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Array -J-    ' i  No mining oiuif. '�� tin   liouudsry  i�� ktlmcimi;-, iuor��  RUcaUm^, tlun  Jfyoii wish to rtc-lve tlie mining  aud general news ef this camp and  the Houiidjry, mibscrllie lo the  I'jmiivix   I'.ONBKit   !:::.-::  Vol. II.  i *  ! ** * *'"  Devoted to the Interests of the boundary Mining District. n -  i  During the  year   1900    100.000 r  TON*} OF ORE  were shippW irorn    /  the mines of  ,   ;   :   :   :   ���   ���   ���   ���   - j )  Forlhe. first five months of 1901  oxer 90,000 ton* of ore weresuf pped'or  nt the rate of 300,000 tons annually.  1  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, JUNK 8, 1901.  No. 30.  H. K. CO*, Let.  LADIES'  DEPAR���bN^7"  SOME STIRRING'OFFERS THIS WEEK  '   "      GIVE US'A;'CALL.  We are showing, a nice range of Undermuslins, Undershirts, Overshirts, Shirt Waists.  We have in, our Wash Goods Department a new line  of Dress Muslins in Whites aiid Colors. In these lines we  have a big assortment. "  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.  Main Shaft of Brooklyn Peached that Depth. -  PLACER FIND IN FRANKLIN CAMP.'  Prospectors  StaMpta* ,'rom  tad Phoenix.  Qraad   Forks  IDAHO SHAFT IS DOWN 150 FEET  Old Brooklyn Boilers will fee placed on Ihe  Idaho���Coal Is saw Being Sukttlliled lor  Wood at tbe Brooklyn.  Children's  Shoes <&.  Just Received, a  Shipment of the  Newest Shapes in  Children's Shoes  in Blacks, Kids  and Tans, in all  sizes. * We are agents for the Celebrated Bell's  Shoes for Ladies. - One Trial and you will purchase  no others..,  M    FOR MEN'S FURNISHINGS  .     ,     .' WE'RE IN THE LEAD.  Snappy Bargains, Gent's Handsome Stylish Hats,  Pf SPic>' -Neckwear, Comfortable Underwear, the best pcssible  K| at the Lowest, Pjiccs.. These are the conditions that you  ,"a\w  wjh gncj jn our gtore.   ' ' '     , '  ' ^ ." For t!ie Jlot weather comforts we have nice Summer  Suits and',Soft Hosom Shirts in all colors,* and Canvas  Shoes. '   %    -  Give us acalKand be convinced.     Keep your body  cool and.youMl not be troubled with a hot head.  I  jsssA'  general Merchants, Old Ironsides Avenue, Phoenix.  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.  OOOOOOOQC>OOOOOOOQ0CX>OO^>OOOOC  Remember      �� ..  * New  Re-acting  Washer  While the management of the   Dominion Copper Co. has been  busy  in  getting the townsite   portion   of   the  property prepared-for the market/ there  has been no let up in the development  work of the mines,,wjiich was inaugurated when Mr. Breen took hold of the  company's piopeities  last   December..  Deepening of the Brooklyn shall has]  gone on steadily, and has now reached  the 350-foot level, where a crosscut to  the east has been sfarted,and is now in  about 30 feet.    In the meantime  the  drift at the 250-1001   level  southward  toward the Idaho, has been  progressing, and is-said  to be .'still  in  ore.  Every 25 or 50 feet a short crosscut is  made to test the-width of the ore body.  -While but  little or  nothing can be  learned as to the values obtained, they  seem  to   be   entirely satisfactory ,to  Manager Breen. "        '.  This weefc* the Brooklyn began using  coal as fuel, the only other mine in the  Boundary doing this, as far as heard  from, being thc B. C. mine in Summit  . camp. This fuel is used in the two  new 8o-hoisepower boilers, which have  I been in use for several days, and  which are giving excellent .satisfaction.  It had been hoped to have the new  Brooklyn hoist in position ''before this,  but it has not yet arrived, although it  has been shipped for some time by the  manufacturers. '  "I Silklat 01 tbe Idaho.  The main double compartment shaft  on the Idaho has reached a depth of  150 feet, .with' crosscuts of 20 and 89  feet at the"50 and 100-foot levels.  ,   Ihe two ^-horsepower  boilers in  use. fon.,��TO*;orv.threer; ���years"!'"on-'ihe  Brooklyn have been taken out of com  mission at that mine, and aie'now being taken  down pieparatory to being  removed to the Idaho, wheie tliey will  furnish the additional   power  needed  at   that   property.    'I'he   extra   locomotive boiler, placed on the Brooklyn  three  months  ago for temporary use,  has  also been   dismantled, and   while  nothing definite has been decided, it  is   likely to be  installed at  the Stem-  winder foi use on that property as soon  as operations are resumed there.  Kor some weeks the Bullock diamond drill has been boring in the lower  levels of the Brooklyn, and it is understood with satisfactory results. It will  soon be doing the same kind of woik  on the Idaho, to test the ore bodies of  that pioperty. A force of men has  been busy several days sinking thiough  the gravel and wash on the surface to  I bed rock, getting a place ready for the  diamond drillers to begin.  I^ast Monday news was received  from Franklin camp, 65 miles from  Grand Forks up the north fork of  Kettle river; of an "important placer  strike. As. an immediate result a  stampede was at once started from  Grand Forks, and "many also went  from I'lioenix to woo^theficklegoddess  at Franklin'camp. -<{'   ,  >A Grand Forks correspondent says  that the strike waV made by J. \V.  Bartlett and C. If,.McDonald, who  have a ranch there/qnd the gold was  found while digging af post hole on the  banks of Franklin creek, the object of  the digging being to put up a small  fence to prevent their hdises fiom  straying back- to town. They noticed  a peculiar quality in;, the gravel, and  upon investigation found that it carried gold. They panned out several  dollars' worth in a'J short time, and  came to town to gei^Mipplies for operating their claim. They showed .their  I dust, which is coars^'and shaip, show-  [ ing that it has not Raveled far.  Then the rush started By daylight  a steady stream of prospective millionaires was flying MP thp tiail, and as the  day progressed (h��? excitement increased, .-\i[ i  It is expected ' tliai*'.several of those  who joined in the'firij^rush will return  within a week for supplies,' and then  the extent of the find can he moie  definitely known."' te.  ���n  Several Large;Coh1fracts Were  Awarded.  SMITH BROS. GOT THE BANK BLOCK  M. Maddca, of NHsm, Secured (be Work of  Erecting tbe Flse Block lor A. F. McMll-  Ian, 60��M Feel In Size. " '  Dominion Copper Co.'s Addition to Phoenix.  PLACED OK itARKET'LAST MONDAY  Properly ia the Heart of tbe City Find Bayers  at Good FJgurei���Tt be Improved at ao  ,    Early Dale.        . '^  That we can supply  your little needs in HARDWARE, as well as the large  ones. Inuring . the spring  housecleaning there aie many  little things you will need:''  We have them all. Hat and  Coat hooks, Shelf brackets,  fine Moppets, window sciecns,  etc, etc.  This is positively the easiest  running machine on the mai-  ket. Instead .-of the hardworking lever it has a fly  wheel, which turns so easily a  child can operate it.  oooooogoqgoogooooogqo 00000000000000 0000000000  Still sets the: pace. You can always  be sure that you are buying your  Groceries right when you get..,them  here. We give our customers the  benefit of careful buying in the best.  markets. Get   our   prices   before ���  placing any order. ���  . We unquestionably lead iii the Hardware and Grocery business. No order is too small to command our careful  attention.  00000000000000 00000000000 oooooooooooooooooooo  DOMINION and OLD IRONSIDES AVE      ,*   . J��  Both Phones  Working on Republic Railway.  The  Republic and  Grand   Forks  Railroad  company let a contract  last  Tuesday in Spokane to George   B.  Deeks&Co. tor the constiuction of  the 40 miles of track  and roadway to  connect  the two towns.    The woik is  to be turned over ready for equipment  November   1.   1901.   T. W. Holland,  of Grand Forks, general   manager and  secietary-treasuier ot the railroad, and  W. C. Morris, of Republic,  assistant  manager and   general counsel,   weie  paities on one side and Geoige Deeks  on the other. ^  " The work ol dealing the tight of  way began this week near Nelson,  Wash','and it'is said that 1,000 men  will soon be at work. *C'    .  ��� '��� ���.���:    .. ; \i     a ..  Fatal Stage; AccldenK,  ��� Last Wednesday iriorningi* the mail  stage from Camp McKinnejiHoGreen-  wood-.plunged into...J.O].l#.; Jack creek,  four miles' east of McKinney. Tlie  driver, Andrew Kirkland, had ;his  neck broken, and Henry Nicholson,  J. P., and Mrs. Buhners, both "ot McKinney, were injured., :Heiiry, Black  of Portage la Prairie, another .passen-j  ger, escaped without injury;. The  driver lost Control of his powerful  four-horse, team, missed the bridge and  plunged into the.creek ' below. Kirk-  land's body and the injured passengers were .taken back .to McKinney.  M. S. Casey, one of tlie passengers, arrived in Phoenix yesterday.  Annual Election of  Officers.  