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The Phoenix Pioneer Jul 13, 1901

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 i, ��,\r"ctlus  worr' attention    than  ..g[?H.O:EN,IXjy  if yoii m'TbTT to receive 111? 111I11I112  ���,ai-n.cr��l iich'k .ftlilK wiii|. ami  lie llt/iiiidary, .nulwcrlue to tile  I'lHlKNIJC   J'.CINKKK ' .   ,.    i J ,;i .1    I  2^0  1  During the year 1900 100.000  TON* OF one were jthipped from  the mine* of .::::::���::  Forllie fi(��t Ave mouths of 19m  over oo.ooa ton* of ore wei e (hipped ,01  at the rale of ajo.wno ton* annunlly.  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining DLL kt.  Vol. II,  PHOENIX, BRITISH  COLUMBlA, SA rURDAY, JULY  I.},'  10CH.  No. 3b.  rl. &.. \jKjm9 Ld,  Special  Sale  Of  All     ���-~ _  ���'��� -..-M,.Ll..U'-.'l  1          SHIRT  WAISTS.  j              In White ami Color*.  !          <�� 00,  Rait  Price  \2 00  ;       2 00.  M  it  1 .'55  j       175.  ��� 4  1*  1 2)  '     .'I 50,  44  11  1 00  1 00,  P.  II  11  80  K. SKIRTS,  is m  ?nle  Price  <2 05  a 00  a  tf  2 25  2 2��  "  II  ��� 1 70  CRASH  SKIRTS.  ��3 75  Sa'ts  I'rlro  *8 00  .'I 50  tl  11  2 05  ,') 00  14  it  2 15  1 50  It  11  1 00  INDIES' WRAPPERS.  *����� 00  .Suit)  Price  f�� 00  2 5)  "  M  I 115  2 25  ti  II  1 70  2 00  it  *l  1 50  I 50  ?<  II  1 00  WHITE    UNDERWEAR  CORSKT COVKRS.  5.c   Sale   Price    40c  00c     "     '   "        45,;  LADiES' NIGlWkOBES  Kule   Pi Ice  |1 50  2 00  Summer  ���100 f   150 \  Children's    Night, Robes^  Same Reduction.  LADIES'" CHEMISE.  f3 00   Rale   Price   >2 15  LADIES' DRAWERS.  *2 00   Stile   Price   \'i 15  LADIES' UNDERSHIRTS  -���'   (1 50   Sale   Price   *   05  2 00  1 50  Goods  WHITE COTTON.  12!.Ce    Sale     Price     lOu  ]5c        " "    12lf.c  18.-        " "       15c  WHITE SHEETS.  <1 -Ji'   Sail;   Price f   05  PILLOW   SLIPS  40.:     Sale'   Price      "0u  ffi-        ' "        25c  LADIES'COTTON HOSE  !{5��'      Pale    .Price     25-. .  40c        '' "*      80c-    "  JHK:        " "   ,   40.!  inn-  General  Merchants, Old Ironsides Avenue, Phoenix.  So Said Jay P. Graves in Spokane.  BUT THE SITS IS NOT  SETTLED  Graaby Smeller Will Treat 1,250 Ions of Phot-  nix ore Etch U Hour* After September  First.  ������The Granby Consolidated company will go ahead at once with the  building ot' its copper refinery. We  arc getting the pieliminary information as last as possible, ami it is only  a question of time before ground is  biokcn," said Jay P. Graves, the vice-  president nud general manager of the  Granby company, who is just back  fiom the cast, to a Spokesnun-Re-  \iew reporter (his week.  "The location of the plant is still  unsettled. Recent development q have  left the sits uncertain. Whciever it  goes, however, it will be a plant employing fiom 300 to 400 men, for we  must have a smelting plant in connection with it, A icfinery gets so many  different sorts of matte that it must  often run the material through a fui-  nace in order to fit it for refining.  "We were considering some months  ago to build a .smeltei on the coast,  hut we were not able to .get contracts  for sufficient 01c to justify a plant.  Theicfore we do not expect to commence woik on  a  coast   smelter   this  GOLDEN CROWN WILL START IN AUGUST.  IU 111!!.! Ill  Director* of New Company met Tuesday In  RoMlaadj,  XV. |. Portei returned Wednesday  from Rossland, where he attended a  meeting the previous day of the director of the Golden Crown Mines, Ltd.,  which is the successor^ the Brandon  and Golden Crown Mining Co. The  meeting was for the purpose of con-  fuming the ptoceedings of the meeting recently held at Greenwood. The  eatlier meeting was held,as an extra-  ordinaiy general meeting lor the  pin- lSnb*crlp��ionn Are Coming in Liberally  Al.    ready���Another Meeting to tie Held To.  Big Time Here on Labor Pay,  September 2nd.  ALL CITIZENS ARE ENTHUSIASTIC  pose of re-organizing the old company  on an assessable basis. ,  At Tuesday's meeting the pioceedings of the Greenwood' meeting were  conliinied, as expected/'those Drescnt  being Hon. T. M. Daly* W. L." Orde  and Mr, Porter. In about one month  fiom that meeting it is ^expected that  the work of pumping out the Golden  Crown will be commenced, after which  development will be instituted, and  Mi. Porter says that he'jdocs not anticipate any mote shut downs.  Might nt Ike Schoolhonac.  Last Saturday night it was definitely decided to hold a Labor Day celebration in Phoenix this year. A  meeting was held in the school house  t'j considei the matter, and the building was packed to the doors, Geo.  Rumberger, the mayor, was elected  chairman, and Joe M. Taylor, secretary. A number of those present spoke  The   new   Golden ^Crown Mines, |jn iavor of the plan,  including  reprc-  Ltd��� will have the .sainefcapit.11 as the sentatives of the business element and  Morrin, Thompson &Co.  O300OOO00OO0OO00CO0O0OtOOOOOOOOO00O0OO000OOOO0  We have made arrangements fcr a large  supply of FRUITS for preserving. These will  be due iu about two weeks or less and' will include Peaches, Plums, Pears, Apricots, Prunes,  Cherries, Gooseberries, Raspberries, Etc., and  we can jell 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  k.50 and $1.75 per doz.  Half Gals, at $1.25,  m  ,50 and  McOormack's Biscuits to  hand this week. We are  sole agents_for_thisi Jine  in Phoenix andthey_are  by far the Choicest JLjne  on the Markets. Try a  box of the Famous Jersy  Cream Sodas.  You can make 110 mistake by giving us your  grocery orders.    All we ask is a trial order.  We will be in our new quarters on Dominion Ave. by the end of next week, and extend a  hearty invitation to all residents of Phoenix to  visit us in the most complete Hardware and  orocery Establishment in the Boundary.  00000000000000 obooooooooo 00000000000000000000  IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH  ycai. We were negotiating with the  Brittania people to neat theii ore.  We made them two propositions. One  was lor them to equip the mine and  furnish us tbe oie. The other was  foi us to equip the mine and have  them luniish us the ore. They cjid  not lavor eithei plan, however, foi  they are Hying to sell.  "Djcs the lelinquishment of the  plan to biiild a smelter on the coast  mean that you are not considering the  coast as a lefincry site?" Mr. Graves  was usked.  ''"Not necessarily." he answcicd,  "I'^'P^&li^Si^aMS'lUbiiia factor-in  detei mining"the site.  NelMn Gels Lead Refinery.  "Unless some one else builds a Canadian lead lefinei) wc shall do so,-'  he continued. "However, I think it  settled that the refinery will be built  at Nelson, B. C'  "Will the Canadian Pacific lailwny  build it?"  " That is rumored, but I am not in  a position to say.  "The Granby company is piepaiing  to enlarge itsJSiueliing plant at Grand  Foiks as soon as circumstances will  justify. With two furnaces we are  handling 625 tons of oie a day. We  shall have two more furnaces and two  new converters in use by September  1st. Then we can handle 1,250 tons  of ore i>er day. Alieady we aie able  to treat $5 oie at a small profit, and  we hope to be able to tre.U stiil lower  grade oie. Ot couise 0111 ability to  mine, smelt and refine this marvelous-  ly low grade product is due to our  very complete plant, and to the fine  fluxing qualities of the ore itself. We  are working all the time to reduce op-  eiating costs still fuither. Now we  are planning to put in steam shovels  to scoop the ore fiom the open quai-  ries into the cars. Th.it will do away  with shovelets.  Copper Loss of .2 per Cent.  "It is said that some ol the north  western .smelteis are losing .3 per cent  of copper in thcii slag, which equals a  copper loss of onl) $1 a ton. Is that  a lair average foi Boundaiy ores?" Mi.  Giaves was asked.  Yankee like, he answered   with   an  old corporation, namely]; $1,500,000,  iu one dollar shares. rThcse shares  will be assessable up to 5 cents'each,  the first assessment bejng one cent  |>er share. The directors of the new  company are Hugh John McDonald,  of Winnipeg; Judge Cumberland, Senator Kirkoffer, F. Nation!;' J^ Keams,  (j. R. Caldwell, and Andrew Kelly, of  Brandon, Man.'; \V.'_ A,' Fuller, of  Gieenwood and J. Pairish, ol Winnipeg. Hugh John McDonald will be  the president and John, Ingalls, of  Brandon, the secretary-treasurer of the  new company. ���; <  The* Golden Crown mine is one of  the best known properties in Wellington camp, a little over two miles from  Phoenix. It wa<= originally located by  W.J.Portei, who in 1897 turned it over  to the Biandon and Gplden Crown i  Mining Co., which company worked  it up to a few months ago. A little  less than 2,500 tons of ore; weie shipped from this property to the Trail  smelter, including a few tons to" the  'Gianby smeltei. The ore, like that-  of most of the mines in the Boundarj,  is not high giade, and at the time 01  shipment the charges lor fieight and  tieatment were high.' But, the  bjow  nig yni^fitb��.,.two^raouiidw>\vsme!fer!.u-ie'��ricc��.sa'ry''tfurlLis~ wilf"be raised  has made a great impiovement in "this ] without much trouble.  respect," and properties can   now   ship'   at a piofit that could not do so before.,     H you wish a first-class cigar call for  Those best acquainted have gieat laith j the Miners' Union. *  iu the Golden Crown as a steady  pro  of the labor organizations, and it was  unanimously decided lo proceed with  the preparations for the celebiation on  a laige scale.  r A finance committee, consisting of  the following, was appointed : Wm.  Abbott, J. A. Morrin, Jas. Marshall,  Thomas Hardy, W. V. Kempt, and  J. F. Hemenway.  1'he following were appointed on a  general committee: ��� The mayor and  city council, together with the secretaries of the several labor organizations in the citv, and the following  business men- C. I). Hunter, ]���'. W.  Slack, W. J. Porter, O. S. Walker,  J.'F. Hemenway, J. E. XV. Thompson,  A. P. McKenzie, J. A. Morrin, J, B.  Boyle, T. H. Richaids, T. Corner and  \V. V. Kempt.  The finance committee will lepoit  to the general committee at a general  meeting to be held this evening at die  school house at 9 o'clock, to which all  are invited.  During the week the membeisol the  '.nance committee have been at work  id aie much gratified at the success  'iat has attended their effoi Is thus far.  1 all the business men respond as  iberally as those already  approached,-  STRIKE IS ON AT ROSSLANC.  Men All Walk Out In   the Rowland  Orent  Western Propertiet.  1 At a very laigely attended "meeting  ol the Rossland Miners' Union, Wednesday evening, at which over 400  members were pieseni, it was decided  by an almost unanimous vote to call  the men out ol the Rossland Great  Western properties. This includes the  Le Roi, Le Roi No. 2, Rossland Great  Westcin and Kootenay mines.  The strike commenced at 7 o'clock  Thuisday morning, and the engineers  at the main shaft ot the Le Roi, the  pump men at the several mines and  the firemen were not included in the  rail.  