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Vol. VII, No. 25.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1897.
$2.00 p3r Ymr.
P W. JAKES, M. I)„ CM.
BY APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE
GREENWOOD CITY
QERALD WILLIAMS, M. D., C. Nl.
VKItNON, II. 0,
LATE OF
St. Thomas Hospital,
London, Bno,
QR* WHITE,
Graduate of McGill University.
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
GROCERIES.    I
Large Shipments. Arriving Weekly,   We huy the
the Very Besl Brands, and Bell al Wonderfully Low
KETTLE river minimi division
Quarantine Regulations, etc.
,   . .., .      ,     ,       As many are ignurant upon tbe suh*
Record ol Mineral Locations lor the ,-   ,   ,- , ' ,   ,,
....    , -.,     .... ,,     _ Ji-rl nl ilii-ipi.iinn  iiiiiI olher ri-gii-
Week Ending October nth, 1807. , ,. .  .       .,,        ... ,,
• • '  "' liiiiiuisiiim In force wilh legitrd to the
I    v ,,.    ,.-   ,'" ;,,,        ,    1. 1- : 1, iiiipiiii.ilinii iif slink into nnv pnrl of
*v-llu\ Kioilii-rlrv camp, I-,. K'-iglit- ■  '
|t,..( ilu- Dominion we quote fm the gui-
ncTiiiiKuS. dance nf mu- renders  lhe following
ll-eU.-i, ('.-iiiyoii Cn-i-k, 0, Newman governmenl rules covering llu- same,
an.l N. E, Peterson,
T   P. McLEOD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
Miiiway, II. 0.
ALLAN MACDONALD,
BARRISTER AND SOLIOITOR
Of the Supreme Court of B. C.
NOIABY  PUBLIC, ETC
Vebnon, ii. 0.
J# MONTEITH
Notary Public, etc.,
Fairview, B, ('.
|_|   S. CAYLEY,
BARRI8TER AND SOLICITOR.
OltAND FlIKKB, R 0.
C    ADRIAN   MEYER,
Mining: Broker,
Prices,  (live us a call and In- convinced Ihal our
prices  are   the lowest 111 Ihis  section  of country.
0
(u'Till'KI! II.
Sec, 21, .Ml inn le i.i he admitted for
Boots and Sloes, Clothing, le.
We
- carry a
large
nnd
well-selected si nek
of above
nni!
as we pu
rchii.se
A'nnr goods fill
- SPOT ('
ASH we
are
enabled 1
il give
nur
customeis
the heuefil nf the
.Maple 1.,-nl, ('..pi'ier'i-ninp, li. A. breeding purpose- shall lie n.-i-om-
j (liioil. pniiied: —
Wi tin, Deadwood camp, II. Alles. !   *„ i \ declaration made bv the ini-
!   (JowBe , Skv ark camp, 0, DIII er. ,    ,    , ,  .   ,     ,
(,~,.0llBn ii purler Ihal lhey nre ncliinllyfiir liri-ed-
j     .Magnetite. I li-adwouil cnmp, .1.1 lllllll.   Illg lllld ll Iler pill puses.
oi"I-oniCI- li |li) A eerlilinile signed liy ii Govern*
1   Greenwood, Cedar ereek, II. StrausB ,,„,„■ VelerlfinrTaii that I bey linve heeu
""Bono Pisl"a,'Long Lake camp, 0, M. »utijected In tl,,* tuberculin lest 	
Hendell. . luund  free frum  tuberculosis,   Such
independence, Klmberlerly camp, P. ■, certllicales must show the dale of test-
Haussener, Ing and chart nf reaction, .villi a de-
OERTIPICATE OF WORK, ..   , .      ,     .   . ,
,CTOBER 5 sciiplion ul llie iiiiiii...]. giving nge nnil
Discount,   Give us a Trial Order,
"W. W. SBa.B.'tirogaa. s&.-sa.ai Co. |]
IWrview, Gump ftlaKlnnoy and Vornon. \f
Tunnel, L. .M.C.-     .^^^^^
OCTOBER 7.
Hecla, J. Douglas el ul.
Coin, V. Newman 1.1. Peterson. ,„_    ...■^.^m,,.^.^.^—■—
Silver Dollar, 0, Newman and J,    (c.) A cerl llicntonf Inspection, signed
IVlcison J hy II (iiivernmi-lil \'eteriunrinli, sllo.v.
markings, The importer may here*
quired in swear lhat tin* certificate
refers lo llie aiifuial represented.
OCTOBER '■)■
Alabama. L. P. Williams,
Number Nine, 8. S. Fowler etal.
Norfolk, s. s. Fowler el al,
TRANSFERS,
OCTOBER II.
Hint the animals are free from contagious disease, and that no eiiolngious
disease of cnltlc(exeepllng tuberculosis
nnd niiliiioniyinsis) exists in llle district whence lhey came,
THE COLUMBIA FLOURING MILLS iMmii3E"si5fc»	
Mills ;it Enderby and Vernon, B. C.
lo 11. Leather.
OCTOBKB I,
  Dominion. |  ii,,.i.si,  p.. II. Hughes
Manufacturers of High Grade Flour,i,u.vl'1t!a,.;,. u. h. Hughes.oj.
! W, McHue.
.inula.a S.
I    NellieC I-. ii. .',
land mu P.  Sin I
..Q.
RED STAR BRANDS^
.-i, .1. Slither-
I-IUNGAHiAlM'      THHEE STAR      STRONG BAKERS'      SUPERFINE
Graham Flour, Cracked Wheat, &c.  Sine expenses and buy Iho besl.  See
lhat each sack is marked
NellieCeiiini, .', ,
land lo L. li. Slll.li
resl, .1. Slither
Furward, nil inleresi,  ,1   .1. Baker
N(,A„,,„,,,,.:Ri Pi RiiHET £ GO,, LTD,, PROPS,, VICTORIA, B.GJ-S-^^""'""'
ttiasiiiii Ave., Viaisos,B.c.
I    R.JOHNSON,
u.
Ooat'nil Collecting nml  liiaiiminiii Agont.
Mininil Claims Boiiglil mul   Sold,   Notary
Public.
&HAX1)   l.'OUKS   B,   ('.
All kinds iif Mill Feed kepi In slnek
PORBES SI. KI3KBY, P. L.S.,
A. M.C.S. ci-:.,
ENGINEER  AND  SURVEYOR
i nomas i
GENERAL    MERCHANT
Fairview, B, C.
t
Notary Public.
F. B. JACQUES,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry,
Spectacles and
Silverware.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
VEItNON, 11. U.
IJ EADQUARTERS   for   Hiner's
A   Supplies, Powder Caps Fuse.
Largest and best assorted stock of GROCERIES, DRYJ™1'!' Dominion eiectoriai disirici, and
GOODS,   CLOTHING  and    BOOTS   and    SHOES, eTiXmhta
.     .„ . -,, - president,   vice-president,
ai> I..o"s?:'y®E3T.   oasis. jj3t»io*©s.    '
W. B. RICKARDS,
—AGENT FOR—
THE-Plicciiix.
—Liverpool,  London &
Globe.
—Pacific Const. Firo In-
suniiice Co.
MIDWAY, n. c.
JOHN A. COHYKLL, A. M„ B. (!. A.
Civil Engineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND    SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
rrlgation Projects, Engineering nnd Sur.-cy
Work, with Plans and Estlnmtcs in any
Portion of tho Provinco Iiniiicdlntoty Attended to,
Maps and Plnns of Any Portion of Osoyoos
District and Mining Cnmps of Kettle River
Mining Division.
• 	
BOUNDARY FALLS. MIDWAY (Old VEIINON.
G.,A. G-i-kss, M. A. II. A. Guilds, 51. A.
* GUESS BROS.
Chemists and Assayers
Tliorounhly familiar wilh Fairview ami
Hinimlary Crack Mliiortil PropurlluB, Propop-
Ui,h ICxiimiiied. ABWiyfl und Analytios of OrcB,
Fuels liltc.
§ Good accommodation at the ft
HOTEL PENTICTON!
 Foa?	
Travelers, Commercial men, Killing' men
and Sportsmen.
IM (Q
@)
C® Terminus of stage
(^   lines from-
N
Fnirviwe,
Osoyoos,
Orovillo, Wnsli.
-AND*
St   Cninp .McKinney,
t   Midwny, Greenwood,
| Otiraon, Oriind ForliB,
III
nnd JIiirciiH, Wash.
(9 W. C. HAYWOOD    -    -    -    W. L. LEONARD, 9)
fa PropriBtors, Penticton, B.C. q\
(«®J9,©,©,«,© __3Jtt» ©.®AjB ® 9J8.-8 © »S ©a)
Robin  II I, all   Interest,   W. I-,.      d.) When nol accompaii ed by Biich
,,i i™ u i i,... I     .„       ,     •    , :
certificates the minimi .a annuals must
he detained iiiqu-irantineouaweekand
Biibjecl In lbe tiihi'iculin lest.
(...) Shuuld lhey lie found luberculnus
they mual he returned In lhe country
fnnn wliieli dhipped, or slnttghlered
ivlthoul cumpeiisatlnn,
Fal call In aud call lu fnr feedlnu, In-
cludltiK rallKe cattle for Blocking
I'linnes,
Sectiun '222. 'lliis tilass ofniiiinnls slinll
he accompanied hy u certilicate of in-
Bpecl Inn, signed hy an official Veterinarian, showing that lhe animals
nre free from contagious disease, and
iliat no cnnlnglotis disease of cattle
(excepting tuberculosis or nctlnoinyon-
sisjexists in the district whence Ibey
cauie.
Nrtilers' callle.
Sn-. 21. S'-lHi-is'ciillli*, when arrow*
pnllieil I v ceililic.ilisof health. I" be
nd lull led .. i' hi.nl del enl ion : uniii rnni-
f.auieil, lie.' Ii.li-I in iliapccli-d. III-
specinrH u av snlijecl nnv entile showing syiiiptoms of till eleolitsis tn Ihe
ml erciilin tesl l-efore allowing I lieiu to
elllei.
See. il, Any callle found tnher.
i-uli.us in In- relurned in Ihe United
Stales in- killed iiiiliiuii Indemnity,
tier. 25. S,i ine mav he admitted for
hreedlng pin puses, subject luaquaran*
I im-nf llfleen days.
Sec. 20, Swine may I-end mil led when
fnrmlng part of settlers effects, when
accompanied by a certificate Unit the
B.vtne plague or ling cholera bus not
existed in ihc district whence ibey
entile fm- six ninnths preceeding lhe
dale nf shipment: when nut accnw*
paineil hy such cerlillcate lhey musl he
siibjocl In inspection al pnrl of entry.
Iff I diseased to be slaughtered
without compensation,
Swine fur slaughter in hnnil.
