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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Oct 1, 1910

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Array ,<"*  ' '    '    '- ��� Jw I\?  r^n  Eleventh Year V /  PHOENIX, B.C., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1910"  ''No/ 45  I IIVE-MEiE AERIAL  :: TRAM FORGONE STAR  - * ;-ii  ���>��>*���  ."J -.^  Will   Carry tfOre-jtb*! Boundary  " ^Thi^^ri^H^^lui^iar^&p^F  company, has" commenced- the con-;  ,struction of an aerial tramway from  its^ Lone "Star-mine -in -Washington*  state  to ^Boundary  Falls,   B. C.jJ- a  ( distance .^of/five,,and a, halt miles:'  The right-of-way has- already been  , cleared: and the ������ work .of construc-  tion is,in,charge of.Af. Burnett, one  ,of;the company's engineers.    J,:     l '  -<AThe 'management 'of.jtne company'  ��� decided ��� on   building . the " tram-line  some   months , ago^/ and "proceeded"  .quietly to'secure the  right-of-way:  In    this    they" found    considerable  ^difficulty-., as;. some^of* the^property  KETTLE VALLEY;RAILWAY  5      CONSTRUCTION WORK  r-  Will Start from Midway End on Tuesday���Contr&c-  tors .Outfit ,Nowu on the Grounds   <  Jrti#JNVJ>  X^  ���Construction -worlr on J the Kettle  Valley railway^westv,from^ Midway  starts on Tuesday next,, all prepara-  tions;for the commencement of oper-  tions being about now completed:-  /The big outfit' of j:;G." McLean &  Co..;   railway  contractors,.has-been  arriving,   daily,,,and. (some   seventy  ��Kead";bf->sto'ck  is   already   ori^ithe  scene, so that it is- the .intention^ of  the "contractors to; hustle /'the !"work  along  as ��m.uch ;'as' possible before  "tntfsnow'flies.'"/*'1, v-u\: ^      *^^-' l "  v    The headquarters x>f the, contrac-  - tors*?/ wi lb*, be^> at��t-Mid way I for ^th e  presentj^and the,vJayinccj;of? ste'el-'on  work for the*/first  17' miles:  . carrying about 'ToOQ^ pounds;;?ofa>ore���  w;ill    be , operated-^over: ^th,e;^hne,5  ���.which���will have ^three< stations -and a  *'       J-4-*" * . * ''*���'** *, ��   -^J �� '"* ,     "* K*T it 1LS* ��      J      "V       *N    "^f   ll    >        V ' ��   V-    >  jt Jll*"^ l y"^   '* jilt    ���*      "*' #��� vl j^jJ.      u "���       "���     T* < W? l_ O   *"  - capacity of 20 tons��;per>houfr^The  sorethus  brought^fporn themine to  Boundary Falls will be shipped from,  "���the1 latter .point,, to ;the-company s  smelter at Greenwood, a distance of  /four miles, via the C.P.R.  ���/4Heretoforefthe-"Qre^froni*"theiJbone  'Star has beenjhauled\by wasgo'nTto a  point on  the; Kettle^alley^railway  atid 'shipped ��� "to  Grand -Forks5,5 then  via   C. Pj. R.-'-rxO Gree.nwood.^i The  transportation   problem,^ therefore,  has been an issue with Jhe operating  of   the   property.     An *< effort -was  made to have the C.P.R. extend its  Wellington ���camp   branch"   line further south'to'tap the Lone Star, but  this has been "abandoned in favor-'of  the aerial tram/line.   The Lone. Star  is  a'.promising  mine'"-with-'a large  tonnage- of, ore blocked .out..    "   >r  *   '&m  rtV.  ,which should ;-take.i acomp'arati vely  .shorty time/ as'?.the^rda��dbed Js^air  ready, for^the^teelv with  the  excep-  ^__^^r ^^...