The annual meeting of the Phoenix  Board of Trade will be held next  Monday evening at the school house,  having been postponed from last Monday. Among other matters of importance to come up will be the annual  election of officer's, for which pdr[>6se  a full attendance of ,members is requested. The present': officers are:  President, G. W. Rumberger; vice-  presiidsnt, D. Mclnnis; secretary-  treasurer, W. B. Willcox.  l>ast Monday theijpng looked  for  sale of the pioiMrty'of^tlre^Dominion  Copper Co." was inaugurated.   It-is  not too much to say that' the sale is  already an assured success���which  is  not surprising when it is  remembered  that the property  offered   for  sale  is  situate in the very heart  of\ Phoenix.  Foi many months investors have been  looking forward to the time when they  could secuie  property   iu  this   tract  One most encouiaging featuie ol  the  sale is that many local   business  men  and'investors1 lfave boughYat this sale,  thus  showing  theii   faith  in the city  and its future.  But thc purchasers have not been  confined to Phoenix. From the outside by telegiaph, telephone and by  letter orders to leserve lots have been  received���an evidence that the value  of the pioperty is appreciated abroad  as well as at home..  The business lots all have a frontage  of 25 feet with a depth of 100 feet,  and the price has been placed on a  basis ol 40 cents per square foot foi  corners, or $1,000, with $800 for in-  sides. The well known firms of Rum-  beiger & Tayloi and McAithur &  Monk were appointed selling agents  and the membeis of these'firms have  been kept busy with the many customers desiiing to invest.  Thus far the favorite street seems to  have been Dominion avenue, but a  number of lots have also been disposed of that aie located on Phoeni\  stieet and Standard a\enue, the latter  being an extension ot Knob Hill  avenue. As it is the expressed intention of the city to giade all these  thoioughfaies at once, it is the general  idea that no mistake is made in buying on any of them  Among those who have taken lots,  most of whom have expressed the intention of building at an early date are  the following: P. Burns.&'Co., Bank  of. Commerce, Bank of Montreal, A.  P.-McKenzie." Abbott & Moonev, I).  McMillan, Hugh McGuiie, R/ U.  Kerr, James Marshall, T.'/Roderick  and others./  This has been a banner week for  letting building -contracts in Phoenix.  All told about $30,000 worth of contracts for new structures were let, with  others to l'6llow in the near future, unless all signs fffl-.'"  Several days ago.t'he contract for  the erection of a 'two-story public  [ school building on Knob Hill avenue,  was awarded to Stephen Tripp :of  Greenwood. This building will cost  in the neighborhood of #3,000 and is  to be completed by August 1st. Mr.  Tripp expects to start'the workialmost  any day. 1. .-Wr,  Tuesday evening A. F. McMillan  let tlie contract for his building at the  northeast corner of Knob Hill avenue  and First street, to M. Madden of  Nelson, for $6,635. This will be a  two-story frame stiuctiaefKWiich will  have three large stores-on Knob Hill  avenue, with plate glass fronts. I'he  second floor, w^|l,be _usetj,^-office  rooms, eight in- mimoer. The building 'will be first-class and up to date.  George1 B. Curtis, of Nelson, is the  architect.       ;��� '      '  Wednesday Jay P. Graves and Wm!  Yolen Williams let a contract for their  new building to Smith Bros., the well  known local builders. This structure,  which1 js <o.vbe .Jcnpwn as the Bank  Block, will be by far the finest building yet .put up in Phoenix. When  finished the cost will be close to $15,-  000. j. It',is,*tq. be erected"on the south-  east corner of Knob Hill avenue and  First street, and will occupy 60-feet  frontage by 120 feet in depth. Native  granite wiJjLLe used.in the first story  and the balance^wjlljje of brick.  On the lower, floor the Eastern  I'ownshipybffnre^r-'fiaveThe comer;  with a large vault, etc., while the  Hunter-Kendrick Co., Ltd., have  leased the lest of this floor for a term  of years. On 'tirst street there will  also be a largestore room, while the  second floor will, be .devoted to offices.  This is the first wick building to be  erected in Phoenix. The work of  excavation for the stonemasons was  started, last Monday.  As will be noted in another column  the hospital contract was also given out  this week.  In addition to the above, there are  a number of other buildings to be  erected soon in the city, besides several residences, etc. In fact, the  summei bids- faiK*st�� be a busy one in  ihe building line.  wiite to the' chief commissioner of  land* and*, works, a.t^.Victoria, urging  him to* push the work of building the  Phoenix-Summit wagon road.  Dog Taxes nut Fire Apparatus. '  At Wednesday's council meeting all  members were present, and the following salaries for May were ordered paid:  D. McMillan, $100; C. H. Flood, $85;  W. R..Williaras, $25; R.B. Kerr, $40;  also jail rent, $10.  Early Closing By-Law No. 22 was  read the second time and, is now in  force.  The committee appointed to interview the owners of property contiguous  to the city in regard to coming into  the municipality, reported that Mr.  Giaves was willing that all the platted  ground of the Granby Co. .should be  taken in, that Mr. Breen was willing  that the Dominion Cop|)er Co.'s  ground that was platted should be included, and Mi. Rumberger' had two  fractions that he wouidput in as soon  as they were crown granted.   '  ,    !  The city clerk was ordered to impound and shoot all dogs found at  large, for which no' licence has been  paid, after June 15,  The mayor appointed Aldermen  Morrin, Roy and Clark a committc to  select fire apparatus, and report to the  council.  Alderman Punch gave notice of his  intention to introduce a by-law to regulate the charges for the use of dumping ground, which it is expected the  city will acquire shortly.  Council adjourned to meet next  Wednesday. ;  Best Offer From tlje Greenwood Electric Co. "  *'\T   ',>;&  1 * *>jh?  :v��&  .MR  ".'lf  ���' -y>i>��  ' rat*!  ���'   i il���  ; m  *    ������   iSoffl  RATEPAYERS MET THURSDAY SIGHT  yd  McArtlwr* Moak's Offer. Was Withdrawn.  Whea TcraW of the New Offer Were  Mtt-cKadWa. '   ��'  . '     ' itf ,'-  Finest Structure of the Kind in  This Section. ."   .  W. R. LEE TO BUILD IT FOR $4,670  Not Qaile Enoaia Satacriptlou Yet to Pay  For the Building and Furnfehlazs���List  ..  . of the Donor*.  COUNCIL HELD THREE MEETINGS.  soon'be an accomplished fact. Last  Tuesday the contract for the construe  tion of the first wing.of the building,  32x112 feet, was awarded by the trustees to W. R. Lee for the sum of  $4,670. Mr. Lee has placed the oider  for the lumber, and construction will  be commenced as.soon as it can be  had.  The matter of the erection of a hospital in Phoenix was first taken up a  year and a half ago, and has gradually  been biought to the present successful  isssue. Something over a year ago the  hospital was incorporated under the  Benevolent Societies' Acts and at present the following officers and directors  have charge: Honorary piesident,  S. H. C. Miner; president, A. C.  Flumerfelt; secretary-treasurer, \V. R.  William's; government director, James  Punch; A.  J.  McMillan  and   W.   J.  At last the much discussed water  and light problem for Phoenix is settled. At a meeting of the raiepayei s  entitled to vote-on money by.-laws,  h��ld at the schoolhouse Thursday  evening, ij^jwas voted that the proposition of the Greenwood Electric Co.,  all things^ considered, was the most advantageous to the'eity.'  Dr. R. B. Boucher was called to the  chair, and \V., B. .Cochrane chosen  secretary of the meeting., The chair  called won E. G. Warren, managing  director of the Greenwood Electric  C6., to address the meeting.* Mr.  Warren stated i that his company already had a large investment here, a/id  felt that they must protect it by making the city an offer that would be acceptable. In substance his offer was  as follows: ; ���  'I'he city to grant an exclusive water  and light franchise for ten years, at  the end of which time the plants will  be sold to thecity by arbitration, if desired. In return for this the company  will agree to at once proceed with the  installation of a complete water system  to all parts of the city, charging no  more for service than was proposed'by  McA'rtlmr & Monk or Messrs. Graves,  Flumerfelt and Williams. In addition  to this the electric light system now in  use would be extended and improved.  Thatityis to receive free water service for fire or other purposes, and  free electric service up to 5JJ50 per  month. If the company fails to cany  out its agreement it will forfeit its  franchise and plants-here.  Mr, McArthur ,was called.on, and  stated that the above offer was so much  1 "e, Pnpenix^General. HospitaLwiU, ^ter thair his firQr-caa!cl 'do'-tKat^  >n be an  accomplished  fact.    Last  ���,��V,m  '.���;;w,u...���- i;:..-" ZZ~*Aa~:,:~~ - ~.  