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 &   ;  0*  ^  ��... mliiliur cmiil' ����� '���"-' Uountlnry in at  NIX ^  ifv.ii mUIi to receive lite mining und  ...-uJrnl i,e*i����rtlii��caiiiliundtlnr- liouud-  l:    ���u ,scr.t*e lo lite FllOhNIx l'.ONKKit.  a'ry, suUcfi  During the yrar  1900  100.000 TONS  OF ORE were (iilpped from the Jilint�� of  j* PHOENIX.*,  For the firftt fi\e month* of 1901 over  90,000 tonti of ore were shipped, 01 Mthr  rate of 200,0001011 h annual.>,       '  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District.  Vol. II.  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  SATURDAY, OCTOBER   s,    1901.  No. 47.   ���.i��,��--i.���sp#~5'''.?t"~',5'.i;!'K. -_  I The HUNTERrKENDRICK CO/S  I  m  i  I  f  i  m  We tvis.ii' to inform our numerous, .'and   prospective  customers   that  our large aiid increasing trali.-.In���* lorce l"tn to s^k larg.-rau I 111 ire  ti >:ii n> Jib'ii ipiii'ler.-i ;i!i I   lb 1'.   wj  inte 11   in >viu j;  into  our  new.''  STORE in;|he NEW BANK BLOCK, Coiner ol, Knob  Hill  ave;  and I'llst .street about ilie 151b ot October  and that from the 1st  to the  15th of October.  we will give y.m a clianre lo buy your FALL and WIN TEK Goods  oiORKM'I.Y REDUCED  PRICES,    l-u'l lines of  W. J.' ^heatley Meets Death  in the Flames.  IT OCCURRED LAST SUNDAY MORNING  Nobby   Gent's  ings.    Kail and  Furnif-li-  11 eavy  Winter Overcoats  Just ihe thing \on want in  Ties and Collars, etc.  In 0111 Groceiy Depnitineiit  y,:ti will find th.it evei>ihinu  i*. stiictly fii-si class.  Fresh Fruit  We cany tbe most  complete  line in the City of  Boots and Shoes  And Don't Foiget  (10111 lhe lactorv  fresh  Granby Rubbers.  All guides and  pi it es.  I'nil lines ol  st\les at /do  Pioduce,  hand.  elc,  consianily   on  Hardware  Mining and Building Supplies  I'aints, Oils, etc.  !   dn  Our Large and Rapidly Incieasing Trade speaks for itself  as to the vSatisfaction We aie rendering our CUSTOMERS. We guarantee that OUR PRICES cannot be beat  in the city or district.  Tilt IHli-lOMKI (0.. liiW  Genc1.1l   Mcnhai.ts, Old lionsides Avenue, P!ioeni\.  &^S?i=fflS<S,^��Si!  Apples; Peaches, Pears, Plums,  Green Gages, Quinces, Crab Apples,  Grapes, Ripe Tomatoes, Green  Tomatoes, Etc,  Decea��ed Lingered U Hours in Horrible Pain  and Then Expired���Wan Burled al Greenwood Tuesday.  About 2 o'clock last Sunday morn  ing George K. Breakenridge, who re  sides on the New Y01 k townsite, was  awakened by frantic 1 ric-s lor help, and  the glare of a fire ihrough bis bedroom  window. Rushing out as be was, in  bis night, clothes, he (mind his barn,  not far from, the hoifi.se, a mass 01  (lames, the- cries coining from some  one within"the barn. Finally the inan  within, -who proved to be ,\V. J. Wheat-  ley, a son ot Mrs. Breakenridgejuuipecl  through the window, covered by flames  110111 head to fool. Mr. Breakenridge,  assisted by the neighbois, put out the  lire 011 ilie man as (juickly as possible  by rolling Wheafley on the ground,  and be ������was taken into the lireaken  ridge home/both physicians responding  (juickly to a call for assistance.  ; Wheat ley' was horribly burned about  the head, legs and other parts of the  body, and it was hardly p jssible that  be would be able to.'; recover. Eveiy-  tniiig known to medical science was  done for hint by the attending physicians, but alter passing hours./of ter  liblc ipaiti he'expiied about 4 o'clock  Monday morning. f;  The funeral was conducted from .the  house on Tuesday, Rev. E. P. Flewel-  ling, of the Church ofEngland,"officiating, and.'.was in charge ol i'hoenix  Miners' Union No, 8, of which deceased w.is a member. The burial  was held at Greenwood, a committee  of the union attending to the details,  and accompanying the remains.to the  giave'with thebereaved family.   ' ,;  Probably no oiie;will ever know how  the fue occurred; AV. J;'\Vbeatley'and  bisrlirtulVer-Nlif-rbn^had been-fcc(:ii]>y-'  ing tlie' room in the bain, w-hicli'had  been fitted up for them, and Milton  was not at home at the time the fire  borokeout. Mrs. Breakenridge was completely prostrated when the lull knowledge of the. fearful calamity came  lioiive to lier. Mr. Breakenridge also  lost:a' valuable horse' by Hie fire.  ���'"Whehtley- was 43 yeais old, and  unmarried, having been born at Acton,  Ind., Sept.  14, 1S5S.  kO   BUI LI)   SEVERAL   MORE   COTTAGES.  Gianby Company Will Erect Six or 'Eight  This Fall!  . J 11st before S. Ii. Qi M iner, A. C.  Flumerfelt and Jay P. Craves left  I'hoenix ��� lor Grand Forks.last Satur:  day morning, the latter informed a  representative of the Pipneer" that it is  the Granby Co.'s/intention to build  six or eight more residences at once  for the use of employees of the com-  'ilany. ��� Contracts will5 be let shortly,  and the new buildings i'ompieted   this  fall.7 ;;;.-.;'... ���:':f'.'-:.yy"  The new cottages will be located  just cast of"the t'.iiee built last year;  back of Old Ironsides' .i'venue, on tbe  unplatted ground. There 'will be six  single residences and probably a double  house, Each, like >t|iose heretofore j  built, will be'weli built(and plastered  in good shape. The company -will'  also put up a residence for,, W. S.  Macy, who lip's charge of., the Granby  boarding house, to be located east of  and near the Granby.V More ground  will be allowed on .each side of the  new houses than those built last fall.  When these cottages'are completed  it will make a total of twenty thus far  greeted by' the iGra'njly Co*' for its  manied employees.     ?7    1   ���  Chosen Tuesday by the Winnipeg   Mines, Ltd.  MEETING   WAS, HELD AT KOSSLANl)  Financial Statement Was Ateo Made���Condition of Properly Reported as Improving.   :  Will Box for Pursa of $100.  "Kid Hiitcli" of -'London', Out;,  Bantam champion of .Canada, arrived  in town on Monday night and is staying at the Central, Hotel. He. lias  arranged for a 20 rot|ud glove contest with I'Yahk: Holmes, champion  bantam of llriiish Cdluinbia, which  will take place next Thursday evening  in the Monison Andeison building,  corner Old lionsides' avenue and  First street. A purse qf $100* and 75  per cent of the gate receipts will go to  the winner and 25 par cent to the  loser. The contestant*} will enter the  ring at 112 pounds.  n%%%%%%%v��**%*-^i  Our Mines  ���J*      AND      jt  .smelters.  LATE NEWS  NOTES ���  FROM      THE  SEVERAL  CAMPS. 71  ���Last Tuesday the annual genei.il  meeting of the Winnipeg Mines, Ltd,  was.held at the company's office m  Kpsslandi Of the 800,000 shaies ol  stock issued 625,000'.were lepiesenled  at the meeting. "I'he report of the  general manager \vas of an encouraging nature. The election ol duectois  resulted as follows: Richaid Plew  man, Robert Hodge,'!'. G. Holt,  R. E.7'Plewman7and...XV. XV. Gibbs,  An adjouinnient was taken to the 29th  inst.'���  . ,-y  At the /subsequent meeting ol duectois the following officers weie elected:  T.G. Holt, Vancouver, president; W,  W/Gibbs, Portland, Ore., vice-presi  dent;' Richard Plewman, managing  director and secretary-treasurer.  The statement of receipts and dis  buisements contained seveial items ol  interest to shareholders. Among the  receipts, which totalled $44,848, weie  $2,048 for the ore shipped and $4,350  for the sale of treasury stock. In the  disbursement column were items of  $16,141 for development, $2,642 lor  plant, $3,378 for fuel and a number ol  other items relating to the working of  the mine.    ���  HAVE DITCHED FOR A MILE.  Streets  Opened Up That Distance for New  Water S) stem.  'I he lone ol 28 men, under Foie-  111.111 Patterson, employed in opening  up the stieets for the new water system, has done ovei a mile of ditching  11111s fai, and considerable of the pipe  nas also been laid. The line runs  Itom the Old lionsides mine down to  Rnob Hill avenue and School street,  and thence down Dominion avenue  10 Hannei street, and then down that  stieet loi one block. It also runs  east on Old Ironsides and Knob Hill  avenues, and fiom the latter to Victoria avenue.  Woik is now undei way on the  100,000 gallon tank on tbe south side  of the city, which will be filled with  mine watei and held in reseive foi  liie protection purposes. Besides thi**  another tank will be elected on the  hill back ol the Brooklyn, which will  be filled fiom Mai shall lake foi domestic use. A pipe line 3,000 feet  long will connect the watei system  with an excellent spiing on thelSannei  claim, at least 150 feet lugliei than the  Biooklyn tank. This will be of no  small assistance in filling that tank at  night, when there is the least call foi  watei throughout the city. On account ot the good weathei excellent  piogiess in the woik has been made  thus lar.  MAY COMBINE  Union of Large Mining Interests Possible.  BROOKLYN, MOTHER LODE AND 6. C.  Nothing Dr Halle on  Effort! Are Being  Rumor.  the   Surface,  Quietly Made  But  Says  BACK FROM THE SIMILKAMEEN  that Ric'p  ������'���&  mouth-; 6��0.Septe.iiber  ORE FOR SEPTEMBER  What the Big  Mines  Shipped.  Ha  ve  Excellent   Showing; Made   By  the  Great  Boundary Producers  All the mines on ihe/Phoenix branch  are now shipping in 'dump/cars'.  ."���--���'During.'-the'i  the Snowshoe mine shipped 450   tons  of ore. ���-.������  Sinking the winze and drifting at  the 250-foot level are being steadily  carried on at the Brooklyn.  The No. 7 mine in Central camp, is  now shipping about 30 tons of ore per  week to the Greenwood smelter.  The or: shipments from the mines  of the Boundary for the month ol  September make the respectable total  of something over 30,000 tons���or  over 1,000 tons per day. Here is the  list of the leading propeities, with'the  actual weight ol ore shipped, as far  as it could be learned:  See Small Bills for Prices.  300 BOXES 300  The next five days will be a veritable Fruit Fair at the Corner Store.  Orders are coming in thick and fast.  Leave yours early*  Watch Our Window Saturday Night.  (ir.inliy Mires.  M'llho'r l.jili:...  K. O  mine   Siiowsln'e  King Solomon ..  Sunset   No. 7.   Winiiipi'L'   Misa'llanc'ou.s..  Total. .. ..  lolie  l().2(!il  , (>,784  . 2,180.  -150  !)70  ISO  150  ::o'i  500  :!0,.io0  these Fruits are positively the finest  ever brought into Phoenix.  We want you to feel at home in  our stores.  During September, the two smelters  operating in the Boundary treated ore  as follows:  Mother Lode at Greenwood, 23,-  646,000 . pounds of ore, making 557  tons ol matte.  Granby smelter at Grand Porks,  20,058 tuns of oie  For the last week the amount of ore  treated at the Granby smelter at  Grand Forks totals up to , tons,  making the total to date, since the  plant was started,       ,       tons.  The new electric light plant, being  installed at the Sunset mine, in Dead-  wood camp, by Cunningham & Anderson, is expected to be in working  order in about three weeks. It will  have a capacity of 150 lights.  