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The Phoenix Pioneer May 11, 1901

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 /f?cf   *h^*&>\   '��Wi  No mining camp In the Boundary  U attracting  more  uttcutluu    thui  if you with to receive tile inlnlug  and general uew�� of thin camp and  the Uoundury, fubtcrlbe to {lie  Piioknix noNKKH   i   ::':::  ;  i  Devoted to thc Interests of the Boundary Mining: District,  During the   >ear   1900    100,000 '  TONS oir ORE  were uliipped Iruiu  the mine* or  .   :       ;       ....  t  ^PHOENIX^  For the firat three months of lou'f  over 50,000 tons ��fore were elilpperi.pr  "t. the rate of 700/xn ton* annually.  , '*;%?R  *?1  Vol. II.  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, MAY n, 1901.  NO.   20,  LIMITED.  BY JAY P. CRAVES  Manager of the Granby Co.  Tells of Some of the Plans.  DRY  GOODS DEPARTMENT  TO SPEND $25MN MOBE IN PHOENIX  Dress Goods  - We are showing some" of the newest things in  Dress stuffs in plain and fancy.. Our spring effects in wash material are of the newest and all  fast colors.  Laces  Proposes lo Have a Minim Flint Second (0  None for Economical Operations-Steel  Buildings and Immense Capacity for  Great Deplb���Still Larger Smeller Capacity.  Some of the daintiest  found.    We have them.  and nicest that can be  Corsets  The P. D. Straight Front Fit Reform, the latest  thing in corsets.   We have them in all sizes.  Ladies' Wrappers  The newest and best goods made in Canada.  We have a very fine assortment of tfoese goods.  We can fit you.  House Furnishings  It is now time to replenish your linens. Come  and see what we have in these goods. They  will interest you. v  Cliied  General  Merchants, Old Ironsides Avenue, Phoenix.  "l  A New Departure!  We have arranged for regular shipments of  green vegetables and fruits. These will come by  express, and, customers can depend upon getting  them in first-class shape.  1  Bananas, Oranges," Lemons,  Apples; Green Rhubarb j*  Green Radishes, Green j* j*  Lettuce, Onions, Spinach,  Sweet Potatoes, Cabbage,  Beets, Carrots, Parsnips.  Jap  ^ As soon as fresh fruits, etc., are in the "market  we will have them, as we intend making a success of  the green grocery business.  .HAVE YOU TRIED any of our "SPUDS"  lately? Those who have pronounce them the best  in. the city.  WE WILL PUT IN STOCK THIS WEEK  Oae Car of Hardware  and Graniteware  This'will make our stock  complete in every detail.  Included in this car is a  good assortment of COOK.  STOVES and COOKING  UTENSILS.  On�� Car  of Groceries  Containing another lot of  the Famous Tartan Canned  Goods. These, you know  are the best in Canada.  The gallon goods are exceptionally fine.  One-half Car Sash  and Doors  This gives us every size,  and includes a nobby line  of front} doors. We are  prepared, to fill every order  for Building Hardware.  In every department of the  Hardware, and; Grocery  Business we are right up-  to-date. Our aim is to  excel).   We are doing it.  TINNING AND PLUMBING IN CONNECTION.  MORRIN, THOMPSON & CO.  DOMINION and OLD IRONSIDES AVE.     ^ 'J  Berth Phones  Jay, P. Graves, general manager of  the .Miner-Gravci .syndicate, accompanied by Alfred C. Flumeifelt, the  assistautgener.il mumigci, nnivcd in  Phoenix last Wednesday, after having  spent the uinter in the east. Mr.  Graves accoided the icpicsentative of  the Pioneer an interview, and chatted  entertainingly on the pluns of the syndicate in regard to the future operations, which, as is well known, are al-  read) launched on such a large and  satisfactory scale.  From the very inception of development in this camp under the management of Mr. Graves, that gentleman  has gone about his business in an intelligent manner, and as though he  knew what he was doing. He paid  no attention to the so-called "experts,"  who said after getting assays, that the  ores here could never be woiked at a  profit lie figured afier numeious  analyses, that the 01 es would be self-  fluxing, which fact of itself meant an  immense saving when it came to reducing them. It has turned out exactly as he and his associates had  planned, and the Granby Co.'s wotks  are now universally acknowledged to  be an unqualified success. Mr.  Graves knew what he was doing from  the start, and time lias proved this.  Great Increase of Phoenix Plant.  Mr. Graves s'tated mat the new  plant to be put in here in Phoenix for  thc operation and development of the  company's properties would be the  most complete and economical in operation that money can secuie. It  was not a cmestion^otV-Srstxeost*' so  much as the installation of machinery  that would reduce, to the minimum  the cost ol" production and handling  of the ore. Any machinery firm  could manufacture a 40-drill compressor, but the Granby Co. proposes  to have the veiy latest improvements  of whatsoever nature.  The new plant to be put in by tho  company in Phoenix, with the accompanying improvements, would probably cost in the neighborhood of $250,-  000 when completed. The building  would be of steel, and the hoist would  be capable of raising from 1,500 to  2,000 tons of ote each 24 hours from  a depth of 1,500 feet or more.  So far, although the progiess  made  is laige for  this  section,   considering  the time so far occupied,   the  suiface  of the properties owned by the syndicate  in   this  camp  had haidly been  sciatched.      The   management    had  learned that they could get  ore  of a  shipping grade on the surface of neai-  ly all of their properties, it being  cov-  eied meiely by  a  few  feet -of wash.  Up to the present the only surface 01 e  that had been shipped   was  from   the  "glory hole" on the  Knob   Hill.    No  one knew how deep it  extended,   but  as far as they had gone  the  management is satisfied with the results,  and  believes it has a body of oie that   will  last many years���even when they  begin  to extract it at the rate of 1,200  tons daily.  When the new machinery plant is  completed and installed the two plants  now in use will be utilized for a time  where they now are, but will eventually be kept as a reserve. It will take  a number of months' to make, set up  and get the new plant and live-compartment shaft in order.  Ore Shipments Increase In August.  About the first or early part of September thc increase of the Granby  smelter plant, now being provided for  at Grand Forks, in order to be able  to handle greater tonnage of Phoenix  ore, will be completed, if no unforeseen contingencies occur. The two  additional furnaces will necessitate an  increase of 'shipments t.romPhoenix  from 600 to 1,200 tons daily. Additional ore bin capacity at tlie smelter  is already being arranged for,-and fc is  expected that the increased ore shipments from .Phoenix will commence  about a month before the smelter is  prepared to reduce the. increased tonnage. Therefore, some time in August it is expected an average of 40 cars  daily, instead of 20, as at,present, will  be sent out from.the mines heie.  Had Several Offers for; Properties.  Mr. Graves stated thai it  with them. Beside*, they hud a good  thing and they knew h,fnd they had  no desire to sell. They believed in  the BounJaiy and especially in thc  producing possibilities of their mines,  and they were carrying out the plans  in their development that have long  since been mapped out.,j The matter  of dividends would take^care of itself,  when the arrangements? for development and extensive production - had  been fully provided for.- This was  now being done as fast , as possible,  but such undertakings require time.  They were well pleased 'with the results up to the present.  Will Smelt RctabllcOres.  Mr, Graves believed that the rail  way into Republic would be built this  year, and if this was, accomplished,  and he could secure 200.br 300' tons  daily from this camp, 'his company  would install still another furnace at  their smelter this fall, making five altogether. The Granby Co. now has a  number ol contracts with Republic  mine owners for ore, to be shipped  over the new line of lailway between  COULD NOT SEE IT  Council Refused McArthur &  Monk's Water Proposition.  THINKS PROPOSED SATES TOO HIGH  By-Law Introduced lo Float Stoat Improve  Meats Debentures to the Aoraaif af  SIS,M0-Vote   to   be Taken Monday,  May ZUh.  