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Array 0-  No niiiilug camp in tbe Boundary  1* attihCtlnf  mure   attention   than  ^PHOENiXf  IfjouwWli to receive the tn.n.tu  and general uews of tlila camp ana  the Ilouixlary, ���ulwcrlbe to the  1'iioKNix 1'iosbkr   :   :   :  :  : i  :  During the year 1900 100.000  TONS OF One were ��hlpp��l (rout  the mines or .   :  :   :��� 1  s  ;   :  :  :  ^PHOENIX*  For the first three months of 190J  over jo.ooo tons of ore wereihipped.or  at the rate of 300,000 tons annually.  Devoted to the Interests of the'Boundary Mining District.  Vol. II.  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA,'SATURDAY,JUNE i, 1901.  Nq. 29.  i> '.l  ."  1*  "_.     'W  fi. K,. CO., Lct#  LADIES' DEPARTkENTr  SOME STIRRJ.NG OFFERS THIS WEEK  ���   ���       GIVE US A CALL.    V  '    v We are showing a "nice rauge of Undennuslins, Undershirts, Overshirts, Shirt Waists.    .  We have iu our Wash Goods'Department a new line  of Dress Muslins in, Whites and Colors. In these lines we  have a big assortment.  j  Ladies' Kid Gloves, Dress Trimmings, All Over Lace,  Embroidered Handkerchiefs, Summer Vests, Val Laces.  Belts, Etc.  We are offering this week Special Prices on Carpets  and House Furnishings, White Quilts, Sheets, Table  Covers and Curtains.    Ic will pay you to give us a call.  Much Better Passenger Service for Phoenix.  SPECIAL TRAIN   TO  GREENWOOD  THE MOST  qOMPLETE STOCK  IN TOWN  Telephone 9.  Agent, for Botterlck Patterns.  1  FOR MEN'S FURNISHINGS  WE'RE IN THE LEAD.  Snappy  Bargains,   Gent's Handsome  Stylish Hats,  Spicy Neckwear, Comfortable Underwear, the best pcssible  you  at the Lowest Prices  will find in our store,  These are the conditions  that  For the hof weather: comforts we have nice Summer  Suits and Soft Bosom*' Shirts in "all colors, and Canvas  Shoes.   .    .    i< "'"<]'���'  Give us a caU-and? tie convinced.     Keep your body  , cool and you'll' ndt be troubled with a hot head.  iMtft  General Merchants, Old Ironsides Avenue, Phoenix.  Recognition or (he Importance of Phoenix by  (he C. P. R."-P��.��ent Time Title Clui-ies  June 10.  Whether it is the presence o( so  many V., V. &��� E. engineers in and  around Phoenix, indicating that we  will soon have another railway, or for  some other good and sufficient reason,  the C. P. R. has definitely decided to  give an improved service in a' passenger way on the Phoenix branch. Jay  I'. Giaves, manager of the Granby  Co., took the matter up recently with  Manage! Marpole, and he in turn is  trying to arrange it with Supt. Downie,  of this division. The new arrangement will piohably go into effect at  the same time that the Imperial Limited train is started on the main line,  which will be June 16th.  This is the infoi .nation conveyed to  the Pioneer by the district passenger  agent, Mr. Carter, of Nelson, who visited Phoenix this week. ' He said it  was the expectation to arrange for a  double daily passenger service or. the  Phoenix branch. One train would  run to connect with the main line  trains, east and west, at Eholt, while  the other would run through to Greenwood and return each day. The officials of the railway think that there is  traffic enough between the two places  to make it worth while, and are now  arranging the schedule to this end.  In addition to this, the seivice will  be improved in other nays. At present the passenger coach is carried on  the ore trains, and on this account is  not at all satisfactory, as it requires  more time to make the trip, and the  ore train from the smelter is sometimes late in arriving at Eholt. The  ,fiew plan is' to run a regular mixed  passenger and freight service, by which  much better time can be made, and  Mftraphrt%WSBftrtt-iH 1)6 ���Tiad* iif'b'otir  passenger and freight service.  MACHINERY FOR TAB LAKE OROUP.  Arrived  at Phoenix   Saturday���Now Being  Installed.  - The new machinery plant recently  ordered of the Jenckcs Machine Co.  by Manager G. W. ' Raithel for the  I^ake group, arrived j'at the i'hoenix  station last Saturday, has since been  hauled to the pioperty, and is now  being installed. It consists of a 60-  horse power horizontal return tubular  boiler, a 6^x8 hoisting engine, a  machine' drill, a Nt>. 5 Cameron  sinking pump, ore bucket and car,  wire rope, etc. <  The Lake group*; comprises the  Lake, Yellowstone, Don Pedro, Idola,  and the Yellowstone, and Crescent  fractions, being located near the Last  Chance group in Skylark camp, about  two and a half miles' from Phoenix.  It is being operated bv .the Chicago  and British Columbia Mining Co.,  under Foreman McCullough, and so  far a double compartment shall has  been sunk on the l~*ike claim for a  distance of about 70 feet. Ore was  reached at a depth of 50 feet, and it  was decided to equip the property  with a small power plant, for its moie  expeditious exploitation. A shaft-  house is. being put up,, and woik will  be continued. *":  it  Party of 22 Visit the Mines of  Phoni*. ,  MADE AN EXHAUSTIVE INSPECTION  Travel in Their own Special car, aid are Taking lo Leading Mining Camps la Thla  Provlace.  Paints  We have passed into stock a full line of  Paints and Oils, put up in every size. These paints  are manufactured by the British America Paint Co.,  and are guaranteed to be the best obtainable. Getting  them direct from the manufacturers we can quote  the lowest possible price.  0000000000000 0000000 oqpoooooooooooooooooooooo  We have the   New  Redacting  Washer  This is positively the easiest  running machine on the market. Instead of the hardworking lever it; has a fly  wheel, which turns so easily a  child can-operate it.   ,;  Let Hospital Contract Today.  Among   the   various   contracts in  .sight local builders have been figuring  on the new sti ucture for the  Phoenix  General   Hospital   this   week.    The  plans were  drawn   by   F. M. Ratten  bury, of Victoria,   who  was architect  for the capital buildings, and the local  physicians   agree   that   the   hospital  plans are most satisfactory.    The hospital  will,  when   finally   completed,  have two large wings and a central  building.    At present is is  the  intention to put up but one  of the   wings,  120x34 feet in size, and that  is   what  is  being  figured  on   now.      \V.   R.  Williams, the  tieasuier,   will  receive  tenders up to noon   today,   when   the  contract will be awaided.  Caltwllca Will Build.  This week Father J. A. Bedard  made a payment on the site on which  the Catholic church will be built. It  is comprised of lots r to 4, block 27,  Old Ironsides addition, being on the  comer of Grey Eagle avenue and  Second street, FatKer Bedard informed the Pioneer that it is the in  tention to proceed at ]once with the  erection of a large"> .house, the upper  floor of which will ��� be finished into  rooms, and the lower story left unfinished for church purposes, the cost  being about $1,500. \Liter on a suitable church edifice will be erected,  when the exact needs are bettei  known and when the finances are in  better shape. The site acquired is  one of the best in city.  WILL BUILD TO PHOENIX^T ONCE.-  Remember  That we .can supply  your little needs in HARDWARE, as well as the large  ones. During the spring  housecleaning there arc many  little things you will need.  We have them all. Hat and  Coat hooks, Shelf brackets,  flue stoppers, window screens,  etc., etc.  000000000000000000000000000000000000000000600  Still sets the pace. Yoti can always  be sure that you are buying your  Groceries right when you get them  here. We give our customers the  benefit of carefnl buying in the best y  markets. Get   our   prices   before  placing any order.  We unquestionably lead in the Hardware and Grocery business. No order is too small to command our careful  attention.  00000000000000 00000000000 00000000000000000000  Platting Almost Completed.  John A. Coryell, P. L. S. has nearly completed the platting of the Dominion Copper Co.'s ground, between  the upper and lower parts of town.  The street staking has all been done,  and Mr. Coiyell is getting out the  blue print to be registered with the  government. It is probable that the  lots will be on the maiket some time  early in the week. Reservation is being made for the depot grounds and  freight yards foi the V., V. & K. railway, on the Idaho flat, wheie this  railway is expected to make its head  quaiters in Phoenix.  Reduced Rales East.  On 31st May and 8th June agents  of the Canadian Pacific Railway at  Kootenay common points will issue  round trip tickets to ���'St. Paul for  $50.00, good for sixty days with corresponding reductions to all ''Eastern  points from all stations. For Pan-  American Exhibition tickets will, be  sold June 4th and 18th, July 2nd and  16th, and August 6th and 20th to  Buffalo, at $76.00. For full particulars apply to local agents..  Cascade Water Power to be Ready for Business by Christmas.  For a year and a half the  right  of  way for the pole line for the  Cascade  Water, Power and Light Co. has been  cut out to  Phoenix.   Superintendent.  .AjidersqnjSj.ppw^c^ilJypg^Jor^jtenders  for 2,500 poles, and there seems to be  no longer any doubt but1 that'the  line  will be completed  at  an  early  date.  The big dam. at the magnificent falls  at   Cascade    was    completed   many  moons  since,  and   the   large  power  house and pole line aie to be 'finished  without further delay.     In   this  connection  the  following  is  taken from  the last issue of the Cascade  Recoid:  "1'is with the gieatest  pleasure we  learn the long delay of completing the  Watei, Power & Light  Co.'s woiks is  at an end.    