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Array ���-./���->''  3 *���* "*-' ~>  r Afore men arc working  :  ' in the iniimjs of :  {'    PHOENIX      !  ��� Than in all other Bonn-   ���  J dary camps combined.     \  Vol. I.  Devptedtothe Interests of the Boundary Mining District  : ! he Fa. j<p,I hi :  j      PHOENIX       [  : Is larger than Ui.it of  :  ��� any   other   Boundaiy   ���  : ( amj) *  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER k  KJOO.  CITY COUNCIL WORK  PLAY EVEN  Four Meetings Held in Fir-  Week.  $  At THE  ���-WITH ME \VEATHER.  ������By Outfitting   ^ .     ';'''/-f ���  STORE  BOUOALD JIcMILUN IS CITY CLERK  Trades License By-Law No. 1 (s Introduced���  Hold License to be Uateed to $309 per Year  ���Street tirades Discussed.  '  -but of the.  -AT THE-  Smallest ;-; Price!  No Last Year's Stock HUMEMBER. Groceries, Gran-  by Rubbers, Overshoes, Etc. Large selection of Ladies,  Cliildreiis' and Gents' Underwear.  In Silk, Cotton, Wool or Flannel.  Our Crockery is now in.    We don't advertise our Gro  ceries; they speak for themselves.  "Talk is Cnr.Ai'.  But it takes meney to  buy W'hjskkv."  CALL AND BE CONVINCED.  I lUID-raW (0, lii  Old Ironsidies Ay<e'./'Phoenix; B. C.  Tlic City Council of Phoenix which  .was chosen by the electors-oh'Friday,  Nov. 2tl, lias already held four .meetings���one each on Saturday, Monday  and Wednesday evenings, and one lasi  night, as the Pioneer was going' to  press.;. In the first, meeting R. ]!.  Kerr was appointed city -solicitor. and  W. R. Williams police magistrate. At  .Monday's meeting Dougald McMillan  was chosen as city clerk. The full  report of the.first two sessions wiil.be  found on the third page of this issue  of the Pioneer.  Wednesday evening ,of  this week,  I he council met at the  sehoolhouse,  pursuaiif to adjournment, the members  and mayor all being present   with   the"  exception'of Alderman Melnnis. .Mr,  McMillan, the newly appointed   city  clerk, was also on hand, and took  up  his official duties for the fuse time.  License Uy.Law. .  The   city   solicitor   submitted   the  diaft of ."Trades License By-Law No.  i, 1900"���which regulates the amount  of. all kinds 'of'licensesj to be collected  throughout the city.    The by-law was  read by the clerk,   its   chief features  being as"folllows:  Retail liquor license for hotels,  $150 for six months. After the meeting of the license commissioners, December i.'th, all new hotels licensed  must have 3.0.rooms; new hotels now  applying for  license  must   have  ten  and Encourage Union Labor.  ��� We are sole agents for these shoes in  Phoenix. They are manufactured by Union  Labor, and we can with confidence recommend them to  Give Sati^faetiori.  -:o:-  rooms exclusive of' those occupied by  proprietor, In's family or help. All  hotels in the. city limits, , heretofore  licensed, will not be required to comply with   the   new   regulation   as  to  rooms for one year.  .j,:..UniolesrJ&;fc'i(j'iior' license,  ��75 lor  six- months/    >  ���-.  Bowling  Alleys,   etc.,   $5   for six  months.      . '.,."���  , Wholesale   merchants   or   traders,  $50. for six months'.  Retail -merchants or traders, $5 for  six months.  Wash houses or  laundries,  $5  for  six months.  Pawnbrokers, $125 for six   months.  Owners of teams  and drays  $2.50  for six months per vehicle.  Livery stables, $10 for six   months.  Pack   trains, etc.$2.5o.    "      "  Conveyancers of land,  etc., except  solicitors^or barristers, Si2.00 for  six  months..  Auctioneers $50 for six month*;.  Transient    traders,   $100   for  months. ���      '  Circuses, menageries, etc., $200  day.  Theatres, Concert J [alls, etc., $200  per_year, $75 for 3 months, $40 for  one month, or $5 per day.  'Hawkers or neddlers of game,   etc.,  $20 for six months.  All other trades, callings, contractors, etc., $5 for six months  motion by Aldermen   Marshall   and  Punch, passed its first reading,  Mayor Rumbcrgcr then appointed a  Board of, -Works .consisting of Aldermen Melnnis, Marshall and Morriii.  On motion by Aldermen��� Punch? the  Board of Works was instructed to place  a 1 ail on the steep places on the sidewalk, between the two ends of town.  Mr. Punch was prompted to this by a '  narrow escape which he had on .his  way to attend council meeting.  The Hoard of Works was also instructed to look into the cost of placing a sidewalk on First street from the  Pastern Townships Bank '.o Knob Hill  avenue, ami'also on Dominion avenue,  from the postoftie'e to Millers' Unidn  Hall.'    ' '"'"''  . The city clerk was instructed to look  up a suitable place for his office' and  report at'.the next  meeting.  1     About   Street Grades.    '  A communication was read from L.'  C. Crawford, inquiring as to the street  grade-on   Knob   Hill 'avenue,   and  whether, if the city  council   had con-,  trol of this  grade,   they  would adopt'  that already laid 'out  bv  the  (Irani))'  Company.'    'I'be city   solicitor  stated  that the statutes undoubtedly gave the  nanirij  (,-ontroi, over idi. street.'... ai:d,  alleys.   The .subject was .quite freely  discussed,   and   Mr.   Crawford,   who  was .present,, made futher explanations  that he was enquiring on his own   behalf only, so that he could' give .'some  assurance to piospective builders as to  the exact grade.  Mr. Crawford was finally requested  to bring the profiles and plans already  made to the next council meeting if  possible, when the council would have  them passed upon, in its behalf, by an  engineer^ It seemed to be the opinion  of the council that they would like to  adopt the grade already mapped out,  if found satisfactory. '���   :   ���  ���The clerk .was requested to write to  the government at once re the refund for  licenses, etc. .,' ' ..-���"���    ���  The clerk was also instructed to begin the assessment rolls'at once,'and  have tnen'i ready for the. next meeting,  Friday, Nov. 9th. ..: ; ,''  .  Council adjourned to Friday evening. - ���    '")''  No.  Will   Have a   Good  Majority.  Sized  GOT VOTES Or ALL THE BIG STATES  C.-yan Alosf Emphatically Turned Down a  Second time by the American Pcopll�����D.'d  pot Carry His Own Slate,  Last Tuesday .the general presidential elections were held in the United  Slates, and the result was a larger majority, for President McKinley than lie  secured in 1896. lie carried nearly  all. the large eastern, states that were  deemed close and will have .1 good  majority in congress. The following  is the latest estimate of votes that McKinley and Bryan will each have in  the electoral college:  ������'���...  M'Kinfcy.  California.. '.-':..':..  MASQUERADE BALL NEXT WEEK.  Phoenix Misers' Union No, 8. Have. Secured  The Prizes.    '.','-,,-  Next Thursday evening,   November  15, a masquerade ball will be given at  their hall by Phoenix", Miners'  Union  No. 8, and preparations  for .'��� the ."gay  event are now virtually complete.    .Secretary  Riordan is arranging to have  a number of eos'umes on hand for rent  for  the  occasion, and will'have that  matter settled today or Monday.  ��� A number of prizes' have been offered   by  leading business coneeri.s   as I  follows: . ���':'    ',;''  Pest Lady's Costume.���One dress  pattern, from the Hunter-Kendrick Co.,  valued .if'$7.   ' .-'"'''  Best  Gentleman's  Costume.-���Que  Stetson hat, from Morrin &'! boinpson,  Valued at $6.��������������� .";���;. ,1  Best Sustained.' Lady -.Character.���-  One lady's parasol, from  M.   McBean  LAURIER  RETURNED  Liberals Win in the Dcrnin-  ion Elections,  SWEEPING    VICTORY  EVERY TOE  j Abjorlfy Will Probably Equal that of the Last  '   Elcctiun"-Coaservatlves   Not  la  General  It.  COMPLIMENTS TO'FAKIRS  six  per  lCxpress, gas,   telephone,   telegraph  companies,  1 Ft*lt assortment of  ?A\\Y ���'���,-���  OVERSHOES, IJTCV  Passed into Stock.  -:o:-  Our Fresh Butter and Eggs |  ARE SIJGH, not merely said "  to be.  electric light,   investment  etc., $50 for six months,  Wax Works, gymnastic, sparring or  boxing performances,, etc., $20 per  day.  This by-law also provides for a penalty ol $250 and the   amount  of the  license for infringment, on  conviction  before any two justices of the  peace.  Some of.its provisions  will probably  come up for discussion   at  the  next  meeting of the council.    The  city so-;  licitor explained that the by-law  wasj  after the pattern   laid   down   in   tin-1  statutes for the  use of niunicipalkli;.--. j  On.motion by Aldermen   Punch  and  Marshall,.it passed its fust reading.  Other Work Done.  The city   solicitor   also  submitted  "Local Improvements By-Law, No. 2,"  which was read by the clerk,   and  on  How Many Greenwood Busin:ss   Men Were  Taken in Recently.'  Last week's issue of the .Creenwood  .Miner.-had-the'tbllowing:''-^-���:--����� ;,  "It,is remarkable   the  'number of  people who will jump at any fake business -proposition-they  are   asked^ to  support.    It is a well knowfrfact" that  in order'to get  the best results  from j  advertising it is necessary to   keep  a  business, continuously before  the  investing public���not once a year,  but  everyday  in  the year.    During  the  last two weeks what is known as  the  "write-up-man" has been with   us, and j  his efforts have resulted in the issue of  the   Creenwood  Mercantile   Review,  which appeared  as a   .supplement   to  Wednesday's issue of the  Greenwood  Times.  "We have no fault to find with business men who wish to advesri.se in this  way, but would ask them to  note  the  result in trade (or the next week, then  invest the same amount in legitimate  (advertising and compare sales for  two  periods.    'The "wiite-up-man" stands  in about the.same relationship to journalism that the "gold-brick" man does  to the mercantile business, or the quack  on the corner to the licensed physican.  [ Last week the Miner refused an advertising contract from Kyrie Pros, of Toronto, lie-cause we believe that the local  jewelers could handle all the business  of the city.    