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 I   J  ' (iVE'R.... J  400 MEN j  \te    working   in   the \  fll    mines around I'hoenix. j  P  : 'ihe Paytoll of ;  j      PHOENIX        j.  I Is larger than that of j  j any other boundary ;  I   Camp. I  X���+>��*********���***+******������*���  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District.  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 2,  ioog.  No. 29.  onjes? on  f����d  The latest thing in Shirt Waists.  ���^s  Just in, a large line of Summer Dress Muslins, Etc.  &"***  A special cut this month in the price of  GROCERIES to PflMILlES.  <j>  Full and complete lines of  HON. SMITH CURTIS  Held  Last Phoenix  Meeting  Thursday Night.  OPPOSITION DID NOT MATERIALIZE  Chris Foley, of Rossland, Also Addressed The  Electors���Hall Crowded And Audience  Was Attentive.  .m  m  "SIR  vo  i'h  and'MINING SUPPLIES.  nm  Prompt Delivery.  Unequalled Prices.  ii-nonia a imh 1  Old Ironsides Ave., Phoenix., B. C.  if  MORRIN & THOflPSONf  Have a large and well assorted  stock of Groceries, Clothing,  Boots, Shoes, etc. It will be to  your interest to let them quote  prices.  ominion- Ave.,    Phoenix, B. C. 1  The last meeting of the campaign to  be held by the Hon. Smith Curtis, in  behalf of the government, in I'hoenix,  was held Thursday night at Miners'  Union hall, which, as usual, was crowded, there being also a number of ladies  present.  Chairman Delahay opened the meeting with a few remarks, and introduced  Christopher Foley, of Rossland, who  came in place of Mr. Devine, who  was unable to be present. Mr, Foley  spoke for nearly an hour, giving his  version of the origin of the eight-hour  law and other issues. He asserted that  Mr. Mackintosh, from his own statements made before becoming a candidate, was in favor of doing away with  the penalty clause of the act and thus  practically nullifying the effect of the  eight-hour law. On the other hand he  quoted Mr. Curtis as being earnestly in  favor of it long before he was called  to take a cabinet position and before  he had any thought of becoming a candidate for the legislative assembly.  He severely criticised Mr. Mackintosh  in a number of other matters, and  appealed to the workingmen to support  Mr. Curtis at the polls, if they wished  to vote for their own best interests.  Mr. Foley also took up Mayor Good-  eve, of Rossland, who has been speaking for Mr. Mackintosh, and handled  him without gloves. He stated that  Mr. Goodeve declined to sign the  petition to the legislative assembly to  keep the eight-hour act intact on the  statute books, and that he was also one  of the first business men in Rossland  to sign an agreement that, in case of a  general shut down, they should refuse  to give credit to miners in that town.  He complimented Mr. Goodeve for his  ability as a platform speaker, but scored him severely for the stand he had  taken with regard to workingmen and  their interests. He referred several  times to the stand taken by the "little  sheet"���meaning the Times���published in Greenwood.  Duncan Ross, of Greenwood had  been invited to be present but failed  to appear. The chairman then called  for any one in the audience who wished  to speak in opposition to come to the  platform, but there were no volunteers.  Speech of Mr. Curtis.  The chairman introduced the Hon.  Smith Curtis as the last speaker of the  evening, who talked something over an  hour, being greeted with great applause  when he arose.  Mr. Curtis began by referring to  some personalities that had been used  in this campaign, and disclaimed having started this except when criticising  acts of his opponent of a public character. He spoke of the Sunset mine  deal, in which he, Mr. Mackintosh,  R. A. Brown and the premier were  mixed up, and read a letter in regard  to it, which he said was signed by Mr.  Mackintosh.  The minister of mines also paid the  opjxisition press of this riding some  left handed compliment.^, mentioning  particularly the Rossland Miner, Grand  Forks Gazette, Greenwood Times and  Columbia Review, which papers he  claimed had been systematically misrepresenting his meetings. It having  been asserted that he was travelling on  a C.P.R. pass, Mr, Curtis said that  one had been offered him, but he had  declined it and was paying his fare  like any other man.  Mr. Curtis then went over the issues  of the campaign rapidly, taking up the  Oriental question, railway, smelter,  financial and other planks of the government platform. He referred to E.  V. Bodwell and told something about  that gentleman and his connection with  the Turnerites, from his standpoint.  He closed by paying a high tribute to  the dominion premier, Sir Wilfred  Laurier, the leader of the liberals. The  gathering closed with three cheers.  TRAIN LOAD OF ORE  Political Pointers.  Phoenix has been flooded with campaign literature this week.  On the revised and corrected voters'  list of Rossland riding there are. now  3919 names.  Mr. Curtis spoke in Greenwood  Wednesday night to a crowded house,  and in Gladstone last night  The Mackintosh committee have  opened headquarters over the post-  office, with A. G. Simpson.in   charge.  It is not expected that either of the  candidates will appear in I'hoenix  again this campaign, though this program is subject to change.  The l'ioneer is the only paper in the  riding that has given both sides a fair  hearing in its news columns. The  Pioneer is, first of all, a newspaper.  Mr. Mackintosh's supporters are  claiming every town in the riding.  The Curtis men are not doing so much  claiming, but are steadily sawing wood,  confident of the result.  The following are the officially  designated polling places in this riding:  Rossland, Trail, Greenwood, Grand  Forks. Midway, Cascade, Gladstone,  Columbia, Eholt and Phoenix.  Went Out on Phoenix Branch  Last Sunday.  WAS MADE IIP FROM THREE MINES  One Car From Tbe Winnipeg, One From Athelstan And Two From Oolden Crown, Sent  to Trail Smelter.  WALTER  RAYNOR KILLED.  Happened by Premature Blast Near Okanogan  Falls.  Last Monday W. T. Hilfand Walter  S. Raynor got caught in a premature  blast in a prospect they were working  near Okanagan Falls. Hill had a'leg  broken and his head crushed, but  hopes are had for his recovery. Raynor  was so badly hurt that he died shortly  alter; Dr. Wliite, of Camp McKinney  was promptly summoned.  Raynor Mas well known in Phoenix,  being vice-president ofthe Carpenters'  and Joiners' Union, having worked  here all winter. He was a young unmarried man of 30 or 35 years. He  lived and worked in Kuskonook in  Crow's Nest construction days, then  in Brooklyn, later in Cascade, where  he did contracting with Mr. Hill, and  lor several months has resided in  Phoenix. Father Pat looked after  the funeral of Mr. Raynor. He went  to Okanagan Falls about a month a  ago.  Clmeron Court I. 0. F.  Cimeron Court, Independent Order  Foresters,   meets first and third Wednesdays   of   each   month.     Visiting  brethren are cordially welcomed.  L.C.Ckawtord,    J.E.W. Thompson-,  Rec.Sec. C. R.  Last Sunday,the first train  ore from the  mines  around  was sent out, its destination  Trail smelter. It consisted of  one from the Athelstan, one  Winnipeg  and two from   th  Crown, the latter of which may 1'  considered   as   one   of   the   r<  shippers.  The Athelstan ore was hauled  wagons to the Golden Crown spur and  thence loaded into box cars, the only  kind provided thus far by the C. P. R.  The Winnipeg ore was taken from the  railway cut and this was also put on  the cars at the Golden Crown, as the  Winnipeg spur has not yet been put in.  The Golden Crown shipment of course  came from the ore bunkers of that  mine, which are kept full all the time.  Still Pumping Out Winnipeg.  The pumps are still going at the  Winnipeg to clear the workings of the  mine of the water which accumulated  during the recent suspension of operations, and it will probably require at  least another week to get it all out.  In the meantime Foreman Ox Icy has  put a force of men at work on the outside, where the railway cut a ledge of  rich ore. One car of this was shipped  this week, and at least six or seven  more cars are now piled up and ready  for sending to the smelter.  Hartford Has 17 Feet of Ore.  At the Hartford, on the 100 foot  level, the drift isnow in 75 feet. About  50 feet from the mouth of the drift a  crosscut was started, and has gone  through 1 7 feet of excellent ore.  It is said that the second -payment  on the $35,000 bond on the Hartford,  amounting to $12,500 will be due  June 15th, and the property is looking  so well under the development already  done, that it will doubtless be promptly  met. Wm. Farwell, of Sherbrooke,  Que., general manager of the Eastern  Townships Rank, is understood to be  largely interested in the Hartford  group.  In Boundary Mines.  The east drift of the War Eagle, at  the 100-foot level, is now in over 65  feet.  Two men who have been working  on the Oro Denoro of late, have quit  and the property is now closed down  tight.  