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Eyety thing  From  a   Needle   to   an  Anchor  3  supplied at Prices  that Can't be  Beat.  'vV*���  ���h  Quick Delivery.       Checks Cashed.  ^M-uhtetf-  :/���<!*, /'     ��  KendrlGkCo.,  LIMITED.  "Phoenix, B. O.  Kwmmmmtwwmmmm  Ooods Delivered Promptly  ���   ���   9  Of Clean Fresh Goods Makes  Our STOCK SECOND TO  NONE in this Vicinity.  We have no room for Stale  Groceries, or Out of Date  ���Goods of any kind.  An Ever Increasing list of  Satisfied Customers is our  Best Recommendation.  Prices and Quality Count.  Call and Be Convinced.  Biornn  ^ Dominion Avenue.     ��o��B IVlllfi   ���*���   invni|r^vii�� ^j  ���US "v rf  HOW KAS750 EEET'Pl WOFtf  BONE  Pioneer   Representative- Goes   Through < the  Property-First Shipment to Smelter Ran  $is net Co the Ton. ...--. '��� ! :;'i ������-���.: ���'���'"  mmM  Possibly no mine in Summit camp'  is attracting more attention today; than  is the Oiq Denoro, and from an in4  spection made this week Ijy a representative bt" tlie Pioneer, the property  seems to justify all that is said about if,  The Oro Denoro, is located about  four miles from Phoenix by traij-Vri'd  is on the Phoenix spur of the C/P. R.,  being but two miles Irom Eholt. The  railway track runs directly thrciug-i the  property, and as will be 'remembered)'  the graders uncovered.a rich ledge 01  ore in blasting out the right-of-wiiy. ,_-,:.  Neil Cochrane, the superintendent  of the Oro Denoro, showed the Pioneer man over the property, and -explained the plan of development.' The  mine has about 750' feet of' development work done, including' a shait  nearly 300 feet deep,; a drift of as much  more, and three tunnels. Two.06.  these tunnels are now being driven and  eventually working?, will be connected.  In the No. 2 tunnel the workmen are  now in some 75 leet, and are daily,  taking out tons of-fine ore, that-will,  run .irom' 7 ,to 15 per cent coppery besides! some gold .and. silver .vaiues.  This is being sorted, .and \vh2ti-: shipr  merits begin, it is expected to continue  them regularly. ,. The carload' shipped  some weeks ago to the Trail smelter  netted the owners $15 per ton.      ry'c''  The, No. 2 tunnel,which is inteiid-  c'd to'fie tbe.,.main Avofking :tuttrii-r;;is  just coming:iiuo~sylid;.pie,.the-^eifee  lace, now beingin a fine chalcopv.rite,  most pleasing to nten, superintendent  and stockholders. There is already  an immense, ore body in sight in the  different workings, and it w.ould be  difficult indeed to estimate the probable value.    It is certainly ve:-y high.  The Oro Uenorois owned by" the  King Mining Co., having 2,000,000  dollar shares. ; Ross Thompson and  Smith Curtis of Rossland, are two of  the largest stockholders, Mr. Cochrane  also owning a considerable interest.  The proj-eity is equipped with an air  compressor, hoist, etc., has a townsite  that bids fair to be heard from, and it  will doubtless become one of the bin  shippers of the Boundary before long.  .W. Coleman, of Trail, Constable D.J.  Darraugh, ot Phoeni.*., is chiei license  inspector.  TRUCK TIE' im  Electric Lighting Progress.  Contractor Donald has completed  the work of setting the nearly 500 35-  foot poles for e-ectiic lighting purposes  in Crten woodland also onthe line to  1'hoenix. TlJe^-^infsny is how putting up the''35, 40; 4s))and: 50 foot  poles inljoth Greenw-c>oa and Phoenix,  and in the former^'town��������� hiis already  begun stringing the wires. The two  large -boilers have been set and thc  dynamo has arrived. The Greenwood  Electric Co.' is* pushing things as rapidly as possible, and it is said will be  turning on lights in both Greenwood  and Phoenix in about two week's time.  Ore Body Encountered in the  Mountain View  WINNIPEG Mm.IS NOW SHIPPING  Many  buildings  are  be'ng   wired for  light1*,.especially, those now under construction. The pole line in Phoenix  runs ii]) Dominion avenue to LJhoenix  street, thence up to the, lirobklyn and  Stem winder mines, and over First  street to Old Ironsides avenue. >'  Lumber Yards for Phoenix.  A. R.Tillman, of the McRae sawmill, a couple of miles from town, was  here Thursday, and stated that Mr.  McRae would shortly place a stock of  lumber in Phoenix-.', He says the mill  is now running steadily turning, out  rough lumber,.rustic, ship-lap, flooring,  etc. Hand shavedv shingles are also  furnished.  It is said that the Yale-Columbia  Lumber Co. and Jay-P. Graves are  both intending to establish, lumber  yards here as soon as the track is laid  to Phoenix, in anticipation of the  enormous demand sure to exist here  in the. spring and'.siimmer.  Hartford to Be Supplied. With Machinery at  Once-War liagle -Plant to Start  Soon. . ,,.'   ,     .;,.. ;-  -IN-THE LOCAL' FIELD.  Phoenix Hotel A'.ca Organize.  Thursday afternoon representatives  of nearly every hotel in Phoenix met  at the Butte and formed themselves  into an organisation called the Phoenix  Licensed Victuallers' Association.  Temporary officers were chosen as  follows:, President, W. Twist; secrej-  tii.tyji.J2. -��� AV. Abbott;, treasurer, Harry  NasT)1.^ A:"'cpiiimittee;:.'^n'..>by-l.iws;''-w'ass''  appointed, consisting of Messrs. Weeks','  Simpson and Saunders, which will report at the meeting to be held next  Thursday!- when a permanent"organization will be formed. The object of  the association is the mutual good of  its; "inembeis. Constable i). J. Darraugh was unanimously indorsed as an  officer. ���.   y  IL  Rails Laid to Midway.  On Tuesday last the laying of steel  on the Boundary railway was completed to the depot site at Midway, a distance of 99 miles, exclusive of switchbacks over the Bull Dog tunnel, from  West Robson. This finishes'the last  nine miles of the first section of this  road. It is not expected that passenger trains will be run to Midway for  the present, as that nine miles, has not  been ballasted nor officially inspected,  but freight cars will be delivered there  whenever there is demand for it.  Midway is jubilant at getting railway  connections at last. i  Will Baiid a $2,593 Church.  Among the many new structures  planed for Phoenix for next spring is a  Presbyterian ��� ..church to cost about  $2,500. The organization is growing,  and before long steps will be taken to  provide for the new church home.  The proposed building, it is intended,  will not only be commodious enouglj  to serve its purpose for several years,  but will be a credit to the city and to  the denomination that" will.build it���a  denomination by the way, that is a pioi-  neer in missionary work.   .  New License Commissioners.  The terms of all license commissioners expired on the .31st of last  December. This weeek's B.C. Gazette  contains the list of new appointments.  Those for the Boundary Creek District  are J, C. McNicol, of Midway, and T.  For the Phoenix Hospital.  Dr. G. S. Gordon, who has interested himself in the plan to build a hospital in Phoenix, fells encouraged, with  the success being-met with as the matter is brought to the attention of those  most interested. The.majority of the  companies owning mines in this local?  ity have signified a willingness to assist^  ���the project, and doubtless all will falj'  in line when they understand the mat?  tcr. It is believed thatit can soon be  given tangible shape and assume a  definite form.  In anotjier week the building to be  occupied by the Eastern Townships  Bank should be ready for use.  Real Estate and Mines,  Agent for the following l-'irc Insurance Companies:���Phoenix, of Ixmdon ��� the  Western Assurance and the British America Assurance, of Toronto.'  Selling Agent OLD IRONSIDES SUBDIVISION, Town  of Phoenix.  OFFICE: KNOB HILL AVENUE,  Pho&nix, B.C. '  Word reached town last night, that  the force of men working on the.'Moun-  tuin Vievr, adjoining the B.C. mine, in  Summit camp, had made a fine strike  on that promising propei ty.. Theorig-  work on the Mountain View consisted  of a 40-fqbt shaft, with.a drift of 28  feet,'whi :h had cut the ledge for 10  feet. ��� A tunnel'was then started about  85 feet south .of the shaft, to crosscut  the ledge. When, t! e mine s had1 got-1  ten in 56 feet, last 'lnursday, the charr  acter .of the rock changed and they are  now breaking into fine copper ore, the  entire face of the tunnel being in  chalcopyrite. The force of men has  been increased and work recommenced  in the shaft. ...  On his trip to Summit camp this  week, the Pioneer man visited the  Mountain View, and was shown over  the property by Manager jjorseyr  The'.'work thus far by the" company  has been done in a business-like manner, and the indications are that the  property will- turn out to be a valuable  one. ..��� ,v  '    Winnipeg is Shipping. ���'  For some ,time past the Winnipeg  mine, in We lingtoh camp, has been  trying to get cars to begin ore ship:  meiits, and yesterday the first of these  was loaded for the Trail smelter. I;t'  is understood that considerable ore will  be sent out in this . way. At present  lhe*tiack,is at Hartford.Junction, and  the;ore is' hauled in sleighs to the'tracky  a distance of about a.mile. ;';' pty.  Machinery for flsriford. ���  David Evans, manager of the Hart>  ford.claim, two miles from Phoenix^  .was in town Thursday; and states that  the work is proceeding in good shape,  the shalt beihg now down about 65  feet, yit has been decided to equip  the property with machinery,, which  will be done as soon as possible." The  owners, of the property, are Messrs-.  IMiiler, Tripp, MacLoughiiri, Galer  and Jones of Grand Forks, and it s  their intention to make a = mine of the  Hartford.  In Boundary Mines.  A shaft will be sunk 100 feet on the  Butcher  Boy in Deadwood camp.  The Buchkorn machinery, in Dead-  wood camp, was- started this week.  It is said that 'the force on the.  Mother Lode will be-largely increased  in a short time. '���'��� i  The stamp mill of the Granite and  Banner claim in Camp McKinney,:  has been seized by the sheriff on five  writs. ,.  The Morrison Mining Co., whose  property is"^UJ Deadwood camp, is  being- reorganized with a capital of  $1,500,000.  Yesterday the B. C;-mine--in Sum-  mjfeamp began-its shipping era, send-  ���big out three cars to the Trail smelter.  '���This will now be the regular thing.  A meeting of the directors of the  Brandon-& Golden Crown Mining Cos  is to be-held'in Greenwood next Mon-  day.-' ' ��� -~      '������������������-    *   ������"      ���-  The work of installing the machinery for the War Eagle is- now in an  advanced stage. The boiler has been  bricked in, the sinokestack was placed  in position yesterday and the conv  pressor ought to be at work in another  week. This will mean more men employed on the property.  Frank Robbins returned from the  North Star mine', in'East Kootenay,  on Wednesday, and reports another  great strike of galena in this gigantic  mine���the third in a short time. The  rails on the North Star branch, 27  miles long, are about all laid, and shipments to the Trail smelter are expected to'begin soon.  Greenwood Typographical Uaion.  Last Sunday Greenwood Typographical Union,   No.   35S, was   organized,  having 18  No.  members  , was  to start off with.  The officers chosen were: J. W. Giier,  president; J. D. Hendrix, vice-president; W.Hv Pierre, financial secretary;  E. M. Grace, recording secretary; \V".  J. Harbor, treasurer J. W. Ellis, ser-  geant-at-arms; and executive committee  composed of Norman Hamly, Fred  W. Grant, E. M. Grace and L. Keefe.  Soft weather is once, more thrca'e 1-  ing the"sleighing.  Miners' checks cashed at par at the  Imperial Hotel. .  The fire wardens-have been making  the rounds this week, on official business.  Stbam was gotten up this week in  the boiler of the. Old Ironsides Waterworks.' '���-' '.-".-���  You can get first- class'meals at any  hour of day or night.at the imperial  Hotd Gate.  Do  not   forget the -J-ioneer "office  when you need Job Printing.    We aie  turning out the best quality seen hiiice ,  the world began.,  Methodist services will beheld every  Thursday evening hereafter by Rev.  B. H. Balderston.  Contractor Thompson has increase 1  the force at work on the new li. C.  hotel building. Third story timbers  are being put in place today.  James D. Sword, well known in the  .Kootenaysand Boundary as thc agent  of the James Cooper Mfg. Co., Of-  Montreal, was married Thursday in  Greenwood to Miss Elsie K'eily.  Lathing on the Miners'. Union HaII  begins today, arid in a couple of weeks  it,should be ready tor , occupancy.  For the present the union is meeting1  under .McRae Bros. Si'Smitli's store.'  On the '31st inst. ;a .Pay ! Pay !!  Pay!!! concert is to be given at the  'i-Ymi^nbra theatre, Greenwood, in aid  of the Mansion House Fund, and a  long programme has been, prepare J.  There is some likelihood of the AI-  hambra theatre,".'.Greenwood, closiug  its doors the last of the month, on account of-''the'.ebu'eiPs order prohibiting  the sale of liquor in the boxes.  