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The Phoenix Pioneer Oct 13, 1900

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 ;��^S��^||��^^^  ^t^^  1 !:(������ I'avroll ol   ������   ' "  PHOENIX  Is larger thun that of  any other Poundnry  (amp.  Devoted to the Interests ol the Boundary Mining District.  'HOKNIX, PRITISH COLUMP,IA;SATURDAY, OCI'OJ.Kk 13, 1900.  No.  40,  ���0 TONS PER DAY  $))j\The Output of Phoenix Each  24 Hours.  WEDDING OF (iliO S. McKENZIE.  U 3  T1  [HE  m,!iw.'��  ffil-'i'f  You can Buy Everything in the Line of  F  Dry Goods,  ancy and  Staple Hardware,  Paints,  Mining Supplies, Etc*  JlSfl  ^   W  &  *��$*  ty  f  Our Prices Unequalled.  Our Goods Strictly First-Class  And Up-to-Date <�� <��  mm  Connected by both 'Phones to all parts of City and Country.  ry  Ol<5 Ircmsides Ave., Phoenix,, B. C.  iiif  DELAY IN GETTING INCREASE STARTED  Creis iu Come From Old Ironsides, Knob Hill  and Victoria���Second Smelter Furnace io  Blow In.  beginning today the* second furnace  of the Granby smeitcr, at Grand Forks,  is expected to lie blown in���when it  will take 600 tons 01'ore each 24 hours  to keep it going.  At the office of the Miner-Graves  syndicate, if was learned yesterday that  the 600-ton daily shipments of ore  would commence when the second  furnace of the syndicate's smelter was  blown in..  Consequently, beginning today or  tomorrow, the residents of I'hoenix  will have the pleasure of seeing 20 cars  or" gold-copper ore going out each day  to the reduction works. Thus iar, all  told, nearly 20,000 tons of ore, have  been sent from I'hoenix to the Grand  Forks reduction works.  AllBA HEYWOOD NEXT WEEK.  WII! Appear at Miners' Union  Mall on Thursday Evening.-  Arrangements have'been made for  the appearance here of All-alley wood,  the prince of comedians, and his excellent company. .Mr. Hey wood has,  during the past ten years, appeared in  all the principal towns and cities in  the United States, and established a  reputation of which he i.s justly proud.  He has returned many times to the  same places, always meeting with unqualified success. From the opening  to the close of his season he i.s greeted  everywhere with large and delighted  audiences. The reasons for his great  success artistically and financially are  obvious. His comedy i.s always  bright and delightfully refreshing, and  while he convulses his audiences with  laughter, there is never the faintest  suggestion of coarseness or vulgarity.  His success in securing the very best  artists to support him, his desire to  equal or exceed the promises made in  his advertising, and steadfast determination to "always keen the confidence of the people.'' These principles  carefully followed out have made his  name a household word and a positive guarantee of a first-class performance.  Mr. Heywood and his company  will appear at Miners' Union Hall,  next Thursday evening, October iSth.  Was Married Thursday  Ki.'Jlliss Nellie Auld,  at Greenwood  A quiet wedding was solemnised at  the home of Mr. and Mrs. !>. F.  Petch at Greenwood, Thursday  morning, 1 itii in.st., when Miss Nettie  Auld of Watford, Ont., was united in  marriage to Geo. S.. McKenzie, of  i'hoenix. The1 ceremony was performed by Rev. 1). McG. Gaudier, of  Rossiand, in the presence ol" the immediate friends of the contracting  parties..  The bride was assisted by Miss  Alice McKenzie, of Greenwood, and  was given away by J. A. McKenzie,  brother of the groom, A. P. McKenzie, another brother, acting in the  capacity of groomsman.  The ceremony concluded, all sat  down to "a sumptuous- repast, after  which the newly married couple drove  to their netv home in I'hoenix,   where! the new'school building  the groom had prepared , a cozy home J in I'hoenix  this fa  IS NOW E.N ROUTE TO KAMLOOPS.  i Fred  Ford  Got  Six Months For Stealing a I  j Suit of Clothes. j  ���' ���       ,, (     Last week, Thtirsdav, a man named!  For the New Phoenix Sciioolj J^^'^fS^ rt^S"!Surveys"  Building'.  INSPECTOR WM.   BURNS WAS HERE  He Thinks ihe Department of Education Will  Not Approve the Location Decided on���  Advertising for Tenders.  Are    Now-  Made.  Being  j After an exceedingly short shift, how-!  j ever, he suddenly, grew too strong for  I this sort of work, and concluded to  j try something else. This was a mis-  i lake, as he has already learned. lie-  i fore night he had   appropriated  a suit j  o) clothes  from    the  cabin   of  Paul' :  Jim.dicr,   and   made  himself   scarce ! Construction wm B   ��� sil5rtIy...Road wm  He was apprehended the next day and j  brought   back   to   Phoenix, where   he  was given a speedy trial before Justices'  Williams and  Matheson.'     The  evid  UNDER DIRECTION OF D. M. WATERS  Enter  Phoenix on  Fiflb Sireet, at tlie  C. P. R. Siailon.  ence oemg conclusive,   he was   given  A week ago last Monday, as per an-1 six months at hard labor at Kamloops  or. .Brooklyn avenue.  The Pioneer joins with the many  friends of bride and groom ' in wishing  them many years of happiness. Mr.  McKenzie i.s well known as being in  charge of the grocery department of  the Wynkoop-Stephens Trading Company.  Colville Reservation Rush.  Great interest is being taken in the  opening of the Coiviile Indian reservation), which the, U. S. government  ���has just opened to settlement. , .'The  country i.s said to be of extreme fertility, and a rush similar to that which  took 'place when Oklahoma was  thrown open to settlement, is being  looked for. 'i'he reservation is in the  northern part of Washington State,  and close to the Canadian boundary.  The principal places are Molson, Che-  saw and holster, which are within a  few miles ot the boundary line, and  they are most easily reached by  the Canadian Pacific Railway's  new Poundary Creek. extension to  Midway, the distance from that point  being only 19 miles .to Holster, 20'^  to Chesaw and 23J.4 to Molson by a  good wagon road. In the past, difficulty has been experienced in getting  shipments of freight to those parts  owing to lack of customs facilities, but  this will now be completely overcome,  as the United States .government has  just assigned a custom's officer to  Midway to facilitate'the transfer of  American freight to those points.  nouncemeut, a public meeting was held  at the old log school house, for the  purpose of deciding on a location for  to be erected  Two sites had  been offered free; one was two lots on  Brooklyn avenue, by George W. R11111-  berger, and the other was five lots in  block 26, of the Old Irousidesaddition,  at the corner of" Second street and  Grey Eagle avenue, offered by the  Granby Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co. A ballot showing that those  present preferred the Jirooklyn avenue  site.  Since the matter was thus apparently  settled, it has been pretty thoroughly  canvassed, and it does not seem to be  entirely satisfactory to some even in  the lower end of town. It is said that  the cost of excavation will be more than  the department i.s likely to stand.  Thus the matter stood this week,  when Wm. Burns, inspector of schools,  arrived in town 0:1 one of his periodical  visits. The site selected was shown to  him, and looking it over carefully he  said that he did not think the department of education would approve of  the choice.  In the meantime, as will be noticed  by the advertisement in another column, Secretary Matheson is calling for  tenders for the construction ofthe new  building.  WILL SPEND SSO-0,000.  whither he   was   taken   yesterday   by  constable Dariaugh.     In  time, while waiting to  be  escorted to  Kamloops, Ford was  induced   to saw  wood for the   use  of the  constable's  office.  HAS $16,003,009 IN DIVIDENDS.  Said  to  be in  Sight  in  the Great   Le  Rol  M!ne.  To Build ConecJinj Link.  The upper ' and lower parts ��� of  I'hoenix, which have heretofore been  connected only by the roundabout  wagon-road, will shortly be joined by  a more direct piece of roadway. The  matter has been talked up and will  probably shortly take delinite form.  Several teams, the labor of a number  men and some cash has been already  donated for the purpose. ,. It is be  lieved enough, more can readily be  raised for thepurpo.se.    The new road  That Amount to be put Into the Cascade Water  Power.  It is understood that the London  and P. C. Goldfields, Ltd., which  holds the controlling interest in the  Cascade water power, hi ay defer until  next spring or early summer completing its arrangements for supplying  electric power to mines and other industries in the Boundary country.  The probabilities are that tew "will be  ready this side of the middle of next  year to use the power, so that there is  i no advantage to be gained by installing  j the big and costly plant before next  spring. Much ofthe preliminary work,  including putting   in   a   dam   across  and Encourage Union Labor.  The Glasgow  Exhibiton.  