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 Vol. II, No. 5.
.MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2J8, 1894.
$2.00 per Year.
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selected  shock of  the  f.ill'.wipK  goods
Dry Ms, Gents' Furnishings,
Boots k Shoes,  Hardware, Etc., Etc.
ALL AT THE LOWEST ('A8II PRICES,
W.T. SHATFORD & CO.
. Fairview and Vernon,
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Ready and Custom Made Clothing-
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HOTEL
J. THURBER, Prop,
Pleasantly Situated at the Foot of Okanagan Lake,
Boots and Shoes Drugs and Stationery
Hardware Stores,   Tinware,
Agricultural Implements,     Miners' Supplies of All Kinds.
9 A Specialty Made of Direct Importations of Scotch Koods. §
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W. T. Thompson,
tMiss fcclle Sparks, Kettle Rivcr.i
What aro we going in ilo, hwcoI friends,
In llie.vein's that are toeoino
Tul nllle tlml fijirfjil lliinil nf Iicnlll
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Shall we fold mn- IuhiiImhhI bill lilin pirns
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$,   IVIiat nro wo gobiK to do, tuvocl friend.,
SIIII wall fiiririiiji'iiiiil iriiin,
Then liiml tin- bruises, and heal ilia wound.
Ami -millie tin* uin- HKallll
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TS . And poverty take tin- place of wealth,
i\i,\     And sin mii| crlino nnd sl io
JJ , llrngilown lo llio very depths of boll
VJCI T'"1 litylunll nml proudest name?
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Is litis nni' itikslon nn I'iii'lb, sweet friends,
In tbo yours Ihal an' tocoino!
If lint, let lis rnuse llllll lin mil' work
Agllllist thin spirit nf limn.
Tlmi'ii is mil ii snul sn poor ami weak,
In tilt this goodly land,
ilul ngnlnsl Ibis evil a word may spi-ak
Ami lift a warning hand.
§
Stage Connection with SS.
to Fairview, Osoyoos and al
Was
Aberdeen
points in
liigton.
AH arrangements made for providing
Guides and Outfits for Hunting Parties.
Uood Boating and Fishing,   flow Boats and Sail Yachts for Hire.
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ppy Ms, fipocoi'iss, Beady-Mado Clothing, Hardware, Etc., Etc.
Orders from tlie Lower Okanagan will receive prompt attention.
Prices Reasonable.
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BARRISTER,
Office, Baiinaud Avenue.
VERNON, n.c.
pocilltANH .1: BILLINGS,
BARRISTERS, SOI.II'lTOliS AMI
NOTARIES I'lTICIC.
Oflto
(lilinin-e's Illii'
VERNON,
W. M. COCIIKANIS.
Ilai'iinl'il Aveline,
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SMITH & CLERIN, Props.
MauufoGturcra nf
Sashes, Daors, Mouldings, Turnings, etc., etc.
All kinds of Factory Work kept in
slock and miidu to order.
The best, of material used.
Coast cedar worked into furnishings a
specially.
Write for prices nnil discounts.
All kinds of lumber, laths nnd shingles
kept in slock.
Sawmill mi Okanagan Lake, handy in
shipment,
Snsli und door factory on 0. P. Hull-
way ut Vernon.
fmiuuurHmiiitmmiwiiwmtl
. E. MATHESON
MERCHANT TAILOR
Stock complete.  Extra good quality and
value in nil the latent pitlttinis for
.. BECKINGSALE, M.D., O.M.
EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY.
VERNON, H. ('.
Formerly nu staff »f Hiiiilhigton County,
Slni'kwi'll l-'ever anil Siiiall|inx, Quooll Char-
lotto's Lying-in, ami Victoria Hospitals I'm'
Children.
T.
H. CHOWKLL,
TltONSON ST.,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Otllce and Store Fittings a Specialty.
H.
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tiONTRACTOR and BUILDER,
KELOWNA, II. 0,
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A Full Lino nf English, Canadian
ami American
rATEil'T MEDICINES,
DRUGS AMD CHEMICALS,
FANCY AND MEDICINAL SOAPS,
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES,
Ami all Requisites (nr tin. T.iilel and
Sick llonlil
Ordors by Mall rocolvo careful Attention ami Quick Dispatch.
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B. LAURENCE'S
Spectacles and Eyeglasses
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A iiii lin ;i warning hand, bwocI friemls,
Willi ii cry (or homo anil hearth:
Adding voico to voice, till tho sound shall swoop
Like ruin's death knell o'er the uurlli.
.\ nd llu: weak and wavering shall huiir,
And ilu; faint grow braye and strong,
And llie triiii ami good aud great nml wlso
Join hands in riglil ihis wrong.
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RULATION Or 3HXD TO MATTER.
Plans and Spoclflcationa proparod and
mill's Ciimishod on nil kinds nf buildings.
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Workmanship,
I can give Satisfaction,   A Trial W|l|
Convince,
PARNARD AVENUE.
VERNON, B. C.
MIDWAY SAW MILL,
fn and Dressed Lumber
Constantly on hand ut Reasonable Prices.
ICQUIfflE   4   POWERS, Proprietors,
Rougi
P H. LATIMER,
viaixi.'N, n. e,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
Land   Surveyor.
Mem. Aincr. Sue. It-rig. Fugs.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A. M,, B. C. A.
Civil Engineeri
PROVINCIAL    LAND    SURVEYOR
AND DRAUQHTSMAN.
Irrigation Projects, Engineering nnd Survey Work, with Finns and Estimates,
In Any Portion of the Province, Immediately Attondgd. to.
Maps and Plans of any Portion of
Osoyoos District.
VERNON,    MIDWAY,    KETTLE    RIVER.
JTc. HAAS, U.S., I'l. M.,
MINING   ENGINEER AND ASSAYER,
MIDWAY, B. C,
Samples for Assay From a Distance Will
Receive Prompt Attention,
C.De B.GREEN,
Assoc. Mom. Cnn, Soc. C, F,,
PROVINCIAL LAND  SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Surveys Of Every Description lu {ho Lower
Country from tho Slmillinmccn to Grand
Prairie Immediately Attended to.
Payment will be receivod cither In Cnsh,
Stock, Produce on Labor,
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W. C. POUND,
TAXIDERMIST.
IIHUiS, ANIMALS AN'l) FISH MOUNTED
IN Al'I'ItOI'ltlATIC .STYLUS.
Native Birds and Heads Kopt for Sale.
Onlor
by iniiU rocolvo prompt attontton.
Moiiiillng IIciidK a Specialty.
Aiuiljileiil  Olioinlat   anil   A.nsiij-01'.
GKO. A. GIJKSS, .M.A.,
Honor Graduate In Chemistry nnd Mineralogy, Queen's University, Kingston.
Ml Kinds
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nf Assays nnil Annlys
•iii'iiiely Performed,
Cnrofully
VERNON, B.C.
BRITISH  COLUMBIA'S
fiower poller f^ill.
"RED STAR."
This Well Known Brand Makes
More Loaves of Bread to the Sack
than any Othoi' Bi'tuul on the Pacific Coast,
SEE THAT VOU GET THE GENUINE.
Mnniifactiii'i'donly by
Columbian Flo\jrir\g
J^llls Co.,
ENDERBY, B. C
(Contributed!,
This subject, nf course, cannot be
satisfactorily explained, but we venture tn give our own opinions thereon
in lbe hope ibal il. may lend
those who havo never thought of il to do
so, and Ihose who have worked mil lbe
problem and arrived at dili'eeiil conclusions, In put their deductions in
print and poiul mil where mir.- are
wrong,
Wc will confine our observations in
the human family, every  member of
whom is simply a combination of these
two units, in varying proportions,   As
fur the material purl uf man, wn know
ibal it, is derived, lhrough a series of
multiplications   and   different hit ions
from the union of two simple cells
representing lbe opposite sexes,
i   As to how much of lbe child's physical condition depends upon inherent
I forces in the original cells and  how
much upon the environment during
I post -ut critic life, wu lire not prepared
i to say, but the Ituislieil product, that is
lbe fully developed mini, is certainly a
joint effect of these two fuel inns,
Having thus disposed nf tlie origin
and development of the material man
to our own satisfaction, we proceed to
treat of Ihe mind, as a separate entity,
nn somewhat similar lines.
Wecannol conceive nf the portion
of intelligence which is attached to
every living being ns forming u part
of the original cells which, ns before
mentioned, form the nucleus of lbe
body, fnr "where one Ihlng i.s another cannot be," therefore, where Ihe
constituents of the cell nre Ihe mind
cannot be, bill it seems plausible Unit
the "spiritual or mental" part, may be
attached lo llie coll from Ihe very beginning, and uu each person contains
ninny nf these culls, lie cnn easily conceive how the character of the individual, which is principally the result
CORRESPOJVDENCB.
The litleriiiitiiinal Line.
I Te ll.in Killlui' of Tijk .liiv.tNiia
Sin .Xiilwiibsliiiiiliiiglheauiniinl nf
care observed liy ibe engineers em,
I ployed by lbe Jirjtjsb and American
governments in marking out the 401 li
parallel nf lulitiuie, as Ihe internaltonal
boundary line belween the western
portion nf Canada und the United.
^tatoR, it is to-day a difllcidl question
in many places along ibis surveyed
line In discover ils exact locution,
Thi' cause nf thia, jn uur Kettle Hiver
district, js, ihnt inn separate lines
were run iipun ll)e ground liy the en-
glneersnf eiich country, nml these two
linos dn nnl agree, They Vary in (lis.
lance from each nlber, and some cases
ihe permanent monuments supposed
In mark ils Incut inn nre found upon Ihe
north line, and nt other points along
the south line.   Ot I' these two lines
were finally agreed upon by lbe engineers nf t)ie livu governments and
perinanciji monuments in the form uf
stone pyramids were supposed lo have
been placed nl freqiieiil intervals
Ihroiijrhoul tin- accepted survey, and
Ihose niiiiiiuiiciits which bail been bitill
along lbe line of the fulse survey were
supposed in have been destroyed. This,
however, is found not to have been
done nl differenl points throughout
this International line, wherel.be country Sftemed rugged auddiillciilt, und, at,
the lime of survey no doubt was inn,
sidercd apparently valueless. But.
times are rapidly changing in this putt
uf our district, Our prospectors urn
continually opening up valuable miu,
eral deposits along Ibis International
line giving value In various water
rights, mill sites, ami timber rights,
The exact location aiid a convenient
discovery of Ibis survey has, therefore,
become a mutter of much importunes
lu ibis section. If seeiiniiund quarter.
section posts ami monuments were es.
inblisbeil throughout by our Govern.
inenl lo correspond with the township
system now adopted along the Kettle
river from Rock creek mountain tn
Cascade City, it. would have saved
annoyance and expense lo the miner
und pre-emplor in lbe past, and, from
recent experiences, some such survey
bus been an immediate requirement of
uiir district, Instances may be cited
where mineral claims have been re.
corded and developed as being in Brit,
ish Columbia, and afterwards found to
be un the Colville reservation, In the
Kootenay district a trad of land was
purchased from the H. ('. government
and surveyed into town lots, Sometime aflor this lownsile Inni been npiip
tlie nun kt'l the major portion uf il win.
found in be in Washington,
Trusting Ihal you will place Ihis
matter before ibe propfir authorities,
believe me, yours truly,
Mine Owner,
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DISTRICT NOTES.
The stage between Ilnssland and
Niirlbpiii't is saitl in helloing a splendid business.
