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The Phoenix Pioneer Nov 24, 1900

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 ���w**���****���%  r-���" ���������������,���'    *  j More men are working  :  < in the mines of :  I      PHOENIX       :  : Than i��aH other Bonn-  :  I dary ramps combined,     j  "*?/  *A��^  a'tl%1ilr#  Vol. lit  - Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District.  The I'avroll of i  PHOENIX {  Is In-.'W than thar of :  any   other    Bounuary \  '.'amp :  m    '....������ ����  ..J���!!!^  1 "Money saved, is Money Earned/' 1  is nn old saying; therefor  I If You Want to Make Money, $  SCHOOL  .No.  ��� ������t*����*����'*����  "'" **'T.  j TRADE  =1     WITH  ]'.ilS.:1:  :       ���'.'":���' *  fci  Largest Stock at Smallest Prices  g Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded. I  A COMPLETE STOCK OF  Hardware and Crockery.  {$ Large  Selection    of    STOVE  and   COOKING  RANGES, ETC.  "ACME'* and "HOCKEY"  ii  Large Allendance al Hie Stlioollicuse Alon>  day Kvening.  .'Villi' the mercury flitting below zero,  ft meeting of I lie- ratepayers of Phoenix  was held iit"the  airy   log schoolhouse  last .Monday evening to reconsider the  I question of a site for the i  I school building, which the  ! .stands ready to creel  It will be remembered that a similar  meeting was held some weeks ago and  the vote was in favor ofthe sitedonal.-i  ed by George W. Rumberger on Brook- j  lyn avenue, close to the lirooklyn spur  of the C. P. li. Bids were advertised  for and put in and the contract awarded to Thomas Corner, for $2,074. .Mr,  Corner, however, did not see fit; to  carry it out.  In the meantime, Win. Hums, provincial school inspector, visited I'hoenix, looked over the site, and wrote lo  the department condemning the same.  Then tlie department, wrote 10 Secretary  .Matheson, as noted in last week's  ,Pioneer, saying that the. building would  not be put up on the site chosen, and  requesting Mr. Matheson to call  another meeting, lo choose'another site.  This was arranged for last Monday  evening.   . .  While    the    audience   alternately  .shivered and roasted, according to the  proximity of each to the stove,   a vole  was taken and it was unanimous!) decided to accept the Granby Co.'s offer  ol lots 1-5 in block 27, or more .spec-  fically, on the corner   of   Grey  Eagle  avenue and -Second street, opposite the  residence of \V.  Ii. AVillcoxi?   Nearly  all thought that a site near the present  location would be just the spot, but as  ..the land was unplatted and   no reply  had   been had  from  the owners, the  Dominion Copper Co.,' nothing could  apparently be done in that direction.  A collection of close   to  $2.0  was  present, for.  the   present  SHIPMENTS FOR THE WEEK.  B w-iiooiiiou.se  3i��!n January Thfe Camp Wi  1200 Tons Daily.  BROOM TO START  Miner-Qravrs Syndicate Keeps Up Its Regular j  Qaata.  Notwithstanding the cold weather  and snow, the Miner-Craves syndicate  So'.'Says Director of the Domin-  lias kept up its regular quota of output  this week, of 600 tons daily, and sent  LARGER  ROSSLAND  Smelter Capacity is to be Doubled Inside of Two  out 4,200  tons  for, the week ending j  last night.        '.������.���'/' ��� '���'<;-.,''; ������  On acc(jtint of cold weather and the  difficulty in sorting ore, the Athelstan  has not been shipping this week. Up  to date this mine has sent out; 30 cars  nf ore. ..''���.    - ���   . ��� ''���'   ..  As will be noted elsewhere, the Snow-  shoe hiinc has this  week  entered  the  steady shipping list, and sent out  six  cars in the. last three days.    .  . ..,,,,     From the B. C. mine the shipments!  ���K/r     li        ttti '        ii      t-vi . ~ ������,      v.       .,-,! of ore from  November j6th,  to No I  Months, ' When, the Phoenix ore Output will j vembe.- 21st were '640,000 pounds, or!  ion Copper Co.  TO BE IN OPEHATION BY JANUARY I  Janes Breen Will be In Charge of Active  Operations-Details Not Complete ��� But  Expensive Iraprovcnicnis Are Planned.   _ _�� w wu^/uu wxij] vein Per 21st were G,ib,ooo  pounds, 01  also be Increased in proportion���8.400 TonsinL,01lt 'I*(:!lrsv ^a* cars are su'n _he;  _ ... j~      ^  ��� ��� xfrir* oriA   m a xxT-ni mi'used bv this.steadily shipiJine mine.  per day, or 4J2&,800 Tons per Annum, Will 1 as me ,aihw '  be the StorjfiThen.  ivay cannot yet luinish   ore  taken  up   among ��� those  to  .�� ���;���++>:f4^-f-f*-t...'..''.���.:��� ������:..;':  P     ���. V.:->   '        ''"'."'       -.'.   V    '  ...:'   -.V"   ������.���'.'..,  14 Dry Goods,':; Gent's ;  Furnishings, ; Eoots,  "*'���'��� ^;;���.<���::���'..[W:':-.-.\���;;'Shoes,'-.Etc.'. :'l:���;.;/������'���]���  ���pHrOLliiti  General ?.fercharits, Old Ironsides Avenue, Phoenix.  k . '....��� ���!....    . ... ���   .:��Jk.  much needed repairs  school building.  Site Offered on Idaho.  This week the Pioneer learned Irom  J. IS.   Boss, of the   Dominion Copper  Co., that at the directors'meeting, held  in Toronto, some weeks since,   it  was  unanimously voted  lo ��� donate ,a site  near the present .'location of the school-  house���the location that all  residents  have desired.    Through some mistake,  Secretary  .Moore,   of   the  Dominion  Copper Co. j failed to notify the I'hoenix  school directors of its generous decision.  It is'probable,-.however,   that  official  [.notification will .arrive in thecourse. (>(���  events, and everyone interested will be  .happy.    The only trouble is that much'  valuable.time and  good  weather  has  been lost.    However, as the building  i.s not to be plastered, but sealed, it  can be erected nearly as well in winter  as summer.     . s  Later.���Aldham & Blunt, engineers, were busy yesterday, in accordance with instructions received, in  surveying a plat 120 feet square on  the Idaho, for the new school building.  It will conform to block 13, the adjoining block in Old Ironsides subdivision. A more central location |  could hardly be secured  Inside of two months i'hoenix-will  be the first mining camp in British Co  Inmhin, in' point of daily output of ore.  At present the output is 6co tons per  day���sonic time in January it  will lie  1200 tons cacli 24 hours, or;8,^oo tons  per week,  or at the rate of .(26,800  tons   per annum.    Some idea of the  magnitude of such an ore tonnage can  be had  when it   is renieiiibered that;  Rossland camp, after five or six years,  is now shipping at the rate of but 225,-  000'tons per year, although the output  of that.camp,will doubtless .be considerably increased by the first of tlie year.  WbenS.H. C. Miner was in  I'hoenix last summer, at the time the Granby  smelter at Grand.Forks was started, it  was given out that the "capacity of the  reduction works, which-w;as and is 600  tons daily, would be increased', before  long to at least double the   capacity.  during tlie month' pf January next.  In addition lo this a matte converter,  it i.s said, will be added to the smelter  plant at tbe same time, for tlie purpose  of turning the niatte into metallic cop-1  per at the smeller. This will effect a  large saving in freight rates, as only the  metallic copper will be sjiipped to the  eastern refineries, where the gold and  silver values will be extracted.  It is well known in I'hoenix that ihe  work of getting out the ore from the  Old Ironsides, Knob.Hill and Victoria  I cars.   .The 11. C. ore  I the Trail smelter.  goes  mostly  to  New. B.C. IJiiak Houec.  'F. IS. .Molt, of Holt iS.; Burger, contractors for the new bunk house at the  I!, C. mine, informs the Pioneer that  the building will probably be ���completed this week. It is three'stories high  and has accommodations for about 70  men. Additions are also to be made  to the engine and shaft house, which  will make greater'capacity jn those  departments. There are now about  125 men employed in. and about the  mine, which is steadily shipping'to the  Trail, smeller.   .'.  mines is so well arranged that it will be  a comparatively, easy matter to break  down, hoist and send out the 1200  tons of ore daily, when the time-arrives  that the smelter can handle it���some  time in,January.'  \n addtion to the above, other  mines on the I'hoenix spur, such as  the 15. C, Snowshoe,  Athelstan,  Win-  hat is, that, two more furnaces'would 1 nipeg,   Golden  Crown,  etc., together  be added. Mr. Miner, the president  of' the companies controlled by the  Miner-Graves syndicate, is known as a  man'ofhis word; aiid now die announcement is made that   the new  furnaces  .will be added to the smelter some time  the year 1901.  with the Brooklyn and Stemwinder,  after the first of the year, will ship from  2oolVto 400 tons daily. This will  easily bring the shipments over, the  I'hoenix spur to over 500,'oob tons for  Chas. Cumings Held for Trial.  After an exhaustive preliminary' inquiry which ended   last   Tuesday  at  Grand Forks, Charles   Cumin��s,   real  estate and ''mining broker, was sent up  for trial on a charge of forging a  telegram.   The proceedings were instituted  at 'the   instance  o;' the attorney general's department.    The alleged bogus  dispatch was used in connection   wiih  a   business   transaction . bt-tween  IS.  Spraggett, lumber  merchant, and   the  accused, .11. G. S. Heisterman represented the  crown.    The  accused   was  admitted to bail in a personal bond for  $3000 and three sureties of $2000 each,  The sureties were   furnished   by. A I.  Traunweiser,    J.   Davis   and   T.   W,  Holland.'  CITY DADS  IN SESSION.'  Corporation Will Be Divided Into Two Wards,  East and West.  The   city  council  met  in  weekly  session   last ������ Wednesday  evening  at  and llncoui-age Union Labor. S LCCrtiwford  We are sole agents for'these shoes in  Phoenix.. They are manufactured by Union  ! Labor, and we can with confidence recommend them to  Give SatififaetlGn.  REAL ESTATE,  MINES and  STOCKS.  '&  -:o:  Full assortment of  OVERSHOES, ETC,  Passedint��  -:o:-  Our Fresh Butter and Eggs  AR SUC H, not merely said  to be.  * ��� * *  ^emb^rjhe place....  fire, life ii toiieit Insurance.  Selling Agent Old  Townsite.  Domini  ion Avenue,  Phoenix, B. C.  Granby, .Knob Hill and Old  Ironsides stock for sale,  quotations direct from   Montreal  a n d     Toronto     Exchanges, j  These'stocks are bound to ad-i  vance, capacity of smelter ati  Grand Forks will be  doubled 1  in January,     I   strongly  ad-i  vise purchase of these  stocksI  NOW.  