The News-Advertiser  remarks:    It  having been decided that  the mineral  exhibit from Biitish Columbia, now at vvwt Fo,,ow   ,he Dewdne>' Trail-  the Paris Exposition, shall be sent to Mr. M.W.Kent, general manager  the exhibition to be held next year at! of the Kootenay Lake and Vernon &  Glasgow, il will be a matter of inipor-! Nelson Telephone Companies has been  tance that a thoroughly competent | over the route of the proposed district  person should be sent 10 take charge of'  A   correspondent    of the   London  Financial Times writing on August 24  trom Rossland, respecting some of the  mines in the vicinity of that town, thus  referred to the Le   Roi:    "1  have  no  hesitation   in   telling  you,"  remarked  ex-Governor Mackintosh, in the course  of an interview, "that the   Le   Roi  is  the greatest gold mine in   the   world.  Mind, I do not say the greatest  gold  mine in America, but the greatest gold  mine in the world."    And   the  genial  Governor strongly emphasised the last  part of  his , statement.    "There are,"  lie continued, "2,000,000 tons  of ore  in sight in the Le Roi, and the ore will  average $16 a ton.    Allow  $S   a  ton  for cost of production,   and   you   still  have $16,000,000 in dividends in sight  in the Le Roi.    And, mind, all this is  above the 900 foot level.    There is no  telling what this  great  mine   will do  when depth i.s attained.''    The Le Roi  can now  ship  1,000 tons a day,   and  can earn in dividends 50 per cent, on  its capital ot" ,-��1,000,000.    The ore  will average 2 per cent, copper, and 2  per cent copper should pay lor cost of  production with copper at 16 1-2 cents  a pound.    The  gold   is  clear   profit.  The'capacity ofthe Le Roi   reduction  works  has been doubled so as to treat  the entire Le Roi 'output, and aiso the  output of Le Roi No. 2.    Bat the  reduction works must be increased still  further to take the output of the Kootenay and  the  Great   Western groups.  On the 700 foot level of the Le Roi is  a shoot of ore   104   feet   thick.    This  shoot of ore was discovered long after  the London people bought it, and it is  the discovery ol this immense ore shoot  that    made  Kxgovernor   Mackintosh  emphatically proclaim the projierty   as  ��� After many delays work on the Saying out of the new wagon road from  the mean-! Phoenix to Summit camp, is'at last in  progress, and the actual work of construction will begin as soon as the survey is completed.  F.arly this week Engineer'.-��'. A.  Stoess, of Columbia, who has. charge  of the government road work in this  section was in town, accompanied bv  I). M. Waters, P. L. S, of Grand  Forks, for the purpose of selecting the  best route for the new wagon road.  Mr. Waters was left in charge, and  is now running the necessary lines for  the new road, which it is expected  will be.about five miles in length.  Mr. Waters states that", although the  rules of the department of public  works will allow a wagon road to. be  constructed on a grade as sleep as  eight per cent, he expects to do much  better than that on this road, where  the maximum will be not more than  five per cent. As there will doubtless  be heavy loads hauled over the..road  from the establishments of our wholesalers, this will he a distinct advantage  to ail who have occasion to use it.  The road will leave Pluenix at the  C. P. R. station, and go out of the  Old Ironsides addition north oyer  Fifth street, and thence on out  through the No. 13 claim. It wiii  not follow the route of the- old trail,  but will touch it in one or two places,  coming out at or near the Oro Denoro  mine. It is expected that active construction will begin early next week,  under   W.   |.   Sanders,   and   will   be  will be not only a great  improvement j has     ,Jt,j,n    done>   al)(J    now  but a great convenience.    ^ j procecding further it is desirable in the  interests of the company that exhaustive  Kettle river, cutting through rock a i the greatest gold mine in the world,  water way from the dam to the power | The Le Roi company owns.3,000 feet  louse and other extensive  operations, I on the Le Roi lode, and the ore shoots  before   already developed   enable it  to  earn  year in  dividends.  ?5vri8'-$;  ty'mM  We are sole agents for these shoes in  Phoenix. They are manufactured by Union  Labor, and we can with confidence recommend them to  OVERSHOES, ETC.,  it���some one who is   fully   conversant  with the mining districts of the  province and with the  the industry.  It is to be  hoped  that the  government will realize the importance of this  and not allow the appointment' to  be  made on political  grounds.    A   commercial linn would take the opinion of  the leading mine-owners of a  district  j like that of Rossland   in  regard   to   a  j suitable person for   the   position,   aud  I the government should do the same.  Trail to While's Camp.  Last week a route for the   new trail  to connect Phoenix with While's camp  was selected, and the work   of blazing  and   constructing    has  been   started.  The part to be built will be about five  or six miles in length, and   will   touch  the loe. Tavlor   road   below Hartford  . Junction, about a mile from   Mr. Tay-  | lor's   residence.      The  trail   is   being  j built   in   good   shape,  and   will   be a  j great    convenience   to  those   having  j business w-.'h White's camp. j  enquiries   be made, so that a maximum  of   efficiency   may   be   secured at   a  minimum of cost.     It is stated that the  total  outlay   will be nearly $500,000,  ,    , ,. .,     *     1  .     /-���*.       so   the company naturally is exercising  teephone hue  rom Rossland  to   Cas-!   . '     -   . . .- ,       *���  ' ,,.        ....        ..... .   i the greatest care in making so   heavy  cade Citv.     I he original idea  was  to;  mild the line along the old   Dewdnev  present   position  of; tiail but Mr. Kent has decided that the  ' company will cut a new right  of  way.  The matter oi" deciding whether   the  line will be built this fall or next spring  is still open but is having consideration.  Camp McKinney's Big Aline.'  It i.s learned from Camp McKinney  that the Cariboo-McKimiey Co.'s  Cariboo mine is'now giving employment to about 60 men. Work at the  mine is proceeding along the usual  lines, so that there is nothing out of  the common to chronicle respecting it.  Outside of the Cariboo there i.s very  little mining being done in the cam]),  but it is hoped that an improvement  will ere long be experienced in this  direction.  was  an expenditure. The managing director, Mr. J. Roderick Robertson, returned to Nelson la^t Monday but will  probably again visit the Boundary next  week.  The Nelson Tribune publishes tlic j  following: George McAulay manager j  of the Cariboo mine at Camp Me Kin-!  ney, in Yale district, has raised the!  wages of the men employed at hisj  mine from $2.50 and $3 to $.5 and  53.50 a day. All carmen .and shovellers 1; 11 dergdround and all surface men  are now paid $3 a day and all hammers-  men $3.50.       '      ���  lully ,��,500,000  The smelter must, of course, be able to  take the output in order to do this.  Hotel Brooklyn Opened.  Wednesday night the   Motel Brooklyn,  tormer  opened by  proprietor.  on hand to liven things up, and a  large crowd was present at the successful event. Mr. McGuire is evidently at home in this business, and  has a host of friends.  At the Golden Crown.  pushed to an early completion.  The force of men who. have been at  work under Mr. Sanders, repairing  the wagon road to Wellington camp,  have completed the work, and the  road is now in a greatly improved  condition.  A force of five men has been at  work this week on the wagon road between I'hoenix and Geeenwood, making much needed repairs.  ly   the   Metropolitan  Hugh   McGuire,  For Rent.  ror rent, iar  lodging '  site.    Apply to  residence, suitable fo:  louse, on the New York town-1 Dinsinore, win:  ! the district well  I.. (7 Ck.-wvkokii.  THE  ggs  Our Fresh Butter and  ARE SUCH, not merely said  to be. ....  A Good  Appointment.  Provincial  Constable   I.   A.   Dins-  more, of Grand Forks,   has   been   appointed superintendent of roads, streets  and   bridges    for    the    Kettle     River  Mining Division   as   far   westward   as j  Rock   Creek.     In   this  capacity   Mr. j  knows   the  whole   of!  will   have  the super-j  j vision of all work   done   by   the  pro-j  ! vincial    government  on  roads,   trails!  : and bridges.    The   appointment   is   a'  ; good one and should   lead   to a   more!  j systematic execution ol such woik than ���  i in the past. ;  Okanogan Frei* Gold Alines lo Trouble.  The property of the Okanogan F'ree  Gold Alines, Ltd., near Oroville, Oka-  nagan   county, Washington,   has been  seized by   the  sheriff and   work   has  consequently   been   suspended.    This  company was  organized   in Rossland,  where much of its stock is   held.     Its  present     embarrassed     position-   uas  brought about by the failure of  many  stockholders to meet assessments,  the  two made having realized   only   about  $17,400 instead  of $31,500,   the  full  amount that should have been received.  Mr. S. Thornton Langley, promoter and  organizer and a   director of   the  old  ,       ,      , "' Kn ! Okanaiiaii Free Gold Mines Co.,   has  ���\   coored   mi'irtette was ��� *T .   