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 1  OVER.-  400 MEN  Aie    working   in   the  mines around I'hoenix.     \  -0  Voi. I.  rS!*  iwwvwwwyuww  m  Miners Union  Is Alive to the Requirements1     -      -  -  of its members.  If IHHLVfli CO.. Umilett-  -.  Is "Alive to the Requirements  of the public.  o  Fijll and Complete Lines.  Groceries  Hardware  . Crockery  Queeusware  Tinware  Dry Goods  Furnishings  Jlats, Caps.  Boot and Shoes,  Slippers.  Hercules  Powder,  Caps  Fuse"   ^  /'  Mining*  Supplies  Mi  Complete Line of Carpenters* Tools   NOW IN.���{  teilj Trade \ Specialty.  Prompt Ddnrery-  ^ ffji~JLt}JX>iMi<  <2j  "Y"HL^-y^  T'.-> v. < -a >/  PHOENIX  1-, ! ��� a t-C'.-i   i\ mi 1! nt ol  any   odiei  Camp.  JJoundarv  O-  1  i  Devoted to the Interests cf the Boundary Mining; District.  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1900.  No. to.  IS FULLY ORGANIZED  Board  of  Trade  Formed  Phoenix.,  in  SOLID BUSINESS MEN AIE BEHIND IT  Oeor|�� W. Riimbencr Prealdeal; Qeo. R. Wya-  koop, VIce-PreaMeat, aad W. B. Willcox,  SecretaryCouacll el Eight Already at  Work,  , The Phoenix Board of Trade 'was  organized at a meeting of business men  and citizens held last Monday evening  at the Imperial hotel. The call for  tlie gathering api>eared in last Saturday's Pioneer, and resulted in a large  attendance of representative Phocnif  men. The meeting was called to order  .by I.. C. Crawford, who has done a  good deal in the way of-working up  an interest in the idea. George \V.  Rumberger was selected as teuiiwrary  chairman and \V. B. AVillcox as secretary. Remarks were then made by  Messrs., Crawford, Kerr, Cochrane,  Wynkoop, Sears and others, and it was  the universal opinion that a board of  trade could be made of great benefit to  I'hoenix and the tributary camps. It  "was accordingly decided to proceed at  once to organize, after a canvas of the  38 gentlemen present who agreed,  without exception, to join.'  The!, following officers were then  elected for the first, term: President,  George \V. Rumberger; vice-president,  George R. Wynkoop;' secretary, \V. li.  Willcox. A councir oi eight was then  selected^-consistin^-of' the following  .gentlemen: \V. R.~Williarns, Noble  Binns, F. H. CanniiT, G".*S. Gordon,  L. C. 'Crawford, R.'B. Kerr, J. A.  Morrin and M. L. Foley., This council willact as an advisory -board or  executive committee, the officers being  ex-officio members of it.  It was decided to make a nominal  initiation fee of $1, with dues ot $1  per month. The regular meeting  nights for the board were set fcr the  second Monday in the month.,, . * ..  Throughout ihe meeting was har-  monious,^and,it was evident that those  present believed that no' little benefit  would accrue by getting together'as a"  board of trade.  Those who were present and joined  and who have since had ' their., names  added to the list, were: W.R'. Williams,  E.lVeeks, H. F. Hemenvyay, ,Ef C.  Keith, George Runtberger, George R-  Wynkoop, L. C. Crawlord, R.B. Kerr,  C. F. Sears, M. J. Walker, Morrin &  Thompson, W. B. Cochrane, N. Robinson, A. G. Simpson, J. li. Meagher,  C. H. Mullen, W. J. Sanders, M. L.  Foley, J. B. Boyle, A. 'I.. Reeve, A. S.  Williamson, Wm. Hunter, C..W. Abbott, J. R. Cameroni N. Binns, F. W.'  CanniA*. A. Henderson, John McRae,  H. S. Stewart, "A". "P." McKenzie, J. E.  Mills, T. J. Slack, G. S. Gordon^ W.  L. Russell, R. B. Boucher, Vaughan  & Mclnnes, 'John' Horsey, John A.  Munson, Ed. Simpson, Ira Black, W.  B. Willcox.  'After the .meeting a> numberycame  forward; andlpaid'dues^to the amount  of $44. :'P'"' y;P';.p .'.'��� "'' ""'. :'���'  -  First Meeting of the Council.  Wednesday evening the first meeting of the council'. of ; the ^Phoenix.  Board of Trade was held at the office  of the secretary,every.member but one  being present, with President Rumberg-  epin the chair., ���P'%:'p"P     v-P PP "P."  ;Mr. Kerr stated that he had drawn  up the form of certificate to'.forward to  Ottawa,, after being signed by at least  36 of the qualified members. 'Messrs.  Kerr and Crawford were appointed a  committee to attend to the matter.  After canvassing the subject pretty  thoroughly, a committee was 'appoint-,  ed, consisting of. Rumberger, Morrin  and Gordon to look into the 'matter  and secure data and all available information in regard to the distance,  route, cost, etc., of building wagon  roads to Summit, and Central camps.  Messrs. Binns, Kerr, arid Crawford  were appointed as a committee on bylaws and order of business.  It was moved by Dr. Gordon, seconded by Mr. Morrin, and carried that  J as.' iM.: Martin, M. P. P., be asked to  present to the provincial government  the unanimous request of the Phoenix  Board of Trade to place in the estimates for 1900 the sum of $1000 lor  construction and .equipment of the  Phoenix General Hospital, and the  further .gum of $500 jier annum, with  50 cents per day jwr; patient towaids  current expenses of said -hospital; and  that the secretary be instructed to send  a copy of this resolution to Mr. Martin  to be acted on by him.  Motion by Kerr and Crawford that,  whereas, the duties of the gold com-  miAJ��ioner for the Boundary district are  at present discharged by an officer at  Fftirview, a point about 100 miles distant, and utterly without transportation  facilities; and,  Whereas, this arrangement'��causes  the greatest inconvenience to all people  of the Boundary district, the Phoenix  Board of Trade petition the 'government to give the mining,, recorder at  Midwayyhe powers of a gold commissioner; and that cogiesrbe sctitito the  Minister of Mines and the member  for this district. c  "A committee of three, consisting of  Williams, Kerr and Crawford was?appointed to interview the post-office inspector and request improvements rto  the postal service to Phoenix. ^   *   >  Council adjourned, subject <o the  call of the president and secretary.  The meetings of the;council of, the  board of trade are ojien to any mem-  l>er of the board, and the Pioneer expects to publish the gist (of them as  t'ley occur.  ARE aTlADYSMITH  Continued Victories Perch on  British Banner.  Oca. Croaje, ��w> Beer Leaser,'Forcad to Sar-  ' reader to Lord Roberts with Thoaaaadi  '   of Men.      , ��� , ,    '  *���       - ������       .' i*  JOE MARTIN PREMIER  Government at V*-  At S' -1.  All  SEMLIN DISMISSED BY IS!!: GOVERNOR  Smith Curtli the New Mlalsterot Mines, sad  J.S. Vales, ol Vaacoavcr, Provincial Secretary-Appeal to the People Matt Cotne  '    Soon.  I' am  The w.xr news during the last week  has been a succession o( advances and  victories for the British" armies under  Lord Roberts .and; H/jen- Bu,ler-  Ladysmith has been relieved and the  Boer commander,"'GenH Cronje," captured, with a lan,e number of his men.  The following are official dispatches in  this connection: ' <  rf^..U4fn*rtfr ******* <��l)ir��pdw.  ^J.oi.don,"Maren; 1-79 a^ m.���The  war office officially announces that  Ladysmith was relie\ed this (Thursday) morning! No details of the fighting have been as yet receivad.  The dispatch is as follows: "Lyttlc-  .ton's headquarters, March a.���(Jen-  feral'D*undon'ald/with the Natal Carbineers and a comi>osite regiment, entered Ladysmith this morning. The  country between me and Ladysmkh is  reported clear of the enemy,  moving on Nelthorpe."  Capitulated Unconditionally,  London, Feb. 27.���The war office  has received the following dispatch  from Lord "^ Roberts: "Paardeberg,  Feb.' 27���7:45 a.m.��� Gen." Cronje  and all his force capitulated uncondi  tionally at daylight, and he.is now a  prisoner in my camp. The strength  of his force will be communicated  later., I hope-that her majesty>..rgov-  ernment will' consider thisevent satis^  factory, occurring as it does on the anniversary of Majuba"  , The secretary of state for; \var an-  nburiced;pin pthe ;house' pftlords this  afternoon that the prisoners ��� captured  with Gen.' Cronje numbered:,about  3000 men. Gen. CronjeHvill be sent  toCape:Town. ��� The officers;captured  by Roberts besides Cronje incjude a  number of weir-; known -commanders.  "..'���������' Liberal OnjaalMiitoa;- ,; P , ���  Last evening, as the Pioneer was  going to press, "a" number of; those'of.  the liberal: faith':iri"';PhocnixJmet.'iri the  school house for the ,purjx>se- of - forming an association. Among these interested in the .movement are-James  Marshall, Dougald McMillan,PR. B.  Kerr, Wm. Delahay, J. B. Boyle and  James Riordan. Evidences are not  wanting that in the coming election  there will be no little amount of straight  party politics.  The C.P.R!' operating ^department  took over the Boundary branch from  the construction department Thursday,  and freight and passenger tariffs were  somewhat reduced. -  minion should be requested to dismiss  the lieutenant-gomnor as incompetent."  m  m  We mean tlie Subscription List of the Phoenix  PiONFFR. If "ot, it should be. It's the only way  ���of keeping posted about the greatest mining camp  in British Columbia.    It costs only  $2 per year.  JPioneer Publishing Co., PUnpiiix, H. V.  Htaory has been made at Victoria  very fast since the last number of the  Pioneer went to press. Asannounned  then, the Semlin government was defeated on the redistribution bill on  Friday week, and the houke adjourned  till Tuesday. Then the old government exercised its greatest ingenuity  to continue its lease of |>ower, and  finally made a deal with five members  of the opposition, which, if carried out  and sanctioned by.the lieutenant-governor, would have given it a clcai  working majority.  However, (iovernor Mclnnes was  advised of what was going on, and  summarily dismissed Mr. Semlin and  his cabinet. Spallation was then rife  as to who would be called on to form  a new government. The dispatches  slate that Postmaster Brown of New-  Westminister, was called on, but finding that he would lose his federal position, declined the thanl.ioss job with  more or less regret.  The political world was astounded  when the lieutenant-governor called on  Joseph Martin, who had been dismissed from the Semlin ministry, to form  the new government. Nothing could  have been further from the thought of  the people and the politicians. However, Mr. Martin has already taken  hold with the indomitable energy he  is so well known to possess, and may  succeed in getting a cabinet together.  The name of James Dunsmuir, the  coal king, was at first associated with  that of Mr. Martin in the formation of  the new government, and was adversely commented upon almost universally.  Since that, however, it is given out  that Mr. Dunsmuir is not .interested  in-the new-deal,- and to that 'extent the'  new premier has strentheiied his position.  Mr. Martin has already made two  selectionsToi his cabinet, consisting ol  Smith Curtis, of Rossland, as minister  of finance, and mines and J.S. Yates as  provincial secretary. Mr. Curtis is  well known in' Kootenay and Yale as  being extensively interested in mines,  and will doubtless make a good official.  He was formerly Mr. Martin's law-  partner in Manitoba, and is a man of  a good deal ot force. Many think, he  would undoubtedly be returned at the  polls, as he stands well. Mr. J. Stewart Yates of Victoria is the man already  chosen for provincial secretary and  minister of lands and works. Others  will doubtless be announced before  this reaches the e\ es of the Pioneer's  readers. Mr. Martin will himself oc  ��cupy the position of attorney-general.  New Premier's Policy.-  P The policy upon which the new government will go at once to the people  contains as its chief plank the ' public  ownership and operation of railways.  The first move will be to build a railway from the coast to some point in  the Boundary,. presumably Midway.  The .road is to be owned by the government, and operated by a commission to keep it out of politics,. The  idea is to give to the farmers of the  Fraser river valley a quick market and  the mines of Yale and Kootenay the  best .of communication with the coast  merchants.. The ��� plans of the new  government also provide for cancellation of the Alien Exclusiou law and  retention of the principle of the Eight-  Hour law.  Joe Martin will, of course, have to  go to the people at "once-for endorsement, and it is thought a new election  will be brought on within six weeks.  As no supply was granted by the  Semlin government, and no estimates  passed, another session will be necessitated, probably in May.  It will thus be noted that the policies in the province are tending to shilt  down to dominion party lines, as Martin is a liberal himself and is attempting to surround himself with advisors  of a similar political faith.  Resolution Was Unique.  In the meantime, according to the  latest dispatches, Mr. Martin not yet  having taken the reins of, power, the  old government has been Hrying to do  a little business at the old stand. The  following resolution, criticising the  lieutenant-governor, was introduced,  and is said to be unique in the political history of British Columbia:  "Whereas the lieutenant-governor  has dismissed a ministry possessing  the support of a majority of-the members of this house; and whereas his  reasons for  doing so are   insufficient;   ���   __        .  __.__.,,-,--,���r-r-j  ; incl whereas," his honor  has  tailed to  OFFICE'     KNOB   HILL   AYBJS!UE.Js;,n:,ndV;in1scl1l,v(-onsliu,tio!,l!   ad-  I.A-ihR���Dispatches received last  night from Victoria are .to the effect  that confusion worse confounded reigns  at Victoria. Thursday the lisutenant-  govcrnor could not get into the house  till a want of confidence in Joe, Martin had been unanimously passed.  Then his lionor was admitted, and  when he started to piorogue that bo|ly,  every member but Joe Martin left the  legislative hall, and his honor spoke  to empty scats.  Duration of Ministries.  The Victoria Colonist publishes an  interesting compiliation of the lives of  the various ministries that have been  in power in Biitisli Columbia since  confederation: . . ,���'  McCrcight ministry���Dec. 1S71 to  Dec. 23, 1872.  DeCosmos-Walkcn ministry���Dec.  23, 1871 to Jan. 27, 1876.  Elliott ministry���Feb. 1, 187C to  June 25, 1878.  Walktm ministry���June  26,  1878  to June 12, 1882.,  .   Bevan ministry���June 13,   1882 :to  Jan. 30, 18S3,  Smithe ministry���Jan. 29,   1883 to  March 29, 1887.  Davie (A.   E. B.)  ministry���April  19, 1887 to Aug. 1889.  Robson ministry���Aug.3, 1889   to  June, 1892.  Davie (!'.) ministry���July 2,   1892  to March, 1895.  Turner ��� ministry���March  4,   1895  to Aug.8, 1900.  Semlin ministry���Aug. 13, 1898  to  Feb. 23, 1900.  LATE STOCK  QUOTATIONS.  What Leading   Shires   Are   Selling for   in  Rossland.  ASKED       HID  Athabasca. . 31 24  Brandon & CI. Crown. 25 20  Big Three  ...                   9 7  Cariboo (Cp. McK)  . 83 77  Canadian G. Fields  ..        6%      slA  Crow's Nest P.Coal..$36 00 30 00  Rea! Estate  Agent for the following Fire Insurance Companies:���Phoenix, of London ;  Western Assurance and the British America Assurance, of Toronto.  the  Selling Agent OLD IRONSIDES SUBDIVISION, Town  of Phoenix.  Dardanelles  Deer Park (new)  Deer Trail No. 2..  Evening Star    . \ . _  Giant,,���   . .^,    *,- ���������-  Homestake ., .,  Iron Mask  .  I. X. L.  Jim Blaine  ..       .    ���  King r    ,  Knob Hill   Lone Pine Consol.   ..  Mountain Lion  .       .$1  Monte Christo   Morrison .   ���  Noble Five  Okanogan  Old Ironsides  ..  Princess Maud  Rathmiillcn  Rambler-Cariboo  Republic  St. Elmo Con..  Virginia  Victory-Triumph  Wonderful  War Eagle Con . .$1  Waterloo.. ���  Winnipeg  5 -   -  />��  37  2 e  '7  19  65  18  CO  6  4?<  io#  4  8*4  .$100  8  5  40  98  4  5  .5/2  3  7  22  26  14  45  16  80  3#  9  80  95  29  ���s>4  J5  MORE COMPRESSORS  Two Plants Started���Another  Arrives.  