Sec. 27. S.i'-ne uiny he impnrled into
(litnadn wilhoul Inspection forlhepur-
pnse of being slaughtered ; the lm
pin-lei-slinll enter lbe snme for warehouse upun the usual form of such
entries, slating upon ils face the niuii-
liei. lin- weight nnd value of the herd,
ami llu- rale nml the nmoiinl ut duly
presrrlhed by llu- Iniill' in force al the
I line of milking such entry, Such iiu-
purler slinll then execute a I.nud tu'lhe
 4. 4	
The Liberal Con venl ion,
The Iirsl Provincial Liberal Cuiiven
lion in assemble iull. 0., uns called in
order at Ne.v Weslininslei-iin tin- 8tb
inst. .villi Mr. Auley Jlorrison, M. I'..
iicling us chniruian nnd Mr. .1. II. Keri-
nf Vancouver aeliug as Seeielary,
There were 115ib ii gali*."|irest'lil,repre*
Mining lhe whole nf the • tin,nil,imi
elecloriul (li.-liicis uf lhe proilnce,
Afler Ihe roll .all uf delegates, llle
ronvenlioii proceeded lo liusiness, nnd
ami al once i < nni encia! 1 In- formiiliiili
nf llie B, ('. Liliernl Assuclalliin villi
the following ollleersi Presidenl,secre
tary, tre.-isurer, one vice-president f
relarv,
ui treasurer to h ■ ex-olllcio members
' llie executive cninmiltrc.
|   The ntimlnalion of .ihicera was ll	
proceeded villi, when Mr, K. I'. Davis,
li. C, nnd .Mr. Win, Ti'iiipli'innn, were
iioiuiuated, ' il .Mr. Templenian did
mil seek iin- oHieeiiiid asked in iviU.-
iliau. However, a vote wns taken
which resulted as follows: Mr.
Davis, jj : .Mr, Teuipleman ■*).-).
Tie- iiominul ion of .Mr. Temple man was
made unanimous,      t
Tin-lunuinul ions for secretat-y were
Mr, J. II. Kerr ami I). C, McGregor.
Mi. Ken- received 50 votes nnd Mr-
McGregor, II ; ilu- noiiiluallon wns
made unanimous.
lia. McKeclinlc, nf Nnnaluio, was
unanimously elected ir-ensurer,
Tlieelecliiiii uf l'ici'*presldelitfl nnd
...ininillee men was 1 li. -11 gone nu villi
and i.-iilieil as folliiw*):
Victoria Cily! Vice-president, Mc
Geo. lliley ; cuiiimllleemeil,  -Mi. ia.   V
llmln.-'l, Cnl. Gregory, II. I, Diury,    | ()i n, wilh two snfflelenl securities in
ilu- Bill Infliction nf ilu- Collector of
Cusiiuns ni lhe pnrl where ineii car-
ease aie inipiirlcil nr .v.-iiehoiised, In
ilimlile lhe .1 mi.11 lit of such  duly ;   the
i Ill Inn of such Innil shall he tlmt
ipoo due exportation within one year
OaitllNWOOD, ll. a
U. nARKKTT. II. T. llllllllsllX
BOUNDAItY OBKffiK
Engineering and Assaying Co,
Greenwood Olty, B. ('.
Assaying and Analyses of Ore
Mines Examined and Reported on
Thorough Acquaintance with tlio Kottlo
River nn.l Iloi.nilnr..  I'rei-k  Kilning
Dlilrk'ts.
Um raid lii-iiii i   Vice-president, M
I-i. I'. Duvis j ciiiniiillteciiien, -Ma. I. II.
I fi.-nkl.-i-, AM. McQueen, -Mi. Win. Ai,-
Id- y.
New    Wesluilnsler   districl   Vice*
|iri"iilcni, .Mr. Alex. IIciii|i-i-i.ii ; cnni-      	
mi'i- -ineii. .Mi. ,1. II, Keniiedy, M.l*.I*. |oriheprndiiclsiifllieswlni'solii(*ported
Mr, A, S, Vedder, M. P. l'„ Mr, John slniigblered and cured In tin* fnnn of
 lOli.ei. pork,   laici.ii,   hain-.   slnmlders,   lard,
'    Vancniiver    1-1,nnl   Vlce-pi-esldenl, ami  pnj' nl of ilulv   secured by llie
SMIIIi  *  MCLUOI), I it'ii'im- a*.                              .dr, .inhii Hluggel 11 'ce n, Mr, said linlul, Ihen lhe «aid I shall he-
Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Turnings,etc,   All kinds offactory ibiiphSmbb,Mr. .i. iv ,. Mr, sn- cuim- null and void, uiherwise shal
work kept in stock and made to order,   Coast Cedar worked    Viiie-Cariiiwi   vice-i ident, Ui
-innil.
Mr, 11. I
into Furnishings a Specialty. All kinds nl' Lumber, Lath ami "'"'• ll,!lI""Ii ^"loiiieemeii, Mr, .1
0 1 * . Marlin, Mr. I). (I'll
Shingles kept in slock,    Best material always in stock,
^^^^^^^^^^^ i. .line-
plll'l'sntl.
I' una in... li o'clock ami ndjourn-
inenl was in wnler,
remain in full force mul vlrlue.
Sec. '2ti. Ai,,,,- i|H. reeepllnn of lie*
mi inc imu ilie bonding warehouse rn-
sliinghlei house, il -hall nol lie lawful
1.1 remove any i.f them alive I herefrom
under nny prelcni - fm- any reason
whatever.
See. 211. The producl of such s.vilie,
afler having I a slaughtered, slinll
T "C5 T   ' 1
JL l—tjL_t lm
.Sawjiii.i. on Okanaoan Lake, Hand? th Shipmkst. Sabii ami Doonl   ,\i ibis juncture, Mr. Win. Temple-
FAOTOllV ON (J, P, ll., VEIINON, n in suggested that this llie Iirsl  Pro*
•ongi-atiilaliiry address in Sir Wl'l* nnt 1"* n'moved frtr nny purpose from
I Lniu-lernu hiseleviilionnf knight-  ""' '"""bug I'1-"''' Wilhoul  n permit
nl. anil mi Iii- cieal su. cri's in I Ileal j fnui' I he colleclor or propel- Officer of
Britain recenlly. Customs, as iu lie- cuse of all other
,,,,,,,...,      ,,,--,.,,..,-     ,, , , . , • n '     Mr. >lav .Mi (Jllcell -eenl nil a I  1 he   leu- ' ,    .1    1 ,
MIDWAY,   Kl-.l  I 1,1'.   RIVER, I inn, which wa» carrle itiiu.uuslv. I,nn'1"' *°"A"' 	
i A ciuiiniilii-e. cnnsisiiiig nf .Mc-sis, A. j    See. 117. Swine mav In* Impnrled at
First Clam Accommodation.   Oood Stalillng,   renninus of Stage Line      j [|. H»iifi>, IO. I'. Dans. II. Ilnslo.-k, M, ,mv customs warehouse pntl of entry
ffnin Mnvi'lio    \\'*icliiiiirl,iii I I',. A l!!f\' -M (HI l-t  I*. M. ,1., '11 III  I )|. Mc-    .      . , .        .       ■ . . .     .     . ,,
""""MaiuiB, Washington. Ke.-hnie «ei ipolnti-d lu drafl the '" ("'""Ll- '" l"""1'   s"l'-l"d   "'  ""
McAULEY & KEIGHTLEY, Proprietors.    I**"™* |respectsu, th,- provisions in ,-e >n
1 An iiilji-uruineiil was Ihen taken.
thereto contained in "this Uuler." THK ADVANCE.
Midway, B. 0„ October 18, 1897.
THE ADVANCE.
W.H. NllltltlS..
 1'1101'IUKTOII
I'ulillnliut  weekly  ..t  Miiiway, II. C.
8ul*s,iri*itlon 1'riu-. $100 per iinuuiu, payable
advnnee, either yearly or hiilf-yearly uL the
option ol the anli-.'i'ii.i'r.
Ailvcrilainir. Rates mint on applloatlon.
Though the ooIu.iiiib of Tub ADVANCE are
always open lor lhe discussion ol matters of
publie imi-if-i (.ml Importance, we ilo not nec-
cosmirliy emlorno nny ol the opinions e*.jin-a.-i-il.
Cun'eH|iyii(lt:ii.".- ol ii personal nature will nul he
puhlUhed.
ritMlC.
: eaten that your subscription
:to this pnpi-r hns expll-eil.
MONDAY, OOTOBEB 18, 18117.
EDITORIAL NOTES.
It is rumored that Ihe Cariboo cnni
pany of Oamp McKinney inlend shortly to Install Iwo or lliree new boilers
at the uiiin*, nud also Increase the
capacity uf llieir hallery liy an addition
of 2(1 more stamps, ll would out he al
all surprising shuuld this minor he
founded on fuel,as if is well known llle
conipiiny are taking uut more .ireal Ihe
present time than theycau handle with
their 10 slump mill, ana since llle
Introduction of the Burley drills the
wm k of developinenl is progressing so
rapidly, they will soon have large reserves of ore blocked nut, lu fact there
is sufficient in sight at present
to keep a large plant running for
a very considerable length of time,
Without doulit the Carihoo ranks Hrst
among the free milling gold propositions of B. 0. and well doesshedeserve
llml distinct inn.
At the opening ceremony of Ihe
sixth annual exhibition of the Okanagan and Spallumcheeu Agricultural
Society, the member elect for ihis riding Mr. Donald Oraham had the honor
of presiding, His remarks we are tnld
were tinged with politics, he having
taken occasion during his speech to refer to the railwayquestion, as affeel Ing
his hearers, Ihe people of tills district
and the province as -i whole, He is
reported to have said lhat, he held that
the road from Penticton to Rossland
should he constructed as a government
work. From Ihis it can he clearly
gathered that not loMi-.Grahain's door
at anyrate should be laid the blame for
any delay in tbe providing railway
communication to this district (as a
section of the provincial press Is at lbe
present time claiming,) mid Ihe more
thoroughly are we convinced of'siichais
we remember how strenously he
fought over the clause relating lo the
enforcement of the early construct ion
of the C. k W. or any other railway,
that might take advantage of the cash
subsidy of $1,(100 a mile voted for the
budding uf 100 miles of road hetween
Penticton and Boundary Creek.
