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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Aug 26, 1911

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 V  <"/  w  - I   . tttr I  ^ )     I      r  '"   ff  '     '   .  XS�� Le^islati  AUG 2f{ jg j,  f  Twelfth -Year  i��r  �����  O1  PHOENIX, B.C., SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, ,19*1  No;, 40  ispsslliipi  .The ;report; ot the ^Minister of  Mines says:. "During the year 1910  development of the" different zones  in Kamloops camp has produced  very favorable results'. While most  of the~ work has been on the surface,  the size,of,the.ore bodies have1 been'  proved. In most cases the work  has been " done r. with plows and  scrapers. Commencing on the east  erfd of the camp, on the Lake View,  a cut 140x10 by three feet, in' widtfi,;  with much commercial ore at the  grass roots.".-'"'      '��������."  Neil,\,,McEacherri * ;ha�� **returriedi  from the Revelstoke/group"? of, igold"  claims to the south ot the city. wheVeg  he has been for some days,arranging*  to commence development work.  -A"  garig'bf men, have been put'to4 work  on the big showing,- aiid J extensive4  work will be   done   this  fall vyith a  view to establishing the extent and  value of. the big ore bodies existing  on the'property."' AVsoon as sufficient preliminary work has been done  the-working force will be increased,  and 'cabins   and   buildings   will   be  erected to acccommodate them. A  ten-stamp mill-will likely, be put onv  the ground ijiext year, and, a permanent rcamp���will be established.-*  ��� :' .jOneJbf the most sensational striken  madeJthis season is reported from  thfet-Rio mine, at McGuigan, where  the contractors uncovered^ magnificent showing of high-grade ore.  The tfirst reports;Jriad .it that the ore  had a widthiof eight inches in the  face, but a few days Jatef, fit had" in-.  creased to twelve inches, and the  latest and-most authoritative reports  place it at from fourteen to sixteen  inches. Ore so far ^shipped .frqin  the Rio has given^hfgh. .values": in  both silver and lead, the last car  netting something like $1500.  The excitement recen'tly produced  by. prominent head lines in the daily  press, concerning, the.-discovery of  platinum and half ay^dozen of the  other rare metals in a dyke near  Nelson ^&j$yn^dwa&y ancl conr  ^MeMef^slblided?^ The scientific  occurrence of these metals 1s about  on at par! with the exi.stence of dia-  monds ,in the -olivine, 'fprmation in  the' Tulameen distpe,^aLnd is apparently in danger bt being similarly  labelled *'of no, cotfiniiercial value,"  says the Vanc,o��ver'World.  .%6n/^ft^{^StVand' most comprehensive exhibits-of-/ore from the  Rossland district has been arranged  by the local Board^pf Trade and  snipped to yancouye^for the forthcoming exhibition. '^Ore is there  from ajl t|ie weltUnp^fn mines of the  camp."lIn'adtjUioiii t^ie",Consolidated  Mining and Smeltimg company of  Trail has sent a'1 Collection of the  various metals as produced by the  Trail smelter. There will also be on  exhibition various kinds of mining  mach1tl;er^;^t|cl tfie fvhote will form  a liberal education to the public who  are not familiar with the mining industry.  ,','���, > i 'r< -  I��ogppess of the C^p^jp  Rumors of Deferred. Elections���Old-Time  Supporters   Declare  ;    They Have Cast Their Last Vote for Laurier���More  ��� Old-Age Buncomb���Reciprocity Groggy., ; .  There ,is,now Jess than -a month  to election day, and from our- ex-  changes.wc learn that candidates  have been nominated .in -nearly all  the constituencies" throughout the  country . by! both the government  and' opposition parties, and there  lare hof likely to be any elections by  acclamation, but a straight,fight to.  a finish. ..;���-,...  'i'lna*number.ofjcases, where dis-  cord exists among bur friends, the  enemy, there, will ~ be three-cornered  contests, which: in^mos|: cases will  be to the* advantage of the straight  Conservative anti-reciprocity and^  anti-boodle anti-graft "candidates.    I  While there; are" some vague rumors .'from-< the direction of Ottawa  that the elections. in ;some of the-  Tidings;- notably Yale-Cariboo - and  Comox-Atlin, will be again deferred,-  there seems to be ,a-greater-/probability that these two 'at least will be  held ^imuitarieously with-, tbe-rresb  oftheM^ominion."  It is interesting and gratifying-to  see how old limeCsupporjtersof Sir  ,\y ilfred Laurier and his government  are stating that they have cast their  last vote for��� him anfd his party, and  if they are proportionately as numerous1 else where:, in rthe   Dominion as-  they are under our own immediate  observation, there is no doubt,  whatever, of the defeat o��,the government, and that R. L. Borden, will  have behind him * a /good working  'rnaibrity. . ' ." "*���  / Sir,Wilfred has again been parading  his  gray  hairs and   old. age..  The,other  day at; Three Rivers, he  inflicted the following on his hearers:  4 * What  has   a  political life   to  offer me? v For fifteen years past  ,   I   have  been  at 'the  head  of the  government.      During that long  ' period I have had   many difficulties'to meet.      Four times I have  crossed  the Atlantic  to represent  my country   in  London.    .    ./ .  -*I shall be seventy  years'; of age  v in ac/ew weeks.   '."   .    /   I don't'  know how much time for work; is.  left me."    And so on ad nauseam.  