The new machinery at the B. C.  mine is running; but the new cage did  not fit, and another was sent for to  Montreal.  W. J. Porter, manager of the Golden  Crown mine made a trip to the Trail  smelter this week, where he is having  the ore of that property treated for the  present.  R. H. Hutchins, superintendent of  the Mother Lode, in Deadwood camp,  with his three ncices, the Misses Mof-  fatt, spent last  Sunday, with   his  old  friend, J. H. Trevurrow, in  charge of  the Snowshoe.  Nick Tregear, the well known ex-  superintendent of the Le Roi mine,  when Col. I. N. Peyton was manager,  who has been looking at some Sumpter  Oregon, mines lately, visited the Winnipeg this week.  The new iron cage in the No. 2  shaft of the Old Ironsides was placed  in" position this week, and is now running satisfactorily. June 22d is the  date set for the shipment of the new  io-drill air compressor for the Knob  Hill.  The Quebec Copper company, recently organized by Andrew J-aidlaw,  of Spokane, has purchased E. C.  Brown's three-eighths interest in the  Marguerite claim in Deadwood camp.  The figure is unobtainable, but is said  to be around $4,000.  Last Sunday's carload shipment was  the first one sent to the smelter from  the Athelstan mine.    This ore was all  ken out in developing, no stoping  Jiaving yet  been   done.   Three shifts  e at work drifting either way   on the  d, from where it was cut between  the two 5o-foot shafts.  Nothing new has transpired in regard to the starting up of work on the  Dominion Copper Co.'s properties, the  Brooklyn, Stemwinder, etc., but word  is expected almost any day for the expected work to resume. When this is  done, every prominent property in  Phoenix camp will then be working in  full force.  SNOWSHOEALLRICHT  Managing Director McMillan  Visits The Property.  SPENT  LAST WINTER IN ENGLAND  He Wag Immensely Pleased At The Fine Ore  Bodies Shown Up Since He Was Here La&  Fall���New Boiler Coming.  BRITISH IN PRETORIA  Transvaal  War is Now Almost Over.  Johannesburg Also Captured by General Roberts' Army.  Last Wednesday the news came  that Lord Roberts, who has been pressing and crifflyg the Boers in the Transvaal, had sawered Johannesburg with  the victorious British army. The same  night the wires flashed around the  globe futher tidings that "Bobs" had  also taken Pretoria, the capital of the  Transvaal, and the seat of government  of President Kruger. The latter fled  with the lew who still adhered to his  cause. Lord Roberts was unopposed  on his entrance to the Boer capital,  city officials being appointed to receive  him.      ���  Watervaalboyen, where Kruger has  gone, is 130 miles east of Pretoria, on  the Delagoa Bay railroad. It is a  small place, in a mountainous country,  from whence a guerilla warfare is expected to be conducted.  Throughout Canada and the empire  there has been universal rejoicing over  the practical ending of the Boer war  by the capture of their chief town. In  the Boundary country Grand F'orks  and Greenwood, were particularly demonstrative; all business being suspended for the time being.  e��.  ��j  ON THE J6  Fourth of July Mineral Claim, ?|  Being part of the Old Ironsides Sub-division, Phoenix, are now  offered for   sale   by��^  the Granby Consolidated Mining & Smelting Company, Limited. %  00000 9a  These lots are the choicest residence sites JJ  Jt in Phoenix, being located on the north slope, j+  JJwith exposure to the south. The snow leaves;!  IJsix weeks earlier than on the south slope.      +J  Snowshoe Stockholder is Proud.  At the annual meeting of the British  Columbia (Rossland and Slocan) syndicate, Ltd., owners of the Snowshoe  mine, held in London on April 24th,  Mr. Geo. S. Waterlow, J. P. 1). I.., the  chairman of the syndicate (who is wel  known in Rossland,) referred to Canadian loyalty in connection with the  South African war, in the following  words: "I might perhaps here, for the  moment, dwell upon the grand loyalty  shown by our Canadian brethren, of  which the inhabitants of Rossland  were the foremost to volunteer to lay  down their interests and their lives, in  upholding the Imperial destinies of  their mother country in a land so far  off from them as South Africa, and  with tbis syndicate it presses closely  home, as our own lawyer, Mr. Hart-  McHarg, of the firm of Abbott & Mc-  Harg of Rossland, is now at the front  with the Canadian contingent, and has  written many interesting letters as to  the hardships that he has gone through  Anthony J. McMillan, managing  director of the Rossland and Slocan  (B. C) Syndicate, Ltd., owners of the  Snowshoe mine, spent several days at  the property this week, being his first  visit since last fall. Mr. . McMillan  went to England last December, and  while he was away, the balance of $37,-  800 on the $70,000 bond came due and  was promptly paid, April 1, 1900, as  will be remembered by readers of the'  Pioneer.  While Mr. McMillan has been absent in the old country, the development on the Snowshoe has been  steadily prosecuted under the efficient  stqjerintendence of James H. Trevor-  row without interruption, until at present the mine has had about 1400 feet  of all kinds of work done. Mr. McMillan was not a little pleased at the  evident improvement in the appearance  of the mine, where several new ore  bodies have been opened up.  The new tunnel started below the  railway spur is now in over 250 feet,  and for the last 80 feet the workmen  have been entirely in ore. On the  200-foot level the east and west crosscuts from the south drift have also  opened up large bodies of excellent  chalcopyrite. A drift is now being run  from the 100-foot level, and this will  be connected with the surface by a  raise and also connected with the 200-  foot level in the ore body, giving good  ventilation.  Large  Boiler Soon.  It has been decided by the management to increase the boiler capacity of  the Snowshoe from 40 to 70 horse  power. Specifications have been prepared and the several mining machinery makers are ' now figuring on the  new and larger boiler to be installed at  an early date. This will give all the  power needed to supply the compressor  and run the Cameron pumps and also  the hoist.  By the recent development the value  of the mine has been largely increased,  and it will be developed into a steady  shipper at as early a date as is possible. Tests are to be made of the ore,  to determine the best way of handling  it, and it is among the strong probabilities that the mine will be supplied with  its own reduction works. The syndicate owning the Snowshoe is wealthy,  and its members are prepared to spend  all the money necessary to make it one  of the greatest mines in the Boundary.  No stock is for sale, and the mine is to  be systematically developed. George  S. Waterlow, of London, Eng., one of  the heavy owners, will visit Phoenix  some time this summer; at that time a  decision as to treatmnnt will be arrived  at. In the meantime Mr. Trevorrow  has instructions to put on all the men  he can use to advantage.  Gold Drop Will Ship.  Manager Easton, of the Gold Drop  mine, is making arrangements to ship  two cars of ore to the Trail smelter.  It will probably be sent out in a few-  days.  Just at present a good deal of dead  work is being done on the Gold Drop  in the shape of raises and air shafts.  No. 3 tunnel has now been driven  over 600 feet and is the longest on  the property.  Old Maids' Convention.  Thursday, June 14th, has been selected as the date ot the concert and  farce, the latter entitled, " '.'he Old  Maid' Convention," which will be given  by the Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian  with the other Imperial uirrtR' on ���tin j .|'ulrc|,.    A number of prominent peo  Regular Terms, 1-3 cash, 1-3 3 months, 1-3 6 months.  Building Terms, 1-4 cash, 1-4 3 months, 1-4 6 mos., 1-4 9 months.  unks of the Modder river and else  where." The speaker's words met witl  the warm appreciation of the meeting.  For Rent.  4-room rnttage, furnished, on Brooklyn avc., Rumberger townsite. Apply  to L. C. Ckawkokh.  e will take part in the concert, to say  lothing of the 20 ladies and one lone,  .'earful man in the k.rce, which is said  io be exceedingly comical. The ladies-  are holding regular rehearsals, and  promise to give an interesting entertainment. The tickets are on sale, at  , 50 cents each.  To The Electors of  Rossland  Kootenay.  Riding   of West  Genti.kmkn:���I solicit your  proaching provincial elections.  support as a candh'a'v  My platform is that o.  at  the   ap-  the present  Selling Agent  \ve. and 1st Street, Old Ironsides Townsite.  Boundary Creek Telephone 521;   Columbia  government,   and I pledge   myself to   suppurt   the   principles   and  measures therein announced.  A joint meeting ofthe Unions affiliated   with the  bor council of Rossland, the  Miners'   Union   "i    !'  