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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Oct 7, 1911

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No less than  300; men   are employed,   develop-  It$ is&moreKthans probablet^|that f,a  ^S*#��^i^  smelter will|7beserec|e^  ^fiftelehlmlohth&ptAlre  is assuming arbusinessUke^specti  a|odi?qrJi^rMre 5  % t��}fr��wrt"S��i��"^|;'if  ���quentli^tfialnlSw  '.**J--..'--:".-.*.*.-i-��.*,<^^^  ?7.i  Phoenix, he expressed a conviction  that  the   end  of the^trouble; was  f$mp|^^  improvements? in   machinery}^ and;],?  water power 7lor*lectncw!ign^  ''?2i^^ma&^-&��^^ ������-r.-t-  ��� hay e.:iev��ntttall||i:de^  .,*s-*$;;��^  their .own -- ioroductK^ ;sl�� v: M rii nSmith  ^rtlan^Caii^ arid  heavily iht*r  ested in the Maple Bay mines, situ  icanilltrpmliSlejiprtpsta*^^  ?Ma��s,^^onstiUing engineer  an exhaustive   examination   of the  '   ,��-*^'''7a^iewltdShisj^;om-4  \> -'  ���fte1"  p-f/pan,^^  tb-elV&teoure^  /dpeiieW -;asf fcis t said i t^tc^iwnS'a  a large body of good smelting ore,  ;:anii��as;&^  'llm^y^n^lsiln^  7ifty77;  r^7*  years ago  when   the. owners   were  ���..'PPJB^  ' TH^|r^a^ir|^^|^;:t^  ^^^7i^M^^^.i^Subsequ^  company went into liquidation and  aH the plant w^  Todajr)fpart of the surface tram and  the or^g^ins at: ��� deep water on the  canal can be seen from the steamer  in  ,,j7;>,|^npwirigrare -the. -.retufnsV;.bf7the'  ^v|^|^|^C>th!6; ir^ides,and,ism>lter^o)F  " f^^str]*ct;;fpr;the  )m  :-^aiib|^#:|ii;^^  "'Jer;_-dde;:.>'.^  JrOt''��-'. . ";;';" ������ .",  Rawhide ..%>...,  Athelstan. .;.^...  Napoleon. w.... .^  Emma...... ..,.  vJtneirs. -.����... -... ���.,  z.yzz.:zz^5s^i&z2.  mtS0 ^30,457  444 21,9(51  1,144 15��;2S4  116 5,781  .; 7,;578  7>:v: 302  458 4,849  Grariby ...... ..;.    ;... 577^791  B. C. Copper Co.. .12,751 466,1^0  w _... i-intJjmpre-sM-on:^  |*ppk;;.pjace��pn^  the? |Kawhide rhin  lw1&t&tfie#^  :y~yy'-Sy;^:-*.'y':'?��^y<y~-:'i::::!''-::;:\:*:' ?���������/;.! v'.    .-''.'.���.���..-; ./."'.v. .���"-:''..���'.-���:  ;p!��ci^sS7^;thefymin^  .^dipur^tt^^tl^^  |en|enti;|P|i^^  ^tfe^rjie^  ;the|wqrj^ers"|;^^  l^^^d7,|wis^^^imip  M|^i:ontinu^  -prosj^;r|j^^wn^  'laO^e'ry^^  prised, expressed his pleasu re -at the  gift and his appreciation of the kind  sentiments  expressed, andi^vcori-  clusion  voiced   his  sorrow at^ his  severance from the  cpmpany's|fjer-  VlCe. J���J::^:'7':l'vv/;i       ���'..-������".���   -'.'���;'���;���-'������������;  Pi Lover, who has been: connected  with the B. C. Cop-per company for  some years, fesigniad his appointment -'as-'$upeir^ Rawhide mine, ^omeda^  take up his  residence on Shis iarich  :.'v..    .';-:':'-t:'!*-   '. ''-���''."���. 'y.   ���'������:?,v   '. - .-..���' ���������,���,!  ��� :: V;..' -��� --^    ''.--V;1      -     '; ,: "     '���'���'  pn^the ;^^st,Forkvin a?few(Ba^s'i.;:k "!  ,;' y-���-'���.���7"-:-.r..,'''..'.," '     '.'.".'',; rtjfo   .   ���.i i' "��",;"'::-, ,*v. ���:.���'..'.   ���'.'  asproDiem  among mining men in the interior o.  British   Columbia for many  years,  have zinc values^ but the^ metho^ipf  "mines  �����:&���?���&���  The Knights of Pythias gaye an "At  "^d (ianicfeon Friday evening.  There 7we^??abou^ 60 present and a  most enjoyable evening was. spent.  Refreshments were served at midnight, after which the dance continued  until the small hours on Saturday  morning;. Excellent music was pvo-  vici^'^.F^.-Werner^  treatment  nptffpay;^tp  wften' \ th e 5:ge n$ralB val ue^|^re^en  COura^ing.^;:;Cp^ts*^^^  lifoMtreiSti^'^  IJnited  States? an^  'a^inc^^'smelt'e^  "Medicme-'Hat^^whe  could lie; iised: and*Jtfogexfi-ens0>r��--''  'dbc.���i4;tp-a*;m.i|iiiinjim  reasonable figure.     The matter has  progressed so far that the question  of freight rates has  been discussed  with the  Canadian Pacific railway.  An enterprise of this kind  is almost  too good  news  to be true.    With  successful home  treatment of zinc  ores much  activity would  result in  Slocan  camps, and a resource now;  lying practically undeveloped would  be turned to good account.    One  mine,   tne Lucky Jim, Js  perhaps  better known than others, and prominent '/^Stpbtao*^.:;v.men   who    have |  money in^este-d  are Working at the  scheme proposed. :   ;���,,/���;,.     Z  . ;��� ���'���,.;.'.��� i "V.."������ ������  _ ���?&-������': ���. -4���:���-���.  it^h^ffbe��r^  ::^s"t��d^as*tb1llTO:^  ^fi^s^settlei^  ^e?would|l3r||^^  tasfealnier^^iill��  neld':^m;..perspn:\H��y->^::'.-::j:^  ^7|Mry:^^nite^:is"a':'manJ:*^^  mi  zm  ���y��l  .:'���������:������-���������������.������.���&;������  ..'7-'-...7^f)  ^ven|tem||^tdfc app^��|i|e7:^^  has created   av most  favorable im-  -'  ��� ..���.-" "'''.     ,������-������"    "*"--���'���'.���,--'     .'���--���-*" 7'    .:.; .-,[.'���'-    ''.*-":.';   -.-'. V; "'/--"i'.- T .''-'���������* *->'ji\'**t; .? r*"- .-'/ "-J  pire^siqti^pjcm  ance in 7a?n^l*d|wiriie^^a been ^at  sixes arid seyens:ffpr'-so long a; tiiiieV  Ofif to Milwaukee  William and Gus Biner left on Friday for Milwaukee, the object of their  trip is to ehter^e.Brewery School for  a long course of training.  J;:^.;At,7;3Iair^  of forty m^; working at the mines,  says," the/fernie- .��� F^e7Press^aa4;7 the  daily outputH. is^v considerably. pver  a jhundred Jtons.    At  Frank there  are seyei^||mlners working and.i considerable coalis  being;minedi  ; ^  the  Davenport company's ���mmftf&t-  Burmis, there are 40"men w'brking',  and the daily output  of coaJria#tiiat  point is over 100 tons,    ^i mine*  at Passburg and Police Fftt��, which  are owned by th-s^  are working full swi-Qg^:   ThW^  at present 125 meawprkita  mines,  and  tiiey are shi;  tweeri two; and  three hundred tons  per day.   ".     ���. -''ZZ- Z-'^Z*^.'  B. C. Copper Treatment  The  B. C.   Columbia-----company's''  smelter treated  12,751 tons of ^ore  this week, as follows: Mother Lode,  7305; Rawhide, 3,989;  Wellington,  316; Athelstan, 274; others, 867.  X.  y......:.,........ If"  V''  I*-1  A'?  u't'J  'v *-  I"-.  C.P.R. to Build 400 Miles %  Not for,yearsvhas^the< Catfaqiani  Pacific railway'had}, s6 'mariy' rriilesv  of ne,w track unde"r &ns>rui:tion/^'vjjyij^oodt in carlots for sale; Apply  they'have this year.   t New lines are  J. Trombley, Phoenix,  being   built, practically .