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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Aug 5, 1911

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 ���*"'*>?' ftC&MW",' * 'V.',f .��--t-  wr  .3 /8��a? if-'* ���$-,,.-  *' 7 \l trt ���  , 1 'v1  $1  'V  ST.-.:  i  .������  v.  Twelfth Year  * /^ :,/ VPHOENI^'B.'C., SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, '1911 ,  No. 37  ip'r^*  P;C. Mining ?  Reports from the Big,Bend say the  placer miners are having fair luck.  In the pastthree years the.Nugget  mine has produced $250,000 worth  of ore which was treated by a temporary 4-stamp mill. The ore mined  averaged approximately 5 ft. wide  arid $25 per ton in value. The three  veins being developed have, proved  t:o be remarkably persistent, both  vertically and horizontally.    \  * It is, expected that the new mill  for the Standard mine near Silver^  "toii' wi11 be ready\/for '''��� dperatfoil in  October, the ' machinery * being --already'on the grounb! ready to be' in-  stalled as soon as the building is  sufficiently advanced... The-4 framework is all up and.roof being put  on. Good progress/< is f,al$o being  made with the tram line.-  CAMPAIGN NOW ONIEMMA MfflE SOON TO  RESUME OPERATIONS  Elections Setfor September -'2i7r-Rec.prtc.ty the Main Issued  :" Conservatives Confident of VictofyAAcclamation Election  of.Martin Burrell Highly Probable.  .  We are to have a general Federal I the present census could  be made,  election   on   the 21st  of September; has, disenfranchised  many    thous-  Unwaterin��. Commenced --- Will  Probably Ship to B.C. Smelter  at Greenwood.  . AdditionaLmachihery'tis being in-  stalled at  the concentrating   plant  of the  Portland CanaNMinihg'Co.,  It is stated  that the plant will soon  be in running order.     In   the- mine  both raising and sinking^are in* pro-  - gress on   the   number^ 3/levelstrand  the new^stopes  are .being" opened  ready to. send  a continuous supply  of Ore to  the, mill when, it resumes  operations. '        '.  O. B. Bush was   in .Stewart   last  t V.'  week with samples,of .tbej*,,recent  strike on the Simpson claim, which  have been assayed' by* G. Clothier.  The returns ~gave $53.60 in gold  and $510 in silver, a total of $564.  A thorough exploration of. the several .^claims otamed by the company  is-being prosecuted, and several ore  shoots, where'croppings on the surface, opened up. *  Operations have been resumed at'  the Athabasca mine, which has been  closed for repairs and waiting water  supply. A recent clean up from a  few days' run yielded a gold brick  valued at between $1,500 ancj$1,600.  An electric plant is being installed  to provide power for mining and  milling purposes, and, when this is  in place the owners expect to  operate the property, on an extensive scale.  next, when the. electors of Canada,  or some of them, will have an opportunity tbi vote on the most important issue thatf has k engaged  the attention 'of the- country since  the introduction of the National  Policy by Sir John A. McDonald, in  1878.    ^ <��� ��� '        ��� '' <   ,  ^   ' ���  * But'for the firm stand .taken by  the opposition,,as a'/unit, the reciprocity deal would have been., put  through without a doubt.. " '  Such   small- .matters t as. malfea-  sance- of Ministers of the Crown,  graft and general jobbery, will   be  overshadowed f>y>   the  .one   great  issue:' Mpo   the people  of Canada;  in  view, of.. our\,present. wonderful  prosperity, want to try needless ex-  periments withtheir happy condition  by voting, for^' this ,one j/sidedl reciprocity, deal With.dur shreivd friends  to'the south of-us.v. -v .^ ;^/* ^.r  As to  the  problematical  benefits  that may acrue. to  certain portions  of this  country,  can anyone   recall  an   instance   in   which   the   Senate  of the United   States   enacted legislation which was, not all to the good  for Uncle Sarri? .    '  ands of our best citizens, the  farmers, and deprived the west of a  large number of new members.  Our own province will no doubt  be entitled to an increased -representation of-three or more, but we  must be content this time with the  fact that "we are seven." and it will  be the greatest surprise of.the coming,contest if B. C. does not send a  solid,contingent, to support anew  administration under the, leadership  of R: L. Borden. .     *  In the Yale-Cariboo constituency  our member, Martin Burrell, has  made himself solid, and has acquitted himself with credit and has  honored both his constituency and  province, and it "would ��� seem al--  jmost foolhardy;- for the. Liberals ta  oppose him at (this juncture, jn   the  face of certain defeat.  ��� i ,.       kl    / ' " "   '������ '^^ ~v -'" -���' * *    ,v  *'      .  ^ : r  ,      A Liberal Grave Yard.  The electoral district of Yale-  Cariboo holds mournful memories  for the Liberals, no less than two of  their  champions   having  met their  political deaths   in  it within the last IT ...    .        ���.���.     ^       .      _._    ,  ;��,.��� ,^o���:       rr���^.. i.u^  ���: / Lightning: Hits  Granby V^orks  Another of the   Boundary's early  producers .will shortly return   to the  list of regular shippers, preparations  being, now, under  way  for  the  resumption of operations af the Emma  mine, in Summit camp, by the B. G.  Copper  Co.    During the  past  ten  days a crew of men have been busy  unwatering  the   property,   and   by  next week active  operations will be  commenced* t As the Emma mine is  electrically  equipped,. and  has   recently  been  explored   by diamond  drill, it is expected that shipping to  the Greenwood smelter will begin in  the course of a month.  The Emma mine was originally ..  operated.by the Hall Mining Co: of  Nelson, and latterly passed into the  control of . the British Columbia  Copper Co., which, however,^ has,  had a j legal, fight with the iBank of  Montreal in yorder to, proceed with  operations.^.,,v&^  .>^-w,--v^^r ,^-'-^  shipment in 1901, and having an ex-  cess of iron it contributed to the  various smelters requiring flux, and  up to 1907 its total output was  about 110,000 tons.  The refusal of Sir Wilfred Laurier three  years.       Under  the  circumrJL  to accept the   proposal of Mr.   Borden to vote** all Vinecessary supplies,1  and to take up .the reciprocity question   at the   riext\-session-of Parlia-  merit, when :A redistribution   under  .^ .    . . .        ,        tyf    The  Granby   compressor was hit  stances it is  not surprising that the  ^    ,-   . ^ ���       .    ���       *, ',  r        & by.lightning during the severe elec-  Liberals are experiencing some difficulty in finding a leader to direct  their shattered battalions * in the  coming fight.  On Salmon river, Bunting and  Dillward have struck a 15 feet reef  of galena, which averages $35 to  the ton. This mine is in Canadian  territory, about eight miles trom the  Canadian boundary. While doing  assessment work op the Lakeview  mine, seven miles from Stewart,  McKay and Biberi encountered a  vein of high grade silver sulphide  carrying gold values. A 16 feet  ? seam of silver-lea^ was found on the  Old Ch.uim mine, nine miles from  Stewart in Bear river valley.  Granby Bonds More Claims.  Arrangements have been made by  the Granby for an option On the  second group of claims on Copper  mountain. The claims include the  Gold Axe, American Girl, Kid-Fraction, Double Standard, Columbia  No. 2 and the Colon Fraction. This  now makes nineteen claims on  which the Granby have a bond. Carload shipments to the smelter from  the Gold Axe have run as high as  $50 to $75 per ton. All of these  claims are in the vicinity of Chesawy  Wash.  is so heavily impregnated with coal  tar that when heat is applied large  bubbles appear on the surface, and  the odor of burning oil gives further  unmistakable evidence that the  shale vis thoroughly saturated with  the goods.  Oil On Queen Charlotte Islands  E. H. Lee has returned to Vancouver from a prospecting trip on  Graham Island, one" of the Queen  Charlotte group. He says that a  man does not want to be an oil expert in that country; all he has to do  is to wait for a hot day and then  follow his nose. He broughtjfeack  a large quantity of oil shale which  he says crops over a large area.*   It  Boundary Ore Tonnages  Following are the returns of the  output of the mines and smelters of  the Boundary district for the week  ending Aug. 5, and year to date:  Granby.... .  Mother Lode.  Jack Pot .-:'..  Rawhide .. .,  Athelstan  Napoleon.... .  OtherS;.::fy.y^  '������'^.'Vir'^Qtal'.-. .-  .16,284 572,507  .3,404 185,195  .  456 18,496  . 4,577 128,133  .  286 3,854  ���                   ���    ���    ��� Of J A %J  ,.:     294 ,.; 1,348-  ,25,301 909,533  ��� SMELTER TONNAGES  Granby :: ...:,V: il6,310   566,226  B.C. Copper Co...   8,176   359,989  '. '���   '���'.}   ���-: -    : . s     :���.       ���.    ���,.-���. :���;���']��� .v ���   :���*;  v .' . /��� ,  Asbestos was used by the ancients  to preserve the ashes of those  cremated.  trical storm which   passed   over the  city on Tuesday evening, and   only  the up   to  date   emergency   breaks  prevented serious damage to the big  plant.      The   Victoria    shaft   was  also struck, but   not seriously damaged.     The compressor  was  shut  down three   times  as a  safeguard,  and   following   the   closing   of   the  switch on one occasion the lightning  shot    down   into  the  switchboard,  passing  the   specially  designed arresters and   burning  off two   of the  highly   charged   wires.      The  ^oil  breakers were thrown up, however,  and     prevented     further   damage.  During a  similar storm three years  ago the compressor was struck and  practically disabled for two weeks.  At that time new lightning arresters  of great resistance and oil breakers  were   installed,   and   proved   of undoubted    value    during   Tuesday's  storm.  .- -���������  .,���'���!������,..   M..-I   .- .    i.i.si^^i -       ������ -ii     ���'  B.C. Copper Treatment  ������������'-The British Columbia company's  smelter treated 8,176 tons of pre  thi^ week, as follows: Mother Lodei,  2,387; Rawliide, 4,967; ^i^lstan,  ...; Napoleon,; 124, Wellington,  498, others, 200.  ���\  - ^~i^ ^-.��..��i.y.  ySI  \  i-r. teSijiiil  \m^^'^^  X T I  Ijji      ���]   ( *  ���*1t      '    ' "   I *    ^  ���   J   if . j/        ' ij  iT i"   '-   < '<.,'  ft" '���;/'  *.*   *���  i < r  '��V ?'v* ,,*  >.      ������ -   a  Local and General  > '  ,J  '  .1   1   I'   JI  .   Miss Jeahette 'Ross left for Vancouver, Ion Tuesday.   , w .  ' ,'Dry ,wood in car lots for sale. Apply  -tio J. Trombley, Bhoehix.  of tlie Granby and Hidden Creek properties ^returned to town during the  week from the north.  Page Boyle, diamond drill .expert,  returned to town Thursday from Spokane. -He will push diamond .drill  operations on the Gold Axe, one of the  properties ��� recently   bonded   by   the  k\  ���i  i'  ?  i  .������� /   <>  "."V  Miss'M. Bateman visited the Boun  vdary'iruifc belt during'the week/  Mrs. W. J. Prendergast and children  ton.  The insane desire to be handsome  has1 made more than one' of onr town  se Roof  Is Over  left on Tuesday for a sfiay on the coast.j , .���*    " . ...   ',.���  r . , , '      -', .   .    '    'girls do some down right crazy thing.  Miss K. Mackenzie of Nelson is spend-i The powder and rou��e sheared on the  v  ".J  !V  im;  l^  C       '">  ''' \  3pend-  dnga holiday with tier parents in town  Mrs. D. vMcInnes and Mrs. Frank  .McDonald returned (on Saturday from  Spokane.  . , '    h   . !  Alexander McDonald, of Montreal,  "brother of Mrs. J. Bassett, is visiting  >at Hartford.       '  ,. 'Mr. O. *F. Edwards/ accompanied by  Harold, are visiting at Trail. They left.  .-on Tuesday.  J     L   '  *T'  ���*>   ''.  S,.  ' r    ^ 1,    <  rj          f   �� <j     !  If..;   < '   J.  ;>/y. i  I*-    ' *  H.  . i,  .��*  ^���:i  Ivrt"  ^1*  'j'wr'  if. ( "V.-J"   ,  if. *' f,i' ,r���  .!' '  '''. ''  l,J*Vn' '���'���  i '.  t <  Lostj.ori'Sunday,.July,30th, a littlfe  \ l       'girls' bracelet.-^ Finder will please re-  ,'.'','        i!tiirn same to Pioneer office.,  -��� ',v. J     r�� .' ���* i    ,   x. ,-- ., <��'-    wi     ,, ;.  >   ^      .;   y; Manager Brine, of the Eastern Tdwh-  '<'   /'     -ships Bank, returned oh Monday wi��h  'Mrs. Brine from Spokane. '  ,.    .-.'   J, "Miss EliaDolan/ after visiting her  : ' aunt, Mrs. D. J.' McDonald, returned  ^ <      * * <to her home in Spokane on Tuesday.'  For.Sale-i-Team of Horses, iriJ good  ^'condition, weight 1100 lbs. each; a bargain. Apply C. A; Ross, Phoenix, B. C.  Charles/Knight,   who    left  a  few  ���i]weeks; ago ,for the Old Country, re-  ,/' \turned on Monday last accompanied  ',   VbyMra:knight^; , /'   ][,  - '*    We are requested to state that after  '"/��� Aii^KlOth, all 'complimentary tickets  * will bb, issued frohi the Box  Office,,  ; 'Miners* Union hall.  " ^^ ', John M. .Anderson is apatient in the  vlocal, hospital,;having met with a.seri-  / ' "ous accident on Monday last while employed at the Gold Drop. ".    '���'*" /  "Fred Fredericks   arrived  home on  'v-:.  i> x  freckled cheeks is too apparent' a deception for a prudent young man not  to see through, lie hates the taste. A,  freckled face with common sense is'  handsomer than the best powder can;  make a face.  The Marshall-Hower camping party  returned home on Wednesday evening., They report an excellent time,1  fishing was good, both catching and  eating, but the fish.preservative apparatus designed by Arkansaw did not  come up to expectations. Mr.'.Marshall  says he understood. fish had no,, language, but the fish Arkansas cured  spoke very forcibly. -v '  M.' W.' Iiudfow.y wlio has -been a  partner in a hotel business at Republic,  Wash., for several months, returned  on Tuesday to Denoro, where he 'will  reopen his hotel and supply/ accommO-  dation for miners with the resumption  of operations at the Emma mine. - For  nearly a dozen years Mr. Ludlow conducted a hotelat Denoro, but closed it  last fall. He will shortly apply for &  license.        ,-    y   - '<.'',-'  , Says,the Greenwood Ledge^ "Keep  in the, sunlight; nothing beautiful or  sweet grows' or ripens in the dark."  What about mushrooms, Bob. Yes,-  and newly hatched chicks? . We would  extend the latter question into the  realms,.of anthropology, but' as it  might involve an apology vto the Phoenician Grundy, we refrain. Then,  again, there is Laurier's separate  school clause in the Alberta and Sas-  , Monday; from' Vancouver and" other  points.   He purchased five horses ��t I J^^^^tf^^~ "^^~ ^  * Kamloops for the Granby company.     J __.&*.o  T. A. Love, formerly editor of the! The moving picture show on Satur-  , Phoenix Pioneer, and who was re- day last, proved very moving, infact  i cently married at Morden,, Man., ar- everyone who had the misfortune to  be present was moved to anger, for of  rived in town on Saturday, on a visit  fco the scene of his former labors. He  is accompanied by Mrs. Love.  i\ The horses in Phoenix are in a class  by,themselves, one of them apparently  is possessed of a , conscience, for after  , wandering Aimlessly around town in  * direct.violation of the city ordnance,  it found its way to the city pound and  surrendered voluntarily to the powers  that be.  Dr. r Dickson has been engaged for  fche past few days in placing the recently arrived motorette in running  order. The vehicle is a pretty specimen of the builder's art, and there is  no doubt that when fully understood it  will perform creditably all that is  claimed for it.  While some boys were playing at  Anaconda the other day, one of them  named Williams, found some fuse and  caps and proceeded to investigate  what they were made of. The result  was an explosion which blew off part  of the boys' thumb and two of his  fingers. His injuries are so serious  that there is danger of him losing the  hand.  Enquirer.���Most certainly the phenomena did occur about three years  ago. It was expected three weeks'  sooner. The planet Duncana Rossius  collided with the planet Martini Bur-  relli. Duncana Rossius has never been  seen since.  O. B. Smith, general superintendent  all the unblushing pieces of graft this  show proved the limit. .Orie wished  that time would turn backward for the  night and give us a chance to join in  the howl of disapproval with which the  small fry greeted its termination.  Such expressions as rotten,-fake, worst  yet, are by no means dignified, but they  had the merit of being truthful and  certainly descriptive. The so > called  coronation procession " looked suspiciously like the late king's funeral,  with  the  speed  increased,   and   the  hearse left at home.   ^  Accepts Challenge.  The English football team have accepted the challenge of the Welsh  Leeks, and will play them on any  ground. Money to be posted at the  Pioneer office, Aug. 10th.. All communications are to be addressed to  Chas. Davidson, manager of the English team.   ���$>   Conservative Association.  There will be a meeting of the  Association in the Scandinavian  Hall, on Monday next, August 7th,  at eight o'clock. A full attendance  of all supporters of the Conservative  party is requested. Business of importance will be brought before the  meeting.  A. S. HOOD, President.  w. x. McDonald* see.  Q.-^What would the  Landlord do if all, the "Knockers" died���  They 'won't leave.  Ans.��� Reduce the rent, of course !  ' .     ,. -    ,  Q.���Would your house sell for the amount paid in  a couple of  years use of it?  i i   ' . '  Arts.���Certainly not!  Q.���Why?  Ans.���Mr.. *'Knocker,"L recently returned from some "Blankity  fine place," (where the*������Eats" were uncertain) tells us, while he is "resting'* spelled with a "U" for the "E" and an "L"' in front of the "T")  how much better we could do "any place else but here."  --^���^-----_-^___-��������_-��_^__��-��-_mm--Mt__-_��w__����*-��_��_��m-_��m__��-��--a-r  ^K' u Strange, isn't it~how we gulp it down���and keep on coughing  up twenty-five to fifty per cent for the use of what we have the means to  huy-r-while we?dream about the "stake" wecame to make.  I    We'll make it all right !    :  Sure!���for the 25% fellow,.any way.  Q0t this���Backing /the   Foreign   "Booster"   and   the   Home  i f   -  "Knocker" is a loosing combination.  ' *'' X. V ' ' * T  t  /AISO Get Busy��� For this is a good  town.    The best yet���  else why do we stay? ,  i Plan.yburself a HOME, and let me figure with you.  If you have a Home, build another for the chap who "came to  -> ,  make a stake"���and let him make YOURS.  'PHONE NO. 81  P. O.  BOX NO. 329  WILKIE  THE  BUILDER  RETAIL LUMBER DEALER CABINET MAKER  AND REAL ESTATE BROKER  Phoenix Cartage Co.  If you require any Heavy Teaming or Hauling done,  let us do it for you. That is our business, and we  have the equipment to execute all orders satisfactory.  We also have a supply of first-class Cordwood, short  or long, and can deliver it on short notice. 'Phone  your order to  s  cEIro'  PHONE  @nn  9  e  j In Canada, $2.00 per ��r.  In U.S. $2.50 per Yp.  T  HiP  ?3K & ■
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Hoadachos, Neuralgia, Insomnia, &c. ■
If your dealer doos not keep them, we will
mail you a box (18 powders) on receipt of 25c
I J. L. MATHIBU Co. Props., .Sherbrooke.
militia a few years ago, but was
thrown out by Sir Wilfred Xaurier
because he refused to mix ipolitics
in military matters. Sir Wilfred in
explaining to the House the reason
for the officer's dismissal referred to
him as a '"Foreigner," thereby
branding every British born resident -in .Canada as a |'foreigner"
also. ,       .
