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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Sep 30, 1911

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Array lWM&U0M**UMMh  - rt r  ���    -a?  w  Twelfth Year'  PHOENIX, B.C., SATURDAY, SEPT. 30,  1911  No. 45  B.C. Mining    |  \  . c*  \^ .,"   *v  v*1-/.  .The Elkhorn mine in Greenwood  has about completed a car of ore for  shipment.. It is expected'the ore  will average about $125 per ton.  Half a section of the War Eagle  (Phoenix) compressor has been  taken down and shipped to the  Molly Gibson mine, near Nelson.  Geo./ Pratt, pf'Trail, was id charge  of the work;/      .      .       '     *,-  The low'' level crosscut' tunnel of  the _ Phoenix-Greenwood ,Tfamway  company is now in 3,000 feet;:the*  company ajre iibw entitled;r to-the  granV^-^f^OOO ;\from>the^4it^of  , .- Greenwood^for the "worlc performed.  Attention wjillI nowbe' directed to the  Y  r  -    various leads  encountered.    ��� "  .  ��� * ���,,~"     . *.. *��������� ��� a ��� * t v *- - ��  ;. A?. very/ .fine, yem   ha^ ,been un-  covered '.by  surface  workv on "the  ,   ;   AftexJfoear^ New  Denver,  says the  4     Slocan >Ke��6?d. , FiVe" assays gave  returns/ as^follows:^ '. No:!:.l, 256.4  ounces -of-stiver, and 45 per cent..  PROGRESS AT HIDDEN CREEK  J. P. Graves, ;vice-preside'nt and  general manager of the Granby  Consolidated, has  the  following to  on the Ecstall pyrites deposits, near  the Skeena river. At 100 feet in,  solid mixed iron   and copper pyrites  Crow's Nest Outlook  1  say of the companyV new property?  are was struck, containing four per  ^' '  'i  at Hidden Creek; Goose bay, British  Columbia: "The Cabin Bluff ore  shoot, the smaller of the two main  out crops on our'Hidden Creek pro-  perty^contains' a * fine body of ore*.  We have drilled five or "six holes in  this, ore shoot; some * of these ' have  been drilled 800 feet continuously in  ore, and the cores from the lowest  parts ofthe holes, which are/about  sea level, give'an average assay re-  turn of three per cent "copper. The  last cross cut; through this ore  shoot was in ore averaging six per  cent .copper across 125 feet. :,  ���^ ?*Thfe- tunnel through \ the' Cabin  BliifF has been extended to the  Mamnio^ Bluff; ,' it Was within 15  or>^P'^eet ��bf the  beginningjldfthe3  ore shoot in  the latter when' I left  cent copper /or ten feet, when a  lower grade iron sulphide ore was  met with, and the tnnnel is still iri  this ore at 200 feet from the portal.  * "The-vertical.height between the  main tunnel .and the top of the  Mammoth Bluff deposit is 450 feet,  and with the prospecting done it is  reasonable  to " infer   that  the I ore.  y *-��� * * **���   *l  ��  shoot is continuous for,this vertical  distance. The horizontal boun-  daries -of - this ore;v hodyH have not  been clearly defined, but it improbably some 6G0\,feet^fn-length :hy 20  to 25 feet1 in thickness, containing  three to four, per cent in copper.  "At . the CabiniBiuff showing  there, is a considerable depression in  the ground, which  appears tohave  ^  of silver; No.^ 4^l47i2-bunces -of  .silyjer.aiid�� ^6-fper5 ceflt^tead^Np,/ fl  a, 227.2,or. of silver: ^<These samples  were   taken   along   about 100  feetof the vein: \     '      '  The opening up of the Standard  mine at Silverton has' ��� resiilted in  the operation ofthe Alpha and the  Anacortes properties which-were  prospected by the Standard's "* four-  tunnels, which traversed the other's  property. James McNaught, of  New York, -who is the principal  owner of the Alpha and Anarcortes,  has just paid the mine a visit, with  the object of making suitable arrangements with the Standard company to permit of his ore being  shipped through the Standard's tunnels and over the latter's tramway^   <��.   been - caused <;by the ^ oxidizing find  ithe.mine.,,.,This is much the;la^��rdissolving out of the 7^*^16^,1,ore  ore body, and its gfade,w*iirshdrtlyr*r   J '*' *���-'----���-        ��*---���--.  ��--   >���  be demonstrated. - So far our operk-  A Promising Group  Angus McDonald and son returned this week from' the   Slocan district, where   they have been doing  some   development  work   on   their  claims.   .They are  greatly  pleased  < at the latest showing on their property, which   is situated about  four  niilesfrom Sandon  and  a   railway.  The claims which are known as  the  Christina group   adjoins  the Rich-  mond-Eureka, and also a part of the  Slocan  Star, sold this  summer for  $6bo\WO:    The development on the  property include  a  45  feet tunnel,  with ore in various places.    