- all ��� * over- -   Toni jBrown, is visiting his relatives  Western Canada, and hundreds of on Vancouver. Island;,-t,       ,  ^  ^angs;6ftrac# builders are atwork J Andrew  VVilkie left on Tuesday; to  . irir-rtlW "Various   provinces., ;   The  takeup his residences Nelson. ( ,  -v'C:p:R.'s\nVtwork  of?'new, I lines' fs     M4'^D>^  ... V..../ "i.V'f'j._'_.-��.-i.'j ^LiJjL^tJi returned from Grand Forks on Mon-  day.7i<^ > r,^ ;.'.;,*-: ���    /*.,;'  '^Gordon Thompson is making his first  visit to the ocean blue. "HS left for  Vancouver on Monday., <���'  .,  /w t V>    ,,.        Jji it  l"   ��� ' i   i' '  ��" '   f, l  W.j;A. Pic^ard,^ and F, ,C. Edwards t  left on Mbii^ay," via G:N.li.V on a bus!-1  ness trip to Vancouver.      ^"    >'  k Mrs.'7 Tinnetti; has taken over the  apartments' and dining room of- the  Dominion Hotel,1 on Ironsides ave.  ..'>!.     -���.> "i i " }���".���-��� i,   ��� *i*'���  , Mrs. A. Bijier, accompanied by Miss  rMary Biner, re.tarnedjbo.town on Sat-  day after a week's visits to Spokane.  *      -     ' ���       , ���',���.��� I--"1   p.'      if- v,       ,  F.   Werner has   moved   his  music  , ;'7rari?dly extending ihVd neW districts"  and as fast as .they are built they.  SS-SS&KSS&S^^  ,,     -are-being-opened,for, traffic.   ,Since  ,  , the middle of June  five  or six new  * services have been inaugurated, and  it" is stated" that* there are .several'  other,'lines which will   be" carrying  , regular 'trains  before   the   end , of  November.    These  new   lines * are'  ' among the' greatest inducements to  'new settlers to open up  new  districts, as when the services a're'es-,  ,      tabhshed they have>  transportation  , ,  'facilities for getting their produce tfa|8fcudio to;*ne' house ^inerlyocciipiedj  /the  markets.     For   && incoming  bv^nkMcDou^I:onK^ohHill^e.  -    settlers of next year it is stated that  -the C.P.R. will'rush: to completion  '   iinearly four Hundred . miles. of rnew'  N(*    ( , * ^ '      .   i. ' l i <��� M i-1  r    *   <���  "   "���  '   '   > '        "it    ^j  f-dav if  ing-aay it you ttse#  f  CREAM  jiines in Alberta and Saskatchewan.  *   i.  ^  These lines include that from Moose  ��� >  1  ���  ��  I'M'.Vi-  ffi ' 1?       ,   i  %-irW  ,"'  ^8,V' ���>.  !,f<?i** ��r     v  i^rpfr*-   .  ���to- r"  1*^  l>   1  t    \  *���* i      js      *  t Jaw southwest/ 35- miles; Kerrobert  v j northeast, 25 m.iles; . Weyburn  ��� Kbranch extension, 21 miles; Estevan  ibranch, 55 miles;, .Swift Current,  , Jjsoutheast, 45 miles;  Swift Current,  LorthWest; 35 miles;   Wilkie north-  **.xx i  ,j < f  : V  '>, Wst;^32 miles; ' Wiliiiez southeast,  31 hiiles;Kininvie branch extension, 37 miles; Bassane to Kininvie  , , Junction, 36 miles, and the Kipp  branch extension, 27 miles.  -L-i i ��� ,   _;;  .: ^o  ",-���    s     *-      i  j       1 *���  ���:    '  Auvache���Salter  ' t. The,,-marriage.of. Frederick,,W.  Auvache, a former resident of Phoenix,  to Miss Elizabeth  V.  Salter,  took place on  September 21st,   at  Vernon.   The,-bridegroom was  at  one time , connected with the Phoe*  nix Pioneer staff a few years ago,-  and is still affiliated with the Fourth  estate    at   Penticton.,    The   many  ' friends he left behind here all join  in wishing the  happy  couple   the  limit of^ happiness and prosperity.  �� ���  To Visit Phoenix ���  v- Miss Huffman, milliner, of Grand  Forks, will be in Phoenix, on Tuesday, October 10th, in the sample  room, opposite the Brooklyn Hotel,  with a full range of fall and winter  millinery. Miss Huffman would be  pleased to have the ladies of Phoenix and vicinity call on her on this  occasion.  by Frank McDougai; on Kriob Hill ave.  .7, Eastman ��� plateJ camera!,' 4x5, ��� with  carrying ��� case and',plate: holders, in  good condition. Price $15, Almstrom.  . - Died���At Turin, Italy, ,qn August dQ,,  aged .four years, Lena^ daughter qf Mr.  and Mrs. George Vichary.^ By cable.  Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Smith returned  to town on Tuesday, after a vist to the  company's properties* iri'the northern  part of the province,   -r - ��� :';   [ >. , :^  F. S. Norcross, jun., 'has been ap-  pointed to the position rendered vacant by the resignation of Sfupt. Lover  of the Rawhide mine.     ;        T   '  Mr. and Mrs.' Cranley, Who left fast  week for Hidden Creek, were the recipients of a hand silver tea set, presented by their Phoenix friends.  '. .. 4  . Dan Matheson, formerly in charge  of the Canadian Consolidated Co.'s No.  Seven mine. Phoenix, left on Thnrs.  for the company's new properties, near  Salmo.      " '    ,   - ,\'  The man who gets mad at what the,  newspaper said of him, should return  thanks three times daily for what the  newspaper knew about him and sup-'  pressed. ( ''  -'  Ab. McQueen, who is now domiciled  in the Golden city, visited his friends-  In town this week and took in the fair  at Greenwood. He left' for Rossiand-  on Thursday via Spokane. '<  The- Windsor Hotel of'Greenwood  secured the services of our eminent  cock tail artist, Jim Murdoch, for fair  week. ' We understand he expects his  No Alum  No  LimcPhospHafc  ApurefZream of Tartar  Powder  \ ~-yy< : \- v\\  ;        Shortens His Trip  ' _��_r     *���;        ' * $ "**^ *  Lord Charles Beresford, owing to  the political situation by the declaration of war between Jtaty and  Turkey^ aftd tM; possibility of >  European clash, has decided to  shorten his stay in Canada, says the  Victoria Daily Times.    Instead  of  leaving November 3rd, as originally  planned, he has decided to book his  passage on the steamer sailing from  ���Quebec Jon October ^20th. He expects to take a share in the debates  in the House of Commons as naval  matters are sure to occupy a great  deal of attention.   ~  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 t>est to,be had for the money.     Best'in material/workman-  '      -* \      <-' -  ship and style. y All we ask is a chance to show you.     ffyou  * i  ;       are looking for a suit we can suit you.  Negligee Shirts, SI.OO; $1.25; $1���5Q and up.  famous game rooster, "R. L. Borden,".- . .����-_-,--.��,--._  wiii lift a priie or tWo. .I Uncierwears Elaftbrigfg'ari, Merino, "^weight  Canada has the largest mountain  park system in the world, estimated  at 15,000 square miles.  ���   '��� ���    ��� ���  PHOENIX CHURCH SERVICES  The following are the services on  J^unday in the Anglican Church; Holy  Communion, 7.30 a.m.; Morning Service, 11 a.m.; Evening, 7.30 p.m. Rev.  I* Eee, vicar.  