affiliated Unions of  Greenwood,   having d...; ' n.r*  dorse my candidature, 1 consider myself as ;i,v ������ :  as a government one, and whether  the   governnu ;  not, 1 shall,  designed to  the House emanating, and 1 shall also strenuously  Trades and I.a-  oenix and the  ic honor to en-  Libor candidate  be sustained or  if elected, be always found heartily supporting measures  benefit nnd elevate labor, no matter from which side   of  oppose   any   at  tempt to repeal  or emasculate the eight-hour  1 am yours faithfully,  law.  Smith Ci;ktis.  ft  si  '$%-  1  ,1  1  m  ���vr.r,"!ir"  :^KM?raili^^ * ir A ,, ^.*/(s*  ���    i  g\ f  '���A  .V  Ml,  ,fl  n  RT A  S  J*^  if  [$41  ivffH  if  !     !  vt',  U ^     ft(UL  JL~ b JW  -^5   u  1Ur    4  Ui.WjufNmaJa^lIa^HU^  ���l  T'T.,  ;-t-i  riONKKRITHLKSHrXfJCO.  at 1'iiotNir:  .':i\..i!   - -:���: i  -. . i:;  .,'-..;;._  l j :i-^-> v- 11K IJ  t.o net  ioi'<��  v. ^.,.  Ill    pi lilt,  Inn   which  when spoken  aie  never  brgotten   by  hearers.  W. B. WILLCOX. Men.  'C.lmuliiu :iml .tIMliiiliiry Crirck   Ti-li'liliulir  . sviiecKin 1��'NS.  lvr Yc-nr   six Months   To I-'otti^n Counlric*   ...ii.oo  Advertising niU-s furiiislu'il on application.  xy.:\i m-tk-cs to ami 5 cents per line.  1 o��Jr weekly insertion-, constitute win.'   muutli'*  nilverlising.  The Pioneer hastens to make a correction. The Vancouver News-Advertiser does credit news taken from provincial papcis sumeiinies. Its issue ot  May 2^\\i contained several items taken  from the columns of the Pioneer, and  one of these was actually credited.  But the.') that was the Queen's birthday.  If  this   keeps   up,   the   contemplated  'It: V.-<\.;'.:i;c.- .lei'.  i:\oiiwaiu a neat ii.iu.iiy iicv-.'-  paper outfit, that will be Miilahle lor a  country weekly, six column, for patent,  or all home print, we ran lit you out  in good slr.ipe. This is a snap lor the  right man who has a little dough.  Apply to tbe  PllOKNJX   PlONKKK,  Phoenix, B. C,  SSI  -LTUiilUict  i'\ r  hs and Barber Shop.  Baths 50c, 3 foff $*.00  U.N'UKK  Coi.U.MIIM   I lot IT.,  r-  THE BIST WEKK'IX TOW.V JS MADi: I1Y THE  ;900  JUNE  1900  Sun     Mon   Tucs   Wed     Tim      Pri      Sat  I  p  7>  4  ���5.  6  7  s  9  10  i*  ,j2  ?3  M  .15  16  17  ���18  J9  20  21  22  23  24  25  26  27  2S  29  3��  ELECTION PROBABILITIES.  sending of stereos of Pioneer matter to  the News-Advertiser will be unneccs-  saiy.  election   campaign   brings   out  decidedly   queer    things,    and  ��� As election  day  draws  nearer  the  interest of the  average   voter   in   the  result of the contest  increases   in proportion. While at the start'the attempt  was made to conduct the election  on  dominion party''lines,   there'hn'S been  so much bolting of the different tickets  by dissatisfied   politicians  that  it has  degenerateqVinto anKramble for place.  Conservatives will vote for liberals, and  liberals  for 'conservatives,   while  the  provincial   party" people   will   secure  some-support'because the rest are in a  bitter fight-internally. -,-  ���  To an unbiassed observer  there  is  apparently   but   little' chance  of the  ���present  government'being successful.  The premier is ico  unpopular to win.  On the'other hand, .there is also  no  probability of the provincial party or the  conservatives having a majority of the  38 seats in t>|e next legislative  assembly.    The consequence   undoubtedly  will   be  that a'combination   will.be  lo'rmed by the successful candidates to  carry  ori. the ' government.    In   this  connection, it will be remembered that  it has been freely predicted that should  Mr. Martin be unsuccessful, the province would, not long after be provided  ���with a hew...-.lieutenant-governor.  In Rossland riding the --Mackintosh  supporters ^ assert confidence in the  governor'^ election Saturday. At first  the Hon."Smith Curtis' had t'lVe field to  himself and secured.a favorable���'. hearing; but when Mr/ Mackintosh returned fr'opi the-east,.took- off his coat and  Sraded in,'his; supporter's at'oijce began  to.claim everything .in sight and several  things not yet visible. This week Mr.  Curtis is making another tour of the  Boundary, and expects that', the sentiment will be even more ihi'li'is favor  than, before.'' Only when the ballots,  are counted next Saturday night will  it be known which gentleman will, represent this constituency at Victoria  during the next session. '  An  some-  nothing is more so than the attitude of  some'journals towards the different  candidates. The stand for or against  a.certain candidate is taken from  different motives. One moulder of  public opinion is actuated by one idea  in giving vent to his views, and  another who lakes the same side, by  an entirely different motive.  I.I, persons, old and younn, should have  Uleir lotth examined once every six nionths  by a competent dentist. Uecay will be  Jiresenl, and tartar foi'lniiip, win'!-!1 l".th  mi; but a through txjuilinatiau v.iil n-., :'..  rii-l.-ssionnt. service rellikreii in till!:- in-.;!:-.  ilinll-elass work, less pain aud y;l< at ecoiunu^ .  A tooth tilled u-|r-:i decay is iu si^ht will n-a be  sensitive, the operation not loilf;, and the tilling  lasliui,', because the o]K-iati(.u has more aim  better structure to work till. He is enabled to  make the watts ofthe cavitv t hie-er and.'���.trouper,  and with slight onue,cr al' exposing the nerve,  the dl cud unci iV-ar ol'all when bovine, teeth filled.  Have your teeth attended to in time. Do not  procrastinate, (live- the de-ntist c,ood tooth-  structure to work upon, mid he will render you  excijlcut service. Many persons put oil" their  visils lo the dentiil wh'.-n sensitive teeth have  f;ivcii frequent N-ari:ine,. With mind excited,  hotly iu hi^Ii nervous u-usion,andwilhexcruciat-  iu>; pain and su.Tjrinp written tin every f.'uture,  they come for relief. How can the demist be expected to perforin the best operation when the  patient is iu the worst possible condition to receive it ? If your friend is .nick do not wait until  he is almost dead before you do some thine, fir hi in  or send for the doctoi. The doctor niaysave him  by coniitiK ut the Inst moment, and should the  patient recover he is liable lo have had health  the remainder of his life on account of not havinp  received proper attention tit the riijht lime.  . Likewise, a tooth that is ncclected nmy be filled  I aiul saveu at the last moment, but will probably  have bail heMth tin; rest of its lif.r. One person  in a hundred has e,ocx! teeth, ninety nine persons  i:i a hundred could have good teeth with proper  attention.  R. L. MILES, Prop.  T  DOMINION AVE., PHOENIX, B..-G  e Pioneer  Finest Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars always in Stock  Comfortable and well Furnished Rooms.  THE:ELKHORN BREWERY !  ASK FOR  P08TMANN.  BROS. & CO.  Proprietors.  The Elkhorn Lager contains only pure Malt and Hops,  kept oh draught or in bottles by all the leading hotels.  11mm  Patronize Home Industry, '  Try it!   It is  For instance, although Editor Koss,  of the Greenwood Times, las alw lys  been counted among the staunch  liberals, he is unalterably opposed to  the government party, largely because  of the intense personality of the  premier. As a consequence, so far  docs he carry it, (hat his editorial  columns, usually bright and breezy,  become excedingly tiresome.  First-Class Dining'Itoorii and Attentive Waiters.  T&je Phoenix Livery Barn and  HARRY NASH, Prop.  "EDITOSIAL  COMMENTS.  "Kane is 'Keen on. Green,"-.'is the  way a Slocan exchange .refers to the  three candidates running'in that riding. -'..���.-' ������  It is queer how suddenly a newspaper will Hop sometimes in the middle  of a campaign, and it is not to be  wondered at that voters take the opinions of such journals cum grano salis  after such an entire change of heart.  Two notable cases of this kind have  occured in this riding in this campaign,  viz., the Rossland Miner and the  Grand Forks Gazette, both of which,  about the time Mr. Mackintosh returned from the east, executed a most  artistic, journalistic, political somersault, landing right side up on the  governor's side of the fence. It is  needless to add that, after such a  change without reasonable explanation,  tlie views of the respective editors are  discounted' in advanced '    .  DR. R. MATHISON,  -     "     DKNT1ST  Naden-Flood B|k.   Grkenwood, B.C.  SCOTT & McLARENf,  contkactors and builders.  Estimates Fuknishkd,  PHOENIX, B. C.  II. S. CAVf.EV. VV.1I. COCHRANE  CAYLEY & COCHRANE,  Solicitors, Etc.  PHOENIX, B. C  Carpets and Linoleums ^ ;       j  We have a fine line iu all qualities and st}'les.!  S** It will pay you to  examine  and' get  prices.���  In Furnit��re=- ;  We are constantly receiving the  latest,  from"  the finest to the cheapest. ���  -CLARK & BINNS,      \  Furniture, Carpets and Undertaking,    3  OLD IRONSIDES AVE. - -' PHOENIX, B.   C.!_  e^ Feed Stables S  ���������... 11,. - .. M.-.,.,1.. 1... ������������,.. 1   -1.. e  HEDGES & CO., Propkietors.  j* Goad Saddle,   Pack and Driving Horses.    Heavy Drayinj. jt  Charges Reasonable.  '      STANDARD AVE. PHOENIX, 15. C.  j P. Burns & Co.  I'HOENIX  MARKET.  ALDHAH & BLUNT,  Mine Surveyors,  and Draughtsmen.  