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The Phoenix Pioneer Oct 19, 1900

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 I  ��� More mc- "������"'' working  :  ��� in tlic.mines of . .:���  j,    'PHOENIX.,     r  : Than in nil. other Hotin-   j  j ilary camps combined,     j  ��� �����**�����������****��������*  Devoted to the Interests of the Bouridary Mining District.  4����������������fM>K������  : i'he Payroll of                j  { PHOENIX       j  : Is larger than that of :  : any   other   Boundary  ���  j Camp.                           ���  Vol. I.  J'HOKNIX,BRITISH COLUMBIA, FRIDAY, OCTOBKR,i  9, j 900.  No. 49.  TONS A MONl  AT .THE  WL,,.  STORE  You can Buy Everything in the Line of  Dry  Goods,''\/���*'��� :-f  ,;,. '.7/1 ..7 ; %)  I Faricy and; Staple Hardware,   4  Paints,  Mining Supplies, Etc*  &-  .e&''''".&  Our Prices Unequalled.  Our Goods Strictly First-Class  And Up-to-Date ^ ^  Connected by both 'Phones to all parts of City and Country.  20 PER CENT  .;OW--:^il^;D!Rv; .Goods,  IIHIMIIB OL- IK  Old Ironsides Ave., Phoenix, B. C  t  Wear the  and Encourage Union Labor.  Phoenix Ore Shipments Now  Reach That Figure.     7  680.TON  RATE  BEGAN   WEDNESDAY  Second Smslter Purnocc Blown In Last Saturday at (ircr:d Forks���Capacity ' Is now  600 Tuas Daily. .',.'7  1-or some timc-.lhe--'miiies of the  Miner-Graves syndicate, in .I'hoenix,  have been ready to ship 600 tons of  ore daily���Jotible the previous output  ���to the syndicate's smelter at (hand  Foiks. In fact, as soon as ��� tbe new  Knoli'Mill compressor was installed���  a couple ot weeks since���this coiild  have been done, but a shortage of coke  delayed ..the blowi.'.iqfri'i of tlic.,..'��:wii*J  300-ton, furnace, of the Granby smelter  lor a time. However, this was done  last Saturday, and on Wednesday of  this week was started the intial Coo-  ton daily shjpment of gold copper, ore  from the Old Ironsides, Knob Hill  and Victoria niines in the heart of  I'hoenix. 'This.-rate, it is expected,  will be kept up steadily from now on.  In fact, no smelter can afford to close  down temporarily, and to keep the  syndicate's reduction works going, it is  absolutely necessary'to send out 600  tons every day.      -  Heretofore the C.P.R. management has used but one engine and one  train crew.to handle the output of the  big mines of Phoenix, but beginning  last Wednesday an additional locomotive and train crew were provided. One  train of 10 loaded ore cars leaves  Phocnijo.carly each morning, and another shortly after noon, the two passing at Eholt. Thus 20 cars, averaging 30 tons each, are kept busy constantly hauling ore to the smelter.  in Boundary Alines.  The Winnipeg is loading   another  car of ore.  The JJuckiiorn has .-..shipped a'car of  oie to the Granby smelter.  Last week the Snowshoe shipped a  car.oi'or}?;to"^ner:Traii 'snielter/;";n'nd'j  this week sent out another.  Wednesday another air drill., was  started in the War Eagle,' to explore  the ore body in the west drift from the  100-foot level.  DEAL CLOSED FOR A NEW HOTEL.  Located on  First Street,  Opposite  Eastern  Townships Bank/  /"Yesterday I.. C. Crawford put thro'  a deal by which a hotel will he at once  built- oil First street, opposite the  Eastern Townships Hank. 1 i'he building will be 35x50 feet/i in size, two  stories high, and will be jsubslantially  constructed throughout*,- ��A contract  is expected to be let today, or tomorrow for the worky and it will be rushed:  to an early completion.   ;  A number of other imfxirtant deals  that mean much to Phoenix, are about  to be closed, and it i.s expected will be  consummated in a lew days,  Mr. Crawford, sc'lling agent for| the  ���Old Ironsides townsite* disposed of a  lot on Knob Hill avenue "this  week to  Dennis Rionian and John Shanahan.  ��� Smith  Bros., who have'the contract]  for the erection of the   50x65   Morri- j  son-Anderson building, at; the corner  of First street and Old Ironsides avenue, were delayed early in   the  week i  by non-receipt 01'lumber.-   They  are  however, c.rn\\'iYuw^!x^xori.-a^J'ust a.  OUR POLITICAL FIELD  WINNIPEG TO BE REORGANIZED.  Mayor and Aldermen Soon to  tie Elected.  NOMINATIONS OCCUR NEXT  FHIBAY  SoraeofTiiose Who are Eligible far Office���  (ien. W. RumberRDr Will Probably be the  First Mayor of Plioeuix.  Ihev~cah7to get  .the., building, under  cover. ,;  All over town there is i little work  going on, here and there,,and there is  scarcely an idle carpenter in Phoenix.  BOUNDARY TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL.  Held Its Semi-Monthly Mscling'inPliocnlx Lust  Monday.   7  Last Monday evening .the Boundary  Trades and Labor Council held its  semi-monthly meeting at j.thc I'hoenix  .Miners'' Union hall. Usually- these  meetings have been held at Crecnwbod,  but hereafter- they wiii4^occasionally  take place in Phoenix, .as there are  now three labor unions in this town,  with a probability pf ohc;W two others  being organized in the near future.  (Jreenwood's unions were well represented at Monday night's gathering,  some 15 delegates having come up. the.  hiil to attend. l'resident-Sankey was  in the chair and Secretary Hemmerl.ee"  was also present. Phoenix labor, was  represented, by 'delegates from the  Miners, Carpenters and. Cooks and  Waiter's unions. , I  The chief business of-the me  ' The Athclstan has already shipped  three cars of ore this week to the Trail  smelter, and another is expected to go  out tomorrow.  Some  forty men   are  employed at  ting  was the raising of funds for the prosecution of the campaign for ��� the independent labor candidate foi parliament,  Christopher Foley, of Rossland. Committees- for Greenwood h-cve dieen appointed, and will be selected .for Phoenix in a day or two. Headquarters for  Phoenix have been secured'in the  Martin building, adjoining the Butte  hotel, on Dominion avenue, and it is  the intention to prosecute-a vigorous  campaign. |  Phoenix was declared a municipality  by thu lieutenant-governor October  nth, and nominations for the first  mayor and sixcouneilmen will be received by R. li. Kerr, the returning  officer appointed by the government,  at Miners' Union hall next Friday.  Official advertisement of the same will  be found in this issue of 'the.Pioneer..  Tjf'HseTn elecubii is needed, it will be  held Friday, November 2, at tbe same  place, but it is not thought it will be  required. .   .   ��� . .'  Among those who are qualified to  act as councilmen are: Y.K. Holt-  T. H. Richards, W. H. Bell, j. lierk-  man, Thoman Hardy, Wm.Twist, G.  W. Ruinbjrger, W. R. Williams, E. PL-  Weeks, Joseph H. Graham, Dougald  McMillan,".^ James Marshall,' J. A,  Morrin, W. J. Porter, J. P. Chenier  and others. Of these a few are qualified tu act as mayor. It seems to be  the universal opinion that Mr. Rumberger, one ol the fathers of I'hoenix,  shall be honored with that position.  There is plenty .of aldermanic timber,  and a strong council will doubtless be  chosen to guide the destinies of the  infant city till January, when a new  election takes place.  'I'he city council meets , the day  after election and chooses a clerk,  chief of police and city assessor and  collector, which offices will doubtless  be held by One person. A city sblicit-jr  is also to be appointed. The mayor  is ex-oflicio license and police commissioner, the other two being appointed  by the government oil the 'recommendation of the city.council  It is the expressed intention to run  the city of I'hoenix as.economically,as  possjble, and there, will be a~.veryyima.ll  salary list. " .''"'���"���  PLANS FOR THE NEW CHURCH.  Presbyterian  We are sole agents for these shoes in  Phoenix. They are manufactured by Union  Labor, arid we ean with confidence recommend them to ,  Give :'��>&ttef act ion*  Will Build a Long Sidewalk.  Several meetings of those who have  subscribed S340, to build  a  sidewalk  the Standard Pyntic smelter at   Itoun-Jfrom First 'street   down   Knob  Hill  dary Falls.    The mason work has been  commenced, and an order for 300,000  feet of lumber has been   placed   with  McPherson Bros.  Crosscutting is being continued both  ways from the   100-foot'level  on   the  Marguerite in Deadwood camp.    The  north drift from the No. 1 shaft is also  being continued.    There is 25 feet  of  solid ore in the drift.    A trial shipment  of four cars will   shortly   be   made to  the Granby smelter.  The R. Bell group, recently acquired  by the Minei-Graves syndicate, will be  shipping shortly if present indications  count for anything, 'i'he lead although  only from three to four feet in width i.s  one of the richest in the Boundary,  averaging apout $50 per ton. Considerable development has been done,  aggregating 900 feet in all.���Grand  Forks Gazette.  -:o:-  Ftili assortment of.  OVERSHOES, ETC.,  Passed into Stock.  Murdered at Greenwood.  Wednesday evening an Italian  named Savario F'iero was found with  two bullet holes in his head, in his  cabin near the C. P. R. depot in  Greenwood. A jury impanelled by  Coroner Jakes on Thursday could not  throw any light on the subject. The  murdered man was supposed to have  had about $1200 with him. lie was  employed on a section gang, and was  murdered at noon when he came home  for dinner. He has a son|in Greenwood,  also working on a section gang on the  Mother Lode spur. The authorities  are working on the case.  avenue to Dominion avenue, were held  this week, and Neil Stewart was authorized to go on with the work at  once. He has already ordered the  lumber. A wagon road will also be  built over somewhat the same route  as soon as possible, the funds for the  same having been guaranteed.  Candidates for the  Commons.  The following candidates have been  nominated in the various constituencies  of this province. .        '  Victoria���George Riley and Richard  I,. Drury, Liberal; Thomas Earle, M.  P., and Hon. E. CI Prior, M. P., Conservatives.  Yale-Cariboo���W. A. Galliher. Liberal; A. H. MacNeill, Conservative;  Christopher Foley, Labor.  Vancouver Island���William Sloan,  Liberal; John liryden, Conservative;  Ralph Smith, Independent-Labor.  Burrard���G. R. Maxwell, Liberal;  James F. Garden, Conservative.  Westminster���Aulay Morrison, Liberal; Edgar Dewdncy, Conservative;  Will MacClain, Socialist-Labor.  Secondhand Queen stove for sale at  the Pioneer office. Suitable for cabin  or shop.  Generally the electric light company  ol" Greenwood, which furnishes Phoenix, gives a satisfactory service If the  company wishes to retain its customers, however, it should turn the current  on earlier these dark days.  Directors of the Company Issue a Statement  ta the Shareholders.  , The   directors   of   the ��� Winnipeg  Mining and Smelting Co., Ltd, have  decided to re-organize the coinpam  and to make; the stock assessable,  says the Rossland Miner. In addition to this the capital stock is  to  be  increased.to,from 1,000,000 shares ot  $i each to 1,250,000 shares ot $1  each. The intention is to use the as  sessmenls, which will only be called  lor-as last'as needed, for., the pui pose  of development, and hence they will  only be called for at intervals. '1'he  additional capital stock will be placed  in the treasury and will be sold, when!  the market is in good condition, lor j  tlie purpose of providing a l.irgei  equipment of machinery when the  development has reached a moie advanced stagcv  In order to show why the re organization i.s necessary the directors have  the following to say:  ...7"I.n February.