Last Monday the Greenwood smelter made.another record of treatment  for 24 hours, putting through 432 tons  o! ore and 52 tons of coke. Paul  Johnson, the manager, believes that  this establishes a world's record in  blast furnace work.  Work on the  four new   buildings at  tbe Snowshoe is   under   full   headway  by both Contractors Smith and   Corner.    Several cars of lumber : have arrived this week for that  purpose,   and !  the work    will    be   rushed    to   com-!  plelion.    When   furnished   there   ���"���" '  be  accommodations   for   at   least  men.  The Bodie mine,   at   Bodie  camp  Has Greatest Faiih in Future of  Country.  P. F. Godeniath, the conespon-  dent, who has been spending the.sum  mer in the- several mining camps of  he Similkameen, was a visitor in  Phoenix Thursday. While in that  section he visited the impoitant camps  surrounding Princeton, the chief town,  and,had,an excellent opportunity to  gain a fairik'n6wlege;bf the district.  Mr. Godenratli says that Roche  river camp, about .40' miles fiom  Princeton, is coming to the fiont up-  idly, the values' being mostiy gold and  copper and of a. good giade, with Eastern, capital to take hold in earnest.  Not a thing-is being done on Coppei  and Kennedy mountains other than  assessment \vork. 'I'he great amalgamation scheme of "Sunset" Brown  fell through, and that pio|wity is  not being worked at present. The  only property now working a considei  able number of men is the Xirkel  Plate, in Camp Hedley, wheie a foice  of 30 or 40 is constantly busy on development.  Of townsites in the Similkameen  there are, as in every part of lower  British Columbia, more than enough  to meet the demand. Beginning with  Keremeos and Ollalla there are some  dozen or more different townsite prop-  ositons already floated, including Similkameen City, Hedley City, Carnegie,  Nickel Plate, Princeton, Tulanieen,  Allison, Copperfield and Ashnola.  The latter is the very latest, and is being engineered and floated by 1). R.  Young, of Nelson, li. C., in connection with the Similkameen VallevCoal  Co.  Mr. Godenratli   has  great  faith  in  the riches of the Similkameen, which  70! only   needs   adequate    transportation  j facilities to give an -impetus   that   will  prove-up the wealth now  lying  dormant.      In   addition    to    the   mineral  DOINGS OF THE CITV DADS.  Passed a New By-Law Relating to the Wafer  Works System.  At Wednesday's meeting of the city  council there were present Aldermen  Marshall, koy, Punch, Mori in and  Clark, and Mayor Rumbeiger. The  finance committee leported favorably  on the following accounts, which weie  oideied paid :  Morrin, Thompson & Co.  ..  Valc-Coliiiiibui J.umlH'i Co.  Mcliae Bios. A. Smith       I'aluce Stable        Postage. .   .    H. B. Ken, sal.iiv    .  W. K. Williams"-MUry    -   -  A. G. Simpson,   t-nhiry    ..   .  %  C. Flood,  talaiv           ..  ..  Pr. G. S. Goidon, baIiiiv    ..  II. It  Blunt, city enjruieer.  J. B. Boone, salary   Total        A petition was piesented foi a side  acioss.the l*'iist_Tistreet bridge, which  was refeired to the city engineer for a"  icpoit. At this point Mayor" Rum-  beigei ictiied fiom the meeting and  Alderman Mai shall was asked to take  the chair.  By-law No 27, amending the watei  * 30 20  20 43  2 05  15 00  I 50  40 00  25 00  50 05  100 00  25 00  5!) 00  31 00  $415 43  and lignt lianchises.  fiist tune and passed  snd oideied posted  three tunes in   the   I  was then lead a  by   the council,  and        punted  hoeni\   Pioneer.  on   lhe   leservation,  has  shipped   2}  tons of ore to the Greenwood  smeller,! weallh. '��� lias Srcat  l>'~"<si bib ties in the  Secured Grand Forks Contract.  Duncan Smith, of the contracting  firm of Smith Bros., went down to  Grand Forks Thursday to sign the  contract for the erection of the new  public school building in that city.  Tenders were opened Monday evening, there being four of them, al!  ranging close to $13,000. Mr. Smith  expects to start work on the new  structure at once, so as to get it enclosed before wet weather prevails.  The building is to be of brick and  stone, and will have six rooms for  teaching purposes.  now  and  at   work  Republic  A thousand men are  on the  Grand   .Forks  railway.  Patrick Burns, the cattle king of the  Kootenays, has at last become a benedict, and is now receiving congratulations on his marriage "on September  41I1, at London, England, to Miss  Eileen, eldest daughter of Thos. Ellis,  of Penticton, |3, C.  and expects to send about a car per  week. The property is located 17  miles from Midway, to which point  the ore is hauled in wagons. Assayer  Bewley, of the mine, was in Phoenix  on bis way to Greenwood yesterday,  to see the ore sampled. ' The Bodie is  a rich gold proposition, and has about  ten men employed,  Grand Forks will   probably   have a  skating rink this winter.  way of cattle raising and ranching,  which have been tested for many years  already. A good wagon road has  been completed from Keremeos .to  Princeton tliis year, but the mail service is exceedingly poor. Mr. Godenratli expects to start back to Piince-  ton today.  C. W  is now  Wash.  . Abbott, formerly of Phoenix,  running   a   hotel   at  Nelson,  \��4*  ,f  ft  ���Jfc  4  i  ���Mi.  j<*��  if  1.1  I  s��'i  PHOENIX BRANCH ORE SHIPMENTS.       |;i  Tilt followiiij* talile gives Hit* ore shipnifiils of I'hoenix Ilrntich am! other lloiinilai'y  mines lor moo, for the pnst week, for 1901, ami the tolitl to date:��� h  Old Ironsides, Knob Hill  and Victoria   B. C. Mine   Golden Crown ........  Winnipeg.   Athclslan.   Snowshoe   Brooklyn   R. Bell   Totals, tons.   Mother Lode. Deadwood,  Sunset, "  No. 7, Central   King Solomon, Copper. 7  Other Boundary mines. .  Qlipid 'Totals, tons...  ��4.53.i  >9.494  2,500  -.��7.S  1,200  300  150  4,710      170,025  34,7  60  ��S  555  550  ���3=5  560  ;6o  S9.--52  5>34��  3,. 80  97.772  5.375  ',632  207,  62,  725  475  3C  500  3����;s5i  57��  5����  Mond.i},Oct 21 st, was =et for submitting the by-law to the latepayers  toi approval, and the poll will be  taken Irom S to 4 on that day at the  city clerk's office, A G. Simpson being  the lettuning ofiitei. 'The bv-law in  full appeals in another column of this  issue ot the Pioneei.  Mayor Rumberger returned, and  Alderman Marshall introduced By-law  No. 1S, relating to doing city work by  day's labor hereafter and adhering to  the union schedule. It was read and  passed the first time.  A motion then prevailed that all  work on grading the city streets be  stopped as soon, as; possible, the aldermen realizing that the city was rapidly  getting to the end of the funds available for such work.  Miller Bros, were granted the privilege of putting iron gratings in the  sidewalk in Iront of their building,  and it was decided to order two play  pipes, one-half do/en couplings and  oiie c-xpander for the fire department.  Last Friday's Meeting.  An adjourned meeting of the city  council was held Friday evening,  Sept. 27th, when the finance committee recommended that the bills ot  Morin, 'Thompson & Co., for $108.25,  and McPherson Bros, for $349.10, be  paid.  'The sp'.'cial committee on inspection of stieet grading of Bell and  MeBcath, leported as follows:  "'That the contractors have used  1235 feet of lumbsr, being tbe property of the city, which should be  charged* up against them, and further  find that sundry parts of the grading  are incomplete, and recommend that  same shall be finished, at once, and  that $200 iha.ll be withheld from contractors till such work is completed.  " H. R.   Blunt,   C. F.  "G-   W.   RllMUKKIiKR  "J.  A.  Cl.ARK."  Alderman Marshall gave notice of  his intention at the next meeti g of  the council to introduce Municipal  Works and Supplies By-Law No. iS.  Within the last two or three months  there have been any numbei of rumors  afloat in regard to the intentions of the  Dominion Copper Co., owning the  Brooklyn, Stemwindei, Idaho and  Rawhide in this camp. James Breen,  who has been operating the propeities  under an agreement with the corpoia-  tion, winch included the erection ot a  500 ton smelter, left Phoenix in July,  and has not been seen or heard of  locally since, and Dame Rumor lias  stated, and then denied it, that he  was out of the management, and that  the company itself is now furnishing  the cash for present development.  Be that as it may," it is certain that ���  Joseph E. Boss, of 'Toronto, a shaie-  bolder, was a visitor heie recently,  and although little was said, one reason  is now given for his trip to the Boundary. The Pioneer is informed���but  does not vouch for the accuiacy of  the statement���that a plan is now-  afoot for a consolidation of several of  the big Boundary mines, viz., the  Mother Lode, in Deadwood camp, B.  C. mine in Summit camp, and the  Dominion Copper Co.'s holdings in  Phoenix camp. Should the amalgamation go through, it is the intention  to immediately enlarge the capacity of  the Mother Lode smelter, and treat the  ore of the several pioperties named.  'The gain claimed for such a combination is economy of management and  general administration.  At present the B. C. mine ships exclusively to the Mother Lode smelter,  and there appears to be no doubt of  the intention of the directors of the  Dominion Copper Co. to treat the  ores of their mines at their oivn smel-  tei'~" The "Mother Lode people already  have th��ir own smelter in successlu!  operation, and its capacity is now being doubled. 'The theory is that all  three concerns could save nionej by  consolidating interests.  And there's the rub. There aie  many interests to be looked into and  looked after, and it is not by any  means certain that they, or a majority  of them, can be brought togethet 111  the matter, although it is repoited  that the effort is being made.  Change of Railway Plans.  Should this consolidation go thiough  it would urobably mean somewhat of  a change in the proposed route of the  V., V. & E. railway into Phoenix.  'The present survey is from Grand  Forks up Fourth of July creek, via  Summit camp, to this city. This has  latterly been supposed to be the permanent location line. In case the  Biooklyn and Stemwinder ore is  treated at Greenwood, however, a line  must be run to the latter place, and it  would probably,leave the main line at  Midway, follow Boundary creek to  Greenwood, and thence to Phoenix,  via Summit camp.  To do the preliminary survey work  on this line from Greenwood to Phoenix, Engineer 'McCarty, of the V,, \r.  and E., who with his party, has been  cam pea in town, leaves to-day for a  point about half way between Greenwood and Eholt, on Eholt creek. He  will at once run the preliminary lines.  'The problem of getting into the Green-,  wood smelter is, however, a serious  one. and has yet to be worked out.  Whether the consolidation referred  to will go through is as yet uncertain,  but steps are being taken to look into  the necessary details.  