The chief event of-last Wednesday's  meeting of the city council was the re  lusal of the city fathers to accept the  proposition of McArthur & Monk, to  put in a system of water works. The  s|>ccial committee appointed to confer with the above firm reported, and  thc council  thought the  When asked as to the>'intention ��� of  the company in regard to building ad-  council thought the rates to be. ������....������ ,  that town and Grand Forks, and he charged by the new company were too rirw��nM.  had every reason to   think   that   the   high, i���"-" ���'.  road would be constructed and in  operation to the Forks befoie January,  1901. ' ,l;i  To Build More Cattafes. .  ',ev  should  build   some every year���ju��t  how many this year he did not know.  They would   have   to cdo   the same  thing at Grand Forks fori the   smeiter  employees, where they were also greatly     needed.   .The ' company '   were  undertaking many improvements, and  would get at them all   in   due   time.  More cottages would "doubtless be put  up in Phoenix this seasoii, as'sobn" as-  they could get aipund tq(it.-i  Consolidation is Almost Complete.  In legard   to the consolidation of  the four Mines-Graves syndicate companies, which own adjoining groups ol  mines in this camp,   and   which   has  been under way foi some) months, Mr.  Graves said that the details were  now  CDiiiplete,;and that the; assent   of the  stockholders-at the different  meetings  of the companies has been practically  unanimous.    Geoige.W. Wooster had  been appointed liquidator of the Granby,; .Knob. Hill-andiGfef��� Eagte":'com-  panies, but the   Old   Ironsides  company, being organized under the   laws  of th^State of Washington,   required  an order of couit   to   disincorporate.  This had been applied for,  and  in  a  shoit time the stockholders in the new  Granby Consolidated Mining,  Smelting and Power Co., Ltd.,   will receive  their ceilificates.  Will Build a Refinery.  Mr. Flumerfeit informed the Pioneer that the interviews recently published from himself and Mr. Graves in  the coast press, relative to the establishment of a refinery, were substantially correct. It was the full intention  of the Granby Co. to build a refiner)  at some point, being a part of the fai  reaching plans of the syndicate,  Whether it would be at or near Van  couver, on the Great Lakes, on on the  St. Lawrence river was yet to be determined. The advantages of the  eastern points would be investigated.  Is seemed to be the idea to locute the  refineiy where water transportation  could be had to all parts of the world.  When the council ojiened for busi  ness every member was present. Two  letters were read from the Smith-Eby  Co., of Hamilton, Ont., who deal in  water works supplies. "Then the report of the water, works committee  was read, a copy of it being given below. On recommendation of the  finance committee the following accounts were paid:  D. McMillan, salary Jioo oo  C. II. Flood, ralary     85 00  W. R, Wllllann, salary    jj 00  R. II. Kerr, salary    40 00  Pioneer Pub. Co., utatlouery, etc    13 35  The board of works reported having  let a contract for two pieces of sidewalk on Old Ironsides avenue to R,  A. Scott for #80.  Municipal rate by-law No. 15 was  read the first time. It provides ��� for  fixing the tax rate at 12 mills on the  dollar, 25 per cent of the improvements only being figured on. Prompt  payment, that is, by September 1, will  entitle ratepayers to a rebate of two  mills. .  the city to pay $2.50 per  month  per  hydrant, for fire purposes only.  Company,���4. The company to  put in hydrants and keep same in repair and charge $5 per month per hydrant; or the city to put in its own  hydrants, keep same in repair and pay  at the following lates:  lo     hyflrmitii or lent $4.oo per month per hyd't.  JO-IS "       " 3.50  "      " "  15.JO "      << 3,00 "���     "    , ��  Over w    "      ���' j,5o  "      " . "  City.���5, Reservoir to be not less  than 200 feet above lake. ' 6. Minimum pressuie to be not less than 50  pounds per square inch.   '  Company.���5. and 6. Subject to  joint-report of city and company engineers.   ,  City.���7. . The company to use all  possible means to keep water supply  free from contamination.  Company.���7. This ground is fully covered by thc Water Clauses Consolidation Act, 1897 and the Public  Health Act,  In addition to the figures already  furnished by the company for electric  lighting, these additional figures were  8 c. ]). lights at ^ of rates  quoted and subject to same discount.  Street Llibling.   ''  ao candle power   $ 14.00 per  light  per %year.  32     "          " jo.oo   "      "       "  *   "  Arc MghU....' 100.00   "      "       ���'       "  At the present time  the  HEADED FOR PHOENIX  Both  the V., V. &E; and  Great Northern. .  >-|V  *;' <-*.  BN'GINEEKS WERE HERE THIS  WEEK.  Lines Being R��a This Way Prom Both  way aid Carsoa-Cae of Which  Surely Be Constructed.' ,  Mid-  Will  company  would rather not install an rarc light  system on account of the additional  expense involved' with but small  return on money invested.  +%<%>%r%e  ourMMcs  J�� J* AND J�� Jt  .smellers.  LATE NEWS  NOTES  FROM     THE  SEVERAL  CAMPS.  Street improvement by-law No. 16  was read the first time. This by-law  when voted on by the rate payers  authorizes the issue of $15,000 in de-  bentures-for^o^ears^at 6' ;per" cent,  foi the purpose of improving several  streets in the municipality. May 27  was set as the date for the rate payers  to express their approval or disapproval of the by-law, and it was ordered published in the Pioneer till that  date.'  C. W. Abbott was allowed to renew-  bis theatre license for two months for  $33-33. a^d the clerk was instructed  to notily McArthur & Monk that their  proposal re water works could not be  entertained.  PHOENIX HOSPITAL TO BE BUILT AT ONCE.  was true,  as given out that his syndicate had received an offer of $15,000,000 for their  holdings at Phoenix , and at Grand  Forks. In fact, he had been approached several times by the representatives of monied interests, who  wished to acquire thc properties. But  they did not care to sell. They could  work the properties probably better  than others,   as   they   weie   familiar  First Section to Cost In tbc Neighborhood of  HMO.  In another column of this issue ol  the Pioneer will be found a call for  tenders for the construction of the  Phoenix General Hospital. Plans  can be seen at the office of W. R.  Williams, the secretaiy, after the rsth  inst., and bids are to be in by May  25th, constiuction to follow without  delay.  At the present time but one.building  will be erected, but it is expected that  this will be large enough for the present needs. : As time goes on additions  will be made. J'he accommodations  and fittings of the hospital will be ol"  the latest and best known to medical  and surgical science. It will be the  first public institution of the kind in  the Boundary.  As.-is Well known, the site his been  donated by the Granby Co., and consists of five lots located in block' 26 on  the hillside. The hospital and furn-  i.-hings will cost about $5,000. So|  far, including the grant from the government, $3,500 has been subscribed  and is in hand, which leaves it necessary to raise $1,500 more by individual  subscription. The mining companies  have donated liberally, and the general public is .urged to. help the enterprise along. I'he institution will  be in every sense of the word a public  hospital, and one of which the people  of Phoenix may feel proud. The  Pioneer bespeaks the assistance and  sympathy of every person in this vicinity for this most praisworthy institution.  Waterworks Committee Report.  The following suggestions as to  changes in the rales were made by the  water works committee of the Phoenix  city council on Monday, Apiil 29th,  j'looi, and the counter ones by the  company's representatives on Monday,  May 6th, 1901.  City.���1. No mining company,  private corporation or private family  outside the city limits to be supplied  with water, if the lake be lowered 8  feet below the present level.  Company.���1, The city to be supplied fitst with water for fire and domestic purposes, and if at any time,  the city's supply be in danger by reason of the company supplying water  outside the city limits, the city to have  the right to require water to be furnished it exclusively.  