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 ���^y<2^^^^'.  *��V-  ���.,������.���������������***���  [   / | OVER.... f  ,    4j       4oo MEN      j  ' /f| I   Are    working in   the |  *   '  u8   ��� ���     -.��� .,.,,] 'Plmnnlv !  j mines around Plioenix.  .����.,������,*.��,����������������  j The Payroll ot" ��  !      PHOENIX       ].  j Is larger than that of t  ��� any other Boundary ���  j   Camp. 1  "if  W  'PevQliscI'to theInterests of the Boundary Mining District.  Vol. I.  S'ttO-SK.l'X, AUTISM. G01.UMBIA, SATURDAY, MAY 12,  1900.  No. 26.  LM  ���*������**�����-*��**������*.������  The largest stock of DRY  GOODS in the Boundary is  carried by us.  The most complete line of  Men's and Boys' Furnishing.  ��� '���%ir.  The most complete stock of  Hardware and Mining Sup-,  plies, Paints, Oils, Brushes.  Agent for Giant Powder Co.  til  .feasMK��!Vand the latter is also making  *., ignsHi> showing. A perpendicular  efapi-l; -Si**.been sunk, to a depth of 100  te^Vhem drifting was begun. A num-  i$8��. <$ stringers were found on the  ��� ictrf^oa, and it was believed these would  imS teases Olas'ite, Wa& .'SiaiB��-S��*  together with depth. This ap-  jjes.i'�� to have been the case, as the  . ���'curfciiwem are now going through a fine  Jrody of sulphide ore, that will certainly  giws satisfactory returns. Thus far  they have penetrated three feet into  tluS ore tody, and are still going through  ��; the drift being in 50 feet from the  (shaft.  Considerable trouble has been met  ���itlV at the Hartford on account of  water. Aft.present there are about 70  tana of goad ore on the dump, taken  Sffowrtaia -View, in Summit out i��. the course of development.  camp, and immediately adjoining the 'i'be whim is still in use, but it is not  shipping B. C. mine, vm bonded last unlikely that this will give away to  October to John Dwrey and associate*, ^SF machinery before long. ,  for $c5,000,-.who'iinmedktely 'formed tether Oro  Dcnoro Ledge,  lie Mountain* Vfcw Copper Co., Ltd.,      Rosa Thompson,   one of"   the large  to  develop  the ��� property,''  The  pay-1 stockholders in  the Ore   Dcnoro,  recently visited the mine,  and   had  the  CROWN SOON TO SHIP  Railway Track Now Laid To  The Ore Bunkers.  MINE HAS 2,250 FEET OF WORK BONE  >43  Largest stock of Staple and  Fancy Groceries in the city.,  Call and see our line of Men's,  Boys' and Children's Suits.;  special sale begins May 1.  Prices that . defy competioru  Free delivery to all parts of  city arid country.   *&    *��   ���*&  c$  Old ironsides Avev Phoenix, B. C.  Latest �� Creations  Neat, Nobby and Up to Date.     We  are slightly overstocked  in  .... this line, and have marked them down low   9  i �����  It  it ���  <m  ��  FINE TIES IN AB  S3  O  3*  5=r  cp  E3  cw*  TO  ���I-J  o  r-K  ������n  63  tjTi  CM{  r-s  Cfl  3  a  Ff  CT>  <T>  =3  <-*  �������.  PS  "-3  merits were to bs $3,500 February'ist,  $2,500 May 1st and $5,000 October  is-t; and $15,000 cash or. 150,000  shares of stock October 1, 1-901. The  first payment was promptly made, and  when the second came due, both it and  the third were made at tlie Merchants  Bank of Halifax, in Grand Forks���  leaving'bnly the last conditional payment to he. made to complete the  terms of the bond.  This1 speaks well for the opinion  that the Mountain 'View! stockholders  have of the ''property, that they should,  pay up the cash due on the bond six  months ahead of time. They s"eem to  think they have a good thing. The  chief' stockholders are J.;W. Stewart,  Pat Welch, Jno. C. / Scrafford, John  Dorsey, G. Arthur Rendell, V. Mon-  nier, Alex Miller and others.  When the Mountain View was bonded last October, development was  immediately started : on the: property  and was' kept up nearly all winter. A  6o'foot tunnel was driven to crosscut  the ledge, and a shaft was strfik at the  old workings,; from which considerable  drifting was done. Assays of a satisfactory character were, obtained, and  a few weeks ago tenders for a contract  were called for. This has not yet  been let, hut it is understood that  arrangements are being made with a  view to the early resumption of development on the property.  B. C. Mine Matters.  ' The work of bricking in the two 80  horse power boilers lor the lo-drlll air  compressor has been completed, and  ever) thing is now read) .for. operation  of the new plant, with the exception of  the iron cage. This is now on the  way from Montreal, and will arrive in  a couple of weeks.  Up to this date about 3,000 tons  of ore have been shipped since February, all of which went to the Trail  smelter, and returned a general average  of about $20 per ton, according to reports. Shipments are still being made  but more care is being taken with sorting than heretofore.  There are,about 65 men employed  at theB. C. When the new machinery  is all completed and in running order  Mr. Scrafford, the superintendent, expects that at least 120 men. will be required in and around the mine.  Rich Hartford Ore.  This week, a Pioneer man visited  the Hartford group, two miles from  town, were development has been going on steadily all winter and spring.  David Evans, the former superintendent, has been succeeded by J. A. Wil-  foltowing'to say about this great property:       ���  ..���VAWJwew this vein ran through  our ground, for it showed in an open  cut on the railroad and 'we have now-  stripped it at a point 300 feet west of  tlie shaft. It has 20 feet of good copper ore and we are now making an  open cut along it. Work will "be started-immediately to extend the lower  tunnel for a distance of about 300 feet  where we.expect to tap this new ledge  at.a distance of about 200 feet.  In Boundary Mines.  About 3,200 feet of work have been  done on theB. C. mine.  Rumors are current that work will  be resumed on the Oro Denoro about  the 15A inst.  The Gold Drop mine is putting in  a new,air cylinder and ��� grate bars for  the compressor.  A. C. Flumerfelt, of Victoria, has  been appointed assistant general manager of the Miner-Graves syndicate  properties.  '.. R. S. Fraser, of Phoenix is doing  assessment 'work on his claims the  Evening,Star and Sibley, in Wellington  camp.  The ore bunkers of the Old Ironsides, Knob Hill and Victoria, estimated to hold S.ooo tons, will be filled  some day next week.      v:  Oil the Winnipeg 'some 3,500 feet  of work have been done. It is expected that development on this property  will be resumed shortly.  It is reported that Judge Spinks has  sold,the B. C. No. 2 in Summit camp,  t'ojoriathan Miller and J. IS. McLaren,  of Vancouver, for $5,000.  On the Snowshoe the tunnel, just  off the wagon road, started a short  time since, is now in 160 feet. Some  nice ore has been encountered. ���  Jack Hanby and Simon Baumberg-  er Visited the R. Bell and Remington  claims in Summit camp last Wednesday, on which they expect to start development shortly.  George Petty, of Three Forks  B. C., who owns the Monitor mine,  now bonded for $25,000, was in town  Tuesday. He is doing assessment on  some claims in this vicinity.  The Athelstan Gold and Copper  Mining Co., Ltd., lias been incorporated with a capital of $50,000, being  in one million shares of 5 cents each,  to develop the Athelstan claim in  Wellington  camp.  When Shipments Begin, Will Be Steadily  Kept Up���Expected To Start Next Week  ���Big Boiler Being Repaired.  "We expect to begin .shipments of  ore some time next week, and continue  shipping steadily from that time on,"  said W. J. Porter, of the Golden  Crown mine; to a Pioneer man, who  visited the property, last Thursday.  Tuesday night the C.-.P. R. tracklayers  finished putting down the steel to the  new ore bunkers, which have a capacity  of 400 tons, and are of course filled,  with a couple of thousand tons of good  ore on the dump.  Mr. Porter courteously showed.the  Pioneer representative over the property, and furnished details of the condition of the work. ���  The Golden Crown was located in  July, 1893, by Mr. Porter and amid  many difficulties he continuously developed the mine, which is now turn-  ing out to be such a splendid property,  by himself. About three years ago he  succeeded in getting the Brandon and  Gold Crown Mining Co., organized,  with a capital of #1,500,000, of which  he is still the largest individual stockholder. The outside capital came  from Brandon, -Man. The new corporation has continued- the develop  ment of the property, almost without  interruption since, and now there; are  nearly 2,250 feet of all kinds of work  done in the mine. The ore encountered is a copper sulphide, with gold values, and thus far only that was taken  out which was encountered in the  course of devlopment.  Development To Date.  The main shaft of the Golden Crown  has attained a depth of 322 feet, with  drifts at the 100, 150 and 250-foot  levels.  