7>*��7  M i%?>8^^  Columbia Wins the Cup.  Great interest has been manifested  locally in the International yacht race  that took place this week just outside  of New York harbor between Shamrock II, Sir 'Thomas Upton's English  boat, and the Columbia, the present  holder of America's cup.  Just as the Pioneer goes to press we  are informed that the Columbia won  the third stiaight yesterday by the  narrow margin of- three seconds, including the time allowance.  About the New Church.  Rev. I). H. Reid is in Nelson securing plans lor the new Congregational church, to he erected this fall  in Phoenix. He will return next  week and will be ready to receive tenders. Regular Congregational  preaching services will begin in the  dining room of the Old lionsides  hotel, Sunday, Oct. 13th.  'I'he new church will cost about  $.?,ooo, and will be capable of seating 300 persons. It will have a spire  and belfry, with vestry rooms suitable  for church purposes. If no unfoiseen  delays come up, the new edifice is to  be dedicated about tbe end of November. Mr. Reid will remain in  charge of the work until a new minister is sent out from the east.  Weekly Church Services.  Church o( England Services will he  held on Sunday as usual in the Hardy-  McKenzie Hall, Dominion Avenue.  Holy communion at S a. m., Matins  at 11, evening at 7:30.  Methodist���Preaching service will  be held Sunday evening, at 7 o'< lock,  at Miners' Union hall. All invited,  Rev. G, A. Kinney, pastor.  ���h\  II  I life  5 iff'  :.;��1f  5S?*$��K  IBWgflEBBBaSBBHHBE^^  .... _.T.:ak> THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  v /.J    ��� ���  t*j-*�� ::��� -  -7-- '  t *- *���'      1  -.* -" -;l '  ;f~'  2>   -  �����-t-M-M-��  ! The Canadian Bank of Commerce  head office, toronto.  Capital, $8,ooo,ooo.      *���      *      Rkst, $2,000,000.  HON. GEO. A. COX, Prwldtnt. B. E. WALKER, Gtr.cral Miiugcr.  J. H. PLVMMER, Au't Gcn'I M*uagtr. .J  t t  i! H. R. DAVIDSON, Acting Mgr. Greenwood Branch J  j. <*  ����.)������-)H*��*>��*>*>* �����������������������������������*��*��-��4-M-*f**M^*-��*��'-��-��44*��*f ���-���-�����������������*������*��� *  Pacific slo|ie states. To say nothing  of oui indiistii.il and conimeicial in-  teiests in this icspect, the piovincc  will have little polunal infiuence until  it has a membei in the cabinet.���  Gland F'oiks News.  AT HALF  MAST.  (The ColloiWiiB ,s rrom t],e ,���.��� uf R- *.> Ai���ier.  111, UnioniCicek, i!  C, ami win  son.  t..  _  the Slocan Drill iuVt ����'���,")'  was ]>ublUlicd in  The Phoenix Pioneer*  ISSUED ON RATI KDAY HI THIt  PIONEERPUBMSIIING CO.  AT I-HOKMX, II. c.  W. B. WILLCOX. Manager.  ���ivi..���i,n���,.��    f flllfcllie*H office No. 14  relcpliom*   f Moimsei'n recldciicc No. in.  KC'USCRIPIIONH IN ADVAJ.CB.  Per Year *�� <*> j  fiix Months  i.��  To I'orelgji Countries , '   .3����  If you ore not n ���ubscrlher to this paper, this  It an luvltntiou to vou to become one.  President Roosevelt is canying out  to the lettei the policy of his picdeccs-  >oi in office, and those who looked foi  a change ate disappointed. This, is  light, for a man who was elected on  the McKinley ticket.  Advertising rntcH furnished on nppllcntlim.  Legal'iioticen 10 mid j centH tier line.  Vour weekly insertions conutitute one inonth'H  mhertlsIiiK.  This week the whole piovincc, to n  greater or less degiee, has been doing  honoi to the heir apparent and his  bcttei half. While theie may be a lot  of needless clap-tiap about it, theie is  nevcilhelessan underciuient of loyalty  to the mothei countiy and the king  that it is good to note.  ^jtAorL>  JOSEPH MARTIN'S DECADENCE.  When  others went bhek on Joseph  Martin in the last provincial campaign,  Smith  Curtis stood by the man from  Manitoba, although it cost him  many  good votes to do so.    It is different  "now, however, and is likely remain so.  Eye witnesses of a scene in the late  campaign in New Westminster, when  J, C. Hiown, the government minister,  went down to defeat, assert  that Mar*  'tin and Curtis almost came to blows.  It was at a political meeting, and Mi.  Curtis staled that if Mr. Dusmuir was  woith but $8,000, rather than $8,000,-  Jooo, the redoubtable Joseph would not  have been  so ieady to  take up the  rause'ofthe millionaire premier.    At  this  Martin jumped   to  his feet in a  ��������� white heat, and he and Curtis almost  came to blows.      J  In  the  past Cnrtis'has done .much  tffo'r, Martin, but instead of mere oppo-  ,��, sition now, it is said that it will be war  to the knife. 'So bitter is Mr.,Curtis  according \to report,, that  the .latter  proposes to make it his  business to  personally; opjjqs'esMartiiv should  the  "stormy petrel"_ ever,offer himself foi  t re-election, no matter in what part of  the province it might be.  Joe Martin has steadily and persistently alienated his best friends and  supporters, and he now stands almost  alone. Political prophets assert that  it will not be long before Mr. Duns-  muir has no furthei use for him. Joe  made his own bed and must lie on it.  He is reaping "the whirlwind.  EDITORIAL COMMENTS.  One- of the absoibing topics has  been the international yacht' race.  Much interest is manifested in this expensive sport.   ;   ���'  The completion last week of the  all-Canadian telegraph line to Dawson  marks ari-era in the development of  trie rich' Yukon.*v  The business men of Rossland are  certainly long suffering. For the last  two or thiee months the Rossland  Minci has been continually icliashing  the stiike situation ad libitum. The  pinniclc was reached in last Sunday's  issue, when the conditions were ie*  viewed in a little ai tide of some 15  columns of solid type.  At this Hiiting the political ciisisat  the coast is still on. The sensible  suggestion is made that the legislatuie  meet, pass a redistnbtitiou biil and  then go to the people. But that is  not what Messis. Dunsmuii and Mai-  tin want, Theii names, would be  spelled "Dennis"���lo use a slang  term���it they presented themselves foi  re-eleclion.  The Nelson  Miner advocates the  s  the abolishment of the British Columbia Gazette, the weekly published  by the provincial government at Vic-  toiia. The leason given is that the  legal adveitising it enjoys, amounting  to $20,000 per yeai, would be distii  billed among the diffeient papwis pf  the province, and be nioie efficacious  for the adveitisei.  . According to the recently published  report of the Ymii Mines, l,td , that  propei ly is now earning at the tate ol  30 pei cent per annum with its So  stamps constantly dropping. And yet  there aie those who say that the laws  of Eritish Columbia pi event the profitable investment ot, capital in mining  enterprises. Given an equitable ad  mixture of biams with capital, and  mining can be made a safe and lucia-  tive business.  'While the Phoenix team did not  carry off first prize at the rock-drilling  contest in Spokane, the boys made a  mighty good showing.    *-  In carrying out-their extensive nlans  of development in Phoenix, the managers bf the'Granby Co. will, this fall,  erect a number of cottages for the use  of the company's employees here.  The Vancouver Province seems to  be justifying the title of yellow journal,  sometimes: given to it. The most recent fake story was that about an alleged liot on the Grand Forks-Republic railway.  .  . It is not surprising that Stephen H.  C.'Miner, president of the Gianby Co.,  should .have been moie than pleased  at the progress of Phoenix in a year's  time. Phoenix has a steady, substantial  growth���no boom, whatever.  Joseph Martin, K.C, is now said  to be a firm believer in party lines in  provincial politics. Joseph has tried  the game unsuccessfully in so many  different ways that the stiaight party  route is the only one left. But it mil  not avail.*  .It is repoited that a movement is  on foot to impoit Japs to the Yukon  for the wot king of the Klondike mines,  and that the little blown men are now-  being gathered together lor that purpose It is ceitainly getting to be a  pietty state of affairs when a section  that this year sends out $20,000,000  111 gold must resort to Asiatic labor,  and cannot afford to pay fair wages to  white men. Is theie not a chance  here for investigation by the loyal  oriental commission ?  Cousins, across tliejborder lino,  Youra ia a Borrow keen;  You mourn your murdered president  As we have mourned our Queen.  The kindly word you gave to us  We give it trebly back���  Dlil Glory fluttem down tho must,'  Wo lower down tho Jack.  Jn tliis your hour of deopest grief,  Wo roach you out our hands;  We're kinsmen still, by ties of blood,  Altho' of diffeient lands.  And now, while sadneBB clouds each  heart  And lionies are diapetl with black,  Hnlf-ruaut droops down your U11 ion  I flag  [       And half-mast hangs the Jack.  Tho British heart ia often rough,  Nor used to cultured ways;  The British tongue has little skill  In framing courtly phrase.  . But sympathy, the British heart  Will never, nevor lack;  Nor, in the hour of death, refuse*  To lower down tho Jack,  Tho fell assassin's cowardly blow  With us that horror meets  Which, only in your Yankee breasts,  The old "fair play" repeats;  Which stira the anger in our hearts  That justice cannot slack���  As you let fall the Stars and Bars  And we, the Union Jack.  In mute salute we lower thorn,  These grim old rags of state:  Pray God, the days are passing by  When hearts are filled with hate,  When Anarchy goes stalking forth  With murder in its track���  And for its victims we let do.vn  Tho Starry Flag and Jack.J  Not only President, but mon,  For one whose mind was broad:  With heart-love for his fellow-men,  With soul-love for his God.  Our hearts with gloom are overcast,  As mourning, we look back���  Old Glory flutters down the mast,  We lower down tha Jack.  Gallihei, Session ot inoi.AiU-ndunce,  Punctuality,   Depuiimcnt  and  so on,  signed.   W    Jnuuici,   Pienuei.    'Ihej  tiouble i'   ���     even then theie  would I  be sure to       i lot <.l nasty, caipuig in-1  dividuals who would persist in   asset i-  ing that they could t ut as good a mem j  ber of paihament out of a stick ol cot- \  tonwood.    Positheh  theie is no satis  l)ing some people���Revelstoke Hei*  aid.  JOHN. A. CORYELL.  Provincial Land Sukvmoi1,  Cuii. is'i> MiniNC Knumik  ISIAIII.IMIKU   l88r*.  PHOENIX and GRAND FORKS, B. C.  D. J. MATHESON,  NEW TOWN OF CASTLEOAR.  The C. P. R. Will Probably Erect a Large'  Depot and Hotel.  The  1 nil way   between   Nelson  and  Robson has been gieatly iinpitned  of  late.    Fiom   Slocan Junction to Rob-  son theie is now but one  biidge  loll,  and that is ovei Sloca.i livei,  all   the  test   having been filled in.     I he Nelson Minei thinks Robson is   likely .to  be  sidetracked,  Catlegar,  wheie  ihe  biidge  is  being  built  acioss the Columbia, a mile below   Robson, heroin- ���  tug the favorite point.    