1   .1 .   .     , ,      ,  1 precipitated   the  present   trouble    by  bringing action against the present  company for $1161, amount he claim*;  is due to him on the company's note.  The directors say that Mr. I.anglev  first sold out nearly all of his shares at  remunerative prices and they suggest  that he is now pressing the company as  a revenge for having been requested by  his co-directors to resign. The directors have given a bank a mortgage on  the company's claims as collateral sec-  tirtyy for advances made. 1'he total  indebtedness of the company is stated ta  be $13,645. Thedirectors hope to be  able to arrange matters satisfactorily  and to be able to raise money for  further development of the mine..  A large   part   of the  force  at   the  Golden Crown has been laid off  temporarily.    There is now but one   shift  and one air drill running.    The   Pioneer man interviewed Mem. T. Mayne  Daly, president of   the  company,   in  Rossland this  week,   who stated   that  1 the cut-down was  due  to a   proposed  j change in the   plan   of   development. !  | lie expected that the full   force would;  be on anain in a short time. 1  IN THE LOCAL FIELD.  !3SEirsENE^a!KSN^��?,��EvBl  Dominion Avenue.  ....BUILDING  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 building1.   For Terms Apply to   sizes  Opened Dental Office.  )r.   Mathison,   of  Greenwood  and  j Dr. MacDonald of Grand  Forks, have  j jointly taken an office  in   the  Graves- j a tt;m1 ,,| ,,  month  j Williams   block and will visit Phoenix! jn j-|rsl ,.|.1SS style,  j alternately to look after the dental needs 1      ,   (*()j|ms t|,js wo  All the latest styles   in   Millinery at thai  Mcllean's.  Phoenix Miners'   Union   N'o. 8 willj himself was present and was  give a dance Thursday evening, Octo-;  ber 25U1. j  John A. Swanson has purchased a j  residence lot on Grey Fagle avenue;  and will improve it. j  Ladies'and Childrens' rubbers,   all I  Liberul Conservative Meeting.  Fast evening a political meeting was  leid by the libelal-cnscrvatives of  I'hoenix at Mineis' Union hall, in be-  lalfof the candidacy of Albert H.  MacN'eill, of Rossland'.    Mr. Mac.Veill  the chief  speaker. W. A. Macl lonald, of Nelson, and Mayor A. S. Goodt-ve, of  Rossland, were also in the party, expounding the political faith in which  they believe. Thursday night a meeting was held at Greenwood.  at McPeau's.  II.   Richards  Summit I Intel from  of the community.     They   will  attend | .  will   make'  amount   of  each  other's   patients   and  visits as frequently as   the  I  *4&  <$m?9$m9$m%mimmy^  .rOv^ VKrV* <<!%'*��� /��*'  :>������ ...^  dental work offering demands. Dr.  MacDonald will be here October :i,  22 and 23.  Thanksgiving  Turkey Shoot.  Next Thursday being  Thanksgiving  day, Messrs.  Thos. Coiner and W.   J.  i'rendcrgj.st wil  at or near the 1'h  hall.    Shooting begins at o a. 111.  as the bills state, 'Mi  can    no   longer   s:i|  jail."  111 the Palace Livery Stable,  and   will  hereafter conduct it on his own account.  j New Mercantile Firm.  has    leased   the j     This week   a   new   mercantile   firm  ��� A. Muiison tor ��� 0pened up in business in   '.lie  Grave.*.-  and will   run itj Williams building.   A company i.s now  I being incorporated with   a   capital   of  purchased   the! $10,000, to   be  kn-iwii   as   the   Law-  I.td., to eondu 't the  business. 11. J. Mc< 1 uid, fornierlv  employed by W.   M.   Law,   of Green-  of his partner, T. II. Richards, j McQuaid Co.  Last Wednesday the Palace   Hotel,   wood, is the manager 01 tlic new  coi  ) Revs Ov Delisle,   properietors,   opened j *-x'nl*  their restaurant, which wiii hereafter j  and   dav   in   fust   (.'la-*  til  be run ni.  style.  Harry 1  turned Tl  ht  ,ea  111 SI  Phoenix vs. (irecnwooil,  aiteinoon   the   Old   Ironsides  and   Herb  ay from a 30 day  nig   Lake   ramp.  Howeth   re  built-  eive   a   turkev  shoot i ! . , ,   .  ���    ,,���        ,'..   ���     ; iiv* tr::,   to   Long   I.a'se   ramp.     One  oenix Miners   L nion I     =* ,, '  .,        -7 1  I ! 700-lb. si;ver tip bear and two iiiouni.ur,  when I'hoenix: iH'��, uere part ol the spoils.  ly   powder   a  nd!  Ladies   and  shoes, ;*dl sizes  Children**'   bo .  at McIJeau's.  and  This  Foot Pull Gliib will play die Green-  uood team on the grounds ofthe latter. Those who will represent I'lv/c-  nix are: W. Dunbar, 'I'. I''. '-7';>'.'..-  71, P. j. Cock, Geo. N'mv. T. 1 .  HuckTi.l",. II. 17 M it: in-!;, (. >. Gordon, |. T. 1 ..iwiein e, Wm. Tv.;.l ..-..J  P. !.;.' McA-d.ui.  "-i'p-i  "t!  M if   ���T-TfP"-  iiiil^ ��-i*fii'-i,v ������'���'���".<*-"    '  7; .7.4 ��"'���  I;��-*  b  t /  I-1  R-.-V  fe" >   ���  d " "  ��� I *  l�� 7 -/>���  ?i, Ij- ���  &'V'7  i. *  r H ,1  ���>7 -  P.'';!\  V*. % '  if:  THE PHOENIX PIQNEER  The Phoenix Pioneer.!  ,".k:.iav hv yuj;  PIONKE!  The nominee of the Independent  Labor party is a working ��� miner, residing in Rossiand. He is as fairly  j entitled to be juJ^ed on Ids merits as j  ITLliiliSinXi.'. CO. jeither candidaie G.'illiher or candidate;  MacNeill. The platform on which he  stands contains planks that are good  along with others that are visionary  and impracticable. Christopher 'Foley,  miner, is now in the race.���Nelson  Tribune.  AT ���'KC'I:nin:. >:. c.  (Tin: -jIbCi* "'liirr 111.- uuht's ail'.)  W. 13. WILLCOX, Managcb  Ciihimliia 'ft.lri>'.,i'"'K*, Nk. 10.  Vernon fc: .Xriwu T<.-k'I<!"'  , No.  1/..  sri'sewn-noN^.  IVriVar ��-''"  Hi* Month*! ������-������  ''-���'  To Korri*;'' Coimtrit-s  --5''  If ymi nrt-'nol ji subsiTiU-r to ll��s  l;*]>tr, tliis  (���s-in invitation to yoii.to bccoiiu- utw.  Advi-rtUing rotes furnished 0:1 .ipplicntiiiii.  I.esal nuliccs la ami 5 crjits per lint*.  Vour weekly insertions constitute one month's  Ktlvcrti.siiii;.  ���_���..���_���.-.-:���.-:*���.���-  ....  1900  OCTOBER  J  900  Suu     Mon  Tues   Wed  Thu  Frl  Sal  I  2        3  4  5  6  7     S  9     IO  11  12  13  H    15  16   17  18  19  20  21    22  23   24  25  26  2/  2S , 29  30  .31  ���-.    ALL   1  *>0ADS LEAD TO PHOENIX.  Phoenix Lodge No. 28,  Knights oi PytHaS.  Meets every Tuesday niglit  at S ��>.tn.. 'Miners' Union' Hall.  Visiting ttrethren welcome.  I.. C. Cxawfokd-. K. R. S.  J. A. &.1KK.C. C.  W.Ii. COCHRANE I  The difference between theory and  condition is exemplified by the approved suggestion throughout Jiritish Columbia that the provincial tax on metal  ores be made differential; that is,  practically, that the tax be doubted in  the case of ores sent out ofthe province  for treatment, the idea being to encourage local smelters,, which in the  main, i.s a good plan, but under the  existing conditions in British Columbia,  is not to be given serious consideration.  ���^.Mining and   Scientific   Press.   "  In ancient Italy, when Rome was the  centre ofthe then  civilized' world  saying was current that all  roads  to Rome.    That is to say, that  was by far the most  important  in that gay country or  a  led  Rome  centre  in the world.  Kvery one went to Rome and sooner  or later had business in Rome. No  one ever thought of visiting that part  of the Roman empire without seeing  the great city itself.  It is interesting to note that, in a  modest way, Phoenix excites as much  interest in this section as did the city  of ' the conquering Calsars. No  visitors of note come into the Boundary without t. king in the mines of  Phoenix. If they did leave it out of  their itinerary they would feel thai  ihe trip to British Columbia had been  incomplete. The fame of our ore producers is already co-extensive with the  boundaries of the continent, and even  reaches across the deep blue sea. It  is therefore little wonder that all kinds  and condiiions of men like to see "the  place where the mines are."  All roads lead to Phoenix, so far as  the 'Boundary is concerned, and as  time passes on this camp will continue  to tower head and shoulders above all  other Boundary camps, and eventually  above all others in British Columbia.  This may seem optimistic, but we ask  only that a little time be given to make  good the prophesy.  In the orchard- of W. J. llanna there  i:: a splendid pear tree in full bloom.  This is a commentary on the salubrity  of the climate here, which it is doubtful if even Vancouver can paraelel."  Commenting on this the 'Greenwood  .Miner obseives: "In other parts of  Canada fruit ticy.'s bloom in the spring.  Victorians always had the name of being a little slow, but it was not known  heretofore that the fruit trees had been  affected by the general inertia. When  fruit trees begin to cultivate mossback  customs it is time to place horticulture on the statute books among the  learned professions.���Victoria Times.  D. J. MATHESON,  INSUKANCK AGKNT,  FIKK, 1.1 KK, ACCIDKNT.  Coiiiniissimier lor tuklnj: Affidavits.  Phoknix, B.  R. B. KERR,  .Bakristkk and Solicitor,  n9tarv j'uim.ic.  PHOENIX, B.C.  A. E. ASHCROFT,  MININC AND CIVIL KNOINF.ER  PROVINCIAL i.A.\l> SURVEYOR,  BAUER & ASHCROr-T,  VANCOUVKK, 11. C.  GREENWOOD, B. C  THREE TICKETS IN THE FIELD.  