The steamer Lyttou bus ceased plying un lbe Columbia for the wiulep,
The llleeillewuel lakes her place lill
next season.
According tn the Norlhporl News
the Le lini und War Eagle mines,
Trail, will ship une thousand tons of
ore a Month to tho smelter via North-
There is no doiihl Ibnl IhcS. F. &N,
railway is getting away with ihe best
uf bis own and his ancestor's lives and ■ pari of Ihe trade nf llu- Trail district,
thoughts, may be distributed amongst
these numerous cells, nut  as a part
Considering, however, that there is a
smeller at I'ilni Huv in our Province,
thoi f, but  simply an attachment, | \\  seems absurd thai ore shipments.
and I bus we can understand why child*; from every sect inn nf Kn nay should
tennf thesn parents present differ- Ulill go across the line.   The (!. k K,
ent characteristics uf those parents or railway, sn heavily subsidized, appears
uf their parents' parent, ml Inlhiitem. |n ho of very little practical use to llie
Thus we expluinthciiillueiicenf hercdi-! country which, built il.
lory, nnil Ibis,  wilh lbe influences ►•«
which nol ti|  lbe mind after birlh, ■■ I11 '"' ''"l Interesting Test,
form the mental or higher unit uf tho    "Tbe machinery  fnr ihe coticon-
man. i l rat mi- between New Denver and Three
As in Ihe ultimata origin of the prim- Forks bus been delivered nl the com
ury cells which go to make up the nut- conlratpr site,   It was admitted duly
P. II. JACQUES,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles ancl
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VERNON, B. C,
lerlal pari, and of tho original capital
of the mind which is attached thereto,
we can only attribute It to the universal power which sumo call (im|, others
intUlt'd ani| so uu, according to the
fiHiey uf the thinker. Certainly it
scents to us thill Ibis higher power,
whatever it be called ami whatever its
source, has always been attached In
and Influenced Ihe Inanimate world.
As we know thnl " nothing is Insl" in
the inanimate world, h see-ms logical
to presume that the siu.no rule implies
lu ibe Intellect af man.und Hint, therefore, when wn come to dissolution, the
inevitable end uf the partnership ex
i'
Vernon Private College, „xr2: ^1M£
i- nf SI lilt byre Mllllllf-Ctl.,
I'lilrvlciv, II. 0.
Teiims-GoM, silver nr l.eiiil, ouch 91.60; Gold
nud Silver, Si; Nickel, So; Copper, ti;
Copper, (Inlil nml Silver. $:!. Oilier pricoa
nn application,
VERNCN, B,. C,
Adkifn MpYKK, Pkimitai
SEND FOIl PROSPECTUS,
which mosl of ns cling tnsu tenaciously,
uur lllinds nre mil ,'iiiii|liilnlcil, but
simply our Individuality censes, mid
the mental capital, ivilh or without Interest, according as wu have wisely or|
fonlisldv used il. goes lu itilliience III
free. Tlie machinery for the sampling
works al I'ilni Day was also admitted
free. The ninclliliery in bulb cases
Was inaiiiifncltired iu Chicago." Nd-.
sun Tribune.
Mining men in l|us pari of the Pro
vince may well enquire, if there is oniv
larilf for one pari of Canada and an-
other for another; one law for Kootenay and another fnr Vale, Duly has
hail In be paid 00 every ounce of mining machinery brought Into the lower
iik.iiiagnit nud Kettle river from acios'a.
ibe line. |i will be Interesting to note
when the next mining machinery is.
hrnuglil inln South Yule from the
Sliiles whether il will he admitted free
(as iu Kinilcuay) ur mil. If nol, only
one conclusion cap be arrived al -Ihal
the Canadian customs department al
Ottawa Is run a In Sir lleclor l.iinge-
vin.
A derision iu lbe liliguliun uver the
McArlhu|':l''iu'rrst process uf gold ex-
I rnclinn by cynnitle wns given by Mr.
Justice Limner in London nn Novv
llllll agiiinsl the owners nf the patent,
rising generations and the millions yel  The process is also patented through..
tinhorn,  .I.W.U, , nut the world,, ■1W-- Egg " ffBMWBgSB""
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THE ADVANCE.
allowanceof hopus pap,
if the present pn^pfi of sickness In lie
i ~ fniniil in our m|i|s| iin nni  have the
BTl'ARTSNORRIS               I'hqi-hibtoiih 1 efftu-t nf rousing  I|]f people  uf  Ibis
Published   weekly   nl   Mldvniy,  H, C.        town  Mill   of  the  apalb'-lic  slulc in
itai-rlpllon I'rii-e. SA.Mpcr ii un. payable which they now repose, then  all llio
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known  plngiliifi of Egypt and otln
in advance, eiibi-r ycurlj or half-yearly nl lbe
,,pill (llie subscriber.
Advertising Rules sol mi ii|iplii'!iliiin.
Though the columns o( Tub Ahvamt. aro
cuiintries eiiiiibiiieil would   nnl  move
tlii-iii lo recognize the necessity   of
W. R MEGAW,
VERNON, B. C,
General Merchant.
nhuivi. npi'ii im- llu- ili-i-n-inii "f mailers "I i- i        ,
imiilii-iiiiei-i'-l anil iiii|ini'iiini'i-, «e do .milieu- furnishing some sort  ol hospital ne-;
I'lilTi-li'mnli'ii,i'li!'ulna'-"Iinl llllUU'C "ill mil In-
published.
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nml the Immediate danger froni  the
Now  Ihal   the dreadful scourge of presenl cases Isqvpr.the mailer will |
T. ELLIOT,
General Merchant,
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
Keeps the Largest and Best Assorted Stuck of
eiiini latiiiii. Just now a good deal I       j\  Carload of Waggons,  Hinders,  Mowers, Hakes ami
of talk is lieing indulged iu, hul no |),-ji|s jllst arrived.   Cheap for Cash.
doubt us soon as a committee has been .       ,, ,   ,-i '/-, n n i      n       ,       o    PI 0
Full Lines of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hoots and Shoes, GrOWieS, DPV (jOOClS, DOOlS & OllOeS, &C,
I lardware and Clothing on I land,
r i   ii i c,    i   C   in,.-  I.',.,,,  ;,,  '-it,„-l- „•• any plncp south of Vernon, and sells on terms to Buit the times,
rtiphtheifa has broken oul in this pari i,e allowed, as tilings generally are, to Concord   Harness antl Stock  Saddles  Kept 111  Mock ol
of the Province, jl behooves every per* lapse back into l||e old system of beau-  Made to Order,
pon in tat.- all possible precautions coup purler mills rlen fnire, Ordora Will Eoceive Prompt Attention
ackof Ibis disease,   Sun
liiroat, always dangerous, should, im-1   KETTLE IIIVKfl MINING division.   \
iler tlu-.-,' I'lrciiiiistances, receive par
limine  attention, since the  "klebs- MINERAL CLAIJ1H RKcomiEl),
hielller" bacillus [the specllic agenl of     „., w -- ,,  w   ]|,,ii,,-..,,k. Oct, in.
|he disease) is much more easily Inncu*  I'l-oviiU-ncc ciinip,
W. EL,  MEECGi-ilwW
Cheapesl Place to buy foi- Cash in the Okanagan Coimtry.
tiled iulu a sine ihrnul, than when
this pari nf lie- body is in a healthy
I'linililiun. ll is mil mn' purpose to
describe lbe course of diphtheria, hul n
few pililltS leglirilillglbe Illl llle nf OIISI'I
limy tint be uul uf place. Tliu curliest
'•innplllilll is lbe Ibtniil. wll|c||, in tin
milil form, looks bridghl red with
sligbl swelling nf some parts, [n the
Inflammatory foi tn it is hot, dry und
sure, swallowing is painful, the neck
feels slid' and sore; Intern uiembri	
forms over the tonsils and extends lu
surrounding purls, The nniligiiunl
form tills speedily. Here, also, a siil'l'
Ihriint is lliu Iirsl symptom, bul nol
severe, ami ii dusky red. Of tin- (lungers of Ibis disease and the Biilferings
pf the afflicted, il is not necessary lo
I vie!
(Kosl In lb', Elliot's store.!
JOHN MOFFAT, PROP.
.pent; musl „l   us cat, ''"11 'H'" v'vl" 1\V. T. Sl.lil h, N.'n. 1.
Columbia," Marcus ()] peiiheimci
Oct, 21), Wellington cii||ip.
"Alma Hell," John II. I'lasl, Oct. 22,
Deadw I eiiinp.
"(liild Hug." N. ,1. |.ii Plant, del. 22,
Pi'iivideneu cniup.
"(lulil Dollar,1 .liitni's Atwood, del.
21, Ceiilri.1 ramp.
"Slanby," Julin Roberlson, del. 211, j
^ w1±P Joseph Saulter, Oct, 27, | EXCELLENT BOABD
Camp McKinney.
"Brayfogle,"'C. A. Mitchell, Nov, 1,
Siniiiiiii cauiii,
"Number Fnpr," Thus. McAuley,
Nov, 2.I'cnlrnl ci|)pp.
".Mi.iiuiiiiiin','1','' ,|, E, Corbett, Nov,
21, Skylark ciinip,
CONVEYANCER RECORDED,
"Sentinel," half Interest, Win, Fnlis-
beiiilerln.l. P. Harlan, Oct. I'l.
"San Hernnril," bull' Inleri'st, Oltn
Dillierlo Louis Bussliarl, del. 2fl.
.Minnie Mure." nil, (I. H.   Units lo
jFAIBVIEW HOTEL VICTORIA HOTEL BANK
VERNON, ltd.
McAuley & Grant, \m hon
FULL WEIGHT  AND  IV1EASURE  ASSURED.
H
CAPITAL (all paid up)   $ll'°3r\uo'
REST,       6,000,000.
NAM) V SMITH. Pros,     HON, GEO. 13, DRUMM0ND, Viee-Pres
I'l. S. CLOl.'STON, GENERAL MANAGER
GOOD STABLING
Horses and Buggies for Hire.
MARTIN BROS.
i.ia'.inxii uot'SK I'liii
PROPRIETORS.
PII1BT.CI.A8S IN I'.VIUlV IIBSI'I'.CT.
eii mans MoniutATi-;
tOUNBABY FALLS HOTEL.
Centrally Located in tlip Boundary Crock
Mining Camps.
REST 0E LIQUORS AN'li CIGARS,
CHARGES MODERATE,
l!ATKO|i; INTEREST AT PREgljNT 11! PER CENT,
BULLION AND GOLD DUST HANDLED.
Branches in London, Eng„ New York and Chicago, antl in all the principal citiea
in Canada,   Huvaml Sell Sterling Exchange anil Cable Transfers, Grant
com rciitl mid travelling crediln.availahlo in any partof the world.
picture in our minds,   The Ireiifmelit.     i.El, " nil,,lames Kchnlielil In W.  tti CU/mn     Kn
is verv uiisiilisfaclory  nud every pre-  T. Smith, Nov. 1. IIH'iWH  H.    LHIIVo.     1 HI"  Mining Mod Personally Conducted to Any
caution should be taken tu prevent the   , ''Mountain H.ise," all, ,Tamos Scho. | lu» »"ul u»    W«»!«j     IIU   ,        !U)0 c,i,m!!.t or HoraoB F.irnlahcrt.
'I
entrance of the deadly germ into uur
locality. Clothing, iniiil mutter, paper
money and so forth nre all possible
agents of infection, and when coining
fi the affected localities should lie
Ihiirinigldv fumigated before beingdis*
Drafts Issued.
