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 'I Ij"' !iih  .���������"/&���::.*������.���:���.  '������*V' '.���'*'     '"^'h-    ',  ���:y^4^>o$BSL.A  fi ;;. C  ��� ��� ' t  ��� More men are working ::  : in the mines of    : i  I      PHOENIX 1  ��� Than in all other houn- ���  ��� dary ramps combined. \  f ���������  !   lhe Pavrollof'    ' :  !-.   PHOENIX       j  j Is larger- than that of :  ��� any other Boundary ���  :   Camp.       7     .-..      -   :  y*V ���'���'.'Jlj-.M/iS. '  ' ���>'   '7' 7$7jfr  ���������-.    #��|7'r1  Devoted to the Interests of the Boundary Mining District.  Voi, I.  PHOENIX, BRITISH'.CQLUMHIA, SATURDAY,'SKI'TEMHKR 29, 1900.  ftTtHE  BIQ  STORE  HAVE PAID $10,090  No. 46.  Mountain View   Copper Co.  Meets Payment.  You can Buy Everything in the Line of  OVEB ONE MONTH  AHEAD OF TIME  Dry Goods,  Fancy and  Staple Hardware,  Paints,  Mining Supplies, Etc.  m  *M*  ���o*  M  Bead Is (or $25,009, and $5,000 Was Deposited  This Week In Onnd Forks���Property Is  Being Developed.  Our Prices Unequalled.  Our Goods Strictly First-Class  And Up-to-Date �� <�� <&  r Connected by both 'Phones to all parts of City and Country  20 PER CENT  fillip  REDUCTION  On All Dry Goods.  nit nuin-nnl (o., uei  OW Ironsides Ave., Phoenix, B.X.  California      >-<  Flannels   <��  Un4^i*weai*     ^  aa. Top Shitts...  Best for warmtnand durability  FtiU range now ifl-^w^  This week the money was deposited  in the Merchants Bank of Halifax,  Grand Forks, to meet a payment of  $5,000 on the bond on the Mountain  View mineral claim, located in Summit  camp. The payment, which is not  due* until November 1st, is thus  provided for over a month ahead of  time.  The Mountain View, which adjoins  the famous 13. C. mine (the latter now  shipping regularly at the rate of 2,060  tons of ore |>er month,) was bonded a  year ago by John Dorsey from Pat  Lyons and Louis Schieffle for $25,000.  The cash payments on the bond  amounted to.$1.0,000, and extended  over a year's time. They have now  all been provided for. The balance,  $15,000, is payable in stock or cash,  at.the option of the purchaser.  immediately on the signing of the  bond last October, Mr. Dorsey started  development work on the property, and  also began the organization of .i stock  company to'operate the claim. The  Mountain View Copper Co., Ltd., was  organized, with a capital .of $500,006,  in one dollar, shares, to take over the  property. Among the prominent  persons interested.in this company are  Pat Welch and Jack Stewart, the well  known railway cantractors; John C.  Scrafford," superintendent of the 13. C.  mine; G. Arthur Rendell, of Eholt;  V. Monnier, of Cascade:; John Dorsey,  and a number of others.  Messrs; Schieffle and'Lyons acquired j  the  Mountain View several years ago [  for a song, and did little assessment  work on it, they being content to let  the owners of the B. C.niine adjoining  prove the value of theniineral in that  locality....This,-as is well7knQwn,.l��a4i  .beeupdpne^  minmg Wprld: Some assert, even, that  the B.C. is one of 7 the biggest miiies  in the Boundary.- At any rate the  present owners paid over $300,000 for  it two years ago... 7 ���'���     ���  Before ".Mr.- Dorsey bonded the  Mountain View it had beeii bonded  for $10,000-to Geo. H. Collins, of  Greenwood, the present well known  manager of t h e Golden Crown.  Through some misapprehension this  bond was -allowed to lapse. When  the owner wished to bond it again the  price had risen to jja 5,000.  With the exception of a short time  last summer, development has been  going oh steadily'in the Mountain  View. Drifting was started from the  old prospect shaft, and the mines are  now in well mineralized rock, the work  being in charge of Mr. Scrafford. A  tunnel was also- driven about 80'feet  to strike the ledge. The property is  considered by those competent to judge  to be one of the coming mines of the  Boundary.  OREAT DEKAND FOR HOMES.  More Families Continually Moving Into  Phoenix; ���.; ^7'7':  A year ago tlier* was no small influx  of families to the thdii new town of  Phoenix and most of them were accommodated for the time being. This  last summer a number of new homes  have been built, biif ,tlie demand is  still greater than the supply.  "I could rent twenty- cottages  in a  few days," said L. C.7Crawford,  the  real estate and insurance agent, to a  Pioneer.;-.man   this ;week. ' "We are  having calls for fliree, four; and five  room houses every dayv and there are  none  to. supply'.' the "demand.    The  lialf a dozen   new*   residences to be  built some by the  Miner-Graves syndicate, have all been spoken .for,  and  several times that  number could be  quickly rented if they were to be had."  New families are '-continually, moving into Phoenix, and it  is  becoming  quite a problem  for them  to secui-c  some sort of houses.'   In addition, to  this there are quite a.-number now employed ; in Phoenix who would  bring j  their families here if they could secure  houses.- .-'.!���;  For anyone wishinga1 safe investment,  here is .1 golden opportunity. Lumber never was chea*)er in the Boundary  than it is' today, and a number of  medium sized cottages could be carily  rented at fair figures, to good tenants.  And the chances are that the demand  for houses will be even more keen as  winter conies on, as tiie forces at all  mines are sure to be increased.  MET AT GREENWOOD  Boundary Mine Managers And  C P;R. Officials.  DISCUSSED SHOBTAGE OF DUMP CARS  Railway It Miilaj Every Effort to Supply Cars  - ���And Haa IdONew does Udder Construe-  ��|0B.  Express Officials'lit Phoenix.  Yesterday several officials of the Do  minion Impress company visited Phoenix. .They we're: ��� VV.-.S. Stewart, of  Toronto, general manager of the company; G. Ford, of Winnipeg", superin-  eendent of tke western division, and  R. Helm, route agent for the company,  with headquarters 'at', Nelson. The  safe has arrived at the ,Phoenix depot,  and the officials ��� state^that, as'soon as  Mr. Marpole,:' superintendent of. the  Pacific division of the C.-P. R. can be  seen, the Phoenix office will be open  for business.    0  Domestic and Imported  Underwear From$��f<����$60p  -:o:-  ...WE HAVE LEFT...  GENTS'SU1TS-25  WHICH WE WILL SELL AT COST.  They run from $5*00 to $lo.oo a Suit  Passenger Trains to  Phoenix.  , TheC. P. K. is expecting to take off  the'Imperial .Limited 'on or about  October 15th. When this is done the  old schedule is expected to be resumed  on the Boundary railway, and at the  same time a passenger service arranged  from Eholt to Phoenix. The main  line trains will then probably also run  through to Midway, instead of stopping  over night at Greenwood, as heretofore. By the new arrangement the  east and west bound trains will probably pass at Eholt, as they did last  winter. The new schedule is expected  to take effect at midnight, of Saturday,  October 13th. '   '      ���  ��� Uhor Convention at Nelson.  A week from tomorrow, Wednesday,  October 3, there will 1>S held in Nelson  a convention of7 labor representati ves  from all portions of the Yale-Kootenay-  Cariboo district, says the Nelson Miner,  T.U?_^,R.\-erLt'PP-'S' caileiiilor 7the, pur-.  |%ise 'of selecting a candidate for the  Dominion house,-union laboring men,  to a great extent, being displeased with  the two candidates-now. in" the field.  The selection of the Nelson dele-  dates to this convention will bf made  at a meeting to be held in this city tomorrow evening. There has been an  effort made hereto prevent the Nelson  unions from participating, in the proposed convention buLwithout success.  Now, it is understood, renewed efforts  will be made to induce the Nelson delegates to the nominating convention,  whoever they may be, to fight in the  convention the proposal to nominate a  straight labor candidate and to bring  about adjournment, if possible, before  such nomination is made. Either to  do this, or endeavor to secure the en-  dorsation of the candidature of Mr.  W. A. Galliher.  Perfect printing punctually performed pleases particular people. This is  where the Pioneer shines.  Successful Thus Far;  The managers of the Phoenix Pres-  bycerian church this week have been  sending a circular to residents of Phoenix, explaining the plan of raising the  $2000 needed for construction of the  new church edifice. These have been  followed up by personal calls by Chairman Mills and Treasurer McKenzie.  They repoit good success thus far,  nearly every one approached having  subscribed something to the building  fund. Up to date several hundred  dollars have been pledged���all from  responsible persons. The plans for  the building are expected anytime from  the architect, but more subscriptions  will be needed before a contract is  let.  Monday and Tuesday last county  court was held at Greenwood, His  Honor, JudgoSpinks, presiding. The  long list of cases on the calendar made  it necessary to hold court an extra  day.  Thursday evening AV. R. Machines,  general freight agent of the C. P. R.  for lines west of Like Superior, and 1"'.  W. Peters, assistant general freight  agent at Nelson, B.C, were at Greenwood, in conference with a number of  Boundary mine managers in regard to  shortage of ore cars and some other  matters. Representing the mines were  W. Y. Williams, of the Old' Ironsides  and Knob Hill; Geo. H. Collins, ol  the Golden Crown, Frederick Keffer, of  the Mother Lode, and S. K. Parrish,  of the B. C. mine, and others.  