On the  Ontario a tunnel has been driven 50  feet, and a winze  sunk 45 feet, at  the bottom of which eight inches of  carbonate ore was encountered. On  the .Christina a   tunnel   has   been  F it j **"  driveji,200 feet, and assays from this  property-ran about $150 per ton in  silver and lead.  tjons \have\ indicated" that it -will  average At ^eastUthreeujfco ^foucp<?r;  cent in copper. f   '  "About 500, feet back round the  hill and 200 feet higher than the  Cabin Bluff; another and larger exposure of ore was discovered and  named the Mammoth Bluff. This  ore deposit has been prospected by  several tunnels, in all 350 feet in  length.  "There are several smaller showings on this hill, and these, with  the Cabin and Mammoth Bluffs  have been prospected by 2,000 feet  of-open cut, beside the tunnels. To  tap these ore bodies at depth and  form a main working tunnel, a long  drift has been started on the hillside  200 feet vertically below the Cabin  Bluff, and when, the property was  visited this drift was. in 732 feet.  At 480 feet in, the ore seen in the  Cabin Bluff above was  struck, the  body,- asid there is a large deposit  of hematite in a flat pf ten acres to  the - souths * ofk the   ore, showings.  ���n  Reports  from  the   coal regions  of late have been of a contradictory  character.    Last week it   was  reported  the  miners    and   operators  were  in  a conciliatory  mood, and  that  the  end  of the  trouble   was  about to be reached.    On the other  harid the opposite is the case."   Calgary   appears   to    be    taking   no  chances;  the   city   council, baying  placed, orders  for .56,000, tons'of  coal from1 Pennsylvania.^ -In? the    ,  coal region of the Crow's Nest Ibe  mine management are   conducting  an energetic system of prospecting;  with excellent results.    AtMorrisey    -  and Coat creek very large seams of; ?-  coal have been found, oiie^ pf them, ^  being nearly 90 feet fn~^hickness.'  ''" A  despatch ^to ���* the"1 "Daily^cljrs^tr*-  ,on Thursday'says: fiTH^ strike .and  a  its  possibilities have again became &  a. matter of concern to the people of- "  Fernie and all the Pass district,     r  ^The���commg;ejection of n^t^year s 7  officers^^for" d&rf^8;-'iSMW tf&be >  the orily thing,- Qpfmucff interest -to-  the miners, but that'-' is quite a long  where this^disspjlved rio^t^ore^h^ wiy,off and at is hooped that a settle-  been re-deposited.r'^^Samples^orthis^-^-"* -����-^��- ^A^Mfo^iAcr^je--  deposit gave theJ>following   assay event-comes round." ^  '    '   *a\~ '        '   ' '" '  returns:   Iron, ,60  per  cent;  gold, . ���. " a�� \  0.10 oz.; copper, 0.2 per cent.  !The Granby company are carrying out some alterations with  their  tunnel cutting through it, the strike  of the ore being N. 10 deg. W.,  dip 65 deg, W. The thickness of  the ore body is estimated at from 35  to 40 feet, running from four to five  per cent copper. - Drifts 70 feet long  have been run on either side of the  tunnel in ore all the way, the direction of the tunnel being 90 deg.  from the strike of the ore.  "Round the hill to the south 265  feet, and at an elevation of 100 feet  above, the main tunnel, a drift  known as the Pyrites tunnel, is being driven to connect with a raise  from the main tunnel. For the first  100 feet this tunnel runs through  loose granular pyrites crystals,  made up of small detached iron pyrites crystals, similar to those found  ofthe ore body is made up of altered  argillites or shales, traversed by  felsite, diabase and porphyry dikes,  these dikes being of later drigin  than the ore. In some parts of the  deposits there is a vein filling of  quartz, but the main body is composed of solid sulphide ores.  "For  the  last   month we   have  1  been employing 150 men, and the  force is gradually being added to.  AU the engineering work in connection (with the equipment of the property has been completed. The  right of way for the tramway from  the mine to the ore bunkers on tide  water, a distance of a mile, has  I been cleared, as, too, have the sites  for the ore bunkers and wharves.  "A sawmill, having a capacity of  40,000 feet per day is  in operation,  and an electric light plant is being  installed in connection with the old  water power. The construction of  a dam higher up the creek will  shortly be commenced; this dam will  give a head of- 350 feet, and will  provide water for the development  of 3,500 electrical horsepower for  our new plant.  "The head employees of the company are still collecting data that  will determine the company's policy  with regard to the treatment of its  ore. When all the necessary data  shall have been obtained, we shall  decide whether for the present we  shall send the ore to a custom smelter or at once proceed to erect our  own reduction works."  boilers which it is confidently expected will lessen the consumption  of fuel and materially increase the  heating power for the radiators, etc.  The boilers are being removed from  their old position near the barn and  installed . at a point considerably  lower. A number of men are now  engaged on the foundation and a  structure measuring 25x41 feet is to  be erected.       ���  Boundary Ore Tonnages  Following are the returns of the  output of the mines and smelters of  the Boundary district for the week  ending Sept. 30, and year to date:  Granby  585��6^  Mother Lode   5,290 222,4t#,  >ck Pot       314 21,457  Rawhide 3,111 154,140  Athelstan      249 5,665  Napoleon  7,578  Emma  302  Others      629 4,391  SMELTER TONNAGES  Granby     577,791  B.C. Copper Co...   9,328   453,409  B. C Copper Treatment  The   B. C.   Columbia   company's  smelte^ treated 9,328 -tons of ore"  this week, as follows: Mother Lode,  4814; Rawhide, 3,257;  Wellington,  291; Athelstan, 112; others, 854.   4> ���  The Hedley Gold Mining Co. has  declared a regular quarterly dividend of three per cent and two per  cent extra, payable September 30th.  'V* -i  Fi'?  ������     i\  rU  Wit  r  . h  w  -'^f!  s  .r  IV'  P  ���-' i  .' j i  '���V  t- ' i  . t  yi  /;<& ,.;<;i ,:.���?;*���?  r0m  ^IIIF  "Si"'-  ,1l  i  'Wr-'.!( ;"���'���.: 2  asaa  v;;7Dry wood in car lots for sale. A Apply  Harry McKay was a visitor to Dan-  fviUe|9^m^  iis&ma^i-n^  ?.{}'{��� ih-fi-xi?&.i'.V i,".''-*J,";V7-,'V,:V.''4'i '���'���-.��;��� ?W--'T'l-'fiV''* *;'���' '''".[' -;Vv j-T^v''"'"'!:''''"'���."''- -,v>-'.'*'**' -%*V.'*,-i"i?>V*: >-1*/-i*;*".*���?":*���,-!*"'  fwor&"|f ^pp^ ��^Gampt^&^S.  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I The product of  Grapes  'LimePhosphafe  SSSSKSfiS  SQSQ6Q^KS6SSSSS��S^  ;<.'^;^v^  s*;'-  SiffiiU-is^^t  fffSoij^  Gl^wmde  shipped to the Greenwood fair by staged  ||^7iA^|;;llqye^^  itI^v^alid7^H^i^t  jo|;Mot^  jqn::Si^^  :ingjedjfejK:^7tl^^  :^*e1#-^d'ti^  PrIM3��^ta��"5i'5i-i,'l!".S"f*;;, ,.;.  kra,|^Jr!^*i3[;S^^:::|-::V;:���::: "��� ���  lm!0$$m0mmYY^  ^^^M^y^yyAyY  I ^mw:iAAm< A'm-  ��� ip^ypA& ��'-��� ;-'::Ai'^-."x  ��� i;--.?.'.(.**SV----Vriv.7-<-'.vvi'. -y��J -",.��..- ���*t '���'  **'i^'i/'��f'Sli!'=^^^  ;^^!^ife;^?;^7tei777/:^'W7,,      ,     . =  ljMaS%|-tf^A^M"777v7^^-':: v';^- '" *  Mr.;^nd7Mrs;|M.;7Gf^  ���Y:', tbda^: 'fo^ithW:*^"^^  perfcies at^Hiddeix:l(L^^'^i^|<&aSle^;  t.::7ipany;^r.'^tn'^1]^  7 r'7up'a,''' ^mU^i ���posita^^  ���:��� 7 with4tKem:the:7  ,^^any-friends, in IPhdenix^  ternjiipated, his engagement at Chris-  tinallalt^^  ing7Hi^i|��|ses^re:^  imtenti<mfiq^���^sM  <3^na|||^^  the lake, was greatly appreciated, and  decided to include Grand JForks in his  ���^i^=7.v^;':?7vSf:i^/?77^;*M777^7*A'i;v;-^i?77a*;77t:7f;';'j';:r^,- .v^;- ;^..^>v^:71?7;"y::-7-77*"i->7  woritiwd^':'^^  "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  -A 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  H      are booking for a" suit we can suit you.  "'A    ."',*'''* >. ���'  JNegfligree Shirts, $1.00; $1.25: S1-50 and up.  Underwear, Balbrigr^an, Merino, LIGHw^GHT  Straw Hats, 25c to $2.     Linen Hats, 50c up.  IThOS-   BrOWIl Men's Wear Exclusively  FINEST GRADE OF CIGARS  'IN  THE BOUNDARY  ard  AOENTS   FOR   TH&   CELEBRATED  AAA  the finestButte^  just call jrpund^knd geTtaj p^und; ^>rbetter still Phone |3k  HAZELWOOP   BOE  CREAM  AND SOFT  DRINKS  CwL\  Cos>gro^iB & IVIcAsfocker. Props.  [Bi  m^aW&^IMiin4 ^Retail Butchers and Produce Merchants  B''YYir*:;A-?::y  m m:%tymA::.::A:  Ph oen i x -  Qreenvifdocl  Leave Phoenix, upper town, 9.30 a.m. *  " "        lower town, 10.00 a.m.  Leave Greenwood 3.00p.m.  Standard Time  ATTEWTBQSy  TO  EXPRESS., AMD. .FREIGHT  9  ;;JiiJ.,'t,2;;JV.j7f;i ���r*l-*",l*sl**!*^^ .���,  ^s^^^^uw����wi^n*CTw,.^i^^ . itaaaawajejBBJB��tiar*��..c��-in.  ~n  ".*" r*""^-,**f<<^^��EKS^!Rfaw*i"t^^^  MSBTI  ��� ''Vll  Death After a Scktch.  v ,i.  f  r If-  Morris Quatsam, an   eleven-year-  old Windsor boy,, fell off'his bicycle  and'scatched his wristi\He' thought  nothing^of:;the4"Jnjury; ^but -blood  poison set in andihevis^dead! "   V-  :: Such ^incidents; as, these���by no  ^    mleans ihfrequent���ought  to* make  people realize the danger that  may  lieeyen in the smallest flesh .wound.  ^Take a ,simple illustration!  When  ajknife, a riisty needle, a rsplinter of  dirty wood, a barbed wire fence,' or  afthorn   scratches , the   hand,   the  latter is inoculated" with ^ge'rms, of  which the air about us is full., /.     .' >  ���The way to avbid  serious  results  isj-t'o cIeanseTthe  wound''and jkpply  Zam-Buk.' , Zam-Buk*is\a powerful,  yet /painless germ-killer; ;and when  applied to the broken'skin .is absorbed into<the''tissue, jnstantly.destroy-  ing the^gerrris ;that  spread -disease  and-stppping tj^  That iSvwhy rZam-Buk:Ts?so popular  vvith^chijdrenV ";';���;  =>���,;.;-, ;,\  ,'v;  /The flesh-thus soothed/and-?puri-;  fied,the wound   is -made  perfectly  healthy/and alFpoison and cause" of  festering  jenidved.^-. Having*" done  this, Zam-Buk^then-prqceeds^tp heal  the wound "or* sore,; ancl'new healthy  tissue is built up in*"a quick, painless  and perfect.mannerh K%<.,/,./.