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The Phoenix Pioneer Sep 15, 1900

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Array prx.  t  - ���fAW  I ���' ������: 59  -.-l^s More men are working  <-"���*-,'! in tlie mines of  *^{      PHOENIX  C&VS .v'^!3| Than in all other Boun-  *:.-"'lajj darycamps combined.  }#&  4*#-**-�� >>*�������� ������������*���  ���������������������������  The Payroll of :  PHOENIX    .....;  Isjarger than that of :  any- other Houndary ���  Camp.  .   . J  >��������������|t������*��|l����t������������*F������>H��P>f  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining; District.  PHOENIX, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, SKIM'ICMIIER  15, 1900.  No. 44.  BIGi  STORE  BIG AIR PLANT HERE  The Miner-Graves Syndicate  Now Has 20 Drills.  tlie Miner-Graves syndicate, arid began  his duties last Wednesday. He has  charge of all the machinery on the  various properties. ���  WORK ON THE ROADS.  You can Buy Everything in the Line of  Goods,  ���ancy and  Staple  Hardware,  Paints,  Mining Supplies, Etc.  m  <&  ��  ��^,  onnected by both 'Phones to all parts of City and Country  o���  SOON BE SHIPPING 600 TONS DAILY  Additional Plant Is (or use In the Knob Hill  and'Grey Eagle Properties���To be Running  in Ten Days.  Our rices Unequalled.  Our Goods Strictly First-Class  And Up-to-Date ���� *& ���*'  PER CENT���  EDUCTION  On' "m Dry Goods.  o���  I ilUilTCR-flfnDeiCil (0.. limited.  Old Ironsides Ave., Phoenix, B. C.  Last Tuesday afternoon, the long  expected" compressor plant tor the  Knob Hill and Grey Eagle mines,  ordered by the Miner-Graves syndicate  last May, arrived in l'hoenix and was  switched up to the new 40x80 Knob  Hill compressor house. 'The two 80  horse power horizontal tubular boilers  had been received some time before  and were bricked in a week ago; two  8x12 hoists were also forwarded at tlie  time the boilers weie shipped, and are  now in use.  'l'he shipment that arrived Tuesday  includes the different parts and accessories of the compressor proper. The  machine was manfactured by the  Jenckes Machine Co., of .Sherbrooke,  Quebec, and is a duplicate ofthe plant  now in use on the Old Ironsides, from  which the air has been taken up to  the present for operating the power  drills in the Knob Jlill. The compressor is of the Rand duplex condensing type, with steam end compounded,  and havingja capacity of 10 drills. This  gives tlie syndicate a total capacity of  20 drills, with which it will endeavor  to get along till the mammoth 80 drill  plant is installed���some time next  spring.  With the compressor plant also came  12 extra 3^ inch drills. The'cage  for the winze in the Knob Hill, now  being made at the Granby smelter  machine shops, is similar to those  lately installed on the Old- Ironsides.  New Flant to Double Output.  The present plant of the Old Ironsides is being crowded to hoist 300  tons daily for shipment, and at the  same, time keep us with- the development and stoping of ore. On this  accout but one furnace of the Granby  smelter at Grand Forks has yet been  blown in, as it could v.not, jip to;.the:  preseiifj'be supplied witl'i sufficient ore'  to keep it running. In about another  week or ten days, however, the ' new-  Knob Hill compressor will, it is expected, be. in complete running order, and  the output can then be quickly increased to 600 tons of gold-copper rock each  24 hours. When this i.s done, if the  C. P. R. can be induced to furnish the  additional ore cars needed in time,  the second smelter furnace will be  started.  On Ironsides and Knob Hill.  Every  week  sees a larger  force  work than the previous seven days.  Shipments are being kept up  steadily at the rate of 300 tons  every  day.  Last Monday was pay day and over  $15,000   was   disbursed   for    wages  alone.  Foreman Wright, who has charge  of the carpenters, has about 20 men  under him.  The diamond drill is still being used  in prospecting at the 300-foot level of  the Old Ironsides.  J. Ferguson has the contract for  painting the roofs ofthe Old Ironsides  and Knob Hill compressor houses.  The tramways and ore bunkers will  all be covered for winter work. 'This  week the work was started by roofing  the Old Ironsides bins.  Figures are being asked for a 30x33  addition to the Old Ironsides hotel,  two stories high, to he put on the west  end of the building. The new part  will give a larger dining room���greatly  needed with the steady increase ot men  ���and four bed rooms upstairs.  Geo. Fraser formerly witli the li. A.  C. at Rossland, and later with the  Sunset, Deadwood camp, has accepted  the position   of master  mechanic   for  Per  Laborers   Decline   to  Work Jor.,$2.50  Day.  This week Constable Darraugh, Indirection of Mr. McMynn, of Greenwood, employed Chris McRae as foreman, to go on With the temporary repairs oh the wagon, road between  Phoenix aiid the Snowshoe mine.  After working a day or two the four  men learned-that $2.50 was the day  wage, and quit, demanding $3 per day,  the regular price in this camp for  ordinary labor.  Mr. McMynn informs the Pioneer  that $2.25 and $2.50 is the rate heretofore paid' by the government for  labor in the Boundary, with one or two  exceptions, when,snow was going olT,  for a few days only. It is hoped the  matter can be adjusted so that no delay  will ensue in undertaking the .Summit  wagon road.  Mr. J. Kirkup, the' gold commis-  sionei, who has charge of government  disbursements, is expecced to appoint  a road superintendent, to have charge  of the permanent work-to be carried  on in and around Phoenix. Last  Wednesday President Rumberger, ol  the Phoenix Board of Trade, telegraphed Mr. Kirkup, urging haste in  starting the work, on account of the  wet season_starting in so early in Phoenix.  Another Republic Railroad.  A'press dispatch from Republic,  Wash;, states that the '.incorporation  papers were filed with the county auditor there by the Republic and Kettle  River Railway company, for the purpose of building a railway from Republic to the international boundary line  near the postoffice at Nelson, Wash.  'The capital stock is $10,000,000,  divided into 100,000 shares of the par  value of $100 each. 'The trustees are  C J. McCuaig, Montreal; Warner  Miller, New York; Albert A. Ayer,  Montreal; R. G. E. Leckie, 1). F. Hal-  lahan, A. F. Burleigh, of Republic; and  J. C. Ralston, Spokane. It i.s thought  that the company^ intends to connect  with the Canadian Pacific and run into Grand Forks. The road will be of  the standard gauge. Surveyors are  now on the ground locating a route.  Warner Miller and R. (1. E. Leckie  are. president-and-.vic&prc&Isnt respectively.  IS THIRTY MILLIONS  That   Figure   Said  To  Offered For Le Roi.  Be  GREATEST GOLD MINE IN THE WORLD  An Expert Recently Reported That A New Ore  Body Had Been Discovered Worth $100,-  000,000���Rollichllds Aflcr it.  LATE STOCK QUOTATIONS.  What Lcadin:  at  Sbares   Are  Rossland.  Athabasca   B. C Gold Fields   Big Three   Brandon it Golden Crown....  Canadian Gold 1'iclds   Cariboo (Camp McKinney)....  Center Star   Selling for   in  3  lS  .     sk  90  $. 71  Crows Nest I'ass Coal $39 oo  Oeer Trail No. 2   Dundee   Kvening Star...   Giant   Granby   Hoiuestnke   Iron Colt I   Iron Mask   I.X.L   Jumbo   King (Oro Denoro)   Knob Hill   I.one Pine   Minnehaha   Monte Cristo   Montreal Gold .Fields   Morrison   Mountain I.ion   Noble Vive   North Star...,   Novelty   Okanogan   Old Ironsides   Payne   Peoria Mines   Princess Maud....   Rambler-Cariboo   Republic   St. Klmo Consolidated   Tamarac (Kenneth)   Tom Tlupmb   Van Anda   Virginia    War Eagle Consolidated  $1  Waterloo   White Hear   Winnipeg   4  15  9  =3i  39  -u.  3  45  14 H  so  8  64  4  4',i  3  58  6K  $1  02  80  $1 6.1  $34 00  3  7M  2j:  >��  41  13  js;s  5  55  9  5��  97  Much has heen said about the great  mines ofthe Houndary and, the great  mines of Rossland���the Knob Hill  being the most talked of in one camp  and the LeRoi in the other. It is  well known that the latter has paid  over $1,500,000 in dividends, and is  shipping more oie daily thaueverr before. .  Lately, however, an expert is said  to have been sent out from London,  to examine the mine, and to have  reported most favorably on this wonderful, property. As a result it is now  rumored that $100,000,000 in a new-  ore body has been discovered in the  mine, and that $30,000,000 has been  offered for it by the Rothchilds, the  great money kings of Europe.  It is also current that the report of  the expert was cabled to London, and  as a result the stock has risen $u  and is now selling in American coin  at $46 per share. If the report is  correct the LeRoi will be the greatest  mine in the world. Its large ore  bodies have already become known  the world over, but the deposits have  never been supposed to be soimnien.se  as this report makes them. Clarence  McCuaig, who is interested in the B.  C.,, Republic and other mines, and  whip has been examining the LeRoi i.s  quoted as saying:  "Two years ago Mr. McDonald,  manager ofthe mine, told me that ore  existed'outside of what was supposed  to be the walls, and his work has  not only proved that he was correct,  but has also demonstrated beyond  question that the Le Roi is one of the  greatest mines in the world. The  main shaft is now down 900 feet and  the mine is thoroughly opened up to a  debth of Soo feet. .  . "On some of the levels the .ore. is  'being stopedTor a'width of .167 feet,  and faces 66 and 70 feet wid..* are common. Outside of this enormous vein  other parallel veins have been proved  to exist, and there is no reason to  doubt that these conditions will con-'  tinue the same until water level is  reached, 1200 feet lower, and it is  quite probable that the same conditions  will prevail to a depth of 5000 feet.  You must remember that these estimate are not haphazard, but are carefully compiled from what has been  actually demonstrated by the development."  School Site Unsettled.  Secretary Matheson, of the school  board, this week received a letter from  Alex. Robinson, superintendent of  public instruction, asking him to hasten the choice of a site, so that,construction on the.new school house  could begin without delay. Mr.  Matheson also heard from McKenzie,  Munn & Co., slating that the qucs-  tion of whether the Dominion Copper  Co. would donate a site, had been  referred to Hugh Sutherland, the managing director. Mr. Matheson has  also written the latter gentleman.  It is hoped the matter can soon be  settled, so that work on the much  needed structure can begin. There  are many who think ,the site offered  by Mr. Graves is, all things considered, the most desirable.  