The Centre Star and War Kagle  mines and other properties in the  camp arc still under consideration by  the union, and it has not been decided  whcthei they are to be included in the  strike or not,  The official notice of the* union in  regard to the strike states: "This  strike is in sympathy with the smelter-  men's ��trike at Northport, Wash., and  for $3 per day for shovellers and car  men aud to adjust other grievances."  A later re|x>rt is to the effect that  the miners in the War Eagle and  Centre Star mines were called out  yesterday, and that the Trail smelter  had closed in consequence. -  threTmen were hurt.  Contract Let For V., V. &E.  Railway. ���  STEWART AID WELCH GET A PART  CMtnuU Hive Been Awarded For the Whole  Work From  Mnrcns, Wish., to Phoe.  ,   nlx-To be Complete' Thin Pall,  ducer, and with the aid of the money  shoitly available from the proceeds of  the assessments they expect to prove  up the property to the satisfaction ot  all interested.  Morrin & Thompson have begun  the work of moving theii extensive  hardware stock to the new store building just completed on Dominion avenue, adjoining the postofhYe.  M^^^^^^M^t  PHOENIX BRANCH ORE SHIPMENTS.  The following tnbk gue* tlie ore shipments of I'hoenix llranch nnd other Ilotindnry  mints' tor 1900, for the past week, for 1901. nnd the total to d��te.���  iqoo Week  Old Ironsides, Knob Hill  and Victoria       64,533  Totals  B. C. Mine  Golden Gown  Winnipeg   Athelstan   Snowshoe   Brookh n. .   ..  R. Hell   Totals, tons.   .  Mother Lode. Deadwood,  Othei Boundar) mines  Grand Totals, tons. ..  19,494  2,500  ',075  1,200  300  '5��  8o>252  5.340  3,180  3.9'6  ��,245  60  .=3,687  178,320  25.63'  45.'25  2,500  1,125  5.1��  '.75��  375  675  '5��  140  '4�� ^('  5.221  2,25��  140.383  42,670  500  229,785  48,010  3,680  97.772 7,471       183,553        281,475  m&^x&^&^&%?^^  THINKS WELL OF 0RANBY CO.  Nail  other"question. "So they say that the  smelters are making a copper loss of  only .3 per cent in. slag?" he said.  "Are there any of them that are really  keeping their slag loss under .6 per  cent? I do not care to say what  slag loss is, for that, is nobody's  ness but our own. 1 don't mind  ing, however, thai.on many days  slag loss is only .2 percent."  out  busi-  say-  011 r  DOMINION and OLD IRONSIDES AVE.  HI  New Skips Have Arrived.  Yhursday the two skips for the  Brooklyn and Stemwinder arrived and  the former, is. now being put in place.  The Brooklyn skip will hold two tons,  and that for the Stemwinder one ton  of ore. They are the first skips to be  used in this camp.  Tuesday the new 20-horse power  hoist was put.in use at the Brooklyn,  and the work'of erecting the new gallows frame, some 60 feet high, is well  statted. About the first of August, the  entire work of putting in the' new  machinery at the Brooklyn should be  finished. For the time being, until  connections are made from the south  drift of the Brooklyn, work on ���tlie  Idaho has been suspended.  Ask for  the  Miners' Union Cigar.  Clear Havana Filler.  C. Carruthers and Frank E. Heb-  J-  den, ol! Nelson, were  Victoria this week.  registered at the  Editor nf Nelson Tribune Hits the  the Head.  One of the mining companies  that  is making a name foi itself as well   as  a  reputation   for British Columbia is  the Gianby   Consolidated   Company,  says the Nelson Tribune.     It, has  a  capital of $15,000,000, aud operates a  smelter at Grand Forks and mines at  Phoenix.    Although its share  capital1  is the largest of any mining  company  in  the province,  yet  never a Word'  comes from its , managers  other than  words of cheer.     They do  hot issue  blue-ruin   manifestos.     On   the coi,-  trrry, when they talk  for  publication,  every word uttered goes to show  that  they have confidence in   the  country  and in themselves.   They do  not  attend meetings of mine-owners' associations  called   to  harass and embitter  working miners and cause distrust   in  business circles by threats' of "closing  down mines.     There seems   to  be a  radical difference  between   the  company managed by Jay P.Graves  and j  iiis  assistant,   A. C.   Flumerfelt,   and j  the companies'managed by the manifesto writers, McDonald and Kirby, of  Rossland.  j King Edward Lodge.  I     The Masons of Phoenix have  been  on I granted a dispensation  b\   the  grand  j lodge, whicii met at Nelson, June  21.  to work as .1 lodge undei the name ol  King Edwaid  Lodge,  with   lollowing  officers.     Worshipful   Master,   F.   L.  Cock; Senior Warden, 1). W. McDonald; Junior Warden, Alex   Henderson;  Secretary, Jno.   F.   Hemenway.    The  Masons have been   meeting  in   lodge  of Instruction for some  months   past,  land   have  a   membership  of twenty-  five.  May Work Monarch and Tamarack.  Last week Barclay Bonthrone and  Dalziel Gordon Smith, of 'Vancouver,  arrived in town, and have looked over  the Monarch and Tamarack claims,  adjoining the Rawhide. Mr. Bonthrone is the representative of the Erl  Syndicate, Ltd., an organization of  English capitalists, owning these  claims awl others in this province.  It is expected that'.development on  these well know properties'will be inaugurated at no distant date.  Two   In  the  Snowshoe  and One  In   the  Knob Hill Mine.  Last Sunday an accident occurred  in the Knob Hill mine, by which Edward Vance, a mucker, had his right  leg broken. "He was at the ioo-foot  level, had loaded a car on the cage,  and contrary to rules had stepped on  the cage after- giving the signal to  hoist. In failing his legs fell between  the cage and the sides of the winze  and he was dragged 100 feet'to the  top. Foitunate'y he was not as seriously hint as expected, as only one  leg was fractured. He was taken to  Greenwood hospital, and is now rapidly tecoveiing.  , At 10 o'clock Monday Ed. Rowe  and John Taprill,' two miners working  in the No, 1 east drift of the No. 2  level of the railway tunnel, Snowshoe  mine/were badly injured by, 'an explosion of powder. It appears that  ��� they ��� weWpfcltftig'Hn " dn't about" 14  feet lrom the lace, when .suddenly  there was a blinding Hash and the  muck flew in all diiectious. The accident was evidently caused by some  loose powder being mixed up with the  muck.  'I he eyes of both men were " badly  injured by the explosion, and they  were sent on Tuesday by Phoenix  Miners' Union No. 8 to Spokane, to  be operated on by Di. Thomson, the  j famous oculist. A telegram was received lrom Spokane yesterda), stating that one opeiation had been performed, and that it was thought the  sight of both Rowe and Taprill would  be saved.  Fire Brigade Meeting.  Thuisday evening ol last week a  second meeting of those interested in  the lormation of a fne brigade was  held. A veibal icport was made by  the Lommittee appointed to interview  the" council, to the effect that the city  would supply all that was needed in  the way ol paiapheinali.i. A committee co diatt by-laws to be submitted at the meeting to be held this week  was appointed when ofiiceis were also  to have been elected. Some 50 names  are now on the membership roll.  The meeting to have been held  Thuisday ot this week was postponed  till nest Monday night, when a lull  attendance is lcmiested.  E. W. Monk, of the  firnv of Mc-  Arthur & Monk, returned  Thursday  from a trip along the route of the new-  railway being built into the Boundary  from the American side, having gone  some distance below   Cascade.    He  says that there is beginning to be the  greatest activity all through  that sec-,  tion.     The railroad grading has already been all let out to the main contractors, and  the sub-contractors  are  now looking over the route, taking  pieces of work, and getting in  their  grading outfits.   The route of the new-  line runs up the valley of Kettle,' river  from Marcus to Cascade, where there  will be an 8oo-foot tunnel,     Then  it  follows the Kettle river ��� to   Grand  Forks, and thence up Fourth of July  -  creek, by way of  Summit   camp  to  Phoenix.      A    branch  is   also   to  lie built   to   Republic,      Sims and  Shields have got the contract for the  entire work,  which  they  let out  in  large blocks of from one to five miles  each.     In  many cases  this is then  sub-let to smaller contractors.     Mr.  Shields this week made the following  announcement as to tha..sub-contracts:  .Beginning at  Marcus, Wash.,  subcontracts on the road bed  have  been  awarded as follows:  Fiist six miles to Parker & Mulligan of St. Paul.  Five miles to John Grant  of Fair-  bault, Minn.  Next five miles yet to be definitely  awarded.  Ten miles, or  to  the  international  boundary, Patrick Welch of Spokane. '  1   Fifteen miles, covering the portion *  of, the J>rancJi,ity.<Rrjnrj $h ��C,f il mabiar^ j *-> > -  W. Stewart of Spokane.    Mr.'Stewart ..'  with his brother-in-law^ P. .Welch, will *  also build the toad from Grand   Forks  to Phoeniv, a  distance of about   24  miles. *  It is evpected that 3,000 men will  be employed on 'the construction in a  short time, and no time will be lost,  as it is the intention to tun tiains ovei  the new road this next wintei. A  steel bridge about 1,500 feet long, will  be built over the Columbia river at  Marcus, which will piobably be finished some time in the spring.  ^*%****'%%'%/V%4��/��%%'%*  New Grnnb} Co.'s Officers.  At   the   icceni   meeting    ot    the  Granby   Consolidated    company    in  Montieal, officers weie elected as   lol-  lows:      President, S. H. C. Miner, ol  .Granby,'Quebec;   vice-president  and  general   manager, Jay   P. Graves,   of  Spokane;   secretary,   A. L. White,  of  New   York  and   Montieal; treasurer,  George'Wooster; assistant to the managers, ��� H. N. Galer.    Thedirectors; include Messrs. Miner, Graves, Flumer-|  felt and-White, and'W. H. Robinson,  manager of the   Eastern   Townships  bank at Gianby;   Fayette Brown, general manager of the   Mutual   Life  Insurance   Company   for   Canada,   and  }. H. McKechiiie, general manager of  the Granby Rubber Co.     The directors decided on several important lines  of  policy,   which,   however,   are   not  read v., to be made public vet.  Working on the Wagon Road.  ������Thomas Faulkner,.of Grand Forks,  who'has the contract for the construction of the Phoenix-Summit wagon  road, has begun active operations at  both ends of the route. He now has  a force of 40 men engaged in clearing  the right of way, preparatory to the  actual work of grading. The road  will come into Phoenix close to the  C P. R. station, a short distance from  which one gang of men is at work.  Had 92 Pupils During Vear.  When the Phoenix public school  closed a few days ago for the .summer  vacation, which lasts until Aug. 19th,  the following certificates were awarded:  John Graham having passed the  high school entrance at Greenwood,  was awarded a high school entrance  certificate. Arthur Swanson for regular attendance; Claud Stent for proficiency; Cora Graham for  deportment.  There were in all 92 pupils during  the year. The highest attendance', in  one month was 67 with an average oi  49 (Dec.) and least 38 with an average of 35 (March.)  J. W. H. Smythe Buried Saturday.  Last Wednesday week J. XV. H.  Smythe, manager of the Canadian  Bank of Commerce at Greenwood,  after an illness of some litile time,  passed away at the age of 32. The  immediate cause of death was ii-  flamatory rheumatism. The remains  were interred in the-Greenwood cemetery Inst Saturday.  