*-'"  ';'Zam-Buk must-notf life �� contused  with .'ordinary' ointments^'Zam-Buk  i.s a unique .preparation^possessing  anticeptic",*}*soof h ihgi-f aridf healing  qualities that are not to be found together in'any other preparation.    It  is not only a  unique" healing  balm,  but is-also a skin food. "For all skin  .diseases and*injuries���cuts, bruises,  '-burns, eczema, chafing, ulcers, ringworm, etc., it.is without'".equal..   It  :is   also   used   widely .for   piles, for  7wTiiclr.it   may   be * regarded   as   a  specific. . All   druggists and stores  sell at 50 cents a  box, or  post free  from   Zam-Buk   Co.,   Toronto,  for  price.     Refuse   harmful  . Putting Her Wise  fOlaqs'-Jeldness, a prorninent mining man of Spokan^rvrfof^beirig  blessed with a son, is.te^cli.ihg his  eldest*daiightersome ofthe principles of mining/ , Miss.Randle Jeic��  ness,is a-"graduate of an;Teastern  college. ] ;;A% a first lesson;.lie ^recently' took hpr/**-with\him'' to* tn|  Slocan district of,' Britisn^Cdlumbiali  *'There are a number of splendid  mines^in the Slocan, and2 more are  certain to'be.. discovered," 's'aidfiMri  Jeldness., 4,"As ���a consequence thfe  opportunities'. for Both prospectors  and operators .'of experience^ in that  country are so encouraging;that 1  greatly, regret' the fact that I have  overlooked \l fo^so- many; years in  faybr'of remote fields.     ���       ^   -1  "Both my daughter and myself  were''most faborably impressed with  the social, educational and business  conditions of -the mining camps we  visited in British Columbia. There  is -a; .total, absence -there, of that  roughness which too frequently is  conspicuous ^in\>urv mining .camps.^  Wherever'.' j:he" 'elevation'is;not too  high,' as at^^elson,/Kaslo,.. .New  Denver ahd}^ Silverton, ~all of "'which  are'at considerably lb weVl'eleyations  above, sea level than Spokane,,-iruit  raising is an important industry. A  large acreage is being put/intoi orchards, each year, and the older orchards, produce some; of the^ finest  fruit I have ever seen. So "far as  cherries.are. .concerned there is no  section on the Pacific coast that can  touch them."   , >,':���,*,-      ;  "After leaving Kaslo we'" visited  several "mines in the dry ore belt, to  the north of .-Bear.lake..- ,To<Jnspect  one of them we ascended a.mouri-  taif^. nearly 8,500 feet above sea  level. For a girl just out of school,]  with no ^road"but' a" *~ ���prospector's  trail, I think> this was   a "severe in-  itiation." -     I  t. , ���  20 Clever  Girls  -n *-  PHOENIX OPERA HOUSE  MONDAY, TUESDAY, Oct.2aid 3  *   *     . i s     j. ..> ^ >  COSGROVE AND LANG- " '  Will Present the    .-  ,   >  -   ,  IN THE SEASON'S BIGGEST HITS  AND THE  "The Ransom'  i , ^i  "Rose of Blandeen  f��  $1.00 ; ; 75c;   Children, 25c.  SEATS ON SALE  AT  TOM  BROWN'S  DAINTY DANCERS  ���i���:���: :��� AnD < :   LATEST SONG HITS  imitations.  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  Scobell's Liquor, Tobacco  and Drup; Curo.ararSdft  Alcohol, Tobacco and Drugs.' It counteracts the  effects almost instantly���removes all cravings.  After taking the treatment there will never be any  need to drink intoxicants or use drugs again. Can  be given secretly. We have yet to hear of one  failure. Mailed under separate cover to any address. Price $5.00 box. or 8 boxes for $10.00. The  4oo1��ell Drug; Co., St. Catharines, Ont.  Famous Artist In The Rockies  Albert Groll, the noted New York  landscape artist likes the Canadian  Rockies. Mr. Groll has spent several weeks in the mountains, sketching scenes along the Canadian Pacific Railway and he is enthusiastic  over the beauty of the mountains.  Stopping over at Duluth on his way  back to Broadway, he was interviewed by a paper .of that city.  "It is a beautiful country," said  Mr. Groll, "and there are boundless  opportunities for the photographer  and the artist to get into close  touch with nature. Even if the artist never leaves the lines, of the  C. P. R. there is plenty of magnificent  scenery to satisfy the most ardent  seeker of beauty." He predicts a  big inroad of American tourists into  the Canadina Rockies next year.  Hotel Brooklyn  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.  STEAM HEATED.      ELECTRIC LIGHTED  James Marshall, Prop.  Phoenix, B.C.  GREAT  NORTHERN   RAILWAY  Of the pain which many women experience with every  month it makes the gentleness and kindness always associated with womanhood ^seem to be almost a miracle.  While in general no woman rebels against what she regards as a natural necessity there is no. woman who would  not gladly be free from this recurring period of pain.  Dp. Pierce's Favorite Prescription makes  weak  women   strori��   and  sick A womea  well, and .gives;them freedom front pain^  it establishes regularity, subdues inflam*  matson,, heals  ulceration and cures fe*      . ..