Messrs. Graves and Williams Explain Their  I'orter are also on the board  Position on Water Question.  During the last week the city council held three meetings���one each on  Saturday, Monday and Wednesday.  Satuiday's meeting was not pioduc-  tive of much business, the only thing  done being the reading of Early Closing By-Law No. 22.  1 At Monday's meeting all the coun-  cilmen but Alderman Clark were piesent. The finance committee reported  lavoraTJlVvon the fb'llowiiig accounts:  A. H. Sperry, trustee, rent, $12.50;  Yale-Columbia Lumber Co., $3.9^;  H. R. Blunt, city engineer, $95.65;  Hunter-Kendrick Co., 40 cents.  A. C. Flumerfelt has generously donated the plans for the buildings,  which were prepared by F. M. Ratten-  bury, architect for the government  buildings at Victoria. The government itself has made a contribution  towards the election of the building  and the local mining companies and  theii officers have made liberal donations. 'Ihe Gianby company has donated a site, consisting of Jive lots-  which is valued at $2,500.  So fai a little over $4,000 has been  contributed, and it will require about  $2,000 more to complete and furnish  the building.    When  completed  and   ,   _T_ w. .....    ��� �����������,��� ..iii.ii     ^i_��*iijjiciCU     cltlU  Jay P. GiaVes and Win.-Yoien Wil-  in running order Phoenix will have the  The' .Hunter-Kendrick Co. are just  completing'' a new 'tinshop. adjoining  the store.  iams, who were present, weie invited  to address the council in regard to the  \\.uei and light proposition which is  now before the, council. Phis was  done, and the position of these gentlemen was explained at some length.  Some of the aldermen wished to take  favorable action on the subject then  and there, but it was decided to leave  the whole-.matter to the.electors qualified to vote on municipal by-laws at a  meeting to be held'.Thursday'��� evening  at the school house. . A motion to  this effect was passed.  The city   clerk..��was   instructed   to  would withdraw���-Iris"' proposition," explaining at the same time that his  backers were the West Kootenay Power  and Light Cp.  There being no representative of  Mr: Graves present, the city solicitor  was asked to read the proposition submitted to the city council. This was  done, and on request the McArthur  & Monk offer was also read, for purposes of comparison. Mr. Kerr aho  explained the differences 111 the three  propositions, to make the matter cleai  to those present  The chief differences were these:  The Greenwood company, asked for  only a ten year franchise, while Mi.  Graves desired one lor 25 yeais, and  would nor/agree to sell theelectiic  plant to the city at all. Then the  Greenwood company gives the city  free service that would cost not less  than $1,200 per year under the othei  offer.  After some discussion,  a  ballot  of  the voting ratepayers present was  taken, which resulted in 25101 the Greenwood offer  and   4   ioi    Mr.   Giaves,  It was   funnei    explained   that   Mi.  Giaves did not   seem  anxious   to  go  into the water and light  busines,   but  that he did   want   fne  piotection  foi  his extensive inteiests in Phoenix-  It is expected that the  city  council  will now take the matte'i up and   submit a by-law to   the  people  at  once,  authorizing them   10   entei    into   an  agreement,   in   accordance  with    the  above terms.  Phoenix Passenger Senice Improved.  An imp  proved passenger  only general hospital in the Boundary,  and one ot   the best institutions of its  kind in the interioi of the province���  an institution   that   would be a  credit j next Monday, at the lame  to a   place several. times  the size of  this.  PHOENIX BRANCH ORE SHIPMENTS.  The following table gives the ore shipments of Phoenix llraucli and other BounrtnVy  mines lor 1900, for the past week, for tool, and the total to date:���   :  Old Ironsides, Knob pill  v, j    and Victoria.-......"'.;  7&!B. C. Mine-..-. ;���....���;���:���'.',  Golden Crown ........  Winnipeg. ............  Athelstan..   Snowshoe   Brooklyn. .   Totals, tons.   Mother Lode, Deadwood,  Other Boundary mines..  <>4,S33  19,494  2,500  1,075  1,200  300  150  89,252  .5,340  "3,180  Week  4,292  ���J����25..'.  1901  5,3 '7  2,250  93,239  19,871.  55o  .'So  113,810  , .3.0,30��  "   5����  '.x:  Totals  158,682  39,365  2,500  1,125  l>75o  45��  '150  204,022  c-35,640  ���"' 4,680  Grand Totals, tons...      97^72        7*567      144,610       244,342  Taking all this into consideration, the. directors would be glad to  have all those so inclined make a subscription at as early a date as possible.  There is no longer any doubt about  the success of the concern, and every  businessman and resident of Phoenix  should, .take a pride in assisting the  hospital to; be finished free of debt.  Neither.sect, sex, color or tongue will  he considered in taking in patients.  Those unable to pay will be treated  free of charge. 'I'he directors wish to  emphasize this point particularly.  List of Subscribers.  From   week  to week  the  Pioneer  will   publish   the list  of  the new sub-  scribers  to  cherbuilding  fund of the  hospital.    Up   to  date  the list  is  as  follows.  Province of British Columbia     $2,000  City of Phoenix ;        300  'Doml'tioti Copper Co., T.td          J5��  Granby Co., Ltd          350  Snowshoe Mines, I.td.;.;...          250  S. H. C Miner...;.,.. .-...���  ���"       250  Jay P. Graves          250  A. C. Flumerfelt :....'"..   100  IIimtet-Kendrick Co., I.td    -     -50  W. S. Macy & Co ;.            5"  Vanghan & Mclmiis          S5  I,nw-McQuaid Co., Ltd            35  Clark & Births            5��  G. K.Williams.i   5  seiviee  on  the Phoenix  branch goes  into  effect  time that  the summer time table for the main  line is put on. The passenger train  leaves Phoenix at'11:15 :l-'"-> and  reaches Eholt at 12 'noon, connecting  with train No. 64 for Rossland and  Nelson. This Phoenix train will,also  go light through to Greenwood, where  it will arrive at 12:50 iioon.  Returning, passengers can leave.  Greenwood at 9:25 p. m., arriving at  Eholt at 9:55, and connecting with  No. 63 from Rossland and Nelson,  arrive at Phoenix at 10:50' p. 111.  Greenwood people can also leave that:  town on the regular passenger train at  11140 a. m., and reach Phoenix on the  ore train at 1:15 p.m.  Last Tuesday week an election of  officers was; held in Phoenix Lodge  No. 28, Knights of Pythias, .with the  following result: C. A. McClung, C.  C.j R. A. Scott. V. C; G. S. Gordon,  Prelate; J. A. Clark, M. of W.; 1). J.  Mathison, K. of R. and S.; ]. T.  Kelly, M. of F.; *1). W. McDonald,  M. of E.; Joe .Manuel,' M. of A.; H.  Cox, Inside Guard; J.. E. W. Thompson, Outside'Guard. ,  A lodge of the Fraternal Order of  Eagles will be instituted at Miners'  Union Hall tomorrow at 1.30 p. 111.  Ur. Arthur Burns, of Republic, will  represent the grand lodge.  mk  'K  ''"<M  AM  m  I  i  If  ���5]'  %  .������if'  1  ����� J in  * J *  i *  '*Tv   "  r**y  <T'\t  I  "J  -a  ".!���<*'  :.:i;V  +��������!���  ,���;���';'���'������  A.-fii '  iHr".  1 ���'������..������;���   , ������/���       ' . .���!.��� - ������ ������     ; .  ^-.jm i����:<yyyA;yiiy  THE PHOENIX PIONEER,  i****^***********"**************-**  The Canadian Bank of Commerce |  head office, toronto.  Capital, $8,000,000.      *���     j*      Rest, $2,000,000. '��� [  HON. CEO. A. COX, PieMcnl. B. E. WALKER, General UaMftx.  ~  " J. UPLlrHMER. An"! Cto'l Mturtr.  J. W. H SIYTHE, MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.  _ -*  (IHHMHt,IM<l��'mMH��l'HtTH4,��MHH'MHH4>  The Phoenix Pioneer*  ISSUED OX SATUaPAVBTTHJC )  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  ATPHOEHK. B.C  W. S. WILLCOX. Mammur.  Columbia Telephone, No. 49. '  Venioi)&. Kelson Telephoct, No. 14.  the directors in London for their own  ends, for fomenting trouble with their  employees at a time when there was  no complaint being made on either  side.  Otu fcls Jut Desert*.  An editor works 365# days per  year to get out 52 issues of a paper���  that's labor. Once in a while somebody pays him a year's subscription���  that's capital. And once in a while  some dead beat takes the paper for a  year or two and vanishes without paying for it���that's anarchy. But later  on justice overtakes the last named  creature, for there is a place where he  will get his just deserts���that's hell.-  Es.  buntcairTJOXH is advance.  PtTYctr -   61* Month*.   To Foreign Countries..  -rr"  ..42.00  ,.. 1.35  ... J.O*  IfjroRtrenotaMbKriber lo ihla paper, tfii*  is an laritatioa to you to become oue.  Advertising rate* furnished 011 application.  .Legal notice* 10 and 5 cent* per line.  Four weekly Insertiona constitute one month's  soVrrUsint*.  EMTORUI.   COMMENTS.  'I'he Dominion government has outlined a policy by placing a bonus on  iron and lead. It should extend the  same advantage to copper.  0001 POt PHOENIX.  M,  \vV' ��� .,y  For  '���v  3&>'  (f'rfV :  it">t   i*"!.  '��  >'  the last eighteen or   twenty  " months Phoenix has been a   much  scattered place, so far' as its geographical location was concerned.   .There  were platted about the same time the  surface of several'mineral claims that  were not contiguous.'"] The'best" property in both the Rumberger sub-di-  >    vision and the Old Ironsides sub-di-  '-, jjvision was quickly sold when placed on  ..  ''' the. market, and c"ai * will be remem-  J, bered, many were ���> disappointed that  <'    they were unable' to secure a share of  ���.y v.the best lots.   This' resulted in two  \ settlements    springing? up,5- each   ot  "1  A number of people have thought  that this would be a good year in  Phoenix,. T^ers is eucru reason to believe that they will not be out in their  estimate.  It is a fortunate circumstance that  in the 'Boundary there are no latvor  troubles, nor is there prospect of such.  In this respect this section differs from  others in southern British Columbia.  ' An average of over 15,000 tons per  month for the first ten months' 0|>er-  ation of the Gtanby smelter is not so  bad. The next ten months will show  a substantial increase at the smelter  wheie Phoenix ores are reduced.  ,   uHow to Do It.  This is an age of aavertising. Wave  you all the business you can attend to?  Would you make an effort to accommodate more patrons if you could secure them? Are you interested in  any thing that, with a small investment  would bring your business more in  touch with the people of the Boundary  and thus largely increase your trade?  If so, why not place an advertisement  in the Pioneer? Business is business  wherever you find it, and there is no J  reason why a" little advertising in the  ' Boundary, should not be advantageous  for you.       ���   pan Wg MvMcssif.  About 75 per cent of the Calumet  & Hccla stock is owned in the New  England states and about 66 per cent,  of the entire stock is held in the city of  Boston. There are 83 shareholders in  foreign countries, owning 2,925 shares,  distributed as follows: Canada 1,622,  England 547, France 396, Germany  125, Italy 1;, India 10, Scotland 4,  Ireland 4.  Phoenix Laundry  .     J. T. LAWRENCE, Proprietor   DuringHouseCleaning*��� |���*���*�����* ��f��  we give SPECIAL RATES to Farai- % and delivered prompt-  lies and Hotels on Blankets, Curtains, 5 ly to every part of  Etc., for which we have the best of % the'eity.   Send your  facilities.  order by Phone.  BKS.T OF WORK GUAXANTKED. V. & N   PHONK NO. 30.  Dominion Avenue,  Adjoining Butte  Hotel, -       -        Phoenix, B. C.  Vauqhan & HcInnis,  The pioneer  ...Butchens  Of th>: Camp.  We handle all Kinds of Beef, Pork, Mutton and Veal.  Also Fish, Poultry and Oysters in season.  VICTORIA HOUSE  j Leading Hotel of Phoenix  Everything First Class, Electric Lighted, Electric  Bells, Free Sample Rooms,  Finest ( Liquors and  Cigars.  B. C. HOTEL CO, Lid., Props  -      B. TOM KINS, Manager.  -     PHOENIX, B. C.  ���   Your Trade Solicited.  Old Ironsides Ave.  Our Prices Are liight.  PHOENIX, B.C.  Old Ironsides Avenue,  ;  which has steadily grown, even througl  t|ie quiet tunes,  iy,  .ry.  _ \ t, c r, r     /  I "Hi" rt h r ' '-  Between these i two growing settle-  ments is a strip of land .which was in-  eluded in the corporate limits of tht-  city, but which up to the. present has  not been platted.' This'is, the'surface  of several* claim's owned by the Do-  .   i�� - -��� -       'a i 1'  minion Copper Co.J. Of coursei, this  part of'tliecity has not grown1 in the  One reads in the papers now a-days  of the troubles-arising Jn many places  on account''of' the rise of rivers and  lakes. Such' little things, however, do  not trouble the people of1 Phoenix.  They are too high in the world���about  4,600 feet high.   \  Grand Forks Hill have a banner  celebration on Dominion day this year,  and is making' every preparation to  take care of the crowds that will attend from all over the Boundary.  The Smelter City has a knack of doing business up in style on these annual  occasions. ^ A* special train will prob  ably Be run from Phoenix and other  Boundary towns.  Vatic* te Ac PaMfc.  I have opened a shoeshop in the  Morrison-An3erson block, and am  ready to do all kinds of repairing and  new wor�� in my line at reasonable  prices. A specialty of miners' boots  and shoes.   Qjve me a call.  ��� Bert Malanorim.   -  Phoenix Stage Line.  I P. Burns & Co.  PWOF.NIX  MAKKE11.  HEAD OHIO. K)K IIOUNDARY CRKLIC, GRKrNWOOD, H.,C.  1II.AI1QUAK1FKS, M-1 SON, it. C,  .... Wholesale and JW Heat Ikrchib.  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks,, Sandon, Slocan City,  Silverton, New Denver, Ymir, Salmo, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Niagara and Phoenix.  FJSH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  1 All orders receive prompt attention. I  Makes Two Round Trips Daily Between'Phoenix  and Greenwood.  Leaves Phoenix at 7.45 a. in. and 1,30 p. ni.   Phoenix Time.  Leaves Greenwood at 9:60 a. m. and 4:00 p.m.  Green  wood Time.   Sundays, leaves Phoenix at 8:15 a.  and Greenwood at 10:30 a. in.  m.  T*r  PHOGO Materials...  "See Almstrom & Berg at the  den hotel, Dominion avenue.  British Cthnbiin  Wholesale.      "IU  Liquor Company  Limited. *  MANAGER.  V'V ���SSiJi'V *V l  y  ��� \\v;'' - y  - v V. \  ���  >{'V  (ip?>  Ij(  A  'i-  \l-i\'^'Z  ���; ivs-wiV,! % **���  V's>*  i'^-i' \kry  3��r<  rX^  i weeks or more a force of surveyors has  , been -., busy, laying ��� this * unoccupied  A   ground off into lots and'blocks, arid  ,-y'thi$ week thej property was placed on  �� the market ' This is acknowledged* to  , be a good thing, not only for the own-  y erti, but'for^thecity^at large.f  The  n' building up1 of ^ tliis property, right Jn  - the ''heart'1 of "the, city, which  has so  long been tenantless and bare, will tend  ,  to solidify the whole municipality and  build it up into a' cotnpact'c'and proV  > j perous ,community.' "'It 'Vras* the^ne  -  'thing, since the place'had its being,  '{ that was   most   needed.   With well  gradedstreets, which we will have by  ,    fall, a good water and light system and  '   other subsianiidi" improvements of a  , public-nature, Phoenix will present a  ' 'much better, appearance.      -        "   .  '      '        ' ,-.    >'       f ' V  ^*iV  >  *���>  h?>  Ai  NOT A QUESTION OP WAQES.  '<-.,jS \ 1   i  *"V*  ,vC*r-. ViiT   1'  "' V-.  ��� n&:'-,  X*'  ���~YJ,  1."  hVa.F  Ti ��-*���.,���  When James Breen ,was the man-  v.1" ager of 'the Northport smelter,"such a  ���- thing as labor troubles was unknown,  .( for he is a gentleman,^ that believes in  , working mines and smelters! for what  thereis in them in a legitimate man-  s her."   Since Mr. Breeri sold out, however, a different state of things has  come to pass^   The new management  has no difference whatever .with the  *���  *- >  men   employed so far  as wagest or  hours are concerned, yet the smelter  was closed down tight as a drum.  An explanation' is sought, and is  , said to be found in' the statement that  'the British America Corporation, own  ing the mine and smelter,' had a little  . scheming to do on the London Stock  exchange. 'Po do this the stock' must  be depressed, and shutting down the  smelter  accomplished    that,    LeRoi  ' shares weht down, and a large number  1 of 1 people in the old country were  " ruined. 'In the meantime the smelter,  where there was no dispute as to  wages, was also closed, and  hundreds  ' of mpUhrown out of- employment-  The politicians are still guessing as  to who will be the successor of Hon.  J. M. -Turner, the provincial minister  of finance, who shortly goes" to "London as agent-general of the province.  James Cunningham Krown is s]>oken  of (frequently as the likely man, but  nothing is given out officially. In the  meantime Mr. Turner is touring the  interior, familiarizing himself with the  country. '   ,      ,  AGEN'i-S FOR  PABST BEER  Complete line  of Bar Sample*  GRfflWH). 8. C.  J.i MUM  DRI  WOOD  FOR  SALE,  I  -city; *:'  '���'scavenger  Leave Orders it City  Clerk's Office  OVKR POST  OKFICH  .,h  PHOENIX  -;sThe' visit of/ the McGill students to  i *        * "ft  the Boundary will" undoubtedly hear  fruit. They saw here such deposits ot  mineral as they never imagined existed,  and when they return east they will  give glowing' accounts of the wonders  of this section. Some of them are  certain to decide that the Boundary is  just'the place for them to locate and  grownup' with the country���and it is.���  Grand Forks Gazette. r  '  From all the indications there" will  soon be no lack of jxiwer that can be  delivered at any point in the Boundary at a Jess figure than it can he developed locally for. Two strong' cor-  |K>rations, tho��e at Cascade and Bon-  nington Falls, having the water power  already developed, are preparing for  active, operations in building their  lines to Phoenix, and incidentally to  bthei Boundary camps.  