Already there are three candidates  in nomination for the honor of representing the Yale-Cariboo-Kootenay  constituency at Ottawa, to succeed  Hewitt Bostock. The liberals have  put up Mr. Galliher, a well known  Nelson lawyer; the conservatives have  nominated Mr. MacNeill, an equally  -.veil known Rossland lawyer; and the  laboring men, to make it interesting,  have decided to run Chris Foley, ol  Rossland, who is a miner.  The two old line parties certainly  hoped that there would be no purely  labor candidate, as it complicates the  situation to a large extent. All three  candidates have hosts of friends, but  nnly one can be successful at the polls.  The constituency is so large, and the  expense of getting around so heavy,  lhat it is pretty certain a close canvas  ���will not be made by the nominees.  Kacli local organization-must meet its  own campaign expenses. The election is likely to be a quiet one, comparatively speaking.  In nominating a candidate for  Vale-Cariboo, the Labor convention at  NelsonTnadc a mistake. With not a  shadow of chance of winning, the campaign can only result in bringing discredit on organized labor. The defeated candidate, whether conservative  or liberal, will think that the object  aimed at in placing a labor candidate  in the field was to defeat the party  which he represents. As a conse  quence, labor legislation introduced in  the house will receive opposition from  the party defeated. This may look  like revenge, but it is good politics.  The candidate Chris Foley is one of  the ablest men in labor circles in the  the province.'-���Greenwood Miner.  SCOn & McLAREN,  Contractors, and Builders.  Estimates Furnished.  PHOENIX, B. C  I PlioenixflewsCo.  Under the new law as to delinquent  co-owners, delinquent partners in a  mineral claim can be made to pay for  their proportion of work by .publishing  a notice for 90 days in a paper printed  in the district in which the claim is located. If at the end of 90 days they  have not paid for their share of work  and all costs of advertising, they lose  their interest in the property. This  power, which was last session statutorily conferred upon mine co-owners,  unable to > induce their associates to  dear their .due share of legitimate expenditure, is heartily approved by/the  workers of our provincial mining communities. Already several notices  under the above law have appeared in  West Kootenay journals.���-Vancouver  News-Advertiser.  EDITORIAL COMMENTS.  November '7th has finally been  selected as the date of the Dominion  election. With less than four weeks  to work in, the campaign will be short.  In 1S96 the total vote in this constituency was 3303. In Juno last the  vote was 11,292 in the same territory.  It is probable, however, that in November the poll, will not be qui teas large  as in the provincial elections oi June  gih last.  WHAT THE EDITORS SAV.  Chris Foley Candidate.  "That the wisdom, of the decision of  the labor convention to place a candidate in this constituency i.s open to  serious question will be admitted by  not "a few of the leaders themselves of  organized labor. Opposition was  offered to it at the Rossland metting  by the very gentleman who was subset  quently the choice of the convention  and.who, it i.s well known, accepted  the nomination simply out of loyalty to  the cause of which he is now the most  prominent champion in the riding.  1'he position which he assumed in opposition to organized labor conducting  such a.campaign was strictly on the  ground that he saw no likelihood of  success.  If however, the wisdom of the convention can be doubted in arraying  labor in a separate "and hostile political  camp no question can be raised as to  the judiciousness of its choice of a  candidate. It will be generally conceded that a better selection than Mr.  Chris Foley could not have been made.  He i.s now well known throughout the  rootenay, and while always a staunch  and unwavering friend of the cause of  labor, he has invariably given evidence  of being actuated by an honest desire  for the good of the community, as a  whole and has never failed to advise  peace and harmony where they could  be obtained without compromising the  interests of those who looked to him  for counsel and guidance. We do not  think he will be elected. We do not  think it wise that he should be, but he  will make a stronger appeal to the  labor vote than any man in the constituency.���Rossland A! iner.  J. F. WALKER & CO.  Kvery thing in stock that  should be found in an U'Ho-  date News and Stationery  establishment.  Daily Papers,  Magazines,  Books,  Stationery,  Pipes,  Tobaccos and  Cigars.  DOMINION AVENUE  Phoenix, B. C.  Agts. for Spokesman-Review  H. 8. CAVLliY.  CAYLEY & COCHRANE,  Solicitors, Etc.  PHOENIX, B. C.  ALDHAT1 & BLUNT,  Mise Surveyors,  and Draughtsmen.  Phoenix,'!). C.  SUNN & McCAGUE,  ���"proprietors.  AKERY  Bread, Cakes, Pes, Etc., Fresh Daily.  IRONSIDES ADDITION, PHOENIX, B.C. Free Dklivkry.  ggZSMQENIX   c  BREWERY  JULIUS MUELLER, Proprietor.  !  ���  !  *���*  ���  ���  -f  t  -i  ���4*  ���  + ------     -,-..-��� +  f    Agts. for Spokesman-Review    ������  >'���-������ ���  PHOENIX  BAHERY.  C. W. Greer, Propr.,  Is making I.iglit, Sweet and Wholesome  Hreail, French, Rye or Grnlmm. Leave  your orders at the  SHOP: PHOENIX STREET,  REAR MORRIN7.1' THOMPSON,  PHOENIX, B. C.  '"������"::z^-':.^'"."���     Ext*a Fine.���;;"  LAGER BEER  '/ ;''.'..���'    ���''���Patronize home Industry aud  drink Phoenix Beer.  Gov. Standard Avenue and Banner'Street.  PHOENIX,B.C.  hOO<>-*r>0-0<KH>^^  LAUNDRY.:'":"**  LAWRENCE & WATSON, Props.  15est of work guaranteed.     Specialty of .White Shirts.  GOOD CALLED FOR  AND DELIVERED.  Basement Miller Blk., Dominion Av.  HOTEL UNION  Cor. Domloloa Ave. toil EUnner St'  PHOENIX, B.C.,  (Opposite Miners' Union Hall)  This Hotel is Hard Finished  Conveniently Arranged.  Bar Furnished with the Finest of Goods.  Vaughan  NNES,  The  Stt*  Of the Camp.  We handle all Kinds of Beef, Pork, Mutton and Veal.  ��� Also'Fish,'Poultry, and'Oysters ;iu'season. .  Yonr Trade Solicited.    Onr Prices Are Right,  Old h onsides Ave.       PHOENIX, B c]  BeilV Livety, Feed <%nd Sale!  '���v.''',������������-;-'������*-�� Stables *��  HARRY'lIFLL, Pkoi'kictor.  jf- Good Saddle/Pack and Driving Horses.    HeavyDraying. j  Charges Reasonable.  KNOB HILL AVE, PHOENIX, H. C.  [ P. Burns & Co.  I'HOENIX  ���MARKET.  HEAD.OFKICK FOR JIOUNHARV CRl-'KK, GRKKNWOOD, B. C.  ,. HKAOQUAKl'KK.S, KBI.SOK, 11. C.  \;. .;:\^. IfhteA.-aii- Mail ;fiMf: fkrctaJHs.  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Porks, Sandon, Slocan City,  Silverton, New Denver,��� Vmir, Salmo, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midwav, Niagara and Phoenix,  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  ,      All orders receive prompt attention.  ������������������������������������o��*��������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������,  VICTORIA HOUSE  ���*������������*������������*������������������*������������������*�����,  ***���*�������������-��-�������*+*-��  Leading Hotel of Phoenix  ��������*-�����������������*���������������������������������**.  ��� i  Everything First Class, Electric Lighted, Electric  Bells, Free Sample Rooms, Finest Liquors and  Cigars.  II. C. HOTEL CO, Ltd., Props,  J. iJERKMAN, Ma.vacek.  Old Ironsides Avenue,     -       -     PHOENIX, B. C.  "Graham & Prendergast, Props.  Carpets and Linoleums S  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaranteed.   Imported Goods.  F1NIC HOOTS AND SHOKS MAUE TO  ORPKR.  PRACTICAL    MINKRS'  AND   PROSPECTORS' SHOES   A  SPECIALITY.  Corner Phoenix St. and Brooklyn Ave.  ' We have a fine line in all qualities and styles.  lit It Avill pay you to examine aud get prices.  Iir Furniture--  . We are constantly receiving the  latest,  from  the finest to the cheapest.  CLARK & BINNS,  Furniture, Carpets and Undertaking,  OLD IRONSIDES AVE. - - PHOENIX, li.  C. ^  The conimencement'-of shipments  from Republic camp to the Granby  smelter realizes another of" the predictions made in the early days of" the  district.���-Grand Forks Gazette.  The labor people of" Kootenay are  capable of being just as good politicians as other people. They proved  tliuir ability to grasp the situation and  take advantage ot' circumstances.��� |  industrial World. j  Preparing fo Build the Bridge.  The C. P. R. has a small force at  work on the Columbia river, near  Robson, quarrying granite for the piers  of the bridge to be constructed from  Sproat s Landing to Castlegar. These  points are near the confluence of the  Kootenay and Columbia rivers, Sproat's  Landing having been a place of call  for river .steamers before the C. P. R.  lines were built to Robson and the  ,'errymg transferred there, and Castlegar was the terminus of Heinze's Columbia and Western railway on the  west side of the Columbia River, opposite to Sproat's Landing.  Mrs, Wm, Delahay  Fashionable Dressmaking  WWW  Residence, opposite Mandel  cc Murphy's livery stable.  -M--0  Dominion Ave,  Phoenix. B. C.  ��4x$&frt>��^4>&$^>����-&$^^-��Qa&  ]*OR a .squari*;  MICAI.C'.OTO....  BELLEVUE HOTEL  Knob Hill Ave.   Phoenix, B. C.  