At the 100-foot level, a driiVeast;  ward has been made for 369 feet, with  46 feet of crosscuts. On the same  level  drifting to the west has prqgress-  boiFer was burned out a short time ago,  and the smaller 35 horse power boiler  has been used while the larger boiler  is being repaired. These repairs will  be completed by Monday, when, the  full force will be put on again. At  present 18 or 20 men are employed.  This mine was the first i(i the Boundary or in the province to use a cage,  which was made at the mine.  FIELD OF POLITICS;  More Japs Coming.    ~  A late dispatch fromTacoma says:  Officers of the'.. steamship Tacoma,  which arrived from Yokohama yesterday, in speaking of the'great number  of Japanese flocking to the JUuited.  States and British .Columbia, says it  was current talk in Yokohama that  there would he 30,000 Japs leave their  native country lor British Columbia  alone this summer, and it is understood  the number coming to the United States  will be enormous. The steamer Tosu  Maru is now due on the Sound with  1900 Japs on board, and the Dalyn  Vostock, one of the Tacoma liners,  will be here in a few days with .900  more.  Hon. Smith Curtis Claims To  Be In The Lead.  MB. MACKINTOSH WILL WORK ALSO  Premier And Minister of Mines Had Large.  Audiences Throughout The Riding���Candidates So Far Nominated la The Province.  Is  Now Less Than a  Distant  ed 130 feet.  At the 150-foot level, after cross-  cutting 60 feet, drifting on the lead to  the cast was done for 30 feet, and a  raise to the 100-foot level was made.  Drifting west on this level was done  for 102 feet, .with a raise of 27 feet.  On the 300-foot level, crosscutting  north for a distance of 600 feet has  been done, and a 30-foot ore budy not  on the surface was encountered. It is  the intention to connect this crosscut  with the old workings, where a tunnel  322 feet long was driven. This is now  perhaps 150 feet away, but 300 feet  higher than the level. On this same  level crosscutting in a southerly direction has been done for 120 feet.  In addition to the old 322-foot tunnel, where a number of ore bodies  were cut, there is a 50-foot shaft show-  good ore, almost from the surfabe.  I'he Golden Crown is equipped with  a 7-drilI Rand, straight line air compressor, but it is the expectation, later  in the year, to put in a new 10-drill  duplex  plant.    The 65   horse  power  WILL SOON m JHOHT IN  PHOENIX  Iron Now Laid lo the Golden Crown, and is  Rapidly Being Put Down to the Pay-Roll  ���'��� c��y-.. ���,..'. <���../  ---��� <r  We are still Headquarters     *#    &> ��� ���  ��^   ' *��    Groceries and Provisions*  DOMINION AVENUE  ON THE J?  Fourth of July Mineral Claim, j��  I Being part of the Old Ironsides Sub-division, Plioenix, are now  offered, for  sale   by^  tlie Granby Consolidated Mining- & Smelting Company, Limited. Jj  00000 J T  These lots are the choicest residence sites j!  ' M ill  If in Phoenix, being located on the north slope, Jt  with exposure to the south. The snow leaves Jj  six weeks earlier than on the south slope.  *  Regular Terms, 1-3 cash, 1-3 3 months, 1-3 6 months.  Building Terms, 1-4 cash, 1-4 3 months, 1-4 6 mos, 1-4 9 months.  For full particulars apply to  ��65  i I  I !  fflO  I I  GO  ��� T JL  ??  Knowing the interest of our people  in the advent of the railway track to  Phoenix, the Pioneer has kept close  watch on the steel gang, in the C.P.R.  employ, this week. The track^iayirig-  outfit, with about 125 men, came up  to Hartford Junction from Eholt last  week, and at once began laying switches  and sidetracks.  Monday morning the work of putting down the iron on the spur to the  Golden Crown was started, being finished in two days. Wednesday the  start for'Phoenixi frqirf^HarUordiJu'rjc-  tion, was niade in'd��Litearnest, and if  nothing-unforeseen delays,] we s'hould  hear and see the steel gang in a couple  of days more; ,  On this, work of finishing up the  spurs the tracklaying.. machine is hot-  used. The rails are.laid by. the old  method of hand work. Even so, how^  ever, with plenty of help^ good progress  is made when the men do not have to  wait for ties or for iron.  Two locomotives are used���one at  the front and the other to bring up the  material, and to assist in the general  work of ballasting the track already  laid, which is going, on all the time.  Conductors Durkee" and'Newman are  in charge of the two trains, while R.H.  McCoy is foreman of the men putting  down the rails aud ties. It is expected that Hartford Junction will be the  headquarters of this force of men for a  couple of months, until all the spurs  are completed and ballasted.  ��� Railway Notes. .  One of the work engines ran off the  track on the Hartford Y last Sunday.  A force of carpenters is busy on a  neat section house at Hartford Junction.  One or two parties \ are talking of  putting up hotels at Hartford Junction.  During the week many visitors from  Phoenix have walked out to the scene  of operations.  A telegraph office is being established at Hartford Junction for the accommodation of the tracklayers. Poles  and wire will be run into Phoenix without delay.  The steam shovel, which was working about three-quarters of a mile below  Hartford, struck a mineral ledge Tuesday and had to be moved, delaying  operations only a day.  BOUNDARY MliNES.  Supt. Mahan, of the Jewel mine, at  Long Lake, states that this propeity,  which recently shut down, will start  up again in about six weeks, when  work will also begin on the new mill  and cyanide plant lot treating the ore.  A contract has been let for hauling  5,000 tons of City of Paris ore to the  Granby smelter at $4 per ton. The  ore comes from the 150 and 250 foot  levels of the mine, where it is said  sonic hisjh grade ore has been   struck.  ��<5  #^<0$,ee, 3&4s tfiS &V& m& ??��Street, Old Ironsides Towusite.  Boundary Creek Telephone 521;   Columbia 2.  0:1  cob  ������I  GO  One month from last Thursday will  be election day in this province, but it  would take a man gifted with the art  of prescience to predict the outcome  with any ceitainty. It is but natural  that both sides should make all kinds  of claims. Who ever saw a political  campaign without it? In Rossland  riding the contest, is between Hon.  Chas. H. Mackintosh and Hon. Smith  Curtis, but in other parts of the province it is not so clear cut, as there are  Cotton men, Martin men, Wilson and  other kinds of conservatives, to say  nothing of independents and a lew-  other kinds ol nominees.  In this riding Mr. Mackintosh's  supporters in Rossland made the firs;  tour of the constituency, but it is said,  did not make much headway, lor  various reasons. Rumors were afloat  that Mr. Mackintosh would pull out of  the race, but it is now said he will  fight it out to a finish. He is used to  thij sort of thing, and when he gels  into the thick ot* it, we may expect  politics hereabouts to grow a trifle  warmer.  ';��� Hut in the meantime Hon. Smith  Curtis, the liberal candidate, has been  letting no grass grow under his feet.  With the premier he last week visited  the most important towns in the riding,  Le.ng gr;eteJ by Jari.e audiences, and  it is Jaimed with distinctly favorable resulis to the candidate, ihe  trades conncil of Rossland has endorsed Mr. Curtis almost unanimously.  Up to date Mr. Curtis seems to be the  favorite with the 11 a'ority of the voters.  The list of candidates printed below  is lar from complete, but was nearly  so when made out.  Candidates Thus Farjtomliiated.   .  ��� -The following* list'bFiars&idatevth'us''"  far 1 nominated 'lor,the> provincial - as- ���  sembly,   from the different ridings,   is  published by the Nelson Miner:  Ossiar���Conservative, Irving mid Clifford.  . Cariboo���Conservative,   Rogers  aud .Hunter;  Cotton, Kmchant and Helgeson.  "West Litloet���Conservative, Smith and Skinner.  ICast I.illoet���Conservative, Trentice and Mac-  donald, Liberal, Henderson.  Westminster ��� Conservative, Reid ; Martin,  Itrown.    L  Dewdney ��� Conservative, McBride ; Mirtin,  Witliam; Cotton, Muuroe.  Chtllmack���Conservative, Asliwell, Liberal,  Vedder.  Delta���Conservative, Berry; Cotton, Foster.  '...Richmond���Conservative, Wilkinson ; Cotton,  Kidd.  West Yale���Martin, Ileebe; Liberal; Murphy.  North Yale���Conservative,  Kalton ;   Cotton,  Deane.  Kast Yale���Conservative, Kllisou.  Revetstoke���Conservative.'Taylor; Cotton, Keltic  Slocan���Conservative, Keen and Green.  Nelson���Conservative, Fletcher; Cjtton, Houston. .  Rossland���Conservative, Mackintosh ; Martin,  Curtis.  South Kast Kootenay���Conservative, Fernie.  North   Kast   Kootenay ��� Conservative,   Armstrong; Martin, Wells.  Vancouver���Conservative, Wilson, Tisdal, Garden and Wood; Martin, Wells, Martin, Gilinour,  and MacPhersou.     ���  Victoria���Conservative, Turner, Ilelmcken, Mc-  IMiillips and Hall;   Martin,-Yates, Martin, Ueck-  with and Brown.  North Victoria���Conservative, Booth.  South Victorin���Conservative, Kberts.  Esquimau ��� Conservative,   Tooley,   HaywarU  and Higgins; Martin, Fraser.  Cowichau���Conservative, Dick.  South Nanainio���Conservative, Duustnilir; Martin, M^T.mis. '  Nnunimo City���Cotton, Smith.  North Nanainio��� Conservative, Bryden.  Alberni���Martin, N'till.  