At   the  Phoenix 6 bids  present rate of increase,  fair to become well  known as the place where the churches  are, as well as the place where the  mines are.' The Piesbyterians have  already built the finest chun h in the  Boundary, the Catholics have'the site  and will begin building at once. The  Church of England is'preparing to  build, and the MethodiUs have a settled preacher in this field. i  Speaking of the Granby smelter, the  Vancouver Province says: There is  definite ground for stating that Mr.  Flumerfelt has been interesting rapi-  en-  in  rc$$S*~  ^mv,y^  all t6 accomplish the nefarious ends of | ta] m the foundation of a similar  .afewitockjobbers. Jterpiise in this city, but as  to  this  The smelter management says that ,)omt. Mn. i*iumerfcit ')ad nothing  they will not employ the men as long1 for pui,i,cationi Jt is understood,  as they are members of the union, and | however, that the deal is now nearing  in this the management undoubtedly, completion and that Vancouver will  makes a mistake, The men have a fcave a p.omising industry added td its  right to organize, and no sensible man  ilst before this time next year, s  will -object to this as long as the work-    men keep within their rights.    In this      A baseball team from Northport will  case it is acknowledged that they have  ,our Kootenay  in   July.   They  will  .*��r * *. a������ki���s���,,e {al^��!fiiKa��t:  can   hardly   Help  condemning    the team.   This latter game will come off  ^'smelter management, as ordered by about July 4th or 5th in New Denver.  For Sale,  At LOW  PRICE,  II (opi-hqp  If you arei interested, it will pay you  to write to the -" i    '  PIONEER PUB. CO.,     '     >  ,    Phoenix, B. C.  It's Worth Knowing'!  That you can secure about anything in  Furniture, Carpets* UpKol-  -   stering, ��tc,     &      &      &  ' -,   at the establishment of  CLARK <&  BINN^ * *  0��^��� Old Ironsides Ave.  We buy direct from factory, and whether you wish to furnish one  room or filty, we will quote you right prices. Picture Framing to  order, with a large stock to select from.  ������������������UNDERTAKING   AM)   KMBAMHIXO.  J. W.MELLOR  Painting s  Papering ^  Decorating  OSIGN WRITINGS  Paints, Oilsr, Glass,  Varnishes, etc., etc.  / r. .  VALL PAPERS. SASH and DOORS  OUR MOTTO���Beat    Material,    Thorough  Work, Kntire Satisfnction -  Vr. Sf N. Phcne, 86,  J. C. GOUPIL, Agent, Vbot^ St*^  Plates, Tiltns,   Developers, Etc,  J. B. BOYLE  V. &N   rw,. NO. 16.  DRUGGIST.  5  NIGHT nn.i.  C. A. McCLUNG & CO.  Ha%/    firkin-   Fl>i>rl   Wehave a large stock, bought  lldy,  VJrdlll,   rCCU, before the rise and can  quote  PnllfPrl    n^f��     Pit?   close prices. Quotations given  IWIICU    V/aid,    *-l^�� on straight or mixed cars.  Office  Stiitidard  Ateiiue.  Ctas. A. McClfiag & Co.  V & .V  Tcle])lifinr  y>  City Bakery  SLINN & McCAGUi:,  PR0PR1U0RS  V. ��r N. Phone, Ko. 4S  .'     Bread, Cakqs, Ries, Etc., Fresh Daily.  IRONSIDES ADDITION, PHOENIX,*B."c. '       ' Frke Dfuvfri  1  Bellevue   Hotel,  Knob Hill Avk.,  PHOENIX, B.C.  This hotel is centrally located, newly built and newly  furnished throughout. Everything is first-class. Bar  stocked with the finest.   u, EDWARD SIMPSON, Prop.  Knob Hill Hotel,  Is now open to thc Public  Electric Lighted.   <* Electric Bells  Free sample rooms. Heated by hot air  W. V. KEMPT, Manager.     <  FIRST STREET PhoeHlX,   B.    C.  The,  r t    1  Xhoice wines, liquors, and cigars always in stock.  Board byday or week. One trial'and you will remeinbei  The Maple Leaf Forever. N  Maadel & Mutphyt Props.  OLD IRONSIDES AVK.       ' PHOENIX, B  C  c Hotel  NORTH END OF FIRST  J.*E. Meagher, Prop.  r ���* *^  The Fin'est to be had in Wines, I .iqaors and Cigars. w  STREET BRIDGE.  PHOENIX, B. C.  JOB JPWTING   ^  NEAT AND  ATTRACTIVE  AT THE PIONEER JOB OFFICE  Now is the Time to Buy Town Lots in  <>-0<K>-0-0<><>��-<KKM><K^  8 OrtoENIX  The MINING and COMMERCIAL CENTRE  The Townsite Company will sell 40 of  the choice inside business 1 ,ts next to COST PRICE. Your choice for $25 cash and  m��lof^5 C^?1" ��U���n- Deedsc^be^n any time upon pay-  and I50 in six months  ��� ��� ..     .        ,   ��� 6.��v." any  time upon  Comers $200; $50 xn cash, $5o in two Inonths, $50 in fou  ���innt*hG    Two lots go to the corner.  pay-  mouths  They Will Never be as Cheap Again. This is an Investment and no Speculation.  ����'21HSfWUSii?J3t ��tjw*cd in Camp JEIedley on the main wagon road and location  lines of three different railroads, half way between Kenan*? and" Princeton, and  among the coming mines m British Columbia. ^cr����^  ana   rnncciou,  For lurlher particulars apply toH. M. Kecfer room   a    \\u\\      ��*-h    . .   ,    ���  Ernest Kennedy &  Co,   Rossland,  li   c   '-L�� ��� ,-*!,.WaH^e-M.IIer block, Greenwood,  Wash.;- J. J. ]i"a���neld7vancouve'r,'B. C; r' B Ker/V �� mT' Nflb^\B d; A' G" Haiiauei' S|)0-"^  -BAILEY, tlannger, Head Ofl^'Room^wl^L'Btat Oii1SAW.,n'  u&misssmmammimmmtmtmiw  'xeamBssssesBsssm  B.C  Sf  Phoenix.    FRANK THE PHOENIX ?TONEER.  OLD  ON5IDE  TOWNSITE  WaT"  ��>  SPECIAL*.  Dominion Copper Co.'s tots for  j2i@. Call in and make selection.  Residence Lots Ironsides Division,  $500 each,  without building conditions.  $i,coo'for Choice Lot, Dominion  Ave., at the  rink.  Choice Knob Hill Avenue Lots for sale. Money  makers.  Residence Lots for $150 and $175 each on easy  terms. Building Loans. Fire insurance written.  J. E. MILLS, Agent,  Vj & H.TV.h. 81. MORRISON-ANDERSON W.K HIRST ST., FHOKNIX.  Correspondence Solicited.   Visitor* in city are cordially invited to  call end inspect properties.  AND  OTHER   CITY   PROPERTY  * i  FOR   SALE  J. E. MILLS, Agent  )44-H~f �����������+���* ������ ���������444 ������ ��������� ��� ��� ����������������������������4f44"M~*++��� 4-h-^4-40 !  THE BUTTE,  C. W.; ABBOTT. Proprietor.  j/iiJ   '' ���  �����������������$ 'j-|,e gcst Appointed and Equipjied  "���i'1 Hostlery in the Boundaiy.  ���A  flr���-  k "T*lllh popular resort  J * lion been refitted,  i refurnished and tlior-  !oii|cltly    overhauled  thro ighout. anil    fur-  iiinhed  with    nil, the  modern hotel  1 Iciiccn. Local  f IJIatniicc   Tclep  ] cuuilcclioii   with  I offlc-mid Is henduiinr-  I ters for hinge nnd Rail- I  J way traflic: nnJ every f  I attention (s   given to j  ��� vcn.c^cf MreT j  C*B��rCi*l TttVeJCTI  j The hotel has been en> I' *  ���f larecd by the addition I.  or fifteen   nicely   fur-  iitiihed looms,  W.^����aai��iM<as��4M����4^  1 nil, the ���  el conveii- I  I and Long 1  cleph o ii e I  with    the i  L..J     ���  WINES, LIQUORS, and CIGARS.  IMPORTED and DOMESTIC.  ConfertiMe S*��jrle  j*  Rooms far   j��  Tlie  Public   Palroaice  Respectfully Sollcltcd-  We aim to please our present large trade mid  deserve more.  UP-TO-DATE MUSIC HALL.  Dominion Ave.,    PHOENK. B. C.  ��4 ���������>������������ ��� 4-f ��~f 4  i  r-000*����*4��*��+4����������++++��-HO  ....HOTEL BROOKLYN....  (Formerly the Metropolitan^)  High class.wines, liquors and cigars always in stoclc.  yenient sample room  for- ConimerciaL Men.  class Cafe in connection.   '  Con-  First-  HUGHIE McGUIRE, Prop  CALIFORNIA   WINE   CO.,   DEALERS IN   o-  i  Fine Wines and   <4*   <��  the  Choicest of Cigars  -o  ::  <���  Agents for Calgary  Beer:        ���  NELSON, B. C.  PALACE   LIVERY   STABLE  Stageand Transfer Line,      I  THE MAN BEHIND THE PICK.  There   ha^.   been all   kinds of gush about the  man who is behind,  And the   man   behind   the cannon  has been  toasted, wined, dined.  There's the man behind the musket, and the  man behind the fence;  And the man behind lii.i whiskers, and the man  behind his mils;  And the man behind the plow beam, and the  man behind the hoc;  And tlie man behind the ballot, ami the man be-  ,111ml the dough;  And tlie man behind the counter, and the man  behind tlie hill;  And the man behind the pestle, mid the in-n behind thc pill, ���   ,  And the man behind thc jimmy, and the man  behind the bars;  And the Johnny who goes swooping on the stage  behind the sluts,  And the mini behind the kisser, and thc man behind tlie list:  And the girl behind the man liehlnd the gun is on  ~   the list;  And the mail behind the bottle, and when they  were short of men,  .There was some small rhymster warbled about  the man behind the pen;  Hut they unused the honest fellow, and I'm raising ol a kick;  They didn't make a mention of the man liehlnd  the pick,  Up the rugged mountain side a thousand feet he  takes his way;    " ' .'  Or as far into the darkness fro'in (he cheering  light of day; '  lie is shut out from the sunlight, iu the glimmer  of the lamps;  He is cut off Irom the sweet, air. in'the siqkly  fumes and dumps;  He must toil iu cramped positions, he must lake  his life in hand,  For he works in deadly peril that but  few can  understand, . '   .  