__.......  male weakness* iPi  '<  Sick women are invited to consult  us  by letter, free.  All   correspondence   strictly   private   and   sacredly   confidential.     Write without  fear and without fee to World's Dispensary Medical Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y.  If you want a book that tells all about woman's diseases, and how to cure  them at home, send 50 one-cent stamps to pay cost of wrapping and mailing  only, and we'..will send you a free copy of Dr. Pierce's great thousand - page  illustrated Common Sense Medical Adviser���-.revised, up-to-date edition, in  handsome French cloth binding.  JUST A FEW CHEAP  New Westminster, B.C., Exhibition, Oct. 3rd to 7th���Round Trip,  <  $19.70.    Tickets on sale Sept. 30th to Oct. 5th���final return limit,  October 10th.  Spokane Interstate Fair���Oct. 2nd to 8th���Round Trip, $7.20.  Tickets on sale Sept. 30th to Oct. 7th���return limit," Oct. 9th.  For a Comfortable and convenient trip to the coast cities travel; via*'  the Great Northern railway.     First-class service  and   close connections for Vancouver, Victoria  and  other  coast points.    We make  berth reservations for you by wire. .  For further particulars, call or  write  W. X. PERKINS, Agent.  'THE PHOENIX PIONEER" for your  next job of Printing. A Trial order  will prove that we can please you.  .*��� >i  ~A (J  1J3  M  *M1  m  m  ii  im  'Mm  iSL'f  .A $4.1  .���       '  AM,  8'  9  m  ���a  A  (*  )  '   *  4  ,  !*,'  4 yi  ���aamJ^Sl ;      ���     ' ' Delmquent CkMjwner noUces (90 daye) ... .$10.00  *   ,1  4    J  legal advertialncr, 12 cents ��� line,  1  e&$$i^  ^       pMwtt.'measurpmanfc^lfe  ; * j      -���&.v��'&WJ*'Vj^^  iwii^ii^i  ^E^lr;^tOp|ed  , , T^anyb^fteiS^  Because the government at Ottawa  declared that red deer were ruminating animals and  might be infected  b* prevalent Wb^^heep in Great  jEpJ^imaffrpm^^  !2'&2$?WiW$W,Fi$M  that now there  has been a change  in the political  complexion of the  be removed, but so far as immediate  will be impossible to bring the ani-  mals to this  province till next fahV  $|?*MonTO^  government made arrangements for  '^frmwAwv^-^^  the importation  of the deer airid a  large herd  was  picked, crated and  "..ii i-'C9'. i</-,-r- -���,���'���'���''���'. ' -** -.������,'' ;- '.:���!- .J-.-*=���/���'.:.- ����� -���-..'! ..:.v -i. ���������.{���.*. '.���<���.- :*���������;���'���-'���'^7 .������',t-.i'i*i>'7.i'r*'i'-*i.,,*^*V!/i/i-,/,,1-  :V?i77;^3#:7^?��H^  landed on  the docks at Liverpool  7fog|shipmentg||i;@It||  ^^jnjoi^  with a claim that because'they were  ruminating  animals the deer might  disease. Veterinanes who examined  ISliiMiSiir*^^  jfeHf Mtnj^N��^ -' J  .���fS  cellent condition, butthe; Dominion  authorities remained obdurate, even  .ratepeveri;  ;bV^H;6M*iS!^^if^0'w;seri^attor,npy?:  ||e;ne*al|^  -.������h'p:'.'i"��ii*nWi�� '^K^ild-H'pJ^nWr'mitte'cl-tio'  : It is the intention of the provin-  cial government to-stock thefdt'ests  t>f^B ri ti sh^jColu m biiaIwitlil  ,* *  *mse  sum X6f British ; money   in-  s*i:edffihlft^an  lisfied iti^ New Westminster district,  and after being kept there for a  ^ * iKssiiS^ ^'^'lisSj^^eM^cVil 0eii^ is tSri^iutted!  -   -r*^   -1  V "   '   ���-  ^ "    v*      *-    ���  * It -vS' ? ^  Fected   by   the treaty,   and which  *i dd|absol u^tel^(np|*a^  onSfwa^^i��f;HeM^efe  of small invesfors all over the coiin-  try have   lumped  their investments  thr^gj^lg^^ltfiiia^  onejanjaifaii^  - ml^nsiqu^ocell^ve^  been shown such intense interest in  h'A^\    -  ,*���    >^<-'1,i  !  \  m/  ^v/^i  �� v  f*mL   (t \<    ",**���   ���*  , > vf - >  ���   ^  I"1*!/ r  V.  ��� l r>  a,    I*''1*  \*mt*  y  (      s.,  (      ��  r    '  ML  " vthd||(M|fc|^a^'3^mim  this|pn^|iEyery^^  excnangel|7^  gre^riews^ana stlwasS;admitted?t)rt  all sides that the result woulagiye  an immense* impetus to investments  in Canadian securities. There is  likely to be more demand than ever  for British money for Canadian in-  industry, and what is more important there is likely to be more demand from investors in the United  Kingdom J for ��� Canadian securities.  Perfect confidence has been restored  and such confidence means money.  If Canada had deliberately planned to advertise herself all over  Great Britain > in a more sensational  manner it would have been impossi-  " ble to conceive, of a better method.  iThat1, the result means a flow of,  millions sterling to Canada there  can be ho doubt." '   /  an  ...   , WA     .--...-.-  ., ..   ....    ,..   TheWpehldingliiSnt  j.,'^-"'\.r^^-\��'JV^.;.*^A"i\V'^':iJ*T*:--:**,i'\  17  I-tf^^^^^iR^^^:.^-^*,. -.^^i-j .A^v*-.-.-^-,*  province.  ���anlm|tisJ|*^J^  ;'a^u|fed||a|j;gr|a^  Mfi��m^i$^^  Sp^ii&iniann er^^Separatedi^ream^i nsures^pun twana*  IllSlliSfuati��  "������2i8i---;  mem  .'���,,i*2-7fS.i .iVf.'"''.'''