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 THE ADVANCE.
Vol. VII, No. 7.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, JUNE 14, 1897.
$2.00 per Year.
.
D W. JAKES, M. D„ CM.
BY APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE     :     :     :     BOUNDARY FALLS.
QERALD WILLIAMS, M. D., C. M.
VKItNON, B. C
Lats or
St. Thomas Hospital,
London, tlm.
QR. OSBORNE MORRIS,
Vernon, B. C.
Graduate of McOill University
Late Physician and Surgeon
Canadian Pacific Ry. Coroner
for East Yale,
L.EOH,
I   P.MoLBO
Haiiiiihtek, 8oi.ic.itob, Etc.
IMtuw.v. B. C.
ALLAN MACDONALD,
BARRISTER AND SOLIOITOR
Of the Supreme Court of B. C.
NOTARY  PUBLIC, ETC,
VKRNON, B. C.
U   S. CAYLEY,
Barrister and Solicitor,
Gkand Forks, B. C
C    ADRIAN  MEYER,
Mining Broker,
Notary Public, Etc,
Barnard Ave., Vernon, II. C.
QHAS. E. COSTERTON,
VKRNON, I). C
Commission and Insurance Ag't
NOTARY PUBLIC.
J.
K.JOHNSON,
General Collcclliit ami Intramural Agent
Mineral rluiiiis Ikiuglit and Hotft. Notary
Public.
OKANI)  FOBKH  B. <J,
CORBES M. KERBY, P.L.S.,
A.M.(J.8.C.E„
ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
Notary Pobmc.
Midway. B. 0.
JOHN A. CORYELL, A. M„ B. 0. A.
Civil Engineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND   SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Irrigation Projects, Engineering and Survey
Work, with Plans and Estimates In any
Portion of the Province Immediately At*
tended to.
Maps and Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and Mining Camps of Kettle River
Mining Division.
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY and VERNON.
J
H. FEATHERSTON, B. A„ So.
Mining Engineer and Assayer.
Rivkrsidk Ave., Grand Forks, B. 0
o. a, ouess, M. a.
H. A. Guess, M. a.
GUESS BROS.
Chemists and Assayers
Thoroughly familiar with Fairview and
boundary Creok Mineral Proportion. Properties Kxitmined. Ahs-ij'k and A nnlyscH of Ores.
Fuels, Etc.
MIDWAY, H, C.
ORRKNWOOI), 11. ('.
M. BARRETT. 0, T. HODGSON
BOUNDARY  CRKEK
Engineering and Assaying Co.
Greenwood Olty, B. C
Assaying and Analyses of Ore
Mines Examined and Reported on
Thorough Acquaintance with the Kettle
River and Boundary Creok Mining
District!.
F. B, JACQUES,
Watehes, Clocks and Jewelry.
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VERNON, B. 0
D. MoDUFF
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, B. C.
All Kinds of Work Kxocutod to the Satis-
etiou of Cuutouiora,
TON'S III
KF.TTLB RIVER MINING DIVISION.
W
,.n v a i.
linn... j Inlei-esl, II. tioio/.loo tii.l. ('.
Record of Mineral Locations for tlie  Ilia-.
Week Ending June 7th, 1K07* "AV Tu
 _ J,J, I., ... iiiii-ii'M. W, .1. Schinuck
MAY :'!- amir. M. TiiliiasM'ii In Jus! Addison.
Florence, Kiniilli nf .Inly creek, (I'-ii. .1. .1. .1., ,-, 111I.1.-I..I. Ailili.-iin  ITI A,
ESTABLISHED1 P. Minis. . Pllll*)*!	
1670 lliu ltd Jllhllee'fr.iciibnv.il, Bl-mvn's .'' Vtii" l"s,--,""l|,sA(l,li'-	
l°'u- .  ' .Inlin Ail.li-iui.
.■iiiiiii, \V. A. I'f.-ili-t. v. iM Rover,! iiiii-i,.sl..li,|in(iill.inlu
Flul    Inni.   (fractional).   Kluiln'ily G. A. AlcKiiguc,
cuuip. F. .Mi-lliiniilil. tllWllrii,   I I11I1',   Cyclone,    Vnu
Acute, Smith's ciunp, J,  I*.  Ml-U'Uil. "";"- I Inleresi., Jus. I'niinili'i-lo (llli.
Surpriso,   Kitnlurly  i'iini(i,   F.   .Mi- Knuil.-i.n .-mil A. Mai-luill.
Retail Dealers in ilrvi i»'*n"'-i *hi-<i LewtaLnrseu. -lAvai,
llii.-i-liii-ii.l.-, In-ill.- fiver, im. A.     |.„ii|,M„|. .1 i„i,,i.t. I'.ilHllllniiiW.
HOLESALE   AND
iii 1 lealers in dry
noils,   litinis  and   shoes
groceries ancl  provisions,
wines, liquors an
Special Attention
P aid to Mail Orders.
Vothingbut reliable good,!
cept on hand..
A   TXIJ.A.X.   SOLliCTTBD.
Stuck,
Iiiii U-.11 iiiiii I-. 11. KhlKht.
W. 0. Haywood,
W. L. LEONARD.
OTEL PENTICTON
Haywood & Leonard, Penticton, B. G.
Pleasantly Situated at the Foot of Okanagan Lake
Stage Connections at Penticton
With Steamer Aberdeen foi Fuirview, Osuyoos, uiui Orovillc, Wusli. Also
Ciunp McKinney. Rock Oreek, Midway, Boiiutiui-y Fulls, Aniii-oniln,GreeilwOnJi
Oity, Curson, Gnuiil Foi-ks nnd [joints in Washington.
Ample Aecommodation for Hunting Parties.   Guides Furnished
Good Boating and Fishing.
Bell ,lii..-pliuif, lliiiui.liity creek, (,.,   ,.,,.v |4  |(li . i,,,,.,.,.„,. \\, \v.Si.ii,ks
1 1 "• Frniipitr, |U w, lj, Uni',
Winds, Ii<]iiot*s -mil Cigars,.    Oiii/ibo, Ms crt'ek, J. M. Lloyd iind ii'.viil.
 .. , K. Ki-ighlly.      _., .   ,-„„!,, |,|.Hil„ \v,,n-. Tiilul  Wave,
,. ,' '. ,,. ,, ., innil Vernon, Tiili.l Wiivi. Mining i-iiiii-
Queheo, Isi-nli'ii.ri. W, Qilitrln".P,fh,inrtoTldul Wiit-e Cnnsnlldnted'Mlu.
MC,   I'iii.l.   I'lslii'iiii.iii  cri-ck,, II. u>  hit; i-iiiiipiiliv,
'■'I1,1'1,1-  ,       ,,,   ,     ,  ,   1    l-rlncf Ktliiiitl, till  i i.-m. ' il. 8,
U hiti. l-.la|'nun. (,i-.-ititl Fnrk*, A. L. ; *,,,,,,,.,. ,„ ]>,;,,,-,. |-;,|w„„l Onlil M ,g
Rogers, 'cnuipunv
(Iniiul link,', Sin ll. i-.-iuip, lli'i-t, |    hiiiiiiliiir,-! Interesl, Cnn. IJulgrilf
Ntitliiii" Inn reliable "nods I   ..'i'1',    11       11 ,. ..innil). P. Miitlu'll in G.M. Miller,
nuuilllg UUl IClldUILgUUlla     ( niiihcrlntiil, Louis Luke ciunp, M. I).      Air nl (iiiii-. iill intercut   .1    II..lm
kept on hand.. %Lood, [in John l-I.Sini'ih.
I    ( 'intention, Long Luke ciunp, LJ,      Dun Biii-ringluu,.', iiilcn-si. Laramie
-Ali-Altll.il-. i.Muvi-l In I'cl-I Sleep.
Niagurit,   Lung   Lake   camp,  Jnlin '                         '
Miilliguii. -"M'-
I'm-1 Iaiui, Iltiiily liiii.liuliilii,  T. P, Stiindm.l M tiiiiiiiiili, 1 Interest, F.
Mcliilyre. ElklliBto Thus, Wnlsh,
•irxii 2. JUNIili
Hudson's Bay Co., Vernon, B. 0.
2**, O. Box. o*a.
BEFORE...
',     Block Il'-niilv, Cuu.p.Mcl'i vN'i.Z,     Vinlel,.', im<-i.--.l. ('.  Il.uiinginii In
John. \\ lliail.li.il. ,1a-. .Ini,,,'-.	
Ilcspeius(l'iiictioiiul), Sulilli's cninp, i   Phoenix, ', inlci-csl', c. Hnn-lirgfOn tu
T. Wiiie.intl A. (Jiislleuuin. Jus. .Toliiisini.
Leniuii. Suiil It's cninp, T. Willi- utitl [                       june I,
A. (.'iisiIciiiiiii j    |,(.    ,||| -t, A. II. Finglanil lo
iiliu-k Hum, (li'itctiiui'il), Lung Luke   in,,,., |{,,,,Uu||
Making* your purchase of 'dw Trill (finciiomli), I g Luke '"""""''
cnmp F M   Moulin i    pnpluc Shcrrnli, j| tuleriiil, M.  Kline
She'rlnck iluJines'Sinitll's cuuip,  A.  ji'wI.O. M. Sinilh loLi-sHe-llill lllld 0,
I.II'all,'-	
Pt'l'ilcs, all illll'lesl.Allilli'W lluuson
to P.. A. W'iillial-k.
Blilcliinl.nll -est, I,.  (I,   lllllii.ail
lol-'. W. Iliiliniglliii.
Ilia. I.ii.l, -. inli.i..-I. llil. Iliiacnll lo
0, (I. Siinils.'
llllll illl. all ilil.aral, (', ('. SllllllS ll.
I,. I  .  I llllll,ail.
Liuiciisliiii', I Interest, stcplicn Taylor lo N. I,, (iralii	
liffll...
Bon't forget that we have
just received our spring
I-,■,*.„>.„,.
lli-uiiili- .Miiiiiil.iiu,  KiiulieiIv cuuip,
ii.s. Wcii.-i.-ai.
-IfM-lll.
Sinn, Skylnrk eninp, 0. E. Uui'K«'t*.
Welenn.e, Wulliicei-teck, l-MJ.Smilli.
I,i  HuiiK (JlitiiiK, Ensl. Fink, W. F.
stock of men and boys .Hum y,
. .. .      I    Non I'lii.il. Brown's ciunli, H. W.
ready    made    clothing;, j seuduinmi.
hpnvv   olnth  nnii   flannpli    »l""'»n'l (fmciiniuil). Bi'.o.vir's c-uup,
neavy ciout ana nannei,,, w. s,,,!,.,,,,,,, ;„„| F-S ,.h,sL
top shirts, stylish dress! .um; i.
shirts, uncisrv/ear, and a'   t:lri^fir,ii,,iinenii,,r,'JoiinO,n-y,'ii.
iull line oi'hats.
Pets from |i up.
(lulil Cn;-. II ckc k.'O. II lia-ii
Una. II' ncl liniiii), Sin it  nunp. I).
II. Hulls.
.hm: "a
Bush Bonuu-iii Nil. I, Mvi'j-s creek,
Clink Nines.
(I,.,..l Ln.k, Myet's cleek,'-'' II. Hash
uinl t'l.ok Novi-.
ll.isloti   Hue l(i'.icltoiiiil).   Il.aala I
VERNON ■ SAWMILL
SMITH k MoLEOD, Phopuiktohh.
Sash, Doors. Mouldings, Turnings, etc.    All kinds of factory ft
work kept in stock and made to order.    Coast  Cedar worked
into Furnishingsa Specialty. All kinds of Lumber, Lath am'
Shingles kept in stock.    Best material always in stock.
Sawmill on Okanaoax L.u<k, Handy to Shipment,  Sahii and Doon
I'actiihy on (I. P. I!., Vebnon,
Your choice of any suit    """'...     ,
' ■ cuii.p, \\ . ..!. I,.i...
in  the  house   for $1.5.    liiMuMlil-Oiil'f/'j'I'iunii, W.M. Uji.
Il.uss Hlippt-r.   .lleli-ls cici'li,   1.  (J
Respecifully  yours, etc., But let.
Noltll.-l-ll Bell, Havers   deck.   T.   If
Blitlei*.
mil,i Front RIiipp! *i*--i<-m*-.."1.u...k.i.-.-k.'1-.cj.n.ni.-i.
