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Array -,-u inrniug cimp In the Boundary f�� at-  tr,icti "s mo?e attention than  >PHOENIX ^  lfiouwi��h lo receive the mining and  ������riieral iicwuortliUcainpoudthe Humidor*,   bulmcribe to the FHOHNIX Pio��kk��.  During the year 1900,100,000 TON*.  OF Ode were ahtppcd from the mines of  .* PHOENIX j��  For the fint five months of 1901 over  90,000 tons or ore were shipped, or at the  rate of-no^ootons annually. '  Devoted to the Interests of the. Boundary Mining District.  Vol. II.  I'HOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA. 'SATURDAY, OCTOBER \9)   U)0i.  No. 49.  The HUNTER-KENDRICK CO.'S  Bemoval Sale  Wc wish to inform our numerous and  prospective  our large and increasing tra Je Ins force J u*> to seek  customers  that  argerand more  in ivin ' into our   new  NOW WAITING  Dominion Copper Co. Temporarily Suspends Operations  BUT  PUMPS   ARE   KEPT   RUNNING  com 11 >liou> i|Uirter*> an J   tint  wj  inteil  STORK in the NEW BANK BLOCK, Corner ot Knob  Hill  ave.  "and First street al>out the 1st of November.  We will give you a chance to   buy  jour   FALL and  WIN'IKR  ���OoodsjiUJRBA'l'I.Y RKDUCFD PRICKS.    I'u'l lines of  Nobby   Gent's ���Furnishings.    Fall and Heavy  Winter Overcoats  Just (he thing you want in \  Ties and Collars, etc.  In our (iroceiy Depaitment  you will find that every tiling  in sliictly first class.  Fresh Fruit  Produce,  hand.  etc.  constantlv  on  We cat ry tlie most complete  line in the City of  Boots and Shoes  And Don't Poiget  our  Iresli  fiom thclactoiy  Granby Rubbers.  All grades and styles at'/ero  pi ices.  Full linen ol  Hardware  Mini gmii] Building Supplies  Tain ���, Oils, etc.*  Orders Came From  ���Mr. Breea to  Coast. .  Toronto Last Tuesday  Baflld a Smelter at (be  Our Large and Rapidly Increasing Trade speaks for itself  as to the Satisfaction We are rendering our CUSTOMERS. We guarantee that OUR PRICES cannot be beat  in the city or district.  I niHlDldl (0.; li*'!  General   Meicliants, Old Iionsides Avenue, Phoenix.  Morrin, Thompson  (Si Co., * * Store News  Last Tuesday J. L. Parker, superintendent of the Dominion Copper Co.  in this camp, teceived a dispatch from  Senator George'A. Cox, ol Toronto,  president ol the company, 01 deling the  liiooklyn, the only mine that corporation has been working of late, closed.  No explanation is forthcoming as to  the actual cause of the shut down, and  die public will have to do a little more  at the same kind of guessing, which  has been its only resource in the past,  about the operations of this practically  close corporation. Notices were posted  at the mine Tuesday, and the whistle  was heard for the last time that day  I'he accountant, watchman and a  couple of pumpmen are the only ones  retained, the latter to keep the workings Iree of water.  When the Dominion Copper Co's.  pi operties were started early in last  December, James Breeri was incharge,  and it was given out that he had made  airangenients with the .chief share  holders of the company, to do sa)  $ioo,oco worth of development un the  pio|>eriies of the company, and atso to  build a smelter to tieat the company's  ores; in return for this he was lo receive a certain laige block ol the  company's stock.  Work was undertaken and was push  ed with great vigor for several months  on the liiooklyn, Stemwinder, Idaho  and Rawhide, and those in u position  to know assert that eveiy one ol" these  pionerties weie in splendid shape from  an ore standpoint, when they were  closed. All the way from $10,000 to  $15,000 a month was spent, and something, like > $20,0do woi tli��� of-*- new  machinery was'bought for the properties  'I his was the situation up to three  months ago, when Mr. ,Bieen was last"  in Thoenix, At that time, the site of  the pro|>osed smelter was undei con  sideration, and rumors were soon  current that Mr. Hreen and the'Toronto directois of the company could not  agree on the location ol the reduction  works���in fact they diametrically  disagreed. Then Mi. Hreen, for reasons  best known to himself, made himsell  hard to find, either in the west or in  the east. As a result., orders at the  mine were soou coming fiom kthe  company's old officers, and the wherewithal to keep the Brooklyn running  came Iroin'the same'souice, For the  ast couple of months the force at  woik has been cut to about 25 or 30,  and expenses Kept at a mini num. For  all these sudden changes the local  management could or would make no  explanation.  May Be Resumed Soon.  It is an encouiaging sign that the  order from headquarters does not call  for pulling out the pumps, as was the  case in March, 1900, when the  Brooklyn was shut down before. 'This  is taken tcj mean thatyit i.s more than  likely that in the near future the pro*  pei ty will resume operations. Inasmuch  as 'developmenthas only been carried  on in a desultory manner for some  little time past, it is confidently believed that when work is started again  it will be on a beflerand larger basis.  As a matter of fact, the Brooklyn, as  well as tlie other properties of the  Dominion Copper Co., are looking  better today than ever before, and  have much more ore in sight and  blocked out. A.,large amount of  machinery has been,installed this year,  and this will doubtless all be required  and more too.  '     ':     .  Breen (0 Build Another Smeller.  It appears that although Mr. Hreen  has been dropped out ofthe Dominion  Copper Co.s' councils, he will at once  pioceed.with the erection of another  smelter. In this connection the following appears in a.' late issue of the  Spokesman-Review: ,  'The plan which has been under  consideration by James Hreen for the  erectiou of a smelter in the Boundary  country, has been brought to an end.  The smelter will not be built. It is  understood that there was some disa-  greement-in regard to ' the enterprise  between Mr. Hreen and his associates,  Mackenzie & Mann, railway contractors, who are part owners of the  Brooklyn*1'group in the Boundary  country.  It was to treat the ores ofthe Brook-  yii group that the smelter was planned.  Mr. Hreen. whose experience with the  Trail and Northport smellers, gave  him unusual knowledge of Biitish  Columbia copper ores, was retained to  carry out the enterprise. He is back  from Toronto and the east; where,  after a conference with the principal  backers ol the enterprise, it was decided to cancel all plansi  Mr. Brcen, however, is going ahead   nr-j   with the plans for buil*' <>& a sineltei.  He and David l^otleiingliam, long  associated with him, in smelling enter  prises, and Hermann Bellinger, superintendent of the .Heinze smelter at  Butte, have completed plans for  building a smelter-onUhe east coast of  Vancouver island, 40 mites north of  Victoria, B. C. It will have an initial  capacity of about '300't'ons per day.  Two stacks wiii be constructed at the  start, t'lans will be made for increasing the capacity as'iqst as; ore can, be  secured. Hermann'J Bellinger will  leave the Heinfe smelters a( Butte to  accept the supervision of the metallurgical department.'} .Messrs*..Breen,  Votheiingham andi'^IJinger will furnish  '*- funds for the \ ejntej prise.    u'"***  I  the  Woik  will be commenced at once.1'  Caawlitfitloa lijstill Likely,  'Those best informed,'believe that  there is considerable'likclihood of the  consolidation going thiough of the  Dominion Copper Co's. properties whh  other Boundary mines, as related in  the Pioneer two Weeks ago. li,i is  pointed out that, tho company, i|ow  that the Breen s-melfer^project seems  to be definitely ���jfff...a.'tt\' more willing  than ever to make spnie combination  with a smelting concern for the treatment of their oie product, and if it can  be dune by the consolidation of,severnl  large mines, such as the, B.C., Moihei  Lode, Brooklyn.'etc,^ it( wiii make a  strong combination, that would be of  the greatest benefit'^ the-owners -aiid  the entire Boundary country. However,  nothing definite in this .rhattfet1' is yet  given out or obtainable.   ^d4   PROCEEDINGS OF <?ITV COUNCIL.  Water aad  Light M\tt��ig Called lor this  Evenlof la McMillaa Block.  i >  Wednesday evening the regular  weekly meeting of thetity council was  held, theie being present Aldermen  Punch, Marshall, Clark, Morrin, Roj  and Mayor Rumberger." Mr. Punch  wished the minutes pf the previous  meeting corrected -showing lhat he  voted against the payment of the balance to Bell 8i McHeath, as recommended by the specialcomniittee.  'The following bills were ordered  paid: Pioneer Tub. Co., $6; J. B.  McAulay, $t; V. & N. Teleplone Co.,  $6.30; Hunter-Kendridk Co., $9*80.  _, By-Law* No. ,38 was-.paised the last  time. /  Alderman Marshall and Roy moved  lor a public meeting to be held S.itui-  "day"evening, Ckt. 19th, in the McMillan block, to discuss the water and  light amendment by-law, on which the  latepayers will vote - next Monday.  The motion passed unanimously, and  the city clerk has posted notices to  that effect.  Laat Saturday's Meeting;.  No meeting of the city council was  held last week until Saturday night.  City Engineer Blunt, who is soon to  leave the city, handed in his resignation,  and the application of S. Sansonie for  the same position was read and filed.  'The report of the special committee  on the recent street 'grading contiact  was read and accepted, and a settlement ordered made with the contractor  111 accordance therewith.  On recommendation of the finance  committee the following accounts were  ordeied paid :  W. H. Dtxksti-artVr    * 0 00  W. H. Bell     �� 00  Butte Caff   ,  16 10  J. Campbell.....: .5 26  J. Dei-hum    500  "Hi K. Blunt...........  .20 50  JohnGiay . .i.         7 50*  Temporary loan By-Law No. 28, for  the purpose of raising $500, was read  the first time.  By-Law No. 18 was laid over for  o e week.     '.���'���'���*  Orders were issued that the chief of  police should a'c once take proceedings  against those who had failed, to pay  their traders' and other licenses, and  after deciding to hypothecate $3,000  in waterworks bonds for the purpose of  raising $i,oob for one year, the council  adjourned.  SHOULD PASS  Water and Light Franchises  Amendment By-Law.  WILL BE VOTED ON NEXT MONDAY  Ratepayer* Wfli Have Privilege ol Expri using  Their .Opinion! al City Office on Thia  , Important Measure.  E. W. Mathews, Nelson representative of R. G. Dun & Co., paid his  semi-annual visit to Phoenix last 'Tuesday, accompanied by W. F. Teetzel,  of the same city. Both -gentlemen  were agreeably surprised at the. progress made in Phoenix since their last  visit.  Next Monday, fiom 8 a. ni. to 4 p.  in. the ratepayers of Phoenix will have  an opportunity of expressing then np-  pioval or otherwise of the Water and  Electric Light Franchises By Law  No. 37, the lull text of which will be  found on ihe last page of this issue ol  the Pioneer 'The < bject ol the by-law-  is to amend cl.iu es 6 and 13 of bylaw No. 24, which was the by-law  passed last July and assented to by  the latepayers, by which a franchise  lor putting in water and light was  gianted tfl"Jay P.' Graves ' and associates for a period of 25 years.  