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The Phoenix Pioneer May 18, 1901

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Array No mining camp, in the Boundary  in attracting  more   attention   than  ^PHOENIX*,  If you wish to receive the mining  aud general news of this camp aim  Die Jloumlary, subscribe to the  I'ltoii.M*  I'.onki.k   .::,:;::  o-  DuiinE the  year   1900    100 000  TONS or ORE  were shipped from  ^PHOENIX*  I'or the first three months of 1901  over 50,009 ton�� of ore were shipped.or  at the rate of 100,000 torn annually,  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District.  (  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, MAY 18, rooi.  ��SS  No. 27,  JAMES BREEN TALKS  Dominion Copper Co.'s Manager Spent the Week Here.  Me Advantage of  carload Rales  We buy our goods by the carload,  I therefore we can sell goods at a price  that a small merchant can't buy them  at.  Get our bed-rock prices on Groceries. They are not beat anywhere in  the city, or the district.  IS NOT LOOKING FOB ADVERTISING  Townsite Portion ol Holdings Will Soon be  on (he Market���He is More Than Sail*"  fled With Development.  of the management to lay out two  stieets which will'connect with the  streets already laid out in the Old  Ironsides townsite,' and also with those  in the Rumbcrgef^ townsite, thereby  making the connecting link that would  join the whole corporation. Portions  of the surface of the Brooklyn, Stem-  winder, Idaho and Standard claims  will be surveyed for this puipose.  PHOENIX ASSOCIATION  FOOTBALL  CLUB  ���%%'^%'%^'W^VWtV*  Chose  New  List   Tuesday's  just in Carloads of..  LAKE Of THE WOODS HOUR  PURE-fOOP BRAND OF CAWED ���OOIS  ARMOUR'S BAMS AND BACON, Etc., Eft,  Fresh Vegetables and Fruits arriving daily.  HARDWARE  Carload     of    Building  Materials,    Sash     and  Doors, Nails, etc., will arrive this week.  Don't forget our stylish lines of Gent's Furnish-'  ings and Dry Goods. \  niniKKi:  General  Merchants, Old Ironsides Avenue, Phoenix.  Paints  James Breen, general  manager of  (.the Dominion  Copper   Co.,   owning  and operating the Uiooklyn gioup o(  mines in this camp,  arrived  in   town  last Saturday night, to spend  a   week  and note the progress  that  has  been  made thus far, since he took  hold  as  manager last  December.    Mr.   Ilreen  has the tcputaiion  among  newspaper  men of being the haidcst mall  in   the  province to interview, and he himself  says that he is not looking (or any ad  vertising thiough the  press  or  otherwise, but believes in letting the  work  show  for  itself when   the  pioperties  arrive at the shipping stage, and something tangible can  be shown  in  the  way of tonnage.    It is a pity theie are  not more men who, like Mr.  Breen,  do their mining in the ground, instead  of on paper  or   with   their   mouths.  After being  warned  that  Mr.   Breen  would say nothing  the   Pioneer   man  called on him and found  him at  the  Brooklyn engine house, where the new  compressor is now being installed.  More Than Satisfied With Development.  Asked as to how the Brooklyn,  Stcmwinder, Rawhide and Idaho were  showing up since he had taken hold  of the properties for development, Mr.  Breen stated that he was more than  satisfied. In fact the icsult had moic  than equalled his expectations. It  was veiy satisfactory indeed. As is  well known, splendid ore bodies have  been opened up in the Brooklyn, Raw  hide and Stemwinder, and the Idaho  is not fai, if any, behind,  It is the intention of the management to begin shipments some time  this year, when the pioperties being  developed were in a position to maintain an output stcacflly, and when 'acT  dilional railway facilities are afforded,  which would undoubtedly be some  time this year.  Smelter Site Not Settled.  Officers:. al  Meeting.  Tuesday evening the second annual meeting of thei local football club  was held in the \school house. ' A  laige number were present and a  stiong interest was ,shown in the proceedings.  The election of officers resulted as  follows : Hon. president, his worship,  Mayor Rumbeigeij? hon. vice presidents, Thos. Hardy, J. F. Hemen-  ��ay; president, P.;C McArthur; 1st  vice-president, P.'.-XV, Slack; 2nd vice-  piesident, J. T. Lawrence; sec.-treas.,  T, J,. Bucicton; captain, W. X. McDonald; team committee, W. Dunbar,  P. H. Donaldson|nnd the captain;  grounds committee/ Messrs. Cook,  McQueen, McDonald, Dunbar and  Ewing.    . \  The name of the club was changed  from the Old Ironsides Football Club  to the Phoenix" Association Football  Club, and the club uniform was  adopted to be a blue jersey with emblem, a phoenix in giey and white  rising from a flame^fYeci).  Suits have been! ordered and it is  hoped that they' willjbe ready for May  24th, when the teatn expects to play a  match with some neighboring' team.  Grand Forks, Etf,p|t, Phoenix and  Greenwood now have; organizations of  pigskin kickers, and'there is a strong  probability^' of" tb$ r, formation of a  Boundary .league.   "4  LATE NEWS  NOTES  FROM    THE  SEVERAL  CAMPS.  t  Our Mines  Jt Jt AND Jt j��  a I ���Smellers, j i camps, j i  '  Crosscutting at the roo-foot level on  the Idaho has been started.  The recent ore find on the Rawhide is said to be one of the best yet  seen in this camp.  A force of six men have resumed  operations on the Humming Bird, on  the north fork of Kettle river.  ��� The daily output of the Mother  Lode mine, in Deadwood camp, is  now stated to be between 350 and 400  tons.  Jim Trevonow, foreman of the  Snowshoe, says it is harder to find  ban en rock in that mine than to find  good ore.    He should know.  Up to last Saturday night the  Granby smelter at Grand Forks, had  treated a total of 140,692 tons of oie,  since it was blown in last August.  It is reported that N. J. Tregear,  who has been superintendent ol the  Winnipeg mine for several months,  has resigned, to take effect June   1st.  Some interesting developments are  expected in connection with the  Athelstan within the next lew days,  and also in connection with the  Golden Crown.  R3Y AND DURELLE WERE ACQUITTED.  The Winnipeg sent out a car of ore  this week to the Granby smelter, and  another will probably go out today.  This is the first shipment from this  mine this year.  -We have passed into stock a full line of  Paints and Oils, put up in every size. These paints  are manufactured by the British America Paint Co.,  and are"guaranteed to be the best obtainable. Getting  them direct from the manufacturers we can quote  the lowest possible price.  ooooooooooooo ooooooo oqpoooooooooooooooooooooo  rv t O      We have the-  Remember  That we can supply  your little needs in HARDWARE, as well as the large  ones. During the spring  houseclcaning there arc many  little things you will need.  We have them all.. Hat and  Coat hooks, Shelf brackets,  flue stoppers, window screens,  etc., etc  New  Re-acting  Washer  This is positively the easiest  running machine on the market. Instead of the hardworking lever it has a fly  wheel, which turns so easily a  child can operate it.  000000000000000000000 00000000000000 0000000000  Still sets the pace. You can always .'',/.���  be . sure that you , are buying your  Groceries right when you get them  here. We give birr customers the  benefit of careful buying in the best  markets." Get our prices before  placing any order.  We unquestionably lead ��V the Hardware and Grocery business. No order .is too small to command our careful  attention. O  oooocoooooocoo ooooooboooo 00000000000000000000  DOMINION and OLD IRONSIDES AVE,  B9E  Mr. Bieen stated that the location  of the site  for  the   500-ton   smelter,  which the Dominion Copper Co.   will  build foi the reduction  of their  own  01 es, had not yet been   definitely  settled, but i; would be in a  shoit  time.  Several sites were now tinder  consid  eration, and a selection would be made  before   long   and   the  active work of  construction started this summer.   ' As  to   whether   it   would   be a  custom  smelter, Mr. Breen did not think   that  theie was much custom 01 e to be  obtained in the Boundary, as large pioperties must have their  own   reduction  works.    However, he expected to  get  considerable   ore   tonnage! from  the  mines at Republic,  and   the  smeltei  would be located   with   that   end   in  view.    It is expected that   it   will   be  built at some   point   on   the   Kettle  river, on this side of the line.  V., V. & E. In Phoenix.  