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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Sep 23, 1911

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 * I1  if  k  m  Mm  m  <i\  m  1J3F  M  ms  M  Ss  I|1  <W>*  s/wsfrtfc^  ^  -V ,, i ,v-'. ' -(v jv -j5f Tti/">i   ';f;r  'I  , 3 -'",.;," i>" :ri��  Twelfth Year  ' ir  PHOENIX; B.C., SATURDAY, SEPT. 23,  1911  No. 44  4*  i'  - * Frederic Keffer, mining  engineer  ;for;the B..C ^Copper 5 company, - re-  cently examined  a quartz  property  Jn the neighborhood of Silverton.  ;    A shaftW'the Little Burn fraction  ^Marshall group, a gold-copper prop-  position, ,close to town, is sunk to a  ' . * i    ,       -,   <" i' ���    <,  depth of twenty feet; all in solid ore.  John J., Grady, who recently  bonded a-number ofpreperties surrounding the Indian $Ijhes, Ltd.,  on the Salmon river, has left for the  east. ���" He. will spendsseveral weeks  ;at Boston, Mass., interesting capital  .    >in the formation   of ?an  exploration  ./A. Shepperd, manager *bf the Tat-  laA'oko'Gold Mines, confirms the re-  ported discovery  of /rich i gold  and'  silver-bearing properties in tHe4Chil-  cotin district" dffv British'^ Cplumbia.'  x Th the opinion of Mr. Shepperd the  'districtswill prove by far the1 richest'  -"ihMhe province.   '.���"-'  <    * rTk��k. m^;^"'^:-J-:u' h^j-m^^  BX: Mining    | [IflfcaA^f the -firnVftP-Tifflfllttf I    ^nd Forks Fair  \*d>  n  Preparations' on a large scale are  RECIPROCITY DOWN AI^D OmitaZfifSi ^ StSS  ori September 29th and 30tn./ , Ex  Politics Thrown to the Winds���A National Triumph��� British Gol-  ;,, umbia ^yholly Against Pact. '  J' The 21st of'September, }1911vhas become historic in the annals of  Canada. Party politics appear, to have been cast to*the winds, Conser-  vatives.arid Liberals'^lilike^ uniting to defeat the reciprocity agreement.  Not only, is the.GoveOrhmexit defeated,,but more than' half of the cabinet  ���have Been unseated.^' British Columbia went solid against the measure,  not a single,supporter oKthe government being returned. It is anything  bill: a'party yicfbry. H is nothing short of a-national, triumph. It means  ���tha^tcin'future the,Dominion will make her own tariff, free from any outside influence, be ,iCeitHer seductive or otherwise. ' We understand the  new administration will have 'a'.'majority of about 47, , . <  ,   t-J W ���*,>,!��*} i   '/"-   ,1-i,i^-VAA-^ Ji>,       rnCCTTT   TC ��� , ���    .<l  KxioUJuio "   " ��    ,  tw  The; Moreen"*1 mine i'ih' Deadwood  camp, a very promising gold-copper  property has been unwatered, and  "work will be resumed as soon as the,  owners arrive-frofntthe j'east. Mrs.  . ^Parsons - of^Mthheapi-ilis,4'Brlfnnr, ^r  prSsentrVsldidg atlGreenwood ,'owns  a controlling interest in the Moreen.  Intense - excitement has been  created at Hazelton^ by the arrival  ��� of, Philip Hankin and FrankMartin,  two prospectors from' Hudson Bay  mountain, in the Bulkley;' valley,  with large samples of native silver.  One leaf, the size of a man's'hand,  is almost* solid ' silver, and other  samples weigh ten pounds, 26 per  cent native stiver.  The operators" of the Sterling-  mine at Ymir have just encountered  over four feet of - high grade ore,  * showing some galena, having got  in under the rich showing exposed  pn the surface. The vein on the  Jennie Bell has been found in place  and rich ore encountered, containing  some galena. A recent assay gave  $119.50 over all, $57 of which was  in gold.    ��  The mining outlook at Yale is  distinctly improved. The early  stories of rich strikes proved to be  the result of enthusiastic imagination only and many citizens were disgusted at what seemed certain  to bring  only   discredit on   the dis-*  Conservatives/ . .\  Liberals; \lj!"%\^h.  ^Independents^. . .  f   *  .126  .  79s.  2  ,: a-   ^Conservatiirermajority'v i   47,  . ^Tp.dieaiy from A-<--������S��^'.V- ��� ! ��� ���    9  -   "     -Deferred-elections:'r.... .., ,   A  "   '  t/^C^'^^'-^^'By Provinces.    ,  //- V  < t  :^0'htaribV::4-l  t j  Lib. '- Con.      14 69  ^r' Qufebe-c;:^ /PK'E^V. ..,  37   - < 21  Nova Scotia"' i.:-y.: 9 ^ % 8  ^ ,,;," New'Brunswick \y-y \ 4 - 5  m        M-d>t>        J-���          *������*�����������������������������������        M ^&  MBntishColumbia;:. 