As is well known by the lesidentsof  this city, the water problem is the  most.vexed public question that any  city in the province has yet had to  deal with, fiom the fact that the city  is located so high that water is none  too plentiful, and it is not believed the  available supply will last more than a  few yeais if tlie giowth of the place is  anything like that anticipated. Consequently it was thought wise by the  city fatheis to couple the water and  light franchises together, as it is also  well known that the electric light  system can easily be made to pay a  good letuin on the investment.  Mi. Giaves, Mr. Flumerfelt and Mi.  Willia.ns were granted the franchise,  and the granting wasendoised by the  people at the polls. 'The fianchise  contained a piuvision that if the pio-  moters should fail to supply sufficient  watei from the present sources then  the s)stem and plant shoUd be foi-  t'eited to the city. When Mr. Flumer-  felt saw this he declined to go on with  tti'e'matteff saying he coiild not induce  fiiends to invest in stock in a company  that might lose all it had at any time.  Consequently, the soliciioi lor the  piomoteis and the city solicitor framed  an amendment that the city council  were satisfied was in the interests ol  the city and also satisfied the pio  moters. 'This amendment is the one  to be voted on next Monday.  By the amendment lefened to it is  piovided that should the promoters  tail to supply watei at any tune within  five yeais, then the city shall have the  privilege ot buying both the watei and  light s)stems by paying the cost of the  same and allowing the promoters ten  per cent, inteiest on their investment,  ll aftei five yeais, then the icily shall  meiely pay the value ot the systems,  as may be detei mined under the arbi-  tration,.ict. In other words, under  the origin.il agreement the city ni'ght  get the water system for nothing, alter  it had pioved a failuie���provided the  piomoters go on with it���but the most  valuable asset, the electiic light lian-  chise, would be retained by the piomoters ; while, by the amendment, il  it carries nexrXMonday, the city, can  acquire both systems at the end of five  years by payment of their value. 'The  original agreement, as drawn up, has  not yet been signed.  'There appears lo be an idea in some  quarters that there is a gentleman in  the wood pile somewhere, and for  some reason this idea has a few adherents. However, none of'them have  yet pointed it out. One thing that is  alleged is that the Greenwood Electrii  Co.-w.ili sell its system in Phoenix to  the new company, and receive stock in  payment therefor. But why that  should trouble any one it i.s not easy  to see, 'The average man does not  caie particularly who owns the .stock,  provided the water and light people do  as they agree. 'The Greenwood Electric Co. have been lighting the city 01  Phoenix for nearly two years, and no  one should know better than its managers whether it [lays or not, and if they  can acquire a block  of stock   in   the  new company, they certainly have a  light to do .so, and the promoters have  a right to sell to them or anyone  else.  'The mayor and the city council  have put in a good many days and  weeks on this question, and have done  the best they know how for the good  of the city. 'They have recommended  this amendment to the people, believing (Mat, all things considered, it is for  the interest of the city to pass it. ,'The  Pioneer is of the same opinion.  Meeting lo Coniider Water and Lif'it Mailers.  'Tuesday evening a meeting was held  in th? McMillan block, to consider the  water and light matters by the rate-j  pajeis, but the attendance was small.  Neil Stuait was asked to take the chair,  and R.B. Reir, the city solicitor, explained the situation. Remarks were  made by 'T. J. Haidy, A. P. McKenzie,  Win, Delahay and others, including  the chaiiman, all of whom seemed to  think that there wa> something that  had not been explained to the  satisfaction  of the ratepayers.  As will be noted in another column,  a meeting has been formally called by  the city council for tonight at the  McMillan block, and the city officials  paitictilaily request the attendance of  any who aie inteiested in the matter.  OPEN MONDAY  Golden Crown Pumps  Will  be Started Then.  D. It MJNCANSON IS SUPERINTENDENT  Start Tuesday for Old Eaglaad.  Messrs. M.S. Aldham and Hugh  R. Blunt, engineers and surveyors,  who have made their home in Phoenix  for the past two years, will start next  'Tuesday on a tup to Cornwall, England, their old home. Leaving by the  C. P. R., they will take in the Buffalo  exposition, and large eastern cities,  sailing from New York on the 6th of  November by the steamship Majestic,  one of the finest vessels afloat. 'The  many friends of these gentlemen wish  them a pleasant trip, and that they  mav return in due time to take up  their residence here once more.  Well Kmwi WeMaftWCaMp Mlae Will be  Uawatered, aid Development Surfed  With Km Least Possible Delay.  Double Wedding ol Phoenix People.  A pretty double wedding took place  in the Methodist church in Greenwood, Wednesday morning, Oct. 16th,  when Heibert Eugene Tatham, ol  Phoenix, bur foi met ly of Magog, Que.,  was united in marriage to Miss Lizzie  Willows of Magog, Que., and Richard  Silverthome of Phoenix was united to  Miss Adella Isabel 'Tatham, ol Phoenix, and��-foriiierly of*-Magog, Quel  Rev. J. D. P. Knox, pastor of the  Greenwood Methodist church, performed the ceiemony. The bridal  couples left on the tram for a short  wedding trip to Nelson, and will make  their homes in Phoenix on their return, both grooms being in the employ  of the  Granby Co.  Victoria Hotel Opens Tonight.  The Victoria Hotel, on Old Ironsides avenue, will be opened tonight  under entiiely new management for  business in all departments. The house  was leased this week by Joseph N.  Gillis and John Forrest, both being  well known heie. Mr. Gillis, who is  the manager, is an old hotel man, and  is well known in this camp and all  thiough the Boundary. 'The domestic  depaitment will be undei the experiences supeivision of Mis. Gillis,  which is �� guarantee that it will be all  light. 'This hotel is the laigest hostelry  in the city, and as the new lessees  undeistand their business, the Victoria  will doubtless b: moie popular than  ever befoie.  Pjfe-a-^SiriBffi^  PHOBNIX BRANCH  SHIPMENTS.  The following table gives the ore shipments of Phoenix Branch and other nonndary  mines lor 1900, for the past week, for 1901. and the total to date:-  Old Ironsides, Knob Hill  and Victoria  64-533  B. C. Mine  19,494  Golden down ..,  2,500  Winnipeg.   1,075  Athelstan...  ,.   1,200  Snowshoe,  297  Brooklyn. .  '5��  R. Bell  ....  'Totals, tons  89.249  Mother Lode. Deadwood,  Sunset, "  No. 7, Central........  King Solomon, Copper..  Other Boundary mines..  Grand Totals, tons,,.  *wre$i^  5.340  ,180  97>769  Week.  5>'48  780  60  6,008  1,822  35  180  >��45  m&m&W?^0^&  Editor Nearly Lost His Home.  Wednesday morning at 3 o'clock  fire broke out in the. residence . of W.  Willcox, on Grey Eagle avenue, the.  first notice being the awakening of the  family by the presence of smoke. As  quickly as possible the Phoenix Volunteer Fire Department, with Chief  Hemenway in the lead, arrived On the  scene, .md by the hardest kind ol  work, when the task seemed impossible,  succeeded in confining the flames to  the basement of the house, and finally  extinguishing the fire. 'The basement  was badly burned out, the loss to  building and contents being about  $600, which was insured.  'The editor and his wife desire to  express their appreciation of the efforts  of the department and friends, as without them the place would have been  totally destroyed.  Monday morning the two pumps at  the Golden Crown mine, which have  not done duty for nearly a year, will  be started in operation, and the water  taken out ofthe mine as soon as possible. 'This will probably only require  a couple of weeks, after which the  active work of the property will be  undertaken.  I), H. Duncanson, who was foreman  at the Brooklyn for several months,  and who has been taking a vacation uT  Vancouver and Seattle, arrived Tuesday to ,take the position of general  sxperintendent of the Golden Crown.  Wednesday,' in company with Fred  Nation, ofBrandon, Man., one of the ~  directors of tlie Golden Crown Mines,  Ltd., and VV. f; Porter, of Phoenix,  the largest individual shareholder, Mr.  Duncanson went out to the property,  and arranged the preliminary matters  for the resumptioa of operations. ' At  first but a small force will be employed,  which will be increared gradually, as  men are needed. Late developments  on the Winnipeg, adjoining the Golden  Crown, have been of a most encouraging ' nature, and those in the best  position to judge believe that both of  them will in the near future become  valuable properties.  'This was Mr. Nation's first visit to  Phoenix, and he was very much  pleased wtth the city and the surrounding mines which he visited, as well as  ���with the prospects of the Golden  Crown in particular.  As will be remembered, the Brandon  and Golden,Crown Mining Co., .was  [reorganized- about -three months ago* as  the Golden Crown Mines, Ltd., on an  assessable basis, with the' 6ld shares  paid up to 95 cents per share.  Assessment No. 1 has been generally  met, and the second has been called.  Although the old company has done a  large* amount of development work,  the cost of smelting and freight was  high, and so the concern got into debt  considerably. This debt has now been  provided for, and both freight and  treatment rates are much lower than  when the mine closed operations, in  November, last year.  IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMS.  Church Services Tomorrow.  Presbyterian���Services will be held  as usual at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. 111.  with Sunday School and Bible class at  3 p. 111. Rev. J.'M. Millar, B. A.,  pastor.  Methodist���Service tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock at Miners' Union hall.  Rev. G. A.   Kinney, B. A., pastor.  Church of England���Services will  will be held as usual al St. John's mission, in Hardy-McKenziehall, Dominion avenue. Holy Communion, 8 a.  m., Matins at. ir a.m., and evening  service at 7:30. Rev. P.P. Flewel-  ling, vicar.  Congregational���Preaching service  in the evening at 7:30, at dining room  ofthe Old Ironsides hotel, Rev. David H. Reid, missionary in charge.  Baptist���Rev. R. W. Trotter will  .preach in Masonic hall, Morrison Anderson building, at 7:30 p. m,  Bob-Slelghs,  We have for sale a number of pair  of bob sleighs with good brakes attached.   Yale-Columbia Lumber Co.  Phoenix, B. C, October 18, 1901.  For the last week the Granby smelter treated 4,747 tons of ore, making  a total of 238,192 tous to date.  