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 Ut  ��� Mart men are woiling j  j in the mines of j  j      PHOENIX j  | Tban in all other Bonn- j  i dary camps combined, i  f  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District.  Si  . -,  .��...'.>  J        .'  I  ���f   .  5   any - gtHet ��� 'B��ttrid4iy\ ��� i j��  I   C��njfc,T "    -\:.yi>'l  Vol. II.'  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, i9or.   -     ->- ... ^ >'  -   fa.  '����.i" iir  ifa  t 'ij  Money Saved is  Money Earned..  IS AN   OLD   SAYING;  ,   THEREFORE  If You Want to Make Money  LARGEST  S I OCK at Smallest Prices  SATISFACTION  43UARANTi  i  or Money Refunded  -A COMPLETE STOCK OP-  Groceries  Hardware  and Crockery  Large    Selection    of   STOVE   and   COOKING  RANGES, ETC.  jm "ACME"    and"   HOCKEY"  SKATES  Dry   Goods,   Gents'   Furnishings,   Boots,  Shoes, Etc.  ana*m  General Merchants, Old Ironsides Avenue,'Phoenix."  ������iMt  -r4-  TvT"  We have just unloaded, a full car of ^Canadian canned goods.  They are the*Tartan brand and every can is guaianteed to the purchaser first by the packer and second!} by us.  We make no rash statement when we state that they are the  choicest goods put up in the Dominion.  The fruits are particularly fine. Every can is full to the top.  We offer:  '"'".,��� ���'���r-.���        ">  Strawberries  Raspberries,  Gooseberries,  Lawton berries  Blueberries  Apples '/;',;"; ;  Peaches   /    .<  Pears  Grapes  Red Currants  Rhubarb  Plums  Greengages  Cremona  ;     IN  2-POUND  1   CANS  AND  GALLONS  Full line of Upton's Gilt Edge Jams and Jellies in  i-pound glass jays and 5 and 7-pound pails".  Novelties,In Groceries.   x  Carabas,.Brook Trout Anchovies,  Russian 'Caviar, Puree 'do fois  Gras, Genera Sausage, Bloater Paste, die, etc.  Dominion Avenae, Phoenix, B. C.  TOE QUEEN IS DpAD  HTM  1<  [Idol of Millions Passed Peacefully  at Osborne.  Away  ���V  ST.'.  PRINCE OF WALES IS EDWARD V!l.  A'  i.  itkms of Earth Mourn End of the Victorian Era���- SpecjtfMernorU  Service T4Wvwrow NJfht in, Phoenix. T^  Kl��r Uwarft SH*ck��f AccetdM:,'  Y��~-The follow  ���Kent, the end of a career never equal  |ed by any Woman in the world's history,  jcanve in a similar rdom in Osborne.  j I'hc most respected of all women, living or dead, lay in a great four ported  U|x>n the ifttte princess then only  years of age) as their future Queen.  ErtaW*frWRrlg>.  1819���Vii'toria/daugnter,. of the Diih  >������     of Kent., 1a6\a May' 24th.  1837���Succeeded' to'the , throne 61]  Great Britain, June scth.  i*38;--Crouried, June 28th:  i'S-jo���Married   to  Prince Albert ol  Saxe-Coburg-Gotha.*  1861���Prince Albert died, Pec. 14th.  1876���1'roclaimed Empress of India  fcSSj���Celebrated 50th year of hci  rcign.^  Trnfe|ca. teriaf Itif a.  1839���British' took possession of Aden  invtfded Afghanistan.  1840���Outbreak of opium war between  England and China.  184 1���British '  Iwmlmrdcd   Chinese  ports and compelled  of Canton.  1842���British withdrew from Afghan  jstan.   British took, jtossessiot  of Natal.    Hongkong ceded h  Britain,.;;-.     ~  1843���British .annexed Sjndc to India  1846-4 7-^Great   famine in   Ireland  (,'liotera jCpidcinic in Canada.  Ifrli},  ORE THAN 1W WE  fuwt Miemo of mt. council.  J A,   .    .., j,       Jl|,  s 'A  [Cll> SiOdtor**' SriMy ��� >��lst4 "tar 9* #r  [Now Employed by, Dominii  Copper'Co--;,;,;  mum   EVEKY MINER ffiSitll  RslMI  tnmi   IMHFMtt'Uvd rt  |l'rince Consort,  In scarcely audible words the uhiti  piaired Bishop of  Winchester pray  * side her, as he had often   prayed  rith his sovereign,   for   he   teas  her  chaplain at Windsor.    With   bowed  heads, the imperious ruler of Germany,  Jthe man who is now King of England,  Jthe woman who   has succeeded   the  (little old Queen, the Princes and those  3f less than royal designation, listened  [to   the   Bishop's    ceaseless   prayers.  six o'clock passed and the Bishop con  ange river 'sovereignty,  migrated 'to Vaal region.  Boers  Cowes, Isle of Wight, Jan. 23���1  ueen Victoria is dead and Edward*   ]/>m>on, lanuary a  II, reigns.   The great event in theijng is the full text of Jilt! majesty's ac  cmory 6f generations, the most ntu-Scussion -speech: ��&i ' .  ndo��<s change in existing conditions' _ .iyour royal higlmessj Iny lords and  hat could possibly be imagined,, haslgentlerii'en:    Miis is the* most painful      ..__      aken place.    Quietly, almosUgently, occasion on   wl|ich  V> shall ever be   1848���tlritish" attacked Boers in Or  pon the anniversary oi the death of called uiion to address >W ��� My first ' "' '' "'  iueen Victoria's father, the-Uuke of melancholy duty, W to'attfWce to you  the death of my beloved' mother,   '  queen, and I know h'o^i i  and the whole natton-,^nd  may say, the whole .work),' sympathizer  . _ _ with  ine;j��i"thi   ifrqfiflrhble loss   we  ed, and made a shrunken atom whose bave^all su'suined, JI nled hardly say  iged face and figure , were a cruel <hat my constant endeijflr.' will be  nockery of tH�� fair girl who in 1837 ihvays to *alk in- Uer .footsteps., In  egan to ruW oVer England. Around undertaking the heav'v, I6ad whiclftiow  er gathered aJnuwt every deiccifdtnl devolves u[>on nie^I ajnjuljv- deter  f her line. Well within view e�� hen mined to be a constitutitpTsovereign  ying eyes there hung a portrait of the m the strictest sense of t|w ��cprd. and  ��� J*0-'0"!* as tnere is'brcatljl .-it) niy -Iwd)  'i��Mto wor'c ^or l'ie 8����(' And amejipratjpn  'ed of my people.    I have resolved' to* be  kiiQwn   by* the  name i-of   Edward,  which has been borne by six of my  ancestors.    In   doing  $0 ,1 ��do not  undervalue the naaieofMlbert which  I inherit from my ever tribe lamented  and wise father, who by'flniversal con  sent is, I think, deservedly, known by  the name of Albert the'Good, and I  desire that his name should stand alone.  ."In conclusion I trusf tp parliament  The syndjrate now develojting'' the   e,  stirrendertjiiro/iertics of tlie ��� Dominion Copper  lo. in this ramp are sparing-; no time  |or'e\|��cnse'in the ojieration.     Men  have been added to the force steadily  Last Tuesday evening tlie first mtet;'  ng pf the city council' of Fhoeftix/for,  1901 was held at the city clerk'* U&i',  [Aldermen Marshall arid Clark being  absent.   Communications were receiy-*  ed from J. O. Mcleod, of the, railway;'  mail service, and: froni' .wcArthur, it  Monk, askingifor a,^ exclusive electric  light and ^tramway franchise... They  *e?e laW on the table for' further con- *  ���iMfclyipideraribty: '*���''.i' '-'-��   w,,.     '.  City erilicitor R. 15, Kerr petitioned  to havejiissalary^raised^from' $25  to'  ^50 (leMftonth.   Thc'council finally -  agreed to allow $40 per month for.rity  solicitor., A. G. Simpson Was- allowed'  o for auditing the bOftks ot, the cqti  |wration and "W. I.. Russell $12  for  ij>eci.tl jKiliee.'Vrorlcat the, time of the '  Sre and two successive nights. . ��� '*  Alderman M<;H��n ��� gave notice of  half past six Sir James Keid held  up  Tiis hand, and the people knew  that  England had lost her-Queen.    The  determined  iBishop' pronounced  the lienediction.  [The Queen passed  quietly,  pcacfully  way.   She suffered no liain.  Faaerai Ntt Arnuxcd.  Cowes,"January  23.���Nothing 1tas  jeen decided at Osbtfrnc house regard  ling the fimeral   arrangements or the  |r'emoval of the body, and nothing will  until after the arrival of the Kirig  fl'he palace is pninfuliy"quiet this after  gnoon.    There have been  no arrivals'  ar de|��rtuies since the king left.    The  uy beloved mother, the   18497���Sikh - war.  I know h1^ deeply you     '       Punjab.' '  le natton-,{jjufd  I -think, 1   1852���7^Campaign it) Burmah.  1854���Crimean war.-  1856���Outbrcak.,j)f/, 's,e��xhd i' war' l>e  ,.    tweerj .Great Bfjajin and China,  1857���Sepoy'- mutiny!    Brittsfi occu  t ;      pied Canton, China.  18(8���;British crbVn, took 'possession  *   '  <:6f;fndia. ���"^s" ''���"���' ���"-''  i8"5o~War in'China.'. .Tientsintreaty  ,-���. signed, .if  186c���-Great Britain captured Pekin.  ^8^1-65���Dealings with the "American  Confederacy.  1866���Fenian arrests in Ireland. Abys-  ^.j>sinnan war.  British   annexed   men than for 50, and is acting accord-   frow f,he    Miner^raves  inued  his iutcrceesion.    At   ewctly  [ind'the nation to.supppit me in  the  arduous duties w hich now. devolve upon  me by inheritance and tp u hich I am  to   devote   my   whole  of m>  life." ...   v  strength during the remainder  The News la  PImIcmx.  I  B  Ilia  gft(  r-|ci  amily dinner party, like "that of last  closed, and flags were placed  at halt  evening, was brief.    Herr Fuchs,   the  German sculptor, has arrived to take a  ast of the dead queen's face. It is  [reported that Emperor William will re  pain on the Isle of Wight until the  [removal of the body, even if this should  je jwstponed for a fortnight.  LC Crawford  ESTATE,  STOCKS.  Victoria w.as received in Phoenix alxnit  11 o'clockjTuesday morr.ing.    Mayor  I Rumberger at once issued a proclam  tion, requesting all business houses  to close for the day.' Nearly even  concern in the city immediately closed  up, and no more business was trans  acted that day.    The jiostoffice  \va��-  -*''-. V  1870-^Sir* Samual Baker led British  ' cxiifeditioh'up; the Nile, plrisl-  1    land act Instituted.   "'    ? '-'  s fast as a place can l)e found for them his illtentio��- to introduce.two new bfi  0 work,and today there are over ioo fc"wjrat the aat .council. ^ 'a  jicn on the nayroll--;nore than- twice Hca|tn ^ taw tnd a %Teet ,Jy.liwf'  heonumbci-cm|)loyed when the com- - Council adjourned to meet on the,  >any ceased o|icrations in March of J{jt|, jn,,     ���   *--  lastjyear.   Sujh. Parker evidently be  lieves in,'the'theory that ,the top ex  lienscs are no more 'fpr '100 "or 150  [or itioi:  1873���Fiji islands annexed,1 *. . . .        ��� r     87 j^-Great Britain took-possession dl   ibove^^Jd stage road,  was opened   rebuild at an eath��d>tft>f-';,J  '    .'..s ��� ���< t..;_ tin for the first fiirw m  nmw   mmithc ���    . ... **<*?.T T^"* '  Transvaal Republic.  1878���British forces again entered Afghanistan.  1879���Continuation of hostilities in  Afghanistan.    Zulu war.  1880���War in the Transvaal. Agrarian  move.uent in Ireland  1882���British campaign for overthrow  of Arabi Pasha  1884^-General "Chinese" Gordon de  up for the first time in many months,  and some exploratory work trill be  done there. A draw bridge has been  Isuilt to carry the waste over the road  way. A raise from this tunnel come  up directly under the assay office. The  tunnel was used for a time as a powder  nagaxine, but a new log building  reeled this week, far back on the up-  >er part of the hill, for this purpose.  This Week a   small   force of men  mast at the postoffice corner, Morrison-Anderson block, the Granbj  apartment house, Old Iionsides hotel  aud a number of other places. The  Granby Company's officewSs decorated in blntk.  Throughout the city and at the sur  rounding mines, the uews of the good  Queen's   ..death,    though  created a profound sensation  Late Qaeci i Large Fatally.  Victoria" Alexandrina, v Queen   o  Great Britain and.rIreland  and Empress of India, was born 011 the 24th  day of  May,   1819.    She   was   the  daughter of Edward Duke  of Kent,  the fourth,son of George III.    Upon  the  death  of King William IV.,  on  June 20, 1*837, Victoria ascended the  throne.    She was   crowned one yoai  Hater, on the 28th of June, 1838.    On  Jthe 1 oth of February,   1S40,   she  wa1-  Jmarried   to Francis  Albert Augustu  ���Charles Emmanuel, Duke of Saxony,  jPrince of Saxe Cohurg and Gothaj her  Jelling Agent Old Iroh-fcousin  death,  1892-98-i-Kiiichencr took' command  of British army;   destroyed the  Khalifa's followers.  1895���Jameson raid in the Transvaal,  1897���Famine in India,  899-1900���Third   war with   Boers.  Continuation    of    Boer   war.  Ashantce uprising on   British  Gold Coast  MUCH PLEASED, THOUGH BURNED OUT.  floater of the Kooteuyf, Tfelaks Mure  Ever*! Pfeocilx.  Thai  lAvtngo Mr Tea DaMf.,  The" followingare the ore shipments'  .properties  ton*.  Week ending,  Week ending,  Jan.-i6..- 5,200  Jan- *j '-5.04*  ihgly.   One immediate result is thai  excellent progress   is , being made in ���   r -  , " -  -������  opening up the excellent properties of   Weekending', Jan. a fa'daysj.TijVi'ji *  the company'.   "'-* ��� -'      ~ |>Vcek ending/ Jan. 9.'... J. ..^,38^  New BmtUy* Mr Shaft.-  This week the raise faom the 150  I'ootv level, in. the, south, drift of the  Brookl)>;to the surface,ib^oke through,  the 'distance being^aboyt 8? "feet.  ll.iMhifftiHr&c^Effike- to the  rear of the company's'oflice, and will      Although nine   days   have elapsed ,  be of no small .utility in-working ,ii\t  ririce our fire, the fire insurance ad- ���  nmtiArlV    ne  If   will   urnvirlik  Tp^cIi   ntr  tn      t 1 ~   -_". ^!_-_   it!  _'������ ���_*��   _'   ...  .Total, 23-dayt.-..-.'...: .'48,14$  ;^verage,c lyj&y^. .,.,.^,"   7S&  ���ttt^r.'^T..  property, as it will provide fresh air in  that part of the mine.  On the Stemwinder the voice has   pected tonight,  gradually heen added to, ano^urt well||  tno.un mine is also being thoroughly  exploited.    'J his week   the old 200-  foof'tunnel, the jwrtal of which is just   though it is.prbbable that several will  fusters representing the principal com*  wnies have not arrived,; being ex-  They-arejij. Ban-  field and H.'T; Ceperlejv of, Vancouver. ' Nothing can be done by those  mrned out till this> nutter is"' settled,  spatched to the Soudan. _  1884-85���ReliefcxpedjtronrGordon^   ^sajjeeaauwork oa -the Idaho  lainvowri'ed hv'thec'omiwnv,  which  will doubtless be t!ie scene of activelnoiuh in another three months,  icvelopment oi>erations in j short time  Many of the old time prosjwetors had  11 better opinion of the Idaho than ot  iny claim in the camp, on account ot  its phenomenal surface showing.  laprovlag Baalc Hrase.  For several days past a force ot  workmen has been in charge of the  old Brooklyn   bunkhousc,   and  Tir  ri��fc**r  The Vernon & Nelson Telephone^  Co.'s business has increased so1 rapidly  in Phoenix that one 50-drop,. switch-,  hoard was found to be entirely in-  ufritient. A second switchlioard of  wasBike capacity was installed , this week  >>��� G. C. Hodge, district su|ierintend-  ent of the system, and there will soon  be 25 or 30 more 'phones connected  utp.Nr It" is. not believed that.the two 50-. _  drop switchboards-, will* have capacity  WUter C����vel at RauiuA,  another column will be found  in  a  ihort time the improvements will have   eNtensive preparations for the event,  fi,t life d kW lassrascej  Ueen completed. Accommodations  are being made ready for 65 men,  Hunter, of Silverton, came to witn sejiarate bunks, snaring beds, etc  the At the east end of the building a reading'and smoking room is being fitted  Lip, and two bath tubs will be pin in.  The building will be lighted and put  in good shape generally.  Wm  Row 11 this week, to be present at  expected,   adjustment of his loss on the  McBean  building,    which   he   owned,    It  several months since Mr. Hunter visited  Boundary's'chief mining  camp, and  lie expressed  himself as   not a little  pleased at'the evidences of substantial  progress  to be noted on every hand,  Many new buildings have been erected,  and taking it altogether, he thought  he future of Phoenix was bright.    Mr  Hunter's  lot is   a   valuable   one on  Dominion  avenue, and when matter;  are straightened out, he will  probably  lebuild.    He  also owns   other   pro  peity here.  Mr. Hunter is one of the  sides Townsite.  For lease for term of one tc  |three years, lot 7, block 1, be-l  tweeu ther Hunter Keudrickl  ^0., and Maple Leaf  hotel j  Nine children were the result of the  jUniqii, the eldest of whom is  Victoria,  Empress . Fredrick  of--Germany, the|  Prince of Wales,  Albert Edward, wh  [will now ascend the throne, being  second child.    The others were:   I'rin  . 'cess Alice Maude Mary; Alfred Erncstl  Isp   lot,t,l8,;block. 10,. nearlylAJbert,'Duke of Edinburgh; Helena  pppsite   new���'..^Central   hbteljAgusta   Victoria;    Louise    Carolina  -'������'������-     - - -  - "Alberta; Arthur,': Duke of. ConnaughtjJ  Leopold, .Duke of Albany; Princes:  Beatrice Mary "Victoria Fecidora. Oi  [these Princess Alice, Duke of Edinburgh and Duke of Albany are now|  )th on Old Ironsides Ave.,!  )r owner will build to suit]  tenants'!;  Business  opportunity���An]  established; business for saleJdead..  ibout   $590   to   handle,  AiJ  stand, excellent   chance   fori  |uioney making. ,.  Knob Hillj, Ironsides and!  granby stocks;    Buy ��� before'  consolidation,    prices - direcl  from Montreal and Toronto!  stock exchanges*     ���'������'..  .   ;  I  have the largest list; 01  choice business and -residenci  lots, on-Old Ironsides townsitej  for. sale.    Several   extensive!  nprovements    are    cpntemrj  iplatedv^ud   I   have several  iheap lots in immediate vici-  Jnity .'���.-"'���/'���'":'"'���'"'  For ,Salk���Lodging  furniture foi  |sale and rooms to rei)t:,  very  reason-  ale, excellent opportunity.  Pianos,' Safes,  Scales,'/Typewritersj  |a,tc, for sale, shipped direct from factory at factory prices.  When  our  late Queen /was   bom|  there were several  lives between- hei  [and the throne.    George III: was still]  The Duke of Clarence and the]  Prince of Wales, elder brothers  of hei  [father, were also living, but: the second]  [son of George  III.   was   dead.    Th  Prince of.Wales had married, and out  [daughter,; PrincessCharlotte  Augusta  who married  Leopold,   King of th  jBelgians,��jn   1816,   but who died  inj  [childbirth ;before the Queen was born.  ix days ��fter the death of her father,]  [George ^[1. died, and the) prince ot  Wales, a xhildlcssman, succeeded���; ih  he throne and reigned "for-ten year:  He was:;succeeded by the Duke 0:  [Clarencc-as William IV., arid then the  Princess Victoria became the heir presumptive ..-,to the throne. His (iueen  Adelaide,^ was childless. Two daugh  ters had been born to the royal coupl  but both had died in infancy, and so.  [on the accession of her uncle, William,  known as the Sailor King, the jioopl  of the country began generally to look  he first reached  Nelson in the spring  >f 1889, when  that now thriving and  >opu!ous city consisted of a couple of  log shacks.    Mr. Hunter has stores at  Silverton, Alamo and Nelson,  makin  his home in the first   named   town,  rhich place he says is  looking better!  ban a year ago.    He is a man who i  generally held iti high esteem, and  [been and is still a successful merchant.  He thinks^that today Phoenix'-was th  [best place in Kootenay or Yale. '  Will Close at 703 P. .JN.  