Phoenix, B. C.  , The ��� principles' advocated by' the  government party and those enunciated  by the provincial party bear a great  similarity, and it is a most reasonable  prognostication to make to assert that,  while the government party as such  will likely fail in securing a majority,  nevertheless the men elected on the  piovincial party ticket can combine  with them without sacrificing the platform on which they were sent-toVictoria.  Of course, such a combination would  mean the retirement of the Hon. Joe  Martin.  D. J. MATHESON,  PHOENIX LAUNDRY.      <*���*  1  LAWRENCE & WATSON, Props.  Best of work guaranteed.     Specialty of White Shirts.  Basement Miller Blk., Dominion Av.  GOOD CALLED FOR  AND DELIVERED.  OOO  INSURANCE AGENT,  FIRE, LIKE, ACCIDENT.  Commissioner lor tukiiifr Affidavits.  Phoenix, B.  R. B. KERR,  WHAT TriS EDITORS  SAY.  One more week and the uncertainties  of election time:, will be over. The  country will doubtless be saved in any  ' event, thoughj the chances of another  ���coalition .rgovernment grow brighter!  day by cay.': -   ���..-.���'.-.  The political stuff in the News-Advertiser is all Cotton and a yard wide.  ���\V6rld.  That Mr. Martin is a man of strong  personality may be freely conceded.  If he only combined .with it better  judgment and a fuller appreciation of  the 'principles of our government, he  would be a useful-man.���Colonist.  Barrister and Solicitor,  notary public.  PHOENIX, B. C.  A. E. ASIiCROFT,  MINING AND CIVII. ENGINEER  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR.  Il.AUER & ASHCROri',  VANCOUVER,  II. C.  Of the Camp.  We handle all Kinds of Beef, Pork, Mutton and Veal.  Also Fish, Poultry and Oysters in season.  HEAD Ot'FICK FOR IIOUNDAKY CKKEK, OKKK.NWOOI), ��. C.  HKADQUAKI'EUS, NELSON, II. C.  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  .'..'Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,  Silverton, New Denver, Ymir, Salmo; Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Niagara and Phoenix.  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  All orders receive prompt attention.  ���������������'����������� ������������������������������������������ ���������������<>���������������������������������������������  ������������������������  J-  Dominion Avenue  Phoenix, B. C.  Shoes, made in  any style;     Rubbers and Shoes repaired.  All kinds of Leather .Findings for sale.        Harness Repaired!  B. C. HOTEL ro^ Ltd., Props  J. BERKMAN, Manager.  Your Trade Solicited.  Old Imtisides Ave.  Our Prices Are Right.  PHOENIX, B.C.  ���o   GREENWOOD, B. C  J. B. BOYLE,  ���jail*  ^r;j-:cK:^sr^��xaa5.*ii..;:';..;rrr.'^E2G  _ Druggist and Stationer  The largest and best stock  of Drugs and Stationer}'Jin  Phoenix.  Prescriptions a Specialty.  Phoenix Feed and  Prdduoii-'Co.  Are now receiving large shipments  of fresh vegetables and fruit, three  times a week, from Okanagan  ranches, and are prepared , to .'-'.supply the Hotels and Mines at, lowest market prices.  N. B.  ~We (\o not handle nny .goods grown or pat tip hy Chinese labor.  First Class in every respect. Electric Bells;  Electric Lighted. Finest Liquors and Cigars.  Large and Commodious Sample Rooms. , . . .  Old Ironsides Avenue,  PHOENIX, B. C.  SUNN & McCAGUE,  PROPRIETORS.  City Bakery  -*_ Bread, Cakes, Pies, Etc., Fresh Daily.  IRONSIDES ADDITION, PHOENIX, B. C. Free Delivery.  The British Cotata We* lip (ompaiy. limited  R. GREIGER, Manager.  AGENTS PORp^^     &&&r  Complete line of IlnrSupplIcB.  .   ;.GREEN\VOOD, B.C....  Last Saturday was nomination day,  but no-straight labor candidate, was  jKit in the field in this riding,' as had  been.predicted in some quarters. The  contest is simply between Messrs. Curtis and Mackintosh..  Sir Wilfrid I.amier, in alluding to  Sir Charles Tupper's forty-five years  of public life, wittily expressed-the  hope that the veteran conservative  iriijjht long remain the leader of iler  Majesty's opposition. .     ;  ; Life imprisonment was . meted out  to the dynamiters who attempted to  destroy the locks to the great Welland  canal. The punishment is well meiit-  ed. Untold damage would Jiave resulted had the men succeeded in .their  nefarious intentions.   -  The press heralded far and wide  last week that the premier had been  assailed with ancient eggs at Sooke, o  ���Vancouver island.' A gentleman who  accompanied. Mr.'Martin oii'that trip  flatly denies the statement. A campaign without stories .of this kind floating around would be a very tame affair  indeed. ���'���������.  Premier Martin, by some hook or  crool:, apjiears'to. have but few of the  journals of the province supporting him  in this campaign. This is doubtless  du*'in large measure to his unequalled  Mr. James Dunsnmir, who is seeking election for South Nanaimo, has,  it is stated, gone so far as to .promise  to replace his Chinese underground  colliery workers by white men, so soon  as he can get a siif��cient number of  the latter. This declaration, coming  from such'a source,' certainly seems.a  morc'hopeful sign of the times, regarded fi;om the western worker's standpoint.���News-Advertiser.  Japs Employed Oo C. P. R.  The man who   in "Monday   night's  meeting, said   the .C.   P.  R.  did not  employ Japs,  either.-deliberately   misstated the facts or knew nothing about  it.    There are to-day more   than   two  thousand Japs employed on theC.   P.  R.' between    Vancouver and l.aggan.  They   are employed on extra   gangs,  fence gangs, steam   shovel   outfits,  in  rock work, -and even in  bridge  crews.  Contractors furnish the men,   and   re-i xr  ceive    one  dollar per, day for each I ^  man employed.    The contractors   pay j %  the men   seventy-five  cents   per   dav, j %  aud they are crowded like beasts   into j 4  filthy boarding cars, frequently as many  as fifty living  in   one  car.    Recentlv  the health authorities in one citv compelled the company to move  the  cars  outside the corporation, as   thev  considered a menace to public health.���  Rossland Industrial World.  Ave.    Phoenix, B; G.  This hotel is centrail}' located, newly built and  newly furnished throughout. Everything is first  class.    Bar stocked with the finest.        :        :        :  Phoenix Stage Line.  Makes Two Round Trips Daily Between Phosnix  and Greenwood.  Leaves Phoenix at 8.0aa. m. and 1,36 p. in."   Phoenix Time.  Leaves  Greenwood at 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.   Greenwood Time.  MAmm<& MURPHY, Props.  EDWARD SIMPSON, Prop.  Fine Wines, Liquors,  J.  HARPER, Proprietor.  O ���  Bottlers of all kinds of Carbonated waters.-  Sole agents for Halcyon water.  Boundary agents for Nelson Brewery.  All orders promptly attended to.  �� : '-       ''       ' V:-  Standard Avenue, near Banner Street,        -       -      . PHOENIX,  The Wni. Hamilton Manufacturing Company,  Limited.  Peterborough, Ont,  eeo*cos��99  ��0������O����������  B. C.  were 1 <$���  Church Services.  Pkksi'.vtdriax.���Divine .service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 8:00 o'clock.  Ironsides .^ time, :.in  -the   s;::hoolhouse.  Everbody- co^diail.vjnyitirj.  Methodist/^Prea^'hing service will  be held eyery:-ThWi'Suay evening, at  7:30 o'clock,' at:-trh'(i-se!i't)61hoii;,e.    Ser-  ^ '������  and Cigars.  C. W. Thompson & Co.  raoi'iiii-cTons.  Meals.at All Hours..  The Best the Market  . . .; . Affords. ...-..���  ^-DoniJnaon... Av  CTtlSSj,  |!  1  f",  ���v 1  9A  r*v^^��^����!��wis��sis��^^  (Opposite Miners' Union Hall)  Corner Dominion Avenue and Banner   Street,' Phoenix, B. C.  This Hotel is   Hard .Finished  Conveniently Arranged.  Ber  Furnished with the Finest of Goods.  SMOKE  mm by -Rev: B. H. Balderston.  dial invitation 1,0 all..  Ccr-  ���i-i^-i'^i^i-  Piro.Exix, B. C.  "Graham & Prendergast, Props.  ��'fl;t*,��,*-4  yN10N|[|MApE| by  KOOTENAY CIGAR MFG. CO., of Nelson, B. C.  BB&. Sec that the BU'E Label is 011 each llox. -��a  9   V,*)1  !"��t  nn~r-rr....i ��� 1;., m...I.,.,..1  1 ?r  Y��  "JY  ^MS^mwmmmmm^immmims^m9M THE   PHOENIX PIONEER.  hlM.+.f+.f-f*+*+-M--f++++-f-M����~M-  Drugs  Perfumes  Toilet SoAps  Druggist Sundries.  o   o  We carry a full stock in  every line.  o   o  #NIGHT BELLC  A. P. McKenzie 8 Co.  Druggists.  Opposite The Imperial Hotel.  Dominion Ave.   PHOENIX, B. C.   |  ���session, only delay will ensue while  politicians play with the question.. I  am convinced'that the provincial legislature and the parliament of Canada  should petition the Imperial authorities  to amend the British North America  act, giving the province the right to  legislate upon questions affecting its  own autonomy. This Japanese movement is purely a domestic question and  comes well ��� within the scope of Provincial rights. I remain, gentlemen,  Your obedient servant,  C. H, Mackintosh.'  Rossland, May 16, 1900.  CANDIDATE'S PLATFORM.  ,.���...��*����������������������������*���*������*������������*������  JUL AND OTHERWISE  ���������������*���*���������������  ****��*����*  'J. E. VV. "'Thompson'' visited Grcen-  iod Tuesday,  It is thought the Nelson snicker will  rt up again about J tine 15.  