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 c  ob  <tf,4s3sL  9   -A  (<&s'-'L,t~\-  //  -/l���v-v  c  SB  a..���....�����..���������������*�����������������*.�������������������:  We men are working  J  Fthe mines of {  PHOENIX       j  h.in in all other 13oun:, |  fry camps combined.     |  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining: District.  ����**��*+������*���������'  | The Pavroll of !  j      PHOENIX       :  : Is larger than that of I  j any other Boundary :  I    Camp, i \  ����������������������������������� �������<�����<��������������  VOL. I.  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, SEP fEMBER i, 1906.  No.  42.  *��'  ***-*��*** *****���*��>*��-*<��-  ������������������*������������������* ����>�����������+��������**�������������;������  tHtM������4��M������IMIMI*��Mn��t��4t��  ��� ��"��*����������*����*��W������t��i�� ���������<������������������+  BONDED FOR $45,  Evening- Star and Sibley  South Wellington Camp.  in  POR BCD ROCK PRICES.  SMEUERMANAGER LAIDLAWSIGNED IT  *���������������������������  [First-class goods bought by  the carload, in the best markets of the world;  IJVOT from Local  Wholesaler and Dealers.  IS  K. Fraser Owned The Claims  Robert S. and  ���Work To start By September JO  Big Deal In That Locality.  ���First  Is  25 per cent cut on Ladies Sylish Shirt Waists.  10 per cent cut in Summer Muslins, etc.  South Wellington camp is rapidly  coming to the front, and attracting that  attention to which the old prospectors  of this section have long believed it  was entitled, if big ledges and satisfactory values were to be taken into  account.  Last ^fciday Bob Fraser put his  name to the bond by which he and  his brother, J. K., made over the Evening Star and Sibley claims in that camp  to Andrew Laidlaw, of Spokane, who  is also manager of the pyritic smelter]  to be constructpd this  net returns from any ore shipped from  the property during the life of the  bond are to be placed to the.credit of  the Fraser Brothers. Mr. Laidlaw  expects to start a force of men at work  next week, and ��� will sink a 50-foot  shaft.  Thus far but little work other than  assessments lias been doneon the Evening Star group, the claims of which  were located in 1895. The work done,  however, has fully' demonstrated the  fact that the propertyhas an immense  lead on it, which has been traced for  upwards of 125 feet. A, Pioneer representative recently visited the property, where the work done revealed a  fine ledge of copper ore; Samples  from this'le'dge gave as high.as 19 per  cent in copper. This find was ;made  near the side line of the claim, the next  property being the Sailor, also owned  by parties in Phoenix. Other promising properties in close proximity are  the Vancouver and California, the latter having considerable development  done.  It is said that a representative of the  Miner-Graves syndicate recently examined the property and reported  favorably on it. ; Mr. Laidlaw,.however,  secured it, and it is generally conceded  that his acquisition is a  valuable one.  BY MR. WATERLOO  Millionaire  Printer Addresses  Snowshoe Employees.  MEN PRESENT A UNIQUE SOUVENIR  Chairman of tbe Syndicate Predicts '���' Great  Future���Says Ample Capital Will Be Forthcoming���May Build Reduction Works.  Carload  of this season's  Butter arid Fresh  Eggs.  Also a Carload of New Potatoes and Dry  OflionS direct from California.  fall at Boundary  Falls, on Boundary creek. ��� The Snowshoe syndicate  party, m-  , .. 'Consideration named in the eluding Messrs. Waterlow, Tones, Hol-  bond is $45,000, the payments extend-1 ford and McMillan, wentrto Rossland  ing over a period of  15. months,   the yesterday.  first of which is a substantial sum, and j . Quite a number of men  have been  comes due in 90 days.    Accoiding to,added to the Old ironsides and Knob  the terms of the document  active  de-  forces this week, and   Foreman  Der-  velopment is to begin on the  pro|)erty  mody says  he  now   has  on or before September 1 oth,  and the  work.  This has been an important week at  the Snowshoe mine, on account of the  visit by the chairman of the syndicate,  Mr. Geo. S. Waterlow, the wealthy  London printer, accompanied by Dr.  H. Lewis Jones of London, and other  officials resident in the province.  , A careful examination of the property  both above and underground, gave the  gentlemen much satisiaction with the  outlook for the future, and they seem  confident that the Snowshoe will repay  development. Wednesday the entire  force was called into che office, and  were addressed by the chairman and  Mr. McMillan, responses being made by  Messrs. Delahay and Morrison on behalf of the employees.  Mr. Waterlow, in responding to the  toast of .his health,  said it  gave   him  great pleasure  to be at the  Snowshoe  175  men at and in British Columbia,  and to meet  I those who were employed on the prop-  ,arge stock of Miners', Build-  Painters' Supplies*  ers  fPrompt Delivery.   I$&Zti?",>ecliom wi,h'"parls of city  (0.,  Old Ironsides Ave., Phoenix, 5. C.  mmmm  '#  t  I  t  t  ;  PHOENIX ANOTHER BUTTE  Is Already the Second Gamp in Ore Shipments  in British Columbia.  The following facts about Phoenix tell the story of what capital has already accomplished in the chief  mining camp of the Boundary. There arc yet many promising prospects well worthyof business, like  exploitation. ... -.__,. ��� ;  Phoenix itself and the camps to which it is the nearest banking and business  point, are now shipping 3,500 tons of gold-copper ore per week, or 152,500 tons  per year. '  The Knob Hill and Old Ironsides, situated in the very heart of lhe 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 weekly.  Other properties, such as the Golden Crown, Winnipeg, Atlielstan, etc., are  shipping not less than 50 tons per day, or 350 tons per Aveek.  The ore shipments from Phoenix alone far exceed the combined output of all  other mining camps of British Columbia, outside of Rossland.  Yet Phoenix is only in its earliest iufancy.  erty. He had heard much of the richness of this district from the managing  director, Mr. McMillan, who when in  London did not fail to tell of the great  openings for the profitable investment  of capital. Mr. Waterlow said he  visited the Rossland. and Slocan districts of British Columbia two years  ago, but this was his first visit to the  Boundary district, with which he was  much pleased, and for which he predicted a great future. The mineral  wealth of this district was undoubtedly  very great, and it would require a large  amount of capital to develop,-':This  capital would be forthcoming in London, but he hoped that men would  take care not to take "wild cats" to  London. This has been done to some  extent in the past and has done great  injury to British Columbia.  With reference to the Snowshoe itself Mr. Waterlow expressed his pleasure at the development to date, and  he hoped and believed it would turn"  out a big mine. If it did, he would  undertake that the necessary capital  should he forthcoming to develop it,  and if necessary capital would also be  found later for reduction works. Mr.  Waterlow said he was glad to .know  that the relations between the management of the Snowshoe mine and the  employees had always been of an  amicable nature, and he hoped this  would.long continue to be the case.  As an employer of from 8,000 to 10,000  hands in connection with his business  in England, Mr. Waterlow said he had  considerable experience with labor  matters, and it had always been his  endeavor to study the welfare of those  who were in his employ.  He hoped the day Was not far distant when permanent development  work would be engaged in on the  Snowshoe, and that then good bunk-  houses and accommodations would be  provided for the men. In concluding  he wished all present success in their  various undertakings, and said he  should look back to the week spent at  the Snowshoe, and in the neighborhood  of Phoenix, as one of the pleasantest 01  his lite.  On Thursday the employees presented Mr. Waterlow with a.scarf pin,  made in the form of a gold miner's  candlestick with a moonstone candle.  The men also gave Mr. Waterlow and  Dr. Jones two larged sized candlesticks  of fine workmanship.  NOW INCORPORATED  Bill for Phoenix   Passed  Legislature.  By  NO OPPOSITION ON THIRD READING  Janes Punch, Delegate to Victoria, Reported  at Board of Trade Meeting on Appropriations Secured for Phoenix.  FINE WAR EAGLE ORE  Best Rock Yet Found on This  Promising Property.  Workmen Have Gone Through 25 Feet of Excellent Copper Sulphide Ore.  Just Ask Us  FOR ANYTHING YOU WANT IN THE  rE will be pleased to supply you at the  most reasonable Prices with goods of  the best quality.  