The contr.-i.t was a better  one than the local  papers  have  with  either Miller Bros, or Sprott   &  Mac-  pherson.    If the business men of the  city do not support each other in   preference to outsiders they cannot expect  it to.be prosperous."  Connecticut   Delaware ';,...  Illinois...'.', .; .,  Indiana......,;  Iowa.-   Kansas   Maine..........  Maryland.. .   ...  Massachusetts.:.',  Michigan   -Minnesota.......  Nebraska   New Hampshire.,  New. Jersey. .;...'  New York',   North Dakota.  Ohio. .'..,--.....  Oregon....].....  Pennsylvania   Rhode Island..;'.  .South Dakota..  Utah..........  Vermont..". ......  Washington'   West Virginia. ..'.  Wisconsin.......  Wyoming........  it Co , valued tit $4.  Best,Sustained Gentleman Character  ���Onebox cigais, from Hugh McGuirf,  valued at $4. '",.'"  Best Lady. Waltzer.���One large  photogravure, from' Clark VH: Binns.  valued at $.).',,,  Best Gentleman Waltzer.--One box  cigars, from Harry Nash, valued at $4.  9,| ,-��� -Best, Tbpsy.���One box' candy, from  'McKae Bros. & Smith, valued at  $1,  and one pair of cuff links,   from- Alex  Henderson, valued $1.  'There' will also be'a Cakewalk danced  en.  masque   for   wl'iiclf"' a,   choice  ,0I cake will be provided.  CANDIDATE FOLEY.  '"'  6  4  ?A  J.5  J3  '5  '4  9  ��  "4  10,  .36  4  ."..-Total..".'..  1 Alabama.  Arkansas..". . .  Colorado. ... .  Florida.   Georgia   Idaho'. \\  Kentucky . ; .,.'.  Louisaiia .......  Missouri   Mississipi  Montana   Nevada.......  North Carolina.  South Carolina.  Tennessee   Texas   Virginia    Total   Bryan.  '55  Brutal Aiurder at Pean'cton.  A brutal murder took place at Pen-  ticton Saturday last, whereby an Indian named Antoine lost his life, the  perpetrators of the crime, being two  other Siwashes known as Donald  and  Edward Jack, says the Vernon News.  The deed was an atrocious one, committed in full daylight, an axe being  used as the weapon; and the murdered  man's head was cut and pounded in a  horrible manner. The murderers are  still at large, but are well known and  will probably soon be brought to justice. Dr. Morris went down yesterday to hold a coroner's inquest.  Brief Sketch of  the  Labor  Leader  for  Cariboo-Vale-Koatenay District.  The following is a .-biographical  sketch of Christopher Foley, the labdr  'candidate in the district: ,  Christopher   Foley    was . born   in  Toronto  in   1848.    F'ive years  later  his  parents  removed to "Paris,   Out.,  where he worked on his father's  farm  until 14 years of age, when he started  out in li.e for  himself,0 going  to  the  southern   part of the  United   States',  where   he  traveled  extensively', ..'until j  1866,'.when he.left the south and went  west. Reaching,the mountain country,  he commenced prospecting,  and   has  mined  and   prospected   with   varying  success from the City 01* -Mexico to the  F'raser river,   v  292 [-,"'.\njiS86; lie_rsettjed_ in.^Vancouver,  wheie he engaged in contracting,. and  succeeded by close  attention to   business   in    accumulating -considerable  money,   which he invested in Vancouver real estate.    The.panic of '93 and  the slump in real estate which accompanied   it hit Mr. 'Foley hard,   and he  was compelled to sacrifice much valuable .property and to seek  new  fields.  Two  years later be came to Rossland  and commenced as a  working  miner  in the Commander mine.    Since then  he has followed the  occupation   of a  miner and has worked in several mines  in the camp, at present being employed  in the Center Star.  He hail been  a  resident  of Ross-  land but a few months when he became  a member of Rossland Miners' Union  No. 38.    His fellow members at once  recognized his great executive ability,!  and thrust him to the  front.    Always  refusing to hold many oftces proffered  him, he has,   almost ever since his admission into the union, been a member  of the executive board, a most responsible position, and'one which often calls  for the most  hard   practical   business  sense,   which   Mr. Foley   has in a remarkable   degree,  and   his   influence  with the  Rossland- Union,   as well as  with the whole   Federation   has   been  The elections throughout the   Dominion-Wednesday rcsultcu in a sweeping victory for the lioer.ik    A lem likable feature of the tontest n.ts the tact  that every member ol the government  was returned, while every coiisenatue  leader-of an> piomineiKC, uith the exception of H.tgg 111 and Chailcs   Hib-  hert Tupper,   weie  defeated.    ILig'i  John Macdonald, who was looked upon as the coming leadcj  of the  p.mv  'was defeated In Hon. C lilToid   Suton  in Brandon,  S11   duties 'I upper  was  defeated < in Nova   Scotia,   Montague  was defeated in H.ildim.ind, and Foster  was snowed undei by Bl.ui in St John.  From the 1 etuins   mailable   it  appears that  the  tonsei\ati\es made  n  net gain of about 14 sf-ais  in   Ontaiio  and three in Manitoba.    In the   I'ei-  ritories    and ..-British   Columbia   no-  change  was made 111   the  icspettno  strength of   the   p.uties.    In   Piince  Fdward Island the hbeials made a nee  gain of one seat.    In New   Brunswick  they gained fhe.    In Nova Scotia they  gained six; and in Quebec they gained  ten.:. .These figuies give a gain of seventeen seats for the  <onsei\ati\es  as  against.a gain of twenty-two foi the liberals, which   would   make  the bbei.il  majority grcatc by five, fiom  the  iu-  turns available, than it was 111 the last  house;'  ' Result in British C Iumbla. '  New Westminster���.inlay Morrison,  liberal,:was io elected with 250 majority over Hon Edgar Dewdne\,  formerly licutenant-go\ernoi ot the  province, who made the i.ice in the  conservative interest.  Yancouvei   Is'and���Ralph   Smith,  the labor leader,  deleaved, Sloan,   independent liberal and Cine  Phillips  Wooley,   conservative.    Smiths   majority is placed at 300  Victoria���Finland Pnor, the conservative candidates, defeated Diury  Riley,and.The Mint, the hbeial com  bination. F'aileaiid Prioi's maiority  is in the neighborhood of 200, whicu  is about the same as that seemed by  them in 1896  Burrard���Polling fakes   place    on  December 6th.  Yale-Cariboo Kootenay  ���  Polling  takes place on November 21st  Result in Provinces.  Ontario. .-. ....  Quebec. ......  Nova Scotia.. .  New lirunswick.  Manitoba   British Columbia  P. 15. Island. . .  N. W. Terr..  Lib.  40  57  J5  . 10  Con.  5��'  5  3  Ind.  First Machinery For Simiiknitieen.  The,contract for the first machinery  for the  Similkamcen   was   last  week  closed between the Nickel Plate  mine  and the James Cooper  Manufacturing)  Company.     I; consists  ,-i'a  five-drill'j  Jngersoil-.-^-rg-.-an: air  ('.''nipivssiir,   re-'  ceiver, boiler, pumps,   drills,   and   all  necessary mountings, and will he shipped immediately from stock  in   Rossland.    It will be hauled   in   over   the  new 26 mile  wagon   road,   just built  fiom I'enticton.  great.    The recent  Western Federation of Miners chose  him to represent this province on the  executive board of that great organization, and in that position he hasshbwn  marked ability.  Three or lour years ayo   Mr. F'olev  'i'otal. . . ..    133        73 3  Five elections still to be held.  Liberal majorityovei  eenscnatnes 59  Liberal majority ovei  all 56  Tarts Damned British Coiunmbb.  Mr. A. K. Stuart, who   represented  British Columbia at the Pails   Lxhibi-  convention of the! tion, lately told Mr. Stephenson of Vic-  fu      All not-c-     /��  i,-vcti 1 ._.  _ " . t . t        . '.  THE^^s^-  |^2|gtthe place....  Dominion Avenue,  Phoenix, B. C  Since the completion of the snow  sheds over the tramways to'the ore  bunkers, they have been wired for  electric lights.  The Old Ironsides at the 200 and  300-foot levels, and the different workings of the Knob Hill have been wired  for electric lights.  I     Last week Old Ironsides  time was  To be erected on Corner of Old Ironsides Ave. and i,ul f cf '5 '��i��ul"i ">��re ��iaki.,�� it  J.U UH ueeutu oil vouiw wx ^ nearly three quarters ot an hour taster  First St., opposite the Graves-Williams build- than "c. p. k. time.  ilio"    Will   Contain   folir   Stores   011 First St. and      The  room  formerly   used   for  the,  two on Ironsides Ave., and offices on upper hoist at oki ?^��s��1^ -���i,'-"��1t '.'"-^ N<>- j  IWU uu J-i VJ.i.on-100   -t-i-vv^., v* j-j-        ^ is now used   as a  store  room  and  floor.    This building will be ready for occu-lumber shaping shop.   ��� j  toria, when the latter visited Paris, that  Mr. Tarte had used the   most   violent  langu.igcMii speaking of British Columbia,    lie had damned British Columbia  and said that it was a nest of agitators  -������-.., and   kickers.    Mr.   Stuart   told  Mr.  commenced the study of social  qties-j Stephenson how these words and   Mr.  lions, and that study has  placed  him j Tarte's disloyal utterances had   pained'  in the front rank of the social   and po-: him, and he regretted that he (Stuart),  litieal reformers of the Dominion.   In-! a staunch liberal, could not come home  terviewed   alter he had  accepted   the; to British   Columbia  and   record   his  nomination,   Mr. Foley  said:    "I did; vote against his narty. as   a   protest  not   want   the nomination,   but   tin-j against Mr. Tarte's outrageous actions,  when the   conven-j���News Advertiser.  ,'"  "' '""' ;      Mr. Stuart is,well known in -Green-  .... -       -; wood and   Phoenix,   having   l'ortueily  I traitor had I refused.    In accepting it! resided in the Boundary.  I I considered the cause instead of my- \  ���--������ --  j self." ! M'a! Air. Graves Said.   -..--.... j      Montreal papers received this   week  v    Picked  up Around our Alines.  Joe J. Streuel is the storekeeper for  the Miner-Graves properties.  The vicinity of the Old Tronsides  and Knob Mill mines is one of the  busiest spots in the Boundary today.  