We the undersigned  merchants ofE  Phoenix, 15. C,  do hereby   agree  to|  lose our respective places of business  t 7:30 p.  m��� Ironsides time, everyg  veiling except Saturday, the'evening  [before a legal holiday  and  the  xotf  nd 15th of every month.    This agree j  ment to come into force Feb. '1,-1901.  igned by  Wvnkoop-Step h ens  Trading Co., Ltd.,  Hunter-Kendrick Co., Ltd.J  Donaldson & Grunwku.,  Law-McQuaid Co., Ltd.,  Phoenix Trading Co.,  Morrin & Thompson,  Vauohan & McInnis,  ���' i M. McBean & Co.,  ; ' Clark & Binns,  -���PTBurns&.Co.,' '���'���  I. X. L. Store,  O. S. Walker,  T. A. Hicks.  which will eclipse all previous efforts  ol this kind. Special rates will doubt-  ness prevail on railways.  Meaarial Service Saatfiy Evcalaf  The death of our greatly beloved  Sovereign, Queen Victoria, will be  marked by a memorial service in the  new Presbyterian church, Sunday even-  ng. The pastor, Rev. J. M. Millar,  M. An has issued a formal invitation,  to every society and labor union in  the city  to take part  in this sudden  In another c  ihe notice of the winter carnival, to  be held in Rossland from Feb. 12th to  6th. All kinds of winter sjiorts will  ae held, and the hockey team of  Phoenix will be on hand to take part.  H'lie people of Rossi and are making  all to national mourning, and the idea|  pioneersghas i,ecn taken up with jiatriotic  en  in southeastern  British Columbia, .asgtinisjasm j,v a]i concerned.  The mayor, with all the members olj  the city council, will be  present oftici  Hy, while the Knights of Pythias Willj  inarch in a body to the church.    Thi  arpentcrs union  and  White .Cooks]  f.��!id  Waiters'  union will also attend,  nd the same action will  doubtless hcl  esolved on   by   the. Miner's   union  [which meets tonight (Saturday).    Thc|  :hurch will he suitably draped and appropriate   nmsic    will    he   rendered.  'Every effort  will be   made to secure  he comfort of the immense eongrega-  ion which will be present.    In order  o make it as convenient as  possible  for all,   the services will  begin  at 8  1'clock instead of half past seven. '  Aaua), Church Meeting.  Theannal meeting  of the Presbyterian   church will   be held Monda\|  evening, the  28th inst. at 8   o'clock,  rhen rejiorts of all dei��rtments of thij  Ichurch work   will   be   received  and  icers appointed for the coming year.)  ill members and adherents are request-  id to be present.  WW Bay Several Clotes.  The annual general meeting of  shareholders of the Boundary Creek  Mining and Milling Co., Ltd.. was  held at Greenwood on Thursday, the  17th Last. There was a good attendance of shareholders in person ot by  proxy. 'Hie report ot' the directors,  and a statement of accounts together  ith the auditor's report thereon for  he past year were submitted and ad-  pted and four of the retiring dirrector.s  J). A. Holbrook, D. W. Holbrook, J.  |\V. Nelson and C. M. Shaw were rejected and E. Jacobs was elected as  he filth member of the diicctorate.  A special meeting  was held  after-  ards to consider a proposal made by  he London and Canada Syndicate, of  London England, to form a new com-  nyr to acquire the properties of  the  ocal company and   to develop the  ore promising of these claims.   The  heme   proposed   was unanimously  opted.  Notice to MaMM.  There will be an important meeting  >f masons in thcii new hall, .Morrison-  jAderson   building,   Monday   evening,.  |an. 28th, at 8 o'clock.   A full attend-  liicc is requested.  J. F. Hcmenwa>v ,  Sec.  Work  on  the   Morrison-Anderson  wilding is   now completed,   and the  Mitire structure has been rented  with!  the  exce|>tion   of  two rooms.     MrJ  lAnderson was tij) from the Forks last[  ���Wednesday.  Ice Carnival ia Febraary.  Wm. Drever, of the Phoenix Skatingl  [Rink, states that early in February  anl  ice carnival will lie given at the rink.|  rhetc will . be   a   numl��er of  prize?  Lwardcd for liest costumes, fancy skat-  ig, etc., and no effort will be spared to  ike it the event of the season on ice.  [Further details will be announced next|  :eek.  3 CQMfU  Paints    signs   anywhere.  lers in  |��st-orrice.    Prompt  suon.  Col. Tel. No. 32.  I^eavei  atten-  A lodge of the Orientals will pro-  Ibably be organized in  Phoenix in the  ear future.  Mandolins,   Violins,   and   Guitars  l^i'roin $5 up, at Greenwood Music Store,  -opper street  Mrs. J. F, Hemenway,  wife of the  :al   agent   of   the    Miner-Graves  ,-ndicatc, returned   Thursday from *  ;veral weeks visit to Spokane.  Mining stocks are growing stronger  [rapidly in the east. McArthur ami  |Monk report Gr.inby as stiff at 44 ami  jMorrison at 6.  Father lledard, who was unable to  |he in Pheonix last Sunday on account  slight illness,   will   hold Cathollo  (services at  the  schovilhou.se at io:jq  fa. m. tomorrow.  For Rent. Masonic Hall, Mor-  rison���AndersMi b^iidipg, for lodges.  lances and entertaiunjcnt*. Abo two  jroomson topAoor.    L. C.Crawford,  Agent.  *-        *<  "'       J/%  ;', *>tm  ���M  !  ���>   . '5.1'  ,1 < 4;  1'     "* .  'V.''    *.s*i ,���\  ^   )\'  )   /J  ��;<?'  j      i H' '    ���  3MiMgpg#��ii)Ssa$^ ����� ��*��^*5V  ^���������'-��� --���:���*.��;��� 'X'^fe" "tHE phoKnix pioneer. : '::..:��� f^>-v  f! he j4are vrhert ike n nxr* art )  W. B. WJLLfcOX. MANracR.  Colnlnl)i3 "ftVyhonc  >c la.  n rnc|^rTio-��; t,>..Ain.i>.cj-  To ForciKiL��auiilri��S  If}    ' '   "     "-  c.i c tnnnut he .taken'Mo prevent-: fires.  Muk a pin hcfira.vd j^^  ^m&^^^^mB^mm^m^sm- imlk^^^itAi^dMmi!^ m^^Mm^^U^^^t  J>*.\ \h y*   r ;r v -r.;-; :'.^':; . a^v- -: :'���: '(^ - - ^v^K: the ,,M.id way; Advance: copied; it  f^shoultrjie.'foiitnd -in an Up-to-:4  ^A'sajbir i loud isyappcaiin^ pi) ihe  t ',...'.;   ;��� '���^''^"���'"-' l:"''t^;;;i'>Ai!''Vjrf.-  ill  ;Pioi%rseaii^ ^ ^'  week.the ...Midway Advance copied it  ..���'/,'I-.1,������.   .;;, y-:f;ir: ������ ���������\,-fl.... i :. ���)���;.--���;��.*; ..,������.��.������.���  cntiroiwiilwnt credrt.; rIn'h. fe'.r  d.ivs  |f^f��rlbj^  gi'jftlj&tortij^^^  Iliis-Wii^t^  pi:i^iiS'iic'lfM^!Hf*'^^i>'S:":S  Jpi'l'licUypes in^t&r^hily^Q^cut.vuji  ..,..-,,.,    ,*,-,,-.V-.-    ,,:.,, !UP,,.;  'Ji^dattj :';'3^vv^|ahd^':Sta'tipficry^  i"'"���'���>.  .-.-���-������--,.-.--.[.-������-.���> .  &.^.-'*'''--4Wrr'.'i: 4.^-.' ��� -'���$ ' ���.,>'���&������������.������ ������   ���������  Mm ��-S��$A-TlO$iR Y,B#i:<J S'fi  **3 ft-p.iS^>1 ^ if'.: *$;��� -' *c* i^:<;^��if  '%:^|&;^ES;''':?''-:":" - ^"'^':' ''���' "'���;'*  i wry*     x i       **   ��       * s3*^9f *��} J> iIy.1 .*;f;w,,,i"i'ii-''-"i|ti''1 ,**''i','*Ll'",t':'.'i1-' ''.-���':/-i't  ?9fW<ii,r<'' Ote'wrJsSiviUefs is|furnjsiie.d'  ,(H^eMfc trow's &e?f|Pail|cMiMIS!.  DfiATHtP A.GK��AT ftfiWARCH,,.,      "'^  1.+  .unl d>ul\ fbt u?��;Bteliis^6w,ii^rail��'a\:i:  abh never in the history<of man Ins a  K^\,\..'.dA.^^y^7M^iW^M?m  deatlttocc.uri.cti of a crowned lic.icl that  ,     n   *      lias called fourth such widespieaOTarM jptrm�� then neeWd's'tinDfaK^j^if^  <- v,  *  ..:.  ;*r.;!flut^..,..^^iJSi?M;MMigte��SS  ^;j'::;/!f:';J\iaGAJ��lSrES^u.  W^jS".  )KS,v;::;^.;^};:'^;':;'.^:':^'���;.:;  f|.i,4A",*-'.,^:'.. ��� ;*'*v;.:  I Ml .;' work^Waranteed.  '^AfCHNA^R':*/;-'  n   "... Je^liERiff^^  ���ji-:"':; '5' '\':rjf;:f   ��� >? 'Om'vc'i'w','in'iii��/Il'iiil>lliiK?'  *. *���>���&. v-:<?< %.';; '*.;^ l'imt st.'. Mio&iis,'��. c.-;'  ;aDC(iiv i;x..3Io)iej> Orckre for Salft,���ji- ;i^   ���  ... . ���mm?m$$:  ACCOS"'A'NDv'..-:-'-v-^.^  ���::MMMt$l:,?ii  mt  jars;  " ^ : the popular Caterer,, is hgairt ;  :..!.4'i*-in''clia'rw(��:;bf fhe>';'::;.:.i-. :^':.-'v  .;: * ii:V:'iVf ''ir^^:ff:%^r .;��� /^:-;���;;.��� ,:f,,���;:-:?:  I  '|l|'Ph$^^^  .'R^.aiitl'iv :is;;.:satu*'*to;;ixji teiid^.^sor  .mbmeht6usVi;/.mc>ye.v.?i'J,iie..'y'I,6ron  some  onto  d thus shtji^^p.u^ei|Jjer^y^r|  deatlttocc.tiri.cti or a crowned licid tliat^^,,^ ^ thip|u||^gg|gp��|  :tfin�� then nc^dcldrq'notaKgS^iS  �� '      vs"    *    universal expressions olMmpithy A ld/fi-It i4 fluite'1^|piMlM^iiietiHng9'i?|'  ,.,-/'  t^.N��^���;t4* ,l^#i��;8ria^ipi,,....-.,,..,,, ��� r.,���...  toiow all aboubvit'sseem-ytciA't inifc&'that i$\AS5i^wpolev thesfiie>V'>:cquiic'iMjs'.-a-.  lie Boundaiy coke!;SU])plv,;may; bejeut;  Jr.  it^s'tojlip|gi||!||||  |>t t^rn ou^to|hj|p||||||g|h|  Loifntiies is tins so," but in, the < utter  most puts of the'earth "Amksit'is  well, for the good (Jfieen^'desWea, n  ��� rl      m    fltWJ,''  After a reign ahiM��t Xofft q<nte with  out parallel for' fe'ngtU'^ntts'for'Yts  f     w, "��� r -���   , v * *^J -,s?yt   ;j o. Vj��  beneficent effects, Queen ^ttOKiji^J.ud  down life's burdens at a^ipe'old ace,  honjredrofjall>*ijunkjud^jlt i? nq  j��onder^hat-ui all Jandsri tbcvlosstwill  ie felt, for in all*ljw��ds*sl��e tfa?f revered s,   -^ ^m^'V^^jin^imPm^p-  and honored asfcurwojugn ^lyiv^ bep�� & *    i     ^    WvMW0MM^Mi^  or are IikeT} to be on uth*re  footstool   I'In Vance-jrerltheSflfe^^  Sfi stop the smokiiMdMiytr^feXtesKhy:  m>i  '^m:^y:-  ,;iv**s*i��r.;i;��i'��*;vin^��-u.  fe  ?s �� ��i*    ���< *orld tloseruw.hcn^it.iSj-teali/eJf.tlnt  "   th  ?   L     inan} other millions also kcenlv feel  "A -the loss of the !>est ,cmeen that "-Uritam  e\er hacj{,^\\ htJe,.herA fdeipise},.fioul(J  1   not, in the^natttrftl'cc^rsd^ot' events,-  he muciiJcJnge/ PHt off, it, came .as a  /, great shack, jiistu^he, s.ime,' toiihe"  lieoplesof'tfte eaith/^Tia'had ^IcaiiieJ  5  ". v V  <    '      C    ?