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 ��M  m  w  *  .; More men are wortjii'*. ;���'.  : in die'mines of .'!  I      PHOENIX      j  * Than in all other.Bonn-   '  ; tiary camps combined.     t  ! " "J.  f   1 ho P.n r.i'l oi :  |      PHOENIX       j  : Is larger than that of :  ' any other lloundary J  ���   Camp. :  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District.  Vol. I.  PHOENIX, 15K1T1SHC01.UM15IA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3>"1900...  No. 51.  PLAY EVEN-  sa-.  AT THE  ���WITH THE WEATHER.  ���By Outfitting   STORE  -out of the.  s  .AT THE-  SHIP 180 TONS A WEEK  Record Nov/ Being Made By  , The Athclstan.  PHOENIX LODGE, A. F. AND A.  M.  Chose Firs! Officers Last Tacsfcy-Gracd Ball  ";,-.    Dec. 27.  As per announcement in last week's  Pioneer, the masons of Phoenix met  last Tuesday evening at the old log  school house, for the purpose of'taking  steps to organize a blue lodge. The  attendance was excellent of old roa-  SMELTE8 CONTRACT FOR 1,090 TONS,'SO,1S-  and the following were selected  j as the first officials of'Phoenix lodge,  A. F. and A, M., as.the organization  will be known: Master, F. L. Cock;  Senior Warden, D.W. McDonald; Jun  PROTEST B�� BOARD  Phoenix  Citizens Wire The  Minister cf Public Works.  Force of ZO Men Now Employed���730 Feet of  Development Done-Air Compressor in j ior Warden, Alex fteiiderson  At  .   r-_ ..f -- t '  Smallest ;��; Price!  No Last Year's Stock REMEMBER. Groceries, Granby Rubbers, Overshoes, Etc. Large selection of Ladies,  Childrens' aud Gents' Underwear.  In Silk, Cotton, Wool or Flannel.  Our Crocker}* is now in.   We don't advertise our Groceries; they speak for themselves.  '!Taik is Cheap. -    ���  lint it takes money to buy Whisk i:v."  CALL AND BE CONVINCED. ���  (he Spring.  W. J. Morrison, of Grand Forks,  one of the owners of the-big Morrison-  Anderson block, now being erected in  Phoenix, arrived in town yesterday.  Mr. MoiYson is interested in the  Athelstan mine in Wellington camp,  and gave the Pioneer some interesting details about that steadily shipping  property.  Development on the Atlieistan is  now going on in the drift at the 100-  foot level, while the ore is being sloped'at the 45-foot level. A contract is  now being carried out with the Trail  smelter to furnish i.ooo tons of ore,  and Fisher & Gill, have secured the  contract for hauling the ore to the  Winnipeg spur, a distance of one mile.  A most favorable freight and treatment  rate was secured from the smelter, and  the ore runs in the .neighborhood 'of  $16 per.ton. ;  Shipments from the Athelstan now-  average nearly a car a day, or ido  tons: and upward weekly. Superintendent Oxley now has a force of 20 men,  all told, at work. Thus far development has been done to the extent of  730 feet, and when it reaches a total  of 1,000 feet the C. ':1\ K. has agreed  to put in a spur. In the spring it is  the intention to install an air compressor,'at present all drilling being  done by hand.  PREPARING THE NEW OFFICES  111M1 (0., ii  Old Ironsides Ave., Phoenix, B. C  Wear the  >C-Brand Shoe  and Encourage Union Labor.  JWe aresole agents for these shoes in  Phoenix. They are manufactured by Union  Labor, arid we can with confidence recommend them to  |;Qive Satisfaction.  I Miner-Graves Syndicate Will be in Comfortable Quarters Soon.  This week a force of men was set at  There are comparatively few  mines  ���vorVprciwinV^^^ tlje ore  is  Application for 11Y dispensation to  organize was sent in to the grand lodge  at Victoria, which is expected to arrive in due time.' There'are already a  number of applications for membership, and the new lodge will probably  start off with 25 or'30 members. It  was decided to give a grand ball and  turkey supper 011 St. John's day, December 27th." As 'it is well known that  the masonic fraternity never do things  by halves this will doubtless be one of  the events of the winter iu Phoenix,  and preparations are -already ..being  made for it. The committee in charge  consists of'Messrs. Hardy, McDonald,  Henderson, l.ee, Hemenway, Graham,  Brown and Dey.    -.Y;   ...-,.       "'-  The new masonicjbdge has already  made arrangements to lease,the upper  floor of the iMoriison-Anderson building, now under construction at the corner of Old Ironsides, avenue and First  street, which will be fitted up especially  for its convenience. :, It will make one  of the', best'lodge rooms in the Boundary country  IN REGARD TO WHITE'S CAMP TRAIL  Superintendent Dinsmore Cuts Appropriation  Down to $700, Which Would Leave Trail  in Woods-Dcliy in Beginning Summif  '     Wagon Rosd.    ��� ��� ���     ���'���������]'.  -OCTOBER PUBLIC SCHOOL REPORT,]  At  ARE QUARRYING OUT ORE  Shipping Four Cars Daily From  Knob Hill Surface.  Ore Contains Large Percentage of Irorfand is  Found to be Specially Desirable for Saielt-  ing-Fourteen Men Employed.  -:o:-  FtslI assortment of  OVERSHOES, ETC,  Passed into Stock.  local officials of the Miner-Graves syndicate for occupancy. The large corner store, 24x65 feet, of the.--. Graves-''  AVilliams/. building, .at Old Ironsides  avenue and First street, will lie occupied for this purpose. When the new  offices are ready, in a short time, the old  log building, close to the Old Ironsides  mine, which has been used as headquarters for three or four years, will be  given over for assaying and other purposes.  As the door is entered to the new  offices, Assistant Treasurer Hemen-  way's desk will be found at the -left,  where also Superintendent Williams  can be seen when in town. Mr.  Hemenway's, assistant, O. N. Galer,  will be located here also. A littlefurlher  back, a counter will run across the  entire room. To the rear of this will  be located the desk of N. Fowler, the  ore shipper, and also tliat of J. J.  Stretzel, the syndicate's storekeeper.  The entire rear portion of the room  will be occupied by O.B. Smith, engineer for tlie syndicate.  When ready for occupancy, Mr.  Hemenway and bis staff will have  commodious nnd comfortable quarters,  which will be a great improvement on  those formerly used.  Relaying Water Pipes.  This week George Rumberger has  had a force of men. at work relaying  the pipes in his water system in the  lower'part of. town. When ' first' put  down last year the pipes were not laid  deep enough, and now they are two  feet dee[>cr, as a protection against  freezing up. The pipes of the system  on Phoenix street, Brooklyn avenue  and Dominion aveuue are being treated  in this way.  Three prominent funis i.i Grecn-  wood are about to consolidate, according to circulars sent out. The linns  are the Russell Hardware Co., W. M.  Law & Co. and Cnulfield & l.amont.  It is the intention to form a strong  1 stock company to take over the business of the three concerns, the new  company to start business January  Our Fresh Butter and Eggs  ARE SUCH, not merely said  to be. .  BNBSJBNSS5B'sasSB>MN9  jfcme'mberthe place...  Domini  Avenue,  Phoenix, B. C.  found in such huge blocks that it can  be quarried out on the surface and  shipped to the smelter. This, however, is just what is being done today  iiv-Phdenix;'-'--',/���-���'*"'"������". ������;,-���-'.  A Pioneer representative went up  on the Knob Hill this week to note  what was going on in this ore quarry,  and he found James Punch in charge.  It appears that the ore on tiie surface  of the Knob Hill has been found of  great value for fluxing purposes. Consequently While thousands of tons have  been and are being extracted from the  mine proper each week and sent down  the hill to the syndicate's smelter at  Grand Forks, a force of men has been  at work on the surface, about 200  yards above ibe compressor house. I  This-work has iv.'iv been going on for  some weeks, and something like a couple of thousand tons of ore have been  sent out.  Tbe work on this surface ore Was  started at a point near the air shaft;  the ore is dumped into this shaft,  some 140 feet in depth, and then  hauled through the main tunnel of the  mine on the tramway to the ore bunkers. The large snace from which ore  has been taken out already is termed  by the employees the "Glory Hole"���  perhaps because it is such a narrow,  stippery path that leads up to it. At  first the work was done by hand drillers, but a pipe line was soon laid up  from the Knob Hill compressor, and  now two air drills are used in breaking  down the ore. An electric light line  has also been strung to the work, so  that double shifts could be utilized.  Rails are being laid for the use of cars  in the "Glory Hole." Mr. Punch has  had a force of 14 men on the work,  and it has been no trouble to supply  whatever ore of this character was  needed.  This week the new sidewalk,  netting Knob iiill avenue and  minion avenue, was laid. It is  feet wice, and   if kept clear of  con-  l)o-  four  snow  ist.  this winter will lie of no little convenience to citizens generally. The walk  is laid near the "Id log school house.  THE  ....BUILDING  To be erected on Corner of Old Ironsides Ave. and  First St., opposite the Graves-Williams building will' contain four stores on First St. and  two on Ironsides Ave., and offices on upper  floor: This building will be ready for occupancy on or about Dec. 1st. I am ready to  Rent or Lease stores or offices in this building.   For Terms Apply to   Acting on the request of several  members of the Phoenix Board pf  Trade, the secretary called a meeting  of that body 'last .Monday evening,  which was held at the Butte hotel.  President Rumberger occupied the  chair, and the attendance was large.'  One special object of the meeting was  lo 'protest to the government against  the order recently issued by Constable  Dinsmore, of Grand; Forks, the new-  road superintendent, cutting down the  amount to be spent on the trail from  Phoenix to White's camp from $1,000  ���to $700.  