Cochrane's Secret War Plan
It would be   interesting to   know
at this time what was the nature   of
the secret   war   plan which was devised   by   Admiral    Cochrane,     the
grandfather   of the   present cavalry
leader, Lord Dundonald.    The plan
in question was fiirst investigated in
.1811   by a   war  committee   sitting
en camera, which included the Duke
of York, Lord Keith  and   Lord Ex-
mouth, the   admiral who   destroyed
Algiers and released 1,500 Christian
slaves.     The committee agreed that
it  would   perform   all   that" it   promised,   and   destroy    any    fleet or
fortification, but   rejected   it   on account-   of   its   inhumanity.       When
Admiral      Cochrane    entered      the
Chilean service he   gave a pledge to
the Prince Regent of England not to
diyulge the   plan to any other country.      Again,   at   the   time   of   the
Crimean   war the   plan was.put for-
\ward, but again rejected on account
of its barbarity.      It is said that the
late Queen Victoria was   staggered
when the plan was   unfolded to her,
and   it   is   to   her   uncompromising
aversion that its  use was prevented
in    1855.       Lord    Dundonald,    the
grandson of Admiral Cochrane, was
the  commander    of  the    Canadian
Canadian Northern Merger.
Plans have been completed by Sir
Wm. Mackenzie and R. J.   Fleming
for merging  Toronto   Railway Co.,
Toronto Power Co., Electrical   Der
velopment    Co.,   Toronto   Electric
Light   Co.,   Metropolitan    Railway
Co., Toronto and Scarborough Railway Co., Mimico   Electric Railway,
and    the   Toronto   and    Suburban.
In addition   to  this group   the projected Toronto and Eastern Railway,
a Mackenzie &   Mann   road, will be
operated  in   connection with -Canadian Northern.   The People's Radial
Railway Co., which   has been planned    to    operate , through    middle
western Ontario, may also drop into
the Mackenzie-Mann hands.
Schmidt's Law.
Schmidt's law for. finding a vein
after it has been faulted or dislocated runs as follows: If the dislocation or fault is struck on the
hanging wall it must be passed
through and • the driving continued
on the hanging wall side of the
faulted lode. , If the foot wall of the
fault is struck it must be passed,
through and the driving continued
on the foot wall  of the faulted vein.
Dr. de Van's Female Pills
tA reliable French regulator; never fails.   These
pills are exceedingly powerful in regulating the
generative portion of the female system.   Refuse
all cheap imitations.   I>r. de Van's are sold at I
$5 a box, or three for $10.    Mailed to any address. I
Th» Soobell Drug Co., St. Catharines, Ont. I
We must make room for our very large stock of NEW
FALL GOODS which are arriving daily, and in, order to do
so we have placed on our tables at tempting prices :
Remnants of All Kinds.
150 MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS AT  76c ^      >
R.  V. CHISHOLM, Prop.
200 yds. Curtain Scrim, 13£c.
■*AT -75Qvy jv ?#» ._,.., '^n^y   ,?.'j ,;.<,-  "
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Children Straw and Muslin Hats
Must Go At Cost.
The balance of our MEN'S  STRAW AND  DUCK   HATS
will be cleared at Manufacturing prices.
Morrin, Thompson & Co
This is the Largest and Newest Hotel in the city,
heated by steam, and well furnished thoughout
for the accommodation of the public. Everything
Neat, Clean and Up-to-Date. Meals served at
all hours.
Bar Stocked with Choicest Liquors and Cigars
Steam  Heated, Electric
Telephone 48 and 26
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£38$ the American flag would wave over  the Dominion of Canada., Since then  hundreds of men in ihe United  States have spoken in, the same  strain. Altogether the outlook for  Canada is anything but promising,  but   we  have    no   doubt  that   the  u J  splendid loyalty which strongly  characterizes the Canadian" people  will triumph, and that' Canada will  continue in the policy ,which has  placed her in the proud position she  holds today. '    '   ,    ,  - >f  THE PHOENIX PIONEER  arid  Boundary Mining Journal  "  issued weekly  at Phoenix, British Columbia  Subscription, 2.00 per year  ,     ,2.50 to ,United, States.  j<       G. Kay, Publisher.  .'     ', ADVERTISING SCALE"     ,  , Application for Liquor Licence (30 days) ..$4.00  - Certificate of Improvement notice (60 days) $7.50  Application to Purchase Land notices (60 days)   ., $7.50  ' ^Delinquent Co-owner notices (90 days) ���$10.00  * Small Water Notices (30 days)'A..'.' $7.50  V> All other legal advertising, 12 cents a line,  1 single* column, for the" first insertion; i and 8  *      *> <i ,>'',%'; <        -        ' ;'   '   *��� <        ���>  cents a line for each subsequent insertion,, non-  ipareiT measurement.     - '  in  ii'  if  "4   ��"  *   ^  . y^  M  t i   I,  :\.   ,Saturday, ,August 5, 1911,    \  ?  aamaamma_mMmaaasaam������wamMmwaMaaMMWaamaamwamamawmamm��������"--������������amaaamm���������wamwaawaamamm  **4   ^XL, -/'" . Reciprocity:-      '' -  t$., An ^eastern    contemporary says:-  ^AVThiatVoncey let Lthe.government  at  . \Yashingtbti have a hand in the coh-  ' structibtfbf a'J "CanadianV'ta'rifF,- they  m will never relinquish  the privilege."  vThis statement'is reasonable; and is  y-by no'means a stretch of the'imagination.'   Taft'has done his part well, I tion  they   seem   to  ' the U.S.-senate have also performed idelightt in   dumping  on  our shores  theirs, and now its up   to the Cana- / the vilest scum' of Europe;  ' dian"electors to  decide once and for I -  ��           all the fate of this iniquitous attempt    < A Blessed Trinity.  Canadian Emigrants���Galicians  Last week   we*called attention to  *  the ridiculous methods employed, or  rather the absence of methods,' in  choosing the emigrants who are to  help populate this Dominion of ours.  We referred to those bright looking  and troublesome Doukhobors, and  the rotten watch , keptl on /Chinese  emigration at .Vancouver. Take  I another example ' of Laurier's emiT  grants^���the J Galicians. Why on  earth an agent is sent to the semi-  barbaric- country - of ,Galicia to in-  duce its people, to settle in Canada,  we khow'riot.' The; reports of the  North West Mounted Police of the  Galiciah * settlers', ;is ' any thing" - but  , *."