HU    i'l Ullli   IjliJlO!    Uniekii, MeveisClri'i'k, T. Q, Bullet-.
|    lluliv Pciit-I,   Meyers i-iwR,   T.  (J
GREENWOOD, B. C. :l!'!'l",.'■ „,,,,,   .,     ,, ,.. ,
llixi... I'.ii.-I l-nik, Aluiei Mi-ImiiIi'.
Piiili-   of' tin-    Mountains,    Kellle
J tivcr, F. M. Greenwood,
^I&fA s,!;r"'"-"•K" m'""] K:
HAJLA9  %j.i_ O *.t  a i    I'i-iiaa King, Keltic livei-, .l.tuies A.
_  Slnek.
"j    Execlll-iur,   Ki-ulc  liver, Jitnies A,
Stuck,
MIDWAY, B. C.
Boundary ol Britl'li Columbia.
Tlii're ure i|iie.slituis |ii'inliii-< with tin-
I'nil ail Slnles i..^aiiliiit|liouinlnry lines
ill ninny pot-liiuisol'llii- Dominion. The
in.isl iin|niiluui is in ia-u.ii.I In Ihe
hniludiil-y  l.i'l.vi-i n   Ilia i-h  V iltiuihlH
llllll III,, alula of Wiisllillgloll,     Sllllicof
the.liiin'st i*.ilil lii-'il.-1... ihe conli.ien!
licclo.i. In Ilia    ,1.1.   Iliissliinil  llsi'if
lieing only ci„'ill Iiiiii s Iiiiiii llle line,
Snine t'.iiu. yettrs uhii the govt-i uinciil
of British ci.! ' i i iliiulcil niinitii.il
Iii tin. I in. i.l ... lai,ii v in.iiks. The
eliiliplet.jun nl  the Alaska survey set
free lust   yi.il   Misals.   Al < All Illll' lllld
lai. I'VI, llf llle l-iilliill.iiy t-uuiuils-
sitlitel-h HlltlTlO limk   illlo   lile   llllll tela
l)|.|i:ilV minister linages, 'nys: "It
: c.-ii.s. hnwuver, llml I In -i-,- is n coin plica ii ll nn llli- |iioa of llie llllll pill'iillcl,
over anil nlinve Ihul  1)110 to tin- lucre
an k nl  in-a nt-.   ll  nppeiirs thul
lm ii ci iniilci-ulili- ilisinnic in tin-
Bnunilniv Cnek ami (I an nil Prnirie
legions llii-ic is cvitlente of ['veil lines
llnving lieen -ut- eyed, uini-keil uinl ml.
out. These lilies uu- niiniii IUU yui-ils
apurl; I..:n, il is sluliil. me et|iullly
..-•ll iul ..ul, ami were a|i|inii.|iil.   Mill
KSTAIUaSHli'll   I.nmii.
MAINLAND  NURSERY  COMPANY --,,i, «w^i-«■• *>•*»
  pjilnnis tn look oul  for our future ml-  '"
-   LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA    ;'"llis"" ' " '-'"'■• """', lmH
^<w>><fcai^ill<|| |l<|( m, . ^ ,t yiiur smooiei' Mii|i|ilii*.*- until yuii  see
Evei-giwil, Cartel-c,   1-1. II. Dnhl  -1"'-1" ll"'-■'""' '! • J!1"  lhl' m",1,1";
anil   \lrxlll-'ill | lliclltsoli III tin-Ill  lm -i-   pnllcil
Having decided to estnlillsli n geni'ml '   i,,,.*, ■»,,, rfiiii-l iomil) Stnllli's cnuiii   down ven t-oniplelely,wiil|i' thus	
.,-...... i-i 11... ......I. i..... ..,,. .i in.., i i
II. M. Mcltiui-
l-.'scn|i,inu, Ensl Fnrk, Flunk McFni-
Piiilhuitl,    I-'.  (Iiil'ii
Belli -k,
Miiiitr/.iiina. I-i  Keighlley,
11A V .'11
I  .1.  VV.
Our  Specialties—Varieties Profitable in British Columbia ;;"h,,Uv"ll,lv''","ir''1'
Trees Free from Pests. !
FRUIT   AND ORNAMENTAL TREES,  PLANTS  AND  VINES,  jjjjjj]     jj     \jft      JjJlfl^ffy,"    \ ah S,  til,. |h ,, ti, mi,
Send for Free Catalogue,   j   K. Hutcherson, Manager. .um: i.
" ,      ;    Bicycle, E Sullivun, A. Wutlilcll. nnd
I  T. Al'kin
llle Klllllll line an- stuliilinc. Ill j mul
Clllltlil Illll, Tn tin' cast i.f llmiiiilni y
Cleek llu- IIUUIUUII It's  an-   ill   iiiins   in
iianiii     ■   ...   a     a. 'I1"*" in.-. .vhilauiHi.un.luivcrc.'l-
I lll't I- III'' Illl IIIIIIII Ills Sl .11,lllllll I.II li.lll
MAV -'■ Mines. Ai llianil I'i..iii<* Ihc liiml is
Viola. Wi F. 'I've ami E.I. H.nvcs. 'heing 1'iu-ineil hv I'aii. il Slnles citizens
Bowes, VV. I-'.'lye nnil .1. II. Bowes, upiinlu. mini'line.   TliUre Is lung
Ullii Chirk,
MARCUSandMIDWAYTo PrsSDSStOT.
I lule ill i..nil. linn , jlh llle
..tu.i y "I llie illl 1*1 lull ii Ulitl lioilliilniv
.. lia li wnnlil linn-., any liglil up >u lhe
i-onuillcuiloii, nnl lhe t'iihtlhil.n of
illVniif Is one ii hieh niily po-sililv lend
In gllive ll'.lil.lc, |.-|ieeluliy iu   lien   ill-
lie fuel Ilinl lllis p.ilti I the   hiillll-
lltll'V is ill llie inilni'lll.ltc neigllliinhiioil
nl lilt! la eelllly tliaeineml I i. ll tllitlel'ill
llepilsils    ill'    illl'      I'll.'leliav      llllllillg
STJk.Grtt   ImX^TH
Sn.    I'.,     I'l'.as|ie|.|illg    Svilllieule    llf   |-| giol
lliiii-ht'iiliiiiiliia.                                   j    To fully  'lai'ialiiiii  llie ineniiing nf
I    No,  II,   I'mi-i ecliifiiig   Syiiilicnle of  this llnpliealInn i.f  lines,   ii    mil   I
' It, iii^l, l-,,l,i,i,l.e, „   i.i..;.. r    il...  ; ;.
Leaves Marcus	
Arrives Greenwood...
Arrives Marcus	
liiilish t'nlninl.in.
'     Imu Tup. .Iniill 11 1.
HedCluud, VV. II. Il.ii.i-.
llh nil Joe, VV, II. Il.iiii
.Mondays and Thursdays at i p. M \.y<: .,rc til\-\nR First-Qassj iii.uiii'tuVwJlilllVm*
... Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 P. M' ,,. .     ., .    .   ,     , Oi-ny Copiii'i', VV. 11.1-lnrrls,
tu     r    .. i o    r Mininsi Properties in nana vietm-iu, D. c. Bench, ei, nl.
,. I nursday and Bunday at 9 a. m °     > iieieun, 11. c. 11 h. ,.1. „i.
lor
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL, FREIGHT AND EXPRESS
XI.   X>.   MORBISOIir,   FBOnilETOR.
A NACONDA HOTEL
♦ .> ——————	
;   ♦♦
ANACONDA,  B.  C.
Visitors to the Boundary Greek Mining Camps, Slop at the Anacond
Good Table  -  Good Beds -  Good Liquors  -  Good Stabling-
N. Tholl, Proprietor
i-iit-v 111 ill.min In.m th" impel iul
atulini'iii.'-11 cupv uf lhe Held notes of
tin- line -.Iiii li «a- surveyed |iv tin-
lloynl engi is, in inlieel'l   llllll  llu*
I'llileil   Slnles   I' llMlill,   ill I   118
yeacs ngo,   Mr. .Inliusoii, chief geog-
I capliei'iil' 1 Ills (li'iiiiflinenl. wus f  lo
! Enghuid lust June te prueurii ,.,|ii -. of
lhe Ilelil null • n Mil -I- -i a ipli.ilis III' this
ill well n- nf nllli'l- lint'lions ot lhe line
I.eUleen ( ..ll el.I Illll I lie I' nileil Slut ea.
The link 'I III.  nt-igllllll  sun ev I ecnllls
nf   Ihose   pnili ins   "f   the   Is I.nv
"Iii- li lin hei llllelllielllinl liy liullll'ill
I. alii'" . I.al hy lllllllcllll iniiiiiiincllls,
i-   . I'lnuslj nil uli 11 1 11. a.line-in. nl
-if llic lin a us iu lliis cuse, 11 supph"
Finding all cash, time antl     Crow 11 Jewel, OWi-allim Al it .in 111. ii) ilelei iiiliial iiiii isdeshrd,   Mc.
linlil Mining c pa ma I..I111-1.11'. iiiil'.uiinialeilln.s.. hnwell'l-,
trouble and furnishing the avsai. reiiiiei-eii hi> reiiu-i u-ssm-y icioi,.
lomiioi
,    Chaiupi.ui, D. t'. Bench, et. al.
Evening Slur, D (', H»m-h, eL ill.
Cnppei M .lain   ll ('. Ile.n-li. el.ul.
Boise Shoe, I. W. Voting,
!    Minn,null (fnielltinnr), D W. Dillon.
|    Superior, I), VV, Dillon el, al.
;    fliiind View, Witt, I>:u 1,','ti el. ul.
I    Moilntk, Peter Sleep,
Dun Hailing  I.. Mnye
GENOWAYS & McAVINEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Growers of
CHOICE NURSERY STOCK.
All Stock Grown Without Irrigation.
All Trees Inspected Before Leaving1 the Nursery
bPOKAN Ii   F ALLS,
P. (). Box 583. VVasliiiialoii
... , ,,   1 (iniil Finch, 0, w. ll. Shi	
Stock ready   for  Mrrket, ,, M :;
and   are   willing  Co   lake'. " Mn'.Hverln nnd Spnknne Mining cniupiiliy,
Olll' pay ill Stocks.    TreilS-      l)i*tm-i, SJiiIiik.-i Biver «'. n-.ili.l .i. 'I
Mining i'oni|i.inv.
ury Stnrk   Listed   East.    Mm*, jriiin Anl.i*Mli.i.'iii.
Ilis lil.je. I   ll I.l    I.Cell  UCI'llllipllslU'll,      III
the in. Illll illll'  ill      -11 '. II. H   of   M- --I-.
Mi'Ai'iliui   nml   SI,   I'm-   have   hei'ii
ltll|y,l'(l   I.n ul- making Cnn ffeel lulls
I 1*1 H It'll llie ll inn Innil siirvea   of
III ' I'llllWllV  hell  Ul   lle.elslnke llllll   lhe
linuiiiliiry line at the pluce iiu'lilltiueil,
Their   lihinguliiliou,   when   liai-h.il.
Venn-. .Inlin Au-lail el.   il. uill serve Illll "Illy tn ili-llne the  nsll'll
l.a-t I liliuu'i', II l.-.i-v Cieek Mining  iiniuleiil piisllliin iif the puinls in inies-
ui| y. , ti   hul mil nlfiird pnlnls nf ituinee.
■DISK I. . lini I'm ll S|iliil'lllin,l of the geoliml.
Puvnlhip. W.T. Suiillicl.nl. till survev. ill   llu-   |< uy   mini .g
l.oi'ikiiiii, W.T, Sinilh cl.nl. I'i'ifl'i.ll.   I'nfi.rluji.ili'ly, tninecniiiil of
j,.nmjj the eSeesslve i|iimillty iif Hinoke fnnn
,,.     ,,                \.' ;",.,         ,           1 .     I'll-h lilesiilul lllll'n.ni.llilc  ucilhcc   in
Bill Boniuizii, S. S. l-.ilw.-u.l- uti'l .1.   1 he cmlvp.nl of lhe sens,.,,, their sin-
-   ",-,l","1;1- ,,,,,,..      ,    ,        icy  luis      I' , led!    Tin-
r->,Ay Citsh, .1. D.|io,|.,,si et.ul.       I,,,.,,,,,,,,, p,,,,,,  |,  „„,„   |hr  |m f
In.lilei, iio.ui.,1   Linilci.ul. iN'nkusp.ulio „ iv hei ween llevcl-
WATCHMAKER  and JEWELLER.   SSaK*i"    '■ siokcnnd thelioumliirvline,  Am. r
11.1/11, u. rt, ,11111 mu. senson's wmk will lie t'ssiirv lucoiii.