Cumcx ��� Conservative, Mounce; Martin, Mclnnes.  Political Pointers.  W. J. Snodgrass was nominated  liy  the liberals at" Vernon this week.  There is still some talk of a straight  labor candidate in Rossland riding.  John Cunningham Brown, thc postmaster at New Westminster, is now  provincial finance minis er, J. C  Ryder havi ng resigned.  Hon. Chas. H. Mackintosh, the conservative candidate in Rossland riding,  who is an experienced campaigner, 1i;k  returned from the east, and will doubtless be in the Boundary next week.  Hon. Joseph Martin and Hon. Smith  Curtis held a big meeting at Greenwood last Kridav night on behalf of the  government. Duncan Ross, editor of.  the Greenwood 'I imes, who spoke in  opposition to them, asserted in his  paper that it was a cold   meeting,   but  The old whim that was used in   tho 1 others   present   claimed that the great  i&:  \Lrj  �����*  --r   N-   v-  early davs on the Snowshoe, has been  sold to the owners of the Rambler,  east of Eholt. Manager Davis was in  town Wednesday 'looking after the removal. The Rambler shaft is now  down So feet.  Sub-rer.iTrdiiuj! offices are to be opened !��ti-- the 'Kiftcia River Mining division  nt Wustt Slk'lge, near the junction of  West ;U'<fc'.iJ. syiv!a the main Kettle river,  and at \Ternon, Tlie hitler '* f'  nearest accessible point to the  majority was with the government can-  ��� didates.  ��� Ja.mes Martin, of Rossland, ex-mem-  ; her of the provincial house, was in  , Nelson yesterday .on his way.to Kaslo.  :\lr. Matin says he is out of politics  i but   volunteers   the belief  that Smith  Curtis will be elected   in" the Kossland  ' riiling.     On  the   other   hand,   Editor  i W. K. Esling, of the Rossland Record,  is   the   u'u) was   a's<>   'n   t<nvn   yesterday,   is  jv[f>na. [ firm in the belief  that  (low   Mackin-  3\  yw.  shee distiict,  river.  head   wat ers of  Kettle  | tosh will be the   successful  I ���Nelson Tribune.  candidate.  tw  n- ts ft  -CfT-  V  A Jft{{   ' lit 'V  ���3E-V.V ���;  'IrV!  mi  &lW?  II  iff.  Ifii'  Jill ���  111'  ^p'  'rP't! .  ;nKfi ������  tar  Jtfc-  l-St-:'.  it  pise*',:  Jf$|fe'':'  aj^^ii-1 ���'  ' sigip '  #*& '���  PHI& ;  ���it  Bit ������'������������  IP!:'  tS'-^-s'.''  liift'-'  lit-  lit--  ��t*1  s��V  Sty ���*!  '$>  . ���^yimi'in-riaaatjaiijs^^  THB PHOENIX. PIONEER.  Tne Phoenix .Pioneer,  ItSCtO OX SATURDAY 11V THE  PiONEEIlPUBLISHING CO.  AT J'HOr.NIX. 11. C.  w. b.willco;:  .O.lumbia'ihiid Boundary Cn  , Man.  srnfCKnTios*.  IVr Year...... ��...  Six Mouths.. ���   To J'oreinu Couiitries.���..... .....    l.qr,  Advertising rates furn��&*��<! ���� ���.jty**Wfb8i  l.-^al nctices 10 and 5 cents j<i-��rlA��?. !  Vour weekly iustrtliea* amUaUti ������� 'Stt*^**  advel tlsiuK.  L;i)iTOSIAL  COMMENTS.  ���The early completion of the track-  laying to Phoenix is already.'having a  beneficial effect.  According to reports, those who visit  the Paris esporJticra will find the hotel?  similar to those st the -Chicago ci.  |.iCi4itk>��!-.-**-c(iut nt" eight.  j900 ������' . 'm^:i-:x^:tm  Sua  Mod.. Tues   ^Vd';  ffe'   ���'.�������   '.^99  i:    av^:i::>;-'4S;''/":5  6  7 ;'  S     9''���������.��� at��;..;, a ft. 'f 9.  13  14;:   15     l6;    if     1��'- J9  20  21     22     23     ?4     S|     #6  2/  2S  ,29   .30     51,'  LESSONS FROM PtRBS.  .WwiV��l.Si^cy.��:f'<aj!Kt)Srftg''. wish  ��.]'*���**!(J*sa*i��I''fiio��aii!*i'i4Ja..   B*" ��� fe#: .-at-  fat i�� J&^rto^wsxwiw. tKsi; itss �� ��i|),  8g?ei��s��t 8is�� A�� tfeai' ehin^    ..-���."���'���'���,.  To Newspaper Men.  If you want a neat country newspaper outfit, that will be suitable lor a  countryWeekly, six column, for patent,  or all home pi in t, we can fit you out  in good shape. This is a snap for the  right man who has a little dough.  Apply to the  ��� Phoenix-Pi'onkkr,  ������Phoenix, 13, C.  h aa; ffigiaLficwiS' ��hs2 a pftcsjsiaeat  ssasas cezn^RV .or* she 'Skiaadaj>y������ne  ��hot h&* srmili hundreds of s&otrsands  ���ce" <5o?!iws here~��.:aircs-�� the tezmu: oi  Hon..Smith Curtis to Victoria.-.'-''"'  Within a few days Ottawa and Hull,  in Ontario experienced a terrible  disaster in the shape of a  conflagration,  which destroyed millions in ]>iopeity  and    rendered   thousands ; hwuekss.  '   .Scarcely  had   the wires  flash-co"   this  news across the continent,   when the  lown of Saiidon was: literally wiped out  by the  same dread   element. .'While  the damage done; at;,tlie 'former fire  was  several   times   the greatest,   the  latter comes nearer home to us here in  Jhitish   Columbia,   because,   like  our  own, it was a mining  town,  and   had  little means of protection against  fire,  hi Sandon the  cause of the fire  is  a'tiibuted  to a cigarette.    Then   the  main  stieet being only 15 feet  wide,  but little chance was given to fight the  flames when they were once well started.    Although the water supply is said  to be excellent and the fire boys worked hard, they had little cr ,110 opportunity to do effective work.  It is always a difficult matter in new-  towns���-jr old ones, for that matter���  to impress upon the residents the nec-  cessity for every reasonable precaution  against fite. Not only should this he  taken by individual but by the town  as a whole. If the town be unincorporated, and therefore lacks a local  executive to take the initiative, the  danger is all the greater, for the reason  that no one feels like'taking the responsibility of acting.   '       ���". t  In Phoenix as much or more care  should be taken against fire as In simi  lar towns. The board of trade is taking up the matter, and' proposes to  co-operate with-the-'ire - wardens.���Al  last Monday's, meeting a special committee was appointed to arrange for  the formation of a volunteer fire brigade. Let every' business man and  every resident do all in their power to  second the efforts of these gc.itlemen,  and the likelihood of fire will be greatly minimised.  Sandon, a snoantaift eciaing ttosst* in  the Slocon, was aripe<l ou*'.by,:'tins -last  week. In that fact is a lessab.&nr the  residents of every plaice whero.firc fighting facilities are almost nil. Vigilance  i�� the price of safety.        .   ,.   -  There is quite a ���'��� difference'-' betveen  the account cut" Joe Martin's meeting  in Greenwood,' aa reported'...'hi'-'the  TimcR, and that of others present.  But, oi' course, the Times is ag.nin.it  Joe nights, days and Sundays, and  that may make a difference.  It was Tei}>oVted -gfo&ir. someone oaid  that Lord Roberts thoujght ihe iiritish  would be in Pretoria by t'be unkldle o!  May. Lord Roberts caw etiwaynt be relied on.���Montreal -G*iaette.  Movements have been begun for tlie  erection in Canada of monuments to  the Canadians who fell in the war,' and  it is altogether likely that there will be  one or more memorials of * tins kind���  Toronto Globe.  Will the electors act for the weal or  woe of this country?' - It is nota question of partisanship, not is it a question of standing by the old paity land  maiks of the past, but is one solely of  seli-interests as far as ,the country is  concerned.���Columbia  Review.  'Sfjni IX. i��k9������, (8:1 <��d yumsg, -should have  /!a[, thsrirt��:tli<:'Kt>al>t*!ioM�� every ai-x months  ^TT^,btv  a<tt����t����!icsit' I'Vntisvl.������ rVcfty  \Vill   bo  *-pre*U��t, ^wl tfc<rt*r ftjriwiAt,', ��'hicl,t  ncrth-  i-xs: fcwt a  tki^a-A^li   c^ftBkinaitija.i . i^i.l -revtal^  tPi>tftP*&Kn*fi ��w^picti I'ttju-toB,! iw' ttitft'a ffceaifcK  iwics'li-e^>Hi> ^w��^, l��i�� t'^jc' ���g<$vl ^pwit GU0'*t>Say.  ifUiMit iltii^ti w>a^u em&jy te im ^S^ii't'ttt-iU itcct 13^  ��i.'��^wtW(?; <w��w (-^Dc��*JttO[ii mot Io:^t M-acl Un<9' 'Ulli^  baNtcacjr, <)jurc����aw Oiv  c^Ki^iicut >*di ib(��v<: a%^  tatrttor Omclmv to fora <��.   ilSw i, a��xl<A��l '.=��  , 'KbbMm t&u Vfrile' e/tSw c��wi<y t>lH-Ci��w swl ��!ir-o��2f*>,  ��wi <5fit�� .���ligrk't'-'Aws**' ���? vsiirarfss Wje ��ni,<  tfeu 4h^o>^Kast ^^r.tnTeU ^<ttar��ItaAnw^'Wt��l^iii-JS 1^-t^t^  Jftero yenar <to��KtiB otUai^iil Iko m time,   ffito <&&  fraern.sHinrty.   Oin   lisa  Wcrridsft   g6a&    tcavU-  tinxttvav -to ��<vit ^PBDii, igxA 'lia $iill vuv&tr ^vts-  ������lkr��t- ^ertiw.   utanv- g^msatat yist c4? tfefero1  visit* ijo ik- dualist ���vfa"e�� &r*tsitiv*' turtlli llurott  atwvm  firts^oivt erartttu^r.  -With  ming  v��cki��^i,  osarly kk k&b MrrvcMis ttfwBiusijaiuel^ithfirucriar^t-  ojg paia-<iMdawff.<Tns CritSii�� as, ovovf ��� f.*ti9��,  Omf ouau fjr rvtitf.   Mija- etca tfla Am list Vo as-  IJurix-d bo jairijciM ta�� hvat ffi|^rmUiat vhea Uo��  jmtiuttt- ��,��i ttett iota pfl*B^>li catulitfcaa ha  e��-  ccivQ It ?   If your f:i<tvM is ssek &u net .^act <��k^3  Iu; is almost ctofid before yoticbo sxM����8tkm^ C>r ki��  erKHd flbr tliic docboi.   ^&e Aocbor wcivsm-e kii^  by e��iniaa;j at tlie lost ��K-Meu��t, auri daraM (tei  pntiout rtcov^r lac k* ltaltki.tio^ Itovtf lwri iKoltSi  ik*: reKitiin^^rof kaslif^ on'acctmnt af uo>t having  roceivud -jwojiLer -atte��t��nfl; at'.^tlw   ri^ht   tiaMf.  