-of tbe presoni���j-oar*  lite mine was shut down by the old  management and remained in that  condition for three months. About  the middle of May, some large bloi ks  of stock having Changed hands, all  the old directors but t.vo resigned and  new ones were elected to fill the vacancies. The new management found  the affairs of the -company in a veiv  discouraging condition. ,The mine  was by no means .proved and mmh  costly development work .would be  necessary before it could be a stead\  producer. .There was only $648 in  the treasury���insuScient to meet the  tin watering- of the mine alone*���and  less than 20,000 shares of tic-asmv  stock on' hand, and its market price  the lowest in the history'of the company. The management, howevei.  had great confidence in the property,  although not unmindful of the difficulties before.' them, in attempting to  make a mine without either"funds 01  treasury stock. '7  "Some thought of re-organization at  that time was entertained,   but  al'tei  BONDED FOR $67,000  Blue Bell and J. S. Claims in  Summit Camp,  -:o:*  Our Fresh Butter and Eggs  ARE SUCEQ not merely said  to be;:������'-���������   .       .       .      .  ^member the place....  Dominion Avenue,  THE^*^  Edifice Will Seat Over 300  Persons.  Wednesday evening the board of  managers of the Presbyterian church,  of Phoenix held a meeting to consider  the plans that had been submitted for  the mw edifice to be built here by the  organization this fall. The plans were!  drawn by John J. Honeyman, architect  of'Rossland, who has had considerable  experience in church building. 1'he  board decided to accept the plans as  isubmitted, and.,.to call at once for  tenders, the buifding to be completed  by'-December 15th.  ��� '1'he new church will be 33x57 feet  overall, the main auditorum having an  1 S-foot ceiling, and a seating capacity  for over 300 people. The choir and  organist are to be located at the rear  of the pulpit. The building is to bei  plastered, and will have a vestibule.  It is the intention to keep the cost  within.$2,000.  Chairman Mills, of the board of  managers, reports good success in the  matter of subscriptions from business  men and residents of Phoenix, but  states the amount needed is yet somewhat short. The managers are extremely desirous of having all bills-  paid when the new church building is  finished.  While no  decision   has    yet   been  arrived at   in   regard to a   permanent I  pastor, it i.s also hoped  and   expected  thai, this question will he settled  in   a  coiuparitively short time.  Organizing Phoenix  Orchestra.  Arrangements are  being   made  the organization   of the  Phoenix  chestra, and also  the    Phoenix  Band.  I >osod  To be erected on Corner of Old Ironsides Ave. and  First St., opposite the Graves-Williams building, will contain four stores on First St. and  two on Ironsides Ave., and offices on upper  floor. This building- will be ready for occupancy on or about Dec. 1st. I am ready to  Rent or Lease stores or offices in this building.   For Terms Apply to   AGENT.  for  Or  irass  The orchestra will be coin-  to start with, of six pieces, including first and second violin, cornet,  slide trombone, and bass viol. Prof.  Kau.Tman will have charge. Among  those who will take parts are Messrs.  Cramer, Almstrom, Mall and otliers.  As there i.s considerable musical talent  in town, there will lie some excellent  music furnished this winter.  Political Notes.  Next Wednesday, October 31st, is  nomination day for the Dominion  candidates, the regular polling day being set for one week later,November 7.  obtaining the services of Mr. N. F.  Tregear as superintendent, and con  suiting with him, it was finally derided  to make a strong -effort, to make the  mine self-sustaining without re-01 gam  zation. Forsome months the effoit  was in a measure successful, but the  compulsory development work and  "fhe'lieavy freight and treatment rates  were .too much' for the resources ot  the Winnipeg in-its present stage Oi  development. An important crosscut  on the 100-foot level has been run  120 feet, and should be continued,  but at every turn the work has been  hampered by lack of funds, without  which-no considerable .development  could be prosecuted. The Winnipeg  ground is considerably broken up  above the 3oo:foot level, and it was  very desirable to sink so as to get be  low the zone of disturbance, but this  policy could not be pursued without  running the property seriously into  debt. Mr. Tregear assures the management that the property promises  well on further-development, and he  strongly endorses the re-organization  plan. He is confident that the Winnipeg will make a mine, although he  acknowledges that the difficulties encountered have been greater than he!  expected.  "Many of the numerous ledges on  the Winnipeg are of low grades���too  low to ship profitably ' to the Trail  smelter, where the freight and treatment rate is $7 per ton���where most  of the 1,200 tons shipped from the  mine were sent, or even to Granby for  $5.50, but in December next the  Greenwood smelter will give a $4 rate.  On the ore the Winnipeg has already  shipped a $4 rate would not only have  saved the company -several thousand  dollars, but it would have enabled the  shipment of a lower grade of ore,  which the $7 rate made prohibitory.  At the forthcoming meeting, to which  the re-organization scheme will be J  submitted, a full statement of the com-j  WOfiKING md TAKBN BY J3iIN W&tY  -  *   *  Botu Claims Adjoining tbe Mountain View;  Which Mr. Dorgcy Bonded and Pleated  a Year Aso.  A year ago John Horsey lwnded the  Mountain View claim, adjoining tbe P>.  C. mine (now shipping 2,000 tons ot"  ore per month), for #25,000, and mic-  (Cisiully floated .1 company with$500,-  000 capital to develop the property,  wliiili is now being woiked.  A leu dajs ago Mr. Doise) succeeded m securing a bund on-two wCfT"  knoun claims, adjoining the Mountain  View, and he is now in Spoknnconhis  way east to oigani/e a company to  operate the propeities. Mr. Doisev  took the Mine Bell from Thos. Stack,  Chns McDonald and W. Shaw on a  lour months' woi king bond lor $40,-  000; he also se< tired the J. S. Irom  UowJ Jeiald on a si.\ months' working  bond tor $27,000.  I he J S. has about 60 feet of work  done, and on the lilue Bell, there aie*  about 30 leet, both ol them being  meiely prospects as yet. Mining men  generally who have seen these two  pioperties speak well of them, and it  Mi. Horsey is as successlulm their flotation as he was' with the Mountain  View, they will be thoroughly developed. It is his intention to begin  woik on both pi operties in a shoit  time. (f  ELECTION DATE NOT FIXED  Yale-Cariboo-Kootenay Is Said To Have A Spec*  ial Day.       '' ��  On account of the remoteness of  many of the election districts ol Yale-  Can boo-Kootenay, it is said that the  date ioi Dominion election will be set  a couple ot weeks later 111 tins constituency. 'I he matter appears to be  leit with the letuiniBg ottkci, I).  J.  McDonald, and he has not  yet made  an ^announcement.  Thinks it Cannot be Changed,  The Rossland  Record  ol a recent  date had the following-  Some ol the coast papers have published articles to the effect that the  date ot election in this province would  be changed. Reference to the following sections on this subiect show that  such a matter i*> not only improbable,  but contiary to the statutes. 1 he section says.  "The governor general shall, except  as heretofore.mentioned, fix the day  for the nomination of candidates at  the election, and shall, at every general  election, fix one and the same day for  the 'nomination of candidates in all the  electoral districts except in the electoral districts of Algoma and Nip-  issing, in the province of Ontario, and ,  of Gaspe and Chicoubimi and Sague-  nay; in the province of Quebec."  In the district, excepted, the returning officer fixes the day, to be not   less;  than 15 nor more  than 30 days later  than the others. ���  Claims Date is Set.  The Industrial World, of Rossland  has the following'opposite'opinion on  this snbject:  .  "The World is in receipt of information which leaves no doubt that tha-  date of polling in the Yale-Rootenay-  Cariboo district will be Wednesday,  November 21st, unless Mr. I). J. McDonald, the returning officer, changes  his mind before issuing his proclamation. This will give Messrs. MacNeill,  Galliher and Foley two weeks more  campaigning than other candidate.1;  throughout the Dominion, and the last  two weeks will probably sec the greatest  pany's affairs will be submitted. It efforts made and the greater part of the  will take a couple of months before the work done on the part ofthe old party  re-organization can be fully  effected."'  candidates, while the labor people will          ���   ��� ! be working all (he time."  Leased the Martin Block.  C. W. Abbott,  Hutte hotel, has  block, a two ��lorv  proprietor of the  leased the Martin  structure  adjoining  Wise in  her Generation.  'Yes she is one of the best wives in  world, and he got her by advertis-  Oandidate Galliher has been up in  Cariboo this week and Candidate holey in F.ast Kootenay. Both will visit  I'hoenix in a short time.  The Industrial World, of Rossland,  is doing yeomanary work in behalf of  Christopher Foley, the independent  labor nominee.  the hotel, lor a term of 12 months.  ���With the additional rooms, this will  give the Hutte 15 bed rooms, which  are needed as the hotel has been turning away guests for a cotinic of weeks.  The lower floor ol" the Martin block  is now in the hands of carpenters, who  are rapidly turning it into a music hall  with stage, footlights, etc. A doorway will be cut through into the liutte  proper, and the entire place will be  put in good shape. It will be opened  about t.  first of November.  Greenwaad-Phocnix Foot Ball Match.  Fast Saturday the Greenwood Foot  Ball Club played the Old Ironsides  team on the latter's new grounds. The  local team had not been practicing of  late, and were defeated by the Greenwood hoys by a score of 4 to 1. After  the game, which was called at 4 p. m..  the visitors   were   entertained   bv   the  jth<  ! i��g*-"  I "It doesn't seem to me I could ever  bear to think ol marrying a man who  would advertise for a wile."  "I didn't say he advertised for a  wife. Hut he was such a liberal and  judicious advertiser of his business that  she was satisfied he would make ;i  good husband���and she took him."���  F.X.  At the turkey shoot held Thanksgiving day, seven birds were shot from  the target and two from tbe lx>x.  Albert Shafer secured two birds, making  the best record of the day. The  balance of the birds will be raffled at  the hotel Union Saturday night.  Dr. McDonald will beat his  dental  office in the Graves-Williams block 011  October 21, 22 and 2,5.     Patients  aie*  1 requested    to   call   tarlv   and   make  I *  j appointments.  Old Ironsides Club  the Victoria hotel.  at   a   banquet   at  I'he pigskin kick-  wood Miners' Un  P. C.   McArthur   has   opened   an  office in the Graves-Williams building  where he will conduct a  general  real j ers from down the hiil are loud in their j night, bom  estate and I irokei's business.      He   is | praises  of  also agent for the celebrated Gait coal.   Phoenix.  Fourteen couples went to the Green-  their   treaun-jnt   when   in[  in no  veil.  small 1  I'hoenix  arl'to  ball  and  the .'  last   Friday  roiitriliiile-l  .lCi.CS.-> o! ti.e  WX'SG-'?-1*  m':i'0S\  mmm  ##  ���sM7mM��  if-  mwm  ���m^$W0m  '������Isilf'f.  if  m  ..'5k*  1mm  -mm  mi  Mm  ySffl'V  md  ���TiiM  ��� Wit'  ft  ill  ���M  :|fe  -*j;fc  V t'I v--  w  i"::|fcf  'iM:-.  7,,7*''  :J3$:7  ���m  :-m  r'hSJI.i  ���3J:  ���%.  :''$1."3  Iff;  ���'?*ft*-:  --'.���.rJJjC-  ;*��!*;  w  *&v<  'vjp  :��7  IP  .vfss  IP  'M��:  5|7  fc  ������'}?*��  'i$7.  ?f7  ^���y  $7;.  ';}/ '.; '-'  M':  my  ,'-:S >-:"*-  *W-  ���:'.y,;*'l-*i  ?p*,:  W.'::$  &���������  bJ :'--������  Ml  ;�������������������,;  Slfr  fM fe��^??