For Sali-: ���One or. two  choice corners on Old Ironsides townsite, close in, also 2  inside lots for quick sale.  Buildings.���I am prepared  to erect buildings on Old Ironsides townsite, to suit tenants,  on 1 to 3 years' lease, iu any  part of the business section.  If you want a location for any  kind of business, let me have  a talk -with you.  Pianos, Safes, Scales, Typewriters,  etc., for sale, shipped direct from factory at. factory prices.  eight. The mayor, city solicitor, clerk  and all the alderman were present  with the exception of Mr. iMcInnis.  After the reading and adoption of  the minutes of last session, communications were read from ihe. attorney-  general, C. \V. Abbott and Cunningham & Anderson.  A hy-law for dividing the corporation into two wards w;is read the first  time. It is the intention to have West  ward include all that portion of the  city west of the centre line of School  I street, and the East ward to take in  the balance, which is the incorporated  part ofthe Old Ironsides sub-division.  Each ward will choose three aldermen.  Alderman Marshall gave notice of  intention to introduce a Street'by-law,  to regulate use of streets, etc.  The communications previously  read by the clerk then came up for  consideration. The clerk was instructed to write the attorney-general, requesting him to be as prompt as possible in acting upon the council's rec-  omendatibns for police and license  commissioners, etc., and to the finance  minister, requesting action in regard  to funds due the city from licenses  Ironsides Mrcady collected, amounting to nearly  '^'."OO.  Mr. Abbott's letter, requesting  consideration in regard to this license  for  1 his concert   hall.    The   matter   was  gone into and discussed by the  members ofthe council, some thinking that  he ought to be required lo   pay something in shape of a license, and others  that he should not lor   the   present.  The matter  was finally brought to  a  vote, and the   question .of whether  a  prorata amount of the  annual  licet.se  ($200  per year)   $���>.>��� .1.1   per  month  should   be   collected.    Those  voting  aye were Aldermen Punch, Clark and  Morrin, Nays, Marshall,  .McBean and  Rumberger.    It was thus  a   tie,   and  allowed.'to stand   over   till   some  ;lents could be looked  up.    The  tinted the following as   a j  Committeeon Finance. Aldermen Me-1  Bean, Clark and Monin. |  Council adjourned   to   meet   next j  Wednesday evenin  NOW SHIPPING STEADILY  Snowshoe Sent out Six Cars  This Week.  Ore Wenl lo (lis firaaby Smelt:r nl Grant!  Foriti���Side Track al Aline Was Put to  Immediate use.  This Week the Snowshoe entered  the list ol" tbe steady shippers Irom  Phoenix camp. On Tuesday the railway gang completed the C. P. R.  sidetrack to the ore dumps, and it  was at once utilized by the management for sending out ore. Six cars,  or an average ol two cars daily, have  been sent out already this week, and  it is expected that shipments from  now on wiil be continuous.  The Snowshoe ore is being sent lo  the Granby smeller, at Grand Forks,  for treatment. That now being shipped i.s taken from the drifts and  winze in the railway - tunnel. The  management of the mine is well  pleased with the values being obtained thus far. The possibilities of more  extensive operations being carried out  in the near future are very strong.  NOTHING TOO GOOD FOR  PHOENIX.  Plisenlx to Have the Finest Billiard   Hall in  ,.���'"....���.'.���,-.'.'��� the Boundary.  7\. H. Karatofsky, proprietor of the  Royal Billiard Parlor of Greenwood,  has concluded to move to Phoenix  and this week leased from.L. C. Crawford, lessee of the Morrison-Anderson  building on the Old Ironsides townsite,  for the term of one year, the large  corner store in the above mentioned  b;;ilding, facing che Wynkoop-Stepheiis  building. '  In   addition   to   Mr.    Karatofs!  present extensive  equipment,  way of billiard and pool tables  :ys  in the-  he will  also   construct  a   first-class   bowling j stai.[s ;[s j  .11 1 ��� '  j The properties of the Dominion,  Copper Co.���the Drookhn, btou-  winder, Idaho, etc.���it is now gi\en  out are to be in opeiation on or Ixloie  January ist. tyiimors in legaid tu  these big mines have been cuirent loi  some liine, but little ciedence has been  placed in them, and wisely. Hut now  it really appears that those inteiested  in these mines, which iie in the lie.nc  of Phoeuix and luuo been idle since  last March, are deleimined to ie->ume  .operations.  ,' J. IS. Poss, one of the dnettois of  the company, '.wa-> in the Uouiidaiy  this week, and was interviewed by .1  Pioneer representative. I le was somewhat relieent.in jeg.ud to the details  of the future of the companv, hut lie  stated that he most assuredly, expected  the ininesi'would be woiling again  within 30 days, aud"'th.u they would  be in charge of a man with expei-  ience, to be fiworked lot all they are  worth.  '  It is understood that, at a meeting  of the directors of the Dominion Copper Co., held some weeks since 111  Toronto, a deal was made for a controlling interest" in the conipam.  Certain details and loinnilities had lo  begone through witl^and thes'e aie  ��� now being completed, and as soon a,j  all arrangements aie finished thepiop-  erties will once moie be worked 111 lull  blast. .",  It is given out that James Bicen a  mining and smelter man ol wide experience, vflio. does not do most ot his  work with his/mouth, will h.ue entile  chartre of the opciations in futute.  Mr. Breen .was in charge ol the I'i.iiI  smelter at one time, and built and  operated the Le Roi smeltei at North-  port. From this tart, it 11 believed in  some quarters', the establishment ot  their own smelting; works, is one of  the -possibilities, if not piobabilities, of  the near future in'cornice tion with the:  operations in Phoenix ol the DoniiniOii  Cop per'Co.  Mr. Boss is ii gieat enthus'ast in  regard to Phoenix and its mines, as  well as in the future ot the \oung citv  itself., He says, -however, that Ins  company is not going into ' the, real  estate or tow'nsiie business, and that  its-property in Phoenix will hot be  platted or placed on the maikct I he  business ofthe company is mining and  when tlie   Dominion Copper .Co. once  alley, on the premises.  Mr. Crawford says he is going to  make the Moriison-Anderson building  the busiest place in Phoenix. The  Masonic order have rented the lodge  room, on the upper floor, tlie new-  Phoenix club will also occupy quarters  on the same floor, and the store rooms  on Ironsides avenue and First street  will be occupied by himself asan office,  and business concerns from Greenwood, Grand Forks, Rossland and  other, places. j  Secured Ore Hauling Contract.  J. A. Munson, who owns the Summit  icienix properties up again,  that business will lie vigorously prosecuted with ample capital for all needs.  Asked if it was true, as has been  stated, that McKenzie, Mann & Co.,  had let go their interest in the Dominion Copper Co., Mr. .Boss stated_eiu=-  phaticaiiy that such was not the  tact.  Thus, if Mr. Boss is not too sanguine,' it can be readily seen that  probably by Christinas time, the large  mines on the north side of our valley  will be in full blast once more, and  a substantial addition to the payroll of  the chief mining centre of the Boundary wili be made.  hotel in Phoenix, was   in   town   from  Giaiid Folks last Wednesday. /le  I has secured the contract for hauling  j 2,ceo   tons  of ore   from   the  Carmi j Meetfe; Was Held al   the  mine,  on the West Fork,   to Midway,] Night.  whence it will be carried by rail to the j     An ejftraordinarv   nieelin ,   ()f   t)l(.  new  Standard   smelter  at   Boundary j Winnipeg   Mining"*   Smelt'ing  com-  WINNIPEG REORGAMZ VTIOV.  Mine Last Friday  'I.  I. Kirk up,, of  missioner,   with  was  preeeil  mayor   appoir  R. B. Kerr returned Monday from  a political trip to Rossland and Trail.  There has been no school this week  011 account ol" cold weather. It will  open again Monday.  The \icvc sinking in the main shaft.  of the B. C. mine is now down 95 feet.j  01 367 feet all told. Sinkii.g stdi con-j  tinues. j  '"uesday night the liberals held forth |  in Miners' Union hall. A. IS.CIahon,  A. I.- Silton and K. B. Ken were the  speakers. Last night, as the Pioneer  was going to press, Christopher Foley  was holding a meeting.  IS. R. Wood, of Toronto, representing the interests   of Senator   Cox,   in  the Dominion Copper Co., and   man-,  ager of the Central Canada Loan and j j^!"'opn:!(l  Savings Co., accompanied Ivy . Mana- ��� u'1'    (" K  ger Smythe, of the Hank of Commerce,  Greenwood, arrived in town yesterday.  Standard   smelter  at  Falls.    He informs   the Pioneer thai '  he expects, to start on his contract  as  soon as the new wagon   road   up   the  ���Vest Fork, from Westbridge to the  ! mine, is completed. At present the  (government has stopped woik on the  I road, having spent the SS,coo appro-i  ���I priated, but the road will be completed ;  ! with or without government aid. ���  Mr. Kirknp was Here. '���  Rossland, gold corn-  Constable 1 linsmore.  . \\ ho has charge o:  road and trail building in this section,  were in town Wednesday, settling up!  financial matters in connection with;  the building of the trail to White's!  camp. They found matters in a!  somewhat muddled condition, and it i  is said the trail cost nearly the $1,0001  appropriated,    but    < ould   have   been i  jiany was held at the mine last Friday  ; night, for the purpose  of  placing   the  present concern in liquidation and   re-  contructing by    incorporating   a   new  company to be known as the Winnipeg  Mines, Limited.     Kichaid I'lewman of  Rossland, controlled the meeting; having personal stock and proxies for  the  eastern shareholders of thieequartersof  of  a   million   .shares.    The   meeting  passed  resolutions   lor   reconstruction  with a capital of   Jsi,250,000,  divide I  into shaies of 51 par'value, fully   paid  up to the extent of 95 cents, to be   allotted shareholders share for share.  The bidders will be required to |W."  1 per cent per share on transfer sioc!;  and not to  exceed   one-hall cent  per  share a month   until  they claim, if  the   woik  landlcd   properly.     