I.tkewi^r, a tooth tkat -m neglected way uu-flllttd  and ��ivc�� st the last wcuiiSMt, but oil! probnhly  have bad health tke rest of its lif;.   One pvraioa  mi a hundred k4us good twtk, Mt��tfty ��iiae ^mooiH  iai a h��Milrcd cswkt kavw gwd t-ctk ttUA {/truprr  attoutiiow.,  Columbia Baths and Barber Shop*  Baths50c, 3for$*.00  UndEH COLUMHIA lioTKL,  Phoenix, B. C;l_ R. L. MILES, Prop.  momim&M'M$^tmoMm%ilW���s,  FassesS Bwails.of Wises,ilsiquors and Cigars always isa Sioclj  TIIK BEST UKEU IX TOW.V IS MADE HY TIIK  THE ELKHORN BREWiRY  AS&FOR  k'  ���1 UB�� ��aM|j> MB; Bgta ��aj <ati HMD ��MC aga  g^i"rJJi>-l,��lW'!:i.a  Ig  ����  HAEEY NASH.Frop.  .^ijriif>'^MiJB��wWia��afcw  ���"'.'HEIK1ES &: CO.. J'aopaiE-raas.  ��^ Good Sa&$e^ Pfiefe eitd Pfhnng fiorscs.   Uemy $tm0$r &>>  '���'������      Chmrges Reasonable.  .-''. STANDA��il>- AVE, i'MOEOTX, B. ,'C."''.:: :'���-.'  -;t:;:',-.���  DH. H. i^IATf-HSOfl,  Dn.vnsr  ftfatkn-FJood blk.   Geekkwoobs B.C  &COT7 & Md.AJ<EM.  COKTKACl-OKS AXD iiUlLOItaS.  EsTIMATIS EUKKISHKD.  tJHOENlX, B. C.  ��� A nasty thing is a boomerang, when  you don't know how to use it. It occasionally happens that its manipulator  is hurt. AVe cordially commend this  paragraph to thc careful consideration  of the gentlemen %who call themselves  the conservative party of British Co  lumbia.���Vancouver World.     .   -  H. S. CAYLEY. V.B. COCHRAKlf  CAYLEY & COCHRANE,  Solicitors, Etc.  PHOENIX, B. C.  ALDHAH & BLUNT,  Mixe Surveyors,  axd Draughtsmen.  We have a fine line in all qualities and styles.  It will pay you to ��zamine and  get prices.  Isi IFaiPiiitufe^o  We are constantly reociving- the latest,  from  the finest to the cheapest.  cimn & nmm,  Ptomura, Carpets and' Un&#ta&mg  OLD laONSTT3ES AVE. - - PHOENIX,  ��.  C.gE  tmmmmmmm  'PMOENIX-   ���  MARKET.     1  aiaftD.omits voa nouKDAitr ckbek, caitEKvoou, ��. t\  B8aix)UAa*��a����� kclsok, b. c.  I Wholesale a��d Retail Meat iflerctona  watWfci Jnfc^fti>i<i  LAUNDRY.  -LAWRENCE & WATSON, Props  Best of work guaranteed.     Specialty of White Shirts.  aooe calls�� pen  ��MO  B^LIVSSEB.  Basemext Miller Blk., Dominion A v.  NNES,  Pkotisis, B. C.  D. J. MATHESON,  WARNED AGAINST CAPE N9M���.  SMITH CUPTIS AS ACAN2I3ATE.  Hon. Smith Curtis, -provincial minister ot mines,  has announced hirnsell  as a candidate for legislative honors at  the hands of the electors of Rossland  ". 1 iding.    Immediately ori this annouce-  nient   Mr. Curtis did not hie  himseli  -^ to the east and   leave others to  fight  his political battles,  as his  opponent,  Mr. Mackintosh,  did.    On  the  contrary   heat once  began a canvass  Oi*  the < onstituencv, and is now  meeting  the \oters daily in different places and  -   retting lorth his views on the issues ot  the  hour.    'I his  fact alone  is  com  inenuing him generally to the people.  Already it -\iould  appear  that  the  tide is  running  strongly  in  favor  o."  Mr. Curtis,  and   there are. excellent  jeasons lor it.    Generally the plat.brm  mi w hi( h he stands is thought well of,  and man; who are not in favor of the  premiei   will support the  minister o.  mine-..    One thing is certain, and that  is. Mr. Curtis  is  thoroughly  familial  with   the   needs  of  the constituency.  He hrs been   through it from   end   to  end time  and  again,  and  he  knows  the   situation   thoioughly.      Possibly  Mr. Mackintosh is as well  acquainted  with this  section,  but if this is  the  'case he lu*- MileJ to show it thus lar.  'I he Boundary wants a man to rep-  resjnt it at Victoria who will pay same  attention to tie necessi ies, from a  yj\. rnriunt.il point ot \iew, of t!ii<  larnuK dei eloping .section. There is  even ieason to believe that Mr. Curtis  will do better by the Boundary than  nm icpresen'.ative we have yet had.  In his tour ot the LdflSttuency he has  l-een well re-ei\ed, ar.d it appears that  lie �� ill bo successful on June 9th when  the ballots .ire counted. 1-Voor organ  JMimns in Rtssland ha\e cnd<nsed  his < .iiidid.ituie, and in the   liounJiirv  Leadln; New York Mining Journal Does Not  Favor it.  The New York' Engineering and  Mining Journal gives the following  warning against the much-boomed  Cape Nome gold fields:   It looks very much as if some of the  SchemesTor mining the shore deposits  of the Nome districts in Alaska are  being prepared without counting the  cost, and with very little knowledge ol*  the true conditions. A good deal is  said of the probable returns to be obtained by mining .beyond the low-w ater  mark, and we hear of some dredging  outfits which are to be prepared for  use dui ing the coming season. Now,  dredging for gold is not altogether as  simple an oj>eration in practice anywhere as it is on paner; and at Nome  it is going to be very risky work. To  try to opetate a dredge in shallow-  water, on a sloping beach, where there is  always a heavy swell, and where there  is no protection whatever from frequent  and violent storms, is not merely a  difficult matter; a wreck is only a question of time, and probably a very'short  time To work by sinking "shafts atid  running tunnels out under the ocean  bed is likely to be a costly and difficult  task. The 'building of coffer dams  and cassions which will stand against  the waves will also be costly.  Altogether the problem of working  these ���shore deposits is not an easy one,  and it is by no means certain whether  gold will be tound in quantities which  will pay for the ri'iks to be incurred.  People should hesitate and investigate  carefully beiore going fnto any of these  ���schemes, or undertaking to transport  heavv machinery to Nome.  INSURANCE AGEXT,  FIRE/LIYe, ACCilMEXT.  Commissioner for taking Affidavits.  Phoenix, B.  R. B. KERRi  Barrister and Solicitor,  notary public.  PHOENIX, B. C.  '"* Pioneer  T  ^Butchers  OF THE CAMP.  We handle all Kinds of Beef, Pork, Mutton and Veal.  Also Fish, Poultry and Oysters in season.  Marfceta ��t Nei����, Kaslo, Three Forka, Sandon, Slocan City,  Silvertoa, New I>enve��, Vmir, Sahao, Rossland, Trail, Cascade^  ���tlraud Forks, Greenwood, Midvay, Niagara and Phoxnii.  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  All orders receive prompt attention.  ������<?�����������������#*����������*,��*�����,������������� ���s��<,a����e<,a##������*a����#��###,#s.g  J. E FORTIN,  Dominion Avenue  Phoknix, B. C.  M9M  Show   made  in   any  style.     Rubbers' and Shoes repaired.  All k'mds of Leather Findings for sale.        Harness K.kpaIiRED.  The Victoria Hotel  U. C. HOTEL '"O., Ltd., Props.  J. UKRKMAN, Ma.vaoek.  A. E. ASHCRQiFT,   _  mining and civil engisek��  provincial land surveyor.  BAUER & ASHCROFI-,  VANCOUVER, It. C  . Yonr Trade Solicited.  Old I*o&$y��3 Ave.  Our Prices Are Right.  PHOENIX, 8. C  GitSEiYWOOD, >B. C  I J. B. BOYLE,  Drugget.  The' only place you  can buy Perfect Headache Powders. . Cures  all kinds of lieadache.   -  $     Prescriptions a  y'  & Specialty.  Another Cor  he i\ii  men!  c'jr > I  ]i.iA)  ib1 v h:u e the same endorse-  .Mi. C*urtis  apparently i as the  'it- people ::i this c.-unjuLjn.  Nsw Dssioloa Ballots.  The Dominion ba lot i.s described by  an exchanije us a good one, which will  greatly increase the difficulty of making  mistakes. - The .spaces containing the  candidate^' names are separated by  black hands about half an inch wide,  and in order to make an ambiguous  ma.k extending into two compartments,  the pencil must pass over the whole ot  this black margin. The other part of  the sjstem i.s the attachment to the paper of two counteitoils, each bearing  one number, say 2,029. As- the  deputy.returning officer gives the voter  his ballot, he liars off one of these  counterfoils and lays it on the table in  \iew of the sctutineers. When the  \oter returns, the deputy .and scrutineer e.\arnine the outside of tlie ballot,  iu order to sse that the number on the  countenoil still attached is the same as  that which lies on the table. This is  to ])ic\ent the substitution of a bo^us  ballot, not to identify the \oter or interfere in any way .with the secrecy 01"  the ballot.  m  Si  ��f Timothy Hay Just to haiad.     Also Car of Oats.  Wtien!B��iv*it@ flour  See that it is the Celebrated CALGARY WARD WHKAT, the-besrOra*: of Plcmr in  the Mirlact. The PUOK-NIX FliKD and PRODUCK CO. are sole agej'U for this  Celebra'tod Flour.  An Immense Shipment of  Choice Fresh Ranch Ilutter   Just CONTACTORS and DUILDERS WILL FIND  Arrived at our Warehouse. Kind- n good stock of A No. i Shingles always on  ly CaU aud sample it. hand at our Warehouse.  PHOENIX PEED AND PRODUCE CO.  First Class in every respect. Electric Bel Is;  Electric Lighted. Finest .Liquors and Cigars.  Large aud Commodious Sample' Rooms. ....  Old Ironsides Avenue,  PHOENIX, B. C.  AKERY  SLINN & McCAGUE,  PROPRIETORS.  4ajH*. ��re^d��. Cakes, Pies, Etc., Fresh Daily.  IRONSIDES ADDITION, PHOENIX, BrC." - Free Deliver v.  AOENTS FOR  ( li  R. GREIGER, Mangaer.  Pabst  Beer  Complete Unc of Bar Supplies.    '  -   j ���*���?  ..   .GUEfeNWOOD, B. C..'..  