-,,,_^o_.._   that0;frave  Consolidated Aiiniial Meeting  The annual ^meeting of the Consolidated Mining andSTmeltirigJcdm-  pany of Canada*,'wKichJ owns "a^large'  number-of properties--in -the1- Boundary and*the Kootenay, took-.place  iri Toroiitb'on Sept." 27/ General  Manager W; H. Aid ridge/of Trail  attended. /     '*   .'���* '-"  -*-  Nightwatfchmari'Appointed  - The board of-police'and- license  commissioners' met- on Wednesday  evening to deaf with the resignation  of D. J. Darraugh as chief of police.  No successor- has. yet, been, appointed, but Duncan McDougall  was appointed nightwatchman.   4��   The annual general meeting of  the Granby company, which takes  place at the New York office of the  company next Tuesday, October 4,  is being looked "forward to with considerable interest.  tion 'bf a^'fiew^jwasliouts  occurred - since   the'  gfrading" " was  done':: "~WheriJ the steel" is Maid/over  this-tgradev,the' 'camp's .of- the'con-  tractors   ,will - be   moved    to fRock  iCreeT^anddif t wilktneh -fly - on-the  ?new work further west: h.^f  *8^'  -     S-x     "       "''" ' '' V"  iSvA^nurhber^ of.' subcontracts   have  .been let/Jbr the^railway-; work,.'.A.  Schulli of, Phoenix , has .taken the  contract for laying steel on the-old  grade, west from Midway.and is now.  cbr(a!lihg"a force.of 100/nien.- to "begin work on Tuesday.  CONSTRUCTION AT MERRITT  Cbristru'ctioh is in full swing on  the''Kettle'1'Valley' railway at this  jend, says the Merritt News.    With  v./-     '        S $ ���',''.1  all-the^camps gradually completing-  their complement- of men/with the  big "steam shovels working, with the  location line complete and every*  other preliminary detail successfully  .disposed o'f;Hhe contractors areset-  ���<���'������' *- i/_ �����     y   '      ��� * ,.     -���--,-" ������  tling do'wri for a.good,* steady grind.  The/ pay roll 'for: the past' month  aggregated .oyer  $50,000 and most  of this money was left in town.  .���    Now ,that work at.-tfie Merritt end  "is well under "."way St he' officials are  '-',   i^    ..    v    -      " '  devoting their- attention to the Pen-  ' v   ��� ****-'    '.--.^"       -��� - ���- .�� >�� -  ticton'and Midway ends so in a very  short time   construction   will   be  in  full swing from end to end.* !���  It is"proposed to build a tunnel  several miles long from Wilkinson  creek; to .Penticton." creek so as to  avoid heavy grades, and the tunnel  Will be' known as the Periticton-Wilkinson tunnel.   - ���  The   sub-contracts   for   the  first  *   '* ' ��   ,  thirty   miles* have   all  been let, the  last  crew   to  arrive   being that of  Bright and McDonald.    They came  from the island.    Vancouver Island.  Murchison and McMillan have the  They  are joined^ by, ^Holley ;andr Owens  who have a contract for nearly five  miles. ' The \ next four and a half  miles is in charge of B'rignt and.  McDonald, and the remaining four  miles is being looked after by Lungo  and McDonald.1   ^ ���     ���   - ,  '- -i Itis'estimated that the .construe-  tidn for the first twelve' miles will  cost; about $15,000' per 'mile.'" For  the next-foiir-or five miles it will  average $30,000 per^ mile^ and ' then  for the Lungo and McDonald "end it  will run as high as $45,000 per mile.  '/    -^ -^���,���  .,','- Boundary Ore Tonnages  - r The ore/'shiprnents, from5 'Granby  mines continue round the -2000-a-  day mark, thevrequirements'1 of four  furnaces'at-the smelted :*The grade  of ore is slightly above5the average,  it'is'stated^ and the smelter returns  are particularly good. '      "  The Snowshoe, Mother Lode and  Jack Pot show about the usual out-  putjJxujL.the1 latfern.Liyo.Uvil];i,s]j��>.wi a  considerable *, increase next week.  The Rawhide is also*resuming ship-  niehtsV while the Oro Denorc/has  Been sh'ut'dbwn temporarily. It is  expected    the    Consolidated    com-  sV ; ��*���  pany's^, No. L 7-' will appear on, the  shipping list-next week.  ' "Following are the returns of the  output of the mines and smelters of  the Boundary district for the week  ending Oct.* 1. and *for year to date:  PHOENII-RIVERSIDEr  GO. IS INCORPORATED  .'i  6,300  Granby. . ./ 14,305  Mother Lode...  Rawhide .'*.....  Snowshoe . . 2,430  Oro Denoro'../.''  Jackpot     - 383  Golden Eagle. :.  Sally    23,418    1,264,787  SMELTER TONNAGES  Granby . /  .12,670 ,       792,058  B.C. Copper Co.   6,919        249,099   ^   870,135  258,587  2,400  115,335  9,339  8,839  120  32  Grahby's New Buildings  , With the favorable weather build-  ihg operations   at   the   Granby are  going   along   rapidly.      The   brick  walls of the machine shop, which is j  120 feet long by  40  feet wide, are  now ten feet high and   the  building  will not only be substantial   but decidedly  attractive' as   well.      It   is  being   built   of  red   brick   and will  have white   trimmings, and  will be  equipped throughout with the newest and most up-to-date  machinery.  The   new   shift   bosses'   office,   the  generator building and  the  car repair shop, which have recently been  completed, are also painted red with  white trimmings.  Will Develop Riverside Mine on  West Fork      , ,  *.   v~.     -'. -  After   being1   inactlye. for  about f  three.years, the; Riverside .mine  oh ;  the west fork of the Kettle   river is;  again to be operated, W. A. Pickard  and O. Carlson leaving today for thew  property-tol commence ,work.> .  . l[   ,  About three years ago the. prop-,  erty was1 developed, co the   exteb't'of  a'270-foot tunnel and :a  shaft  125  feet in depth, ifrom:which about' 250 ,  tons of ore were shipped and a'considerable   tonnage   placed   on*''the  dump. ' The ore which" was^shipped,  is said, to have -averaged $50 a.*ton,  but the .expense of the long* distance  of a wagon haul to the nearest" railway point   (Midway)'together 'with  the smelter charges made it unprofitable to opeVate the property/.;r  - Some  months -ago' >the   property  was acquired frorri. the' Perkins "es-    ���  tate  by  a local  syndicate  who' re- ,  cently incorporated,under  the name'  of "Pho.enix-Riverside-.Mining company, limited,"-with J.-*AvfMillei-  as'  president, JohnJSwansdri:, "vice-pres-  ident,   and  W.   A." Pickard,' secre-,,  tary-treasurer.     The, company has ,  been capitalized, at> ,150,-000 -. shares " -  ���^par $1.     Only  a  limited" amount  of the stockwill, be sold-, as the pro-  moters   believe   they ' have   a 'good  thing, and  are  holding, the greater  part of the stock.   '  -   .     <(  , '  The Riverside  has  recently  been  examined by competent mining men,  who   speak    optimistically-   of    the  property.    The  principal values are  silver with a small amount of gold,  and   six   samples   taken   from    the  mine a few days' ago  assayed from  $35 to  $72.90.     