GOLD DM01' IUS TMPOKARY PLANT  War Eagle Power Drills Now Steadily Deia*  BusIness-B.C. 10-Drlll Machine Received  At that Big Property Tuesday.  Phoenix, B. G,  by  visers up 10 this time;  thorn  resolved, that in   the   opinion   ot'  the  house the  uuvw'nor-ger.eral of the do-  Pay, Pay, Pay Concert.  "Will", be given in Phoenix about  ���March 15.' Arrangements are crystallizing for the Pay, Pay, Pay concert to  be given in Phoenix. The miners'  union has kindly agreed to denote the  use of their commodious hall, and a  good, stage will be put in. About 20  numbers have already been arranged  for the program, but there is room for  a few more. There will be solos,-  quartette, double quartettes and if possible a modern, up to date cake walk.  The proceeds of the concert are to  be devoted the'Mansion House Fund,  for the benefit of families of soldiers  fighting for the Queen in South Africa,  and every resident of Phoenix should  patronize it, and also lend every possible help in getting it up. Mr. Crawford, at the. Old Ironsides townsite  office, will be pleased to see and one  interested or who can assist.  Where Is E. W. Askins?  Wanted to know the whereabouts ol"  E. W. Askins, last seen in Phoenix  earlv in December, traveling in a two  horse rig selling dry goods, cooking  utensils, etc. 5 feet 7 inches tall,  weighing 175 pounds, dark complected,  30 years of age, well educated. The  lather of this young man.is very desirous of locating his son. A liberal reward will be given for locating him.  Any one knowing of or having seen  him will communicate with  j. R.JoNks,  St. Louis, Mo.,U.S.A.  3900 Kenneth' Ave.  The Mountain View Copper Co.  held a meeting at the office of th'.1 H,  C. mine this week, and the members  of the company took up 24����PP shares  at 10 cents, placing the amount in the  treasury for development purposes.  The price of treasury stock has been  raised to 12 cents per share. The  drift on the 35-foot level is in 15  ioet. wlieiv the contract to he let on  ��� The long-looked for compressor  plant for the B. C. mine arrived at  that property on Tuesday, It consists  of two 80 horse-power boileis, and  half of a 20-drill duplex Ingew>oll'-  Sergcant air compressor, of the latest1'  ptern, with t��o pumps and all the  needed paraphernalia. Theie were  two full cars ot the machinery, which  v\ill be installed at the earliest possible  date. The new hoist has been on  hand for some time, and will be'set up  with the other machinery, which has  arrived. With the 40-horse power  boiler now in use, this will give a total  power equal'to 200 hoi Res. '  . The new and really elegant administrative buildings of the 11. C. Char- >  tered Co. have been completed, and  are now being occupied by Manager  Parrish, and his assistants. Shipments from the ore dumps of the 11.  C. are continuing steadily at the rate  of s cars every other day, ana will  keep up at this rate. Thus far 1500''  tons ot ore have been sent out to the  Trail, smelter, making the 11. C. the  banner shipper up to this date.  This week the air compressor at the  War Eagle was started up and hand  drilling has been relegated to innocuous desuetude. ' The new plant, with  its half ola 10-drill Ingersoll-Sergeant  duplex machine, is working in good  shape, and Supt. IJuck says it is" giving grtat s'atis action. The hoist and  pum[ s have been working tor some  time, also with good results.  George Runiberger visited the War  Eagle a few days ago, and saw the,ore  now being taken cut of the mfne.  He was mlich pleased at its appearance. The shait is now down about  60 feet, the sinking being vertically on  the ledge. No ciosscuttmg is expected  to-be-done till tlie ico-loot level is  reached.  The temporary four-drill compressor,  ordered for the Gold Drop, to be used  till the new half of a 15-drill p'ant is  manufactured, was hauled to the mine  last week. This week it has been set  '.up in place of the steam plant, and  is now steadily at work.  Jay P. Graves, who is in Montreal,  has completed arrangements for the  new 40-dnll compressor plant, now being made lor the Miner-Grave-, syndicate, to be used by the four a^s-ji mted  companies operating in Phoeni\camp,  Contract to be Let.  Sealed bids for drifting 50 fee.  (with pioviio for 100 feet in the contract, il >-o desired) en the 55-toot  level of the Mountain \ lew mineial  claim, Summit camp, will be received  by the Mountain View Copper Co.,  Ltd., at the office of the H. C. mine,  until Friday, March 9, 1900, at 9  p.m. ��� Drht to be 4x6^ feet in the  clear.    Company's   tools can'be used. ���  Address,   John M. Scsaffoxd,  Sec'V-  JOHN DOXSEV,   Mgr.  L P,'Graves,'who is in Montreel, is  expected to return about the 15th of  the month,  Slinn & McCague will begin baking  in their new bakery, Old Ironsides  addition, next Monday.  Phoenix is now a money order office,  Postmaster Matheson' having received  the necessary documents last night.  ooooooooocoooocoocooooooco  GlVC-Yod.jH^^  -QUALITY OF   the r?r.  'O'.tt.  To be had in  Phoenix.  Everything for the wardrobe of the  Miner or Business Man' can he had  in our store.    Come and see it.  Foley  BroSo,  Dominion Avenue,  $t if:  .Mil  KVM  W  %  m  h"Ti  i'y 1  1 * & 1  t.  t$*  1    * j-v  ^ Urn  ��'"tf  c  Mm  -"�� ��� ���.  :1��v,  -���k-n   ���-   ������a-���-j���  .tog ��Siri��tiSM!����jiu&?&<il^^ iw^^Wr;"1' '  w^Vn/4^-��t ^t��-  "v,  '''-'J r  [V'  1^'  ir' '  V"   ���  W,; . -p.  'I ���*(#'.�����  I*  1  Gff<  'i, '-  -v.  ���-sf*  's*  ��"'---  ^<  it}    ���   1  *"  fee *<{ '  :3v'~',.',V    ������ '  tit-*/'''    '       '  fit  X ^ ,*-' ���**  Wis<,�� '  i?fo-p''  /I  i' to*  THE   PHOENIX PIONEER.  The Pay Roll Makes the City.  dIadwood  Deadwood, the latest town to seek public favor, is situated in the heart of  Deadwood Camp, about three miles from Greenwood, and an equal distance  from the B. C. Copper company's smelter. ' It is readied by a spur of the Columbia and Western railvrary. It is surrounded by such famous mines as the  Mother Lode, Sunset, Bucfchorn, and Morrison, which of themselves assure a  >  Large Payroll, but exclusive of these there are a hundred partially developed  properties surrounding the town, many of which will beco'me paying mines, so^  that it does not require very much foresight to decide that the Town of Deadwood will have iu the near future a sufficiently large payroll to support a city  of some importance.       For price of lots and other particulars, apply to  J AS. MCNICOL, Midway Agency,  Wallace-Miller Block, Greenwood, B. C. ^ g BickardS & CO.  The Phoenix Pioneer.  ISauCD ON ���ATUROAV BY THE  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  AT phocnix m. e.  Ml. B. WILLCOX. Man.  Kl'BSt'aUPTlO.V, KATES.  OanVear        -       -      '.        .       gj.oo  Mi aTontiM 1.25  ^dtrrtihlKKnitMaiadf kuaa-aoti application  flOVERNMEMT IN KFEAT.  At   last   the   long   looked-for2 has  come,,and the Semlin-Cotton government for the province of British  Columbia has met its Waterloo.    It chose  to try conclusions on  the re-distribu- < efforts  tion bjtfl, which was brought up a  few-  days jfince, and had the  bill passed,  the government would  have gone to  > thjfpeople 'once' more' with   a   fair  chance of increasing their late extremely narrow majority. < But Joe Martin's  jfchance for revenge came and he voted  u   /figainst the bill,: thereby' giving' the  ' , majority to the opposition and defeat-  '    ing the government/ '   ��� >'  -    Since the defeat referred to,  speculation has beeq more rife than ever, as  , to the probable course of Lieut.-Gov.  " Mclnnes at this' juncture.   Coalition  talk has been frequent/ with - the idea  \ of some members of the present, cxec-  ,^'utive    council    continuing    therein.  'Plans enough to run forty governments  have been proposed  and rejected  by  vlhe many political entities now" serving  tbe province at Victoria.   