A number of speeches were made  by members, and several stated that  W. J; Sanders, in.charge of the work,  had received orders from Mr., Dinsmore to the above effect. Y No explanation was forthcoming as to why Mr.  Dinsmore had reduced the amount allowed by the provincial government in  the estimates, although he. is understood to be dissatisfied with the way  the work has ' been done; thus far.  After discussing the'subjectj the secretary was instructed to send the following telegram to the minister of lands  and works at'Victoria;  Phoenix, I). C, Oct. 29,1900.  Hon. AV. C. Wells,'  Victoria, Ii. C  One thousand dollars appropriated Tor trail to  White's campr but Constable I'iusinore refuses  to spend more' than seven hundred. This, will  leave trail unfinished in middle of woods, quite  useless. 1'hoenix Board of Trade petitions you  to complete trail, which is important to district,'  and strongl}' protes'. against interference cl  subordinate officials.  G. w. Rumberger, Pkbs.  W. Ii. Wii-Lcox, sec'  The secretary was also instructed  to communicate with the minister of  land and works, calling attention to  hhe'needless'delay" iir beginning work  on the wagon road from Phoenix to  Summit camp, for which an appropriation of $2,500 was made by the legislature.  A motion was made by Messrs. Kerr  and Hemenway, and carried that the  secretary write to the minister of customs, to J. S. Clute, inspector of customs, and to the liberal candidate for  this constituency, urging the appointment of a customs and inland revenue  officer for Phoenix.  It is well known that such is the  intention of the Dominion government, but the matter seems to have  been lost in the endless red tape which  must first be unwound. The object  of the motion is to hasten matters il  possible, for the relief of the business  men of Phoenix.  It was also decided, after discussion on a motion made by Messrs.  Kerr and Sears, that the secretary  write to Manager R. Marpole, of the  C. P. R., at Vancouver, urging the  need of supplying a passenger service  over the C. P. R. from Eholt to  Phoenix.  The matter of a graveyard was  brought up, but it was decided that  such a matter was more within the  province of the new city council, and  it was accordingly left with those gentlemen to deal with.  Mr.   Dinsmore's Side.  Mr. Dinsmore was in town yesterday, and stated that he had no intention of stopping work on the trail, but  that he thought $700 should be  sufficient to put it thiough. In any  event, he would see it finished though  he believed money had been wasted.  He also said that he was only waiting  to hear from the government engineer,  Mr. Gamble, at Victoria, to begin  work on the Summit wagon" road. Mr.  I Jinsniore went out on the White's camp  trail with Mr. Sanders, the foreman,  yesterday.  nuance at Log Building Steadily I-screas.  inj.  Class" V. Total, 1000: John Graham 771, Jay Cramer, 765.  Class IV. Total, 900: Claud Stenl  970, Harry Jtggei 590, Stanley Graham 578.  . .'.Class III To��nI 700: Esse Doi k-  steader 542,.John Walters 50S, Lillie  Acocks 448.  Class II.Total 500: Ht-ibert Oreer  385, ivy Wallers 356, G.'ad-s Hall  349, Cora Graham 300.  Class I. Total 450: Jeddie Summers 416, Amelia Arocks 384, Prank  McGree 337,, Russell McLaren 336,  Milby .Marshall, 289,   J.ticy   Marshall  '279-." '���������'.  Primer II Total 450' Geoige  Acocks 583, Alice I honias 463, Eula  Lee 3C0, Ktfa AIK'icp 348, Wilbur  GreCr 337, E-eiett Mcl.aien 313,  l.iicy Graham 2S7.  Primer I Sr Total 450: Nellie  Kelley 395, Auguit Mullcr 375, Ruth  Crane 375, Viva Lee 358. Irven McMillan 335, James Jie\oiroi\ 324,  Richard. Thomas 235  Primer I Jr. I ot.il 350: Cl-nii  Evans, Arthur Swanson 307, Hij-cl  Marshall 304, Rub) MiMilkin 29S,  Gladys Richard 260, Mai tin KelUy  233, Ilattie Gi.ihfim 219, Kate McGree 210, Nanoleon Docksteader 204.  These were neither absent nor late  during the month: Jay Gamer, Alice  Thomas, Richard i honias, Angus..  Mueller, Arthur Swanson, (iljnn  Evans.  Total number attending, 54.  Average attendance, 3932.  COUNCIUEN CHOSEN  To Serve City of Phoenix for  First Term.  ELECTION   WAS  HELD   Y05TFRDAV  Clark. Morrin, Punch, Mclnnis, AlcBeanr and  Marshall Were Successful���M7 Votes  Were Cast.  KILLED AT THE B. C. MINE  Rock Fell on Miles McNeill  Monday Night.  N.  Green Alss Badly Hurt���Thursday Another  Minor Accident.  Monday night at 8 30 Miles McNeill, a mucker in the li, C. mine, in  Summit camp, Has killed by a lie.i\j  body of rock falling fiom the 1001 ol  the 150 foot level." N. Green, also a  mucker,, was ���yorking at the same point,  and*he sustained senous mjunes, 111-  cluding-'fhe Fracture of his light leg  Dr. Kingston, the company's plnsician  j'was immediately sent lor, who caused  Green to be.removed to the hospital  at Greenwood.' The broken member  was set, and Gieen is slo-ih  nnpio\-  McNeill had two brothers in Butte,  Montana, who. were advised of the  sudden taking off. 'Ihe rescue pait\  worked .two hours to ielea.se- Green  from his perlious position, where he  was pinned down by the rocks. Di  Kingston sent particulars of the accident to Coioner Smith, of Grand Forks,  who under the cncumstance-,, deemed  an inquest unnecessary  On Thursday another accident, that  was not serious, happened at the B. C  mine. Matt Herman was ascending  the iadder when his candle went out,  and he reached ont in the darkness to  grab a support. 1 he cage v as defending and struck his shouldei, making a  painful but not senous wound. t  Yesterday the fust municipal election of the new citv of Phoenix was  held at Miners Union hall, the polls  being open trom 10 a in. 104 p. in.  R. P.. Kerr was the returning olfuer,  ��ho had charge of the details, ol the  election Altogether there were 162  names on the legister of wrtes, made  by Mi. Kerr, and or this number there  weie 147 votes cast.  / here was no little interest displayed in the election Ot the eight candidates nominated, su were to be  t hosen ascounulmen. Just lielore the  polls opened W. H. Bell, one ot the  candidates, withdrew his name The  lollow.ng is the lesult, as annonnced  by Mi. Ken:  Clark, James A   Giahan , Joseph H.  MoBean, Michael  Mclnnis, Dougald     .       ...  Marshall, James  Motrin, John A   Punch, James .   .  Today, according to the Ifeutennnt-  govenoi's proclamation, the city council  will hold its first session at the school-  house at two odock. The first business will be the selet tion ol a cleri--,  and se-cia] applications have been  made lor the office, which will probablv  be combined with that of the chief 61  police and aisessor and collector.  Among the candidates are f. E. Mills-  and A. G. Simpson,*as well as one or  two non residents whose names are  not likeh to be considered; man) hope  that D. J. Danangh, at present  stationed here as provincial police  officer, will be (hosen, as he is expei-  lenced in the inoik that will be ic-  quired.  74  9!>  11S  104  108  1 io  It requires about 20 cords per day  of 24 hours, or 600 cords of wood per  month, 10 keep the Old Ironsides and  Knob Hill compressors going.  Geo. W. Woostcr; treasurer of the  Miner-Graves companies, who formerly  made his headquarters at Spokane is  now permanently located at the smelter office at Grand Porks.  Foley Men Organic.  ' Mondav evoning a meeting of delegates trom the different labor oigani/a-  tions in Phoenix, was helu at Minei's*  Union hall, to oigani/e lor campaign  pin [loses in behalt of Candidate l*ole\.  I luce membeis each were piesent from  the Carpenter's union, the Miner's  union and the Cooks and ������ Waiters'  union. A campaign club was formed  with the following officers: Chairman, Chas. Thompson, of the Cooks  and W.uttis' union, secretary treasurer, T. 1\ McDowell, of the Miners-  union. Committee rooms will be  opened in the Butte hotel, and visitors  are cordially invited to call and read  the  campaign literature.  Another Building to be Erected.  This week L. C. Crawford put  through a deal by which August Jackson, proprietor of the Central hotel,  Rossland, purchased lots 1 and 2,  block 2, Old Ironsides sub-division,  and has already begun the work 01  excavation for the erection of a two or  three stor) building 1 he location is  at the southca-, {1 osnei ol Old Iron  sides avei.ue anu Second street, and is  opposite the store of the Hunter-Ken-  drick Co. The building will probably be used for^hotel purposes.  Mr. Crawford  also   reports a number of important deals pending for the.  erection of buildings-.  Will Call A  Pastor.  At a congregational meeting of the  members and adherents of the Presbyterian church, held last Mondav  evening, it was decided to proceed at  once with a call for a permanent pastor.  The notice will be read from the pulpit  for two consecutive Sundays, alter i  which the moderator, Rev. Robertson,  of Grand Forks, will visit Phoenix, and  a meeting of those interested will beheld to make a choice of a pastor.  Mr. Robertson should be here about  the iSth inst.  j And (he Phoenix Mines Have Not Been Shipping  j Four Months.  ��� The record of shipments from the mines of Phoenix   show  that   in  . less than four months more than 30.000 tons ol gold-copper ore have  I'been sent to the reduction works. At first the ore was sent out at the  I rate of 150 V,: ",daily, from July 1 1 to August 24; on the latter date it  I was increased to1,500 ions, or 10 cars per day, which was kept   till  Octo-  of the  AGENT.  Soon   Have Skating Rink.  This week an arrangement was made  with William Drcver, by which he will  erect a skating rink on the site of the  tennis court. The building will be  70x1 70 feet in size and will have an  ice surface of 50X150 feet. A corridor  will run around the entire building,  and waiting rooms, etc., will be provided. Work on the structure is to be  started at once.  f tier 17th, when the tonnage was again doubled to 600 tons each 24 hours, I  ? and on one or two days nearly 1,000 tons were shipped.  , Tabulated, the shipments   of this  ore  from   tlie properties  - Miner-Graves syndicate in Phoenix, would stand thus:  , TONS.  J July 11 to August 23, at 1 50 tons     6,600  I August 24  to October 16, at 300 tons    16,200  �� October 17   to November 3, at 600 ions. ...   11,400  Total   In months the shipments were:  34.-����  TO.VS.  >. i=;c>  July..   August      5,85  September.  October. . .  November  (3 days  only.'  9,oco  14,400  1,800  Total    34,200. 4  This last table is interesting, as it shows the comparative increase of ;  ore tonn-ige, month by month: November will show- 18,000 tons us hav- 1  ing been shipped. jj  ���Mi  m3it  mm  mm-  \m  HP  �����-  ��-ruti��-^3��-i:)..  Tffi  Mm^jaaaa&iay^^  in^bj %���  w  Ik.  \1 -  -- I J  V  'w   ..I  18   ���< .  E-i  THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  The Phoenix Pioneer,  ISf Vrr�� OX SATCRDAV EV THE  PIONERllPUBLISHING CO.  AT.l'liOlbsi-k.'8. c.  (The plac* where the miucs are.)  W. B. WILLCOX, Manage**.  Columbia Tileplione, >*c>. lo.  Vcrnuii it Nel^uii Telephone, No. 14.  Sl'B-SCK'I-IIOM..  Per Year **oo  ���Six Moutlis i '5  To 1'orcijii Comitm* -.,  : 50  lf\,o)iarr net a suliscnhir to this jnn>er, this  1, nn mi nation to 3 ou to liecome one.  Advctt'isliig rnlw fiirmslied on npplicitioii.  Legal notices. 10 ami 5 cents, per lint  Vour weekly insertion* constitute one mouth's  nth crtLsiii��.  J9C0  NOVEMBER  1900  Sun  Mon  Tues  Wed  Tbu  Fri  Sat  I  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  II  12  13  14  15  16  *7  even if it is an agreeable one���at this  statemenL It had been known for  months previously that the Granby  smelter officials were preparing to do  a large and constantly increasing business in the reduction of Bi u idary and  other obtainable ores.  It is well known in parts where the  members of the Mmer-Gravessyndicate  ���owning the big I'hojnK mines and  Ihe Gianby smelter at Giand Korks���  are best knownjthatthey have a pleasing  habit of doing exactly .is they say they  will. When they decide on some important business move, it will becanied out  to ihe letter. Our coast friends aie beginning to realize this. When the smelter capacity, therefore, is increased to  1,000 and .',ooo tons daily, they will  doubtless then look upon it as a matter  of course.  EDITORIAL COMMENTS,  With   a foot of  looks as though winter  stay.  snow  already,  bad  come  38  1U1  19  26  20  27  21  2S  22  29  23  30  24  SUBORDINATE OFFICIALS INTERFERE.  In the estimates brought do-vn by  the government last summer were two  items of no little imj-ortance to Phoe-  niv. These were $1,000 for a tiail  - from Phoeiii"- to White's, camp and  $2,500 for a wagon road from Phoeni.\  lo Summit camp.  After the session Gold Commissioner  Kirkup, of Rosslana, who has charge  of government expenditures in this  riding, was icpeatedly "advised that  winter began early here, and that  prompt action would be necessary il  ,these public works weie to be completed, this year. Notwithstanding  this, nothing but surveying for the  Summit wagon road has been done to  ��� date.  In regard to the   trail   to   White'.*"  camp, nine men have been working on  it, and now, before it is  completed,  Constable I. A. J)insmore, of Grand  l-'orks, who   was   recently   appointed  "-road superintendent for  this  section,  takes it upon himself to order the work  stopped when $700 has been spent.  -   In other words, although 'the govern-  ���   uient specifically appropriated $1,000  , lor this work,' Mr.  Dinsmore,  thinks  $700 is sufficient,' although this leaves  , the end of the trail somewhere out' in  the woods���utterly useless to any and  'a"-1 ' \,,:. i  .:'; .-a\.     . :  .  By what'right subordinate officials  ' assumc^authority to change orders from  the"' government,   Joes,   not appear,  l' and no adequate explanation is forthcoming as to why the Summit wagon  '". road was delayed till winter is upon  us. It is no excuse, if Mr. Dinsmore  is, as he claims, dissatisfied with work  already done around here. This town  does not have to bear the brunt oi  I bis personal squabbles.  It was quite appropriate  that the  > Thoenix Koard of Trade telegraphed an  emphatic protest to fhe Minister of  I^ands and Works, at Victoria, at the  . way public works were being carried  on in this locality.  Coast journals are pay ing an increasing amount of at'ention to the mining  sections. They know where the chiet  wealth of the province is obtained.  : When Times are Good,  A correspondent of The London  Times explains why times are good in  Canada:  "The sensational discoveries of gold  in the Klondike, the equally imjiortant  though more slowly develojied discov-  ereries of go|d? silver, a,ml coal,'in the  Kootenay, Cariboo, and Crow's Nest  District of 1'iitisli Columbia, the improvements of agricultuial conditions  in the Northwest, the arrival of manufacturing actixity tlnoiighotit the  Eastern Provinces, ha|| all contributed  to pioduce a general feeling of buoy-  ante and confidence i.i the futme."  So gi eat was the success attending  the mineial exhibit at the exposition!  held in Spokane that there is a strong  inclination among the mining' men ot  that city toward holding an exposition  during the season of 1901 that shall  be exclusively an exposition for mines  and minerals of the nortl'west. The  prospect now is that the exposition is  a surety. It would undoubtedly attract an increased number' of those  now interested or willing to become  interested in mining. What thecoun-  ny needs is plenty of capital, and in  no other way can it be moie quickly  atli acted.  ALDHAT1& BLUNT,  -Mine Surveyors,"  AND DRAUOlliSMr.N.  Thokni.x, IJ. C.  H. S. CAVI.KV. W.li. COCHKANK  CAYLEY & COCHRANE,  "Soi.iutoks, Kir.  PHOENIX, 13. C.  With one more issue the first yeai  of the Pioneer will be completed.  Those subscribers who have not yet  paid, are requested to do so at their  earliest convenience.  Politicians on the other side arc saying that the great strike of opeiatois in  the coal legions of Pennsylvania, was  declared off by older ot Mark Hanna,  who thought it might hurt McKinley's  chances at next Tuesday's election.  DR. MACDONALD,  Dentist.  Oradnnlc Penni}hfttiin  College or Dcntnl  burgiry, I'hlliulclphla.  Office in Shend's Mod:.  Oranrl Vorks, n. c.  Telephone 90, Vei 11011 nnd Nelson.  K B. KERR,  llAHKISIIK ASll Soi.iciior,  NOTARY 1'Ulll.lC.  PHOENIX, B. C. I  scon & McLaren,  Contractors and 'iuin-'us.  Estimates Furnish-i>.  PHOP.NMX.It. C.  A. E. ASHCROFT,  MINIMI AND C1VII. 1 NillN'l 1R  J'KOVINC'IAI. I ASH MJR\ I \OR.  liAUrKix A-SHCKOri,  ���'ANCOUVHt, 11. c.      GREENWOOD. B. C  D. J. MATHESON,  1NSUKANCI.   -.C.1NI-,  I IKK, Ilrh, ACCI111N1'.  Coiiun'hsloiivr lur hiklns .MTlilintlv.  1-HOKMX, 1>.  Vaughan  NNES,  SUNN & McCAGUE,  I'l'OPKI'-IOKS.  City Bakery  _ Bread, Cakes, Pies, Etc., Fresh Daily.  IRONSIDES ADDITION, PHOENIX, B. C. Frkr Dh.ivf.ry.  m Pioneer  ...Butchers  Or the Camp.  We handle all Kinds of Beef, Pork, Mutton aud Veal.  Also Fish, Poultry and Oysters in season.  Your Trade Solicited.   .Our Prices Are Right-  Old Ironsides Ave.        PHOENIX, B. C  ��<X><X><M><><X><KKK><KKKX^^  gp>HOENIX  -o  The Boer war is supposed to be  over, but it seems to have an annoying  habit of still making itself known occasionally. The same may be said of  the war in the Philippines, The war  in China also seems to have quieted  down somewhat.  In no portion of the province, apparently, has the government been so  slow in impioving roads and tra:ls, for  which money was specifically appropriated, as in and around Phoenix.  And in no pait was it more needed,  nor was promptness so neccessary on  account of the altitude and early approach of winter.  Bell's   Liveryf Feed md Sale  <�� Stables >,��  HARRY BELL, Puoi'RiKTOR.  ���* Good Saddle,  Pack and Driving Horses.    Heavy Draying. jt  Charges Reasonable.  KNOB HILL AVE, PHOENIX, B. C.  JULIUS MUELLER, Proi'rh/ior.  Phoenix Lodge No. 28,  Knights of Pytblas.  Meet* e\ery Tuesday injj'it  at S p.m., Miners' Union Hull.  Visiting brethren welcome.  I.. 0. Ckawfokd, K. R. S.  J. A. CI.AKK, C. C.  The Victoria Colonist says with some  wisdom: t  "l'he political prophets are getting  in their woik. What use is there in  it ? A man may think that his party  will carry thecountiy, but what is the  use in saying that he knows it ? Nev*er  mind what the prophets say. Vote  according to your convictions. The  Times last night had it figured out that  the government will have a comfortable majority. But neither the Times  nor any one else knows anything about  it."  WHAT THE EDITORS SAY.  Contradictory as it may seem, the  chief asset of the political writer on  the party newspaper is his lieability.���  London Daily News.  J. F.WALKER SCO.  Every  thing in stock  that ^.  should be found in an yiHo- ���  date   News' and    Stationeiy $  establishment.  'Daily Papers,  =.r- Magazines,  "    Books,  Stationery,  -  Pipes,  Tobaccos and 3  |  -'   Cigars. ������  |  DOMINION AVENUE  |  t Phoenix, B. C. ���  ��� i  f    Agts. for Spokesman-Review    4  X c t  4-4-f��������������������� �������������������� ������.���*������>�������  Extra Fine  LAGER BEER  Patronize home Industry and  drink Phoenix Beer.  Oor. Standard Avenue and Banner Street.  PHOENLX,B. C.  ���<KKXXKHHK><XKKX>0<H><><KK>^^  P.Burns & Co.  1II:AI) 01 KICK FOR IIOUNIMRY CRKKK, GKKKN'VOOD, B. C.  lIhAI-QUAKl'KK.S,M-:i.SON, II. C.  PHOENIX   I  MARKET.   ;  ��� Vfeoksifc:aid -.IMiff -nHt.:lfeicl9ils.' I  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Porks, Sandon, Slocan City,  Silverton, New Denver, Ymir, Salnio, Rossland, .Trail, Cascade,  Grand Porks, Greenwood, Midway, Niagara and Phoenix.  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY'IN SEASON.  