nut he does it all in silence, and he seldom makes  a kick,    ,  Which is why I sing the praise* of the man behind the pick.    '  He unlocks the bolted portals of the mountain to  the stores       ,  Hid in nature's exchequer in her treasure house  of ores..     . . ,,  He applies the key dynamite and the* gates are  backward rolled,  And thc ancient  rock- are riven U> their secret  heart of gold,  Things of comfort nnd beauty and of usefulness'  are mined,  By this braye and quM worker: ht's a friend of  humankind  Who, though  trampled  down   and underpaid,  .'  toiUon without a kick, ' -  So I lift mi hat in honor to tlie man behind the  -   pick." -������''-���'���  ,     ���Western  Mining World.  at Rossland was very close. The  water works by-law won by 116 to 73,  or just three votes more than the  three-fifths required. The sewer bylaw lost by 80 to 108, or by 4 votes.  If the general scope' of the Oriental  Commission may fairly be guaged by  the visit paid Vernon by that body,  the conclusion must be reached that  the scheme savors more of a political  dodge than a matter of public utility.  ���Vernon News.  A Winnipeg reporter who went to  interview Mr. 1). I). Mannon railway  matters, makes the rather unnecesaaiy  statement that Mr. Maiiir relused to  talk. To those who know Mr. Mann  the ex))ectntion of the re|>orter that he  would talk seems almost comical.���  Colonist.  We are of the opinion that it would  be a good move on the part of the  government to cause notices to be  published in the, press each year reminding those holding mining licences  of the necessity of renewing them ,pfi  or before May 3'rst.!���Kam!oops Sentinel.  "An insane person1 by the name of  Faddy Sullivan, a miner from Phoenix,  was taken in charge by Deputy Sheriff \V. L. Terry Monday and sent, to  Colville Wednesday 'to be examined  for commitment to the asylum., Paddy is not obstreperous, but his hallucination is that fipme one is after  him,' and he is continually hiding some  imaginary articlc^-Kossburg Journal.  Population of B. C. Cliles.  The population of the incor|>oraled  cities of the piovince will aggregate  90,000. Vancouver' will head the list  with*:Victoria second.. Third place will  be taken by Rossland/ Nelson will  come fourth, New Westminster fifth  and Nanaimo sixth, Kaslo, Kamloops,  Greenwood, Revelstoke, Grand Forks,  Phoenix and Vernon will be in a  bunch. Sandon, Slocan City, Trail,  Columbia, and Cumbeiland'"will bring  up the 1 ear, I'he population of the  district municipalities and unorganized  IKwtions of the province will be in the  neighborhood of 60,000, exclusive of  Indians,���Nelson Tribune.  Phoenix 2 Bakery  C. XV. GREER, Prop.  Phoenix' Street,  Opp. P.  0.  Bread Delivered Daily to all.  parts of the City.    ,  When we say we make good Bread  ue are only repeating the words of  out many customers. To the stranger  we say, Try it and be convinced.  VIKS, CAKKS. C00KIKS, DOUGH- ���  NUTS, Etc., always on hand.  Light Express in Connection  V, & N PIIONR, 53.  ���������������������������������������������'  t  Merchant  TAILORING  PHOENIX,  B. O.  ***��-��-�� **-**-���*�������������  �����*������������������*  FROM FAR AND NEAR.  Stage leaves   Phoenix   for" Greenwood 8 a. m.  Leaves Greenwood 10 a.  m.  Leaves Phoenix     1 p. m.  Leaves Greenwood  4 p. m.  Best turnouts in the Boundary,  long: drives. COLLINS &  Horses well suited for  flcQILLIS, Props.  '.*;*:*>#:****:*>*:*>.**:*���'  The Lion Bottling Works  GREENWOOD and PHOENIX, B. C.  ��� ��>+4 ���>*������>��**����������* v*   SOLE AGKNTS FOK THE   Lion Brewing Co.  Of Rossland. the Largest Brewery in British Columbia.  ���GENERAL   EXPORT   AGENTS���  Blue Label Rsir^'  Setters   Natural   Mineral Wate  Wiesbaden, Germany.  JAS. McCREATH & CO.. Props.  O90O000000<X��0OO00<MX)0<K)0<X)0O0000O0000O00000O00O00O0(M  d. w. Mcdonald  Plumbing  aguuaanwnmvawm  & Tinning  Job Work Promptly Attended to. Pht)CniXt  i'lioenix street (Back of Poitoffice.) V. & N. Phone No. 44. S '  B.C  PHOENIX SEG03SJD HAND   STORE  ,     :    New and Second Hand ���Furniture aud  .     ;      Goods Bought, Sold and Exchanged.  New show case for sale. '���  ... .CABINET AND UPHOLSTERING WORK DONE. ...  Kno1t)^31i,Ave.,     ;    :     :  : Next to, Bell's Stables.  .������Painter, Decorator arid Paper Hanger  $Sgr**Sign Painting on short notice, j Office aud shop:  Prompt attention to all orders.. . . .| >     Phoenix Street.  ���u-  O  Knob Hill Cafe  " This popular restaurant is now under the nianage-  ��J*||. meut of Harry Odanis, one of the best known caterers  in the Boundary.    He solicits your patronage.  Opp.   Eastern Townships   BanS. First   Street.  ���������*��������������������������*���������������������������  ". The Kootenay river is  above '���high  water mark.  Cianbrook had a most successful  race meeting last week. "���>. ���  .The Payne'and Last Chance mines  in the Slocan are closed down.  President Shaughnessy has returned  from England and denies C. P. R.  amalgamation rumors.  The Northern. Pacific lines in Manitoba have been transferred to the  Manitoba government.'  The act incorpoiating the city of  Slocan has been signed and the first  election will occur June 22d.  The Filipinos have the same nasty  habit as the Boers���they keep on  fighting after thc war is over.���Rossland Miner.  Fied C. Garde, chief engineer of the  War Eagle and Centre Star mines, has  bean appointed manager of the Payne  mine at Sandon.   -  Allan C- Stewart, of Vancouver, has  been appointed school inspector for  East 'and West Kootenay, with residence at Nelson.  The population of England and  Wales on March 31 was 32,525,716,  an increase of 3,523,191, or 12.15 Per  cent in the last 10 yea is.  Nelson's assessment roll for 1901  shows a total assessment of $2,291,979  of which lands lepie.scm $1,230,840  and improvements $1,061,136.  ��� K.' C. Killeen, of Victoria, has been  appointed inspector of public works  and chief superintendent of roads,  streets and bridges for the province.  It is seuii-officially announced that  when all the census returns are in, the  population of Montreal,' including the  suburbs, will be. about 310,000.  Toronto's population will be apprpxi-  m'ately 222,6.00.   v  'Sneak, thieves aiid, hold-up men wilj  in th&futuregiye.GreenwooiJ the go-by.  'I'he'reception given therii by-1'olice  Magistrate Hallett is altogether too  warm to suit them.���Greenwood  Times.     .  Ed Boyce, president of the VVestern  Federation of miners, was married a  few days since at Wardner, to Miss  Eleanor B. Day of Wardner, who is  one of the best known school teachers  in Idaho.  "British Columbia, the .mineral  province of Canada," is the title of a  well got up pamphlet, to be circulated  at the Glasgow and Buffalo expositions.  The work was done at the office pf the  king's printer, Victoria.  It is now doubtful 'whether British  Columbia will obtain larger representation in the Dominion parliament, as  the'increase iii population in this province is said to be offset by the increase  in Qubec.���Kootenay Mail,  The voting on  two money by-laws  Tkege are Certified Assayers.  According to the last issue of the  British Columbia Gazette, certificates  of efficiency in assaytlig have been is-  rued by the ministertol mines to the  following: John W/Austin, Vancouver; Roy H. Clarke,* Rossland; Norman Carmichael, jjelson; Athelstan  Day, Vancouver; 'A. B. C. Davis,  Greenwood; Ed. Dedolph, Kaslo; R.  S. Haseltine,-Rossland; Ch. F. Nicholson, Peterboro, Windermere district;  Walter G. Perkins; "Grand Forks; 'i\  D. Pickard, Kamloops; Blanchard M.  Snyder, Spokane;" Wm>D. Snyder,  Vancouver; E. ..Walker Widdowson,  Trail; Gustave Tunfiberg, Greenwood;  Arthur A. Gole, Rossland; Fred- Cow-  ands, Silverton; Howard A. Dixon,  Toronto; J, T. Raoul Green, Nelson;  Reginald E. McAithur, Rossland; H.  Nellis Thompson, Trail.  <&  Cheaper Produce for tbe Miner.  ,Geneial Superintendent Marpole,  of the C. P. R., on '"his "return from  the east last week, made an announcement ot considerable interest and importance to the residents of the mining  towns of the inteiior, when he stated  that a bianch of the C. P. R. would  be built to Chilliwhack this year and  that construction would commence  immediately. The line will iim fiom  near Mission up the Eraser valley, a  distance of 30 miles. The decision to,  builJ this branch at once is in pur-'  suance of the policy of the railway  company to secuie a cheaper supply of  produce for the mining districts and at  the same time to assist the farmeis of  the province to extend their  markets.  "W7E have the  W finest line of  goods ever brought  to Phoenix, which  we are making up t  in the latest and .['���  most, approved ;:  styles. Aninspec- f  tion is invited.  ajja  r. horrelL   !  "Bob'the Tailor."      ;    |  Morrison-Anderson   BM'u,    FIRST   ST.   ���  �������������������� ��� M> ���.���������������� ���������>������+���  DAN    BURNS  GENERAL  ,     LACKSMITHING AND  REPAIR SHOP  HORSESHOEING  o A o SPECIALTY  ���'.