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Array v,;>;;*;3��>"'-��.->"'3P��^-��igT'"'"  7#  ���Jiff  <  4s  if  i  !  7  #  (  ^1  If  "i>  1  1  4  r  fr  if  , &#**��&' *?*?  OVER....  400V MEN  Arc    working' in   the  mines around -'Phoenix..  ���.<  I   The Pnvroll of  PHOENIX      ^  Is larger.thnn' that of )  nnv other I'Jotiiularv '  ( :imp. \  Devoted to the Interests of the'Boundary Mining District.  Vol. I.  PHOENIX, BRITISH  COI.UMPIA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1900.  No. 11.  THE  : ��|  ^Miners' Union is alive  . *  To the requirmeiits of-its members.,'"  The Hunter=KendritkCo.  Is Alive  To the requirements of the public.  .' . ���",.������   ' ' ���O���rr-    ���;.,.'  Full and Complete Lines.  Groceries  Hardware  Crockery  Queeensware  Tinware  Dry Goods  Furnishings  Hats* Caps,  Boot and Shoes,  Slippers.  Hercules  Powder.  Caps  Fuse  Mining  Supplies  Complete Line of Carpenters' Tools  family Trade a Special^.  Prompt Deliftrj.  FOR INCORPORATION  Large Meeting Was Held on  Thursday Evening.  NEARLY ALL WERE IN FAV��R OF IT  Subject Thoroughly Discussed and a Committee Appointed to luve&izate and  Report Soon. j  If any man in Phoenix or elsewhere  doubts that a. majority of our, people-  are m favor of the incorporation of the  town i.no a municipality at the earliest  practical date, he should have been  present Thursday evening at tb,e public  meeting held in McRae Pros.! hall.  The roam was crowded w.ith representative business men and really holders. K'. C. Keith was selected chairman and W. li. Cochrane secretary.  The object of the meeting was stated, viz., to consider the desirability of  securing the passage of a special act by  the present legislature, allowing the  town of lMioeiiix to incorporate when,  the proper time arrived. When the question was thoroughly discussed pro and  con, it seemed to be almost or quite  unanimous that the requisite "steps for  this jniipose should be taken without  delay.' The speakers included .Messrs.  Hemenway, Rumberger, Prcakenridgc,  Kerr, Cochrane, Keith, Mack, Hunter, Graham, Morrin, Abbott, Weeks.  Stewart, Crawford, SancTersj Mills-,  and Willcox.  There was no question raised .by any  speaker but that incorporation} would  be wise in course-of time, and that  would probably be, in the course-ofjv  year. Others thought that iU should  be doneat thecarliest possible moment,  as it could not help being beneficial to  the town as a whole, serving to center  and crystallize business here; 7 The  owners of som? property ���who were  tearful of immedi."^e^ijci;eased^��'ati?jri,'  wcrO''''a^^tired'':thanor"tiiO':first''vL;ar''at'  Opened Under New Auspices,  Monday the dining room of the  Butte hotel was taken over anil opened  by Messrs Hawthorne .& Brown, who  arc experienced in this' line. Kvery-  thing will be run in first-class shape,  and the table will be supplied with .the  best the market a.Tords. ���' .���'  Cli33s New Oificers.  Last Sunday night's meeting of the.  Presbyterian."church was the largest  attended in the organization's history.  After the services a congregational meeting was held and the lollowing board  of managers chosciv for the vear 1900:  I.E. Mills. ..Dr.. G.S. Cordon, D. W.  McDonald, A. I'..' McKenzie, D.J.  Matheson and W.-.B. Willcox..       .������.;:  At a meeting of the' managers held  Monday evening Mr. Mills was elected  chairman, Mr. Matheson secretary and  Mr. McKenzie treasurer. Next Sunday evening it is intended to select a  building committee, who will have  entire charge of putting up the contemplated new structure.        ,  HERE IN A MONTH  WILL EXECT TWENTY NEW COTTAGES.  Track Soon to be-.- Completed  to Phoenix.  ARE WELL' PLEASED  Directorate   Visit the Golden  Crown Mine.  HAS 23CS TONS READY FOR SHIPMENT  Property In Good Shape���Ore iBuukers to be  Built and Development Steadily Con-  italics.  Old Irjns:des Management Decides on Tiinjhf r  lmprovc.11e.1t3.  It.is now announced that the O'd  Ironsides- and associated companies  will build 20'more cottages this year,  in accordance with thl:i!; well-known  . liberal policy adopted by the manage-  I ment.    The p[an has been under con-  MR. GRAVES WRITES FROM MONTREAL-'^eratim, tor some- time, but within  ��� , - the last few days  word   was  received  from ..General   Manager    Graves,   at  Montreal,   that it had been   definitely  By the End of,. February,, at th; Latest, the ' decided to go ahead   with the work at  Steel    Will   Be   Here,  or  Sooner  if  an early date.  The cottages will bo located an the  ���Victoria.ground, in titer vicinity ol th*��"  new b.iiij.k house, and,, like those built  last year, will be tor the use of employees. The houses will be roomy and  comfortable, .and put up in good shape,  like all' the new buildings of the com-'  panv. '..''.  It is also understood that, in addi-'  tion to a'large butik house the Dominion Copper Co. will erect a number of  Needed..  A good deal has been printed, in  outsiue papers about the alleged intention 01 the C. P.: R. not to finish  the laying of steel into. Phoenix lrom  Hartiord Junction���ia distance of two  miles���beiore some time next spring.  The Pioneer has never taken anv stock.  in these tables, which   were  evidently, ^.^ )Wecs    this    vcar  inspired lor a purpose, and is now in a altll0ugh nothing h*    ' vet ,)een  ��w%  .As announced in last week's- Pioneer,  the directors of the Brandon ,and  Golden Crown Mining Co., owning one  ofthe most promising.properties close  to Phoenix, held a meeting last Monday .in Greenwood, to discuss ttie  affairs of the company and outline its  future policy.. Those present were:  ���J.?.ro/ide;nt,..,Xv^  . .-     , . .    , Rossiaiid;  Andrew   KelTTv,   Brandon,  least there could be no increase, as the j ^^ . iV A.-M��<:<kinald>Q.   C.  Nel-  W. A.   Puller,   Spokane; W. ,L.  bcenJ'  Co., Ltd.  Old Ironsides Addition,  PHOENIX, B.C.  Qoods Delivered Proniptiy.  -^        :   0 m'< ���  assessment   rolls   -had   already  isoit  made out by the provincial government;: 0r^ secrctarVi Rossiand, and George  and,   secondly, that u was the  expen-  h.- Collins, mana��ii��f director, Green-  encofil others, who had been in newly  Stronghold  "Is Groceries and Provisions---Dnly the  best available.'goods supplied. -  Our Aim  Is to please, tlie public with  Quality  and Price. . ...   ���<.'���'      ���'-".  Our Request  Is that you give us a trial order, if you  are not already on our list of satisfied  customers.-.  Remember  We are not satisfied unless you are.  -O-O  incorporated places, that the taxes  proved to be rather less than before  taking on the mantle of a municipality.  