At this writing a prediction is difficult to make,  ,   but it is almost or quite' certain  that  there will be a new election soon.  ' It Ls extremely unfortunate that the  J re-distribution   bill   could   not   have  been passed before defeat camel s It  admit of argument. At this writing, it  is not known whether the town can get  permission ofthe legislature to incorporate or not this year, on account of  the recent 'defeat of the government  If not, then the board of trade can be  made of practical benefit in representing our various and growing 5 needs to  the powers that be" If incorporation  this year is accomplished, tlie board of  trade can be made of great utility in  supplementing the efforts of the city  council, as Well as in taking up matters  without the province �� that body. In  any event the field for the board of  trade is a wide one, and there will be  no lack of scope for its well  directed  ������������������������^��������������������������������������������������  THROUGH THE WEEK.  ���������������������������������������������������������aa��***����*��  It has been  remarked  more than  once in Phoenix   that  natives of the  flower)'  kingdom  have not gotten a  foothold here, and generally  the fact  has given satisfaction.    List Sunday a  Chinaman arrived  in town,  ��ith the  idea of locating  here.    Going into a  hotel, he invited all present  "to have  something,", using the best of English.  Meantime a self-appointed committee  waited on the celestial, and informed  him that Phoenix was not by any means  a desirable place1 for him to locate; in  fact, he would act wise if he kept right on  traveling to some lower altitude.    Of  course, he was a man  of discretion,  and so did not argue the matter to any  extent, but took the advice offered and  moved on.  It is the expressed intention to conduct the affairs of the, new organization - in an economical but business  like way. " If, a room is secured,  for headquarters and for the purpose  of having an ore exibit, it will be on  simple lines." It is not proposed to  have salaried employees or officials.  Every business man in Phoenix should  $ once join the board, and show his  hearty symjiothy with the movement.  The cost is small���a mere bagatefle���  the advantages to the community will -    -  be manifold. Names can be 'handed W>d ,t,s "^^y ���� be hoped that  to )he-secretary at his office at any Phoen,x can be included inthiscate-  time. One of the first-acts of the J g��ry for a ^"S time to come- w*  board was choosing George W. Rum- have no room, for cheap Asiatic labor  berger as president. No one man has  the interests of the entire community  more at heart, and no one will work  harder for its success than he.  Eridently it was intended that'this  son of Confucious should be an entering widgeon Phoenix, to be soon followed by othersf until there'are all  kinds of Chinese here. The town that  does not'have these people is fortunate,  *   ' ^ - < ,  Vaggh^n & Mc1nnes,  EDITORIAL COMMENTS.  ,was a manifest outrage, no matter what  government allowed or, perpetucud it.  '-    Mr. Semlin and  Mr.  Cotton, were  wise to go on record as favoring the  re-distribution bill.    If they are a fac-  .torVthe forthcoming appeal  to  the/.'T*    "ne" e-  people,,* will  make   them   all   the C,aI ^ !ast    .  stronger.   In some icspects their ad-1SCCret ��f *" ,ntent,on to overthrow the  ministration, as a whole, is to be com- ,'f Yernmentwhen an opportunity arose  ! It came last Friday on the redistribu  in this camp, and the attempt to bring  it in will not meet with success.  #>.  , TheSilverton  Silvertonian  has the  following to say about  Wm:  Hunter,  who went to Victoria recently  on behalf of Phoenix: .  Phoenix, the brand new town ofthe  Boundary, is pining^for an opportunity  of throwing off its swaddling dothes  and coming out in the full garb of  cityhood.- ,Wm. Hunter, of' Silverton  and Phoenix has taken down a petition  from the Phoenician's to the legislature,  praying for incorporation. We can assure our Phoenix neighbors that all  that need "worry them now is their  choice ior mayor; the citv charter is  sure. Whatever "Bill" Hunter goes  after, he gets.  The super-energetic newspaper cor-  T     ���    . , . respondent who dates his effusions from  Joe Martin s revenge ,s now com- Grand Fork*; has once nTore begun to  plete.    When ejected irom the provm- break out; and as previously,  he oc-  anetlaar summer,  hemadeno casional,y works  in a little truth, .m  some way or other, in hiy voluminous  The  OF THE CAMP.  We handle,all Kinds of Beef, Pork, Mntton and Veal.  Also Fish,'Poultry .and Oysters in season.  The Phoenix board of tiade starts  off with a most representative  mem-  . lMX ��������  ut.���t WIW. s ��� berah'IN and  ��n hardly   fail   be   of  was merely performing a long ^delayed Ibenefit to this t0*n-  act of'justic���even though  a political j '  motive   may   have   been   behind  it.L Gen- ~CronJe. we of the Jeading  That one constituency   should   have Boer fienerak�� has surrendered  to the i  two  members   when ' another    with  Bridi>h krcef. *'* his troops.  t'ouble the population  had but one,  """'  ""'  A few  more victories like that and the war  will be over, and the purse-strings of  capital will begin to loosen up once  more ' ���> .  Your Trade Solicited.  Old Ironsides Ave.  Oar Prices ^l*e Itfeht.  phoenix, b. c  ��� ������������������00��0����0��i��a>  i  i  i  T.  i.  -���-���-���-���   GO TO THE   Phoenix Feed and Produce Co.  .     K ,        FOR YOUR  Hay. Grain, Flour and Feed.  Just<Received*<a Carload of- Calgary Oats and Carload of Hay.  Choice Butter Always on hand.  Warehouse:^ Corner Phoenix Street and Brooklyn Avenue,  mended.'  In others it is  justly criti- i .....  cised/   It is stated,  on  the best of l**��� Ml' a"d Joe car"e4.��^h>lnten-  suthority,  that joe Martin is to!>e | t,0"s, with disaster to the Sem!in-Cot-  called on to form a ministn.     As he  has the reputation  of be;ng a good  lriend as well as a relentless enemy,  lively times may be looked for at  Victoria.  i ton * adminstration. The ex-attorney  general is an acknowledged fighter and  an implacable enemy.  PHOENIX BOARD OF TRADE.  One syndicate���that of the Miner  Graves���'las thus far s|>ent approximately $400,000 in connection with  the development of its mining proper-  . Last Monday night's meeting of the tieS in lhe uoundarj, Such ccnndence  representative cituens of Phoenix, lor'iri the mineral productiveness of a *c-  the puqioseof organizing a board of<,ion is worthy of more than passing  trade, was a harmonious and enthHS-;note. In this day and generation,  jasuc aff,ir. Among those present financiers do not put money into  were a number of gentlemen who had mining properties on this scale with-  had experience with similar organic'outwarTant The chief pro,>ertieS of  , tions in other placev and they as well ,hese capita,ists are the OId IronsideS(  ' as the others were _unan.in.ous in ev- Jfc���ob H��Hf Victoria, (Jrev Eagle, etc.,  pining xne oeiiei vm properly con- a��� o{ wMcn are in p,)oenix J  �� ucted, aj)oard of trade can be made  to be "of inestimable benefit to this  town aiid to its progressive, energetic  The Grand Fork^ Ga7ette takes ex  ,     . ���.....   ..    - -| ception to the statement that the Pio-  . .business men      1 his being ,he case, it neer ls today the , papcr in the  .did not teke,long to go through  the Boundary.     Ihe types  did   not  say  necessary  Wa  and take the  first what the Pionfctl intended    .hjch Js  steps tow^s getting the board on its that the   pages of  the   pjoneer   m  Seet     Application ,,B be made  with- laiger tna%thoseof anv other  jou,nal  cut delay to have the new board reccg- in tnis distnct.    And t,]e decision ha%  uued at Otta^v^,  under the act ol the not yetbeen arrivcd ��� tl)jU lhe pioneer  -dominion gw^Wiing such bodies. , will not be further   enlarged   in    the  /I-fcat tlJft ����<��>��   ^'^ of trade cour,, ot tilTle.    