Mr. Smythe came I to Greenwood  less than a yeur ago from Cranbrook,  where he was also manager of a  branch of the same institution. By  his straightforward business dealings  he nwde many friends in both Greenwood and Phoenix. He leaves a  widow.  If you wish  a first class cigar, call  for the Miners' Union. *  Work on the steel converter buildings at the Granby smeltei has been  stalled.  The R. Bell, Summit camp, shipped  three cars of ore to the Gianby smelter this week.  This week the Grinby smeltor, al  Giand Foiks, treated 4,375 tons ot  Phoenis ore. Last week the sm^iter  was closed two days foi lepairs.  J. L. P.uker, superintendent ot the  Dominion Coppei Co., has a foice ot  men sampling the Emma, in Summit  camp, owned by McKenzie & Mann  and XV. T Smith.  I  1     Some ol the finest oie yet found in  'this camp is said to have been (lis-,  closed by the recent dirmond drill  work on the Idaho The dsill is now-  down over 300 feet.  Both sinking and raising are   being  prosecuted on the   Rawhide  by   Con-  ['tractor Gillis in the main shaft.    Some  I day work is also being  done on   tins-  property   by   the   Dominion    Copper  company.  Negotiations are iu progress for a  deal on the Oro Denoro, and it is expected that this property will open up  again in a short time. It is saiil that  ore can be. shipped from the surface of  this mine at a profit.  Last week the ore .shipments were  crowded out ot the Pioneer by a press  of matter. They were ;is follows:  Knob Hill group, 3,099 tons; 1!. C.  mine, 1,100 tons; R. Bell, 40 tons,  Mother Lode, 2,144 tons; total 6,383  tons.  It is reported that John Doisey has  about finished negotiations for tlie  sale of the Blue Bell mine, in Summit  amp, to a syndicate of wealthy Milwaukee men. Mr. Dorsey is still in  the cast, and definite information is  expected shortly.  At the Lake claim, in Skylark < amp,  about two and a half miles from Phoenix, the new machinery is nearly all  installed. The cable was put in yesterday, and in a few days everything  will he ready for the resuming of systematic development.  '��� ' * p-fj  "     ft  1 f\    i!  1    -�� <���  "    I  '". "<l p  '? J��!  lbcsiKI  J.*  it..  ���^iT;  n.  ���  * ?k.  ' :>   t<  !f!f  '>���*  4        '.���   ���. ��� ������"  ''���" .��� ������".'.���'.'���'��� ''"'.'"        '.-���'���' " ":./���, ''���-''.���""���;'���'  I" V--* >.T'  ����-*!X*>  �� j   **ir����i*�� ������  7-.,r._-._..���   ,_-,,_. ���,j._._��� _������_.������.^v,,. --vt-.,,*,,-���,.-.-*ijr7ii��">i  ����**.,, n 1     '   ' -A " i       ~    s 5'-r>     w   �� > - ���   ���   1       *  _/���,;*��� ml  0    D  Pi  THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  ^,��.��,�� ++��+^-M^<"M>*-��++��^t<>^****+����** �������������������������������������������  | The Canadian Bank of Commerce  ���  t  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  " Capital,  $,000,000.  Rest, $2,000,000.  Ttades and J.abor Council, that the  committee in charge of the drilling  contest must see that all who enter  mush show their union card, showing  thenf to be in good standing at least  two month* prior to said entry.  (Signed), John Riordan,  Secretary.  D. J. MATHESON,  HON. CEO. A. COX, Prcafcbat. B. B. WALKER, Genual Mjoacn.  J. H. PLUMMER. A��>t Gcn'l Hanapr.  I J. W. B. SIYTHE, MANAGER fiREENWIOD BRANCH.  ������������������������������������������������#�� ������������4�� + +M��)+++*++"��  The Phoenix Pioneer*  USTBD ON KATVfMAr BT THE  PIONEER PUBLI8HING00.  AT rHORXl*. B. C  W. B. WILLCOX. Manager^  Columbia Telephone, No. *9-  Vernon & NeUott Telephone. No. 14.  the ground instead of on paper. The  wail sent up is really needless. Never  were there better opportunities foi  capital. 1  Dr.   Simmons,  Block, Greenwood.  dentist,     Rendell  V. & N, phone 96.  Stores and offices to rent 111 Morrison-Anderson block. Apply to Mc-  Arthur & Monk. *  For Sale���5-Octave Piano. Apply  to Mrs. XV. B.Willcox, Grey Eagle ave.  INSUKANCr AOfNI",  IIKI, I IH-, ACCIHFNT.  ('<iminito.il,110? I��r liiling AtHdnilt*.  FiiobNix, B.  BELL'S  rW STABLES  AND  SAI.K  BUILDING STRAJOUT TO PHOENIX.  cuBsourrioNS m abva>ce.  tar Yenr. .'..-. .......���.... , ���  Six Months...;. .   To Foreign Countries,. ���.,.._...-.........  i    If you are not ��� ��ub��criber to thl�� p��perf thl��  U��o -t-ritation to you to became one.  .   JLivtrtMnt reta furnUhed on application.  regal notice* 10 and 5 cmii per line.  Four weekly insertion* constitute one month's  adrerUsinc  [2 -' *  ���v  <UMOMl  ����>"  ���v'  ,1,.  ...* '''.;  UBOt BAY IN PHOENIX.  \K  ^���; -,���  M       J  r -a '"  ,J'f.  I��  ,1  ��v  ^   '       p  Z.--A-  'If*!' .  1 C S  ���~X    j.  -,04-  .ill    S.  1 ' , ' Residents and citizens of Phoenix  1 ��� have taken hold of the labor day cele-'  bration in a way that promises the' ut:  .>    most success to the effort   The meeting last Saturday evening at the school  house was one of the most'enthusiastic  yet held in the city, and but one opinion was. expressed���that' the celebration should take place in Phoenix this  ��� year, and that the entire "community  should help it along in every possible  ; There are many reasons why this  should be made' an annual occasion  '     in Phoenix, chief among which is the  ',, , fact that right here are employed more  r: men than in all  the other , Boundary  3'-camps combined.    Labor day , is the  yearly holiday of labor in general all  oyer the United States' and Canada.  1 ^ , It goes without saying that a special  excursion rate on the  railway, rwill  --I bring, a big crowd to. Phoenix,   as  _,'   , strangers all wish  to see' the place  1 where the mines are.  -The committees  appointed and  to be appointed r< will  nave full'charge of thein respective  parts of the arrangements,' and all will  work together to" make the occasion a  memorable one. 'The  finance ^ com-,  J A. . P- V V ~, ... ,^ ^ '  The announcement made this week  that tbe contract has been let<�� for  the  construction of the V., V. & !E. rail-  jjoo wa.. direct into the city of Phoenix,  .3x0 was gratifying news.      Jnere was noi  doubt, whatever, that the line was to  built this year, yet it is more satisfactory to know that the contract for  the actual grading of the roadbed  has  been awarded.     At   the   Boundary  line, near Cascade, this new line will  connect with a Great Northern branch  from Marcus, to be built to that point,  the contract for which has already also  been given out, the work now being  under way.   Thjs will give the most  important mining camp in the Boundary direct connection with Sjxikane  within a day's time,  and  thus  with  three transcontinental  railways.     In  this way also Phoenix  will have another railway to haul its ores to the  smelter's.  i Out of the maze of railway rumors  that have been so plentiful for the last  year 'one can, at least discern some-  thing definite. -'Jim Hill and Mann  & McKenzie are'actually building into  the Boundary'and to Phoenix, and  thus making a start on the long talked-  of Victoria^ Vancouver & Eastern railway,* which was such a bone of contention at the last session of the legislative assembly. This they ft ill do  without bonus or government aid of  any kind, which is a convincing proof  of their faith in the richies of the  Boundary. >���   ,  ' We are told that this new railway  will \ye rushed to completion as fast as  men and money can accomplish it,  and. as John WV Stewart.^ the well  known contractor, wilLbuild tine sect-  ion vp to Phoenix, one mav be sure  that he will let no grass grow  under  NO MCE.  "Inspf.ci ion     of    Mftalufi-rous  ���    Mines Act, Amfnumknt  Act, 1901.'^  Notice is heryby given that conies of  the Code of Mine Signals pfoWdi'd by  theabovfl Aot, uhii-h comes into forte  on the first prox., can b�� obtained from  the Kind's Printer, Victoria  Copii>3 on paper will be furnished /rer,  but acliaige of fifty cents uill be made  for thosexm robber cloth.  RICHARD McRRIDK.  Mimsterof Mi net?.  Department of Mines,  > 27th June, 1001.  H. BELL,  Prop.  Knob Hill  Ave.  (iood Saddle, Pack and  Driving Horses. Heavy  Draying. Chaiges Reasonable.  Phoenix. B. C.  r. a. scon,  Con 1 kactor and Huh nn<-  ES'IIMA'IPS FURNISUI'D.  PHOENIX, B C  II. S. CAVI.F.V.  W. II. COfHKSNI  CAYLEY & COCHRANE,  Solicitors, Etc.  ���      PHOENIX, 3. C  W. B. OLSON  General Contractor  and Builder, '  ESTIMATES  M PHOENIX,  mmm  DAN    BURNS  GENERAL  BLACKSMITHING AND  REPAIR SHOP  HORSESHOEING o A o SPECIALTY  Dominion Ave.,    PHOENIX  D. WHITESIDE,  UARRISIEK & SOLICIIOK,  Gnntp?-WillUui�� Block.  PHOENIX, B. C.  R.B.KERR,     '  Barristfr and Solicit ok,  noiarv puiii.jc.  PHOENIX, B. C.  FRENCH   SOAP  jousainnp: et cie paris.  35 CENTS  # A BOXoe  J. B. BOYLE,  v. & n. rat., no. 16.  DRUGGIST.  NIOHT mji,,  i P. Burns & Co.  PHOENIX  MARKET.  British Columbian  Wholesale {,  liquor Company  Limited.  MANAGKK  AG EN IS FOR  PABST BEER  .'v-Y-  We >>  a%  91  t F"  mittee expects to raise about $3,000  ' towards the" expenses of the relebra-  'tion, a large part of this having already  ,  been pledged., In every way |x>ss:ble  ,    the comfort of visitors will  be looked  ,   after, so that they will wish to visit  this place a second time.   By Septem-  ,    ber 2nd��many of our streets   will   be  graded,1 the new wagon road to^-Sum-  mit camp will be   completed,   more  t. J mines will beat work,and Phoenix"will  < put on Jts best attire to welcome its  .. I'^'Af-. , p  ,  many friends from both sides of the  line. ' ,  Phoenix: Bakery  C. XV. GREER, Prop.  Phoenix vStreet,  Opp. P.  O.  Bread Delivered Daily to all  parts of the City.  When we say ne make good Bread  He arc onl) repeating the words'of  our many customers To the stranger  we aay, Try it and be com meed  VIES, CAKHs, COOKIES,- I>OUGH-  N'UTS, Hic.olnajsoa hand  Light Express in Connect ion  V. & N I'HONE, 53    '  Complete Line  of Bar Samples  GREENWOOD. B. C.  ALDHAH & BLUNT,  MlNF SURVrYORS, *  AND DRAUfilllSMKiV. '  V. & K. 'Phone. No. ;o PHOKNIX, B. C.  FERGUSON &- MARTIN  PRACTICAL HOUSK ANIi hiq.V  PA1NTKKS, DKCORaTORS, IJTC.  HEAD OKFICK. ��0R BOUNDARV CRKKK, GHKtNWOOl),  HKADQUARIKRS, NKt.SON, II. C.    ,  II. C.  .... Wholesale and Detail Heat Iterdanls.  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Porks, Sandon, Slocan City,  Silverton, New Denver, Ymir, Sal mo, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Niagara and Phoenix.  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  All orders receive prompt attention.  ���  t  i  ���  ��  C. A. McCLUNG & CO.  PlIONK  Columbia 35  Pbofiilx, B. C.  PbocBlx Lodf e No. 28,  Kalflts ot Pythias.  Meets e\er> Tuendnj night  ��t 730 p. m , Miners' Union  Hall.  Vimtiiig brelhrrr wclcnie.  C A MCCI ��M��� K. R. S,  J. A Clark, C. C.  H^V    fil-Airi     Fpt>fl   We h��ive a large stock, bougln  lldy,  Urdlll,   rCCU, before the rise and can quote  PnllpH    Oak     Pic   close prices. Quotations given  IWIICU    \saiDf   LIV/. on straight or mixed cars.  rWiV*W**V.W^��^WiV����V*ViB^Vi  ������*��������������� ��H**Mf*����*H��*t����*��M ����������������(  his feet.  TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL  MATTERS.  WAIL IS NEEDLESS.  Iky-"'   *-  ���y  -.?