E. W. -Matthews,. Kootenay manager  for R. G. Dun & Co., with-headquarters at Nelson, was in town, Thursday.  He was much surprised at the- growth.  of Phoenix since his last visit.  -   It. issaid in^Nelson;. tlii^ the  con-,,  tract t6r'^the*C.J.'P.'> R. .extension  akMj*&  Kootenay -TLake  from Balfour to Nelson, will go-to Stewart & Welch, the  contfactois.for'the spurs in the Bound- >  ary. i'LJ^ijyLyi���-- ���---   BillyDreVer, who buijt the Bellevue  hotel, on Old "Ironsides avenue, expects tip begin the active work ot construction on the Vaughn <S: Mclnnes  cold! storage warehouse.; in abouc a  week's time.  The Cascade Water, Power & Light  Go:, which lias its. electric service'pole-  line cut out to   Phoenix.. Js: asking for-  tenders to be in by the  25th, for driving 400 feet of tunnel, 10x12 feet, and  for removing 20,00c .yards of rock.  Pat. Russell, of the: Parsons .Produce Co., was in. Phoenix Thursday.  -Oh his way over from Neison, he  walked through the Bull Dog. tunnel,  and had 20 minutes to wait for the  train, which went over the switchbacks.  W.J. Sandry of Phoenix, who -.was  challenged through the columns -of the.  Pioneer last week by Jim Wood, of  Greenwood, to a wrestling or boxing  match, accepted the challenge and  was to meet his opponent last night  (Friday), as the Pioneer went to press.  Quite a number from Phoenix went  down. ���'���������:  Some idea of the trade in Phoenix  may be had when it is known that  the Hunter-Kehdrick Co. had seven  cars of goods at Grand Forks at one  time, .and the Wynkoops-Stevens Trading Co. were similarly, situated. Morrin :,& Thompson are also constantly .  adding to their stock in carload lots,  to say nothing "of the many smaller  concerns.  Thomas -J. Sims, of Nelson, was a  visitor to Phoenix this week. He is  the proprietor of the concern which  makes the famous Royal Seal and other  cigars, so largely sold in.the Boundary.  During-the last year he made and sent  out 900,000 cigars, and now employs  20 hands constantly. He believes  only.in putting out good goods and is  consequently meeting with, gratifying  success.  Latest From the War.  News from the Transvaal this* week  is of a more satisfactory and-encouraging character. . Gen. Buller, who has  about 35,000 British troops with him,  has crossed the Tugela rivier, and .is  now steadily advancing to the relief of  Ladysmith, where Gen. White still  holds out. An important battle is expected to be reported daily.  Fiom all over the empiie trcx.ps.aie  moving to the front. Lord Strathcona  will equip and send out 412 picked  rough riders. The British Colmnbi.i  government will send another hundred.  The C. P. R. has made a contribution  of $15,006 tn' 'the Mansion Ilou.sj  Fund.  fit  i!-:  ���JJL. T^-T^'T"*!--  THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  ��  R.B.KERR,  Bakristkr and Solicitor,  notakv I'llilLIC.  PHOENIX, B.C.  J. A. CORYELL & CO.,  Civil, and Mining Enginkkrs  ...... Provincial Land Sukvkyoks.  esta3lished 1086.  Grand Forks  and -Phoknix. B. C  BOUNDARY RAILWAY CHARTED  H. S. CAVLKW  W.li. COCHRANK  CAYLEY & COCHRANE,  Solicitors, Etc. ���  PHOKNIX, B. C.  A. E. ASHCROFT,  MINING AND CIVIL ENC.1NKER  PROVINCIAL LAND .SURVEYOR.  i  BAUER & ASHCROl-T,  VANCOUVER, H. c."" u^Eh?"*OOD, B. C  ANGUS K. STEWART  CUSTOMS IIROKI'.R,  WOOD HUILDING,  GREENWOOD," B. C.  J. M. CLARK,  HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER.  PAPER HANGING AND. DECORATING.  Phoenii St, ' PHOENIX, Bf'C.  scon & McLaren,  =5 Contractors and Builders.  ^i Estimates Fuknished.  PHOENIX, B. C.  DRS. FOSTER & BOUCHER,  1'HY.SICIANS AND SURGEONS.  -     OFFICE.*' IMPERIAL   HOTEL.  Telephone.  PHOENIX, IJ. C  D. J. MATHESON,  INSVRANCE AGENT,  FJKE,' LIFK, ACCIDENT.  <-on.inlt*i<>iitr for tiikiiifr Aftldnvir*.  Phoenix, B. V  REMEMBER THE MAINE,  Shaving Parlors  and Bath-Rooms.  ABASEMENT HOURK   BUILDING.  Phoenix; B. C.  . If all the railway lines and branches  are built in the Boundary within the  next ten years, of which notice has  recently been given of the intention to  apply for charters, this entire section  will be thoroughly gridironed with railway tracks, and no one need walk into  or out of the country. For years there  was spirited competition between D.C  Corbin and the C. P..R. to get into  this section with the iron horse. It is  the general belief that, but for the  opposition of the C. P. R. the Boundary would have had a railway two or  three years ago. However, the C.P.R.  has finally fulfilled its promises, and is  fust beginning to reap a rich harvest for  the four or five millions expended.  Now there are others still anxious to  tap the rich Boundary with railway  lines, and if they are willing to do this  without -bonus of any kind, it is difficult to see why they should not be  given this privilege. It seems almost  ceitain that there will be railway com-  petition'in the Boundary in the com-  paritively near future. ' If it will serve  to bring down the extortionate lates  being charged by the C. P. R. into  this section, it will certainly be accorded a warm welcome wherever it may  reach. -_, That the fine Italian hand 01  James J. Hill or the Great Northen is  behind some of the proposed new lines,  is a foregone conclusion. And no one  knows better how to bring the C.P.R.  to time than this same Jim Hill. The  C. P. R. is now endeavoring to pay  ��� .or the new railway in altogether too  short a time.  The Phoenix Pioneer,  ,   .       ISSUED ON SATURDAY BY THE  HONKEltPtJBI,lSHING CO.  At PftOENIX B. C.  VI. B. WILLCOX; Mgr.  'SL'BSCltll-'t'IO.v'KATKS.    .  One Y��"��r -    ,   -        - -        52.00  ' Kta Month*  -       -       '-        -    ,. ���     J.2.'i  A<lvt'rtl(i!iiK rules nuiilf known on aiipliratinii.  Agents lor the Pioneer.  The'Pioneer.can be lound on sale  nt the.following places: M. W. Simpson and Linton Bios., Rossland; Thomson Stationery Co.; Nelson; J. W.  Graham & Co., Spokane; H. S. Wallace, Grand Forks; H. A. King & Co.,  Greenwood; . T. Walker, Midway:  Phoenix News Co., Phoenix. ' McRae  :JJros. & Smith, Phoenix,  -.   PROSPECTIVE TELEPHONE EXTENSION.  .Application 'is about to be made to  the piovincial   legislature for a charter  Jiy the. Western  Telephone & Telegraph Co., for the purpose of building  ���a   telephone  litre  through  from  the  Boundary to Vancouver.    