The   latter sample  was taken from the face of the lead  which varies from  four  inches to a  foot, and it is "the  intention  of "the  management to  commence . drifting  on this   ledge.     No   shipments "will  probably be   made,   however,   until  the arrival of the  Kettle Valley railway, which is now being built west  from Midway and will pass close  to  the property, which should  be early  next year, but   there is a large  tonnage now on the dump that  will be  good shipping ore when   the  transportation reaches the Riverside.  ^&"  Is Consulting Engineer  Andrew Larson, formerly superintendent of the LeRoi mine at Rossland, has accepted the position of  consulting engineer for the Big Cas-  sino Mining company, operating at  Stewart in the Portland Canal, and  of which W. H. Heidman, formerly  of Phoenix, is superintendent. Two  tunnels are being driven on the  property.  it  3 '^vz/'';//1/^'.  fcrt 1  /u/* /S;  (,**<     a4 (       I  i   i  I   )    * v  Swiss.Villagefor B.C.  Grand Forks Fair  '^E very tiding1 points Jo^a^erfy^suc- ^  cessful fall? fair at Grand Forks on  O^t. 4th and 5th.    This will' be4he  initial exhibition held' >in?>the/Gat��-  >way ,/city ^and ^*iJie^GommittJees^in  charge^of.the event -.are ] spanngino^ *  pains to, make it not",boly^one, of  ieredit to4heicity,* bUt^one? WjfjftMfc flW$  to/*the  Boundary #istrict.T*Tnere<**���v'  ���VW�� rtt$M��>  i     y)p    ^ TPt/   1  ,,,   , F ^because it ? is >^Vheated-^beca^W it is 'thoroughly  'M;4Keat^d:ifalWays/'ff& bro^d   and   deep, fc{  #T 4Wcircle^ttie entofe>oven^so^that <itE bakes "as .well, <<  ���t    ,ati >tlie/'tdp)f as fdt rthe^bottom,  and ^in^the :qp>ners ,  k> ^ Isteam: s^You,?get t;perfect I baking Jresults.^ ^Ask ,the nearest , /  "/���WcClaroagent tp show/youftlie many other advantages found f,  ^'/exclusively4'8>^> <"W >       *   '''>,���'**, *W*'     ��� '  V>4��  V, W<f H. frto     I  '  I-J I  ���> ��� J  i^JLl  \.  .vt^^r&l  LP9.*i  d ^ >/rr  $v~v**  ^SSSSSSSF        ft '    :-,^^-' -   Write to the nearest McClary branch for booklet and detailed  DjHB '^Hni^rniation.^l rt'-s will^ show you why your range money will be, fi 4-   ^^v ^ bestfinvestedjhii a "Kootenay/ �� ^7.//, -   \- t  '" ^ v'iiT^^^W^'-'u'^j^L   ''  ir?:  15, 4  IVLV ^  S>>.^  . >^'  M*  i   ^r'-t ^  >  y   ,.  i r    -i  Xondoo,    Torcaio,    Montreal,    Winnip^t,    Vaocoafer,    St. JoUarR.B.    HimUioa,    Calgary  sale by the Morrin-Thompson Company  MeAvy draying  /      y  . V-f c  "fl ^/ /  t I, I,  (. ^  If yqu require any Heavy Teaming' or Hauling done,  Jet. us do it for you. �� That .is, our business, and we  *.  have Ihe1 equipment to executeall orders satisfactory.  i ki .    ��  First-CBass Wood  \i 11,  /,We "also have a supply of first-class Cord wood, short  ; ! ��� or 16rig,i and can deliver ^ it jon short;.notice.    ' Phone  ',��.-     your-order, to,  v '     >4    >^ /,    *  v       ^    t  \  Si    -I  ^  r o s. "ST Phoenix, B. C.  ��� X'  ~p  *AJ. '">  i '-  rA(  f    r  <     ^   t-p  ii ��w*.   re -" -J"v   i  !��p'   K^"*--'-       "  ;,iW'/  J i'��  {  >,   .  ,/  Tuf  ^  / S    r' x  �� i.   .      i.  k��t  ��  ji  /   -^  ���  ���iU  .It coste httle to j dress well. <vThe  ,  whole secret is" in   buying^ your  rCLOTHING& FURNISHINGS  from Thomas Brown. ^ Call arid  see how; good you would look in a  smart suit of clothes.   ,    e can fit  >,you from cellar tp garret.  