City.��� 2. No family to be charged  less than $1.50 per month, nor more  than $2, subject to a discount of 25  per cent, if paid on or before the 10th  of the month following in which the  water was used.  Company.���2.      Private    houses,  Yesterday was payday in this cam]),  when about $40,000 was distributed  for wages alone.  '  It is understood that the Mother  Lode management, in Deadwood  camp, are arranging to put in a large  general store.  A   crew   of' men  went  up to the  Rathmullen,   in  Summit   camp,  this  week, to begin the woik of pumping  out the property, pieparatory to start-  ing,deveIopnient once more.  . The first of the two necessary meetings of the  ol37t$rarfyy7 Co. s'hSte'  holders was held here lastfMonday, to  assent to the amalgamation plan. G. W.  Wooster,   the liquidator,' and   H. N.  Galer, of the  Forks,  came    up    to  attend. ���.  The crosscut from the bottom of the  100-foot level in the winze in the railway tunnel of the Siidwshoe is now-in  172 feet. A raise has also been  started from this level on the incline  of the ore. Four machines are now in  operation���all in ore. f"\        -   ��� <���  Last week the new 'machinery' a't  the No. 7. mine, Central camp, was  started for the first time. This is the  only propeity now being worked in  that camp, and is owned by the same  association of New York capitalist^  that control the Mother Lode in  Deadwood camp.  The two assessments of one pet  cent per share each, made by the  Moniso'i Mines, Limited, against  which there is so much complaint b)  Greenwood stockholders, is stated to  be for the purpose of paying off an  indebtedness of $5,000, to build a  railway spui and to add to the machinery of the miue.  John Doiscy, managing director of  the Lake Shore and B. C, Coppei  Mining and Development Co., last  Tuesday made a $4,000 payment on the  J. S. in Summit camp. The Blue  Bell, also under bond to this company, now has a ten-foot winze in the  north drift of the 100-foot level, all in  ore.  ,\V. G. Moore was in town Monday  arranging for the  appearance  of Mr.  where only one family  resides, $2.50 Gavin Spence and Miss Florence Mac-  per month subject to a discount of 10 i Donald in a selected   Scottish   enter-  1:  per cent, if paid on or before the 10th : tainment at Miners' Union Hall   next  of the month following in  which  the  water was used.  City.���3. The company to have  not less than 100,000 gallons of water  in tank at any time.  Company.���3. The company to  have a sufficient supply of water in  tank at all times.  City.���4. Hydrants to be put in  by the city and paid for by the city,  and to be kept in repair  by  the  city.  Friday evening. These entertainers  are from Edinburgh, Scotland, and  the press reports are very favorable  wherever they have appeared. The  Scottish characters have a reputation  for dry wit and humor which is said to  be admirably portrayed by Mr. Spence'  in his songs- and anecdotes, and in his  rendition of the death of Dr. Mc-  Clure, from the "Bonnie Brier Bush,"  he' exhibits genuine pathos.  cT >  For several weeks past parties''  of railway surveyors have been running lines in different directions ' from  Midway west and from Grand Forks  east and west. These surveyors were  some of them in the ,employ of the  V., V. & E. railway,' and some of  them in the employ of the Great Northern or Jim Hill. In ' fact, it is  doubtful whether some of the engineers know just who they are employed by, so closely are the interests  of the V��� V. & E��� Jim Hill and  Mann, McKenzie & Co., allied.  This week, however, the engineers  for the first time were doing business  in Phoenix, running preliminary lines,  eto Late last week a party of 16  sun -yon,, under Engineer Bell,  pitched camp at,the Last Chance  mine, midway between Phoenix and  Greenwood, the avowed object being  to get a grade from this place to a connection with the V., V. & E. survey-  at Midway. It is understood that  this survey will not touch the city of  Greenwood. Monday of this week  the engineers were in Phoenix, working down the hill. They started at a  post on the Idaho ground, and worked  down the valley on the north side..  It of course goes without saying  thai the greatest object of the railways coming into the Boundary is to  reach the producing mines, and the  greatest of these are located right in  the heart of Phoenix. Therefore, it  now seems to be a certainty that we '  shall have another railway here in the  near future, and possibly two. The  ,Great Northern is'sure,to come, -and  possibly the V.,i V.>'& ' E."< Lines to  Phoenix are being run, from''both . -  CaiSeir|^^^^^  Tddr.es"will be selected." It'is7 "possible  that the route from Carson will be  utilized, because" thai'would also ''give  access to the Grand Forks smelter.  Two concerns are now applying for.  a-charter to build  in  fhis sectioh of   ',  the Boundary.    One of these is, that     \  .bjfihg pushed by J. lirMcSthur'.arid" .  !  associates at Ottawa, and the other is  that of   several   persons   already" interested in Grand Forks.    The C.   ��.  R. :having withdrawn its opposition sto  these at Ottawa, whichever one is successful will at once begin to build, and  will work in harmony with the Great-  .Noithern.    Both of the applications  provide for reaching the   mines   at  Phoenix.  As it is well known, the Dominion  Copper Co., of which James Breen is  manager, and in which McKenzie,  Mann & Co. are still heavily interested, intend fully to erect a smelter  at some convenient point to the Phoenix mines. Midway has been favorably consideied, but nothing definite  in the matter has yet been given -out.  In any eyent, however, the new line  of railway is to-connect the Phoenix'  mines"with'the new smelter.  Those in closest touch with what is  going on at Victoiia, are of the opinion  that the proposition of the V., V. & E.  people to the government to build 60  miles of the new line this year, under  certain conditions, if the $4,000*' per  mile subsdty is given them, will be accepted by the provincial gove'inment.  In this event, it is more .than likely  that there will be nloie railway con-,  struction" in Phoenix this summer.  Later.���Since the above was  written, a dispatch from Ottawa states that  the application for McArthur  charter  was thrown out by  the  railway  commute, and that the  application   of J.  K. Stratton and others   had   been   re-     ��� -  ported   favorably.     This means   that    !  construction will begin in a short time.  It is well known that contractors  and  sub-contractors   have   already     been;  figuring on parts of the work.  B. Tomkins, of Trail, arrived on  Tuesday's train, and now presides behind the desk at the Victoria House.  Dr. Mathison will be at his dental  office in the Graves-Williams block  from;May 10th to 13th.  SERIOUSLY HURT AT OLD  IRONSIDES.  Blast at the 200-Foot Level   Went   off  Too  Soon For Frank Nelson.  Thursday morning about half past  one o'clock a serious accident occurred at the Old Ironsides mine,  which may result fatally. Two men  are employed to do all the blasting in  the mine, Frank Nelson and Charles  Johnson. They had loaded and  spitted a round of holes in foot wall  upraise No. r., about 60 feet, from the  200-foot level, and at once started  away. Johnson was first and. got away  to safety. Not seeing Nelson following closely, he called back to him to  hurry up, and just then heard the  shots go off. Nelson had not left in  time for some reason, and was caught  by part of the blast.  When taken out Nelson was unconscious, having sustained a serious  fracture of the skull , and other injuries."  .:>  w  '4,  vl  a."  1  :!*  i ji,  ''l-i '  'V:  t 'i  liss^s^^ i-^yfeS^fe^v'v.".''. u ?":'v-:<':.
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knew what great thing would hap|>en
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in earnest, capital assisting. "Better
transportation facilities were'secured,
pre: bodiesdwere explored .and/the
possibilities of treatment j were tested.
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a Then came the inevitable ■■ reaction.
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from the i;wprthjess, and consequent
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the^ caiiiii simniered;dowh to business.