&-���*��,"*��i ir?V �� */  to,1-'-' -' -'  -'     ���'  (55 ^:  lookup tojieras tl^i^pst benefie^n^ j  march on'alfiy'throne.1'    i-        ��� V " f  ^  i<- >^ %, <.-'t i   ."K  monarch on'alfiy  LESSONS |J5njft J^A^If^RB.  ^30oner,ot later^esery nev\��to\vri'has  L   the fire problem t6 gi apple w itli^ and ou'  account of the-'large 'exijense, entailed'  in p'rovidirig adequate 'protection'��'����.  '; s i\  froilS' ^effaot 'tna  ^  ikould toll-Jieaviest lose thdowost \vhei$ July'passel:  * a c6nflag'raubn��oeciUsjV��<-,t tex^'?jr<  iW^ceV/WoA.V.'ltSff' tjs' "dsl  ���*r^? i^^ff. !>r,j 5% AreH/;  bhare of thS(io^vij,was,jlueatene(I, J>uf  laost fc��uiiateiyitlieJl.vm��idid notgeu ||- __     . _     ,f "gP^^p^^;^  11   beyond the-^lirep'ildjoiiung*- huihhnga: 'f> A^lread)' attiyf|irrconj^tjOTi||^|iv  irfvfliidi*tttey oi^hiatedf   liad if nlit.'"' ~"L V X^*!<&*?&&itfXW*  fceeti for the���u>e ol po\\de/ m cleaVin^  (    the pathwa) ofeatht^fie^^the daimge"  would ha\e been far greater". ** ^  'the corporation of t'ietit> ot Pilot  iH\is}oting-jhardly three1 months 8t  age���iiid dtj fathers ha^c.^uny ii#  j)ortant=matJers., to take tiji" N"e.-jr|ff  all of them mean 'the e\penditire*^>l  nione*, whitrTiyust be rais^ed^wob^L-  ry by issuing ^debentures. ��� One of thq  first, things, however, absolutely need* j|  ful u, some %e proteCHun* cAlifw&t,  as��n imflse'dlate meast)��-e, afirebrjgadff  should be , organized, and thV "olry"  should   at *nce-w, purxhase- a. goi^Q  '��f^?'^'.'A',;',','.?iv^V,i'?'.' 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'co.nVn.cni  '   "Jlien Ihe^aterW^folf-i-'lfe'most  ^   wpqruttt of all^h(ould,>e, jjV^ ,15:  Kith the   least  jjossiWe dela,},*,^  fact that it npy \m.\n ltea* s" e.>j��(JA|e  hhoujd wi sliei\e ii.  .Wateffn plefi^  ueln^ast late, for domestic, ft* mJ  msnfi)ig,'purp��.W��vOne 6r  txro fire"'  *   likew last woald go a long distance  "   towels paying ���ii'oJ^', a gooj'  i^ei  #"!W-  - '"i  1 ff^I'jojieer Jiao aery c^rifidcn.e  - lihttdteiciiy totmeit will  ti'ce thew;  naattets xtp sJien'y, a��d that the}  w  }     "'** ::>:H".;^':U.^!Vf:^!'''V;'!l^^>r":^'.^r^!^  a! v       tiy nie^sar^e^miij^Q^r^^  #^$:''^r^'^  1:1'^S^^k^d^t^iie^^  ;pll^;;s?;R#:;^te^  IP  McINTYRE& McDONALDr Props.  A'.  /:������  :^|'rj;:v;::;-5C^C^-v--K^.if ���������:������������ ';^::!-,-   . 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"l  I *  .!  -^  t     **  ' ;>  . jffl^^l^lmSiS^&SgggM^MgiaawtM^^ ,i^1***jr'tf**A-*>*'<ov-s��*����.iiie*��W#*jMn  MANVtlflLLhtllO^.      ,  Siverel   Id *..;��.    C&oom   Msyofs>Aa<l  flections in cities througlfliritish  Cblumbia ���resulted recentl} as fol'oiv.-  Coqumlam���Old counciJ elected  l)yf*atclamatioii.  'Kasio���Mn>or, Gus Carlson; nldei-  meu, Archer, J.irdin,   Jlodder,   Hai-  [I. c]    IIIMtlR  c\VAf>\,  Kf-Ni���Reeve, John McRae; councillors, John Duncan, Wm, Greene,  J.' A- 'f- Marfuvv, Michael J. Mtirji'iy.  *Nl i sov���Mayor, V. 1* l(?U her; aldcr-  nieii, H. .Sticks, J JJ.aniiltcn, ^'..Madden, J. A. Irving, .J. Pattcison, and  Mni-tiilletf.'''*'_ J^ 'j'" j_  "^ ^  JFRN'ON���Mii}" oV, "\V~**lt"~Me^w;  aldermeivJ, T. Ball, J. 1? Matheso'ri,  \V>G. Pdtind, Capt. A. K. Ca.W, A:  J. jklcMullcn.  yvmoKK���Ma}or,Chas. Ilaywardj  aldermen, Messrs. Stewart, Williams,  llrydon, Bcckuith, Kinsman, Cameron,  Cflrlcy and Hall. , , s  ^IJanaimo���Mayor, Wf Manson,  aldermen, A. E. IManfa, J, Hodgkuison,  J. S, Knarston, E.* C.'JJaincs, J. li.  Cocking, (i.i)ohnmwHt'A^..^x *<  Coiumiiia���Mnjorj N. MtCilluni;  aldermen, J. Mcintosh, J. If riudsoiT,  J/J. StStit, Jas. Lagimodiere, 17. Gen  SAN��o^May6r,3 rftfelft Pittff  aId��inKCrir*.JIuntcrH. H�� Allied  ton, Robert McDonald, T J<. l'ol.iet,  A. E, Cameron, Dr^Gomm, t y '< -  Grand Forks���Ma)oi, ' M '!),  White;aldermen, \V. J. Morrison. J.  Temple, HJ. A. Hendcisdn, John  Donaldson, K."Harvey, \y II. Fishei.  Kamioop;���Ma)or, M. P Gordon;  aldermen, J. R. Mitchell, William  lirown, James Gill, David C McLaren,  James L. Drown, William'H Evans  Grefnwooij���������Ma) or. Dr. R. W  Jakes; aldermen, J. "J. Outfield, D J.  Sullivan, James Sutherland, '1 hoinas  Miller, W. T. Kirkwood, Geofge R  Naden.      \   ,    /^ ,V% *  Rtvi-LsioKr������ Mayor,*ThomasTCiik-  jpatnek; aldeiirien, W. S. Newman,  Ir  McCarty,  I'  K.   Lt /Pa)lor,   II.   |.  Dournc, WilhalnI Nettle, John lAbia  hamson. i}  Rossland���Ma)or, C. 0. Lalonde,  aldermen, ��?.,,)(. 'rfamilton, 'llionns  H Armstrong* F.Mtf   Rolt,   \   A  MacKenrie,   John  S.   Clute,   A Jj,��  Madonnell. t > jn, v  provin'ck oiMirinsii con, mm v  UCTOKIt h�� the Once < f God, cf th VnllcA  Kingdom of Ornl ltritnin mid In land, (Jueeii  iJcf.iKlcrofHie I'flith ����:, (4.c,K.c  To Oir faithful Mlc? nciiih. reelected lotcru in  IPi.f'tF'iS'f ,l5i AVBlul,1Jr fj f,"r '*"���* ��;�� cr  t A 9 /A PRQCLPlATIOhf *-- t�� J v  .."** V*��-lP*v V.-' i Win?itAs'nVarf  I)c|)iil> Ahoin-} ( ciictiiI j dcoliu iijnd re  nulled, lis mioii in nyii bMonucJ. Our l'.oi)'e��l  Ourprmliic-ifllritinn Columbln, mid 10 line  llicirudvlc��liiiOjr I rjtlsHttre V,  NOW KVOW MMImt An <l.\<rr8 cnn,n  nud  coiialdtrntlcjiK, nnd takliit lirlocoiiHldcrmloii the  Ph��nlx lodji' No, 28, ,A  -|��4,KV?i{rt��ts'' o? PjiWe*. Ivl  ai^.' '.w'.V ^vrrft*'.'' v."':': ���' ������%,';  ..'.'Mce'lH."ieye'ry Tnei in'^iilelift  I ��t"7'33' !>-����.. Mill. r. 'pijicii  1<bI1,'..-'.   :���.;���}���;���:.',.    i\.-r-.  \  ^VMtiiig '>r0?el>'<:\: .i��>tj(i(.  ::C A. McCu-:.-i;, k.k.':;. - ',  jj^'a;cYa.kk,vC*:ipX:: V -:'JiV'V  ^..^.V��',.^*o.'-;--rt.'-. !.;i'j;.j-.X'-  hnd all  voiir.  IJiiiiicss supplies  from  :.; ;-  II. G;SMirH;:(iraii!l Forks.  on TlmijKlaj. tin l��ti.tj iirtjt jd^\ i,rik'l,riiar>;  one tlioiiSBiifl>i{ni.lMiiidrnlmid cue. ^^ll meet  IHnnOiirm'tdr.eKfilntiircor I'driiitnwiit tl Oui  ??,1!,.?^l.l,ce>Rt <J!lr<-'d> if \ ictonn.-l Ok 'Illl  UM'ATCP OK 1U-SINf bS, lo f��l, do, bet ana  com lude nrwn thosi tlimj.b nlilcli In Our r.igls  iftireorftii I>ro\nri cf Ih.llsli Cchlii Inn, hy  III- lonimou Louinil cfciiir naicl I'roMi cc  iiios,  ��lM."a:T,M0-NV*w"ll'Bt-o,'<'vv* lia��icuii��.il Uiesi  Our I.tlten. lo hi mndt l'ateitt mid iln (.rtnt  henl it Kaid^I'roijnci to In liertiinlo nfi xed  }\;r\i��<<, the'-Honornlile SIK 111 M<r Cist-ami  Jolv m'l.oimsn'Hn k e M (. i.Uiittiiniit-  (.oteriiuror Our Mtid l'ro\nui n 11,-lt i, i (.o  lrtmbinniu ourlt t> <,r .VMo'rJn^Iii t��nr ^a[d.  I'rdfliicc.'this'hexctitMiitl^dnjXir Jniiliiirj, m  Hie \cnr ifOur I,i)id oiRttioiuuid iiliu Inuidrfd  and one, ami in tin si<ctj fourlli jem if Ou-  Xtlgn  11/ Cjiii ii-iinl M.wt->ft,  R. B. KERIt^'^^0'1^  < *?^i ^���*^-v';''^;;'::''^':i'.;''::'..-;'':  <*?'r ^8REISIPlf'^Np  Sfyi-iqiTOR, V  ^ o j a if v ��� vuii i,i c.;���'?';  ���S.;ipi;K)ENrx,.vi3;:  6.  mum  ���:v!-:v:;;:vHEA;6,!��FH;E:-M  HEAD,,0FFi;E: TVI^ONTO;'  ]istajiiis!ied;;i'3iJ7  s:���:���.,:���.J'RACTICAT; IIOUSIJ^nu KlfiX  '^.^.'^I'AlNr^RSi ��i>cbRAT()HH;.iiTC...,; ,-ir; %  i^S? ;coi...ni.ia *^^^*M Ii; '������  *V   "rt  ^1  ��<;  ri>, I'SKjrtr  !^  tcreiary  NOT'lCli.  M.INj",SSRyE\:pRS^';,i';  ���r:^j*.*.;'->^!jr'-' "<. '..'^r,  ���"��� A-NI) I^RAUcttTSMKN;^'  .'  *\.^---'-'-:.:v-:-:v.;::?5:v;Vr:;:"::^^:.-:.*:,^  ���'. A-i't ������-,'������', '������' ��� ^1,^I,es'v"PP<>'"tt^aud,'q<'UMK'li:o,iiI<:ry in.the,no'i^ry'c^  II  ^T^Uipopiilar .Ji'cjcl;Jias. Wii itEUtd.rifjniisti-, j  fd ni"1 liioroii��lily oyei liaiiled? throliiljoiit,: nr&iriir' |  Bi��lied wJOiillthc liiodcrii libtrl J^iiriytriiieiicen^S c^  ?Hfea^4:;teiii^!W!?.m;^'^  ^artrBfl^aiiid eviTyoltei-.tlou i��gU-ei^tb-piefciin'-  ,���.S!'il^VJj?!!.'5.%e i(t^r<��i8/,;5iieiiote! '"hkai&pt  eiilarged oy."tlie:iiddiH��'n���'ifTfi^ef ^fcsiy-riiiSaiit'd  rpoi'is.aiid rii|/yprto^pie-Sftisic f^l^piSip i^-   ir. "" ' '"'''"   :.'TIi,s:-Be��t'  '.Tiie^ii'ij'i  ;*J*itf:.mStr��-��ir-  m&  ^Tlieltjst  Wsifcfo'T no: ���aricf ;f D6wiSr:c!;:  .';��KS-1  President^:  ,;Hp^vGi^;A^;C6jr:  .   ...... SffSwV'L  #erfcrai&Innng^  .Ass..r;-,t.en'lL:Managerr firf^PiiUjiilTKft^^fe^^^^^^^S  ;riibi',pubiic/paVrp^iage;resp^^^  i;largeJ4.rAd<V;:hiVdrd^'��r^  prescn>...^ft'  SCOTT & tti&^&0%  - C0\l RAriORS;ANJ) Ulin-DERS.  ,; ), t, *IJs 11�� \ j Ks^^RNisHKnV;;;-;;  f  sicitdiiBtxftiiiiti^f,,. 'CoiuniLIn nfid \V*it  KiillwayConi|ian> MI, I'gO ��� (Malum urunlfeli  Culiimliln  iM enp <V %e*tei.illii�� lln fine  ^'.'"I'lF? iu "Jc �������� ����-iHC?ii f<- lli<r lomi let Ion  ofthe flnii  and'fifirtli  kwHoiis tf tlie  nnl��a\  nutliorlzcd to l�� biilli ti\ t-nlcl Ait  Uitediit \i lurlii.lLc    ii-ciiiut   iStli  ROBl'l- fbON 8. KOI I'.R I '���t.N  '     bjUiiton tor Ajifiluanti  '���   CAYLEV & GOGHRANeI?^  i��jj  -t^Xjf  8��.ln��i lte�� I. iW'  The following aie the customs. and  inland revenue returns for thcMear at  y 1*1.     t.r.VV  "    "  AGie/i  Greenwood, at c$r(ling> to^tlisiOiclen  wood Miner.  \ alue cf dutiable importi, i  Value ofgooda free  ^ �� '   X '  Total \-alueof ^oods lt)inorl-d_  i-uitom < duty collected  1 xci.ic dut> collected,  I   ������ ������ ' r  Total duty collected     .  "  |i37,l5S oo  , "��3*7P4 oo  $i6g,B6oc!o  fc5 419 8o  "SJo.oSi 22  Be   Started  Fliires (or 19*1 Willie Evta Lir��c>.  According to figures^carefully r-om  piltd by the., Phoeni\ Pioneer, the  shipments made by all the Boundai)  mines dining 1900 reached the catis  factory total of 103,723^11^ 'his is a  Mitf ,'goicf' 's)iomiigi,��5i he1 .Pifoenw  branch if the C. P,.