MIDWAY, B. C. TtlANs t.i.as. plele the cmn Imi."
II \ Y L!.V * • *
>     ('iichcc. ', interesl,   W. (Illl ll iiige In ,     Conillu-l'i-inl   jnli  print iug   nf   c.eiy
li- I'- t'nules. tll'SCI-lplIiiii al Tut: An. .\i i.
For Furl
tet
Pn
liciiltirs
Ap
»iy
to
L.
C.
DILLMAN,
Broker, S|,oKin,,*.
,1.
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. \'i-:i;ii.
Fine Watch Repairing- a Specialty.
All Mini, M niiniii,
I    v THE ADVANCE.
w. ii. N'oimis hmi'uiKToii
I'liiilialicil  weekly  ut Midway,  II. C.
Bubsoriplioii Price i'l.in por hiuiiiiii, payable
In uil.a.iui.,olUior yearly ur lutlf-yearly at tlir
option of tlio subsunbor.
Ailvi'i-tisuiK Hales sent un appllouiloil.
Tliougli tin- i-iiliuiuis ul Tiik Advance m-c
alivuvs upon fm- tlie dlsoiisslon of matters of
piililii- interest and imparlance, we (In nol nor-
cessarily ondonw any of the opinions expressed,
Correspondence of a personal iiuIuit will not lie
published.
A cross iu tills space lnill-
eat.is iiiul your subscription
:tn tilts paper Imu expired,
MONDAY. JUNE It, 1897.
EDITORIAL NOTES.
Thk provincial estimates fm- tlie cur-
nnil year provides furl Iih appolnliuenl
of sevei-.ilextraconslnliles. This lieing
lhe case we cull lhe attention of the
authorities to Hit' pressing ueeessily of
appointing a resident conslalile al
Fuirview.   Tlle ciunp is fast heiiuiiiiig
une of the most.important In the province nnd liallll'lllly nltrnrls cerliiiu
elements of society to It, These the
hooilhim iiiid Hie demimonde .-luss are
too iniicii Innvidenci'nnd require some
i-eslrainl. Another and Iliol'fl vicious
class is also credited .villi heing in the
lieiglih.illlin.il. Therefore il. is tu he
hoped no time will he lost in sending
a really efficient officer to preserve
law and order, and iclieve the re-
spi'clul'le portion of the community
from lhe unpleasantness of lieing conscious that .such an untlcsiriihle element Is In fxlsiiuu'c lu iheir midst,
Slioillil Ihe allllnirilies nl.jcrl lo tills
new appointment, we would suggest
Ihc advisability of ihe government
officers nl Osoyoos helng moved In Full-
view, at which point lhey would he
niuch more In touch wiih ilu- district,
ns a whole than they are where now
locnled.
Ox nil sides lhe question is being
nsked. Whut nhiiiit. the railway? To
such questions we cnn only ul presenl. make llle one answer, viz., lhe
t'liiisl.ruclioii of llu- Crows Nest puss
has gone to the 0. P. It., all hough lhe
litnil iii-i'iingeiuents iu detail huve not-
yet linen closed, As to the section he
(.ween the Coluuililn antl lhe const, uud
what net ion I lle Dominion Govel iituciil
will take iu lhe matter of rendering
assistance to those wlm are now seek-
ing.lhe snine so fervently, there seems
In Ik* some doubt, The besl informed
however, seem lo think Ihnt F. A.
Ileinze will receive a substantial bonus
for that port Ion of lhe road between
the Culiiiiiliiu nml Pentictou, whilst for
the other seelion of the road helween
Penticton anti the consl, assistance
may he rendered lhe opposing company
the Victoria, Vancouver and Eastern.
Whatever is dune,.however, must be
can led into effect wil hilt the next few-
days, and therefore' we woiild'ciituisel
our renders to exercise a 111 tie put lence,
tittil no doubt in onr next weeks issue
we may he iu u position to speak
dellnitely upon lhe suhjecl.
I. 0. F. At Fairview.
A lodge'of the Independent Order of
Foreslcrs, wus established ul Fuirview,
ou tlie Kill, inst. Mr. A. II. Dickson un
old member of lhe order look an acl ive
pnrl in its I'm nialiini. nml so successful
was he Iu his wnrk unless than twenty
silt charter uieinhers were on the roll.
Tlle i'lci'1 loll of officers for positions in
the new-lodge resulted ns follows;-
I, W.Sliilfoi-il.'C. D.; Drs. While and
McLeod, Physicians; Thus. Muiu-er,
Ol It.; W. S. N. \\ ills, V. ('. . R,;
J. Melville, P. 0. It.; A, E. Mason, II ti.;
S, Soinerville, F. S.; IS, Dewur, Treasurer; F. French,'Chaplain; Thomas
ZJ'el L.S.W.: W. Dnlryinph*, J.W.;
G.Slelle.S, P.; D. A. Ciirinichncl, J. B.;
S. Mnngoll unil I). Btiwen, Trusleiis,
 lis	
Rich Veins.
Fur many yours past it has linen
known Ihul Immense veins of free
milling quartz existed at. lbe base of
Bald)' luiiuulain. or belween llieiuotiii-
inin an.l McKinney camp. To Ihese
ledges liltle or no nil enl Ion has heen
paiil tinlil recenlly, as ihe Idea seemed
loluivi tooled itself iu the minds of
pnispcclois ihnt lhey were entirely or
ileal ly barren veins of-quartz. Their
size nlsu mil Milled iigalnst llieir helng
|iu;l'l ill lent loll, US lo prospect. I Ilelil
I-.quired niuch lime antl a greater
nuiimnl of work Ihnn anyone cured to
In-slow upon Ihem. Circutusiuiici-s,
however, all ered lhe cuse, nud Die
gioiiiiil iu Hn* liniui'dliiluneighborhood
of lhe i-uiiip having heen In ken up, the
piiis|ieclnr ..us tlrt.eii In Ihc .scrutiny
iif Iheko big veins, and wiih itpparenl
success, as ii is repui-li'd develnpmi'iil
wotk thine upon some of Illi'ln hns
disclosed ure whit It carries a good gold
Willie, This helm; lit.- ruse, liiclillnns
nre now lieing liuide on sonic of lhe
veins. Tiineniiil win k may j el tleiiuiii.
slritle I lin I only on ihesurfiii-earelhese
big  botlies of qiniltz   t-oinpal-utiicly
hitrreu.
 ■     ► • 4	
Crows Nest Pass Road.
Following are lhe let-ins of agree.
Ill cn I to luiilil Hie (Irow's Nest Puss
railroad, entered inlo helween the
Dominion government.'twid the C.P.R.:
"In the first plncc Ihc Dominion will
give $11,11(1(1 per inile lo the Canailiiin
Pncilic for u roud frinn l.etlihciilge In
Nelson. For Ibis nmoiinl llicconipanv
niil give valuable concessions.   Fust
of ull it gives a large cut in rates on
special articles, ot which it. has handed
a list In tiie government. Take wheal
for instance; The cut in rules on lhat.
commodity will he lj cents pec bushel
next, year and 1-1 mure per pound the
year following, making il cents in all
per pound, On fruit going west there
will lie a cul of 83|f percent, On ngrl-
cultiiriil Implements there is a cut uf
10 per cent, in rales. The object, is to
make it easier for the farmers, There
will he reductions in rules, and Hie cul
rales will nmoiinl to nearly $7(10,110(1
annually, The government will have
conlrol of Ihis list of rales west of
Fort William.
"Again the conipiiny will give In tlle
government 50,000 acres out of its laud
grant of 250.0011 acres of coal lauds
awarded tut he BrilisliColiimhin Southern. This 60,001! acres will he selected
In small blocks, I lle government having
lhe first choice of u block uud the company tlie second choice, on Ihe checker
hoard plan, There will he nu monopoly
in coal lands. Besides this, Hie colli-
puny cnn mn sell coal forn higher price
I ban $2 per ton free on lllllilli the curs,
and at. no lime cuu il charge more:hull
76 cents per Ion prolit,
"It is iiiiiii*. siDi.il t hat ot hei* roads will
huve running puwers through the pass.
Work will he proceeded wilh nl mice."
The Banks Glutted With Honey.
Never before ill the history of lllis
Province has such nu abundance of
money been deposited ill llle chartered
banks uinl iii ilie Dominion govern-
nieiii savings' hanks us there is at
present. The banks are positively refusing to accept ninney on deposit
hearing interest, Such deposits as are
made with Ihem nre only for safekeeping nnd are placed in the banks
under certain cnudilions us to witli-
dm will. Everything now indicates
thai lliere islo be a lediieliou lu llle
rales of inleresi heretofore prevailing.
Iu this connection il is no secret, how.
evei, Hint several, largely Interested iu
milling propositions are pitying a very
high rule of inleresi for money on
t-ollnliit-al sectiriiy. This, says un exchange, is not regarded us tl liculthy
coudiiioit uf affairs and to some must
end in financial disaster,
 4 . 4	
Finds a Mystery.
.). ,1. liulferty, a milling expert, who
is said to represent Mr. Callahan of the
Galen Filt-in, is ut present in the Lake
Chelan disirici. examining a copper
eluiin on Bridge creek, nu which Mr.
CuHuhnn secured nn opt inn some weeks
ngo. Mr. Riifferly bus heen up in the
Okanagan country, and while ihere
visited anew mineral find on Marianne
creek, ahout. 15 miles above Oro. The
rock is mysterious, even to Mi-. Rafter! v. 11 represents decomposed lava
rock more Ihnn anything else, lull, is
plentifully sprinkled with free gold
The entire elulm, (100 by 1500 feet, is
repotted by Mr. Raffertv to be of lllis
character of mineral wherever the
surface hunch grass is removed. Il is
suid Mr, Itnlfertv took un option un
the property und put six men tit wurk
In sink prospeel. holes und determine,— j
Spokesman-Review,
 ► • 4	
Another Deal.
There is some possibility of llle
Winnipeg cluim iu Wellington cnmp
changing hands if It hns not already.
A shnrl lime ago a Mr. Harvey uud n
Mi. Bencher puid a visit lo the district
and during tlicit- slay here they became
thoroughlyiii-qmiiiited with lhe good
qualities uf llle Winnipeg claim, and
now having funned a company ate
desirous of making n purchase of llle
suine, Tlle claim adjoins the Golden
Crown in lhe same cuuip, and bus hnd
a considerable aniiuint. of work done
upon il in the shit) f shnfls'iintl open
surface crosscuts, The ore runs well
on un average, nnd in fact the claim
may la* said lo he a desirable one for
uny eniiipauy lo luke bold of, lit llie
flll-e of I he'fact Ihal railwny facilities may sunn be furnished Ihe disirici,
iis with a railway ore fioni Ibis clahn
coiilil lie shipped ul any lime.
 ►•-,	
THE KELOWNA
SHIPPERS HON
HANDLES ALL KINDS OF
PRODUCE
T
HE RE FORE,   dealers  in
hay, grain,   bacon,   fruits,
vegetables, etc. etc, would do
well  to address the secretary
on the question of prices.
Correspondence solicited
from parties in the Boundary
Creek district desirous of obtaining small fruits.
A. S. ATWOOD,
Sect., KHmviin.
KERR & FLOOD
^—BL'TCHKttS**——
MIDWAY,
GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS
Meat delivered al ltjek Creek and ull the
Mining Camus.
J. Kerr. J. P. Flood
a-' ---ki
DRUGS...
PATENT	
PERFUMES,
FEEDING BOTTLES,
TOILET SOAPS.
J. 11.
DRUOaiST,
MIDWAY    -    ■   B. C.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate  of   Improvements.
NOTICE
Wiakton Mineral Claim.
Situate in Camp McKinney. in the Osoyoos
Mining Division of Yale District,  Adjoining the Okanagan Mineral Claim.