Woik men   an-1  now   engaged   in   pulling  down   the  small   station   that   was elected at the  latter point, and it is said that the   C.!  P. R. will immediately pioceed   with .iJ  large depot and hold.    The swinging!  section of the budge has ai rived iiomj  the   bridge*.oiks  and  it is now being I  placed   in   position.     \   numbei    ol I  ranchers   have   taken   up   land lately'  ���iliing the banks ol the Kootenay neai '  Robson  and aie actively engaged   in '  clearing and pieparing lot nevt season.  INSURANCE AGKNl,  Kll'.r., Mil, ACCIDI Nl.  ('iiiiii.ili*.ioiiii lor niklne Altlilmltt*.  Piioi'Nix, B.  DR. WORSTS*  SCIENTIFIC  INHALER cures CATARRH  :Eor Sale Only by:  R. A. SCOTT,  CONIKACIOK AMI Bull lll'K.  KsllMAII-s FUKNISllKIl,  PIIOHNIX, B.C.  Night Bell  Phone 16  n. s. cavm:v.  W.  II. COCHKANI  CAYLEY & COCHRANE,  SOMCIIOKS, K'IC.  PHOENIX, B   C.  D. WHITESIDE,  Bakkisikk & Soi.ichok,  Gn.vcH U'iIUiiiii* Mock.  PM015NIX, H. C.  J. B. Boyle  rmaC  - -- -   -   Complete Stock of=^=^���..���  WATCHES, CLOCKS  AND JEWELRY=r  Watch Repairing a Specialty.  SPECTACLES AND EYE CLASSES MUD  ALL RECORDS BROKEN.  Bulte  of  FROM FAR AND NEAR.  Copper mining is again attiacting  attention iu in East Kootenay.  Rossland camp shipped 2,480 tons  ol oie last week.  I)i. II. JL. A. Keller, foimeily of  Rossland and Ymii, has decided to  piactice his piofession at NeNoii.  It is stated that the laigest body ol  coal discoveied'in the last 25 yea is is  the Ciow's Nest Coai aieas in the Ft.  Steel district.  Chailie (-.off knocked out Fitzgerald  in the Icuitli round in a glove contest  at Cianbiook on Thursday night. The  light was a hot one fiom the stait.  ���*������������*������������*���������� ��-����-*��-4  STRICTLY   BUSINESS.  ����������>�������������*�����������������������������������������  WHAT THE EDITORS SAY. ���  : " :  It is very unsafe to figuie too far in  British Columbia politics.���Revelstoke  Herald.  Judging from the newspaper reports  about Rossland that city must have a  large shoot of smooth liars.���Ledge.  For once American justice was swift  and sure. C/olgos/, the muidcrer of  President McKinley, will die in the  electric chaii at the state prison,  Au  The name of Czolgos/ should be  spoken with a pronounced hiss at the  beginning and the end.���Vancouvei  World.  The Martin-Dunsmuir government  is iu a bad strait. Members of the  legislature are being sounded, the  paity fence being repaiied as fat as  |x>Bsible.���Ft. Steele Prospector.  The Colonist is ominously silent as  to the result of the New Westminstei  election. Editor Lugiin has a difficult  task to peifoim, but he seems to be  equal to the occasion.���Nelson Economist.  The Snowshoe company is going to  build a smeltei and it is to be located  at Grand Foiks. This has been  definitely decided upon by the people  of Giand Folks. As they aie anxiously  inteiested in the matter, theie is no  good leason why the Snowshoe company should be consulted.���Green  wood Times.  Advertising right makes advertising  might.  It takes all kinds of people to make  a world, but theie aie few of the kinds  who do not read adveitisements.  The advertising that is hardest to  write is the kind that turns the people  after they have smarted the other way.  Just because you are supposed to  tell the' truth in your adveitising, its  no sign that you should iell everything  you know.  Every merchant should have a caid  ���no matter how'small���in the local  paper. When he ceases to advertise  lie should quit business.  "To advertise" is all there is to it.  Not to do so is to reject the goods the  gods give, and to puisue methods  several centuries behind the times.  , Plain facts, plain prices, plain sense  and plain spoken, straightforward c<>  position in plain type���-these are the  things that successful ads are made of.  Some men stait an advertising campaign, and the moment they strike  rough seas they haul down every sail,  and olten aie not content without cutting down the masts. The business  which never has lough seas to cross  never advei rises, and lor a very good  reason���it does not exist.  Team   Drilled Through  55 Inches  .Solid Gran'le at  Spokane.  Biadshaw and F/eeth), of Butte  dulled thiough 55 inches of solid  gianite at Spokane last week. At 53  inches the> broke tlnough the bottom  of the block, and taking a dulled  startei.they tana new hole down thiee  inches belore the 15 minutes elapsed.  I'neii iccoidol"55 inches laised ihe  iccoid made the night beloie bv Ross  and Mcl.eod ol Phoenix lour   indies,.  The exhibition is without doubt one ���  of the most lemaikable cei   made  iu ,'  the whole woiId.    It is haul  to  coin-' k-honf cuiiiniinn3s.  pate   it   with   records   made  in oihei ,'     ""  pans of the hoi Id, as gianite varies in j  hardness,   and   the   Spokane kind   is  lather  soft on  account ot its low pei-  centage of quail/..  The commonly accepted drilling ic  cord foi the woild was niaueby Huppi  and l.indquist at I.eadville l.aboi Day,  when they dulled 41^ inches in C11I1-  nison gianile in 15 minutes On the  othei hand, Biadshaw and Fitethy,  dulled 42^ inches 111 Montana gianite  at Helena on Labor Day. Stewait  and   Make at  Coloiado Springs  in  R. B. KERR,  Bakkisikk and Soi.iciiok,  notary i'uhi.ic.  PHOENIX, B.C.  FIRST SI'RKI*:r, Oim'O.iii  Ea-.ii.kn 'Iown-.uh-*. Bin:.  PHOENIX, B. C.  ALDHAfl & BLUNT,  Mine Sukvi.yoks,  anii Dkaikjiii.smkn.  V. & X 'IMiJiin. No 70.        P"oi:nix, Ii. C.  j P. Burns & Co.  PHOENIX  MARK El'.  MARTIN & FERGUSON  I'RACI'ICAl. IlOU.SK and sign  l**IN rKRS, DKCORaTORS, I'.TC  1:  ill All OI'KICI   I OK IIOUMIAKY CKI IK, I.KI.I* NW00H,  II. C,  III AliOUANIl'KS, NCI SON, II. C  ....MeHlnnd tail flw! tlrt*  Maikets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,  Silveiton, New Demcr, Ymii. Salmo, Rossland, Tiail, Cascade,  Grand Forks, (ireenwood, Midway, Niagara and Phoenix.  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  All orders receive prompt attention.  a  a  a  a  ���  a  a .  a  a "  . a  Phoenix, B. C.  Phoenix Lodge No. K,  Knights ol Pylrlu.  MtreU eveiy Tuesday inula  ut 730 |>. in , Miners' Union  lli.l).  Visiting Sn-tlirei* welcome.  C A. McCll'NO, C. C.  O.J.MA1HI.SON, K. K. h.  Mi'dh 1'ieiv  August drilled ovci 51 inches in soft- I'nion Hull  granite,  and   went  cleai  ihiotigh the  ally Inviu-d.  rock.    No record that is known, how- ���    evei,   comes neai the lemarkable pei-1  foimance made by Biadshaw and I'Vec-  thy in drilling 55 inches, and'the tiilc  of champion diilleis of tlje whole woih.  may safely be bestowed upon them.  I. 0. 0. F.   Snow  Shoe Lodge, No. 46*  'I liiiie<lnv  Event Minir.-1  Yi-iluiit Hielliivii Coidi*  I). Wmri'MDp, N. a.  (ifo. |{. Mewt, Hix-.-ir.  HAI.OYOX   HOT   SI'IUVUS    SV.XITVltlfM  The     most    complete it  f  A LTH  RESORT  011 the continent of North  America. Situated midil  icenery tinrivnlled ior grandeur. IStntin r, Fi-ihmif and Excursions Ktsi  dent I'll j mcimi nnd Nurse Telegraphic communication with all parli of lhe woild; t.vo  mails arrhe and depart <*\ery day. IU lutlis  cure all ner'.ous nnd muscular diseases, Us wut-  erj heal all Kicjney, I.iveraud Stouiach Ailments  Terms $isto$iS ptr week, according to residence In hotel or villas Halcyon Springs Arrow I.aVe H C.  COMES HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.  Sale! Sale!! Sale!!!  From now until end of Octo-  we will sell ex'ervthing in the  line of Watches  and Jewell y  at Cost to clear out for arrival  of Kail Goods.  Remember we do not  bandit:  second  hand g ods but  nil are Al  an 1 guaranteed.  v.o  I'HOENIX AERIE,  NO. 158.  \IcUiiij h, Sundajs,  K-i-p m. at Ml.,  ci"' Union ll.ill.  VUitmg       lircllircn  corilially nnitid  I   UKKKMAX, Stcy  J  NEAT AND  ATTR,�� CTIVE  OB PRINTING    ^  ^AT THE PIONEER JOB OFFICE  C. A. McCLUNG & COi  V.  A  Olllic,  .v.  MMIoxk, ::(,.  Si a nl.ihl    Ave.  We have 11, Laijrc S'm k,  bought bi'-'oif tl ������ ris'' iiml  and can  q n>tt> close  pnecs.  HI G1AIN, FFED, ROLLEli OATS, IIX  QuotiUi'itit, uivt-u on  t-inii^lii   or   mix'il  .ni-  Good   Saddle  Hones  and  Livery    l^igs  For Hire.  Two Round '  1'llOrMX   AND  'mi's Duly  Uhv.i i  GkH-NWOOI).  I.ciivcs |':i....iii\  Time  nt  !)   11. in. nil I   I U 1   [��� in ,   Pii 1 nix  ..BERT MALAKIIHIiMi  BOOT AND SHOE MAKER ....  SPECIALTY OF WORK FOR MINERS  avi'�� liiccnuiitiil (d li.O,) 11 in ami 4 |..u.  Tune,    s'iiik'uvk liiiv. h Pnot'i'ix hi   il:!'  (iri'cnwooil nt 12:30 11 in. "  I ��K t.in\.i'Ml  I   11 III ..- N'l  M011 ison-Amleisoii Blk  IMIOhNIX  SAI.K  BELL'S  '���TOY- STABLES AND  H. BELL,  Prop.  Knob   Hill  \ve.    .  BLOOMFIELD & DUNBAR,  PROPRIETORS.  flood Saddle, I'ack and  Uiiving Morses. Ilea\y  Diaying. Chaiges Keas  onable.  \  , B. I.  Phoenix Laundry   J. T. LAWRENCE, Propkiktor   Bundles called for and delivered promptly to every part of the city. ��trd your  order by Phone.  v^  ^^w^     ^���������������������������������������������������������* *�������������������������������������������������������� ***��.��*.�����*.��.<  ���������������***v*������*��*��a*a*��***a  Furniture  O N I. Y     U X ION    H K i, V  lllvST Ol*' \VOKK GUAKANrKKI)  EMI'LOYKU  V. & N. 1'IIONK NO. 30.  Dominion   Avenue,   Adjoining   Hutte   Hotel,  Phoenix, Ii C.  Bellevue  Hotel,  HOUSE-  TN this line we  are in  a  better position  than ever to supply  the  wants  of the  j Public of Phoenix.  I  -a**-* *���-��->���-�����->�����-��*�����  Every newspaper in Ijiitish Columbia should begin a consistent and  persistent agitation for a lepiesentative  burn, New York,on the z8th of this'1" lhe ,)om"1,0�� caWnet for this pio-  ���������,���,    .���;,f,;��� . ..      r 1    j       vinee.    The  territory  for which Mr.  montn���.vitnin two months of the date c*t.     ��� ���    ,  , , . . ,uo,u"�� U1 u,cualc.Sifton is sponsor,  mcluaing  this pio-  olthe atrocious crime. \riace,  is nearly as large as the entire  Sir Wilfred Thinks Thai "Our BUI" is All  RigH.  The Heiald  gathers fiom  the remarks of the Grit press in this electoial  distiict  that  Sir Wilfrid I.auiier  has  written a testimonial foi   Mr. Galhher  to  inform   his constituents that iheii  member is  a  real good man and  an  ornament to YaleCanboo.    Ofcouise  this is a leaiful blow  to Mr. (iallihei's  ignorant critics out heie,  who   "don't  knort unwilling about it."   Sir Willi id  sa\s he is all light and that settles  it.  The general impression that Mr. Gallihei needed to get  a considerable wiggle   on   to  himself   must   be entirely  euoneour.    Sir Wilirid sajs  he  is  a  useful member and Williid is an honoi  able   man.   'At   the same  lime one  might ventuic to hint that other Libcial  niembeis, like Frank Oliver of Alberta  foi instance, do not pppear to be under  any 1 ecessity   ol applying to Sir  Wil-  fnd for a diameter to  fetch  back   to  their constituents.    