^.received^ 3^^  618 tons^the^Mihcl Graves group contributing 70,800ton's I *Amiieore \(a,(!  treated at the Cirand Foiks and 11.11I  smelters Ihe Pioneer predicts thAt  the shipments lor 1901 will bevU?aft��a  million tons. Eveiy one mil hope  that^hc prediction may prove ronect.  ���CplolllSt, ' ' J              �� ,     r*        **  �����,^         ��_ JL-      t*  TAKING THE DOMINION CENSUS,  j}\    i ���1    ^  WorVJuf EMwerailoa   Will  ' j[- April 1st.  The next Dominion census will be  taken** on Sunday, March 31st next  'I hiSialso is the date'fixed loi taking  the'eensus in Gieat Biit'ain and lie  lj,nd5yAH persons who are living 111  Canada of that Sunday willbecountcd  '���' rhisl:ensus,willlf)eitAkeri ^iy npieand  according tqtthcjrJe jurVsJst$in.) The  couh^y will tie'^diViaed ^mto* census  districts consisting as fai as possible of  electoral disirj^g,^^ pplling^divi-  sioiiSjagreeing to the boundries adojitcd  for'the recent general election are taken  as units of enumeration '! line will  be one commissioner for each district,  �� and brie additional coninussioi er w here  ; locaUirciinistances require his services  I here1 % ill also be one cnumer,itoi lot  carji'-polling subdivision or g.oup of  pollirhj'sub divisions w here the porTula-  (ioi)'is sparse.  The work of cmimeialion will bei;in  Monday, the 1st of Apiil. and in a  great', majority ofthe polling-jMb divisions it is expected that the work will  be through in a foitniglit Piovision  is also1 made tor th.q aplramtmcnt ;ol  four chief oflicers for the provinces and  thc'N[6rthwest teiritorics. It will he  the duty of these officers to instinct the  commissioners concerning tho^iorfc'ol  the census and the comrnissibners'in  turn^will instruct the ciuiineiatois  Therearc twelve schedules ,is  Noncn  Notice is iKriliyciuntlmt appllriiloii mil In  -loadetotlie r.ei;hlati\e ASismbly if tlie- l'roi  inee of Britnh Columbia, at Hi mxt uiuioii for  nil act toll corporate n coiupnii)  ��ltli juma lo  lam on tin. nujlum of mining, micltmir nu I  .rcfiiilinr oris and tlie   j,iner��tion, a|iplh.ition  and Mipply ofiKivvil and li^lil In all Iti liranclieb  tpairiuin equip onu and upirati notir powir  ll^lit  mid     coui|>risicd    nir    miiteiiis     rlnnt  muilijiKiy   iiiia.micr jippUd'ic.'o    y,m\,���f*-  nucli  purpdSes  to   lia\c   a'l   or   -iny   cf   the  poHim, rfgliU and prnileses wliicli sjuchl'i in  eorporated companies limy ucquiii   uiidir tlie  VI ater Clausis   Consolidation   Act'  to upro  ptiati-   tikeoiei ind otlfcrwfcse iicaiur<;W��ater  from long I.aki in nicOso\oo< Dnnion of Xale  District and film any otlur streams   lakm, or  sotirc-sfliupply 111 tlie said Osojcos Diviiiou ul  Vali IJistnct  foi  j,incrilii|i' ilict-icity  md wp  pljuiK the name   Jpr eleitrlc   Htfltfln.,'   nutu-cV  power, he-it    tslegriph,   ttltphotie and oth-n  works, and for siiupljmj: ��ater,4p coimumirr  Hithiii a radian cfiteii mile*. fmm'Ulie City of.  I'linlnixiii the Countv of Yale, fjr domestic aid  ii|jricuUurnla1Helliiiiforiiidu��trnl ind niechaiii  cal purposes, and fjr iiiunicipil ind other purposes ,   lo explore   for   acquire   nud  develop  nrihies.SrniriefjU claims ufUxtr frnnchljea^rtnd  ^ther^rnll-pes +��o ptrchasa or ttli-nvlse. ncr  qftln 1I1I atict-perwninl property rf ncry nature  and   U��i     1ft   hubd.Mdel'iniprotr, isll, le 11/  moHjage   nnrlcet or o��lnr��ise Vfinl wltlt Hie  n-imi, to c-irry on the business cr Minlters  ri  liners, asnjcrs   dealers in   ore, bullio i   nittiil  nud the pioiliiiu ifmnies and smeltirs rifinir  ,ies  mid.r titer   iiclustni'j cf a  like uaiiiri    to  ^carcli fur^cUoObt 11a  piirclnse or tlheraise  ��c-jnfre coal rStHKnud-carry on the biuinis  of  coal*t��iini��(.',,-rffiflers''of petroleum iu   all i's  branehes   an 1 Mipplj coal, coke crude and n  lined petrolciuu, to wholesale nnd ntail dialer*  nud tocoiiHiimirsVfo purcliase, Unit or ither  ��u>encqinri Umlwr li idsor Ifinlur limits and!  tocatryon tin ljiisine��tordiialirs in timber nnd  lumber, nnd of lumber mni uf-iclurer", in all its  blanches, to purchase, tretl* or Mhemiai   tc  quire,   Milliters    untunes    pin it, ninehin-rv,  pitcuts if nnentioii   in lis,  fictoncs, and   a|  pliaucei, nppirla.niii��to��r wliii1!, jna%   be use  liil iu nilr\nigon*ii> if thifciid ob|tc!s or in}  b-nuc'i   theieol,   to   oivii,   inquire    co struct  iqmp, djurattf ami niniiituiu   railvnys,   trim  wiys   Tonds, tnuls unJ oLhtr ��ays nlPiln tin  sai'tdistrict, liKltoopiritethes.iiiimit.i sttnm  el-ctncitj cible  horse.-or otlnt indue prucr  with ]>o��er  to C(,tup, ciiistruct   and  optriti  branch lints v. ithin the smd district , lo nnke  trafficairunqeiniuu. iiiculentnl lo any  mil \a>s  ���trluiwa<s or ctlm  mijs, which the slid com  pnm   ma}  gaud iiict   to ci-i \   p-isiensir- u id  /reight   nml, coUeftr ites nml loll, llicrilur-la  ^s��8.iothir lnnrSwl|51,SiB\s (rnmwti>�� or. liifch  ,��ar��! to onll^"equip,l��;nc^ colisfntt nn l< niuiu^  tain, buildings dims diteliM fttmns rici��n\s  4tr  t  terms;;:        ,���..,--.,,,..��..,.���,.,.,,  ^tllra^^CbmnYffc^  available: i'ti anyi]  ;^:ApprcA:e(jr\iv[p'  ritins ntatJti  ,^m^''','.-;-;^j.j,1  PHOEN.^,:Jj.a  ys/V'gcncral;:;-!^^^^  ;^i6d.^^:;'^^0m^';'^  PRINGLE & WHITESIDEJ  is IUrkisiiks^&'.'S'ouc'im''     ' "'"  &t|35#t  t..'.":  B;*q::v  ^2VKS:?^r|  J .INst;R,\^C^r^diJvN:iV!M-;:S;  *-     iiii, i iK^ctuiIniv&��� v  ���s Coiuiijjls  (IsiJlo ici for l��kiitJr-AiiKJ<ivitfl;'*;' ?  % Will ibe 6i>eiv t6v- the'�� public??'   ������������:���  "iV**^: :tt:i.���i4'% .*jK'Vi-&'*-;&v;:;?  ;'2 to..) 130  p.������.nt.7'and  from::  * ^i-y^-M'jpfo. V-ML From -'M  .:..< "f9-'.tp ,'.' |>.ni. ice will be : .  SWt'5sed|by^ipek^y;; players.   ���  ^i^-rM^^^^^^'':^/^  Season-  M  at  ^"Of Rossland,; the':Largest 'Uiew-  ^:er)'aii';Britiahf:Colun)biayi'v^  ttPLCrlS-^'.;,..;  JMinera!  Scltm^Naturals  ifWj.:'Hif< .''jSiff  ���lllltWIM  y.yvy^ir.lf|^urdieia:id;ii^tea;P^  ;;''';W:'Dofefj&^rid'Jfnport^  ^HbtEig^^^I^^  -I>oiniiii6niSvenue;v  iPiipKxix, ;xv;:-n; C.  NELSON cl   l-QR;i:%SHEPPARD  Die only all rail roMreitifeeri W'pdilnU*^^  ��ist, aiidaauth to Ro��s^id^3>'icl3Jpit,ai|i'^il iii:  termidmli point?   coiihectliigat SpSlianJ w'fjh  tin Onat^orthejrii, Sgrj^ifii PaciTleStid&j'Rjtii  v co '/^u\-J^O't.^.^Y:>i'i:~  ���Con i-its itVelron with'ste'amerfprlKasloai'id/  all Koilen-i> l,nki poinl'^yf:;.^;';;;ivi:;;:;'.;'::>;V.|ii'ji:  Connects at Mcyer'a Vails witli stage'dnilv'lbr  Klpi^bUc, and coiiucc.satjBqaslKir^^lth; stag^  dnift for Criud PorksVand'fSreeilwoocfP'lvi?\>*?-  vr11 cmi ^\jSDAvl:ni>c:\2s;ii9a>:x  fX/.';'.';''-::���:���$:' '%/^:'..\''^'.;\\-K;kf;'!ii^K.i ������,,';'.:;''������'':V':iiii4!  '.*���<��� ���^�������***'  ��� t+^^t+f****************-  ���������*��������**-  ����������������������*���*������  .......  .... .. .^>t:  ���     ,s-ypu/want;;  " aiid Jtliei  ivAs:rKRN  wL  ivf^vvfeR^iviiij^ii'Sii'/Sso  CAPKlM.;:::K#:il?;  ?/;i:Sf��  ���',>;iV.;\  s$i,cdb,;qbo.;  'RivVVVlirawfitKiiiipreafdeiirj^ii  '-i Wf- i.V.ce:-._l'��Bt.';:;l.iracl;iVVood,Ji rl.;M;tchell,i  S. F. Muhkv;: laspector of Hranclies.  V' iJaii.:.McKiniiciu.Aiaiit^  ^ff^T:'.:!y, X"'. ���''liliAXcilijHg^SS^if  la. .Province, r.f,Q:iebcc^r:  SfiiftyJVVVterjbcl  ft'ij'.vj'vkoct Island  Tf a\i  t> 30 n   11  11 50 T   u>  7 00 a' 11  445 P 1"  ii 00 p in  Il-tily.Traiu*  , Spokaiie.T.";;'.  RiSilaiid..'.'.;;.,  Nelson'..'.^.;.:.'  AigJit!.Tr��ilii:;-  Spokane.^....'.  Ko slahd.l.';i,  I ,rst chfissleejicrs 011 iiiglit train  Arrive.'  ;C6ij6':pV.'*nt."  '���'3V?.''P'v��Ml  ^7^|-p.'jm.^  .."..7:00 a.'in.';;  ..;7:oo a,,,!!!  ������������,: juadetib:::  ^:Itlie? ikst-tgqocl?:  tliat'aiicPiirJt   vs Vgefc::'  mi^^se"pf.;   "1  "*?  ^A^CKSON',:;":;.^::  C-'ne-al'^as^ngerAct-utif'j-  f��* ir^^lfejvi;,:Asent^:f^;  ���J:^^;Kosslai^fc|:  * NO ilQLZt  S<JiACiari}iu(,  wijjj ix)��n  pipes pr otherw^irks.|fvr  out U11 abo\ e olmcts cr 1  .f^Wbru'W41"1? t^pifinmu. In ds,tn, t3)i pur  .Jiosestf thf compali\   \/ithvpoA\er lo efyeCiutl  l-n, cbustruct nnd limiiitnin pipes   paM/VIcci  thcstrecUaud nllijscf anj  s.niu-ptiiloftht:^iiu dis 1  c t \ 01  tow 11 ox^n  . to  run   lonstruct  CMevitsu-tlnd maintain i tunnel   tliiotijth and  undtr t'ie Innd lylnirbitwetii the City  of I hpi  ins. nnd tht City cf f.rienuoid or the l_it\  of  Grand To-1 s in the Count) cf V   li in thcl'ro  Vinci cf ^Ir-tish Columbia, front a .point near  noundnry Lrce,k 01 f-om a point licntil nur  Sjil,  Creek or/romf-a pohitnenrj 1 tiolt (Siek to the  City cfPhoeius and Tor the, purposiS cf tliejm  dertnkiiyj -an exulorniK An I   b-nilc 1   tu,u uls  rrom tlie��uiaii(tuiiutl^nlso}ohiiik on 11 e  him  ing, v.orkjng or ni'shafts -Uons tin litlc or course  fmiu the tuiutil ci branches  to   icqmri tin 1111  derlakni); and   business propirlj   n���hts, ,frnu  clnscs and islets of an) oilier coinpiniis nthei  forcashorforshatts 111 this cci lpnti]    di pitllv  for cash nnd part Ij fjr such shnns, or  foi  any  other consideration tosell ixcluui^i   mo lj age  lense or otlnnusc dispose of tin said piopcru,  pn\ ilejfes, 1 IghLi, franchises and assets of. a 11 >  pirt or parts theiecf ntlier for cssh or for an>  oilier cousideiatioti    to issm the slnns c.f the  conipiuy ��s fully pnid up, o    us asiesiiblc, or  as lion as?"ssablt   or   aj   pni tlv   nss-sjnblt  cr  o hcnvise  and with poncrto acquire lmd bou.  