Among other, subjects discussed was  the important one of the; supplying of  the dump cars needed for hauling the  .Boundary ore tonnage. Thus'far the  B..C.niine. and the Winnipeg have  been using box cars, aiid the recent  shipment' from the Mother Lode to  the smelter at. Greenwood was in the  same kind of cars. '*ne Golden  Crown and Miner-Graves ixrople have  been 'fortunate^in securing > regular ore  cars, but for the present, at least, there  is litttle chance of securing more of  them. ���   -.' ���'. ',''���'  Explanation was made by the railway officials that the heavy shipments  being made by  the Rossland mines  was utilizing the greater   part;-of. the  dump cars, but   100 new cars were in  course of construed no, and would  be  hurried to completion at the earliest  possible date.    Next week the  Miner-  Graves syndicate wish  to double  up  shipments of ore, increasing the daily  output from 300 to 600 tons.    It will  probably be necessary, for the time be  ing, lor the railway company to put  two crews on the ore train often cars  now running' between Phoenix and the  Granby smelter,,7and 7;runk:iiight' and  day;1\vjtli.'tl��e7teii'c^tM  are.available.' '-}7.-::,;.,��� 7      -'v;;/- ./...'";.'  ;. Th,e,fact,is that^.upito recently,  the  . C.~ P. R. officials have not; real ly 7 appreciated the immense ore tonnage  of  the Boundary that is   now   available.  But there is no mistake \ now   about  their being freely cognizant of it,  and  they making every preparation to meet  the   emergency.    With   the Mother  Lode, the H..C, the Golden  Crown,  Winnipeg and   Athelstan  and other  big Phoenix mines shipping steadily to  ORGANIZED COOKS AND  WAITERS UNION  Organizer, Rionlan Officiated  Last   Monday  . 7 N��iW."-  List Mrnday evening the hotel help  of Phoenix met at Miners' Union hall  and formed an organization. District  OrganizePJohn; Riordan was present  and officiated at the formation of the  new union. The officers chosen for  the first term were: President, Chas.  S. Thompson; vice-president, Thomas  Lawrence; secretary, Paul Taeyffer;  treasurer, Miss Georgia Calhoun;  guardian, Jack Hamilton; conductor.  Martin Jleckett; trustees, Wm. Til ton,  J. V. Krcger and C. S, Thompson.  .���.-''Theorganization is known as the  White Cooks and Waiters Union of  Phoenix, and starts out under favorable  auspices with a membership of 24, and  a number of others about to join.  Regular weekly meetings will lie held  every Monday evening at Miners' Union hall, at 8:30.  DOUBLING SHIPMENT  At Once From Old Ironsides  And Knob Hill.  STEAM UP IN   NEW   COMPRESSOR  Six Hoodretf Tom of Ore to le Seat Oat fnta  Phoealx Camp Hereafter, Instead ���! Tame  Hundred Dally.  Shows An Ealerprisinj Commwrtly.  Rev. T. DeWitt Talmagc sagely  obsetves that .'"a.-, newspaper whose  columns overflow with advertisements  of business men has more influence in  attracting attention than any other  agency that can be employed. People  go where tliere is business. Capital  and labor will locate where there is an  enterprising community; No power  on earth i.s so strong to build up a  town as a newspaper, well patronized,  and its |>ower should l>e apprcciated."  Blf Miaeral Exhibit.  Superintendent L. K. Armstrong of  the mining department of the Spokane  Industrial .'Exposition, which opens in  Spokane on the 2nd ofne^t month, is  very enthusiastic over the splendid display of minerals which  will  be made  this yean   It is evident the tent which  will be given to this .department''"will  be crowded to its utmost capacity, and  perhaps it will be necessary to do  in  this department as is being done in the  agricultural department-���get a second  tent as large as the first to accommodate  the exhibits.    Many camps which were  not represented last year will have good  exhibits this time and almost all those  which were present at former fairs will  be there with better displays this time.  OnThcQoldea Crown.  7 Geo. H., Collins,  manager -of ''the  .Goldeji7^  of lack c^caw^'t  'shipped, from the'mine in the last ten  days. A'new shaft ha's7;liien started  close to the Winm-ieg; lfne, whence  some good ore running between $20  and $30 to the ton, has been sent out.  This is close to the -point from where  the,Winnipeg has sent out a number of  cars of excellent ore.  Arrangements have been making to  double up the daily shipments front  the Miner-Graves syndicate proi^lies-  in Phoenix camp, beginning October  1 st (tomorrow), although it may take a  day or two more to get the new*  schedule inaugurated. This means  also that the second fur.nace of the  Granby smelter at Grand'-'Fork*,' will  be blown in at once.      ->7 ,;.  For a number of days a force of  mechanics has been at work putting  the new Knob Hill and Grey Kagli.*  air coriipresser together/and yesterday  steam was gotteii up in it for llie first  time. This will give the Miner-Graves  syndicate a total of 20 air drills, with  .which,to continue development, and  break down and hoist the 606 tons  daily, needed to keep the sj'ndicate'&  smelter going steadily.  Have Shipped t7,(��To��s.  Shipments of ore from these proper-  tics first began on the nth of July at  the rate of five cais, or7150 tons, daily.  This rate was kept up7'.steadily, till  August 24th, when the 7 output; w as  doubled to 10 cars, or; 300 tons, every  24 hours. 'J'he:Io-car daily rate ha*  been continued without break or intermission to the present,7.ivhen7 the  output is' again to be doubled to 20  Carsj or 600 tons, \xr day. -.  Altogether, up to tonight, ;the shipments irom the Miner-Graves syndicate pro*>ertie.s here aggregate 590 carv  of ore, or about 17,700 ton* ; About  half of, this amount came frorw the  Old Ironsides mine, one-citiarter from  the Victoria and one-quarter..; from the  K.nob Hill mines. . In another month,  at the rate of 600 tons daily the ore ship-  jnentsi.frb'm. the big produMrs7*wilt have  iit-itast" dpubieiiSj A}yyyw%$Ay  the various smelters, it will require a  large number of dumps cars constantly  not to keep the mines waiting. The  C. P. R. has been enterprising in building spurs to the.mines and will doubtless be no less so in supplying rolling  stock to take the ore away.  Mother Lode is' Shipping.  Shipments have been started, from  the Mother Lode mine, in Deadwood  camp. The first four cars were sent  down to the company's smelter at  Greenwood on Thursday. It is the  intention to ship 15,000 tons of ore  to the reduction works as soon as possible, not only to get an ore reserve at  the smelter, but to make room for more  ore in the big ore bins and for devel  opment in the mine proper.  Athelstaa Shipped Four Cars.  The Athelstan, in Wellington camp,  is steadily hauling ore to the Winnipeg,  and the management hope shortly to  ship at the rate of a car daily. This  last week four cars have been sent out,  part to the Granby smelter and part  to the Trail smelter. The contract  for hauling 1,000 tons to the railway i.s  now being carried out. Superintendent Oxley has thenewboardinghou.se  in good running order, and development is steadily progressing.   9  Real Estate and Mines.  Agent for the Phoenix Assurance Co., of London, England;  The Western Assurance Co., of Toronto;  ���7 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.  w  Residence Lots on 4th of July mineral claim now  on sale:   Price $250���easy terms.  Office? Kstofe Hill Ave. and Fi-rst Steed:,  Prizes Gained at Paris.  The result of the Canadian exhibits  at the   Paris   Exposition  has' proved  most gratifying.    The   Dominion  received   13  grand   prizes,  as   follows:  Primary, secondary and superior  education; plans of public  works,  experimental farms, cereals,   dairy   produce,  fruits, minerals, furs,  fisheries,   metallurgy and forestry.    The  province   of  Quebec exhibits  received   four  grand  prizes, as follows:    Primary education,  cereals, dairy produce and   minerals.  The province of Nova Scotia  received  two prizes, as follows:    Minerals  and  cereals.    Manitoba received one grand  piize for cereals and British Columbia  one for minerals.  Columbia Telephone, No, :i.  Phoenix, B. C.  About That Wagon Road.  No definite information seems to be  available in regard to when active work  will begin on tiie,new wagon road from  Phoenix to Summit camp. Government Agent McMynn, of Greenwood,  says that F. D. Gambler, the government engineer, is now up the West  Fork on a similar mission, and is expected to visit Phoenix today. If some  one does not wake up, the road will  have to be built in deep snow, and  foot warmers will be needed.  Geo. E. Dey will o*>en up his jewelry and watch repairing establishment  in the Graves-Williams building next  Monday.  C. C. Bailey, of Sherbrooke, Que.,  was a pleased visitor to Phoenix this  week. He is a stockholder in the Old  Ironsides, Granby, Knob Hill, War  Eagle and Buckhorn.  James Anderson and W. J. Morrison, officials of the Athelstan mine,  were in town yesterday, with a view to  making investments.  In Boundary Mines.  Drifting to the east from the 166-  foot level of the. War Eagle, to strike  the ore body, is being continued.  Tne railway tunnel in the Snowshoe  is now in 360 feet. Preparations are  lieing made to put in a steam hoist at  the winze in this tunnel.  The statement has been current that  the Buckhorn, in Deadwood camp;  had closed down. This is not the fact,  as a small force of men is still at work  there.  The Old Ironsides now has the deepest shaft in the Boundary���over 400  leet. The Mother Lode management  proposes to sink the present 325 loot  shaft to the 500 foot level.  