The stated services in the Catholic,  Church are as follows: First' and third  Sundays of every month. Mass at 10  a.m., Sunday School at 2.30 p.m.,  Evening Service at 7.80 p.m. Everyone  welcome.   Father L. Choinel, Pastor.  - George" Vichary appears to be our  most successful nimrod. On Sunday,  after only a few hours in, the woods,  he succeeded in bagging a deer and a  bear. George's usual weapon is the  double barrelled, shotgun, with buckshot.  The' sad news reached Phoenix on  Thursday of the death at Great Yarmouth, England, of Robert Culley,  father of Mrs. Deane. The deceased  gentleman was 67 years of age, and  was up and about almost up to the  time of his death.  G. L. Elwin, assistant in,Love's drug  store, left on Monday for Victoria.  G. Ii. made a name for himself while  here as a ball pitcher, and the later  successes of the home team are in no  small degree the result of his extraordinary deliveries.  Phoenix's quota of motor cyclists  occasioned no little excitement at the  Greenwood Fair sports on Thursday.  Dr, Dickson. Dan Biner, Ed. Black and  D.J. Matheson entered for the half,  mile dash. Dan Biner proved the win-1  ner with Dr. Dickson second. J  Straw Hats, 256 to $2, ,   Linen Hats, 50c up.  THOS.   BfOWn        Men's Wear Exclusively  mure  The great racce?- of Dr, Pierce's Golden Medical D*s��  bovery in enrinjg weak; stopacha, wasted bodies, week  longs, and obstinate and lingering coughs, i�� based on  the recognition of the fundamental truth that "Golden  Medieei Discovery" supplies Nature with body-building, "tiseue^repMringj-^uscle-m-Jdng materials, in condensed end concec^nated form. With this help Nature  supplies the necessary strength to the stomach'to digest -~^  food, build up'the body and thereby tSpprr off lingering 2;  obstinate oonghs. - jTfa�� '���Discovery" re-establishes the  digestive "and nutritive organs in sc|>um} health, purines  end enriches the blood, and nourishes the nerves���m  slassffS.eslaibSashes'.soMajd vigorous health.  'iff &o&& deai&B* offem B&tBa*t&BBi& *e��m��t eis ��m&&,'9  . Mi ���$& &ro&a&iy- better F<$J? MIBS���i& pm&  &et&��&.  ' j!S&$ &-O0 ��jp�� tftiaffln& of tSs�� etas'�� mot i&e pPoffM, ss&  " 8&esqf& &93S&&B& "#sssf ��s'&��Qd" tot* roa.   Say -sw.  IDs-. PSeraeV C!emmim Setase Medical Adviser, In Plain English; or, MedW  fosn-e Simpiiied, 1&SB pages, over 7G0 tllustratiosas, newly revised up-to-date  Edition, elo-��h-S��on3ad, een�� lor SO one-cent stamps, to cover cost ol wrapping  snd moiSing mfy.   Address: Dr. !.��� V. Pkree, Buffalo, N. Y.  t  I"*  -��  "B  W - > ^u.*�� a-.   - j n*-**mni*vrrv.tjEjri i  ~-ajM-^--.~-.-rrt-ri^:*^-:*m;^*'.^  *%>  ���*��� is-1  J'lffi  ty*  "* �����"<  V'K  �� c  *   y  -*-4~S<^'  '    i   *   ^MM      ft  <   , .*i>ywti  '.      i*  ;'"     ; *  ; -THe New Edition of the \, , i /  COPPER HANDBOOK  . just published, is Volume X, for the years 1910-  1911, and required nearly eighteen months in  preparation.        . _, i\   *"  IT HAS 1902 PAGES  containing" nearly one and a half million words,  or about twice aa much matter as the Bible.  There'are 25 chapters; and the boobfcovers the  Copper Industry of World  ; The book covers Copper History,'Geology/  Geography, Chemistry, Mineralogy, Mining,  Milling, Loaching, Smelting, Refining, Brands,  Grades,- Impurities; Alloys, Uses, Substitutes,  Terminology, Deposits by Districts,, States,  ^Countries' and Continents;   Mines in Detail,  ��� Statistics of Production, Consumption, Imports  Exports, Finances, Dividends, etc.  ''.   Val. X of the Copper Handbook lists and  describes  8,130 Mines 1 Companies  these descriptions ranging from 2 to 3 lines, in'  the case of a' dead company, in whioh case  ��� reference is made to a preceding edition giving  <  a fuller description, up to 21 pages in the case  of the Anaconda, which produces one-eighth of  the copper supply of the world. The chapter  giving mine descriptions, which lists the largest  number of mines and companies ever given in  any work of reference on mines or mining investment^ hasbeen'^f>   tT"-^-1    ,      "��,;  *;J':*folJ^:ReTiswt  ; .The new edition of the Copper Handbook is a  dozen books in one, covering all phases of the  copper industryof the entire world. It is used  as the  ,  World's Standard Refer-  [ ence Book on Copper  by the managers of the mines that make ninety*  odd per cent, of the world's output, of copper,  and is used in ^every civilized country of the  globe It is filled with-FACTS of vital im-  �� portance to* ���*'. P:>   '*' -'*'-" *'��� -'-��;" ��� "' ~V >* :~ " * '_  THE INTESTOR^    1  THE SPECULATOR  THE MINER  THE CONSUMER  '1 THE METALLURGIST  PRICE is $5 in buckram with gilt top, or $7.50  in genuine full library moroccoi ._ .  ��� TERMS are the most liberal. Send no money,  but order the book sent, you, all carriage  charges prepaid, on one week's approval, to be  returned if unsatisfactory, or paid for if it suits.  Can you afford not to see the book and judge  for yourself bf its value to you ?  WRITE NOW to the editor and publisher.  A Lost Cross  ,, In collecting. mementos of the  Napoleonic invasion, says a dispatch to the Vancouver Province/  for the centenary celebrations in  Moscow, next - year,  attention was  c  drawn to the memoirs  of the Count  de Segur and other French contem-  porariess regarding the fate- of the  great cross   of >'Ivan  Valiky, v the  great church which dominates  the  Kremlin.  ' Napoleoni  had  it pulled  down, believing it  to be solid gold",  intending to have it placed over the  Dome des Invalides, in Paris.     He  was prompted   to this  act by, a desire to punish the Russians, for setting fire   to  the city,   especially as  the cross was popularly supposed to  have a  legendary connection   with  the greatness of Russia.  :. With \ .enormous    difficulty    the  cross,.measuring sixteen, feet, was  brought  down,   and   according to  Segur had  to be abandoned on the  march   to   Smolensk,   being   sunk  along  with a quantity of other impedimenta in  Lake  Semlevo.   The  lake having been recently drained a  careful'search,\was\ made,    which  brought  to light   innumerable  remains   of ������ dead   horses,   harness,  carts; uniforms, etc., but no trace of  the cross.        " "       '���*  , Letters published- in the Ncvoe  Vremya argue that it never; left  Moscow, but was  buried under the  j j .  