At present  ' there is a gap of but 280 miles between  the terminus'of the present  lines and  ihe coast, and no insuperable  difficulties are likely  to be encountered,  i>  the .line  runs, as, proposed, through  the Similkameen; valley to the main  line of the C.P.R.; and thence to the  ���coast.  There are a number of reasons why  is is desirable that the charter should  ���be gianted and the line, be built at  once.    One of the objects of the ' railway line through' Southern   Yale, and  thence to the coast,   is to bring  this  section closer to the trade headquart1  .���ers of the province.    A first-class  telephone line over the 'route  indicated,  ���&u-.:h as is'prom'scd,   would assist ma-  tteiunllv  in  accomplishing  this.    The  * telegraph is,desirable for many kinds  rfjf business,. but tor  others,   nothing  ran take the place of a telephone  line  ���v.ith a metallic circuit  When . the matter comes up for  ���action, it is to be hoped that coast as!  well -as inland members will support;  ���the application f<r a charter. It is to I  ithe interest of both sections that it:  .-feliould be .granted. j  ENFORCING SANITARY LAWS.  Eve/y new and growing community  finds-it necessary, sooner or later in  its early history, to have attention-called to the sanitary regulations in force  throughout the piovince. While there  is hardly an individual but that will  readily grant thc wisdom ot such laws,  it is easy in all places to find those  who exercise their ingenuity tor a  time in evading those regulations.  Typhoid fever epidemics ���' arise ifom  just such conditions, and^aie due tt.  laxity in their eniorcement. '*  Phoenix has been growing very rapidly in the last few months, and this  important matter may have been overlooked' to some extent._ Mr. I), j.  Darraugh, the resident provincial  constable, states that hereafter he will  see that the provisions of the health  act are carried out. Violations of tht  act are subject to the extreme penalty  of a fine of $100 and imprisonment  for six months, in the discretion of the  justices of the peace.  This is not a pleasant matter for the  Pioneer to call attention to, and this  paper only does it for the well being o.  the place. All good citizens will commend Mr. Darraugh "for'thc stand he  is taking, and will aid him in every way.  Let each householder and business  man do his part, and it will be a simple matter and not burdensome to any.  This note of warning is not sounded  because there is any real danger at  present, but to pieclude the possibility  of such in the future, and we feel sure  that those who have' the real good ol  Phoenix at heart will sav Amen.  EDITORIAL COMMENTS.  An eastern' journal remarks that  Ladysmith isr'a Boer miss, but is'pietip  tightly laced, nevertheless. Messis.  Buller, Roberts ' and Kitchener are  now attending to her case, however.  Solar plexus ��� blows are common in  the vernacular .of our .Victoria sohn>;  and no armistice or modus vivendi  has yet been'declared [in the political  battle. Theie is yet .time lor almost  any old thing to happen in the present  In Phoenix we hg.ve been enjoying  pleasant winter weather,' not as severe  as usual. But a trifle further south  and west they are praying lor any sort  ot a change irom. the steady rains.that  have been prevailing. Our ���-climate  has many-advantages to commend it.  The Nineteenth and Twentieth cen  tury fiends have not settled the question yet to the satisfaction of both.  Notwithstanding the Emperor William  and thc Pope to the contrary, the gieat  majoiity are aware that we are living  in the year of our Lord 190c, and  until we live the year out we cannot  begin the Twentieth contuiy,  -v  w  v  ft  9  ���i-t  ���rH  Z/2  I������i  H  02  i1 ' 1  V AUG HAN. & Mc I NN��S,  The Pioneer  ...Butchers  OF THE CAMP.  Wc handle all Kinds of Beef, Pork, Mutton and Veal.  Also Fish, Poultry and Oysters iivseason.  Your Trade Solicited.    Our Prices Are Eight.  ���Old Ironsides Ave.    / PHOENIX, B. C,  WEEAYEGOOD  r^ -<�����' -r    \^L 7 ^ *~* J-1 IN SHORT LENGTHS.  3Jry . W OQCI,QENERAL;;TRANSFER.  Delivered promptly by M. McINTYRE.  Leave orders at the B. C. Telephone Exchange.  " With an aggregate of at least 120  air drills at woik in the mines in  and around Phoenix this summer, this  ought to be a pretty lively place, and  unless all signs fail, it will be. No  camp, outside of Rossland, in British  Columbia, can make a like showing.  Political pyrotecni'cs are now on the  bill of fare almost daily in the legislative halls at Victoria. Joe Martin  said he had a rod in pickle tfor thc  present government, and he is making  the lact apparent. So far, however,  he has not accomplished much by his  intermittent bombardment.  Thc provincial government is about  to pay the the C. P. R. $4,000 per  mile, or thereabouts, lor building 'the  Boundary railway, instead of a land  grant of 25,000 acres per mile. As  thc road -does not run thiough an  agricultural section, and the desnable  land is aheady taken up, it looks like  a thriity move on thepaitofthe C.P.R.  But where is the benefit to the province? That is the imestion now being asked.  Canadian  PACIFIC RYv  AND SOO LINE.  Canada's National Highway  America's Great Transcontinental Line  and World's Pictorial Route.  The direct route from Kootenay, Kettle  ���4 River and Boundary Creek Districts  to all points East asid West.  First-Class Sleepers on all trains from  Revelstoke and Kootenay Landing.  Tourist Cars past Medicine Hat:  Daily for St. Paul; Sundays and  Wednesdays for Toronto; Fridays  For Montreal and Boston. Same  Cars pass Revelstoke one day earlier.  Direct Connection via Robson to and  1 from all Points. ���  Exci-.i'T Sunday        Exckit Su.vday  13:20 Leave Greenwood Arrive-16.10  For   rates  and fullest  inl'tr-nation  address nearest local agent or,  &R.RE3PATH, Agent, Greenwood, B. C.  W.F.Andkkson, EJ.Coyi.i-,  Trav. Pass. Agent, A.G.P.Agt.  Nelson, B.C.   Vancouver, B.C.  |^IU%i  BOUNDARY FLOUR AND FEED CO.  Greenwood and Columbia, B. C.   SOLE AGENTS FOR...:..  The Celebrated Calgary Flour  Famous all Over the Dominion.  Hay aud Oats at Lowest Market  Prices, iu Car lots or less.  Write or 'Phone for quotations.  Special rates on large orders.   _T. H. INGRAM, Mgr.  WNCARIAN PATENT  1||j| Manufactured f rom  ,*�����������������������������������������������������������*** *����������������������������������������������������������������������������  ��-  o  0  e  .��������� '  ��� -  ��� '��� -  :���     '  '���  '���;���  ��� ' '���  P..BURNS &-CO,  * PHOENIX  MARKET.  