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The Phoenix Pioneer Feb 16, 1901

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 fo  I.     K  I Mori; men are forking, j  in the mines of |  PHOENIX      :  | Than in all other Boun- |  j dary camps combined,    f  Inn >*��)���� .11.!���������>.�� ii ii.iwtmt  7-  -/ �����-> lft.f  Air  >   ��.  ���^*1C   '  /djjA  ���a,���*  V  V****v***.�� **����a������<j��-S�� ���������*�����'*>*? f��   #f"*J%  j" TU I'fl.rolLcf''   ;\      'I- T .'  \,  Is larger flmfettet"^   r^V'-^t  ��   -in?   o$har   JlQiindtfrv j, ��J;   ,-i  * a^%_  * # * JJ    �� ' '<  r ��  i   Camp.  ^  Devoted to the Interests of the Botirjyary Mining District.  Vol. II.  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA,' SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1901.  No. 14.  Money Saved is  Money Earned..  IS AN  OLD   SAYING;'  THEREFORE  HAS, MORE CAPITAL  If You Want to Make Money-  Machinery For The Blue Bell  And J. S.  JOHN DORSEY SUCCESSFUL IN EAST  Trade  with.  us;...  LARGEST  & I OW'IV at Smallest, Prices  SATISFACTION  ! GUARANTEED  , or Money Refunded.,  ������������������������  -A COMPLETE STOCK OP-  Norf Drift at Wool Level If all la ore, as Is  Alao Sottttn Drift���J. M. Scrafford (0 Jake  Charge.  Groceries  ������������������������������������������  I*rge. Selection,, of   STOVE  -aiid   COOKING  .   c RANGES.ETC.  ���ACME"    and"   HOCKEY  ��f  SKATES  ������������������������������������������  Dry   Goods/. Gents'   Pumishirigs,   Boots,  '     r .       Shoes, Etc.  ���������������������������������a  mwmmm.uim  ��� General Merchants, Old Ironsides Avenue, Phoenix.  WTE HAVE PURCHASED the l/jsi.  ��� ness of tlie Phoenix Trading Com-  pany and have moved our groceries into the  store occupied by them, which will now be  tlie Grocery Depat tinent of our business.  - Our stock has been greatly enlarged, so  that with the cMia store room we now have  we can promise BETTER TREATMENT  andCLOSER PRICES.  Our other departments are being remodeled, and in a short tims we hope to be  able to show as complete a stock in these as  in our grocery department, which means, of  course, the most complete in the city.  If we have overlooked or neglected any  duty towasds our customeis during the List  two weeks, we hope they will pardon us, as  everything has been "topsy-turv)" since the  fire. But from now on we will be moie  careful, as we are gradually getting things  THOMPSON,  POST OFFICE STORED  John Dorsey, who has been instrumental in interesting capital for the  development of Summit camp properties, has iclurned from another trip to  Chicago and other eastern points, nnd  reports that he has now all the funds  needed 101 the energetic exploitation  of the Blue Hell and .J. S. claims, on  which he has had a force of men at  work for some time.  It will be'remembered,by. Pioneer  readers that a couple of months ago  Mr. Doisey secured these two promising -claims on a bond   for $67,000  and formed the Lakc?Shore and B. C.  Development' Co.,    to - work   them.  After sinking about 35   feet   on r the  Blue Bell, one of the finest chalcopyrite  ore bodies   yet encountered .in this  section .was   discovered.  ,A  smelter  test was made nt Grind Forks,   of  500 pounds, and $26 in value was had.  Mr. Dorsey  then  decided that to  properly  develop .the   property   rria:  chinery was necessary,   and  he went  east in January  to   arrange with  his  principals for securing it.�� He returned  early this week, and  states that  he  was successful, and that arrangements  for a compressor will be made shortly.  While Mr. Dorsey, was away the results of work at the  Blue   Bell have  grown more   and   more satisfactory.  At the 60-foot' level the face of the  north drift, now, in 25 feet, is all in ore,  while the south drift, now  in  but  8  feet, is in the same condition.  Mining men in Summit camp, who  have looked at the Blue Bell, say that  Mr. Dorsey is not a bit too enthusiastic  over the outlook���that it has ,Q��e ot  the best showings ofany property in  that camp. A force of eight men is  now employed with Dave Evans as  foreman. -John M. Scrafford, formerly  su|K!rintcn.dant of,the B--C. mine,-near  the Blue Bell, has .been,engaged to  take charge of the propcity on the first  of next month, when the force will  probably be increased.  CITY FATHERS IN SESSION.  Greenwood Council Sendi Reqaea to Plioealx  AMtrmea. ��<'*jf} ���  At Wednesday's session, a the"'ci|y  council, all members were liiesent with  the exception of AldcrmariJTWc'Bean.,  who, en account of removal]ft om the  city, tendered his resignatipii,'" which  wjs accepted, and his seaV'declared  vacant. A letter was rcadj/from the  city council of Grccnwood/req*ucsting  the Phoenix council to' njnke every  effort to prevent the pollution ot  Twin creek. 'I he cityt'clerk was  directed to reply that everything possible would be done.        , *i  Applications  for   the 'position ,of  night watchman were rccejyed  from  George Jackie and C. H, Flood, and  were filed. ,\'  Interpretation By-Law, No. ir, was  rend the first time and passed '  The city clerk was 'ordered to ask  for tenders for a 10-foot sidewalk 011  Old Ironsides avenue, '"'from First  street to Clark & Binns store, on street  grade. ���' ,  It was decided that Saturday February i6lh, be nomination day for a  successor to Alderman McBean, representing the West ward, and Tuesday  the iot!>, be   polling day*  'The 'city  MOTHER LODE WORKS  Large Plant Now All Ready  For Businees.  OWNED BY THE B. C. COPPER CO.  Detailed Description of fbe Different Parti of  Ibe Redudloa Worki���Miwf Complete la  Every Way. 1  POSSIBILITIES OF THIS SECTION.  clerk was appointed as returning o^cer,  and election will be held'at his .office  at the usual hours. -* J  Hills lo Neil Stewart and, Pioneer  Pub. Co., making a total 0^7.25, were  oidered paid. The clerk was ordered  to deduct $3.25 from the rent- of city  office for repairs. 'f  The city clerk was appointed health  officer, but this was later rescinded.  , 'I'he citv clerk was instructed to call  for tenders for city scavenger work,  and Alderman Punch gave' notice of  his intention tointroduce'an'Indenuiity  by-law at the ne.\t meeting. Council  adjourned. .    ...  NOT BOUND TO FILL CONTRACT.  Robert Jaffray  says B. C. Will  - First.  Get   Coal  Mr.  Co-  Waterlow Speaks Well of British  lumbia's Mining Chances.  Mr. G. S. Waterlow, D. L., _ J. P.  an influential capitalist of London,  England, who recently letumed from a  trip to Canada, during which he visited neatly every part of the Dominion  from Quebec to Vancouver, spending a  month or six weeks in the mineral dis-  stiict of British Columbia, where he  has large interests, in a recentaddress  111 London, stated:  'I he progress that has made in  British Columbia since my visit in  1898 is very remarkable. New railways, comparing most favorably both  from an engineering and scenic point  of view with any of the great railways  on the continent of North America,  have been built, - opening up mineral  districts of great promise and offering  fine fields for, strenuous, encigetic,  legitimate enterprise. New towns  built and equipped with telegraphs,  telephones, electric, light and electric  power have sprung into vigorous life  over the southern region of British Columbia, paiticularly 111 the Boundaty  district, and the vastness of the mineral deposits is beyond dispute. It  only requirc's time, capital and patient  labor to produce in this pait of the  country some of the greatest mines in  the world. With good roads and unlimited watcipower the possibilities of  them are almost boundless.  Mr. Waterlow during his trip to  British Columbia visited the Le Roi  and other big mines at Rossland as  well as spending seveial week in Phoe  nix, and was astonished to find the  marvellous development that had taken  place in the district since his former  visit in 1898. These remarks coming  from a gentlemen of Mr. Waterlow's  high standing in the city  carry special weight, and  of serious consideration.  Mr. Waterlow is the chairman of  The British Columbia (Rossland &  Slocan) Syndicate, Ltd., of which Mr.  A. J; McMillan is the, managing director, owning the Snowshoe mine in this  camp. . ,,;;.  Robert Jaffray, vice president pf the  Crow's Nest Coal Company^ .explains  the position of his .company Yn tlie  agitation which has been making such  a stir in the columns of the eastern  press as follows: From his statement  &~ou!u appear that"~*the'dispute is  purely a business one ana one in which  no public interest whatever js involved.  "I'he present trouble between.the  Coal company and the ��� Canadian- Pacific" raihvay'arose m^ll'iiS ^wayf^ For  some tiine the coal company has been  supplying the Canadian Pacific smelters at Trail with coke under contract.  When the War Eagle mine stopped,  operators were cut off with a day's  notice. We had to find another market for our coke or stop operations.  This resulted in our making a conttact  to supply the Boston and 'Montana  mine with 200 tons of coke a day.  Even then, in the interests of British  Columbia, we offered to buy coke to  fill our contract with the Canadian  Pacific if they would give us a continuous order for a given amount per  day. The Boston and Montana people did that and our contract with  them is for 200 tons a day until 1902.  . ''It was a plain business proposition.  We had on the one hand an jntcrmit-  tant and fluctuating demand from the  Canadian Pacific and a continuous  demand from the Boston and Montana. This fluctuating demand ol  the C. P. R. ceased altogether when  the War Eagle mine stopped operation. Theic is no reason why the C.  P. R. should not have given us a continuous order and put in a stock ot  coke when their smelter, was not in  operation, as is done elsewhete. Naturally, we made the conttact which  |>aid us best and enabled us to "keep  our ovens in opetation.  "The contract of our company with  Mr. Hill foi coal is an optional one.  W'c only agree to supply that amount  of coal if we can do so after supplying  the legitimate demands in lliitish Columbia.  of London  are worthy  At the Knob Hill Cafe.  