z&m��Bm>mm,8��^^  Knob lliiil Ave,    Phoenix, B. C  FOK A SQUARE <��>  MEAL GO TO....   ' ��  estaurant  1  Piocnix Moil S:n-!cc.  f'^C! !u tl-s. S n. 11:. to 7 p. rn.   .  Mn. ��ic o,l f-rCrnnd Kits, Orecmvood; Rcss-  Hmt, Iv.istM*. Iv:i?*crn UuiCmi S'a'.es and Ccnst  'ro ulc c1'! 1. (..xi*-pt ft !th1-!>) at J2:!�� p. in.  1 l! Mi '\\ijv C'unr* McKumey and l,mairvi?w on  Vo^iln\  W   ij��ts lay and  I'-tiayat 12:15 }.. in.  M.t 1. J.k f 01;. A: pjU �� at 5:3a p. ti . .  O.J. JIATJIIWIN.  l-j.t:s2i:cr.  Harber "c Thompson,  I'ROrRHCTORS.  Meals at All Hours.  The Best the Market  '.'.... .. Affords. .'.,.:.'.,  <j>-  i  ��� Tliis" hotel is centrally located," newly built and���  newly funiished throughout.    Everything is first  class.    Bar stocked with the finest.        :        : ���      :  ���       EDWARD SIMPSON, Prop.  MANDEL & 3VKJRPHY, Props.  e  Arc Now Ready to do AH Kinds of  TINWARE ROOFING,  REPAIRING, Etc.  S  DAN McRAE, PuopKittOR.  RoEgh and Pkned Lumber, Flooring, Shiplap, Rustic and  SHINGLES ON HAND.  We are prepared to furnish dimension timbers.  Mill Located ,Two Miles West of Phoenix, B. C  HOCSKKKKPHRS���You will find a goo-1 stock of Ilrooms. Wnsli Bnnhpi, Wash Tubs,  Wringers, Clothes Pins, Scrub brushes, U'hiti WbhIi brushes, a dv. Child's bath Tubs in  stock; also, Horn, Rakes aud W&Ur Cans fur your nardtii.  Somlaioii Ayenue,  Plioenix, B. C.  9  Ion  (0[)posite Mineis' Union (Tall)  Corner Dominion Avenue and banner   Street, Phoexix, I?. C.  Dominion  .Avenue, |i  ^.j This Hotel is Hard Finished j Bor   Funiished with thc Fin-  Cpnvcuiently Arranged.     f est of Goods. '  Phoenix, B. C.  ��..  i ^^-^������^^������y^4^^<'<i'^'-i"i^-l^'P^i <& )  ^-"���' !;;:;^!Ai; a: Prendergast, Props.  UNION  MADE by  W KOOTENAY CIGAR MFG. CO., of Nefecn, B.C.^/  VSa. See that the Jil.UK I.al.cl is on ench Ilox.  -m  r  ������I  Makes Two Roimd Trips Daily Between Phoenix   $  and Greenwood. "- L'J  Leaves Phoenix at S.oo a. in. and 1.30 p. m.   Phoenix Time.  Leaves > Greenwood at 10:00 a.in. and 4:00 p.m.  Greenwood Time.  Ft"  t  1 Jp  t   1"  I  MMIMBMEMW^raS^^ THE   PHOENIX PIONEER.  ,4++++��� +4 4 ���������M-H-H^-f ++++++  ������������������** ��� ��*+***+4* �����  jE,G. Keith & Co.!  -HANDLE-  Real f&fafe and  The ice man it �� jropulw individual  jhcsc' warm day*. ��� ��� ";  '  ]f you Jove your  wife and  babies,  lubscrib* for th* Pioneer.  Several new 'jjJmkw*' Kire Wen   put  by the  iAoumiary Creak  line this  icak.-     '.;/ '���'���...'.;  The Greenwood i\��iner,\ supporting  ie government, �� now published twice  week. '���''���;'      ';..'. ��� i.  W. R. Lee has built and is .���.occupy-  " a cozy cottage  on the   New   York  nvnsite, near the residence of Geo. P.  (rcakenridge.  Frank l-'letcher, C. P. R. land agent  Nelwn,   has   been   nominated   for  jislative honors by the conservatives  Nelson riding.  [All business with   the   mining   re-  ���fier   > i   the    Kettle  river  mining  ii 1-.KJ/1 is now transacted  at  Green-  i, instead ot" Midway, as formerly.  Those whose business it is to collect  annus    in the  various    Boundary  ivns, assert that   they   have   bettc-  Iccess   in Phoenix   than   any other  lace.  Mrs. Crawford and Mix* Crawford,  >tber  and sister of  the  well-known  lioenix real estate and insurance man,  iv��  arrived in ' town to  make  their  here.  G��orge W. Rumberger, delegate from  local iodye, v\ent to RossUnd  i-nday to attend thc session of the  flpigrand lodge of Knights oi i'ythian oi"  ^'���British Columbia..  ��� !��$xkta Black returned from'a trip to  -���.'^j^ilblic and otl>er reserration [joints  /.^Sfipjiay night. He says that nearly  ff^jewSr-y place he visited was extremely  lite in a business way.  ^Anthony J. McMillan, manager of  Rossland and Slocan (B. C.) Syn-  |ate,-owning- the Snovskoe mine- in  camp, who has Ijfeen spending the  Iter in the old country, sailed for  itreal last Thursday week.  K. Stewart, of Greenwood, cus-  broker, ban been Appointed as  Hrlfeish Columbia ye])reaentative at- the  Paris exposition by the dominion gov-  trnirienl, and expects to leave for the  jjay Trench capital in a short time  H. McQuarrie, of the  Phoenix  ���s' Union,   has been elected vice-  IMjffiidetit of the Greenwood Trades  ^fUll' Labor Council. J.\V. Stewart,,  he Phoenix Carpenters' Union,, is  lember of the executive committee.  ,ast week.-Mann,. .Foley' Bros.. &  on,who built the  Boundary  rail:  closed their ..office in  Trail, and  nd up their affairs, and Paymaster  F. 'Woodman   and   Stenographer  imey-went-to their  homes  in Spo-  e.  The report of Dr. Fagan, provincial  dical health officer lor' the month  ��ing April 30th, states that there are  t nt}' smallpox cases in British Columbia  't fi^'day. There were but eleven cases  I      it|five different places.in the interior.  ��� ft. have now recovered.  ���,v:>fi# ���,���-,...  il^T'^'British Columbia now has 14 recog-  ized boards of trade. Besides Phoc-  the following places each have one:  anbrook, Fernie, Golden, Grand  rks, Kamioops,' Kaslo, New Hest-  hstcr, Nelson, Revelstoke, Rossland,  ncouver, Vernon and Victoria.  )istrict Manager Hodge, of Nelson,  he Vernon and Nelson Telephone  was in town   this  week,   looking  r some much needed repairs to  line. Another side line is being  from Greenwood to Phoenix  and  line through town straightened out.  EH. T. Wilgress, for a year or  more  t C. P. R. right-of-way agent along  Columbia and  Western   Railway  m  Robson   to   Midway,   has  been  pointed C. P. R. land commissioner  British Columbia. He Will make  lson his headquarters, having iorni-  !y been located at Greenwood.  [Stanley A. Easton states that on the  jS^sagmw, 65 miles from   Greenwood, up  VCPe west 10rk of tne Kettle river, in  '^lit'ich he is interested, average values  |J*T$395 in gold and silver have been  ^sfjtained. The ore is largely of a free  f'<- spiling character, and the prospects  K;^ the property are of the brightest.  I t",'Jf^t t'1c meet����g of the Presbyterian  [},>%nod'of B.'Ctecentlybdd at Nel-  (hjapn, it was said that $18,372 .was  S\ Jspcnt m missionary work during the  I ^ast year in this province For-the  * iensuing year it is estimated that $28,150  1 Mil be required. Members of the  ^Hiiich jn Phoenix hope tliat this place  ���Mats*!;-41w. Kasob  Wm*. St., fffeK-  Se raww otKtffiiiird si-id do'-.  : *[$wsA hmiimn.    Bar and  ���Swismsesit Winding in $73; per  .tMmbh.    Aa  ejcellent  oj)|'jor-  torut? (or a profitable  invest-  InvestigatJon   invited.  &tMkrilan  furnished   by  the  ���ovntv,   C M. Moi.l*x,  Plwrnik, K. C.  JGE HEDGES  >��-  leer.  ���.���. ir���  THE BANK OF  All ordta-o promptly *,ttc;nd*d (so.  TelepHoras 520 orP.*0.13o*so.��'  m, SitJBcferd Avfe., "  �� ���������*  A&ID S(X) LINE.  National Htgh-w&y.  aatf WwliTs KeteW..tnis.',-.  'I'he direct route from Kootenay, Kettle  . River and Boundary Creek Districts  to all points East and West.  First-Clas* Sleepers on all trains from  ReveUtpke and Kootenay Landing.  Tourist Cars past Medicine Hat:  Daily for St. Paul; Sundays and  Wednesdays for Toronto; Fridays  For Montreal and Boston. Same  Cars pass Revelstoke one day earlier.  Direct Connection via Robson to and  from all Points.  EXCEFI' SUNDAV '   EXCEPT SUNDAY  14:35 Leave Greenwood Arrive 15.35"  For   rates    and    full    information  address nearest local agent or,  E.R.IOTATH, Agent, Greenwood, B. C.  W.F.Anderson,      - EJ.C0v1.1c,  Trav. Pass. Agent, A.G. P.Agt.  Nelson, B.C.   Vancouver, B.C  ���'���'-.   |.f.����B8*���0A;���-...-  W/fesrf''thing iii Btocfc tkart  ��Kc��ld las fiowi*d in an Up4o-  ditte News wtd StKlacmnspy  ��8t��bliahiasient.  Dais.y Pavers,  Magazines,  Books,  Stationery,.  Fifes,  Tobaccos and  Cigars.  ����� PboaeniK, B. C.  * ���.������.���������������  4    Agts. for Spokesman-Review  ��� ���      ���',,   .": .'.'������  v-f ��4����4����4�� �� * ���.��� 4<M-4 ����� ��� ��� ��� �����  Established in  1856.  'Ji-Acoriwated *y -J^oyjl JJIiarto?.  ���>'as-d-up CAPiT.'U^....'. .��<;,&64,m  #.ESK^.VE *UW��...,'.. .a$i,^5oAwi��  "$; CIc��Svf Kit'* iij6^i*)if..'C*.,.':l'>j'i.>d!��i��se:,'JS.C.*  . $oofii' c�� f*>i&mse<!&9::  S". OP.'��������"'���, jiodis J**��r toiteo��a, 'Cififti^ei  1'abiMw, (BkciK^jJio 411. t&Utx, K!X^K\ '}. )i.  ����Ai-^g.tit, Iti). a*t:ii��5. ftwxf:,OS. J. *. 'Siss-  ia��c*in��e.>CT',,#. ��s.-^AEua.  IfamU OfScc i*C��uuiki. ftt. JtniKSSJ ^tsOiuti, .  ' auOKWBK*t.  ^S. 8WWJfflj��a��i Qenaaacl t&<m<n$iT.  USatBCWKS IB? CA'XADA.  r/<6Jt<*UM,&'amfi..r<l,HUaiMttlflW,'i-<��-oiito,��o��l��:a,  Ottawa, Kiiijfritou, Qn<:lwc,. at. JtAu, N". >.,  Srn'iidou, WiMMlptd, l-'rc'doricton, K^B.,JS��1-  ifiiK, Vtrtorin, Va��C9Uvor, Rosalimd, Zistio,  Trail, A/Acrofl, Dawstia City, Klouilikc, N.  tT. T., Oruetiwaad, Atlln and BeniKitt, 1>. C.  ��ii}��i-y, C. II.  ., ���'   AC.KNTS IN THE UNITED STATES.       '  SITOKANK���Triiders N'otiounl awl Old Nntinnal  Unnbs.   Xr.vr York���52 Wall 8t., W. I.awnuii  oui J. C. WvlsJi, agents.    San Kbanciwo,  i��)aaK����mestreet,.11. J. McMichatil aiuJJ.K.  .,      AMbrUSV, RgCMtiJ.  LONDON HANKERS.       '' ���".,'.'.  The Brink of England and Glyii Si Co..  IOREIGN AGENTS. "  I.kioriMMil���Hunk of I.ivor)K)ol. Aw'lraHa���Utiiou  Bank of Austrnlln. New Zealand~Uxli>H  Hunk of Aiuttrnlin aud Hank of New Zealand.  India, Cliina and Japan���Clinrtared Mer-  clmnts Hank of 'India, London p.ml China,  Aura Bunt. ��'e��t Indies: Colonial I]��nk.  - Paris���Marcuard and Krmifi.4 & Co.. Lyons���  Credit Lyoimals.  %p., fe-aornwaa, 6. C.  JTho Most Popular  I       Hotel in Phoenix.  It is the;;- FAVORITE RESORT for  the Weary and Thirsty Traveller.s  or Wayfarer, a-nd in consequence |  is becoming noted throughout the 1  n. d. pmn  P&oenix Shoz Shop.  All Work Guaranteed.    Import--  .   ed Goods.  FINK HOOTS AND SHOES MADE TO  OKDKIl.  PRACTICAL    MINERS'  AND   PROS-.  HECTORS' SHOES   A  SPECIALTY.  Corner Phoenix St. and Brooklyn Ave.  Greenwood  Music Store  000  Pianos, Organs,   Sheet Music,  Instruments, Strings, etc. < '&  ��00  Prof.   Kaufman will receive  pupils  for Piano, Violin, Mandolin.   Best  References.    Moderate Rates.  000  Government and Greenwood St. Greenwood, B. C.  (><>0^<KKKK>O<><HK><H>0<KHKK^^  p��MOENIX  EASTERM  Townships Bank,  ESTABLISHED 1659.  CAPITAL   -:-'������-.������-���.'-    $1,500,000  RESERVE FUND   -e'���-..   $835,000  ''������,'      HOARD OF DIRECtORS:  B. W. HiiSKKEH, President, Hon. M. H.  Cocii  rank', Vice-Bres., Israel' Wood, J. S. Mitchell,  G. Stevens, J. N. Galer, N. W.Thomas, C. 11.  Kathan, H. B. Brown, Q. C.     .  IIKAD OFFICH SHKP.BROOKK, P. Q.  Wm. Farwkll, Geu'l Mgr.,'':S;..'Ki>gkll, Local  Mgr.; S. F. Morkv, Branch Inspector.  BRANCHES;  Waterloo, W. I. Briggs, Manager.  -..���..   Stanstcad, S. Stevens,    ��� V .-  ' Cowanville, J. Mackinuon, Manager. -  Coaticook.B. Austin, Manager.  Richmond, W. t. Ball,   / " ,  Granby, WiHvRobinso)i,"  Bedford, K. W.Morgan,    "  'Magog, H. P. Oliver,. ".  ���'  St. Hyacinthe, J. U. La Framboise, Mgr.  Huntingdon, E. N. Robinson, .Vgr.  Grand Forks, J. W. Maclongiin, Mjr.  Agents in Montreal, Bank of Montreal: London, Kng., National Bank of Scotland; Boston,  National Exchange Bank; KeXP York, Natioual  Park Bank.  Collections, made at all accessible points.  Drafts issued for any,required amounts, good.in  all points in* Canada, U. S. and Europe. Exchange bought and sold. ~'  Savings Branch Departmentalench office.  Interest allowed fi-oni date of deposit and compounded annually without requiring attention of  depositor.-  Office Hours: 10-3; Saturday froni 10 to 12.    ; .  C. W..Greer, Propr., .  ���.Is making Light, Sweet and Wholesome  Bread, French, Rye or Graham. Leave  your orders at the _     SS:  SOENIX SllEET,  REAR MORRIN'& THOMPSON,  PHOENIX, E. C.  THE CANADIAN  ij' N��-.vly Fumiished. Choicest Liquors  and Cigars. DiningRoomFirst-  Class in Every Way.        .  I .  Ca��K��WOOD and PHOENIX, B. C.  ���90i.it ��catKTs i��oa th*=-  Of Rouland,. thc Largest, Brev-  ery in iJj-itir.h CoJumbi*.  ir���GENERAL KXP0RT AGENTS���  Bf�� iabd ksLn:;  Safers 'Ma-Aura!   Mineral Water  Wiesuadkn, Germany.  JAS. McCREATH & CO.. Props.  J. E.-AHLMSTROM,.Manager. ���  Fine Wines, Liquors mt&'���igaivs,'  DOMINION AVENUE,       . -..,/.-        -     ".-.,      PHOENIX, B.C.  SPECIAL  BARGAINS  ���NOW JN-���  S-pring afiii SufHSwer Suits  ... And don't forget to see our New Range of. . J H  :>:i'-.   HATSjv ���..-..- : .-.'--l  'X-X^:;:iX:'\',r.l!%.:;X '    ���     '_' g  Just arrived.   And remember, the best place to buy your SHOES is . {|  FOLEY BROS., 1  Dominion Avenue, - - - PHOENIX,  B. C.     g  Tlie Yale-Columbia Lumber Co*  . : LIMITED.  Manufacturers of all-kinds of  Rottgh and Dressed Lvrnhzt, Latlt, Shingles,  Mouldings and Turnings.  Our Present Mill and Yards are Located as Follows:  Nakusp...   ........ mill and vard  Robson.    "     "      "  Rossland...  .   "     "'     "  .YmirJ^^, '.'.....!'. ?.....  Greenwood���Gen'l office���mill and  yards.  Phoenix.  Eholt No. i...  Eholt No. 2   Deadwood... ..  Rock Creek  Lone Lake.  .mill and yard.  HEAD 0FP1CE: TORONTO.  Established i S67.  PAJD-UP-CAPITAL $6,000,000.  [Six Million Dollars.] -    ,  REST. ......... ...".'.. . . -..'. $I,000,obd  President,...... Hon. Geo. A. Gox.  CJeneral Manager. ,'.'[.��� .U. E. Wai.kkr; {  Ass't. Gen'l   Manager.J.H. I'lumm.kk.  This bank has the largest number of...  branches of any bank in Canada, with  agencies at New .York,';-Chicago,.-'New ;  Orleans, Skagway and l^awson City.  - Accounts of Corporations, Merchants.  and Individuals received on- favorable  terms.    '"-: * x '^; ������ ���"���.'-..  Drafts, ComiTiercial Greditsi'1'ravcl-  ers' Credits and Circular Notes issued ;  available in any part of the world.  Approved Notes Discounted; Collec- .'���  tions made.  A_ general Banking  business^transacted.  Greenwood Branch,  D.*. CAMERON,  ; - Ma����itr��.  MINERAL ACT.  CcrlKicalcs ol Improvetnealc  NOTICE.  Tip Top nnd TrlaiiKlc Fraction Mineral Clainis,  xittiate in the Kettle River mining ilivi.iioii i.f  Vale district.  Where Located:���In C.recnwood Camp.  Take notice that I, John V. Ilemenwajv  B�� ntfent for J. V. Ornven, Free Miner's Ccrtiti-  cate No. 14269a, intend, sixtv days from the date  liefiof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements for the pur|>ose of obtaining Crown Grnnts cf the above claims.  And further take notice that action under: section 37, must t>e commenced before the issuance  of such Certificates of Improvements. _(i  Dated this 9th day cf March, 1900.'  27 .   JSO. 1'". IIE.MBNWAV.  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvements.;  NOTICE.     ���  Chancellor Mineral Claim situate in the Kettle* :  rh-er mining division of Yale district.  Where Located:���Greenwood camp..        .  Take notice that I, Janies Morau;iKfee afiner'H-  Certificate Nb.'l!6574,.f>> myself and as agent for  John Mulligan, Free .Miner's Certificate No.  T9557A, intend, sixty days f/om the date hereof,  to apply to the Mining .Recorder for a Certificate  of Improvements, for fhe purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant cfthc'nbbve claim.  And further take*noticeUlmt action,'under sec- .  tion 37, must be conimenecd before the issurauce  of snen Certificate cfJmprovements.  Dated this 15th day cf March, 1930.  JAMKSMORAN.  MINERAL ACT.  CURTIFICATK OF IJIPr'oVKMKNTS.  "No. 13,"  Mineral Claim, situate-in-the Rettle .���  Rivt-r Mining Division of Yale District.  Where locoted:   Greenwood Camp.       ���  Take notice that I, James Moran, Free Miner'*  Certificate No. B6574, intend", sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for  a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of  obtaining a'Crowu grant of tlie above claim.  And further, take .-notice that action, uniler  Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate cf'Improvements.  Dated this ?6th day of March, 1903.  30 James Mokax.  We are also prepared to deliver lumber to any mining camp.  Ottr Company is enabled to Supply any order without delay  JULIUS MUELLER, Propp.if.tor.  We arc now prepared  to deliver a fine quality  of Lager Beer.  Patronize home Industry and drink Phoenix Beer.  Cor. Standard Avenue and Banner Street.  PHOENIX, B.C.  0-CKK>-OK><KKH><H><KH>-<  J. HARPER, Proprietor.  O  Bottlers of all kinds of Carbonated waters.  Sole agents for "Halcyon water.  Boundary agents for Nelson Brewery.  All orders promptly attended to.  o  Standard Avenue, near Banner Street,  PHOENIX, B. C  * " "sull be self-supporti  ��g-  ��� ���t-  ��  ��� ������-  :*  it  �����>���  It  ��������-  ���-���-  ������������  It  Fine Custom  Has opened up a Choice Line of Imported mid Bomv-stic  Goods, which he will make up in the Latest  Style and warranted to fit.  Adjoiniiig Black's Hotel,Rpiniojillve.  =��� Phoenix, B. C.  j:  ���������a  i*  &sO  -���������  ���I--  -���������  t:  !���'  +01  ���  -.�����   ��  mx.  IS WHERE THE MINES AWE.  ���O-���.  o  ���o  r  Residence  Brooklyn Avenue, the residence portion  of Phoenix, is being graded, and the  Water System is being extended to the  property. Snow has been gfonefor some  time, and spring comes at least a month  sooner than in any other portion of  Phoenix. Terms to suit those intending  to build.  Notice.  Notice ia hereby given that an application will*  be made to the Legislative Assembly of the Province of British Columbia at its ntxt session, fur  an Act. to incorporate n Company with power to  construct/equip, maintain, and operate telephone  and telegraph lines within and throughout the  Province cfllritish Columbia, and to construct,  erect, aud maintain such ana so many poles and  other works and devices as the Company deem  necessary for making, completing, supporting,  using,-wonting", operating and  maintaining the  ��tcm of communication by telephone and tele-  ana to open or breatc up any part or part*.  _iiid highways or streets as often as tlie  said Cnffauauy, its agents, otricars or workmen  think proper^ and fjr the purposes cf the under- .  