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 -.-    / -+ ���  1 * <  .More men .i-c- w nil. ing :  �������� the mii.e-" "f !  PHOKNIX 1  ll'iian in nil otlifi Boun- j  jaiy'camps combined, j  : The Pawoll of  |      PHOENIX Jt  ' I    Is larger tban^thot of t  j   any  other* -Boundary ������  ':    Camp,                 ��� f  1  *  : ,  r ,  1'  iH>  \SV  ,V.  ('���ir*  '.  .  'l-*,**  , -:>  l n  'l   ,  Devoted to the Interests of the-Bouncfery Mining District.  Vou II.  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SA I'URUAY, MARCH 9, 1901.  No. 17.  Due to Arrive  THIS WEEK  <JL  One   Car   Ogilvy's    Hungarian Flour  One car Goodwin's candles  One car canned goods.  One car coal oil.  One car Mixed Groceries  These are bought direct  from the manufacturers,  and pur customers get the  benefit.  Qalland get our prices  before placing your orders.  ��������������������������������������������  i  1 wm-WMCO,��  * r    ���  General Merchants, Old Ironsides Avenue, Phoenix.  MEETING OF BOARDS  Held Successful Gathering at  - Greenwood.  VOTED FOR THE OPEN DOOR POLICY  Favor UnreilrkUd Railway Competition and  new County Boundaries���Next Meeting to  be at Kaslo.  WE HAVE PURCHASED the busi.  ncss of the Phoenix Tiading Company and have moved our groceiics into the  store occupied by them, which will now be  theGioceiy Department of our business.  Our stock has been greatly enlarged, so  lhat with the exlia store room we now have  ivc can promise BETTER TREATMENT  and CLOSER PRICES.  Our other departments are being remodeled, and in a short tims we hope to be  able to show as complete a stock in these as  in our grocery department, which means, of  course, the most complete in the city.  If we have overlooked or neglected any  duty towards our customers during the last  two weeks, we hope they will pardon us, as  everything has been "topsy-turv)" since the  fire. But from now on we will be moic  careful, as we aie gradually getting things  straightened out.  THOMPSON,  POST OFFICE STORE.:  Last week's meeting of the Associatt  ed Hoaids of Tiade at Greenwood  closed with the session of Saturday  night. In many icspccts the gathering  was a notable one. The only subject  on which there was much discussion  was in regard to the coal-smeltcr-iail  way policy, and it was soon evident  that, as a whole,, the convention was  opposed to allowing the C. P. U. to  have a monopoly oi' the railway business in the province.  'i'he first session was held Friday  morning and the last Satuiday evening,  the C. I*. R. having generously pio-  vided a special train, to leave" Greenwood Sunday noon, to take the delegates home.' Fiiday night the banquet  by the citizens of Greenwood was enjoyed at the Windsor hotel and Satuiday the Boundary Falls andGrcenwoud  smelters weie visited by the 35 or 40  delegates it*��� attendance. Sunday  morning a number visited Phoenix and  went through some of the mines.  Kaslo was unanimously chosen as  the place for the next, meeting next  year. C. Scott Calloway, of Greenwood, is now president of the - As  sociated Hoaids, and II. W. C. Jackson, of Rossland, the painstaking sec-  ictary for the last two years, was ic-  electcd.  Several amendments and additions  to the constitution and by-laws w ere  made. Among them was the laising  of the amount of the annual contribution payable by each board belonging to the Association fiom $15 to $25.  The following wcrc^appointed a committee to proceed lo Victoria to present  to the piovincial government the various lesolutions ofthe Association, le-  quiring its attention: Messrs. Procter,  Ross, Lalonde, Dean,. Henderson,  (Femie),Kerr, llannington, Buchanan  "and'Manly/with power to addno their  number and appoint proxies.  Some oi Ihe Resolutions.  'The followingiesolutioiis weie passed by the convention:  Resolved, That the piovincial government be asked to insist upon immediate selection by the 15. C. Southern lailway company and Columbia &  Western railway company of the lands  to which under their subsidy acts they  aie entitled, in older that the icseivcs  now covering an enormous extent of  land in East and West 'Kootenay and  Yale may be cancelled.  It was decided to extend, thiough  the pioper official channel a cordial  invitation to the Duke and Duchess of  Cornwall and Yoik to visit the mining  distiicts of Kootenay and Yale upon  their return from Australia, via Canada, to England.  Whereas this association has been  informed that an advance in local  Height lates to the extent of neaily 50  per cent, has lecentiy been made between ceitain sections on the Crow's  Nest Pass railway, and whereas, the  government lias the powei to regulate  said ft eight lates on this line; theiefoie,  be it  Resohed, that this association respectfully lecuicsls the lion, the minister of lailwajs to give this matter his  serious consideration, with a view to  relieving this. sections thus affected  from the present excessive freight  rate, ;:��� .J7'"  J Supreme Court Sitting (or Boundary.  Whereas, no sitting of the supreme  court has ever been held in the Boundary district, which has two supreme  court registries, four incorporated  cities, and a very large and growing  population, and whereas the present  arrangements for the administration of  justice throughout the whole inetrior  of the province are exceedingly defective and inadequate* and   ���  Whereas, all the five supreme court  judges reside at the coast, tin's association requests the Domh.ion and provincial governments to remedy these  grievances by requiring one of the  /supreme'court judges to reside iii the  interior; and J - ��� J..._, 7 , .  ; Whereas, great expense is inflicted  on the province as well as.' the people  by the fact that there are no sittings  of the supreme court in the Boundary  district,  This Association; requests-the provincial government to have such sittings  held without delay both for criminal  and civil cases.  About Water PIglitu.  Whereas, from time to time, apnli-  cations continuoto be made to J the  legislative assemblyof British Columbia  yb private parties and companies asking for special privileges in regard to  water lights; resolved, by this Association that tbe "Water Clauses Consolidation act" gives every facility to bona  fida applicants to obtain'water for'every  legitimate purpose and ihat no special  legislation regarding water.should  be  passed; and  Resolved,    that    (his   association  sUongly piote'sts against any legislation  which might override the contiol  of  cities ovci then own   water franchise Our M  and other fianchises.  lo Faior of a New County.  A lcsolution favoring the creation of  n new county to be called "South  Kootenay"-offered by tbe". Rowland  delegates, w.is withdrawn in .favor of  the following: .,>  Whereas, tho Dominion "parliament  has voted a salary for an additional  county couit judge lor British Columbia, and       ,  Wheieas, it is absolutely, essential  that such judge should be given 10 the  Uoundniy district, and 1  Wheieas, it is necessary in, order to  accomplish such purpose to divide the  present counties of Yale and Kootenay  Into three: counties, and       |  Whereas, the logical mode of divisions is to group in one county points  on the .same line of railway,  Resolved, by ibis association that  the present counties of Kootenay and  Yale .should lie re-divided "Into thiee  counties as Wows: AJI the northern  poi lions of s.iid counties' Jalong the  main line oi the C. P. R.,tQ be grouped together into one county,* the south-  ei n portion of Kootenay to l(e a second  county, and the southern* jpoi lion of  Yale to be a third county. ^  No Tinkering ol Mineral Act Wanted.  ,  Whereas, confidence is being cieated  and strengthened in the metallifeious  mines and allied industries "of this province and capital is now -seeking investment in the same, and ;  "Wheieas, ihe frequent changes in the  laws relating to mining cause uneasiness and uncertainty in .the minds of  investors and act most prejudicially  against the investment of capital in the  province;  Resolved that this association urge  upon the provincial government aud  legislature that no mateiial change  should be made in the "laws 1 elating  to metallifeiious mining and industries  and assessments on the same."  Resolved, that this-association is  clearly of the opinion lhat the pro-  uncial ^minister of mines should at  once establish and actively conduct a  liteiary bureau iii his department for  the spreading abioad at, stated and  frcquentrintervals through the piessol  the world, information showing the  vosthess of the   mineial lcsouices of  this piovince, their "development,   the  ~k...a *.���-*���<����� ^f-   -I       ���     -    -..!���-���>���     '     .'WM..1 . ������������ill 1/1  SMITH CURTIS HERE  P p. Visits Ph?enix  Once More.  IS LOOKING FOR MORE INFORMATION  Sa>s There Is no Truth In Rumor that he Is  About to Become Alforncyflineril ol the  Province.  Smith Cuifis, who represents this  tiding in the provincial legislative assembly, was a \isitor in Phoenix last  Saturday���for the first time since he  was elected, last July.  Mr. Curlis had jusl attended the  gatheiingof the Associated Hoaids at  Gieenwood, where he was an enthusiastic worker, as headways has been,  for the open door railway policy.  Since he was last in Phoenix Mr.  Cut lis has-been on a trip to Eastern  Canada, wheie. it will be icnienibercd,  he said many good things about the  Boundary ^ountry and its prospects of  gro*v^>=!'rom a mining standpoint.  '"Mr. Curtis, while in town, was in  consiiitaiion with Secretary Willcox,  ot the Phoenix Board of Trade, in  icgard to the needs of this locality so  far as it cou)d be assisted by the gov  eminent. While he is in the opposition, Mr. 'Curtis is carrying out his  ante-election piomises to do what he  . an for the general benefit of his constituency.  He was informed that three matteis  needed attention at once, viz., to  hasten the letting of tlie contract for  the new $3,000 school house; to see  that the Summit camp wagon road  was built as soon as the snow goes,  and to enlarge the appropriation for  the Phoenix General Hospital, if pos  sible. Provision, in a financial 'way,  has already been made for these matters by the government, anJ it only  remains to cany them out with the  least possible delay.  When asked as lo the current rumor that he was likely to be called  in,to Premier Dunsmuir's cabinet, to  take the portfolio of .attorney-general,  Mr. Cuitis said that there was nothing  in it as far as he was tiwaie.  Mr.   Cuitis  proceeded  directly   to  SECOND CARNIVAL WAS A SUCCESS.  Phoenix   Brus  Band Afade Appearance for  First Time.  