It is reported that Dr. Hindley of  Minneapolis has organized a company  in that city for the purpose of acquiring the Royal Banner group, Summit  camp," from Di. G. W. Averill, of  Grand Forks, Development work will  be commenced shortly.  'The finals in the handicap tournament of the Phoenix Lawn Tennis  club resulted in.the Henderson cup  beingvwon by Dr. R. B. Boucher,  scratch, from Mr. Joseph Strutzel plus  40, score 16-14, 6-4i 8-ro, 6-3. 'This  event wound up a successful season on  the part of the club.  'The Snowshoe now has 54 men on  the payroll. Of these 27 are at work  on the surface or glory hole, with Bob  Fraser in charge. Last Saturday 'Thos.  Corner was awarded the contract- for  the erection of Supt. Astley's residence,  making five substantial buildings now  being erected at the Snowshoe.  W. Stout, general' manager of the  Dominion Express Co., 'Toronto, G-  Pord, superintendent of Pacific and  Western divisions, of Winnipeg, and  R. Helm, route agent for the same  company, with headquarters at Nelson,  arrived iii camp Saturday, accompanied  by Supt. Wm. Downie.  'The niusical concert, which was announced for last 'Tuesday evening, will  take place sure in the Hardy-McKen-  zie hall next 'Tuesday evening, Oct 22.  By some slip Miss McCoy and Miss  Jean Robinson missed all communications which were addressed to them  thiough the mail, and regretted extremely the disappointment which  their non-appearance here caused.  'These young ladies have just returned  from the coast cities, where they have  won many laurels for themselves, and  without doubt they will be greated by  a bumper house in Phoenix.  Smith Bros., contractors, have been  awarded the contract to build six more  cottages by the Granby Co. 'The new  residences will be for the use ot ��� employees of the company, and are all  spoken for. Each cottage will contain  five rooms and be finished in good,  comfortable shape. 'They will be  located on the slope back of Old Ironsides avenue, and in line with those  erected by the company a year ago.  The contractors will lose no time in  geiting them enclosed before bad  weather sets in.  i t  li.  Is'  I   *  1 *  It;  IP  -1 ��<*  ���*rS  * Mjff! ���*���;  tillli,  riS  imt  'f*W74 "**?*  ?5-tij J! fit  ��� N* ���  >'A 5  <!w ���  111!  . :  Vf 1.S1 "    ���  "���;r.  '*: 7  ���ftr'i.  is;  ;���!>���  ni-l*  7   i f  f -A   '  \   ^j*  M  Mr"  ip'r  ''���'���'.������'.:,' . ESS  '      ' - '    '.        " *��� ;;:.-.'.   "..'.*;LV.7.-;r.C''i fix. THE PHOEMIX PiOtfEBR.  'i'  ��7  /* ������SI  !  The Canadian Bank of Commerce  head office, toronto.  Capital, $S,ooo,ooo.      *?      <*      Rest, $2,000,000.  HON. GEO. A. COX, PrtwiJcnt. B. E. WALKER, General Manager.  ). H. PLUMHER, A��'t Gen'l Manager.  H. R. DAVIDSON, Acting Mgr. Greenwood Branch  ���� + 44�� + 4+MM'M ��� ��� ��� +���+"���* +-����++������+��������������� ��� 4 4 ��� ��� ��� ������M--M-+++++++4  'The constant adveitisei has this .id  vantage o\ei the oitasional om*: He  has iiv,t dropped the tlue.id ol Ins dis  u uise, .ind docs not have to pick it  up. The occasional adveitisei must  e.iiploy pi inters' ink lavishly just to  icesi.ibli*>h himself on the footing that  heoivupied before he uithdiew from  the field ; he must regain the giound  that he has lost heloie he cm continue  The Phoenix Pioneer,  i  "- ISSUED ON SATfKI>A\ H\ TUB  PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.  ATrilOEMX. II. c.  W. B. WILLCOX. Manager.  Telephones  ( Business office No. 14  ) Manager's residence No, 15  SCHSjCHIPTICMiS If*.  ADVANCK.  Per Venr ,   81x Monlh��   To Foreign Countries  fi 00  I.Z5  3��  If you arc not n subscriber lo this paper, thi��  if an Invitation to vou to become one.  Advcrtlalug rates furnished on upplicntioii.  I.enal notice* 10 nud 5 cents per line. '  Pom weekly iimertioua cormtitute one month's  advertising.  OOLDEN OPPORTUNITY.  The yeai 190! will be a memorable  one in moie than one 1 ispect in Phoenix.    For one thing it will be remembered for the number of churches established in this mining  camp.      We  do not pietend to say that there is not  work for all these churches  here,   but  there will have to be  some energetic  hustling done if they can all be placed  on a  pa)ing   basis���that  is,'become  sell* supporting.    We have'a  popula*  .' tio/i,of about 1,500 people,  ol   whom  possibly'500, more or less, are  miners  or connected  in  some capacity  with  the mining industiy.    Foi  this  population theie aie now live  chinch   01-  gani/atirins,   Presb)terian,   Methodist.  Anglican, Catholic and Congregational  ���the   lattei   being  the latest 111 the  field.r  With the compaiatively small population of Phoenix, it is geneially admitted that there is scaicely' room for  all of these oiganizations as yet. They  are all aggressive, but vviJi a chutch  going population of possibly 300 ai.d  a membership of not more than 150,  it is not difficult to see that for a time,  at least, some of them will find'it no  easy matter to make both ends meet.  Hut there is one thing that these  organizations, if united for this special  work,'can accomplish, and do inoie  real good than they will separately. At  present there is no place- in' the city  where a young man who has no home  can go to'spend an evening in reading  or other social enjoyment.' If those  interested in the woik ' would get together, secuie a centrally located room,  fit it up comfortably, supply it with  the best current reading matter of the  day, have a place" for smoking, and  generally arrange for ��� the conitoit of  the laige number who might use such  a place, it would be the most piactic.il  kind of work. It is a'golden opiKii-  timity, and is worth making an effort  for. Practical Christianity could be  exhibited in this place at the present  time. Who will be the fust, to lake  the subject up?  Husiness men of Phoenix have large  and complete stocks,   well   assoited,  'irought heie  foi   the  benefit  ot   the  men of Phoeiiiw     'These same business men all pay the best of wages to  their employees, and are in leason entitled to your Hade.    It you ieall) believe in fair principles  you   will   stop  sending youi money out  of town   Ioi  goods (lint can  be had   here.    Kvery  ���nail  and   e\picss  is  buidened   with  these packages, and it ought not so to  be.   'Theadveitising columns  ol  1 lie  Pioneer���which  is   repie-seiitative ol  this city���show as cnleipiising a lot of  business men as can be found   in  the  Dominion, and   they  aie  entitled   to  youi suppoit.   'Think it over, and   we  believe that they will get it,  Sir Tom's Rapid Promolion.  Apropos of the knighthood ol S11  'Ilioni.i'- (.'_ KIi.uigliiit.ssy, the Mining  and Engineering Re\iew savs:  Nineteen )cais ago  this mouth Mi.  Slutighnessy resigned   hi-   position as  geneiiil   stoi'ekeepei   ol   the  Chit ago,  .Milwaukee & St. Paul, to go with   \V.  C. Van Home to the Canadian   Pacific,    His pioniotion was rapid, lie having seived 'iiccessively as geiiei.d put-  clusing    agent,   assistant   to  general  ni.inagei,   assistant geueial   inanagei,  assistant president, vice president, .md  n direr lor, and when S11   William   ic  signed the piesrdcruy to bei ome clubman ot the   board,   Mr.  Shaiighness)  was made his successor     Mi. Sh.iugh  ncssy was bom in Milwaukee, Wis, in  1853, and entered the railway  service  in Jul),   i860, in the  purchasing  de  paituient   ol   the    Milwaukee   iV  St.  Paul.  <��y<!w?**iv*?"rv.!ws'.fvtv��-> ��� ���  I Vegetables!  I   Vegetables! !>J^  -;| J0H.V. A. LORYEiL.  Provincial I.anii Survivoi',  Cnn  and Minim. Em.isiik*  I SI AHI.1SHI I)   r<S8f;  '" PHOENIX and GRAND FORKS, B. C.  Wholesale and Retail.  ���>   All   lioinc   yrovtii   1111 m  1 in-   Sliapi  i1   Sh]|*|��*<l proniull) on riciipt < f onlir.  t'  V  JAS. H. PETERS',  Jt,   tj4   Ji  y   V <c N 'IMiuue at R mill  ���;'   Coirti.poiiui.iicc .sol inn A  % COLUMBIA, B. C  D.J. MATHESON,  INsURANCK AGI.N'I,  UK J., I.I KK, AQIO. M.  ('oiniiiixsioiifi im-ink,ne viiiilutii**.  I'HOrMX,  I).  to  j,<J��$-<s<. 'v^i-i^i S j rb<^&&G&$>&&&z-ii  Sale! Sale!! Sale!!!!  From now until end of Octo-  we will sell everything in the  line of Watches and Jewelry  at Cost to clear out for arrival  of Fall Goods.  Ki-iiicniIm'I we  <l<>   not  Iimi'.U  m*<oii<I   liiiml * (ids lint   nil  mt:  Al  .III   1     }T.llltltllltl>((l.  % a. scon,  '  CoNIKVClOK AN'I) HUIIDI-K.  EsilMAII-S KlJKNIMll I'.  I'HOENIX, IJ. C.  Take your  Prescriptions  BOYLE  THE DRUGGIST.  Phone No. J 6. Knob Hill Avenue.  Just the Same in Phoenix.  EDITORIAL COMMENTS.  The city of Revelstoke has heretofore been building the sidewalks in the  corporation. Now, however, on account of lack of funds, the fi outage  tax sutem is being considcied.  At last the Victoria Board of Tiade  is taking steps to change its nainelioin  that ofthe IJritish Columbia Hoard ol  Trade. I'he time has long since gone  by when Victoria comprised prac ticalh  the whole of the piovince. It is now  a small p.irt.  Ihe ui.'ii oi woman who sends east  foi mt'ichandise, takes < liances which  should not be taken. 'Ihe wise- men  and women go to the regularly estab  lished Tiail meiclianls���the dealers  with icputations which must be ic  tamed by laii and squaic dealing. Local ineichants cannot affoid to deceive  then custonieis; they cannot affoid lo  sell goods by false pretences. It an  article sold by a local met chant is not  satisfactory it is readily exchanged,  but when one bii)s an article Mom the  east, and the :utide tuins out to be  inleiioi oi iiieless, the foolish pin -  chasei has no tediess.��� 1'i.ul News  I. 0. 0. F.   SnoW  Shoe Lodge, No. 46.  Mi-Hi, even 'llim-iiii-, T'm- nt Miihih'  Union Hull' Vi-nisitr Hiitll'cn C>>nti-  ullv Invili'il.        D WiiiniMoi;, N. ������.  I.mi. U. ^Ikji>, liivv.'-i.e.    |   - ���^ .j  I'HOENIX AERIE,  , NO, 158.  II. S. CAVU'.V. W.  ��. COCIIUANI  CAYLEY & COCHRANE,  Soi ici ioks, l��ic:.  PHOKNIX, U. C.  D. WHITESmE,  Hakkisii k iS: Soi.iciior,  C!raven Wllllnnn IIloci.  J'lL. PHOKNIX, H.,C.  ERMAN..  complete Stock oi-  WATCHES, CLOCKS  AND JEWELRY-=:  Watch Repaying a Specialty.  SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES fliifD  B. KERR, :'  ���<AKKISIrK   AND   SOI.ICI IOK,  NOTARY  I'UIII.IC.  1<M US I' S I'RKKI', Opi'0-.iik  K-.SII-KN    rp^VN.IIII'*,   llWK.  PHOENIX, a C.  FOUR-FIFTHS OF A MILLION IN DIVIDENDS  Loid Minto, goveinor-geneial, has  diction with lus ministeis over the ic-  cent distribution of honors by Knm  Edwaid, and it is lunioied, will icsign  If this is done, it is rumoied that the  honor will be conferred upon li.non  de JJlancjuiie.  FROM FAB AND NEAR.  11  Kaslo realized $5,000 Ijom its sale  of lauu Ioi taxes  Sandon's oie shipments for last week  amounted to 275 tons.  Satin day, Nov. 9th", King Ed  ward's birthday, will be a holiday.  'Rossland's oie output for last week  is repor ted to have been 4,130 tons.  The Impel lal Hank pf Canada is establishing a bianch at Ferguson, IJ. C  Kootenay, Slocan and Christina  lakes are being stocked with black  bass.  