Hugh Sutherland, managing director of the Dominion Copper company,  owning the Brooklyn, Stemwinder and  other well known properties in Phoenix  camp, is expected here shortly.  It has been freely rumored this week  that a fine body of ore was encountered this week by the diamond drill, on  the 3oo-foot level, in the Victoria. At  the oClce of the company, however, no  statement could be had in regard to  the matter.  Two weeks ago snow sheds were  built over the Old Ironside ore bunkers, and last week the Victoria bunkers were treated the same way. The  same will be done to the Knob Hill  bins, as well as to the tramways leading to all the different bunkers. The  management does not intend to have  the least delay, on their part, on account of the beautiful.  A meeting of the Pathfinder company i.s being advertised for Monday,  October 15 th, for the purpose of considering a proposition to sell part or all  of the assets of the company. It is understood that the last work done on  the pro[>erty required considerable advances, and if the deal for a sale,  which is reported to be on foot, does  not go through, some arrangement.*;  will be made at the meeting to secure  the creditors of the company and proceed with operations.  No Better Chance ����� Ad��ertl��e. .  ���'-���' The S|>okahe fruit fairs7 and exi>6si-  tions have been a great benefit to; the  Inland Empire. There can lie no denying this. Thecountry is advertised,  its wonderful recources are shown , to  our own peoule and to the world at  large, and the exhibitors are given an  opportunity to compare notes and to  witness the results of experiments  which have been made by each other.  For the nifiieFthere is no better chance  to advertise his prosjiect, his mine and  his ore. Therefore the people of Spokane may exj)ect to see thousands of  visitors next Tuesday when the Royal  Marine Band of Italy marches down  Riverside avenue and the exposition is  formally ojiened.  Phoenix General Hospital.  Efforts are being made to get at the '  work of building the Phoenix   General  1 lospital as soon as possible, but nothing can be done till   itis  known   to  what extehFthe government will assist.  This information is  now being ascertained.   The Miner-Graves  syndicate  has subscribed $250, the -Dominium  Copper    Co.   $250,   the    Snowshoe,  management, $250 andA. C. Flumerfelt $100.    It is alf�� ex-jected that the-  War Eagle, Winnipeg, Golden Crown,  B. C. mine and  other mines will   be  glad to subscribe to the erection  of..a  first-class,- well cquip-Kid general  hospital  in Phoenix.  Tom Thumb to Ship.  ���The Tom Thumb mine at Republic is preparing to make an exjieri-  mental shipment of several tons of ore  to the smelter at Grand Forks, and the  Record at that place is authority for  the statement that if this proves a success regular daily shipments wjll be  commenced. The Tom Thumb is one  of the best develojied properties in the  "North hind" and has enormous ore  bodies blocked out. I'he lead hai  been proven much larger than any one  had ever e.\|)ected and when the railway between Republic and Grand  Forks is built, it will be in shape to  make continuous and heavy shiprjeots.  OoUcn Eagle Shlppl*-*.  The Golden Eagle, which made a  trial shipment to the Granby smelter  some couple of weeks since, has made-  such a good showing that the management has decided to send down considerable more ore. Four additional  cars of fine quartz have already been  sent down and it is thought ;i  couple of hundred tons more will l>e  ship|>ed before many weeks.���Grand  Forks Gazette.  BRIEF BUT IMPORTANT.  The bubonic plague has a foothold  in Glasgow.  The C. P. R. steamer >felson was  wrecked at Midge creek on Kootenay  lake a few days ago���no lives lost.  I^jru Roberts sails for England O:-  tober 3rd, and will leave 20,000 troops  to do police duty in the Transvaal.  Ayi. y.  i';;S-  ��� :f!&l'"P'  ���$"k.  ��77-  ���i:WWi  .'>'?'��'. �����:���<;��*"  ���'ItiJfi  lilil  ?":!;-. f'  :^|];'77l  7||l'7-'l  ;7.f;|.  .A ;P3*  ���i'V.rt >'?,      ''  -.  "/;ji;'.''4..  ������iN-".k!57  .-���*:;���,?>*.��� -J*','  i'iii^k    .,  '��� ���������'��"��'���'!'.' *'|  .:"7r;H I,-'  .���?$������! '���.-���:'  mm  aMa.  '7!fi77:  ��v.i i;y  4tef  Y-yy  i-y.;AA\  yi.A  mm  : iyym  '������^WMw,  -HI  y, !7v'7i  ���AIAA--,,  mtyk  ���;iy?,S': *v'-:  ; 7 ;l��f;,::.:;  ;o>'iv-<'  "Y$A-  , $';������'"���$���: ���  ���:W  ZyA:  l'A''; 7'  f*7 '  ,;.;v; i'-n*1  IN1'  si5'i  rrt'l' ,  -   'uf  TJHE PHOENIX PIONEER.  av  The Phoenix Pioneer;  l>M Ml O'   ���ATVItllAV #Y TDK  I'JOXEEJlPI HLISHINU CO.  a- rnoits'xi u. c.  (The ji!���� where Ihr miti<r�� ��rv.)  w. 3. Wit-Lcox. ryidNACLR.  Culmrliia rele-phonc. No. in.  \rrnoiifc. Ni.Ii.uii Telephone, *>"<������ ",���  si nsck"i'r.m.NS. '       "  J'er \rnr ....���'..,....,....;....,.....'..,.;....fi;oo  fri��. Moiitlu  ...:;........ ,~.,... i.JS  lo lordi.HCountries  s..w  If vou are net �� Mibscri'icr lo tills pnper, tills  it iu unit itionto \cu to .become one.  go by fits and starts.    Tlu-v ���aresteadv I  as clockwork, and inhere isany-change  they grow larger.  AdvirtwuiE rulrs tiirnln'ieil ou ftpplicatiou.  /Legal lichees 10 (iml 5cents per line.'  ionru-eckl> tiirttrtiouti constitute one month's  tithct lining  Opportunity presents itself for ]\'ir-  ticularly good investment in residences  just now. The'demand is much greater  than the supply, and is likely to continue so. An investment of this kind  is sure to pay big interest on the  money. '  IW    SEPTEMBER    J 900  Sun    Mon   Tues   Wed    Thu     Prl     Sat  2  ��� 3  4  *5  6  7  9  'JO  ii  12  13  H  16^  ' 1  iS  .ID.  20'  21-  23  H  25,  26/  27",  2$  *****  I  s  ���-5  ,22  129  There seems to be a well defined  rumor current that the Do mini on "elections will be held on or about November 5th. The American elections will  occur November 6th, so that there will  be all kinds of voting going on during  the fust week in November.  Phoenix Ledge No. 28,  Kttigbts of PylMss.  .Meets every Tuesday night  r.t 8 |>.m., Mlncni' Union.Hull.  ������-��������� Vialijiig. iiretlirei" welcome.  I.. C CKAW'l'dUlt, K, K. S,  }. A. Cl.AKK, C. C  MATHESON.  S. C.IVI.KV. W.ll. COfHKANi:  CAYLEY & COCHRANE,  Somcitou's, Etc.  ,.'    ;i! <\ <������ ii 'i. i'f.  7    PHOENIX, B. C.  ALDHAH & BLUNT,  Ml.VK .SOKVKYORS,  AND DkAUUllTSMKNi,  Piioknix, B. C.  NNEs,  ,...;)_NSUKAN'CK AQKNT,.'.;,.'.-,'  I'IKK,. l.ltl^ACCIDI'NT.  CoiimiLsMiiiici' fur UkUuu AUMiivlts.  l'HOKNIX, 15.  Pennsylvania's gie.it coal strike is  forcing the ]>rice of that necdlul commodity to prohibitive figuies. The  stiikers, it is asserted, receive an aver  age of no cents per day. It is any  wonder they aie dissatisfied ? Aibitia-  tion should be compulsoiy in matteis  that have such a Jai leaching effect.  R. B. KERR,  Baukisikr and Souciior,  NOl'AKY 1'UHI IC.  PHOENIX, B.C.  A. E. ASHCROFT,  MIN1NO AND CiVII. i:\C.INI.i:iC  I'KOVIKUAI. LAND .SURV1.YOK.  AKERY  SLINNfcMcCAGUE,  i'KOl'KIKT'OKS.  Bread, Cakes, Pies, Etc., Fresh Daily.  IRONSIDES ADDITION, PHOENIX, B. C. ,  1-kkk Dkuvkky.  Q-*><>i>0-<>*CH>0-*C^^  " PHOENIX  The.Pioneer-.  ���Butchers  ���e��.  Or the Camp.     ,,,  ',-'.-     ''.*',���  , We handle all Kinds of Beef, .Pork, Aluttbtiaiul Veal.  Also Fish, Poultry'andOystersin season.  Your Trade Solicited.    Our Prices Are itight.  Oldhonsides Ave.        PHOENIX, B C  3REWBRv| Befl?s  IMety, Fe&d accl Sale  iiAiiru & ashcroit,  VANCOUVKK, II. C.  GREENWOOD, B. C  CODS OF MINE SIO.NALS.  In another column  will  be found  . tthe proposed code of mining  signals,  which was submitted by the provincial  ��� authorities to Phoenix Miners' Union  and other like organizations.    It has  generally  been   approved of by the  <   mine workers throughout the province,  .and will probably be adopted substantially as here given.  The idea of having a uniform code  of signals -for use in mines is a most  commendable one from every point,of  view.   The code proposed is in use in  jthe state ol Montana, and is woik ing  jvith much satisfaction to all concerned.  Miners,,as a class, come and go, being  ���here today and elsewhere tomoriow.  If tl\e qode of signals, for*' deep  working mines is made uniform,'tinoughout  .the wasf, that fact will reduce to the  ftninii-nqm the probability of accidents  /���org misunderstood  signals, and the  {loss fif 'life often attendant in  such  xases. ,      '>  Members ofiMiners' Unions through-  - .nut (he province look upon die plan  .of adopting uniform signals with much  il'avor, and, the employers will be found  to agree to any,plan that' better^ systematizes the.worli'of the mine and'at  t,he same time is likely to prevent accidents. '-It was a, happy thought tct  bring tip this important but heretofore  > .overlooked matter. ���. *    ' r *  The new office ot Surveyor of Provincial'Paxes and Inspector'of Provincial Revenue, cieated by the  government during the late   session,  has been filled by the 'appointment  ol    Mi.   J. B.   McKillignn,   of Victoria. 0+++++++++++++++++^++++  The appointment is conceded to be a  good one.  scon & McLaren,  CONTRACIOUS AN'D Buil.PHRS  Esn.MAii:s FuKNisui-.n.  PHOENIX  JUUUS MUELLER, Prophik-ior.  I!. C,  Theic is iittle danger of .either Candidate Calliher or Candidate MncNci'll  stumping this .little constituency of  "neaily 200,000 scpiare miles veiy  closely. Uowcvei, they will juobably  visit the larger towns in Yalc-Cniiboo-  Kootenay and piesent the issues of the  campaign. - c.  