The Ottawa  government  will build  0 new fish, hatcheries in British Co-  mbia,; ,:' ���,,,��������� y -.- '-,.   ���; ,-.-���������  A number of men have' been laid off  the work  of the  Cascade Water,  :mer and Light Co.  JJiliy Crawford and H. M. McQuar-  started Wednesday for  a prospect-  trip of several weeks up the North  rk of.Kettle river.  ;Rev. G. A. Sutherland preached for  first time in Phoenix last  Sunday,  made a favorable impression. The  ning service was crowded. ,  :  iV. H.   Dornian,   inspector   of the  [toria postal division, was  in  town  day  and Monday,  in   conference  Postmaster Matheson.    He  has  'idea when the mails will   begin .to  li J'hocnix over the  new  railway.  rank Mcndenhail, the agent of the  nd. Drill Co. at   Rossland, was  a  tor;in town Tuesday, accompanied  \i. !���". Williams, of the j.enokes. Mane Co., in connection with the new  drill  compressor to.be installed  at  Knob Hill mine.  legiirmingS ^Monday- the - Spokane  Us and Northern railway will run A  lit train between Rossland and Spo-  e, which will make close coiinec-  ^jns with the'trains to and from the  l&undary. ' The extra train wilMeave  Rowland for Spokane, about.it,p. m.  trid^arrive at Rossland  about 7.30 or'  ra'iygi. J. Cramer, the!tonsorial artist  liiuiLUeen steadily making improve-  ueti^in his establishment. He has  ibstwased ground on Dominion a've-  Stiei'adjoiiiing the Mint, and. is now  (Reeling a building to"be used cxclu-  %' by himself. When completed  ill have  one of the  finest  fitted  blishments in the entire Boundary.  bout five months ago M. Andre  et le.lt.; France for British. Colum-  j^|as a', representative of a Belgian  |l$rjicate, said toshave-very; important  lofijjier properties^' thjs province.  itlgRaniet had in. liis:jx)ssessioh a large  iujin of money. siHe has not been heard  Sfsince he set out for the west. Any  Hfe wh'6 has any. information regarding  "gentleman will confer a great favor  icommunicating  with   the  French  ml at Vancouver.   .'������-.-,..  Questions for Consideration.  electors of Rossland Riding': ^  U Rossland tecently I endeavored  ankly state my, views upon various  tions; affecting' the miners and  Ikirigmen generally, and quoted the  %ch of the president of the Trades  ll^bor-unions of the dominion,  j^Ralph Smith, in New Westminster,  )f|>rovc that I was strictly correct when  SjiSdemning the two-faced policy of  ftp��5rs. Martin and Curtis.  Ralph Smith said: "I consider if Mr. Joseph"  artilt liad been prepared to carry out tlie broncl  fnciples he snld he was, he never should lmve  [|d himseirnlth the Turner party todefcat the  ilribution hill. The next point is the relief  was sought to he given to the conl miners of  :ouver Island. What did Sir. Martin do ? He  lined with the corporation of the Ounsinuirs  :feat a measure lo relieve the condition of  ;s for the coal miners."  lectors: Mr. Martin not only voted  list theSemlin government in order  [ain power, but by so doing, prevent-  ii redistribution   of seats,   thereby  iriving  this  great   district of one  iiber���the proposed bill giving Ross-  anuY-lYaiLone-..member  and   the  indarj'icotiiitry another���two large  iing cehtresSvhose interests  would  e been doiibty.protected.       - '  low is the question of Asiatic labor  e effectively, dealt with ?   We must  il not only with   Chinese and Japa-  jle who are still in China nnd Japan,  j|also with theChineseand Japanese  pb are now in British Columbia coming against white industry.  Ihi'st���By    introducing    the   Coal  fries regulation bill which will empty  I coal mines of Oriental labor.  -jSecond���-By enacting a measure  to  |ke it compulsory ti])on all contractors  I government work   and work  sub-  |tzed by the government to adopt the  fhdard wage for labor.,  ^lectors: Constant ��� a'gitation    with  ��rence to  Japanese   restriction can-  I but retard the progress  and   pros  fity  of British  Columbia.    If dis-  owed acts are re-enacted session after  To the Electors, Rossland Riding, West Kootenay. '  Mlcctors: I am a candidate for the provincial  legislature at the approaching elections, and i  favor the following policy: , .  1. An administration composed of those u-ltose  practical experience -will'- enable them to deal  promptly aud efficiently with all details connected with thedepartmeuts over which they preside.  2. Sanctioning no large expenditures other  thau really necessary, until the ability ��,r the  province to hear such Is clearly ascertained.  This should not apply to bridges, trails and roads  in newly discovered mining camps.  3. Preparation of fiill,authentic and siibsslan-  tl.-.l financial statements ofthe province, together  with land and lorest areas ami their probable  vnhies.  A.,. Convinced of the wisdom of assisting, railroad coiistriielioii as proved by the experience of  other provinces, 1 would favor a system of bonuses, surrounded by reasonable checks and nafe-  guards. Without feeders to the main lines, the  settlement in the interior must naturally be retarded, the coast cities being deprived of mnny  supply advantages, acciuing from coIonliaUoii,  Immigration and internal improvements. At  the preaent juncture no thinking man would  commit himself to lusnap decision iu connection  with the subject of government ownership of  railways. 11 is plausible, but I would be unwilling to bind the province to such a gigantic proposition involving many complex issues, until  convinced that the resources of riritlsh 'Columbia  justify such an experiment.  5. The erection and maintenance of a leclini.  cal school of mines.  ii. Amendments to the miuiui; law, perfecting  the existing system of mine inspection, thus  making it effective, and of greater public advantage. Hurthcrmore, legislation bearing ii|ioii  placer claims, claim jumping and assessment  w;ork; relieving as much as possible the prospector from protracted litigation and consequent  legal complications.  . 7. Preparation of carefully compiled mnps,  showing trail, water and railway routes travcrs-  ing mining districts, together with such official  Information as would assist those engaged iu  exploratory work, '  S. Formulating o policy which would assure to  llritish Columbia a foremost place in Oreat llrit-  ain, thus securing the province prominence commensurate with its resource:!.  9. Destroying as far as possible all germs 'of  discontent and consequent bitterness, by dealing  with public works irrespective of locality or  political affiliation.  .10. Development of; farming, dairying, stock  raising and fruit growing resources by increased  encouragement to agricultural societies, when by  such assistance it may be. demonstrated that  reasonable benefits wiil accrue to the province'.  ' 11. Increasing the usefulness of a bureau of  labor.nnd mining statistics by the appointment  of a competent official, whose sen-ices could' be  utilized in harmonizing conflicting interest! and  arbitrating upon issues threatening 'to disturb  the iieace and progress of any'community.   .-  n. Ministers of the Crowii and their officials  being stewards acting for the public, I would insist upon due expedition in the issue of crown  patents, and prompt departmental settlement of  disputed claims, thetaxes paid by unincorporated  settlements to be devoted, as far as possible, towards assisting the taxpayiug district.  13. Careful consideration ofthe rearrangement  of various constituencies, removing if possible  the question from the political areun,..by such  legislation as under the circumstances, may be  deemed advisable; due care lieing taken to secure  to'outlying districts, as well as rapidly increasing towns,just -representation.  14. To deal with vurioui labor, questions on  rationnl lines, favoring no hasty legislation, but  consulting oil interests likely to be' affected.  The result of recent mediation, particulraly Iu  Rossland, is an object lesson, conclusively proving  that all parties arc-willing to settle vtx.-d questions upon abroad and therefore practical basis.  ;r- JS:. ltl tlie.prcsent.cainpaijju I sec no nccessity  for alliance with;-nor .hostility toward," federal  authority, nor am I willing to commit myself or  those who support me to an unreserve.! pledge iu  favor of measures 'propounded by the present  leader of the government or others who have  announced themselves ns leaders. Some of the.  measuresadvocatedniust commend themselves  to the electors; but I pcrfer reserving to myself the  right to judge the men behind the measures, for  these will tie called upon to crystallize them into  legislation and Kivedepaitmeutal Hf-vt to 1vl1.1t |  they pu.fes< to believe in.  16.   Instilling   into the   minds   <f  llie  generation Instincts of foully lo the province and j  loyalty to the llritish empire, :u:il to eounut-mor-j  ate the deeds of those who have surrendered their j  lives iu defense cf that empire, a�� "ill us those  who nre now fighting its battles.    