Morrin & Thompson,  Dominion Avenue  ..Phoenix,  HANDICAP TENNIS TOURNAMENT.  Members of the Phoenix Club Play for the  Silver Trophy.l  For the last two weeks the members  of the Phoenix Tennis Club have been  playing a series of games for the Henderson trophy, now on exhibition.  The handicap arrangement and result  of games is as follows.  Spier (owe 15)beat Simpson (scratch).  Spier " " " Gordon (plus 15).  Spier    "       "       "    Willcox(plus3o).  Smith   ' Aldham (scratch).  Smith Clark (plus ij).  Clark (plus 15) beat Hall (plus 30).  McCaw(plus 30) beat Williams (plus 40).  Clark (plus 15) beat McCaw (plus 30).  Hluut(owc 15) beat Boucher (owe 15).  JBlunt    "      "     "     Spier (owe 15).  Blunt    "      "     "     Smith (owe 15).  Mr. Blunt thus wins the trophy for  1900 on which the name of winner  and the season is to be engraved. As  the winner has no medal as a permanent souvenir there is some talk of  the club giving a racket properly engraved each year.  HONORED MR. MINER  Head of Big Synicate Banqueted at Grand Forks.   "  Mr. Miner Gave It Out that Granby Smelter and  Phoenix Mines Are a Proved Success.  ceived. He said that the success of  the smelter and mines was now absolutely assured, and that in a short time he  expected the smelter to be treating  2,000 tons of ore daily. He also said  that it had been practically decided to  erect a refinery for treatment of their  own matte. The affair was a distinct  success, and Mr. Miner appreciated  the compliment shown him.  Thursday evening citizens of the  Boundary united in honoring S. H. C.  Miner, of the Miner-Graves syndicate,  by tendering him a banquet at Grand  Forks. About an equal number of  representatives attended from Rossland, Nelson, Greenwood and Phoenix,  and one of the best banquets ever held  in this section was enjoyed. The  Mayors of the different cities spoke and  congratulated Mr. Miner on the success  of his various enterprises in the Boundary.  Mr. Miner's response  was well  re-  Big Capital for the Boundary.  private   letter,   received  this  C. Crawford, from a prom-  Toronto  brokers,   they  Real Estate and Mines.  Agent for the Phoenix Assurance Co., of London, England;  The Western Assurance Co., of Toronto;  The British America  Assurance  Co.,   of Toronto;  The Mutual Life Insurance Co., of New York;  The Ocean Accident and Guarantee Corporation, of London.  Lloyd's Plate Glass Insurance Co. of New York.  Selling Agent for the 0  D IRONSIDES TOWNSITE.  Residence Lots on 4th of July mineral claim no-won sale:   Price $250���eB'sy tenns.  In a  week by L.  inent firm of  say:  "We are all looking forward to the  Boundary to pull us out this fall, and  if the ore treatment is successful at the  Granby smelter, you will have no trouble in influencing big capital into .your  district. Rest assured that every broker in this market hopes the Boundary  will do the trick."  As it is now a settled fact that the  Granby smelter is a success, and that  the ore being treated is resulting most  satisfactorily to the management, it  should be a source of no little satisfaction to eastern investors. Much  new capital will doubtless come into  Phoenix and its tributary mines as a  result, in the near future.  ices  Columbia Telephone, No. n.  ve.  Phoenix, B. C.   J  Inspecting the Phoenix Spur.  Last Monday H. H. Forrest, of  Winnipeg, Dominion government inspector of railways, arrived in town  with Road Master Johnson, of the C.  P. R., for the purpose of inspecting the  branch from Phoenix to Eholt. The  gentlemen took a handcar from here to  Eholt. Mr. Forrest also inspected the  Deadwood spur and the road from  Greenwood to Midway. This inspection is tsken as an indication that the  C. P. R. will shortly begin running a  passenger coach into Phoenix and also  to Midway. While in Phoenix Mr.  Forrest was shown through the Knob  Hill mine, the size of the ore bodies  of which he had read of, but could  not fully realize till he had seen them  with his own eyes. He went away,  like others, quite convinced.  Sunday another rich find of ore was  made in the War Eagle. It had been  decided to continue the 25-foot shaft,  1 So feet east of" main shaft, to the 100-  foot level, and it was known that there  was some good ore in it. As the sinking continued, the ore grew better and  wider. All the week the miners have  been in a fine grade of copper sulphide,  and so far have sunk over 25 feet in  this kind of ore. The entire face of  the shaft is'now in ore, and nothing  else is being taken out, for there is  nothing else to remove.  Pipes have been laid from the compressor to this No. 2 shaft, and the  hoist will also be arranged so that it  can be utilized there, and sinking be  proceeded with to the best advantage.  Resident Manager Buck and Foreman  Duncanson are both highly pleased at  the result thus for, and unhesitatingly  assert that this new find of ore is of a  better grade than that found in the  west raise, where tests gave values of  $21.60.  A representative of the Pioneer visited the mine Wednesday'and was shown  all through the workings by Mr. liuck.  He could not but be agreeal'1)' surprised at the excellent grade of shipping  ore now being encountered and taken  out. It appears quite certain now that  the War Eagle is sure to make a big  mine in the near future, as it has an  immense body of pay ore underlying  it, which is rapidly being explored.  Last Tuesday a telegram was received from R. F. Green, M P. P., at Victoria, stating that the bill to accelerate  the incorporation of Phoeniv had passed its third reading in the legislative  assembly the previous evening without  opposition..  Originally this bill was introduced  by the member from this riding, Smith  Curtis, but was withdiawn by him because it contained a finance measure,  which could only emanate from the  government.' This finance measure is  the provision to return to the city the  pro rata amount of license fees alieady  paid into the.government by hotels in  Phoenix from the time that the provisions of the act of incorporation were  complied with.  Delegate Punch Reports.  Last Saturday evening a meeting of  the council of the'Phoenix Board of  Trade wascalled at thelmpenal hotel,  the use of which was kindly donated  by E; Weeks, the proprietor. As in  all meetings of the council, any member of the board had the privilege of  being present, and the room was well  filled. The meeting was < ailed for the  purpose of hearing the report ot James  Punch, the special delegate from 1'hoe-  nix to Victoria, who had returned that  day. He was sent to urge upon the  government certain public improvements needed in Phoenix.  Mr. Punch reported that he had  been successful in having appropriations made as follows:  Wagon road from Phoenix to Summit camp, five miles, $2,500.  Repairing wagon road, Phoenix to  Wellington.camp, two and a halt miles,  $500.  Building trail -from Phoenix to  White's camp, $1,000/  In regard to an appropriation for  construction of a suitable school building in Phoenix, Mr. Punch stated that  the government would spend at least  $3,000 in this way.  The grant towards contruction of  the Phoenix General Hospital was a  matter that all were specially interested  in. Mr. Punch said that he had been  assured that the supplementary estimates would cover this.  The request for $500 for fire protection was not granted.  The request tor an act to accelerate  the incorporation of the town ot Phoenix had been acted upon by the government, and word was expected at  any time that the act had passed its  third reading.  Mr. Punch's report was received and  adopted, and a vote of thanks to that  gentleman was unanimously passed,  lor his successful work on behalf 01  Phoenix at the provincial capital.  Phoenix Beat Grand Forks.  Last Saturday Messrs. Spier,  Boucher and Smith, of the Phoenix  Tennis Club, went to Grand Forks to  cross rackets with the players from that  town, and returned Sunday overwhelmingly victorious. Three doubles and  two singles were played off as follows:  Smith and Boucher beat McArthur  and Newett, 2 out of 3.  Boucher and Spier beat McArthur  and Newett, 2 out of 3.  Boucher and Smith beat Whittaker  and McCallum, 2 straight.  In the singles Smith played against  Ward and was beaten, and Spier against  Whittaker, Mr. Spier winning.  Return games are expected to be  arranged for in the near future.  Local Stock Market Advancing.  During the last week the market for  local stocks has been strong and advancing, with offerings very scarce.  I...C. Crawford's latest quotations from  the' eastern Canadian mining exchanges  are as  follows:   Knob Hill, 67;   Old  Ironsides, 7S; Granby,  39'A.  