Not so^fast, Wilfred; Lord Palmer-  ston  bore  the ^weight of the British;  jEmpire . on::ihts! shoulders --��� at-?%0i  "while Mr. "Gladstone wasutenVears'  older than   you when   he  took  the  reins of office for the last'time. - Sir  Wilfreds  pleading  is unworthy of  a British statesman, and closelyre-  sembles the  appeal   of the  criminal  who  asked   mercy from  the judge  for his poor mother's sake.  I Phoenix New School  Phoenix-Greenwood Roads  % Jos., Darraugh,.   road   foreman,  jwhbthfas been, nenovating the main  road between  here   and   Hannam's  ranch says that the work is finished.  Therstage road is   now   a credit to  the province and a boon   to the two  towns.   f  The   highway   has    been  levelled,  graded   and   considerably  widened,   the risk of accident being  reduced to   a minimum.     Not  only  has   he    trimmed    the   road,    but  another thoroughfare has been constructed, branching from   the   main  road below Docksteader's ranch by a  short switch  back   and   running almost   south-west   for   nearly    two  miles.    This new road, which   is to  be  continued   to   Greenwood,   will  benefit  a   number  of ranchers, and  enable the   stores  of wood   in   that  district .to   be easily   tapped.    Altogether the work reflects great credit,  especially "when the small number of  men employed is taken into account.  A  word   of praise   is also due  the  representative     for    this     district,  Ernest Miller, for   his  aid in securing the money grant.  Canadian Forest Surveys.  With   the   increasing number   of  trained    men   available,  from'   the  forestry schools, the forestry branch  of the Interior Department has been  able to largely extend its fiel.d work.  Mr. H. C. Wallin, who has been  with the forestry branch for several  years, will continue the work of  inspecting the timber limits within  the railway belt in British Columbia,  with a view to ascertaining which  of these are suitable for being  thrown ,op'en to settlement as agricultural lands, and which are permanently to be reserved for forest  purposes. The great demand for  land for farming within the British  Columbia railway belt has made  this work one of considerable importance. The examination of  tracts suitable for reserves will also  be carried on.  The' public school is to .resume, on  Monday rnext^ in;, the,-.new building  just.V;cb^pIeted. :  A   visitt Jfco   the  school, will afford * a^ pleasant surprise,   every--effort .of science  and  skill having been, brolught into play,  with a most pleasant' and -surprising  result.  t  Oh- the  lower floor;   and  opening from a^Iarge?entrance hall,  are  two  spacious - and,- lofty   class  rooms: on the, second floor, are two  similar rooms with the addition (qf a  library 18 x 19feet,��� the class rooms  hav,k a measurement?^of 34 ,x;23.  Cloakrooms,^ closets  and   teachers'  room-have; been provided; while' in  the  basementV which   takes in  the  whole space under the school, toilets /  for both  sexes  have been Installed.  The window  arrangements are perfect, an enormous  amount, oflight  flooding the. rooms., It has not been  decided   what \system ; of   heating  will   be * adopted, but  in the meantime* stbvjes-' will 'be ^utilised.    The  building  represents    an  outlay   of  nearly $16,000^ $1^000 of this sum  being secured by .Ernest Miller frotii  the \: provincial , government. .  The  grove, and the.result is evidence of  the wisdom of the school committee's  choice. Andrew Wilkie drew up  the plans, while Al S. Hodd represented -the government. E.' JL  Barnes has been re-appointed principal, with Mrs. J. T. Hawthorne and  Miss McGeer, of Vancouver, assistants.      '    ^     >    *'  ���" ^\ :  Boundary Ore Tonnages  Following are the returns of the  output of the mines and smelters of  the Boundary district for the week  ending Aug. 26, and year to,date;  Granby ,     585,672  Mother Lode  4,480    198,169  Jack Pot ��.......346 s<.  19,036  Rawhide...,   3,201     139,354  Athelstan... :....*.      i�� \    f,210  Napoleon......./:1   #3 >     '7;423  Others ������ ,      1.859  "    Total....,/.,  9,4,93  ,956,323  SMELTER TONNAGES  Granby .577,791  B. C. Copper ,Co?.. , 9,977 :, 390,^7,  ,'w,'  -o-  A lawn without a flower is like a  home without a child.  B. C. Copper Treatment  The B. C. Columbia company's  smelter treated 9,977 tons of ore  this week, as follows: Mother Lode,  4,605, Napoleon, 220; Wellington,  916; Rawhide, 4,186; others, 50.  JFire afegfirjstina  On the mqrnin^^ugT- 2.1st, the :  boathouse and launc#of the Country  Club fit Christinas lake; was' totally  destroyed by fire.  ^The  loss is particularly unfortunate just now, being  in the middle of the  season, as tbe  launch added greatly to the enjoyment of the clu'b members and, their    ^  friends.   The loss is partiaHyco|/er^<jJ^  by insurance in the Ph6en?*.'& Lop-J    ,,"���'.  don.  i�� . r��; ��'4fVi|  v  V  I  -  ^   I:  " I  i  I  ���III  ^    .   *l  -  ���'y  1  -  1- ��� .\  > \  ���J  m  v'>  _     ��r  ��� -13  I  1        ,    . r a  ���**>  The man .who.asks the fewest fay-  ors has, as a r^ale tbe most friends.  &___$ ;if/;'.:!i:  Kr''-X.  liiiiiiiiiiii^  te?sI?hbehix;rts|hd^  iiilw  k:-iJrw*^-amy&;4mm^:-,-&  ���" .^:.''^'.r" '-''"        ���.-!....- .:.- >.   .:;i','>i l��  .'