All orders receive prompt attention.  ��� ����������������������������������������������!�����������������������������������*�����������������  ���������������������������������������������(  HOTEL UNION  Cor. Dominion Ave. and Banner St.  PHOENIX, B.C.,  (Opposite Miners' Union Hall)  jvicTomfl house'  ~ *      ���   ~ ���  I Leading Hotel of Phoenix  ���*������***���������������*������������������������������������,  Everything First Class, Electric Lighted, Electric  Bells, Free Sample Rooms, Finest ��� Liquors and  Cigars.  IL C. HOTEL CO.. Ltd., Props,  J. i'ERKMAN, Manackr.  Old Ironsides Avenue,    -      -     PHOENIX, B. C.  o-���~   This Hotel is Hard Finished j Bar  Conveniently Arranged.     j  Furnished with the Finest of Goods.  "Graham & Prendergast, Props.  A MINT FOR CANADA.  At last the Dominion authorities  have succeeded in securing the acquiescence of the mother country to  the establishment of a mint in Canada.  This is the announcement recently  made by Hon. W.S. Fielding, minister  of finance at Ottawa.  This most important step has been  talked of for the last five years but is  only just taking definite shape. Although many may think 'Ottawa the  * jiroper place for such an institution,  - the vast bulk of gold and silver produced in the Dominion comes from  the far west and northwest. Therefore it may be that British Columbia  will secure the institution when established.  Contrary to general belief this will  rot be the fiist mint in  Canada.    In  1858, consequent upon the finding 01"  ������old on the Eraser,  there was a stam-  jiede to British Columbia,  and a demand was made for a mint   Tin's was  established   at New  U'e- tminster  in  May, 1862, and a few geld coins were  Struck off.    It v as then  claimed  the  mint cid not pay, so it was closed.  Conditions now/however, are different.  Millions in gold, silver and copper are  taken out of the province yearly, and  ���iucli an institution would in reality fill  & long felt waftt.  It is because the ballot is absolutely  see-ret that so many opposition candidates will be wondering on November  8th what struck them.���World.  The Tories won't have to' ask  "what's the matter with the iceman"  after the day ol" reckoning. It will be  a frigid day for them.���Province.  Premier Laurier has set thanksgiving  day in October, possibly for the reason  that he wont have any thanks coming  in November.���l*'t. Steele   Prospector.  The Boundary country is fast taking  on the airs of erstern centers. Last  week a murder in Greenwood and a  pustoffice robbery in Grand Porks.  This week an attempt at arson in  Midway.���Greenwood Miner.  PHOENIX  BAKERY.  C. W. Greer, Propr.,  Is making Light, Sweet and Wholesome  Dread, French, Rje or Graham. Leave  jour orders at the  SHOP:  PHOENIX STREET,  REAR MORRIN & THOMPSON,  PHOENIX, B. C.  Carpets and Linoleums s  .: We have a line line in all qualities and styles.  - ylt will pay you to examine and get prices.  In Furniture���  [ We are constantly receiving the latest, from!  i the finest to the cheapest.  CLARK & BINNS,  Furniture, Carpets and Undertaking,  ���^ OLD IRONSIDES AVE. - - PHOENIX, li.  C.!  Hotel Phoenix  DOMINION AVE., PHOENIX, B. C.  The Pioneer Hotel.  5  The Consolidated Hydraulic Co.  shipped a gold brick the other day  Irom bullion in the Cariboo district',  that weighed 753 dounds, and is worth  $'S4>765- ��� It i*> the largest brick ever  sent <ast, and no tenderfoot need be  afraid'to buy it.���Ledge.  Phoenix is now enjoying the reaction occasioned by the successful operation ot the Graves smelter and the  consequent employment of the greater  number of men nrM��rr*5a'ry to mine the  600 tons of ore irat is being hauled  daily from the Miner-Graves properties  to the smelter,���Greenwood Times.  Mrs, Wm. Deiahay  Fashionable Dressmaking  Residence, opposite Maudel  & Murphy's livery stable.  BELLEVUE HOTEL  Knob Hill Ave.   Phoenix, B. C.  9H96  St  This hotel is centrally located, newly built aud  newly furujshed throughout. Everything is first  class.    Bar stocked with the finest.        :       :  EDWARD SIMPSON, Prop.  Finest Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars always in Stock  Comfortable and well Furnished Rooms.  First-Class Dining Boom and Attentive Waiters.  HARRY NASH, Prop.  Tile BrfBsfe (olita Wioles^-;VlAiiiNr: -^GNqp��lf.--IiiML  R. GREIGER, Manager.  AGENTS FOR   pabst  Complete hue ofllnr Supplies.  . ..GREENWOOD, B. C.  Dominion Ave,  Phoenix, B. C.  > t^4>^>m^^$^^'^^^^<i><$^^^^  FOR A SQUARK  MKAI.GOTO....  C. A. McClung & Co.,   DEALERS  IN   HAY/GRAIN, FEED, Etc.  Phoenix Stage Line  Makes Two Round Trips Daily Between Phoenix  and Greenwood.  Leaves Phoenix at 7.45 a. m. and 1,30 p/ni.   Phoenix Time.  Leaves Greenwood at 9:00 a. m. and 4:00 p.m.  Green-  wood Time.    Sundays, leaves Phoenix at 8:1 s a. 111.  and Greenwood at 10:30 a. m.  McINTYRE & McDONALD. Props.  ��0 OCCASION FOR SURPRISE  The coast papers contain statements  of late to the effect that many business  men express surprise when  they are  , iold that the mines  of Phoe.iu are  ^.shipping daily and regularly $Q0 tons  } of arc, and that the Granby smelter is  ensiling this ai��ount of ore each  and  ix&y 24 ��ours.  . " Tiiere should real!;- be no surjiiisc���  'l'he country has a tougli enough  time with one of the political parties  being in power at a time, but ii half  the statements of the political leaders  are true, it is a dead certainty that  both paities will be elected in the  coming elections. What in the world  will we do then.���Bobcaygeon Independent.  Six hundred tons daily from the  Ironsides and Knob Hill mines at  Phoenix. H'm that reminds us of the  way we *aere jumped onto not so very  many months ago for predicting a daily  output of 100 tons each for these,  properties. We foi get exactly how-  many kinds of liais we were, but we  went through the entiie calendar.���  Grand Foiks Gazette,  Fine Wines, Liquors,  '    aud Cigars.  C. W. Thosxpson & Co.  PROPKIBfOKS. .  Meals at All Hours.  The Best the Market   Affords   All of our goods are now arriving by rail to Phoenix aud we are, therefore, prepared to quote right  prices. "No need to go to Greenwood or elsewhere.  Let us give you figures.    Wheat just received.  0 �� 0 0 * Chas. A. McQttiig Be Co.  Standard  Ax in lie.  The Wm. Hamilton Manufacturing Company,  Limited^  mmg  Peterborough, Gnt���',  .CANADA,  esaaeeeeai  ���0 ��cs*c��eo<90  PALACE HOTEL ^ISSj*  First Street, near Knob  Finest of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  KEYES & DELISLE  Hill ave., Phoenix,   B. C.  Open Day and Night  Proprietors.  Dominion  Avenue,  Phoenix, B. C.  HOENIX LAUNDRY.      ^   LAWRENCE & WATSON, Props.  Best of work guaranteed,     Specialty of White Shirts.  .    Basement Miller Blk., Dominion A v.  GOOD CALLED FOR  ANO DELIVERED.  |l Take the PIONEER, get the News  66 Kootenay Belle  "Little Gem":  UNION MADE by  KOOTENAY CIGAR MFG. CO., of Nelson, B.C.  See that the DtUK Label's on each Bos.  mi^m  Mim umuunirji��jijrjjiiinli;a��,tl WMWJIIM^BA.mMWil'.t' 0 !'l  IV (!).  THE   PHOENIX    PIONEER.  .��������**������������*���*<*  ������**���*�����*��-**  FROM FAR AND NEAR.  ...a.........  .^...+..^.....*d.**+��.  hut no  Sandon lias a fire apparatus  fire department.'  Grand Korks is to-have an additional school teacher.  An incendiary endeavored to do  business, at Midway recently.  15. Spraggett,-of Grand Korks;, can  iioiv sign J. 1'. after his name.  Craiil-rook and Fernie have got all  (hey want of Chinese laundries.  Columbia is gradually -moving up  near tlie Grand Korks railway station.'  Moyic will have a school house that  will cost $1,600, and work, has  been  started.  W. J. Cramer is still doing the finest  unisonal work at his shop on Dominion avenue.  Rossland is to have . a postofiice  building to cost $55,000, and the contract is said to be let.        ' ,  The Silver Ionian claims that Mr.  Foley will poll 75 Per <*ent of the  entire vote in the Slocan.  The C !'��� K-���'s advertisings-single  fare return to any point on the coast  for Xnias and New Years trips.  Kruger lias started for, Holland followed by d"-' t-'t"st-'s ol tnosc whom he  lured into war with Great Britain.   ',-.  (band Forks business men, since  f the recent robbery of the postofFice of  '^-,000, are agitating for a government  ���'building-  According to the 'Frail Creek News,  the li. C. mine shipped 1011 tons and  the Athelstan 120'tons ot  ore to  the  Trail smelter last week."'"  Thomas Muiin, a miner was instant-  jly killed at Movie last Friday night, by  Ithe bursting of an ore shoot. He was  [buried in ore and timbers.  president McKinley has issued a  Jprockmiation making Thursday, Nov-  ���ember 29,, a day ,.of. Thanksgiving  Jttiioiigliout the United States. '������..-..  It is said that heavy shipments for  {the Meyeis Creek country go over the  |C. 1'. K. to Midway, now that a U. S.  Icnstoins officer is stationed there/  l'he announcement is made that a  Jsurplus of $2500 is  what  this year's  iS/Kikaiic Ex|>osition ..will   show.     A  ���move is to be made for a  permanent  building.   .--.-.;!   "-.-.'  '...-���  The I.oomis Register, is a new 4-  ���colunin 4 page weekly, just started by  ��A. A. Battcrson, of tlie late lamented  jMolsoii Magnet, and formerly of the  [Couraiit, at, Kettle Kails, Wash.  F. Aug. Ileinzc, of Montana,  who  [formerly owned the 1'rail smelter and  a number of Rossland mines,  is now  j credited with a desire for representing  [his stale in the United States sena-e.  iivalry, he said, l-aaejil miners as  there is among men of other occupations, and this fact added' to what he  had previously said, made him feel  that he had conferred a benefit on society by grub-staking a prospector to  get some clean money. This defence  very naturally exonerated the clergyman from all blame.  