APftP  This hotel is centrally located, newly built and  newly furnished throughout. Evetything is first  class.   Bar stocked with the finest.        :       :       :  EDWARD SIMPSON, Prop.  Fine Wines, Liquors,  and Cigars.  C. W. Thompson & Co.  PROPRIETORS.  In the matter of Walter   Waterland -  vs. city  of Greenwood,  which   i.s an < ��.  action to recover $5,000   damages  nl-1 <?  leired to have been sustained  At the next session of the legislative assembly bills will be introduced  that when passed will repeal ail acts  fhat now give lawyers a dead cinch  and special protection. Lawyers will  then be on the sc.uiic* footing as other  frades and craj'ts.���Is'elson   Ciibune.  *    ,1  by plain-; 4>  till through flooding  of. his   hotel   by j ^  overflow of  Boundary   Creek  Meals at All Hours.  The Best the Market   Affords   Hotel Phoenix  -DOMINION AVE., PHOENIX', B. ��  The Pioneer Hotel.  Finest Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars always in Stocl  Comfortable and well Furnished Rooms.  First-Class Dining Koom and Attentive Waiters.  HARRY NASH, Prof.  ' ft'  Ik Drifisb (oUin Botale lip dp, MM.  R. GREGER, Manager.  AGENTS FOR   Rabst  Complete line of Bar Supplies.  ....GREENWOOD, B. C.  READING  Boundary  responsibility   for   which  wafers,  damage  is  imputed to defendants, application was  made in   chambers before Judge Forin A  at Nelson la^t Monday for   a   trial   bv &  ���   ��  I  jury.    Tin: application was g-anted.  on   Avenue, I  Phoenix, B. C.        |  4  .The Job Department of the Pioneer  is not claimed to be the largest nor the  most extensive in British -Columbia. It  is, nevertheless, one of the best appointed  establishments in this section, and no  establishment can or does turn out a better quality of work in the line, of printed  matter of all kinds.  In short, no better work was ever done  since the world began.    That's  think we're entitled to your orders.  Mining work a specialty^.-*  PHOENIX PIONEER, 7  aie-ahvqmt   ���'-���������������''��� .-     PHOENIX, B,C  Phoenix Stage Line.  Makes Two Round Trips Daily Between Phoenix  and Greenwood.  Leaves Phoenix at 7.45 a. m. and 1,30 p. m.   Phoenix Time.  Leaves  Greenwood at 9:00 a. 111. and 4:00 p.m.  Greenwood Time.   Sundays, leaves Phoenix'at S:i5 a. m.  and Greenwood at 10:30 a. m.  McINTYREfe McDONALD, Props.  The Wm. Hamilton Manufacturing Company,  Limited.  ��������������������  Peterborough, Ont.,  ...CANADA  ������������909����0  why we  Kootenay Belle "and  Little Qeni^ Cigars.  UNION MADE by  KOOTENAY CIGAR MFG. CO., of Nelson, B. C'  See that the m,uk r.abcl is on ench Box.  p  f��  : M  tl  Of  \c  111  fit  Is  nt  w.  in  a  sit  Ire  thi  \,r,  fin  .11!  iths  ;tii  1 Slil  ers  wh  int  : mi:  itiw  I we:  ffric  |uai  Sor  B'��  Jis  vo  fof 1  ftstat  Pre  iVno  fthe  f tt>0  funti  j wen  [nix ;  jwhei  I'ngl  I ���'�� ot  I In's f  Hid  Inst,  [that  |chan<  folio;  jdeatl-  fgrapl-  Mr. ]  office  f:ount  medi;  reacli  night.  Mr  take t  to Bu  to the  M. Gi  and j)  H lined  Sc'oth  -"gs.  Jnumbi m77^7?;��.  ^ymM?y:-yy:  '���if' :::'^ify:ifi'yyiy  7'-;7 " >��     '*       '  &;7      i ,..*'��  THE   PHOENIX   PIONEER.  See Our  Display of  Tooth        .of  Preparations  AND  Toilet       ^  Artieles.  tanccs from Montana, a*)d rther li-onn-j  darjvresidents who desired to .show the1  last sad tribute of respect to the niein-'      ' h?sc emitlcd *�� have their  names  ory of .1   worthy   man,   gathered    j,, | i'11"'*-''1 on 'he electoral  roll   and  who  Greenwood and, followed   in  liineral j''i*^'!K" yet  "iade  tho  renwmc  ap-  procession   all    that   was    mortal   oi; j'll(::illon ������r'-' ieimni],*d   that   there  i.s  Eugene Sullivan to the rnilwav station! !       t"c l0 lose " liie-v "ish t0  av***l|  Slill Time to Rey.lf ter.  hose entitled  liave not yet  plication are  EASTERN  r.STAIII.ISIIKIJ  OOO  A. P. Mm! Co.  DRUGGISTS.;^  . Night Bell.  Vernon & Nelson Telephone 17.  DEATH OF EUGENE 0. SULLIVAN.  Well known Man Pnssei Away at Oreenwood  Hospital.  Just before midnight of Thursday,  .(th inst., the death took place in  the  Greenwood., hospital   of   Eugene   J).  Sullivan,   a comparative stranger in  this province, except to many who had  known him in Uutte,  Montana. - His  active life followed by,a death almost  tragic 111 its unexpectedness and its occurence in a strange land away from all  connected with him' by close faniily  ���ties, was one of those singular contrasts  that are looked  for in  fiction  rather  than in real life.    The late Mr. Sullivan  born at Houghton, Michigan, U. S. A.,  in 1855, he was one of a   family of  nine, six boys and three girls.    His  father died whilst these were all young,  so it fell to the lot of Gene, as he was  familiarly called, to in a large measure  uke the place of his, dead  father.   It  is said of him that he did  this as few  would have done it faithfully and well,  not sparing himself but doing his best  to fill the great gap the early loss of a  father to   a ' young family.    Leaving  Michigan  Eugene - Sullivan went   to  liutte, Montana, in 1878 he being 23  years of age.    A few* years later he was  nominated and elected sheriff of Silver  Bow county, Montana, and after serving a two year's"term was again  nominated and received the largest number  of votes, but his; second election  was  successfully.challenged oil'..tile scors of  irregularity on the part of some of his  , supporters in one of the precincts, so  |he had to retire from office.   For niany  years though he continued most popular  in the city of Butte and indeed through-  lout the whole county, where his record  fas sheriff was an  honorable one,  his  Jterm o( office being marked   by zeal  pnd impartiality.    For a long while he  [was in the hotel  business at Walker-  : ville, Butte, this bringing him into intimate association with large numbers  of his fellow townsmen.    He .took  a  very lively interest and an active part  in State politics and his  magnetic influence was felt in these matters.    He  is reputed to, have been  fearless and  outspoken,   and,     to    have been a  warm friend of the laboring men, whose  interests lie espoused.   Of course such  a man could not well avoid  taking a  ���side in the Daly-Clark feud and it was  freely stated by his friends that it was  this that eventually, led  to  his  being  practically ruined, both politically and  financially.     the    antagonism     and  animosity of wealthy participants  iri  i that feud pursuing his relentlessly un-  j til finally he left a country in which he  ���still left hosts, of friends and .well-wish:  ! ers as well as those of an opposite nature  whose persistent opposition had to all  intents and purposes broken his heart.  Having been .well  associated with  : "lining in Montana, it was but natural  Ithat h.e ^houId turn  his attention  to  one of the new mining camps,: of the  west to which many of his old-time  Ifncnds  had preceded him.    In   January of the current year he left Butte  |or Republic, Washington; later in the  I'ear he came thence to the Boundary  district, whereafter a while he went to  vork at the Winnipeg mine in charge  SM which he found a friend of 20 years  Standing in the person of Mr. Nicholas  II regear, formerly manager of the well  Bknown Le Koi mine at Rossland.    On  Pe evening of September   14  he was  ftoo unwell to continue at work so he  I'-iid off.    He remained at  the  mine  f until the evening of the 19th, when he  Iwnt to the neighboring town of Phoc-  {'���ix remaining there until October 1st,  Iwhen he returned to the mine.    Finding that he was very ill  Mr.  Tregear  Ijit once arranged for the removal of  "is friend to the Greenwood  hospital,  "���hence he was taken on Tuesday, 2nd  I "st*   Upon arrival there it was found  jtnat his case was a serious one,  so  I serious in  fact that there was little  |oliance of recovery.    The worst result  |*o!Iowed, for late on Thursday night  iHeath came.    Word was at once tele-  where the* casket was placed, on the  train for shipment enroute to Butte,  Mr. Daniel Sullivan being in charge.  The pall bearers at the funeral were  Mr. J.'Roderick Robertson, of Nelson,  managing director of the London &  II. C. Goldfields, Ltd., of London,  England, who was in Greenwood on a  business visit;.Mr. Nicholas Tregear,,I  superintendent of the Winnipeg mine;  Mr. John Ilnnley, a cousin of deceased,  superintendent of the K. Hell mine-  Mr. R. E. (Barbarian) Brown, formerly  ofthe Coeur d'Alenes; Col. I. P.  Armstrong, well known in Spckane;  Mr. James Cunningham, an old tinier  in the Boundary country and a friend  of deceased; Mr. Chas. J. Me.Arthiir,  also a former resident of Silver Bow  county and a friend of 20 years standing, and Mr. Win. Hurley/another old  friend.  I The above particulars will serve to  jmpress the relations and friends ol  "the late Air. Sullivan that though in  what is to them a foreign land, there  were not wanting those tokens ol  respect to one, wiio, notwithstanding  that lie was a comparative stranger in  the Boundary district had the reputation of being a man who had well done  his part in his all too brief span of life.  