Mr. S. S. Fowler, of the  company  owning   the   water  power,  who was in town Saturday last, staled  he   anticipated    no    further    delay.  Financial conditions in England  have  not been such the past year as to  encourage foreign  expenditures;   ample  funds are now however  available, and  no further delay   in   completing the  works is looked for.  Orders for all the necessary machinery have been placed with the  Westii'ghouse Electric & Manufactui -  ing Co., of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania,  and lendeis lor furnishing poles to e\-  tend the wires from Cascade to the  mining camps in the neighborhood,  are asked for. It is expected the machinery will be installed, and the entile plant completed and in i tinning  order by Christmas."  DOMINION DAV AT GRAND FORKS.  Finest Affair of the Kind Ever Held In the  Boundary.  The Dominion Day  celebiation  Grand Forks on July 1st  promises  be the finest affair of the kind  held in the Boundary country.  DOMINION and OLD IRONSIDES AVE.  Improvements at the Snowshoe.  Anthony J McMillan; managing  director of the Snowshoe, is expected  back from London, England, the last  of this: month, and some announcement will then be made in regard to  the improvements that will be made at  that property. The new company, recently organized in England to take  over and operate this property, is  headed by a strong directorate.  Among the contemplated improvements will be a residence for the local  manager, with other .buildings, and an  enlarged machinery plant.     |  Married at Greenwood, Wednesday,  at the Methodist church, by Rev. B.  H. Balderston, R. E. Dawson, of  Phoenix, and Miss Bessie Stevens, of  Vancouver; also, at the siime time and  place, Warren Mathienson, of Phoenix,  and Miss Susan Matheson, of Oxford,  Nova Scotia.. '.."   ' I  at  to  ever  'l'!,e  program includes horse races, a lacrosse mutch, foot races and drilling  contests. At a meeting of the various  committees held Tuesday evening it  was announced that $3000 will be offered in prizes. The new half-mile  track will be completed in ample time  for the meet. It is expected that  Montana, Idaho, and Washington and  Okanagan horses will compete. The  events include the following:  Quarter-mile dash, first prize $200;  second prize, $75. Five-eighths of a  mile, first prize, $175; second prize,  $75, Boys' pony race, quarter of a  mile, first prize, $75; second prize,  $25. Saddle race, distance 300  yards, first prize, $50; second prize,  $25. Three hundred yards in heats,  first prize, $175; second prize, $75.  jiaif; mile dash, first prize, $200;  second, prize, $75. In the horse  races the conditions are four to enter  and three to start, entry $io. The  first prize in the double-hand drilling  contest will be a purse of $200. This  event is open to all comers.  An effort is being made to secure a  large attendance ot American horses.  In addition a program of athletic  sports will be carried out, for which  substantial prizes will be offered. In  the evening $1,000 worth, of fireworks  wili be discharged from the summit of  Observation mountain overlooking the  city.  I_ast Sunday Dr. J. U. Porter, professor of mining and metallurgy in  Met Jill Univcisity, Montreal, visited  I'hoenix to make anangements for the  visit here of the summer school of  mining this week. On Tuesday the  special car of the class ai rived in'town  and was switched to the Old Ironsides  spur, back of the Granby apartment  house, for a couple of days.  The party consists of the following:  Dr. J.B. Porter, who is in charge;  Dr. F. D. Adams, professor of geology  and a distinguished savant; Prof. Landry, chief of the mechanical department; F. W. Draper, assistant professor  of metallurgy; graduates in order of  seniority���M. W. Evans, O. E. Leroy,  L. O. Howard and A. R. Archer; also  the following students���Messrs. Corliss, Campbell, Coulson, McBride,  McLaren, Porcheron, Despensiei,  Johnson, Robertson, Brainerd, 'Car-  lyle, Lucas, Langley, Pembei ton' and  Hall. They travel in a specially fitted  up tourist car, which was selected in  preference to the plush finished first  class coaches, and have two cooks and  a porter to look after their needs.  Objects of Ihe Trip.  Each year a special excursion is  taken by the mining department of  McGill to some section, for the purpose of examining ore bodies in working mines and securing practical information in regard to mining and  smelling���information that cannot be  obtained in the class room. On these  trips they are together socially as well  as in the moie serious part of the excursions, and so have a ^thoroughly  enjoyable time���while on a tour of, the  mining districts...���.';,_*_���._.,,���,, S;'-^^  These tours are a comparatively  new feature in the course. One year  they spent the term in Cape Breton,  anothei in Pennsylvania, and last year  a small paity went to New Yoik state.  This year the longest and most comprehensive e\cursion thus far given is  now being taken to British Columbia.  Where They Have Been.  Leaving Montreal some three weeks  ago, the party came straight west, and  made no stops of importance  till   the  coal   fields   on   the   main   line'were  leached.    Canmore,   Anthiacite   and  the famous Banff weie each  taken  in  in turn, and then diiect to the coast.  Nanaimo,   Victoria   and    Vancouver  weie visited, and the mining districts  of the Kootenays and Yale we're  next  on the list.    A stop was made at Sandon, and the Payne and Slocan  Star  mines visited.    After a brief look   at  the Hall Mines smeltei at Nelson, the  paity   proceeded   to   .Rossland,  and  spent  a  week.    Here  they made an  exhaustive examination of the  LeRoi  and War Eagle mines     In   this  connection there  is  an   interesting  inci  dent.    Dr. Porter was informed by  a  friend before leaving the east that   the  paity would   probably be  banquetted  by the War Eagle people in Rossland,  but   would   not   be   allowed   to  go  thiough   the  propeity.    It   happened  that they were shown  every  couitesy  in examining the mine, and  weie  not  banquetted.  How the Work Is Done.  This summer school is designed to  give instruction in the relations of  practical and theoretical mining, and  is modelled after those to be found in  mmy of the American colleges. So  popular has it become that McGill  now has more'students in the mining  course than any university on the  American continent, save one. There  are over.1,400 students in McGill in  the various courses, and of these there  are nearly 100 in the mining department.  In order that the adjutages of  these trips may be utilized ao the utmost,   each   man   receives a printed  outline of the points to be observed  in each class of mine and smelter visited. He must take full notes, measurements etc., as he goes along, which  aie examined daily. As the train proceeds informal lectures are delivered  upon the geological characteristics of  the country through which they are  travel ling, and the special features of  the mines to be visited are pointed  out.  Inspecting Mines of Phoenix.  The party, with the professors, made  a careful examination of the Old Ironsides, Victoria and Knob Hill mines  in this camp, accompanied by the  superintendent, William Yolen Wii-  lipms, and- Assistant' Treasurer,' J. F.  Hemenway. Every possible courtesy  was shown the McGill boys by the  local officials, and their' investigations  facilitated in every way. Numerous  photographs of the mines and works  were taken for future use in lectures,  etc, and as Dr. Porter exchanges  photographs with the Royal School of  ��� HE  . .-,./.  Also Includes the Lulu and the  Red Rock.  ENGLISH CAPITALISTS TAK1HG HOLD  Well Kmwb Properties la Phoenix Camp Will  la all Probability be Ritaalag Again  Sooa.  Mines a: London, these   views will be  seen thcie in a short time.  The numbers of the party were  greatly impressed with what they saw  of the mines of Phoenix, and copious  notes were taken as well as numerous  samples,  Leave Men in Each Large Camp.  Dr.' I'orter informed the Pioneer  that, in order to get a better understanding of the workings of the more  important mines, members of the  party would be left to work in many of  the camps that were visited. In fact,  he did not intend to take any of them  back home at this time. They would  all,'go as far as Nelson, and would  then go to the mines where they had  been allowed to go co work, and spend  the rest of the summer in mucking or  drilling or whatever they were put at,  in order that they may gain some  practical experience. Two will be  left in Phoenix, Messrs. Depensier  and Campbell and others  elsewhere.  From Phoenix the party went to  Greenwood, there they were entertained at lunch, and then took in the  Mother Lode and Sunset mines in  Deadwood camp, and also inspected  the B. C. Copper Co.'s smeltei. Then  they proceeded to Nelson and to East  Kootenay. i Here steps were to be  made to see the St. Eugene and North  Star mines, as well as the coal mines  at Fernie.   , '  It is announced from Sherbrooke,  Quebec, that a consolidation of the  War Eagle, Red, Rock and Lulu  claims.in Phoenix camp has been '  made and the controlling interest sold  to a London, England, company. The  new undertaking is to be , known as  the Sherbrooke Consolidated, capitalized at ;��i 50,000 in ��1 shares. Active operations will shortly be commenced on the.properties.  