Six inches of 100-ounceore has been  stiuckonthe Senonta gioup, Trout  Lake. ,  'Ihe I'i ail smeller has coiralled almost the cntiie output ot the Uppei  Slocan camp.  Another big  stiike  is   lepoited on  the   Highlander  at   Ainsworth, at  depth ol iooo feet.  'J he nanows in Columbia liver and  Anow lake aie to be diedged Ly the  federal government next year.  ���   -        STRICTLY    PVSINESS.  To adveitise at the light time h to  adveitise continuously. ���  Tluie is no business that cannot be  successlullj advertised.  livery ad printed adds a drop to the  bucket ol piestige, piovided the  bm ket does not leak.  It is said that eveiy dog has hi**, da)  and it is also recoided m the Hall ol  to patronize Eastern sweat shops, bkejj-lecoids that every good adveiti.ei  that of the Timothy Eaton Co., where (has his   da)���and   his   day is  eveiy  the aveiage  wages  to  employees will ��� "a3 ���  not run over $2.50 01 $3 per week, to I     1,�� w,h5n >'ou w,ite the ad> >'ou   <:a��  ., ,    .        ,        . . succeed in   putting  youiselt   into   the  the exclusion of on. home  merchants, ^^ .^ ^ ft>���  stand a  goo(]  who can supply )our needs?    That is chance of getting him into your place  Ihe question 111 a  nutshell.      For the j���of business.  sake 0/ saving perliaj. s 50 cf.-nts on an j If you can't give some good reason  article, which may or may not fit you.fo' the puichasc 0! )our goods, jou  after jou receive it, is it square fo. J^d better shut up shop and go out ol  ' , .,    busrness.    h jou r.1.1 give  a   reason,  50U  to send your money  to outs.de ��])e oftenw J0U R.ve ., ^ mofe  ^  concerns that   pay   the   scantiest of pie you impress with it, and  the moie  avages? ' jgoods you will sell.  CONSISTENCV IS A JEWEL   '  Phoenix camp iir known all over the  country as a pla.ee uriere the best of  wages aie paid, and'paid gladly by trie  mine owners, who aie among the most  liberal and piogiessive in the province.  The miner   is  satisfied   with   his   lot,  ( diaws his pay regularly and lives heie  happily. The majority ol them believe in patronizing h6me institutions,  and do so. But we legiet to say that  theie are quite a uumbei who make it  a point to send money out of town foi  many things whic h could just' as well  be secured here.  It is well known that -the, laboring  element of this place' is opposed to  Oriental laboi on piinciple, and thus  far that kind of labor has not obtained,  a foothold in this camp. But we put  it to you, Mi. Workingman, who is receiving from $3 to $6 per  day;   is  it'  ~" fair for you, who believe in fair wages,  Next Monday the i.itepayeis will  vote on the amendment to the watei  and light fianchises amendment bylaw. Aliei going ovei the entne subject caieiully the 1'ioneei Lehe\es that  the major and city council aie doing  the best possible thing with this difti  cult watei pioblem, and hopes the hj-  law will receive the assent of the  'people  WHAT THE   EDITORS SAV.  Rev. Mr Shelddn, of Topeka, said  recently that he would rather diink a  bottle ol led ink than a bottle ol beer  Commenting on this, the Kansas Cit\  Journal sajs: " I he craving ol some  men Ioi stimulants is awlul. The main  constituted ol led ink is alcohol."  Already Paid by Kootenay Mines So Far This  This Vcar.  With seveial ot the big piodilcing  silvei lend mines not shipping and the  gold copiiei mines ot Rossland ,ucil  up by a stiike, Kootenav is stili mak  ing a icioid as a countij 111 whii.li  nulling is a i-iofiiable business. So  i.ii this yeai eight mines 111 Kooten.ij  owned by tncoi pointed companies  whose shares .ue quoted on Ihe stoi k  exchange have paid dividends totalling  $��23,000, as lolljws:  Ros'iii, Slufttii .              . :f I2f>'0  Gen 1 it- Mai, ({itHhlanil    .., 105.'Uti  J.*' K��i No. i. 1{i,i,��Iiiiii1 H4.0U0  Noiih h ar, ldi-i Kouteiuit J 17,000  i'atni',  .-Jof.iii                 ..' 78,000  M. liujjeiir,  I-:i��lKiu'l'1i.i\ 210,000  kuiiililci-Curil.oo, Sli.c-un ' 12,500  Yum, Neltun  144 000  Total         ^823,000  Ihe issued share capital of these  eight companies totals jpi6,<ioo,ooo, as  lollous;  Why should not Biitish Columbia  be lepieseuted at the next competition  of the international athletes? The  ease that Joseph Martin has displayed  in jumping I10111 one side ot the Legis  lalive chanibei to the othei should  piove linn a lormidable coinpetitoi Ioi  honois ���Vnncouvei World.  JJo'tlll    .  LVntif Sun  1 e Kui >'o. 2     ..  iNoilh Sihi  Taj ue   iM    1< ll(Ifl!t'  Itaiiililci Can lion  Y11111 .  ..  .  % ?50,000  2,500,000  o.OliO 000  1.3JO.00O  2,000.000  :; fitio 0011  1 25'),t'00  1,000000  w  Torn I ...  hethei oi not this  U�� 400.000  is in   ex��.ess of  the \alue ol the piopeities is a question ot individual opinion. If ihe  c apitali/ation is not excessive the shaie  holdeis of* the Bosun have got five pei  cent on then capital, the Centic Siar  3 pei cent, the Le Roi No. 2 4^ pei  cent, the N01 lb Stai 9 pei cein, the  Payne 3 per cent, ihe St. Eugene 6  pei centj" Raiyiblei-Caiibco 1 pei cent,  and the Y11111 14^ pei cent. These  figuies go to show that the siiarehold-  eis in dividend paying mines have  done on the average, as well as those  who have then capital invested in  othei industrial enteipu'ses:  PHOENIX, B.C.!  Mtclnigs, 'huiitlny  i*3> p ml nt  Min  errs* Onion ll.itl.  s  Vij'tin^;.     brellirin  cilnllnllt limitd  I 'lllvK'K.MXX'   ^tt���<!^  Plioenlx Lodge No. 28,  Knights of Pjtlras.  Metis t\er> Ttiesdrtt juglit  1.1 730 p 111 ; ,MIiu.is' UitfCiii 1  Hull  Visiting 'nethrep  uclcnnit* I  C A  xicCi.rvo, si, C j  ALDHAH & BLUNT,  Mink Sukvkvjoks,  an'I) 1)kai;guismi,n.  V 8. N. 'l'luiir, No. 70. PHOKNIX4.B.  FERGUSON     ���  PKACriCAI. IIOOSK AND ���.ION'  .   PAINThR.   OKCOKaTOR,   hrc.  j P. Burns & Co.  PHOKNIX  MAP, KET.  Phoenix, B. C.  I:  1 ���  ���  it  j ���  : ���  ���  HKAI) Ol KICK l-OR HOUNOAKV CKH.K, (,KhKNW00li, tl. C,  , H^AIll}UAK^hKSl NH.SON, I!. C.  .... Wholesale and Detail ileal tlerii  Markets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City-  Silverton, New Denver, Ymir. Sa!iiiorRoss!and, Trail, Cascade,  Cliand h'orks, (Ireenwood, Midway, Niagaia and Phoenix.  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  All orders receive prompt attention.  ICI*  a  - ���  - ���  ��� ���  - ��� '  ���  '; ���'  ���  0  - ���  ��� "  - '���  ^nap for  Subscribers  THE  AOVERTISINQ MAN.  Yon may talk  about jom  uditoie  wlio  (iii in easy diaiie,  And try to run Ihe whole concern  ami  put on lots ul uiif-f,  And seek to make the people tMnk  it'��  what tin y have to my  That keeps lhts   luibinesa on tin' move  iiu<l makes Hit* pnper pay ;  Hut don't you  ovei   think  it,  for the  *    whole tiulh ivulli is:  The eil'iUii's  not 111 it with  that  hu^e  conceit of hie,  Foi   ihcreN only one   cesential  in the  whole new-iiapei plan���  Sincei-s ilepenils iiloiic upon  the advt'i-  lifing 11 an.  The  men   who  edit   iiiiinnsciipis nnd  w lilu the Iiiiiuy stnfr,  Within Ihe  little  hVlds   they  (111   iniiv  iiiibwer well mioii^'i.  The   fpolling  and   dinnialit; men  and  miiuII 11 v sin li as thoeo,  Who gobble all ihe passes and  visit all  ilie t-liottf*:  Ar tl likew)M', too, Ihe pneti<,  who in��ibt  Ihuv nmst ielu>aiM'  The cnrple llunps Ihcv   lioye lo <=ay,  in  lilind and hulling vers'cj  Tlitt, one  And nil.    ha\e   nnduis-ttioil  wiiee jui/'c-1!f> first beican  Thai tlieywert' meio assislaiiU  to  the  atlveitifeinj; man  'Tis true tl enthtilWinciuan ha= naujjlil  to tlo lint t��lk,  Ycthu's llie onewho, uftei all,  pei ru tithe (ilnj��-t to walk ;  Fur  while   the editors   Iheir  pens   in  liaslit i*tuff engage,  Hi> tuilfon boniethiiij; ninth the  while  ���(lie advt iti-jing page.  And if you'll but investigate aufflcientlv  "jon'U find  He woik** more men and hours than the  olheis all combined. . 1  To hjin belongs the victor's crown- thic  brave f.itcli-��s.-catfh-cnn,  Keen, money-getting, bnsiiH'.ss-booininy:,  adveitising man.���Ex.  OLD AND NEW  r*i,_.  MB  Phoenix Pioneer and Tor nto  GlobeJ"(daily) both for One  ���   year.. ���   ..    Phoenix Pioreai.* and Toronto  Globe, (weekly) both for One  year      . . _."._.      Phoenix Pioneer and Montreal  Daily Herald; both for One  yj.~i.-r.   /Iiic'iifli  jr Ilnnclsoiur I'uilrmtN  JrO    t.    l^t f Knm K(j"��ld, 17x2; mcllcl /*       ....  Phoenix Pionep^and New York  World,, Twice-a week,  both,  for on-e ytfar x   J  NEAT AND  ATTR/CT1VE  OB PRINTING     -^  AT THE PIONEER IOB OFFICE  C. A. McCLUNO & CO.  V   A.  Olh.e,  N.   'IMICXK :>,.  Sin nliinf    Ate.  Wi* liavc a l.aiyc S'nck  li'iiiiilif In* nie If i' ii��e and  and 1 an  (| in!e 1 lo-u  pruvn.  HI CAIN. FFED. ROLLED OATS, FTC  IJiiolatioiiB  ttiven    on   etiaivla   nr   mu-d   ihi".  )  2i0  2.50  Send all subscriptions to this office.  PHOENIX PIONEER,  PHOENIX, B. C.      '  1 V  ivtry jno  Good   Saddle  Horses  and  Livery    Rigs  For Hire.  M\ki'<. Two Round Trips  Daiiv I3kiwki:x  PlIOkNIX   ANIJ    GkKINWOOU.  r.eavi*u I'-iofiiix  nt 1)  <.. in   .md  1 IM   p 111 ,   I'lioeiiix  Tune  i.miviS tilei inimii! ill li.OOn III  mid 4 p in.. (iii'i'ii\r<Miil  Time    SniKlav'H lenviV  I'. cwiii< at  11.3(1 iiin.,;:iril  (.iiten��o<id at 12:30 .1 in.  A. BLOOMFIELD, Proprietor.  Phoenix Laundry   J. T. LAWRENCE, Propriktor   Bundles called for and delivered promptly to every part of the city. Scud your  order by Phone.        *  Furniture  O N  I. Y     U N ION    H K L P  lll-.br Ol-  VVOKK OUAKAM'KM) V  Dominion   Avenue,   Adjoining   Hutte   Hotel,  E M I' J. () Y E ir  & N. I'HONH NO  30. 7  I'hoenix, U. C.  i Bellevue Hotel, tZtXtZ \  O I llift'lintel   !�����   Cf'lllnilK   Im.ilnrl    ,,Ai, I,,   I,,,!!,    o���,1    .,,.���!,, I  *: TNT this line we are in  a better position  I *   .tlui'  Kn  PHOENIX  I liiiV hotel li, i-enlnill) Inc.iiecJ, newly built nnd  now ly  .  (urnmhud thicitijrhoiu.     Everything it,   first class.    Bnr  stocked with the fine"...  EDWARD SIMPSON, Prop  111 evei to supply  the  want*, of the  Public of Phoenix. ,' ,  t  .1  Undertaking.,  and Embalmlni  j CLARK (& BINNS,.  ���Old Ironsides Avk.  YALE-COLUMBIA  LUMBER COMPANY, Ltd.  JU\n?ACrURKK-OK tf>h Pixi g or  ROUGH AND 'BRESSkD IUMBS!,.;  Ol'I'tCR AM) v\uns ,.,,  ROSSLANM), GREENWOOD, C\s6\DK and  I'MORNIX, 11. C.  PAUL KAUFFMANN, Proprietor. -_-.--^  COPPER ST., GREEN WOOD, B. C.  PIANrS, 1R0ANS,VIOLINS AND  It g    and Small In*  atrimen a at Right   Prices.  rULL 1 lh E OF SHEET MU81C _  MUSIC   FURNISHED fob  ���nils,   I'nrtlcM    or    Rectpllous   ����.  Sliolt Notice  n awiuanma;<^juiiiiniiuwli.>Mmic|  Pfeoenls Home Btewed  ��'i-��ed In ., Home Institution  has proven the test and has made a  host oil 1 ie���ds ���������  Chun f Iv'inca, Liquor' and Cigar*" alwuvs in  '���rock rto.ud hv iluv or��ck. Olio 11 in! and  vuuvvill rt'iiiciiibi!) The! Muple Lenl 1'orever.  Old Ironsides  Ave.  -GREGG & McDOiNALD, Props,  PHOENIX  io testily to its Good Qualities  e fcest fcotds k  wi*.eit to tWtustoi  lonie  neis, and ��iu> find   that  the  fleer  ������Mndeat  >���> eijqal, .1 not better, than foreign brenod,  JULIUS MUELLER, Proprieior. .  Comcir Standard Ave. and Banner St., Phcenis.  ���j* ;*�����. .-*.���'  :\?>  i  ;1 THE PHOENIX - PIONEER-  AGENTS   FQR   DOMINION COPPER  COMPANY'S ADDITION TO PHOENIX  Whatwe  Prdpliesied  ^S  T AST APRIL we prophesied that Phoenix would  Choice Business and Residence Property  in   all parts  ��� .��� .'       . ..,, .',   .,    ..,===' of. ..the' r\ty   '  ' ' '"." '""'" '" '  ' '���   "'���  be shipping more Ore than any camp in British  Columbia before the end of the year.  Over   250,000    tons of ore  have been  sent out  over the Phoenixbranch of the,G/P. R. since Julyt J900���one year; and this  1 camp is today producing more ore than any mining canip in the Province*  I'HOKNIX \V||,L .SHU.' AS MUCHOl{K 1NT llldl>S AIX OriIKH CAMPS I^IUUTISII COLUMBIA TOGETHER.  I,c*| ne jell yon Fortieth hi); more iihout I'lioc-nix anil its possibiliiit-n for investment.   Cofresponclence promptlv answered. ,  GEO. W. RUMBERGER -^ ^ j& PHOENIX, B. C;  J!  ^���^������^���������������^������^���������^������^�����������������������������������������������������������fHH  me  FRANK GOFORTH, Prop.  *** ?.>.*- \   ���'-*?.    v   *, .',  ��� THIS iiiipiilnr rcMti'i-l  1 him Wen rclilt.-il, }  {nl",inil��luil mill llior-  ... .,.,..     ���. .* i ...i  The Best Appointed and Equipped'  Hostlery in the Boundary. *..'���'���,.'  j fa'i��,^f55l-, S-1, WINE&' LIQDOIS, and CIGARS.  J   llN1ll.ll . nitll     nil   lilt* I      7 v "  '       ���  iihhViii IihU'1 cull veil* $ ,  Icncc*. I.< c.il mill Long 1  IIMniice . Telephone J  ���IMPORTED and DOMESTIC,  ]   COIIIKXlloll'    Willi"    UlC j  I oflie -mill ii livwluiinr- -  I  Irm f" Muse mill hull-  I wny traffic;.mi J <wsy  I iiticiiticiM.iN   jtivem to J   . ^  ��� tlie cuinfurl' ami con- I ��^  vriilcncr of Jiniroim. I  ; Tin- , lintel Ikmiwchcm* 1  S |nrj.*cil liy Ihe ikIiIUIkii 8  i-.qT jiftccli * nicely fill- I  f-jlwlicl W.iii��, ..   I . | IominmoN  (it��.|I^HI4*.IIIW'0  j Comfortable Saaple   * **'*��."������������  Rooms for .\    *"��>��>*�����������  Commercial Twelers  Ws ���iin to plrane pur present large trade mid  deserve niorr.  avk,   PHOENIX, B. C;  BIG IN COPPER  Calumet, #id Hecla Mine in  'Michigan.  HAS PAID $75,000,000 IN DIVIDENDS  Hjs a Vertical Shad Over a Mile Decp-lrr-  ,    lertillnx   Data   of  this  Or.*al Mining  Pfoptriy.. I  Open  Day  ���  ���  4  ���  ��� ���''  ���  4  4  4  O* ������������������ ��� t ���������+���+++++++++���>++OOC++^+*++4 ��>+++��� ���������������������<  ....Night  Gome in Season.  First-Class Dining Room with Private  Uoxes for Families. Home Cooking.  Only the Besc of Everything to be  found in the Markets.  GEO. W BLAKE,  MANAl.KR.  T  PALACE   LIVERY   STABLE  [c and Transfer Line,  Stag(  PHOENIX,    ���     -  Singe  leaves   I'hoenix   for   (ireen-  ttciod '.....' 8 a. ni.  Leaves (iieenuootl    io a.   in. J  Host turnouts in the Boun-lary  long drives.  B. O.  Leaves I'hoenix      i p. m.  Leaves Greenwood    a  p. m. * ��� ���  Horses well suited for  COLLINS & HcGILLIS, Props,  [Lion Bottling Worksj  JAS. McCRRATH. Prop ���  jobbers in��� wjfles, Beer and Cigars ���  'OKriERS   BY TELEPHONE  .'���promptly:- filled.  'iiOI.'K AOKNTSVJIt REICIISQUHI.r.kN 8Kr.TKRSBt.UK  r*VII"UI'��ANI> THK MOST HKALTHFUr-AND RKFRKSH-  1X0   OK MINK   Al. WATKKS. ,-  GREENWOOD and PHOENIX, B. G  Notii-ing this week ihiit ��� ihe $25  [shares ol' the Calumet ;iiVd Hecla mine,  Ot Michigan, are quoted' on the Neu  I York exchange at the figure ol $625  each,-the Pioneer has looked up the  data in regard to this great,,piopeny,  Kiiotving ,that the history ol' copper  mines, especially suci:e.ssiu! ones, is ol  interest to the readeis of. this- paper,  ironi ocean to ocean. It is of course  ol peculiar interest because it is honestly helieved hy many thai the Boundary today has what wiii in the future  some of the greatest copper, producers  in the world.  It may he"��� said, iii the first pla'i e,  that there arc so many points 01" interest regarding the Calumet and  Hecla,: and its s<"ale of operations is on  such'.a'colossal' plan, that only the  meicst skeleton of facts' and;:figures  caii he given in the .limited scope oi  this aiticle. Of all the world's mines  of diamonds, gold,, silver and other  metals, the Calumet and Hecla is the  most profitable, the deepest, the largest  employer of labor, the owner, of the  most powerful.- machinery., and the  greatest consumer of coal.  , Inception qf (he Present Cctmpaijy.  The Calt|ii\et and''".'Hecla Alining  Co: was  incorporated,   in ; 187:2,  and  .took over the Calumet and Hecla  properties, adjoining mines, which had  previous to that date   paid'.dividends  ��� amounting to' $850,000. They aie  still'worked separately, but with the  same chief officers, who are capitalists  in Boston, Mass., there being ovei  3,000..shareholders." The 'company's  main tractbf mineiiil landss comprise  about 2,700 acres, in a compact body,  but it also owns other immense mineral and timber tracts. '   ���"'   ,  ���On the Red -jacket, one of the  company's .claims,^ is; the; deepest  shaft in the world, being over, a mile,  or 5,280 feet, straight down. In regard to dividends, the company does  ��� 'I not'make a practise of giving  detailed  ��� >  ...���o.�����������������������������*���������*������������  #������������������������������������������������������������������������������  um.  Plumbing  & Tinning  Job Work Promptly Attended to.  Phoenix street (l.lack ofrostoffice.) V.& N.'l'hiiue No.  Phoenix, B. C.  ...HOTEL BROOKLYN...  ���(Formerly tlie Metropolitan.) ,.���,,  High class wines, liquors and cigars always;in  stock,  venient sample  room  for Commercial  Men.  i       -    class Cafe in connection  Con-  First-  I figures' to its shareholders, but contents itself with an ..annual*'report of  exceeding brevity. These estimates  are remarkably meagre, but as the  dividends are phenomenally large, the  stockholders content themselves' with  the minimum of information regarding  their property and the maximum'of  profits derived therefrom. Thus far  tlie mines have "paid back to their  owners over $75,000,000 in dividends,  and as long as they continue lo coin,*  regularly,' the sjh.nrelwlders wiii pro-  jiably.npt wny much about the de-  tnils'of mining.  How the Mine is Worked,    .  This great property is woiked by  shafts entirely, there being eight inclined working shafts nnd a single vertical shaft, ecjiial to six ordinary  shafts, being the mile'deep shall above  referred to. It took about ten yeais  to sink the six-compartment shaft.  TliecquipiTietUof.the.se shafts is ot  the best, there being an 18x24 'l,-:'1  crusher at ihe mouth ,of. each shall,  from which the ore 'alls into storage  bins, and is thence taken to the two  smelters owned by the company.  A quadruple hoist of S,ooo horse  power is installed in a nirghificeni  brownstone builui!ig,7ox.72o leet in  size, at the mouth ol the Red Jacket  -shaft, the structure being equal.in design and nialeiial.lo the most palatial  buildings for business or residence  purposes. Ten-ton loads are hoisted  at the rate of 40 miles an hour,   a feat  pal   machinci y is localed   in "what   is  known as the ."Jumbo" engine  house,  at the Calumet, branch.   In this house,  62x146 feet',"are located the  big  Corliss engine, "Superior," of 4,700  horse  pc.wer, having 40inch   cylinders, with  70x72 inch stroke; also the  atixillaiv  engines 01 2,000 and 660 horse power,  respectively,   and  the ��� "Mackinac/' 'a  quadruple   cylinder   triple* expansion  steel giant of 7,000 horse  power.     In  this building are four drums,   3^ feet  wide and  20^ feet iii diameter,  two  of them carrying more than a mile and  1 quarter of cable, each.     The  brick  chimney is 250 feet high, and the coal  ,1s hauled   by   locomotives    10    these  I boiler houses  and   fed   by  automatic  stokers.    JJtit lew points.oir the earth's  4ii.ijMft_cari  show   such: a variety  of  maniiiiolhmachinery.  '-There are several other engine houses, but these de:  tails are given to show the stupendous  scale on which they are constructed.  Otier Features of the Property.  In   the   way   of necessary   surface  buildings,   the Calumet   and    Hecla  have a marvellously  complete, equip  ment, and ..everything7 duplicated,' so  that it can be put in use on a moment's  notice.   The list iuclude machine and  carpenter shops fitted with' the  heaviest and most costly machinery,, besides  nuhnrp.us other-smaller'-buildings and  a large brick warehouse.  ; A   complete   telephone "system  is  maintained, with eighty -'phones, connecting every level of the different  mines, so that the manager in his  office in Hoston can, if-he chooses,  talk to any foreman at any' point in  the mines. There is* not a dollar of  insurance on these'immense.,'vested  interests, but the company at great expense li'.ninia'ins a paid fire department,  equipped with the latest and best in  that line. No insurance company  would take risks an the' property, and  it devolves on ihe company to furnish  its own protection, 7:;  :  ,Wiipn the mills-' now being put in  are completed there will be a daily  capacity of abcut 7,500 tons daily. .;  Coal !s the lil'eblood of the mine,  and the company has a series of large  coal sheds, so.jhat no coal strike will  ever affect the working of the mines.  As the company now has engines  with about 50,000 horse power, it can  be seen that the consumption is immense.  The Calumet and Hecla maintain a  line hospital for its employees, with a  staff of twelve surgeons and..physicians.  It is fitted with the best surgical and  laboratory, apparatus obtainable in  'Europe and America.  The company owns more than 1,000  dwellings, which are rented to employees so as to bring in 6 per cent  interest-'on the-investment. Besides  this more than a thousand employees  live in homes of their own. There  are nearly 30 churches on Calumet  and Hecla lands, nearly all of which  have been aided in erection and many  in maintenance by the company.  There are also eight schools on the  company's land, many of which were  built by the-corporation. 'Three independent systems of wa,ter works are  miu'iUajned, with about 35,000,000  gallons daily capacity,  At present there are upwards ol"  5,000 employees of tlie corporation,  but there will be upwards of 7,000 in  a 'comparatively short time. The  company has a large stone building  fitted with bowling alleys, bathrooms,  et.",,and a library of 25,000 volumes for  the nee use of the employees. 'The  library contains books in a score of  languages, thirty different nationalities  being represented in the employees,  C.'iluinet is now a busy .place of  35,000 people. Greater Calumet, of  which the Calumet and Hecla is the  neiu t, is eight miles Ion;; by three  miles wide, and is said tci be the most  populous mining camp in the world at  the piesent   time.  