TAKK NOTICK Mini r.Georgo M. licniictl,
free minors uertillvHto No. 7?:tMi, acting
nangeiil foi' ilu' ('<uii|> McKiuney Development
Company. Limited Liability,froo minors Certificate Xn. Wl_, inii'iiil,sixlv (lays from lh"
Onto hereof, to apply to ihc Mining fteuontor
fora eerlilleaie uf Improvement/) for tho pur-
pond of obtaining a Crown grant nf ilio'iliovo
claim,
And further lake notice Uml ^m. uniler
section 87i muni he commenced (Mure llic
issuance uf such oorliHcnto of improvement*.
S. A. MUIR k
(Successors to It. X. Taylor)
Chemists and Druggists
Vernon, B. C.
Keep u FirHt-l'liiaastiieknl
Drugs, Chemicals,
Patent Medicines
and Toilet Articles
Attention
DIRECT FROH
1
COPP BROS' FACTORY I
-   ■   HAHILTON, ONT.   .   -
1 offer a nice line of Cooking Stoves at Cash
Prices that will astonish those who have been buying sucii g :ods from exclusively hardware dealers.
4 J. flcNICOL, MIDWAY. |
I-* I/
v *???-?-?:*?-?*t*???*?t-*rtt«?tj*j??4*t
('liea|i.
ipplyio
FOR SALE
Twu |<i
Quid
ill  wiiktlo ImraeM
A. INSWIIKTII,
Druggist, Miiiway
CERTIFICATE OF THE REGISTRATION
-OF A-
roBBioN   ooM:i*.AJsrir.
"Companies' Act," Part IV, and Amending
Acts.
Highland Queen Consolidated Mining Company
(Foreign.)
HKOIHTHtK!) 1st Day ov Mav, 1887.
T HEREBY CKIITIKY lhat I have thin day
I registered llie "Highland Queen ConBOtl*
dated Mining ContpflllJ'' (Foreign*, under lhe
"Companies Ael.'Part IV, " llegistralion of
Fiireign Companies." ami amending Aels.
The head office of the said Company is situated at the City of .Spokane. Hl'ite of Washington, U.S. A.
The objeets for which the Company is cstah-
lis.led are:
1st. To purchase, locate, own, and operate
mines and mining claims, mid to sell the same,
and generally to carry on the husincss of mining iu the Slate uf Washington and in tlie
Province of British Columbia.
2nd. To locate, purchase, own.opernle, aud
sell waler rights In the State of Washington
and (lie Province of British Columbia,
3rd, To purelut.se, const met, build and
operate quorly. mill1*', concentrators, smo tern
and any other machinery or contrivance for
tho purposo of mining or tho reduction of ores
in the places aforesaid.
•ith. To burrow money for tlie purpose of
said corporation upon bonds, nolo*, bills, acceptances, or otherwise, at such rat e of inleiesl,
and upon such terms ns the trustees of Ihe Corporation -.lnill dcom besl for the interests of
llic said corporation,, and to secure llie payment of Ilur snme by mortgage upon the properly ut Ihe Company, ov otherwise as the
Board of Trustees mny determine.
Tlio capita' sloel; oi the said Company is one
million dollnrs, divided inlo one million shares
of I In? par value of one dollar well,
Given under my baud and seal of olllee at
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this
Isl day of May, 1807.
ft,, n.l S. V. WOOTTON,
Kcgislrar of Joint. Stock Companies
ABOUT SHOES...
■See llial. Iliiri Klauip Ih du llie
bottom inil you will be
Mire lo ia. u guod arllele.
To get the most value out of your
mines or to be the most successful ia pros-,
pecting, you need the best tools and outfits
to be had. We have our Shoes Made
for Prospectors and
They will make your outfit
^Sgjjijgg^ Expressly
Miners.
better, they being the best, and will not-
cost you any more than eastern goods made by people who
do not understand your requirements. We have all sizes and
kinds.
0. B. & P. B. NELSON
NELSON, WASH.
MAIL ORDERS.
riiHTiiKt'-itii: mix HI.
W. OALRYMPLE
Gouei>nl     BlncltBiillth
FAIRVIEW, ti. 0,
All  Kinds of Repairing.   Horseshoeing a
Specialty.
HALF WAY
YALE
,•",1-.
mm,
DISTRICT.
J>N'
NOTICK   IS HKItKUY GIVEN thai   the
following definition of tlio Keith; Biver
Mining Division is substituted fur ibe description of Iho said division hitherto 111 force :—
KETTLE HIVBK MINING DIVISION.
Commencing at a point on the International
llouudary, being the soiilbeaslerii corner of
township 70, Osoyoos District; thenco northerly
following llie westerly bouniliiryof the Grand
Forks Mining Ilivision toltslntorsoctioii wilh
the south boundary of Vernon Mining Division ;
thence west along lhe said boundary to the
lllltli degree of wesl longliludc; thonco due
south to tho International Boundaryi thonco
easl to the point of commencement.
Nol Ice is hereby given thai t he land coinjirised
within tho undermentioned boundaries is
created a Mining Division, under the style of
lhe (irand Korku Mining Division,
OltAND KOUKN MINING DIVISION.
Commencing at a point on tho International
Boundary, being Die smith easterly corner of
Township 70,OsoyooBDistrict; thence northerly
—■ following the height of lund foriuinglho water*
  ! nhed between Ibe No'th Fork of Ketlle Biver
_    ,   -      ,    ,, , «, and Boundary Creok and Kottlo Itivor, to iis
RflSl    HPailfk   LlflllflPS   anil     IMPS  Interseellou with Ihe south boundary of the
DUtMi   Dlffllua   Uiquuia   aim Ulgaro vornon Mining Division t thonoo oaBittW the
said boundary to the western boundary of llie
-**********-*********-*---■ Wesl  Kootenay District; thonco   southerly.
following said boundary lo the IntornaMonal
G-fl-nrirn  Kdu-iii'dH - - Pronrlotor  " lllarl': thence west, following lho Inlor-
uioiHc  r.uwaniM        rroprmmr |mtlll|m|ilnmil|ll1.v ,„„„, ,)1)im llf r ]mm..
moot. By command.
JAMKSlMKKtt.
Provincial Secretary und Minister Mines.
Provincial Secielarys olllee,
Und May, l«(7.
TJ±.ttI_XZ
Showing the Dates and Places of Courts of
Assize, Nisi Prlus, Oyer and Terminer and
General Gaol Delivery tor the Year 1897.
BlUtING ASSIZES.
N'aiiaiino Tuesday, 4th May
Now West minster Tuesday, lllh May
Vancouver Tuesday, ISlh May
Vieloria Tuesdny, 26th May
Clinton Monday, ;ilsi May
Kamloops Monday, 7th Jltllfl
Vernon  Moi.duy, 1 It li .1 une
•Nelson 1....Monday, 2ls| ,1 une
'Donald Monday 28th June
'Special Assize,
KAl.l. AHSIKES.
Clinton Thursday,2Hrd Sopl-omhcr
Biehtield Monday, 27lh September
Kamloops Monday, Itli Ootobor
hytton Friday. 81 ti < Iclobor
Vernon Alonday, lllh October
New Westminster,. . .Tuesday, 2nd November
Vancouver Monday, Hth November
Victoria Tuosday, hit h November
Nanaimo Tuesday, 2.1rd November
Penticton Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
PACK
HORSES
AND                               FURNISHED
GUIDES                    HUNTING PARTIES
G0URLAY AND JONES, PROPS.
Practical House and Carriage
PAINTING
Paper Hanging, Graining and Sign Painting. Also Kafsomining
and all kinds of Decorative Work executed by
E. Nash - - Midway and Greenwood City.
KETTLE RIVER
j
V.HOTWEKN^'
Marcus and Boundary Creek Points
-STAGE STATION AMI-
GOOD HOTEL ACCOMMODATION
li.  Kin'ICS, Prop.
(iiinil Ai'i'iniiiiiiitltilitiii,
Besl l,ii|iii>i-s nnil Oigiira.
Kimt-Cliiss Sliililiiii*,
ARMSTRONG
Have You a Cough
B. C.
or   Cold?
POK
SALE.    PltlCE $3.00.
. I-:. I'lTTKNIIltlOH, Rook Chi-.kk.
Commercial Job Printing.
'Till:; ADVANCE.'
COUNTY COURT NOTICE.
Sittings til lho Count)- I'oui-t of Vnlo will bo
bullion iih fnlluivn:
At Mlil.iuj. 1111 ,'llKt.lnlj, 1N1I7, nml
Al Ilm.nl Korku, on 2nd August, I Nil"
At lho imur nl 10 n'liinok In tlio foronoon,
r-mpootivol)-, Hy oiiiiiiiiiiiiil,
IV. «. JloJIYMN,
Govornmont Ollloo. Mlilivoy,       XI, II. u. (
Muroli 21, lill*.
j. w. i-^b;rd,
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C.
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty
All Work Wiiri-nnli'il.      olt-'llll
&sS^--'
Notice to Joint Stock Companies.
THK following seelion, unmoored nil.of tbe
"Compmitoa' Act, 181)7," relative to Ibe
liauoofu trov 'niner's oorUfloato is published
for tlio iiiformiitioii of Joint Stock Companika
JAMKS HAKKIt,
Miiiisler of MIiich.
I'rovlncinlSiicrcliii'V's Olllee,
llth Mny, 1HIIT.
Illl.   NolwithsliiiidiiiK iinylhiiiK lo Die c
Irary in section 4 of Ihc "Mincml Acl. ISSHI,'
secllon) of the " I'lucer Mining Act, Ml,1
elsewhere In lhe snid nets or other the mining
luvvHof the provinco. no free minor'scoftlflcatc
shull be Issued ton Joint Hlock Compiiny fnr 11
longer period Ibnii uno yem-. .uul atioh ceriitl<
onto shall dut' from the lllltli day of June in
fiacb year; anil every free miner's cerlillciile
hold by it Joint stock Company ai thr pa^inir
of thh'aci -hull be valid and existing until nnil
shall expire 011  Hie.Kith day  of J ,  l&W,
I 1 iiii|ih in;;- lo renew any such cerl Ifloalc 011
or bul oro tlieilllth day nf J , the Joinl Slock
Company -bull bent it led to a rebate of n pro-
IHirtiunale nmoiinl "T tbe fee paid for n cerlill-
cnlc hcecliifoie IkhiinI iiei'ordiiiK to lbe furlher
lime for which il would but for tin's seetlun
have been valid,
NOTICE.
SITTINGS of the I-looiiHJIW Court for lhe
southern porlion nf tlio Osoyoos Ilivision
Of Vnlo District will be holden at Osovoos and
Midway on Tuesday, Juno loth, IM7, lit eleven
o'clock In llio forenoon,
ISd.l ('. A. !!. LAMH1A. S. M,
Government Olllco, Osoyoon, Mny 12,1807.
NOTICE,
N"
OTICK WHKItKHY GIVWN lhat wilh
tho written consent of Bliaroboldo .
representing two-thirds of thoottpltftl stock of
The lliillion Mining mid Milllieg t'onipnny
(Uinltcd l.iiiliililyi, lhe head otllce of said company will be removed from Greenwood, in the
District of Vale, to Midway, in the said
llislricl, on the Ulsl day of June nexl, III accordance with seelion ti of lho "Companies'
Act, MM."
Greenwood, fl. ('„ May 8th. 18!.".
J. C. HAAS,        KANtiOUMI STUART
President. Secretary.
GREENWOOD
CITY^-
Is Ui|.(!|.|itnilTinvii uinl Supply Mniiil.if tlmBniiliiliii-v
Cict'k Mining Oitiil(i*, Fi-iini this Now TtiH-ii i-nnds
lend tn llic
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Lois tire Selling Freely nnil ti    n (Itintl Itivi'stnii'iit,
Foi' Price «f Lota nnd Other [iiforujiitlnn, Addreiw
ROBERT   WOOD,
(li-i'(.|i,vnti(l City, lliiiintl-.i-y Oiwk, H. 0,
Or Apply in Agents,
C. F. Costi-irton, Vernon, B. C,
The Golden Gate Hotel
FAIRVIEW, B, <V,
T. Ellio-fc    -   -  -   Proprietor.
OOOD ACCOMMODATION,  GOOll STABLING.
Stopping Place for Stages to and from Penticton and Oro, Wash. Vm,, VII, Nn, 7.
SUPPLEMENT TO TIIK ADVANCE,
Miiiway, B.C., June M, 1KII7.
Iron Pyrites.