In .every way the gathering was a  harmonious one, and.all seemed to  be intent on doing., only that which  was for the best interests of'Phoenix.  It was merely a question of fhe best  methods of getting at it.  On motion of Wm. Hunter 7a committee of seven was appointed to take  up the subject, ascertain what territory  could be included by consent or approval of the owners, and formulate a  .plan of procedure, all of which should  be rejiorted to a future public meeting  of the citizens. The committee appointed consisted of Messrs. Kerr.  Cochrane, Keith, Rumberger, lilack,  Weeks and Mclnnes. It is already at  work,.and the members-have no doubt  whatever of being able to arrange the  matter in a way  suitable to the great  majority,- Another ��� public  meeting  will probably be called for some time  early next week.  J. H.-livers, representing the Mac  Machine   Co.,   of Trail). w#stB_ji��wn  yesterday. ...  The annual meeting.of the W'ynkoop-  Stephens Trading Co.:will be held at  the office of the company February-5th.  Steam was gotten . up yesterday in  the newly installed plant at the War  Kagle mine, and the", compressor will  be started earlv next week.  H. Collins, managing director  wood.  The business of the company was  generally gone over the and directors expressed themselves as greatly pleased  with the progress and appearance of  the mine'to date. ���  On Tuesday the members of the  board, with Managing Director Collins,  and Resident Superintendent W.j.Porter visited the Golden Crown and inspected its workings, the visit proving  highly satisfactoyto all. At present there  are in tlie neighborhood of 2,000 tons  of ore available for shipment' to the  smelter, and as soon as-cars can be  obtained at -Hartford junction; shipments will begin. The ore will be  hauled in sleighs about a mile to the  track, which is not yet laid to the  mine. ��� . ���>,_���  The main' working shaft of the  Golden Crown is now down 320 feet,  with crosscuts at the 100, 200, and  300 foot levels. At tlie 100-foot level,  about 125 feet of crosscutting has been.,  done. At 150 feet a crosscut has been  driven and fine ore encountered. An  upraise connects the two crosscut:; and  a large body of ore has been'-blocked  out. On-the 300-foot level,; another  crosscut, now in some 350 fee.t, is.be-  iiig driven to strike the 01c body. .:.  Ore bunkers are to be construced  at an earlv date, and on the finishin'g  of laving steel to the dump, a season  of steady shipments of ore the smelter  is to be inaugurated.  position to state that no such orders  were ever given from Montreal... ^ To  set lhe matter at rest, and because of  .-she numerous imjuiries from those in  tending to build, who wished to ship  in material at the earliest possible dale,  L. C. Crawford, selling agent for the  Old Ironsides sub-division, wrote to  Jay P. Graves, general manager of the  Old Ironsides, Knob Hill and Granby  companies, who is how in Montreal.'  The reply receivcd.-is.as follows:  MoxtrkAl, }an. 16th, 1900.  ���L. C. CrawkorI), Esq.,  Phoenix, B. C.  . .Dear Sir:���I have .your letter of the  7th. before me concerning the trackage into Phoenix. .'The officials inform us that they'.expect to complete  that trackage, if the snow does not interfere, as ^oo'n as the Hue is completed,  to Midway, and that they will lay it  for our use; at once if we- have any  freight of any consequence to -move,,  and that'it will be-- laid as soon as we  require it for ore shipments, so that  the people interested at Phoenix need  Hot worry about the spur as it will be  ready as sooiyas we are ready for it,  which ~will' be .sometime the last of  February at latest.  Respectfully yours,  ..-.    ��� ���<..��� ij,vY p. Graves.  .    *    6flak to Open Next Week.  I, C. Crawford, who was in Grand  Forks this',wcek, spates that Manager  MacioughluV .manager of the Eastern'  Townships- Bank, "'informed liimahat  the  branch  of that institution to be  out definitely in regard to the matter.  . SPOKANE SMALL POX SCARE.  Stringent  Meacureg    Taken   by   Provincial  Authorities.  .established in Phoenix, would be open^.j-zjn.i  for   business, some   time   next   week..    V^,,^ c_ Hv(fc  q{ S]iokmc was in  I he new manager rs-now en route from ^ ^ll0eilix. vestcn}av alld invested in Dor.  the east, and the big safe is now due  This week the carpenters are finishing  up the inside ofthe building, counters,  .etc., and in a few days the first chartered bank in the camp will be in running order. ^  jBulI Dog Tunnel Completed.  The long  railway   tunnel,   through  @  nc is- now afflicted with a  smallpox epidemic, there being reported to be some 40 or 50 cases in that  city,, though they are said to be of a.  mild type.  On account of the close intercourse  between American- points and Southr"'���  ern British Columbia, the provincial  authbrities'.-have established a quarantine at the border, which went into  effect last Thursday. Special''officers  were stationed at Midway^ ("arson,  Cascade, Sheep Creek- and Waneta,  and now all.,passenger cars, mail, baggage and express matter is thoroughly  fumigated at..the border. In addition  travellers must present ai health certificate or sliow that they havebeeh vaccinated since;Jan. 15, j 900, or submit-  to vaccination.  One immediate result is that numbers of travellers refuse to come across  the line at all.  '" While 'iberd" is~s:iid-to be' no"raugs--  for special .alarm in.the lioundary, the  mattter is receiving the attention of  local physicians:- The members of  the Phoenix Medical Association wired  for "a .supply of vaccine A'irtis, and wilt  shortly be ready to 'inocu ate those  wishing to'be so..treated..   '  IN TH&LOCAii PELD.  t"  ere is considerable talk of orgaa-  aM'mi��icrHv.fliil> in Phoenix.  minion avenue realty.  This week week the Wynkoop-Steph-  ens 'trading Co. received two cars of  window's and doors and one ��ar of  powder at Hartford Junction.  Hon,"T. Mayne Daly, of Rossland,  whc/:is-largely--interested in the Golden  Crown; was-in town Tuesdav fluking.  Hull   Dog   mountain,   near   Brooklyn, 1 hands with many old friends.  on .the Poundary railway, is about  completed. It is 2,998 feet; long,..1.6  feet wide and 24 leet high. -, About  '��Piristmas time, the two gangs"of;men,  rwwrking from either end, met in the  centre on the heading. Since then  they have been busy taking out the  bench and trimming up, and that work  is nearly finished. It is expected that  by or shortly after the first of ���February the rails will be laid through the  tunnel, the four miles of switchbacks  abandoned, and nearly an hour in run-:  ing time axx&S.,  Dominion Avenue,     ���'���'  Real Estate and.. Mines.  