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we f^ive SPECIAL RATES to I^mi- J and delivered prompt-
lies ;an^'Horels on Blankets, Curtail, |ly, to: every part of
we nave'5the best; of"} the city:  Send your
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sell Jiqorliyretnll hi the Hotel Union, Phoenix;
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■i»AA.    i i f. ,V| THE HfOENIX PIONEER.  OLD  lKtONSIDE;B  \cMicc Z  t-  >:t Jciir  ,'.' Jf"'   7.  SPECIALS.  FOR SAL,E~$t,6oo will buy a very central  lot on Knob Hill Ave, with good house.  &fcQOQ will buy a very central property, return-  ijgpisper cent interest on investment.  '-  A pair fif^hoice corner lots for sale cheap. Enquire.   -  $250 each for lots on Ironsides Division; build-  ���'' iug(.cohditions.  Residence Lots for $150 and $175 on easy terms.  Building Loans'at an early date.    Fire insur-  "~ ance written.  J. E. MILLS, Agent,  ' Vj & N. TEL. Sr. UOKRXaON.ANOSRSON UK PIXST ST., PHOENlX.  ' CormpoBdencc Solicited.  TUItora in dty arc cordially incited to  call sad inspect properties.  AND  OTHER   CITY   PROPERTY  FOR   SALE  -'J  J. E,. MILLS, Ag'eiit  4|M-HHHfH.^*M*^u4*on��mu4***4**i*u*u��ut  THE BUTTE,  C. W. ABBOTT, Proprietor.  rTHIS pouuta?rViiort  I    1    hi* been refitted,  I refurnished and thor-  j oughly    overhauled  I throughout, and   fur-  I nlatied with    alt the  I inuderu hotel convenience*. Local and Long  Distance   Telephone  connection   with   the j  odicr-aiiil ia headn   tera foi Stage and  '   The1 Best 'Appointed and Equipped  Ho'stlery in the Boundary. ^  WINES, LIQUORS, aid CURS ,  IMPORTED',and DOMESTIC,   = *'  way traffic; and eveiy  . attention la   given  to  tthe comfort and convenience of patrons.  2 The hotel liaa been en-  a Urged by the addition  Comfortable Sample  j* Rooms for j��  Commercial Travelers  The  PaMIc   Patraaage  Reittcllally Solicltc.*  We aim to please our pre.  Rent large trade and  dcacrvc more.  UP-TO-DATE, MUSIC HALL.  a tarced by the addition ��� ,,( ^   I of fifteen   nicely   fur- I     ' , _     _  nialied rooma, ?   DOMINION AVK.,      PHOENIX.  B.  C.  W��AT THE NEWSPAPER MEN ARE DOING.  WW��HHM tlltlM��0O0����HMHHMHHtHMI  ..;.HOTEb BROOKLYN...  ' ��*lt'iy-~ '^;vv^(Pory��JJjfihe Metropolitan.^'-^'* -1      ���:-".  '-.     ���'���  High class wines, liquors and cigars, always in stock. Convenient . sample ��� room. iow \E01umercial'. Men. First-  class Cafe'in connection.'  HUGHIB McGUIRE, Prop  ��� 're'*'.'"1'       ���   / ^^  CALIFORNIA   WINE   CO.,  .    DEALERS IN~V^-    -  Fkc Whies and   <&' ���*���  the  Choicest of Ggars  Agents ;for^ Calgary  ;    "'   K Beer.���������  NELSON, B. C  : fc��� v.��Af"  .   (������**���     a^-0      ��     V  PSLACE   OVERY  STABLE  Stage and Transfer Line,  PHOENIX, .  Stage leaves   Phoenix  wood   Leaves Greenwood'....  for Green-  ... .8 a. in.  .. 10 a.  m.  B. C.  Leaves Phoenik   i p. m.  Leaves Greenwood 4 p. m.  Qajlll Drtws ���( SMttMuttra. Iritis* 'tafaar-  MaartcPragftaaiT* Ut  ' The Trail Creek News is a credit  to the'town in which.it is issued.  '  The Economist, Nelson's third pa-  4i per, is an interesting literary weekly.  The Silvertonian is the third paper  being issued on Slocan lake, but it is  not the youngest. ,,    _. ,  ���'Carmi, another, townsite close to  Kendell, it is said, will have a weekly  in the near future.  The Fort Steele Prospector stanch  up for its locality with an enthusiasn  that is most admirable.  Bre'r Ixwery's New Denver Ledge  is as unique as ever, eren if its "financier" has been takirig in the "cent  belt." *  Midway is one of the oldest town-  sites in the Boundary, and the Advance continues to advance iti interests in good shape.  Excellent work has been done for  the proposed smelter in Kaslo by the  Kaslo Kootenaian, the only paper  issued in that town, "  The Lardeau Eagle of Ferguson  screams loudly and to good effect for  thatcoroipg mining section, Editor  Petttyie^e gets but a good paper.  Only one paper is yet being^pjib-  lished in .the Similkameen��� the .Star  at Princeton. Editor Anderson'has. a  good field and is improving it.  Editor Turner, of the Cascade Record, slill thinks that the Gateway City,  which once had a big boom, will yet  be one of the important places of the  Boundary.  - It is common rumor that a new paper will be started at the new town of  Kendell on the west fork, and that  Editor Grier^of the Greenwood Miner,  will be in charge.  In East Kootenay the 'Cranbrook  Herald is perhaps the most readable  publication. - F. E. Simpson continues  to make it a paper that is a decided  credit to the place! and section. ".    ��� .  Only one paper in Southern British  Columbia-enjoys . the distinction of  having a standing displayed church  advertisement in its columns. That  .weekly is the Fernie Free'Press.'  The Grand Forks Gazette, which  recently reduced from seven to six  columns to the page,' is still the- only  paper published in the place where  the smelting capacity is actually being  doubled.  CROWS NEST SOOTHEW RAILWAY.  Charter Graala4 ky Railway CmmIHm at  Ottawa.  The railway committee of the house  of commons at Ottawa has granted a  charter to the Crow's Nest Pass Southern Railway company.   Thccompany  will connect the extensive  coal fields  of British Columbia   with   the Great  Northern railway.   The. road   to   be  ���uilt' by James   J.   Hill   will extend  lorth to the boundary from   Kalispell  pr Jennings, Mont., the survey of both  outes being now under way.  , The coal company and railway com-  ��nies for divers good and valuable  oisiderations,   convenants with the  government as follows:  That neither by the action of their  coal company in regard to the prices  at which coke or coal shall be sold,  nor, by the action of the railway company respecting thc cost of transportation, whether by discrimination, rebates or otherwise by action of both  such companies, either acting by themselves alone or in > connection with:  transportation agencies south of the  international boundary line, shall  cool or coke or either or both, be sold  (ot\ consumption outside of Canada,  or to consumers outside of Canada; at  prices which discriminate unfairly  against consnmers in Canada.  The bill further provides that in  case any of the provisions stated are  violated, the govertimehtshall be paid  $3 for every ton of coal or coke sold  or exported contrary to the terms of  the agreement.  !,Best turnouts in the Boundary.    Horses well suited for  long drives.  JACK COLLINS, Proprietor.  <xnx>o��ooooboooo��oo��oo��ooo����o��oooo��QO����c��coooo��oooo��oo  The Lion Bottling Works  GREENWOOD  -SOLE A,QPNX? FOR THE���  AND  o  PHOENIX-/ B. C.  Lion Brewing Go;  Of Rossland, the Largest Brewery in British "Columbia.  JAS. McCREATH & CO.. Props]  ooooooeoooooocKJOooooooopooooooooeoooooeooooooooooooo��   GENERAL  EXPORT AGENTS   " . REICHS-   ?  QUELLEN  Mineral Wate  Wiesbaden, Germany.    t ^  Blue Label  Setters  Natural  Job Work Promptly Attended to.  Phoenl* atrett (Back ofPoatoffice.) V. & N. Phone No. 44.  * .