Last Satuiday Chief Engineer Kennedy, of the V.,   V.  &   E.   surveying  party, was in Phoenix in  consultation  with Mr. Bieen in regard to the  company's  opeiations  in    Phoenix.     As  Mann, McKenzie & Co.,   with  J.   J.  Hill, are the owners of the V.,   V.   <S:  E. chattel, it goes without saying that  they will undoubtedly  build  to  their  own mines in Phoenix, to secure  the  ore tonnage of the Brooklyn   group.  Preliminary lines   have  been   run   to  Phoenix from both Carson  and   Midway, but it has not yet  been  decided  which route will be   taken   advantage  of.    The   track   can   be brought in  either way, and it would be a  simple  matter to reach the Knob  Hill  niine  also with a  switchback   if   necessary.  At any.rate,, it is. a settled  thing that j  the line will he  built  this year,  and  the depot will probable be located  on  the Idaho flat.  Another Water and Light Proposition.  At last Wednesday's meeting of the  city council all members were present  except Alderman jj>Roy. Solicitor  HeistcrnVen of Grarld Forks, was permitted to address the council, and requested to meet ' the members in  caucus the next day^' for the purpose  of submitting a water and light proposition.  The request was acceded to..  Contractor Stewart, was authorized  to-lay. tbe.sidewnlk><tB&thel.ivest-side of  First street, instead of on the east side,  as originally intended. The change  was made at the suggestion of Mr.  Graves, who said that the construction of his brick building would be  likely to destroy the sidewalk if laid  now on the east side of the street.  The finance committee reported  favorably on a'number of bills, to the  extent of $135.85, which were ordered  paid.    *  Municipal Rate By-Law No. 15  was read a second time and passed.  Motrin, Thompson & Co. weie  granted permission to remove the  sidewalk in front of their old store on  Dominion avenue, foi the purpose of  moving the structure to the rear and  building a new one.  The council adjourned to meet the  next evening at eight o'clock.  .Thursday afternoon the council met  Mr. Heisterman in caucus, and at the  evening session the same day thepiop-  osition was formally leceived. Mr.  Heisterman renresents lay P. Graves,  A. C. Flumerfelt and W. Y. Williams,  and the council seems disposed to  meet the gentlemen if terms can be  an an^ed.  The Mountain View, Blue Bell and  J. S., adjoining properties in Summit  camp, and which,also adjoin theB. C.  mine, have recently been examined by  capitalists from Iionwood, Mich., with  with a view to purchasing.  E. Jacobs, mining editor of the  Greenwood Miner, has prepaied an  interesting review of the several camps  of the Boundary, showing in detail the  amount of work done on each prominent claim. It is brim full of statistics and figures. <���  This week the two 60-foot smoke-  skacks.for .the^iiddjtiooal ,_compressor-  for the Brooklyn were raised to place,  making five at that mine. The bricking in of the two 80-horse power  boilers was completed Tuesday, and  woid has been received that the large  hoists have been shipped and may be  expected any day. Coal will be used  as fuel for the new compressor, and  coal bunkers have been constructed at  the mine.  Stool Trial at Vernon Assizes for Unlawful  Assembly. ,-  47Last Wednesday the' case of the  Crown vs. Roy and DuRelle came up  for trial at the assizes at Vernon, by  all odds the most inconvenient place  in the distiict Tto reach from the  Boundary. The unnecessary expense  to the government and to those interested in the case in reaching that  point must have been, close to a  thousand dollars, as each one of, the  defendants had two or more witnesses,  besides several for the prosecution.  R. B. Kerr, solicitor for the defendants, left with Messrs. Roy and  DuRelle on Monday's train, and are  expected to return today. J. L.  Parker, Constable Darraugh, J. P.  Chenier, Rev. J. A. Millar and other  witnesses were also there. Particulars  in regard to the trial are not obtainable, but a telegram was received here  Thursday saying that both of the defendants were acquitted.  Last week's Vernon News gives the  following as the list of the'grand  jurors that were summoned to atsend  the assize court: A. C. Carew, G. A.  Hankey, E. I. Tronson, J. \V. Gardom,  Thos. Ellis, "A. Schubert, Thos. Wood,  Arch. McDonald, E. S. V. McClin-  tock, C. B. L. Lefroy, John Thompson, John Crane and R. S. Pelly.  CAPITAL IS ��2511.(11)0  liiil  New Snowshoe Co, Registered in London.  EARL OF CHESTERFIELD IS CHAIBMAN  To Take Over Soowikoe Groan la this Camp-  Oae ��f the Director! of Baak of Eaglaad  la laterestedV  New Business Block  for  Dominion Avenue.  In a few days Morrin, Thompson  & Co. will ask for bids for the construction of the new business block  which they intend to .erect on Dominion avenue, adjoining the postoftice,  where their old building' now stands.  The old building will be raised and  removed to the rear end; of the lot,  and will be used as a warehouse The  new structure will be 25x50 feet in  size, and will be two stories in height.  Two Big Men In Phoenix.  Monday there were two big men  visiting in Phoenix. They were John  Kirkup, gold commissioner at Ross-  land, weighing 260 pounds, and Provincial Constable Dinsmoie, of Grand  Forks, weighing 265 pounds. Alter  breakfast the next day they took a  constitutional by sauntering down to  Greenwood. Mr. Kirkup was here in  connection with the settling up of  matters in connection with the building of the White's . Camp trail, com  pleted last fall.  Mr. Dinsmore, who is also road  superintendent, for this section, has  modified the details of the contract  for the construction of the new wagon  road to be built from Phoenix to  Summit camp, and has extended the  time for the receipt of bids for same  to the 21.st inst., as will be noticed by  advertisement in this issue of the  Pioneer. He expects to have the  work under way .some time early in  June.  Completed About June 1st  W, S. Macy & Co., who will  have  charge of the new dining rooms being  fitted  up in  the Granby apartment  house, expect that the place  will   be  completed and ready for occupancy  about June   1st.     Smith  Bros., the  contractors, have been at work on the  basement of the large   building foi  several  days,   and   are "pushing the  tiansformation as rapidly as possible..  When the alterations  are completed  theie will be seating accommodation  for nearly 200 men at one time, more  than double that now  in  use at  the  company's Old Ironsides hotel.     The  changes are being made because of  the expected  inciease of the force of  men  to  be employed by the Miner-  Graves   syndicate   here in  the near  future.  In addition to this an additional  building will be erected in the rear of  the Granby, to be used as a wash and  dry room by the men,-which   will also  be fitted up especially for the purpose.  j-����.������ _ L. ���'���������   >     �� --*���> -    ,.-*-.���  Tennis Club Election.* ",     v* "'  Thuisday evening a meeting of the  Phoenix Tennis Club was held at the  schoolhouse, and the following officers  elected : President, G. W. Rumber-  gcr; vice piesident, W. R. Williams;  secretary, M. S. Aldam; treasurer, J.  F. Hemenway; executive committee,  'Messrs. Smith, Blunt, King, Bouchei  and Gordon. Twocourtswill.be laid  out just west of the Old Ironsides  hotel and put in first-class shape, the  committee in charge being Messrs.  lioucher, Smith, and Blunt.  Midway and Vernon Charter Granted.  James Kerr and Robert Wood returned to Greenwood from Victoria  on Monday's tiain. They were successful in their mission to obtain a  charter for the Midway & Vernon  lailway, carrying a subsidy of -$4,000  per mile for 140 miles. Mr. Kerr  stated that the surveys and locations  would be immediately proceeded with,  and that by fall the actual building  would be commenced. The road  starts from Vernon, following south  down the Okanagan valley to Mission  creek, thence making a. loop to its  head, where the head waters of the  west fork of the Kettle river are met;  thence following the. meanderings to  its junction with the Kettle liver and  on east down the river to Midway.  HOTEL  ARRIVALS.  Location for Large Machinery Plant.  It has been practically decided that  the large permanent plant for the operation of the Brooklyn, ��� Stemwinder  and Idaho will be located on the  Idaho ground, oil the flat, below where  tlie present Idaho hoist is situated.  