>���  i\.  v  (d  V?-  r/v  ^1  'S".>Ki*iA'l'*i  if r��  A >r  >4fi>  >������<>  aV  ev^  ���>''..  \  \Y, V.   'fl if      p��A   \  ���S5e   '  Ki|M la Uk Fw Helpiu Labor bay Ccle>  ���ratloa.  The following resolution passed at  the last meeting of the Phoenix Trades  and Labor Council, has been handed  to the Pioneer for publication:  , ,,   Friday, July 5th, 1901.  "Resolved, that this liody endorse  the action of the Local Union No.  618,, of the United Brotherhood of  Carpenters and Joiners, of America,  in placing lime, maufactnred by Medill,  of Anaconda, B. C, upon the unfair  list. Those about to build please  note."    ,    ' '  The following copy of a communication to the Boundary Trades &  Labor Council, of Greenwood, B. C,  may also be of public interest :  To tne Boundary Trades and Labor  ;,' ^oiincil, Greenwood, B. C.  - , Brother Delegates���In further reply to your letter, dated June, 10th,  asking the moral support of this body  to your efforts in getting up a celebration in Greenwood ,on Labor Day, I  beg to inform you that I read your  communication at our 'last meeting in  June, and, that, owing to pressure of  business it was laid over until the  next meeting.  The matter was again discussed last  night with the following result:  That, inasmuch as tbe people of  Phoenix had attended various celebrations, both at Midway and at  Grand Forks, lately, and inasmuch as  they had not been treated, with any  marked liberality at the latter place,  and, further, that insomuch as certain  liberal offers had been lately made by  business men in this-city, and finally,  that inasmuch as Phoenix is the most  fit and proper place in the Boundary  Cpuntry,for,the celebration of Labor  Day if for no other reason than the  numerical,; superiority of organized  labor here over any other place in the  said district;  "Therefore, be it resolved, that,'  (while we appreciate the efforts of our  friends in Greenwood in a similar direction, and under other circumstances would be glad to support  them), we purpose holding the celebration of Labor Day in Phoenix, and  that ��e extend a cordial invitation to  organized labor in Greenwood to attend our celebration.  W. H.'Bamburv,  Sec. Trades and Labor Council,  A  communication    from   Phoenix  Miners' Union, No.  S, reads  as follows:  U". H^Bambury, Sec.-Treas.   Phoenix  ' T. and L. Council.  ...���-.. promoter or wildcatter.     His      Dear S|r and Bro-~A   resolution  rttecca was in the early days of Ross-��"^^"fi!^1 TT'H5 1 T  , 1  .    ���     ,   ..-    '    :.      .     ,   1 union to the effect, that it  the Labor  *Jand.   Now legitimate mining is the' Day celebration oi Phoenix is Jo be  , only kind that goes.    It must be in under the the auspices of Phoenix  ��. t pin.  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaiaiiteed.   Import1-"  ed Goods. ���  1 j  FINF IJ00IS ANP SHOF.S MADE IO  ORDER.  PRACTICAL   MLNERS* AND   PR0S-  PrCIORSi' bHOFS   A  'tPFCIAMY.  Comer Phoenix St. and Brooklyn Ave.  Furniture  ��*****��i*-****����**����** ��������������*���**��������>�������* ������������*��*<�����-**��**���  ��� ���  '   A - i  j HOUSE-1  I HOLD !  NEED  j  '' --1.   For the last month or two a consid-  "^erable portion of tbe   press  of  this  province has given space to the views  of writers of more'or less prominence,  i-    injegard to the mining ^ industry and  ~   ' its troubles.,�� Each one of these writers  ;, had an idea^that he could suggest,.the  onlyreliable'panacea  for the stagna-  ' ( tion that is now prevalent in many  r    camps.   But, strange to say, the" next  writer did not agree with  hiiri.' One  v    foolishly remarks that the eight-hour  law is responsible for the dull times in  a mining way, and others have equally  ridiculously ideas.'-        '  ,_ .The mining laws of the province  have come in for no small share- of  criticism, and with some cause.  But alter all, it is not so much  the  laws we now have, as th'ise which we  may have, that occasionally make cap1  ( italists hesitate about putting in mon-  '   ey.    It is the continual change and  ,  alteration of the present regulations  i  regarding, mining that   are   severely,  .^commented on. '  As h>is, no ,ont��,  t knows what will happen next.' For-  sense  changes  ^ind the members  were wise in  this  decision.  But apart from this, there is absolutely no reason  why  capital should  not still find the very, best of opportunities   -in    this    province.     They  abound on every hand,  and  the man  with ample funds, brains and execu-  ��� tlve ability���a necessary combination  ���need 'not search  long (or a field  commensurate, with  his efforts.    He  can find it here in British Columbia.  The day has gone by for the fiy-by-  .night  the  DfcUBKR-HAMPIHiN  <        Others Follow.  I.tfADS..  TN this line we are in a better position  * than ever to supply the wants of the  Public of Phoenix.  upbolsvcffli i specialty  CLARK ��l BINNS,  o'^^.^. qld Ironsidks Avk.  Office ,  rttau ilfird  Avenue.  Chs. A. McCfarig & Co.  V. ft. N  rhniir jC,  City Bakery  SLINN & McCAGUE,  '   PROPRinOKS.  V. & N. Phone, No. 4S.  Bread, Cakes, Pies, Etc.r Fresh Daily.  IRONSIDES ADDI'lION, PHOENIX! B.C. * Free Df.uvi.kv  ;  Bellevue  Hotel,  Phoenix Laundry   J. T. LAWRENCE, Proprietor   During House Qeaningtimc t'������& S;|0D Mt *wW  we .give SPECIAL RATES to Fami- J| anddelivered prompt  Knob Hill Avk..  PHOENIX, B.C.  This hotel is centrally located, newly built and newly  furnished throughout. Everything is first-class. Bar  stocked with the finest.  EDWARD SIMPSON, Prop.  The Phoenix  Cafe���- ��  O. W. BLAKE  Prop.  Onl}' the best, of everything to be found in the  markets. Home cooking. A trial solicited.  Specialty of Short Orders at all hours.  lies and Hotels on Blankets, Curtains,  Etc., for^hich we have the best of  facilities.  ly to every part of  ihe city. Send your  order by Phone.  BKST OV WORK GUARANTEED  Dominion  Avenue,  Adjoining Butte  Hotel,  V. & N. PHONK NO 30  Phoenix, 13.  C.  Dom. Express Money Orders for sale  J. B.  DRY  WOOD  FOR  SALE  CITY   -*-  SCAVENGER  Leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office  j. w. 1VIELLOR  Painting ^  Papering t*  Decorating  C^SIGN WRITINGS  v Paints, Oils, Glass,  -   Varnishes, etc., etc.  VALL PAPERS, SASH and DOORS  OUR  MOTTO���B��t    Material,    Thorough  Work, Entire Satisfaction  Opp. Post Office,  DOMINION AVE.  ....HOTEL BROOKLYN....  (Formerly the Metropolitan.)  High class wines, liquors and cigars always in  stoclc.  venient sample  room  for Commercial  Men.  class Cafe in connection.  Con-  First-  HUOHIE McOUme. Prop  mARLE   LEAF MOTEL  Choice Wines, Liauorf and Cigars  always  in stork.    Board hv dnv  or wt'i'k.   One trial anil you will remember The Maple Leaf Forever.  GREGG    A  OLD IRONSIDES AVE.  A'DONALD,  PROPS.  PHOENIX, H. C.  V.'&N  1>HCNE,S6,  J. C. GOUPIL, Agent, Ph��enix stKet.  Phoenix Livery  and    Stage   Line  OVER POST  OFFICE  PfiOENIX  Play zr  Prominent  Part in the  Prevention  from  Pains  Peculiar to  Phoenicians  A. P.MM SCO.  DR.unc.ihrs  Good Saddle  /".rinses,  and Lively  For Hire  t     Makes Two Round Trips Daily Bfiwefn  ' Phoenix and Greenwood.  Leaves Phoenix at fl a.m. and 1.00 p m , Phoenix  Time.  Loaves Greenwood at 11.00 a.m. and 4 p.m., Greenwood  Time. Sundays leaves Phoenix at 9 30 n.m.,nnd  Greenwood at 12:30 a.m.  WELLW00D & BL00MFIELD,  PROPRIETORS.  4<mAje/ ��tv&t-f^ 07t��t(s.  ILL  OTEL,  Is now open to the Public  Electric  Lighted*  ,#  Electric Bells  Free sample rooms. Heated by hot air  W. V. KEMPT, Manager.  E���L "  Phoenix, B. C  PHOENIX   ; ��� ��� ��  RBWERY  JULIUS MUELLER, Proprietor.  >o  NORTH END OF FIRST  J. E. Meagher, Prop.  The Finest to be had in Wines, Liquors and Cigar?.  STREET BRIDGE.  PHOENIX, R 0.  tea Fine  ^^All the best hotels in Phoenix serve Phoenix Beer.  Patronize home Industry and  drink Phoenix Beer.  Cor. Standard Avenue and Banner Street.  PHOENIX, B.C.  -�����  V.'" :--  -    1    :-  ���������-,.   'r     !���. -'*%'!-. i\, ������   '.- - Tl '--I �� ' �����  i'  "..- .^-��-  -'..-.-* ������    .-   '7. >" --'**���.-.. -! 1. 11.'..J t\.. ;-��: .���-. IS,;.  j,  '���?m< -��� * '.iT"t rrr*"-1  .   1*  "���'.  \i.-  ���rwf,--.-  l.J  ' -.  .'  -": i:^>  W.vi:  -VO-:.' Lots Now on . THE' MAI^cililil^B  As is now well known, this Addition comprises today some of the iSsl  business property in Phoenix. Many lots have already been sold, andjimft  provements will be started shortly. Never again will you be able to s0|u||l  business property in the heart of a camp shipping 600 tons of,ore daily, aiSlel  prices placed on these lots. The property has been drained and the strietsi  will be graded this summer,  ''?'M?p!>p-H*?:'  m  WE HANDLE MINES AND ALL THE LEADING MINING STOCKS!  CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE LOTS IN ALL PORTIONS OF  THE CITY.  RUMBERGER & TAYLOR, phoenix.B.G.  REAL ESTATE AND MINES,  ..'���' V!'-���'--/''''i; V.. 'rY^-.'-I-''-^i?AUil&��iuA*'t��u��WH  ,y:;KKS;;K^;aitS��i^'E|  ���',/j:',^i,,IiWVr,:1,^^!'.Vp-'X'^.^^'^;'.,Viv'vS�� SS3',tl  ;^i#is�� lil^f  IlilililRfw]  MtMm'hi'i  "-���;./: v-^v  ���>;��������� ���/���,-���:'-",.. V'-'^^Vv^fJ  i,'. p.-'V..". ��. --."-.��� ;.,:i')>>'.u..'...vl:.iif J*^  '-'������������'���-'/:'^o-:'!::'l:[^W^'S'%\ As '  -I'Ki'vftw^'.iTV.pfra  ��++^Ww��+����++<+++��+����+oo����"��+w*^+*��+,+*����+����*o 'Corporation of the City  of Phoenix.  THE BUTTE,  C. W. ABBOTT, Proprietor.'  & 'The Best Appointed and Equipped  i Hostlcry in the lioundaiy.  11 WINES, LIQUORS, and CIGARS.  ��r  ��� *T*llIS populnr resort  *    lini ' '     '  i  s been refilled,  | refurnished mid llior-  !oii��hty overhauled  lliro iLliout, nnd furnished witli all the  modern hotel convcli-  ���   tenets. LOC.ll .111(1 I.OIIg  Dlhtnucc   Telephone   .  { connection   with    the |  ��� offic -and Is hei'dipuir-  ters fir Stage ami Kail-  . way traffic: mi J every  I nlleutioii in   given lo  ��� the com furl ami con-,  veiiienee   of patron*.  J The hotel hns liecn en- .  i larged by Ihe addition *  ��� of fifteen nicely furnished rooms.  IMPORTED and DOMESTIC.  The   Public    Patronage  Respectfully- Solicited-  We aim to please our lire-  sent large trade and  deserve more.  UP-TO-DATE MUSIC HALL.  Comfortable Sample  !jt   Rooms for   ^  Commercial Travelers  i ..�����-"-��  ���  Dominion Avk.,    PHOENIX, B. C.  BY-LAW NO. 24.  \^+++++++++++++^+++++++++OOC ������������������������ 4"f-f-f-H-H��f-f4-*"f<"f4f'lO  Knob Hill Cafe   o   o   o   o  This popular restaurant is  now under the manage-  i*��  iiient of Harry Odams, one of the best known caterers  ���  in the Boundary. ���  He solicits your patronage.  Opp.   Eastern Townships   Bank,  First   Street.  CALIFORNIA   WINE   CO.,  -DEALERS IN-  o-  i  Fine  Wines and   *��   *&  the  Choicest  of Cigars  -o  I  Agents for Calgary  Beer.:  NELSON, B. C.  PALACE   LIVERY   STABLE  [e and Transfer Line,  Stag<  PHOENIX,  B. O.  Stage leaves   Phoenix  for' Green-  Leaves Phoenix   ...   i p.  wood   Leaves Greenwood  ....8a. in.  .. io a.   m.  Leaves Greenwood...  ..  4 P  111.  m.  Best turnouts in the Boundary.    Horses well suited for  long drives. COLLINS & HcGlLHS. Props.  \Vheie���� by the urounrcd agreement to lie  nrfe between tre* orporution of Ihe City of  I'h.'eni.v. ol Ihe firm par , nnd JAY 1' iiltAVJM,  Al.KHJiH flOK.NKMU-i KLUMKilFKLT, und  mU.IAM VOI.KN 'pVIMJAMS, of Ihe Bccond  Part, the said Jay P. firaves, .Alfred Cornelias  lumerfclr, mid William Virion. Wllilami, In  the said agreement termed the "I'rniriotim,"  ��� re to be auihorl/cd to erect poles and. string  overhead wir's and luy iihIiih and pipes along  nil or any of the streets or alleys of the Municipality of the ��� Ity of Flnenlx, f��r the supply  nrwfiicrKnd of electricity f.pr llvhtiinr:  And, Whereas, it Is expedient to nuthorize  the making of the mil' urioc iient:  'Ihcrffnrc, the Miiulci|p��l Council of the  Corporation of Ihe city of Ihocolx emiets us  follcHii:  I. 'I his by-law may be cllel f..r nil purpoBCH  in "It hi.r will Klci'trle Light Fiuni-hliiefl By-  i uw .No '.-I, 1W1."  i. 'IhesHld jiropored iiKiecnicut to be made  between ihe<i>riioituloiiof<he cltyof l'hoenlx .  of the Ilia'. |iait,nml Jn> I*. i>nivjs Alfrol < or.  ncliiiK   rlumorfolt,    and Wllllmn Yo en Wil-  lla ' �� of th'. heoiid pu-t, belni! In the words   stn-uU  and li��u,e�� following, thill Is in say.   ; tnrtcJ  'this  indenture   made ������flu   trlolieiilo) tbo,  Cay ol In the yearof our Jxird,  oneIh uHiind, nine hundred and one.  I etween Ihe i orporation of the City of l'hoenlx, heieluufier called the "��� i.ri)?ruil n,"6f  the llmt jiart.and Jay I'. <jrave��;oi the city of  Miolcanv, in tho jilale of WaHnington, one if  the Unite ' rtJi.es of.America, Alfred Cornelius  Fliiiner/eU.ofthcCi'yor Grand furkr, in the  Hioili eeof I rltbh ,0i UiinVilH, and ' Willlum  Yuleti William*,of the m'dn Ity of l'hoenlx,  hereinafter: called tie 'Troniutors," of the  second part.   "��� "��� "���'������'  nheiens the Prom, torn are I'esirous of fonn-  ltiK one or more joint stock compiinles for the.  purpose of eonnriictint,', coiipletliinand inain-  tKlning w liter tuid electric lights steins in iha  auld i ityof ih.enlx, and places kojiceut  theieto. and if doing all thlngB necessary or  ilesl.aide f.ir ihe carrying on of such uude-  taking or undei takings, and for such purp ses  have reqecsted Ihe i orporatiou 11 grjnt to  ihem, the l'romotur.', certain rlghtSj, powers,  and privileges; .'.  And Whereas the Corporntion has agreed so  l.dn;   '.. ,;���,.  !tow Therefore This Inde .tureWitnesse h,  that, in coiiflderatlon of Ihe picuiises and of  the sum of one dollar of lawful money of  Canada, this day paid by the iirom..tor�� to the  i orpomti n, 11 c receipt wheeof Is hereby acknowledged, the i orporatiou doth iiv theee pic  se ts Kiantaiid assign ilnlo the a rid pr motors, their he is, e.vectit.rs, admlnistratoisaiid  rssigny, he fxciusiva^ri.ht for a po '"'' ���>'  two .ty-llic vrais from ihe execuilon ol these  p eseuts, a "d for such fnrthr peiicd oriieriods  Bsaiebereinsfter memioiied, to eiect polts,  firing oveihea'l and lay underground iviies,  mains, water pipes und hydrants, over, under  ami tiling all orai<y of the streets aun alleys  wilhiu the limits of tbe ssil city of l'hoenlx,  or which may hereafter be opened up or  do'icacd to the ptinlic for highways, and  which insy hereaftdr be Uken into, the coi-  porato limits of I'h icni ,nnd to do all other  ueis nece^ary or incideutul thereto for the  const uc ion, complc'imy extending, <-|>er-  aling, und maiutaiiing a system or systems of  w..tcrand electric lighi foi the supply to the  Inhabitants of the said t ity of I'h euix aud to  the city Itself of water f.ir d- mestic, uianufsc-  tp.rlug, meihanical and other pu-poses, and  for the supply to said City and its Inhabitants  of c cctricitv f.ir the purpose of illumination  and lighting, arid��� the' Mipply,-storage, .and  tiHiinnnslou of water nuu electric"ty f..r  theafoicsiiid W'terande'ectr.c lltht svstetns  rcspccfivelr, and for any diher purpoto inc-  dental to llie eiild un^ertnkltigs, and f.ir the  and all times  shall lie installed upon ths following streets,  within the present uityll.nlts, namely:  l)H Irnnsldei A\euue, from I lrst to Second  Ht-cetn.  Ku'lillill Avenue, from Third to (htirch  Streets  Aetna Avenue, froti Church to School Streets  Victoria Atonuc, from'I'h'rd ti Kirs'. Stieets.  Dominion Avenue, the whole length  |    Hrooklyn /venue, from l'hoenlx to Hanner  Stnos.  Standard Avenue, from Idaho to Lexington  Streets.  Uauticr Street, from Stan lard Avenue to  somh end of street.  'Ihe promoters, however, i-hnll not t<s requital to lay lhepi|iesormalnson said st-ee's  until a suuillclently wide track for same is  cleared of stump*, ires and logs.  X. Should ihe corporation reiiulrethe extension of Bald waier system from time to time,  a ter theinstalNiion Ihe c f, the provisions ol  tbe " a uler clauses ���'onsolldatioii Act, 18U7," In  that behalf, shill govern, whether such pro-  v'sloiis are reieited. or amende I, or not.  u. 'I nil it shall bo lawful for the promoters to  take lip nil or any portion or iiortlons of the slid  pole", wliC4 mains, pipe1, hyd-ants. plant, am  other appliances, aud ti replace the sims il  I hey (Co til, o do so, and to change Ihe coiirrc  or route ihuse.if, and to icpalr the same from  time to time and al all times or any po-ilon 01  portions there pf, at their discretion aud foi  si.ch |iurpos"s to enter upon, and usp,'ear ii]  ��nd ex-nv'te, the said streets. 1'nvldel m-  ways'hut the promoters shall repair ihe S'k'  in so fur as they mav have dls-  them, whether under ibis clause o-  otherwl��c. 1'rovided that no'hingherc'u coi .  tallied shall o'e se the proino ors from con  plying at all tfiu o with the provisions of iei-  tion 2 of this agreement, or f-orn keeping th  Inhabitants of property abutting upon tin  slrcetsor portions thereof mentiorel in se '  tio-i 7, at all times supplied with water, ex  cept durlig ihe tl.i e leasonably occupied ii  alterations, ehinues, repa rs and tapping.;  lu.t.lu the cuns.iruction aud maintenance o  the*siii r.e.eK'tilo light 8:-stem,~the promoter!  eh ill use lusnlate.t wl-es In transml'tlng snr  d K'.rlbutlng the electric.''current within tht  city to cnnsunieis, and the mjles to be placed  by the promoters sbull not fnn��de traffic. ',.,'���  : 11. Iu the event of the promoters falling, u,  carry ut ihe provisions of this agreement ��s  ns lo 'he Installation of the wa'cnvorf s and  electric Ugh systems as he'elubefore provided,  they shall forfeit all rights and privileges  under rht- agreement, an also all pumps,  tanks, plant, pipes or mains, pule* and wires,  laid, create 1 or strung bv. them, und all  water records, lands/ights of way, rightsofap-  proprlatlon, and other rights-arid privileges  whatsoever he'd by them, shall at once become the propo ty of the city,��nd this agreement shul ausolu'oly ceas-a  and determine.  12. After said water and light systems nre installed, they shall b^ deemed to be two separate  .aiid.distiuct franchises, nndthe doing or not doing of anything recpiired to be done by the pro-  motors in reference to either system which would  operate as H lorfeiture of the franchise or frail-:  cliises hereby granted," or as a breach of this  agreement, "shall not iu any wise effect the  'franchise hereby grnuted in respect oftlie other  system, or render the works or plant of such  otliersystem. or the company, owning or operating the same, in any. way liable for any such  act or omission..  13. In the eveiil oftlie present'sotirces of sii;>-  pty contcmplatetl in this agreement becoming  insufficient tosupply theiuliabitantsof the said  City of PIipx-iiIx with water for: domestic, purposes and fire protection, then the promoters  shall cause water to be procured elsewhere for  such supply, and in the event of their - failure to  do so, they shall forfeit to the corporation tlie  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, and all  water records, lauds, rights of-.way, righLs' of  expropriation. Judges' Certificates, nnd all other  rights and privileges, being part of said wafer  system,and shall on demand make good and  valid assignments free of charge of the same to  I the corporation     Provided, ho%vever; that be-  iore niiy such forfeiture shall take place, the cor.  for one further period of leu years. At the expiration of the last mentioned period the franchise or franchises shall continue until the plant  or plants >�� or are purchased by the corporation as aforesaid, hut shall no longer be exclusive, and the pro moiers ahull no longer be  obliged to supply water or water and light as  the case may be, aud ahull bent liberty to remove  their system or systems, as the case may 1>c, if  they see fiit to do so; provided, that if either  or both system shall be removed, the franchise  connected with such system or systems, us  the case may be, shallot once expire; provided, that if the promoters iiolouger supply water  or light [iccording to the terms of this agreement, the water or light franchise, or both, as the  case may be, shall at once expire, Frovidcd,  that in purchasing the water system, or both, as  aforesaid, the corporation shall not be called  upon to nay anything for the value of either  franchise hereby granted, orto pay more for liny  water recoids, rights of way, rights of expropriation, judges' certificates, or any incorporeal right  whulsocver, that the amount it reasonably nud  necessarily cost the promoters to obtain the same.  17. It is further understood and agreed between  the purties hereto that the promolois mny cause  co be incorporated or created a joint stock company for the purtiose of taking over, using and  enjoying all the franchises, rights and privileges,  property and eflTccls, by these preseiib* granted  jr agreed to be granted to tlie snid promoters, or  .wo joint stock companies, one for the purpose  3 co  3 00  4 So  SO  15  60  flaking over, using nnd enjoying that portion  f the franchises, privileges, rights, property,  indcffecLsIn this indenture mentioned relating  sa'd piirpi ses at any and all t rues ����*u>ei p0rat10-���s|ioll give two'months notice in writing  upon suld streeU and alleys 0 ninke excava- �� ��� insufficiency, and if then promoters b��  th.ns, erect pole', and tiring wire, la>   mains ,       .   ���'sufficieut supply, of water.  pipes and hydrants, an-1 do all or any act or]  acts incidental lo the said undertaking or un-1  dertttklngs." ��� ,  Aud Th s 'Indenture' Further .Uituesielh;.1  that, for the consideration ufoiesaid, the par-1  lies he. eto 1:1 tituallv agree us follows:���  1. That the 1'romotors fhall and will cause to  such question1 of insufficiency shall be determined pursuant to the provisions of tlie Arbitration Aet, and in the event of its being found that  there is an insufficient supply of water the pro-  motersshall within one mouth from, such deter:  ininntion, if the season permits, or as soon after  as the season' permits, commence ihe construe  5oc��oo^oooock>ogo<x^  SOLJ-: ARK NTS l'OR  KI'.ICHSQUKM.KN SKI.T-  I{KS'lit.lilt t.AIIUI. IIKANI)  THK MOST IIKAl.Till'Ur.  ANM) RKKRHSniNG Ol'  MINKKA1, WATKKS.  .1  ION  DOTTLING  S.  Qreenwood and  Phoenix, B.C.  jobbers^,,. Wines, Beer and Cigars  OUDKRS   BY   TKLKI'HONK  PKOMPTLV FU.I.EO.  ji '" " j.' J       JAvS. McCREATH & GO.. Props.  be supjilicu to the inhiibit. "^"f th�� .