W.   |.  Notice.  There will he a meeting  Christmas Goods.  Shoppers lot  Christmas goods  not need to go out of town  to find a good selection,  of  Masons j in Phoenix will be able to  Monday  night,  11011-  at the schoolhouse on  November 26, at S o'clock, Old  sides time.    Business of importance,  A full attendance is requested.  J. F. Hkmkxwav,  Sec.  will  this  year  Two   firms  supply  all  needs.      M. -McBean & Co.    have  a  large shipment on the road, and   next '  week McRae Bros, ex.- Smith will place j  on the shelves one of the largest  as-j  sortments of this kind   of goods   everj  j seen in the Boundary country. 1  the balance 'of  four cents, if required, is put up. This  method will provide nearly $50,000  for development, besides what may be  deiived from the sale of 250,000 treasury shares.  It was announced that the last shipment of 22 tuns gave a net return of  S36.20 per ton.     The ore came from u  - -- : recent strike at the 300 foot   level   in  A. J. McMillan,   managing director ithl-' 11,,rlil N"' - v"'in-  of   the  Snowshoe,   arrived   in   camp:  -   Thursday,   returning to Rossland yes |     Three railoai's of machinery have  will be at the mine again j arrived  for the   Standard   Smelter   at  had   been   1  Sanders had charge of tin  of the time, till removed, w  Finli-v finished it.  work most;  '.en Geortre !  lerdav.  Monday,  London,  titer which he will leave fori 1  England,  with the capitalists  the property.      Me   is   much   pleased | and ttilly oxpec  with the appearance of the mir.e. ' janu.uy.  for  a  conference i  who-are opeiating;  much  the  boundary Fails, and the balance wiil  _',et in next week. Manager I.atwknv  uis made a nu:ni>*.:r of   ore  contiacts,  to  m operation i>  !,-.-  (  ���mK:>m  o.-p|-'Ufe  ���mm  mm  i:$ii  ��� '���',���'tiMv.-ii  ���:':.;iiilSji.'i..;ja.  .;,.' !'M]v-::'\$  ,:..':|i.i!L!;:;||  li  "Mwm  '" ';;i'^-'''.'-.:'y.'W...  i.-.-oi  WW  w  ��� ���'i'-w  '���''''J'W''  "-. lffi J  H'r'M'''  ���"���'���������i<j  t>''&1tr  Hit  f$lkV$i$  ^i^C'-;"'.''^!';,'-.''-  ^tfteJI'if  iiil'Slil  iiilfi  %1'fll  ^||j;|!^|j  C;'|3|lV(..'M'ii  l-$l'.fiffl-'\J  $WM:K  C'lfj'i.'.'-J',.',���;���"  v"^'^',''"'.'!'',"'"''';  'Mr^t-'.h  wMm  ���j5> i..:vt ,,.:'  .�����i-''-.| ���.'/.���,  -I' 'r!-.';':f;y;-1  %).�����'$.:j:&  klr^ppM..  timm  t?'!i5;  m.  :.-{��.������'*#���-������:���;������:  "'('I'A'JW'i-.  ;'t ���-","*���'  1*  . 'J'v'  m  M:  m  HMMSlfa  BEE  ��$m$gi  >&!3$$Ji  irsA'i  BUi'HWBWI'IHl Ml! ILM?iBJSaB!PMJAt!k3^WjgiH]  E' -.V"'" ���  I 1 .'-'*������..  }����:-'., : *rJi  |,.v .�����.���<* y"ii^&)jyffffi"l^^*yy^>r'?r^  ���/J  WiWi������PiiGTiiilii HQNfttfS.  ^.���"���.nnv.v^'f-r* ���;*���_/��-*��������-  sssr:  issrx-n ox SATfKny jjv  ��,T ,l'H0f_SIX-. Ill C.  (The li)i|Cr win-re tin'miiH's jrc.J  W. B. WILLCOX. Manaceo.  Columbia Tcleuiioiie, No. i'v  .Vernon it Ncltfou Telephone, No. u,.  had at the outset.  HIS MEAD.IS LEVE..  nil*? pkn?rl;y   Pinnexr  \*"�����" ��i'*��v <Wivatiyes,   living! held in tins Division at the  following! K/r Wm    Delator  ! tin.! ,.t iii.�� ,,iik-nt '!     No.   i,-. Kossland.   .Miner's   Union!  Fashionable Dressmaking  &$%     ���'���  Residence, opposite Mendel  &; Murphy's liver}' stable.  sejust'��H'no.\'s..  ffryrar.,,.,,...,, }:.no  Smic Month's .'; .....'. ..'.....,,.,,'... i.as  ,'J*o Koreiyn Countries....... ,.../.../.  s..y>  if vou arc not a siil.se: i|>tr to tjiis impel-; this'  ii an imitiitioii lo yon ��a lieoome one.  ,..Vdrcrtir��iiiK rutes /urniAhed un nnplieittion.  J.efffll uolice.N lound 5 cents )>it lint-.  i'rtiir iveekly,i>isK:rtian.t constitute one month's  ���liiTrtisiiii;. <  NOVEMBER    1900  Won ���'���Toes   Wed    Thu     Frl     Sot  ������i Wi  g-it  mm  *  V!'* ���;.���  ��� 4���  7 s  '���?5"  5  ;>3-  26  6  20  27  7:  ���14-  21  28  ���:���.!���  .'.'���i:'S'.'.  -���15;  2 2 ���  29,  9  16  2 3  30  "3  m:-  ��<����:  if  11  r  X-iKC-  PASSENGER TRAINS TO Pfy>(i.\'|X.  For several months the C. P. R. lias  jlieen',' hauling; //Ytiglit���thousands   of  .tonsi'-of oie weekly���Irom the mines of  ,   J'iioeni.v,.and yet today tjiere is  no  v    iia.sseii"er trainsrunning into this city.  '.'���.'��� riifc track;is in good condition,  the  '    station built, express and  freight tire  ':'���'������������ Jirotiglit in���b)it no 'passenger  trains,  ^'I'liisshould be remedied at once.  '".; .  ' '.Vheii the C. ?.,R. Ijiii.lt fhc Hqun-  dary branch it wasto receive a good  subsidy ?rom the government for doing  .���'..;-.��()'.���':..'J'Jfpre,',.wis.no: .agreement that  /,���.; ��� t'reigli}. traffic should be������, carried on   to  -..." /,, any cerfaift .point, and-'; the passenger  ;   jicrvke dinitted.    Ijr fact, when this is  ''. .brptight to the attention of the proper.  I'U������. iiiitllorities at Ottawa, .soinpthing will  ���;": TjhdntibtC'cJIy  be "heard about 'it.   . It  :: ^aJtersiijat as; claimed liy ,r C. 1',   R.  otiicial, if/'tbc traffic ;will iiot'w;arrii|itoa  service 'between  'i'iie ������ people' of  In   last  Nreek's  (Jreemvqpd   Times  appears  an  editorial, that, gives  evidence   of'   the  le\e)lie,7dness  of the  edittii- of that weekly.    The, t.opic  is,  ���M'.uildiii'' a-Citv.'" and   JJrothor Ross  preaches a sen;,nn tp In. rc-.|ders  that  it  \veru  wfjll  for every i.if,m in '.the  Boimd'ary tttijinrirw, nliiioti^h addres'i-  ed,direct!}, to t'ie Inr.iiiGss  men  a:'  Greenwoo.d.    'J'hn Tiiiie.v t*i>:;i.s  particular pains���ino.si:  :ipprOpriatel)'vT-~to  pay his respects lotlie.'l'iiiiofhy I2lons  of Cau.ida, and  calls  unbn   the residents of his town  lo  stand  together  ancF-patronize  home industiies.    In  coiicliidihg, the Times <iays:  1     "Seattle is   without exception the  'most iitiikiiig'example of what can  be  doiie against adverse conditions   by a  united und -determined  peojile, \M  one time* not many years ajjo,  Scattl  \v:is not larger than  (Jreenwood,,   Its  future was assailed by 'I'acoma on oi)e  side and I'cir.t 'I'ownsend on the other.  Hut ��� the'; people-.were the stuff that  cities are made of and ihpy went in to  win, and they  did win,   .They  have  not  Timothy  Eatons in the United  States' but   they  have  Montgomery  Wards, whose every effort is  to centralize wealth and power in Chicago to  ���the'.'detriment-'of;, other; towns and  cities,  ..Hut the  Seattle; people were  uniled in their determination to build  up their..town and a pledge  was  prepared.    It was  signed  ai.id   kept  by  every man and  woman in Seattle.    It  was to this effect:'; ' That I pledge, myself ��� to0l)iiy..-iiotli'jng.��jj��tlie Outside that  can'be purchiiiied   from  the  business  men (jf i^eatile,'���,.."���.If; it' similar  pledge  was' kept here,".'.the:���'townwould  be  benefited thousands of dollars yeariy."  No. i, Rossland, .\liner's Union.  Hall. XTo. i, A to I j inclusive; No. 2  C to K inclusive; No. 3 F to II inclusive; No. .j 'I' 10 L inclusive; No. 5  M; No. 6 N to R inclusive; No 7 S to  Z inclusive.  , Trail, Old Hank building.   No. 1 A  to J. inclusive; No. 2 M to Z inclusive.  3J'Gladstone; Gladstone Hall.  4, Cascade, Townsite Company's  office. '"'''.. '  5, Grnnd Forks, johnsoiv's JJlock,  First Street.  6, Columbia, Fire Hall.  7, Greenwood, O'Urien's Building,  Copper Street. No. ,1 A to ('��� inclusive;  No. j H, to ,M inclusive; No. 3 N to'Z  uiclusive. ���...������  S,.,Midway, Smith's building.'  9,"I'hoenix,  -Miners' Union Hall.  i-o, FJioIt, Ralph's Hall.  CATTLE  KfNQ IS IN LUCK.      '  Donilalon Ave,  Phoeuix, B. C.  ������M-H*++��-f+++������-���"�� ���+-���������-������44+  +   ��� +  I Phoenix Ifews Co. j  f        J. F.WALKER &C0. $  IIDITCRIAL COMMENTS,'  .regular -passeiiger;  Ehb|tahd Pliofpi;  im,.;  * r'  'i /' hbc nix Va j:c cii t i ti gd : to , con si d cration  W";v^|,'U''is'^Vatter^inid^tiie^^r./R. wilj  'i^Mi 'tPfi ���orV,'t;1 ^:;9'' ���|t&;;.o\yiV;/<irrep,:..wiVl,-;-.::.ot.lifer  f ^ |J^^j>:^i?i:&^-i^i';i5' r --^ii ea 11 s" \y i 11 ^. J. >e:; .i^cSqj-ted ,���; t ni. ^:.;v;-; *: i-;:;: -y-V; -:v: 5r;-;  wt I@l;lll|l::il:^;;^;]!,'^^  |^|^|fMi||'jt| j>yay|hiKto^  ;|:=Mr. Uiyan," it is:iiow said,: will sooif  ,begin the yyofk of editing a new daily  at the.:Amencaiv capital, for. W. R.  Hearst,.,at the',comfortable;-salary of  $25^000; "We'll .wager a chunk of  Ilpundary :;i chalcoi)yiite f' against a  .dotighri'ut;: that the silver champion  wiilhnye niore 'dollars" at the end: of  his'first; year llian if ���;'! he was ���running  .iprqvtMiidQiitJ-;-.."./';-;^.:;:.-.;'; a/.i-:'^;��'^;'-.-v^',-v;i:..;.'  the  best  ;^V letter, or ��� two : sinnetinjes 'makes  quite a'2ilTefence !iii;a;wqrd;. orisont-  encie,?���J^ast weelc;an edjtQi'jtil'.bn.^lW  \sult;;(if;l<e^^  was; ^thfo'titjlyjtlie efforts bfu the Vintelli-  gent'cbnip6sitof,:Vm{ide"to; rc'nd:;'y,*R'e-  s;iIt;,of;"Red^Tapjsoii^  ed}the;eye, of tlie;j)rooffeadei'iftereman,  man;iger/^editor}i;andv eyen-the;'eagle  '.Oi5,tlC;'of,-'t.llfe;: dfiVJ 1.^'-;-: ^"v'.V.;"':':: >; ry.-;-'-.---^../-'^.-.-..'*.  WHAT;T��lB;EDitORsliSA  liii:iliffii;il';::';ii��Pl!in^'^  V-:A ''?���'; \, .'!���'���. ,-*v' ���-���'';''"'''j- ':;,",',���.!' J .'1 '�����,'������';'. -���'���.!;������.''-,-"-.-$ '���'���'.'.,/ ���'- ~, ��� ���'"���' ���" r^-,\ ��� .���"���;���" : ���':.'"'!'",'���'." *'���'*   ���  \: '���>������.,''���" ���   ���"���'���"'������'���' ���"'"��� ""  ������������! '"   ���"���������"   pfc  |^S|i^;^iaGpiii|^f  t|nH^TOtiye:;;;randi(3ate^  ted  ffltlfflft  possible  ;;:ward7aiid6ft^re^;H  |.jpr^lH^:i^iffy's'!&iie^t^;.y^  ;-I'h^ eon test jitjju^  ^|:j'71;bj5''Cphseryatiyeyparfy 'vknows/'not  ^herei;tc-;IbokYforJi;ieade^  ;try^a5wa''nt^iid".;.��;;itif;-U'he^  !,Onf ."^.cen^j'^;'bi|iie]Vword,"; one ; issue;!^---'  ';'L.?r 0 vi iice^7-;^-g\vl--'^ '������i^'r.?'-;'"::'?--:.'-"' "'���' .0! - r i'-'.: ������-i.^-"-!'-' ;:'l' ^"-": ���"���'  earnestrjessVinbr���/;is';thefe ;any -dbubt  that^lie:"Js.the : ec]iiaF6f ^either ;;pf';the  other; catrididatesriii '. ability.-r-'iVouf  Lake';'l'opic;.;::';���;,;::'.���)[;.;; V ;.;��� .'';;,��� \.'^;:"-::''������>���;;;;  :;;;As;hasalways been the:'ease;:in.min-.'  ing^/;lustbry;j/witiiV;^tjie'���:a^yeptpf a;  rail way,,-the re will Ije towns; arid towns;  [sbiit; the;, tpwiis^ where; tjib; riiines; are  can; be banked tipoii,^l,afdeau Eaglet  Y^'Jt.''