U3��s   priiiltgcs or othir md frrin nn\  Gdveru  ipcnt^or Mnmcipality, or ulth pouir to nmal(r-i  UlAti^vsith any other' compnm    ot   cunpauUs I  havinglolyect tmniUar to the obj-cls < f thiscoui  pain, nnd lorall othir me ss ir> or mcidintil  rights   powers or piiult(,ts incidental or ion  duclie lo the attnliinw^tofthi abo\i oljcCiJor  ^DatAl at Hie Clty^rriKeiiwoctr^li* <     tins  SJuddny ofDecembir A   I)   19M -  "\  * hat 11 iri. sirwv,    > l  ���> is "solmtors for the Applicants  wisi of Multtij to the pbwds iilready/ji'vea in  icspict cfits luii-constructed: Kast of that,point j  iMiiidnij, the tunc uitbin which it may complete  ilai til \ i\s mid authorizing'it to construct such:  br inches from mi) it us lines nut exceedine; in  nu> oneense thirls miles in linglh, ns- are frciii'  tiini to t me nutlioiized" by the Governor in  Council nnd for ctlur purposes. ���  11   CAM PfllCr.I, 0SVVAT.t), ,-;  '���.. Secretarv.  j lierchciiit irasldf  *��*��*��-��>��>'it��V*s>��t>s>��  ���������*������������������*������*  v;  :;:.;>^|ioic^:^'ihes^-i  ;Bf^rd;:byi,daiy-.;qr;wee  i'Jplie^&Iap^'^eaf; ^ore v  :|P^O|NJLX,:U3^;  -J A  '^yot^''to.''.-3*oiir  satisfaciioli, jiivtliie^hoio-  ,��st:, fabrics ^liirttle;''^'Griiii5e::i?  in ^aiid fcalkv it joyer^ aii<d: ���  /^xaniln.e;;0iir;stock. %:    ;���' 1:'.  NI?-;:-;'/ V.v Plidi^IX^'Briiish/ColiitribrtU'     I  .Oui   m,   ^::;;Vo\fanuuT^  and? Dressed 5 L^^  .Phesent. M ii.i^AWvYARnH jar i-;:.'lipcATE'ri^s ?Fpu;6w.s^::A '������''' '������ ������-������:��� -.'.:  vvti?��fi|s^feia^^  id/.B,'Stiy��i^,r.M��tiiBaferiiC:iV':"^  ie,..ir/:K..lWijittms;;;::lIgr^^  JCoaticook-; llrAii't'lnv'A'npisiV^";^^  ;;.'::,:,^ilc;rtiibyv:w..ii;',Roj)i��sbii;;':g.!:S;^^  .^yV'BMllifrd^K.-'AVV^  j:^;;:f:;Mhict,:;l!..ii::pilvit7,^:X',;^j^  [:;<jl: St^l.ryTi'ii:it'i?i''jf; r.if.iitat'jiJije^srjr^;'ks'VK;:H',';V^^��|!Sp^l>Mi;3*llSI?  :;vs:::vIIi!Uti��Bdoii, K.:N.,Rob!U36iiV;jlgr^v  ;;g,Vj:pniis^wn/;VV.:ir:irar5rfty^  iu:P;;cyii:cycrBrit;sb.^  ;-4i!i'?P'TO).d,.T^r^'.'-VV^  ���vil^'iPlioeidx/^^-ii^.-M'Wi'.o.'^  Mtrr.',  Rank: ofi^ibiilrenitl'ConU  ' " '"    Dostbiui  tl Iliiifc of Scotland; -i  Uaiik;': Ne^Ybrfc^iXatiiiiial  loeub  jVAgeiit > in Moiit-cnl,  dim, Mug..'���; National  National Kic^hiinge  .PlirkvIJailti'';;.,;''-',"..'...'.',-;  SiCollectioiis'''.'.:: liind'ei'.nt ���-all'VaSse��V:bie.,ffi'noluts':!,.;\  DrttfLs issued for any :ri'<|iiired:-ariioiii,t.s| good vut'i'  all.poiiits'iu;.Canada,: U.S;.,.ind/iiuroiie;'5.'!}:;:-:.:  'chhuge.bought bud sold.',;y::;:;i:,;:';;^.;:ir;eiv;:i:i!-;i::;,:;;:iv  ���: ^Kaviiiss ilrniieh U;piirtuieiit at cacbio'rn'ce?;! }'!0$  iliiterest allowed f/oin tiaie'ef deposit' ami cout-i''''  poiinded nnutially without: requiring atteiilibiiibf ';  j: :OBix lipurj:;io-3; Saturday:frdtii io:io js.S'K-Sv;   gt.  '"���i'.mili.hhdivard^  :Nak.usp;>.;':Vr.  ':Rote6h;-;.^rV:.^;:'.:;.^'^r,w.'''r::  ���;l^sslanfl^Ji^;^' 'p ''''���*��''���,  .Creenvvpod-rrrGeti'l office���^-niiil  " ; yards'.  and  .���Mioehivj.  "'Eholt No. j,'.  ;;-Ehcijt,No.;.a^  ���',' Dead, wood:.*;.;  'Jlbck CreekV!  I.ons; i.akei:.  . iniii ands'vii.rd���.;���  ���SW'E^'Vfe'SSj.1  V&B;  "VVe are also prepared 'to..deliver; lumber- to, any,'mining! camp. , V  'Our Company is eiiabledto Supply any order witliotit^ielav  STir.hcONTiNru to oijkratk;;: ;:  ��� ***-����**��������*<  *��������������� �����������������* **> ����** sv ���* ���  XO. ''-*'���'���'������. '-v"   -"���������'���������������   --,���������    ���','���    '���'���'-���<���'���' ���������'���'*   ���;-..���.-".-)   i..   -���.'.     :���--:,.-;. >\/.  * Noncn oi- pri\ mi: uiu  MiNi^^sfALLAfIO^(  r;;;.^:A-SI��ECIALTV;' ,"'i>  .t.;ii:RI^art!,;Proprietor.:V;:e';' O -'.��'���'�����������.'��� b       Cor. Knob Hill Ave. and First.Sircel.  >y!;;.;.;;:'.v^\-':F!n^  Dining Room in,.'Connection:: -������ - .���-; PHOENIX, B^ C.  EL^CTRltAL 3:  CONSTRUeTfON-  supplies;  'AMD.  '������\  Fixtures; Motors,^DyriaSjS  mos. Etc, House Wiring and  Dynamo Repair!rig:   ; .  Greenwood, B;C.  J>L^A-&^-  ^J^^^^^^S^M^^^^^^^pi^W^  Plumbing  & '������ Tinning''  -ON:.\I;r, TKAINS>'KOM-  :'ALSO. TOURIST   CARS .passing"^  : Diunnore Jet.,Daily for St.: Paul   Satur-  diiys for '.'Montreal, and Ilostcn', Jlontiavs  ami Tluirsdiiys for Torculo:.     .   ���,.,    '���".'��� \-.;'  Hame cars pas.. Kevelstoke oiie.t'ay cariier.  Job Work Promptly ^Attended tdi r  Jrhoeiiis street (Hack cf PostofliceO V. & N.rhoiie Xo. 44;-.  Pfe  oenix.  B.^  x^��  ;:', ..���  ������..,.'���.".���.���','.'.��� ;:    (Konucrly the 'Metropolitan,).,','.  Higli class 3V:iues,' liquors and cigars always iu  stoe'e.  yeuient sample  room! for';��� Comihercml :]\Ie!i.  class,Cafe in connection.   '   " \ ;  "'���/  Ko tronlilc totpict? rates ami gi'  ���r resariliiiK:tlicl-;asteru trip yoi  ter regnri  talcing.  ahteru trip yoii  : you a poni-  cpnttiu plate;  For Time-tables, -rates   ami   full information  call on or acltlri-ss uearestlocal nai-'nt, or���".  ���-..���:":;   J-:. H.UKMI'ATH r.feenw-o.xl.-  .. O..ll:.'llKQKIiR,'ujcut;:lilioIt.-.':  \V.F.AxuKKsoN,;v.     E.JXcivij-,: .;  ���/'l'rav. I'ass^gent,^:'; '"A.(i.P.'Agi>' ���' ���'  '.-J"; Nelson. B.C. ; Vancouverj J!.C;  Gon-  "First-  mncjn 1S01.���Ex."  -H:  against  Mandolins,   Vioh.is,   and   Guitars  trohi $5 up, at Qrecnvvood Musk.Stoic,  Copper street.  *  ?: "** " J�� * '    ;  , ii * ��i3   *i*.^      ^--*  " \\Umed���Tenant for lodging house  oiivOld   Ironsides   avenue    Will be  built tov suit.    Appl> to L C. Ciavv foi J  MINERAL ACT.  j, Certificate ol Improvements.  x 1 ^orICl,  t ttleaurne, f.ilftc fluVnJVrdctldli Bratifioti and  Ilmndoii t'raetion Vliuenil Claims iitiinti 111  the Kettle Kiver Mining JuIstoucfVate Dis  tnc%��  tWhere tocaliil���In Urcenwood cinip, north of  l"E Sylvester K mineral claim ,,  TaSe notice that I, Sydney M Johi 4>n, tctiiiK  an agent for Jatne* Marthatl.TrCc -Mlucnt* Ctrtl-  "teNo n7984,Thbi)ip(HaoderK:i.)f-'rceMiners'  tertificate No IJ ?9i4 and Janici, VcS'itltj, r rce  M|i*if��t Certiflcatrf No B 456^/iliteiKl, aitty  unys from the date liercofrto apply to the Aim  iitff KKftrJer for^jCertigpalp 4Z IujpTO\enicn^  turthlrpurport of obt?luliip; a Crown drant ol  tlie aboitsclalhle �� .     ���"       f      rv  And furtber take roJ;)c< thataetlo-i, uiidir icc-  fipuu, muitTii cbrnraeucea bifore. tli* lisuttici  el such Ccrt.ficate cf Ifnproveuiiuts  J>atett this 1st day cf Jt mar) A 1)   ijji  Notice is liinby rimii Hint nppllcition wilt hi  Badi totlic I ej,i latuc Isscuilih 1 f tl 1 I loduci  Of llrltiali Ooluiulin nliti next si<:slmi for 1 act  to iuc irpoiati a t^ilipmiy it till pour lo ciin  struc Kitup uiaiutnin 11111I o)>erat( a single Or  duubli Inn <jf r-tilwav of Htninlaiil or" narron  gnuj.1 for lla puipisi of out it ln^ p\s 1 uycri!  ami fnif,ht, fn 111 a poll t 111 II111 luul lull' al ri  ninrtlieCitt o(j \-incou\cr tlienc* tin tlie City  Of Ni t VViiliiilustir in an 111 itc It diicclrcu  Jllonjtlii South sidi (1 the tullei if l|c I ra��ir  jlitir tosoini point < n tin s-iid 1 raser Riier be  tttien tlie junction nf the LinlliitniL Kitn will)  the laid 11 i<iet Kttcr ami the Until ol \ t|e,  t Ik lie 111 auii^teilt dlni ion iloiif, tin tnllitH  o tin Cliillittaik, u iptiliulln ruliinii.1 n mid Mm  ilkiinicil ntirsor witu of tlie lit or tin tr bit  nrui tliinofoi souu ortliiiu, b> tin nio'.l m. tsl  bli route 10 1 point betttciu Puiticloii ind the  lulu national lloundar) 011 tin untucotirM con  luctiiifT OkauiiKtii tmd llMjiom I ul c- tlicttce  by tin most fe-isibb route 16a point on tin KeUlc  Jtittrtt or 11 ar Roik Lruk tlicnco b\ tin niosr  fi"iib|i utite to n iwmt 111 01 n it Miilttat  fliinc by the most f-isiblc toute to 11 pdintiii or  nearlbeCitj oi (.ran I I orks ttillt pntir^u  cons met, iquip, maintain, atid opinti, fiotn  any point on llu 8-tid rnitit 13 brtnclns and t*.  ten-nous of tltesiniecf not mon tli tn to milts  Hi length, mid routs In-IUgis ttat^p f��.rriis,  ,wharte�� dce'.s and 101I blin^tr-. mth puffier  ]o build,own equip,op- .t��.,auJ maintain stiafet  ind other ��i<!s md baits'tiligrajilis tdi  ,phoum and tfa-ittijs aerial or otlnrui-. audio  tarry bit n Etnersi txp-c->s luniiic^i, eitlnr a  sepirtti miderltkingsor 111 coniui 101 "tutli tin  Sfidrultttj md tin sud briucliis i ul ixlcn  ���ions'with pottir to genir-iti ilictrml} lot tin  supplj of light heat and p*ttii aid dispose of  mid deal it ttlt the fc-iuial lpmlitiu ttivoYlhi  districts or localities through which jilhi slid  rillttitv br-tnc'ies and CMliiivions pis with  potvir to ixproprtatt lands ruf any if tin pur  poses of the company and to mini 1 liuds  bournes pntiltgis or otlnr aids f 0111 my  sotirniueut, muntctp-ility ot otlnr p-rhonsor  bodtiscorportt" ttith potter to construe cipup  a.i(iui-e, kasi m-tintftiu and o]>irnte sm-ltir-.,  reduction tiliniiis,cotti.eiitratlng o-t lltir tr>,rkh  ' for lnndliiifiaiidtreat"ui5-rit nfons mth po\ver  ��qacqu!rimidope-a'vc coil lands tnU dis,iosi at  th* proc^ttMXhcreor tilth, pbturto rciilln co 1  stiuct anlopenti hotils tilth pitirlo iii-iki  traihcoi other iriaugitnuits or un-ilsiini 1 tor  cinuiit ttith-my rnl��i5 sttnmljoit or ot ur  couipnu} orlease pure nsi orotlterttis ic^uirc  the asocl-j of all} suchcouipjut ind-ittth pmtir  tobjild ttORim roids tob-usid 111 tin CDiistruc  tiou of TMd iiulway and its txt iuiou an I  branihesnud 111 idvanc* rf tin 1 1 and lo  ley iml collci* tolU frm 1 Hit p-nli -i mm aid  all frucht pas,Ingot ir auv s ich rinds 01 anj  such iforci uddoi.s, ritltvajj f ri i.s ortcsius  otvmd or opi--itid by the 1 inn-un ttlnthii  built b foriornitir tlu pas->iRi of I lie Act hereby  ttnpli 4* fur, an 1 wrth ill other ushii' uicosiirt  licdeu'ut ritllt^, powutsor nrntt ijen m 13 ' J  tieci.ssi-^ or tttc let la' in 11 it t. j Ii 1 I  tatunii. it    if 1 n 1 f>j t.   ( hi a     ������ r,  t  Sjhul 1  Jdfefeing Work of afl Kiadls  Promptly Attended to.  GeneraFBxpress^id Transfer,  Mionclv %>�� 4-S%.   "olfigTWith Clty,,ISal:ery> 7="�����      \, v     PHOENIX    B    C  Hl|GHlE -McCUiREiProp.  Phoenix Sfroz Shop,  The Wm. Hamilton Manufacturing Company,  '��� ���'���'��� '::: ������Lnir.Ti-D; '        ��� ��� ., ������.���' .  All \\'ork (itiaraiireed.  ' :ed Gocils.  Import-: >  1        "I  TO  i'ini: hoots am) siioi-:s maim-:  OKIiKR.  T'RACTICAI.  .MI.V!;:ks,"'\AXIi   PKOS-  I'.KCI'OKs' SIIOK.S. A- SI'KCIAl.TV.  Peterborough, Ont.,  Corner Phaenix St. a:id Broaklyn Ave.  ��� OOC9000C-S  >4ts<��*��oatt  aoooientx  o  e.  o  soeooooosooos*^  ^-PALACE ;;^^;: J:^ABI^^; "  ��� ;'Stage and Transfer Line,  PHOENIX, -. "���"'   -; ������������;���'���"������������- - E. 0.  Smoke  Stage leaves   Phoenix  for   (ireen-  wood    ���-....'..'.  . . ..S a. m.  Leaves Greenwood. . ...  .. io a.   in.  Leaves Phoenix  .  Leaves t'lieennood  p.. in.'  11. m.  Best turn outs in the Boundary.    Horses well suiteJ for  COLLINS & ChRAYvProprietors.-  long drives.  a  a  o  a --���  o  0    Wy  O     Cii  o  a  9  e  o  o  o  o  a  n  o  o  o  ���ocoooee  CIGARS.  o   o  UNION MADE  ��  o  . o  t*  a  o  a  o  o>  a  a  c  0  0  o  0  0  o  o  0  loacooosooooeacooe  Place  Agents for Calgary  BOMIiNION AVE.  PHOENIX, B.C.  JOSEPH COOK, Manager.  Ov.'.t   ���  .;(\-..��T?a*yinMi  KELSON,  ���* -i  711�� PIONEER, ?:��  ca, Clittia, T.ip.ui  Aiijta, Masii, e.ib.t, :-.;;-J al! th: S.-::'.:.  n livery I'rovimv.- ��.l" tit.r Doniiitimi  , Iv.-viy Slat.- iu tlie Amm'e.tn Univtii  lr.-lttiij, .Scotland, Aui'.:';i!::i, He-.r.h .'.I'  ^fi  �����.:r,  -!i it  ' '.vs. ���  . r--."r"   '-���<", r  ������';'"',:- %!"������>:' -;*f ���!�� ��  K1Z^?7 THE FHOENIX PiQNEER  Ids  kv  L AW - McQUAID CO.,  LIMITED.  , GROCERIES and MEN'S FURNISHINGS.  We have anew Clean Stork of Staple and Fancy Groceries Clothing, Boots, Shoes and MenS. Fur-  nisNings. We invite the public to call and inspect. IViH Giuiautce to give satisfaction, whether jour order  lie latgc oi  small, i Sjiecial attention to Hotej and F.unily trade.   .  - -^--.=7=���  - -�� *���*=?=���Old Ironsides Avenue and First Street���Graves-Williams Block.  *9  }  The Local Grist*   i  s  i>  ' Li-  ^ l)r, Mathison, dentist, Greenwood,  lioth phones.  A (atiiival mil beheld atthcGrcen-  i\ooa Skating Kink next Mondav.  J)r. Simmons, dentist, Rendell  , lilorK, Green wood. \. &N. 'phone 96.  1'.. Jacobs, the well know irBonndary  ��o'resjHindent vvcni t6 the coast last  Saturday. _,  John A. Coi>ell,tIie well known 1'.  ]. S. from Giand Forks, ��ns in town  this week. , -��� '  Nitrous o\ide and oxygen for pain-  lcs-s extraction ot teeth iat Dr. Mathi-  .son's,    lloth phones.  For lessons on the violin, mandolin,  ]iiano,letV., see KaulFmann. In I'hoc-  l.ii every 'I liuisc'ay.  H, B. Ketr lias nfjoiit  *%'> bis new oftkc building, ia\i  " ;  -   ,      t size, opiHisite UlackN hotel.  completed  tcct in  9a  I s -  ' V   - v v.  ���r  _l "���  W?i   ....  1 vf >v  >"'i  .4iv  iH.'  K,  ft?*  .��** it  'W*  <���*��� ji  1   ,    Alderman James Mai shall returned  t Ucdnesdn) (row a thiee weeks' tiipto  -Vancouver and Seattle/,  i.   1<. *< Alderman W. J.   Kirk wood, elected  1 last week in Greenwood, has resigned,  "'I* j.s lie was unable to f|iiahly. l \'-  ���.  -     The"C P. R.   steamer1* notr find  rviccdingl) low   natcr on the,Arrow  Jakes ai.dalto ha\e trouble with ice.  Alex. Hendcison fishes,to "thank  1] (,<=o win) so kindly nssisted'in" saving  -   i is.��it( ik r.t the i.me'of the'recent flic.  " rK 1 JJlc GmivWd* it "'AiYicw's   .'V  1    1 'c'y were to give a Im)!' last event' jj-  . , W   tl c / LdittiiLnt^Ln'tit 'ras Lcc��  ��eclared o t. .���;"�����   >  K.1*])   Hall, of,the Pioneer staff,  \    leit for  Jlrssl.urg ,last Alondaj', lor .1  vsit with his father aiidj.a short season  V ol recuperation. "J -. ^    y.��� ��� -  Go and hear the, l>ek phonograpb  s t    ever bioiyiit to the'Boundary, at thfe  I '\Union Cigir^tore, nevt^cloor to Knob  'Mlill hotel    iVee.V'^'- \   '  <    .  JackoWiIson went to Rossland Mon-  i��,davj where he'will install the bijj 'boil-  i* '  eisMor^ihe   \ el vet-" compressor," on  vV- Sophia I moimtain;   ', ,> ^ ^.^ ���., Jft  ''"J v St.-ra\rick's day will be' celebrated  ! THROUGH I *W S  * THE WKM 1 *%��? !  0 "ft  *���*###*��#������##���#*���*#*������#  I^st AVednestlay ui^ht Solicitor  Whiteside, for -< Mr Arthur i: Monk,  whb say tWey rejiresent wealthy  capitalists, n>ade apjilication to the  city council for an exclusive electric  Itght and tramway franchise for the  corfioratioiV of Puoenix. Just what  will be done with the matter does not  vet appeal, but at next week's meeting  it will douUless be brought tun ill isj  not stated w ho the parties arc, but it  seems that'something is in the wind.   .  'I he city has received another check  fioni the provincial governrnenty"this  time the amount being $210. The first  one, received a few weeks ago, was for  $1050, Pivd the two amounts, with another item of about'$135, represent  the utal of various kinds of provincial  taxes collected jn the city, covering the  jieriod from the date incor|x>ration took  effect to tlie l>eginning of the twentieth  century.  It is now said that the new Standard  I*>ritic smelter at Boundary Falls.will  begin opeiationson or about February  ijtli. Ivfan.iger Lnidlaw this week made  a contract tor a six months'1 supply ol  coke, and the preparations generally  tor siarting'tire in'"an  advanced 'state.  \ ^ 1  K Evidently the.departmeiit oficduca-  tjon .it Victoria does not care" a vvhoop  whether Phoenix has sufficient school  'teachers or not. ^rHeie we are in a  I town where it would be easy, 'it the  attempt were made, to scare up 100  school children, and\ jet "the government still treats us as a locality where  but $50 is'allowed^ annually for all  school excuses, except instructor's  salary.  Erfj-��!  -^*  VCL.-f    ^4  1 1 J  Six'1 <"r  && 'f  'ftVa  >r��!us cnd^if the Jlbundary rroad,-, came  up the Phoenix bianrh. <'ij,   ,''   1  Alex% Milfer,/formerly manager of  the Uaiik',of Halifax. Grand,F'oiks,1! is  urgariiziiWf a private banking concern  vv itliv$i oojooo'.-capital. J_  ��V^��   't/    it-. r  n ' * i  1 Invitatious are out for a ball to be  ' vj j;ix-en'oruxlhc 14th of Febiuary by  the  " inemliers"of Grcemvood,Ledge A. F. &  '  '   A.'MviniheAuditprmm, ?  \    1   L^.\r. Byles, representing; the B��� C.  ;'   'Mining Review, of London Kngland,  rook in tlie big mines, of Phoenix fur  U\ the fir��t time last Tuesday.1 ^ t  rj  Evcrj' two bit purchase entitles you to  <f a(number in the monthly draw ing for a  taluable,Case Tipeat theUnionCigar  Store, next to Knob Hill hotel.,,  pioprieror  1  r   - -f  ��� >  S-'V?    t\A'  -s- I'chruarv J4ti\t St' Valentines day,  I'nncnit Car|>enters'fUnionMvill give a  , ball'at Miners'Union hall,'whenever}'  lady attending will be presented with a  -valentine." r;   -~  ; v^ ^ ���>? *  1 ������ c      <        ,   1 q   J *  Tint ���week the T'toneer received a  r delayed shipment of- paper for use on  \the great 1 family journal.    It arrived  "troiii Toronto just in time to preclude  arpaper famine. 1'v v        i" *  |. A, Clhrk, of the firm of Clark  &  ftiesclaj's  Uinns, went to Trail   on  \ Such a state of affairs is abominably  ridiculous, and thev Pioneer, refuses to  believe that the' powers that bc1 in  Victoria realizevthe gravity ot'the situation./. As it is now, the single, teacher  can *only discourage the v sending of  new scholars, and then struggle along'  as best he can with/the, large^flock.he  already ^tias^on hand."(lOf .course,  some day all this will -td remedied,  w hen our new $3,000 schoolliouse. is  built, but that does not relieve the  congestion at the present time. ,' , ,  ^'J he delay in starting work on the  ^new schoolliouse is due to non-receipt  of the*decd to the site from the Dominion Copper Co. The company  voted to give 100 feet square, but the  survey and deed included 125 feet  square. Consequently a ^meeting of  the company directors is required to  straighten it out? __    ,  Phoenix seems to have a knack of  appearing frequently "oiv top. In ore  shipments it leads the Boundary, and  some day may lead Rossland. LLast  summer in tennis it was on top,' and  this week at. hockey it was tagain on  top���the victims being tfrom . Greenwood. �� And oPcoursc, we are literally  on top, when one 'speaks of altitudes.  '':*' . '". U"m 1^v'-s "-' * '  , At the rateSupt. Parker, of the Dominion' Copper Go., is "making rock  fly ^in^the several']>ro|)erties of the  company^ it will not be long before  these mines will join the steady shipping list. With his more than 100  men* he is certainly making a great  showing, and while he does not give  out results of ore finds, there is no lack  lieing uncovered, and some of if in lievv  places. .        * ��  Onr'mail still comes by stage from  Greenwood���the last remnant of the  train to'attend the funeral of his aged traffic that formerly all came that way.  