J. Ferguson, the painter,   has begun,  work on the three new cottages   being'the circumstances;  erected  by   the   Miner-Graves   syndi-i lion  asked   me   to   be  the  standard  cate. j bearer,   I would indeed  have   been   -  ��� ]'.. C Gault, a Montreal capitalist,  who. is a stockholder in the Miner-  Graves properties, was a recent visitor  to Phoenix.  I In Boundary "lines.  Native copper is reported as havini;  been encountered in the Althelst.-nr  Almost daily shipments are being made  at this pmpertv.  The War Ragle closed down temporarily last Sunday. When.it resumes it is expected that a larger force  of men will be put on.  Good progress is being made in  sinking the main shaft of'the B. C.  mine another hundred feet. The new  bunk house is also now well under  war.  pancy on or about Dec. 1st.   I am ready to  Rent or Lease stores or offices in this building.   For Terms Apply to   The ore bunkers of the Old   Ironsides.   Knob Hill and   Victoria,   with  an estimated capacity  of 8,000  are kept full all the time.  One   of   those   interested    in   the  Hartford is  authority   for  the   statement that the mine will resume active  operations in March   with   a  tons, j plant.  The main shaft on the Marguerite,  contain reports of an interview with jay  P.  Graves, general   manager   of   the  Miner-Craves syndicate.     Mr. Graves  I made the announcement that the sine!-  j ter plant will be increased as  soon   as  j the new furnaces can be built, in order  ' to provide a daily   capacity  of   1,200  tons.    Asked what was the   value  of  the lowest grade of ore which the smelter could use, he replied:  "We are mining and smelting at  a  profit all ore that has a value 01  $6   *  I ton and  upwards.''    He  added  that  shipments of matte have been sent   to  Fmgiand as well as to New York.  Part of the machinery for the  new  35-driH compressor   lor   the   Mother  1 lead wood Cam:>.   has  arrived  AGENT.  At first, when the 600 ton daily j which is controlled by the Standard  shipments commenced, the two ore Copper Company, is'now down 100  trains left Phoenix caily in the morn- feet, from which'level drifting is being and at noon. Nov.- they leave at! ing carried on to the east andwest to  neon and late in the afternoon. ' tap the ore bodies on either side.  j Lode,   Dead wood Camp,  lower; ,u tj1c m;nt._  ; ��� L. C. CrawfoJii's latest stock quota-  lions, received yesterday by wireirom  Monlu-a', quote Old Inn.sides at 7,;  and Knoii Hill at 49, the market generally having a stronger tendency. It  is s'gnifk'r.nt that nu Gran by stock can  bj oijta:n:.l-i:i Mo:n:',-u!.  m  f  i  i  -it'.  w  mi  it  mk  f*"v|  m  I  m  ,��!'-;  m  m  iff  1  wm;  QB!W  ^m/SSSSSSfSSS^ESS^^^^I^  ^^^&^^ir^^^s  ms@B^jmsBtss��s��&&  mm  will �����  '- <ll  THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  Ni-  The Phoenix Pioneer.  iw li> os SATfeiuv ��v Tin:   ,  PIOXKERPrBLTSftlXaCO.  at runistix, h. e.  (The piece wlicrctlic-wines arc.)  W. B. WILLCOX, Manager.  Columbia 'Mcpliosie, Ko. 10.  \, hoiiK. Ntloii Tclcplioilr, No, u.  si-nscKirridNS  Ptr Ve��r ,..���. ���   Si* Mulitli* ���._ ...  Tu I trrriV11 Countries......   ���,.,.,;.....$2.c��    *j>  Ifioti arc >iU a subscriber to Uiis pajwr, tliii.  lnuii lmit.itiun to jou to liecome owe.  AiHtrtfiiig rates fttriiNlictl on application,  l.ignt nolicts 10 and J cc-nN 1HT hue.  Koumccklj insertion* coni.titi.te one month1!  ���c!itiUhin��.  JSCO    NOVEMBER    1900  ever gels a chance to .put them into  effect, but there arc ?hosc who do not  think lie'ever will if his cempaign  throughout this constituency is conducted on lines similar to these. But  (xissibly he is so sure of election, that  he has votes to spare.  EDITORIAL COMMENTS.  This number completes the first  year of; the Phoenix, Pioneer. Both  new and all old unpaid subscriptions  are now due. Do not be backward  in coming forward, gentlemen.  Sun    Mob   Tues   Wed    Thu     Frl     Sal  4  ii  jS  5  12  26  6  13  20  27  /  M  21  28  I  .8  29  9  16  23  30  6  10  24  ilAbEL>  A gain of over 20 per cent, in population in ten years, in the United  States, shows a good healthy growth.  Canada will show quite as healthy a  growth when the next census is taken.  :    1.551.37?  .  'i.107.117  .V43.2��V  l,o5S,9Jl  43.334  . 41I.5KS  iVSSi.669  7.368,009  1 ,S*j| ,99;  .* 19,040  4.157.545  4'4.5J(  6.301.3<\S  ..4Mt,S56  J. 345,312  4"i ,559  2,022,723  3,048,626  276,505  '345,94i  1.S54.1S4  517,673  95S.900  a.ooS.o^j  02,351  WHAT THE SMELTER IS;D01NG.  It is pretty generally known that  the Gran by smelter at (hand Forks is  Heating upwards of 600 tons of Phoenix ore each and every day, and has  been doing so since the middle ol  October. Previous to that time the  j ('uction works handled 300 tons per  day. Phis i.s pleasant news to go  broadcast, esjiecially when it is remembered that the smelter is to be  . enlaiged at an early date, and its capacity more than {doubled.  But it is also interesting to note  vhat the smelter has done so far,' expressed in dollars and cents. Since  the second furnace was blown in, and  the 600-ton daily rate begun, the  ��vorks, it is said, have been turning out  matte at the rate of $211,200 worth  every sixty days, or $1,267,200 uer  year. This virtually means that ci ude  ore of the value of about $3,500 is  treated at the smelter each day.  < When the Miner-Graves syndicate  began working their mines'in Phoenix  camp, there were many who, knowing of  the general low grade, took them tor  1 tenderfeet, and shook their heads.'  But Mr. Graves   and  Mr.  Miner  knew what,they were about, and have  proceeded with this knowledge and the  intention to treat  large quantities of  ore at the minimum of cost'    In  this  they are succeeding to their own satis-  ' l'oction, and that of albot.Iiers inteiest-  ��d in the Boundary -country.,   They  .are making theJou: grade-mines pay,'  and will  no^v 'enlarge   their  various  lilants-al'. around, and one of these fine  .'days will begin the dividend paying era.  The campaign in the United States  was finished last Monday, and the  people registered their opinion -)t the  ballot box. As a result there will be  fcur years moie of the McKinley  administration and Mr. Bryan and his  friends are telling how it all hap|>ened.  No. 2, Vol. 1, of the labour Gazette, published by the Dominion  Government, is at hand. It is full of  infoi mation of interest to laboring  men, and is published at Ottawa  monthly at the nominal pi ice of 20  cents per yeai. It should be read by  every worker.  One smelter is running steadily in  the,Boundary at Grand Forks, and  some time after the first of the year  two others will be doing business near  Greenwood. Still a third is now projected at some point not yet settled,  and it is claimed will be running some  time in the spring.  I Mississippi   j Missouri   Montana   >'<bro��)iii: :,...  Nevada'. ,   New Hampshire..., .���..  New Jersey   New York .............   North Carolina. ,. ;:';'   North DaLoU _;,....   Ohio \  Oregon.....    I'ciiiiKyli-ntinla....... ,   Kluxle Island   South Carolina.... :..,.......   South Dakota.:..,   Ten Btexeee .....', -J..:...   Texas..:. ,.'.��� ,...���  t;tali...t..... .:....     Vermont ..........  Virgina   Washington   West Virgin!.!        Wiscoiihin   Wyoming   Total, 45 States       Territories.  Alaska   Arironu   Dist. Columbia   Hawaii      ,^',  Indian Territory  91,960  New Mexico [       ,93;.77  Oklnliomn        39��,J9S  Total, 7 Terr    1.067,313  Persons in the sei vice of the United  States- stationed abroad (estimated),  1.4,400.  The Alaskan figuies are derived  from paitial data only, and all returns  from Alaska and for certain military  oigani/ations stationed abroad, pi in  cipally in the Philippines, have not  yet been received.  To this must be added Indians untaxed as follows:  California. 1,549; Colorado, 597  Idaho, 2,297; Minnesota,'1,682; Montana, 10,746; Nevada, 1,665; New  York, 4,711; Ohio, 4,692: South Da  kota, 2,553; Wisconsin, 1,679; Alaska,  24,644; Indian Territory, 56,033; New  Mexico, 1,937; Oklahoma, 2,927.  Total 134,158.  ALDHAH & BLUNT,  .���Mini: Surveyor's,  and draughtsmen.  Phoenix, U. G.  scott & McLaren.  Contractors and LUui.nF.Ks.  , Estimates Furnished.  PHOENIX, B. C  M .637.9<>7  1900.  44,ooo  152,122  278,718  II. S. CAYLKY. W.1S. COCHRANE  CAYLEY & COCHRANE,  Solicitors, Etc.  PHOENIX,'15. C.  R.B. KERR,  Bakkistir and Solicitor,  NO'IARY I'Ulil.lC.  PHOENIX, B. C  A. E. ASHCROFT,  MININO AND CIVIL ENGINEER',.'  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR.  IIAIIKR & ASHCR01T,  Vancouver, ii. c.     (JREBNWOO0, B.  D. J. MATHESON,  INSURANCE AC.FN1,  EIRE, I.M-r,.\U-il>ENl'.  Cominlssidik'r fill Inking AlllilnviK  Phoenix, B.  The Pioneer  .Butchers  �������.  City Bakery  SUNN & MeCAGUE,  I'ROl'RIL'lORS.  V. & N. Phone, No. 4S.  Bread, Cakes, Pies, Etc., Fresh Daily.  IRONSIDES ADDITION, PHOENIX, B. C. Free Delivery  Of the Camp.  We handle all Kinds of Beef, Pork, Mutton.'and. Veal.  Also Fish, Poultry and Oysters in season;  Your Trade Solicited.   Our Prices Are Sight;  Old Ironsides Ave.        PHOENIX, B.C  fDHOBNIX  Bell's   Livery, Feed and Salt  S Stables S  HARRY HVA.U I'KOi-RiF/i-OR.  jfi Good. Saddle,  Pack and Driving Horses.   Heavy Draying. jt  Charges Reasonable.  KNOB HILL AVE, PHOENIX, B. C.  WHAT THE EDITORS SAY.  MUNICIPAL WORK BEGUN.  - East Saturday th(; cityTcouncil of  Phoenix met together ;for the fust  time, and began the work of adminis-  , tering the affairs of this place���which  is destined to become some day one of  the most important in the mining dis-  ��� triits of British Columbia.  The council i.s core��|>osed of men  whom the Pioneer believes have' the  Lest interests of Phoenix at heart���men  ��vho havemade heavy investments here  . and whose success is identified  with  that of the town.   Those with a.\es to  ��� grind will undoubtedly bring pressure  to bear'to,have the council favor them  ���to turn their grindstones, as it were.  Whether they succeed remains to be  ���seen.   ,  There are many rocks that the new  municipality should take good care to  ^ *$eer clear of: many of these can plainly  ' J>e seen, but some of them are obscur-  ' ��L   That our city fathers will have a  weather eye alert for them is certain,  and it is to be hoped that these danger  iwints will be given a wide berth.  Fortunately there are many precedents in young cities in thispart of the  province whose experience Phoenix  '���an profit bv. and the Pioneer is of the  opinion that we will profit by them.  John Houston, of the Nelson Tribune is travelling with Christopher Foley  and ^peakillg for the conservative  party.���Ft. Steele Prospector.  The way those. Boers are carrying on  indicates that it is time to let them  know all the Canadians who were at  Paardeberg are not on their way  home.���Vancouver World.  It is said that Phoenix will be a wide  open town, but, from the composition  ot the board, it is haidly probable that  the town will be run by tin-horns'.���  Greenwood Miner.  Here is a pithy item from an exchange. , "Spend your money at home.  Every dolLnr thus spent assists that  much in the growth of the town and  thus directly helps every man interested in the place. /'  The only cartoons in the world that  .are worse than the Canadian political  vatiety are the political cartoons in the  United States papers. They are all  villainous in conception and horrible  in execution.���Colonist.  Phoenix Lodge No. 28,  Knights of Pythias.  Meets every Tnenday jiight  at 8 p.m., Miners' Union Hall.  Visiting tirethren welcome.  I.. C, Ckawkohd, K. R. S.  J. A. Ci.akk, C. C.  BREWERY  JULIUS MUELLER, Proprietor.  PHOENIX  MARKET.  *�����������������+++++++++��������++++++++  I Phoenix (lews Co.  J        J. F. WALKER & CO.  X Every thing in stock that  ��� ' should be found in an U|>-to-  + date   News   and   Stationery  i establishment.  t  .     Daily Papers,  I        Magazines,  p       Books,  ��        Stationery,   '  t        Pipes,  Tobaccos and  Cigars.  w  I  t\  t  4  I  Extra Fine  LAGER BEER  Patronize home Industry and  drink Phoenix Beer.  Cor. Standard Avenue and Banner Street.  PHOENIX, RC.  ���<H>C>P<><><>0<>OOOOO<><>OO<>0^<H>O^  P. Burns & Co.  Hfc.AU OKFiCK FOR ItOUNDAKY CREEK, r.REF.XWOOD, I). C.  HKAUyUAR I J- RS, NKI.S0N, II. C.  .... MM Ml toil M Herctoils.  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,  Silverton, New Denver, Ymir, Salmo, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Miduav, Niagara and Phoenix.  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  All orders receive prompt attention.  -��  HOTEL UNION  Cor. Dominion Ave. and tanner St.  PHOENIX, B.C.,  (Opposite Miners' Union Hall)  This Hotel is Hard Finished I Bar Furnished with the Fin-  Conveniently Arranged,     j est of Goods.  Graham & Prendergast, Props.  it\  A telegram from Berlin, Ont, says  that it looks very much as if Jos. Seagram will be returned by acclamation  in North Waterloo. Seagram is as  popular in British Columbia as in  Waterloo.���Cranbrook 1 ierafd,  Canada is to have a mint and the  Vancouver Piovince grows delirious  shouting for its erection in that city.  What js the matter with building it in  New Denver? This paper was the  first to advocate the establishment 01 a  mint in Canada.���New Denver Ledge.  That Sir Wilfred Laurier will again  sweep the country and be returned to  power with an overwhelming majority  is conceded by every reasonable man  who has any knowledge of the political  conditions in the east and whose understanding is not clouded by party  prejudice.���Rossland Miner.  CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES.  I  DOMINION AVENUE  Phoenix, B. C.  Agts. for Spokesman-Review  THE LIBERA.. WAV.  In accordance with insti uctions from  the Phoenix Board of Trade, the sec  fetary of tJwt organization  wrote the  liberal candidate in this constituency,  W, A. GalJiher, of Nelson, requesting  liis good offices in aiding Phoenix to  secure the location here of a customs  xmd revenue officer���which are much  ;ieeded by   our   business   men, and  which have been promised.  ,  Mr, Galliher, through his campaign  *ecr,��ia>y, IL  W.  R.'Moore,  replied  tkte ifif elected,   he  intends to visit  Phoenix together with o'ther- centres,  '" #nd then I����pleaded to confer with your  ,J)oara ci trade, f& .that he may be in a  position to urge tlve nuatier the more  SnteiligenUy  jon    ��he .authorities   at  The people of Phoenix will apjireci-  ��tf! Mr, UaUlheVa eflwris, suiely;i,  �� -  Shows an Increase of 21 Percent in Ten years  Time.  A recent dispatch from Washington  says that the official announcement of  the total population of the United  States for 1900 is 76,295,220, of which  74)637>9��7 are contained in the 45  states, representing approximately the  population to be used for apportionment purposes. There is a total of  s34.i58 Indians not taxed.  The total population is 1890, with  which the aggregate population of'the  present censns should be compared,  was 63,039,756. Taking the 1890  population as a basis, there has been a  gain in population of 13,225,464 during the past ten years, representing an  increase of nearly 21 per cent.  The tabulated statement shows that  the population of New York state is  7,268,009, against 5.997,853 in 1890.  The number of Indians in the state  not taxed is 4,771.  Following aie the tabulated  figures:  sta'e 1900.  Alabama    ^828,697  Arkansas��� .".  i^,,,^  California    1.485,003  Colorado _     539,700  Connecticut....". _ _     908,355  Delaware _      ,te|73s  Florida _       5*8,492  Georgia.    3,316,329  Idl>l'o       161,771  ""O'S    4,821,550  I'xliana , ....   2,516,463  Io>���    a,"5,829  Kansas. _    1,46.3,496  Kentucky. _    3,147,174  Louisiana ,    1,381,627  srai��e       654,356  Maryland..    1,180^62  Mauacnwe'.ls._  ..   3,80; ,346  McliifiiTi.    2,419,782  -i ���U, ��� '���,.,   ,  ���+���������+������������ ��� ���,���+ + ����������������+����������  PHOENIX  BAKERY.  C. W. Greer', Propr.,  Is making I.iglit, Sweet and Wholesome  Ilrcatl, French, Rye or Graham. Leave  jour orders nt the  SHOP:  PHOENIX STREET,  REAR MORRIN & THOMPSON,  PHOENIX, B.' C.  Carpets and Linoleums s,  l * '-We have a fine line in all qualities and styles.  It will pay you to examine and get prices.  In Furniture--  We are constantly receiving the latest, from!  the finest to the cheapest.  CLARK & BINNS,  Furniture, Carpets and Undertaking,  OLD IRONSIDES AVE. - - PHOENIX, B.  C.  VICTORIA HOUSE  i Leading Hotel of Phoenix. I  Everything First Class, Electric Lighted, Electric  Bells, Free Sample Rooms, Finest Liquors and  Cigars.  B- C. HOTEL CO, Ltd., Props,  ij. BERK WAN, Maxagkr.  Old Ironsides Avenue,    -      -     PHOENIX, B. C.  Hotel Phoenix,  DOMINION AVE., PHOENIX, B. C.  The Pioneer Hotel.  Finest-Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars always in Stock  Comfortable and well Furnished Rooms.  First-Class Dining Room and Attentive Waiters.  HARRY NASH, Prop.  1EVUE  Mrs. Wm. Dclahay  Fashionable Dressmaking  Knob Hill Ave.   Phoenix, B. C  This hotel i"s centrally located, newly built and  newly furnished throughout. Everything is first  class.    Bar stocked with the finest.       :       :       ;  EDWARD SIMPSON, Prop.  The Drib (oM��i HMf lip (o^iiy. Limited.  R. GREIGER, Managtr.  AGENTS FOR  Complete line orilar Sunplies.  .GREENWOOD, B. C.  Residence, opposite Maudel  & Murphy's livery stable.  Dominion Ave,  Phoenix. B. C  �����c��etoi-ccci  FOR A SQUARK  M��AI. GO TO....  .Hotel  G A. McClttng & Co.,  ."....DEALERS IN   HAY, GRAIN, FEED, Etc.  Phoenix Stage Line.  Makes Two Bound Trips Daily Between Phoenix  and Greenwood.  Leaves Phoenix at 7.45 a. m. and 1.30 p. m.   Phoenix Time.  Leaves Greenwood at 9:00 a. m. and 4:00 p.m.  Green-  wood Time.   Sundays, leaves Phoenix at S:i 5 a. m.  and Greenwood at 10:30 a. in.  McINTYRE & McDONALD. Props.  The Wm. Hamilton Manufacturing Company,  Limited.  Fine Wines, Liquors,  and Cigars.  C. W. Thompson & Co.  PROPRIETORS.  Meals at All Hours.  The Best the Market   Affords   All of our goods are now arriving b}' rail to Phoenix and we are, therefore, prepared to quote right  prices. No need to go to Greenwood or elsewhere.  Let us give 3-011 figures.    Wheat just received.  00006 C&as. A. McQtjflg & Co.  Standard  Atemte.  Peterborough, Ont.,  ....*. CANADA*......  PALACE HOTEL ^S^  First Street, near Knob Hill ave., Phoenix,  B. C.  Finest of Wines, Liquors and Ggars. Open Day and Ni^ht  KEYES & DELISLE        -        -       Proprietors.&  SMOKE  Dominion  Avenue,  ��1M��I5        Phoenix, B. C. %  PHOENIX LAUNDRY.      ^  1  LAWRENCE & WATSON, Props.  Best of work guaranteed.     Specialty of White Shuts.  Basement Miller Blk., Dominion Av.  GOOD CALLED FOR  AND DELIVERED.  Take the PIONEER, get the News  " Kootenay Belle" and  "Little Gem" Cigars.  UNION MADE by  KOOTENAY CIGAR MFG. CO., of Nelson, B. C.'  . Set Hint Hie BI,UE Label is on each Box  BM����JJ'���W1U ���'JAJ.uJJJJWWMWBfcWIMM CITY COUNCIL MEETS  Organized for Business Last  Saturday.  r. B. KER9 CHOSEN CITY SOLICITOR  Sew Aldermen (Jet Down to Buslaeig at Once,  and Appelated W. K. Williams as Police  Magistrate.  Alderman Marshall gave notice that  he would introduce a Dog Tax by-law  at the next meeting. ,��� He sjwkc feelingly on the subject.  The city clerk was authorized to  secure needed stationery, set of books  and a corporation seal.  Quite a number of the sneriators  present came with the 'exjwetatioh of  hearing the introduction ot the Liquor  License by-law, which was postponed  till the next meeting;   -,''.'.  Council adjourned to meet Wednesday evening.  SKETCHES OF NOW OFFICIALS.  Mayor  and  Last Saturday afternoon the first  session of'the first city council of Phoenix was held nt the'old'log school-  house at two o'clock. Mayor Rum-  bcn;er and Aldermen Mcllean, Melnnis, Marshall, Clark, Punch and  ..Morrin were sworn into office by  I'justice of the Peace Williams. Then  the council proceeded to get down to  business. ���  The first item on the programme was  ���choosing a clerk protein, and Alder-  iinan McUean was asked  to fill  the  | position till a city clerk was regularly  f-appointed.  