Phoenix flevrs Co.  J. F.WALKER &C0.  An e.\chni)g.eremai ks that the reason  the government is so slow about getting  at the public works piomised, is thai  they piefer to do the 'work in winter,  so there wiil'be no danger of sunslrtke.  Pet haps there is something in this.  Certainly no reasonable explanation is  yet forthcoming.    ,  A SiQN THAT IS SIRE.  Some consider it a little remarkable  that Phoenix should be held on the  outside in such "high esteem universally  as a coming mining point of large importance. But thoughtful peisons are  not surpiised at this. No other camp  in the piovince can, show daily shipments of 600 tons of oie within a year  or two of thetfoundation of the town.  Keep your eye on Phoenix.  * Here is. "a'-jure "sign.. The treight  department ;qX the, C, P. R. reports  .that Boundary business is"incrcasing,  > > and*that the-increase is in 'merchandise and :orc! The further statement  . is madfe-that the iequirements o.f the  .Granby smelter ia the way of coke are  .also materiajly- assisting/ in enlarging  the tonnageL of the big railway cor-  Dpration...      \.K '''���������.  When the railway was first built���a  year ago���the,company did a big business on incoming freight as well as in  ^passenger traffic,   New businesses were  ���   opening up in every, town  along  the  .line, trade-was booming and-the  merchants  generally stocked up- to* the  ���limit.   All this made an immense tonnage for the railway company!, 'l'hen  came tlie���reacti��n.    Business in general fell off, and! the railway's business,  ���both -freight and jiassenger, decreased  ,to 'a' large  extent ** This   lasted for  .several  months, and now   a distinct  improvement is again felt. -  In the meantime development of  our big mines���the greatest' of which  are right in the heart of Phoeniv���has  ,ieenstCi-d%gpij-*OB%and the shipping era has -now started ia earnest  For several weeks ore has been going  out over the Phoenix spur at the rate  of from 12,000 to 15,000 tons a month.  Now that the-new Knob Hill oompres-  .sor has started and more ore can" be  sloped, llsis"*amount will b�� 'increased  -to over 20,060 tons moiixhly.  The tonnage of the- railway company is now outward largely and consists of ore. This tonnage is steadily  ^increasing. It is a sure sign that good  times are gradually coming again to the  Jknmdary. The C. P. R. officials are  Aware cf this and are preparing for the  increased business expected for this  fall and winter. When the other two  Boundary smelters are started, there  ,, v, ill be quite an immediate increase in  .to the ore hauling. '  , "The full dinner pail" is ^the' shibboleth of the lepublicans in the Air.c -  ican" presidential campaign, and it is  intended to catch the labor vote'.    The  theory is that Mr. McKinley is responsible for the good times that have  prevailed. Is he also responsible for  the labor troubles, now springing up  at this, critical time? Close observers  seem to think that, while McKinley  will be elected, the contest will be  much closer than Mas at fust anticipat  ed.    *  livery thing in stock that  should be found in an Up-to-  date News and Stationeiy  establishment.  Daily Papers,  Magazines,  Books;  Stationery,  Pipes, '  Tobaccos and 5  Cigars. 5  DOMINION AVENUE  |  Phoenix,, B. C. |  Agts. for Spokesman-Review    ���  +�����������������������-������������+�����>++++++����������������+���  i  PHOENIX  BAKERY.  C. \W Greer, Propr.,  Is making Liglit, Sweet nnd Wholcfiome  llren'l. l'rencli, Kje or Urahniu. I.eaie  jour orders at Hie  SHOP:  PHOENIX STREET,  REAR MORRIN & THOMPSON,  PHOENIX, B. C.    '     '  Extffa Fine  LAGER BEER  r  Patronize home Industry and  drink Phoenix Beer.  Cor. Standard Avenue and Banner, Street.  PHOENIX, B. C.  y<xxxyoo<  4* St&feles������'.��&  HARRY BELL, 1'Koi'KiKTOK.  _* Good Saddle,  Pack and Driving Horses.    Heavy Drayin��. jl  Charges Reasonable.  KNOB HILL AVE, PHOENIX, B. C.  i P. Bums & Co  l'HOENIX   I  MARKET,   t  1IKAI) OiriCK.KOR IIOUNnARV eRr.KKTrwTKKNW'OOn, II. c.  iii'ai;(.>imiui:r*-, NKI.SON, II. c.  6  !  PHOENIX LAUNDRY.      ^  ���LAWRENCE & WATSON, Props.  Specialty of White Shirts.  GOOD CALLCD FOR  AND DELIVERED.  Best of work guaranteed.  Basement Miller Blk., Dominion A v.  HOTEL UNION  Cor. Dominion Ave. and Banner SI-  PHOENIX, B.C.,  (Opposite Miners' Union Hall)  This Hotel is Hard Finished IBar Furnished with the Fin-  Conveniently Arranged.     | est of Goods.  Graham & Prendergast, Props.  j .,.. 1 ofesafe ti M M Badft-I  2 Market-! at Nelson, Kaslo, Three Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,        *  J SiKerton, New llenver, Ymip} Salmo, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,"   -'������'���  ��� (.uind hoiks, (ireenwood.Midwav, Niagara and Phoenix                  I  I FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY IN SEASON,  t  All orders receive prompt attention.  8:  VICTORIA HOUSE  �����.....��.....,.......,.,........^.......,. ��...,.��^M��  j Leading Hotel of Phoenix i  <��� Everything First Class; Electric Lighted, Electric  Bells, Free Sample Rooms, Finest Liquors and  Cigars. ;���;' a : ��� .-Y^Y ''��� ":���:''.;. ������ ��� -;'��� - ���'I: ..  '<��� '     7 7     !-��� .'C.^HO'rai/'cb-'-LTb^'pidps.  ' .;...'���..; ���������..!f-;' J* ^l^KWAN, Managkr.  7 v  Old Ironsides,Avenue,!   -7-7 ^PHOENIX, B.-'G.'  i=4  WHAT THE EDITORS SAY.  Advertising costs, money, but it  makes more money to pay the bills.���  I** r  ix.    -  A millionaire ex-printer has been  discovered' ip the Boundary district.  There is still hope.���Lardeau Eagle. -  Without printer's ink the woild  would not know much. It is also a  -great cure for financial depression when  taken regularly in large doses.���New  Denver Ledjie.   ���  ; - In an editorial the Bolster Drill says  "Mining legislation .should have  min  ing men to promote it.*  it; we.have said so all  Loomis Prospector.  That's just  the time.���  That terrible tornado which devastated Galveston seems to have swept  north to Chicago, called at Detroit,  p.-issed through-the great lakes, and  then i;ot ofTat Buffalo.���Province  II. I' PALOnCIA.  Phoenix Shoe Shop.  All Work Guaranteed.   Imported Goods.'  TINE HOOTS AND SHOES MADE TO  ORDER.  I  PRACTICAL , MINERS'  AND   TROS-  l'KCCOKS' SHOES   A SFJECIAL'IY.  Corner Phoenix St. and Brooklyn Ave.  Mrs, Wm, Delahay  Fashionable Dressmaking  "Carpets and Linoleums S.  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  v      'the finest to the cheapest.  CLARK & BiNNS,  Furniture, Carpets and Undertaking,  ^ OLD IRONSIDES AVE. - - PHOENIX, B.   C _  Phoenix  DOMINION AVE., PHOENIX, B. C.  )  BELLEVUE  se  (Ties  N  .air  fr.  ���ton 0  . ���---,  ,��� w. A aVdp  The Pioneer Hotel.    v^  "      1_II)%S  Finest Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars always in Stock '   W#*  Comfortable and well Furnished Rooms. %&tl  First-Class Dining Itooni and Attentive ���Waitci-s.      I^flK  HARRY NASH, Prop.   V  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.        :       :        ���  EDWARD SIMPSON, Prop.  The great powers have decided that  China mast be dismembered. If they  would start in and dismember a few of  those Boxers there might be more of a  certainty about tiie land-grabbing business.���Industrial World.  EDITORIAL COMMENTS.  ���'High jinks" will prevail on press  day at the Spokane Exposition. They  ���B-ili doubtless be pretty high.  'An effort i.s being made in Rossland  to bring out a labor candidate to contest Yale-Cariboo, and with this object  a convention will probably be called.  With the prob'abilityof almost certain  defeat it would be impolitic for organized labor to place a candidate in the  field.���Greenwood Miner. *  Residence, opposite Mandel  & Murphy's livery stable.  Dominion Ave,  % I-OK A SQUARK  .aitiALGOTO.... ---  <'\l  ^Premier Laur'er opened the Do-  'JBimloti glectiorj campaign at Montreal  ilast week.. It will be warm, es]>ecia51y  in the east, fiom now .on.       ,  It is now pretty generally understood  as was intimated in The \Vbrld some  days ago, that the general elections  will be ever by the end of the first week  jn November, the date of polling being about the sixth day of 'November.  In political circles everywheie the  greatest activity prevails and by the  end of this month both factions will be  fully prepgred tor the day of battle.���  Vancouver World.  Fine Wines, Liquors  and Cigars.  C. W. Thompson & Co.  PROJ'RIKTOKS.  Meals at All Hours.  The Best the Market   Affords  Cbvrcb Services.  Presbvtkriax.���Divine service ev-  j ery Sunday ,it 11 a.m. and 7-.J0 o'clock,  There h one thins about the ore Ironsides   time,  in  the schoolhouse  jjfbiymeuts from l'hoenix���they do not' Everbody cordially invited,  lie Drill folifa iotele lipr (epy? liM.  R. GREIGER, Manager.  AGENTS FOR   ry ~, __�� ^     D,  F^alDst Beer  Complete line ofllnr liupplitt.  ....GREENWOOD, B. C   Phoenix Stage Line.  Makes Two Round Trips Daily Between Phoenix  and Greenwood.  Leaves Phoenix at 7.45 a. m. and 1,30 p. ni.   Phoenix Time.  Leaves Greenwood at 9:00 a. m. and 4:00 p.m.  Greenwood Time.  ! 5|ro  Story  ��  AND IT'S WORTH READING  The Job Department of the Pioneer  is not claimed to be the largest nor the'  most extensive iu British Columbia. It  is, nevertheless, one of the best appointed  establishments iu this section, aud no  establishment can or does turn out a better quality of work in the line of printed  matter of all kinds.  