-       "   '        '���i'.'-' '  .     r' *        ''  promising, -with its list' of- brutal  murders,,thefts1, etc;, to ,say nothing  of the unmentionable -crimes which  these people are addicted to." It has  been said that - this" is.the people,to  whom St. Paul wrote his* famous  epistle, and' if this is, true,' then we*  wonder why the good PauLdid not  visit them with ' a good sized clubl  The Laurier government has ^shbwn  a miserable lack of taste in its choice  of emigrants, and ever since the  inception of the  Liberal administra-  have   taken   a  tf   <  ,  f ���  i;  li x  |��  !   \  J-  J*   ' '  '^M^^flY?'&Syil' "i  Vv-y;..  ;ir;'l:.:'f  to subvert our loyalty, supplant our  flag,   anid  incidentally  place   us   at  the tender mercy of an unscrupulous  school, of   American    trusts.      Of  what  use  is' reciprocity to   us?    It  would be idle to deny that the U.S.  will not benefit^ and if it is only' our  natural  products  that- are   wanted  in the States   then the  simple solution would be for the U1S. to  take  the duty off those articles they stand  in need of.     But   it   is   no   use disguising the  fact  that reciprocity is  a scheme devised for the sole purpose of covering a great   movement  which has as its objective the severing of the ties which   bind us to the  old land.      In support of this statement we  have  the words  of President Taft himself.    In a speech intended to  influence   the Senate   he  said   that  if  they   threw   out   reci-  procity they  lost the   last chance of  preventing a  preferential tariff ring  around the British Empire.   Speaker  CJark of the U.S.  House   of Representatives, and a prospective candidate for   the   American   presidency,  staggered   Canada with   the   brutal  assertion, that  the ONE reason   he  weconied   reciprocity was  the  fact  that it would hasten   the time when  Theodore Roosevelt, Andrew Car-  negie and -Jim Hill^ have all congratulated President Taft on ,the  passing of the reciprocity bill. When  such a trinity, of poor "but honest  men like these recommend a thing,  it surely merits the most careful  consideration by the voters of  Canada. It might not be amiss if  we were to ask , Bill Miner what he  thinks about reciprocity.  *^**  Alien Labor Law Violated.  Mr. Barnard, M. P. for Victoria,  made a complaint in the House last  week that the alien labor law was  being violated in British Columbia,  and said that its defects made it  most difficult to secure convictions.  Several Conservative members argued that it was too much to expect a private individual to commence prosecutions against a great  corporation.  toWHamrinmivmttixKM vttgx.iag  s Liquor, Tobacco  Permanently  dis-  {iels the need for  t counteracts the  effects almost instantly���removes all cravings.  After taking the treatment there will never be any  need to drink intoxicants or use drugs again. Can  be given secretly. We have yet to hear of one  failure. Mailed under separate cover to anyad-  dress. Price $5.00 box, or 8 boxes for $10.00. X-MJ  Qoobell Utvuss Co., Sit, CafeSrorines, Ont.  CRAFT  CLOTHES  THE  CLOTHES  OF  MERIT.  j  ,T?AILORING   that   is   decidedly  better  that  the  price would  , f. seem to  warrant, style that you   can see   at  a  glance and  firthat is seldom equalled���these are some of the   reasons  why  you should give "Style -Craft" Clothes a trial.     They fit  .-you when they're nevy���fit you when they're old, and  give such  ..measure of genuine satisfaction as has never been   equalled before in our experience.    You can come in  here and look to your  . hearts content, and if you're not satisfied with what you see you  won't-be asked, to buy.  N. J. Carson  FISHING TACKLE!  ���[[ To bring in the fish you want to go with the right tackle.  Right now we are showing a complete line of tackle and  accesssories for spring and summer fishing. We can furnish everything but the bait.  *JT Don't forget that we carry a fine line of Kodaks and  supplies.     Our prices are reasonable.  - W Stop and look at the display of Fine Glassware in our  windows. These goods are all high-class, and of finest  quality.     No home should be without them.  Writing? Paper in Latest   Al Al   I  Shapes and Tints &*&*,��   Mlml  T  PHOENIX DAIRY  W. A. McKAY & SONS, Props.  Hello! Didyou try a pint of our in ilk? You did ! Well,  you will readily admit that it cannot he excelled anywhere for richness, quality and purity. What's your  'Phone number?   F 32. We deliver milk dailv.  Go.  !  %$  nP  ?.riMS  390.  -vO.  &p*>  ft**,  (US  HI "TW"���  TH"  . ) / i   '       I   - I i  i    *' - if i ,  /:  <��� ���>  ~ v*   i  Safe Side  In making your purchase  of Beer. Buy where the  reputation of many years  stands.ready to guarantee  THE PURITY  of OUR BEER        ' t  /  <  Our Beer is pure and satisfies the thirst. Be sure  our label is on the Beer  you drink���it. means ,an  assurance of good,quality.  'PHONE 23  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  LIMITED ���     -  CANADIAN PACIFIC  RAILWAY.  GOING  If so Travel   in   Comfort   and  Style.     Costs no  more for the!  Best.  Low Return Eatesl  NOW IN EFFECT.  Tickets on Sale July 19, 20,  26, 27, 28. August and ottier  Dates gladly furnished on ap-|  plication.  Tickets  are   good   via Crow's j  Nest or Revelstoke routes, and  good on  Great Lakes Steamships. Stop-overs allowed with- j  in   Limits,   and you  can   vary;  your Route Returning.    ���  TAKE   THE   DIRECT   WAY.  For further particulars apply to]  J. E. CARTER  Depot Ticket Agt.  Phoenix. W.J. WELLS  Dist. Pass. Agt.  Nelson  ' Deaths from- the plague in India  for the half year, to June 30th totalled 650,690. J  C. M; Schwab says he bought at  a low figure $25,000,000 worth  ofj  fine iron  ore in Sweden^ for immediate   shipment ��� to   the   Bethlehem  steel works.        '  For the first time on record snow  fell in , Ottawa, on July 26th. the  temperature, however, rdid not reach  freezing point, and. no damage was  recorded. , *      "  ��� " i*  On July 26th, the steamship Victoria, arrived at Seattle from1 the  north, bringing more than $200,000  worth  of gold from Nome. and St.  Michaels.        -.' .   '  , . The Coldwater1 Hotel at Merritt  has been sold to a Calgary concern  for $8,000. The; sale 6i this building and lot establishes a high water  mark in Merritt real estate.  ..Examination .of old U.S. treasury  records ,has disclosed the fact that  the elder W. H. Vanderbilt once  owned $48,050,000 in government  bonds, on which he received interest  at the rate of $1,922,000 a year.  ., August Jackson, of the Central  Hotel, Rossland, who was recently  fined $250 by Magistrate Plewman,  for selling intoxicating liquors to an  interdicted person, is going to ap-  appeal against the decision.  The. feature of the annual report  of the superintendent of police, just  made public, draws attention to the  increasing use of cocaine in Montreal. Chief Campeau says in part:  "Since July last the police of Montreal have made over 15<? arrests on  charges of using or selling this  drug.*' -':  Falling from a balloon 700 feet in  the air, Harry Darnell, a veteran  balloonist, was dashed to death at  Plainfield, 111. . Every bone in his  body was^broken. He had promised  to make a double "flop flop" in the  air and catch the trapeze with his  toes. He leaped, turned twice, and  then missed the bar.  A 10,000 barrel gusher has just  been discovered in the Lost Hills  country, in Northern Kern county,  Cal. The property is near that of  the Universal Oil company, which  recently brought in a 5,000 barrel  gusher. A frantic call for teamsters  and shovelers was sent to nearby  properties, and efforts are being  madeto throw up a levee and save  the product. Great excitement has  been caused, and an exodus to the  fields has taken place.  According to the statement of  Commander Yang of the Chinese  cruiser Hai Shin, the first Chinese  war vessel to be constructed in the  U.S., is to be built in the New York  shipyards^ at Camden, New Jersey.  The new vessel will be twenty  months in construction, and will be  a cruiser of the third class, of 2,400  tons. Two sister ships are being  constructed in'England.  Proper Clothes for Men  Whether you are well' dressedi or not is determined more by  where" you buy your clothes than  by what you .pay for them.  No matter what you pay us for a suit you may be sure that "it's ,  ' the best to be had for the money.^    Best in material, workman-  ,     ship and styie.    All we ask is a chance to show you.    If you  -    are-looking for a suit we can suit you.    "     "���' ,,���   '  ;?r  !, '/>(  Negrligfee Shirts, $1.00; SI.25; S1.5Q and up.  Underwear, Balbrigrgan, Merino, LIGHw3^GHT  Straw Hats, 25c to $2.     Linen Hats, 50c up.  XhOS-   BrOWfl        Men's Wear Exclusively  The King's Hotel  UNDER   NEW  MANAGEMENT  The undersigned begs to announce that, he has purchased the  business and goodwill of the King's Hotel from Messrs. Shea  and Williams and hopes by careful attention to business and  courteous consideration, of patrons to receive a continuance of.  the generous patronage which the King's has enjoyed in the past.  F. M. Harrison  letor  Your  Should come from healthy and vigorous Stock,  handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY  manner.    Separated  Cream insures purity and  quality. The Dairy produces both.  THE  DAIRY      J. W. Hannam, Prop.  ���H  HAVE YOU DECIDED ON A  RING, BROOCH, LOCKET, EARRINGS,  OR A DIAM   ft�� ill COED WATCH?  Prices on  Diamonds have  been  rising  rising still.     No man knows when they  for over ten years and are  will stop rising. Yet Diamonds are sold by us at the same prices that were asked last season,  because we saw how things were going and bought accordingly.  We buy them direct from headquarters and save you the middleman's  profit. A Diamond, is about the only form of investment certain not  to depreciate in value. Inspection Invited.  E. A. BLACK  The Jeweler  makes a specialty of Printing   Letterheads,  Memos.  Billheads, etc., etc.  ' 'Mm  ������ mm  ���mm  mi  s^1  ���iila'Gfvre'*.. '>"',   V>V.^Uul]^rX'l^MlW^J?^ W.-W.^ww^n,  . m nJ&IXilft  laiaSHif  11-��  1.      H,<  K   f  Regular communication at 8  -   p.m.i. Second Thursday of  , '>     '' *   each month.,  Emergent meetings assailed; Masonic  Half, McHale, Block.  v  {   i y      e  J./J. Stbutzei.;  * Secy.  V  '    J. S. Boycb,  MMBIER-CARIBOO TO  BUILD CONCENTRATOR  ���-, i i>   '  '     tfS   'c  / ir *  I O.OF.  Snowshoe Lodg:o  1 Meets  every Monday  Evening  at  Miners'^ Hall. /Visiting brethren cor:  dially invited. ^'V    ' *       >,      �� <  v Wm. Van Wagenen," Noble Grand  A.'Li McKfrmon, Fin'.'Secy.  W. J. Rutherford, Rec. Secy. ,  Daughter* o-f Rebekah  . 1  Phoenix Lochjre No. 17  Meets in " the  Miners'   Union' Lodge  , rHall First and Third Wednesdays.,  Mrs. Pyper, N.G.':    Miss M. Mackenzie, Sec'y  Capacity of New Tramway to be  About 200 tons per day���Mill  ;;    Treatment 100 Tons per  24-Hours.  ,1  ii  - 'k  FRAtERN^ ORDER  OF EAGLES  " L'  r i  i  Si" "*  -*r  T   *  Phoenix Aerie No. 158 . \  Meets in Union Hall, Friday Evenings.  Visiting brothers/are always welcome.  John Lovb, W.P.  a,  f ,  l T. B. CosgroShb, W. Secy.  ^   ?  i, *  /   <  V   ^���  <      K  ������ ev- ;  1 'llf;.      'I      l      > V J  S J .      * r A> \'      ,'   ,       ,  .    I L  i- "I.   .  c..-   t y  'r- X        '.���  '-C    <  K.   Of .-V-���-AW,  Mo. 28    ��ts'%  <-UT  ; Meets.jr,.uksday Evening^atJ.7.30.  Sojouming   brothers (cordially, wel-  \ corned. ?"J .-       "-v ^ ?- '^.^ *-  J. E. Carter, K. of K^s:  1 *' f >.  G.4kAY,C.C.  1/ "* ��  |MJ  '  r., j  <  1 *v -  i^'r;  / /f-  PYTHIAN SISTERS  Mountain Temple kodise No. 17  <> Meets in Pythian Hall/Lower Town,   *���  Rambler-Cariboo Extension stock  istthe latest'offering on the Spokane  and, other   stock   markets.      