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The Phoenix Pioneer Jul 20, 1901

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Array Nu'niiulnirciuip ill I lie ilouililnrj  |�� mtnictliiii   more   mtciitluii   tltun  g PHOENIX*  jfiou ttiuli ��' uc-lif the- inliiliii:  hikI irnenil itcuii <T tills cii!i|> mill  ih�� lioumJui). milmcrilw tu the  i'lior.Nix  l'.uNi'iK    .   : .   .   .  During the  year  uunug me  year   J900   100.OOO1  TONS OF one   were ���hipped from  the mine* of  .::::::   i   ;,j  *PHO��NM'X'Vr1  Fur the fimt fi��e motiths of 1901  over 90,000 tons cf ore were shipped,01  at the rete of 200,000 (oiik annually.  -  1  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District.  Vol. II.  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, JULY 20,  1901.  No.' 36.  H. K. CO., Ld��  Wi  \VK CAHKY TIIK  LAKGKST (iKN-  KMAL STUCK IN  THK CITY AND  WE AHK    :  A  The  Leading  Grocers  <cr  Sports   in  Labor  Phoenix   on  Day.  Fresh Fruits and Vegetables  Choice Canadian and American    Dairy  Specially  Selected,   arriving  weekly,  so  customers can feel sure that they  and good.  Products  that our  are perfectly fresh  , Family trade a specialty. Prompt delivery to any part  of the city. The smallest parcel promptly delivered. Bedrock prices that are unequalled.  Call and See.  OUR STYLISH PRY G0OI���S AND  RENTS  I NO DKIMKTMKNTS.  FURNISH-  J.ADIhS have you tried the celebrated IM1  Shoe. If not, why not? It will pay you  to give them a trial.  In Children's Shoes we ha\e a large assortment.  Men's Fine Shoes in tans and  blacks and we  can fit the smallest to the largest foot.  Miners' Shoes, we lead in the race.  Just received a shipment of Miners'  Waterproof Shoes to retail  at $4.00.      They   are  daisies.    Ask to see them.  Hardware Specialties  Stoves and  House Ftunisliiiigs,   Builders' Supplies,  Sash and Doors, Mining Supplies.  m  Wis t  i  &|B��W>#>i  Gcncinl   Merchants, Old Ironsides Avenue, Phoenix  P  ft?-! .  vw  n)eet at cr  Morrin, Thompson & Co.  0000000000060000000000:00000000000000000000000  We have made arrangements fcr a lar��e  supply of FRUITS for preserving. These will  , be due in about two weeks or less and will include Peaches, Plums, Pears, Apricots, Prunes,  Cherries, Gooseberries, Raspberries, Etc., and  we can sell them at a price that it will pay to  put them up. Leave us your orders in advance,  so that you may be sure of getting the fruit in  good shape.  We have made a special price on Sugar to  enable customers to put fruit up at the right  price. Gem Jars, all sizes. Pints, Quarts and  Half Gals, at $1.25, $1.50 and   $1.75 per  dox.  McCormack's Biscuits to  hand this week. We are  sole agents^ for this line  in Phoenix and theg__are  by far the Choicest Line  95L the Markets^ -.jfrgjj;  box of the Famous Jersy  Cream Sodas.  You can make Jio: mistake by giving us your  o-rocerv orders.    All Ave ask is a trial order.  We will be in our new quarters on Dominion Ave. by the end of next week, and extend a  heartv invitation to .all residents; of Phoenix; .to  visit us in the most complete Hardware and  grocery Establishment in the Boundary.  OOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOO 00006000000000600000  IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH  Both Phones  DOMINION and OLD IRONSIDES AVE.  m  MORE   COMMITTEES    APPOMTbD  Program Is Being Ouflined-$50l) Will Likely  Be Hunt; Up Fur Drilling Contests���  Another Meeting To.Night.  l.nst Sntiiiduy owning the general  rnniiuiticc in rhaige of the Labor Day  cclclmilion, held a well attended 'meeting nt the school house. It was stated  tlint the citi/eiis of Gicenwnod had  been intending to celebiate Lnboi  Day, hut would put ofT theii celebia-  lion till the day altei, if the people of  l'lioc!iii\ would cooperate with them  011 that day. Mi. Ht'inenway did not  think the mines would stop wotk loi  two dayt on account of the recent  ariangcincitt by which theii mines arc  closed Sundays.  The sccrc-taiy was instructed to extend an invitation to neighboring  towns to unite with Phoenix in the  celcbi anon.  Tile finance I'ommittce reported  that they had not finished theii woik.  About $1,400 had beer, pionirsed, and  it was expected to laise at least $2,000,  and jrossrbly inoie.  A piesi coiu.nittee was appointed,  consisting ol \V. H. Bambury, V.  Moiinier and John Keaidon. Said  comniiitec called to meet Monday  evening at school bouse.  A committee on piogiam was appointed, consisting ol 1*. J. Hollahan  (Millets' Union), Robert Scott (Carpenters' Union), Gepige McKenrie  (Clerks' Union), J. 'J1. Lawrence  (Cooks and Waitci.s Union), S. C.  Mitchell (Fedeial Laboi Union),  Charles Sclulm (liar has' Union),  Kimei Hall (P) pogiaphical Union),  J. 1'. Hemenway, Thos. Hardy and  J. E. W. 'riiompson. Said committee  to meet at school bouse Monday evening J illy 15 (9 p. m )  The tianspoit.ition committee appointed consisted ot G. W.Rumbergei,  ouei and W. B. Willcox, to  cail of ch'aiiman.  ,�� It wa<- oideied that $50 or $75 be  expended by the pioper committee in  impioviny the ball giound.  A committee on patade was appointed, consisting of James Duubai,  James Daily, Mi. Hallow, J. T. Law-  rente and John Keaidon, to meet on  call ol chahm.in of committee.  A committee on general   decoiation  was appointed, < onsisting of  V.   Mon-  tiici, Beit Dcttlici and 'I honias Haidy.  James   Duubni   was a])poimed niai-  slia.II 01 the day.  The seciet.uy was lequested to confer with different mining companies to  see if they will not stop woikloi Labor  Day and the da) alter in order to permit of an anangement with Green  wood in telation to their celebration.  Meeting adjourned until Sa'uiday,  [uly 20th, at 9 o'clock p. in., at which  time all ��� ommitlees aie requested to  be present.  Some of rlic Events.  The vaiious committees Jield meetings this week, ano repent good progress thus lar. The program committee has outlined some ot the events, as  lollows, subject to change:  Parade of all labor organizations  and secret societies.  Double hand dulling contest.  Single hand diilling contest  An dulling contest at the Gloiy  Hole.  Bo\s' diilling contest.  Football match loi the championship of Southern British Columbia  and a,purse of $200.  220-yard dash.  100-yard dash.     .'   ���  50-yard prospectors' race.  220-yard hurdle race.  ' 1 100-yard race lor boys.  s  50-yard race for girls.  Caledonian Sports.  Throwing 16-pound hammer.  ���' Throwing 56-poundweight.  Putting 16-pound shot.  Tossing caber.  Running hop, step and jump.  Running broad jump.  Running high jump..  Standing broad jump.  Wood chopping contest.  Tug of War.  '.  ���  Tennis tournament.  Ball in evening.  Work to be Started Here Soon.  James-H. Kennedy, chief engineer  of the V., V. & E. railway, came up  from Grand Forks last Sunday on  company business. , While in Phoenix  he stated that the actual work of grading at the Phoenix end of the line  would begin very shortly, as it was intended to get the road built and running; by next Winter. This will require the starling of the work up here  at an early date.  FOR   SIDEWALKS   AND  FLUMES.  City Will Bu> lie Lumber for These Purposes  by lire Car Load,  At Wednesday's meeting ol the city  council, Mayor Kumberger and Councilman Clark, Morrin, Punch, Marshall and Roy weie present, Alderman  Mclnnis being the only absentee.  Two communications weie read by  the clerk.' One was from the newly  organized fire brigade, asking for the  appointment of J. 'F. Hemenway as  fuc chief. This the council-unanimously ratified. The other was from  filtcen musicians and others, asking  the council mi a^i&t'ince, to ttie  amount of $300, in purchasing band  instimucins. The .'council could not  at this lime see itsVay clear to granting this request,  On the recommendation of the  finance committee,' the following accounts weie oideied paid:  k-V*-*%'%'%'VfeVt-Vfe*'*'**'?  Our Mines  .smelters.  LATE NEWS  NOTES  FROM  THE  SEVERAL  CAMPS.  1)1', Ci. P. tinnloll, Willi!.V 425 00  (iictoiwcoil Kit ell its Co    a 80  Columbia Tcliiilionc* Co    2 fiO  I'loiiftT Publishing Co 25 <K>  Jnlrii HfiiderHnn,  lnb>r    it 75  Y,ile-Coliiii>l>irt Lumber Co   14 80  Total    tfi :)5  Street Impiovemenls Loan By-Law  No. 25 was lead, iand the city clerk  ordered to give due notice to the electors. The day of election was set as  Monday, August 5tlit at the city office,  and the city clerk was appointed re-  lurning officer.  The city clerk was instructed to  secme piices on 'lumber by the cai  load to be used in sidewalks and  flumes on Dominion avenue, and the  tity engineer was'asked to furnish  plans and specifications for the construction of the flume. This woik  must be done before the grading of  that part of the sticet can begin.  The board of woiks was instructed  to lay a sidewalk in (rout of the McMillan block and licllevue hotel on  Knob Hill avenue. " ���  Will Have Two Teachers.  When the Phoenix public school  opens next month in the new school  building, now in process of erection,  there will be two lnsliuctois to teach  the young ideas of the little Phoenicians how to shoot. Secretary  Malheson, of the--, school board, has  received official notice from the department of education that the additional teacher asked for will he allowed at the coniing*Senn of school.  Accordingly, Mi, Matheson has advertised in the coast papers for a  teacher, who will receive $70 per  mouth, and has something like twenty  replies thus far. A selection will be  made shortly. The second teacher  will probably receive a salary of about  $50 per month.  One day last week the B. C. mine  ship|>cd 12 cars of 01 e.  This last week the Granny smeltei  at Gi.tnd Forks, treated 4,519 tons ol  ore.  For the first time since the ma  chinery was installed at the No. 7  mine, in Central camp, a car of 01 c  was sent out to the Greenwood smeltei  last week, to be lollowed by others.  