Iron pyrites is a sulphide of Iron cnn-
talning 40.07 per cent, iron iind 68,83
sulphur. Oopper pyrites youciuicutoi'
Hi'i-nirli with a knife, Imi imt so with
iron pyriles, Pyriles afford ihe greater
purl of sulphate of iron (greeli vitriol
copperas), tilso snlphurio acid (ml of
vitriol), iilstisiilpliiiriinil tiliun. Owing
lo its tendency to oxldntion and com-
iimn illsiriliitilnii in the rocks, it is one
nf tit.' chief sources of their disintegration, it is u hnd element, therefore in
liiiildiiiir stone, The common "Hunt"
or rusty hotieyeouilied gtiBsnn or
hlossotn on the outcrop nf lutueriil
veins is derived frtitn tlie nxldiil ion of
ihis pyrin*, which will eventually he
found deeper down in its uiioxldized
state. II it contains gold the gold will
In* found free in this oxidized material,
whilsl with depth ii will he found
Intimately enveloped nnd contained in
the uiioxldized pyrile. Marcasite or
white Iron pyrites Is a variety .>f ii-.in
pyrile. It is like pyrile in composition
Imt. oi-lhorhtitnlc in cryscalllne shape
iind n Utile paler In color Ihtui ui-diuai'V
Iron pyrite. Pyrrhnllle in- iiuiguetlc
pyrites is another Iron sulphide, Its
crystallization Is hexagonal in lahulai-
six-sided prisms, also massive its culm
i.s hetween hronze yellow and copper
red; sti-cnk, greyish lilnck. Its li-ss
hardness nud luagueltc quality ill
linguistics il from iron pyrite and
its pale color from copper pyrik*. li is
often a valiialile ore of nickel coiilaln-
ingli in 5 per cent, of this metal,—Prof.
Arthur Lakes.
 4 . 4	
Then and Now.
A uiup iif the western pint inn nf tin-
United Slnles, designed In slum- Ihe
mineral helt, would twenty years ago,
says the liiilish Columbia Mining
Critic, have shown Washington and
the adjoining section of British Coluni-
tiia as a Iiiiiiik. There might have lieen
a few spots, such ,-is llic Swank, Ruhv
and Sultan placers and Ilm Peshnstin
mines in Washington, and the Cariboo,
Hock Creek and Wild Horse placers in
British Coluuililn; hul otherwise this
whole brood stretch of country would
hit vn heen regarded as harren, -so far as
mineral was concerned, During those
twenty years the people in ihe Pacific
Northwest have nei-ti occupied lilting
in thai blank. They have not worked
continuously; I'm- many circumstances
have until late years diverted Ihere at-
ti-iilion; hut fur eight years past, they
It.ive gradually centered their energies
more aud mot-eon mining, until it, is
now their one absorbing interest, to
Which every other takes siihni-diuute
place. They have proved whut has
been repeatedly denied, t hai theiniiieriil
belt, extends I hVuugh I be .. hole hi emit li
of Washington nnd Brilish Columbia,
nud discovery bus been continually
pushed northward through Alaska to
the coiilines of the frozen ocean. Ilis
now an eslalilisbed fact, which the inns',
pessimistic sceptic eaiinol gainsay,thai
the backbone of the Aliterict.u continent, from lite Artie Ocean IoTerm del
Fuego, with all its ailis and spurs, hns
mineral for its mill-row, This mineral
is nl every kind, preeiollsand base, unit
in ever.- combination, and it only
awaits lite application of man's gen,us
and industry to In- turned to his uses.
THIS  AND  THAT.
Alaska is a county of nxlremes,
whichever way one lakes il. If speaking of climate! we cnn truthfully say
tlnil even at the Arctic circle, in tit"
SUUIIIiei', our  Wild   ruses are sweeter,
more delicately tinted, In greater profusion; and larger than anywhere else
in America. And we might add llial
tlie mnsipiltos are larger and more
niiini-iiius, Wild llowers are III ttbliii-
dance, anil a vertical, laii-ning sun will
remind one of the rule froui Cairo to
the I'yrnmid... Our mineral hell is so
exlenslvetliat.il has been recognized
the world o er by those who make il
their business to keep Informed on
these inn 11 crs, A glance at Ihe men
developing nur claims will disclose a
cm urns and Interesting sight. We
shall llml'be man with a grubstake
woi-king alongsideof a coiiinanv backed
liy millions, ami asking odds nl' no nne.
The most palatini sleinner on the Pn-
eillc const will shortlyciiiss GastlnetieX
chaillli'l side by side' wilh llle ilnliall
dugouts, The boys who eiltdl small
llsh from llle dock are not surprised lo
see a Niwasliciinie in I'roin lliebny Willi
a halibut weighing 175 pounds'. The
latly in her liiiliii'innde gown shops nl
ibe snme establishment as does lhe
Indian woman wrapped in hei- gaudy
liliiitkels.   Opon the air is wafted the
liscorilnnl. strains of 11 set chy fiddle
md the matchless melody ofa Btradl-
various, Our ears are accustomed to
htatstpic, goiid-niilureil. iingl-aiiiiuaticiil
greetings,und reminiscences of other
days are recalled when repartee provokes a syllepsis. In the unfamiliar
atmosphere, and lllllfd the perplexities
of mundane affairs, cultured tones ami
kindly welcomes arouse, fond memories
.vliich are "lulled in the countless
chambers of the drain." Truly lhe
characteristics of Alaska's people keep
pace with the pecullai-lllesof Nature,—
Alaska Miner.
Pyriles, which are so plentiful in
inany parts of Canada, .-lie likely to be
more extensively used in the future
i linn tlu-y have heen in the past in niaiiu-
I'ai tilling sulphuric acid. A combination ttftiiiue owners in Italy has raised
the price of sulphur some nil per eenl.
so that ils use is no longer economical.
Deposits of sulphur, also as well as of
pyrites, tm likely lo assume greater
value, and will therefore demand more
itttetitlun from now on. The output,
of pyrites in Ihe United .Stales last
year'was 12tl,80J Ions valued at the
mines at $H2tl,lll!l. The pyrites Imported by this country for the manufacture
if sulphuric acid amounted to inu.(i7S
long tons of lhe value of $1,1-111,1**71.
There is ennugli sulphuric acid going
to waste from the smelter shirks of
lllis section lo supply lbe whole world,
and yet it is all shipped into this country from outside points, —Wesleru
Mining World.
If ii is it-iii* lhat llic experiments
matte l>y Mr. .Maxim in his laboratory
at Wayne, Me., have resulted as is
claimed, a new sled for armor-plating
cnn be made to resist any projectile
now knoun, even when thrown hv lbe
highest explosives, and when the plating is thinner than that now employed.
Jlr. Maxim believes llle steel uinile hy
his new process indeiitical witli that of
ancient India. It lias been staled that
lhe brothers Maxim are lilting up a
manufactory in London for the coin-
ineri-'al production of litis inel.nl, frum
which chisels and drills have alrendv
deen made which Ihe must celebrated
steel manufacturers of Loudon have
pronounced "the most wonderful
prndiirl of modern times. They have
been found to stand wonderful tests.
AMiniill knife blade, made from the
.Maxim steel possesses the wonderful
power of culling glass .villi as much
ease as if lhe glass were chalk."
The powerful chemical effects of the
sun are felt even hy precious slimes.
Tiie ruby, sapphire and emerald suffer
less than nther colored slom-s in this
respect, but it has been shown by experiment I hat a ruby lying in a shop
window fm- two years became much
lighter in Iinl than its unite kepi iu a
dark place during that pet-ion. Garnets ami topazes are more easily
affected, Pearls nre snid lo show deterioration wilh age, but if they are
not worn constant iv ibey will recuperate wonderfully during brief vacations
spent in quiet nnd darkness, The only
species of bad luck which the practical
person believes the opal will bring ils
owner is thai of loss if tin* slime is
exposed carelessly lo Ileal., Tl is liable
tn crock, beingVouiposed of principally
of silicic acid, with a small pioportloil
of witter.
A CARD.
THE BOUNDARY FALLS HOTEL
lltll-Nll.MIV K.U.l.s n, (-,,
T2it.:r,T-l   OlxcixXQ-od   XXa.aa4H.m.
Under the new management, many
renovations will be effected, tending lo
the comfort and convenience of guests.
Meals will be served al, all hours, the
tallies being furnished with the best
the country affords. A great variety
of the best brands of goods will he
found at, the liar.
From its central position on Boundary ereek, the lintel is closely in ttiui-h
wilh the surrounding camps.
To deserve puhlic patronage will he
the chief -lim of
Yours respectfully,
THOS. WAKE.
Proprietor,
L. 1II.UK. A. FlSllltll, ... li. TII.I.MAN.
BOUNDARY CREEK
lining
COMPANY.
Mills and Yards in
GREENWOOD CITY
-   AND   -
ANACONDA, B. C.
Rough and Dressed Lumlier, Lath,
Mouldings, Sash and Doors, Pine and
Cedar Shingles. A Large and Complete Slock on Hand.
800 PACIFIC MIL
The Cheapest .
Quickest and
Shortest Route
0
C. F. COSTERTON
VERNON, 11. C,
General Real Estate & Financial Age.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
A.Bt&aati  JPox-v-w-
TllE RllYAI, INSURANCE COV,
The London ami Lancashire Kirk
Insurance Coy.
The iNstnuNOE Coy, tu-' North
Amerioa,
Thk London and Canadian Fire
Insdrance Coy,
Till-: SUN l.ii-'i-: ASBURANGB Ciiy us
Oanada,
The Diimixkii' Hi'ii.niNti and Loan
Association,
Appraiser for tiii-i Canada Permanent Loan and Savings Ooy,
STABLES
SADDLE • HORSES
-FOR-
Single and Double Drivers. Pack
Horses, if Needed, Heavy
Teaming in Town op
District.
Burtak Bros,, Props,
MIIIWAY, 11. C
Toronto, Montreal, Halifax,     \ttx? ii*tttt^ii&
Boston, New York and
All Eastern, European,
and Pacilic Coast Points.
STR. ABERDEEN Jf»vo"Po»-
ticlon ovory
Tuesday, Thursday aud Saturday, making connections with trains nl Okanagan Landingfor
Sicamous Junction to join main lino trains
oast and wosti
Through 'rickets to nml from the Pacific Conn
in Eastorn nml European Points,
Equipment unsurpassed, combining palatial
dining and sleeping cars, luxurious day coaches,
tourist and free oolonist sleeping cars run on
all trains.
For information ns tu time, rates, oto., apply tu
H. S. Scad-deng,
Agent, Ponticton.
Oi-t i)        Geo tVQc-L. Rrown,
Dlst. PasB'r Agent, Vancouver.
H. WRIGHT
1 and Shoe Maker
Anaoonda, B. G.
Repairing Neatly and PrompUyDone
Orilci-s liy sIiiku ilrlol ly tittondo' In. Ailili-oss
Anncandp. Moronntllo Co'a Store.
Should carefully consider
the cost of material, and
by figuring, find out that
lall kinds of
Hough -:- and Dressed:-: Lumber,
Shingles, ■ Laths, - Etc.,
can be purchased at the
Grand Forks Sawmill,
CHEAPER THAN
ANYWHERE ELSE.
-♦♦♦♦
1 -xxi-xxx<r,X'X' ■xtr,-x.-x-Xt&*x-v.~x-xx*l
1 $1 FIREWOOD $1 1
^*mmm*M        U
1 1
l«"/**»xx'xxX'X<kx<r.'Xtf.'XX<x-  «i
per load.        U
G. K. Simpson, Prop.
DOCK CREEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH OK HOCK CltKKK.
XX.   n-tifcoxi.ca.x-is'li.,   TMCera*.
Kihht-puhh Accommodation poh Gi bbts,
GOOD STABLING
ITExoolloiil l-'l.-lilni! tin Kottlo Rlvor,JBt SUPPLEMENT TO THE ADVANUE,
Japan's New Standard.
li Is stilted thnl Japan's change in
imlil tiiontiuietiilllsiii Isdlcltiled i-ln-illv
u priet' in.-iv tu- ,*x|	
apprt't'liite largely within tlm w-xi few   _\Si%\
yeut-B.   Her financiers would  priihahly
ili-i-liiii- in reckon tlie elinm-es nf precisely the opposite contingency,  lhey
ii'o I'tilly seitslhle uftlio area   tidviin-   sV*ii
SffiS
8k
Vm.. VII, No, 7.