In Boundary Mines.  Shipments from the B. C. Mine  average about six carloads daily.  Receipts of ore By wagon at the  Granby smelter from the City of Paris  mine, Central camp, aggregate 2,000  tons.  ' Tuesday steam was gotten up for the  first time in the new 70 horse power  boiler of the Snowshoe, supplying much  needed additional power.  Returns from the first car of Buck-  horn ore, shipped to the Frail smelter,  averaged $24.32. Gross copper values  were nine per cent, and further shipments will probably be made.  The shaft is down 35 feet on the  J. and R. in Wellington camp, and 20  feet on the Hard Cash, adjoining.  The two claims are being worked together, and have a splendid showing  of ore, with considerable ready to  ship.  This week the Atlielstan has rejoined the list of shippers, and is now-  sending ore to the Granby smelter at  Grand Forks. This property is in  good shape, and its officials expect to  continue development and shipping all  winter.  The compressor for the Knob Hill  which was shipped August 23, some  weeks after the boilers, is expected to  arrive next week. In ten days after it  comes the new plant, with 10 drills,  will be in working order. The boilers  were bricked in this week.  Last Sunday the diamond drill,  which has been boring to a depth of  600 feet on the Banner, was removed  to the 300-foot level of the Old Ironsides. By an accidental shot it was  damaged Sunday evening, but was  running again Wednesday. On the  Banner claim the drill went through a  line ledge of ore.  Misses Carter and Mclntyre of  Greenwood, paid Phoenix a hasty visit  Thursday.  C3 t  T  -.n-  ��� ti��-��*r -^ -w*t ���*-���  "1-  .. k\  'I1/.'    V  ���    3.  ���: 1  Vw  ^ .  *    t  "<<  i'1  Ml  \  ./or- ipiii'  "'"'li&figj  IIP��  ffip,  Jilt  ' 'llifc  �����'  Tip  1;  up  PS  MBI  S-  i^����.  Tft  THE iPFe'EXrx PJO.NEI-k.  ISSfKI> UN B.\Tt)U>AV I!V Till  PIONEEIUTBLTSII IXti CO.  AT J'HOKXIX, II. C.  The place where the mines nre.  W. B. WILLCOX, Manager.  OdurriV'a .Telephone, No. 10.  The Phoenix Pioneer* 7u,i'!"^  the mi  has made no mistake in', this..- When  such funds are expended to . the best  .uh;image, they will bring in large  dividends, and the, Dunsmuir government yill see the wisdom of this line,  of action. '      ;  '-V��rnuu& Kelson Teltiihoiie. No. u,  sritscniiTioNS.  !Ter Vear.  ffciix MoijUiu   ...  TTo Foreij.-ti Countries.  Phoenix Lod,-;c No. 28,  Knights of PytWas.  Meets every TtieHiIny nijrht  at K p.m., Miii<'r.s'*Uni<m Hall.  Visiting !>ret]im��  wclccmr.  I,. <J. CitAWi'oitii. IC. X. ,S.  J. A. Ci.akk.C C.  II. S. CAVI.KV.  .$2.00  I 2">  3 5��  .Vlxertitiug ratei rurnlsliecl on njlplication.  I,egal notices 10 nnd 5 cent* ]x.*r line.  Vour weekly insertioiiK constitute one month's  julveitUifiz.  EDITORIAL COMMENTS  About $8,ooo will be spent in and  around Phoenix by tlie government  this fall.    It pays to.lJii/k,  U900    SEPTEMBER    1*900  "Chaos in Cathay" is the ti:!e a  coast exchange gives to tlie lioxing  match in the far east. ' It docs look a  little bit like it.  :MATHESON,  fNSURANCK -AGENT,  IliiK, I.I KIJ, ACCIDENT.  Cummisslniiei' for taking Affiiliivlts.  Phoknix, 13.  W.ll. COCHKAKK (  I  CAYLEY & COCHRANE,  SOMCiTOKSy ETC.,  PHOENlX, I!,  c.  ALDHAH & BLUNT,  MtVK'StJk'VEVOKS  AYco'DkXUG'H'rsSiKN.  Phoknix, 13. C.  CORKKK fflfriHNW'OOl).nnd  GOVKKXMHN'T STKIvKTS  GREENWOOD, B. C.  Pianos, Organs and Mfts-fc^ 'instruments' of All Kinds  Instructions given on All Jri'sfrtnnents.  Sua    Mon   Taes   Wed    Thu     Frl  9  16  30  3  ro  24  4  ir  18  25  5  12  19  26  6  20  27  ��� I    The Vancouver World  h*s  n  new  ���.  sobriquet  for its esteemed opfitempo-    i.iry, the Proviiice, M'hich' it Styles the  ! j "Daily Donkey."    Ne.vtJ    v .  1^. B. KERR,  IJakkistkr anb Solicitor,  NOTAKY I'Ul'lI.lC.  PHOENIX, B. C.  7  21  28  PHOENIX  IS  SECOND IN THE  PROVINCE.  Phoenix today stands second in the  province in point of tonnage of ore  shipments by the day, week or month  Onl\ Rossland, a camp six yt-ais or  more of age, exceeds this Boundary  *amp in the quantity of ore sent to the  Miielter. And Phoenix, as a town, is  sen 1 rely a j car old. This is a record  which it will be difficult to beat.  Less than thice yeais ago, when the  propcities of the present Phoenix camp  were beginning toattract attention liom  < .'pitali'.ts, those who knew most about  the countiy   predicted   .that our ore  ifhipmenls would astonish   the  world.  And even now the mining world is beginning to o|>en its e\es at the growing  output of ore, and to realize that  mining in this camp is being done on an  extensive scale.  Only a few da>s ago  the  Ilossland  The Department <of .Mi��es of Hritish  ^ Columbia has been awarded  a grand  22 prize at the  Paris  Ex|>osition.   'I'lie  29 expense and trwlble of Making the ex-  , hibu  will be, worth   indirectly many    I times the cost.  A. E. ASHCROFT,  MINING AND CIVIL ENCINKER  .     1'KOVIXCIA'I. LAN1J SURVEYOR.  HA.UKR & A.SHCROKT,  VANCOUVKU, II. C.  GREENWOOD, ft. C  Vaughan  .'������'   The ipfi  NNEsB  ooei  Or- the Camp.  We handle all Kinds of Beef, Pork, Mutton and Veal. B  Also Fish, Poultry aud Oysters in season.     ' ' M\  Our Prices Are JUglit-..  PHOENIX, B  Your Trade Solicited  Old Ironsides Ave.  The situation in China reminds one  of the man Who had caught hold of the  tail ota bull and was afraid to hang on  or to let go. The allied forces are in  Pckin, but they are puzzled as to what  to do with it, now that they have  possession. It is a veiitable CIiine.se  puzzle.  "With tlie building of the wagon road  to Summit camp, a trail to White's  camp and a better road to Wellington  camp���all of which should be under  way inside of two weeks���Phoenix will  become the banking and commercial  centre for all the Boundary camps that  today are steadily shipping to the  smcltcis.  Scott & McLaren,  I       Contractors and Buildkrs.  ,     Esti.matics Furnished.  PHOENIX, B.C.  ���������"���^���^������������������f ���������������������������������������������������  j ��� ��� ���        -; '���������  ! Phoenix ilews Co.+  ��  J.F.WALMR&CO.  Extra Ficc  The Plioenix Livety Bam anj  e^ Feed Stables   ^  HARRY BELL, Proi'kiktor. ,   _  & Good Saddle,  Pack and Driving Horses.    Heavy braying. J  Charges ReasonabIe.  STANDARD AVE, PHOENIX, B.  J'HOENIX' ���  MARKET.  t  t  I  Every thing in stock that  should be found iii an Up-to-  date News" and Stationery  establishment.  Patronize home Industry and  drink Phoenix Beer.  Oor. Sfc&ndard Avenue and Banner, Streets  PHOENIX, &C.  ,    :.' ������'''-'������'(  ><><>0-0<>0<><><><><><><><)^^  I P. Burns & Co.  Doubling the mineral tax to two per  cent on ore output is one way to in-  ciea<re provincial revenues, but it is  yet pretty early to begin. The mining  Miner, in an editorial on the ore pro- section has already paid far more than  duction of the boundary remarked that its proportionate share to the govern-  this section would in time exceed evem mcut.   For the present the additional  Rossland in quantity of oie sent put  lor 1 eduction. That day is undoubtedly coming faster than e>cn the  Miner's editor anticipates.  Let us scan the figure* as tliey are  today, September i, A. D. 1900. The  Old Ironsides and Knob Hill have  already ship|>ed upwards of 7,000 tons  of we, and axe just starting ten-cai  daily shipments (on 300 tons) each 24  hour's. Other properties in this neigh-  liorhood are also doing coasiderable  shipping, making x gwd Rawing���all  the ore going out over the Phoenix  spur of the C. P. R. Tabulated by  the month, the ore snipmonrs will  .stand as follows at present:  iMOXTIILV  revenue needed   should  some other way.  be raised  in  Last week a |ietition 310 yards long  ��as piesented to the legislature from  the Slocan, protesting against the ap-  pointment of a mining commission.  The laboring men of the mining districts arc in earnest about this'1 matter,  and should the government finally dead" to appoint the commission, it  would be well to have it specifkalh  declare against considering the eight-  hour law.  Daily Papers,  Magazines,  Books,  -  Stationery,  PrrES,  Tobaccos and  Cigars..  DOMINION AVENUE  Phoenix, B. C.  Agts. for Spokesman-Re\ iew  I GOOD CALLED FOR  AND DELIVERED.  DENIX LAUNDRY.      ��*-*   LAWRENCE & WATSON, Props.  Ucst of work guaranteed,     Specialty of White Shirts.  Basement Miller Blk., Dominion Av.  hotel union  Cor. Dominion Ave. and Banner St-  PHOENIX, B. C  (Opposite Miners' Union Hall)  +��� ������������M-4-f ��������� -f-M-f ������ 4-M-Mf4-��-f+  Old Ironsides nnd Knob Hill," ^w tons  dmlj       _   .  