���i.'y'i'sai-'O'i;':!;;:  $i^$tlffi^  citizen, apparently .Buffeyii^ fr^o��i a  severe nervous shodkiStaggered ml  our eanctuni, and afierr being ;revive  Irafche:;devll^he1b^  iiiiM|ijii_i_^  '.'.tVi'r/:;..'.'vi!!:  :i|I^hbemxl|bMe]b^  score towip^  at Oroville, -and judging from the re-  win on the local team agnin proved too  much, for the "sage brushers,!* al-  though they had apparently prepared  for his advent, as was evidenced ,by  the increased score of the Oroville  nine.;. The working harmony of the  locals left little to be desiredv the ex-  pected resultbecoming an esta.blished  .".-._; .1...^ .-.'.'���-���'.-..'V'  y>"X.-  ..-vie  '^fewipi��^  -.V.:^;'.':-:  1st base,' Whitey; 2nd base, Patterson;  !s&lf$so1^^  Eaair; e.^ McDonald; r^f^ Hamilton;  Imtcl^liErivm  ������'-i;v;jja;!;vS��gS^i<::,.,'-��� '-��� ���''.,-.o\w^!X^s*CI'"."'.-'���"'���'."���"'' ^"'.'V:J-j;S.^'M-:??f;:Mi^'  ^SAtpiuhlic��'m��^  he opera house, on Tuesday Aug.;  ^^��l��t#eight;ip.^  UV^,'-'i-.v/y'.*'. = ..-���*.  ;|^^dyfda|eg��^  and M. A. McDonald of Cranbrook,  will  address   the    elec.tors   on- the  is^coraiauy^i_s?itc3  moh"ey;;fbrl^  us are naturally wise, but-.the plain thoughtful  cant/sayesjtne^cpst ofjexperiencew and acauireithe  i;r/::>/v.<.-:,r-.j>^r\  ,<3i'JS��SS'^^^-��:  Japan iShippingfieopp^.  United States in the face  of curtail-  jment!atvthel:larg��1s^im -*- -  ���Ewillirli^  |ilfjiNEll^i8l^  ���'"T>-_iT^ __. ':-m^'9aWmm^  '^W%$^*!��<?%i-'?,'xS'  the heavy  exports   of  copper,   in  blister and other forms, from Japan  't.^'-u^'^fV.'VifjiL-.i;'.  n^s  W  J-:JiJ*Jr:V:  to||jthe^^^^ahtic^  refiners buy the product^ put it into  '|!iari^a|B|fe^^  !compietitionf^i^  ''FM\0:M0^aWif^i^f0'  copperiwiIl:^ic^m^ffil^?i|th^  States    this   year   from   Japanese  mines,   a slight  increase over  last  year,   when approximately 17,000,-  :CKX)5pounds^was:4niported;(v-^'^;��^p^  Dropped ifl'to Dinner.'   :^  1 Crashing   through   a   mammoth j,r  ""' **'*'"   in   the roof of the  Marl-  ^  _t ,^CPie5iriquest on the body of Jo> Oau-  '^ (^ Jbier,;t:T^lio^<was  killed in  a drunken  ', /"'���''����� ''Orawl^in the Bock Greek Hotel, was  iiei^on Friday, Aug. 18th.   The jwfjr  '*. j^etWned a Verdict of death froin heart  '   failure and alcoholism.    Job Brady,  wlio^was undei? suspicion, was inter-  c ,<Jicfce��i, together with a jvitness named  ''Pa^Oroake*  > _�� bajad of Bulgarian gypsies camped  outside the town during fche week, no  do_bt attracted by,the great, wealth  Phoeinx;, is* noted for. The editor seized  the opp^iH^unity "and had his fortune  told, but bur natural modesty forbids us  uiaking it public.   They did say, how-  Blenheim, at Atlantic City,  and'landing on the table in the  midst of a fashionable throng eating  their dinner, Charles Bennett, aged  20, at the conclusion of a balloon  flight, is in the hospital at the point  of death. Bennett dropped from an  altitude of 1,500 feet in his parachute, ana* was swept over the city's  sky scrapers by a sudden gust of  wind.      He   received   a   fractured  skull and other injuries.   :���i^j�� : :���_  Australian Copper Mines  The June output of the five  largest copper producing mines in  Australia is,reported as j5,992,000  pounds, comparing with 4,240,320  produced in'the corresponding month  last year. ���'    *  Thousands of jack rabbits are dy*  ing in Oregon of a mysterious dis-r  ease which is epidemic among them. |  have the equipment to execute all orders satisfactory.  First-Class Wood  We also have a supply of first-class Cordwood, short  or long, and can deliver it on short notice. 'Phone  your order to  B  GBLirO'  PHONE  9  FINEST GRADE OF CIGARS  IN  THE BOUNDARY  mmmamamaamaawiaataaafmamatmawaamKmamaaatawamama^nttmaUnaMaaajataama  HAZELWOOD  ICE OREAM  m  Wi'-.  ���  \i mm  m  mi  Wm.  m  I  tolifcl-MiWtMi ^���^^*Htow��JU*iU**>^MuV��'*wuWl**JfU^sisJ.wulJ^  I'  ii. r ��..  :\Yv. i~>7<  Orfe' ^Vr/^.^gy.yiK  .Mj.U' itTrtWvyasfaai  f  -> T>  1 ��. ^  A Fair You Knowind So You Go  The Ninth AnnuaB  $3,000  NELSON, B. C.  26th, 27th,  In Free Attractions  DON'T  MISS  THESE  , INTERCITY BAND TOURNAMENT���ROCK DRILLING CONTESTS.  , LOG SAWING AND CHOPPING CONTESTS. .  TIE MAKING CONTESTS  ,   Single Fare Rates on all Transportation lines.  THE BIGGEST FAIR YET, AND THEN SOME  DONT MISS IT.  J. E. ANN ABLE, .   G. HORSTEAD,  y��� President. ,, Secretary and Manager,  " - ���       :      '; '' P.O. Box392    NELSON, B.C.  $3,000  BURNSTADT'S WILD WEST SHOW  JAMES E. HARDY, THE HIGH-WIRE,KING     .  DOROTHY DE VONDA, QUEEN OF THE AIR  HAPPY AND HIS TRICK MULE "DYNAMITE"  MARIE MoDONALD���THE SCOTTISH DANCER  Proper Clothes for Men  ���  Whether you are' well dressed 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 style. ( All we ask is a chance to show you.. If you  are looking* for a suit we can suit .yofuf T'f '<���'���'  .1- -j   '?-  Negligee Shirts, SI .DO; $1-25; $1.50 and up.  Underwear, Balbrig:^an, Merino, lig^S3light  Straw Hats, 25c to $2.     Linen Hats, 50c up.  THOS.   BrOWn Men's Wear Exclusively  \sr*\  Greenwood ^^^o^ I-*!**��  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 9.30 aim.  <�� "       lower town, 10.00a.m.  Leave Greenwood , 3.00 p,m.  Standard Time  PROMPT ATTENTION TO EXPRESS AND FREIGHT  H. S��L LAING, Proprietor  Mining in the Future..  The,key. to the  future  prosperity  of the fining1-industry lies more in  the development and  application of  apparatus,   and    methods '., for"wthe  cheaper and more efficient treatment  of low-grade  ores , than> in making*  rich finds  of ore.    