It may be of interest to our readers to  learn that the three sisters of deceased  survive him, these being Mesdamcs  Jerry Murphy, Joe Hogan and  O'Neill, all still residents of Butte, to  whom with all others who have this  loss to mourn, the Pioneer extends its  condolence and sincere sympathy in  their sad bereavement.  einselves of the privilege of voting at | CAPITAL   -     -  theinipendingdoiuinion election.    Ap-i RESERVE FUND  plications to be enrolled should   reach '  I the office  of  the  collector  of  votes,  1 Rossland, not later than 20th ins. A recent issue of tlie B. C. Gazette contained the following:  "Rowland Riding, West   Kootenay j  Electoral   District���Notice  is   hereby!  given that  1   shall,  o|i, .Monday,   the f  filth day  of   November   next, 'at   11  o'clock a. in., hf/ld a court of revision  at the court hoi/ise, Rossland,   lor  the  ��� s  j The Mosfc Popular  i  r**viin  7/  objections to tlie retention of tiny names  on the register of voters for the Rossland riding of West Kootenay electoral  district."  J.  KlRKUP.  Applications for enrollment received  not less than fourteen days prior to the  holding of this court of revision should  result in the names of applicants being  placed on the revised roll.  HOAKI) OK DIXliCTORS:  H. \V. Hl-.vi-Kl:'', President.,  Hon. M.  ir.  Coiti'i-  fcl.s-K,  Vire-Prcs.,   X->riicl   Wuwl, J. S. Mitchi-11,  G. Stevens,  J. ,\\ Ciller,  N. W.Thuro'W, C.  II.  Kntlimi. II. II. HroH'll, Q. C.  IIJiAU OFI-ICK, Sl'lKRKKOOKl*:, I'. Q.  i Wm. I'akwuli., (Ioi'I MkT��� S. 1-.ix.ku., I.ocal  I     -'���Ij.'r.; S. I*. Xfuki'.v, Branch ItisjHi*ti.r.  j IIRANCIIKS.  Waterloo, W. I. Hri^gs, MannRcr.  Klniisteuil,  S. Steven**,  ebwnnville, J. Mackinnon, Manager.  Coaticoolc, II. Austin, Manti|;er.  KicIiiudikI, W. I.. Hull,      "  Or-inby, W. II. kohinsoij, "  Ik-dfonl, K. W. Morgiin,    "  Mii({Oft, K, I*. Oliver,  St. Hyacinthe, J. K. I,a Framboise, Mgr.  lliiiitiiiK<lan, 1*:. N. Kobiutuii, M^r.     o  Orm'stuu'ii,' II. T. Williams, Mgr,  C.nitid Fork's, H.C., J.W. Mnclutigliliii, MRr.  I'hoenix, II. C.. Wm. Spier, Mgr.  Asentsiii Montreal, Itonk of Montreal; London, ling., National  Hank cf Scotland; Iloston,  National lixchimge Hank; New Vork, National  l'ark Hank.  Collections    made at   all  all points in Caiinitn,   il. ri.  change bought anil uold.  Savings Drancli Dcpartinrnt nt inch office.  Interest allowed from date of deposit anil coin-  l��nnded amnnilly without requiring attention of  depositor.  Office Hours: io-j; Saturday from 10 to 13.  Hotel in Phoenix.  It is the  FAVORITE- RESORT for  the U'eary-and Thirsty Traveller j  or Wayfarer, and in consequence|  is becomipg noted throughout the f  Boundary. ���'.��� ���'��� " J  ewly I'"tirnishcd. , Wioicest l.i(|iiors K  and Cigars. Dining Room First- ^  Class in livery Way.  Tenders.  Colvllle Reservation.  Considerable interest is being taken  along the boundary in the opening of  the north half of the Colville Indian  reservation to which settlement the  territory extends from the Columbia  to the Okanagan river. The C. 1'. R.  is likely to reap a harvest from the  opening as its line to Midway runs  within 30 miles of the heart of the  reservation and is the closest rail connection by 50 miles.  The Nelson Tribune states that Mr.  F. \V. Peters, assistant general lreight  agent, has returned from a trip over  the reservation, made with a view to  sizing up the situation and determining  on the volume of business in prospect.  In referring to the reservation Mr.  1'eters is reported to have said: ''I do  not look for as.great a rush into the  reservation as Was anticipated. While  there are many fine valleys the country  is not so suitable for farming as was  reported, a dearth of water being one  of the most serious drawbacks. There  does not seem to be any excitement,  and.while a large number of people  will undoubtedly go in, the rush will  be nothing like the Oklahoma or similar affairs. Personally,I was more interested in the mining outlook. Tlie  country is more like the Republic district, heavy r'-lling prairie rather than  rock hills, and mining development  will necessitate a large amount of sinking to reach the values. There are a  number of properties working and the  owners are very hopeful. I'he ore is  free-milling and is said to carry excellent values."  S.-aled tenders will be received to the iMh iust  by. lite Chief Cumin iKitioiier of I.amis and" Works,  Victoria, for Ihe erection of u School House in  Phoenix,  Kach tender must lie accompanied by the  names of two responsible residents of this Province who are prepared to enter into bonds fur the  due fulfilment of the contract in the stun of  fSoo each,  Plans nnd specifications can be seen at the  Post Office, I'hoenix.  The lowest nor any tender not necessarily  accepted.  Dated si J'liocuix tin's 3rd clay of October, 1900.  ,-=.==.-������i-~.I.'. J. Matheson,  Hec'y School  Hoard.  Phoenix Mall Service.  Office lioursj S a. in. to 7 p. in.  Mails close fur Craud Porks, Greenwood, Rossland, Nelson, Kasteru  United States and Const  potins daily (except Sunday) at 7:15 a. in.  I**or Midway. Camp McKinney and Knirview on  Monday, Wednesday and  l-'ridny at 7:15 a. 111.  Mails due from all points at 10:3011.111.  1). J. Matiikson,  Postmaster.  LABOR PARTY'S PLATFORM.  fgraphed to his only surviving brother,  j Air. Daniel J. Sullivan, who is in the  '���nice of the treasurer of Silver Bow  county, Rime. This gentleman immediately started for' Greenwood,  'aching that town hue on Saturday  night. J  Mr. 1). Sullivan having decided to  we the body of his deceased brothei  0 -Butte lor interment, it was removed  '0 the undertaking rooms of Messrs. T.  1. bulley & Co. and there embalmed  ���"-J placed in an oak casket, copper  'med and covered outside with fine  j, �� anu\ "-wing silver plated mount-  In IP'i 0n JlIoi"u'iay-morning a large  J'^mber of former friends and acquain-  Abopted at Last  Week's Meeting at Nelson,  B.  C.  The following is the platform  adopted at the Labor convention held  at Nelson last week:  1". Free compulsory education.  . 2. Legal working day of eight hours.  3. Government inspection of all industries.  4. Abolition of contract system on  public works.  5. Public ownership of all franchises. \  6. Prohibition of Asiatic immigration and the regulation of all immigration by an educational test as to immigrants' fitness, and the abolition ol"  all special inducements and privleges  to foreign immigrants to settle in the  Dominion.  7. Abolition of child iabor under 12.  8. Abolition ofthe $250 deposit required of all candidates for the Dominion house.  9. Compulsory arbitration of all  labor disputes.  10., Prohibition of prison labor in  competition with free labor.  11. All election  days  to be  m:  public holidays.  12. Abolition of Dominion senate.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  Golden   Kaj-le Mineral Claim, .situate   in   the  Kettle Kiver mining division of Vale district.  Where hicated:���Oreenwood camp,east aud adjoining the Stenuviuder mineral claim, I.ot 558.  Take notice that I. W. K. Williams, of Phoenix,  II, C, l*"rec Miner's Certificate No. U -19695 for my.  self and as a^eut for Donald I). Maun, p'ree  Miner's Certificate No. S654 A., Geo. A. Cox, p'ree  Miner's Certificate No. 11 29S96 and Donald A.  Cameron, P'ree Miner's Certificate No. H 29663, ill-  tend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to  the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, (or tlie purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant oC the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before tile issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 15th day of September, A. D., 1900.  54 W. K. Williams.  A. HENDERSON,  The Watchmaker and  Jeweler, is doing the finest quality of work in  the Boundary country.  Give us. a call when your  watch or clock is "out of  whack," or you need anything iu the Jewelry line.  Mii-lick Blk., I'hoenix, B. C  accessible  d amounts,,  aud Kitrop  points.  1 in  >*;x-  ...REDUCTION  WIMMMSMMSB  ��� Wtek      i j St  GREENWOOD and I'HOENIX, B.C.  -     -O       ,       ��� 'j.*---'.'",'  ���SOLE AOKNTS KOR TIII-:  ���f IKS'KRAI. EXPORT 'AGENTS-���  Blue Label K���;,.  Setters   Natural  Mineral Water  \ VIKS li All KN, G EK .M A N V.  Lion Brewing Co.  Of Rossland,  the   Largest Brewery in British Columbia.  JAS. McCREATH & CO., Props.  oqoooo<xxx>oocxxxx;ooooo^  IN LONG DISTANCK  KATI-S   Use Vernon &  Nelson Co/s Lines  Spokane, Rossland  and Republic.  RATES TO OTHER STATIONS  Proportionately Low.  ALMSTROM & BERG, Tkops.,     7  Fine Wines,  Liquors and Cgars.  DOMINION AVENUE,    .    -       -       -       -.'    PHOENIX, B. C.  THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  'Established 1^67.  PAID-UP-CAPITAL $6,0000.00,  f.Six Alillion Dollars.]  rest,.. ..... .'���;.....'... $1,000,000  President...... . ilo.v. Geo. A. Cox.  General Manager. 7 ������ . 1$. E. Walker.  Ass't. Cieivl Manager. J.H. Pi.uMJ.iEi...  