*,'  Dominion Ave.;   PHOENIX  EASTERN  Townships Bank,  ESTABLISHED 1859.  CAPITAL " -       -     -     -**    $2,000,030  RESERVE FUND   -    -    $900,000  BOARD OP DIRECTORS:  R.W. Hrmkkkb, President, Hon. M. II. Cochrane, Vicc-Jrcs , Israel Wood. J, S. Mitchell,  C. Slcvcim,  J. N. Galer, N. W.Tlioman, C. H.  Kathan, H.-H/iBrown, Q. C.  HSAD OFFICK, SHK.RBROOKE, P. Q.  Wm.   Pakwkix,   Oen'I Mgr.,  Jan. Maekmnoii,  AMixlant Gen'l Mgr.  S. Kdoki.i,,  Local Mgr.  S. V. Mokrv. Inspector of llntticlien.  11RANCIIK8.  In Province ofQuebec���  Waterloo, W, I. Briggs, Manager.  Rock bland, ti. Stevens, Manager.  Cowatnivllle.II. F. Williams, Mgr.  Coatico^k,J).Auiitiii, Manager.  Richniondj-W.T.. Ball,  Granby, W. 11. Roliltison,"  Bedford, V��� W. Morgan,    "  Magog.!{.' P. Olivier. "  1       St. Hyadnthe, J. Laframboixe, Mgr.  Huntingdon, K. N. Robinson, Mgr.  Ormatowii, W. II, Hargiavc, Acting Mgr.  Iii Province of Britiuli Columbia��� '  Grand Forks, Wm. Spier, Mgr  Plioenlx, ������ Mgr.  Agents in Montreal,* Bank of Montreal, London, Kng., National Bank of Scotland; Boston,  National Exchange Bank; New York, National  Park Bank.  Collections    made at   all   accessible    points.  Drafts issued for 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 coin- -  pounded annually without requiring attention of  depositor.  Office Hours. 10-3; Saturday from 10 to 12.  Write for pi ices'on all'kinds''of���  Riding Saddles, Pack Outfits,  Saddle   Blankets,    Cinchas  '���> and Harness, i'rices the lowest  H. C. SMITH, Grand Forks  _*      v;&'N.Tel  11. d. pun  Phoenix.Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaranteed.   Imported Goods.  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES MADE TO  , , ,   ORDER,  PRACTICAL MINERS' AND PROSPECTORS' SHOES   A "SPECIALTY.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������a*  5 Smoke I  JRELOWNAi  CIGARS,  o   o  UNION MADE        ���  ������������������������������������������������������������������������A  Corner Phoenix St. and Brooklyn Ave.  B. KERR,  Barrister and Solicitor,  notary public.  PHOENIX, B. C.  ALDHAfl & BLUNT,  Mine Surveyors,  . and Draughtsmen.  & N. ���Phone, No. 70. PHOENIX, B: C.  Dom. Fa press Money Urdeis for sale  Play a  Prominent  Part in the  Prevention  from  Pains  Peculiar to  Phoenicians  r. Mckenzie & co.  DRUOGISTS.  Notice to Creditors.  In the matter of the Wvnkoop-Stephens Trading  Company Limited,aud 111 the matter ot the  "Companies Winding Up Act", 1S9S."  Notice i*- hereby given that the creditors of the  above named company are required 011 or before  the 9th day of July, 1901, to send their mimes and  addresses, and the particulars of their debts or  claims to the undersigned J. K. ]remetm*n>, the  liquidator of the said company, and if so lequired  by notice in writing from the said liquidator arc  to come in and prove their said debts or claims  at such lime and place as shall 1m.- specified in  such notice, or in default thereof they will be  excluded from the benefit of any distribution  made before such debts are proved.  Dated at I'lioenix, n. C, this 25th dayof May,  1901.  J. F. HKMKNWAY.  Liquidator of the above named Compauv.  30'  R. A. SCOTT,  Contractor and Huii.dkr.  Estimates Furnished.  I'HOENIX, B. C.  H. S. CAV1.KY.  W. B. COCHRANE.  CAYLEY & COCHRANE,  Solicitors, Etc.  PHOENIX, B. C.  rAN^DIANz-y  V -pACJ'.FrC'AY'  d  EAST  31st May.    Sthjune  Pan-American  Excursions to Buffalo.  June 4, 18.    July  2,   16.  Aug. 6, 20.  Imperial Limited  iotli   June.  For Time tables, rates  and   full information  call on or address nearest local agent, 01  O. W. Dey, E.J.Coyii-,.  Agent, A G.P.Agt  Phoeni\, li. C.   Vancoiner, B C.  ��� J. S. Carter, D. P. A ,  Nelson, B C.  D. WHITESIDE,  Barrister & Solicitor,  Graves-Williams Block.  LL'  livery,  KKKD  STABLES  AND  SALE  H. BELL,  Knob Hill  Ave.  Good Saddle, Pack and  Driving Horses, Heavy  Draying. Charges Reasonable.  Phoenix, B. C.  Steam Boiler Inspectors* Examination.  Applications for examination for Steam Boiler  Inspt.'ctors will be received by the Chief Iiispj clor  of .Steam Boilers, New Westminster, B. C, up to  June 10th, 1901. Applicants must be between  the nges of 25 and 50'years, they must have had  at least 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, Kew Westminster, B.C.,  and must be properly filled in 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 $100 per mouth.  W. C. WJKLLS,  Chief Commissioner of Lands aud Works  Lands and Works Department,  Victoria, B. C, 22nd May, 1901. 30  PHOENIX, B. C.  D. J. MATHESON,  INSURANCK AOKNT,  FIRE," LIKE, ACCIDKNT.  ("onmilssidiu'i- Cur tiikins; Affidavits.  Phoenix, B.  WINTER SCHEDULE.  Spokane fi and northern  NELSONS   FORT   SHEPPARD  RED MOUNTAIN JiT.  The only all-rail route liituciti all points ea-st,  west, and south to Rossland, Nelson nnd .ill intermediate points, coiinectniK.it Spokane will]  the Great Northern, Northern Pacific undo R N.  N. Co.  Connects at Nelson ��ith stimuir foi Kaslo and  all Kootenay Lake points.  Connects "nt Meyer's Falls with stage dailv for  Republic, and connects ut HossliurR with s'tat;e  daily for Grand Forks nud Greenwood.  KI'FKCTIV/-: SUNDAY, DKC.   25,  1900.  Leave.  8:30 a. m..  11:50 a. 111  7:00 a. in.  Duily Train  Arrive.  .....6:40 p.  111.   3:10 p. 111.   1:t* 11.   ill.  Phoenix Lodge No. 28,  Knights of Pytl'ias.  Meets every Tuesday night  ut 7:30 p. 111., Miners' Union  Hall.  Visiling bretlirep  welc.iuc.  C. A. ��IcCm.'NO, K. R. S.  J. A. Ci.ark, C. C.  IV 1  ...Spokane   .Rossland   ..'.Nelson........  Night Train.  9:45 p. in Spokane 7:0011.111.  11:00 p. in Rossland .7:00 a. in.  Kirst clnssslee|>ers 011 night train  11. 'A.JACKSON,  General Passenger Agent.  H. I>. BROW N, Agent,  Rosslaml. B.C:  ��-<h-*  MINERAL ACT.  Crrtlficates 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 of the City of Phoenix.  Take    notice'  that I, John    Louis Grahame  BOUNDARY   CREEK  DISTRICT.  LINK OF--  LICENSE  Silver, Silvcrine and  Gold Filled Cases  They are beauties. Call and see them.  Applications For Liquor License.  Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned have applied to the Board of License Commissioners for the Boundary Creek" License Dis '       ...    -.                 trict at their next sitting for a renewal of their !  Abbott acting as agent for the British Columbia ! licenses to sell liquor by retail oil the premises  (Rossland and Slocan) Syndicate, Limited, Free I named beginning on the first day of July, 19m;  Miner's certificate No. b 41161, intend 60 days | said next sitting of Ihe board will be held on  from the date hereof to apply to the Mining ! Saturday, 15th day of June, 1901, at 10 o'clock in  Recordei for certificates of Improvements for the   the forenoon .at the' Commercial  Hotel, F.holt,  HENDERSON,  THE   J K W K L If: K.  Souvenir Spoons always in stock.  &-O-Q-0-Q �� 9 o-e-��-��-ft-��-  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 26th day January, 1901.  36 t. L. G. Aft"?!?-  Buker,  Clifton   Hotel, Hartford Juno  B.C.  W. T.  tion  C. A. Ilngelberg, Copper Plate Hotel, Summit.  R. V. Chisholm, Windsor Hotel, Summit.  I. A. DINSMORK.  Chief License Inspector.  PRACTICAL HOI'S!{ AN1> SIGN  PAINTIiRS, DECORATORS, KTC.  Phone: Columbia 35.  Phoenix and  Greenwood, B.C.  j -rm  ,, -"���}-��  yj is  , 1 i  '   si  r<TV  M  A��  m  f'Cl  <~4i  %  'm  ���JP' I  4  mi  m  wd  ���'��  ���SSLi  m  ,7  f'  M  ���At  :5 V  I  yy  >M ���  '���     . .��� .''������:���_     ; .$. '������JfcS,*f4  -.��._.   _���,___^^--��'.������ ���-T-���"*"reF"*rv���f^"^"','^T^ "nj"1 ���,"���~Tit''"V7T" "Vjn.��i     . \i~>- h �����.��. - �� 1 -.-r���.���������.,,c ���_,__,.l  _,w  ���,.,        ���_T..-��_^. ,, __, _���- ,���__��.._, ��,_ ___,,���__ y^.   ".* ��� ��"��< ��   fii.i'3  I >�� ��*��� - �� x l'     j.|T"'* "i 'j�� * -' 1 "     ��I ���' >ll �����-���*����� 1- ��� * I     ' .. -^   f .t.      i ��� *v      - *      .'    '     ~   , ��� II'       h       ���       !���     ���      1       1 i��--��'S t"-l^ ~r I 1*�� ����������-�����������      I  ������-.���*  A, th�� phoenix pioneer.  :.. s  DOMINION  COPPER  COMPANY'S  ADDITION  maWa*aw*maWmM***aaaaaaMaaaaa*a  TO  M  THIS Property is right in the heart of the city.   We are Selling Agents* and nw  if you want a Choice  Lot,   call  at  once.     Everybody M(^s where Mm  Phoenix 'is, the .:;;;: ii  Pay Roll City of Britisl&iifel  WE HANDLE MINES AND ALL THE   LEhD^^rMs*1^MM^M  CHOICE  BUSINESS  AND  RESIDENCE  LOTS IN iJ^^-PbWicWs^MB  the city. -       ; myy;��:��-,,tS:   %:-$Myyy  ����;,.'���'- .::>;.������*.���A--..;:.'  PHOENIX  RUMBERGER & TAYLOR, .p��|i,ili.  REAL ESTATE AND MINES,  TI  Slaughter sale of Mcn'sf urnisltin^  We have put our Large Stock of Men's Furnishings on the 8  ~ market at less than fire sale prices.   Call and inspect. ��  IrLAW^jiiQUAID   COMPANY.   Limited i  �� -   *'--��;>-^rfr     .   