^  ;Labbr ;candidatej ihas a gbbd.;chance  pfibeing elbcted;J maiiy?:ebi)sefvatiyc  vbtbfs Ayil^ybte/lbfhliimdh^^  :td;;; vbtmg ^ior.* a; iibei^l.-^Ft; ^Steele  :'Ffbs'pector:y;'''l '-i;.V; '.-:,l.0:: :if<::+:^i;:i\-,-':.  ,;..:���..; ...L:\:..:.-.: '.,-;;. '���; v:...;.'. ;V.V;;..^.;..;���;;:/-.v.r,;.;. ,;..^.-, ������  '���������: It- is^ safev::: tb;:;;.say;; ��� that^SirJfGliarie's  i'i]i>I>brv,:;wnF;:/thi  ;again:;;;cli afgei^ that ;Sir- vAYilfnjrl-is.tbp;  'Iintisli'TbrMiim.^!;THe;.raisingY^  Pat Burns Said lo Have Atodsa Couple ol Mil*  lions In Mexico Copper Mines.  , "Unio' Iiim that, hath shall he given"  is well exemplified in the case oi'Mr.  Tatridc Burns, the cattle .king of the  west.  ;'Sonic .years.ago: he assisted  a  mining expert and engineer whom   lie  met in Iiritsh Columbia, but the man  did not make a .success of it and went  away.    Mr. Hums lost  sight of him.  Some lime ag6.herwrote to Mr.;. Minis  saying!hc had discovered rich  copper  deposits in Old .Mexico and asking Air,  .Hums to assist  Iiim in  (icvelopinent.  .Mr. litirns scuta man down to-report.  ��� He returned and said that  everything  the discoverer had reported .'.was true.  Not satisfied with this Mr, .Hums sent  another mail to report and  he came  back wil'i the same story.   Then Mr.  Hums decided to-go himself.  ���': He has just returned' afier having  secined controlof the property, which  ���comprises, a veritable mountain of cop-  |)er,sup[)osed to bediieof the  largest  deposit!) of copper  on the continent.  The mines, for there are several mended in this property,. arc. within a few-  miles of tho seaf which renders  the  transporatioii of the ore /easy.-   Steam  wagons- carry the. output of the "mines  to the sea, where it is loaded on steamers aiid carried to tlie smelter.   Already  there arc oyer 200 men at work cm the  property./'.. - ';: ������.���������'���''./'':>'������. -":':���'���  . ��� 11 is reported in Calgary that Mr.  Burns was offered two millions of dollars for the property but that he rcfus-  ed lo sell. /Mr. '.Burns; said that he  had a high'figure offered him ,for1 his,  fights,1 but lie believes; .that, when the  property lias /been fully developed it  will cbmniand. a .���greatly increased  price should'hefeel disposed to;sell it.  dt is generally believed in Calgary that  this latest good fortune will add several  millions to' Mr.Hums' bank./'account  before long, diiu he will hotf elinqtiish  thb cattle business. ���; ;In"that he made  his;,' first;'great ^success and laid the  foundation of his /wealth, now;'largely  aiigmented,>ff;r;"unto'..���him that/hath  ;;sliall:b^giyeii.^v'v;' ._.;;;.,/;/'.';/���;//;/ /'  T  +  +  +  +  ���  +���  t  +  ���  ���  ���  ���  +  *:���  ���  +  ���+������.  ���  ���  Every  thing in stock  that  sli011ld.be found in an LTp-to-  . date   News   aiid   Stationery  establishment.  Daii.v Papkrs,  jMagazixks,  ���������.' Books, ������  Stationkrv,  Pll'KS,   ' ��� .     /  tohaccos and  Cigars.  DOMINION AVENUE  Phoenix, B. C.  Agls. for Spokesman-Review  IR.B.-KERR.  ;       I{,\kristi:r aw S��; Jr'r'.9?J'  .NOtauy l'liiu.ir. n 11  l'HOEN^i H. C.  ALDHAil cS: BLUNT,  Mink. Syuvryous,  AND liuAUG!ITS:it:N.  I'JIOKNIX. li. C  FINE   ,  WATCH  REPAIRING.  ALL    WORK  GUAR A NTEED. ,  GEO. Ee DEy,  WATCHMAKER  *��� JEWELER...  Ciinvcs-Willimiis HuiUliiii;  l'irst St., l'liouiiix, It. K.  pom, V.x. Money Ordvrii for Sale.  NNIS,  1  The- Pioneer  ���Butchers  Ot-   TIIK CAMK  sua;  Woli.indlc nil Kindt of Beef, York, Matton^ni4 ml,  Also Fish, Poultry and G\-stei*s in scasaj-A,  ' < ' ���'''������ u'     ��� .'  Your Trade .Solicited.,  Our PH<1<�� Are Kigfct.  Old Ifonsfdes Ave. ���     FHOEHm, B.d  '*  BelPs   Livety* Feed  aud Sale  '"*&. Staples ^  DICK.   LARAH,  the popular Caterer, is again  in charge of the '  .'���������HARRY IiKI.1., I'ttovkiKTon.O '  u< Good Saddle,   Pack and  Driving Horses.    Heavy Draying, #  .''.' Charges Reasonable. ,;���'.''.  KNOIi HlLIwXVK, I'HOKNIX, I!. C.  I'HOK.NIX  NEW-flRANBY RECORD.  Rcductioo Works Handled 763 Tons of ore In  ~$!^;{-\ -'/'..--yc: ^v-Z^^Hours.;^^;''-..';';.'.;;,;;;;.::;";;':;  ���:; Although the; Granby. 'smelter has  bill)':;a''luiminal daily capacity - of 500  tons, it can; treat iiiuch;'mc)re than this  iii. need, and .nt tlie 24 -hours which  ended h;t 6; o'clock ��� on; Saturday ;.mor.n'-:  iiiglastV the smelter satisfactorily dis-  [losed of 763 tons of ore. ,i' 'i'hat harid-  led:.\yas froni^ the: associated-mines of  tliei Knob Mill and Old 'ironsides and  the matte turned out'/ during the ruii  was of, better; gr.ide: than usual,'a  iifg^as: tlie;::Grand ^  ..states,' 60 per -cent, of co[)per. . ;���  ��� ^notlier good run only .slightly Jess  than the record one of Saturday, was  made- in ihe;;24; hours vending at;'6  o'clockfph,the previous; Monday,..inprh-.  ;iiigi": wheii. 656-tohs ofoi-CAvere treated.'  ���ii;.he.'smelte'r';is now being kept,':as.tbe  -above run shows, so busy-that an ',en-  largement niust ",ds:.: soon/as .possible  now be made to bring up ;tlie capacity  lip fvz6o tons^ day'.: ;TwQ;iiew Aiinaces  !wil! be.; put in for; this;;,purpose,r and  kept going, as i t is expected, to a large  extent; by customs business, of which  hiucliis now. odcred.;-;';-::'..   :S    ::    v  ���*t-f-f-*"��-*4->4-��-f-f4-f+-f-ff>-f-H>4-M'  ^    ���"   ' ,-1'OR A SQITAKI! ?>  |>    . <     ,  Ml-AI, C.OTO,,., S  I The Mint  |':':^':..Hoter;::  ��."���      ���'.������-���' ������ ���..    ���������.,.  I      ��� FiueAVines^Liquoris,,  I    '���', v.aud Cisrars.    :  t.:;'':V..':.,;:;^.,. .���.;���;::.':;'��� ,���;,:  ��'���-'". :'.'':-   'TV'  |-..'d',\V-.--^HOMrabN:&'-'C.6'..r  !> ���,;,..       ���:������'���:��� ������J'ROI'KIHTOSS.  .  �����:..���';���.': :,,"   >'';:./;   ; T'''\ ':  '������  '>������'��� .'��������� Meals^t Al 1 -Hours., '���; ;  I������ ,:;The;Best tlie,Market v  >,; "��� '.':.;���..��� V. tAffords.',..^'..,,-;;    '  >.'.- :���'. ';."���,;i'':"';::-(.' ���''���',;���'. ';"���.;'���':������������'..���.'.'���;:  ^;;^:'^;'l.-rv:::'::;:;:^:/  l Domiiiion   Avenue;  I P. Burns & Co.  MARKET  iii:ai).oi'Vice iok IIOL'NIi.VUVCUII.KK, CKDKXWOOli, J!.  ,)II:AIJI,)t7AItlKltS, NK/.KON, II. C. "  :.   '  c.  ������  lobule i^Md tof fferctah, i  ' W'liere.Iie will lie pleased to  see his old friends and patrons.  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan Cityy  Silverlon, New Denver, Ymir, Salino, Rossland, Trail,'Cascade,  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Niagara and'I'hoenix.  FISH, OYSTERS ANI> POULTRY IN SEASON,  j All orders receive prompt .'mention.  r........................... ...i ... ..^ . ���  feftliir lie MM Affords  -SF.RVKD   IN-���  FIRST-CLASS���'���;-;. STYLE  ^R. BARAH, Prop.  (/$4&4>Q&&&^>4^'&^^  PH0EN1X- '::  BAKERY.;;;  : ,C; -w. grkkr, propr., .;;-.  Iji innkin.? Li^lil, Sweet and AVholcsomc  Tlri'iid, I'rench, Kye or Oralutni; Lvtwc  : youronWrsat the-.  SHOP:  PHOENIX STREET,  REAR MORRIN ^THOMPSON,  -���? ���^':>. ..I'HOENIX,' V.:Cf^r'C:';  yaCTQR^ HOPS  i Leading Hotel of Phoenix. |  Kvcrylliing FirsL'Uass, Electric Lighted, Electric;  Bells, Free Sample Rooms,  Finest   Liquors aud  Cigars.  Of.D Ironsides Avexwe,  ]!. C. HOTEL CO.. Ltd.  J. JIERKMAX, Manaui.k.  I'roi's.  PHOENIX, Ii. C. j  ^��^^^^^i^0M:  Corner Doniinion Avenue and: Ilanncr streets.  Tlie,Jiai; is Stocked;;:lA/IWy^^:  r with Imported' rf: ^J/" ��.^��  GRAHAM &:I��RE>JDERGAS'I\ Pjrops.  Opposite. Miners' Union 'Hull,  iiors  ars.  Comfortable nml Well-lieateil  ; ROOMS.    ���..-,.-  verWprlcl,;;  party.  i^m&!'SM'm: >^i}Wy-I!}^1ed;;;wwspi';'j��to;;tiie  l|p||^^i";|,,P^ ���%'. :'f slirJ'egs".^^.--' s'uch';; .'.>;'.''���.= time:  ;v v..:v-v*.v-'^ ---.������,-;;;.'��� ���������yY~~"c-^~" :���:���������$���:���  tolej^tlic;Jjjbor; Candidate/ '(icpniinues  rert^^ign'mgi;gainirig jfriends,ifrc()prts  ' ;: Jtvis'cjstii^ated.; that the;expeiises to  dnteqf th^yyjir;in; Soutlv Alrica jare  ^i^o^bbibpbpTlieeiiuanamitj^with  ivhich;the;;iJritisIr;hiX])ay^ris;;b^  this load,'���W��l;seeifl'-;,ttf!.'-'indicate''thai  there is some' trjitl}'jp" the' old saying:  'We've got the v ships,' fre'vel got the  men, and we've got tfy; money^too.������  Colonist;   '.:<���.- ':a'1      '''���.";'"::.  iV');Pbocnlx'Mail:Service. :;  Office hours, 8 a. m'.!td'7'p, in.'���������' ;;  .-;��� Mailsclose Tor Grand Horks.Oreenwood; R6ss:  land. Nelson, Kastern United States and Coast  points daily (except Sunday) at 12 in.:        i  .  For Midway, CainpMcKfnney and J'ain-iew on  Monday, Weduesday.and Friday at 12 in.  ���   Mails due from alt points at A p. m... ������     . ., ���-'.  -,:!'���'.;.';..':.D.'j: Ma't'iikso.v,-;.-.'.���.':���'���  .'���.-'���r'-.-'v. -.''/���.'���', -"'"���.���'���: -'������'. ;..''���;:.���>���'���.'"��� Postmaster,'  Carpets and  ; Wp liave a fine line;iny^^  .'���;���    ���'..': It will��� j)ay you to examine ,aud get prices.  Jn;:':Furnfture-��;';-;;'  ;     /...iWe are,"constantly'receiving the  latest,  from  ..:.;"- {; ;': the;firiest:to tlie clieapest   "  :-V:;|V'';:^^;;:|'^  .OI.D.'IRpNSI;DES;;AVE.;;;:. :\:0: ^''i'^^^^v^J'HpENJXi.: ]1.',C.^  Hotel Phoenix.  ;������..'.     DOMINION AVE., PHOENIX, B. t.  !FHe Pioneer Hotel,  Finest Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigartf always in vStock  Comfortable and well'Furnished Rooms.  FiKSt-CIass ])ining- Room and Attentive Waiters.  ]0l0iJ]Hi, �� HARRY NAvSH, Prop-  ft British (olifa Wholesale Liquor (mm MM.  R.-GREIGER, Manager.  AGENB POR   Rabst    Beer  Complete line of liar Supplies.  .. ..GREENWOOD, IJ. C   ix Stage Line.  OKI' 1-R.IClJSi FOR'  ;The secret;, societies of Victoria  which/some time ago,organized into a  board, for the purpose:of: fighting the  Medical Association, which refused to  allow, physicians.-' to act as lodge doctors,are .'circulating a monster petition  Tor., submission to the; legislature in  January, jirayi.ng.' for. abrogation of the  special privileges now ^enjoyed...by the  medical \ prott-ssipn.-���Nelson! JiconO'  mist..;,^-;'.;// ���'���''���:/ ,/'. :/.'i;:  H^ '/;:  arid all  vour Harness supplies from  t    1'. G. SMITH, Grafld Forks.  Knob Will fvc.  %  Makes Two Round Trips Daily Between Phoenix  and Greenwood.  Leaves Phoenix at 7.45 a. in. and 1,30 p. m.   Phoenix Time.  .   Leaves Greenwood at 9:00 a. m. and 4:00 p.m.   