Agent for the following- Fire Insurance Companies:���Phoenix, of London ; the  Western Assurance and the British America Assurance, of Toronto.  Selling Agent OLD IRONSIDES SUBDIVISION, Town  of Phoenix.  OFEIOBi KNOB HILL AYKNUE,  Phoenix, B. 0.  Miserable Telephone Service.  Numerous complaints are da"uV  made now against the exceedingly poor  telephone service being : afforded to  subscribers in Phoenix by'the'Houndary  Creek or Sperry line. Since the Cor-  bin telegraph people were given the  use of one of the two through wires, to  Greenwood, the service has been worse pected  than ever,. and several ..'phones have  been ordered taken out.  Business men who appreciate: the  convenience of a good telephone system  are praying that either the Columbia  or Nelson ��\: Vernon people will .soon  put in a switchboard here, as they are  getting tired of paying $5,00 per month  tor a 'phone that does not work half  the time. Whichever one -of these  companies comes in-first with an exchange will do a good business from  the start.  It is expected that  the   new downtown building of the  Wynikoop-Stepb-  ens Trading Co. will be completed and  ! ready for use in a week or ten days.  I     Mueller Pros., of the Phoenix Brew-  j ery, have received a  carload of vats  !and paraphernalia, via Hartford Junction, and are now busy   getting  everything in-shape. "'���  A meeting ofthe Board of I.icens-  Commissioners of Poundary creek district,' lias been called for Friday, Feb-  "ruary:9th'at Trail. This is" the first  'special- meeting of the new board, and  three;.application.-., for licenses for  ���Trail, and one. for. Phoenix wnll come  .beibre it.  " H..'W.. Kent, general mansger, and  G'eo.'C. Hodge, superintendent of the  ���Nelsdii & Vefikm Tele|>hone:Co., M'ith  C 1J;,.Hopkins', manager of the Inland  Telephone Co,,- of Spokane,, are ex-  in . tfiwn today to look over  Phoenix from a telephone exchange  point of view.  Last Saturday night at Greenwood  A.C. Dennis,'formerly C.P.R. division  ���engineer and latterly track engineer on  the Boundary railway, gave a complimentary dinner, to those who were  astociated with; him "at the front."  Covers were laid' for 2.4. Mr. Dennis  lias excepted a-position in the C.P.R.  head-office at Maaitrcal.  .Situation at Victoria.  .N-o particular progress in legislation  has taken place at Victoria this week,  1-aI. Johnson was taken to the Greenwood hospital on.Tuesday by Constable  Darraugh.    Some time ago he got into  and   the government  still retains its  an encounter and was badly hurt. ! slim ������majority." 'I'he- petition of tf,t'  Later he' was found at the Central! mine'owners, sent in last ��'��* '"r tiR'  hotel in bad shape, and was removed ! repeal or amendment <>( ihc ei-^ht-hour  to the hospital on the advice of the'; law has been answered t.'i:'^ wcck bv.il  physician. J.t is said that he formerly ; flood of petitions from d"' "".'o li'j;'  worked at the Mcithcr Lode mine.     ' | tricts re.-|irostit!g' that it '"���' ''"'':il,lK'iJ-  '���'������/���'���  :0?m  ���if'-..  i       I  i^.i��-.  ?  ���>  It  "X-a-l-i���1����� -w-n*r���r  T  7/  1  T -^  ��� 1  1  -^r-r-�����"���rr^���r  0!i -r >;-ii 7��'7���� i6ti#*v.' '--J;' &:'.  ;;?;ft%H-^*^"77i7  ���>������-��� ��... -=?'���,;;>''���..ii-i  T-A\'j7-^'.r".T?^.^^^J^"7-'^^i!rT'^..''^. :;'.^.  THK PHOSXIX PIOXKHR.  -6  PHOENIX, II.  R   B   KFRR --'EDITORIAL COMMENTS. j  H.UiRis'VKK AM"> SoMC'troR,'       j     (>om Paul is a wily old  chap.. He}  notauv ri ni.it'. . ! lias  already   provided   for saving   his:  q : own hide in case the war goes   against i  __ '���. him, winch it certainly will.  J. A. CORYtLL & V/U., t    ��j-|ie   waj   correspondents    in   the  Civu. and Mining ESti:iXKKks; Transvaal   are now   having plenty 01   Provincial I.anij Sukvevors.^opportunities to beat the front.    Itisi  E3TASUSHED 1836. 'difficult   to   enumerate,  as  Rudyard I  Grand  Forks   and   I'hokxix, B.C. [Kipling  would .say,   how many  times J  .... :.-..���_, -....-.. [tliev have   "iinisheJ  killing  Kruegeri  n. s. cavi.kv. \v.ii.,cocJiram: f witl-i their mouths," :  ��� OQ  0  CAYLEY & COCHRANE.  Soi ichors, Etc.  A. E. ASHCROFT,  Ml.VtXii AXI) C1V11. ENCJINEER  J'KOVINIIAI. I~A.\I> SI.K.-KVOK.  |   The Nelson Miner evidently speaks!  ��� with feeling when it says:    " The pro- j  'PHOKNIX, B. C. 1 portion of fool' newspajie'rs,  especially j  .._������......���.������ j jn i{rjtjs|,   Columbia, is greater  than j  can be found in any other walk of life ���  1 or among any other  order of created <  things."    Hear!    Hear!! j  IU1.'I.Rir ASlK'ROn,  \ A.Ni'Ot.VEK, It. C.  GREENWOOD. B. C  ANGUS K. STEWART  0  PI-  a  ^*HKj  BOUNDARY FLOUR AND FEED CO,  ..   r��� ...^ ^c?t^^. Greenwood and Columbia, B. C.   SOLE AGENTS l-'OR   The Celekated Calgary Flour  Famous all Over the Dominion.  Hay and Oats at Lowest Market  Prices, in Car lota or less.  Write or 'Phone for quotations.  Special rates on large orders.  'Entertainments  for  the;'benefit 'off  the  Mansion   House   Putid,  for  th*j  widows and orphans of soldiers  killed.1,  i in the Transvaal, are jiopular.   Pol low-j  {ing Nelson's lead,  Rossland  gave one!  i th: t was most successful,  and  Green- j  [ ivc.o.1 will soon do likewise.    Phoenix!  GREEN WOOD, B. C. ? should not la- behind:'-" |  cusioms uroki:k>  wood r.'JU.uiN.a,  J. -M. CLARK,  UOISK AXU S1CX I'AIXTER.     '  l-AI'KR  IIAXC.1X1". ANIJ llKCORATIMI. ���  Phoenix -St., ��� PHOENIX, B. C.  scon & McLaren,  i  3  CONTRACTORS ANI) IJUfl.DERS.  K.->I'l.MATES l'URNISUE��:  i-    Running a daily jxipcr in a sparsely  I settled   country,   like   Kootenay and  j Yale,-is not all a bed of roses.    But  i ��� ...  the publishers of, dailies in this section  nearly all deserve credit for the bright  arid   newsy  sheets they  ase issuing.  Not the least of these is the youngest,  the Greenwood Times. t  o  O  j  m g  ���*������  5  be PQ  f,  The ICootenav Mining Standard for  ��  05  DRS. FOSTER & BOUCHER,  I'HYSIUAXS AXO StfKOKOXS.  OKFlCi::  lill'ERIAI.  HOTEL.  Telephone.  D. J. MATHESON,  ��� INSURANCE AGENT,  ilRK, 1.11 E, ACCIDENT.  ('<ili.-ii:l��y(uii.r foi ttiLtni; AiYIUnvItx.  . ',   , Pkoexix, lJ.  PHOENIX, B. C j December is out, containing special j  ! write-ups of Grand Forks and Phoenix.!  The illustrations are well printed and j  the editor of the Standard .-apparently  knows a good thing when he st*es itj I  as the.. Phoenix part is almost  entirely j  oi  %  c7��  i>u/^.t-vi\' ^> <-��   otiotetl from the New Ye:u's issuj  I rl \j I'. A1 A, x>. v-     " i>  the Pioneer.     . .  0  0  0  ���r-l  O  o  ���4  REMEMBER THE MAINE.  Shaving Parlors  and Bath-Rooms.  KASKMEXT ItOUKK-milUUKG. .  9-^Phoenix, U. C.  .'The C. P. R. is to get lionds which  are to be accepted at par; in lieu of its  ) $4,000 per mile cash subsidy from the  j provincial government tor building the  j Boundary railway, which latter was  ���arranged in place of the land grant en  j realty that no.one seems to want.  | Even that is "a good arrangement 101  the. big railway.  +3  m  0  0  T3  a  CQ  I������  0  +3  o  M  6  MCARIAN PATENi  Manufactured from I j|  H. INGRAM, Mgr.  I P. Burns & Co. ��� SlM'  HEAH Ol-KICK FOR ROUNHARY CREEK, ORF.ENWOOli,  ��, c.  UEAnQUAKTKRS', NKI.SON, fl. C.  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,  Silverton, New Denver, Ymir, Salmo, Rossland, Trail, Cascade',  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Niagara and Phoenix.  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  All orders receive prompt attention.  ��  ��  *>  ���  ��� ��������������� o����������������*j�� ������������������������������������oa ���������*>��������������������������������������������������]  Hartford Hotel,  ^C^___Hartford Junction, B. 0.  Tl  of  lis hotel, which is new, is located at the; junction  tlie Phoenix and Winnipeg branches of the C. P.  All the railway   traffic for these camps must  pass through Hartford.    Give us a call.  JOHN DORSEY, Prop.  The Phocnis Livery Barn and  The Phoenix Pioneer.  ISSUED ON SATURDAY BV THE  riOXEKIl SMJiJOSHIN^ CO.  AT PHOENIX B.C.  VI. B. WILLCOX. Man..  m  o  Q  ���4S1  *  Feed Sickles  *��&  & Good  Itf/W!,  As soon  xs arraugements can ,be|  completed the Pioneer will be enlarged,  and new features, ot" interest to every  resident of the camp, 'will he added.  WVbelieve that this will eventually be  the greatest mining camp in British Co-  I lumbia, and as time  {'lasses,   without  | any  sounding ot trumi>ets;' will   show  i our faith by our actions. .  HEDGE &��� CO., Proprietors.  S^MJe,   PacX and  Driving Horses.    Heavy Draying. ���>'.  M '"���'-> Charges Reasonable.  STANDARJ) AVE, PHOENIX, fJ; C. .  i��&4  \  SLRSCKIIIIOX   1C.XTKS.  <lni> Year ....        joQf)  Mt Month* l.iu  Ailvt.rti^ins' mti's made known i>naii|il|ratioii.  Agents ter the Pioneer.  The Pioneer can be found on sale  at the following places: AI. W7 Simpson and Linton Dios., Rossland; Thom- 'tow jioints to the most successiul  and  !  . How reports are spread outside that  the Phoenix mines have closed down,  no one but the busy-bodies- discriminating them could tell. It is needless  to state, however, that there is no tri'sli  whatever in   the .report  Vaughan &McInnes,  ���it��  The Pioneer  ,��^*Swf'��*��-*^s^W.-Sr^$<^^  son Stationery Co., Nelson; J. \V.  Graham & Co., Spokane; H. S. Wallace, Grand Forks; H. A. King & Co.,  f:-f"��mvood; T. Walker, Midway;  ���"hoe ix News Co., Phoenix. McRae  Uros. a: Smith, Phoenix.  Everything  prosperous >ear ever ex[>erienced  by  any mining camp in the Boundary.  OF TJ1E CAMR.  We handle all Kinds of Beef, Pork, Mutton and Veal.  Also Fish, Poultry and Ovsters in season.  Your Trade Solicited.    Onr'Prices Are K ight.  OW Ironsides Ave.        PHOENIX, B. C  t  i  /..  X  .J  The British Columbia Wholesale  Liquor Company, Limited.  R. GREIGER, Manager.  AGENTS FOR Rabst     Beer.  X  %  $  A  ���f:  '*>  i  t  <v  **  t  | ^j��j��COMPLETE LINE OF BAR SUPPLffiS.^j��*����.J  J ...  GREENWOOD, B. C. $  WHENCE WILL HS COME  !  It is not  suprising  that the Greenwood  Times,   the  new and  readable  >VJ3oundary daily,  should, at this early  begin to criticise the C. P. K.  The company re-  ' -fi date,  r ^ pi ess news service.  Colombia  Hotel^��^  Coraet Dominion Ave.  ani Phoenix Street.  ce5v^�� enou'h from the si\- K.ootenav !  and Yale dailies (about $rfooo per'  month) to furnish a service that is not;  mady up oi" the odds and ends of the;  service furnished American dailies in  the west.           i  It being now almost a.foregone conclusion that the Boundary is to have  separate representative at once, it becomes a question of lib little interest,  }t>i to which town he will hail from.  The new district will doubtless inclpde  the territory from Camp McKinney tc  Christina Lake, and there is little likelihood of there being any Jack of legislative timber. In fact, there are several who are willing to sacrifice them-  j.eives for their country in this manner.  It is even mooted thatsoitie at present  residing outsjde the Boundary, would  be glad to take up their, abode in this  section, on condition of being present-  ���el to the people for their suffrages.  This, however, is needless, as we have  plenty of able men here now, who  vould fill the-position admirably.  Of coiiise,   both Grand Forks and]  ���  ���Greenwood, being of nearly equal size,     'Capt.   Morrison, of the Ottawa Citi-  itnd by far the largest  towns in  theizen, goes with the s'ecqsid' contingent,  district, will wish to have the honor of [and is  literally a fighting editor.    He  sending the Boundary's', first   member| humorously  remarks  in   the  Citizen:)  to the  provincial  assembly,   but   the' "The  business of trving  to  manage'  u  The Largest and Best Appointed.Hoi^l  in the Camp. .European plan. Vj^ewly  furnished and finished throughout.  For the year ending last June the  provincial government's receipts from  the Kootenaysand Boundary amounted to - nearly $300,000. The total  revenue from the province was a million and a half. Thus the sections I  mentioned contributed '.one-fifth ot" the'  entire revenue. And yet, when public  improvements are sorely needed, the  'government is slower than; ever in  granting them to the greatest (lor, population) revenue producing part of the  province. .  W. T. KAAKE, Proprietor.  The Yale-Colnm&ia Lumber Co*  LIMITED.  Manufactuieis of all kinds of ...  Rot*gh and Dressed Lvm.bcv, La&, Shingles.  MowIdings and Turnings.  Our Prksknt Mu.r. and Yards ake Locatko as Follows:  oenix  Makes Two Round Trip3 Daily Between Phoenix  & and Greenwood.  Leaves Phoenix at 8.30 a. in. and 2,30 p. m.   Phoenix Time.  .  Leaves  Greenwood at 10:00 a.ni. and 4:00 p.m.  Green--..  woc"*;?rinie.  !'"';< -      .  GOOD RIGS, GOOD STOCK AND FAST.ThlB. '  %,:,M4NDEL.& ��JI��H#Pr6ps.  IJ&sS:-  Oa?k&Bmns;  DEALERS IN  FURNITURE.  Naktisp mill ,.,nci yarcj  Robson ..,    l<     "      "  Rossland    "     ��      ��  .Ymir   "     �� ;     <��  (Jreenwood���Gen'l office���mill and  vards.  Phoenix...  Eholt No. 1  Kholt No. 2  '  Deadwood. . .  "  Rock Creek  "  Lpng Lake "  .mill and ysrd.  fllVT-We are also prepared to deliver lumber to any mining camp.  Our Company is enabled to Supply any order without delay.  ���������J  With Several Carloads in Stock and Several more en route, we can  Jill any order, from the Largest Hotel to-the Coziest Home.  Let us figure en your order.  UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING.  ���  Old Ironsides Avenue,  chances are they will not agree, and a  dViik   horse will iiave a good  running  "-oppoitwruty.    Tlie situation is  inter-  campaigns in South Africa at this dis-i  tance from the seat of war having prov-i  ed  unsatisfactory,   the editor of this!  .into by voters. Possibly an.-attempt] go on the warpath himself. You will j  v?ill Le made to biing party lines in -to).now observe the Boers scatter dust as'  <he contest, but theie is ho probability I they .make for the tall, iaajce.<sible I  ��,; this Kiuxeediiijj,' ��� | kopjes." ���-   ���    . j  FlH-  (Opposite M'utcis' Union Hall)  ,   ,     ...     ���   -    ..    ,    : ..,.,., ���    .      .    . ,  .       .   .,   ,     - Corner F).ominion Avenue and Banner   Street, Pboemix, U. C.  nunffand shaa1dbe.Garei.lly   looked j philanthropic journal   has deeded to j This Hotel is   Hard Filrislied?Bar Furnished  With the  Conveniently Arranged.     $ est of Goods.  ^v��***���- Graii.am & Prendergast, Props.  ARE NOW 'OPEN WITH PART-  OP THEIR STOCK OP  Building Material of all Kinds.  INCLUDING BUILDING PAPER, WINDOWS, AND  AI.LTHE NEE.DPUL HARI)WARE,  DOMINION AYE.  PHOENIX, B, &  ;-J^;/��.'JK^^jT1ji{ji>jSji0)-,jr^,^jSfW^r ih(T4 fr ��l>����������.-wm.-n.����ji1,WT.n. t,ji,��� ."\  >3  # '���' f  THE   PHOENIX PIONEER.  ������|t|l.  i  ^  f      *-*r  ��r>  if  v?  It  %  ^  ' ?���  SB  -1  tffi  Hi  ���4-  DRUGGSTS and  STATIONERS.  CARRY A  rVl.l. LINE OF  ,    Drugs,  Patent Medicines, '  Toilet Soaps,  ....���Prrfumks,  and Stationery.'.  prescriptions a specialtv.  Bctnembcr the Locution,  I  NOTICE.  The British Columbia Southern  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 ofthe year 1904 its western  section as described in the act ofthe said  parliament'(60-61 Victoria, Chapter  36) and a branch line from a point  on its main line at or near the forks of  Michel Creek, thence by way of Michel  Creek to Martin Creek, and for other,,  purposes.  By order of the Board.  H. Campkki.i. Oswald, Secretary.  Montreal, 17th November, 1899.      17  i 4++4+4-��-H>-f^-f-f-f-f^-i-f^+^-M-f-f*  FOR A GOOD  MEAL GO TO  * Old Ironsides Ave. FflOENiX,B.C. J  ������ .' ������  IN THE DISTRICT.  Camp McKinney is to have another  hotel.  .'Deadwood'.has one hotel and a store  and will soon have another of each.  The foundation lor the big water  j lower house at Cascade is about completed.  The C. P. ft. is using both of its I  new depots, al Greenwood and GiaiiO]  'Porks. - !  .There  is still   considerable talk   of J  uniting the municipalities 01 Columbia  and Grand Forks.  Major   W,   H".   Cooper,   of .Grand.  Forks,   has   been   appointed   deputy  sheriff for that locality.  Fire was built last week for the. first  time in the ��ew..-stac&ipf the"' Granby  smelter, near Grand Forks.  The chances for ice in Vernon are  so poor this year that the skating rink  ba* been sold and torn down.  John R. Reavis, ofthe Grand Porks  Miner, has assumed charge once, more  oi his older love, the ..Republic Miner.  Greenwood's   Hockey club won the  second game in the series ofthe British  Columbia   Hockey  League, at  Ross-J.  land last Saturday. 7  Owing to the open wc:it!ier the. rends!  i;i the southern part ohthe district arc !  in.a terrible coi)dition,.andstaging ana  MINERAL ACT, 18%.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  YVii.i.amkna Mineral claim, situate  in  the Kettle River Mining Division  of Yale District.  Where located���Greenwood camp.  Take notice that we, George W.  Rumberger, Free Miner's Certificate  No. B6450, and Alexander A. Mcintosh, Free Miner's Certificate No.  B6513, intendj 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 lie commenced  before.the issuance of such Certificate  of Improvements.  Dated this 22nd day of December,  1899.  Restaurant  Harijer & Thompson',  PKOPKMiTOIKv  Meals'at All Hours.  The Lest the Market  ..... Affords. .....  DOMINION AVENUE.  Phoentx, B. C.  ^������^������������������������������������M'>'M~M~f4'  THE BANK QF  SiMJkrk Sinerii.  Established in i8*f>.  Incorporated.,by Royal Charter.  I'AID-UP^JAPITAE, $4,866,666  RESFJi'Hi FUND .$1,460,000  (L^//   LON'OON OKKICK:  3 Clement's Larc, Lombard Street, E.C.  t D.  COUR'I  OK DlKKCTOKS:  J.H.Brodie, John James Carter, Gas-  pard Farrer, Richard H. Glvn, Henrv  I.R.Farrer, Ed. Arthur Hoa're, H.J.B.  Kendall, J.J.Kingsford, Fred Lubbcck,  George D. Whatman.  Secretary, A. G. Wa)lis.  Head office in Canada: St. James st.,  Montreal.  H. Stikeman, general manager.  J. Elmsley, inspector.  Dominion Avenue, Phoeniz, B. G  Tlie Leading Hotel of ike City*  Everything New Throughout.  MINERAL ACT 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPBOVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  j Thk Jokkr Mineral claim, situate in  the Kettle River Mini*"' Division  of Vale District.  j Where Located:���Greenwood Camp.  Take notice that we, Thomas B.  Garrison, Free .Miners' Certificate No.  B13128, Michael Sullivan, Free Miners'  Certificate No. B13156, and George  XV. 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 he.commenced  before the issuance of such Certificate  of Improvements.  Dotted this Sixteenth day of November, 1S90.  Phoenix Shoe Shop.,  All Work Guaranteed.    Imported Goods.  fine hoots and shoes made to  ORDKK.  PRACTICAL    MINERS*   AND   PROSPECTORS* SHOES   A   SPECIALTY.  Ceraer Phoenix St. aad Brooklyn Ave.  8���  -*-M-f4 ���M-f4>-f'f-M-f-*4"f4"��-f ���������������������  In The Supreme Court of British Columbia.  it  t  ii eight ing a're anything but a pastime  TJic W��y They Do In Pjoenlx.  An, Eastern exchange publishes the  /ollowing secret work ol the newspaper  press association: The enter sign consists 01 three kicks on the'sanctum door,  which will be given with deliberation.  You will then remove your bat and ad-  vun-ze to the centre of the room. Place  your-."-.right hand inside your pants  pcfcket, thumb'and finger tightly clasping two silver doll.n.s; extend the am  .and drop the two silver dollars into  ihe outstretched palm of the editor, and  .���it the same time say, "Send your paper  uj mo." The editor-in response will:  murmur, " Thank you," after which-voif  will be seated and tell him .jiiivljthe  news. If it should happen that \fou  are without  jia per ones.  silver   dpllars,   try  Church Services.  Presuvtekian.���Divine service ev-  'ery Sunday al 11 a.ni: and 7:30 o'clock,  Ironsides time, in the .schoolliouse.  ICverbody cordially invited.  D. A. Sikwakt, B. A.,  Presbyterian Missionary.  "Methodist.��� Preaching service will  lie held every Thursday evening,' at  7:30 o'clock, at-the "schoolliouse. Sermon by.Rev. B. H. Baldcrston: Cordial invitation to all.  