In short, no better work was ever done  since the world 'began. That's why we  think we're entitled to your orders.  Mining work a specialty.  i Dominion   Avenue, * -A-n    . .     ��.  <r                                      * * ^Dominion Avenue,  I        Phoenix, 5. C. % ^        ^   _^_  PHOENIX, B.C.  1   ' ���      ���    ,        > II   .  '     ���'.,"���   J      I/'   '���       ���  ..-^-;.  1 't.     ���   "  |f"     '-.  ���ii-  ,i�� ;���'���������*  1 , "c  ti"*-!* v. AA?��?Yf<i&$i$  THE   PHOENIX    PIONEER.  I) M I.I. I'I {f.  irhajss your  rttention has beeiS'  dirtied to the     .....  icacions results from  [ourishment derived from  lhe goods displayed (in- our  Siow windows.  I '        ''    ���' '<'&'������<''''  [Special Attention Paid  to Prescriptions.  ��� '���' "ooo:    ���  hMm i Eo.  DRUGGISTS.-   v   7.  NlK"t  Hell. -'f������'������'.'  Vcrtiou & JCcUoii Telephone 17.  �����������������**���*������������*��**'  *������������*����*  FROM FAR AND NEAR.  *  :  ������*����**����������������������*�������������������***��  -."ranlirook is (to be lighted by dec-  fc'ity at; oiice. ' .���,."'  KasloMs enforceing the, law regard-  signs projecting over ivalks;  phas. A. AlcClung, returned ���Satur-  from-a business trip to Rossland.  jj'he Japanese cbnshl to British Co-  fbia has been making a (our of the  jjnee. ������.,..'.*'���  [he provincial fair.will  be held  at  Westminster next week, Oct. 2, 3,  |d5.  |yphoid fever cases arc .developing  IKossland, attributed to impure  tr from wells.  Libert Wcstfall, a miner, was killed  jie War Eagle- jniiie,, Rossland, a  [days ago.    He was:, struck by the  ie family of E.  C.  Keith,  who  ed from  Buckley,   H'ash:,  a  few  ago,  will  make their7 home  in  mix. '':������'���'.������������������,'"      '',''���"  obcrt Fisher, manager of the AIcx-  ria coal mine, lie'ar Victoria,  and  men were killed in a railroad .col*  ii recently. . -,   '���;v:-.'...',.'->.v.--.-   7-  early 300 Scotch men, from the colics of their native land,  arc  to  be  tight to British ���Columbia', to  take  i,'place of Chinamen   in the Duns-  ir mines. .:���  racklaying on the  Balfour exten-  7017the Crow's Nest has been com-  ���T|if|fed and connection, is  now  niade  jn^Nelsoiiwitli' 'the Sjiokanc Falls  at^^fprthern.'^";'-'-.^^ :'  3||si^B'governiiieht is closing ��� up the  fM'ft^u^s which have ' been making  . Jir��|i^7siibject.si6ut - of newly-afiived:  been one of those rushes to which - we  have been accustomed in the west.  lint work has been going on <|iiietly  and regularly there and every steamer  brings in a consignment of the yellow  dust that all the world is eagerly in  quest of.  'A prominent mining man.in the interior says he proposes to mine, ship  and treat ore worth from $5 a ton up.  If he proves to the world that this can  be done in the interior of the province  the day when he commences op.'rations  will be one of the most important in  the history of. British Columbia. He  says: "We must make copper at a  cost of 5 cents per pound, ajid to do  so we will have to overco.ne' the long  and .expensive haul to New York and  therakcioffs connected with the handling of copper./ Our next step, is to  build our own refinery, and I intend to  start at this work and keep it going  until'Britisli,G6Iurnbin is put in shape  to compete with the world." The importance of'this statement is known to  all who Ifnive knowledge of the conditions in- British Columbia. There are  said to be quantities of ore almost beyond human computation which would  never be more than waste under the  conditions which at '.���present prevail,  but which with the advent of cheaper  methods-of treatment will add vastly  to the stores of wealth of the world.  There never was any doubt that the  day of low grade ores would come���it  lias been drawing lfnearer by slow  degrees���but few had any idea that it  wasso close at hand.  Then there arc deposits of iron ore  which are beginning to attract the at-  tentiou of the world, iron enters so  largely'into almost all the works of  man these days that .if- may fairly be  said to lie king of metals.. Tiie product of the world is increasing by millions of tons yearly, and still the manufacturers shout for" more. ; They are  said to be running short of this great  necessity of .the-industrial, .world in  some parts, of Europe and to be looking moie and more. to America for  their supplies with each   passing year.  Should ������know-when  place in the shaft,  provided to" notify  was finished.    A si]  ���vr  'lasting was taking  A signal should be  them when firing  jnal,    10 bells, was  m  a&l  A Vancouver notary is in trou-  jTrer the matter,       7 7  e Kootenay Railway &: Naviga-  C'nnijiany's new steamer has been  essfully launched  from  the com-  iy's shipyards, and  is  iiow  receiv-  the' finishing   touches.    She has  n named the Kaslo and  promises  be the fastest  craft on  Kootenay  "*c*  ';:'���    ' %< '  3TICE TO DFXINQUENT CO-OWNERS.  w Law Is Already Being Taken Advantage  Of.,  The following advertisement which  ���pears- in the current issue ot the  Ivertonian of Silverton in the Slocan,  quoted as one of the first notices ad-  rtised by authority of the new clause  the Mineral Law Amendment Act  last session, which was passed at the  [stance of many, mining men. 'The  verti'sement shows an aggrieved  rtner's "modus operandi" so lar as  a\ advertising is concerned, and rims  us:     -''���...  Notice to Delinquent Co-Owner.  To James Andcrsbn:    You are here-  notified that   we7 have  expended  Jrie Hundred  Dollars  in  labor and  :*ists!.Proveincn-s upon the Oakland Min-  1 Claim on Four-Mile Creek in the  an MiningDivieion,located 'on'the  ;h day of August, 1896, and rccord-  * t the Record Office of said   divis-  011 the  12th day of September,  ��� V��6' m order to ������old sa'J claim  un-  'i'Wtjt the provisions of the Mineral Act,  '������Sing tlle amo,,n- "-quired to hold the  ^NflStfor t,,e **car endi"S September  th, 1900.    And if within ninety days  ares,m tlle datc o{ tllis notice you fall or  l$%Jffi>SC l0 c0,'triuu-c )'our 1>- (portion of  "'"'Ijfr--* expenditure together with all cost  ^^advertising,  your interest  in  said  ���lini will become the property of the  ihscrihers under Section 4,of An Act  amend the Mineral Act, 1900.  F. F; Lifebschcr, T. H. Wilson, W,  ��� Gordon:  Dated this fifteenth day of Septem-  r, 1900.  PROPOSED CODE OF MINE SIGNALS.  lias   Been   Endorsed  By  Plioenlx Miners'  Union.  The following proposed code of  mine signals has been received by  Phoenix Miners' Union No. 8, for its  consideration, by the provincial'authorities, and lias.been endorsed. It is substantially the same as that in itse in  the big mines in . Montana, and has  been foiihd':fp work well.  1 bell, hoist; 1 bell, stop (if in motion)  2 bells, lower men; 3 bells, hoist men.  4 bells, blasting signal, engineer must  answer by raising bucket a few feet and  letting it back, slowly. Then 1 bell  hoist men away from blast.  5 bells, steam on; 6 bells, steam off.  7 bells, air on; 8 bells air off; 3-2-2  scne down   drills; 3-2-3   send   down  picks.    : :���:";���'���'��� i '   '  7. 9 bells danger signal (case of fire or  other danger), then; .ring number of  station where danger exists.- '���/���No person shall ring any station"'..bell'-.except  the station lender, except in case of  danger, or when the main shaft is being sunk. Engineers must slow up  when passing stations when nicn are on  the cage. ��  STATIONS.  recommended for this purpose.  High Jinks at S/iokane.  The following is the text of the invitation sent to editors of the northwest , by the management of the  Spokane Exposition and the 'Spokane  Press Club:  "Ye .Editor: We want you at the  fourth annual doings-of the Spokane  Pass Club, October 6. The exposition  management wants you to see its prize  pumpkins; we want you "to forget your  troubles and help us celebrate Press  Day; the combination will be an easy,  one. Leave your paper in charge of  the office devil; change your shirt and  join us.. 'We will give you a 'trolley  tide in the morning, and a visit to the  exposition iii '.'the afternoon. In the  early evening a big feed will happen'.  Later the "High Jinks," introducing'  all the latest .sensations, will occupy  the time until sunrise. If we overlook  anything we'll go .-.back-, for it. The  police patrol wagon has been covered  and-the'weather'man'has been subsidized."--.:/    'Y"Y  EASTERN  Townships Bank,  KSTAHUSHKll 1859.  CAPITAL   -     -  RESERVE FUND  ,$1,500,006  .^OOjOOO  m  I.I, i>ertioiiB, old mid young, Klioiilil have  I heir Icclli cxiiinlnc-l once every six months  hy . iv cotiipeltfiii dentist. .J'ccuv-will lie  protein, tiiul Urtar fomiing, wlilch notli-  jiijf lull 11 ilirmi^li exnniitiiillnu'will reveal.  I'rol'essioiinl Hervicv rtiiclcitd in time mean*  ItlKli-claHS work, less |inin nnd (/rent economy:  A tooth tilled when decay Is In slfjlit will not iic  Kcimltive, tiie opci'Miou not Ioiik, nnd the lillliiR  liiKtliiK, liecnuse lhe oiierallon has more imil  iK-tlcr utrnctiire to work on. lie Iv enabled to  make the wiiIIh of tiie cavltv thicker and Htroiifjcr.  mid wltJi Hli|>hl tliiiiKur of exnoMliiK-lhe nerve,  the dread (ind ft-ar of all \vhcil having teeth filled.  