OPPOSITE OLD  IRONSIDES HOTEL.        '       ",   ' J  :-*����*���./       '    ' ���_^*aK��$  "<*      For a Fine Fitting Suit of Clothes or a Sprint  i Overcoat, made upin the latest style and with the  ���best trimmings, call on: ,  ^MpAUU^FE,   THE   TAILOR  , J2_ , \ *      '. * V-'*   Opposite the Post Office. *  'A, Who carries a large stock of Fine English, French and Scotch Tweeds and  .Serges.. Only;union help employed.    .-  SEAR'S ^ GENTS' S. FURNISHING,  =DRY  GOODS,   BOOTS    AND   SHOES.:  A  LTHOUGH OUR EIGHT-  Day Sale is "off we are still  offering our Boy's, Youths/  and Men's Clothing. Bed Sheeting  way down. Also have few nice pat  terns in Carpets. - Must dose o jt  Clothing way down fcffcash *  laving just taken over  v    ,,       . .. -7  _,     . ' ' ��consigr.mcnt of Boys'  Youth s and Men s Clothing at a great bargain, we propose to give you thc benefit  Large stock vi Pants at a big discount. We are headquarters on Shoes for Hoys', Girls'  Youths/ Misses,' Men's, and Ladies in imitorted anddomestic niaKes, ami will make  you satisfactoiy prices. ���  OLD IRONSIDES AVENUE.  CHAS. SEARS, Manager.  BUSINESS MENTION.  ^msspsssssssotsk  <y -  y a  ,* <-���*���   *,* r\i  '���';  .-*)..  * ' ' ,-  ~?^y  r��A ���  -.^  -^���^-L^'-G&fci  Dr. Mathison"; "dentist, Greenwood,  both/phones.,      , ,.   . >,   y    S'J  , , James Breen < left  by   Thursday's  train for Ros"sland.' > -' "' "���     ,'  C W.< Vedder, of Greenwood was a  ' visitor in town Thursday. v  < . O. N. Bell, of Grand Forks, was a  visitor in town, last Monday.  Barrister Cochrane spent*  several  days' at Grand Forks thisVeek.  _Hugh McGuire retumedVrrjursday  - /v0ni a top"!" ^Vest-Kootenay, towns,  '*��� r Rtid CroweU,rw'fe ,and -sonv have  /returned from<a trip to Bossburg, - tak-  - en for Mr. Crowell's health. '   ,, '  t     Ricbard-PJewman,  who Jiad" been  spending several dajs at the Winnipeg,  * returned to, Rossland last Monday.   ���  ������     McArthur'&'Monk have been ap-  > pointed agents of th�� McMillan block}  Amos H, Rumberger has' accepted.  a position in the hardware department  of Morrin, ^Thompson & Co., and has  assumed his duties. He has had" a  wide experience In the hardware line  Thursday afternoon at the**schoolhouse  at four o'clock, to consider' ways and  means.      . .4       .  Monday evening a meeting of those  interested in lacrosse was held at  the  htTl ^itfLZ*%    " ���^<*  "���*!,   "hen   Tommy  sold the T. A. Blair house "and lot,  corner of Brooklyn avenue and *Cim-  eron .street, to Harry S. Stent., Mr.  Stent will piobably J build another  house on the property.  'J. Roderick  Robertson, managing  director, and \V. F. Anderson,  super-  Lyons was appointed captain and  manager,' and steps were taken towards  securing grounds-. It is expected to  arrange a game'ar Grand Foiks for  July m st.      '*��� ^ "  Services- will be held tomorrow  in  St.  Andrews' Presbyterian  church at  intendent, of the company owning the1' ��� ������- m." and 7.30 p. m. The morn  Cascade water power, were in town ing subject will be ".'Singleness of Pur-  early in, the week, looking over the |x��se,';-and the evening' seiviee the say-  giound from a power standpoint ' i"g of Jesus, '���! Am tbe Way." A  A half interest of p. H Bell's in m��St :cordial- '"nvitation*" extended to  lot 20, block 18,.Knorj.Hill avenue, >��Verybody-, -  has been sold by J. E. Mills to S. G. J Philip W. W. King, of the Snow-  Knight.' Several other deals are neai-' shoe local staff, left last Saturday^lor  ing completion, besides considerable I Vancouver and Victoria on company  inquiry relative to business and resi- business. ^On hfs return he will come  r��='' J*1   ���  ;>��*��y "  *��*.<< ^ -, ^' \  'JA~*'V  'i.'ti  T       rr  -vr / '���>.  1 .' "  ���*���   ?.   \  ^ J?  &.^',.v  Jt  fcisl.  'J  ^ ;*-v.  ^ 4  * ' - no be erected at'once on  Knob;.Hill  y     avenue.    , ;/ : (J<t ^   '  ��� >    ;M. J. Ready, of the Sullivan Machine Co.]jSppkane^w-as calling^jipon  '   ^ ��the local mining concerns test Wed-  ;    ^nesday.,  'C,,  \Iay-P.i Graves and-A.  C.  FIumer:  , * ' felt, who spent a cou|Jle' of days iri the  city-this week,'left for the Forks on  ^* Wednesday's train.'  -,       Jack ilanley, who is in charge" of  ' ''���'ihe development1 being.done'on the R.  *     Bell, in Summit camp, was a visitor  in town last Wednesday.        '    -  - < I'he summer service on the C. P.  R. will be inaugurated., next Monday,  the 10th, when the Imperial Limited  train is put on the main line.  Harry Bell was awarded the contract loi clearing and putting in shape  the two new, .courts of the Phoenix  Tennis Club for $145, and has begun  the work.    4 - <  ,  '   Methodist services wiU.be* held ���  - "morrow evening at the school- house,  and each Sunday ^evening hereaiter  _<   until further^ notice.'   Rev. R. B. Kin-  ^s>  ney, pastor."'        '-  The' ladies -oL~the Presbyterian  ^ church will give ai^ice'cream soci&f at  ,. '-the church Wednesday evening, June  * X^th, and cordially invite iheir  ntany  ' fnends.^o be present, j '  '  Parties considering the procuring of  , building loans should decide the mat-  > j  ter as soon as possible, and call.on J.  /' B.Boyle, agent, and put in then   application so as to save time.  The hrst man  t6 pay real estate  ta'ies   to   the city of   Phoenix   was  Bernard   Fahey,  of .Mullan,   Idaho.  The city collector has been  leceivmg  ���< .fai.es suite last Saturday, June ist.  -'"*'- ���*"jl'l)ur>day evening, June 20th, is  , the date set for the installation of the  ; ^ WwVOdd  Fe!IoH,s   lodge at  Miner.s'  ^Uniou hall.  -Deputy Law, of Grten-;  vood, will act as the installing officer  dential sites.  The work of moving the old Morrin  & Thompson ' building to the rear of  the lot was completed this week, and  the order for the lumber for the new  two-story building which will soon  ornament Dominion avenue, has been  placed, the work to be done bvJ day's  labor. J~ *    -        . <  The site that the Church ,of England expects tp build on is located at  the northeast corner 'of, Victoria avenue and Second street. A meeting of  those < interested f wijl ' be   held   next  in bv way of the Hope trail and the  Similkameen, and take a look at the  coal lauds in which he "became interested last sprmg. He will be back in  about ten days:  Dr. -Simmons, dentist, Rendell  Block, Greenwood. V. & N. phone 96.  Good comfortable rooms at reasonable rates, at.tfdrden hotel, Dominion  avenue: * " r \ - ��� *���*  u Mr. Otis, piano' tuner, will be in  Greenwood June 3rd. Leave orders  at "Greenwood Music store.  To Rent. A large furnished bedroom tin private house, suitable 'for  two gentlemen. ��� Apply at office of  this paiwr.       "'  '   See Almstrom & Berg at  the Nor  den hotel, Dominion avenue.        * '  For Sale���Good laying hens/ Apply  to Mrs. W. B.~WJllcox, Grey Eagle ave  Stores and offices,to rent in   Morrison Anderson block.    Apply  to McArthur & Monk. *  Nitrous oxide and oxygen for' pain  less extraction of teeth at Dr. Mathi-  son's.    Both phones. *  ' Good comfortable rooms at reason  able rates, at Norden 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.   1 ^  One modern-style, oak case, fully  guaranteed at^ $275. Greenwood  Music Stores Gjreenwood, B. C.  Dominion c#per  Company's Addition  10 Phoenix  We handle desirable  Business and Residence  Lots in alPparts of the  City. Conduct a General  Brokerage and Insurance  ' Business.  McMuue & mm,  ** i ^  AGENTS.  GRAVES WILLIAMS  BLOCK.  PHONE:  V. & N., 52.  Dr. McDonald will be at his dental.  ofrice,Giaves Williams block.from June '  12th to 15th.     "  . McArthur & Monk have been appointed agents for the Hirkbeck Insurance and Savings Co., of Toronto.  Corporation of the City  of. Phoenix.  Notice.  Dogs found within the city limits after tlie 15th  Inst, on which dog tax has not been paid for  1901, will lie impounded and shot  D McMillan,  Chief of Police  ������*9a ������������������ ��������������������������#**��  Wew York Central...  v&*",��"!6S- Mrs. A. M. Halt Proprietor.  FURNISHED ROOMS AND PRIVATE BOARD  ���-���-���-���-���-#-��-��^-��-^-��-��-o��-#-��-o  o*��o������, ^m ���������������������������������������#���������������������������������������������������������..���.���.��,.   =  *  to-   J  -5  e  DRY GOODS  UNTE  DOMINION AVENUE.  e  a  ��  a  ���  e  o  0  a  *  ��  ���  e  a  o  0  a  ��  ��  a  a  e  ���  All the Ladies  :  ; ',     Will be Interested jn  WHTEWEAR  'a* # and WALKING SKIRTS * j*  '999  Not low grades, but Imported Worsteds, Tweeds  and Serges, made  For the Nicest Selection ever  opened up  ==IN  TOWN=  SEE   OUR WINDOWS  Wj  'e9009*&0*090009e9��09ee*9#9KQtJ99��Q��990��'��9*tloe>9Q099e9t  )t- ���>ll . "  TO FIT  and to wear.     Our prices  are such as will please an}-  "-���Try y�����TwrKiij[t�� mm j-b i-iiT -i ��� muf  r. ��-v^  3 kn i  ���v i;3iii

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