K. J. Wilson, manager of the Stand-  aid I'yntic Smelting Co., of liuundaty  Falls, is quoted in the Spokane papeis  this week as saying that the smeltei  would stait operations as soon as the  Sunset mine could give p steady ton  nagc of 300 tons daily, which seemed  likely with funhei development.  Parties who claim to be in a position  to know, asseit that it is virtually decided that the smelter to be creeled  by James Ureen, manager of the Dominion Copper Co., will be located on  the north fork of the Kettle river,  directly opposite the Granby smelter,  and that the latter company will furnish ponei for the new reduction  works.  Last Monday night a meeting of  some 20 shareholders in the Wateiloo  Mining Co., the propeity of which is  in Camp McKinncy, was held at  Greenwood, the object being to consider the reorganization of the 1.01 pora-  lion on an assessable basis. About  200,000 shares are said to have been  represented, and an effoit will be  made to arrange for reorganization.  It is asserted that, with good management and $15,000 in the tieasury, the  property could be 'nude-to pav-divi-  dends.  HEMENWAY  IS FIRE CHIEF;  Contract for a New Building.  Thomas Hardy has let a contract  foi the erection of his new building  to be elected' on the south side ol  Dominion avenue, a few doois west of  P. Bums & Co., to R. A. Scott., The  stiucture will be two stoiics high, with  a high basement, making piactically  thiee stories. The. ground floor will_  have a 14-foot ceiling. When completed the building will be occupied  by Mr. Haidy foi his grocery business  and A. P. McKenzie & Co., the druggists. The second floor will be fitted  up for the use of fraterrial societies.  The  building  will   be   25x60  feet in  j size.  I  !  X  f  ���l/tfr  &^^M^M^M^8^^^  PHOENIX BRANCH ORE SHIPMENTS.       g  Tlie fo!lo��ing tnblc givei the ore shipments of Fliocmx llranch and other BouiKtnry  nuts tor 1900, for the past week, for 191)1. anil the total to date.���  Old Ironsides, Knob Hill  and Victoria   14. C. Mine   Golden Crown   Winnipeg   Athelstan   Snow shoe   Brooklyn   R. Cell ._.  Totals, tons   Mother Lode, Deadwood,  Othei Boundary mines  64.533  '9.494  2,500  '.075  1,200  300  '5��  S9.252  5.340  3.1 So  Week  4,488  Totnls  Was Chosen at Last Tuesday Nijht's Meeting  of Brigade,  Last Tuesday evening a meeting of  the citizens was held in , the school  house to complete the organization of  a fire biigade. T. 'Hardy occupied  the chair. The report of the committee appointed at a previous meeting to  draft a constitution and by-law's was  received and the by-laws weie adopted  clause by clause.  r J. V. J (emenway. who has had a  wide experience with volunteer fire  brigades, was chosen as chief and J.  K. W. Thompson was appointed assistant chief. P. C. .McAithtir and J.  K. Mills weie elected secietnry and  ticistirer respectively. The executive  committee consists of the chief and  Messis. I). McMillan and T. Haidy,  and the finance committee of Messrs.  A. 1'. Mackenzie, John Riot dan and  K. W. Monk. The fire apparatus  ordered by the city is expected shortly  and on its arrival fire drill will begin  immediately.  J    IN AND AROUND PHOENIX,    i  Dave McBeath, contractor, ot Nelson, was an arrival last Tuesday.  For the year ending June 130th, the  Greenwood postoftice issued $46,000  in money oiders.  Abbott it Mooney have taken an  inteiest in a hotel at Cascade, ana  have rented the Butte to Frank Go-  101ih.  Alderman Marshall made a trip  over the line ol the new wagon road  from Phoenix to Summit camp last  Wednesday.  For Sale���A fine walnut secretary's  desk and some household furniture.  Apply to J. K. Mills, Agent, Morrison-  Andeison block.  Tuesday an engine got off the rails  on the Knob Hill spin, and as there  weie no section men handy the train  men had to put it on again.  The V., V. & E. suivey in Phoenix  tails foi   a 4o-loot nestle to he built  s  Large Phoenix Properties,Are  Now Doing This.  1:8,175  27,001  5.S��  375  40  1 So  5.S98  2,010  146,281  44,680  82,808'^,!  4r,.495 hi*  2,500 n.  1,125  >.75��  675   ..  150 P.?  180 v|  v>  f  n  *.'���!  97.772        7.9��8      19'.461  ' 35.68J  50,020  3.680 ^  >s"  2S9..5S3  Giand Totals, tons..   Excavation for the $15,000 Bank  block is finally completed, and tons  Of rock have been gotten out for the  foundations. The masonry work will  probably be started next week.  Kelly  Merrymakers  Coming.  Friday evening, August 2nd. the  Kelly Merrymakers will appeal at  Mineis' Union Hall. In regard to  the entertainment the Calgary Hciald  sajs:  "The show was a great success.  For two hours without a moment's  stop tlie'audience was either shrieking  at the gags Of the experienced fun  producers or admiring their'musical  specialties, In less than two minutes  alter their entrance the Kellys had  the audience tickled . in seventeen  places. Kelly wore the remnant of a  beard like unto the ornament that  Caesar's black goat sported under, his  nether lip. Also, he wore an infectious smile and a new suit of a  pattern not before seen Within- the  pale of'civilization."      ���  WAR ON THE   STOVE PIPES.  Police  Spokane's Big Fair.  Spokane will hold an industrial fair  irom September 10th to.-21st this  year. It will be on a scale of'ma'g-  nificence unparallelled in the history  of the city, although previous efforts  have always been remarkably successful. Over $25,000 wiil be disbursed  by the management in connection  with premiums, purses for horse racing  and providing attractions for   visitors.  T. W. Holland, of Grand Forks,  who has been for some weeks in the  east, has returned, and states that the  .Grand Forks and Republic railway  will certainly be built.  It is believed that Ed. Rowe and  John Taprill, the two miners who  "were hurt in the Snowshoe mine last  week, will not lose their eyesight, as  was at first feared. They are being  treated in Spokane.  Fire Chief Hemenway and  Chief of  McMillan Gite Notice.  Fie Chiet Hemenway, who was  chosen as such at Tuesday evening"1-  meeting, and endorsed the next ua>  by the city council, is already doing  some good work, assisted by Assistant  Chief I'liompson and Chief of Police  McMillan. This week thev have  visited a number of buildings in the  city limits that are not- supplied with  brick or stone chimneys and warned  the owners that chimneys in accordance  with the fire by-law must be put in at  once. Mr. McMillan has also posted  a formal notice to this effect, and after  another week those who do not conform to the by-law will be prosecuted I  by the city officials.  Section   2   of  Fire  By-Law  reads as follows:  "No fire shall hereafter  be  or permitted to be used in any  ing within the city of  Phoenix  has not a properly  constructed  No. 4,  lighted  build-  which  brick  or stone chimney, commencing at  least thirty .inches, below the ceiling of  the lowest story on which the same is  used, and continuing up through the  roof for at least thirty inches."  Several persons have been: violating  this by-law, and the proper officials  propose to put a stop to it at once.  Ask for the Miners'  Clear Havana filler.  Union  The little town of Russell, just  across the line from Cascade, is experiencing a little boom once more, as  aresnltof the new railway construction.  Several saloons have already opened  for business. Cascade is also repotted as improving in a business way.  acioss the gulch directly in the real ol  the (Pioneer office.  Another clerk has been added to  the force in the Eastern Townships  Bank in Phoenix, in the person of J*".  G. White, loi merly of Grand Forks.  George 1). Cui tis, the Nelson architect, who has chaige of the construction of the McMillan block, was  registered at the Knob Hill Hotel  Tuesday.  Several rooms have been added to  the capacity ol the Victoria hotel this  week, by fitting up the basement.  1'his hotel is frequently full to overflowing. ���  Geoige Rumberger and V. Mourner went down on \esterday's train to  Cascade, and will expert the Mountain View and Russell mines, just back  ol Russell.  There is nothing specially new in  regard to the Rossland stiike this  week. Both sides lemnin firm, and  there is eveiy evidence of the stiuggle  being a long one.  Thomas Millei, one of the Greenwood aldeimen, died last week at Los  Angeles, where he had gone in search  ol better health. I le came to Greenwood first in 1896.  Cha's I). Huntei. of the local  bianch of the Hunter-Rendrick Co.,  Ltd., has been spending the week on  hi-, monthly visit to the Sandon bianch.  He is expected back tonight.  Di. II. A. Whillans, who was located  in Phoenix a )ear and a hall ago, but  who later moved to Princeton, was  man red by Falhei Pat to Miss Maiy  S. Dunlop, at Fan view a few days ago.  Sub-contractors  on   the  lure ol" the  new railway being built into the Boundary Irom Maicu>, Wash., aie getting  their outfits on the ground   and begin  ning the actual work of construction.  N. Jerry, formerly of Sandon, but  who has been successfully wooing the  fickle goddess in the Klondike since  1897, arrived'in town Thursday. He  will take a trip to the old country  soon.  |. II. McKec.hnie, of Granby, Que.,  with a party of other directors, of the  Granby Co., is expected in Phoenix  next week. Mr. Miner, the president  of the company, will probably be in  Phoenix in September.  'John Christian was sued by the  Wynkoop^S'tepheiis Trading Co. for  a debt of $35 in' the small debts court  this week. He claimed to have paid  the amount, but could not show a receipt, and so had judgment rendered  against him, which he paid.  St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church  services tomorrow as usual at 11 a. m.  and 7:30 p. m., conducted by the  pastor, Rev. J. M. Millar, M. A.  Sunday school and Bible class at 3  o'clocK. A cordial invitation is extended to'all to attend these  services.  Capt. H. Cock and wife, of New  South Wales, were visitors in Phoenix  yesterday, and were shown over the  Granby properties by Supt. Williams.  