The Calumet and Hecla is opened  eight or ten yeais ahead 0!' immediate  requirements, there being about  1 5 miles of shafts and drifts opened  ahead of the stopes.  Stoics and offices  We believe in; advertising  because,  .^v   vr , 7^      v    .  ivertisi.u: has been one of The strong  t,t!,N[^Il^n *>lock.: Apply  .vers bv which we  have brouKhi our  Arthur-A: Monk.,.   .;;  for  rent  in   the  to   Mc-  by: which we  have brough  bus'ne.ss up 10 the  position We   hold  today, sajs a proinincMt business man.  DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.' 7  N'otlsc'.iH hereby given dial Hi.- |>'n'rtiiernhl|i  heretofore exiHtlilK nelweett Joe v. T.iylor, Jr ,  mill myself, under the firm mime of Kumlicricer  fi Taylor Ik ilUHolvvd from HiIh tlim-.  Dite<l nl l'hoeiiix, II. C��� Hie i.tt diiy of October,  IQJ1     , "        O     W.   Kl'MllliK'*'!'*..  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  .NOTICK.1- i  Orotidco" and '"Yukon"' Fractional    Mineral  CiniiiH, situate in the Kettle Kiver .Milling  Oit'iMlsii of Yale District.    Where  located :  Orceuivood-Vmpi:.--'  Tufcr notice Unit J,  Clcorge W.. Miiiuberser,  Free Miuer'H   ertificate No. I) 40,3*1, intend sixty  day*, from the date hereof to apply to the Milling  Recorder lor certificates of Improvement for the  purpose of obtaining crown Krauts for the above  named claims;      .  And further take notice that action, under Section 37, muse lie commenced  before the issuance  of such certificates of improvement."-.  Dated this sjnd day of June, A. U., lyoi.  32-41        ' ".- Obo. VV. Kusiiikkgkk.  NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION  NOTICK is hereby kIvcii that the partnership  lu ictoforeHiibsisliiiK between hliini & Mc nKlle  as bakeis in the city of l'hoeiiix, lias this day  dissolved by iiuitual consent. All debts o�� Ins to  tlic Kalit tiriu to be paid to J; h McCagJe, by  whom nlliiccouhts will lie selUcd.  Dated at l'lioriiix, II. C July 31, 1901.  1 STKI'IIF.N bM.VN,  lAMliSS. McCAGUK  Witness :   THOS. I. RYAN.  ;     MINERAL ACT.  Certificates of Improvemenls.  NOTICK.  Alma Fractional and Fairplay Fraction Mineral  laims,'Situate  in    Grand    Forks Mining  Division of Yale District.   Where located:���in  Greenwood camp, east ofthe City ofl'hoenix.'  Take    notice   that I, John    Louis Grahaine  Abbott acting as agent for the Uritlsh Columbia  (Rossland and Slocan) Syndicate, Limited, Free  Miner's certificate No. b 41161, intend 60 days  from the date, hereof.to apply to the Mining  Record ,, for certificate's of Improvements for the  purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of each of  tlieaboveclaims.  And further take notice that action under section 37 must be coinnieuced before the issuance  of such certificates of Improvement}-;.  Dated this 26th day January, 1901.  36   .���������'���':".'   , J, L. G Abbott.'.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvemenls.  '���'.'.'- NOTICK.  Wheeling'. Mineral'1 latin, situate til the Kettle  River  Mining    Division   ol  Yale   District  Where located:   lu Greenwood camp.  Take notice that  I, George W.   Rumbergtr,  Free Miller's''erlifiratc N'o. II  40,3^, for mjsclf  and agent for John Mulligan, Free Miner's Certificate No. H. 40,-iaS, Intend sixty dnyn from the  date hereof to apply to the mining recorder for a  certificate of improvements for the purpose of  obtaining a crown grant of the above named  claim.  And   farther  take  notice'that action, under  Section 37, m.ist be commenced before tile issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this olh day of August 1001.  31M8 .'  'C. \V. KUMHIiKCER.  APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER  OF LIQUOR LICENSE.  Notice in hereby given that I will wake application lotheboarilof Licensing Commissioners  of the City of Phoenix at it), next mecliiig for a  transfer of the IkjuorrceiiM* now held by mc, to  sell liquor by retail in the Knob Hill f!olcl,<fllinte  011 First street, 011 lots 19 and ia, block 11, Old  Ironsides addition to til e City of Fhoenix, to  VV. J. Morrison and James Anderson.  W. V. KKMI'T.  Dated thlt^th day of September, A. \> , 1901,  �����������������������������-������  GREENWOOD  Liquor Company  t  MA.NAGKR.  AGENTS FOR  PABST-BEER  Complete Line  of Bar Samples  ���.IC  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  ���'"���''��� ':���.-'' 'NOTICK.  Cracker Jack Mineral Claim, situate in Kettle  River   Mining  Division    of Yule    District.  Where located:   In Greenwood Camp  Take notice that I, George VV. Rumberger,  Free Miners'Certificate No b 40,388, acting for  myself and agent for Harry Nash, Free Miners*  Certificate No. b '41,42s intend; sixty dajs from  the.date hereof to apply to the milling recorder  for a Certificate of Improvements (or tlie purpose  of obtaining!! Crown Gnuitof the above named  claim.      '  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the is-  ^111 nee of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this lath day of July, A, I) , 1901.  ,35-44 0 Geo. VV. Rumiikkckr.  MINERAL ACT.  '    Certificate of Improvements.  '7    ������-������''.-.       NOTICK.  Moscow Mineral   laim.situate   111   the   Kettle  River    Mining'   Division   of Yale   District.  Where located :   In Greenwood   amp.  Take notice that l/'George ; VV. Rumberger,  Free Miner's ertificate No. b 40,388, for myself  and agent for J. F. Hemenway Flee Miner' s ertificate No. b40,554 mid James Moran, Free Mm  er's ertificate. No. b 41,419, intend sixty day  I'roKi tbe date hereof to apply to the mining recorder for a certificate of inipro\tmeutb for the  purpose ofobtaiuing a crown grant of the above  named claim.  And further take notice that action, under Section 37, must be commenced befoie the issuance  of such certificate ol improvements.  Dated this 22nd day of June, A. D , 1901  32-41 GKO. W. KUMDI.KGUK  HOTEL, Beayerton, B. C.  A Comfortable Stopping Place  In the Heart of the West  Fork Mines - ...  Plenty of Feed for Horses.  I W.   J.   FRANCIS,  MANAGER.  ����������������-��������"������������ �����������������������������>�����������������  EASTERN  Townships Bank,  ESTABLISHED 1859.  CAPITAL     -      -     -  CAPITAL, PAID UP  RESERVE FUND  -  ES2S85  Moran's Addition to  Phoenix  Rssfdzrics Lots in this well located addition are now  0:1 ths mii-kjt. Gjod water on the property. Convenient to all thi mine'.'. Liberal sized lots from  30 to 50 feet front,  Prices from $50 up,  Apply to  JAMES MORAN,  PHOENIX, B.C.  $2,000,000  $'.742,535  $1,050,000  BOARD OF DIRECTORS:  R. W. Hi'-VKKKit, President.  Hon. m.  h. Coc.hh.anb, Vice-Pres.  Israel Wood, J. S. Mitchell, G. Stevens, J. N.  Galer,   N. W.   Thoniai. C. II    Kntliau,  H. n.  Brown, K. C.  IIHAD OFFICE, SIIERBROOKE, P. Q.  Wm.   Farweix,   Geil'l  Mgr.,  Jas. Mackiiiiion,   Assistant Gen'l Mgr.  S. Edgi-li.,   Local Mgr.  S. F. Mokpv, Inipectorofllranclies.  BRANCHES.  In Province ofQiiebec���  Montreal, B. Auttin, Manager.  Waterloo, VV. I. Hriggs, Manager.  Rock Island, S. Stevens, Manager.  C0nanw1Ue.il. P. Williams. Mgr.  Coaticook, K. N. Robinson, Manager.  Richmond, W. L. Ball, Mgr.  Gronby, W. II Robinson, Mgr.  Bedford, E W. Morgan, Mgr.  Huntingdon, A. W. Watson, Mgr.  Magog, E. P. Otivier, Mar.  SI. Ilyncuithe, J.   I.nfrnuiboise, Mgr.  Ormstoivn, VV. II. Hnigrnve, .Mgr,  In Province of British Coluuilua���  Grand Forks, Win. Spier, Mgr  Phoenix. F. W. Slnck, Acting Mgr.  Agents   in    t'.inada,  Bank  of  Montreal   and  Branches.  "     I^nidou, Eng , National Bank of Scotland.  "     Boston, National Exchange Bank,  "     New Vork, National Park Bank.  Collections    made at   all   accessible    points.  Draft*, issued for any requited amounts, good at  all points in Canada,   U S. and Europe.    Exchange bought and sold  Savings   Branch    Dkpartmkvt    at     Each  Oi MCK.  Interest allowed fiom date of deposit and compounded annually without requiring attention of  depositor.  Office Hours: 10-3; Saturday from 10 to 1.  mmmzamm Mil v^s^immm  Spokane Tdlls and northern  NELSON .&   FORT   SHEPPARD  RED 'MOUNTAIN RT.  The only all-rail route between alt points east,  westt andnouth to Rossland, Nelson and all intermediate points; connecting at Spokane with  the Great Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R. &  N.Co.  Connects at Nelson with steamer for Kaslo and  all Kootenay Lake points.  Connects at Meyer's Kails with stage daily for  Republic, and connects at Bossburg with stage  daily for Grand Forks and Greenwood.  Buffet Sleeper run on passenger trains between Spokane and Northport.  ��� EFFKCTIVK SUNDAY, MAY 5.  I9��i.  Leave. Daily Train <������. Arrive.  g:oo a. mi.. .Spokane 7:35 p. m.  .2:50 a. m Ross In nd 4:10 p.m.  9:15 a- m Nelson .���7^5'P�� m��  H. A. JACKSON,  Gen ral Passenger Agent.  HUGH1E  MdSUiRE,  PrOP.Iunparalldcd in the history of  mining  ' " The ore breakers al  the   Red  Jacket  Is a Glaring Inequality.  Last week tlie Nelson Tiihtme outlined a lair fllan of distribution of (he  province.    It jjaye  [h\vc  viiembers to  .-  pfioenias Shoe Sftept  All Work (itidianteod,   Imported Goods.  KINK 1IOOCS AND SHOES MADE TO,  OKDl'R*  PRAeriCAI,    MINERS'  ANI)   PROS-  -PKCTORS' SHOKS   A  SPECIALTY.  * - ������ *'.' ���. j ��� .    !���  Comer Phoenix St. and Brooklyn Ave.   |  CITY SCAVENGER  Leave Orders at City  Clerk's Office  aloiie 7i,re capable of ha no lint;  Irom ��� ��lip cjistrici lying between Cascade and  j,000 to 2,090 tqns daily. I jtrinceton, aiid divided othej-   portions !  y\t the yaripns  \e\e\�� pillars 75 feot j ()f the province in   proportion   accord-j  Wide���iirP* le!'1 m   ejllier 'side ot every | |,^g   to   population, and   importance  s,haft. When ihP- I'lesent wprKings  are eijliaHsted to the Tain.ii;.pk line,  which is estiii'ntod" al iinni ,\s to 50  year.", there wi | still renin 11 ill 111 jus of  dollars woith  of ore  in  trios.:   pillars  'I'-li'e- gic^t desidei,i.tuiil hi secininj;  stable government in this province is  fair distribution. At tlie,present time  the voice of the majority of the people-  is stifled   by   the   pocket   boroughs.  ^a>���  Over I'ost Office  that can be taken out. About 30,000,1 Smith Cut lis today represents as many  000 feet of timber are used tinJer- votes as the entire Dunsimiir cabinet,  ground   annually,    besides   immense and there are other equally  glaring in  quantities used on the surface.  Magnificent Machlnjry Plant.  Only the merest 'summary  of tie  machinery, and the most striking   fig;  l?HOK-NI*X-ures cai> be s've11 he'ei   lhe u1-"^'  equalities. With a fair redistribution,  with the people divided imp two  strong parties, there is eyery assurance  that strong and stable government can  be secqreovrrG-'ee"  'jik! Times.  t  i  t  0  ��t  e  a  ��  e  ���  o  6  That's Our Business  T-he Job Department of the Phoenix Pioneer is fully  equipped to turn out the BEST QUALITY of Stationery  for a,uy kind of business. Special attention paid to work  for Min.es.,    Stock, the best;   quality, the highest grade.  