Still   the  idea is  not without its   merits.    It  might  be  developed   into   something   like  the  monthly public school reports���XV, C.  j CLARK (SL BINNS, ��   "Old Ironsidks Avk. 2=>  Undertaking    =S       and Embalming  Pointing ��*  Decorating  SIGN WRITING^^  Paints, Oils, Glass,  Varnishes, etc., etc.  Knob Hill Avk.,  PHOENIX, K.C.  I his hotel is centrally located, newly built and newly  fm nished thioughout Even thing is fust class. Bai  stocked with ihe finest.  1  f  &  1  EDWARD SIMPSON, Prop. T  mum m m,  PAUt KAUFFMANN, Proprietor.  COPPER ST., GREENWOOD B C  Ws,c fubnishe  PIANOS, ORGANS,VIOLINS AND  Large  and  Small Instruments tt Right   Prices  rUtL 1 IrvE OF SHEET MUSIC  hlioit Nutin.  ED roB  Kins   nit  WALL PAPERS, SASH and DOORS  OUR   Morro-llest    MatLn.i1,    Thorough  Work, hlltirc-.Satiir.ictioil  V. & N. Fiicsf, 86,  J. C GOUPIL, Agent, Ph^nix stwet.  P-tioenis: Home Brewed  Chuuo Wines, Lirjuois and Cigars always in  stock lloaid liv dav orwe-'-k. One trialand  yon Hill remeinbci The Mnpie Leal Forever.  Sronsides  Ave.  ���GREGG & McDOMALD, Props.,  PHOENIX  Biened b3 .1 Home Institution has proven the test and has made a  host ot iM.ends ��ho testify u, its Good Qualities  s hi  seiveittothei, customers, and who find   that   the   Beer   "Made at  Home   ,5 e,,ua!, ,f ���ot beltc|) tI)an foI(..gn Uk^  JULIUS MUKU.ER, Proi-kieior.  Corner Standard Ave. and Banner St., Phoenix- THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  >ger  ;.v-;V.;.'''-   <&  AGENTS   FOR   DOMINION COPPER  COMPANY'S ADDITION TO PHOENIX  Choice Business and Residence Property in   all parts  -. '",' '   ' ''  .. '   . r~ ' i ' "=  of   th~   City  '';' '    : ' '"   ' ' '  '"   ���  f AST APRIL we prophesied that Phoenix would  "be shipping more or e than any camp in British  Columbia before the end of the year.   Over   250,000    tons of ore  have been   sent out  M over the Phoenix branch of the G. RRv since July/ 1900���one year; and this  I  camp is today producing more ore than any mining camp in the Province..  PHOENIX '-WILL SUM' *S MUCH ORE IN UK>1 AS ALL Oil I 1C It 'CAMPS IV BUIThll COLUMBIA TOGETHER.  Let hh it'll'you i-diiic-lliinfj.iiiorc.aliout Phoenix mid its |>0Hsibilitii'f* mr invvfinioiil. ' Cprivunondeiicc promptlv answered.  a RUMBERGER   &   TAYLOR,       .- -.'. ''*=? :''-i:y\yj& ^jSjOsP PHOENIX, B. C.  ^������������������������������f+++++4+* ���>������>��� ���Vf-M-0 oi++y+++f++++i4��-++++++++:  FRANK GOFORTH, Prop,  t  t  ���  t  The He-vt Appointed and Equipped  '    Hostlery in the Boundary.  |:fj WINES, LIQUORS, and CIGARS.  tH7.ll IS i>o|>iiliir resort  1  A1   tins been refuted.  I  1 rcfiiriilslied  nnd ll.i.r  (oiivlilt'     overturn l'e<l  tlify 'jilioul   mill   I'.ir  , ii1��1m-*i(  with    iill.llic b  * nimlt-ni .liiitel coiik-ii- f        ���  j Sirnc^r.Kphffi ��� 1MPGKTRI) and DOMKSTIC.  j connection   with   the j  _._.___  i ollic -mid l�� liei-diinnr- - ,.  ��� ��Tvimf1Si*n".i'rwv ��� Comfortable Sample lj TJ|e ���*�������"��  *���������"���?*<  f m*%.i���^�� ki��.i ii l������'.����� Rooms for  V i  "p"',ul,ySu]ktM-  i tlu- comfort :n*il con* I   ��** ���   ���wwma   iui       &��� j)  \\'<r uitn tu jjIciikc <#iir,|irr-  I VilciS.Il���: ! Commercial Travelers  * lurcc-il liv Ilie iiddllloii  *'    .  ��� of fifteen   nicely   fiir* 1  ninlicd rooms, f  ���0*.|>��w-lM��><��*a��W  f  Ht-nt Iiir^t trade nntt  rier-firrve mure  iiominion av.>, ; PHOENIX, B. C.  ^ Butte Cafe  Open  Day  ....Night  Gome in Season.  First-Class Dining Room with Piivale  Ijoxes for Families. Home Cooking.  Only the Itesc of Everything to be  found in the Markets.  GEO. W. BLAKE,  .M.XX.M.KIf.  1 THROUGH  THE WEEK  llllpl>ci.|||j;H  u nil l',veiit<  'flint Intercut  .riiociiicians.  0 ~..~~��.~..   -  .#  ��  There is one'.lung ihai the city of"  I'hoenix sinnds in need of today, and  that is a lust-class hotel���first-class in  eveiy sch,se of ihe term. If a company could he organized to build a  two or three 'story 'brick hotel, with an  experienced ��� man ��� to 'manage it, the  Pioneer will find per.,ons willing to put  in desirable, corner lots and to also]  subset ibe liberally for ilie shares.  .Anyone de.siiiiig'.I'mtlter information  on this subject can secure it ol" the  editor of ihe Pioneer, who is'niuhor-  I' ized to, make this proposition.  j: Chief of. I'olicc.Flood has been waging a 'war un untagged dogs for several  days past, and as a consequence his  pound has contained a dozen or so  yelping canines. One desiiable result was the enriching of the city to a  slight extent.  Looks Down on Dan Mann.  \V. R. Williams*,'accountant 'for the  Dominion Copper Co., with' head-  cjiiaifei'.s at Phoenix, was in Nelson  last evening on his way to'East Kootenay. Although a brother of the great  Dann Mann, Air.' Williams is inclined  to look down on the railway magnate,  having the best of the,latter hy about  a foot in heighti���Nelson   Economist.  ��f *���*������������������.���.���.���.���>���.* ���+.ft.f.f*.+*OOC'*..f**-f 44.4+4.H.4.4.4.+.f44. ���������.<-���  PALACE   LIVERY   STABLE  ;e and Transfer Line,  Stag*  PHOENIX,  Stane leaves   I'hoenix ' for   Green-  wood    '8 a. in.  Leaves (lieenwood    10 a.   m.  Iiest turnouts in the Hoiiiislary.    Horses well suited for  long drives. COLLINS & HcGlLLIS, Props.  Leaves I'hoenix   . .  Leaves Greenwood.  B. O.  1 p. in.  a  p. 111.  ooooooooooooo<x>aoocxx)ooooo^^  .Lion S  OTTLINfl   UORKS.  Il  Greenwood and  Phoenix, B.C.  jobbersjn... Wines, Beer and Cigars  SO 1,15 AI11INTS 1'OK V  KlilCIISQUKI.I.UN SI-l.T- .!  I'.KS'HUlTlU.AIIKI.IIKANI) !  Till', MO--T llNAI.THI-'UI. j'.  AND'; KKKKKSIUNtl Ol*' !  MI.S'l*:i(Al, AVATHItS. iv  Frank is'a new, coal mining town  located a few miles east ol" the IJritish  Columbia -boundary'line in Alberta in  the entrance of the Crow's Nest I'ass.  Sevcia! residents .of ihe Slocan have  gone to Frank recently lor the purpose  ol embarking in various enterprises.'.  The town was opened on the 10th of  September, and promises to assume  consideiable.impoi lance. A, weekly  papei is about. staitiiig, to be called  the Frank Sentinel, published by K-.07  and Hany J. MathesOn. The Math-  eson Bios, fornieily ran a:drug store  and issued the Silvertonian al Silver-  ton, on the Slocan lake, but the support dwindled to nothing, and both  plants���one for pill .making and the  other for paper.... making���have been  transferred -to Frank, where it is-.said  a bonus of $600 per annuhi' has. been  secured. .'- '   .-.       . ���*''.  Noah was one of the earliest advertisers. He.advertised that he would  sail nn .a.'certain' date. Those who  didn't believe in advertising failed to  I get tickets and were left i 11 the wet  [during the 40 days, without umbrellas  and bathing suits. As most of them  could not swim it is thought that  they took to ihe trees and became  monkeys. Noah's name has been  handed down through the ages as that  of a wise man, and the merchant, who  today follows in his lead .may enjoy  the same distinction.  Making Dig Strides.  The town of Phoenix, in the Motin-  dary disliict, seems to be prospering,  and its huge ore shipments are ."amazing.'. Its streets are being graded, an  electric light plant and a waterworks  system have just been installed, and  the p inspects of the' new railway is  causing a flutter ol excitc-mcni. There  is no : labor trouble and the camp is  making big strides commercially-"and  otherwise.���Lardeau Eatdc.  of l'olict:McMillan, of  I'hoenix, .who!  arrested him. ,   ������'-   I  To the Taxpayers of the  City of Phoenix.  '������Tnkc uiitlcc Dial tlic lime fur Hie piiyiiiciit of  iill rciil cstuti* Bud iiii|irmT<l piopc-ity t'nxcii linv-  Ink liven ixlcndeil to lhe 31m tiny of October,  1901, nil |M.*rMmii iiiij'Iiik UieiilMxe-ilierure llml  diilc will receive the iikmiiI letmle.-  A I. AN   ii. SIMPSON,  . , Aciiiiii City 1 ierk.  Power Progress at  Cascade.  A colTerdain has been put in by the  water power company at Cascade and  work of laying the fouiidation of die  power house will begin in a few days..  About 30 men aie'now'-'.employed by  litis company. Owing to the inability  of local brick-makers to furnish all the  brick necessary the water power com  pany has purchased several cajloads  iii Nelson, some of which have already  arrived. It will require 600,000 in  construction of its works.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOT1C1*.  Stores ;ino oilices for lent in  tin: .McMilUtn UU)<:k.:7 Apply to  'Arthur Kr, Monk7  the  Mc-  *  NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION  ������NOTICH i* lu-reliy jjiveii Hint Hie pnrtnernw^  liiKtiiforcHuiMlHIiiielietwecii hliiinit-Mc oxui  ���� bilkers in tile city of l'lioeiilf, linn tlilb aa)  ili*t��olvtd bv mutual consent. All debliio��iii({tu  the��ai<l linn to be linid to J. S McCflg ic, l)>  wimm iillnccoimlK will lie Del tied  Dated lit I'liornix, II. C, Jul) ji, 1911  STKI'lll-'v SI.I.NN,  |AMI{Sh JiCAOUH  Witness :   THOS. I.KYAN  ,; Mill era I  "Oromjco" nmi  "Yukon:'. I'rnctlmial     CiitiuiK, Nltnnte lit Hie Ketlle Kl\er'Mlniii-;  Division of Ynle District.. Where '.locntcil:  i-;reenv.'ood .1 in p.  Take notice that I,  OeorRe \V.��� KiniibeiKer, , ---    - -.  . . ..   - .-,       ,   -,.  I'l-ee Miner's ertificale No. Ii .103SS, inteuii sixtv and n(*eiit for John Mulliiiftu, 1 rec Miner s Ccr-  iliiys from the date hereof to apply to the Mining 1 tificate No. H. 40,228, hilr/id sixt) dn��h rroni the  Kecorder for certificates orinitiruveiiiciit for the I 'late hereof to apply to the iihiiiiig recorder lor n  purpose oroblniiiiiiircrouiiKraiiLs for the above j certificate of improvements'for the purpose o  named claims. obtaining a crown srant ol the nbo\c nnined  .MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvemealg.  NOTlC'l-;.  Wheeling'..Mineral Maim, sitiuite iu the Kettle  Kivcr   Mining    Division   ol Ynle  District  Where localeil:   In Oieciiuood ciimp  ,   Take notice: that  I, cieortte \\.  Kiimberger,  l-'reeMlner'si eitlliefite No. II   (n,3SH, for niysill  '    '7. ORhKKS    BY' . TKLEl'HONK  I'ROMrTLYFILI.KI).  '*~?'t^S7-'75���       JAS. McCREATH & CO.. Props.  0p00O06OOOOOO���>OOO0O���!<X)C��O^^  D.W.  Plumbing  & Tinning  Realizes it Now.  A. F. Rosenberger lettnned to Nelson Fiiday night altei a foi might's tiip  through Montana and Idaho. To a  Miner reporter Mi. Kosenbeiger stated  that he had never befoie lealized how  valuable the deposits of British Columbia were till he saw what mines  had been developed in the states mentioned from showings that weie in no  way' superior to those -of Biitish Columbia, while in e.\teul of mineralized  country he had seen nothing to compare, with...almost any uf the mining  sections of this province.���Nelson  Miner.  And further take notice that action, under Sec-  lion 37. must lie commenced  before the issuance  of such certificates of improvement.  