- in: �����  Plumbing  Phoenix. B. C.  PHOENIX SECOND HAND   STORE  New and Second Hand Furniture and  Goods Bought, Sold and Exchanged.  New show case for sale.   cabinet and upholstering work done   Knob Hill Ave.,     ;    :     :   Next to Bell's Stables.  Since the ist inst., the Industrial  Wcrld, of Kossland,- has been issued  as a six column evening paper with  telegraphic dispatches. It is of course  devoted to labor interests, butisother-  wise,independent  i  While business is not at all that it  should be in the Slocan, according to  report, the Paystreak and the Mining  Review of Sandon still have the greatest faith in the' greatest white metal  camp of theJprovince.'"'V%i*"-   V^  ''Possibly the best part of the Slocan  today is around Slocan City. At any  rate, the Slocan Drill, of that newly  incorporated town| gives evidence that  there is no small activity^'around the  lower end of Slocan lakef  The Revelstoke Herald now has  the words "And Railway Merits Journal" added to its heading,' and pays  special attention to railway matters.  Tho Kootenay Mail,' of the. same  place, has been enlarged. .  ���'The Moyie Leader has just begun  its fourth year. Editor Smyth Jhas  pioneered'^it,4'With1' a vengeance;1 his  plant having been hauled to Movie  from Kqskoriook. o,n. Lajce , Kootenay,  when the'' CrbwV'^Nest' Pass railway  was being built  H0W THEY HELPED THE .EMPIRE.  NaaWrs al Caatiafeats Seat |��  (he Saath  >      Afrlcai War.  The secretary of state for the  colonies has forwarded a return to the  militia department at Ottawa showing  the numerical strength of the contingents sent to South Africa . by  various colonies of .the Empire.  Figures are as follows:  Oflccra.  Canada 135  New South Wajes....i37  Victoria   81  Queensland   69  South Australia  31  West Australia   34  Tasmania.    14  New Zealand  82  WHAT THE EDITOIrS SAY.  The place where the mines are is  the place where the towns are.���Lardeau Eagle.  As a witty newspaper man said,  Hon. Mr. Turner is the white-haired  boy now,���Vancouver World.  When a majority of the inhabitants  of the province decide for a certain  railway they will get it sooner or later.  But those who aid to make it later will  reap t he,'whirl wind in time.���Midway  Advance.  Cranbrook citizens should extend a  cordial invitation to Premier Laurier  to visit Cranbrook on his trip to the  west It should be a general invitation from the people, irrespective of  party affiliations.���Cranbrook Herald.  To those who had some knowledge  of Martin/s political vagaries, Mr. Cui-  tis' course occasions no surprise. If  he continues in the course which ��he  has mapped out for himself, he will  become a popular idol in. the mining  districts of the province.���Greenwood  Times.  J. MATHESON,  INSURANCE AGENT,  FIRE, LIKE, ACCIDENT.  CommiMioiier for taklnc Affidavit*.  Phoenix, B.  -������������������������������  FAIANO NEAR.  on  Mea.  a.5��3  1.348  1,058  543  45��  188  >.7<>5  ���573        10.819  Total.   In addition to the foregoing there  was a troop of Imperial Bushmen, consisting of 35 officers and 1,050 men,  and a composite regiment of 10 officers and 340 men. These in the  absence of information cannot be  classed under the separate colonies to  which they belong, but their inclusion  with the other contingents would swell  the total colonial force to 6s 8 officers  and 12,109 men.  Tne same return states the number  of colonial officers and men serving in  South Africa on March 12 last to  have been as follows:  Oficera,  Canada...."  3  New Sout hWales  38  Victoria  25  Queensland  30  South Australia  6  West Australia  10  Tasmania     6  New Zealand  63  C. P- R. stock has touched par  the Montreal exchange.  Steamboat rates along the coast  from -Vancouver and Victoria north  have taken a tumble.  It is rumored that four more members in the federal parliament will be  given to British Columbia.  The C P. R. will change the name  of the townsite of Selkirk, at the south  end of Trout Lake, in which they  have acquired an interest.  The reported consolidation of the  Canadian Pacific railway, the Grand  Trunk railway, and the Richelieu ' &  Ontario Navigation Company is denied.  The militia department at Ottawa  desires every man who has fought in  South Africa, and who has changed  his address since coming home, to  notify the department of . his present  address, so that he may receivt the  imperial gratuity of $25.  ���A NICK LINK OK���  Silver, Silverine and  Gold Filled Cases  Thev are beauties. Call and ace them.  HENDERSON,  THK   JKWBLKR.  Souvc.;i r Ppoom always In Htock.  *>-���-���-��� 9 ��� ��� ��� ���-��� ��� ��� ���  Phoenix : Bakery  ��++������+<���# ������������������������������f ������������,������  Merchant  l TAILORING  Men.  114  75��  600  500  300  300  200  129  Total.  .181          4-��53  Aa Editor aaa* Ms Soap.  An editor who died of starvation  after making Dr. Tanner ashamed of  himself, was being escorted to heaven  by an angel who had been sent out for  that pilose. '���>���*���  ;   VMay I look at the other place before we ascend to eternal happiness?"  "Easil)," said the angel.  So they went below and skirmished  ,,,.    �� . w. .   _. around, taking in the sights.    The  IheGreenwood Miner and  Green- angel lost tn& of the ^  and  wood 1 imes have both  recently* en- wnt arn��nA u.j�� .�� ��,������. k:���     w���  ������������Painter, Decorator and Paper Hanger      Sign Pointing on short notice.  Prompt attention to all'orders   Office and shop:  ' ''    Two Dears From Miners  Union Hall.  Knob Hill Cafe   o   �����   <> ;<>  This popular restaurant is now under the manage-  i& ment of Harry Odarns, one of the best known caterers  in the Boundary.   He solicits your patronage.  Opp.  Eastern Townships  Bank,  First   Street,  eiUly  larged from four to eight pages; of five  columns each, and are a credit, to the  town in which theyare'publisried. '. It  is doubtful, however, if either one can  keep up the.excellent pace thus set.  One of the best looking papers in  the province.is the Nelson:Tribune",.of  which John Houston;;M. L; A., is the  guiding genius; 'The IVibuhe is just  installing two Mergerithaler type casting machines, the Rossland Miner being the oply other paper in the Koot-  enays so equipped.  Chas. A. Gregg, one of the best  newspaper men iny British Columbia,  and under whose management the  Nelson Miner, has wonderfully improved of late,; hsu; severed Iiis'.'connection  with the latterv paper, andisnow managing editor of .the1 Rbsslah'd "Miner.  The Rossland paper "has the best  chance ojf any daily in the interior of  becoming "the''paper .of. this section,  and if it does riot now fill that bill it  will not be Mr.Gregg's fault' .'.  :\,   StvaiitfaaWftatad.  Boy oC'15 wishes situation. Any  steady job, with chance to do better,  accepted.   Apply at Pioneer office.  went around Hades to hunt him. He  found him sitting by a furnace fanning  himself and gazing with rapture upon  a lot of people in the fiie. There was  a sign on the furnace which said: Delinquent subscribers."  "Come," said the angel, "we must  be going."  "You go on," said the editor,- .'Tm  not coming. This is heaven enough  for-me."���Ex.  C. W. GREER, Prop.  Phoenix Street, Opp. P.1  Bread Delivered Daily to all  parts of the City.  When we aay we make good Brend  we are only repeaUng; the words of  onr many customers. To the stranger  we aay, Try. it and be convinced.  PIBS, CAKKS, COOKIES, DOUGHNUTS, Etc., always on hand,  o.  EASTERN  Townships Bank.  ESTABLISHED 1859.  CAPITAL   -    -   ���   -,   $2,000,600  RESERVE FUND   -   -    $900,000  BOARD OP DIRECTORS:  R. W. Heneker, President, Hon. M. H. Coch-  hane, Vice-I'res., Israel Wood, J. S. Mitchell,  G. Stevens, J. N. Cater, N.W.Thomas, C. II.  Kathnni II, II. Brown, Q. C  HEAD OFFICE, SHEKBROOKE, P. Q.  Wm.   Farweli.,  Gen'I Mgr., ,  Jas. Mackinnon,  Aaslstant Genl MgT.  S. Edokli., Local Mgr.  . 8. P. Mohbv, Inspector ofBrancheo,  BRANCHES.  In Province ofQuebec���  Waterloo, W. I. Brijjjjj, Manager.  Rock Island, 8. fttevens, Manager,.  Cowauivllle, H. F. Williams, Mgr.'  Coatlcook, B. Austin, Manager.  Richmond, W. t. Ball,      "  Granby, W. H. Robinson,"  Bedford, E. W. Morgan,    ��  Magog, E. P. Olivier, '���  St. Hyacinthe.J. Laframboise, Mgr.  Huntingdon, E- N. Rcbinaon, Mgr.  Ormstown, W. H. Hargrave, Acting Mgr.  In Province of British Columbia-  Grand Forks, Wm. Spier, Mgr  Phoenix, ��� Mgr.  Agents in Montreal, Bank of Montreal; London, Eng., National Bank of Scotland; Boston,  National Exchange Bank; New York, National  Park Bank.  Collections made at all accessible point*.  Drafts issued for any required amounts, good at  all point* in Canada, IT. S. and Europe. Exchange bought and sold.  Savings Branch Department at each office.  Interest allowed from date of deposit and compounded annually without requiring attention of  depositor. ,  Office Hours: 10-3; Saturday from 10 to i��.  Light Express in Connection  V. & N PHONE, 53-  DAN   BURINS  GENERAL  BLACKSMITHING AND  REPAIR SHOP  HORSESHOEING  o A o SPECIALTY  ���     - ���  : Smoke :  Dominion Ave.,    PHOENIX  : KELOWN A i  HAVING   JUST *  opened up for ;:  myself in the Cus- '- '���  lorn Tailoring line, ��  in the Morrison-  Anderson Build- �����  ing, First Street, |  I would be pleased 2  to see my many ������  friends at the new ;��  location. - ���  Will in future, ;���  as   in   the    past, "  guarantee the best  of satisfaction.  * W. B. OLSON *  CONTRACTOR  and   BUILDER  PLANS and ESTIMATES FURNISHED  iJ��  gyre. v. a ...a..     PHOENIX.   ^  I R. HORRELL  'Bob the Tailor.'  Phoenix Lodtc No. 28,  Knights of Pythias.  Meets every Tuesday night  at 730 p.m., Miners' Union  Hall.  Visaing brethren welcame  C. A. McC'.rsG, lv. K. B.  J. A. Clark, C. C.  CIGARS,  o  UNION  o  MADE  o  rANADiAN/^  V pacific* Ky.  �������������������������������� ��-��������+���+���+������+���++  R. B. KERR,  Barrister and Solicitor,  notary public.  PHOENIX, B. C.  Lead Senary Oets.  G. O. Buchanan, of Kaslo, says  that th�� delegation to Ottawa on the  lead bounty question Ktyre been iuc-  cessful. He writesr ��1(Ve were promised that a government jiteaiure would  be introduced befiwe^Jse close qf the  present sesKiony which would substantially meet ouf.iriews. It was intimated that about ten days would elapse  before the bill bould be brought down."  Nrtlcc to Uk Pf&Hc  I hare opened a shoeshop in the  Morrison-Anderson block, and am  ready to do all kinds of repairing and  new work in my line at reasonable  prices. A specialty of miners' boots  and shoes.   Give me a call.  ..        Bert Malandrinj.  ALDHAH & BLUNT,  Mine Surveyors,  and Draughtsmen.  Phoenix, B.  PRACTICAL HOUSE ano SIGN  PAINTERS, DECORATORS, ETC.  Phone: Columbia 35.  Phoenix nod  Greenwood, B.C.  R. ASeOTT.  Contractor and Builder.  Estimates Furnished.  PHOENIX, B.C.  H. S. CAYLEY.  W. B. COCHRANE.  CAYLEY & COCHRANE,  Solicitors, Etc.,  PHOENIX, B. C.  D. WHITESIDE,  - Barrister & Solicitor,  GraTes-Williams Bloak.  PHOENIX, B.C.  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaranteed.   Imported Goods.  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES MADE TO  ORDER.  PRACTICAL   MINERS' AND   PROSPECTORS'SHOES   A SPECIALTY.  i  Comer Phoenix St. and Brooklyn Ave.  Direct Route to All Points  EAST and   WEST  Via SOO LINE,  St. Paul, Chicago and  United  States  Points.  PIEST-CLASS SLEEPERS  DINING CARS  TOURIST CARS  Through  Bookings   to   and  from England, the Continent, Australia  and Japan.  For Time-table*, rates  and   full Information  call 011 or address nearest locrtl agent, or  6. W. Dey, EJ.Coyle,.  Agent, A.G.P.Agt.  Phoenix, B.C.   Vancouver, B.C.  J. S. Carter, D. P. A.,  Nelson, B. C.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificates of Improvements.   '  NOTICE.  Alma Fractional and Fairplay Fraction Mineraj  . Claims. Situated in Grand Forks Mining  Division of Yale District. Where located:���in  Greenwood camp, east of the City of Phoenix.  Take notice that I, John Louis Grahame  Abbott acting aB agent for the British Columbia  (Rossland and Slocon) Syndicate, Limited, Free  Miner's certificate No. b 41161, intend 60 days  from the date hereof to npply to the Mining  Recordei for certificates of Improvements for the  purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of each of  theaboveclaims.  And further take notice that action under section 37 must be commenced before the issuance  of suck certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 26th day January, ��9��'.  30 T. L. G. Abbott.  WINTER SCHEDULE.  01  NELSON  &   FORT   SHEPPARD  IlEI) MOUNTAIN KY.  The only all-rail route between all points east,  west, and south to Rossland, Nelson and all intermediate poiutsj'conncctiug at Spokane with  the Great Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R. &  N. Co.  Connects at Nelson with steamer for Kaslo and  ull Kootenay Lake'polnts.  Connects at Meyer's Falls with stage daily for  Republic, and connects at Bossburg with stage  daily for Grand Forks and Greenwood.  EFFECTIVE SUNDAY, BEC. 25, 1900.  Daily Train Arrive.   Spokane 6140 p. m.   Rossland .'.3:10 p. m.   Nelson 7:15 p.!m.  Night Traill.   Spokane 7:0�� a. Hi.   Rossland 7:00 a. m.  First classslcepers on night train  H.A.JACKSON,  General Passenger Agent,  H.P.BROWN, Agent,  Rossland, B.C:  Leave.  8:30a.m...  11:50 a. m.  7:00 n. m. .  9:45 p.m...  11 :oo p. in  ,  .^��rij/   ���'���> igH  v -  ���"0'     * * ��*t  ��  1       "    '  5?  *  ��� 1  ���M  ;/i  ��� "j  <.-��'  ���' m  1  MS  If'  if-  '4  I  ft  m  - ��jl  xr  1 iH,  1, ifa*  i Ms  p  H  '*u  Ciif  v:-  ���ft  s  M  I  >I  Ifi  'I;1'"  ���:)���'.. i  WCUVJUIlIVkUlcLllllalMHiJU  ���JL^!lliMWa<B��!WiaMBg  aMiBm^CTWgi,^ a^tfe:S:>f;:irjv;  ���^;;i-|    ��� !'.  .^iny,'-':,'^:;,"  IS>&-  iffMi n'iiii  TH^ PHOENIX PIONEER!.  ��Bom iiimmmiia  ���**��Wl����i*wW^^ I m  t|ni$hinp  prVJe' have put ;otir Large Stock of Men's FuraisMrigs on the��;  market afclei?sCthan  =DRY   (iCk)DS,   BOOTS   AND   SHOES.:  pl_ r   ��  -mmiTrgffj  on  iJa.-:,  KIsWa  ��!  *!P3-:  v%rvW  r-.".\l^..,S^.'