This  does'"not  mean that no hope can be held  out  for  the   prospector, for  there can,,  and it is safe io. say that. many, val-1  uable mines remain yet to be dis-  covered.    Their finding,must, however, become less and less frequent  as  time   goes  on.      The  rich  ore  bodies  are  always  eagerly sought  and are snapped up and worked almost as soon as discovered*.    High-  grade, ore  bodies���the bonanzas���  contain only a  small percentage of  the'world's  mineral  that  can even  now be profitably mined and treated.  It -is  the   once-despised   low-grade  ore deposits that are to become the  bulwark'of mining1  in   the   not-far-  distant future.    ;  The, conquest of these low-grade  ore deposits, has already begun and  has reached considerable importance  particularly in the cases of gold and  copper. "It is significant to note  that no high-grade copper mines  have been found in,the United States  in the past few years, but a number  of large low-grade copper properties  are being developed or placed on a  productive basis. A body, of 2%  copper, provided it js .of .large  enough size and the copper. mineral  is fair(y'"evenly distributed -'through?  the rock, as in the so-called disseminated ores, * may now' possess a  commercial value. Refinement of  large scale methods of mining, handling and concentration, of the ores  has made this a possibility..   , .,    ,j, ,  Tbe  realization  of these ��� results  has   been   largely   a  victory of the  mechanical end of the industry as it  I was  the  solution ���  of   the   difficult  mechanical problems, involved that  brought it about. '*    *'��� f  In the profitable working of low-  grade gold ores another factor must  also be considered���the improvement and cheapening of chemical  methods of extraction, notably of  the cyanide process.  It is idle to  suppose that perfec-  FOR TEETHING CHILDREN  RubtheQums, the Pain Is Gone  ^Mtfssw n^.s.msm.Mi' nmsi.ii  MATHIBU'S. I  NERVINE POWDERS.  , F��-B*idiri*1andrN��ura3gia.   '  -  (Cnfte m 0>ta.'��**�������� ��r OUttt  0�� |islsf <M islam sss) a (r. fomim ��H1  t��i�� y��s. �� ,   '  U jm bsvt ��fesJ SMiscbs.   t   >'       '  UMSisjfMitts, TW /���mill)  WlMfeaslshstintl. anwsps^sss  cklMn. ���  ���  1W1  IT,'1 *v      -x >   .. *   * *   *   '    *    .>   -   , r  Acts more quickly than, tablets; or ,waf ers.  If your dealer does not keep them, we will  mail you a box (18 powders) on receipt of 25c  I J. L. MATHIEU Co. Props., Sherbrooke.  - ,     NOTICE.'  '  In' the matter, of an, application for  ��� duplicate Certificate of Title to Lot  <,   16, Block 10, City of Greenwood,  /l  Map 34.   , "_;. ,,; K "'  NOTICE is hereby given that'it .is  my intention at the .expiration of one  month from the. date of the first publication',' hereof," to issue duplicate  Certificate of Title to said lands issued  to John Mulligan, on March 6th, 1900,  and .numbered 3230a, unless, in the  meantime I receive valid objection in  writing.  W. H. EDMONDS,  .:-District Registrar.  Land Registry Office, ,    '  Kamloops, B. C, ;  July 20th, 19il.  ^,-i  Lumber and Wood  Whem in   need of LUMBER,  bATH,; SHINGLES;   CORDr  WOOD   or   SLAB\ypOD    I  can  fill your  order  promptly.  C. A. ROSS       Phone A69  CANADIAN PACIFIC  RAILWAY.  incouyer Paily  :To;vS�� ��8.pte mbe r '��� 21$^  Tovmce  We will mail The Daily Prpyince  till September 23 to any address  in XJanada; outside the city of Van--  couver, for 25^.  General Elections September 21  tion in either mining or methods of  treatment has yet been attained,  and it is not too much to expect  that ores of too low-grade to yield  a profit by present methods will become sources of wealth at some late  day.  There is excitement in the mineral  regfion of Guatemala following recent rich discoveries of* gold and  silver. The prospectors are mostly  south Americans.  At  REDUCED RATE!  Take advantage of our Splendid News Service  and follow intelligently the moves of each party.  tW8Bma��9��m��M8BW^^  I Winnipeg, $60.00; Toronto, $91.00;  I Montreal, $105.00; St. John, $120;  [Halifax, $127.00; St. Paul, $60.00;  I Chicago, $72.50; New York; $108.50 j  I Philadelphia, $108.50; Boston, $110.  Tickets on sale August 14, 15, 16,  117, 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30; Sept. 1, 2, 4,  5, . 6, 7. Good to return until Oc-1  tober 31st.  is interested and should know  about the wonderful     .  MARVEL Whirling Spray  The new Vaffinal Syringe.   Best  ���Most convenient.   It cleanses  instantly.      Ask your  ) druggist fori  Stop-overs allowed within limits.  Good via Lake Route or St. Paul|  | and Chicago.  Rates to other points on applica- j  tion to���  Ifhe cannot supply tb��  M ARVE L accept no otl  but'send stamp for illustrated  book���sealed: It litres full particulars and directions invaluable to ladies.  WINDSOR SUPPLY CO., __  J Windsor. Ont. 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Dr. McDonald
,,' ,' Dr.,K. jC. JVlcJE>onaldJs to be the
Liberal candidate in : opposition to
Martin'Burrell. vln-our last issue
we stated1^that' the 'gentleman was
- ' unknown to us.      Our mistake was
excusable  when  it  is  remembered
1 that, atv a t .meeting ^ of Okanag-an
*,. /fruit growers' a .short  time  ago he
:* stated that he feltJrbbund, to take an
active ,' part, in . protesting against
the duty being removed from fruit.