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  HEAD OFFICE FOR BOUNDARY .CKEKK, C.RKKNWOOI), H. C.  HEADQUARTERS, NKI.SON, It. C.  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,  Silverton, New Denver, Ymir, Salmo, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Niagara and Phoenix.  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  All orders receive prompt attention.  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  . 0  0  0  0 000 00 00 0 0000000000��0����������������������������00����0000*000���00��0��0-  Hartford Hotel,  <Ci-=5^_,Hartford Junction, B.C  %���������;.  This hotel, which is new, is located at the junction  of the Phoenix and Winnipeg branches of-the C P..  R.    All the railway   traffic for these camps must  pass through Hartford.    Give us a call.  JOHN DORSEY, Prop.  The Phoenix Lively Barn and  i& Feed Stabler ,^;;:f;r  HEDGE & CO., Pkoi'KiBTOks,,.     ��� %;.,-  j6 Good Saddle,   Pack and  Driving Horses.   Heavy Draying. >  Charges Reasonable;      ���   ������'������  STANDARD AVE, PHOENIX, 13. C.  -*-  I The British^Columi^^^le^^  Liquor Company f Limited.  R. GREIGER, Manager.  AGENTS FOR  '��� f  V*'  <r>  I ^^COMPLETE LINE OF BAR SUPPLIES^.*.**- *  GREENWOOD, B. G..  It  ��� *>  ���f^^Km-SKSxs^^ 'g.*-**^^'^^  Phoenix Stage Line  Makes Two Round Trips Daily Between Phoenix  and Grreenwood.  Eeaves Phoenix at 8.3O a. in. and 2,30 p. m.   Phoenix Tiiue.  '     Leaves  Greenwood at 10:00 a.ni. aiid 4:00 p.m.  Greenwood'Time. \l'  . * ��� ���    .'���.   *     *    - ~   -       -   ������ *; , y  ���:    GOOD RIGS, GOOD. STOCK ANDFAST TIME:y  3VLANDEL & MURPHY, Props.  M  DEALERS JN  VRNITUR  II With Several Carloads in Stock and Several more, en route, weean  ��1 '   fill any order, from the Largest Hotel to U13 Coziest Home,  it Let us,figure en your order.  II UNDERTAKINti AND EMBALMING.  || Old Ironsides Avenue,  1!       ��� : . PHOENIX, B. C.  .ii  -i^s^^iSiit^t^t^^^^^^^^'-  :*  !*g  1'" *'i?lib  y&a,  ���)M  ;?K  f  ���k}i-  '������%{?&  Hi  ��� :-.'t4  ;���������<&  m  w  ������'yt  ���:. M-a  ���yM:  ���m  -^���4  .��  "%  I  ;i;  ���'. v:Sf  M  ���"Mii-  '&$  ���yciw  '#  1:  Visas'.  ���j;v$:<  >r*r^   mm^  t."  i   *\     1 1.  'r,  ___ __. ^-j^.. THE   BJIOEXIX PIOXEK:;,  K ..������  +4^++++++<r+++++++++++++++  ift  !*g  Iff  i'" *f Plib  Viteli  ���)M  if  -���*v-w  Hi  ��� :-.'t4  ������'���'.���:>"�����>  m  w  ������'yt  ���:. M-a  if  ���ft  'ft  HI  ���if  -y-4  '���������%  I  if  ���|i  ���m  ^#.  ill  ��f|  :,S'M��  ���:��$$r  '���?';'&&',  ..;$p��  '.')��]&i-  $H  ���-.-���TO  si  t  5#|  J     DRUGGISTS and  J STATIONERS.  >������  ���*���  CARRY A KUI.L LINK OF  Drugs,  Patent Medicines,  Toilet Soaps,  Perfumes,  and Stationery.  prescriptions a specialty.  Remember the Location,  Old Ironsides Avs. PHOENIX,B.C.  ward with confidence to the shinping  era, now just beginning, as it will undoubtedly be a pleasant one for them  ���with tlie probability of dividends  coming as steadily as clockwork. Thc  hopes of several (few townsite owners,  in the immediate vicinity are largely  built on the outlook for the H. (^.  mine, and from appearances they have  a good foundation.  The property now has .jo men on  the payroll, but this force will undoubtedly be doubled in a compari-  tively shoit time alter steady 'shipments  are started.  Last week Mr. S. F. l'arrish, M.E.,  a Colorado mining engineer of wide  "t! experience, arrived at the property,  *���; and" assumed charge ns general niana-  + ;ger. He expressed himself as well  "��j pleased with the nature of the dcvcl-  ��� j opment. thus far done.. A large payment was due on the 3d".!of this month  ON'the purchase price, which, it is understood, was promptly met.   . -'"  Tlie Greenwood  Electric Company  !  j  ���  t  ���t  ���4-M-+*-f++++++4--H--f-M-*��--f ���*>���������-������  AT THE FAMOUS BX.  Pioneer Man Visits GreatSum-  mit Camp Mine  THE  SKIPPING   ERA  INAUGURATED  Property ii��s. About 2,590 Feet of Develop*  neat Work. Dow on It Thus Far-Big  Paya-ent Made.  "We have here the biggest mining  ���proposition in British Columbia, tor  the amount of work dcirie," said John  <J.. Scrafford, superintendet ot the'B.C.  . .mine in Summit camp, to a representative of the l'ioneer, this week, who  visited the property for the purpose 01  seeing for himself the mine that had  iii ready made that camp well known.  Alter a visit to the lotver workings 01  the property, accompanied by the affa-  lile supcrintedent, the Pioneer nian  cdid.not dispute the assertion, for there  certainly seems to be no reason to  doubt that it will prove to be a large  (dividend payer for years. Mr. Scrai-  lord has been with the property for  two years, and the business-like way  in which the the mine has been developed and brought to the shipping stage,  is due largely to his excellent juug-  ment.  Thus far the 13. C. has had approximately 2500 teet 01 development work  done on it.'in shaits, driits, ^crosscuts,  tunnels and winzes. Up to this time  a depth of 2*50 leet has been obtained  and immen^areas 01 splendid copper  ore blocked out, On the dumps there  i>,re now thousands and thousands 01  tons of ore, that will, run from .15 to  20 i>er cent in copj*er, and this has all  l-een taken out in the course of development only. The C. P. R. tracks  are laid to the ore dumps and efforts,  herctoioie liuitless, to get cars for:|  shipping pur'-oses, are likely to be  <;ro\vneu with su.ice.ss at last, as they  were definitely promised this week.  The freight blocade oil the new Boundary railway, and the big demand all  over the C. 1'. R. lines, has made' it  next to impossible to secure the lolling  -stock beiore this.  Ore from the 15. C. mine for months  to come is destined lor the I rail smelter, which concern has a contract with  the owners lor many thousand tons.  In fact, it is considered to be the  largest ore contract yet made with any  mine in the Boundary country.  ���; History of thc Property.  The B. C. mine was located in  1893, when the entire Boundary was  virtually a trackless waste. A year  later it was .relocated, and up to the  time of its sale a year ago by John  JCehoe and partners, it was more or  less steadily developed aiid the immense ore bodies explored. The  formers owners are said to have paid  $60,000 for the B. C, and it is well  kkpwn that in January, 1899, it was  sold to Montreal capitalists lor $310,-  ooo,/.l is amount rq>iesenting the  estimateu value of the ore then in  sight. The sale was negotiated by  MeCuaig, Rykert & Co., of Montreal.  