Collections Made to all Points.
lUUNpilliS IN IIK1TI81I eiil.l'Mtila :
VANCOUVER     -     -     NEW WESTMINSTER.
VICTORIA    -     -     -     -        NELSON
Vernon Branch : G. A.
aiiagcr.
wmt—
Held In W. T. Smith, Nov. 1
"Gray Eagle," half interest, Thos, I
I), Johnson to Jas. Scholield, Nov. 1.
" Ironsides," one-fifth  interest,   II. -
White to A. Jones, Nov, 1.
"Number Four,"all, Tims. McAuley
lu White & Piilinersliin, Nov, l|l.
Mother Lode," one-eighth, C. A. 1!
ware, Paints, Oils    mm j. hardy, prop.
ROCK CHEEK HOTEL . . .
ancl fes,
.-einiiiaieil.   Let tisalll ii uur guard I Lanibly Iii ,Miil«nlin jileCuaig, Nov, 17, .^
against Ihe entrance of this terrible CERTlKIUATlilS  0»   wiiiik   recorded.    If GHNK&.OXft.p JSt.
M-
Texas," ID, S. Griihiim, Nov. 2.
"Puller  Palmer,"   P.. S, Graham,I
Nov, 2.
" ltawhide," Dlillgilld Mcliniis. Nov.
10.
"Mother Lode." Win,  McCormick
und others, Nov. 17.
"Gem," John Punn nnd Win. McCormick, Nov. 17.
"Sailor," Chiis. Dicta, Nov, In.
"SI.   Lawti'iiiy,"   /,ai-||i,ns    Cnlbv,;
Nov. 20.
I) 1 I-; I).
TnnMi'Si n Al Kah'vlow-, Okanngan, mi Erlday,
November IB, 1894, Clover Gray Thompson,
daughter nf \V, T. Thompson, morchtuit, of
1'iiirvieiv. aged seven years, llurii-.l at the
ectnolary, Vorpop, mi Sunday, is.
FOR SALE
60 Acres of Land. All Meadow.
BETWEEN Sixlymid Sovouty Acres Clcr.rod  _
und lirniiieil.  six miles front Camp Mc*| 1'dli
Kinney.  One Mile frail] ivuggon rmul.
Apply ADVA&CE OPKICE,
Tllieiiini into ouriiiidsl, What health
authorities lliere are ill ll|e districl
should net promptly and use every
possible menus of preventing llie epidemic from spreading,
VERNON NOTES.
IKi'om our nvvn t'linT-'pnnili'iit.l
VERNON, Nov.  21.   A conceit   was
given in Cuinei 's ball nn Tuesday.
Nnvenibpr loth, In aid of the Roailhig
Room about to be established here.
The hall Wiis well tilled wilh an appreciative audience. Ilis Worship the
Mayor made a few opening |iemarks
Betting forth the object for whicli tin- iniiin,
pntertiiininenl was gotten up and nccii-
■  i,i     i   ■  ,i        i   .,,  ,i     ,  ,;. ,,  Kiaui 'ni Saturday, 2ltli Novonibor, ism, I'*
pied tho chair throughnul the evening      ,,„, „.„,. „, ,; ,', Km. EsQi „f UounJ,lrj.
jn his usual happy maimer,   T!|P M-1     Crook^jijaughtor,	
lowing was the programme;
PlaaoSolo .-Mr. Canti
rung   Mr. Tumor
,Si,ng    Mrs. Itn'iliina
Song    Mr. I'niiliii
Song Mra. Ilrnliisnn
Heading         M|bs Coglilnn
Snug  Mrs. Miiiileitviin
Duel Mrs. MaoDougalland Mrs. Iloldge
Sung Mr, llarrelt
I'iiui" 1 .ti.-i Mra. spiuks nnd Mrs. Parke-
Song Mr. Ah'ii.l
Several of the above ladies and gentlemen made their lirst appearance before a Vel'iinti audience antl lbe
vociferous rounds uf applause which
greeted till nf the performers showed
|ho appreciation nf their bearers,
The iiittsiotil programme wns then
followed by a farce entitled "A Husband in Clover," in which Mrs. Mon-
|.eith and Mr. (1. A. Henderson fairly
excelled themselves,
[ understand the handsome sunt of
t30 was realized by lbe entertainment,
which will go towards furnishing n
comfortable place of recreation fnr Ihe
young men nf Vernon during the entiling winter.
diving In lbe fuel licit two eases of
diphtheria are known to exist in the
Ueigbbni'bnud of the public school, llle
same having come from Kairview, the
health committee have thoughl it advisable In close the public schools fur n
week nud  probably fnr uu  iui|elinile
time.  This Is a wise pi-ecnuiimi, and
every necessary step should be laken
to confine the disease to [ts present locality,
Mr.   dwen,   a gcutlciuni'   from  the
(•oust   whose  business  il   is  In  tulle
pianos, lias paid Vernon a visit, and
(iiifc il is to say Unit lbe city will In
quite up to concert pilch thjs winter.
Some consider It a grout pjty tlmt he
('otiltl nol have practiced, his ni'toii the
pity council, while others i|ll|rin I hill
such harmony prevails in l||is augtisl
assemblage, on questions a|)'eclii|g the
welfare of Ihe etimiiuuiilv,  111''1' his
services would be entirely iiijsp|j|c|'d.
II  Is generally understood Unit it
sufficient, amniint of wheat has beet,
secured to keep the mill r||||||i||g I'm
aboul two months. |l is qu|tp possible, therefore, thai before the next season's crop can be harvested, Unit a
(lour famine wjll p|l||s||e, Wnuld il
not, therefore, be a wlsn policy on the
purl of the city ri.un.il to secure u -,■
per on this particular brand of Hour,
and keep It in stock to be used, at next
year's agricultural exhibilion, building
ji pyramid with the same, thereby
erecting a monument to its men.ury,
and at the same time furnishing vlslbli
FOR SALE.
aiDFll01i,
iflglelai
Capacity, 20,000 per day.
MOUTH OK ROCK CREEK,
IZ.    3?i-fc-fcpii-a.iL-i-3-Ix,   TOCg-irp.
Kiii.t.;'|..'.ss Accommodation roi) Quests,
GOOD STABLING
,t-a Hxcollenl I'lslilngon Kotllo lliver.ai'
X.XTJXZ  IEEE
Wulffsohn & Bewicke,
BANKERS * • •
Financial, Heal Estate, Insurance k General Agts,
BANKERS AND CORRESPONDENTS
i'liii
ROCK CREEK.
Millers' Supplies.  Also Chinese Goods.
Bank of British Columbia
Agents for Sale of Lots on the Aberdeen «n Lyons Estates
Self-Fcede,', will, Jninler and Packer { Q EN ERAL   STQRE
complete,   terms reasoiuilile.
Apply Advance QraicE pr
WA^~ ,,-°- ARMSTRONQ   HOTEL'WULFFS0HN & BEWICKE, Ltd,
Dock House, Billiter Street, London, England,
VERNON, H, C. VANCOl'VI'lli, H. C AND VERNON, B. C,
—A.BBxa.* Por- ii. kkyks, Prep.      johANN WULFFSQHN, Managing Director.
The Anglo-Columbian Co., L'td., wiipisaie Vernon Branch, G, A. Hankey, Manager,
Importers of Wines and Spirits.
Nichglles St Renou!, AgrlcuHurnl MachlnerVi   (iund  Accoillinndat|on.
C. F. COSTERTON
— -A-g-ei^-t) E*|R»—
The Okanagan-SpallumGhoen Dists.
Besl Liquors und Cigaihi,
First-Class Stabling.
The Royal Insurance,
The London k Lancashire,
The Insurance Co. of North America,      j
The	
The
The Ctinflriitii) Permanent Loan ,V Invest-1
The'Tminlon Building & l.oaa  Vsso-  4G9   HlUSfcllllES   Stmt,  YanBOOT.
elation.
ARMSTRONG, B. C.
London .V Canadian Fire Ins Co      iPai^toAS   Mus'lC   StOrC
Sun lafe Assurance. Co., of Canada. )        ' )
OLD   POST   OFFICE
il\ or j m
hi and Sale Stales,
: Sheet Music, &c.  Special attention given to
I
Mall Orders.
SLOAiWAiP-RICIIMlID 00.,
A. D. W0RGAN.
Rock   Creek   Palling Division   East llBDCPalReillEstste&FlDaMilllAgt.' Pta™ and Orgaiu-Easy Terms
uulk    licl|1    ruiuug  uivisiuu,   uibi ?"J ShBBt Miislo. &n.  Encolnl altantlon tflven to
Riding Eleotornl District of Yale. NOTARY PUBLIC.
A COURT OE REVISION AVI1 APPEAL
under the "Assessinoiil Ai-I, 1888," and
uuieliilllii'lits, will lie linltl ill the tliiverlitni'iil
nllleo, Osoyoos, on Wodnoiiilay, ihe 51h dnv of
llccomlior, 1801, nud at Palinorslmi's Hall, Midway, on Kridny, Ihe "Ih day "f Docoinbor, 1801,
nt ilie limn' of olovcn n'l-liii'k in llu- forenoon nt
each iiiul)'.
ISIgnodl     l-Jt.WK McOOWAN,
Jildijo of llio Court nf
Ri'visiun nml Appeal.
Govoriunonl Office, Osnyoos,
i.itli November, lam. Id
vy h o l e s a lT& retail Portrait & Landscape Photographer
GRQCEE18
Of the Northwest,
Spolxane,  THTasli.
SOLE AGEN'I'S FOB
Lipton's Celebrated Ceylon Teas.
Anheuser-Busch Budweiser Beer.
"Diamond" Creamery Butter.
Write Ua For Prices on Anything to
lanl or Drlnli.
SLOANE-PAINE-IIICIIJIOND CO.,
O10-3U1 SPOKANE, WASH.
Notice of Licensing Court.
NOTICE   IS   HEREBY   GIVKN   tin.t   n
l.ir ai-iina Ciuii't for lliosoiithern pni'llon
rn' tho Osoyoos lllvlsl ifVnlo lllstilcl will I...
bold nl   the  lliivi'l'lilllelil   tllllee,  Osiivnlis	
llio 1,'nli ilny nf Docoiuboi' next, al lliu hour of
eleven o'clock ill llu, fiil'eiinnli.
('. A. 11.1.AMIII.Y.
tiiiiiaiNuiiNT ll|-|.-ici.;.
Osoyoos, Ini Npvo]]|bor, 1801.
VERNON, II. C,
WS OF THE DISTRICT  FOR   SALE.
ENDERBY HOTEL
II. W. WRIGHT, I'liur.
:-:   ENDERBY, B.C.   :-:
OOIN'q WJ38T
Lnivcs (initnl I'miriu (North Koi'k, vin Mo
GOLD COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE.; tawn'ril on Wednesday morning, arriving
' Osoyoos Tliiirsilfty ovonlng.
E, G, SHEKINGMAM,
!•',,\ P I{ I'lsrt   I, I N 1''.
botwoon
Osoyoos, Rock Creek, Boundary "','!'',s'!,t''     ,,   ,        , ,,
" •_      ;        _ .'_   y';       *     |>|iclt llorsoa and Guidon furnished to Sports-
Livery in Coiinoclton.
Kirsl-elnsri uei'iililiniidiit inn   fur CiHniniii'i'iiil
Trnvollors.