taking to purchase, acquire, or lease, and hold  aud sell and dispose of lauds, buildings or tenements within the limits aforesaid, and to purchase  or lease, for any term of years, any telephone or  telegraph line established, or to be established;  in British Columbia, connected, or to be connected  with the line which the Company may construct*  and to amalgamate with or-lease,.its line or lines,  or any portion or portions thereof, to any company posseting, as proprietor,, any line of telephones or telegraph communication connecting, or to be connected, with the said Company's  line or lines, and to borrow money for the pur-  poses of tlie Company, aud to pledge or mortgage  any cf the Company's assets For that purpose,,  and to receive bonuses or privileges from any  person or body corporate, aud with all other  usual, necessary or incidental rights, powers or  privileges as. may be necessary or incidental  to the attainment ofthe above objects, or any ul.  them.  Dated this 15th dav of December, 1899,  ���J. R. Knows,  Solicitor for the Applicants.  LET  G.W.  TELL YOU THE REST.  Don't-Leave the city until you see him.  ��^  -0���  o-  ^o  Notice of Assignment.  Pursuant to "Creditors Trust Deeds Act" and  amending acts, notice is hereby given that Ira  Westley Black, cf the town cf Phoenix, in the  Province cf British Columbia, hotelkeeper, has  by deed, be ring date the eighteenth day of April,  A. D., 1900, assigned all his personal estate,  credits and effects, which may be seized and sold  under execution, and all his real estate, to George  W. Rombcrger. of the said town of Phoenix, in  the Province of British Columbia, real estate  dealer, in trust, for thc purpose cf paying and  satisfying, ratably aud proportionately and without preference or priority, the creditors of. the  said Ira^ Westley Black, their just debts.  The said deed was executed by the said Ira  Westley Black, thc assignor, and said George \V.  Rumberger, tlie trustee, on the eighteenth aay cf  April,  A. D., 1900.  All creditors naviug claims against the said Ira  Westley Black are required to file their claims  with the said trustee, George W. Rumberger, duly  proved, as provided by the act. In default ofthe  said trustee receiving "satisfactory proof thereof,  any creditor is liable to have his claim barred.  And f.irther take notice that a meeting of the  said creditors will he held at the offices of Messrs-  Caylcy ft Cochrane, solicitors for the trustee Martin's Block, Dominion avenue. Phoenix, B. C- on  (���riday, the eleventh May, A.I). 1900, at the hour  of fbifr o'clock in the afternoon.  Dated at Phoenix, this 19th day of April, A. D.,  1900.  GI'ORGK W. RUMKKKGKR.  TRU6T15K.  CAV1.KV & COCHKANK,  SOLICITORS. 2S  Notice.  Take Notice, that the partnership heretofure  existing betweeen Gtorgie Dorsey and ICdward  Simpson, as hotelkeepersat Phoenix, B.C., under  ih.i firm name of Simpsun te Dorsey, is hereby  dissolved. r,  Dated at Phoenix, It C, the 20th day of April,  in jo.  MRS. GKORGIK DORSKY,  HI)WARD SIMPSON.  Witness:  R. B. Kr.RR. 2$  The LOO CABIN  CQaoo��0ee����coG9oo3i!iao9��e$i��u'<��oo��a��ce��eocoaai90ooaoeoo'.>e  Mrs. i.arson has opened  a Laundry- in die Loy  Caliin I loU'l, and is prepared to do all kinds ol  Laundry work in first class-  order.    A tiial solicited.  Dominion Avenue,  : .   KKX.t-C'-Wfili  '   ������'������&*  'x-:n^Wm  ������Mtespj  ��� x'Wiwm  ���j ��� Wm��,  ' Wmm  ���   mw  :������-.���' ������ W^SSf  ^xWMT'  ���' xxtMl  ������:--'.'--->.ts#i  mm  mm  x^xxmrn  ���'xxx-:-:\jMm  ������;,; xx^M  0x'$$m  \l'0^f(jm  Pi  Wi5��  ���;. .���.-,���:;;.;-.��,<������.   '"���' '.6-'X,-t^:i."v  .)���,���- ������UA''*W---;r-i  xxx^m%  .'���':���.���&&  :''.-!.^VS"'  ��� rivvis^X':  ������umn  XX-ti:  mi  ���������-.) I  Below tu:i:ier Street.  I     1     '  1 �� +  ��i-n r\ ���  > >  1 1 "1  -, i  1     It  .1 aw*?^^  H��gf^,^sm^u<p^r>mt^V<n^^'twrmtA'�� ffWW'i"H'  P��i  ���'<$  K*  $W  Sv-^  Wm  l^tSJ  m  i  mi  THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  lie Of05.Ill  JUST .-RECEIVED' A STOCK  Or L.VIE.ST   DI-SIONS IN  WALLPAPER  An* CONfECHS.SBB��.;  , .���'���'���       *..'     -'.-'..   .. ���. ,L  '���'������������*.��� #  Al��) �� oiwaptoe.. &��*'����**". J&st^wy,f  iMfjKfe itetes:, fiif&s-Wf #*d 'jK'eiai'aca ';���' l|  ?JO��il*IGSr .*J!M*.  Real Estate and Mines.  ���Agent faftlw, Pfenix Assurance'Co., cjf &mdcin, f;ii$#����j'  ���i TIm Western Ak.uwmw Go., ef Tos-eato,  ,-,Th�� Ikuiah AiMttrica ���. Asssrsnise Co.,  <a? Sfosflstes  The Mutml 2>.ife liiwirjuicij tC��.i'��if He* Wck<&;  ,  W*& -Cfcean Acpi'sAm* sjsuil &y#��iwto.c &wp&wtazi*<j,}  '���'SU&fd'* $fa.VS jQJ*ecr.JtoawdwaV-Cw. cs?,irJietf< SKeatft.  !sb!IM& ;'$$g@i$o$ ;ffe ��!UPri||S^ifci  on SSeacS*?.:' ,.        ������'������'��� v; j.|  ,..���'���'  ��w��jw?i <Sfcj��.��&* .ffljaMtiS? 1W��8��?|/^|  SJ�� Site CCUHWji.  C��EB�� ffij!)  '*;,  ���'''���'.  "V  v   v\  lJ '  ,  tit  , - J��:fe Kiagsmill teWseWsS  &om �� trip to SUpubUc.  J. Ikirfe Haw, ��vnnager 'of the Vktaru  feotel, wiatad'RcasIafltftKis ��sw&. ���  MitcWl, ��te uiks-, is ��howir��g si fine  line "��t..*pring antf sowinaer isuoiwigK.  Freighting froen Greenwood to 1'hoa-  niu vill soon \tt a thing ot' the )*Mt.  (.J. Arthur Rctidell, the merchant osf  Khojt, via in Phoenix on Wednesday.  D. iJockuiadw h making good \vo-  gress in his contract far ��ood cutting  on the Gold Drop property.  E. C. Keith has several desirable  office* and living rooms to rent, in a  hard finished  building, cheap.  The general merchants in  town report a  considerable  im|>rovement  in  , business ia the last two weeks.  J. I). Seats, father of Manager Sears,  of the I. X. L. Store, who resides in  Grand Forks, *��s in town Tuesday.  Supper far the Foresters' ball Mow-  cloy night will be given at the Union  Hotel, Grah&is fk Pi-eadcrgaat, Props.  'Illis week *tta Wowser received two  sni]M��enijr of flae stationery direct Irom  the Makers. Jtoing along your orders.  Dr. W. T. Hoyes,'physician for the  Columbia & Western railway, with  headquarters at 'Trail, was iu town  Wednesday.   ���    'V':  Mrs. Win. Delahay'has opened a  dresenwricmg eateblishiweist, ow Dotwin-  ioM avenue; a^iposkse Manadel k: Muvr-  1^-iy's stffbte. '*  M. U. Fliflt. toFworty erf Phoenix,  is ��<w priaperitefr' ca" tflw Wojelj'North-  apa ait Ehekt; wheaxe ko hnd.iir^Qpening  letM JnstHijjl*. ��� ' ' :!-j{,?";'jJ'    ' ���  F. J&imis & O/ one sot-tirtg "ready  Jfer 'waton ATO*bsr.. ^estordfly Man-  flger SwiHjSt jutt ft 'Hilfi'iyeKitof in the  frhmwK' waTket._ ,- ��� '. ,;;^  ' A'iraVniDer ���*f:'t^n>Uii' r*6v dssr bwy  ^boBJM^ tatti��e$ f^Vttes wHv 'covnpres-  s0T"h��B6B te bo kullt'at this mouth of  the Kfi'ob 'Hill itH'iinol. '"-  (irand <Fdnk�� o^o��cts'to_*eHd a base  baH toaai to Midway cna^the ^Queen's'  Kirthday. Tke GneoiMvaod brass band  will ate�� ]sa iw asttSBdanaa.   " '      , ,  '���<���.;, VA." 11. 'M'cKay St��H��dv0'n aprospect-  iwg trip Tliwrsday with Me lasothar-in-  kw, NBr." MwthesoB. They aie now  wear Uoavertea, OT 'tte^ West-lork ol"  Kettle r-ivor.        '  Foramens iP. ji. Dirtwody, ��f the Old  Ir.QMsides, wiM apan bisks 'today for  hauling leoo oer-ds ��f ws>od trom'the  Victoria claim' ���&> iAiq >Old Ironsides  shaft house No.' i. '  When you wawt the krest bath obtainable in tihe 3]8oi'indary go to the  Maine Shaving Parlon, Wm. J. Cramer, Prop.- \Vhiskers .pushed in with  neatness and dispatch.  J. B. JJoyle had ��n explosion in his  store Wednesday.    It was a [>etroleum  ,stove,  but-there-wavS fortunately no*  aniiiMwanarswitfnri  =n^s=^==��=r  & TilDon have,'vanished i��p  tt^cfr two-story.building oik Dominica  avenue in good style,; and it -''is -now  one of tlve ornaments of thcvstreet.  Tl>e Butte hotel posted up the result  of the rewnds last night, in' tlte Cof-  brtt-Jeflfries prize fight, Whkh " was  taking piace juBt as the 'Pioneer tvas  joJug to juress.  Tl>e Ladies Aid Association of the  Presbyterian church will give a social at  the schoolhouse next Wednesday evening. Refreshments will be served and  a cordial invitation is extended to all,  especially young men.  James Riordan, secretary of Phoenix  Miners' Union, started Thursday to  attend as delegate the annual meeting  of the Western Federation of Miners,  which will be held at Denver, Colo.,  beginning next Monday.  ...  Thc large Old Ironside's bunk house  is now an ornament to that part of  town ��ince it was painted. The Ironsides shaft house No. 2 has also been  painted. Both are the result of (he  artistic brush work, of Nash &r Co.  Paul Johnson, manager of the Mother  Lode smelter, at Greenwood, has gone  to New York, whence he sails for  France to take in the Paris e.\]X)sitioii.  On his return Mr. Johnson-will go to  Sweden and bring his family to British  Columbia,  ��SWB8a8i> IKUTTM5 iRMBR. TRAMWAY ACT.  'ffirarU &S TtfMiJ Also Wants Better Fire Pro-  . taction. ���  At a'meeting of the Phoenix.Board  of,Trade, held last Monday evening, it  was decided, on motion of Messrs.  