On motion by Aldermen Punch and  iMcIiinis, R. H-. Kerr was chosen city  Jicitor at. a salary of $25 per month.  |j\jr, Kerr explained that.he only accept-  fed the position at this figure in view of  stlie special circumstances of the case.  On motion by Aldermen Marshall  fand Punch, W. R. Williams was selected as police magistrate till January,  Sat a salary of $25 jxir month���which  lamount he agreed to return to the city  {treasury.  The clerk then read the following  applications for the positions of clerk,  [chief of police and assessor and collec-  W: ' -. ��.-,       ���'���'���[  'Y0111 ,G. J. Wallace, for clerk, assess-1  fcrand collector.  From J. E. Mills for clerk,  p'rom 'J'. I'. McDowell for clerk.  Prom W. L. Russell for chief  of  &x)Iice. ��������� '  .  From Oougald McMillan for clerk,  J&ief of police, assessor and collector.  On motion by Aldermen Punch and  [Marshall, the applications were ,laid  iter till the next meeting.  Notice was given that the following  pjy-laws would be introduced at the  (next meeting, and the city solicitor  was requested to draft same: Loan  jhy-law, Liquor License by-law, Street  jby-latv, Fire Protection by-law, Im-  jprovemerit by-law, Traders License  ���by-law, Proceedure by-law, Police and  [Sanitary by-laws.-: ���.  A   delegation   from   the   Phoenix  ���Licensed Victuallers' Association ap-  ||iearecl before the council, and through  jtheir spokesman, J. Berkmah, present-  l^cI a petition requesting thei-council, to  'imit the Ittiuor: licenses to the present  lumber in farce, in the municipal limits,  Ihich is 14.   Mr. lJcrkman spoke at  ength in support of the petition., On  notion o( AIdermen Punch  and Mar-  fiall the petition   was   received and  paced, on file.  By permission of the mayor Mr.  lerkmaii also addressed the council  fa the need of a waterworks system,  ���socially at his end of town. ^ ';';-  On motion of Aldermen Punch and  Melnnis the clerk was instructed to  Ipply to the government at orice for  [lie amount of cash paid in for licenses  lince July 1 st, which the 'lieutenant-'  governor is empowered-"'to'- refund, to  flie city.  His worship appointed Aldermen  Melnnis, Clark and.Morrin as a com-  jnitcee to secure information as to the  imount paid in here for traders' and  liquor licenses and for land tax.  The council then adjourned till  Monday evening at 8 o'clock, Phoenix  pnie. '   ,-��� '  Something Personal of Our  Six Alderman.  Gkokok. W. Ru.MBi:Kt;KR.--Mayor  Rumbtrgcr was born in Pennsylvania  in April, 1863, and in later years  lived in Kansas, Colorado, Idaho and  Washington,-, He came to jiritish Columbia and Phoenix in 1891, where he  located \vhat are now some of the  most valuable mines in this camp.  He was one of the-pioneers- of Boun-  ary, and. his |>opularity is: attested by  the fact that he was elected to his present office by acclamation. Mr. 'Rum-  berger is a large real estate owner in  Phoenix and still has extensive mining  interests here. He will undoubtedly  make a good chief executive for the  new municipality, being.brbad minded  and of good judgment.  Michaki. McBkan.���Mr. McHcan  is the youngest mail in the council,  and a native of Inverness, Scotland,  where he was born May 29, /S70,  He came to Canada in 1894, and  resided ;it Georgetown, Ont., and  Toronto for a number of, years. He  arrived in Phoenix in February, 1900,  where he is now well known as be-  ing.a successful dry goods merchant,  he having been brought up in this line  of trade.  " ,-'-Jam'ks A. Ci.AKK.--Mr. Clark, who  is the senior member of the firm of  Clark & Binns, was bom at Inger-  sol, Ont, October 5, 1865.With his  partner, Noble Binns, he has built up  a good business in furniture,. etc., at  Trail. Mr. Clark, who is a single  man, has been a resident of Pnoenix  for the last year, and, is one of  this city's successful business men.  His partner has charge of the house  in Trail. -,;"  Got Rich Throusb Mines.  An exchange observes1 that the every  rich men in the United States Senate  made their fortunes from mines. Senator Clark of Montai.a, by odds che  richest man in congress, worth anywhere from $100,000,000 to twice  that, made all his monev in mines.  Senator Hanna's $12,000,000 is largelv  derived Irom iron mines., Senator  Jones of Nevada is worth $10,000,000  "1 gold and silver mines. Senator  Rlkins, of West Virginia,''is rated at  $7,000,000, mostly made in coal and  iron mining operations. McConnell,  from Scianton district, is the richest  man in the house. His wealth is  estimated at $20,000,000 and was all  dug out of coal mines in Pennsylvania.  Why Willie Slayed at Home.  A teacher in a certain school recently received the following note from the  mother of a boy who had been absent  for a day or two, "Here Mam���plese  eggscuse Willy. He diden't,-hav but  one pare of trowsers. am'I ke'p him  home to wash aii'mend them/and Mrs.  O'toole's cow came and et them up off  the line, and that awt to be eggscuse  enuff. goodness- nose. Yours with  respeck.���Mr. J5."  For Rent.  For rent, lanjc residence, suitable for  lodging house, on the New York town-  site.    Apply to  I.. C. Crawford.  Heretofore candles and some other  supplies have been purchased in car  loads for the mines in,Phoenix, It is  expected that lubricating oil will also  now be obtained in the same wholesale manner.  DR. MACDONALD,  Dentist.  . Craduate I'cnnnylvaiiin  Surgery, Philadelphia)  College  of -Denial  Melnnis  '" 1853  Dougald McIknis;���Mr.  was born at Ottawa,. Ont,  and for 23 years has been in the west,  16 of which he has spent in and  around the Boundary country. He is  a member of the firm of Vaughan'&  Melnnis, the well known butchers, in  which business he has been for 10  years, in, connection with farming.  He is one of the substantial citizens  of I'hoenix, and has a.host of friends  everywhere.  ��� James Marshall.��� Alderman  Marshall w-as born at Dalkeith, Scotland, in. 1864, and after living in various parts of the United States, ht  came to British Columbia in 1882,  and to the Boundary in the spring of  1895. He is a real estate and mine  owner in Phoenix camp and is an  earnest worJcer in the ranks of labor.  He was the first president of Phoenix  Miners'Union No. S, and after returning from a trip to Scotland last  summer, was again elected president of  the union.  Office in Hhead'n Illock.  C-rand Forks, B. C  Telephone 90, Vernon and Nelson.  Notice.  Take notice (hat at the first meeting or the  licenae commissioners fur the City of I'lioenix,  held after the expiration of 3oditj-K from the first  publication of (his notice, the undersigned will  apply for n hotel license for the premise* to be  known as the "Mint Hold", situate on the south  side ofDotniiiioii avenue in lot 6 in block 1 in the  said City of I'hoenix.  Dated at Phoenix the 2nd of November, t9oo,  Ciias Thompson & Co.  Phoenix Mill Sen Ice.  Office hours, S a. m. to 7 p. in.  Malls close for Grand Porks, Greenwood, Rossland. Nelson, Eastern United estates and Coast  points daily (except Sunday) at 7:15 a. m.  For Midway, Camp McKinney and Fairview on  Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7:15 a. 111.  Mails due frum ull points at 10:30 n, 111.  I). J. Matiikho.v, ���  , 1'ostinaKter.  Notice.  Thirty days from date I intend to apply to the  license commissioners of the corporation of the  City of Phoenix, for permission to sell liquor nt  retail on the premises known as the Central hotel,  lienr First street oii'Aetiia avenue, lieing on lots  8 mid 9; block 17, Old Ironsides subdivision.  54.    -'"��� ,M.-II.KAXK.  TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.  d. McMillan chosen clerk.  ���ndl Held the  Second Session Monday  Evening.  bast Monday evening at 8 o'clock  gie city council held its second session  jt the school house, first holding a.  |aucus. There was a large' attendance  spectators when business began.  [he lull board and the mayor were  fescnt. .'      .'    ...-  i After the adoption of the minutes  I Vle P.rev'ous meeting, the clerk  fa- applications f5r the. position of  i^Je^fromU-L., RUSSell,  M"J^"f' ''^McDowell, G; J.  fill-in ' S"��l>son and I). Mc-  On  motion by Aldermen  Punch  CrV;^?In1",?'Mr-McMillan was eiec-  ^icy clerk by a unanimous vote.  H��� ... .���     .   '   " "iiaiiiinous   vote.  Id"!0.'���^ Aldermen  Marshall  '"�� the   salary   of the  city  fid Morri  ^wasfivedatjtoopermonth^it  Ind co]W.��f ��hlCf ��r Poltce, as.se.ssor  |nj collector as soon asalificd  A   nneii Morrin and Punch wished  ioS h���      ^"^  of city clerk at  ffindIMa r,t0n   b? Aldermen  ^of^Sfe^be,ng|,'75  ^toMcerta,in'the amount ,��id in  Provincial  government,   Iiad  5th or *r ���        $7S each 0���� A"g"st  -��r$r'��S�� m all; that the traders-  amounted  to  about  $i8o,  .-iJoiiH A. Morrin.���Mr. Morrin is  a native of the Province of Quebec,  having been born near-Montreal in  theyeari86g. For a number of  years he was in the grain business in  Manitoba and , the Northwest Territories, coming to the Boundary country in April, 1899. . In August r-f the  same year he came to Phoenix, formed  a partnership with J. E. W. Thompson, and has since been the head of,  a most successful general merchandise  business. Mr. Morrin is quiet and  unassuming, but a good business man.  James Punch.���Mr. Punch may  be said to be the father of the council,  being the.oldest member, in the election last week receiving the largest  number of votes. He was born in  Antigonish, Nova Scotia, in 1S42, and  came to British Columbia in, 1870.  Residing at New Westminister for a  number of 'years, he held important |x>-  sitions. For.-two years he was in the  Dominion Government service, having been superintendent of the telegraph construction to Barkerville. For  several years he was a member of the  provincial legislature, and has had  considerable experience also in municipal matters. It will be four years  next March since Mr. Punch first  came to the Boundary and Phoenix.  