Harry Odams, late of. the. City ol  Paris boarding house, has taken charge  of the Knob Hill Cafe, .where he will  be pleased lo meet all old acquaintances and make new ones. Harry  says that; it is his intention to run a  strictly first-class house, where: short  orders can be obtained at all hours,  and regular boarders will be g'iven the  very best that the market affords.  There is an increased inquiry and  demand for residence and business  properly.  Honored Mr. Wateriow's Soo.  Lieutenant J. Waterlow of H. M. S.  '���Renown" and son ot ('. S. Waterlow,  chaiiman of the British Columbia  (Rossland & .Slocan) Syndicate [ol  which A. J. McMillan is- managing  director], has had the honor of being  appointed by the Duke of Cornwall  and York as naval lieutenant to his^  flagship diuingjiis forthcoming visit lo  Austialia at the inauguration ot the*  Australian Commonwealth. Mr.  ���Waterlow lepresents large...financial  interests, aiid is heavily interested in  mining enterprises in Rossland and the  Boundary, being chairman of the syndicate owning and actively operating  the Snowshoe in Phoenix camp.  ; The Greenwood Electric Co. had  ail accident this week to theenginc,  and darkness prevailed in Phoenix for  several-nights..'      :  Harry . Aronsoh lias, started the  Union Tailoring Shop, adjoining the  Knob Hill hotel, on First avenue, and  will pay special attention to cleaning,  repairing and ��� renovating. Goods  called for and delivered.  The St. Valentine's ball given  Thursday evening'by-.Phoenix Carpenter's Union was a decided success.  This organization gives a dance but  once a year, and they make- special  efforts for all attending to enjoy 'themselves.'    This week was no exception.  When the British Columbia Copper  Company, decided that the time had  arrived for'it to own its own reduction  works, the choice of Ciret'nwood for  the location of same was decided upon  for two principal reasons. First a  splendid site, offering sufficient water,  adequate railroad facilities and plenty  of room for enlargment was to l>e had  within three miles of the company's  mine, the Mother Lode In Deadwood  camp; and second))', that it 'in the time  to come it should be decided to engage in custom smelting Greenwood  offered one of the natural smelting  centres in the Boundary district, with a  down hill haul and within easy reach  of most of the mining camps.  A few minute." walk trom the Greenwood post office takes ont to the site  on which the works have been built  It consists of 70 acres of land, l)ing  between the junction of Boundary and  Copped creeks. A description of the  works is best made by starting in at  the upper end, w here the ore is received from the railway cars. The tracks  run out over two parallel sets of ore  storage bins, six in number. Each bin  holds 500 tons, or a total of 3,000.  Fiom these bins the ore is drawn off  into ore cars and sent down a slighly  inclined tramway to the sample mill  building.  ' The building is a commodious three  story structuie, in size .79^5 and 58  feet high. .The machmeiy is so  arranged that additional sets can be  added from time to time. The present  capacity is 500 tons crushed and  sampled each 12 hours. The machinery installed here consists of three  Gates crushers; four Johnson automatic  samplers; one pair of Reliance rolls  and an elevator. This plant is iuu bj  4~"x6xi8.-Erie City -Engine, rated at  100 h. p. at 100 lbs. steam pressure.  After-being sampled, the ore is taken  from the discard ore bins in this building and run out, by cars, ovei the ore-  mixture bins. There arc twelve bins,  arranged in four parallel rows, three in  a length. The) hold about the same  as the upper bins, or a total of 6,000.  Two railway spurs cross the bins at  right angles by 400 loot trestles, 21  feet above the ground. One spur  crosses at each end ot the bins. Over  all is a high corrugated iron roof. 152  X52 feet, to protect the ore trom the  action of the weather. The two spurs  mentioned, beside being used for bringing down ore also used for coal and  coke, which is clumped into tlie yatd  below.  The ore ne\t goes to the feed floor  of the lumace house, where it is  weighed and passed into the furnace  The furnace house is constructed  throughout of solid iron, and is there-'  fore practically firepioof. The build  ing measures 58x45 in mzc, by 15^  feet to the feed floor and 42 feet to  the roof. Both the turiuce and feed  floors are laid with cast iron plates  The furnace has a capacity of from  2.50 to 300 tons daily. The dimen  sions are 42 feet wide by 150 feet  long, inside at tu\cres. 'I he slag and  matte run together continuously out  of the furnace thiough a trapped spout  into a Johnson forehe.uth, and are  then scpaiatcd, the matte running out  of one spjut and the slag through another into a large settling pot, from  which it runs down into the gian-  ulattng flume and is carried away.  Going noith fiom this building and  separated from it by a space of 55  feet, is the blower, engine and boilei  house, a fianie building 45M00 leet.  In the south end of the building arc-  located a No. 7 J-j Connellsville blow-  ei; a dynamo ol a capacity of 250 32  candle power lamps lor lighting the  works, and the driving engine. The  engine is half of a 16x36 Reynolds-  Corliss with a high pressure cylinder,  rated at 150 h. p., with 100 pounds  steam pressure. In the adjoining  room, divided by a partition are three  too h. p. 66x16 feet hoiizontal tubu  lar boilers, made to stand a pressure  of 130'pounds per square inch.   ���  Immediately below the ore mixture  bins, and at the back of the two biiild-  ings mentioned" funsT tho flue dust  chamber!, Its length is 620 feet, width  12 feet, and height 14 feet, of solid  masonry and brickwork. For the last  215 feet it has a gradual slope up. the.  hill to the base of the temporary steel  smokestack. The stack is 90 feet high  and 0% feet in diameter.*' The flue  is extended south beyond the present  furnace house, to allow for two additional furnaces.  Water for the smelter for use in the  jackets and in "granulating the slag,  etc., is taken from the dam up Copper creek, and conveyed to the site by  of 2,600 leet. To this,- as a reserve,  will be coiinected a line to' Boundary  creek, from which creek a supply will  he taken w ith a pump having a capacity ��>f i,50o,ooo'ga!lons tier day.  Beside blacksmith shop, carpenter  shop, storehouses, etc., there is a well  built residence for the, smelter manager, and also a combined smelter  office and laboratory,      ,  The smelter has1 al i been laid out  tfitha view to expansion and permanency. It ran, with'the installation of additional furnaces'j,and machinety in  the mill be brought to a capacity of  2,000 tons per day.  'Ihe machinery was for the most  part mantifactuied aud supplied by the  E. P. .Alii? Company, of Milwaukee,  Wit., after designs and plans prepared  by Paul Johnson, E. M��� the manager  of the smelting department of the company. Considerable of the machinery  in use at the sample mill building is of  this gentleman's own patent.  J'. V. GouiNKAiir.  CLEARING THE SITE  For the New Four, Compart* >���  -meat Shaft. , > ,'  v'-  rH   1  WORK   BEGAN  J- W  *o 121 1  etf'ir ^mis *wtf��  1 *���>&  -     A nit  WheaCMBpletedWHI be ti? Mala Worldof  Shaft for the Miser-Graves Properties in -  thia Caap.  f', <v  A  if *  ' > I  f  *  r ; ^  *   , '  t  * , * l  y  t." ''  1  t   i  u  'i��>  ;*%,-  r            < &  /j iMi  1  ���pi-  i  <���  ���/-jt  Everything is in* readiness for blowing in the Mother Lode smelter, to  the last and final detail, and it was anticipated that this e%r-nt would lake  place yesteiday, February 15 th, as  previously announced. But shipments  of coke have been so slow in arriving  that it is now given out that the start  will be made to-morrow or Monday.  It would be manii'estly a poor business  move to blow in, if a shut down was  necessary in a few  days,  hence the  shoit delay.   .         ���   )  V  A Powerful Moaarch.  Edward VII.' is sovereign over a  continent, 100 .peninsulars, .soo promontories, 1,000 lakes, 2?ooo rivers,and  10,000 islands, sa)s the Vancouver  World. He can wave his hand and  900,000 waniors march to battle to  conquor or to die. He can bend his  head and at the signal 1,000 ships ol  war and 100,000 sailors perform his  bidding on the ocean. He walks upon the earth and 520,000.000 human  beings feel the least pressute of his  foot. TheAss)rian empire was not  so populous. The 1'ersi.m empire  was not so powerful. The Carthaginian empire was not so dreaded. The  Spanish empire was not so widely  diffused. 'I'he Roman |x>wer was  weak in comparison and Greece was  as a small  Milage.  lf.      Boaadar) Creek Licease District.  *--jA*specfaLmeetiu��"--oLtlie .Board of  License commissioners for the Boun-  dar> Creek License district was held  in the Provincial Police office, Trail,  Tuesda). There were present Commissioners K. Jacobs, Greenwood,  (chairman); H. B. Cannon, Giand  Forks, and \V. B. Townsend, Rossland  and Chief License Inspector Dinsmore,  Grand Folks.  There were five applications for  hotel licenses submitted to the board,  \u: Simpson & Lareva, Wa\side  hotel, near Columbia; Mai tin Johnson,  Cor) ell hotel, Gladstone; H. M. Rum-  ball, Castlegar hotel, Castlegar; John  Morrow, Globe hotel, Trail, and the  Hotel Windsor, Rodenck V. Ch(sholm,  at Denoro. All the applications were  gianted, subject in two instances to  completion ot buildings and provision  lor stabling accommodations, as required by the ''Liquoi License Act,  1900."  Meeting of Odd Fellows.  About 15 old members ot  Fellows lodge met at the stoie of C.  the Odd  ,\  Mi Clung & Co, last Monday evening,  to arrange lor the oiganization of a  local branch in Phocniv The lodge  will be formed in due course, and  from all appearances will start off with  a good healthy niembeistup.  employed  in   Dead-  iin eij^lit inch stct  pipe line, a distance  t ABOUT OUR MINES. $  Neaily 100 men are now  at the Mother Lode mine  wood camp.  Shipments of coke arc now arriving  at both the Mother Lode and Standard smelteis.  The new 35-drill compressor at the  Mother Lode mine, Deadwood camp,  is expected to be stalled to-day.  An excellent strike of five feet of  ore was made in the Waterloo, Camp  McKinney, this week, at a depth o;  120 feet.  Some $40,000 was paid out in Phoenix last" Monday by the Dominion  Copper Co. and the Miner-Graves  syndicate.  