The War Eagle was staked in August, 1.891, and-has an immense, outcrop of gold;copper ore.." About two  years since it was acquired by the  War Eagle Copper-Gold Mining Company, the majority of the stockholders  being prominent Eastern Townships  business men, the mine being equipped with a 5-drill compressor plant.  Development consists of a shaft sunk  to a depth of 100 feet, with 660 feet  of drifting and crosscutting, the other  claims being only partially-prospected.  WEEKLY WORK OP THE COUNCIL.  r.'"SCHOOL-REPORT'FOR MAAf"  Standlng ol Phoenix Scholars For the Last  Month.  Class V. Total 650.���John Graham, 566; Jay Cramer, 579; Claude  Stent, 513.  Class IV. Total 550.���Stanley  Graham, 43S; Bertha Heidman/390.  Class III. Total 600.���Willie Biner  449; Gladys Hall, 442; Ruth Petiie,  442; .Mabel Heidmau 442, (equal);  Mary Binei, 441.  Class II. Total 450.���Ernest  Kline, 359; Cora Graham, 348; Jed-  die Summers, 339; Ivy Walteis, 316;  Cecil Hackett, 314.  Class I, Sr. Total 450.���Milby  Marshall, 362; Keiby Munro, 362;  Lucy Marshall, 350; Russell McLaren, 333.  Class I, Ji. Total 450.���Lizzie  Bell, 391; Alice Thomas 372; Lucy  Graham, 351; George Ileidman, 335;  Everett McLaren, 332; William Griei,  33'-     ,  Piimei II. Total 450.���August  Mueller, 366; May Hums, 362; James  Tievorrow, 35S; Nellie Kelly, 356;  Viva Lee, 332; Ervin McMullen, 318;  Richaid Thomas, 308.  Piimei 1, Si.     Total 450.���Arthur  Swanson, 402; Hazel   M.ushall,   391  Esthei   McDonald,   354;   Ruby   Mc  mullen, 326; Glynn Evans, 324.  Total attendance 54; aveiage 43.  1'. L Buck ion, Teacher.  Endorsed  Improvements By-Law.  Last Monday the vote of the ratepayers was taken on the by-law to  raise $15,000 by issuing debentures,  for the purpose of improving Dominion avenue, Knob Hill avenue, Phoenix street and a street to be laid out  through the Dominion Copper Co.'s  ground from Phoenix street to School  street. The polls were open all day-  City Clerk McMillan being the re.  turning officer. Every vote cast was  in favor of issuing the bonds, and the  city officials will place them to the  best possible advantage. The debentures will run 20 years, and carry six  per cent interest.  Phoznix Branch Ore Shipments*  The following table gives the  ore  shipments  of Phoenix  Branch |  mines for 1900, for the past week, for 1901 and the total to date:  Mayor Rumberger Has Donated a Cemetery  ,  Site to tbe City.  The full aldermanic board and the  mayor were present at Wednesday  evening's meeting of the city council.  The first business was the reading of  a communication from Sister Superior  Teresa, of the Rossland hospital, to  the effect that she would like to arrange to' take charge of the new-  Phoenix general hospital when built.  'Phe council took no action in the  matter. >       , '  Early closing By-Law No. 22 was  read the first time. It calls for the  closing^of all" general ^placgf. of Tbusi���' :  and the days precedingCfiublic  holidays."  Street Improvements By-Law No.  16, which was ratified by the ratepayers last Monday, was reconsidered  and finally passed. It provides for  the issuance of $15,000 in debentures  far street grading, etc.  Mayor Rumberger offered to donate a cemetery site to the city, and  the offer was accepted. It is located  near the old saw mill site below the  city.  James Breen, manager of the Dominion Copper Co., was given permission to ditch the ground on the  new addition from Phoenix-to Church  street.  Alderman Punch gave notice of his  intention to introduce a by-law to rearrange the lots in blocks 1 and 6 in  Rumberger's addition, abutting on  Standard avenue, and to alter the  width of Standard avenue.  In accordance with a motion made,  the mayor appointed a committee,  consisting of Aldermen Punch,' Mclnnis and Roy, to consult the owners  of property adjoining the city to ascertain their wishes in regard to coming into the municipality.  Alderman Punch gave notice of his  intention to introduce a Water and  Light Franchise By-Law.  The clerk was instructed to send  copies of Street Improvements By-Law  No. 16, to Messrs. F. J. Finucane,  Alex Miller. William Spier and L. A.  Manly.  The  following accounts   were  re-,  ported favorably by "the  finance  committee, and ordered paid:  Phil Mahr, lnbor on streets J iS oo  D. S. Forbes, laboron streets.;     ii oo  David Smith, labor on streets,...      9 oo  R. A. Scott, hospital dishes ,      16 65  N". Stewart, First street sidewalk  12700  I'ioneer  Publishing Co., advertising .mill  stationery ���.   39 00  Total   The   council   adjourned   to  Saturday evening at S o'clock.  ..$221  65  meet  1900  Week  1901  Totals  M Old Ironsides, Knob Hill  ^     and Victoria.   64.533  3.9l6  88.947  154.390  m 11. C.Mine   19,494  r,o25  18,846  38,340  ff Golden Crown .........  2,500  ....  2,500  Ill Winnipeg. .;..........  1.075  1,125  %" Athelstan   1,200  ....  5.S��  i,75o  IM Snowshoe   300  !5��  45o  "2r Brooklyn.."..........  !5��  r50  89.252  4.941  108,493  198,705  The alterations in the basement of  the Granby apartment house are about  completed, and W. S. Macy. & Co.  expect to serve breakfast there tomorrow morning. They will be able to  seat nearly 200 persons at  one  time.  Chas. D. Hunter returned Monday  from his monthly visit to the company's branch at Sandon, where he  says there is a more cheerful spirit, on  account of the recently granted bonus  on lead by the Dominion government..  Rev. R. .ti, Kinney, who lias been  pastor of the Methodist church in  Golden, arrived in the city this week  to take up the work in Phoenix. He  will hold services tomorrow at the  school house at 11 a.m., and 7:30 p.m.  Services will be held at St. Andrew's  Presbyterian church tomorrow at 11  a.m. and 7:30 p. m. Subject of morning servic,' "Keeping back part of the  price." Evening service, "The worth  of man. A cordial invitation extend-  to all.  _ '  '1'   ' M  *"  J .  *i Ss!a  1 r  > / '.  Ffc!  '��  i" ������ 4  ���'- i  ': '��� 1  t '  1 ' *i  ��� ,  *�����*  >v ii  .'    '', '*i!s  ' '  -''' 'a  1 1     ,r     Sfi  *���**   C T^A****!* "*  '���it  .'.'; 1  .-.':!  ., **\��iJ^i*iUA^ib***atitikaeii#&--  THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  4-t+++++++H**41****++++ + *1***4  �� The Canadian Bank of Commerce !���  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  j at some point on the Kettle river or  near it, where he can get plenty of  power and plenty of water, and also  secure the silicious ores of Republic  camp without trouble.  Capital, $8,000,000.  Rest, $2,000,000.  HOW. CEO. A. COX, PttuimU B. E. WALKER. Gcncnl Ibnagcr.  J. H. PLUMMER, A^t Ccn'I Muupr.  I J. W. H. SMYTHS, MANAGER GREENW0OD BRANCH. f  ��������������������������������������������������****************** ���<��������������������������������������������  The Phoenix Pioneer*  TOOTO) OX Zi.TXm.BA1 BT TI1S.  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  at rnotsttx. a, c  W_ B. WILLCOX. Manager.  Columbia Telephone, No. *9-'  Vernon & Nelson Telephone. No. 14.  mnucxrrnoets w apvaxce.  FerVe��r_  ..47.00  Six Monthly  To Foreign Coontric*.   . I-HS  ........  3x0  ZfyouutnolatntMcriber to thu paper, tbis  is an inriutran to too to become one.  -Advertising rate* fnnusbed on application.  Ixgal notioea 10 and 5 cents per line.  Four weekly insertions constitute one month's  adTerUsIn*.  WHAT THE EDITORS SAY.  It is simply amusing to read the  arguments put torth by a portion of  the eastern press to show that Eastern  Canadians have lost money "mining"  in this province. It is just as sensible  for a man who has lost his all in the  bucket shops of Chicago on the grain  exchange, to say he was ruined by  farming in Manitoba.���Sandon Mining Review.  Phoenix Laundry   J. T. LAWRENCE, Proprietor   During House Cleaningtime  we give SPECIAL RATES to Families and Hotels on Blankets, Curtains,  There seems to be a lemarkable  unanimity of opinion that one of the  chief factors among the causes which  are responsible for the temporary depression which is felt in local mining  circles is the failure of certain influential parties entrusted with the  management of large    properties   to  Ross-  CONIONl  BEL)  '.V  r i  ���I. 1,     I '  '������Us-  &  *>�� /..  .'  Jr'ti,'-'  :''>'  n   "  <h..'  ,'Vll y* I' ''.V  ';,"^,w t <%���<<���  s"' .r  ���_<  W 95, ill-  "rJ��     *  -a* ��� il  "J*. ' _*       ��^ V  r<-��-  p.  J,  1- (    ��  - ' " TALC OF THE TONS.  Statistics and figures are but dry  reading to a 'large number of those  who peruse the press.    And yet in a  mining country tljatis  'steadily   progressing there is a great deal ,that is  interesting about reliable data that is  occasionally published, s Especially is  this the case in regaird to the ore output of any  particular camp.    Sometimes, of course, comparisons are not  relished, but that depends largely on  the point of view."-", "   <>-  'l , *     t'   Now,*for instance,* take this camp  ���;, ���   .   of Phoenix. , It is not so long ago that  "^ ij j, the majority of the mining men of th<-  ���I </-..,f-_ Boundary shook their heads when this  ; .Jfiv. < camp was, mentioned/ and did not be-  ' ;,.' ^ , 'lieve its ores could ever' be made to  , .{\A ' yield aJprofiti   Of'course; that! ha1  - < VA" ^'aW been settled now/atfd jn the mos1  " i     'satisfactory manner.-,/1'hose,who had  I the capital have proved the faith 'that  'was in them.    ,     ",,i * ���*. 4~-  . f And now it is'naturally, the. tale ot  nthe tons that. is..attracting  attention  everywhere.    