11. C Slniv, 150 lulls dail>    ,    .  <.uklcii Crown, Wiiiui]m.�� and ctlicr  prouet tits, aboi.t 50 lous dallj .   .  9.000  4,500  : 1,500  15,000  WHAT THE EDITORS SAY.  Whether' wisely or not, the government have decided to leave the   eight-  hour law to its ojieration for the  pres  ent.���Nelasiri' Miner.  The late Collis P- Huntington is  coming 111 for some hard knocks-;-which  will' take the place ol" blossoms* on his  gra\e.���Vancouver Province.  Ifotal monthly output-        .  .   .  ^vurly output, at uU.\^ late  'Ifhus it will be seen that the present  output over the Phoenix spur is at the  late ot 180,000 tons per ) car, even it It seems as though all Hritish Co  there 13. no increase, and that fiom 'umbia governments, of late, deem it  Phoenjrc alone it is o^er 100,000 tons  ll,eir especial duty to meddle with ��� the  PHOENIX  BAKERY.  C. W. Greer, Propr.,  Is making Liglit, Sweet and , Wholesome  Itrend, l'l'ciich, Kye or Oralimu. Leave  vfiur orders at the  SHOP:  PiiOENIX STREET,  REAR MORRIN & THOMPSON..  PHOENIX, IJ. C.  This Hotel is Hard Finished!Bar  Conveniently Arranged.     |  Graham & Prendergast, Props  Furnished'' with the Finest of Goods.  ilEAD OITltK KOR IIOUNDARY CKKKK, OKKKNWOOD, II. C.  'llEA��CjUAKrkKK, NKI.SON, II. C,  '���  .... ff do We d Mi tef flerttil  Aihrkets at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon,1 Slocan City,  Silverton, New Uenvcr, Ymir, Salmo, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Niagara and -Phoenix.  FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON.  All orders receive prompt -attention.   -.'  1 Leading Hotel of Phoenix, j  Everything First Class, Electric Lighted," Electrit  Bells, Free Sample Rooms,  Finest   Liquors  and  .'���'' 'Cigars.-  '; ���:������������.. . > ' ;  li. C. HOTEL CO:< Lip., Props,  J. JJERKMAN, ^AKflpKR.'"'  ���-.      -     PHOENIX, B. C  Old Ironsides Avenue,  ^���*  ���n6t a, bad showing lor so joung a  mining, camp. But there is not the  least doub^ that this output vill be  largely increased inside ot six months^  jjerhaps doubled, and reach an annual  total of at least 350,000 tons ol copper ore.  Such a prospect is^surely agreeable  to contemplate by any one. mtei ested  in tliis> section. It means prosperity |  and ypod times, and it means that in  a little whiie.more ore will go out over  the Phoenix branch than from any  othci carnp in the whole of Uritisli Co-  1 umbia,  laws affecting the mining   industry.  Cranbrook Herald-  What a' glorious chance" is now presented for some enterprising; theatrical  'man to double up Prince1 Tunn and  'Atfuinaldo, and present tlieny in tlieir  great disappearing  sketch.���Province.  A visit to the smelter of the Granby  company is sufficient to convince the  most skeptical that no 'expense has  been spared to make the plant as-com-  olete, substantial and effective as it  is possible.���Rossland Miner.  AN L'WESTMENT THATTPAVS.,  The Victoria Colonisticalls attention!  to a speech made im the house by  Smith Curtis, in,uriich(hc-sta'Ks5 that  "West Kootenajj Had contributed in  five years to the- treasury at Victoria  $1,05.2,000, not including fees. The  (folonist also asserts that the same  4i^rict probably contributed not less  than $2,500,000. to tho. Dominion  excljajiier, making a total of $3,552,-  000, im five yeais* or ^7,00,000 per  Yet, in the face of these ��� figures���  which a/e  doubtless   conservative���  there is,* hesitancy very often about  the cxposditure  needed   to  open   up  this     squplfern     Kntish     Columbia  section,  thlas is   so   rich in   mineral  wealth.   TJhat such investments pay  well there can be no doubt, whatever  Jt is pleasaat>la'note that the.jI)uns-  muir government i.vmore libscaiirnregard to pHb-l��.:w>e!rks in Koooenay afld  Yale than its penurious andshoitsig,bt-  ed   predeccjfc4uu     finance    Ministei  Turner is to.)xi c.osti'wnended for realizing  the needs of,the mining-distrjcts, as rep-  jt%f-ented to li^jf,;l^y thfc members 1'iom  tlposc sectioiw^-j^ agieemg to app;o  The metalliterous mine owners, who  applauded the action of Premier Dunsmuir in imposing a tax upon the output of roal mines, do not find the same  incentive for approbation when the  premier invites them io have-some-  I thing nith him.���Nelson Tribune;  II. IMIU  Pboznix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaranteed.    Imported Coods.  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES MADE TO  ORDKK.  PRACTICAL    MINERS'  AND   PROS-  PKCTOIW' HHOtS   A  SPECIALTY.  Corner PbocnIX St. and Brooklyn Ave.  Mrs* Wm, Dekhay  Fashionable Dressmaking  #&$  Residence^ opposite Maudcl  & Murphy's-livery stable';-  1 Carpets and Linoleums ><  "" . We have a fine line in all qualities and styles.  It will pay you to examine  and  get  prices.  In Furniture��� ,  .   We are constantly receiving the  latest,  from  ��� the finest to the cheapest.  CLARK & BINNS,  Furniture, Carpets and Undertaking,  OLD IRONSIDES AVE. - -:        PHOENIX, B.   C   ^  Hotel Phoeniili  DOMINION AVE., PHOENIX, R C: J^"  The Pioneer Hotel. |  Finest Brands of Wines, I;iquors and Cigars always in Sto&sl  Comfortable and well Ftiniished Rooms.  First-Class Dining Eooin and Attentive Waiters.  HARRY NASH, PRor.  EVUE  Knob Hill Av&    Phoenix, B. C.  This hotel is centrally located, newly biiilt and  newly furnished throughout. Ever}'thing is first  class.    Bar stocked with the finest.        :        :  EDWARD SIMPSON, Prop.  \k & (oWM Wotele liquor (opny liW-  R. GREIGER, Manager.  AGENTSF0R Pabst  Complete line ofllnr Snpi>lli:s.  J       ...GREENWOOD, B.C.  ��� When a mineral clairnicxpires': it is  any man's property; but' a? man who  will "jump" a claim upon technical formalities^ knowing the original' locator  to have acted in good faith'', is not  worthy of the name. He must heeds  belong to the canine family.���-Lardeau  Eagle. ���.' .','��� .-���'.'.   ���  Dominion Ave,-  Phoenix, B. C.  I'OR A SQUAHK  "MKALGOTO....  Phoenix Stage Line.  Makes Two Round Trips Daily Between Phoenix  and Greenwood.  Leaves Phoenix at 7.45 a. in. and 1,30 p. m.   Phoenix Time.  Leaves Greenwood at 9:00 a. m. and 4:00 p.nr.  Greenwood Time.  J, MANDEL, Pfbp.  The Wm. Hamilton Manufacturing Company,  LlMITKD/  Could An>tHi%*be Sweeter.  After Mr. Robert' Fitzsimmons had  smashed   Mr.   Augustts Rhulin  into  pul[>, he very kindly expressed his' re-  grefr, and on the followingvday paid a  iormal call  and  left-an'expression, of  sympathy, snjs the" Victoria''Colonist.  Mr. James Jeffries was  so-' impressed  with thii degree of suaviter in'*nod6on  the part of a gentleman,"-who h%&i just  shown himseli to be so decidedly- fbr-  titer  in  le, that he has published; a  card, in which  he  expresses   his  unbounded admiration for   Mr.   I'jtzsjm^  mons, and'manifests-his desire toiIlus>  trate-his-csteem on such parts of Mr.  ,l'it?^Ninwons' anatomy as are "open   to  M'ch im(tnessions under the   rules   in  feu<;h' cdh&s made and provided by, th6:  Marq'i't. ol QueensberrjJ-   Could any  thing bo bueetei?-'  Fine W^nesy Liqttors,  and^Gigars-'  e.W; Thompson & Co.  pSOPltlETORS.  Meals at All Hours.  T'lie Best the Market  ..-...���:. .Affords.. ... .  . . . AND IT'5 WORTH READING  1*i?e Job Department of the Pioneer  is'iibtfclaimed to be the largest nor the  niostfe^iterisive 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  matte'r5of all'kinds,  Iii-short, no better work-" was ever done  since" the world' tieji&h,-  That's w  ttiiilli' we're eutitledy to' ^bur. orders.  Mining work a-lsp'ecialty.  Phoenix, B. C.  ^$>$&^^&2^&$si^e^<?s��*>^\  ti.  Doiniaiofl AVence,  lte��MJ��.fe8E^#M��"wiS��^  itMssrfftfewwsffissSlata  '"^.  lESffiSS  I   ���  r*  "   if-"  1  ;)I.0WC8  l.ai  the si  the \\  the pi  says t  closet  the bi  This i  the st  the Iii  was n  found  one t  locatii  three  .  made  and si  lowesl  20 n<  chargi  amou  As  ppmei  has bi  edge(  old  s  which  on th  This  ledge  cover  j��g ol  broug  the ol  cut it  jnto t  knowi  that tl  and fc  wide.  \o WO!  force s  pectec  pow  combi  ed for  into tl  propos  on the  and th  show ���  It will  on this  that tl  a hanc  in dev  On  the pr<  from t  iiiig m:  i��g th(  Ucjt\\-oe  ^ftvelo  ijhe 10  below  Perf  ?d plei  where  Piar  ajt facti THE   PHOENIX   PIONEER.  4E$  SAW THE SNOWSHOE  Jeorge S. Waterlow a#d T^rfyr  From London,.  PRES81I  OF   TJJE  COMPANY  /cal.  Enjoys Ills First Visit to Phoenix���Owns  Largest Printing Plant lo the World,  with 10,000 Employees.  B.  ad  M$J  ���������������I  ET.  i  i  i  ��  M  a,  )N.  �����������  E  ctricl  audi  50PS.  . C.1  I  For several days two' prominent  j,onaoners have been in camp, quartered at the Snowshoe.    They are George  Waterlow and Dr. H. Lewis Jones,  (the former being president and the  latter one of the directors of the British  (Columbia (Rossland and Slocan) Syn-  fdieate, Ltd., owning and operating the  ffinowshoe group. .This is the first  Ivisit of Mr. Waterlow to Phoenix,  ^although he was in Rossland two years  J'nGo Hr. l"nes' w,10se specialty "is  fmcdieal electricity in the old  country,  now taking in Hritish Columbia and  Iphoenix lor the first time.   The gentle-  gmen were accompanied from  Rossland  $by A. |. McMillan, managing director  lot the company, J. W. Astley, who has  'been thecoiiipany'sconsultingengineer  since it began active operations on the  iSnowshoe, G. H. Hall'ord, a New Zealand explorer, and \V. Tomlinson, secretary of the syndicate.  To a   Pioneer. lepresentative   Mr.  Waterlow expressed himselt as delighted  with his trip, but was-glad to arrive  in  phoenix, the main object of his visit,  lie is well pleased with  the result  of  he  exploratory   operations   thus  far  (inducted  on   the Snowshoe,   which  jhave   uncovered    some    magnificent  ipodies of copper sulphide ore, and has  [yreat confidence in the outcome of his  '.syndicate's development work here.  '.' Mr. Waterlow is the   head   of the  firm of Waterlow &  Sons, proprietors  pf the largest general printing establishment in the world.    The firm employs  nearly or quite   10,600  hands .in   its  numerous' departments in I ,ondon and  ,suhurbs, and docs every class o'f printing known to the trade, besides using  several secret  and  labor saving  processes.    On one floor,. Mr. Waterlow  says,,he has  over   7.00  typesetters  at  work, while the   rnachine shop  alone  employs  160 hands,    The firm sends  ��vork to nearly every  country  on   the  jglobe, and does postage- stamp,   bank  note and other fine forms of lithographing and color printing, in addition   to  (the regular run of printing.  Not only is Mr. Waterlow a practical  printer  himself,  but he has a decided  '(tprtistic bent, and   when   found by the  , Qranby Smelter Matte.  It is intended that the 'maye shall  ,be shipped after being brought up to  A5-��r 5.0 per ..cesnt copper. For ithe  presetU it \\i\l .go to ,s.oir eastern re-  finqiy,. 'phis sliipping - tie, .p.ftgr  h,aving!b.een cooled, will -e crjtumed  by ifi _7*.ii) B(ake cr.usher, ,wbich will  ib,e placed in o,ue corner ,of the fur-  ,nace building on -the furnace floor.  This crushed matte will be raised by  an ordinary cup elevator to a special  matte ^ampler. '1'his matte sampler  building is so.arrauged that the crushed matte can be sampled automatically, or by hand. The lower part contains four bins, holding about one car  of matte each, and it will contain the  matte after it shall have been sampled.  The reduction works when in full  blast are expected to employ in the  neighborhood of 100 men.  ipj, ^l'ioneer  representative, was sketching  \d^Mion\t\\c   window-'of   the   Snowshoe  18tltlS'CQ m a P��rt*��liQ ?tlready "e" ''filled  ���;-?iS���jijth sketches  t^ken by  him  on  this  $MMMtt\x>. ��� ���  And Not Dead Yet.  A Kansas paper tells of a Sante Fe  section foreman, who sent in the following report to the road master:���"Mc-  Whorter's bull struck at the long siding  and killed.' We found him along-side  the track and he was not quite dead  then. I borrowed a gun and shot him  three times, killing him again. Dennis Sullivan then struck him another  blow on the head and finished him.  The bull is now dead."  Commenting upon this exciting  anecdote, the Toronto'Globe remarks.  ���"Phis lesembles the terrible carnage  that has attended tbe attacks on Mr.  Sifton. Sir Hibb.ert killed him when  he collided with him in his first speech.  Sir Charles killed him again at Sher-  brooke, and Sir Iiibbert finished him  on Tuesday night, There is a slight  difference in .tlie two cases however���  Mr. Siftpn is still alive.  Sixteen to One.  Tl}<? following explanation of the  meaning of 16 to 1 is given in view of  ���th.e re-affirming of the platform by the  Democratic national convention at  Kansas: A gold dollar weighs 25.8  grains, of which 23^22 grains are pute  gold, the remainder being alloy. A  silver dollar weighs 412.5 grains, of  which 6-10, or 371.25 grains are pure  silver, the remainder-.being alloy.  Thus the pure silver in a silver dollar  weighs about sixteen times as much as  the pure gold in a gold dollar, and this  is the meaning of "16 to i."�� The proposal to adopt the free coinage of silver  at a ratio of 16 to 1 is a proposal that  any owner of silver bullion shall be  authorized by law to take it to a United States mint and have coined and  returned to him one dollar for each  371.25 grains of silver, this dollar - being the legal tender for {he payment of  all debts, public or private. The silver in such a dollar (and the dollar  itself under free coinage) at the present  price 01' silver, is ript worth far from fifty  cents in sold.  Some Dividend  Payers.  The foiling partial list of mines in  Hritish Columbia that have paid- dividends,'has .recently been published:  C'nilKxj, tojunc, jSfiv  j3il,/>5  iJ-'ern, toJune.iP^S ,  10,000  IlnllmiiieH, l.tit., to'Mny, 1059  120,000  Idnlio, tojiimmry, 1899  392,000  I.nst Clinuce, lo April, 1890  45,000  Le Roi, to November, 1R99  1,305,0.0  Queen Ueiw, to July, 11(99....  25,000  Kniiililei-Cnrilioo, to December, 1899,... 60,000  Keco, to January, jfajS  297,500  War Mngle, to l'ebriinry, 19W  5-15,2SF  Ymir, to November, 1899 ,  30,000  It is a difficult matter to obtain &JI  statistics on account of a number of  the dividend paying mines being focld  by close corporations, which do not  make, public-their dividends.  EASTERN  Townships Bank,  ESTABLISHED I 859.  CAPITAL  RESERVE  FUND  $1,500,000  $900,000  If you have a friend in Europe  terested in this c#mp, send him  Pioneer. 'Jive cost is but $2.50  vear.  in  the  per  Church Services.  Presbyterian.���Divine service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30 o'clock,  Ironsides   time,   in   the schoolhouse.  Everbody cordially, invited.  Phoenix Mail Service.  Office hours, 8 a. in. to 7 p. 111.  MailD close fur Grand I-'orkH, Oreenwoocl, Ross-  luml, Neltiou, Hustcm  United Sta'teH mid CoaHt  potliiK daily (except Sunday) nt 7:15 n. in.  l'or Miduny, Cnmp McKiuney and l'airviewon  Monday, Wednesday and  l-'ridny nt 7:15 a. 111.  Mails due from all points at 10:30 a. 111.  1). J. MATIIliSON,  o I'oHtmnster.  FOR SALE.  Tenders will be received till midnight of ftalur-  duv, tlie Sth day of .September, 1900, at tjic oifice  of K. II. Kerr, Solicitor, I'hiienlx, II. C��� for the  purchase of tlie following property, viz.:  That certain parcel or tract oriaiid M/uuted at  the corner of Dominion Avenue and I'hoenix  Street, I'hoenix, li. C, and known ns 1,01 10, HlocL  1, of the HiibdiviHlon of tlH:"Cimeroi��" iniiicritl  claim, commoiily called Kitmhcre.er'K addition.lu  the Town cfrhuenix, 11. C. A biiildiiic, formerly  known ns the Columbia Hotel, and ltoyv known  uk the Metropolitan Hotel, is .situated 011 tjie ��aid  lot.  The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  Dated the 23rd day of August, 199?/  nOAKI) OK I>WKCTO|?..$;  ���R.iW. Hkskkp.k, 1'renldent, Hon. M. II. Cocn-  ���K*si'., Vice-Pres., Iirael  Wood, J. S. Mitchell,  *.',. Stevens,  J. N. Galer, N". W.TIioinas, C. II.  Kathnn, II. H. Hrown, Q. C.  1IKAI) OI'l'ICK, SIIKKnROOKK, P. Q.'  Wm. I.'akwkm., Oeu'I Mgr., S. Jiiidixi., I.ocal  Mgr.; S. V. Moki'.v, Ilraucli Ins|��.ctor.  11RANCHF.S.  Waterloo, W. I. Ilrlggn, Manager.  Stanstead, S. Stevens, '������"'.  Cowanvlile, J. Mncklunon, Manager.  Coatlcook, I). Austin, Manager.  Richmond, W.I,. Hall,      "  Oranliy, W. II. Robinson, "      '  Uedrord, IC. W. Morgan,    "  Magog, K. P. Oliver, "  St. Ilyacinthe, J. K. I..11'ramboise, Mgr.  lluiitliigdon.U. N. Robinson, Mgr.    '  Ormstown, II. T. Williams. Mgr.  '   ' Oraud Forks, B.C., J.W. Mncloughliu, Mgr.  I'hoenix, II. C, Wm.iSpier. Mgr^  Agents in Montreal,. Hank of Montreal; London, hug., National Hank of Scotland; llostou,.  National Hxcliange Hank; New Vork, National  Park Hank.  Collections made at all accessible points.  Ornfts issued for any required aiiumnt*. good in  all points in Canada, 17. s. and liurope. l-'x-  clinnge bought and sold.  Savings Ilraucli Department nt each office.  Interest allowed from date of deposit nnd compounded annually without requiring attention of  depositor.  Office Hours; 10-3; Saturday from 10 to 12.      '  Most Popular  Hotel in Phoenix.  