wreckage of the Kremlin caused by  the blowing up of its buildings at  NapOjeon's pom mand. The reatgold  cross remained undetected on one of  the * churches which escaped detraction. ^  WHEREAS five years ago the word Zam-Buk  was unknown in Canada, aiid��am-Balc is to-day  admitted to be the finest cur�� for skit* injuries'  and  -f-     *��   f\  AND WHEREAS it has been represented fo  as that there are! still some good Canadians, and  even some mothers and heads of families who  have not yet tried this great balm, we hereby  offer a REWARD of one free trial box of  Zam-Buk to every person who has not yet tried  this wonderful balm i  PROVIDED they send by mail to lis this  proclamation together with one-cent stamp to  pay return postage of such box:  AND FURTHER PROVIDED that ttw  address such application to bur offices at  Toronto.  Given under our hand this day.  ZAM  HORACE J. STEVENS  36 TEMPLE BUILDING, HOUGHTON,  H  .   MICH., U.S. A. .  Lumber and Wood  When in need of LUMBER,  LATH, SHINGLES, CORD-  WOOD or SLABWOOD I  can   fill  your  order promptly.  C A. ROSS       Phone A69  OVER 06 VEAR8  EXPERBENCE  Canadian Commands Turks  It will probably interest Canadians  to know, that one of the principal  commanders of the Turkish fleet,  Bucknam, is a Canadian. He at one  time was engaged on the Great  Lakes. His brother was one of the  principal bridge constructors on the  C.P.R., and' built almost every  bridge of importance r/rom Leth-  bridge westward. The family moved  to Emerson, Manitoba, many years  ago- ^____  Successor Not Named  Last Saturday was the date set  for the retirement of Sir William  Whyte from the management of the  western lines of the C. P. R. Up to  now his successor has not been appointed, but the probabilities are  that one of three men will fill the  vacancy. They are Sir Thomas  Tait, G. L. Bury and George M.  Bosworth.  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 once-a-year affair !     Settle the  Rug and Carpet question here tomorrow���in a pleasing  economic way. " ' .  Furniture Dealer  and Undertaker  C. F. Edwards,  EASTERN TOWNSHIPS  BANK  Capital and   Reserve,   ��5,26-0,000  Head Office - Established 1S59  -  SHERBROOKE, QUE.  Wm. Fabwell*, President.  S. H. C. Miner, Vice President.  J. Mackinnon, General Managei  <*��fim  Trade (Marks  Designs  CopvRidrrjts&e.  Anyone sending a sketch and descrtpMon may  qnickly ascertain our opinion free whether an  Invention la probably patentable. Commnnlea.  tlbneotrlctly confidential. HAH0E0Q& on Patents  Oldest agency for securine" patents.  sent free. Oldest agency lor securing1  Patents taken through Munn & r  epeciol noUee, wlthoufc gaarge, In the  A handsomely Ulnstrated weekly., Largest circulation of any .scientific Journal. Terms for  Canada, $8.75 a year, postage prepaid. Sold by  all newsdealem  MUN  Branch Office, 635 F Bt- Washlnston, ��>.  Re Automatic Firearms  To correct the confusion which  has arisen through the recent government order . that automatic guns  are forbidden in British Columbia.  We are asked to announce that only  automatic shot guns are illegal.  Automatic rifles are allowed.  82 BRANCHES IN  PROVINCE OF QUEBEC  AND AT  WINNIPEG^ MAN. VANCOUVER, B. C.  COLEMAN, ALTA. GRAND FORKS, B. C.  LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHOENIX, B. 0.  TABER, ALTA. PRINCETON, B. C.  VICTORIA, B.C.  Savings Department at all Offices,  CORRESPONDENTS   ALL    OVER    THE   WORLD  Toronto has 33 banks, 5 trust  companies and 76 insurance companies.  is our business and we are  here to please you. Tlie  next time that you  want  any Billheads, Letterheads, Envelopes, Statements, Circulai'Sy  Cards, Dodgers���in fact, anything- in PRINTING, phone 14  and-we will  show you  samples: : :  1 *ri|S , l  ^ J  "I v   I  I rt '  ��� l'iw  m -il  -T.-1  V  -J   vl  -if   'I  .*      -*l  ^������somd  sai.*T����5j*-?s  -fe?:Mi*.*A?6  j^v!ifceya?ft*iK-!i?i*.i  BJiA.-'j't-.--- UL'Cf-aWb.-UhljJ.'i.-.FA ! K-V"-*  <r*l,M  !   .J  $ A u     .  ���W.  'iiitS  t,-\* '  $$***<    -I' t  ��� - t't i.���'.  >  >1  S#* r  ���i'<5  >>v;  H <  if    \1*-YV.'   ii i  tHE PHOENIX PIONEER  r    \    *    *.   j  , j .  9 five \v <>������'. i  il*&tfr<**V'E   /  ^' t'M   t **l  ft.^.sV, I.'  ji.'-t-fA;*'  Sk'-ft*" ?< '  5'     '       ���  *   /'���  ���I. "  ��� ' t    .   i'  .'<���  ��� j      issued weekly -  at Phoenix, British Couumb*a^  Subscription,'2.00 per year  2.50 to United States.  G. Kay; Publisher.  Another War  v Italy and Turkey have at last decided to settle their little differences  !       I  -, f   \    ADVERTISING SCALE  Application for Liquor Licence (90 days) ..$4.00  Certificate of Improvement notice (60 days) $7.50  Application to Purchase Land notices (60, days)  ...1 ,\.' :���. ..$7.60  Delinquent Co-owner notices (90 days)'/.. .$10.00'  Small Water Notices (80;days)t..........*;.'%7*tt  All other legal advertising, 12 cents "a'line,  single column, 'for the. first insertion; and 8  cents a line for each subsequent insertion, nonpareil measurement. ',���.<���..     ^" .  Saturday, Oct. 7, 1911  - t      4M  * i -Js! v Jv       ��* 14   -l  ^    tub . [ !��'/   ^       ��       Y,  -.-���SSI , '''-^i '>     9" j  .1-*��*?.V       (    c        r  :fi I* J? ��^ ������       I  ���rPlPhS'X      .  ZiSw.y  #?/4v* '  feK- ' ;;  W $ ' ' -,' - *  I    .       ^      .   1 r       ^  I I  v   I   i  , School Funds  , .'  One of the  most valuable assets  lt\   - '   .   ->  to a town  is undoubtedly a  school  . or .schools,��- and there . can, ,be<  no  gainsaying the vfact that, Phoenix's  ' asset in that direction is an excellent  one, well worthy of the, money invested., i The total sum expended  up to the present to .erect and start  ' the scbodlis, about $f7,000; $9,500  ,6'f which has  beefc * donated  by.'the  , Provincial government," with' $500  , ntipre to come. The city has also  |bntributed $7,000. , It will also be  necessary to, furnish ,a, playground  ^ tor the children which < will costt in  the neighbbrhood. r.of> $1,000:xf�� A  further ^suni *of ,$3,000 will, be/re-  quired to install aa efficient heating  . service. The latter is an imperative  necessity, chiefly owing tci the etaor-  by an appeal to the' dreaded god oft  war.   The blades are already drawn;  and'the; Shells; have  commenced to.  fly;   ^Fh'e present time-seems oppor-  "Ituhe^fprthe  advocates tO^ peace to!  betake.themselves to the tall timbers!  for a season.     