With  thii intent, 1 would udvocnte sueli legislation :is would  make statutory provisions for the Houling of the  llritish flag,during the hours ol'tuition, over all  schools throughout the province.  I remain your obedient servant,  C. II. .MACKINTOSH.  Kossland, April io, 1903.  .if?  MAX  01  New Mop of Similkameen.  Frank Itailey, an old timer in the  Boundary, was in town this week from  the Similkameen. . Mr. Uailey has  spent nearly all winter in preparing a  map of that section,-which is claimed  to be accurate and up to date, lie is  now having it lithographed -in.colors,  and in two or three weeks it will "be on  the market with all newsdealers and  booksellers. Such a - map should  prove of great use to the large number  of persons now interested in the Similkameen. The map will show some  Soo mining claims.  Subscribe for the Pioneer.  0-��-#-0-��-��-0-0-B> 0  O-O-�� -  JOE HEDGES  City Scavenger.  '    All orders promptly attended to.  Telephone 520 or V. O. Box 50.  Office, Standard Ave,  PHOENIX, 3. C.  |���0���O-0- O- Q--G��� ��  ���4-f4-f-f-f-f-f-f-H-f +++++++���*���+��������*������*+  iira  J. F. WALKER & CO.  Every   thing in stock  should be found in an U  that  !>-tO-  datc   News   and  establishment.  Stationery  I  t  . .,'" Daily Papers,  Magazines,  Books,  Stationery,  Pipes,  Tobaccos and  Cigars.  DOMINION AVENUE  Phoenix, B. C.  Agts.' for Spokesman-Review  t  t  +  X  t  X  ���  ���f  +  ���f  +  ������+���������������� ����������������� ��++++++���+++���  II. D. PM  Phoenix Shoz Shop.  All-Work Guaranteed.    Imported Goods.  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES .MADE TO  ORDER.  PRACTICAL    MINERS'   AND   PROSPECTORS'' SHOES   A  SPECIALTY.  1    Corner Phoenix St. and Brooklyn Ave.  ) .   ...  o-o-a  S-Q-��-��  Greenwood  Music Store  ��oo  Pianos, Organs,   Sheet Music,  Instruments, Strings, etc. *  000  Prof. Kaufmami will receive pupils  for Piano, Violin, Mandolin.   Best  References.    Moderate Rates.  000  Government and Greenwood Sts. Greenwood, B. C.  OrO-0<KH>0<><K>-0-0<^  X  REWER  r  JULIUS MUELLER, Proprietor.  l%im Fine  Patronize home Industry and  ���drink Phoeuix Beer.  V  Oor. Standard Avenue and Banner Street. 9  PHOENIX, B. G. X  r<KK>0<K>'<>-<><><KK^-O-<>O-O-O-O <Xy&O-0-0-O  Till-  onrish lionn America  Kstablished  in   ) ^36.  IncorpfjralctJ by Royal (Charter.  J'Al I )-UT CAPITAL, $.(,866,666  RKSKUVK l-'UN!) $1,460,000  i.dnijox orriCK:  3 Clement's Lane,Lombard Street, K.C.  coi;k'i ov jukkctoks:  J. II. Ui(oi>ij-:, Juii.v jAMiis CAim:u, CJastak]*  I*A��HJ:ii,   KlL'IIAKli    Ji.    tllA'N,   llKNKV    I.   K.  I"akki:k, Ht>. AKTin'k JIuakk, II. J. Ji. Kkn-  i��ai,, J. J. Kjncsi-dki), I'"ki:u J.L'Kiicjct;, C��:o.  D. Whatman.  SKCKi.TAHY, A. C. WAIJJS.  Head Office iii'Cmnulu,  St. Jmncs Struct,  MONTKIvWv.  II. Stikkman, Gcnernl Manager.  J. JU.MSi.KV, Inspector,  HKANCUKS  IN CANADA.  London, Hi ant ford, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal,  Ottawa, Kingston, (.Mu-lirr, St. Jr>Jin, S. II.,  Jlrniidon, WiunijH'i:, i-'redericton, X. Ji,, Halifax, Victoria, Vancouver, Kossland, Kuslo,  Trail, Ashcrcft, Dawson City, Klondike, X,  \V, T., Greenwood, Atlin nnd'jJcnncU, IJ. C.  Sidney, <;. JJ.  AGKN'i'S IN Till1. 1./N1TKI> STATKS.  SI'OKAN'H���TiailrrH Nutlonnl nnd Old National  Hanks. Ni:\v Vonn.-53 Wall st., W. I.awmui  and J. C. Welsh, uj-ents. San lJuANCisc*t,  124 Sansomestreet, II. J. McMiclmel unci J. K.  Ambrose, uveitis.  LONDON HAXKKKS.  The IJank of I'!n>:!ntid and <#lyn 4c Co.  ��� FOKKICN AfiKNTS.  Liverpool���Uniik of LiverpooL- Australia--Union  Hank   of Austrntin.    New   Zcnlund���L'liion  Hank of Australia and Itank of New Zealand.  India, China it nil Japan���Chartered Merchants Hank of India, London and China,  Ajjra Hani: West Indies: Colonial Hank.  Paris���Marcwird and Krnns.s tk Co,. Lyons-  Credit Lyonnais,  JAA1ES ANDnRSON,  gr��� Qrecwoi.o *.       C.  ~m "~"      *" "-'*J"U"-      ** "~'i��t  The Most Popular  Hotel in Phoenix.  J It is the   FAVORITE RESORT for K  i' the Weary and Thirsty Traveller^  I or Wayfarer, and in c:()nse(]tie;nce|#  I is becoming noted throughout the ag^  �� Boundary. \mj\  PHOENIX  Newly Furnished,  and C.'i"ars..-v  Choicest Liquors WL  Dining 'Room First- it  m  'J'HE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCfi  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  Established   867.  PAID-UP-CAPITAL $6,000,000.  [Six Million Dollars.]  KKST.  $1,000,000  President .Hon. CJeo. A. Cox.  (iener.il Manager. U.K. Walkkr.,  Ass't. Gen'l' Manager.J.H.Pi.umme*.  Class in Every Way.  EASTERN  Townships Bank,  KSTAllLlSHKlV I 859.  CAPITAL    -     -    -    -     $1,500,000  RESERVE FUND    -    -     $835,000  KOAKXJ Oi' IHKIvCTOKS:  14. \V, HRNiiKKK,  l'resident.   Ho.v. M.  hank, Vice-I'res.,  Nrael  wood, J,  II.   Cock  Mitchell,  (',. Stevens,   J. N. Caler, N. W.Thomas, C.  II.  Kathan, IL II. lirc-wn, Q. C.  If MAD OI'l'ICI-: SHHKIiROOKK, I'. Q.  Wm.  Vakwki.l, ficn'l M��r., S.  Hihjki.l, Local  Mgr.; S. 1;. Mcjkkv, Itraiich Inspector.  IIKANCHMS.  Waterloo, W. I. Krig^H, Mntiager.  Stan.stead, S. Stevens,        "  Cowanville, J. Mackinnon, Manag;cr,  Coaticook, IL Austin, Manager.  Riclnuond, W. L. Hall,    ��"  (Irnnby, W. II. Robinson, "  lied ford, K. W. Morgan,    '*  MaROfi, I*;. P. Oliver, "  St. Hyacintlie, J. H. La I-Vamboise, Mjfr.  Huntingdon, K. N. Robinson, Mgr.  firnnd I-'orks, J. W. Maclouj;hin, Mgr.  Agetits in Montreal, Hank of Montreal; London, Kn^., National Hank of Scotland; lioston,  National Kxchangc IJank; New York, National  Park Uauk.  Collection.'' made at all accessible point:;.  Drafts issued for anv required amounts, good in  all points iu Canada, U. S. and l^urope. l\x-  chnuge boiif.ht and sold.  Savings Hranch IJej>artmeiit nt each office.  Interest allowed from dale of deposit and compounded annually without requiring attention of  depositor.  OfP.ce Hours: 10-3; Saturday from 1- to 12.  I C. W. A15B0TT, J'kop.     m  0O0OO00<>iX)OO{X;OO0O0��>CC>OCX5O00C5O0000O00CX)C5000O00O00O0OO  ��rsis  CRKENWOOD and PHOENIX, H. C.  o   SOI.K AOF.NTS I-OK Tin:���  rewin^g  Of Rossland,  the   Largest Brewery in British Columbia.  ���OKN'KKAI.   KXI'ORT   AC'.KNT.S���   .  ue Label ul^z,.  Sellers   Natural    Mineral Water  WJKSIIADKN, GkR.MANV.  JAS. McCREATH & CO.. Props.  .  Out *V>CXDOOOOOOOO��C>OCX30CK3CX>CXX^  J. K. AHLMSTROM, Manaokk.  Fine  Wines,  Liquors and Cigars  DOMINION AVENUE, -        -        -       -        PHOENIX  C 13. C.  \fis*?atf  C. W. -Greer, Propr.  Is making Light, Sweet and Wholesome  Bread, 1'rench, Rye or Graham. Leave  vour orders at the  SHOP:   PHOENIX STREET,  REAR MORRIN & THOMPSON,  PHOENIX,  H. C.  SPECIAL   BARGAINS  ���NOW  IX   Spring and Summer Suits  And don't forget to see our New Range of.  9  i  1  Thisbar.k has the largest numberof  branches of any bank in Canada, with  agencies at New York,, Chicago, New  Orleans, Skagway and Dawsr n City.  Accounts of Co_r[)orations,' ferchants  and Individuals received on favorable  terms.  Drafts, Commercial Credits, Travelers' Credits and Circular Notes issued  available in any part of the world, r  Approved Notes Discounted; Collections made.  A general Banking business transacted. '  Greenwood Branch,  D. A. CAMERON,  '���.';'' '���     ina;��r  MINERAL ACT.  CHRTIWCATJ-: OK IMI-UOVHMliXTS.  "Xo. 13," Minernt Clnim, situate In  the Keltic  Kivcr Milling Division of Vnlc District,   '  Where located:   Greenwood Cnmp.  Tnke notice Hint I, j'nines Moron, I'ree Miner'*  Certilic.-ite.N6. MS7A. intend, sixty dnys from the  dnle hereof, to upply to the .Mining Recorder for  n Certificate of Improvements fur the purpose of  olitniniiMj n Crowii grant ofthe above clniin.  And further take notice that action, under,  Section 37, must he coniincnced before the uteu-  ntic<.'&fsuch Certlficntvcf IniproveiuentH.  Dated tliiaafithduy of March, 1900'.  30 JAMK8 MOKAK.  Just arrived.   And remember, the best place to buy your SHOES is     6g  FOLEY BROS., 1  Dominion Avenue, - - - PHOENIX,  B. C.     g  %W%W^M>M&t&>%m��&^  LIMITED.  Manufacturers of all kinds of  Roagn and Dressed LtfmBer, Lath, Sfifngles,  Mouldings and Turnings.  Our Present Mux and Yards ark Located as Follows:  Nakusp   Robson : . .   "  Rossland    "  Ymir   "  Greenwood���Gen'l office-  yards.  mill and vard  -mill and  Phoenix. . . .  Eholt No. 1.  Eholt No. 2. .  Deadwood.. .  Rock Creek.  Long  Lake. .  .mill and yard.  ����gT~\Ye are also prepared to deliver lumber to any mining camp.  Our Company is enabled to Supply any order without dela}'  Notice.  