^^^  mJSmwimaM-g-groaara-ffli^^  vrtt*mtiv&''i\ m  ,N  !".)\,i*;i*;r.  ,<  fT"rr*r*~r~  Tht Phoenix Pioneer.;  jfis;-;r> 9> s��t.i:j*v si tjic  PIOSElvlUTBLISlIIXCiCO.  AT I'lIUIMK. 1)   l.  (Th* pliiee whtrt* Hie ir-incs arc ) j  W,B. WILLCOX. Manager. ]  .O-luli.lna TtUrlthonc-, NV Jo.  Veruoii& N<fl**n Ti-l.-plione, So  n.  Il i** rnriont rumor thr.t  the  Indus-  ���.ii\:"::'.L /.ct.  LVtt.'.^tt t: (Tpr--'*j rcrt<.  notici:  'rHVUIITIO^*..  JVrWar   f*ix Month*.    -  To V'tnriEi* Connlnc**.. ,    ...  ., ��*. .  If jou nrr i.i.t n mliscnl**. r t<^ this papti,  ji**ii unualicii lo von to iK-coim one.  of Nelson are to becon-olidated.���Nelson I'nbui.e.  1    j Xeiiher the con*eivatives or liberals  seem   to be taking nun h iuteiestin tlie  j coming   dominion     election.--Grand  ' Folks Gazette.  New  4^icr|i*,tny rat.*** f.iniislieri on aitjjlicillo".  /.,c-i*al nolicctf loantl 5 cents ]M.r line.  Volar wctkl> KiSLjiionscoustitiiU one mouth  nuveilisinj;.  33 ot* j        r    ��� ���-������,j     S'ews   that   the piovmce   ot  ~v\ Hrunswick i*.  undei  water,   following  H''-j< lose on the pionouniement for piohi  I bition   in  Manitoba   seems   to   make  " 1 things look   gloomv  tot   the  licensed  loomy  victualleis.���Vancouver Province.  1900      OCTOBER      1900  Sun     Mon   Tues   Wed    Thu     FrI     Sat  i  ���o  3  7  s  9  10  J 4  * 5  16  r7  21  2��  23  24  ps  29  So  3i  4  1 r  iS  19  26  20  27  fvO BOOM IN PHOENI J.  In some (piartcrs. there seems to be  an cnontous idea that at piesent theie  is what is geneially known as a boom  here in Phoenix. This, the Pioneer  . KaaJd^l^-y^w-iiiinui'ivvrr ;i)r(]���iriViu  be hoped that no one will come to  Phoenix, looking foi a business opening, with this idea.  It is true that, like all  other  parts  of t! e province, the  lioundaiy   country has, from various causes, felt  the  general business  depression   that  has  picvailed for seveial months past.   It  is.true,  that of all Boundary  towns;  I'hoenix was expected toimpiove fust,  and that it is gradually but surely glowing better.    It is also a fact that 600  tons of ore are   now   being shipped  daily irom mines in the heart of Phofi4  nix, being 18,000 tons per month.    It  is also now   well   known  that   every  steadily shipping mine in   the  Boundary is today shipping over the Phoe-,  ni\ spur ofthe C. P. R.  Notwithstanding all this, it should  be borne in mind that today every line  of business is well represented in  Phoenix, and consequently more coming in at present would simply overdo  'it. There is rib'��boom in Phoenix}  but business is'improving, and  in the  course of time theie will be room  for  1 **.   1      1  moie concerns.  Tf the piemier would inspiie fewci  ncwspapci ai tides concerning his vii-  tuous action in displacing his Chinese  mineis and do some jogging up  a-oind the departme t, under his  chaigc, the people o! this section  would be better pleased.���Si!vcitoman.  We heat a good many libeials ic-  mniking that theie is no cause foi  worry in tegard to the piesent campaign. That even il they should not  win in Yale Caiiboo-Kootenay, yet the  party is immensely strong in Ontaiio  and Quebec and thegeneial result will  be \ictoiy anyway,���rCooteuaian.  Only tluee weeks and two days and  then will come the election, and, il'oui  Eastern exchanges may serve as a test,  there i.s mighty little excitement going.  The fact is that the politicians Matted  M-iK-Mich a pnec-a -couple ot 'months  agj, that they have lost their bieath,  and have not yet got theii second wind.  ���Colonist.  The long looked lor event, in which  everync in this province was particularly inteiested, the Westminster Exhibition, is now of the past. That it  was eminently successful, except in one  or two divisions, those who lor ciose  upon 30 years have obseived the progress every provincial exhibition has  made, will leadilv attest.���Vancouver  World.  ia! Woiid ol Ross'anJ and the Miner! oot>J��t  Kisi- Mi:i:mi Caiia. s*i*ntT. in  '.*'���  1        Kcrttu Ku'cr Minixtg c'lu^iun ��,f Yflicdl'��tr.el  ���VVhjn: looitett.���Clrc-'ittood c.tap.east aini ad-  joining tin-- Mcrnuinti.-r mineral ctulm, I.ol 5.^S      !  Tnkr norc shji I. \\*. K. Vi'iM-aw., > ri'hoeuix, i  II C , 1 it*t- Miner'* OitifiiMlc No Uio'i-;.'-. To] m>  *<lf mid as r'B'iii  lor fj. ualil  1). Mnna, I m-  Miiitr'.CVrliOcun. No. 8��) A , Ceo. A. Coir, l*iie  Miikt's CVrtifka**; No. II r^s^S ami I>oi>ntil  A.  Cameron, Vnv Miners Certificate No, n ?atxb. in  lend, mjcti da}*, fioi'i tlic date liertof. If apply tt  tlie Mining Recorder fora Ceitilicaterf liiiuio*.**  iikius, foi  the purpose cf olitaiinn};*a Crown  Oi.inl i f tlie aLo\i*ciai:n.  And Urll.tj tal.i* nutice that ncnrai'. under iec  lion 37. mil*.! Iieton inei,ct.<l lufurrtlie iiiunuci.  fsnt.li Certlficateul littpro\enieiUs.  ;    *   "*1     >\     l>r.    f   l\i'3  Mjm Si.'mvevoks,  AND D'iAUt.lU'JMrN.  PjtorNijc, IJ. C,  i SCOTT & MrLAKtW.  COMKACIOMS AM) Ut,'!l 1)1 US.  EsrtMAir.s Fl-knisiicd.  PHOENIX715.  II. ����. CAYI rv.  W.I!, COCHKAX1.  1).iIk1 llus istliit.1) orsepUinli.r, \. I) , .9��.  54 \V. K  WllJUJls.  tgy  DR. MACDONALD,  DENTIST.%  Orathiate Pennsjlvania  College  or Ocntul  Surgery, riidadelph^a.  OlTice in Slicad's IllocU..  C rand Forks, II. C.  Telephone 90, Version and Nelson.  CAYLEY & COCHRANE,  SOI ICHORS l-'ic.  PHOENIX, 1).  R. B. KERR,  IJvKuis-iiR ami Solicitor,  NOf\RY 1'Ulll.lC.  PHOEXIX, B. C.  A. E. ASH CROFT,  MININIiAM) CIVIL I'MllNTrK  1'KOVINCIAI. IANO bl.'KVI.YOK.  IIAIJI It.t ASHCHOFf,  VANCOtA'Hi, 11. C.      GREENWOOD, B.  D. J. MATHESON,  INSUKAXCi: AOKNT,  TIRK, \.\Vt\ ACCIDl.Nr.  ('(MiiiiilssloML'i* tor InLln*,' Allldi   *it.  PlIOKXIX, P.  :"7*  I  v'S  The  ..���Butchens  Of thk Camp.  We handle all Kinds of Beef, Pork, Mutton and Veal.  Also Fish, Poultiy and Oysters in season.  City Bakery  SUNN & McCAGUE,  I'KOPKIl.lOKS.  Bread, Cakes, Pes, Etc., Fresh Daily.  IRONSIDES A DDl'i'ION, PHOENIX, B. C. Ekki: I)i:i.ivi:ky.  Your Trade Solicited.    Our Prices Are Itiglit?'  PHOENIX.Bc  OW Ltoasides Ave.  Pliscnh Lodge No. 23,  Knights of Pytl'ias.  Meets every Tuesday ni^lit  at 8 p.m , Miners' Union Hall.  Visiting lirethrep welcome.  I.. C Craufoku, K. K. S.  J. A. Clakk, C. C.  +-���-++ + ���*��� yt + t> * tt*"H-t+-��**t*t*t*-��*  *���* -������  ���f -*���  t-  MUNICIPALIIY OF PHOENIX.  New License Commissioner!;,  A recent issue of the B) C. Gazette  gives tlic folloiving as tlie~7nciv license  comnn'.ssionei.s lor Boun'daiy Cieek  License Uistiict: E. Jacobs. Gieen-  vyood; H. Cannon, Crand Porks; \V. li.  Toivnsend, Kossland; Chief License  Inspector, Constable I. .^.' Dinsmore,  ol" Crand Poiks. y~  All that portion of Kossland lidinc  of West Kootneay Electbial D's rict  not in any municipality, is to bekno.vn  as the lioundaiy Creek'-License J^is-  tiict. ,   k.  A few -day?  since the  lieutenant-  governor, signed the letters  patent for  ,. the incer|ioiation of the City of Phoe-  ni\, which is the final act as far as the  provincial government is concerned.  Nominations for the first  mayor and  fionid of six councilmen aie set tor  iPriday, October 26th, and the election,  jf needed, will he held on the succeeding Friday.    R. B. Kerr, the barrister*  /--at-lavv, is named as the returning officer.  The first meeting of the new council is  to be held on the first Saturday after  election  in  the  schoolhouse   at  two  - o'clock.  ' In this issue of the Pioneer will he  , found the full text of tiie letters patent,  giving the description of the boundaries  pf the .new municipality and also the  /Nullifications for mayor and aldermen,  with other particulars of interest at this  lime.  One of the first matters of moment  to a newly oiganized mnnici|xility is  that of public improvements. As the  fseason is so late, not a great deal can  be accomplished this year, but some  things can be done, without gieat expenditure, that will be of geneial  public benefit. These will doubtless  jeeeive attention at once.  See Ourf  ��� <  Display of  Tooth ;       <&'  Preparations  7." AND  Toilet       s<  Arfieles.  -f  ���  x  X  ���  e  4.  ���  ���  X  ���  J. F. WALKER & CO.  Every thing in stock that  should be' found in an Uiho-  date News and Stationery  establishment.  Daily Papers,  Magazines,  Books,  Stationery,  Pipes,  Toijaccos and  Cigars.  DOMINION AVENUE  Phoenix, B. C.  Agts. for Spokesman-Review  g p��HOENIX  JULIUS MUELLER, Proprietor.  Extra, Fine  LAGER BEER  Patronize home Industry and  drink Phoenix Beer.  Cor. Standard Avenue and Banner Street.  PHOENIX, B. C.  ���0-0<><XK><>0^<><><H>0<KK>^^  Bell's   Live*y> Feed and Sale  S Stables ^  HARRY ItELL, Proprietor.  J- Good Saddle,  Pack and  Driving Horses.  Charges Reasonable.  KN015 HILL AVE, PHOENIX, 11.  Heavy Draying. jt  C.  \ P. Burns & Co.  PHOENIX  MARKET.  JiKAD OmCK FOH IIOI'NIMKV CHriK, O-RKKNWC'O.-J, II.  IIKAIKJUAKIKR.S, Ni:i.SON. II. C.  /*  .... Wholesale Mi Mi Heat ffefthnh.  ingara  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  All orders icceive prompt attention. v  VICTORIA HOUSE   ......*....'..'.. M....��^.  ! Leading Hotel of Phoenix. :  -������  -f  -������  -f  ��������� +  �����<����������������������� ��� *��*f ����������� ������*���������-f ��� ��������������������  I PHOENIX LAUNDRY.      >**  '  LAWRENCE & WATSON, Props.  Best of work guaranteed,     Specialty of White Shirts.  Basement Miller Blk., Dominion A v.  PHOENIX  BAKERY.  C. W.^ Greer, Propr.,  Is making Light, Sneet and Wholesome  ]lrea(l,,Krciicli, Rye or CJroham. lcu\e  yom orders nt the  SHOP:  PHOENIX STREET,  REAR MORRIN & THOMPSON,  I'HOENIX, B. C.  GOOD CALLED FOR  AND DELIVERED.  HOTEL UNION  003  DRUGGISTS.  Night Bell.  Vernon & NiUon Telephone 17.  EDITORIAL COMMENTS.  Wednesday the Miner-Graves* syndicate began sending out 600 'tons of  pie pur day to the Granby smelter at  Giand Forks. 'Phis is one event long  looked forward to, and is significant of  fhe importance of Phoenix camp.  Cor. Dominion Ave. and Banner St.  PHOENIX, B.C., "       *  "*   7  (Opposite Miners' Union Hall)  This Hotel is Hard Finished I Bar Furnished with the Fin-  Convcniently Arranged,     j est of Goods.  "Graham & Prendergast, Props.  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Giun an teed.    Imported Goods.  FINE BOOl'S AND SHOES MADE TO  ORDKK.  PRACTICAL    MINERS'-AND   TKOS-  Pl'.C'lORb' SHOES   A SPECIALTY.  Corner Phoenix St. and  ^ Carpets and Linoleums <��  We have a fine line 111 all qualities and styles.,'  It will pay 3'on to  examine  and  get  prices.!  Furniture"  We are constantly receiving the  latest,  from;  the finest to the cheapest.  CLARK & BINNS,  Furniture, Carpets and Undertaking,  OLD IRONSIDES AVE. - - PHOENIX, B.   C.  Everything First Class, Electric Lighted, Electric  Bells, Free Sample Rooms, Finest Liquors aud  Cigars. j  li. C. HOTEL CO.. Ltd., Props,  J. UJSRKMAN, Manager. )  Old Ironsides Avenue,     -       -     PHOENIX, B. 0 '  AND SOb LINE.  STILL COXTINl'IC TO OPKRATH  Election* arc the order of the day.  Phpcnix is to have its fust' municipal  plecfipn November 2d a'nd the Dominion election will occur Novembei  7tli, ncrp,ss the line **���r American  cousins, will probably put in McKinley  jijpin on November 6th. ,  L iJist week the residents of several  ^lonndary towns were treated to nn ev  ��� jippitjpn of Donpnion jwlitical issues  )iy Candidate MacNeill and associates  frqrji a cpnservative standjioint. As  jhe elcctjon is over two weeks off  pipdjdates Galliher and Foley will jet \  have *} chance tp be heaid.  '1'he present method pf taxing the  rnetatyferous npncral output of ^hc;  ���jwncs ofthe province is not equitable.  