Football Club Dance.  BUILD MORE HOMES  Miner-Graves Syndicate to Begin at Once.  TENDERS  TO BE RECEIVED   TODAY  Five Will Be Erected Now, With More to-  Follow���Located East of Granby Apartment House.  KILLED IN CARIBOO MINE.  1 05  $���  00  ��K  'ii  2>,i  .��  2SH  nH  S4  80  5  5  4  4  53  11  Si 50  1  i-K  s  The first snow flurry of the season  put in an appearance^'esterday.  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 OLD IRONSIDES TOWNSITE.  Residence Lots on 4th of July mineral claim now  om sale:   Price $250���easy terms.  ice:  ealumWa I'ol.opholio, Ko. &.  P&peafe,, B. c.  Robert Graham Fell 200 feet Down the Shaft  nnd Died Instantly.  Last Sunday a terrible accident  happened in the Cariboo mine in  Camp McKinney, by which one man,  Robert Graham, lost his life.  It appears that Graham was coming  up on the cage from the 400-foot level,  there also being a car on the cage  containing steel. When up to the  200-foot level the car, which it seems  Graham had neglected to hook to the  cage, got loose and rolled off the cage,  carrying Graham with it, who fell the  200 feet to the bottom of the shaft.  Above the 200 level there i.s no timbering, leaving more room at the sides  of the cage as it runs up and down.  Graham's body was b.idly mangled  and crushed, there being fatal injuries  on the head and sides, besides numerous broken bones.  Dr. Jakes, tlie coroner at Greenwood, was notified and went out Monday to hold an inquest. The jury's  verdict was death from accidJjpSg!  causes.  Graham was carman at the Cariboo,  and was a brother of Superintendent  Tom Graham of the Waterloo mine  in the same camp. His family resides  at Colville, Wash., where the remains  were taken by wagon on Tuesday  last.  The deceased leaves a mother,  brother and sister at Colville. He  was a nephew of James Monaghan of  Spokane, who has been prominently  identified with the Cariboo for years.  The benefit dance given by the Old  Ironsides Football Club last ���Thursday  evening, at Victoria hall, was a pleasing success. The floor had been  specially prepared for the occasion,  and the hall was prettily decorated  with bunting. A football, with n  photograph of the club, as it appeared  recently at Grand Forks, occupied a  prominent place in tlie hall. The net  proceeds will be devoted to clearing  up the new grounds.  Express to Phoenix.  G- W. Lawson, travelling auditor of  the Dominion Express Co., with headquarters at Revelstoke, was in town  this week, arranging for an express  service to Phoenix. The safe has arrived, and for the present express will  be brought in on the freight train: As  soon as1 the time table is changed,  probably early in October, it is expected that regular, passenger service will  be inaugurated to Phoenix.  Tennis Match Today,  Arrangements have been completed  for match games today between the  tennis players of Greenwood and Phoenix on the court of the latter. Greenwood will be represented by the following gentlemen: Messrs. Coulter,  Smith, Robertson, Siowe, Duff and  Appleby. Those who will hold up the  Phoenix end are: Messrs. Smith,  Boucher, Spier, Gordon, Clark and  Buckton. The games will be played  off this afternoon.  May Go To Europe.  It is reported that Mr. Smith Curtis,  M.~'P.\P.;"fdr''tHeM{'o'sslh'nd7.'ridih^^  West'Kootenay, may gO to Europe this  fall to receive treatment for his hearing, which handicaps him seriously in  his profession and in the House. He  has been encouraged to go and consult  the specialists, so it is stated, by the  success that has attended the treatment  of Hon. Clifford Sifton, of Manitoba;  whose hearing was much worse thdn  his own.���Greenwood Times.  Local Stock Market  Interest in stocks of this and surrounding camps keeps up. Ten thousand  King (Oro Denoro) were purchased by  local parties at 5 cents. Quotations  received by L. C. Crawford by wire  yesterday are as follows: Knob Hill  64, Granby 39, Old Ironsides 78, King  (Oro Denoro) 6, Morrison 2, Winnipeg  9, Okanagan Free Gold i}<, Golden  Crown 18.  Granted an Extension.  At last Monday's meeting of the  Greenwood city council, an application  was made by the promoters of the  Greenwood-Phoenix Tramway Co., for  an extension of the time within which  the company was to begin the work of  construction. The extension was  granted, the time limit now being August 31, 1901.  New Map of Similkameen.  Frank Bailey, owner of the town-  site of Similkameen City, at 20-Mile  creek, was in town this week, as enthusiastic as ever over the prospects  for that camp.  Mr. Bailey is just publishing a well  gotten up map of part of the Similkameen, showing all mining claims,  camps, roads, trails, rivers, creeks, etc.  The map is beautifully lithographed  and is issued in connection with a  pamphlet giving a great deal of valuable information about the Similkameen. The pamphlet will be out in  a lew days and will be for sale by all  newsdealers.  Three Times Bigger in Phoenix.  During the last week the shipments  of ore from Phoenix alone were 2100  tons. Those from alltlie mines in the  Slocan were 756 tons.  BRIEF  BUT IMPORTANT.  Gen. Joseph Wheeler, the famous  'American lighter, has been retired at  the age of 64, the limit.  As yet there is nothing positive as  to when the Dominion election, conceded to be near, will be held.  Reports of the massacre of large  numbers of missionaries in China by  the Boxers, are now beginning to come  in.  Lord and Lady Minto were given a  most enthusiastic reception at Rossland Monday and Tuesday of this  week.  President Krtiger, of the Transvaal,  has gone to Europe, to work for intervention while his iew followers arc-  being chased by Lord Roberts,  Last Saturday a terrible storm occurred in Texas, devastating the coast  to the extent ol $20,000,000 in value,  and destroying 4,500 human lives.  The city of Galveston was the worst  sufferer, and is practically in ruins.  The Center Star-lion Mask litigation, at Rossland, has been settled out  of court, after spending $250,000 in  the squabble. 'l'he Center Star people claimed extra-lateral rights into  Iron Mask ground���which was the  bone of contention tor a couple ol  years.  When S. C. H. Miner was in Phoenix in August, he informed the Pioneer  that his syndicate intended to erect  100 more cottages for the use of tho  married employees. , Lately the force  of miners has been'steadily'increased,;  and those with families have found it  difficult to  find residences.  This week tenders were asked,,of  local contractors for the construction  of five cottages. Four of these are to  contain five rooms and one'seven,  rooms. The bids are to be in today,  the specifications calling for, houses  modern in every respect. They will be  located east ofthe Granby apartmenr  house, on the Victoria claim.  It is the intention to continue construction, and erect additional. houses  later.  Strike in the R. Bell.  The R. liell has got some more good  ore, says the Grand Forks Gazette..  The last strikewas made on Thursday  when the drift from the bottom of the  lower shaft, oa the claim struck a body  of ore very similar to that shown up, by  the 200 foot shaft on the Oro Denoro.  ��� The ore is a greenish quartz plentifully impregnated with copper sulphides and showing also a decided  arsenical tendency. The size of the  ledge has not yet been determined, but  when Jim Jarre!!, who brought the...  news to town, left the mine, the whole  face of the drift was in ore arid the  wall had not been cut.  Mr. Jarrell brought in a big piece  of mineral from the new find, and it is  truly fine looking stuff, giving every indication that the R. Pell is destined to-  Jieco'me one of the big mines of the  district.  The strike was made at a:depth 011  the lead of probably' 150 feet'''..'';;;:  :���-���'���'���'���  -������-'���'���    In Boundary Mines.  "������'Development is going on'af the'job-  foot level oif trie Winnipeg. ���'/;���'  A car of ore is to be shipped front  the J. &' R.'in Wellington camp.  It i.s said that work is shortly to be  resumed on the Rathmullen, in Summit camp.  The Yankee Girl has closed down  while the force is building a wagon  road, to permit of ore shipments.  The 35-drill air compressor plant  for the Mother Lode, Deadwood camp,  is to be shipped from Montreal on the  25th of September.  Work has been started on clearing  the land for the Laidlaw pyritic smelter  that will be erected at Boundary Falls  on Boundary creek.  Next Tuesday, October 18, the  annual general meeting ofthe Brandon  and Golden Crown Mining Co., will be  held at the Hotel Armstrong, Greenwood.  Thus far about 3,000 tons of ore-  have been shipped,by wagon from the  City of Paris mine to the Granby  smelter. .Some 25 men are employed  at the property.  Having found the trend of the ore  body in the small shaft in the War  Eagle, work has heen resumed on. the  east drift at the 100-foot level, to>  strike the ore body.  Andrew Laidlaw visited the Evening Star, in .South Wellington camj>  yesterday, where some fine copper and  free gold ore i.s being found in the  shaft just being started.  The unreliable Grand Forks universal  correspondent has given it out that the  Snowshoe is to ship 1,000 tons of ore  to the Granby smelter. Nothing whatever of such intention is known at the  mine.  A 30-inch by i o-foot air receiver, a  t,}^ Little Giant drill and a ^i/i\2%-  \4 Snow duplex boiler feed pump have  lately been supplied by the Jenckes;  Machine company to the Morrison  mine in Deadwood camp.  R.K.L. llrown ("liarbarian" Hrown)  has returned from New York and is  now up the West Fork, where he will  shortly commence work on the Washington and Idaho. Mr. Prown's syndicate also owns the Monarch, a promising claim in Phoenix camp.  Superintendent Armstrong, of the  mining department of the Spokane Industrial Exposition, says the mineral  department of the exposition will l>e far  better than ever before, with better exhibits from the districts which exhibited last year and with many new camps  and districts represented this year.  Last Friday the Jenckes Machine  company shipped from Rossland over  the Columbia & Western railway to  Midway a 6o-hor.se power horizontal  return tubular boiler, consigned to the  Carihoo-McKmney Mining it Milling  company's mine at Camp McKiniEn".  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The Phoenix PfcneerJljc,,0,lt "<"f^- »«■; «asgenerally
supposed lo be wealthy, but it appears
)..st'n.o}:s.vft-«i.Avm-TiiB thnt   there it a limit   to   which   even
MOXEEIi PTBLISIirrvG CO.   th«*c well off can &0 in icckless ..nest-
at moi'Ms. x c. >»<-'■"—-.specially   in    tl.e   nenspapei
(Tlie ])!oce wlnrc tlie njim."arr ) blliiliess.