. •	
A petition has heen circulating in
the district recenlly which has received
the signature of a large number nf
residents, who nre interested in the
development of the .vest Keltic river
secllon. The pelitinners pray that a
means he afforded thi'in and others, hy
which lhey can in the early spring find
Iheirwny upl.hi'inain Kellle river. The
great ob'sl ruction tu Iheir pi ogress is
the wst. l'ork of the sl renin which at a
point a few miles above Hock (.'reck
hns to be crossed. This is made a lie-
ccsssiiy as the claims, many iu number,
which have heen laken up Ibis summer, lit* enclnsed within llle lerriliiry
made hy|the fnrkiii,'of I liariver. Also to
explore the enormous territory stretching out towards the noilh and along
lhe main course nf the slreatu, lhe
west fork has to he crossed, so il
will he seen Hint a great necessity
exists furtlieGovernment intake steps
in Ihe early spring In provide a means
llf crossing this slri-atn. This could lie
aiiaiuid hy lhe construction of abridge
whicli we nn* given to undersland
could be liuill by tlie expenditure nf a
modeinle sum uf money,audits a great
nillllliet'jllf prnspecliirs will lie obliged
to enter (his lerrinnry next summer,
Ibey n.e.v feel (usliileil iu culling upon
lin* government, tn make such uu expenditure.
—.» —
A t-i-:w duvs ,uiu u large number of
delegates assembled al New Westminster with the object of funning ii Provincial Liberal Assucliillnn. In this
they were pnrtii-uliirly successful, in
the work of organisation nnd election
uf officers wns carried uul under the
must auspicious conditions, nothing
occurring to unit* the even tenor of tbe
proceedings. Thai such an association
is in existence is a matter of much
congrat uinl tun, nnd lhe mure sons Ils
members hy the adoption nf the following resolution;—"That the members of
Ihis convention decline lhat they nre
emphatically opposed to the policy of
the presenl Brilish Columbia government, as shown hy lbe legislation pro*
moled by the goveriiinenl, and by the
acl loll nfthenxerut ive, nnd thev me uf
ihe opinion thai, their continuance
in nllic- is detrimental tu the
general welfare uf the Pruvince,"
bavepleged themselves In lend their
support to the Opposition pnrly,
nl the nexl. genera: election, Up
iu this pu-iii therefore, we are iu
perfeci accord with I be alms and aspirations of ibenewlyf.iruied association.
That it was decided however tu gu
furl her and lay dnwn a plalfot'lil in
provincial affairs, we are sorry, as we
feel that thai was a matter which
shuuld have been left to the Opposition,
Iuu as we are nut iu receipt ot'thepliil-
fonii as furnished by the Liberal Association we will refiain from further
commenting upon the subject.
Work on the Le Koi Smelter.
The Le Koi smelter is making rapid
progress. The two Irun stacks overthe
boiler house were raised nuthellih. The
brick chimney fn*ni the furnaces is up
50 feel. A number ..fleiiinsiire balding
in curd wuud for tliu roasters. Con*
slriii'liun of the long Hume for the
wnter supply from Deepcreek is being
pushed and the smelter will he ready
(o opernle io nboul IHldays.
 4,4	
Snowshoe Bonded.
A few days ago il became known
that a deal had been put through between Messrs Denzler, (iibbs aud McDonnell tbe owners and Mr. P. Clark
nl llulle nn lie- Snowslioe claim, and
as a consequence the residents of
Boudary Creek were much elated.
The claim is nne .veil known in and
outside uf ilie disi rial, ns it is one uf
Greenwiiud camp's big propositions,
which recently has drawn an enhanced amount of attention owing lo
ibe fact lhat development has shewn
up enormous bodies of very good grnde
ore, which hus placed the property in
a posilion lo demand the recognition
of capital. Wilhoul. going greatly
Intu detail it may be said that the
bunding stipulations ure understood to
cull for a remuneration nf $50,001) to
llie owners, I he life of the bond winch
is a working nne, extending uver a
period of 12 mouths. Men will he put
In wurk at mice and In fact have al-
leady started.
KERR & FLOOD
—*—» BUTCHERS"-"—
MIDWAY,
GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS
Meat delivered at Rock Creek and nil Llio
Mining ('alalia.
J. Kerii. J. P. Flood
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate  of  Improvements.
NOTICE.
IN THK COUNTY COURT OF YALE
HOLDEN AT VEItNON.
Between—
W. T. Shatford and L. W. Shatford,
PLAINTIFFS,
And-
Julius Lang,
DEFENDANT.
To Julies Lang of Camp McKinney in the
County of Yale, Laborer.
'TAKE NOTICE Ihnt a plaint has
* been entered and a summons
isued against ynu in the above County
Court, by W.T'. Shatford nnd L. W.
Shatford of Veruun and Fairview respectively men-hunts, fm- the sum of
PHM) fur goods sold nod delivered.and
an order has been made that thepiibic-
aliou uf a notice o such plaint iu lhe
"Advance" a newspaper published at
Midway in the County nf Yale, in twu
successive issues shall he deemed In he
service of lhe summons upun ynu and
that, the plaintiffs he at liberty In
proceed us it personal service had heen
elfecl ed.
Dated ihis Uth., day of October, 1807.
LEONARD NORRIS,
Acting Deply Reg. uf the Court
Notico.
DBPIANOH Minkkai. Claim.
Sltunte In the Kettle River Mining Division of
Yalo lllstrlot.  Whore Loeatod;-Skylark
Camp Boundary Maun tain.
TAKK NOTICK llml I, ('barks llelllols
Green, as ngenl for H. .1. Cole, freo ininer's
curtltlcnUl Nn. Sliili:! unit tii-u. 1-'. .Sluim-, fi-co
minors cortillcato No. Sii>:l2, inlenil, sixly ilnys
from dale lioroof, to apply la llie ..lining i,o-
eorder for u oeriillcntiiof improvomonts, for lhe
inu'liose of oin. lining a •Jl-UWII grunt of Die
abuve olnbii.
Anil furthor tnko notice that nctlon, undor
seelion IIT, must he oomuiuliond liefore tho
lssuatioo of such oorttllcato of Improvomonts,
Dated lliis uth day of August, 18U7.
Coffees and Teas
IF you area lover of really good coffee, something rich in
* flavor try a 21b can of any of the following blends of
Coffees, guaranteed genuine Mocha and Java, and must not be
compared with the numerous mixtures sold under the name
Mocha and Java,
MEQQA
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate  of Improvements.
Wo-fclco.
Ji'MHO Minkkai. Claim.
Situate in the Ketlle River Mining Division
of Yale District,  Where located:-In Summit
Camp on north oflot 591.
TARE NOTK'K tli.ii I. w, T. Sinilh, free
miner's coi-iiflcftio No. SflSI- ami \V, ti,
McMynn. fret! minor's '.ei-iilk'aio No. BSSQI,
Intond sixty duy fi*om dale iiorco". to apply lo
ilu* ilie Mining Uocoi'de:' for n cocditcato of
ijiipi'ovomenlMouhopir.'poso nt obtaining a
Crown gmu1 of tlwnbovo cVm.
Ami fu.'fite:- taiio noiko iiin aclo-i, undor
.pi'iiiH) ;ir. mtul lie niimiieiipd ijv'oi'o llio
iNiiiancoof 8iicHCe:'ililc,noot linirovcinenis.
jotcd lhi< 8011] dayjif Sep.mniii'1'.lt'.i;.	
C. F. COSTERTON
VKHNON*. B. C.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Agont   For^-
The Royal Insurant**: Coy.
The London and Lancashire Fire
Insurance Coy.
The Insurance Coy. of North
America.
The London and Canadian Fire
Insurance Coy;
The Hun Life Assurance Coy ..*.
Canada.
The DiiMiNiui.- Buii.dinu and Loan
Association.
Appraiser for the Canada Permanent Loan and Savinos Coy.
And-
NOTICE.
IN THK COUNTY COURT OF YALE
HOLDEN AT VERNON.
Between -
J. E. Loucks,
PLAINTIFF,
Julius Lang-,
DEFENDANT.
To Julius Lang of Camp McKinney in the
County ofYale. Laborer.
'TAKE NOTICE, that a plaint has
•l heen entered and a summons
Issued againsl you In the ahove County
Courl Iii* J, E. Lnncksof Camn McKinney In the Ciiiinly of Yule, Bom-ding-
House keeper for the sum of $10 fur
hoard (colli lhe Isl dnj- of August 18117
In the llih day of September 1807, and
un order bus been made I hut the public*
aflon ofa uiilica of such plaint in the
"Advance" a newspaper published ill
Midwny in lhe County nf Yule, in twu
successive issues shull In* deemed lobe
service of the summons upun you, and
llml lhe plainlllf heal llherly in pro
cecd ns if personal service had been
(•Keeled,
Dated ibis llth day nf October, 1807,
LEONARD NORUIS,
Acting Deply Reg, - f lhe Cniirl.
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G B. Taylor & Co *
Have on hand a full stock of;
MINERS' SUPPLIES
-and
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
AT THEIR STORE,
R0G)<CPEEK,B.C.
Prices all right.
G.B.TAYLOR,-Notary PubHi
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ROCK CREEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH OK HOCK CltKKK.
b*ni8T-Ci.ABa Accommodation kok Quests,
GOOD STABLING
iti I'A.'clliait Fishing on Kotllo Hi. cr.aay
THE KELOWNA
SHIPPERS UNION
Company, Ltd.
HANDLES ALL KINDS OF
PRODUCE
THEREFORE, dealers in
[ hay, grain, bacon, fruits,
vegetables, etc, etc., would do
wiill to address the secretary
on the question of prices.
Correspondence solicited
from parties in the Boundary
Creek disirici desirous of obtaining small fruits.
C. A. S. ATWOOD,
Seel., Kelowna.
FOR  SALE.
I..A!:t.'l-:   linlVl'll oak I'/llco r!r-k. (1   .
I   Willi plgOOIl lai'i'-. .-'li-lvo* mul (l.-MVO'-j
Apply to -Anv.isci:."
,,5 immm ZSiiimiiiii.
(Ii     HENRY CAnn, 0,E. CM. «
jjj . . . B, F. MILLER,
I    CARR & MILLER,
jjj Assayers,
CHEMISTS * MINING ENGINEERS,
» Fairview, B. C.
A blend of the choicest Arabian Mocha nnd Java coffee, (as
used in Turkey) one trial only needed, to make you a regular
buyer.
PAMASCUS
A delicious blend of choicest Plantation Mocha and Java
coffee, richly  flavored, once used always used.
CAIRO
A choice blend of Venziiela and Plantation Mocha and Java,
a lirst class mixture.
I cnn also give you a good Rio Coffee, in bulk, for 25 cents.
LEAS
Another consignment of the famous "Ram Lais" and
"Golden Age" tea, season 117—08.
J. UXoBTIgoI,    Midway & Anaconda.
A NACONDA HOTEL
♦ ♦
ANACONDA,   B.  C.
Visitors to the Boundary Creek Mining Camps, Stop at the Anacond
Good Table  -  Good Beds -  Good Liquors - Good Stabling
N. Tholl, Proprietor.
New Tea
or Old
58*
m
am
TT is an important poin*-
* in buying teas. New
tea has a fragrance in the
cup that the most careless
consumer will not fail to
notice.