.f,:.)i>.i.ji-..,'tt"  *'���   -M-- "I'  fiKlilliBsergesii^jnij  :;^:i:r>;j��>,-  1 *? -'  Sei^t^lQi^ ; "���' ���'���'''���'������' ";"';;������"���;::i:" '������'������*������r���-������'���  s���0.   it  Musi^^ore^,  Simnwns^l^clentisV^:<'K.encle'!l  .;?,;��� IX ;.'U':; Mcpbriiild! .lias returned troth  atrip uo^S|)oJ{ahe;i��and the:: Coeur  d'Aleuesiiaiirj says that ^ho^ place/he  sattfiri his travels Icwke^ ^aWgbodV to  him'-'as.P.ricciiii^j^'-^j^^fe':^  . Aid hatvi jis erect!hgj^a/ thoiis-  ir; residence' priv;uj)per 1'Knqb'  iiiMavyiuj^ commanding'^  of the\wlioje;^iiy^  ;has;0>e;fpjl$H^hr^  /;!if'yair?^  ladies': talloj^m  skirfcijja^  jtMJjjVjia^  ^^l^li&fMe,;>;j^  ;G��K|}Viiliiun!^  ���^ereWu^ay^ri^ 14th;,; with a  ; /NextAIonday,evening ai jiieetiiig"of  alltlipse interested inifootbaHiwill: Be  -held for the^jiUrjwse^of;; reorganizing  fcr^e season.''''Practice is held every  e"verlirig/ and the'" boys aregetting') in  goodshai>e for sbine^ match games,5  which' will be held' withVieanis-in near'  by.,to.w'nsrthi��v'^^nK>^Matehes'wtll  prribaoly bearranged ���for1 either or  both the 24th of;Maxtor':; July ist. ;���-  .Clotyng.^  Youth's and Men's Clothing at a great bargain;we promise to give you the benefit.  Large stock rf Pants'at a big discount. We are headquarters on.':S!iiies for Hoys', Girls',  Youths/'Misses,'' Men's, and Ladies in ini|)orted and domesticVinaVes, anJ will run a  DISCOUNT SALE FOR 8 JMYS ONLY FROM MAY ioth.  CHAS. SEARS, Manager."  '^^s^s^^^m^m  his bj^Iaw shall take effect and cciucjutq  i the rstda'yo'fJufle;':i'43i;. ���- !.'1; ���' '   i,  his by-law shall, before thc final .passing  al .passing  elector* of  ': /io.fThls  foree on  , it."This _,..; ��� ,Tr-,  ihrreof, receive the assent cf>the  the Corporation, in the manuer,pre��cribed by the  '���;Mmi��icipalClauses A9t".anianieiidlug acts,,.|  Take" notice that the"at����vc U'himie: copy of.  the proposed :by-lawv upon ^whicli .the vole of  the inuntcipallty will be'taken'at the City Office;-.  Phoenix, B.C,,: on Monday, the . ajthiday of  May, 1901, between the hours of S a. it. and 4 K'  .���..',, .:'������ :.r.;;;:l..,:,,: 7'V" ;���..: D.| McHlUAN,..'.;"  "'';���", ��� *   "i,    aerkaf the Municipal Board  Gra^s-Wil)iam^b)dckyJ:Firs^  '0$6ii bensleriio1ie*6(r;tltej {Scrneers'^pf  (Pnwnix}raipi?jShas^  ;Winter|^yisit:t^;Ar1ca^  jgiiiallyVbwiier^feii^^bun^  ;Idali<^JSfan^ya^|ifie^  :;w^Jaisp|iiite|^|^|i0heiSm  j|^��rJMrggr^S^|:ij^:c^  ���g^nj^rai;ttor^a|^Marc^  ;'6jo!si';;i^  5I^fe|5Cre|k;v|jia^blee^  ^oiij^||^|;;tjTj^wee||||^  pfimistirato^p|if^  jM^arcusiOpj)^  J  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS; 7       ;  Sealed bids are hereby called for, ibr the cou.  structiou ol the Phoenix General Hospital, in  accordance with thc plana and.-specification! to  be seen at.the office of th(j secretary 011 and after  the 15 th cf May. Such tenders will be received  up to u'.ii.', MayjSth. ���>.";. :.���.���.���'��� V *;.r:'-;;..:.;'v  W:w��(>Xi.::' J-,,;'!..-;:,;:';. XW.R. WlLUAMSj7',"'. ��� ���  Wf-K '������ .:^[\-f'^::':'h'-c'-f-:.:- -'X 'Sec'y T. G.-H.  ;. :; Phoenix, B.C..iMay8th^9oi..   iV 1 v���'''���:^-:, ���'������'-. ���������  a  res!  ���     Jei|gave^tepip6r^ce^  ^tlielKrB^terialilchtircr^  Corporation of The City  .'Whereas,it ii'iminediatelyVnecessary for the  Muuicipal,Corporation of the City of Phoenix' to  open up, render passable and ixu prove the follow;  I11K streets in thc said sity of rboenix,-vii:  l>omiuioii Avenue, Phocnis: Street, Knob'Hill  Avenue, Second Street; and a street to be laid out  frOinPhoeuix street t^Sch6o!;;;ind;W;ii;ci;S���?'  ��� Wlicrcas, it. Jin^cessarV for the purpoaea aforesaid that the city-should raise, by way��� <if debentures, a loan of |i5,ooo; repayable on the 1st day  ofjune, 1921, u-itli interest in the meantime pay.  Corporation of the <  :c 7^;p^Phoenix.v;,;i;  ?S'"M;iMw:':N^i^  al*��.halfy��n>ty;at the nrteofsix (��!����>;*ent per  ,'ivhcu raised, Sabe ' "  beiitin-esisYnkiu^^iaVSnWflterestsit^^w  aiiiiniii; such loan, ivhcu raised, 5a  the'purposes aforesaid: aiidV",'';.?��,  Whereas,; for,-the;'  P��y;  it:T��r  applied foi  nt   of Jhc  said de-  necessary: to raise '.'th&��4in^pf. I��4'J5r by>;apecial  rflte..ineach''and.eyeryj|^r';and*i;-;rS\;\if;Ar*:(iv{v  t.-'VW!hcreas;Jurthe^purpos��^or.ralt!niif$theVviiUd'  yeotly sum of Ji^jj, an equaMpecial rateioh Ihr  ; dollar ;wil!;.be\^ulrrfr*udt**;rA".^9;v;^1^fl.1.^  -V.Whe'reas, 'rjnr-wholeirateabler:lajt<l,H;iniprove-'  ments, ami real property of the City of PHoet:  'uix,Vacc4Mlu'ir.to''Uie'Iaaf.'.:K��1s^V:sut��^metit''  roll; is-tJjjJ)5q;>,:au'd ;;��a^:��siO^S^'��i*;*;ii;'i?W.'.  ���''.Whereas, the CityMiaa ik>;existing debe?ituri  aeblv-brbthtr.debt j ���iiow.V,.:;?lw;i.'^v?."< Ai^'!' ii-ytf/-.'  si.ThereforeVtheMniticipnl CouucilVof ithe^Oiifi'  poratibn'oftheCity Lfphoenix."eiiactiaii follows?  I. Thisby-lnwinay be cited fpr-all.purposes.vi��  ariy||EridayJi|exe^  1 Whereas, U is ueceSlUlr>��� to. raise.the; ��un> ol  J10.000 to provide for the construction, operation  and maiuleimnce ��� of a sy'Stcm of .waterworks  withlu the municipality critic City of Phoenix,  and to purchase; or oth��rwlae ��� acquire !warer,  righu, tirivileKCS and such supplies, material  and equipment'aa may from time--to time tte  deemed necessary for fire protection, aa the  Muuicipal Council may by resolution or reaolu-  tious dttermlnc to be expedient, aud forthe purpose of, liquidating the purchase price .orthe  charier, and all other property, real and person*!  of.the Phoenix Waterworks. Company, Xlmlted;  iiudvf.������/������'������br.vv.S.s. * ��� '.��� ���������:.:''*,���''���'."���'������'y.'^l.rj ';)���.  '.Whereas, It la necessary f��>r the purposes afoie-  Mid.that the city should raise by way., of debentures, a .-'loan.of $��,obo, reparable on the  :st day of July, 1911, with interest:; ill the mean-:  time payable half yearly at the rate ofsix (6) per,  cent per annum ; such loan; when raiaed,'^o be  applied for; the pfirposes afqreaaid ;aud -  A .'Whereas, for the paymeut of. the; said' debentures, sinking-;fuud, and:interest, .it wlll^ie  necessary to raise the' sum of $1,900 by. special  rate in each and every.ycarj'aud^-s.i^ixii.'l:::^/';;  srWhereas; forthe:purpose:.of: raisiiie the said  yearly Sum of $1,900, an equal special rate on the  dollar will be requited) and i:'.'.''.v.s'1',n,-,B\'i i^^'hv  ', Whereas;the?iwhole.rateable laudj-iihtprove;  I menu and real property of the City of'Phoenix;  according to the .last revised assessment roll, is  |jii5^56:;-and':^!;^;;.;/: : ��� fXx>XL^Kfx:x:<*'ix  - Whereas,-the: city i has, no, existing debenture  ���'. <>'��� Now, therefore,^ the Municipal Council .of. the  Corporatlou of tlie .City; of Phoenix, enacts as  .'ibitowsfc:y?^.\��?;; &�� xx- ^fcMi^ife&WW-  <%'i?Tbla bylawmaybe dledfor aU- purposes as.  *, Waterworks; Loan ttyMYrHtb^iri^ix i^-'fy'-ci-  ,V'2.; For: the purposes aPartaaWitshaM. he lawful  ibr the'mayor of theCity of Phoenix to'raise-by  way of loan/frbiu-any: persons; bcidyi or ;bodies  icorponte/.wbbniaVVbe;>'wniinx>.vta\-advaa'ce1ttl)p   trie credit of the! debentures ht:rinaft<r (���  ���is-;.THRfwi^���cT:;PLkcE";  f-:'-xiT6 BUV YOUR   '^ -'��� .,������:.'  