The compressor now being, installed  at the Brooklyn shaft house, together  with the plants now in use, will answer  for development purposes for the time  being, but when the properties begin  to ship steadily to the company's own  smelter, it is expected that a machinery plant commensurate with the plans  of the management of the  will be installed.  Platting the Brooklyn.  John A. Coryell, P. L. S., arrived  in town Thursday, and is now busily  engaged in platting the portion of the  Dominion Copper Go's ground, lying  between the upper and lower 'parts ot  the town. Two streets will be laid out,  arid as soon as the details are completed the property will be placed on  the market.  a  second  the Knob  company  Will Plat Townslie at Once.  Mr. Breen stated that the directors  of the company had decided to plat a  ixirtion of the ground held by them  without further delay, and, that it  would be placed on the market as  soon as it is surveyed into town lots  and the necessary: formalities gone  through with.   It was the. expectation  A Second "flfory Hole.'  Work has been started on  "glory hole" or open cut on  Hill claim, at a point where the wagon  road to the mine crosses  the railway  spur tb the Knob Hill ore bins.    It is  the intention of the  management  to  run the track right into this  cut,   and  transfer the ore directly into the  cars,  thereby saving considerable handling.  The   entire   hill   consists of a good  quality of shipping ore, and it will be  quarried out and sent to  the  smelter.  It has a known depth of .it  least  400  feet, and extends the full length, of the!  claim.  Pioneer in Its New Home.  For some days past the Pioneer has  been getting settled in its new home,  erected especially for this paper on  Aetna avenue. The new quarters are  light, airy and centrally located, and  arranged particularly for the use of  the Pioneer. At the same time a  Campbell cylinder press was installed  in the mechanical department, and  the stock of printers' stationery largely  augmented. This was done to keep  pace with the demands of the times.  The many friends of the Pioneer are  invited to call and make themselves  at home. The latch stiing always  hangs on the outside.  At the KNOB HIM. ��� Harry Shnfer, Grand  Forks; II. J. Pratt, Rosslnnd; A. McQueen, Martin Durford, \V. A. Ilarkin, Grand Forks; J. N.  Henderson, Vancouver; Miss Mclntyre, G. II.  Collin., Greenwood; A. M. Fullcrton, Victoria;  J. J, Johnson, Toronto; C. K.Williams, Greenwood; J. W. I.cnthorn, Montreal; Mrs. Merser,  Rossland; J. Thurston, Toronto; J. F. Irwin,  Vancouver;'A. J. Lawrence, Montreal; J.R. Med-  cuf, Oshawa, Ont.^Daipel Watson, Republic.  At the VICTORIA���R.l'lewman, Rossland; W.  Iv. Segsworth, Greenwood: John McDonald,. B.C  Mine; John A. Manly, Grand Forks; James II.  Kennedy, v., v. & K.; J. Kirkup, Rossland; I. A  Dinsmore, Grand Forks; J. K. Billings, Rossland;  K.J. Moflatt, Greenwood; \V, G. MacKcuzie.Van-  couver; J. V. Mc.Martiu, Montreal; J. F.Thompson, Vancouver; M. R. Radcliffe, Rossland; John  Robinson, Rossland: 11. C, Herman, Grand  Forks ; l\ A. Bell, Nelson: \V. lj. Drake, Vancouver;   W.K.Angus, Toronto.  A few days ago there was registered  in London a corporation called the  Snowshoe Mines, Ltd., formed for the  purpose of taking over the Snowshoe  group of mines in this camp. The  capital of the new company is placed  at ,��250,000.  The flotation of a new company on  the London market is not of itself  such a remarkable thing, as many  such have been formed there for the  purpose of operating in British Columbia. But few companies have the  good fortune to be started under such  favorable auspices as that about to  take hold of and develop the Snow-  shoe group.  For the last two years this group  has been operated by the British  Columbia (Rossland and Slocan) Syndicate, Ltd., of which Mr.  George S. -  Waterlow is chairman and Anthony  J. McMillan managing director.   Be-,"  fore floating the property on' the London market these gentlemen  decided  ���  to develop the mine to the stage where  they felt absolutely certain, that they  had a property that they could recommend   with   confidence.    This   they  have done, and have proved that they  have on�� of the most promising mines  in the Boundary district.      1  In accordance with the plans which  Mr. Waterlow spoke of when in Phoenix last summer, the new. corporation  has been formed,'and has some of the '  best men in the English capital interested in it.    The Earl of Chesterfield,  a member of the House of Lords,  has  consented to act as chairman,  and  a  number   of   city men of prominence  have also become associated  in the   ,  undertaking, .including   Mt.    H?nv. "  nibridv,'"bne*of''tne"dife^  of England.    These gentlemen in ' ad-"  ditiqn to Mr. Waterlow himself,  who  is also wealthy, insure the new syndicate being one of  the very strongest  combinations   of   English   capitalists  now working in the British  Columbia  mining districts.  Further details in regard to the  new company are not yet at hand, but \,  the, claims acquired are some of the  best known in the Boundary country,  being adjacent to the city of Phoenix.  The development has been carried on  systematically and with the best of  icsults under the foremanship of J.  H. Trevorrow. During the last six  months the amount of development  done has doubled, and from an ore  standpoint the property has steadily  continued to improve. It is equipped  with a good development plant, but  this is to be largely augmented in the  near future. The Snowshoe Mines,  Ltd., have acquired what is admittedly a good mining property, and the  gentlemen now becoming interested  will probably not have occasion to regret their connection with it.  STRATHCONA   MAN   HONORED.  Monday will be voting day at the  city clerk's office, on the water works  $20,000 loan by law. The polls will  be open from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m., and  City Clerk McMillan has been appointed returning officer.  Lieutenant Leckle Presented With  a Handsome Gold Watch.  At the Greenwood Auditorium  Monday night Lieutenant Jack Leckie,  of the Strathcona Horse, was a guest  at a public reception and smoker. He  was the recipient of a handsome gold  watch, appropriately engraved, and a  chain as a token of the citizens' appreciation of his distinguished services.  In making the presentation   Mayor  Dr. R. W.  Jakes  told   them   an   unknown story of how   Leckie  obtained  his D. S. O.    He was selected by the  colonel with six other men  to  undertake a dangerous part in  reconnoiter-  ing  in  connection  with, the  British  prisoners   then   quartered  at   Noitge-  tach, Eastern Transvaal.   His mission  was extremely difficult and   hazardous  but it was  successfully  accomplished  after two days' hard work.     The  undertaking led to some. favorable  criticism on the part of the  imperial  officers, General   Buller  himself personally   thanking  the  lieutenant.     After  the war,   for  this  act, Lord   Roberts,  acting  on  Bullet's    recommendation,  conferred the I). S. O.  Leckie has made application to the  Ottawa military authorities for permission to raise a mounted infantry  corps in the Boundary. The application has received the approval of the  minister of militia, and if the plans  are carried out Greenwood will be  made a recruiting station for this  district.  Rossland's chief of police has been  running objectionable characters out  of town, and some of them came to  Phoenix. This week our chief of police treated them to a dose of the same  medicine, and blue papers were not  scarce.  mB^mm����WiMiaW����MW^ THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  ..,. .~.������,.....^r,..^���  r*f>ytt����-��^'��'��^t^tJ*TTTTTTvr7 .wwttttt ��� ��� ��� 11 ��� ������������������������+-f?T  |TlieGa  '������'CawYAl;;^ f^jv';   R^x $2,600,666.  HON. CEO. A..C0]��.Pf��U<tat. ^''; V ���"���B.. BV WALKER,1 General Muugw. ������,;���,,'  HUM  'li 'J ;ii: 'a." a''/ a  A ''a :!*,Ji.' 'i. ,'i,"a'li:'i: a'''jJ.- 'Ja'-a "' i'.' 'ial'^ -' *"*���'�����   *   a   *   �����'���.�� A X A 1" '!A l'j: a' A' V  A" a ,*   1 J,  1  1   i  f'TVTTTfTTTT, * TT". ���. T.Ti T T T. T T. TT< f 9 tftt TTTt ��� 'f.TJTTTT ttytTTT ���  jtg$#|��fg;K^^ pf$4;��pb:neir/n^  JV'iv      -  '"S'--'    i'^V"5    'X"''V''". :��� I'i''j LV.-���   '..'.li.' ���  " - ���''      '     ' ' '.' ���    ���'���   ���",'''  ..     .  ������'.���jsli >'.'  -'��� '   '<- "i -   .'