In the matter of the   "Water   Clauses  Consolidation Act   iiSo7:'   and  the  "Companies Act 1897" and in the  matter   of the Phoenix Waterworks  Company, Limited.  Take Notice that  application will  be made to a  Judge  ot the  Supreme  Court of British Columbia at the Court  House in the  City   of Vancouver  on  Tuesday, the   27th   day of February  1900, at the hour of 10:30 o'clock   in -,  the lorcncon, or Vo soon   thereafter as  the said application, can be beard, for  the granting .of a certificate  pursuant  to Section   55 of the   "Water Clauses  Consolidation   Act,   1897,"' to  enable  the undersigned to construct andoper  -ate a waterworks system for   supplying  water in   the   unincorporated"'-locality  described as follows:���Sections Six (6)  jW(J  and Seven (7), in- Township  Seventy-  eight   (78) and Sections One(i), and  Twelve (12) in Township Seventy-nine  (79)GroiipOne(i), in the Osoyoos Division of Y;ile District  in the said   Province, comprising the Town of Phoenix  and tlie Rumberger  addition   thereto  and   the    Mineral    Claims   adjacent  thereto.  This Notjce was first published on  21  C. A. BALDWIN, Mgr.  Every thing in stock that  should be found in an Up-to-  date News and Stationery  establishment.   v  Daily Papers,  Magazines,  Books,  Stationery,  Pipes,  Tobaccos and  Cigars.  DOMINION AVENUE  Phcenix, B. C.  Agts. for Spokesman-Review-  i  ���  X  ���  ���������  ���������  ���  ������-���������������������^������������������-������������������-M-f-f-M-f-M-f-H^  BRANCHES IN CANADA.  London, rantford, Hamilton, Toronto." Montreal, Ottawa, Kingston, Quebec, St. John, N. B., Brandon, Winnipeg, Fredericton, N.B., Halifax, Victoria, Vancouver, Rossland, Kaslo,  TiTiii, . Ashcrpft, Dawson City, Klondike, N.W.T,, Greenwood, Atlin and  Bennett, B. C.  .      AC.ENTS IN THE UNITED STATES.  Spokane���Traders Nat. and Old Nat.  Hank. N.Y.r��� (52 Wall st.) W.Lawson  and J.C.Welsh, agents. San Francisco  (124 Sansome st.)H.J.McMichael and  J.R.Ambrose agents.  LONDON HANKERS.  The Bank of England and Glyn & Co.  KORKIGN AGENTS.  Liverpool���Bk. of Liverpool, Australia  -Union Bk. of Australia. New Zealand  Union Bk. of Aus., Bk of N.Z. India,  China and J��pan-Chartered Mer. Bk.  of India, London and China, Agra Bk.  XV. Indies-Colonial Bk. Paris-Marcu-  ard. Krauss & Co., Lyons-Credit  Lyonnais.  JOHN W.SMITIIjjictinr Mr/. Greenwood, B.C.  Best Brands of Liquors and Cigara,  Favorite Resort of Mining Men.  **& *^" Give us a CaD ^ *&  I. W. ABBOTT, Mgr.  ii  POSTY & WALKER  The Pioneer Merchants of the Camp,  still catering to a large share of the  trade.  Headquarters for Miners;  PHOENIX  BAKERY  C. W. Greer, Propr.  S]iecial Attention Paid to  Hotel, Family and Min-  ""���  ing Trade.  SHOP:  PHOENIX STREET,  REAR MORRI-K-&��� THOMPSON,  PHOENIX, B. C.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������A  Splendid   Assortment  of   CJothing, Groceries,  fliners' Supplies at Rock Bottom Prices.  DOMINION AVE., PHOENIX, B. C.  etc.  J. E FORTIN,  Dominion Avenue  Phokntx, B. C.  Shoes   made in  any  style.     Rubbers and Shoes repaired.  All kinds of. Leather Findings for sale.        Harness Repaired.  WEHAVEGOOD  F^*^^r     VV/'iT-in-nr'a L\ SHORT LENGTHS.  LJry     VV OOU GENERAL TRANSFER.  Delivered promptly by M. McINTYRE.  Leave orders at the B.. C. Telephone Exchange.  PERFECT REMEDIES.  Perfect Emulsion Cod Liver Oil  Perfect Foot Rest Potvders.  Perfect Headache Wafers.  7    Perfect Tonic Bitters.  Prescriptions Our  a     SPECIALTY.  J. B. BOYLE, Druggist.  The Most Discriminating Observers  Agree Unammously That  CANADIAN  PACIFIC RY;  AND SOO LINE.  Canada's National Highway  America's Great Transcoatine��tal Liae  and World's Pictorial Roale.  '*J'he direct route from Kootenay, Kettle  River and Boundary Creek Districts  to all points East and West.  JFirst-Class Slecpe/* 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.  3')irect Connection via Robson to and  from all Points. ��� \  iExCKPT. SUNPAV. . .   -EXCEP.T SUNDAY  .13:20 ��� Leave Greenwood' Arrive 16.1 o  :.���.'For' rates'   and', full ^.'inicrmation  address nearest local agent or,  E^PATH, Agent, greenwood, ,B. C.  H'.^.ANDERSdN, E.J.COVLK,  Tra'v.Pass.Agcnf;    "    A;G:.P.Agt. ���   j  .Nt'lscn,!'..(.'.    Vaiv:a:t/er, B.CI'  Thursday, the   25th day   of January,  1900.  Thk Piioi-nix Waterworks Co., Ltd.  By Hai.i.ktt & Shuv,  Their Solicitors.  Copper St.,'Greenwood, B. C.  THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE  UEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  Established 1S67.     *'(>"  PAID-UP-CAPITAL $6,000,000.  [Six Million Dollars.]   '  rest. . $1,000,000  President. ...... Hon. Gko. A. Cox.  General Manager B. E. Walker.  Ass't; Gen'l   Manager. J.H. Plummer.-  This; liank lias the largest number of  branches-of any-bank in Canada, with  agencies at New York, Chicago, New  Orleans,-Skagway and Dawson City.  E.C.KIETH&CO.  ���HANDLE   Beal Estate and  Mining Properties.  Copper properties Wanted.  Some choice lots in Phoenix  on Reasonable terms.  PHOKKIX, B. C.       '^;  Accounts of Coporations, Merchants  and Individuals received on favorable  terms.-  I )rafts, Commercial Credits, Travelers' Credits and Circular Notes issued  available in any part of the world.  ���' Approved Notes Discouiited; Collections made.  ���   y\  general Banking   business  tran  sacted  Greenwood Branch,    N  D. A. CAMERON,  Master.  EASTERN  s Bank,  KSTAllLlSKEI) 1S59.  Capital    -   ���-    ���*' -     -     $1,500^000  Reserve Fund    -   -.--���-     $835,000  hoard .Of directors:  R. XV. Hencker, President.  : Hon. M.-H.Cochrane, Vice-I'resv-  .Israel  Wood, J.. S. Mitchell,  G. Stevens, J. N. Galer, N.W. Thomas, C.H.  Kathan. H. B. Brown, Q. C.  Head Okkick, Shekhroqke, P.Q.  Wm.   Farwell, Gen'l Mgr., S. Edgell.  Local Mgr., S.F. Morey, Branch Inspector. ���  .URAXCHKS. j  ' Waterloo,W.I.BriggSjMgr.Stanstead, |  S. Stevens,  Mgr; Cowanville, J. Mac-)  kinnon,   Mgr.;  Coaticook,   B. Austin, i  Mgr.;  Richmond,   W. L.  Ball,   Mgr.;  Gianby, XV. H. Robinson, Mgr.; Bedford,   E. W. Morgan,   Mgr.;   Magog,  E. P. Oliver,   Mgr.; St. Hyacinthe, ).  J. Laframboise, Mgr.; Huntingdon, E.  M. Robinson, Mgr;;   Grand   Forks, J.  XV. Macloughl'm, Mgr. I  Agents in Montreal, Hank of Mon-j  treal; London; Eng. Nat. Bk. of Scot-;  land; Boston, Nat. Exclunje Bk.jNew!  York, Nat. Park Bank.  'Collections' made  at all accessible  points.    Drafts issued lor any required  amounts, good in all points in Canada,!  U. S. and ^urope. Exchange  bought j  and sold. [  Savings Branch Department at each j  office^ I  ]     Interest  allowed   from   date ofde-|  j posh and, com pounded annually with-  ' out'reqji.irii'tg attention   of   depositor  1 O.Ci.'