�� *i' ��J , tio��� ofworks with a view to supply a sufficient  l'hoenlx wstcr for domeMie; piiriKitcs,o 1 de- ��� inliiy Df water as aforesaid, and shall us soon  muud upon payii ent of he rules1 here i�� ,JS possible after such commencement of con-  moiitioned. provided that tho proper')- ui>'"' ���trnc-tion comnlcte ihe snid works  whlchsaid wator, is supplied abuts up..n the   ^ruction complete tin sunt w.orks  Plumbing  & Tinning  Job Work Promptly Attended to.  Phoenix street (Buck of Postoffice.) V. & N. Phone No.  Phoenix, B* C.  ~���~ o  '.I  ������*���������������������*���������*'  ��������**������������������  I Leading Hotel of Phoenix  Everything First Class, Electric Lighted, Electric  Bells   Free Sample Rooms,  Finest   Liquors and  Cigars.  ;:.:''';:;.',::'.'-:';'-,: :'  ���: Old Ironsides Avenue,  B.'C. HOTEL CO., Ltd., PrOps  B. TOMKINS, Manager.  -    ���     PHOENIX, B. C.  water pipes or mains 10 belaid by the Promo,  to s.  2. That tho Promolois shall and will, upon  the payment of th 1 rates heroi"after mcnttoi.-  od.mpply to such i.f the inhabitants of the  City ot I'hounix within too platted portl.n-i of  the present city limits., hs uisy demand the  same, electricity for lighting purposes; and  shall also supply olectrlcily (-u lighting pur^  poses to such uthoisof ihe tiihabitauts of the  city of Phoenix cither in tho pr sont clt>  limits or any oxtoiisHn thereof, .as may demand the same, provided lint th) street front-  ago of the pr .periv upon which tho same is lo  be supplied lies wiihin !"���> feet of thcp.de linos  of ;he I'romoiers.  3. That the rates to be charged for the waler  and light supplied to the Inhuliliunts of th��  1 |ty 01 I'hi c.lx shall i.otcxi' e.l ho rules set  forth In Schedules "A" and ' 1." hote'o.  1. That the Promoters will orcct a d place  two reservoirs or tanks for lire pr..teflon pur-  poics In or adjacent to the mid 1 ity of Phoenix, ot.c to tiB.tiu-'lediin ibe Brooklyn 111I11-  oriti nliilm, an-the other lo hi situate on on  the Old Ironsides or \ ictoriu minor 1 eltilni.  saidiiiuksnr retorvoirs to have acapaei'y of at  least .r)��,l.0'J gallons cell, to bo conrtniitly 1 ept  full of water, aud to have coiiiieetb 11 by 1110 >ns  of stop vaives with'he waler s.. s'em and lire  hydrants, to be Installed b.-. the troun.iers  ij: Iu the eventof the failure of the promotors  to curry out the terms of this agreement ns to the  supply of water or Might to the corporation, or  the inhabitants uf tlie said City of Phoenix, lifter  the said water and light systems have lieeu  installed, the water or light franchise,as the Case  may be, shnll erase to be exclusive, but nothing  herein contained shall deprive the corporation or  its inliiibitauls of any alternative remedy which  they inny.linve for such failure, either under any  other clause or clauses of this agreement or  otherwise; provided Hint 110 such forfeiture of  excliisiveucss of either franchise ahull tnke place  until one mouth's unties iu. writing sti 11 have  been given by the corporation to the promoters  of any alleged default or breach of contract, and  until they shiUhave hud reasonable time to  remedy the same. Provided thut before remedying the .same the Promoters may have the question ns to whether or not there has. been nny  .such failure subinitled to arbitra'.ion, pursuant  to the "Arbitration Act."  1 *-. All franchises, plant, machinery, pipes,  and electric lines, and chnttets, being part i.f  or connected with, said undertakings and each  and every of then), within the jurisdiction oftlie  corporation,are hereby exempted from taxnticn  for a period of ten yenrs from the date of this  md api>erUiiuiug lo a water system, and the  ther for the purpose uf taking over, using nud  ��� ijoyiugthe light franchises, rights and privil-  l.^es, property and effects'hereby granted to, or  . hici'  may be hereafter acquired by  the pio-  z.iotors, and   tlie. said company or ^companies,  .icirand each.of their successors and assigns,  nail thereupon nud upon the assignment to it  t r them, as the cas<; may be, of the said frauch-  ,:!iises, rights, privileges, jiroperty and affects be  p.iibstiluled for the said promoters, in the one  .-ase with regard to the whole oftlie matters pro-  ���iiled for in these presents, and iu the other case  ir cases with regard to such portion thereof as  ,<hall be taken over, used and enjoyed respectively as aforesaid, aud Uiesaid company or companies shall, have in ita or their respective name  or names against the ..corporation all,, the'' rights  and privileges hereby granted to the'promolers,  or such of them us shall be hereafter assigned lo  it, or thein, respectively.'as'^aforesaid,'and tlie  corporatiou shall have as against the company  or companies respectively, all the righLs, remedies and privileges it flow has or is entitled to en-  joy under these presents with respect to the pio-  motors and may enforce the same against the  said company or companies, respectively to the  extent to which the same shall be assigned to it  or to each, as. fully aud effectually as  it could  against said promote! s, and upon said assign.  merit being effrcted the said promoters shall   Ik  relieved of  all liabiality   lo the corporation in  respect of the matters   so assigned, except ns  to that part of clauses 4,6, and 7hcreof relating  to the first installation of the water system.  18. This agreement shall not iu any way interfere with the curporatio.il gruuting the use oftlie  streets, or any of them, for the transmission of  water or electricity for mining, milling, or smelting purposes, Or to places outside of the city  limits, nor shall it interfere with tlie right of the  Phoenix Brewery and its owners to cross Standard Avenue with . its present water pipe, or any  pipe substituted therefor, provided ihat the  water carried through such pipe is used exclusively in carrying on such brewery. And the  agreement shall be subject to all rights in this  soil reserved by the persons who dedicated the  various streets of the city to the public.  19 The cost of ejecting any person or persons  at preseut using the streets of the city for any  water or electric lighting purpose shall be upon  the promotors. Anil any proceeding for sucheject-  meiit shall be taken by the corporation on the  written demand of the promotors upon their  tendering the cost thereof.  ao.'All tanks, poles,pipes,wircs,p!autaud machinery used iit connection with the aforesaid franchises, or either of them, shall beadequate in  s;zc and quality to curry out in an efficient manner all the purposes for which the said franchises  aregranted. '.  ': 21. In the event of a shortage of wnler, the city  and its inhabitants shall have the preference in  the supply of water over persons outside the cttv  .limits. ;..... ���   , ���      ���"  22. This agreement shall be binding upon, and  enforceable by the.exccutors, administrators and  assigns of the promoters, tlie successors and as-  signs of the sniil companies or company and of  the said corporation. In witness wheieofthe  said promotors have hereunto set their hands  and seals, aud the said corporation has hereunto  affixed its corporate seal the day and year first  above written. ���  Signed, sealed a lid delivered iu the presence of  is 'hereby declared to be n valid nud  binding agreement und it shall he lawful for the  mayor and the clerk of the municipal council to  execute the suid agreement, and affix the corporate seal thereto.  3. This by-law shall before the final passing  thereof receive the assent of the electors of the .'  corboration iu lite manner prescribed by the !  Municipal Clauses Act, and amendments thee-.,  to, relating to the contracting of debts not pny-;  able out uf the muuicipnl revenues within tlie  current year.  Passed the Municipal Council the 6lh day of  July, 100! ���  In addition to water closets..,  Dairies���  In addition to stable or by meter  $2.50 to $30.  Dnit: Ktore��� '  Without fountain   With fountain   Family Rtit<i���  Six rieraons or less, water closet,  bath and hose additional....  liach additional peisou   FitHnp Cistern (private)���  For each thousand gallons   Fish Maikels���  Hach, in ndditlon to watcrclosets  fe to J6.  Foundries���  Hach, in addition to engine and  forge, $1.50 to Jo.  Garden Hose, Lawns and Green Houses.  35c, for each 100 square yards to    ^  40Q square yards.   Over 400  square yards 25c for each 100  square yards for mouths of  May, June, July. August nud  . September. This rate docs  not apply to green houses,  Tlie promoters or their assigns to hate the privilege of  fixing the days of the week  and the hours of the  days  , durim; which water may be  used for gardening aud water  purposes.  tins Ciimjmiiit'B��� '  liach, |/o to $50 or by meter.  Government, County and State Bdgs.���  Ily meter only.  Motels and Boarding Ho.isi'B. including  ealoou, restaurant and rooms���  Minimum   rate ~ $12 00  Iu   addi'.ion    to   water   closets  baths,   urinals,' and fawcet  rates, per room      35  Meter system rental to be  1 2?  Hydraulic Eli'vatori-,���  liach $15 to $35 or by meter.  Ice Crrnni Salmius���  liach, in addition to watcrclosets 2 00  Labratories. Soda Manufactories. Bottling Establishments, Telfgrur Ii  ant) Ti'leplionn Offices, Vinegat  Factories and Packing Houses  lvach iu addition to water closets  ��? f 1 50 to f 12 or by meter.  Laundries���  In addition to water closets $6 to  $25 or by meter.  Meter Kalefc���  per  ip-oo gallons  Bedroom lam|>H, 16c. p.i.u.:'.::.-,..;ii,i'c<) ���;:.,;;,.  Residence lamps, r6 cp;;'.v.;ii'm.'.''.'i bb,V' w'1'.' ���  All night lamps, 16c. p .;..;.'.V...���v.'���i,Sois:p-"j',-',H!-  All other lamps, i6c,p.;...;^���;..;..;'J-35,': ?':','; >i  Thirty-twoc. p. lamps double the;    ;'*���!; I^;^'  above prices, ',,-y-.- .' ::j:"^:.:'K<.";^:'y}-:::;:K:^  ICIght c. p. lamps; two-thirds of'W:-;':>���;:;:''*.  above prices. iA^-r-] -i;".; ;{���:��� ;;'-,p-vXi:'n'''��-,!������  All monthly accounts pt-er;J5 and-up to"'|ii>j:'..  subject to a a ten per cent discount, on excess ;'?  over$roup to J10 to a twenty per cent, discount  on such excess and on all excesses of $20, to a'  tt*enty-flve percent discount on such excess.'>::!V;  8CUEI)UM'^0'$:01X:0:-:  Corporation \^TE^8n^PiiV.':;'''AvJ^  Monthly Xates.;^'Ji-:::;'-:-:;;.:-/:;:\.^  Fire pings or hydrants, each .;.... 3 '75 '' ��� !  ��� Over 12. ���....���.;;.���;'.;.,������.';;;���.;.* 50>."���'��� f.���-.������:���  Each fire cistern .......,......;..;.....;.. 1 25 .>  Kath engine house ..;.........;..'.;;..; 6 00 .;;,',  ,L Police building and iall,Ji.to......io 00 i";:  City stable same as livery stable    V- 'fv  The company to supply and iu-   ' ���'   .  stat allhydranU.;;,::;^;'',,.'..;���'; iv.;'.;.,5;'  Corporation Electric Liglit Supply^���S '  Ttventyc. p incandeKentlamps::.*,-; '  each per annum ........^.'.;i...;.....-.:..r4 00"  Thirty-two c.   p.   incandescent  ���;.;:,  lamps each per annuin.....;..'........ 20 co-, - :!���;  Arc lights 2000 c. p..'..���'^...:���...,.-loo. ob.1.',,' '^'���''  Take notice that the above is a true copy oC the/  proposed by-law. upon whicli the vote, of the -  municipality wilt be taken at the City.!office;  Phoenix,B.C.,on Monday,the22nddayrof July '  1901, between the hours of 8 n.m. and 4 p.m.!>  ���. -iji.'McMiLi.ANj ��� ������.".