." ���*  membersquibbled and quarrelled over  iti(and finally nb-action^wias; taken' in  regard to it. ; itishaurdly;likely ; that  work  will v be "started '911 the through  iin&this'iyjeatf^  extensive and: rich ; territory;: through  which the new line ijvould/;be; t��ullti.  transjioriation accommodations arranged lor on business lines mining  always pays���if you have the ore body  carrying values above the certain  limit. Until you determine the exr  tent of the ore body and its average  values you are not mining, but simply  pr6s|)ecting���-Northwest Mining News.  ,;Notice to the Public.  I have opened a; shoeshop in the  Morrison-Anderson, block; and atn  ready to do all kinds of repairing and  new;work ; in ��� iny line at reasonable  prices, i A^specialtyof: miners' boots  and ��� shoes! /Give njea call.:   ;  '-.;i;t'j.::';.I''"ir,b,pRT;MALANDRINr.;>':.;  PhdenixviLaundryJVaughan Sh HcInnis,  The Pioneer  ssttammmmBmsusmammmimawummmemsz  ��� .Notlceie hereby glveti lliaVit the"next sitting  oflhc Licence Commissioners Tor the City ot  I'hoemxv I intend to, apply tor a transter to  John Burgess of the licence wnlchil hold to  sell Hqor by rcuiil in theHotel Union, Phoenix,  .>.c."?.:'.-'- <���-..;:�����;../..��� ���'���,������������;���. ���'������-���- :���;.������-;���.������ ���-���  Dated the 8th-day of April, loot.  ,:     ,   'V  ,'.��S ���.''.'.     ^>;M;.; '������-,'-., Joskwi . H. Graham. '  _i_J. T. LAWRENCE, Pkopriktor.^���  we give SPECIAL RATES to Fami- | anddelivered prompt-  lies and Hotels on Blankets, Curtains, 5, ly to every part of  E^^r<;vii2^vwe'':have:'''di(t best of Vthe city:  Send your  ,\':;:'.'���*^v;;",BKST OF WORK GUARANTKKD.,.','. y^&li.JPHONK NoVjoV';;,^;];,-. ; r^y-  Dominion; Avenue, Adjoining ,Butte; Hotel,r;     :'      -:   Phoenix, B.C.  years ago.; There was|a very.;gei  sentiment in'.fnvor^oifr/Ith^  buir.:tije^.legi^  reasbhsbest known to themselves; ;*It,  Pri ? Sat  credit;tliat they didjw/'butjthe; major;  j^SAJfi'ribf and tlM^  'i"hevY)roiibsed road'would; ;have been  wecim^get'aibiig; withbuTit'ibr a while!  ...P'tfte^'siKtipnsJ-^lj^  :fprtuna,te^the!sSiti)iIkam^  'staiice.yf: "��� f ;|? '^ *ivj^S;^^v^|^|^  t|:]ji/h'e;.rai{wayfppji^  inient;is\a/ puzzlel'toWie^a*^^  |t|would bbrrow'fiye^miHiSiSvf^  ^aj5subsidje.s7/;b^  ]clize:i:pne^!pf; tH^ver^^ roaii^;;; (<pV ^'yvliicli  i��k|oan"w��sYauth^  TENDERS FOR WAOON .ROAD.  I Leading Hotel of Phoenix |  J    :; ;^.vEve'rythin^  1;]S|?C;;|;BelIs/,Free Samjrie'Rooriis,  Finest   Ligitbrs and  ^^;feCig^^  ;;vf;^^K;;;&r,:;':i;,'^.!:t;;;.;^:;^  [OLDjlkcMlD^^AyENU  Tenders will lie received by ,the; uiiderslgueil  lip ,ti>>Vedne��luy tlteisth day of May, .I9bii for  ihccoiistructlmi nfa wiiRon Toad rroniil'lioenix ..M  .toSmiimlt'City;,;. fvf',;-,, ���'.!..���;. :������������:..;.. .���.,;.;    Q  ;: PIkiw ami Biicc;ficniioiiH' of name can he seen at   ~  4he office of tiir Mining Recorder,Grand iKorks,^,,:^  Mining Recorder ��t ecu wood, and at the office      '  of D. J.   l),irr.iii(th,   finvliichil  Constnh|e ,at  l'hoenlx. ": .'.".���;���,��� '.ft.���.?'.'.������.-;".':';'.',i'.-Vf .:���   ':. '.ii'.';.  .. Roshi.ani), n.'CiiAptil 17th',' ICOI.  .,    ;. .  iiMriOM.'.:-''..., ���:;���'���'��� ���,(,;.:��� :;^':;v: y;, J. Kikkop,  ." :<\' ;���     ���,',������'>'.���:- ���'��� ���'/,;��� ���' Rovrriiment Aecnt.  Theliiiir for receiving tenders for the above 1 , .   . ..  ��a*  Butchers  Of the Camp.  We handle all Kinds of Beef, Pork, Mutton and Veal.  iW Also Fish, Poultry and Oysters in season.  tour Tirade Solicited.   Our Prices Are Right.  Old Iw>iisidcs Ave.       PHOENIX, B.C.  Self's   Livery^ Fee<J  and Sale  WMjMH. *& Stables <��  >    ; ; ;  A i;;'     HARRY' BELL, Proprietor.    , ."  J* Good Saddle,  Pack and Driving Horses.   Heavy Draying. jt  ;���!;'; i '���'.!,;;';; Charges Reasonable.  ���,;V::#;^>KNOH HILL A\^15, I'HOENIX, II. C.  ~ PHOENIX  MARKET.  ^.clr."'y'X'AV/V'X AJL/V.';;'; ,1^, V^l^r.%��. ;:*;i^l'l^X.V>��^':V;y", ��� ���;.V; ^.';~HEAl) .OFKICr. TOR IIOUNIMKY CRKKK,C1RKKNW0  .������::':^:>il\.J<';'';J:;, i'v;'*-;;;,,;;'v i/'-v',:^       ������>���.;'7^yf.'^.U:':;;;:^;''.;^'v.,������>;'': .���',. .^; ;��":.' .:!.:l^;.'';S.':.,'v:..;;/;'Vl      hkaoquari'Krs, nklhon^ 11, c.  kes Two Round Tri^ ^^ Whftlowl^ ;nfi Dphil M  Goveriinieiil Agent. ?f  acid Greenwood;  .\Vritefor.,j>ricK;;b^ ,,..-....v.������...,.���....,... ,...���.r..,- ...,.-..,., ���.,,.,          ;5;;;Leayes3|(|reenwopd|a^^  ,   7 Siddle|;!Blahkets, ]; Cihchas  :;^i:S?a?hd'narheSS;:;;.Prices'the^  MSG!?SMlTHf?^raiid; Forks  art  :Piek^;Boir^Hj  y;|iere^is|in^cli'a^e;^^  I Green  tiiNORtH-END OF FIRST  ''(^'.^''���^^ ix^ci-^'''^!^^'i\B;0^--i)^i%  '���%<&���$.  ifiliSii  i)^!j;t'REfe;fe^BRlDGE.^y  ;rhe;;Fin^%|i(|liad mWinjes^c^j^  ;':;;L>:E;!5;Meaaiher^  ���'Mif'j  /Lf    5.,*, MiwwersonjtheiKettleiriver^itTOCascade  v   ;-  'g^bemgith��:;'flnestspovv,eir|.mWe|Bpunr;:  tt S'darv^^heliilirsl^amea?^OhcerhiShas;  gwulBtTlisii-see^Acil^twoKtstory*1; school  house, the only general hospital in the  fBVQu'n'da'r^i:bhe'oij;twb^new  a^brickiblockj Std;? s'ayS hothirigitof a  :)mn|rb���r^f'tw^ndvthr^  .;btisi^sfb16'cksfan:d?malny^  ��jlMsJFi|^a^.j^Uil|^  ^Kere|he^ij:|he|jp^  !||'sep|his:|oli^  n'q'jgss  Vsm-kMrng;,  R. LOR AH, Proprietor.  jiS&J5)^   ^ 1   ^^sequ^tly|mus��'s^hd?br;:fa^  %,    (\;s     ilpllplpllpiill^i; ^EpiiSS Luftitea Stated  !j4 14 J;PMS^rgi|^T,^^^o^nd^     ^r-fc'ghuoK-sh'bui^  I ^ |"H $5*$!?!^ Wiid-Aiuinaidppver;tpijoiii;;him^oii  <^- ^ - ^-^^wps^riaitn^nre'stiir  *1     ** f l^ae^iopirigMiterlp^w^r'^frn'fln^  ,Verribri''?News.':.  ;v T11K3 DEUBKR - hAMI'DENiVljEAtoS^i  '���$y����i'nV'K&&'9th^  ^^^..v^   l^iSSiitltiie^'estab  1 ���AVe: buy~d ire$;1rp^  ||||i|rwniroi'Siii ffj'i%ef w  ;|s^|tirder^wit.h''a^arge;.stpck^  ���^!^,K"!!!'y^'f!^^Kit't^  HF.Al) Omcr. TOR IIOUNIMRV CRKKK, ORKKNWOOl), B. C.  ilKADQUAKl'KKS, KKLSON,' il, C.  .... Wholesale d Mi M\ llercbasts.  J       iMarketS; at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,  ��� , ���;  SilyertohV New Denver, Ymir, Salmo, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  ��� ;       Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Niagara and Phoenix.  !#ISH, {OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON  .J.f'!60-i/':,!o^v-':'.';i;-, AH orders receive prompt attention.  PHYSICIAN  *|;;;^^re|(cnries and expects pure medicine and exact  y|l||||^eig|i| and measure. - These you will,always  ll^llpg^at^r store.       "   ' '  ||piOF^IX^B;G*l|  'b'u11tTari'd^iiewiyTr*%.i^SK  :,: J ':il'/:.;class^Bar@v,|||  ?^&'N;vri^.;.wp!-i6l;4^  DRUGGIST.  &GG.  r "Wehave alarge'stbck^liouglit  > before the rise and can., quote  ��   " pf p ; cl��se prices. Quotations given  tf    L*ll/. on- straight or mixed cars.  i  '; ,^t^  ?;.-Vii%;.';V  S  ^bm|^xj)ress|^biip^f^  |Oj |f|:^Ghoice|;wir^  Ifjjjllparll^^  '"'M ;|pie|Mar^^;Lea|;Fo|^^  !6S!jMMiDll^^|ip^  i^OfficeK  '; ."Standard :  sW;'AV<iiiie :���''���'  Chas. A. MeCIfing & Co.  V. & N.  Telephone j6.  m  mWruk lip (oqug;. W.  SjSif   R. GREIGER Manaefer.  AGENTS3F0R Pabst Beer  Complete line of Jlar Supplies.  ...  GREENWOOD, B. C.. j.  SLINN iV^cGAGUE,  PROPPIETORS.  V. & N. Phone, No. 48.  Ililllillil  Bread, Cakes, Pies, Etc., Fresh Daily.  l||0^|^|i^bWri0N, PHOENIX, B. C. Free Pelivkrv  WfPP  IVisjgjSS^^II/Miq-.li^iit^  IFORMHE* WHOLE SIMILK^MEENi^ Situated in Camo Hedlcv  close to the  '^^i^^^^m^msi^^ camp. p      yvtkm *  The Townsite Company will sell 40 of  - t^^^^fe^^te^;--*0^? P^ICE. Your choice for $25 cash and  ^Mm$mm^Mtp��^$*yV*& om be given any time upon pay-  "W^^^^^^01^^$^ in tW0 raonths' ^ iu fourmoJths  H;^andj^50;m six^ inonths.; ,;T corner.  ^MW^^Mi^^^^f^^^is an Investment and no SptcuMioZ  ^i^J^^^^^^A^i^^ the main w^on road "Alocation  %}mi<*��*ee d#m?Sra,^^^ half way; between Keremos and Princeton and  ���jVainpngihe^connngjniinesliii-British Columbia. rnnceron,  ana  ;;:|Sv;;Fpr lurilieri particulars aj.  '  m  m  t  -ri  -  h *���*  E1  ���a THE PHOENfX PIONEER.  OLD  RONSIDES  TOWNSITE  LOTS  SPECIAL*.  FOR SALE~$ 1,500 will purchase an improved Knob Hill Ave. property, centrally  located.  $4,000 will buy a very central property, returning 4 per cent interest on investment.  FOR SALE���A pair of choice corner lots on  Knob Hill Ave. cheap, and centrally  located,  $250 each for lots on Ironsides Division; building conditions.  Residence Lots for $150 and $17011 easy terms.  Building Loans at an early date. Fire insurance written.  J. E. MILLS, Agent,  V; & N. TKr,. Si. MOttKISON-ANDKRSON III.K FIKS.T ST., I'lIOliNIX.  Corrtf poiidence Solicited.   