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Jfycui are not a Miliscrilper to this paper, this
is nil invitation to you to ticcome one.
\il\crti-mPB rates f.iriiiFtltcd on n^jihcntiOii.
Leffnl notiF<vir fs-and Q cents per tine.
Vfttir FK-tvUy rnsertions constitute one mouth's
I'oicasts as to the personnel of the
new cabinet at Victoria-—^lonnsed to
follo.v the late session of the assembly
—j<uo now in older. One of the-m
slates Uobeit V. Giceri, the Slocan
membei, as minister oi mines. This
would be an admirable choice.
Phoenix Lodge .Vo. 28,
Kniglifs or Pythias.    -
Meet. e-.ir\   X lit-FiI-py night
nt X p.ipi.. ^liners' Union Hall.
Visitiiij-. lirethren welcome.
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I,oid and Lady Minto have just
M'sited J law son, and this week were
entertained in the* Kootenays. This
tiip will gixc tbe governor-general a
bioader View of the conditions ot the
broad domain of which he is the chief
executive, and so be beneficial to the
whole dominion.
I IKI ,  LIU , AttlllKM".
Ciiiiiiulsslnm-i' fur tnlttii^ AfflilaTif«..
•Solicitous, Ivrc.
Mink Surveyors,
and Dkabqh-jv.mkx.
1'hokxix, i'>.
The F'l>
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SLINNpS: McCAf'.Ul-:,
IJakkis h.k ami Soiiciioij,   ,
notauv j-uklic.
Last week the liberals met at Rex-el-
stoke and nominated \V. A. Galliher,
ol Nelson, to succeed Hewitt Bostock
as our representative at Ottawa. Today the conservatives will gather in
forcc'in the same towiland perform a
sonfcMi.1t similar art. Both parties
ue'lftMiVg up their dilapidated fences
and grooming for the fray. j
Bread, Cakes, Pies, Etc., Fresh Daily.
PHOENIX '.   '
JULIUS MUELLER, Proi'rietor.
Ov Tin-: Camp.
\W handle all Kinds of Beet, Pork, Mutton mid \"cal.
Also Fish, Poultry and (Oysters rr? season.
Vour Trad<i S«hVf,(-(Ml.    Onr Vr'uvs Are JJi^lit.
Old Ironsides Ave. ]
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When the Uranby smelter was Mown
in a rouplc of *ceks ago,   congratulations were generally  intended   to   the
management of that institution on the
Micces--liil launching of the enterpiise
iilfei    many   nioiUh>   of pie|wration.
And these congrntolations were well
.earned.',"  In the face of wiseacres and
prognastitntors   galore,   who  weie  as
shortsighted as they were verbose,   the
work was  undertaken  in a,  businesslike way and put   tluough   by men ol
Jong and xaried business expeiience.
The "knocfceis" did not shut up,
even alter the fust furnace was blown One of the best punted and most
ii. Inside of 24 houis they had the inteiesting monthlies in the province
furnace "fromi up" as tight as a drum, is the British Columbia Mining Rec-
and disseminated a false .statement to or(j) (>, \-icto,ia,    Jls et]llo])   ^ Mq\
that effect.    Of course,   nothing  was  timer  Lambt is an uit.^-conserxatne 1
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E.s1imaii:s EuRM^iiro.
Extra Fme
e^ Feed Stafoles
HA!IRV liF.I.L, Pkoi'kiktoIf.
^ Good Saddle,   PacJt ant? Driving  Horses.    Heavy Drayin^. „<*
(.."harges Reasonable.
It now Appears  to lie a well  settled
fact that the P.n is Exposition is a gigantic failure financial!)—mu that it will
entail a colossal debt  on the   French
nation.    It is poor policy to call  youi'
neighbors names, w lien  you are  looking font aid to their  palionage.    This
is  what   the  French   press did at the
outbreak of the Transvaal war.    The
whirlwind   will   now be reaped,   as  a
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further from tlie truth,  as  was  easily
From all parts of the province,  and
e\en outside of ISiitish Columbia, the
Micvessful treatment of Bolnidary 01 cs
on the ground  is freely  and  always
lamrably commented  on.    It is also
lemembered that the xast bulk ot ores
to keep this smelter  1 mining nil I and
must   come   fiom   Phoenfc.    Conse-
tjnently it i» renlized  that  right here,
\vhere the mines are, a large and pros-
p.rous  community,   cannot  fail to be
located,    'l'he smelter is a good thing
for the owners, a good   thing  for  the
Boundary, and a good thing for Phoc-
Hottevei, he does good, woik in expos- +
ing mining swindlers. It would do no ♦
haini, just the same, if the Record was, >
more hbei.il about mining piopositionsl -f
ol"acknowledged merit. Possibly he,-*-
thinks such mines do not need favor- ♦
able mention. I +•
Vot several years past, at each re-
furring election, the nominees ol either
party have been extremely liberal in
promises as to what they would do in
regard to redistribution, if they were
sent to Victoria. Notwithstanding all
this, however, not one thing, up to this
time, has been donev to reliex-e the
burdensome and Unreasonable conditions prex-ailing — especially in the
Here is a sample. Ia the June
elections 202 x-otes were cast in Al-
beriiK. and in Rossland riding—of
- which Boundary is an unwilling pari—
there were 2,631. That is to say, one
elector in Alberni counts as much at
Victoria as 13 in Kossiand.riding. It
is utterly ridiculous and absurd to a
The  government organs say generously (?) that redistribution  is needful—after   looking   oxer   the revised
election return-?.    If it is really meant,
however, it is for the first time.    This
discrejKincy  has   been  going on,  in
greater or Jess degree,  for  years—but
almost nothing  has been  done.    The
clique that holds orrk'e, by one means or
the other at the coast, ore loath to iose
their pocket boroughs;   for this is just
what will hapjien when a fair redistribution takes place.   Those who  have
prated about their  desire  to give  us
equitable representation, have not been
sincere.     If they   had   been, justice
\vould have been done to this section
long ago.
The Liberals at 'Revelstoke voted in
favor of a census every five years for
British Columbia, so that the representation may be adjusted moreticquently.
They seem to have forgotten that this
will imolve a change in the British
North American Act, and this is not
very likely lo be made, even to meet
the exceptional case oi this piovinee.
But there is lio reason why we
should not have representation according to population in the provincial
assembly. The British North American act docs not work against that.
Every thing, in stork that
should he found rn an Up-to-
date News and Statroneiy
Daily Papers,
Tobaccos and
Phoenix, B. C.
Agts. for Spokesman-Review
Patronize home Industry and
drink Phoenix Beer.
Cor. Standard Avenue and Banner, Street.
Best of work guaranteed,     Specialty of White .S-hirta
Basement Miller Blk., Dominion A v.
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iii:.,\ip(.ii;.\n ikks, ni:i„son, 11. v.
% Markets at Nelson,  Kaslo, Three  Forks, Sindon, .Slocan City,
• Silverton, New I >cnvc-!',. Yutir. .S;>lmu, Ro'viland, Trail. Cascade, «•
0 (Irand l-'orks, (Iren-iiwti'wJ, Midway, Niagara and Plmcnix. »
» All  orders receive prompt attention. •
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T'ie most serious difficulty now confronting the powers in their efforts to
affect a satisfactory settlement ot the
Chinese trouble is that there is no one
left to listen.—World.
A millionaire printer has been inspecting the mines at Phoenix. 1'orfear
an impression to the contrary might
go out, The Herald will state that he
was not from Cranbiook.—Cianbrook
Lieut-Governor I»ly has gone East,
nnd on his Teturn he will   be  acconi-
pained by Lady Joly.    Now   that  his
back 1$ turned we-may take the Iibhrty ,
of saying that he is  affording  a  con- j
spicuous example of the light man   in j
the right place.—Colonist.
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C. W; Greer, Propr.,
Is making Light, Sueet aud "Wholesome
Itrcad, l'rench, Rye or Graham Lca^e
vour orders nt tlie
Cor. Dominion Ave. and Banner St,
(Opposite Miners' Union Hall)
This Hotel is Hard Finished! Bar FurnishedAvith the Fin-
Conveniently Arranged.     j   ■■-'. est of Goods.
"Graham & Prendergast, Props.
leading Hotel of Phoenix.
Everything First Class, Electric Lighted, Electric f
Bells, Free Sample Rooms,   Finest   Liquors  and {
Old Ironsides Avenl'k,
L11.'.,  Pkops. v
DI'IRK.MAN,. iLvxAr.KK. {
-      PHOENIX, B. C. i
Phoenix Shoe Shop.
All Work Guaranteed.    Imported Goods.