ADDRESS:  THE PHOENIX PIONEER,  'Phone No. 14. PHOENIX, B. C.  eoo��ee��oeee��e������e>��������eoo��eoe��906ose��aoeoa��s����<>o������e>a��  WINTERSERV1CE  Effective October 13.  A  New Feature.  TOURIST SLEEPING CARS  ON  CROW'S NEST SECTION.  Leaves  KOOTENAY LANDING  Tuesday and Friday.  Connecting at  Medicine   Hat   with  main line cars for  ST. PAUL via SOO  LINE.  Toronto, Montreal, Boston  and Inteimadiate Points on direct route.  For Time-tables   rates   ami   full  information  call on or address nearest local agent, or  o. w,  Dey,  Agent,  Phoenix, 15. C.  E. J.Coyi.k,  A.G.I'.Agt.  Vancouver, B.C.  J. S. Carter, II. l>. A.,  Nelson, RC.  '������VI  'Hi  i; !  'ill  i  H ll  Mr? i  ml'  M  mu  ffin  mfo  'JW5 '  :^7  ��� <\\ i  ���*.J        *!  UL i  ���>���;  i'fyi i'  Ml/. -.  St'1��  1 i' :>  l?v.  'V  -&  i  ��r   **   17*  ll"  '  L"^'"?  1   .  .��*'  t   > 1j  1  ��9 "   ���  "5v  J %   ii   �� ;   i"  i    ��� L  t  *   , it i j      *, t     - i-     ���-.-�����    ���. j..  ,1  I I THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  it *zj  r,.  I */<  j V* * rti  ,*,   I   .   -  ir<\ -.' ���  V u    ��N    '  7*\ .  &XW9  -�� -^^^Ss===s= CCS TO =c*S-^~���  3 LAW-McQUAID   COMPANY,    Limited 2  OPPOSITE OLD  IRONSIDES HOTEL.  GROCERIES AND FURNISHINGS.  ��%wi.  WEAR a FALL SUIT or OVERCOAT made by  flcAULIFFE ������ TAIL0R  and your Friends will praise your taste*    Union help only employed*  t  REOPENED  UNDEK  ENTIRELY  NEW  MANAGEMENT.  r  VICTORIA HOTEL  GILLIS & FORRES V, Proprietor.  JOSEPH N. 01LL1S, Manager.  OLD IRONSIDES AVE., PHOENIX, D.C.  Tho I otico will hero-  iiflei \w roiiiliirtcil  in I'iret-ClitHB style,  ami Every Department will lutvu tho  best obtHiiuililc.  ��  Corporation of the CitV  of  Phoenix.  BY-LAW NO. 27.  The Municipal Ciniiinl <'f<n<* <-.npomtioii ��f  tlic City of I'liLeinx c ii.icIh uh fulloui.  I. film lii-laiv iiiiit htcilnl for nil inir|��>*-i>  an '��� Water unit KlitlnC Light l'miicli.us Ny lu ��  Amciidiiient ll\.t,n�� N" '7. 1901" ,     ,, ..  3. Srclloir a of ��� Wntcr iinii i:ii��.lrli! MIS' ���  Frniicliiueg fcy-lnw !*���<> *li >9->l." i** lieril'y  nineiidnl by*ktrll.iiiK "in 1 lnusti.6 mill U ol tlic  j-rojioiicd nicrreiiHiil ��'*l loitli llieiiln, uml miIi  ��UliilliiK tlie rulluHiiiK llimfor. ,  "6. 1'Iiiit tlic |ir, iiiiIi.i��kIi.i11 iiimiKiiu tin  coui-truciionof tlicbinil untei unit li|,Iit t.)i>t*.iu��  not Inter tlimi Helen <l.ijn lifter tin. n^tiMK m  tin in of the complete title tn I lie f.nij<*lii��.��  lK.rel>yKiaii(rd,ti!Kl of mild uulirr iLConla for  tin. supply or wntei imdii 1'iirllll of tin* Water  CluiiMk ��� onwilldatlnii Act, tl Die ��nlei coiij-  prlkcil in t��o ucurtlk I11I1I li) one Cmiijc \\.  Kunilii-rKcr, of two koiircik cf wiilei on tlic  '* Idaho"mid "Ciiueruii" minimi clnnim rex  iKciiirly.uiid of tlic iinler of 11 pund or Uk.c  knownn�� ".MnmliiillI.uU*," |>io\ldid tluil Ilic  keniion )>eniiit��, or in soon ttieienfici 11k the  season pinnim, Mild wutei rceorilnnln.il ({nulled  to entitle the pronioicro to the Hind miters 111  pilorilv loall other ncordH for fcnld wiiterH 01  liny oftheni,niidnliall lime the njntems rciidy  for use (im hood u* ixwHilile ufier hiicIi cuiiiniciicc-  inent' f coiiktiiiction, mid the promotcra shall  niiiKc all npplicatioin-i nnd pay all fees iiccctinHry  lo obtain audi valid ��alir records, prescribed  liy the Water ClnimiK CoiiHolldntlon Act.  "13    In tlie cieiil of tlic present noiirceK of  Ktipplj contemplated in IliU Agrctiiient liccoiu  Iiik iiiMilficient to Hiipplj* Hie liiliiililtniiltii'f Hit  til City of I'hoenix with  wntir for doniemic  I  The Local Grist,   j  On the Y-. V. & E. Survey.  James H, Kennedy, chief engineer  of the V., V. and !��., in speaking of  the suivey in progress westward   troin  Dr. Mathison, dentist, Greenwood JM|?"aj7 lcce1nlly sa'd.    ,.  ..I. t~\.-~*.- , I      ive nave.localed tlie line as far as  Botti 'phones.  C.  H.' Eschbaugh,   of  spent Sunday in town.  .Thos. J. Hardy, visited  his  rawh,  near Grand Forks, last Thursday.  '    Wm. yden Williams went over  to  Rossland Monday, returning Wednesday.  Born, to the wife of*\V. S. Macy  at  '  Waila   Walla,   Wash.',   on   the   9th  '   instant, a daughter.    '  Sample  Reeves'   fine   Chocolates,  Bon-Bons, French Creams and  I Minim.    A fresh supply just received.  L. G. Henderson, of Vancouver, of  ' the. Uiitisli Columbia Gazetteer, was in  J'Jicenix last Saturday.  Last Monday's train, the first under  the new winter'schedule, arrived nt  ��� Phoenix ten minutes ahead of time.  Churcli goers will take notice , lhat  the various churches of the city will  hereafter use C. P. R. time in announcing meetings.       ' '  This week the city cleik, has been  vigorously collecting quite a number of  traders' licenses, road taxes, etc., that  were due some time ago. 1 '  "'Richard Marsh, of Rossland, who  recently built a two story building in  the city, was in town last Saturday,  looking over his investments.  >��� P. Burns & Co. reopened their  branch butcher shop on Old Ironsides  ,avenue last Saturday, Mr. Brown le  turning from Grand Foiks to take  charge.  H. E. Gillis, inspector for the Birk  beck Loan & Savings Co., Toronto,  was a visitor in the city this week.  'I'he'company has placed a number of  building loans here.  George Winter, who has been caretaker of the Golden Crown mine since  the properly was closed, about a year  ago, will shortly leave for the Crow's  Nest country, fora short holiday.  R. A. Scott lias been awarded the  contract for building Ihe Presbyterian  minse on Giey Eagle avenue, and has  already got lumber on the ground.  The building will <;ost about $800.  Dougald McMillan, who has been  in the Greenwood hospital for a couple  of weeks or more, is now reported to  be improving alter a bad siege or'  typhoid fever, but it will be three  weeks before he is out.  Monday Rev. I). H. Reid let the  contract for the Congregationarcliurch  to Thomas Corner for a sum approxr  mating $2,000. * There were lour ten  ders put in, that of Mr. Corner being  the lowest by about $200.  Dick Lorah, the popular caterer,  after a brief rest, is once more in the  catering business, this time at tha  Mint Restaurant, on Dominion ave.  As Mr. Lorah is popular in Phoenix,  he will doubtless command his shaic  of trade.  1 j -���'*-' right bank of the Okanogan river  Kossiana, |0 0l(}| Washington. -The line wll be  longer than I at first anticipated as  we aie keeping it down to a one pei  cent, grade. For instance, from Midway to the vicinity of Sidley lake, via  Rock Cteek, Biitish Columbia, aiiu  Bolster, Washington, jt will requite 44  miles with one loop. Westward it is  plain sailing to the bank of the Okanogan liver, where a consideiable drop  occurs. To overcome this so as to  cioss the nvei to the mouth of the Similkameen river, we go south 25 miles  looping back at a lower altitude and  crossing the Okanogan and following  up this stieani north to Kichtei's ranch  and thence deal to Piiiiceton. 'The  suiveyois will be kept in the field all  winter if necessary until Princeton is  leached."  Speaking of the consti tiction in pro-  giess _ between* Marcus and Grand  Foiks, he .said that while the conn acts  called for the completion of the*-woik  in November, it would be impossible  to have the grading done by that time.  However, rails should fe laid sometime in Januaiy, 1902.  BUSINESS MENTION.  Lost, Strayed or Stolen.  One bay horse, about m hands  high', with biand of W Z on left foie  leg. "Suitable lewaid will be paid foi  Information leading to its recovery.  Notify the Phoenix Pioneer or the  office ol Jhe Winnipeg Mines, Ltd.  TO PATRONS OF EASTERN SWEAT SHOPS  Union Man Calls Attention to a Common I  Practice I  Dr. Simmons, dentist, RendeU  Block, Greenwood. V. & N. phone g6.  It will pay yon to try the Hazlewvod  Kngs, Butter and fine Swiss Cheese.  Shipments received daily at Reeves',  the Ha/lewood*agents lor Phoenix.  Good comfortable rooms at reason  able rates, at Norden hotel, Dominion  avenue. " *  Good comfortable rooms at reasonable i.ites, at Norden hotel, Dominion  avenue. *  Furnished 100ms for rent in the  Delahay block,1 Dominion avenue.  Ask for the Miner.s' Union cigai.  Clear Havana filler. *  Eggs, Butter, Cheese and Biead; all  these thiiiL's lhat you tannot do nith  out aie for .sale at Keeves', the Ha/.le-  v.ood agents, inj.ower 'Town.  .See Almstrom & Herg at the Norden hotel. Dominion avenue. *  If jou wish a. first-class cigar call for  the Mineis' Union. *  For Sale���5-Octave Piano.    Apply  to Mis. W. B.Willcox, Grey Eagle ave.  Lodging house   to rent.    Apply  to  McArthur & Monk. -' f  'Try   those   delicious   Olympia   cr  Eastern 'ivsters'at the Hutte Calf.  Wanted���A good stable in central  location. Will lease for a long lime  il owuei will build. Inquiie at Pioneer office.  Nitrous oxide and oxygen for pain  less extraction of teeth at Dr. Math  son's.    Both phones. *  II you wish a first class cigar, call  for the Miners' Union. *  Canary biids for sale. Apply to  Mis. J. E. McAuliffe. *  See Almstrom & Berg at the N01-  dt'ii hotel, Dominion avenue. *  ,r'M)  Geo. H. Mead, ore shipper for the  Granby Co., who has been taking a  couple of months' vacation at Sinrcoe,  Ortt., returned to Phoenix Monday,  having visited Buffalo, Chicago,  Kansas City and other places while  absent. - >  Danny Dean got a decision ovei  Al. Wilson, at Giand Giand Forks,  last week FYidaj', in ten lounds, in a  light-weight boxing contest. Danny  " sajs it is almost necessary to kill your  man in Grand Forks to secure a favorable decision.  W^" P; Tiernaj', of' the firm of  Tiernay & McPhail, who aie giading  the exteniion to the Knob Hill spur  tor the C. P. R., ar lived in town  Wednesday. It nil! requiierlose to a  month to complete the work, if the  weather continues favorable.  Kess Stone, a laboier, had his skull  fractured by a falling rock while engaged in blasting operations on the V.,  V. & E. railway near Gilpin's. He  was removed to the hospital at Grand  Forks, where an operation was per-  foimed by Dr. Northrop, assisted by  Dr. Dutton. Stone will probably  recover.  PriOExrx, Ji. C, -TVt. 18.1S.01.  To the KditokofThk I'rronxrx Piovkbk:  This i�� the time of year wlirn tin'  whole cini'itiy is fl��)oiIf ii ��iih catalogues  frmii KuIoii'h, Simpson'* nn<l other ile-  pari'mental oloii's, and on this I wich to  e.ty a few'wonla.  Now, I am not a crunk, nor have 1  evoi^bfcii called one. lint, I want t>�� aMc  jou what is your opirion of people wlm  will not work for less than union wnire*.  IheniwlvpK, and who refuse to let Chinamen work in ihecitv tiei'iin-e tliev will  ruin,,wages and are ii detriment to Hie  community, who ix>ljev<* in unionism  and who always atk for union made  goods, and who will sanction the action  of their wi\e-*, ninthpia ami sisters when  tiny hike a catalogue and examine it  from covei to 1 over", and select anything  andeverylhin^they need, and Bend fur  them to a house where non-union wares  aie-paid mid in fact poorei watres limn  tiny scali or Chinnmnn would woik for in  ihiR conntiv.  