I jst Tuesday cven'ng lhe second  masquerade carnival was held at the  l'ho<'i.ix.c'".:���,.'ii({ rink, and the atten-  (Jin.ie was evei: gicntcr than at tbe  first one. "Ihe I'hoenix Brass Band  made its initial bow before a critical  public, aud discoursed sweet music  fonthe skaters, giving general satisfaction. ' -  The judges of costumes and races  weie Mayor Rumberger, Thos. Hardy  and R. L. Clarke, the following being  ihe result of their decisions'; ^  Costumes. ,      ,  Pest ladies costume/ first prize,  celluloid diessing set, value $i2;jessie  I)eS|uin, Gypsy queen; second prize,  leather diessing case, value $6, Minnie U'ilkins, flower girl; best gents'  costume, first prize, leather dressing  rase, value $10, Dan Mclver, sailor;  second prize, golJ cuff buttons, value  $4, Harry Aronson.hunter; gents' comic costume, first prize, pearl handled  knife, value $1.50, Alex* ,M tin roc,  clown; best girl's costume, .first prize,  dressing case, value $4, Lizzie Bell,  highland lass; second piize, bottle per  fume, value $1.50, Lillian Russell,  Spanish girl; Iroj's costume, leather  diessing case, value $4, John Medill.  Boer.  Rices.  Three mile gcntS lace, first prize,  gold locket, A. McQueen; second  piize, gold pin,' B. A. Mclntyie. One  mile race, first piize, gold locket. A.  McQueen; second prize, gold pin, 'J I  W. Mclntyre. One mile ladies' lace,  first prize,'gold bracelet,*'Jessie De-  Spain, Gill's race, fust prize, card  receiver, Nellie Kelly. Boy's race,  fiist piize, knife, Sidney Carpenter.  Double race, gentleman and lady, first  pii/e, mirror tor lady. J. W. Mclntyre  and Jessie DeSpain.  rincc, tneir aeveiopmciu,   mv      ��� .  - ���.      . ...      , ���  .output   _.   ..._    --  the erection of smelters and refineries  and all other piovisions for the reduction and treatment ot oto, as a means  of calling attention throughout the  world to the same, so as to induce the  largei investment of capital heiein.  Banquet Given Friday Night.  Theic weie about 100 peisons at  the banquet on Fiiday night, ���'tendei-  ed by the citizens of Gieenwood to the  delegates ol the Associated Boards of  'Trade, and in recognition of the lor-  mal blowing in of the -local smelting  plants.''  'The chair wa�� filled by the mayoi of  Greenwood, l)i. R., W. Jakes. 'The  toast list was as follows: " The King,"  "Associated Boards ot'Tiade of British  Columbia,'' "Our Smelling Industry,"  "Our Mining Industries," "Our Com  mercial Inleiests," "The Relations  of the Coas' to lhe Boundaiy-Kootenaj  Coiintiy,'' "the Provincial Legislature," '  and "The Ladies."  'The smelting industry was spoken  to by Messis. Breen, Paul Johnson ol  the Gieenweed smeltci, 'Topping and  A. C. Flumerfelt of the Gianby smelter. The mining mdustiy was dealt  with by Messi s. V. Keffer,-Mothei Lode  mine, S. F. l'anish, B. C. mine, J. F.  Paiker, lhookhn and Rtemwindei  mines and A. c'riumeifelt, Old lion-  sides and Knob Hill vnir.Co. H. Benlle)  of Fernie,was also called, upon to .respond on behalf of* the Crow's Nest  coal mines. ���    \  Some excellent speeches were also  made in��� connection with other toasts,  by Messrs. J no. "Boyd and J. F. Bledsoe, (Vancouver), A. C. Flumerfelt  (Victoria), W. T. Oliver, A. S. Good-  eve and W. O.Laioiide [Rossland], G.  O. Buchanan [Kaslo], G.'J.V. Holt,  [NelsDiij, and ��� several others. 'The  proceedings ended at a laic hour by  the company' singing the National Anthem and "Auld Lang Syne,"  AYork of Phoenix Delegates.  'The I'hoenix Board of 'Trade was  represented by President G. W, Rumberger, J. V. Hemenway and R. H.  Kcit. ThestiJ. gentlemen were con-  stantly on hand and took an active  pari in the deliberations of'the convention. They were instructed to look  out foi the endorsement of;three distinct measures, and soWell; were they  presented to the gathering '������ that ������they  were all endorsed and adopted as the  sense of the convention.  Church Social Next Wednesday. 1  'Th'e-ladies of St. Andrew's Presbyterian church are busy making  preparations for the social to be held  next Wednesday evening, March 13th,  at 8 o'clock. A spicy programme,  consisting of short addresses, club  swinging, music and recitations,  will be given and light refreshments  will be served���all for two bits.  'The Odd Fellows, of Phoenix, '*.ave  secured Miners' Union hail for the  societv's meetings, as soon as'organized.  seat intbe house.  THEY C\ME TO SEE BIO MINES.  Delegates to Associated Boards Went Through  The Knob Hill.  Lpst Sunday a number of the dele  gates to the meeting of the Associated  Boards of'Tiade, which Hosed its_ session at Gieenwood Satuiday night,  rame up to Phoenix to take a look at  t'ie big shipping mines of which they  had heard to much. Mayor Rumber-  gei, a delegate to the meeting, made  the airangements, and met the part)  on its arrml Sunday moining, special  teams having been sent foi them at  the-expense of the city.  Mi. Rumbeiger, with J. F. Hemcn*  wav, agent and assistant treasurer ol  the Miner-Graves syndicate here, did  the honors of the occasion, and accompanied lhe visitors thiough the  long tunnels and slopes of the Knob  Hill mine, foi a distance of pei haps  two or tinee miles. Ol course, the  membeis ol the paity weie surprised  to see such vast ore bodies, as is even  one who takes the tioublc to see loi  himself. 'They climbed the steep hill  to the "gloiy hole,"' and saw oie being  actually quaiued out lor shipment to  the smeltei.  'The p.uly consisted of H. H  Haines, Cranbrook; A. Cameion, ��� H.  S. 'Turner, and Geo. C. Rose, Cas  cade; L. A. Manly, Grand Forks; J.  F. Laidlaw, Ft. Steele; Mayor G.: A.  Carlson and A.' \\'. G'obde'nough,  Kaslo; F. J. Dean, Kamloops; Mayor  C. A. Lalonde,'Rosslacd; J. P. Byers,  I). B. Stevens and \V. K. ' Esling,  'Trail. Mr. Turner is editor of the  ���Cascade Record and Mr. Esling is  one of the. proprietors of the Trai  News.  Bought the Wynkoop-Stcphens Stock.  Last Monday negotiations were  completed by which the stock of the  ���Wyiikoop-Stephcns 'Trading Co., Ltd.,  was sold outright to Morrin & Thompson. 'The sale included the large line  of general groceries and a full stock of  wardware. 'Tuesday morning the  purchasers opened up inthe Wynkoop-  Stephens building, and are now conducting two stores���one in each end  of town.     ���'������,���  FEBRUARY SCHOOL REPORT.  How Phsenix Scholars Stood for   (lie last  Month.  V. Class total 0|>c���Jay Cramer 764,  Claude Stent 759. John Giaham 722.  IV. Class total 650-Pertha Heidman  5S3, Stanley Graham 569.  III. Class total 550���Ella Stent 463,  Mabel Heidman 461, Ruth' I'etiie  455, Gladjs Hall 44S, Beit Greer 43S,  Gussie McAuliffe 430, Willie Biner  426, Mary Biner 418. ,  Il.Classtot.il 550-Emcst Kline335.  Cecil Hacketus34-�����::-.       ..1.-.    l  I. Cla*-stotal 550���Russell McLaren  42S, MTb; Mai shall 423, Lucy Marshall 403.  2 Tr. total 550���-Alice'Thomas 463,  Lizzie Bell 449, Everett McLaien 428.  George Heidman 391.  1. Pi. total 550 (aV Nellie Kelly  443) August Mueller 438, Ervin Mc-  Mullen 426, Viva I.ee 423, Ruth  Crane 421, James Twonow 405,  Richaid 'Thomas 400.  * 'Total 350 (b). Arthur Swanson  239, Kail Keith 2S2, Ruby MnMul-  len 274, Maijoiy 1'iazei 266, H.17JI  Marshall 265.  (c)���Vivian Keith 292, Floientine  Ph.ineuf 281, UUsses l'revonow 290,  Eddie Swanson 272, Eva Bell 264,  Harold Keith 263.  'Total  attendance 50,  Aveiage attendance 3O  These were   neither Lite  nor absent:  Arthur   Swanson,  Eail   Keith   Lizzie  Bell, Eva Bell, Ruby Mc.Mullen, Eivin  McMullen.  T. L. Buc.;io\T,  Teachei.  Shipments to Nilson Smelter. /  'lhe Hall Mines smelter has hal a  busy month and the arrivals of ore  have been laige Following is the list  of piopeities shipping: Athabasca,  Ymii, Queen Bess, .Moll) Gibson  Cariboo, Granite, Arlington (Slocan),  Yellowstone, Hewitt, Society 'Girl,  Bondholder, Highland,- Whitewater,  Trade Dollar, American Boy,Bismark,  Sunset,  Sovereign   (Slocan),  Ivanhoe,  B. .Mechanv five months   ago  lelt  WORKING ON IDAHO  Development of That Property  Started.  SMALL COMPRESSOR    IS,,COMING,  To be Used Till Larg; Central Plant is Manufactured for Dominion Copp;r 'Ce,~Stew'  finder Has S.iawa op Fine Bodies' of ore/  'Tliis week  the 'Dominion  Copper -  Co. began the work of developing the <  Idaho .claim, which has been idle ovev  a year.   A new "double" compartment '  shaft has been staitcdioo feet west <n  the old shaft, sunk 50 feet; by  Frank'  Robbins.   It is understood'to be the"  intention to   vigorously   develop   the  Idaho, and place it on a shipping basis,  like the Brooklyn and Stcmwinder, as  soon as possible, and to this end il will  probably be equipped with a small ma- ,  chinery I'dant for tempoiary use.     ,  The development on thcStemw'uider  to date, is u.idcistool   to   have b:e;i  exreedingly  satisfactory. ���  The work  has largely been drilling at  the ,114-  loot level, and therseveral hundred-feet  done by hand drilling have shown u;��>  excellent bodies or ore.   This having'"  been proved lo the satisfaction of the  management, most of the" ir)cnJ werc-  laid off this week until an air compres-'  sor is installed.    Excavations near the  shafthouse  has  been > made   for ' the _  temporary 5-drill compressor,  but the  plans have been changed  somewhat, /  and it is not yet known just where the  plants on  hand'will be  used  till  the  large plant, recently  oidered, arrives.  It is the policy of the management,  however, to lose no time in uncovering  the ore bodies on the \aiious properties*  and prepare for shipments as soon as ic ,  can be done���piobably same time this  "jear. '  �� ��� ' '- ��� <,  NEW TOWN OF MOLSON BANKRUPT.  Holds, Etc., are Now in Ibe Hands of a Receiver.  Boom towns in the "wild and wooly  west,'' go through all sorts ot experiences, but the town of Molson, on the  icseiration, no*r holds the record:  The place is located a few miles west  of Chesaw in Okanogan county, Wash.,  25 miles from JSIidway, and was started  last summer" by"''tTeo."B' ^feacliaiii,'  manager of the" Colville Reservatu n  Syndicate.  By the ex*penditure of much credit,  not cash, Molson was boomed to not  little extent for a while, but in du.:  time the eieditors wanted something  besides jawbone for goods lurnishe.l  aud seivices rendeied. Then Mi.  Meacham wenr east to secure finani lal  aid, and sent back word that he had  been successful; yet he or the cash  tailed to put in an appeal ance,then thiee  ol the creditois, it seems, decided to  ask lor a lcccuci.  Proceedings were begun in theCircuit  Com t at Spokane on February 13th,  and the eieditors filed a pen lion of  involuntary bankruptcy against Mi.  Meacham, the emut appointing J. I).  Mitchell as receiver.  