The captain is a mine and smelter  superintendent in Australia, and this  is the first vacation he has had in 40  years,'on which he is enjoying a trip  around the world,  IT IS A MEW  IDEA  IN MIMING  luu(nraled Lett Saaday For The First'  Time���Idea of President Miser���Snow-  shoe Alio.  For the first time in the history of  the Boundary countiy the htigcst  mines in this section, the Old Ironsides, Knob Hill and Victoria, were  closed last Sunday. The whistle was  not blown, and not a man was kept at  work except those needed to keep the  machinery and pumps running, etc.  This new departure will be the rule in  these properties hereafter. It is understood that this has always been the  idea of Mr. S. H. C. Miner, president  of the Granby Co., and that he wished  to inaugurate it some time ago. , Now  that the development and shipping departments are in the best rof j running  order, and able to send the smelter its  needed quota of 606 or more tons  every day, the' plan is being permanently put into practice. >  With many miners it has long been  a firm belief that a mine could not be  run to the best advantage unless it  was worked every day of the year. In  fact it has been asserted that miners  did not care to work only six days per  week. Mr. Miner, however, thinks  differently, and believes that the company and the workmen themselves are  the better off for the one day of rest  in seven. He is now putting his  theory, in regard to conducting the '  mines in which he is interested, into  effect. For the present some shipping  will be done on Sundays, but after a.  little no ore will be sent out from the  big Phoenix producers except on week  days.  The Snowshoe mine is also shut  down now on Sundays, but the Brooklyn, owned by the Dominion Copper  Co., is still running as usual, seven  days per week.        -     . ,  TENDERS FOR STREET GRADING.  Blps to be Submitted to City Clerk by Eight  This Evening.  City Clark McMillan has issued the  following call for tendeis for street  giading: , 1 ,  Sealed tenders will be received by  the Corporation of the City ot Phoenix, B. C, foi the following street  grading.  Dominion avenue from the west side  of Cimeron street to east side of  School stieet.  School street from south  Dominion avenue to south  Knob Hill avenue.  Knob Hill avenue from  street to west side of Second street.  Specifications, piofiles and details  of quantities may be seen at the city  engineer's office.  All tenders must be addressed to  the city clerk, marked '-street giade  tender," and must be sent in by 8 p.  m. Saturday, July 20th. 1901.  Security will be lequiied foi the  work to be perfoinied.  The lowest or any tendei not necessarily accepted.  side  side  School  At  the Glasgow  Exhibition.  Angus K. Stuart, of Greenwood,  who represents British Columbia at  the Glasgow exhibition, has this to say  legardmg the mining exhibit:  "The   mineral   exhibit   is attiar-ling  threat attention .hem and it is quite impossible to supply me with  too  much  information of all kinds.     I am   doing  my   best  hut   would be much obliged  if the provincial government,   and the  rni'iuig  community   generally,   would  keep' supplying, me  with  detailed information of every kind, so as'to facilitate   my   work.    At   least  the British  Columbia   mining   papers   might   be  sent   to  me as  long as the exhibition  iasts.    Personally,   I believe  that the  mineral  exhibit will   help   immensely  to   make   our resources  understood,  especially   if,   after    this'    exhibition  closes,   the  collection   is   sent   onto  London and placed there in   the city,  so  that  it  can  be  viewed by people  practically interested in mining."-"  Joseph H. Graham has resumed the v  management of the Union hotel.  Jay P. Graves, general manager of  the Granby Co., is expected in camp  next week.  J. P. Vance and R. A. Weir, C. P.  R." engineers, were registered at the  Knob Hill hotel Wednesday.  G- A. Cox, W. X. McDonald, W.  J. Pierce, Martin McHale, Walter-  Cook, John Baker, and others were jn  a party that went to Boundary Fails  last Sunday, looking for specimens of  the finny tribe, in which they are reported to have been successful.  If you wish a first-class cigar call  the Miners' Union.  '-.'ffl  ��� ' % ��� '%  '"? ''1-,  <i ,'  iv, - * 1 -S  ��� 1   vl ''<'<Vt|f  1    "sir  ���V'��� I  ,ft''T. -a  * -' K  '<��(  &  iTSXSaI  w  mm  :?4\  I  ���Ml  i ��� ���  tff-fJi',  n  'A*  ���i ;>���  -1*  , V   '  ' '>  r, i  \'*'  I',' V.'  ,'���1.  M   1  (u  ��:$  -1 :  !'  t /���  y  mi  1;  .it  ::i-v>  ,tft  tor ���?$������  :M:-  THE ��H6��NIX Pl6N��E&.  wyfc^ti'i^aiS;  Wf:'  *1*  ��� ������ * ��� ��'������ + '+��� ��� ��� ��� �� ��� ��� ******* ���<Q������* ��� ������*������������� M ��� M ��� ��� ��� f �� ��� �������� ��  r:^;v'Vv::v"v'.     ;.(V.v:i,-:';;>?:-:?-' -'^���'^.'-������''    ���;   >';-:'���>������ -".;';>''-v.:.'v;,\< '*  HEA0:;6F1^;';^^  H-}"'JtS':&j!  MM ��� ��������'������ MM ��<�������������������� <.������������*��>������������������.���������'������'����������������������������?  ���fl'.l  I'SftggSiiS  bretsliipmenits^frp^  aipbunt Jo '6y^i]2iwlimiYp^ry'day^x.  four trains of oyer.300 toiis each.; f,'  FLOTATION OP THE SNOWSHOE.,  D. J MATHESON.  PKKl):  i!w^W��Ll.COX.;i��iAH��liwi|/::  MvacatiTioNS mh.:a��vukk;W!,..(���'  ff^S^'^^^'i^Y^'*" lf>Tf,*'Uouit��.roo to becom<  ,tiixMonttu.;L  To Foreign Coontrfci....,  ,;;,;.'.��.fj.oo  *oo  tnlii j��ptr,;��hli  become one. ���,':':. /:'-:'  a  mining camps !iii;JBritish^ Columbia  pay,;; muckers :$wi%��M ?$3'|'per./ day.;  The! single excep'jpn is Rossland.*^:;;  'P The '-'KasW/Kpofehaian :cal Is, attention to the to  in; the main; streetsjbf that cityv :1s  this intended as an advertisement?  Z'T\  hat paid j the ^jiobb in-  inity'ij,'. Jpnj^;,'.clairncd!;, by;:the.';IJnited:  Statevandi which1 -h: hasi eraded; for  years^^But ^b^^ulum5. gdid| not like  PropertyWill he Worked mi Bt��Ine��s-Uke  ��� ���;:;'���; / v:^';''" :;:\';;BmIs.;^ ''��� '':v*'-";.$:y:,:>  ������;.;:Mr.-,G,' S.' Waterlow, ������ ofi the';; well-'  known publishing house, informs";';.us  that the Sr.oWshoe mine has been at  last successfully floated, although the  time ���"���was exceptionally inopportune;  corning as it did Immediatelyafter the  collapse of the ft: A; Cr ThecaphaK  izadonbf theiriew venture;'is relative-;  }y speakingisraally while an ample  amount has been set aside for working  expensefc^llieicSnowshbe; is pne\ of  the most p^brhisihg|coppeiVmihesl'ih  the :mpst,' prbridslirg:; eamp " in the j ij Pron  Bbu^daty^'disJiicK;;^ '"' '���������������"'  nected ^ifh itsjdire^iionfa^  fcet manipulators, bu( reputable 1 tneii  of affairs, hipst brthem^r^  with great financial or industrial ������-;;����-"  dertakings/irip.thef:afy: of ^Ijondoii.  The Snowshoe rtiine will therefore Jbe  workedfor: what the gr6ui)d;cphtaihs,  and '.not as anieans of extracting; money frbm; the ikrckets p( a; gullible'������'pufrf;  He ^'i'he^cbndttibns all jibirit to ;the  conclusion*-th^  rnotprs in the yalue'pf;the^prb|wfty, .lis  justified [arid ;theireonfidencethaf ;tliei  undertaking will'bea jirpfitahle One.is  riot likely to ; be disapjwihfed^^yic-;  toria ;CplQnik;;;;i;v'vj;| %^iW^$::^jil  ;i;'"\Viiat^are ybti ^yihg1alwut?";risked  a kiiid:hearted |: 1 anger of a.,.; lad stand-  trig -in  front' b'  iivrVewspajier'office^  ,1.^i';.'���."\.'.-.1l.--,'.'���.' ���',':;'%_'*'-"\'i'',V   *''Vv/   ���'''���'.   ������'%'   ��'..'��� ..'���'��������� 1"     ���.;-':  V    IftLSpKANCK' A'"'KKTf  '       '-FIREjjf.l.IFK, ACCIPKNT.  ,  V! C<iiiiiiiis��l(��jcr for t��lins AHIdHVlt*.  .|i';!.':'v;\\,';;t-v.:^:'    .    }��HOKNIX, B. C.  mmms  ^^''&TABL^&:r^r,  R. A. SCOTT,  Contractor and Builder,  f.stimatks furnishkk.  {  .    I'HOKNIX, B. C  II. S. CAVl.KV.     , W.  II, COCHKANF-  1  CAYLEY & COCrtRANE,     j  Solicitors, Etc. j  PHOKNIX, II. C    i  u  BCi i '^i^k1 Saddle, ;Pack and  "��i������"L��; living Horses.   Heavy nrurTccmc  i  Draying. Charges Reas-JD. WHITESIDE,  i\-'bhable..;j;'/.:i;^'.'.-:-;'r.  K'nbJj'rj-Ijll-^;  '-ViiAvcVfi!'''''^^  M'^riixiB. C  Uarrisier & Soi.icntiK,  CratcH Willlnms niurk.  PHOKNMX, B. C  w  533  BOYLE  T HE  DRUGGIST  XfJJ&i��3XtJL  <MMS  J��^:W��'?:-D*'^\/Lii3\JfI^I' fe JiARRISTI'.R  AND  SOLICITOR,  Genertr Cdntractcw  ftnd Builder, a  ESTIMATES ! FURNISHED |  phoentj^;b; JO.  KOTARV I'UIII.IC.  , I'MOKNIX, B, C.  ��� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������'a*,  j P. Burns & Co. ���  HKAI) OFFICK IOR BOUXUARV CRKKK, OKKKt^WOOn, |I. c,  HFAllOIMR I'KKS, NKI.SOS, II. <'.  .... Wholesale aid tail Heat MA  Markets at Nelson, Knslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Sloam 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.  ALDHAH & BLUNT,  Ml.NF. SUKVF.YOKS,  and Dkau<;htsmkn.  V. &'N.'Phone, No. ;0. I'llOKNIX, B. C.   ����M����tt��>t>t��MM��l��<t(mm����t��l��IM����t mq  ..,. ,,,..:,.,��� ������:,.,��� .>���>,,.,..,,.,..,,...,,.-,. .���^...1-..,. :Weei)ihg''as'-if:ihis'-her��i:&wott!d J)r'eak.'��,..  t^-'iWran��pf|th^cru<MrPhi!^  dielbhia^in./l'urkiih.��ateri';^!:,;K^'i;;;^:-i::fff'��l,m''A^;tAr;"ij:'^^  ia^n^rurkii^ifalem'i^    '^:!?l^^i^ig;>s^^  |RumOT;#i|iWn;as>tt|tS  ':--,! ���'���'"���'":> ��-'-���-'-���������- -���---������ ���     ������'-   ;;::;.,'<Pjeces|iof;^htriv.nay;e^^isaid^^^^^  ;witHy;;a:..;;^esh^bnrst^  'e)cp^ting;tjie;'r^  i^rki^|b^||he:|i^eW!iiniterriati^  )^||��ill;!be|lnjUr^^  ,G^nwp��jis'.:ai��;rai^  jtWe|i[iine;V.r^sthe|sa  credence is not placed in either report.  ||!Spme'i'oi^tlie^;:b^t^n-^^  up^in';.the;{ir^enbr;'^in;^  oi1>the'vanbus:!comn^tew^re5iia^  work-,--.���;';and ;��� alreadyf ahere"tis �����every'  r>^pmi��.;fbf|a|;nic^;;su&  |&At|;Iast|^e^^ucKln  |tr^^dinyiSpbou^c?i%:;i^  ledlif^h^i^iheia^coi^^  ingicanedwi^hderslforgdoirig^^  .Jtirid/'opwiprk^onip^  :H��Il^|iei|i|e^aim  thli'gc^^rkliconiu'nue^  S?^rnon'gS��e||iacfore!��n  make a desirable'residential city, says  thei^GitwmiKip^^  t  my  FERGUSON & MARTIN  '     PRACTICAL irotr.sn AND sin.v  PAINTKRS, DKCOKaTORS, KTC  MAXAOKR.  