The Humming Bird siding, at Lime  creek, on the north "fork of Kettlc  river, is completed, and shipments  have been started.  No.work whatever is going on at the  City of Paris mine, in White's camp,  but some ore is being sent out to the  Granby smelter ovcr.'he wagon road.  The 800-foot diamond drill contract  on the Cariboo, in camp McKinney, is  nearly completed. The tbrce of men  at work in this mine has been increased and now totals up to 70.  The shipments of pre from the  Miner-Graves properties in Phoenix  camp, fur the week ending last Wednesday amounted to 3,900 tuns. One  train was missed on 'account o{ cars  bsing'oS't.hs tracV  This week a gang of men was ict nt  work clearing the site that will be  chosen for beginning work on the main  working shaft, to be used permanently  by the Miner-Gravo syndicate in this  camp. The place chosen is on the *  Victoria ground in the timber, above J  botli the railway spurs. The timber is  now being cut aw.iy and some surface  prospecting done.  <-  The new shall, the work of sinking  which will nor Ik. started till spring,  will have four compartments, and it 11  hardly necessary to state, that like alt  others work undertaken by the Miner-  Graves syndicate/will be constructed  in the most modern' style, and fitted  with the latest up-to-date devices for  economicalh andling of ore.  For several months past explorations in^ these pro|��riies liave been  conducted with the idea of finding the  best place tor locating this ��h.ift. Evidently Wm. Yolcn Williams, the superintendent, now has (he location  decided on.  Workmen have been  dliving from  the   Old   Ironsides and   Knob.,Hill.  pro|>erties towards   each   oilier,  and  after about 400 feet more of drilling. '  and a raise of 100 leet, the mines will  be connected.    '1 his work is going "on  at the 2&o-foot level of tho Old ��� Ironsides, but as the 2oo-foot  level oi the  Knob Hill   is  100  fee  higher,   tho  raise will be necessary.      i'his raNe  will also probably be continued to the  surlacc for lentilating purposes.  Also Endorse CoasoUdatioa.  Last week the Knob Hill share  holders endorsed the proposed consolidation of the lour Mitjer-Graaes  companies opcratiny in Phoenix.  This week Tuesday the Grey Eag'e  share holders met 1.1   Montreal  also,  rc-clectedj directors .-and .~asse|itcd.'titoi  the plan for amalgamation of ths.  sev  cial companies. t  Ne\t Thursday those interested in  the original Granby company will  meet at Montreal, and will also,  doubtless agree to the scheme of merging the four companies into one immense corporation, with a capital of  $15,000,000. It is understood that  the Old Ironsides annual meeting will  be held at a little later date, and nr>  difficulty is antii ipated in securing the  assent ol" the stockholders to the plan.  HAVE 50 NAMES ON THE LIST.  Fraternal Order of Eagles Will Soon Organize  Here.  Tuesdav evening the Masonic hall  in the Morrison-Anderson building,  was crowded. An entertainment wa->  given, followed by a smoker. At the  latter those were present who wete interested in forming an aerie of the  I'raternal Older ot Eagles in Phoenh.  The entertainment was of a \aud  cwlle charartcr, and lasted for upwaid*  ot an hour. At the smoker the chief  speaker was Dr. Aithtir Burns of Republic, who explained in an interesting manner the aims and objects ot  this fraternal society.  \l present o\cr 50 names are on  the organisation roll, whuh is i-i  charge of the lollowing committee:  W. R. Williams, A. Branson, H. Mr-  Ginrc aiid Doc Kempt. It is probable  that the organization will be pctfected  and the local aerie started en its way  in the course of a couple of weeks.  Knights of Pythias BjII.  Invitations arc out for the first  annual   ball   to  be  given   by   Phoenix'.  Lodge  No.   28,   K. of P.,  at Miners'  Union   Hall,   next   Friday   evening,  February   22nd.    The  committee  in  charge  consists of   W.  B. Cochrane,  C. A. McClung,  G.  W.   Rumberger,  J. A. Mandcl.G. L. Elkins and   Dr.  G. S. Gordon,  which is  a  guarantee  that every effort will be made to make  this  dance  the  social  event  of   the  season.     The Pioneer predicts that  the occasion will be a most  deltghtfsil  one .for all  who give themselves the;  pleasure of attending.  Rossland's hockey club beat the  Revelstoke boys Thursday night .by a  score of 6 to t.  Mrs. Burns, accompanied her husband, Dr. Arthur Burns, of Republic,  on his trip to Phoenix this week.  H. R. Kirkpatrick, of Rossland,  the well known mining mar.hinerv  man, was looking ut> business in  town this week.  C. p. Hunter, formerly of the  house in Sandon, is now located permanently with the Hunter-Kendriclc  Co. in this city.  Jno.' Austed, formerly of Republi-j  who bought a lot on the south side of  Knob H'll avenue, cast of First street,  ti {{SKW.Tit'ing tor a! fe^ldi-noe or sfoie.  'I'  < >-��ii  '   ,J''-'L  J  lX*r*&&  ���r^fTi-T/  - (   '  "TTra���  li f'  dr."-: ' \' -ji...., ,     ,%���''-;     ��� ', '1 . :J  I    If   J     ��� Mat1!        ���       I   ''."'r   ���       - **       �����  Tr-1  v;.  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' ''l"��;;iv$,!,;:^'��^  COOOOCOCOa?  ito'j tliti';Vi'irnj^oiri:  fetslStliil^^^ !:0l1il;nci*;!iend^o^  Sat  i'V'vk.im'.TOp^  l>cxtnig;theV jocation!::o  the 1>W'W<- Pf\ both; l<^  .ftir jMf/p^  ���uriiiji secJ-iule^sliifS '^00('$px0i000-l  ^.'i^frsllCrirn  'olfiRaii&sMaM  !ftfe;ws;e4^  ^wjK^it-xity./iS'Sigiial'.fori.terror.to^striKe  tlieiriliearts'K&IMife'K  MIUm'idoinbteTdly^  and;act:oirjitJ?s6as!toseithers forestall  ;drisul}duc5tlns'uhimie:cm  j^^sfe^f,;;^:^  ;fOr,;raiiwaypeonsir,uctionKjiist;irote.:that  fsevetiVapplicationsvareitoibesmadevto  't'orifciiarters^Pfi'ico^^  cannot tb'iitffecl S'Uiatrsoin^ :��v f^lhe'/arrv  pjicagtjivsare^cMrter^  'i*y***%m'*: 'fit,'   t I* At** '<l"li .#��� -Va 11 a^iV* 1 I a ���"*��*.���*"'*>�� t*(Ll4 ,-*���*.���  -The public gii out of .mourning _ on.  rsihrcii _ otiis^^ .^'---7-'^ ;';^/,^'\:':;:".-::.,-,;'.;: .^.  1 ���',   The kiiig opened the.'Imperial Par-'  lid jnei'it; in;jiersofi'.'Wii'VFeb;1!' 14. !'   ,;;:;*V  ;V Mr^Ttrodeur^lins:;^  sj)e..k'e"rc,>i^  ;!! 'ThcvKaiser hasi conferred Uie^ highest German order on 1-ord 1 R'pl>erts!^  !.iiIi��tejiewstends to''xthe,, ; belief ; that  th;e"Coroiia!tioh:rall BeVlieltl:thistyear.  ',.   'The. election-'^  P,;Ef L^'liavedisolcssditlie incst start:  'J51 ? |5 J ipliticrirtl -i,-c:o"rii 1.1 j >t i o 1 a-^--:! S- v-jI^" v ;^- V?'-'-^.''^ ���"���'���. ~:' ;-'"���"���  ^Twelve!tl,iousaiid nine! 1)uiidfM,:and  fiiiglity/niiic^  '.siilce'.-tlie-ifwar^  ^Mca00P'X00000P0)0p-~'  ^^"N iess'rs;. v'Fh 3 ckiel a iVd i 35^>V. ^M cLijan,  before! wlibiils sos mahy^ liaturalizatioii  ���paiwr'sjiy^  .'siiiii'rh'eri' liayehad!:their, commissions  ^''.nolanes.^  Boundary Conc:rn.Qjot:d as Hiving Solved  '^000^:$^^:;^^^0pl000:'x  ^uie;!)?.^  of Trnde^rc#ently^  aj}';);o^thcrmiiiiiiiu^  jsays-tlVe^R^  sjjatfi^  poratibril andssniel ting jgliad 'J. hee|v;.;ac^  '.tfcMnpHsjj^^^  !"fJ.n'cJQr.!:exceiJ-��Ho.iia  siA7ites?h^.ii'��b'^  ^HJpf^ov^r'y^  ;^rations^\Ye'\^  ; n'o'io r^ ^i i*'?��l ir {ti ^^Col u rtilji if |! Ii a ntH e il  !$^perl:tb;i^  '''Klip^H^  fl^e^pfe^i^taklivjnwny  if^pin^e^icepil^nallj^  fclaii|e||tliar|tl^Jc^^  ^ticfecp^ciitipjm  |��?'^iebrc3is^ri0isJM3r^  ���tpji^Gran^lnielter^f^  |tpn'^|i3j;cj)!is^^j'iuc.^  'apesMi|t^i.i'av^  ihotljieq^i^'flute  'aiUl'is'putJt.Jft  fCOSt;;p'^$j|9!S;jfelf|^  ;snie1t1ng^t|^i^rai^  ;cb^tl)|ljecaijs;e^  ���tp''u^|raasifed|ivbjflu^  twa|er|j^er|i^fu&ffi|m^  ;aiic(^Ji.|fpire||.s;^.H^  tby;!de^ir^s|wliiclisdp^  sidefaul^'ma^  ���^ents>jj|o'r^inc^  -^th$cpst|p^  i^MrlSiHiCC^Miiierllt^  |^(|tJ|e|G'r^iJj^;S^mel,t,ii  {it^fe|&iiiei||^in^fH  f' Strike.;bo-:the Morrisjn. <;;,  "vWhile enlarging'the station iiVj'the/  tunnel level of ihc'Morrisoii, in Ucad  wood camp, last week, preparatory tp:  sinking a winze,' the dijjis lirpke  through wiiat was^jircsiimed tp lie the,  wall of the vein; aiid are how working in  a rich sfibbt of cp]��j>er-g<'>ld ore;' ' Ad -  djjfciial'deyejoprncnt at this; jKiint will  be.uiidertakeirjvjiniiiediately and ;ihe  ,iie^.Tiiid',expJbitcJ.'''-.T'lie.staliimJs'-'.''iii  ^550:'fett frbm; thev'nortal of the tir^nel.  The Ibc'ai ima'nag^'roent; is; urging' the  neceessitybf ihcimmediateconstruction  of anlextensibtj of the Deadwood camp  spur to.! the ^riihcy.- ppvxx':"p ''���������������p^p1^'.'- \  '������������'" The Morrisolt_is;said tpTbe; in n  |)osi,tipii;tb maintain a daily, output !'of,  rbaibiis .with^^prcji>er.shipping; facilities.'  'The ore"wi|l lie! treated at 'the- :Pyritic;'.;"  ���smelter;'' :x-A:;xP.<x:^'p^!''::r'' -pppp"'  mATm:^:,:p:��^pp-  ^PAIKNGv:i;^'|v,.'^-  ALL   WORK  GUARANTEED.  )!-'':!WfltCHMRI1E^  "s i: ��� Cmves-WillJmiis ailtdi��B  :: -)}, Vh'iriit St.. J-ImwhIx, -ll-C.;  noiil. Kx. Money Ordtrs Tor Sate.  Wi  NEW C. P. R, BRIDGE AT ROBSON.  DICK; iOKiH,  the popular^Caterer, is again';i^;'  in:charge of the '.-'.PP.-';.. :.,:."  Will IliyeSivca Piers, and a Most. lmposiujj|r;��'"  :;^"Strnclure.;;  iil'x''.  IZV>X:Xn%  {���..r.V,*i  ^t:.;-.ine.-..nwv.;raiiroaa..priage-,uo��3er.con-.|j-.  ;Struction;crosses'^^ the' Cblumhia at a' [:  pbint:'aljbut 'oiie!aiid a^ialf; miles .tllis j-  side-biVWest^iibspn, where'the';river |  .is ^bmparatively; narrow,!, only 'about :|^';!  ^^b^feet;! wide'at 16wi:;' wa'ter.'Lp:: I'he \\**~��  aVeiage; velocity 'of the;;--!ciii;reiii; ^!is ;!at  this;place!scnne':; f'ou!r|mtles!iiUi:, houiV  and at: low-;!waler the greatest depth;, is  ;'s6i.��e':;s6.!p.r'::^y;'''feeti^.'J1  proachv to !the,!bridgeT will; ;be. Sthrmiglc  a';iibriion;:b^|tlye!/ Castlegar; ]i tbwiisite;  aiid.the: eastern ';a})prracli;! w !a!:'lbiig  ir<$stle'.npw^'finished^cbiinccthig^witii  this Columbic^KobtenaylJlUiiwny.w,  JoSeveniiibrsiirjl together, ithetwo.baiik  abii'tmeiitsinclucledj! will; ;suj)j>6rt!ahc;:  i)ridge:!i;v;,C)f;!ttiK  i^ntsJ^:e^ead)V!and the ;stbiie,:;lputicl-!'  atioiis'bftlife-jfext^tm  ^liejwest'andipne biv'the;1east:;baiiks,;pf;;  'ih$^rH*er^^^^^  jiiaii>iiig-;;t|.iree^|>ie  riyer'biifplle'fbundationsaiid:'it!ie!';])iU��  !iiigis;alj driyeiivV.;Thb!i)iles:are:!tpJibe  'aittblTbjejbwVthevyatcrj.yclps^  b!c^tpj^'ai^|soJjd!; )vatei;p!rppWcaissbiis  lowered !3pftn;tc^the^nMelibyindaliotS  LisideUhiese^ca'sspiis1 tlie;i)iers:^vi|j;!}be.  ���i^uli^pl^siija^^aiiiw  ;pf|thc^;irge;^issbhs;:is!!'npw^  <a;|s^nd^ire^!;;started|'S;^        vol at  .PJSJ-ittfjit!^  elpsestf,tp]!tl^;easter^  !lliriSe|loc^e!d|m^tlve^  gJT^udges f^ni^wli a|;!JJi^|!;alreadjri  :b|ei||y pn!c0jthiss |';bridge.!;)!jpi||;S|!eii:  !ready^be.;im'^  icpmp^reVfci^r^W  :injijve0bftjivve5t:!^  .ja,;:';;SS"':,5S.'- .';.��$;''  v:\  is:;1!,��:;"-'-:'��,., r-4.  ���������^.������������������������������������.������������������������������������������������������������;  . -"'it;" .        ��� .  Where he wilt be;  to  :asce his old friends and patrons.'/r  ::'^^!!!';i%'!'������:-. servep| I Nf-::tV/;-v;v';;y!.';':��.('  SI*^^iSSi8S!)i����i^  liiilillili  llllSllii  ;ifii!;J��;i!inl(jni^r,rgllh;sivcct'm^;'.^  ^ivBf-enrtiVFreiicli^ity^WjGralinuu  ^:::;;;yoiir:prdera'nt:the;:;,;;;p:-iig;.^j=j;:^  ^EiAlRSM^RiNf^  I  1  :pr.p,mx>)entj_^  b!otlili^vii0al|^uKi)bmim  i*M^en;make!;towtivs,s'��lhev 'grasp:.op:  noiitunitieSjandipush/forward theygood  l��|i|He^yfflp^Hy^bf|d^  f!i|r)i^I)^|:iC^i:(da1:wa  |ii^,'i|i||Ch|rjg|l)|Mji^  /jf Irs||M|cki rfibslrlpi^  ISlNitrbu^^iiJi^  ���jfeSsfie'SVfai^l'i&i!^  "bpiossai;; womaitofaii ipocli' pbst;;S;(|; 'ftM^P y$  SvSj&U{theJiiflHei^pf^  ^lll^jieivlatifcCTiit'uneSitheir'^iir^;;  anSpeiinl^no'tjhiiji^ioujit^^.^  ;^!^Iqr^tiiaii;ml.iiin;j)ra  Tiie^a^lif^woftd:^^!^'!^;:^!!;^  3''&&V?rV^  i*;?3!w*B:;��i;^;{^sf5-S;^^  'i|qirnn|brt.!j'Ayen^^  ;>yjieh;War^��tcutle^aiid;rcsistle��  viw-'nie^tiiiW  ;Np inipimlsiVisti&  ���SSI'Co'iicertiSd'gWiuV^ibut^  ��|^^|;eariS;||:i';Sa;?j|^^  |;fflf^iSUer;ji^a^iii^iujmiKr1a^'ht^  *" ''a!IS!!Ss^^l^^i^^^^IJ!,^^  ^Bi0^^:^;::;::^-;^?^rf^r:^.^  |a�� will ^biituitjifi^.phstr;uctibn:^i*!its  ;|K'1|brii^i^|'ayi^r!gJn^  ���iMii^li'n^iifearlrli  cbiiteiniVtatedi-fexteiisibiKwilUlsllortw  :fJie.distancev:;be^wee|iy:;;MontrealR  ^o'-WCIpJR^iPKCiTO^  M0$x��iiS^'OR?'^-'r.S ?������ ?^Rr: f'^0:0XX  v''?;Nori��tfif3!'li'e''el^  'dafalard Deambir,-'jgo'i,guilder .t.lil? '^Jteadljig^is:  .���r��!ciiia��i;faridl, tliaf under::the lUiUioiityi.cfran:  Order in Cpiiiicii i>rthc8tli:;iustaiit> tlie .jjayihenl  *)fai-el>ate:oii; all timber exported lieydnd; tlie  liiiitts'cfthe I'rpviiici'was:allpwed-.tP: riiid.was  itiKoiitihued f<oiii and afieittlie.sist ofDeceniber>  i^Ja'The said ordtro.ftlieStliiii.rtautfiirilier pro-;  vide* Tor^ theh)ayiiieut.of.a -rtbiitjfoii .shftixlei*  ���cxnori^PPP.-P^-:;P''^.{.-:x'.-PiP~P:P.'.'P:f:p-'.:''  ^i-PXP:P^:"-'''PPPP-P-P].'D."PKi��<TiCK,-&:pXi~.  i^lii:intfi��crctary'^ffi!epJt';:':;S:''K;;S:irf  ��'','tvCorn'erll!rbpi:iv.iV-'Arciiue'and;i!m  oa^-^$��S��^a>S��>;^l>e-a>*-a>.:;^  liiilllllllllli^l^iiipS  ^���>.^.lA>"'.;,-VjJvft-.:';v;'  ���^.f^ii'-U'-xr/'--'  fc'Wiejlii^e a;^ecttity;':o^  iC^nerobpiiiiiiipuAraiuea  |J^g|^|||||ip||^l  and well-heated  ���ROO*l&.--PpPPyP':<  " ifj||^i|^^  -;.7'.":;;-'.'.-'.-,i"..':'^'-.'   .;-"���'.������'-:'���. ���������-V-"������-'���'.'������������-'''��� -'<'���'���������' -,|:-J,''���^,���,.���X;,^'.>,���'' -"'-1 #:-'���'.<��� a''���'';'��� '-k,'..'^���,."-'i!.;vi'.    --,''1'!',-',-���:"-".' -���>''i'-.'���";':���?-*'.    '- ''���'��� *���"-'-'''-���"��� ���  !l|i|^'S]^i^i^r^    i!X^Pp:PPP:P'Xfa:fi^X:.-.^\ar^^p;-iz--;-.fX>!'7'! ^p^x'"^^i^X;iy-:^^-'.TXP^;-.X:XPA-\f  ;||||||;!!!St^in^  !^il^^-|-^<Oid;:  "^  av;\ye;'l.my ^ire^! ��� from: ft  J ;!^;;;^i^n!pr!;rli'ty^w^  *!-K:SK';brdei^^ith"a^iarge!st'pck;tp^  '"' ���^���i.i.'i��.' ������ iji'!v x,i> Bit t a K0ii ���! ax ii! km jt!A;iisi i lli'r!!'!"^'!:!'!'!''^':  JLEWIS ;BR0S; ^  !;^i-*roprietorsi'(.  |p|!\;;|||!0M;^'^p  |||||��;;^Ml!u|s|ai^  ||i|l||!|tt^u8d!^  ��|;-;��!;;-'-ff!^|��P^p^  #@>  i^^j^j^Sijiil^  .,,..,.... ,.,ro��  .f>''Smi^:*!i��l:'mM  e-o-o  ;ty.:;jfc' o;1!��. .!0-C^^j^rt9���;!;:v!;'-.--'^!-.-v:'  __ ;&;:KNbB'HiriLAvE^.'!-I  ^��J^.^HG^NIXy.r3;^:!''J  '. 'Tlvls hoteliis^centrallylocatci^  :!*;7ur'!iisned:t.liroiigIw vjs.t':.iIrst:cjas&^vB^ar.!^-.'!;-:.!:;;,- 1  ���^;-;.'sfopke'd;'wiiil:'l)ie';fliiest','! ^ :-.:Vs; ;.:= J ''���':J:-::-v;:.^S.'!'rO:';,L :'--6^,:!;';^;;-".'..'' :.^v/i.fr4*.v.;V:V>.T  Sf|f|!|!!^  ;.}\.::";�� V; S.-::;!?":      -,:':.;:;;;��;i'.;V:::-��-<Hi>^��'^^e^  !oSn^  ,V':/ ���..".'.:'.''-'-'���.'!���''-'- -^^.������^������������'^���������������������������^������'������������������^ ,''. . :'i'���:"'"���   '���'! t'.'  ;!f.;S!ff;;u^  :w��'. !���;; ���^;.Bdl^.;:|^^^^(|^f^n^^I^i'iiest iLi^-ttb^^nd'!  ':xPi0Ap^(^g0siWi-fp:Pp^  0?:'-!;V;';!:$!||5;^i;ij|#!p^^ Manager '-"��� "v;;' '���v  ;::;OLp!^Ro||r^;A^HN^  tl^!^V/i^':B;'  .. ..vV"-      "T r^-J}   ���   ���',1'KQPRlETpKi:;. :  You'^n'gtt'inealsjiere^ in your mouth.!' ;.>'l'ry.them.  ���-:f;:?^ ThJ Pioneer :./."���';.::;; r .  .w.ButcheraS  "���-"'������;'������!":! Of Tin- Camp.  ���"^i^le all Kinds of Beef. Pork, Mutton and Veal.  ;':-!,;!'��.#lso' Fish, Poultry and Oysters in season.  !:\:'}i:|oiH'!Tra(lo Solicited.   Ouv rrice*s Ave Kiglit.  C3W Ironsides Ave.       PHOEMX, B. C  '&  LivetYf Feed aud Sale  W��Mx<   ^ Stables S  /-  .'i!v;:!i,S!;!v;';'!"; HARRY 15EI.L, Pkopkii-i-ok! ' s'^  i Good Saddle,  Pack and Driving Horses.   Heavy Drayirig. j��  :''!   !;!W: "'!,:: Chatges Reasonable..     ,', -     .,  ::W'Pmp--::-'    KNOI3 HILI. AVE, PHOENIX, li:C. ;!"'   ;  r!!yn^!-��4 " ___     /^ ^ PHOENIX^ S  ! Pi Burns & Co. na ke * i  i!? HKAI) OI'KICi: I OR llOUNtlAUV CKKKK, OUK^NWOOD, n. C.  pLX'M:-- lil.AI>QU.MUKKS,^*KI.SON, IL C.  Pi k"P-  '���'���'���'d,.  .... Wholesale M Mi M\ IterWs.:  SMSHnPYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASONV ;  ":'"'''"*'vK'!o'i All orders receive promiit atten;ion.''^ ;  ���;> -,���,.-,.,,..;..,.  .... ���  L 1 ���..         , -  ������������������������������������������������������������������������a���������������������#������������������������������������*���������������������  %mm$  i';;_-"!-V;'^ .������/:��� t*i:'  xWtPxM  Ar   'i   i  - *  1,  >;ij'  ti ,,^.      ^.'fcrr-  For Chapped Hands  J. B.; BOYLE,    ,  ^RUgGISU^and STATIONER..^'  !E'^:Nv!r��r^;Kp,''is-  GRAVKS-WILI.MMS iiiock.  Mcurr HKi.i,  flillllSibOMINION'AVE., -PHOENIX, B. C.  Miife. Pioneer Hotel...  Jjliu^tMraljds of Wines, Liquors and.Cigars always in Stock"  'x0&:SS[;:Gonifortable and well Furnished Rooms. *  li|Sii|6E|a'SS Diiiiiijx lloom -and Attentive Wailei*s.  'ppx^xppz^pw frf"  '   A. BRANSON, Mgr.  (oluii Wkoksate lip Conpf, Wei  pi $ R. GREIGER, Manager.  stents for pabst Beer  ZMttKr  Complete line ofjBnr Siipplitn.  ....GREENWOOD, 13. C.  ilioenix Stage Line.  .,,...., V:,0'P:0X ^ ^  |fei^s^!WO Round Trips Daily Between Phoenix  IlllltS-l  '        and Greenw-ood.  Leayes!^Hoenix at 7.45 a. 111. and'1,30 p. m.   Phoenix Time.  |||lLeayes; f3reehwoodat 9:00 a. m. and 4:00 ptm.  Green-  l0$stM'i'''Ayood Time.    Sundays, leaves Phoenix at 8:15 a. 111.  au^Greeiiwood at 10:30 a. m.  ||Mg"iliili & McDONALD, Props  NIX  REWERY  ;! -JULIUS MUEI.1.ER, PKOfRtnnR.  Extra Fme  !^';'.n-'.'.'-^^^.^Patroriize home Industry and  !^vV.;~-:?'.!!V:!-.;-!!!!!!drin^.;'Phoenix Beer. ^    '   ,  Opr. Standard Avenue and Banner Street.  PHOENIX, B.C.  0-OKXKXKH><>-0<KK^  m  m  SUNN & McCAGUE,    ,  l'ROI'RIh'lORS. j  V. & N. Ifhone, No. 48.  ; Bread, Cakes, Pies, Etc., Fresh Daily.  TRONSIDES ADDTTTON, PHOENIX, FT. C.   ��� Fsr.it Deliver^    g  sSLsiSt.:���"." ���W,. j     -   -.'.��        - f*.,:'i��h."-    '.*"-.'j   -i'^T  .if:,-   ;-���"..  .17'. ..-r:' >iv *���������-.. 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'i-a. _.__�� i!(__._..c5i iV-i "^l ^ .����.-, ,5*. a'i    l  ..i i_l'j_!>ih_i       i--       ������ EsfS��Wit^iMffiSWri.ri,>!fi 'mH,,".<��*'ffl"'��r*J.Kri flB'tlt ���A      '"��        ft   ���~. a"- ~  ANNIVERSARY OF ST. VALENTINE.  *  ..... - <  �� < ��-��� ,     -      ,  'tussl Thursday Many Celebrated   the  Well  Known Dale.  Last-Tlnnsday un; St. Valentine's  ifhy, the day when a host of Mvect-  Ihearts the world over received those  [simple tokens of love from their male  iad'.nircrs.  The  valentine man  has  prepared  fspecimens for the trade this year  sim-  filar   to   those   offeied   for   sale last  Reason.    The standaid  paper  valen-  Itine sesmed  to  be the most ]>0jjul.ir  Bhis season.    The way  in  which   tlie  \i inters of today  handle'paper and  ithe fine coloring which they can  impart to it is given  by  dealeis as  the  "jirimc icason for popularity  in  paper  valentines.    This accounts  for  new  fehapes being "intiodnced.    On  some  ��re painted lads and lassies and  flow-  irs, while others contain  two  hearts  foined by the anow of love bhot  from  Ihe bow of a cupid.,  Valentine literally means a sweetheart chosen on St. Valentine's day.  Dr it may he a letter containing professions of love, or a missive of a sen-  jmental, comic or burlesque charpc-  "fer, but must be sent on or near Feb  jiaiy 14th. It was a vciy old notion  flliided to by Shakespeare that on this  [lay birds begin - to ��� mate, Hence,  perhaps, arose the custom of sending  love tokens at that time.  THK PHOENIX PICXKFR.  L-&-LLL =  ���^hV  no ncE  , Notice [ft lirrcliy glern liiot at the utxt cltting  e.rihc Licence Crmiiiiaslcmtnt fur lite City ef  l'uoeiiix we intend to applv lor n traiisier to  John Kiioivies cf the licence which we hold to  ��ll liqor by retail 111 the .Mint Hotel,situated on  Dominion A\em;e, T,ot 6, Block ), Kurabenrer  Tounsite, 1-hoenix,.. C  Dated the 1 at dnj or J ebninry, 1901.  TiiOJirsoN & Knoui.i-k,  |xrr John Know la.,  [I, S.]  A Word to Baslou3�� ,Mea.  At the piesent time there is hardly  [ft family in Phoenix that does not read  Jibe l'ioneer. That means that when  [you have anything to'scll and tell the  ([people about it in the columns of' the  [Pioneer, you reach the very ones you  fare after. When a person enteis your  {.stoic, you are anxious to show your  figoods and tell of your bargains. Hut  Sail of the "people in Phoenix do not  fenter your store each week. Vou  emust talk to tlicin in some other way.  j&Thc Pioneer is the medium. The  7people read the Pioneer. Make the  ���advertising a part of your business.  ���Change your ads. . Show the. people  [that you have .something to sell. Im-  gprcs upon them the fact tlin,t you  Jraiit their trade.; You are,'talking to  [1,000 01 i,ioo possible customers  :\vhen yc-u talk to the people through  ; the columns of the Pioneer.  This is worth, rcmembciing. Ad-  i vcrtising pays.  LOW GRADE ORE IS PROFITABLE.  - History ol Alaska Treadwell a Brig at Exam*  -   ' Pie. -'   >J  The report of the Alaska Treadwell  hnine for Nov. i9oo,��is a revelation to  ���even many piactical mining men..   It  'hlatcs that during that month thecom-  dany milled 60,032 tons with its 542  ��> stamps.    The returns in  bullion  and  conccntiatcs amounted  to   $97,033.  The total expenses of mining and milling were $34,000, leaving a net profit of  563,033.    The average  value of the  ore was $1.61 to the ton, and the cost  ot mining and  milling was' therefore  only a fraction ovci  56 cents to. the  ton. '  This is a remaikable showing, and  conditions must be favorable to secure  such results. The vein is practically a  quarry, being about 300 feetin width,  and the cost of mining under such circumstances is icduced to the minimum. I'he stamp mill, having 542  stamps, makes it one of the largest  if not the largest, leduction plant of  its kind in the world. The mine and  the mill are provided with a number  of labor saving devices, as it is only  by the exercise ol the closest economy  in both extraction and reduction that  such low gi ade ore can be made to  yield a profit. '1 he plants for bpth  mining and milling have to be large  so that the output per day, as in the  case of the Alaska Tieadwe'l, where  2,000 tons of ore per day is taken  from the mine and treated in the mill,  should* be considerable.  Of course the cost of equipping  a  mine of the type of the Alaska Tiead-  well is very great, but the  experience  gained in the case of this venture, and  in that of the Homestake in  South  Dakota,  where the ore is of a similar  gj. character to that of tlie Alaska Tread-  _well, shows that large bodies of low  Jgrade' Yiee   milling   ore   >ield  good  Hpiofits, and companies opeiatinc them  gpay dividends over peiiods covering a  hiumbei of yeais.���Rossland Miner.  HKN'Ki G. JOIA" Dl! T,OTWN-IIW{,  CANADA,  riioviKCi', oi'imrnsii columhia  VICTORIA, bv the Cracc cf Cod, of the United  Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Ouecn,  UrCndcrofthe 1'mth, &c, K.c. &c.  To Our faithful tlie members elected to sen e in  the Legislative Aiarmbly U Our Province of  JlrllUh  Columbia at Our City cf Victoria���  OURUTING.  A PROCLAMATION.  II. A. MacLkan, (    Wllli&EAs We are  Deputy Attorney General. | desirous and re  sohe-d, an soon nit may he, to meet Our i'eople of  Our proline; of British Columbia, und to hnve  their advice lu Our Legislature: -  SOW KNOW VK, that for diver, cmtscs and  considerations, aud taLlug into consideration the  cane aud convenience cf Our lining subjects, We  have thought fit, by and villi the advice cfOur  Executive Council do hereby convoke, and by  these presents enjoin jou, nud each of >ou, that  on Thursday, the ttvciit)-fir*t, day of l-'ebrnary,  one tliotiftniid nine hiiiidretl.met one, jou meet  Us in Our s.iid Legislature or I'arliament cfOur  said Province, nt our City of Victoria, t'OR THK  DISPATCH 01' IIUSINKSS, to treat, do, act and  conclude uponthose thing*which in Our Legis-  latureof the I'rov luce of llritish Columbia, by  the Common Council of Ouriiiiid Province may,  by the favour of God, tic ordained.  ��� ��� In Tbsti hon\ WiimiF.or, Wc hate canned these  Our Letters to tie'iunde Patent mid the Great  Seal cf said Province to be herciinto affixed:  WiTicinw, the lloiiornlile fur IIiimu Gi>tavf  Jalv in: Lutmmkkf. K. C. 31, c; , Lieutenant-  Governor or Oilr said Province of llritish Co  liimbla, iu Our City cf Victor ill, in Our said  Province, this seventeenth day of Jiiuunry, in  the jenrof Our Lord Qiietheitijaiid nine hundred  mid our, aud iu ihe sixty-fourth jenr of Our  Kclgu.  Ilv Comiiinnd.  J. J), PRHNTICK,  Proi-liKial Sccrclarj.  MINERAL ACT.   -  Certificate of Improvement*,  NOTICK.  I.ittle Hiirue, LittleISurnc rrnctioii, Brandon and  llraiidon l'rartiou Mineral Clalnm,situate iu  the Kettle Kiver Mining Dili don cf Yale District.  Wherelocitcd���InCSieenwood camp.noith cf  Hie Bylvester K. mineral claim.  Take notice that I, Sydiiej- il. Johnsuipn'tinir  a* agent for James Marshall, l'rce Miner*'Certificate No. II 7OS4,Tti0liias Kodinc!:, 1-ree Miners'  Certificate No. U T9M and Janus McNulty, Tree  Mluers' Certificate No. It zfitf, intend, h.xty  da>B from the date hereof, to apply to the .Mining Kecoider fur a Certificate cf Improveiiients  for the purports cf obtaining a CronuGrait cf  the aboveclamix  And further take notice that action, under section 37, must l��c- commenced litfore tlie HsuaiK.-  ol such Certificate of Iniproveiiieuts.  Dated this ist day cf January. A. 1)., 1901.  17 ,  " NOTICE.  Notice I�� hereby given that application ivlll be  made to the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ilrltivh Columbia, nt 1U next fcesslou fot  nil net to lucoriwrateacompmiy with power to,  carrj oil the business of. ivluiil?, Hliclting uud  rcfilllug ores and Ihe generation, application  and supply of povvci apd light in all itt branches;  lo acquire, equip,onu nnd operate ivnter, jxiwei,  light and compressed air KVfcU-nis. plant,  machinery and other appliances and for  such purposes to have' all 01 nny cf th:  powcra, rights nnd privileges which sjitcially in  corporatol companies may acquire under the  "Water Clauses,, Consolidation Act;" to expropriate, take over and otherwise acquire water  from Long Lake iu the Osoyoos Division of Vale  District and from any other sti earns, lakes, or  sources of supply in the- snid Osoyoos Division of  Yale District, for generating electricity aud sup-  pi) ing the same, for electric lighting, motive  power, heat, telegraph, telephone mid other  works, and for mipplyiiii; water lo consumers  within n radius of ten miles from the City or  Phoenix lu the County of Yale, foi domestic and  ngriculturtilnsvvellasfjrindiistrial and mechanical purposes, and for municipal and other purposes; to explore for," acquire and develop  mines, mineral claims, rights, franchises and  other privileges; to purchase or otherwise acquire real nnd personal property of every nature  and kind; to slilidivule, impiove, sell, lease,  mortgage, market or otherwise deal with the  same; to carry on the business of smelters, refiners, assavers, dealers in ore, bullion, metal  and the products of mines and snielters, refineries and other industries of a like nature; to  Search for," get, obtain purchase or otherwise  ncpilre, coal lauds aud carry on the business of  co.il'mining, refiners or petroleum lu all its  branches, nud supply coal, coke, crude and refined petroleum, to wholesale and retail dealers  aud to consumers, lo purchase, lease or otherwise acquire, timber lauds or tnuljer limits, and  to cairy on the business of dealers in timber and  lumber, and of lumber manufacturer', in all its  brandies; to purchase, erect, or otherwise acquire, siutlterh, refineries, plant, machinery,  patents of invention, nulls,'factories, nud appliances, appertaining to or which may be useful in earning on any of the bant objects or auy  branch thereof; to own, acquire, construct,  equip, operate and maintain railways, trnm-  waj-s, roads, trails and other ways within-the  said district, nud to operate the same with steam,  electricity,cable, horse or other motive power,  with'power to equip, construct and operate  branch lines within the siiil district; to make  traffic arrangements incidental to any railways,  trauiunvs or other wn.vs, which the Miid coui-  fiany may construct, to carry passeugers and  rcight, and collect rates ana lolls tlicielorjto  cross other linesol railways, tramways or highways, to own, equip, erect, construct, nud liinui  tain, buildings, dams, ditches, flumes, race vvnys,  pipes or other works for the purirases of carrj ing  out the above objects or any of tlicm, with power  toetiter upon nnd expropriate lauds for the purpose* of the company; with power to erect and  lay, construct uud maintain pipes, poles, wires  r Pboeaix Lodge No. 28,  Knights of PytMss.  Meets ever} Tuesday night  at 7 30 p. ul., Miners' Union  II.il).  Visiting brethren welcome.  C. A. McCli'SO, K  K, b.  J. A. CI.AHK, C. C.  ."������    WINTER SCHEDUI.K  Spoh^ne falls old  NELSON  ft   FORT   SMEPPARD  JiKI) MOUNTAIN RT.  The only oil rail route between a!��-pouils east,  wet, andsoiilli to Kosslatid, Nelson and all intermediate pcinti; connecting at bpokane with  the Grtnt Northern,Northernrnclficand O. K. &  N. Co.  Connects at Neli-on w Itli steamer for Kaslo and  nil Kooteuoj Lake points.  Connects (ft Meyer's Kails with stage daily for  Kepublic,and connects at Ilossbiirg -with st-igc  daily f>r Grand Porks and Greenwood.  IvI'H-CTIVH 8l'N��AV, DKC. 25, iox>.  R. B. KERR,  "BARRisrrR and Solicitor,  NOTARY PUIII.IC.  ,     PHOENIX, B. C.  ALDHAH t5c BLUNT,  Mini: Surveyors,  AN1> DkAUCHTSMLN.  Piioi.nix, II. C.  scon & McLaren,  CONIKACIORS AND IJUILDHRS.  ESI IMA I'l.S FUKMSHKI).  PHOENIX',"]). C.  Leave.  DiilyTraiii   Spokuite   Arn  ve.  8.30 a  in....   640 p.  111.  11 5��:  1. 111...   ,^tossland   ..     .3 <o l>  111  700a  111...   Nelson   Night Train,  .. 7 15 l>.  nt.  9 4S P-  111...   Spokane    7*0 a.  in  11 001  1.111.  .   .     . Itosstuud  ....   700 a.  111.  1'irsl class  sleepers on night train  II. \. JACK.iON,  General Passeiit  er Agent.  11. P. BROWN  , Agent,  Kosilaud, B  C.  OKI'  r��ic��s tor m >    ������-���  _                           V  tr>-T>0T>'T>^<^f>  ULtv  The ilefet appointed and equipped Ilosllery lu the Bouudarv Country  C.W.-ABBOTT. Prop. Do-minion Ave., Phoenix, B.  ' 991  . ... .. y.  /a  1  This popular hotel has been recited,refurnish  ed and thoroughly overhauled thro igliout, aud f.ir-  uishcd with alt the modern hotel conveniences. Local aud Long Distance Telephone ccnnectlcti with  the olf.c ��� aud ijlieadqirirters for htage and Kail-  .va> traffic; nud every attest,on is given to the- cctu-  fort ai<d convenience cf patrons. Thehotel has been  enlarged by Ihe addition of fifteen nicely, fumnslied  looms and an l'p-to-date Ml'MC 1IAI.L.  Tlie llji  - WINES,  LIQUORS,  -CIHR).'  T'ie;  EASTERN  "BahR,  ' y-^'0  /'".'���.��  r.vr.\Ki isnrii 1859.   '  CAPITA1.   -,    -'-   - ��� $2,000,000 .;  RESERVE-FUND",-   -    $900,000^  k"V  R. \V  HOARD OK DIKHCTOrlS.  llKvrisi n, I'resideut, Hon. M. II. Cocn-  '���').  Iteitt Horse Dlenkets. Whips,  Hame Housings,  and all  -vonr  Ihimess supplies fiom  ' I!. G. SMI1II,,Gaud. Forks.  II. S. CAVLLV.  W.  B. COCIIRANi:.  