llnve your teeth attended lo In time. Do not  jitucrnMliiiile. Give the tleiillm 'tooil tooth-  .Htructiire to work upon, ami lie will render yon  excclleut .ttervicc. Many portions put off their  visits to Hie dcnllil -jvhen Heimitive teeth have  Kiveii frei|��eiil' witriiiiiK. With mind excited,  Ixxly iu lilgli nervoim lcn��i<iti,i\nd with excrucint-  in1! pain nnd sulTerin); wiltti.-n on every feature,  lliey come for relief. How can the dentist he expected to perform the liest operation when the  patient is in the worst nunsihlc condition lo receive it ? Ifyour frietiil is sick do not wait until  he Is almost dead before you do something for him  or scud for the doctor' The doctor may save him  hy comini: ��t the last moment, audi should they  patient recover lie is liable to have bail health'  the remainder of his life on account of not having  received proper attention nt the right time.  UkcwUe, a tooth tlmt Is neglected may he filled  and saved at the Inst moment, but will probably  have bad health the rest of its life. One person  in n hundred has j/ood teeth, ninety nine persons  III a hundred could have (jooil teeth with proper  attention  IIOAKOO!' IIIKI'CTOKS:  R. W, IIknkkkk, I'resideut, Hon. M. II. Cogn.  KANR, Vicc-I'res., Itracl  Wuotl, J. S. Mitchell,  '('..Stevens,  J. N. <ialei,1  N'. W.Tnoiuas, C. II.  Kallian, II. II. llrown, Q. C.  IIHADOI'I-'ICH.HIII'KIIKOOKI-:, I'. Q. . 1.  Wm. l'AKWKi.t., Ocn'l list., S.  Kl'r.Ki.i., I.ocal  M|*r.;S. 1'. Miikkv, Ilrnucli Inspector.  1IRA.VCIIKS.  Waterloo, W..I. llriggs, Manager.  Staiistcad, S.Stevens,       "  Cownnville, J. Mackiiinon, Mnuager.  Coaticook, II. Austin, Malinger.  ���'Richmond, W.I,. Hall,      "    '  Oranby, W. II. Robinson, "  Bedford, J{. W. Morgan,    "  Jlagog, lv. 1'. Oliver, ".'.  SI. Ilyaclnthc, J. K, I.a I'rainboisc,Mgr.  ��� lliuitingdoii, 1-:. N, Kobinson, Mgr.      ,  Qriustown, II. T. Willlnms. Mgr.  Orand 1'orks, II.C, J.W. Miicloiighlin, Mgr.  l'lioeulx, II. C, Wm. Spier, Mgr.  Agents in Montreal, Hank of Montreal: I.oii-  dony Mug., National Hank of Scotland: llostou,  National "-exchange Uauk; New York, National  I'nrk llauk.'  Collections    made at   all   accessible   point*,  forunv required amo-.tuls. i>      '  '  all points in. Camul  Pl^SSffilSiiSliS^^^^^^^i^M  * ���  ! Tho Most Popular  j       Hotel in Phoenix.  f It is  r ���������'  the FAVORITE RESORT for  the Weary and Thirsty Traveller ||g  or Wayfarer, and in.cohseqiiencejjlij1  is becoming noted throughout the  Boundary. ' ..  Drafts issued for any required amounts, good in  all points in. Canada,   U.S.       '  "  change bought aud sold.  and I'urope.    I'x-  Savlngs Ilrunch Department nt each office.  Interest allowed from date of deposit and compounded annually without reijuiring attention of  dej>ositor.   -  Office Hours: 10-3; Saturday from 10 to ia,  ones!  ...REDUCTION  1NT.ONO DtSTANCK  RAVI'S. ....  DR. R. MATHISON,  ...- DKNTIST.    '    .   .  Naden-Flood Blk.  Greenwood, B.C.  Columbia'phone, No. 16.1  ..' '" "      residence, 10.  V. and N. 'phone, No. 80.  Phoenix Mai! Service.  Office hours, 8 n. 111. to 7 p. in.        -  Mails close for ISrand l'orks, (Jrceiivvood, Koss-  laud. Nelson, l-"astcni United States and Coast  jiotins dnily (except Sunday) nt 7:15 n. 111.  Kor Midway, Camp .McKinney and l-'nirvicwon  Monday, Wednesday and  Friday at 7:15 a. m.  Mails due fiom nil points at 10:30a. iu.    .  D. J. Matiirson,'  fc . Postmnstsr.  NOTICE.  Hell.  1'nusc.  Hells.  ..   1   ..  No. Station  bVi-S-  PERIOD OF   OREAT ACTIVITY  "ailHnjr $5 Ore  at a  it.  Profit  Wilt Make  1  -  3  3  4  4  4  4  5  5  5  ;5,  -5'  6  6  .6  ���6  6  1  7  7  7  7  3    3  4    ���-��� '4  5    ������   5  1    6  2       7  3    ���������������   8  4        9  5    ��.. 10  1      II  3     12  3    '.:  13  4 .-...'  14  5     "5  1      16  ���J      17  3     IS  4  >9  5  20  1      21  2 ...,',...'   22  3 -��� ���'������ 23  4 ������������  24  5 ������  25  1      26  2     27  3    ���  28  4        ;......    29  5    ���  30  Notice is hereby given that the partnership  heretofore existing between us, the undersigned,  as hotel keciwrs and livery stable keepers at the  lown of Phoenix, llritish Columbia, has this day  beet. , dissolved by mutual consent. All debts  owing to the said pnrteuship are to be paid to  Joseph Mandel, who will continue to carry oil  business, and nil claims against the said partnership lire to be presented to the said Joseph  Mandel, by whom the same will be settled.  Dated nt'l'hoeuix, II. C, this 2othdny of August,  A. D. 1900.  J. Makukl,  Uko.1'. ML'KI'HY  Witness:  W. It. Cochrane,  I'hocnix,*]. C.  45  Use Vernon &  Nelson Co/s Lines  Socio  -Spokane, Rossland  and Rcpaolic.  BATES TO OTHER STATIONS  Proportionately Low.  -     Or  J-Newly Furnished.   Choicest I.iriuors  J and Cigars. " Dining .Room-First-SSI  I Glass in Kvery Way. Yfji  ? ./'   ' ������ "   7- ���".���.-.' Am  PHOENIX, B.C.  f ������ ���������-..-  C. W. ABBOTT, Phop.  oc>oooocKX��ooo6doc*^xx}6ocooooe*<*>oo^^  The Lion BottSihgWorks  GliEENWOOD and PHOENIX^ B."C.  ���sole aoknts for the������  Lion Brewing Go.  Of Rossland, the  Largest Brewery in British Columbia.   OENF.RAI.   EXPORT AGENTS���  Blue Laljcl ^"uk,  Scltcrs  Natural   Mineral Water  WiKsiiAoi-N, German v.  JAS. McCREATH & CO.. Props.  ��QOCNDOOOOO<X>OOOOOC-HX>QOOOO<^^  7   ALMSTROM & BERG, Props.        ',: 7  Fine Wines,  Liquors and Cigars.  DOMINION AVENUE, -       -       -       PHOENIX, B. C.  The.  Choice wines, liquors, and cigars always in stock.  Board by day or week. 7. One trial and you will remember  The Maple Leaf Forever. <  J. Mandel, P*op.  OLD IRONSIDES AYE. " PHOENIX, B.C.  SMYRNA  Syrup of Figs  IS THE BEST.  !��������-*- A large bottle, 75c.  -l-*or snk* only by���  NOTICE.  signal  Where electric bells are used in connection with other .bells.  If cage is wanted ring station signal.  Station tender \vill answer 1 bell.  Reply 1 bell to go up.  ���   Reply 2 bells to go below.  li* station is lull of ore  and   station  tender is wanted,  ring station  and do not answer hack.  2-1-2 bells are rung, engineer or  station tender does not understand, repeat signal.  In case of.danger or accident, ring  station signal; station tender will reply  1 bell, ring 9 bells.  One copy of this code should be  posted on the gallows frame and one  before the engineer.  To be in effect from and after, 1900.  The Rossland Miners Union has  also approved of the above code with  the addition of one signal. : It was  necessary that skip men and engineers  Notice is hereby j*lven-thnt the partnership  heretofore subsisting between Thomas Iler^ and  J. Ii. Alinstrom, doing bnsinens ns Thonms llerg  & Co., at the Nortlen Hotel, Phoenix, H. C, has  been dissolved. Tlle business will in future be  carried on by Albin Alinstrom and Thomas llerg,  under the firm name of Almstrom & Herg. All  debts due to the old firm arc to'be paid to the new-  firm, which willpny nil the liabilities of the old  one.  Dated nt Phoenix, B. C, the 13th day of August,  1900.  ��� Thomas IIi-ko  ai.11in ���u.mstko.w,  JiK. Almstkom.  Witness:  K. Ii. Kerr.  42 '��� :'  '  T. B. BOYLE,  Druggist  Prescriptions a Specialty.  V. 8: X. Tel. No. 16.  Ttc Yale-Coltimbia Lumber Co*  LIMITED.  Manufacturers of all kinds of  Roagh aiicJ! Dressed -Ltfrnter, Lath, Shingles,  Mouldings and Tturnings.  Our Present Mill and Yards are.Logatk'd' as Follows:  mill, and yard  K -. <'-������-'��.���'  Nakusp  Robson  Rossland..  .   "     "       "  Ymir.. ............. ",....-���"���. ."'���"'  Greenwood���Gen'l office���mill and  yards.  Phoenix.... ...;. .'.".-mill and yard.  Eholt No. I  "'    '���"'���    "  Eholt No, 2;..'..'...' "     "     "���'  Deadwood ���-.. "      "     "  Rock Creek.....:'-.   "      "     "  Long Lake. 7  ^iF~We 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 qualitj- of work iu  the Boundary countiy.  Give us a call when your  watch or clock is "out of  whack," or you need anything in the Jewelry line.  Millkr Blk., Phoenix, U. C.  PHOENIX ANOTHER BUTTE  L    l Sports from all parts of British Co-  i ^ Jt n-D'a indicate that we are entering  i  f.on a period of great activity in min-  *J i development, says , the Victoria  mes. The attention of the world  s not yet been: concentrated to any  *>| tent on mining properties on Yan-  J n'ei* Island and the coast of this  j> ovtnce, but there is a feeling in the  that our day is at hand. There is  )bably no country in the world with  ��<- *h a diversity  of wealth concealed  * "nth the recesses of the earth as is  * he found in British Columbia. If  /reck Bay. had been in some re-  >n >te part of the globe which is locked  " t in the hands of King Frost for. six  booths in the yppr, there  would have  The  (ronucrly the Columbia Hotel)  RUSSELL BROS., Props.  O  O O  O i  First-class from top to bottom.    Finest  liquors  and  cigars.  Come in and try our new pool table aud look over the  Mineral Exhibit.  o o o o  Comer Dominion Ave. and Phoenix St.,     Phoenix, B. C.  Is Already the Second Camp in Ore Shipments  in British Columbia.  The following facts about Phoenix tell the story of what capital has already accomplished in the chief  minin" camp of the Boundary., There are yet many promising prospects well worthy of business like  exploitation.  Phoenix itself aud the camps to which it i.s the nearest banking and business  point, are now shipping; 3/500 tons of gold-copper ore per week, or 1 52,500 tons  per 3-ear.  The Knob Hill and Old Ironsides, situated in the very heart of the town, are  alone shipping 300 tons daily, or 2,100 tons per week.  The B. C. mine is shipping 150 tons daily, or over 1,000 tons weekly.  