Notici: in hereby given thntnti application will  he miiite to tlie Legislative Assembly ofthe Province cf llritish Columbia at its next session, for  an Act to incorporate a Company with power to  construct, equip, maintain, and operate telephone  and telegraph lines wilhiu and throughout the  Province of British Columbia, and to construct,  erect, and maintain such and so many poles and  other works and devices as the Company deem  necessary pjr making, completing, supporting,  miiiK, working, operating and maintaining the  system of communication by telephone and tele-  craph, and to o|>eti or break up any part or parts  ofthe said highways or streets as. often as the  said Company, its agents, officers or workmen  think proper, and for the purposes of the. undertaking to purchase, acquire, or lease, and hold  aud sell aud dispose of lauds, buildings or tenements within the liinitsaforcsaid, and to purchase  or lease, for any term of years, any telephone or  telegraph line established, or to be established,:  in llritish Columbia, connected,brto be connected  with the line which the Company may construct,  aud to amalgamate with or lease, its line or lines,  or auy portion or portions thereof,; to any com-!  pany possessing, as proprietor, auy line of telephones or telegraph communication connecting, or lo he connected, with the said Company's  line or lines, and to lwrrow money for the purposes ofthe Company, and to pledge or mortgage  any ofthe Company's assets for that purpose,  and to receive bonuses or privileges from any  persou or body corporate, and -njith.all other  usual, necessary Or incidental rights, powers or  privileges as may be necessary or incidental  to the attainment of the above objects, orauyot  them. - ���     .  Dated this 15th day of December, 1899,  J. K. Hkoww,  Solicitor for the Applicants.  The LOG CABIN  LAUNDRY.  Mrs. Larson has opened  a Laundry in the Log  Cabin Hotel, and is pre-,  pared to do all kinds of  Laundry work in first class  order.   A trial solicited.  Dominion Avenue,  Selon* Banner Street.  It is not only a popular idea  But it is a "well-known fact that  Is where the mines are.  ���     (  ^Ja+^^+^+-f-f++-M--��--f'M--M-1-H--H-M-f^^Sl  No one will make a mistake by investing in Phoeuix.  It has all the elements necessary for the making of a  large aud populous city.  The   mines  iu   Phoenix  arc those which  we rehire"-  greatest inducement to the C. P. R. when it spent :-4,ooo,-  000   in   building   its  Boundary   railway branch.    These  mines are just  starting   upon  the steady   shipping  era,  with thousands of tons of ore on the dumps.  For information of any kind regarding Phoenix, or  the prices of property, write,  CANADIAN  PACIFIC RY.  AND SOO LINE.  Canada's National Highway.  America's Great Transcontinental Line  and World's Pictorial Route.  The direct route from Kootenay, Kettle  River and boundary Creek Districts  to all points East and West.  First-Class Sleepers on all trains from  Revelstoke and Kootenay Landing.  Tourist Cars past Medicine Hat:  Daily for St. Paul; Sundays and  Wednesdays for Toronto; Fridays  For Montreal and Boston. Same  Cars pass Reve.lstoke one day earlier.  Direct Connection via Robson to and  from all Points.  Except Sunday Except Sunday  14:35 Leave Greenwood Arrive 15.35  For   rates    and    full    information  address nearest local agent or,  E.R.REDPAT1I, Agent, Greenwood, B. C.  U'.FAXDKR.SON, E.J.COVI.K,  Trav. Pass. Agent,        *A.C.P.Agt.  Nelson, B.C.   Vancouver, B.C  ooooeo��oo��9oc��o����o��o��oe��e��  o a  e  Dominion Ave.  Phoenix, B. C.  il---  1 *^vtr, mmhuiuas VUk  M  Smoke  000000  ���  e  o  ���  9  ���  ' o  o  ���  o  laoooeaoooeeosoooeea  vv &^jt&.  CIGARS.  o   o  UNION MADE  E. C. Keith & Co.  Real  and  Estate  Stocks  Some choice lots on Dominion   avenue,   on   easy   terms.  Hard finished office roon s  in Roger's block for rent, very  .���heap.  mm  mm  ���*  *'<?:?��?  '*Sfe|  Mm  /Mr1  ; '���W/.ttaj  '��� &im  ���'���W  . :;sjiit?  ' ;'��!;���:?;.  -,-. rmt-.S  111  'ZiW&  -���.:��W  .���'la  .-���.W��r  il  p  ������ f'4. v.  m  ' wim  .'.|w  la  '"������Uwm  '���'fwfrtl  'mm  '[wmm  ��������� i'l^i  m  Iw���"'  ��������� *^i  ���   * ���'���iSJjvjl  .-...,'..'j?*".S-5I  :;M  ���Mm  ..Kpii  Ipfi  km  ��������  r:r '������'!���'  set  wmmmmMaMMMMT?  "TFT���  t,r*,'t,,, I,      h^<X-<&     % *J�����C'i        MH     ITS'     /      r.     " W'o        -^if-tKS THE PHOENIX PIONEERv  MB  m  m  w%  aw  -��-^-��-��-��-O-O�����-��-��-��-��  ��  ft  I  o  4  ���  T  ?  I    Cnll ��nd kc our Roods,  ��{ot just uhatyou want.  ��  i  o  OUR BUSINESS IS.  Wall Paper  Stationery  Blank Books  Office Supplies  Tobacco, Cigars, Etc.  We'\e prob.ib!>o  ildbe Bros. 15i  PHOENIX, B. C.  1  IN THE LOCAL FIELD.  Wilson ^ Summers aie building a  hotel on Old Ironsides avenue, near  the new C. 1'. R. depot.  McBean <S: Co. have a 25V40 tent,  7-toot wall, ��hich will be sold at a  baigain.    Apply quickly.  Aldham and Blunt, the engineers,  went to the B. C. mine this week to  do some undergiound suiveying.  Customs officei McCutcheon, of  Ciieenwood, was in lown Wednesday,  in connection with inland revenue  mattei s.  I.. C. Crawford, the real estate and  insurance man, reports that he has  written $15,000 in life insurance this  last month.  It is the longest pole that knock"; the  fruit, and a merchant's ''add'' should  stand out like a sore thumb.���Rossland Miner.  An association foot ball ground is  l>eing cleared and put in order on Old  Ironsides avenue, near J. F. Hcmen-  way's residence.  I). C. Mollison, of Vancouver, representing Gordon, MacKay & Co.,  Toronto, w is .1 caller on his friend,  Michael McBean, this week.  Proprietor XV. S. Fletcher has  changed the name of the Alhambra  theatre at Greenwood to the Auditorium  and has  put it in better shai>e.  R. B. Kerr, of Phoenix, started  for  East Kootenay Wednesday, where he  ��� will do some campaigning lor  a  week  in the interest of the government.  Billy Asouith, of Nash & Co., Greenwood, was thrown from a cart Wednesday evening on Dominion avenue, and  received a pretty severe shaking up.  Tommy Hogan is doing assessment  work on the Oxford and, International  Real Estate and Mines.  Agent for the Phoenix Assurance Co., of London, England;  The Western Assurance Co., of Toronto;  The British America   Assurance  Co.,  of. Toronto;  The Mutual Life Insurance Co.,. of New York;  The Ocean Accident and Guarantee,Corporation, of London.  Lloyd'* Plate Glass Insurance Co. of New York.  Selling Agent for the OLD IRONSIDES TOWNSITE,  Phoenix.  w  OFFICE: . KNOB HILL AVENUE  Phoenix, B, C.  claims adjoining the California in  Wellington camp, in which he is interested.  John Riordan, delegate to the annual gathering of the Western Federation of Miners, recently held at Denver  Colo, f returned Wednesday from that  meeting.';  All i>ersons havingchildren of school  age or who will be ot school age at the  opening of the" fall session of school,  are requested to inform Mr. Buckton  early in June.  The Yale-Columbia Lumber Co. is  removing its stock of lumber in Phoenix  _ which came from the Tillman mill last  winter, to a ]>oint opposite the location  .of the freight sheds.  Jay P. Graves and Chief Engineer  Sullivan ofthe Columbia and Western,  drove up from Grand Forks Wednesday, in time to see the last rail laid to  the Knob Hill ore bunkers.  Officer Darraugh went to Nelson  last Friday with two prisoners, sentenced to siv months each. He took  a trip through the'Fire Valley section,  west of Arrow lakes, before his return.  There has been a great variety of  weather this week. Monday's eclipse  was not visible in Phoenix, but it is  thought-it should improve the rainy  snowy times we have been having of  late.  The new bunk house, ever)' finished  room of 'which is -- occupied, is now-  adorned , with a large sign, "the  .Granby." Itis in charge of H. Hunter,  formerly in the Yale hotel, at Grand  Forki  It i"k expected that the small force  of laborers now employed on the  wagon road between Greenwood and  Midway, will be set at repairing the  road from Greenwood to Phoenix in a  few days.  Last Saturday and Sunday nights  part of Phoenix was without electric  lights, due to the burning out of one of  the transformers. It was promptly  replaced with a new one by the Greenwood Electric Co.  A. J. McMillan, managing director  of the Snowshoe, came in from Rossland Saturday, and returned Tuesday.  He was actompained by Mr. Halford,  son of one of the owners of the property, of London, England.  Miss Cora Aldrich, a friend of  Mrs. J. E. Mills and Mrs. Wm. J.  Cramer, arrived from Kossland Thursday, and will assist in the production  of The Old Maid's Convention, to be  given on June 14th at Phoenix Miners'  Union hall.  Phoenix- Union No. 2. Caipenters  and Joiners, at its regular meeting last  Wednesday evening made formal application to the Grand Secretary-treasurer, P.|J.|McGuire, Philadelphia, Pa.,  to affiliate with the United Brotherhood of Car[>enters and Joiners of  America. The Brotherhood was  established at'Chicago in 1S81 with  2,042 membeis; it now has over 45,000  enrolled members.  Rumbles.  The telegraph operator at Hartford  Junction is Mr. L. B. Bobo.  Last month's payroll, for the 162  men on the list, amounted lo $4,069.  Construction woik on the Brooklyn  spur trestle was completed yesterday.  Two locomotives are now used in  the work of ballasting the Phoenix  spur.  Rails on the Knob Hill spur were  completed to the ore bins of that mine  last Wednesday noon.  