0 ���(  |3�� ���  :-*-x,<k.-  IN OLD IRONSIM^  $250.00 up^rjth Bulldirijr Conditions.  4��l\ft FsO  r'a'tes  '-ot an<^ uuildihg in Lower town.~Nets  ^PaP^V .$77.Sojwr, niprith., Easy terms.    ;  For a good business corner.Utiilding on same  pays>35"[pet cent on money;This is a winner.    ;  Some choice corners for sale on eiisy terms in  both  ujiner arid ���  > lower towns. ������',��� ���'' :^K.;,!';' ������:;;;;'isv'..v:.-:^  Lots (or sale oh easy terms in "New York" townsite;     �� ?  ,We .transact a general Brokerage and Insurance Business.  $6500  , We Share  all Profitj^wjtlii  M.  ^. w^lp^li Stores  Morrison-Audersou Block.     Baldwin Block.  McARTWfc; & MONK  Agents.  ���.���/:������?'��������� OVVKRi''���'������?������:  Graves-Williams Block  ���'���**��>���  P.O. Box 33.        '  '���:;.-, V.;�� N. Thoneisi  W-Hfefeftu*Jv?|:  inpwn|^sirle|��rjor^ ml  ^sjincevhKjnewjrtprjeihere|;wa^  x ^  payable  ' tnSB*'  ���suclr.  :muuicipal .counciljnaytbyresa^iitlo^'dtectiSgSj  ;^5>^he'M^'^etKBt'ure*^slun:.h^ve%6u'pons'!'A<'  ���tached for^thejpayiheiit of ilitefeHJ 4CtKe frte^l  sixperceutper sunuiu ou.the amount of saitf de  benturesiyand.such^TuterestrshallhbeVpayabU    of^jbeember^nrid^thi:  every; year.-v;  lha  ^iid|th^uiiiop|^spn  %t\pj^tovei^0^0h^er^&$^$  a ji j)l ied;| ifot^to^t heS.ft^steftfS^  U,lllQn;sanar|Wlllfebe:iyreCeiVeaS;in.7i:due   the'."deben'filres herebyhuth6H2ea to be. issued."?:!  ������V. ".!y*..j,>'.-M^A,,r,^-i.';��;':.'��� '?r^y!'<:~"-X;;.x :.':<-;���';?���')���!^v"!^ , V,. ,.-"w<*:*  halfri'ehrlyqiiith'e.istday.o  .iist'day :tf Juhein ta.s(i.(iiid  ^'p>^>necia1:Tnte;air^the;'dollar"ahaU-?.b1eiI^et'  nildV-riiised in each and evcryyeiarf in addition^1  jiljother.rates,ini nlitlieirfltea^feWnd.imprOT'e',  meuts, and real property;Cfti\<> City.1 sufficient :ti'  'pdy the interest oil ftjie atliofiu'tJof, theSaaidde  beiitures.'inid to create a^sirikfijg'fiiiid; for :thii  :'p^nieBt;ofll|c:dcbyihercbV'��ere��ted^wIienVthr'  saoieslittU'bicoiiie.>:VIOeiV;f;ifcc^.Xr-''",,^<t��;fe'K^  '&.V.riIt:^Mll'*be:sla\viiil;vfortt  pifrchaseTrbiu time^to'tliueiaiiyi bf;the:Mid:de;  .DeHturts;^at au'clfprice or 'prices'^as^jnay.rbe^iiiu.''  tualjy: asri;eU:.Hponi"'ond: all debentures so ire  :purcl>ased:sIi!dl;:;ibrtliwithibe;Cnucellrt,'.'andFu(  ,r^Usiieof;Oiiy;dtbeiiture;!orjdeb^ntures.ihal|^  Irindr in coiiscqueiicc cfany such',"purchaSe.".':'.',.*-..fi  ''Si��Tlic';suhi.'of$96oshaltbe:raised:aui��tm   ofrihi'.  ,t^epaynieiitof;iuterest.on-the^anicunt:-i  debtiiiciirrcdliercuuderVduringthe!;currency ol  ���^edebe'UtdrcslierebynuthdHxed to'be.lssi    ���  liTliesuih 6f$S2Jshalibe;ratsed?:niiuual.^ .  e.rpajm'e'nt.'6.(the>'debt'li'eKby.)incuiTed'>,v-v.  ���^^^gt^j}^^  Hay1'Gratn,;:F:eefJ; SlS^^^i  ��rirW',...  i-KOffice-i  ���.Telephone 36;';  ���Uieutioiied-the S)i!ii or |?o,ooo, aud utasei'vht:  's"ainetobe'pa:dint6 the hands cf'thej'treasurer  ofithc.City of phoenix, forthc'j^irncics.-flfore-:  satd, and with the.oli/ects'heYelubeforerecitedfli?'  i'i^It shall be lawful.for.thcnUyerlo catise aiiy  [unmberef debentures to l>e made, not exceeding  tin' the .whole the "shnrof $ib;ooos Tor -'irrty siirfl'��� of  inbiiev not less thaii'lioo,'as. inay be required,  aiid'all siielideberJtWreii shallhe signed'., by.ilhe  n��ayor,c;,<!dijriterBigned Jiy/theiclerk:;. of: the  ���municipal councilj'and sealed with the seal of the  f/'4. The said del^turestshall-De--��nade payable  :frf twenty years from- tlieday* hereinalter^/nieii-'  .tioned for this byflaw to take effect, iu such bank  .In'tlie.City/ofphbeiilx or elsewhere;����'the coun-:  ^itniay: by .re^uliouMrrect;S.;^v:.i';;:;;::.'^'.:0ia f" i;  l;:i: j. ���,Tlie,.snidj debentures shall have coupons atr!  tached for tlie pa'yment'of.inlerestht the. rate'iof;  Slx.per'femt'.p>r':an'nu^^oiiVthe^amirant.'^;aaid:<  i'Jfebe'uturcs^atid "sU6Hi;iliter'estt shall be payable  tiiilf-yeartj<ou"the^lst!-day; of December and the  ^isi d'ay/bf Julie in eachVaiid^'every.y'ear>.3?:S<i'.''-^"<'>^5i.  :);-.:&JAS;aiieWal.frat*r?biii?thex'dolIar.isti.aU^^^^  levied and raisediu'eaciralt'id every;.'year':in':,ad-'  .ditiun to nil other rates, 011 all the rateable land;  improvements and real propertybf theCity; suffis  cient'tb'poy tJiVs interest ;on;ithe:J amount of thi-  iaiddebenturesi'aud lbcreate a sinking fund.:(oi.  Jlfc'^'payjneut 'oofi';ther;-';debt.';'; herebyAcreatttt.  whcuitheiaanieshalrbecbmerdue^Ji^&lV  'ajjreed'upoiii^and ��U debentures.so .repurchased  :jirrall fort hwith.be cancelled,' and.; 110'reissue! of  "aHyi'IiS'i.debentUre -;>.:erc'. ."���" debentures" v.shall  be made |h consequence of any such- repurchase.  '!" 8. The sum.of$1 ,joo shall be '������ raised'. annually  for the payment of interest bit the amount ofiiie  "deb^'incurred hereunder,'during tlie: currency of  'the debeut'ur'es hereby authorized to be issuedj.:',';."  '" 9."Thesum of J700shall be raised aimunlly by  force ou the 1st daybfJune,jcjoi.iH''         ?����������� i,-'This by-law shallj before' the firia 1. passing  'thereof, receive the assent of tlie 'etectots-of; the,  Corporation, in the'iinaniier ���prescribed'by the  ^Municipal Clauses Act,'.!, and amending acts. ..'  ���' Take notice that fhe'abpve.isratruecopy of the  proposed-:by-law iipbn!;Which; thei.vote :bf the:  iiiunicipaiity-will-beAtakenn-at' the";:clty"office,  Phoenix,:B.C.;on Monday; the:joth.day.of May, ���  iooijibetweentth'eh'oilrsof^^8 aVai. aud:4 p.'niiiV:,-!.  J&S-Mi'SS'.Ri?? W );i?'! 'a''tfxt iK fi:i^:';'-CityClerk/  x'W  and ;��4asei:ht; -xfe$Z  ifeU-v'ror a full line of1?��yv^  fS-'pi-PreiJarations-lor'.*.'-';*-  ��;T>g  [���piletS  'gmzmm  >M  WITCH  WMiNffiM  :x^^0EtXV- VARIETY:;  GRAVES-  wiluAms  ,:^��-:  ���5>';^v  ;^s,|j;aygreat.>;*,leader;:  ;;^^:i':i'DRUOClSTs:vv^:;. :v' ���  m  '.^XV  & N.^Phbne:6S:-  FURNISHED  '   "9i"  leiifrttill  Mrs^ ^|ljaij;f pr^prie|6r.  >y^|-r^rnisheo^ami;'r;i^ted "RwmW^-EVery  attention j��id*tothe Gonifort of'tiuests;   M '  OoaWfltk  UqMTaVaaaV  wayila Stock.  ,-^-.������������>,���" ������*     -  I laiporied  Clfirs il.  liinowopen^to^thii  a /^    '  Wmm  J5ipTS;.�� >s\*'mt:p v  WW  ?rj$MINIOimmyENUE.;;  9-f    ���'."  %*  ���j< -> -  1        A  FANCY BELTS and COLLARS  ."���'*!J  GLOVES ^HANDKERCHIEFS  M  *& &  BLOUSES  v SHOES  OXFORDS' SLIPPERS,  ^xM  Howse FutaisbiagSf Art Mosltas, and Cretonnes.  *W&<  '?��-.  m,-  *j��'r  ��*&&i  W^WIi  i'nJ.'J. rf  f   *  \$k4 Mi��i  1%  Don't Fail to Attend the  Ti~  :-'"#  .To ,k^m:'fcyi^|l':.^ f$-i  I^c^^^;St.:;^��^'s'  ;:^%rS^^the':Glit��Tdri>  h^^^nnUsiiaiiy'good ; program J has  bj&riarranged for thaoctasionfirji^roe  raadecaiidy"will be oh "salefand jight  rfefreshirients :'wili:'be:seryed.' "j-iM&i^:  r;?l!he!ladies cordially invite the many,  friends; of thieir work to atusnd.Lv-/:    ?  ^S\x:Auditor :and JiccdwJA^T,,";  ���y'>r^"y^,ofthe'finn'of'WairdeU."'?'V.'.  K:'..;'';, V &Co.,N.Y.City,Kxpert AccU.; vV;;'  ^i:;^:^?N^fI'}:'';^riOE^IX,':B:^;'


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