Our stock of tea is just
received-it's carefully e
lected-it's of the  newest
crop-it's the BEST.
Give us a sample order.
\
'«£««««««« «<*:«««««««*'
#
0. B. & P. B. NELSON,
Nelson,   -   -   Wash.
Practical House and Carriage
PAINTING
Paper Hanging, Graining and Sign Painting. Also Kalsomining
and all kinds of Decorative Work executed by
E. Nash - ■ Midway and Greenwood City.
GREENWOOD
CITY^-
Ib the Central Town and Supply Point of the Boundary
('leek Mining Camps.   From this New Town roads
lead to the
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Lots are Selling Freely and a    a (lood Investment.
For Pi-Ire of Lois and Other Information, Address
ROBERT   WOOD,
Greenwood Cily, Bound-.ry Creek. B. C.
Or Apply to Agents,
C. F. COSTERTON, Vernon, B. C.
A,  K. Stuart,  Vancouver,  B. C. Midway B.C. October 18,1897.
THE ADVANCE
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
SOO PACIFIC ROITE.
T
Toronto, Montreal, Halifax,
The Cheapest .   ,
Quickest   and £
Shortest Route   *
Boston, New York and
All Eastern, European,
and Pacific Coast Points.
STR. ABERDEEN If:™1'™-
tictoii evory
Tutada)*, Thursday and Saturday, making connections with trains at Okanagan landing for
SlcamouH Junction to join main lino trains
oast and went.
Through Ticketa Io nml from the Pacilic <WI
to Eastern and Kuropcan I'tjinK
Equipment unsurpassed, combining palatial
dining andslcoping|car8,luiuriouB day coaches,
tourist and free colonist, sleeping cars run on
all trains.
For information m to tlmo, rates, etc., apply to
Hi I. Scaddfng,     Loult Hind,
,   Agiint, Penticton. Agent Anaconda.
Or to EXCoyle,
 DiaL Pasu'r Agent, Vancouver.
BUILDERS
Should carefully consider
the cost of material, and
by figuring, find out that
fell kinds of
■:- anil Dressed :■:
Volunteers flay Go Abroad.
The St. .lame'n Gazetteaaya that the
British wm* office has elahoialeda plan
hy which the Volunteers of Grent
Britain will he linhh* tor riervlce ahrond
lu case of war, Uiiherto il hns lieen
impOBSihle to call on thein for duty
uhroad, except for the defence of lhe
cnlnniesand iu exceptional cuaea,
s, • Laths, - Etc.,
oan be purchased at the
Grand Forks Sawmill,
CHEAPER THAN
ANYWHERE ELSE.
l'-jimtr,x-y.-xx-/i'.xx-x.VfXtX-x'X'Xxv.i
\ $1 FIREWOOD $1 1
i per |load. i
G. K. Simpson, Prop.
TABLE
Showing the Dates and Places of Courts|of
Asslzo, Nisi Prlus, Oyer nnd Terminer and
General Gaol Delivery for the Year 1897.
wl'UINIl AB8IZE8.
Nanaimo Tuesday,  l.liMny
New Westminster Tuesday, lltli Mny
Vancouver Tuesday, 18th May
Victoria...; Tuesday,2511. Mny
Clinton Monday, 31st May
Knlulonps Monday, 71 li Juno
Vernon Monday, Uth Juno
■Nelwin I.... Mmidiiy, 21st .1 une
'Donald.','.1 Monday 2811. June
"Siii-ci.-il ArsIsc.
CAM, ASSII-.KS.
Clinton... Tl-.ni-mlny,Snl Hcplombnr
RlehlhUtl.  Monday, STth Soptombor
Kamloops Monilny. (Hi Ontnlier
l.ytton Friday, WiOototwr
Vornon Monday, nil. Ootobor
Nnw WsHtniliistor Tuesday, 2nd Novombor
Vancouvor Monday, sili Movomber
Victoria Tnewlay, till li Nnvcinlinr
Nanaimo Tuowlay, 2,'iril Nnv In-r
W. DALIIY.MI'LB
Genovnl      BlnoKnttiitlx
.FAIRVIEW, B, 0,
All   Kinds of Repairing.   Horaslioolna
a Specialty,
By Rail to Rossland.
Amid lhe striius of the Norlhp.,1'1
hund and lhe tool Inn of whistles, lhe
hlKhi'ldgeovertheUoluinhiu I'l ver carry*
ini; lhe Red Mountain trucks to Ho****
lund wus tested mul opened fin- traffic
on lhe 18th Instant. The lu-ldge is "
composite structure nf wood und iron,
six spans lu length, and lhe lolul dis-
l.uiiee across is ahniit 20(10 feel. The
San KrunciscuJ Bridge coinpuny were
the colltniclors,
 —4,4	
That Settled It.
A Btory .vns recently Inld uf how n
preacher lesled the elfecl of the hard
times upon Ills cungregalIiiii. At lhe
conclusion of one nf his sermons, he
suid; "Let everyhndy in lhe house
who puys his duhts stand op." Instantly every man, woman and child, uiih
one exeepl inn, ruse to their feel, He
sealed the crowd and then said : "Let
every man wlio is not pnving his dehts
stand up," The exception noted, a
care-worn, hungry individual, clothed
in his last summer suit, slowly assumed
a perpendicular position and leaned on
the hack of the seat in front of liini.
"How is it, my friend," inquired the
minister, "that you are the only man
m this large congregation who is un-
ahle lo meet his ohligulioiis?" "I
pohlish a newspaper," he meekly replied, "and my hrelhern here, wlio
have just stood up are all my suhscii-
liers, und—" "Let. us pray I" exclaimed
lhe minister.
 1 4,4	
The V. V. & E. R. & N. Co,
Messrs. W. McKeuzie and D. D.
Maun the hig railway cnntractors,have
affiliated themselves With the pioino-
tersof the ahove company, und as a
result a re-construct ion of tiie organization-will lake place, and another attempt made lo capture the Provincial
and Dominiim suhsidies for the luiilil-
illgofa rondhelween IheColunihia river
and Penlicton und prohahly '.he coast.
Although no authoritative sluienu-ut
has heeu uuide, llie generalprcsumlion
islhatlhisdeal presages uu net ive policy
oo the purl of IheO. P. li, in railway
matters uilectlng the Boundary Creek
district, as many profess lo preceive
lhe hund of lhe 0. P. it, moving in
conned ion with lliis deul. If such a
surmise is not. a correct one, Ihen another piesuuiplliin maybe entertained,
namely, thnt. lhe future may see a
unity of interests eslalilisbed hetween
Ihe V. V. & E, It, k N, (Jo., and F.
August Heinzie, which latter will certainly again he seen Hitting around Ihe
Dominion capital lllis coming winter,
seeking the charter and subsidy he
failed In secure during fhe last session
of the Dominion parliament.
 ••*#*< ■
A Boundary Banquet.
Boundary Creek mining division is
well represented at the fruit fair, and
a number of the gentlemen from that
booming sectiun decided that the
proper thing would he a banquet. Accordingly a coinniitte was formed lo
take tbe matter in hand and provide a
feast for the visitors and Iheir friends.
Tlle committee consisted of Henry
While, of While's camp, chairman; ,1.
C. Hans, the well known mining engineer, secretary ; W. T. .Sinilh, i£nlining
man of Boundary Creek ; A. ,S. lilnck,
barrister uf Green wood ; James McNicol, merchant, iMidway, and Alderman L. A, Mllllley of (Irand Kinks.
The Spokane hotel was the scene of
ihe festivities, whicli hegan al 0o'clock
und lasl ail imlil ihesmiill hours of lhe
morning. The spread wns excellent,
ibe coinpaiiy congHiilel uud everything
pass diiinsi pleasantly, The following
lonsls were ibiiiik: "The l-'ruil Pall','
proposed by Chaiinian While and l-e-
spniided lu hy James Mouaghnn :
"Mining Industry," proposed by J, c,
Hais, response by L. K. Armstrong :
"Oul'Invited Guests," prnpused hy A.
8, Black, response liy P. 0, tunes;
"Ketlle Hivcr Mining   Disll'lcl,"   pro
posed by W. T. Sinilh, response by J.
P. Graves; "The Ladies," proposed by
J. 0, Haas, response I iy II. I). .McLaren.
Besidesihecommittee, ihe following
were present; Mrs. .1. Palmer, Mrs. L.
A. Manley, Mrs. .). McNicol, Mrs. .1.
Sutherland, Mrs, M. ,1. Phelnn, Mr. und
Mrs. E. Spraggett, Mr. and Mrs. L. K.
Annul rung, Misses Belle and Elsie McLaren, Missis. D. McLaren, .Inlin Slovens, I). Mcintosh, "h nsMclliioncll,
Thiiinus Wulsb. Henry Shellenhei-ger,
.lames Wnlker, .Iny I'. Giaves, H.
Itoseohuupl, Jauies Mollllghnn, E.
Dunpliy uud P. C. [tines,—Spokesman
Review.
■ 4 . 4	
England Declines.
The St. James Gazette, of recent date
refeirlngtu lbe formal ttniiuuneemenl
of Great Britain's declination lo tuke
part iu tbe Bering sea conference, to
which Kiissla and Japan might he
part ics sayst—
"There will he a feeling nf relief thai
Great Britain in behalf of Canada, has
finally declined to walk into the Iran
which was Icing arranged ul Washing.
tun, America hus never paid lhe
indemnities fnr the alleged seizure of
Canadian sealing vessels, and has exhausted every diplomatic ui-iillce In
moid the award, finally demanding -i
fresh conference, The | Marquis of
Salisbury consented, whereupon
America proposed thai Russia and
Japan shuuld have scuts nt the conference with the obvious inleuliun of outvoting England and upsetting by aside
wind the Paris award"
ANOTHER VIEW.
The Spokane Chrnnicle commenting
upon the above subject looks at Ihe
matter in a very fair light when itsuys
that "There is no doubt lhat the refusal of Gieat Britain in enter into conference wilh Ihe United Stales, Russia
and Japan upon thu sealing question,is
due to the insistence uf Cunaila, caused
by the fear that the delegates of the
three Inst named countries would unite
againsl and net-vote Ihe llriiish representatives on all Important points.
"Such a fear is not, unreasonably
founded. Canada has every reason to
regard wilh suspicion Ihe Intentions of
the UniledStates towards her Interests,
and we huve already several instances
in which she has 'effected and threatened retaliatory measures.
"Tb.* whole policy of the pieselit
nduiinslration towards nni- nnrlhern
neighbor is so., ing llie seed, already
sprung to an early harvest, of distrust,
antipathy and strife. The Dingley
lui-ilf repels Canadians from our
commercial sphere, where they properly belong; the iniinigratinn laws
nre aimed against thein in manifest
injustice, while our naval militia is a
constant suegssi Ion to their minds of
territorial aggression, It is all a mi;
taken notion of the relations of this
country and Canada. It is foolishness,
not statesmanship."