Piio.vr: Colimilila 35,  TTT  #,:;^;'��|NEIWt;ACT?;  ^tecf laprove  h|:;KpT|CR||^ ;  Cracker; Jact; MineralClBiinViltttnte-titi'KtltlV  *:S;IUver,:-:MiaIdp;.';I)f��Won;;vvbr'wV��Iei,i..I>|��l��ict.'  Where located:: In Creen��;ood:Caihp.Si^S ,,'���*,���������'���: -ur  v Take notice tlint I,' George ;W.'. Ruinberger,  Krr��:Mtneni'Cert[6cnteNo I) 40358i;."acttng-.for  mynelfaod agentfor,IIarrv Na��h, Free Miners'  ;Certificate,No..b.;41,^28 intend, sixty days froin  ihe date hereof to apply.to.tlie/mlningVrecoTder  for;aCertificateof Improvements lor tlie purpose  of obtaiuiaga Crown Grant of the above named  clatmi-v-:.r-i.:,-i; ;���.������:��� ^������'^:vM''^''.^v l':ii';';;.*ifi'i;;;.i;i"^':-  :;And ^further; take,notice that'action, -under  SecUOnjjr,-must ,be commenced ;before . the^'is-:  sitanceof anch eertificate of imprbveraenU. ^^ i.-i  .   Dated this wife day of JiUjv'Aj-DM^ioor.'v;?:���;���-.;>���;:;���.  Completeiiiie Sfl^ 1 j lin  of Bir Sample*    bHIM  Phoenix, B, C.  C A. McCLUNG & CO.  Phoenix Lodge No. 28,  Knl(Pts o| PytW����,  Mccta every Tue��lny night  nt 7.J.-) p. 111,, Minors' Union  Hull.  VWtinjf bn-threp welc.me.  C. A. McCi.UNt;, K. R, s.  J. A. Ct.AaK.C. V.  ���::M^MMM*MM?*M^  schc��ls*ind^gbba?!>hospitals.v?rfins;a  short time this will,be the exact con-  |^h||min^fmariagi^  flb^S$Mect��^  |Keii||emp^iyeefi|^^  |amjr$|re^^  8n^Sn||'ay|irag^ii|^  ^'jf|bjrje|;i|||oj||;j  i'3'  ;|J>>;:;lj;;<:;^^OTCll;UNR;pF;  ���' :'.'j;,|T^eylar'e;1i^utie*;?1Cwiabd.sre  :&sm&i  ;;.'^;S6^ye^tfJiSpo^4lway��m  ''"���.^iyfn^'' ':t 'iVl'.'l-.-' iv. > ;'���"  'sJ^bithleJ|sem^|^pj|tKe  :I^|Rbi|^tiriing|compa^|lm^  ^tatementfin^I^dbn^^^^  t'',/'-i'i'-"-'^'-,<-LV-"-��"l'^'V,^*''v"^  ',v..^'^"'��r-'-''':V-:^ i'.','*''���-''' r'.V'";'-'--''"''1-"''''  ||f-^^;    ,����,�����,   ��?SSi��  pl|psp|��r;;-|l^T^;A|!S^ine we are m,a betl  rt5!i^lS^$M^.:-:-*S^tlian;;ever to supply t the wa  lS,^!y8i|i||||||| phoe����x:  better position  ants of the  a specially  <EL BINNS,  Old Ironsidrs Ayr.  ^mmmmmmmmf^  HaV    ("train     FppH   We haven large stock, bought  110^,  Vjrdlfl,   I WU, before the rise and can  quote  Pf. I fori    Date     F^r   close prices. Quotations given  rvuucu  \saiz,   Lie. 01, strajRi,t or niixed carSt  "Office  Standard  Avenue.  Chs. A. McClang & Co.  V. it N,  I'Ihhu- 56  City Bakery  SLINN&McCAGUK,  ���I'ROI'KIKIORS.  , V. & N. I'hone, No. .,8.  Bread, Cakes, Pies, Etc., Fresh Daily.  1RONBIPES'ADDITION, PHOENIX', B. C. Frkk Dklivkrv  .  1 Rellevue   Hnt#*l    knobhulavk., ���  i   UC11CVUC      I1ULC1,     PHOENIX, B.C. ;  ' This hotel is centrally .located, newly built and  newlv  furnished throughout. '   Everything is  first-class.    Bar  * stocked with the finest.  EDWARD SIMPSON, Prop. ,  miM:  The Phoenix ow BMKE  Cafe  iS^SllflfillilENCE, Propriktor,:  S|^^DiMA^M>n:c!   ' t?     -   �� Bundles galled,   for  f il^pp^PPP  �� Fami' f aud'deliveWd prompt,  '^l^^^^j^^Bma^jSt Curtains, * \y to.every' part of Opp; Pqst Oppjcr  ���E|p��f6r^^ best of ^ tlie city.   Sen4 your  ^ilii^@^l^ill^^^      ' # order by Phone.  e  Only the be��t of everything tq hp found' j'n the  nmr^eta. Home cooking. A trial solicited,  Specialty of 3hqrt Orders at all hours.  v^BKST^tWbRK": GUARANTEED.  DOMINION AVE,  V. & N. PHONH NO. 40.  ;j5pminiOT;;Aye^ Hotel, -       -        Phoenix, J3. C.  :. ���^���t-V.I   Ift^l^jiye^d^^^  JlSfetW^^'We'rsay / weSfinake;! good J'Bread % Wfi  -S;w%fwe'are;;only>repCTting;the'wbJrda;?oTv%:*  SSi;if;i''our^ni,any. custoinere.Tb^he'slraiiger:'. iji'vl"  v?ifeS:We ^aayihTrysltijiand ��be'vcdtivincedp:^:'^''  SfSSiPIKSV-CAKBSiiCOOKIESi-'j'.DO'OGHi^gL  Light Express in Connection  months of this year, it is perfectly safe  'tir^tlMfeth^^  ^s^nip=ji^;i^pi||t;:a^  oboi-Sf^islisSnb^^  fh��f .^  Inc*  '.  fhorl1     HtTiTk'  ItAA tp*��    aWa   i,inn.  mA��!  WHATMHE EDlTOBSSAVi^  '^!All:i^rl(;YGuaranr^edK|^  '��� v  i^|averagt7j:  ' &?\     \ S;ft^nl^r^undCTl^menc  ^If-^sv     H<   ||||ISeSitg|r|d;;Iiad;i:n^  |||^^1n^|he;^ndii^;I^u^h^  ^l^f^Iilr^fc^bnaderaBle^r^^  ^Uiat^hie|re|  to the effect  i-;|;lt{ivbuld;i^p^:vtl^  .tidnsfextend^j'tojjthe  prematu'rev^^cpuw  ;:^The|Gariadip8'|rn^  :fwifte^tnin^lBiit''.th^^^  .ifeg|a^i^"tb^liuriti^  ;a^|3.vihg:t;hei^t^  ;|m|;^rn^nat&n';^^  b|in^|forae^ivjtn:?^  .^ibjb'wp/bpb4?jt^  t&^iwhiere:^^  s;i;Xh&:"ibhje-|wii^  a^ani^i:the|WiSii^  the;;pVovirice^anQ^tKe^  ^uallyj^heme^  belngijmadeitrt j th^?j ttij viirijg la wis^NePi..  sp��^|ir^i��iiig^  IP  irtWEfROOTSjANp^ '  P;wraerv;^MoeBlxiSr.;(��mi.;P  iMilfiiliiai  C^SIGN WRITING^J  Paints, Oils, Glass,  Varnishes, etc., etc.  WALL PAPER& SASH and DOORS  OCR  MOTTO��� Be��    Material^  Tliorougli  Work, Entire Satisfaction.  llS^|l^i^ptlipl^!;GOUPIL,  Agent,   Phoenix Street,  f...HOTEL BROOKLYN.,..  (Formerly tile Metropolitan.)  High class wines, liquors and cigars always in stogie. Coin  venient sample room for Commercial Men. First*  class Cafe in connection.  HUGH1E McQUtRE. Prop  /AAPLE  LEAF MOTEL  GREGG    4    m'DONAUD,  PROPS.  OLD IRONf5IDES AY1  '���^THRi^DEUBHRVBAMPbENC^^EA'bs^  "lii'i'i ?W'A? . i'Other'TplIoy.'^j^i'iji.j-'  ipllLivery  e    Lrine  PHOENIX, ��. C.  pod; 'Saddle��  J^Horses^'  iandtivery  Ili'Ki^r'y  ;;;^r-Hire  fffK:S-3EM^K^ Two Kotjnp Trips Daii.v Ueiwkkn  W#:5;K:i". Phoenix and Grci:nvc��)i).  i  i  I1|l\v|1||  lAJ  /GS>s(Su<a)/B> s2>rft>/aj9>js,A>  ;Lcavee Phoenix at �� a. in. aixl 1.00   p.m , Phoenix  ;^<;;;Tirne.;v  LeaveaOi-eenwotid af 11.00a.m.and 4 p.m.. Greenwood  ,'jSvTiriie; : Snndays leaves Phoenix at {)::��) a.m., and  ;^;;;/; Qrjeenwootl at 12:30 a.m.  H BLOOMFiELD,  PROPRIETORS.  fc/ �� In  in��i��n     lrtmoBwmm" utiva  {vt orliSes Alpr *7tJtts. *  wss* urns d^^ACfvp vh r   |:^  :]^o^|Exp)resi|N&nle)^r^  |?||b^n|^^tbh;;is;ngh^  Jmatihe^ierwrjt-O^  ��as?|#  fewal'  ...   *  III  otel,  :^op|)|^��t(| the Public  ���^^^ ��^  Hectric Bells,  s^^^ rooms. Heated by hot air  {^vSlfEiyiPT, Manager.  IPII^TiSTRElS-SililiA^^ |v '  REWERY  JULIUS MUELLER, Proprikt  js iiow till the I issued.���Cranbroolc  ib th  ���3filr  ���]^}~:-- 'J;';E..;:ivieagheiy^  ilThe; Finest;tq be^ had irt;AVines/tiqapr#and Cigars.  PffOENlX, B. 0.  aWTAll the best hotels in Phoenix serve Phoenix Ueer.  Patronize home; Industry and  drink Phoenix Beer.  Cor. Standard Avenue and Banner Street.  PHOENIX, B.C. THE PHOENIX PIONEER.
l^s^ Ne»%"om;
As is now well known, this Addition comprises today some of the best
business property in Phoenix. Many lots have already been sold, and improvements will be started shortly. Never again will you be able to secure
business property in the heart of a camp shipping 600 tons of ore daily, at the
prices placed on these lots. The property has been drained and the streets
will be graded this summer,
C. W. ABBOTT, Proprietor.
i flim popular re-tort A
f   X    li.m been refilled'  "
Ircfuriu-ihcd  Rial thor
..1.1,.        n,_r|,n,it>^
The Best'-Appointed and Equipped
Hostlery in the Boundary.
J milled wttli    nil the J    _. ' ^- J 	
I niHlieil  "tin    «ii  mi
J modern IkjIcI com en
♦ icncc-s  Loral and Long
Dintnncc   Telephone
1 connection   with   the g
1 officc-a ad in headquar- j
lera Tor Stage and knit- I
nay traffic; nn.l every f
mtentiau Is given to |
the comfurt and con- I
lenience of unlroim I
The hotel butt been en- 1
largcd bv Hie mlilltlon {
of iifle-i.il nicely fill- i
tiishcd room*. "
Comfortable SampleT^t jffiE!8
«?*     KOOITIS   lOr      &• •   \yc a',)n to please our pre-
»ent large trade and
deAerve more.
Commercial Travelers
or iin.e-i.il   nicely   nn- l __.____.__    .«     ^.
niilicd room*. J[   DOMINION   AVE.,       PHOENIX,   B.   C.
♦   i  «.
gf++++»»++»»++.H.+++-M-»»»+»+00O*4 ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ -^♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•HO
Knob Hill Cafe   o   o   o   o
This popular restaurant is now under the manage-
t*£  meiit of Harry Odanis, one of the best known caterers
in the Boundary.    He solicits your patronage,
Opp.  Eastern Townships   Bank,  First   Street.
Fine Wines and   *£   **
the  Choicest  of Cigars
Agents fori Calgary   ^^ R   ^
Stage and Transfer Line,
Corporation of the City
of Phoenix.
PHOENIX, "      -
Stage leaves   Phoenix   for   Greenwood'.  8 a. m.
Leaves Greenwood 10 a.   m.
B. 0.
Leaves Phoenix     '!'• "■•
Leaves Greenwood   4 p. m.
Best turnouts in the Boundary.   Horses well suited for
long drives. COLLINS & ricGILLIS, Props.
• •
Greenwood and
Phoenix, B.C.
I THK.M0ST. HlvVI.TM-'lJI, ■
Mbers_ in... Wines, Beer and Cigars
*"~" "**" " +       JAS- McCREATH & CO^Props^
Job Work Promptly Attended to.
ritocuix street (Back ofrostoffice.) V. & N. rlioue No-
& Tinning
Phoenix/ B* C
Everything First Class, Electric Lighted, Electric
Bells, Free Sample Rooms,  Finest   Liquors  and
Old Ironsides Avenue,
1$. C. HOTEL CO.. Ltd., Props
U. TOMKINS, Manager.
1      -     PHOENIX, B. C.
BY-LAW NO. 24.
Whoroan by the propofod agreement to be
malo between the i orpnrallon of the City of
f'hoenit, of the II rit par , and JAY F liKWGS,
ALKKKli tlOKMailH rXUMKUFnyr, anil
WILLIAM YOLEN "-VILLIAMrf, of the noronJ
Part, the mild Jay P. Cravce, Alfred t'ornclliiH
lumerfelt, and William Yolen Williams In
the wild agreement termed the "i'roinoturfl,"
are to be aulhorl/.oil to erect polos and atrlnir
overhead vvlreH and lay umiiiK and pi mm ulonir
nil or any of the streets or alle> a of the Municipality of the city of Phoenix, for the supply
of water and of electricity for lluhlinc   '
And, Whereas, it is expedient to authorize
the making of the «rM iiirieeiiiont.
Therefore, tho Munlclpiil CouiHl of the
Corporation oflhe City of I'hoonlx onucts aa
1. I his by-law may lie cited for alt purposes
as"t\at.rniid I.lectric Light FiuiirhlHCB 11}-
law No VI. 11H1I."
i. '1 he said propored agreement to bo mado
between ihe corporation of tho City of I'hoenK
of the lira', part, mid Jay 1'. wmves Alfred ' or.
nelliiK Hiimerfolt, and Wllllum Volen Ull-
llu'i.s ofth"second part, being in the words
and flgtiics following, rbittis to su>.