���  ;:'���"=:'  Clerk of the Municipal Council:'���.:.'���;  w&  ':i::-:^k0:%  s0;��:i  fiiltSi  '���:-���'"./'. .:���-'-��� ;V  >';:.'''jJ;;'.i,;.i'3-S���  ,;r->j,:.-.--;.".'^';..  fiiaitil  Illlli  '<:0k-$M  M'0y  ^il'lil  'Isiilillf  ��m  Pi  ���.'.'. .'"���'..���������:'.'���:'���,WBgK����  DISSOLUTION Op PARTNERSHIP. .^;, ?  Take' notice that "the 'partnership heretofore^ >  subsisting between the undersigned carrying on.,.'.:  business 111 the cities of Greenwood and Phoenix '.  as painters aud paper hangers,���under the firm ������  unme'of Ferguson &. -Muuro, has this daylS been  dissolved by mutual consent.   ��� *::  All accounts due the firm of Ferguson .& Stun-     .  ro are to be paid to'J. Ferguson, and all bills due <  from Ferguson & Muuro will be paid by :J. Fer- :  .  gUSOU. '���',,.,;���   -j  Dated the 17th day of Juiie.igoi,"-'.'';  ,..;':���'-'���'���  }. k. DROWN,       .  1  As to execution by IJ. G.  Muuro.      ������'"���      I     J. VKRGUSON.  J. J. MARTIN, f     D.C.MUN80.  Astoexecutiou by Johnson  Ferguson. J  500     to tooo.  '1 ,ooo to 5000,  5,coo  10 10,000 " "  lo-ooo lo 20,000 " *'  20,0001030,000 " '*  30,0001040,000 " "  40,000 to 50,000 " "  Over 50,000   Meier rents, 25c. to $3.  Offices���  in addition to water closet  60  50  40  36  33  =5  75  '5  15  75  ,3o  '5  SCHEDULE "A."  Monthly Wat hi Ratks.  No Rates Less Than $1.50.  A fixed charge tvillbe made for tapping mains,  One-half inch connection :...  Three-fourths inch connection..  One inch connection   .fto 00  ��� IS 50  . 10 50  ���sre.nie.it. ..       ..���.'���     ^   ; Ba.b^r Sliopf  Bakeiiis--���  No rate less than ., $2 50  For each barrel Hour used per day     50  16. The corporation shall have     ..^ _,  priviiege at the end of twenty-five years from tlie  Provided that Ihepromotorsmsy.ifthoy thlukj.signing ofthis agreement to take over nnd ac  lit, instalono reserv-lr or tank 011 Ihe Old | quire from the .promoters the water  Ironsides or Victoria inli.e:a' claim, havi g a , systems or both the water and light sys.  capacity of lit toast lUU.OPt) gallons; inslead of tern in tl is agreement mentioned nud  the twoabovo mentioned, to give theis'iue kpi. I any extension or extensions thereof, together  vice us aforesaid, and to be conne -ted with the I wlih all water records, lands,rights of way, rights  pipts of the pro'aiotots on nil the stiea s, or I of expropriation, judges'cerlificates.iiiid nil other  rights and privileges held by them the promoters, and connected  pontons tbereo', moitioned in sputi-in 7.  3 Thol'iomrpters sn-ll supply hi ��be Con   J^,^^��^1J��W ��y "$&%? ,S  ]>ornti��ii and put up and uiaiiUuiu for Ihe tiro   Ostein?      uDon   '"��^ vin^   talk     mm*  Kr<At_e^.1.V.I.,.���0fJ.*,J?&f>:i'I i,����<����nlX ����<n P����l.l^r ! nrKfast' six 'r?."ntlf" p'^vio"��"lotice".'"writ-  ing of' its intention to do so; and the cor.  poration shnll pay to promotors the value of all  lauds lines, pipes, wires, plant, machinery then  'belonging to the promotors and reasonably and  necessarily used for the main purpose of supply,  ing water or light and water ns tlie case  may be, to the said city and its iu-  hgbitauts, in connection with the said water  i system or water and light systems, as the  chseninybe, and iu case the  corporation am!  5��  of lire plugs, and for the lighting of ihe sticau  of the said > ity such number of arc or i .can-  descent lump* as tho t'ornonuloii may ro.inire.  and the Coporation shall pp"v'or them at the  rate for forth in t'che lulo ���!<;" hereto.  f). That (ho prnmoiors shsll commence tho  construction or the raid water and Ifght *}��������  toms not later Ihausovon davs from tho vesting in them of the complete title to tho fritn  ehlfes hereby granted, and of valid-tester re  cords for the supply or" water, under Part J11 of I the promoters cannot agree nsto the value there-  tho Water t'lnuses ''onsolldailon Act, of tho | of, the value shall be ascertained by arbitration,  waters comprised in two records, hold bv one 1 conducted in pursuance of the Arbitration Act  ge \V. humlierger, of two sources 0"       ' - ' ' ...... -  First chair...   Hach chair udditional    Hath tubs   Batli Tubs-  Private family (six or less) each  In hotels and boarding houses  each tub  1 50  Public b'd'gs and blk's each tub,. 1 50  Rnrber shops and battling houses  each tub 1 00  Blacksmith Shops���  One  fire,  In  ndditioi. to wnter  closet   .   Kach additional fire   1 35  . 35  heorgeiY. Kumtierger, of two sources of wator  ou tho C-inior��n and Idaho mlno al claims, und  in a lecord held by tho Phionix Walorworks  Company, I.lmite , of rho water contaiue I In a  pondoriake known as ".Marshall Lake," and  shall Imve the sys ems ready for use ns soon as  possible uftcr such commencement of cons rue  tion, and tho promotors shall tako nil steps  prescribed by law to obtain such valid water  recordswlthout delay.  7. That plpe�� of the mid waterworks system  and the amendment thereof, and In the event of  the corporation not giving such notice of its intention ; to tnke and acquire such water  system, or water and light systems,  ns aforesaid, within the time aforesaid,  all the franchises. righLs, privileges  and powers by this indenture granted to the  promotors, and not so taken over, shall  continue in full foroe and effect and the  promoters shall conttuue to enjoy the  same for n further period often years, and soon  Book Binderies���  Five persons or less In addition  to water closet  1 35  Knch additional workman      15  Breweries���  linch from $25 to Jioo or by meter  Brewery has right to use  own  wnter.:  Building Purposes���'  Each thousand brick, net iu ad- ..  '               vance  20  F,ach barrel cement net in   nd-  vaucc  20  liach b'r'l lime net iu  advance... 20  Kach vard s one net in advance.. 20  Plastering: each 100 yards  35  Butcher Shops���  Eacli  Photograph (titllariHS���  Hach iu nddition lo water closet  $2 to $5.  Printing Ollices���  Jiach power press, in addition to  watei closet and steam engine $2.50 to $3.50  liach hand press   liach person employed   Publu: Buildintts and Blocks���  Per room in addition  to  water  closets, initials and baths   Public Halls und Theatres���  In addition to water closets $2 to..    6  IJesI unrnnt and Collee Mount's���  .. Iu addition to water closets, $3 to  $15 or meter rates.  Saloons���  ������, 111 addition to water closets $3 to-     6  Schtols {pub|ic or private)���  Kach   from $1.50  to  $25 or by  meter.  Sewer Work���  Settling earth, per block $3 50  Sidewalk Sprinkling���  ���Kach  60 feet or less, including  washing windows,   , linch addilional 30 feet or less   Sleeping Booms���  liach loom   Sodn Fountains���  liach iu addition to waler closet  Sprinkling Streets���  Meter Rates.  Slables���  Feed and livery by meter, minimum charge .'..,  First -stall, one or two horses with  carriage   linch additional stall to tell   Kach additional stall from ten up  Private one horse and carringe ..  Horse or cow ench, private use...  liach additional horse   Stettin  Engines���  Kach horse power (ten hours  each day) to ten h. p   Knch from iot0 2o h. p   liach front 2uto3o h. p   Kaeii.lrom 30 to 40 h. p   Gas engines   Stores���  C, 1 cpcery stores,six persons or less,  in  addition   to water closet  and urinal   Kach ]R-rson additional   ' l,iq.ior stores (wholesale) hi ud-  d'liou to water closet and urinal, $3 lo   F.r famines living in store bd'g..  Urinals���  In stores and blocks,self ctosing,  constant flow not allowe'l   Iu hotels, boarding houses and  saloons, self closing, each   Constant How not allowed.  Water Closets���  Private closet      3'i  Public tuuk  1 06  Publ ic pan or plunder not allowed  Water Motor���  ���By Meter only.  These rates are due in advance on the first day  of ench mouth, if paid before the 12th a discount  of 10 percent allowed.  SCHEDULE "B"  Ki.kctkic 1 igiit Kates.  Monthly Kates.'  Light rates nre payable iu  advance and nre  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  ,    ..NOTICE.' ",'.,'  Moscow Mineral, Claim, situate iti the Kettle  River Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located :   Iii Greenwood Camp. ',.  Take notice that I, George W. RiimbergerV  Free Miner's Certificate No. b40,3S8, for myself  aud agent for J. F. Hemenway Free Miner's Cer- .  tificate No. b40,554 and James* Morau, Free Miner's Certificate No. b 41419, intend sixty daysv  from the date hereof to apply to the mining re^  corder for a certificate of improvements for the  purpose of obtaining a crown grant of the nliove  named claim.  And further take.notice that action, under Section 37, must be commenced before, the, issuance  of such certificate, of improvements^  Dated this 2znd day of June, A. D., 1901.  32-41 Geo. W. Rumuekoer.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  '   NOTICE. .  "Oronoco" nnd "Yukon"   Fractional    Mineral  Claims, situate in the Kettle Riter Mining  Division Of Yale District.    Where located :  Greenwood Camp..  Take notice that I,   George \V.   Rliniberger,  Free Miner's Certificate No. t�� 40 3.^8, intend sixty-  days from the date hereof to apply to the Mining  Recorder for certificates of improvement for the  purpose of obtaining crown grants for the above  named claims.     v  ' And further take notice Hint action, under Sec- .  tion '37, must be commenced before the issuance  ofstich certificates of improvement.  Dated this 22iid day of Juue, A. D., 1901.  32-41 Geo. W. Kcmbkkcki;  3 75  1 75  pSo  75  50  ' 40  6")  4"'  3'"  3��  I 00  1 00  10  5  5o  3>  60  MINERAL ACT. ~  Certificates of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Alma Fractional and Fairplay Fraction Mineral  : Claims.    Situate   in    Grand    Forks Mining  Division of Yale District.   Where located:���in  Greenwood camp, east of the City of Phoenix.  .' Take    notice   that I, John     Louis Grahame  Abbott acting as agent for.the British Colombia  (Rossland and Slocan) Syndicate, Limited, Free  Miner's certificate No. *b 41161, intend [60  days  from the date   Inrreof 'o apply to the Mining  Record    for certificates 1 f improveinei:' ~ ibr the  purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant ot each  of  theatioveclaims.       '������  And further tnke notice that action under section 37 must be commenced before the issuance  of such certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 36th day January, 1901.  36 '   t. G Abdott.  P  I'l*-  w  P.I  i  I  APPLICATION  FOR TRANSFER  OK LIQUOR LICENSE.  Notice is hereby given that I will make application to the board of License Cp>miuissioiiers  of the City of Pnoeuix at its next meeting for a  transfer of the liquor 1'cense now held by me, to  sell liquor by retail iu the "Maple Leaf" Hotel,  situate ou Ironsides Avenue, Lot 6, Block 1. Old  Ironsides subdivision of Hie C ty of Phoenix, to  Alexander Gregg and Hugh McDonald.  J. MANUEL.  Dated this 3rd day of August, A. D., 190!.      3i-$S  FOR SALE.  due 011 the first of each mouth  12th, the penalty is, "cut oft".''  if not ptuil by the  ' The folio win �� valuable freehold property ou  Ironsides Avenue in the City of Phoenix, B.C.,  belonging to the Wynkoop-Stcphens Trading  Company, Limited, namely lot g tit block j,, :uid  lots l and 2 in block i. Phoenix, Old Ironsides  Subdivision.   