.c-i'.ouTb: i'CV, tSiit. 0��*!u  1 o to :. :.  Is the coming town of the Entire  Boundary Country and has more  to back it.  The town now has about  SX^HaX-S  ��  It has a 'Water Works System, soon to be  completed to supply 5000 persons.  It   will   be lighted 'by electricity   in   th^  course of Thirty: days.  It is in sight of nine producing min^s that  are now ready to ship ore.  Lots have doubled in value since being put  on the Market.  For information, prices, ^etc, address  fp-  Corner Dominion Avenue and Phoenix Streett   _ ���PHOHNfIX, B;C i:'   '\\ r-r rr,y^"^~~   "���"r''~r-"~Tv'" <���  ._^v, ......  -T-i���;p  <. -.  i*.,/'J--i ^^"-���.:.-j1;^^%  ���������   ��-Ol. .-../-       '   -.'-      .    ;  ������ .,-y.r,:!  |^^.-'-'':V  &,^"';7r       '"���   i;  <  Hife::  <?������-.-  -.���\r--~ - ,-.--���>���  ,,-.,.  ���:ft3.!>7)S':-"'?V^,.��'.-.:-ffl-'  ,���.. ���v-;.'.w,*".  1'.  ffriKPHPHNflXPIONEKR.  Id,  .<:  Ji;ST  RKCKIVKD A STOCK  - OF LATKS'i'   Dl'SliiNS IN  ���  WALLPAPER  Afid SNOW SHOES  Also  a  complete  line of Stationery,  Blank Books, Cigars and Tobacco.  Dominion Avi:.     PHOENIX. B.C.  IN THE LOCAL FIELD.  L  h'":>  now  has  Co.,j  C. Crawford   visited   th.e. Forks  i. ������.'.-    ������       ��� -'  week. -.-,.,  Midway has received it�� first ail-  rail shipment of freight.  i'hoenix   Miners'   Union  upward* of 200 members.  ,,    The   Yale-Columbia   Lumber   _...,  '^has started another mill at Long Lake.-  Tucsday night   the  plumbers  and  eiitfitteis organized a union at dreen-  \wcd.  Stanley A. Eastoif, superintendent  ofthe Gold Diop was in Spokane this  Meek.  I". A. Carson, of Tacoma Wash., is  opening up an architect's office with  E. C. Keith it Co.  Hugh Mctiuire, of Grand Forks,  who is, interested'In Phoenix' lealt'y,  was in town Wednesday.  A. L. Reeve arrived from Silverton  this week and has taken a position  with the Wni. Hunter Co.  ��� /. .Constable Darraugh   went  to 1 Cas-  ���   cade  Thursday for  a  two  or   thiee  day's trip on official business.  The Miners'   Union is figuring  on  ��� giving an opening bail in the new hall  Oil the evening o,fiFebruary 2211 J.  " .' 'Las't'.TJyi'rsday the 141st anniversary of''the birth of Bobbie Burns,  Scotland's great poet, was ,not cetebrat-  i,., .ed.iii.Phoenix.   ���..   -  : ��� , .The Columbia Baths .were opened  -   by-R. L. Miles   under -the -Columbia  hotel this week.    Hot,   Cold,-.sea  .. and medicated .baths can be had  ... .'...., jiif ���  F. R. Ray, of Spokane, who is  well known as an operator in Cuba,  San Francisco and Alaska, as well as  the Koo'tenays, was in town Tnursday  for the first time.  |. Morris, of Crow  &  ..Morris,   im-  po'rteis of cigars, Rossland,  Was   look-  I ing over Phoenix Thuisday.    His firm  i already   has brandies in   Greenwood  ! ahh Grand Forks, and,   wM  probably  put one inhere in the sp.iiig.  Last Saturday a dozen of the prorn-  inent concerns in I'hoenix, united in  sending a telegram to Hewctt linstock,  M. P., requesting his influence towards  establishing a money order office at  once in connection with the Phoenix  postoffice���something that has been  urgently needed here for months. :. ���  Boundary Crssk License; District.  'Notice'isjicreby given that the undermentioned persons have made application under the provisions of the  "Lupior License Act, 1899," lor hotel  licenses at the places set opposite their  respective names:  j. Bergman, Phoenix, li. C;  A meeting of the Board of-License  Commissioners of the Boundary Creek  District will be held to consider  such  apjilications at the Lancashire Hotel,  Trail, on Friday, the 9th day of February, 1900; at 10 a.m. of said day.  .���   '      1). J. Darkauck..'  ������'"'���  Chief License Inspector,'  Boundarv Creek District,  Groceries, Hardware, Tinware,   Clothing,  Boots   and   Shoes,  and General Supplies.  Special attention Paid to Mining TVacJe  Old Sronsidcs Ave. and Dominion Ave., PHOENfX, B. C.  ��� ' ' ' ���  ,Old residents say that there is not  more rtian 'half as much snow this  seiisbn as usual.. Last year, at this  time, there were three feet on a level.  M.rs. Reid Crowell and her mother,  Mrs'C.'h'. Boss, of Bossbttrg, returned  froni that town this week. ��� Mr. Crowell is employed at the Old Ironsides  mine.        ',ij     ' -  '  It is snid'thnt everything, is in readiness to begin the' clearing'of right-of-  way for the Greenwood-Phoenix rrafn-  ; - way   line1 as  soon  as  the charter is  grAnted.- .    . ���  ". Officer Darraugh, early this week,  gave a notorious gambler just 15 min-  uties to leave town, said gambler having, returned." after being warned to  make tracks.  Chas. A. McCHing & Co. have begun work on their building on Standard  avenue, to be used for the feed" and  produce business, the stock for which is  now en route.  Postmaster Matheson received two  letters on Thursday, Jan: 25th, both  postmarked the 23d. One was from  Vancouver, and th'e other from Cascade.    Verbum sap. :-7  George Breakehridge has begun cutting ice on his pond on the. New York  claim, It is about 14 inches thick,  and many tons will be salcly housed  lor next summer's use.  The C. P. R. has rented buildings  for storage of freight at Greenwood  that is not promptly-called for on  arrival, for which the consignees will  have to foot the bills.  ��� Manager Woodard, of the Boundary  Creek. Telephone Co., has been in  town several times'this week, endeavoring to impiove the wretched service  being given by his company.  Elmer D. Hall, one of the proprietors of the Pioneerj w ho has recently  recovered from a three months siege  ���if typhoid fever, arrived in Phoenix  Thursday and will icnviin here.  The wrestling match between W. J.  Sandry, of Phoenix, and Jim Woods,  of Greenwood, at Greenwood last  Friday night' resulted in the5 latter .receiving the reieree's award on a foul.  The attendance at th'e Phoenix-pub  lie school is. steadily growing, it now  lacing 28 daily. It will soon outgrow  the present limited (piarters, and a  new and more commodious building  will be needed.  Stage men and  freighters  are hoping (or more  snow,  as  the hill   near  Greenwood i.s bare in  spots.    Mandel  it Murphy's Phoenix  stage,  which-b  dicing a large business, runs  part   way  \ en wheels and tlie rest on runners.  The professional men of Phoenix  sent a challenge to thepiolessional men  ��f Greenwood early in the week to  meet them in a hockey match. The  notice proved too short; however, it is  hoptid a game can be arranged in the  near future.  