MINERS ANI1 OEOLOOY.
The Former ore Beginning lo Place
Mure Reliance on the Latter.
Koine forcihlu statements regarding
lhe relations of geology In mining were
recently intiiln in n led lire delivered hy
Reginald Murray, who for thirty years
mn.  n   goViM-l hi   geologist   In llic
mines department, of Vli'tni'lil,
Mr, Miu-rity referred I.i lhe fact thai
Inil a few years ngo Un* genlnglst wns
mil in I'm nt- with tin. miner, lull I Inn
lhe feeling wns very much changed,
'i'liis Is evident in nil persons i-onuecled
with tlm milling Industry, hut ina feel-
in;; nK'ninsI Ihegi'iiluglst is nut entirely I ""-- ''"""-' to guard llleniselves Hgalusl
erntliciiled among ininers,even If Iheiu the npiviird swing of the silver penis n ureal change fnr the hei ter, As duliiiii, Iu short they have Iieeu innde
Mr. Murray salds rich l.y sllvei tlmt cheapened steadily
"The geologist collects his fads from M" tmuis of gold, and nnw, thinking
llle mliier, and, from his more extended I''"" the Occident inclines towards lii-
rangti of olisei'valion, In- is enuhled In inetalllsni, they want. In ho made richer
reasnn with greater accuracy iban lhe I '■>' g"hl thai cheapens In terins ni'sil*
miner with a uiore Jlintlted experience vel'- '' has heeu suiil Ihal Japan islhe
can hope in, however intelligent he pet ehlltloffortune, [flhisnewexperl-
inny In-." ' inenl   succeeds,  who can   tinny   her
When  Ihis is  teinenihei'i'd  il   nm rilfhl to the title?
.Miiiway, ll,('„ June II, 1807,
m
ml
Luges that llieir coitnlry's industry a ml
comnierce litiv-ederived fl-nin Iheetn-
ployuieul nl'.-i currency cnnstiintly depreciating in terms of Ihe cnrreiicyuf
tin- markets where lhey sell tlieu nnu
iiinditii's. Ilm they think Hint, lhey
have drunk In lin- depths of thnl Weil
uf prosperity, nml that lin- time hits
B   The trade centre of the Grand &
ffl Prairie,    Kettle   river    and ffl
ffi Boundary creek mining and ffl
i% agricultural country. ffl
)2gj3     5»p
leudily lm saen that tne miner mull
geologist can mutually trust nnd assist
tine milliner.   In support of tins Alt.
Murray said:  "Every  greal   minm
Held presents ils nun peculiar I'miim
sh
l-e;
III.
B   Situated at the junction of ffl
ffl the Boundary creek, Marcus |p
O'Qrady to ihc Rescue.
Wil It one exeepl imi I In- congregation
thnt   lillnl   lh..  Ilev,   Ml-, .inlnisimi's
The miner uecus aim ilia Silurian ,'1"1"'1' "w Afl'U'u" lll'""''"l'-'i-  Nl»'| fft'n   rpCiPrvn 7iCi fl  ITn'riPs**,
slnles nnd smidslones nl' nne tnlnlilg was lhat single exception evenugnnd ilVV   i COC* va^iUli tlixi.'.v^o
'   i lines nni ai Ihsi think much of stiff i-ihhedMellindlsl like the hundreds __t?l
 :,-       .: „ .i. . I ..i- it....,...;.,,i„,...i,... ,i... nn...i 11,...„.,.,. TzAfi-
ffl and Reservation wagon roads, ffl
H Nearest point to the Colville ||j
l-ifei-ous qiiulily nl' ilm recent | "f <f.-cii-jni.-i darkies llml tilled tlle pews
voli-.-iiiiri-iieks nl' u'millier region, wlin-li  nhniii him iliuiug this innsl iinpot-i .tin i fik/J ^__ , _      -._„,-.        . ~,     — _> .  _    ftesV,
r7«\ },j**   Q««rt»\di.,   Ai-ivaliueetiugofthtaweek    In fact, \ffl LOTS AS    GOOD      AS     GOLDsM
knowledge til tln-cl eiilaryprinciples he .uisii tin,. Roman Oalholic nml Ins   S%IS "v * "" SJiiia
•■• ' ....:,..-                . I  i, :..ivn      «J&! - JS'J
iif geology cannot fail to he of greul name was Dennis O'CJi-ndy. It was tlle
si'i'Viei' to everyone engaged in tiiinhig,: Irisliinau's lirst experii'iu-e withcnlored
This dues nol Imply thnt he shuuld he Pruleslnnts sn In- chosen couspicous
fiilllllur with a lolof iiiipi'iinoiuicenlili. ,-seni in 111'- front row nl Un- gallery
flf p CJTTTART . . . ACFNT ml
R
Fnr prices anil -ill nthorinfoi'iuation upply In
I llllll I 111 III**     III KM'I      1*, ll'l'l]     I I [I'M .-i.i      in.     i nn.      i'i,.- ■. .1     "I ii-  '""< V^ — — ' infllTS
&s:si,:,h:,;:£ ftztffia m      CARS0N'(,i:ANI) PI™aa      m
±1,;:.;;;.^
Many „Lr, I ilnLiAil   gnu    U     The Vruche,   „-,se,  n,„l 'a    ^Ift^K^^^ig^^?!!^^^^
xperii-ncetl  in   priu-tieiil  work   heavy sileticu tell up 1 sseinhled   W-^-^-t-^^-J*'**''^*-^^
ricks have heen foi-tued, .Ji.- iin-ious Ihiislhe inoie readily pick up llict
openili
ieiil.gr
relul
ollli-l
and   expern-ocetl   in   |
entertain most crude ideas ns In ihe| throng,
operating causes nl' ihe phenomena
which they encounter. Pin- instance,
lhey often asci-ihe ii> violent action a
physical structure which is simply ilu,-
I., denudation."
Such iissotupl ions are sn misleading
lie chose his text nud sailed |
(iiimltii'.ss how In* argued, how he
pleaded, that tin. poor wayward sinner
might turn IV  his paths of evil nml
he saved! "Bewar' il" tiny oh jedg-
tii'.nl I" lm cried in earnest warning.
"Dar's gwiue m lm a gran clennin oul I
ism imu i-rinlly nll'.-i-i llie success of a Wc's nil ngwhie In In- divided Into
uiining venture, Therefore the oplultni sheep onde nm- linn mi goals node
nl' a, nmn .villi some knowledge nf odder haul" Then he paused I'm- n
geology Is essential, if the loini'is want, stronger   elfort.    "Now"   In-    cried,
iiiiiii' eerl.-tinly ill their work limn is "who's a-gwino  I" l«- de al p  anil
pussilile when unly luck is depended | who's a-gwlne to he de Hunts?"
■ti
l-low to litiild up Your Town.
If ynu want In luiilil up Ilm town in
which you dn huisness, neverdispnruge
it in ui hers; never speuk in lenns of
ridicule nf your custlimers,: feel a pet-
siiniil inleresi in the iidiniiiislrnlEoti of
ils puhlic affairs as you wuuld in conducting your own liusiness. |i is n
duly liniiii man owes In liis family ns
well ns society in lake pnrl in ihe puhlic iuipi'nvelni'Ots   III'his   Itnvtl, tn inll-
Irihttl.e lllientlly to nil e rprisesof n
puhlicchiu-iieler, In assist sofurnshe
is iil.li' iii liidlding schools, churches
.nnl all other inslitiitlons ilmi give
There wus no sound.
"I snV -whn's n-gwine tn he de sheep
I .-in wlto's n-gwhietti liedegoats? tlm?1
Isiill ihe silence conllnued, ami Brer
Johnsing was 'lecoming excited,
"Fo'de las' linn'I uxes yer—who's
n-gwlne lo he do sheep nnd who's a-
gwine in hn de gouts? Hm?"
A moment nf n.vfttl stispeuse, nnd
then O'tit-ndv ruse in his real, "Waal,
thin.' liei-alied nnl.'-Oi'll lie lhe goats.
What's (lle answer?"—-Boston Budget,
THE FASHION
FEED - LIVEfiy - |P - 5/AEL - SJ-ftBLES
GREENWOOD CITY.
Always on hand Good Single and  Double Drivers,  Ladies'
and Gentlemen's Gentle Saddle Horses.   Pack
I lorses for Hire.
Heavy Teaming at Reasonable Rates,
HALF WAI HOUSE
reputation for culture and puhlic spirit  ---r~.*-r>*-r>r  ■*-*•   i-itittt.
'"slow,..   TheslwekeeperlsgeW  KETTLE   RIVER
lu lit
ally Un- representative luistimss mnu
of the lown anil people generally look
In him mn, i niy I'm- valiialile suggestions l.ut fin-nn example mul in what-
ev"i- he does he finds many imitators,
If Iiu dresses his wife well, other citizen, dress their wives well hecnuse it
seems tlm proper tiling tn do, If in-
I ikes  pride  iu   earring it   Ilm-.  I'n-.-l
*>-, "jf"-.
^ H
UllEENWOOD CAMP, BOUNDARY CREEK, 11. P.
flood Accommodation for Travelers.   First-class Meals Served
Good Livery Stable in Connection.
FRED GRAF, PROP.
■*tT.-.T»7'rfv---Ti«»r-r-***.'7i;'- ~. -V-VM-i. zi:*.fti.'f ;■<'- fti
larw and Boundary Crook Points flQyal   Hotel,   H   FOPkS,
-STAGE STATION' AND-
S ilf^ids'amH^,: iT'ZtS3SiJ HOTEL ACCOMMODATION
an   ullraclive  niil lilinu,   it   helps Ini 	
B, C,
hiiild tip tin- im. ti. People enine front
,i.|j ilulttg Inn lis nml nelglllinrilttodH In
Ira.le wilh liini mid In dlspitse nf Iheir
producls. All tiiiirkcl facilities hulk]
up n lown, We like tn go hm t'epi'i*.
snntnl ive village mid sn. ihe luaded
wagons i-oiiie rolling in with wheal,
corn, potatoes, fruits and olher products which th
dlspnseof,   It la
hilhilillils nml  keep- III. ill  lillsilv nm
plnyt'd, A cluster of wlde-awiikecuun-
try inerchiilils nm sunn luiilil iipaltiwn
in aluiosl nnv ferlllo weslern Ini-iiHiv,
They nm only nllrnel iriule hut lhey
alt rucl riipllnl, nnd llnil capilul attrncls
more capital, tlm value nf renl esltite
advances, buildings go up, puhlic Im-
prnveinanis are pliiiiui'd iiiid carried
mu ami in t few years tha surroiindhig
country heenuies thickly settled.
Best Brands Liquors and Cigars
Georgo Kiiwarils - - Propi'Iotor
=:S= ARMSTBiO ITEL.
11.  K EYES, Prop,
i,uml Accotiiuiodiitlon,
Besl. Liquors and Cigars.
Fli-sUC'lass Stahllng,
ARMSTRONG  B. C.
Have You a Coug'h or   Cold?
1. I'. i-<>i.(;i*:u, PROPBIBTOB.
3?fi"o OIs.ira.ess© SS©lp>
Finest brands of Wines. Liquors and Cigars.   Livery and Feed
Stable in Connection.  Saddle Horses a Specialty.
Srand Prairie Hotel
• CAIINON,  lil-lTU'l   ItlVl-lll.   II.  I'.
Situate in tbo Immediate Vicinity of tlio Boundary Creek Mines,
First-class accommodation for the Traveling Public.  Stage Linos
to Midway and Marcus, Wash. Blacksmith shop in connection,
McLaren bros.      ....      proprietors LOCAL AXI1 DISTRICT.        '<liminiife coi-hei-.ln.nnTiol the hendsof
; tin-Ki-ttle river »i| lhe ii'sei-vnlioii, n
short ilislmin.  fruln   town.   Quite  a
(Irntiil   Porks   will   have a  m-sii-iy Iiuliohrflof residents nf Ihe neighlioi-
Older office before the 1st »f July, "1""11 VVI'1" I"'-"''"'.""1' Il"7'' »™«   \"
j the parents nnd friendfl nl Ihc children.