Visitor* in city are cordially invited to  call and inspect properties.  AND  OTHER   CITY   PROPERTY  FOR   SALE  . ���   ��rS  ��� V          ��.'  ���   4  - *"H  '    'Jk  ~^r|  f|j  ���. u  '1  ;'l  > ' ~>l  ,'\'<h  ���>t&  '���<&  J. E. MII;1L>S, Agent  Ms  ftp  It tfte  1  '.'   $  '    .  ��� '��'  ���  '   t;i  itffi  I  '��� *'S  ,     r  ,   ,��H  n J  .-.H)  <  ,,,.*(  1  "i  j  tes  *%  .,'"'''~  ��� �����  Q+4++^4++4++++++*++++++++OQt1.4-4.4.+.H~H4+  THE BUTTE,  C. W. ABBOTT, Proprietor.  1 "pHIR popular resort  f -l ha* lieeti refitted,  I rofurnislied mid thor-  (oughly overhauled  throughout, and fur-  nlahed Willi all tlic  modern hotel conven-  , ieucea. Local and Lonjf  DUtBiict Telephone  connection with the  ofncr-aint la headquarters for Stage and Railway traffic; and every  attention l��   given to  1 the comfort and con-  f veiileuce   of natron*.  2 The hotel lias been en- ��  * lnrgrd hy the additlnn I  A of fifteen nicely fur- k  f_ni��hed rooms, f  The Best Apjiointed and Equipped  Hostlery in the Boundary,  WINES, LIQUORS, and CIGARS.  IMPORTED and DOMESTIC.  I BIG POWER PUNTS  And More Will be Installed  Before Long.  Tfe<   Public    PitroMtc  Respectfully Solicited-  Comfortable Sample  j* Rooms for j*  Comnercial Traveler!  UP-TO-DATE MUSIC HALL.  We aim to pleime our present large trade and  deserve more.  Dominion Avk.,    PHOENIX, B. C.  YALE mm CO. IS ONE OF THEM  events in a mining way are looking  forward to a large increase in the development work to be done in the  Boundary, and think that there will be  an increasing demand for power. And  it certainly appears as though they  were justified in their belief.  HarnccMd Water the Agency Now Aeilillnj la  Siieceitfiiiiy Solvlnr the Low tirade ore  ProMim of (he Boundary.  RAILWAY NOTES.  It is announced  that Sir  Van Horne intends paying a  )����������������������-������������������"��������������  ���00044++*+*-m**-f+<M"f*+r-+-<  ....HOTEL BROOKLYN....  (formerly the Metropolitan.)  High class wines, liquors and cigars always in stock,  venient sample room for Commercial Men.  vclass Cafe in connection.  Con-  First-  HUP HIE McGUIRE. Prop  CALIFORNIA   WINE  , ,������rDEALERS IN   CO.,  ���  Fine Wines and   ^   ���*  the  Choicest of Ggars  Agents for Calgary  Beer.        ���  NELSON, B. C  PALACE   LIVERY   STABLE  Stage and Transfer Line,  PHOENIX,        .,-. - - B. C.  Stage lcavcs_l,hoenix  wood   Leaves Greenwood....  for  Green-  . .8 a. m.  10 a.  m.  Leaves Phoenix    1 p. m.  Leaves Greenwood   4 p. m.  Best turnouts in the Boundary.   Horses well suited for  long drives: COLLINS & HcQILLIS, Props.  00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000  the Lion Bottling Works  GREENWOOD and PHOENIX, B. C.   SOLE AGENTS FOR THE���  Lion Brewing Co.  Of Rossland, the - Largest Brewery in Britinh Columbia.  ���GENERAL   EXPORT  AGENTS   Blue Label *���L���  Setters  Natural   Mineral Wate  Wiesbaden, Gekmanv.  :* JAS. McCREATH & CO.. Props.  OOOOOC<)O0OOOOOOOOOOO0OCX>OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  Even when the Boundary mining  district was in its infancy, so to speak,  it was generally acknowledged that to  treat the gigantic bodies of low grade  ores, local treatment at a minimum cost  was an essential, to secure even a fair  margin of profit. Of course this was  out of the question until! railway transportation was furnished, and no one  attempted it until the inilway was  built. Then the subject was taken up  by capitalists, and it Das been successfully giappled with. The fuse concern to do this was the Cranby Co.,  who have , improved something like  1,200 horse power on the North Fork  of the Kettle river just above Grand  Forks, and are not only able to supply  all the power needed by their own  smelter, but supply the city of Grand  Forks as well.  This, however, is but one enterprise  in this section. Others are getting  ready to do business along the- same  lines, and.before the close of 1901  at least two other lpro-e nlnntc u-jii .Up  under way.  Two woeks ago the Yale Power  Co., Ltd., was incor|>orated with a  capital of $200,000, for the purpose  of improving water power on the Kettle river some seven miles above  Grand Forks. This company, it is  understood, expects to supply the power  needed to run the smelter which the  Dominion Copper Co", will efect of  some point on the Kettle river. This  point, it is also said, will be one convenient to Republic, or where the sili-  cious ores of that camp can be brought  with little expense, when the railway  connections with Republic are completed.  It goes without saying that the great  bulk of the ores of iioundaiy will not  stand high transportation chaiges, and  so must be reduced neai the mines.  For that reason three smelters have  already been built in this section, and  at least one more is certain to be  erected in the near future���by the  Dominion Copper Co. The Yale  Power Co., which is expected to afford  power to the latter enterprise, of which  James Breen is the moving spirit and  manager, also expects to furnish power  to other concerns which may need it.  It is thought that the Granby Co.,  with the needs it will have on acount  of the enlargements now under way  and lurther contemplated, will need  all the power it has available,  Two Other Concern* in (be Field.  In addition to these concerns two  others will soon be in the field to supply power in the Boundary. One of  these, The Kettle River Power Co.,  the successor of the Cascade  Water,  William  visit to  Manitoba  and  Biit'ish  Columbia in  June. .   '  George Coiwland, superintendent  of the Kaslo & Slocfin railway, died at  Sen'tle a few days ago of heart  failure, ���-  C. P. R. stock has advanced to  117^ in Wall stieet, and as a result  many Montrealers and Canadians are  thousands of dollars richer. A tremendous amount of stock has gone to  New York in response to the bulge.  The C. P. R. passenger department  is issuing a very neat ''shooting and  fishing" map, which'will be of great  interest to sportsmen. The map is a  large one of the Dominion and folds  into a small sixe, which caii easily be  carried in the pocket. The choice  spots where game of all' kinds are to  be had are indicated.  He Wanted the Whole Thing.  It is related that a Seattle Klon-  dyke company telegraphed a man of  wealth in the cast as follows: "Have  incorporated for $100,000. profits  will be .jii25,000 monthly. How  much stock do you what?" The answer came back promptly: ''Will  take it all; pay for me out of first  month's profits and send mc check."  D. J. MATHESON,  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  Scaled hldH ate hciehy cnllcdfor, for the con-  Htructlou of the Phoenix General Hospital, in  accordance tiilli tlie pin lis mid specification* to  lie seen at the office of the srcrelaiy on ami after  the 15 th of May. Such tendcis will be received  up to la M., May |8th,  \V. K, \Vll.MA>tK,  Scc'y I'.G, II.  Phoenix, II.C. May Blh iqoi.  JNhURANCE AGKNI,  KIRK,- UVK, ACCIDENT.'  OommlHKloiier for taking: Alflrtav'ifV,'  PHOENiij;, B.1  11 rat 1  ���A NICK LINK OV���  Silver, Sllverine and  Gold Filled Cases  They are hcnulles, Call and nee them.  :  Corporation of the Citv j  HENDERSON,  of Phoenix.  BY-LAW NO. 17.  Ooml��lM Estimate*.  A dispatch from Ottawa states that  the    supplementary    estimates   just  brought down are in  all 'over eight  millions,    The following items are for  British  Columbia:      Nelson   public  building,  $15,000;   .Rossland  public  building,   $10,000;   Williams   Head  public   building,   quarantine station,  $21,250;' Nanaimo   public building,  $1,700; Vancouver drill hall, $ro,ooo;  New   Westminster   publje    building,  $2,500;   Vancouver   public building,  alterations on the ground   floor, $600;  Alberni-Clayoquot     telegraph     line,  $6,500; telephone connection between  Vancouver   Island   and   Salt  Spring  Island, $1,550; steamers for fisheries  for British   Columbia,  $50,000;   Anderson and, Kenny lakes, clearing putt's, $2,500; Nanaimo harbor, $5,000;  Victoria  harbor, $io,ooo: - Williams  Head quarantine station,  $1,000; Esquimau graving dock, $1,200; Columbia river narrows, between Upper and  Lower Arrow Lakes, $15,000; Duncan  river    improvements,    $1,000;    new-  dredging plant for  British  Columbia,  $18,500;   dredge  vessels  repairs, for  British Columbia, $50,000.    There is  also $120,000 for the reception of the  Duke and Duchess of York.  Revenue Collections.  