Aviccent issue ot -thc-Seattle Post-  Intelligencer sajs:  "Monday night.acting undei an order  ofthe couit, which was telephoned  m fiom Spokane, J. D. Mitchell, as  teceivei, a'ccompinied by a host ot deputies swaimed down upon the un  suspecting town ol Molson and pio-  cceded to take ch.uge ot affaiis and  make an iinento.) of the liquors 111  saloons, the 1'iiiiMire ot the buildi..gs  and closed up the Cohille Resenatio.i  Syndicate's offices. 'I hey alio took  chargeofthe Hotel Tonaskct, one "t"  the finest hotels in Okanogan  count).  '���'The affair which precipitated the  action is recited in the fact that Geo: ge  'V V  V,!,'.  n f��  7. r y\  - - -: 4  :' '**  1   }  Silver Kill, Harthey, Tontiac,  lean, Miller Creek, Sivcr King  'Lake).���Nelson Miner.  Chap  (Bear  I. 0. 0. F. Notice.  A special meeting of the I. O. O. F.  will be held in McClung's feed store  Mondav evening at 8 p. m. As business  of great importance will be brought before this meeting it is essential that as  many possible should attend.  literary Club to Organize.  A meeting for the purpose of forming a Literary, and Scientific Club will  be held in the school house on 'Tuesday evening next at 8 p. 111. Everyone  interested is requested to be present as  the plan of the organization will be  adopted from lhe opinion 01 the meeting.  Will Have Night Watchman.  At last Wednesday's meeting of the  city council miscellaneous bills amounting to S22S.75 were ordered paid. A  sa'ary 'of $85 was vv>tcd for a night  policeman, and sever-.l applications received. 'The Sunday observance l��y-  Law was read the first time, and notice  given of a Hospital by-law, Officers'  by-law and Hotel by-law; all the members of the council were present.  'Miss McKenzie, milliner, of Greenwood, will be at the 1. X. L. store next  Monday and Tuesday.  f. A. Duffy started his weekly dancing class'Thursday night at Miners Union hall, there being a good attendance.  Next 'Tuesday evening a meeting of  those ' interested in organizing a  mandolin and guitar club, will beheld  at the. Victoria house.  A special ���meeting of the Phoenix  Board of'Trade will beheld next Monday cveninig at the schoolhouse.' All  membersa re urgently requested to be  present.  George F. Williams, of Greenw\wd,  will open a fancy dry goods and millinery store in. the Graves-Williams  block next week. Look- out for his an-  ni��uiicc-::icnt in next week's Pioneer.  _.   u lor  New York to organize a company for  tlie purpose of raising .money to de-;  velop the Poland China mine, and also'  to grease the wheels for the further  growth of ,. Molson and iis tributary  mines. When Mr. Mcvham left, he  was considerably in debt, and tlie-  petitioners set forth that it is their be*,  lief that Mecham does not intend to  return; in spite of the authoritative  statements given out by his agents at  Molson that he had been successful in  financial matters in the-east and that  his return would be a matter'uf but a.  short time."  In Boundary Mine?.  Last Monday was pay day al the B.  C. mine, in Summit camp, about $10,-  000 being distributed among the 10?  men employed at lhat steadily shipping  property.  Last Wednesday the 'first shipment  of copper matte from the British Columbia Copper Company's, smelter at.  'Greenwood-was sent to eastern refineries. It consisted of two carloads,  thirty tons each, being part of the first  two week's run.  Up tu March i$t the(Iranbysmelter,  had treated over 100,000JtDiwVif Phoenix ore.    Il is expected that the- ;a|j.i-  city be doubled to 1,200 tons/daikvHi'-'.  Inly, at which lime also the n';w UUtVc-  cuavciic'i'  wiil be i!::j'.ii'.!e-Ts"  8K ....'..'��� ;���'"'���/:;  t .       "    .        .'������ ' .     ���  ?"      \  .>"'���>   '��� - '   '"V-* .'Vi-j-I *���-..."���.- *!' - '��---n*,JT '���' . ,.' *+������*    >.   --i'-V-'   ,-* '���-���'������ 11:-".f"'i..t*.V'   -���'''���'s,*j-v, i   --������**��� *V   l--*'     '���<"���*'>  ���*',*������  ."'���'���>:>  ='���'".. "*i  M��'(f  j:  <    */  ��� Ta-Z 'r.'7*:J.TV~>~~r'r'T!'Jr.  ,***��� iituk^ 1*- a ���  ' '.. 'Arr,  Y_r._\_,r  A ���._  * ��^i \r $ T-HE PHQEKIX PIONEER..  The Phoenix Pioneer* ; *  -�����-^�� -     I jhc Canadian Bank of Commerce  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO. J t  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  cm  l&i  AT I uorxix. II c  (Tbe Jitoer wlicrt Ibe mines ��nf}  W. B. WILLCOX. Manage*).  CulumW* Tesrjilionr, J,�� ,0  Terno��& Nil** Telephone No <9  scisotfmois ix *��\ Afce.  yrr Ve��r ���   -   _ ���.....  .   - 1 * <*  ��.|x Month*   ���     -     ���  ' ��S  Io Foreign Countries   _ _-. ��5<>  If)-c��arcHOIs��aIw<Tn*er to Ihti paper, tins  f��n inrluitkn to jew to tKosme oat.  ���  ���  Urertruug nw f imbhedeii applies *jou  l rgul Bcdets io and s cent* per line  1 our w*eM> Insertions couttifnte one n oulli ��  stdvertlsiiiE-  J9GJ  MARCH  J 90 J  C \PITAJ , $S,OGO,COO.  Rest, $2,coo.coo.  Do You' Waril ��� Pttat?  For'ale at the Pioneer office a  country newspaper plant. An)one  thinking ofslartinga w a*LI> can secure  a baignin by addressing, Pioneer Pub.  Co., PhoeiiiN, B. C.  HON. CEO. A COX, Prtilitnl. B. E. WALKER, Cenenl VUtUfct.  J, K. PLUMMER, Au't Gen'l Kuagt r.  X J. W.H.SMYTHE, MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH. |  ^���������������^������������������������H+��>H*HfC*44**��+������*+**f|H+++*>+++4  Sen  Mon  Tuc��  Wed  Tiui  Frl  Sat  I  2  ^  j  4  5  6  7  8  9  30  n  12  13  H  15  16  17  tS  )9  30  21  22  23  24  *5  26  -���7  28  29  30  3*  -*���  rt  citizens 01 Phoeniv, in siew of the  fret that at present there is no general  public hospital in thccntiic Boundary  district, and also remembering t'-at  right here is the centre for a greater  number of working   tinners than  any  Oier a \ear ago the  physicians and hates.    Jn some-'ases ihey are almost  out of siiiht.  lis odd how- most ol il e Kcotenay  and Vale press are opjxiscd to the C.  P. R. on this railway question. Yet  it is natural for the C. P. R. to wish  to keep a good thing as long as povsi-  XOTICI!   KI.SPKCTIVC   Till!  R1UHTK   ON"  '    KXI*OKTKI> riMUKR.  Ncllcc N litrj-liy Riieti lhat the Intimation  dntaljTl December, 1901, under tiui heading ���*���  re-viutli.il, nnd that under the authority if an  Order In Cuiuiciicf Stic p!li iiist.int the -payment  ���furelwle oil all lliutisr t��|*ott**<l lieyond the  limits (fthv* Province wns alloued to anil was  riiMxmliuueil from Bud nflertlie -list oflleceniber,  i��x�� The mid order ofthe Mil instant farther provides lui the r-ajmtnt of a rebate an shingle*  exported.  J. D  PRKNTICP,  I'roi lucial becret-iry.  rroi meial Secrctar>'�� Office,  icth Jan jar}ai<*m.  NOTICE.  other place in this section, took up the  work of establishing an institution  in  Phoenix tint will be a credit to the  entire Jloundaiv.   At an   early date  llic Phoenix Ccnenl Hospital was in-j  eorponted under the Benciolcnt $0���  Jetics'    Act,   and   an appropriation  lJ,.C"ror. unrestricted  railway <oe��|*-  FINE  WATCH  REPAIRING.  ALL   WORK GUARANTEED.  GEO. ��. DEY,  WATCHMAKER  i"2 JEWELER,..  Graves-Willuuin nuitdms  l*irat St.. Phoenix. II. C.  Dom. IX Money Ordci* for Sale.  DICK.   LORAH,  the popular Caterer, is again  in charge of the   ....  ����.����������.���������������..��.*>.����.  .t....��..����t��.����.*����MM*t  No'.���� I* fceril.j-uvea tlua at the* next sitOnjMJJ  1 . ,        , , 1   .       ���    Joflhc  r.tence Oetuxlgsfetwrs  fc*r the Ot]rcf(.��  Oie. Y Any UUStnSSS mail Would, do lilt." { I*��K**��*  we irtccU to��pf*v ���� a trao>t.r ta <: ���  ' t Jehu Kaowles ii tin iiceccc whicS nt bold  la ] I  same. ,   . <K l>q��r &j-t��a��t sa Uw M��t llotel.viiiutcd on j ;    '      } IVimwmh Avmote, tx-t ��v SxieJk >. Rambeaxer  -���-��� j Tv-rareMiLe. Mkaeiaix,�� C  8S      ��      ��      ��       ���?  J he Nelson Iribune does not itunL.]               1 t=ovpsu3.\v icvowtix,  the decision of the Associated J5caid*l : ^ >a�� K����fa*.  :^S    ��S  I noomsi  ss   a   a   ��  Sgi9^KE^I>  rs -v*'  ttirrf"? *  hfh/,Z:i  my; *t^  b7  r 1  *, 1  '���**  V  Y>  t't  iA'  3K  TKIRD MECTINQ OP THE BOARD.  ,     The third annual meeting of the As  ROciatcd JJonfiSs of Trade of Southern  ' llritinh Columbia,   which   closed its  flalws last Saturday ctemng at Crccn  , ��ood, uns probablj the most successful 111 the lustory of the consolidated  orginiration.  v'l he attendance wa*?rthe  fargeif,   j.ilerest  the greatcst^nd^it  is bclic\cd lhe results will bejlie^far-  ���-   <>e��t reaching. ^$i{$>',,-   <  rossiblydic most mqioi taut piece  of business was the decision b>��a ^ote  of 33 to 5, tofa\orraiM)'competit'idn  in this^��teclion.   'IJie piily; delegates  1 'opposing tins  resolution^ veref' those  ^-cm   Rossland   aiid^'Prfiil.^ If^as  #,uitc evident that fheinfiuence ofuthe  4  C. P. Y\  was nil fm^hU gathering,  1   %!iatc\eMt ma) bcelsewhere.  J ~yi he" rtcommendation tqji.c4pern-  ment for a redistriF-uuon^oii'1., iiiiiiual  ��ounti<��5 > was  unanimous,  andj-Mill,  y   ��lien put int6 efft*et,7>te^of-the greatest  ronwnience to those^liaVing^busin^ss  at terms of rffjinty  ccurfcA/| hat \u\k  ^'Vdditional judge should Ue givcn'tollie  ^i(Bctmdai}v/S.riiilkamccn and Southern  '   .Okanagan was but^ right  "I'oo^Iong.  iif-   ^iil/cad), lias,this "section ^becii'^made  .,      AUogetli-          L.^'y^JC' *       ^ tion will'undoubtedly ijifr'prolific"of  WU '> ', '' ��*)d torSoutheMt? British"'Columhia.  towards construction arranged lor with  :he goicinineni /  IJ111 it takes (jtillc a su.n, several  lhoirand dollars, to erect such a hospital as is really needed here, and  winter was on us,.before-1 work could  be started Howctcr, a number of  subscriptions in cash were secured  from the mining companies here, and  in addition the Granb), Co. has generous!} donated a good building site.  Now the trustees appeal to the general  public for subscriptions for this most  worthy institution, and'we,have no  doubt they will rcsjiond liberally.  'lhe Phoenix General Hospital* will  be cor trolled by no clique, organization or denomiuadbn. and in conse-  "   \ y , "*  quence will be entirely free from the  defects ol institutions conducted under  any of the above auspices.' It -s proposed to erect at first .1 substantial  main administration building, two  stpries tugh, wifhjwings to be added  as the needs require'.     ��   ^  E\ery miner or others working in  Summit, tang I ake, Skylark, Providence, Wellington and Phoenix camps  can be? treated tlierc quicker���which  means even thing in case of need���  thai) from any ,other^ point in the  Boundary. ^As ^soou asy snow goes;  work will be started oil lhe building,'  the plans1 for winch arc now being pre3  spared by ah architect When )ou get  the opportunity, do "not fail to see .that  jour namc(is on the stibs&nption? list.  I he PhocniN General.Hospital will be  ^,t!;,e people, by the people, and for  the "leople �� ' f%  >f!