He will be a most valuable member of  the City Council, where his past experience in this line will stand him in  good stead.  Business men and others of Phoenix and  vicinity are hereby requested to exercise discretion as to the employment of non-union carpenters; as otherwise, it may be considered  necessary to place those delinquent in this respect on the unfair list.  (Signed)   THOS. CORNF.R.  Recording Secretary  of r.ocal Uion No, 61S. of the United tlrother-  hood of Carpenters and Joiners of America.  Thenliovcis heartily- endorsed'bv the r.oca!  Union of the Western Federation of*Miners.  (Signed) JOHN RIORDAN.  Secretary of  Phoenix Miners' Union.  JAMKS MARSHAU.,  .      ��� . ��� President.  (Signed.) FALT. TOPFFKR,  Secretary of  Phoenix Cooks'ann WaitcrsMlnion.  CHAS. THOMPSON.  President.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK;  Golden   Kagle Mineral Claim, situate   in   the  Kettle Kiver mining division of Yale district.  Where located:���Greenwood cnn;p,e.ist and adjoining the Steinwiiider mineral claim, Lot 558.  Take notice that I, W. K. Williams, of Phoenix,  II., C, Free Miner's Certificate No. 112969s for myself and as agent for Donald I). Mann, Free  Miner's Certificate No. S654 A., Geo. A. Cox, Free  Miner's Certificate No. H 39S96 and Donald A.  Cameron, Free Miner's Certificate No. II 2966S, intend, sixty davs 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 of Improvements.  Dated this 15th day of September, A. I)., low.  54 w. R. Williams.  for  f^jng$1,180,.all told".  o.k of0;!?1 the"-IW***** to the  olie��fon^omn^nding. Iice���sc and  Bicn K 7  government       "  11 A,Iarsha". Punch and  Alder-  fcre Placed'iri * ".v-" .ana Melnnis  N'oibStinoi��'��ation(and on a  lloctcd   ?   ke"' U,e first two were  l��o.!Unfftiafion   by   'he city  ind firs rSdina   VS' ti,eirintrociuctio.,  letting       "S was Postponed till next  Taking Prizes at Paris.  Mi's. W. J. Porter, of Phoenix, has  received a letter from Mrs. J.T.. Wilkinson, who is taking in the sights of  the Paris Exposition, in which th.it  lady goes into raptures over the great  show. Mrs, Wilkiiisbn, whose husband is the famous newwspaper correspondent, "Wings," says that while  the fair may not be a success financially, it certainly is in every other way.  The Canadian exhibit has been  awarded a great many prizes and medals, especially in forestry and minerals.  The mineral section from -British Columbia has a splendid display. Mrs.  Wilkinson agreed with others that  Paris is the most citified city that she  had ever visited.  We can print for you  Letterheads, Envelopes, Memo  Forms,  Delivery Books, Invoices,  Cards,  Business  t So. far nearly 2,500 feet of boring  has been done by Contractor Stone,  with his diamond drill in the Victoria.  While the results are not given out,  they are understood to be very satisfactory to the management of the  Miner-Graves syndicate.  Everything in fact,  As cheaply, neatly and quickly  As anyone else.  Call us up bv telephone, (V. &N., No.  or Colnmbia No. 10) and we  14  will staid around; or if you  prefer^ it.   call on lis.  Pioneer Publishing Co.,  Phoenix, B:C.  n Now that elections are  over and exeitement past,  you are liable to a fierce:  cold. Protect 3'ourself by  calling at  a. p. Mckenzie & co's  Drug Store and they will  fix you up.  We carry a full line of;  everything     in    Patent  Medicine, Soaps; Perfumes, Etc.  -AT-  I P. ilcltenzie 1 Co.  DRUGGISTS.  Night Hell.     ������'  Vernon & Nelson Telephone 17.  CWDtANM  V ?A.ClFrC -fW  AND SOO LINE.  STII.I, CONTINUK TO 0PKRATM  The Best appointed and equipped Hostlery in the Jloundary Country  C.W. ABBOTT, Prop. Dominion Ave., Phoenix, B. C.  This popular hotel has licen refitted refurnished mid thoroughly overhauled throughout, and fur.  nished with all the t-.iorjeri. hotel coiivcuieiices. I.o.  calami Long DIkUnee Telrplxua- connectloii with  the officr���and is headquarters fur Stage, and Rnil  way traffic; ami ijvery nttentiou is given to the comfort and convenience of patrons, Tile hotel has lieen  enlarged by the addition of fift'eeii nicely furnished  rooms and an Up-to-date MUSIC HAM..  The Best  LIQUORS,  The "est CIGARS.  Importkd anil Domkstic  [ Comfortable - Sample - Rooms,  For  Commercial Travelers.  'i't.~ ���..i.i:_-���.t..-.-...   :  t  BANK Oi; COMMERCE  HEAD OFFICE: TOMNTO.  , listablished 1867.  PAID-UP-CAPITAL $6,0000.00.  [Six Million Dollars.]  Rl.ST. . ..;... j-.'-;,;". ..... $1,000,000  President....... Hon. Gko. A. Cox;  Ceneral Manager.....]{. E. Wai.kkr.  Ass t. (Jen'l Manager.J.H. Plummkr.  I'he public patronage respectfully solicited,  We aim to retain pur present  laruc trade and deserve more.  <��<��<��<��<*<��;  'Uj'vixKarM  OOOO0OO0OO��X>6OO0CKX>O0CK)OCKJ60Oe^^  GREKNWOOD^ANn PHOENIX, IL C.  o  ���~SOI.EAGF.NTS FOR THi:���  Lion Brewing Co.  Of Rossland, the  Largest Brewery in British Columbia.  ��� KNEKAI,  KXFORT -AGENTS   Blue Label R^;IN  Setters  Natural   Mineral Water  WiKSHADKN, (jKR.MANV.  J AS. iMcCREATH & CO.. Props.  9OOO0CK)O00O0O0O0OOC��O000O000OO0OOO0O000(KKK)000O0O00e)O  Tirsf=Ctass 5Jeeper>.  -ON At,r. TRAINS FROM-  Rcvclstoke and  Kootcnay Udg.  also TOURIST CARS passim:  Diinmore Jet., Daily for St.  Paul   Saturdays for Montreal,and Boston, Mondays  and Thursdays for Toronto.    ���  Same cars pass Revclstoke one day earlier.  , No trouble to quote rates and give you a pointer regarding the Kastern trip you coiiteiniilate  taking. .,-���:.  For Time-tables, rates  and   full iiiforuialioii  call on or address nearest local agent, or  K. R. RKDPATH Greenwood.  O. II. BF.CKF.R, agent; Kholt. ,  W.F.Andkrsok,   '    E.J.Covi.i-.,  ���Trav. Pass. Agent, A.(!.P.Agt.  Nelson, B.C.  .Vancouver, B.C.  Hotel  , This bank has the largest number of  branches of any bank in Canada, with  agencies at New; York, Chicago, New  Orleans^ Skagway and Dawsr n City.  Accounts of Corporations,^ferchants  and Individuals received oh favorable,  terms.. -' -   ; .-'',' .;'������'.t. ���' ;\{. ;���������  Drafts; Commercial Credits,-Travelers'. Credits and Circular Notes issued  available in any part of the world.  Approved Notes Discounted; Collections made.,, '.:. ���'���������", .-'������".;��� .'.: ���;...;';���'  A general Banking business' train:  sacted.,.,.   ,   t . -,..; ���������'������.'���.i!,:  Greenwood Branch,  DA; CAMERON,  Manajer.  MARKTRAGy  Cit^ Scavenger.  All orders promptly attended to.  Office, Standard Ave.,  PHOENIX, B.C  ALMSTROM &JJERG, Props.  Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  DOMINION AVENUE, -       -       -       -       PHOENIX, B..-C.  The.  Maple  Choice wines, Hectors, and cigars always in stock.  Board b}' day or week. One trial and 3'ou will remember  The Maple Leaf Forever.      ,'���,?.'  J. Mandcl, Ptop.  OLD IRONSIDES AVE.  PHOENIX, B.C.  Tic Yaie-Golambia Lumber Go#  -���������h: ��� LIMITED;-' "' '-��� :'-:  i .-.���-..'.-        . ,       - -'.'���-"-.  ^..: Manufacturers of all kinds of -  Roagh and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles,  Motxldings and Taniings.  Our Prf.sent Mux and Yards are Located as Follows:  Nakusp............ mill and yard  Robson............   "     "     "  Rossland..    "     "      "'  Ymir....  "     " v "  ���Greenwood���Gen'I office���mill and  yards.  Phoenix.-....  Eholt No. r.,  Eholt No. 2..  Dead wood...  Rock Creek..  I.on�� Lake..  '.'���. .mill and yard.  EASTERN  s  KSTAHI.ISHICI) 1859. V  Cf\PITAL   -.."'... -   -   -    $1,500,000  RESERVE FUND   -   ,-'.,.'$900,000"���  ���I) HOARD OF. DIRICCTORS:  K. W.'IIknkkkk, President, HON. M.' II; Cocu-  KANK, Vice-Pres., tsniel Wood, J. H. Mitchell.  ('.. Stevens,  J. N. Cnler,,N. W-Thotnai;; C II.'  Kitthau, II. II. Ilrotvn, Q, C.  IIKAD OFF1CK, SIIKRUROOKK, P. Q.  Wm. Fakwki.i., Oen'l Mgr., ,S. Kim:km., Local  Mgr.; S. F. Mokkv, Urancli Insjiector.      c  ,HKANCIII{S.  Waterloo, W. I. IlrlRgs, Manager.  Stanstcad, S. Stevens;       "  Con-anvilie, J. Mackiuuon, Manager.  Coaticook, II. Austin, Manager: '  Kichmond, \V. I,, rtnll,      "  Oraiiby, W. II. Robinson, "  Ilcdford, K. \V. Morgan,    "'/���:-,'  ���   Mngog, K. p. Oliver,    ���     " .'  St. Hyaciiithe, J, K. La Framboise, Mgr.  Huntingdon, 1{. X. Robinson, Mgr.  Ornistown, If. T.Williams. Mgr.  Grand Forks, li.C, J.W. Macioiighlin, Mgr.  I'hoenix^ II. C, Wm. Spier, Mgr.  Agents hi Montreal! Hank of Montreal; London, Hug,, National Iluuk of Scotland; boston,  National Kxchange Bank; New York, National  Park Bank.  Collections made at all accessible points.  Drafts issued for any required amounts', good in  all points in Canada, U. S. and Kurope. Kxchange bought and sold.  Savings Ilranch Department at each office.  Interest nllon-ed from date of deposit and compounded annually without requiring attention u��  deiMMitor.  Office Hours: 10-3; Saturday from 10 to u.  We are also prepared to deliver lumber to any mining camp.  Our Company js enabled to Supply any order without delay  PHOENIX ANOTHER BUTTE  Is Already the Second Camp in Ore Shipments  in British Columbia.  The following facts about Phoenix tell the story of what capital has already accomplished in the chief  niinin" 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 in the very heart of the town, are  alone shipping 600 tons daily, or 4,200 tons per week.  The B. C. mine i.s shipping 150 tons daily, or over 1,000 tons weekly.  Other properties, such as the Golden Crown, Winnipeg, Athelstau, 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,  A. HENDERSON,  Th.e   Watchmaker   and  Jeweler, is doing the��fin-  est. quality of   work  in .  the Boundary country.  Give us a call when your  watch or clock is "out of  whack," or 3'ou need anything in the Jewelry line.  Dominion Ave., Phoenix, B. C.  MUSTARD 0|L  LINIMENT,  FOR SALIC ONLY I)V  J. B. BOYLE,  Graves - Williams = Block,  ���PIIOKMX, U- C.���  Vernon &, Nelson Phone iS.  G. W. RUMBERGER,  Dominion Ave.,  Phoenix, B. C.  ���oeaeeoea��0*a����e����ca��e����ee  ��� I  I Smoke :  IKELOWNA ���  CIGARS,  o   o  ��� UNION MADE        %  ��� .       . 2  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaranteed.    Import-   j  ed Goods.  KINK HOOTS AND SHOES MADE TO  ORDER.  PRACTICAL   MINERS'  AND   PROSPECTORS' SHOES   A  SPECIAL'! V.       J  Corner Phoenix St. and Brookljn Ave.  '���   ^ "*.' "'iSii^"-.�� "'- -**��*  ���'  ���v% i.".-'   ������ -�������� ,��w-yJ,T*' *#*'_*���!,^,���ff���,^^, ".pjef*-��� "e-wNia*-*'*  ��� v^v^Mtei^'^l  .';:W-|S||iaiii  '^f:lilil��  ���-,';- . ���������-".i>*i','-5flttrfiSSi?��  ::'���:'��� ���"'- M ^#?'SPi  "  "';;',^P lf#��8  ii mm  fi  1  S;|||jlil^  '���"��� ��� '���"' <w -AiSf i"jitT;-*i-ti-;-.  s^Wwif'tMm  ''',--';'J^}';-:*M:';'S^,',,wJ  i,i,-.rsti-"i'V-'v.-5.Wi'i*:.,  ���������������'...���..^Ipfc^.'-i.w.aisv..  ';"',iv'V-;ii ���  ��� .������������>."���#..,.-- , .,,  lili  PltfS^'i-'  '%&ki:  m  m  "���'.'i-i,;-:'..i;  ::!!���  :if'  '   ��� '-���-.TiZ<  ,T1JV3  K ��jM4i��f'  -, 9UMW uW^M M  ;irvr34  -<f;'OT,  ��� ���aa  ,JP'  "Ma  "yi   - ���  vv,f,  ���/������j' "���  slip'   ��� '  3-  Ife'  t#Rt  in-'  ���n-t-  &i  it-  , J'  i, j.  fill; PHOT-NIX PIONEER.  GROCERIES and MEN'S FURNISHINGS.  We hate a new Clean Stork of Siaple and Eantv Gioroiies  Wo unite the ptiblit to call and inspet t.    U ill Gunantee to  Spe. i.il .itiL'iit.on m Hotel and laiivh tiailo.  'I Old Ironsides Axcnti  Clothing,   Pools,  khues  he s.uisl.K tion, whether voiir  ���'and   Men's  l-'ti;  order be lar^c  and First Street���P'raves-Williams'Block  H. J. McQUAlD, Mgr.  MAE BROS. &  SMITH,  -DJ.M.LR-5   IV���  Cigars,  Tobaccos,  Confectionery,  Blank Boohs.  O���O  COMPLETE  -; NEWS-i  o���o  -; DEPOT  Oiaves-William  a Block.  '  PHOENIX, B.C.  j   The Local Grist*   I  i j  Monday uaslhe anniversary ol Guy  ]���'.!�� kes day.  George li. Naden, ol* Greenwood,  was in u>wn Wednesday, enroute to  Wellington camp.  Ucmy Lynch, foteuian of the Golden Ciuuii, left Thuisday for a three  weeks' iiip to Spokane.  This week (he new and complete  hot aii heating appaiatus was installed  in the Vicioii.i  Mouse.  The Hutte Concert hall opened up  last night, with a female orchestra,  the admission being fiee.  Geoige Finley, was put in chaige of  finishing the ti.iil to White's camp,  this week \ice W. J. Sandeis.  I)i. McDonald will be at his dental  offices in the Giaves-Williams block  liom Nmembei 10th to 14th.  Laige collection "of sheet music at  5, 10- and 15 cents at Greenwood  Music Store,  As soon as the lumber order ai lives,  rontiactois Stott & McLaren will staiL  erecting the new Presbyteiian church.  Ralph Sinailes, of the fiim of Rendell  & Co., Greenwood, who is a Phoeni.s  propei ty holder, was in town Wednesday.  .Stanley A. Easton, formerly supeiin-  lendent of the Gold   Uioj*,* in  this  ramp, ii now 'visiting his  brother at  .  Bei kelev, Cal.    '   .     \  The Greenwood kickers .wished  to  arranges football1 game with the Old  Ironsides team this-weekj but wdienbl  'able to do so. \  1 The Dqminion ' Evpiess   Co.   has  , opened .1 money order office with Geo.  Ii I)ey�� the jeweler,, i���� tjie'Giaves-  VVtUiains block.      \     < ���'     \  -    AbVed'AIcMniari*,.leather,of^.'A. J.'  'i McMillan';', managing, director * of the  Snow-shoe, has been, spending several  ' days at the mine.  Contractor Drever started work,this  week clearing ground lor  the skating  link, whicli will be considerable laiger  ' than the'tennis court.> ,  ���   A tiiple   compartment shaft is be-  ,    ing sunk by the Cariboo Co.npany in  in Camp McKinney.      Lively times  are expected there this winter.  '   Christmas eve the White Cooks and  "Waitei's Union No.   124, ,W. L. U.,  'of Phoenix, will give a ball, for which  preparations are already   being  made.  Last Monday   the Granby smelter  at Grarjd Porks broke all  records  by  " Mnelting 656 tons of ore in  24 hours.  Its guaranteed capacity is 500 tons'pei  day.  , -    Those'who claim to be in a   posi  4tion to'know,   assert   that   both   the  Winnipeg and Golden Crown will be  working lull forces again by the first oi  January.  Duncan Ross, editor of the Greenwood Times, who was in town Wednesday, says'the Greenwood smelter  will notvstart up till some time in  January.     -    - ,'-  During the occupation of the school-  house by the city council last Wednesday evening, Rev. W. A. Robins, of  Greenwood.was unable to hold Church  of England services.  W. I'". An'derson, travelling passenger  agent of the C. P. R., with headquarters at Nelson, \isited I'hoenix, Thur.s-  ;day, on one of his penodical tiips to  the Boundary.  A postolice has been established at  Beaverton, on the \\'&t Pork, with P.  C. Boles "as iwstmaster The first  nyu'l which is ^a we;kJy one, ar-  jiyed last Saturday.  Eric Engquist, who has been in  Phoenix camp for the last two years,  Jeft on Monday'': train for a visit to  his parents at Kimberly, Minn. He  expects to return in the spring.  Karbarian Brown, with a Mr. Stev-  ��nsbn, of Utah, have this week been  making an expert examination of the  Oro JJenorp in Summit cpmp, Several sacks of samples rtere taken.  ,  For, lessons on   violin,   mandolin,  Win. Yolen Wjllums "eiu-ial ^upvr-  inlendent ol the 'mines ol the Miner-  Giaves syndic ate, who has been spendr  ing seveia! weeks inspei'tint; niiiieVand  niiniiig pjanis in (.'oloi.ido ami Montana, was expected to lettun to Phoenix last night.  The coast and some inland papeis  of laie having been making much 01  a so-called ''conspiiac}" against the  C. P. K. amnnn the conducwiis on the  ISoundaiy lailwax. Conductoi Sam.  Woods, one of the" old emploxces, has  been suspended as a consequence.  Jack Stewait, the well known con-  tractoi who built much of the Bonn-  dai\ 1 ail way, has finally completed the  last ol his conuact on the Jlahour extension of the C. P. R., and shipped  the balance of Ins outfit to tho Rainy  liver distiit-t, in Ontario, where he has  a laige contiact ol the same kind.  I "he Balfour extension, Irom Nelson to  Balfoui will be used as soon as the we-.t  aim of Koutenay lake is blocked with  ice.  ^-^�����-^����-����-ll<-��fc��ll.-��iu.|ll.^,t|.^ ,..  j    THROUGH THE WEEK.    1  NOTICE.  Thirty days from date,we intend to apply'to the  license c< inu.iss iiueiiiot the corporation of the  City Lf Phoenix for perini-isiun.to Krllllipioi- at  retail on tlie pKiuiSes known ns the Nurden  hutel, Doiuiiiluii Avenue, lieing lot i, lilocU a.  ,'". ��� , AI'.MSTKOM <i-BKRO. ������'.  NOTICE.  Thirty days fiom date I iuttnd to applj to the  I'd nil toiiiuiiviiriud* < f theccrpoialiou of the  Ot} of P1ioi.ui\ toi p-riuii.iiiu tn s.ll liquor ut  u tail on the pif-iuih.,1 known ti^the liu'ti ln.tel.  Dominion avium.  C W  A newsjiaper icpoiier, it is said,  di earned one night the editor had  decided to get out an edition that was  entiiely satisfactoiy to eveiyone.  Eveiy intern that was biought in was  earned all around to different houses  and if any objections weie iaised it was  [iiomptly "killed." At 3 p. m. the  papei went to press as usual, and when  the pations unlolded it that evening  they found nothing but a blank sheet.,  Tlie editor of the paper slept sweetly  that night, realizing that he had piinted  nothing to offend anybody, and that  his paper was entirely satisiajtory!  ��n  The foll6wing is for the benefit of  those business men in Phoenix whoaie  not lepresented 111 the Pioneer:  The Pioneer is a business concern,  run on business principles. To be  sure jt has not made much money j et,  but hopes to one of these days.' Eveiy  man doing business in Phoenix should  he repiesented in its columns, no  mattei how small the ad is. We will  take it as a favor to any business man  in town who does not use the Pioneer,  to give us his reasons theiefor, and we  wish'the pioposition to be considered  on a strictiy business basis. Theicis  not one that we cannot help. You  will find the Pioneer in the lutuic as  in'the past, ready to^ fight early and  late foi this town and'this section, and'  that includes even the few who think  it is not profitable to adveitise in the  home pa|��r. Think it over.gentlemcn,  anil drop in and talk it over.  NOTICE.  Thiity dn>s irom datt t intend lo apjilj to the  lionisecoiniui-, iiiunscl the eorpoiutuu cfilu  Cilj ol PJipcinx firixrinisSJion tii hell llquoi nt  11 luil on tin. puiums known usihc Hnui ilrook-  i>n,Cor. DiimiiH.il tun.uc nut Phttn-\ Mmt,  lU'C.li Mct.t'lKF  NO'TICE.  Thirty days fiom date 1 intend to apply to the  license VQiiiiiiivdnutrs: ti the corpori.liou of the  City of lliorii!\ f���r pcrmitiioii to sill lupior ut  retail on the piiinisei known n-i the Imperial  hold, lots 4 and 5, block 2, 011 Dominion .iienue,  1-:   WhKKK.  NOTICE.  Tliiitj dn.\4 frnm ilr-te 1 mtind to applj u, i|���.  licenHcmuiiniH^ontm f,ir > lit- corpoi.ition 11'lhe  Cit.\ uf Phoenix fur peiuiisi.ou to sill honor at  retail on tin. premises know 11 us the VIcloil.i  hotel, lot 11,111 block 16, in I Ironsides initio"  J. UKKKMAN.  THE ��� WYNKOOP-STEPHENS TRADING CO., LTD.  Cor. Old Ironsides avenue and First street  NOTICE.  T'llrtydnys from date I Intend to npplj to 'lie  llceniecoiuinlsnrdiers of the corpointioii -oftlic  City (,f l,lioenl\ for pcrnii.sion to sell lupiot ,it  retail ot the premises kuoun asTIn- K110I1II1II,  f > 35 fill of lots 1911111! 30, block ii, First avetiue.  V,'. V. Kl'Ml'T.  NO'TICE.  Thirty days from date 1 Intend to apply to tin  lleeuseioiiiniiiHioneisi I the corpoiatiuu of tin  Cily i.f I'hoenix fn pennissioii tu sell liquoi 111  retail on lots I mid ?, bluek 2, Old Doimldes subdivision.  AUOUST JACKSON.  ! DR. MATMISON,  DENTIST,  r.rndii'ite Peims>l\anliv Collikc of Denial  surgery, t'luladelphi.i, Pa, Licentiate of llritlsh  Columbia.  c;ravi;s-\vii,m vms hlock,  i'iroi;Nix,n. c.  Provincial BoardHealth  BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Regulations for the Detection and  Treatment of a Disease Known as  Bubonic Plague.  NO'TICE.  rinrtydaj" from dale I intend to   mpK to the 1  licenseuniiinissloiier. 