UToiey and Keith, to endorse the Kettle River Tramway act, and that thc  special committee of 15, appointed by  the council last week, to wait on Premier Mai tin and Candidate Cm lis,  should be continued, to wait on Candidate Mackintosh, ��� and 'secure his  pledge along the s.ame lines.  After considerable discussion in regard to better fire protection, the board  decided to organize a volunteer fire  brigade. A committee of five, consisting of Messrs. Foley, Clark, Mc-  Clung, Crawford and Morrin was appointed to look into the matter of  taking measures for improved protection against fire, and was requested to  submit recommendations in a report  to the next meeting.  The subject of better facilities for  putting out fire, aud the taking of precautions against anything of the kind,  was considered by the members present as of the utmost importance, and  the opinion was unanimous that everything possible should be done.  In the absence of. George W. Rumberger, in Rossland, Dr. G. S. Gordon  Constable   Darraugh,   having   been   fil1.^ the chair- '  so authorized by Premier Martin, has' * hue secretary-treasurer wishes to  rented the log building on Standard!"11'the attention oyh^ijiembers to  avenue,   near  Phoenix  street,   for  a I tjie fact th^jioBjw^Wetime to pay in  "    Hello!  '.'.'       .   ���' ' ' ��������� .. '   ' _   ���." . f  Yes, this is the Wynkojop-Stephens Tradiaig �����,  Yes, we have some choice values in  several tk��  I 'Grcksei'les.   Say, .take.a walk down and see us; the torn  I' eoiiifjleteness of pur stock will surprise yau.  ���;i   ���'������; x   Yes, we can supply you ���with JKitclieu .XJieasit* $jg ffc  h right price and in fact everything yoti need iti the ffifai^i^e  J Line.   Donyt forget the place.  j The Wynkoop-Stcph^iisi Tradfo  4)  ���^������^������������^^������^���^���������������������^������������������������������^^���^^���^"^^������^���t^^***^^  ii MTinririiiiiria*iug��ttHWBW��fi^  ���-���>-���-  Mrs, Wm, Delahay  Fashionable Bressn aking  Residence, opposite Maudel  & Murphy's livery stable.  Dominion Ave., Phoenix, B. C.  ���-���-���-���  Just Received!  A Case. Lot of  ALARM CLOCKS  BREMNER&CO.  Miller Blk., Pholnix, B. C.  '; The Win. Hamilton MciwtifcicttHring G&mpmiftv  Mining Machinery  police  station  and  office.    It is "now  being altered and two strong cells  be arranged for, in case of  Spooner & Isley, uiwjmetors, have  changed the rfarpAtottht Le Roy hotel  to that of the*Mine'rs' Exchange. The  building has been enlarged and refitted  in.good shape, and an opening will be  had now in a short' time. The house  is located on the corner of Dominion  avenue and Banner street.  .Tom Roderick returned from a  seven weeks' trip to the east last Saturday. While away he visited Spokane,  St. Paul, Chicago, and his old home  near Hamilton, Ontario. James Marshall accompanied him as lar as Ham-,  ilton and then continued on to visit his  mother at Edinburgh, Scotland.  * Karvey Brainerd, son of Thos. C.  Brainerd, president of the Gold Drop  Mining Co.. Ltd., armed in camp  Wednesday, and will spend the summer with Resident Manager Easton, at  the Gold Drop   mine.    Mr.  Brainerd  the msarn-ty'diies of $1.00.    He  at the Pioneer office.  can  Foresters' Ball Next Monday.  Court Cimeron No. 3396, Independent Order of Foresters', Phoenix, has  decided to give a Foresters' ball next  Monday evening, at Miners' IJnioni  hall. The following is the comn"~  on arrangements: L. C. Crawford  E. W. Thompson, Dr. G. S. Gordon,  W. B. Willcbx, Robert Banford and  M. L. Foley. The committee has secured the best of music for the occasion, and invites all friends to attend  and have a good time in the mazy,  before the weather grows too warm.  On account of this dance, the Phoenix  Miners' Union has decided not to giv  a ball until some time next month.  This is the first ball of the kind given  in town and will, doubtless be well  patronized.  .  The   Metropolitan  (formerly the Columbia Hotel)  RUSSELL BROS., Props.  0000  First-class from top to bottom. Finest liquors and cigars.  Come in and try our new pool table and look over the  Mineral Exhibit.  OOOO  Corner Dominion Ave. and Phoznix St.,    Phoenix, B. C.  BUILDING  AND PRICES Struck-by & Cyclone.  $$��*<*  m  FEED���.v.GRAIN,  OATS, ETC.  M Warehouse Standard Ave.  MOUJSD  PfceeiifJS, ft. C  THE I. X  Foley Bros, have received a new lot  of straw hats, felt hats, stiff hats  and  ... . . all other kinds o��� head gear  for men.  is now taking a course m mining cngi-1 Take a ]ook at them>  neering at McGill university, Montreal,  damage done, as Dr. Gordon smothered the flames with1 his coat.  Jimmy~Wo6~dsnrGieenwood, and'  A. ]). McDonald," of Grand Forks,  will have a 20-round'go at the Alham-  bra theatre, Greenwood, on the 24th.  Each contestant has posted $100.  , W. L. Ross, formerly of Ross land,  and later of Grand Forks, arrived in  town Monday, with his outfit of  machinery, and will at once - start a  1 otfling works in connection with t'he  Phoenix Brewery.  n :  ?)������ --  S    "*  r v  '4  iKi  With characteristic generosity, contributions for relief are now pouring in  from all portions of Canada and also  from some parts of the United States,  for last week's terrific fire at Ottawa  ���one of the worst visitations of the  kind ever experienced in Canada.  The damage is placed at $15,000,000  aTid~ab"but~i 276oo~peoi1Ie die homeless.  Notice.  Notice Is hereby gnen that the partnership  heretofore existing between Jas McCreath, William W". IIouc nud C W. Abbott, under the firm  name <f McCreath & Co., at the Butte hotel,  Phoenix, II. C, is thii day dissolved by mutual  consent. The b'isuiess will be continued by, and  bills contracted from this date will be paid by the  said C. W. Abbott  Signed this 17th day cf Apnl, 1000, at Creen-  nood, O. C.  ( jASrKS MtCREATH,  WlUIAM W. HOWR,  C. W. AUIIOTT.  Yesterday the Af. J. Walker stock  was sold to the Phoenix Trading Co.,  and will be moved to the postofrice  store. Next Monday the new concern  will be ready for business.  Charcb Services.  Presuyterian.���Divine service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30 o'clock,  Ironsides   time,   in  the  schoolhouse.  Everbody cordially invited.  Cimeron Court I. G. F.  Cimeron Court, Independent Order  Forresters, meets first and third Wednesdays  of   each   month.     Visiting  brethren are cordially welcomed.  L.C.Ckaw}ord,    J. E. W.Thompson,  Rec.Sec. C. R.  Having purchased the general stock of Dry  Men's Furnishings, Clothing, Boots and Shoes  Wynkoop-Stephens Trading Company, at a  BIG  REDUCTION,  We are prepared to give exceptional values on all goods!  iu stock. Wje would be pleased to welcome all the oldj  patrons, as well as new ones.  We promise you courteous treatment  and  goods  at!  right prices.  CHAS. SEARS, Mgr.  OLD IRONSIDES AVE. , .  In the Heart of Famous Gm&mpmd Camp  ���������������-���-*���������������������������<���  The: Gomim* Rossland erf  the Bwradary  ���M-f4-f-f+4-f-f4f>  BUNDLES called for and delivered.  All work is done in first class shape.   White shirts a specialty, j  PAUL F2SCHER, Proprietor.  Cor. First Street and Knob Hill Avenue,   -    Phoenix, B. C  fsCA  To The Ladies of  If you have not yet visited our store, \ ou do not  know what a Complete Stock of Women's Wear we carry.  Almost anything and ever) thing that you need will be  found right here, including the lolloping:  Dress Goods, all colois and latest designs.  Skirx Patterns, black figured.  Ready Made Skirts, in Ducks, Piques and  Crash.  Shirt Waists, Underskirts, Silk and Wool  Hosiery.  Underwear, complete line.  Wrappers in great variety.  Millinery) trimmed and untrimmed.  HouSe Furnishing.-., such as Table Linens,  * Towels, Curtains, Blankets, Eta  Ccrae and look over our stock.    Inspection invited.  McBean's  McBean's  The Men Foi  l?inc line of  Men's Ready Made Suits and Pants.,  the best goods.  Men's Overalls and Jumpeis.  Men's Hats. Caps and Ties.  Dress Shirts and Top Shirts, a large assortment  to  select from.  Celebrated California Underwear, and several other  makes.  Socks that will do your feet good to get into.  Hoots and Shoes.    We carry the  celebrated  Slater  and Ames-Holden makes.  Also Rubber Boots.  In fact, every variety of Men's Furnishings.  Our stock is the best that money can buy,  and   vre  know we can suit you.  ~��-��-��-��-0-0-��-��-��-4>-0-^-0  When you want a meal  that Avill remind you  of your old home,  away back east,  don't forget the  ,    250 Feet from the Brooklyn Plant.      ;  One-Half mile from the Ironsides and Knob Hill mines.  Railroad now being completed passes through the town.  Centre of six of the most prominent mines ion the entire  Boundary, all of which are producers. Plenty of pure water  from lake on the property.  x s  Zl5i  =-rW&  Dominion Ave.,  Phoenix, B. C.  Meals  Served  at All   Hours  DICK LARAH  Proprietor.  - 0-��-��- ��-��-��- <s*-��-��-^��-<��-��  For Prices and Terms, apply to  UIUKM.       iM E. BBfflflif.  ft  I  B.C  ,pf, Pfto*  1��  7  -r-v r���-~  ,)  '1 4

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