Until lug nnd KIshluB In abundance through
Having taken over (]ie stables of Gallagher & Stevenson, iiiul thoroughly over
hauled antl i'cli||ed llie premises, i am prepared to meet the demands
of the public.   I have on hand a complete slock nf new rigs,
(double and single) for public use, und also a good lot
of well broken carriage und saddle horses.
Tourists desiring to sec the country would do well to call,
Good Single Drivers,      Good Double Dpivers,
Good Saddle Horses,
Ladies' gentle double nnd single drivers nnd saddle horses,
Horses boarded, by the week or month (box stalls if desired),
Horses broken to harness, and horses nnd cattle sold on commission.
Denier in buy and grain, wholesale and retail,
Conxex- Of mission tweei Troitsoii Streets
0|,wts\v6!SceWst01'0'     W. GARDNER, Proprietor.
Note, This slublo will bo run alrlclly Hint-class In every particular. My drivers nre nil freo
and goitllo disposition, and llio most diimblo Block the markot can produce Special attention,
iu iriinsieiit trade and tu boarders.
««, All kinds of heavy teaming promptly attended to,
Creek and Grand Prairie.
Osoyoos Division of Yule District.
All placor claims and leaso holds in Ibis din*
tt-ii-t 1 'Rally liulil niny lm luid uvur fruiii lliu 1st
uf November, 1801, in llie 1st otJuiio, 18JI3.
C. A. II. MMllI.Y,
Osovoos, 11. ('.. C-i||(l Cpiiinilsslnnor,
ililii Oclobor, WI.
NOTIQE.
<;<)]NU KA8T
LoavOHOsoyooH Kridny morning, arrivim,' nl
(iriinil PmlrioSaturday ovenlng.
NOTICE.
mo)i on bliortoRl noiicii
Gilberts Resort.
OKANAGAN LANDING,
HUNTING, FISHING, BOATING.
Tniutoi'iiiu.v C(i.ui'iiii'i'.ini.i;.
-Kirsl.elnss- -
LIQUORS apd CIGARS.
NICHOLLES & RENOUF, L'td
VicliOria,   IS.  O.
AfiHIGUITURAL MACHINERY,
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Brantford | Binders ® and § Mowers
THE BEST IN THE MARKET,
A Full Line of Waggons, Trucks, Ploughs, Harrows &c, &c.
WAREHOUSE AT VEUNON.
•O. !E". Oostei»toii, ^L.g^eis.-t;.
TAKE NOTICE thai I, V. II. Kline, uf Iniir-
t-low, in lliu Ulslrlel of Valo. II. C„ Intend
tu nptlly tn llle lluill'il nl MuoiiHoC-otiiniisslottors
sitting al Osoyoos, on IliolStlidnyof Docoinbor
next, fur periiiissiuii In transfer to Thomas
KI iut it, llcoilso lu aell boor, wine nnil ulln-i*
, iniuxieiiliiiK und fonnoiitod liquors now held
in the Matter of the licensing Act and.i?..i'.T.^h.H".!^?hV.,v..'v.'i.!;.s.!.'i'iM,'i'i'.-.''".,r'ii!.v GRAND PRAIRIE .Amistronsf Sash and Door Factory.
Amp-irllnir   Aels nnd   In   the 'Miller   nf  application to 00 llenoritcd lVlJ.Il  K, I). Salle)'   O J '
amencung  Acts nno, In me Dialtni   ol   ft||(| (. A   H   , lb|   |u  „,,,, Mllil.s|VH HOTBL
tho Application qt Thomas  Elllntt  to ,|imtleos of llio Ponce f.irsnld district. ,,,,,..,, ,„,,,.,,,, ,., ,,,,. ,,,,,,,,„
Gil A,Ml   I  I.  i 11   \ la   M', I 1 I.I', li| \ 1,11.
Good SfQck p
Liquors and Cigars
.   .   ,   Good Stabling.
PRICES REASONAHbE,
Transfer   His   I.leensq   to   George  J. I isj.iieili     IMl, KLINE.
Shechan. | Novombor Hn!, lSlij,
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE Ibal I, Tllii|i|ns Kl|ji,|, nf
I'-iilrvieiv, In dm liia'ii'iii of Vale, II.C,I
inlinil lo apply In llu' llnni'il uf Llconpo Colli*
inljulu v sitting at Ojoyoos on the 1,'illnluvuf " "
!!eunn'l'')|,H,,u"i, CilK'soli fe'win'"  I" "« Goods pf JAMES M. BLACK
iiniluliiei- iiiiiisii'iiiinu iiiiiI fonnoiitod llquon       Deceased,
now hold W- mo for promises sllunlctl near llio Mel ARFN RROS    PROPRIETORS ' "\A7'r'iti=. -fnr Priopc; tn
"llrowii Ihiir- inine. nml that I havo caused    All pocsum, having any claim agnlnsl tho '"CLHlllill onuo., rnurntiiiuno.   VV llie 101 J. I K.e.j l.O
notico ot my application lo bo deposited inflt above oswito nuint suiul tlie hiiiiio hi to tbo
It. G, Hldloy, Esq,, and G.A.R. Ijuiibly. Esq,,  iiiidorslgiiad tflthfji ope ith from tho Onto of BLACKSMITH  sillll'   IN   CONNECTION
livmil Her Mnjestys Justices of tlio Peace for  Mils llutil'O. •	
iirooioitoe euec, u,  .„,,„.-...„   the said ilistriijt |(    mm^ ^^     , (Signed)  KHAN K 11. Ill.ACK,^^ BInKOB J^oiivo overy Moiidny and WocltioHdnof
lpi|iislrics by feed inn I lii'!>l on |l libeiiil j Noyoinbor 3nl, INil. j Ml,hvnv, fid. 2I( isot, o8l-lm tat Muivus, ffiwli,
■M,i. kinds oi'
DOORS, SASHES, MOULDINGS,
HOUSE  FURNISHINGS, ETC., ETC.,
ManulaGtured on the Premises and Kept in Stock.
N. McLEOD,
ARMSTRONG, B. C,
I VICTIMS OF DIPHTHERIA.
;Snd   Denth   of   Littio   Clover
Thompson nt Fairview.
Mrs. Thompson nnil Mr. 15. Armstrong Fust Recovery,
(From our own coi'rospQndeyl.l
Vernon, Nov. 21, -Lust Saturday
Mrs. Thompson, of Fairview, and her
brother, Mr. li. Armstrong, came up
from Fairview, both Buffering from
diphtheria, ami bringing witli them
the dead bodynf little (.lover Thump*
sou, wlui had died the day previous al
Fairview nf tho same complaint., They
telegraphed to the coasl for Mr,
Thompson, who wns in Victoria, and
he travelled up to Vernon al once, It
.appears that the previous Saturday
Iff* had been all (lining lit the Blue
House, Fairview, and on going home
Mrs. Thompson and Ibe little child did
not feel well. Two days later on, the
little girl becoming much worse and
serious symptoms showing themselves,
the doctor from Oro wns scut for. As
soon as the latter arrived he pronounced it diphtheria. Two days after
(on the Friday) the little girl died. At
(the same time both Mrs. Thompson
and Mr. Armstrong found that they
had caught the Infection, the bitter's
case having been brought oo by direct
contact, be having kissed the little one
just before her death, lieing completely distracted with grief, and sick
as well, Mrs. Thompson took the unwise, step of starting foi' Vernon with
her brother to seek medical assistance,
bringing the corpse of tbe little girl
with her. On their arrival al. Vernon
they were received and kept at Dr.
Morris' office until a cottage could lie
got ready for llieni near lbe school
'house when they were immediately
taken to it. Measures wete nt mice
■taken by the authorities to isolate tho
Iniilding, and Mr. Thompson was
obliged to nurse his wife and brother-
in-law until tlin arrival nf two nurses
from the coast on Monday's train.
Drs. Morris Williams and Lambert
(Kamloops) are now in attendance,
The last, accounts are that recovery is
impossible.
As can be readily understood, Ibe
commotion caused by these eases is
like a small panic here, as it is
known that Ibe visitors have the disease iu ils mosl, malignant form, People here naturally fail to understand
the course pursued. This scire will
perhaps he productive, of good in lite
ii'tid, as ihcre Is again talk of establishing a districl hospital here. So often,
however, bus lbe same subject been
taken lu hand and then allowed quietly
lo drop after the appointment of committees, that tbe same is liable lo hup'
pen again. I these serious cases, huw-
.cvi't', tin mil have the effect nf making
people here lake a practical movo in
the uial Ier nothing I'l'.earth will alter
their apathy,
Poor little Glover Thompson was
buried ill the ceinelary her,'at li p.m.
last Sunday, the service being conducted by Rev. Mr. Outerliridge, The
pallboniera were W. it. Norris, II. C,
lOarmichael, James Schubert, W. F.
Cameron, W. T, Shatford and John
MneKclvie, Several friends also at"
tended In witness the Insl solemn rites.
turning the Biiine evening, and as sunn well dune nnd promptly nnd properly
as his business iu llu- Inenl camps Is carried out,
Mr. J. Keougb has secured the con-
trad uf sinking 100 feet un lbe Kuiina.
completed will leave for the East, probably in u few days.
Mr. McAviiiiiy. at Genoways A; Mc-
Aviney, nurserymen, Spokane, came
in Midway nu tjonday, returning in
Grand Prairie yesterday. The linn
have shipped a very large ipiaiitjly uf
fruit trees ihis Benson into Kettle
river, and their slock has in all cases
given gyeat satisfaction,
 r ft 4	
DISTRICT NOTES.
Summit camp.
The lower shaft on Ihe Mable is now
down sixty feel. Tun shifts will be
worked as sunn ns u new supply nf
steel comes in,
A car nl dressed lumber Jefl the
Armstrong saw mill litis weak bound
lu Penticton, Whal .is the uia.lU-r willi
lbe saw mills neiuwr home, hi competition Inn strong for llit-in:
'I'be Lexington claim, owned by
.Messrs. Ituiubci'g.T k Taylor, which
jiiins lbe Lincoln (While's ciiiup) nn
lbe  smith   west, bus one of the besl.
illg  I'll'!cell   fei
1    nil   solid
	
Tin
Inline] mj Ibis
feel.
'1,'iitu is now
iu
hirtj
A shaft house is being put up on the
W. I).
Mia']'. Humphry is doing assessment
on the Capilal Prize.
Mrs. Dalryniple, of Fairview, is, wc
regret in hear, seriously ill,
Mr. Coryell, ('. 13,, is surveying Kerr
Bros,' ranch up Boundary crock.
Mr, W. Ilaiiiillnn Merrilt, JJ. E„
bl't Fan-view for the east last week,
Messrs, (lillis nml Patterson's new
house near Rock creek Is completed,
Fairview bus, wc bent', been quarantined, owing in the diphtheria epidemic and tho post office removed to
near tho river.
The Helen has already commenced
shipping ore vi,i Marcos to Ihe Everett smelter, The lirst ear load, il is
claimed, will run ijiUjfl in gold to the
ton,
Mr. F. Gome is doing assessment on] mon  Arm.   This is a
the Alcnn, the eusU-xlensioit of the §1,] main line of the C.P.R,,
Lawrence,   White's camp.   There are
three parallel leads on this claim, two
of which arc cupper ore carrying gold,
It, is reported that the same parties
who made the recent purchases in the
Summit camn (Messrs. Farrell and
Midgunof Unite) have purchased Ihe
Steniwinder, Greenwood, and an extension from Messrs. Denzler nnd .Scholield.