*V  goodj.to^Southeast [ British-' Columbia,  EDITORIAL COMMENTS.  *��� i  f\ r*  %'AAyf j.v x  $imKEWQ THE MINING ACT.  ���A&Ai��<A> *  It is fo7,e dcicutly hoped that the  <lTcv,f��tt|lh>'tho^ mineral act. NearK  ' ?��\ciittioanf in tho piovince could make  <      ^-suggcstloas whereby,, according to 1ii$  * therj?5,Amendments to this important  1 "-fv piece of legislation could be made \\ ith  "\f adj^ntege^"* Toubtles^ scme^of them  '���r ^wofild.be wise, but it js equally certain  J, i he Rossland Mjnef sa\ s there are  millions to burn in the coal fields of  East KoUenav. , It"the statistician is  not fooling lis there a few hundred  millions' id burn v\ the Similkameen  aei-WBSSr'* ���.,  -.'i,^ 7  I-?" *j  f1f>  5 ��J��S  h5-i  ft        ��  B?  ^ il,  11 'tis W,3 JL  .f ?-  A<  1       <  ��ho^ would > really   benefit,, if   the  . !*     "    <  > v li f>  ��uneral attwasleft severel) alone for  ^ay^fiveVears^or 4so. t,While jwssiblj  *hc Boundary,has not felt it as* much  /is^sbme oil er( mining" districts, there  is no deubt* butuhat the liability of  'the mineral art to constant tinkering  }��y men who doubtless mean well, but  jdU otherwise, has had the effet t of  frightening away capital to no small  extent Jmestors ntc ehar)\of putting  Hheir money into a section where at  v/��ty titnc the laws in regard to min ng  inay be so altered as )o,citpplcthem or  lender their investments prarticalh  worthless. Some may consider, tins  jmpxirenie view, but it is not the  rase ���t  As t|ie mineiaf art stands row, it is  furl}' satisfactorv to the rank and file  Jtrhas irccftaltered and doctored year  a.tcr year, and there ismore frkelrhood  ^iil making Jt Mfttfse tliah better it ranch  /pr��3�� doctors; ah'd' evci!j',one ^fse takes a  ' >and,  js       i>K0E>H GE1ERU HOSPITAL  ii      ����  v ������  'f he time has arnrcd for soliciting  geneial subscriptions towards the rost  of tonstriirtion of tfee Phoenix General  Uwpitaf, mid the Pioneer is jrleased to  iehete |.hat a hearty -.irtH unanimous  icspeme>iH b*f met >wfh*n the part  J at those icsidtsnt-dn and around this  ;amji At this, iim^sometlung ot the  liistory of thp movement to date and  if fcs oljects \\)\\ n&$,be out of place.  {> ins  'J he Mother Lode smelter is work-  ing like clock-work,'turning over 300  to 340 tons of ore dailv, w ith a months'  supply of coke on hand.  Several da\ s ago loeJMartin an-  nounccd that lit would resign the  leadership ofthe opposition, but so far  the dispatches^do not state that he has  carried out the threat  <*. ���������"  :       t  also.  Some business mei���few',''we aie  gladito note���affect to believe that a  board of trade ��s of little practicahben-  efit to a town or city; Butsuch taet\-  ings as that  held by  the Assiiciated  1 ^ r    *��� it       yJ >  Boards last week in Greenwood, and  the evident influence of the organisation, go far,,to making/them change  their, minds,*    ���> v  iiJ(    r    t"     '  ^ T,astSunda> some 15 delegates to  the Associated Boaids meeting at  Greenwood, visited Phoenh, through  thecourtesi of our city council, and  were shown thrpugh two or three miles  of ore in the Knob Hill mine. They  are more than satisfied that reports  read of Phoeniv mines had not been  halt stiong enough.     ,  "Freight rate from Nelson to Sandon  have been rec'uceJ. It is now tune  to have some of 'the  same welcome  JUNESAtAST.  CertSEeaif cf Ls-u?Tea��ts.  ���sotich.  *~, "Kerstaoe'- aa��l -sjw��*jtk*r** toiaenl  isl-S situate nt tile Kettle   Hirer Mtflxttt  tftTbion if Vale Ihitrict  lition will cany  murh veirjht   It is?  no^ so long since ��� the  Tribune   *as[���  .shouting with might and main for the!  <E;  very thing it   now   bitterly   opshkcs. !   v��iw��sucataa.~iBCr��n.*��ood Camp.  ���       .,  , ,     ,       * .1    Taker 0K.t.��r? that t. Ccotg* W. ttaaberger.  Hut Nelson wanted  the ronnwtuion I **"����- Mtaet** cc��ificaw no. ��*?<%, foe i��i-*:ir,  * Ism! as ageot   &r Tbcouit B. tlamwro. Knee  then, and it made a difference.       *   iif<u��'* certifesttci*to. B^tta ami strict j.    , J Deraodr  Free Sliuo's cem&cate No.    B^-sai,    ~ j tutead.srjtyila>�� from the ciueherrvf to apply  ;' Victoria's new weekly, the Outlool, g��f^^S^v^^^t "&��  is taking fiendish pleasure in jumping,Gr^^ra^*,t~ tliat sctio0l nad���  Section jr, m��t tie cotatneitfcil beforcr the i3-  on the Chinese, and does not use felt  slippers in the jumping act. It has  figuredyout,some interesting; statistics,  also in this connection.1. One item is  that'the annual loss to the* business  interests of that city alone, by the  presence of the, Chinese, amounts to  $323,000���quite a tidy sum.   ���' -  l,f,   WHAT THE EDITORS SAY.-   , ,  lWmai! service of this part of the  country is something that w ill stand a  great 'deab of improvement.���Ivoote-  naiaiL ����� 1  John Houston, ot Nelson, has be;n.  leaving a trail of printer's* ink behind  him during his'trjp through the 'cast  ���Cranbrook Herald.       ,       *>   ,  I'j The snowslide season is about ��� due  in the Slocan, and we may expect, any  day to hear of some unfortunate miner  rushed to kingdom, come by the ava-  lanch ioute.~Paystreak. ^ ��.  '' Atthe present moment 'tho- two  moj.t imi��rtantr'-jx;rsonages-in, the  Canadian papers'arc John Houston,  thc/trust,smasher;J*and Carric> Nation,  ���Silveitdnian. -  Apftlcatica Ur Tnufer cf Liquor liuan.  Notice is hereby given that. I ��ill make application to the tsoard cf I.ie;usc Commisskvuera  ofthe City of Phoenbtat its next mectin*; for a  transfer of the liquor license held by Ilarrv  Nash cfthe rboenU Ilotrl, situated on I.otsS  aiKl 9,IUcclt 1, RumberKer's Addition to th: City  of I'hoenix, lo Victor Monmer.  Oated this i6U��daytflebmarj-. A. I), 1901. (  ,'     , 1IAKKY NASU.  mining.���Pros-  ' l'he situation NtodayVis,*4 that, moie  smelters must be built to' handle1 trie  ores' mined in the Kcotenays; and the  sooner it is"done'die better it will' be  for those interested in  pector.', ' ",, "'   {, ''  ���   "       .     . "^"rs' % 'A '  The Chinese   Emperor Ihas asked  certain of his s-ubjecta. to commit  .suicide. ..The,Miner .frill go further  than that and extend a general invitation to all the Chinese in thisjirovince  to go and do' likewise.���Nelson Miner.  ������*- -*   iv    7     j *,  v Johnlleuston,  M.LA. M01   Nel-  sop, has been in Montrcal^lately. We  areisure he inust have met' the ^ president1 of'lhe'C, P. It.'aiid shaken  hands with him. iie may have even  hajd" lunch with . him.���Sinulkameen  Star/   _"'.'-',   ":  . Wearcjtistjas loyal as the,next,  but' we do '"think i*the -Vancouver  World is. piling it onvinore than a  little'when, sjieaking'of the king,"sajs :  "He walks upon the earth and 520,-  060,000 human, beings feel the pressure ofhis Toot."���Nanaimo  Herald.  ..a, A-Vancouver minister has placed  himself on record as ���saving: "f regard the typewriter as a blessing to  humanity." He does not however,  say whether it is the blonde or brunette typewriter that the refers io, nor  does he mention her name.*���--Province.  Just as often as an American company asks for a charter to build a railway into Canadian tciritory, just so  often appear alarming articles and interview s setting forth vaiioits dangers  such railway connections would be to  'the commercial interests of Canada.���  'Midway Advance.  K. C. Smith, M. I'. P., in a brief  interview with* the Miner ves-  terday morning said that great dissatisfaction existed in his district over the  heavy ^ tax on the output of the  mines. The government would be  doing a very popular thing if it could  see its way clear to remove this griev-  swukc of such ceitiEcates rf Improeeiueuts.  "syofjao  OrcRcE  Where he will be pleaded to  see his old friends and patrons.  frtilli! Jfee tel Affords  -SERVED  IK���  Bated tbbx*,th davef Jani-ar}F A. D, 1901.  S> *        OrCRbE  \Y.  KCUBCKCEK.  "    Pole Teiders.        '' in * '  ' . t  Tendent wilt lie received by the' undersigned  upto Monday, March nth, 1901:   -    '., ,    .  I <>rhiii>pl)iuj[auddeljeeniig Telephone poles  along the wagon roads at itnl.es 'about 50 yards  ajiart, between Greenwood and Camp McKinney  and between Koclc' Creek and the internntioual  Boundary Line near Bolster, Wash.  AU poles to be good, sound aud well shaped  cedar or tamanve'nood, ?$ f:etin length and not  leas than 7 inches in diameter, al the small end  when dres3Cdi ,-, '  All bark and knots to be ucrtly trimmed off to  within 4 feet from the butt. , *' ���'  Tenders in list state the price cf cedar and  tamaracaud about the number of each   to be  supplied      " 0     i*    f ,,  II. VV, Khnt,    ��� . C. C  HODCE, i  Getil hiip't. Oist. Sup't.  Yancout er. B. C. - .Nelson, B. C.  FIRST-CLASS;-; STYLE.  R. LORAH, Prop.  VAUGHAN & ilclNNIS,  The pioneer  ...Butchers  ,   Of tin*: Camp.  We handle all Kinds of Beef, Pork, Mutto::'jind Veal.  ' Also Fish, Poultry and Oysters in sea .on.  Your Trade Solicited.  014 If oflsides Ave.  Onr Prices A\i4 Tjiight.  PHOENIX, B.C  BelFs   LiretYf Feed  aad Sale  S Stables <��  JIARRV HEM-, Pkopkikior. " '   ,'  j* Good Saddle, Pack and Driving Horses.   Heavy Dntyinj, ji  , '       Charges Reasonable. ,      . "^  ,    ' *   KN01I HILL AVE, PHOENIX, B. C. ���    ."'  PHOENIX  MARKET.  P. Burns & Go.  HKAI) OFl'ICK >0R IIOUJflMKY CUr.KK, CREF.MWOOJ), B. C.  1 lli:AI)t}UAKIKRS,NM.SON, H. C.   Wholesale MllM.il Neat Hercbits.  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Porks, Sandon, Slocan City,  Silverton, New Denver, Ymir, Salmo, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Niagara and Phoenix."  FISH, OYSTERS A Ij.D, POULTRY IN SEASON.  All orders receive prompt attention. *'  0.  Phoenix: Bakery  '' C. W. GREER, Prop.  Phoenix Street, Opp. P  Bread Delivered Daily to all  '   ;! parts of the City.  When we say ne make good Drcnd  ueare only repeating the words of  our man} c.istomers To the stranger  we say, Try it aud lie convinced.  I'll-.S. CAKIiS. COOK1BS, DOUGHNUTS, Ktr ,��l��aysoii hand.  Ijiglit Express in Connectiou  V. & N rilONI', 33 ,  Miners' Exchange Cafe  it 'J     , T, F. CMNi:, rrop. >  v      ;-  :,    A Homelike Boarding Place.  ,"DOU'.vn-j a;j. o.\��);:r- vuy2<;' o-ria*^ hill.  J.' T. LAWRENCE, Proprietor..  We make a specialty ol Ladies'Clothing ofallO   Only Union Help employed     Dnndles Called  kinds, and have an experienced hand fo*- this j for mid delivered promptlj toetey part of the  work*  Clvc us a trial with >our I'me Tabrics.   Sfoty.  Send in jour Order by 1'. O  DKST 0I-* WORK GUARANTIED.      "   J. V. & N ' PHOSF .VO w  Dominion Avenue, Adjoining Butte Hotel,  Phoeniv, IJ. C.  UNION HOTEL and CAFE.  Corner Dominion Avenue and Banner streets       "...      