For some years past  the peace  school: have  raised their- ���"���  voices; in denunciation of the, appeal! I  to  arms, and yet  side by' side  the:  preparations  for war  on a gigantic*  'scale has been going on; some evens  went so  far as  to say that a Euo-  pean war, was impossible, the consequences 'were too  dreadful,  *the  masses of the people would  not allow it.'.   We are invited to carry out  the scriptural  injunction   and "turns  our  spears into pruning hooks andt  beat our swords'" into' plow shares. V'  How this  was to   benefit' us in   the."  face ' of the   now, awakening /five,  hundred; million  yelloylr] race  they  ���  AT THE  %  ens  THE  SOME SPECIALS :  Acomplete line of the justly famous FIT REFORM  SUITS, in the new shades. There is no other brand  can touch them for Style, Workmanship and wearing  qualities.     ���   -  PRICES. $2 0.0Ofo $3 5.0 O  do not 'appear to say or know, but  the remedy  seems'worse, than   the5  disease.    Within the, space  of ten  years three great nations have been  involved  in international   strife and  bloodshed,   in  spite, of Hague tri-,  bunals, peace  societies, temples5) of'  peace and what not.    In the light of  past  and -present history   it must  seem ironical to the doves of peace  to see the masses they  so much re-  ly on almost breaking their hecks to  reach "the4 scene ofrhostilities.    That  poetical propKec^i- ** * when no longer  shall the blast of war's great organ  , ���. ,   . rend the skies" appears to be as far  mous amount ��� of exposed 'surface c' '   i.   *~r   '��� '   ~> ^''^  J*,     ��"����,."    ^. from becoming a fact  as ever, and  200 PAJRS SLATER SFIOES, in the latest shapes,  Black, Tan and Patents for street and every-day wear.  Prices. $5.00. $5.56. $6.  _  /  t  2  #1��  (glass).     iThe above figures,are not it loo^s as if the natJon Ak  a^ r.4-n^.r*.*.~l~.~. c~~  ��� .^ i:t__  ni I ���  is prepared will be the only one to be left  <, >  , so staggering for a town like Phoe-  riix, iftfie chieXindustrywhichsup-|;io^  ports the ,town ,was in  operation.  but in the light, or rather darkness I What Is It ?  of,the present,  together :w"ith' the  present��" naturally low state  of the  peace.   ���-  }!    'I  WiX'  -/   (  i-  j? i  is  municipal exchequer, the sum still  required assumes rather formidable  proportions. /In fact so serious has  the'situation become, chiefly owing  to the shutting off" of the city's industry that, the question naturally  arises": "Where is the wherewithal  to come from to complete and equip  the building."   t  j ,,  The city council, one of the most  businesslike  in  the' province,   will  deserve well  of the city iftheysuc:  ceed in finding the shekels to finance  their end of the agreement.   At present it certainly  seems next  to impossible to expect it from the ratepayers,   and  considering   the  past  and present  difficulties one  cannot  help but  admire the  spirit in which  they meet: the  present  unfortunate  situation.    The ' Provincial  government have certainly done more than  their share, principally through   the  efforts of our representative at Victoria,  Ernest Miller, and  under ordinary    circumstances    everything  would have turned out satisfactorily,  but unfortunately, we are face to face  with the extraordinary Instead, apjd  this circumstance might weigh with  Mr. Miller if the matter is brought  to his attention.  The Nelson Daily,News,   which  some time ago1 took us  to task for  our * ignorance   of   Canadian   geography,   has   theLi following  in   its  issue of October^ 3rd,   under-the  heading   "Tragedy will not be repeated. "     "One1 serious' oversight  the  inspector made,  was taking no  shotgun  along with him.   If he had  a shotgim  he could have got "ter-  magent."    We frankly confess  our  failing in Canadian geography, and  as    far  as  zoology    is   concerned,  we advance the same plea. \ Neverr  theless  we    have  scanned   certain  tomes in  an , endeavor to discover  what sort of being a   "termagent"  is, but with   ill  success.    The provincial game list leaves us as ignorant  as ever and   we   fail  to   find it  under the  category  of fish.     The  nearest approach   to the word "termagent" is   "termagant" which we  discovered  in a  book  compiled by  one, Webster.    Now,   can it be  at  alf possible that the gallant major  expects the wayfarer in our northern  wilds to feed on such a delicacy as  this, or is the Daily News as ignorant of ornithology as they represent  the Phoenix Pioneer to be on Canadian geography.   ��b   WE LEAP IN SWEATERS  ' ���   ������" -.  .-���-'        .   \  ���    -. :    ���   ���  ���  Our line is. too extensive to describe here, but come in  anld look them over.  , '-''    '"���' * "��� ���  MENS GOODS-SPECIALTY  Our line of Men's Goods is equal to that carried by  any, s,tbre in* Southern British Columbia, and our  prices as low as any, quality considered. ���  SEE OUR WINDOW.  QUEEN'S HOTEL  R. V. CHISHOLM, Prop.^  DANNY DEANE, Manager.  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 Li-eft-sore and Oiffars  CENTRALLY LCOATEC ON CORNER  BRIDGE   AND   KNOB   HILL  AVENUE  Steam Heated, Electric  Li&fa ting1.  Telephone 48 and 2S  15 Cobalt mining companies have  j paid $14,526,068 in dividends.  e  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  FIDELITY BONDS, PLATE GLASS,  COMMISSIONER FOR TAKING  AFFIDAVITS  *y  16.. wwywnmum stun  nWSR."3tf  qaf  In making- your purchase  of Beer., Buy where the  reputation of many years  stands ready to guarantee  THE PURITY  of OUR BEER  Our Beer is pure and satisfies the thirst. Be-sure  our label is on the Beer  you drink-^-it means ah  assurance of good quality.  ,*.'   * 'PHONE 23  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  LIMITED  ��h.Y 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.  BUSINESS  MPROVINa  l*hose 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.  heating stoves relbned  And repabred.;  '   Northern Quartz Mills  The quartz mills  in the north are  enough  to  make   the world   sit up  and   take   notice.      It is ' not. high1  general yield, says a Vancouver paper,   but  the  numerous   places  in  which the mills  are being installed,  which just now loom up attractively.  Scarcely   a  northern,, newspaper  can be picked up  that does riot tell  of a  movement   to  install  a  new  quartz mill:     Fairbanks has two or  more; Chena the same.    Nome also  has a number in   the country tributary.    Chandler  shipped in  a large  mill this  season.    Dawson   is now  doubling the  capacity of the stamp  mill on Victoria gulch.     