The inland revenue collections at  the Greenwood office during the  month of April amounted to $863.95,  and customs duty collections to $2,-  493.41. The collections in both de-  pal tments for the tour months ending  April 30th totalled $18,744.76, as  follows:  Januaty f 1.5*3-51 *i,98o6o $ 3.304.11  Febiuary  1,-87,56 6,309,08 8,09664  March   1,841.56 2,24509 40S665  April ,    S6395 2,49341 3-3W-36  Total $18,774.^6  d. w.- Mcdonald  Job Work Promptly Attended to.  .Phoenix street (Back ofroatofflce.) V. & N. Phone Wo. 44.  Plumbing  ommmmmmaoBB  &Tjnning:  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.  ��  ������������Painter, Decorator and Paper Hanger  Office and shop:  Phoenix Street.  Sign-Painting.on short notice.  Prompt attention to all orders   ���1  Knob Hill Cafe  o  'Opp.  This popular restaurant is now under the management of Harry Odams, one of the best known caterers  in the Boundary.   He solicits your patronage.  Eastern Townships  Bank, First   Street.  Fouer and light Co,, being financed  by the London and B. C. Goldfields  (one of the most successful English  corporations operating in this pi evince,) has already done a large amount  of woiJc in harnessing the falls ot the  Kettle river at Cascade. Here a dam  37 feet high has been constructed,  and is some 400 feet long* there having been spent some $40,000 already  at this point. Work has been in pro-  press on this enterprise for a couple of  years, and it will be in a position to  furriish power for the mines of the  Boundary when, wanted. In fact, a  light of way for a double pole electric  line has been cut out from Cascade to  Phoenix for several months.  The other large concern that may  cut some figure in furnishing power in  the Boundary is the West Kooteliay  Power Ca, the plant of which is  located at Bonnington Falls, on the  Kootenay river, 13 miles from Nelson.  This company is already supplying the  power for the Rossland mines, the  Trail smelter .and the city of Rossland,  and has expressed the intention of  running a line into the Boundary in  the near future.   .  In order to meet the demands made  upon it for power, the Bonnington  Falls concern is now, increasing its  power from 7,000 to, 14,000 horse  power. Rossland is distant about 40  miles from this plant, the Boundary is  more than double that distance. This,  however, does not deter them, as in  California electric energy is, transmitted over 160 miles with a loss of  only 10 per cent jn the power available, This can bli done in the . Boundary as well as in California,  From the foregoing it will be noted  that those in touch with the trend of  They Attract Customers.  The newspaper advertisements of  an establishment not only attract customers who might otherwise go elsewhere, but they create wants, says an  exchange. Persons who have never  used a particular article are often induced to purchase it by seeing it well  advertised. The importance of newspaper advertising in stimulating sales  and manufacturers has never been  fully appreciated, but it is undeniably  great.  Subjects for Sermons.  The inconsistencies of Jack Brown,  by Smith Certis.  Loyalty to the C. P. R., with musical selections, by Joseph Martin.  How to disagree with Joe, by Hon.  Mr. Dunsmuir, solo by D. M. Eberts.  How to draw up a railway bill, by  Hon. D. M. Eberts, with amendments  by Smith Curtis.  The way to orate, both for and  against, with superb illustrations, by  Mr. Mclnnis,  ��� The way of a flopper, by the "chief"  of the opposition, with a step dance  by the noble three.���Vancouver World.  Must Keep It up.  The time can never come when a  business establishment having on sale  a commodity which has a permanent  value will have ho further need of advertising. A. new public is always, in  process of being formed, and the enterprise of competitors is continually  reaching out for the people's custom.  To increase his patronage, or even to  hold his own, the business man must  keep himself before the ��� public; and  must use at least as much newspaper  space, as do his rivals.���Vancouver  World.  Whereas, it In necessary to. raise tlie sum ol  $10,000 to provide for the construction, operation  and maintenance of o si-mem of waterworks  w thin the municipality of the City of Phoenix,  and 1o purchase or otherwise acquire waltr  rights, privileges and such supplies, material  and equipment at may from time to time be  deemed ncce-wary for fire protection, as the  Municipal Councifniay by resolution or resolutions determine to be expedient, and for tliepur-  pose of liquidating the purchase price of the  charter, and all other property, rial and personal  ofthe Phoenix Waterworks Coinpanv, Limited;  and  Whereas, it is necessary for the purposes aforesaid that the city should raise by way of debentures, 'a loan of $20,000, rep-iyable on the  ;stday ofjuly, 1921, with interest 111 the mean-  lime payable half yearly at the rate of six (6) per  cent per annum ; such loan, when raised, to be  applied for the purposes aforesaid ; und  Whereas, Tortile payment of the said debentures, sinking fund, and interest, it will be  necessary to raise the sum of $1,900 by special  rate in each and every year; and  ��� Whereas, for the purpose of raising the said  yearly sum of$i ,900. an equal special rate on the  dollar will be required; and  Whereas, the whole rateable land, improvements and real property of the Gtj of Phoenix,  according to the Inst revised assessment roll, is  $225,450 ; and  Whereas, the city has no existing debenture  debt.  Now, therefore, the Municipal Council of the  Corporation of the City of Phoenix, enacts as  follows .  1. This bylaw may be cited for all purposes as  "Waterworks T.oau Uy-law No. xy."  2. ]���*.��- the purposes"ufoiesaid it shall be lawful  lor the mayor ofthe City of Phoenix to raise by  way of loan, from any persons, bodv or bodies  corporate, who mav be willmar to advance the  same 011 the credit ofthe debentures he jmafter  mentioned, the sum of $30,000, and trtJset he  -same to be pa-d into the hands c{ the ticasurer  ofthe City of I'hocuix, for the purposes afore-  said, and with the ob/ects hereinbefore recited.  ���-3. It shall be lawful for the mayor localise anv  number of dcbentuirs to be made, not exceeding  in the whole the sum of $20,000, for any sum of  monev not less than $100, as may be required,  and allsuch debentures shall he signet! by the  mayor, countersigned by the clerk of the  municipal council, and scaled with the seal ofthe  corporation,  4. The said debentures shall be made payable  in twenty years from the day hereinafter mentioned for this by-Inw to tnke eflfect, .u such bank  in the City ofl'hoemx or elsewhere, as the council nuiy b> resolution direct.  5 The said debentures shall have coupons attached for the payment of interest at the rate of  six percent per annum on the amount of "-aid  debentures, and such interest shall be payable  half-jearly 011 the 1st day of Deceinhei mid the  1st day of June 111 inch and ei ery year.  6. A special rate on Hie dollar shall be f  levied and raised in each and eiery vear in addition to all other rates, on all the rn'leiible laud,  improvements and real propertvoftheCity, sufficient to pay the interest 011 the amount ofthe  said debentures, and to cieate a sinking fund lor  the pa.Miieut of the debt herein- created  when the same shall become due.  7. Itshnll be lawful for the corporation to purchase fi 0111 time to time any of tlie said debentures, at such price or prices as may be niiitunllv  agreed upon, and all debentures so repurchased  shall forthwith becancelled and no reissue of  any debenture or debentures, shall  be made in consequence of anj such repurchase.  8. The sum of$t,20o shall be raised annually  for the pa.Miient of interest on tlie amount oftn'e  debt incurred hereunder, during the currency of  the debentures hereby authoi i/ed to be isiuecf.  9 Thesiini of $700 slnll be raised annuallv b\  special rale upon all rateable propeitv m"the  city, for the payment ofthe debt heiebv incurred.  10. This by-law shall take effect and come into  force 011 the 1st dayof June, 1901. \  ii. This by-law shall, before the final passing  thereof, recei\e the assent ofthe etcctois ofthe  Corpoiatiou, in the manner piesoribcd by the  "Municipal Clauses Act," and amending acts.  Take nolicc that the above is a true copj ofthe  pro|iosed b}-Iaw upon winch the vote of the  municipality will be taken at the citv oflic,  I'liocinx, Ii. C,on Monday, the 50th <laj "of Mav,  1901, between the hours oYS a. in. and 4 p. m.  D    MCMILLAN,  City Clerk.  