It j^-filf right fpr the high grade pro-  iltjcer^ l��;t far frpjp the just to the low  ^rrtdp producers, It should )ie it-vised,  ���j'^tire-is excellent giound for objectinn  jo.the ntethod by whit!) t'.ic tax is d':.s  firs! - (to 5leeper>.  ���OX AM. TRAIN'S J-ROM���  Revelstoke and  Kootenay Udg.  Al.v> TOURIST  CARS   pas-iug  liuiiniort- Jet., Daily Tor St. I'atil   h.���.  -  dnys Or SlMiitrrai.niid Ilctoii, Monday>���  mid Thursday* for Toronto.  Same ears pass Rsvclstoke one dsy earlier.  Mrs* Wm* Delahay  Fashionable Dressmaking  %%&  Residence, opposite Maudel  & Murphy's livery stable.  Dominion Ave,  Phoenix. B. C.  N'o trouble to qiu.te rates nnd give yon n pointer ".-irdlng the Kastiru trip you contemplate  tak.'iiij  KORASQUARK  MKAI.GOTO....  1'or Time-table*:   rales   and   full  information  call on or .Hldres*. nearest local nfent, or  V.. K. RKOI-Vni   Clreenwoml.  O. II  1IKCKHK, agent, I'.lioll.  W.F.An-dp K.SOX,  Tiav.l'Ass. Agent,  Nelson, Ji.C.  K.J.Covlk,  A.O.P.Agt.  ���\'ancouver, H.C  BELLEVUE HOTEL  Knob Hill Ave.   Phoenix, B. C  Hotel Phoenix,  DOMINION AVE., PHOENIX, B. C.  The Pioneer Hotel.  ar**i%<a<%tr>>  Finest Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars ahv^-s in Stock]  Comfortable and well Furnished Rooms.  First-Class Dining Jtoom and Attentive Waiters.  HARRY NASH, Prop.  The teii GWu Vhtelp lip (opfltoM  R. GREGER, Manager.  AGENTS POR   Pafc)st  Complete line of liar Supplies.  ....GREENWOOD, B. C.  This hotel is centrally' located, newly bnilt and  newly furnished throughout. Everything is first  class.    Bar stocked with the finest.        :        :        :  EDWARD SIMPSON, Prop.  T> A T A nw TTnrpTm   First-class Restaurant  ir'A.bAtAft ilUJ.iij.Li        in Connection.  Phoenix Stage Line.  Makes Two Round Trips Daily Between Phoenix  and Greenwood. ��  Leaves Phoenix at 7.45 a. m. and r,3o p. hi.   Phoenix Time.  Leaves Greenwood at 9:00 a. m. aud 4:00 p.m.  Greenwood Time.   Sundays, leaves Phoenix at 8:15 a. m-  and Greenwood at 10:30 a. in.  McINTYRE & McDONALD, Props,  ..Hotel  Liquprs,  Fine Wine  and Cigars.  C. W. Thompson & Co.  l'ROPKtUrOKS.  Meals at All Hours."  The Best the Market'   Affords   Dominion   Avenue,' i  Phoenix, B. C.  i-$&*>&S>-i>$-Z-$-&&i<i.'i>-i>-Z ���t-ilts'/isi.����<  First Street, near Knob  Finest of Wines, Lipsrs and Cigars.  KEYES & DELISLE  Hill ave., Phoenix,   B. C.  Open Day and Night.  Proprietors.  etropolitan    ���� ��^  arber Shop.  The Wm. Hamilton Manufacturing Company,  Limited.  inlng Maclilnef y  Peterborough, Ont,  oo3eo����tt*e  ��9������������������������������  R. L. MILES, Prop.  Under Mettopolitnn Hotel.  Baths 50c, 3 for $*.00  T. H. Richards, Proprlelor.      ��    o    o     O    O      Cor. Knob Hill Ave. and First Street,  Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Dining Room in Connection. PHOENIX, B. C.  Job Work Promptly Attended lo.  y.HKUt it ;'.l (B .i. ,,(J* .h'oIic ���     -IQri)  & Tinning  f��wrmirj<u.n|��iinBmim��-i  Phoenixf B�� C.  oy  Kootenay Belle95 and  Little Gem" Cigars,  UNION MADE by  Plumbing W KOOTENAY CIGAR MFG. CO., of Nelson, B. C.  Sec Hint tlic M.UK Lube! is on each no^.  ��� j- *r^ V^* ipi*"*"** g ���*  ���s  t  1��  n't I  'I  c*��l  \\ ���<-  -   r,  .-*- >��� rjc-  Cc  caste  iiiter;  clary  "Old  Town  follow  of six  three-  sectio  First  liearir  ilieiio  of Kir  lireel 1  S.ri'  intersi  dary (  follow  Aveni  the lie  hearif  thcnci  of Die  and tl  11 dc:  stmth-  tlicno  of sail  liundi  deg.,  fast c  lowini  Uiocfc'  and   |j  f.-Vstro!  ���"mith I  westerl  soiuhci  td a <  Iwenty  dci5- 45  section  honsitl  ���uniljia  ('anadi:  lowing  Parallel  Jronsidi  the bou  'lie said  ���������ence 1  "rookly  centre li  section  yictoria  sides sul  westerly  Avenue  ciflHy ((  de��  ,.  6*  Hi  west cor  ln8the��  37 prod  ?nd nine  lngS. 7  south-eaf  fQllowii|f  ;-ots5&  hundred  1740.8] f */*  J  THE CITY 9F PHOENIX  THE  PHOENIX    PIONEER.,  y:S0m'mri?M  ,- 3ySscS;-4[i| v'-Maii  Letters Patent Signed by Lieutenant-Governor.  PUBLISHED   IN THE B. C. GAZETTE  I Nominations are to be Held Next Friday, October 26, and Election if any, on November 2.  Tlic letters patent for tlie incorporation   of tlie city of I'hoenix.. have been  I issued, signed by   the  lieutenant-governor, and published in the Jiritisli Columbia Gazette.    They art: as foljpws:  IlKXKV G* JQ'-V >"':'i^O'i'lli.V.KKK.'  CANADA.  ' Province of British Columbia.  VlCTOlUA^lJy^t,^cGl'ac^'>,''G^d^N!1e  United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Queen, ���Defender  ofthe Faith, Etc., Etc;, Etc.  To all to:whom   these, presents  shall  come���Greeting*  I)..M.'I5ukkt.s,   7 WHEREAS, it is  ���Attorney-General.f       provided by section 2 of chapter 2.8 of the Statutes ol  iyou, being   **���>��-' 'rl'h.m^itix Inroipora-  tion Act,'lyoo," that it shall be lawful  for the lieutenant-governor in   council  forthwith^ without; requiring  the inhabitants, of'the' lands proposed to be  incorporated to observe the provisions  [ of section 3, of chapter-143 of the Ke-  : vised Statutes of .-British   Columbia,  I being the   -���Municipalities Incorpora-  I tion-Act," as,enacted; by section   2  of  chapter 55 of the'Statutes of 1899, by  [letters [latent under the public seal, to  incorporate under  the  said   "Municipalities Incor|K)ratioii Act" into a city  the tract of land  hereinafter  set  out;  [and that such letters patent shall have  ��� the same force and effect as   letters  latent issued .under the provisions and  j after conipliancejv.'hh all the formalities  <v(the said -���/Miniicip.nllties, Incorpora-  111011 Act," save and,'except as provided  jin said '-���lMi'oenix'A'Incorporatioii  Act,  1900," :^;-  And whereas7Uie Honourable Sir  1 lenri GustaVc;'Joly 1 )e Lotbiniere,  Lieutenant-Governor of Our Province  ol" British Columbia, by and with the  advice of the executive council, under  and by virtue ,, of the powers and  authorities conferred upon hi in by the  said acts, and of all other powers and  authorities linn in that behalf enabling,  hath ordered-that all the following  pieces or parcels' of land situate, lying  and being iivOsoyoos aivision of Yale  district; in the province of British Columbia, namely:    7'   *      ,7  ;.    All that piece or parcel of land  iiovvii and  numbered   as   Lot' 9S0,  (.-Group 1, upon the official map of  the  [said;   District,' containing   48  acres, |  'more or less.7:7  2. All that'piece or parcel of land  adjoining the above, and bounded as  follows:  Boundaries of City.  Commencing-.':at   a   point   op   the  easterly boundary of Lot  981  at  the  intersection with the  northerly   boundary of the alley-way in Block   13,  of  "Old Ironsides"   subdivision   of the  Town of Phoenix   produced;  thence  following the said boundary a distance  of six hundred  and   thirty-three   and  three-tenths (633.3) feet  to   its intersection with the westerly boundary   ol"  First Street, in said   subdivision,   and  hearings. 7 8" deg. 45 min E.   (Astro),  thence following the westerly boundary  of First Street, a distance of two   hun- j  dred and five (205) feet, and   bearing  S, n dcg. 15 min  W.   (Astro.)   to  its-  intersection with the  southerly boundary of Old Ironsides Avenue; thence  following the  said 'boundary  of said  Avenue a distance of sixty (60) feet to  the north-west corner of Block i,  and  hearing S. 78 deg. 45 min E.   (Astro.)  thence following the westerly boundary  of Block 1 a distance of one   hundred  and thirty (, 30) feet,   and  bearing  S.  11 dcg. 15 miirWY (Astro.)    to  the  south-west corner of   said   Block    1;  thence following the southerly boundary  <>f *��-4 Blocki a   distance of three  hundred (300) feet, and bearing S. 78  easterly boundary of Lot 9S1; thence  follo'-ving the easterly boundary of said  Lot 081 a distance of one hundred  and forty and seven-tenths [140.7] feci,  and beaiing N. 5 deg. 59 min K.  [A��tro.] to an .intersection with the  south boundary ol Lot 9S2; thence in  a north-westerly direction a .distance  of five hundred and five [505] feet,  mure or less, to a nost planted at the  intersection of the east boundary of  Lot 981.and the south boundary ol  Lot 796; thence in a north-westerly  direction a distance of four hundred  and'-forty'[440] feet, more or less, to a  point, said.point being ihe intersection  of the north side of Dominion Avenue  produced and tlie' west boundary ol j  Lot 796; thence S. 1 deg. 34 min E.'  [Astro.] along the west boundary oi'  Lot 796 a distance of one hundred and  seventy-five [175] feet, more or less, to  a post planted at the intersection ofthe  west -boundary,' of Lot. 796 nit!) the  north boundary of Lot 981;; thence  following the north boundary of said  Lot 981 a distance of twenty [20] feet,  and hearing's. 84 deg. 1 min \V.  [Astro.]; thence following, a ..bearing' of  S..I deg. 34 min- K; [Astro.], and a  distance of three hundred [300] feet, to  a post; thence following a bearing ol  S. 21 deg. 19 min E. [Astro.] and a  distance of one thousand [1,00b]: feet  to the intersection of the 'northerly  boundary of the alley-way in Blocks  12 and 13 ofthe Old Ironsides subdivision and the easterly boundary of  Lot 9S1, containing 100 acres, mo-**  or less, and tin,- inb-.ibiiuuts theret?.  ��hall,,on,  from   and  after  the    nil  iciest in'said partnership, or company land i.s of-not less value than  five   bundled    dollais,  and   are  , otherwise.|ualified to vote at such  -election.  Tl  year  are  male  ige  of  21  the  limits  ic. persons  qualified  to  vote  for  mayor and alderman at the  said   first  election and at all elections  and   bye-  elections to be held during   the  1900, shall be persons who  British subjects ol" the full 1  years, and have resided in  of the city for tlie three  months  next  preceding the date of   such  electi  and who shall, before  the day of such j  election,.have applied to   the  returning oh'icer and have had   their  names  placed'on the list of electors  for such  election. .  Until the said   municipality   is  divided into wards, the  mayor   and aldermen shall be elected by those qualified to vote in the whole city.  The mayor and   alderman  at the  said iirst   election  cilice until his successor, or a majority  of tl- :     -       "       -  And in  votes  be-  on more than one occasion  the event of the   number of   ing found to have been equal to any  two or more candidates, one or more  of whom, but not.ail of such canoi-  dates, being by the state of the poll  entitled to be declared elected, the returning officer shall by a casting vote  or votes, as the case may be, decide  which of the candidates for whom the  votes may be equal shall be elected:  Provided that the said returning officer shall not vote except, in'case of air  on, j equality of votes as aforesaid.  elected  shall   hold  dav of October, .900, be inc,irpsra!ted^,,d*'Sn **�����"��� in  writing   be-  ���as -i-City Muniei|,ality under the  said] fe��� s0���,c.Person.authonzed to admin-  Acts, and hath made further provision  to the tenor and effect hereinafter appearing.' . ���.���  Now Know Yk, that by these  presents Wr. do hereby order and proclaim that the locality hereinbefore described, and the inhabitants thereof,  shall, on, from and after the 1./th- day  of October, 1900, be incorporated as a  City Municipality, under and subject  .to the provision ofthe "Municipalities  Incorporation Act," and of the "I'hoenix Incorporation Act, 1990," and  under and subject to the provisions  hereinafter contained or referred to.  ��� The said Municipality shall be called,  and known by the name and style of  "The Corporation of the City of"  Phoenix."  