Dated tliis j-nid day of June. A. I)., lyoi.y  3*-/|i Oi'.o. W. Ki-.mm-k.geh.  '   MINERAL ACT.  .Certificates of Improvements.  ',"-.'', NOTICH.' ''.'-.  Aluia"l**ractional and l**airplay Traction Mineral  claim.  And fintlier take notice that action, under  Section 37, imisl be coiinueiiced before the issuance of such certificate of iinprovemcnts.  Dated this 9U1 day of Aiiyiist 1901.  3u.48 O. \V. Rl'MBKROKR.  Al'PI ICATION FOR   TRANSFER  OF LIQUOR LICENSE. '  Notice it* hereby ki\cii that I will make .Application tothelKiaru ofLiceiiHingConimJHftiontri+  of the City of Phoenix nt its next mretliig foi a  trauwftr of the liquor 1 cense now held b> me, to  well liquor !>> retail in the Knot) Hill Holel.HiUinte  on I'irst street, on lotn 19 a nil 20, block, it, Ohl  Ironitliics addition to fh e City of Plioemx, to  ^"- J MorrtHOii and James Anderson,  ,, , ^ W. V. KJ'MPT.  Uottd UxU^th day of September, A. Jj , iy>it  HOTEL, BjtwtoijL  A Comfortable Stopping Place  in the Heart of the West  Fork Mines  l'K illy of I'ecd foi Horses  *  ������  ������  ���  ���f  c.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  *-���    ���   NOTICH/  laims.    Situate   ill    Grand   I-'orks Miuiti^  -,   Division of Yale District.   Where located:���in  Greenwood camp, east of the City of Plioenix.  '1'ake.  notice   that I, John    I.ouis Cruhame  Abbott actiiiK as a<^ent for the Hritish Columbia  (Kosslaud and Slocan) Syndicate, Limited, l**ree  Miner's, certificate No. Ii 41161, intend 60 days  from the date   hereof io apply to the Mining  Record    for certificatesofliiiproveme'nts for the  purposeorobtaiuing a Crown Grant of each of| of ol)tainlIlg-   crmvI,Oraiitof the above" nained  theaboveclaiius. |   . fa  And further take notice that action under sec-  Cracker Jack Mineral Claim, situate 111 Kettle  River  Mining  Division    of Vale   District  Where located:   lu Greenwood Camp  ' Take notice that-I, .'George   W.  Rumberger,  Kre..- Miners' Certificate No b 40 3SS   acting for  myself and agent for Harry Nash, Free Miners'  Certificate No. b 41,428 intend, sixtj  dajs from  I lhe date hereof to apply to the mining recorder  ' for a Certificate of Improvements lor the purpose  tion 37 must he commenced before tiie issuance  ol such certificates of Improvements.  Dated tliis 26th day January, 1901.  36 J. L G AiinoTT.  Job Work Promptly Attended to;  I'hoenix strett (Ilack ofl'ostofrice.) V. & N. 1'honeNo.  Phoenix, B* C.  Victoria house   ��� ��� *���������"���; ���:������"���:���  j Leading Hotel of Phoenix j  Everything First Class, Electric Lighted, Electric  Bells, Free Sample Rooms, Finest Liquors and  Cigars.  Attendance at the Phoenix public  school is steadily increasing, the average of laie being 75 pupils, with an  of 'enrollment 87.'  .' *��t  ���.Randolph'Stuart'has'been doing  some prospecting on the Hill Top and  other Wellington camp claims for. a  couple of weeks. Speaking of recent  developments on the Winnipeg this  week, lie said :  "There is now every indication that  the Winnipeg will prove to he a splendid   property   and   probably   the first  dividend-payer in that   camp.    There  has always been plenty of ore,   but   of  a   low   grade.    Now   they arc getting  lout   ore  of good grade, and the prop-  Icily is looking better almost everyday.  ! In time, the cost of extraction,  freight  jand treatment will be such   thai  even  the low grade ore can be mined   at   a  profit."  Life of Klondike Mining.  l~)r. A. C. Robertson, inspector of  mines in the Yukon, places the life of  the district as a paying.placer proposition at a minimum of twenty years,  and says that lor the next ten , the annual output of gold will be from $15,-  000,000 to$iS,ooo. He has reached  this conclusion after a careful examination of the country, but in arriving at  it he has taken into account improved  methods of ^mining, cheaper transportation and consequently ' cheaper labor  and a lower cost of living. He thinks  that it will be found profitable to rework every foot of ground that has  been already mined. "They have  only begun to open up the Klondike,"  he said to an interviewer.  GREENWOOD  Liquor Company  1  MAN'AGKK  And finther take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such cei tificate of improvements  Dated this i2t.-. day of July.A, D , 1901  35-44 GlO. W   KUMllEHGCR  ACKNTS FOR  PABST BEER  Complete tine  of Bar Sample.:  .   B. C.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  N-OT1CK.  Moscow-  Mineral   laim. situate   in   the   Kettle  River    Mining    Division   of Vale  District  Wheie located :   In Greenwood   amp.  Take notice that I, George W Rumberger,  I-'rec Miller's crtificate No b 40 3SS, for myself  and agent for J. 1". Ileiuenuay tree Miner' s er-  tificatc No. l>4o,554 and Jnmes Mor.ni, Free Mm  er's crtificate No. b 41,419, intend sixti, clay  from the date hereof to apply lo the mining recorder for a ccitificate of improiemeulsfor the  purpose of obtaining a cromi grant of the above  named claim.  And further take notice that action, under Sec  tion 37. must be commenced before the issuance  of such certificate of improvements  Dated this -nnd day of June, A  D , 1901.  32-41 Geo. \V Kumbi'roer  Old Ironsides-.AvfcNim,  ]$. C.  HOTEL. CO.. I.tiV., I'ltoi's  PHOENIX, B.C.  ...HOTEL BROOKLYN....  .(Formerly tbe Metropolitan.)  High class wines, liquors and cigars always m  stock  ,    venient sample  room  for  Commercial -Men.  class Cafe in connection. .   _  ���    ��� _      ���  HUGME McGUIRE, Prop.  . Con-  Firs t-  i��: ,V��.:   I  rt hVH^B0(y  P&oenix Shoe Stop.  All Work Guaranteed.    Imported Goods.  FINK. HOOTS AND SHOKS MADK TO  ORDICR.  PRACTICAL    MINERS'  AND   l'ROS-  PKCTORS' SHOES   A SP1CCIAI.TV.  I  II.  GTY - SCAVENGER-  WILL BUILD BRANCH.  iV., V. & E.  Spur to   Phoenix is Now Certain  10 Build.  It is now assured that the V., V.  and E. blanch to Phoenix will lie built,  al.thoutjli the actual work of construction can not he commenced until the  provincial government agrees to allow  the road a right of way across the  crown granted mineral claims whiv.li  must be traversed by the road on its  way to the big hill top camp.  Word was received here this week  to the effect that the Dominion trovern-  ment had accepted the official plat  and plan of the V., V. and E. company tor the proposed I'hoenix branch.  Duplicates of these plans were forwarded to the provincial government  over six weeks ago and the delay in  approving of the plans   has  caused   a  Reorganizing the Pathfinder.  At a iecent\e.\traordinaiy meeting  at Grand l-'orks of the Pathfinder Min-'j-  ing, Reduction and Investment Co.,  Ltd., at which threeqiurters of ihe'  stock was represented, special resolutions were passed to reconstruct this  company and wind it i:p voluntarily,  to appoint Colin Campbell'liquidator,  to sell the whole of the propeity to a  company proposed to be formed, called  the Pathfinder Mine Co., Ltd., approving of the draft agreement submitted to the meeting between the  above company and its liquidator and  the proposed Pathfinder iVline Co..  Ltd.. and 'authorizing the liquidator to  enter into lhe said agreement.        t .  A  confirmatory  meeting to confirm  the  resolution   passed   at  the   above  meeting  will   be   held at'the office of j  the company at Grand Forks  on   Oc- i  tober S at 2 p. in.  Moran's Addition to  Phoenix  Residence Lots in this well located addition are now  oaths mirket.   Good water on the property.   Con  venient to all the mines.  30 to 50 feet front.  Liberal sized lots from  Prices from $100 up.  Apply to  JAMES MORAN,  PHPENIX, B. G  l&MMMim mimm mzmtm^gm  \*+t  W.   J.   FRANCIS, J  MANAGER. 1  ��� *��-f ���*���"���"�� *��"������*���-�������������� ������������������������������*������  EASTERN  Townships Bank,  ES1ARLISHED 1859.  CAPITAL - - - - $2,000,000  CAPITAL, PAID UP - $1,742,535  RESERVE FUND   -  -   $1,050,000  BOARD 01' DIRI-.CTORS.  R. W. JlESFkl n., President.  Hon. M   II   Cociika.m', Vicc-Pres.  Israel Wood, J S Mitchell, G Stevens,  J N\  Galer,   N   W    Tliomas, C   II    Kathnn, H. H.  Brown, K C  IIRAD Ol'FICK, SIIKRI1ROOKE, P. Q.  Wm    Hakvvfll,  Gen'l  Mgr.,  Jas   Mnckinnon,  Assistant Gen'l Mgr.  S   Kochi.1,   Local Mgr  b K. Mom:*., Inspector orilranches.  BRANCHKb.  In Province of Quebec-  Montreal, B Austin, Manager  Waterloo, W I Briggi, Manager.  Roct Island, S Stevens, Manager.  Covvansville, 11 V Williams, Mgr.  Coaticook, E N. Robinson, Manager.  'Richmond, W. r. Ball, Mgr  Granbj, W H Robinson, Mgr.  Bedford, K W. Morgan, Mgr  Huntingdon, A W. WaLson, Mgr.  Magog, E P Olivier, Mgr  St llyacuitlie, J   l.afrainboise, Mgr.  Orinstovvii, W  II llargrave, Mgr.  In Province of British Columbia���  Grand Forks, Wm Spier, Mgi  Phoenix,-K W. black, Acting Mgr.  Agents   in.    Canada,  Bank  of   Montreal   and  Branches  "     London, Hug , National Bink of Scotland  "     Boston, National Exchange Hank  "     New York, National Park Bank  Collections    mnde at   all   accessible   points  Drafts issued for any required amounts, good at  all points in Canada,   U &   and Europe.    Exchange bought anil sold  hAvi>os   Branch    D&paktvii vr    at    Eacit  Ol'FICK.  Interest allow ed from date of deposit and com-  liouiided atinuall-, vvithout requiring attention of  depositor.  Office Hours   10-3- Saturday from 10 to 1.  Spokane ift and M\m  NELSON   &   FORT   SHEPPARD  MA) MOUNTAIN UT.  The oul> all-rail route between nil points east,  west, nnd south to Kosslaiul, Nelson nr.d all 111-  lenuedinte points, connecting at Spokane with  the Great Northern, Northern Pacific and O K it  N Co  Connects ntNeWon with steamer for Kaslo and  all Kooteuux Lake points  Connects at Mevcr'sl ills with stage daiU for  Rt public, and connects at Mossburg with slajje  daih for Grand 1 orks and Grttiiwood  UufRt Slt-H,i>er run on passenger trains be-  LuLtn Spokane and Northpirt  hi 1 I CHVK SUNL> VY, M\\ 5,  1901  T,en\c  DaiK 11 am  ���Arrive  90011 m  Spokane  7 15 P   "i  . 2 50 a  in  Rossland  4 10 p iti  u 1$ a  iu  NlNoii  - 15 P   i��  H  A JACKbON,  Gen ral Passenger  Agent  Leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office  Corner Phoenix St. and Brooklyn Ave.  ecidedly unfavorable impression here,  the belief rapidly gaining ground that  the government which refuses or neglects to accepl the plans for the building of a road which will break the  hold of a monopoly and do much for  the upbuilding of the country must be  controlled absolutely by C P. R.���  Grand Forks Gazelte.  -O  OVliK I'.->'r  ni'i'ii--'*  p HOENIX  Nitrous oxide ilntl oxygen for painless extraction of teeth at. Dr. Mathi-  son's.    Both phones,     ;' *  Suicide at Grand Forks.  John   Schneider,   a   pri.sr.ner at the  un"l Grand I-'orks city jail, committed suci-  cide last week  Thursday   by   opening  the arteries  in his -wrists and neck   by  means of a piece of broken glass.    