The shipments from this  camp alone now average "118,000 tons  bf dM^r ^fiftiMie^riti^a-v steadily  \       maintained without trouble,; and in  y   '     about three.piohths this output will be  ',1-��     ^,V '     'f'f'l'l* i     ' I   S      .1    ' '    ^   ~'  _ , at least doubled.,1.1'his is not merely  '  ( ��� hearsay, for every preparation is being  j iv made to handle this larger tonnage,  1 ���"    F.jB/is* liow .universally *welf known.  j    \' ^Some time, in September, therefore,  ",v   1-    there is every, reason to believe^ that  ���.-'", the output of Phoenix will. be" at the  ' s   rate of .from 35,000 to   40,020   tons  '>���"   per month as a'minimum.<  Hy the  ,   time this increase takes erTect  there  will have been shipped'over'the I'hoe^  j nix branch of ^ the C.   I*. R. duHna  _ I9��t in the neighborhood of .175,000  ^vv/tohs'of ore.l" Tor the balance' of the  'V , \jrear,'ithe output rwiir be. about 40,000  /   "_-'tbns monthlj', or 160,000 tons-for the  . remaining four months of this year.  T   , 'This'will make a total of 335,000'tons  .^     for the year,, todi,' and while contin-  1'gencies may arise that may change  ", ..jfthese figures, there is every likelihood  <^~- r .that the total-will be close to the figure  mentioned.      ��� ,\i'   f<   ' '    ���  talists and the city itself. There is a  growing impression that if private cap  ital will undertake the water and light  installation under proper safeguards  for both public and individual interests, the franchise should be granted  without further delay.  '   The season is slipping away, and  whoever   is   to   undertake the work. ���.���..��s^.��.���.. ��  .��.6v   r.��,>v  should be given the privilege at once I properly conduct their affairs  Now that the matter has been aired at j,and Miner-       ^_  such a length, and thoroughly thresh  ed out,  the Pioneer has confidence  that the council   will   act   definitely  shortly.    What we need   and   must  have is a guarantee of sufficient water  supply at all times.   Nothing else will  be  satisfactory   to   the    ratepayers.  Whatever agreement  is   made,   this  should be a part of it  Etc, for which we have the best of  facilities.  Only Union Help Employed  Bundles called for  anddelivered promptly to ever}' part of  the city. Send your  order by Phone.  BKST OF WOKK GUARANTEED  V. & ST. PHONK NO 30.  Dominion  A\enue,  Adjoining  Butte  Hotel,  Phoenix, II. C.  If there is one thing that the Slocan  ���fcan be congratulated u\mn it is the  fact that panic in the country caused  by over-speculation or otherwise can  have no bad effect upon business here,  which has been dead for some time.  An inquest on the Slocan would produce a verdict of killed by agitation,  hesitation and legislation.���Silverton-  ian.  VICTORIA HOUSE  \ Leading Hotel of Phoenix ���;  *�������������������� �����������������������-���������� ��*��<  Everything First Class, Electric Lighted, Electric  Bells, Free Sample Rooms,  P'inest   Liquors and  Cigars.  B. C. HOTEL CO.. Ln>., Pitors  15. TOM KINS, Managkr.  Old Ironsides Avenue,    -      -     PHOENIX, B. C.  Phoenix Stage Line.  Vaughan & FiclNNlS,  The Pioneer  ..Butchers  Ok the Camp.  ���Ol  'We handle all Kinds of Beef, Pork, Mutton and Veal.  Also Fish, Poultry and Oysters in season.  Your Trade Solicited.  Old Ironsides Ave.  Our Prices Are Right.  PHOENIX, B.C.  Belt's   Livery, Feed  aod Sale  S Stables ��^  HARRY HELL, Proi'kieior.  jd Good Saddle,  Pack and Driving Horses.  Charges Reasonable.  KNOB HILL AVE, PHOENIX. H.  Heavy Draying. jt  \ P. Burns & Co.  I'HOENIX  MARKET.  EMTOMAL   COMMENTS.  When the Canadian mint gets  started, if the director will increase  the size of the five cent piece he will  receive the thanks of the public.  The pointers" will soon be at work  again. That is, the High Joint Commission, to settle all matters in question between Canada and the United  States, will re-assemble shortly.  Makes Two Round Trips Daily Between Phoenix  and Greenwood.  Foe Sale.���One S-column Washing  ton Hand press, one Army press, and I,eaves Phoenix at 7-45 a. ill. and 1,30 p. m  a lot of body and job tyjie,  suitable  Phoenix Time.  for weekly newspaper. Will be sold  at a bargain. Address, I'ioneer Publishing Co., Phoenix, 13. C.  It is to be regretted that the North-  port smelter has closed down for an  indefinite period. A large part of,the  prosperity of Rossland is dependent  pn the operation of those reduction  works.   <     '    '.  Ifotice te the PaMJc  I have opened a v 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 Malandrini.  Leaves Greenwood at 9:00 a. in. and 4:00 p.m.  Green  wood Time.    Sunda3rs, leaves Phoenix at 8:15 a. m.  and Greenwood at 10:30 a^in  Cottage Hotel  J. E. Meagher, Prop.  The Finest to be had in Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  NORTH END OF FIRST  STREET BRIDGE.  PHOENIX, B. C.  See Almstrom & Berg at  the  den hotel, Dominion avenue.  Nor-  *  Far Sale,  ,'* n1  The membeis at,Ottawa thought  the example of increasing the sessional  indemnity, set by the British Columbia solons, was so good that they went  and did likewise. They are looking  out for their precious'selves, anyway.  > It is pretty safe to say that the Mc-  Gill mining students, who' went  through the Knob Hill and Old Ironsides mines last Tuesday,..saw .more  ore in a few hours than they will see  in as many, days in any other camp in  British Columbia.  Andrew Carnegie is still giving away  his millions where much good will be  done. 'The latest is a gift of ^2,000,-  000 for the establishment of free education1 in four Scottish universities.  He has not endowed a free libr.iey in  Phoenix yet, but no one can tell wha  will happen next    -  If you are interested, it will pay you  .to write to the  PIONEER PUB. CO.,1  Pholnix, H. C.  Write for prices on, all kinds of���  Riding Saddles, Pack Outfits,  "���   Saddle   Blankets,   Cinchas  and Harness.  Prices the lowest  H. C. SMITH, Grand Forks  *��� VV. & N. Tel 98.  THE  DECBER - HAMPDEN  Others Follow.  I^ADS.  Appearances indicate that tin-affairs  of the Morrison Mines, Ltd., will sooi.  be in a bad tangle. Boundary stix k-.  holders in this property are all -at outs  with the Spokane stockholders. 'I his  Deadwood mine is said'to be a goo-l  one,< and it. is unfortunate that it  should be tied up.  ' WATER AND LIGHT IN PHOENIX.  V*'  1^  -i.  '<;V  **_��&, ;<> *o ^  %<��� 1.  ������ X  i.    >  ^' It was thought three weeks ago that  .the question of who would put in  the  ��������� water system in this city  would  have  " been settled by this time.   Those vde-'  sirous of installing water works are  t also anxious to secure the privilege of  t supplying an electric service here    In  order to get the latter they must also  supply the former.   'The first proposition  came to the city council from  McArthur & Monk a couple of months  ago, but'the rates quoted Here not at  -all satisfactory to the council and the  city decided virtually that if no better  rates could be had from private capi-  /talists/it would Undertake the installa-  (tion of a, water system itself.   To' this  end the'permission of, the ratepayers  to issue water Sands to the amount of  >$zo,oco was sought and obtained.      ,  Just about this time Messrs. Graves,  Flunierfelt and Williams made an offer  to supply the city with water and light  1It,s Worth  - That yon can secure about anything in  '   Furniture* Carpets* Upholstering, Ctc*      &r      &       j&  <        at, the establishment of  CLARK <Si  BINNS.   *  *  Old Ironsides Ave.  We buy direct from factory, and   whether  >ou  wish   to  furnish   one  rpom or flity, we will quote you right prices.    Picture Framing to  prder, wiih a iarge stock to select from.  HI-.AD OFFICE 10K DOUNDAKV CKKEK, CKIXNWOOJ),  II.  HiADQUAKlFRS, NELSON, B. C.  C.  .... Wholesale aid Detail Ileal Herclaiifs.  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, 'Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,  Silverton, New Denver, Ymir, Salmo, Rossland, 'Trail, Cascade,  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway,lr��sagara and Phoenix.  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  All orders receive prompt attention.  ��  * .  1  *  ���  t  THE PHYSICIAN  Prescribes and expects pure medicine and exact  weight and measure. These you will always  get at our store.  J. B. BOYLE  V. 8. N. I'EU NO. 16  DRUGGIST.  5  NIGHT BEU.  C. A. McCLUNG & CO.  AND   EHItAf.MIXU.  mmmmmmmmm  Bellevue   Hotel,  Knqb Hill Ave., I  PHOENIX, B.C. J  .'This hotel is centrally located, newly built and newly 9  furnished throughout.     Everything is  first-class.    Bar L  stocked with the finest. T  EDWARD SIMPSON, Prop. I  HaV    firAin     FpWrl   We have a large stock, bought  l!��y,  Uldlll,   I CCU, before the rise and can quote  Pftflpfl    Oafc     Ffr   dose prices. Quotations given  rvviicu   vsai.3,   liv,. on sXx^^t or mixed cars.  The-  Maple^ Leaf  Choice wines, liquors, and cigars always in stock.  Board by day or week. One trial and you will remember  The Maple Leaf Forever.  Ofhce  stnudard  A\e.iuc.  Chas. A. McCitmg & Co.  V. S. N.  Telephone 36.  Tie' British (elite VMesale Liquor (<  R. GREIGER. Manajrcr.  Pabst  AGENTS FOR  Complete Hue of llnr Supplies  . GREENWOOD, B.  C.  The wooer of business must use  printer's ink if he would be successful,  and, according to the evidence of the  njo5t"successful business- men of the  day,, he can do this best through  newspaper advertising. It he doe-.  