MIDWAY
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it
Sua   THE  FUTURE
m	
RAILWAY, MINING AND
I AGRICULTURAL CENTER OF
I
m
The Kettle River Country
Lots on Easy Terms to Actual Residents. fi$N
|«S For Particulars Applv to S&rj
m  LLi— m
gS   A. K. STUART,   or t,.   r. c. ADAMS, j§|
MlUWAY, 11. C.
MoNTRlU!,, P. Q.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate   of Improvements.
iroTicit.
Path Finder Minkhal Claim.
Situate In Kettle Rlvor Mining Division of
Yale District, located in Brown's Camp.
TAKK NOTICK thai, \vc, Tlm 1'nt.lllln ilcr
Mining llciluclinn and Investment Com
puny, free miner's oorttltcato No. 80764, Intond.
sixty dnys frum tin; dnto hereof, lo tt-nply to the
Milling Ili'i-onlur fm- a Cf-rtillcnte, of lmprovo*
incuts, for tlin purpose of obtaining a Crown
Grant ol the abovo claim,
And furllier take notice that, action, under
miction 37, must lm i-iiliniii'liciid boforo llio Issll-
luitio of such Cortiflcato of Improvonionts.
Juno, 24th, 1807,
W. H. WEBB,
^phe Miners Home,
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
THIS HOTEL offers the best of accommodation
at moderate charges. Only the best brands of
liquors and cigars kept on hand. A good table
and good beds add much to the comfort of iis
patrons.
E. MORRIS, PROP.
Practical
m
LOOK AT THIS
Qff on all summer and fall clothing.
To make room for the winter
stock, we will sell clothing at
COST PRICE. Everything else
in our large stock of Dry Goods,
Groceries, Notions, Stationery,
Drugs and Hiner's Supplies at
lowest living profits.
Just Received a full line of Winter Clothing
 CONSISTING OF	
IRISH PBIEZE ULSTEBS, MARINAWS & HEAVY SERGE CLOTH.
pF" Don't forget if you need anything to call at
<| Hain & Co. [>o
POST OFFICE STORE.
MIDWAY, B. C.
Pentieton Livery, Feed ai Sale Stables
+——
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
PACK
HORSES
AND
GUIDES
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
GOURLAY AND JONES, PROPS.
ESTABLISHED  1883.
MAINLAND  NURSERY COMPANY
LADNER'S,   -   BRITISH   -   COLUMBIA
Our Specialties—Varieties Profitable in llriiish Columbia;
Trees Free from I'ests,
FRUIT   AND ORNAMENTAL TRUES,  PLANTS ANI) VINES.
Send for Free Catalorjue,   |   E, Hutch rson. Manager.
BUILDER.
Midway, B. C.
Repaix>ing;
01'' ALL KINDS
Promptly  and   Neatly
Executed.
 ► • ■*> 	
pr* CARRIAGE   PAINTING   A
SPECIALTY.
D. McDUFF
General Blacksmith,
MIDWAY, B. C.
• II Kimls nl Work Ksm-nt.-il lo tlin Hnt.lti-
notion of CustoinurR.
GRAND PRAIRIE HOTEL,
Carson, B. C.
•AN direct route to the
Boundary Creek and
Colville Reservation
Mines.
(irand Prairie Hotel.
McLAl-JEN IU^OS.
Proprietors,
MARCUSandMIDWAY
STAGE   ImXNXm
Leaves Marcus Mondays and Thursdays at i P, M
Arrives Greenwood Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 P, M
Arrives Marcus Thursday and Sunday at 9 a. M
—    —7F—
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO .MAIL, FREIGHT AND EXPRESS
B. z>. Monmsoir, i*roi*hibtok Till-: ADVANCE
Midway, B. 0., Octobeb 18,1897.
License Authorizing in Mi.
Provincial Company to carry
on Business.
nn
1 p
ffl
The trade centre of the Grand ffl
_rmw__i 4      "''*?W
s|$ Prairie,    Kettle   river    and wjf
^ Boundary creek  mining and ffl
& agricultural country. isras
P   ffl
m     =        =     ffl
ffl Situated at the junction of ffl
ffl the Boundary creek, Marcus ffl
vffl and Reservation wagon roads, ffl
HI Nearest point to the Colville ffl
reservation mines.
Sp LOTS AS GOOD   AS GOLD ffl
m     =====     m
ffl               ml
J3t«n ^'"' P'''(,,'s'""'!l" nlbcrlDjoiuintinn apply to Pflflii
ffl C. E. STUART ■ ■ ■ AGENT ffl
28$ OARSON, GRAND PRAIRIE, Ii. 0. Sk*
•SitJm *5J^y *?i^^ *?f jfv ^ ttW ^"7^'^
THE FASHION
FEED - LIVEpy - /p - Sj\LE - SABLES
GREENWOOD CITY.
Always on hand Good Single and  Double Drivers, Ladies'
and Gentlemen's Gentle Saddle Horses.   Pack
Horses for I lire.
Heavy Teaming at Reasonable Rates.
CLYW - HOUSE
OREENWOOD OAMP, BOUNDARY OREEK, 11. 0.
Good Accommodation for Travelers.   Pirst-eliiss Meals Served
Good Livory Stable    n oniicctloii.
FRED GRAF, PROP.
Cheap! Cheap! Cheap!
THE ©KM PLItPECT FENCE.
-&<-». WOVE!WIRE FENCING
Manufactored and Said by
THI ONTARIO WIRE FENCING CO., LTD.
THESE
FENCINGS
AS WELL AS
Pinion, flat-mo,
Mf Iinl leu's ('linii-i- Stct'l Wire NsltingH I'm- li-nllls, pmillry yniils, luivn
fciicin**a, i-ti-.   Ai-t* wild iniu-li lu.vi-r this yeiti- limn cvi-t- liefore.
TllKY Alli*: tiik BEST,   Ask ynur Hiuthviiiw Mi'l'i-hillll I'm-llii-in,
The Golden Gate Hotel
l-'AIIIVIEW. ti. 0.1
T. Elllo-fc    -   -   -    Proprietop.
GOOD ACI'OJIMODATION,   OOOD STABLING,
Stopping; Place for Stages to and from Penticton ancl Oro, Wash
Ppospeelops' Livery, Peed anil Sale Stables
(Irand Forks, li, ('., Itclow the BrldlfC.
Livery Teams, Saddle and Prick Horses and Life' Saddle Horses
Hay, Crni-i and Wood for Sale,
Teaming of All  Kinds  a Specialty.
FAIR1
pr-M
i
Commercial and Mining men should  put  up
at the Fairview Hotel when in camp.
GOOD ACCOMODATION.   EVEYTH1NG EXCELLENT*
Qeo. J. SKeeKan     -      -      -    proprietor
COMPANIES ACT, 1897.
Tills is TO OKItTIFY Uial "Tho Adams
[li-lii--.li Coluuiliia Company Limited" is
authorized nud liconRod lo enrry mi busluoiw
within Hit! Provlnooo( British Columbia.
Tho lioad ofllco of tlio company In Bituato ut
No tJSGrueeoliurch Street, London, ICnglund,
Tin1 amount of ilu; capital of the oompany
In 8100,000 divided lulu 100,000nlmroBof £1 oach.
Tho howl ofllco of Ilm company In Ihln Pro-
vlneoUHltuatodon PifUiHtrwl In lho Town of
Midway, and Hubert Chamhlett Adam*- whoso
nilili'DMH |h Midway, in the Attorney fur tho
company.
Tho objects for wlileh tlio company bus boon
CHlnhlhltod ami so licenced nroi
iul Toontor Into and enrry Into cflool, with
.-.ucli inoiiiiimiiiiiix* (If any) iu tniiy ho agreed
upon, tlio agroomont with Mr, WUberforco
Hryiint uml Mr. Wallnco Clwrlw HmiKtoun
menliotiod in oluunoUof the company n Articles
nf Asitotfiiltoiii
di) To carry un all kind*, of exploration bual*
no-sand in iniiiiciiliu-in st'jiicli fur, propped,
peg uul, local*", examine and explore mines
and grounds supposed tn contain minernls ur
precious stones uml io soareh fur uml obtain
luforniatioil in regard tu miiien, mining cluluiR,
mining districts and locnlltlefl,
(c) To carry on ull kinds of min lug'business.
(ill To purchase, take on lease, or otherwise
acquire, und to soil, dispose uf and (luui with
minus und mining rights and proporty supposed
to contain minerals nr precious stones of all
kinds, uud undertakings connected therewith,
nnd tu explore, wurk, exercise, develop nml
turn to account mines ami mining rights, and
uny iinlerlnkiir'K connected therewith, uml lo
buy, sell ami ileal in minerals of uli kinds.
le) To crush, win, get, quarry, smell, calcine,
refine, dross, amalgamate, manipulate and pro-
pare for murkot ure, metal and mineral sub-
stances of all kinds, and to carry on any other
metallurgioa operations which may-seem coii*
duel to to any of the com pany's objects,
If) To curry on tlie business of su\v**iiill proprietors, timber merchants, and limber growers
and to buy. sell, grow, proparo for market, manipulate and deal in, timber uud wood of all
kinds.
Ig) To carry on the liusiness of smelters.
lb|'lo carry on the businesses of merchants,
builders, and contractors, decorators, tngine-
ors, metallurgists, farmers, graziers, sinters,
factors, planters, bookmakers, contractors for
construction of works, bolh public and private
importers und exporters, bunkers, ship-owners,
brokers, hotel-keepers, store-keepers, ware*
hnuse men. and other businoss, manufacturing
or otherwise, which may seem lo the' company
capable of bolng oonvoniontly curried on in
connection with uuy of tho above businesses
or objects or calculated directly or indirectly to
enhance tho valuo of or render profitable any of
Ihocompnny's proporty or rights for the time
being, nud to buy and sell um! deal in ovory
commodity, substanco nnd product obtained
from or iiccownry for or capable of being iwed
in connection with tho business or uny of the
businesses of thocompnny As aforesaid.
d) To allow or causo the lcgnl estate and,
inleresi in any mines, lauds, or properly ac*
quired by tho company to remain or bo vested
or registered in any colonial or other corporation or in uny individuals und either upon
trust for or ns agents or nominees of ihis company or upon any othor terms or conditions
which tho Board of Uirnctors muy cousidot for
Ihc benefit ot this company, and lo manage the
almlrs ur lake over or curry on llie business of
any colonial orothor corporation in which uny
property of this company muy be vested eilher
by acquiring lbe whole or purl of lhe shares ur
sioek or debentures or other securities '.hereof
or otherwise, howsoever, nnd 10 exercise all or
any of tho powers, of any suoh corporation, or
of holders of shares or stock or debentures or
securities thereof, and to receive und 'distribute as profllst tho dlvldondsand inleresi on
such shui'es, stock debentures or securities,
(jt Tu purchase or ol liorwise aqulro any inor*
esisinuny patents, licenses, concessions and
llie like, conferring an exclusive or non-e.velii-
sive or limited right to use, or any secret or
othor information ns io uny invention which
mny seem to lhe company capable of being
profitably dealt with und to use, oxerclso, develop grant Hconsos in respect of or othorwiso
turn (o nccounl uny sueh patents, licenses concessions nnd lbe like and information uforauid.