GREAT  NORTHERN   RAILWAY  ���    ���     ���   ��  Ognts' Fttraisbiii^  Upper Town  1 9.30 to New Westminster & return  ACCOUNT EXHIBITION���OCTOBER 4th to 8th  Tickets on Sale, Oct. 1st to 6th, Return Limit, Oct. 13  �� and  re'  ACCOUNT INTERSTATE FAIR���OCT. 3rd to 8th  Inclusive Tickets on Sale Oct. lst'to 7th.   Return Limit.' Oct 10th  ���Mi i "  Aiso HexSucetf Rates t�����  I  i  GMM FORKS FAIR, October 1st to 4th  r  For further particulars, call or write���  Wj X. 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W. f^^i&iiW Rrbprietor. i/'.'s'S'-'fJ/v^  * **�����"**"���*���'' -* - ' cyr-'i'V-'/'-/��� '.vi.;'.',' ''ViV'^'//���*.*''>":'*���  MmdOta  'yfaffi'tifriielfr,.....-  * nasi rnucwxA nv�� jbtjk*v:  fipjfllliil^  ,!������ ',,��.,,',  lili  !355��  tut;  uisoni'vuii.ii^  umi   ni|;��u;u'vui'  ^/existence;*:^fiditor^tiov^/'is!^eM  serving of credit; for the expedition*?  manner in which he resusciated th&  #��  f!i!iS  ��� ���;��� 'fen during \;;fi.t//-//  ^ j;:-/b;e��^  ;/���/;��� ;"':':;::Pe.:n:-: 'A'n''g-l!0.:;';-'--;.:; ���'/;���;  :VV- -IJncietwear^is' '������ ���'/?<?#  j, ���:���'      iix>shrilikable.       ���" /  .. \ /     ���  Excep ti'o.ri'-a 1   ���'./."  Value because  [:-.' ' it  does wear ���;' ./,  a m a z. in gly.  Real   comfort,  be cause   so  knit   that   the  shape   stays  in   it,  , These  reasons  should  make you  request   the   brand   and  look   for    the   trademark.  Have  you tried   Penman's  No. 95 ?    For  the  children  as   well   as   grown   ups  ���ft&Mfm'Kt  //;3//;  Incid f      ^f,ri/;A  ?K  I, I//"')  .#&&. ^K  1*    ?- ^  not so large^as^p��viousMtoy;lthei?tire  , v rti^^a?.ThursdayM��iRhl8ift.r.th.j, ����Ia|K*  ��&���& '- /%ibni^Hal'CI-M'cr^^feiSM'.'  i*5^f;^v^   , ^  1    rfi.W  ���   *  W;lS>Cdpk-  ,i'S^> R^^^^v^^/t^?^^^  ���r HX *  ey,  A:/ <���>**  **-   icy-sfeTu; *$  *AvV<      \ T~^ TE������������  ^>        *    V/  1-   ������. iV LOiOfF.'fr'^  f  .���>i^?" ^t^^��l��e^s,^ve^^Monda^^^e^m^ae new pu:isu^tiOnp��nlntewsi  Ki��  ui^lt^i  lite  v.'*ft*V-'" :---'  ��S:*/;:;:'-v  tesiiiiii/i;  fe.^s/^fS;->/  is/:/  'l||il  fell  J1P5  jjitniiuui.       iviuijuisiiuii>   urr sHiJK'e  icticrs>   nnaue  to  gradiiairy  wt^J pa*e*ha.dffa^fmodern#printine  office. l^^^^^^^^^s^^Sim  t   J,   .��  M  <. fi  i1"      * t]/V \>  H  4     S   V iT^f*  /  F4RJPPRMA&C OR DE R  OF EAGLES  Mfet^a^yrtion; flail, Friday -fivaii.  logs/���* Visiting brothers are always^  welcome. s t "tH  J. fashion, W. P.  i^f^^selJMJti^n^jfipf^  ^gl||^|fe^|n1^e||o|  WM^U^^^&lMs^^^iiStff^^^iMtXM^M  'Office and School Sunnlifts  HI//  ,#)8f^    si''/  mui-M  ,*     -*--p ���5sr^  ^A #  ^r-^��*-- 2t��  "l]      l        s  r     t  *��       a  ',.  t  llQ^SgSB&B^R^XK7'^'  '!     ^   ��  S  *f   1 1  Gov  J /^-  :J:  Eagles Dine ,at.G^����isw��K>4   '.  Ph��ebi^|S(^i|ratw^  Mo^da\^'ewenirt'ffaad'entertia^cdlH^  brethreii|pl|^at(ci^^  the* Wil|^^^||||^��g||||||  thte iora^j^|^l|^C|ejnc^  gram of|s^g|and:|m^  : -Contrtbi��||il|^^||fw^  order rc^^||i|^|M^^^|3^|JBif^fB^t  ir?��s toa^|^|8^|^"^","  i';.V":-/^/^'//^/^/'-/;^^v^'/.'-;-/-!/'-\/;C^ v/ir^t^v/��������� ^-:/^;-/r-.-v^^.y/*:^ -V^V*;.K*-^"t'"/;'''/>^v���;^ ,^'^:'^^^���S���:T^,'^^^���i���irVi:;,>l^^���'/:V^������:  SlfSlltft^^  I >i' \-y^.i'':U*^*-m:*^ --:'1'   .-/'I'/"''-.:/ -//^-v /'��� '//v.'