J'ht/lOKs' SH01.S   A SPECIAL!Y.
Corner Phoenix Sf. and Brooklyn Ave.
i Carpets and Linol^unfis ^
We.have a fine line in all qualities and styles.
• <^t will pay 3'oti to  examine  and get  prices.
In Furnitiire--
We are constantly receiving the  latest,  from
the'finest to the cheapest..
Furniture, Carpets and Undertaking,
T    _  _ ..
Finest Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars always in Stock
Comfortable and well Furnished Rooms.
First-Class Dining- Idiom and Attentive Waiters.
The Mist (olifa ftW? [|p Gwpif, MM,
A large number of punting offices
in the east are now working day and
night on the voters' list. The
rushing of the lists is regarded, in po-
littral circles, as the best sign that has
)et been given of an early appeal to the
con 11 tiy.—Vancouver World.
British Columbia conservatives have
decided to letain the totally irrelevant
prefix "Liberal." It might have had
a meaning years ago, but it is entirely
useless and out of place at the present
in connection with the conservatives,
and only tends to confuse the two
I federal parties.—Province.
Mrs, Wm, Delahay
F.as!iioflaf)!e Dressmaking
Residence, opposite Manclel
& Murphy's livery stable.
Knob Hill Ave;   Phoenix, B. C.
This hotel is centrally located, newly built and
newly furnished throughout. Everything is first
class.    Bar stocked with the finest.        :        :        :
R. GREIGER, Manager.
Coincide lint; ufUar Supplii's.
.  . (;RKt-;\tv<x>F).
B. C.
The allies are in I'ckin all right
enough, but they seem to wish they
*ere all well out of it
Rowland's ore output is increasing
The women are supposed to control
the destinies of nearly half the population of the caith—Queen Victoria, to
whom 400,000,000 owe allegiance, and
the empress dowagei of China, whose
vassals number considerably over 300,-
000,000. It seems a pity the lady of
the Orient is not of the gentle disposition of Creat Bratain's honored queen
Dominion Ave,
Phoenix, B. C.
Makes Two Bound Trips Daily Between Phoenix
and G-reenwood.
Leaves Phoenix at 7.45 a. m. and 1,30 p. in.    Phoenix Time.
Leaves   Greenwood at 9:00 a. in. and 4:00 p.m.   Greenwood Time.
for a squari?
ju-:ai, 00 to.. .
J. MANDEL, Prop,
faster than  ihe smelters can  handle
the output-v The same conditions will
prevail in thte boundary  next year	
notwithstanding one smelter now running and two more building
])id yot? ever think of it? Phoenix
fs the ^learest bonking and business
point to mines that are shipping nearly
15,000 tons tons of gold-copper ore
jwr munth. Two-thirds of tins out
\mi comes from the heart of Phoenix
Hewitt Eo'.tod:,   M. P.,   made'an
*'6igJiiiiei:t a It: ■•■ d.ij3 i.'ti.cc lor t'.c
If tbe government of the  province
of British Columbia appoints a  commission to inquire into the working 01*
the mining laws, and that commission | ^
fulfils the  purpose for which it will be Mg
created   and   revues   the eight-hour
agitation,   the   aforesaid   government
thereby signs its own  death   warrant.
No government in this province could
repeal the eight-hour law and survive.
To attempt  its  repeal   is to  commit
po'itical   suicide.      Dunsmuir   knows
this,    fie is   no  fool.—Sandon  Pa)-
If you have overlooked paying \our
call an
o in
loncL-r, : k
■' matte;
Fine Wines, Liquors,
and Cigars.
l. W. Thompson & Co.
Meals at AH Hours.
The Best the Market
The Job Department of the Pioneer
i.s not claimed to be the largest nor the
most extensive in British Columbia. It
is, nevertheless, one of the best appointed
establishments iu this section, and no
establishment can or does tuni out a better quality of work in the line of printed
matter of all kinds.
In short, no better work was ever done
since the world began. That's why we
think we're entitled to your orders.
Mining work a specialty.
The Wm. Hamilton Manufacturing Company,
LnnxKD. '
0    ,
Peterborough, Ont,
1 Mmmmm) mmmm^
w, Asmoke ®M-
%t Dominion Avetrnz,
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CIGAR MFG. CO., of Nelson, B. C
■'< 'ii-.- m.i-i; i.ai.ci i,F
on f.uii n.,.%. -ca
Complete l.lsi
Just liclbri
was pHii'd^ue
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No 21 A1
to Iwniporate
liie J)i<« esc of
No 2; A1
the Roi k May ;
w.-iv Co.
No  23     An
Incorporation 1
No. 2.).    An
Pncific, Northe
way Co.
No. 25.    An
xouver and I.ul
,.(1891) Amendii
(,-^N6. 26.    An
,, vestment and 1.
f';,ANo. 28.     An
•■i: Mid Water and
L>'{juration Act, if
i;./.";;:No. 29.    An
; ':|liml)i:i :md We;
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si'*|^o. 30.    An
jvjtpgtstry Act.
^.:&Nn. 31.    An
fcfeeiils Act, iSi)[
fltffjSo. 32.     An
::;:elia 11 ices' I.ien .-'
y£f§>'n. 33.     An
'-l^vincial I lives
vJSisMii. 14.    An
pjjfcamloops and .-
•ClliSo. 35.    An
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lesion Duties.
f|0p>o. 42.    An
E'.-ftjeibt on Works
; ifvise granted bv
ji^^Na 4O.    An
I gr'ation to Britisl
f   ,,;:';No. 47.    All.
'  sessnit-iu Roll ot
■ .'■ybod for the Ver
r-   No. 48.    An
j  of yoting Machi
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■ No. 49.    An
relating to Costs
v-No. 50.    An.
Grand Forks it 11.
■"'•'■■"'No.   ■;,.    An
;'' giaiitto the   Cor
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S!,'Mtc in said cit
:'0>- 5-1-    An
■Licenses Act,  1S
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^OXJauscs Conso
^'{.No. 56.    An A
;;;J;*s of tho Canac
v^jiith Africa from
:. tan provisions of
f;¥. ihe Mineral
.,v'y°- 57-    An
K.iilH-ay Assessmt
,No- 38.    An ai
^'-il Klcction .->
;^'°- 59-    An
■f.-iiinvay Incorpo
:N"-6o.    A bil
,,'Xo-6i.    An ai
S«il and Coke.
's'°- 62.    An
I-uid Act.
;.'>'»-63. An ai
-"-Anient Ad.
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■V-Vlcen's Counsel .
t N'��- 6t5. An ar
"|r; Hisrovyry I']
:J5k'- Mineral Djv.
'IV i-..^u;;fc.;Vy-^u'j^��.-j^^^>ur,i;,_.  THE   PHOENIX    PIONEER.  Q  perhaps your  p% ttcntion lu>; heen  5 -ii  turned to the  .-���fes'fficaciou.s results from  ���|sLfS''.,  S|ourish]nent derived from  Iff  ^|?!lie goods displayed in our  Electoral Districts, in the Discoverers  of Placer Claims in the said District.  _ No. 69. An act toauiend the Municipal Clauses act  No. 70. An act to amend the Mu-  Jiicijul Elections act  No. 71. An act to amend the Public Dyking act, 1898.  No, 72. An act to amend Munici-  palilies act.  No. 73. An act to further amend  tut* J*and act.  DIVfoEND-PAYlNfj "WILD CATS."  |io\v windows.  Special Attention Paid  to Prescriptions.  000  Jt    h  o  ���  a  e  0  a  W  iieiii I Co.  DRUGGISTS.  NlKlll   Hell.  Ccruoii ti. Nelson Telephone 17.  t  ' DHLS PASSED BY LEGISLATURE.  Complele Lis! of title Enactments   at Victoria  Just before the legislative assembly  was |/iorogik:d Iiv the iieiltenaiit-gov-  enoi, he gave a-.'sent, in Her Majesty's  HJUlK', 10 the following bills:  No   2.    An act to amend  the Evi-  ',   tier. --  \��:t-  No 4- A" Acl 10 amend the Notaries \ppoiiUpiieiit Act.  '��� No 7- An act respecting the clos-  jjhr of Shops, and the employment of Children and   Young Persons  then."'  , ifp   12.    An  act to incorporate the  ���\-Mttniivcr and   Westminster   Railway  ���o.4  Nt'  '.I-    An Act to Incorporate the  Crp* s S'est Pass   Electric   Light and  I'pwcr Co., Limited.  1  ��fu  i.|.      An   Act   to   Incorporate  flic Wistein Telephone and Telegraph  Co. i  ~$t> 15.    An   Act   to   Amend   the  Com/ "pics Act, iSy;.  '        tfv  17.    An Act to Incorporate the  ,KiJ|ii  it.-Caledoui:i Co.  ���    1 Ni>  19.    An Act to revise and consolidate the Vancouver   Incorporation  Act,  j      No 20.    An Act to amend the Vancouver, Northern and Yukon  Railway  (  Act, i.Syy.  No 21. An Act to amend An Act  to Intoiporate the Anglican Synod of  ihe Di<�� ese of New Westminster.  No  22.    An Act to Incorporate the  the Roi k Bay and Salmon River Rail-  ? way Co.  No. 23.     An Act to   Accelerate the  Incorporation of the City of  Phoenix.  No. 24.    An Act to Incorporate the  Pacific, Northern and  Omineca   Railway Co.  No. 25.    An Act toaniend tiie Vancouver and Lulu   Island   Railway Act  (1891) Amendment Act,  1S97.  (,-,^N6. 26.    An Act to amend   the Investment and Loan Societies Act.  T  ,ANo. 28.     An Act toaniend the Ross-  5: Wid Water and Light Company Incor:  k>ipaiion Act, 1S96.  l;./^No. 29.     An Act to amend the'Co-.  nitimhia and Western   Railway Subsidy!  ������;$ct, iSy6. j  Si'lplo. 30.    An Act toaniend the Land  ;v3rt'pgistry Act.  :,Ji*jNn. 31.    Aii Act toaniend the Judg-  fctiieiit.s Act, 1K99.  ;?;^5No. 32.    An Act to amend the Me-  |;:;eriaiii(-es' Lien Act.  P.,-w|No. 33.     