���A-'AAv-.:,:."".-/.;; i.������.*.''>.? .:';i'"'' 7*\^v,:./-"-;;;.-7;:"."ij'sj;���'���-.; ^;;"v^'..'-a:/*':-;'-'''V.;-:7-^' A^\ A.tAf:  :?;'f IMelea'rtnqu'a^fe-recen^     '-*-&��&* **  ^tpn||^i^-rsi^^  ffla|��iS|}'';|jh^babl^  |an||!Si|ka||v|^i^  ijb^ingffyery^ey^  ut6s||jater$tfe'^cab^  cablei ^ship Burnside has  been despatched to the scene.  <;-^r:;..m:f:K;:-vs:.;-5&:  A, S. HOOD  Fire, Life and Accident In-  Y    f  surance.       General Agents.  Bank Block, Phoenix, B.C.  ���mv:.V'.'>'  ^_......__s ..J^^BM^^0^^^^^^>^^  ftING|lBROOOHpl-OCKET^ EARRINGS*  |Prices|pnltE>ia  rrismg stilL % fe man kn  "mpndis^ areYsoid byus atthe same p  because we saw how things were going and bought accordingly.  We buy them direct from headquarters and save you the middleman's  profit.    A Diamond is about the only form of investment certain not  value. Inspection Invited.  depreciate  BLACK  The Jeweler  E�����rv Wsitian  Is interested and should know  about tbe wonderful  MARVEL Whirling Spray  The new Vaginal Syringe.   Besr  ���Most convenient.  It cleanses  instantly.      Ask you*r  ) druggist forjf  If he cannot supply the  MARVEL accept no other,  but send stamp for illustrated  book���sealed. It gires full partic  ulars and directions invaluable to ladles.  WINDSOR SUPPLY CO., _,_  Windoor* Ont. General Agents for CanaBaT  fi is our business and we are  yj     here to please you.    The  -���*������-���      next time that you  want  any Billheads, Letterheads, Knvelopes, Statements, Circulars,  Cards, Dodgers���in fact, anything in PRINTING, phone 14  and we will  show you  samples: : :  \Ai  s    '  Y  \  \7  X .?���  .iii.i.i�����i,����1I(HJ1>'1M - > ,-���  ;A'>*J   ' ( \,/ [->>''  -I' <;*'"��(> i  ��� ���   .    <- <-���'. tr  - i  -M  POINTED PARAGRAPHS  i^^^^^lpthe lead with the v��ry Newest Styles,  ,;^p^��l^^iShat cannot^ be excelled on the continent  |f^���^^ali|^|gn|i. durability.        J,   .  W$^M&^^0\i^ ^measure f and-guarantee a,perfect fit.  ,  i||*S^ l����k over these ��oods, but if  wuffiulrchisi elsewhere before seeing our lines,  you  wrll-alwa^Jrcgret it.  . Carson & Co.  FISHING TACKLE!  *H 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.  W Don't forget that we carry a fine line of Kodaks and  supplies.    Our prices are reasonable.  ������[r 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.  ������f ��5%����ale't AL. ALMSTROM  YYYsA  THE PHOENIX  DAIRT  W. A. McKAY & SONS, Props.  Hello ! Did you try a pint of pur niilk ? Youdid 1 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.  SHver was  quoted  at 52^�� cents  in New York, this week.  , 30, cities in the U. S. adopted the  1   t ���*��� ^ ���  commission plan of government.  *; The  Cunard  liner,- Lusitania, es-  f t  tablished a new record on her arrival in-New York last week, hav-  iug crossed the ocean three times in  less than three weeks. -  ;";The German * government has decided to cut in half the railroad  freight' rates' on potatoes, fresh  Vegetables', corn and fodder, ' on  account ofthe high cost of living^  The amount received frorri death  duties in the British Isles during the  year ended March 31st, was 137  millions. The total yield" in the  last ten years amounts to nearly 960  millions. '     v  The estate of a New York lawyer  *,< - -    *      ,  who was considered a millionaire,  proved to" be Worth just $24��,010.  Among the assets were 751,860  shares of mining stock, all practir  cally worthless.      '   -r  A Paris paper . states that in addition to the - disappearance ofthe  Mona Lisa picture from the Paris  Louvre, no fewer than * 33 , other  pictures of immense value belonging  to the Sauvagot collection are  missing.. j,      i.  : The British, Board of Agriculture  is studying the application of electricity -;to, growing crops. Electricity  is- definitely-known to-be* a*-power-  ful stimulant to growing plants.  One plan is to water. the .plants  with electrified water.  Professor Ponte, volcanologist of  Catania University, says that the  present eruption of Mount Etna is  five times greater than in 1910, and  that more lava has been thrown out  in six days than during the 26 days  of disturbance a year ago.  A Paris despatch states that it is  rumored that Belgian, Spanish,  Austrian and Russian sewing thread  factories have formed a consolidation with a share capital of $150,-  000,000. J. and P. Coats have  been instrumental   in  negotiations.  Private Lewellyn, a soldier quartered at Vancouver barracks, Washington, was shot and killed last  week by Roy Burchardt, a policeman. The soldier was handcuffed  and running away. Feeling among  the soldiers ran high and it became  necessary to place military patrols  in the town. The action of the  police was vigorously denounced by  the military authorities.  