Greeu-  . ...   wood Time.    Sundays, leaves Phoenix atS:r5 a. ui.  and Greenwood at 10:30 a. m.  McINTYRE & McDONALD, Props.  NEW MINING.  liiSM^SIj^Mi^n^  mtm&Vtfittm tt^S '������fivIniSpme-: quarters ;jt:;is'('clauned;/;that  YALEvAHIBOO ELECTION.  j To Take Place on Thursday, De'ccm6ef'6<b*v  "  ^^^^''������M^-;��,^',I^^^vV.;^:t' ^'-^V'  .  ^i'ivedat^ 6f Ipr the Election ;in ^ale.  ; Gariboo;;hjis been/: set ,:for / l-hursday^  .-!������ r- -j v. -.��� December; Ctli;',' [Nominations took  ..f;i.s|"?c8;>;!;var placea^Revelstoke lasr Monday, Nov-  ie--..'-BniinHiif^: _:-:,:/:..--..,.' 1;... ���:���*-���- - !)[)lele ,^t  and rid-  the re-  ^*F,!-;��-;,; };ariAO��w-M'cS'l<l-','at'i-uc',l;>'- ������-."-vvs a mat-  ---������".t>.;.T------' -���.'���. -"-^[WtHv' 'f  "il^lip��cllh^o��test;^  *'"'       "'"''"'��� ''���"������������������-:-'��� ��� -Vr';   ;i yonsistingyof the  Provincial  Elec-  9 toral District ;qt the Rossland Riding  the/ .'oi \\'cst;;Kootenay:; pblling   will be j  ?|l?|lilSIBKP IjjsWappiiw^fvii^fscS' wliile erbssirig���  IfSSIi/W^��^  Of TAUT  OF.THE  ;-���";}���';;''DISTRICT._:;^:;;- '  Showing, oyer   Soo   Mineral  .:'.   Locations,  With a cdmpreh.erisiyc" dpscriptio.n  of  :   that entiie section; ��� -  .-; is-r-�����:'���' ������.;.;-.���':  Compiled by Frank  Bailey afid just  published;//   ���'.'.,  ::';'.; ��������-�������'":  Keeded by every one interested   in the Siinil-  ���;   ���kanieeii Cpimtry.: ,.'  Price'$2.00, Sent' post paid, by  Pioneer Pub. Co.,  v.; ���..������.���������;-;;��� Phoenix, B. C.  ,.This Hotel is. centrally located, neAvly, built and  newly,, furnished throughoiit. Everything is first  class.;  Bar stocked with the finest.        :: '    : ,    :  >'���: ;:KDWARD, SIMPSON, Prop.  <KXKKK>0^O<KHKKKK><>O-C><?  HOENiX  _____ . ,���. o  RBWERV  JULIUSMUEM.EK, Phoi-uiktor.,,  ������H(��������J������������������������,9tC����e*��0!IS8l)������0��t��H����,t(���,  Extra Fine  .:���:'��� '....;;. ;v;.-^.DEAtKRS i\..���.  ; HAY^ G FEED, Etc.  -^ All of our goods,, are now arriving by rail, to Phoe-  /nix and we are, therefore, prepared to quote right  prices.    ISTo need to go to Greenwood or elsewhere.  Let ns give you' figures.    Wheat just received.  Standard  Arcuile.'.  ��'.v�� -Hi  & ��'.-&  ��� �����t**��������������taaaii(��*��ii������Ot��aaa����o��������������to������oaa����*  PALAOE HOTEL ^^wSrf311*  in Connection.  First Street, near\Knob Hill ave./ Phoenix,   B. C.  Finest of Wkies, Liquors and Cigars. Open Day and Nio-ht  HARRYJONES,     7   -        ^     "    Proprietor.  Patronize home Industry and  drink Phoenix Beer.  Cor. Standard Avenue and Banner Street.  PHOENIX,B.C.  V    .-.?.���   ;���;��� ��� 0  A  AKERY  SLINN.& McCAGL'K,  PKOPKIKTOKS.  . , V. '& N. Phone, No. 48-.  ,.Krea.(l,:CakesrPie5, Etc., Fresh Daily.  [IRONSIDES���AppraQN,mOKNl^lile.:  ,-'��� -     >ko,,DkuvkKv.  ;fe>;'  '/;. .'#���*'  *"~��  :m.'4 ?'  THE  nionxix   PIONKKU.  STANDARD SMELTER  . flow Being; Erected at  . ��� . ��� d/iry Falls.  Boun-  jj6C^r��'������OP.>P NL'f PUNT.  [fc'iaflftvea K��5:y Ctjoway art SilO /Tum <t��  0/c-u/>pct;l(.'d "j liVu-w i;a Sw��?e TJjite in  .(.otik/v.  ���iitre llw SJw.'crMJsfHl inangarntbn of  liiiwliiiig ��t     tho (J ran by- reduction  [works, at Grand Foi'lcs, a good'deal of  l;ittciiti��n has been directed to the two  Jollier JJoundiiry smelters soon   to  lie-  (jpL-ratiou's.    C)ne of these is the  Jlritish Columbia Copper Go's smelter,  ti'djoiuiiiir Greenwood; which has been  li, uuioiM ofconstrtietion over a year,  md which is expected 10 blew in some  Lime in January.    The other is that of  [lie.Standard   Pyritic" Smelting  Co..  id , which has but recently  acquired'  site at Boundary Falls on Boundary  reek, but has heci- hustling to begin  '   work of smeltiiiK also wmie time in  iiiuary.   At the.Standard Co'ssitc all  f activity, some,, .jo   men being,ehi-  I'J'lie large main building���the smel-  |)ro|ier���"lien completed will  be  : feet in length by 120 feet in width.  leastiring from the feed floor in  the  ;re of ihe building to the roof the  ���eight will be 64 feet,   aiid  from the  [iin.'tce floor to the roof nearly So feet.  use in tin's building alone some  do.ooo feet of lumber will be required.  he building will be finished  by the  |id ofthe month.  The different departments contained  tins structure might be described as  Hows:  'Facing from the north on the  Jest end is the sampling department'.'  lure,��ill be installed , the. following  kane, a   well-known  mining operator  and ("ipilalisl, and   Andrew   Laidlaw,  Greenwood, managing director of  thu  company.    Hacked with ample capita! J  and possessing the exclusive rigltj:  in ;  this district for   the  .Standard   pyritici  system oJ'smclting there is every r. .-u.oi)  lo believe with the businesslike in -thods  of its management, that  the  company  will become a. prosperous and ���reinun-  ei.uive concern.  ."MMiXCi DEVEL'OPMCiST.  jacliiiicry:,,Two   36   and   two   48  jitoihatie samplers; one 7x10 Jllakc  lusher,' two sets 12x20 rolls, and two  tit elevators. ' Kast of   tliis depart-  |cr,t arc located the   bins for / the  lii!|)ie discard.   Next comes two par-  rows of ore storage bins,  each  In being 16x16 feet in size, with eight  pas in a row.   To the cast again  are  Lie and coke storage,bins.   All these  pus are situated  practically   in  the  Liitre of the building,  and  overhead  hissing the ore bins arc double  rows  railway   track.    Nextcomes the  irnar.e floor department, with a floor  finning cast from   the stone  retain-  wall 60 feet With a length  of  140  let.   The walls for the dust flue  are  pushed, as also the coiictete base for  ;>th the stack and furnace..,' The hot  |d cold blast pyritic smelting furnace  Jic installed here will "be 40x179 in-  the'tuyere line having, exactly the  jie cubic capacity' as those in use at  Granby   smelter.    The'."   metal  Bkcstack when set up will tower 112  |ahove its base.    Its diameter is 9  1-6 inches.    In the southeast corn-  If the furnace department will be  |ted a No. .7 Connelville blower  a 75 horse-power engine to run  .���; two So horse power boilers, vyitli  Boot smokestacks,'''and a  45"-lior.se-  tar engine to operate; the sampling  fl'he facilities to   be provided  the  jclter consist of a supply track about  loo feet in length,  running parallel  Itlie main line of the C. &��� \V. to the  M of the inain building.    The ore  rk will be 1,300 feet in length and  Biin 250 feet of the north end of  I smelter will form  a "V"  running  1 parallel tracks into the building,  jr the  ore  storage bins.    In, the  ill) end will be located the cool-spur  Jcli will run to the furnace floor  I'lie pyritic smelter is aimed to be a  Imn   plant.   The machinery was  Nfactured by the Denver Engineer-  fH'orks Co., of Denver  Col.,  and  I the company's works last  October  On its arrival it wil! be quickly-  Imbled as everything -will  be in  I* to install it.    The furnace to be  ' �� what is known as the Standard  combined   hot and   cold  blast  Jic furnace.   It is the most modern  |��ng plant known  to the Science,  m work claimed for it  is in  its  lent and ecomical method  of re-'  l8��T��.-.,It' allows  a  "high  per  P'slica, and miiizes- the   waste  p the fur,iace to produce the hot  vJl,? Iargcly decreasing the  $���.nf}H the oreS.: In other  .vl'? "'"..^rteiii of smelting, the  ffiS^^fio^resldriv^goff  I" r/)wh,lch is Practiced in  the  ��" of smeltmg works, and which  I xceedsha|flIiecostorsmdi  ff��" entirely, for this very sulpliur  ��*���* prime factor in generating  ��t. necessary,  to   carrv  on  the  Mr.li I!. Brown Returns From a Trip Tltroutii  '. ��� '  the Interior.  Mr. R. K. lirown arrived yesterday  on the Victorian, ��iys the Colonist.  Mr. Urowii. Iiaj> just finished a trip  through the Boundary Creek and  ���RossJaiid districts in this province,  and expresses a most favorable opinion  concerning the likely future of the  mining industry in those localities.  "There is," said Mr. J-irown, "a  ���healthful, steady development, in those  camps, free from t.hat feverish boom  excitement which is the-.bane of so  many camps.-' Properties sticli as the  Knob I Jill.and Ironsides, tbe Mother  Lode, the Ii. C, the Brooklyn, tlie  Stemwir-dcr, the* fc. Bell, the Greyhound and inaily others, are justifying  month by month the past predictions  that the camp is one of great merit.  "In the Kossland 'district, the Le  Roi, AVar Eagle, Centre Star, Iron  Mask, 'Evening'Star,' Kootenay and  Columbia, Ilomestake and many  others arc similarly exhibiting the  vastness and richness' of the province.  Few of these mines are of the type  that can he speedily developed into  dividend-payers-, Inn the ore bodies  arc enormous ana proper transportation and smelting rates will make them  contribute in high measure to the  wealth of the Northwest. Patience  and .money are required with them all,  but profits for';', shareholder's, increase  of'population-and certain prosperity  for the en lire district is in store for  the future.  "On the whole, any interested visitor is bound to be gratified with the  progress of.mining in the province."  l-clil, Uu-jMmu-.i .\vi-um-. Lciii,. t< I 1  l.'���t^ ,   ��� AI,MSTl>.(JM'fc miic..  I"iicc'clx Loi'j;; Nrj. 2Z,  knf��litsuf l��jlh"��,-��.  ���try r.wl.-,  !!'.,   Wil-.;:!.'  ^OilCK.  ii,.-.,    -    ;��'K,r"" ,in,K ' iiitrmi u no-uW to the  CI!;' Of i'lKH-llix fLtf j,  r.MVM ��It!,   '.,.11   A m       ���   V  U'tHlloii the iwmtai* kww* Jy^ .A'J'Klrt  rjlitllillloil KVcllUlr. p"(   ��W"1,  'i'llirli.  Hf- Hi  C. %: AIWOTT.  NpTICK.  llJ.!!'r,i 'la>KJr"m <'"'<: ���' !��"�����<! lo nj>j.ly ntw  rel.il 011 (In-pa-mixes );������������ as (IK. Hotel Souk.  Ij'ii.Cor. Uuiiiiiloii Jivc-nueniKl Wicoiix ��'rreT  IIP'lll Mc(Si:i��i.;. '  NOTICE.    ~   '^     "'  riurCy<lnyK from date I iistend to nputy in |'i,.  iicciiM. (���ommiKsjoiiers of the corpormloii i-f ti.e  City or I'lioi-inx for permission to .sell limiomt  tietailoii Hit- puimlnes kuowii a, t|,e In perial  hotel, lulu 4.11ml 5. block 3, on JJbinlnioi'i nveiiue  .'.���,.. ���     /'.. WISJiKS.  NOTICK.  Thirty days Trom Uiile I Intel.<1 to n'piiiv to tin-  license rommiKriionei-s for '.lie corporation i.f the  City of I'lioeiilx for periniixioii to s^lt liquor ,-it  retHil.oii the i,rciiii��c�� known :w the Victoria  hotel, lot 11, in Mock jo, old Ironsides nvriiiu-    ' j.    , }��� HKKKMAN-;  xoi'ich;.  rinrtydnys froiiidntc I Intend tn'apply to 'he  Iiceiisecoiniiii��<ioiier���� ofthe corporation ofllie  City or I'hoenix for permission to ��]! |i,]M���r ;n  retail oc the premised known as The Kuuli IIi||  N. 35 art of lots iouiiiI ?o, block n, I'irnt aeciiiie.  W. V. KICMI'T.  ��� i.W.t I I'  I' c ilia'!  A  ntfi  <li-  .JJitMiiefc'i mtii unit nthu'.s r.f. I'ho- tiv  viciiiitynre hereby rnj-p:,,! ��������� <x-. ;������;.,-  Clellon mi 10 t|,tr tlii|i|oyii/tiil of lloiMiniu.i ^.,  iwnlers; os utbenvlM-, it limy |)t. eoiisifj-a'd  iec.~Mi.-yiu pMellioMnk-IliKiiwfiii tn, ,es-  !>'.�� is l��i: tiar.nr li.st. .  (t'lSfUl.'S)   Tl'tfaS. tvkllY.K.   ���  . E ..-corillr.^ S^c-.-.-'.Jiry  ���TMFr  :\m:'i:;-  JiB/iNOlJ':C0JJ!iiJ5RCB-  ':'!i,'.-S.-t.-t j.;.i,KiVt.tv(l/it:d icii-vied IlMilcry in i'-ic Kinudary Cv'.iu-Vj'  C.Mr. ABBOTT, Prop..Dominion Ave, Plio.:nix, B.: C.  J  " r.oc.ii t'i  hoorf ia" Caif/.-nters mni joiners of Aim-  broth."  rica.  The  'I'mta:  hove is lieiirtily miilorseil "bv  Ihe l,o:ial  or life ft-cis-crn I'ederation ofKIinriu.  (hi��w.'dj JIOWN J'JOKtJA.V.  SeiTciary uf  BhrcuU Wit'cj-K' tlul'ii  JAMUS  ..;.(fii,';iieil.)  PhoeuixCook:  MAIISIIAM,.  J'resiilcill.  ���i'.UTf, TOri'l'HK,  Ster-elaiy (  and Winters' Union.  CHAS. THOMPSON.  i'lvsiik-iit.  DR. MACDONALD,  Dentist  NOTICT..  This jiopular hotel lias'lnreii refitted.rcf.irhisli-  ednnd thoroughly orerhaiilc'd throii|ihniit, and far-  nished with all the iiic'tcrn hotel conveniences. I.o  cal and I.oiik riistance Telephone coiiucctict with  j the oflir ��� and is headipnirleru fjr Sui^e and Nail-  1 ��-.ij irailic; i,ml every alteiition is j:iven to the cora.,  foil .-ii-i'i convenience of ?atrun. Tile hotel i-.'.s V.ien,'  /���nlT.rj*1 Ly ttekldiiloe of 50;t*r nl;);l;- fiirn::!:ed  ,'rooiit.N and an ITri-UMlt/tv V. UbJC IIAI.I.. -  ,Tl.i-  .'I'ett  WINES,!  '.the .*'jst  %'V.V Jfti-.tt  Ivn'Oifri:.'; and -I)o:\ii:irH."  Pm&PMT'iTAL '$6,0000.X>0 '���  ��� '   f'oij:-?,;li!li,./,...'J.)j.,)!hti;.]. '���'���'.  *S!'3V,, . . .; . .���.'.'��� "::'. ...lli.'^-Sr-.-Vr.i  ii'i's'iiCiJnt.  Cent-ir.-fl L/-  .\i*'\.<'eu'  n i  ;,..;. HoK.XhfeA. Cw'/w  niwgt.i^ .���:���.,;''i!.'3'C. 'AV.u.u;-k.;  i ..Maiiagi-ri;!.'!-!. PiVMrfr/:;  f Comfortable-Sample - Booms, |  ':, For -'CaSniHKciAi, Travkli-rs.  The puh'lic patjonago rospect-  fiilly solicited';  * <rs <r>^ro-4��<��'<j�� -  U'e ain-i to retain our  .'largo trade and deserve.more.  ~^f:~:..i���z.;::j:~: :-m~.  c  ]irescT.t ^  h  GOO��OCK)��OOCK)COGi^OOOOCOOOOOOCOOOOCX5G^  CRHKXUOOI)  -s.oi.i-: aoi:.\-i'.s for tiii>  axi��. PHOENIX, H. C  o  .���        ������'���-.-'-.;  ���; I '���br.SF.RAI.  KXI'OR.-r  Oradiintr rennsylvania   CollfK  Siirj;ery, I'hiladelphi.'i.-  I Oflficr In Shead'H Illock.  r.f  -' j Lion Brewing Co. j Blue Label  **���������������*���*�����*������*����������*���*���*��  1 hlttyday�� from date 1 Intend to apply to the  llceiisecoiniiilsslomrs of the corporation of the  City of I'hoenix for permission to sell limior at  retail on the premises known as the Maple leaf  hotel, lot (,, block i, Old Ironsides avenue.  J. Ma.VIII-X.  NOTIC1.':.  Thirty days from date I intend to apply to the  license commissioners of the corporation of the  City of Phoenix for pc-nnisdoii to s.,-11 limior at  retail on the premises known as Ihe Summit  Hotel, lot io, l,lo;k i.s,Old Jrojwidcssubdivision.  Corner I'lrsl street and Knob IJ ill avenue.  T. II. KICIIAKUS.  NOTICK.  FROM FAR AND NEAR  Thirty dnys from date I intend to apple to the  license commissioners of the corporation' of tlie  City of I'hoenix for permission to sell Jiipior at  retail on thepreinises known as the Hotel Union,  lots ii and 12, block u, Cjr. Ojmiiiiou avenue  and IJanner street. i  JOSHI'lt II.C.KAIIAM.  ���****��**����*��*����^����*f*��  ��������������������������#������**��*��������  Rossland is organizing a, Chamber  of .Mines. . '  Sandon is to have a first-class, skating.rink, run by an incorporated company.  The..St Eugene' hospital at Cran-  brook has received a government grant  of $r,ooo.  Jim-Hill, of the Great Northern, is  reported to have secured control of  the Northern Pacific.  A mock election, held in Dawson  City, resulted in an overwhelming majority for \V. J. Bryan.  Cranbrook is talking about incorporating. 'A few of its citizens are  tired of going into their pockets for  public improvements, which are a  benefit to.all.  Ernest Mansfield, the Nelson mining  man, has issued writs in the supreme  court, for $85,000, chiefly for damages,'  in connection with his recent arrest  and imprisonment.  The amalgamation of the Canadian  Bank of commerce and the Hank of  B.C. will be consummated on New  Year's day. The .Merchants Bank of  Halifax will change its name to the  Royal Bank of Canada on Jauuary  2nd;  A Salvation Army warrior told the  people of a Ivaslo street corner that he  had been five years on the way to  heaven, and some -weary waggles in  the crowd told him that if he had been  that long on the way and had got no  closer than Kaslo he had better turn  back and try to hit a new trail.  NOTICK.  Ti-irty days from date I intend to applv to the  license commissioners of the corporation of the  City of Phoenix fjr permission to sell liijnor at  retail on the premises known as the '(.olden IIo-  tel, lot 11, blocks, Old Ironsides snbdiyisioil.  JAMIiS SUMMKKS.  C.rr.iid irotks, II. C.  Telephone y>, Vernon and Nelson.  Now that elections are  over and excitement past,  3-0.11 are liable to a fierce:  cold.' Protect 3-011 r.self hy  calling at  a. p. Mckenzie & co's  Drug Store and they will    f  . fix.'yo'u'up. '"���'"���������  We carry a full line of  ..everything' in Patent  Medicine, Soaps, Perfumes, Etc.  Of Rossland, the  Largest  cry in British Columbia.  Brew-  ! Seller,  1  o  aoicnts���  ...;  RKICIIS-  (JUIil.I.KN  Natural '.'Mineral,Water  Wir.SllAUr.N, GkkSianv. ���  JAS. McCREATH���& CO., Proi's.  OiXIIXfCOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOCKSOOi^OOCrOOOOCCOOC^  N  0  R  D  gJL.    N HOTEL>[ALMSTROM"& BERG, Props.  FIRST-CLASS CAFE.  Well l'linilslu'd and Heated Kooinlj.   Ivvery aitentioii paid Id the Comfort of Cues!:  Domestic and Imported Liquors and .Cigars always ia Stock.  I Join in ion Avenue.  1'IIOKNIX,   .   .   11. C.  The..  Notice.  , Tnke notice that at the first meeting of the  license coinniissionerji for Ihe Clt>- of Phoenix,  held after the expiration of jd dayn from the first  pnlilication of this noticevthe niidersieiied will  apply for a hotel licence for the premises to he  known as the "M,int Hotel", situate on the south  side of Dominion avenue in lot 6 in block i in the  uaid City of I'hoenix.  JJated at I'hoenix the 2nd of .Voveniher, 1930.  Chas Tiiomi'Son ,S: Co.  -AT-  Noticc.  Thirty days from date I intend to anplv to the  license commissioners ofthe corporation" of the  City of I'hoenix. for permission to sell liquor at  retail on the premises tcnon-n as Hie Central hold,  near First street on ,\etna avenue, heiiiR on lots  8 and 9; block 17, Old Ironsides siihdivisinn.  M M. II.KANK.  NOTICE.  Thirty days from date I intend to apply to the  license commissioners of the corporation of the  City of 1'hocni.v for permission lo sell liquor at  retail on the premises known as the llellevuc  Hotel, on lot IB, block iS, Old Ironsides subdivision.  HOWARD SIMPSON.  I P. fldta'e  DRUGGISTS. .  Night Hell.  Vernon & Nelson Telephone 17.  Choice .wines,-liquors.- and. cigars always in stock.  Board b\' day or week.* One trial aud 3-011 will remember  The Maple Leaf'Forever.  This.'b.'iik b;tr, Ihe; !n:^.t. nn-miier (���('  br.-ihchcs pfrtnybrtnic in. Cnnntla, vitK;  n^enriL-s jit .Mi.-w'Y^tl-; CJii^i^o',', -Ncv.'  Orleans, Sktijiivny imi.! f.ip.tt-.sfiJ-i.Cit.y.'"',..-  ��� Aixoti nt!s f)f<Jorj;orrition^'Mer<:lis;.vl'i  and ImJividiKiis a-ceiveo' yi'i liivorribk-  terms.-. V   '���;. '���'' "..''���.  ''. -'.-.    ,-:  ���    .'..'.' .'.,'���;.  ,-��� :l iniAs, Coinihercial ��� Credits; 'j'j-ii'ye.:-..'  ers' ���Cri'dirs and (Jiri-niar- NoU:!��;,Us'iefl:  ftsyiiliiblu in uny ])arf<,>i" the tvisrid.'���-,.'   ������'.."  ���/Aiiliiviyed Notes 0.i.<iC(Hiji(.ed; C'vllei>  tioiiK iiuide. ��� ,''���'.' .',..  -.������.'.���  A ee.iier.il ^nuking "bu-iiiicss. nan:  sacted.   . ��� [..   . '"-.���/.,..-���. ; -|'.-V'-..' :;;  Greenwood Brancli.  '���     D. A, CAMERfJNv  .-,. '.-, . ������ 'AVunajjer.'-  MARE TRACY  v Cifj Scavenger;  All ordere ]):-oiTiptly-attended, to.  Office, Standard Ave,  PHOENIX, B. C.  EASTF.RN  Bank,  Ksr.\iii,is!!Ki> 1S59.  CAPI'rAI/':- :;..-,"���  RESloRVK l'UXI>  $1,500,006'  ,'��� -,' $900,000  J. Mandelf Ptop.  OLD IRONSIDES AVE. '  phoenix, r>: c.  The Yale-Goltimbla Lumbet Co.  limited. '....���  Manufacturers oi'.nll kinds of     . . ���"  Rocgli and Dressed Lumber, Lathr Shicgks,  .   Mouldings and Turnings.  Oun PiiivSKNT Mii.i. ant) Yakus are Locaikij as Follows:  AND SOO LINE.  KTIT.r, CONTINtrri TO OPIiRATK  carry  11111. i,��� " "���,""'u ulses suiiJiuae  J a  be .smelted for less than what  PS.'and inline cases  sulpliid.  Rr,lTl thC,n h>' l,and ,:lb01'  f l"e ��'d system.  P    netT as the Standard Pyritic  ' Ss Hdsf(:0I,l5cr Company Limit-  ,nis,a�� company has its  '     '  . ���.  head  .^"H-e for the province a   "  ��� in Quebec  1'he fo||,  .Gree life Iveid nrTi'��fflng gentlemen  arc  fo���   !lfh-m,n!?B'and smeltingo])-  !. a"!!,;0!^"11^; vice-president,  Siec  nc.c' Quebec,  a millionaire  nd a dire  ,     . -- -^.'���"���i~, ���������*���  JWclnrd Turgeon, M.   p.. P  lor "'^ province of Quebec; ;i.  c.. a director of the  u'iii; nc,IJS,'t  &' Power  '"'a'�� A. Marsh, Quebec  'JjWacturrf.iiSdadi  P��. OucLQl!cb6c'   '^; John  C. P. R. to Build 1,000-Foot Tunnel.  A new tunnel, which will be one of  the longest 011 the line of the whole  system of the Canadian Pacific Railway may be built on the line of the  Crow's Nest Pass, at the Loop. Several contractors are said to have figured.on the Work. The tunnel is about  1,000 feet in length and is about third  in the list of long tunnels on this continent. It runs through a long spur  in a mountain which has given a-great  deal of trouble and its construction  will save several miles of round about  travel now run by trains on  this  line.  "Must Surely be Craiy."  