' Dr. McDonald, however, is'well
-! known to the electors ofOkanagran',
having   figured    somewhat    disas-
, itrously? in the. last^ provincials* elec-
tion, when he helped to: swell the
\"\ * 'Conservative majority'at Victoria.
"Whatever this gentleman's object is
in re-entering" the political arena, we
know not and care less, but we cannot help admiring- his quixotic nerve
in opposing a candidate of Mr.
BurVelPs4pretehst6rts:-' 'Dr. McDdnr
aid must be aware of the magnitude
solved  the   House.    The   action of
a minister of  the  crown in'seeking
re-election with  a cloud   on   his in-1
tegrity cannot   be  described (in any,
milder  terms, than   a piece of 'un-,
parallelled  insolence, * and   there-is-
very small doubt that when the  roll
is called in   the  Liberal   camp next
month the presence of this unsavory
gentleman   will > be conspicuous   by
its absence.' •   . •" '    * * "       ' j
Should come.from healthy and vigorous Stock,
handled in a CLEANLY AND SANITARY
mariner. Separated Cream' insures purity and
quality. <,      The Dairy produces both.
THE  DAIRY      J. W. Hannam, Prop.
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What Do You Think of This?
A prominent eastern Liberal has
delivered himself as follows: **Mr.
Taft arid his government have'done
,more to cripple the Liberal party in
Canada than * all£ the corruption
charges which have been "levelled at
us during the past fourteen years."
If he had deliberately set himself the
task of destroying our" party and
wrecking the reciprocity measure he
could ,not'have?t been more success-
ful. - I sometimes wonder' what
game he is playing. ' I wish he had
kept his mouth shut.":       >  y*  ^ '
HAVE YOU DECIDED ON A
D-I-A-M-O-N-D
RING, BROOCH, LOCKET, EARRINGS,
OR A DIAMOND STUDDED WATCH ?
Prices on Diamonds have been rising for over.ten years and are
, rising still. .No riian knows when they will, stop' rising. Yet Diamonds are sold by usfat the same prices that were asked last season,
because we saw how things were going and bought accordingly.
,We buy,'them direct frorii 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
; POLITICAL POINTERS
The , increased immigration of
Chinese into the Northwest ought
to make the Minister of the Interior
feel more at ease. About 200 of
these almond-eyed celestials voted
for him at the last general election.
of the task hey has, set* himself, and  Mr. OIiver  must have. had   a pro
he cannot be ignorant  of the  deep,' dig.ious, washitlg bill to'pay.
rooted aversion of the Yale-Cariboo
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by returnirigrrDr. 'McDonald? i*-1 It
will1 mean   the abolition  of the duty
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on fruit from <,the,.United States and
the consequent swampinjg-of British'
Columbia's - 'natural & market "(the
prairies) by the products of the well
matured orchards of Washington
and Oregon. ' *
v If there ever was "such a thing as
an  infant industry  in   need   of ,th^
fostering care of a government, that'
term can   surely  be  applied   to the
growing  of fruit  in   this  province.
Laurier, himself,   has  declared that
reciprocity will   benefit  every other
part of the Dominion with the possible exception of British Columbia!
This is to say that B. C. is to be the
political scapegoat for the benefit of
the whole country..     However, we
Welcome Dr.   McDonald,   if for no
Other reason than that, it will afford
as an   opportunity  to' demonstrate
more'forcibly our  antipathy  to the
reciprocity pact.
V Chinese Oliver
/ Hon.(?), Frank Oliver, Minister of
animals and their products $42,000,
000 out of.$54,000;000 which we ex-
ported, equal to 77 per cent. Of,our
agricultural products she took $711^
000,000,out of'$9f,p00,000, equal
to nearly 80 per cent. 'In the, same
year the United States took of the
first 20 per cent, and of the second
nine per cent. The British market
according to these figures looks
good, and we should strain every
nerve to hold it.
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Sir James Whitney, premier of
Ontario, has declared his intention
to throw his full weight against the
reciprocity pact. The Ontario
liberals are furious, and many of
them are in despair.
Another speech on annexation by
Taft and Clark will about finish that
reciprocity.
ScoheWs Liquor, Tobacco
and Drag Cure 2psr£idd£,
Alcohol, Tobacco and Drags. It counteracts the
effects almost instajotly-—removes alii 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
and we will
show you
dress. Price $5.00 bos, or 8 boxesjtor »io.wn *«»   ^o^-W . .  .