V'  k  lather^ w ho died the   day   before of  1 a{icer of^thc mouth. , %  Midwav is feeling proud over having  a gjmnasium, the likes of which can-  -j-ot be equalled anjwhere in the Jloun-  ���f.ijy coinnry or possibly in the cntiic  J'rov inrc.���Ad v aiu c.  Alex-. Henderson, the jeweler, who  ,. svas burned out   in   hst   week's  fire,  "states that orders for repaying in  his  'lme/left at theiiostofiicc store, will receive prompt attention  y\. V. McKen/ie&*Co,  who were  closed    this   week,   on. account   of  damages resulting from  the late fife,  will be open again  early  next week.  " Look out for hand bilk  "*Manager (Jriswold, of the Columpia  Telephone Co, sajs. tliat as  soon as'  - the snow is_ gone new  lines  will  be  built in Phoenix; and a new switchboard installed.    It is abour. time.  ^orncr & Owen,���wlio lnve the ron-  -.trait for fitting up the Vaughan. &  'Mclrsrtis wairehouse^as a lodging house,  )tave.* Jieaily finishc'd. 'Ihe building  wilt be completed by the 1st of leb-  .fuary. '  i'he post-office insjicctor cannot under  stand why, it it costs only $1.00 per  trip from Greenwood to Phoenix, it  should cost 75 cents from our station  co our post office. He thinks it should  bejjone for less money, and is now  dickering on the subject.  M��  Win^ M. Brewer, of Yancouver��tnc  principal representative of the Kn;  gineering and Mining journel, of New'  York, visited Phoenix for the first time"  this week, and was the guest of Agent  Hemenwnyat theOld Iroasides. Mr.  Brewer is familiar willi the mines of  the province, having v isited many of  them, but he was at a loss for adjectives when he.walked^luougli the huge  s'topesV the KiwG-flill-nnf'013 Iron:  sides mines. His journal is probably  the most representative mining weekly  in the worlJ.  j   FHOENIX, S-areENWOOD, 4,  First Hwkty Mated W�� Wm by the L��al  , Jam.  The first hockc}' match ofthe season,  and in fact the first which ever "Kok  place in Phoenix, was played t here  Wednesday evening betore a crovvd of  250'enthusiasts, the opposing teams  l��ing Greenwood and the local septette.  The teams were as follows:  Greekuood Pomtios Fiioemx  Stowe  ' ��� Goal _ .   Bucktou  Rcdpath_    ,     . Point . . .JT.yonii  Steer   ' Corer Point      ..Stetnl  Crews ... ..     .  1'onvardu    Thompson  Dill   . .'   ..' "   .   ...,'-���   McArthur  Holmes    .   . .    " Monk  Craig.' '   ..- ..     .'���'      IlMcrofl  Keferee, Dr.^R. B. Boucher.L (Joal  umpires, Thos. Hardy and F. i)." Kice.  Timekeepers, J. Kg. Hemenvvay and  W. Frith. ^ '  The game started off w ith a rush,  and Craig secured first.blood for  Greenwood by a good side shot in 30  seconds.   t ' r1*  After some futile rushes by- both  sides Monk and McArthur got away  together andon a*' pass from Monk,  McArthur ' scored, making "it r-i.  The play then became fast and furjous,  each team doing its' best to score, McArthur was sent to the fencej for a  vicious cross check, and while he1- was  off Greenwood-'scored: 'Tally "a-i,  favar ot Greenwood.- Then Phoenix  scored two goals in rapid ��� succession  and Greenwood got one. '        ���  '>' At thevstart of the second 'half it  could easily 'be seen tfiat"''Capt. Me-.  Arthur had been giving his men some  good advice;* for they played far better,  and never stopped until they had  added five more goals to their credit,  Greenwood only receiving one. The  srore at the end stood, 8 to 4 in favor  of Phoenix*. After the match there  was an impiomptu supper at the Knob  Hill hotel, the local team being the  hosts.  V^ynkoop - Stephens Trading  Limited.  t  This week we have received-  Hardware  Department  ~n  V".  I ��������  Two Straight Cars of  l��,i ��u ���?    ���>*'�����   < ���*�������� - >      )     '   '��    "     - ��� //�����       ">  GROCERIES  Is undoubtedly the  best one of its kind  in the city. Supplies for Builders  and Painters Constant^' on' hand at  close figures.  These goods i^re intended for our Holiday trade, bnt vere delayed by the  C. P. R. en route. However, they are the finest goods ever brought into the Boundaryf  and we want the people of Phoeniy: to give them atrial. Goods ,are first-class right  through, and our prices will be found as low as the lowest.     ��  �����������������������������������������>��������  The  WNKOOPSTCPHCNS  TRAWNG  Both Phones  CO.,   Ltd.  At the Old'Ironsides.  ���UW  VICTORIA HOUSE  L^inq Hotel of Phocn  Everything First Class, Electric Lighted, Electric  Bells, Free Sample Rooms, Finest  Liquors ai'd  Cigars. * / ,    V*'  '   "' -    B. CHOTEL CO, Lid., Tkom  J. HKRKMAN, Mahagkr.       , .-  Old Ironsides Avenue, ' -      -     PHOENIX: B. C;  iAWL & HICKS, Prtfrktofs. *  The Finest to be had in Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  PHOENIX, B. C.  Doiirsion Ave., a"��d Phob-  kiz 8t*kkt  BROOKLYN CAFE ^&c  '  Table supplied with'the best to found in the market.  Twenty-five ofthe best furnished rooms in the city.  GURRY & O'BRIEN, Props.  l\ Campbel|McArthur.   Cable Address "McArthur."   E. AVentworth Monk.  C Clough". _"' Companies * Incorporated  Codes  ;dford McNeil.  and Promoted.  Hfiur & Monk  The loss on Martin Bros, building  was adjusted this week at $550. W.  I.. Martin came over from Rossland  with Adjuster Orde, presenting the  (ireat, Western Insurance Co., of  Winnipeg,  Sandon will hold its winter carnival  (rom "January 28 to February 1st, and  preparations are being made for a big  time. Itv is said that most of .the  hockey and curling clubs in this section  wijbbe there. ���. . "..��,���.{  Every n eight, measure and scale-  offered tor inspection in British, Columbia and Prince Edward Island for  the >ear ending June 30th. 1900, was  found to - be correct. This speaks  \olumes for the honesty of the men in  business in these two widely separated  provinces of this great nation.  " Eaclrspan'of the 14 bridges on the  Lethbridge Gait        4*  COAL        ���**  STOCKS, MINES,/  REAL ESTATE  NSURANC03.  ,       The Ontario Accident Insurance Co.  v    The London Guarantee and Accident Co., Ltd.        ��        '  The Registry Comjiany of North Amertca.  The New York Life Insurance Co.  Phoenix Assurance Co., of London, Eng.  > Uritish America Assurance Co.  "'Wesjetn^Assurance Co.  ~  Hom.es to Let.    Lots for sale or Lease in Old Ironsides sub-division.  List) our Stocks with us.     Co-respondents  "' in Rossland, Spokane, Toronto and Montreal.  OFFICE^Graves-Williams  Block,   Thoemx,  B. C.  / 0000' -   -   -  felling Agents .Original Phoenix- Townsite.     P. O. Box 33.  ���  L.     *  Clothing,  Hats, Dry  Goods,/  I Boots*'Shoes  Attention Ladies!  it  Buy warm clothing," keep away the doctor,  pays.  Just arrived from the manufacturers, Ladies?;, ,  and Misses Heavy Winter all wool Underwear and  Hoisery. -  Onr heaviest Black Ladiesr Suits ��� -   -   -   94.0O  Combinations and Grey Suits from $2.00" to $3.50  Our 'carpets' are going out fast.    Still Jiavc^L few  pretty patterns left to close out.   Bed sheetings in  lafiger.  bolt 'and cut-off sheets.  ���*  of evidence that plenty of fine ore is C. 1'. R. tracks between Robson and  Midway is to be housed in, says the  Nelson Tribune. This will add from  three to fcur years duration to the Jife  if a bridge. This practice is largely  l'.ed in the States. A force of men  will be put to work shortly, I'he  undertaking will cost about $7000.  ROSSLAND:  WHITE.HOUSE CLOTHING STORE  !    JANUARY CLEARING SALE  m m \wm m \m  This is heavy Scotch Wool,  Double Breasted, Sateen facings,-  extra, heavy 'weight.  Men's $8.00 Norway .Ulsters, heavy brown frie?e clplh, for $6 50.  OVERCOATS���Fine English  Heaver, French facings, and velvet  -:     formerly $14.50, now $11.50,    $5.50 Mackinws for 4.50.  patent plush lined Alaskan Sox lor 90 cts.  1        Special discount on rubber Boors.,  collar,  , 2 ;T.( SUM In ffurfffesB.,,  ^j Morrin,and JJ|1iompson will fill  jJ^M-deis and do business in the ,_ Posl-  , if offite store ..until the arrival ot th'c  ''Jnsuraijfee adjuster from Vancouver,  ��� when theirs on their'building and;  ���; Stock ^wflf be adjusted���they jmite all  1 'ehsii customers t^ \i��'tthettt iLcrc-  THE  PROGRAMME  ONCLUpES  Eight Curling Contests, under the auspices of the  Kootenay Curling Association.  Snowshoe Races, Ski Races, Skating Races for  Provincial Championships and for Ifen and Boys.  Hockey Tournament for Senior,-Junior and Ladies'.  Championships of British Columbia.'*   "       ''     -  CUTTER esxSBOa RACES.     COASTIXO CONTESTS.    CARNIVAL MASQVEfiAOEr  $3,000    IN    TROPHIES    AND    PRIZES    $3,000  Rates of single fare for round trip on all railways.   P  l"or further partii u'ars see posters and programmes or address  H. W. C. JACKSON,  Secy. Carnival Committee, Rossland, B. C  ' ***  r    ** **���-  R. H. KARATOFSK.Y, Proix  FINEST BILLIARD HALL IN THE BOUNDABY.  Choice Imported and Domestic Cigars and Tobaccos,  Pipes and Playing Cards.  morrisok-andlrson HLOCK, Cor. First Street and Ironsides Ave.  A Homelike Boarding Flaee.  DOMINION AYF. OPPOSITE MINFRS' UNION  HAIL.  T. V. GAISK, Prop.  * .     CHAS. SCHALM, Pko^.  rOSMLRLV  OK O. K.SHOP  ROSSI .'.Nl>.  Dominion Ave . PHOENIX, B, 0  m  Km  l K&1'  x 1  -'    k f   -. >{      <   ..* .    *.   ...-. .l   ��� ..4   1 lt..   .   . . i a ,">���.. ���        .,u ~     ���  4.        ~     *��1J .'���.._���  ..'   ,w .   1.   ' *. * . ���  1 - -> ,' I1 '  --I  -.-'as- -T--  ���^1" II ���" J^l -


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