That some grave movement is  afoot on the Pacific coast, of which  the public is as yet in ignorance, is  the gossip in marine circles around  the U. S. navy yards. Enormous  shipments of coal for San Francisco  and other Pacific ports is taking  place. Steamer after steamer has  sailed from Norfolk, Va., with cargoes of coal for the U. S. government; three more colliers are to sail  this month.  In making your purchase  - of, Beer.     Buy where the  reputation of many years j  stands ready to guarantee  THE PURITY  of OUR BEER  *��� ���  Bur Beef is pure and^ sat-  "���-. isfies the thirst.    Be /sure  * ���      %"   '   -f "<   ��������� *-    *        ���       '  our label is pn, the Beer  *   /''-   y?A" i -'  -   you  drink���rit  means   an  ,, assurance: of good quality.  "'-. **-���" -��phone.v$3 "',!* ."'  ;/  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.  BUSI  IMPROVING  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.  HEATING STOVES REUNED  AND REPAIRED.  alph E- Pope  ���PHONE A10.  A reliable French regulator: never fails. These  Dills are exceedingly powerful in reguJaangr the  generative portion of the femakvsystem. Refuse  all cheap imitations. Agtv. de T��b���� are sold a*  85 a box! or three for $10. MailedI to> any addi-ess.  3rt���� Soebell "Drug Go*, S*�� Cfatb��s-lne9, Ont.,  ,'   j  ���'-���J  ���ft!  I  ���I'  ���3,  m  I  ii  ' "i  ��t  I  I  I!  I  -lit  h-fl  YC-l  '���rF|  ���I  ������������{\  w  3r**^Ji?"!l?-si"i? ?,f2ri5S?^j-:*5f  iW8?i^???i!@5S3$^MSsM  ._.._:���      J ,���          j|    * ���������!���������������   i ��� iii n*��**W"'i nn ^*���pppff ���wj- V*VK**n9m*m���rn-. ��f^r*i^Hai ���pnjiw< i IfVtltVI.'i^JW'jH. jl'^JUfrfS^Meuiir ��� ���,' Wyz&a  ���./���.*,  v..% i  -mi'-:$'W';  &i#tfiiiii&kilMiS^lll  WW^BAWBs^^m^i  lii^teHtisfciiiiiraa .^  ;v.r-  vfeNVs'l-^^i'IL. ���*/���'������ ���;���?*��� v.-*^B ���'*���������-���������! -.''    '������:^fc*'vri.-'^B.'f ���''���'������'iM-���-.������.''  '!j��;''>T*>tB'��W>V'''*w. * ��'m^  The* society proposes to make the  Eisteddfod an   annual institution in  Vflnrnnvpf.  and��� 'nrnnnsp��    r-nnrhirr-  saawuiwuasete  niusical section will embrace choral  voice  >irs, i:5  ' ��� ��� 1  iPfc   mtai      m   " iip>    ��� 7%u^K-^^-.;;:^aI^:^M^'>77<'77.7��� 7Ig^^:������'**7^M^7 7:.,���;  ItKys #;��;*���'  Ifr'  .���T;*.-.'.^-..';-.^.  Bouyfo^  ItipnelhbU^  fectj^g^  laciers  ..������'���sWfiS'.it  ^uppx,, w,.~..v, ���  MjfelSoa��^  ar^plpo^  J(cui:^':7p:er  M*iBW^^  ^^^^^^l^^^^*^^l^M#vv :x W^ YAYiyA-  ��ELB��Ee!��0  ON   SHORT  'Phone B 32  restores every nerve in the body  to its proper tension; xestores  and vitsality. Preaaature decay and all sexual  "' t&&r^��atim(ny^^  ku^to*myeddir��fl3. S&��8o��feoll��x,TiS  one  jreiijmrJtoga!��^  fliteiyfrlcoyereapitsMp  changed   by its  long imprisonment  $n|��j��^  stances. In 1866, Henry Arkwright,  iilBr^tiih  ##S*i7$:��:*W^^  Just 31 years   after   his   brother re-,  of Chamoriix, stating the  body had  *cilottiii"^^^  fegiment^co^  ���his^han^  'ciltcase; openJd/zancj ^^ultv^as J easily  ^i|:wh(Bn'7:'he^had3  .decades7befb^.;:v7:^^  pBllitf ^ ,,,  jl||i��ij��d^  7'V  ::jjj#Eli^  ^ipp-**sps^  .'a��fpar^7pf^  whoBh^^  :withv7thef^  Sutherland and Othe  the^tike^f part^  lhe mpujb  jthat |pOint and ; firi^ed  for |shbpting  duck without the necessary lice  It was at the i^tigatidn of the diiike  that  a policeman  was  Srooksf the duke7 being the first to  be arrested. -y 'r'Y^-YA^YY-'YY  ���WiWiBili  ';;./'>���'.-.  7 Thi& 7^  heated by77steam,  and  fbr7the accommodation of the public.    Everything  7 Neatj Clean and XJp-to-Date.     Meals served at  7'^.'7r;vall7hours.' -:;: ,^',.,.'7  Bartstockefil^with 'Choicest Liquors and Olgars  iSSjilNT-RA  Steam Heatecl, Eleetrie  Lighting^ :"��� :,^;7 ���  :::Tel0phoneV48.';anci 2��    7  ��� ���  ���   *  FIRE, LIFE AND  ACCIDENT  Fidelity bonds, pla1:e glass,  p O M M I IS SI O N E R  FDR TAKING  ^FIDAVITS,:V/^ ' ,1 ��� -  Il II ,'l I  r ..   , til  ���*�� '  '  r    i   V^ w'/t "��� /, ill*  ���&A"'!  Spokane Interstate Fair  Birdman Eugene B. Ely will fly  at Spokane fair after all. Word  was received this week by Manager  Cosgrove, foal ,the Glen Curtiss Co.  after deciding, that. Ely could not  come west haj4 ,made arrangements  at last to assign.J-he Curtiss star to  the Interstate rfy\x, ,aviation meet.  Ely is famous the,world over for his  spectacular flights/ito,and' from the  deck of the bafj-jesjiip Pennsylvania  in San Franciscatbay.��� Hehas been  one of the most, .prominent contestants at the rec.eht big meets in  Chicago and Bqston* j,,  Cromwell I^jclfsonowUI accompany  Ely. He is/the ypungest of the  Curtiss aviator.Sf.and holds a record  for fancy^ manoeuvres made while  trying for his pilot's license.  Every   inch ' of indoor   space . has  been   taken   up,   and   the   manage-  ^ ment has found it necessary to  order an overflow, tent to accommo-  date the crowded-out .exhibits, even  v larger than was used last year.  ���,>( i  -*.  ���' t  f   V'  '1 )>  ;v  Ss?  f.1*  Makes bread cakes, pies aim:: pastry of  iiniform^qualttVrralwavs the^best--and  gives confidence to the hoiis*eWiife;:iii -lieip  "'^ J yj afelitv to makeWfodfoJefe^f  i i  sA  <�����*  _,(lYukon Season Closing  Sl/Ushv .icejs forming in ther tributaries .of��� the Yukon . and Tanana  rivers and the big streams, will* be  closed to navigation about. the end  Ojf, September,, except the Upper  Yukon, between White Horse and  Djawson, ufhich will be open probably until the middle of j October.  The last boat left Fairbanks for  Dawson, 21st.   , The last boat from  I >   PRCFAMN6  AM&AkFOft  mm am  No faffuireson b-aluiig;  day, when yoiimse v  rROBIN HOOD  FLOtiR* i  >   Made in Moose Jaw  A mon��y-t��clc guarantee in ���very ta  fi'-  -<*  "7k  ^OJt^  ''K2K1  MOOSE JAW. SASK  ���B LBS.  ROBIN HOOD  -a .-  Dawson for Fairbanks,, will depart  on the. 25th. Thi%. l^st boat from  Dawson I .far White Horse will probably sajl. on October-iflOth.' .The  usual fall, exodus from the-, 4ower  Yukon is now in full swing. The  present season has been very prosperous for the steamboats. Much  more freight than ��� usual was taken  into- the Yukon via St. Michael.  Great quantities of freight? are being  rushed to .Dawson over the White  Pass route to carry, the Yukon  camps through, the winter, v.  Home - Loving People!  Because  "Public Inquiries Act.  W  HIS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor in Council has been pleased to  appoint the Honourable Albert" Edward McPhillips, K.C., 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,   25th   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.  New Westminster, Monday, 2nd October.  Revelstoke, Wednesday, 4th October.  '������'* Golden, Thursday, 5th October.  Cranbrook, Saturday, 7th October.  Fernie, Monday, 9th October.  Nelson, Wednesday, 11th October.  Rossland,'Thursday, 12th October.  Grand Forks, Friday, 18th October.  Y Princeton, Saturday, lith October.  Merritt, Monday, 16th October.  Kamloops, Tuesday, 17th October.,.,  Sumnierland, Thursday, 19thOctober  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.  Big Reward For Capture  The, total .reward for the capture  of the robbers who plundered the  Bank of Montreal's New Westminster brarfch has been increased  to the snug fortune of $32,000. Mr.  Campbell Sweeny has been notified  by the head office in Montreal that  the directors had decided to increase  the first reward of $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and  conviction of the desperadoes, and  five per cent of whatever sum was  returned. Now the lucky detectives  will receive $5,000 and ten per cent,  which would be an additional  $27,000 if the entire amount stolen  should be returned. The sum carried away from the bank being  something over $270,000.  Sale of Rugs and Carpets���Why most helpful ?  this great sale reveals our largest collection of Rugs ,and  Carpets ; and prices are the lowest we'ye ever quoted for a  spring sale. Home-loving people who have looked elsewhere came "here to buy !^    They're enthusiastic over the  *       - {j " ' . A*  thorough completeness, the reliable qualities '-and genuine1.'  economies disclosed in this once-a-year affair !r.' Settle the  Rug and  Carpet question  here tomorrow���in a-pleasing  economic way.  . -- ��������  O. F- Edwards,  Furniture Deafer  and  Undertaker  Eastern Townships Bank  QUARTERLY  DIVIDEND No. 115  Riot  in  Australian  Parliament  After an hour's battle during the  session when four members made a  fistic onslaught on the speaker of  the House, reserves of pojiqes b^ing  required to extricate the struggling  mass of members on the'Idor of'the  House, a truce haf; been declared.  The speaker was badly cut (by a  heavy b6dk"/ancl; several members  suffered bad scalp wounds. The  disturbance* came as a climax to  several days' obstruction by the opposition.  Notice is hereby given that a Dividend at the rate  of nine per cent~(9%) per annum upon the Paid-kip  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 c'fosed from the  15th to the 30th September, both days inclusive.  By order of the Board,  J.  MACKINNON,  Sherbrooke, 28th Aug., 1911. General Manager.  Phoenix Cartage  Immigrants From Britain  This year, to date, 116,000 emigrants landed in Canada from Great  Britain. The total from Britain  for the year is expected to reach  130,000.  If you require any Heavy Teaming or Hauling; done,  let us do it for you. That is our.business, and we  have the equipment to execute all orders satisfactory.  We also have a supply of first-class Cordwood, short  or long, and can deliver it on short notice. 'Phone  your order to  PHONE  enix,  m  P  f��S.  %  m  m  ���   M  *i  -If -.  Mr:  B   V  ���:i  in  5 7?'.-. 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