(l;l To construct, maintain, lmprovo, or aid in
or snbscribo towards construction maintenance
nnd Improvement of roads, Iramways, mil-
ways, railway ducks, piers, quays, wlmrvos,
viaducts, aqueducts, waterworks, canals,
(Initios, ditches, omshlng and other mills buildings and works wliieli muy bu necessary or
convoiilonl for ilm purposes of tho company,
111 To purchnso, lake ou louse or exchange,
hire or otherwise acquire any real or porsonal
proporty,rights or privileges whieh Mm com*
puny mny think sultiihlcor convenient fur any
purposes of ils business, uud lo creel, construct
nud furnish buildings and workB of nil kinds,
uml lo advance money fm* ibe purposo of erecting, sniiHlriieliiiK nml furnishing any sueh
buildings or works, or aid lu nml subscribe
towards such fund- lo coloniseand nsslsl iu ilm
colonisation, soltloinenl uud Immigration of
miners, farmers nnil othorsto any such property of the company nnd to advance pay foror
ciJlilrihill lo lhe OXp lllROS nf or olhdl'WlBO assist
any persons orcompnnlos prospecting acquiring
not I ling ur otherwise developing nny such
properly if lho company IsdoslroiiBof no doing,
un) To acquiro uml carry on ull oruny pari nf
(be business or property uud lo undertake
nny liabilities of any person, firm, uksocI*
allon or company possessed uf proporty suitable fnr uny of lho purposes nf this company or
lurrying on any business which ibis company
s iiulbnrixud lo enrry on, or whieh can be
onvciiienlly carried on in conneelion with tbe
suine or muy seem lo the company calculated
llreotlyor indirectly to benefit this company
uul iw the consideration fur lhe same lo pay
cash or lo Issue uny shares, stocks or nbllgu*
lions of Ibis company.
(n) To furnish and provide deposils and guar
an tea funds required in relation lo any lender
or application tor nny contract, concoRsion
decree, eimclnicnl property or privilege or in
relation to tho currying uut nf uny contract
(•nncession decree or enactment.
In) To purchase subscribe Tor or othorwiso
acquire audio hold sell dispose of and deal in
iho'-hnrop stocks, or obligations of any company, anil npui n distribution of assets or
division of proms lo distribute unysueh sh res
locks or obligations amongst ibe members of
uy in spei ie.
(pi I'o borrow or raise or Bccurolbo payment
of money and for those purposes tomortgagoor
chargo tho undertaking and all or any part of
[be proporty und rights of ihe company presenl
or after acqulrod Including uncalled capital aud
to create issue make draw accept, and negotiate perpetual ur redeemable debentures or
debenture stooks bonds nr other obligations,
bills of exchange, prommiasory notes, or other
negotiable instruments.
Iq) To sell, lot, dovolop, dispose ot nr otherwise deul with lho undertaking nr ull ur any
part nf ihe proporty ot tbo oompany upon any
terms wilh power to OCCOpI us Ibe consider-
ullnn any shares, stucks nr obligations of any
othor company.
irl Tu promote any company or companion for
tho purpose of acquiring all or uny of ibe property and liabilities of ibis cuuipany or fur unv
other purpose which may seem directly or indirectly calculated lobeiiclll Ihis company.
is) Tu curry on ami undertake uny business
-transaction or operation commonly carried on
or undertaken by promoters of companies,
11 minders., nnd.concessionaires,
• HI To-pay out of lbe funds uf the company all
expenses of ur Incident tu tbe formation, registration nnd advertising of or raising money for
lhe company und the issue ut (be capital of liiis
or uny oilier company, Including brokerage und
commissions for obtaining applications for ur
placing shares and lo apply at the cost of the
company in Parliament fur un oxtentlou of the
company s puwers, or for all'octlng nny modification nf ibe companys constitution, or fur
uny olher purpose which muy seem expedient.
(u) To Invest money at interest un ibe security' of land of uny tenure buildings storks,
shares securities, merchandise, minerals and
any oilier property real or personal iu the Province of Brilish Columbia and generally to
lend nud advanoo money to nny persons or companies with or without security aud subject to
sueh conditions and terms us may «oem expedient.
(v) To make donations to such persons nnd in
casesoitbor of cash, land or other property as
the Hoard of Directors may think conductive
to any of tho other objools of tho company and
Ip establish and support ur aid in cstablshing
und supporting associations, funds and conveniences for 'the benellL of tbe Company's
employes ami In granl any such persons, dependents or connections pensions uud allowances und to iiinke payments towards insurance
(hereof respectively and generally to subscribe
or guarantee money for charitable or bonovol*
enl objects oi to or for nny exhibition or any
public generul or useful objects.
(w| To procure the Company to be registered
or recognized in the Province of llriiish Columbia.
ty} To do all sueh other things us ure inci'
dental or conductive to tho attainmoutof ibe
abovo objects.
(x) To carry out all or any of (be foregoing
objects ea pritjpiplofi or a gents or iu partnership or conjunction wilh uny olher person,
llrm. association or conipiiny.
tiivcn under in;-, hand and seal of olHeo at
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this
26th day of August, one thousand eight hundred and ninety seven.
HENRY S.MASON,
Acting Registrar of Jolpl stock Cdmpnnlos.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate   of  Improvements.
m-otice.
Sailoh Minkkai, Cuim,
Situate In Cninp McKinney, In the Osoyoos
Mining Division of Yale District.
TAKK NOTIOE Uinl I, Ohaa.no Biota Green,
m-liiiK ns iiL'L-nl. foi* ('. lli'ilz, (reu
minor's corllllcato Nn. tis'ici. intonil, sixty iiaya
fnnn tlm ilmi. liiTiiif. Iii apply In thi. Mining
tuooi-tlor for n Cortillcato ol Iroprovonionta, for
Hie purposo nf obtaining u Croivn n rim I nf tl.o
abovo i-lniin.
Anil fitrtlior tnku nolloo Hint notion, undor
.'■'liini 87. must Iii. commenced before tlio
ii.sm.mT nf muni Certifloato of Improvements,
I Inl iil I his nt I. ilay nf ncl. IBM.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICn.
Om.voos MlXKll-.l, CUIM.
Situate In lhe Osoyoos Mining Division orYale
District, located at Kruger Mountain,
TAKK NOTICE thnt I, Chita l'oHlota,Groon
ngonl lm-Stephen Uangoit, froo mlnor'n
ccl-llllciilc No, T.'iSTII.iiilciul sixlv ilnys Inilu ilnle
h.*,.*iif. lu apply m llic Mining Itccimlci- lnr n
Ui-titlciito ol Improvomonts, tin- the purpose of
obuuningn Crown Grant n( I ho above claim.
And furthor Me notloo Ihal nellon. undor
sectiun IIT, musl he eniimicnecit boforo Ilm
issiinnce, nf such Cortiflcato nt improvomonts
llnleil lhls30lhilayofSJe.pt., 1897.,
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
ABISfBOl HOTEL.
'•-  H,  KEYES, Prop.
Guud Aceoiimii)(intioii,
Best Lii|i ins nml Cigill*s,
Fii-st-C'liiss Stabling,
ARMSTRONG   B. C.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate   of  Improvements*
N'O'JL*I03£B.
TamahA'OK Minkiial Claim.
Situate In the Kettle River Mining Division of
Yale Distriet, located in Greenwood Camp.
TAliENOTIOK that! \V. II. Voung, free
minor's cortlflcnto No, 8761M, intend, sixty
days from the date horoof, lo apiily to tlie
Mining Reeordor for a Cortiflcato or Improve*
ments, for tlie purpose of obtaining iv Crown
Grant of tho ahove claim.
Anil furllier take notice thut notion, under
section 87, nnisi  he  coniuieneeil before the
Issuanoe of uueh Cortiflcato of IinprovomonU.
Juno2-ith, 1807
Certilicate  of   Improvements.
Capital Pbize Minkhal Claim.
Sltunte In tho Kettle River Mining Division
ofOsoyoos District.  Where located: In
SkylarkCamp adjoining the Helen Mineral claim.
TAKK NOTIOB that I, Sydnoy M. Johnson,
noting as] agonl for Juhn W, Und, freo
miner's cerl illcalciN'i). mM, Tlios. Hnrdv. free
miner's eerlilleaie N'o. (K360, Tlios. Ihniiiilirey,
free miner's certificate No. W.K11, Kwlng Kelgli-
Icv, free mliior'a cortifioato No, W73P ami Juhn
Weir free miner's certificate No. 80879, Intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to
iiiiply to Hie Mining Keeorder for a Certificate
of Improvement*!, for llie purpose of obtaining
a Crown Grant of (he above cluim.
And further take nolieo that notion, under
section S7. inunt be Commenced before tho
issuance of such Certificate of Iinproveincntn.
Dated this 30th duy of September, 1897.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate  of  I mproyements.
TWO     XCS2.
I'V.NNIK MOH1H8 MlNi:»AL CLAIM.
Situate iii the Osoyoos Mining Division ofYnlo
District, iceatodat Fairview.
-TAKK NOTICJUIml  I, W.  H. N. Wills.iw
I ngenl for Tlio Kjtfrviow Omiiidlirtn-tcd Gulil
Mints Conipaiiy, free miiicrs certillcnln No,
BiQsS, Inlend, Hlxh days from date bcrcf, lo
apply to Iho Mining Recorder for a Certlflealo
i.t liiiprovoiuontfl for ilie purpura ofubtaliiiug u
CruHii Cram of tin1 above eluiin.
And furiher tr.ke notice Ihnt iiotimi, under
section I7. must  be commenced lufuie the
Issunnco of such Cerlillcate i.f Improvements,
Junei'Isl. I8fl7,
MINERAL ACT, 1890.
Certificate   of  Improvements.
iffOTicia,
Califounia Minkhal Claim.
Situate In the Osoyoos MiningDIvlsionofYale
District, located at Fairview.
TAKK NOTICK lhat I, W, 8. N, Wills, an
ngont for The Kiiirview Consolidated Uold
Mines Company. Ltd-freeniiner'seerliflcalc No.