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is our business and we are
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ll^Jf T  tme^mtiuh^ji  '    " ' . i . \ ,\>  / w'"' -1 if  > i\\  ���4  :<ri.  CLOTHES  THE  CLOTHES  of: ���'.. .  MERIT.  N. J. Carson & Co  FISHING TACKLE!  *f 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.  *f Don't forget that we carry a fine line-of Kodaks and  supplies.     Our prices are reasonable.  ���f 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  and! Tints  THE PHOENIX DAIRY  W. A. McKAY & SONS, Props.  f^ello ! Did you try a pint of our milk ? You did! Well,  you will readily admit that it cannot be excelled anywhere for richness, quality and purity. What's your  'Phone number ?   F 32. We deliver milk daily.  *J*AILORING   that   is  decidedly  better that the.price would  seem to warrant, style that you  can see at a glance and r  fit that is seldom equalled-~these are someof the  reasons why  '- yvu shbufd-griye "Style Craft" Clothes a trial.   They fit  you when they're new���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.  [| POINTED, PARACBAPHS  Hunting sheep in Yale, Okanagan  and Similkameen is forbidden for two  years.        ,        '    \ .    ,    /  The work of fortifying the Panama  canal at its. Pacific entrance began  last week. '  The horses at Daly's camp near  Steamboat mountain were stampeded and run off ten days ago by a  gigantic grizzly bear.  William Bowers Bourn of Sari  Francisco has purchased the famous  Muckross estate, Killarney, Ireland,  including the lakes. The price paid  was $250,000.  '  Queen Mary and - the Prince of  Wales were the guests of the German Emperor this week, at Swine-  miinde, and witnessed a review of  the German fleet.  The American Ice Co. will build  an immense ice plant at Baltimore,  to occupy an entire city block, with  a frontage of '300'feetj and to be  utilized in making artificial ice.  In view of the near approach of,  the hunting season, attention is  called by the provincial government  to the fact that hereafter the use of  automatic guns is strictly illegal, in  any part of British Columbia.  A bill to secure one day's rest in  seven for all work-people; to make  the first day of May a bank holiday  throughout" the United Kingdom;  and to secure the payment of wages  for public holidays has recently been  introduced in the British parliament.  "Midshipman H.R.H. the Prince  of Wales, to the Hindustan, to date  August 1st." In this, brief, dry,  official style the  announcement was  In making your purchase  of Beer. Buy where > the  reputation of many years  stands ready to guarantee  THE PURITY  of OUR BEER  made by the  British  Admiralty, re  cently in the  list  of naval appointments that the Prince of Wales was  about to begin   his period   of active  service afloat with the fleet.  Particulars of some  fine shooting  on H.M.S. Cadmus,   on  the  China  station, have just  arrived.    Officer  Greensides, firing a four inch quick  firing gun at 1,800 yards, made  six  hits on the  target with six   shots in  27.8  seconds.        Admiral   Winsloe  signalled his congratulations.     Particulars of the big gun  scores were  witheld.  Armstrong, Whitworth   & Co. of  Elswick have  secured   the contract  for   the   building   of    two   dread-  naughts for the Chilean government.  The vessels are to have  a displacement of 28,000 tons, and carry batteries of  14   inch guns.     American  ship   building  firms   were   resolute  competitors,   but  after  negotiating  for a year the contract was awarded  to the British firm.  Until fifteen years ago Great  Britain exported as large a tonnage  of steel rails as all competitors put  together. She has, however, ever  since been steadily losing ground.  In 1910 Germany exported more  rails than Great Britain, and the  United States was but 130,000 tons  behind. British exports in 1910  were nearly 100,000 tons less than  in 1897.  ;   ur Beer is pure and sat-  ,    isifies the thirst.    Be''sure  our labe^ is on the Beer  you   drink���it  means \ an  assurance of good quality.  'PHONE 23  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  LIMITED  TRY  the  Lower Town  Barber Shop  ������-  For an Easy Shave, Stylish Haircut  Refreshing Massage, or an Invigorating Shampoo. New and Up-to-  Date in every particular.  C. A. Best, Prop.  BUSINES  IO  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.  m  'PHONE A10.  . de Van's  A reliable French'regulator; never fails. , These  pills are exceedingly /powerful in regulating, the  generative portion of the female_system.' Refuse  all cheap imitations.  85 a box, or three for $10.   Mailed to any address.  The) Soobell Drag Co., St. Catharines, Ont.  ''I  raliis    . ��� I -I ii       i      LT.Tjr��r._Mi��w������i��T".i   i   iiiiiimh       ' T "'"' '"���?**T' 1.V     '���  a, i i  <  Regular communication'at 8  > '   ip.m:;��eco��d Thursday of  ^ each month.  / r  "ii.  <        ���"  s  fi  '}'  ' >     C < ���-   ' ,  , . ^ I      '  . Fortifying Simplon Tunnel  iBoth'altaly.'and Switzerland" are  taking measures, to fortify the entrances of the Simplon Tunnel, while  in the tunnel itself engineers are en-  Bmer^ntmeetinKsassailed; Masonic  &a8?d   in  constructing   mines  and  : Hall, Mc&le;Blobk.   7.'';*<fa ,(}    f   strengthening those already in placed  'tfi^SEj. ' : '^J"a BwS;lin ��ide* iobe>abI*to b,ow lt up at a  . ���' J <*�� ''''�����' j       ^    ,     ''<���>;,,'   'Tmdment's notice in the event of war.'.  >   Near the middle of the tunnel, a few  , ���"�� v.   t,       if.  1 ir  *V  v i j   v.  r       * f  ^ /    f       r   i       ./   *r  Snowshoe Loctee  <,   ^��No: 46   *'  I if'       J  /  V ��� '  >-        1  r, J        I.  i <��� J       '  yards|t��f"the Swiss* * frontier, Italian  engineers have put in place a double  iron door that  can   resist  the  rush  Meets  every  Monday  Eveniiitr  at     c  Miners'HaU.   