1 f t!u coip��i.n.!,m"i f ll-i  Cily< f Phoenix for pel mission to Hell  llqnat  .tt I  ittalloutlie premises known as the Maple J.taf'  hotel, lot 6,block 1, Old Iroiiiides avenue.  J. MAN'DJiL.  Over Hank of Commerce. Greenwood.  , Columbia Phone N'o. ifi  Rewdencc N'o 10  '. etnon ii X<;mim,Nu So.  TikplioiK    Ciecii\. oml  1111.its  iiitd   make uppoiut-  NOTICE.  Thirty dn\�� f.opi date I iiitei.d to apply lo the  license commissioners cf the coiporntion of tlie  City of Phoenix fjr permission lo sell liquoi at  retail on the p eunses know 11 as Hie h mimit  Hotel, lot 10, block 15, Old Ironsides s.ib division,  Cviuer 1'iri.t street und Oil Ironsides iiMiiur.  T. II   RICHARDS.  Gl'.T PRICIli FOR  Hame Housings, '  and all   vour  Harness supplies   from  '11. G. SMITH, Grand Forks.  NO'TICE.  Advertising is to the meichant what  plowing and sowing is to the fanner.  Iimgine a farmei trying to raise a crop  by sitting on the fence as he looks o\ei  a ten-acre field wishing that a nice ciop  of wheat or coin would spring up in it.  Or, imagine a prospector camping on a  mineral claim without doing a tap of  work and expecting to make a dividend  payer, of ir. Ridiculous, isn't it?  Hut not any mote so than the merchant  who hides a stock ot goods away in  a stoieroom and then sits on the counter, hoping that people will come in  and buv.  Thnty dnjs from ('ate I intend to applj to the  license comimsMoncrs of the corpoiatiou ef Hie  City of Phoenix for permis.ion to sell liquor nt  retail on theprtiniscs know u as the Hotel Union,  lots 11 mid l2,bloc�� 12, Cor. Dominion .iveiui.-  nod Banner street.  J0S15P11 II   GRAHA.M.  -���mr-  iS  ]tt  is the best ?i-Jewel Movement,  h.ue it, also full aiio'tme-nt of  -WALTHAM :-: MOVEMENTS.���  NO TICK.  Tiurty days from date I intend to apply to the  license commissioner cf the corporaliou cf the  City of Phoenix fir pi nnlsS'on to sell liquor .it  retail on the preuitv s known us the Colrteu Hotel, lot II, blocks, Old Ironsides sub division  JAM]--!, SCTMMKRS  NO'TICE.  Thirty dajs fr< in date I intend to apply to the  license ccminissionei s ef the corporation of the  Cilj of Phoenix for pei inisniou lo sell liquor nt  letallouthc premises known as the Uellcvue  Hotel, 011 lot IS, block it>, Old Ironsides subdivision.  I.DWARD SIMPSON.  geo. e. my,  WATCHMAKER  iH2 JEWELER...  Fine Repairing a Specialty  Giaves Williaimi Duildiu?  'I   l'irst St., Phoenix, �� C.  NO'TICE.  Thirty days from date I intend to apply to the  license commissioners cf the corporation" of the  Citv of Phoenix for pit mission to sell liquor at  ictait oil the premises known as the Miners' K\-  chnngc Jirtel, lot 22, block 9, Cor Dominion avenue and Ilu'iucr street.  J. P. CIIKNIKR  DICK.   LARAH,  the popular Caterer, is again  in chaise'of the   ....  ^*��*sM ����������������>��� ������������������������  i * *������������  �����������-������� ��������������-��<>����������>��������*�����  NOTICE.  Thirty days f-om date I intend to apply to the  license commissioners cf the corporation of the  City of Phoenix for permission to sell liquor nt  retail on the premises known r.s the Hotel  Phoenix, on Dominion nvenue.  HARRY NASH.  NO'TICE.  ABE HALL, Prop.  'This Cafe is conducted in first-class  style in every respect. Eveiything is  home cooked. Give us a call, and  you'll keep on coming.  At "Phoknix Hoti:l, Phoenix, B.C  Thirty dajs from date I intend to apply to the  license commissioners of the corporation of th:  City cf Phoenix: lor permission to sell'liquor nt  retdil on the premises known as the Palace Hotel, on lots 16 and 17, block iS, Old Ironsides subdivision  C. II. MULLKN.  Approved l>y Ills Honor the Lieutenant-Clover-  nor-lti-Couiidl, Dated tlie 6th Day of Sep.  tcmbcr, (900.  1 All sick Chinese and Japanese must send or  Hive notice of their illness to the Health llldeer  or Police Constable In the district where such  Chinese or Jnpinese leslde  2 Pli^sleuiiM 111 attendance on sick Chouse or  Jnpniiese shnll uotif> the lleullh Office! or Chair  111 in of tlit-1,otill Heard of Health or Mu111e111.1l  Hies, or if in an outlyiue' district, the Govern  iiieut Ak'eut imict be- untitled. Such nolilicHlion  should stite the cause cf illness and the couiti  lion cf the glnndti thtoiipliout the body of  the Hick person mid should be delivered  to the Health Olhcer, Clmtriu.111 of the Local  Hoard oi Health or Govt anient Agent ns the  case limy be, at theearlicst possible opportunity.  3 In City Municipalities the Medical Health  Otlictr ahall be notified within six hours of the  death of any ChiucMe or Japuuesc, by the pel sou  on whose premises Hiich denlh occuned, or b>  some 1 el U1011 or pe-inou having chaige- cf tin  person so dyiiif,  .|. In Kur.il Municipalities the Medical Health  Officer, or Chairman or .Secretin-} cf the I.ocnl  1'oard of Heilth must be notified within six  hours of such deaths, ni'd in oiulynijr dislncts  the Government Aiieiit or Provincial Constable  shall be notified wiilini twelve hours after tnich  death, or us soon after as possible Certificates  ns to the cause of dentil must be atoned bv the  heallh officer in municipalities and in mill) me.  distiictu by the f'tovernuient Agent, or sonic  peisou duly authorised by him  S Any pel son vtnlntinp-nuv provision of these  regulations, ��linll be liable upon summary con-  v iction before any two Jimtices of the Peace, for  every such oftiiice, to n fine not exceeding one  liuudred dollnis, with or without costs, or 10  Imprisonment, with or without lull el labor, for  a term not exceeding six mouths, or to both  fine and imprisonment, 111 the discretion of the  convicting court  CilAKLHS J I'AGAN. SI. n  Secretary Provipci.il Hoard of Health.  j. d privn ric;:,  Provincial Secretary  Victoria, IJ, C , September btli, igoo  ummitHouse  T. II. Richards, Proprietor.      ���   e    O    O    O      Cor. Knob Hill Ave. and First Street.  Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Dining Room in Connection.  - - -  PHOKNIX, B. C.  d. w. Mcdonald  Job Work Promptly Attended to.  Phoenix strei t (Hack of Poslofnce    "^M)  Plumbing  & Tinning]  Phoenix, B, CJ  HOT STUFF!!  BUY THE  FAMOUS  i\i\^^z^z  ��>*****��*���� ��v*^�� + *++**��� ��****������*��-*��v*t>��t>��s>*t>��sVs>s>syu  ��****s>4>*��>��>^*s��***s>*s>s>*s>i>*sV��s>��**l>�� +���*������������������ *������>�����>*  IWHEN you have aj  j ** Suit or Overcoat;  I made to order, j'ou want:  ��� the best goods and the |  I best fit that money can |  ' bti}'.     You   always, get-  ACKINAW  and be the warmest tiling in  town.    The only Reliable garment on the market.  You Can't Soil it, O   You Can't Tear it;  You can't Spoil it. |  Vou Can Wear it  o  forever.    Make a sight draft on your Overalls Pocke t at outre  and avoid the rush.      p0r Sale Only ,u    '  X. L. STORE.  CIIAS. SEARS, Mgr.  ��� that and nothing else of  +t *��*>**>�������>*>sV**sX>4>*>**��*�� ��4>��-��>*s>**t>  *> s> ��� ��� ��� ��� *>��**-* ��.���� 4  ��� t��������mM>MH��������������sH��H ���-������������ ��������������������������  ^Vherc he will he  ple.ised to  see his old friends and pations.  heMITCHELL  i  Merchcsnt Tailor...  t^Sg^oi  Palace Livery Stables!  Sta^ge and Transfer Line,  PHOENIX,  B. C.  ���+����������������������������� �����+**>  Stage leaves  ��ood ...  Leaves Greenwood  Phoenix for Grecn-  ....8 a. 111.  .. 10 a.   m.  Leaves Phoeniv .,  Leaves Greenwood.  111.  m.  10  UR NEW GOODS!  We:  NOTICE.  Thirty days from date I intend to-npply to the  license commissioners of theco-poration of the  City of Phoeni-v. fjr peunissiun to sell liquor at  retail 011 the premises known ns Mack's Hotel,  Dominion avenue.  IRA IV. UI.ACK.  hfljUiBj. k MM lords   SKRVKD   IN-  FIRST-CLASS>; STYLE.  R. LARAH, Prop.  are beauties,  can SUIT you to your!  satisfaction in the choic-!  est fabrics made. Come:  111 and talk it over, and:  examine our stock. :  Dominion Avenue. :  PHOENIX, British Columbia.      \  t  :  t  **��������<  Best turnouts  long drives.  in the Boundary.    Horses well suited for |  COLLINS, & GRAY, Proprietors.  Codes: Bedford McNeill's; Ct.ough,s  o o o p  [P. O. Box 33.  ��� ������ s> ��*��*"* ��������� �������>��* ��,  P. C. McARTHUR,  Lethbridge Gait  COAL  STOCKS, MINES,  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCE.  ptaiiOj  etc.,  In  see Prof.   KaufThiann,  1'luaeiu's every Thursday.  'I he rnrnmitte of the independent  Jabp.-paity in Phoenix have head-  (ijuarters in the Baluin block, in Or.  Gordon's old office, A large banner  J)��S been snung acioss the street.  ' C. W, Abbplt, i)ro])rietor of the  JJutte hotel and concert hall, returned  }rom Rossland and Spokane Monda)  pijjiht. wheie he was successsul in se-  CHfing muyuans Ipr jw's copccit  |ia!l.  'The Ontario Insurance Co.  'The London Guarantee and Accident Co. Ltd.  'The Registry Company of North America.  'The New York Life Insurance Co.  I'hoenix Assurance Co, of London Eng.  British American Assuiance Co.  Western Assurance Co.  Houses to Let.  We have just received a large assortment of I  leg, uins  QTtf  Also Complete Range of Miner's DIGGING BOOTS Leather Soles,   __AT REASONABLE RATES.,  Correspondents  Toionto. .   .    .  Lots for sale or Lease in Old Iionsidcs sub-dmsioii.  List your Stocks with me.  in Rossland, Spokane and  OFFICE-Graves-Williams   Block,,  0000  !&5^P. C. McArthur and Geo. E. Breakenridge, Selling'  Agents Original Phoenix Townsitc.  Phoenix.   B. C  p We Carry a Full Line of  1 HOUSE FURNISHINGS, in Blankets,  Curtains and Window Shades.  id f ft Sheetings, Oil Cloth, 1  BUNDLES called for and dclivd-  ecl.    All work is done in first-class  shape.      Bath Rooms in Connection.  PAUL FISCHER, Proprietor.  Cor. First street and Knob Hill avenue, - -       Phoknix, 1>.(-''  We are Busy in our MUSInerv Department.    Order your WINTER HAT Now.  C9  (Pormerly the Metropolitan )  Con-  First*  High class wines, liquors and cigars always in stock  veuieut sample room for Commercial Men.  class Cafe in connection.  HUGHIE McGUIRE, PrQR

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