The said Municipality shall comprise  all those pieces or parcels of land here  inbefore described. .'���..-  The council shall consist of a mayor  and six aldermen, and the whole number present at each meeting hereof  shall not be less than four.  Nomination on October 26.  The nomination for the first election  of a mayor and aldermen shall beheld  at Miners' Union Mall in I'hoenix, on  the 26th day of October, A...IJ. 1900,  at 12 o'clock noon, and the polling [if  any] shall be at said Miners' Union  Hall, on the 2nd day of November, A.  1), 1900, and shall continue for one  day only, and the poll shall be kept  open between the hours of 10 a. ni.  and 4 p. 111. and Robert Bird Iverr, of  Phoenix, barrister at law, shall be the  returning officer thereat.  ol their successes, have been sworn in,   sen ted himself   for   noir  unless he or they shall   die  or  resign   who shall have been elec  or become disqualified.  Voters', List.  It shall be the duty ol" the returning officer to enter in a book, in alphabetical order, the names, addresses and  occupations of all persons, qualified to  vote as aforesaid, to have their names  placed on such list, and such list shall  be the list of the electors for such elections.  Ht-foio the '..une of any p-rson shall  be placed on the list,   he_ sjudj^r^ii.e  ister oaths, setting forth his name, ad  dress, occupation and qualifications as  aforesaid, which declaration shall be  filed with the returning officer.  Such list and declarations shall be  open to inspection by any person  within lawful-hours.  . Any person may complain that his  name is improperly omitted from the  voters' list, or that any other name i.s  improperly inserted thereon, and may  apply to any judge of the Supreme' or  County court to have his 'name inserted thereon or to have any names improperly inserted thereon struck off the  said list. In such latter 'case reasonable notice, to be determined by the  judge applied to, shall be: given to the  person whose name is proposod to be  struck off. The judge.Shall hear and  dispose ol" all such applications in a  summary way, and the-'returning officer shall amend the list-in accordance  with tlie judge's decision.  At least six days notice of the time  :and place of nomination and oi holding of the poll (if any) shall be given  by the said returning officer; such  notice to be posted during that period  in the manner provided'' by section 30  of the "Municipal Elections Act,,"  , The returning officer shall,on the day  of nomination, at 2 ^o'clock p. m., announce the names 'of the persons put  in nomination in that, behalf as candidates for the offices of mayor and  aldermen, as prescribed by the "Municipal Elections yVct."  At the close o'Hthe time for nominating the   candidates   the  returning  All expenses attendant upon said  election shall lie borne by the said city.  The opening'of the ballot boxes and  counting of the votes shall be in the  presence the' candidates if they attend for that purpose.  The returning officer, after the de-  claratioii'of the poll, shall retain the  ballot papers and boxes'until a clerk  shall be duly appointed, to whom he  shall forthwith deliver tiie same.  Every person who shall have pre-  omination, and  led a mayor  or municipal alderman, must serve for  the term for which he has been elected, unless in the case of sickness  in default pay a sum of fifty dollars  towards the municipal revenue; such  sum, with costs, shall be recoverable  by the clerk of the municipality, summarily, before any justice of the peace.  Any vacancy in the office of ma .������'.-  i or alderman sl^ll ).y- ^fm  for by the ."Municipal Elections. Act."  , The *J>j<*-*ni��&nHl*iV%e*coiinci'l  shall be held on . the first Saturday  after the day of election, at the school  house in Phoenix, at 2 o'clock in the  afternoon.  Until, provision he made by by-law,  in that behalf, all proceedings at and  relating to the meetings of the council shall be held and taken in accordance with the provisions contained in  the "Municipal Clauses Act," and all  the powers, privileges, and duties of  the mayor and council shall be the  same as those prescribed bv the said  Act.  .    At the first   meeting,   or   as soon  thereafter as possible, the council may  elect a clerk, treasurer,   collector,  and  assessor, or such officers as they  may  deem necessary, who shall   hold   such  office during the pleasure of the council, and receive such   remuneration as  the council may by by-law appoint.  In   Testimony   Whereof,    We    have  caused these Our Letters to be made  Patent, and the Great  Seal   of  the  said Province to be hereunto affixed:  >   Witness, the Honourable Sir Henri  'Gu.st.ivc Joly  de  Lotbiniere, Lieutenant-Governor of Our said   Province of British Columbia,  in   our  City of'Victoria' in  our said .province, this eleventh day of October,  one thousand  nine  hundred,   and  in   the   sixty-fourth    year   of Our  Reign.  By Command.  ....J. D. .I'KICNTICE,,  Provincial Secretary.  Phoenix Alail Service.  Office hours, S n. m. to 7 p. 111.  Mails close fur Oriiml Korks, Oreenwood, Ross-  I.iiid. Xel.son, 1'la.slern United States and Coast  lioints daily (except Sii'iulny) nt 7:15 a  MM'-i  '^W}^M^K^S^M^S^S(^M i  THEiGANADIAN  The Most Popular  Hotel in Phoenix.  I BANK OF  ���ly'imymm  :.yb}mmm:m  "������:��� ���*!if 'yJ0P%  ���-:������ /s-#M*fe'<;A��a  '.yy^UyMsm  ������������\:ml::'M$(M  7'-'��iKl'*&iG  .:,'*. j^SjTtJ:.;:fffi��H"^  It is the FAVORITE RESORT for Ml  the Weary and Thirsty Traveller ja**-*'  or Wayfarer, and in consequence'"*  is becoming noted throughout the  Boundarv.' ���".''' '.''%���    Wins  Newlv Furnished. Choicest ���LiquorsSS  and Cigars. Pining Room First-*  Class in Every Way.  C. W. ABBO'IT, Prop  HEAD OFFICE: TOMNITO.  -Established 1467.7  PAID-UP-CAPITAL $6,0000.u0.  [Six Million Dollars.J'7 7  ���REST, . . . '.'���. . . 7- ��� ... .- ... $1,000,000  President 7 . Hon: Geo. A. Cox.  General Manager.... .BE. Walkkk.  Ass't. Gen'l   Manager. j.H. Plummek,  |.��I��E''���'*.��*!-?��i'i"-  MixySmm  This.bank has the largest number of;  branches of any bank in Canada; 'wi'h  agencies at New- York, Chicago, New  Orleans, Skagway and Dawsr n Citj".  ��� "' ��� -irv     j 1 '������  GREENW'OOP and PHOENIX, B. C.   SOJ.I5 AGKNTS FOR THK���  Lion Brewing Go.  exy'irr-Biitffirf Columbia.  '. EN EK A.I.  EX PORT  A GENTS���  Blue Label  KKICHS-  (JUEI.I.KN  "���Wolur'ai "Mineral Water  WiEsisAUKN, Germany.  o  JAS.McCREATH &; CO.,, Props.  e ALMSTROM & BERG, Props. ���  Fine Wines,  Liquors and Cigars.  DOMINION AVENUE,       "-,     '���-      '-.''   -       PHOKNIX, B. C.  .AccountsofC6riiorations,;Mercharits  7,  and Individuals received on lavorable  terms.'.'; . ���������������  1.' ',' -,''77,: -  Drafts, Commercial Credits, Travejte ,  ers' Credits and Circular Notes,issued-v;-  available in any partof .'the world.:      ''77  Aiiproved Notes Discounted; Collec- 77  tiotis made.   ��, '���''���������_ .    -  '   A general Banking  business" trail  sacted:,'    '       .  7:'.,        -,:"'-.  Greenwood Branch,  D. A.-CAMERON,  ������".'������'��� Manager, .  City Scavenger.  All orders promptly attended to.  Office, Standard Ave,  PHOENIX/B C  ��� ���-"������'' /-<M'.vtJ���#'^':sf;a''-i���,'  :���;��� -.- .v;.r��J -k-sbsp  ���:'..f:ii40:m^A  .������-.'i-.--.vi^fe-M&*3^  ..���"^'pP'-lifcil  7^W7w7m  :M7|||ip|p  ���^���'^-;M&Ai��%^y-3,  'v7'*--fi|fsSf7:j.f��i  The.  Map!  Choice wines, liquors, and cigars '{always in stock.  Board by day or week. One trial and you will remember  The Maple Leaf Forever.  IU  EASTERN'S'.:  RESERVE FUND:  J. Mandel, P^op.  OLD IRONSIDES AYE.  PHOENIX,' B. C.  I officer Shall deliver to every candidate   Monday, We.liit.sUny nn<l  Kriclaynt 7:15 a. 111.  1'he persons qualified to be nominal-1 or agelU 0,- a caivdidate,  applying  for  the same, a duly certified list of names  ed for and elected mayor of such city  at the said' first election, and at all  elections and bye-elections to be held  during the years 1900 and 1901, shall  be such persons as are male British  subjects of the lull age of twenty-one  years, and are not disqualified under  any law, and  a.���Are   at the date  of nomination  the assessed   owners  of land  or  real property in the city of-value  of one thousand dollars over and  above any registered incumbrance,  and are   otherwise   qualified   to  vote at such elections, or  b.���Who are at the date   of   nomination the sold tenants in possession ol" land or real   property   in  .the city of the value of two thousand dollars under lease in writing  for not less than  one  year,   and  arc otherwise qualified to vote  at  such election; or  c���Who are at the date of nomination the members of a partnership firm, or shareholders of a  joint stock company, which is at  of the   several  the said date of  nomination  Mock  ^45 nun E. (Astro.) to the ��so,ith-  '0"'ng the easterly* boundary  of said  <*k'  ���? distance of thirty '(30) feet,  in I f   �� 1UC tote^tion with   the  ;     oundaryofJJIock   2 produced  sol h    ' , k'm:e following the  said  ^uthcriy boundary ol JJ|�����Tk 2 produc-  ��m> (io20)jeet, and bearing S. 78  ^''witlulie boundary  ,,0n^PUrright-of.w:!y ofthe Co-  ironside  liimhia and  Us   intcr-  oBthe Old  W  estern   brand'  ^n Pacific Railwa^ th"nl ...  * tl,e   said   boundary,   running  loivi  parall.  of  the  e fo'  5^  ;^,Kt-re,-,nerf8aido,a  'le Ijounda  the  its intersection with  siidr���Ty,,,ftllcBroo,il>'1^i'��>' ��f  VW^ Ct,"c li ��?��r' ��� ,"ning 1)!lrallel t0 tlu'  I Victo ;;l''1,le,,0,''^-'!:."iHH.ndaryol  r ��Wly   ff��V; th���cc following the  P^C^^froOtotfesouS  l\ 3? Produced y.rndary0fs'lid B,ock  i< ^thitLn -^ v- Astra>tothe  N  [OI1o^b tJe "Tl?' ,L0t  "8*   thence  '   -ot ��cRV a   lUh ^'"idnry of said  H [?4��'��] fee 1 ��-ri? and cifihi-tenths  M        -       - l0 'Htersection with  the  the  assessed   owner of land   or   real  property   in    the  city   of     the  value of one thousand dollars'over  and above any registered   incumbrances,   and    whose  individual  interest  in   said   partnership    or  company land is of not less value  than one  thousand   dollais,   and  are othenvi.se qualified to vote  at  such election.  The   persons qualified to be nominated for and elected   as aldermen of  such city at the said first election, and  at all elections and bye-elections to be  held during the years 1900 and 1901,  shall   be   such   persons    as are   male  British   subjects  of  the   full,  age  of  twenty-one years, and are not qualified  under any law, and  a.���Are at the date  of nomination  the assessed   owners  of  land   or  real property in   the  city   of the  value of five hundred dollars over  and above any registered incumbrances, and are otlieiwiso qualified to vote at such election; or  b.���Who arc at the date of nomination the sole tenants in possession  of land or   real  property .in   the  city of the value of one thousand  dollars under lease in writing   for  not less than   one  year,  and are  otherwise qualified to vote at such  election; or  c.���Who are at the date of nomination the members ol" a partnership  firm, or shareholders  of a joint  stock company, which   i.s at Ihe  said   date    of   nomination    the  assessed owner of  land   or  real  property in  the city of the  value  of five hundred dollais over  audi  above   any    registered    incum  bfiinccsj unci whose* individual in-  candidates who shai  have been nominated; and any votes  given at the election for any other  candidates tlian'r.'itliose so nominated  shall be null and'void.  - If, at the expiration of the time appointed for the election as aforesaid,  no more candidates stand nominated  than there are .vacancies to be filled  up, the returning' officer shall forthwith declare the-'candidates who may  stand nominated to be elected, and return their names to the registrar of  tlie Supreme court.  