Mr. George V. Hose, M. A. hns taken : made quite u coneourseof people, All
up Texas Point, Christina Lake, as n Long of grnuiesof course were indulged
preemption. Iiu. nnd the provision of refreshments
Doctors Whit* and Mel 1 hnvc for 7_>". -:'11''" '" ll"' ' f  Midway
the tinn- helng enlered into a  partner:! I1"'";" '•."I unnn-cs-ary tu suy pl.-ni y "I
ship nt Pairview. i t-"""1' !"'** w"'v V'"V'M-   ™" ''">'
heing Hue unite an enjovahle tiuiewas
J. P. McLeod, barrister, w.-nl nmlli; imd, the gathering dispersed about 7
Thursday to #uttend;the Billing uf the o'eliu-k iu the evening.
Assizecuurt iit Vernon; ,.,    .
GREENWOOD CITY MEBCANTILECO.
UREEN'WOOn CITY, 11  ('.
Constables .Me.Mynn lllld Deans, Dr,
Juki**uud oilier*, proceeded lu Vermin
tlle pint   week  I.n nl tend ilm Assize
, cuurt In he lleld lu-il.iy.
Mr. .1. A. Coryell has recently  surveyed the Tamarack claim in (Ireen-
i   wuod camp and Is now engaged on the
New York and .Monlcy.uinu.
.Mia Randolph Stuart, came down from
Lung Lake eninp un Thursday Inst mid
reports everything in n nourishing
condition iu nnil niiniiiil the eninp.
The friends of Mi-; W. 0. MeAlynn
will he glad In hem- thul btilinssuccessfully pulled through his recent sickness,
and is utile lu he out nud iituiiii. again,
An examination of the scholars of
tin. Midway puhlic school will take
place uu Kridny iil'lerlinun next ul. half
pust nni1 o'clock.  Ail nre Invited in
nllciid.
In consequence of a good demand
for lumber, ihe Kelgvuin sue, mill agnln
sl.ui-l.rd cutting llie pusl week. Much
of the product of this mill Hulls its way
to Penticton.
Cascade City (nnd tlle whole Christina lake dislrirlj isslill ivithnui upnsl    	
office.   The Inhabitants of thai region  iifni-etVii litis cliinu'is ejisilv li-nci-nhl
expect lo see one established there he-
fin-i' the inlllenlllui.
Messers. Bliun and Kurtz have ilbou'l
flnislied the building ill. Kelnwim,
which is being constructed for (i parsonage, in whieh the Rev. Mr. Green
will in future reside.
J. S. Harrison's hook of records fur
1HIKI, will he Io the hands of ihe newsdealers Ibis week. The hunk gives a
list, and date of all the cliiiins recorded
in the Kettle River mining division of
Yale disirici during 18110,
Mr. H. Walker; of Pentiflon, met
with a painful accident the nther day,
when In handling a shot gun tlmt wns
loaded and went off, he received the
charge iu Ilis left hand, twu lingers of
which were badly kiccriiled.   ,
Mr. Walter Ad iuu reliir I uu l*t-i
day lasl from a | rt .putt iug hip up llie
west fork of Kei.le n.cnu..I proceeded
at unce to-Ki-ttm*.,. itituinlain t i Inspect
tlle work being dune ii.i the Adams
cuttlpnnys'group of cl..itns there.
A.W. Liivd.r w ul. wesl Thiirsdny
luiirtiiug to lake tne pnsi hm of Constable at Osiiyiiua, iiiiiiii- vneiiiit by toe
l-eslgiiatinnill Mr. Hii.vtry. It wiil, we
suppose, lie ill i-iil-r I'm-lli i friends in
cuugralulate Mi- Litwderoii rencliiiig
l-he zeiiilhlpresu in.,hly) uf Ills atnlil tliuf
Wnrk on the an nun -linn nf lhe new
i'u.nl nun u ui, '., ;e rui i -.v.ll ..11111-
liieiiceiiliiiiisl.a mice, tn pi-i>|iai-iitiuiis
are it i.v being ni i.l -1 ' .-ur.-y it no. A
surl nf sleigh f" nl was huflt aliutil a
-year ago into litis cn.up, whlchli is nuw
llle iu ten I iuu In I uru intuit Ki mil wngOD
iimd,
M-. 1, I'M a I'.'p.'.'s'iiiativ,* uf.i strong
English syndicate Is at present looking! £
MINING    NOT MS.
Mr. Speiin-r lieiiiiei-nmii is carrying
on assessment ..ink nn tin- .Agues
claim lu Lung Luke camp.
Work is heing (Inm- nl present nn
tlie Grey Ealle claim in Greenwood
cainp. This claim is owned hv Messers
Si-hnlielilmul Sleveils,
The hit I nu the Alum cllll nil-
Midway, is now iu some III feet nml
from iiulieeiioiis iii he observed in llie
cud nf lhe Inila..I Ihc ledge is mil I'm-
nil'.
Me-is. liemli liniiii l-'riink nre work-
lllgunlhf HiiitBiminijd Mortimer claims, I
situated in Pass creek ciunp, As fur
ns work has progressed the ledges are
showing-lip Well.
Jlr, .1. Stevens, mid a (inrtynf Ihree
or four ni her prusperfors left Full-view
u few days ago. liounil for the newel*
ibiriiilo which is nl presi-n1 itllraclltig
.-it t i-i.i i< ni nod is sit iiiiled lo llle north
of the Slius.itip lakes.
tin Ihc Gol'eontlii eliiiin llle shnfl is
nuw down n depth of sumr In ornil feel
will llie h due is shiiwiug upline.   Hy
pen crosscuts nu the surface Ihe veil
I'i
lorn (lislitnreiif mer 100 feet,
To ..reserve liis .vi.ter right, mnlju-o-
viile pii\ver forn mill which possihly
(nny lie creeled iu the near future, Mi;.
II. Sidley ii" ner nf Hie Atiarchisl '..lniin
in Camp McKipnrjrtls having n splendid
ditch nnd Ibittic Iniill In convey water
lniin lhe nnrlh liriiticb of I he sunt h fork
of Hock creek In Ilis claim which is
ill sin ll I ah.nil n mile.
Mr. Tims. Beilly isfngiigeil carrying
ou developtijent with a crew of melt,
un Un- Eureka, Kijig Snloman, High-
hinder, and Vmicnti.t-r i-lii'ins iu Camp
McKinney. MiaMiillcriintl assiiciatesiif
Vernon, own this group uf claims, and
coiilmned within lhe group me ledges
of reputed value, which nre rendily (lis-
elnsing their true merit as work progresses,
The eontmet, for Hie sinking of a 25
foot shnfl i ll Ihc Big Bug claim in
(lump McKinney wns secured l.y J.
Murphy nuajhfs partners, whn are nnw
busy carrying il inloetfeet. A working
shnfl fix 7 feel is lieing put dnwn which
il is quite possible may he carried lo a
greater depth than I lie present cnni rail
calls fnr. The Ilis Bugclnhn lies south
of nnd iiiljning Ilm Miniiii'lmlm.
Wnrk has lieen stnrletl on the
Anchor, Enterprise mid Lakeside fraction, u group of claims in Long Luke
rump, owned hy n Spnkune company
wluise general inuiiitger here is Mi-.
Emersui. Thesepronerlies are heing
dcvrlnpeil hy n Hume! which is being
runlnlolbelillloiiiliel.nkesidefracllon
! nnd which in its cuurse will tap the
vein nf njt-e un I he ut her Iwo cliiiins.
!    Suine splendid  looking ore is   be-
| ing  taken   1*1-11111   Ibe hut lum of tlm
InifI wliieli is nuw down a depth of
.-ver  some properties in Camp I'lili-l^l'S1"" H'fVernon clalni_ ii, Cnmp
10F
Special Reductions
Out of Town Trade.
Ws Delivered Free.
i'$_^M'j3£!E%5mLLm___mmmtit
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I
VEBNON,
H.C.
PADM0RI3 *- I'KKIIS, Proprietors.
The Leading Hotel
In tlie Interior.
u
FLOUR-f    -)!-FLOUR
view, nlsu in dump McKinncv on     f*1'1  *».' ,,"",'.  v1e,1'n,'n ,ls ™ !'»
h.tiiut his cnn, puny.   Mr.  L  '- -' tl'"sl"" "'   ll"' l'","""">   '""h  hWn'
li.iit ill  hi.-. r'Hiiiiiiiiv.    Mr.   l-iui; is ji I , ■    ,.      ,,    ■ P .
irenll, n of vns, experience it, African ! "7"i\   V-      "''' '''' ?', "'    '"' T"
mining, having spenulm grenler  -  Ml*   ?*,.°" ""' ,"'"'   s ''"  P,w' l
liniiof!i.slifc"„l||,e'!l„,si,,.-« m   ImtWS »,"K  »'i(1   '■«"  S"'""H  "!""•
llllll'rV.
cates,  who are desirous of acquiring
.   Ihese properties.
VV. I'ghiwii resident, of Fairview fol-1    As .,  n,stt\]  „f ,.,,,.,,,„   „„,.|,.   .,  ■•„,,
llle piisl iwu'lir Ihree years died snd-   „,,•„ ,lf ,„.,, „ nm,, UV(M,4 f,,,,,, |„ w 1 clttt
deiily  uu   Itiesilny I'Venlntt lusi.   ill- |„la pc.(.„ S|,,u.|- nn the Mineral lliii
icii'pci.uc Iml.ils may ltd eilid |„ |mVo | Mm mvn,,,\ |,y ftji-. Green of Fall-view
luui much lodo .villi the stale uf I'll,
(li'cciuictt health previous In Ilis demise.
Imt us he wns id.vuy silvery ini iirenaive
matt nnd only nn  enemy  to himself,
-imi situated at  Meyers Hat,  in  tb
vicinity of that camp.   The ure is n
heavy   iron pyrites, cniilaliiing snuie
copper and gold, hul hv ilsappearaiicu
lllllell regret is Fell nl bis mil unci vend.  , )„. i,l,.;( is suggested llial its depth on
The new Inwnsite nt Hi" iitnuili nf the vein is uliained tl re.wlll uiiiier
i'linlt, creek which is the property of I ally change m character
Wo havejconimeiiicecj tlie iniiiiiilaciui-i- of l-ltun- ami arc in
the business to stay, and we now offer the itillowini; brands lnr
sale: Hiii\t,r:ti'ian. X X X X, Strong Bakers and Superfine.
Also Bran. Shorts and Chopped Feed.   ,
Patronize Home Industry and keep the inonev in the district. Our (lour has lieen pronounced the superior of any how
manufactured in British Cnluniliia.
Okanagan Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
Armstrong, B. C,
Cheap! Cheap! Cheap!
THESE
THE OXi'Y PERFECT FENCE.
« WIRE FENCING
FENCINGS
AS WI'I.L AS
The ontar-0 w.re f:ncing CO,. Ltd.
l'.C.Oll, OlltUIlO.
Mr-Mullen's Choice
fencings, etc.   Are sold
Tiikv aiik 'I-iik lit:.
tigs lot
-Ihiiii
llleh lower llii- ye
.   Ask your Hardware Me
.-Ilis. poultry yttids, lawn
er lictorf.
limit for Ihem.
llu* UiiuuilnryCreek Mi gaud-Milling     -|'|,,. I'mspecting Syndicate of liriinii   f
'■ I-,'"'-'  'I   lv1l"K  hud. inil    on   "I-  (-nliinihii,   have stm'leil wnrk   tut lhe| 1
tiigelherauovel plan, which niuch he ^ Ntnl h .Slar.clainisiliiiited in Long Lake! -11-
 Most Complete Line of.
;:;?ES:;':;?''-*Se;s       SHELF AND BUILDERS' HARDWARE
,x.%*3k ■& £*&*_,*>
Prospes-tOFs' Livery, Feed and Sale States
Grand l-'orlis, 15. C Il.-lmi the llrid-o.
Livery Tesuis, Saddle mid Peck Horses and Ladies' Saddle Horses
t'. y, Grain and Wood for Sale.
Teaming' of All   Kinds  a  Specialty.
.-i^*L^fT*\-l*^l -V\ fM71^**lB3VllfJI
A well directed shut front llie ride of | ageineiil Inlenil cip-ryiiig Ibis sli-ifl loa
Mr. C. Itenilell  I'iruugh't tit earth iiii  greater depl-hand;ln fnctwill Hi gh-
eiiorniouscongnr on Sunday  'iihig lyopeti up ihepronerly which Isrechg*
theflth inst.   Mr. Itenilell wuscninpingj niaetl us la*iiigamong the best  ill Ilia
ill Loug Luke, and treed 'be animal' i-ninp.