Ihlb  indeniiiro,  made   fin   tiiDlk-ate) tho
fiayol in (ho yoiirof our.Lord,
one thi'iisand,nine hundred and one
I'Ctwcen the Corporal ion of the City of J'hoe-
nlx, heteluafter railed the "i orpnrati<'ii,"of
the first part, and Jay 1*. 0raves,of the >. ity of
^l-)ol(ttn^•1 lu tho State of Wasnuigtou, one < i
the Unite 11-talcs of America, Alfred Cornelius
Flnmerfelt. o( the Ci'y of Urand Korlcs, In the
HtoMnee of; hritibh Uolnmlila, and 'William
Yolen Williams, of the pi!d t-ity of-Phoenix,
hereinafter called the '-fromotors," ot the
second part
Whereas the Promoters are desirous of forming One or more jdintgioua companies for the
purpoBO of constmt'tfni;, coinplciinn and maintaining water and elccirie light». steins in the
aald city of I huenlx, and' places kdj-it'out
thereto, and of doiii); ail things necessary or
deal.utile for Iho carryini; on of such undo -
raking or undertakings, and for sneh purposca
have requested the Corporation to grant to
them, the I'romotors, cerutin right", powers,
and privileges;
And Whereas the Corporation has agreed so
to do;
Now Therefoie This Jndoiture Witnes-e h,
that, In consideration of the pivmiscs and ol
tho sum of one dollar of lawful money of
Canada, this day paid by the promoters to the
Corporation, tt-.o teectpi whorebf is hereby acknowledged, the t orporatlon doth by thete pre
so tits Kiaui and assign unto the siid pr motors, their lie 11«, executors, adiulnlstratoisaud
assigns, the exclusive ritht for a period of
tweuty-ilxe years from Iho execution of thc-e
piesents, a-d for such further period or periods
as aie hereinafter mentioned, to erect .poles,
string overhead and lay underground wires,
inalna, water pipes and hydrants, over, under
and along nil or any of the streets aim alle>s
within the limits of the said City of rhocnK,
or which may hereafter be opened up or
dollca'ed to tho public for highwiys, anil
which may hereafter be liikcn iiito the corporate limits of l'h'ienl«, and to do all other
acts necei-sary or incidental thereto for the
coiistiiicion, complctitiL', extending, operating, and maintaining a sys'eru or systems or
w«ter and e'ectric light for tho supply to the
inhubilantsof the said ( Itj of l'h en!\ audio
the city itself of water for d"mcstle, manufacturing, methanlciil and other puipo^s. aud
for the supplj to Mild Citj and its inhabitants
of e'ectrtcity for the purpose of illumination
and lighting, ».nd the supply, storage, and
transmission of, water ana eloetricty for
the aforesaid w" tor und e'eetr'c light systems
respectively, and for any., oihor purpose inc -
dental to Ihe Raid undertakings, and for the
said purposes, at any and all times to enter
upon said streets and allejs to make equations, erect poles, and Hring wire, lay mains,
pipes and hydrants, aui do all or any act or
acts incidental, to the said undertaking or undertakings.
And In s lndentuto Further Witnesteth,
that, for tho consideration afoiesaid, ihe parties heieioniutiially agree as follows —
1. That tho 1'romotors shall aud will cause to
be supplied to ttao'lnhnbitnuts of tho city of
Phoenix water for domestic purposes on demand, upon payment of tho rates hereinafter
mentioned, provided that the proper'}- upon
which said waler is supplied abuts upon tho
vvator pipes or mains lo belaid by tho Promo-
to s. '
2. That tho 1'romotors shall and will, upon
tho paymeuto'f tin rates hereinafter mentioned, mpply to sueh of the Inhtbitauts of the
Cityot Phoonix withiu the platted portUus of
tho piesent city limits as may .demand the
same, electricity for lighting purposes; and
shall also supply electricity foi lighting purposes to such othora of ihe inhabitants of tho
City of Phoenix cither in tho prfsentcit>
limits or any extension thereof, as may demand the same, provided that tho street frontage of the properly upon which the same is to
be supplied lies wlihiu 176 feel of the pole linos
of the I'romoiers.
3. That the rates to bo charged for tho wator
and light supplied to the Inhabitants of the
Citvol I'hfOuix ahull noicxe ed iho rates set
forth in Schedules "A" and ' h" hereto.
-I. Thai tho Promoters will orect and place
two reservoirs or tanks for liro protection lmr-
pofes in or adjacent to the said t ity of Phoenix, oue to bepluiited oh tho Hrooklyu mineral claim, an-i the other lo bo situate on on
thoOld Ironsides or Victoria mineral cliiiiiu
said tanks or reEervolrs to have'a capacity of at
least 6U,M)Ugallons eieh, to be constantly kept
lull of water, and to have eoimeeticnby moius
of stop valves with the water system* and lire
hydrants, to be installed hv. tho Promoters
Provided that the promotors may, if they think
lit, instal one reservoir or lank on the Old
Ironsides or Victoria mineral claim, havi g a
capacity of at least 100,000 gallons, Instead of
the two aliove mentioned, to give the smie service as aforesaid, and to be connected with the
pipes of the protootois on all the streets, or
portions thereof, raoutloned iu section 7.
5 The Promoters', shall supply to the Corporation and put up and maintain for the Hie
protection of ihe City of Phoenix such notnlior
of fire plugs, and for the lighting of the streets
of tho said i Ity such number ot are or incandescent lumps as the Corporation may require,
and the Corporation shall p»y for Ihem at the
rato set forth in Schedule "C" hereto..
G. That the promoters shall commence tho
construction of the said water and lfght *vs-
tems not later than seven dav's from tho vc'«t-
ingin them of tho complete title to tho franchises hereby granted, and of valid wntor records for thesupply of water, under I'art III of
the Wator Clauses CoriBolidailoii Act, of the
waters'Itoinprised In two records, held by one
George W. Kumberger, of two sources of wator
on IhcCImernn and Idaho mlno at claims, and
in a record held by the Phoenix Waterworks
Company, Limits ', of tho wator contatnol ilia
pond or lake known as "Marshall Lake," and
shall have tho eysioma ready for uso as soon as
possible n f ler such commencement of construction, and the promotors shall take all steps
prescribed by law to obtain such valid water
reeordswlthout delay.
7, That pipe* of the wild waterworks system
| shall be Installed upon the following streets,
1 within the present city limits, namely,
i   Old Ironsides Avenue, from Hrst to Second
Knob Hill Avenue, from. Third to Church
HI reels
Aetna Avenue, from Church to School Streets
Victoria Avenue, from Third to First Streets.
Dominion Avenue, the whole length
rlrooklyn > venue, from:I'hoeolx to Banner
Ulandard Avenue, from Idaho to Lexington
tlanner Streot, from 'Standard Avenue to
south end of street.
. Ihe promoters, however, shall not he required to lay the pl|ies or mains on said streets
until a suelHcietitly wide track for same if
cleared of stumps, tre's and logs
». Should the corporation rcqulro tho extension of said water system, from time to rime,
a-tor tho Insulltllon the e >f, the provls'ons oi
the "Water Clausos>'onso11dation Act, 1897," lu
that behalf, shall govern, whether such provisions arc rate ilea, or amended, or not.
;i. Tint itshall be lawful for the promotors to
take up all or any portion or portions of the suit'
polis, wires mains, pipes, hyd-ants. plant, am
other appliances, and to replace ihe sinie 1.
they see lit o do so, and to chance ihe count
or route thereof, and to tcpalr the same fron
time to tluieuiiti at all time., or any portion o
portions thereof, at their discretion and fo
such purposes to enter upon, and use,'ear li]
and exoavii'te, the said strcols.    Pnvldci a.-
wuys that the promoters shall repair the a«1i
streets,   In  so  far  as   they mnr have dh
tiirbcd  thein, whether under (his clause r
otherwise. Provided that nothing herein coi
tallied shall -cle sc the promo ors from con
pljiugat all iiiiua with the provisions of >u
tion 2 of thisagrccmeut, or from keeping th
Inhabitants of projierty  ahutiihg   upon th
sircetsor portiors thereof mentioneI in so
tion 7, at all times sujipllod wllh water, e:
cept during the tit e reasonably occupied ii
alterations, changes, repa rs and tapping,
lu. In tho construction and maintenance <
the said electric light-systeirff; the -promoter,
sh-ill use insulated wires In. transmitting, am
d'stributlug the electric current within Iht
city to consumers, and tho poles to be placed
by the promoters shall not iiniedc tratlle.
11. In the event of the promoters failing to
carry out the provisions of this agreement as
as to the Installation of the waterworks and
electric Ugh' systems ashetelubefore provided,
they hhall forfeit all rights and privileges
under thl' agieetuent, an i also uil pumps,
tanks, plant, pipes or mains, pole; and wires,
laid, erected or strung bv them, and all
water records, l.-indh.rlghts of way, rights of appropriation, and other rights and privileges
whatsoever held by tbem, shall at once become the prope-ty of the city, and this agreement shill absolutely cease and determine.
12. After said water aud light systems are in
stalled, they shall be deemed to be two.separate
mid distinct franchises, aud the doing or not doing of anything required to be done by; the pro-
motors in reference to either system which would
operate as a lorfeiture of the franchise or frail
chises hereby granted, or as a breach of this
agreement, shall not in any wise effect tlie
franchise hereby granted in resjiect of the othtr
system, or render the works or plant of such
other system, or the 'company owning,or operating the saine. in any way liable for any such
act or omission
ij. In the event of the present sources of supply contemplated in this agreement becoming
liiKullicieilt tosupply the inhabitants of the said
Cily of Phoenix with water for domestic purposes; and fire protection, then the promotem
shall cause water to be procured elsewhere for
such supply, and in the event of their failure to
do to, they shall forfeit to the corporation the
franchise granted in respect to the water system
and all'the pumps, tanks, plant, mains, pipes,
and hydrants used in connection therewith,
and being part of said water system; uud all
water records, lauds, rights of way, rights of
expropriation. Judges' Certificates, and all other
rights and privileges, being part of said .water
system,and shall oil demand make good and
'valid assignments. Tree of charge of the same to
the corporation Provided, however, that be-
iore any such forfeiture shall take place, the corporation shall give two inuntlis notice in writing
ofsuch insufficiency, and if the. promotors believe that there is n sufficient supply of water,
such question of insufficiency slintl be determined pursuant to the provisionsof the Arbitration Act, and in the event of its being found that
there is on insufficient supply of water the promoters shall within one mouth from such determination, if the season permits, or as soon after
as the season permits, commence ihe construction of works with a view to supply a sufficient
quantity of water as aforesaid, and shall as soon
as possible after such commencement of construction complete the said works.     ■'.'•
14. In the event of the failure of the promotors
to carry out the terms of this agreement as to the
-apply of water or light to the corporation, or
the inhabitants'of the said City of Phoenix, after
tlie said .water and light systems have been
installed, the water or light franchise, as the case
may be, shall cense to be exclusive, but nothing
herein contained shall deprive the corporation or
its inhabitants of any alternative remedy which
they may have lor snch failure, either under any
other clause or clauses of this agreement or
otherwise; provided that no such forfeiture of
exclusivcness of either franchise shall take place:
until oue month's notics in writing sir 11 have
lieeu given by the corporation to the promoters
of any alleged default or breach of contract, and
until they slrdl have had reasonable lime to
remedy the same. Provided that before remedying the same the Promoters may have the question as to Whether or not there has been any
such failure submitted to arbitration, pursuant
to the "Arbitration Act."
i-s. All franchises, plant, machinery, pipes,
and electric lines, and chattels, being part of
or connected with, said undertakings and each
and every of them, within the jurisdiction ofthe
corporation, are hereby exempted from tnxatiou
for a period of ten years from the date of this
16. The corporation shall have the right and 1
privilege at the end of twenty-five years from the
signing of this agreement to take over and acquire from, the promoters the water
systems or both the water and light system iu this agreement mentioned and
any extension or extensions thereof.' together
whh all water records, lauds,rights of way, rights
of expropriation, jtidges'certificates.and all other
rights and priviteges held by them the promo-<
ters, and connected in any way with the said
water systems or water and electric light
systems, upon giving to the promoters
at least six months previous notice in writing of its intention to do so; and ' the corporation shall pay to. promotors the value.of all
lands lines, pipes, wires, plant, machinery then
belonging to the promotors and reasonably and
necessarily used for the main purpose or supplying water or light nitd water as the case
may be, to the said city mid its iti-
hgbitants in connection with the said water
system or water and light systems, its the
case may lie, and in case the corporation and
the promoters cannot agree as to the value thereof, the value shall be ascertained by arbitration,
conducted in pursuance of the Arbitration Act
and the amendment thereof, and in the event of
the corporation not giving such notice of its intention to take and acquire siich water
system, or water and light systems,
as aforesaid, within the time aforesaid,
atl the franchises. rights, privileges
and powers by this indenture granted to the
promotors, and not so taken over, shall
continue in full foroe and effect and the
promotors shall conttnue to enjoy the
same for a further period often years, and so 911
for one further period of ten years. At the ex
piialmn of the last mentioned period the fiau-
chlse or franchises shall continue until the plant
or plants is or arc purchuicd by the corporation as aforesaid, but shall no longer be exclus
ive, and the pro motors shall no longer: be
obliged to supply- water or water and light, as
the case may be,' and shall he at liberty to remove
their system or si stems, as the case may be, if
they see flit to 110 so; provided, that ft either
or both system shall he removed, the franchise
connected with such system or systems, as
the case may he/shallal once expire; provid.
ed, that if the promoters nolougei supply water
or light according to the terms of this agreement, the water ur light franchise, or both, as the
case may be, shall at once expire. Provided,
that in purchasing the water system, or both, as
aforesaid, the corporation shall not be called
upon to pay anything for the value of cither
franchise hereby granted, or to pay more for any
natcr rccoids, rights of way, rights of expropriation, judges' certificates, or any Incorporeal right
whatsoever, that the amount it reasonably aud
necessarily cost the promoters to obtain the same.