Opposite Miners'Union Hall,  "r-TC^ Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  JOSEPH H. GRAHAM, Prop. " ';.,  Comfortable and well-heated  ,   .   ROOMS.  It's Worth Knowing'^  That you can secure about anything" in  * Furniture,  Carpets, UpHol-  sterin��$, Etc./" ' ^ j& > ,j&'  -���  at the establishment of - -  ��l  ;BINN��,     >?>  o 01^ Ironsides Ave,  ^ We buy direct from f.ictory, and  whether you  wish   to 'furnish  one  55         room or fitty, wc will quote you right puces.    Picture'.Framing to  ^g    s order, \\ith a Inrge stock to select from,  a*   '��� .ii'iiUXPBRTARIXq   AND   EMBALMING. <��    i  modic'itt ajiphed tj Boundiry freigl t  ance.^���Nelson Miner,  oria1 ware  ANGUS NICOLSON, Prop.  Our new Dining Room is now fitted up and is  the finest fu the Boundary.   Give us a call aud  ��-49�����-��-&-��-��--�����g>-  KnobHiixAve.,  PHOENIX, B.C.  This hotel is centrally located, newly built and newly  furnished throughout. Everything is first-class. ]Jar  stocked with the finest.     '  Bellefvue  Hotel,  EDWARD SIMPSON, Prop.  #  try meals like your mother used to cook.  Miners' Lunches  . i Specialty. ��  Old Ironsides Ave.,  HOENIX.  THE PIOJNEEE,  {JL^ca^n^JWotel of Phoenix |  Everytlnng First Class, Blecttic Lighted, Electric i  Bells, Free Sample Rooms, 'Finest   Liquors and  Cigars.  '     3J. C. HOTEL CO., Lro., Props  it J. BERKMAN, Manager.  Old Ironsides Avenue,  ~i -  PHOENIX, B. C.  FLOWER <-M VEGETABLE. ALL RINBS.  (-  J. B. BOYLE,  v. &n r��i, so i$,  DRUQQIST.i  NKSI1T BKLr.  Hotel Phoenix.  DOMINION AVE., PHOENIX; B. C.^,  The Pioneer, Hcitel.  Finest Brands of WinesJ Liquors and Cigars always iu Stock  Comfortable atul well Furnished Rooms.  First-Class Dining Room and Attentive Waiters.  ,     ; '! A. BRANSON, Mgr.  Tie Dritish (oUi Vbotele lip (oipuq. M\ti.  R.-GREIGER, Manager.  ��� agents��� pabst( Beer  5    ' , Complete line of Bar Supplies.  ' .  ..GREENWOOD, B. C   Phoenix Stage Line.  Makes Two Bound Trips Daily Between Phoenix  and Greenwood.  Leaves Phoenix at "7.45 a. 111. and 1,30 p. 111.   Phoenix Time  * Leaves Greenwood at 9:00 a. in. and 4:00 p.m.  Green-  . wood Time.   Sundays, leaves Plioenix' at 8:15 (a. m.  and,Greenwood at. 10:30 a. m.  , McINTYRE & McDONALD, Props  *-<>0<H>0<Kr-OK><H><KH>0-0-*>00^>0-0^<>P  P>MQBNIX  3REWERY  JULIUS MUELLER, PropriktorI  Extta Fine  Circulates in  R\cry Prptlnce ofthe   Uomimon  cf Oaoada, K*.ery Mate iir.the Anier-can Union,  .   .      _, . ... -       Kn��l����<I.  Ireland, SeoUand!, Austral Ji, h<?��'.Jr Af-  >/���  ^LACK'S HOTEL OAFS,  Try them,  PHQBNIX, B. O  L. HINKLEY  PROf'RIETOR.  ""^You can get meals here that will melt in your mouth.  ^d�� ����.��t*��.r)DMlNIOV   Ave..  Patronize home Industry aud  drink Phoenix Beer.  Oor. Standard Avenue and BannerJ Street.  PHOENIX, B.C.  i-<KKH>0<KKKXHKKXKK><><^^  SLINN & McCAGUE,  PKOPRIETORS.  V. & N. Phone, No. 48*  Bread, Cakes, Pies, Etc., Fresh Daily.  IRONSIDES ADDIl'ION, PHOENIX, tf, C, Vw Deuvfkv  AM  I  *i1  I  I-  1.  1  if  s  ^^.-^lijpi^^^patelS^g^^  ���:     .iM..Ji..:-���1. .   k^.�� .,  ���-'���'-'j*������*���**%.' ��� --ss--,'   * t'-V'TjL -;���' !/���������.��.��- -,!->  *v i>- h 5+��-".��lV. .;%*i ,���*.-. T.i,\sv.i-.. .T^j;tI" ���!;'..��* ."���>.-.-���:.���*,..���:,.���..���'"���: -"^i--'-:,**���;*V-'���"���'���".   t, !.:*>������? "vs1"-l* ���-���-Vi��r.t-- - ��i!1   &������ ?r':i.���-:-���.���./���'��� -Or" .^'.^"niiinr���run������.���. %_���.  _,-w. ��   ��-j  ���."'.- \' '"���'���l;.iiV ."-,  '!.v   'A ������&:.'{<.   \ 1.'\   jf'il   t" 1 "-l'.   '    X'-T-'lk-, Y-'-.-j-.^.".'^:'   Af\\?;      '** '" '�����'���'-���-���-.���'"-������"������Jr.,''*V*,v''���'''-' ���;".l'"JS:-1iiV - ���'.���"^������-'���.f-''"���''" V < V-.-^ !Cm-���*���'���.''<,'���{'.<A A'1.^4 -" r/a* -','.-".., ���."���r^~"jT.--vr,-^Tl"-" t���r,r--7-^-^'-'s^n''^' ��� ������"���' V   'i  ���'..��..-..-.���������'i ',1:, 1: ���' >, *,'L"  .','. ���-.:���*"-.?." ."'���-������j'F. i'".."S"�� ft*?*** S1.'1 *t_ ���:���''" ������'"...-.j*:i"* r*   .*.m;-������'������'. j.".' .���*..���v. ��� s. ^'������i*.***. ������ '--l   / ,,,,1 i1:..'. ������.-*1,**.11'!''! * ;. ..'�����.������"   ���'-���.~~\'','*.\Lliy~*'ii-\r,:'-.*t-..,.*-j\--~��m..t'  ���������.'���."���.���s* ���. fi*tJ .- ������������vr-'f ������"������"���'���.. ������. f * 1"  *.".'' t v."J'.i. ������*- THT3 PHC/KNIX HGlxTr.R.  iLOCAN GOLD MINE  med by Successful Phoenix  Operators.  IJNU8-GRAVES  PEOPLE IN CONTROL  Js Said fcotkland droop Will be Developed  Extensively Tfela Spring and Aaotfcer  Smelter May be Built.  LThe following recently  Appeared in  fe Nelson Miner: ��� >  ?Ahout May   i   ne.\t,   the   Miner-  fraves syndicate will take the initial  lips in development of the, Rockland  ���oup on Kight-Mile creek, Slocan lake,  outcome of which will be to cstab-  |h what is likely to he the greatest  Ining industry in  the Slocan.'   The  jpciiditurc of $75,000 in development  the construction of a smelter' on  Pgiound to treat Rockland ores arc  I principal features ofthe .syndicate's  bgramnie.     ,      ���'   '        ,'s   .  |j'he Rockland group comprises two  |l claims, and a fraction aggregating  3ut 1 io acres of mineral land.  The  I'opcrty came into the possession of  rank Watson, one of the best known  lining operators in British Columbia,  fth whom was affiliated Judge Spinks  [iVernon. . Thwe gentlemen put con-  Jciable money into development and  pvotcd time and attention to securing  ear titles to iiic ground.- .When, this  ]*.��, in,sha|'C the proposition was prc-  ijucd to Mr. Miner and was taken up  w|'the,syndicate on "the strength of n  Tj>ort from their superintendent, Wm,  slen   William*, " ��vho     is^ said   to  live  described    the   Rockland    as  |hc biggest copper property in  the  Jmntry.','   Air. .Watson  and   Judge  [links retain .r third  interest in  the  pperty.    Thc( agreement governing  J sale provides for the   placing of  rj.ooo in the treasury for develop-  on t and for the commencement   of  eratidns by a  certain   date about  |irce months   hence./;,Work will  be  arried on tinder the direction ot Mr.  ii'illiains.  The Rockland is a gold-copper pro-  asition,'the ..values*being carried in  jlphidcs, which also   run about an  gunce of silver to the' ton.    It   is a  irong feature in   the   enormous ore  Jy the extent of which has not yet  en determined.     ,  When Messrs. Watson and  Spinks  ill-crated the property they drove across  (he deposit'for 95 feel, encountering  Jjre all the distance,,, ���. Drifts were  run  In both directions from the tunnel and  ihe ore continued in place.'   Thorough  iampling indicated the, presence of .1  %2 foot paystreak7 averaging, $i7_ per  ion, and *tha't<-the-6r(��-b6dy,'for. the-en-  lire width averaged  $8.' 'l'he   values  Ire about equally divided between gold  |nd copper.        '" ' -  ' ��� ;  A year liencc the programme of de-  ielopment will be completed and the  Smelter proposition will have advanced  Jhiuine&s in Southeast Kootenay is  said to be picking up.  Slocan   City's incorporation    as a  municipality is almost accomplished.  ' The new   land   icgistry   oftire for  Kootenay oixrncd at Nelson last Saturday.      ,   .  This month' shows a decided improvement in the coal and coke  supply at Fernie.  The Nelson Miner is giving the  post office officials of its town several  warm roasts.  Nearly ona thousand dollars has  been raised in subscriptions in Slocan  City toiyard the new hospital.  - Carrie Nation edited a Peoria, 111.,  newspaper for one day. It is said  that she used a shooting stick.  The Ottawa government has decided to ojien a'n assay office in Vancouver at which gold will be purchased.  , East Kootenay towns have several  cases of smallpox and strenuous efforts to prevent its spread are being  taken.'  ' The/second inauguration of William'rMcK.inIey ^ to be chief magistrate of the United States took place  last Monday, March 4th.  Last' month the Calumet and Hecla  copper mines of Michigan paid $20 per  share in dividends, or $2,009,000 in  the aggregate. >  In the provincial house tlie other  day R.F. Green strongly advocated a  bonus for a smelter and refinery in" the  province for the, treatment of' Slocan  ores.  ,* - A Utah court recently decided that  a mining company in that state , had  the legal right to condemn land for the  passage of a pipe line for conveying  water to its mine, for mining purposes.  The eight-hour mining law has  passed its second reading in the British House of Commons by 212 .to  199. It is similar to the British Columbia law.  For Separation of Ores.  Experiments are now in progress at  McGill  College,  Montu-al,   panada,  with a most ingenious machine for the  separation   cf   ores.     'l'he   Wethcrit  magnetic separator is designed to soi t  one oie fiom another by  means of  magnetic forces and is able to accomplish results lhat can hardly be brought  about in any of-or way.    The oie to  he treated is powdered small 3nd supplied to an ordinary hopjier by a circular feeder.   Fiom this it falls upon  a belt and js carried  along  upder a  strong electromagnetic.   Those substances nInch answer more readily to  magnetic force are drawn from the  first   belt   to a scrond transverse one,  which <arries them beyond the  magnetic field and then drops  them  into J  a second hopper.   By this   method  lubstances are separated according to  their   sensitiveness   to  magnetic influence with a very  small  percentage  of  error,  due  to mechanical causes.  Moreover, by increasing or decreasing  the electric  current  passing through  the magnet, it is possible to divide two  substances, both of which will respond  to the influence, but one more readily  than the other.  M1NEEAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements,  NOTICK.  X.ittlc Iluriie, I.ittleHiinir Fraction, Brandon ami  Ilraudi'ii Fraction Mineral Cminis, situate in  the Kettle Kiver .Mining Hit isiou cf Yale District.  Where lccjlcd���In Greenwood crimp, north cf  the S>bestir K. tnlneial claim.  Take notice that I. hyilury H. Johns jii, aclliig  as agent for James Marshall,' 1'ree Miners' Certificate No. H 7UH4, Thomas Roderick, Free Miners'  Certificate No. JU 7914 anil James McNult), Free  Miners' Certificate No. II :96.1s, Inteii'l, sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply.10 the Mining Recorder for a Certificated Implements,  for the purpose of cMaiuiug a Crown Crant cf  the aboie claims.  -And further take notice that aC ten, under sseo  tion 37, must lie commenced lit fore the issuain-e  of such Certificate cf Improvement*. 1  Dated this 1st day of January. A. D., 1901.  '7     ,.  L+4+++++4+4+++++++1++++++++QQi.+4.++4.i.4.+++ + ++4.+4.++++++l  WINTER SCHEDULE.    '  Spite falls M Mm  NELSON &   FORT  SIIEPPARD  RED MOUNTAIN lt'Y.  