not advertise he cannot .expect to  reach the highest or even a moderate  pinnacle of success.  The passage of the lead bounty bill  has made things have a brighter look  in the Slocan and in other parts of  the Kootenays. Coupled with it  conies the announcement that the C.  P. R. proposes to erect a lead refinery  at some point in this province. vThis  will not please those working for a  refinery at Kaslo, Nelson and a few  other places.  Many a mining man has an abiding  faith in the future-of Republic, although at present that camp is a little  in the shade. 'There is said to be  something tangible to the recent piacer  Horn. Express Money Orders for sale (OLD IRONSIDES AVE.  Mandel & Murphy, Props.  PHOENIX, JJ. C.  City Bakery  SUNN & McCAGUE,  PROPR1E10RS.  V. & N  Thone, No. 48.  Bread, Cakes, Pies, Etc., Fresh Daily.  IRONSIDES ADDI TION, PHOENIX, B. C. Free Dkuverv  afer 4��rLfa JU��ti^ 07i��ty.  1 DHOENIX  Now is the Time to Buy Town Lots in  will come to the  V (~  -a  discoveries there, and while just  now  ��� at better rates than McArthur & Monk' the camp is not much  in  the public  . had quoted, and the council  thought'eye, with railway facilities  now about  favorably of it.    Then   McArthur &  Monk came down in their figures, and  made what is considered  a favorable  v proposal. One other estimate is expected from the Greenwood Electric  Co., who already have an electiic light"  to  be afforded, it  front again lapidly.  'The people of Greenwood are exceedingly anxious that Mr. Breen  Should locate  the  Dominion  Copper  rir'n^:1r"!!i:t!:iJL? iaiT!tli."..��:,liear,,latl0W,,1'a?d   2 Cor. Standard Avenue and Banner Street.  3 fr  "   /&*&    If1   \  ���if  in order. 'I his latter c.mpany is probably not anxious to go into the water  business a^ it is out of their line.  we dn not blame thein. It would be  a good thing for Greenwood in more  tvays than  one.    Hut   Mr.   Bieen  as  1  ,But here we have practically four yet has said  nothing.    He will un-  prepositions, three from private tapi-, doabtedly locate the reduction  works  REWERY  JULIUS MUELLER, Proprietor.  Extra Fine  All the best hotels in Phoenix serve Phoenix Beer.  Patronize home Industry and  drink Phoenix Beer.  PHOENIX, B.C  0<><><><r<><>0<><><><>*  The MINING and COMMERCIAL CENTRE  ������M.n mimwmaam*B^aBnauwtasMwesmBmaaaai*as*mmm^  The Townsite Coin-  ..      *   ���    ���    -i  -1     ���        , ^^       ������-   pain'will sell 4�� ��^  the choice inside Imsmess lots next to COST PRICE. Your choice for $25 cash and  $25 in two months, $25 in fourmonths. Deeds can be given auy time upon pay-  men of $75. Comeis $200; $50 in cash, $5o in two Months, $50 in four months  aud ^50 in six mouths.   Two l0ts go to the corner.  " ��� ���       iiiim m���iti.iii     mtm-  TheyWill Never be as Cheap Again. This is an Investment and no Speculation.  This; townsite_is situated in Camp Hedley on the main wagon road and location  hues of three different railroads, half way between Keremos and Princeton, and  among the coming mines m British Columbia  iJAii^y, Manager, ticaa umce, Koom 4, Wallace-Miller Block, Greenwood B.C.  SN  1- t'i  '.f^*  i���V'jc'ii-.ir,  1  "4"  /Hi  __.  .. 1 >*  ^_J-_'.���  .v.v  (<������"-.     lT    -al^-:*    .I-1.' _>-*"_*���*.M  ���ti  I-I   J/  . _��s r    ^  1'!  -_i ,j-.-y  i  n H'lnrnrno  THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  OLD  RONSIDE  TOWNSITE  %^flf  sm-  SPEGIALS.  FOR SALE~-$ 1,500 will purchase an improved central Knob Hill Ave. property.  $700 for a choice lot on Ironsides Ave., adjoining the Victoria hotel.  $4,000 will buy a very central property, returning 45 per cent interest on investment.  FOR SALE���A pair of choice corner lots on  Knob Hill Ave. cheap, and centrally located.  $250 each for lots on Ironsides Division; building conditions.  Residence Lots for $150 and $175 on easy terms.  Building Loans '   Fire insurance written.  J. E. MILLS, Agent,  V; & N. TKL. 8r. MORRISCTN-ANDHRSON BI.K FIRST ST., I'HOENIX.  Correspondence Solicited.   Visitor* in city are cordially invited to  call aud inspect properties.  AND  OTHER    CITY   PROPERTY  FOR  J. E. MILLS, Agent  O+^^+44-M-4-H--f44^+++++-f*-f+*400f+*>4-4-+4-4>>+-M-f+-f-f-f-H-f4-0  jVMii1''  THE BUTTE,  C. W. ABBOTT, Proprietor.  I '"PHIS popular resort 1  f    A    has been refitted. "  The Best Appointed and Equipped  Hostlery in the Boundary.  i ir-urn.al.ee. mid thor- i  iS^^rtSl.WlNES, LIQUORS, and CIGARS.  I modern hotel couven-  1 lences. Local and I,oi.g  f Distance   Tclepli one  | coniirctiun   with    the  J offic���niid i�� henduuar-  I tcrs for Stage and K..I1-  I way traffic; and every  attention is   given to  IMPORTED and DOMESTIC.  ��� the comfort and convenience   or patrons.  f nislied rooms,  enlence   or n��  The hotel has been enlarged liy the addition  of fifteen   nicety  The   Public    Patronage  Respectfully Solicited-  Comfortable Sample  j* Rooms for jt  Commercial Travelers  UP-TO-DATE MUSIC HALL.  We nitu to please our pre.  Rent large trade and  dcHer"- more.  11  Dominion Ave.,    PHOENIX, B. C.  I  American and Dominion Government at it.  LARGE PARTY ARRIVE IN BOUNDARY  )+�������+�������������������������������� ��������������+����ooc +����+++��+++++++++��+-h~h  ���..HOTEL BROOKLYN...  (I'crmcrly the Metropolitan.) ,.  High class wines, liquors and cigars always in stock. Convenient sample" room for Commercial Men. First-  class Cafe in connection.  HUGHIE McGUIRE, Prop  W. T. O'Hara, Engineer of Topographical Department, Ottawa, and J. J. McArthur,  For United States.  CALIFORNIA   WINE   DEALERS IN   Fine  Wines and   ���<   <��  the  Choicest  of Cigars  CO.,  i  Agents for Calgary  Beer. -  NELSON, B. C.  PALACE   LIVERY   STABLE  ;e and Transfer Line,  PHOENIX, - - -��� - B. C.  Stag*  Stage leaves   Phoenix   for   Greenwood   8 a. m.  Leaves Greenwood ioa,  m.  Leaves Phoenix    ip.  Leaves Greenwood  4 p.  m.  Best turnouts hi the Boundary.    Horses Avell suited for  long drives. COLLINS & HcGILLIS, Props.  00<XX>00000O00O000O000000O0O<X��00<XX}00OOO0��OO0CKX}00OO0O  The Lion Bottling Works  GREENWOOD  ���SOLE AGENTS FOR THE-  AND  9  PHOENIX, B. C.  Lion Brewing Co.  Of Rossland, the  Largest Brewery in British Columbia.  JAS. McCREATH & CO., Props.  ���GENERAL   EXPORT   AGENTS   Blue Label  REICHS-  QUELLEN  Selters  Natural   Mineral Wate  Wiesbaden, Germany.  Job Work Promptly Attended to.  Phoenix street (Hack ofl'ostoffice.) V. & N. I'lione No. 44-  Plumbing  & Winning  Phoenix, B* G*  PHOENIX SECOND HAND   STORE  New and Second Haud.Furniture and  Goods Bought, Sold and Exchanged.  New show case for sale. ;" . .,   CA111NET  AND   UPHOLSTERING 'WORK .DONE ... .  Knob Hill Ave.,   .;    :     :    Next to Bell's Stables.  W. F. O'Hara, an engineer connected with the topogtaphical surveys  branch of the department of the interior, arrived in Greenwood last Friday  night, and will come down to Midway  in a few days and commence the work  of surveying the international boun.  dary, as agreed to by the international  boundary commission.  The Canadian party operating in  this district will assemble at Greenwood, where its strength will be -made  up to 12 or 14. Mr. O'Hara will be  in complete charge, and his party will  operate in conjunction with an American part/under the direction of the  United States government engineeis,  and acting on lines laid down by thc-  international commission. It is proposed to take in the section of the line  from Midway to Similkameen river,  and it is estimated that with normal  weather conditions this part of the  work can be completed in the present  season, which extends to the end of  October. At the same time another  outfit, comprising parties of United  States and Canadian engineers, the  latter under the direction of Mr. J. J.  McArthur, will operate from the coast  east. The task undertaken by the international commission, that of re-locating the line between the two countries, k one of very considerable mag-  'nuude, ana will'probably require'sev-  eral years for its consummation.  The two sets of parties will act in  conjunction with each other. At Midway Mr. O'Hara will confer with the  chief of the United States party, and  will arrive at an allotment of the work,  the principle being to have the respective engineers check each other's  work and take sections of the country  in rotation. The detail to be followed  will be that of taking a system of tri-  angulations on this tide of the line by  the Canadian party and on the other  side by the United States party, together with photographic surveys, the  latter being a rapid means of covering  the ground with absolute accuracy and  without the ordinary course of surveying work.  It is not generally understood that  the work carried on by the survey  parties of the respective countries is  wholly of a preliminary nature. The  engineers aie on the ground for the  purpose of determining the exact location of the geugtaphical line and repotting the information thus obtained  to the international commission, which  will then confer and determine where  the line will be placed. When this  decision is nirived at the line will be  marked by a series of stone monuments distant from each other about  a mile. A straight line will be run  connecting the mounds,'atid the line  will be marked by a broad blaze, ten  or twelve feet in width, so that no  future doubt caivarise as to the' status  of land within tbe area close to the  boundary.-���Midway Advance.  AMENDMENTS TO MINERAL ACT.  