17. It is further understood and agreed between
the parties hereto that the promotois may cause
to be incorporated or created 0 joint stock company for the purpose of taking over, using aud
enjoying all the franchists, rights and privileges,
property and effects, by these ptesents granted
or agreed to he granted to the said promotors, 01
,ivo joint stock companies, one for the purpose
ftakingovei, iHlug and enjoying that portion
f the frunihises, pnvilcges, rights, propel Ij,
tnd effects iu this indenture mentioned relating
Did appertaining to a water system, and the
ther for the purpose of taking over, using aud
ljoylugthe light franchises, rights and privities, pi bpcrty and effects hct ehy granted to, or
/hicn may be hereafter acquired by the pro
aotors, uud the said company'or companies,
'heir and each of their successors and assigns,
hall thereupon and 'upon the assignment to it
r them, as the cas? maybe, of the said frauch-
:hises, rights, privileges, property and affects be
mbstituled for the said promoters, in the one
ase with regard lo the whole ofthe matters provided for iu these presents, and 111 the other case
)r cases with regard to such portion thereof as
shall be taken over, used ana enjoyed respectively as aforesaid, and the snid company or companies shall have in Us or their respective name
or names against the corporation all the rights
and privileges hereby granted to the .promoters,
or such of them as shall.be hereafter assigned to
it, or them, respectively^ as aforesaid, and the
corporation shall have as 'against .the compuny
or companies respectively, all the rights, . remedies aiid privileges it flow has or Is'entitled to enjoy under these presents with respect to the pro
motors and may enforce the. same agaiiistf the-
said company or companies, respectively to tlie
extent to which the same shall be assigned to it
or to each K as fully and eifectualli as it could
against said promote! s, and upon said as-ngn-
incut being effreted tlie said promoters shall oe-
lelicvcd of ill Itabi.diU to the corporation nil
respect of the matters t»o assigned, except .is j
10 that part of clauses 4,6, ami 7 hereof relating
to the first installation o<"the water sjstem
IS. This agreement shall not in miy way interfere with the corporation granting the use ofthe
streets, or any of them, for the transmission of
water or electricity Tor mining, milling, or smelting purposes, or to places 1 outside ofthe city
limits, nor shall it interu rt with the rghtof the
Phoenix hrewery and its,owners to'.'cross Standard Avenue with its present waler pijw, or any
pipe substituted therefor, provided' that the-
water carried through such pipe is used exclusively iu carrying ion such brewery. ,And the
agreement shall he.snbje-ct to -all rights1 iutliis
soil reserved by the persons-, who dedicated the
various streets ofthe city to the pubpc
19 The cost of ejecting any person or persons
at present using Ihe streets ofthe city for any
water or electric lighting purpose slinl'l be upon
the prouioiors And any proceeding Tor siichtject-
nieiit shall be taken by the cor|K>ration on the
written demand of the promotors upon their
tendering the cost thereof.
20 All tanks, pole"i,pipes,wircs.p1aiitand n-ach
inery used iu connection with the nforesaid franchises, or either of them, shall be* adequate iu
s-z.c and quality to carry out in an efficient manner nil the purposes for which the said franchises
are granted
=1. In the event ofa shortage of water, thecitv
and its inhabitants shall have the preference iii
the supply of water over persons outside thecity
limits. '
22. This agreement shall be binding upon, and
enforceable by the executors, administrators and
In addition to water closets   3 Co
Tii addition to sliible or by meter
{2 50 to |20
Drug Store— <
Without fountain    3 00
With fountain 4 50
Fauiilv Rule—
Six iiersons or less, water closet,
bath and Iiokc additional  1 50
Hucli additional person       15
K111111 sr Cis-tern (privatej—
l-or each thousand gallons      60
Fish Minkelt-—
Each, in addition to waterclosets '
S3 to $0.
Each, In addition to engine and
Garden Hobc Liiunsiuiri Green Houses.
35c, for each 100 square yards lo
400 square vards OitMOO
square yards 25c foi each loo
square yards for mouths of
May, Jfuiic, July. August and
September. Tins rate does
nol apply to green houses
file promoters or iheir ns-
signs to have the privilege of
fixing the days of the week
and the hours of Ihe days
tiurlng which water mav bc
uscd for gardening aud water
purposi s.
Hart Ciuiiiinnip-'—
Knelt, $10 to $50 or hj meter
Government, Cmiii ry ant! State  Bilg*.—
By meter only.     "      ,
Hotels un'i Boardmp: Honst'f. inclutlinp
calooii. refctitiiratit and ioom«—
l       Minimum  rate f 12 00
in addition Mo water closets
baths,, urinal.', nud fnwcel
rates,per louin ., ...     25
"Meter system rental to be . 1 2-i
Hyiliiurlic Kli-viilor-.,—
P'ach $15 to $35 or hj meter.
Ice Cri-nrii Saloons—
Hacli, in addition to waterclosets 2 00
Labi'fttoriefl. Soda: M-iirufactories.   Hot-
tlir>l«     Establishment!',    Telegrtti li
and   Telephonii    Olh't-e",    Vinpj»ai
Fne.toriua anil I'lM-kinc Houses:
Kadi in addition to .water closets
$1.50 to $12 or by meter
In addition to water closets fi to
$25 or by meter.
Meter Hates—
500     to 1000, per 1000 gallons     60
1,000 to 5000, • "         .   " 50
5,000   to 10,000 "       .     " 40
10:0^01020,000 , ■ "     ■      ." .   35
20,000 to30,000 ■     " ■          *' 32
30,0001040,000 ■     "             " <      28
,io,o(>o,to 50,000 ■"        ..    " 24
Over 50 urn'     . , 20
Meter rents, 25c. to $3
Kach, in ndditioii to'water closet t 25
Photograph t>'ullarii'S'—    _
Kach in addition to water "closet
$2 to $5
I'tiriting Ofl'iccc—
Kneli power press, in addition to
vvatei  closet mid steam en
giue $2.sj to $3.50.
Kach hand press -
Kach person employed
1'ithlie. Biiildines and Blocks—
Per room in addition   to  water
closets, urinals and baths. . .
Public Halls and.Theatres—
Iu addition lo waterclosets $2 to.
•Restaurant'and Cutler Houses—
lu addition to waterclosets, $3 to
$15 or meter rales.
■5 .
assigns of the promoters, the successors and as-1 Saloons
signs eifthe said companies or company and   of
tlfe said corjioratiou.    In Witness vvheieof the
said promotors have hereunto set their hands
ami seals, and the said corporation, has hereunto
affixetl its corporate seal the day and year first
above written. * ,     ■ ,
Signed, sealed and delivered in Ihe presence,of
is hereby declared to lie. a valid and
binding'agreement and it shall be lawful for the-
mayor and the clerk of the municipal council to
execute the suid agreement, and atlix ihe corr
porate seal thereto.
3. This by-law shall before the final passing)
thereof receive tlie assent of,the electors ofthe
corboration in. the manner prcscrilml by the-
Municipal Clauses Act, and amendments the- e-
to, relating to tlie contracting of debts not payable-out of the municipal revenues within the
current year.
Passed the Municipal Council tlie filh day of
July, 1901.
Monthly Watfk Ratkk.
No Rotes Less Than $1.30.
• A fixed charge will be made for tapping mains,
One-half inch connection |io 00
Three-foiirthsinch connection... 13 50
One inch connection ,  16 50
No rate less than  $2 50
l-or each barrel flour used per day    50
Barber Shops—
First chair ;  1 50
Kach chair additional    50
Dath tubs  1 00
Bath Tubs-
Private f'aiuilv (six or less) each
tub ."....:      50
In hotels aud boarding houses
each tub  1 50
Public b'd'gs and blk's each tub.. 1 50'
Barber shops and bathing houses
each tub 1 00
Blacksmith Shops—
One  fire,  in addition to water
closet..  1 35
Kach additional fire      35
Book Binderies—
Vive persons or less in addition
to water closet  1 35
Kach additional .workman....'      15
Kach from $25 to $too or by meter
Brewery, has right to use  own
PniMini! Purposes—
Kach thousand brick, net in advance  20
Kach barrel cement net in  advance   20
Kach b'r'l lime uet in advance... 20
Each yard s.one net in advance.. 20
Plastering each 100 yards  35
Butcher Shoos—
u addition to water closets $3 to..     6
Sehcols ("public or |>iivate)—
Kach   from $1.50   to  $25 or by
Sewer Work—
Settling earth, per block $350
Sidewalk SpiiukliiiK— :
Kach 60 feet- or less, including - — -
vvasliiugwiiutovv.s  75
Kach additional 30 feel or less..... 30
Sieepinn Rooms—
Ivach, 100m	
fjodii Fountains—
Kach in addition to water closet
Sprinkling Streets—
Meter Kates.
l-'eed aud livery bv- meter,
ilium charge- .!..	
l-'irst stall.ouc ortwohorses with
carriage.... ,	
Kach additional slrdl to ten	
Kach additional stall from ten up
Private one horse and carriage ..
Horse or cow each, private use...
Kach additional horse	
llcdroom lamps, 16 c. p  > 00
Residence lamps, 16 c p.. .V.  1 00        ,
All night lamps, 16 c. p     I mo
All other lamps, 16c. p  r 2r»
Thlrty-twoc. p lamps double the
'above prices.
Kiglit c p  lamps, two-thirds of
above prices. ,
All monthly accounts over f^ aud up to }to
subject to u 11 (en per cent discount; on excess
over$10 up tojiotoa twenty per cent discount
on such excess and on alt excesses of }ao, to a
twenty-five perceutdiscmiut on such excess.
CoKPORArios Watek Supply.
Monthly Rates.
Fire plugs or hydrants, each ..
Kach fire cistern       .    .   .
Uneh engine house .
Police building and jail,$i to.. 1000
City stable same as livery stable
The company to  supply and 111-
htal nllhvdrants
Corporation Electric Light Supply.—
Twenty c. p incandescent lamps \"
each per annum .l.'.,lto)
Thirty-two  c.   p    incandescent  ',
lumps each per annum... - ,  ,'.  2000
Arc lights 2000 c. p l ....'■' .mo oft
Tuke notice that the above is a ti lie copy ofthe
proposed by-law. upon which the vote of the
municipality will lie taken ut the Citv Office,
Phoenix.lt C ,011 Monday,the wndday of July
1901, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p 111.
D McMitXA.s', '
Clerk ofthe Municipal Council.
. . I 21
. 6 00
Take notice that the partnership lieictofore
subsisting1 between the undersigned can v lug 011
business tit the cities of Greenwood . and Phoenix
ns palmers and paper hangers, imdei the firm
name of Kerguson K. Mtiuro, has this day been
dissolved byntutual consent.
All accounts due the firm of l:e-rgiison & M1111-
ro are to be paid lo J. l-'ergusou, and rdl bills due
from Ferguson ft Monro will he paid by J. Ferguson.
Dated the 17th daj of June, 1001
J. R. HROvt'N, I
As to execution bv I) tt
Munro 1      J   l-'KROl'SON
J  J. MARTIN, f      l)  C.   Mt'NRO.
As to execution bv Johnson
Ferguson. j
Certificate of Improvements.
Moscow Mineral Claim, situate   iu   the   Keltic
Kner    Mining    Division   of Yale   District.
Where located:   In Orceiivvood Cniup
Take notice that I, Ceorge1 W. Runiberger,
Free Miner's Certificate No. b 40,3^8, for myself
anil agent for J. F. ilemcnvvny Free Miner's Certificate No. 1*40,554 ami James Moruu, Fre-c Miller's Certificate No. b 41,419, intend sixty days
fro. 1 the date hereof to apply 10 the uiiu-ug recorder for a ccitificite of unpioveinents for the*
purpose of obtaining a crown grant of Ihc.nliove
named claim,
And further take notice Hint action, under Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance
ofsuch certificate of improvements.