On Indian  river is  another,   being  used   this  season.    A   movement is on foot to  place a mill or. two on Dublin gulch;  on the   upper  Stewart, tributary to  Dawson.      Skagway   has   a   well-  developed   movement on  foot to install a mill immediately.   All up aud  down  tbe Alaskan   coast  are  little  i*  mills pounding but the gold, and  getting returns. Atlin is making  some showing. Up Portland canal,  virtually the border of southern  Alaska, are other mills.  The famous Tread well is an ex-  ample of what might grow from  these little mills. The Treadwell  had a modest beginning with scarcely more than enough stamps to  dignify the affair with the name of  mill, yet today Treadwell is the best  known mill in the world, with a  ,tremendous. output from Jow-gradje  rock.   ��,   A Strange Letter  A remarkable letter appeared last  week in the   Cranbrook Herald, apparently  written   by   a   Chinaman,  signing   himself  L.   N.   Wing   On.  In "it the writer exposes a shocking  state of affairs  in   connection  with  the Canadian   Customs  Service on  the coast.    According to the letter,  bribery and corruption are rampant;  names are freely mentioned, and it is  very doubtful if a more rotten state  of affairs  existed  even within   the  confines  of   the  Turkish    Empire.  The letter concludes with a warning  that if any harm should come to the  writer, all  blame  should be laid at  the door  o3f a  certain   merchant of  Victoria,   named Wong Wa, whom  he also accuses of being the leader  of a gang of opium smugglers.  ��^��  'PHONE A10.  A reliable French regulator; never fails. These  pills are.exceedingly powerful in regulating the  generative portion of the female system. Refuse  all cheap imitations. Dr. de Vaa'B are sold at  95 a box, or three for 910. Mailed to any address.  Tho Soobell Drag: Co., St. Cathsrlztea, Out,  Famous Mountaineer Dead  Edward Whymperr artist, author  and traveller,* is dead. Whymper  was a noted mountain climber, and  a distinguished medalist of the  Royal Geographical Society. He  ascended Mount Pelvdux in 1861,  and the Pointe des'Ec.rins, the highest peak in the French Alps, in 1864.  He also ascended the Matterhorn,'  a peak which was considered well  nigh impossible, and climbed mountains and made explorations in  South America and the Canadian  Rockies.     He was born in 1840.  . We are in the lead with the very Newest Styles,  and Clothes that cannot be excelled on the continent  for quality arid durability. ,  We take your measure, and guarantee a perfect fit.  It costs you nothing* to look over these goods, but if  you purchase elsewhere before seeing* our lines, you  will always regret it.  N. J. Carson  Hotel Brooklyn  ���B_��aB__M_aa9BBaaaaBaMBn_aHBBBB___~_ino_i  The Only First-Class and Up-To-Date  Hotel in Phoenix. New from cellar  to roof. Best Sample Rooms in the  Boundary, Opposite Great Northern  Depot.      v   V      Modern Bathrooms.  mamaamaaaadsaBamaamaaaBaaaaBaasaamamamammaaasaamaatma  STEAM HEATED.     ELECTRIC LIGHTED  James Marshall, Prop. Phoenix, B.C  A  lawn  without a flower is like  a home without a child.  THE PHOENIX  DAIRY  W. A. McKAY & SONS, Pbops.   ', * ���''���,'  Hello 1 Did you try a pint of our milk ? You did ! Well,  you will rea,dily admit that it cannot be excelled anywhere for richness, quality and purity. What's your  'Phone number ?   F 32. We deliver milk daily.  UP 11  9'  k  t^i\  it  %  A  ! i  H  *  5  *>l  y  ���s  4-:  M  77   f  w  ���***! 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J^Siii^gMWiMiliiiiil^^  ;-*S^l^iw5*ni^MnM��^Hirip^ i^Xv^^'-i':'!  strong green buckram binding with  silk headband and gilt top, or $7.50  7ina?fulll|libra��^fmorB  ^>'.-iwteV=Vi-;f,fe-/is^'^y>-^i^  i^ %t^ 1  \. x  '  ��� v , ������     Of aillkindsfpr'ffiptiyl^  5V^    ��  >    *s t  1  to**  tion|tp;ml|c|deg^pPlM  ' l|anps|j|g��|^p^  U    <f  copy of the new-:Copper Handbook,  liftn^lCana^ia1^frl3p:a^  department  estimates   the   average  i*^_rS-^#i:57^^:^v|^  *v��|J|iiVS:Hain||m;7^^  ;*sf��/;*',V  WOOD  >v-i  First-class Fir and Tarn-  , ^ arac Wood^ $5i00;per cord  Pine < Wood,,. $4..5.Q per cord.  Pine Wood,  double cut,   per  more Vtttan  laislt 3v^  ..,  >    .��� - '  wheat yield is. estimated at 204,634,-  .000 bushels, of, which 186,928,000  bushels is spring, wheat. The yield  of oats is given as, 348,163,000  bushels, an increase over last year of  84,904,000 bushels.'    ,  cord, $6.00.  ��� A.'  '  ��'v^ ) - .' J i  'J    "iLi * *- '*��� - *-���* '.*  if  1^*  WOOD DELIVERED  ON   SHORT  NOTICED-  **.*  vl*  'Phone BS2  "fev  PfSOSOllOa-Ol resfwes every nerve in the body  �� ��.-��>gy*.w.--M>�� ^ itg proper ten3jon. restores  Vim and vitality. Premature decay and all sexual  weakness averted at ence. FfeMplaoaoa wilB  make yon a new man/ Price J8 a box. or two for  #8.   Mailed to any address.  ^��SoofeolI12>y��S|p  Canada's Thanksgiving Day;  Sir Wilfred Laurier told a group  of- press correspondents that the  'government -' :had decided ; to ' fix'  Thanksgiving Day, before retiring  from office. The date chosen is  Monday,. October ,30th. The pre-,  mier jokingly, remarked that the  government still had something to  be thankful for, the Liberals being  thanlcful that any of them were left.  Enormous  deposits  of salt have  been discovered in northern Canada, j  ?<Z;.��v, ..<\\y-.-'<*J"-  miMG, BROOCH, LOCKET, EARm^GS,  Prices orii jbiarnohds have been rising for over fen"years and are  rising-still. No man knows when they will stop rising.1. 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.  oi^A.Cy-1-L  The Jeweler  Ptio~@n<ix  11 1   'ft  4*  u. " ',  *^*>   I j*  I C.i     ,'���    ',-fr,*3!kl  <   -1/  �����%  "Public Inquiries Act."  , 7  HIS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Gov-  i ernor in Council has been pleased to  appoint  the, Honourable Albert, Ed-  \ward McPhillips, K.O., .President of  ������ the Executive Council; the Honourable  .Price  Ellison,   Minister  of  Finance;  'Charles Henry Lugrin, of the City of  Victoria, Esquire; and William Harold  Malkin, of the City of Vancouver; Esquire, to be Commissioners under the  ��� "Public Inquiries Act" for the purpose  , ^of enquiring into and' reporting upon  ,/the operation of the "Assessment-Act,  1903," with  respect .to, ics   practical  bearings on the financial requirements  } of the Province.  