Full TexJ of Those Made si the Last Session  of (be UflsUlare.  Only two amendments to the mineral act were made this year, as follows:���  An Act to Amend the Mineral Aci.  His Majesty, by and  with the advice and consent of the Legislative  Assembly of the province of British  Columbia, enacts as follows:  1. This act may be cited as the  "Mineral Act Amendment Act, 1901."  ,z. Section 4 of the "Mineral Act  Amendment Act, 1899," is hereby repealed, and the following substituted  therefor:  "4. In case any person shall allow  his free miner's certificate to expire  he may, at any time within six months  from the date of such  expiration, obtain from the pro|ier officer, upon the  payment ol a fee of fifteen dollars, a  special free miner's certificate.     Such  special certificate shall have the effect  of reviving the title of the person to  whom it is issued to all mineral claims  which such person owned at  the time  of the lapse of his former cettificate,  except such as under the provisions of  the "Mineral Act" and amending acts  had  become  the property   of some  other person at or before the  time of  the issue of such  special certificate,  and shall also operate as a free miner's  certificate until midnight of the thirty-  first day of May next after its issue.  In the case of a joint stock company  the fee for such special certificate shall  be three hundred dollars.   Such certificate shall be in the following form :  BRITISH COLUMBIA,  The rich strike made at the Silver  King mine, Nelson, some time ago  has been confirmed. " The ore body  was encountered in what is known as  the south vein on the No. 6, level. It  is claimed that the ore body is 8 feet  wide and assays 120 ounces silver and  17 per cent copper.  Dick Lorah, the Popular Caterer, is in charge of the  Kurte  Pining  Rooms  Where he will be pleased to  see his old friends and  patrons.  D. J. MATHESON,  INSURANCE AGENT,  FI.RE, LIKE, ACCIDENT.  Coiniiilnsloiier for taking Affidavit*.  Phoenix, B.  I JUST RtXFIVCD  ���A NICK UNE OF���  Silver, Silverine and  Gold Filled Cases  They are beauties. Cnll nnd see them.  HENDERSON,  TI1R   JKWKIHR. '  Souvenir .Spoon" always in stock.  Phoenix : Bakery  R  Everything the Market affords served  in   first-class   style.  LORAH, Proprietor.  Notice to Creditors.  Stephens Trading  op!    .  I In the matter ol the  In the matter of the Wynlcooi  ' Company Limited, nnd :  "Companies Winding Up Act, 1S9S."  Notice is hereby given that the creditors of the  above named company are required on or before  the 9U1 day of July, 1901, to send their names and  addresses, and the particulars of their debts or  claims to the undersigned J. F. Hemeuwny, Ihe  liquidator ofthe said company, and if so required  by notice in writing from the said liquidator are  to come in and prove their said debts br claims  at such time aud place as shall be specified in  such notice, or iu default thereof they will be  excluded from the benefit or any distribution  made before such debts are proved. ���   -  Dated at Phoenix, B. C, this 25th day of May,  1901. ' . ��� -r  J. F. HEMENWAY,  Liquidator ofthe above named Company.  30  LPECIAL  KREE   MINER'S   CERTIFICATE.  (Not transferable.)  No.  "This is to certify that , of  has paid,me the sum of  (fifteen or three hundred as - the case  may be) dollars, and is entitled to all  the rights and privileges of a free  miner from midnight of' the [here insert the.date of Jthe.i.day. immediately  preceding the date of the issue of certificate] day of ., A. D., 19  until midnight of the 31st day of  May, A. D., 19   .   ���  " Phis special certificate, so far only  as such title depends upon such person having a free miner's certificate,  shall have the effect of reviving the  title of the person to whom it is issued  to all mining  properties which  such  persons owned at the time of the lapse .   ���  .,     ,.   ,,      .,  ',.,���   c .���<���    . 1 ���' Applications For Liquor License,  of his former certificate,  except  such    ��� ,.    ���  u _���.    ���      ��. . ...      * -  . , * *      ��u^.i       Notice is hereby given that   the uudermen'  as have become the property   Of   some   tioned have applied to the Board or.License Com-  Other nerson missloners for the Boundary Creek License Dis  "Issued at  C. \V. GREER, Prop.  Phoenix Street,  Opp. P.  Bread Delivered Daily to all  parts of the City.  When we say we make good Bread  we are only repeating the words of  our many customers. To the stranger  we say, Try it nnd be convinced.  PIES, CAKES, COOKIES, DOUGHNUTS, Etc., alwnys on hand.  o.  Light Express in Connection  V. & N PHONE, 5J-     '  : EASTERN   ��� ���-  Townships Bank!  .   ESTABLISHED 1859. -  CAPITAL   -    -   -  ,-    $2,000,000  RESERVE FUND   -   -'    $900,000  HOARD OF DIRECTORS: .      ���  R. Vf. Hf.neker, President, Hon. M. U. Cocn-  HA.VK, ,Vice-I'res., Israel Wood, J. S. Mitchell,  G. ���Stevens, J. Jf. Caler, N. W.Thoinns, C. II.  Knthan, II. U. Brown, Q. C.  HEAD OVI'ICK, SHERHKOOKE, P. Q.  Wm. ��� Pakhtcm.,  Gen'l Jfgr.,  Jas. Maoklnuoii,  Assistant Gen'l Mtjr,  S. Ki/Gi.r.r.,  Local Slgr.  8. V. Mokky, Inspector ofllraiiches.  BRANCHES. ,  In Province ofQiiebec���'  Waterloo, W. I. Brlggs, Manager.  Rock Inlaiid, S. Stevens, Manager.  Cowaimllle, II. V. Williams, Mgr.  Coatlcook.B. Austin, Manager.  Richmond, W. L. Ball,      ������  Granby, W. II. Robinson,"  Bedford, E, W. Morgan,    "  Magog, K. P. Olivier, "  St, Hyacinthe, J, r.aframbolse, Mgr.  Huntingdon, ��. N. Robinson,Mgr.  Ormstovru, W. II. Hargrove,-Acting Mgr.  In Province of British Columbia���   ,   ',  Grand Forks, Wm. Spier, Mgr       .      -..  Phrenix,  Mgr.  Agents in Montreal, Bank of Montreal; London, Eug., National Bank of Scotland,1 -Boston,  National Exchange Bank; New York, National  Park Bank.  Collections    made at   all   accessible   points.  Drafts issued Tor any required amounts, good at  all points in Canada,   U. S. and Europe.    Exchange bought and sold.  Savings Branch Department at each office.  Interest allowed from date of deposit and com-  Sounded annually without requiring attention of  epositor.  Office Hours: 10-3; Saturday from 10 to 12.  BOUNDARY   CREEK  DISTRICT.  LICENSE  DAN    BURNS  GENERAL  BLACKSMITHING AND  REPAIR SHOP  HORSESHOEING,  o A o  SPECIALTY  Dominion Ave.,    PHOENIX  the  A. D,, 19  day of  Success Open to All.  "(Signature of officer issuing same.)"  3. Section 141 ofthe" Mineral Act  is hereby repealed, and the following  substituted therefoie  "141. Affidavits and declarations  required under the provisions of this  Act shall be made before one of the  following officials having jurisdiction  in the Province of British Columbia,  or the part thereof where such affidavits or declarations may be sworn or  made, that is to say: Supreme or  County Court Judge, Registrar of a  Court of Record, Gold Commissioner,  Mining Recordor, Stipendiary Magistrate, Justice of the Peace, Rotary  Public, or Commissioner for taking  Affidavits'."-   : .������V.:V7,A';     .',;'������'.,  4, This Act shall not come into  force until the first day of July,  A. D., .1.901.'.  missloners for the Boundary Creek License Dis  trict at their next sitting for a renewal of their  licenses to sell liquor by retail o;i the premises  named beginning on the first day of July, 1901;  said next sitting ofthe board will be held 011  Saturday, 15th day of June, 1901, at 10 o'clock in  the forenoon "at the Commercial Hotel, Eholt,  B.C.  W. T. Buker, Clifton   Hotel, Hartford Junction  C. A. Hagelberg, Copper Plate Hotel, Summit.  R. V. Clnsholm, Windsor Hotel, Summit.  I. A. DINSMORU,  Chief License Inspector.  * W. B. OLSON '  ��� KELOWNA ���  General Contractor  and Builder.  ESTIMATES     FURNISHED!  NOTICE.  ���������.Painter, Decorator and Paper Hanger  Office and shop:  Phoenix Street.  The father of the ..late'J. C. Van  Houten began the; manufacture and  sale of cocoa in Holland in 1817.  There was only a local demand for the  product until the son took charge of  the establishment and began advertising. Before his death Mr. Van  Houten said that his . enormous success was due mainly to advertising,  especially,in the newspapers. He expended as much as $1,000,000 a year  for newspaper space. liy the same  method any other business can achieve  success in proportion to its advertising  expenditure. ;  tii^ Sign Painting on short notice.  Prompt attention to all orders. .-.'..  Knob. Hill Cafe  o   o   <>   ���<>  This popular restaurant is now under the manage-  eJsl  ment of Harry Odams, one of the best known caterers  ^  in the Boundary.   He solicits.your patronage.  ���6pp.- Eastern Townships  Bank, First   Street.  . Will be Damned, Anyway.  Editing this paper is a nice thing.  If we publish jokes people say we are  rattle-brained. If we don't we are an  old fossil. If we publish original matter they say we don't give them enough  selections. If we give them selections  they say we are too lazy to write. If  we don't go to churcli \ve are heathen;  if we do we are a hypocrite. If we  remain in the office we ought to go  out and hustle locals. If we go but  then we are notattending to our business. If we wear old clothes they  laugh at us. If we wear good: clothes  they say we have a pull. Now, what  are we going to do? Just as likely  some one will s;ay we took this from  our exchanges, and so we did.  FROM FAR AND NEAR.  �������...........��^����...��..��.............  A new case of small ������ pox was discovered in Nelson last Sunday, a man  by the name of Isaac Fleming.  