Dated this 22nd day of June, A. I)., 1901
32-41       , UKO.'W. KL'MtrKKOIilt.
-   Certificate of Improvements.
"Oronoco" and  "Yukon"   Fractional    Mineral
Claims, situate* in the Kettle River  Mining
Division of Yale  District.    Where  located
(Ireenwood Camp
Take notice that I,   (leorge  \V.   Runiberger.
Free Miner's Certificate No. b 40 3*-S, intend sixty
days from the date liereofto apply to the .Mining
Recortler for certificates of Improvement for the
purpose ofoblaining crown grants for the above
named claims
And further take notice that action, under Section 37, must be c.-.ininenccd before the issuance
of such certificates oriinpiovciuem
Dated this 22nd day of June. A. I).. 1001
32-^i ('.P.O. W. KUMllKKCKk
Certificates of Improvements.
Alma Fractional aud Falrplay Fraction Mineral
Claims.    Situate   iu   Grand   Forks Mining
Division of Yale District.   Where located;—in
Greenwood camp, east of the- City of phoenix.
. Toke    notice   that I. Joliii     Louis 'Graliaine
Abbott acting nsag-;iit for the Ibitlsh Columbia
(Rosslnud and .Slocau) Syndicate,  Limited, Free
Miner's'certificate No. 1141161, intend (sidays
from the date   hereof to apply to the Milling
Record    for certificates"f Improvements for the
purpose orobtainiug a Crown r.iaut of each of
Anil further take nolice that action under section 37 must be coinmcuce'd before the issuance
ofsuch certificates of Improeemeuts.
Dated this 26th day January, 1001.
36 ■'. <• Allium-.
Steam Engines—
Kach   horse power  (ten   hours
each day) to ten It. p  63
Kach from 10 1020 h. p '. 4'
•Kach from 201030 li. p  3''
Kiicu from 30 to 40 li. p  30
Gas engines  1 00
Grocery* stores,six persons or less,
in addition   to water closet
      auduriua!  1 ao
Knch person additional      10
Liq.ior stores (wholesale) iu ud- ,
d-tiou to water closet and uri- .
:ial,$3to       5
F,r families living in store bd'g.. 1 -s.-,
In stores and blocks,self closing,
constant flow not allowed      30
In hotels, boarding houses ami .
saloons, self closing, each      00
Constant flow not allowed.
Witter Closets—
Private close-t      3*1
Public tank  1 06
Public nan or pluuger not allowed
Witter Mot or—
By Meter only.
These* rales are dueiu advance 611 the first d.iy
of each month, if paid before the. 121I1 a discount
of 10 perce-nl allovvetl.
Er.ncTiirc Light Katies, i
Monthly Rates. I
Light rates are payable iu ndvance nud are-
due on the first of each month; if not piid by the
nth, Ihe penally is, "cut. off.''
aiti ication for tk.vn.sfkr
of liquor i.r:i-:nsk.
Notice is hcr-yby given that I w'\\\ make application to the board of I,:c:n.se Cmimissiouers
of tlie Cit}* of Phoenix ut its -next meeting fur a
transfer of the liquor Ixense now held by nu-r to
selUiquor by retail in the "Maple Leaf" Hotel,
situate on Ironsides Avenue, l.ot 6, Jtloek i, Old
Ironsides subdivision of the C ty of Phoeiiix.to
Alexander (ircgg and Uuyh McDonnul.
Dated this 3rd day of August, A. 1^., lyor.      j.|-3?{
The fi«Uowinj«; valuable freehold property on
Ironsides Avemie iu the City of Phoenix, H. C,
belouging to the Wynkoop-Stepheus Tra<liiiLj
Company, Limited, iianiely lot 9 iu block .1, and
lots 1 and 2 iu block 1, Phoenix, Old Ironsides
Subdivision.   Lot 9 is a vacant lot.
On lots 1 and 2 theie is a two-story frame
building now occupied as stores and proline.ng a
rental of $J800 per aniium. A:; the above cotu-
pi'iy is being wound np thi> pu^perty c.ui be
pu ":hased at a barjiaiu.
F ir further particulars applv to
n. wiht-Ksidk,
Solicitor fur the L,iqukl(ttt*r ofthe
above named Company.
Notice to the Public
I liave opened a shoes Imp in the
Morrison-Anderson !>lo<:k> ixtul am
ready to do all kinds of repairing and
new work in my line at reasonable
prices. A specialty of miners' boot's
and shoes.    Give me a call.
-Bert Mai.an'orinl
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~>~t: ���^feyK; ;2JM$$%&i^ ���"'-���'���:  THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  .^^Sfe-yiisV^v;'-;:;,  i*':  ���life  r.��Ks  A jplace in a SmaH get the same styles  as m^i largest and most fashionable^haberdashery.  ptlltlllf^  '&&G&G0&&9&B^^  SEARS'   GE  ;SU'i  m  *rWrM  life  DRY   GOODS, BOOTS    AND  W^^&&^^M^^MMm&M  Oppositethe PostOff ice.  ^^i^i-.^-i;.^'':'^'  ., .-.'fe&'.-ilfitl'Vi  Serges.   Only union help employed.  Having decided to,close out our Dry Goods We are  now offering our Entire Dry Goods Stock at COST, including Carpets and Bed Sheeting: Sfcillhaye a few, Nobby Shirt Waists left, although are going fast. Boys' and  Gent's Clothing��� AwayDowji: Doirtoverlook our Choice  Ghent's Neckties, just received. ,>,��� ;'-v^'     -v'^- ���'������  CHASi SEARS; Manager.  ����v*^^tf^f3^v5^vT��^n��nB<3r������v!  i$$$$j  r^atiii&h/^  pf|||;0����f;sf^^  "once.begin the;erectiorvof'a/ir��idjehc#  'llie,'i; 'property.; is (.locatit^Jon Brooklyn  .^Nexj^MorirJay;^  'to. thefratepayers Will-ybte^atv^hticity,  a^idSiiglUv|iVanchises|it6:J  ^^C^FIurrierleltf and vjWm!f$fiolen;  ^yil|iam"s;  jtfi|.;Phbenix^'GeneraivHospital^wliicnv  'g'rve evidence crfii its %rgepro^)ortions;:  TWellixatipn isplne  Sjliist, evening" the'.ladiesp^Ui&-Metho-;  tfjst^ch'urc^  :Miners'i,Union\Haii^which  /qirii^  festiyali^Thejte  !anj$a;-n&^  .iifigjwme^ro^^  �����a1gai^|j^^  turned|$p1|jjjhc^  is once more connected with  the store  Corporation ^>fthc City  BY>LAW NC��'<M  IcblnRi^e^  ��oreJm^imis';;s^  is5?dW?fb1ie1|-side^  ^  ^appear   'Mmers'|Un{&i^  '"^f"^^!?^?  -.-. Whereas; "Street Improvement* IVoaii; Ry-I.aw  No, io. tool," authorised the mayor to' make and  Issue, debentures-to the amounl of }ij,ooo to raise  on the credit of the City of Phoenix the necessary,  funds to open rip, rendei passable and improve  certain Jlrcelt in the wild city ofPhooulx. <     ,  And whereas, all the said debentures remain  unsold:;' >;���" i:;<.v;.,Sr,-;^--.- ..;,'.--.--.'p\-:..;.:-.-.",-.-.--;-.v ;.',:;,-  ;Aiul whereaiii the Baiit Of Xlotitfeal has offered  to advance theclty the itim of $10,000 to expend on  the said street improvements, If, besides hypothecating theuald debentures to the said h'auk,  the:city wilt (jive the said bank a promissory  note or debenture for; the said sum of $10,000,  <Miy��ble:;oji.;the;7th day of February; it),*, and  hearing Interest at the ratcof S per cent per  aiiumuf^v-M--.^:;.-.-;.;--..-^-;.-:!;;;;'-;^-.-;���>:-'���;���''���;���;���-'������:-;������!���������  Aud whereas, it is desirable to accept the 'sa'id  0fftr:S;V��-;3!r-H.P!;ir;-;::; >jJ.i.e'^.H;;^:-;j'}A'1r >,���'���  ; And whereas, it-is necessary to pass a byllawt'o  provide for the- payment oflhe said promissory  note or debenture and interest thereon, in case  the said debentures have riot been sold; or part-'  ly, remain unsold, or have-not. been, sold To.  sufficient money, to pay, off the said promissory  note or debenture and interest iu full/when the  said promissory note or debenture becomes d.ie:  ,;f,AndVwhereasVrroi.jthe;poymeiit,;6r ^he-said  proinlssory.:iio(tB'>r: debenture and interest, it  will; lie necessary: In the said; event ��� 16 raise the  sum of$10,400 by special rate in the year..'Jodii*?:  '' A_,n4 yhpTWiforthe 'pnrp6se;bf raising the  snid sum of- fto,4oo in;the: year, iobi, ah equal  special rate 011 thedollar will be required;  a=And;;wherCas;:the:;whole rateable;;land,- ';im-:  provenienta, and real,property of the������-cllyV'of  Phoenix,according to.lhe Instrevised assessment  ; And whereas, the city.has ho, existing: debeiii  .ture4eht;'or:other.debt;;;TyS-;:;^^.^VV?f.?*?.;-:--v:--;v;;r!  ��� Now; therefore, the muiiicipal council of the  cprporationof the^citypf Phoenix enacts as-,'foli  SSt^Thissby:lawi;:may;;be cited for'all purpose*  as;:"Street Iinproveinents Temporary I.oan By-'  I^w No. ��, lOOI/'i-^];;:(; ':.V-;'i|--:V:.-.V.'���-,-��� /--::'v---��:.,?'-; ':���;';  a?^'P��rr,:l,le purjj<��es .aTorwid.:itWBtr.'i>e''';ia��v;  fill for the mayor oftheclty of Phoenix to raise;  by way. Of loan from the; said Bank ofMoiitren!  i.ine.said suni of$io;ooo, iindcause the same to:be'.  paldi into the hands of the'treastirer��� of the city:'  of:Phoeinxi;to>;l)e;,expeiided on the said street*  ���improvemeiit��^-v?;!i��f:v!.;t;iii'(;,V':\v,';i;'f,V';:(i^vie!;~,:1v';1  ?