I  T��K   JI'.WKLKK.  Souvenir Spoons always in stock.  '?-���-+-���-���  ���   ���  ���   ��  Phoenix: Bakery  C. W. GREKR, Prop.  Phoenix  Street,  Opp. P.  O.  Bread Delivered Daily to all  parts of the City.  When we say we make good Bread  we are only repeating the words of  our many customers. To tlie stranger  we say, Try it and be convinced.  VIHS, CAKKS, COOKIES, DOUGHNUTS, Htc, always 011 hand.  EASTERN  Townships Bank.  ESTABLISHED 1859.  CAPITAL   -    -   ���   -    $2,000,000  RESERVE FUND   -   -    $900,000  BOARD OP DIRECTORS:  R. W. Hknukkr, President, Hoy. M. H. Coch-  ���bank, Vice-Pres, Israel Wood, 1, 8. Mitchell,  G. Stevens,  J. N. Galer, N. W.TFtomus, C. H.  Kiithau, II. B, Brown, Q, C, '  II��AD OFI'ICH, KHKRBROOKK, P. Q.  Wit, - I'arwkli.,  Ceu'l  Mgr.,  Jan. Mackinuon,   Assistant Gen'I Mgr,  H. KrxiKi.r.,   Local Mgr.  S. H. Morrv, Inspector of nmnches.  IIRANCHKS.  In Province of Quebec-  Waterloo, W. I, llrigg*, Manager.  Hock Island, S. Stevens, Manager..  CowatMville, II. I'. Williams, Mgr.  Coatlcook, II. Austin, Manager.  Richmond, W. L. Ball,      "  Granby, W. II. Robinson,"  Bedford, K. W, Morgan,   "  Magog, K. P. Olivier, "       .  St. Iiyneinthe, J. Lafrtml)o''c, ��Jgr.  Huntingdon, V,. N :tobinao i,Mgr.  Ortustowii, W. II. Hargravt, Acting Mgr.  In Provjnceof Britisli Columbia���  I Grand Forks, Win. Srler, Mgr - >   .     .  Phoenix, Mgr '  Agents in Montreal, Bank of Montreal; London. Kng., National Bank of Scotland; Boston,, >  National Exchange Bank: New Vork, National  Park Bank.  Collections made at all accessible points.  Drafts issued for any required amounts, good at  all points in Canada, U. S. and Europe. Fx-  chauge 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 toto 13.  light Express in Connection  V. & N PHONE, 53.  DAN   BURNS  GENERAL  �� BLACKSMITHING AND  REPAIR SHOP  a?  HORSESHOEING o A o SPECIALTY  Dominion Ave.,    PHOENIX  l- W. B. OLSON s  CONTRACTOR  and   BUILDER  PLANS and ESTIMATES FURNISHED  ��� KELOWNA:  1'HONi:, V. A. X.   JI.  PHOENIX  iivcmA. ��t;  Mwmwmmmm.  CIGARS.  o   o  UNION MADE  AUDITOR and ACCOUNTANT  F. A. FRINGS.  Late  of the (inn of Waidcll S:  Co., (Expert Accts ), N. Y. Citj,  Tel: V,���& N.36..,. PHOENIX, B.C.  Phoenix Lodge No. 28,  Knights of Pythias.  Meets every Tuesday night  at 730 p m.,  Miners' Union  Hall.  Visiting brethren welcune.  C. A McClung, K. R. S.  J. A. O.AHK, C. C.  B. KERR,  Barrister and Solicitor"  notary' public.  PHOENIX, B.C.  PRACTICAL HOUSE and SIGN  PAINTERS, DECORATORS, ETC.  Phoxe: Columbia 35.  Phoenix and .  Greenwood, B.C.  p,N4DIANo  Vl>AClFfC W  Direct Route to All Points  EAST and  WEST  Via SOO LINE,  St. Paul, Chicago and   United  States  Points.  FIRST-CLASS SLEEPERS  DINING CARS  TOURIST CARS  ALDHAH & BLUNT,  Mink Surveyors,-  and Draughtsmen.  V. & N. 'Phone, No. 70. I'HOENIX, B.  A. SCOTT,  Contractor and Builder.  Estimates Furnished.'  PHOENIX, B.  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaranteed.    Imported Goods.  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES MADE TO  ORDER.  PRACTICAL    MINERS'  AND   PROSPECTORS' SHOES   A  SPECIALTY.  Corner Phoenix St. and Brooklyn Ave.  Through  Bookings   to    and  from England, the Continent,  Australia  and Japan. ,  ��  For Time-tables,  rates  and   full information  call on or address nearest local agent, or  O. W. Dey, EJ.Covle,.  Agent, A.G.P.AgL  Phoenix, B. C.   Vancouver, B.C.  J. S. Carter, D. P. A,'.  Nelson, B..C  I. G. Ogden, C. P. R. comptroller,  will pay,his first visit to British Columbia next month, when on his way  to the convention of railway accountants, at Denver, of which he is chairman, ��� ���-."....  H. S. CAVLEY.  W.  B. COCHRANE.  CAYLEY & COCHRANE,  Solicitors, Etc.  PHOENIX, B. C.  D. WHITESIDE,  Barrister & Solicitor,  Graves-Williams Block.  PHOENIX, B. C.  MINERAL  ACT.  Certificates of Improvements. '  NOTICE.  Alma Fractional and Fnirplay Fraction Mineral  Claims. Situate in Grand Eorks 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 as agent for the British Columbia  (Rossland and Slocau) Syndicate, Limited, Free  Miner's certificate No. b 41161, intend 60 days  from the date hereof to apply to the Mining  Recorclei 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 such certificates of Improvements.  Dnted this 26th day January, 1901.  36 T. L. G. ABnoTT.  WINTER SCHEDULE.  Spohdne falls and northern  NELSON '&   FORT   SHEPPARD  RED MOUNTAIN II'Y.  The only all-rail route between all poiuts east,  west, and south to Rossland, Nelson and all intermediate points; connecting at Spokane with  the Great Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R. &  N. Co.  Connects at Nelson with steamer for Kaslo and  all Kootenay Lake points.  Connects at Meyer's Falls with stage daily for  Republic, and connects at Bossburg with stage  daily for Graud Forks and Greenwood.  EFFECTIVE SUNDAY, DUG. 25, 1900.  Leave. Daily Train Arrive.  8:30.1.111 Spokane 6:40 p. m.  11:50a. m JRo-sslaud..... ..3:10 p.m.  7:00 a, m Nelson 7J5 p. m.  Night Train.  9:45 p. m. Spokane 7:00 a. m.  11:00 p. m Rosuland 7:00 a. m.  First class sleepers on night train  H.A.JACKSON,  General Passenger Ageut.  IL P. BROWN, Agent,  1 Rossland, B.C:  .. -J ''��� '  ; pi  1 i>j  '���Zfi  \&M  ; i  '*g  "ill  'w  I  m  n  VI  .V.l  ���!��?  'VISH   I  M  '.'J^.l'-I  W" I  '$���  . 'i i  ygj '  ,f;  a>  '"IT  .!*'���  ,.' <  ������n  ���h  ,'f  ���>$���  !:'���''  4rt  s-  h/f- *ti&&.-��x.-':-y';-A  ��� ������.^ .���.=������-.>  ������-y.,-^ ... ���-,.������-4  THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  nifi.  KTOiift^^^  to sale ofIfeftFoiiigshMS  We hav^ put oijr Larg��  :      marketat less thanflre sale prices.   Call and inspect.  '.'<*&  &&^r$��r$(s��$(ss>����$$^  DRY   GOODS,   BOOTS   AND   SHOES*:  .��  ���i-^i  ^VpLolclmeslai^  .Serges^Onlyv;Ujiipn'help}  pf5  pill  in ^Uiiiiriit'carhiv started east Monday,  tQ;|&siiIii,with: the]' directors; of/the  ..icibi.riikjrauoii';; ���.'���'.Vi''* .v /- "'vi-:1':;'.'^^'' -;.v.-v:-i'V^ -'i-.V^-: ?.-'.'!'.-"i''i  f 'I 'he;May issueLoj/'th'e BritisKGolurn^  bia Miniiig3Rcibra;;coniaijis,;a  celleiit picture; and^sketclf of ;J. ]AVi  Astley^M.iEi;th^ Snowshoe; consult:  ��)g 'Engineer) ^^^���^^^i^p:..-,S'^,  ;; Sojicitpr,SHeistefma^  Forlts^' spent several :days; in town ? this  weekJin TOnnectjpjnwi  lightjproijosition^^w  toihe^oity-cbuhci^  :fi'John[:&:ifati\yfa  whoi it}isfsaidj hasiseyeral smeltei Sites,  drbye0amesv;::Bre^  inbrniriiohtCop|iw  F6r|��:}iast;iSaiurjSay.M^  jGdifnerl^^  ojfj-c.pnst'itmstio^  j^e hbusetwili^postsbveK^  V*;?<#^5ffi-i  dpllarsjwhenlirprj,  .&'��fhVsij^^^  flay^eyemn^  the: benefit of the building fund ofjjthe  church^ There t wasi-i a$ largeVattehd-  ance;;and every one; had; a good i time.  ,'i. Goodi comfortableTbbmsat reasons  able rates, at(Nordenhotel, Dominion  ayeriu&'-'^..;;.^;';;;;^  Parties.'. intending to build can now  make application for loans;through J.  B. Boyle, agent for' the Colonial, Loan  arid In vestment Company. -]::);!���>,  ^Larson,fVVejch and Stewart-liaye  secured the^cohtfacVfpr^buildJng^^the  Ci'P^R-branchJni the/Lardeaucb^  tryiliiidjexi)ect to"have,yit-completed  iii^ thefalL-;'^rhis;;i!i^'tlie firmithat^id  the^yvbrkpf cpnstructib  r'ec'eipts?fpr.1 uinpaicl prpyiricial ��� taVts:ori  iphoeni i^real: ^staij; ��� fcrU  sigiied-.by;fi;?ABR^lS  :gned;Ijy;iC_ _ _  yiwjjthe^pllecfor^and^  ure"iirexchanging;ihem  froinJaiiyj;o ne': i nj^rested^^S^i^;^:^;  'S3iti*n&:Graridll^i#sl^  for the new. brick block, to be erected  ,&ijl/f&jejtf;hf&:;|w&^  iPHb^ni,^^^  ;menj||3sli^  Jy��ra��3pn^&lsq^f^  ]6f|daj)synE&^^  ^aata^wu^^  (^rjfaiicaiff^^  cqnstriM^  j^iW&tfor^^  :Enbenix|thii��|ear||pfc^^  |||^ard|R��t^^  :i|iuidingtfo^wWcK|w  Oomitiitiffijaven^  ^eek3and|w;asi'surprisie cI'afft heisize*bf  '��ka'<'Aiia.hnri��ai<.invtkn��':i��nnn>��M'->'Vv'y:<.,.Vr.''  St/Andrews Presbyterian church gave  f>rie$jfth.y^  :crPvwjed/;^^  :|^ram}th^  |gp��eN^||&^  ;u<��nfaj^^^  'lnJtfei^^  :n'<|^i|fe$p^  ^K|^i^is|^ri|^^  Ifgjitend^- ladie^ Jpf ��th&  ���^thoijetcjiiurch^  ;fid?;^ia|!at;fMm   Impure  andfsimple'lfjT^  .y 'u11le Iiwpilpr. .t 1iree i^lumns^swithbijt  'mone^Jand;Uyithqut|p^  :^.jam'6R?F^^cGlji.jD^  aoqju it i^|a^ti^Nels^^i^^pfi;| tlVe  Ijm'Srde^pfJHsiripyJ^  Vi ri^^ t^kjpjaicict a tj^u til mi &.^nip^; orr t iie  ���Jl]6t^:fo|;^  ;wasaj)!ege4^i^e;}^  ���rr5|minu^^etore^^  cisio^|SS|^|i||||^|*;^  |i'^Wireetngw||iniipi?H  ;ri|ht|i)iiiVb^tj^gi^afe^  l^fpne^wainu^t^i^bjlj^  p|pne;M��aBogaj^|:lii^^  'g^arante^ifla!