CAYLEY & COCHRANE,  Solicitors, E'i c.  PHOENIX, B. C.  PRINGLE & WHITESIDE,  , 15arri.sti:rs St Soi.ici'iors,  Graves-Willinnis Block.  PHOENIX, B. C.  D. J. MATHESON,  INSURANCE AGKNT,'  i 1RL, I.Il'K, ACCIBKNT.,'  Commissioner lor Lilting Affidnvils.  Phoenix, B. C.  t  muter or along  the streets aiid allevs of any city or town or in  and other appliances tliroiiRb,  tlie streets and allev s of any cit.  any part of the said district; to run, construct,  Piants  01 dei s  tion.  in  J C. (Joupil  signs    anyulicrc.     Leave  post-ofllcc.    Piompt atten  Desk For Sale.  For sale, a small solid oak office  desk, in A 1 condition. Infjuiic at  the Pioncet office.  Do You Want aPinnt?  1'or sale at - tlie Pioneer office a  count!y newspaper plant Anyone  thinking of sinning a weekly can secure  .1 bargain by nddiessing, Pioneer, Pub.  Co, Phoenix, B. C. ' -  m  , Who has Those Pictures?  If the parties who took the twolaigc  oak framed pictujes from the Imperial  bar room the night of the fire, will return them to the Pioneer office, nothing will be said; otherwise,proceedings  will be taken, as the pai ties aie known.  E. Weeks.  Wm  MINERAL ACT.  "'    Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK  "Apcx'V'Kcvstonc"  and ' SmugRler" tnmcrhl  claims, situate ill   the  Kettle   Kiver   Mining  Division of Yale Distritt.  'Vhere located-���In Greenwood Camp.  Take notice that I, George W. Rumberger,  I'ret Sliner's certificate No. H29595, for myself,  and ab ngent for Thomas 11. Carrison, Vice  Miser's certificate No. II31135 and Patrick J.  Dermody. 1'ree Mlncr'u certificate No. B295041  iiiteud.sl.tty days from the date hereof to apply  to the Mining": Recorder ;for certificfltes sof ��� Improvements for. the purpose of-obtoiniiig Crown  Groiitsol'"ie nhove ctaimn.- ���������.-.���>  Afidriirther take "notice lliat actionrT"dcr  Scctiou .17, must he commehced before the issuance of such certificates of. Improvements.  Dated this 3.1th day of January, A. D, 1901.  20'   '   -���-   .-.-.-. Georob W.: Ri,-mju!:-.o��k.  excavate nud liiniulain a tunnel through and  under the land ljiugbetvvecu tlie City of I'lioe-  nlvnndlhc Cit\ of Creeimood, 01 the City of  Grand Porks 111 the County cf Yale in Uie Province of Iintish Columbia, fiom a point near  Uoiuulary Creek,or from a point near 1-our Mite  Creek, or from a point near Knott Creek, to the  City or I'hociiix, aud for the purposes cf the undertaking run exploring and branch tunnels  from the main tunnel, also to sink or raise, milling, working or air shafts along the line or course  from the tunnel or branches; to acquire tlie undertaking and business, pioperty lights, franchises and assets of .my oilier companies, either  forcash or for shares in this company, or partly  for cash and parity fir such shares, or for any  other consideration, to sell, exchange, mortgage,  lease, or otherwise dispose of the said properly,  privileges, rights, franchises and nsscLs, or all)  part or pnrLs thereof, either for cash or for any  oilier consideration ; to issue the shares cf the  company 's fully paid up, or as assessable, or  as non-asscssabte, or ns parllj assessable or  otherwise, and with ]iovverto acquire laud, bonuses, privileges or other aid from any Government or Municipality, or vv till jwvvcr to amalgamate with any other company or companies,  liav ing objects simitar to the objects of tlnsconi-  pativ, and for all other necessary or incidental  rights, powers or privileges, 1ne1dent.1l 01 conducive to the attainment cf the above objects or  any of them.  Dated at the City of Greenwood, 11.   C, this  jjiid day of December, A. I), 1900.  HALLin 1* & MIAW,  u Solicitors for the Applicants,  PRACTICAL HOrSK AVI> SIGN ,���  TAIN'TKRS, DKCORaTOKS, ETC.  Phoenix ind  Greeiwood, B.C.  Piiom:: Columbia 35.  ��� ���������������������������������������������������������������sH-fs-r-*  Phoenix  Skating  Rink  W. DXEVER, Proprietor.  Will be open to the public  2 to 4:30 p. .111., ,and  fiom  7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.   From '  10  to   11   p.m. ice  will be'  used by hockey players.  "Admission, 25 Cents  Season  Tickets   for sale   at  the office.  I.mporii.h an J   Domesiic i  i  j Comfortable - Sample - Rooms, J  For  Commercial, Travelers.  The public pationagc respect- I  '   lully MJliritcd. I  We aim to retain our,  lar��e trade and deserve tnoro.  ur, present t)  .#�������!�� imrri"-..    ��  %9^^iJK��<^<��^m~  ;<SCi><JO*>*>>1<*��  OCX>OOOOOOOOOOOOCKX>0030CKX>OOCrOt^^  The Lion Bottling Works  GREENWOOD a.vd PHOENIX, B. C* *'   SOLE AGtNIS FOR IHE   Lion Brewing Co.  Of Rossland,  the  Largest Brewery in British Columbia.   GENERAL   EXPORT  AGENTS'   Blue Label  KKICHS-  yOE! I.KK  Setters  Natural   Mineral Water  WlFSBADEN, Gr.RMANV.  <!  KAMJ, V����-I*res., I<rael Wood. J. S. Milfiliell,  C. hlereus, J N.-CIMer, N. -H-.TIioniai*, ��. II,  K.-ltli.m, II  i��. Ilruvvu, <J. C.' L. '        ''    "���    .  IIItAI) OKI'lCl{, !>UHH BROOK K. P. Q.  W��,   !��� \kvvk(.i ,  Gen'l  Jlijr.. - .    -  '  r Jut. Mackiiuioii,   Atsiilaut Oen'IMsr,      "���  h. Knr.nr.i,  I^cal Msr, ''        "  S. I', .Mohi;v, Inspector cf lirauelies.       ^  BR \NCHI{t>- ,  In X'rovince ofyuebec��� v   -  ,, , Vaterlco, W. I. Ilriggs, Manager.        f"  "���  Reck Idaud, S. Steve-ns, M.innger.  ConaiiKville, II. 1-  Williams, M^r.."    "    "'  ConUccoW, II  ^ltitinj Manascr.       ?.  Xichiucud, \V. L. Hall,      " ' _  i        Criiuby, \V II. Robinson,  >        Iledfurd, I! W. Morgan',  M.-ie.ce, i:. I'. Olisler, ;; '  ht. Il..-.i.-1'ilh.-, JcHf kiiib';!<?," M^r."  i        Huntingdon, V.. Jf. Robinsoi), Mgr.-    ��� .- .  Ormstowii, \V. II. Hnrgiavc, Actiuy A'cr.,,  In rrovmcrcf Rrit'sh Colmnbin���  Orandl'-orks," Wm. Spier, Mfii-    '       '   "  I'.'ioenit, -������Mgr. *'.  Afceuts in Montreal, liank tit Moiitrenl; I/>u-  duii, V.Hy., National Jlauk cf SciAlaud; llostou,  S'ntiunal H-eeluuge Haul.; New Vdrkj National'  Park limity      - ���      '  Collections' made nt-all   accessible   |K>luU.  Draft.1! isuit-d fur nny re<iitircd nuioiiut��, goovl ut f.  all point* in Caunciii,   l*. S. and Kurope.    !;lr-   -  change bought und hold,        h ,   ,  b.-iv lugs llrnucli Department at each office.  Interest allowed f.olu date cf deposit' Bifd'com-   ,  pounded nniiuallv without requiring nttciitiim (.f  ,  de|>ositor. ' '  Office Hours: is y, hatiinlav from 10 to i��.  VJ  ��� i ' 'J  1        ''1  .   -v'  JAS. McCREATH & CO.. Props.  OO9OtX)OO0<X>00000O000000OCX)0000OO900O0^  N  0  R  p  - -    FIRST-CLASS CAFE.  M'ctt r-'urui-ilied and Heafiet Rooms    Kvery aiteiitiou psid (o Ihe Ccir.fcrt cf diesis.  Domestic ani Imported Liquors and Cigars always in Stock.  N"HOTEL,| ALMSTROM.& BERG, Props. riiS?.'  Doinliuon Avenue.  11. C.  The_:  Maple   Leaf  Choice  wines,, liquors,   and  cigars  always  Board by day or week.        One trial and }rou will  The Maple Leaf Forever.  in    stock,  remember  J. Mandel. P*op.  OLD IRONSIDES AVE.  PHOENIX, 11. C  Hotel Brooklyn Barber Shop  CHAS. SCHALM, PROr.  rOHMERLV  OI'  0. K. SHOP,  ROSSLAND.  Dominion Ave .  PHOENIX, B. O  Cottage Hotel |  GEORGE F. GABRIEL, Proprietor. J  The Finest to be had in Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  NORTH END OF FIRST  STREET BRIDGE  PHOENIX. I?. C.  ^^^^h^^^^0^w^&y^^,  NOTICE OF PRIVATE BILL.  Tfolice is herc1>> Biv-eu that application vv ill he  made lothe LcgMntivc Asseinbl} of tne Piovince  ofllritish CoIimiIiI.1 at its nest session for an ncl  to incorporate a coiiipany'vvilli power to con-  atiuct equip, uiaintnin, nnd ojwratc a single or  douole line.of railway of .staiidnrd or nariovv  gauge for the piirpose of conveying passengers  and freight, from a point oirllurrnrd Inlet at or  near. Hie City of Vancouver, thence via the City  of New Westminster in nu ; easterly direction  along the South side of the valley orilic l'r.iser  River to some point on the said 1-rnser River between the junction of tlie Chitliwnck River with  the said I'rn.ser River and the town of Vale;  thence in' an easterly direction along (lie valleys  lOtlieCliilllvvnck.Coqullinlla.TiilaiiieciinitdSiin-  Ikiiiiueii rivers or some of them, or the trilm-  tories llicrcofor some of tlieni, hy the most feasible route to a point between J'cntleioii and the  International lloiindary on the watercourse coil-.  uccltng Okoiiagau and Osoyoos Lakes; thence  by the itiost feasible route ton point on the Kettle  River ot or near Rock Creek; thence by tlie most  feasible route to a point ut or near Midway;  thence by the most feasible route! to a point at or  near the City of Orand Vorks; with power to  construct, 'equip, maintain.' and operate, trom  nny point on the said railway, branches and extensions of the same of not more thmi 30 miles  In length;."and roads, bridges, ways, ferries,  wharves; docks, and coal bunkers; with)power  to build1, ovyn, equip; operate.nnd maintain steam  and other vessels aiid boats, telegraphs, .telephones nndjrnmvvays, nerlnl or otherwise and to  carry on a general express business, either as  separate iiildertakiiigs or in coiiriecliou with the  said railway and the said- branches nnd extensions; with power to generate electricity for the  supply of light, heat and power and dispose of  rtnd deal with the same nt a profit ih any of the  districts or localities through which the- said  railway, branches and extensions pass; with  power to exprbpridte'lands far.nuy of the purposes of the company'and to acquire lauds,  bonuses, privileges, or other aids: from" any  government, ��� municipality*, or other persons or  bodies corporate; with power to construct, equip,  acquire, lease, maintain, and operate "smelters,  reduction, rcfiuiiig.couceutratiiigi or other works  for handling and treatment of ores; with power  to acquire and operate coal lands and dispose of  the proceeds thereof; with power to acquire, construct,and operate hotels; with power to make  traffic or other arrangements or amalgamate or  connect with any railway, steamboat,. or other  company, or lease, purchase, brothervvisc acquire  tile assets of any such company; nnd vylth povyer  to build wagon-roads to he used in the construction of said railway1-and its extension nud  broaches and in advance of the 'same, and to  levy nnd collect tolls from nil parties using and  all freight passing over any such roads, or any  such aforesaid docks, railways, ferries or vessels  lany, whether  tlie Act hereby  owned or bp'erated by the. company;  builtbefoTeornfterthe.passagc oftlie }  applied for, arid with all other usual, necessary  built before or after the.passage ol  -, arid with all other u  rights, powersor privileges n.smay be  ir Inoidental or conductive to the at-  incidental  necessary or   ���  taimuent   of the above  objects or auy of tlieui.  