��3;a;;lt ;shalt;��egu\wful ^foriVthemsyor aiidctlie'  clerkofthe inunlcipal council to si({ii a,promis-  Boryuoteordelieutureforjio.oooln favor of the  Ilauk ofMontreal, payable with Interest at the  **%$,<>(.8 per ceiitlperaiiuum:on? the���7th,-day;.<if  February^ ioOj,-on.behalf;cf ;the; corporetionvof  :theclty,orFhoeiiix.,fp../p',f��OT,S;^,-\.-;^;^  a:4��);,A"special rateoil tlie^dollar^^shali';be:levied  aiid;:raised'iin-the''yeariJ902;viu;:addltioiirtooII  other^ates,;;bn;'all the'rateable:land;:improve-'  meuts, and real, property ofthe city sufficient to  ........... ^r -������- -    ��� ���    -    - -  ���������������������������*  'i-v;..; V\N^:'-'f  Beaverton,; B. cr  A Comfortiblo Stopping Plice  ;ln;Uh��;H����rt>(:the West:  v Fork; Mines';';: j:;S.;;\':;;-:.;r;.;';':!;''';:;  1 Plenty ofi'scelfjr'llorseH.   ; ;  '^���Wi:W(��y^::yy^^^^��y^y^':"''y-: -.''if  ^gl3RE;:;. I ^i;S||E|;^H|  ;|-feifii8aiiing, ;^id,;c]jbseprices.y;i-  |;^ra|p|;is;';; w6n:;J;M^lield;?rjiy,i  y? ii iglies it' ^ad t^tli^^ii 6s t^|re^-;^'  ::;^i&hi^g9odsi':;g(S;|s&  .^8|si:,^.......... ,.���.,���  PRICES  m$t*  The People's  Vli>rrIsoji^iiiirs-)tt-Bib:lc.:B  nli 1 vl;i;fll:i;i)/  ^v:'i;^K|;;;^. ;-:;;4;;  pm,  .pjroinissory;.HoteOr,debeiiture^.?:;^f>4!>v!'ftV-'.v-':;;:;;v%-'/��  ���4^k^fesul,,;of:*,0.oo��;��haliriw.raiscd'diirinKi'^v;S;'i7  ,theyear:i*is-for;.the>rmvmeut;;brthe;iirinelnni:/-*1��^*;?;t.ViZ'WI.-,������;��� ^^vlXKw^:-y!4'-!,tb:  the yearioos for,, the; payment: of the; principal'; T  Wtlie'sjId^prdmlssoryuot^ordebehtiirenYWi^fe^l^.  '������1���JtliifM* byrlaivshali take effect aud comeiiiitbUi;"'��� '������'  forc^.on-the-7tIiday;orAugust;'i^i;:"]S;-r^/'��;TSs;r-:'"-'  J; *-!?KThIs by-la w shall /.before {t he :��� fi'h'ai-' p'assihgf  I,  KSI-ABI^lSHElisie   lvW>WM^f&M  ^^k��^o��ce,th>l the alwye Is a'true^cop^oa  propqsed;:by-Uw.vupoH^whldi-:;the-;vbte^of^he;;:v'ViSS:p(;-r:--.":v-;^^^  .municipality'-'wlil.be,' takehat'the.CitvVOfiice,f ��� -���''���'���;'' '-'uniuiv nirrvTou^V^iiu.".',-':���-..  PhpenixIB.c;on Moiidayjthe5thdayofAugust.  ioor, between the hours of8 a.m. anil 4 p;iii._, i/iVi  fSi-'SS;'?;*'):?-Clerk. '���- "���-���--��� ���-��������� -���-'���  vBpAmow.-piR^TbRijj;  'R.'W.iHENKKEK; I'resideiitVi  ?i}i/i Hon. MV-JIV iCocHKAKK/iVtce-rres.-;;  ml��^  *<&**'  if ^  1 wiW^y;  y ��afeerlhii  ��Moh'i^KiardonSiis^u'st\*!fihishing4'a-,  ^0.rp��ii1i��nr^^,'nni--rIInriYininn.l-.avpriMAr^rtiv:-.  SiJoti&Jis';^  heretofore subsisting between; iis;',-;theJ-jKupder-:  signed, as .wholesalejliquor,-merchants in'the  town;- of Coscode:iand5^ity:.;of iPhbeiiixif British  ICbliimbta^'iiiidex.'tHeJi'a'nier-UUev.and'rAnti^W.  " W.day'{been,vdissolvie<i-.by..  ? debts f owing^;to'the;sald *  Slonuler SS Co.'ihas Uils .day\beea,vdissolv��i\by.(  ^utualScoiisentfeilAIi; '   Jlerk. of the Municipal Coniicil.^'   - v-^Israel;-Wc^;^.-;S.tMltchell.-t<J';'Stev"ciisV-,.:r.''N:  ���vvCA'''-,i.V,--j.^;'V'W-.*'.v.'^K��-;.!!^!^  V^ % MI If';S;: If nnJXrt-?::?'' j?iAVm^'-: Fak WEuKGe'ii'l ^Mgr^i-'y^S^iWr'^}!'] '���  t'l-.'.Mgr,  l��S',.,-.:i,f.-;'"Jas::'��lackiiiii6n;>:Assistant Geh'l Mgri;1,���;,-,���������;  '���'���:ii'i W. S;; Koo KM^'Ucal MgrA}' '��� v.'-t>"ii-'-.:-v 'i>v;ii;;^.'���>:;-�����'  ;;i:;--'--if;-iSy:K-'.SfOREy;:Iiisriector;df.nrauche.s'.;��:;i>  ^W;!;vf;'.Sl<;^;BR^CfIKsJi^  lii- Prov'ince ofQuehec^-;;-^;:; T - 'Ki'^^^MZ.-'^Z  I'v^S^^I'^f'-^^Atistini: Manager^ fe;-.';^-:;;^;;'-;  ;;��;.^*a^erioo;;yi;r.^rigg��^^  c;;;:^r;R^k;istajidi-:S;^tevens^Maiia'g^  ���',!:;.S;i'C^vyanSyliiei;;H;;Fi:;W^  :;F:;f{gCMticopk)^t:;N^R6bii^ohi:��r^^^  ;|||s?0Richinondy- W^^^fialA�� ^"^JfSSr.vf S V.:7^":"- 'i^S^ v'  $5;%.G��nb'K^^  ^ii;;I&d^ril/K.^.:^orgn|i,;Mgr:;?;,V^  ���;;^^.Hu;uting^oii;^^/Watsbii',^  ;^ft;^;iit^gbg^^P,;p^iv;ier^Wg^  ^i;;y;;St^}Iyachit|��;-Jgiafra^  ^:vW-;Ornis;tpwu;;w;-H::Hargrtye^^  .ni;Pr;6vinre;bf^fiti8!i;c61iimW  ;^;gtiraiid,Hprksii.W inS SpjeV;';Mgr ?"w. A-:.; ��:-;.':  ^J|;;;;phTCni^F^wK.SlM^  AgentsvViii xlCanada'f^^ JBmifelbf.tMoHtfe-araiid-  Brniiches  ^^r|r*|ti^!Ste^  mm?  ayenueg  ^s;Th^j;-j.mostfec<>mplele;��U''iPi?*-v|:''#|i'  :oto,;.the;CO.ntlueut;of,v^6rth-n,;.Ci;iH;t;J,:;;n  America;;  __ ife:i:':-Siiua'ted^midsf"B'''p!:��S*:n,\ip:-;Tr^  SiSersWga^^?iw^dlb^5OTmn^^  WoenlxaforesaldViahdall claims'against  saidirartneraWparetobe^^presented to the said   iei?,!iSff a,,kan��;^ur^^^^^  Vi^b^Mbnnler;%wnOm the same^lllSb^  nuuic:  malts arrive audfdepart :eve7yfda/..';-"Its?bath8  cure all nervous and muscular diseases- Its wat-  ers heal all Kldney.Xfverahd Stomach Allrheuts;  Termsivjis to;$i8per;jweek,aecdrellrig; to residence in hotel oryillasl W Halcyon; Springs), Ar-1  rowlalMVBiC;-;:;v:iv''"::-j;r:':'.j:'\:.-.j.-r,:.:-j*;'v-,V;,  ;M'^-Uudbii,':tihe;<V.XaU6ualBaiik.bfSMttaiid::  'fC^"?^Bostbu|JJatloual;,-Bxcliaiige;,Ba"iik,iA;--fi-!,-v'i;  jijj'rvi/Nc^/YorkljNatio'ital.Pal-k Mnkr;.;;;i^:r;;;.;;  ;KCbiiectibiis;'?made;at; Vaili^' a'ccessi'bie;.i',pbintsl.'  Drafts issued for any-required: amounts, good .at  ,'Btt.pbints;in^;C^uaaB^'.'<iU;-S.i:BnU'nl{urbpe;>j.]{x-  change bought and gold,;;;;,;.;; V;vfe,;;!vSV.j.;.":'.-.'.-'--;^.):;  'SATIKOS BRANCH"���'; i>EPARTMBNT.v'AT : KACH,  y;:;l;p^'WCJB.:;;s:y;i:>;.,i:/'V:^:;^'J;;^^  i: Interest allowed frbih'date of deposii aiid coin-'  ;|>buuded annually without requiring attention of j 9f'S a. m  depositor,;:,: ������?���}���,;^-'fij/.,':'^:?.-,-.}t-'!T':;^y';?'Z':'-'���-������./'.'-.v.-'i'~;���;,';.���';������  ;:;;0ffic,e'Houra:;ib^3v^ttlrday.frbm tft^.i;;';w^^';fei-^';fi;--''  :';vSee;;AI iiistroiri:;& i Jierg-;-at'-Vt.lie|:Npr:'  rlifiii.';;hote!,tDoiiiiiiii^  ^ii'.ypul5!^isii^rti;| .first fcjassXcigaritcali:  iprithiei'Miners"'''.^^!^  p;-;ltof]fSale��5:Q^  ;;.tc);'j|lr;sijyy-,fi^  Z:;- A sk^fofv;^th c:v;;-M i ii mXympii;''G.igar^  Gjear)si^'aya'iia-;i?jljer1;^^  <f\) r. $�� Si.t ii'mpnsj^den lis ty ;;jf RorirJell  ���BlSck;/';Greeiii.w^  ^?: iG pod; co ni for fa b) e; rbp tiis1a t^ reason \  able^'atesi^t;:Nordfcii::h6tel^  ^S'tores/andj^  soilf A iiderspii;\ijIo<ii%S|;3V j > j )j>';|ip ?; j-N.I (��  ���Afthuri&i';MpirK^f^  w^3ee'A);ms^rpm;^|]}^  :deii|hptefc;l3pi^.mm  ^''Ni|i'pus:;ox]d^  ,|ess.;extraclipji-p|teejii';.;;a^  spn's^jiKotii';j>ljpiic^  ?y.Cip'odv;cpm^  ral)je';rate^;at^Np^  : a yen ue,;;^t^<0i��$^!^^flS^:0fM&  ^^Van^ed-;i)y'; la^j\;:^i?ositit)n:;;asS'c66k':  yhfeitreSs^r-iJaiiyUH  :tb: G.vE;;;Kinha.i:di|Ui>ipiv1^  \-y. For, --.Sai(^.^^i��stai>l>-4l ted .;'^uiii drj% Ip'i'i g.  .Jeaseytdoing^gpf^^iu  tliirig'cpfiijileteX J/iYiJl.uy Xi lg V'.iTi.si't V i rc^^-.-jTiir.i  v[tnre:;at;;Pibiie'eX;b!fiie/';:,-;'^^  ;;'.*;;]^prASa!e^-.Gfetefiil;;stp  qbiiipliete.;^;witivr^buijtiiiigs^;* fixiuj-t>s,  stpeki-etc;-XI liiniM  %reed; teriiiS^XAddre^  |P|||iP|Pp^I|;H.  lllllllli  :fXiN';;GREAuv;v^Rii;V'Y:X:-  liGRAVES-X:  WIIIJAWS  ..<aVr��h^'f^-��^  ;:;;;|PROVINCIAfJji,A^  ".$' i tj yi i.�� a Wi:>;-: \l in i n�� ; Mur, 1 n k k r .  -.X ';';| PHbENlX?andGRAND FORKS, B. C.  Shot Lodge, No. 4^i  Alwts'every��� tlriirHHay; Kvt-:lit Mincrri*  Uiiioir; Hjill.'-, ViyitinKBrethr^ii.Ciri'ili-,  HJly-Irivitetl.;.!-��-. ;;n.^AViiiTKMbEi.^; <n;;v  ;-XS'i::';>v ��� ii v .'if? fe". ���;!{.;; M K.t ii;'. K ko. S^iw sS  r��i��'  ���",������  liiill  iNELSC^l&l^^i^HEpPARri'  ;. Tlie biiij-all-rail route between all" rmints-eiisti  west, arid south toKosslaud; Nelson and all-in-  terulediate poiiits;'coUnectiiig at Spokane ivith  the Great NprtheriiVNortherii Pacific'ando; R.&  <' CoiiuectsatNeisioii.witJifstenmer'.rbr' Kaslbaiid  all Kootenay I,akcvpoints:;;:;'.;���'!'$-::;>;?.;;.:,;;:';'  - Coo ii eels at Meyer'8l--allswitli stage dttily for  Republic,and,coimectsat Bossburg.wiili stage  daily for Grand Fbrks ���arid Orceiiwoc-d.:  Buffet' Sleeper.ruu:bii  ^lasseiigcr; traiiis be-  tiyeeuSpokansniid North port. ���;   ��� ',: .-:';,���'���'''���'������  ��Fg;SFtKCTiyk;;sunday;;.may'5, '1901;;; a. ;���  v-;lVeave;,-g^jVi;;?.!Bally,Traiii'-''-'i'i.-".:. ,V-;''���';��� Arrive."  9X��a.m..;.....V;.;.;^;Spokane......;.....,.....;;35 p. ,in."  ;2:jba; m;;���y.;;;i..;Ros!,laiid,^;,..i;..~;;;.;..4:io;p; m.   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