The( said Commissioners will   hold  their meetings on the dates and at the  -places mentioned hereunder,'namely:  *���'   Victoria'at the Executive Council  Chamber,   Parliament Buildings,  Monday and Tuesday,, 26th  and  26th September at 10 a.m.   At the  ,  Courthouse ��� or   the   Government  Office at the following places:���  Nanaimo, Wednesday and Thursday,  27th and 28th September.        ..  Vancouver,   Friday and Saturday,  29th and 30th September..: f  i.    New .Westminster, Monday,' 2nd Oc-  ,   toberv,        ,     ->   ��    '   '     ..''<  ,i   Revelstoke,Wednesday, 4th October.  Golden, Thursday, Sth October.    .  Cranbrook, Saturday, 7th October.  ,   Fernie, Monday, 9th October.  f  Nelson,'Wednesday^ llth-Octqber.   -  Rossland, Thursday, 12th October.  * Grand Forks, Friday; 18fch October.  Princeton, Saturday, 14th October.  Merritt, Monday, 18th October.  .   Kamloops, Tuesday,^17th' October.  Summer-land,Thursday, 19th October  ".   Penticton, Friday, 20th October.  !   Kelowna, Saturday, 21st October.  ,  Vernon,, Monday, 23rd October.  It is requested that all" persons- who  are interested, in the matter aforesaid,  and who desire to be heard, will not  fail to be present at the -meetings of  the Commissioners.        *"  PRICE ELLISON,  '\ Chairman.  Treasury Department,  13th September, 1911.  A Powerful Torpedo  The British navy is equipped with  a torpedo, said to be, effective at  10,000 yards, or nearly three times  the range of the most powerful projectile now used in the United  States navy, according to information brought back to Washington  by an American naval officer, who  recently discussed developments in  gunnery, torpedo craft and the relative method of target practice in  the British and American navies,  with some British naval experts.  The existence of this torpedo has  been kept a profound secret, and it  was only by a mere slip by a British  expert that it became known.  ..���,......  . ..���,���..,���������������. -  Canada    consumed    205,820,851  cigars, 1909-10; 1908-9, 192,105,371  Ay S. HOOD  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.      General Agents.  Bank Block, Phoenix, B. G.  b interested sad should know  about tho wonderful   ...... :1  MARVEL Whirling Spray  Tho now Vaginal Syringe.   Best  ���Most convenient.   It cleanses  instantly.      Ask your  | druggist -*"]j i  r^  If he cannot supply tho  MARVEL accept no other,  but send stamp tor illustrated  book���sealed. It gives full partte-  ularsand directions invaluable to ladies.  WINDSOR SUPPLY CO.,  Windsor. Oat. General Agents for Canada.  Western Canada received 150,000  new people in 1910. , -*,' (  ', Z '   ;'        '    ?     '"       * *'  J The Swedish government has been  defeated in' the recent elections and  "  > '' *       ; ���* i > ,  the cabinet has resigned.  Vale University received^!, 134,-  385 Jn gifts for the past college  year. The total assets are about  $13,338,765. , ' '  William G.   Gladstone, a grand  son of William E.   Gladstone,  was  elected  to   the   British   House   of  Commons last week, for a Scottish  constituency.  Twelve thousand cigar makers in  Tampa Florida, have quit work because the manufacturers refused to  allow the men to appropriate cigars  for their own use.  The C.P.R. has announced a  wage increase of nine per cent ,to  all mechanics employed by the company in the 'western provinces. One  hundred and fifty thousand men are  affected.  t   ���*.        *  Four years ago the deposits of  Canadian chartered banks stood at  $586,000,000. The lastest reports  show deposits amounting to nearly  $886,000,000, an increase of $300,-  000,000, orSltf per cent in four  years.   * ��� , *. *  The British Admiralty recently  gave an order to the Moresby Island Lumber Co., of Queen Charlotte Islands, for 200,000 feet of  superior white spruce for manufacturing oars for the rowboats of  warships.  The Northern Pacific has finished  plans for the construction of Lake  Union Belt line in Seattle to cost  $500,000. Other work brings the  total which the road intends to  spend in the near future on construction to about $3,000,000.  Rumors are current in Toulon,  France, that the disaster to the  battleship Liberie was the result of  "sabotage." The catastrophe followed soon after a violent manifesto issued by the revolutionary  workmen in the Brest arsenal. The  government is making a secret investigation.  Bound hand and foot and chained  to a stone in the cellar of an abandoned house in Mexicali, Mexico, a  Chinaman was found on Monday.  He had been without food or water  for five days and was unable to  speak. It is supposed he had incurred the displeasure of his coun-^  trymen and the attempted murder  was the result. Several of the local  Chinese colony are under arrest.  The fourteen men'who were entombed in the Shakespeare placer  mine, on Dome creek, Alaska, were  rescued early last Monday morning,  none the worse for their confinement of 84 hours. A Keystone  drill hole was enlarged by thawing  until it Was large enough to permit  the body of a man to pass, then the  imprisoned miners were pulled up  one after the other to the surface.  GREAT NORTHERN  RAILWAY  i i i(>  Affords Excellent Accommodation for passengers to  eastern points.,   Through Service���Taebma    |  to Chicago Without Change-   o  ' l    ' J '    > .      - ' ,        , 'i, 'a1',  For a Comfortable and convenient trip to tbe coast cities - travel via,  ' <   ' ' i i ' ' ' i <        i       I    ti  i      the Great Northern railway. ', First-class service and close condec'r  tions for Vancouver, Victoria and  other coast points.    We make''  ��-,-���'"*    J1-    '       ' i ><   'ii      .'��� - ! ' i-  berth reservations for you by wire.    For further particulars, call Or  write ���      ''       ' '       '    '-���       ���   ' ��� V        - k  W. X. PERKINS, Agent "  Fancy Goods. Dolls and Toys, Books  i  i j  r  n  Magazines  and   Periodicals,, Kodaks,  Wtm\9^ms\^KkWis\Wk\Wk\^a^m\Wm\\WmWaWa\WKKkWaWm\\^^  Films and  Supplies,   Musical   Instru-        !  ments and Supplies.   School Sundries.        -  WALL PAPER AND DECORATIVE PICTURES1,  GLASSWARE  AND   CHINA.  i,.i  Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes and Smokers' Sundries.  '  AL. ALMSTROM  Writing Paper In Latest  8hapes and Tints  ���, w  CASCADE AND EMPRESS BRANDS  I , ���    I '       - r-  t ��� <  I ��  This is the finest Butter on the market today.    