The  Rambler-Cariboo Extension consists  of a number,of claims  adjoining the  Rambler-Cariboo, and which are so  situated as to   be  capable  of easy  development and shipping by means  of tbe "Rambler  long tunnel.   .Tlie  gamble is  considered   a good  one,  as aside from being in a good neighborhood,, the indications are  so far  that not a great, deal of development  is,necessary.to place the property oh  a 'shipping basis.   -The   ore   shoot j  recently  broken   into  on  the 1,200  foot' lerel' of the Rambler-Cariboo  has   widened   within   a   week from  two   feet .of clean  ore  to  the full  width   of the drift.   ��� This  is, the  second   of the   three  lenses   which  have  been   well  developed   on  the  900 foot level. -   Where  opened  on  the 1,050 level1 the same lens has a  width'of .only-one foot, which gradually widened   to a  maximum  of six  and   one-half feet.    The  ore��is the  usual  high gracle  product ~ of the  Rambler-Cariboo, ranging from 100  ito ISO ouncesv of silver to  the tonV  with  a lead "contents  of 50  and 60  per;^i:ent."   The   mine    is   to   be  equipped as quickly as possible with  a tramway and concentrator.      The  tramway �� will  have  a  capacity   of  about 200 tons per day, and the mill  will be capable of treating 100 tons,  New  A Distinctive  Feature on the  Oriental Limited  �����n,   i  ""���KW ^ '.  Mt<*4IM��*1l��*M��*��tf*.*t��,s)��,  Vacuum Cleaned  i p,  "A newjbroom sweeps clean," but  a vacuum cleaner swallows the  dust ab'd, leaves everything it  touches -7- clothing, upholstery,  carpets���immaculate. Every  day is house cleaning day oh the  Oriental Limited  j ^the Great Northern Railway's  through train to St. Paul, Minneapolis and Chicago.  Every car is new, electric-lighted  and spotlessly clean.    Compart-/  ment - preservation   Car,  Standard and Tourist Sleep-       v  - ing Cars, Dining Car and  Day Coaches���all built  large and strong. -  Make reservations in advance.  - Call or address/*  W.X. Perkins  Agent. '  Hotel Brooklyn  ".,/'     A  1 rg"^ir"��*z  J is   -'���  First and Third Thursdays.  MM,Sam,in ;Mrs.A.D.M^enzie|per   twenty   four   hours.     It   is  en-  DRAYING  *     f  Of all kinds promptly attended  to.- Rapid Express and Baggage Transfer. Careful attention to all'orders.     Phone A65  ��t   -    t       y ,. ,��      s ��  tjL     ,  ; James, C McKeown  WOOD  First-class Fir and Tam-  arac Wood, $5.00 per cord  t,  Pine Wood,  $4.50 per cord.  Pine Wood,  double cut,   per  cord, $6.00.  WOOD DEUVEREP  ON   SHORT.  NOTICE. 'Phone & 321  ��%OS��i8089Ql restores every nerve in the body  -1 I-** ..*- t? it8 Pr��P��T t����sion; restores  vim and vitality. Premature decay and ail sexual  weakness averted at ence. FSmsplsoaoB wiil  aMkavott a new man. m Price J8 a box. or two for  m.  Mail��td to any address.��Vba ScODttll Mffms  tirely likely, therefore, that the net  earnings of the Rambler will be  close to $200,000 a month as soon  as the equipment of the property is  completed, and the ore shoots on  the~l,400 feet level are opened up.  This level being where the development work is mainly concentrated.  The Only First-Class and Up-To-Date  Hotel in Phoenix.  ., New^from, cellar  ^tt^fobf.     Best Sampler RobtoS^ in the"  -  ��� ;  Boundary,   Opposite   Great   Northern  ' Depot.      '.'   '.'      Modern Bathrooms.  W r f.    r I v *  STEAM HEATED.      ELECTRIC LIGHTED  James Marshall, Prop.  Phoenix, B.C.  New Cunarder Launched.  ��� The 18,150-ton JLaconia, the latest  addition to the Cunard fleet-was  successfully launched last week in  England. ' Like her sister ship, the  Franconia, the Laconia has been  primarily built - for the Boston-  Queenstown-Liverpool service. The  ceremony was performed by Mrs.  Whitelaw   Reid, wife  of the  U. S.  r * ^  ambassador to England. She is the  first British ship to be fitted with  anti-rolling tanks, an arrangement  by which the motion of the steamer  is automatically counteracted. Another ship, the Aquitania, is being  built on the Clyde, and when  finished will .be the largest ship in  the world.  RUBY ROSE CREAM and  ROYAL ROSE TALCUM  'WaaJammmammWkaWmammaaWammmmama^^  V   *   MEANS    r .'-."-.  LIFE AND HEALTH TO THE SKIN  ' The best combination to use after shaving.  FOR SALE AT  LOVE'S  DRUG  STORE  The Mother Lode mine in the  Sheep Creek camp is being equipped  with an up-to-date reduction plant.  A large tonnage'or ore is-now available for mining above the 450-ft.  level.  FINEST GRADE OF CIGARS  IN   THE BOUNDARY  AGENTS   FOR   THE   CELEBRATED  S-fAZELWOOD   IOE CRlSAI  AND SOFT PRIMICS ��ft  /rt  PLACER REVIVAL IN  BIG BEND COUNTRY  Testing of Old French/Creek  ,   Probable Expenditure of  $750,000.  '  The    Mail   Herald,    Revelstoke,  has the following interesting  piece  of news,  which   vve  give   in  part:  Should   the test   work which E. A.  Bradley  intends  doing in   the very  near future   on    the   Pioneer placer  tpines  up   the   Big   Bend   produce  anyways" near the  results that. are  confidently  expected, this  city will  once again   put on   the old time appearance of the early days when the  money flowed like water, and every  other   man's   pocket   contained   its  quota of the yellow metal.     In days  gone   by   tbe   Big   Bend   was   the  ' t ~ f  Mecca   pf   the    mining   man;    he'  flocked  in   there   by the  thousand,  '. - ��� ,-' ��� '        '  picked away for a few months, and  came  out rough   and   uncouth, but  with   enough ;of the .metal to   keep  him going for a year or two.   There  is not a   mining' man,   who has had  experience  up- the   Bigr"Bend,  but  who  does not  believe  in its possibilities; he knows , as if by intuition  that the place is not played out.  Old  French creek is where these placers  are situated.. Prospectors have only  touched the edge of it and taken out  fortunes, but there are millions left,  awaiting   the , touch   of capital  and  the introduction of machir^er^y.'? For  years, owing to the  natural difficul-  \ ties that   require   to   be  overcome,  this  country   has   been-  practically  abandoned by capital.     