Other properties, such as the Golden Crown, Winnipeg, Athelstan', etc., arc  shipping not less than 50 tons per clay, 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 only iu its earliest infancy.  For further information, address,  0. W. RUMBERGER.  Dominion Aye.,  Phoknix, B. C.  THE CANADIAN  BAM OF COMMERCE  HEAD OFFICfc: TORONTO.  Lstablished 1867.  PAID-UP-CAPITAL $6,0000.00,  [.Sk Million Dollars.]  REST.        $1,000,000  President. .. Hon. Gfo. A. Cox..  General Manager. U.K. WaLklr,  Ass't. Gen'l   Manager.J.H. Plummkk,  This bank has the largest number of  branches of any bank in Canada, with  agencies at New York, Chicago, New  Orleans, Skagway and J)aw<,< n City.  I, Accounts of Corporations, Merchants  and Individuals "rccciied on lavorable  terms. ' '  Drafts, Commercial Credits, Travelers',Credits and Ciicular Notes issued  available in any pan of the uorld.  Approved Notes Discounted; Collections-made.  A geneial Banking  business  trail'  sacted.  Greenwood Branch,  D. A. CAMERON,  Manager,  ��-��-���-���-��-���-0-  MARK TRACY  City Scavenger.  7 All ordeis promptly attended to,  Office, Standard Ave.,  PHOENIX, B. C.  AND SOO LINE.  East Operates  FAMOUS  West  "Imperial  Limited"  Fast daily train between Alantic and  Pacific.  With   direct  connecting services lo  and from Boundaiy 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, Satin days for Montreal and Boston, Mondays ind Thuis-  days foi Toronto. Same cars pats  Revelstoke one day earlier.  Ex. Sun          Daily train Ex Sun  11.45K-        .Gieenuood.     .  ar 22.30  12.12 lv    .   .   .Eholt.' ar 22.02  For rates, tickets, and full information apply to agents at Greenwood or  Eholt, or  W.F. AXDFRSON, E.J.COYI F,  Trav.Pass Agent, A.G.P.Agt.  Nelson, B.C.   Vancouver, B.C.  Spokane Falls  andNorthern  NELSON & FORT SHEPPARD, RED MOUNTAIN RAILWAY CO.  The only all-rail   route  between  all  points east, west and south  To Ros.si.and, Nelson and'  all Intkkmkdiatk Points  Connecting at Spokane with the  Great Northern, Northern Pacific and  the O. R. & N. Co.  Connects at Nelson with steamer for  Kaslo and all Kootenai lake points.  Connects at Meyers' Falls with stage  daily for Republic, and conpects at  liossburg with stage daily for Grand  Forks and Greenwood.  Leave  Day Traiu  Arrive  10.3511.  in.  Spokane  7:ro p  Ill  12:05 P  in  KossUukI  5:30 P-  in.  9:30 n.  m.  Nelson  Night Tniin.   ���  8:00 p.  111.  9:45 1'-  m  Spokane  7:05 n-  111.  IllrO II.  in  KosMand  63011  111.  H. A. Jackson,  General Passenger A  gent.  cititi��i��>ii��iote��ttt����������  G>     -  w  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  9  Smoke  ���  ���  ���  ���  ��  O  ���  ���   -���--���^���*-^���.������ ^  ������  ���    ���.  ���  ��� Ji  pp><  CT df^YSTTI-LT  A  ���  ���  J**  k  iii i .a j w r^i  At  ���  0    Ai  SUt  H-^JW^ta^"  TV Jt, \J  A&.  a  �����  ���  ��������� '���"~  - ���  ���  ���  a  ���  CIGARS.  0-  ���  ���  ���  0   0  ���'  ��  ���  ���  UNION MADE  ��  0  O  ���  ��o��io0-)oo0ec��o( fliv��oo>)-io  Or  Insurance and  Real Estate.. .  Dominion Avi.nu , l'HOKNIX,RC.  Aoknt For  Candada Life Ins. Co.  London and I^mcashirc Life Ins.  Co.  Doininion of Canada  Guarantee  and Accident Ins. Co.  Screty Bonds furnished at Low Rates  Offices and Houses alwavsnnhand for  rent.    Snaps in real estate.  ft  fh  ���a  .a*  }-w B  ���m ��� 1  w 1  i*I5   m  m4  -iii J  v*? 1-' -M  ;Ji*   |(     fl  Y    Ira; 9  n '1 1 ' M  (% k-  $��� he-  ii* -iWi  4jf I-S  til- 1 s  31WV.     JS,Vt"  .0 !�����?  lYi) I*,  f j | *^j  M V1  '<i I  . '3 'i  !  'At*' '  hi 1  m ���  *'&t '  4l*\  V  if;;  ���i  It ���  * 1 <y j '  'v* 1*  f  'ifA ���  "li   *  .mt '  ''���%  i  "4'  i  * %  ;]|  Ji  ���   jrfj      i               J  'f1''? -y   \m  -4 5 v-'|  -ii "M  : 1  17* 1  'Aa  U  i.'l. ^t t WM  ' '�� & ,.-?���  .'IwS 1   imSS  -it {(I 7jH  'tfn^M  'Il M  .���''if r'fl  'M'   ���  >>,'���"?*    Jam  <.' <>s    **���  if t    Mm  * i      BM  ���   4 !     ' ���  -'h 1  A-:'<         ���  . \y ,     ���  7^    m  H  WM  B  ��� -f'5 - 'm  i��   m  ���   .���  *               ^H  ;--; ���  y;   ���  , - M  7- m  'yl ���  H  11^        HI  ���  i .*��� "V  ?���*���*���  f>l  MtaMi<����!iHMamaTO  -./������ - m.  fywuiH^&H*  mm  PAPER  Des-  WALL  '    l ' '   -��� i.\ri;sT ni.sioxs���  O���O  Blank Books of Every  cripticm.  o���o  Choice Line of Confectioner)  o���o  IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS.  ffcfo Dros. (Mi  PHOENIX, B.C  THE'PHOENIX PIONEER.  CHOOSING* A  SCHOOL  SITE  Meeting Called for Monday N.'ght to Male a  Decision  I  The Local Grist,   j  quite a pas  Hnting   has become  time during this monrli.  Mrs. Abe Hall took charge of the  Butte dining hall last Monday.  W. J. Cramer has moved lo his new  residence on the New York claim.  Bi# iron Iwx stove for sale at Mc-  Bean's. Come and see it il you wish  i\ bargain.  J. Z. Morrison and Win. Walters  aie both about to eiect residences 'on  the Old Iionsides.  Comer Bros, have begun work on a '  neat two-story residence, adjoining that  ol \\\ J, I'orter on  Biooklyn avenue.  If indications count for anything,  according to old-timers in the Boundary, this section will have a long and  cold winter.  Mrs. J. E. Fortin and little daughter stalled Tuesday for Wardner,  Idaho, wlicic Mr. Fortin is conducting  *i .success!u I business.  l'rof. Paul Kauffniiinn, the Greenwood mu'ifc teacher, who has been ill  with  fever for several weeks was in  '    town this week again.  ^   Michael  McBean with  Mrs,    Mc-  MclJean, returned Moiid-iy from a trip  " to Nelson, w here they secured more  goods lor the winter trade.  M. II. Biown, C. P. R. freight  agent at Detroit, Mich.' was in the  JJoundarv this week, and on Tuesday  cisited ihe big mines of Phoenix  and went to the South African war,  Mi killed in the b.iltle 01 PaarcJe-  beig.  Simon V. Quinlivan the contractor S(SPre,arv Mat|lcsoI1| of the P);0enix  who has done most of the work so far sd)00, j.J(I<J has raI|e(] a enero,  tor the Cas-ade Uater, Power and mftJt; 0(- l||oy, imc,ested �� the  L.��ht Co., at Cavtide, has made an choice ���f a schocI sitc Jor next Mon.  assignment to Stanley Mayail lor  the d      e% M ei,h, 0,dock< at d)e  benefit ol his cieditors. school house*:  Kev. B   H.   Balderston, pastor of      Mr. Matheson  has received plans  the Greenwood Methodist church, was I a���d specifications foi a two room school  in town Thursday.    Tomorrow there building trom the^overnment, and will  .will beanniveisaiy servhes of the dedi- as|; for tenders lor  the construction  I cation of his chinch and on Monday of the building.  j evening a " Pink Tea." As js tte|i known, two sites have been  Jay 1\ (Waves is quoted as saying offered, one by Mi. Rumberger, and a  that the returns  for the first car load larger one hy the Minei-Graves syndi-  of matte shipped  from   the Granby cate in block 26 of Old Ironsides stib-  smeltcr to the refinery in the east, was division.    At the general meeting held  most satisfactory. Mr. Graves has been Fiiday evening, August 21st, it seemed  to be the opinion that a more central  ..:.�� ..1......1.11 .-���'-   &&g&mmig&8��G^e%4i�����%4m&e!  A complete stock of Pipe, Stoeli Iron and Fittings, -Capital Cylinder Oil, 600 W. CylindR, J  3s  in ("rand Foiks this week  Thomas G. Shaughnessy, president  of Canada's greatest railway, will probably visit  Phoenix tomorrow, with a  party 01 C. 1\ R. R.  officials, who all  wish to sec the place where so much  gold-copper ore is being shipped from.  Randolph Stuart and H. P. Griffin  weie in town  this week, looking after  the work on a number of Wellington  camp claims, in  which Mr. Stuart is  interested.    The claims are well  thought of and  are close to the Winnipeg and A���the!stan.  Joe Taylor has a  horse that takes  the record for long fasting. He missed  it over 30 days ago and a few days  since found  it in an  old shaft, where  he thinks it  must have been all the  time. The animal seems to" be none  the worse for its  enforced abstinence.  John W. Stewart, who was identified  with building the  Boundary railway,  has sccuied a contract for 100 miles of  the Canadian Northern railway.    Angus Stewart, Martin Welch, A. G. Mc-  Hugh and Angus Kerr, subcontractors,  have left Nelson to join Mr. Stewart.  Rendell & Co., of Greenwood, have  decided  to accept  the city's offer of 1  $5,000 for'dam.igea for changing street'  grade in  front of their building.    A  judgment  for $6,500,  had been  obtained, and the city was about to ap-  pcal,   when  the compromise was  reached.  James McKinnon, who is now in  Grand Forks, temporarily in charge of  the bank's branch' there, has been appointed assistant general  site should be obtained if possible, and  the meeting decided to see if the Dominion Copper Co. would be willing to  do anything in this way w ith some of  their centrally 'located property.    The  officials of that company were communicated with by Mr. Matheson, and  he was referred to the managing director,   Hugh Sutherland, who  was expected in  Phoenix some time in Se|>*  tember.    However, lie has not yet arrived, and if the new* building i.s to be  put up this fall, work on it should be  started  without  further delay.    It is  ho[)cd a  decision-can   be arrived at  Monday evening.  The plans for the proposed building  show a commodious structure, but they  should have been for a three or four  room building���even it all the rooms  are not finished off now���as they will  be needed early ne\t year if the present rate ot increase in school attendance keeps up.  