James Ross, of Montreal, owns a six-  tenths interest in the property, and  Messrs. MeCuaig and Rykert are also  heavily interested.  Development, after the pale, was  steadily continued, and the dumps ol  rich copper rock, grew bigger each  month. A three drill compressor  plant was installed with hoist .\nd  pumps, and has, of course, materially  assisted development. Now, however,,  a larger hoist, capable of handling ore  in-immense epiantities from the 1000-  foot level has been purchased' and is  on the ground. A dynamo for lighting the mine and buildings is also at  the property ready'fdr installment.  .The B. C. mine is undouhtedly the  'banner property lot Sjimmit camp. Ic  has had iTiore Work done on it, has a  better showing and  the ore  thus Jar  ���piled up is of a higher; average^grade  ���than other properties in that locality.  Its  owneis can,   therefore,   look  for-.  Are now prepared to under-  . take the installing of lights on  the premises of intending con-  i sinners. Before- any building  is connected to the Company's  mains, thc wiring .will have to  be inspected by an.; officer o.'  the Company. All work must  be done in accordance with the  rules of the National' Board of  Underwriters. Prices and any  further particulars can be obtained at the office of the Company located on Deadwood  street.  Greenwood Electric Co.  Greenwood, B. C."  ����� ������������������-f �����������+������-�� �����������-�����<-�� +-��*  Church Service.  Divine service every Sunday 11 a.m.  and 7.30 o'clock, Ironsides time, in the  school house.    Everybody cordially invited.    D. A. Stkwakt, .B. A. '  Presbyterian Missionary.  Notice of Dissolution.  Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore subsisting between  us, the undersigned, as hotelkeepers in  the town of Phoenix, Province of  British Columbia, has been this day  dissolved by mutual consent; All  debts owing to said partneiship arc to  be paid to Ernest Edwin Weeks, at  Phoenix aforesaid, and all claims  against the said partnership are to be  presented to the said Ernest Edwin  Weeks, by whom the same will be  settled. ���'. . '  Dated at Phoenix, this 8th. day of  January, A. 1). 1900.  Wittness:  W. B. Cociikaxk,   Ernest E.Wekks.  -Solicitor, Thos. H'ooan.  Phoenix, B. C.  NOTICE.  The British Columbia Southern  Railway company will apply to the  Parliament of Canada at its next session for an act authorizing the company to complete at any time' before  the end of the year 1904 its western  ���.section as described in the act of the said  parliament (60-61-- Victoria, Chapter  36) and a branch line from a point  on its main line at or near the .'orks o;'  Michel Creek, thence by way of Michel  Creek to Martin Creek, and for other  purposes.     .  By order of the Board.'  H.'Campi^kli:Oswald, Secretary.  Montreal, 17th November, 1.S99.; - 17  MINERAL ACT, 1896.  Certificate of Improvement.  ;      NOTICE.  Wiu.AMFjiA Mineral claim", situate  in  the.'Kettle'River Mining Division  '.of Yale District  Where locatedr��� Greenwood camp.  Take notice that we,'George W.  Rumberger, Free Miner's Cert'ifi.ca*e  No. B6450, and Alexander A. Mcintosh^ Free Miner's Certificate No.  B6513, intend, sixty days from the  date hereof, to'apply to the Mining  Recorder-lor a Certificate of Improve-'  mentSj'for'the purpose .of obtaining a  Ci own Grant of thc above claim.  And further take notice that action,  under section 37, must be commenced  beiore the issuance of such Certificate  of Improvements.  Dated this 22nd day of December,  1S99. ���  FOR A GOOD  MEAL GO TO  The Mint  Restaurant  Harder &. Thompson,  Pkopuiktoks.  $  Meals at All Hours.,  The Best the Market   Affords. . . ...  ($  DOMINION A VENUS.  Phoenix, B. C.  4-f-f-f4-4--M��f-M-f-��-��-*-*f>-M-f-f ���������������  THE BANX OF  oiiiira.  Established in  1836. ���.  Incorporated by Royal Charter.  PAID-UP CAPITAL,. . ..$4,866,666  RESERVE FUND. $1,460,000  LONDON OIT1CK:  3 Clement's Lare, Lombard Street, E.C-  ���e  COUK'I   Ol'-TilRECTORS:  J.H.Brodie, John James Carter, Gas-  I>ard Farrer,  Richard H. Glyn, Henry  I.R.Farrer, Ed. Arthur Hoare, H.J.B.  Kendall, J.J.Kingsford, Fred Lubbock, j  (jeor'ge.D: Whatman.  ���v Secretary, A. G. Wallis.  Head office in Canada: St. James st.,  Montreal.  H. Stikeman,- general manager.  ��� '    " ��� ���       J. Elmsley, inspector.  BKANXUKS IN CANADA.  London, rantfqrd, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Kingston, Quebec, St. John, N. B., Brandon, Winnipeg, F'redericton, N.B., Halifax, Victoria, Vancouver, Rossland, Kaslo,  Trail, -Ashcroft, Dawson City, Klondike, N.W;T��� Greenwood, Atlin and  Bennett, B. C.  ACKNT.S IN THE UNITKI) STATES.  Spokane���Traders Nat. and Old Nat.  Bank. N.Y.���(52 Wall st.) W.Lawson  and I.C.Welsh, agents. San Francisco  (124 Sansome st.)H.J.McMichael "and  J.R.Ambrose agents.' "���  I.ONUON HANKERS.  The Bank.of England and Glyn & Co.  KORKU IN  AGENTS.  Liverpool���Bk. of Liverpool, Australia  -Union Bk. of Australia. New Zealand  Union Bk. of Aus., Bk of N.Z. India,  China and Japan-Chartered Mer. Bk.  of India, London and China, Agra Bk.  W. Indies-Colonial Bk. Buris-Marcti-  ard. Krauss & Co., Lyons-Credit  Lyonnais.  JOHN W.SMITH, Acting Mgr., Greenwood, B.C.  Dominion Avenue, Phoenix, B. C.  ie heading Hotel of tie'��� City*  Everything New Throughout.  Best Bra.nds of Liauors and Cigars.  Favorite Resort of Mining Men.  ��� . ��� . ���.'      v ������ ��� ��� '  .j* & Give us a Call ��ss ^  I. W. ABBOTT, Mgri  PhoznLx. Sho2 Shop.  All Work Guaranteed. -Imported Goods.  FINE HOOTS AND SHOES MADE TO  ORDER.  PRACTICAL    MINERS''ANO   PROSPECTORS' SHOES   A   SI EC:.\LTV.  Corner Phoenix St. and Brooklyn Ave.  pSoeSSc"'"'*  BAKERY  C. W. Grker, Propr.  Special Attention Paid to  ��� Hotel, Family and Mining Trade.  SHOP:  PHOENIX STREET,  REAR MORRIN & THOMPSON,  PHOENIX, P.. C.  e��a��r<c-oo6>*oeo �������*;*������������������������  The Pioneer Merchants of the pamp,  still catering to a large share of the  trade. '  Headquarters for Miners*  Splendid   Assortment  of  Clothing,  Groceries,   etc..  Hitters' Supplies at Rock Bottom Prices.7  DOMINION AVE., PHOENIX, B. C.  J. E. AHLMSTROM, Manager.  Fine Wines,  Liquors and Cigars.  DOMINION AVENUE, -       -       -       --     PHOENIX, B. C  ]. E. FORTIN,  Dominion. Avenue  Phoenix, B. C.  ��������� ���.        *���   ....,.