As soon as thcother mine spurs are  completed,^ including that to the  Granby smelter, it is expected that the  Winnipeg spur will be completed.  The railway officials ape disappointed  at the small tonnage so far offered over  the Deadwood spur, which has been  completed for some little time. 1  With tlie exception of a small interval below Hartford, the track to  Hartford, including the spur to the  Golden^ Crown, is now all surfaced  and ballasted.  The site for the Phoenix freight  sheds has been selected, and is just  beyond the point where the Biooklyn  and Ironsides spurs come together,  east of the passenger station.  Plastering of the Hartford section  house is now under way by contractor  Wilson, of Phoenix, who will also  treat the Phoenix passenger de|>ot in  the same way in a few days.  The genial R. H. McCoy, objects to  having unearned honors thrust upon  him.' His position is that of track  engineer, and not division superintendent, as stated by mistake in last week's  Pioneer.  Yesterday the laboiers employed by  the C.P.R. at Hartford Junction struck  because of a reduction of 25 cents per  day in wages. Some were receiving  $2.25 and others $2.00 per day. The  officials expect to have a torce at work  today.  Phoenix Mall Service.  Office hours, 8 a. m. to 7 p. m.  Mails close fur Grand Forks, Greenwood, Rossland. Nelson, Kastern United fetntea nnd Coast  points dally (except Sunday) at 12.15 p. m.  For BHdway, Camp McKuiney and hmrview on  Monday. Wednesday and Friday at u.15 p. tn.  Mails due f.om all points at 5 30 p. 111.  D. J. Mathkmin,  ' Postmaster.  OFFICIAL NOMINATIONS.  Candidates   Who Will Be Voted For  Next  Saturday.  Nominations for candidates for the  legislative assembly, who will be voted  for next Saturday, closed last Saturday  at 1 p. m. Nominations Were made  for the government in 29 out of 38  constituencies.  Thomas Parker, the returning officer for this riding at Rossland had the  following nominations handed in,  which, as expected, leaves bnr two  candidates in the field:    ,  C. H. Mackintosh, (Conservative)  proposed by Clive Pringle, seconded  by Edward Bowes, the assenters being  Robert Hunter,Donald D. JMcGil-  livray, Alexander; Muir.  Smith Curtis, (Government), proposed by CO. I<alpn'de, seconded by  James Devine. The . assenters were  Arthur Ferris, W. J. Whiteside, W. H.  Jones,: Thomas Brownlee, H. Daniel.  Other Nominees.   .".'..':'  Alberni. Government, J. Radford;  Provincial party, A. W. Neill; Independent, J. B. Thomson.  Comox. Government, Joseph A.  Mcl'hee; Turnerite, L. A. Mbunce.  Cowichan. Government, \V. Ford;  Independent, C. H. Dickie.  Cariboo (2). Provincial party, Major-  General Kincriant,���Jones; Wilsonion,  J. Hunter, S. A. Rogers.  Cassiar (2)'. Turnerite, C. W. D.  Clifford, Captain Irving, Government  Messers. Staples and Godfrey.  Chilliwack. Government, Charles  W. Munro; Wilsonian, George R. Ash-  well; Independent, A. S. Vedder.  Delta. Government, John Oliver;  Provincial party, Thomas Forster; Wilsonian, J. W. Berry. .  Dewdhey. Government, Charles  Whetham; Wilsonian,   R. McHride.  Esquimalt (2). Government, ���  Fraser,-��� Biganston; Turnerite. C.E.  Pooley; Independent, I). W. Higgins,  ��� Hayward.  Kootenay (north east). Government,  F.Burnett; Wilsonian,���Palmer; Independent, "VV. C. Wells.  Kootenay (south east). Government,  E. C. Smith; Conservative, J. R. Cos-  tigan; Independent, W. Fernie.  Kootenay west (Nelson). Provincial  party,  John   Houston;   Conservative,  F. Fletcher;   Independent, ��� G. A. B.  Hall.  Kootenay (Revelstoke). Consetva-;  tive, T. Taylor; Indei>endent, A. McRae. ,  ,  Kootenay (Rossland). Government,  Smith Curtis; - .Conservative, C. H.  Mackintosh.  Kootenay (Slocan). Government, G.  Kane; Provincial part)', R, F. Green;  Conservative, J. Keen.  Nanaimo City. "Government. JI  Stuart Yates; Conservative, Gilbert  McKinnell; Independentilabor, Ralph  Smith. ' "-';:  Nanaimo (north). Turnerite, J. Bry-  den; Indepenaent, W. W. B. Mclnnes;  Independent labor, J. Dixon'.      "���'  Nanaimo (south).'Turnerite, J. Dtin-  smuir; Independent labor, J."' Rad;  clifle.     ���     '  Lillooet (east). Government, R. T.  Graham; Independent, J. D. Prentice.  Lillooet, west. Government, Alex.  Lochore; Independent, A. W. Smith,  R. B. Skinner.  Richmond. Government, D. Rowan;  Provincial party, Thomas Kidd;   Wil-  ,�� ��*+��*���������*����-*���*>�� ������������ "  �����������������������������* ��+��������������� �� >���������*��>��  Hello!  Yes, this is the Wynkoop-Stepheiis Trading Co.  Yes, we have some choice values in several lines of  Groceries. Say, take a walk down and see its; the size and  completeness,of"���our stock will surprise you.  Yes, we can supply you with Kitchen Utensils at the  right price aud in fact everything you need in the Hardware  Line.   Don't forget the place.  The Wynkoop-Stephens Trading Co. j  ��������������������� ����������������������������������������������� ������+��������������������������������� ������������*  ��������������+���������*����������������������������  ���������������������������������������������  ;*2ftapap*a^^  sonian, M. Wilkinson.  Vancouver city, 4. Government,  Joseph Martini James McQueen, R.  Macphcrson, H. B. Gilmour; Provincial party, F. Carter-Cotton; Wilsonian,  Charles Wilson, J. F. Garden, W. H.  Wood, R. G. Tatlow; Independent  labor, Joseph Dixon, F. Williams; Socialist labor, William McLain.  New" Westminster. Government, J.  C. Brown; Wilsonian, R. L. Reid.  Victoria1 city; 4. Government, Joseph  Martin, J. S. Yates, J. G. Brown, Aid.  Beckwith; Turnerite, T- H. Turner,  H. D. Helmcken, A. E. McPhillips,  A.-W. Hall.      .  Victoria; south. Turnerite, John P.  Booth; Independent, ��� White.  Victoria, sbiith. Government, Sang-  ster;, Turnerite; D. M. Eberts.  Yale, east. Government, W.J. Snod-  grass; Provincial party, Raymer; Turnerite, Price Eliisorf.  Yale, north. Government, J.  Palmer; Provincial party, F. J. Deane;  Independent, F. J. Fulton.  Yale, west Government, G. W  Beebe; Independent, Dennis Murphy  Mrs. Wm, Delahay  Fashionable Dressmaking  Residence, opposite Mandel  & Murphy's livery stable.  ���  *a#  Dominion Ave,  Phoenix, B. C.  Just Received!  Notice.  Noticr is hereby given that the partnership  heretofore existing between Jos. McCreath, William W. Howe and C. \V. Abbott, under the Brin  name of McCreath & Co., at the Butte hotel,  I'hoenix, B. C, is this day dissolved by mutual  consent. The business will be continued by, and  bills contracted from this date will be paid by the  said C. W. Abbott.  Signed this 17th day of April, 1900, at Greenwood, B.C.  James McChkatii,  William W. Howe,  C. W. Abbott.  Subscribe for the Pioneer.  A Case Lot of  ALARM CLOCKS  BREMNER & CO.  Miller Blk., Phoenix, B. C.  Notice.  Notice is hereby given that I will not be responsible for bills contracted by my wife, Mrs.  C St. Hall, from this date.  Dated at Hartford Junction, B.C., this 13th day  of May, 1900.  (Signed)  C M. Ball.  McBean is now showing a fine line  of Stetson hats, in all colors, shapes  and sizes.  THE I. X. JU.I  lietropolitan  ^Formerly the Columbia Hotel)  RUSSELL BROS., Props.  0000  First-class from top to bottom.   Finest  liquors  and cigars.  Come iu arid try our new pool table and look over the  '��� Mineral Exhibit.  0000  Co rner Dominion Ave. and Phoenix St.,    Phoenix, B. C.  BUILDING  AND PRICES Struck by a Cyclone.  * * a $ # Chas. A. McCltsng & Co.  FEED, GRAIN, HAY, ROLLED  '" ::       OATS, ETC.  Having purchased the general stock of Dry Goods, j  Men's Furnishings, Clothing, Boots and Shoes of the!  Wynkoop-Stephens Trading Company, at a  BIG  REDUCTION,  We are prepared to give exceptional values on all goods!  in stock. ,We woulcl be pleased to welcome all the old;  patrons; as well as new ones.   ; ���':-.'.-''  We promise^ou courteous treatment and goods at!  right prices.  QHAS. SEARS, Mgr.  OLD IRONSIDE^ AVE.  BUNDLES called for and delivered.  All work js done: -in first class shape.  ���:;���c^White shirts a specialty.  ]    PAUL FISCHER, Proprietor.  Cor. First Street and Knob Hill Avenue,   -    Phoenix, B. C.  The Town  In the Heart of Famous Greenwood Camp  Warehouse Standard Ave.  Phoenix, B. C.  When you want a meat  that will remind you  of your old home,  away back east,  FORGET THE  ������*���������*������������������  The Coming Rossland of  :.,^s-fc  ; ;;the;  Country  A  '��Ci  F-3  ������������������������������������������f  250 Feet from the Brooklyn Plant.  One-Half mile from the Ironsides and Knob Hill mines.  Railroad now being completed passes through the town.  Centre of six of the most prominent mines in the entire  Boundary, all of which are producers. Plenty of pure water  from lake on the property.  1. ray31*���  Dominion Ave.,  Phoenix, B. C.  ���    ft    .;'���;.  Meals  Served at All   Hours  DICKLARAH  Proprietor.  1  .,/*>:  TO*  '<-*. ah.  frsM  TO Hp.  m  l  n.   .1 \  f"     > -  For Prices and Terms, apply to  H Ml.       Ml IpH  flmer, Colo*, B. C 'M W. MsfrM. tail.

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