OUR  A A A A. i A A ijiA A*'A AAiiiAA*  *-  *  A ���*. * -*-  ������~������*���ttttTfTttTT  time  .s!  .- - o   manager of  Mclntyre & McDonald changed the        Eastern Townships Bank.    He is  ne ot leaving of the mail stage. Here- !?"e ��*.th? oIdest employees of this solid  er it leaves Phoenix in Hip nmr��;��,r I r*na��cial institution, having been  connected with the bank for 28 -ears.  Frederic Keffer, manager of the  British Columbia Copper company,  will  leave, for Spokane ne\t week to  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  I NOTICK.  Golden   liable Mineral Claim, situate   in   Hie  Kettle kivcr mining division of Yale district.  Where located:���Oreenwood camp, east and rid-  101111111; tiie !?tem��iiider mineral claim, t.ot -,jS.  TaLe notice that I, W. K. William*, of Phoenix,  li.C, Free Miner's Certificate No. 1179695 for myself and as agent for Donald D.Miilin, Free  Miner'* Certificate No. 8654 A., Geo. A. Cox, Th'ree  MincrM Certificate No. II 29895 and Donald A.  Cameron, Free Miner'* Certificate No. B 19668, intend, sixty .days from the. date hereof, to apply to  I Hie Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining u Crown  Ontut of the nbcue claim.  And further take notice that action, under section 37, must lie commenced hefore tlle issuance  of such Certificateof Improvements  Dated this 15th day of September, A. D., 1900  54 W. K. Williams  Imported and Domestic Goods of all Descriptions ���  Cmsse ������d Bla^dl's Assorted Pickles, Assorted Jams, Essence Anchovies. Mush���,, Catsup   Feted" Aac,    ���  an   Boaters.   A fresh lot Melon's Imported Cheese, GiUanis m^S^m^^u^^tW^  and a hundred and one other unparalleled table delicacies the stomach caves for     ; "^  - THE WYNKOOP-STEPHENS TRADING CO., LTfi  mit  Jr A. MUNSON, Proprietor.������'���''��� ��� ��� m    ���    w i>  '��� -   ���-;��*'���    ���   ���    ���������,-.������   Cor. Koob Hill Ave. aad Fine Street  -..       r'nest Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Dnxmg R��o*�� in Connection.   - - -   PHOENIX B. C.  d. w. Mcdonald  Job Work Promptly Attended to.  Phoenix street (Hock of I'ostoffice.   "^d)  Plumbing  & Tinning  Phoenix, B. C  I. A. Ji  l-'irsl Class in I'very Respect  American and Kuropeau Plan*  alter it leaves Phoenix in the morning  at 8:15 and leaves Greenwood at 10:20.  Quite a number of Phoenixites are  figuiing on attending the opening of  the Spokane Industrial Exposition next  week. The railways have made special  rates.  Chas.Brath waite, a member of Phoenix Miners' Union, No. 8, who was  hurt at the B. C. mine last week, is  improving fast at the hospital at Green-  Mood."  Rev. W. A. Robins, of Greenwood,  ,   will hold Church of England services  in the Phoenix schoolhouse Wednesday evening,  October  iotii, at eight,1  o'clock.  .Tom Roderick, an old timer in  Phoenix, who has been risking at Burlington*, Ontario,' for some time, is expected back to the Pay Roll City  shortly. -'  The Miners'  Union, of Greenwood,  will give,ada'icein that town onTues-  ,     day,,October  16th.   It is   expected  that there will be quite an attendance  from Phoenix.  The Greenwood steam laundry proprietors claim they are nbt getting the  support warranted' by their investment,  but that Greenwood people still patron-  ,    ire the Chinese.  Mrs. C. G. Buck, wife of the resident manager of the War Eagle, with  lier son, Francis Clifford, starts today  ior a visit of a couple of months to her  old home at Sherbrooke, Quebec.  Collector of Customs Hugh Mc-  Cutcheon. of Greenwood, is to have a  new assistant in the person of A. E.  Masuret, formerly located at Bossburgi  Wash., for Her Majesty's customs.  The   citizens   of   Greenwood   are  liaving quite a time settling as to the  route   and  manner of   building the  wagon  road  up  the West Fork, for  ,ivbieh the government allowed $8,000.  M. McBean, has received word that  fin old friend of his from Scotland,  who joined the Seaforth  Highlanders  act as one ot the judges ot the mineral  exhibit at . the Spokane Exposition.  This is the first, tipie that a British  Columbia man has been honored in  this way.  The moving picture show, which  was ontbe boards at "Miners'Union  Hall, Wednesday was greeted by a full  house, that fully appreciated the excellent entertainment given under the  management" of J. Cosgrove. Thursday night's date at Eholt was canceled  to give another night in Phoenix.  CcMtract For Cottages Lei.  Thursday evening the contract for  thiee of the new cottages, to be built  at once'by the Miner-Graves syndicate,  was let to Smith Bros. Two lull be  of a similar size to those already built,  and one will be larger. The order for  the lumber has already been placed  and active construction will begin within .1 few days. A contract for an  addition to the Old Ironsides hotel  was also let to the same firm. It is  exacted that contracts for other  cottages wilj l>e let shortly.  Harness  -"���j Saddlery,  The  IMPERIAL  Hotel  Lighted with Kleclricity  Heated with itot Air  ���������  of all kinds. Will guaran:  tee satisfaction to every  customer.    Good  team  .;.;    Table Board, $7.per Week.  E. WEEKS, Prop    ' ���  ' PHOENIX, B. C.   .��Metropolitan '*��*��-  harness complete from Ut L   T    '   -        r^"1'"'*-1        *%*       .*%*  up. Single harness, $12 up R- L; MILES, Prop. T-\        < ^ f  "ie hlnnl-Afc   C���mn*.������Jr.        I Under Alr>trnr>^i;.nn U-1..I        K^4AMAiA      ^.  L.  .^  ���_  onop.  Clothing, Hats, Dry Goods, Boot  and Shoes.  Come and look over our elegant  Selection, just arrived,  Imported  and Domestic Fancy   All-Wool    Fla:  Shirts and white Dress Shirts,  before buying e,  where.    Also the par excellent Stetson  Hats���lari  stock.  We have a fine line of Carpets, to close* out at low pi  Shoes ior Men and Boys, Ladies, Girls and Children at Bdi  Rock Prices, and don't you forget it.  CHAS. SEAI&  Manager.  Horse blankets, Sweatpads  collars, whips, etc., at lowest prices. All mail orders  promptly attended to.....  JL 6. SMITH, Grand Forks.  Under'Metropolitan Hotel.      JM^j f*K^f*  Baths 50c, 3 for $*.00  ����������������������-��+  ���+++++������+++  i ^H/H E N y��u have   a j  :  *��  Suit or  Overcoat:  | made to order, you want-  j the  best goods and '  " best fit that  You  Rough and  Dressed  the |  - -* money can.  { buy.     You   always   get:  I that and nothing else of I  '���>* ���� ��!�����������,  Jack Ix)gan, stage driver for Rich-1��  ��** Collins, leavesforNew Zea.andjj ��� �� MJTCHCLL  LUMBER  LATH and SHINGLES.  Correspondence  Solicited  All orders wHIRecelve"    fall Sfajp PfOffl dt\\ tO AflV Poiflt  Prompt Attention,     -^mmmmh-b^ .      *  NOW  ������1  IS THE TIME TO GET ON THE LIST  if 3'ou are interested  in the second ship-f  '   * "���"    " v     ping camp in British Columbia���Phoenix, g  .  The Phoenix Pioneer, published every Saturday room-1  ing at $2.66 per }rear, is the oui)* publication in the province^  that will give it to 3*ou.    All kinds of "dough" accepted.  ^.E. SPRAGGETT, Te,eph^e  No. 10 A.  .GRAND FORKS, B. C.  GEO. E. DEV,  WATCHMAKER  ���ia jeweler;..  Special attention given to fine repair  work.   Give me a call.  j Merchant Tailor...  *������ �������� ++.+���+*++  ��������������* ���������������>����������  Graves-Williams Building,  First St., Phoenix, B. C.  j fyUR NEW GOODS|  | ^-*' are beauties, AVer  | can SUIT you to your:  ! satisfaction in the choic-:  : est fabrics made. Come;  : in and talk it over, and:  | examine our stock.  *  ��� Dominion Avenae.  I PHOENIX, British Columbia  ?  Town  PHOENIX  C A. McQung & Co.,  .....DEALERS IN   HAY, GRAIN, FEED, Etc.  j  All of our goods are now arriving by rail to Phoenix and we are, therefore, prepared to quote right  prices. No need to go to Greenwood or elsewhere.  Let us give you figures.    Wheat just received.  Chas. A. McClung & Co.  tohi^?8061"^ ^tensive additions  to his &tock, consisting of ...  e��e  ^^The &ry Goods Man  In the Heart of Famous Greenwood Camp  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 completeid passes through the tows  Centre of six of the most prominent, ihines in the entire  Boundary, all of which are producers. Plenty of^pnre water  from lake on the property.  ress uooas, in  laids for TaiIor=Made Suits and some Plaid Skirt Lengths    !��  Jt's a plain business proposition, that of buying a  HOODS, MITTS, INFANTEES, BOOTEES, TAMS, ETC  New Millinery Stock Expected about October 15.'  ��� Remember llm| no office in. the Bound-  dary can give ypu better satisfaction than  theJOB OlvPARTMENTofthc . . . . . .  ���"* MICHAEL McBEAN & CO.,  ^Ominion Ave., near Postofflce, PHOSNIX   B. C.  NEAT .' .  GLEAN"  ' - f' !iT"���WiS'iY*S'.:f.-iflCV'91'-A>!'i  For the slight extra cost you  get more than its equivalent in-  better materials, .extra wear, superior character and appearance. I CLEAN . . . .  ��-iffe *ca? show y��u a full line. > A'l"rRACTIVE  1 2hK i5hem'.a're lhe new Styles '  Slclf^e:Just,been'.received.  1 The other half is composed of  those "Stetson" "boss raw  edge"-soft hats which have  made the makers famous. They  are always in style;  IrVRL  That is the Mnd that pays.  That is the hind you want.  That, is the Hind WE DO.  PROP IN AND SEE'I  For Pikes and Terms, apply to  11 Mil. ���'��������������� imxtt  vmm  xwww��

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