It is the FAVORITE RESORT fori  the Weary and Thirsty Traveller j  or Wayfarer, and in consequence  is becoming noted throughout the j  Boundary.  Newly Furnished^ Choicest: Liquors ]|S&  and Cigars. Dining Room First- |pj  ���la(M> m Every Way.  C. W.iABBOTT, Prop.  NOTICE,  f  toi  V'-.  DEVELQP/rJENT ON THE WINNIPEG.  M! Yi  12  I  4  1  ~\  1  "1  t  ���.   n  [  *d  1  i  ^  1  ���*  r  j  I  ^  r  ^  1  ���k  t  ���  f  r  1  1  1  ;i  jLowesti Carload \(\ Has Yielded Over {10 net to  the Ton.  Lately wbep grading the track for  the siding to the main workings upon  the Winnipeg pn the western part of  the property, near the Ciolden Crown,  says the Rpsyland Miner, a cutting disclosed a finQ sppm of high grade ore,  the best yet. found on the property.  This ledge was found to run slightly to  the south, diverging somewhat from  the line of railway grading. Its strike  was not the same as the other ledges  found on the property and intersected  one to the immediate south of its  location. The seam was found to be  three feet wide and an open cut was  made out of which ore has been broken  and sent to the Trail smelter. The  lowest carload of this has yielded $10.-  20 net, after deducting the smelter  charge for freight and treatment  amounting to $/ per ton.  As money was wanting for the devel'  ppment of the property, this open cut  has been prosecuted from the  western  edge of the Winnipeg eastward  to an  old  shaft,  some    45   feet  in   depth,  which had been sunk some time since  on the   southern   ledge   alluded   to.  'Phis was sunk  also   on   a three-foot  ledge   distinct  from the   newly   discovered intersecting vein.    The following of the scam on the   surface   has  brought the open cut to a point  near  the old 45-foot shaft, and  the  surface  cut in continuation   has  now drifted  jnto the hillside intersecting the older  known formation.    It was discovered  that the two ledges, have come together  and form a ledge \vhich is, now six feet  wide.    Two shifts have now been  set  to work instead p,f one, the additional  force starting yesterday, and it  is expected that ji\st twice as much ore will  now   be   extracted,    At  present   the  combined leads have only been followed for a distance of 12  feet,   breaking  into the side of the old  shaft.    It is  proposed to continue  thq drift along  on the opposite side of the sinking,  and the next few  days'  work  should  show some  interesting  developments.  It will be understood that the  mining  on this ledge is very cheaply done, and  that the ore is of sufficient grade to pay  a handsome profit, wrh.icli, will be used  in development; \YQrkA  On the vtofk^Pigs of the other end of  the property shipnjents have been made  from the J^fpot level,, and ftre-npw be-'  \ng madft lrom^ the sorfpot level, it being tin? intention to.sjope out the-ledge  be^veen the two. . In, the meantime  development has been proceeding at  ijhe 100-foot level in the verfcal shaft  below the present stppes,.  ��������������������������*���*.  FROM FAR AND NEAR.  �����**������+���*���*��������*****�����  t  *  The Atlielstan Co.,. has applied for  a w-yter right of to inches on Skiving-  ton creek.       . ..���'������  Camp McKinney No. 2 is cpming  to the front with good showings on the  Eing Dong and Oak claims.  The Rossland stock exchange have  passed a resolution protesting against  any increase of the mineral tax.  On the" Boomerang claim, West  Fork of Kettle river, assays of more  than $50 are becoming common,  The C, !\ R. is having considerable-  trouble in keeping its tracks between  Cascade and Gladstone in condition  owing to constant gravel slides.  A big labor day celebration will b,o  held in Rossland next Monday. Lprd  Minio and the vice-regal party are o.x>  pectcd ,to be there about that time,  Notice is hereby given that t/|e partnership  heretofore existing between us, the undersigned,  as hotel keepers and livery stable keepers at the  town of Phoenix, British ColunibiH, has this day-  bed. . dissolved by mutual consent. All debts  owing to the said, parteuship are to be paid to  Joseph Muudel, who will continue to carry on  business, and all claiuisagainst tlie said partnership are to be presented to the said Joseph  Mandel, by whom the same will be settled.  Dated at Phoenix, II, C., this 20th day of August,  A. D. 1900.  J. Masdi-x,  Cld). I'. MmiMiY.  Witness: ,.:   W. II. Cochrane,  Phoenix,!!, C,  " 45  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that the partnership  heretofore subsisting between Thomas llerg and  J. !���;. Alnistroni, dofitg basilicas as Thomas llerg  & Co., at H|e Norden Hotel, Phoenix, II. C, has  been dissolved. The business will in future be  carried on by Albin Alutstroiu and Thomas Berg,  under tlje firm name of Alnistroni & Herg. All  debts due to the old firm are to be paid to the new  firm, whicl| whl pay all the liabilities of the old  one.  Dated at Jihoenix, B. C, the 13th dayofAugust.  1900.   .  Thomas Hkho  ai.iiin az.mstkom.  '    ' J. K. Almstkom. ���  Witness: -     .'  R. I|, Kisur.  �����, . ��... -.-,- .-..  .-..* -  Public Notice.  Notice Is hereby Riven that I have annulled  nnd revoked the "Power of Attorney made by me  in favor of Charles McClnnp of Phoenix in Yale  District, Hay and Grain Merchant, which said  Power of Attorney was dated oil or about the  20th   dnyJuly.A. I>. 1900. .      ,  Dated at phoenix, ](. C, August 1st, 1900.  39 JOSEPH R. HKDGKS.  m  l.l. persons, old and young, should have  their teeth examined once every six mouths  by a competent dentist. Decay will be  present', and tartar forming, which nothing but n through exaiuinatimi will- reveal.  Professional service rendered in time means  high-class work, less pain and great economy.  A tooth rilled when decay is in sight will not be  sensitive, the operatiou not long, and the filling  lasting, because the operation has more and  better structure to work on, He is enabled to  make the walls of the cavity thicker and stronger,  and vvltli slight danger or exposing the nerve,  the dreajd and fear of all when haviugtecth filled.  Have your teeth attended to in time. Ho not  pr6cTi\s,tiiiate. Give the dentist good tooth-  strucYi\r'e to work upon, and he will render you  excellent service. Many persons put off their  visits to t\\e dentist when sensitive teeth have  given frequent warning. With mind excited,  body iii high nervous tension, and with excruciating pain and suffering written on every feature,  they come for relief. How can the dentist be e.\-.  pected to perform the best operation when the  patient is in the worst possible condition to receive it ? Ifvour friend is sick do not wait until  he is almost dead before vou do something for him  or send for the doctoi. The doctor may save liim  bv coaling at the last moment, and should the  patient recover he is liable lo have bad health  the remainder of his life on account of not t\avi��8  received proper attention at the right tune.  Likewise, a tooth that is neglected may tie filled  and saved nt the last moment, but wilf probably  have bud health the rest of its life, liuie person  in 11 hundred has good teeth, ninety nine persons  in a hundred could have good teeth with proper  attention.  DR. R. MtATHISON,  Just  What  The  Doctor  Ordered.  000  That's the way you get  j'our  Prescriptions put up by  enzie I! (o.  DRUGGISTS.  Night ncll.  Vernon & Nelson Telephone 17.  DENTIST  Perfect prihtipg pu,n,ctu,n,Uy performed pleases p^rticylar peoplc\ This is  where the Pijonfier shines.  Pianos shipped direct from factory  a,t factory pricc.s,. L. C. Ckmytoud.  NadwvFlood Blk.  Greenwood, B.C.  Columbia 'phone, No. 16.  " "       residence, 10.  V, nnd N. 'phone, No. So,  The  (formerly the Columbia Hotel)  RUSSELL BROS.-, Props.  0000  Fi^t-class from top to bottom.    Finest  liquors   and cigars.  Come in and try our new pool table and look over the  Mineral Exhibit.  0000  Come* Dminion Ave. and Phoenix St.,      Phoenix, B. C.  Telephones!  ...REDUCTION  IN r.ONG MSTANCK  KATKS. . . . ....  Use Vernon &  Nelson Co/s Lines  5octo  -Spokane, Rossland  and Republic.  BATES TO OTHER STATIONS  Proportionately Low.  OOOGOOOO0COOOOQOOOOOOOOOOCK>OOOOQOOOO8OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOG  The Lion Bottling Works  GREENWOOD and PHOENIX, B. C.  ���SOLE AGENTS.FOR THE���  Lion Brewing Co.  Of Rossland, the  Largest Brewery in British Columbia.  ^KNERAI.  EXPORT AOF.NT.S   Blue Label  R KICKS-   '  QUKI.I.EN  Setters   Natural   Mineral Water  'WiEsiiADKN, Germany.  JAS. McCREATH & CO.. Props.  ooooooooooooc>ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooopoooo  The Nordien Hotel  THE CANADIAN     ."