An Act relating to Extra-  ' Provincial Investment and Loan Soci-  >:,��$;*���  ,;;SSKo. -?4.    An Act to Incorporate the  pfjttamluops and Athn Railway Co.  ��fe?$(l- 35-    An Act to amend theOffi-  |j|ct||Administrators' Act.  ||f||&i). 3S.    An   Act   respecting  Suc-  l^ession Duties.  f|0|\o. 42.    An act relating toemplov-  E'.-fijejit on Works carried on under Fran-  i ^fSe granted by Private acts.  f ,.:'No. 4O.    An Act to regulate Initni-  I gr'ation to British Columbia.  [   ,;i';No. 47.    Aii Act to con firm the As-  '  sessmeiit Roll of the  City   of Green-  ' .^"bod for the Year 1900.  x- *  No. 48.    An Ad to permit   the use  j  of-Voting Machines in British Colum-  ;   bia.  ��� No. 49.    An Act to amend the Law  relating to Costs allowed to Mortgagees.  -,.   ,: No. 50.    An Act to Incorporate the  Grand Forks and Kettle   River   Rail-  ,'���. vvj-y;('i'-  -No.  51.    An   Act   to   authorise  a  Low Priced Stock May Some Day Pay Large  Profits.  Will some croaker or cent per cent  money loaner who thrives on the ready  circulating money of a mining camp    ���.���,��� ullllrtls> a  and   who  is  everlastingly   cautioning | |la)f- per CCIJt 0I1 th  people to beware of "wildcat" mines, 1     Class D. On a  have the good grace to define the term*  iMt him do so and every condition he  applies will he met by producing, ii  great mine which, at one time, possessed the aileged attributes. Is a  mine a "wildcat" because the stock in  the company owning it is selling at a  nominal figure? If so then thcGranitel  Mountain was a "wildcat," for its stock  was sold for less than ten cents a  share, yet it paid over $13,000,000 in  dividends, and is still being profitably  operated. Iron Mountain was sold as  low as eight cents and has paid over  lialf a million in dividends. These  mines were once'only, prospects with  ten-loot holes, and so was every,, other  great mine. The fact i.s a "wildcat"  is only such when time and development show it cannot be made a 'mine,  and yet it may, as a prospect, have  had great promise and worthy the expenditures made in an effort to make  it amine.���Western Mining World.  Income Tax.  The new assessment act brought  down by tlie Finance Minister, provides for an income tax upon all persons, whose income exceeds $1000.  The scale is as follows:  Class A.���On one thousand dollars,  and not exceeding ten thousand dollars, one and one-half per cent up to  five thousand dollars, nnd two and  one-half per cent on the remainder:  Class li.���On ten thousand dollars,  and not exceeding twenty thousand  dollars, two pel cent up to ten thousand dollars, and three per cent on the  remainder.  Class C���On twenty thousand dollars, and not exceeding forty thousand  dollars, three per cent up to twenty  thousand dollars, and three and one-  le remainder,  all others in excess  of forty thousand dollars, three and one-  half per cent up to forty thousand dollars, and four, per cent on the remainder.  EASTERN  Townships Bank,  ��� ��� i  J The Most Popular  IS/!  RESERVE FUN I)'  Money Burned t�� Advantage.  There was once a man who had  money to burn and lie tame West for  he knew that he would find many Hot  Wans in that Place,to help him burn  it. He was what they call a Mark.  When he arrived in the West he told  all the Crowd his Errand and they  Winked their eyes at each other and  began to talk Loudly about the claims.  Alter some days he went to the Hill  and Bought a mine for much money  because the Prospector said it was  a Good mine. Then the boys smiled  behind their hands because the Pilgrim  had a Wildcat. Then the Man began  to Mine and made a Strike and his  mine made Dividends for him. And  the Prospector was the Chump after  All. A Fool and his Money are not  Always easily Divorced.���Siivertonian.  Hewitt Bollock's Assignment,  Hewitt Bostock, M. P., assigned his.  real andipersonal estate today to C. J.  Helliwell, accountant, for the benefit J  of his creditors. The assignment has  been duly registered. The Province  Publishing Company is not included  iu the Bostock estate, but the li. C.  Printing pS: Lithographing Company is  included in the assets. The assignment caused much surprise -among  those who" heard the news. The assignment was due to numerous large  unprofitable investments in the province, although the estate comprised  among its assets many valuable investments and would pay over 100 cents  on the dollar.  Mr. Bostock, however, realizing that  necessary large sums were not available  ready to satisfy immediate demands,  thought the safest and best way to satisfy creditors was to assign and thus insure full returns for those who had  claims   against  him.���The Colonist.  A young man named Barber led  Miss Shaver to the alter the other day  in a southern village. We presume ail  the "little shavers" will be Barbers, remarks an exchange.  1 Andrew Laidlaw whose company is  erecting a pyritic smelter at Boundary  Falls, says that the present plant is  somewhat in the nature of an experiment and if it proves a success his  compay will build similar smelters at  various points in the district.  If you have a friend in Europe interested in this camp, send him the  Pioneer. The cost is but $2.50 per  year.  Pianos shipped direct from factory  at faaory prices.  L. C. CkawtoiuiJ  For rent, olliceroonis, 2nd floor Post  Office Block.        L. C. Crawtoud.  kstaiii.i.siiki) 1859.  CAPITAL    -     - '��� -    -     $1,500,000  $900,000  .  IXMKIIOI' OIRKCTOKS:  R. \V. I!i'..vi!ki:k, president, Hon. M. Jl. 'Cochran* p., Vice-1'ren., Israel  WpjopI, J.'rt. .'-.il-liell,  C. Stevens,  J. N. O.-iIer, N. W.Tnoni.-i. , C.  II.  Kntlimi, II, II. Ilron-ii, {>. C.  1IUA1) OIM'ICU, SIIKKIIKOOICK, I'. ���*>,..,  WM.' F*xivi!i,i��� Oeii'l Mux-, s. KiiUKi.i., I.0-11I  Mgr.-S.!'. Mukkv, Ilrnneli Iimpector.       '���/  ���  ��� UKANClll'.ri. ,   <  Waterloo, \V. I. Urigffs, Mminger.  Htnusteafl, S. StevenK,     ' " .   -  Cownnville, J. M.-pckiniion, Mininger.  CuHticooI;, II. Austin, Mtiipnger.  Kiclmioml, W.I,. Jlull,      "  Ornnlpy, W. II. kolihi-ion, "  Ileilfuril, v.. W. Morgan, "  ilay.ug, K. T. Oliver, "  HI. Hyncinth'e, J. 1-*. I.n I'rninlM)!^, Mgr.  Huntingdon, J-;, X. Kolplii-iou, Mgr.  Ormslou-n, 11. 'f. WiHhinm. Mgr.  Grand I'orks, II.C, J.W. Mnclouxhliii, Mgr.  l'hoenix, II. 0.., Wm. Spier, Mgr.  Agents iu Montreal, Hunk of Montreal: r.on-  dou,..KiiK., National Iliiuk of Scotlauil; llosLnu,  National I<xe|iange llauk; New York, National  1'iirk Hank.  Collection!* made at all accessible points.  Drafts issued for any required amounts, gppod iu  all pp>iuts iu Caurula, U. S. and l^urojpe. l-)x-  cliunge 1pou<.:Ih aipd si^ld.  Haviufts Ilinueli I>e|inrtniciit at each office.  Interest allowed from dale of deposit and com,  pounded annually without re<piirini>; attention of  deiMisitor.  Office Hours: 10-3; Saturday from 10 to 12.  THE CANADIAN  MMERCE  HEAD Or-TICE: TORONTO.  I-'stablished 1 3 6 7.  PAID-UP-CAPITAL $6,0000.00,  [Six'Million Dollars.]  ki:st $1,000,000  President Hon. Cio. A. Cox.  Cencnil Manager.      . . B. E. Wai.ki-:k.  Ass't. Cen'l   .\ian:iger.J.H. Pi.v.m.mkk.  Telephones!  ...REDUCTION  Church Services.  Presiiyturian.���Divine service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30 o'clock,  Ironsides   time,   in   the  .schoolhoti.se.,  Everbody cordially invited.  IN I.OXC. niKTANC!-:  kati-:s. ....  Phoenix Mail Service.  Office hours, S a, m. to 7 p. in.  Mails close for Oraiul I-'orks, Greenwood, Rossland. Nelson, Knsteru United States and Coast  lH>tius daily (except' Sunday) at 7:15 a. m.  I-'or Midway, Camp .McKiuucy uppp! l-'airview on  Monthly, Wednesilay and l-'riday at 7:15 a. 111.  Mails'due from all points nt 10:30a. m.  11. J. M.vniHso.v,  Postmaster.  FOR SALE.  Tenders will be received till midnight of Saturday, the 8th dar of September, 1900, at the office  of R. II. Kerr, Solicitor, Phoenix, 11. C, for the  purchase of tlie following property, viz:  That certain parcel or tract of land situated nt  the corner of Dominion Avenue aud Phoenix  Street, l'hoenix, H. C, and known as I.ot 10,1 Hoc I;  I, ofthe Hulidivision ofthe ''Cimerou" iniiiernl  claim, coininonly called Kiimbcrger's addition to  the Town of l'hoenix, IJ. C A building, formerly  known as the Columbia Hotel, and now know?)  as the Metropolitan Hotel, is situated on the said  lot.  The highest or any'tender not necessarily accepted.  Dated the 23rd day cf August, 1900.  Use Vernon &  Nelson Co.'s Lines  5oc to  -Spokane, Rossland  and Republic.  RATES TO OTHER STATIONS  Proportionately Low. .  OOOCiOO(.rGOOO(XXOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOaOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO<y^  The Lion Bottli  GREENWOOD axo PHOENIX, U. C.  