On The RfEervatlon.  ���   A. HY Fisher, of NeNon; gives the  following interesting details regarding  the reservation opening:.,'  "l'he best part of, the newly opened  country from a ranching standpoint is  the south end, comprising a comparatively   narrow   strip   .between  ('rand  Forks and Republic, /{'he choice of  this section is (��b'out Curlew lake, and  over half of tliis district  was located  by quart?, and  placer   patents before  the reservation was opened for settlement by homesteaders.. Colors of gold  can be found almost everywhere, and  with this as an excuse people staked  the country for placer claims,  hoping  to hold the land after the date of the  opening.    After Curlew lake, the most  desirable districts were about Curlew,  Toroda and  Myers  creeks ��� and  the  section of the Okanogan valley included in  the  reservation.     About   the  creeks the land is gently  rolling and  well watered naturally with lots of fine  bottom and farming   land.     In the  Okanogan  section' the land  Is  even  richei,   but   requires .irrigation' and  water is somewhat scarce.    Outside of  these districts the land is only  medium grade or suitable for grazing and  mineral'purposes.   There arc several  towns in the new   country,   but  only  one boom  town,   Kipling,   where   a  weekly paper, the   .Sun,   was started  three minutes   after   the reservation  was opened, on the 1 oil).  Earnest Mansfield, the mining pro-  jynoter,  spent part of last week in the  elson jail,' the result of the  non-ar-  ���ival from France of funds for, miners'  ages.    Mr. Mansfield is now at lib-  rty, with excellent grounds for a'dam-  jgc suit.    ' Y  In accordance ..with' section 12 of  e Ihireau of Mines Act, examinations  r efiiciency in the practice of assay-  ng will be held in the laboratory of  he Bureau of Mines, Victoria, on  .'ovember 12th, 1900, and on such  bllowing days as may be found neccs-  ary. Am examination will be held'ln  'ootcn.iy during the month of Dec-  mher, of which notice will be given.  NO INTENSE RIVALRY.  avorablc Commenl Caused by Urge Phoenix  Ore Shipments.  A few days since Phoenix shipped  |n one day 1,000 tons of ore, the pro-  Itict of three of the larger mines there,  ays the Rossland Miner. When one  onsiders the age of Phoenix this is a  jeniarkablc performance and shows how-  lie mining industry is '-advancing' in  p province. From all that can be  earned concerning the mines of Fhoe-  ix. this shipment'of 1,000 tons in a  ay cfiild easily be beaten and .the  mes there, it is said, are able to keep  1> an increased record indefinitely  ere they provided with the machinery  na other lacilties for getting out the  Ihcse are certain to be providod  j* the tonnage of the Phoenix camp  as sure to be increased from time to  ^ as the sun is to rise, until it  ues  large   iiroportions.    Indeed,  ^a,d will have to ]00k after her  jes so for as tonnage of ore is con-  S5,|r Sh,?;ma)'be distanced in the  ��-��ythe Phoenix camp.     It  will  ^considerable time for'Phoekxlo  thib. eve��� ,f lt is ever donc;  here is nothing but friendlv rivalry,  jcver between towns like Rossland  Qd fortune of Phoenix to  send  out  ���SCnds'" -would produce no  heart  What Has lobe Done.  i An estimate of the strength of the  parties in the-house of commons at the  close of the late session, vacancies being counted according to their former  representation, shoivs as follows: o  Ontario .-...  Quebec.............  New Brunswick....;..  Nova Scotia^........  Prince Edward Island..  Northwest Territories. ',-  British Columbia...'...  Manitoba..;.........  "Totals '.'.;.....,;. .77    136  This leaves the conservatives with  a majority of 59 to overcome, requiring a change of at least 30 seats, or, 15  per cent of the whole.  Cun.  i.ii>  .40  52  ��� 14  5��  .  S  6  .  8  12  .2  3  .   1  3  *  4  2  5-  CANNOT BUILD THO RAILWAY.  MORE MINES TO  WORK.  Report That Dominion Copper Co.'s Properties  WillRcsnme.  The following a,,;(.|e   is  fr<)|n  the  last issue of the Grand Forks Gazette:  Kumor has ii that some more big  Boundary properties are to resume  active operations on an extensive scale  in the not far distant future. The  properties in question are the Brooklyn  Stem winder .and. other holdings of the  Dominion Copper Company at Phoenix, and it is.reported on'apparently  good authority that the work of developing the mines fully will be prosecuted at once.  The Brooklyn and Stemwinder have  been extensively opened up, the latter  only a year or so ago having been the  best developed-property in the Boundary. Both have large ore bodies  blocked out ready for sloping and will  probably enter the shipping list as soon  as work is resumed.  Mackenzie, of the Mackenzie and  Mann outfit, and now head of the Dominion Copper Company, was on the  coast recently on business and had intended coming into the Boundary on  his way home, but was subdently called  cast and had to postpone bis visit.,  There is ample room in the properties of the Dominion Copper Company for the employment of between  200 and 300 men and their prospective starting up will be good news to  mining men all over the Boundary.  Slaked 20 years Ago,  the Monachee mine, on Monachee  mountain, a few miles from Midwnv,'  which was recently sold to R. Dunsmuir and P. K. Rithet, of Victoria, is  one of the oldest locations in this section. It was staked 20 years ago and  crown-granted about 14 years ago. It  has a strong continuous ledge averaging $10 to $15 in free milling pre on  the eastern claims of the gro'up and  almost any,amount on the western end,  where the ledge carries free gold. An  old-fashioned mill was placed on the  group, some time ago, and this has  proved one of the greatest, drawbacks  to the .property, as the plant would not  save values, 'l'he owners have planned  an extensive [programme of work, including the erection of a modem stamp  mill.  1     , For Rent.  For rent, large residence, suitable for  lodging house, on the New York town-  site.    Apply 10  I.. C. C'kawi'giu'.  Provincial Act May be Disallowed by Dominion  Government.  A private dispatcii received at Grand  Forks recently conveyed the intelligence that the Dominion . government  will shortly announce the disallowance  of an act passed by the British Columbia legislature at its last session incorporating the Grand Forks ���& Kettle  River Railroad Company. This would  be following the precedent established  nearly ten years ago when the federal  authorities vetoed a measure of the  Manitoba legislature authorizing the  extension of the Northern Pacific railroad into Manitoba.  The ground taken by the Dominion  Record Shipmeut From Phoenix.  One day last week the output of the  Ironsides and Knob Hill mines was no  less than a thousand tons, or as much  as the Center Star and LeRoi arc doing between them. 'That,.I take it, is  a fairly creditable accomplishment' for  so young a productive camp as Phoenix. But comparisons between Rossland and Boundary are after all' hardly  just, conditions being so "entirely  different, though at the same time ibr  emphasis'sake the comparison serves  a purpose. As a matter of fact the  possible ore production of the Knob  Hill and Ironsides is only limited by  the number of men. employed to get  the ore out, and by the capacity of the  smelters that treat it. The ore bodies  are so enormous, that if it is true, as  asserted, that the metallurgicalproblem  has been successfully solved, these two  properties will very soon take rank  among the'greatest'copper, mines of  tbe American continent, or of the world  for that matter.���Colonist,  Phoenix Mail Service.  Office hours, S n. in. lo 7 p. m.  Mails close lor C.rand Korku, Greenwood, Koss-  lnml, Nelson, 1'nsteru United States And Coast  mrvieu- on  Monday, Wednesday and  Friday nt 7:15 a. in.  Mails due from nil points nt 10:30 a. in.  IJ. J. Matheson,  Postmnstcr.  government in declaring the Manitoba  legislation   unconstitutional  was that -TiMfe  the  British  North   America. Act, an  "'  "' '    '          imperial measure creating the Dominion confederation, expressly reserved  to the federal parliament the right to  incorporate railways connecting with  extra territorial railways. Provincial  parliaments, however, are authorized  to grant charters for railways which  shall not cross railways charted by the  Dominion parliament, and which shall  not connect with foreign , railways.  The veto power on provincial legislation is conferred on the federal authorities by virtue of the British North  America Act.  'l'he Grand Forks and Kettle River  Railroad Company purposed to connect at the international boundary  with an American railway projected to  run north from Republic, Washington.  Its promoters included Hon. J. K.  Stratum aud T. P. Coffee of Toronto,  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICIi.  Golden   Knglc Minernl Claim, situate   in   tlie  Kettle River mining division of Yule district.  Where located:���Greenwood cnnip.enst nnd ad-  joiniiiK tlie Steimviuder mineral clnim, Lot 55S.  Take notice that I, W. K. Williams, of rhoenix  II. C, Free Miner's Certificate No. 11 39695 for myself nnd as agent for Donald I). Mann, I-*ree  Miner's Certificate No. S654 A., Geo. A. Cox, Free  Miner's Certificate No. 11 29S96 nnd Donald A.  Cameron, l-'ree Miner's Certificate No. II ;o65S, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to  the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance  of such Certificate orimprovenients.  Dated this 15II1 day of September, A. !>., 1900.  H4 \v. it. Williams,  TEN REASONS FOR IT.  111   1 f CX,Sts beUvee�� the citizens  �����* "lurh ,*f ,1 S' b.CCi,USe no matter  letal ml    lieP"*ious and  useful  WcmL    e;I,,nCeof Sold,  silver  '.ea   e,Would remain about the  1St rCe,0llcis��oti'- any sense  I business rival of the other.  