I.ot 9 tea vacant lot.  Ou lots 1 and 2 theie is a two-story frame  building1 now occupied as stores and produc.ng u  rental ol $iSooper*anuum. As the ahove com-  pviy is being wound up this property can he  pn Phased at a bargain.  Fjr further particulars apply th  D, WIUTKSIDK,  Solicitor for the Liquidator of the  above named Company.  Notice to the Public.  I have opened a shoeshop in the  Morrison- Anderson block, and am  ready to do all kinds of repairing and  new work in my line at reasonable  prices. A specialty of miners' boots  and shoes.    Give me a call.  Bert Mai.andrini.  W  ���1  ���������*������  ! j.-.vTV..'.---. ,'.ir-,-i-:i-  '.5 "< -.-*���.���.'"-.. ;.',iv.'''.'.;-.-.^'..-. .:.:.^'---^-':v:��.,'! *\ ��������.* iSyS*"1 ��� /r>L-.-*��������& .���:--���*���r.VU ���" !jt: .*��;;���... '/.���." -'-r,t\i, ���f\j-J.'-'-^i> y <,V..,-��J-,.'. ���'. i***f ��� ���.y.:,.-,-t �����.���'.���,/���.-i.    a-Z-���>?,;( s-.a- .���'.;."���:,. \!?.-,...-.��� ���;=...-���.;? .-.-.i.'.- ���;+* ..-,.?..* :; v^-.i.- v .���������^.-'.. i'-.--">.^.v:- ��������������.  rXVFrxtiWi ..}��:;',tS-1.C.  .s.'V.,^2���,V..���'.���!fl������..,. '.Jl'-Jc Ill  TH3 PHOENIX PIONEER.    ;  PJ':-5  Mi  1��:  4��;  riin^s  G&&5fa&QGQG��Q��G^  ���.*��  }&. place in a; Small Town where you can get the same styles  as mtiie^ largest and most fasmonable haperdashery.  ;Wii;J  m   *7'&----'/5''.^5:  i^i��m:  VAWMfc^AXD   COM PANYi   limited  ^<,-:V:-.S.  fQ^0rGpirt|in  1 h  DRY   GOODS, BOOTS    AND   SHOES.:  Having decided to close out our Dry Goods We are  now offermg,our Entire Dry Goods Stock at COST, including Carpets and Bed Sheeting. Still have a few Nobby Shirt Waists left, although are going fast. Boys' and  Gent's Clothing' Away Dpwn. Don't overlook our Choice  Gent's Neckties, just received.' ���   V-.. ".:;.:,.���..:' -.     ..^v^y'''������'������.  J*;  CfIAS. SEARS, Manager.  ffiX^  ����Q&$Q&&  '.i^'.vM  ;��{;;"���������-'���-"''������"���"���������"���  !'.:*;rf:  SV^ocatnesal^  :#;'  that.wili beusedby the; constructipii  gang thatlis aobijt' tb,Tb|gih work: ori  the brnti6h of the V.; V; fr E; railway  that will build into Phoenix.7 ���v-to'S^.  lisa.i^/^^ij,:/!;^.,, fej'-^i:: ^,1:,^; ^li'':-j2^�� ;.:;>^^^^^':- -;-; R- ;M.'-' Smith, one of-the officials of  .���.j^r���-<l.";!-:i-i-.: = -������ '^',K,:..','.-'-.jf,';r:i:?:'jDr-:."Aia,thison..���;dentist. Greenwood; v. w, ; ������ ��..��������� ������'���������'/.'������������r; v- ����"���''������ .; ���������*.,���������������''���������"���''  s?^:v, ^y;;^^^^ the Slater Shoe Co- of Montreal, em-  ^��*;^->vi^^fv.-.'^i'>.-,^/,v-^^::srT^i,v;i<���-:^..^:-^X'-:���-'"/'-;iK^^-'i.'^i-"*^-^^ ploying 300 hands made his first visit  .^,.;;..,,,..;?A'^  v^;:^Bri��sttr,^Vash.  to Phoenix this week; and arranged to  have his shoes handled exclusively jn  this city by^ thejHtintei^eiidrickv Ca  ?:* Thiupidaj,' eyetitng the Gaindiic; Aid  Society''|ave:,aijiayilibn ' dance "at; the  Nejr'Yprk^pwnsi.te: parky ";'i'here^was  a large aiie^dance'abd the imisic''was  n^nished^Dyv the yMidvray^batidi; A  '^rodjUrbe is; rejwrfed byj Uibse in 'at-  ���i.nirtonra   >���!���'. -'v:;yv,..:-'>iV^^:.,'7'P.;^'.l^',,',-pi ;,\'':"':'J  tendance  '" ^BA:'-  men C|ark,7McIiinis aiid MorriiiiWas  apjidiiifed to ascertainif the bid school-  house could be secured !ibr, city���'; pttW  poses.,[j[ ���/";';���/':i>:>,^v.rV^:'-f''^>���: ;;-'i:-.���  ;: /A,   resolution  wa^  that the;���'��� city endeavor  to secure, n  lease;of the:'football ^grounds; ior  the  use/of the"cltib;''Ol,';;;:'/,;-"v;,"';-^ 'C.' ''.*:','���'��� ���  ��� ���.���'J'lie'.cijtji engineer was instructed to  draw up sjiecificatibiis for the grades  of all streets mentioned lti  tjie street  improvement: by-law, after which f the  council adjourned till Saturday;.even-'  ::.#; STATEMENT OF-CW^^  And Uor'a s Keport For Ihe1 First Six Alontiis  ...    ..,  , ,.  ....   . ^i;**:?;;;::^:^!^.;-.^.^^^^':-.  r;.|;|J'own;16ts; in the prbymcialf govern-   ��������"   ���>?������    ^  merit,townsite of 'rulameeti are::t6; be  '0ered:(orlsale\byj'auctipn i at $Priiicief  ton 'iiextf Wed ties Jay; ���'��� they 17th" inst;  il'lie governiiient hasi kindly,; lurhished^  ihe|Pibnieer-with a^j)lat;ofethe|'emt^  Copper'Jnouh^ tiinj^hjch / will ;^6ph^be'  r>'"-'i: bril'tlie^niafket^v He'Jwiil^lie  :go|ie ^.th^sir|ctiibn^bbu^  y3,,|tbe^ici^qis|arie?g ffg  ;the^{^b$dist:se^ 'ii:A  1house^SuMay|ey^nir^  ehan^s|jlia^^been!|brde^  ^cnbot";at^b^q|py|.ni;i;|^n^  'V?|,The^lqlloiviiig is "tlie-: report of aKG.:.  ;Siin{)sonij;ivJio;,;jece^^^  city; bwks; i^t heJlir^t'si^  ..ipoj^^M^  ^^P^^ii'era!)^^  Inte/est^'and;iJ:>ifjc^uiit  jai |;ex|)eiises 0000;:}0y^:;i^  : i'rihUngJandStatipnei^  -;iVages:aiid:.';salar|e>^|;v^  ;Sma|}.;^pxyex|^is"es;:^^^  ���Excess^bi'iJrece^S;;' byer;ex-';fe^-:';.^:#:;5'  &1^]^0&W^M0054o76&  ^ir&::|^di^s^if^nr^;;tb  :|^ifflier|||^^|^^ers^  jtHj|(enpn'iM|^p^  ;|iwrj||pj|sjpjigrai|stp^  JSdJi;|Svn'|^||De|riiv^^  ;:o^nea|ffp*r^M  I ^if^lsp^:ta|c'e*ii^^  I |oiw||whicli*p|^||Sm  ^$hsf$t;h^  .Spii^^iuhOTse,^wa^^  The  e!s  ihrri'i3fjV^ii:isri^n[j';i; .;';;���; rj ii i :vl'u' lilolky  WW&B��W^]'M<8y,  Kelj|^^t^|;cpl||^;^^  S;#)ecte^ftb;i^a'te1;'i5'i*o8#^  ,^prpvem��rits;^pfS;:^iWSfi#^  "iii-'ii fin n rl KS'vrWiVVfii1 %^ ��i'&S-lJ*/" :h .��� ;J \ v3  i^^ag^'lTO/VRlD'pK/D^  ^^���flv;vOiiJ<;,:^'li'EKEKKki!;I'riwidpS^  ;^K;;i HoN^MiriH^eocn'iaNiv ?vi��.Pre:fc tf;-'���'"���.  ''.s'i ftracl'AW.ootljiyjtt'y aritchell '.drsiievcus^'lJX;'  .'���.al?r..-lW.;tW; ;'niohias,Cv-'II:,, KatliniiV It: n.  ���Bmwn^Ki'/cy.^K^i'^?^  [n.'proyltim'pfOu'dict^;''.  j|i^���if}'ijifrt nl ,:II? 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'v.. :���""-'..",."'y:.'.'--'.';'���!/  )���; tJ's Loudon; Ung., Nntioiialliauk of Scttlniidi  i'i f";l:;UoStou, Nntionul Kxclinnf;evllank ���'.';���' ' .���������'������:���'  :'.'jffliiv^.V^-Yorfei'Nntionai:^  I: Cdllectipfis:.'' nindei-ai^iit'aciejQibl^ "points!:  nraftsiKSlie-dTor any .required i aniOiihts.'good at  |dl|)o.iiits::iu:;Canada,'' U.S.-arid Kiiroiiv. . lix  fdiauge hpiight and sold?:f^:{:;���',.':���   '*;.���.:���������.;������. i';..,-'';;���������'���".;���.''.  /SAyrKOS^vltKANCllV^iiEr-AKTJlENT)"  'Avj'^PHWCBy-;'.'.'."::-.;;..'/;^:'.:--';':'^'^.;..������������^'s.:'.''.-/:^ r;\  ;'<! interest niiowcii fioiii date of deposit aiid cOiik  lio.ulidedniinunlly witlioitt,r��|iiiriiig attentiOirot  fdeposito^.:���.:^i;;';^;,���,''^;^;i:".���p:p'.;^.;^���'���^P;V^^->^���^;/;^^;v^  p^fl^.noiirs:,jil^;;Satiir^0fronr  cl|AE||i^Slpt:S]��I|rH'  :;^  grAves-  WILLliMS  ��^o^-o^��;-��?��-��-��"��'-;��^��-r��^o-��~���r^^  n?  ..��, ��� -,���.,.  Mrs^A^ MiH^ll^ Proprietor.  ;.��^�� :-^;��k��^*r0:T��'^  -' =.-'..'-"'- -3:- :���',������'. '��� +"���  :",';���'.;'":.'=���"'   +  :,'KS^^,';'\i::-';'t  %��!',   vv::000^'::ti:^;0  ��^;;fettrtm��te.^Iroi>H>v^MisJ:^  ..A Comfortable Stopping Place;  : ;��� in ., thb;: HeWt^'of:;!^.^West'::  :������',' fork^Mlnef.';isf:^^5i''^..;;.-';';'.-\.7  .   .X.Plenty of Peed jfiii'; iforseV. :'':t;:  ;J;}:%;O.;tF0noyM  Shoe Lod^c^ N 07 ��� 46.  Meets cvury ') IniiHiliiy, lvvi'1' iit-J.'Sf 1.1i���"��� r��*.;  ',.U ii'ip11-; -.1,1 ti 11; :.V;".- V." ^-O'.i'i 1 if'"It I't* 111 '-*> h":,CJoi-it i -.'.  ally:liiviti>ii.        I). VViiitksiuf., N..'<;.  .::''.'-,';'GEO:,'-'Hi  Mkad, Nku. Stir  : :.:PK9yiNCIAL>^ANf)   SUKVK  Civirj. - and 'Mining "ENfiiNKKK.  :;;:;::.^srAitusinci.).|iS88. :> '���  ^���PHOENIX and GRAND FORKS, B. C.  f\Y: ���''^���-������', ^ ���:���������:;���'-aianAokr':? V'���������-���������''���".''.. ���.���';!���  +;.';r^;-'::>-S- ���<.0;:.^':' ������::i/^<-;w���v:>-.;;.V.:,..J  """ '?,^Sfe&^iSp;i;i)ew3r|Ssfiin^ ��andJ^rthern;;||{||^  (?edi^;aii^];j|i||||ett^  d^esdaytfrp^  ^pa^bt^^np^n^ipwerAiTbW"  P^piiiiP^!��!^��ie!s^|gnitii^  ,^^,^Mi^ta?:;J f'S.^vice^tf^^cbrid ucted tby^ t Tie  ||^l|t^r0w^rea^  i j^^^|r^(xrj&e|i^^ 1 j  |^$^5^ga^i|thef::|jiy|fc^  WthelSmallSpBx^tiSiitS^  ;i^^her|was^prn"Ci0  c^^p^cm^vjcai i i ng'^(t?2n tjci trS to^- the"  ft*'fe"^ thKrecen t ^e^/iipusel ftitiii-'  ^the4:;^veirrinie>itt:,^va^^n^:   I^teandje^ctiye^:;;;;ni^  iiig jjij Is:.were *prdered;��'paid::cWv'?:;4;:::;  'Pipvinciii^Gowm  ''Ai-0;-8iiinproh';��iiUUJhg;^^^^  PioneeiSPabZC6.^f^in^iVi'. ':|;#vl?80'  Mbi;Hi\^Th'6iri'pwh;'&vto"ii'iitreeiip^  0^^00Q^M$S^^M  jgfl^l^^ipitisl^  |p^S^|^id|^rtM|^  j^j^f^etlrlbJTl^  Jng^^d|al|pjpfbt;;t^fe^  ;ders^.itivp^rp^fj;ladd^  :rope;and,fbur^  .fir^jbngade^;|;��S;>.^.iW  ^;A>i;esplutipii|>%s^  jiassbdfau^prmr^Uhb;may^  't,hbcate;;^i 5;pbb::in'istreet ;imprbvement:  ^ebenfura^Or'it|ji^^  ���i^allfempbrir^iban'.^  *''"'''''months;aiS-S;;]��r  caivbeiMtakeir;up  ...,.....���.,,���,..,....,..... ,,.,iy',v;tj)b,.;:bank;'?tb  have;t^mpiitHs^.interest itvanyevent;'  >*:'��������������:������������;��� ^Ar'ieifityrspiibitbr was;, |nstructed;;p  &$������ ���:''Je J "P1!^"^!?^ Qrabby;; Cbv ��� that tlie Jjiest;  '''"'""''' liou^u^ajduring- the small jK>x^c>r|;  iisidaii^rousitbtb  l|;\|i��im.s;,tiia^;tK|e\'p.l^  JaS|;^k,^btit bein^  ;\Kas;!aim<��t:imppssible ;tb.^pi.^r':>flfee|iM^ji^:.i  ^^^^^^'"eraVciairn^itua'w  wii!.-?!lii^'?f'VD^iBioiiKbf..?ValeW;D!stri^^^^  ^^^t^iia?^^^.^^  .l^a^S1^^^^"^^  uiyscJi ana agcut ipr-IiArri* Nauli "Kriit  Miliar**' :,t ' ' ���'' '        ��� ~'y "-;''���" '  s ������ ���'   - '��������� '���'��� ���iB" Jv  f^ritlfirate'Np.biir;^? intend;sixty::daVsr^  ^{w^ll^^PP!?>^h��;^>'����.:":eorder-iT  '������ft, ip'% s.y-\ iv-; v: vVy? k^i.'  ���?;"-Theonly iill^fail roiili:hehVA-n all.poinh esist:  !i.Vi'e^t,-R.iid.Soiip;h to Rosslaiul, Xcl-joii aiid Vail: in ���  jtc-intotiiitt-ptiiiLs;'. eoiinectiiig at Spol:aiic' with  ith'^Gren't Nprlherii,"Northerit PacifichmlO. Kift  'KpiiiiuectsaiNelsou'wifli .UiaVuer foi-kaslo nud  jjll.KpotenayJ.ake:;poiii.ts.,:.,' ,..'.   :��� i   .  f. ^Coiiiiects' at'Meyer's falls with sta^e;dal'lv for  Kcpubllc,'aud',c��i]uecta:at:pilb!��burg^witli',,<itii>iie:  dall^forG.raiid.rorfcS^rind;'f;rcviiiv/toii;.p  :���':,..-..���.  : ��� Uiiffet'Slc-per ruii'.oii': passenger';, trains lie-'  tweeu Spokane and Noitliport.;  .e ���  ^A'ndereoiiv:Biiildiug^^  ^ine Watch Rlepairing.  Ptioetiix*  SMQKE  CIGARS  CINION MADS  NEAT AND  ATTRACTIVE  AT THE PIONEEJR JOB OFFICE  DRY GOODS  DOMINION  AVENUE.  GEMTO';: FURNISHINGS  . ���  ���  a.  .0 '  '>. ��� i  '..���,���.,.  ��� ��<  ���  *'������  0  O  a  o -  ��  ���Vocafion'  l^meM  ^H^jtife: ���16 thing;  * ^-^ ��� * * ^ ?.'��� '^ ?. ��� * ^*-? ��� ��� ������ * ������.'*��� ��� ^'i!*.��� ���.'������'���.��� .��� ��� ��� ."���^^* ?* ���!��� ���������.���������.������ o ������������.�������� "��� �������'������ ��� ���.��� 00 ��� e  ���a��o��e������e��  "������"������d*  9  WN AMERICM EXHIBITION,  j  BUFFALO, $60,00.    :      ���  ''-   '���;    JUNK 18, .)ULV 2 ICi   AUG. C 20  EPWORTH-LEAGUE^MEETING,  8ANFRAKCISC0, $00.00 -  JULY13/ ]4, 15.  CHRISTIAN EHBEAVORCOHY'T'K  CINCINNATI, $68.30.    :^   ;;  ."..-];.������'���.'���, JULY 2 and 3.'  ! 1NATI0NAL EDUCATION ASS'N,  e [Cincinnati,:: $71.25; ';:  '.-/JULY 2.-nn4 3. :. '  J'or Tiuie-tahlea, rnlea  and   full information,  can on or address nearest local agent, or  O. W. DKy, .-'-��� '.������.-ej/Covle,.  Agent, A.G.P.Agt.  :;'���:  Phoenix, 13. ,C.   Vancouver, B.C..  J. S. 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