-  BANK OF COMMERCE  ' HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO. .     V  Established 1867.     >  PA1D4JP-CAPITAL $6,0000.00.  [Six Million Dollars.].''..'.  REST. .....    . ......... ... ... . $1,000,000  President....... Hon. Geo.A. Cox.  General Manager. .-..:. B. E. Walkkr.  Ass't'l Gerfi  Manager. J.H. Pi.um.mkr.  This bank has the largest number of  branches of any bankiin Canada, with  agencies at New Yorki Chicago, New-  Orleans, Skagway and D&wsr ��v City. ; *'  Accounts of Corporations, ^erdfrwvts  and Individuals received on favorable  terms.'' ���'"'���.<'.���.'������,:'. '.'��� ''':''.[���'':  1 )rafts, Commercial Credits, Travelers' Credits.and Circular Notes issued  available in;any ])artof the world.  Anproyed Notes Discounted; Collections made.,  A general Banking business transacted.,.   , .   ���,.:������'���'"���;.; >-:���:,  Greenwood Branch,  DA CAMERON,  Manager.  AHLMSTROM .& BERG, Props.  Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  DOMINION AVENUE,   ;������'"-       -       - .     PHOENIX, B.  C.  The_.  RUBIDENT  ' assess-.-  A Perfect Substitute  for  Tooth Powder  ...    ���l'or sale only by   J..B. BOYLE,  Druggist  Prescriptions a Specialty.  V. & Jf.iTeUNo. 16.  Maple   Leaf  Choice wines,  liquors,  aud  cigars  always   in    stock.  MARK TRACY  City Scavenger.  All orders promptly attended to.  Telephone 520 or P. O. Box 50. ���  Office, Standard Ave.,  PHOENIX, B.C  Board by day or week.  The Maple Leaf Forever.  One trial and you will  remember  J. Mandel, P*op.  OLD IRONSIDES AVE.  PHOENIX, B. C  The Yale-Colamfeia Lumber Co*  LIMITED.  ~~       Manufacturers of all kinds of  Rot*gh and Dressed Lamber, Lath, Shingles,  Mouldings and Ttjrnings.  Our Present Mill and Yards are Located as Follows:  Nakusp  mill and yard  Robson...    "   "      "  Rossland    "     "       "  Ymir  "     "       "  Greenwood���Gen'l office���mill and  yards.  Phoenix.. ..  Eholt No. 1.  Eholt No. 2.  Deadwood..  Rock'Creek.  Long Lake.  .mill and yard.  j|pflr~\Ve are also prepared to deliver lumber to any mining camp.  Our Company is enabled to Supply any order without delay  Notice.  Notick is hereby given that nil application will  Ik made to the Legislative A*senilily of the Province of British Columbia at its next .session, for  an Act to incorporate nCoinpaiiy with power to  construct, equip, niaintai!i;andoperatetelephoiie .  and telegraph lines wiiliin and throughout the  Province of Hritish Columbia, and to construct,  erect, aud maintain such mid so many poles and  other works and devices as the Company deem  necessary for making, completing, supporting,  using, working, o]>emt{ug and maintaining the  system of communication by telephone hud telegraph, and to open or break up any part or parts  of tlie said highways or streets as often as the'  said Company, its agents, officers or workmen,  think proper", and for the purposes of the undertaking to purchase, acquire, or lease; ;aiid* hold  and sell and dispose uf lands, buildings or tenements within the limits aforesaid, audio purchase  or lease, for any term of years, any telephone or  telegraph line established, or to be established,  in Hritish Columbia, connected, or to be connected ;  with the line which the Company may construct^  aud to amalgamate with or lea.se, its line orliues.  or any portion or portions thereof, to any com-'-  pany possessing, as proprietor, any line of telephones, or telegraph -communication connecting, or to he connected,with the said Company's  line or lines, and to borrow money for the pur  poses of the Company, nnd to pledge or mortgage  any of the Company's assets for that purpose,  and to receive bonuses or privileges from any.  person or body corporate, and with nil other  usual, necessary or incidental rights, powers or  privileges as inn}' be necessary or incidental  to the attainment of the above objects, or any ol  them. ��  Dated this 15th day of December, 1S99,  ��� . ���' ��� J. R. IlKawN,  Solicitor for the Applicants. ',-���.'  :fAN^pAr��  vM^AeiFie-m.  "Imperial  Limited"  It is not only a popular idea  But it is a well-known fact that  PHOENIX  Is where the Mines are.  3-*-f-*-4-f-��-��-��"f+-M-M-M-*-f-��"M-M-M-fr  No one will make a mistake bj' investing in Phoenix.  It has all the elements necessary for the making of a  large and populous city.  The mines in Phoenix are those which were the  greatest inducement to the C. P. R. when it spent $4,000,-  000. in building its Boundary railway branch. These  mines are just starting upon the steady shipping era,  with thousands of tons of ore on the dumps.  For information of any kind regarding Phoenix, or  the prices of property, write,  G. W. RUMBERGER,  Service for the year 1900  will^be commenced June ioth,  The "Imperial Limited" takes  you across the Continent in four  days without change. It is a  solid vestibuled train, luxuriously  equipped with every possible  essential for the comfort and convenience of passengers. Ask your  friends who have travelled on it,  or address,  \V  F.A'ndf.rson,  Trav. Pass. Agent,  Nelson, B.C.  EJ.Covi.r:,  A.G.l'.Agt.  Vancouver, B.C  Smoke  : KELOWNA ���  Dominion Ave.  Phoenix, B. C.  stsess:  CIGARS.  o   o  UNION MADE  e  0  <jee��o��e������e������e��ee����90��o����  E* C; KEITH*  Insurance and  Real Estate..,  Dominion Avenue, PHOENIX, B. C.  Aoent For  Candada Life Ins. Co.  London and Lancashire Life Ins.  Co.  Dominion of Canada   Guarantee  and Accident Ins. Co.  Surety Bonds furnished at Low Kates  Offices and ] I ouses always on hand for  ren.   Snaps in real estate.  Just Received!  A Gase  Lot of  KLARN CLOCKS  ������:::���'mm^  mm     liifi  w&^m&  y:-.:-t:::MjSm;^!j  '���mm-^limm  ::mi:iv��if   ���������iv;*-v;- ���.'-'WSljaiaj--/.-.'1u  . :���' '.'.'V'ifiOT,., -  .'"���'-'���'"'���'?.':?^!^|.';:':-S;;''  ' :. .i. '::::uW"s  ;'r---'-'W^^^m  - ���' $$"+3^f,-,',-'!':' ���' M  /': i. '. WM'.','V-sl  '-"���':. :XM tef  :���'���>; ;$m-i :4  '"���:'���������'���'/:$iml-&$L  ���:'���':-"���'���'���-;'f-*wi''--i;'->il    >,-?^w'l -* .'������  1 M... - ...iAVi.��3;j..:.;;.fl  ��� : :''::^mit'i ���'������ir  ���"."���'��� "���������.'V''*iiSB "���'���"#  w:~;0&>:4  ���' ���.' ''...'..itWI'r '���"������m  ''���.���'������:'��� ���W^|V.':.:||  'r':' ���   ��f$M^-  :: :->:'t.J?Sf<;  .vvfeij��"-:  '/ '���.���:V>'ifJSS'.  -,;.'. wife;  ���'���^1'  .SA.  'm-r^'A  ���  Miller Blk., Phoenmx, B. C.  !��� v  '^VrrVif^^f^y'tfiMm-IVlf���JBJimCTgW'lVrP���>*���'***��� I   "-^^   ���  ������   ��� i   I  mi    nimii III i -II��� im niiiririi1ilriiiniialc1��i|iiiu��i��''l.��''F.��<"T.ii<i.wl >in*iri pjitt'f^  ���te'fc  m^i>  tilt?', '  MVV  OH '  ���*-Vi   .  i i  r   1  KB * ~i;  �� :��� =  4     n  /<  >*  >"'"',,,  . St^"  THE PHOENIX PIONEER.  B5R3~"~  By outfitting at the White House..  On account of having received a Large Stock late in the season, we will make it to  Clothing, Shirts, Blankets, Hats, Caps,  UTSTDER-Vv'EAR, ETC.  e Will Save You Money,  Anything and Everything in Underwear and Furnishings, all at  ...Rock Bottom Prices.  THE WYNKOOP-STEPHENS TRADING COMPANY, LIMITED.  T  as  It*  GQ  ooocooooo  Whitehouse Clothing Store,  M. W. CRANE, Prop.  ��������-".���������'���  O  THE WYNKOOP-STEPHENS TRADING COMPANY, LIMITE&  First Street and Old Ironsides Avenue. ���#  McRAE  BUILDING, DOMINION  AVENUE,  PHOENIX,  B. C.  Summit House  J. A. MUNSON, Proprietor.      .   .    .    .    .      Cor. Knob Hilt Ave. .nd Firs. Street.  Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Dining Room in Connection.   - - -  PHOENIX, B. C.  ���-���-���-0-��-> ��� O 9  * OUR BUSINESS IS  T  Wall Paper  Stationery  Blank Books  Office Supplies  Tobacco, Cigars, Etc. ?  I    Call and see our goods,  ���gdt just nliatyoii want.  We've probablji  ?  0-  lick Bros. I Mi  PHOENIX, B. C.  e  IN THE LOCAL FIELD.  L. C. Crawford and XV. B. Cochrane  spent last Sunday at Grand Forks. l  ]).'Epstein, one of the owners of the  Victoria hotel, was in town Sunday.  For rent, officerooms, 2nd floor Post-  Office Block.   ,    I��� c: Crawford.  Mr.sand Mrs. J. F. Hemenway were  visitors at Grand Forks last Thursday.  ' Stanley Mayall, of Cascade, was in  town yesterday,, taking note of the big  ore shipments.- '        ' _    ���  Ycu can get anything needed in the  EngincerSmith, of the Old Ironsides  has been establishing grades this week  on Knob Hill avenue and second street,  which are soon to be improved:  Randolph Stewart, of Gieenwood,  who repiesented British Columbia at  the Pan's Exposition, will perform a  similar service at the Glasgow Exhibition.  Last Saturday the home of Dick  Lorah, at the milk ranch, just below  town, was brightened by the arrival of  a bouncing son and heir. The father  is getting along nicely.  