93022, intend, sixty days from lhe ditto hereof,
In applv lo the Mining Ueeordcr fora Ccrtitl-
cuteof Improvements for (lie purposo ot obtaining u (irown Grant of the above claim.
And further lake notice that action, under
section  Ti, must be eonimenecd  liefore tlio
issuance uf such Cerlillcate of Improvements,
Juno 21st, 1897,
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate  of Improvements.
MOTICE.
HOMKSTAKH MINKHAL CLAIM.
Situate In the Osoyoos Mining Division of
Yalo District. Whero located: Camp Fair-
view.
TAKK NOTICK thai I, Charles DcHIoIh
Croon, tigeul for Munson McMlllen. free
miner's corllllcato No, TA8A0. intend, sixty days
from dale hoi oof, lo apply io the Minion tie-
cordcr for u eerlilleaie of Improvements, for
lbe purpose of Obtaining n Crown granl of the
above elulm.
Anil furthor tuke notion ihul actio ntlor
SOCllon -'l",   musl   be   co'iiliieuecil   before the
issuance of Mich Ctrl lllcute of iinpnivcmciils.
Dulcil lliis 2,lrililuyofSepl. IHI".
S. A. MUIR k CO.
(Successors to 11. N. Tuyiorl
Chemists and Druggists
Vernon, B. C.
ROOP ll KIl'Ht-t'lllss Btook III
Drugs, Chemicals,
Patent Medicines
and Toilet Articles
Prompt and Careful Attention
 OIVI5N TO	
MAIL ORDERS.
rosTomOE nox IU.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of  Improvements.
BTOTIOB.
Ql-AllTZ Qt'KliN MlNKK.M, CUIM,
Situate In the Osoyoos Mining Division of Yale
District, located ot Fairview.
TAKK NOTIOU Ilinl I, \V, S. N, VVIIk a«
nyt-iit. fur Tho PalrvlowCoimollilaiod (Inld
Mlm-si'niiiiiiiiiv.l.til. rrocmtnoi-'scortflloaloNo,
Wil, lnloiiu. slxis- iloj-» from lho dato hereof,
li.apply tn tlie Mltittig Ilocortlor fnr I. Ccr
lllli'iili- iif Imprnvi'iiii-iilH, fnr tlio iiurpiiKii .if
.ii.iiiiiiiui: a i rn.vn tiruni iifihi- abovo olalm.
Anil fni-llicr i.il..  nolloo Hint notion, under
Roolton 11". must lm rntniin-iH-i'il boforo the
i.-wuiinci. nf siu-li tliirllltci.lu uf liiipruveineiltH.
Juno Ulat, 1807,
H. WRIGHT
Boot and Shoe Makor
Anaconda,  B. C.
Orders liy staireslrirtly attended to. Address
Anucoiidii Mercantile Cos Store,
IhopongliW*—
Minorca and Leghorn
Holt SALE,    PltlCK $3.00,
k.. K, riTTKNllllllill. Rook (.'kubk. Midway, B. 0„ October 18,1897.
THE ADVANCE
LOCAL AXD DISTRICT.
Mr. J. L. McGregor P. L. S. ol Rossland is spending a few days ill the district.
Mr. Duncan Koss, of the Boundary
Creek Times passed through to Greenwood on his way back from the coast,
on Saturday.
Mr. 0. B. Nelson,of Nelson Wash.,
passed through town on Saltiidav, on
his way home, after having taken a
trip to sum ■ ot the towns to the west
uud norlh.
Mr, AngusCaineron, of Cascade Cilv,
has lieen appointed piistuiaslui, Iherefore llie near future will see an
otllcu established there, The people of lhe districl triliiiliiry to Ciisi-ade
City will lie greally pleased at. Ihis.
Loads of hrick are lieing laken from
here lo Camp McKinney just now.
These will he used liy the (Jarilion conipiiny Ui hrick in the new boilers which
are being installed In contiecliou uiih
the air compressor and hoisting plants.
The Lieuleiuit Governor has been
pleased to appoint Henry Nicholson,
Esq., of Camp McKinney a Justice uf
the Peace for the Yale districl. Notice
of Mr. Nicholson's appointment up-
Pears in the last issue of the B. C.
Gazette,
Although the appointment has not
heen as yet gazetted, it is understood
J. P. should now be affixed to the
name of G. ti. Rose, Esquire uf Cascade
City, who it is said is also likely to receive a customs appointment at the
same place.
Dr. J, W. Powell ofVictoria who is a
representative of a strong English Mining syndicate passed through Midway
on Tuesday last, hound for the Kootenay country, there to look after some
mining interests. Mr. Cuppnge, Road
Superintendent for this district accompanied Dr. Powell as far us Anaconda.
Mr. J. Anderson one of the officials of the Bank of British Norlh America at Rossland, paid a visit lo Midway
the past week, and after looking over
the place proceeded to Camp McKinney
and Fuirview. Mr. Anderson is spying out the laud, and tlle resull maybe
a brunch of ilie bunk established in
some one of ihe mining towns of this
district in the near I'm nre.
A line annual belonging to Mr. C. L.
Thomet, stlcciiiulied to the epidemic
which is playing sad havoc anting
horses, on one day of lh* pist week.
All hough ii is suid ihe epidemic Is not
glanders, yi-t il would seem lo be just
about, us bad, as lllc .strongest of slock
witlistiiiiii ils ravages for only about u
week. The Iirsl symptoms of lhe disease are those of a bad cold, but giaul-
ii illy the kidneys become affected, and
Ihen it soon becomes fatal. Tlle matter should be strictly looked into.
During the past week lhe town was
honored by a, visit from Mr. Waller
Adams, who holds Ihe responsible
position of mining expertto Ihe Adams
Brilish Columbia conipiiny, a strong
syndicate formed in England for the
purpose of exploiting Kootenay and
Yale properties, which formerly wei e
owned by his father Captain Adams,
Not to view the scenery of Midway
however was Mr. Adrins' visit to the
district made, but lo make a thorough
examination of the Sunset claim In
Deadwood camp, for eastern parties,
who are interested in the properily.
This he did before leaving,
Wednesday's stage brought to the
district Mr. A. S. Cravi II, of Vernon,
a mining man and expert' of vast ex-
peiience, and who represents one of
the strongest of English milling syndicates. The object of Mr. Craven's
visit was lo take a look at the Mother
Lode claim in Deadwood i-ninp, which
is now owned and is being rapidly developed by Ihe Boundary Mines company. Mr. Craven's iippearance in Ihe
dlsli-icl no doubt presages Ihe consuui-
iiiiilion of a big mining deal, and il is
safe to predict that it islll." oiilioine of
a i-'ia-nl visit lo London of Mr. John
Weir, ngi-nil.-iiiiiii Intimately con noted
wiih ihe above named coinpaiiy,
 4-.-4	
lAIKVIUW   NOTES.
(From nil - n.. ,i I -n,-re-|inil(luiil.)
Dr, Powell has a crew at work on ihe
Occidental group,
P. J. Mead, ofTaconin, bus returned
uud will inline.liuii'ly si-iit -i gang to
...   , ini b's in' a-- a. I'e.ielll.uuceel..
' --.,'. ',-■ io ■ n.i ltuve s.uii-'d ci
office "o-- civil e"":iiee, 'ng also nol iry
li nl''r wot;. We ili'nk Ibev have
opened a good line ..sour present, mein
lier of the hi Ier office is not always In
good health.
The building boom is going on renin kablv. Tilliiiiin's sawmill is running a night and day shift, Among
the new houses going up are one each
for Messrs Dairyniple, Crinkshank,
Furniss, Shiirson, Arnntt, Bartlelt and
Soinerville.
The Tin Horn mill is almost completed and will be running in a few
dasy. We exp.-cl greal. things from
this mill as we have heard such remarkable stories about the mine lhat
we are anxiously a waiting development
of a large bullion product,
* The whole face of the luiinel of llle
Smuggler is now literally covered with
gold. This strike wns iniiile Tuesday
night und the ure body is larger. This
increases I lle value of t lie mine wonderfully as there was always doubt iu the
lllillds of a guild many iif our friends
lhat this mine would go down.
 4.4	
Dismissed.
The charge of murder prefeired
against Mrs. Rabbit of Granite Creek,
who recently killeila man by lhe name
of Hamilton who commuted an asasull
upon her, was not sustained upon her
trial at the Vernon Assizes, which
opened on (he 14 insl., the jury afler a
few minutes consultation bringing inn
a verdict of not guilty. Ml'f, llnbbil
was Iherefore discharged.   The verdict
seems lo meet with public approval.
 .,.	
A Soootlng Affray.
Eiirekacamp, Wash., was the scene
of a shooting affray a few dnys ago. It
would seem that a man by Ihe name
of J. Heuuesy had some words wilh a
man by the name of J, Marlin, and
thereupon the former left the house
and went and procured a rifle, and
returning to tiie building shot, through
the window, the bull striking the latter in lhe front of the leg and ranging
up through the hip. Upon the wounded
man being taken to Grand Forks it wns
found that the hip bone was badly
shattered and the patient is aot expected to live.
 ► .-<	
Deal in Camp HcKInney.
It. is reported that the Carihoo Mining and Smelting company have purchased a two thirds interest in the
Okanagan claim, in Camp McKinney
from Messrs S. Mangott and 1). Mc-
Echeran of Fairview. It is said lhe
price paid was $10,000. The Okanagan
lies to the easl of (he famous Cariboo
claim, the Amelia and a small portion
of a fractional claim culled the Saw
Tooth lying between thein. but which
properties are also owned by Ihe company. The other one third interest in
the Okanagan is owned by the well
known old tinier in Camp McKinney
Mr. J. Muran who was (he original
locator of the property.
 4,4 .
MIXING   NOTES.
Mr. James Atwood with a force of
iii.-ii is engaged in development work
on the Wake claim In Summit camp.
The Wake is an extension of or lies
near the Cordick, and latest advices
are to theeffect I hat a good body of ore
is being uncovered.
It is slated that the Jubilee claim on
Ingram Mountain has changed hands.
Mr. J. McNicol and partners having
disposed uf it to Mr. S. M. Johnson of
Anaconda. The Jubilee is a recent
location, thut lies to the south of the
Bruce and between that claim and the
Magnetite nnd from Its position and
surface showings should be a desirable
property.
The Robin Hood and the Assayer,
two claims on the west fork of Keltle
river, have changed liuiids, the owner
Mr. W. E. Gullredge, having disposed
of them lo a Mr, B. Leather who Is a
representative of uu English coinpaiiy,
It is asserted that the company acquiring the properly will soon put men to
work aud will continue development
during tlle course of lhe winier and in
fact iudellualely.