The chances are that  win be, beneficial to the  gercral   Lusi- it ��HI be so enlarged as Phoenix grous  ntasintacsW of this pVc,  docs not _whi,h it is su:e to do.  effusions. ��� Of Jate,> however, Tie has  taking properties in Phoenix camp as  a basis Jof some of his thunder, and  he does not seem to care whether, he  sticks to the truth or Ieamr,towards  Joneses in that regard. In several  articles he has been stating among  other things, that great development is  going on jn the Grey Eagle in this  cam]). The truth about Phoenix is  good enough, and while extensive work  is expected to begin this spring op this  claim, it has not yet, been started.  Some one .should clip the wings of the  Grand Forks scribbler, till he begins  ot stick to facts.        7  Friends and patrons of the Pioneer  will no longer find the paper in the old  quarter.. ��� Since last Monday, the editorial and mechanical departments of  Shis widely-known family journal have  been located in the McRae building,  a-few doois from the old stand, on Dominion avenue, where there are plenty  of conveniences of al! kinds. Give us a  call, but steer clear of the fighting-editor's bull pup. When you come, do  not forget that order fer job printing.  We have the finest line ever brought  to the Boundary. '  HoteiU&*��  Corner Dominion Ave.  and Phoenix Street.  <#  fej THK MEM" BKI.Il I.N TOWN IS MAM: H\ 'IUK ^  ELKHORN   BREWERY  PORTMANN ..  ASK FOR   VMf x        /  \     1W   BROS.&CO.  Proprietors.  1  ^.g���,... Patronize Home Industry.  The Elkhdrn Lnger contains only pure Malt and Hops.    Try it!    Jt   '   /  kept on draught or in bottles by all the leading hotels. /  The Phoenix: Livery Bain and  <�� Feed Stables Jt  , >,;��� . _  HEDGE & CO., Proprikiors.  .* Good Saddle,   Pack and- Driving Horses.    Heavy Draying. ^  Charges Reasonable.  ,'������    STANDARD AVE, PHOENIX. B. C.  Ptai Met.  ! P. Burns & Co.  ���  ��� HKAD OFFICK FOR HOUNDARY CRKKK, (.RKFNWOOD, 11. C.  ��� j ' '     HKADQUAR'ltR&.Nhl.SON, II. C.  : Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  J   <     Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,  ��� Silverton, New Denver, Ymir, Salmo, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  ��� Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Niagata and Phoenix.  ��� FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  f i All orders receive prompt attention.  Hartford Hotel  ���  ." ' <^__Hartford Junction, P. O.  This hotel, which is new, is located at the junction  of the Phoenix and Winnipeg brandies of the C. P.  > R.   All (the. railway  traffic for these camps must  pass through Hartford.    Give us a call. '    <  '     ���   ' '��� JOHN DORSEY, Prop.  The British Columbia Wholesale I  Liquor Company, Limited,  R-CREIGER, Manager.  AGENTS FOR  i j.i  j*^COMPLETE LINE OF BAR SUPPLIES..*.*.* ��  .GREENWOOD, B. C*.   . ' |  Phoenix Stage Line.  Makes Two Round Trips Daily Between Phoenix  and Greenwood!  Leaves Phoenix at 8.15 a. 111.'and 1,45 p. m.   Phoenix Time.  Leaves  Greenwood at 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.  Greenwood Time;  ' GOOD RIGS, GOOD STOCK AND FAST TIME.  MANDEL & MURPHY, Props,  ag_  _�����  , -The Largest and Best Appointed hotel  in the Camp.  European plan.   Newly *  furnished and finished throughout.   ^���: C. F. SEARS, Proprietor.  ���&S2��8��?*��&HSfiVi&3t^^  Clark & Binns,  DEA ERSIN  ...FURNITURE...  With Several Carloads in Stock and Several more en route, we can  Jill any order; from the Largest Hotel to the Coziest Home.        | f  Let us figure on your order. ��H  UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING. ||  _OM Ironsides Avenue, f;  (Opposite Miners' Union Hall)  Corner Dominion Avenue and Banner   Street, Phoenix, B. C.  This Hotel is Hard FiuishedTBar Furnished With the Fin-  Conveniently Arranged.     % est of Goods.  Graham & Prendergast, Props.  (Formerly of Sandon.)  Merchant Tailors  - Are now open with a full and Complete  Assortment of the Latest Patterns in Suitings  Overcoatings, Etc.  Cor. Phoenix St. and Brooklyn Ave., Phoenix, B. C.  cMwim  J'KOS'KtliOR.  Work called for?nd Delivered.     Special  rates to families and  hotels.    Hrst-clnss nork gusranteed.  First St. asd Knob Hill Ave, PHOENIX, B. C  WAN McRAE, Pkoprieior.  Mgb mi ?lm�� tafeer, Flooring, Shipfajj, Rustic and  SHINGLES ON HAND.  We are prepared to furnish dimension timbers.  Mill Located Two MUes West of Phoenix, B. a  HE  1 -i -i"i ���  1  <..  .1 ' m  THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  Removed f  LMdlenzieKo.  DRUGGISTS.  Have Removed to MILLER  [BLOCK. We carry a Fuller  iL'mei than ever, in all branches.  REMEMBER  f The change opposite The XV nt,  Huntkr Co.  ooo  Dominion Ave.       PHOENIX,B.C  ���������������������������������M-4-++++* ��� ��� ��� ��� �����������  F.'Si  BOUNDARY RIDING AS PROPOSED.  ilh Yale Would Have had In* Foltawlag  Unlit.  [Last week the redistribution bill be-  le the legislative assembly was de-  jted on its second reading. The  Rcial description of the new Bound-  or South Yale riding was as foils:  Commencing at a point where  the  bill meridian  intersects   the   49th  |allel of latitude; thence due  north  point on the said  meridian  situ-  due cast   of   Princeton;   thence  on a right line to the foot of Oka-  Ian lake; thence due   east   to   the  limit of the mountain range,   about  i miles west of the   tawer   Arrow  \ thence in a southerly direction,  jiwing the summit to McRae's Pass;  ce in a right line to the north end  Christina lake; thence  through the  pr of Christina lake to the  south-  end thereof; thencc-along the* out-  ��f Christina   lake   to   the   Kettle  r; thence following the Kettle river  International boundary; thence  1 west along the International bounty to point oi commencement.  Notice.  Notice isherby given that an application will lie made to the Legislative Assembly of the Province of British Columbia at its next session, for an  Act to incorporate a Company with  power to construct, equip, maintain,  and operate telephone and telegraph  lines wittyin 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  for making, completing, supporting,  using, working, operating and maintaining the s>stem of communication  by telephone and telegraph, and to  open or break i:p any part or parts of  the said highways of streets as often  as the said Company, its ai/cnts, officers or workmen think proper, and for  the purposes of the undertaking to purchase, acquire, or lease, and hold and  sell and dispose of lands, buildings or  tenements within the limits aforesaid,  and to purchase or lease, for any term  of years, any telephone or telegraph  line established, or to be established,  in British Columbia, connected, or  to be connected with the line which  the Company may construct, and to  amalgamate with or lease, its line or  lines, or any portion or portions thereof, to any company possessing, as proprietor, any line of telephones or telegraph communication connecting, or  to be connected, with the said Company's line or lines) and to borrow  money for the puri>oses of the Company, and to pledge or mortgage any  of the Company's assets for that pnr-  pose, and to receive bonuses or privileges from any person or liody corporate, and with all other usual, necessary  or incidental rights, powers or privileges as may be necessary or incidental  to the attainment of the above objects,  or any of them.  Dated this 15th day of December,  1899. J. R. Brown,  Solicitor for the Applicants.  EG KEITH &C0,   HANDLE   Real Estate and  Mining Properties.  Copper   properties   Wanted.  Some choice lots in Phoenix  on Reasonable terms.  PHOENIX, B. C.  