0   , \    7  ^j0hB^*%xhps^    * 'I? ri'fi Alberta ' '.. .'Cv:*.-.* .��.*..j ...  51 u    2  .   Saskatchewan..,..' .* -,.  7'. ' -^" , 3  arf v vrvi���a*'  Ind.  (0  2  0  0  p7  0  o  I  -     \  >y  Totals 79 v    126 2        -'  The probability of,British Columbia having one of its members in the  , *\        '    * ���   ,        -  ���   -  "        , ,,,���:,���,* ^ ����� ?  the cabinet is seriously discussed.     Martin JBurrell "may^b'e slated for the  Portfolio of Agriculture. ' * >\' -.    :    l "   - .' ^        .   -  - ��r    -  tensive grounds  are being laid'out,  and'   'more    buildings   are    being  erected in * anticipation of a/record  show/    Reduced'rates  on, all  the  railroads  are provided , for.., Horse  racing is to be an important feature,  and. several  baseball,,matches ,will  be played, on  the excellent diamond  on,the showgrounds.    Thejexhibits  will   include   norsesj"tca,tllley'   fruit,  poultry,. vegetables,   field'produce, ,  horticulture, painting photography,  embroidery and other domestic arts  A  special section   will, be   reserved  for an   exhibit ' of,, ores,,etc.,   and a  handsome list of prizes is announced  for  the  winners.    All  communications ^should .be'*' addressed- to  the  secretary;, R.  * J:   Gardner,   Grand  ForksV<B. C.v '  -*. '        -O  M\  "'j     Brooklyn Hotel        ,  ���   The   large <^ billiard   room  of  the  Brooklyn; .Hotel was   the ' centre, of  attraction, on 4ThursdayStnigtit^t)1;Jas.  of  trict. But now the local mining industry has at least three solid bases,  the Yale Mining and Development  cjompany, the Siwash Creek Mines,  Limited and the Hidden Creek, on  "* a tributary of Siwash creek.���.West  Yale Review.  This week's report from the Red  Cliff should prove  very satisfactory  to the shareholders 6( the company.  The .rich copper one which was  struck in the lower tunnel a few  days ago is still maintainingits high  values and the lead has widened out  until it is now ten feet. The gravity  tramway is now finished and operating successfully, tiie ore bunkers  arid railway spur to the mine are  completed and a shipment of 500  .tons of $20 ore will be made before  the end of the month.���Portland  Canal Miner.  ��� Mike Walsh has opened up a nice  showing of ore on the Yuba Dam,  on Goat creek, near Bear Lake.  From descriptions it would seem  that the Yuba Dam is a characteristic Bear Lake dry ore proposition.  Mr. Walsh has worked on the property steadily for several years, and  at a certain disadvantage caused by  lack of a trait.. His first showing  was a streak of( ore, but a drift on  the vein lower down the hill has resulted in the opening up of theeight  inches of ore already mentioned.  The rock looks well, being heavily  impregnated with grey copper.ahd >a  greenish" stain indicative of..a J. high  grade dry ore.  Charles F. Caldwell off Kaslo? re-  *��� 1 1 w 1,  . . I  ports awarding a'contract for'trans-  porting 1,000 tons of ore from the  Utica mine over a rawhide trail to a  siding on the Kaslo & Slocan;rail-  road, ' having received assurance  from the syndicate owning that road  that it wiir'be reconstructed and1  permanently operated* in a short  time. He also announced that he  expects to finish' the upraise from  the No. 5 to the No. 4 tuunel in 40  to 45 days, when a good force of  miners will be put to work drifting  and "��� stoping. The Utica mine is  situated on the Kaslo slope of the  high range of mountains between  Kootanai and Slocan lakes.���Mining  Science.  The eleventh general meeting of  the western branch of the Canadian  Mining Institute was held in the  K. P. hall at New Denver, a short  time ago. Robert R. Hedley, ot  Vancouver, presided, and there Emma,  were about seventy present. In-r Others  teresting discussions took place on  the various papers which were presented The following were the  subjects discussed: "Early days in  the Slocan," Professor J. C. Gwil-  lim; "Notes on minerals found in  Slocan district," Wm. Thomlinson:  "Notes on geology and ore deposits  of. Slocan," O. E. I,e Roy;, "Costs-  and .cost conditions at Blue Bell  mine," S. S. Fowler; "Lucky Jim  mine," A. J. Becker. , /  ties.were present, and perfect good  fellowship prevailed throughout the  night: ~ Around the room.swere fixed  a number of black boards upon* Which  were marked all the contested districts in the Dominion. The advent  of each return was eagerly watched,  the announcements being punctuated by the .cheers of the party scoring. ' When if was seen 'that the  / defeat of the government vvas certain, the , local leaders- of < both parties addressed the assembly. From  the time the polls closed until after  midnight       the     excitement-     was'  intense.   �����   Boundary Ore Tonnages  Following are the returns of the  output of the mines and smelters of  the Boundary district for the week  ending Sept. 23, and year to date:  Granby  585,672  Mother Lode   5,658 221,117  Jack Pot       441 i 21,143  Rawhide   2,983 151,029  Athelstan    3Q1 5,416  Napoleon  7,578    302  Wh  - ^ t  498  3,762  SMELTER TONNAGES     ���  Granby     577,791  B. C. Copper Co... 11,883   444,181  B. C. Copper Treatment  The B. C. Columbia company's  smelter treated 11,883 tons of ore  this week, as follows: Mother Lode,  7,055; Rawhide, 3,621; Wellington,  131; Athelstan, 438j:, others; 638.  '7,  v  u  i>  ,v s.  III!  ���,$$.fc-fjip-%��s-��,"il;  iSS&aaaiJssasa  ==5at*=��Ji5��Sfeilfe  w        ~v^ *.," ���jar-'  "_ ( 1 M  V"X  *     V  feikCW.  ty^f,Si��auwti��'.w3iwK^^  * A.  * '        V  ' 1 i lv- ;'.-''���;'������;������,. -".   ���  '-..���.'>:...-?.,���'':.; .i=iw,Ki - ������'   7-^,l;''!,''''7-77-r''7<'^i^#V;.77;H77;''r'7"7 .;���!'":-'",^'/:  $g��|vfe^77\7;v;:;7^  7Vm ; 777 ;1 p? 7i&^7'-*^  ^riKV^'YtfHfc^iiM&iitwS A'ui'-'l vm'i- ! ���-.'��� .' ''���.'���.-:. '���"������< i5_L  ������'.^V|  *>:-&���.  ';,iV:7.i*^%  MS*!  i?i  tafffco^ettfM^^  S#aiPreturri^^  ?ol8��^^  IJ^Wlchock^elp^  ^^m^p^^  a good fellow and soon you'll have a  Mrbcessib^  helped himself 'knocking vother, people  f$Ltmrenc#M^  ing horses near Kerr Creek on Sunday,  '���waslcr^^  Sowe^.^is^^  he was taken to the hospital at Green:  ^o^IMifml^  ern lights occurred on Tuesday at-nki^  mediately overhead a fan like shaft of  to theshape it was ^mistaken by many  IpiislWiiKt^S^^  about some old, prominent citizen who  never had the manhood to;takeyhis  inlsuplvf&t^^  eulogize a inan to the skies who was  A three line notice is all such fellows  l ?j��i��wJ  * "���*(*"('"  Hi.v-'in'jii-H mu'ii 1  mi  ^^SS^���^^i��:'';ii^tS- a'* -J  Sft'^  ;^f|  K^i^iSi^  H��i  lei]  GW'Jl  H;::  ui^iia  OW  r7'^J  ..>r.v.  ��i  Sit :!;,<>���'J*.^,'Ji*<r ���!'}':'.- ���r-;,.'.<J-.'.,.':.|..'.is.'i;<i:i-^��V.,|  i--j.��>'.  No Alum  SI!  Afti  M  ^���jl^/c'n'^-������''> I",; '^ii^W^' ^.���i^*r*^<*,^^'('JiV^^���:,'^iV��.'���'^^���^  Lime Phosphate  5^3^  ?W?$���r/4l  M$a^fp5phete  . ^||t|ni||iS  ;fn|ipfIn1o||ih||^  lulliiih  ;co1Mf|^^  lIltBislft^  iffipgfethel^^ "'This is  the  ^^WIIBIiillliiilSs on sale Sept. 2*tK to. 30tb-6Oal return.l.m.t, Oct. 2nd. _  ^^lilllllllirtionate reduction from .aU^oints: ty Boundary.    For further  ^iS^l'  LJl*u'��^����,orinnc..ftte'. call or write  ^^^M^M^^M *ciLmn  liQjfiltll^lll^hl^  lioiBiiiiPS^^  aaWT:-.''.'/)  P7^-r  St?'.' ���., ���"-.  ilHIlulars, berth reservkions, etc., call or write  llllflil.1   '    '" '   W. X. PERKINS, Agent  '^iiM?1Sr7vv'77:;;7'77^'7 7''--':  k_i^igmmm^^i:'  %,'V     ��� ir:'A?//s^^:^'js^f^^r^'*:' >-^^i-*i' i' "V'' v-**^. ���',  '*���&  y< ���  l--.^Miti^:^ifi-&ff'bt  ������'���,������ ���$s&^Tblfy.W:!-&'-sf:i'.>;s\~-!  Faint f  Have w�� weak heart, dizay feelings, oppressed  fcWbinrf after meals P. Or do you expenence pam  ovS Se heart, shprti,^ of breath on tf��n��up-��un  and the many distressing symptoms which indicate  JSSr circulation and bad blood? A heart tome,  blood and body-builder that has stood the test of  over 40 years of cures is  Dr. Pierce'sGoldenMedical Discovery  The heart becomes regular as clock-work. The red  Wood corpuscles are increased in number-and the  nerves in turn are well fed. The arteries are filled  with good rich blood. That is why nervous debility,  irritability, fainting spells, disappear and are overcome by this alterative extract of medicinal roots  part up by Dr. Pierce without the use of alcohol.  ,,^<m^:^;^.-:�����.* ~.*.m , A*��k  your  neighbor.    Many have   been   cured  of  7:>-W^0tf0Mi,W&%.'m ^jjrinn.  