-'- -i'/.A:/",  Latest iNttwspapers, iMa^azies^Fiashion Plates  arA$ Novels/  il|ten^|��b^g^|l  ftttft  S^;^#|;;*:^!fe.;^  t?|ffli|illiOTilfuinis  i#:*u:it'��''.  *J    (     V.  You miy/tiftllK/^^^  advertisin^t^ks^;itfee|^  ;:^/iW^  '^$0$?-:  m  :!/  ' ^'''������'���,-''  As we ship direct in carlpad/i, WO pan make  ^ /��� 1   '  t*  l'l>.''   .  -J i ^>;1  Boundary Side Lights  The Midway post office has been  moved into the Hardy store/  J. C. JKempton has1 resigned his  position as constable at 'Midway.  The Myerhoff ranch at Midway is  being irrigated and planted for fruit  ranches of smaller size.  The annual shoot of the Kettle  Valley Rifle association, will take  place at Grand Forks on,Oct. 12.  Robert Keffer of Greenwood has account of the frequent, non-work-  Himpd to Pullman. Wash., to  re- [ng days at the mines  they did not  feel disposed to' calling a general  holiday, but would d�� what boosting  they could for the fair. *  The .chief of the fire department  was authorized to purchase blankets,  mattresses, etc., for the firemen in  the rooms at the city hall. ;  The following , accounts ; were  passed: H. Hartley,-$3; Johnson &  Anderson, $5; J. G. McKeown, $1;  D. Whiteside, $60; J. McLean,  $24.50; T. Mulcare, $28.   ,        \  returned to Pullman, Wash., to resume his* studies in mine engineering,       v  Articles of incorporation were  signed last week at Republic, Wash.,  for the Republic and Grand Forks  railway.  The Doukhobors of Grand Forks  are negotiating for the purchase of  Sydney Johnson's property on Keer  creek.  John Riordan, a blind man at  Greenwood, and his daughter were  deported to Ireland last Monday by  Immigration Agent W. B. Rose.  The Rebekah lodge, I.O.O.F.,/at  Greenwood initiated ten candidates  at a meeting last Monday evening,  which was followed by an at-home.  , The death of Mrs. Thomas Augur,  aged 69 years, occurred at Eholt on  Thursday, Sept. 22. The funeral  took place to Greenwood cemetery  on Sunday. ���  \y.-C./Thomasrfonmerly manager  for the Dominion Copper company  at - Boundary Falls, and who has  since been residing in Los Angeles,  has recently*1 moved to Vancouver.  Archbishop Neil NcNeil. of Van-  Arcrmisnop neu  iiu��i..��   ��� "������   ,  tou*er was a.visitor  in  Greenwood tunnel work on a property near the  this  week.     He  will  return  in the city, and is said to have secured h.s  - spring and  hold  confirmation  ser- supply  of powder  .n a  somewhat  vices  at  Greenwood,   Phoenix and mysterious���^   Tb*s*a* was en-  Grand Forks.  City Parliament  The regular meeting of the city  council; was held in the council  chamber Wednesday evening, the  mayor and all the aldermen being  present.  A communication from the mayor  of Grand Forks asked that Wednes-  day next be declared a civic holiday  in order'that citizens might have an  opportunity of attending the big fair  at Grand Forks on that date. The  council on motion decided that on  The  chilly  weather has arrived,  Fall is now '  upon us andiybu will be requiring a new Fall  1 V   t t  -Si  >    X%  > i  tj  To Enforce'Game Laws  It is the intention of the , provincial government to strictly enforce  the protective features of the game  laws,'and especially to insist that  those taking advantage of the exemptions afforded free miners, prospectors? and surveyors, shall be as  the law directs: "actually engaged  in bona fide placer mining or prospecting. " <  In the Police Court  Antcmio' Capirioto appeared before Magistrate Hood on Thursday  afternoon on a charge of having  stolen powder from the Granby  works.i    He has had a   contract for  j f  ,r~  v  i      ���><  >.,  1- 4    >,'       "*  m  I    * l    r  'i-r"  > I ' 1        I,  We   handle    the^ famous   SEMI-READY V  Clothing for men and can  guarantee  you. a  fit in what is recognized  throughout  Canada /  as the  most  stylish  clothing  manufactured.  