��� ., .1  Shoes   made  in   any  All kinds ot'Leather Findings for;sale.  style.      Rubbers and'Slipes repaired.  -Harness Repaired  THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  Established ,1867.  MINERAL ACT 1896.       ;  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  The Joker Mineral claim, situate in  the Kettle River Mini**-" Division  of Yale I )istrict.  Where Located:���Cireenwood Camp..  Take notice that we, Thomas B.  Garrison, Free Miners' Certificate No.  1313128, Michael Sullivan, Free Miners'  Certificate No. B13156, and George  ���\V. Rumberger, Free Miners' Certificate No. B6450, intend, sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of  Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above  claim.  And further take notice that action,  under section 37, must be commenced  before the issuance of such Certificate  of Improvements.  Dated this Sixteenth day of November, 1899.  PAID-UP-CAPITAL $6,000,000.  [Six Million Dollars:] '  REST. .'....-;";' .:$.! ,000,000  President..'. .... . Honv:Geo. A. Cox.  General Manager. . . ...B. E. Walker.  Ass't; Gen'l   Manager:J.H. Pi.um.mek.  Visitors on the recent C.P.Rr  Excursion to this place,* agreed that  . This bank has the' largest number of  branches, of any bank, in Canada, with  agencies at New York, Chicago, New  Orleans, Skagway-and Dawson City.  EX. KEITH & CO,   HANDLE   Real Estate and  Mining Properties.  Copper    properties   Wanted.  ���^ Some clioice lpts, in Phoenix  mi Reasonable terms.  PHOENIX, 15. C.  Accounts of Cqporations, Merchants  and Individuals'received on. favorable  terms.     ��� "(.*"'-   "���" '     ���   '  Drafts, Commercial Credits, Travelers' Credits and Circular Notes issued  available in any part of the world.  Approved Notes Discounted; Collections made.  A general Banking business iia'i-  sacted....-.'.  Greenwood Branch,  D. A, CAMERON,  Manager.  "I  ������������M-M--f-f-H-.-f*f-��-*f-M-��-��~��"M-f ������"���">������-  -���- ������** ���   ���  IK  C. A. BALDWIN, Mgr.  Every thing in stock- tint  should be found in an Up-to-  date News and Stationery  establishment.  Daily Papers,  Magazines,  Books,  Stationery,  Pipes,  ���Tobaccos and  Cigars.  J1  ���  X  *���  X  +  Is the coming town of the Entire  Boundary Country and has more  to back it.  The town now has about  1000 Inhabitants.  It has a Water "Works System, soon to be  completed to supply 5000 persons.  It   will  be lighted by electricity   in   the  course of Thirty days.  It is in sight of nine producing mines that  are now ready to ship ore.  Lots have doubled in value since being put  on the Market.  For information, prices, etcM address  ..+  X  >  t  f Phoenix, B. C. ���  -���-  X  4- ���  -���������-������������������f-f-fr-f-f>-f*f-f-f-f>f-H*-f-f-f-f*H-  Phoenix, B. C.  Agts. for Spokesman-Review-  V  s?��.  Corner Dominion Avenue and Phoenix Street,  __ -PHOENIX, B.C.  wwA^I��r  BRIWHWIgWmgH3eWA!lJHa��MlH]Him  mmmaymtmvsfm '"���f**!^''"-"?'.''"  r^-wTJrvw".  u^^yi-^.  '? ..,-^0,..,:-. ,,.���--  //������ '  -J.F-V-. ^^.-t^-^^mwrs-tW]  THE PHOEMIX woxker.  p>    'ft <r   aiLi-9oo*at ���������c ������ou'" ��- ,o:3�� (-'c-��c"-c -  14^^     r%   \T||!i||l!the ioreiuon, cr so seen   theron:ter -���  ill VJa   "   JlUi!lH'JT,-e *��<! -M'piication   can be heard, Jc  JUST" RKCEIVKl) A STOCK  OF I.ATKST   I'KSliiNS.lN' . - -  WALLPAPER '*  ��� ���     / And SNOW SHOE3  Also  a  complete  line  of Stationery,  Blank Books, Cigars and Tobacco.  Dominion Ave.      PHOENIX, B. C.  ' IN THE LOCAL FIELD.  Tlie Mendelssohn Male Chorus  Club has been oigani.-ed by some of  Greenwood's musical citizens.  J. T. Clark, of the firm of Clark &  Binns, returned Wednesday liom a  holiday visit to his lamily, who are residing at Tiail.  Tlie new organ for tlie Pieshyteiian  church was used for the fust time last  Sunday evening. : The insti ument  came liom Toronto, and is a beauty.  The Log Cabin hotel, owned'by  ('has. Larson, and located on Dominion avenue, below ''Banner street, will  have its loimal opening this evening.  McDonald & Flood expect to recommence work on tlie excavation of  their lot on Dominion avenue, after  the first of the' month, for a hotel  building.  New; members are added to Cimeron  Court .'of Fori esters each week, and  last Wednesday's meeting was no exception to the uile. The charter list  is now closed.  A. Watson,-who lost his eyesight by*  a premature blast in the B. C. mine  about two months ago, has gone to  Denver, Col., to secuietieatment by a  renowned oculist.  ���{. A:'committtie,'consistirig of Messrs.  Thompson, Crane and���C)ar.k, has called a meeting * lor next, Monday evening, at thc office "of W. B. Cochrane,  over Foley Bros, stoie, 01 all Knights  of Pythias.! -and".those ' inteiested in  lorming,a.lodge fn P-hoenix.  The body of-- Thomas Lewis was  found on Tuesday on the wagon road  between Gieenwood and Midway,  with no clue as to the cause oi death.  Lewis was formerly in the Northwest  Mounted Police at.Maple Creek, and  was' supposed to be en route to Camp  ckinnev.   ���������'.-  the granting of a certificate pursuan  to Section 55 of the "Water Clauses  ���Consolidation Act, iSo7,"to enable  the undersigned to const) net and operate a waterworks system lor 'supplying  water in the unincorpoiated locality  described as follows.���Sections Six (6)  and Seven (7), in Township Seventy-  eight (78) and Sections One(i), and  Twelve (12) in Township Seventy-nine  (79)GroupOne(i), in the Osoyoos Division of Yale District in the said Province,- comprising the Town of Phoenix  and the Rumberger addition thereto  and the Mineral Claims adjacent  thereto..  This Notick was fn**t published on  Thursday, the 25th day of January,  1900.  The Phof.n'ix Waterworks Co., Ltd.  By Hali.ktt & Sh nv,  Their .Solicitors.  Copper St., Greenwood, li. C  Pioneer Stores of the Gamp,  Two Bic: Stores  m EACH OF WHICH IS CARRIED  A COM-   PLETE STOCK OF,.....v  K#!Z  - SL--V.���---���-  la The Supreme Court Of British Columbia.  In the1 matter oi the- "Water  Clauses  Consol.daticin ^ct   1897''  and the  "Companies'Act 1^97" and in the  matter ' of 'tW'Phbehix Watei works  Company, Limited.  '������"Take Notick that application will  be'made to a Judge'01'the' Supreme  Court'of-Britisb Cpliimhiaat the Court  Hbiise'iiVthe 'City- iff .Vancouver "on  Ttiesd av ��� tlie -"'2 7 th:' day: ot- -'February,'  ��� .-.*:   . r    1 ry.f'i ,* "-   -- ;���    ��� *    .  