O   SOI F. AGKNTS FOR TIIK���  Lion Brewing Co.  Of Rossland,  tbe  Largest Brewery in Uritir.li Columbia.  ���okn'kkai. I'.xroKT .\(;i;:\i'.-;���  KI'.ICIIS-  i.illl.l.l.l'.V  Mineral Water  111-. KM ANV.  Selters   Natural  Wn;si!Ai)i;N,  Tin's bank has the largest number of  brancbt-s of any bank in Canada, with  agencies at New York, Chicago, New-  Orleans, Ska����,vay and Davv.si n City.  Accountsof'(Jor|Jorations, Merchants  and Individuals received on favorable  terms.  Drafts, Commercial Credits, Travelers' Credits and Circular Notes issued  available in any part of the world.  Approved Notes Discounted; Collections- made.  A general Hanking business transacted.  Greenwood Branch,  0. A. CAMERON,  Manag.Tr.  O  JAS. McCREATH &  CO., Props.  ochxhx>cckxxx>ooocxxx>o^  The Noi��  AEMSTROM * jJERG, I'kof.-'.  Fine Wines,  Liquors and Cigars.  DOMINION AVENUE, ....        PHOENIX, Ii. C.  The.  Maple  MARK TRACY  City Scavenger.  All orders promptly  attended to.  Telephone 520 or P. (). Box 50.  Office, Standard Ave.,  PHOENIX, B. C  -0-�������-��-��-o���ffl�����-��~e-  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given Hint the partnership  heretofore existing between us, the undersigned,  as hutel keepers and livery stable keepers nt the  town of l'hoenix, Ilritish Columbia, has this day  ! beei- dissolved by mutual consent. All debts  owing to the said partenship. are to be paid to  Joseph MandeU who will continue to carry on  business, and all claims against the said partnership are to tx: presented to the said Joseph  Maudel, by whom tlie same will be settled.  Dated at I'hoctitx, Jl. C, this 20th day of August,  A.D. 1900.  J. Mandkl,  GliO. 1*. MCKI'HV.  Witness:  W. It. COCUHANK.  IMioenix, Jl. C.  45  SMYRNA  Syrup of Figs  IS THE BECST.  l|...^s> A large bottle, 75c.  Choice wines, liquors, and cigars alum's in stock.  Board by day or'week. One trial and 3-011 will remember  The Maple Leaf Forever.  AND SOO LINE.  l-'ast Operates. West  FAMOUS.  "Imperial  Limited"  J. Mandel, Pi��op.  OLD IRONSIDES AVE.  PHOENIX, li. C.  -b'or sale only by-  NOTICE.  W . J.Caner, in the finest barber  shop in town, is still doing the best ot"  tonsorial work.    Dominion avenue.  Perfect printing punctually performed pleases particular people. This is  wheie the Pioneer shines.  m  gram to the   Corporation   ofthe   City  i'fYMamver of certain Crown   Lands  to   amend   the  Mining  Act and  amending  ������'.��� s-totc iii said city.  '���^.'jN"- 5-1-    An   Act  Licenses Act,  i S99.  .^5��' SS-    An Act to amend the Wat-  ,;,,^.Uauses Consolidation Act, 1897.  !;)^��- 56-    An Act to relieve themem-  .^'r-l'S of tho Canadian troops serving in  'vgiith Africa from the operation ofcer-  .;��� tira provisions of the   Placer  ���';;'A^. the Minera  -'Ails.  ~y^��- 57-    An    act  to    amend   the  K.11Iway Assessment Act.  ,^��- 38.    An act to amend thePro-  ;"P'nal ICIection Act.  '; ,|(;^��- 59-    An   act  to    amend,  the  ;-.��Vim.vay Incorporation Act.  \] No. 60.    A bill to amend the Min-  *:i;| Act.  ,,:N'��- 61.    An act to levy 'a Tax on  S'^J and Coke.  ���yX<}.(}2.    An   act    to   amend  the  i-uid An.  \'v>- 63.    An act to amend  the As-  -"-Anient Ad. '���  rKn-()S-    An   net    lo   amend   the  V.'Jtejis Counsel Act, 1899.  ...    '\66-    Al1 act to vest the title to  ."[_! discovery   placer   Claim,   Atlin  '"���- -'I:ncral Di-.^sion, of the Cassiar  IA. persons, old and young, should have  their teeth examined once every six mouths  by a competent dentist. Decay will be  present, aud tartar forminii, which nothing hut a through examiuatiau will reveal.  ProfessimiHl service rendered in time means  high-class work, less pain aud ijreat economy.  A tooth fil!e<l when decay is in sight will not be  sensitive, tlie operation not long, aud the filling  lasting, because the operation has more ana  better structure to work on. lie is enabled to  make the walls ofthe envitv thicker and stronger,  aud with slight danger of" exposing the nerve,  tlte dread and fear -of nil when having teeth filled.  Have your teeth attended to in time. Do not  procrastinate, (live the dentist good tooth-  structure to work upon, and he will render you  excellent service. Many persons put otf thetr  visits to the dentist when sensitive teeth have  given frequent warning. With mind excited,  body in high nervous tension, aud with excruciating pain mul suffering written on every feature,  they come For relief. How can the dentist be expected to perform the best operation when the  patient is in the worst possible condition to receive it ? If your friend is sick do not wait until  he is almost dead before you do soniethiiigforhim  or send for the doctoi. The doctor may save him  by coming nt the last moment, aud should the  patient recover lie is liable to have bad health  the remainder of his life on account of not having  received proper attention nt the right time.  Likewise, a tooth that is neglected may be filled  and unveil at the last moment, but will probably  have had health the rest of its life. One person  in a Hundred has good teeth, ninety nine persons  iu a hundred could have good teeth with proper  attention  Notice is hereby given that the partnership  heretofore subsisting l>etweeu Thomas Herg aud  J. I*;. Almstrom, doing bustueas as Thomas Iterg  & Co., at the Norden Hotel, L'hoemx, H. C, has  been dissolved. The business will iu future be  carried on by Alhiu Almstrom and Thomas .Berg,  under the firm name of Almstrom Jt Herg. All  debts due to the old firm are to be paid to the new  firm, which will pay all the liabilities of the old  one.  Dated at Phoenix, B. C, Ihe 13th day of August,  1900.  Thomas Bkiu;.  Al.IUN A.LMSTKOM.  J. K. Ai..mstkom.  Witness:  k: n. kkrr.  43  J. B. BOYLE,  Drucgist  Prescriptions a Specialty.  V. X N\ Tel. No. 16.  The Yaie-Coltimbia Lttmbe* C��<  LIMITED.  Manufacturers of all kinds of  Rotfgh and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles,  Mouldings and Turnings.  Our Presknt Miij. and Yards are Locatkd as Follows:  Nakusp. . mill and vard  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^iF"\Ve are also prepared to deliver lumber to any mining camp.  Our Company is enabled to Supply any order without delay  A. HENDERSON,  The Watchmaker and  Jeweler, is doing the finest quality of work in  the Boundary country.  Give us a call when 3-0111-  watch or clock is "out of  whack," or you need anything in the Jewelry line;  Miller Blk., Phoenix, B. C.  DR. R. MATHISON,  DENTIST  Naden-FIood Blk.   Greenwood, B.C.  ''��� Columbia -phone, No. 16.  *' "      residence, 10.  V. null N. 'phone, No. 80.  The.  (Formerly -the Columbia Motel)  RUSSELL BROS., Props.  0600  First-class from top to bottom. . Finest  liquors  and  cigars.  Come in and try our new pool table aud look over the  Mineral Exhibit.  0000  Comer Dminson Ave. asid Phosnbs: St.,  Phoenis, B. C.  PHOENIX ANOTHER  Is Already the Second Camp in Ore Shipments  in British Columbia.  The following facts about Phoenix tell the story of what capital has already accomplished in the chief  mining camp of the Boundary. There are yet many promising, prospects well worthy ot business like  exploitation.  Phoenix itself and the camps to which it is the nearest banking aud business  point, are now shipping 3,500 tons of gold-copper oi'e per week, or I 32,500 tons  per 3'ear.  The Knob Hill aud Old Ironsides, situated iu the vary heart of the town, arc  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, Athelstan, etc., arc  shipping not less than 50 tons per day, or 350 tons per week.  The ore shipments from Phoenix alone far exceed the combined output of all  other mining camps of British Columbia, outside of Rossland.  Yet Phoenix is onty iu its earliest infancy.  For further, information, address,  Fast daily train between Alantic and  Pacific.  "Willi direct connecting services to  and from Houndary Creek and Kettle  River districts.  First-class sleepers on all trains from  Arrowhead and Kootenay landing.  Tourist cars pass ��� Medicine Hat  daily for .St. Paul, Saturdays for Montreal and Boston; Mondays and Thursdays for Toronto. Same cars j����  Revelstoke one day earlier.  Ex Sun Daily train Ex Sun  11.45 iv Gree.iwood ar 22.30  1 2.12 Iv Eholt ar 22.02  For rates, tickets, and full information apply to agents at Greenwood   or  Eholt, or  U'.E. Anderson, E.J.Coyle,  Trav. I 'ass. A gen t, A. G. I'. Agt.  Xelson, B.C.   Vancouver, H.C*  Spokane Falls  G. W. RUMBERGER.  NELSON & FORT SHEPPABD, RED MOUNTAIN RAILWAY CO.  