Mr.' Bradley  and  associates   have-expended   upwards of $150,000 in exploring and  developing  the  lower  end    of the  creek, and it is the intention to test  the gravel by the use of a big Keystone drill.    All  deep work   so  far  has proven values of 60 cents to the  cubic yard, and  it is found   that on  French   creek    there   are   between  50,000,000 and 75,000,000 yards of  gravel   unexploited.      If,   as   confidently   expected,    the    same   high  values are   maintained, the   Pioneer  placer mines are sold out at a figure  which will mean  the expenditure of  between  $500,000 and $750,000 in  the coming season.     If the   results  of the drill are satisfactory the company will   install  a large   hydraulic  plant for   the working   of the hold-  BUSINESS  IMPROVING  {H  Those desiring Plumbing or  Tinsmith work done, will please  call up Phone A 10, where their  wants will receive prompt attention.   I will devote the whole  ,   of my time to the business.'-5  <��� ��� > - "''' \  Ralph E. Pope  'PHONE/A10.  Lumber and Wood  When in need of LUMBER,  LATH, SHINGLES, CORD-  WOOD   or   SLABWOOD    I  can   fill your  order promptly.  C.A.ROSS        Phone A44  qsarodt? pojnsaj ^aadoad ��xa pi?q j  *C   i.i.1<Z.  iJ '<,'(  ���.i-.y.:  I did NOT have my property Insured  - against Fire with *  D. J. Matheson, S^K^'sTa  * I- . <��� -V  i   ;  i    _   ;i  9  s  Tonsorial  Parlor  Lower  Town  ings.  Mayor Fines Himself.  Twenty citizens of Revelstoke  were haled into court last .week, all  charged with riding bicycles on the  side walk. The mayor, who was  one of the offenders, presided over  the court and started things off by  imposing a fine of $5 and costs upon himself. Three aldermen were  also fined $2.50 and costs, and the  balance of the offenders paid $1 and  costs.' ���  Begs to announce that he is  now in a position to attend to  your wants, and is confident  that he can give satisfaction.  A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU  One Minute's Walk from Brooklyn.  AS. HOOD  Fire, Life and Accident In-,  surance.      General Agents.  Bank Block, Phoenix, B.G.  Home-Loving People!  Sale of Rugs and Carpets���Why most helpful ?     Because  this great sale reveals our largest collection  of Rugs and  Carpets ; and prices are the lowest we've ever quoted for a  spring sale.     Home-loving people who have looked elsewhere came here to  buy !     They're enthusiastic over the  thorough completeness, the reliable qualities and genuine  economies disclosed in this pnce-a-year affair! ' Settle the  Rug and  Carpet question  here  tomorrow���in a pleasing  economic way.  GIF  Si  m  re  is Interested and should know  about the wonderful  MARVEL Whirling Spray  The new Vaginal Syringe.   Best  ���Most convenient.   It cleanses  Instantly.      Ask your  "1 druggist fori]  Alaska is in   the same latitude as  Sweden, Norway and Finland.  If he cannot supply th��  M A RVE L accept no other,  but send stamp for illustrated  book���sealed. It gives full partlc-  ulars and irtirectious invaluable to ladles.  WINDSOR SUPPLY CO.,  Windsor. Oat. General Agents for Ca  Ph0eiiix-  Green wood  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 9.30 a,m.  lower town, 10.00 a.m.  a  n  ^Standard Time  Leave Greenwood 3.Q0p.m.  PROMPT  ATTENTION   TO  EXPRESS  AND  FREIGHT  B  ii w y  ***** nvH  ">-,  '.&i  -/  "is-  .-.<���  if-  ,      ���   rmA-YTY  1��t4  BH'��'.Jl-|��-fi(�� m@mm  HHBB  f;,A-,;i,,^..yy;sy  '^ly^^^'^'^'V!^.  gillp^^  ; :       .,..,,���.   ffM'i'/y'y* mammal  iysftp.:!  ���&#i/Sli.tif''-2.'  |^Y<ertiseShoty;;;bride'.':':^r1  . rJi0&y?Y^::i &y0-y '���$ ;:My :iv-'.-^.  ;;:^s^-.ir��  particu  man  ariW>aft:icl'e^^  Or^a^palir^  '"'yjjy.'yylll  wants  I|l%��flff8l$��^^  v-lv'.y^''.'-.>i"r >"'/ w^/;/^^.'^vil;l^^^)iVJ;"���^,'.'>l^i���'^J���t  1 ftfc^^^ffe^W^MffiWfeV^  FK'-VK'.-'ft^r-  y,m0M  fiifStltlll!^  y-^i^-^Vy/jK'' f* W^v'ft*v^V^^i;��:^/^.*^^ ; ;-.��>'-/��;>V- ^y':?:Vys?^c^>yV^y ~jy;y :.^yK:v  '"���:-' ,���: '&>.  |^c^eir|mr^  '?';;.,��'  ^r.^/f?>^- ;^.^i^^rV^^'^;^^i'^;r^-'K-^'-r^^-t"^'iy^^1^^  ^ff';^^v^.:>'-^^^.%s%S^^^  ��� .��!!���'��� K ...!",?.">-.*  'i^B^s��a^;ifc:&;^tvr'?ator;.i?afav^ .._. ....' ..   ;.....   ������... ._ ;.v;'...'.j ' l  _ : , '   -.^..���������. ..������^....-...^..,. ���...���.- <..."<.  .-.  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In the  matter- of ah application for  ;flli!&uplic^^  ^^��Sikf'i^)J:Black^rae  ii^int^tibnv !^  month from dat��of;ppm  to issue dtipUcafe c<^ifica^  said^ridsvi88iied?S^  ^rid numbered >1^680a^  meantime receive;v^  WTltmg.���-'��� v^V:;.v.-,; ^v-yy- ^d^y:^:^--.^:.-.'"yy-jy ,y>^  ::-'-^w.-h;::Bdmoni>s,;^.'9^99;--:<  '^���o/v;;>-^y/;\..;;;t^:::<::yyyP  I^nd'Regpstry;  *:rW^.;:>-j--:i? ;^^amIobps^B.;'C.i  i5ANI>:^AT;  vyf-;^^y;:--;^y-^.:^^ -y:-rty:jj r;'- .v^v^-V'���-'���..-���:;������  ^ctobiav::b.vc. :00W: ;:'-"���������: ;.;v-:.;.  .-\.  ^llliltiBTmBIDGi^  ')'&%'*  ^$^;:y^:^vV;v;'9:SayingfSyI>e^  GO^JftRSiEONiDEMS   AtL    OVER    THE   WORLD  ./������.  ^;.9-:'y:o:9^-wv.;;t;9;:.?:NOM  In; thev master for  duplir��.tiB; Certificate of Title ipliot  1475, ; situate in ithev Siihilk#qieetf  formerly   (Os<^os^ D  ;:!tp,;^^le;distrlct^  y:':NOTiGE^is;:;ilie^  my intention at the ^pir^icm of pile  month from date of hublicatibh hereof,  to issue dupli^teCer  to^said LaDds israed to John F^  a,hd Thew3d^  hered 18i74ai unless ihi the mea,htime I  receive valid bbjectioh iin writing.    5  :������; ':.I)istrict.^ Registrars  Land Registry Oflflce,; ^.y���'-.; ^.:vv.^'^h  Kamloops, B. C,; j  July 14, 1911. I  ^lli^^EQIAL-Pil'GESi  ^ vWe aire^^ we are again handling this  fCelebrated^reamery Butter.  Cascade Crearrfieirsf Bytt��r5 35��B pei* lb. . ���  EB^piress Crear^ery Better, 14!fe. fo��xsS4��.25  Ch��ie�� Breakfast Bac��rB9 26c. per SIj.   ;  CarByaeci L��lc5sters8 25��u a.ffid forty "five cerfitsB  Wholesale aiid Retail Butchers and Produce Merchants  >.  i3.:.;:.  IM��-,:'-;.--  sizv^.-;  08 .'  M  a  I  ft  V  V  ���I


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