Fred Collins, who killed A. Dando  at Peterborough, B. C, has been sentenced to be hanged at Nelson on  July 26.  The International Mining Congress  meets at Boise City, Idaho, July 23,  24 and 25. It is now estimated that  about 1,000 mining men will be present as delegates.  In the Slocan it is expected the  Miner-Graves syndicate will operate  ths Rockland group on an extensive  scale shortly. This property is a  gold-copper proposition carrying good  values.  The act for incorporating the City  of Trail has received the endorsement  of the provincial secretary, arid barring  unforseen contingencies, it is expected  that Trail will become a city on or  about July 1.  Among tbe Best.  The Phoenix Pioneer is now settled  in-a new office specially erected for  the home of that enterprising journal.  A Campbell cylinder press has been  put in and other additions made to  plant and stock. The Pioneer is  prosperous in appearance also, and is  one of the best of the list of Piovin-  cial papers.^���B. C. Trade Budget.  Steam Boiler Inspectors' Examination.  Applications for examination for Steam Boiler  Inspectors will lie received b\ theChitf insptctor  of Steam Boilers, New Westminster, B. C, up to  June 10th, 1901. Applicants must be between  the ages of 25 and 50 years, they must have had  atleast five years' practical workshop experience  as machinists or boiler makers, and must also  have a thorough understanding of steam engineering,  Forms of particulars may be obtained, on request of intending applicants, from the Chief Inspector of Steam Boilers, New Westminster, B.C.,  and must be properly filled iu and returned to  him on or before the above-mentioned date.  The candidates selected for examination will  then be notified as to date and place of examination.  The salary will be Jioo per month.  W. C. W1-U.S,  Chief Commissioner of I.nnds and Works.  Lands and Works Department,  Victoria, II. C, ��nd May, 1901. 30  s- PHOENIX,   B.   0. g  R. B.KERR,  Barrister and Solicitor,'  notary public.  PHOENIX, B. C.  Phoenix Lodge No. 28,  Knights of Pythias.  Jleets even Tuesday night  ut 7:30 p. m., Miners' Union  Hall.  Visiting brethren  welceme.  C A. McCluxg, K. R. S.  J. A. Clark, C. C.  CIGARS  o  UNION  o  MADE  MIlMUlOf  PRACTICAL IIOUSK and SIGN  PAINTKRS, DHCORaTORS, l-TC.  PiioNb: Columbia 35.  Phoenix and  Greenwood. B.C.  EAST  31st May.   8th June  Pan-American  Excursions to Buffalo-  June 4, 18.   July 2,   16.  Aug. 6, 20.  Imperial Liniitedg,  iothi June. ;  ALDHAH & BLUNT,  Mine Surveyors,'. '  and Draughtsmen.  V. & N.'Phone, No. 70. PHOENIX, B, C.  1II. D. PALORCU.  r. a. scon,  Contractor and Builder.  Estimates Furnished.  PHOENIX, B.C.  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaranteed.    Imported Goods.  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES MADE TO  ORDER.  PRACTICAL    MINERS'  AND   PROSPECTORS' SHOES   A SPECIALTY.  o  For Time-tables, rnteif  ami   full Information  cnll 011 or address nearest local ngent, or  VV. Dey, EJ.Coyle,.   ^  Agent, A.G.P.Agt.-.   *  Phoenix, B. C.   Vancouver, B".C.  J. S. Carter, D. P. A.,  Nelson, B. C.  Corner Phoenix SI. and Brooklyn Ave  0-  :1  H. S. CAYLEY.  W.-B. COCHRANE.  CAYLEY & COCHRANE,  Solicitors, Etc.  PHOENIX, B. C.  D. WHITESIDE,  Barrister & Solicitor,  Graves-Williams Block.  PHOENIX, B. C.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificates of Improvements.  NOTICK.  Alma Fractional and Fairplay Fraction Mineral  Claims. Situate in Grand Forks Mining  Division of Yale District. Where located:���in  Greenwood camp, east ofthe City of Phoenix.  Take notice that I, John Louis Grnhame  Abbott acting as agent for the llritish Columbia  (Rossland and Slocan) Syndicnte, Limited, Free  Miner's certificate No. b 41161, intend 60 days  from the date hereof lo applv to the Mining  Recordei for certificates of Improvements for the  purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of each of  the above claims.  And further take notice that action under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such certificates of Improvements.  Dated this a6th day January, 1901.  36 1. L. G. Apcn/T.  WINTER SCHEDULE.  Spokane f^lls and northern  NELSON  &   FORT   SHEPPARD  RED MOUNTAIN RT.  The only all-rail route between alt points east,  west, nnd south-to Rossland, Nelson and all in-  termeditttf points; connecting at Spokane with  the Great Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R. &.  N. Co.  Connects at Nelson with steamer for Kaslo and  all Kootenay Luke points.  Connects at Meyer's Kails with stage daily for  Republic, and connects at Ilosslmrg with stage  daily for Grand Torks and Greenwood.  KS;FMCTIV1C SUNDAY, DHC.  25, 1900.  I,eav*!\  Daily Train   Spokane.,..  Arrive.  8:30 a.m. ���.  ....6:40 p.  m.  11:50 a. in...   Kosslaml    3:>�� P  m.  7:00 a. in....   Nelson   Night Train  .....7:15 P.  in.  9:45 p.m....   .Spokane    7:00 a  111,  11:00 p. in..   Rossland...   7:00 a.  m.  First class  sleepers on night  train  H. A.JACKSON,  General Pass*  nger  Agent.  II. 1MJROWN,  Agent,  Rossland, B.C:  117 j$L  ������:��  m  '������to  M ���  m Qfiasa
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THE PHOENIX PIONEER.
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Slaughter ssie of users Fornisiiings i g i sears' * gents s furnishings,
We have put our Large Stock of Men's Furnishings on the
market at less than Are sale prices.   Call and inspect.
§LAW-McQUAID   COMPANY.   Limited 1
2 *     ' w     OPPOSITE OL.D "IRONSIDES HO TEL. &
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For a Fine Fitting Suit of Clothes or a Spring-
Overcoat? niade up in the latest style and with the
best trimmings, call on
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McAULJFFE,   THE   TAILOR
4 ... Opposite the Post Office.
Who carries a large stock of Fine English, French and Scotch Tweeds and
Serges.   Only union help employed.
=DRY   GOODS,   BOOTS    AND   SHOES.:
LTHOUGH OUR   EIGHT-
£ay Sale is off we are still
offering our Boy's, Youths/
and Men's Clothing.   Bed Sheeting
way down.   Also have few nice patterns in Carpets.   Must close o jt.
Clothing way down for cash ZSZSZ
Youth's and Men's Clothing at a great b.ug.iin, we propose to give you the benefit.
Large stock ri Pants at a big discount We are headiiuarers on Shoes for Boys', Gn Is',
Youths,'Misses,'Men's, and Ladies in imported and domestic ma'*es, and will make
vou satisfactory puces.
OLD IRONSIDES AVENUE.
CHAS. SEARSr Manager.
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i Dr. Mathison, dentist, Greenwood,
both 'phones. ,
Alderman Roy returned   Monday
from a trip to Vernon and Nelson.
J. H. Btome, photographer, arrived
in town yosterday to stay a month.
Alex McDonald returned Monday
'.     from a trip to the Similkameen.
'   }. Berkman, of the Victoria house,
'left  on  Saturday  for a trip to East
',      Kootenay.
W. B. Cochrane has returned .from
' a three weeks visit to his old home at
,        Vernon.   ,        <  -  **  ^,  w   > <
F. L. Cock will  shortly .begin the
erection of a' residence adjoining that
T-     ofW.-R. Lee.'/-,- - <   'J >,' t~;- ^
.''   P. C. McAtthurj accompanied 4, by
C/W.'Riee took a  trip * to" Summit
, camp yesterday. $   ,ja . V »>       ,   ,
1 .'   e* R/Wolferstan Thomas,(with fMrs.
C • I Thomas, of Vanrouver,;jwer;V visitors
*»^"in'the city early in the weekK
^^^Mrs. W. M. Crane}left. on^Satur-
ilffl day for, Idahoy /bdng^called' by; the
-V serious illness of her father^";
, • < \. Tom,Floss, is wanted by the police
for drawing a gun oii;.the C.P.R, train
Joseph H. Carter, distnct passenger
agent of the C P. R., with headquarters at Nelson', visited Phoenix last
Thursday lor the first time.
Nelson's junior lacrosse team went
down in one, two, three order belore
the Grand Forks boys on Victoria
day.    The score was 8 to o. ,
Out of the general repair account
the government has allowed $400 for
the road from Phoenix to Greenwood
and Phoenix to Wellington camp.
The Greenwood Choral Society will
give a concert at the Auditorium neat
Wednesday evening. The society has
the best musical talent in that town. ,
W. R. Lee has secured the contract
to build a sidewalk from Brooklyn
avenue to the New York townsite on
the hill. It will be a great improvement.
Frank Nelson, who was hurt at the
Old Ironsides mine, and has been
spending a couple of weeks in the hospital at Greenwood, is around town
once more.    >   ,   >
Amos H., Rumberger, brother of
Mayor Rumberger, arrived in -'Phoenix on Wednesday's train from his old
home in"Houtzdale, Penn.,»to spend a
'month or'two, \r '    a ■"
It if expected that when  the Odd
Fellows lodge is, organized in Phoenix
it will start with 30 or more members.
I The necessary regalia is expected  to"
arrive daily.
* Solicitor H.~ G. ^S. Heisterman, of
Grand Forks, came up   I'hursda),  in
connection with the Graves-Wilhams-
Flumerfelt water proposition, now   before the city council. «
,, Next Monday evening  the  regular
monthly meeting of the Phoenix Board
of Trade will be held in  the school
house,at eight,o'dock.'i -A full attendance is requested.                ,
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.„„   ,     ^.    „             ,    1 .< • - -     *   l'ne Grand Forks Gazette says that
P^^^i";,'^W^R^ahoW^,ch' paries, right o/wavYgentlor the
^StfJ^rW "of England;^v«#;at;, the "school-'*,?- & E rail»ay, « now busy »ar-
fjfe-, :' ' ; .>useWMVednesdareveni..g,,June ra"g,n8 'or lh? "^ of W from ( as"
m^i.   S„\ -<-\'     ith^J^'^-' > 1,       <■ \ ' "     cade ^o Grand 1-orks.