The  only  all-rail   route   between   all  points east, west and south  To Rossland, Nki.son and  all Intkrmeiwati-; Points  Connecting at Spokane with the  Great Northern, Northern Pacific and  the O. R. Ov N. Co.  Connects at Nelson with steamer for  Kaslo and all Kootenai lake points.  Connects at Meyers' Falls with stage  daily for Republic, and com-ects at  Bossburg wiih stage daily for Grand  Forks and Greenwood.  I.rave Day Traill Arrive  10.55,1. m. S|K)|;an,. 7:ju p. ill  U:n5p. 111. KusslalKl 5:30 p. m.  y.yj a. 111. Nelson h:oo p. in.  Nil-lit Traill.  0:45 i��. 111. Spokane 7:050. in.  11 .f-fj n. in. kos.slaiul 6.v>a. m.  H. A. Jackson,  GenL-r.il Passenger Ajjent.  ooeosooo00000  Smoke  ,00000000000��  a  a  ��  ��  o  <�����  O  o  o  &  ��  o  a  a  o  000000  CIGARS.  o   o  UNION MADE  o  o  o  o  ��  0,  lOOCOSOOO&fiOOOOQOOOD  TC"  f^rr^Ti"i?  Dominion Ave.,  Phoenix, B. C,  ;0 lusn'fc&f  Insurance and  Real Estate.. .  Dominion Avlnuk, PHOENIX, 15. C.  .V.].nt For  Caiukula I .il'e Ins. Co.  London ;md Lancashire Life Ins.  Co.  Dominion of Canada   Guarantee  and Accident Ins. Co.  Surety lioniisturnishednt Low Raters  Ofrices and House1-' uhvavs on hand lor  *F��a*-JK ������'M|.^a*F.,|j|o.��BFF��m-WF����l�� -.FFVUt-  ��|l|   ��i f��fPj^J*1.-'>U��#H -��l��-).>  -��.?FFF  .tt.--g.iy-li.-~r*' ff  >w.MFpi��.wiFm'mnwa��ijlVAljmMmwmit,im,iM^^^ > w i    ,,.ir,.l���/i����  ^^i.^L.  ..��,WV>  , <t i U    p        ��    -t  7/        ,#    ^/ ��#>)-        *<  _>_U- JUu j ���*������  <?��  >��� '   >j  ���ijil 4rrit  9       ^r~? to       t  '  /,  THE PHOENIX P10XEEE  �� . 1  BSan',':'1  ii~:->  feV- '*.Vi't.  ':0'4<  ������������'Jty'  ���i?!W,,;  Ft  Ii' I  i  iff  ft   ���  -�������������������-���$�����-��  0-ffi'-�� O 0-Q.-C5J     C  o  ?  (M.'R-iir.SINI-iSS "ISl_ ��-��=.  Wall Taper,  Stationery  Blank Books  ,. Office Supplies  Tobacco, Cigars, Etc.  C:\'I  and kt'-om  r-no-i-..   WVvt* pri.'b.iM.  ������: jusl ivli,;i 1 y-ou w,'.mt.  ffdto Bros J 5itl  pHoi-Nix,U. c:.  5--�� -07��-��-Q-O--��-�����O  ��  ��  ���o  o  I  ��  I  o  ��  6  ��  o  I  I   The Local Grist*   {  Messrs.' Aidhain aud Uliint go to  Re s l;i id to day lo do some surveying.  Miss .Mabel'Edwins,'of Greenwood, j  has ljeeii visiting Mrs. C. ��� W. Abbott!  jliis week. ��� I  Ira W. ll'rack and wife returned last j  Monday Iron) a three weeks' visit in i  Spokane.  Ssi.'iieying has been started on the  line of the Grand I-'orks and 'Kettle  liver railway.  Ralph Smailes, of Greenwood, was  'in town Thursday, and is talking of  Imildiiig here.  ('.A. Baldwin returned this week  from a three weeks' trip to Keller, on  the reservation.  It is reported that the Summit City  lownsite has been floated in the east  by. Col.   1 ley wooi I.  Hob Eraser returned from a visit to  Spokane hist Wednesday, where he  went lo see his neice. ,>..-  A. Stoc-:s, ol'jfjjpluajli.i.-i, has been  appointed lo'shi'-Oni'i'-tei'd' the building  ut ihe new bridges, one at Columbia  and the'other on ihe- North l-'jik, near  Eag-e City.  This week   seven    cars    of   lumber  came   into  Phoenix over the C.  P. R. j  Ol"   these   five    were    for   the .Miner-  Graves  syndicate  nnd   two   for    the  Yaie-Cohunbia Lumber Co.  A. C. J-'hmieiielt,   assistant general  'manager of the Granby   Co.,   owning  ! the Grand I-'orks   .smelter   and   mines  in Phoenix,   with   Geo., W.   Wooster,  "treasurer, were in town last Sunday.  Rev. Geo. A. Anderson, formerly of  Avlmer, Ontario, will >"ccupy the Presbyterian pulpit both vnorniiigaiid evening tomorrow. He has been at the  coast near Vancouver, for some weeks,  lames Marshall, the well ' known  president of Phoenix .Mineis' Union,  h.<s purchased the lot and residence of  A. 11. McKay' on Brooklyn avenue.  His friends aie wondering what will  happen next,  S. W. McMichael, chief inspector  of customs,- of. Toronto, was in the  JSouiuiary this week, accompanied by  1-'. S. Beaton, lie is interested in  Camp ' .McKinney's only dividend  payer, the Cariboo.'  On account of the ball given last  Thursday evening by the foot ball  boys, the Benefit Dance of Phoenix  Miners' Union has has been postponed  from the 17th to the 20th hist. It will  be given nest Thursday evening.  L.'ist Friday night's thunder storm  was, the worst experienced here in  inanv moons.     Many of tbe   fuses-in  manager  Trail; K-  KoSsi.'MK.  1-raser .���<���  of ihe C'. P. K- sineiter .-"it  '���-s Tl)oi)i]'/,-',(in��� th<- tiuher ' (pf  ; |. W. \'(<un:!, rejii'e-.'eiitii!g  Chalmers, the Ciiicago   111111-  ing'ilia', hinurv ..inaki.-i's;    and    C.    A.  Molsi/n, a mining engineer of Butte.  AT Till:   REVELSTOKE-CONVENTION.  WYNKOOP-STEPHENS. TRADING COMPANY, LIMITED.  the telephone exchanges were Inirned  out, but were i]tiickly replaced. On  Sunday drenching rains were the rule.  Molsoii, the new town on the, reservation, whose, hopes are built  on   the  Eisher Brothers have -nearly comjilet-! expected rush when that promised  ed the contractlor clearing the new loot- land i.s opened to settlement on Octo-  liall grounds, 55x90 yards.  The railway tunnel in the Snowshoe  is now in 325 feet, in fine ore. Tlie  ���tviiue is down about 30 feet.  The Athelstan shipped a car of ore  'J-ast week and another this week.    The  .cars average about 25 tons each.  About 30 cases arc on the list for the  ' sitting of the county court to  be  held  at Greenwood-on Monday, 24th inst.  The city  clerk  of Greenwood   rc-  jiorts that the total receipts to date, on  account of 1900 taxes, to be $6,578.25.  A concert and dance was  given   at  . the Commerical hotel, Eholt, last night,  in aid oLthe Eholt public school fund.  The sick committee of the  Phoenix  Miners' Union report quite a  number  of the sick and  injured on   the  pay  list.  Miss Elsie Crawford, who lias been  visiting friends in Spokane for -several  iveek,s, returned to l'hoenix last  Tues-  A. G- Simpson and   Mr.   Branbury  her 10th, had a big Labor Day celebration, with races, ball games, drilling  match, etc.  Rev. IX .McG. Gaudier, of Rossland,  visited Phoenix Thursday on business  connected with the local Presbyterian  church. Mr. Gaudier has resigned  his pastorate in Rossland, and- will  shortly remove to California on account  of his wife's health. ...  The board of managers of the Presbyterian church held the regular  monthly meeting iastTuesday evening.  Plans are being prepared by an architect for the new church building,'which  it i.s expected to erect this fall, and  subscriptions will soon be in order.  ��� \V. J. Buker has bought out John  Dorsey's hotel at Hartford Junction,  and has begun the erection of a frame  building. Mr. Buker -formerly had  charge of the B. CV mine boarding  house. Mr. Dorsey is now in Spokane, and expects to visit the east before returning.  ���\bout five miles of the  extra  line  \V.iat an  Editor Thinks of S.nit.i Curtis, Our  Member.  A noticeable figure in   the  convention was that ol" Smith Curtis,   whom  ihe people of the   south   refer   to   as  "Curtis of  Kootenay,"   because   they  say   he is   the '"first .representative   of  conspicuous ability the Kootenays have  ever had in thejpcal house, an opinion  in which the   whole country will coincide.     .Mr.    Curtis,   within   the  past  year, has made a permanent   place for  himself in ihe public life of  this province.    He is an ideal political   leader,  tactful, resourceful, fair,   firm,   with   a  wide knowledge of men and affairs, the 15^  kind of a leader who not only-inspires  confidence in his   followers,   but  also  their love.    A brilliant speaker,, whose  eulogy  of Sir, Wilfred Laurier  at   the  convention   the other evening will not  suffer   by   comparison   with  anything  that the past master of oratory himself  has said.     Mr. Curtis is an   advanced  thinker   on   economic  questions, -but  practical   withal.    Keep  your  eye on  Curtis; there i.s no position in' tlie  gift  of the elei-torate too big for his abilities,  and the electorate itself will   recognize  this fact in the near future.���Kootenay  Mail.  Candidates Arc Plcnly.  .    Mrs. Henry Heiderman and children  left  on Tuesday    lor   Walla  Wash., when   they will   visit  ���weeks.  Stared Thursday on a week's hunting hawcm Grand   ^  and   ^    nix  m,d_ pospecimg  trip   up  the   Wcst.^ ,)U-it [)y lhe yen)on   &  Ne)son  -���'"-'���- ''Telephone  Co.,   for   the  use  of  the  .Mrs Annie Russell, who has been Miner-Graves syndicate, have been  visiting her sister lor several, weeks, completed. The extra wire will also be  leit yesterday lor her home at Lewiston continued on to Greenwood, for the  ldaho;:. -��� ���   "   . ��� benefit of the Phoenix exchange.  