ulcers, "fever-sores,"   white swellings, etc., by taking  ^W^l^^^m^^^ the refreshing and vitalizing tonic  needed  for  :*llPlifeSS^^ ���-��^ in convalescence from fevers or for run-down, anaemic,  :: ������ iiiiif  winter is "so hear at hand,  and even those who have the gold  fever realise this. There is no question that early in the spring there  will be a rush to Tatlayako and this  rush most come through Ashcroft,  but at present there is nothing in  any way resembling a stampede and  such rumors should be discouraged,  for they only do harm.  <"        OVER ��S YEARS  EXPERIENCE  receive  Al*T<teo^yinito^ ^SSSSt,,''feS5S''-'Sr'  miXn of mht scientific journal. . f**���!��, XJSE  gSSSS &TOa yeax. P����ta8e prepaid. Sold toy  ail t&wtwB&ifXB.,  HIS^ONOtJB^  ernbrtjhlGouhcil thaslboenfapleased. tt>  appoint r;the^ Honoui^le^U^ert, Ed-  ^ard iMcPhifli^s; K^Mf President ot  the Excicuti VQ.Council;|theTIqn Ourable  Price EllisoUj Ministei' of , Finance;  ���CharlesrH&tty Iiuj^in^^the City of  ^yTictbria^iEsquire; and?"vVilliam Harold  Malkin?of the..'Oity^pf.:-Yancpiiver..Ea-  qiii^''"t6'be'':iG^m^'ii8si6nerSv: under ,the  ^Public Inquiries Act" for^ the? purpose  <>f enquiring into and;reporting upon  theIbperatibn^rif thb "Assessment Act.  ;i90Si% with -respect ?tb ics practical  healings on the'".financial requirements  of the Province, v; 7    ; \ ���'  ^The saidv Opnimissipnersj will. hold  their^ meetirigsr on the^ date>and at the  places 'mentibhed hereunder, namely:  Victoria.at 7 the^ ^ Execiitive, Council  Cham per v   Parliament   Buildings,  Monday and Tuesday,' 25th  and  26th September at 10 a.m.. At the  Courthouse   or   the   Government  r Officeviat; the following places:���  Nauaimo, Wednesdayand Thursday,  27th and 28th September.  Vancouver,   Friday  arid Saturday,  29th and 30th Septem ber.  New Westminster, Monday, 2nd Oc-  ���Re velstoke, Wednesday, 4th October.  Golden, Thursday, 5th October.  Cranbrook; Saturday, 7th Octobei;.  Fernie, Monday, 9th October. ;  Nelson, Wednesday, 11th October.  Rossland, Thursday, 12th October.  Grand Forks, Friday, 13th October.  Princeton, Saturday, 14th October.  Merritti Monday, 16th October.  Kamloops, Tuesday, 17th October.  Sumnierland, Thursday, 19th October  Penticton, Friday; 20th October.  Kelowna, Saturdayv 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.  Treasurv Department,  13th September, 1911.  ID,��.U ra jo.��6flBwwMSwiasr' new Ton  Bsaaob Offlee, 686 F Bfc, Waublnston, B  Subscribe for  The  Phoenix  Pioneer and get the Boundary news. o  EWlMWmiWlJMS  . -41wtiwUiu.uu.su.iM���**"*."-* ""���'  One of the latest prominent gen  tlemen  to   speak   highly   in   2am  Buk's favour i�� Mr. C. E. Sanford  of Weston, King's Co.; W.S.   Mr*  I'SaaforeVxi a Justice>ef the;Peace  Sot the County, and a member of the  Board of School Commissioners.  He ia also Deagon of "the* Baptist Church  in Berwick. ^Indeed it would be difficult  to find a man more widelyknown and  more highly respected.1. Here is .his  opinion of Zain-Buk.    He says :���    l  " I never used anything that gave me  such satisfaction as Zam-Buk.    I had a  patch of Eczema on my ankle which;had  'been there for over 20 years. 'Sometimes  also the disease would broak  ont on my  shoulders;    I had .applied var.oua ointments, and tried all.sorts of fringe'-to  obtain a cure; but In vain.   Z im-Buk, unlike everything .else,I had tried, proved  highly satisfactory and cured, the ailment.  "I nave also used "ziam-xnuc ior i ten ing  wiles, arid it has cured them  completely  also.   I take comfort in helping my brother  men, and if the publication of my opinion  of the healing value of Zam:Buk will lead  other sufferers to try. it, -J should be glad..  For the relief of aftfferingrcaufied by Piles or  Skin Diseabes ,1 know of nothing to equal  Zam-Buk.",..   ,   .'���*,-;"V', "**?    ' ��       .  Zam-Bdk cur��3 uleera, abscesses, blood-poison,  ring-worm, festering or running Bores, bad log,  varicose ulcers, Bait rheum, prairie itch, cuts,  burns, bruises, baby's sores, etc. Purely herbal,  60o box, druggists andstores.  Refuse imitations.  vnXVn'WVsWKmukMsawm^KmMaMrs'w^^mm    POTTED PARAGRAPHS  NOTICIS. .'  