The settlers nnd claim owners alone;
Boundary creek from Lynn creek to
the mouth of Prior creek, commenced
yesterday the construction of a wagon
road joining the lnttin road near Lynn
creek, and which will run up Boundary
creek In Ihe mouth of Prior creek.
Mr. Holman, of Kelowna, whose
plucky attempts to start Ihe tobacco
industry nre well known, has received
a report from a manufacturer at New
Westminster, stating that the samples sent down lo him of this yen's
crop from Kelownii were very good
indeed, exceeding in quality fifteen
samples from other places, apd could
large quantities nf equal merit be
grown. Ibis section of lbe province
could not produce .enough U> supply
the Canadian demand. This is highly
eiicoiu'iigjng In say the least.
Mr. (ieo Wolf, who was working nn
tbe Sl. Lawrence, bus gone up Ihe
norlli fork uf Kettle river, where be
nni) Mr. Brown will cnnlitiu • tn work
in the tunnel of their claim all winter.
They expecl In strike lb" ore body
within another fifty  feel.   If so they
EUROPEAN ECHOES.
Jusl before hi. elect mi tbe president ot
the French r pub c was learning la riilo
the liyciek He luis hud in lint • tn give
to it ut bite, but M ne. Cnsiinir Purler nnd
bei childtvn nre good riders.
It s ems likely tlmt tie- Eiff-I Tuwet
will lu- ini;.',i anwii. Tin- ciininiittee iu
in cli r„'e nf the eettqn-iitiuii foi lie-luiilil-
lags fnr tlm l'ni-is expos! ion rn' 1U00 law
just n r-ml liint lliu architects may dig-
■cr 1 th- lover i'i their design.).
Of S'lO.ITO children ;,vi I.i i Iho srhooi
age iu l,n. ibnl. ieiiv-i'i'ii 450,1101) nml 0110,-
000 are elurateil iri Bubo. Is ciuiirulleil by
jibe Limiltiti sciioul buird, T. y ure tiuii*lit
by 7. SI HI icirh is one teacher to more
j than sixty tat,)!., nt n noil fnr iustruotluu
,;il $111 i v.- i p rihilil.
JUST   .   .   .
OPENED
...   UP!!
.McNICO
MIDWAY, B, C.
Lapp Stock gL
ses iu purl, linvii lately
"v  hy  ni p -rii'g "ti the
ui"
showings of copper and iron nre in llie; 11.ill,-1 jnli 1.
country The ruck runs from $7 In male a s i - a
$15 in gold, the width nl the vein In-   boulevnr is in u new style uf ImiuU'eni-. hi-
Bti'ail nf ti '■ -e llli-'Siiiipml "kiss-nie-nnts'1 j
they wear mum] white straw lints wlib
uluhtly  nptiitii'ii   brill)!,  expos n,i their
pt'eti es mid I auk liuir.
Two llus inn-. MM, .V-ukliiiuiljiaiH iiiii)
Oii'.iii.i'IT,  n n ly nrrjs-i'il in Shanghai!
ears nut]  nine
ib, tlii'iiii li Thibet,  in llio I'uni'se el'
wlccb tiny iUili',1 LlinBsn and Iind m, Interview  „i II   I ..-  Dilllli   1.1111,1.      It   in tin)
I JUbt lime si i" I'll Unit Europeans have
I lu-cuinplislitil Uii-i feat,
lu I'ji er Tiuikln there are ivnod niiiu'B
| According In I' a report uf n li'renob aullBtlL
I The winiil,  w: i'li was orUinilly   tipine
fot'i-Bt, was Htvnlliitvoii up   by ilia onialt,
j which i-iivei'i. i. to u depth "f el^l.t yards,
I templnto erecting a large holol nl Sal- Suine ol the ltees nron yard in il ninotcr; !
poiul   nn the the wood ia imperishable and Is Bold to the
wesl ,.f Sica-i Chinese for enmna,
moils and on Ihe Shuswiip lake, ami is | ^ HEATHEN LANDS,
the natural outlet I'm- lbe settlers,
numbering upwards nf one hundred,
wbn are located along Ihe -'alumn
river. Aparl from supplying a long
felt want tn the settlers anil providing
Tbe now resilience lieing buill on Sir
Ailliur Stepney's prunerty in Spallum*
clieeii (formerly the Lumby cstulc) Isl «f>rn jniii-ii")- uf two
uenrlng I'lmipb't inn, ami when llnlsbed
will be quite ill keeping with llle beauty
anil exli'lil nf ils siii'i'iiimiliugs. This
residence lakes llie place nf the.me
destroyed by lire, so many years the
hospitable home uf the lain Mr. Muses
Luiiiby,
Messrs, John Hutchison, nf Vernon,
nml I). Camiiron of Lunsdowne, con*
GROCERIES,
DRY GOODS,
BOOTS & SHOES
HARDWARE,
MINERS' SUPPL1E3,
J.MML
GRAND FORKS
HOTEL I
KKTTLI-,   RIVEI^
G. .Arthur Rendell,
General Merchant
BOUNDARY FALtS, B.C.
.-, full -I'l.-ii..(
\)ij\  GOODS,
ditot i;li i us,
MINERS' Sl I'PLIKS.
HJL   Al'    THS   LOWEST   PlUCfcfJ-
,». vv j^kkd.
WATCHMAKER  and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B, C.
Fine Wateli Repairing a Specialty.
ill V.ojl, IVniTiiiilril.     08*2lll
Tlie Cozy Shaving Parlor
VKI.'NIIN.H. I'.
The Gilmore Elock,
Opposite the Post Office,
«-.- 1.1..11.- ' ,i.el  Childl'lD.'s l.nil'i'illlillg mill
-IiiiiiiI i|U.'i,-i.>ai+a;,
K. i.i(iii;iMri;l'llv.i'iii|i.
1-
-:':,!.!.! ;W.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY,
n. c.
i ue
from
World's
Atlarjtjc
11
to
iy])\vny
r.'icfi".
Tho nucii'iii Ethiopians sidled the boilies
of their.dead uial bung tliem up tu a
siiiukehutiBo lo lie ilriod ntnl ciirod, They
were tluiB Ileal for it year, when, perfectly
]reserved, they were tui'ttt-d over to llie
JclllliVlH  j- 1'  I lll'illl,
Mnny Ci.ini'se temples nre provided with
a bell nl i'u' I'li'iiniu'i', and when the worshipper ell., Is lie l-ivi'S tile 1' pe il llllll Itlui
rings ibe heb iu oi'(l"r tbnt the Diet/ may
1 e 11,'til'n'l ia liis ri tiling, and boo.i liuiiJ
lo nit. n 1 lojus liii-uuess,
The fnviif'.'i' heiuldress for 1-tdiea in
China is t: e II me of a bird, com; UBeil of
it'opper, silit-r i r Hold, the wi l,»b nre niaile
to ill' up "'■ I' '   i' 1, lllpll'B, til ■   lull cuvi-rs
the In ell -f iia- lu'iiil, tho luaiil uinl breast
pllllllllgi' af   jits! llbuVe the iil'ie.v.
liiilsel.ni'i; IV ii i'S, ill w deb the bride
and groom, am .n ,al  on  l.ur-e Lick, run
ges to Mn re us, Wiish.
Midwny, 11. 0.
nnil
accommodation  In  travellers no lbe
CP.Ii.. il should prove a convenience
tu many who would wish lo spend a
holiday in  Ihe neighborhood, and il
might even ba the nucleus of a summer
resort for tbe people of Kamloops and
district generally,
Aboul lbe end of the year will sec all
lbe  gran)  secured  by  the Columbia
flouring Mills Company ground into
Hour,   This proves conclusively how
small was this year's harvest, I'm' il is
well known only a small percentage of
lbe grain found its way to the Vernon
mill, nnil formerly lbe company's mill  itwny [ruin ibe attendant* who ride nfier
tin-in in lot linste, were common iu many 1
ciiiiiitr'.i's, nn 1 may -till by seen in liitnaiti \
uiui taut- "i" Tiii'tary.
Every Attention Given to Guests.
.1. I.. WISEMAN, Prop,
R. D. Kerr.
Iv; BI^OS.,
J. KERR.
KE1
BUTCHERS,
MIDWAY and BOUNDARY FALLS
STEAMER ABERDEEN
LEAVES PENTICTON
TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS nnd   SATURDAYS
n8 p.m., Connecting at
OKANAGAN   LANDING
With Trains for the East and West
 »-^ -
Ihi irl.    lirsi-Class    Sleeping    Curl
Daily Hot ween Vancouver and Mon.
Ijt.iI .mil .si.v.ul.
Meill   delivered n! 1!
online. Caintis.
eh Creek nnil nil the
il I'liiilei'liy was kept busy nearly the
whole year. Tin' Ivan mills in tbe
neighborhood could couvi'iiiently grind
au,ne 7,000 inns nf wheat ia a year, but
as some '1,000 Inns represented lbe
maximum output formerly, it. is only
reasonable In suppose that under even
fn vi ir.i I da conditions, the amniint nf
7,000 tons will hardly be produced, and
certainly nut as lung as prices range as
al. presenl.
No truer insight can be gained uf a
mini's character than lbe minuter in
which he bears a sudden misfortune.
Those, therefore, wlm predicted Ibal
the calamity which recently overtook
the worthy host of lbe Ram's Horn
A Liuii aa viator w 8 acini ilouc'il to yivo
n grunt leiia' hv way of ceieliratiiin. At
ilu- i.a.at aii-eit by Julius Ciesiu' lifter the
Gnllbt iv rs lliu pei'plo weie lusted nt
tw-t-.ity-t.vn llio'lBltlld tables, e .eh nci'onio-
dntiug tun gicBts, nud eueb table was
twice liil"il.
POINTERS FOR US ALL.
Never did any harm, ch? Well, nolthor
did a ratten oc^.
Thu plow wuitlil not en ileep if tbo team
bmi iitii'lliiug lo any about it.
I.i.Vi- ni'V,-'.' tlillis   llliclv   llQinllBO   it BOl'8
a iniiiintiiin or heirs n lion r air.
Tlai man vim is constantly tliiiikina
evil tin s a tin.iisiin.l ways i<> mi ak it,
Nol.ii ly ever ninilu Ufa nny liii.-hU'r for
-mother hy growlim ntnl uruuiblliig.
If nn w.iiill sleep   well   nt niL'lit,  be
mining cnn be cited than lbe clforts! "ema" ls  "I1 '»'" tll,'»B. >">" '-"    wi,b''aw.,l.e when a stranger seek, jour
thev have been steadily making for!""11')"'* "» "ll1 "»"' "«««■ to allow  ,onri,m
years to accomplish this end. l"'»,,le "f lllis k""1 '" overcome bun.;     W|,„ v, „ ,,„ (() nr ,vkll fl m^ t)l0
Mr.F.AV. Dick,,.,,,,, who owns the ^hy will the ashes of tlie old bmUl-  ,,„,„, „„.„„ tub, „,Ul ,„0 fui ,tare ,b,
TlirouRli Tickets
nml l'ai il"' Coasl Poiul
le  to  Knsleri,
Rates Lower Than Any Other Lino
♦
lain- Kales, Time &<■',, Apply to
H, S. SCADDING,
Agent, Pentioton
OR TO
G. M'L. BROWN,
Dist. Pass. Agent,
Vancouver, B. C,
SPOKANE FALLS
anil
will tap lbe ledge al a depth of 1,100 hotel, Lumby, Mr. L. Mornnd (vk, the
feet ami have Ihe largest amount, of dt'Struiilion of bis hoiisa by lire] would
ore overhead of any mine in tb, un- " .,!""'-v kl""'k lliln '""• ™<} I*1"
try,  No greater instance nf pluck in '"'I" '"' l,lulsod '" kl,mv tllnt thl? B1'11"
lleiu.-in is   up  ami doing, ami  is Inn
1 much of no old time rustler lo allow
trouble of this kind In overcome him.
ini,' have t iin.- In  conl  before    the liuutl i
foundation will be laid of a new hotel,      The sun will keep right mi sinning no
Delhmce in the Providence camp, a
claim whicli made two shipments of
Nothing could have lieen more sad, as • exceptionally high grade ore lust year,
neither of the parents nor the uncle  has returned lo Boundary cm* nnd I"I iViilkliM wIU have",! frontage of'sixty , ~'l, is,'
 1,1.     I..     1.,,    ..........1.1 I  l,i,   ,,i, ,1 In,I'       l,,.,!    i nn'    ,,",,1 .'! ci t  I, ,11>     tfl      l-i.Ollllll      U'Ml-L' .    . .