He  recenlly finished serving a six months'  term ior attempting to shoot   Fay   AI-;  right, a fast woman, who then lived at  Phoenix.     The woman has resided at  Grand Forks for some   time past   and  Schneider followed her   to obtain   revenge.    He vainly sought her, terrify-]  ing the women  of   the   tenderloin   by j  brandishing   two   revolvers.    He   was j  given another six  months'   term,   and.  Thursday at midnight attempted   sui- j  cide by taking poison in   his  cell.    A  physician saved his life.    How he got!  the poison is a mystery.    His  second j  attempt was more successful. Schneider.  was a prospector, 40  years old.     His'  brother resides at hewiston, Montana. I  An inquest will be held. ���  ��� It   is also said that Schneider came  over into the ��� Boundaiy   after serving  his term in the Nelson  jail for the ex-,  press purpose of killing   former  Chief,  That's Our Business  The Job Department of the Phoenix- Pioneer is fully  equipped to turn out the BEST QUALITY of Stationery  for any kind of business. Special attention paid to work  for Mines.    Stock, the best;   quality, the highest grade.  ADDRESS:  THE PHOENIX PIONEER,  'Phone No. 14. PHOENIX, B. 0.  ooooee��eoeo��o��ec)OB��ooos*ooe80o��oeoi����o����oaoo��9��eeo9ooo  .EXCURSIONS.  .SIXTY BAY LIMIT TO BUFFALO VIA ALL RAIL LAKE  ROUTE   S00 LINE  Via St. Paul  or Chicago  Sept. :-M7  Oct. 1-1  THROUGH SLEEPING CAR  KOOTENAY LANDING TO  TORONTO: ONE CHANGE  TO BUFFALO   l'or Time-taMes   rates  and   full inrorinatiuii  call 011 or address nearest local agent, or  o. w,  l)i*:v,  Agent,  Phoenix, B. C.  E. I.Covi.k,  A.G.P.Agt.  Vancouver, B.C.  J. S. Carter, I). P.  Nelson, B.C.  rife I  ''' Jp r  uf  i*r.J  If  ill  mi  <m \s  m  -'(.  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Limited  <��  OPPOSITE OLD  IRONSIDES HOTEL  :���  ���j****  For Fine Fitting Suit of Clothes or a Winter  Overcoat, made up in the latest style and with the  best trimming's, call on  McAULIFFE,   THE   TAILOR  Opposite the Post Office.  Who carries a large stock of Fine English, French and Scotch Tweeds and  Serges.   Only imion h/ tip employed.  Corporation of the City  of Phoenix.  BY-LAW NO. 27.  I   The Local Grist.. \  Dr. Mathison,  Both 'phones.  ��FJ  urn  &  #C  *>,  "���\.  . * j. < i  fa ,\,,c,  ^ -  j  : >b ^      /  i   *  I-- -  ' -  I 'i "V    - '  L.ti -   ,   J  h 11v  *���<*,'���  IK  ���i i  t  ���fc-' ...  , l>  dentist,. Green wood.  ,.*i*^{*'  Solicitor Heisterman came up fiom  Grand l-orlcs'Monday.  J Alex.l"Blooniiield is sick at the hos-  jTpiVal in Greenwood.  zf'iffi'1   County rourt will be held at Green-  -*'       wood next Monday, Judge Leamy presiding, v  Dr. Mathison, dentist, will be at  the Victoria hotel, October i oth, 11 th  and 12th.  Robert Barr has leased  the  bar of  tbe Stemwinder hotel  and  has taken  -    possession.  Peter Genelle, the lumber king of  Kootenay and Yale, was a recent visitor to town.  H. N. Galer, of the Granby smelter, Grand Forks, was a visitor in  town this week.  J. L. Parker, superintendent of the  Dominion Copper Co., visited Rossland on Thursday.  Ernest F. Plum came up from  Grand Forks Monday and left "the  next day lor Vancouver. ���  Mrs. G. E. Breakenridge is spending several days with Mrs. McArthur,  an old friend in Greenwood.     '  Wanted���A good stable in cential  location.     Will lease for a long  time  if owner will build      Inquiie  at  Pioneer office. "  James Moran  has residence lots in  ,    his new addition wuich  he will   dispose of for $50 and $75,,, wfthout  building conditions *  ,     The ,Phoenix  Laundry now has an  uptown bianch office at Laird's barber  '    shop, McMillan   block." , Orders- left  -there will receive prompfattention.'1 *��� ,  "       Syd (I\. Coulton, ol the div goods  department 'of' the  Hunter-Kendrick  Co.,  who  has' been off on a seveinl  >weeks vacation, in  the east, returned  Monday night. a\ t  XV. J. Astley^ consulting engineer of  the Snowshoe, returned to Rossland  yesterday, and Altred McMillan returned eailier in the week, after an  extended visit.  ' City Clerk Dougald McMillan, who  was taken to the Sisteis hospital;  , Greenwood, suffering from typhoid  fever, had a relapse yesterday, and is  today repoited as being very low.  Foundations for the new chuich of  England edifice have been put in by  Contractor Thos. Corner, but he has  been delayed in pushing the work  further by the non-arrival of lumber.  S. V. Treat, representing the Treat  Machine Co., Salt Lake City, came in  on Monday's ttain, to figure on the  new machinery plant to be ordeied in  the near futuie by the Granby Co.  XV. H. Bell has sold out his livery  stable business, including 12 horses  and seveial rigs, etc., to Collins &  Fiaser. Mr. Frasei has taken charge  at the old stand on Knob Hill avenue.  The Columbia telephone office at  Rossland was closed Mondav night, all  * the business now being handled by the  Vernon & Nelson Co, which recently  secured control ot the Columbia system.  This week the gravel and tar roof  was put on the new Bank block. In  the course of a couple of weeks the  Huntei-Kendiick Co wil! begin moving into theii fine new store in this  building.  J. C. F. Nelson, a miner formerly  employed at the Knob Hill mine, died  yesterday of tnenengitis at the Greenwood hospital. He was a member of  Rossland Miners' union and a native  of Maine.  The Pioneer building is now on the  main thoroughfare of the city. When  passing, drop in with that order for  stationery you have in mind. We  have a new lot just in from the mills  in the east.  The Catho'ic Ladies' Aid Society  will hold a meeting at the residence of  Mrs. L. J. Dubray, near the Bellevue  hotel, next Sunday afternoon at three  o'clock, to arrange I01 a social to be  given in the near future. j  T.  F.   McDowell  and   bride   (nee  Mibs Mary E. Ham, foimerly of Owen I  Sound, Out) arrived in I'hoenix   last  Saturday night, and aie making  their  home for the time  being  in   the  Al.  Dlaii   lesidencp on Biooklvn  avenue,'  1  Since  the  raising   of   the   Miller  bloLk, on Dominion avenue, the Phoenix- i,aundiy has much better accom-;  modations, the office being wheie the'  Columbia telephone exchange was  formerly located. Ordeis by'pbon.e '  or otherwise ��U1 leceive piompt at-.  ten tion. -     I  W. S. R'ess, of Ross and McLeod,  wjib competed in the lock diillingcontest at   Spokane   last week, and took  second money, $300, leturned to the  Rawhide mine Tuesday.  Wm.  Tomlinson,   piivate sccielaiy*  to A. J.  McMillam,   managing  diiec-;���];iv>  tor ol the Snowshoe mine,   c.:niu over'  from Rossland Wednesday to spend a  couple of weeks at the propeity.  A few days ago  Chas.   Rembel, of  Cascade, was.manied to Miss Harriet j  Lavally, at  the  home of the  bride's  parents 011 Christina lake, Rev. Heniyj  Steele, of Grand Forks, officiating.  Geoige Latham, while hauling timber foi the Granby Co. Tuesday  evening had his leg broken, The  fractuie was reduced by Dr. IJouchei.  and the injured man is now doing as  well as could be expected.  A special opportunity foi put chasing a nice building lot in the Ironsides  subdivision is offeied by J. E. Mills,  agent, Monisou-Anderson block. Your  choice for $100 to$i 75 on easy terms ���  .should be agieat inducement to parties  wishing to build their own homes.  W. R. Williams, accountant for the  Dominion Coppei Co., letuined Satui-  day fiom a visit to the Noith Stai  mine, in East Kootenay, where 60 tons  of excellent galena ore is being shipped  daily. The Noith Star is one of the  steady dividend payeis of British Columbia.  BUSINESS MENTION.  Dr.    Simmons,   dentist,     Rendell  Block, Gieenwood. V. & N. phone 96.  See Melloi for paints and oils.  Call on Melloi I01 sash,  doois and  Mellor does painting. *  Good romfoi table moms at reasonable rates, at Norden hotel, Dominion  .itentie. ' *,  Furnished 1 corns foi lent in the  Delahay block, Dominion avenue.  Ask for the Miner.s' Union cigai.  Cleai Havana fillet. *  Papei hanging by Melloi. *  Mellor uses only the best material  and employs union laboi. *  See Almstiom & Berg at the Nor  den hotel. Dominion avenue. *  Il you wish a first-class cigai call for  the Miners' Union. *  Good comfoitable moms nt teason  able rates, at Noiden hotel, Dominion  avenue. *  h'oi Sale���5-Octave Piano. Apply  to Mis. XV. B.Willcox, Giey Eagle ave.  Mellor sells wall papei. *  Lodging house to 1 ent. Apply to  MMithut & Monk. f  Fok Sale���Double Spring nnd Mat  tress ciieaji.    Inquiie al Pioneer office  For Salt*���Spiing  Chickens,    $6  and $7   per dozen.   "Mis. XV. Ii. Will-  I cox, Grey Engle Ave ,  'Phone No. 1 5.  the  Nor-  ���5��"  A pply   to  A.  J.   McMillan,   manager of the  Snowshoe. left Rossland  Tuesday   foi I    See Almstiom & Berg at  Montieal,   wheie  he  will   meet   Mr. j Hen hotel, Dominion avenue.  Geo. S.. Waleilow, of  London, Eng- 1     If you wish  a first class cigar,  lund, one  of the  laige shaieholdeis.  A consultation will be held  in   regard  to various matteis connected   with the  propeity.  ' E. H. Lewis,'who was charged with  having stoleh a package ot money  from the Tiail postoffice, was acquit  ted with honor, by Police Magistrate  Boultbee last Tuesday. No evidence  was pioduced' against him. The  crowd in the court 100m cheered when  the dicision was given.  William Lockhart, and Miss Recka  Nulle, both of Phoenix,  weie  manied'       ,.   ., .     .    ,  .        ,, , .    ��� ,    As 1,1'imi.lntoi r am ofTci mg for sale by tenilci  last Satuiday evening at the paisonage those siures of stock ��rtiie,iiio'*e company not  loi the Miners' Union.  Canary  birds  foi > sale.  Mis. J. E. McAuliffe.  Ficsh Olympia "and Eastern oysters  at the Butte Cafe,  Go to Zimmeiman for gold  lings.  Opposite Eastern Townships Bank.  TENDERS WANTED.  GOLDKN CROWN MINKS, LIMITED.  NON'-l'EHt-ON II. I.I.IHIMTV.  of the First Presbyteiian chuich, by  the pastor, Dr. G. Giboney, Spokane.  Mr. Lockhait is employed by the d'a-  mond drill people, who have lately  been boring in the Old lionsides,  B. C. mine and Snowshoe, and who  now have a contnict on the Sunset in ^'r^;,J5"d' nmr'" defauU u,e dc|>osa n'u ,Kf  Claimed ]iy   shareholders of the Jlrondaii and  ('.olden Crown .Mining Company .  Tenc'eis for t lie whole or any paitof-aiclishnrts,  addies-*ed to me at Ilrandoii, Manitoba (P. O.  Kox o-;3), will be received up to R o'clock p.m.  on the 13th dav cf October, 1901, 'J'etideis must  state the iiiiinbei of shares asked for and the  rate hid per -.hare, and must be accompanied 1*3  a deposit of 25 per cent, of the jinoiint hid. II  a tender be accepted the balance will be payable  u 1  Deadwood camp  H. T. Ceperly, of the firm of Cep-  erly, McKenzie & Rounselell, Ltd.,  Vancouver, fire insurance, was in the  city Thursday, on his annual visit of  inspection. He was much pleased  with Phoenix and the business being  done by his companies thiough the  local ��� agents, McArthui & Monk.  