1-a   tho  i:.u.UU-v  (if  an   appiicafion  for  V (U;i>iicai(- Certificate of Title to Lot  10, jJlock- 10, Cily   of Greenwood,  Af'apOJ-/  NOIiCE  i��. hereby given that it is  i.jyin^Mlion at the expiration ol one  lumiiiitroui the date of "the first pub-  iirnlioji,    hereof,   to .issue   duplicate  Certificate- of Title to paid lands issued  to John Mulligan, on   March 6th, 1900,  ' ami numbered  82SU\.,   unless   in    the  meantime 1 receive   valid  objection in  writing.  AV. H. EDMONDS,  District Registrar.  Land H.'��tetvy Office,  Kamloopri, B.C.,  ; July 29fch, 1011.  ��� A. $.; HOOD ���.���.';  .Fire, Life and Accident   Insurance.^      General Ag-ents.  Bank Block, Phoenh^ B. C.  is Interested and should know  about the wonderful-.  MARVEL Whirling Spray  The new Vaginal Syrmge.    Best  ���Most convenient,   it cleanses  instantly.    '  Ask yout  J druggist forit,  If he cannot supply thtf  MARVEL accept.no other,  but send stamp tor .illustrated  book-sealed. It gives full partic, . ..  ularsand directions invaluable to ladles. ���    _  WINDSOR SUPPLY CO.        : ��WP  Windsor.  Ont. G^.-al A^ntsf.vM,.^.  . German statistics sho.w.thg.t 900,T  000 troops are under arms and in  the field at the present-time.      '     \  Melbourne,. Australia, .will spend  325,000,000 electrifying all suburb  ban railways and  tramways. ���>���  The temperature in England is  breaking all; '��� records.. ' September  8th lhe. /nercur.y, registered' 92; the  highest September record. The  drouth continues unabated.  Nearly,25,000 persons engaged in  the New .England textile industry  resumed work Monday after various  periods',of idleness ,due to, curtailment. ��� Within eight .days 85,000  textile, operatives in.t'he New EngJ-  land states-have   returned M:o work.  ' ��� The ' progressive ' national ' committee circularizing the country  Wvs:-v44To secure re-election,'-,Taft  must recover 63 .electoral vptes'.from  states; carried by. democrats in 1910,  without"lasihgr':auy-" "votes   in ' the  progressive states which'then stayed  , -        - ��� *"s '. . ���       '   . - i  i'n'the republican* column.*"   ���    \>  It   is--rumored  .in, "Mexico',,City  ���th;it   Dr. Franciscb Vasques Gomez  has in his'* possession ^papers'showing" iriaf'the'M'kdero   rev'olution was  nV,;ir.cetC-;by Standard  O'ii Gb../Ne-  i?f ti rations, \ -it','i.s".'said, V,were   con-  ducted   through    Joaquin   Casezeb,  attorneys for Waters-Pierce" Oil Co.  in Mexico.        -    -   ���       - ���       ��� - -      S;  Dr. 'Douglas* M'avvso'ri,. a'British-  Australian    south ��� Pols     explorer?  .declares'  .,he   'has     discovered/ a  lode    of   radium   ore    three , miles  lont; and from a few   feet'^o several  hundred yard.s "wide at Mount Painter, in South Australia.      Dr.  Maw-  son calculates   the  profiteer   ton of  crude ore at $1,100. '  Russia" is firm' in   its determination to stand by Fr-ance in the event  of a   belligerent   acton   the   part of  Germany.     Russia's   move  in   such  an event would   be   to   threaten the  German rear   by   throwing a sufficient   force   on   the   Kaiser's   eastern  frontier   to  'keep  half   the   German  army occupied, while an expeditionary army invaded the north Balkans.  The  jewelry   which   belonged "to  Belle Elmore, the American actress,  for whose   murder,   in   London, her  husband Dr.   Crippen was   hanged,  was   disposed   of   by    auction    last  week.    The lot "brought about $800^  The  best price   realised   was  $325,  which was given   for   a single stone  ring.     The   ''flaming   sun'' brooch,  which rfigured, in the: trial -of Crippen,  brought only $100;       i;   .  Extraordinary diminution of $3-,-  ,851,000 ;;tn^goi^\an4^;i:,8^.^Q;in^  ;silver^stocks'-^o��\'| the , Bank of  France -has been disclosed by the  report for week ended Sept. 13;th.  A suggested explanation is that  the military treasury is being replenished- Foreign institutions have  withdrawn $100,000,000 from German banks since the war scare, of  which French banks took half and  English banks the other half.  '   ' Whether you are well.dressed or not is determined more by,  where you buy your.clothes  than-by what you  pay for theta.  :       Nci'matter what you pay us for a suit you may be sure that if a  . the'best to be had for, the'money.     3est in; material,, workmanship and style.    All we'ask-is a, chance', to show you.,   If you  are looking for asuit we. can suit you.      '���;������ ��� . ,'      ���    ��� - ���  Negligee Shirts, $1.do; SI;25i S1.50 and up.  ,r    S     &         "'     - V   '.' Mi^il--**    LIGHT-WEIGHT  Underwear, Balbnggan, Merino,      wool.  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TTHT'W^rasffl^^  To September 23,  iiWe :wUl:maU The Daily Pro|mce  till September 23 to any address  in Canada outside the city of >;an-  ��� couyer, for 35^-   . :,;7;-7  Greiieral Elections September 21  Take advantage of our Splendid News Service  and follow intelligently the moves of each party.  mi  /7,tfii;��,l  \w-m  ������ ���em.-i'.bi  !"ffe Vi" ���'  ������r:$St��n-\-,~r  m: m  ieot^��hs^^  J.v.-.   __  _  t__._ ( t^ t WT.t��� ..........^......j,,.,;.,-;.....,.,,.--*\ ^.V.;,.:;..;^  -���f>*a^j^?fvsttrz*7rTeas^^rii^f^  *r*nTV"'����.Vr-C..'- .������'���"a!"  - .v.;  i  W, ���fi:^;t;&..'J  ���a-^-:\'MM&i  tm* 3w?0i0t  7; ��2"  <HMnj(S��UtJai^*^lUIU��IIIUi|kMl,V)^1^M>a<J.u {  ������I  ^XS3gtfgtf&����b��  \!}&i^$'$y'Mi&^ ; -.���'*������ ������^���'������' iiu^ .'v.-V'-7'  ' i\l'  i><t:  ;7 ���:���;:���; i7:;,,:;/r7s;7;;!r|^  'V!.V'.7;;;V^7\3^^  :'l"r-'* V.^i'^-V-^*' ;.lO.^%i<^-^v,:^t���?'^.';"V-%;?!' ���" ;..i!,;:i-". ���'-?���>��� V'-'-" '-'.:r,>:*--{ K -,;:V-''.'"\'-''...-. i: .������;,-������ :'.���;��� L.;'-'.  ^'pM-^ernte^  iwhie^^lk)^^  fair|8rfftm^  lM*Ia��afl^rrend^^  ���..���iV.l^.V-iY:'^' >1��  j:*iOi--i!>V  ���v"a-rV!' - Greatly ?f���������������^���-���  uii^'*>  ....     . .     �� {���     -'�������  .-.... a \ J--:; ^     >���- ���  *3&��*3*fc  V\M M  &BB  tsm  sms&  wm  BSasaa  6K  pltllB^^  S^rttthem^  an^exhibit of ^rMatthe  ' 1 *^^fe��v^fej%5v;:^:;^;v/!:-'^^^ ��!i'V"'��'>i  ^titish Gqliimbia Tc^ Gottipete  |^alispn|s||^iiN|^  |il||Sner||ha^^  ||lsu3n||��|opilect^^  8||iBiMto|^M::Yoxk||^^  |l||ji|^;prepar|;ti  JwUi|iel:^un^ertaicep^  ^minstl^S^^^^lfc  ;bU)nSw^  |ampBni7|eje|ii|^  |pr|ni^ii'lii||^  ^ajpoltuteff��  |ilrmsffil|��Kaic|||xffi  ;lo5Ml:5s^it^Jfrnn^  Section^ ^i|^a^%:���^^|^^  ceiv^d in New V^e^  4h:a;n:6ctp^:';14^  7f:-:It7i^th^:desii^;::o^  :^a|%ye^;7i'effbrt  :t|7grpwlrs;^7:B.-(3^^  Sliil well i^ropKy^ 'iyal ued :"at;,;$ 1000.  She^eidl!o��  ^ien^JSWbe!;^  ?rnu;s|;ib||#rn|p^  Blisl|uiliii;iK  liicesl  ISlililii  WBaA  Vi^ih^ itill     No man khpws When they wi    stop  rising.    Yet -Dia-  mbnds are sold bf us ^t the same prices that were asked last season  'because we iawh^w things were ^oing^ a  We biiy them direct from headquarters and save you the middleman s  brofit     A Diamond is about the only form of investment certain not  &-::d��pr^^^^^ Inspection Invited.  etim;|^^dfr  iii��iiiti. imm  ||Sliiillll!8i7$7 ItlSilli   ppwih   in   f ^elf 3Sm8 ��P..^. Cattle*. Ont  The Jeweler  is our business and we are  here to please you. The  next time: that you  want  |^b||J^ Statements, Circulars,  ^ai||i)oag^  ana We will  show yon  samples : : : J  Kd/WKfcll  How About  That  IV  /'We are. in the lead with the very Newest Styles,  and Clothes that cannot be excelled on the continent  for quality and 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.  Hardwoods  Canada is dependent for its lumber supply on the soft woods of the  [forest much more than is the United  States,    according   to.    the    1910  Forest Products report compiled by  jtbe Dominion Forestry branch, anjd  shortly to  be   published.    Of   the  ! Canadian  lumber cut amounting to  nearly  five  bilHon  feet,  only  bneU  ! twentieth   consisted  of Jhardwoods ,  or broad-leafed trees, worth  barefy  five  million   dollars;  on  the,, other  hand, almost one-quarter/of the lumber cut sn the Uoiteci States consists  of hardwoods, which country -had  far greater  hardwood .forests, than  ever did Canada.  Canada is already  feeling a' shortage of the hardwood  supply, and  makes up  the national  deficiency    by importing,   annually  from  the United   States, hardwood  lumber to the value of $7,500,000.  Thus the  value  of the hardwoods  imported into Canada   during-  1910  exceeded- by SO per cent  the value  of the hardwoods manufactured into  lumber.    Nearly   all these  imports :  are from the United States, aqdcoss?  stst of the  most valuable grim, walnut, cherry and" a  large amount of \  hard   pine'which 'is frequently used  : as a hardwood.     