pn'ofotliPr: T -^intense competi-  ^BruKki, ��'*as;ca,,ed,t0 book  Il' 1Si, S a?\mer defend<-d h����-  rC  ^tb?"Vby S^ that  Fon*y'taken K en��a2e   in*     '^  l0^ ��or ea ,, e-a"- lt had no  lushed by \ir-,,-'It-Wasnot  fl-'-ans nor tea��V8^  ��f Wronged  Ik�� m h�� h'L ����eut CF*"stian could-  pa!w    tPd w,-l-hout fcarof soiling  '   '   lhere.ffas-notthc same  Why Working Men Should Voto For Christopher  Foley.  The following is from the labor  column in the Nelson Tribune:  U'orkihgnien's attention is called to  the following ten reasons why they  should vote for Foley:  i. Because he is a. workingman  himself and is thoroughly acquainted  with the needs of his fellow-workers.  2. Because he is not pledged to  either of the old parties and will be  entirely free to act for the benefit of his  constituents.  3. Because there are already in  parliament too many lawyers for the  country's good.  4. Because the welfare of the  country requires beneficial legislation  for the masses and not for the classes.  5. Because.he will strenuously oppose all monopolies.  6. Because he did not seek the  office, but the office sought him.  7. Because wage earners, the backbone of the'country, ought to be more  fully represented in parliament.  8. Because he thoroughly capable  of defending and promoting the cause  of organized labor.  9. Because many of the privileges  you now enjoy are the results of the  action of organized labor, and it is  necessary to have a properly qualified  representative to support and extend  them.  10. Because you have the majority  of votes and if united are bound to  succeed.    -  P  We can print for you  Letterheads, Envelopes, Memo  Forms,  Delivery Books, Invoices, business  Cards,  Everything in fact,  As cheaply, neatly and quickly  As anyone else.  Call us up by telephone, (V. & N., No.  , or Columbia No. 10) and we  will send around; or if you  prefer   it,   call on us.  14,  Pioneer Publishing Co.,  Phoenix, B.C.  TOILET Soaps.  SHAVING   Soaps;  BATH Soaps.  TAR Soaps.  -AT-  DRUGGISTS.  Nldit  Hell. '  Vernon & Nelson Telephone 1  ��r>t>r>���>sr>^r9P  99 I  The Heat appointed mid equlpiwil IIo��tlcr> in the Iloufidary Country  C.W. ABBOTT, Prop. Dominion Ave., Phoenix, B. C.  This popular hotel 1ms lieen refuted,refurnished dud thoroughly overhauled throiijfhoul, and fur.  iilshed with all the modern hotel conveniences. I.o.  calaud I.011R Distance Telephone connection with  the offic-���arid l��hrad(|uarter�� for Btiige and Rail-  way traffic: and everyatjemion is Riven to Ihe comfort nt>d convenience of patron's. The hotel has been  cuUmeil by the addition of fifteen nicely furnished  rooms and an Up-to-date MUSIC IIAI.r..  The llert  The next  WINES,  LIQUORS,  CIGARS.  ^ The Ilest  Imported and Domestic  Comfortable > Sample - Rooms, j  For  Commerciai,  The public patronage respect-        j  fully solicited. j  Travelers,  We aim to retain our present  large trade and deserve more.  : <jk*<.90 ���>��"*���  ooeeoooct<ttooo<x>oo(x)ooooooo^^  The Lion Bottling Works  GREENWOOi) and PHOENIX, H. C.     ���'���  THE CANADIAN    ,  BAM OF COMMERCE  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO*.  Established tSO-j.  PAID-UP-CAPITAL $6.0000.00,  [Six Million Dollars.]  KKST, . . , .*. ... . .',.,��� , . .. $1,000,000.  President.... Y..'Hon.'Gko. A. Cox.  (Jeneral Manager.... ,15. K. U'ai.kkk..  Ass't. Ccn'l  Manager.J.H. Pi.ummkk.  O  AND SOO LINE.  STn,r. contini'j; to opkr'atj"  ).  first=Class Sleeper  -ON AI.I, TRAINS I'KOM-  Revelstoke and  Kootenay Udg.  ALSO   TOURIST   CARS   pinning-  -   Dunmorc Jet., Daily for St. I'iiiiI   Saturdays for Montreal,and Iloston, Mondays  and Thursdays for Toronto.  Same cars pass Revelstoke one dny earlier.  No trouble to quote rates and give von a pointer regarding the Eastern trip yon contemplate  taklnjf.  I-'or Time-tables, rates  and  full Information  call on or address nenrest local agent, or  K. R. RKDl'ATH Oreenviood.  O. H. Ill'CKI-R, agent, Kholt.  W.F. Anderson,        E.J.Covi.k,  Trav. Pass.Agent,        A.(!.l'.Agt.  Nelson, J5.C.   Vancouver, B.C.   SOI.E AOKNTS FOR Till-:   Lion Brewing Co.  Of Rossland, the  Largest Breiv-  cry in British Columbia. ,  ���OI-NKkAl.  KXPORT AOKNTS���  Blue Label "SLY  Setters  Natural   Mineral Water  WlKSHADKN, GKK.MANV.  JAS. McCREATH ���& CO., Props.  OO00OOO00O0OOOOO0CX>00OOO00'^^  The Notdcn Hotel  AL.MSTKOM .1* UERG, I'roi'.s.     ��  Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  DOMINION AVENUE,        -       ...       PHOENIX, B. C.  This bank has the largest number of  branches of any bank in Canada, with .  agepcies at New York, Chicago, New  Orleans, SkngWay and Dawsr n City,  Accounts of Corporations, Merchants  and Individuals received on favorable  terms, '-���,:-"���-���"���������."  l)rafts, Commercial Credits,Travelers' Credits arid Circular Notes issued  available in any part of the world,,  Approved Notes Discounted; Collections made.    \ !    ���-..'.'.���'  A general Banking business traii  sacted.-;";:' - ;��������� 'Y .,'      ,'.'���','.''������". ������'���-'- .;���' ',���'  Greenwood Branch.  D. A. CAMERON,  ������ - 6 '���.'.'���'   Manager. ;  MARK TRACY  Gity Scavenger.  ��� .,.. All ordt'rs promptly attended to.  Office, Standard Ave.;  PHOENIX, B. C  EASTERN-  The_.  Maple   Leaf  Choice wines, liquors, and cigars always in stock.  Board b}' day. or week. One trial and you will remember  The Maple Leaf Forever.  J. Mandel, Pi-op.  OLD IRONSIDES AVE.  PHOENIX, B. C.  THeYale-Coltimfeia Lumber Co*  LIMITED.  Manufacturers of all kinds of  Rough and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles,  Mouldings and Turnings.  Our Present Mill and Yards ark Locatkd as Follows:  Nakusp.  Robson............  "  Rossland    "  Ymir  "  Greenwood���Gen'l office-  ,    yards.  .mill and yard  -mill and  Phoenix   Eholt No. i....  Eholt No. 2.. ......  Deadwood.   Rock Creek.......  Long Lake.  mill and v<iid.  gytF'W'e are also prepared to deliver lumber to any mining camp.  Our Company is enabled to Supply any order without delay  Townships Bank,  KSTAllI.tSHED I 859.  CAPITAL  .-,  V..  RESERVE FUND  $1,500,000  $906,000  .IIOAKDOF DIRECTORS:  R. \V. IIknickhk, Preitident, Hon, M. II. Cocii-  ka.nk, Vlce-l're?., I-trnel Wood, J. 8. Mitchell,  O. Stevens,  J. N*. ttnler, N. W.TIioiiiiin,'C. II.  ': Kntlian, II. 11. nrourn, <J. 0. ���,-.:   ,.,"  1IHAI1 OfKlCK, SHURUROOKl.;, P. Q.       .::  Wm. I'AK.wxrr.,' ('��n'i Mgr.; S."Kiioi'i.*., I,oc��!  Mgr.; S. I'. SIoki'v, IlraiKh Iimpcctor.  BRAXCHKS.  Waterloo, W. I. llrigs��;'Inim(fer.  Stiumteiul, S. .Stevens,        "  Counnvllle, J. Macklniioii, Mmioger.  Conticook, II. Austin, Mnnnger.  Riclimoiiil, W. I,. Ball,-  ;..-",.  Ornnby, W. II. Kobiiison, "  lledforcl, H. W. Slorgan,    ������������������'���  Magog, I-:. I'. Oliver, J       "  ' St. Ilyncintlic, J. V,. La Framboise, Mgr.  Huntingdon, I'. N*. Koliiiison.Mgr.  Oriiinto��-n, II. T. Witlianis. Mgr.  Grand I-"ork��, Il.C, j.W. Macloughliil, Mgr.  I'lioeiiix, 11. C, Wm. Spier, Mgr.  Agents in Montreal, Hank of Montreal: London, ling,, National  Uank of Scotland; Huston,  National 1'xcliauge Hunk; -New Vork, National  I'arkHaufc. .���'������'  Collections    made at   nil   nccesslble    points.  Drafts issued for any _rco.uln.-d anioiiiits, goud in  all points iu Canada,   U.S. aud K11 rope,    lvx-  change bought and sold.  Savings Ilrancli Department at each office.,  Interest allowed from dutti of deposit anil compounded annually without requiring attention of  de(>osilor.  Office Hours: 10-3; Saturday froni 10 to 13.  PHOENIX ANOTHER BUTTE  A. HENDERSON,  The,r Watchmaker   and  Jeweler, is doing the finest quality  of   work  in.,  the Boundary country.  Give us a call when }rour  watch or clock is "out of  whack," or you need anything iu the Jewelry line.  Dominion Ave., Phoknix, B. C.  MUSTARD QUA  ���LINIMENT,���  Is Already the Second Camp in Ore Shipments  in British Columbia.  I--OR SAM* O.M,Y DV  The following facts about Phoenix tell rhe story of what capital has already accomplished in the chief  mining camp of the Boundary. There are yet many promising prospects well worthy of business like  exploitation.  Phoenix itself and the camps to which it is the nearest banking and business  point, are now shipping 4,500 tons of gold-copper ore per week, or 225,000 tons  per year.  The Knob Hill and Old Ironsides, situated iu the very heart of the town, are  alone shipping 600 tons daily, or 4,200 tons per week.  The B. C. mine is shipping 150 tons daily, or over 1,000 tons weekly.  Other properties, such as the Golden Crowu, Winnipeg, Athelstan, etc., are  shipping not less than 50 tons per day, or 350 tons per week.  The ore shipments from Phoenix alone far exceed the combined output of all  other mining camps of British Columbia, outside of Rossland.  Yet Phoenix is only in its earliest infancy.  For further information, address,  J. B. BOYLE,  Dru??fsf dnd 5fdtfoner,  Graves = Williams = Block,  -niOKNIX, 11. c���  Vernon & Nelson Phone iS.  ��� ��������  a  e  �������������������������������������������������������������������  Smoke  G. W. RUMBERGER,  Dominion Ave.,  Phoenix, B. C.  i KELOWNA  CIGARS.  UNION MADE  ���  .0  0  ���  ���  ��� ���(�����*��a��Mlt��tl*��l������l��la  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaranteed.   Imported Goods.  I--INE HOOTS ASn SHOKS .MAOi; TO  OkDKK.  PRACTICAL MINKKs' AND l'l'OS-  Pl-CTORS' SHOKS A SI'KCIAI.TV.  Corner  Phoenix St. and Brooklyn Ave.  ii   ' .-I).-.  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GROCERIES and MEN'S FURNISHINGS  We have a new Clean Stocl; of Staple and Kincy Grot-eriee, .Clothing, Hoots, Shoes anil Men's Furnishings.  We invite the public to call and inspect. Will Guarantee to give satisfaction, whether your order be large or small.  "Spccial'Utoiuipn to Hotel and Family trade.  