H. C. COOPER
MASri-'ArTl'IIKIf HI'
Harness and Saddlspy
vjmm n. v.
GOLD     and
SILVER
EXTRACTION
and that larger ami of liner appear-1 matter It
tnce than the former one,   The future  blink
w iniii'l; wu inuy tuik nhotit its
IfflE! RAILWAY
NsEsanA Fort Sheppard Railway
ALL RAIL  TO JJELSON,  B.  C.
On.y through line to Nelson,
KasSo, Kootenay Lako
and Slocan Points
Through Trains Semi-Weekly.
Dally, except Snnflny. hetjyeon Spokane aud Mwils,
7;.H n.iu. l.v       Sl'OK^SB       Af. W0p.»,
fei'lwilba   depth  of thirty feel. I wn
■were able to he presenl,   the mother j making preparations lo resume work!
and uncle being dangerously ill, and Ion this property its soon us bis supply h^ y..u ;i . ,m n (1 ;]|. ii;ir, ,,,,
the father acting as llieir ntirse.   A of steel comes in,   The vein carries an
.lieiiutiful wreath was laid on Ihe grnve I exceedingly rich sulphide of silver ore,
by Mr. and Mrs..Schubert and a basket j the shipments made yielding Miami;
of wild flowers by Mr. W, 11. Norris. 080 oz, silver und 1.8 ami li oz. gold
but s
yono nil
'I'be deceased was a most beautiful ami
loveablc child and no one ever visited
Fairview, but wns st.ri.irk by her
beauty, or could possibly forget, her.
Her death will be felt, very deeply by
pveryone throughout the lowor Okun-
CONDKN'SKI) LQOAIyS.
Mr. W. T. .Smith went up to Hock
creek yesterday, returning to Bound-
pry the sainti evening.
Mr. Huber, of Ingram k lltiber, re.
turned lost week from a trip lo visit
)iis relatives iu Golden, li. C.
Dances will lake place at lloundiirv
Fulls, Christmas, Midway, New Year,
.and Grand Forks sometime during lbe
■festive seastm.
Mr. Huff's little girl, who was sorb
ously ill with typhoid fever, is iniw almost recovered. Dr. Jijkcs of Midway
•was in attendance,
A petition is being numerously
riigned throughout Kettle river asking
that Dr. Jakes be appointed resident
physician for the district.
Messrs. Monaghan Ai King, of the
Cariboo, passed through Midway on
their way In Camp McKinney last
Thursday, Mr. King returned to Spokane on Saturday,
Mr. K. P. Simian), the well-known
Montana mining man who visited the
lioundary camps last spring and ailver-
jised this section better than iUutilei-cr
lieen before by tbe large sain pies of ore
(exhibited by him in the mining centres
pf the Slaies, returned last Wednesday, and bus been busy since collecting
'...other large exhibit for the eastern
Cities. Mr. Siiyibini brought willi him
letters from nil the mosl prominent
(iiiniug and business men in Butte,
||e went In Hock creek yeslei'(]iiy, re-
respectively per Ion, and shows six
inches of clean ore above the twenty-
foot level, Anol her shipment will be
niii.ii' in the spring.
The owners of the Skylark are following the vein in an incline al a tleplh
of fifty feel. Lille assays of Ibn
ore run as follows; 0121 oz. silver, J oz.
gold; samples from pay slreak (12 to
16 Inches) 881 "Z. silver, ;> oz. gold;
average of vein, 1)1 oz, silver, 1 oz. gold.
The shipments made by this mint) ran ;
lirst, eleven  Ions, 2bS oz. silver, 1 oz.
golijj 8ouond, twenty tons, 108 oz, silver, H oz. gold, and next thirty tons,
150 oz. silver and 1 oz. gold. .Asa report was widely circulated (for self-
obvious reasons) that Ihe Skylark had
been "dugout," wo again wish to repeal Ihal, the vein was iu reality never
lost, nml wns disclosed in each in-
slauee with a pick where it wits reported
to have lieen lost, on the mine falling
back inlo lbe hands of ils original owners,
The people of Enderby are somewhat more alive lo llieir true interests
commercially than the people of Vermin. They have shown this recently
by subscribing a certain amount of
money to lie devoted to clearing a trail
lu cuiiiieiit their town with the new
settlement of Trinity valley. The
money subscribed bus been supplemented by a like amount from the
Government, which shows that the
(loveninjeiil arc quite willing to Uphold tlie old aduge of helping those who
help tbmmielves, A valley tributary
In a town which already contains sonic
thirty settlers wilh room for some sev-
elily  or one  hundred more, is truly
kitchen nnd pantries, and when completed will be an ornament worthy not
only the little town of Lumby but any
oilier in Ihe Province. For lbe present throe buildings are being made to
do duly in Ihe place nf Ibe one destroyed, so even now the traveller In
Lumby may mil despair nf finding
food, shelter, and creature comforts if
if be needs them.
— m	
(IH.VND PRAIRIE.
(From iiiiriiwn cor-raspoudcnl.1
A dunce wns held nt McLaren's Hold on the Kud in commemoration oil
Thanksgiving Day, and was well attended by friends from the surrounding district, Among those presenl
were: Mia uinl Mrs. II. It. Gilpin, Ml',
and Mrs. Manly, Mr. nnd Mis. ('bus.
Manly, Mrs, Carrier, Miss Newby anil
others; from Boundary Falls, Messrs.
Iteiulell, T. Hardy, La Plante nml
Wiutersj from Midway, Mr. and Mrs,
Benue.tl and Messrs.')', McAuley, Wee,
Heed, Clarke,  Lynch.  Cuuklc nnil R.
Sluarl. Dancing and gaiety were kepi
up until early dawn, 'there wcrealto-
;etlier between I litrty and forty present i the ladies, however, were in the
minority. The Intervals between Ibe
dances were relieved by some excellent
I step dancing by Mr. W. Newton and
Mr; Dan McLaren. The latter, who is
also a gifted Hibllcr, contributed
muchly lo lbe success nf lbe evening.
ils.
jlit for charity to bi'idn nt home,
uis roi dene ber (buy until Bhehai
nvi-r the ,w rid..; -It tn's llnrn.'
NEV.'Si'APER WAIFS.
JKe Gassel Qold
Err ,           Knslo al llilK) lull. Bi'.tao tlnys,   LeiiirniiiK. pn
Yvf"Arr11"\Ci     )<~> in     noiurom will leave lake points nad Xolaoni
At-.a^UM^  UU., UU,,  T„5,,i|lva „,„i   Krldnys, iu-1'ivlnu nt H)„,k,u
Me—They any kissing is tinlienltby, She
•.—Every lliiiii.- Ins i's risks. —I'uck.
"'Jiison'? Why did vim inline your
doe that?" ''because lie iu always Hoarch-
|ng for tin- flat .''   l.'ffi.
''Seo tin bo vlaletB, Hnw nunlest tlioy
arel' "Ibslesl! I ii.tess vou never asked
the price ol llu-m."—Truth
"I),nni bl-ng," .Biild Uncle Even. "Hit
Botin'ri loo much like yob wns tryin' ter
bulsier up j-ei- own se'f respoek,"—Washington Slur.
Mis r.-sfl—And, prnv, why don't you
want 10 leave us, Annul (' ok-Tho due-
tor him ordered my p-cnadi r n more gen
eraiis diet I"—-UuBoler N cbrloliteii,
Daughter (wen Iti..-) —Oh. p.pa, to-day I
enier nli-'ii :y oa my thirtieth year. Father—Unlui viiiti'Bi'lf, child—It won't but
long. — Flit*,
emir libit t-r,
BOILED DOWN.
(Tlie McArthup-Forrest Frocess)
Havo    Experimental   Works    at
.   VANCOUVER, and are prepared
to treat samples oi ore irom 1 lb.
j   to 2,000 lbs. by the Cyanide Pro-
!   cess.   No Roasling and no Smelting required.
For Full Particulars apply to the
i   Company's Superintendent,
W. PELLEW HARVEY, F.C.S.,
ASSAY OFFICE,
sil'.i'.'in VANCOUVER, B.C.
SECURE  YOUR
Ti? XT Mi JS. 2l3 IT S
On Wcilniv-iifi^ jju-I :>■( I unlays traar-h- wil
fuji tlifoutjli tii'Nulsim, lyrjviius »i fcltl p.m.,
jiiftkhiKtiliiscciiiuictlloH "''I' l-uoRtiiamcrXel-
(junfor Ktuili) and all lako iioinU, arriving nt
days.   KcUU'llhUf, |>as-
Vclsiiii im
Spokane
f.n- KeUlc ltiver anil Ilonndary
■i at Man-ns wilh BtOHoon Mon-
'ui'silays, Tliursilays iiiul Kriiinys.
ftUgtiitf
| fftino dn
Passenger
i-i'i'l; mini
CANN & CO,,
BOORSELLEHS, STATIONERS
;\nd lieiilii'-lii
MUSICAL  INSTRUMENTS,
SEWING   MACHINES,
WALLPAPER,
TOBACCOS, Etc., Eto
Needles for Al) Millies of Sewing
.Machine', Kept in Slock,
Nonrly overy hum..it rni't) bavo been
mound builders at Bolus Btagu of their history.
The preparation of lbe human hair for
tbo ini'.i'l.el camt employment tosevn
thousand Piirtsliitts,
lli-Hi'iit'cli shows 'but there i.s not a particle nf ice uti'iii iu tin' I'lisii-rn part of the
North -en.   li is une great w tery waste.
'i'be Dyn'i bniul hnutiug bus n rellglaiiB
origin. The Dy kbdleveB Mint everything
he kills in mis world will bo bis slave ill
tliu next.
In allien titno BOl'BWS were lniido hy
Ml enjoyed themselves right heartily,  hand, nnd five mbui'efl were spent in tniik-
ini* one. Now u iniieliiue rnttles out sii'.y
iu u inbuilt.;
MRS. H. P. PALMERSTON,
MIDWAY, 13. C,
D.  McDUFF,
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, ||. C
All Kinds of Work Kxi'i'iileil in the Snljs
faction of Customers
dors from lb" Lower ('.
to |iiiiiiipi attention,
'ANN .U'( ).,
iintry
VEKSoW,
mil much thanks is due  lo the M
McLarens for tin- excellent cure they
took uf tbi'ir guests antl the charming
way in which lhey entered  Into the
jollity of lbe evening.