l'he last of the poles for the Colum-  . _' _ '"j bia Telephone company's line to Brew-  sevua   ster wei.c pllt U|, |asl Saturday and now  ��� the wires are being strung. It should not  -Mrs. P. J.   Dermody,  wife  of the be lorn.'before  telephone  communica-  foreman ot the Old Ironsides, returned ticm  ��\]\  be established between  the  yesterday   from a two months' visit to , American Okanogan and the Boundary  .the coast. :       [country,   and  thus  with   the  outside  Give Pringle,  of Greenwood,  has World,  purchased the Metropolitan hotel and  . Jot, cornerDominion avenue and l'hoenix street.      ,  There is considerable speculation  rife as to who will be the candidate of  tbe Liberal Conservatives at the convention which is to be;held at Revelstoke today. There are several candidates in the field. Among those are  Hon. C. H. Mackintosh, Mayor A. S.  Goodeve and Dr. Bowes of Rossland;  John Elliott, barrister of Nelson. It is  safti that Revelstoke has no favorite  son to put in the field. Kaslo might  have a candidate up her sleeve, but if  she has there has been no imtirnation  made of the fact. It begins to look,  however, as if the choice really lay between the three aspirants for the nomination in Rossland. Governor Mackintosh has a nuiiiber oi" good friends  in this riding, who would like to see  him returned to the Dominion parliament in order to compensate him for  the defeat which he sustained in the  recent contest for the seat in the provincial house.  THE  !)>ij  >��W  ���//'iU  f��fSJ  ��>2i  O  m  H"i  m  <p>\r,i  >  Will  ��� w  m  \\\r.\  u  im  H'di  <^  ���I'ui  ?>&'         '  v'ki  Q  <  "Si  5��Jd  5��ai  <  CO  m  m\  VWF-.l  'P��l  ma  ��ai  m  Q  Eel  o  A\  M  I���I  i>  THE WYNKOOP-STEPHENS TRAD  First Street and Old Ironsides Avenue  SI  i>  ������������4  >  ���H  m  I���I  i>  !2j  o  LIMITED.  i  i-r  C.F,  &i  &  More  in the  l:  Than  da.ry ''  P:��i ^       ���  uf  Summ  J. A. pMUNSO.V, Prnprietor.       ��    ��     ��     ��     ��      Cor. Knob Mill Ave. and Eirst Street.  Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Dining Room in Connection.   - -  -   PHOENIX, B- C.  1 Last Sunday Murdock Mclntire,  an old resident of l'hoenix, returned  lrom a.fivfi' months' prospecting trip to  Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johns, of the I t]ie Similkameen. He is enthusiastic  Sunset mine, Deadwood camp, left on 'a|J0Ut the future of that section. While  Jast Wednesday's train on a short visit. t|K.re |,e mac]e several promising locate Oregon. jti,onsin Aspen Grove and other camjis,  Camp McKinney has been created j the samples showing copper glance of  a school district, the territory'included fine quality,  being a radius of three miles, tlie center  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  XOTICH.  Golden   Kaslo Miiu-rul Claim, situnte   ia    the  Keltic Kiver miniip^ division of Yale district.  Wliere located:���Greenwofxl camp,east and atl-  joiuing the Stemwinder mineral claim, Lot 558.  Take notice that i;-\V. K. Williams, of I'lioeuixi  11. C, I-'ree Miiper'.s Certificate Xo. H 29095 for mv-  self nnd as iigent for Donald I). Mann, l-'ree  Jliner's Certificate No. S654 A., Geo. A. Cox, Vree  Miner's Certificate No. ii 59895 and Donald A.  Cameron, FreeMiner's Certiiicate No. HJ966S, in-  tctul, sixty days 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 ciairn.  t Anil further take notice that action, under section 37, must he commenced before the issuance  of snca Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 15th day of September, A. IV, 19DO.  54 ' W. K. Williams.  Job Work Promptly Attended to.  l'hoenix street (Mark of l'ostofiice.   "%jrfl)  Plumbing  EtnEnriarj^CTOHEiixi  & Tinning  Phoenix, B, G  >.E  First Class in Kvtry Kospcct  Anicricaii aud lCuropcaii I'lan.1-  Lighted with Klcclricity  Heated will! Jiot Air  TEL  Table Board, $7 per Week.  E. WEEKS, Prop. PHOENIX, B. C.  5^  Jlgggll  isj^iiii?fe^8i3!giiS!s^S*:,  anq  IT  Ja...  &  Hats, Dry Goods, Boots'  and Shoes.  Come and look over our elegant  selection, just  arrived, o'  Imported  and  Domestic  Fancy    All-Wool ���"FliuiiK,f  Shirts and white   Dress   Shirts,   before   buying  ek'  .where.    Also the par excellent  Stetson   Hats���lanjts i  ,J?j  stock. i \>'iS^  We have a fine Hue of Carpets, to close   out  at   low prices  Shoes for Men and Boys, Ladies, Girls and Children at  Ik!5   5'  Rock Prices, and don't you forcret it. [   '  CHAS. SEARS,1 L >  Manac;kr.      L ^  R. L. MILES, Prop.  Under Metropolitan Hotel.  BattsSOc, 3.for $J.OO  ^Ti��I��2��2*^?^'  ����..��-..*: ���'.4'..��-.  Jieing the Cariboo mine.  Last Tuesday a Cooks and  AVaiters  Union was formed at C��reenwood, with  Harry Bell's  livery  stable  is  now t],e following temporary officers:   Pr-'?s-  .settled in the new bam on Knob -Hill | ident, L. Eucas; vice-prosident. I\I. M.  avenue, where he is prepared to serve ]jUngest;   seeretarv,     GeorKe    Howe.  all comers in good shape.  Smith Curtis, M. P. P. for Rossland  l'he secretary was instructed to notify  all cooks, waiters and kitchen   helpers  riding, was in the Boundary this week,  of the steps  taken,   and   the  meeting  on a visit to the Oro Denoro in Sum-1 was then adjourned until, next Tuesday  mit camp, in which he  is  largely   interested.  Contractors have been figuring this  week on grading Second street and  Knob Hill avenue, but nothing definite has yet been given out as to who  secured it.  night when a permanent  organization  will be effected.  Last Sunday the following party of  gentlemen gazed at the big ore bodies  in the mines of l'hoenix: J. S. C.  Fraser, manager of the Bank of Montreal at  Rossland;  AV.   H.   Aldridge,  * ���  WrHEN   you  have   a?  j Suit  or   Overcoat j  : made to order, you want-  : the best goods aud tlie |  I best fit that money can I  I buy-. You always get j  j that and nothing else of  ���  H.E.  Merchant Tailor...  Rough and  Dressed  Correspondence   Solicited  All orders will Receive Call Sill'}? PrOfllptly tO Alty POl'llt  Prompt Attention, ���  g^imziszrmt^mMxrarHimnvtwmtttmtitiiM  L  ^JE.,SPRAGGETT,  Telephone No. 10 A.   GRAND I-'ORKS, B.C.  7  IS THE TIME TO GET ON THE LIST  if you are interested   in  the second ship  ^1    ���        ���   ,;pinS" camP in British Columbia-Phoenix  The Phoenix Pioneer, published everv Saturday .morning at $2.00 per year, is the only publication in the province  that will give it to vou.    All kinds of "dough" accepted  The Town o:  ooasoao ooooRoooeoooocaooe eCxBtotton oooooeoooeoeaoeoe  1/  4  , ��  ^  3fr  #  j QUR NEW GOODS:  : ^^ ar�� beauties. Wei  : can SUIT 3'ou to your i  : satisfaction in the ehoic-:  ��� ' - +  : est fabrics made.    Come:  : in  and talk it over, and:  i examine our stock. 1  j .  : Dominion Avenue. :  1 PHOE.NJX, British Columbia.      |   DEALERS' IN   HAY, GRAIN, FEED, Etc.  All of our goods are now- arriving by rail to Phoenix aud we are, therefore, prepared to quote right  prices. No need to go to Greenwood or elsewhere.  Let us give you figures.    Wheat just received.  w    i   (A  In the Heart of Famous Greenwood Camp n,-Ca  Ai ,���   ,  -\-o  -M"H"$-pt-f+-��-������->-++  The Coming Rossland of  the Boundary Country i  l  250 PAeet from the Brooklyn Plant.  One-Half mile from the Ironsides and Knob Hill mine1  Railroad now being completed passes through the toM-  Centre of six of the most prominent mines in  the cut)  Boundary, all of which are producers.    Plenty of pure watt.  from lake on the property.  El     *"  o^H^  llOTHING, hats, boo  And .Eyerything Needeu In leu's and Women's Wear.  ���O-OOOO     ;  We also have a well stocked Millinery Department, and have a good line of Carpets, Etc.  We are Headquarters for Stetson's Fine Hats.  ���OO-OOO  Dominion Ave, near Postoffice, PHOENIX,  B. C.  For tiV, slight extra cost you  get more th^n its equivalent in-  better materials, extra wear, superior character and appearance.  We can show you a full line.  Half of them are the new styles  which have jt.st been received.  The other half is composed of  those "Stetson" "boss raw  edge" -soft hats v/hich have  made the makers famous. They  are always in style,  'That is the kind that pays.  That is lhe hind you want.  That is the kind WE DO.  DROP IX AXI) SK/.  MIC  .Air  >.fc'\SK*M#^                                                                      ^Hfi     T^V��       t  I'Wij 'w-Fj.jS-FS'fi-riiiHto    ,1.uy' (at   P     v      1 ^       a,     \   j      J ' 1     1 ,v\. 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