^  tMu^o^Stc^Green^io^  fiSbe|Ajii^ti;oi^^|H  ;ymflipte!^I^nim^  *ur^bn\tp^Midi^  next*Widay]g3l'he^tJm  ;GrSin^vFOTk'sja;;!8^  :arid g .Grjeeii[wopd^a t|��i p^i;p|a^m|f:;^fe  '^A |gi spejeja) ||^^^pfJ^ne��^?aii^Ss|t  qiwrter|tli^;|i^ularjj^^^  :fqr[ rpji,5j'ij;tri i>|U|J!^^0i^Jfi��^^i||  S^fe p5il-i^? Wl^Mp^toffice i nsj)ectqiv  ^|^ffiSu^rj;Sw^ii)ij|tpw  y'Torithe  Phoeiiixv;t6  -r-v..,--. -r- ....--.-=.���-:  ^-..e.thefollbwT  .inKJatreeta',ih.'theJiBldiaity.!<)ifFh'c��uix,;vWc:>i'r.%i'  ^SDoniinion/Ayeiiuej PhoenixjStreef,^Knob Hilt  Avehue.-Secbiid Street; aiidatetreet to'be laid out  from Phoenix street tb&hoolatreet't and f*r-;���  '^Wherewt^it'bViiec��wurX''farthe'^ur!>p^'Brore-  said that the city ^should raise, by/way of debeh-  tures, a:ibaii of $15,600, repayable oh the i��t;- day  of June,I92r���*vith Interestiutliemeantime'pay-;  vbte'haIfryearIy:;at^Uie'ratev6fiix:{6)-^rl..��eut-'rer''  annum; such loan, when raised, to^be applied for.  thepurpMM,a(bresald::'ahd;S?S;4ri;;:vs,^ .;;';.;���;�� :;vi  ^Vrhereai;:^rur.ythe^'^ymetit;''orUhe^^8ald^i]er  .beritures.-siiikmgfiiud.'andJntereJti'iit^willSbe  .iiieGeaaary/to.nlae^heranmrbr.i$ii4as;:'byj'iipeeial'  tale'jJi:e'acli!aud7eve^:year;;and;^::t;vi.^JVvi',;v-;S'  giWhereasV forthe-.purpbse,'of^^ralsiiigf; the'said  ���yearly siimiofJii4J5,au equal special rate-oh the:  dollar will be.requ(redj"tind ^!\:��iVg"*--&ifi"'':$%&<  5:'.iWliereas;:Athe^^ wliole:;rateable?,landiVfnrprbve-.  ;ments,'-aiidv: real? property ;��� of the City of .Phoe-  GlotHirig way down for cash J  Having just taken over  _ _ a consignment of Boys'  Youth's and Men's Clothing at a great bargain, \ve propose, ito..give you the benefit.  Large stock.rf-Pants at a big;"discount: v^'e are headt|uarters^n Shoesfor^Hoys', Girls',  Youths/ Misses,' Men's,,and Ladies in imported and domestic maxes,; ah.J will run a  SALE FOR 8 DAYS ONLY FROM MAY: loth.    ,:        (,     ;  CHAS. SEARS, Manage*.  ���)  1901.'  1 For the purposes aforesaid, it shall be lawful  for the Mayor of the City of Phoenix to raise byway of loan froui aiiy person or persons, body or  or bodies corporate, who may be will ii g to advance the same 611 the credit of the debeut lire?  hereinafter mentioned; the sum of $15,000,: and  cause the same to be paid into the bauds;, of the  Treasurer of tlieCityof Phoein'x.fdr the purposes  aforesaid,and with.the objects hereinbefore.',', recited,"::: ���'���!���;'..������.' -'l'.;,,'l.'..:, ���������.'.'/:.'������ '7*~;':'-y\'r-.-\~s''\\ -i'\r-:-  3: It shall 1>e lawful for. the Mayor localise any  number of debentures lobe, made, not exceeding in the wholetlicsum of $i5;ooo,r eiicli.de.beii-:  ture to be for any sum of money not less than  $100, as may l>e. required; and all siich debentures  shall be signed by the Mayor, and countersigned  by thecleric of theuiunici pal council. ������' ��� "  ,4. Thesaid4ebe11turcssl1all.be made,.payable  ill twenty'-vears from tlie day hereinafter nitii-  tioned for' this bv-liiw- to lake tfftct, at such  bank in the City of Phoenix or. elsewhere as the  municipal council may by resolution direct. ?V"  5. The said 'debentures shall have couj-ous ��� nt-  taclied for the payment of interest at the rate of  six per cent per antiunion tlie amount of said de.  bcutures,'nud such interest shall be payable  half-yearly on the 1st day tf Dtcember. and the  1st davcf June in'tncli and every year. -     '  6. A'special rate on the dollar snail���.'.be levied  and raised in each and every' J*or, In addition to  all other rates, bit all thcrateable land* improve  ments, and real property ofthe City, sufficient to  pay the iuterest 011 the amount of the sold debentures, and tocrcate a sinking ftiiid for the  payment of the dibt hereby created When the  same.sholl become due.'.--.,:, --���/���  .7. It shall bei, lawlul  for the Corporation to  Kiirchose from time to time any>cfi the said de'  cutures,atsuchpriceorprices as may be:mutually agreed upon, ..and all debentures so re  purchased shall forthwith be cancelled, and iic  reissue of any debenture, or debentures shall be  uiade in consequence of any such purchase. ;  ; 8. Tlie sum of $��ooshall be raised annually,for  thepaymeutof interest oil the amount ..T the  debt incurred hereunder, during the currency ,of  the debentures hereby authorized to be issued. ���;,  '9'The sum of $525 shall be raised annually for  the payment of the debt lierebv incurred. .  r: 10. TliLs bylaw shall take effect and come into  force'on the tstdiryofJniie. 1901. ' '1 ;: -i1  ���������' 11. This by-law shall, before the final" passing  th'-recf. .receive the assent of the electors of  the Corporation, In the manner prescribed by the  ''Municipal Clauses Act".and amending nets.  '��� Take notice that the above, ts a true copy of  thi proposed by-law,: upon which the vole, of  the municipality will be taken at the City Office.  Phoenix, B. C, oil Monday, the 17th day of  May, 1901, between the hours of 8 a. M. and 4 f.  mV:: ��� -,-���;   ���' ';���',.';���'.-���" "' ������ ���:'.���':-''   :;,- '.'���;;: '��������� ':.:>'..;'".'.  ���'-,":.: '1 ���-.'. .-���������,<:, ;:'..:.''-:;:i. D.'McMlI.LAN,''::  :.]���;'.: v /;     : :. /.Clerk of the Municipal Council:  ���ik����  yv&A  .fe|;Fpra:fullj;h'n^:oT^^  ^^^re'i)arat:ipi)s;^r,:5:|;-:  g<$0:; tlie/{l'bi i^:ftSsw|'j::'  r^*<*  '^Sisi^si^ gfe^SSleader::  ^|:vf;;jaRUGGKTS#W:;:(;g  :SgK^S��^^^t,��^;;;3;g3Ji  O-.-:  M  'rit  s-SI'lbiiifs'-Custbmm^  Jj People's C  Morrlsbii-Aiidcrsbu Bibck,'  *vBaIdwiii Blbck;  :';|||A|y^tslies^c^gte  rbtiit:: MOTTb^TBest;:.:Material,v'iThorough1:  .J.-;:;;'Wbrk,'Kntire;SatUiaction..:-:'::::,:C'"';:::::i:.:'  :ii?acNE^?6,;;  .^|5^]^,OT^^:i!fl^^K��^^^*  --Thererore.'theMiiiiicipal':Council::of the'Cbr-  iporatiqri of the City< fPhbeiilx enacts as folloivs:  i^;'.Thbby^a>r:'niaybe'cUedfor'a)i::purp��ies''.'as'  .'.'Street;s Improveriieiits   Loaii   By-law j No. vii6,  Free sample rooms. Heated by hot air  y\  A? J-  1  \  ���mm  v4  ,S.'  '" "'Mi'Sfii���*  >*-f-H-H-*-f-H����--H-4-^  f^Sf  Ifiilpfi  ;i!jl|giip|0����j  ^MlNl.O^#AVENtJfB#  ��EK^S^FUHMISfilNGS  fX-^T  FANGY BELTS and COLLARS  Hm  GLOVES ^ HAM5KERCHIEFS  Wmmmmmmm^mm  S||||lp|ill  8111:  fjJjAVING JUST>|  ;:������/��� opened  up 'for I  iniyseif^ in the Gus-!:|  'ton! Tailoririgilinej��� f  :rml the','J,::Morrisoite;: -  Anderson/ ^Builfi:  :;jiiig:,: Eirst| Street,  [I would be pleased  ������. to : see:; any % many; +  :':^rie:ncl&,; at:;theTnew^;i-  ':;locatiqn.;;-yv:��-:':;:':i:,.i';;'v  ���.'���;^rv'^ilV;,-:irirA;'fiitii:fe|.-:'  |,;'a's ^-in^VJtrie"':;1 jpast^;  guarantee;^the|best  : of Jsatisfaction;   i  , ��� ��� j  i3��*  IN OLD j^NSIDES^  '''���-flJI O F\f\'���'���?'TaHes.';l^Ot aiid; buildingfin:Loweriowri.���-Nets  ::;::',VAO<Jv..:($7^5oiper mpnthiV  .m^pr^^  Foi-a good busing  i ^OtJwV/  pays 35 per^ cent binrioney.:5Thisi^ a winner;  .Sonie choice corners for sale on easy terms in  both  upper and  ;'',:,,.;.::::;:; lower towns.',. '.���::'-''i\:M.\:^ \: ������-,:;-���'���-i-^, '^������^v^;^^-'';i'-.::-'?' i'V'1;. '':������  ? Lofs for; stile on easy terms! in ^'New York" townsite^    ::!  We: transact a geiieiaLBrokerageaiid Insurance Business^^^^^^^^^^^'  >  AlTlLlRlJ&i  ii\GENTS.*;::;  ���;������:-.������.������".���':��� ���'-.OFFICK-:;-.--."..i.  Graves-Williams Block  ilONK  ;:;P.b^Bbi('-3j.:..-'':::-v':'  -*.v.:--i'��,yr**N..,'riione',"si:  ���"���������-('���1 ���,'���'.K";'?:���'.-.���-" '���'���',\.-'''    ��� -���  d.:,'$r<i:z.-  iIli;:;WJGRK^:llVAM^  WILLIAMS  l:BLXDHOEi^-;:j  injiSslrffiDifi-Rc^  ���^m{0-9-  -�����-*-������  Every  |:S\Veh;'pu^ishepv|ahjd.iHeatedf  '^attentiqnfjm  ''^ffl3'*- Domestlr tad '���' lmporle<!  ami ClfiM it..  Stocky  ^|>IS'rRO.|lj.|:;)BE  iTHETOWNOf:  vP-'ffi  -THE i'AY^OLLlCI-rY iOF--  iiirilliiLiiMll  |;^Is shipping as-mu^^^  ;'prpvince^butside;'pf:;Rosslan  *&'-.  i   PHOENlX'hasimore meii at work in  lirbpor'  \pri:; tov her : pppiilatibii '. than : any' town   in the'  -Northwest; :..:v: ;[���.'���'.'!'.'.';- . ���/!��'::"  V:, -PHOENIX has shipped over   18J,obo jtpns of  <Pre;i;since*rAugust ivistj^i^pav;^  ���shipped 220,000 totis in 1900, her' fifth'year/; ;'  We can  : Real,Estate is sure to  advance;  ;you in on thegrouiitJ| floor npw. ; ���  Business and, Residence Lots in all parts of the  city.  /Houses for! rent.; ;'���'        .';:;:' \-'-K  We handle all the standard stocks.--        '    '  For Particulars Regarding Investments^ AddresV  s>  :;li;VBob:.the;TaiId'r:.'^-;^  Phbdiiixy Bv


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