'J'his Lianlc has the largest number 70  branches of any bank in Canncla, with  agencies nt New York,  Chicago, New,  Orleans, Skagway and Dawsr n City.  Accounts of Corporations, Merchants  and Individuals received on favorable  terms.   .  Drafts, Commercial Credits, Travelers' Credits and Circular Notes issued  available in any part of the world...,  Approved Notes Discounted; Collections niade.        "       -   -    '  A general Hanking  business tran-T  sacted.  Greenwood Branch,.   DA. CAMERON,  Manager.  MAiRK TRACY  City Scavenger.   _AJIj2r.deb.. pcsiupt!y-nitcHdcd to.  Office, Standard Ave.,  PHOENIX, B. C.  The__  Choice wines, liquors, and cigars always in stock.  Board by day or week. One trial and you will remember  The Maple Leaf Forever. ,": v  J. B. BOYLE,  The Druggist  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 manv friends   Mandelf P*op.  OLD IRONSIDES AVE  PHOENIX, U. C.  TteYaie-CotumM& Lumber Co*  ; ^; LIMITED. .</.  Manufacturers of all kinds off'  Rotfgh and Dressed Ltanfcer, Lath, Shingles,  Mouldings and Turnings.:  Our Present M11.1. and Yards are Located as Follows:  Nakusp mill and vard  Robson    "     "   ' "  Rossland    "     "       "  Ymir  "     "  Greenwood���Gen'l oftice^���mill and  yards.  I'hoenix. ...;:,  Eholt No. 1 ...'  Eholt No. 2..'.  I lead wood  Rock Creek..,  Long Lake. . ..  .7. .mil! and yard.  We are also prepared to deliver lumber to any mining camp.  Our Company is enabled to Supply any order without delay  Becoming Independent.  A significant feature of the  present  campaign in  Yale-Cariboo is the  apparent  lack of  interest ol   th  paper.      While   the  majority  papers are professedly  AND SOO LINE.  ��a'st. i  Operates 1  FAMOUS  West  "Imperial  Limited^  Fast daily train between Alantic.-ind  Pacific.  With direct connecting services to  and from Boundary Creek and Kettle  River districts.  First-class sleepers on all trains from  Arrowhead and Koptcnny landing.  Tourist cars pass Medicine Hat  daily for St. Paul, Saturdays for Montreal and Boston; Mondays and Thursdays' for Toronto. Same cars pa>s  Revelstoke one day earlier.  Ex Sun          Daiiy train Ex Sun  11.45 'v-* . .-Gree.iwood.. 7. .ar22.3o  12.12 Iv..... , .Eholt. ar 22.02  For rates, tickets, and full information apply to agents at Greenwood  or  Eholt, Dr  W.F. Anderson-;        E.J.Covi.k,  Trav. Pass. Agent, A.G.P.Agt.  Nelson, JS.C.   Vancouver, JJ.C.  news-  of the  conservative,  yet there is very little in the editorial  columns that would seem to indicate  their political inclinations. Indeed, it  seems as if the press was gradually  drifting in the direction of independence. This may be accounted for by  the fact that neither the papers nor  the people arc any longer content to  have their politics made for them by a  few self-seeking politicians whose only  aim is to secure preferment and the  spoils of office. It maybe we are  coming to that point when party lines  willbe completely obliterated.���Nelson Economist.  The Western Produce Company, of  which A. C. Musgrove was manager,  has closed its Greenwood business.  It is stated that the conipetion of those  bringing in farm, garden and diary  produce from the Big Hend '.'.ou'itry  and the American Okanogan mi inter  fered  th  worth its while to remain in  the town, i  If you <Io business, ont'ynnl,  one mil!* orotic thonsnud from  this office,   iiml   linvc   Mime*  tlliUK losell ill 11 millillK com-  yOvVyV   munity, yon can ninlic your  ���'l//'jJJ lliroiiRli <Ik* l'liofiiix I'ioneer.  A\ll(i/| Ami   more.      Yon    ciinnot  ^wl eovtl 1'lioeiii.v nnd tliecoiitif,'-  ^55^ uous   f.-rowi.i',*   camps   tlior-  7/^\\\\ ��"��h'5' if-vi"'��   "ot  ,,!ic "-'  i/Alll I'i0,,l"M'  \\i Oil    y[vu: mc ''"'c>cs ��"1 (1'"'y'  Wlll'/i "ceklv anil monthly over the  ?-w''l| l'hoeni-*: spur of the C. I'. K.  ^ira^J 'hi\n from ��H ��'hcr iloiiniinry  c.imps comhiueil. 1 u> you  kiinw wlint that means >  do  business   with  Can  vou "������  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  miniti'r camp of the Boundary. There are yet many promising prospects well worthy of business like  exploitation.  Phoenix itself and the camps to which it i.s the nearest banking and business  point, are now shipping 3,500 tons of gold-copper ore per week, or I 32,500 tons  per year.  The Knob Hill and Old Ironsides, situated in the very heart of the town, are  alone shipping 300 tons daily, or 2,100 tons per week.  The B. C. mine is shipping 150 tons daily, or over 1,000 tons \vceklj\  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  mining camps of British Columbia, outside of Rossland.  Yet Phoenix i.s only in its earliest infancy.  For further information, address,  ,d the American Okanogan   ��. inter-  HM���  red   with   the    company's   l-iisine.ss|/|lAi  ^  at there was not enough to  make it j ^\^-.;-<W%;.^��^a;*:^^  Phokxix, B. C.  Spokane Falls  and Northern  NELSON 4 FORT SHEPPARD. RED MOUNTAIN RAILWAY CO.  The  only  all-rail   route  between  all  points cast, west and south  To Rossland, Nki.sonjaxp  am. Intkr.mediatk Points  Connecting at Spokane with the  Great Northern, Northern Pacific and  the O. R. & N. Co.  Connects at Nelson with steamer for  Kaslo and all Kootenai lake points.  Connects at Meyers' Kalis with stage  daily for Republic, and connects at  Bossburg with stage daily for Grand  Forks and Greenwood.  Leave                      Day Train                      Arrive  10:35 n. m.                  Spokane                  7:10 p.  12:05 p. m."                 Kosslaiitl                 5:30 p. in.  9:30 a. 111.                     Nelson                     8:00 p. m.  Night Train,  9:^5 p. in.                   Spokane                   7-0��i a. in.  i::ro 11. in.                    Rosslaiui                   6.30 a. in.  }]. A. Jackson,  General Passenger Agent.  o��of��e��eosooit-io��*if��������ett  ?                                2  0  0  a  a  a  ���  Smoke  ���  ��  a  ���  a  ���  0  ���  ���  ���  KELOWNA  0  a  a  a  a  o~  0  ���  ���  e  0  a  CIGARS.  0   0  a  0  a  a  a  e  e  UNION MADE  e  a  ���  ;                                ��  ��oc*C9ca��eoaaeeeo��eeoec��ee  E. C KEITH,  Insurance and  Real Estate...  Dominion- Avkni.k, PHOENIX, B. C.  .U'.ENT KOK  Candada Life Ins. Co.  London and Lancashire Life Ins.  Co.  Dominion of Canada   Guarantee  and Accident Ins. Co.  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Brcakenridge, Selling  Townsite.  Agents Original Phoenix  ','.���-   <:,  PAPER   l,ATi:sT DEMONS   Q Q  Books of Every  cription.  o���o  Choice Line of Confectionery.  o���o  IMPORTED AND DOMES-  TIC CIGARS.  fife Ores. J Smith  PHOEXIX, n. c  ]. A. Mori in, of the well known  fiim of Mori in & Thompson, took a  well earned vacation this week and  visited the Spokane Exposition.  Editor Ro.ss, of the Greenwood  'i'imes, has made the diseoveiy that  Phoenix is a "dinner bucket" town.  He is ceitainly a gentleman of discernment.  Alex. Hcndeison, the jeweller,  has  just completed  a neat oue-stoiy office  w,lll>e iolf 2Zuol,h"!^  lime tallies generally  alteied,   the old  ^   .  winter    si hednle   {,0111*;  into   effect.'   ���       '  Phoeniv jjcojile should  reteixe  Rossland and Nelson mail late in the altei-  noon ol the same day it is sent.  On Sunday last a gang of uoilmen  with hoarding cais weie taken down to  Midway whete they  have  since lieen  employed in laying about  a (piaitei ot 1  a mile of pipe  line  Ioi   water  supply  pin poses, the well sunk i*e.n   the  big  tank   not giving sultu n m   water   foi  locomotives and  other i.ulway   needs.  About five miles  west  of Midway,  near the Ingrhn tanch, theie is a  part  of the main  mad to Uoek   cieek  and  Camp McKinney which first describes  a hoiseshoe to the top of a bianch and  then theie is a steep-giade down off it  on the othei side.   'To effect  an im-  piovement heie    Mi.   C.  /K.  Shaw,  C. &., lias  leccived   instiuctions to  take tlie necessaiy.levels to  piovide  for a less ciicuitous load and an easier  giade.  This intended alteiation should  not involve a large outlay and yet i\il!  avoidasteepii.se  which   is trying to  teams with heavy loads.  ;**WWMWYlto  HARDWARE  DEPARTMENT  S A complete stock of Pipe,Steel, Iron and Fittings, Capital Cylinder Oil, 600 W. Cylinder Oil,;  Crow's'Nest Coal, Bennet Fuse, Giant and Hamilton Powder, California Caps, Queen Heaters in  Endless Varieties.������'��� ttttttttUt1*ttUUXXUUt  (iROGERY DEP^RTHENT  building, adjoining M.  McHean & Co.,  which  he will  on Dominion avenue,  occupy himself.  J. 15. Doyle,  the  diuggist,  is  now-  settled at   bis   new   location   in   the  Braves-Williams building, where Geo.  I. Dey, the Jeweler,   also occupies a  .���art of the store.  Rev. John Rae, formeily of Thed-  ,~Jij[il .,Qn!-jrios^��,a,s a.visitor Jn���Aawn^  j  Wednesday.     lie   was   foimerly   in  I charge of a   Presbyterian   church  in  the Rainy River distiict.  Provincial Constable  Dinsmore/of j    Rev. Hector McKay,  formerly lo-  le Local Grist  Grand Foiks, was in town last Wednesday.  Dr. G. S. Gordon has icmoved to  his new suite.of 1001ns over the post  office.'  , J. E. Meagher is putting up a good  sired addition to his building near  Viist stieet.  