From these figures  it is  plain  we are  becoming   crip-re  and   -more    dependent   upon      the  United StatesT whose available sup- ,  ply for export  is surety and rapidly  decreasing.   /Whatever can be done  to improve the resources of CanadEa/Ji  ;bv the  elimination  of wood waste:]-/,  and particularly by the development ;  of the small wood lots of Ontario,  Southern Quebec and the Maritime  provinces, should be  done with all  ! possible speeds  Beonthe  Safe Side  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, an  assuranpi of good qualify..  'PHONE 23  PHOENIX BREWING CO.,  LIMITED  N.J. Carson & Co  FISHING TACKLE!  ��T To bring in the fish you. want to go with the right tackle,.  Right now we are showing.a complete line, of tackle and  accessories, for spring and summer fishing.     We can fur-  -  nisfe everything but the bait. , ���  ���[ Don't - forget that we carry a fine line of Kodaks and  swppliesv    Our prices are reasonable.  prices  ,,._r and  look at the display  of Frae Glassware in  our  windows..    These goods are  all high-class, and  of finest  *f Stop  quality.    No home should he without them.  Wrl-tfn& Paper in 1-a.teat  Shapes a.��<l Tints?  HTRO  THE PHOENIX  E3AIRY  ,.     W. i-McKif & SONS,. Profs.    <���  ffelto I Bidyou try a pint ofour milk? You did l Well*  you will readily admitthat ft cannot he excelled anywhere for richness, quaEty and purity.. "What's your  rphonenmnher?   F 35L We deliver xnHfc daily.  Phoenix Grown Apples  It  will be a .surprise to manyjn  Phoenix to learn that  apples- can be  successfully grown in the camp.     If  there are  any inclined  to doubt the  truth   of such   a statement,,   a. personal visit   to   the gardens' on ,t&e  New York townsite will am pry  suffice to- convince the   most sceptical.  Ed. BlundelFs trees are loaded with,  fine matured fruit���three varieties���  one a beautiful specimen of the Red  Blush.     It was   found necessary to  support the trees to prevent damage  owing to   the-  weight  of the.- fruit.,  Martin    Burrell,,   MLPu   when*    in<  Phoenix  on Tuesday,,   visited   the  gardens    m.    company   with   Fred.  Graham,, and  could scarcely believe  his   eyes.     He   said  that   when   ih  London,   in   charge-  of the   British  Columbia    fruit  exhibit,,   a   single  apple   was   shipped   to    him   &q:ot��  ; Phoenix and was given a prominent  place* with a label attached "Grown  in Phoenix at an altitude of aearly  5,GQG; ��eet~>r Mr. BlundeH: tnteads-to  send specimens ta the fairs .at Greenwood and Grand Forks.  TRY  the  The. Canadian Northern has plans,.  under way   to   establish   a fleet   of  passenger,      grain     and     package  freight ships on the Great Lakes, in  1913.  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In all eight  different free  acts have  ' been engaged,, one of which cost as  ', hiffh as $1000. in addition to these  free acts   the  great  Parker  shows  .have been engaged Lto provide,the  Midway. These shows alone require a  special  train of  15 cars to  : transport them and include a mammoth,   Ferris   wheel, _ the   Human  . Roulette��� Wheels Pearly and Jennie,,  the biggest girj and jjjthe - Ifitiailest  \Ldy.   : Pearlis a^youfig girl^the  - tender :age of 15,, but ivho nevjerthe^  less weighs 610 pounds, "white 'Miss  ���Jennie is a young lad^ of 25; weighs  '34 pounds; "and\\is only ;36,;jn��:hei  tall.,", Another ;show Js the model  city, a marvellous.mechanical invention which required 4ive years to  build; Joe and Salli&&^airof chimr  panzees whor when seen, can enable  one to understand Darwin's theory  of the missing fink;'the Crazy  House and the Squeezer; two excruciatingly funny amusment devices, and Edwards' animal show,  embracing most of the lesser known  animals. The ,Parker r shows are  noted throughout America as being  one of  the best  carnival companies  travelling.  ' The  afternoon and  evening free  attractions wilt take up at least  three hours, the star attraction being Burnstad's wild west show, an  aggregation of 18 horses and 10  men in a thrilling .exhibition of  Roman chariot races, Roman stand-  races and daring" cowboy stunts  such as broncho busting, steer riding aud lariat throwing. In this  act the star actor will be "Black  Tracyj "who has the reputation of  having  been   ridden   only twice  m,  I rive years.     