to'Ki.ob Hill hotel."  rj   t,; I V  , '   '  ^ / The masot.ic ball to be iKivcn by the ���*-�� ��� *-- ��� ,.          - ,.,���  :<lre.��nwoodl..ue,niu on the 14th irtsi, l��_^l____!^^_��^^#8gS#_^__^^^^^  .'-li.tt.bjan  indeiiiiite^  postjionec],  on "  ��� * account of' ihe diath ol the Quven.  O. W. DcyJ1 the accoiiimodaling C.  ���'  V. K. ajjent at Phoenix, ta,i now  sell  1   ljoil a ticket to any point 01 '.he nnre  ��han .l^.oOQ, nulcs ot < 1'ie C. P.   K.  - i<\stem.  JJids have been received  by J.  G.  Sullivan1, C. l\   K.  engineer,  loi   the  ^   i-onstrtiuioTi'?)! the wharf at r.aideau.  - "'I'hc iv��nk wiil invobe an -cxpeud.ttirc  Ol $i O.OOO.  ' > 1 1  1 T.ast Monday Judge  15o!e, iu the  1   abstWo of Jtidge Spinks, ol thercuntv  ^ eduit,   to j!ie   held   at   Oi ecu wood", I.  , -s^joimicd lie <-aroe foi oliie month out  ' -��wres|i.-aia!iU��ihs5.woi^5l the'late  t^tiCLi!. ;  ', J. S. M Mnnison, n well known kir-  ^Jisterof iiiaud l>oiks, died in that city  ' on Iriday of last week of lvphoidle\ci.  (   'Jheiemitns weie  sent' to   his eld  homeatSL,l>Jtei<t, Noxa S<otia, toi-  Luiial.    , '  .p>   i       ,  -7f|AVn>. Mimtcr, ofOiherton, left f<r  1 tunc Wednesday, hitvlng *petit a week  (>��e,re aw ,��mng ti . pJeasure oahe leistii e- ^  3y iniuiaiic^adjiisttsrs, to settle fbr\hc %>000  destruction bl his btiildnit'Jii thorccert1  ���  lire. ,   -    V   " ,   i  ��� 1 '  ��� -     I  STOCKS, MINES,  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCE.  BANKERS-Easlem Townships Bank.  'J'hc New Yoik Life Insurance Co.  Phoenix Assurance Co, of London,Ei,g.  ^British Anieuca Assuiance Co, ,  Western Assuiancc Co.       ,  Houses to Let.    I ots foi sale or Lease jn Old Iionsides sub division.  List join Stocks with us     Coiiespondents  *       in Rossland, Spokane, Toionto and Montieak  OFFICE���Graves-Williams   Block,    Phoenix,   B. C.  0000  Selling Agents Original Phoenix Townsite.      P. 0. Box 33.  Stores and 'offices to let iu  the Morrison-Anderson block  Al*to* McArthur & Monk  PH 0 E  is scarcely a year old, aud is  the  most talked of Camp in ���  BRITISH COLUMBIA.  THE  PROGRAMME INCLUDES  Eight Curling Contests, under the auspices of the  Kootenay Curling Association,  Snowshoe Ryots, Ski Races, Skating Races for  .    Provincial Championships and for Men and Boys.  Hockey Tournament for Senior, Junior and Ladies'  Championships of Britirh Columbia.  CUTTER aod DOti RACES.     C04STJNQ CONTESTS.  IN     TROPHIES  WHITE HOUSE CLOTHING STORE  FEBRUARY CLEARING SALE  3 $100 I  This is hea\y Scotch Wool,  Double fticastcd, Sateen facings,   extia   heavy    weight.  I&A'.'.  $  CARMVAL MASQUERADE.  AND    PRIZES     $3,000  .     ., . , 'Rates of single fare for round trip 011 all railways <  -Attorney Ctner.il D., .M" Wiciti ofi  ^ u tpria ianow sending xout chcHlaisI +++++�����������������++���+  *_!'_! f?_��ft fi'^fU.( ���'����,0 .iAwinctal, roi fu. ihcr pa. ti. a'ars see j_ster5 and piogrammes or address  H. W: C.JACKSON,  Secy. Carnival Committee, Rossl tND, B. C  .....   ,i t-u��iK��ii ��|iaiiui liUilSIO fVOVIIKlalr ]  -rrV > <ons!ablesfpf cnsu.-'ng a uniform en-}'  \- ; ^iou'hxM pfjfhe   Libci   Regulation  Men'-, $S 00 Norway Ulsters, heavy brown friere cloth, for $6 50.  OVERCOATS���_mc  Enghbh  ] .aver, I'lcmh   facings,  and  vclv  formerly $^4.50, now 511.50.     $5,50 ilatkinns foi 4 50.  Patent plush lined Alaskan Sox for 90 cts.  .SPECI \L DISCODN I* ON RUP1JER JiOO I'S  ct  collai,  /  y   I-  GAINI\ Prop  A Homelike Boarding Place.  iWfs-io: a\i.  orro3irf minims,   cniojc hail.  ��^ffls_s_^_^Bss^^a^_^  The daily ore shipments to the smelters  at Trail and   Granby  average   660 tons,  or  19,800 tons per month.  At this rate the total  shipments for the year  will  reach the  grand  aggregate of    260,000  tons,wliic��� places Phoenix in the foremost list  of shipping camps in  the Pacific Northwest.  Phoenix is destined  to  be the largest and most  prosperous   camp    in  British Columbia.  m  ,SS_U_SSES/_\S  1 ess  Tor Patliculars Regarding Investments, Addic  GEO. W. RUMBERGER  11  >=-  i\ r  '4"i<.'    1  m  0  <k��tk  mm  J_��.__  'Sm_K  'l'4_^  [MM  l__Al-i IIUUKML1 'JV_nw__

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