Visiting brethren cor-  ofoan express train travelling at the  tdially_invited, g ';. > ,��    r   ^      :  ;  rate of sixty, miles an  hour/  This  ^      ^'^ffiSTS&W.61^ worked   ��y  ^tricity  ,W. Jv Rutherford, Rec.Secy.    ,      from Iselle,'the station at the Italian  en��   of ,the  tunnel,   and   under or-  Cheap round:trip\Sum'mer Tourist  Fares to points in Eastern  Canada,. s New,. England,, Central    and    Western    States.  . Round-Trl^ Fhdenix to  Winnipeg- ������ $6Ptf St. Paul - $60.oo  t'l -  Montreal -moo    St. Louis -   70.oo  S V.I  ../,  \  Daughters of Robekah  >     Phoenix Uod^e No. 17 (  " '/Meets in   the,,Miners''-,Union?Lodge <  ���rr HaH First and^Thiid Wednesdays.    :"'  , \ Miss M. Mackenzie, Noble Grand.  '/' Mrs-EffleMarehan, Secretary;  Halifax    ��� ili7.20    New York 108.50  ��� ������,'.'  I  f\L>0  OF EAGLES  'I     4.   'I        "<   _  ��� 'j!** ^f-  u    <  v -  V),      ,-    ^    i    j      '  I   ,  *^  rtj  Ji   *  B;  v > -.    ^    ?  Iff 5lV f   *f  iftv  'V  ���       ������      /   '   i  .       <    I  Phoenix Aerie No. 158  J^eetsittXJnion^;HaU, Friday'Evenings.  Visiting brothers are, always welcome.  ^r , - v; ^T* B* QoeoBO^iiC W. Secy.  Si.SMSSWl_____���_____. 1 1 t  , s'f  dinary conditions it is hidden in the  rocky side of the tunnel. The. door  is carefully tested once a,week. '  The mines are connected with Brigue  and Jselie by electric ^devices, so that  , ���.���    .^     .,   , ^.^    ,  , by the mere pressure   of a button,!  FRATERNAUORDER the SimP,on  Tuonef could   be de-J  stroyed in a second.  t<  , r^^ ��� _t  J. Pierpoint. Morgan, H. B. Co.  ;The  Appeal   to Reason   recently  made the  assertion  that  the forthcoming- elections  are   only a formality, the capitalists have it all fixed  up, that reciprocity was a foregone  conclusion, and, finishes up with the  wild hit or miss  insinuation that all  this  was  coming  to pass because  a    citizen^ of :the   United   States,  named  Pierpoirit Morgan, had been  elected % a  director   oif thei Hudson  Bay Co.      Inquiries which we made  directly    to    that   Company    have  elicited   the  information   that f. P.  Morgan was not a director.    Either  the  Appeal  has  been    deliberately  misinformed, or  else a  mistake,has  been made in confusing the name of  Sir-W. Vaughan Morgan with that  of the   American    magnate.     We  Tickets, firsNclass.on sale different dates in MA V, JUNE  JULY,  AUGUST arid  SEPTEMBER,  final   return   limit  OCTOBER 31st, stop-overs within limits allowed.  For further information  as to routes, fares to points  not  quoted, etc., write or call       '  VV, X. PERKINS, Agent.  *    '      ;>  I  -J    K t   I   ,  /- i -~-M\ r -"  v1 v  K. bf P.:/Lbdge,  No. 28; rh�����,x-  Mee^s-<T u_ s d A?t.-Evening: at: 7.30.  Sojourning t brothers , cordiallyiwel-  -1  - corned./'\vt'"* /-    '  .     <   - ^   r.  J. E. Cabteb, K. of B. S.  /G.Kay.C. C.s. ,  K 1 ^  f f  i 1  -^ >     ^*  ^'t ^   ���*���  PYTHIAN SISTERS  Mountain Temple UkI__ No. 17  Meets in Pythian' HaU, Lower Town,   .  First and .Third Thnjrsdays. '  MrS* M??{?man       . " ^ M^ -^ *>��� McKenzie _  ^     ^      -: -  j    a..k.��.     | wou|d remind the Appeal that there  v I are a few jobs left on  the earth that  ,'/-   evenan   American     money    king  '/ I couldn't buy; for instance there is  -   Pfali kinds promptly attended I the editorial chair of the Appeal to  to^:   Rapid Express and Bag-jReason  gage Transfer.    Careful attenl  ,i tion to all orders.      Phone A65  James G. McKeown  Hotel Brooklyn  The Only First-Class and Up-To-Date  Hotel in Phoenix. New from cellar  t0 roof. .Best Sample Rooms in:the  Boundary,   Opposite   Great  Northern  Depot.      v   v      Modern Bathrooms.  '       ' ' ��� *   c       *���    * . .  STEAM HEATED:     ELECTRIC LIGHTED  James Marshall, Prop. Phoenix, B.C:  RUBY ROSE CREAM and  ROYAL ROSE TALCUM  5 ��,  MEANS /  ���<������  WOOD  First-class Fir and Tarn-  ,   arac Wood, $5.00 per cord  Pine Wood,  $4.50 per cord.  Pine Wood, double cut, per  i  cord; $6.00.  WOOD OEUVEKED  ON   SHORT  NOTICE. 'Phone B 32  r f  PM��Spfe@33��S f stores ��very serve in the body  mi �����"! Jim i i ��� I*to its;prop��r tension:reatort^  vim awl yAUimrpm^6decB7and all_SS  �����mknem averted at enc��. P&oen&onoirniii  makeyonanewmaa.  PriceOTabos^rtwo for  Gets Contract to Build 300 Miles  The contract for;, the balance of  the Canadian Northern line from  Kamloops to the British Columbia  boundary line where the railroad  from the prairies now touches was  let last Friday, the ^ Northern Construction company being awarded  the contract.    ,  Sub-contracts will be awarded for  the entire distance by the latter company within a few weeks, and tenders  are now being called for.    The announcement  was   made   by J.   M.  Mercer, Vancouver manager of the  Northern    Construction    Company  upon the receipt of a telegram from  the headquarters  of the  Canadian  Northern railway company at  Toronto.���Mail-Herald, Revelstoke.  s  LIFE AND HEALTH TO THE SKIN  The best combination to use after shaving.  FOB SALE AT , '  LOVE'S  DRUG  STORE  A, S. HOOD  Fire, Life and Accident In-  suranee.      General Agents.  Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C  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 once-a-year affair !     Settle the  Rug and  Carpet question here tomorrow���in a pleasing  economic way.  tr  I!  (J  I  1 !  X     , .It .  I'   r  ���'W:  ��-"v '-st.v.  ^'W^K^WWW  kft  amafmtM UiaTWSn  '?*  *vV  Naturalization Tangle  Mrs.   Black, wife * of a   Spokane  stone mason, has   presented   an application for a writ, of mandamus to  force the  clerk   to issue naturalisation   papers   for   her. t Mrs.   