The Imperial troupe of  i Russian dancers consists of four  ladies  and   two  men^   who   give a  -whirlwind exhibition of the muph-  talked of  Russian  dancing.     Prof.  7 Jas. E. Hardy, the High wire king,  otherwise known as the American  Blo.nd.in, will be seen in a thrilling  and fascinating high wire performance entirely different and superior  to the work of the ordinary W're  walker.      The Upside Down Zenal-  b!as,is a "high .class < balancing act  given by ajady and gentleman\ unsurpassed in its originality .Dorothy  De >Vonda, the f lady aerialist, will  make daily ascensions into ,the  clouds, accompanied by her favorite;  d,og,Jboth making a sensational de^  cent in different parachutes. liliss  Marie McDonald; the Scotch gold!,  medalist, will delight" the hearts of  the people from thfc . laYid tof the  heather with ";her cleyeV delineation  bf Scotch hatiotiar dances: " The  comedy part of the" programme will  be ably looked afterbyftappy and  his trick mule^yhamite^the1 funniest acttn ekistencgfan^ftn^^  trio; ari exceptionally' clever troupe  of comedy bar" acrobats, wlto heed  no recommendation to Nelson audi-  y? -     -  '     v~- *    n- :>:>    ���-  ences. _��..,.  * In the matter of exhibits, from  present indications itr seems as if  all previous years' /entries of fruit  will be doubled. Especially will  this "be "true in exhibits of box fruit,  special provision being made for  the heavy display anticipated. It  also appears as if' the new poultry  building will be taxed to its utmost  capacity, which is some 2,000 birds.  From all parts of the district  word comes to the effect that miners  and lumbermen are busy training  for the drilling, log chopping and  sawing events, all of which promise  to be more keenly contested than  ever. Both the C.P.R. and G.N.R.  are offering single fare rates from  all points in British Columbia, from  Vancouver to Calgary and branches.  The attendance this year in view of  the excellent attractions provided,  will in all probability exceed any  previous year.  Vi  Sale of Rugs and CaVpets-~^v*hy most helpful? Because  this ereat sale.reveals, our largest collection, of Rugs* and  Carpets'; arid prices are the lowest we've ever quoted for a  spring sale. Home-loving people who have looked ^e-  where came here to buy ! They're enthusiastic, oyer She  thorough completeness, the reliable qualities and genuine  economies disclosed in this once^a-year affair;! "Siettle^the  Rue and Carpet question here tomorrow^-in a pleasing  economic way.  ���i'  ��C A-s. -y> -^.���a^*w' ig*&K' ---?  ���i     ,1  1 -  1; msaaam tt   Jl _ _,_     ��� V^Ba jammt- ^sma* H ^sav maam  1,  Vyhen in need of LUMBER,  LATii, SHINGLES, CORD-  WOOD or SLABWOOD I  can   fill  your  order  promptly.  C. A. ROSS       Phone.-A6'9  Ccr   \aa?******* a*trie* ��� Furniture Dealer  . F. tdWaraS,        artd undertaker  Eastern ToWnsl^s Bank  QUARTERLY DIVIDEND No. 11B  Notice is hereby given that a Dividend at the .rate  of nine per cent,(9%) per,r annum upon the jPaid-up  , Capital Stock of this Bank for the current quarter  will be payable at the Head Office and Branches  on and after the second day of October next.  The Transfer Books will be closed from the  15th to the 30th September, both days, inclusive.,  By order of the Board,  J. MACKINNON-, -  Sherbrooke, 28th Aug., 1911. General Manager.  �� GO  If you require any Heavy Teaming or Hauling done,  let us do it for you. That is our business, and we  have the equipment to execute all orders satisfactory.  3 ������ ill ^  We also have a supply of first-class Cordwood, short  or long, and can deliver it on short notice. 'Phone  your order to  34      I  rtl  �� ^   r<  ? i��  ^.7^1  ���}��.- spp^'re^ 7,v7- 7 y yyy.;:? 7 #:  |fp|^;;;':-��� ���;::', ''y2' 77,7;:- �� yy$��^j��fWi y  yy-  ���shr:  fiVMK'iv/i.'-,:..':''.'-1....-!'/.:.',-'.'', '4';...:.;.:y..;,.A;\T|  "-(.',-:' .rr- VJ.-.v. r'.-ify *wy'iiif;  'vu ���'���������' ',. ^-''''"J-I^ris- -tl  I' ,,^f-^r#W^v.fi3>,'5.'!''"Mi.'yisi-'Hv1'*)^!  .���#'#:  ���.''vV'-:  ���<':'v;Jv^.'f.5.oi;';;..':'^'''  77;;7|7||||l||i  f"':-'.7";.'i'; :, V;1 Vi vtVii'u".,* '. 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