H.E. Mitchell, the Phoenix tailor,  is showing a fine line of fall and winter suitings and oveicoatings.  Dr. Mathison spent 'Wednesday and  Thinsday of this week at his dental  office in the Graves-Williams block.  Harry 1'elJ i.s building a comfortable residence on Old Iionsidcs avenue, near Vaughan & Mclnnes''Stoie.  ],ast night the Mineis' Union of  Greenwood, gave a ball, and theie was  a good sized attendance from Phoenix.  Quite a number of business firms  from other towns are figuiing on opening up in Phoenix���where the mines  are.  J. ,A. McKinnon, assistant general  manager  of  the  Eastern 'Townships  Hank, was a ,visitor  to., Phoenix  this  ''week.   " ,  \r Mrs. \V. L. Ross and son'Giiy left  on Monday's train for a visit to Spokane where the young man will enter  school.  " Mrs. C. W. Abbott, local manager  for the Columbia Telephone Co., re  turned rTlmrsday from a visit to the  Spokane Exposition.  Dr. Rr.ll. Voucher, physician for the  Miner-Graves , syndicate, now occupies his new and commodious offices  in the Graves-Williams block.  rated at Eholt, will occupy the Pies-  liyterian pulpit in Phoenix tomonow  morning nnd evening���and for a  couple of weeks piobably.  McRae Bros. & Smith, the station-  eis, moved this week to their new location in the Graves-Williams block.  The V. fr. N. Telephone exchange  will remain at the old location, in  charge of XV. M. Crane.  Eaily in the week E: H. Thurston,  of Greenwood, was advertising for 200  men for road woik up the west fork of  Kettle river. Application for employment was to be made at Westbridge,  about ten miles above Rock creek.  Wednesday evening the infant son  of Steve Swanson, shiit boss at the Old  lionsides, was christened by Rev. -\V.  ���A. Robins; of Greenwood. '1'he boy's  name is Aimer Phoenix Swanson; he  was the first child born in Phoenix.  ���The Ladies' Aid of the Picsbyter-  ian chinch are preparing for another  .social to be held in the school house  On Piiday. October 19th. A short  programme will be given and  refresh-  DR. MATHISON.  DENTIST  Crndunle I'tnnsjlvniii.-i College of Dentnl  Surgery, Philadelphia, l'n. Licentiate of Hrltish  Coinnibin.  GRAVES-WILLIAMS BLOCK,  l'HOKNIX, Ii. C.  Over llank of Commerce, Grcemvoo 1.  Columbia I'lione No. 16  Kciulciice No. 10. "  Vernon & Nelson, No. 8j.  Telephone  incuts.  Greenwood  nnd   make appoint-  OEO;7En5E9  Imported and Dqmestic"Suods of all Descriptions.  CrosseandBlackwell's Assorted Pickles, Assorted Jams, Esseiice Anchovies, Mushroom' Catsup,  Potted  Anchovies  aud;Blpaters:. A fresh lot McLaren's; Imported Cheese, Gillards Relish Salad Dressing, Mustard  and  Horseradish  aud a hundred and oneother Unparalleled table delicacies the; stomach craves for.  T. H. Richards, Proprietor.      0   ��    a    m    m  ���   Cor. Knob Hill Ave. and First Street  Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars.      )  piniiag'Room in Connection.' - - -  PHOENIX, B. C.  D.w. McDonald  Piumbing  dttb Work Promptly 'Attended* to.  I'hoenix street (Hack of l'ostoffice.   "���J)  *& Tinning  Phoenix, B. C.  WATCHMAKER  jilD JEWELER...  Special attention given to fine repair  work.   Give me a call.  Graves-Williams Building,  First St:, Phoenix; B.C.  The  The  . A. Jj. b  First Class in Kvery Respect  Ameiicnn ami Kuropcnu Plans  AH are cordially   in-  J.   H.     Blome, "photographer  Grand Porks, is .spending two or three  weeks in Phoenix, and will be glad to  see his many old fiiends>heie.  Reid Croweli returned a few days  since from a trip to Spokane, where  he was called to give testimony in a  law Miit by Col. I. N. Peyton. ,  Geo. XV. Wooster, of Spokane,  treasurer of the Miner-Graves syndicate companies, has been spending  6ome days in Phoenix this ueek.  . J. 11. Ashdown, the several times  miJh'onaire hardware merchant, of  Winnipeg, was shown around town  this week by his old friend, Thos.  Hardy. .Mr. Ashdown was not a little  pleased at the evidences of permanent  prosperity in Phoenix.  ments served:  vited  ��� H.C. PofT, travelling representative of the Sun Life, of Montieal, with  headquarters at Vancouver, was in  town several days this week. He expects to move his office to this section  before long, and thinks most lavor-  ably of locating in Phoenix.  Two or three months since, Dr.  Forin came from Nelson to Greenwood  to endeavor to establish himself in the  latter town. A trial has shown hi in that  theie is not room for another doctor  in Greenwood, so last Tuesday the  worthy doctor returned to Nelson,  of j which town is,   he say.s, good enough  Harness  and Saddlery...  of all kinds. Will guarantee satisfaction to every  customer.    Good team  harness complete from $4*>  up. Single harness, $12 up  Horse 'blankets, Sweatpads*  collars, whips,' etc., at lowest prices.   All mail orders  promptly attended to   Ii. 0. SMITH, Grand Forks.  IMPERIAL  Hotel  r.lghtecl wilh Klcctricity  llentcil with Hot ^ir  Hats, Dry Goods,  and Shoes.  Boot!  argtl  Table Board, $7 per Week.  E. WEEKS, Prop. PHOENIX, B. C.  Metropolitan    ��j# *��  Barber Shop.  R. I. MILES, Prop.  Under Metropolitan Hotel  Come and look over onr elegmit selection, just arrived,  Imported and Domestic Fancy    All-Wool    Flail  Shirts and white Dress Shirts,  before  buying else-  where.    Also the par excellent  Stetson  Hats���1  stock.  We have a fine line of Carpets, to close out at low  prices,!  Shoes for Men and Boys, Ladies, Girls and Children at Bed'  Rock Prices, and don't you forget it.  CHAS. SEARS,  Manwgfk.  Baths 50c, 3 for $ J.00  ��� ������4*�� ��*��-�����*��***���**�����*���**��+**-;  JTV7HEN you have aj  I   "   Suit or   Overcoat!  ��� made to order, you want;  | the  best goods aud   the |  ��� best fit that money can*  I buj\ You always get;  | that and nothing else of j  *���*�� ��� *���������� ���������������������������������������  for him. There are still five doctors  left in Greenwood, so sick people still  have that many to choose from when  they require medical attendance.  Rough and  dressed - - -  LUMBER  LATH and SHINGLES.  Can Ship Promptly to Any Point  Correspondence   Solicited  Alt orders will Receive  Prompt Attention, ��� ��� ���  <^R SPRAGGETT,  Telephone No. 10 A.   GRAND FORKS, B.C.  DR. MACDONALD,  DENTIST/  Graduate Femu>lrauia  College of Dental  Surgery, Philadelphia.  Office in Shend's Blocfc.  Grand Forks B. C.  Telephone 90, Vernon and Nelson.  ! he. MITCHELL!  I Merchant Tailor...' - j  ������+���*������*������������������������ *��*�����*+**��*.��,, ���*������������.��** ���*���������*��++��*, j  OUR NEW GOODSJ  nrp    hpnii t-i<-��c        Wi=v��  PALACE HOTEL Fir8^ss ^ftaurant  ���������  ���"        in Connection.  First Street, near Knob Hill ave., Phoenix,  E. C.  Finest of Wines, liquors and Cigars. Open Day and Night  KEYES & DELISLE        - -        Praetors.     '  The Town  #  ^-  PHOENIX  ���m  i  are beauties. Wer  , can SUIT 3'ou to your!  : satisfaction in the choic-l  : est fabrics made. Come!  ! in and talk it over, and:  : examine our stock. !  : t  :  Dominion Avenue.  PHOENIX, British Columbia.  !'  -+**�������������+*++*���-  ������������-��������������-���������*-  >���*����������������***++*��,  V^��*  J\*  & Go,f  HAY, GRAIN, FEED, Etc.  .DEALERS IN.  All of our goods are now arriving by rail to Phoenix aud we are, therefore, prepared to quote right  -prices. ' No need to go to Greenwood or 'elsewhere.  Let us give you figures.    Wheat just received.  Strtiidnrd  Avenue.  # # 0 * ��  Chas. A, McClfmg & Co<  In the Heart of Famous Greenwood Camp J  -H-M-f4*f-f4+*f44  The Coming Rossland of  The Dry Goods Man  Has just Received Extensive additions  to his Stock, consisting of ...  0*99  0  A?1 111  If you want the  best and latest  in the line of : :  eee  It's a plain business proposition, that of buying a  and Plaids for Tailor-Made Suits and some Plaid Skirt Lengths    [ StetSOe Hat  Complete line of Children's Goods,  Consisting of   HOODS, MITTS, INPANTEES, BOOTEES, TAMS, ETC. r  bet  New Millinery Stock Expected about October 15.  ooooo  MICHAEL McBEAN & CO.,  ���reunion Ave., near Postoffice, PHOENIX,  JO.  For the slight extra cost you  more than its equivalent in���  etter materials, extra wear, superior character and appearance.  We can show you a full Hne.  Half of them are the new styles  which have just been received.  The other,Half is composed of.  those ."'Stetson", "boss raw  edge" ^soyt hats which have  ms'de thb rnaKefs famous. '.They  are always. in. style. ���  ������������M**M**f*'>.M**f+  250 Feet from the Brooklyn Plant. '  One-Half mile from the Ironsides and Knob Hill mines,  Railroad .no-w being completed passes through the town  Centre of six of the most prominent mines in the enW  Boundary, all of which are producers.    Plenty of pure wattf  from lake on the property.  Remember tliat no office in the Bound,  diary cnn give you better satisfnclion thnn  the JOB DKI'ARTMKNTorilie   PHOENIX  PIONEER.  NEAT .... .  CLEAN . . . .  ATTRACTIVE  That is the Mnd'that pays.  That is the kind you want.  That is the hind WE DO.  For Prices ami Terms, apply to  ii ndit    ��f. 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