Tiie Bruce claim ou Ingram mountain is atlrucling a good deal of iitteu-
tiou at. lhe present time, quite u number of mining experts hnving lecenlly
examined the properly, It is suid
arrangements are being entered inlo
by the owner Mr. ,1, 0, Haas with a
syndicate who will develop the Bruce
under a working bond for un inleiesl
In the claim, Il is quite likely therefore, the near fiUni.' will see men lo
work ou this mountain,
Mr. II, Strauss relumed from lhe
region of lhe west, Kellle liver a few
days ago itnd brought dnwn .villi him
some nice looking samples or ore taken
from cliiiins recently located bv him,
wbich arc four iu number, viz, the
I anion ,* lhe Kingston ; the Belle, and
the Greenwood. Tbe ore is principally
quarlz, currying arsenical iron and a
Utile copper pyriles, its principal value
lieing however In gold, wbich has
g'ven values by Hjsay fium i*p5 to %'2H
in the ton, As with similar ore
found iu lhe same region this arsenical
iron ore seems lo carry a much higher
percentage of gold ibnndo similar ores
found in other sections of Ibis districl,
and therefore developinenl may disclose some valuable properties, The
ledges In I he cliiiins located by prospector Slruss run from 5 to 20 feet in
widlh, undare found in a dirite and
quarl-'.ite formation, in close proximity
lo granite. '
,J. A. Unswortli,
DRUGGIST,
Miiiway, B.O.
DRUGS AND
PATENT   MEDICINES
NOVELS,
MAGAZINES,
STATIONERY
Coryell's Map for Sale
PRICE  ....   Il.lj.
The Mighty Dollar
How to make it go the
furthest is the
Burning Question
LISTEN TO THF ECHO
The White Front Store
-FOR-
Quality, prices and
impartiality
DROP IN AND SEE US
Olson & Phelan.
GREENWOOD, B. C.
ATTENTION.
The Providence Fur Company, Providence, B. I., wants all kinds of raw
furs, skins, ginseng, senica, etc. Prices
quoted for the next 00 days are as
follows:—
Silver Fox $15 00 to $150 00
Bear  6 00 to    25 00
Otter   400to     « 00
Martin   2 00 to    9 00
Beaver per Ib.  3 00 to    3 50
Wolf   1 onto     2iKi
Red Pox    100 to    2 00
Mink       75 to    100
Skunk       25 to     1 IKI
Gray Fox      611 to       75
Rat      20to      26
Price-list of all other furs and
skins furnished upon application. Full
prices guaranteed, careful selection,
curteous treatment, and immediate
remittance on all consignments,
McCuddy's Hotel
Is situated between Camp
McKinney and Fairview, on the
trunk road leading from Penticton to Boundary Creek.
Tbe best accommodation afforded
GOOD STABLE IN CONNECTION
J. P. McCUDIiY Propuietou
,1.   K'KKl),
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C.
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
All Wnrl, Warranted,     ntt-'Jin
FOR SALE.
HALF INTKISKSTInn hotel biwlne-w In
■ Qrooonwood, Apply lo
ANDREW LhUMYJlnrrlsUir,
CJoppor Stroot,
Qrofln .vooil. B,0.
WANTED.
A MAV I'iipniil'' of -iin,,ini* -thafi, driving Inn-
uol, mopriiiK oro, umlijoncriilly m iiu-inn
amino. Apply.
MUHNINd GLORY MINING CO.
Vornon, 11. ('.
Commercial Job Printing,
AT "THE ADVANCE.'
RISSEL FENCE WIRE.
»*H€€*«
PRICES C
 Most Complete Line of.	
SHELF ID BUILDERS' HARDWARE
Stoves and House Furnishings
 In the District	
And Our Prices
Will Suit You.
TALK CASH
I. J. ARMSTRONG i CO., ANACONDA.
GREENWOOD CITY MERCANTILE CO.
GREEN WOOD CITY, B. 0,
GENERAL....
MERCHANTS
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I                         —AND—
j
Wlolesale ■ ■
Liquor Dealers
Special Reductions to
Out of Town Trade.
Ms Delivered Free,
■■■■MM Illl
O.K. Flour.
Oixx* Hour has the name of being the Best
all-round Hour on the market, try it and you will not use other
brands. Or shareholders grow the wheat and we grind the
(lour with the latest inproved milling machinery.
OUR brands are, HUNGARIAN, XXXX, STRONG
BAKERS, ECONOMY. SUPERFINE, all bags marked
"O. K.," and to be had at all the leading dealers from Penticton
to Greenwood City.
Okanagan Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
Armstrong, B C.
Rossland.
Greenwood.
THE BEALEY INVESTMENT AND TRUST GO.
LIMITED LIABILITY,
Real Estate and Mining Brokers.
.,. FINANCIAL AND INSURANCE AGENIS....
Fire Insurance a Specialty.   OB%*;nN*tSSNcuy,TcAOaR
THE.
PIONEER-HOTEL
Greenwood City, Boundary Creek, B, C,
Wi* have jiihI opened ilu* above hotel at'OreenwoodlClty, and aro prepared
to welcome guest* and provldo k1""' Accommodation,  Good Catering,  First
cIiiub Livery rjtiilili*.
NELSON & TYNAN
PROPRIETORS. TIIE ADVANCE,
Minw'AY, 11. <;, OimniKii 18, 1807.
BOUNDARY CREEK MINING AND MIL
PANY, LTD. LY.
Incorporated October 21st, 1896.
HEAD   OFFICE ,   GrttttttNXiVOOtt CITY, B.C.
Capitalization $1,500,000, in $1 toes, Treasury Stock 700,000 fas,
COMPANY'S PROPERTIES.
The Company's mining properties nowconsist of fourteenclaims, viz., the D. A., G. A. R.,   Big
Lgede, O. B, S. H. B, Fred D., S. F, j. A. C, P. H, C. S. & H, E C. B,
Prospective,   Spokane  and  Granite   Falls,
SIX OF THESE HAVING BEEN ACQUIRED SINCE INCORPORATION.    '
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OFFICERS OF COMPANY
G. ARTIIUK RENDELL President
I). A. HOLBUOOK   - -   Manager
E. JACOBS - - -  -   Secretary-Treasurer
DESCHIPTI ON.
HAN KICKS:
BANK OF MONTREAL   -   -   VERNON, Ii, 0.
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On llic "D, A." is 11 vein nlioiit 20
iiH-lii-s wide, with n pay-streak of -I to
12 inches; I'l-otn lliis 3,(!*i!3 His. of ore
wns shipped to (lie smelter, giving
$103,15 gold per Ion, silver 74 7-10 ozs.,
.-uul 2 percent, land. A tunnel is being
driven on this vein from which ore is
lieing taken, On the same property is-
a larger vein (quartz) carrying galena
.-uul pyrites,
Tin- "(i. A. 11." has ,-i BO-fool shaft
sunk on ,-i2-foo( vein, heavily mineralized with nn Intimate mixture of Iron
unil copper pyriles, galena, blende and
silvet-glance. Theflneslpiecesofwiresil-
verfiiund tinBoundnryOreekweretitken
from lliis shaft, Aveuige assays from
different places across tin- vain gave
JjIS.OO gold, 50 i.-.','. silver; also $S.(X)
gold anil 1">() nzs. silver iiiiii una. the
lalesl relnrii—$16,05 gold and Ulil 1-5
ozs. silver par ton.
On  11 Dig Ledge"  is a   10 fool
quartz vein, mineralized with inni
pyrites. This vein lias been opened
up by cross-cuts on lhe surface fm- 500
feet. A narrower vein has been
opened up, being one fool wide, carry-
iii'i considerable copper pyrites, ami
runs into llu* main ledge as a spur, on
which a tunnel of 40 feel baa been
driven, Average assays gave $113 gold
anil 1 1-1(1 ozs. silver, and $40.35 guld,
174 ozs. silver, 2 per cent, copper.
The "S.F," lies lot weed Ilia (I.A. II.
and D. A„ln Ihe direction of the strike
on llu- (1. A, It. vein. This locution bus
been made on a vein of pyrrhotite,
Tbc"0. B." has
one 2.*i feet wide w
and general charat
be llu- same vein
Ledge, although
been done to  ma
The "second '.vein*
widl b of nearly
have shown values
to;$170.58, while.a;
ing by  Jlr. S, S.
$20.11(1 in gold.
two distinct veins •
bicb, from ils sli-ike
Ier. would seem lo
iisjlhat on the Big
sufficient bus nut
ke this conclusive.
.. has'i'iii;; present a
three feel. Assays
in gold from $1.1X1
'conservative sampl-
Fowler, Jl, E, giiye
Ou lhe".S. II. B,"Jai'e two converging';" -rins of copper and {Iron pyrites,
on whieh work is now hulngSdnne, An
average assay gave, gold $1,60, silver
1(1} nzs., copper 11,00 per cent,, or
$40,44 for all values.
The '■ Fred Da'was] located] 111 De
ceinber, lS!]"*,"nini'c as ground for a
basis for mining operations for ihe
other clniins than I'm- its present value,
although there is lillle doiibl Hint the
large vein ou the 0. II. runs] lluanigh
il. There is a small vein of galena uu
litis claim.
The ".I. A. V." has a large Irnn-
cnpptng running through It from the
Anaeonda, at a depth of a few feel.
The ore carries ii considerable percent
age uf of copper and $10 ill gold.
The remaining six claims are all good
prospeels, but as yet* very Utile developinenl work has been done on
them,
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This company is registered under the
Companies Act, 1890, ancl 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 is now
offered at 10 cents a share on application to the company.
^ESTSS-ESSr
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4.
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NOW IS THE TIME
To get in on the ground floor. The company having recently purchased the McDonnell
ranch of about 560 acres, adjoining its mineral claims, now possesses unusual facilities for carrying
on mining operations on a large scale. This purchase has secured to the Company excellent
mill and smelter sites; abundant water power for mining, electric light, domestic and other
purposes, and other desirable advantages.
Forty acres of this land, very conveniently and centrally situated at the junction of Eholt
Creek and Boundary Creek, have been surveyed into town lots, and the new townsite has
been named.
CREEK CITY.
ITS situation is a most favorable one. being at
the meeting place of two much used routes o
travel—to Long Lake, Pass Creek and Summit
camps, and to Kimberly camp, and llu- main Kettle
River respectively. It is also the only known
practicable railway pass from the east,  su  will  be
nigh   on tht:  line of ihc  new  railway from the
Columbia River to Penticton,
Huilding has already commenced on the new
townsite, which offers particular inducement for
both business and residence purposes. There are
now good openings for several kinds of businesses
and the company will give exery encouragement
to business men establishing themselves at this
point. Prices of lots are within the reach of all,
and buyers building on them will be liberally dealt
with. Full particulars of both mineral claims and
town lots will be given upon application to the
BOUNDARY CREEK MINING AND MILLING CONPANY, LTD
GREENWOOD   CITY B, C.

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