Black  has been j declared an alien, though  she   was   born   and    raised   in   the  States, and never set foot on foreign  soil,   involuntarily becoming- a Brit-  ish subject  by marrying a native of  Canada in the   United States, a few  years ago.    The district,clerk holds  that she cannot   be restored,, to citi-  zenship   until   her  husband swears  allegiance   to    the   United   States.  This, Mrs. Black declares with em-  i phasis, she   will not   permit ,,him to  do.     Mrs. Black says:  "I was born  in Wisconsin, 38 years ago, and my  people fought   in the   revolutionary  and civil wars.  My forebearers have  been Americans for  more   than 135  years, and  yet I am   classed   as an  alien.     I have never stepped outside  of the   United States, but the  clerk  of the federal   court declares   T cannot vote until my husband  becomes  an   American   citizen..      I   did   not  know I had married away my legal  rights."  .'    . ;:  ' < ''i^'.Hii  , i " * t ^  ' . <* ,f I  ii  i i  Ninth Annual Fruit Fair  From    present    indications    the  Ninth Annual Fruit Fair which is to  be held at Nelson on September 26-  27-28 promises to exceed any Fair of  previous years both   in   the   way of  amusements   and   exhibits   from   a  perusual of a premium list the prizes  offered this year are to be more extensive than ever, and will no doubt  result in bringing out numerous exhibits especially in the   Poultry section   is   noticeable   the   increase, in  variety and prize  money, in   fact so  great has been   the   increase  of exhibits in this section   each  succeeding year that it has   been  necessary  for the Fair Association  to   build a  much   larger   Poultry    Building   to  take care of the  exhibits  this year.  In the matter of free attractions,  this year's Directorate have spared  neither time nor money in securing  the best acts procurable and several  feature attractions will be seen the  same as at the biggsst Fairs on the  Pacific coast.  Single fare rates are offered by all  Transportation lines.  Calgary's Coal Solution  Calgary has   solved the coal supply situation in   a very  simple way.  The city is buying Pensylvania  coal  at   the   head   of  the   lakes,    where  there is an abundant supply, and retailing it  at a slight advance.    Orders of any  size   can   be filled.     So  far as   western  coal. is   concerned,  there have   been so   niany offers   to  the city   that   the   municipality   has  decided that  the   local   coal dealers  should have   no  difficulty   in   filling  orders.      What   Calgary    is   doing  can be done elsewhere in   the west,  and the  success of that city in coping with the   situation has   relieved  the fear of a fuel   famine   over   the  western field.  Valuable   Conservation   Report  One, of the most, valuable publications of the year is  the volume just  issued on, "Lands, Fish,. Game and  Minerals,"   by the Dominion Commission of Conservation. The book,  representing as it does a great deal  of exacting   research work,   makes  available to the average man a mass  of instructive   and  entertaining  information otherwise unobtainable by  him.-   As a reference work  by  the  journalist,    the   student   of   public  questions    and   the    well-informed  man on the. street,' it will be  found  of no  small   value.     It  is  a  large  volume  of some   525   pages,   subT  stantially   bound in   cloth   and fully  illustrated   throughout with   maps,  diagrams   and two-color  photo engraving.   The mineral section opens  with a  summary of  Dominion and  provincial  mining laws and regulations.     An exhaustive article on the  conservation   of mineral resources,  by W. J. Dick, mining engineer for  the    commission,    takes     up   each  mineral of economic importance in  Canada, showing  extent of the deposits,   the    consumption   and   the  methods of mining; and recommends  measures for conservation.     Mining  accidents   in    Canada   and   foreign  countries are fully dealt with in another article.  The volume is perhaps the most  thorough and complete record of  investigation and research that has  ever been issued by any government  in Canada.  qsmvSv paonsuT ./tyaadoad _ra p��q j  I did NOT have-my property Insured  '   -" against Fire with  D. J. Matheson, iSSSJfSA  EASTERN TOWNSHIPS   BANK  ,      Capital  and   Reserve,   $5,250,000  Head Office -  Established 1859   -   SHERBROOKE, QUE.  Wm.'Farweix, President.   S. H. C. Miner, Vice President.   J. MacKinnon, General Manager  82 BRANCHES IN  PROVINCE OF QUEBEC  AND AT  WINNIPEG, MAN. VANCOUVER, B. C.  COLEMAN, ALTA. GRAND FORKS, B. C.  LETHBRiDGE, ALTA. PHOENIX, B. C.  TABER, ALTA. PRINCETON, B. C.   *  VICTORIA, B. C.  Savings Department at all Offices.  CO R RRSPONDENTS   ALL    OVER    THE   WORLD  Fire Precautions In Dawson  Extraordinary     precautions     are  taken to prevent the   spread   of fire  among so   many wooden   houses in  the   long winter  at   Dawson   City.  During the winter all water pumped  into the   city mains   passes through  a   steam, heater,   the    temperature  being raised  to forty degrees above  freezing point   at the   farthest point  of  delivery,   with    circulation   constantly maintained.      Every hydrant  is fitted with   an electric heater, the  result   is that   frozen   hydrants   are  unknown.  Cascade Creamery Buffer  CASCADE CREAMERY BUTTER, 4��C. per lb.  CASCADE FRESH EGGS, 4����. �������2-5    2 C8��ME��� for 75��.  CHOICE BREAKFAST-BACON, 27��. per lb.  SUGAR CURED HAMS, 25�� per Bfo.  PURE LEAF LARD, 3Bb. pail, 55��|   51b. pail, 90��.  CANNED LOBSTERS, 25cf and 45c.  CANNED SALMON, 20��.. per tin.  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