The materials are all of first quality and made;   ,  to look well -aricb wear  well./   Prices   range*   .  1    ��.l  it f '   <  IT* H  i     <  t I ���  (  I*  *-   ���>!>''  ^  We also carry;complete stock;in all lines   of*;.  Gents' Furnishings and can show  you some/:  exceptionally good  values in seasonable, lines    i,  of Underwear, Knit Jackets, >Boots:and/Shoes ,  ^. rf^*l "S-^^ix ^* j  ������J. \  "tj  larged until next Tuesday.  Hotel Brooklyn  f>  The Only First-Class and, Up-To-Date  Hotel in Phoenix. New from cellar  to roof. Best Sample Rooms in the  Boundary, Opposite Great Northern  Depot '" *' Modern Bathrooms.  STEAM HEATED.      ELECTRIC LIGHTED  James Marshall, Prop.  Phoenix, B.C.  THE KING'S HOTEL  "The Pride of the;Boundary "  PHOENIX, B.C.  Newly renovated  aid newly furnished, modern in appointments and  centrally located, culinary department par exceHence, and  Bar stocked with choicest liquors and cigars, the  King's is headquarters for travellers.  Bus meets ail trains.    Commodious sample rooms. -  N  Gents' Clothing Outfitter, Iqwe^Town  v.  i ______^���m^m������������m���ammammMmaaammm  PHOENIX  Pure and wholesome.     Cold and as bracing m its  . coolness as a breeze from the North in Summer.  fcRff*?'!�� "Best Beer in the Boundary"  WHY ? Because its -manufacturers employ all of their  energy to the ^turning out'of a perfect Beer  from the best materials obtainable.  Artificial and Natural Ice, Etc. ,phone 2X  PHOENIX BREWING COMPANY  -r   j___________m___m��_m��i *  QUEEN'S HOTEL  R.  V. CHISHOLM, Prop.  DANNY DEANE, Manager. .  This is the Largest and Newest Hotel in the city,,  heated by steam,  and well  furnished thoughout  for the accommodation of the public.    Everything  Neat,  Clean and Up-to-Date.     Meals served at  . all hours.  Bar Stocked With Choicest Liquors and Cigare  CENTRALLY LOCATED OW CORNER  BRIDGE  AND  KNOB HILL  AVENUE ^^ Mtot@c|> EBeC4Pie,  Lighting.  TeBephone 48 and 2��'  Household Laundry Work  A multitude of household worries are overcome by having your  Laundrying done at the Reco Laundry   E* P. SHEA, Proprietor  W. R. WSLLIAWiS, Manager  ALL WORK  Helio  AIO  9^  -     t       -V  r>1        �����       '��  , \   '  A frjSw^^wSi. *^iay������i^*��^**'*f."  |���^^^4'^5rii^;$��}';���:'*$. 4-'  t^W0$��&WV-fc^ > ///  ���tWtff'iisjiFiU:-'i'kfi-'fi-iip'.i'.'.i '.���.���-!,",���,;.:.."'.('.���.'  Ig^3S��JS$;iJ;"'ftS;>\'^ :V;-->:!i;;A';:'-''' ;���;���'-,���;.��� .���':;.!".''  #11E��/i  ff||s��|/|jb^  ^JHlBtril^^  fatelifi&p^  itneii  any road atthe present time, but is  ibnsyiraiBi^mgiits^s^Rv^y^linessand  when; construction isiresumed it will  lllllllllllf^^  . -SHetJlJiii^  $||��|s|f|tato^  ,  j#aSef��^iepll^tiffi^  SlPlvV^fcs^  fltlSIICelelira^^  pliglali^  ^JS'-yrS^'^f-ij-s^^  Iffi^tWelllr^  l-ISll  Jli������pi^  I.      Comforters. 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