Noii'ccr  Notick is herby given that an application   will   be  made  to the Legislative Assembly of the Province of _ British Columbia at its next session, foran  Act to incorporate a  Company   with  power to construct,   equip,   maintain,  and oper.ue  telephone and   telegraph  lines within and throughout   the 1'iov-  ince of British   Columbia, and to construct, erect, and maintain such and so  many poles and other works and   devices as the Company deem necessary  for .making,  completing,  supporting,  using, working,  operating and   maintaining  the system of communication  by telephone  and  telegtaph,  and  to  open or break i:p any pait or parts 01  the said   highways ofstieetsas  olten  as the said  Company,   its agents, officers or workmen think proper, and tor  the purpose's of the undertaking to purchase, ac(|iiiie, or lease, and hold and  sell and dispose of lands, buildings or  tenements within the limits, aforesaid,  and to purchase or lease, lor an/  term  of years, ��� any i telephone-" or. telegiaph  line established,   or to be  established,  in  British Columb;a,'  connected,   or  to be connected  with the   line 'which  the Company may construct,  and   to  amalgamate  with   or lease, its line   n<  lines, or any portion or portions there--  of, to any company possessing, as pio-  prietor, any line 01  telephones or telegtaph  communication   connecting, 01  to be connected,   with the said  Company's  line  or  lines,   and to  borrow  money for the purposes ot the  Company,  and to pledge or mortgage any  of the Company's  assets lor that purpose, and to receive bonuses or  privileges from any person or body corporate, and with all other usual, necessary  or incidental  rights, powers or,"privileges as may be necessary or incidental  to the attainment of the above objects,  or any of them.     t  ��� Dated this 15th day of  December,  1899.   .- ��� V       . j\ R. Brown,   *  Solicitor for the Applicants.  Groceries, Hardware, Tinware,   Clothing, Boots   and   Shoes,  .   ��� and General Supplies. :    , -  ; - Special attention-'Paid to'. Mfoldg 'Tt&d-e.  -      ,',���;   ',--'   *i-    .' ./.     '      .;. .������ y.       ���.������'���'.  Old Ironsides Ave. and Dominion Ave.; . /   ��� .   PHOENIX, B.C.  Canni  :ARE NOW OPEN WITH PART  OF THEIR STOCK OF  Building Materia! of al  <inds.  INCLUDING BUILDING  PAPER, WINDOWS, AND  ���    ALL THE NEEDFUL HARDWARE.  DOMINION AVE.,  >PHOENIX, B. C  ��� ������-  PERFECT REMEDIES..  Perfect-Emulsion Cod Liver Oil     *  Perfect Foot Rest Powders.  Perfect Headache-'Wafers.  Perfect Tou'ic Bitters':  Prescriptions Our  SPECIALTY.  J. B. BOYLE, Druggist.  ���*���  ��� ���  <��-������  ���������  ������  ������  ������*���������  IX  ��� ���  ��� ���  �����  Fine C.��stom ..IT&ifos*. ���.'  Has opened up a Choice'Lineof Imported and Domestic   ���  Goods, which he... will make up in the Latest-  Style and warranted to fit.  Adjoining Slack's Bote!, Soiateion Av<!.  =-. ���.. '.: < ;.- ''' >-^ Phoenix, B. ,C.  I  J*  I  !  P  MAPLE LEAF: -HOTEL  TWIST & SANDERS, Props.  Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars  ������."'"';'rV;'. -u... Alway3:;oh^���HaTId^;;'?;t���:>^.:.:  OLD IRONSIDES AVENUE; ,  m  PHOENIX,' B.C.'  9-9-O-0-9-0-9^-9-^<9-9-O-&"8-  ?        ' -.     '-'  ^-GO TO  0HS-C-O-��-��-��-O-��-��-��-��r��  '."HE      ' T  .won  DONALD ikcRAE, Ptop.  Rough and Flased Liiffiber, Flooring, Shiplap, Rosticand  . ���''   ';.",.   SHINGLES ON HAND."  We are prepared to furnish dimension timbers.   '  * *'- - . -  Mill Located Two Miles West of Phoenix, B. C.  &  ?  ?  ��  1  i  A  I  :>  m-  Phoenix Feed and Produte Co* j  FOR YOUR                                   - ��� j|  Hay, Grain, Flour and Feed. |  Just  Received  a Carload of Calgary Oats and Carload of Hay. . f  Choice Butter Alway-3 on hand. i  Warehouse: Corner Phoenix Street and Brooklyn-Avenue.' ?  �����-O-O-O-t*-*-��-^��-��-��-��- -��-0-��-��-0-��-��H!>HB7��-��-��-��  m ||:.fAMERON,  Formerly..of.-Sandpnr�� ,/].r':i  Hops.  ��� C.-A.ri now pp2;i w\th a full fu:id:Complefe,^''-..;-'"'  ;':',."'��� I Assortment of the Latest PaUenis inSaitin^-s   ';:  QvercoatingSyEtc; .. .,���...".. .'Uj;.'.'.'  Cor.  Phoenix St. and Brooklyn Ave., Phoenix, B. C.  ��SKJ4g:#��5  Thc Town of.  Union'  DOMINION AVE., PHOENIX, B. C.  The Pioneer Hot  O-^ra^' it<tog~*.  Finest Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars always in Stock.  Comfortable and well Furnished Rooms.  Fhst-Glass Dining lfcooin and Atientive Waiters.   '  *- 1 .I  HARRY NASH,Prop.  (Opposite Miners'Union Hall)  Corner Dominion Avenue and Banner   Street, Phoenix, B. C.  This Hotel is Hard Fiuished^Bar.Furnished With the Fin-  Convemently Arranged.    %, est of: Goods.  ~*i**~~-  Graham & PremdergasTj. Props. :  Come? Dominion Ave.  In the HcaH orFarrious^ Greenwood Gamp  -M-Hf-f-f *���*>-������������:���-���*���  TH 13"BUST BEKR IX TOV/.V IS MADE BY THE   ���  ELKHORN BREWERY  POETMAKN  I  r  Paironlze Home Industry.  The Elkhorn Lager contains only.pure Malt and Hops.'   ���J'ry-jt!    It is  kept ^tr draught or in bottles by all the leading hotels.   ' '  atid Phoenix Street.  The Largest and Best Appointed Hotel  iu the Cainp. European plan. Newly  furnished aud finished throughout.  ^*-  -W, T, KAAKE, Proprietor.  LIMITED.  ' ''���'���... Manufacturers of all kinds of  Rocgh and Dressed Lt��nfci?s?, Lain, Shingles,  Mooldings and Turnings.  Our Present Mux and Yarjis arf. Locatkd as-Follows:  The Gomirig Rossland of  the Boiifidefy  .'.'-���;'���'*���'���    ���4-4-Mrf-f-f-f-f-f-f-f       '  .'"' ' '��� a" .������������������    ���'''-��� V -:-.'.      ��� v ���" '..'       ���:  250 Feet from the Broolclyn Plant.  One-Half mile from the; Ironsides and Knob Hill mines.  Railroad now being completed passes.-through:-the: tovm.  .Centre of six of the'most prominent liiiues in the entire  Boundary, all of which are producers. Plenty of pure 'water  from lake on the property. '.'���"'  J    &%B\lli��  Nakusp.,.. ........ ; mill and yard  Robson    "     "      "  Rossland.    ��     ��      ��  Ymir,..  ��     ��      ��  Greenwood���Gen'l office���mill and  yards.  l-hoenix. .  Eholt No.-. 1'...  Eholt N0/2. .  1 Jeadwsod . . .  Rock Creek*::.  Long Lake., .  .mil! and yard.  WkWWe are also prepared to deliver lumber to any mining camp.  Our Company is enabled to Supply any order without delay.  For Prices and Terms, apply to  J.  . MM,  f. (olifi  fOttf.1  c   ',:o  IW.  {  Pi  A*  ?k

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