Tho neighborhood, around Red Light
was enlivened the other nighl by the
nilveul of a wily stray mule. Mr. Wilbur bus obtained u„ option on ii I'nr
live days for $5,
Wu have heard a minor that It, was
not a ciivolc titillate the pie Mrs. 0,
A LITTLE OF EVERYTHING,
The r ick of (iilirnltur I'em'inlili'a in out.
line n lion in .i resting position,
The uiettti un nml tonipei'ti'iire of the
AMU' lee,'.as   la  bilnw   thirty  degree)
FlL.t'ellhcit.
A blilulliln'J Iiiiil was aitid to have been
Worth bidding for. nnd the people of Mnniey inilcle, but it certain piously in- Bti»ig io deutli by ft bee at Col iimblii, Wis.,
Enderby are. tube commended for their dined male resident,   p ,e,,;,
,    ' ,,      ,,-    ,.    ... ■ , .      \\ c cuu iiriitnv liniisl ul tltirlv-llirce , . ,
timely energy. Mr. W, 11. Wright 1,,^[",,1 mu, Uools here, hut that The .tarB.li has no tinse bnt the wliol.
lius charge of things generally, and , mm\m. was greatly aiiginenled on Ihe of us umlersiile la ei|dowcd wilh the senan
w|l| iiu ilopbt sjji' tbn! everything Is nighl of the tfiuice, .(•'' bl" "■ .— -
MINERAL ACT. 1801,
Ccrtlflcnto of Iiiinrovoiuciits.  I
-
NOT I C I'l. ]
T'ili;('n'r,Njriii'i.l MINERAL Cl Wi,
Situate In lbe Kottlo [(Ivor Mining l)lv|alunof
Vnle   llisll'ii'l,  un   the   Sl lil    lielnei'll
Iliillliilai'J Crook unit I'ourth uf July Creek,
in W liili'i-t'uinii
TAKK NOTICK Ilinl I, William McLean,
free minorn cct'ljllculc V". &1W, Inlonit,
sixtv liiiya friiln ills dale lien'' f. I" ii|ip.y lathe
llolill'iiniuiissiiinei'l'i.l'iii'i'i'lilli'iileiil Impi'ovo-
nu'iiis, for ihe |iiii'|insi' ut iililalnlng n Crown:
grunt ,,f Ih.'ill...v.-. Linn.
And flll'lhi'l' lake nnl ice, Hull nilvel'se claims '
must lie sent lu the Gold I'tiuimtsslonor nml
net ion eiiliilni'iii'i'il In'fure llio isslinliee nf Btlcll
eet'lilieute nf lllipi'OVOIIIonlB,
llnled this •«lthiliiynf Si'iileuilii'i'. IS1II    oil'Jin
County Court JSotioe.
S1TT1NI1S uf llu, Ciiinily Ciiurl ol Hile wilj
lie linldeii us fallows:
11 lis a; mis on lyeiliii'Hluy, milt April, 1803]
,'l  JHiliviiy on Suiiirilny. llllh April. ISlki,
ul llu- linn;'of eleven o'clock ill the forenoon,
lly Command
C, A. II. LAMBLY,
li.c.c.
tintfnsMKvr Ot'i'ii'i;, (isovons,
lillrd A|u-il ISM.
W. DALltYMI'LK,
l.«,..,i.-,il      .rtl.-.tsl*:--.mMi t.3.
PAIHVI15W, U.C
All   Kinds ol Repairing.   Horseshool K \
Sneclnllv, ARMSTRONG HAPPENINGS.
AFFAIHS OF THE HEART.
il'i'.ini our own correspi n.tenia
Armstrong, Nov. 21.  Aboul f •
Inches of snow full on Friday last.   H
js nearly all gone now.
Saturday last was the Iirsl pay day   he |,„'.|, ,||vora
mi tin. ditch uinl the boys seemed to
enjoy il.
The Armstrong I.O.G.T. Lodge visited   the  Ver  lodge on  Monday
hist,   The IIIUSl bine bad 11 good li	
ii- they  were feeling very happy nn
I lm way hiini'-.
li i, ['-.ported thai application will
shortly lieiiiadi'foralicimceforahotcl
nt Salmon Arm.
For every widower ivbo marries a wldoiv,
there two eleven who espuuse iiiuiilcns.
Of the lolul piiplllalioli of llie II illlilliol)
little more t'.itin one-i-lnt-d ure niarricd.
In Slain the li.-.-:. wife may be divorced
Inn cam, .a lia- nil.  The other wives mas  WI
I und Sllhl.
mm EXPRESS STAGI LIE W. J. ARMSTRONG
jgaiB^c^ soxttxx
7
leave |*oj)tjpto|i   7 a, m. overy  I uesclay,  1 liursday and
a     i„ Saturday, amying at Fairview 1 p. m„ and Oro, Washington,
Kiigliiinl.   The register torthe lirst .pi.ir- j]-|(, ij-imij bit. pip.r
tor of Mil exceeds the lirst quarter of any ''        ■ """   •v
i\t)i in LIE, mi Indian i.;:.;;;nii.
1„ ti,,. fuII,.I' ISSIaii Indian came in
.wliei'ii myself ami piirlnei1 were In-
I'liled nnd spun u- an InteresUng, en
(icing, ami exciting yarn, Tlie Indian
siill lives in lbe enmity nml is very
well known, m.i exactly I'm' bi- ineilLs,
Inil for ol her causes quilt' ns nuorous
I will give vim lie pith nf bis vain us
near as ihe lapse nf lime and an in-
diffureul memory will allow	
F days' travel up tbe norlh fork
nf Keltic river, Iho In three days ut'
which could be il" ni burse back,
Ihe real in Le done mi fool, one
would i-oiuetna place where an alirupl
jillllf of ruck cnnic, ns it wen', in lbe
way, culling nil' further progress, unless une took In tbe river, Close into
Ihis bluff a tree would lie found having
notches nil Into it iilteriinlhigon each
side, these forming n lai|der, Tins ladder, if climbed, would give access III
ilie lop of the bluff (here I have partly
furgotton the next proceedings), This
puce gained Ihe rest was sijppnsed In
Le easy. Some distance from the landing (how fiir and in whal i|il',;('tinn are
tbe Inst Hems) 11 small st ty.n pi w Id be
struck containing hot or bqjlhig water,
lini] there, right in the Imiliiig watci
ur close tu it, nuggets nf gold could be
found, from the size qf n pea tn a cay-
use loilll,    lli'l'i'l'i s the gisl  uf lbe
yarn : If wc would |iav bint (tbe Indian) be would pilot us up there and
we could lill up with gold whilst be
would licciinleiil uilb the dollars he
would earn. Well, we were ('hec
Ohtikoes und be look us for lender
feel, nnd here I say be was perfectly
right, for, speaking I'm- myself, my
feet were n long way too tender and
my dollars too thin to risk either on
Mich a glittering prospect ns the reliable or otherwise tllliciun held mil In
us,   I would nnl like what comments
ipiarter olany
year since 18811,
A tribute to a considerate wife was ex;
pressed in tlie will of n physician whu recently died in (llusgow, She bail deserted
lilin three months after marriage. In bis
will, made seventeen years later, he left
Ills en I ire furl n ne t.u her,  lieiaillse she hud
"permitted him to enjoy a peaceful and
ipiiol life"
Three years ago a lilf separated Miss
I'lint Spire ntnl Mr.-lusepli Itnehlioll/,. who
were engugi'd tu be iiiarrled. Two weeks
iicn lhey lu'elilenlally nii'l in a carriage,
while attending n funi'i'iil nl Sharon, I'u
They were returning frotn the funeral,
i'hen ihe, were iiaiiaii-'t iii tbe carriage by
Itev W. M Tlnk.i
A f.irtuue-ti'l'i'i'In Hiamklyn laid among
her piili'iins, reiTltlly, a servanl girl who
ivasanxious in peer nn the fuinm, She
listened la mast pleasant predict inns, and
mis ihen i.ill ilm. far twenty-live cents
extra she enlild saa ;i photograph of her
GrOXIffG-   TSTOXCX'XX
will leave Oro, Washington, ; a. m., Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays, reaching Fairview at 11 a. ni„ connecting with
SS, Aberdeen and S. & 0, and C, V. Railways.
Aaron Johnson, Prop,    	
VERN'QK', B.C. r. o. Bo-t,ia7,
HARDWARE, Tl AND STOVEMAN.
Stoves, Ranges and Heaters of all Kinds
Agricultural Machinery.
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9     'X.    Tl    —:
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I' ituru hiisl.uiil,  Shu piiiri llu- --inn iwku.1,
find was shown a picture* uf lliluin Uuuth.
POULTilY RAISING.
One tiling Hint ti'iiiln in nmkc low prices
fnun lliisiinif in i.ilint a gotxl per cunt,
of tho poultry sunt tuinnrkut lacks much
nf huingin cmuliti.Mi, nnil this, with the
quantity, helps to lower- prices.
All rousl i slmiiM lm luvul nr pamllel
wi*ll e'tch i;: ln*r. Whurc ;i series of rousts
is so nri'nngcil tlmt th- re;ir roostsnro
higher than tliosu in front, tlie liens will
iilways crowd up into the higher places.
Wheat bran should always bo scaldet)
before feuding, as it is not roilshud other-
\vU\ For fattening chicks for market
common! that, has been scalded will often
induce them to eat more nud tu fatten
mure rapidly.
When tho young poultry are confined iu
small runs it will lie best to change every
few days to fresh ground iu order to avoid
filth. Not only wil! the chickens enjoy the
change, but better health will be uiain-
taincil.
As soon as the liens begin to moult there,
|s always a liability that they will begin
to pluck feathers from une another,and as
soon .as one lieu learns it she teaches it tu , A
another.   Thu only sure euro i.s tu kill tli;: ,
lien, and thu sooner it is done the better.
THE CHURCHES.
Thet'aptists in Sweden number86,201,
They have 550 churches.
Thero aro now in Madagascar 1,360 self*
supporting Christian congregations.
Gen. William Booth, of the Salvation
Army, Is about 06 years of age, and is as,
active and vigorous as many men of 110.
The smallest church see in the world is
that of St. Helena, thu bishop of which Iiils
jurisi'.ii (ion over threu clergymen.
Miss Lucy M. Booth, a daughter of Gen.
COLDSTREAM
HOTEL VERNON, B.C.
0PP08JTI! T() RAILWAY DEPOT,
XX.    C.   M TT X. X. 3B »,   Propl-iotqr.
BEST OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
GOOD STABLING.
Terms - From - $1.00 ■ per - Day - Upwards.
Okanagan Saw Mill
Kelowna, B. C.
Large Stock of All Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber,
of Superior Quality, Thoroughly Seasoned, Constantly on Maud,
I hiivn |iisl made to dampen the ill-clour I Booth, luis been appoin ted commander of
of iiiiv.iiiihiti.il.--. ami aspiring iidvon- «>e Snlvittion Army in India, with her
,.,.,.. ,,    i heitiliiuiirlersiit Himiliiiv,
Hirer from try Illl Ins tui'liiiie op Ihe      ,,,,.,, ,.,.,,    .
• . |    Rev. J. A. Znlllll 111 an article In the Am-
jadder, providing lin i-iin Inni H, wi' oricwi EcclaSajitlciil Hoview locate the
Ih.'i-i' migl|l he ...or.' I.-nil) limn poelrv ! Garden of Kiliuin tho land intervening he,
in il, as the tiilii'itni diil not look of it i tween tlie confluence of tne Tigris and.
poetical nature, and of Hi.' rest, per- j- .rates and the Persian gult
,       ...       .      ,,..,, i.i,,   ,ii     Twenty-soven million francs has already
hups 'si unco is gulden.    1 niighl  mid . ' , ,     .     , .,'
1 I lieen spent (Hi  llle  great  eliureli  nf tlie
Snereil Heart nt Montmnrtt'c, nml the
building is far from ctunpletc. The money
luis lieen rnlsud entirely hy voluntary con,-
trilnitiuns.
that there ivill not  lie any royally I'M
peeteil, nor is Ihe copyright reserved.