THE.
^40Vurv%r%2PVnHtK£WV*m^
Mr. W, Murray und assiiclnles have
hi'cu furtiiiinle iu Securing sonic i'inlii
eliijms   on   Ivrtiger   mnillltnill.     The
rlniins nre nuiiirarespectfully lhe Luke-
view, Hem nnd Queen.   The ore whieh I
wnnlil he piirliruliiily suitable fur cnn-.
Centriitjtui, curries copper sulphide, n
lillle galena mul guld .villi a ipiarlz
guitgue.    Priiiii   ilu-   uppeiiruiice nt
samples on exhlhlHnn .-tl l?nh*vlew, it
| Is easy tu believe thnl   viiluuble bndles
ofiiie will hn dlsclnsed when develop-  11/      .
inenl. slnris mi these properties. W
Aluiosl   iniini'ili.ilcly n coinpi-essoc   II,   U.
plain will lu- hroiighl iu and erected on
whicli meusiired S feel lung, early In
the innming quile close to his tent.
Recently minthi'r Of Ihese animals wns
.seen uu tngr-im iiiuiinlaiii hy two pros-
lierlors so Unit it u-oiild si'imii they ure
hecuiniiig numerous iu this district.
There appears In be a line mineral
hell "away up" in tin* hlgn ranges at
(he hend nailers of McR'ne creek, Chris*
(illll Lake. All pruspect.nrs whn have
lieen III Hint seel iuu stale llial. the surface showillgt* are sitnplv etinruinuS,
There hns lieen considerable sinking
done lately around ihe old Hoodoo
(Jump. Tills lies niiniii H mile- up the,
creek, uml lulely prospecturs have heeu ; ilm Old Ironsides cluim in llrcetiivooii j
milking their way furl her up llle creek jr.imp. as it is iul led In slmi   wink
tntturils lhe head waters of Sheep creek ' ngnln un litis aliiim ns sunn as pussilile,
uml Dug creek,  The cniuilry is dpi orussooii nstlie pliuilnnwiirderedeun
srrihedns very rough, hut. I he guide fur   he put upon the i.n I ami is ready
u riiilriiiid puss Is very easy.   A lillle | for  ollerullini,   The  Old   Ironsides Js
pluri'i-golil has hecii "muni liiu-e and low l.byit Spukiiue c puny which
lliere In thesiuiill Irihiiliirii's uf Melliie : is in n  position  In carry  on tl   vtisl
creek. lun ul of develoi 1 wnrk. mid as
A greul miinv peuple hnvc Ihis s I   || I«ltll tn li"rti|*lil*i>il IIS stiin.lilig III
iiierrelllhecll'crls ,,1'lhc pnisnn „i,kill,r   '™"   mllJ    rc'liwood cnmp,
which grows in suu.e pnrl  of Uns (lis.   "'i'1" '' '!'8'!'"   '.''V'V, •,'",■" ,	
tr et, Strange lo suy only snthe p e; « "ped.n.iil iil.l he.iliire will disclose
life susceptible In lhe Intfuencuof litis   tin ... a very vulnu ne.  Foriuer
nimnus plant.   Miinv nan iuu  il  l],\- 7T\ ''ki, "T,1" '
wil pttitity, wliil. r.s are puis-i " ';'    " ''I'\"n7'im ,      '" Ii'i" '" "
one,! by it us soon ns Hn-'v n'pprniieK  (,"I'U|  "'   "' ',"' tm[j,v'llh, "I""!
theiinn.ediule neigh -hood i   uhii-1,1,wsnlls "" "'" ?'" :"'",."'1'"'11 »im'°»
II grows.   All pet-sons me , e slls.| "P an enormous Inuly nl nre.
ceptihle lo iis Influence whilsl in it; Work hnsnguln been stnrted on ihe
heated state and perspiring freely.1 liolphln eluiin in Oamp McKinney
which showB I hat the puison Is absorbed which claim lies n little in the north
through the poms nf the skin. Those nnd wi|sl of thecniup, nud is owned l.y
who me nut able lo distinguish Ills Messrs, Edwards and Lnmhly, Upon
plmil front other foliage, shiiulil be] this claim a tunnel has been run siniiii
enme acquainted with il, as to get (K) feet, heslde which two shafts t
poisoned means at lhe leitsl greal inconvenience io ihe victim, mid knowing
the plant it is easily to avoid il,
Cninpiii'iilivrlyjjspi'uiling Midway on
Friday lust was deserted, the event
which drew the peuple from Iheir
homes being the minimi picnic given to
the scholars of the public Bchool here,
wlm, it is unnecessary in say mustered
In full strength on lliis occasion. The
spot selei-led  fur  the picnic  wns u
>use
s-ngs
EER- HOTEL
GitKF.kwoon ,Cifv, BotiN'iiAin ('iuik. B. C.
.In the District,,
TALK CASH
Wi* Imvi* jusl u|m*ni'<1 llio iilmvc hold ni Gi'i'rmvonil eiiy, nnil Mir pi'PpHrcil
] li- ui'liiiiiM1 ^'iH'sts nnd provide k,,,i(' fit'CfMiinio'lnllon. (hind ('.•iii'tin^, IMi'Sl
I cliuss Livery SUiliU*.
PROPRIETORS.
And Our Prices! NELS0N & TyNAN
Will Suit You.	
T'f^ •^*Sr~*8?*?!
ROGS1.ANO
GHEENWOOD
THE BEALEY INVESTMENT AND TRUST CO.
LIMITED LIABILITY.
Kea3 [state and Mining Brokers.
MANAIIIIH
I City, ll. C.
ileplh of III feel e:icb haveneensunk on
the vein. It is Intended nnw lo continue th? tunnel until il crosscuts lite
ledge, whicli the muiiiigeinciit considers will he tupped llt ahout. auollier
In ill' '211 fool. As Slum its ihis is done
drilling on the nre luidv will he re-
suited lu. Thi'iissiiv value of the ore
io ihe Dolphin, which Is of a free
milling clmrnclcr, i-iins frinn 9112.50 In
•W per tut. lite lesser vnliie heing llu
lowcsl assay ever obliihied,
Fire Insurance a Specialty.   m:(,;irt,^N.
EA*,.i.i?fPBfi,iga _____3______g_________mi_________w
ini
Vim i.iiiin.iw iiiii-iii.i. .i.it.ii lannt a....   ii iiiii) niiuii .mil llni.linfl: wliiilin. -.i-ii.
lltllKlu. mill nil Hitter l.anl. uf I -,■ fnrnl Ini..-. 11, lie I il..i ii...an. Sawmill      11.mul, nnil
.ln-.i..| innil..i  i-i..mn ..ii Iiiiiiii.    tir.i.i- 'mm k.iii,. uin.,. .n-'ii.i -.aaii.-a una 	
furillslto.1 ii| |l|llli a..ii! Iii
X. II.   Hmh iiiiiI |l    ,     I'i..      ullli Hllifhl  \.|i..ii... I..,-.ii.i i,..I ..f Irnulii,
VEENON LIVERY, FEED ANO SALE STABLES
Gniiil siiualt: anil tlfitililc  cli'ivnt's and  suilrlli-Inirscs.
:I1 tie double unci single drivers ami sucldle liiirses,    llnrses
 boarded bv ilu- week or month.    Box stalls if desired, llnrses
THE MIDWAY HOTEL''"'"k,,n l"ham"ss':m] -r--'""' _ltk! s,,kl ,,n "im",issi,m
Dealer in bay and grain; wholesale anil retail.   All kinds of
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER:
Awonimodat.ion,   -Uoml Siali
from Miii'itis, Wns
McAULEY & McCUAIG, Proprietors.
First Class Accommodation,   Good Slabling,   Terminus of Singe lane
froui Marcus, U'oshlngton,
heavy teaming attended to,   Corner Mission .nnl  I'l-onsoD sts.
W. 11 iKi'M it, l'liniiai rtiu. BOUNDARY CREEK MINING AND MILLING COMPANY, Ud7Ly~.
Incorporated 21st October, 1896.
HEAD    O F F I OB ,   GREEN "WOO D    CITY,    tt.   O.
*****
*****
Wv/*~
•A/*-Y
OFFICERS OF COMPANY:
(I. AKTHUIl RENDELL       Phesidbnt
11. A. HOLBROOK   -   MANAGER
fl. W. H. 8AN8OM        Ski-retarv-Tiikabiirer
BANKERS:
BANK OF MONTREAL
Vernon, B. 0.
«*W <-5»
>-w*
-wA
VIEW SHOWS GREENWOOD CITY AND LOCATION OF COMPANY'S CLAIMS.
W-V/s-
—w
This company i.s registrecl under the
Companies Act, 1890, and amending
acts, in the office of the Registrar in
Victoria, B. C, for 1,500,000 shares at
$1.00, non- assessable, of which a
portion of the Treasury stocK i.s now
offered at 10 cents a share on application to the company.
>~/V-
^
PI<OPEI<TIES.
The properties, which are absolutely
owned by the Company, consist of
eight claims lying in a group and
named as follows: "The Fred. I).,"
"S. H. B.," "Big Ledge," "D. A.,"
"0. B„"'*S. F„" "G. A. R."and "J.
A. C,,"neingfiilly shown and explained
in the Map Plan annexed.
DESCRIPTION.
On the "D. A." is a vein alti.nl 20
inches wide, with a payslreak of 4 to
12 inches; from this 8,058 H*». of ore
wo* shipped to Ihe smelter, giving
1108.15 gold per ton, silver 74 7-10 oxs„
and 2 per cent, lead. A tunnel is lieing
driven on this vein from which ore is
being taken. On the same property is
s larger vein (ipitirtz) carrying galena
and pyrites.
The "ti. A. K." lins a 80-fooi shaft
mink on 11 2-foot vein, heayily mineralized with nn intimate mixture of iron
and copper pyrites, galena, blende and
lilvciglanre. Tin-finest pieeesofwiresil-
verfoiiuilonBoiioduryCreekwcrelnkcn
from this shaft.   Avemge assays fr	
different places across the vein gave
$8.00 gold. Ml im.. silver: also $8.00
gold and 1 fill ihis. silver and one, lhe
latest return -$lf-,0o gold and 1004*6
ins, silver per ton.
On  Ihe "Big Ledge" is n  10-foot
quart/, vein, mineralized wilh iron
pyrites. This vein has been opeoeil
up by cross.cuts on the surface for 600
feel.    A  urn-rower   vein   has   la-en
-*miWF~
Compamfh Properties are
moficed thus ///////
Company Jrvccrpofixtieci
'___Oct/396.
S.£.
opened up, lieing one foot wide, carry,
iug considerable copper pyrites, nud
runs inlo the main ledge asu spur, on
which a tunnel of 40 feet hns been
driven. Average assays gave $33 uadd
nnd 1110 ozs. silver, and $411.35 gold,
174 ozs. silver, 2 per cent, copper.
Tlle "O. B." has two distinct veins
nne 25 feet wide which, from its strike
and general character would seem In
be the same vein ns Ihul i.n the Big
Ledge, alt hough sullii ient has not
lieen done to make this conclusive.
The second vein has at present a
width of nearly three feet. Assays
hnvc shown values in gold from $4,00
tn $170,511, while a conservative sampling by Mr. S. S. Fowler, M. E. gave
$20.00 in gold.
On Ihe "S. H. B," are two converging veins of copper and iron pyriles,
on which work is now being done. An
average assay gave, gold $1,50, silver
10J ozs,, copper 11,06 per cent., or
$40.44 for all values.
The "Fred D,"wns located in December, 1805, more as ground for a
basis for mining operations for the
olher claims than for its present value,
although there is liltle doubt thai the
large vein on the O. B, runs through
It. There is a small vein of galena on
Ihis claim.
The "8. F." lies l.elweotl the G. A. II,
and I), A., In the direction nf the strike
on the G. A, R. vein, This local ion has
been made on n vein of pyrrhotlte.
The "J, A. C." has a large Irnn-
capping running through it from the
Anaconda, nt a depth of a few feet.
The ore carries n considerable percentage of of copper and $10 In gold.
N. B.-SCALE ON THIS MAP 1600 FEET TO THE INCH.
Capitalization 1,500,000, Treasury Stock 700,000 Shares.

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