The Greenwood  Electric Company  Are now prepared to undertake the installing of lights on  the premises of intending con-  - - sumers. Before any building  is connected to the Company's  mains, the wiring will have to  be inspected by an officer of  the Company. All work must  be done in accordance with the  rules of the National Board of  Underwriters. Prices and any  further particulars' .can be obtained at the office, of the Company located on Deadwood  street.  Greenwood Electric Co.  Greenwood. B, C.  THE BANK OF  Established in 1836.  Incorporated by Royal Charter.  PAID-UP CAPITAL,... .$4,866,666  RESERVE FUND. P $1,460,000  lonhon office:  3 Clement's Lane,Lombard Street, E.C.  EASTERN,  ALDHAfl & BLUNT,  Mink Surveyors,  am) draughtsmen.  Phoenix, B, C.  mm  Mi  C. P. R. laorifratlta Eflorlf.  jjl'lie Canadian Pacific Railway Co.  i just issued two excellent immigra-  |np pamphlets   for     1900���western  pnada and British Columbia���which  itairi a great deal of useful and  aerate information about  the country  ; of I.ake. Superior,   and   are   of  cial interest to those  who contem-  seltling either  in  the Canadian  iwest or British Columbia.    Large  pins  of the pamphlets are distrib-  Ilgratuitously in Great Britain and  "Jnited States, as well as  through-  Uhe  Dominion,  and. are eagerly  by those who are seeking a  new  ne and desire to  know  something  Ithe best country  in  the world in  |ch to find one.  Cburcb Services.  REsnvTERiAN.���Divine service ev-  Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30 o'clock,  sides   time,   in  the  schoolhousc.  jverbody cordially invited.  1 ",-}'������ D. A. Stewart, B. A.,  R. B. KERR,  Barrister and Solicitor,  notary i'uhlic.  PHOENIX, B.  J. A. CORYELL & CO.,  Civn. and Mining Engineers   Provincial Land Surveyors.  CSTAaUSHED iea��.  Grand Forks  and Phoenix, B. <  M��  ife'E g} ��� ��� ���.. ������:    Presbyterian Missionary.  Methodist.���Preaching service will  1' eld every  Thursday ^evening,   at  o'clock, at the school house.    Ser  by Rev. B. H. Balderston.    Cor-  invitation to all.  H. S. CAYI.EY. W.U. COCHRANE  CAYLEY & COCHRANE,  ' Solicitors, Etc.  PHOENIX, B. C.  A. E. ASHCROFT,  MINING AND CIVIL ENGINEER  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR.  BAUER & ASHCROFT,  VANCOUVER,  II. C.  Townships Bank,  estaiilished 1859.  Capital $1,500,000  Reserve Fund . -   -   -   -    $835,000  BOARD OK DIRECTORS!  R." XV. Hencker, President.  Hon. M.H.Cochrane, Vice-Pres.  Israel Wood, J. S. Mitchell, G. Stevens, J. N. Galer, N.W. Thomas, C.H.  Kathan. H. B. Brown, Q. C.  Head Office, Shkrdrookk, P.Q.  Wm.   Farwell, Gen'l Mgr., S. Edgell,  Local Mgr., S.F.( More)', Branch Inspector.  BRANCHES.  \Vater1oo,W.I.Brigfcs,Mgr,Stanstead,  S. Stevens, Mgr; Cowanville, J. Mac-  kinnon, Mgr.j'Coaticook, B. Austin,  Mgr.; Richmond, W. L. Ball, Mgr.;  Granby, W. H. Robinson, Mgr.; Eed-  ford, E. W. Morgan, Mgr.; Magog,  E. P. Oliver, Mgr.; St. Hyacinthe, J.  J.' Laframboise, Mgr.; Huntingdon, E.  N. Robinson, Mgr.; Grand Forks, J.  W. Macloughlin, Mgr. -   .  Agents in Montreal, Bank of Montreal; London, Eng. Nat. Bk. of Scotland; Boston, Nat. Exchange Bk.; New-  York, Nat. Park Bank.  Collections made at all accessible  points. Drafts issued for'any required  amounts, good in ail points in.GanadaP  U. S. and .Europe. -Exchange bought  and sold.  Savings Branch Department at each  office.  Interest allowed from . date of deposit and comjtounded annually without requiring attention of depositor.  Office hours: 10-3; Sat. from 10 to 12.  court of directors:  J.H.Brodie, John James Carter, Gas-  pard Farrer, Richard H. Glyn,' Henry  I.R.Farrer, Ed. Arthur Hoare, H.J.B.  Kendall, JJ.Kingsford, Fred Lubbock,  George D. Whatman.  <    Secretary, A. tG. WsHi*.   Head office in Canada: St. James sl.,  Montreal.  H. Stikeman, General Manager.  J. Elmsley, Inspector.  BRANCHES IN CANADA,  London, Brantford, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Kingston, Quebec, St. John, N. B., Brandon, Winnipeg, Fredericton, N.B., Halifax, Victoria, Vancouver, R island, Kaslo,  Trail, Ashcroft, Dawson City, Klondike, N.W.T., Greenwood, Atlin and  Bennett, B. C, Sydney, C. B.  AGENTS IN THE UNITED STATES. ''  Sjiokffnc-^Traders Nat. and Old Nat.  Banks. N.Y.���(52 Wall st) W.Liwson  and J.C.Welsh, agents. San Francisco  (124 Sansomest.)H.J.McMichael and  j.R.Ambrose, agents.  -  LONDON HANKERS.  The Bank of England and Glyn & Co.  FOREIGN AGENTS.  Liverpool���Bk. of Liverpool, Australia  -Union Bk; of Australia; New Zealand  Union Bk. of Aus., Bk of N.Z. India,  China and Japan-Chartered Mer. Bk.  of India, London and China! Agra Bk-  W. Indies-^Colonial Bk. Paris-Marcu-  ard. Krauss & Co., Lyons-Credit  Lyonnais.  JAMES ANDERSON, Mf r��� Qntawoi, BX.  i-Q-Q-Q���9-'9-^9-^9~9-i9-9-9���9--9~9--9 9 j8H��-0 9 9 9-  rr^-��-��'"�� * o ��-��H����-��-e-��-o-<9-q-&~9-+-�� 9 9 9-m  > f The Most Popular  Hotel in Phoenix is  ...THE BUTTE!  C. XV. ABBOTT, Manager.  It is the FAVORITE^RESORT for.the-  Weary  and  Thirsty    Traveller or  Wayfarer, and in   consequence  is - ���  throughout    the  becoming  Boundary.  noted  Newly Furnished Throughout. ���  .Choicest Liquors arid Cigars,  - Joining Room First-Class in Every  Dominion Avenue,  PHOENIX, B. C  ��������������������������+������������������������ ��������>������������  M. J. Walker,  '  Successor to POSTY ft WALKER.  The Pioneer Merchants ofthe Camp,  still catering to a large share ofthe  ��� ��� trade.  Headquarters for Miners*  Splendid   Assortment of Clothing. Groceries,  etc.  /liners' Supplies at Rock Bottom Prices.  DOMINION AVE., PHOENIX, B. C.  NOTICt.  The British Columbia Southern  Railway company mllJ&pply to the  Parliament off'anaca at its ncu session for an aor authorizing the company to complete at any time befote  the end of the year 1904 its western  section as described in thowict ofthe said  parliament (6o-6i Victoria,. Chapter  36) and a branch lin�� *tQa a point  on it�� main line at or near the Torus oi  Michel Creek, thence by way of Michel  Creek to Martin Creek, and for other  purposes.  By order of the Board.  H. Ca.mprf.ix Oswald, Secretary.  Montreal, 17th November, 1890.      17  ��  J.EFoRTIN,  Dominion Avenue  Phoenix, B. C.  ���������������  Shoes ,made, in  any  style.     Rubbers and Shoes repaired.  All kinds of Leather Finaings forlsale.   .., Harness Repaired.  GREENWOOD, B. C  ANGUS K. STEWART  f  Afeats lor the Pioneer.  lhe Pioneer can be found on sale  ie following places: M. W. Simp-'  pd Linton JJrbs., Rossland; Thom-  IStationery Co., Nelson; J. W.  |iam & Co., Spokane; H..S. Wall-  Grand Forks; H. A. King & Co.,  ��n��-o6d; T. Walker, Midway;  eoix News Co.',' Phoenix. McRae  & Smith, Phoenix^.  fcpflL   Notice of Dissolution.  tice is hereby given that the  tership heretofore subsisting be-  SS'.'-.'iiSi the undersigned, as pror  s of the Butte Dining Rooms,  en this day dissolved by mutual  All debts owing to the said  nershij) are to be paid to H. Ha\y-  e, at Phoenix, B. C, and all  s against the said partnership are  presented to the said H.* Haw-  c, by whom the same will be  d.  Ued at Phoenix, this 24th day of  uary, A. D. 1900.  H. Hawthorne,  William Brpwn.  ess:  . A. AimoiT.  CUSTOMS UKOKEK,  WOOD BUILDING,  GREENWOOD, B. C.  J. M. CLARK,  HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER.  PAPER HANGING AND DECORATING.  r-M-H-^-H-M-t-f-t-f-f-M-  Phoenix ffevs Co. i  J. F. WALKER SCO.  Every thing in stock that  should be found in an Up-to- +  date News and Stationery ''  establishment.  I'hoenix 'it.,  PHOENIX, B. C.  SCOn & McLAREN,  Contractors and Builders.  Estimates Furnished.  PHOENIX, B. C.  D.J. MATHESON,  INSURANCE AGENT,  FIRE, LIKE, ACCIDENT.  Coniiiiiwltxiar fur taking Affidavits.  Phoenix, B, C.  Notice of Dissolution.  (otice is hereby given that the  tnership heretofore subsisting be-  :n us, the undersigned, as general  ^chants, has been this day dissolved  inutual consent. All debts owing  [he said'partnership are to be paid  ���M. Joseph Walker, at Phoenix,  and all claims against the said  |tnership are to be presented to the  M. Joseph Walker, by whom the  ie will be settled,  Dated at Phoenix, this 2.1st day of  irmiry, A, D, 1900,  tness,  .B, COCHRANI-,    JfWlN H. l'OSTV.  ^Solicitor, M. J, Walker.  Phoenix, B. C.  REMEMBER THE MAINE,  Shaving Parlors  and Bath Roorro.  llASEMENT liOURK  I1U1I.DING.  Phoenix, B. C.  Bs��emnet & Co*  , Jewellers  icians....  Fine Watch Repairing of all  Kinds.    Prices Reasonable.  Daily Papers,  Magazines,  Books,  Stationery,  Pipes,  Tobaccos and  Cigars.  DOMINION AVENUE  Phoenix, B. C  Agts. for Spokesman-Review  ������>*4>>4^'M^>4-H--��--M-H-'H-H4  FOR A GOOD  MEAL GO TO  The Mint  Restaurant  Harber & Thompson,  Proprietors. ,~ ���  ���    V  -Meals at All Hours.  .   The Best,tlie Market   .   Affords!.....  DOMINION AVENUE.  "s.  -'   P'hoenjx, B. C.   ���  WE HAVE GOOD  J-V^ "*J1   r ^ IN SHORT LENGTHS.  I���fry     W OOO GENERAL TRANSFER  Delivered promptly���by M: McINTYRE.  Leave orders at the B. C. Telephone Exchange.  Perfect Headache Powders  MAKE PERFECT CURES OF  ALL KINDS OF HEADACHE.  Prescriptions Our  MlflERAL'ACT, 1896.  Certificate of improvement.  NOTICE.  Willamfna Mineral claim, situate  i��j  the Kettle River Mining Div'-ioii  of Yale Di.-.trict.  Where located���Greenwood camp.  Take notice that we, George XV.  Rumberger, Free Miner's Certifica;e  No. B6450, and Alexander A. Mc-'  In tosh, Free Miner's Certificate No.  116513, intend, sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply to the Mining  Recorder for'a Certificate of Improvements, for the pur|x>se of obtaining a  Crown Grant ofthe above claim.        '-">  And further take notice that action,  under section 37, must be commenced  before the issuance of such Certificate  of Improvements.  Dated this 22nd day of December,  1899.  SPECIALTY.  J. B* BOYLE, Druggist.  The Win. Hamilton Manufacturing Company,  Limited..  Mining Machinery  Peterborough, Ont.,  ��� �������������������������� VaAiIi JEasUXam,* ������������������������������  MINERAL ACT 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  The Jokkr Mineral claim, situate in  the Kettle River Mini*1" Division  of Vale District,  Where located:���Greenwood Camp.  Take notice that we, Thomas B.  Garrison, Free Miners' Certificate No.  B13128, Michael Sullivan, Free Miners'  Certificate No. Bi3156, and George  W. Rumberger, Free Miners' Certificate No. B6450,' intend, sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate ot  Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above  claim.  And further take notice that action,  under section 37, must be commenced  before the issuance of such Certificate  of Improvements.  Dated this Sixteenth day of November, 1899.  Spokane Falls &  ������*o*--*  IS WHERE THE MINES ARE  MILLER BLOCK,  Phoenix, B.C  P&omise Sfeoe S&op.  AH Work Guaranteed.   Imported Goods.  FINE HOOTS AND SHOES MADE TO  ORDER.  PRACTICAL . MINERS1  AND   PROSPECTORS* SHOES   A SPECIALTY.  Pboeolx St. and Brooklyn Ave.  Northern System.  NELSON AND FOBT S8EPM.AD RY CO.  Red Mountain Railway.  The direct and-only: All-Rail   Route  between the Kootenay District  ���and all���-  British Columbia Points,      P  Pacific Coast Points*  Puget Sound Points  Eastern Canada and United States.  .���>CONNKCTS AT SPOKANE WITH���  GREAT NORTHERN RY.  O. R. & NAV. CO.  NORTHERN PACIFIC RY.  Maps furnished, tickets sold and in  formation given by local and connecting ticket agents.  Passengers for Kettle River and  Boundary creek connect at Bossburg  with stages daily.  H. A. JACKSON, G.P. & T.A.  Spokane, Wash,  -~Q-  Its fabulous mineral resources, its location, electric and waterworks systems^ and the Nine Producing Mines  that are now ready to ship ore, make it  the Mining Centre of the Boundary.  CANADIAN  PACIFIC RY.  AND SOO LINE.  Canada's National Highway  America's Great Transcontinental Lifts  and World's Pictorial Route.  The direct route from Kootenay, Kettle  River and Boundary Creek Districts  to ail 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 Revelstoke one day earlier.  Direct Connection via Robson to and  from all Points.  Except Sunday        Excefi- Sunday  15:05 Leave Greenwood Arrive 15.05  For   rates    and   full    information  address nearest local agent or,  E.R.REDPAT.1, Agent, Greenwood, B. C.  W.F. Anderson, E.J.Coylp,  Trav.Pass. Agent, A.G.P.Agt.  Nelson, B.C.    Vancouver, B.C  THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE  HE4D OFFICE: TORONTO.  '  ��� Established 1867.   .  "T G. W. RUMBERGER  TELL YOU THE REST.  Don't Leave the city until yo,u see him.  -lQ^~  PAID-UP-CAPITAL $6,000,000.  [Six Million Dollars.]   $1,000,600  REST.  President .Hon. Gko. A. Cox.  General Manager. ... .B. E. Walkek.  Ass't; Gen'l   Manager.J.H. Plu.mmek.  This bank has. the largest number of  branches of any bank in Canada, with  agencies at New York, Chicago, New  Orleans, Skagway and Dawson City.  Accounts of Coporations, Merchants  and Individuals received on favorable  terms.  Drafts, Commercial Credits, Travelers' Credits and Circular Notes issued  available in any part of the world.  Approved Notes Discounted; Collections made.  A" general Banking business transacted.  Greenwood Branch,  D. A. CAMERON,  Manager  o��90oo��o��e��������ec��ceooooes��  PHOENIX  BAKERY  C. W. Grker, Propr.  Special Attention Paid to  Hotel, Family and Mining Trade.  SHOP:  PHOENIX STREET,  REAR MORRIN & THOMPSON,  PHOENIX, B. C.  ���-'��� i  tew  Mm  i^\.r-  Jfta  -ir   �����.��  *��� V   sy  i  fliV I,  a  ,VJHf  V-..  If  ra1  ���m  P  *  v m  f ���Pi  '���V  (/  Sp,'  ��*"iii  it1'?1  bKL  1  ���in  ���l"n-r"T: -���JT-1 "   "iHTTT -"CTt1 ���">������ ��� ��T-a~n- ���!'��������������� I ���- -r.-|.|"'-J  ?~l T? -rr-nr��������� >���--����r��-�� "i--�����JH-i'H" ��� ���*      if Hi.    ��� ��� ���vr-TT-~m II ���! ��� ��� > -t~ -T,r���1  IS���  ���'V,  'li',  a��l .  TTT  fj.,  '':*>:  rr^  M%  iX >1 0  j 'I J. I  a*    -  '    -i    ,  fit,/'1 <m'  ���. -  fi      ��     i-  '?���& *  .Jv'   t��  i-.p.  S?        -'  J.   -** i>      -<*  U'-p   ,"     -'  l��  ''s ^, 1;  *s  '<P  TH1* PHOENIX PIONEER.  IN THE LOCAL FIELD.  '1 he Phoenix public school now has  an .tturjge attendance ot 30 scholar*..  1-oley Bros received a new lot of  fine Eng i h hats this week.  C R, Brown, superintendent ofthe  Brook!) n, started yesterday on a trip  to Montana,  W. A. Williams, mechanical engineer  at the Granny smelter, has been in  town seven.I days this week.  J. H. Love, representing the Consolidated Stationer) Co., of Winnipeg,  wns a callei at the Pioneer office last  Wednesday.  The Pioneer was the first paper in  this in*mediate section to announce  the defeat ot the Semlin government  .11 Victoria.  Richards & Collins havo purchased  the interest of Robins & Hart cy in the  Palace stables at Phoenix, taking pos-  soss'on on Thursday.  George XV. Rumberger has moved  into his new and commodious office in  the Wynkoop-Stephens building on  Dominion avenue.  Rev. Roubins, of the Church of  England, Greenwood, v\ns in Phoenix  Thursday. He expects to hold ser-  Mces here onci a month.  J. B. Boyle, the druggist, has moved  into the Wynkoop-Stephens building,  on Dominion avenue, where he is arranging his well-selected stodc. ' 1  Both Phoenix and Greenwood now  have their ways electrically illumined.  We mean their thorough lares, not in a  moral sense.���Cascade Record.  ''  The subject under discussion at the  Presbyterian service Sunday mornirig  is "An unconventional hero." Evening subject, -'Not lar Irom the' kiug-,  dom."  J. F.   Lawrence,   of  Thorburn   &  Lawrence, of Silverton,   has   secured  the premises lately  occupied  by  the  ��� Pioneer, in the Miller blockj' and  will  shortly start a laundry. (      ^ .  Electric line^ workers have been  busy,of late in Phoenix, and as a result  a large number pf hotels and other  business place's are now brilliantly  illumined o'nights. ,  Cakes and pies of all kinds, baked  daily, can be had at the store of M. J.  