The only ail-rail route between all points east,  west, and south to Kos-tlaud, Nelson and all in-  termediate point*; couticctitig nt Spokane with  the Great Northern, Northern Pacific aud O. K. be  K. Co.  Connects at Nel'ou wjth steamer for Kaslo aud  all Kootenay Lake points. , '  Connects at Meyer's Kalis with stage daily for  Republic, and connects nt Bosgburg with stage  djily forCrdwl Forks audOreeimood, v1  J.;PI*KCTIVI{ SUNDAY, DKC. 3$, 1900. '  C. W. ABBOTT, Proprietor.  I THIS popular  lictel 1  1   *    has been refilled, f  has been refilled  refuruisliid and thor-  ���* ouglily    overhaul  IhrojKliout, and   fur-  ��. uislied with    all the  6 modern hotel com en-  <i nee*. Local nnd Long  Distance   Teleph one  { connection   mth   the ��  ��� offie -and is headquar- I  ters for stage and Kail- 1  . nil) traffic, and eitrj f 'jrf  5 attention is given 10 a V  1 the ccir.fort ni d con- J  f venlencc cf patrons. 1  S The hotel li is !��een e*i- *  ���X largeil 1 y ihe addition f  of fifteen uic.ly fur- k  nished rooms, J  ���J'he Best Appointed and Equipped  Hostlerv in the  Jioundaiv.  or- j *  �� I WINES, LIQUORS, and CIGARS.  IMPORTED akd DOMESTIC  Comfortable ��� Sample  Rooms for   ��?*��  Commercial Travefers  ! The  Pubic   Pfllroaj*;!  .Renpectfnlly Solicited- r  .We aim to ptiase our pre.  I       pent large trade and ���  j. deseri e more.  UP-TO-DATE MUSIC HALL.  Dominion Ave.  phoenix, b: c.  /ff*f*+*f*f*f*f*f*f4^*f+*-M-+-ff*f*f*f*H'OOC*+4+t++4f44**f*f*f*f4-4*+*f+-f��l^  P&oeaix Lodfc No. U,  Knizbts of PylHas.  Meets every Tuesday niglil  at 7:30 p. in., Miners' Union  Hull.  Visiting brethren welcome.  C. A.McCl.tX'J, K. It. b.  J. A, Clark, C. C.  An exchange'thinks that courting a  girl is like starting a newspaper. It  starts out weekly, tiien becomes atri-  wcekly, then emerges into a daily, nnd  if it has any enterprise and stick-to-it-  iveness about it, it comes out with an  extra about once a year.  It jis said that a company has recently been formed by Pittsburg and  Alleghany men, under a Uelewaie  charter, for the purpose of acquiring  mining property in British Columbia.  'Their capital stock is $400,000., Several gold properties are now being  examined in the Boundary district for  the company.  R. B. KERR,  Barristkr and Solicitor,  kotakv i'uiilic.  PHOENIX, B. C.  ALDHAfl & BLUNT,  Mine Surveyors, ,;>  and Draugiitsmkn.  *   . , Phoenix, 11. C.  Lentc.  8-30 n.su..  11-5011. m  7 00 a. 111.  Daily Train  Arrive,  ...6 40 p. ni.  . .3*10 p. in,  ...715 J>- ��".  .Spokane   Kossland���   ..Nelson   ' Night Train.  9*45 p. 111. _ Spokane .'..,., ,7x0a. 111  11 x�� p. in..1,!. Kosslaud 700a. 111  Hirst classsleepenf on night tram  II. A. JACKSON,  General Pnlsenger Agent.  II. 1\ 1IROWN, Agei.t,  fA\fi\aiu\   B. C  OUT PKICI'S TOR '  ooooooooocooooooejoooooooooooooooooooooaxsoooooooooooo  The Lion Bottling Works  GREENWOOD  -SOLE AOV.NTS IOR THE-  AND  o  PHOENIX, B. C.  Lion Brewing Co.  Of Rossland, the  Largest Brewery in British Columbia.  GENERAL   EXPORT  AGENTS-  Blue Label ���;:EN  Selters  Natural   Mineral Water  Wiesbaden, Germany. '  JAS. McCREATH & CO.. Props.  EASTERN  Townships Bank  FS'uni.i->Hi i* 1859.  CAPITAL   -,--<-     ^.coo.oco ',  RESERVE PUN I)'   -, -    $900,000'.  BOARD OP DIRKCTORS: "       <  It  W. HmMCCk, l'resideut, 'llos. Mj  II. CocH-  kank. Vi;e-Pie), I<rael Wood. J. S, If t^licll,    '  .��. Stevens, J. N. Cjler, S. W.'l iioiucs, tf. 11.  Kntlian, II. It, Broun, Q.C.  1JKAD Ol-'FICK, SIIKKBKOOKI', P. Q.  W'M.   I-'AKWKLI.i   Gen'l  Mgr., , '"  Jj��. Mackiunon,  Assistant Gen'l Mgr.     w   , '  S   Kimki.^   I^ocal .Mgr. '     ,',>', -  S. y. Momi, In'.iectorcfDranclies.        j       A  BRANCIIIiS. ,'  In rro^InceofQaebtc-i. - * -^-^i'^n^ri  Waterloo, \V. J, Briggs, Manager.    '  > ��  Roekl^laud, S. Ste\ens, Manager. ,    - "'  CovraiisriHe, II. p. Williams. Mgr.   " '       '  '      -     '  Coaticook, B Austin, Manager. '. ^  Richmond, W. I��� nail, '  ���*  Granby, VV, H. Kobiuson,"     .     ,     ,  j  Bedford, V.. W. Morgan, J> ��� ,,'���''' "���  Magog, K. V. Olivier, "_    . - . ' ,  St. Uya:i.ithe. J. I.*��framV>ise, MgK,   -1   "' (   ''/'' '  Huntingdon, I'.. N. Kr-binsou, Mgr.    ',/_<      -.,   '  Onnstoun, U'. II. Hargrave, Acting Mgr.  In Trovinc; of British Columbia��� , r> A    '  r       Crand forks, Wm. Spier, Mgr ' '  Phoenix, ������^Mgr. ' -.,  Ageutt in Montreal, Bank of Moutreal; T/>n-  don, I{ug��� NuttouaUIUuk of Scotland; Boston,       '  National Exchange Haul.; New Vork, National  Park Bank. '  Collections made at alt accessible polnfc*.  Drafts issued for any required amounts, good nt  all points In Canada,   V. S. and I^umpe.    K��- -'  change bought and sold. > '>  Savings Brancli Department at each office.  Interest allowed from date of deposit and compounded annually uithout requiring attention cf  depositor. " < ���*  Oilier Hours: 10-3; Saturday from 10 to 12.  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  kmy Horse Mtk Whips,  Hame Housings,  and all your  Harness .supplies from  H. G. SMITH, Gand Forks.  SCOTT & McUREN,  Contractors and'Builders.  ,' ?  Estimates Furnished.  PHOENIX, B.C.  II. S. CAVI.F.V.  W. B. COCHRANE  , 1 a'practical stage.    With-a view  to  Ihis contingency   the* syndicate has  |taked the entire flow  of Bear creek.  I'his gives them 300 miners' inches of  |ater at theextreme low water mark,  Bid a descent of 1,000   feet   can  be  tcured in tlie immediate vicinity   of  le smelter site, makinga water pow-  of rare utility.    'This dower "will be  |sed next   spring   for ' a compressor  ilant. . :.. ,  . Altogether the proposition is decid-  Jly the most, interesting of the day.  id its importance to the   section' of  |ic Slocan iii which the Rockland   is  cated    caiinot    be   ovcrestitnatcd.  Jnrtlier particulars of the matter will  awaited with keen interest.  OVER SIX MILLIONS IN DIVIDENDS.  le M British Columbia Mines Show Urfe  .,    Profits. '   *  .'Of the 28 British Columbia  mines  it have paid dividends all but seven  Slocan properties." - Of the$6,3Q2,-  16 said to have been paid to date,  isiderably more than half,' $3,975,*  i has been jxiid  by Slocan  proper  Sfch, of course, is the oldest of the  ling districts.  Inhere arc a few properties owned  I'close corporations or private indi-  fduals from whom the profits of (heir  ines can not be learned, but otherwise  [e following is almost a complete list  jthe dividends paid by the mines of  l\s province since mining commenced:  Roi     $1,400,000  lyne.' <���*.. 1,400,000  far Eagle    '    ,555,000  locan Star  450,000  |uth       350,000  [ariboo  312,000  laho   '      300,000  ist Chance  275,000  [hitewater  250,000  fall Mines  120,000  imbler-Cariboo  90,000  ��ble Five  "50,000  thabasca,.. ���  50,000  >t       '       50,000  lardanellcs  50,000  fonilor  40,000  tckson  40,000  ioodenough  35��ooo  'isun  35.��o��  jpcan Boy  35iOco  [ueen Bess....,  35��0o��  ,mir.  30,000  Washington  30,000  \o Friends �� 20,000  surprise ,  20,000  "ntoine  20,000  Kern  10,000  1. 1    W��r*l�� ���! 0����t Witness-.  ;    f  ��� 'There is much more news goes into  the editor's ears than ever trickles out  through his pencil, says the Silver-  tonian. Some people have peculiar  ideas of the duties of a newspaper and  if we were to begin doing what we are  asked several times a week, in the  way of personal roasts, without even  suggesting 'payment, the mails could  not handle our correspondence from  lawyers threatening libel.  While the editor is not in business  for his health, neither is he in business  to place his bodily safety at the disposal of all who desire to have their  presonal quarrels taken up. "Advertise him from one end of British Co  lumbia to the other," said a vengeance  seeker in the second stage of intoxication to us recently; "advertise him  plenty���if it don't cost anything! Say  it was a sober man from Nelson told  you." And before we could steer him  to the front entrance he had pied a  galley of type and broken a piece from  our towel.  CAYLEY & COCHRANE,  Solicitors,'E'ic.  PHOENIX, B. C.  PRINGE & WHITESIDE,  Barristers & Solicitors,  Craves-Williams Block.  PHOENIX, B. C.  D.J. MATHESON,  -,      1  INSURANCE AGENT,  FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT.  Camiiitssloucr for Inking Affidiu its.  Phoenix, B.  ���������������^���������������-���������������������������f-f-m-m  Phoenix  t  Skating  Rink  W. DKEVER, Proprietor.  N  R  D  FIRST-CLASS CAFE.  f i  , Well Furuished and Heated Rooms,   livery aiteution paid to the Ccinfort cf-Cucsts.  ,  Domestic aid Imported Liquors aad Cigars always in Stock.  N HOTEL,'ALMSTROM & BERG, Props. P���38SmE-M.Tec  The_:  Maple   L,eaf  Choice wines, liquors, and cigars always in stock.  Board by day or week. One trial and 3rou will remember  The Maple Leaf Forever.  ^m***  the public  and  fi om  to 10 p.m.   Fiom  p.mi ice will* be  f  PRACTICAL H0USIJ akd sign  ,  TAINTKRS, DHCORATORS, KTC  Phoenix sod  Greenwood, B.l  Pho��*e: Columbia 35.  Total .  I  Piants  Orders in  lion.  .$6,392,000  J C. (ioupll  signs    anywhere.     Leave  post-office.    Pioinpt atten-  Story Wllh a Moral.  Here is a new story of the man who  is too stingy to take his home paper:  A man who is too economical to subscribe for a paper sent his little boy to  borrow the copy taken by his neighbor.  In his haste the boy ran over a four-  dollar stand of bees, and in ten minutes looked like a warty squash. His  cries reached his father, who ran to  his assistance, and failing to notice a  barbed wire fence ran into that, breaking it down, cutting a handful of flesh  from his anatomy and ruining a four  dollar pair of pants. 'The old cow-  took advantage of the hole in the fence  and got into the cornfield and killed  herself eating green corn., Hearing  the racket; the wife ran, upset a five  gallon churn full of rich cream into a  basket of chickens, drowning the  whole flock. In the hurry she dropped a seven-dollar set of false teeth.  The baby, left alone, crawled through  the spilled milk and into the parlor,  ruining a brand new twenty dollar  carpet. During the excitement the  oldest daughter ran away with the  hired man, the dog broke up eleven  setting hens and the calves go(; out  and chewed the tails off four fine  shirts.   Cbrooic Kickers.  Whenever.you find a man finding  fault with the local paper, says a wide-  aw ake exchange, open it up and ten  to one he hasn't an advertisement in  it; five to one he never gave it a job of  work; three to one he docs not take  the paner, two to one that if he is a  subscriber he is delinquent; even up  he never does anything that will assist  the publisher Vi publish a good paper,  and forty to one that if the paper is a  good one and full of life, he is the  most eager to see the paper when it  comes out.    _.'-_,  For good meals, strict attention and  prompt service, the Knob Hill Cafe is  the place to go,- !  Will be open to  2 to '4:30  p. m.  7:30 p.m.  10 to ii  used by hotkey players."'       r  e ,   -*  Admission, 25 Cents  at  J. Mandel, Prop.  OLD IRONSIDES AVE.  PHOENIX, R. C.  AND SOO LINE.  STII.I. COXTIXUK TO OriiKATK  First=Class 5lcepcr>.  -ON AM. TRAINS FROM-   *  Revelstoke and  w Kootenay Udg.  ALSO  TOURIST   CARS   passing  I'uuworc Jet, for St. I'aul on Sundav's,   '  Tuesdays, Tlutrsda>s and Fridajs.    Toronto  i.n   Munclajs   and    Wednesdays.  Montreal and llostoii ou t-'nturda}*. -  Sam : car-t pass Ke\ cNtokc one day earlier.  Foi Time-tables, ratei  and  full information,  call ou or address nearest local agent, or  '  E.J.Coy'i.e,.  A.G.P.Agt.  "ancouver, B.C.'  O. W. Dev,  ���      Agent,  Phoeniv, 15. C.  The Yale-Columbia Lumber Co*  LIMITED.  * Manufacturers of all kinds of  Rough 'and Dressed Lumber, Latft; Shingles,  Mouldings and Turnings.  Our I'REsrNT Mu.i. and Yards are Located as Follows:  Season Tickets   for saiC  the office.  ���*������ *��*4"f-��-f+>"f4-f*f*f-f4-f++-��-f*f-M-��  C. A. McClttng & Co.,  *^7"E have a large stock  HAY, GBAIN,  FEED, EOLLED  . OATS, Etc.  bought before the rise and  and    can    quote    close  prices.   Quotations given  Nakusp mill and yard  Robson " - "      "  Rossland    "     "      "  Ymir "     "       "  Greenwood���Gen'l office���mill and  yards.  Phoeni<c  Eholt No. i      "  Eholt No. 2 "  Deadwood     "  Rock Creek ...   "  Long Lake .    ....   "  .mil! and vard.  J.S.  CAKlrR,  I).  P,  Kelson, B. C.  A,  0. D. PH..  Phoeniac Shoe Shop.. <  A1J Work'Guaranteed,  ed Goods.  Import-"  fine noois  AXI) SHOKS jrADE TO  ORDER.  PRACTICAL   MIXLRV  AND   PROS-  1'rCTOK.S'bHOhS   A  SPECIALTY.  We are also prepared to deliver lumber to any mining camp.  Our Company is enabled to Supply any order without delay  Corner Phoenix SI. nnd Brooklyn Ave.  Summit House  T. If. Richards, Proprietor.      ���    ���    ���     ���    ���       Cor. K'nob Hill Ave. and First Street.  Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Dining Room in Connection. PHOENIX, B. C.  d. w. Mcdonald  Job Work Promptly Attended to.  Plioeuix street (Back cf i'estoffice ) v. &. N*. Phone Xo 44.  Plumbing  & Tinning  Phoenix, B. C  on   straight    or    mixed  cars.  Office  Standard  Avenue.  Chas. A. McCiting & Co. ���  V. & X.  'elepliouc 35.  Cottage Hotel  GEORGE F. GABRIEL Proprietor.  The Finest to be had in Wines, Liquors and Cigai s.  NORTH END OF FIRST  street p.ri:x;e.  PHOENIX, B. C.  ^���SwM^Sw^^Sw^te^tgl  lerson  ELECTRICAL  MINE   INSTALLATION  A SPECIALTY.  f  CONSTRUCTION  SUPPLIES.  AND  Fixtures, Motors, Dynamos, Etc., House Wiring and  Dynamo Repairing.  Phoenix and  Greenwood, B.C.  %  ....HOTEL BROOKLYN....  (Formerly the Metropolitan )  High class wines, liquors and cigars always in   stock,  veuient sample  room  for Commercial  Men.  class Cafe in connection.  : KELOWNA ���  CIGARS,  o  UNION  o  MADE  **  Con-  First-  HUGHIE McGUIRE, Prop.  PALACE   LIVERY   STABLE  Stage and Transfer Line,  PHOENIX,  B. O.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificates of Improvements.  NOTICK.  Alma Fractional and Tairpla) Fraction Mineral  Claim!*     Situated in   Craud   Forks Mining  Di\iston of Yale District    Where located:���111  Greenwood enmp, east ofthe City of I'hoenix.  Take    notice   that I, John    Louis Orahame  Abbott acting as agent for the British Columbt.i  (Rossland and Slocan) Swidicnte, Limited. Free  Miner's certiBcatc No. b 41161, intend ��0 daw  from the date  hereof 10 apply to the Mining  Recordei for certificates < fluiproMinents for the  purpose of obtaining a C.-owa Grant cf each if  the abo\ e claims.  And further tnke notice th*it action under section 37 must lie commenced before tlie issuance  of such certificates oriniproicineiits  Dated thu. 2(ith dav Juutinr), 1901  so ' "   L O Abbot-  Stage leaves  wood   Leaves Greenwood.  Phoenix   for   Grcon-  ...... . :...S a. in.  .. 10 a.   m.  Leaves Phoenix ...  Leaves Greenwood.,  1 p.  41'-  111.  m.  Best turnouts in the Boundary.    Horses well suited for  long drives.  COLLINS & GRAY, Proprietors.  The  Only.  DOMINION AYE.,  PHOENIX, B.C.  Place Jin  town where you can get a Well Cooked  and Well Served Meal.  JOSEPH COOK, Manager.  CiitlFORNIA WINE   CO,  -DEALERS IN-  Finc Wines, and. '����  -.����  t&t Choicest of Cigars  Agents for Calgary   ; ��� c c .  ���Beer.==^==^   NELSON,  NOTICE.  The ColuniMh nnd W-wtern Kaihray Company  will npply to tlie Parliament of Canada ot it��  next session for nu Act as.siiuilatiiijfHn !��ondiu<  powers in respect of its railwny and branch Uric*  westof Midway to the powers already given in  respect of its lines constructed Kast of that point,  extending the time within which it maycompltte  its r��ihva*ys. and authorizing; it to construct such  branches "from any,of its lines not exceeding iu  any one case thirty miles in length, as art* from  time to time authorized hy the (Governor iu  Council, aud for ether purpose*.  II. C.VMI'U^LL OSWALD,  . . Secretary,,  NOTICE.  NOTICK is hereby given that The Columbia  and Western Railway C< mpniiy will apply to the  Legislative Assembly of the Province cf* llritish  Columbia,at its ntxt session for niwoct to amend  Section Sixteen cf the "Columbia and Western  Railway Company Art, i^qo" (StatuUs cfttrttteh  Columbia, ifoj6, cap. si) by <xttii(Ht!(j the time  mentioned in the said section for the couiplelit.u  ofthe fifth 1 nnd sixth sections cf the raihvey  authorized to be built by said Act.  Dated at Victoria, R. C.   December   iflth, 1970.  ROBERTSON & ROI1KKTSCN,  Solicitors for Applicants.  i   ,  " ">:f  i *.*��� .\  ��� aM  -  .J1  \ -1  L*f.-Sfi?3��i  |M,VjTVs  'N-i.jj--..;**  t*.^��.ViJJ  *r-*��,,.Jl   O  .Hi.1*,-*    fcl ii        H|*     ���"-  Lj  *.�����*������   ' �����   ���*������ f��j  ���>* \f     f*t*     1   hi,; ��7 mmnfmmt n'»rnra«ml>itH*,ssjMisihi»ir'ftj*'
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TH*
*W/*P<*1&& i Hospiti' i\.v> held at t c y.u - °<
LIMITED.
GROCBBIBS and MEN'S FURNISHINGS.
Lelanje o.   small.   Sneca. attention ^^l^^£^er; and P.r.t Street--Gr.esAV,..,,ns Block.   ^
-J  The Local Grist.   J
Vinn', March 15th. by the Miners' Union
**U! PitOCilK.
'I    f
W
Dr. Mathison, dentist, Greenwood,
both 'phone;..
'1 he singes to Greenwood have definitely abandoned runneis.
$275 will buy a good upiight piano
nearly new, Greenwood Music Store
J.B Combs, representing the Rossland Miner, arrived in town Wcdnes-
iia\. 1
Mandolins, violin, guitars fiom $5
up, GreewrooJ Music Store.
'l'he White Cooks and Waiters Union, of Phoeniv, now has 125, members
on the roll.' VC   ,'o ''     *
Muclfsofter'(5rather this wees- has
made a hole hi the snow  hereabouts
Monday,*' April,' 1st; the White
'Cooks and Waiters' Union -.\ill give a
calico ball.    '   "     ,
Dr.; Simmons, dentist, KendeH
. Block/Greenwood. V, & N. phone 96.
' ' The new Baldwin block, on Domin-'
* ion avenue, is rapidly approaching a
suhjert, "V Remarkable Faith.'" Hveiling subject, " Hie Old Paths."    \ cor
r t. nnl i:*.Mt.>l:on is c.tenJed  to   cverj-
Uev. W. II.   Andeison, of Green   uiai i..»n..i.t."
wood, enhanced  unlnits   with   Rev. 1|J0(J)'*       " . .
T   M   Miliar, M. A., ot Phoeniv, last      List Friday week    the th.rd  se    -
L „,V*™iiiin« annual inetil.n;; of the Pioneers ofthe
bundayi.ien.ng. n | jlollIulary cottnuy was held at Camp
Special offerings of choice  lots   n, * > l]ie o|{]
the Old Ironsides io*n«ta    A.H,, to ^'^ r,cIccteJ, J Jt „„, „,,
McArthur \-  Monk.    Also two  line ^  ^  |wu  nwel-|Ig Ql
lots in lower town lor sale. Gl«„«ooJ.
lames Biccn, manager of the Do J () c M(-^hur, of MrArthur &
million Copper Co., came in last hat", j. |kw be&} .v|)OII,-ed Phoenix
urdav, and has been spending ^K •tmmpm6ent i){ „,e EiiBineerinB and
«cckin<amp. _ Miniiis? Journal of New York, N.  Y.
" Any., data'm regard  to de\elopinetil
»rptc of completion.
' i,'   '
,V
Fiank Uailci, owner of the Sinn.....    .    v data' in icgarti  to ue\eiopinctu
mcen townsite, spent .scleral  dajs in fum-,si,e(]'),i„, Ul|| |)C gladly sent on
town tins week, and says he disposed for pub]jcalion<
of scleral lots,
Iii.'
to cn-
brgc- the duct loiatc «s s >on as posw-
blc, so as to adm't rtprosfiiiatrn-S ol
the diflciciU unions .i"J mines. It
\*.,s also decided to htffn the armc
noik of construction as soon as ihe
snow is gone, and push it to nn early
completion. Contiibutions tor this
puijkise will lie n detuned Irom any
aiJall. Jurticc \V. R. Wiliiacis is
ticasurer of the or^aniwtion.
Sltlps 333a Tons Per Month.
S. I'. Panish, manager of the I> ('.
mine, Strnimt <amp, was seen by a
Pioneer man this week. lie slated
that the s'iii»ncnis continue to a\cram about 100 tons j«r day. Dining
Januarv about 3000 tons ot ore weie
s''i)>ped to the Trail smelter, and the
Pebrti.T-y output, was the sain; in
lound numbers. About 100 men aie
constantly emplojcd at the mine 111
saMcns capacities.
Plie main shaft of lhe II. C has
icached a depth of 122 feet, andnoss-
ctitting is being done at the 4co-foot
le\cl. The mine is looking well in
evcrv israv, and the owners, the 11 C.
Chartcied Co, a close corporaticn,
doubtless ha\e a coinfoitable dividend
to distribute among themsebes oc-
lavonalh, although nothing is given
out on ilnsnoint.'        0
Mr. Panish anther statrd  that, although the Grand Foiks Gazette had!
announced two pr thiee tunes that the
property  had been sold,  he himseli
Mutch it'll., *ur ',"IJi \   Diimi 11011 Ai-   I'aw
It,^'r[U^or..oUnJerV<«,,c.M»ra>ae
lhe
e*pt«l
Willi\m m ia|1Ai
Wanted.
\d\ei tiser desiies situation in Phoe
„ix or Greenwood as coinpunion or
mother's help.competent in all brandies
uf domestic woik. Apply Miss JJ
Paikman, pjstolice, Nelson. II. C.
C.in.l^-«1* McAithuf
Clougn.
Codes     ' Bedloid McNeill-
Cab'c \ddiess"McA'thm.'
V. cutis est1* M-uii
I  ,
I Bed lot-
( 1 itbei.
Companies   Incorporated
and Piomotcd.
McArthur ^MoQ-k
I Cv-3 ' -
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Z'$i
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V'\
i»f' <-?r?
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->,„
J'or lessons on the \iolin, mandolin
nnd piano/s.v Pio. K.t nin inn. ' In
phoenK every *I htirsdav. ,v|,f^ "*•>
, NeM Monday will be pay., day in
ranipand o\ei $40,000' will be "dis-
tnbuted'lor wages a'one/'
y Stores^aiid oKccs^to,1r£nt'in/ihe
;VMorrison-Ander.son building^ w\ppl>
1  jo McAithtir & Monk'.^''^.'- ^     '
' '    Assistant General Manager Flumerfelt, of the Granby 'Co^spent Satur-
',   <la> and Sunday in towliT^v^
V,' ,.1 Wm!(Yolen Williann lias been'in
/   llossland this w«k, arranging^ for the
,    resumption of work chi Uie ;Caliiornia.