Another meeting of those interested  La forming ��t Knights of Pjthias 'lodge  in Phoenix will be held over Foley  3&ros. store next Tuesday evening. A  mil attendance is requested by the  .committee jn charge, Messrs. "Clatk,  Thompson and.Crane.  Nlbticc.       ..   c  NoTici: is herby given that an application: will: be made to the Legislative Assembly ofthe Province of'British Columbia at its next session, for an  Act to ��� incorporate a Company, with  power to construct, equip, njain.tain,  and operate telephone and telegraph  lines within and throughout the Prov-|'Jj��  ince of British Columbia, and to con-: ������  struct, erect, and maintain such and so  many poles and. other works arid devices as the-Company deem necessary  completing, 'supporting. I ��-l  ��� -+-  ��� 4-  ��� �����-  ��� 4-  ��� 4-  ��� +-  ��� ���*-  ��� ���*-  ��� ���  ��� ���*-  ��� ���  ��� ���*-  <��-<���  ��� ���*���  04-  ��� 4-  ��� 4-  ��� 4-.  ��� 4-  '��>  o4-  ���~*l  Has  .ITCHELLy>  Fme Custom Tailo*.  opened up a Choice Line of Imported and Domestic  Goods, which he will malic up in the Latest '���  .   Style and warranted to fit.  Adjoining Black's Hotel, Dominion Ave.  _���  -   ,���__���-��� -Phoenix, B. C.  ���f*  ������������  ��� ���  ���*������  The No^en Hotel  J. K; AHLMSTROM,. Man.wkk.  :   Fine Wines,  Liquors and Cigars.  DOMINION AVENUE. ...        -        PHOENIX,  B."C.  4��  -���������  i4-*-4.4-M-4.44-+4-A4.4>-4"f'4'4-4.44-^-i"f+4. 4>4-M-4-4-4-4-f-44-M-4-f4-4-4-44-44- ���  ***'*t*������.it*s****��ec*������* ����co����*��������������*��i��***o����o��  salt   mr  working,  operating and main-  'tjii.ning the system of communication  by telephone and ��� telegraph, and to  open or break r.p any part or'parts of  th,e said highways' of streets as otten  as the said Company, its agents, officers or workmen think proper, and for  the purposes' of-thc undertaking to purchase, -acquire, or lease, and hold and  sell antLdispo.se of lands, buildings or  tenements within the limits aforesaid,  and to purchase or lease, for any terhT  ofyears, any telephone or telegraph  line established, or to" be established,  in British Columbia,- connected, or  to be connected- vyith the, line which  the Company, may, constructs �����nd to  amalgamate with or lease;;.its line or  lines, or any portion or portions thereof, to any companyi-possessing, as ]iro-  prietor,' any line of telephones or.'tele-'  grajih communication connecting, or.  to 15c connected, .with.the said Company's line or lines, and to borrow  money for the purposes of tXe Company, and to pledge or mortgage any  of the Company's assets for that pnr-  pose, and to receive bonuses or privileges from any.person or body corporate, and with all other usual, necessary  or incidental���������:.rights; "powers or privileges as may be ^necessary' or incidental  to the attainment of the above, objects,  or any of them.  Dated th is: 15 th d ay of 1 )ecember,  1899. J. R. Brown,  Solicitor for the Applicants.  If  1 ���  O  I  I  1  ��  .'���"- 00 TO THE  ���-���-��-���-���-���-��f-��-  -���-���-������^���-���l  ALDrlAn& BLUNT,  Mink Surveyors,  and ���.Draughtsmen.  Phoenix, B. C.  . .   "'���   .;.- '������ V  Phoenix Feed and Produce Co*S��j  -,'....','.'/::; ; FOR' YOUR' : "''���'":. J--7' " " '  Hay, Grain, Flour and Feed.  just   Received   a Carload  of 'Calgary- Oats, and Carload of Hay  ! MAPLE LEAF HOTEL  TWIST & SANDERS, Props.  Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigara  Always, on Hand.  OLD IRONSIDES. A VENUE,  ^-  PHOENIX, B.C.  X -Choice Butter Always on hand.  Warehouse: Corner  Phoenix Street and, Brooklyn Avenue;  -��-���" '# 0;9-*-9-+-+-&- ~0-G-Q-Q-Q~G-9-*-9-9-  9:  ���:������"���. i  ��-��-��  DOMINION AVE., PHOEMIX, B; tv.  The Pioneer Hotel  )  ��x��Ai<.tr.-  awmlll  DONALD McRAE, PRorRiETOH.     '  Rough and Planed Lumber, Flooring, Shiplap, Rustic and  SHINGLES ON HAND. '���������������  We are prepared to furnish dimension timbers.      '���'.'��� 7  Mill Located Two Miles West of Phbenix, B. G.  Finest Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars always in Stock  Comfortable and well. Furnished Rooiiis.  Btemner &  Watchmakers, Jewellers  ....and Opticians....  Eine Watch. Repairing of all  Kinds.    Prices Reasonable.  COLUMBIA-'HtofEL,  ,- 7 7 ���';'.'���'���. Phoknix, 1!. (  Formerly of Sandon.  Merchant Tailors.  Ar2 now open" with a full and Complete,  ..'.:��� 7,7:  Assortmentof the Latest Patterns in Suitings  Overcoatings, Etc.^  Cor. Phoenix St. and Brooklyn Ave., Phoenix, B. C>  First-Class Dini!i��: I{oor.i .ind Attentive Waitom.  ~7~"       HARRY NASH,Proi\  <KKKH>0<)<>00;0<>-0<>0-Oh6<K^O<^^  Thz Town  In the Heart of Famous Greenwood Cami  ���^*-M��f-f-f-f44-��-��-f  THK BRST UKEK IN TOWN' I�� JIADK ltY THK  ELKHORN BREWERY  The  Electee Company  Arq now prepared to undertake tlie installing of lights on  the premises of intending consumers. Hel'or'e any building  i.s connected to the Company's!  'mains*, the wiring will have.to j  be inspected by an officer of!  . the Company. All work must|  be done-in accordance with the  .rules of |K\J! National Board' of i  Underwriters. Prices,and any-  further particulars can be obtained at the office of the Company located,on. Deadwood  street.  QrecAV.'ood Electric ���0.   .  Greenwood, B. C.  Patronize Home Industry.  The Elkhom Lager contains only pure Malt and Hops.; '-Try' it!     It'is |  kept on draught or in bottles by all the leading-hotels: ��� ���  PORTMANN  BROS. & CO.  Proprietors.  The Coming Rossland of  the Boundary Country.  ���������+������������ ������������������������������������ *-���  250 Feet from the Brooklyn Plant.       y  One-Half .mile from the Ironsides and ��nob Hill niinc��>  -      Railroad now being completed passes through the to>rn.  Centre of six of the most prominent mines in the entire  Boundary, all of which are producers. Plenty of pure watef  from lake on the property.  Columbia. Baths and'--Barber S  Baths 50c? 3 for $J.O0  Under Columbia Hotfl,  Phoenix, B. C  R. t. MILES, Prop;.  For Prices and Terms, apply to  J.UclI!tl r ; WffiEJ!  telolifeU      ;. OwfW  <KH>C-0<>-CKKM>0^<)-CKK>0<W.<>��<>''0^^  %^t{M:^fV.^{i^ .. '."' ' ������:--:s:-r-.: ���:���...-  ,.;. r.-r:..:.......... -     -_���_���-_ _'__.' ���  '"   -':'"'  g;,7-^".!I^  R^~,��?^^!PfTrr*J"''yW^q^^.fr^��l-t'"','^'"^V"'' Ui1J-��i��"jl't' '*i< �����"/*��� ��� ;i ii.i,iiht��. !������������?��� ij. l M"Rvi^ ��I" w "J Vt ' ��' T* < iW   ��" ��� >���' I niyi m^l��f"ni     '   "> 'h l| /  "~Hii'jl.��MHJUi'Jir��'f'ir"��."timr    *���r��"     ' <l"  A   ''"^'i.'T'i.l, "",     n^ii"-.   ���-' "  r~i \:-.   ��      t  , H> ��"   3 -        ��   >1J    <     '" 1<t , Vj"    r   ' ,   \ rT\1 -^ 1> rtv ii..'   0V"#   "     1 1      t i''t3"Jj,  '���'   " "i

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