Last Sunday the following were visitors at the War Eagle mine: Andrew  Laidlaw and wife, Duncan Ross, Miss  Thompson, XV. T. Smith and Mr. Kirk-  patnek, all of Greenwood.  Have you anything to sell; advertise  U. If there is anything you want, advertise for it Ten cents per line is ail  the charge, and the Pioneer is universally read in and out of the Boundary.  The Greenwood football team is to  play the Nelson boys on labor day. It  is to be hoped they will be more fortunate then they  were on   Dominion  Thursday night Corbett knocked  out McCoy at New York city in live  rounds.  Rer. R. V. Murray, of Midwav, will  occupy the Presbyterian pulpit in Phoenix tomorrow.  U'hile riding up from Greenwood a  few days ago Wm. Yolen Williams,  superintendent of the Old Ironsides,  had his horse, a valuable animal, shot  from under him. The shot was an  accident, coming from the rifle of a  hunter, and Mr. Williams had a narrow escape. The horse will recover  in a short time.  Last Sunday a party of Phoenix  people went to Toroda creek on fishing  bent. It consisted of the following:  J. Riordan and wife, Wm. Russell and  wile, Mrs. Annie Russell, C.W. Abbott  and wife, Miss Louise Walters, James  Marshall and E. D. Hall. They re-i  port having had a good time, but  lound fish few and far between.  LXWMcDONALD  Job Work Promptly Attended to.  Phoenix street (Hack ofl'ostoflicc.   -^J)  Plumbing  ���������������������������  & Tinning  Phoenix, B. C  The  First Class in livery Respect  American and European rians  IMPERIAL  Hotel  lighted with Electricity  Heated with Hot Air  Contracts For Carrying Mails.  XV H. Dorman, post office inspector          for the mainland of British Columbia,  day, whentheyWcuuibedtoThePhoe^l^T '"-'l Greemvood on last Wed-  nix team. ' nesday night's train and next morning  went on to Midway  to complete ar-  Table Board, $7 per Week.  E. WEEKS, Prop. pHOENJX) ^ ^  The I. X.  L.i  We are still doing business at tlie  old stand, on Old Ironsides Avenue, with  the Largest and Best Selected Stock of  Clothing, Hats,  Dry Goods,  Boots, Shoes, Etc.,  ever brought to Phoenix. Come and see  our stock: It will surely please you. As  to prices, we are strictly in it, there, too.  Metropolitan   *��   <��  nix team.  W. J. Porter,   Mrs. Porter,  G. W  Rumberger, Thos.,Hardy  and   L. C  at  - ~- -"������ &" "������/'���"'"S neeueu in tne   "���"ucigi  musical instrument line of Prof. Kauff- Crawford   were  among "the Phoenix  mann,r at Greenwood. people who attended the complimentary  ' For Rent���Residence   in   rear   of h * "��� *"  ��   Miners',   Union  Hall, on   Brooklyn  avenue.      ,  : " L. c. Crawford.  W, J. Cramer, in the finest' barber  shop in town, is still doing'the best of  lonsorial work.    Dominion avenue.  Mrs. H. S." Stent"and children arrived in Phoenix this week and will  make their home here with Mr. Stent.  Rev. Robbins, of Greenwood held  church of England services at the  schoolhcuse last Wednesday evening.  J. A. Munson has finished his^con-  tract for the C. P. R. lor grading the  new sidetrack to the Knob Hill ore  bunkers!  Dr. R.   Mathison,  the Greenwood  ��� dentist, will make appointments with  non-resident patients  through   cither  banquet given to  S. H. C. Miner,  Grand Forks, Thursday evening.  Hon. Richard McBride, minister of  mines, who ably assisted in the legislature in securing the wants of Phoenix  at the hands of the government, was a  classmate of Dr. G.S. Gordon in Dal-  housie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia.  With a gang of a dozen men the  Vernon & Nelson Telephone Co., began this week the work of stringing an  additional wire from Grand Forks to  Phoenix, which will be used exclusively  by the Miner-Graves syndicate to connect with the smelter.  Today   the boarding house of the  Winnipeg, which has been conducted  by the Lewis Brothers, is to be  taken  over by Nick Tregear, the superintend  ent.     The     new  Athelstan    board  ing house will soon be ready for  busi-  rangements with Mr. Meyerhoff, whose  tender for the coveyance of mails between ��� Midway'-and McCuddy's has  been accepted. R. Hall, of Penticton,  is the sucessfuL tenderer for carrying  of the .nails between Penticton and  McCuddy's, via Fairview.  R. L..MILES, Prop,  Under* Metropolitan Hotel  Baths 50c, 3 for $J.G0  CHAS. SEARS, Mgr'  ! OLD IRONSIDES AVE,   , Next door to Wynkoop-Stephens, f  wwwmm  Barber Shop. City Bakery  te, 3 for SI.00 - Rrp-.H r.u��� r��  ...*.... lliim.i   ����������� ',,  WHEN  you have   a;  .   "  Suit or  Overcoat-  { made to order, you want j  ���the  best goods-aud  the**  .   best fit that  money canj  ���     - always   ge *  that and nothing else of  buy.     You   always   get*  ����l���!�������������>>������  <"�� )M>t  Rough and  . Dressed  telephone  tu_ ti -     .      s- 'ing nouse win soon  ���     I he Princeton district, in the Simil-' ness at that nronertv  kameen,? fares well at the hands of the P   l     J  jgovemment   in getting $22,500   for      ^ he new officials for  public works. .  An election of officers of Phoenix  Miners' Union No. 8 will be held at  " the regular weekly meeting this evening  at Miners' Union hall.  -���_���-_--- ���. the Phoenix  (jenerarHospital are: Honorary President, S. H. C. Miner; president, A. C.  Flumerfelt; vice-president, A. J. McMillan; secretary-treasurer, XV R Williams.    C. G. Buck and W. J. Porter'  h e. MITCHELL  j Merchant Tailor...  JQUR NEW GOODS J  I ^^   are    hpanri��c       \IT*>:!  LUMBER  LATH and SHINGLES.  Can Ship Promptly to Any Pnini  Bread, Cakes, Pies, Etc., Fresh Dailv  IRONSIDES ADDITION, PHOENIX, B. C. T^!!Z.  i- Correspondence   Solicited  All orders will Receive  Prompt Attention,   <^R SPRAGGETT,  Telephone No. 10 A.  .....QRANO FORKS, B.C.  Town  PHOENIX  1   .           ^iu  I are also on the board of directors.  For instruction on violin, mandolin,! ,  nnd- piano see Prof. Kauffmann at, \;X.. Welch & Co., who built all of the  Miners' Union  hall every Thursday,  afternoon and evening.  "On account of severe,illness Prof.  Kauflinann, of Greenwood, has been  unable to,give his customary music  lessons   in Phoenix oflate.  spurs to the mines on the Boundaiy  raihraty branch, as well as portions of  the line itself, have been awarded a  contract tor the construction of no  miles o^ new road in Oregon by the  Oregon'Railroad and Navigation  Co.  can  are  beauties.  SUIT you to  Wet  your  I satisfaction in the choic  : est fabrics made.    Come '  j m and talk it over, and  I examine our stock.  I Dominion Avenue. }  I PHOENIX, British Columbia.      J  C A McClung & Co.,  .DEALERS IN.  In the Heart of Famous Greenwood Camp  ���+�����������������������++���  HAY, GRAIN, FEED, Etc.  All of our goods are now arriving by rail to Phoenix and we are, therefore, prepared' to quote right  prices.    No need to go to Greenwood or elsewhere  Let us give you figures.  Standard  Avenue.  Oias. A. McCftmg & Co.  ******* ��� o ^������������m7.��.  The Dry Goods Man  The Coming Rossland of  the Boundary Country  250 Feet from the Brooklyn Plant.  One-Half mile from the Ironsides and Knob Hill mines.  Railroad now being completed passer, through the town.  Centre of six of the most prominent mines in the entire  Boundary, all <rf which are producers. Plenty of pure water  from lake on the property.  Has one of the Best Selected Stocks in the  . .. entire Boundary, including  GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS, BOOTS and S  And Everything Needed in Men's and Women's Wear.  ooooo-  ���We also have  a well stocked Millinery Department, and have a good line of Carpets, Etc  We are Headquarters for Stetson's Fine Hats.  �� *  For the slight extra cost you  get more than its equivalent in-  better materials, extra wear, superior character and appearance.  u^e caJ? show you a full line.  na�� ot them are the new styles  which have just been received.  1 he other half is composed of  A ���*-* those      Stetson"   " boss   raw  Ave., near Postoffice, PHOENIX,  B. 0 SaS,�� fc  ���   are always in style.  ooooo  Ic  .��  NEAT .  CLEsp . . . ..' ��  ATTRACTIVE  That is the hind tliat pays.  That is the kind you want.  That is the tl(ind WE DO.  .   -DROP IN AND SEE  For..'Prices and Terms, apply to  a  F  SUNN & McCAGUE,  I'ROPJIIETORS.  I9*J'  F*  ' ^x  JV  5BW  1  %  m$L  ���isa  <m&  j., rfi  W  <'���. i'"  i. i.  ��� Illn  ���;-$m  I'M  '- ;m  OlizzSi  t  9  O  4  ">,  .*'  f "5  ���fc. -8  WttV-   VA1 afcftJNWr1 *****���'���***''��������'' j** '   *��� "  1  .**  A  1   -v a -ti m etrmtmf.  \ ;rr-T-nr-  v   *


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