llu.-sTKit & Oliver,  ���������  Solk-itors for the App'ifiiut  I Cunningham  & Anderson,  MINE  INSTALLATION  A SPECIALTY.  &  ELECTRICAL  CONSTRUCTION  SUPPLIES.  AND  Fixtures, Motors, Dynamos, Etc., House Wiring and  Dynamo Repairing.  Phoenix and  GreenwoodVBaC.  The Yale-Cohsmfeia Lumber Co*  ', '     LIMITED. .     , -  Manufacturers of all kinds of  Rough 'and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles,  Mouldings and Turnings.  Our Present Mill and Yards are J.ocated as Follows:  . mill and yard  **j     ii    ' <*  Nakusp.   ,  Robson...  Rossland   ..  .   ..     .mill and yard  It           C<             ft  li           (C              tt  Phoenix  .  Eholt No. 1  Eholt No. 2  Ymir  Greenwood-  yards.  ti       it         li  -Gen'l office���mill and  Deadwood  Rock Creek  ' Long Lake  We are also prepared to deliver lumber to any mining camp.  Our Company is enabled to Supply a."3' order without delay  AND SOO LINE.  STILL COSTJXl'K TO'OPURATH  rirst=Class Sleepers.  , -ON' AT.I, TKAUN'S 1'ROM -  * i  Revelstoke and  Kootenay L/dg*  r     '  ALSO   TOURIST   CARS   pawlne  - lJiintiiore }c\ , fur St.i I-nnl on Smidajh.  Tiievlaei,'I'luirwliijs nnd Fri(*n\s.     fi|-  roi.to  oil   Moiii'ii}'*   nud    W'rdilesdnjs.  ."Muntrcnl and IVoston on Solitrc"ii>s. >  Sam - cai ? pan Ke\ elitokc one elay cai Iter.  I'or Time-lalile^, ralci  and   fiill ii)fjnuatloil  cat| on tr address nc.iresl lociil agent, or  O. W. Dr.v,  Agent,  Phoenn, li. C.  E-LCovlk).  A.G.P.Agt.  Yaiicoincr, U.C.  J. S. CAR-ir.R, I). P  Nelson, B. C.  T. H. Richards, Proprietor.      ���    ��    ���     ���     ���       Cor. Knob li.'II Are. and First Street.  Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Dining Room iu Connection. PHOENIX, B. C.  d. w. Mcdonald Pfsa  Job Work Promptly Attended to.  Phoenit street (Had. cf Pctoflicc ) V. S. N Phone No 4<  Phoenix* B, C*  BROOKLYN CAFE  D05IIM0N   VVP ,   AM)   I'HOI  xi\ Strut.  Phoenix. B. C.  e supplied with the best to found in the market.  Tabl  Twenty-five of the best furnished rooms in the city.  \VII0I.I-;SALH DliAl.KRS IN' l-'INK   GLASSWARE  WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS  PABST CELB R^TED BEER  CALIFORNIA'1 WINE   CO.,  -DEALERS IN-  o-  i  and   <&   S  a-rs  o  Agents for Calgary  sBebr.:  NELSON,-;* e.  ....HOTEL BROOKLYN....  (nrmerlj lite Metropolitan )  High class wines, liquors aud cigars always in stock. Convenient sample room for Commercial Men. First-  class Cafe in connection.  HUGHIE McGUIRE, Prop.  11) PAH,  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Woik Cuaianteed.   Iniport-  \ ed Goods.  rixi: iioois and siioi:s uiDno  ORDI.R.  l'KACriCU.    MIMKS'  AVI)   PR0S-  rhcroRs'.shoes a spicmliv.  Corner Phoenix St. and Brooklyn Ave.  O  Smoke  a  5 KELOWNA ���  CIGAR5.  o  MADE  ��  UNION  The Wm. Hamilton Manufacturing Company,  Limited.  oae  t Peterborough, Ont.,  MINERAL ACT.  Cfrt'ficnlcs of Improvements.  NOIICK.  Alinn 1'raciion.il anel l-airplnj T'mction Mineral  Claims suiiate'U in (^rafid Forks Miiim^  Dnision c f Yale- District Where locnte'd ��� in  lire'eimooet camp, east oftli? Citv of Phoenix  T.ike notice dial I John Loins Ornliam;  Abbott nctittjr ai .ix~nt fertile llritish Coluinb. i  (RoHsl.incI ai il sloe-nn) SMKlicate, Limited, Free  Minci's cernficate Nn b 41161. intend 60 dies  from Hit- date ln-re< f -o .ipyl} lo the Minnij;  Kccoidti f ir e-ertificnte-.si f lmprirttnients for llu-  purpose et ol. 1 lining a Crown Or.int of each ��f  the abo\c claims  And furtlw r take notice that action under section 37 must lie commenced b:fure the issuance  of such ccrtiricitcs of Improvement''.  Dated this lA'.h day January, iw.  j  ;��. Mibott.  NOTICK."  ����������������  PALACE   LIVERY   STABLE,  Stage md Transfer Line,  PHOENIX, - -     '.""- ."'.."'���.'-  B. O.  Stage leaves  wood...... .'..-.  Leaves Greenwood.  Plioenix   for  Green  8 a. m  .10 a.  Leaves ���.Phoenix  ...  Leaves Greenwood..  111.  P  [>. 111  Best turnouts iu the Bounslai-y.    Horses well suited for  long drives. COLLINS & GRAY, Proprietors.  The  Only   I'lace  DOMINION AVE.,  PHOENSX, B. C.  . The Gotuuihin and. Western Railway Company  will apply to the parliaiueut of Canada at iu  next session for an Act assiinilntinjjits bonding-  iMiwers iu rt'Hpcel 1 fit* railway and branch, liars  west of Midway to the powers already given in  respect of its linescjiistruclcd H����t of ibat puini,  xtendiiif! the lime within which it limy complete  11 rn!l��-ii%s, and nntliorisdiiit il U> construct sucli  brnnclies'froin I'liv 1. f its lines not txceedino in  niivuiiee-a.se iliirtv miles in length, ns arc from  (ime in time authorized hy the t'.ovcrnor in  Comic I, and for ether purposes.  II. CAMPIlHt.L OSWALD,  Secretary,  NO'l'ICK  NOTICK is-hereby, plveii that The Columbia  and Western Railway C< mi'.ary will oppfy to the  Legislative Assembly e-f the .Province 1 f llritish  Columbia, at its next session for an act 10 amend  Section Sixteen 11 tlie "Columbia aud Western  Railwav-Compnuv Act, isu6" (Statutes cf llritish'  Ccliiinbia. iSo5, cap. 14) hy extendiiiK the tinw  mentioned iu the said section fw the ccniplelii u  of the fifth and .sixth sections rf the railucy  authorized lo he built by said Act.  Dated at Victoria, II. C. Uecjnilier   iStli, 19���.  ROUKMTSOK ;i ROIiKRTSCN,  Solicitors for Applicants.  in   town - where you can get a  and Well Served .Meal.  Well Cooked  JOSEPH COOK, Manager.  Circulates   in   Kvery*   Province, of the" Dominion  of Canada", Kvery State lu the American Union,  KiiRland,   Ireland, Scotland. Australia, So'.ith'.'.f-  ri-a, Chii-a, Tapa-.i -Alaska, Manila, Cuba, and all t!r.- South .V:ncris��:i Ki-iv.ib'.icj.  THE PIONEER,  -y  ���n  -..:? u!'.' i-  ���1 *   J .    ��    vi     .i.i.i  '    ��    * "      ! .- -"i-i  1    , -'V?i|  , *     1     'i^tr*-*  {'    ��       �� f  ! <* r  ,'���*���*   iV  '    ' -. : M  '. <  '' i*  ;+    rt"|  - "' ��� MA  .' ���*   u  .1  r* Z , j   3 *  "^  '  -*i--x  ��� T,  ���-\  -  ���is  .'.-Ctf  ���P7.1  -,-ij't  ,-?������v\ iT^J  1       "s      . >.  .w;  \\ l--i  tftev  t!1 Th7T--v-t"7'-r-"B -  ���'-I    ��� \ 1 r   -c-,*"*   \    * 4    ���  ������    (V     ���*   t*  T ���"    *f  I   ������ ���     T ���        "  i- 4"  .'*���.-���  -. .1 .- ai.  ^^ ��� . ��� -..  ���rrr^rr^r'  I'1..    'i.T  jf-V V'ei McssMUmttsatti  LAW-McOUAID C  ��eT  LMTTEB.  .GROCERIES and MEN'S FURNISHINGS.  We have a new Clean Stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries Clothing, Boots, Shoes anil Men**;. l'lir-  nishing*. , We invite the public to call and inspect. Will Guarantee to give satisfaction, whether >our order  be large or small.   Special attention to Hotel and Family trade.  l-^,^_ =as-'vai- Old Ironsides Avenue and first Street���Graves-Williams Block.  *  W&-4  j  The Local Gtist  ; V      *u i  i��V  i-V.O  ':,t-A7H'Ji  .1      ' '  9,M-*''  SiV'-  ��!i7 i  ���*��'  |-r*v,--'  5V < j,   ,'  . Miss Kittle Stevens left for Sandon  j es'terday. ���     t  . c , - -     '���> r     v  Dr." Mathison, dentist, Greenwood,  !>oth 'phones.  J. C*. Carrutliers, of Nelson, was in  ton n Wednesday.  'E, Wcitworth M ink made a trip to  Bcaverton last Saluarday. ' *  $375 will buy a good upright'piano  nearly new, Greenwood Music Store.  Quite a little building is exited to  '        lie carried on here in the spring,  I'k-rnal Bcu'lcy, of Republic, is taking in the sights ofthe'jKty r,oll, city.  * Jf. J.i,��vStewAfr, _^of >Siiverton, on1  Slocan,i<akc,\vras irT^towti.(Thursdaj'.  -is ','���*' -    It. Baiiriett, manager of the Cheap  t ',    Side stdVc; went f to Rossland Thurs-  J'   Jay-        \ii-i   :<  1 Toward Chapman, of Victoria, rcgis-  1 \  s 7 tcred at the Victoria house during the  -*cck. 11 t it  -I < 'Mrs. C. W. Abbott went to Rossy  kind ^onday; to take in* the /.utter,.  ,1 carnival/ '" ,      ,���', ^-^  ''*  Miss Grant is now the o|ieratorat  the Columbia Telephone Vo.% crffice  III I'llOCIHX.. <    1   v^.e.vl  rV. Cock'is( confined^tQ'ehis^nome  m'th a set ere attack of; inflammatory  .hcumati&ro. r - ^ ^,fp"w'J}*; y  . For good meals, strict attention, and  prompt ��en ice, the KiM^'Hill Cafe is  , thci>la<-c td go.   ,    , /.'���'lik/>frf/'- '  Capt. Beaumont, of'the Salvation  .Army,1 at Rqssland^had't^o meetings  ���here this Keek.      j\  -4>,  ' ' ,  ��� 'Stores and ofSces torrent in'the  "Morrison-Anderson building1,, lApj>ly  jo McArthur & Monk.^ *;' ^   -  v- .  ',�� Jay P. Gra%-es>^manager.��,of the  'Miner-Graves syndicate,*^"is>' exiiected  back from the east early>m'March. *; -  I   Drs. Takes and SchonV of: Green-"-  *  *  THROUGH  .THE WEEK.  1A.  ^^?lC^Art7.UrB  ^1 *y ^  e.'eV'"  ."V  1k ���  .'.  '^<J  1 -   l,J>  ���'^  y^  i"- Arthur' Bransonftltc^ 'netf)' maijager  '���jf'-^lte llotel l'hoenis, oijeiieJ'to the  public Monday evening.', It has' been  ''refitted in fineishape.* J ''   '  ��  t   **"'   1S ,u"     '���" -1 - ��ii  (5er��rge JS.'Ewing, formerly jritli the  branch ,at ^Richmond,  Quebec,  has  joined ,tl>e starT, of jtlie , liastern 1, 'J'oiv n-  .<ehii��'Baiik'in phoenix. ^^,u     ,       1  ^���^'TheAtpassenger coach running from  ^rhoenix^o^Kholt, xia-, laid off", a day.  , of'two this(vfeek, and a "fcal>oos6/ sub::  1 Mitutexl, to allow the. straightening out  1 ��f a twisted. h\le. ^j^j"-^//  'One* day   this   week  four general  [frcigh\trains arrived in 1'hoenix. This  ,L> exclusive "of the rcguUir <ore trains  and Miows^t jbere fe^ra ^healtiijT' in-,  ��rease in trade here l^' *'*)'?���,��� J^t*'  *'",''fi'i ,��'v" ' rv-v -v * '     .    ~  t'AIorning subject, -sermon * rn   St.  Andrew's   I'resbyterian   church,���"A1  '^Wonderful River.^'Evening subject,  /-^"A^Greit1 Wrestler." , Services at  ,'U'a: m.aiid j"3o*i>. rn., and e\cry-  elcomc. <- \v 1' "      _ '-  , 4 .,,,..���,   S '��� !Conti actor Scott -e\jiects to ,begirl  ��%t^$?