Mite-i^. :<   *   ^ '^G^^trnM  has" been  chosen      ^ja«tory'to raising the  building
mayorofSandon,.,vice^'Hi'rH. -PittS £' Je "'" 0om,1'1,p" aven«egrade,the
- -      -       * f .   _     '!   KtlrrA /•«n/,'0»t-  Mull      hut      hou»      j>l»r>aH
,"'^ ;i.,. ' Y'i » ^ for drawing a gun,on',.the C.P.R, train
&V '\ iV- }%£ «« &^-npdajJ*'£\ -V    ,
" ',^-,;, ijX^;^:,* Stephen Tripft^of Greenwood, se-
*<*!. l^K-*-?',lv *J'\l ;; cured'the contract' to J'erect", the^ new
• '    \*J   *.r~ ^school building in Phnenir.'t '.    , .,
J1 '*.•*',
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; cured the contract'^ tp^'erect, the"
^school building in "PKoenix.'c,;
? ^ ;-J. Fleishrnana, bf Vancouver^|presi
y 'a-\ ^"   - <"/ t. ''f?^- ';-J- rJeishmann, of Vancouver^Spresi
5* a1 ?^t.('>";'.:; ^',deht of the Bt, C, JioteMCo^ Ltd.,
r*?-   >    *  * i."bi-'-.'Bt>.^«Nonw)rd has vet^teen?receivwl a«
CT-'
at Greenwood, three of which have
been washed away, as well as the old
Dewdney trail bridge at Boundary
Falls. The cribbing on the creek at
Greenwood has also been badly damaged. '
The officers of the recently organized Greenwood Clerks' Union, are as
follows: 1). A. McKenzie, president;
J. M; Driscoll, vice-president; E. M.
Dill,-secretary-treasurer; A. C. Rid-
out, guard. <- The other members were,
B. F. Petch, C. H. Fair, P. S. Weber,
and L. G. Whiibeck,
Hob Hogan, L. C. Barries and Alex
Glencross were held for trial by Magistrate Hallett at Greenwood '1 uesday.
They were charged with intending to
hold up Frank McGoogan on the
Greenwood-Phoenix wagon road. Constable D.trraugh worked on the case,
and secured a confession.    ,
Neil Stewart began the work this
week of raising the old Morrin &
Thompson block on Dominion avenue,
for the purjwse of placing it on the
rear end of the lot When this is
done a substantial two story structure
will be built on the front end, and
both buildings will he used by the
firm. 1
R.W. Uiainardrson of H.M. Brain-
erd, president of the Hamilton' Powder Co, and also of the Gold Drop
Mining Co., was one of the McGill
students t in town this week. Mr.
Brainerd spent two months with Manager S. A. Easton at the Gold Drop a
) ear-ragO. He says that Mr. Easton
is now in Virginia, looking at some
properties for the B. Chopper Co.
A: F. McMillan is asking for tenders for his new two -story block, to be
erected on"the corner of Knob Hill
avenue'and First street. 'Ihe plans
sliow one of the best blocks yet erected
in town,-with'three stores* on the lower
floor and eight offices above. H.' D.
f Curtis, bf Nelson, is the architect.
Mr. McMillan is expected to arrive' in
the 'city today ^ -f *   '    :< '
BUSINESS MENTION.
Dr. Simmons, dentist, Rendell
Block, Greenwood. V. cS: N. phone 96.
Good comfortable rooms at reasonable rates, at Norden hotel, Dominion
avenue. *
Mr.,Otis, piano tuner, will be in
Greenwood June 3rd. Leave orders
at Greenwood Music store.
To Kent. A large furnished bedroom in private house, suitable for
two gentlemen. Apply at office of
this paper.
For Sale.—One 8-rolumn Washing
ton Hand press, one Army press, and
a lot of hod) and job type, suitable
for weekly newspaper. Will be sold
at a bargain. Address, Pioneer Publishing Co., Phoenix, B. C.
fot
IS THR  CORRECT(PLACE
TO BUY YOUR
See Almstrom & Berg at the Nor
den hotel,, Dominion avenue. *
Stores and offices to rent in Morrison-Anderson block. Apply to McArthur &Monk. *
Nitrous oxide and oxygen for painless extraction of teeth at Dr. Mathi-
son's.    Both phones. *
Good comfortable rooms at reason
able rates, at Nordcn hotel, Dominion
avenue. *
Three new and slightly used upright pianos at a great bargain.
One walnut at $250.
One mahogany, latest artistic design at $325.
One modern style, oak case, fully
guaranteed at $275. Greenwood
Music Store. Greenwood, B. C.     *
..Special Offerings..
IN OLD IRONSIDES TOWNSITE LOTS
$250.00 up with Building Conditions.
$1850
$6500
Takes  Lot and building in Lower '.own.—Nets
$77.50 per month.    Easy terms.
For a good business corner.     Building on same
pajs 35 per cent on money. This is a winner.
Some choice coiners for sale on easy terms in  both upper and
lower towns.
Lots for sale on easy terms in "New York" townsite.
We transact a general Brokerage and Insurance Business.
1 tp
!*■"- whorls now interested in
<    , meen," -,s   >,      \ „    1
the*Similka-!
Butte conceit iialL has   been, closed
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_ The plastering of the Delahay block
^1 his been completed, and the building
i(."„'will probably be ready for occupancy
;,,, next, week. \\     *> .    .
't\ ^ ^   '      / -< \) c ;.
^ ^j, yTbis week the skating' rink," which"
1 *is on the Dominion Copper Co.'s rnew'
townsite, is being dismantled by Wrri.
Prever^,,^*   _   '<■'.,    , ^\'
3Tif
,' Frank,Bristow? of Rossland, district
i ft 'deputy grandjhiaster'A. F. and A. M.,
,,'t j >yras a visitor inrtownr Wednesday, on
'" his way to Greenwood.1     >l   ' *
-  ^l-Wm. Sparksji'whoieji'eyes were in-
^jured^at the^ glory hole'r some weeks
. J agoi is improving under trie care of an
'' "eyespedahst in Spokane. -
'' - The'Phoenix football club came out
ahead in, the game .with  the .Greerf-
^/wood boys on Victoria day at Midwav,
<* ' the score being 1 to b. <f "
v .    Those interested in the formation
^ 'of a lacrosse club' are  requested rto
meet at(the Old Ironsides-hotel next
„  Monday evening at 7:30.
We
Share  al! Profits with.
Our Customers.
™e People's Cash Stores
Morrison Anderson Block
Baldwin Block
Pills and
Patents
Play a
Prominent
Part in the
Precaution
from
Pains
Peculiar to
Phoenicians
P;McKQiZIE&CO.
DRUrjGISTb.
McARTHUR  & MONK
AGENTS.
OFFICK :
Gra\es-Willinma Block
O. Box u
V. & N. 'Hione, 5j
rt    <r ^ ft*u    fiviU \"v<i-f-    \ n
McRAE BROS. & SMITH
Leading Stationers
and- Newsdealers
% -^of PHOENIX
CWAItS. TOBACCOS. TTC.
IN GREAT VARIE IT.
GRAVES-
WILUAMS
BLOCK.
Wew York Central...
■ V-*N-'"'""" *-    Mrs. A. M. Holt Proprietor.
FURNISHED    ROOMS ^AND^ - PRIVATE    BOARD
•-♦ •••9 9*>99 0»^^»> Hil > • ♦ >
- j Other alterations and improvements to
the Jiiitte nill probably be made at the
same time ,.
'  Noble Biiins, of the firm" of Clark
& Binns. came over fiom  Trail  with;
his daughter last Saturday and spent!
a day.   .He reports a general improve
nlfent   in .business^ conditions in the
Smoky City.
' Jay P. Graves is expected" in/ town
some time ne\t week, when' the contract for the new brick block on Knob
Hill avenue will be let. Excavations
for the new building will be started
eaily in*the week.        *
W/F. O'Hara, who has chaige of
the survey of the international boundary -line lor the dominion -govern-^
ment,ieft Greenwood Wednesday with
a force of 12 men, and' utilized 20
pack horses for his supplies.
D. D. Ferguson, a well known Cascade business man, came in on Wednesday's train. He is sizing up the
right of way of the Cascade Water
Power and Light Co., which is calling
for tenders for the poles for the line
tot Phoenix.     \   • '
'* This week's rains have played havoc
with the bridges over boundary creek
Photo- 11 KN0B Hill Hotel,
graphs
R. H. TRUEMAN,
PHOTOGRAPHER,
Will 'visit Phoenix, B.C.,
June 1 st for about -
/TEN
DAYS
This is your chance to secure
really first class portrait of
|i yourself, as we really do -superior photography in all it> branches. 'Up-to-date mounts. ' Call
and see samples and be convinced
that Ave can please you.
Is now open to the Public
Eectric Lighted.   ,*  Electric Bells
Free sample rooms. Heated by hot air
W. V. KEMPT, Manager.
FIRST STREET-    Phoenix, B. C:
&
W. MELLOR
Painting >*
Papering «*
Decorating
«L2^SIGN WRITINGS
Paints, Oils, Glass,
Varnishes, etc., etc.
WALL PAPERS, SASH and DOORS
OUR  MOTTO—Best   Material,    Thorough
Work, Kntirc Satisfaction.
V &N Piicnp,86,
J. C GOUPBL,  Agent,  Pfa<*nix Street.
JOB PRINTING;   >
NEAT AND
ATTRACTIVE
AT THE PIONEER JOB OFFICE
:THE TOWN OF
PHOENIX
-THE PAY ROLL CITY OF	
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
^*        g      F©fl and Complete Line of Ho&se Fofnlshings* Art Mttsltos, and Cretonnes.        ^        ^
<^      *&      &   &   j»   j»   &  &  Inspection Cordially Invited   &&&&&&&      *&?      *&?
A    \t
4&Afo ia
Is shipping as much ore as all the rest  of the
province outside of Rossland.
<&
PHOKNIX has more men at work in
ion to her population than any town
Noithwest.
propor-
in  the
JUST ♦
opened up for \\
myself in the Cus- : •
torn .Tailoring line,
in' the Morrison- X
Anderson Build
ing, First Street, |
I would be pleased
to see my many
friends at the new
location.
Will in future,
as  in   the    past,
guarantee the best
of satisfaction.
Coat,  Pants and Vest
Makers Wanted
PHOENIX has shipped over 188,000 tons of
ore since August ist, 1900. Rossland only
shipped 220,000 tons in 1900, herjitth jear.
* We* can  let
R. HORRELL
"Bob the Tailor." J
Real Estate is sure to advance,
you in on the ground floor now.
Business and Residence Lots in al! parts of the
city.    Houses for rent,
We handle all the standard stocks.
For Particulars Regarding Investments, Address
RUMBERGER & TAYLOR
Phoenix,' B. 0.
1<
J,J«n • * i*
■*»t
r«
T'TOPT'V1, "*"1
-.-.VJ*.-

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