Walker, "'at1 very reasonable pi ices.  1'Vesh eggs, guaranteed, sat 30 cents  per dozen. ' '     * ">    ->- r C  ' Max Berger,   formerly   of ' Greenwood, has'purchased the lease/> furniture and good .will, of the^pidf Iro'n^  ' sides hotel from "Wynkbop-Ste'pfeis,  and took possession on the,ist.  vM; Mclntyre lost, a^yaluaule   draft  horse last Tuesday,    Dominion, Veterinary Inspector "Richards! j of Grand  .Forks, came^up,< pronounced it a case  , of glanders hnd'shot the animal,   , ��,,  Roasting of ore in heaps has not yet  been started 'at: the Grariby-Ismelter at  Grand J<orks,;but-will be. shortly. City  ol Paris ore, from Whites camp, is still  ' being hauledjn wagons to'tthe smelter  ' This evening a gigantic l��onfire will  lie a feature on Dominion  avenue,, in  honor of the' relieving of* Ladysmith  bypthe JBritish forces. '"If things'look  lurid'1 for -.V .time, therevneed be ho  ,. occasion for alarm.   '   '  ' -,,    ,  ��� Mnyor,L.A. Manly, c^Grand Forks  lias gone to Montreal and Ottawa, for  the purpose of looking after the" presentation to the Dominion? parliament of  ihe; .application of himselt and others  /or a charter for the Kettle River Val-  Jey railway.        > L '���/''.' '  ' ft. A. Stewart, B. A., who has done  ���such acceptable work as Presbyterian  missionary, in^ Phoenix for?,several  months, expects to leave for the east  Jn the course of a month to continue  his theological studies. An ordained  minister'has been chosen for .this field,  and Mr. Stewart will stay, until,his1  arrival. .  ..Mr. H. M. Irwin, pioneer Presbyterian missionary at Greenwood, An*  jaconda, "Midway and Catnip' McKin"  ney, is off ttTthe, wars -with 'jjjtrathco-  na's Horse., So,'although^that troop  is tnot provided with a chaplain, it has  ' one parson at least disguised in <Rhaki.  Mr;.. Irwin some .years ago graduated  Jrom Kingston military school.    .  Joe Chcnicr, who lud 'h.irge ofthe  building ofthe ore hunkcis ior the  Golden Crown, has completed the work.  The capacit) is 400 tons. For several  weeks drittmg on the ore body has  been susjiended until the bins were  completed. 1 rifting on the ore body  was resumed this week. From development work only ihe bunkers will be'  filled with ore in 30 dajs with in which  time it is expected the track will be  laid to the mine.    <  The circular reg.nding jecent C. P.  R. changes in the Koofenay reads as  follows: "Effective '5th February,  1900. Cap. J. W. 1'^ Troup, superintendent of the Coluaihia and Kootenay steamers, will also^ake charge as  superintendent of the Columbia and  Rootenay and the Nakusp and Slocan  railway branches of the pacific division, vice Mr. H. E. Beasley, who will  then be transferred to the cr>mi>any'&  head office, Montreal." v  ae was.  Wtnted, at Once.  Cash paid at the Pioneer office for  clean cotton rags. Bring * Vm along  and get your money. Don't btaud on  ceremony.    Any quantity taken''.'      L  ���^ L  '  v   '   '  Cimeron Court 1.0. P.  Cimeron Court, Independent Order  Forresters, meets'firsthand thirii Wednesdays of   each * month. * Visiting  brethren are cordially welcomed.  Alan Simpson,   J.E.W.Thompson,  Rec. Sec.  ,C. R.  JUt.T R1CE1VJ-D A MOCK  OK LAILST   131 SIGNS IN  WALL PAPER  And SNOW SHOES  Also a  complete line, of Stationer)',  Blank Books, Cigars and Tobacco.  Dominion Avl.     PHOENIX, B.C  WHITE HOUSE  <^CLOTHING  STORE  Cnrrlrs a Full T.!uc of  Oents'Furnishings and  p Custom Made Clothing.  ' Ah the season in nearly over, wtll sell tha  Celebrated Hudson Bay Blankets.  ��AT VERY LOW FIUUKKS.  ' M. WP CRANE, Proprietor.  Denlalon Aveme.' Phocaix, B. C.  op - btepnens  COMPANY, Ltd.  IN EACH OF WHICH IS CARRIED  A COM-   PLETE STOCK OF   ?-. ask. y6ur grocer for'  CALGARY FLOUR  SUNN & McCAGUE,  PRO.'KIEIORS.  City Bakery  R^d, Cakes, Pies, Etc., Fresh Daily.  IRONSIDES^ADDITION, PHOENIX, B. CT./     '   !'   Free Deliverv.  Hotel Phoenix  ,,".   DOMINION AVE.,:PHOENIX, B.C.     .-;'  The Pioneer Hotel  5  rx^Yoorxi  Finest Brands of Wines,- Liquors aiidFCigars always in'Stock  ? Comfortable and well Furnished Rooms.  ., First-Class Dining Room and Attentive Waiters.  _   V'    '   ;   /'- '   -       '      v   HARRY NASH.Prop.  Two Big Stores  SpeciaIJ^,^DE,ai,,td General rierchandise  Groceries, Hardware, Tinware,   Clothing, Boots  and   Shoes,  and General Supplies  >- -        v 1 j-  Pioneer Stores of Phoenix Camp.  Old Ironsides Ave. and Dominion Ave., PHOENIX, B. C.  X  r  H. E. Mixchi?ll,  ^ Fine Custom Tailor.  Has opened up a Choice Line of Imported and Domestic  Goods, which he will make up in the Latest  Style and warranted to fit. ���  Adjoiiiig Black's Hotel, Deniaioi Ave.  c^ ,    - Phoenix, B. C.  C  MUELliERflfkoS., JRroprietors.  L  Will be ready in a few  days to deliver a fine quality of Lager Beer.  Cor. Standard Avenue and Banner Street.  ,     Piaaos. ��� ( ,  -v? 1 Iwve secured the agency  for  aey-  eral Eastern  Pianos,   shipped  direct  from factory at factory prices.  L. C. Crawford,  Old Ironsides Tow-site Office.  PHOENIX, B.C.  Maple Leaf: Hotel r -j&r.i  ^ TWIST & SANDERS, Props.  FINE WINES, LIQUORS AND ,CIQARSf  ALWAYS KEPT ON HAND.  OLD IRONSIDES AVENUE,  PHdENIX, B.C.  The Alhainbra  >' <^^.Hotel and Theatre.  A. Branson &Co. Wm. Kiurz, Dllphos Lawrence  I Proprietors.   , Gen'l Manager. Amusement Mgr.  Tne Yalc-Coltimbia Lumber Co.  LIMITED.  Manufacturers of all kinds of  , Rough and Dressed Lumber. Lath, Shingles,  Mouldings and Turnings.  Our Presknt Mill and Yards are Locaied as Follows:  Nakusp.  .Robson  .  Rossland  Ymir   ���  Greenvv ood-  yards.  mill and yard  M (I It  -Gen'l office���mill and  Phoenix  Eholt No. 1  Eholt No. 2.  1 )eadvvood  Rock Creek  Long Lake'  mill and vard  We are also prepared to deliver lumber to any mining camp.  Our Company is enabled to Supply any order without delay  O0O000O000O0OOOO0OOP00O0OOOik>OO3O00O00OOtX>O00OO0  The 0��n Bottling Worksj  GREENWOOD and PHOENIX, B. C  Open Day and Night.  Accommodations for Ail.  NEXT .WEEK  .,        -      .  *     ���    ���'"7" ��*      ''* /   >'T��/    <   I ''       "    1 '  !*Love and War"  -AND-  RAG TIME 0PER1A;  ���^xMi  Columbia Baths and Rarber Shop.  Baths 50cf 3 for $K.OO  Under Columbia HorEL,  Phoenix, B. C���iu_  R. L. MILES, Prop.  mM^mMWi^maWr I**1 ^mm  anniff, Hose & Deacon  ' Are Now Ready to do All Kinds of  TINWARE, ROOFING,  ,Si    u%-i^  REPAIRING, Etc.  { *:*$  H^i  Dominion Avenue,  Phoenix, B. C.  -DRY GOODS  OOOOi  ;LLINERY  and   DRESSflAKINQ  oooo  When-you- waiit-a-meal  r, .that wi|l remind you  ������ * ^^^-"oByour'old'.libiile/ -'  away back east,  don't forget the  .P   uU  , .,, h'  ,-'\   SOLE AGENTS tOR 'I III-   .Lion Brewing Co.  Of Rossland, the* Largest Brew-"  ery ir^Briti'.h Columbia.   3ENEKAL   FXPORT  ACFKr   Blue Label Rx lv  Selters   Natural   Mineral Water  WlKSllADIN, GKKMAN\.  .     " ���        '     JAS. McCREATH & CO., Props  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOl  Tte Nmden Hotel  J. E. AHLMSTROM, Manaoek.  Fine Wines,  Liquors and Cigars.  ,    DOMINION AVENUE.   '     - PHOENIX, 1!. C  ooooooooooo  <4  PHO  #  0  SPLENDID STOCK  ���i  Opposite Butte Hotel,  ^���'iTWle^rJhr or  Pominion Ave.,  Phoenix, B. C.  Meals Served at AI!   Hours  a  H. HAWTHORNE  Proprietor.  O&&&&OC��OOOOOQGC9O0CO9OOQO  In the Heart of Famous Greenwood Campf  The Coming Rossland of  the Boundary County  250 Feet from the Brooklyn Plant.  One-Half mile from the Ironsides and Knob Hill iii'i'^  Railroad now being; completed passes through the toffii  > Centre of six of the most prominent mines in the entire  Boundary, all of which are producers. Plenty of pure ^atei  from lalce ou the property.  \m.  low.  Prices ip.   nsi m  ��5;  ,!J.  For Prices and Terms, apply to  tOW L Uiit  ia. B. C        tel tat  'Ha  (  TiftS  ,-L

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