GlSDAH Hit.I..
(Ii-iinil Prairie, Kettle river.
► i.	
The 'roughest Town in America.
" The toughest town in Aniericii is
Miillan, Idaho," says .Mr. 11. B. Stub-
bins of Boston, "Miillan is a lilllc
tuivii in tlie Cii'itr il'Alone, mining district where you cnn 'put a nickel in
the slot' and see a iniin die wilh his
hoots on. Our parly, three Bosloiiiiins,
arrived in iliil'itn just nl dusk one day.
We wanted to go tight to our rooms
iu the hotel anil gel sepa ra I cl front
the dust taken up in a long slage ride,
INDUSTRY   FIGURES.
Ths number of kiln cotton operatives In
Fall Hiver is placed at 2.1,320.
Almost llve-eigliilis nf tlie steamers In
the world mv miller the British ling.
The Texas I.lvo Stuck Journal tliinks,
there are l,rrt),iKlo fewer cattle in tlint.
slate than there were at this time two
years ngn.
Estiinales liy thu director of the mint
place tlie gold product of flic world nt
(175,000,000, iiii increase of $0,000,000 uvei..
the llllliillllt. stilted in the llllll mil report.
1 luring tin- past live years the production
Bill   S-fcixra- a  Specialty.
Om-cl.i-.x-i3   Promptly  rilled.
Lath, Shingles, Sash and Doors.
Goods  Delivered at Okanagan Falls at Reasonable   Rates.
LEON LEQUIME, Proprietor. ly
CAMPBELL BROS.
iMPORTlfflS AND llANUFAl-TVItl-.HK 01'' Al.L KINDS OF
FURNITURE
Upholstered Goods, Carpets, Linoleums,
Oil Cloths, Table Covers, Curtains,
Down (juilts, Window Shades,
Baby Carriages, to., to
PICTURE FRAMING AND REPAIRING A SPECIALTY-
CAMPBELL BROS.
I of till iu tlie Dutch Mils' Indies nml the
The tavern-keeper was dealing faro io ; straits settlements has Increased greatly.
Ihe office, and we hail lu wait until (The shipments toi Kuropii and America tq
the crowd went hroke before, hi' would : "'tend "r A"-"sl' mfi "'"<• t,1,;"8 '"""'
. ., ii, a. ug.ilnst 31,1)1)1 tons In I8IK),   llio sytun.
''Vl' k ilt ,IS-   Ah""1 """' oulock tale which Is trying tn corner the market
he gul iill the money and gave us our K\\\ \um to obtain control of this source
r ns.   He. took us nut into the street, of supply tp succeed, ns well us nf the
and pointing to a lighted room in the visible supply, which was over 20,000 tons, -j
,,,    ,   , ,    ''., in Aiiciist uinl niilv I'l.i't'll tuns ii year ago
lop corner of the hotel, snid our rooms
VERNON, B. C.
were next to that. We liiiil to enter
ihe house and dull our beds, The landlord Wouldn't walk upstairs with us,
nnd his clerk was away acting its referee at a prize light down ill some
place, We were eating lunch nt a
lithle where two miners were seated,
nnil one of the men snid lo his friend,
Kiel oil In Ihe blokes eillill'  pie will  it
fork. Dey must be Knglish lords.'
Nearly every one in town had a pistol
WcsliiiiuM.'r (iii/.ette.
TREES, FLOWERS AND PLANTS.
An orch.irdlsl in Punioma, Cnl., lies ii,
liis nursery sixty varieties ol olive trees.
gome of the great trees iu Humboldt,
Cat, nre said by scientists to ho nearly
three thousand years old,
Tho thistle, shamrock nnd rose are tin;
emblems nf Scotland, Ireland ami Kng
hind, probably because, uf tho prevalence
of those pint
^r|e,
aa|I
«tt
ii'i'
"In
Iiiiil
•i-o.
Ill those countries
Abniit. inie-iliii'il nf ii ernp depends upon
, the snil, une third upon the seed, ouc*third
strapped on his boll, and all looked as. nnan cans mid cultivation, but each oi f
if lhey were ready to Hlill'l the llfu- these musl lie ni ils bust to get full nil*
works on lbe slightest provocation, rantago of the others, if either fallssllort
.,.. .    ,   ,     ,   ,   ,      I,,      iiinri! Hum its mvii proportion tlie crop is
\\ hen we retired, I asked the clerk for   lk0|j, „, (B,| Bl|orf
ii pileher of lee-wilier,   'Vou ducks — .	
gn I've!' he said.   'Why?'   'Askin'! PROGRESS OF THE DAY.
For ice-water when do bar ain't closed    ,. ,   ,,       ,   .       ., ,
.      Umbrellas mndo of varnished papor are
yet.   Don t sei vc no lee-waler here till  ;0iiiiimi"L<> fnvoriu franco,
|le biir closes,   Sue?l   We wenl toourj   Diirahlo artificial silk, which Isbothneafc
rooms  nml  dut ing   the   night  sent. and dressy, Is iniiile of waste wool nr cut:
.£|S"|« «|i«tt«|n«|= »|i S|« "|a «|i|i->|iii!|s r Jbili-;|!i Hi4|ii|tJ6
7|hb|..*I?)-.|!i a|-- „|a ,.|s u|,.*|» t|n!ii.a,i; »|«i,ii|i. Eisilimli* "b si*"
ail
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MIDWAY
Tluf    Future
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Rifles and Shot Guns,
force and Lift Pumps,   Iron   Piping,
CS-eitxear-a,! Jolb'bixa.f? Shop in
^Lll Z-fcss IBx-aiXiclxes.
W.J.ARMSTRONG.
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The GARDEN TOWN of Ii. ('., nnd the natural
Shipping and Distributing point for the famous
*        *
OlacEiia.Es.S'EMiL "Vaille^r^
This new town affords the best and safest Investments in be found in British Columbia,
Town Lots
The smallest size being 50x120 feet,
with 1IX) feet avenues nnd 20 feel-
lanes. Acre blocks from 5 Acres tip-,
wards.
IFOR  PRICES  AI'l'LY  TO
DONALD & SUTHERLAND,
AGENTS, KELOWNA.
A. G. FULLER
 i
Barnard Avenue,       Vernon, B. C.
INGRAM & BUBER
General Teamsters and Freighters,
ROCK CREEK,  B.  C.
Rates from Penticton to Gamp iMi'Kilinoy, Rock Greek, Midway anil
Boundary Fulls, two cents per pound for two tons or under, Mureus to Mid-,
way, the same rale.   Marcus to Grand Prairie one cent pur pound.
Special Rates for Large Orders and Ore Contracts.
BOUNDARY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First Class Accommodation,   Good Stabling,   Terminus of Stage Line
from Mari-us, Washington,
McAULEY & LUNDY, Proprietors.
I Railway, Mining and Agricultural |
Centre of the Kettle River       I
).ii»
Country. §
Golden Gate Hotel.
FAIRVIEW, R. C.
F. R. KLINE, Proprietor,
GOOD ACCOMMODATION - - GOOD STABLING
Stopping Place for Stages to Penticton and Oro, Wash.
RAM'S   XZOX&CT   HOTEL,
LUMBY, B.C.
Fii'si-Cliiss Accommodation fur (luesis.
Good limiting und Fishing.
Stages to Vernon and Blue Springs,
Louis B9.03Pa.xi.-d, Prop.
H 11
.i
down-stairs three or four limes
for a pitcher of water, hul could
get none, Presently a heavy pair
pf bunts were heard on the
Stairs,    and    I   thought    thi'    hotel
^iii), by the niil nf chemicals
A pni'iuiintit' lint-se collar finds favor,
with many horsemen, and the animals
themselves seem tn appreciate it, as it
adjusts itself tu every motion nf tlm neck.'
Paper Indestructible by lire lias lieen in-
I   Lots on Easy Terms to Actual
Residents.
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an
mail's conscience   lint   been creeping   vented by M. Meyer, of Paris.   A spi
,     ,   ,, .,i , men nf it. was siiliii'cleil to a seven'lest— s*
around.   A  thump on, the door, and T    ,„„„,„„, .,,„,'f(,rt.y.,w,t bonr9 ,„ ft j ■
the miner who had eiiiniui'iiti',1 upon potter's ftiriinco-nnd canto out with its ||
pur eating wilh a fork milled In his glazoalmost perfoct, $s
head,   "Xt'.tse ine, pa'.ls; lte began ; " sf)KE YtNKE\ C|T|ES, ||3J||jWjj«.||^
11 heard you askin' for water.1 ' Ves;
we are very thirsty; bill Ilm hotel-
keeper won't give iu any lee-water,'
SOME YANKEE CITIES'
Philadelphia luis :»,iKKl mill's of regularly   ||
ild out streets, and 100 miles uf street car , ijij;
It produces every year $00,000,000
Inii
,    ■ , ,, lines,
Mini   never  had  no  heart, nohow I    pfgao<
iHe's a butter I exclaimed, feeling    Durham, N. C, is une of the greatest
grateful  to the kind mail.   ' I know tohaccnnii'iiufacturlngpoliitslnthosouth,
these purls well,   been here long'fore  One linn tlierottyikej800,000,000 cigarettes
Spokane was born,' -an' thought asl f very ye ir.
how I iniglit pul you on to some of de |    UulTulo luis n city hull that cosl $1,860,*
angles.'   'You are very   good, sir,' ooo,  Over hi),IH10,(100 bushels of grain have
I Wall, Ihe next tint.1 j'l'l'Wiinls water  passed through Buffalo gning east iu a
don't bother lo send io ,11m,   There's single season,
water In your room,'   'Hire?'   'licit.    Tholatcs census report shows that thoro
il'liere'su spring in the b.'.ir  Then the  ntl. ,,,,,,-,, marriages in Brooklyn, in pro-
vlllain slainineil the door and nearly   portion to Its population, than any othor
FOR PARTICULARS APPLY TO
H, P, PALMERSTON
MIDWAY B.C.
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linked himself laughing.'
city uf ttie union,
XS. C   CABGII.L A OO.
Armstrong, B. C.
Dry Goods,, Groceries,
Boots and Shoes, Etc.
A l|i,rge list of fitrnis for sale.
FOR SALE
TN THE BUST LOCALITY ON TIIK VEIl
1   NON Townsitc, a few acre nnd liulf-nei-o
luis, oltlior for building or gardening,
Apply to this offlco or le
F, AD111AN MKYKK.
VfRNON, B,C.
Midway Livery, Feed and Sale Stables,
GOOD DOUBLE AND SINGLE DRIVING HORSES.
Rigs In Hock ('reek, Penticton, Grand Prairie, {(tflt'Otl's and all other points in,
Hie Country.   Parties desirous of seeing Uie mines should
Give us a Cull.
Heavy Teaming Promptly Attended To.
RILEY & DONALD'S
Agricultural Machinery  Kept iti Stock,
CONKLE & DONALD,
MIDWAY,  B.  C.
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers of
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
All Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving the Nursery
SPOKAN E   F A LLS,
V. O. Hox 5^3, Washiiigtpn
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