The Cranbrook Herald says: "A  voting married man of Cranbrook  commenting on Hocking's sentence at  Nelson of three years for bigamy,  declared at the club the other night  that it was wrong. His position on  the. question surprised a friend present  who asked what he thought should be  done in such cases. 'Send him to tbe  insane asylum of course. Any man  who would marry two women must  surely be crazy. The Lord knows one  is enough.'"  For Rent.  For rent, large residence, suitable for  lodging house, on the New York town-  site.    Apply to  L. C. Crawford.  NOTICE.  Thirty days from <IrU- I intent! tonpply to thr  liccn.se co,tiinis.sioiicrs of the corporation of ihe  Ciiy of I'hoeiitx for permission to sell iitjuor at  ntnil on the premises known ns the'Miners' K.\-  cli.inge hotel, lot 22, Mock 9, Cor. nonunion avenue and Itanner street.  J. P. CIIUNIKR.  NOTICE.  tof = (teftp.  ���OX AT.!. TRAINS VR0.M ���  Revelstoke and  Kootenay Lfdg.  AT.SO   TOURIST   CARS   passing  IJiininore Jet., Daily for St. I'uiil   Saturdays for Montreal,and Huston, Mondays  anil Thursdays for Toronto.  Same cars pass Revelstoke one day earlier.  Thirty days from dale 1 intend to apply to the  license commissioners of the -corporation ofthe  City of Phoenix for permission to sell liquor al  retail on the premises known as the Hotel  Phoenix, on Dominion avenue.  IIARRV NASH.  Nakusp -.-. .  Robson -....���  Rossland   .Ymir...........  Greenwood���Gen'l  yards.  .mill and vard  ollice���mill and  I'hoenix. .. .  Eholt No. 1 .  Eholt No..2.'-.  Deadwood,  Rock Creek..  Long Lake. .  .mil! and vard.  [@tF~We are also prepared to deliver lumber to any mining camp.  Our .Company is enabled to Supply'juu'order without delay  NOTICE.  No trouble to quote rates ami cive you a pointer regarding the }-;ustcru trip you contemplate  taking.  r'or Time-tahlcs. rates  anil   fnlt information  call on or address nearest local ae,enl, or  K. R. RKPl'ATH Oriemv.md.  O. II. IllvCKKK, iiRent, I-:holt.  Thirty dnys from date I intend to apply to the  licensecoinfnissioners of the corporation of the  Cilv of Phoenix lor permission to sell, liquor at j  retail 011 ihe premises known as the Palace Ho-1  tel, 011 lots 16 and 17, block iS, Old Ironsides suli-l  division  ���C. If. Mfl.I.RX.    I  W.F.Andukso.v,  Trav. Pass. Agent,  Nelson, Ji.C.  K. I.Covi.k,  A.G.I'.Agt.  Vancouver, Ji.C.  T. (1. Richards, Proprietor.      e    O    O     <&    O      Cor. Knob Hill Ave. and First Street.  Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Pining Room in Connection. PHOENIX, B. C.  ;���   HOARD Ol-- UIRKCTORS:  R. \V. Ifi'.NCKHis, President, Ilo.s. M; If. Cocii-  iiaxh, Viec-1-res., Is'niel  Wood, J. S. .Mitchell,  ('.. Stevens,  J. N. (Jnler. X. W.Tholuas, C.  H.  Kathau; II. It. Itrown, y. C. .   .      '  li'iiAD'oi'i-'ici',, HiinRiiRooKi-:, i'. (j: r  Wm. l'Ai(vyiti.i., ,'Oc'ii'I Mgr., S. lCi��iici.i.., I.ocal  Mjjr.; S. I-\ Mounv, liranch Inspector. ' ���������..','.".   ���   ,  '������';���'" 'lIRANCIIJCS. '���"���  Waterloo, W. I. ttriggs, Mauaser.,  '   Slatistoad, S: Stevens,     : "  ��� Cowanville, J.Mackiunoij.'MnnaKer.   V  Coaticook, It. Austin, Mati.ijjcr.'  .    Richmond,AV. I,. Hall,      ":  Cli-anhy, W. ir. Roliinsou, "  lledford, I{. \V. Morgan,    " '  ���Magb|;,i{; P. Oliver,       .'���!-'���' .'���"..--.'  St. Ityacintlie, J. v.. I.a l-'ramhoise, Mgr.  lIui!tiiif!ilon, li. .N". Roliinsou, Mgr.   ,   "..  "Oriiistuwii, II. T. Williams. M��r.  Ormid 1'orks. II.C. J.V. Maclonjjhlin, Mfr.  Phoenix, H. C, Win. Spier, Mgr;--    ���  .Agents in Montreal, Hank or Montreal; London,  Kii��.. National  Rank or Kc..,tlnud;; Ilos'ton,  National IvxchaiiBC Dank; New Vork, Xatioiial  Park Hank.     ...   : ..���      .\    ..:    .;.   ,'  Collections . made'p.t.'all   accessible   poinn.  Oralis issued for anv required n.niounts, good in.:,  all points in Canada,   V. S.. and Europe.    Kx-..  chanpe bought and sold.  Sittings. Drench IJepnrtineut nt each office.  Interest allowed from date of deposit niid coni-  pounded aiiuunlly without requiring attention of  de|>ositor. ^       . <  Office Hours: 10-3; Saturday from jo to 15.'.''  Job Work Promptly Attended to.  Ph lem'x street (Hack of I'ostoftice.) V. & N. Phone No. 44.  Plumbing  & Tinning  Phoenix^ B�� C.  NOTICE.  Tliittv days rrom date I intend to apply to the  license commissioners of the corporation of the  Citv of Phoenix for permission to sell liquor at  retail on the premises known as Illack's Hotel,  Dominion avenue.  IRA W. Dl.ACK.  A\'e can print for you  NOTICK.  Thirty days from date I intend to apply to the  license commissioners ofthe corporation of the  Citv ofl'lioeni* for permission to sell liquor at  retail on lots I anil 2, block 2, Old Ironsides subdivision, to be kllon-ll as the Central hotel.  AUGUST JACKSON.  v��vw%y*v��  %VAVA,W.  .JitWiVV  WHEN   v(  Suit  or  Lctterlicads, l%nvelo|K'>  J-'orms,  Memo  ....HOTEL BROOKLYN....  (Formerly the Metropolitan.)  High class wines, liquors and cigars always in] stock,  venient sample  room  for  Commercial  Men.  class Cafe in connection.  Con-  First-  A. HENDERSON,  The Watchmaker and  Jeweler, is doing the. finest > quality ' of work iu  the Eoundaiy country.  Give us a call when ��� your  watch or clock is "out of  whack," or you need an\--  thing in the Jewelry line.  Dominion Avk., I'hoenix, R C.  Cure that Cough  ���witi;-  Perfect Emulsion  Cod- liver - Oil!  HUGHIE McGUIRE, Prop.!    ���������MIWIWI.I.IM.II .H.flMW I.I       I   "  I'OK SAI.Ii ONf.V 1JV  The Wm.'Hamilton Manufacturing Company,  Limited.  J. B. BOYLE,  Dnpf d Mm\,  11011 iN: Xelson IMione 16.  N'K.-.HT   I'iKM..  Peterborough, Ont.,  Deliverv  Hooks, Invoices  C'.iriN,  migtitoti  (tittttitti  ��� eittiitttciistiiitiittaitt  t. ��  ��� �����  e ��  I Smoke %  itisincss  i'ou  have   a ���  >r  Overcoat-  ��� made to order, you  want;  ��� the best goods and thej  : best fit that money can j  j buy.     You   always   get j  j that and nothing else of ���  JH.tMITCHELL|  j Merchant Tailor...  Kvervthini; in.fact,  PALACE] LIVERY   STABLE,  Sta^ge and Transfer Line,  PHOENIX, - - - - B.C.  As chenji'y, neatly and quickly  As anvonc else.  CIGARS.  o   o  UNION .MADE  ?'?h'n. 'Qiieboi  fdlan 'Electi  |altl,y  5>r of  10  UR NEW GOODS:  are beauties. Wei  j can SUIT you to your]  {'satisfaction in the choic-j  I est fabrics made. Come j  I in aud talk it over, and:  f examine our stock. \  Dominion Avenue.  PHOENIX, British Columbia.  ������������������ft****  ,HPt ***************  Call us up bv telephone, (V. & NT-, No.  or Columbia No. 10) and we  will send around; or if jou  [iiefcr   it,   call  on  us.  M.  Stage  leaves    I'hoenix  for   fl  ���cen-  wood    S;  1. 111.  (.eaves Greenwood. . . .  . . 10 a.  111.  Leaves I'hoenix  . .  Leaves Greenwood.  4 1>-  Best turnouts in the Bouudaiy.    Horses well suited for  long drives. COLLINS & GRAY, Proprietors.  o��oa*cee��*oo*ocoeec*o����osB  Pioneer Publishing Co.,  Phoenix, B.C.  Cor.  BUNDLES called for and delivei-  j  ed.    All work i.s done in first-class! j  shape.       Bath Hooms in Connection.     i S  PAUL FISCHER, Proprietor.  l,-irst street and Knob Mill avenue, - -        Pmoknix, Ii. C.  Plioenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaranteed.    Iniport-  Ciooiis.  ro  on  flNK  HOOTS ANil SltOKS   MAIM-  OKlil'.K,  I'KACTICAI.    MINERS'   AMI   PKOS-  I'KClTlK.s' SHOKS   A   SI'KClAI.TV.  THE PIONEER,  ricii China, J:ip:ui. Alaska, Manila, Cul-n,  Circiilr.tcs   in   ICvcry   rrtivii:cc cf the   I)r,tnii-.l< a,  or Cnnailii: l:v-(ri> Miik- in thr American Uninir.  ICiiulrind:   Irt-laiul, Sc;r.l.iii(l, An-tialin, s.. ;i*.h  \f  mil ul! tilt Suu'.li Aiui:iii:uii 1-;.|-nblica:  Corner  Phoenix St. ami Brooklyn Ave.  ! *.  ���   ������������������'������..   -��������������! I'fiS-iSlS.ji,  '.���"'��� ;~-'\.ii[ fi&cl ���I?*/* \  -.���.���-'.:���:-'-iJA\'��>M-- ������   ��^1  ���^���f^mM^'  ��4  m  ���% ������:;: ��� ..  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ister of, the. interior;''.and : his brother,
A. L./Kii'ton,.M. P., looked into■' the
subject, and if the C. P. R. does .not
soon do. something they, .are likely to
be heard from.   : ;»   ■';•
Ca'.kd A Pastor.   -;
;,V,A.\ congregational' meeting of.v'thc
.members'and aclhereiits; of the- Phoenix [Presbyterian church was held last
'I'uesday','for tliej)ur[)ose (if .calling a
jMstoiV'.'Iiev..:;J.' .Ri /KobertHpiij i;6f
Grand Forks, 'moderator1 of the Presr
byteryi .w-'as/jiresent.:'.'i'heichurch bas;
.extericl.ed.-.li's-unaiiimoiis'•■■, call. to Rev
l!ni,iks-yi;^;Aviird.ie;:Ui&g.reatest ..'.mining
. 1 .'■ ■
-^il.-l .'.*r'.."^rt."*,)^.TV."..'I' £";'.-■.^"^ ?'.i;':'!.~r.~.'.'L.'.!?. '.^: ^•'♦--".l .— -*' .t^'.^t* l^Ll>'#.''i,*«. 1-'. M -' •'.* .* j-I' "Z+ ^l't4 i^ #»!■'  li Alf
IKnfillilllliS'^^ l)i?I^c6ki'H:arWC::dVel tl ^^ineetilig-"at
p/Sor1ii:ers'Ayill:lie:lield; at the riext; meetr
'";S;).n^^,V-K;j;:'{v:.-K:'S- iY:-'^Yyl'-YY-] [,YY^:Y .
i-'^Nelsonj'Rossland; Greenwood, (|rand
/j I^brkisi and.l'lipenixi   lie' will probably
7'rloi-ate;': iii  the:/latter-; town.—rSandon
Y^}'aysirt^.l-,":,^-y-.[YYt^--r:''\ :,■■'■■::.''
:';Ws':;Earlyv.i.n.,the: we^k,-,ph account of
'!;:■; seyerfi' weatherrrw6rk;i;:on the'/new
KJ'rcsbyterian ■ church [was suspended;
;.^it;is;np\v; restimed^vhpwever,  with it;
Y0prfX^i^-menY ■:■':■
1 i^^^^^M^:i$^^^^d^i\^^ houseY.
& S^p|||^||£ $ ]VlcI n nis;-[a>',; Hartford:,
»* ^^^M^^^'nv¥^fe4>-^t^eir-:-'^<? rciJ '"li 5 s'^ftipt*-. iiiid';-
::v'^ral:[smal 1[-Seines.•iY'.Y' ":
'/^Nptice^is' 'hereby/given ;/ that ,the
Cptirt;pf 'Revision,! for tlie ''....[purpose 6:
Rearing-all[eomi)Iaints against tlie. a's-
-sessmeht fpi^the^yearT 900;; a'sv/marJe
byVthe' assessor "of the City of.Pbpenix,:
,4"-. '.-v .*V:.;:.-;'.'.|i.'."., •:.-[■'■ ■ •.'.■.'■'., .'-"■> -V''.;.'.v;.. ".'.< ;■':;.."T
'^y\yyY'y^v. - i::  }.;.i\:;vV^t<$\V:'i ";■' ..:-'!■ .■'::•<"
JlhelChamberit Mines. +
■'!r:YY.YYYYY-Y^Y''-:: ■■;.:■" Y-r
v ;-,;■:■;.-: .'.' ^C.-Y:---;. ■' -...-•,"       .    ,   -^
rady.'jiiaciel-.tTVc. i't'l |t'>V.i PKi ci yi hif:;-reqLiesL;
;by'r:;[tlic :;:'[ri|)[)li[ng-[;;[bVop
■ J[ri'. th £J.-!ry^f 11 e jr ■ I c?f t-.-t 11 d.-^J'^li^sebr^ ^cp bl i jg '■
^>>j eepV.i i> tp :.M' hi cli'[ [ ii ei the r [; t iie,'-;bii ova n L-'
-.vdpy[s^Van'qv;(pr:[-ii.:- week, iii rP[h6ehix;};zerp,
;waitlipr;[licld;:sway/Kv'■ OyPrtiyoi/feet of.'