'  * ''phas  D. Hunter, of'the  Hunlcr-
'"1 Kendrick Co, Phoenix, left last Monday for a week's \isir to iltc?Sandon
' <l>ranch.    -    "      ■* -- >"JJJ,Ua> y A
t„ j '* A'tiutifhe/bfresidence lots^qii'/.tlie.
lOld Ironsides, tow nshe were'.disposed
,   oftth's'weck, vrith building''elauses> at-
' lachcd. ;-,v
^■*x^,*»-
,   The C P. R. bridge cicw is putting weM^^Ms3»«lj»»»»M*
in some 250 lect ofticstleworkioi tlio gj :: 9
Old I.onsides mine for aispur to run -    JHRlMUGIi     !| ' "S"19 % knew nothing of it as >e«
behind shalthouse No. 2. Ig     i-www       J- Events Thnt 01 —	
Secretary    Kionlan,    of    Phoenix *     mn. VUffU    \l     »«crcst    0 First Visit to Phoenix.
Mineis'Union No. 8, went to Kholt/S •■111- «•*■» sj Phoenicians <jg     AVm. Downie, the new supciintend-
rhursdav, where a monthly meeting £ ~      'W^-,^ cnt of the C. P. R. lines in   Kootenay
of mine workcib was held. ^^©^**»^«**«««f^,p«!i^|and  yaiCt made Ins first Visit of in-
1 Miss Noble ol Victoria, sister of It is anticipated, bom piciua-nary ] iion t0 ]Jon„dai> points this week,
Mi& I E Mills, has accepted a estimates, that,, somewhere in thel|jci accompa.iied bj F .P. Gutelius,
position as operator tor  the V. & ,N.'neiRhhorhood «• $15,000 or S^-ooo,^   NM J(sidm   engineer,   and
SSione CaSi Phoenix, »»» '"-* >\"»l l'» s|.,""g °"„"   f ?   < riamiiiasicr  Lawrence.      The paity
lelcpaone ^o.       1 nc       , ^ {^ ^^    ., h)<. ^ |M, dtf al^ vlwmiK m Tuesda)'s  train,
pumping station at the lake, a hvBeland artn inking over the new sjuu
tank  on  the hill, and whatever four-1.   inif ,jU),t for ,,)e (;rani,y Co heie
inch mains may be needed,    'lhe city'       - 	
council are working on the matter and
propose to act as soon as they are
able., It has not >ct been decided
whether the sj stem will be put in by
the city or,by a pi'uatc concern.
TBI PtOPlfS
[on
'.-1, '.-. »',-*>-   - W
J, W. Astley, consulting engincei
tor the Snowshoe mine, arrived from
Rossland on Thursday's train, and
spent a day or two in camp.
L. M. Hice, ..constructing engineei
for the Gieenwood, Plioen'ix tramway,
returned 1 hursJay frp*n Seattle, and
it i<i cxpertcJ that surveying will be
Stalled (Monda*,.    ^
J Fleishmann, of Vainomer, one of
the stockholdeis in the B. C Hotel
Co,1'Ltd., owners of the Victoria
House, came in on Monday, and is
much pleased with the outlook   here.
J, B. McArthur, owner of the New-
York tnwnsitcypn the lull, and fathei
of P. C. McAithur, vas a visitor in
.town last Saturday. Mr. McArthur
has great taith"in. the .futuie of
Phoenix. . , r,
Hereafter Kcv" J-'athcr J. A. Bedaid
will hold divine service in Phoenix on
the'fourth Sunday of every month, instead of'the thiid Sunday, as fonuerly.
PIl's nc^tlMsit litre will, thci'eioVe, Le
on the 24th insti   ' >,  '  > -  •■ »y   v" -.»
1 At St. Andrew's Presbjtcrian church
tomorrow theVpastoi, llcv.J. M.Millar
will preach at both services.    Morning
UcntTdown t'*e '■"" t0 (Greenwood.
HENDERSON,
The Jeweler/
,  and.Watchmaker
Wc rfuotc the following puces
this w cek:
Tomatoes, 7 cans - $1.00
R. Oats, Stt) sacks -     40
Butter Bricks - -  -     35
Cheese, creamery 3
pounds -   -   -  -     50
vSalt, Sacks  -   -   - 10
Wheat Manna pkg 15
Sugar, 13 pounds - 1.00
Cream, 8 small cans x.oo
Cream, 4 large cans 1,00
Eggs, per do/.   -   - 35
Potatoes to regular
customers per cwt 1.60
Oil per can   -   -   - 2.00
. ,uu -4     fiol.- a.        STOCKS, MINES,
Lethbndge iialt        4* RBAl estate
COAL "*     insurance.
BANKERS-Easfem Townships Bank.
'1 he New Yoik Life Instiiancc- ( o.
PlioenK Assiiiaiu v Co , ol l.omJon, Lug     ,
Biitish Amciica Assinance Co.
Western Assuianic Co. .....
Houses to Let.    Lots for m.Vc o. Umsc in Old Ironsides sub d.v.s.on.
List j ou. Sto. ks w ith us.     Contspondents
in Rowland, Siwkane, Toronto and Montreal.
OFFICE~Graves-Willms«3oBix>ck>    Phoenix,   B. C.
Selling   Agents     New   York   Townsite.       P. O. Box 33.
Stores and offices to let in the Mornsdu-Anderson block.
Apply to McArthur & AVonk.
The pe0pies Cash Store
McRAE BROS. & SMITH
Leading Stationers
and Newsdealers
■a,_„. .-.-.-.   of PHOENIX
0011115. TOBACCOS, tit,
IN GREAT VAHIK TY.
GRAVES
WILLIAMS
BLOCK.
No business man will object to  the
extra-taxation necessary to pay inteiest
on a sum needed for .water sunnl).   It f . T /, T>J      iJTTO-r-vpqo
„ one of the fust ..ecess.ties ot  U«  AuAIN       INf^BUgJLbb
iiii- miri its installation shouiu  result j    opposiu ii<.tciniooii\ii
city, and its installation should result
in a lowering of the present insuiance
mtes. , ,
•      tu
It is interesting to note the position
taken by the papers of Kootenay and
Vale on the railway question." With
but two or three exceptions, as far as
noted, they favor,the open door policy.
'I he Nelson Tnbune and the Nelson
Economist do, not favor this policy,
and attempt to'^belittle the effoits of
the' Associated Boards of Tiade in
recommending it."'
'        i ">   -        SIS 1
'' Last Saturday-evening a meeting of
the directors of the, Phoenix General
t-
Prompt attention to all kinds
of Repairing. New stock
of those beautiful Souvenir
Spoons." vCall and see them.
VICTOR < BINER
We Cany a Full Line of
Patents,
Sundries ^d
Pure Drugs
Our prescription department up to date in *
r        everything.
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\<-*~'y YsAA.
f.'n   rf      •■<■
J*ti„ ik - ^ ,   *
M&$'?TA '
lifA   ' ■>
St   hJ>
:,Jrb^tl>e Fepple of Pjboenix, B. C'.:
;;&^A good niatty of you gentlemen know us froni Rossland and those who don't can
-easily find us outf" We liave opened -iip a branch store here under the name of
#'v'i£fCriEAP SIDE, -STORE,, '
]f -.*        ^        " u,   >   Oft First Street, next to Knob Hill Hotel.
%."*?»,, Cf \h -Aud\vill carry/ajulVlme of CIothiiig.'Gent's Furnishings, cte.	
Jf'^Z^^^ & sl^- inlrHeavy woolen sox, a dollars worth for 50c
J* T*5oasUincl,inndvthat means hilly 50 '
ffl pet cent less^. ■ or halt, the 'price
Mou have to!payt an>where else  'n
All kino's of Harness
£andSaddlery"Workw
] done at Reasonable
• j Prices   &   &   &
Clothing,
Hats, Dry
•     Goods,
4 Boots *** Shoes
_*
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GIVE   ME    A    CALL.
Ml
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Shop
Shop
in N.   D.    Palorcla's   Shoe
Bring your prescriptions
to us and you will get
everything just as the
Doctor orders.
A.P.McKENZlE&Co,
DRUGGISTS.
PHOENIX.
Dominion
i Am*.,
V. S.N   •I'hone—17.
Slight.
Kelt
Attention Ladies!
!Buy warm clothing, keep away the doctor.     It
pays,   just arrived from the manufacturers, Ladies
aud Misses Heavy Whiter all wool Underwear and
Hoisery.
Our Heaviest Black 'Ladies' Suits - -"- f^-OO
Combinations aud Grey Suits from $2a)0 to iJJd.OU
Our carpets are going out fast. Still have a, few
pretty patterns left to close out. Bed sheetings in
bolt and cut-off sheets.
Charles    Sears,   ^mr:
Underwear, and top shirts, a dollars worth for 50c.
Shoes!-a dollars \ydrth J for 50c.   -i
Suit's of rclqthes, a dollars worth for 40c.
Handkerchiefs and notions, etc., a dollars worth for 40c
^ Watches and jewelry, a dollars wortlrfor 35c. ♦   .
Knob Hill Cafe   o   o   o   o
This popular restaurant is now under the mauage-
«^S  ment of'Harry Odams, one of the best known caterers
in the Boundary.   He solicits your patronage.
Opp.  Eastern Townships  Bank,  First   Street.
lis
uction §aWeWry>evening atr 7130.-
CHEAPSIDE   STORE/ B. BANNETT,
CLLANING,   RtPAlRISC.
RhNOVAHNG.
AND
An. Work Guauamifu.
Goods Cai li d i or And Dn.ivt.RrD
Union Tailoring Shop,
^ " "^
Imrsi STRrrT, Nkxi to Knob Hili IIothi.
THE TOWN OF:
movrs
Columbia—No 45    V S. N No 3s
gaLinCTwy,^"*™*™"™™^'^1--"^
feoB Hill-Hotel,
Is nb\sr open to the Public *
Electric-Lighted  ^Electric Bells
Free sam'file teems. Heated by hot m
W. V. KEMPT, Manager.
first sraa-i* •; -phnenfxT B.   C.
Now is the Time to Buy Town Lots in
■"&
PHOENIX SECOND HAND  STORE
- New aud Second Hand Goods
Bought, ^old and Exchanged
f> .,.. .Cip;VEi- AND  UPB01.STfcRIN'G"\\0RK BONn. .. .
knoisHillAva,     ;    :   > :   Next to Bell's Stables.
HO HUMBUG
mm-
n»vhilkve<j'lhekrger'»rtmnqfouj-gpoch m  the recent  fire,  «e iv:
t^ftce'lticm at COST PRICE Fjecsww they are slightly soiled  .inJ  dar
•e money irt h»j'ing
ES\dei"wear„ Hats
«*vv».^   w.-^.   SKoes*      .-
'G"-»©«$sHamt Cent's F«ys*ish
'convinced.''1 J [A.'yyA
ill i
lam-
PHOENIX
is scarcely a year old, aud is  the
most talked of Camp in====-
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
The MINING, and COMMERCIAL CENTRE
FOR' THE WHOLE SIMILKAMEEN j» Situated in Camp Hedley, close (o the
Nickel Plate Mines and Sterling Creek Copper Camp.
1UJM MlkJLkL3M«
1 SISL
"ST*-
The Townsite Com-
  ' pany will sell 40 of
the choice inside business lots next to COST PRICE. Your choice for $30 cash aud
$10 upon isstie of the deed.    Deeds can be given any time upon payment of $10.
Ou the 13th day of March, 1901, the lots ou the business street will go up from
$3 to $10 per foot frontage. On the orlvr streets.they will go up from ,?i to $5 per
foot frontage.   Come in now on the ground floor and make money.
mmmmm■BrcaratM u.L.UsWlnttii'1 urniirMaMtsana MatKsawmmwMrttt •1*w,^wtftJs«sJj,iHimuis»«isMlM«.^^ h—"' *r ™immmH*m\l,--nrvn,„„m..„^*stMimxsa*m
They Will Never be as Cheap Agaih.     '   This is an Investment and no Speculation.
This Townsite is situated on tho main v rgon road and location lines ot  three diffeicnt  wilraads,  half
v.ay beucen Kereincos and Punceton, and ai x.ijj; the coming minus in lintish Columbia    For further par-
The daily ore shipments to the smelters
at Trail aud Granby
average 660 tons, or
19,800 tons per month.
At this rate the total
shipments for the year
will reach the grand
aggregate of 260,000
tons,which places Phoenix in the foremost list
of shipping camps in
the Pacific Northwest.
Phoenix is destined to
be the largest aud most
prosperous camp
British Columbia.
in
For Pailiculars Rcgaiding Iinestments, Address

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