If you have not  tried it, just call round and get a,pound; or better still Phone 2  > -'  "Empress," 36c. per fb.; 3 lbs. for SI-Op.  "Cascade," 4-Oc. per lb.  P. BURNS & CO., LTD.  Wholesale and Retail Butchers and Produce Merchants '  PHOENIX, B. C.       PHONE 2  Phoesiix Cartage Co.  If you require any Heavy Teaming or Hauling" done,  let us do it for you. That is our business, and we  have theaequipment to execute all orders satisfactory.  First-CBass Wood  We also have a supply of first-class Cordwood, short  or long, and can deliver it on short notice. /Phone  your order to  SkoBB  ft  PKC*NE  34  ix, B. C.  FINEST GRADE OF CIGARS  IN THE BOUNDARY  AGENTS  FOR  THE  CELEBRATED  HAZELWOOD   ICE CREAM  AND SOFT DRINKS  ieAsfocken Props.  v% ,  .til    "-*,'�����  -w'v: I  t'^rd  h ���*'".-���*�� f ���   IMMInit!i|l8l{|l|i^^ ��*-^W<*w***��>w���� -��i��^i��l��������*��|lf�� ��l��* i** ���^W^W^l|������*��<W��.<m~~����W.'  V I 'it /     * ^  ���wKMpwMtmny^'V1-*^".  *������tM��K^a��^-Hmif*>wli^f^.^*Mwr(irtV^M^^  *���" V J  ''%lr^^ li w ��/��j ���__ w1^ --I * ��l,   la* _��__*_i_-_; _��_ __;  ill.���MM���-���--���.  * y - \v* '  I J fvl(  '*'  ���>.*.*���'*  jf��l ,  >-    It *vi  , - -       - *���$       ' 1B \    vi    '  $2.00 per year: in Advance;  -     '"'-    hX}  j*.   *  %  $2.50' ��    ; i��jUnited States  i <& ���** V   *      f f      t   1 *    i   i-"   *J    >��� -i  ~-y >A, ������ "   ��'>'<-/    / ull. ^ *  ?Py.\  'Zy W$#  "���jf* I1  fl-f-V '  Vj^i*-  "-���,!���  4j ���>     iv* ^  *jr      P"  1-   *- i T  A. ���"���\ .- ^     *,.>  J." <"  ���.-ffiF-- v, ��., ��    tFraserGanyon Hotel Re-opened  S ^/, '."i >  ">  f ; Thet(Sauladiari rFacfiiciRailway an-  i  la  <%���>  ��r  ^^"/w^     .    ..thoroughly   renovated' and    r\  TCv't ��������*-,* i''        "nished, and is��nowJ on  aN#par��  with;  the other "CiPtRS* mountain hotels  \   ;4ith rega?d^;iccomn1od^ion.   As  "    ^ej hotel is particularly well situated  -J   i" J  a*' f r "  pyzfcj i<  U fu\yy  v.   Jt    "  All' the^ British officers attached  s.\-  - to the Turkish navy have beenre-  11* ^ cal!edC<bytcthe'firitish authorities.  ��    i Admiral Williams has 'informed the  fo *>, i  '^K^\^hZ   j  ,w *New% Naturalization Order  .   Hereafter / aliens    applying    for  naturalization  will  have to. obtain  the sworn statement of two natural-  jibber  15lh.r*!* This Kribtel -has' been I bQrn Canadian subjects as to  appli-  >2_. *-i- <-^ -..j- __j    refur-1cants having complied with the re?  quirements of thecAct^in place of  theibrmer custom of a declaration  by the applicant alone.  ? J^udge,r Lampman , has issued, the  new order, which' goes, in?cforce ,at  once. ^The, old^mle provided .that  an applicant for naturalization could  go before ^ notary ^and. make hi;S  declaration that he had been' three  years in the country, .but under th^  new order the oaths of two' others  are required, and the applicant,  when the matter comes before the  court, must attend in person, ^or be  represented by the authorized official  who grants the applicant a certificate  of application.  A The new order, which carries with  it a form of oath for the witness to  take, reads as follows:  * "Before any of the officials who  are authorized to take the oaths or  grant the certificate in FormN B  should do so,' he should have before  him evidence of at least'two credible  natural-born     Canadian    subjects,  ^���*r��,i* ��'���*��' .*" ^f��'. ***  showing the time the alien has been (  ���.    - .^    ^%>.^-*.     ..   j   .ji.ij  . -"I  Turkish secretary of war that owing  vtb*the outbreak of hostilities he is  r- -t  unable to,.continue his duties in re-  organising the Sultan s fleet.      tSi-   4��_; i.  "r Canada has the , largest buffalo  herd left on the continent���900i  LAND REGISTRY ACT.  In the matter of an, application for  duplicate Certificate of Title to No.  4772a to Part 17 feet of Lot 21���  a resident in Canada, that, h/is' a  person^ of^good character, and intends when naturalized to remain in  Canada,  arid  that  the evidence of  -> ^i    4*    * i- *  such witness should be  taken down  ~-'1 ' f ^  in writing and filed with the clerk of  the court before which the certificate  is^to be read on or before the opening of the court at which the certificate is to be read."  -Rock Drill Tests  **       ^^ j > tr  Tbe Calumet and Hecla   Mining  1 | s r "^  company is conducting  an exhaus-  ange ot macnines mvjsl WP*X/fc*' t%' V  the Superior mine are' said?to bave^tfi^^? A; '^hfjAt^  affected a saving of 70<per cm&^jw ^/  the cost of breaking ground,., *J*&X'��� *Z^%��^ZiU%-  *��  f Three quarters of the datr^prffc  duct of Canada comes from Onraraovjt^^^' 1 -j% - -m-   ���  .     .   ,   . -..- -   -        ,-.,UIIF.S*s /    > ? x     -       -*���.'^  Iri  I    ��  MRS. G. P. JINNETTI begs to inform patrons  and the travelling public that she has now  taken over the management of the. y  "V  ratonth from the date of the first pub-,  .��- , k -l*v v.- r f IjWwon hereof to issue duplicate certi-  y&K\^<   ��\'**fe*fckrf Title to saidlands issued to  J-      j -�� ��� in     ry *  . 7     v ^~*>v J  w ->f . \ vS^F.fc Sexton and George Sexton,  #& 1'C r^ *'" V^'^WS?*^ the meantime I shall receive  hpf -^ w  .   *.* ( yalid^objeetion thereto in writing.  ��, f jjV^V-   ^. H. EDMONDS,  ' J fS^^f K!>,\ . ._ Di8t**ct Registrar.  S^'^  :��$->���  If ip"1"'";     <  ik^-fcMiiL.','\.'-A.  X#��*4 BMi8*ry>Onlce,  *     A       kamloops, B. C,  ^5  It v I J*"-  C/l  Sept. 29th, 1911.  DiningFOom and Sleepi  Soobell's*- UquoTj Tobacco  aiid Drag Cure anBT&t  Alcohol,, Tobacco and Drags. It counteracts the  effects' almost Instantly���removes all cravings.  After taking: the treatment there will never be any  need to drink intoxicants or ttoe drugs again. Can  be given secretly.  We have yet to hear of one  of the Dominion Hotel.   The accommodatiori  is now up-to-date in every parti-cull  the Hotel having been renovated:  The rooms are "comfortably ? D|^i^  furnished, an  '���m  & j  _84i  t i''  u $  ���* i      \    .|    j*A*^W��*' A i  ���- '  ,* ��               j *��� jj ��.        ����� . v   ���  ir    ���*'-]�� ^i'       ,'Ti�� '     ^   U >   \ i *             ^>.  I',,..V-.--. - ,-*-H   ��� |jM  V    j. ,                    -1* <      -v.                  *   >i.         f  .V  1  11  *  '  r  z\  ^ i i��  s^B^sa.^^  nuw^wtH^B^w * w-_wKww������^^'��<a��>w w ,wTrr7Mil!!?!r!r-Jii!L^^  BjlW>M'*W*^.11?';

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