.tvyo;!pbintH "ckysaliBfactipii/ in ..thisV cptit'
:[iiec'tiph.v :[pne.[is;that, iiptwithstah'ding
,snrr0tfndiiig(t[6wns. /•;-rhe,;:pther[;'is;th[al;[
$Kist:(l:YlY?YY. y'.:r'I'M']Y'Yi:-'-'-Y;Y*'.'■■"   Y'- ,:
;![;;!vT>ast'■'; I'uesday, three, iiien [of consider-;
$|)l,e)mjniiig- experience':;yreiitv through;
[the;I\hob :Mi 1 (:[[ 111 ine/^[:'[Twu/Jpl^[tlierti!
[Cpmiiigicitit: tl-ieir[;comments;.were; inter-/;
[ ptlier 'Y-{"t; have "seen "the;;/b[ig/iriiries[pf;
;BritislvGoitimbiay;[l)iit;,this/is; teiy;^imes[
'-The/th'jrd; [remarked :/^('r/[/arn;;saitis'|iiied,[
tp'stay/rigljt/her/e/ iin/P,hoenix,;-iftiivVeis;
are[[;iipt ;^;[ l.iyely/;:as'[;i/;coffl
■(MyYYYY:Y%Y^^ +
/s,urjinsed/wheirfhey?-walfc'-Sthrougii[the /r
^r^,;It'iis ^:fiigl;K||ic^
ptilpitl'or the; last ":fe[\v-.'' Sabbaths. '.;-'.;A'
"special i'liectin
..(JORrqRiVl'LQN/.OF ['r'd.'E   ,[
City' "of [Phoenix.
[ ,>IUXJ0iEAL.,[yO[rERS'3JST. [[[,
Notice is iieix-by given that in -pursuance of Section. 6, 'of the-, Municipal Elections''Act, any .householder desiring to[have/his or her name placed
on 'die voters' list of the /■Municipality
of I'hoenix for ihe year 1900, must on
or before the [ist day of[■ December,,
.make and deliver to the . Assessor or
[Clerk of[thei/Mimicipal ".Council, the
statutory declaration required';by, the
said act;';-;,'■'■ !'.■■■,■/• ' "'.„■' '■.'■"■".■■'
,-; Aiid'notice is hereby given that, the,
said ■.'section/' /provides that [only .the
names of; those persons .who- have./paid
all'' Municipal-rates,/taxes, assessments
and licence [.fees (if.any) [payable l>y
them, shall be entitled ,lp: have their
names.placed/on the voters'list, of,:thc
Municipality:^' Aiid'^npticc/ is hereby.
iven, that,the -names, .of all, persons
Cioduntc ri'iiiisylviiiid  Colk-(ie   of  Peatnt
Siirgcryi l'liilaiKlrhuvS'ii.   I.iccinliilc ofUiiiish
Culuntiiiii. , "■■,'.
fltOIt.VIX, II. C.
Over Hank of Commctw, ttrewiwuod:
Culllllihin I'huur No. |6
RchIiIbiicc'.Vo. 10,'    , -.■■'.■
..''■■''-..        •'    Veniou & Nilsun, Xo. 80.
TtK-iilioue' Orceiuvuod   unit   iiiuke   iijipoint;
of the; Presbytery will' AV"" bave[not[[i;aiil,by ,th6 first Monday
the call -will-be/favoi'.ibl)' ai:ted' i'tpoii.
hi/December/next, all rates,;taxes,.; assessments, and; licence fees (if'aiiy), pay-
Mr;'Milla'r;wil!: tlieii'have 30 ■,'da:vs-inV''ible[ by. them, will' be [omitted [from.
- -•.'. .-...." *_■-.. *   1 -.■-■.11*:. '■.-.■
wliicb/Stp-give/an/ aiiswcr,   but [it is
liopcd/he will accept at once,
said voters' list.
-   D/McMlLLAK, ''.'■.■
'/';'.::;:,/;[;';/City:'Clerk;; ,
November.: Vi^,;; igpoi
/[. ■[ / H6«se[&.,[ Sign'.' 'PzMtet,
y^W&?$$&!•% Euiiiislied[
Dealer 111 Walll I'flp.er._
/,./:';,'.'. Grcenwcoilr&lliioeiHx,.B./Ci;/':/;:v:::;,
scott & McLaren,
Contractors Ais'D l>i;n.ni:us.
-.'..'■' ]:'STIMATE.S FURMSHI-.D..
,'.'','..'.', ;,'[,,/ PHOENIX, Ik G.
D. J. MATrlESON, , [ [
/' '-./.KIRK, 1.1 KK,'ACCIDENT.     '   i.-,
■'. Coiiiiiii«si(iiiex'.Tii'r tiiUiiitf AIMdiivits./-'
;[.'/.  'I'l-IOIvNlX,,]!.  C,
;:ABE:HALIv,;Pr6p.; ['/
This Cafe is conducted in first-class
sty le j ii every;, respect. , Every thi ng is
home cooked, (live us a call, and
you'll/keep on coming.   ';,.. '"[,;;:
. z/;gJ;WARMEST .t ROOMS, £
!-B5S^);';BlNi^a''i:[^ABLES   ;in   the
g T. [JpO'GONNBtL^Prop,
The Public patronage Respc'ctfiillySoliciteil.-.Ildininlou Avenue; Opposite Miners' Union Hall.
' i  ■ .  " » ■-' j'i'-uji'i '   ••'<*   "'•   V..' '-■..■"''"■rmWKfUllWW
[Cit}''of ;PliO,enix;[;/;[v:;/:;;'}'[/';['
CobfeS: BE[bi§3Rp McNeil's; ? 'Glougk's'.-  ;'; [P. <>t). Box 33
Southern     British /
Columbia, +
±YY:  (Kooteiiaj's and Yale.)      [^
+/■¥'//-['-[[/- :'YY:l"^''"" '/'--/".-/ /';''  '-' / -f'
+y-:Ym:-Y:■■"■■:J' ——^-.Y"",' '■'/.'■■ ,::■.; +
>,;;;Tlie/ciiamberof,'Jtines wants 'thorough.; .4-
i/./l>'-reliably'correspondents in every Camp . T
^.[5,i|i;tric ilislrictS;Of Iiast and ;VVest[ Kooie- .'■ +
+:<Hay imd Yale; to -whom'reasonable com- '■■*
-Xi^pensatioii^will: be',- paid .for  their sir- , J-
^■''■ivice's...'.;.'.;:.:"-      ■.■••'."-''■ "■'•.;,      '■!'■■:'.■■■■ .■"■ -,'^.
'•*-;'::;;::-:/^"-7';-rfv-■'■:-;.-- -;'; ■'' ■■.•'■'.:'-,.■" ■ :'.\: -■■:,' ■'.''■'■. -f.
i;';! Correspondents will ,be : ,cxp«ct£'.i • to; +
,+/;,Tiiriiisii'flie'. Chamber of Jlines with all
jh'Vdeyeiopment goingin at the mines, the
^!  installation cf inailiiriery,: shipments tf,
,4-.'::.pre-aiidyaine, nhd.gin'erally. such  news
^-.as wiii attract the attention of capitalists
;^ : arid cause theui to iuyestigute' and iu.
■*):vest.';;; ;:;;:_':;;'■:;;"■.;,':"'.'-. -;::'i;';:,;•','"-.;.;■¥;
Apniicat'ions to be. addressed to the   .;
';■/:!:.' 'r&Y;-:'C:HAMI)IiR'/OE;'inNliS^:,;:
SoHthern/nritlsli Columbia;
,■';' ;(Kootenays and/A'atc)
[ivo[ Bex 57S/ /;, kosstAxp, ii. c.
-r:":Yl:y":\;*:!&^   ./:■-./-'^y
■ +
/;■; ':r;/'rhe, Ontario Accident Insurance/Go;,,:       :      ,
^,   [/  C
[; / [   The, Registry;Cpinpany(of NorthAmcrtca.    ' '   .•■'"■'•'•/.'
/ /// The New;;York;Lile Insurance Go.    ;'■;.[
[ [ Phoenix; Assurance Co., of [London, Eng.   //[   "/ ■-;:.;.
;; v ', [JJritish'/Ai'ricrica Assurance Cp.V /■"'"[['■/' [/';/././
'[[■': ":'■]:.  Western/Assurance Go. ;./,[/;..:,/ v/'/;-''        -:: ['/;,.[[■ ':■'[;-' /
PIpuses to Let;    Lots for sale or Lease in Old Ironsides sub-divisiohi :
;■■[,/.-'/■'-,'•['■ ':'['-Yx;;;[,;;//:/: 'List your/Stocks, with "riie.:   Gorrespondents'-.'.-':'■ -i,'■
OFFiCE~GiiAVES-WiiiJAMs[ Block,[ Phoeuix,   B. C.
.^/:/:'-/'[;;;[-/'':'':[vy-:.';'/':-,['''V--;;''-"" :'t OO O-Ov,. ■-.-,        '.■■'',■■;.■.- '■;:,.
[/[[':&*£^YC: iicA.rthiirind Geo.E. Breakenridgej Selling
Agents Origmal PHoenix.;To\vnsite.:v^:^^/^;[      [
^W"^ S-ave ordered a large assortment of X-MAS GOODS,
^0^j§^!'O;YSY\Mit^^^' at'-Bpuridary.; Falls,;/rt ■:liiijlion-.
ftire/lumber[;nie[rchaht,-/will;[arrive iiy
||||;^j:^tJ^[/[E6ii ndary [tocjay.;/ [/[ YY: ■ Y *i,/:;/[;[/[;:['[/.
-   «-;v-i«;--;«-®i[S:-Ss;:/l:Wni^
^ §||S||;[:gfcgj;$S:^i^
t\ ®ifftRl'S^$iie/|:'ljnl^;;J^ :';'the'-:.cold,]
'.   |||S|^§!li:-i^:^at||ier^ /.it"
5 Also Games,
Such as Bagatele Port, Etc.,
Plying Birds,
^Windmills, y'I
m [Mechanical Toys.
. (..|^wul^i^^ea'ay:;©r;;usfi,]	
^|;||^l[[^tlding;;:;wert.[forced .[to /suspend plas^
Repeating Air Rifles.
and Ladies' and Gents'
Pocket Books,:
and  everything  suitable   for
Nice X-mas Presents..
- MottsmtcsoMRsasH
and be Lite wrtriiiest tiling in   town.   . The  only.'Rc-
'[••   liable garment on the, market.<[   : [. , [[
You Gan't Soil it, 9./.Vou Can't Tear it;'
You Can't Spoil it.     ■ '
Vou Can Wear if
forever.    5:I;ike a sight draft on your Overalls Pocket at once
and avoid the rush. ■,   Vor Sale Only at --'['.-'-'""'"'■'■'..
■':•'■'•.,/[-[':/''[;':,/■•"'[;.    .-:, • '.-/'' ,..',:'   /.':.;/:■.■:.:.:.   CHAS. SEARS/Mck.
-J. ;T. LAWRENCE, Pkoi'Riktor.^
■', .wV'.nnkeasi)«ially'jrr^<llra';CIoO>liik.ornllO':,.Oi!ly;t^i^ GHni
kinds; and liayc.sm ex|icriciio.'il huml for this j for mid dclivvuil prcniptlytp every part i,t Ac ||
worli.   Giyv; n.s a trial with your I-'lne Vnliri&i.   **City.  Seinl iu your Orders by riione.
:/HI«T OJ'/WOKk OltAKA^TJilvI)/       [ : ' V. N. IUIONK NO. 30.
l^ommioh^Avenue,'/Adjoining;liirtte  Hotel,
Pnocnix, ]!.C.
- ''-.'is scarcely a ''year old, and is  the :-
[   •   most talked of Camp in---—:---—=- '-.'••
The daily ore shipments' to; the-'snielters
at Trail and Granby
average 600 tons, or
iSjOOO tons per month.
At this rate the total
shipments for the year
will reach the grand
aggregate of 260,000
lons,which places Phoenix, in the foremost list
of shipping camps in
tile Pacific Northwest.
Phoenix is destined to
be the largest and most
prosperous camp in
British Columbia.
For a
For Particulars Regarding Investments, Address     V,.
-~ Phoenix, B. C
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