\^xi* J "actiw work on tliejiU'ta^'Henter Co.  fe'a^ar^'V^   " building, on "Dominion"-A re.'/' early  te-c iw,��A'V-; -J - v. next week.    1 he excavation has been  attended with many difficulties, but is  v;'  **,Jj.ii  .''vli55,,��,   '  ofprint-  into the  eek  .'s-r'igfe   ;  I A   x.^   ,'('  s*  : present1 me l,->i'. k. is using 24  ��locotnotives,*. running ,inland out of  ���-'VNelson and ^Rossland, etc.' Of these  , 15 arc iu as^ on the Houndaiy branch,  v and^l are in good condition, according Jtbplaster Mechanic V. E. Hobbs,  - ti ho' recently made a tour of inspection.  Several accidents have occurred at  ihc^Knob Hill and Old Ironsides in  the last ten d.ns, but in all cases the  patients arc doing nell. The arci-  ���lents wcrcxlargely due to carelessness  on tbe"partvofemplo)ecs. and no blame  attaches to tbe management. '.  ffappcalafs &  aid    ' ��  Events That $  latcrcd    j|  Phoenicians $  Last winter GeorgeBreakenridge put  up several bundled tons ot ice from  the lake,' on the-New York claim, but  last summer the demand was not  sufficient to dispose of* it. However,  Mr. Breakcnritlge's confidence in the  future of Phoenix is such that he is  now'at woik cutting and storing 300  or 400 tons more oft lie clearest kind  of ice. ',  m  Pursuant to instructions from the  city council, Cliiel of Police McMillan  has determined to strictly enforce the  health laws, especially in regard to  the jxissible jiollution of Twin- creek,  which flows through the business part  ot the city. ' Mr. McMillan wishes  those interested to take due notice.  While not' a savory subject, it is a  necessary one to bring 'up, and all  good c'ltuens will assist the chief ia  this matter.  /    ',   '     ' "   ,  -' One subject that ,is now becoming  all absorliing to residents of southeast  British.Columbi.i is the coal and coke  supply for our smelters, on which, the  mining industry-is entirely f dependent.  If 1 Jim Hill has actually _contiacted for  the ontput of''the Crow's Nest coal  beds, to tbe exclusion of lit itish Columbia smelters, aiid w ill build a railway to haul it away, the matter is indeed important. - The fact is. alleged  and embellished in \arious ways.  1 v-..   '   -    ^    /  Itjis suggested/m some quarteis that  the way to overcome ,this possible  calamity is to refuse a charter for the  construction of tliisprojwsed Jim Hill  branch line to the coal fields. But  still another 'idea, that is perhaps  equally effective, is to^place a good  stiff"export duty on'con!. < This would  Virtually keep the black diamond's on  this side of the 'line, 'where  they arc  vital to our very existence here.  ' -  -if, v     i.< .      1  -        f        a��a-V       -   -,  '^Inafew da>s the local board of  trade will meet and choose 'delegates  tothe-annual meeting of the'Associated Boards of Tride of sotitlieastem  llritish Colombia, which will be held  at Greenwood on tbe last day of' this  month. At both meetings this^ coal  question will undoubtedly be'.brought  up, and it will be interesting to note  the views presented.      (   (~ '  t ', -"it* -  1 ,A recent issue of the Vancouver  News-Ads'ertiser.states that notwithstanding the widely circulated reports,  no converter has yet been ordered lor  the Greenwood smelter^ I'he l'ioneer  lajnfoimed by air authority that it  consideis entirely reliable , that the  ons, cover point; Ewing, left wing;  Monk and Miles, centres; McArthur,  right wing, and McQueen, spare.      '(  Eye Specialist Aritred.  l>r. J. C. Lanncrberg. ej'e sjiccialist,  is stopping at the Knob Hill hotel for  a few days. People with defective eye  sight should not miss this opportunity  ot having their eyes successfully examined. '  Many people,,suffer with headache  and nenousness, and find no relief  under ordinary treatment," as in the  majority of cases the pain is caused by  improper vision. It r will cost you  nothing for consultation and if be can  not benefit you will   faithfully say so   ���   II I I I     ������������    ������!��������� /  ' Here'*- a Chance lo Enllir.  Forms for enlistment for the  South Afiica Constabulary can be had  of the city clerk in Phoenix. Exami  nations arc made by Dr. Jakes, in  Greenwood. * Already'" seveial have  signified their desire -to, serve King  Edward in Africa, and one or two have  been accepted.  ,i - __        ,  New Management.  . The dining room at the Knob Hill  hotel is" under new management,  Harry Odams having taken charge 0!  that popular cafe, which hcrcalter will  be conducted strictly first-tlass.  Short orders J will be served at all  hours. We arc here to cater' to the  wants of the people. Give us atrial  and be convinced. t      '  s ,   The Knights 01" Pythias will give a  dance on the 22nd jnst.  Mandolins, violin, guitars from $5  up, Greenwood Music Store.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Rendclt  Block, Greenwood. V. it N. 'phone 9:  Provincial Mining InspectcrDie's was  looking over the properties in camp  yesterday. '   <  JHARDWARE ��BP GROCERIES.  There is no feette* place to trade than at  ft  Wynkoop - Stephens  Limited.  Trading Co.,  We have just   "  ���SI *V   1 ,   0.    ,  received a shipment  p '��� y  Patent  *'*'/  Medicines  ^a^iOFy&fERY  - SORT #  *  ,Whatever   you,  may  comptorhasactuallybecnordered. In ask for Can be found   ODL  facti'Jthe party referred to states  that  he saw.,the written contract himself  ' ->'    ~_ .^--<-P  '.if y-     s        *M __ ^   }flx      .  --Tuesday's train tcok^the * Phoenix  Hockey Club to the^HossIand carnival, 'where'^theyu-.expect to,make a  creditable.showiMg- 'Ihe team is composed of theJfoHow ing 4plajers 1 Mit-  chell, goal'; '"McPherson, t point j   Ly-  pur shelves.  ��  A.P.McKENZIE&CO.,  Dominion  iAvt���  PHOENIX.  V. & N. 'Phone���17.  Night  Belt  Cl-EANIKC,- RkPAIRlNG AND  '  " hl JRenova'iing. \  All Work Guaranieed.  Goods Calllp i-or And Delivered.  Union Tailoring Shop,  PHOKKS  Colamli'c���No. 4S����� V. ft S. Kb ZS  ^/^Firs-i^Street, Next io Knob Hill Hotel  fe%*^$s��'^^  Royal Billiard Parlor,  R. H. KARAl'OFSKY, Piojxr  FINEST BILLIABI) HALL IN THE BOUNDARY.  Choice Imported and Domestic Cigars aud Tobaccos,  ���    Pipes and Playiug-Xards.  morrison-anderson block, Cor. I''"Lrst Street and Ironsides Ave.  ~T�� tSae People of Fh.oe��ix^B."C,s    "  ''���''*. ,'   -  ; <. A good many of ybu gentlenieii know us from Rossland and those who don't can  easily find ns out (; We are going to open a branch store here under the name of  m&H&AP- SIDE STORE  *f. - \       ., On ftrst Street, next to Knob flill Hold.  And^will'carry a full line o�� Clothing, Gent's Funiishiugs, cte.  f  i . Otipprices will be tlie same as in  Jffos&Tand, andMiaf mearis fully 50  xper cent-less^ or'jiajf^^the   puce  jshj have, to payj anywhere else in  Eossland, Greenwoodj, or e��-en IV  ,'ront��ror,other 'eastern cities.    We  j4>My^e*Ciusfae bankrupt and firtt  l-ftocks/aVsV wtich--��u the dollar and  '���dtji*jSul>lc>xtis ri6 titfer >ou  Heavy Avoolen sox, a dollars worth for 50c.  Underwear and top shirts, a dollars worth for 50c.   '  Shoes, a dollars worth for 50c  Suits of clothes, a dollars worth for 40c.  Handkerchiefs and notion's, etc., a dollars worth for 40c  .Watches and jewelry,^ a dollars worth for 3$;c. "^  ^iftrion Sales, every evening at y.30,  THE CHEAPSJDE  is  STORE, B.BA&NETT.  Both^feones.  Big Stock.  Prompt Delivery.  McRAE BROS. & SMITH  Leading Stationers  and Newsdealers  ���_��__of PHOENIX  TOBACCOS. fIC  GREAT VARIE'l Y.  GRAVES-  WILLIAMS1  BLOCK.  /V dvertiaSe In;  t���   *DHOENIX  *      PIONEER  Ji Yotf want to obtain  the best resolts.    _'r  J(* PRINTING  1 _  I ��, \     ',  " 1A' -, Of Every Description -  ���   NEATLY and PROMPTLY,  .   ? Execut|d. &  Pioneer   Pub.  PHOENIX, B.C.  Co.,  1- < u ���-  Campbell McAithur.  Cable Address "McArthur."   E. Wentworth Mon k  ( Clough.  Codes-  ] Bedford McNeill.  ' '        ( Lieber. >  Companias   Incorporated  and Promoted.  McArthur & Monk  Lethbridge iialt  COAL  :���*  STOCKS, MINES,  BBAL ESTATE  INSURANCE.  B ANKERS-Eastera Townships Bank.  'I'he New Yorjc Life Insurance Co. . s  1'hoenix Assurance Co.,% of London, Eng. -      ^    ,  Hiitish America Assurance Co.  \Vcsterif'Assurance,Co.  Hous>es to Let.   Lots for sale or Lease in Old Ironsides sub-division,  ��� '*-    List jour Stocks >nth us.     Correspondents  in Rossland, Spokane, Toronto and Montreal.  Phoenix,  B.' C.  OFFICE-��raves-Williasisv BloCk,  OCQO  Selling- Agents priginal Phoenix ToAvnsite.     P. 0. Box 33.  Stores and offices to let in  the Morrison-Anderson block.  Apply to  McArthur & Monk.  ^^_ ,��� no HUMBUG  Having saved the larger tsprtion of our goods in the recent fire, uc will  sacrifice them at COS'iM'MCE because they are slightly soiled and damaged.   If jou wish to save money in buying  Clothing, Usr&derwear, Hats.  Boots   as&d   SSioes9   FL-ubber  Gooda asad Oesnt's Ft&rs&isb-.  i��j^s       &   j   ^       *P       vp      v^  .......  Give us a call at once and be convinced.  T. A. HICKS,   Dominion Avenue, nearly opposite Black's  Hotel.  f  fHxm&nge \*&m  T. F. CAIKK, X'rop  A ^Homelike Boarding Place.  DOMINION  AVF.   OPSOSITF. MI.SFRS' UNION   HALL.  C A. McClung & Co.,  HAY, GRAIN,  FEED, ROLLED  * t  OATS, Etc.  "njT'E have a large stock  bought before the rise and  and can quote close  prices. Quotations given  on straight  cars.  or   mixed  Office  Stanford  Ai-e-nue.  Chas. A. McCttmg & Co.  V. & N.  Tetfplronesa  Clothing,  Hats, Dry  ��� Goods.  t Boots ^ Shoes  Attention Ladies!  Buy warm clothing, keep away the doctor. It  pays. Just arrived from the manufacturers, Xadies'  and Misses Heavy Winter all wool Underwear and  Hoisery.. " > / ' *'  Our Heaviest Black Ladies'' Stiits - - - $4.00  Combinations and Grey Suits from $2.00 to $3.50  Our carpets are going ont fast. Still have a few  pretty patterns left to close out. Bed sheetings in  bolt and cut-off sheets. -   "  Manager.  %  1. ��.*-��*-'  '���r.  >v  ��   "rV.V-  ^  .MIP'T    '.  ���    w- "i'l.1  rv-��-  ���*)."  ���si-t.V  ���"  h  -�����   V ,  1W "���!    .������-T6"�� "TJ !"���    4> 1- . ni��~��  .if7,\  1"|,  '/���j.  n. ��Ji�� '-i      >|i..  -            "\   f   ���   - ��� ���*  ���i   .Vi   1 ���   ���  .    i,*,,''V.  "���i^-i  ,'^;i'  IJ    rl  - ���   T  ������je-  m  :<s


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