Mr. Ceperly thinks .Phoenix will  make the gieatest mining camp in the  province.  A further sum of one cent per share, being Hit  eqnualent of the first call already inndc by the  Oolden Clown Mines, T.iinited, will be payable to  John Inglis.the Sect etar}-- Treasurer of that Company, at llraiidnnt aforesaid, on the 22nd day ol  October, 1901, nnd upon Mich pa>itieut being  made certifit ates w ill be issued to the purchasers  with 96 cents per share ct edited as paid thereon  Tenders should be enclosed in sealed envelopes  marked "Tender" Persons tendering sliould  stnte whether they will accept a less number of  shares thiin that asked fur, 111 case the number  asked for cannot he Riven  WILLIAM A. FULLER, LIQUIDATOK,  Biaudou und Golden Crown Mining ' onipnuy  Try   those   delicious   Olympia  Eastern oysters at the Butte Cafe.  or  Card of Thanks.  We desire to express our heartfelt  thanks to oui neighbois and fiiends,  and to the members of Phoenix  Miners' Union No.'8, for their kindness and sympathy towards us at the  time of the lecent death of. our beloved son, William J. Wheatly.  Geokgk E.  Break en riduk  Mks. G E. Breakenridge.  �����-H-����4*��-��**)-��*��"*>-f*��-��-��*��*��-��-K-��-H"fX  It is a Great    |  ! Pleasure  j  to get good ^  TEA and COFFEE  Ia/E have tea in package;  �� "hi bulk, by the half chest  X or by the chest; and coffee  1 by the pound or by the bar- T  ��� rel, ground or imground. J  -f We guarantee to suit the ��  ���f most fastidious in either line. X  + Coimoiseurs pronounce our i  ^ Ram Lai tea and M. J cof- +  1 fee "much the finest." �����  ���*���     OUK STOCK nho conUiiiis n complete T  ����� stock of Groceries, Crockery +  jr and    Glassware. J  |2e People's Cash Store |  X HAROY-McKl-NZIH BLOCK. -���-  : D. G. MUNRO:  a >  -SUCCESSOR TO -=-  ��� J. F. WALKER & CO.  Choice Cigars. Fresh Fruits,  and the Latest in htwspapers  and Periodicals.  SlniV^JLgi'ili  a  p   ,  ��� '  ���  �� DOMINION AVI*:.. OITOSITK BUTTK ���  ��� PHOENIX, B. C. J  a ���  | Vegetables!     |  Vegetables!! 1  Wholesale and Retail.       |  All  lioinc   grown   and  in I'uie   Shape.  Shipped promptly on receipt of order.  JAS. H. PETERS,  V. & N.'Phone nt Ranch'.  Correspondence Solicited  GRAND FORKS, B.  jH  jf>  J*  c.  s-<?-5-4<< ^^.?^5><?^$^s><S^^���><Sx8^8^^>*  Phoenix : Bakery  C. W. GREER,  Prop.  Phoenix  Street,   Opp.  P.   O.  Bread Delivered Daily to all  parts of the City.  Wlien we say we make (;oo<l Bread  we are only repentiup the words of  our Jijiinycuitoijiers. To Hie stranger  we say, Try it' and be convinced.  PIKS, CAK113, eOOKI!>;S, DOUGHNUTS, Etc., alwnyn on hand.  Light Express in Connection  V. & N PHONK, Jo-  The Municipal Council of Hie Corporation cf  tilt City of I'lioenix enacts as follows:  I. Tin* luy-Iaw ina*��* he cited for nil purposes  ns " Water and Klectfic Light.Franchises Hy law  Amendment Jiv-Luw No. U7. igol'." .     ....  J. bection j of '.'.Witter and Klectnc I.iaUt  l'rtuiclilsrs H)-l��w No. 24, i9'i." '* ,li;r*-"l>>'  ainciided hy ktrikiiiB out ' Iiiiisc*i6umi 13 ol the  proposed ngrt-euieut Kcl Ibrlli llKitiu, and substituting the following thcrtfur:  " 6. That the promote��� shall commence the  construction of Ihcsaid water and lijjht systems  not Inter than seven' days after Hie vcstini; in  thein of the complete title to the f.ai'clM-icS  licitt>> jrruntid, and of valid water records Tur  thesiipply of irater under Part III of'tlie Water  Clauses .'ouiolidalloii Act, of the water comprised iu tno records held by-one Otoige \V.  Kuiiil>eri*er, of two^'sourccs of water on the  -Idaho "and "Cimeron" mineral claims respectively, and ofthe water of a pond or lake  kiioniias " .Marshall I.ukc," provided that the  season permits, or as soon thercaflei lis the  season permits, said water records when jjranted  to entitle the promoters lo the snid waters in  priori!} to nil other records for said waters or  any of them, and shall have the systems ready  for use as soon as possible"nfier such comiueucc-  mciit < f construction, mid the pftunoters shall  make nil applicatioiul and pay all fees necessary  to olilniu such valid water records, pi escribed  by the Water Clauses Consolidation Act.  "13    Iu the event-of the present sources of  supply contemplated.in this -Agreement' beconi-  iuij insufficient lo supply the inhabitants i.f the  said City of Phoenix with  water for domestic  pin noses and lire protection, then the promoters  shallc.utse water to he procured elsewhere fur  such supply, and iu lhe event cf their failure so  tudothe Corpoiutioii shall have the lijjlituud  pilvllcge to takeover ami acquire t lie waterand  lik'hl S)stems lu this Agreement mentioned, und  all and miy additions thereto or extensions llieie-  or,|toc.riher��ilh all water records, lauds, rights of  u.-,y, rlKliisofrxpropiiatioti, nnd oil other iIkIiIs  and privilegeshenl hy them, the proinotcrs, and  conuectec.1111 any way  ivlth the said water and  electric light syntems, upon Klvliis* to the pro-  tuoteis at least siv inoiiths previous  notice iu-  untiiiK to do so, ami the Cor|Kjrnti u slinll pay  to the promoters for said   wut.-r-nnd UrIiI systems, if taken over and acquired  with In   live  years from the dale hereof, tin, amount actually  cxpemUd in   the   construction and acquisition  of snid water and    Unlit   Htskms,    nil.I    any  additions to or extensions, of tin- same, and Ihe  pnlimliinry expenses, and such sum as, itflct  Inkiux into account all leveuuef, leciived mid  all leasoiinlile tApendiliire on account <f v.nrk-  iuy expenses and maintenance, will amount to  ten per cent, per milium on such amounts, hut  ifs.ud   ��ntcr and light systems tie taken over  nnd   acquired after   five  years fiom   the dale  hereof,  the   ( orpnrn ion   shall   pay    the   pio-  moters the value of such walei and light systems,  liuds nnd works, sucli value   to he aeieimiiieu  h/ arbitration pursuant to the Arbitration  Act,  and  011 'any such   arbitration the   urbitiatois  shall take ns the basis of tilth   Miluallon the  amount which  would  be lequited to construct  such works nt the date cf tlit arbittation, and  the condition   m   which   the works are,   and  shall  not allow auvthiiifr fot  the utltte if the  fiauchises:     Provided,   however,   that    before  the Corporation shall have such  ri^ht to lake  over and ncqtnre said water and li^lit systems,  the  1 orpnrntion   shall give  to  the   pioiuoleis  two months notice iu  writing of such iiisultici-  enc\, and if the jitoinoteis believe there to be ,i  suflicieiit  supply  ef water  us aforesaid, sucii  question of insufficiency   shall   be 'delei mined  pursuant to the provisions oT the   Arbitration  Act, mid iu the event of its heiui*;'found  Unit  there is nu insufficient supply of water thepio-  mi ters, if they elect to go elsewluie for llitir  water, shall, within one iiioulh  frtm such determination^ if the season permit-,, or as soon  thereafter ns the stason permits, commence the  coiistructioircf works ^vith a\ieu- tosupply n  suflicieiit qiinuhty i f water  as  aforesaid,  nnd  thall ns soon ns possible after such comiuetice->  incut of construction complete Ihe said works:,'  Provided, further, that iu the c\eut cf such  fail  tire cf water, and  the Coiporation  u> I taking j  over   and acqitirini*; the baid water   and li&hl j  lyslems, in case of the failure tf the promoier.-, >  to go elsewhere -for ->uch  wnltr, then the pic- j  maters shall   be  bound,    and  shall   only   lie j  bound, to   supply  such water as is obtainable >  with allduediligeiice from  the present contemplated  sources i f supply :    Provided,   lurther, '  that the Corporation may, iu lieu of piiichasiii,- >  both the snid water and  light systems iu man-1  tier above mentioned, purchase the water system '  only, and in such case lhe  Corporation   shall I  lime the pri\liege of purchasing said light sjs- i  Inn nt the end of each successive period   tflncj  jeais from the purchasing cf slid watei   systtin,  upon the terms set forth in Clause 16 hereof."        j  3    This by-law-shall, hifo'e the final  pa->.iug ;  thereof, receive the assent tf the electors < f the  Corporation   111 the manner prescribed   hy the  Muuicipal Clauses Act, and amendm(.uts thereto,  relating to the contracting of debts not payable  out of the nnnjlcpal reveiitieswitluu the current  year. ,  Passed the Municipal Council  the -Hid day of ;  October!   1901 ' |  Take notice that the above is a true eppv cf ,  ill*-1 roposed by-law upon which the vote cftlic j  municipality will be taken at City Omce, {  Phoenix,'H. < ., on Monday, the jist day cl'  O-'tobcr, igol, between the hours of 5.1.111 and  4 P- >�� ' ;  Al.AK O. hIMI'SOX, j  Clerk of the Municipal Council.     <  A L A R M  CLOCKS  The Largest Stock  i 11 P li o e 11 i x. A 1 1  Guaranteed.  Smoke KELOWNA Union made  mm cigars wm  jt GEO. E.  DEY ji I  .)      E      W      K  1.      ,'.      K  I  ^<JkSxjxJ*<5><J> ?><?�����>���? ��������� '"���  -s v'-*<':v-><^'?><J>^-?,*��  &f>e Prospector's Exchange  IF YOU HAVE A MINE'irl'rospict forSAI.IJ Kiuiusn r.itl lepoii. with MiinpU, 0f  ore, staling price ami tei ins. Our facilities f��r placing a p ipeiti quickly arc uiitNeell-ril  We iiuike a specialty of free nulling gold piopertics    Coircsponikuce Solicited.  Address: Room .- K W(j IJi.k, Nelson.H.C.  Andrew F. Rosenberger, Mgr.  House and Lot for Sale.  For  sale 4-room   house and lot on  Knob Hill avenue, heiweeij l'iibi  and  Sifond slreet."   Apply to owner. .  John Au:-*ti*:d.  Bob ^c ^a"or  New  Fall and Winter  Goods  are now arriving including:  Tweeds  Overcoatings  Serges  Fancy Wosteds  j   Fancy Vestings  Choice lot���\ll Impotted Goods.  Peif.-ct l*'it Ouaranleed.  R. HORREL,  iio,',tiii*;tau.ok,  Knoii Iln.i. Avi:., -   - 1'iiOKNix, B.C.  City Bakery  . McCAGUE,  PKOPKIKIOK.  IRONSIDES ADDITION, I'HOICNIX. JJ.'(  V. &��� N. I'hoi-.c, No. 4S.  Bread,. Cakes, Pies, Etc., Fresh Daily.  FkKK l-KI.IVKKV  >������S����������S����8.S��*�� )9rSr5S$rS$i  Anthracite Coal  Write to the ROSSLAND WAREHOUSE AND  TRANSFER CO., Rossland, B. C, for prices for  immediate delivery,  STOVE OR FURNACE SIZE. J  Eiecirleoi cor- %  structlon slid |  Ssippifes.       |  cunning.)  I^ftnders$n  ���g-                       Fixtures, Moiois,   Dyn.imo*;,   Vac, House ��� ^  ^                       Wiiiiijr and Dj 11:11110 Repairing.    Mine In- ^S  ^:                1      strillation a Speci.il'.y, -^g  E PHOENIX and                  GREENWOOD, B. C.   %  PHOENIX  PRODUCE   CO  Fruit, Produce and Groceries.  Fresh Goods Arriving Continually.  Prompt Delivery.  v. N; N. Phone So. 93.  PHOENIX, B. C  YALE-COLUMBIA  LUMER COMPANY, Ltd.  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