No speeches' 'or interruption of  nominating candidates at the hustings  shall be permitted', by the returning  officer between"-1, the reading of the  notice of election and the closing ol  prcccedings on 'nomination day by  the returning officer.  If, at the expiration   of   such time,  more candidates:stand nominated than  there are vacancies to be filled up, the  returning   officer.'"..shall    declare   the  names.of the candidates, and publicaly  proclaim the day 'previously  stated in  his proclamation, and   the.   place  or  places at which the poll shall be opened in the .Municipality,   for  the   purpose of taking the votes of   the electors according to  law; and shall  then  adjourn the election, and  shall take a  [Kill by ballot, and  shall  cause   lobe  posted up notices of his  having grant-1  ed such   poll,   indicating  the  names,  residences,   and   occupations   of the  candidates so nominated, in the order  in which they shall be printed  on the  ballot papers, which notices  shall,   as  soon as possible after the  nomination,  br placarded   in all the   places  where  the proclamation for the election   was  posted up.  If alter the adjournment of an election hy the returning officer for the  purpose of taking a poll, one of the  candidates nominated shall die  before the poll has commenced, the  returning officer shall, upon being satisfied of'ihe fact of such death, countermand notice ofthe poll, and all the  proceedings with lel'eiencc to the election shall be commenced afresh. Provided that no fresh nomination shall  be necessary in the case of a candidate who stood nominated at the time  of the countermand of the poll.  In case oi a poll being held the  candidates, duly qualified, who shall  obtain the greatest number of votes  shall be mayor and municipal alderman respectively.  Voters Can Cast Seven Ballots.  to vote shall  Mails due from all points at 10:30 a. 111.  JJ. J. MATII1-30N,  Postmaster.  For Rent.  For rent, large residence, suitable for  lodging house, on the New York town-  site.    'Apply to  L. C. Crawford.  The Yale-Columbia, Lumber Co,  LIMITED.  -.Manufacturers of all kinds of ������  Rough and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles,  Mouldings and Turnings."  and Yards arf. Locatf.d as Follows:  . .mill and yard  Our Present Mill  Nakusp   Robson   Rossland    "     "       "  Ymir  "     "       '"'  Greenwood���Gen'l office���mill and  yards.   ,  Phoenix.. . .  Eholt No. 1.  Eholt No. 1 ���..  Deadwood. . .  Rock Creek.  Long  Lake.  .mill and yard.  'We are also prepared to deliver lumber to any mining camp.  Our Company is enabled to Supply, any order without delay  ESTABLISHED 1 859. 77  CAPITAL   7    . ".   .    $,,500,000.  -    $900,000  1    7      BOARD OK Dl'KKCTOKS;''.���'���.'"''���-...  R. W. IIf.nkkbk, i'rcsirtent, Ho.v. M. H. Cocil-  kank, Viee-rrss., Israel Wood, J. S. Mitchell,  ('.. Stevens,  J. X. Oalcr, K. W.Tliom.-is, C( H.  Katlmii, 11. H. Kroini, Q. C.  HIJAD OW'lCK. SHKRDROOKK, I*. Q.  \VM.. I'akwkm., (ien'I Mgr., S. Knr.Kt.r, Local  Mgr.; S, r". Mokkv, llraiicli Inspector.  I!RANCHKS7.  ��� .    \Vaterloof:W. I. Brigfrs, Manager.  > Ktanstead, S. Stevens,    .   ". ���"���'���''  CowanvilleYJ, Mackinnon, Manager.  Coaticook, 11. Austin, Manager."'.  Richmond, \V. I.. Hall,      "       * '���",.'7'  Granny, W. H. Robinson; "  Hertford, K. W. Morgan,    "     .    :  Magog, M.I'. Oliver, "  St. Ilyacinthe, J. K, La Framboise, Mgr.       :  Huntingdon, !���'. X. Robinson, Mgr.  Orinstown, II.'.T. Williams, Mgr.  ...    Orand l'orks,-I1.C, J.W. Macloiiglilin, Mgr.  I'libenik, Ii. C, Wm. Spier, Mgr.  "Agents in Montreal, UauU of Montreal: London, Kng., Xaticnal Bank of Scotland; lloston,  National Kxcluinge Hank; Xew Vork, National  l��ark Hank.  Collections" made ht all accessible points.  Drafts issued for any required amounts, good 'in  all points in Canada, IT. S. and Kurope. Kx-  eliangc twuglit and sold. .'  Savings Hranch Department at each1 office.  Interest allowed from date of deposit and com- -  pounded annually without requiring attention of .'.?  depositor. ,.  Office Hours: io-�� Saturday from io to ia.  A. HENDER5QFC  The Watchmaker . :and  Jeweler, is doing the''finest qualit}'- of .\vbrk in  the Boundar}*-country.  Give us a call when your  watch or clock is "out of  whack," qi&'you need anything in tlie Jewelry line.  Miller; Blk., Phoenix, B. C.  Is Already the Second Camp in Ore Shipments  in British Columbia.  The following facts about Phoenix tell the story of what capital has already accomplished in the chief  mining camp of the Boundary. There are yet many promising prospects well worthy of business like  exploitation.  Phoenix itself aud tlie camps to which it i.s tlic nearest banking and business  point, are now shipping' 4,500 tons of gold-copper ore per week, or 225,000 tons  per year.  The Knob Hill and Old Ironsides, situated in the very heart of the town, are  alone shipping 600 tons daily, or 4,200 tons per week.  The B. C. mine is shipping 150 tons daily, or over 1,000 tons weekly.  Other properties, such as the Golden Crown, Winnipeg, Athelstau, etc., are  shipping not less than 50 tons per day, or 350 tons per week.  The ore shipments from Phoenix alone far exceed the combined output of all  other mining camps of British Columbia, outside of Rossland.  Yet Phoenix is onh- in its earliest infancy-.  For further information, address,  jf B. BOYLE,  Tlf Druggist  J And Stationer,  has removed to the  Graves = Williams = Block,  Cor. 1st street and Old Ironsides  ave. and is now in better shape  than ever to cater to the wants  of his many friends. .   ��� ��� ���  Smoke  ��� KELOWNA ���  CIGARS,  o   o  UNION MADE  o  IB  ��  a  0. W. RUMBERGER,  Dominion Ave.,  Phoexi.v, B. C.  Kvciy person ipi.ililiei  have seven voles, being one lor eacli  alderman to be elected, and one lor  mavor; but he may vote for any less  number than seven: Provided always  thai he shall not cast more than one  vote in lavor of any candidate, or vote  aeo������a*09eecea9ooeoocsa*e  &   1  Insurance and  Real Estate.. .  Dominion Avi.su:, PHOENIX, B. C.  ACHNT  l'"OH  Candada Life Ins. Co.  London and Lancashire Life Ins.  Co.  Dominion ot" Canada  Guarantee  and Accident Ins. Co.  Surety Bonds furnished at Low Kate*  Offices and Houses abvavson hand for  itjnt.    Snaps \\\ real estate.  >'.'7ll;Sfl?i#  ;7.-7��#liS  : y}'7myMlf^i%  7^:7mM7MM  "������yyymmmM  ,::7W:mWS;  '^^;;:-'i;7>||;i;i|ii  7'i7tim  '��� ."���"'.' ^7^S1ffe!*!'7;-^S&y  '���-'���"' ; '���''\7%0-'$:?;-��:0!?h  ^7^^m4mm  . ��������� !;'V^r':::-V^[-"-{;;^^'")>?7^  '.���'���'*.  ���.- 7>/v\0&77-&:\77'C;7--u;t  ��� ��� ���  .*������'*.   -...-J?".5?-:'. %';-rV*''r,'*-j.'**'  ���������'::������'������'���: '���y$P.:zm'!!$M  :yyyy^-^:M^M  J\~yy:yymfQm!Mmm  ;$w  '���$%������  ������.-���������*7i$$'<iW'  ������:l��l7  ;y0"il77^gi  [^Mi77r7^77  'MP  7Mi%m��m  7I$M7'  ���tyt: -���-��. .-  ���i -  ���InSMT  M'BJM.' pnltiS3U<UIB  ^'^^S!^^T2'SSF???S^g^3irt^s^ffi^fe . .TV.** \*. -:-  i>H  V5^.-5fi*  "      \.  f"*i^Cl  THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  *!^1:  17  WALL; PAPER  -���1.ATKST DKSIONS-���  7   '�����~��   ���,.   "  B'auk Books  of  Every  criptipn. ������ . .  ''   ��~~��  . Choice Line of Confectionery.  :'..���.7- ���   -70���o.'"  IMPORTED AND DOMES-  /':-''7TrC,C5GARS.:,;:::;.  Hie te S Smilli  PHOENIX, B.C.  i  THROUGH THE WEEK.  The- Spokesman-Review,   the  xrent  ���"' ] brings ai7invpFoved mail servire to this  11 town.  Mail from  Nelson  and Ross,  ��. I.nid now readies l'h:>eni\ in one'dayij  'all mail arriving   here   in   the  eaily  , ., ,-.i,i j i* ��� t I . p ,'evening. 'Die change is a \ve!coiiei*5��  ru,.    dai v o the Inland Empire, has lately I        ,  * .���,        .   ���������   " ��������� -.-��� . ..���=*?  Uei-  .     *,.   . ���  ���   -., .   . ' one lo all our business people.  installed a new and up u- a p pnnl.nj ! ���/.������-. .-.-.*    '  jiess���one of those compiicated uia-  chines that can almost talk, so great  are its possibilities. The paper itself  claims that: there is but  one greater or  This  ���������r-  _  '���h The Local Grist*   (  - a     -ii-'- '������ .,. -' '.-*7;,-   '  -,.-������' -Mr< VlcCorniack lias lakeh- charge  ..' of/ the Butte Dining /Room.     /7"'.  ; G^Artliur Kendell^-of; Eholt,; has  . been gazetted a justice of the peace. ::  '      A11 of the geiieral   stores/.' in   town  iejiort a decided improvement in' busi-  /'ness'of'late.7   ���.'.:' ���      . ���������������. -v./: -. ,.'  'Hie -'season'-of -good- wcatha'"3vas'  ��� broken Thursday,-��� when/ tlie/ heavy  -rainstorm set iii. '7/    "7 ';*���//, ���'  $5s will buy a   good   pipe   toned  organ.      Greenwood'  .Music    -!->tore,  ��� Greenwood; B. C./ . '"���' , ;7  $21*; will buy  an  belter press made on this earth.  new press turns out complete papers at |  i the rate of i 3,oco per hour.  I     In an article recently published   de-  j scribing "this   press/the. big .Spokane  j daily Contrasted it with   the \Vashing-  trtn hand press used 17ye:irsag<>, when'  thepaper was first started/and when,  it is/stated, but 150   cbpies   per.  hour  weie. '])iinied.     Tlie   contrast  is,  01  course, quite marked.', '...'���  '. There is a decided improveivcnt in  the business atmosphere of ���Phoenix.  While the weather is getting worse,  general trade is  giadually  improving,-  and everyone has a more cheerful appearance: Real estate is stifienifig up  and some new building is constantly  going on. Confidence in the future  of Phoenix was never greater, and,  there were never more men of means  coming to town seeking','profitable investments. Things in a business way  have an '.-improved .tendency,, and a  fairly good winter is anticipated.  ^wwv^vyw^  HARDWARE  DEPARTMENT  ��S A complete stock of Pipe/ Steel, Iron and Fittings, Capital Cylinder Oil, 600 W. Cylinder Oil;  Jp Crow's Nest /Coal, Bennett Fuse, Giant and Hamilton Powder, California Caps, Queen Heaters in  32 Endless Varieties. ���  ���A>4.A.+��A.A,++A>+AfA.4.A,4.A.4.A,A.A.A. + ++A,  ���+-M-��--��--f*--��*-M*--H"f -H* ���+���������>--������������-*"������-�����  .' ���Tod.iy the Plioeiiix/ I'ioneer is printed on the same kind of a press 'as that  last above referred to. \Vho can tell  how long it will be before the^gfo"'tli  of this, the most talked of;tpwilWii/'the  Boundary today, .wjll'lie'/sucli'tliat a  i i,ooo-per-hbu'r;press will be/required  to turn the/edition out ih.time. Those  best acquainted, with the 'backing of  Pliociii^'pire'clict;--'great thinps-i'or- lt-4n  thenieaTv^fuTiirefandw'hile there-is no  boom jliereilow, its .���growt.tv'is' of a sub-'  stantial and permanent character. /  :������ ,:. ;-''7 -; .*''':;'.',;��;*������ ;;,'-- ���..;��� .������,.'���'  . Referring again to this great -faintly;  journal, the IndustiialWoi hi, of; Rijfe  land, recently had something tc7 say  in regard to. it under/ the heading,  "The-Bestj":as follows: , ::������/./;.; ;' ,,.'./  ' "U'hile the Kop'tenays' have ryjnny  excellent/ newspapers, , the Phoenix  .Pioneer may/lay claim to the honor of  being the /cleanest, /neatest, ; brightest  arid best patronized;j>hpcr; in this part  :'$U,;  elegant  upr'g.it  1 liaiip(new).,   Grcehwood Music Store,  ���-/   "Greenwood, B-'G.'-���������.'������/'��� 7'.���'./',',;;'/.'''.':.;,;.  ,  /liast.Thursday Mrs. /G?n, '������iR.   Na-  den,  of (iieenwood, /)>tesented    her  ;? husband -with7i daughter.-'   /':/.-.  ���.:,At last.SatUrdav:'7ight'; 7mectingof;  !/::'--'Pii'oen|x.'Miners'/;.t'-moiv  ./';\yere,i6siievv./inenibei;s;iiuU^  /;-jpe/Mahdel,tprpprietoi-:qf:/thd/ .