Old IroiHicVs;'Avenue and First Street���Graves-Williams Mock  H. J. McQUAID, Mgr.  pi  ���  4  ;.Ui  MAE BROS. &  SMITH,  ~I)li',I,I;kS IN-  Cigars,'.:}. ..'���':���  Jpbaccos,  Confectionery,  Blank Books.  -'���������-:j'-' ,Y   " O���0:-;���'���',,���;:.:  COMPLETE j.? NEWS-:.; DEPOT  '',-���   , .'..���'���"'.'. o-^'v'':'".'!; ��� -.'������'.  Graves-Williams Blocks    .  %''"���'��� ;    Y  PHOENIXYH.C.  . ������*  ���*���*!  'rJ-  ��� <  > i* ���'-'.'���'..���'.'  it"  r '������v--.v  f "'I  Y-':Y;  :> wm-  I'.     I*-&t;Y?  v   ���** ��� ���'.'..�����- rv'.  T The Local Grist��   j  ' Y;Thomas":)lardy rehirned   'I'uesday  ���-Irom a.trip to Nelson. ��� Y  Y'^Tlit Knights;of^  .'nt 7.30Tuesday niglits, instead of 8.00,  Y -;^s fornverly.... "YY'-Y-'"' ;.Y'-       \-/::- .:^y''������  ���, Y JLargfr collection 6(.sheet .music.��� at  5,   10 .and   15  cents at Greenwood  Y:,;:Music'^Store.,\'a:'.Y;.-:' :YY;;-;-; .Y.y/Y.-;';.iY Y  -,:' "YThe 1 tiniher-! dealers"-��� all -report 'a  Y:>:lin��li: trade, anion!*theycoiitra^torsatfd  ''Y,|imlde_rs qfPlioenixY ' .; ->"::-.:v .?���/���;;;,.  ;Y!Y5\\'alteiv'Water(and^ hasYsecured;Ya"  i-Yyerdict of;���p^boo jij-.".-daniages-^against  YY=-^i ii; 'ci ty^ibf ;it i recii wood: ���'/^ ;^ ������ .^;.' };:.'���/!-.' 1;^  y:-YvlforYvlessohs 6n^  YYjiianb; etc^sceYProf 'RaultiTianiiYYla  ������:';.5Mioeivix'evei-yYT-hursdayjY /, ���; jy, Y>:?Y;,;.Y:  \f��YMeMrs^  i; Y^iiiitlVarid Northi-oiv  i^a'GfJu)^  YYY'YlJill-YRu^  $p-YYSY^;;v;;^  ;;|S!S;;YYY^Y:Y';YY;Y  l|jiY��Y'>0f^  IlliSl^ifP-'?^^  ��ll��ftYS��  ff|YY��Y00^^  Jj%li^aSr.'-.Vv.y'^;:^V"4!-.:  S-t IliSWY  ���^/S'fSYK^YK'YYYYiY.  -U'jS      te.-'.'>'!-:-.r-'--,-;���-...' ���������:,:-'  SY;v^5Y.lbvt|i^' BJij^t vi tig^caj^ci tyYbl Y.t'i'r.jY/^itf  YYY^ ^Jisli:mSij;ti?.tdi:V ii JcSiiniib date YaYYy ai-g  ^vlookinjw  liiciiYheYlias:  Spok-tne tliis week, to secure talent for  his new conceit hall, adjoining the  hotel,' vvhicji will open shortly.  Several fine prizes will lie given at  the masquerade ball, to be -'jjiven by  l'hoeiiix Miners' Unioii No. Son the  151I1 inst." A number of suit's will be  .secured lor rental for the occasion.     ���  Dick I.arah reltirned from a trip to  the Slocan country hist Saturday, and  has agiiin taken charge of the -Butte  Dining Rooms, where he will be pleased to see his old iriends and   patrons.  Although in operation to I'hocnix  but ten days, the 'Dominion' Express  Co. is doing (juite a good business  with this place already.' It is ol no  little convenience to bur business men.  Dr. Mathison, ihe Greenwood, deiv  tist, will be at his Phoenix office, in  the Graves-Williams building, Sunday  and Monday,. November 4 and 5.  Appointilieius should be made, as early  as.possible. -:/ ���'   ���. Y"  Many old friendsofW. H. Cochrane,  the well-known banister, of I'hocnix,  aie glad to see liiui once nioie as.Ya  visitor to tiie city,'where he will probably remain tor several days yet;-^  Vernon News. ';,   -��� ���'   '.-^'.t.  'l'he Law-McQuaid Co., Ltd., of  Phoenix, with a capital bi $10,000,  has beeivof��ciallyYgtuetted. 'l'he concern has already started iii: business,  being located 011 Old Ironsides aveiiiie,  ii>. tlie-fJfaves-Williain.s block.  ' .'1'jiere is vsbmeYtalk of the Inland  -Telephone' Co. running a line from  Republic'; to Chesaw; Y Orb, Holster;  Loon lis, and bt her 0 k an aga n poi nts.  This;;is tiie;<linerconnecting with: tlie  ���Vernbn ^NelsonTeleiihone Co.  ;������;-,'  $-  rro  hi.  TitTifiaa-'v  j-'Attijhciaric'e.  Y;^sf Yschbol cbii.unues;'t��i*rcreasfc  ���'.M^'^ij'JVifiSPT^breAYt^  Y'-^-Y-^aii - 'do Jtistice.ft��t;^YY ^Y;Y-:.:^YY,:Y'Y:;::;'Y  0tiif3-'vp-YY:YfY--lJK**S}.j^  i||��|gj?il;Y;;YY|?gA^ 1 iiilpi t :last':-. Su n -  *5JY;5YYi��^Y^S;fYY^:X'lY'?^r,-v-ij,':rt^  p^^^lY^?'*%f^ y>:-Y';Y, ;^Yvt ^Oi u wri"Y^ ve Y{a^ s iti^k e r, :.;���; h i|-1-'^i ii vj ted,  lYiSlil  :?ftji3��"  %���}  fclltY  ;:se--ei-ali irieiids tb^e present  Wffi$i0iQ'$KJ-Y:.l'-,: vBeecrof^Y- lbrnierly   of ^^ari^  |YtY-Yi^Y-^^buYbry-JiSs^  YY:Y{YYYYY-;YYv^icc^  tYYYYY.vYVJ'^ ;..;-'J:ibiIse^'of:M'ichael' Mcl>ean-&.CoJ:Y:.Y--  Wii't^'i'&ty i>'^^  i:;Y'YYY,^^YYYyif|e\��r^  fc-YYY;Y: i;Y<<i:;j,owjiv;!ifiid:ah increased iiKjiiiry  ���Y^:Y;Y; YYYYYT'rtwi'ective real estate purchasers. Y YY  Y;J5Y\|5' Y ;Y^ Cbntractoi-sSkotV& Mclitren.ywlio  .Y;J--sK^YY;;.;-jyilMJui)(l thenew; Presbyterian .church','  Y #Y H- Y Y il'^ve -brdered the lumber lor the'edifice,  ���Y?%:---'v'vYYY!;'"-fiiivd work will liegin almost any day.  i:-::,>:^ cY ';���..,'; Fast Wednesday was Hallowe'en,  Y and the;:small boy; was iiy evicience.  Y-:';;;;{-, ������������:������ YY^ack^Riordan entertained ii number oi  ,'  -'iriehds at liis home the same; evening.'  ���-,'-.-.--���. ��� ii..'- ,;- '.���--..  ;������ ��� Y'iYY' -:\AJi fc njjrf'ber of wagery have been made  'r'^l.f^. ���;���: ;Y:V jJn.towiTtliis'w'eek'on the result of the;  v'^-'^'^^-'i-'S^Vwritin^ tflections.; In nea>ly every  YYY;:-Y-Y"v'---Y'-case it'lia*/beeii:two. .-to, one:, on-.-'jitc^  ^W-'i'''^---Y,'^*^^>i-'Y-:V:Y';'Y'Y m-Y'-'";'m :-YYY'Y':.:i;;yY:  >10Z: '0M^'J Arrarigeinen.ts*;iire-Y,bem^'made:-vby  YYK^j'Y--;Y!;;Y;:Y^  k^v;5*';Y'YY if;^' jiijeV'^-Ay��tiv. ::|ocft j. .tileiit.^ ."Y".'! ���?Y-Sy.i.n^i'iir<>!>>-':  Sl��Y;Y^|YY^Y^bfa;montlr.-^ ���'���������������J-^^^jJ  ilp^l^iY j;|Y YAV;--A��^Mb^  |il:Yiil*Y|i:;;f;t��flity-'Wha  Ip--K1Y;Y;Y;.YY;:jin'u^rph'ai^''i'wasY doingYbusinessY iri'  ���Y:;YYSiMY;4;|;;^'jttr^inbiis^  |Y  THROUGH TH&<WEEK.Y -J  ''J:'-'['hephoenix Pioneer suggests that  the; editors^ of theY'Nelsolij 'I'lihtine,  ;Gieeh\yb6il;:  MiiierY'.''nrid'<-VIndustrial  \Vbi-ld:���'���.are'jtop good' friends, Jand Jare  topjmiicliYinterested iii^theYca'tiseY;of  laborandretbrni,'toVquarrel^ and suggests Ythat  theyYkiss 'andYniake.up.  .Ai?i-eed.^indu^tnal'\VprldY;YY:YY/ -t Y:'-  i^Y:^Y'Y;Y^Y---iY''-*-.fY,''*,*'Y ���'>:','���'���*��������"'''"���������.':!?��� f-'';  !:jA):;Jife|ipsui^n'fceY.''m  :wliat:he;is;Halking^Bbut^^:^  asked "why ::heY came:; toYPhbeiiix -so  bfteiv-and ���vhy.he'spenrsdn  in aiidabbntYthisYpIaceYYHi^  ?was iisvipllows; ''T'pieyery Vdozen" -'policies j Write in, i'liperiix/Vl. write : thred  iti YGreeiiwc^^.andYibUr  Kifaiai;F^feY-.IS?it;YanyYwoii^  -?fibeiiitx;YIiis:anhattiactibnYfor- me?"���  'IffeiS!. little'sibry^'carries';its bwti -moral  as tothe:.relative im{)ortancer-r' Boun-  diiiiv:towiis..<���":���'���'������ ^..'-Y-'-j' :;:y>';.:--.; f:;J;- .'������'"..'���.  Fach^lTrnL; PalnieriYithe:Catholic  ipmeHt^ so^ii-eil krioxyriYtlirbtighbut'tlie,  ;Bbbjidax^ : &as rebuiyed" to Spokane'  'wft-ae;-fee.vs-iEi 'reside iiv':future...'His'���  '(���on^egaEion-s''in Grand/Forks aiid  iteeeriwood presented Ti innwi th ah: ad-,  (fcesi? and a pur'se: belbre he leftiY'ind  iti bost]! case* he donated the; iiiohey.  :tbthe delits pf.the respective churches.:  rrobably iio--,mah,' is -betterYYknown:  thrbiigh6ut;:thi'-;jiart':;pf-c6  Father:Paliiier,:Ywhb for'-j;sqvQJr:aivyeari*'  has;-'gbne;abb*it alt' thrbiighsthisYsec-:  tion doing gpbd^ trayeUing ^hy-;iiight.'or^  day, to minister tb';;his:;**ebple^Y^vheiJe-.  ever: they:-y^rrilbcated,-frbmY.Rb^l'inj-l:  ������ to,the lahhest'pdintS'bf:theO  ; Ylt-js!interesti.ngjtp;;read theY-mihiiig  :news;ofjdierYB^uiidaiy^jn putside lja^  paiJeTS^a^jculariyY"those Yptiblished  ���'ati.\\t]^<^i ^tlftSjj v^ r^t?y--;?til)ei r :^. desi^i&Ti^npw:-  ^tea'dil^riwii^^o; c^e^Aliis'iriipbrtr.  ^ahUfliiSiiiij^fiell^^  :thtjig;;and^:eyerj-t)}TpMhey-can get hold  :pf^J.:!^1 )'��� js-gristH&itYcomes :to, theih  milfc;Y;A^airei-(ilt 'there is;much chaff  ixedrwitliYtlite- wheat/iY As. a-'sample,"  :ilM  :;:��i'**a*|[*rip*is:,cc,ii;1^1  ' Ychurch''bt itireen^bcrdY  dered  :Sbyterian  a. nieeting  ^qhtirch:  B. C. mine had been sold; , that the  Mother Lode had also changed hands,  and that the Cascade water power also  had a new set of owi'iers, .This,.a  emanated from Grand Forks, in bold  (leadlines, and there was not a scintilla of truth in it. ; Nevertheless, the  coast journals swallowed it at a gulp.  And yet, these coast 'dailies do occasionally have interesting and reliable  mining news in them;  Owing to the fact thfi't Tom Corner  decliiicd to carry���', out his tender to  build the new Phoenix sclioolhouse  for $2,974, after it being awarded to  him, there is likely to be some little  ���delay in getting the. building started;  It appears that the depai tmeiu has  been advised of the facts iii the case,  but has had jiist such cases before,  when there has been collusion between  the bidders. No one thinks there is  anything of the kind here, but it delays'the awarding ofthe -'contract,, just  the, same. It is unfortunate, as. the  need of a sclioolhouse grows more  pressing eachT month.  .;'��� **��� ���   '     ' ��� Y Y ���  A new record was made by the  freight department of Kootenay; and  Uoundary districts last week, when  lo,2oo tons of freight were handled,  making ;it by far the largest single  week's business since the road's completion. The biggest increase is, of  course, oil- the Boundary..* branch,  where . the ore .������'."'shipments ,ovei\: the  PhoenixY.spur are larger than ���.ever  before,:.-,;This i's a pointer to what it may  he in the future.'' The' new railway  wiilevehtually prove aii excellent in-  vestiiient'for the C.l'.R.  �����s^Just arrived,   and a PULL LINE of  in  Well equipped Tiiniing and Plumbing Shop in Connection.     . Y  THE WYNKOOP-STEPHENS TRADING CO., LTD.  M@&&  Cor. Old Iionsides avenue and First street  M  *v  "t-l  '���'.' ��t'L  *'-l  K-  I  I'.l  ��  S"'[  Smith Bios., contractors,' have bgen  making excellent headway on the  Morrison-Anderson building, and on  the new. hotel building on First street  this \veek. 'l'he.former is up the three  fill! stories, and is now being roofed.  Tlie latterV two stories are up and the  tin roof is alieady 'on. Between, the  two structures, on First street, two more  one-story, stores are iii process of erection, hy the same owners.       ',  Harness  atic  ��� Q.  Arrival of Winter.  ���';',When the first sno-v arrived early  last week, no one thought'-it would last.  'I'heii :more:came, and this -week it has  continued :tb fall at intervals, .until  now theie is a foot or more here.  There is veiy little likelihood that .it  will disappear this year, and winter has  surely:;arrived in earnest.; Last year it  wasYaYmdnthY later;; From the fact  that laslYwintc'r was 'mild; for this section,::: it ^appears probable: that this  winter wiij be long and -severe.': An-  bther.sigii' thatis said tbbe reliable is  that; the hair of vyaripiis: animals,; like'  horsesYis grpwing unushlly long this,  year, a protection against the cold.   ' ���  YYY: >YY;Y::-Y..;.:N<)ticcY':;:'Y,-''<f ���''V��� ;���  '.-.���'������Tliirty.diiys froriiclatel Intend to ripply to the  license commissioaer.s of tlie i-'coriiorntioii of tlie!  City ofrliocnix. :for permls.slon to sell liquur ut  relnil outlie pi-ehiiseskn6��ii as tlie Central hotel,  near I'iint Btreet oil Aetna nveiine, being on lots  Sand o; block-17, Old Ironsides s'.ilxSivi.s'on. , ,.  ��� - -u -:; ���...���'���.. ,-'���:���.."���'.-��� ��� ;'���:��'���-':'���:::���������:::������ it:-n. KANI*; >'������ ���  ��� of all ''kinds.: Will guarantee satisfaction to  every  ������'Y customer.'." Good  t e.a m  harness complete from $40  Y,'" up. Single harness, $12 up  Hoi*se;blan'kets, Sweatpads  collars, whips;: etc., at low-,;  est prices;.   All mail orders ,  promptly attended to..... ;  Y H. Gy SMH'H, Grand Forks.  -THE-  ^^NGUARDP'  . is tlie best 2i-Je-.ver Movement.    We  hiive II, also full assortment of   .  .   .  -WAL-1'HAi/l :���: MOVEMENT'S. ���  TO WHOM IT M,\Y  CONCERN;   Y-  riusincss men' and olliefs of Phoenix and  vicinity are hereby requested to, exercise dis-;  crdiioii as to the emptoyirient of non-union car-  peiiters; as" otherwise, it may he considered  necessary to place those delinquent in this res-,  iitct on the unfTiirlist,    " ^  "-'. ���:.-������-        (Signed)   THOS. CORNHR.  '.'....v.-.;.,'  ; .'������.,.. Recording Secretary  of Local Union No. 61S. of the United llrother-  ho'od.df ("arpenters and Joiners of America.   ;  VfiiVahove is heartily endorsed  by  the l.ocal  Uiiiou'of the Western Federation of Miners.    :  ���-.-:������',. (Signed)       ,.  ;,:   JOHN KIORDANY . .  .::iY'---:."���'���       ''���'������ ';��� ���''���:...'. -.   '���' Sccretaryof  rliqeuix SliiicrsV Union.: ,  ������T7,Y..,.-.. :.      JAMKS MARSIIAI.I,,  ���''������':--V ���.'���':':' '���������;���.''-. ';.:'.������������ ���''���'.���'.- '���':       - President. :���  "lJv: - :(Sigiied.). Y- "PAUll.TOPFFKR,: .:.''  7-if %':'���':.;. ��������� :.'v,;".':, v."? ..-���:���:''..'        Sccretaryof  Plioenix Cobks;:aiid Waiters'Uiiion;  ��� .-.; ;;: chas;Thompson,  '":,���.;:'--; ."a"'"-- .-'"V;--.1 ������.��� : President.' .,  bR;;M/CTHIspNr:'Y-"  Y Crnduate Peiitisylvanfa College   of Oeiital  Surgery, Philadelphia; Pa.   Licentiate of British  Coiiiriibia;:; ';;;-':.-;..v,>:v-v,YY Y YY": .������:.���;' '���''���Y':.''  '���'���'!���  GRAVES-WirXIAMS DCOCK, .  '���'^���:   "'".;;;^i.i;.;:��[ ;���'���. r'...pkoknix.-b. c.::  drer'naiik ohCommerce. Greenwood.: ;.,   '   ;  ������'��� :}��l1'<'-\{.: :;?''���: V :.;Colunibin PhoiieNo. 16 :'  Residence ,No'. .10.'.-..;..,.'. .-/V.;-;.' -.',-   :;.. .'.':���'''  V"::'' ���;-,>'.   .'���'���':- Vernon & Nelson, No. So.   ;  mi  Jt:\yas piihl ished^aYshbrt since-that the | '*���<-��''*���  Telephone'  Greenwood  aud   make appoint-  li;.W��fCHMaKER:^;:Y';  I-'ine Repairing a Specialty. . Y    ,::       :  :���:';,...     :   craves-Wiiliams Building  ���'��� ^ ;-; ��� '������ YY ���    :: :  I'lrst St., Phbenix. B.C.  the popular Gaterer, is.again  vin-cjiargebf:tlie Y .   '.' .v-'Y'"  ���*�����������*������������-�������������������-������������������������������������������������  ��� ���������������+-������ ������**^**+  "���:'. AVhere :lie will be ; pleased to  ���������'see. his bid friends and patrons.:  iliif m the ridrhet  '���  1 :������'':'v/.-���s-ERVEfJ; IN���,���.���������'".'���  FIRST-CLASS ;=; STYLE.  R. LARAH, Prop.  Provincial BoardHealth  BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Regulations for the Detection and  Treatment of a Disease Known as  Bubonic Plague.',  Approved by Ills Honor the Llcutenant-Oaver-  nor-ln-Coundl, Dated the 6th Day of Sep.  -tcmber, 1999.  i. All sick Chinese and Japanese must scud ot  give notice cf their illness lo the Health Officer  or Police Constable Iu the district where such  Chinese or Japanese reside.  3. I'hvsiciniis in attendance oil sick Chinese or  Japanese shall notify the Health Oflicer or Chairman uf the l.ocal Hoard of Health oi Municipalities; or.if in an-oiillyiiiir district, the Govern  inent Agent must be notified. Such notification  should state the cause of illness nnd the condition of the glands throughout the body of  the sick person and should lie dcliverul  to the Health Officer, Chairman cf the Local  Board of Health or Government Agent as the  case may be, at the earliest possible opportunity.  3. Ill City Municipalities Ihe Medical Health  Oliicer shall be notified within six hours of the  death of any Chinese or Japanese, by the ptison  on whose premises such death occuired, or by  some relation or person having cliai-Rc of the  person so dyfus;.  4. Iu Rural Municipalities the Medical Ilcolth  Officer, or Chairman or Secretary of the Local  Board of Heitth must lie notified within six  hours of such deaths, and iu outlying; districts  the .Government Aircnt or Provincial Constable  shall be notified within twelve hours after Mich  death, or as soon after ns possible. Certificates  as.to the cause of drntli must be sinned by the  health officer in municipalities nnd iu outlying  districts by the'-Government Agent, or some  person duly authorized by him.  5. Anv person violating imv provision uflhese  regulations, shall he liable upon .summary conviction before any two Justices of the Pence, for  every such ofTinc;, to a fine not eKJcediHi: one  hundred dollars, with or without costs, or tu  'imprisonment, with or without hard labor, tor  n term not exceeding six months, or to both  fine and imprisonment, iu the discrtlion of the  convicting court  '     CHARI.KS J. VAGAN. 51. I).  Secretary Provincial Hoard of Health-  J. I). M'RNTICl',  Provincial Secretary  '���".Victoria. B.C., Scptembei Sth, I9<��-  Summit Hoiise  t. II. Richards, Proprietor.      a,   ���    ���    ���    ���      Cor. Knob Hltl Ave. an! First Stn;  Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  - PHOENIX;B.C.  Dining Room in Connection.  <*���������-���������������������������������������**��������������������� t*  ^��������* �������������������������������������������������������������*�����������**��������������������'>��� ������������������  , 4  WHEN  you have  M  ���i Suit   or   Overcontl^  : made to order, you  wautj  ��� tlie best goods and  the ���  ��� best fit that money can j  ; buy. ; You always get |  I that and nothing else of j  **���+���������-��������* t-**>*  ������*���*���*���������������+'  j he. MITCHELL]  I Merchant Tailor...     j  ��������������������� *^ ���*������������������������*!  \F)XJRYNEW GOODS j  !'��� V-/ are beauties. We:  I can SUIT yoti to: your j  I satisfaction, in the choic-:  : est fabrics made. Comet  j in and talk it over, and:  rexamine our stock. :  r Dominion Avenue. 5  ; PHOENIX, British Columbia.  4 ������������ *���*��������������� ������������ 4***4  ��� *** + *���������������*�����������������,  :  4^����*4*��-4-*4-**'*4-����44-4��*��4*'  d.w. Mcdonald  Phoenix, B.!i  Plumbiitl  & Tinnifl  Job Work Promptly Attended to.  Phoenix street (Itnck of I*ostot"iec.   -^BU)  Winter is Upon Ui  and with it has arrived the most CoiDplete stock of RUIJ-  ' JiERS and GERMAN SOX to lie found in the boundary  Count!)',    'l'he styles  arc unequalled, the quality never  questioned and the prices right.  Also  a Splendid  assortment of  HAND-MADE CLOVES im--  ported especially for  the MINING TRADE.     Fit and  workmanship guaranteed.  Just 0|>ened a new line of Underwear, including a fino  range  of  Fleece  Lined, Im|>orted,   Natural   and  Scotch  AVOOLExNS.    Tiiccs to suit the buyer.  AVatch our ad next week.  I. X. L. STORE  FRANK SE.'K'J  Palace Livery Stables  Stage and Transfer Line,  PHOENIX, - -    :'..���-   ���        -  Stage leaves   Phoenix   for   Green;.'  ���    wood. ...-. ............8 a. m.  Leaves Greenwood. .���... .10 a.' -m.  Leaves Phoenix...  Leaves Greenwood.  B.  in.  4 p. in.  Best turnouts 111 the"Boundary.    Horses well suitcdi  long drives. COLLINS & GRAY, Proprietors]  Codes: Bedford McNeill's; IClough.s '.'���'"-'��� [P. 0. Box:  d-'-o o o  P.G.Mg^RTHUR  /  *******^*>*��>4*4-*4��*<  5ft have just received a large assortment of  bysandKW   f  Lettibridge Gait  COAL  Houses to Let.    Lots for sale or Lease in Old Ironsides subdivi*  e^e^  STOCKS, MINES  REAL EST^  INSURANCE  List your Stocks with me.    Correspondents  in Rossland, Spokane'and.Toronto. .   .    .  OFFICE-Graves-Williams Block,  Phoenix, & H  m  1.  AlsoSGoniplete  kf Miner sDIGOING BOOTS Leather Soles,  .AT REASONABLE RATES.  tlo|sii^  IVe ar-a Susy in our.i:i5!inc:ry Pepartinenfc.    Order your \VINTER HAT Now.  iiijji SSesSssL'  o o o o  C. McArthur and Geo.E. Breakenridge, Sell'l  Agents Original Phoenix Townsite.  BUNDLES called for and deli*  ed.    All work is done iu first'c1  shape.      Bath Rooms m Connection.  PAUL FISCHER, Proprietor.  Cor. First street and Knob Hilt avenue, - -       PhoesiXi  (t-'ormtrly the Metropofitaii.)  High class wines, liquors and cigars alwaj-s. in stock,  veuieut sample: room for Commercial Men.  class Cafe in connection, ] .  '    ' ' >^


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