You miv Phoenix is a jtood town, (and  ���so it i��;. and you like to see good liiis'-  Jieps im n and wood luieiness houses here,  nnd yet, while uonit* of our men are  diawinj; $0 00 to !jC 00 per dnv, tliev  patronize n firm that pays .'16 centH to  $2.60 per dav. ��nd only a'few get as high  bh $1.00 Io*2 50 per dav.  fiurinir Ihe pnt>t couple of weeks there  have Iven dozens of parcels hv until and  expref-s ui 1 ive for people of Phoenix, and  some even come to ptople who tliem-  Felven aie in !nisine-s and who expect  ihe patronngeof tl e people of Phoenix.  I claim that a ninii who refuses to sup  poit a legitimate lmsint'HR cnnieri on by  a man who makes and spendH Ins money  wiili nd, and who will support, s-oine  "cheap triiy" in Toronto, Montreal or  Rome pliu e else, is lit tie or nothing hliort  of lieisig a seal). Jf our people make  union wages, why not suppoit men who  supporttinion wages and in other wnyi-  atippoit.unions and nnioninn.  JTIiankinjr von Mr. Kdiior fortheppare  yon have fo kindly left at mv dippoeal,  I am. yours truly,  A Union Man  AND A Wem.-WibIIHR FOB PlIOBNIX.  l,-iesh Ohnipia and Eastern oystj  at the Butte Cale.  Phoenix : Bakery  C. W. GREER, Prop.  Phoenix' Street,  Opp.   P.   O.  Bread Delivered Daily to all  parts of the City.  Wlicn ��c say we make good Bread  ��eare only lepcatiuj; the words of  0111 man) customers To the stranger  ��e say, Try it aid he convinced.  VrKS, CAK1CS, COOKIKS, DOUGHNUTS, I<tc, fllwayo on hand  Light Express in Oornectioii  V.   & N PHONR, 53.  y->4-M*-f-K^-f+44-f^-H**H-H-f-ft  IMUSHl  FOR THE MILLIONS.  FOOD for the GODS  ROLLED OA'IS  OAT MEAL  WHEAT MANNA  QUAKER-OATS  GRAPE NU'IS  FARINA  GERMEA  CREAM of WHEAT  Malt Breakfast Food  KAlston's Breakfast Food  Pfttijohn's Breakfast Gem  White Corn Meal  Yellow Co��n Meal  uurpom-H and Hie protection, then tlie (mmiolcm  BlinllcaiiHe water to be nrocnird elrievvlieie lor  hiicIi Mii|>|>ly, mid in the e\ent oCtlicii  CuiliiicKC  to do the t orpoialion kIii'.II lia\ctlie *rl|*lit anil  privilege to take over unit acquire the watei nud  11);lit fUteniH In llilx Aicrecmeiil iiKiilloiied, anil  nil niiclnny iidditloiisllicrttoor exttiiNhms tneic-  or,ltu*iCllier \\ Ith all ��liter recoulH, laudii, I IjjhlHuf  way, rlghiKof expnipriullon, nml nil oilier rifjIitH  nnd jirh'ileceHliL'id li> them, the |iromutcrn, and  connccltd in any Hiiy nltli tin* nald nulcr nnd  electric Unlit H>nleiiiN, upon niviuj: lo the pro*  nioterN nt leant ulx nioiillis jirevioim  notice in  urltiiiK todoso,mid the CoriMiatl li Khali pay  to the pioinotcm Tor naid  uat.i nnd light s>��*  Unix, if taken ovtr i<nd iui|lilri.l  nilliln   lire  >tarit from the dale hereof, th< iiinoiinl admit!)  cxpeiidtd In   the  colihtriicllort nnd acqiilnilioii  of said water and    titllil   KjittoiiK,   and    nn)  udditloiiH to or ixUmhioiim cfllic (nunc, and the  priliiiilnary cxikiisch, and such mini lis, nftei  taklnj; into iiceumit nil ie\cniiei> rectived mid  nil reasonable expenditure on account i.f work-  iiiKcxiiense^nnd inainteiiaiia*, will ninoiiiit lo  ten per tent, per annum on Mich imioiitiU, hut  ifsald   ivnlpr, nnd lljjht systems he lakcii o\er  and   noiiilnd 11A1.1   fiee ycurii from   lite date  lieivol, I lie  ��� orpoiit Ion   slinll  pay   tlie   promoter* tlic *.nine ul such uatcrnud light systems,  Intidn and uorks, such  value   to he uciei mined  ly iirlittrntioii puisiiunt to the Arhltiatioii Act,  mid   on  any such   urhitrallon  the   .irbitrulois  shall take as tlie busts of their taltiaticii the  ninoiiiit uhlcli would   he required to (.oiistniLt  Mich work/wit the date if the arbitration, and  the  condition   in  winch   the works are,   and  shall  not allow auvlhiiiK for the wiltic if the  franchises*     I'rovidtd,   however,   that    heior<-  thei orporatiou*shall hnie such light lo take  over nnd acquire said water and li^lit s)*>teuis,  tlie  ��� orporution  shall give   to  the   promoters  two mouths notice 111 writing of such Insutficl-  ency, and if the p'omoterH believe there to tie a  siillicieut  supply  cf watei   as nforvsald,'sucli  qiiebtion of iiibufliclciic}   slinll   be   dttermiiied  pursuant lo tlie prowiinus of the   Arbitration  Act, nud 111 the event of its Ik tug found that  there is an Insufficient stippl)  ofiwiUr the pro-  motets, if they elect to ko elsewhere for then  Hitter,shall, within one 111011II1  fiom such (le-  termii utlou, if the seu*iou permits, or as soon  thereafter as the season pei 1111th, coinnti.iice the  construction of works with a view tosuoply a  suflicieiit quantity 1 f water  ns  aforesaid,   nun  shall as soon as possible after such commence  mint of construction complete the said works  Provided, further, Unit 111 the event of such  f.u!  mecf water, and the Corporation  in t takiiii.  oier   and acquiring the said v..der   and I it lit  systems, in caseof tlie failiue 1 f tlie pioiuoters  to go elsewhere for such water, then the promoters shall   he  hound,   and  shall   only   he  bound, to   Hujijil)  such unter as is obtainable*  with ulldiiediliKe-uce from the pie-sent contemplated   sources 1 f suppl*, .    Provided,   lurther,  lhat the Corporation ma), in lieu of pitrcliusiue.  both the said water and light lysteuis in  man  uer above mentioned, purchase* the waters)stem  only, and in  such c.ts^ the   Corporation   ishiill  have the pil.-jlegc <f purchasing said light svs  tem nl the end ofeucli succtsshe penod   cf live  years from the purchasing of slid via er S)hUm,  upon the teiins set foith 1111'laiise 16 heree f "  3 This b)-law shall, hefo'e the fi 1.11 paa-dni.  thereof, lecetvethe assent cf the elec.ors 1 f the  Corporation 111 the uipiiuer prescribed by the  Municipal Clauses Act, nud amendments thereto  reUUng to the. couti acting of debts not payable  out of the niuuic'pal 1 eveuue.s within tfie current  vear. ,  fussed the,Municipal Council the-2.id day of  October,  1901  Take notice that tlic above isn true copv of  Ihe proposed b)-hiw upon which the vote ifthe  municipality will be taken at Ct) Olhcc,  1'hoeii x, h 1 ., on .Moudnv, the jist day cl  O.-tober, 19 ji, between the liours of da 111 iiik.  4 P ��� m  Al ak (',. Simpson,  Cleik ofthe Man ci pal Council.  An Up-to-date  Stock <"  Drags,  Patents,  Toilet Articles,  Will alwajs be found ��itli  A. P. McKENZIE  ..special offerings  in Dominion Copper Co. and Old  ironsides Townsite Lots.  1/>i* (or falo on ciwv irriiiH in "New Ymk" tmviifiln.  WiMihuhhi'I nyeneiHl Hiokcriik"!* ami Iiihihiimcc ISii*.im>hf  M'ARTHUR & MONK, Agents  OI'hCK. llHAVH-Wll.l.M'Mh Hmk-k.  P.O. IIOX.J3.  Dointiiioii  Avenue.  The Dmpfrist.  Phoenix, B. C.  ^��*gK$>4>4Kg><i>4'4--g>(g><^^^  alarm!  clocks!  We have moved  -   to our new quarters on Knob Hill Avenue.  WK wotiliJ lie plcnsuJ to'have )ou t-nll nml'visit ns in tmr new  jrlacc <���( business.    We have jusi received sevei.il con.sigiunent!!'  ol' fiesli and |'io|iuliir Cigars and Tobbaccos and Confectionery.  ^\cRac Bros. & Smith,  Stationery, Cigars and Tobacco, Confectionery, and Fruits.  The   Largest  S tock  in     Phoenix.      All  Guaranteed.  .* GEO. E.  DE Y j��  J      K      W      K      L      V.      K  Snfoke KELOWNA Union made  CIOARSS  r  H\I,i:Y().V JIOT SI'KIXUS SA.MTlKirM  The most complete Ll C A I T Ll  on the continent of North n �� n I. I n  Americn. Situated inidHt D C C (1 D |  scenery 11111 nailed iorjjrau. " C w U n I  deur. lio.itinj'', I'mlmiK nnd Incursions. Kcsi  dent Physician ami Nurae. Tslegrnphic com-  niiimciitioii with nil parts of tlie world , two  mails mrnc and depart rvtr> day. Its baths  cure nil nervous and muscular diseases, it* waters heal all Kidney, Mierand Stomach Ailments  Terms. Ji5to$i8per week, nccordlng to resi  deuce in hotel or wllus* , IlltlCioli Springs,-Arrow T.ake It C  New  Fall and Winter  Goods  are now arriving including:  Tweeds  Overcoatings  Serges  Fancy  Wosteds  Fancy Vcstings  Choice lot���All Imported Goods. ���  Peifect l-"it Gunrnnteed.  R. HORREL,  110", THK TAILOR.   ,  K.\on Hnr, Ayk., - - Pir6KKix. B C.  s>6c Prospector's Exchange |  ���I    IF YOU HAVE A MINE or Prospect for HA1.K tend un ii full re|xnl. Willi nanipl^ of i  ��� ore, ntntlng price and tcrtlis,   Our facilities fir placing n properti   qnlcLly are unexcelhd,  !  ��� Wr nmltca specialty of fr**e nillliiin gold properties    Corres|miidcnce Solicited. i  I Address: Room 4 K W,-C Ui.k, Nelson.H.C.' Andrew F. Rosenberger, Mgr. i  it ���"���   ������'*^",.....,.....,.M���.,#��',.....M... ,  ��  J. McCAGUK,  PROI'KIEIOK.  V. & N. I'lione, No. 48.'.'.'���'  Bread, Cakes, Pies, Etc., Fresh Daily.  BobThcIai,or Gity Bakery  IRONSIDES ADDITION, I'HOKNIX, B. C.  Kkkk Dki.ivkkv  Write to the ROSSLAND WAREHOUSE AND  TRANSFER CO., Rossland, B. C, for prices for  immediate delivery,  STOVE OR FURNACE SIZE  rnmrnmrnwlMim w w wwmm w w nr nr t|  Electrical Con- ��  sirucfion and I  Now open under  1 r  New 'Management.  12? People's Cash Store \  ^ HARDY-McKKNZIli BHOCK. 4-  ^^f^^^^-f-f-^-H-^**-**-*******-******^**^ l^s>^>-^s><$'��^^$xS)��*<sx5^^  the MINT  Restaurant  DOMINION  AVE.  I have reopened the Mint  ResUtiiant, and Coidially  Invite my many old fiiends  and the public generally to  once more extend llieir  patronage. Specialty of  Home Cooking.  TICK LORAH.  Hobbc and l.ol for Sale.'   " -  For  sale 4-room house and lot,011  Ivnob Mill avenue, lieivveen First  aiid  Second street.    Apply tt> owner. ..  John Au.stux  *=  ^  Ciinningham  & Anderson  Fixtmes, Motor*;,   Ihnamos,   Etc.,  House  3. jXl^AV-IrthK^P-jd.;Dynamo Repaiiing.    Mine In-  htallatuin a Sjieci.il'y.  ����t *���><..  For SAl.t���Spring  Chickens,  and $7   per dozen.    Mrs; \V  cox, (Jiey Eagle Ave, 'Phone No.T5  $6  H. Will*  ^ PHOENIX and GREENWOOD, B. C. %  \   ���!���  Fruit, Products ond GroceriesJ.  V. & 1>". riione No. 9^.  Fresh Goods Arriving Con  tinnaJly, Prompt Delivery  PHOENIX, B.C  A  ��  e  #  I  MENS' AND BOYS  Clothing  Overcoats  Underwear  Men's Mackinaw Suits  Carim Make.  1  Boots and Shoes  Rubbers.  Leading Makers and Popular Pi ires.  AND SOFT FELTS.  Ill Ll'll 'lIlL' .MltltPH.  BLANKETS and  ��� COMFORTERS  e  *  (if  ���5  c  ���  a  a  a  0  *  ��  ��  ��  ��� ���  0  t  ���111  AT ALL PRICES.  r  S Our Stock of House Furnishings, Stajifef and Fancy Dry Goods  �� be found up-to-date, including many Novelties for Ladies and Children? Wear.  will ������  i  aseeeaosttaaeotseasaoocatstttiitta.......... .-����������oaao  a   !���,���> .^.1* ,t.   .Vi"'"* *-il  *    '���������i'i'   ' 'f �����    ��� Vi',"   -�� \j- i.Vijf "     .   ���'"''      -��� ,JI/,'i'i'' ;���''    ���"���-  ,r .1   ".      *."f-iit,.l ,"*.-������  j--. .��   \-'v  ������ ,t...'i   ������   ������/   n-T     i��*t ���.>..���'.' ���-��;��V..,'.-N-:-i      - ,. ���,--   J..1*.-��./,.,">..���  .  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