-Ma/.  /7 .pleTLeaf;H6teli/relurned Fridays ifom  ���.7.7'ii/y}si.t/tr>/ii:iie/'!si /'/,7  7y :/:/l*Vev;;��� He^tbr//MgKay^who/ accept-  y7: aj)j)7fiiied: tlie J'resbyterian /q'ml pit last  ��-7/Sunday, iWill, tf6/therS'inie;:t.onioiTO>v.;. :.  "^ / ��� :Trasfeliinto Fhdenix is'heavier   now  Phoenix has joined the sisterhood  of municipalities of British Columbia;  aiid '1'he Kconmist : welcohies her in  the family circle wishes ' her  a  ���continue  perity Winch she'/hris Jeiijciyed/ul), to  date���but more of it.-^Nelson "Economist.   7 ���'���;-7'./ *���'. ���      : /"  K��i';^m--,  <������������:tlian/"lbr;a'/long/;iiine7jiast: iNeiirly  ;//'c: vef-y:: I iotel reports/ a / l)e,tter'::1)usiiles!ii.,  ���--v: /;/j7A/::AI6rrihf return bd:.-A\Vqdnesda\v  V/froin,a/vi^  / /where; he says thejiHisic/iyas of ���a;high/  .���7/<jrJeSJ'::7yi;'v':;;7^.i^  7|/'/^/lMie':hbmg:'":pf''M^r;:';aiid/A^  ��� /Cox^bri ��� Second /stf.eetv was/brightertfed  ?;/diy;;/the/arn\*alfpt/fi7sw^  ���'-/lipth/are/idpiiig/wen/^^  ;';--Wft;.'AIex^--Mnie^  :v/(''bants/J{*iiik;76X7Haliia  *7i.foi;-ks^^^^  :f /rt;yie.iy> Wi;, niakiiig//!��me7in vestments;-.  .//7?Abe7Hal]/liis/l^eo7^  ��� 7'<lining/rop!h\/f Sf^th^#/Php^  //'Jjpiii/Hjirry'yN  7'afioiis/and|^i^my^e  ;/^rij3e/;to;jdft/lowei/|fl  |��i||Rpadmaste/r/^  /|^/^i^i||ujv|the/.liiw  :/7j us ��yiv I i i ti e;||fi;ic t i p i|///t| l'a't^<^:p ppeVd /7ti j)!  7;imp1ig^lie0:m^  ^U^yyla/t-^Hai"^^^//! urietioifcliSg/J/:^^!  Is'ii'j-yv/lyj-ii^  K.^m^\|ip\iic;s|d^'J|tbn  ;yii nt�� j ligenc^r/t^if/d^  '//;fln/p;d/i^ident::'pi;-y^  ''l?atJwKelfor/tjir^  _ j||)T;iiaiij^iving/^ay^   ^f/ipjisefyed:  gi|FliiirsciaJ/iii;^M)iufein  |^p^tie/banl|J7pWst:pffi^^  /|t|vjority|^p^/"theV/^  f :|;amphg/tdieir; c'ust<i^erJ;i:////:;v://.7///;///  l:S5^SK;;i^6>nedl,7fpffe  7|th^/Greepw^d/:MmerJS  | S^ipiii ieS /fsecfreta iy/J/ot//tlie//bufeaii:i';pf  ;*v*s't^tisti,c.^ylb^:';th  ;//ie^u;*wil|/co!l*2ct:;:iiif<^m  Z|:tp7mjning;7^  7i'!.na>sli\!?on//mUnieq^  7education^?',-f)naheeB7bu  #a ri ce/aii cF 61 lier: jh at t ef s7 /���/ 7 -.������ /  ��//^���//'Oirjanlzlcg^TW^  4//;/Seyeral:;;/��ieetings^(^  ^l'ayeVbfeen,^  :77>rganizi ng;a ;B) iie/I/pdge//i n/ Phosnix;���'  ;/:fi'h/i^KSr^abpuF;2^^  /fitpiyh npw,: with/a! iiiimlier/who/desire  //|Gqpiri/t.he|prder. 77At7}!uesd;^:iiiglit's  gineeting the'foildvy.ing/xbminittee^/was  .//apppinterj/to/ /have'blwrge/pf securing:  //liaraplijejSvalia ;and:aiiVi^mahent.j)lacepf  7n)eetjhg:;//Messrs/McO  ;7l)ey,;;H.emenw;ay,Z;Be!^  /���;and;jHeii(c!erson. > A/ dispeiisafiori forpr-  /; ganizatioiv is expected;irom the / liearJ  /quarters/pi;/the: grand. Jod^e ;in   this  /"prbymcer^yic^ria?/1 ;''.'���;/'.',  /'/J ust/tipw- bnce //iribre,;: polities are  absorljing som��:iliihg-6f the publici.at-  teiitlon, and/this time it is ot'-.trie-V'Db-,  minion:.yarjety:-7''71.;lie.'three, candidates  in this..constituency'are,-.of course,seek-.  ingyptes7 a Fere is the way,ai-i exehaiige  re:ers7f*tl^:politician/ in/metre/ /It  iiiight^in/lact^/;be/ca.lle^  bian's/Psalmi-v:!?///;:;/'^  ./7'iI'he;;p0|iticiiiri/is"jmy shepherd:7:1  shall hot want any-good/ thing during  $ie'.,campnign.:v7  iialpoi^tpi/iiiy^ypfe'sisakejhe fillethiiiy  pockets withgood;cigars; iny glass /(if  jieer/ruinjeth ;over7/:^^  titiket-f6r.me :iii,:the; presence/:pf/my  \jetter, judgment //Yes^though P/walk  through :thc/iiniU/an(l5raih to/vote 'fpr  jiifiivajid'^  is/elected;;straightway.he: fdrgettbth me;  IpjswhenZl/nieetZhim  he/lcnowet|i/rnfe/iibt.7 Suiely^the/wdbi;  liatlv ;beeh7 j ml lecl/ oyer/ mi ne/'eyes/fal 1"  die/;days/prniy:71 ife;/;and/1/;wiIF ^kick  .mysel.f/fbr/t yerr" 17|;7/Z 77y7;:=77:777i}  y7]d\n:^orc)wSoiVhoeh\Xy the-well-!:  knbwh^secre/tary'ipf/l'hbehix/^  '���U.nfpn.'ZN-^  biiganize^/pTJthe/Ayestefi-i;"  .\vas/ballbd/;tb/Graiid Forks brie/day/lart;  Jyyeb^/^rid;��happveiieri7. tp;';/ ineet'/ ,;the/  yafeatile^if/nbtsfbiiable; ibri'esppndent  /wlib7make^Jvis//headt|uarte;i;S'; at/die  smelter town;: a nd :;:liei'e/;iis75yhat/!;sai(l  c;o'irrje.s^if6'ndenti//iia'd.;,'tb  ������������TiyJ.^ll��tHip-'dati/,di%ict:prgaiiize  tHe/U'esterii/Eederatibnof;Mihers aiid,  UibU'esteiii; Lal)pr- Union, is -making  a.tQur':pfithe Bpundai-y/ district' /He  ���\yiil;brgaiiize;branches of/the/.nr'hers'  ;unio;n;at Summit /City /arid   Banirbek  ^ity,:'as;weii;ris: establish a; branch ��� of  Westerly l;abor UnionatGrand Forks.  The latter/prganizatibii/\vill/include/in  its; membershipthesmelter,;, -.eiiijiloyes,  clerks^ cariientefsjcbrick layers/ete.7 In  Suniniitcampaloiie ::there Tire  nearly  3po-.mihers/'':://7v:/;;        ; 7*'D';'-'':7:7  H'lt'sTtlLofif/now.- _ehips7.lhat'- pass  Hi-Hie'-rrigiit Tare valuable only : as  souvenirs, and the agitation for the tree  and unlimited ���'���coinage; of .polc'er'-'check's'-  is ohly.O:, matter,, bf; aiicient his'ory.  The,;.dcalcis; * boosters, chiurwarmers,  jihiggers,;cappers, jirofe'ssioiial,rubbernecks, markers, linimers, crimpers,  short,card men, Montana sleeve artists  and other members of theosporiing;fra-'  ternity will have to-turn tTieir'backs on  the classic shades of ,the Silver City,  and with heavy hearts and tear-stained  eyesjiit the long array of'ties; to - the  ,labd of exile. -The great, moral y>-aye  has struck them���in Sandon.*��� Sandon  Faystreak/";;,- //,.-' ��� ;.-.  '         LATE STOCK QuOT,  kTJONS.  Seiffng7  V/i'iat Leading   Sliarts   Are  for   In  ;: .;;��� ���['���-.������:.'���      ���        Rossland.'  aski:i>  hid  .AUialinsca..:...;.:. , ���,...;;....  .;���' ���  li; C.Ooia l'ields....:.....;....;.;'....:'.  ��� ���-��� .-   4  UigTIircf...............,.;..:.............  .-.'���'       *%  itf  IlraiidlSn Sc'doldcu CroHii....;...  .'������'...-���.-.is:  :������.;.-'; 5;;.  Cnnttdlaubold HieUls..;..;...;......  ������ .:.'��;9Mf-''  -7,8tf  Cariboo (Cani], McKiiuiey);:..:..:.  .���.���'.���������-7857  :'.--.75.:  Center. S'iar'::.!.i...t...i..L......rr......  : $i'5S:7-  t' .50  Crows ���N.e'st-i'ass.'Cdat.-:.....:.';:.-'.;:.  .&yob/  bee'r.--TriiU;'.if6:;2;;'.;;;^'.'..-.-.'i.ii'....-...  .,':':;''3��.  "���������:������-��� I"  bundee;.....;���...'.....;;..���..i..;:..;..���.  ��� 'y'iJs:'-  Uy��;iii7iff Star7"7v;.;���........J;...;.;  ������ . ���-. -9K  ������':��������� 4;i  fiianL..-.-:.'..;;-.;::-.:ii;,..���v.l;-..:...',j'.'i..:..  ��� -.-': ... 3}a  ���;���' "3--:  Gfanl>yi..;....:.-.'....;..;.'.'.: ....*:*..........  .:. -    "    :-'"'.' .  '  Hbiiiestal-'t;-.....^..-;.;'.;..;;..;....;....;  '-"���':-'73��'  ;.���:"������ 'a.;  Iron ������CoUi.,.-ii;*.-'.::;;:iii���.;;;.';.:.!.'.%;...:  :   ���'ytii  -Iron Maski.-;;.>:.L:i'j.;.';'.'.;.;:....-..;;'������;;  '������ '" �� ���  "������'37 '  i.x-:f/.:.:C;;.':.-.;-::'..i-.-:-;..::;.-..-.-.:;���;.-..'.;-;  .. ������- .20  .. -.��7 .  Jtimlio ii'.'.^';-.;.':,^;;;.;-.-:..'.-.;...-;.'.....;  .yyisy  kiiig (brp Drtiprb)7;.i;.;.;:.....7.  .-���:-"\;6".-'.-,  '--������.4 .-,  kuol) .iiili:-..*.-..-:.-;;.;,-.;;-..-.'.'.;.;-:..-;.;.;;.  -.- ' ���' jo.: :���  ,',,;���! 40*;  r,ou'el��iiic....;.....;.-..^.'....:................  :-.*:������ ���-".���jo':--!  -���,-:���*.-, .7,. :-  Miuiiehalia.:*....;iV...v...:..i.:........V.:.  'Jtou'te;Cri.st61;.v;;iiv:^i.-;'.-:':;:-;.;;..;.  .:'-'':'--3!5^'  ���-���Vr-iV  Moiitrcat Ooidl-'ields..;!;...;;....:.  My3ii:  '.������'* '.?,   ���  Morrison .';..i.;.:.;v..;......,.:...i..:.V���l  .- -'.-3''  ���'���'.'2   '  -MountainI.ibn-ii.^.,. 7..'.77:..';..  .���������::���.: C>;"'-:  ���''''-7..-':'./'.:  Npbli::.I;ive;..;;;.;.;;.^..S&...;-..;:...  *'/;;.:: sX':  NbrUvStar................................  ��� ������-."-���. 97.--::  J^pveUy,.:':.7..:.'..;.;����..��../"....'.7\  .'���:'���-! 3 :'���:'���  --/-.n'iM  pkahogaii....:...'..;...'..���.;.:....;;;';.....,  ��� .-     :"'l 7  .-:���-' -.'.t  .put rirojiSdes .i:,i;:~:tyt;.y;.'y^:.;u  ���:-.;! ;.v'-.76"'.-.T  ���..-.-���40.  Pay)ie.:;ii.^..;^.>:2;i��7..;i.^7.;...  ���; :.'.'-95.. :���:  ��� -.::y,'iv  r-:bria?ltiiies..^..^.,i...ii^;;.;;.U;.:.  ���:���������;���; ��������;  Pri:iceiU);Maiid^.v7.;.;.i77;..V^.  "���"-���'.-- 3 ;���;..-  ������   -2'.'  Kiii'il)lef-Cariuoo7;v:.;:7;;.;.;^....  :--'?j8-;-'.  ������ ���:��������} ::  Re*pul)lic''.;;.;iiV.;;:\/:..;.;;:.^.^..V.v.:i-:  .::-:7"8-~'  '���"���"��� 73 '  St. iiimo Consolidated.7.......;...  .-���:������' 3 '-���'  2 '  Taiiinrnc(K<.*iinetIi)....���....������ ....  ��� 7    5'A  '������P'-Aii  Tom.'rilumli;.;......:'........'....,..-.;;..  -"���-���    71 ..  20   .  Van 'Andn.;.^..^..;.,....;;;;.;.:7.i.���  ���:-;' '%  ������: 'K  Virgiiiia-....:.;..'..-..,..:".l.....,.....-...;;..  y:y zii  2 .*  ^Tar l'lagle Consolidated....;:.'.:...;  . $140 *  Waterloo....:.'..:..-......-..;.;;.......:.-.-..  ..v -3��-;  y,i  Wliitcnear..:.....;......;:......;.......:.  ���      \3'A  ���3  Winnipeg.:......... ....;..;...  ���;;,-':; 4. .  :'y?X:  7,77 ',' ���* ��� : 'riiXDiiKS WANTED. '.' :'  ���/     Imported an(T;^p  Crosse and BlaclcvveH's; Assorted Pickles/Assorted Jams, Essence Ancliovies, Mushroom Catsitp/'/Potted "Anchovies  and Bloaters.   A...fresh lot McLaren's Imported Cheese, Gillards Relish Salad Dressing, MusJ^rtf_jnid_j^^  nnd n li'nnfTrpil find nrip nl-hpninpnr.alleled -tp^l"' d^1 '"T^ljL '^ " ^etr^rrr���'<^ll-,- ���'��� '~u il" : " ' '".D ���'���>.'���  hf , BUNDLES eaned.forand deli vex - jmMmm^m^^^^^^^  jl!     ed.    All work is done in first-class 'Hr^^jcsk  shape.       Bath Kooms in Connection.  PAUL FISCHER, Proprietor.  Cor. First street and Knoh llill avenue, ���    7    -.      Piioknjx, 15  c:  IS THE TIMETO GET ON THE LIST  if yon/are/iiiterested in the second shipping camp in British Columbia���Phoenix.  ��� The Phpensx Pip)ieer,':publishedever}r Saturday niorn-  iug at $2^00 per^ j'ear, is the only publication in the'province  thatwill/giveit^o/yoiu V All kinds of"dough!'accepted./ -  ;  COSPORATWF THECnrOF PHOENIX'  ���; .Scaled tenderswill be received tip to 6 p. ;.m.  (C. P. R. time) on Wednesday, the Mil" iiist:, by  A: r; Mclten-eie, (Drutjgis!), .Secretary, of the  Board of managers ofthe Presbyterian Congregation,- for the:erectioii;of a chnrch building in  ���Phoenix. ���::,'-. ���:.;.'' ,'.'������;���-;:-���  - Kach fender .must be accompanied by .the  names ct two responsible residentsof this "town,  who are prepared lo enter into bonds, for the due  Fulfilment cf thecontract in the sum of five. hundred dollars ($500) each. ���  Plans aiid specifications cau bescennt his drug  store, Dominion, avenue.   .   .',   !:���:/: :;'   .  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. :<���'..:���;'��������� ���;���. ���/;.;.:"-'   ���,.  D3ted al Phoenix this lS'.h day of October. i>)*w.  .������.-..-:���- ���;���- '���'���'"      ' ���   ���.��������� .        A. P. McKexzie.  ���.v'.'*"-'.' -'"'���������' ������"' '-".''���:' .'���-.'-; ������''���'-''��� ;���.-,-,.���'.-..   ,;;:Secretary.'-',  i;;>.;Nb\y|-: TNlr. ;Ribrdah   never ' "talks  thioui*h-his hat." even if alobenthusi-  ���'.������;    '   ��� D ���.������������:;���   ���; ,.:,,   ���    ���:���'....���   ��� ��� ��� , '���������������..'������       j  astic:/scrilil)ler;dpes/;/'He/ inibrms the  Fipheer; that ^he/did':' not say;/;that/Iie  'ever expected tb;orga!iize7a/bnion; ; at;  Bannock/Gity,,nor that- there are :30b;  miners;/wprking;, in..-,*j;Suiiirhit'./carhji,'  ivhere about 100 "men: are: at the B.; C7  liiinei: 7But;theh a7]ittle ^'matter; hi  stickin��;tb-'facts; 'probably:i:'d6��/inor^/5f^^^^^^^^''^"^r-^P61^  ���:"--'��� ������'j.'.'.. ,    ';. ,!^    v      ���������������   -i L Satserv, Philadelphia;'Pa.   licentiate of British  trouble the :(-*randl*prks pencil F-Jsner, f ^,u-a^: y: ; 7   7      : ��� ';:  ,..'������"  as:he/has/elucidated   hiany;/times  in!: :   /t ���'"       ���;:'-./'/;;''7-'-'.:?.. '-,:-'*''7-;-  thb;p/lsf./7;::,;;-;;:*: ������;;7.',^/7'7:;-:./;;/: /  ��� 7DR. MATHISON;  I>:e:iilIi^,  ��� GRAYES-Wir.I.IAMS BLOCK,;-  f;;-.;- ;"r7:.-'     -.���;:'.:'    l'lroKNTX,B. c.  i  ; Comical A!ha Hej-vyood'  SivvSJifr  ���l*Sl*:  ;;.'l; ;:���*���;'���;���;��-;;.;;  '���iff&rxrtf-.  iyy:.yy:>, ������:?:  ��������������-   -��� 1  - v. ���'  li  ; -   'A full house'-igreeted...Alba/Heywc-bd  ;���' and his company ;at   Miners7 Union  Halll'hursday evening-,-and that.every1  ���:���'. one of the audience/\vas   more  than  bleased/ goes   without   saying.     -Air.  " Heywood himself -was indeed /humpr-  .jousi'arid kept tHpse/presentcbiivulsed^  ;/Miv (lustave''Uhhich 611 the Jcello was  ���������' exceedingl/fine, ^and ; Miss/Gertrude  //jiunroe, in her violin solos, captivated  '//all;hearers: '; ��� 1'he sjibyv: was'one. of the  ;:";bje?t^ that has yet aj)peared;in Fhoenix/  ;andi:fully:cauie up to .die liiigh/ fen'cpni-'  //ums: that *|>receded: it?7:. 77y ::'-7: ���-'''��� P'y^  7; ^This-morning-MK. 'Heywcod' wrote  //the; following-* lilies;: refe it ing /to .the  ; -high/; "��� arid7-: salubrious;'- location;', b(  7 phoenix:;:'..;;./; 7,:;-7/;"/������-.-  ':     I've traveled .li'earj.Jfve traveled far,..-'��� *".' -.;.  :i,i'w crossed ihe ragingiiiaiu. :'��� '���.'���! ..  ;v   'y-  -.LVii'yelrayetedou a^Pulhnan car,'/-.���.������"..������.���."-��� ������'.:  ';.','.: And on a niised, freight train; ,:   ;:" ;���   "-  ;/:: l^yetraveled toyer1 northcru snows,   ;..  ; Behind aXlbndikcpup.'.,  ; '.Ti^get to Phoenix was the the first  ,. \;,-i:tTaVeled right straight tip.   :f.-    :.;     ; i ,/;:  /.���Tiiere's.only'oue-way lefc fjr uie, ;-:'  ''if/To travel no\v;"by }ol'.~ ���  ;:j7^*;or:as.Innian-"ttctor-m . ���  {;;'-^nd;tTayei-wHlia;'tlipw;;'-::;: '������'���'���"���������;;:::..''���:���  jj/j/ispqse ni.iBlidv wlienl arrive',' '  :i^^:'j?iaj;in'iny-lusLton,ii, '���'' . /.'���".'." 7   ,  l$<ij$iiitiI Uttv�� been.a :\ravelihg���  .:*/yii^0^ip,.bMtrig!a;9.ruiglildoivn.   /    r.    .,  *-;i:'7*^urtii.;ve',oue;coii!��olatibii', " ;'-. ���/.- -.'-.'.  lft'i^fe'^'.R'^'^,*i,1'?.:iJ* b'.jniing.bri^ht; '���.',.,  :^^ny7*U)cre'ti:b>>,'liot't*uie.i-i tho o'.i toyir  /c-7|jidiflt-nSut.*v.'7/:.,:,';/������ -.;���/ -;  7 last Monday; thetime/ table Qrij the]  G.'- F.; R-. was changed j and, tiains now j Residence xo. >o.  run through to Mjdway../ Residentsof | .  Fhoenix aie iiot'so niiich interested in  Over Bank of Commerce. Greenivood.  ... Columbi*i Phone Xo.'j6  ,    Telephone  this as lii the fact.: that   the   change ments.     .  Vernon & Kelson, Xo. 80.  Greenwood  and   make  appoint-  Public noticeis hereby given to the electors cl  the iniiuiciiiality of I'luTc'iix, Unit I require the  presence of,the -saiti electors at: Miners'' Union-  Hall; Phoenix, 11. C, on the 26U1 day of October,  A: D. 1900, at 12 o'clock noon,^ for. the pnrixjse  of electing persons 10 -represent thenriu the  Municipal Council as Mhyor;nnd Aldermen.  . The mode c.f:::nomiuiitiou cf candidates shall  be.as fallows: .,'���.;���.'';..''   -.:,'���'���:''--':''������-'-'7 :.'  ,'  The candidates shall be .nominated in writing*  the writing shall be subscribed-by. two voters, of  the inuuictpality as'proposer and- seconder, aiid  slmll.be delivered to the:Returning Olficer at any  tiinebetiveen'thadateof the notice and 2.p. m,  of tha diteof the nomiuaiioii, aud iii the event  bl.'a poll being  necessary;  such   poll   will   be  <)p**ned:on tlie:2tiil day-of"3s'oveinI)er,':A. I>... 1900-  nt.'io'n: m.-i at Miners' TJiiion Hall, l'hcenix.' H.C.;  of which es-ery:person is hcrebyrequircd-to-take  notice hud,govern himself accordingly.'-;   ;   ���'���'���>'���-'  The persons qualified to be UQmiiialed for and  elected Mayor of :sach Municipality; at-, the said  election,  shall   bi\ ciich   personsjas (ire  male  British sujects ofth'efAiU age of Uveiity-dii'e years  uiid are not disqualified under any law;.anil :  ,  (a.) Are at thedfi'teofrnoniiiiatibii;. theasses-  ������;:: sedJowners :bf laud-dr^iVal:property in  ..the'City, of the .value,* of one .thousand  ... dollars, ovei;, and above' nuy Registered iu-  :������, ciiinbraiice.vhiid are Totherwise qualified  :'i     v.:; to vote at such election;.bri ������'::,'..-, '���<,-'������: *:';.':  (b.) Who arc: at:.tlie datc.pf uoininatioii, the  -���; sole teiuiht3 iii.posHession- of laud or real-  ���:.,.'" prbptrtyiii the City;bf thayaliie cf two  ,    .7'. thousand dollars'under' lease in -writing  ,      Or not less than one'year, and are other;  ...wise qualified to vote at,such electioi-; or  ... : . (c.) Who are.atthe'dat-i-iof''nomination  the  :   niembers of a partiieryliip.fin'n, or shareholders of aioinl stookcompany, Which  .   .      is at the s.iid date: of nomination .the: as-  ':'sessed owner of land brjreal property in  :���;'   the City' of, tlii valite,,:6f one thousand  dollars oyer and above.aiiy registered incumbrances,- and. whose.: individual   interests in said partnership  or; company  -.-���'��� "land is of not less vnliie.than one. thbu-  saud dollars; and are'otherwise qualified  : , -     ' to, vote at such election.-:-,.;.,.  ,The persons qualified to be nominated for and  elected as Aldernii*nofsuch Municipality at the  said election,'shall be such persons as-are niale  British subjects of; the fall age of twenty-one  years, and are not disqualified, under aiiy!law,  and. '-' '.:���;::.'���.-;������'''-.���-'-:';''' -'~,::-::y  "'���:'���-'(a.) Are at the date of nomiiiation the  as-'  - ���'���.'.'.. Messed owners of land or real property in  the City of the yatue of five hundred dol-  lars over and above any registered incuni-  ...:;' brances, and'are'otherwise .'qualified to  ..':   to vote at such election: or,,  (b.) Who are at the date of notniiintion  the  solelennnts in possession of ja'ml orreat  y property* in the City of the value of one  1 thbu.iand dollars under lease . in writing  .   ���   '-: Tor.not les^i'thaii one year',' and-ure other-  ':;     '.;; v.'ise-qiialified:t6.vote.at: such election; or  . 7   (c.j .Who are at the-date of :uoiuiuation. the  :  ;     > inemliers oTa partnership, firm, or share-  '-' holders ofa joint stock company, which  is at the said date cf nomination the; as-  - sessed owner of laud or 1 real property in  : t he City of the value of five hundred dbt-  :   l.irs over" aiid above uuy registered iu-  ,    . -v^. cuiubrances, and whose individual inter-  '.���y-'y -est iii said partnership or -'company, land;  ���'*: ���?>':��� is ofnbt less Value tliaii five hundred dollars, aud are otherwise qualified to vote  '..at such election.:  The persons qualified to  vote   for  Mayor and  Aldermen at the said elecSion, shall  be  alt persons who arc'male British subjects of the lull age  of. twenty-one: years, and   have   resided . in   the  limits of ihe City for the three months' next preceding thedateof such election', nnd who shall  before the dav of such election, have applied to  the Returning Officer aiid have had their names  placed on the li.it cf electors for such election.  (liven under my hand at Ihe City- of Phoenix,  British Columbia,: the 17th. day-'cf October,  A. IX- 1900;   ' .- .-.  . ;������;. U. B.   KKKK,  .''���. . Jtetuniiug Officer,'  GEO. E;  DEY*  I  1  %  and:JEWELER..V^  Special attention given to fine repair  work.   Give me a call.  Q-raves-Willianis Building,  ; First St.,: Plioenix^ B/G: 7  andi^  '.,: of all ;kirids/;Wili guaraiv  ;.;,; tee/'saHsfaGtipii/to  every  '//.,/ j /custouaer;;/./Gopdt/t.ei.. m  ;; 7���lianiess;complete frpin/$4(i  /iip^j Single liarHigss, ll^Mp  Horse/blankets",/Sweatpads7:'  collars, .whips, etc., at;lpw-/  est prices. ;���'���������;.-Al 1 mail orders  promptly attended to,.;..//������-'  / / r il G. SMITH, firand Forks:  Hats, Dry Goods, Boots]  ".''..-'.',    .- ,.   ' a "i ���.' * - :    - , -/.."' ','-       ,���--''-"  and Shoes.  Come and look over onr /elegant selectioii,! just; arrived, of  7   Imported and.? Domestic /Fancy ��� ;^ll-Wool;  Flannel  Shirts and white   Dress  Shirfe;/before  buyiug'-.-.-eise-  ' /"where. / Also the par excellent 'Stetspu  Hats-^���large  stock. 7'7..'-- ��� :"'���:./- 7:.-7.;'���'.' ���'..:  We have a fine line of Carpets, to close /out at; low prices.  Shoes for Men and/Boys, Ladies, Girls ancltChildren at Bed  Rock Prices, and don't you forget it.  7;;;7  '/;CHAS.;SEAR^g^7.7'.  .���..���7,:        ���������������  . -;:7-7,.'       .-. .M,\N'A'nER."  '*���*��������<��������*���������������������������������������<�����  f .,-��� >��j* ���'*,>���.,?���>? :*-'Ot'<' '���^^���-'���'.'������^������^���''tT*..'*.* t  ������������*-�������� ���������^���������������������������**-***y ��������������������������  :���"  i^HENyc  :   '"-/Suit or  011 have   a J  Overcoatj  j niade to order, you want;  I 'the/ best goods , and /.tlie;!  /=: best /fit /that inoney can {  Kl/biijr.^ 7,You-..-:always/getj  "'.[-���that and nothing: else of |  B. CI  .Stage leaves   Phoenix  //7>'ood7..-/. .7...'. ...  Leaves Greenwood. . -.'���.  for Green-  7...S a. 111.  ... 10 a.   111.  Leaves J'rioeiiix...  Leaves Greenwood.  1 p.  4 p.  ni.  111.  Best turnouts in the Bonndary.'  Horses Avell suited for  COLLINS & GRAY, Proprietors.  long drives  Codes: Bedford McNeill's; Clough(s        [P. O. Box 35.  o o 0 o  ��� ���������������������^������������^���������������������������������������t ������������������������*������������������**���* ���*���������������  H.E?MiTCHELL!  ��  Plerchdnt Tailor. '.7    I  *������������*��� ������ ����^����*. ���*�����.**����** �����+������*-�������������*���*������*. ���  10  UR NEW GOODS:  Wei  are   beauties  |;can   SUIT you to your:  'satisfaction in the choic-J  : est. fabrics made.    Come:  ���-'��������� *  : in and talk it over, and:  I examine our stock. :  P. C. MeARTHUR3  Lethbridge Gait  COAL  $��&%��&  Dominion Avenue.  PHOENIX, British Columbia.  ��� ������������+*.���**������.+*  ���Qdod^Mail.  Has just/ Received /Extensive - additions  to liis Stocky consisting of.���'..'. ���: :  ; ��� /  -"V  ose  for latelade Suits aii some PlaM Skirt Lengtlis  000  m  STO0KSfMINES,r  RE|lL ESTATE  INSuiANCE.  Houses to Let.    Lots for sale or. Lease in Old Ironsides sul>division.  OFFICE-Graves-Wiijjams Block.  ;t-     / ' /    : .  .     "./: .. -���'���'���SfPhoeiiix^'B. C.  o o o o       -;*/3'7; '.  lS^^R C. McArthur and Geo. E. Breakenridge, S'lllin  Agents Original Phoenix Townsite.      :.'/7  teo����ea����e������������o����iie0a����0C��ii9ae��e��o'a������e����*��ee*����***  It's a plain business proposition, that of buying a  cClungl& Co,   DEALERS IN..;..;.  HAY, GRAIN, FEBiD, Etc.  . All of our goods are now arriving by rail to Phoenix and we are, therefore, prepared to quote right  prices. No need to go to Greenwood or elsewhere.  Let us give you figures.    Wheat just received.  Standard  Avenue.  ���Gomiileteliiie/ot^'Children's Gpotis,  Gonsistihgof :.7-;;  ItS 1NFANTEES, BOOTEES, WM, ETC. IJZZVX SSr  '* j better materials, extra wear, Su-  I perior character and appearance.  j We can show you a Full line.  ���O<)-0-<H> ) Half of them are the new styles  ; which have just been received.  ! The other half is composed of  those " Stetson " boss rav/  edge"Jsoft hats which'^have  made the makers famous. They  are always in style.  Nsw Mtilincry Stock Expected about October 15  ���o<)-d-'0-o*   ���  Dominion Ave.; near Postoffice, PHOENIX,  B.C.  ..�� �� ��'����0 Chas. A. McCtung & Co.  First Clns.i in Kvery KrtP-*'  American nnd Kuropcn  n rioo3  Mltlitcd with Mlectricily  Ilentcil will* Hot Air  qtel  Table Board, $7 per Week. /   ;  E. WEEKS, Puor.       . rnOEKJ.V, U. C'  ' r*V*i���.*-*i   ���.*.-!.��������- Ti(r<*'   -  ->      /.  ���   i.7    .    ..   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